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Title: The Clewiston news
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Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: January 8, 1932
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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CLEWISTON, FLORIDA FRIDAY
JANUARY 8, 1932 FIVE CENTS PER COPY
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a, i f 260 VISITORS SEE I I LEGION INSTALL: MEETS NEW TUESDAY POST OFFICERS TO I The Financial Progress of the CommonwealthOf BUILDING STARTED


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Installation of officers of the
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; : SUGAR ACTIVITIES Clewiston Post of the American Florida FOR PRISON FARM
' I Legion will take place Tuesday
; c ON night at the Clewiston Inn at 8:30.: o ,
\;: /_' TRIP YESTERDAY retiring commander, W. COwen' By W. H. Parsons Jr. Foreign Commerce of these six NEAR I BELLE GLADE

.... i"';', stated early this week. Having been a resident of Florida ports in 1927 was $139,463,002.00and I
; ," .' ':.,' :,';T "ALL EVERGLADES" TOUR ENDS Officers to be installed, electedat I for the past twenty years and engaged has shown an increase each !
, : "r;; ,: :.- a recent meeting of the post are: for the greater part of the year.The I SURPLUS FARM PRODUCE TO BE
.. WITH VIEW OF SUGAR INDUSTRY last decade in the purchase world looks CANNED FOR LATER
\. ': J. A. McGehee, commander; J. E. and upon Florida as USE
... "<:\: HERE Beardsley vice commander; B. A. sale of Municipal Bonds originatingin a great citrus producing state, and I I BY INSTITUTIONS
\' ::," t. '" Bourne.. adjutant; F. D. Duff his- every section of the state; becauseof while this .is essentially true, its I
Approximately 260 persons from. my intimate acquaintance with population is far from Construction work the
torian; D. B. Allen chaplain; C. H. being dependent on first
:,', i. :';':'.-,> :: Lake Worth formed a motorcade Into Berner and E. B. Butler, sergeants- the state and its people I feel competent -i upon citrus fruits for a livli- building for the Everglades prison
. :;: Clewiston on their tour of Everglades at-arms. to quote the following facts I. hood. The value of the citrus crop farm north of Belle Glade. whichis
a <:i; farming activities yesterday.II and figures to show the remarkable is in the neighborhood of 60.000 to supply vegetables for 1800 inmates -
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- > : They were officially greeted here by strides that have been made by this.! 000.00 annually and the quality and of state institutions was start-
: f -,' F. Deane Duff. mayor: and were es DOWNS' LEASE INN commonwealth in taking its place''I flavor cannot be equalled. Florida ed this week under supervision of
corted through the mill of the ; 1 A. R. '
among the progressive states of the citrus fruit, because it contains an Richardson representative of
f ..... United States Sugar Corporation Union and the reason that such progress average of one-fourth more juice the trustees of the Internal Im-
f here. ACTUAL CONTROL INi I was possible aside from the I I content is in constant demand for provement board of the state.
The tour was sponsored by the farsightedness of her citizenry and I canning purposes as well as for Mr. Richardson praised the plans
Lake Worth chamber of commerce her recognized climatic advantages. table use in fresh fruit form. Flor- which is believed to be a move that _
i and Included a trip through the i EFFECT TOMORROW I Florida has a total of 7,517 industries ida has an aundance of raw materials will save the state a vast annual ,

::1 farming territory surrounding the now functioning in the ,. such as timber. minerals. fibers. amount paid for vegetables to feedinmates
J east and south shores of Lake Okee- state. These manufacture annually tobacco, sugar cane, fruits and vegetables of state institutions. ,J,
J chobee. While on the trip the 260 t j FORMER' WATANABE OWNERS products valued at more than $250- for canning (rapid stridesare About \
100 inmates of the state ,\
J. residents and tourists of the east I ASSU CONTROL. OF POP- 000,000. Manufacturing has ,showna r being made in this industry and prison at Raiford will be transfer- J,'
.J, coast city were shown the thousandsof ULAR HOTEL HERE remarkable growth in recent I already Florida leads the world in red to the Belle Glade farm to carry -
bean pickers at work: gathering i j years, the increase having been I I the canning 6f Citrus fruits and
on
P': the most garden of The Inn, beautiful 55 { more than 300 I! I farming activities on the rich
important crop per cent in the last juices.) Tung oil production has avery muck land in the Everglades-
the Everglades. They saw the thriving -II room hotel here was this week leas-I I r decade. : promising '''future. I After
the first
buildings erect-
are
1 towns of Pahokee and Belle ed from the Clewiston I Florida leads the nation in the The population of Florida at the ed convict
1 I Glade before they arrived at Clew-, Air and Mrs Claude Downs. former j I production of Fullers Earth. last government census was 1,468- to labor will be brought in
complete the work of
i )::;ton.I I proprietors of the Watanabe Hotel Florida produces more than 841 635, a gain of 51 per cent over 1920 quarters building
a hall.
I On their way: into Clewiston the I here. Mr. and Mrs. Downs will as- I per' cent of the phosphate of census figures. aftd other buildings.The mess guards home

j; visitors saw the gigantic cane harvesting -sume active management of. the Inn ca. the value of which at the Ameri-j The Federal Public Building pro- state will ship fresh veget-

machines at work in the Saturday morning. : was nearly 10000000.00 year.I gram proposed under the $415,000- ables to institutions under state
The Clewiston Inn has Florida waters yield I 000.00 authorization under Act
a vast sugar cane fields stretching proved one enormous approved control and will also supply a can-
1 around the south side of the lake. of the most popular hotels in the quantities of fish each year and a I May 25. 1926. February 24. ning plant with surplus which ,will
Here they were shown and explained Everglades since its construction in good sized industry is based upon 1928. March 31. 1930. and February be 'canned for later use by the
'1 the working parts of the mill 1925. Built entirely of Celotex the her fisheries. More than 137000./ 16- 1931. gives Florida a total of public institutions.. It is nlanned to
a where the cane is transformed into Inn is one of the most substantial 000 pounds were caught last year $946000000. This does not includethe purchase additional vegetables for

1 ) sugar. buildings of this section. Shortly af- the wholesale value of which was I f new million dollar government use of the state institutions from
1 Similiar welcomes were given at ter its construction the Inn weathered $20,000,000.00.The hospital, to be built in Pinellas i Everglades farmers, in case the
.: other towns included on their All- the hurricane of 1926 which devastated state has the largest winter county at once. farm 'does not supply a sufficient
Everglades inspection tour. I I many buildings thought to strawberry market in the world. The The War Department appropriation quantity.

!i 'M. U. Mounts, county agricultural I be more substantial than the cane value of last year's crop was approx Act of February 23, 1931, allots Feed stuffs for livestock used at
fibre buildings here. It came throughthe imately $6.000.000.00.Florida's 2345000.00 more to Floridafor
agent of Palm Beach county. L. T. other institutions will also be cul-
storm of 1926 unscarred. The vegetablq and non-cit- Harbors and Streams.
McGee, Lake Worth city attorney; tivated on the Belle Glade farm.LOVVORN .
,' 4 George M. Fuquay. president of the high winds and waters that year wasa lus crop is valued at $37,000,000-00 Federal Aid for Florida Roads
chamber of commerce were included most severe test for any. construc- annually and to date this year has: and Bridges since 1917 amounts tot
' list those shipped over 94,000 cars of fruit t:| 1326388000.
in the long of makingthe tion.The l WINS CUP
trip.KIRBY. Inn has always been the and vegetables on less than 300,000 11 Florida Is one of the few statesI
Clewiston home of celebrities visit I. acres under cultivation. I I which has no bonded indebtedness

ing the city since its construction. Over 50.000.000 pounds of ra land r due to her constitution and leg- .IN LEGiON TOURNEY
LOSES BOUT Edison. Hoover and Firestone are sugar was produced last year in ijislative L i policy has no state wide
but a few of the many; notables who Florida. road indebtedness-
have ,been guests of this hotel.In The lumber industry in Florida is Florida has placed the whole (By A .Herbert Blate)
TO LAKELAND BOY taking over the Inn Mrs of vast and vital importance to her. burden on its counties. As fas as Playing his usual consistent game.
.. ), Downs sa'ys she will continue to Today there are sixteen forest de the taxpayers are concerned there is Charlie Lovvorn defeated Jack
: conduct it on the highest plane of pendent industries and trades in.1! no difference but the result: hasbeen Barrett of Pahokee to win the 1931
; Buddy Purvis. 147 pound pugilist comfort and efficiency. The many Florida. The value of the productsof i I that on the surface it wouldappear American Legion Golf Tournament -
I ,. from Lakeland emerged victorious friends of Mrs. Downs and of the these industries amount to over that the counties of Florida last 'Sunday. This was the
in a six round bout. at the Inn are pleased with the announce- 100000.000 annually. Over 70,000 I are apt to show higher bonded indebtedness third tournament sponsored by the
I American Legion arena here Wed- ment that the former proprietor of people were employed in these industries than counties in states'I Clewiston Post American Legion
nesday over Kid Kirby. 148 pound the Watanabe has assumed manage- receiving annually $64.-| which have isued state highway and much interest has been shown
local fighter. ment of the Clewiston Inn. 00000000 for their labor. Allowingfive bonds to meet a portion of this cost throughout, not only by Clewiston

