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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 25, 1931
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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VOLUME"0: ,"- NUMBER '1- CLEWISTOX. FLORIDA FRIDAY, DECEMBER! 25. 1931" SINGLE COPY FIVE CENTS



I GrfAIIAM RESIGNS POST

WRINKLED PAPER ON STATE ROAD BOARD I II QUARTER-FINALS

I
Gov. Doyle E. Carlton yesterday
PROVES MEANS OF accepted the resignation; of Ernest I REACHED IN GOLFTOURNAMENTHERE

R. Graham of Pensuco as a mem- -

ber of the state highway depart- I '
AUTO RECOVERY ment, an Associated Press dispatch I 3VIayYour Christmas Season i iI

from Tallahassee reported I
Mr. Graham, who is manager of '
I Filled With FINALS WILL BE PLAYED OFF
FOUND ABANDONED IN ORANGEGROVE :the Pensuco farms west of Hialeah. Be Joy

NEAR HAINES CITY said that he resigned because his I EARLY IN NEW YEAR

BY POLICE CHIEF "own business affairs demandedmore 'CONSOLATIONSLOV

----.- of his time. I oAnd The New Year Bring

A small, wrinkled slip of paper, He said that he had resigned as With two players. W. COwen

a postage receipt from the Clewis- a colonel on the governor's staff and Tom Shelley, elready advancedto

ton post office, found in an auto- more than a year ago. Your Wish the quarter finals and four oth-
mobile abandoned near Haines City Every ers to play today to decide which

last week identified the car as the I pair will ,complete the quarter final

one stolen from here two weeks BELLE GLADE FAIR flight, the American Legion an-

ago. The discovery was made by nal golf tournament is attracting

Chief of Pqlice GD.. Murrill of unusual interest.
The Clewiston News
TO CLOSE SUNDAYRESIDENTS
Haines City who promptly informedthe I II The winner of the Jack Barrett-

owner of the recovery. II I I Marshal Yenawine match today will

The car had been driven from play WC.. Owen next week for

here and after having all tires one wheel the and all accessories INTEREST IN EVERGLADES
battery the Herbert Blate-Charles Lovvorn
removed was left in an orange.1 WINTER CARNIVALBelle match will meet Tom Shelley. The

grove. Glade's mid-winter fair and winner of these matches will com-

First trace, of the route of the I Christmas Festival closes Sunday -- pete on January third for the tourn-

car was had when Sheriff H. L. De-''. December 27 after a week of gay CHRISTMAS ISSUE BEING ament award, a trophy given by the

, Laney located one of the sets of 1 activities in that town. HARLEM FIGHTING I PUBLISHED DAY EARLY legion post.

f golf clubs that had been in the carat I :The fair, is conducted under Owen has made his way to the

I ., the time of tie theft. The thief I the auspices of the American Legion I Although dated Christmas quarter finals after having been

I r'' had given out of gasoline at La-I.'post Belle Glade and is declared to BRINGS 5 NEGROES day December 25, this week's sucessful over G. H. Small. Mrs. F.

i Belle and had pawned the clubs as Ibe I'I. a huge success by all those who issue of the Clewiston News is D. Duff, and Dave Alston. It was on

': security for nine gallons of gaso-f have visited it. Funds derived, from being taken from the press a the 20th green that Mr Owen won

:. line. In a very plausible story the II the fair will be used by the legion TO COURT MONDAY] day early in order to allow the from MrsDuff, and then came

man told the gasoline station pro- post to sponsor a county fair at mechanical force to join in cele- back a few days later to defeat Al-

prietor that he was on his way to Belle Glade in the spring. brating the holiday. ston 3 to 2.' Shelley has defeated

Haines City and would return the Visitors from all parts of the "CUT IN FRIENDLY TALK" ONE Practically; all holidays of A. L. Hackett, H. R. Hall and Paul

following day with money to redeem Everglades section have been in attendance TELLS JUDGE BUT DRAWS this year; have fallen on the last Deam winning from Deam 5 to 4

the golf clubs. A description of the during the first days of FINE OF $3 AND COSTS of the week, causing newspaper Sunday after having given. 22

man was given and the police of-I I the week and many others are ex- I shops of weekly papers to fore- strokes handicap.

ficers are still working'on the case pected to attend before-the festivities Five negroes, residents of Harlem go the privilege of celebratingbut Players competing in the conso-
in effort to prosecute the thief. were hailed in to the justice of the
an
close Sunday. The fair has also a few of them. The Now lation flight have been consider-
Constable Ed Butler spent Tues- peace court here Monday to answer
been the means of stimulating in- Year edition will come off the ably slower in playing off their
day in Haines City tracing clues of charges growing out of two distur-
terest in Belle Glade by residentsas press on January first with no matches. Major C. C. Wilson, pro,
the identity of the man seen with bances in the negro quarters Sun-
well as visitors. break in the schedule of publi said early this week. It is hoped
the car in LaBelle. The fair is being conducted by day night. cation. that all players will schedule their
One of the Sam Wood-i
who of negroes.
W. G. Stovall has charge matches as early as possible so no
ard. admitted he had cut another
the entertainments hold-up will occur as the tourna-
i DREDGE "FLORIDA"BEGINS I Robert Mack, but both said it was Furniture Store Gets
ment draws to a close.
. I just a little friendly jesture. According -

1 Sugarland Cafe To I to the testimony brought More Display RoomIn

WORK ON out at Monday's hearing. Woodardand
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I COL. CARTER SOLD
Open in Hopkins Bldg the other were "just standing I

