The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00351
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: January 1, 1932
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: UF00028415:00351
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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New Sugar of America's Bowl. T; 'LJEC LE W1ST"- ON N" E"\' VV i r Agriculture& relnde tr Meet- ad*





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R. E. Hawkins, winter visitor beautiful St. Margaret's

WINTER VISITORS ON from New York, went out with his BY BUTLER church here was crowded to capac- ,SET FOR SHOWING

fishing' pole again yesterday and
ity Christmas eve night as membersof
: this time brought back 196 trout. all other denominations joined
They were, caught in Mantanzas DRAMAFOLLOWS with members of the Catholic faithto I MILUMCTION

pass., He was accompanied by L. C. observe midnight mass., I

Watson, champion cane pole fisher- "The'
; 100 CITIZENS The impressive sermon on
i : Coming of the Infant Jesus" by Fa- PERMIT CARDS ISSUED FROM
HERE NEXT THURSDAYThat Hawkins went out last week WOULD-BE CELEBRANTS ther F. J. Finnegan pastor, :was EAST DOOR OF MILL;'

and brought in a record catch but TO SHINE DISPENSER followed by benediction of the Holy PROCESS EXPLAINED

his luck yesterday, was even bet- Sacrament. .1
the Vest of Florida is in- ,
tensely interested in the developments ter. He was out between five and As if practising his role of detective The territory served' by the St. To permit the almost steady

six hours. in the mystery play to be given Margaret's Catholic
church covers
, now going on in the Ever- I stream of visitors in Clewiston to
: .. G. M., Heitman, jr., also had ex- here soon. Ed Butler, local con- a wide range it being the only '
'. glades may be seen in the announce-, cellent luck yesterday, landing 40 stable, played a detective's part in a church of this faith around the I view the working of the 4000-ton
ment of the Lake Worth chamber
oluefish and mackerel, during a few real drama in, Harlem ChristmasEve southern part of Lake Okeechobee., .: capacity mill of the United States
of commerce this week that a motorcade -
is planned to tour this sec- hours spent near Sanibel light-Ft< night which landed two negroes Members from Canal Point Paho- Sugar Corporation here, visiting, ;

tion on January 7th. The tour will Myers ;News-Press. (Wednesday) before Judge Rider' in LaBelle, two' kee, Belle Glade, LaBelle, Moore hours have been set. The hours in

gallons of. confiscated shine as evidence Haven and Lakeport comprise the
include Clewiston. where lunch will which
the mill is open to the publicare
in the county' court house and membership of the church.
be taken at the Clewiston Inn, anda READY TO LAUNCH $70 in the fine and forfeiture fund.It .I from nine to four on week days
large part of the day set aside for. ,
all happened this : and from'one to four on Sundays.
inspection, of the mill of the United
States Sugar corporation here, anda I. FINE HOUSE BOAT A group of Harlem's black citi- FINAL GOLF MATCH Officials of the mill have arranged -

view, of the enormous cane fieldsof zens were planning the best way to I to have guides ,show the visitorsthe

I : celebrate Christmas when' one 'of interesting parts of the mill'and
the company near here. FOR DREDGING CO.I their number deplored the fact that to explain the process of makingraw
It is expected by the Lake Worth he had
no intoxicating beverage, sugar from the cane.
commerce body that more than 100 and did not know where
he could
SUNDAY On these informal 'tours of inspection' -
will be included in the moo
get Another resident
any. of the ,
torcade next Thursday. WELL EQUIPPED BOAT READY visitors are shown the
quarters Will Davis, being then and .
AS QUARTERS FOR CON- cane cars as they come from the
As discussed at a meeting'of the there moved by the Christmas spiritof LAST ROUND O'F""PLAY WILL BEHELD fields.
STRUCTION WORKERS They see the cars emptied of
;- chamber of ,commerce. at Lake benevolence, suggested to the HERE SUNDAY; their' burden
by means of a tilting
Worth Wednesday., the motorcadewill crowd that he knew where he could NEW BALL USED
A large two-story house boat platform which dumps the cane ,into -
be in charge of John ARostain., get all he wanted, and issued
measuring 20x60 feet, is soon to be a an enormous pit on the south
who said that increasing interest is I general invitation for the whole The final match of the American '
launched from the Clewiston dock, side of the mill. From this pit ,the
being taken in the ,proposed trip as crowd to join in. They did. And Legion golf tournament will be
in Industrial Canal. This boat is being cane is conveyed by a moving chain
the time nears for the visit to the proceeded to the door of a house, played here Sunday In a 36-holo
constructed by the McWilliams match between Jack Barrett of into the mill) proper where it passes
fertile fields in the Everglades.The and after making it known who was
Construction company for use in between huge steel rollers which
leave ,Lake Worthin there the door Canal Point winner of the upper
will was duly
party opened by
housing workmen on the federal I extract the juice. The dry pulp is j
half, and Charlie Lovvorn
of Clew-
the morning of the seventh, led Calvin Owen, who passed a gallon
I dike project now under way here. then conveyed outside the mill and
iston. who enters the finals from
truck equipped with vinegar jug of potent 'shine' to I
by a special
The boat, one' of the most com- the lower half- the juice begins its first refiningand
; Will Davis-
broadcasting apparatus :
'pletely equipped ever to be built :at purifying process. After being
In this final round of the tourna-
Conners highway to The only hitch in the proposed -
proceed over Clewiston, will have clarified and
strained is
sleeping quar- the juice
Canal Point. From Canal Point the party, was that Ed Butler, local con- ment the new golf ,ball, adopted by
ters and, dining room for 36 men, piped into the first of a series of
the U S. Golf association will be
motorcade will travel to Pahokee stable was not recognized in the
aside from the regular house boat boilers where a high temperature is
and Belle Glade. After a brief visit darkness of the night. and was ad- used. The new ball becomes official
of four.Electric kept constant to eliminate all .
crew but .
about South Bay they will come to mitted to the crowd as "one of the' today, with the old balloon being '-
lights and running water the sugar producing content of the
about boys." Mr. Butler arrested the prohibited from tournament play.
Clewiston noon.
with both showers and tubs also cane juice. This clarification ,and
will be in the
Stymies played
The party will 'be given' a general add to the comfort of the floating two negroes and they plead guilty, 36 holes. boiling continues until the raw sug-
welcome at Clewiston where they drawing a $35 fine each. .
home. The Canal Point player 'won over !ar is finally ready to place into bags

will be shown the developments now It is expected that the boat will Marshal Yenawine last week and for shipment to the refinery.where

going on. This group of approximately be ready to launch some time today I Sunday eliminated W. C. Owen on other processes are taken before the
100 winter visitors of the with finishing work done after it the 18th green by one up. Lovvorn juice from the Everglades cane is

east coast city will return to Lake moves its location and assumes its I. defeated H. Blate '5 and 4 Sunday converted into the pure white sugar

Worth late that day after they' have role ,as home to a part of the large TO CITY BUSINESS morning and in a nip and tuck for the table of the American house-

seen the actual progress being madein band of workmen employed on the I round in 'the afternoon with Tom wife.

the Everglades. federal dike. Shelley, finished with scores tied Each step taken in the manufac- __

Previously a similiar group visited As the work progresses" the ALL LINES OF BUSINESS SHOW In the nine hole play-off this week, ture of the sugar is explained by .
points of interest in the southern dike the boat will be moved to fol- "
t workers the mill.
SUBSTANTIAL GAINS OVER Lovvorn won 2 and one to place him
? part of Palm Beach county. low one of the dredges used in
in the finals.
building the levee. PRECEEDING YEAR The 36-hole match Sunday will be '