'-,' ,'. The first round started off with J J'C' In the early days of Clewiston, dependents for every wage I Allowance should therefore be made players but also by players from
:, '. Kirby well in the lead and when much of the surrounding land earner, approximately 350.000 people -I' when comparing these figures withthose Moore Haven, Belle Glade, and Pa-
> tions pointing that Purvis indiCa-j was wild and unsettled, the Inn was in Florida were directly dependent -' of other states. ; hokee. Mr. Lovvorn was presented
',,;.t. .' withstand the heavy the last stopping place for hundredsof upon the forests. In 1928 there To help clarify the Florida situation with the Legion Trophy immediately -
hunters and remained about six million acres of these facts of interest are "given -
': slaught of the Clewiston boy. However sportsmen making after the match by Major CC..
; the elongated Lakelander took trips into the interior of the Ever-; virgin timber in the state. : Where defaults in Municipal Wilson local pro of the ClewistonGolf
i his punishment like a true pug and glades. Today it is still listed on: Every section of the state is convenient bonds in Florida have occurred Club. Mr. Barrett is also to be
::: met the blows of Kirby with heavy the itinerary of sportsmen as they to at least one of Florida's they can attributed to the short complimented on the steadiness of
trek through the city of Clewistonon six major ports which are fast increasing time special assesment bonds issued
:'. rights and lefts of his own. Using his game shooting 47, 48 and 46 on
t his six inch reach advantage all' their way' into the Everglades their tonnage to and from as general obligations of the mu-I the first three nines, but he was not
-' farther south. the ports of the world. The total (Continued on Page 4)
l ,:'' through the fight Purvis ,kept his: ..... equal to the six stroke handicapwith
"-;. left lecking in Kirby's' face for the I For the time being Air and Mrs. which he favored Lovvorn.
f ':: last five rounds and came into the J I Downs will continue to operate both I Barrett made his way to the finals

t :-: :. sixth and final throwing hardrigLt3 the; Inn and the Watanabe but it Billroy Commedians CLEWISTON SCHOOLTO by defeating :Marshall Yenowine in
r .'; :<,; to Kirby's body and jaw. Ai I jis expected that within a few days the quarter-finals and Bill Owen in
',' '::;" clo.; decision rendered 'the battle; the Watanabe will be sold or leased Open Week of Play the semi-finals on, the eighteenth
.. Jo..' ( to other parties. BE RAISED TO
: ,::; to Purvis \I hole. while Lovvorn belted the
) ,: .; scalps of E. E. Kelly. Cecil Parkinson. -
: Fur preliminaries included a J Billroy's Comedians, well known
t i \". clos:, scrap between Pete Dobb. 90 : Scores Called forMerchants' I theatrical stock company will playin FULL SENIOR HIGHThat Herbert Blate. and Tom Shelleyin
I pOUlds. of LaBelle. and Felix Hel- i Clewiston all next week begin- their turn. In the semi-final
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..:>. venston, 95 of Bare Beach. The bout Tourney' ning Monday and ending their' match with Tom Shelley it was ne-
'-' :V" was declared a draw by the judges. Clewistou engagement Saturday I the Clewiston junior high (Continued on Page 4)

, ; ." ....: Both these young leather pushers To Begin Jan. 17th night. The plays) will be conducted school will be elevated to a fully; Barwick vs. Williams
: using the self-same tactics; close in under the auspices of the American accredited senior high school next
::.;.:- : fighting and short chops on the Legion in a tent theatre erected year was announced early this week Leads Card
.\fi..,;, :.,. ".", sides. They will meet again here in. A call was issued this week to all next to the city hall. by Dave 'G. Alston. local member of Fight

3 ... ....", two -weeks. Clewiston and neighboring golfers. After completing their stand here I the Hendry county school board.' For Jan. 17th BoutsDue
:;.. Scrap Iron Johnson, 169 pound by Major C. C. Wilson local pro., the company will continue to make Action of the board at a meeting at i
i ', IO .. Clewiston negro won a decision over to turn in qualifying scores for the Clewiston headquarters for an ad-I LaBelle Tuesday decided to extend

,.t. ,;:, f; George Yulee, 169 pound negro Merchant Golf Tournament. All ditional two or three weeks while the scope of the Clewiston school to the showing of the Bill-
: ;. : .... from Tampa. John Cobb, 140. Harlem scores are to be turned in by January playing other towns near here, A. next term to that of a senior high roy's Comedians here all next week.
; : { i;: and Charlie Denaud. 136; also 17. ,when the tournament starts. W. Brown advance agent said. school. the boxing bouts. given each Wed-
; r from Harlem fought a four round A change is to be made in the This is the first season the comedians After the first month of the fall nesday night under sponsorship of
r ibout to a draw. Cobb's five pound customary manner of holding tournaments have played in Clewiston term it is expected that the ratingof the Clewiston Post of the American
1 :::I. ( advantage being used in clinches. so that all will have an but the advance agent said it is the Clewiston school will be rais- Legion will not be given next week,
, -,:''. ; Another negro boy fight openingthe equal chance to win the trophies offered very probable that Clewiston will be ed to that of a fully acredited sen- Ed Butler fight promoter announced -
t ': r evening's card with, Guy Lanand e by the merchants of Clewis- included on their schedule each sea- ior high with formal approval of Wednesday night. The 'Legion
, ;Jio: .' Frankie Manley local negrobovs ton The tournament will be divided son in the future. the state board of education's offi- post is also sponsoring the Clewiston
'i f.U: ,' going three rounds with the I into two or three flights in order cial sanction. engagement of the Comedians.A .
: '\\i '.',.' decision being awarded to Manley. to permit all entrants to be matched With five pupils of Clewiston card of special interest 'is being
I against players of equal rank. From RITTA POSTMASTER I now attending the senior high arranged for the night of January-
,f CLEWISTON CAFE IMPROVES I the qualifying scores the players school in LaBelle and with the number 20. including a ten round bout between -
, ,:,, APPEARANCE OF RESTAURANT will be grouped according to the; I in the local school who will be "Skeeter" Barwick: of Clew
: | kind of scores made. Players turn- REPAYS SHORTAGE I
4 M : prepared for entrance into a senior iston and Smiley Williams. popular
" I I 1",?. Beautiful tapestries which were ing in lower'scores will be placed in high school next term. the need fighter from LaBelle. Aside from
: f:ff Flight "A" and ...
others in
; hung this week adorn the walls I Flight -- for a senior high department hereis the Earwig-Williams match, here
', : J.Z.; ,.:' of the Clewiston Cafe to further im i "B If sufficient beginners are entered Pleading dire necessity asthe, mo-, shown. Only an addition to other interesting and well matched
.<:jl:7: provcment the comfortable in the tournament a third tive. Miss Maude Wingfield. for 14 i the excellent equipment of the I bouts are being arranged, Mr. Butler
'- :;.-1bante: of this restaurant. appearIf' flight will be arranged. In this way, years postmaster at Ritta. on the Clewiston school and the additionof said.