there talking and Woodard swung order to obtain more spacious

RITTA ISLAND PASST I' Sugarland Cafe-, successor to the'I his knife around." The other negro J quarters for storage and display, ON WORLD'S FAIR
was given medical treatment with Foxworthy & Lee furniture store
Civic Center Cafe, will early
I open II three stitches closing the wound.To moved last week from the Hopkins
T \ 0 MILE STRETCH BEING after the Christmas holidays in the '
prevent a repition of such building to the Hay building on PROSPECTS IN 33
Hopkins building. Mrs., Mary
OPENED TO TRAFFIC Francisco
"friendly gestures" by others in the street.
Ii Stokes, proprietor said this week.i'
OF VEGETABLES quarters Woodard drew a fine of The new home of the furniture
____ The change of location was made five dollars and costs. store has approximately twice. the STATE'S RESOURCES WILL BE
I
in order to accommodate, the increasing -I
The Arundel corporation's dredge j! Another fighting scrape, in whichone floor space than its former locationF. SHOWN IN FLORIDA DISPLAYAT
number of patrons, Mrs. :
"Florida" started this week digging negro was struck on the head M. Milteer local manager said.
I Stokes said. The room, facing Sug WORLD FAIR
a canal from Ritta Island to the with a closed knife, brought Viola With the demands for furniture in
arland Highway, was formerly occupied -
l mainland in order to allow unhampered Johnson Hattie Modest, ,Robert Ho- Clewiston increasing the furniture
by the Foxworthy & Lee DeLand, Fla. Dec- 22.-"The
shipment of produce from the: gan into court. Each was fined $5.store found it necessary to find
'. I furniture' store. more I think of the possibilities of
island to the railroad station at I and costs. more room for display.As .
New equipment was purchased. having this state properly exploited -
Miami Locks. The distance is approximately I soon as the space in the Hop-
for the location and is rapidly enthusiastic
new : at Chicago the more -
2 miles. kins building was vacated by the
$:>0.000 FEE "OVERLOOKED"New
installed make the cafe "
being to an' I become. said Col. W. R. Car-
''i f The dredging activity is not expected .' furniture company plans were made of
up-to-date eating place. ter, retired, former publisher
' to be a large task as most I York. Dec. 23.-A $50.000 for the opening of the SugarlandCafe the Jacksonville Metropolis after

i of the work will consist of opening OPTIMISTIC SPIRIT EVIDENT fee William H. Hickin president of by Mrs. Mary Stokes., attending the meeting of the bud-
in the lake. With the National Democratic club
the canal already as- Florida Com-
committee of the
WINTER FARM SECTIONS get
INCREASED USE OF
the waters of Lake Okeechobee at sertedly received for negotiating a URGE held in DeLand.
mision
', such, a low stage the growers have pier lease for the North German FLORIDA PRODUCTS IN :MENU: recently
Gainesville, Fla.Amore opti- "One should have seen this bud-
had difficulty in conveying the vegetables Lloyd Lines was not included in a
i mistic spirit is in evidence in certain Increased use of Florida fruits get committee at work and the ef-
i raised on the 600 acres of statement of his income made last
of the winter farming areas of and vegetables is the objective of a ficient way in which they tackled
land on the island. October, a bank official testified attoday's
I Florida according to W. T. Nettles. campaign launched under the aus- the problems tyat came up for con-
I Owners of vegetable farms located session of the Hofstadter
' district agent with the Florida Ag- pices of the state department of sideration and one would be satis-
the island are joining together legislative committee.COMMUNITY .
'i _. ricultural Extension Service, who agriculture, says an announcementfrom fied these earnest men were deter-
'\ to pay for the work. has just returned from a trip over Mary A. Stennis, state agricultural mined to do a job that would bea
; Rtta Island is one of the mostII
the peninsular part of the state. nutritionist to the Florida) credit to Florida. This coterie of
sections of Everglades TREE
II productive Cash is being brought into the State Chamber of Commerce. and to patriotic Floridians. without com-
1 land. being protected in cold weather beans which have all local Chambers of Commerce their
Everglades by the pensation are freely giving
the blanket of air always I
warm
l II ', by prevailing. I yielded abundantly and are sellingfor PLANS COMPLETEDALL throughout the state. time and talents to the workof

I \ l a fair price. The Southern Sugar -I The use of home grown products; having Florida properly repre-

Company's mill at Clewiston is on New Year's menus as a begin-!sented at the Chicago 1933 World's

II.1'' Extra Floor Space I now operating. giving employmentto MADE READY: WEDNESDAYFOR ning of the effort is emphasized!Fair. They are fully posted on the

; more people in the Everglades. ANNUAL COMMUNITYCELEBRATION and the Florida State Chamber ofj i state's resources and realize the

'1\\\ Built For GarageWork A cash buyer's platform was recently HERE Commerce concurs with this move-! tremendous advantages that will

opened at Homestead and ment. says R. G. Grassfield. general -, acrue to Florida In being represented. -

\. sales are being made to truckers. Plans were, completed Thursday manager of the state body. i ." .

has started this week commission men, and others who morning for celebration of Christ- "For more than two years. the I "This commission believes that it

'; building an addition to the Sugar- come to the platform. No retail sales .mas in Clewiston. All committees state chamber has been doing effective will get the heartiest sort of coop-

land service station building here. are made. working on the Community Christ- work in urging the use of eration from the people of Florida

The space occupied by the Glades In DeSoto county there' is optim- 'mas celebration completed their Florida products to the contractors I'and it must not be disappointed. for

; Auto Sales was inadequate to care ism on all sides as to the prospectsfor work Wednesday and are awaitingthe I state institutions and to the citizen-,the results of the expositors will

; ':. for the increasing business of the the sale of a large crop of Cro- arrival of Santa Claus here at ship generally., While general results -,indeed be tremendous. It should be

\ 1.:: garage since the beginning of the talaria seed which has been produced seven-thirty Thursday night.A are somewhat intangible. yet, the pride of every Floridian to encourage -

i ; cane grinding season at Clewiston. in the county and is being sold dispatch received from Santa many definite reports are recordedin the commission in every "

\! The addition to the building will by the DeSoto County Crotalaria As- Claus at noon Thursday follows: I the state chamber office which way."

o-., give an added floor space of approximately sociation. CLEWISTON FLORIDA PLEASE. assure justification of the effort "At no other time," concluded Mr.
1200 square feet which will, ,While there are no large quantities TELL ALL THE CHILDREN THATI many times over" declares Mr. important V"
Carter, "has it been as
be occupied by the local Ford dealer. of winter vegetables available in WILL ARRIVE THERE AT 7:30 I Grassfield. and \
; I for Florida to show its courage
anyone county, most of the South TONIGHT WITH A LOADED PACK "There is no reason why the peo- faith as now. It will awaken our
I The construction work is being Florida counties are shipping medi- OF JOY FOR ALL, THE CHILDRENOF .i pIe of the state should not insist censciousness of "f
to
people a new
I done under the supervision of Walter um quantities of vegetables whichare CLEWISTON AND VICINITY upon home grown products. con- .

I Bellamy of Moore Haven. The bringing fairly good to average I STOP HAVE THEM TO MEET ME tinued the state chamber manager. our greatness.Dr.

