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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 15, 1932
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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t t E :", VOLUME 5 NUMBER 4. CLEWISTON, FLORIDA_ FRIDAY, JANUARY 15. 1932 FIVE CENTS PER COPY

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: WATANABE HOTEL Watanabe Hotel Changes Hands EVERGLADES SOIL ,FURNISHES NATION




C t LEASED BY ALSTON WiTH THREE-FOURTES OF ITS, SUPPLYOF I



':-:<:', ., EFFECTIVE TODAY I WINTER BEANS BUREAU REPORTS

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';'>:; ,:. : PIONEER HOTEL SOLD AFTER II IIJ ( FALL BEANS--IN GLADES SHOW
I Local Western Union I\
; fit,:..,:l:;:'" BEING ON MARKET: LESS STEADY INCREASE DURING
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'. THAN ONE WEEK I PAST THREE YEARS
J' '' I Office Ranks Sixth

:?:: ;:;', A change in the management of The lake section of the Ever-

';,.: : the Watanabe hotel is announced- I The Clewiston office of the west-I glades furnishes 'the nation with

:?; TH Union ranked sixth in the
"'"1 : three-fourths of its supply of winter -

:;'S?!Alston ; Georgia-Florida division in numberof snap beans. says a report ol

:i ;tf'ture; and fixtures of the Watanabe gift orders forwarded during the the United States department of agriculture -

'r's:: :>. were purchased this week from Mr. Christmas season, A. A. Munroe local in an official report Issued -

''CLfl .' and Mrs. Claude Downs, who last manager was informed from this week by JC. Townsend.

"-:''Ur:'. week assumed management of the division headquarters this week. crop estimator.The .

.ftfs'; :;. ,_'' Clewiston Inn. The price of the Only five other towns. all in Florida acreage planted to snap

-r;::?';:c"",v transaction was not made public. I were rated higher than Clewis- beans for winter markets in the Everglades -

: ':|: v':*',' The name of the hotel has been ** II"lon in the number of gift orders is nearly double that of

"V-,; ;,. changed to the Watanabe House to ( -j. ft
.ilJ/'j,' designate a change in ownership : number ,than Clewiston were: West account of high waters in much of

:5>v r" ; ':" The .new proprietor is no stranger -_. 1 Palm Beach. St. Petersburg. Orlando the territory now growing beans.

:,,;> to Clewiston residents having Pensacola and Daytona. in the The lake section continues to be

';j-5 :<'v. come to the city when it was first Bridge Enthusiasts order mentioned. Immediately fol- the source of over three-fourths of

." -' ..'.. developing Mr. Alston is one of FIRST ORGANIZED lowing Clewiston on the list were the nation's supply of snap beans

: ; the pioneer restaurant owners here. two' Georgia cities, Augusta and and will continue to be the heaviest

"" .' I Prior to his arrival in Clewiston Will Gather At Inn Macon. shipper throughout the winter and
EFFORT BEGINS FOR
-: .. :,Y :M"r. Alston was successful proprietor Clewiston's increase was about spring months the report says. The

.; of a large restaurant in Hollywood ---Group Discussion 20 per cent over last year. winter acreage is estimated at 14-

& COMMUNITY CHESTLEGION I Western Union business in other 000 acres and the yield at 100 bush-

few Mr. Als- branches of service were reportedas
For the past years els per acre average. In the winterof
Thursday night. January 21 at '
ton has conducted'the A & B Grocery 'satisfactory. 1931 an acreage of 8.000 with an
8;
at
p. m. the Clewiston Inn is the
R I' in block. POST INSTITUTES MOVE bushelswas
the Hopkins average yield of only 95
time and pla?e arranged for the
The Watanabe was one of, the FOR UNIFIED CHARITY reported in this section.
contract bridge get-together in answer -
WORK TO CONTINUE
'. first hotels built, in Clewiston and PROGRAM HERE to the ''numerous requests for One hundred sixty-nine cars of

: :.<:' has enjoyed a continued patronage beans were shipped from the lake
information and assistance in the
: since its construction 'in 1927. The First organized effort to perfecta WITH CREW REDUCED section the first week of the new
playing of a contract bridge. Mrs.
)., .:' ... original Watanabe hotel was ,built local charity agency got under way Lucille Downs. a contract enthusiast yearl.| .

:., ',:'r by Capt. and Mrs. J. J. O'Brien for last week in Clewiston. For several Fall beans have shown a steady
has extended the facilities
'' graciously -
I /,': ,. two faithful Japanese servants years the necessity for a local organization -' of the Inn and Jim ONLY ABOUT 62 MEN increase during the past three years;
,
"I': : t.M... whom they brought from California. to finance and care for all ley will provide the BeardS-j I I 1929 being 4.500: acres; 1930, 8-
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both alien and local
charity cases.
:," These two elderly people. who be- be on hand to answer questions and CLEWISTON OFFICE CORRECTS 700 acres and 1931 season being
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'.' :" came affectionately known as has been discussed by individualsand explain methods of play. ERRONEOUS REPORTS OF 14.000' acres- Winter beans showedan

; 'Papa' and 'Madame Watanabe civic clubs of Clewiston. WORK COMPLETED appreciable falling off in acre-
Positively will be attached
:., '.'. The first Bank of Clewiston and The Clewiston post of the American no expense age last year due to over supply of
to attendance at this meeting
the first grocery store were opened Legion at a recent meeting de- Contradicting reports appearingin moisture: 1929, 10.500 acres; 1930
since its will be I
solely
in the Watanabe building. termined to weigh public sentimenton purpose this morning's daily papers that 11.000 and 1931 dropped to 8.000
to bring together those interested
I After operating the Watanabe a Community Chest Fund, and 125 men were to be released from acres. The acreage of spring beans

'; until 1928 Madame and Papa Watanabe appointed J.. E. Beardsley as its rep- in playing contract, Mr. Beardsley I survey work on the federal projectof has also showed a continued 'increase -

I, ," .:: returned to their native resentative on a proposed committeeto says. Those who do not now play the lake and the Caloosahatchee : 1929 12.000; 1930, 16.000
,., contract but played bridge
': home in Japan.. be selected from the various local have J. W. Moore engineer in charge of and in 1931 a total of 18,000 acres.
S .1 will be welcome, since
doubly every -
The original Watanabe hotel' was clubs. Mr. Beardsley, service of- the Clewiston office, said that only
additional table playing will
,built in 1922 and was removed in ficer of the local legion post since 62 men are being released from

1926 to give room for the Clewis- its organization. with some experi- add evenings interest entertainment and congeniality The to date the I' service today. OFFICE IN GLADES

Inn when an addition in 'welfare work last week ad-
.\ ton annex ence These men have been engaged in
set has been arranged to avoid
, was necessary for the Inn. The Watanabe dressed the meetings of the social con- gaining surveying data for all partsof
,flict with other ,local activities so'
I was purchaspd from the Wa- club and the Ladies Aid of the Community the engineering project around FOR STATE LANDSA
far if those attending
possible
tanabe's by Mr. apd Mrs. Claude I I church, outlining the work as ; the lake and the Caloosahatchee.Press .
desire to continue
night
Downs who had operated it success- |it is' hoped to accomplish and solic- Thursday dispatches from a news bu-
c-: .: weekly play their decision will de- field office in the Everglades
'J. fully. iting the aid of the 'organizationsand reau in Fort Myers stated that the
i termine the time and place of future area is to be opened by the Trustees -
individuals in the campaign for work
survey was practically com-
sessions of the Internal Improvement
funds to be made shortly. Mrs. Nelle pleted and would 'be by the end of i.
Fund and will be maintained by
$7,000 EQUIPMENT Moltz. long active in civic work, was this month. From the best informa-
field for
: A. R. Richardson. agent
:" appointed to the committee by the Post tion available in Clewiston it is be-
the Trustees. Mr. Richardson was
l Ladies Aid and the project' was Legion lieved the survey will continue fora
FARM I for some time resident engineer of
"7'.' BOUGHT FOR pledged the moral and financial aid number of months as much of the
District
the Everglades Drainage
of both organizations.It Hears ,ReportOf I survey has not been completed. It is
and lived in Moore Haven in the
i
STATE PURCHASES MACHINERY is expected that the Parent- expected that approximately another "state house." He is well-known and

:-. OF EVERGLADES DISTRICT Teachers association through its ActivitiesWith I year will be required before all de- liked in the county and many will

FOR PRISON FARM executive committee or at the next tails will have been finished. be much interested to know that he