The boat is being constructed un- divided, with 18 in the morning. and PRISON FARM, IAY
KIRBY LOSES FAST der the supervision of J. F. Tippey, Clewiston retail business during 18 in the afternoon. "
local contractor. the past Christmas season is described -

by merchants as' being "un- LOCATE IN GLADES h

BOUT TO VILlIAMS{ usually good; as a check up was Plans To Be Made
New Enters
Bakery made early this week. ----

Practically every business house For Show of FlowersTo Plans for the establishment of a
Williams' fast rights and Business Field HereTo
Smiley questioned as to the outcome of state prison farm in the Everglades

lefts to all parts of his opponent'sbody Christmas ,trade rendered the same discuss plans for the annual near Belle Glade were intimated in ,
gave him a win over 'Kid' Kir- the list of new businesses en- I answer. That the business here for flower show of the Upper Ever- West Palm Beach this week by T
in six
by here Wednesday night a the past month has been much better club,
main of Clewiston's week- tering Clewiston within the past few glades Farm and Garden a Nathan Mayo state, commissioner of J
go than the corresponding month meeting has been called for the afternoon agriculture. '
is added the Clewiston Baking
148 days : I
Williams a
ly fight offering. I last Postal ,
year receipts likewise of 8th in ;
Friday January
pound fighter from LaBelle was company which opened here Mon- The plans for the establishment oIJ,
day in the location formerly occu- showed a considerable increase; the South Bay. of a colony of prisoners in the Everf '
laid down by I
taking up a challenge valume .of stamp and money order A cordial invitation is extendedto .
glades being made with the view
Haven pied by: a firm of similiar name in are
in Moore
the Wauchula boy Williams had I the Baker building on Sugarland i business done by the Clewiston office all interested to come and take a of the state raising all vegetables
few 'days after
a in 'arena ago there. highway. The new business has no i showed an increase of 50 percent part in this meeting. The territory I and feed stuffs for the inmates of

won .the I connection with .the old business '_ over a corresponding period. covered by the Upper Everglades I the state institutions, the commis-

Fight fans were treated to six Mr. Rosenburg, proprietor, says: There was no Christmas orgy of Farm and Garden club extends from sioner said.A. '

rounds of hard'fighting as these Featuring milk made bread i spending money, but the steady Canal Point to Moore Haven. and R. Richardson field agent for .'
two pugilists mixed it for the entire -i l\Ir'l I sales in this territory beautiful
throughout the Christmas
Rosenburg'says the bakery will season many the trustees of the Internal Im-
duration of the' battle. : local milk received fresh daily from I was, pleasantly felt in mercantile flowers of all varieties'are grown. provement fund is now considering
Fight'promoter, Ed Butler, prom- I businesses The annual show of the club is J
I the Clewiston Dairy.Mr. 1 as employes of the sugar a tract of laud about three miles

ise another interesting card here Rosenburg and family movedto I mill, government engineers, dredging one of the most beautiful eventsof from: Belle Glade for the site of the

next Wednesday, although all bouts Clewiston this week from Plant I company and farmers ''prepared the Everglades, and the displayof state farm.. Preliminary arrange- .

have not yet been announced. City where he had been in the bak- for the holidays. flowers attracts unusual atten- ments are being made.
l In the preliminaries Owen Wynn! tion.
came out victorious over "Hot Shot" ery business. Details of the plans are now made

Sealey of Moore Haven, in a three Former Local Man FAIR PLANS COMPLETE public as yet, but it is generally un- .
round bout between the two young- derstood that the produce grownon
A budget of $25,000 to /'resell'lFlorida f the state farm would be utilized
,bouts The Ladies Aid of the Clewiston Killed" Near Venice to the nation at the only in the. feeding of inmates of

Two fast stepping negro Community church will meet at the ...---' fair in Chicago in 1933. was World I'the ,state's institutions. The tractof

were also included on Denard the Wednes-lost church Thursday, January 7, at Lester VonGurichten, former this week by the Florida Century of I land now being considered con-
day card: a
three-thirty for a program and a commission at West' Palm'
Progress 1200
and Thurs- Clewiston resident and his companion tains approximately: acres.
John Cobb
good fight to conference for work to done dur-
McAllister, Beach. -
Garland of Venice.
ton Hilton slipped a :win in over'King' ing the coming year. i were killed Christmas, day when II IIi Grosvenor Dawe, of Lake Wales. SUGAnLAXD'CAFE OPENS <<

Solomon- An earnest invitation is extended their car overturned a few miles was appointed as financial secretaryto

to all women interested whether or the commission and plans for a ,
from Sarasota. Both' young men dieda Sugarland Cafe opened in the
DANCE USHERS NEW YEAR not they are members of the organi- few minutes after being taken to state wide campaign to raise the Hopkins building here Tuesday under -

the zation. \ the hospital, in Tampa. !The cause of I funds was announced. I the management of Mrs Mary
A gay and festive dance at
their accident was unknown. From Stokes, former proprietor of the
Clewiston Inn last night ,
examination of the car it did not
Civic Center Cafe The cafe is locat-
ushered the 1932 into being WITH
year p&HORTAGF
i appear that they had been struck by OVER TOURIST BOAT LINE ed in the space made vacant by the
Buddy Steel's Palm Beach 01'-
I I another car, and the presumption is change, of location of Foxworthy &
chestf* furnished the rythm as Charged with an alleged shortageof : Effective January 1st the Merchants -
that crowded off the
they were : Lee Furniture store.
dancers from Clewiston and near bv $202.44 in her post office records road when their auto overturned. and Miners Line will inaug-

towns joined in making m'erry as Miss Maude Wingfield, form VonGurichten I urate its usual winter service to
Young was employed "TAKEN" HOLIDAY IS SHORT
the year 1931 passed into history. er postmistress of Ritta was placedin Florida from Boston. Philadelphia
Powers Construction
by the com-
Palm Beach county jail Tuesdayto and Baltimore. FOR ESCAPED CONVICT
pany on road work here until abouta .
CHURCH SERVICES CHANGEDTO await hearing before U. S- Commissioner year ago. when ,he was transferredto Business conditions. in the opin: ;

_. : BEGIN AT 7:45: P. M. R. L. Ernest of chargesof Venice. He has a host of friends ion of the Merchants and Miners' Christmas holidays: were indeed

embezzlement. I officials. have not warranted a cur- short for at least one negro. The
in Clewiston who mourn his death.
To compromise with sugar mill tailment of the customary winter one who escaped from a state'p 'i F

employees who desire to attend HONEYMOON INTERRUPTED WEATHER REPORT service and therefore the company'sfive on camp near LaBelle last week>He

church and other members of the r--- newest ships. S. S. Alleghany,I was captured in the woods near La-

congregation who requested that Shortly after they were married Belle Glade,\ lorida 'Berkshire. Chatham. Dorchester and Belle Saturday by deputy game 'warden -

services begin at 8 o'clock Rev. W. Christmas Day Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Everglades Expedient Station Fairfax-all sisterships and among Ed Smith.