I [, building is owned by Capt. Harvey prices. The darkest spot on the agricultural IN CIVIC CENTER PARK AT THE "Florida products are second to
I hone and Mrs. S. J. Simmons left
Etherton. horizon seemed to be the TREE PLANTED TWO YEARS: and through this state-wide
I :i I strawberry areas where December AGO BY THE WOMAN'S CLUB OF campaign being launched by the department Wednesday night' for Tampa where

\ SHIP TO MISS CHRISTMAS I prices were rather low.Agricultural YOUR CITY STOP MERRY I of agriculture the citizen- they will remain during the Christmas -
r I r of Florida will more and more holidays visiting relatives. They
\1 \ ---- I News. CHRISTMAS TO EVERYONE ship
il -* Washington. Dec. 23.-One navy 4 Signed SANTA. I,appreciate the value of Florida's re- will return to Clewiston Monday. In
: Simmons, Dr. W-
of Dr.
, vessel isn't going to have any Christmas GASOLINE CONSUMPTION The old be-whiskered gentlemanhas sources." the absence
I'j) I : this year I never been late at any Christ-I'I'I I In announcing the movement J. White of Belle Glade will be. in

\\'I i! I ,;: It is the oiler Ramapo enroute to Hendry county's gasoline con mas ,celebration, always running on I three questions are directed to the charge of the Lakeside hospital.StuartWork'

I j f; Manila. Tomorrow it will cross the sumption for the month of Novem- schedule lime so all children are requested -I civic and commercial organizationsof on' leveling -
180th meridian and must date its ber totaled 56,474 gallons, according to be at the park accordingto Florida by Miss Stennes. progressing

: j log December 26, thus losing one i to a tabulated statement made his message. Bring your parents ,are: These I and sodding of new govern--
\
i whole day in crossing the international by the state department of agriculture and let's all enter in the spirit of 1- Will your organization ment airport located near, .eityIintIts t

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PAGE TWO THE CLEWISTON NEWS FEIDAYDECEMPER< 25, 1031
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THE CLEWISTON: NEWS that permanent prosperity will not right now than Ybor City. They been I Sarasota-Mira Mar hotel openedfor "How is Ike Bloom getting along '

return until war debts and reparations havin' a hard enough time keepin'the winter season.Davenpoit in tutlness?"

Published every Friday in Clewlston are settled and an adequate right kind of flags on the poles "Wonderfully; but he's terribly

Florida by the CLEWISTON NEWS, metallic monetary reserve is avail- out there lately, let alone a human Re-claying of North discouraged" .

Inc. able for all countries, which is not being. If he gets by with nothing Boulevard in town limits and Its "How's that?"

the case today---Skillings' Mining but a broken record it'ss be a lucky continuation Wilson Drive, in Holly "Well, they're so busy filling and .....

Entered as second class matter. Review. J... break. Anyhow let's hope he doesn't Hill Groves started. shipping orders they haven't any :J7

February 1. 1927 at the Post Office start another epidemic. I remember time to hold a conference." l

at Clewiston Florida under the Act awhile abck when there were hard-
TREXTOX BRILLIANT FEAT Brooksville MasaryKtown- Restaurant orchestras in Boston
'ofMarch' 3, '1897.. ly enough poles to accommodate all t
nery started canning of preserved are so versatile they play anythinga
the birds that wanted to set.
When George Washington marched oranges and putting up crystallized diner may request. Recently a
A newspaper, devoted to the best his 2400 cold, hungry and tired"ragged And now it seems that Mr. Widener citrus fruits- patron was asked what he would
Florida. has been plantin' a lot of palm
Interests of Hendry County
continentals" through the like the orchestra to play.
trees down in Miami lately. Imagine
Its leading newspaper. ice and snow of- Christmas night. KissimmeeRoofing work on "If it is agreeable to everybody
that. I can understand how a lot of
1776, crossed the Delaware river folks will be puttin' their palms out new Federal ,building here progress I else" said the diner, "I wish they
Subscription rate: per year$2.00 with them. In a collection of small ing. would play checkers till I finish
down there this winter :
Outside of State of Florida ......$2.50 boats and barges, then in a whirl- but"why I my dinner."
Widener
should a man like be try-
wind attack that would not be denied -I on
in' to muscle in on that racket. Miami- federal project I I
killed or captured the entire II
Advertising rates furnished on ap Pardon me if I smile, but I see in widen Miami river at cost of approximately I
British garrison at, Trenton. he I SAME SERVICE
plication. headed an exploit which alone the St. Petersburg papers where a 800.000 may be ,started'

flock of sun bathers are squakin' shortly.
NEW LOCATION.
would have been sufficient to establish -

Business office Clewiston News, him as a military leader of about Mr. Goodyear's Blimp flying
over 'em. HAR, and I thought it Nolon B. Conner, formerly lo-
Clewiston Editorial and
Florida. the first rank. 'l'allahassee-Plans completed for
the ride cated in the Civic Center Barber
was just the
Advertising same. The 155th anniversary, we .are in- passengers construction of 30.000 threestorybrick
went for. But what would there be Shop, may now be found at
States structure for Tallahassee Mo I
formed by the United George
MUSGRAVES Barber
to look at if could 'em SHORTY
,. even you see tor
Washington Bicentennial commission Co., Ford dealer in Leon coun-
Telephone 339 from two thousand feet In the air? Shop in the-
of the battle of Trenton coining ty.
Who do these Sun Bathers think ALSTON BUILDING
on the eve of the nation-wide I ---
Where the Same Efficient
.
Theda Bara Marline
they are or
TAKE STOCK: FOB..THE YEAR celebration of the Two Hundredth Detrich? Imagine anybody wastin' j Bradenton-Site selected for Service May be.Had
Anniversary of Washington's birth I 155.000 post office located at
time tryin' to get a peep at a com-
We Americans are a business- turns the thoughts of all Americans northwest corner of Manatee and Nolon B. ConnerPURE
mon everyday Sun Bather when
minded nation. We think in terms of toward that event which some have: 'and Ninth streets. .. .. ...
they can look at the Gulf of Mexicoon .-<:r : :I:;:: ; =r ::' "I! = ;""" ; =
business, 'generally, in terms of called the turning point of the Re- r
one side, Tampa Bay on the .____"__u_
dollars and cents. Now let us stop volution.
other and the Pinellas Peninsular
for a few mometns and think of the The hopes and spirits of Wash-

oncoming year as a business nation. ington's soldiers had been consider- below. I CLEAR SLf .
And now it seems that Mr. George
The business man closes his booksat ably crushed during the autumn I )0
0 Lea of Bradenton is going to en-
the end of a year of activity and early winter of 1776- The con- II
ter conTest to if he can't win I
charges expenses to his profit and I tinental troops had enlisted for a see II

loss account sees how his businessis ; only a short time, and the period of ;imself a nice trip to Washington. I