;: t regular meeting. will appoint a mem- Contracts for work called for in is returning to the 'Glades from

;' ber to the Community Chest Committee I the general survey are expected to
," The Everglades Drainage Dis- a review of the activities of Tallahassee.
and other local and civic be let in March, but no definite information -
.:: ,:, trict will sell to the state of, Florida Clewiston Post 93, of the American The field office will be constructed -
bodies be represented. 'Plan of I has been given out by the
:, ;) equipment and machinery to the may Legion retiring Commander W. C. two miles north of Belle Glade
organization, of local welfare Clewiston office in this respect. nor
L: ":<' value of 7,000 for use on the new survey Owen made his annual report Tues-| near what is know as Runyon Sta-
:', conditions. and form of appeal for :is it known what unit of work is
l-/ -' state prison farm to be established day night and turned the reigns of tion on the Pahokee Road. The
..', funds have been discussed by the I next to be contracted for-
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: : : on Section 19 near Belle Glade. The office as post commander to J. A. Everglades News says that bids are
.. committee: which will be completednext One unit of the contract work has
I : ; :)- sale was decided upon at a meeting McGehee. who was duly installed being received on lumber and other
"' week. Present plans indicate already been awarded to the McWil-
':. .' : of the board of commissioners of -'' with other officers. material for a two-story building.,
that the, appeal for funds will be liams dredging company of New
;
.: ., the district in West Palm Beach Numbered among the accomplish- 22x36 feet, to be erected on sec-
Orleans. Two small draglines are
made' on an individual basis and
I tion 19 where Mr. Richardson will
ments of the'post during the past
'I the city of Clewiston thoroughly already on location and one large
t beautiful have his office on the first floor
is included
planting
,: -.I, canvassed by the committee and its year I dragline and a floating power house
while he and his family live in an
Australian trees Sugarland
. .. i aids during the campaign for subscriptions pine on are moving along the shore line to
:,. .,;:: Raifcrd prison farm related plans tentatively arranged for highway from Industrial canal along I the McWilliams' unit a seven mile apartment on the second floor..

1 '" ;',: ". which the state officials have for I the week commencing January 25. the Palm Beach road. These trees I section between Clewiston and It is through Mr. Richardsonthat

:" quick growing crops on the Everglades I are now giowing" bountifully and Moore Haven.In leases on state lands are ob-

.' farm to feed inmates of the I I The purposes of a Community will stand as a memorial to the efforts explanitory letter sent out tained and to him that rental pay-
': 'Chest are generally too well, known an ments made. The state owns
are
state institutions. and for canning of the post toward beautifyingthe
! I to elaboration but it is (Continued on Page 4) I
require ,
ri 1 _. vegetables for out of season use.I proposed vicinity of Clewiston. Warning' II I considerable land scattered over the

':,! }': The intention 'is to use the equip-I' that the local committee handle signs erected in the vicinity of the BILL FOR EVERGLADES PARK I entire state but evidently the greater -

.r i ;...f. meat purchased from the Everglades -' and dispose of all requests for Clewiston school were erected to GETS COMMITTEE APPROVALA portion of it that is being leased
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;<...t' ; Drainage district for the provide, safety for school children. I I I must be in the Everglades section

." ;-.; ::: farming operations. The articles t' The legion post sponsored the an- bill to establish a national park thus making that the logical place

I I "."w,: ; '::':' ::' which the state purchases are not Statement ReflectsSolid nual Community Christmas tree in I in the Everglades, in Monroe, Dade for the field office.

: '::;j:z.,: now being used or needed for drains which all civic organizations of the and Collier counties. was reported I The state is establishing Its con-

..'.: C' .J age operations.DREDGES.' Condition Of city joined to provide Christmas: favorably by the house committee I vict farm on a four hundred acre

,! presents to all children of the community on public lands early this week I tract which it owns in Section 19,

;d;! : i Bank Of ClewistonThe From funds solicited by the i news dispatches from Washington, and Mr. Richardson's office will evi-

I .i l : :. ARRIVE I. legion a balance of $20.58 was not. say. dently be near the some location.

C used. This amount has been set asideto The committee's decision was

'Y : ON WAY TO WORK strong condition of the First provide a nucleus fund for a sim-I made on a basis of hearings held I

>f : Bank of' Clewiston is reflected this ilar Christmas tree this year. last year, during which the projectwas Wide Broadcast Of
week in statement of condition reported -
a
Horace
,,:: :';:::,, The legion continued its annual' strongly advocated by
.',>If' to the state comptroller as Albright, director of the National
r, Two dredges, the property of the custom of sponsoring a golf tournament Florida Hour MondayAn
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December
: '::: ', McWilliams Dredging company'of taken at the close of business Park Service.

," ,::. :; '.: New Orleans were this week slowly 31, 1931. Among other activities of the leg- Florida representatives, led by; All-Florida program will be
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.c, "i ; -; working their way along the south Deposits in the local bank reach ion post during the past year was Mrs. Ruth Bryan Owen from the broadcast from Coast-to-Coast next

>; J %? shore of Lake Okeechobee at a total of $162.125.19. To offset the the sponsoring of the annual Legion east coast district. conducted a cam- Monday evening. January 18th and

: :'.: iston -on their way to Clew-I deposits the bank has cash on hand terminated paign through the committee to
which
Golf Tournament
listeners will have
., .. ,. radio an opportunity -
ti : construction of the first contract and in other banks amounting to thrrd.: have the bill reported out favorably. 'I
here
January 'to hear the greatest bit of
: section of the federal levee project $84,021.06 as well as United States arsD shrdl shrd shrd shr shr shrdl i
publicity ever gathered for the
, "," near here. government bonds totaling $73.- :
I".y The dredges have experienced difficulty 750.00, and county and municipal IPUBLIC WEDDING MOTOR: COMPANY SELLS CAR state into one program. General

:. 1 : in navigating the lake route bonds of twenty thousand dollars. OF CHEVROLETS IN: WEEK Motors is putting on the program
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and will give it advance advertising
,'.:'..:j?:' p;(f;" due to the shallowness of the War The value of the banking house A wedding of more than ordinary ,
thruout nation.
; : ?;'';'J '! ter. It was originally planned to furniture and fixtures is conserva- Interest is to be performed here this Within one week after receivingthe the

:' : j: r-, ....;? :' have the machinery moved into the tively listed at $8.410.01.. evening. when Miss Ruth Mathis. 21 first car shipment of Chevrolet Graham McNamee will be the an-

'i'' ,;.7/ ;:'.;' : lake by way of Fort Myers and The soundness of the financial of Clewiston and Mr. Oliver Gallo- automobiles this year The Clewis- nouncer and Bruce Barton will deliver -

...;.,:' ": through the Caloosahatchee but background of any community is re- way 22 also of Clewiston are mar- ton' Motor company, local distribu- a talk of Florida. The program

, .;; ::.,";... the low waters prevailing in all! flected in the condition of the local ried in Billroy's tent theatre next tors sold the entire shipment. Those will include Florida songs and mu-

:!, : ',} streams in this vicinity caused the bank and a study of the report of to the city hall, in a beautiful ring buying new 1932 models were: sic dedicated to the state. It is estimated -

., : machinery to be routed from New the Clewiston bank shows the sec ceremony. The ceremony will be Sheriff H. L. Delaney. Father F. J that 20.000.000 people will

"(: Orleans around the southern tip of, tion served by the bank to be in excellent -I performed by a local minister. it FInnegan, Dave Al!:ton. and E. L. be made Florid3-<<: cious through

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TWO THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY JANUARY 15 1D3Z

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with his campaign promises. since do not attend to little discomforts. figure out who to solicit. Well Lester -
"Too Late
CLEWISTON NEWS to Classify"By
THE
this is election year. I Suppose we asked ourselves the Sears lookin' at you Alsop, a lot

Published every Friday in Clewiston, It would be better if the legisla- following questions: of luck and a pleasant journey but

Inc.Florida by the CLEWISTON NEWS, tom paid more attention to the I Are my shoes comfortable? If not, Russell Kay: Asher were 'till the Bell rings-

seriously meant proposals than devote why not search the town for a last And I see where some of the pap-

so much time trying to estab- that really fits? ers are still talking about the gov- And while I get a tig kick out
second class matter.
Entered as
lish a lawmaking record Am I smoking tobacco that suits ernor's race-Well, it may have of your encouragin's letters tellin/
February 1. 1927, at the Post Officeat
o-- my taste? A study might reveal a been a race awhile back, but now me how you like these little doses
ClewIs ton, Florida, under the Act
Clewiston is the most progressivecity mixture that would double the plea- it ain't nothln' more--or less than a of bana oil if you really want to
of March 3, 1897.A .
in the state. That's taking in sure from your pipe. doggone stampede, and the boys in show your appreciation in a great

devoted to the best I some excellent territory but Clewis- Is my bed equipped with a good I the lead better do some tall steppinor big way why not stop in to see

