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Title: The Clewiston news
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Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: January 29, 1932
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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4; VOLUME 5 NUMBER 0. CLEWISTON, FLORIDA FRIDAY, JANUARY 29 1932. SINGLE COPY- FIVE CENTS



IJ: W. : CHEST DRIVE GETS I Ladies Aid To Hold When WILL workers YOU ANSWER for the Clewis CLEWISTON YOUNGEST CITY TO BE I


Oyster Supper HereThe ton Community Chest call on you

'HEARTY RESPONSE this week in the name of humanity f GRANTED KIWANIS CLUB CHARTER '

will you answer their call?
;; Ladies Aid Society of the
t ; Is it not better to contributehe"il KELLY
NAMED
Clewiston Community church are PRESIDENT AT
: .' ON OPENING DAYS announcing the first benefit affairto ) to the organized charity EVERGLADES GARDEN CLUB ORGANIZATION MEETING

formed to carry on work from TO MEET WITH MRS. WORTH TUESDAY
be given by the society in three NOON
year to year, than to be called on
CITY DIVIDED INTO ZONES FOR years when they will hold a bene-
in every emergecny during' the Clewiston will be the scene of the Another honor was added to Clew-
WORKERS AIDING IN fit oyster and pie supper at the
'' CAMPAIGN school building Saturday. February )'eat% through unorganized char- regular meeting of the Upper Ever- iston this week when Kiwanis International -
ities? granted a charter to a
6th. glades Garden club Friday afternoon
l The Clewiston Community Chestis group of local citizens to functionas
:' With the organization perfected, The supper will be in charge of founded along enduring lines. when members of the club from a branch of the international or-
workers for Clewiston Community, Mrs. F. M. Wright, Mrs. M. P.
Each case to be handled will be Belle Glade, Clewiston, and Paho- ganization. Clewiston now occupiesthe
Chest started out this week in earn-' Boggs, MrsWilliam: Edmonson and
' first thoroughly investigated and I kee will meet at the home of Mrs. honor of being the youngest in-
est soliciting subscriptions for Mrs. R. Y. Patterson.
clew-j permanent records of each case W. C. Worth. corporated city in the United Statesto
" -<, iston's only charity. The The committee plans to hold the -
.. madeThis will eliminate dupli- have a Kiwanis club.
'; :, -,', .- the chest is to care for all ? oyster supper at the school buildingfor The practice of the Upper Ever-
worthY'1 cation of aid when aid is not The club was officially formed
glades Garden club is to hold alter-
":,"s' that the purpose of raising funds to
charity cases are
i. :.", needed, and will provide adequate nate meetings in the three cities Tuesday at a luncheon at the Clew-
, on the work of the society. and
it. I carry
....' I iston Inn.
; protection to both the Chesfr and
in the club.
composing
t; .: :(< > Representatives of all organizations :say they are expecting hearty support membership At
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those who will call upon it for a recent state meeting held in
from friends of the church.CONTRACT I
,: :: met late last week to I Winter
:, :',, : :- assistance. Park last week Clewiston's
:" .- late plans for the drive .formu-I I n There is no argument againsta FAST CARD LISTED name was mentioned as a proper location -
'V i' ':,':'-:. ducted this week Mrs. W. P. Vaughn community chest. None has been I for a Kiwanis club' The state

'- '. Sr. was appointed by the St. Margaret's BRIDGETOURNAMENT advanced and none is expected. officers immediately set out to locate -

Guild to represent that organiza Tho urge is made because of the FOR WEDNESDAYAT a charter here. E P. Malmberg.field .

.a "1 tion on the permanent committee. GETS shortness of time alloted to collection representative of the interna-

At a meeting of the committee on of funds for the entire tional organization was dispatchedto

solicitation, the city of Clewiston I 3 ear's work. LEGION ARENABARWICK Clewiston from Alabama to con-

was divided into zones for the UNDER'VAY HERETHIRD When the call is made, will fer with local citizens interested in
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;, > pose of apportioning sections of pur-I, you answer? -- organizing the club.

.iccity: to community chest workers.' KIRBY, AND HELVEN- MrMalmberg: attended a luncheonat

. LA' :: and workers were designated to ANNUAL EVENT BEGINS STON SLATED FOR HARD the Clewiston Inn Tuesday and

" each section. E- L Stewart was ap-,, FOR SERIES OF TWELVE Fight Brings Death, CONTESTANTSThirtytwo outlined the plans and policies of

pointed to conduct a canvass of the BRIDGE SESSIONS his organization to the 25 citizens

. ,business houses in the city; Mrs. '- To Harlem NegroHenry rounds of boxing will present. and brought with him authority -

. Fred Moltz was assigned the territory I Clewiston's third annual bridge be staged in the local arena next from tho national organization -

> V: I extending from Atlantic street tournament got under way here, last Wednesday night Ed Butler whois to start the club functioning.

;-' ', west. south of Sugarland highway; i night as seven tables of players Green, 45. well known local promoting the bouts under the At the organization meeting E. E.

',':, .' The American Legion was apportioned -' gathered at the Inn for the first of negro was stabbed to death at auspices of the American Legion Kelly, local automobile dealer was

:--,. the barracks administration 12 evenings of contract bridge. an early hour this morning by Wil- said yesterday. i named president of the newly form- .

",' building school. and all of Clewis-j Players entering in the tournament lie Reese, negro, in1 an altercationsaid Topping a fast card of fights. ed club, with Dave Alston as ,vice-

;; ton east of Atlantic street south of are required to have playedin to have started when Green Skeeter Barwick. local pugilist is I II president. Other officers of the club

.',:"'',<:. Sugarland highway. The f not less than nine sessions before threatened Reece's wife at Harlem. matched against ,Joe Rodriguez of I are Roy Green. trustee A. W. Law-

',::,:,,-:, ity of soliciting from responsibil-I they will be eligible for tournament' 'The stabbing occurred about eight I Tampa in a ten round bout. Barwick I rence secretary. A board of directors

',, : the business district and all north I j honors, J. E. Beardsley, in charge; o'clock this morning in front of the holds one decision win over Rod composed of Dr. J. W. Ezelle. Victor

: : :,.-... of Sugarland highway was accepted I; of the tournament said. Nor will' Harlem commissary. Green died almost riguez and was later knocked out'I Blate, W. C. Hooker J. K. Mowry.F. .

r. .. by Mrs- J. A. McGehee. | players be allowed to play the sam immediately. by the Tampa boy in Avon Park. Richman, Father F. J. Finne-

... ,. Shortly after the territorial designations partner for more than four sessioLs.1 Investigations into the death have Barwick promises a hardhittingbout I gan and J. E. Beardsley were selected -

were made workers began Other players are expected not been completed at the time the, here next week. I from members.In .
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the drive. The drive will be continued the tournament next week as the News ,goes to 'press.PENALTY I Other fights scheduled for the his short informal talk. Mr.

through this week and may be I scoring system is so arranged that evening are: Kid Kirby, 145, vs I Malmberg pointed out the fact that

> extended into the early part of next., all will have an opportunity to com- Jimmy Bowie, 140; Joe Leavens Kiwanis is essentially a service club,

!t. Tags designating those who are in pete for the prizes to be offered.A ADDED FOR 140. Wauchula vs Babe Waldron,I organized for the purpose of build-

t authority to collect for the fund are nominal entrance fee is charged 140. Sebring; Johnnie Mathis. 135. ing communities, and limits its

worn by all campaign workers.Up to cover cost of cards and expenses LATE LICENSE TAGS Clewiston vs. Jimmy Dobb. 133. Ft. membership to two representativesfrom

until noon yesterday the fol- of conducting the tournament Myers; and in the lighter weights each classification representedIn

Felix Helvenston. 90 pounder of the city. It furthers a better un-
lowing had 'made donations:
Play will be resumed next Thurs- 25 PER CENT PENALTY ADDED Clewiston meets Flattie Mathis, 90. derstanding between rural and town
.. WM Redelsheimer
I : day night at, the Inn. FOR :PRCHASES AFTER j of Moore Haven in four rounds. residents. Mr. Malmberg said, and
-
,-:' T.R. B.L. Coker Shelley I JANUARY 31ST I Promoter Butler also has scheduled -1 one of its main functions is voca-
tional guidance for school children.
\, I a negro batle royal as enter-
Luis Rivero ,.; Florida motorists who have not of work
HEALTH OFFICIALTO Another phase the as out-
tainment during the evening-of pug-
,J k r. M. WBigg acquired auto license tags for 1932 ilistic activities. lined by the international represen-