,,{;::'. < V: tion of the tapestries. Mr addil, Major Wilson explained golfers south shore of Lake Okeechobee.II I o an extra teacher in the high Buddy Purvis. 147, of Lakelandwill
':" '.:;:;" .':'**: proprietor says'is just another step 1 playing 100 will be grouped together tered a plea of guilty to the chargeof school department will be needed to again meet Kid Kirby. 148,
::\ '.-"r:.* forward and players above that mark will embezzling the sum of $202,44j i raise standard for full
: ? with the progress of Clew- { the necessary here in an eight round set-to on the
,- : .' ; iston. be likewise grouped.Tournament postal funds when arraigned before : credit with the state authorities. same card. These two fought here
; .. Since the, first of the season and I nounced later. It awards is /; will be an- Judge Ritter in Miami this week. {I High school students of the ,local Wednesday night. with the decision
.' fO'a few weeks before the Imslnesof expected that Miss Wingfield was arrested on the school will be interested in the I going to the Lakelander. Two out
six or eight awards will
_: of the.cafe. has rapidly increased be made. charge last week and released on I announcement since it not only of town fighters have been matched
asJ'
.: incrasing number of visitors The local course is in excellent bond signed by citizens who had resided raises the rating of the school along for the evening of January 20th
: : are condition. Recent rains and in the lake 'section for years. scholastic lines but will permit them I with Gene Smith. 137 of Lakeland
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ItLK O.UVVTSTON HEWS' graphical material-
listing as many: and exploitation will bring the the foundation on which the workof
Published Friday In Clewlston
every degrees decorations as a soldieron Everglades Park into great popularity tmbap 'tIjooiitccn Christ would rest "The day following -
{ Florida by the CLEWISTON NEWS
parade. -Florida Times-Union. Jesus would go forth into

Inc. Although many begin their biographies -' o_- Galilee, and findeth Philip, and

with a birthplace on a saith unto him, Follow me. Philip
OUR THINKING HEART r
Entered as .second class matter.
farm, James G. Polk, Democrat, of;, findeth Nathanael, and saith unto r
February 1. 1927, at the Post Officeat
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Highland, Ohio, claims he "has the, By Judge John \\'. Dodge I him We have found him, of whom -
Clewlston, Florida, under the Act FOR JANUARY 10, 1032
distinction of being one of the very Moses in the law', and thi prophets,
We are living today in fearful
a
of March 3 1897.A .
SUBJECT: The First Disciples.
did write Jesus of Nazareth the
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few members of congress whose sole time ,
; but we are also living in the
theyLamb '
occupation is farming." i GOLDEN TEXT: "Behold son of Joseph."
j most wonderful period of world F
newspaper devoted to the best Republican of God, which taketh
Interests of Hendry County, Florida.Its Arthur Monroe Iree history. There lies before each of away These disciples first brought to
the sin of the world," John 1:29.
leading newspaper. from San Jose, California, relates us two roads-one to servitude, one Christ their own brothers. Did you
s that he has five children-the last; to freedom-one to failure, one to LESSON TEXT: John 1:35-49. ever consider how difficult it is to

rate four of whom are two sets of twins. success.-one to degradation and TIME AND PLACE OF LES-1, talk religion to your nearest relatives -
Subscription : year$2.00
r per And Joe Crail, from Los Angeles I want, one to elevation and wealthin SON: A. D. 27; on the east side of ? We talk to. them of worldly
Outside of State of Florida ......$2.50
says '"My brother, Charles, Superior our lives of material, moral and Jordan River. affairs and plan for their good in

Court Judge of Los Angeles, and I ((spiiltual aims and ends. i The Gospel by John was written this life. Why do we so hesitate to

Advertising rates furnished on ap- are twins, have always dressed alike; As Thomas Carlyle said: "If 1 many years after the other three tell them of eternal life?
plication. and are pleased to be taken one for I Gospels, and partly to fill-in some
the other." I Fate follows and limits power power -!' things the other gospels ommitted. When Philip announced to his
] atten'ds and antagonizes Fate- brother Nathanael that they had
but largely to set out the real
Florida, according to the current]I na-!
Business office. Clewiston News, man is a stupendous antagonism." found the Christ, "Nathanael said
of
directory, is rather partial to trav-i ture Jesus and his work, The
Clewlston, Florida. Editorial and cling salesmen. Senator Park Tram- The two, Fate and Power, a fearful Sonship of Christ, his unity with unto him, Can there any good thing:
time and a wonderful periodourtwo come out of Nazareth? Philip saith
Advertising, same. mell, (:Democrat and Thomas Alva I God, his eternal, existence, his sac-
roads o flife before each of us, unto him "Come and see."
rificial life death and resurrection.John .
Yon (Democrat) both served on the ,
Telephone 339 road. I I j "on one side, elemental order, the Baptist said, "I am not Andrew did not say to his brother -

I sandstone and granite, rockledges, the Christ I am the voice of one "You ought to go see this
peat bogs, forest, sea and shore; in 'the wilderness said "
i crying
EVERGLADES NATIONAL PARK i as Christ, or "Some time you must
MORE BUSINESS. LESS BUNK -___ !!and, on the other part, thought, the I the prophet Esaias." "The next day come with us and hear this Mes-

I Announcement that several mem-1' spirit which composes and decom-I John saw Jesus and saith, Behold siah." He said "Come and see," and

Costof the public education I bers of a special committee, appointed poses nature-here they are, side I the Lamb of God, which taketh he took him to Jesus. "Jesus saw

which has doubled ,in Florida since by the National Park Association.: by side, god and devil, mind and away the sin of the World." John Nathanael coming to him, and saithof

1924. is analyzed in the Blue Bookof to make a survey of the area pro-,, matter, spirit and materialism, king the Baptist also said to his disci- him, Behold an Israelite Indeed,

Southern Progress to show that posed for the Tropic Everglades Notional -! and conspirator, belt attd"spasm, ples, "I saw and bear record that in whom is no guile! Nathanael

this state spends for education more Park. are in South Florida riding together in the eye and this is the Son of God." saith unto him, Whence knowest

than twice as much per pupil as and planning for a visit to that brain of every man"-these two The lesson for today begins, thou me? Jesus answered and said

does Alabama Georgia. South Carolina wonderful section, is heard with interest roads may be traveled. My spirit "Again the next day after John unto him, Before that Philip called

Tennessee or Mississippi.If in the state and elsewhere. : and my intellect guided by the stood, and two of his disciples: thee, when thou wast under the fig
Spirit of All Spirits with that
the Florida schools were twiceas For some time past there has been And looking upon Jesus as he walk- tree, I saw three. Nathanael answered -

good as those of any of the much said rgarding the important; "mind which was in Jesus Christ" ed he saith Behold the Lamb of and said unto him Rabbi, thou '''j.

other Southern states. or if the $7- project, and it is well known that:!,will choose the Right Road. God! We have no record as to I art the Son of God; thou art the

500.00 annual subsidy voted to com- the idea has met with general ap-j "Thought takes a man out of the number of disciples of John the King of Israel."

mon schools by the last legislature proval. In the veuty-first : serviltude," said Carlyle; but, "Asa Baptist. The two disciples who i

were suitably safeguarded there a: bill was favorably received which I man thinketh in his heart, so is heard John speak "followed Jesus."' NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX

could be little valid objection. But would have brought this new park I he" was said almost two thousand One of the two "was Andrew, they\ DEED

both are susceptible to proof not into the list of national parks, but| years before the "Leader of All other: was probably,John the Apostle NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. That

yet adduced. with the rush of the closing days1: Men" as he walked the roads of I.and the writer of the Gospel by I I Ruth R. Bcardsley No. 281. 282 holder 283.of 285 Tax, Certificates and-

The educational hysteria which of that body i: WPS: not finally acted Gallilee. I John. That Apostle does not give 285 1-2 2nd day of Sept., 1929. has filed

dictated the segregation of all the upon, Senator Fletcher has again: introduced -I i What I think, in my heart, that I his own name nor the names. of any! made said application certificates for in tax my deed office to issue and

proceeds of the motor vehicle tax a bill which looks to the i I usually do; what I do largely]relatives in his writings. I thereon in accordance with law. Said

increase 33 per cent together with accomplishment of this object. and : makes me what I am. But what II I ing Jesus he asked them, "What certificates embrace the following? described -
situate HendryCornty
other state funds to produce $7- Congressman Ruth Bryan Owen has think or what I do is, or can be, directed -(seek Ye?" That question is put to I property Florida to-wit: in

