The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00354
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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 22, 1932
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
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System ID: UF00028415:00354
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WORK BEGIN SOON Improper Car LightsStrict A COMMUNITY Legion CommanderStanding CAR CRASHES CANE

enforcement of all laws re-
committees for the Clew-

ON LOCAL HIGHWAY quiring proper lighting on automo- CHEST CAMPAIGN Iston Post of the American Legionfor WAGONS MONDAY

biles travelling the highways of the year 1932 have been announced

by Post Commander J. A.
r- Hendry county will be made. Sheriff ALL CIVIC BODIES TO JOIN IN
} PROMISE McGehee ,as follows: I
Americanization and welfare: J. /
i HAVEN ROAD announced early this week in response ORGANIZED CHARITY E. Beardsley, chairman; G. O- Wallace WITH CANE CUTTERS RETURNING -
I to a number of complaints of P. Richmann, J. R. Alston 1 WORK
I i Organization of the Community -
Representative E. L. Stewart re cars violating this regulation. "Chest committee has. been 'completed and Carl E. Royer.Membership I A wreck In which five persons

turned from Tallahassee late last Withir. the past two weeks a by the appointment of Mrs. J. A. Mc- attendance and pub- I were injured occured here Monday

week with promises from the state number of accidents have been narrowly Gehee from the Parent Teachers licity: B. A. Bourne. chairman; L. 'night when a Ford coupe, driven by

road department and state engineer escaped caused by improper Association; Mrs. H. A. Bestor, tern-! Graveley Entertainment, M. Victor Blate. Paul Deam. smashed into a convoyof

r that machinery would be rushed to lights. Cars parked along the highway potary from St. Margarets Guild.' : E. B. Butler Athey wagons at a tractor cross-
chairman;, W. C. Owen. H. R.: Hall.
this vicinity to begin constructionof without proper lights will sub- and Mr. E. L. ,Stewart cashier of ing. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Deam and T.

the connecting road between Sug- ject the owner to arrest. the First Bank of Clewiston repre-I JG.I Bareny Thomas. W- Weeks, occupants of the car suffered -

arland Highway and state road be- The sheriff's office is anxious to senting the business men of the I Civic enterprises: F. Deane Duff, sever cuts and bruises, and
',' Chairman; D. B. Allen C. V. Parkinson -
tween Moore Haven and Lake An- cooperate with motorists but will city. Previous appointments were( two negroes who were riding in the
J. Simmons.
nie. not permit dangers to be caused to Mrs. Nelle Moltz. from the Ladies j; wagons each escaped with a broken -
| Service officer: W. C. Owen.
Mr. Stewart joined a delegationof others Deputy Young said. Aid. and J. E. Beardsley, American arm. The three occupants of the
Glades county citizens in makingthe Legion. I Athletic director: C. A. Darcy. automobile were pinned by the

request since only one mile of MEET TO At a meeting of the committee wreckage of the demolished car. Mr.

the road will be constructed in Hen- DISCUSS Friday afternoon final arrangements SMILEY OUTPOINTS Deam received' a long gash on the

dry .county.. for an intensive. canvass of I forehead and a badly bruised knee.
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me roaa to oe built is Known as LUNCHEON CLUB every business establishment and a Mrs. Deam's injuries are internal.

"The Joe Peeples Highway" and solicitation of every individual in I BARWICK IN BOUTBefore Immediately after the accidentthe

will take the place of the present I the city of Clewiston will be ,made. injured persons were taken to
..: roadway between Clewiston and of practically every The committee, generally opposedto the local hospital for treatment,
branch of business in Clewistoo.
:Moore! I
\ Haven. the of I where it was found that -
"Tag an-
Days" com- operation
a scant gathering of
.} Appropriations met Saturday at the Clewiston Inn spec
for the road have I to plan an ,organization of some local mon to most cities nonetheless is tators shivvering in the chill of the was necessary to determine the
already been'passed by the state national convinced that for this one special I cool evening breezes Smiley Wil-I extent of Mrs. Deam's injuries. Examination -
or luncheor. club. Four-
officials, having been included in
.i j occasion a definite revealed a ruptured
very purpose liams of LaBelle defeated Skeeter
men were present at the
the 1931 pre-
budget but according to liminary organization meeting.The be served by the use of tags which Barwick in a ten round final boutat spleen which was removed and.
the department so much work had will be handed to donor three broken ribs. The operationwas
every no the local arena fast Wednesday
meeting was called at the request
been called for that
matter how small the contribution performed early Tuesday morn-
.t of C. P. Hammerstein. of Hol- night. Kid Kirby ot Clewiston and
could not begin construction on this lywood, state made to the fund. These tags read Buddy Pervis of LaKeland fought to ing. In answer to a call for blood
a officer of KiwanisInternational
Jink in the highway system of Flor- "Clewiston transfusion for the
injured 25
Chest lady
simply Community
who had planned to a draw in an eight round semi-final.
ida. 1932" it should be honor appeared at the hospital to submitto
be ; a an Several good preliminaries roundedout
present meet the business
During the past months this road of Clewiston and immediate vicin- a pleasure to wear one next the card which held the fight examination. The ,blood of Mar-
> has had an almost steady stream shal Yenawine a clerk in the officeof
week the
ity. Mr. Hammerstein during campaign for the fans in wild enthusiasm throughout
of traffic and the need for immediate was delayeden
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Community Chest Fund startingJan. the exhibition. the United States Sugar corporation -
; work is apparent. route and was unable to attend. 25 and closing Sat. Jan. 30. t was found to contain the
I A state convention of Kiwanis was Smiling Smiley Williams, the
Members of the delegation at-
Mr. last addressed needed chemicals. Only one pint was
Beardsley Friday -
pride of LaBelle.
I held in Winter Park early this week, showed exceptional -
tending the road department the Parent Teachers Associationin necessary. Her reaction to the
form and head-work
at which as he out-
was brought in
in the interest of this road are: transfusion
J. H- discusion and favorable reports the interest of the fund. In a I boxed Skeeter Barwick by a wide was immediate and
Peeples. representative of discussion- led by Mrs. G. O. Wallace (Continued
made margin. Smiley abandoned his usual on Page 4)
were as to the advisability of
Glades county E. L- Stewart
following the talk a very active interest tactics of close fighting
by circling
sentative of granting a to Clewiston.In
W. L.
Hendry county
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a recent letter received here and hearty co-operative spirit 1 Barwick and refusing to get too
Bryant and J. H. Whidden. county LEE CLERK KILLS
commissioner of Glades and, by D. G. Alston. the international was shown. close to the powerful right of his
county, I
The Social club, at a meeting this opponent during the first few
f J. organization of Kiwariis'expresses a
J. Wiggins and I. E. Scott.
desire to have a club establishedhere. week, decided not to name'a member rounds. However, after feeling Bar- SELF WEDNESDAYFort

A field representative of Kiwanis to the committee; its endorsement wick's strength and tasting a little
of the aims and purposes of blood he threw off all precaution
DANCE AND BAZAAR I is expected here this week to
acquaint prospective members with the fund was conveyed in a resolu-, and would bound into his opponent Myqrs. Jar. 20J. Frank