M. E. Yenawine by Monday morning will be subjected tative is that of sponsoring any activity -

Miss Katherine Smithv. r.. CONDUCT CLINICDr. to a 25 per cent penalty for delay Barwick returned to Clewiston that is for the good of the
Mrs. Frances Small : ;-0; in making application according Tuesday night after winning a tech- community. Members present at the
'. 5, nical knockout Dor-
Domingo
,.: Miss Kathryn: Deam to the auto license tag law in ef over organization meeting Tuesday were:
", J. J. : lando in tha second round of a
Harrington I Hambhn from the state fect. E. E Kelly, H., W. Webb R. A.
.:,::: F. Andre Paris } scheduled 6 round bout in West
.' board of health visited our school Sale of automobile tags has been Green John K. Mowry A. A- :Mun-
.. : ,' C. V. Rafn Palm Beach. although losing to
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:. :., :: last week. While he was here arrangements unusually slow in all parts of the! roe M. V. Blate E. L. 'Stewart. W-
:' : r J. W. Moran : Smiley Williams here the previous
:'' ':. were made whereby the state this year reports show, and S. Harvel, J. A. McGehee, Prof. M. G.Lanerford. .
'
: : C. Worth Wednesday.
; W. state would give to each and every Hendry county is no exception. It is I A. W- Lawrence. Dr. J.
,:,'I': '< ": M. E. VonMack ::; child the 'Schick test. This test de- J J Ezelle. DrS J. Simmons; W. C.
,', :: : ,"'-:, .- Miss B Kettl ', f expected that all license tag agencies W. -
;_" '._,', Emmet <.1' = termines whether or not a child will will be worked to capacity tomorrowand I RACE WITH OFFICER Hooker. C. L. Downs Dave Alston.
.'''oj. ',- Shelley take diphtheria.We possibly Sunday as car owners Julius_ R. Alston. Father F. J. Finne-
: ,
,:, ; J. A. Plunkett :': ( I
understand that there I rush to avoid the 25 cent
are per pen: !I
J'C.. ,
M. Allen
gan.Weekly
,:;':; .,:'" L. C. Sturges' :' -some ,cases of diphtheria at Moore! alty. ENDS NEAR HERE meetings of the club have

>,'-'::':";-'- G. T. Auger .-":-'', -', j I Haven. 'If this is true then it would According to, a statement made i' been arranged. for Wednesday nightat
I be splendid precautionary measure seventhirty.Clearing
a
this week WS McLin. motor ve-
by
: M. P. Peterson '
:' :. : < MOORE HAVEN, Fla., Jan. 28-
: 1 -.i. I to protect the children of Clew-
hicle commissioner at Tallahassee.
.\,1"" W. D. Rains .' Marshal Atkins after a
>, ; -City Roy
: iston from this dreaded disease. I
., motorists will not be subjected to
'h ,:::; A P. Beery '; I 13-mile chase, arrested Cecil John- Begins on
Next week there will be permission arrest until March first. when rigid
: ;.f. G. Wallace I
) 21, and captured one hundred
: son.
'_'_'- ':':',:r;' '' .. E. W. Diggs : I slips given to each child. These enforcement of the license law will gallons of whiskey about nine Connecting HighwayWork

'... : J. W. Moore .' ;, slips are to be taken the childs par- begin. The commissioner quoted the' o'clock last Friday night. Johnsonwas

,' ,; ,,' C. J. Lovvorn ,' I ents and they are to give their permission 1931 law which says in effect that released Saturday morning on of clearing right of way for
:. in if want their tags will cost 25 cent af- the Clewiston-Moore Haven road
: A.-W. Sias writing they per more forfeited
:', ,: I $100 cash bond which he
.-i':, Dr. J- W. Ezelle child to be tested for diphtheria. ter January 31st and that motorists when he failed to appear in city was started early this week by the

'J A. W. Lawrence I The slips also give the state doctor who fail to get a new tag will be I court Monday morning to stand? state road department. is expected -

"". : : M. P. Boggs Jr. I the right to immunize any child subject to arrest "after the month that the grading will start in a

Mrs. Mary Stokes. I that the test may show is subject to of February." I trial.Marshal Atkins. accompanied by short time.

::;,\,;;,:\ I the disease. The child must return ---.--- I Bill Young, were watching the cor- Part of the equipment to be usedon
::;$;;;;;" these signed slips to the teacher as when the road is already enroute to

;':::: ;;,MSeek; New HighwayTo I no one will be examined without the Progress Chairman I r.er the at truck the appeared.Methodist "Having church seen location and actual construction of

;+ 1 written permission of the parent. I this link in the' highway system is
'; 74 f. } Lake Finds Florida Sound this truck pass through several expected to start soon.
,: Territory While the doctor is here he said times I had grown suspicious and

';: t1( '': that he would give to every child in ordered it to stop." the marshal A delegation composed of Repre-
,;S''I; school the inoculation against ty- "Florida is decidedly sound." stated. The man driving the truck sentative Stewart, of Clewiston, and
Fort Lauderdale Fla Jan. 28Yfl'F
: : -
:Jf'r: phoid fever provided the child has That is the opinion of Gros- paid no attention to the commandand citizens of ,Glades county recently
.
officials of the several
City communities -
not had the treatment within the venor Dawe. well known Florid- turning around Adkins kept on appealed to the road department for
): _' In the county, representatives
< I last two and one-half years. A sep- ian. who is now one of the men driving. The marshal then got into immediate work on the road. The
: of the various civic organizations j
; f : arate permission slip must be sign- behind the guns in the Century of after necessity for an adequate highwayto
\;;: ,1ft;:: and others will meet with county his 'own car and started the.
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'' r ed requesting that the child be giv- Progress acticity looking towarda Clewiston from this section was
truck which was an "A" model Ford.
; ) commission to
? : at. 10 a. m- Friday or
) .... en_ the inoculation.All real Florida exhibit at the The truck was headed toward i shown to the department. and prom-

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the
delegation.
.. the state doctor and there will be I I crossed the bridge the driver steppedon given
'; ; :; ; highway department February 10
,, J year.As Deeds for the right of have
t. "; ':;_, '';.', iL Lakeland when 'an appropriation no charge of any kind. The state is Mr- Dawe sees it. the FlorI I the gas in a vain attempt to already been secured from way

.fl w : will be asked for the construction doing this for the school childrenat ida display 'at the Fair should be shake off the pursuer. A very high property through which the ownersof roadis

\ ,qV: of road 26 along the North New; no cost to the parents' All you sponsored by all Floridians. as rate of speed was maintained and to be routed. The route will shorten -

f; .'_- /' I ; River canal from Twenty Mile Bendl[,have to do is sign the slips request- "expression of their faith in Flor- the shoots which Young fired at the the distance between Clewistonand

;;' '..:'i. ,", .. to South Bay at Lake Okeechobee. j';ing that your child receive the bene- ida." He announced that "organ- tires failed to hit their mark the points in the central portion
; The road has been built by Brow-!! fits. This work will be started probably ized methods of making it pos- marshal reported. When the cars !