going and tries to devise some service, for most of them would expire Somebody call a plumber, it looks *1 /
like Florida's Drane is about to get
means to improve his business dur- with the end of the year. Un- clogged. 11rLea is a columnist ;;; : ..(

ing the next year. He does not always der the unpromising conditions then
know goofy that writes
a
you guy
wait until the first of a calen- prevailing Washington knew that Ci
for the but give him credit.
papers ;
dar year to make these calculations few of the men would be willing'to .
he's ambitious to better himself.
but when he closes his accounts at reenlist That meant the loss of his
Anyhow if George does go to congress -I arSkiri' ray
the end of a business year heIs experienced and most valuable 1-
,' Florida will have the .i3
given to a moment of meditation.We troops. papers _
I best Washington column of'any
are about to close our yearbook What made the situation even
papers in the country, and boy what
as another year passes into worse was the fact that the enthu-.
"Lunacies" could write from .
history., Looking back over the per- siasm of the entire country was a guy ,
that village. "Lea's Lunacies" pp0WE m .
iod may not always be a pleasanttask waning and with the ebb the pos- R1. ..
would do to boost the circulation -
but it will be beneficial. We sibility of obtaining new recruitswas more
of the Congressional Record
may notice events that have happened correspondingly lessened. DEPARTMENT ,
than I know. ?
which we could have prevented Even General Howe in his com- anything
-
if we had had the foresight the experience fortable winterquarters in New York And most every paper I pick up is

gave us- city believed that the Americans filled with letters to Santa Claus.I .

Take inventory of the countless were incapable of futher oppositionand suppose a lot of you wise-guys

possesions we have. See how we can settled down to enjoy himselfas think there ain't no Santa Claus.-

better ourselves and Clewiston. And much as possible while the Re Yes and that's just what's the mat-
start the new year with a determi- volution was frozen and starved out ter with you and a lot of other folks O<-(-(..:..:+.-..:..:..:..l..tt..l..l..l..tt..:..Z..l..l.l..:..:..:,.:..:..:..:.:.. :..:..:":":":":":":":":":":":":":":.:": -

nation to make the oncoming year by the winter. -You want a lot of things. just like ..s s.

of 1932 one. of profit to all concerned. General Washington saw the needof the kids do, but, you're a bum sport. What Happened Last Night? :f.:

a decisive stroke which would restore -You don't believe and won't even .
1,1
the confidence of the troops try to believe. You won't hang up
:t.
CHRISTMAS TREES SHIPPED and the entire country. He knew your stocking because there's a holei -

that England could never beat pat- nit and you're too darn lazy to I Last night, while you were asleep, 5::

From 5 to 10 million Christmas riots who were determined to be mend the hole. This is a good world half the world was busily ,engaged :i: .

< trees are bought in the United free, so he went about the task of and a good country and things aren't in.the business of living. Ships were ,} .'

States each year, says the Forest winning a victory which would renew half .as bad as you keep trying to sailing the Atlantic, crowds were :fr .

Service of the United States Depart- the determination with which make yourself think they are. You f; } E Er

ment of Agriculture. Enough trees the war was first undertaken.The can believe it or not but ninetynineout i swarming the streets of. Chir.a, :s: 1

are sold to provide every third or best chance lay at Trenton of every hundred letters to & houses were burning, people were ,i.f {

fourth family in America with a which was garrisoned by Hessian Santa Claus are answered. Remem- laughing, playing and working. o:: '- +r (
= )
Christmas tree.MOTORIST'S. mercenaries under the command of ber this, folks don't get answers to I f,:.' .

Colonel Rahl. Having no idea that letters they never write.-You haveto i I The Tampa Morning Tribune brings .i. .'<'. ,.
'f
the foe across the Delaware river believe in happiness or happinessnever I =' ',. I-i
NEW YEAR : I you complete news of the world every '' ;;:- '"

RESOLUTION would want to fight during the festive comes. Go out and get a t I morr.ing. %: :: .

Christmas season ,the Germans Christmas tree and take it home and s .- '
X 's' ;', :'
forgot the war and celebrated. Rahlso think it over and if you can't believe f:
It would be a splendid thing if : SERVICE CLEWISTON N I j ef :;: .,[V. '
completely underestimated the enough to decorate it witha ., iJ t.
all automobile drivers would adopta I ,r.. ..
mettle of his adversary that he refused few lights and doo-dads, well just '
set New Year's resolutionsand o '
of
I
keep them. A few suggestions even to erect fortifications of hang yourself on it, you've been 2oc< Weekly'' 85c Monthly I Iii J :;. ;\'.

: any sort. On the other hand Washington blockin' traffic long enough. l '

follows took the correct measure of .S -
(1)) I' will make it a practice to !
Rahl when he decided to attack DOCTOR WAS NOT AN ARTIST I r
times.drive prudently and carefully at all Trenton. He caught the Hesians un t Tampa Morning Tribune J \

awares in the midst of their revelries Rastus: "What's the matter
(2) I will give due regard to the t Tampa, Florida !
The American yictory was a Mose? You look so mad." t
rights of others who are as much
certainty and it took only a few Mose: "Who wouldn't be? Dat .t.'a I'I't

entitled to the use of streets and minutes of actual fighting to con- doctah what operated on me sewedme .._..............."'-....................".."..-A-.....-.............................................. ...... ........................._-......................-.........................................._ __ .,,\'.., ,
highways as I am.
III vince the enemy of this fact. up with white ,,thread." {,"i
(3)) I' will not be a road hog. nor

drive on the wrong side of the road. The heroism of Washington's men ':":":":":":":"r:":":N:":":":":":":":":":":":N:" :":N:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:N:..:..:..:N:NN:N:..:N:...N:N:N...:..:N: : :,
has been memorialized in countless INCONSIDERATE NEIGHBORS
cut corners or drive at high ratesof :
tributes and every American is familiar f ,
speed when conditions are not Couch Turbine Pumps :: ; :fj ;
with the details of that marchin Neighbor: "Did I bring you .
favorable. .. ,
the December blizzard and the lawn mower back last fall?" .. ;
(4) At all times I will keep : \ "
my dangerous crossing of the ice filled Indignant Householder: "No. youdid for $; ;: .
lights, brakes, steering gear and :s: ; .
Delaware. Any eulogy must fall not!" ..