\ the aims and purposes of the organization -I (Continued on I'ngc 4) I driving his left to the face very often Garner Lee county clerk, shot him-

r,:' -' SET FORTUESDAY .-,_ __--=--.'"__ .:. ._.'.___ I and --occasionaly mixing both self through the heart this morningtwo
No organization of any nature was I WEATHER REPORT I lefts and rights to Barwick's face as hours before he was to have

r,6' I formed at Saturday's luncheon the Clewiston I he was trying to cover up. appeared before the county commis-
: One of the most brilliant social: sion for a discussion of affairs of
meeting being merely an informaldiscussion. I Max. Min Rain Upon several occasions Barwick
events of the season is scheduled to : his office. A coroner's jury found he
.' I ( Monday .-............ 65 50 shot a left .to the face while his
take place here Tuesday night when" had met death by his own hand. His
members Those present at the luncheonwere Tuesday........... 74 58 I right pounded Williams' body
of the St. Margaiefs Guild I family and friends insisted he was
i' of the Catholic church will stage : E. E. Kelly. automobile dealer Wednesday .......... 82 62 I with pile-driving force. The decision killed accidentally while cleaninghis
'I ; C. V. Parkinson. merchant; E. L. Thursday........... 82 62 .17 was given to Williams on points.In .
k i' a dance and charity bazaar at the I gun in preparation a hunt-
,; ''' Clewiston I I Stewart, banker; W. C- Hooker, Friday................. 80 68 the semi-final an eight round
; :"; Inn. Mrs. H. A. Bestor, ing trip.
,,-,'," general chairman ,packing house manager; A. W. Lawrence Saturday........... 78 61 bout between Kid Kirby and Buddy

f.. :.. The music for says.the affair will be i postmaster; Victor Blate, Sunday............... 78 67 Pervis there was a contrast in size The shooting was at Garner's
V' :-, | merchant; W. H. Webb automobiledealer of the two fighters even though house directly across from the
: furnished by Harry Myers and his
l, 1 :--Y' Palm Beach orchestra. ; Father F. J. Finnegan, mir Rainfall this week .................... 0.17 their I weights were similar. Kirby is courthouse, shortly after 8 o'clock
: The orchestrahas
; ; J been heard here times and ister; J. W. Ezelle.. dentist; DaveAlston Rainfall to date ........................ 1-12 i stocky built while his opponent was]I this morning. Mrsv Garner, who was
many I'
; is said to best druggist; J. E. Beardsley TOTAL .................:.................. 1.29 ('taller with arms much longer than in an adjoining room getting their
. : ; be one of the ever to
real estate; C. Lovvorn, newspaper Miami Locks Kirby's. This however did not I young son. Billy ready for school,

. "., play ure of in those this who section.do not For take the part pleas-in ; S. J. Simmons. physician and C. Monday .............. 62 50 I (Continued on Page 4) I heard the shot and rushed into the

; the dancing in the evening tables for,.I L. Downs, hotel proprietor. Tuesday............. 69 57 I dining hunched room. She found her husband

I ....... over his automatic shot-
and Wednesday 83 57.
contract will be
bridge Senate Passes Bill For
'. :. Thursday........... 84 63 0.02 gun with a hole torn just below the

arranged.Games of all will be]i Veteran Admitted To Friday............... 81 62 heart. The charge had ranged up-
'. available as the annual Charity Bazaar Saturday........... 79 65 0.03 'Glades National Park ward into his heart

of the St. Margaret's church Key West Hospital t Sunday ................ 80 85 F. A. Moraine, building contractor -
week -' Washington Jan. 20The Flet- who was passing the house. responded -
gets under way. All during the
committees have been busy prepar Efficient action on the part of TOTAL .n................................. 0-92 cher bill providing for creation of to 'MrsGarner's scream.

ing for the event and no detail' will l the American Legion post here thisweek the Everglades national park in Garner attempted to say something
I ATTEND DEMONSTRATION: Florida was passed today by the when Moraine reached his side but
emitted to
be guarantee a pleasant i resulted in gaining admittance
senate. it was unintelligible. He died at
evening for all who'attend.
to the government hospital at Key A. G. Ivey, of the A & B Grocery The proposed Everglades national

West for Marion Geiger who was and Harvey Guthrie., of the Clewis- park approved by the senate today

: Members Ghost Bird9 rushed there yesterday suffering ton Supply company returned last would embrace 3.000.000 acres In Everglades Fire Is

night from a meat cutting demon- Dade. Monroe. Collier and Hendry
: from seven carbuncles on his neck..
Blamed On
: Cast Called To Practice stration given by Swift & Companyin counties. TrappersWest
When the infections developed to
/ West Palm Beach for all meat This area, approximately 2000

,-:. Members of the cast of "The a painful stage Geiger made appli- dealers in this territory square miles. lies almost wholly Palm Beach, Fla., Jan. 19.-

; Ghost Bird," local talent dramaticpresentation | cation to the Jacksonville office of These demonstrations are given within the Everglades. "Setting fire to woods within the

:>>; ./'. to be given here soon, the Veterans Bureau through the at various Intervals throughout the Everglades drainage district" were
'.+:i :" have been requested to meet at the Clewiston Legion post. In less than state and are conducted by experts MEETS EVERY PAYMENT the charges contained in a criminal

:,.',.:'i ':.: home of Mrs. G. 0, Wallace Mondaynight one hour's time arrangements had who explain the finer points in mare court information filed today by: W.

'''-:'::: ;}K1-f:,.}' for the first practice. been made for his entrance to tli keting, fresh meat. Contrary to rumors circulated in E. Roebuck county solicitor, against

,: '' !;:-: Practice has been called for eight government hospital at Key West, Clewiston this week the Okeechobee Caesar Crescimbene. a trapper.

:':,.' r':: o'clock. Mrs. Wallace the director where he is to receive proper medical Flood Control board has met every The county solicitor was informed -

).{:;?t:.<'::.' says. and an urgent call for all l aid. He left here yesterday by AN OPPORTUNITY payment for its share in the expenses that the trapper had started a
;:....':;-.;!{., ; members of the cast to be present bus for the Key West base. of carrying out the federal fire near' Twenty Mile Bend which

:: 'I' Community
.;i.s. The play was originally scheduled county but made his request through to here is not The board has not defeaulted a miles of Everglades land. The fire
campaign soon begin
.; "Ml<'A to be given here a few weeks: the local post. since no Legion post ,payment and the next is not due until was said to have been started in an
;'" :' esentially a drive for funds but
: : \:; ago, but was postponed on account, is established in the adjoining coun- it will afford June first, an investigation ffort to drive out raccoons and
.y an -
cverjonc opnortunitv
:': ./ ; :" other entertainmeLt.r I
.'::. :' of 'ty. shows. other fur-bearing animals.
to share in worthy
:; : ;;: a I
: :.. ":4 '.
"; { cause-However I

; ; :r; Sixty Acre Tract Ships Twenty Cars1k. may beThe jour part All Florida Flowers To Be Shown At

Community Chest is non- I

.: 'Z-; .. Beans; SemInole_ Farm Shows Results sectarian san-it ;is non-political humane ; non parti- Fair; Every Known Variety On Display

It will afford all tho opportunity --
.I The picturesque fields of the ed as high the price received is to join in a worthy enterpriseto Tampa. Jan. 20Thursday. Feb- to make a special feature of Flor-

'I:; Seminole Farms, near here, were said to be 'fair'. With unusuallywarm do something for otherstoaid ruary 4. will be set aside as Flower ida blooms as an impressive display.

;:;';-: teeming with activity yesterday as II weather in northerr states at lll'making life more liveablefor day at the South Florida Fair when for edification of the thousandsof

:' -, three hundred workers were engaged this time, there is less demand for some less fortunate ones-to members of the Tampa Florists' Association tourists who visit the fair annually. -

,/ 'f.tif in picking beans from the sixty Florida vegetables. This is especially afford comfort where comfort, is and entrants in the exposition .
; 'ff ," acre tract planted to winter beans' I true of beans. needed-to re-construct families will display every known

";"i? ''>;; Three cars of beans were shipped The Seminole Farms has long which may: be broken- bloom produced in Florida and lavishly All space in the mammoth flower
V" show building has been reserved by
J. yesterday by the farms to the
: bring I been regarded as one of the show In short it will present an opportunity decorate all buildings with '
, +, i. ; total shipment from the CO acres to 1 various associations and:individuals
," places the Everglades due to the for giving you a happi- tropical plants.
.:, ?0 cars for the season. There are I excellent appearance the location ness in aiding others The development of the South giving promise of the largest displayof

: several cars left in the fields which: presents to the visitors passing Can you afford to pass up this Florida Fair Flower Show into one blooms in the history of the fair.

i will soon be ready for shipping. along Sugarland Highway across the opportunity? of the most comprehensive floral ex- The Exposition is under the personal -

; Although the market conditions;southern part of the state. Yes ter- Watch for the campaign workers : positions in America resulted In the direction of Mrs- T. D. Waldie of

, generally prevailing are not regardc -. (Continued on rage 4) request of the Florists! Association Tampa1 .'