, "' ard county as far as Twenty Mile within the next month. sible for all to contribute are LOW I approached the dairy just this side the state.
Only one mile of the road is in
'I; ." Bend. The state road department I'I There are special arrangements taking shape along 25 different of Clewiston the truck slowed down
Hendry county.
.::7- will Ue asked to include in its bud- going to be made to take care of the lines." and he insisted that "faithin I and pulled a little to one side. The

} ,4 get an appropriation for 'completion pre-school child.-Contributed) Florida means 'Forward Flor- officer told him to stop which the TERRILL ARRIVES

" of the road to the lake, a distanceof ida'," and he is confident that "a driver did.
32 miles. Construction of the LADIES AID NOTICE forward movement will benefit The man giving his name as Cecil John F. Terrill. of New 'York City,

: road will open up to the coastal all of us in all lines." Johnson of Arcadia was brought assistant secretary and assistant

markets and harbor facilities of the The next regular meeting, of the "One of the greatest troubles back to Moore Haven and lodged in treasurer of the United States Sugar

east coast the agricultural area of Ladles Aid Society of the Clpwlston today is that we know too much." jail. Three of the twenty five-gallon corporation, arrived in Clewistonlast

4. < the Lake Okeechobee section. those Community church will be held next Mr. Dawe said. "You know when jugs of whiskey had been broken In week for an extended visit hereon

J, behind the movement for the appropriation Thursday February, 4th at the Gandhi's loin cloth gets misplaced the race. Johnson was released Sat- business for the sugar corpora-

" -" : said. home of Mrs. R. Y. Patterson. The ,- we all worry about it. And urday morning on a $100 cash bond tion.Mr.

meeting hour has been set at 3 p. why should such a situation in to appear in city court Monday Terrill has made several previous -

Give generously to the Clewiston mAll members of the society as far off India cause people to fret morning He forfeited ,the bond. The visits here since the organization -

Community Chest when the workers well as friends of the church are invited down in South Florida-If you get ;whiskey was destroyed Tuesday by of the United States Sugar cor
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call for your donation. to attend the meeting. my,poiut?" Marshal Adkins. porationCenter -

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TWO THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY JANUARY 2 U, 1032

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TR1J1 CLEWIS TON NEWS by the expiration of the temporarytern ing scenery offers a restful and I spent so- much money for FREE" Lincoln has new eights and twelves

of Tucker Savage. Four men, pleasant: contrast in general atmos- ACTS when he could have assembledall (the latter with bodies as long as
Published every Friday In Clewleton, other than Mr. Savage, who will also -
phere from that of the coast. the candidates for
governor on the Nutley town hall) but we
Florida CLEWISTON NEWS
the
by ,
I be a candidate, have announced. The student of history finds Florida the platform HIS not theirs. and couldn't afford to look. being a ,
Inc '
i They are: R. Hudson Burr, of Miami a virgin field. Within its borders had a grand-stand attraction that member of that American fraternity .

and Tallahassee; John W. Bern of are found the earliest historical would have been a WOW. But on whose tires are good for 5.000 miles <

Entered as second class matter. Newberry; W. B. Douglas of Lake settings known to our country; the other hand, it would have beena after they are worn out.
February 1. 1927, at the Post Officeat City and O. A. Byrd of Jacksonville.
while the artist finds here an at- lousy trick to play on the Johnny:
Clewiston Florida under the Act We looked in vain for the Austin.
mosphere not to be compared else- J< Jones Exposition because nobody
but it must
of March' 3 1897.A I have rolled under a
JUSTICE HOLMES where on the North American Con would care a hang about seeln' the desk. Everywhere there are auto

tinent. Background from the most FREAK show after that. salesmen
newspaper devoted to the best I. The retirement, at the age of 90, ancient period to the ultramodernmay ,talking as fast as their

Interests of Hendry County, Florida of Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes of be found by the artist and writer And I see where this boy George tendance new models is good are supposed and to sales go. At-are
many
Its leading newspaper. the Supreme Court of the United within a stone's throw of one O- Lea of Bradenton who's fixin' to reported. Which to flivver
causes us
States. brir.gs to an end a magnifi- another. land the job otcontributln' editor home
with the firm conviction thata
Subscription rate: per year$2.00 cent public, career. on the Congressional Record
lover an-
The of nature finds Florida fool and his money may be soon

Outside of State of Florida ......$2.50 He has become recognized as one abounding in beauty spots amid nounces that he is gor.na compaign parted, but somehow or other he II
of the great jurists of history.-and.
from an airplane with a loud speaker -
unique and interesting surround- manages to hang onto his outo-
more than that, as a great man as
Advertising rates furnished on ap- ings. Sub-tropical and tropical trees, -well. anyhow that ought to be Pathfinder.
well. His has been a life devoted
PLANE talk from candidate
plication. shrubs and flowers combine in wild one ,
purely to the public service. He has profusion with the native pines and now we might all rise and sing
Shrine Parade Will
the qualities of mind and heart that
Business office, Clewiston News, stately oaks to justify the name- "High LEA, High Low." I suppose
are given to few men in time.
any the other candidates will be
the "land of Flowers. High rolling com-
Clewiston Florida. Editorial and
Justice Holmes' life encompasses) Be Feature of Fair
hills. tropical hammocks. the sand plainin' about the :OVERHEAD attached I
Advertising, same. a period that to most of us. is his-
to the
dunes of the coast and flat pine campaign. !
tory. He tempered<< justice with mercy ,
Tampa. Jan 21.
woods traversed by railway and (Special)-

Telephone 339 and fought always for the rightsof modern highways all lend their pic- WHOOPS and a couple of rousing Thursday Feb. 11 will be Shrine

---- humanity, for the oppressed and turesque atmosphere to intrigue the AH-HAAS. Now we can close the Day at the South Florida Fair and

POLITICAL POT BREWS the misunderstood and the unfor visitor.A entrees in the Governor's RACE, at it is the aim of Potentate Stanley

tunate. Age seemed to add to, rather last we've got a sure enough DIRT Price to make it the most eventfulIn i
Florida
of visitor is
than detract from the keennessand new type FARMER in the melee. The Egypt Temple's history.A I
the
Naturally office of first importance now being invited to spend the winter gentle-
of his mind and it
penetration
,
to the, voters of Florida is season in Florida-the' avia- man answers to the nam of Mont- gala program of fun. frolic and
was only ill health that forced his Potter and he hails from
that of governor and there will be tourist. Because of enviable climate gomery entertainment is planned startingat

no shortage of names on the ballot I retirement. Florida is forecast to become a lead Hamilton county. Now if he can 10:00 a. m. and concluding witha
Although he has left the bench.
when the primary election rolls ing state in the development of avia- get enough votes. I' suppose he'll Grand Ceremonial that night.
the work that he has done for his
proceed to bury all the other candidates -
around this year. tion and steps are now being takento Out of town Shrine clubs will put
fellow citizens will be ever-present
in the POTTERS FIELD. But
To date thirteen candidates have adequately care- for this type of on stunt programs throughout the
fox: generations to come. what I can't understand is all
,
annouLced for nomination by the modern travel throughout the state. why day, a gigantic parade will occur Il: '

Democratic party, two: for the Republican What might be said of Floridaas the DIRT in politics is always blam- at 1 p. m. and the ceremonial at the .( i.-
.... -I
ed on the FARMERS
poor whydon't :
nomination and the chancesare FLORIDAA a Winter Playground is equally temple in' the evening.Arrangements .
in some of these birds be originaland
strongly favor of other
names true of its summer climate. Lying provide special en-
being added to the list before elec- enter the race as a DIRTY
Recreation CenterFlorida's between the ocean and the gulf Flor- tertainment for the ladies and
tion day. lawyer or DIRTY banker or some-
ida enjoys a summer climate that is nobles are urged to bring their

The fact that 15 have announced: nothing less than surprising to thing. wives. All Shriners wearing their

does not necessarily mean that all prominence as a recrea- who have enjoyed it. fezz and in the
those never "ASK'THE marching parade
tional center dates from the comingof MAN WHO OWES FOR
fifteen will
canvass the state nor divert visitto will be admitted ,
the late :M. Flagler into Summer should not your free to the... fair -
Henry ONE"
will they be forced to qualify before full of visitin-g will
and Florida as it will be as grounds be fur- I
the state seeking rest recuperation -
the state committee. but it, does
in mid-winter during the nift'rred complimentary tickets.
pleasure as "
mean that the state is fast becom- from a busy business life. In New York. Jan.23-/lSS2_ < vLt: :

ing "vote-conscious." St. Augustine to which city he had tourist season. way: to..l'erljt"business": says a Come early, spend the day and

Two ex-governors seek to returnto gone, Flagler found the true "Foun-; Florida is a virtual denari"uT Ynf"would: be to destroy all the help make this the biggest and best i

the executive mansion and both tain of Youth" which Ponce de Leon store of pleasure' ... zrcT'amusement.l autos." But auto manufacturers feel Shrine day in our history.