T. Bailey pastor of the First Community Nowling were crowded off the road Day' Miiv. Min. Rain the newest, largest on the coast- Smith had been given a descrip-

church here announced Sun- near Sarasota and their car over- Sunday ............'....- 84 55 .129 supplemented by other steamshipsof tion of the escaped convict by the

day that in the future. all services' turned. Both sustained minor injuries Monday............. 80 54 .141 the line, will be in regular camp authorities and was on the

would begin at 7:45. and painful bruises but no Tuesday .............. 84 52 .103 ice, and will bring many sel'v-I I lookout for him while in the woods

> The announced topic fnr Sundayevening serious result is expected, from the Wednesday ........ 83 56 .098 tourists to the great Florida watching for game law violators.

will be ''The Fat Reaching accident. Mr. Nowling returned to I Thursday ....__...... 84 58 .101 The Merchants and Miners Florida I The negro made an*attempt to flee'

Effect of ChristmasDr.. Bailey his work here with the Clewiston I l Friday ..............:. 84 59 .116 ports are Jacksonville and Mia I from the 'game warden but was un- -

..announc d. Motor company. Saturday ............ 78 55 .104 mi. i successful.Center .
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tleships; his forts, and his armed 1 body?
i forces. I The gentlemen may get a few MY ,NEW YEARBy 1026 MILES ROADS

Published every Friday in Clewlston, Now, the hundred millions of Ideas out of their systems but the

Florida by the CLEWISTON NEWS, people along this unfortified border big Idea in that little card game is
Inc. between Canada and America have the Jack.It Judge John W. Dodge | BUILT IN FLORIDA

a mind for Peace If this were not: seems that every hand they "

Entered as second class matter so. war might have flamed in the:I deal calls for a fresh pack of cards.I It is not so much what I resolveto IN THREE YEARS

February 1. 1927 at the Post Officeat century since the Rush-Bagot agree-! Ain't that a tough break for the do as it is what I do do. each day. .

Clewlston, Florida, under the Act ment of 1817. The Great Lakes and'I playin' card people if they don't believe Each new day is the beginning ofa ---.- .

of March 3, 1897.A the Canadian-American boundarywere In Santa Claus now they nev- New Year. Life is. after all buta DEPARTMENT CHAIRMAN SAYS

fortified by no formal trea- er will. The players may get some sucession of days and we usually MORE THAN 5000 MILES'

newspaper devoted to the best ty. but by a series of letters writtento good hands but boy, what a big are. when all is said and done, a BEING MAINTAINED

interests of Hendry County, Florida.Its Richard Rush a Quaker gentle-,: hand the newspapers have been composite of our daily thoughts and

leading newspaper. man in our state department by j, giving the press agent who started actions' Tallahassee. Dec. 30.-The three
the racket. The little Joker is on I
Charles British ambassador,
Bagot. Would we have: Happy Days. and! years ending December 31 of this
Subscription rate: per year$2.00 in Washington. j the front page every day. Mr. Lenz I ia Prosperous New Year? Suppose year have seen 1026.73 miles of
leads with and Mr. Editor
Outside of State of Florida ......$2.50 There is little doubt. according to an ace ,we take time, each day. to do the pavement added to the state's high-
leads with an editorial, and that's a
noted authorities that if there had( little things which cost so little of way system .according to a state-
been a soldier a warship or a fort II good trick for somebody.And our time the things which are ment just given out at the state
Advertising rates furnished. on ap- along this 4000 mile frontier, war Ladles' and Gentlemen, at nearest to us. road department by' Chairman Rob-
the sound of the it will be
plication. might have been declared several J, gong, Take time to ert W. Bentley who adds that this
Exactly "1932" Happy New Year, cheerfully greet the
times. But with a will to Peace these day to laugh and mileage is the greatest amount paved .
ahead and ; play; to wait
Business office, Clewis ton News, two neighbors settled their disputesby 'Everybody. you can go awhile to in a similar period in the life of
make whoopee or resolutions if you ; give a smile; to glean the
consultation and arbitration. On l the state's roadbuilding body. The
Clewlston Florida. Editorial and
to dream
want to. but if you're wise you'll news; or muse; to train
December 29, 1837 a Canadian insurgent -i largest mileage paved during any
Advertising our mind; to be just and kind to
same. I take my advice and make the most ;
vessel Caroline was sunk r governor's administration was 1.-
see a joke to write
of it. ; my own folks;
by ,the Canadian government in an 040.5 miles in Governor Martin's ad-
to eat and
I digest, in peace, a meal;
Telephone 339 American port, and an Americanman -oNo to think ministration: but that was for four
deeply and feel deeply; to
was killedA United States I matter what the weather is. it years as against only fourteen miles
some good to
; stop my
BUSINESS court tried and acquitted Alexander I is doubtless much better than it hurry and during the three years of Governor
OUTLOOK FOR 1932 pause.
McLeod, the Canadian, who boasted would be if left to a vote of the Carlton's administration."It .
of the killing. During the Civil War people.-Tampa Times. Suppose I take time to pen a note; is only fair to state." said

While merchants here are fret- several rather serious conflicts o to cast a vote; to sing a song; to the read department chairman

ting about taking inventory and lay- arose. The I'm Alone case a few DID YOU EyER STOP TO THINK I help right some wrong; to practice "that the present administration
ing plans for the year 1932 every thrift; to send a. small gift; to
years ago caused a flareup of popular found hundreds of miles of roads
other resident of the lake region breathe and exercise; to scan the
and set
wrath. By Edson R. Waite graded. awaiting paving we
would do well to do likewise. We skies; to heed another's to
I cry;
about into roadsso
"The only real debate on the United States Senator James J. making them paved
do not need a book and pencil anda say a sweet goodbye; to study
serviceable -
that become
World Court today is not to answer Davis. of Pennsylvania. says: they would
long of machine poise; to repress a discordant noise
adding ,
pap- ; ."
'Yes' 'No' but only 'When' and "How unwise it is for parents to '. ",, ..JI.;
er In order to see that the Ever- to forget self as I walk abroad; to The "\ record also ""
'How'," answered James Grafton merely educate the brain of their three-y em-
glades has a, stock of merchandisethat serve a loving God; to lend and give of milesof
Rogers assistant secretary of state. children without also 'educating'their the grading 635.5.2
sell to the rest of the that you help'others to live.
we can may
roads of
that their and building 16,525
who with Elihu Root and Dr. hearts and hands so
world. We do'not need accountant Suppose we, wipe tears and
an away of concrete and 3751 feet
Vincent former president of intellectual perfection may be mel- bridges
to draw and loss George cast aside all fears walk the "
up a profit ; second -
will be
wooden "It
Rockefeller Foundation. pled the lowed and balanced by the spiritualand of bridges.' no-
statement to show us that we havea mile; have the heart of a child; ted." said. "that the state
Court at humanitarian guidance of the Bentley
of the World a recent -
"good will account" of marketable cause whistle and sing; forget the thistle
dinner in Philadelphia sponsored -j heart and. so that in case of adver- has practically ceased building tim-
value. All need is little and sting lift! another
we a mem- ; up ; some which have limited
the committee of foreign relations sity or necessity, gainful employ- berbridges a
of past events, clear in-sight by fallen brother make a heart glad
ory a ; ;
of the American Foundation.j ment may be obtained by the use of life, and is building reinforced con-
! of the present, and a peep into the one now so sad; bend low help the crete structures which have long .
hands skilled in trades or profes- ,
5\ future through an apeture already -Exchange. I sions. (po rbe strong to right another's endurance. '

, opened. 0 I wrong; fear no man, only God and arterial roads
I "In paving we are
We can recall two disasterous GETTING LOCATED I "In these high pressure days of I His plan.
----.-- efficiency and standardization (Continued on page three)
hurricanes that visited this sectionin some And, so each day. as we travel
1926 and 1928. Some of us will "Shay, pardon me' offisher. but I parents, seem to believe that the I life's highway, be as the "Kneeling I