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THE CLEWISTON NJfiWS GOVERNMENT: : COSTS CLIMB resist all development. Unless bureaucracy SOUTHERN MAGAZINE! :
Published every Friday In Clewistoa. Is constantly resisted it WRITES UP FLORIDA

Florida by the CLEWISTON NEWS, During the past eighteen years breaks down representative, govern- BOO Late

Inc. the commodity prices have been ment and overwhelms democracy. It "The writer willingly submits

)pushed along the fluctuating curve is the one clement in our Institu- that to him any thought of Florida ...-

Entered as second class matter. of business while the cost of gov- tions that sets up the pretense of .f T5o QlassifyBy brings: to mind,, first of all scores of 'r.'

February 1. 1927. at the Post Officeat ernment has made a steady climb, having authority over everybody and vivid streams and streamlets, winding -

ClewletOQ Florida, under the Act a study of comparitive federal ex- being responsible to nobody." RUSSELL KAY through swamp growths whose

of March 3, IS97. penses shows. In 1913 the total cost This is a paramour.t issue before S.cr.t.r7, Florid Prcw AMocmkm magnificent density all but defies invasion -

of federal governments; stood at the the people if we are to survive. The ; luminous lakes, rimmed

A newspaper' devoted to the best'appalling figure of two billion nine federal government will fail when I with glistening white sand;. and I

Interests of Hendry County, Florida.Its hundred seventy-six million dollars. the sovereignty of the states and I was standln' in front of the fragrant pine woods interspersedwith

let rUng newspaper. In 1923 the total expenditures of local local self-government fails. Jefferson. mirror the other moruin' sloppin' moss-draped hardwoods and f

state and national government Lincoln Wilson. Coolidge. all and slappin' lather and cussin' out I sprinkled with glittering fanleaves \

Subscription rate: per year ....-|2.00 attained a "now height that' of $10.1)75.0' .- of our .leaders, have so warned us. the: big This and That who Inventedthe of saw palmetto," writes Hugh Ham- ,

) U.l00; while during the year The remedy is with the people to so-called safety-razor blade mond Bennett In his article on Florida i
Outside of State of Florida ......$2.50 '
I 1928 the costs had mounted still elect to office men who will protectthe sharpener I'd been gypped into pay- which is published in the Feb-

higher with $12.283,000,000 being masses by destroying bureaus. in five smackers for. ruary issue of Holland's Magazine. j

Advertising rates furnished on ap- expended by the combined govern- And just about then a blamed In further reference to Florida, Mr. )
rr3a r2r3i3a2t2:yr2ta r !4H r aa
plication. mental agencies of the nation. Due fl Mockingbird parks himself on a Bennett says. "Through this land of I

to the fact that official figures have I limb outside the window and beginsto lakes and verdure flows the beautiful i

Business office. Clewlston News, riot been released for the past BAGASSE. chirp and yodel and carry on likea Withlacoochee. a 'river of dark-

Clewlston, Florida. Editorial and only an approximation can be had i. I Ict Prima Donna. ish "swamp" water bordered with I

Advertising, lame for 1931. which it is estimated will I ::( tI4: !C C "Shut up. you big Moron," I yellsat dense forests of cypress gum and

reach the 14 billion dollar point. Stuff him. "don't you know there's a bay, with characteristic drapery of I
J Mighty Light
Telephone 339 I I However, it might be said to thel Some bright reader of the News depression on in- this country, and a Spanish moss. Toward east and west. ,

credit of local and state suggests that a column ,conducted war In China and Germany don't the land rises gradually to the en- I

A NICKLE ments that a more rapid Increase in I on this page to lighten it up. what I want to pay us nothin' or neither closing pinelands. through which occur .

expenses has taken place in the national -' initial does anyone else, and YOU singin' occasional isolated hammocks.
ever that means. So here is the -
governments than in the before breakfast.:' Locally the Withlacoochee is bord-
"I'm nlckle. I not speak- beginning that is to start the
am on '
a smaller units. According to a bulle- And then as I was glarin' at him.I ered on the west side by distant
terms with the candy man I lighting effect. Edison hasn't a
ing ; tin issued by the National Industrial couldn't help but get, a eye full of bluffs, often showing exposures of
am too small to get In the movies; I thing on us. We can turn the lightto
Conference Board federal expensesfor the biggest reddest poinsettia you curiously weathered limestone. Iso-
not large enough to buy a neck- this page without having to oil
am I 1913 are listed at 749 million. ever saw. in the background and lated, areas. where the original
tie I can figure in on a gasoline the meter. The trouble will prob-
; ; state expenses at 383 million and local the sunbeams was doin' a lot of growth consists of hardwood or 'Sa- i
tax deal just a little; but I can't doa ably be that it's too light to look
:' expenses; of all political subdivisions tricks with the morning dew on the I. bal palmetto or mixtures of these I
lot of things I used to do. Some- at. Well that's your worry not
of the country at 1,844 million grass and all the time that fool trees, along with more or, less pine, i
times I think I'm old has- mine.
just an
dollars., In 1925 these divisions show bird, kept tearin' off sweet noise likea occur throughout Florida. Such
been. until I to church. Then. 0 oOo
: go the following expenditures, federal_ I Symphony Orchestra.And areas, known as hammocks. are al- ':\
In starting thing of this natureit
Boy I reckon I'm some pumpkin. a
3.53 million. state 1.532 million and is supposed to have a name of all of a sudden I just seemedto ways more productive than "piney- :i

local, 5.828 millions. In 1931 the I that realize that China was a helluva woods" land, and many of the better i
MOB LAW AMONG DEER some kind. The first name
costs of governing the states had mind long ways off, and Germany coudn't -drained ones have been broughtinto
flashed across this typewriter's
risen to two and one-half billion. Rim- exactly be termed a suburb and even cultivation. In the vicinity of
Beautiful. harmless deer was "Pot-pourri" but this old
the federal cost had mounted to the depression wasn't important Coleman, for example some magnificent -
sometimes revert to brutal means. ingtonian product couldn't
almost four and a quarter billion brain child is enough to get all hopped up about citrus. groves are to be seen ;
it would seem from an article clipped so the I
and the local expenses, is estimated "Ba and I figures that maybe that little Qn oak palmetto hammocks sur- !
from the Tampa Daily Times recently hereby officially christened,
at slightly more than seven and a twitter-fowl wasn't as haywire as I rounded by broad stretches of un-
: "No more deer will be kill gasse. Mr.. Mrs. and Miss Reader .
quarter billion. gave him credit for bein'- used pine country. The orange
ed ahead of Judas the famous tame allow me to present "Bagasse.
Before the World War, local gov- groves are decorated with Sabel pal-
buck of Big Scrub." the Times re (gender unknown)
ernments took about 62 per cent of You know if a guy don't watch mettoes that lift their bushy
lates. "For several seasons Judas oOo
all money spent for government.Since himself he'll get to worryin' and emerald heads magnificently above
has led his Cracker master over the The opening ceremonies being
then however, while the actual fretting and drooliL' gloom about a the deep green citrus trees. When
coldest trails direct to the beds of complete we shall now grind out a j
aggregate cost of all brancheshas lot of things that ain't got nothin'in winds are singing among the leafless
his blood brothers. Some time ago. ttle bagasse. You know I
risen. the part taken by local the wideworld'to do with HERE branches of the north and snow
Scrub hunters have just learned. bagasse is only the dry pulp left i
governments had declined to about of and NOW and YOU and ME. HonestI and slush aLd bitter cold grip the 1\
Judas decided to go out on his own after the sugar is squeezed out
52 per cent.It know one guy that's so het up and world golden fruit still lights these J
Well I'll bet you
hook. His body was foui.d days laterin the sugar cane.
Is interesting to note that excited over the Chinese situation verdant groves. and redbirds and
the center of a small clearing. It four roubles and two yen (to go to
three-fourths of the total expendi- that you'd think he was holdin' a bluebirds streak through the foliage.
had literally been cut to pieces bysmp.l1 charity) that no one will ever accuse
tures of the national governmentfall first mortgage or.. Manchuria orsomethin' -0Tribute --
knifelike hoofs and antlers of this column of having any sugar In
into five classes. Given in round and another Yap goes
other deer. His owner reported that it. so "Bagasse" is the most indicative -
numbers they are: army and navy anklin' 'round sobbin' about, whydon't To Florida
nearly a hundred deer took part In name.
720 million public debt. one billion; all them foreign countries pay
the killing of Judas." 000
war veterans one billion; postal de- us what they owe us?
Is it possible that Judas was kill- Clewiston has a reputation see 'n BRUCE BARTON
ficit 145 million and the farm Enough guys have been standin'up
ed by his brother deer because of I aboard by reading the papers- In the Around
190 million. on their hind legs and telliL' us Florida-what a land! Do you
his betrayal? Can deer be attributed Town column of the Highlands
what this country needs without me sometimes wonder why 'man in his
to have sufficient reasoning power County News (Sebring) it refers to j
puttin' in my oar, but I believe if preversity raises up civilizations in i
to the of 'Judas' Clewiston as a metropolis "wheremen
plan killing as
Our Vanishing StatesBy a lot of folks would, just quit fret- our northern climates, making him'i
revenge or protection from further wear hip boots and things. aLd 'r
tin' and sobbin' about things they self a slave to snow shovels, coal
hunts led by this trained deer? all girls pack a whallop." Ye Garsh.
don't can't help and take time out to shovels, and overcoats while such a ,j;;
o Amy (the condructress) men '
"Listen to the Mocking-bird" a lot land as Florida exists? 1/
DRINK TO HEALTH Judge' John W. Dodge wear things and girls pack a whal- '
of our troubles would be over. Florida has everything as one
.T- Economic and governmental con- lop in Sebring? Or is that just a ,
historian puts it, except only mountains -
"Here's to your health" as a centration and centralization are publicity stunt ,of yours to entice -
And the recent cold servedto and frozen glaciers. I.
toast can no more fittingly be drunk tending strongly toward the destruc- men to Sebring? snap
tion and of individualsand remind us that it might not be a She has Italy in the glory of her
than with a glass of orange juice or impotency oOo
bad idea to keep the orchard heaters citrus groves and azure skies. She
'milk. free men in our nation, states!: Fort Myers is having a terrible -
,''has Spain in the legends and theIlandmark's
handy for another month or two
Both these "health cocktails" ingredients and other governmental agencies. as time squabbling about a funny look-
anyhow but a I was talkin i of the Conquistadores;
are natural Florida pro- well as In finance, commerce, busi- ing light that hovers over their '
to told me the cold don't him for on an Easter Sunday more than
uin.laThe health giving attributes ness, and the various avenues of the town at various times.. That's noth- scare
now like it used to. He said a few four centuries ago Juan Ponce de
of each has been expounded until it pursuits of life, liberty and free- ing new. The peculiar effect was
years ago when a freeze was sched Leon planted on her soil the Spanish
'neems useless to repeat the value of dom. seen over Clewiston early in Sep-
uled he would just about sprain his standard, and called this garden
Cither of them. All persons interested Thomas' Jefferson warned us tember. It looked as though It might
asl I ankle gettin' the heaters around the Pascua Florida, 'which is the Feast
in keeping healthy, and who isn't to government in these words: have been the under-lights of a