are being seriously considered by sought i nvain-Florida's matchless Its communities vie in friendly com that the only way prosperity can return -

climate and sunshine, of health and petition( furnish pleasure recrea- is on wheels. Consequently the Stranger Than FictionAt
state politicians who are trying to
contentment. tio-r'and perfect comfort to its visitors 32nd annual New York auto show
i
guess which way the wind blows. ) Poughkeepsie N. Y.. a butler
John W. Martin and Cary A. Hardee Amid the historic environment whether they seek ,diversion I shows makers spending as much accused OL murdering his millionaire

the Ancient its old world from business pursuits relief from time and trying to
have begun active campaigns for the City ,and money improve employer was arrested within an
charms had vision of the rigors of winter climate a summer their do their faces.
Democratic nomination.. Fons A.i Flagler a con- cars as women hour instead of on the last page as

Hathaway, former chairman of the verting the "Land of Sunshine and at the seaside or prospecting Yet in both cases improvementsseem in most detective novels:

Flowers" to the use of those who for a new place of abode. external rather than internal.The .
state road department and guberna- In some sections of Colorado rail-
sought recovery of health and the industry is still in the "pretty"era
torial_ candidate in '1928 has also road trains are imperilled by wild
comfort of ailienient climate duringthe and fundamentals are sacrificedto
started his campaign.
Stafford Cald- horses that take advantage of the
rein of Winter in the north. I non-essentials. Thus "free
well, King we see
prominent in state politics fora cleared right of way when snow is
Then came Henry Plant and after Late wheeling" buttons on cars that
r.umber of years; David L. Scholtz. I deep on both sides.A .
former president of the Florida him others of vision whose, work keep headlights in relatively the
:
State Chamber contributed to the building of what c&o same position as old buggy lamps worn dollar bill which bobbedup
of Commerce Fred
; in the
Durant National
O we term today the "Nationls WinterPlayground" ClassifyBy were carried. Some starters now Bank at "
J3berhardt, former publisher of
Durant Okla., bore I-
the
a Tallahassee ThomasC. and from a skepticalfew ..W work by simply turning the ignitian following

Hammond newspaper; has grown into an annual tourist RUSSELL KAY key in the lock, but very little bet- typewritten notation on it: "The .:-- ...
Tampa realtor J. Tom -
,
; last of '
Watson, representative from Hills- business valued in round figuresat Secretary, Florida Press Association terment is seen in the "innards"i. wine women a $100,000 and song.-Pathfinders

boro county; T. S. Hart, Jackson- 200000000. -- ,. ( eengines). Radiators are I

ville business man; E. C. Browardof Florida and recreation are synonymous I don't know whether Florida streamlined chokers are eliminatedand l\Ionticello-Local

Miami. Arthur Gomez of Key in the minds of the peopleof cows are contented or not but if there is a two-speed axle. telephone exchange -

the United States and Canada in The rumored Ford is remodeling building at cor-
West. senator from this district, the :yain't they sure ought to be. V-type eight of

Charles M. ,Durrance, Jacksonville fact so well grounded has this association This state may be more or less bru- missing (no pun intended) but ner Dogwood and Cherry streets.

attorney, and Montgomery Potterof become that many look upon tal with her tax-payer but nobodycan Chevrolet has free wheeling. Pon- Lake City-Seaboard Oil Co) re-

Ja'spqr' complete, the list (to Florida as being only concerned say she ain't, kind to her cattle.I tiac has six and V-eight models. ceived permit to construct additionto

date with the business of providing recreation Buick boasts "wizard control" af- filling station on East Duval St. t
) seeking the Democratic nomi- don't know, any other state .
nation. and pleasure ,for its winter that's built nice concrete sidewalks fecting automatic clutch. new silent- Eustis-Fountain Inn formally

William J. Howey of Howeyir.theHills. visitors.In with tendergrass planted on both! second syncro-mesh transmissionand opened for season.

the early days of Florida's relational new type free wheeling. Syncro-
who waged an active campaignin sides where cows can ankle and I
and tourist activity the silent shifting is also featured
by
1928 for governor and Edward nibble. And if you don't think l\Irs.1 KOTICK "jJ.PI'LICATIOV: FOR TAX
visitor traveled boat- Hupmobile. Studebaker is lower ,-"
mostly by
Cow DEED
Parradee of
St. Cloud are seeking has the light-of-way, you justDON'T
then came the development of its with all steel bodies. Packard introduces -
nomination of the Republican party KNOW.,
rail transportation system which isthe a light eight and Graham NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. That
for governor. We require Ruth R Beardsley, holder of Tax Cer-
motorists
our to blow
finest enjoyed by any state todayin i eights are on a "banjo" chassis tificates No. 281 282, 283, 285 and
Seven for Congrcssman-nt-Large; turn railway building has been their HORNS, but nobody ever!; with outboard spring suspension. 285 1-2. 2nd day of Sept., :1029) has filed -
Increase in population of Florida. though of askin' said certificates in
a cow to Blow : my office and
supplemented by the hardsurfaced "Floating power" is still Chryslerand made
application for
tax deed to issue
as shown by the latest federal census hers. You and [
me Have to
highway to accommodate the auto- switch De Soto (latter now a tiny six) thereon in accordance with law. Said
gives the state an1 additional on our tail lights when darkness: certificates embrace the following-
mobile.
,selling argument while Auburn con
in the national law- overtakes j scrbeu property situate in Hendry
congressman Florida meets the demand of ev- us, but Mrs. Cow don't'I''.: tinues to make 'em big and rakish. County Florida to-wit:

making body, which will be electedby ery phase of a recreational center.It even have to switch her tail. Superchargers are installed on the Block 208. Lot 24, Block 159, Lot I
the state at large. Already seven 1, Block 162 Lot 12. Block 176,
must be remembered that what And if you're just an ORDINARYtax Franklin. Pierce-Arrow reveals Lots 22. and 3C, all in the City of I
candidates have thrown their hats
roves to be recreational for one person payer you better be darn care- chrome-plated duo-tone horns in Clewiston.The .
into the ring for this office. Theyare assessment of said
or strata of our society does ful not to get on the SHOULDERS front of V-type radiators. Shock-ab-, der the said certificates issued property un-in

,: John T. Alsop. Jr., present 'lot suit another. Florida serves but the cows can play leapfrog all sorber action to suit road conditionis name of H. F. Bycroft Jr Theodore was I

mayor of Jacksonville; Senator W, those who seek rest and quietIt over 'em and get away with it. under control of Hudson and Es- Gottlieb Unless, and Win. H. Kuhlman. S. I
D. Bell of Arcadia; Lester W. Jennings said certificates shall be redeemed I
serves those who find agriculture We hear a lot about highway sex drivers. Plymouth offers free nccording to law, tax deed will .

former south Florida attor- commerce and industry a source, of beautification, but that must be justa wheeling and steel bodies. Uphols- issue ,thereon 1932. on the first day of Feb-
ruary
Frank Clark. prominent Mia-
ney mian; Asher Frank of Tallahassee recreation. To all of these varied STOCK phrase anyhow there are tery and color of the WillysOverland Dated this 31st day of December, I
; ; .
tastes Florida offers ample satisfac- cater to 1931.
more SCRUBS than SHRUBS on mostof women. The only
Joe Sears of KiSBimmee. former '
con- our roads and our Highway plant- brand new car is the Rockne six (SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL
and Ossie Johnson of tion.The
gressman; CJeik of Circuit Court
coast and inland resort cities line with its
automatic
Jacksonville. ings seem to be more BULL than starting. Hendry County, Florida..