F recall them with personal sadness, where am I?" education of their children begins I j Camel" of whom the poet sung: I

while others of "us will recall only "You're on the corner of Broad- and ends in our schools and universities -( "The camel at the close of day

the sadness these storms caused to way and Forty-second street." Children educated under such Kneels down upon the sandy plain

others. On looking about us on all "Cut out the details. What town environment often become intellec- To have his burden lifted off

sides we now see mounds of earth am I --Woofus. tual "Frankensteins'.. brilliant In And rest again.So .
.... o-- educational proficiency, but soulless -
. thrown
being up as a $9,000,000dike ;
is being built around Lake "TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY"By selfish and sodden In the per- thou shoulds't at night and early .

h Okeechobee. The dike is not com: Russell Kay formance of duties that go hand in morn

But to harbor hand with good citizenship and the That God
plete. we can cease may give the daily care

fears of a recurrence of such disas- You know when a fellow don't Commandment sof God. Assured that He no load too great
ters in knowing that the project will do a ccfkeyed thing but read one "The perfectly balanced educa- Will make thee bear." .1/II

be completed, even though the cost newspaper after another all daylong tional proficiency should comprise a I May you my friends. thus have

should exceed the amount already it takes a real wallop to get trinity of an educated head. educated and share during the coming year,I

appropriated. In the realization that him stirred up and excited over any- hands and an educated heart. "Happy Days" and "A ProsperousNew

... tbi
cr> Ui li.! >ed we can see unhampered George :Maddox of the Wildwood{ should assure its possessor of a I.

for the since editorial last successful and contentful life en- ,'
Everglades ,
tl many progress have withheld constructing Echo week turned that just out about an knocked me I riched by service extended for the ...."......'....._....._..........._.........................._...OOI. :........................-............,.....................................'.."......'.......

permanent homes in isolated sec- for a row of Chinese Admirals. welfare of his fellow man, his community -

r" tions of the lake region because of Believe it or not but George asks his state and our nation. Couch Turbine Pumps 1 1for

the fear that high waters might how come I don't toss my Eugenieinto I "Mrs. Davis and myself, parents I.

come to destroy the home they had the ring for governor? (Please of five children adhere to the old. ::

built. stand by while I gargle a couple I time-honored customs In educatingour ,
There was concern over the out- more Aspirin-Who was that said four girls and a boy. We supplement -
come of the Southern Sugar com- "Louder and funnier?" the educational progress Drainage and Irrigation

pany. It was In receivership and no I our children may be making at I I
Of course there ain't no good rea- -
one knew whether the vast school and in their religious instruction -
son why I shouldn't announce everybody -I ,
Industry would be continued given in our church, by Geo. W. Fowler Inc =
else has. but then I like to he ::::
because "times were hard" and family circle gatherings in our
different and why should I run. I've
money difficult to raise. Now that is: home. at which they are given spir- I Established 1904 *
1 got a job. Besides I got a sneakin'idea
past. We now see the United States itual guidance and are taught their MACHINE SHOP SALES
that it's gonna be a heck of a .
Sugar Corporation progressing along duties to their country their fellowman Phone
X 8169 West Palm Beach, Fla.
sight farther from Tampa to Talla- :s:
definite lines and amply financedfor I and their parents. And, in

years to come. When the first hassee than it was four years ago. holding to this policy, Mrs. Davis :N:..:NNNN:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:w-:..:..:..:..:NNNNN:.:NNMMNN:NNNNH:N:..:O.:NNNNNN:NN.

mention of a reorganization was George says if I would run he'dj I and I believe we shall be successful
bet I'd rank with the leaders. Good!
made there were many skeptics who ; in endowing each of our children
knowingly shook their heads and remarked grief ain't it rank enough now I with the trinity of educational per-

that it could not be done. with thirteen, (count 'em. no more fection. 1

"Money is too tight" they said, "to no less, at least for'the moment.)

1\ raise sufficient cash to carry on the candidates all pushin' and shovin'?

",...- activities." Even these skeptics You know one or two of us really NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX

r agreed that if business conditions ought to stay home and try to make DEED BUILDERS

throughout the country were a littlel enough money to pay taxes. ..

better a reorganization could be This thing was funny for awhile,. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. That

N". effected. Now we see the outcome. A but now it's g ttin' downright ser-:Ruth R. Beardsley No. 281 ,282 holder, 283 of 285.Tax Certificates and-

sound organization behind a sound ious, why it's darn near an epidemic. -.I 285 1-2 2nd day of Sept.. 1929. has filed WANTED
Industry with the experimental I think from now on every guy said certificates in my office and .
made application for tax deed to issue
stage passed as it now enters on the who announces for governor ought I thereon in accordance with law. Said'II I
growing phase of progress. to be quarantined or there's no certificates embrace the following described -II I "4
property situate in Hendry
With a view of grasping a wider tellin' where it will end. County, Florida to-wit: ., : .
outlook on business prospects let us And now we've got another guy I Block 208. Lot 24, Block 159, Lot ,'--"- ." ,"" ,"-,.''. ," ,
turn our attention to statements of at-large who announces that he's 1. Block 162, Lot 12. Block 176, I : ,::c ". ,:
Lots 22, and 36, all in the City of .
men of prominence. who have madea gonna run like a hydrant for congress Clewiston.The .

study of such forecasts. No one Mr Asher Frank, he's all wet assessment of said property un- !' Substantial inducements
man stands out In the public mindas and admits it himself. Now if WP der the said certificates issued was in I are
name of II. F. Bycroft Jr Theodore 'I
Roger W. Babson as a business can get him up on a stump we oughtto Gottlieb and Wm H. Kuhlman. I

forecaster.In hear some sure-enough flowing Unless said certificates shall be redeemed offered to relieve the
a recent bulletin Mr. Babson oratory. Probably Asher wants to according to law, tax deed will acute
issue thereon on the first day of February -I I
says, that froth employment and pay- go to Washington so he can Frank 1932.
rolls should increase to a consider- his mail. Well here's lookin' at you. Dated this 31st day of December, I housing shortage
now -
able extent by the end of the first and mud in your eye but I'm afraid 1931.! prevailing
quarter of 1932. Living costs also the gentlemen from Jacksonville Clerk of Circuit Court I

favor the worker, he says, and as will do a bit of toasting themselvesand Hcndry County, Florida. in Clewiston

the :year growl on. it will be easierto the fellow in Arcadia will give Jan. 1, 8, 15 22, 29.

find jobs. Commodity prices. this you a Bell of a race. I _

Btatlcian says, have reached the bottom You know thp Goodyear people .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-+:-:..:-+:..:..:..:.

with the recovery repeatedly been maldn' rubbers In Akron for I I .'.......................................................................... .......................
interrupted but generally speaking years and nobody paid any atten- I. fIf

prices will continue on the upward but connIe
tion to 'em. up hops a
trend through 1932.It of guys in New York who start mak- C. E. STEBELDealer

is, then, safe to say that after In' 'em and the whole darn country THE

taking, a glance at our 'inventory'we goeR nuts.Well. In

can give a sigh of relief as we London Bridge may be fall- General Electric Refrigerators

face the year 1932.o in' down my fair ladv but American i Electrochef Stoves CLEW IS TON COMPANY

Bridge is! going over like an airship.

PEACE-A STATE OF MIND with Horatio and just about everybody P Radios and Supplies PHONE 102

else stayin' up with it 'till Radio Repairing I
Two neighbors, we know, have midnight.But' ADMINISTRATION BUILDING CLEWISTON FLORIDA
vast lands that touch for 4000 miles. imagine Mr. Culbertson start- Pahokee Florida

Following the war of 1812 they said In' out to nlav a hundred and fifty I .

one to the other, "I trust you." To rubbers with his own wife. Who, :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:-:..:. .

prove it each one removed his bat- does he think he is Job or some .;W-:..: :..:-:..;..:-:..;-:..:-:..:..:-:-:-:..:..:..:..:..:..;. I .