500.000 for annual distribution a similar bill in the House of Representatives or controlled by my spirit, if I II each of us. Why do we "become Block 208 Lot 24, Block 159, Lot
I 1, Block 162. Lot 12, Block 17C
among the county school boards j seek power from the Most High, Christians Why do we "join the Lots 22, and 3C, all in the City of
prevented the abolition of the state National park service staff members -'i and surrender Self. Church?" Is it for personal advantage -i Clewlston.The .
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I I or are we seeking eternal salvation -! assessment of said property tinder -
realty tax, which many believe is and a congressional committee i There comes a time to every man the said certificates issued was In
the chief obstacle in the path of cur- visited the section which it is proposed people and nation, however, when and have we a desire to work] name of H. F. Bycroft Jr. Theodore
for the Lord and bring others to! Gottlieb and Wm. H. Kuhlman.
ing many of our tax ailments and to include in the Everglades "Every spirit makes its house; but Unless said certificates shall be redeemed -
made necessary an additional tax on Park. and the comment made afterwards afterwards the house confines the him? I according to law tax deed will
The two went with Jesus thereon the first day of February -
was most favorable to the i disciples (j[ issue on
gasoline. Worst of all. there was no spirit. I
1932.
I to his place of abode and stayed till ;
The matter has received
provision made for any but a super- project. 1 "Build thee more stately man- Dated this 31st day of December.
considerable attention in the country -| the next day. Doubtless they dis-
ficial survey by state authorities of sions 0 soul!" said the 1931.SEAL
|! my poet. cussed the of Jesus' life and ) WILLIAM T. HULL
how this money is to be spent. and everywhere that people un-I Cultivate, with intellect, and heart, purpose Clerk of Circuit Court
derstand the proposal there is cor- work. ITendrv County. Florida.
There is nothing to prevent a right spirit. May our spirits over-
his brother
Andrew "findeth own
dial endorsement of the plan to
school boards from repaying politi- come-lead us along right roads-
Simon and saith unto himVo
in Florida tropical. National ,
cal debts with much of this money. make a confine us in beautiful mansions of I 666.
that will secure for all timea have found the Messias the L\-:
park
Dade county is fortunate in havinga retention of natural beauties and Truth and Rightousness, built upon Christ." Andrew brought Peter to r

school board second to none in un- of wild life such as is found nowhere celestial roads, and standing out in I II Christ, and the latter said "Thou LIQUID TABLETS -
selfish public service. But he is indeed such glory and grandeur as to become Jona. John G66 Liquid or Tablets used
else on the continent of North I art Simon the Son of ( ) ; internaltif'
credulous who believes that all I beacon lights for others who thou shalt be called Cephas a ly and G66 Salvo externally, make a

or even, most of the county ,boardsof : America. I:are missing the right road of life] This of I complete and effective treatment for /
For the proposed park about. 5000 stone. was a foretelling \..
Florida] will not be tempted into square miles of state-owned land. I that may see "The Way, the Truth how the vascillating nature of Simon -. Colds. I III
political extravagances by this shower the Light" of all mankind. Known
Most Remedies
with the addition of 5000 acres of I Peter would be so changed that Speedy ;

of state manna. i the Royal Palm State Park, com- he would become a rock, part of I II Ask Your Druggist for Particulars
Had this license tag money been I THE BALM OF GRAPEFRUIT
prise the greater part of the area
largely used to eliminate the staterealt.r --
would be included if taken
tax, allowing only enough for I which Are you irritable? Are you cross, -- ....,.,.,.--
The
under the national park system.
schools to nerVous, jumpy, likely to bound I -
, help those actually in under the ; up1
i Royal Palm State Park is I
need. in the air at the slightest annoyance DELICIOUS MEALS
the way would have been pav- : management and protection of the ; ,
ed for each determine ? '
to
county 'Vornen'sclubs. ATREASONABLE
Florida Federation of I
within its borders and through its I' and this has insured retention No, those questions are not leading ,

proper officials how much should be of tropical foliage and preser- I up to anything that will send I PRICESNew ;

raised for its schools and where vation of conditions there as desir- you to the drug store for either a equipment has been installed -
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that money should be placed. Local powder or a drink or a bottle. They
ed, for some time past. I in our new location, in the Hopkins .,"
taxes are apt to be scrutinized closer The Everglades of Florida are renowned merely are questions that should I Building but the same excellent :. '.
than is possible with state finances. and send you on the run to the nearest Civic
for their tropic beauty I II service you found at the Cen-
In many counties of this state interest and have many times been fruit store to buy a fine grapefruit. ter Cafe will be found here-

parents do not want or permit their I exploited in song and story. Those I Because if you are irritable and I II
SUGARLAND CAFE
children to remain in school eight who havd penetrated the fastness restless, the grapefruit has in it!

months of the year. Their help is of some parts of this area declare(I I what it takes to quiet you. At least I Hopkins .Bldg. Mrs. Mary Stokes. Prop-

needed too much on the farms or in it the most remarkable'section of that is what a Chicago beauty maga-

other seasonal work. To tax motor- the state and all in any way in- zine has to say about it. It advises ---- -- .- -_.- .- -- --

ists of the state an unconscionable formed understand that the area everyone to take a grapefruit -- Ii I
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amount to subsidize such counties is holds great interest for all who love "night-cap" before going to bed. It II

waste of the very worst kind.It nature in its varied moods. The trees admits there is nothing wrong in PURE CLEAL LIllLIIAif I

has yet to be shown that Flor- and flowers of this section with the i having your '"morning's mornin' .6. '.

ida public schools costing $84.29 wild life that yet remains, away: of grapefruit, but it argues there is ta

per pupil are worth that 'much more from the haunts of man. are unusual -: something infinitely more valuable I ....

than Georgia schools at $25-16, and always inciting new admiration in having a glassful of juice before

than Alabama schools at $31.67. In the area which is proposed I retiring. Here is the way it figures I < f 5: a.Y + i iI I
Tennessee at $33.66 or South Carolina to be included in the Tropic Everglades it: '

at $3312. It has yet to be National Park, there are! "Most of those who read this are II I

shown that the state as such oughtto numerous streams, bayous, rivers, I mental temperaments who exhaust

pay $7.500.000 a year without inlets and it is now only possible] phosphorus during the day to a I _

proper accounting to local school to explore much of the section on I large extent. Now the breaking '
+2 +Y,tv.kv. ; /C'y +'t;iy :.;n,1.nlJt '
authorities while a multitude of oth- foot. There are few roads entering: down of phosphorus products in ( WV' :vqVti..a A hJGCC,..L Y.'

er taxes: are begotten to make up the section but with the acquire-: the. body causes an acid of peculi-- -

.io the deficit in quarters where most ment of control by the governmentthere i ar kind which is neutralized to per-

of this sum should be used. would b? planned more roads I fection by the magnesium of the +

The Scenic Highlands Sun of and trails to allow visitors to reach grapefruit. '
Ii a
Avon Park offers this conclusion: the southernmost lip of the North QpPOWER
"Grapefruit taken at night works
"It is high time the people them American mainland. In the vicinity
during sleep to make an alkaline
selves become awakened to the situation of Cape Sable the scenery is remarked -
body; cooling the sensitive nerve
and demand more business as tropical-and in this it is
and causing one to wake refreshedand
more common sense and less bunk unique for the country.
at with the world.
peace
from the educational system.MIami The president of the Tropic Ever-

Herald. glades National Park Association. "Cross people, nervous people,
ready to jump at the slightest an-
who has been in Washington for -- - -- -

INTRODUCING THEMSELVES some time past has returnedto gry-starving for the cooling mag- :+.N:N.H.N.N.N.N.N.M.N.N N.N. N.N .N.ee.N.N.M.N.N.N.H.-w. .N.N.N:N:N.-:;..N.
Florida well pleased to be able to netism found to such a great extentin -b: ; :
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Washington's latest st-seller, announce the purvey which is to the valuable grapefruit. Couch Pumps ;I: '

the new Congressional Directorytells be an interesting preliminary- "There is a mystery in the grape- .o

that about our senators and fore the government can accept the fruit, however, which has not yet :

congressmen which they want proffered area for national park noyance, are really suffering. Their for |: !
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- known, for they write it themselves. purposes. Other national parks in tired nerve ends are acid and hun- I