provide every known amuesment, anything else, as far as I can see. --. -- -,---- -
Fletcher Un-Opposed fishing swimming racing golf and But we really ought to capitalizethis --- --
For the office of United States
other sports. These may be found to unique Florida attraction. Why I Iif
senator, has announced
none against
meet the pleasure of the most criti- not erect an arch over our main ar-
Senator Duncan U. Fletcher who
cal person.-from the gay life of the teries bearing this slogan, "Enjoy
seeks to return to that Neither
post.
beach and night club to the restful Florida ZEPHYRS while dodging
has been madeIn
announcement
any and quiet atmosphere of everyday HEIFERS."
opposition to Congrasman Ruth
home life. To try to enumerate the And if the legislature is really
Bryan Owen for the fourth district
number of varieties of sports and !sincere' in: Its desire to cut expenses, 0rFAR7F
member of the House of Representatives. -
amusements offered by the combined why not combine the state highwayand

communities of the state during the livestock boards and turn the

Congressmen have OppositionIn winter season would be a gigantic whole darn PLAYHOUSE over tc

the first, second and third districts task-but they are here. It is but a Dr. Knapp. then he could go on ;

however the present incum- question of following your own fan- ahead and DIP the COWS while his

bents have announced opposition. In : cy and desire- assistant was MILKIN' THE MO The StaieFair" A '

the first district. which includes : Because Florida lies between lati- TORIST. '

Hendry county. the present congress tudes thirty-one and twenty-four degrees WORLD'S

man. Herbert J. Drane of Lakeland
north the northern edge of Last week we had a Strawberry

has announced for re-election and the state is in the temperate zone, Festival at Bowling Green and this GREATnSIlis.4 + ;11 F 1\

is being opposed by George O. Lea. while Key West is wholly tropical. week it's the Orange Festival at

former newspaper writer of Braden- Within this distance of some six Winter Haven. We 'also have Bean

ton. Hardin Peterson Lakeland, and hundred miles ranges the subtropical Festivals. Satsuma Festivals. Water-

Dr. S. L. Lowry of Tampa. In the zone, lending variety to the flora melon Festivals and if you ask me.

second district R. A. Green of StarkeIs and funa possessed by no other state with 15 Hopefuls runin' for Governor -

opposed by J., Maxcy ,Dell of in the Union. ;
I we're about to stage the great- A 4tF C-RA
Gainesville. And in the third district
-I Florida offers the visitor two est Rasberry Festival the world /6

....... Robert Mathis of Panama City thousand miles of ocean' and gulf has ever known with freaks clowns. FESTIVAL

seeks to fill the post now occupiedby coast with unsurpassed bathing and strong men. BALLOT dancers, TOM- dd I I'S
J. Tom Yon who also seeks EDUCATIONAL
reelectio driving beaches, golf courses and a TOMS and planty of BALLYHOO. ; .

.. wide diversity: of sports, including Winter Haven's Orange Festivalis

Railroad Commissioner deep sea fishing. Interior Florida a KNOCKOUT and a wonderful

For the vacancy to occur on the with its beautiful crystal: lakes and advertisement for Florida citrus, butI

Florida railroad commission caused streams rolling hills and ever chang can't understand why Jack Guthrie

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Mr. and Mrs. Jack Van Landing

I ham. of Jacksonville Miss., wer f

: Personal Mention i recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. R. unbap tboolJLeSgOn

.!; -'I:i t( Maxwell. .-- I BLUE and WHITE cBAeN l ( { "I


t Murray Swindle
Frank Hancock was a week end
A. Rumbley. J. V.
.. ;;
i!. visitor in West Palm Beach. Altman. Alonzo 'Ray, I FOR JANUARY 31. 1932

'j. .....'..> Heald moved this ENGLISH DRIVE SCHOOL PERSONALS SUBJECT: Jesus Feeds the Multi-

::,. Miss Kathryn Cooper spent a fev Mayaca where they will '

:l'-L: :;. ,' days last week in West Palm Beach ed on the U. S. English" drive Is one of: Mary Louise Oglesby was tude.GOLDEN TEXT: "Jesus said unto -
: essential things needed ii from school Monday on absent'l
: --- I them. I am the bread of life; he
ktiil for its improvement. W< illness.
/ ; : Mr. and MrsW- B- Watson mo Miss Lattie Overall that cometh to me shall never hung -

', :p, :':' tored to Miami Friday. Jewell Lowe are leaving in our classrooms, Marvin Altman has ,,-r; and he that believeth on me
: taught its correct use. but Canal Point.
'"'. .;.:. Winter Haven where ,I shall never thirst."
." friends for few day of us forget the rules anc Emma Laura Bethea was among
;: : : a
f : W. W. Oliver, of Orlando. was a LESSON TEXT: John G: 1-71.
.:1.' when we leave the class those absent from school
to attend the Monday.
plan
:{? ...L. Sunday visitor in Clewiston. PRACTICAL TRUTH: "Since
I festival in of the most incorrect Mary Bush has not been able to
: fF : progress Jesus is the bread of Life none need
f --- sad to relate. is spoken bj come to school all week on accountof "
:: ,. Miss Evelyn Hare was a Saturday Among the out of have only recently beer an infected leg. be in want spiritually.

.:w: :. =r. visitor iL Tampa. I at the Tuesday night in the proper use oi; Evelyn Hare motored to Tampa I TIME AND PLACE: April A. D.
29: Northeast shore of the Sea of
'ay. ( < Clewiston Inn. learn that the proper fu- Saturday with her father, Mr. R. M.
Galilee. After the time of the last
.:?:r t7/ Miss Jamye Williams and Dr. J. Margaret'}? Catholic is: "I shall-you will.- Hare.
.: lesson Jesus called the twelve Apos-
::-K':1': W- Ezelle attended the theatre ID Mrs. J. M. Elliott, of but when we step from the Bobby Hare was among the Clew-
tles, preached the sermon on the
': ::1 Pahokee Sunday night. Dr. Buck, of Belle we drop into the old hab iston folk attending the theatre in
: : mount and performed various mir-
:' :;;-A,.;.:, Wolfe, of ..Belle'Glade., ':I will" to designate Pahokee Sunday night. acles.
' mey of Canal Point. and future. Other forms Moore Haven and Clewiston'
{ ': ;t Mr and Mrs. G. Wallace and I play- Today's Lesson begins with these
Small. 0(, LaBelle. to all of us on a mom ed a double header basketball
Bill in West
};e : :. son. spent Tuesday game words. "After these things Jesus
slip into our dally here Friday night-
. r,; Palm Beach. Mrs. I. M. Pafford. I went over the Sea of Galilee, whichis
". ',' .; are just as elementary Mildred Brantley has been absent
,: ;\;< --- Tuesday evening at her the Sea of Tiberias."
'.:." .": Mrs. RM. Hare Evelyn and Rob I Scult Apartments with a given. from schol several days this weekon "After these things" refers to

".>'.:;,:.. ert Hare motored to West Palm ty. The guests included people might think that a account of illness. the attendance of Jesus at a feastat
: .. drive is not Mary Louise Oglesby, Mae Lily
necessary
: Beach Tuesday. Mrs. Fred Haggan. Mr. II Jerusalem. There were Feastsof
since English is one of Stone and Roy Green were the only
H: Earl, Mr. and Mrs. Tabernacles in October; of Dedication -

Carl Diddle of Huntington, W- Mr. and Mrs. W. F. subjects. but- we some- pupils exempted in all subjects in in December; of Purim, in
'.. about it. A Good Eng the ninth and tenth grades.
March of the Passover. in April and
Va., transacted business in Clew- and Mrs. John ;
is needed to get us into Merrill Lowe and George Hooks
of Pentecost in Each of these
May.
iston recently. and Mrs. I. MPafford. ,
> attended the show in Belle Glade
of speaking and writing
.' Mrs. HC- Jones held feasts is advocated by some as the
., i and to us to Sunday night.
encourage
.
referred to. Herod Antipas. one
-is '.. M- W. Dustin, of Fairbanks; Fla., I Mrs. F. R- Maxwell out of the rut of care Harry Kennedy from Lakelandhas I of one the rulers of Judea built the city
was a Monday business visitor in recently enrolled in the Clewis-
with a dinner party at onto the plane expected of :Tiberias on the western shore of
Clewiston. in the Hooker minded school pupils. Our ton school. He is registered in the I Lake Galilee and dedicated the cityto

'r. .-- afternoon. The guests in speech are noticed seventh grade. Tiberias. the Emperor of Rome;
<;,.y : Mrs. Katheryn Mindler, of Tampa 'Mrs- Gerald Penney, people, whether or not we Evelyn Hare was absent from and the name became attached to

,a. I '," ,. is spending a few days in Clewis- Virgil 'Van Landingham them. They mark us as classes Tuesday. the lake Learby. It was also called

;' :', ton on business. "" Guy and Harry of if we do not correct them Janice Wynn is absent from Lake Gennesarett and in the Old

.. :'..;' and Mrs. Jack Van hand it is a mark of classes due to illness. Testament. Sea of Cinnereth.