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1 ,' Bill Gibbens and E. R. Theriot I 1 :MISS BUSH ENTERTAINS 'I of God.' .He wrote to help his read-I I who prefer sin and 'darknses to the 1

were: holiday visitors to Miami. 'I ers to believe in the divine Christ. light of right thought belief, service f

;. ); : Personal Mention Those enjoying a bridge party at and, in believing to have life (John! and salvation taught 'by Jesus.

the home of Mary Bush on Saturday ."
Phil Peterson : di-- :_ in Jacksonville.J. i night were Lily Merrel Wynn, Mary I The Gospel by John was written I II lesson appear to express thoughts.

,1 Louise Oglesby Mae Lily Stone .I several years later than either of principles and facts which are beyond -
" ".;" &; Bill Wallace was a Friday visitor A. Plunkett was a week end visitor Evelyn Hare. Betty Spicer, Laddie' the other three Mathew, Markor I I the power of the human intel- j
,.;:_, ''; y';j:, in West Palm Beach in Ft. Myers. Wallace, Tommie Hooks, Bobby l'I Luke. lect to grasp or understand. Faith
.; ':;,'f ,.: ;;.
J :
..... "'. Hare Aldon Wallace, Marvin Walton -
'i'r. and absolute trust in and accept-
This lesson begins with
';,t l. ?A' Jimmie Wolfe spent the holidays Dan Hansell motored to Sanfordfor and Van Bush. Refreshments ofj I[ of Jesus before his a birth description ance of God and of Jesus as his
"':: : in West Palm Beach. the. fruit punch and cakes were served. i'' Son
: holidays ,and incarnaton as a human being. seem to be necessary to giveus
:;';:i 1 High prize was won by Bobby Hare
conception of the
I "In the beginning was the Word, any : ,
;: S. J. Rozier of Winter Haven was H. R. Hall was a business visitor: and consolation by Mae Lily Stone. :and the Word was with God and I of the terms used. I

in Clewiston recently on business.F. in West Palm Beach Thursday. I,the Word was God. The same was I With verse 6 the lesson turns
in the beginning with God. All: from Jesus to John the Baptist as
Grantham the week HONOR GUEST AT PARTY '
B. Mills of Moore Haven was spent things were made by him and the witness of Christ's coming and
in Clewiston on business Monday. end. in Ft .Myers visiting friends. without him was not" any thing I identity. "There was a man sent
]I Miss Mary Bush entertained witha
made that was made." from God, whose name was John.
: dancing party at her home in the
J. A. Purcell of New Orleans was
Joe Cato motored to Arcadia last I Hooker apartments honoring Miss "In the beginning," that is before' The same came for a witness, to
y '{ a recent business visitor: in Clewistop. the work of bear witness of the that all
Creation light.
began described
week. the : as -
where .he spent holidays. Margie Harvel who attends schoolin
in Genesis, "In the begin- men through him might believe.He .
I ,' Miami and is visiting here dur- '
ning God created the heaven and' was not that Light, but was
k, r :Milton Kohu. of Albany, Ga., was I Phillip Foster of Savannah, Ga.. ing Christmas holidays. Those enjoying "
I I the earth. The "Word" this sent to bear witness of that Light.
.: among out-of-town visitors here this, transacted business here early this dancing were Betty Spicer '
I i word was used in the Hebrew lan- John the Baptist gave such tes-
week. 'week. Evelyn Hare, Mae Lily Stone, Emma
Laura Bethea Annie Mathis. Lida guage for God. When applied hereto timony as "Behold the Lamb of
I r Jesus it describes him as God, God, which taketh away the sin of
Wallace Lily Merrel Wynn. Mary
Foy Durrance spent the Christmas J. F. Wood of Richmond, Va..
as infinite as part of the God Head; the World: I saw, and bare record -
i! Louise Oglesby .Boncile Stone. Mary
' 4 holidays in Ft. Myers visiting relatives was a recent business visitor in
kta As equal to God. and "
as being that this is the Son of God.
Clewiston. Bush, Halson Avant. Bobby Hare.I
eternal. the Son of God. and equal Again speaking of Jesus our
I I I I Aldon Wallace, Tommie Hooks,
'.': with the father. The "All:
phrase lesson
says. "He came unto his
,;" Morris Gold of Greenville, S. C.. Steve Fletcher, Merril Lowe. Billl 1
Keith Hartsfield visited relatives: I
things were made him.
by refers and him
own his own received not.
;; Wallace, Casey Jones. Van Bush.
in Ft. Myers during the Christmas was among the out-of-town visitors and I to the equality of, Jesus with God But as many as received him. to
:here this week. I Mr. Mrs. W. C. Hooker, Mr.
holidays.Mr. the Father, and his associationwith them to the
and MrsF. Reichman.. Mr. and gave he power become
Mr. and MrsA.A. Munroe Miss I,I,1\Irs. John Elmore Mr. and Mrs. the Father in the Creation."In sons of God even to them that be-
and Mrs. H. C., Jones motored Frances Munroe and Campbell Nail! Harold Webb. Miss Bush was as- him was life: and the life lieve on- his name:" "To become the I.

to Jacksonville where they spent attended the theatre in West Palm sisted in serving by her mother, was the light of men. And the Sons of God" is equivalent' to securing -
the Christmas Holidays. Beach night. Mrs F. Maxwell. light shineth in darkness: and the salvation. i
I darkness comprehended it not." "And of his fulness have all we

', Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Simpson and Miss Bonciel Stone and Casey 1026 MILES OF HIGHWAY Christ is the source of religious received and grace for grace. For

Noyce Griffin were week ,end visit- Jones attended the theatre in West BUILT IN THREE YEARS,saving light the light of Salva- the law was given by Moses. but
grace and truth came by Jesus
ors to Miami. tion.The
Palm Beach Friday night. I "darkness"
/ (Continued from'page two) probably refersto Christ.
the sin in the world and those (Continued on Page 4)
Mrs. Gus McGhee and Miss Eve- Andrew Beery spent the Christ using almost exclusively high type

lyn Hare were Wednesday visitorsto mas holidays with relatives at his construction-concrete or its equiv- -

West Palm Beach. home in Savannah, Ga. alent. A few years ago the state was ':":" ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.. -:..:--:..:+:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.. :..:..:..:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:
building sixteen-foot width pave-

Carl Magaha spent Christmas In Mr. and Mrs. George Augur and 'ments, then went to eighteen feet. I'I
Ft. Myers visiting his parents. Mr. daughter, Jean spent the Christmas; Now we build nothing less than

4 and Mrs. E. M.-:Magaha.: 1 holidays in Jacksonville. I shoulders twenty-foot on widths.each of Also the the pavementare earth I IT IS THE RULE :

Miss: Eleanor Wintle and Miss Van Cothern and Robert Hare being built wider and flatter, as

Kathryn Deam were Wednesday vis- motored to Ft. Myers Sunday. Miss I an additional factor of safety for i AND NOT THE EXCEPTIONTHE

itors to West Palm Beach. Elsie Hare returned to Clewiston the motorist.

with them Sunday evening. I I "In the sixteen years the road
John Formey of Canal Point. I department has been operating we

spent Christmas 'in Clewiston visit- Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Boggs Jr. i I have built 437 miles of concrete I

ing Mr. and Mrs., J. F. Tippey.Mr. were holiday visitors in St. Peters- road. Of' this total 170 miles were
burg as guests of relatives. during the past three years.

and Mrs. Hubert Land and .----- "Three years ago only 3.000 milesof SUPERIOR TYPE OF SERVICE FOUND AT THE CLEW-