Interests newspaper of Hendry County, Florida.I ton can hold its own In any com- spring; and matress? Are the cov- they will just naturally get rundown your editor and tell him about it

pany. erings warm and light? So much of and tramped to death. while you're writin out a check for
Its
leading newspaper. a our lives is spent in sleep that it is I know a couple of follows that your subscription. He's the follow

spoor economy to forego the best in want to run for governor but they that gives it to you. I don't do
Subscription rate: per year$2.00 PRACTICAL WAYS TO HELP I
nothing but write the blamed stuff.
accessories.Do been out of employment so long
Outside of State of Florida ......$2.50
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concernedin I own a watch and clock that they ain't even got hats to throw in
There are more people
the ring. I tell 'em to ahead SIGNS OF THE TIMES
helping others today than.,in any keep correct time? Not to know the go on

Advertising rates furnished on ap previous time in our history. The exact time is an hourly handicap. and run anyhow, nobody will know
the difference, with all them hats One of the leading financial institutions -
plication. unusual number of helpful acts and Does my living room contain a
deeds by which Christmas and the I comfortable chair and a good reading in there now who would take the in the state of Florida recently -

lamp? It would be folly to neg- trouble to .count 'em. published an advertiseme'I1tcaptioned !
Business office, Clewiston News, holidays were marked shows the "Just Cloud"
of people. A story of lIed such impcrSint conveniences. I don't know whether they're giv- a Passing
generosity our
Clewlston, Florida. Editorial and which because of its soundness and i iI
how the faculty and scholars of the I Do I own a"good hair brush- in' out hat-checks or not. but if
Advertising same. I forcefulness I is hehe copied In part:
fashionable Holton Arms School in clothes brush, tooth brush, nailbrush they ain't, it sure Is going to be

I:Washington raised nearly $1.000 j razor, and nail file? Believeit one sweet mess when all them op-I Victims of natural catastrophies j

Telephone 339 and distributed it for relief has, or not, thousands don't.Do ponents come out of the meetin' at such as earthquakes tornadoes and I II

i i the same time and start lookin I hurricanes often believe that the
evoked a great deal of favorable I subscribefor= enough magazines -
around for their bonnets. If some disturbances will never end. Some- I
comment. Instead of exchanging and that
buy enough books so
WHAT IS FLORIDA; FRUIT? times remain in their ,
they cowering
of 'em don't
home bare headed
go
Christmas gifts among themselvesas my evenings are not wasted because Ii j I
shelters after the has
long danger
in previous years, the faculty and there's nothing to read in the house? 'I'll be surprised.
"Florida Fruits and Vegetables in passed. They are afraid to go forth
pupils donated their money to a Do I own an atlas, dictionary, and j And you know I get a big kick
the Commercial Menu" (No. 50) a fund which was divided into sums' small encyclopedia so that I may'[out of readin' all these, platforms I into the bright sunshine that inevit-

most interesting book describing the of $100 and $200 and presented to ._ settle arguments and obtain information that tell us what they're gonna do ably follows the storm.I .
varieties of Florida fruits and veg- welfare I if I The history of the financial stress
employment agencies. or quickly? they get enough votes. One guy _
etables, and recipes, can be had by West miners. ( he's { closely parallels that of natural up-
ganizatious. Virginia a j Do I of:says gonna takw an axe to Tallahassee -
own an adequate supply
addressing Mary A. Stennis. state heavals. Men afraid to believe
selfsatisfaction are
day nursery, etc. The and start ctittin' expenses.
socks handkerchiefs collars ties?
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nutritionist, Dept. of Agriculture of this kind of generosity was I It's that Now ain't that a swell little dish that conditions are on the mend. By

Tallahassee.. Fla. Every hotel, restaurant voiced by one of the girl students.i will amazing put up with so the many inconvenience people I of flavored gelatine for you? He their timidity they prolong their ._ 1
in the
boarding house who will be a budding debutantein I caused by a shortage of such small may take an axe alright, but I'll bet troubles. I

state should have a copy and learn another season. "It is good to items. I he'll be so blamed busy grindin' it 1931 marked the passing of the I

that it is not necessary to buy a feel that our money is helping needy he won't have time to do any cut- financial storm cloud. economists 1{

fruit or a vegetable to make a com- that I have These are crude suggestions: tin'. ,
people and won't a say. 1932 is the year for rebuilding I
the improvement of life outside of
plete and satisfactory meal. I I whole lot of useless shoe trees, working hours. 'Dozens of others I But it does seem like kind of a when vigor, foresight and initiative ;

handkerchief cases, hose trays. and raw deal lettin' two X-governors will lay the foundations for new ;
will quickly suggest themselves to
Too many times it happens that such stuff, to bother about or to intelligent people. Few of us are I. compete with all the amatuers. It's successes and new fortunes. Each of

"papa's little lambkin" turns out to unload on my kid sisters." : a tough break for the other guys I the past national and international
living as comfortably and pleasantly -:1
be a stubborn old goat. As the Lord loves a cheerful giv- if when two of 'em can get an X in depressions has proved the truth of :
would at-
could
as we we pay
a er, so likewise do generous hearted tention to little, inexpensive things.'r i front of their names before the I this statement.We .

girls. like those in the Holton Arms I votin' starts. do not know how fast or how
STEALING ELECTRICITY Most of us could make little im-
School love humanity-that's why I John and Cary are passin' out}slow the rebuilding process may be. I III
provements in our offices and shops
they all had a happier Christmas But do know it has begun.
Headed by the chief of the crim- that would contribute generously to that old salve about being "Savvy" we that I IUF..onT
because they found practical waysto They "Vote for know the II
I
me.
say
inal investigation department the I
rep- pleasure of our work, and we I
OF THE CONDITIONThe
help worthy causes.o
resentatives of the Florida Power might be pleasantly surprised to ropes. have a cigar"-And Tom First Bank of Clewlston, at I II
and Light company are in Sarasotato learn that they added appreciably to Hammond is tryin to block that kick 1 Clewiston; in the State of Florida atI
Now we will have lots of argument with "Vote for me I'm not a poli-I the close of business December 31st,
investigate alleged_ tamperingwith
our profits.-Imperial Metal)
Type
1931. y yI
as to why Lenz lost the bridge I i
tician I
don't know anything. Hav-
electric meters and theft of Magazine. I '
tournament. Post mortems no end.I Resources! Dollars 1
electric current in various sectionsof o A-Tampa. I don't know about the .Loans and Discounts ._..______% 24190.73 J JI
Sarasota it was learned today. To take the census of a town leta I rest of you folks, but I smoke cig- Overdrafts --._...._._-------- NONE I
tent show come to town. arettes myself. Just the same,I( United States Bonds __._.___. 73750.00 i iI \
- Armed with search warrants, officers I County and Municipal Bonds 20.000.00All I
I I o Our Future SuccessBy there'll be a lot of birds roped in on Other Bonds County 1
swooped down on six places .........
HOW MANY DO YOU KNOW: ? that School Warrants -- 5.835.00'
under suspicion. At two of the six I rope gag. I TJinklnRf House. Furniture j

and Fixtures ._ .. 8410.01 \
visited -- ------
places officers said they these I
: How many Florida fruits And I see one guy states his po- Other Real Estate Owned ._? 5210.00
found the electric meter bridged ; Judge John W Dodge Cash Hand and Due
which will be the exhi- on
exploited by sition relative to this and in rela- '
across in such a manner to II The from Banks ____u._..._.._._ 84021.06
as en- 1931 is
year now history
bition at the Chicago 1933 World tion to that. Imagine a bird colnin'right

able electric current to be used i Fair could you describe? ,The lime- 1932 is our future. Our mistakes of r out and talkin' about what Total ___________ 221,416.80'r

without registering on the meter. quat tangelo avocado cust- the past have been made-our suc: Liabilities Dollars
I guava, he's gonna do for his relatives and
It was expected that direct informa- ard apple papaya. loquat, carissa.governor's cesses of the future await us. this in Capital Stock Paid ,in ----- 15000.00 --
tions would be filed against the occupants -' monistera de- What is more fitting than to now relations early the game. I Surplus Fund .._......_.__.__.___ 20,000.00 i,,;
plum. You know, I think there ought to Undivided Profits (Less Expenses -
of both. places some time liciosa. cherimoya mamey, sapote. think upon our needs? Eacn of us find Taxes Paid) 5.400.81