:-. ;'I.--: Miss Edna Small. of LaBelle. is Jackson ,Miss., and Mr. edu ation'to speak and j "And a great multitude followed

' ....'..; .:!, spending several, days in Clewistor.: F. 'R. Maxwell. : English, and to use the MOORE HAVEN WINS OVER him, and Jesus went up into, a moun-

..u\ ;; visiting Mr. and Mrs. G- Small. constructions at CLEWISTON 14-4 FRIDAY 1 tain and there he sat with his dis.
Miss Armeda R. These little things should i tIn
.t:, r- ciples. And the Passover a feast of
: tained several of her )
', ,.,:.:.-, Prof and Mrs. M. G. Langford in mind. } a rough and tumble basketball the Jews was nigh." The great
-: Thursday afternoon at .
'-:--:>' and Miss Jewell Lowe spent Satur- set aside a week or even a game here last Friday the outfit number were on their way to the
.. "" celebrating her
'
<: ,day in West Palm Beach. party the purpose of improving from Moore Haven took the Clew- Passover feast at Jerusalem. "When1

... > ..\.. --- day.., Guests were It is almost, certain that iston boys to count by a 14-4 s ore. Jesus saw a great company come

,; ".', Tommy Jones and Eugene Blair Hare. Roberta Spicer, progress would be made The game was featured by the num- unto him. he saith unto Philip
O'Neill Hazel
Bernice
,
spent Sunday in Moore Haven as' -progress that would ber of foul shots attempted. Clew- whence shall we buy bread that

,. guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W Adkins. Runell McGehee. to us as individuals iston haveing opportunity for 10 these: may eat?
sisting of sandwiches. to our school. free shots while Moore Haven had Philip answered him. Two hundred -
hot chocolate were
and
: Mr. and Mrs. Glenn H. Williamsof 14. pennyworth of bread is.not.
the guests.
Moore Haven spent a few hours PROGRESSING At the end of the first half Clew- sufficient for them, that everyone

in Clewirtton Tuesday.: Among the guests iston[ had a margin of one point over 3f them may take a little." Luke 6:

the Clewiston Inn this second and third grades Moore Haven but in the second 12, says "When the day began to

.: Maldou S. WrigM: has been addedto Mr. and Mrs. Arthur contest is still on. The half Moore Haven carried their ,wear away' "Two hundred Penny-

the force of tie! Glades Autos West Palm Beach; C. A. won in a spelling score upwards and Clewiston was worth. or about $32.00, a penny -

S' Sales company as salesman. of Lakeland; Fred week over the "Never not able to get its team into action. being the price of a day's work.

B. Miller C. B. Buckland score between these two In the last half three players were 'Andrew saith unto him. Theres

I ;_ Mrs. W. M. Redelsheimer and son. of South Windsor rivals now star.ds 3-2 in retired from the floor: Bill Hooks. a lad here which hath five barley

Billy. have returned to Clewiston af- S. Cowart. J. E. spend."E the "Good Spellers:" John Daughtrey and J. S. Adkins. loaves and two small fishes: but

ter a two weeks visit in Miami. I Greynolds, of Palm ; Deam made 100 in arith- Moore Haven finished the game what are they among so many?"

", J 'Kilgore. J. F. Thornton book in the sixth grade with only four men on the floor. The barley loaves were round

Mrs. W S. Cowart and daughter, ton. N. C.; J. J- Dallas, Bethea made 90 for akes about one inch thick- It was
:-;' of Sanford. spent the week end in of Tampa; W- P. Stuart Everglades 11 miles of road on he; bread of the poorer people.

:.' -.,. Clewiston visiting Mr. Cowart. i ton; Ed P. Malmberg Dross Slate Highway between Twen- 'Jesus said. Make the men sit down
f Six Mile Bend. about five thousand And
A. E. Wynne of ; ty. Mile Bend and
,. Constable Ed Butler aLd Skeeter McCants of Tampa; C. GIRLS WIN FROM leading into this place. being recon- Jesus took the loaves; and when he

: .' ., Barwick attended the fights in West Tampa; E. S- Moore of HAVEN 19-17 FRIDAY litioned I lad given thanks. he distributed to

.. Palm Beach Tuesday. W. E Hill of Lakeland; Hollywood-Hollywood Beach ho- he disciples, and the disciples to

; of Lakeland; W. H. girls won a very tel: opened for winter season. (Continued on Page 4)

<';':' .' Mrs. J. F. Tippey, Mrs. Fred Tampa, L. W. Folson over Moore Haven here .

:' .: Moltz and Miss Fiances Tippey were K. Watson of Tampa, by a score of 18-17. :+.:.: + ..x.ee:.: x.-< :o :+ X XK-X.X>"- X ;- -

:. : :y visitors to West Palm Beach Mon- Ml
Lewin of Tampa. first half the score was

:: :-i.:: ; day. 11, Clewiston 5. Local I:
.
:: TOURSTS WORTH TO were beginning to be i' I CASTLE

:'<:.,'. B F. and E. D. Williams of DISCUSSED BY, over the outcome since WHITE X

.. Huntington. W. Vawere among I Oglesby each had two .

..'. : .,'" ':'.:-. ,the recent out of town business visitors DeLand. Jan. 27.- charged to them per-I X ,SAFE I :}

; .' here. son states that the one. On Moore Hav
: .. .; to Florida :six !
worth
RESTAURANT
., I and Atkins each had I (FORMERLY WHITE'S )
:. : .. Mr. and IMr E. R. Fontaine and the citrus crop fouls marked against CITY HALL tIs1

.. '. ., Harry Peters Jr., were week end and cents. For that OPPOSITE

; ;< visitors in Tampa. Bobby Fontaine the citrus industry will '
-" .. last half Stone made an-
..; ,,f" returned to Clewiston. with them. ed to its fulness thereof for Clewiston. Sum- ?y( I I'' y'
-- exhibit at 'the Chicago Dinner
60c
another for Moore Haven Regular Week Day I Special Sunday
;fI
'', Harry B. Miller, of New York. is Fair, as great an f
&'j\\ '..-:' spending a few days in Clewiston made of Florida's made one. Wynn shot I Menu Sunday Jan. 31 :(
goals and Bethea made Luncheons 30 Cents .1..
---- visiting Major and Mrs. C. C- Wilson recreation and f I 12:30 to8 P. M. .1..
.__x-..*.*';' Florida's products must one free. For Moore Haven .t.,. .1...
Cocktail ;
shot one field goal and ." Shrimp
tained and extended; its
made three leaving the :; IIn.. Carte .Service Day Cream of Celery Soup t
W- M. Van Ellen has accepted a sources brought to the
18-17 for Clewiston. :+ Olives and Mixed Pickles ::;
.' position with the United States Sugar capitalists to the end '
: and Evening Creamed Oyster Croquettes 'I.:
55 and at present is t
} corporation dustries are
BOOSTERS CLUB Roast Spring Chicken with .;
<. residing at the Clewiston Inn. could easily absorb a ..-- I Giblet Sauce ,
': additional tourists in Steaks--chops-SeaFood
fJ : of E-
Candied Yam
clubs and activities en- I
. .J ;": .:".'. Miss Mrytle Schiller of Avon other millions in : !
';..!. ,,:': ; Park spent the week end in Clew- The building up of by members of the student Prepared by Experienced Creamed: Pens-Mashed Potatoes

: ; \:': '' iston visiting her sister, Miss Clara that spell prosperity is the Clewiston school The ::1. Apple Pie with Cheese f
: 'Ir.: club stands out as one or- .:} White Chef tea Coffee
or
at
\J
': : Schi'ier. ahead of Floridians
'
<. : ;,:
.. .! ; for the purpose of boosting tf
: :,': One admits that i I
school and serv-
of the
'
.1 \.1; };',", .J' Miss Jeannette Morgan, Miss, are bad but not any of raising f
:. ,. Jamye Williams Miss Beatrice Kettl. vious "panics" and purpose "" .iI'
': in West carry on athletics here. The ..0 00. 0 I- 0 C a..: 00.c'.o. '+ ;. 'V-) ,<":- \.>Oo t t t c.
: :; Saturday afternoon from which the United
,: ;fiJspent of the club is limited to
... :.-\'r: ;,:'; Beach. ed with greater of the ninth and tenth ::NNNMN. :NNN. :NMNN. :NNNNNN. . :..:..:..:.,:..:,.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:::..:..:..:..:..:..:w:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:NNMNN/.. .
:i1t.': When the world's
A Y
S 5. '; :' ;;:' Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Redelbhoimer in Chicago in 1893 .