There are seven Johnsons in con- various parts of the country, feature been fathomed. The most recent researches It Economical Drainage and Irrigation |

gress-of whom the most noted is mountain scenery to a great ex- have found that the grape- I

perhaps Hiram of California. Three tent. The tropical park. when I fruit not only promotes sleep,

Halls are next in point of number. brought into the national system. through relaxing the sensitive nerve Geo. W. Fowler Inc. :)y|:
James John (Puddler) Davis of will bring thousands of visitors to ends, but that a tired person who i

Pennsylvania, squeezes his life story Florida; a strong added attraction.Of must stay awake at night, caringfor Established 1904 :ji_:

into forty'-lines-the longest bio- course the Everglades and the the sick, feels' pronounced rest I MACHINE SHOP SALES REPAIRS J:i:
graphy in the volume. James Ham- Cape Sable region are as remarkable after drinking grapefruit juice, so
Phone 8169 West Palm Beach. Fla.f}
ilton (Ham) Lewis runs a close second and interesting now as they that she feels little need of sleep." X

in ]matter of lengthy autobio; will, be; but government attention -Palm Beach Times. K N."/\N.".N,N:"H..x-:w.w1'AOIC I f 1 1 f f f f 1 1 1 :N:N:N:N:N:N:--:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N;N f N,N f.N N:.



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; : '.'-- I Allen Powell left Clewiston Sat- VISITORS TROUNCE CLEWISTONA


.i ',' I Personal Mention fi urday for Miami.J. playing scrappy its first Alva game basketball of the outfit sea- ;:

H. Peeples. of Moore Haven. l'THE I BLUE and WHITE CJ3AcCJ I '
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.-'" !1/ I was a business visitor here Wednes son left the court here December 17
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; tl.tf: -tC. day. with a decided win over Clewiston
tucked snugly in its belt. After being -
>:' Mrs. E. L. Stewart was'a Wednesday -
t >. expected to run with the ball
; .:;':: visitor in West Palm Beach. J. M. Alston and Oscar O'Rear
f ::!:' were Saturday visitors in Lake WELCOME THE NEW YEAR Tne sixth grade has moved upstairs the Alva team pulled a surprise by
flashing a very effective pass attack.
:: ;- E. E. Worth. ,:! and fifth grade into
'; ., -> Kelly spent Tuesday in La- the the Watching the ball like hawks they
,t, ..;:!, : Belle on business. Another year has passed with its sixth grade room. fumble.
\': ; -' Mr. and MrsT.. F. Fahey of Moul- joys and pains. its pleasures and were on every
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sorrows. in the same way that
trie. Ga.,
were recent visitors in
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t: Chick Crawford and Fred Lowe
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: Clewiston. thousands of years have passed before -,
S.s of Moore. Haven were in Clewiston : We hail and gladly welcome'
.; Wednesday night.
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.; '1" '? :I;; I Miss Bonceil Stone and Casey the year 1932. I r A
'tt a ifJ : Jones attended the theatre in pa-!! We are hoping this year will ? ,
; Miss Anne Niblack of Fort White
I hokee Saturday night. bring health wealth and prosperity]!
1.1< visited Mrs. Floyd Bullen here Sat- ;
to the people in general. This is the
)::!il; urday enroute to Ft. White. fMiami i
Sam Adams was a business time of the year when everyone is ;
"fn3.1 v,:, '''visitor in Clewiston the, early making resolutions-and breaking
: ')/'i+ Mrs. F. R. Richmann and Mrs. part of tile week. them. We want to be different this .
? t '., John Elmore visited in Pahokee and : I
,\ : year and keep ours. It is not the If
y''; fib' West Palm Beach Saturday. H. M. Humphrey of ,High Springs making of these resolutions that f

:'\ \: i-: I former Clewiston resident, is spending t:helps us to build stronger characters 1

':i i.; :-:. Miss Bouceil Stone and Casey several days here on business ,1 I it is the keeping of them. We( \I 1 1t

".'. : V'.,;": V.Ij. Jones were Sunday visitors at the I I feel that a majority of children in tS t
'y./'J Bok Singing Tower. Miss Jeannette Morgan returned 11 Clewiston have made some resolu- y a q a; d} 4. f d rr II .
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-): Saturday from Slocomb. Ala., where : tions and we know ,they will strive \
: .
}; 3! Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Allhands spent she has spent the past two weeks. to keep them. A good way to begin i,

.:;=tI...: several days of the past week '\'isit.ftr' I keeping them_ now is to buckle down
', '.. ing friends here. James Rumbley returned to Clew- Ito work the first thing. Let us quit

.:: r ): '.' iston Saturday from i dreaming so much and really show ,
: : Ala., where he spent 1\Ionroevme'l people what we can do.
. I : t y. R. Y. Patterson left Wednesday : 4 4
,, '; :0''J" for New York where he will spend visiting relatives. We can wipe the slate clean and f

"".Ji!:. ',s':t a few days on business. ,start all over again. We can forgive
Mrand Mrs. J. R. Alston and and forget our past petty differences
,..1.:. ', jt : jnst-a-- ::
'.' /-:" J. W. Moran and W. M. Redels- daughter, Elva returned here Sat- 'and try to be cheerful and fair in Not all gentle readers but of the many lovely

', ';), c heimer motored to Jacksonville urday from Richland, Ga.. where : our school work and sports. We that comprise the chorus of Billroy's Comedians "The Greatest (
;:- ; Tuesday on a business visit. they spent the past two weeks. can also try to work together for a Show on Earth for the MOllo)'." This popular tent show opens a !

--.p:, r-- commoli purpose without. friction. week's engagement in Clewiston next Monday night January 11 '

: Eugene C, Blair was a week end Miss Marion Harmon, of McCor- We must endeavor to do bigger and in their beautiful, waterproof Blue and Gold Tent Theatre, locatedat i
J visitor in Moore Haven this past mick. S C.,. arrived in Clewiston better things and to try to accom- the Corner of Central Aeand Sugarland Highway. Popular
Sunday to! begin her. work as 'teacher plish more during this year than we prices will prevail, and all ladles, accompanied by one paid adult .:
end.
week in the Clewiston high school. have in preceeding years. ticket, Monday; night will be admitted free. Are we going? We'll .' ;
say we are! The show plays; under the auspices of the American t
Col. L. V. Frazier district engineer I Remember, it is better to makea Legion.
transacted business in Clew MRS. MOWRY ENTERTAINS few New Year resolutions and
I
iston Wednesday CLEWISTON SOCIAL CLUBA keep them, than it is to make a doz- .

,. -.-- I :.en only to break them all. If we live
Miss Eleanor Wintle spent tho lovely affair of ''Wednesday afternoon up to this when the next New Year ,

post!:' week end in Fort Myers visit-, was a Christmas party giv- comes. we can look back over this 1 16a
ing her parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. R.f en at the home of MrsJ.. K. Mowryfor year's activity and say, "Well done." OH BOY/ E' :
members of Social Club and HERE THEYCOME :
Wintle. the --o- e pf(60 ;
I their guests. Games and contests HIGH SCHOOL PUPILS TO DECIDEBY -
,. Ul THE FLESH '_ i
Alex St. Amand arrived: in Clew-were enjoyed and prizes were won nALLOT ON WHO'SIN ALL NEXT ''Ttt{ 5HOWOM I EARTHS MONET AND BLOOD I1IEEK j
iston Saturday after spending they i by Mrs.. J. E. Beardsley, Mrs. L. F. WHO'S WHO (HOT CAWED) :

holidays in Charleston, S. C. with;: Perkins. Mrs F. R. Maxwell.' Mrs.
friends, and relatives. W. S Harvel and Mrs T. B. Shelley Oh. something new is going to be

I' There were gifts for all present in the school paper. We are going to .-- ral

Miss Elizabeth West, Miss Mae under the Christmas tree and Mrs. run a column of Who's Who in the .N t;:

Drew and Miss Jamye Williams returned J. Allhands was ,presented with a I Clewiston high school. You will be
recently after spending two lovely luncheon set as a token from able to cast your ballot anytime before -
ir 1
weeks in Richland Ga' the club. Mrs. Allhands had been a: January 18. 1932. The ballot

T past president of the club and has, box is located in Miss Morgan'sroom.