horn in the best'condition.. short of its intent for nothing can Neighbor: "Now :what'll I do? I Economical and
Irrigation
Drainage *
(5) I will be watchful to do my ;
be added to the record made that wanted to borrow it again. ;
part to prevent an automobile accident : '{
Christmas niglit by Washington and
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in 1932.
his ragged army.. BUT BABY :MIGHT! KICK 'z.i
Many more suggestions will come Geo. W. Fowler Hnca :;:
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"TOO. LATE TO CLASSIFY"By Willie-"Ma ,if the baby was tc I t = :: ;
automobile fatalities is rapidly approaching swallow a tadpole, would it give Established 1904 *: -j !

the 35.000 mark35.000lives Russell Kay MACHINE SHOP SALES REPAIRS :x: : f 'J
him a big bass voice like a frog?
destroyed because of negli- Mother-"Heavens. no! It would I Phone 81G9 West Palm Beach. Fla. .:. ......------:.,

gence and carelessness. The cure is I According to the Bradenton Her- .1' ":"

up to the Individual driver. He must' ald a car load of tomatoes shippedto kill Willie him,-most"Oh,likely.no. it wouldn't. II :::IN:N1..:Ni:NIN:N:N:M:M:N:..:..:..:NINININ:N11.:N1N1N:N:H:N:N:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:N:N111:..:..:;.:..:..:..:N:N/N:N:.1: ,!:

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face and accept the responsibilitythat the New York market recentlya didn't. "i


his is car.his when If this he needless takes the waste wheelof of '200.net Something return to the ought growers to be of done$C.- .1.:.N:N:N N:..:N:N N N:N:N:N:N:1.:H N:N:..:11:M:N:..:s1..:NIM. :N:N:N:N:N:N:N:..:N:N:..:N:H N:N:N H:---:N:N. N:..:M.:NIN:H,1 f.


.J. Irreplaceable :lives Is to be stopped. about this. Imagine, common ordin- No Escape From Toil ::: ENJOY TWO WEEKS .AT FLORIDA'S g: 'i'iI

--o- ary growers getting money. Why it's It you want knowledge you must :':

SILVER STABILIZATION ridiculous. Somebody must have toll for It; food you must toll for It: :f FGKEMCST HEALTH IIXSTJTLTJCNTJhe I j ; :

? made a horrible mistake or else the I foil |18 HIP law,-Rnskln. I .s' I' I

; Many believe that because of brokers and commission men are :x only 50000.00 Baths in Florida, with separate departments ,.

' shortage of metallic reserves for the losing their minds. If it should hap- .i+ for men and_ womengiving thorough drugless treatments that : ';1 ';

)\ world at large silver should be pen another time or two the grow- :; comprise modern methods of restoring health with decisive results : 1 :

made legal tender as in China and ers may J get the idea that they real- Civic Center Barber 'i'.. at astonishingly low rates., 1. .t

more recently Mexico and that a ly ought to get paid for their crops. hotel accomodatious baths i k"
:: Excellent treating rooms, sun baths t
world conference should Wait 'till : ::
silvqr be the farm board hears ShopHas
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: and gymnasium under one roof. House physician in attendance
called to bring about about this. First know I
thing
an agreementto you
.(: always. Tiled mineral water pool adjoining baths.
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treat silver In a 'similar mannerto growers will be refusing to plow i

gold as an addition to the pre- under their produce and get/the : Treatments recommendod for Stomach disorders Eczema, Skin :i%: .

sent metallic monetary reserves. crazy idea they can sell it. Opened Under New Management + "Er pUons, Kidney Diseases, Neuritis Arthritis, Rheumatic and z J

They believe this action should not And I see where :Mr.! Bandy one : liver Disorder. :!:
in Ladies and 1
Specializing
wait for action on war debts and of the world's champion flag pole :._ Write for free descriptive. folder X !

reparations.. They believe that stab- sitters is all broke out with the itch Children's Haircuts. i / : '

ilization of' silver_ would ease goldto again and announces that he will $ : DR. BARTH'S HOTEL AND BATHS ::_
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such 'an extent. that England decorate a flag pole in Ybor City in :;: One Spring Boulevard ;.s.: 1

could soon return to the gold basis an effort to break his own record. ::
:x SAFETY HARBOR, FLORIDA i
which now seems far off. I can think of a lot of places I'd TWENTY-FIVE CENTS
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ut.. c G. B. Clinch of Atlanta and W. Christ and was assured "I am ho Uceta-Tampa Asphalt and paint merce office by addition of another

P. Stuart of Bartow. representativesof that liveth.: ." John was given mes- Co. started operation at this place, wing.

Personal MentionAllen the Gulf Refining company, were sages from Christ to seven churchesin first unit of four asphalt plants. Jacksonville Building permits

in Clewiston this week for several Asia Minor. Deland-Extension of corporate issued in
B city 'during November to-
ft. !(; {f; : days on business. XII. TOPIC: The Gift of the Sav- limits of this city to north and west taled 111110. bringing year's total -
ior. Jesus' coming to earth and dying voted and approed.HollywoodPlans. to $1.697.405.Ocala .

Powell spent the holidaysin I Miss Margie Harvel has returned on the cross was for the pur- approved for I -New Baptist church' edifice -

Ft. Myers. I home from Miami where she attends,I pose of becoming a Savior for men. enlargement of chamber of com- dedicated.

school to spend the holidays with His life and death were the measure -

Miss Ulla Jacobsen is spendingthe I her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. S-.I of God's love for us- .

holidays in Tampa. Harvel. GOLDEN TEXTS:. -
I Go ye therefore, and teach all nations -I Keep Those Christmas : '

the Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Baker and ;
Jimmie Rumbley is spending
daughter, Betty Baker and Miss' Jo Rejoice in the Lord always: and
holidays in Mobile Ala.G. Boxes
Hogan left here Tuesday for Fair I again I say rejoice; I

fax. S. C., where they will spend. the Open thou mine eyes. that I may
L. Jones of Miami was a recent -I behold 1
holidays. wondrous 'things out ''of thy
business visitor here. law; 1 1'1r

I Now abideth faith, hope, charity,
Mr. and Mrs. G O. Wallace spent these three; but the greatest of: .

Sunday in West Palm Beach. I 'unbip cioo1Ictrn these is charity; .