'::V-'. l'. and Miss Kathryn Deam aLd Herbert of the United States club was organized Barber ;
Civic Center
,:;t-'l'. Blate spent Sunday afternoon -the Lational wealth $ of the basketball Shop :

> West Palm Beach the the following officers
:5.i in 000. Today
:.,,., I 000.000 and the serving: president Bobby :: Opposite City Hall :::

I -" ,Mr. and Mrs R. L Saxon and, $360,000,000.000- ; president. Richard Bes- Y Y

" */ *.family, of Moore Haven spent Sunday has increased twice and Mary Louise Ogles- Y

4... in Clewiston as guests of Mr. five times. Betty Spicer; devo- I. .Y.

,,';..; .:..; and Mrs. L. LLowe and family. The depression of Van Bush; parliamen- :: All Haircuts 5 25c ::
: Avant chairman of
;
-- months; of 1893, 25 ; Y
: t. G. B. Clinch, of Tampa, and W. 1903, 25 months .and committee Merril Lowe; Y
': ;. Stuart, of Bradenton, lepresentatlves -' have been of social committee. Mer- Shaves 15c Y
.. :: : p. there ,_. ::
-r:; .," :. .. _.. of the Gulf Refining company. 1907, 1914. 1921 and :: Y;

'J ::_ -: were recent business visitors in depression of 1930-31 initial meeting of the club i i3f
.- -, Clewiston. run its race. 6, the treasurer re _: All Tonics 15c ,. =::.:

When good times in the club funds. and
.
.
C V- Parkinson spent Tuesday must be in a receptive chairman presented sug

,. and Wednesday in Tampa. where he Its house in order to for raising money to fur- ::: I I .
.:: went to confer with members of the tage of it. It must keep activities of the club. These
.' I : PETE J. EHLING
state road department concerning public eye and mind, taken under advisement .f i Proprietor I!

.:! the road now being built between may be overlooked being used from time to .t: ..

here and Moore Haven. again have money' to (.:o.x->>:.:..;...>:... ......x.-OO'-:-:.:+X-X-X-X" ,,X-X-X<":W X


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DEPRESSION EFFECTS are forming. The moth that lays the Lure he advised adding one pound

SCHOOL SYSTEMS Gasoline Sales ARE NOT ALL BAD eggs which causes the worm prefers -i of lead arsenate to each 50 gallons
GOOD ONES LISTEDBy of bordeaux. Spraying should begin
Show DecreaseTallahassee .--- shade so a row of peas be- when the tomatoes begin to form
GET STATE FUNDS tween the double row of corn Is sug-
Spuds ,Johnson gested.If and continue until Just before they ,,,-
"Sweet are the uses of adversity"said are ready for market. !:
?
Fla. 'Jan. 25.-Gaso- someone who no doubt had It is not practical to have the I [

$000,411.92 IS DISTRIBUTED BY line consumption in Florida last just been through "the worst depressIon corn come into silk when the first I Washington. Jan- 2G.-A bill to

PUBLIC INSTRUCTION month was approximately 1000.000 in history." Everybodyseems tomatoes are forming. corn that is
establish a term of federal court
DEPARTMENT gallons under consumption for De- knee high will give protection.The .
to be talking about the depression some for the southern district of Floridaat
cember 1930. the Inspection bureauof moth will her in the
nowadays. but very few lay eggs
Fort Myers. Lee county was introduced -
Tallahassee. Fla.. Jan. 26.-The
the'state department of agriculture buds to produce what know as
outside of President Hoover seem we
Senator Fletcher
today by ,
state department of public iLstruc-
announced today. to be trying to do a great deal aboutit. the corn budworm. At this stage Democrat. Florida.
tion today announced the distribu- There were 20,345,431 gallons of the worm in the corn should be 1
tion of 606411.92 in state funds to
the schools of Florida gasoline usqd ijn the state last However, the depression has its poisoned, and a dust made by mix- ... *...... .................. : *...*..* *..* .*..*..:: 1
county systems useda Ing pound of lead arsenate to < .M-.*. .*jHjHj . .**5Mj*.**. *** *.** *.w.* I
month and 21.212.849 gallons uses and is not all bad. even thoughit 10 pounds one of lime is recommended.When *i**.*.*:**:**:**:*:**j**:**:**ji**:**ilit**:N:N N.N'N. ...:..:..:- !
year ago last month- The report
Sales of automobile license tags has hit some of us pretty hard.
also showed that 2,052.043 gallonsof the corn begins to silk It
For instance there is a growing in-
brought in $553.377.08; the 1-mill C. E. STEBEL '
constitutional ad valorem tax. $39.- kerosene and 662 gallons of sig- terest in economy in public and private should be dusted every three days
nal oil were used last month. providing wants to get roastingears
120.49 and interest on state de affairs accompanied by increased one Dealer in I
posits. 1351435. However. 109,643.5 gallons of attention to the elimination of free of worms. The removal of

The distribution followed shortly gasolene and 95 gallons kerosene waste and extravagance. Taxes the, ears from the field will destroy General Electric Refrigerators

after Governor Carlton's recent' sold to government agencies tax have been growing on us so gradu- many worms that"might emerge' and Electrochef StovesRadios
free were not included in last attack the tomatoes later.
refusal to call a special session of ally and steadily that perhaps we

the state legislature to provide the month's figures. could and would never have had This trap crop will greatly diminish and Supplies

schools with additional money. serious attention given to reducing I I the worm-damage to the toma- Radio Repairing

them unless the depression had toes but may not entirely controlIt.

FEBRUARY IS TIME come along. t Mr. Watson said. Since' the tomatoes Pahokee Florida
unbt { fjool
FOR PLANTING MANYFLOWERING p Farmers and growers of Florida are usually sprayed for -):N N:N:N N:N:N:N N:N:N N:N N:N N N:NIN:N N M N:N:-

PLANTS have been compelled to find waysof fungus diseases with bordeaux mix- 1:N:N:N:N:N:N:N'N. .N:N'N. .M'N'N. :H.N'N'N. .N:N'N. :N.N.N...:1
l.essolt reducing costs of production. No

Gainesville. Fla.-February: is a doubt some permanent good has I

month when very; little planting is come from that. for it will enableus j
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done in northern States. but is an to obtain more economical pro-
down and likewise
them that wereset ;
ideal time to put out many flower- duction when "good times" return.
of the fishes as much as they
Ing shrubs in Florida, states Major I would.'" Another interesting sidelight on t

W. L. Floyd, assistant dean of the the depression is furnished by one BUILDERS
is
Only the men were counted. It !
college of agriculture. University of said the women and children were of the greatest libraries in the country -
Florida. which reports that since the ad-
placed in another group. The peopleate
Our nearlY'dor vent of the current its cli
plants are more depression
"as much as they would. The ,
mant at this time transpiration is circulation of books has increasedover
bread and fishes increased as Jesus WANTED
less, and the injured roots heal and distributed them to the discipleswho 30 percent. And the increasein .
new ones form so as to be ready for solid reading other than fiction.
handed it to the people. "When
the growing season! which comes a has been more than the average.
they were filled. he said unto his disciples -
little later he added. The Pennsylvania Farmer says that
gather up the fragments that
Flowering shrubs well suited to "All this means that more of our
remain, that nothing be lost. There-
soil and climate of Florida and serious
people are doing reading and
fore they gathered and filled twelve I
which be planted in February which will be for
may studying good
I baskets with the fragments. It was I
include abelia. buddleia, callistemou. them and for the'country.."
important to save the food and
camellia. cestrum hibiscus, hydrangea : also our time health. intellect, and One of the great needs now, as Substantial inducements are

jasmine: oleander spirea every blessing we have. Upon Jesus for the last few years is to have an

and viburnum. Roses belong to this feeding the .five thousand the peo- i equilization of conditions as_ be- offered to relieve the acute

group too. Professor Floyd said. ple desired to make him king of the tween agriculture and other businesses -