Miss Marcia Avant attended the the- Miss Myrtle Schiller of Winter roads were being maintained by ISTON INN IS THE RULE RATHER THAN THE EXCEPt
atre in Pahokee Friday night. Haven spent the holidays here visiting -' the '''state road department Today I TION-
:. her sister Miss Clara Schiller. more than 5,000 miles are under

Mr. and Mrs. I. 'M. Pafford and ,i I its maintenance. B

dau; '. 'er. Anna, motored to Miami. H. L. Lapp and Jack Barrett of "Of course, with a much smaller '
: where they spent the past week end. Pahokee were in Clewiston Sundayto I income in sight for the next two 8 PEOPLE COMING' CLEWISTON APPRECIATE THE n

, 1 enjoy playing golf on the local I years we will not be able to carryon INVIGORATING BREEZES THAT FLOAT INTO THE INN

Mrs. Lloyd Lilley and,, daughter; course. our construction program on the FROM LAKE OKEECHOBEE. AND THE EXCELLENT Ii
Louise of Moore Haven were visit same scale as heretofore; but will '
ors in Clewiston. a short time Mon- Mr. and Mrs. Dick Gibbons, of: do all that our means allows towards -
\'o day. I Canal Point, were visitors here during -' completing the system of PLACE TO RESIDE.

: the Christmas holidays. state highways."
I Bill Hamilton, Guy Dorough, and The table of mileage paved duringthe i

John Hamil&tn motored to Tampa Dr. J. W. Ezelle left last week for three-year period. and type of i ..

last week where they spent Christ- Graceville. Fla., where he spent the povement. as given out by the department '

mas. holidays visiting his parents.G. follows: iI
Concrete 170.25 miles; Bituminous THE CLEWISTON INN' I
Stewart Gus Mc- Concrete. 15.46; Rock Base
Mrs. E. L. Mrs. C. Kilgore, manager of Bill-
Ghee and Miss Dorothea Moorman business Surface Treated.. 569.22; Sand Clay
roy's Comedians was a
; spent Monday in West Palm Beach. itor in Clewiston for a few VS-I Surface Treated. 114.13; ''Mac- On The Shore of Lake Okeechobee

I shopping. this week. I asphalt, 18.82; Sand Asphalt, 62.75; I I.j"O.
II Asphalt Block, .50; Sand ,Clay. -

f ]Mrand Mrs. C. E. Minor and Frank Hirsch of West Palm 7560. A total of 1026.73 miles.

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son spent the Christmas holidaysin Beach, arrived here Saturday to .N.N.N.N.SM.W. .. ...2M4..M.%...........N.NN. .N.N.NNNNNN. . .N.N.N.N... ....N.N.N.N.N.N.M.N.N....N.N.NIN. .NN. .N.N.N..
Ft. Myers visiting friends and spend a few days visiting Mr. and

i relatives. Mrs. J. F. Tippey.Mr. tmbap ikfjool

.; C. Nelson. representing the Jack- and Mrs. J. K. Baker and bon DELICIOUS MEALSAT
sonville office, of the U- S. engineers: daughter, Betty and Miss Jo Hogan

t f was a business visitor here early returned to Clewiston the early I

j .!' this week. I( part of the week from Fairfax, S. FOR JANUARY 3, 1932 REASONABLE PRICES
\, where they spent the holidays- C"I I
Mrs? C. L. Downs and Troy Pur- SUBJECT: The Son of God be- New equipment has been installed ,

yea/returned Sunday night from a Miss Jane Crawford. Jack Robsonof comes Man.GOLDEN. : in our new location in the Hopkins :\

,pleasant: : week end spent in Sarasota Palm Beach, and William Garnerof I TEXT: "He that hath Building but the same excellent

( '.and Tampa. Sanford' were Monday visitors in seen me hath seen the Father." service you found at the Civic Cen-
..bJ, <.... Clewiston.Mrs. :John 14:9.LESSON. ter Cafe will be found here-
: Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Redelsheimerand ..-- I TEXT: John 1: 1-18.
son. Billy, returned Sunday W. C. Hanson and son. Billy I TIME: B. C5; Place. Birth
1 from Jacksonville where they spent of West Palm Beach, were Tues- of Jesus at Bethlehem and Gospelby Hopkins Bldg. Mrs. Mary Stokes, Prop.RESOLVED .

I the holidays. day visitors in Clewiston. Billy will John written at Ephesus.

1 1 spend a few days visiting Mr. and INTRODUCTION: "John was

Miss LaVon 'Parker of Belle Mrs. F. M. Wright. probably the youngest of the
',.;,' Blade and Miss Betty Willets of twelve disciples. He may have [.:'7--- If;:: "I,; "_ K-M

,- '.,':'..: South Bay. were in Clewiston shop- Miss Gertrude Callen of Tampa been less than twenty years old

; .,;:':':-- ping Monday. is visiting her parents. Mr. and I when he began following Jesus.
; Mrs. A. J. Callen for the holidays.,1 j After John the Baptist pointed to THAT

. J -;, Mr. and Mrs S. Rosenburg of I Miss Callen is a teacher in the,Jesus as the Lamb of God. John : I

;',; ,;;. plant City have moved to Clewistonto Tampa public schools I followed Jesus to his lodging place
;E '. their home. They are proprietors ,
,. to make --- remained with him over night and
: i of the Clewiston bakery. O K. Fletcher, Florida chief of in the morning was ready to accept THE CLEWISTON OA'FEVILL
', 'S"':,.. ',:/ the H. C. Nutting company was in him as the Messiah. CONTINUE TO GIVE YOU THE

,;,I ,p;.,::' J. C. Storey and son. Henry: formerly Clewiston on business Monday. The John became one of the inner cir- VERY BEST OF SERVICE AND
:":'''' J .....>":i.f ': of Clewiston. of Miami, were Nutting company has recently complEted cle of three disciples whom Jesus DELICIOUS MEALS ALL DURING
. ifi." : in Clewiston Tuesday visiting two core drilling contracts on selected for special training. and THE YEAH 1902 AND RENDER
:: :,4W.frinds.. Henry is attending Presbyterian the dike work near here. of the three John seems to have EVEN BETTER SERVICE AT ALL

,.' \' college in Clinton. S. C. been the most intimate with his TIMES
:' J t MR. AND MRS. HOOKER Master.At .
'3 ;' Miss Clara Peters of ,.-JVashlngton ENTERTAIN WITH DINNER least four things made John

,,/: .. ton D. C., arrived in Clewiston last eminently fitted to write the Gospel Best Wishes tor a Happy
,I week to spend the Christmas holidays Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hooker en- which has become the best loved
y .. with Mr. and Mrs. August tertained a number of their friends book in the world and the most and New
'! Burnichter. last Thursday evening at the Wa- sublime of all literature, (1) John's
/ I
v :;
.: ..:::. ,. I tanabe hotel with a barbecue din- youth with its openmindedness; (2)) Year To All !
: i': Mike Burgerson returned Sunday ner. Later in, the evening dancingwas his most intimate relationship with
"".'';!'from Charleston, S. Cwhere he enjoyed. Among guests were Jesus; (3) his heart filled with love

], ';;,:spent the Christmas holidays. Dirs.f Mr. and Mrs.,.T. V. Watson. Major which can see farther into the c.