Be not drunk with wine, whereinis I '
Ernest McCarthy of Orlando I I excess; but be filled with the spirit + t err,' 1rr

transacted busiess here this .week-: i ; _

I Have no fellowship with the un-
Arthur T. Wilson of Ft. Myers! FOR : fruitful works of darkness, but rather -!
DECEMBER 27 1931
was a recent business visitor here. them
reprove ; I
SUBJECT: Review of Quarter'sLessons.
Thou shalt be his witness unto
Mrs. Floyd K. Foster of Everglades the I I all men, of what thou hast seen and
The following Summary of
was a visitor here this week. (I heard
: lessons of the Quarter is as good ;
j I I can do all things through _
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could find
left for a review as we : --.--
Tuesday
St. Amaud
Alex Christ which strengtheneth me;
Charleston. S. Cto spend the holidays SUMMARY OF LESSON I I There is neither bond nor free,
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I. TOPIC: Paul Goes to Europe for ye are all one in Christ Jesus; I

---.- Places: Troas; Philippi. In Troas I I have fought a good fight I

Capt. Roy Butler and Mrs. Butler Paul saw: a vision of a man in have finished my course, I have

left Clewis ton Tuesday to return to : Macedonia calling for help. He I kept the faith; I iI }

Miami. immediately decided to cross to I am the first and the last: I- am ;.':O .

Jacksonville Europe. A fully surrendered worker II he that liveth; "TT100 pretty to throw away!" I That tall one with the funny
of -
Charles M. Hilliard will find divine for his loved
a leadership Beloved if God so us. we thosq bear the will be
we say w.hen we open on cover a jolly
transacted' business here re- work.II. ought also to love one another. decorative tin boxes which cookie jar that Junior and Jane

". cently. TOPIC: Paul in Jail. Place: I guarded so effectively our Christ- can't possibly break when they

Philippi. Paul healed a young woman -I FLORIDA WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL mas fruit cake or our Christmas reach on tip-toe for the pantry
\ C. D Shambaugh of Jacksonville of demon-possession. Her masters I REVIEW candies. So we go on saving themto shelf. And Peggy, who carries
was a recent business visitor in, hold everything under the sun some sandwiches to school for the
had Paul arrested on chargesof
-handkerchiefs, gloves, puppy Friday feast won't mind carrying
working against the government.As I The following record_ of indus- dogs, cravats, odds and ends and them at all if she has that gay -

Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Cook of J Paul and Silas prayed and sang trial activity lists items showing investment elephants. red cake-box to pack them In.
in prison the doors were opened by
West Palm Beach. spent Sunday in: of capital employment of Those small oblong boxes with,
an earthquake and all bonds were labor and business activities and op- They Are Useful '
Clewiston. i the hinged-lid, whick come in such
loosed. The jailer's conversion fol portunities. Information from which And soon, because the cakes are lovely pastel shades of orchid

Miss Elsie Hare was a holiday I lowed. Greed has always been an the'paragraphs are prepared is from so good and the candies so superior blue and pink, some with jewel

of enemy of the gospel and gospel local papers, usually of towns men- we find ourselves with designs, make excellent boxes for
visitor to Ft. Myers as the guest :
workers. But the gospel can never tioned, and may be considered gen- more pretty boxes than we have the new costume jewelry if a lay-
Miss Linda Mason. I compromise with greed no matter erally correct. puppy dogs and cravats. Don't er of tha cotton-batting'padding Is

how'much the gospel messenger store them away waiting for a left inside. The small round boxes:::
Mrs. C- L. Adams and Mrs. T. v.1 nice little elephant to come along are excellent to hold spools of .
,Watson spent Friday afternoon in must suffer. .for his courageous Winter Haven- Winter Haven which will just fit-but instead thread-those spools which ordin-

West Palm Beach, preaching.III. Golf Club, Inc., filed incorporationpapers press thsm Into service right away. arily clutter up your work basket.

TOPIC: Evangelizing New in amount of $25,000- .
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Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Allhands of Fields. Place: Thessalonica; Berea.In South Florida Fair and Gasparilla .......... .................. ... ... .. .... ... ...... .. ... ...... ... ..
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Ft. Myers spent the holidays in Thessalonica! Paul preached Carnival will be held February : "*' .-+: *. :- +. .-+:. .4.. .+:+. . .-+: .-+:-<

Clewiston visiting friends. l boldly with great 'success. Some unbelievers 2nd.-Tampa. Florida Labor Advo- j. :

because of envy, stirredup cate.Plant F

Emmett Shelley has returned to I a mob against Paul and the City-Packing house to be
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Clewiston after several months, absence Christians sent him away to Berea. constructed in near future on new
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spent in Georgia. There enemies from Thessalonica:I spur of Seaboard Air Line in east- Cle\viston Golf Course

; made trouble and Paul left for Ath- ern part of city.

Mrs. Bob George and Miss Roberta ens. Great opposition may be a rea- Pensacola-Municipal Radio sta- y

George spent Wednesday in West son for moving to another. field, but tion WCOA sold by city council to
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Palm Beach shopping it is never a reason' for giving up J. G. Pace, local business' man, for Is Open.I

JI the work. $6,500; approximately $20,000 will

I Mrs- E .L. Stewart and Miss Dorothy IV. TOPIC: Christianity in Cor- be spent in modernizing station.

t Moorman were Wednesday visitors inth. Paul stopped in Athens but Postoffice department asking bids ..

i .' to West Palm Beach. passed quickly on to Corinth. A for star mail route between Tarpon *: And in Excellent Condition

., great many were converted here, including Springs and Aripeka post offices. .. 1
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.. _. Mr. and MrsW- M. Redelsheimer the chief ruler of the syna- Frostproof-Gifford & Simmons.
and son Billy were week end visitors gog. An insurrection was. made,local contractors. erecting Day

; ) in West Palm Beach. against Paul by angry Jews, but a Nursery. f
i' friendly refused to take Bradenton. W. Stevens con- .. -
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;';:: ,; Miss Ava Ezelle, of Alva, was a action against him or his teachings. structing building at corner of 9th :: The Public is invited to play 'under :--\I::

St. and 10th Ave.. to be occupied by
Sunday visitor in Clewiston visiting A strong church was established.
Carmichal's Georgia Smoke House- honor of rules ::
J. W. Ezelle. : system -
her brother Dr. V. TOPIC: The Progress of Temperance governing
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Largo-Peninsular Feed Co. took
--.- Reform. Paul writes to the I
1.. :Mrand Mrs. W- C. Prewitt and Gelatians, urging them to maintain another store in Johnson buildingand :_: the Course .
installed complete battery
L. C. Sturges motored to 'Ft Myers their liberty against certain, hinder- i its

Sunday to spend the afternoon. ing teachers, but warns them-brooding of baby chicks. ,ts y y
St,' Petersburg-Orange Blossom y
against becoming lawless in any
Cafeteria.. Inc., capitalized at $15.- y
Wintle spent the
Miss Eleanor conduct. Acting from the motive of y
in Ft. Myers with her par-. 000. granted charter of incorporation. y
holidays love conserves the interests of all.