John Keller son of Mr. and Mrs. recently moved to Ft. Myers to reside -'[ IN OUR&Z.BRAND NEW.
Ij A. J. Keller has returned to Mobile The table in the dining room I) Please write on a slip of paper P05/T7YELJ'WARANT EO WATERPROOF '

Ala. where he attends school. ,vas attractively arranged with a' the name of the boy or girl that you BLUEGOLD
I I1" after spending the holidays here. center of beautiful red roses ,and think best suited for each of these

\ ., .' -.-- green tapers in silver candlesticks I. things listed below. Please vote for TfNT TIiE"ATREi 7h

Mrs. C. W. McDonald returned were placed at intervals down the' each thing. '
Saturday after a two weeks visit inV center: of the table where delicious The best looking boy and girl. i! ALL NEW PLAYS L pREN

Orlando, where she was called on cakes. coffee and salted nuts were The wittiest boy and girl. NEARLY ALL NEW FACES flI

account of the illness of her father. served to the following. Mrs. J. Gt The most*conceited boy and girl. :lADIES FREE MONDAY Ir.HT :.
J Allhands, Mis J. R. -Alston. Mrs. The smartest boy and girl. "" BYOeEc+u0 ADULT 'e Off / A ULT.Sy

Rev. J. H' Moore left yesterday W. C. Hooker. Mrs. ,DG.. Alston. The most popular boy ,and girl. 2'
for' West Palm Beach after a pleas- Mrs Roberts. MrsF.. R. Maxwell The cutest boy and gill-

ant stay of several weeks with Rev. Mrs. H. R. Hall. Mrs. T. B. Shelley. Best athlete (boy and girl). .

and Mrs. W. T. Bailey. Mrs. DeLozier, MrsWalker, Mrs. J. The vamp of the ClEwiston school.
I E. Beardsley, Mrs. L. F. Perkins, The shiek of the Clewiston school. 1
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, Miss Jamye Williams, Miss Louise Mrs. T. B. Hooks. Mrs. J. K. Mowry The groucnest boy and girl.
Waldron. Dr. J. W. Ezelle. and A. and Mrs W S. Harvel. Mrs. :Mowrywas The boy and ,girl with the best

W Sias attended the theatre in Pa- assisted by Mrs. W. C. Hooker figure-

\\1'I, .. hokee Saturday night. and Mrs. J. R. Alston.. The most talented boy and girl.
I The boy and girl with the best

} I "i Lynn Yoder. W. G. Lightsey, I CLEWISTON SCHOOL TO BE dispositions.The .

{. Walker Nail, and Fred Lorraine of, FULLY ACCREDITED IN 1932, boy and girl with the prettiest ONE BIG JOY WEEK

I. .Moore Haven attended the fights eyes.

,'.__, here Wednesday night- (Continued from page two) The boy and girl with the, prettiest -
:'...' r--. I to engage in sports activities with hair. Commencing --- Monday January 11th'I

i !t. .' Dr. J. W- Ezelle has returned to other senior high schools that is not The boy and girl with the prettiest -

", Clewiston after spending two weeks possible. under the present arrange- teeth. Under Auspices of the American Legion '_
'\' : .,.' A in Graceville Fla.. where he visited ments. The boy and girl who studies the
.--;_" ..:'. his parents. Mr. and Mrs. JB. most.
f 7 Ezelle. SCORES ASKED FOR CITY i The laziest boy and girl. Next to Clewiston City Hall --
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_: MERCHANTS' TOURNAMENT I o

.:;r, ]\i'ss Betty Spicer and Miss Roberta i SCHOOL PERSONALS
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Cl : Spicer have returned to Clew- (Continued from page 1) : : : :-< :-:-:-: : : : : :-: : :+:-: : :-: :-: : : :-: : : :+: : : : : :-: : :-:--: : :-: >+: .

c' T'W'? ston. after spending the past weekend ing greens together with top dressing Bobby Hare. Merrel Lowe and h .
.:';;'.. : in Fort- Myeis as the guests of all greens have placed the coursein Evelyn Hare went to Pahokee and h A Y

; <;,,;, ( ;;. .'," Mr.: and Mrs. J. G. Allhands. perfect condition for playing. spent the evening skating at the A
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>;;:: ,,c. Each week sees an increasing number rink Tuesday. :;: MR. AND MRS. CLAUDE DOWNS f
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',. > ., Mr. and Mrs.. O. F. Harper left of out-of-town players taking Hookie Avant attended the tent
:1( ; ;.":'.';' Clewiston Friday for Cleveland, advantage of the Clewiston course. show in Moore Haven last week. _
.. ANNOUNCE THE OPENING
:.yf .' J_ Ohio their former home. Mr. Harper Emma. Laura Bethea and Annie i
_ ::..? 5 is an employee of the H. C- GIRLS TEAM PREPARING Maud Mathis went to Miami last

"j, ;i.'(,: Nutting company \ FOR LaBELLE FRIDAYThe .Saturday.j 1.-:j: of .
'f" ; j Lily Stone, Mary Bush, Mer-IA

f::..:. Mrand Mrs J. B.. Fryermuth and I girls are looking forward to. rel Lowe and Bobby Hare attended -'A t Y y

...,...:..:;r daughter were business visitors in a snappy game against LaBelle here the New Year's dance. :: THE CLEWISTON INN t

". .:.::. :' Clewiston Monday. Mr. Fryermuth Friday night. During the week's-' Betty and Roberta Spicer spent a \ .
d'-' ,;;-: is the district commercial manager practice after the Christmas holi-' week in Fort Myers with Mr. and A-

.y ',< : of the Western Union Telegraph days the team has greatly improved. Mrs. J. G. Allhands. I I.A;" UNDER NEW MANAGEMENTS -:
: ;.:: company. Uniforms for the team have not ]I Lily Merl Wynn attended the fair, -. ;
{,8' arrived but is expected that theywill in Belle Glade Christmas night. j jI :Ih-!. )-
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: :f"-f Among the out-of-town visitors be here some time next week. I I Annie Maud Mathis went to Wau-i if
''r. /:.";-:' here Thursday night at the Ameri- o !chula last week. '
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-,:'-;, J;,<:.:;,< can Legion dance at the Clewiston SCHOOL PERSONALS I :Elva Alston spent her Christmas v

'' 3-r: ;;; :. -. Inn were Miss Annette De Laney, I vacation in Richland. Georgia. :: EXCELLENT CUSINE SERVICE

;,;, .!:' .. Broadus Gantt, and Walker Nail of Evelyn Hare spent several daysin Thelma Guthrie spent a week in :s: ii AND PERFECTLY APPOINTED t
-3/< Moore Haven, J. L. Morgan of South West Palm Beach during Christ- Paholcee.I +_; -7
: : ROOMS MAKE THE CLEWISTON :
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':'!; ':' _, Bay and L E. Gravely of LaBelle- man holidays. I Ruth Parker spent a day in Fort
; INN THE EVERGLADES' MOST
;j.'i Mildred attended the week. 1-
Brantley last
: .i', 1 Myers ;t; POPULAR HOTEL EVER KEEP-
Mrs. W. McDonald and children theatre in West Palm Beach last Lillian Hicks spent a few days in ::
_; ING STEP WITH THE MARCH OF >ki
:- returned to Clewiston Saturday week. West Palm Beach. *
: PROGRESS OF CLEWISTON.
," :J ,, ; from a visit of several weeks in Orlando Richard a'ndGeorge Bestor, Bob- Mildred Blantly motored to Pa- A X
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'._:.f/j$;:f!..:'; where Mrs. McDonald was by and Dickey Patterson motoredto hokee to attend the theatre Sunday A A Y Y
,:' ; ;' called on account of the serious Belle Glade one day last week. night. A Y?
::: 'fil' illness of her father. Mary Louise Oglesby went to Miss Jeanette Morgan spent her A
,..' ..-- West Palm Beach. LaBelle and Belle Christmas vacation in Slocomb. Ala. A A .S

::.. t;!; Mrand Mrs N. C- Storey of Miami Glade while she was on her vacation. Miss Jamye Williams spent A t

.;< .. ':. l;.. who have been spending several Roy Green went to Fort Myers, Christmas vacation in Lumpkin. Ga. Make the Inn Your Clewiston Home ;fX
days in Clewiston visiting friends. West Palm Beach and Pahokee dur- Miss Mae Drew spent Christmas t

Wednesday.. Mr. and Mrs. Storey ing Christmas vacation. vacation, at her home in Richland s'i
: '' < will go from here to San Juan, Porto Miss Elizabeth West spent Christmas Ga. .. {-
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.j, Rico where they }wll make! ; their vacation at her. home in. Rich. Alice Deam was promote4 to the .v,

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NEW TEACHER ASSUMES !1FINANCHTAL PROGRESS OF THEM I itely higher plane, In some respects\\ of honor on the show floor for the

STATE SAVES HUGE DUTIES AT SCHOOL i COMMONWEALTH: OF FLORIDA i ii making them similar to fifth consecutive year.