today. may profit by avoiding our past be a law that would compel,, each Deposits _.-...__.....___.._.:._-..__-.-. 162125.19
star apple llama abiu, akee, cacao, candidate to print the names of all Bonds Borrowed ......_.--._..._...... 18,000.00 )
At least 18 places were under Ti-Es, carambolo. pitaya. jaboticaba. mistakes. but only he who looks for- his kin on the ballot along with his All Other Liabilities. Cashiers I,
suspicion it said and investigation ward with a clear vision, undaunted Checks 890.80
was today jujube. imbu, ambarella. suranim --'-'-'--"---'--- I
that
own so we would know who

of the alleged current cherry, mango and pomegranite.: I courage. bright hopes nigh thoughts we are really votin' for. I Total .....----_.-....,._.._.....-.--.....-. 221.416.80
thefts has been under way for some Whew! Call All-Florida Information. and steady purpose. can hope to I
I STATE OF FLORIDA, COUNTY OF
And tell
they us that what we
time. Penalty for conviction on please. achieve success. HENDRY, SS.:

charges of tampering with electric, ,-o We have experienced the errors need is a good sound man. Maybe i j I, Elbcrt L. Stewart Cashier of the
I so. but I know a lot of folks thatain't above-named Bank, do solemnly swear
water or gas meters. County Judge It's hard to believe, but the winter and follies of our past; but, do we I that the above statement is true to '.
Arthur R. Clarke so hot about these talkies:,! the best of my knowledge and belief I If
said today is a vegetable season in the Ever- know how to remedy the past and
they want some action. and that it is in response to official
fine of $500 or imprisonment for glades is just about over, and the to build in the future? What is it ( notice to report by the Comptroller of

one year.-Sarasota Herald. spring crops are soon to be ready. I I'n we need this New Year? I I th State of Florida.
I And now comes Mr. Lester. W. i ELDERT L. STEWART, Cashier
u Business, society and governmenthave i CORRECT
I Jennings of Jacksonville who wants
Roger W. Babson, eminent stati-;I THAT CLEWISTON ROAD each to most of us, becomean {,to know what time them Blue" V V.R.PARKINSON E. KURTZ.C. .

stician, finds that the long worm of impersonal object. We'wail and Busses leave for Washington. With JOHN S COTTRELL
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depression has turned. In fact he I Some one says that "a road dol- weep; we rant and rare; we talk birds 'runnin' for I Directors.
iso many. congressit and to before me
[ Subscribed sworn
says the depression. phase of the I lar has never been' entirely wasted. and stalk; we abuse and misuse; I must be awful tough on these.I this 8th day of January. 1932.

business cycle is more than half And its pretty well true. There we cuss and discuss; we fume and here passenger agents* trying to (SEAL, ) c. MCDONALD Notary Public., "I

over. have been "political" roads and there fuss; we plan and propose; we meet i '-

has been uselessly expensive road I and beef; we appoint and disap- i
0.
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construction. These things shouldbe point; we create boards and layout /

ONLY 10.000 BILLS discouraged. But as long as civi- new roads; we strut in old ruts; we I IBUILDERS

lization progresses, there will be whine and dine; we sing and shout, \

- Shortly after the 72nd congress need of road construction. If the. and end up in a rout. But. it is all

convened after the Christmas holidays Everglades section made no progress -i directed at the other fellow-we:! \

it found itself confronted by a it would need no roads. If: personally soon fade out of the Pi-! !

gigantic hopper of legislative bills. there were no developments around' ture. Nothing is individual. I I 'j

Only 10.000Many of which will Moore Haven and Clewiston there In the words of Edgar A. Guest. I!4 (

never see the light of day after be- wouldn't be such a tragic need fOl.1a if each of us would learn, and teach I' WANTED J

thrust into the committee rooms of road between the two towns. I our children too: i i i

the law making bodies. Residents around Clewiston, who: "How to live with one another,I!

Those in the "Washingtonian-]' have opportunity to watch both there'll be less of trouble here. I II i ... .- .- ....
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know" '[.roads, say there is more traffic over If we'd teach men how to neighbor! r '
say that of this number in- I ,. < '", ;r.- : : : ":. ".. ; -r. 'j
troduced approximately 50 have that ungodly rock road from Moore I I and to walk in honor's ways. i iI i : <. !. .:. ,

Haven h to Clewiston than there is We could settle ", '
chance of being placed on the vo-!: I.I every problem : -
lumnious law book of the nation. i' the new highway from Clewiston to' which the mind o' man .can!:;

What happens to the other 9.950iThe : j LaBelle. We do not doubt the state-'I..r raise, | Substantial inducements are

paper on which they were officially -; ment, though we haven't counted I What_ we're needin' isn't systems or. i
cars. or anything like that but w' j
printed can be utilized to some regulatin' plan.

make other papers, and the con-' do know that many a fairly decent I I But a bigger an' a finer an' a truer' offered to relieve the acute

gressmen can point out to their con-' disposition is being ruined because I I type o' man." j

stituents that they introduced bills' of the strain of travelling such a There is now a work for you. and )

that would have cured all the na road. Surely something will be done I I a work for me. Each of us has his: housing shortage now pre- ,

tion's ills, brought a postoffice about it soon.--Moore Haven Democrat0 own individual work to do. In thej; I

-- -- --- words of the each. "Toil
let
to Podunkville, given un-employ-V poet in Clewiston
vailing
ment relief raised the price of farm'' hard to say which attractsthe Away." I Iw w i

products lowered the price of commodities -: most attention the new style "Toil away and set the stone I

stopped the China-Japan bathing suit or Mahatma Gandhi in That shall stand when you are
-
wrangle, opened Europe to profit- his loin cloth. gone. j

able trade, collected all debts owing -0-. Grind the gem and dig the well. ,,' .
the the United States and reduced TRY SMALL: IMPROVEMENTSI For what? for whom?-I can not .J. !1'-'"

taxes. Maybe. tell. .
often think that we might make Be it wage enough for you
There are enough laws on the THE'CLEW
books our lives more enjoyable if we would To shape them well and set them .
now. We need
more respectfor
try to effect one small improvementeach true,
the ones we have without hav-

ing to burden on the shoulders of week. Of the future who can tell? IS TON COMPANYPHONE :
the public. another Too many of us concentrate on Work, my friend, ana so faro-
10.000alleged the realization of big improvements.We well."

laws.With want a big house, a new car, a --oA I 102
all the laws Introduced on- trip to Europe, a fifty percent increase clergyman on hearing some- i

ly being done for show, it is possible in our income. These aims one remark that liberalism was : ADMINISTRATION 'BUILDING CLEWISTON, FLORIDAPAGE

that some might be passed withoutthe are excellent but usually the post- creeping Into the churches, made

actual heartfelt support of the ponement of their enjoyment makesus the comment "If that is so, I hopeit I

authors. Still every congressman unhappy. Meanwhile we are unnecessarily will soon strike the contributionboxes. -- ---- ...
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t $ Uttbap.cbool: I ho 1II..d a free shot. Clewiston how-

\I Personal Mention ; v.;\'-r \.ts 110 match fo1 LaBelle. The

! .1Lesson [THE CJ3LUE and w HI 4 u --J ha'f, tud.d with LaBelle ahead 16

to ;a
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Clewiston came back with a bang
f E. L. Stewart left Tuesday for .
! Tallahassee.Mr. FOR JANUARY 17, 1932 i.nd tang. two -goals in succession.'
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Editorial Staff I PERSONAL lath teams made 2 more goals
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,J.. :, : '. and Mrs. C. W. McDonald mo- SUBJECT: Jesus rnd Nicodemus. I Editor in Chief Mary Louise Oglrsby each and then LaBelle showed her

o; : ,tored to Dade City Saturday. GOLDEN TEXT: "God so loved Assistant Editor ........ Halson Avant Yncie is a new boy in the tenth 1 heels. LaBelle high schol made

.'. : ..: the world that He His only begotten Assistant Editor M... Mae Lily Stone grade. His name is Herbert L 15.59> from the double-header. La-
: gave
..,...: .. -- Sports Editor ......_. Richard IJestor i HalterTnp. sell; ,girls defeated the Clewiston
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Son that whosoever believ-
,:. d,, ;- J. R. Lawson. of Tampa, was a .
: Sports Editor __............ Evelyn Hare I basketball teams were entertained Girls 169.YanVhy
\; :!}::_ fi. Monday business visitor here. eth in him should not perish, but
., .': .' have everlasting life." John3:16.. Humor Editor .....___.....Usler Mathis by a party at Edna Small'sin :
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;;: Social Editor O".u Betty Spicer .-.._,41e after the basketball gameI is tho flag 0 at half

:.<:*'VEarl Crispen, of Kansas City. Mo., LESSON TEXT: John 3121. Cartoonist u....::.-..:...... Anne Mnthis r;day evening. mast.

i\\ :.V..f4-was a recent business visitor here. I TIME AND'PLACE:, A.. D:....'27; Je- Business Manager::: ....._..._ Roy Green Ail the school children are attending Lily.-This .place is dead. .