ents. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Wintle. I I.This motive would never favor restoring Tarpon. SpringsHuggins Me- :: Players are expected to register :Land

the popular use of liquorin
Bob Shannon of West Palm I I America. morial Greek Gospel Mission in :: pay green fees before :1 1S&25 f

for Kelvinator, was in Grand Boulevard, dedicated. :
J Beach, agent VI. TOPIC: The Gospel in
\- Clewiston on business Tuesday. Ephesus. On the third misionary Key West-Monroe Theatre reopened :: playin :*
to public. ..
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Polk City-Polk City Securities y
Deam and Gratton
Miss Dorothy about three years. The great revival -
v Geojfje! attended the 'theatre in Pa- made inroads on the worship of Corporation recently granted incor- .t. T
poration to deal in real es
.i: hokee Sunday night. Diana and caused the burning of papers :;:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:....:oot.--:..:..:..:..:..:..:..=..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-.:..: :..:..:-:..:..:..:..::
7" thousands of dollars worth'of bookson tate.State
; Mrs. Fred Moltz Mrs. J. F. Tippey magic. Highway Department open-

": and Miss Frances Tippey were Mon VII. TOPICPaul; Mobbed and Ar- ed bids on construction of approxi- t :*2't! 2j )t :it. :,
day visitors to West Palm Beach.: rested. Place: Jerusalem. Paul went mately 12 miles of Florida lime
'rock base on Road No. 22 in Orange | THE YOU
1 CLEWISTON CAFE WISHES |
: to Jerusalem to attend a feast and
Bare, between Orlando and,
. county
:; y Mrs. R. M. Miss Elsie Hare, to deliver a collection he had made

-. Dorothy and Leroy Hare motored to I for the poor. Enemies from Asia Winter Garden. I 1 I
Tarpon Springs.-Campaign plan- berp Cfp&tmag
mtnp
Ft. Myers Monday afternoon. I raised an outcry against him and he anbl
ned by local committee to gain government -
would
have been killed but for the

urday Miss for Jeannette Slocum, Morgan Alabama left, where Sat- soldiers.presence of a Roman officer with deepening approval Anclote for river widening channel and I' a bappp ew !!?ear I

from Eagle street bridge to gulf. f!
she will spend the holidays. VIII. TOPIC: Paul's Ministry in _
Sarasota-Longboat Produce Co.,
Rome. After being in prison two
capitalized at $5,000, granted char- ENJOY YOUR CHRISTMAS TURKEY DINNER
Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Headley of
in his
years Caesarea Paul appealed
WITH US. PRICE CO CEXTS'
in ter to do truck farming. it
spending the holidays
Stuart. are case to Caesar. In Rome he was per-
the guests of Mr. and I I'I HialeahGibson Jewelry Co.
Clewiston as mitted to live where he could receive MEXU
I opened at 8 S. E. 1st Ave. 11
H. '
J.
Mrs. Pressley.
the people and preach to them.
Hollywood-Ocean Arcade Gift Z Creamed Chicken Soup a la Royal
Many accepted the gospel some even
Shop opened for fourth season on Ii California Shrimp Salad -
'I MrsJ.. W. Simpson. Mrs. A. A. in Caesar's household.
Johnson st.Brooksville. Stuffed Olives Celery in Branch -
and Miss Frances Munroe
Munroe IX. TOPIC: A slave Made a Bro-
were visitors to West Palm Beach ther. One of Paul's converts In Rome New managers CHOICE OF MEATS '
opened Dixie theatre.
j Friday. was Onesimus. a slave who had
Fernandina-Work on road on Roasted Florida Turkey with Oyster Dressing and .
escaped from his master. Paul'ssending
R. L. Murray, of Ft. Myers. repre- property belonging to Fernandina Cranberry Sauce
him back to his master has
-. Beach Development Co. progressing Scalloped Norfolk Oysters tI
of the Universal Credit
sentative given us the letter, to Philemon. "'
i" Broil Western Porterhouse Steak with Mushrooms
t company was'a business' visitor here X. TOPIC: Paul's Last Years. Re- rapidly.Key West-Steel work started on .Western Pork Roast with Candied Yams B' '

t Monday leased from the imprisonment in Choice Sirloin Steak
-' new post office. 4fF
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\ Rome Paul -spent a very few years
Miss Elsie Hare and Van Cothern Tavares-Lake Region Title Co.,
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i; evangelizing in Crete. Macedonia.Asia Ri''e
capitalized at $5.000, granted char- Mashed Potatoes Steamed
visitors to Moore Haven -
were Sunday
Minor and Greece. During this i
Fresh Garden String Beans .
e ter. .'
as the guests of Mrs. Cora Coth- period he wrote the Epistle to Titus. -
: Hollywood-ResurfacIng of Jack- Choice of'Home Made Mince or Pumpkin Pie
II ern. His last letter was written to Timo- Coffee, Tea Buttermilk. Sweet Milk
son street between S- 21st ave. andS.
after he B
thy was again imprisonedin
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Mr. and J. Alston. Miss 24th ave. started.
Mrs.! R. Rome. He was beheaded by Nero
t Jamye Williams Miss Mae Drew Fort Myers-Block fronting First r
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for his loyalty to Jesus.
I Miss Street between Lee and Jackson .CLEWISTON CAFE.
and Elizabeth West left Clew- .. ..
XI. TOPIC: A Vision of the Glor- for
iston Sunday to spend the holidays purchased by government $10-
ified Savior. On the island of Pat- 000. site for construction of I
in Richland. Georgia. as! Where Cleanliness, Quality and Price Reign BfCtC
mos John was given a vision of $200,000 post office next year. _
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URGE INCREASED USE OF Judge R- C. Vorhees and Mrs. V.I W1IERR : "

FLORIDA PRODUCTS: IN MENUContineud V. Mason will be installed as lead-

ing officials respectively by the "What
( from page 1) Masons and Eastern Stars,-Glades
dinner or luncheon on or near January County Democrat. if our
1st and request the hotel to the
:'P
serve you a complete Florida pro- ed for
Sanford.New Eckerson Fruit
ducts menu? (Olives, cherries and is
Canneries Inc.; plant started opera- -
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raisins do not grow in Florida) |
tions Empire
employing 32 persons.
2. Will you enlist the support of
St. Augustine-St. Augustine'sMen's Chronicle.,
your local newspaper in publicizingthis
movement printing menus if Shop formally opened at 148 "The

posible? St. George St. American

3. Will you ask other associations Plant City-Total of 126 cars only to

men's service clubs of your citrus fruits shipped from this started

town or county to join In this move- place during month of November. first. We

ment? if our

The plan of the program as con- GROWERS OF FARM I Judging

tained in the outline points out CROPS MUST PLAN .