nnd especially the parents of grow-,I "It is not by the consolidation or dirigible drifting slowly over Lake TREES, but he realizes now that he of Flowers.
should have put 'em' around the She has age at St. Augustine, the
concentration of but their
i'lg children should be thoroughly powers Okeechobee. check-up failed to reveal -
BANK. And come, to think about it oldest settlement in the United
informed on the necessity for milk I distribution that good government what caused the light. Clewis- ,
is it seems to me these Anti.} reeze 5 States; sho has youth in cities which
and fruit juices in the daily diet. ton. is ahead ,of you. Fort Myers. on fullblown'iLto
people are overlookin' a big bet t have sprung being
For years doctors have advocated Today, under pernicious growthof the light proposition.
bureaucratic when they confine all their appealto I impatient of the transitional stages
milk -as the perfect food the most we 000
nearly balanced of any one food. find the governmental furniture in Listen, Reader are you the dumb the motorist; if the banker j.of i hamlet. village and town.
I would little of that if i Here plant and tree .
try solution grow
living a on every
Medical authorities, after research our rooms and dining rooms bunny who wrote in to inquire Ian
their"ASSETS.. then the DE. which can grow anywhere from the !
consist bureaus maybe i
places their highest stamp of approval of with hundreds of auto-giro is a giraffe that looks
POSITORS would take care of themselves northern reaches to tropic jungles. I II"
drawers sideboards with like
fresh number that looks
on orange juice. Orange like an auto, or an
juice contains sugar. the necessary cabinet and what nots with like a giraffe? Or are you just try- Here are fifteen million acres of ,

food, in Its most easily assimulated I many more tables with other hun- ing to be smart and show our ignore I" forest pine, and twenty-two million-

form for children and Invalids. dreds of drawers underneath-there ance? And now they're talking about an- orange and grapefruit trees. Here f

Both are high in calqrie content, !is a drawer here. another there. one oOo other session of the legislature. It are palm trees wading in the surf. j

and supply the necessary vitamine : eYt'rywhere.Vilh so many thous- Speaking magazines, which we ,seems the JACK they figured would The dining tables of the world are __::'I

for the body. ands. of drawers we find a two billion weren't. a new magazine dipecting raise the budget wasn't big enough blessed by Florida's inexhaustible

When you "drink to health" with dollar deficit facing the federal the glories and beauties of the west so now they gotta dope out a way bounty; the brides of the continent

milk or orange juice you are drink- government-they draw money, for coast issued for the people of Flor- to RAISE the, JACK. The trouble i step to the altar crowned with ors -

for 1 themselves.The they forgot to put the BRAKE on. ange blossom. Florida's state flower.
ing your ownhealth.. j ida. The name of the magaziLe is
i result of bureaucratic government ."The New Florida Magazine," and That funny smell is probably another Fifteen thousand miles of smooth

ROAD WORK NEVER DONE j are that the states are be- is1 an education in itself. Throughthe SCENT for' the motorist.-But if hard road tempt you to wander far

i ing bereft of all power-they are no columns of this magazine the they just had 'more CENTS at Talla- iL Florida. They blaze a veritable

Road construction and road work longer sovereign states; we are I reader is taken on interesting vis- hassee, we wouldn't need another rainbow of color from yellow Jasmine -

are never done. j;swept into. "the maelstrom of a cen-' its to some of the many attractiveand session. So it looks as though the scarlet flamevine. oleander,

We have built thousands of miles'of tralized authority, unknown to the historic places about Tampa whole trouble is NON-CENTS. (I orchid and poinsettia.. to the deep

fine highways. But the inexorable j constitution repugnant to democra- and St. Petersburg, and given an insight ain't much on spellin' and if I've gray-greens; of cypress live oak. pine

,march of progress makes more and cy." into the cigar industry of the made any mistakes you can go on and palm and Spanish moss.

atill more roads necessary. The increased -| We live from day to day reading Tampa territory. The more maga- ahead and correct 'em.) More than thirty thousand inland

mechanization of agriculture in the papers of a new conference zines of this nature we have, and T lakes mirror the smiling sky. Blue

has made it vital that the m11-j commission. bureau to settle the less of the foolish variety the quicker The governor offers a few crumbsof surf and hundreds of miles of coral

lions of farmers now living on unimproved most weighty questions. Who are will people awaken to the real- encouragement with the thought beach beckon you to fish or swim or

roads be given means for the men who head, direct and con- ization of Florida's possIbilIties. I that we might get back a couple of bask iL the life-giving sun. Above

fast! ; efficient and economical trans- trol these commissions and bureaus? oOo dollars from the FEE officers. Fee. your head are birds of peace, around

port.It They represent special and privileged Both Florida and General Motors Fi. Fo Fum and a bowl of Jello. you the gentle Gulf Stream casts its

might be said that'a road dollar classes. The rights of the masses received some excellent publicity This is the land of the FEE and the charm of never-ending summer.I .

r' has never> been entirely wasted. are igLored-local governments and Monday night by the radio program home of the SLAVE. But seriouslyour I land worth battling for. No

i There have been "political" roads'II individual rights are destroyed by devoted to Florida that the Motor FEE SYSTEM is a GOOD wonder Ponce de Leon. De Soto, and

and there has been uselessly expen- these commissions and bureaus. corporation conducted over national THING. I'll say it is. for the guys Drake all fought so manfully to '

sive construction In areas where President Coolidge a Republican, hook-ups. that get the FEES. Don't laugh you possess it. No wonder it lured such 5.:

there was ho need for it. These himself stated: oOo may be old and FEEBLE yourselvessome modern conquerors as Flagler and r_

things must be discouraged. But "No method of procedure has ev- Yep. 1932 is to be a true year day. Plant to penetrate the wonderlaLd

every time we build a road we are er been devised by which liberty of prosperity. If you doubt it. takea from end to end with Florida's

adding another stone to the struc- could be Insteadof great railroad systems; -"Snaring
divorced from local self- squint at your calendar. Brooksville.-Chris., Gilbert. own-
ture of our civilization. We are making government, no plan of centralization the usual 52 weeks in a year. I er of Brooksville Cleaners pressing wild islands and binding turbulent

, possible a higher economic and! has: ever been adopted which 1932 has 53 Fridays and Saturdays. shop, remodeling building and installing -: seas with concrete and steel."