The gasoline tax in 1930 amount
I i i !I Each year the National Automobile -
Miss Marion Harmon of McCormick -! (Continued from Page 1) I ed to over $12,500.000.00 and the I I chamber' of commerce awards
SUM I ON PURCHASE counties' rata share of this
Carolina arrived ir pro -
South nicipalities. bonds which did not re- .I first place at the national shows to
Clewiston Sunday to assume her quire a vote of the people and were sizeable'sum In addition to their i i the member company which has 'f';

GOVERNOR SAYS! duties as teacher of the fourth grade issued in many Instances to improvenew regular income from other tax done the largest dollar volume of

in the Clewiston junior high school. real estate developments. Under sources furnishes a splendid back-I business in the previous 12 months.
Increased attendance in the combined -I I ground for value.Disbursements .
the law they were primarily pay- The award is much coveted in
fourth and fifth grades requiredthe of all counties of
STATE AGENT MAKES POSSIBLE able from special 'assessments the industry. because in addition to 1
services of an additional instructor -! the state' from July 1, 192D.:) and
but
SAVING OF ANNUAL SUM i against abutting property guaranteed the distinction it conveys it also car- I
for the fourth grade. Miss Elizabeth -I ending June 30. 1930. for county
by the faith and credit of the! ries with it the right to first choiceof
OF $1 O.OOO West, who for the first three I issuing municipalities. All of thesei road and bridge funds bond interest exhibition space at the national
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i sinking special
I I i bonds mature within ten years and shows in New York and Chicago. !
Tallahassee, Jan. 6.-Governo and fifth grades has now been as-, in instances some district and bond interest and sink-
a great many
Doyle Carlton's establishment of ;a signed to devote her time to the ing funds totaled 4657301105. Chevrolet first achieved the posi- I
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before the
I II bonds matured improvements :
state purchasing department with! : fifth grade exclusively.EUerglades completed. As Florida has had more than Its tion of honor In 1928- Since then

cooperation of the varous stat'I I I the law were provides actually that the assess- share of misfortune. Within the the company has consistently maintained j

boards after the legislature at its ; ments could not be levied until the past five years she has experiencedthree its leadership.
Park Gets I
last session failed to pass a proposed | improvements were made a number hurricanes. the collapse of the

bill to create such an office, will i ;; of municipalities were forced to is- real estate boom, a citrus crop fail- _T"'i.- ,.,...::a""T-o=:..;3'".....,.,>Y'
Viiibur
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the state approximately $ !
save Approval .sue refunding bonds to take up the ure, due to the Mediterranean Fruit
000 annually, according to figures maturing special assessment obligations Fly, followed by an avalanche of SAME SERVICE ,
just released by the chief executive bank failures.. No other state in the '
but like the assessment bonds.
The Everglades national park .
NEW LOCATION
Carlton's ad-
in Governor
Only union has ever suffered such severe
the problem
postponed
project was recommended by Secre-! they merely
ministration has the departmentbeen tary of the Interior Wilbur as a i they were issued to solve and post- blows within the same space of Nolon R. Conner, formerly located -

placed upon a basis where it I project of "outstanding merit" in a poned it for too short a time to permit time. and based on the law of in the Civic Center .J
can be said to be functioning with solution average, it is safe to say that the ber be found at
letter to the chairman of the public them to work out a Shop, may now \
business precision, according to the same combination of events will SHORTY MUSGRAVES Barber :
executive. lands committee, according to press This evil has been recognized by
chief happen in Florida again.
never Shop in theALSTON-
announcements at Washintgon this
after the I
and
It now is buying approximately the people of-Florida Roger Babson said In a recent BUILDING

$2,000,000 worth of supplies for the week-: November 4th election. an amend- address at Lake Wales. Florida: Where the Same Efficient
The letter also stated that the written into the constitu-
various state institutions, road department ment was "I believe better opportunities for Service May be Had
and offices annually. This' I park had the hearty endorsement of tion which provides that: investment. in certain lines exist today

Governor Carlton says, with a sav- I Horace M. Albright director of national ". the counties districts or in Florida than in any other Nolon B. Conner

ings of from 10 to 15 per cent on l parks, and that the director municipalities of the state of Florida state." :

price of items purchased. And the of the budget had announced it shall have power to issue bonds This remark from such an eminent I Y-rt.'J"I'I ;v'o'r r

governor emphasized the percentageis : compatible with the general budget only after the same have been ap- authority seems pertinent after a .. *.* *.
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cline in prices seen in the last two committee on public lands reported cast in an election in which the majority tioned facts. !

years. the project favorably.The of the freeholders who are A careful analysis of some of i
C. E. STEBEL 'i
This saving of 10 to 15 per centon project would preserve hun- qualified ejectors residing In such the Florida municipal bonds on the. j

$2,000,000, the governor says, dreds of acres of Everglades wild counties, districts or municipalities market at present prices will show Dealer in rI r

is done with a cost of less than one ,land in its natural state as a sanc- shall participate." surprisingly attractive opportunities I
General Electric Refrigerators
per cent for operation of the pur- tuary for birds. animals and semi- Neither Counties nor school dis- for investment. i

chaser's office. The office now is in tropical plants peculiar to this sec- tricts in Florida. generally speaking. Electrochef Stoves !

charge of ,W. C. Thomas, appointedby tion of Florida, and not found in were subject to the excessive bor- CHEVROLET TO OCCUPY "

Governor Carlton in January,, any other part of the United States. rowing that typified the "boom" HONOR PLACE AT SHOW Radios and Supplies ;I

1931. The park: would be located in the cities. In addition to a sounder bor- Radio Repairing

According to Mr. Thomas, the southern Everglades and opened to rowing policy the state gasoline tax When the dors open Saturday to Pahokee Florida

purchasing system now being used the public by new highways and (3 cents of the total 6 cents) is distributed the National Automobile show in

nets the state its saving due to stan- other facilities and improvements. to the counties for road Grand Central Place, New York .:,.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. I

dardization of buying, supervisionof purposes, which, with the revenue Chevrolet will occupy the position I........................................................................................................

receipt of merchandise and closer RITTA POSTMASTER REPAYS from 0------srmeral taxation: : ., makes------; -it- = I
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stock control. The expense of the SHORTAGE TO GOVERNMENT fairly certain that bonds of this

office is borne by the institutionsand type will be promptly paid. I

departments for which it buys. (Continued from page T) The legislature just adjourned. I!

The board of commissioners of She said she wrote the postal department adopted a new. gasoline tax reallo-

state institutions is in direct con- officials at Jacksonville cation plan which provides a greater REORGANIZATION OF

trol of the purchasing office and explaining the shortage and stated amount of money to be distributed -

consolidation of all state purchasesthat that she hoped to make: it up later to the counties for payment of The Southern Sugar Company '

are found practical through the The inspector who detected the principal and interest on outstanding -

office is being insisted upon by the shortage at Ritta, said he found the bonds. Three cents of. the six I

governor. letter when he returned to the of- cent tax will now be turned over to On and after January 5, 1932, cash, First Mortgage,and
Collateral Trust Convertible Serial Gold Bonds of Series A
,
fice in Jacksonville. the counties to take care of outstanding -
Series B and Series C, Ten Year Convertible Income Gold
FINALS IN LEGION TOURNAMENT Miss Wingfield said that she suf-I road bonds. This applies to Debentures,Voting Certificates for shares Common fj

PLAYED HERE SUNDAY I fered property losses in the two( road and bridge districts as well as Stock and Purchase Warrants of United States Sugar Cor- .

storms of 1926 and 1928 and *last I counties. (This aid, while a relief, poration will be ready for delivery to holders of Certificates '

(Continued from Page 1)) raised several_ hundred chick- was in the majority of instances un- of Deposit and Participation Warrants entitled thereto' -
year
holes : under the provisions of the Plan and dated .....
cessary to play nine extra : ens in the expectations of betteringher necessary as the counties can meet Agreement, ..
April 1, 1931, for the reorganization of The Southern 'y/
were'won two :
which finally up.
financial condition. She agreedto their obligations through :regulartax Sugar Company.