,)'" ,:. ..;:-, Burgerson and daughter returned and Mrs. C. C. Wilson, Mr. and I deep mysteries of personality and
'. ," with him to make their home in Mrs W. C. Owen Mr. and Mrs. character than can cold-hearted in-

Clewiston. E. Kelley, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. E'j tellectualism; and ((4) the lengthening CLEWISTON CAFE
art. Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Shelley, of his life far down into the
Paul Deam was .in Moore Haven and Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, Mrand years when all the other apostles
, '-.r, and LaBelle Wednesday purchasing Mrs. C. L. Downs Miss Elsie Hare, had died. SUGAULAND HIGHWAY AT FRANCESCO STREET

:., ,':' automobile license tags for the fleet Miss Bonciel Stone. Miss Dorothy John's Gospel was written to
',:- of cars of the United ,!States Sugar Moorman, and Messrs. Van Cothern, show that the human Jesus was at
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keting during the year, and try to SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON
most wholly of coral rock. Floridais
THIRD SEssioN OF have cur crops coming on the mar- Vesper Services To a state of surprises and as one
ket at a time when they will bring om
( page 3) travels over it or studies it, he is
good prices. Be Held January 3; The Law gave Justice but impressed with the little known resources -

LEGISLATURE MAY We should' of course give our chil- a Grace gives pardon. If you could that crop out in many sec-
i, best chance possible. Highlands Hammock -
" dren the very live a perfect life. doing no wrong, tions.-Avon Park Times.One' '
and should them in their I ,
encourage I
you might be justified and saved
club work which will help to make
I under the law, but, if you violate
Sebring, Dec. 30.
good farmers and farm women out the law In Life and PrinciplesThere
any particular commitone
The first of a series of serv
where there vesper '
of them., In counties
who tend to
are people shape
1! STATE REVENUE FALLS SHOROF T ices during the winter season in wrong, then only the grace 'I
should keep in touch
are agents. we i furnished through Christ wipe their lives In accordance with definite
AMOUNT EXPECTED Highlands Hammock the 2100 acre
, with our agents arid let them help I principles and others who prefer ro
, GOVERNOR SAYS II I tropical park, will be held at 3 p. out that wrong, or sin, from the
us. adjust their principles to the contingencies -
record and give Salvation.
I you
r--- m. Sunday, January 3. Rev. Dr.
of their own particular fate
i Tallahassee. Threat of a third Lewis Seymour Mudge of Philadelphia -
In both cases, nil that is lnvolve'1 13
, extra session of the legislature is 'Facts About moderator and chief permanent FLORIDA ROCK an effort to make life as comfortable
seen in the statement of Governor executive of the Presbyterian -]!
I as possible; while the Important
I Doyle Carlton that he only can hope church in the United States
! Florida rock is to be used in the thing Is to face each new experience
I a return of the solons to Tallahassee Tuberculosis who is making his headquarters at or'
without ,
construction of the new federal prejudices assumptions
{E may be avoided. Harder Hall will deliver the ser-
even at the risk of continual mistakes.
building at Miami which will be r
Such was understood generally to mon. Dr. Mudge will also conductthe Vanity
-Arthur Kali
I built at a cost exceeding two million Schnlf/.lei In
I, be the status of additional legislative (This column is sponsored by the I services at the same hour on
days when the house and senate Florida: Medical association. These:I January 10. Speakers of, national dollars. That may sound strange to I Amber

J- ended their second extra sesion, last articles are intended to be of distinct -i I i prominence are being secured for those not knowing Florida's infinite
variety and who because they are Amber, a fossilized resin
at which may legislators Florida, services.
July, time help to the citizen sof subsequent
familiar only with the interior of hard, brittle
would be recalled translucent and yellow-
expressed belief they from an authoritative source. Inquiries I
winter. The former road Into the Hammock -(i the state did not know that build- brown in color Is easily electrified by
t' the capitol before :
to will be welcomed and
I I has been surfaced and will be ing stone may ,be quarried in inex-I friction. This Is regarded as the first
disappointinglysmall answered if addressed to
With income promptly I
opened today. The improvement will haustible quantities along the low- electrical phenomenon to have been
from the new revenue sources the Florida Medical Association,i I
r make the virginal tract accessible to er east coast, and on the Keys- observed ind was remarked by the
adopted last summer after much debate Jacksonville Florida.) i I thousands.The I the later. In fact, being composed al-I early Grsks."XMXK .
Governor Carlton say only One out of eighteen persons in '
I', dedicated this . . . . . .
park early .
the most stringent retrenchmentwill Florida dies of tuberculosis. Your I I.N NZN.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N. N XMX"X N X* I I iyear, was purchased in 1930 at a
carry state functions along on chance of being one of these depends -, ?
present finances. and even econo-I on your parents your mode of cost of $25.000 by the late Mrs. Ii: TWO WEEKS AT FLORIDA'S =:

mies adopted and proposed may not and maintaining good Margaret Roebling and presen'tedby
living your a :
=' be enough to avoid bringing back general condition of health. her to the county. The Roebling : FOREMOST HEALTH INSTITUTION :::

R' that it seek family has since contributed an ad-
,the legislature may
funds. The cause of tuberculosis is a ditional $165.000 for its preserva- :_ The only 50000.00 Baths in Florida, with separate departments :
: other ways of raising minute germ called the tubercle tion and the construction of roadsto .:, for men and womengiving thorough drugless treatments that.

l Since the solons went home in bacillus which is found in most and within the Hammock; a six- .; comprise modern methods of restoring health with decisive results s:

i July, approximately $500,000 has I parts of the civilized world. These mile fence and firebreak to protectthe at astonishingly low rates. ..;.
e been sliced from the general revenue scattered who t ,
germs are by persons (
park from fire and cattle hazards -
fund. originally expected to be have tuberculosis: who carelessly ; 'Excellent hotel accomodations, baths, treating rooms sun baths :::

I given but $4.500.000This has been cough in children's faces and thus and for other improvements. :t and gymnasium under one roof. House physician in attendance .},

ettected:: through salary reductions convey the disease from the sick Rex Beach" is president of the t- always. Tiled mineral water pool adjoining baths. ::;

4 II at most of the state institutions. according adult to the well child. This child I Highlands Hammock corporation t Treatments recommended- Stomach disorders, Eczema, Sk'11l..:::

{ to Governor Carlton, in addition then gets what we call a tuberculosis which sponsors the project. In a ._ Eruptions, Kidney Diseases, Neuritis. Arthritis, Rheumatic and :

! to curtailment o fother oper- infection. This infection cannot be recent article Mr. Beach describedthe :f. liver Disorder. :

ating expenses. demonstrated by a physical exami-I Hammock as "a natural arboretum :f *
contains Write for free descriptive folder
I Those institutions which not already nation of the lungs but can be detected of enchanting beauty. It -

) have been cut. Governor easily by the tuberculin test. thousands of palms oaks, elms t. DR. BARTH'S HOTEL AND ,BATHS ::

Carlton indicates will be called A child who is infected with tuber- pines, cypresses, sweet gums and A .. '
ii maples. vines, plants and shrubs, :: One Spring Boulevard ..
immedia does
..1 upon ,to readjust finances culosis germs not necessarilyget
tely.: Some additional money may be the disease; as a'matter of fact and much of' 'the tangle of tropical I :.i' SAFETY HARBOR, FLORIDA :S i

obtained from state fee offices, all only about one per cent of them do.I The undergrowth tract is dotted is of with a rare lagoons variety.anda .:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..y:
' of which now are operating with a and those who later develop tuberculosis -
savings in their budgets. This sur- do so because they get run water bird rendevouz and it has

f plus may be transferred to the general down in early adult life throughover been set aside as a bird and game I' <.:- -.c.<"Y":"''<<'':'' --:+ C''XK+X '('''...."X***<**'*efr****<

revenue and later repaid. work. unsuitable or insufficientfood sanctuary. f AA

I The state's two chief revenue poor living conditions and oth-I Y I

I sources, gasoline tax and automobile er factors that reduce their resistance AUTO BUILDER TO LAUNCH