- social development for our people. I did not result in bureaucracy, tyranny ar.d them is pay days. modern equipment. Go to Florida. Follow through to
Tampa and ,Key West where the
Modern engineering practice and inflexibility reaction and de- oOo

materials have made it possible to I cline. Of all forms of government. Thinking of dollars (Now let's 'Starke-Canova Pharmacy com- good cigars are made. Visit the

build weatherproof surfaced. secondary those administered bureaus weren't remindsus I( stately southern cities of Pensacola,
by are hear you say you ) pleted installation of modern new
roads for a fraction of the,about "The Tallahassee and St. Petersburg. Be-
the least satisfactory to an that a noted banker said fountain.

: cost of high-type main highways-I enlightened and progressive people. gold dollar is still un-shaken." He's hold aggressive' Jacksonville. Er.joyAmerica's

Their construction Is the solution to Being irresponsible they become au- right about that. If either of us had Winter Park-Virginia- Inn form- Riviera, 'St Augustine:

i a. pressing problem: tocratic, and being autocratic they ono, we wouldn't shake It ally opened to public. Miami and Palm Beach. Dream un-
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;a 1" I! Fred Puryear, formerly a resi- days grew drear and the lone bee
:' '" 3 dent of Cltwiston, and now residingin wailed as he dropped a tear for the

3 '_\ i Personal Mention i Miami wae..a visitor harp Wednes I' varmints gobbled his little store and

'- ."':'\; day. I'p"F his wax played out\ and his heart was

BLUEandWHZTEBAEN@I sore so he winged his way to the
t : tfo:
. 1j Alex St. Amands, formerly withU. @ old homeland and took his meals at

" :. Miss Jeanette Morgan spent Saturday S: engineers is now connected Helping Hand. Alone, our work is

0 : In Lakeland. with the state highway department of little worth; together we are the
: ..."-. ,' stationed at Belle Glade. Editorial Staff Bourne. Dick Patterson, J. D. Hooker. -
'. lords of earth; so its all for, each
in Chief Louise Oglesbj .
:;- :"" Evelyn Hare, visited friends in Mary and. Its each for .all-united. stand,
Sam Turner of Barlow was a Assistant Editor ........ Halson Avant In the fifth 'faIi." -
LaBell Wednesday. grades are: or divided .
_. ::" business visitor here the first part Assistant Editor Mae Lily Stone
Roberta Spicer, Willie V. Hooker
After this the meeting adjourned. -
Y." '' of the week. Sports Editor ........ Richard Bestor .
.:, '' Campbell Nail left Sunday for Dan Beardsley and Billy Owen. .
;(': : I Sports Editor .............. Evelyn Hare I
,.J.f.:}:.' .-',,:, Jacksonville 'on business. Messrs. W. S Evans. G. S. Jenkins Humor Editor .............Usler Math Bob Beardsley, Pat McGehee and

t"'. oJ':::: _: J. F. Mead and S. W. Goman.of Social Editor .............. Betty Spicer I Betty Hooks of the sixth grade each WHO'S WHO

r::. ;.;'' e. J. M. Couse of Moore Haven was Tampa spent a few days here on Cartoonist .................. Anne Mathis made 96 In the monthly spellingtest. who contest
'. ::'-;!-i\i.'j<>..::'- here Tuesday on business. business this week. Our who's ended
\ Business Manager .......... Roy Green
.i.y :. .:" ____ The following are those who made Monday afternoon. The upper grades
: :'9Gf:: .' Harvey Guthrie spent Sunday} in W. L. Simmons and W. B. Sims, the highest grades in junior high took an active part in voting but
of St. Petersburg were business visitors CHEWING GUM I:the lower showed little
t r.\,:;.;: .'.- South Bay and Pahokee. English last week: Bobby Patterson, very
( .'-..,J.:.',.'> .here Monday and Tuesday. i 7th grade Mildred 8th I interest. We are gqing to have a
.' ',' '4.. ; Brantly,
", ; I By Mary Louise OglesbyWe later for the
contest elementary
::.,'f\!: "': Oscar' O'Rear left Friday for his J. M. Thomas and Henry Gunter. grade; Roy Green. 9th grade; Mary i or.
do not mean to be joy killersin grades only.
-;"; home in Jasper Ala. of Avon Park, were here on business Louise Oglesby and Mae Lily Stone I .
:::' : the articles of our school paper. 10th The following the winners:
grade. are
,. .. early part of the week.Jimmie .
....,'--'...'. -- but since chewing gum is one of our The best looking boy and girl-
.. ..:>. B. Butler left Sunday for Jack-
..E. hindrances to a more'well behaved
? Wolfa who has been con- GIRL SPORTSLet Betty Spicer and Bobby Hare.
::"." ..>:: sonville and returned Tuesday. nected with U. engineers for sev- student body, I, would like to call The wittiest and girl-Betty
':--' }',': ':". '.'- '- eral months loft Monday for Belle your attention to the rudeness of it us give the nine girls a rising
Spicer and Halson Avant.
; :.>:J': ". :Mr and Mrs. Harold Webb, were Glade to be connected with the state for a few minutes. Chewing gum is vote of thanks for coming out to The most conceited boy and girl-

.> r. ::-. Sunday visitors in Moore Haven.: highway department. I all right in its place, in fact Idon't basketball ,practice Monday night. Bobb Hare and Evelyn Hare.
.--- think there is anyone who doesenjoy You should have been out to see
The smartest boy and girlRoy
Mrand Mrs- P. Lemone. of Peoria. Mrs W. C. Hooker entertainedthe I not gum at a: good basketballgame them practice. they showed remark-
Green and Mary Louise Oglesby.The .
111, were visitors here Wednesday. Clewiston Social club at her or in the privacy of his own able team work and improvement.
most popular boy and girl-
home on Wednesday afternoon. After room. Some time whenever the op- We must continue to make all of our .
I Bobby Hare and Betty Spicer.
: ..', Jas. R. Hasten of Tampa. spent a short business meeting bridgewas portunity presents itself. observe practice like that. The cutest boy and girl- George

Monday in Clewiston on business enjoyed by the following mem-I some one closely who is chewing The first team beat the second Hooks and Betty Spicer.
bers and guests Mrs. J. K. Mo wry. and notice how ill-mannered it
team 30-10.
I gum On the first team those The most athletic boy and girl-
V. R. Hawkins. of West Palm Mrs. D. G. Alston, Mrs. J. Beards- looks. School is the last place in the playing were: Hare and Mathis in William Hooks and Mary Louise

..J ;:. Beach, was a visitor in Clewiston ley, Mrs. T. Shelley, Mrs. B. A. world that we should make a prac- center. Oglesby and Stone guards. Oglesby. .'

"\'f.Sunday.. Bourne.' Mrs- W. S. Harvey Mrs. F. tice of this bad habit. It is not only Bethea and Wynn forwards- On the The vamp of the Clewiston school
Reichman, Mrs. Webb, and Mrs. F. disrespectful to your teacher and
.. I second team those playing were, -Evelyn Hare.
S. D. M heady. of West Palm Ellmore. A delicious salad course classmates, but awfully annoying.Try Spicer and Brantley center, George The sheik of the Clewiston school

,... Beach was a business visitor here and coffee was served by the hos- and be more considerate of and Morgan guards. Avant and -Merrel Lowe.