that the purpose is to promote a IX FACE OF SURPLUS more
state-wide intensive six months edu- ", tax well.

cational program relating to the Gainesville. Fla. Growers of The .

supply and need for using Florida most Florida farm crops must facea the

fruits and vegetables. By means of surplus as they plan next year's 10 per

the educational food and nutrition: production, according to the out- taxable

material from the state department look by the Florida Agricultural jumps to

of agriculture by group institutes,, Extension Service. Adequate produc- of

by presentation at public meetings, tion for family and livestock needsis many ',;'

by coordinating all the home eco- recommended in all cases while it. taxes on

nomics and health forces of the would not be advisable to increase I surtaxes :

state to bring about statewide unit- production; of some crops for year. I

ed effort in the utilization of Flor- market.Peanut. I says:

ida's fresh fruits and vegetables, .' production in the United I "Great -

great benefits will accrue to the States-for, 1931 was estimated at 38 :

people of Florida. percent more than last year, and 26 punishing

./ more than the last five year aver gram of

A CENTURY AGOA age. The supply of old crop peanutswas spending.
ability of
reported as being smallIt "
little more than a century ago, out the ;
seems wise to reduce rather than increase -
in 1813. a blacksmith in London laboriously mainder
the acreage planted for mar-
joined old gun barrels to- been due '
ket in 1932 due to the 1931 heavy
gether-to make the first gas pipe- of '
production and the ,business situa- -
line. Now the gas pipelines in this r group of
tion. ;
country alone would reach many same
More sweet potatoes were
times around the world, and gas is grownin country
the Cotton Belt this year, and
an indispensable servant of home and
production for the United States is
.
and of industry.The same
estimated to be 24 percent more
growth of this industry, in call a
than last year. So long as this situ-
less than two lifetimes is a splen-
ation exists farmers who sweet
grow ------
did testimonial to the and
power potatoes for market may find it .:..:..:..:..:..:..:
far-sightedness of individual initia- ....
best to reduce acreage as well as: ':-i":":..:":": : X
tive and enterprise. C
production cost. I :

Supplies of flue-cured tobacco in i

Joint Installation the; United States are 5 percent less I C.

I than those of a year ago but 3 percent I
ft
Date Set Thursday more than the five years aver-i

age. Cigarette consumption startedon General I .
Plans are going forward by the the decline in July and by Sep- i

Masonic Lodge and the Eastern Star tember was 8.3 percent less than

>, Chapter for a joint installation of the previous September. Exports for

new officers to be held Thursday, July through September were 29 a

December 31st. This installationwill percent less than last year and 10 ;
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not be public,as was stated in percent below the average. Since

the Democrat last week. but wivesof two-thirds of the flue-cured tobacco -,

Masons and husbands of enters foreign markets this is of .>.:..:..:N:..:..: i
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rt1HE following statement sum- when it was learned that some of heat per se,
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ming up the latest scientific these food factors are capable: of present
findings about canned foods destruction by heat under certain struction. The j l
formed part of an article contributed conditions. foods suffer \j lj
by Dr. Walter H. Eddy to "The author of this article, and this scurvy
a recent issue of Good Housekeep Isis research colleague, Dr. E. F. is because the 'ql

ing. It answers so many questions Kohman, have devcted nearly chances of
on this subject, and clears up so : eight years now to the study of nection it is
many points upon which all housewives this question:: of whether canning find that -

want information, that we damages the vitamin content of vegetables
applied to the editor of Good fruits and vegetables. The answer of this factor
Hoiiitkcepinff for permission to that can be given today rests on degree with ;f
quote it."Nutrition. actual measurement of the vita- between :

experts have advocated min content of fruits and veg- while there is ,
a greater consumption of .Jal.ler: in the raw state, after change In the :.' ,.
fruits and vegetables, largely be- preparation by: the usual home long periods .: '
cause of their vitamin content, cooking recipes, and alter submis- "We
may "
their mineral salts, their alkaline sion to commercial canning pro- fruits and ii'1
residues, and the bulk and rough cedure. Details of these assays sources of
age they add to the diet. They have appeared in scientific liter- foods are
also contribute some calories, ature and are available to those this '

some protein, fat and carbohy- interested. They may be summarized by abundant C's
drate, but these factors are usually here as follows: actual =CV
assays. :,
abundantly supplied in other food "1. Neither fruits nor vegetableslose
Dr.
Eddy
articles such as.meat, cereals, and appreciable amounts of vita- table
root vegetables, and we needn'tbe min A in the home cooking or
tween the
particularly concerned with the canning process.
canned
effect of canning on these caloric "2. Vitamin: B 1 suffers some typical '
supplies."In destruction in both home cookingand raw fruits

passing, however, it is worth in canning, the product, how- ing that a
than of the \
noting that very little loss of these ever, remaining after canning or !I '
factors occurs in substituting a cooking a good source of this is necessary
canned fruit or a vegetable for a factor if it contained it in abund- mals against
fresh type, especially if we con- ance in,the raw state. the animal
serve the liquid as well as the "3. Vitamin B 2 or G is little "The

solid content of our can." affected: by home cooking or can ning industry ,.,
Dr. Eddy then gives tables ning. home, seems
which show that fresh and canned "4. Vitamin C. If we contrastthe more than 1i i
products vary only a little in I content of this factor in the providing
caloric supplies and in mineral fresh fruit or vegetable with the seasons. The 't
salts, and continues: home-cooked or canned productwe dustry on
"Such tables show that while note usually some loss in the true economy
the amounts of nutrients differ latter. Canned peas, for example, loss of health
slightly in the various forms, the lose about one-third of their raw stitution of
canned products contain all the content, while canned tomatoes for a more :
nutrients present In the fresh ar- lose practically none. If we con- or vegetable. {
ticle. Canning has not eliminatedany trast home-cooked and canned tunate if 'f
food factor contributed by the fruits and vegetables we find invariably markets the I
fresh product. Concentration, as that the canning process much of our
In purging, or dilution by can conserved vitamin C better than time would
water, may affect the percentages the ordinary home-cooking meth- peared, but
slightly. Research has centered ods."We know that I I
on'tho effect canning on factors now know that vitamin C the food ./
' sucb &3 vitamin content, especially lq destroyed by oxidation, not by tective foods :

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