\ 4-rt. rusalem. the show that is in town.

:'i roW.. R. Eve. Jr., of Orlando, was "Nicodemus..was a stro'ng man I arvin Altman may move to Hookie-I cannot sleep at night.'
TARDINESS
:'; $; v"i among the recent business visitors highly educated probably rich.. and Canal Point. the least little sound disturbs meI

*,:r 0.vr here. was a member of the Sanhedrin. the When you see-the word tardy i i I. Mary. Louise: Oglesby went to Pa- am a victim of insomnia. Even a
distresses'me
cat on our back fence'
x. civil and religious court of the hoke; Tuesday afternoon to get a
written. think of school.
l.iry." Alex St. Amand and James Rumble Jews." you usually i I rmanent wave. Lily Murel Wynn beyond word's.Dr. .
'. That is usually where people make
:" {7\! Simmons-This powder will
were Sunday visitors in Ft. My- accompanied her.
of the Phari-
"There
was a man o
the habit of being tardy, and as
to that.
put a stop
'ers. sees: named Nicodemus. a ruler of I Evelyn Hare spent Wednesday in
:; they get older it grows upon them I
Hookie-When
do I .take it.Dr. .
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the Jews. The same came to Jesus LaBelle, studying library work. -
to be tardy for everything. It is one
> ,../ : J" L. McDonald, of Jacksonville I! Richard .' Simmons-You ,don't take it
."*. 1." ,: by night. and said unto him. Rabbi of the most disgusting things in) and George Bestor mo- '
-.:{}!"" arrived here recently to spend sev- tored to West Palm Beach Give it to the cat in some milk. .
> .. i we know that thou art a teacher school life to have someone cornel t I Sunday
;i fT1' .
.: :v ,. eral days.
I come from God: for no man can slouching into the room five or ,ten i night.
'.1f. -' I Mrs. Wynn-Mrs. Hare, why does
: i do these miracles that thou doest. minutes late- Of course there are
r'\i(9 A ?' Sam Adams of Miami, was among except ,God be with him." "Phari- some pretty good excuses sometimesfor IN SCHOOLBy your daughter Evelyn sing in the
T\\, the out of town business men here I !Hare dining room?
> ,;, sees" were the most religious class being tardy. but they are few Evelyn '
,|y this week. in their In school I. get so doggone tired.I Mrs. Hare-Its the only way to
of Jews. fanatical religious isn't
;, "" and far between. One going to
the leave the table.
I get guests to
wish to heck
I'd fired.
.': and national ideas- be in school always. so it is best not soon get
Bobbie-Do clever make
f. .- Mr. and Mrs. Frank Vought arrived There women
I'd ratherdo.
are so things
many
'Came by night. Possibly Nico- to form the tardy habit in school wives.
>. in Clewiston recently from Baton ; good
demus feared to let the Pharisees because you don't want to be tardyin Merle-Clev'er don't be-
Rouge. La. Than women
know of his visit. Peloubet quotes everything in life. If you are tar getting Spanish or working come wives. -
r I
; Professor Davis Smith as saying, "It dy in any of your engagements Algebratoo.
Mrs.
E. L. Stewart and Mrs. Gus
d ": i was not on his, own account that he whether they are business or social i?i Edd what'are do-
Clark-Hey
McGhee were visitors to West Palm [And oh. sometimes what a noise you
Lord for when St. John it is not only embarrassing to '
"'--1kach i sought our ; you ing with that red lamp?
Tuesday. That
calls him 'a man of the Pharisees,' but to the people concerned also.LaBELLECLEWISTON II I comes from some of the girls Frenchie Johnson found it.

Herbert Blate left Tuesday for : he means not merely that Nicode- When and changing'classes boys. time is near Some fool had left it back there
mus belonged to that party but that GAME where the road is washed out.
Tampa, where he will remain a few The
he was its, delegate." We think clamoring. .noise'you're sure to .
,
days on business. hear. -
-' however, that the better view is The LaBelle girls won-a 46-9 victory Lida Wallace-I hope you found

.' Mrs. G. O. Wallace has returned that Nicodemus had heard Jesus over the Clewiston girls on the!' Oh! hear. the class'bells the novel ..I loaned, you interesting.
teach and saw the miracles' he did. LaBelle court Friday night Jan. 8. Bush-I did but
from Jacksonville where .she spent :And my what order it compels Mary not pear
: and believed he was sent from God. The Clewiston girls showed very interesting as the letter some-
: :'- several days last week. so
"Silence the teacher commands
: r: But whether to accept him as the now -
little improvement while the La-j one left in it as a book mark.
promised Christ he wa.s not certain. !i ...
,
Belle girls showed splendid team ---0: .
\ "' Mr. and MrsT.. B. Shelley and ) And if you're not, -extra work on -
) ., We are told in John 12:14. "Amongthe work and swiftness. CAN :YOU IMAGINE '
:. Eramitt Shelley attended the theatre .11 your hands. ,
chief' rulers ,also many believedon The tall LaBelle forwards wereable
,: in Pahokee Sunday night. J ,. -
,
,,'r" him; but because of the Pharisees to drop the ball into their goal!t Betty, Spicer. not making wisecracks
did not confess him lest LaBELLE BOYS TAKE LOCALS "
Mrs. Gilbert R. Fields after; they every time. INTO CAMP IX FAST GAME orEvelyn .. ,
spending a short time here. h'as're- they should" be put out of the syna- In the first half. Wynne made a I Hail knowing how. to spell.

turned to her home in Vicksburg.Miss. gogue. field goal giving Clewiston 2 points By RichardBestor ,or' ''-' .
Nicodemus' first words show that Padgett made 17 points for LaBelle LaBelle trounced Clewiston Mary Louise, Oglesby. not writing,

, --.-- Jesus "was .divinely-commission-- and Crews made 3 points, leaving the 33-11. Bronson stars for LaBelle, or.. .' .' .

Harry Herrington, of Tampa was ed teacher" and that his teachingwas score Clewiston 2 and LaBelle 23. Hare for Clewiston. Clewiston offers Mae,' Lily." Stone' not wearing lipstick -

among the out of town visitors "authenticated" by his mir- The Clewiston girls didn't get I TIO excuses for being defeated so or: .: /

transacting business in Clewiston. acles; that he was "a teacher sent warmed up until the last half. Then I badly. A large crowd sees 0 game at Lily Merel ?Wynn' not bragging

this week. from God. If we believe that Jesus It was almost too late. Bethea made basketball court in LaBelle. Bron- about ,some 'of her fights, or

and the writers. Mathew. Mark. 2 field goals and one free .#shot. ,son and Marquette combination ,defeats Evelyn Hare getting fat, or

. R. L. Murray, of Ft. Myers representative Luke. John, Peter and Paul, actually Wynne made two field shots also in I Clewiston.The Lily Merrel Wynn not screaming

,1i of the Murray Motor company lived and made the statementsset the last half. LaBelle's forwards game started and LaBelle when she gets in a crowd 'or

was in Clewiston Saturday out in the New Testament con- made 23 more points leaving the. worked -their way deep into Clewis- Van Bush "Sleeping Sickness."