; Tuesday. tess and Mrs. J. K. Mowry was those with whom you come in con- Lowe forwards Jo Hogan referee The grouchiest boy and girlVanBush

r--- awarded high score prize. tact daily and you will find it and coach. and Evelyn Hare.

'p .'::_ :''. W- H. Read, of Charleston. S. C, ALVA BEATS GLEWISTOX a pleasure and a joy to show the The girl with the best figure and

.. ...,'.,. was here several days this week on proper regard for your most inti- FACULTY MEET the boy with the best physic William -

:: business.. Alva bags 18-12 win over Clewis- mate friends. Avoid doing little Hooks and Mae Lily Stone.

"",";;',.,', .--- ton. Alva wins first league game of things that will tend to cause peopleto On last Tuesday afternoon at the The most talented boy and girl-

: G. W. Hadsell and W- R. Eve. Jr..I season. Alva holds lead all, the way criticize you. or you will soon, get close of school the faculty held its Roy Green and Mary Louise Oglesby.The .

;;;::!: of Orlando; were here Monday on:I Clewiston plays daring and reckless down in the gulley. Just rememberthat regular meeting which is devotedto boy and girl with the best dis-

,.. '. "..;"".';..."..".. business.!' game in contrast with Alva's de- the public judges us by the professional study. At each meet- position-Roy Green and Mary

... ..', ..;.:. .... fensive game. things we do daily and everyone ap- ing one teacher takes charge and Louise Oglesby.The .

!: >, ,' W.. L. Whidden, of West Palm .Alva was constantly on the de- preciates a well behaved boy or subject was "Everlasting shr shrrd boy and girl with the prettiest

;:"": '.-,:-. Beach. was- a business visitor here fense except for a few brief scoring girl. subject was "Evaluating Our Own eyes-Richard Bestor and' Lily

: Tuesday. periods. Time after time Clewiston Teaching," taken from the Florida Merrel Wynn.
:: / .
: _
:" pounded their way to Alva's goal HIGHEST GRADESFor i Educational association journal. An The boy and girl with the priet-
:'. '-) R. P. Ransom- of Ft. Myers, was only to lose their scoring punch., article was read "Bee Yourself" tiest hair-Bobby Hare and Thelma

;.', here on. business several days this Avant for Clewiston tallied six the highest grades for first.' from the same. journal which is: Guthrie.

week. points while Middleton of Alva rang grade in number work last week I' "Said a wise old bee at the closeof The boy. and girl with the prettiest -
4 goals for 8 points. are the following: day "This colony business does teeth-Bobby Hare and Betty

t Roy B. Verdery. of Orlando was Walker also of Alva put 2 goals Ann Pafford. Janie Brantley. Mary not pay: I put my money in that old Spicer.

here several days this week on bus- and a free shot in the basket for 5 Mathis and Dorothy Smith. hive.that. others may eat and live The boy and girl who studies the

iness.. points. Hare and Hooks of Clewistonand The second and third grade' have and thrive; and I do more work ina most-Roy Green and Mary Louise

Tomm of Alva each made a divided into two teams for a spelling day by gee than some 'of the oth- Oglesby.

Bob Chamberlain: of Canal Point, goal and a free shot for 3 points match. The names of the two teamsare er fellowsdo, in three. I'toil and wor- The laziest boy and girlVanBush

1' was a visitor! in Clewiston Thursday each. Byle of Alva hooked one goal. the "Good Spellers" and the ry and slave and hoard. and all I 1 and Mary Bush.

t evening. Alva lead at the half 10-7. "Never Miss." Each team has won get is my room and board. It's me

I r V'I\' ,. T Lineups: two contests; for :a hive I can run myself, and me Van Bush: "Why was Edd Clarkso
__ Miss Elsie Hare and Van Cotherr Clewiston, (12) : Hare and W.. The? best grades in the third grade for the sweets of my' hard earned tight lipped this morning"?

"'!. ,1, spent Sunday in Moore Haven with Hooks. forwards;; Avant.. center; were made by: self." So the old bee flew to a mea- George Bestor: "He. cleaned his

Mrs Cora Cothern.Mrs. G. Hooks and Lowe guards. Elizabeth Davis, Betty Duty.Julia dow lone and started a business of teeth in the dark and used glue by

Alva (18)' : Byle and Middleton. Ann Oglesby Billy Davis. John his own. He gave no thought' to buz- mistake."
.::. : R. M. Hare and Mrs. G. 0. forwards; Walker, center; ,Lamb H. Mowry, Leonard Thomas and zing clan, but all intent on his' self-

... 0' :., Wallace were visitors in 'LaBelle and Williams, guards. Eddie Walls. ish plan he lived the life of a hermit Evelyn Hare: "If you don't marry

';:. Saturday. '_ _. PERSONAL The best grades in the fourth free-"Ah, this is great:" said the me I shall not care to live."
Haven. grade are: i wise old bee. I Marvin Altman: "And if I did I
Ham Walker of Winter
in Thursday The 'seventh and eighth grade ag- Mary Bell Warren, Hervey "But the summer waned and the shouldn't."
: V was a visitor Clewiston

t ; ',' V and Friday.. mill riculture Monday class afternoon.went to the Sugar' I I, ..;NNNN.. .. .. ..N..N..NN.. ..NN.. ..NNN. ..u.u.u..-.NNNNNMNN. .. .. .. .. ..NN. ........,...;..;..;..;................................................NN'M. .N"M. .NN.. .NMNNNN. . ...."u.u............u.u.u.u..u.......................-..MN.. ..NN.. ..-..-..-..HN.. .........;.

Harley Watson, of Arcadia, has Bobby and Dickey Patterson motored -: .;. :f.
to West Palm Beach Sunday .
J been in Clewiston for several days
C '.: business. night to the movies. if .

,': ,'':;,'..'..:._ ..on L, R. Campbell_and W- P- Scoggs. moved Lillian away.and Folrence Hicks. have Will You Do Your Bt iI i-

...- .'. ..'''; of Tampa, were in Clewiston Tues- ted Mrs.plant L.to L.every Spicer room donated in the a school pot-, 2
,: day on business
., last week. I 'f'Y
LE.. Annie Mathis was absent three .'.
Messrs. JA- Jones :: ;
Lewis, of Miami were here on busi- days last week. Xi; ::

"- : ness Tuesday. Harmon's There is room.a new Her pupil name in is Hilda Miss i Wh. for ;" .-' ';-. : 'V ,:... Y "--" ", -'- / '... .'".4' ."'... 0.,' ,.._-'" _. '. _;
: .
: -- V
.: ,: /. Jimmie Wolfe Powell. =1:
V : : ;; : Bill Wallace and it <-S'k -
;'.: attended the theatre in Pahokee There is also or.e in Miss Wal- .,' ,<. :''," ,, ... :
: 'V.., Sunday night. lacp's 'room. His name is Harry Ken- ':;;:" ;,..:. : >/: ; :;:
: nedy. 1 : = '
.- V of There will be a basketball game I :ie: CLEWISTONCOMMUNITY '' :> };'; _
Mr. and Mrs W. J- Ingllng, _
between Moore. Haven and Clewiston $ < .
iII ix
; Pocatello. Idaho. are spending' a : : \. i/
I here Friday night.CHAPEL : ''
:. week in Clewiston on a visit. I .
c. / _
-.., PROGRAMOn .. .,
.:;; 1: : Bill Hamilton and Guy Dorough .':. ..,
:';;:i-\ T left Saturday for Tampa whers they Friday morning January 15. +

::.j;:;:> will be located permanently. the first grade entertained us witha CHEST for V The Chest isClewiston's f
,": "'. -
::j : most interesting program. We .
:..':'rp; -: O Nichols. representing the II
R. can all notice the progress which -
"V'' : ." .::. only :::
:. .' Seaboard Oil Co.. of Tampa, was a these little boys and girls have :: ..