Neither of the two finalists had sell them to a Clewiston purchaser channels. but makes the bondsof Bonds of all Series will be delivered in bearer form and Deben-

ever reached that point in any pre- I but the Clewiston purchaser was this type all the more sound.) tures will be delivered in registered form, so far as practicable in I,

vious tournament. both being late unable to take them off her hands Another important Act passed by denominations of $1,000 each. Scrip Certificates in bearer-form -
adapters of the ball hunting past- dull business condi- will be delivered to represent an interest of less than $100 in a
because of the legislature (Chapter 14486) pro-
time. Lovvorn has only been playing Bond or Debenture or a fractional interest in a Voting Trust Cer-
tions there during the closed seasonof vides that the state treasurer becomes -
tificate but holders thereof will be
entitled:
about two and then only at ; not to interest or divi-
years further evidences the the sugar mill and while the the county treasurer. ex-of- dends or to rights of conversion or any other rights under the First
This
intervals. Southern Sugar company was in receivership ficio. for the purposes of handling Mortgage and Deed of Trust.under which the Bonds are issued or
fact that all players are equalizedby : and employees fewer in funds pertaining to county road under the Trust Indenture under which the Debentures are issued.

the handicaps and all are givenan I number. The chickens were left on bon s. This takes the matter out of Copies of said First Mortgage and Deed of Trust, of said Trust
chance to win. The handi- Indenture and of the Voting Trust
Agreement under which
even I the postmaster's hands and she had the hands of the state board of administration Voting ,
committee is to be complimented Trust Certificates are issued, will be furnished on request by any
cap
feed for them of the 'I
to
the with which the no money purchase composed governor of the Depositaries or by the undersigned Reorganization Manager -
upon acuracy and no food for her own use. state comptroller and state or Associate Reorganization Manager to holders of Certificates .;

handicaps were set. The money has been repaid to the treasurer. All funds from whatever of Deposit or of Participation Warrants. :

The Match post office department by friends of source collected. applicable to coun- To obtain the payment of cash and the delivery of Bonds, I
The larger scores "of the early Debentures, Voting Trust Certificates and Purchase Warrants as ..
and district road bonds. are paidto
to the ty
Miss Wingfield according
morning are attributed to wet provided by the Plan, holders of Certificates of Deposit or of fully '
postal inspector, E. G. Allen.. Sent- the state treasurer and he re-
paid Participation Warrants
must surrender the
greens caused by heavy dew. On the same, duly endorsed
first eighteen Lovvorn brought in ence was deierred by Judge Ritter, mits regularly to the fiscal agency in blank for transfer or accompanied by duly executed
who ordered Miss Wingfield released I in New York funds to pay coupons transfers in blank, to the Depositary which issued such Certifi- '
an even hundred for a three hole from custody. and bonds as they mature. Furthermore cates of Deposit or Participation Warrants, in all cases with signatures -
lead over Barrett who shot 95. Both guaranteed to the satisfaction of said
it is provided that each county Depositary. :
played the first nine with perfecttee The post office at Ritta has been In all cases where it is desired to have Voting Trust Certificates
shall levy general tax which to- :
a ,
shots and in both scores there discontinued, business now being : issued in names other than those in which Certificates of Depositor !
with the tax and other
was only one hole scored as highas handled at the nearby post officesof gether gas Participation Warrants are registered, the cost of necessary
seven. On hole number fifteen Lake Harbor and Clewiston. .revenue, shall be sufficient to pay Federal and State transfer tax stamps must be paid to the Depos-
the principal and interest on all itary. Those desiring to have cash or securities forwarded to them
Lovvorn was stymied. but played a bonds. the amount to be determinedby must specify the forwarding agency desired and remit to the De'I I''I
bank on opponent's ball to drop I Humorist: We read that a well- the state board of administration. positary the cost of forwarding, and must likewise state whether ,_ :
the putt for a three to take the hole. known chess player has lived in his and at what valuation it is desired that securities be insured and

On the previous hole both got off I present house for over 30 years. He must provide the cost of such insurance. .

for a good drive. Barrett sliced his I Is naturally not the sort of person The effect of these acts places Holders of Receivers Certificates and of claims of all classes

second into the rough across the to make a move in a" hurry. Florida county bonds upon a defin- against The Southern Sugar Company and stockholders of all
classes of The Southern
Sugar Company and of The Clewiston
canal.. His third shot was just out of I ---.-----. Company, desiring to obtain the benefits of the Plan, may deposit i!
the rough. but the fourth was on I the same under the Plan without penalty until the close of
n=:'llii".bo:) r: '<7 io.; a>i \
the green and he sank with one I !.JoII business on January: 31, 1932, except that the cash option con-
putt for a five. Lovvorn drove his ferred by the i Plan, upon creditors holding claims in an amount,

second into the canal, replaced for I, exclusive of interest, of $1,000 or less, is no longer available. The
Reorganization Manager reserves the right after said
date, with-
three, on the green in four and. RESOLVED THAT out notice, to refuse further deposits or to accept the same only
sank one putt to tie the hole. ] upon such terms and conditions as it may impose.
On the first nine of the afternoon I The rights of purchase of securities of United States Su- i I

play Barrett turned in a 46 while: gar Corporation conferred by the Plan upon stockholders I

Lovvorn dropped to a 45, being six } THE CLEWISTON CAFE WILL of The Southern Sugar Company and of Dahlberg Corporation I

,.7 holes up. Barrett took the twenty- CONTINUE TO GIVE YOU TilE of America have been terminated as of the close of I

.../ eighth hole to lower the margin to VERY REST OF SERVICE AND further business on January 4, 1932, and after said date no
subscriptions will be received
under the Plan. :
DELICIOUS MEALS ALL DURING
five holes. but took the
Lqyvorn Until the close of business
on January 31 1932
payment, i
THE YEAR, 1932 AND RENDER
next two officially ending the without penalty or interest, of instalments in default in respect of I
match on the thirtieth hole, being EVEN BETTER SERVICE AT ALL Participation Warrants may be made to the respective Depositaries I

seven up and six to play.BARWICKWILLIAMS TIMESBest by which such Participation Warrants were issued, upon the
presentation! of such 'Participation! Warrants to the Depositary
for appropriate notation at the time such payments are made.
TO LEAD After January 31, 1932, in accordance with the provisIons
FIGHT CARD HERE JAN.! 20th Wishes tor a Happy of the Plan, the Participation Warrants then in default in I

I respect of any Instalment may, at the option of the Reor- ./IhI I
(Continued from page 1) and Prosperous New ganization Manager, become void and of no effect for any -
purpose, and all rights of the holders
and Coleman Coker: 135 of Wau- thereof in respect of
chula scheduled for six round aU prior Instalments paid and otherwise under the Par-
a go.
Year To All ticipation Warrant
under which such default shall have
An opponent for Cecil Baker 135 been made and aU rights under the Plan in respect of such
of Lakeland is being sought. Participation Warrant, may be forfeited.
Five husky blacks will be thrownin

the ring for a battle royal as
REED & COMPANY
BITTING
comedy for the evening. Mr. Butler Associate INCORPORATED. .

announced.Pete J CLEWXSTON CAFE 72' South Reorganization Spring Street MIJ1UJer, 52 Re Wall rganita.tion Street,Manager ILo.

Dobb and Felix Helvenstonare AwSi-ancar New York City.

also matched for a four round
SUGARLAND HIGHWAY AT FRANCESCO STREET
bout. I Dated: December 31, 1931.

Toledo Brade: Proof readers are
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