4 license tax, are returned in large so that they cannot overcome NATIONAL SALES CAMPAIGN JI BREADMADE :

part to the counties, $13,000.000 of the infection that is lying dormantin

; these funds going directly back to their bodies. I
I Detroit, Dec. 30 -The Chevrolet
the counties. The chief executive de- The greatest menace to a child is : )
Motor 'company next week will WITH MILK[ :i:
' clared these taxes can not be con- sleeping with a parent or other
launch a nationwide series of sales
adult who has tuberculosis. The
sidered state levy. V
meetings which will bring together ._. _
next greatest factor in the spreadof
adoptedby .. ?
New revenue measures during the next, two months 50,000 ., ::
tuberculosis is careless
the spit-
cite: legislature will fall short by salesmen, dealers, associated bank- ,
than $1,000.000 of producing ter who scatters tuberculosis germs ;; '' ,: 'L?
more and ers, zone and region officials. and ji ?:! !
I whatas expected of them by the all through the house. Kissing central office executives- .
of children tuberculosis .
fondling by -
representatives Governor, Carlton :" \1t:
said. Among these are the documen- individuals cause the child to absorb Attendance will shatter all pre- :x: In moving into Clewiston and operating :!:

taxes, each the germs which may developin vious records. This will be due pri- .
and corporation
tary ;s; Clewiston
Blaking company -
short 500.000 and the chain store later life and cause tuberculosis marily to the fact that, retail sales- .:" Yi

tax. still in litigation."We disease. men and dealers are being convened .!. we are becoming a part of thecommunity. i;.

Persons must be educated to pre- at the same time. Last year, dealer :i: .
retrench- We are here to render
can only, hope our : .:
meetings held in November, ."
vent the scattering of infection to
ments will relieve necessity" of call- children. If this could be done we{ and salesmen meetings in April. :k: a service by giving ron daily FRESH s:!:
ing another session. Governor :
Carlton said, "but the state duties could stamp out the disease in a I The purpose of this year's assembly ;t; BREAD that is made with pure :!: i

must be carried out." generation. Already the death rate I I is to enlist the aid of dealers :::: fresh milk from the Clewiston 1::
from tuberculosis is being reduced in better management for 1932 : I
year by year and persons in a position ::: Dairy. )
SOME GOOD PRACTICES TO ( and to suggest 10 salesmen ways of : ::
, ... to know prophesy that the i
WHICH FARMERS SHOULD I 1 yr&sentiug: the new Chevrolet Six r
GIVE ATTENTION IN 1932. disease will be reduced by onethirdin to the public. The most modern tf

--.- I the next ten years; j merchandising methods will be explained X I

By Spuds Johnson Our greatest efforts must be!i in the most modern manner f ._

There are a number of things I along the line of educating persons' Y ,:.*

that will help us in our farming in! with tuberculosis to take care of I Starting January 5, four groupsof y .
1932 and that should be given con- their sputum and to guard their
officials from the home office. :: Clewiston Baking"Company l
coughing. To do this we must discover -
sideration near the first of the year each accompanied by a carload of
when we are making our plans for! who has tuberculosis. Discov- theatrical equipment, stage hands ;f; S. & R. Props. ::

the :year. To mention all 'of them; ering tuberculosis early is the only and electricians, will hold 50 meet- Y Y |
would hardly be possible in one i method of effecting a cure so that Y
in cities.
ings as many key Y ..
I early diagnosis confers a two-fold _
_, short article and. too, there are Y S. S
certain local which farm benefit; it assures the patient of H. J. Klingler, vice-president and -.... .. .. *
problems :: ; :+o-< : *XXX' XK">X"X"X"X"X"X"X* ers in each section should study. getting well and prevents the general sales manager, will super- \

However, a few general thoughts! spread of the disease to others. Getting vise the meetings. Assistant sales ":..:.. :..:..:.(..:............".."......................".........................................................................................."..,.:""......-..,. .
are given here. I well however takes a long time executives will have charge of the :: ...

The supply of soil moisture is and no person should consider him- I four groups. These executives are

one of the determining factors in I self cured until five years after all D. E. Ralston, assistant general

the success or failure of our farm :I symptoms have disappeared, and I sales manager; W. E- Holler, assist- I 1 i iy

crops. Of course we cannot regulate even then he should maintain a pro- ant general sales manager; M. D. WATCH AND PREPARE

the rainfall, but we can:help to con-: per standard of living, so that his Douglas general. parts and service

serve moisture for a dry period. resistence will not become loweredto I manager and W. G. Lewellen. sales

Nothing will determine the capacityof I allow the disease to overcome promotion manager. .:. .:. I
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the soil for water him. .t" ""
holding more '" .' .
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than vegetable matter or humus Persons with loss of weight, tir- Start the new year by subscrib- ::: WATCH AND PREPARE FOR ::.. I[
which is decayed vegetable matter. ed feeling, chronic cough and other ,
for home-town anda
your paper
Warm winters and abundance of evidence of lack of well being farm ."
good journel.
rains at certain seasons result in a should consult their family physi- :: WHICH IS TO START +;
rapid depletion of humus and veg- cians and have a thorough examina- I : LATER IN THE MONTH. IT WILL :;_:

etable matter in our soils. We", needto tion. Do not" wait until the neighbors walked across the floor. A note B E ANOTHER INTERESTING f S

keep growing legumes on our whisper among themselves that you dropped out nearby. It "said: "To :: TOURNAMENT IN WHICH ALL :: ,
lands to supply vegetable matter. have tuberculosis. my pal. Merry Christmas. Meow." .. s I
MAY PLAY. ;% '
These legume crops also gather ni-
Lipphard said if possible he i I
trogen from the air and help to PARTY BURGLAR SENDS !
would reply to "The Cat." sendinghim t '
keep our soil rich. They make our CHRISTMAS PACKAGETO Ij I

soil easier to cultivate, and furnish DETECTIVE CHIEFSt. jail. a New Year's card to the city :: Enjoy the Pleasures of the :: !

for plants. Our crop rotation ..
plans should include all the legume Petersburg. Dec. 26.-A so- Ei:!'.... "'{ -- :i: Clewiston Course \

crops possible. ciety burglar whom police have lab- SAME SERVICE __ ::, (
:More hay and home-grown feeds eled "The Cat." because of his ; .. @:

are greatly needed to help reduce nightly forays on homes where par- NEW LOCATIONNolon .X: f:
the ties in !" REASONABLE GREEN FEES, .:.
cost of keeping farm animals are progress. was being e
and livestock. There are a ,numberof sought with more vigor than ever B. Conner, formerly located :;: VISITORS WELCOME :*:
in the Civic Center Barber y :
legume crops that make good tonight.It .

hay, and we should use them. all came 'about as the. result of Shop, may now be found at y y V

The low prices of farm products a Christmas present received by Detective SHORTY MUSGRAVES Barber' s

make it necessary that each laborer Chief E. E. Lipphard of the Shop in theALSTON- |

raise a large quantity of produce. police department. Lipphard and DUIJ{ DING

The production per laborer can be his men have been chasing "TheCat" Where the Same Efficient _: Clewiston G01f Course | '

raised in a large measure by the use for three weeks. Service May be Had ,

of better farm machinery and .more; Today Lipphard opened a neatly Nolon B. Conner .V

of it.We wrapped package and a large black } i

should give attention to mar- mechanical cat Jumped out and .t :..:..:OOwx+:OOO'.H..:+ -..:..:+:..: :..:.:..:..:..:-:..:..:K..X".rrO'r:0F (..:..: :..:.(.

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