... t:; /: business visitor here Tuesday. made since the beginning of school. : :
: :; organiza-4 I
; charity
:..V'.> f-:,Y:'. Malone.Atlanta, The program was as follows: :i: ,:.:. ., 1'<:.:..;. i
';/ V :. J. representing "
: : E. (Song) The Capital Ship-As
tion ,
: : functioningin
.:'i::,:< ." Southern Finance company sembly. 1:: >\. : '. --- : .{-
A :" .'
>..jt.. : is here on business for a few days. The 23rd PsalmAssembly.The :. I.:\" ;. '. :... ;./:. :V, all worthycases :::
,': "':f! :, Lord's' Prayer-Assembly. :: : 9 ,. =;

;. '., Mr. and Mrs F. L. Wady of Tampa (Song) I am the New Year.The1st A= ; ; :: after carefulinvestigation. I

'J'.''. spent a few days here on a vis grade. $ -

.:t it this week. "Not Scared"-Robert Dunty. \; *
I 3 =
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,.:." ( (Song) The Three Little Kittens i -
':: :' Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Dowman, of Ft. -- :
;. :{; The 1st' grade. :!: \t Y'. / ::
business visitor eher :
: Myers. was a "
>:! "My Neighbor"-Gloria McDuffie. '
V:! '". Tuesday and Wednesday. (Song) Come Little LeavesThe1st i <;; : 2 '
4 ; 'i.- '
; w grade. i i
;t\' \ : '
j-j. C. J. Gonterman. of Seminole "A Little Girls Trouble"-Loi. iI .. : .. .' '
.; ':. farms, left here Monday for New Tidwell. ::
( {+ York on business to be gone several (Song) This Is the Way We Clap I I '. .s.

::: .,' ," weeks. -Mary Mathis. ; :
? ? ? '
.r Directions for making the pictureof :i= 1" V 1" :
', ;:-; :_ The following out of town guests the Three Bears-Elbert Hooker,
.. .' attended the American Legion dance .}
-.:. '1t. The Story of the Three Bears
')..::"V Thursday' night at the Clewiston Charles Castle and Glorida McDuf- \

Inn: Miss Park Wilder of Pahokee. fie l Give for Humanity's Sake I=

; Miss Annette Delaney, of LaBelle. Dramatization of story- !

Mr and Mrs. Blitz Welgman of La- Father Bear-Dewey Davis. 1* .

;,,'.' Belle, Walker Nail. Bill Blakley Mother' Bear-Anne Dunty. t

;+, V and Broadus Gantt of Moore Haven. Baby Bear-Bernard Lester. f
,. ,': '. The music being furnished by the Golden Hair-Hazel Altman. ? b

Billroy'a comedian orchestra- (Song) Uncle Ned-Assembly* y.:..:..:..x.. :.. ;.. :-:..:..:..:.. :-:..:-:..:..:-H..:..:..:+:..:..:.. .;-<..:-.:.:.).X.FRIDAY. ..:..:..:.:+: *>>:+:..:.:..:..:..:..:.:. : .:......:..:..':..:+*:..*:..:.

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Annual Landowners' leigh city business in cities of Boyn-
( From; I'age 1) Continued 'CIcwiston Drainage District Meeting will be ton Beach Punta Gorda and Palm. !
( from
FOUGHT BY PUPILS slow began.A Page 1) :
recovery I held in the office of the District inClewieton Beach. Reliable hustler can start
triangular piece of glass pierced tion to make a contribution of ten Florida at 11 o'clock A. M.
dollars. I January 30, 1932. for the purpose of earning $35 weekly aled' increase .
through Mr. Week's jaw splitting electing one supervisor of aid Drain- rapidly. Write immediately. Raw- '( i I
Wisconsin College Students Test Law his check about three inches. All llepitition is made of the request 'ape District to serve for a term of I i
three Icigh Co.. Dept. FA-83-V. Memphis,
years and for the transaction of
Set Up on Campus for Regulating layers of the facial muscles were that every demand made upon individuals I such other business as may properly Tenn. '
Traffic evered.:: Approximately 100 stitches business concerns or clubsin !'come before the meeting.
were taken in Mr. Week's face. Al- the city for relief should be re- R. Y. Asst.PATTERSON Secretary.F. "
Madison, Wis., Jar 18.-Led by though injuries were painful he ferred to the committee which is 'I DEANE DUFF,

four student lawyers, a number of vas not seriously hurt and returnto now on an operating basis; Mrs. Board of Supervisors President.
students- at the University of Wis- his home in Moore Haven Tues- Moltz treasurer, Hopkins building I I Clewiston Drainage District.
fconsin today were in open rebel- apartments opposite the post office, i Jan. 1522.NOTICF3 .

lion against the Badger campus day.The accident occurred shortly af- or phone 336. Mr. Beardsley; 354, I -

traffic court and planned to carry ter dusk as the Deam's and Mr. Mr. Stewart; 325. Mrs. Bestor; 391. OF APPLICATION FOR TAXI
their fight to the state supreme Weeks were enroute to Moore Haven Mrs. McGehee.M. I DEED
court-if they can raise enough after -
Mr. Weeks had been hereon
money. The students said they hop- busines connected with the Clew- I Ruth NOTICE R. Beardsley IS HEREBY holder GIVEN.of Tax That Cer-I.
ed the rebellion would spread to Iston Building Material of Victor Blate left Tuesday fo tificates No. 281. 282, 283 285 and
other schools, where fines are col- I company .ive Oak. Tallahassee and other towi. .285 1-2 2nd day of Sept., 1929 has filed -
which he is receiver. None of the said certificates in my office and y
in north Florida for few .
a dajsNOTICIJ pFOw-
lected from students for violationof
occupants of the car can remember made application for tax deed to issue
rales. thereon in accordance with law. Said
campus '
seeing the tractor and cars at the -- '
certificates embrace the following described -
The four law students. members
crossing until a moment before the I OP LANDOWNERS'5rtETINu property situate in Hendry "
of Phi Delta Phi professional law County Florida to-wit: 'o 4tCMPAtIY y;, +tY} > J ,w, T" !r,
impact. Deam, then apparently attempted Block 208. Lot 24, Block 159, Lot d t4;f 3 gL z1z j ArtxY rb6 '
fraternity today dug through law to either go around the r Annual Landowners' Meeting ot 1, Block 162 Lot 12, Blfick 176.
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books as they collected pro cedentswhich last of :'Sugarland Drainage District .will be Lots 22. and 36. all in the City of
tho be-
aid uphold their convoy or '!eld in the office of the District in'lcwiston Clewiston.The .
they posi- tween the two cars where' the coupl- I'loilda, at tj'clock A. M. assessment of said property under 666 s
tion that the fine system is unconstitutional ing pole offers less resistance!' The .-j.miisi' 30, U:3 for the purpose ofUctng the said certificates issued was i in
and illegal. This rather o'lo supervisor of"sald Drain- name of H. F. Bycroft Jr. Theodore "
center of the automobile struck the >rc: Jjis'i l'Ct.; to. serve for a term of Gottlieb and Wm. H. Kuhlman. SALVE
unusual picture of four frat brothers corner of the Athey wagon, knocking .>ii:' diligently poring over books is such other business as may properlycome according to law tax deed will 606 Liquid or Tablets used internally
occasioned by the recent appoint- the fore trucks from the cane before the meeting.R. issue thereon on the first day of Feb and 660 Salve externally make a
car and completely demolishing theautomobile's Y. PATTERSON ruary, 1932. and effective treatment for-
ment by President Glenn Frank ofa motor.A Secretary. Dated this 31st day of December, Colds.complete
court to hear violations of the I. F. DEANE DUFF
campus automobile traffic law. The flagman stationed a short dis- Board of Supervisors President. 1931.SEAL) WILLIAM I T. HULL Most Speedy Remedies KnownAsk
tance from the Clerk of Circuit Court
car attempted
Sugarland Drainage District.
board of regents made the laws. Florida. Your Druggist for Particularsirestoue
Hendry County
warn the motorists but it is believed Jan. 15-22. ...
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William A. Sumner and Alf Gils- ----- ..'-
that he thought to be' I
was a
tel. superintendent of buildings and
hitch-hiker and avoided.
grounds. make up the court. The was, rj
court's initial session last against I
students who drew traffic tickets. SIXTY ACRE TRACT SHIPS

fines.Those who Ignored them drew $2 "TWEOTY CARS OF BEANS ; -.