,\ transacting business. cerning Jesus then.we" ought to be- score 46-9- I ton territory and then Bronson to not sleeping in school. or

\ -..- lieve that Jesus had supernaturalpower o Marquette and goal. Hare then shot Richard Bestor growing up

Mrs. H. CJones returned the performed miracles and was BIG CONTEST
( r"i'v I ______________,_,..h'_ ,_ _. __,_
the Son of God. --- --
early part ,of the week from Jacksonville '
where she has been visit- -- "Jesus answered verily verily;' I So far no interest has been shown!' '

\ ing her parents. say unto thee except a man be in the contest that the "Blue and I PLRE CLA.-SOll '

I born of water and of the spirit, he White Banner" is sponsoring. All'! -

Miss Ulla Jacobson spent Sunday cannot enter into the kingdom of pupils in school are to vote and. : :

v. in Moore Haven visiting her father God." In explanation of these words. please have all your votes turned }

: .,: Peter M. Jacobson. who is visiting in Tarbell's Guide quotes Mr. Henry in before the next edition of the} ;, _
t l Moore Haven from Tampa. Drummond thus "Except ye be bornof Clewiston News. You will find posters -: a ;;

f I water and spirit." verse 5. and in the lower hall telling you all I .

W.' P. Stuart, of Bartow, repre-' "Ye must be born anew" Terse 7. about it. The contest box will be

sentative of the Gulf Refining company were familiar thoughts in another found in Miss Morgan's room where '

was a recent business visitor sense to ,every Jewish heartnothing you are to put your votes. If you do

here. more ,nor less, indeed, than two not understand what it is all about
of the common political phrases of ask Betty Spicer who is in chargeof

A marriage of interest to their the day. The custom with".a foreigner the contest.

many friends was that of Miss Sara who came to reside in a Jewish -

Lou Downes of Clearwater. Fla.. to town in those times was to regardhis CHAPEL PROGRAM i s c t

Mr. Fred Hill of Clewiston. Mr.I as unclean. He was held at arm's 0' f

and Mrs. Hill were married Friday length. If he wished to leave his Miss Wallace's room gave a delightful -'

evening in Lake Worth. They were gods and share the religious hopes program in chapel Friday. .

attended by Mr. and Mrs. T. B. "Shelley and civil privileges of the Jews Raymond Mabrey gave au Indian 1 1ecitation.

and R- L. Coker of Clewiston. there was one way out, of the old j I

state into the new-just one waye Jimmy Beardsley gave a recitation: u Sp

must be born:again. He was bap- The seventh and eighth grade girls
Among those from Clewiston attending -
i tized with water and passed gave a playlette entitled "Wilt Thou
l' the basketball game in La-
4 .
rites till fin- Mabel. Miss Drew sang a song en-:
other
z flBelle Friday night were Miss Jewel through reckoned certain clean when, he be- titled "For You." j; .:..:..:..:t(..:.:..:..:|..:..*..J>.J..*..*M*..:..* .:":..J..*M*..J..J.,:..J.-*..*..'..*<.*-..*..V.*.*:-* -v.*.*:..*'.*-J..J;.J.**..:..:..:,.:..:. ,
Art Lawrence. Miss Elsie ally '
-J Lowe, 1't'
.; The school body joined in several; .,
' ;Hare. Van Cothern. Miss Jeannette came as truly one of the chosen peo- .. 'f'
he"had lineal descendant that were i. 't't
if been a songs sung.
ple as
G- Morgan, Miss Jo Hogan Phil Peterson -
And the pro These programs are always enjoyed : ::
of Abraham. HOME-LIKE HOTEL _
? Mrs. Spicer, Roberta Spicer and 'lc1JiE
.: j. G. AllhandsMrs. cess of initiation from the Gentile by the pupils and all parents! ',

.;.' I world into the kingdom of the Jew. are welcome. I : '

" J. P. Percy MrsW- P. was called a regeneration. or a being i :; <, ,

" Vaughn. Mrs. Harry Vaugn. Mrs. born again. There was nothing Mary Bush went to the movies in ?
consid- :a: ;, \> THE CLEWISTON INN HAS AL- :f: .
r H. A. Bestor Mrs. E. R. Fontaine, therefore, in the thoughtful Moore Haven last week- Coming : .. '. ,.. ff
\ Mrs. J. F. Tippey andIiss Frances eration of the new birth in the higher home she was in a small accident. I :: ::';j, :'I";;./:.: WAYS PRIDED ITSELF ON ITS :f: .

Tif>pey held a meeting recently at sense for the Jew to marvel at." :.;: :'-.;: ,Y.yt HOME-LIKE. QUALITIES.. HERE ;+; -
Jesus. in I 'f'
the home of Mrs. Vaughn to discuss The phrase spoken by HAVE YOU NOTICED? ;'i'I; : : : YOU WILL FIND ALL THE DE'f'
for the coining dance to be our lesson. "that which is born' of :: ; ,' ::
plans to indicate i i .;?!,.' LIGHTFUL COMFORTS; OF' HOME s;
:
given Jan. 26 at the Clewiston Inn. the spirit is spirit. appears Betty Spicer coming to basketball :ii: '!'.': ::
that the new birth mentionedby ; .,( '::_< AND THE LUXURIES OF AN EX-
which will be sponsored by St. Mar- practIce alone, or. :
Jesus in. "Ye must be born ':i: L'Ii'Y';' CELLEUT HOTEL. ::
garet's Catholic church. Lily Merl Wynn up in an air-I :; ..
.t
,
birth. ;Nico-- .
again. is a spiritual ,
..." ---- plane with Max or 'f'y
-
.. Among the guests at the Clewis-'demus answered. How can. these Evelyn Hare riding in the "Yel :'%: Our dining service is unparalleled anywhere in .the :f:

. .: ton Inn this week are Mr. and Mrs. things heJesus answered-are low Peril," or :f Everglades delicious' meals' I 'f'f'
know- ; --- tastefully prepared ::
<: Russell Duncan. Mrand Mrs. Her I thou a master in Israel, and George Bestor getting cold toward :: :,
: ;
I pl< a::ipgly served-a combination; that makes the Clew-
< .. man Jinks, Mr. and Mrs. Billy est not these things? Mary Bush, or,. | :
:
:!: iston Inn the' ] of the :
Everglades. :
? moot popular hostelry
' Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hutchinson Nicodemus was honest .
::,- )Wehel. Evidently The new teacher, Miss Harmon, : y
:: Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Barlett. and really desired to understand the or. !I. y

;4 -4' Mr. and Mrs. L. Nemar, Miss Babe teachings of Jesus. That "is shown The boys out for basketball prac-! :.;. Delightfully situated on the shores of Lake Okeecho- :::

. J 1';" Pritchard. Miss Kitty Watkins. Miss from the full and careful answers Use working so much harder than ::i: bee, tie Inn has all tho ad-anfages of a. resort hotel: .i.;

:;!, MRatsy Lyons John Finch, Bob Nor- Jesus gave him." Every honest in- ever. or.That .:f wHit the ever rent) idea of the coirilorts of home.THE :;:

y; iEris, Ott Foley. Rosco Hanke. Bob quirer for religious truth is usually Betty Spicer has not said. '.; O .s'y

:. '.F ..,,- Fisher and Bob Heidelberg. aided in his search by Jesus, or "Scandal" this year; keep it up :':.. .'s'
.
:tV ,.; .. representative, the Holy Spirit. Betty. I' :.a. .f.y

-. 0 Among out of town visitors here Jesus then spoke what is probabIv '
. CLEWISTON INN
,..; this week attending the tent theatre i the most important statement in these words of Christ. : : :i:

.were: W. G. Smith. Mr. andMrsVer- "cripture "as Moses lifted up the f
Then Jesus further spoke verse 16 :
., non Bryant.Mrs. J. Willingham.C.. serpent in the wilderness even so of the third chapter of John whichIs .:i. Mr. and Mis. Claude Downs, Managers. .a.:xz :
: -
B. Farnan. Marvin Paper Miss Marie must the Son of man be lifted up: perhaps the most beloved verse in :t y

''; : Jones. Mrs. Pete Wilson Mrs.Eilene that whosoever believeth in him the Bible. :'Tor .God so loved the'i y y

:. McDuffie Mrs. Edna Surrency Miss should not perish but have eternal world. that he gave his only begot- ::i: TELEPHONE 105 for. RESERVATIONS'f. ::

',,i-.:' "Cecile Yoder, L. W- Swindle, Mrand life." The story of the brazen ser- ten Son that whosoever believethin .,.. --- ---- .a...

':0 ., Mrs. Roy Alston, Walker Nail and pent-Is told in Numbers 21:4-9..Yeu him should not perish but have :: .of'y

.. others of Moore Haven. should r.ead it in connection with everlasting life." :..;.;...-.;.. ; ..:.;..:..: ;..:.. .;..:..:,:.V**#*%.;..:*V%..;**:..;..:..;.:W#..:..:*V%..:*VVVVI .