"We gave four cases for Wednesday -, (Continued From I'nge1)
," the law students said "We're)I day the place was a scene of much
activity as the three hundred work-
going to plead guilty. pay each fine
under protest and then in a civil I ers picked beans for shipment. Muchof

action in the Dane county courts, the field 'being been picked yesterdayhad Again Reduces P1 i(;' 1
sue to get the money back. Also we already picked over three
expect to Institute an Injunctionalmove times this season, while a part had

to halt further operation of only been picked once.

the 'courX Th<:J students maintainthe
court Is illegally appointed thatit A TRIBUTE TO FLORIDA

does not have constitutional au-
thority to levy and collect fines and (Continued on Page 2)
that it infringes on the jurisdictionof der moss-hung oaks beside the Su-
the American courts. wanee River. See the speeding automobiles -
on Daytona's wave-hardened
SMILEY WILLIAMS OUTPOINTS sands. See Florida's beautiful State

'SKEET' BARWICK IN BOUT ''University; see where Edison lived \

and worked and prolonged) his life.

(Continued from Page 1)) Play laugh and rest in this' land I If II

mar the excellent exhibition of where Ponce de Leon was sure he I
boxing and boxing science in the would find the fountain of eternal

ieast. Kirby realizing his opponent's youth. Rejoice that this paradise is

advantage in reach rushed in close part and parcel of your own United
from the beginning and stayed there States.

throughout the fight Pervis would The whole country is proud of
invariably land -several long hard Florida just as a family is proudof s: A e / e e o f a ,: '

rights to the, side of Kirby's headas an especially beautiful sister. ; .
he came in but Kirby would get
them back when he finally got in Buy now! Tougher, thicker non.:ddd tr cud that

close enough. This fight went the Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Pape and gives greater non-skid protection and longer nonskid -
son, Richard. were Sunday visitorsin Don't drive on worn,smooth tints'when
full eight rounds and was called a wear.
draw. Fort Myers the guests of rela- you can have.new Firestone Tires at these -

The preliminaries were all well tives and friends.NN low prices. 1931-.the year....-.v.--in which..ya1'avrz t-

matched and well fought bouts Never before could you buy such remarkable ed mosA was for Firestone a year of !
keeping the fight fans on the edgeof .: :NNN:NNN:..:N:1.:..:NMNM N:NNNN..:N..:N:. '' .
their seats until the main fights .:HN. :..:.:..:...:..:..:..:..:NNNN. :..:N:NN:..:NMNNN. :.:. : values. ,,*",, 'r great accomplishment. Because of Fire-

*$It... the evening commenced.Skater You get extra 8trelP't1,T' rt'a- safety, stones unequaled position in buying raw

Barwick challenged C. E. STEBEL extra service ,,'ith'every Firestone Tire materials -rubber and cotton efficient
WUltetnB for another fight
at two weeks ---------n:ttler- in because_oC-these extra Firestone construefactories and economical distribution,
here the areiN. frog -
-------- -.....-....'lion.features. {
last Wednesday nightr General Electric Refrigerators they gave car owners the greatest values

South Bay Electrochef StovesRadios Glim-Dipping the Firestono patented in their history. ..
--- -_.. extra process that makes the cord body tougherand
:Monday .............. 66 46 stronger.
Tuesday........... 82 60 and Supplies Drive in today. Equip your car- with
Radio Two Extra Cord Piles Under the.
...... 84 Repairing and
Wednesday. 62 Tread a patented Firestone construction thatgivesaddedprotectionagainstpuncturesandblow Firestone Gum-Dipped Tires enjoytheir

Thursday........... 84 68 Pahokee Florida .
extra safety and satisfaction at the
Friday ................ 82 60 outs and stronger bond between tread and cord
Sunday............... 82 62 .).:N:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:N:N'J1 N:11:N N:11'N N:N:N:N:N'N:N'SAME body. lowest prices in history.
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Previous Rainfall .................._... 1.00 I ..... Firestone Fktone Firsltonl Firestone flreslono' Fhctone
-- "' t 'I>W'" I'I'I Oldfi.ld OidfSetd OldI,d Oldfield Oidreid Otdrield
I Mike Tin Make The! .
Type Tyne Type Type Type Type
Rainfall to date ........................ 1.00 SERVICE Pub Price Cull Price of Ctr sae Cnh Prke Cash hke of Cif Sill Cash Price Cash Pen t
Average rainfall for week.......... 0.91 I. Each Pep Pair Each Per Per [all Per PairFord"
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Average rainfall to date .......... 0.96Tampa$12.500 :NEW LOCATION .
Chunolct--} 4,40-2164.79 $9.30 awl...._ 5.25-21 a.ls SJs.az Stutz__'. 6.50-20 $IZ.65 $%4.84
Nolon R. Conner located .
formerly auburn-, ILD.Chevrolet.
appropriated by
Hillsborough county for unemployment in tho' Civic Center Bar- 1.50-20 5.35 10.38 Iordan. =-.:1 5.50-18 8.35 16.0 Cadn[.incoln:: 7.00-20 I4.6 S 88.42

and plans made for program of ber Shop, may now be found at. Ford_ 4.50-21 5.43 10.54 Stll'b'k'- PackardILD..

permanent highway beautification SHORTY MUSGRAVES Barber. .cO rd.__. Gl1rd Ma.rmon..r'
in county.St. Shop in theALSTON- BIUILDING C WDJppct C\1"olct} .1.75-19 6.33 1.3 Oakland PcerIcae :.J 5.50-9 a.48 16.46 TRUCK and BUS 'J'mE

Augustine First National Stub'k't
i!, Dank distributed 57.000 to depositors Where the Same Efficient ri:1: :;} 4.-20 6.43 IZ.48 flr lon. Firestone
Service May be Had Chandler CwyrJftr_ Olilfield( Type Oldfield Typo
for third dividend. IoSota_ 'Stll'b'k't } 6.001810.65 0.66 Cash Price Cash Price
Daytona Beach-Building permits Dodga_. 1' ng-- H.D. Eah Pu PaIr
Nolon B. Conner Durou
issued In city during 1931 totaled 5.00-19 6.6S 12.90 FranklID.. .
208,109. 1'ontictcac._ I1I1P'bil;:] 6.00-19 10.a5 ZI.04 305 II.D..___ SI.4S Sz9'96Ro.wrevelt
'i""A.iT.r 1 :r=:IS.I Stu'b'k' B.D. 32x6 H.D..__. $6.50 51.00
I 11i'Jy.-K" 34x7II.D..__ 36.40 70.,0

I .t......... ... ..r-rr--x-. .............................................................................................................................. i\aeb Faeex--1 1'I'n' ____.__ 5.00-20 $6.71 13.10 Pnekard.6.0020: } II.D. 10.95 1.4 6.00-20 36z81LD.i-.. 51.6 14.50$ XOO.ZO 28.14

Noah. 5.C3-21 6.98 13.54 Pierce A._ 6.00-21 11.10 21.54 6.50-20 ILD 16.30 31.6

i t_1 1WHY PAY MORE? .i it ;. I Ruick Uh16'Lile Ode'bilo-JJJ\ ._-,}/ 5.25-18 7.13 1..0 8u1ck.__ 6.0022 I1.D.1Lll.C..l.evrol 11.60 %%.So 7.50-20 9.00-20 9.7<>-20 IL.H.D.II.D. .6.4S 46.50 61.65 20.00 90.40 51. O

when the +.

Special brand tires are made by a manufacturer, without his name, Double Guarantee
I for distribution by mail order houses and other distributors under
I. Civic Center Barber their own brands. These tires are sold to the public without the Every tire manufactured
Shop responsibility, identity or guarantee of the tire manufacturer. Fire- by Firestone bears the N
, j*: stone do not make Special Brand tires for ANYONE. Firestone Tires name "FIRESTONE" and .
e Opposite City Hall :;: are sold through Firestone Service Dealers and Service Stores who'carries their and our unlimited -

i give complete service. You get extra protection with the name guarantee. You
j' : Will Give You OC MenWomen 4!: "Firestone" on every tire Firestone makes. are doubly protected.

I a Hair Cut for C and Children, :=::: t

f ; ALL BRANDS OF TONIC 15c :!: !Baker's Service Station


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