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STATE TO RECEIVE MUCH fresh fruit and vegetable crops are NOTICE OF I.ANDO\VNRRS'

SUGAR MILL VISIT VALUABLE RADIO PUBLICITY AGRICULTURE NOW producted in Florida. The fertile MEETING

soil of Florida will always produce Annual Landowners' Meeting- of
Through General Motors, Florida a golden harvest of wealthguaranteed Sugarland Drainage District will be
held in the office of the District in
INTERSTS EDITORS. DEVELOPED FROM
will the night of Jan 18th -
on. receive throughout the years by Clewiston Florida at 10 o'clock A. M. ,
the greatest bit of publicityever equal climatic conditions. abundant January 30, 1932 for the purpose' of ,

FLORIDA PAPERSTUART known. The all-Florida program PRIMITIVE STAGESCLIMATE rainfall and the constant warmth of, age electing District one, supervisor to serve of for said a term Drainr of ,

will be broadcast from coast-,I year around sunshine. three years and for the transaction of

to-coast. attended by advance advertising i The importance of agriculture to such other before business the meeting.R. as may. properlycome

DAILY NEWS GIVES throuout the nation. Graham I Florida is shown by the followingbit Y. PATTERSON
McNamee will be the and i OF FLORIDA OFFERS Seoretary.
ACCOUNT OF TRIP announcer of Chinese philosophy and
F. DEANE DUFF,
MORE ADVANTAGES TO
THROUGH MILL Bruce Barton will deliver' a talk on shows their attitude toward the President.
Florida. The include TRUCK: GROWERS Board of Supervisors
program wijl I greatest of all professions:

That the processes of the mill of Florida songs and music dedicated! "Public prosperity is like a tree; Jan. 15-22.Sugarland Drainage District.

the United States Sugar corporationhere to the state.-It is estimated that 20.- Agriculture although numbered agriculture is its roots; industryand

is of interest to residents of all 000.000 people will be made -Flor- among the oldest activities of man commerce are Its branches and NOTICE. OF LANDO\VNERS'

parts of the state and nation is' ida-conscious through this( program i j j i has been, generally speaking, the leaves. If the root. suffers the MEETING

shown by the length of space devoted -; advanced by; General Motors to this I' most backward of our primary in- leaves fall, the branches break. and Annual Landowners' Meeting of ;

to a visit to the mill which early date so that it would be most dustries to adopt modern machineryand the tree dies." held Clewis ton Drainage District will be '
in the office of the District in
appeared In the Stuart Daily News effective as direct advertising for methods until recent years. Clewiston Florida at 11 o'clock A. M. I'

last week. Florida. The evolution" agriculture has 1 DREDGES ARRIVEON January 30, 1932 for the purpose of
: electing one supervisor of said Drainage !
The story as printed in the Stuart I covered hundreds of years. Step by I WAY TO WORK District to serve for a term of I
paper follows in its entirety: I I step from crude hand fashioned i three years and for the transaction of ,

A visit to the Clewiston sugar! Glades Area is Site I I tools to the modern day implement'I (Continued From Page 1) such come other before business the meeting as may, properly ''I
,
mill must be included in the itiner- I the tilling of the soil has gone for-: the state to the St. Lucie canal. R. Y. PATTERSON.

ary of most Florida visitors this Of New Prosperity! ward until today we find farming i:!' through which canal the machinery F. DEANS Asst. Secretary.DUFF .j

winter Judging by the number of an industry of science and the I passed two. weeks ago on their way President. \i
Board of Supervisors
people who are flocking to see the farmer occupying a place in the here. Clewiston Drainage District J
United States Sugar corporation'sbig News of prosperous times around I community life that a hundred Although the dredges are not of- JaK 1522.NOTICE .

plant In operation.The the lower end of Lake Okeechobee I( years ago would not have been ficially doing work on their contractat '

banner day so far brought has reached the state board of' thought possible. With huge sums present. the route they are takingis OF APPLICATION DEEDNOTICE FOR TAX

129 visitors, but every day sees I health. of money invested in agriculture along the line of the levee to be. \

practically a constant stream of i According to the information with machinery capable of speedingup constructed. As they dig their way IS HEREBY GIVEN; That I
Ruth R. Beardsley holder of Tax Cer- \
sightseers going through the mill reaching Dr. Henry Hanson. state farm operations. with good Ito the beginning of the project they tificates No. 281, 282 283 285, and 1

under the direction of a guide furn- health officer and the board's exe- roads. the radio, telephone, automobile I are throwing surplus rock and ma- 285 1-2 2nd day of &!pt 1929 has filed I

ished by the company for that pur-,cutive official through personal electric lights and the many terial on the levee line. In this way, made said application certificates for in tax my deed office to issue and i
i
pose. contacts established in a recent; other conveniences of the present'it is explained, not all the work will thereon in accordance with law. Said

The big plant is now operating at trip to Belle Glade and from advices!'I day farm service the tiller of the be wasted as they work eastwardon certificates properly embrace situate the following in Hendry descrIbed I

almost its total capacity of 4.000 I from observers a real "boom." with! soil accomplishes more by his effort their.part of the construction. County, Florida to-wit: i

tons of cane every 24 hours. An the attendant mushroom building and is privileged to enjoy more Block 208 Lot 24, Block 159, Lot '_
1. Block 162 Lot 12, Block 176'.
average of 3.200 tons is being fed of dwellings is underway, not only time. with what we call the better. DIVERSIFIED FLORIDA Lots 22. and 30. all in the City of ___ ,1 i
Into the mill daily, most of it coming in the small communities but things of life. Clewiston. i

from the cano fields of Palm Beach through the countryside. Excellent In Florida these privileges'are The assessment of said property un- '
With seventy-four varieties of! der the said certificates issued was in
county. prices being received for produce many. Have you ever stopped to fruit and sixty-three varieties of name of H. F. Bycroft Jr Theodore i

This amount of cane is converted grown in the extremely rich Ever-, think of the fine physical advan- vegetables In Florida it is Gottlieb and Wm. H. Kuhlman.
grown ; Unless said certificates shall be redeemed -
into about 105 tons of raw sugar glades soil is given as the reason! tages that the state of Florida has very evident that the program being according to law tax deed will i
immediately for the prosperous appearances of,! issue thereon on the first day of February -
.
every day, the output being to offer in the field of agriculture? advanced by Miss Mary A. Stennis. 1932.
loaded Into cars for shipmentto things down that way, Dr. Hanson'said. !'I The unusual plant life in Florida is state nutritionist for all-Florida I Dated this 31st day of December

the refinery.The j due in part to the fact that the menus for the third week in Janu- 1931.SEAL
) WILLIAM T. HULL
mill is 18 days ahead of its The state board of health was officially state extends through approximately -,
ary, will find a ready response from I Clerk of Circuit Court
last season's grinding schedule, fa- drawn into the situation be- six degrees of latitude which I service clubs. hotels and restaurants. Hendry County, Florida.

vorable weather making it possibleto cause of the sanitation angles of gives it some features of tropical. 1- ._- \

carry on harvesting operations the building program there and after sub-tropical and temperate climate. Miss, Stennis. In her latest bulletin. ..NNN. ...............................................MN. ......N1........NNMNI. I,
include
without interruption. A 'touch of Dr. Hanson had surveyed the The state's advantages are also I: suggests"cherries.that no olives menu or should raisins." .......-..................................-........................................................... f!

cold would be welcomed by the su- situation he instructed ,Louva G.r partly due to the fact that it ex- '

gar corporation as it would ,increasethe Lenert the director of the bureauof tends, through approximately seven C. E. STEBEL i

sugar content of the cane. A sanitation for the board to pro- degrees, of longitude giving it a Passing Show: A reader com-

slight advance in the price of raw ceed into the territory to see that great variety of soil conditions and plains that although he is anxious Dealer in 1

sugar is giving the company a break, all sanitation regulations are followed physiographic features; and addedto Ito buy a second-hand saxophone he General Electric Refrigerators ,

however. The market has advancedfive so as to prevent the possibility this is the state's peculiar location has never seen one advertised. Per-

points within the past few days. of a contagious disease outbreakin in relation to other land bodies haps he looks under the headingof Electrochef StovesRadios

One of the first things that im- that area. Mr.' Lenart left yester- and to bodies of water. Musical Instruments.

presses visitors to the huge mill is day for the territory, via Tampa, No other state in the union sug- and Supplies

the comparatively small number of where he 'will confer with public gests possibilities equal to thoseof WANTED SALESMEN WITH CAR Radio Repairing

men employed to operate the mass health officials :in connection with Florida with- respect to agricul-i -To establish and operate Raw- Pahokee Florida
the board's program. Mr. Lenert leigh Routes in Counties of Glades.
of complicated machinery and equip- tural development. The total land

ment required for the production of rill visit Belle Glade. Pahokee, area of Florida in acres, is 35-' Charlotte and City of Boynton. 1:,.IN:N:NI..:N:N:N:N:.'.:NININ: N.:N NON N NIN:N:N:N N:. '

raw sugar by the most modern me- Canal Point and intermediate 111.040. Of this amount 5,940.2291 Steady workers can start earning IIN:NIN:N:N N:N:M:N:N:M:N N:N:.i N:.i N:NN:N:NIN:N.11

thods. Many of the processes are points.WORK. I acres are in farmlands. Records also $35 weekly and increase rapidly. ,
I Hustlers on similar routes do $6.000 i'A.; :rJ "''' ;:;.. y.+?jiv-a aTrg-Tte j
automatic and there is but, little'hard ,i I show us that the average rainfall

labor for the men employedin TO CONTINUE per annum for the past 33 years I annual business. Some established J JSAMESEHVICE f"
30 years Reply immediately giving
WITH
sugar making. CREW REDUCED I was 52.4 inches. This rainfall is

From the time the freight car- ONLY, ABOUT 62 MEN distributed pretty evenly throughout age occupation references. Raw- NEW LOCATIONNolon
leigh Industries. Dept. FA-83-T,
loads of cane are dumped into a the growing seasons. Then too, B. Conner, formerly located -

huge hopper at one side of the mill from the(Continued U. S. Engineer From Page office 1) in the average normal temperature for Memphis. Tenn. in the Civic Center Bar- j

until the raw sugar is run off into the year is 70.8 degrees with Flor- ber Shop, now be found at f fSIIOR'.rY
Jacksonville it said may
was : "The -
present MEN WANTED to operate world renowned -
325-pound burlap bags at the other ida having the distinction of having MUSGRAVES BarberShop I
program calls for the dredgingof I
Rawleigh Home Service
side a period of about 24 hours i the most sunshine of any state east In theALSTON- I
the first section from Moore Haven -
business in Counties of Glades.
elapses. Of the is
course
process of the Rocky mountains. BlUILDING
to Ft. Thompson including a revision Charlotte and City of Boynton
continuous seven days In the week During the past decade Florida
Where the Same Efficient
to the locks and spillways to
with cane being fed in and sugar be- | has not had the exodus from the Beach. Reliable hustler can start i Service May be Had
be done during 1932 and 1933. This
and increase
ing taken off steadily, but the con- farm to the city that other states earning $35 weekly
version of cane into sugar occupiesa will require the removal of approx- have witnessed. In fact the census I rapidly. Write immediately. Raw- I Nolon B. Conner
imately 3.500,000 cubic yards of
Co.. FA-83-S
leigh Dept. Memphis
period of about 24 hours. of 1920 showed a rural population I
material and will provide a flood-! Tenn. ,,........ .. ..., ,
From the railroad dump the cane of 612.645 while the state census ""- .Ir:: n; ="J"' "" "
,way and navigation channel, 80 feet i
'
is conveyed to a series of mills, I showed a rural population of 701- I
i wide or more on the bottom and not -------- --
where it Is ground and reground un- '' 271 a gain of 88.626 or 14.5 per I I
,
i less than six feet deep. Tue second -- oo :t'= "... .. Jt i
til every vestige of Juice has been Florida of the four
i cent. was one I
section from Ft. Thompson to Ft.,'I
extracted. So dry is the bagasse af- I ( states in the United States that did y
will be '
Myers undertaken during
ter emerging from the mills that it not show a loss of rural population CONTINUED PROGRESSTHE
1933. The above program is tentative I
goes directly to the boners for use
during that period.
however being subject to funds:I' I
as fuel. The principal crops in Florida II
being provided by congress and to I
The extracted Juices make their for 1929 were valued at $97,044- I
I fulfillment of conditions of local cooperation -
first trip to the top floor of the ; imposed by 000, including staple crops. truck I
congress. CONTINUED PROGRESS OF
where lime added in
building is
I crops fruits and nuts according tot
; "If the program can be carried I
proper quantities to counteract its out as now anticipated the entire the bureau of economics of the I CLEWISTON WARRANTS A CON

natural acidity. A chemist is on i Caloosahatchee river section of the I United States department of .agri- Il
guard there constantly to regulatethe culture. Tabulated 1929 valuations: TINUED PROGRESS OF OUR \
project should be completed by the .
flow of lime to suit the require- for Florida follows:
crops are as j i
latter
part of 1933 or 1934. I CAFE. I
ments of the acid content of the Corn $7,172.000; cotton, $2.422.J]

juice. I FIRST ORGANIZED 000; white potatoes, $4.885.000;
Its acidity eliminated, the Juice 'I beans $3,569.000 straw-
(
EFFORT BEGINS FORCOMMUNITY snap), ; The meals are already superiorthe -
i flows down to immense settling I berries. $2,780,000; tomatoes. $8.-' c '
CHEST
: tanks. where all foreign matter is t I I 895.000; watermelons. $2,913.000; service excellent and the price !
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1 removed by an ingenious process.I (Continued From Page 1) I grapefruit. $16,775.000; oranges,
From there the Juice to tem- r son ble--so we improve our
goes J charitable assistance, from whatever,!( $23.375.000; cane syrup. $1,454.- cafeS:
porary heaters and the refuse I 000; hay, $1,116000; ; peanuts:
j source; in furtherance of this plan. by bealltification."Clewiston's .
passes to rows of filters where the"Jail householders and business men, $966,000; celery $5,031,000; encumbers -

last drop of remaining sweetnessis j should refer such requests in the $3,004,000; peppers, $2-(
extracted from It.
I{ future to Mrs. Moltz, Hopkins Block, 808.000. j
A row of large wooden tanks Besides the foregoing items Flor-
i or Mr. Beardsley, 409 Sagamore Best Place Dine"
known as evaporators next receive to
I Ave., until further arrangements are ida derives income from other
the juice, where it is boiled at a
perfected by the committee an- fruits, sugar cane. nursery products -

temperature of 220 degrees until it nouncement of which will he madein forest products green house i! CLEWISTON C-AFE-

becomes syrup. A battery of vacuum next week's issue of the News. products cattle and calves, hogs,'

tanks opposite the evaporatorstakes sheep and lambs poultry, eggs,

the syrup and converts it into 148 TONS FERTILIZER milk and milk products wool and SUGARLAND HIGHWAY AT FRANCESCO STREET

sucrose. ., After passing through a mohair bee products, and many
: series of grinders the sucrose is carried income
others which bring Florida's -
During the month of December KSSSI
I to the centrifugals. Two sets ----- -------- -. .. -
148 tons of fertilizer was sold in to above $100.000,000 a year. =-== = --: =-=-= =-- ==-:-: -
of centrifugals whirl out most of I The average income per acre for
Hendry county, according to a report -
the moisture converting the sucrose is higher than the av-
of the state department of ag- many crops
into raw sugar. From the centrifu- riculture. This amount does not in- erage for the United States. The DELICIOUS MEALS I' :'
gals the sugar is carried in
grass- income farm is $100 i
clude fertilizer sold in less than ton average per
hopper conveyors, that complete the lots. higher than the average for the AT

drying process. Into automatic hopI I United States. REASONABLE

I pers where the bags are filled for'' B. L. Cline was In town exhibitinga Florida excels In the productionof PRICES

shipment. In the meantime the mo-'I' sweet potato grown by Charley winter-grown crops and vegetables New equipment has been installed -,

lasses by-product flows off into Close of Lakeport. It was three and is strategically locatedfor : in our new location in the Hop-

storage tanks outside the factory. months and 21 days old and weighed quick distribution of these pro- kins Building but the same excellent
'
six pounds and 11 ounces. It was ducts among the great population service you found at the Civic Cen-

Humorist: In some parts of Bulgaria dug on New Year's Day and had centers of the north. Climate and ter Cafe will be found here.

farm laborers .are paid 'a sack been fertilized and is an example 'of accessibility combine to give Flor- .

of potatoes a week. If they start what can be grown in the soil ida a higher average value per acre SUGARLAND CAFE

grumbling they are probably given around Lake Okeechobee.-Venus for farm products than any other Hopkins Bldg. Sirs. Mary Stokes Prop.H .

merely the" sack,. item }In Highlands County News. state. Ten per cent of the nation's






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