Many herbaceous perennials maybe Jews but Jesus sent the disciples When the farmer's dollar

planted during this period. across to the west shore of the sea, buys as much in proportion as the housing shortage

Among them are aspidistra. canna, walking on the water; and found business man's dollar, then the now pre- ,

crinum, gladiolus. lilies and tuberoses farmer will be more satisfied.
the disciples in the boat, struggling
These are grown from bulbs or in Clewiston
against the storm. He went into vailing
rootstocks. division of old
by
or
PLANT CORN ABOUT
the boat. and immediately they were
clumps, and should be planted in I
at the land. On the following day the TRAP FRUIT WORMS

well prepared carefully enrichedsoil people gathered around him and discussed ,,
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which is well drained but of -' .
the miracle on the previousday. .
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good water holding capacity. Gainesville. Fla.-A double row :
Jesus said. "My father giveth : < .
There is always much interest in of corn planted around the edge of '
the true bread from heaven. For ;' '
you .Y
annual flowering plants as these can tomato fields and an occasional >, : ; ;. ;;
the bread of God is he winch cometh ,
be started so easily and bloom so double row through the field will THE :
down from heaven. and iveth life
quickly. Many of these are planted serve as a trap crop for the tomato -: I
unto the world.
earlier but succession plantings con- fruit worms says J. R. Watson, Ir
Then said they unto him. Lord r
tinue into February. Plants whichare entomologist with the Florida experiment -
evermore give us this bread."' CLEWISTON COMPANY
II I tiC
easily Injured by cold are not station. cff
After a discourse by Jesus and
planted until after the middle of The
same worm that bores into
much murmering by the Jews Jesus I Ii
the month when all danger from the PHONE 102
said: "I am the bread of life. Your tomatoes is also known as the I
frost, except in unusual cases. is corn earworm and will thus leave
fathers did in the wilderness
eat
manna ADMINISTRATION BUILDING CLEWISTON
past. Those which may be planted and are dead. This is the the tomatoes for the cornMr.. FLORIDA

right away are ageratum. aster calliopsis bread which cometh down from heaven Watson advises planting the corn i I

cosmos, marigold. nastur- thereof so that it would come into silk at
that a man may eat ,
tium, petunia. phlox. poppy, verbena. II and not die. I am the living bread about the time the first tomatoes
and zinnia.
|I which came down from heaven: if


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FLORIDA EMPLOYMENT I
I will give is my flesh. which I will tr ?

give for the life of the world." X
Jacksonville, Fla.. Jan. 26.-With !
The Jews ate manna In the wild- .. '
'exceptions industrial employment erness and died, they ate the loaves I

throughout showed Floriaa gradual during Improvement December and fishes on the mountain side and l Will You Do Your Bit

James A. Davis. state directorof afterward died ,but Jesus said "I I 1
am the living bread which came .. ,
employment said today. down from heaven: if any man eat + !
Increased sales forces
were reported -
of this bread. he'shall live forever: ?
both wholesale and retail
by and the bread that I will give is ?

merchants while several large auto- my flesh. which I will give for the :: When Solicited for

mobile assembly plants were reop- life of the world." .i : ,'- ,' ,'" ,_. ::

ened and many former employeswere By these statements .Jesus refer- ::: ..: ': ,<.:; h'. \::."-':>'.';'d" ,: ...'\ .'.\. ', '" .;.
called to work. .: ..
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red to his death on the cross his 1=.

Full forces were employed by cit- sacrifice for the sins of the people ? "., .. ,,-- ,. :
rus and canning plants. Phosphate : ," ;: ; "
who would accept him- CLEWISTONCOMMUNITY "i :,' : :: .2/.2a
mines and fertilizer factories boost- -. ..
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operated normally. FORBIDDEN BY BILL : ::

Agricultural activities made de- *

cided improvement and water and Washington, Jan- 26.-An amend- .

rail shipments showed increases. ment forbidding federal highway .-. .2.
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funds to states which employ con- '

First Carriage Spring. victs adopted on their by federal-aid the house highwayswas today. CHEST for The Chest' isClewiston's ::

Steel spring for carriages were Introduced .
F. H. LaGuargia. Republican -
Congressman
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New York, author of the
. ring wag invented :In 1804 by Oba-
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proposal. said that Alabama Flor- *
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.,, CHEST DRIVE GETS I Ladies Aid To Hold When WILL workers YOU ANSWER for the Clewis- CLEWISTON YOUNGEST CITY TO BE I


f h Oyster Supper HereThe ton Community Chest call on you

: ,: > HEARTY RESPONSE this week in the name of .humanity I GRANTED KIWANIS CLUB CHARTEREVERGLADES

will you answer their call?
Ladies Aid Society of the
: Clewiston Community church are Is it not better to contribute KELLY NAMED PRESIDENT AT
ON OPENING DAYS GARDEN CLUB
:, announcing the first benefit affairto heavily to the organized charity ORGANIZATION MEETING
,
formed to carry on work from TO MEET WITH MRS. WORTH
.'. -' be given by the society in three TUESDAY NOON
: year to year, than to be called on
.: :.>. CITY DIVIDED INTO ZONES FOR years. when they will hold a bene-
in every emergecny during the Clewiston will be the scene of the Another honor was added to Clew-
.. WORKERS AIDING IN fit oyster and pie supper at the
:I' jeatf, though unorganized charities regular meeting of the Upper Ever- iston this week when Kiwanis International -
;..-::: CAMPAIGN school building 'Saturday. February
? granted a charter to a
.::: 6th.The The Clewiston Community Chestis glades Garden club Friday afternoon group of local citizens to functionas
: With the organization perfected supper will be in charge of when members
the
:; \ founded along enduring lines. : of club from a Branch of the international or-
> workers for Clewiston Community Mrs. F. M Wright, Mrs M. P-
"" ,":; Belle Glade, Clewiston and Paho-
Each case to be handled will be ganization. Clewiston now occupiesthe
.".::" Chest started out this week in earn- Boggs, Mrs William Edmonson and
:' ". .. first thoroughly investigated and I kee will meet at the home of Mrs. honor of being the youngest in-
Patterson.The
est soliciting subscriptions for Clew- Mrs. R. Y. .
permanent records of each case corporated city in theUnited Statesto
3-. : iston's only charity. The purposes of committee plans to hold the W. C. Worth. .
made. This will eliminate dupli- I have a Kiwanis club.
.: : the chest is' to care' for all worthy;j oyster supper at the school buildingfor The practice of the Upper Everglades -
... ', cation of aid. when aid is not Garden club is to hold alternate The club was officially formed
; charity cases that are presented to: the purpose of raising funds to -
needed. and will provide adequate I Tuesday at a luncheon at the Clew-
I I meetings in the three cities
: it. carryon the work of the society and '
"t I protection to both the Chest and composing in the club. iston Inn.
membership
: : say they are expecting hearty support
Representatives of all Organiza- those who will call upon it for At a recent state meeting held in

:. .:' .':<. tions met late last week to formu I from friends of the church assistance. I,I Winter Park last week Clewiston'sname

,:. '. .' .-.: late plans for the drive beiLg conducted -! There is no argument against I FAST CARD LISTED was mentioned as a proper location -

this week. Mrs. W. P. Vaughn None I for
_" : a community chest. has been I a Kiwanis club. The state
'
: 'J:" Sr. was appointed by the St. :Margar- CONTRACT BRIDGETOURNAMENT advanced and none Is expected. officers immediately set out to locate -

', ','... et's Guild to represent that organization The urge Is made because of the 1 FOR WEDNESDAYAT a charter here. E- P. Malmberg.field .
:
on the permanent committee. GETS shortness of time alloted to collection representative the interna-

At a meeting of the ,committee on of funds for the entire I tional organization was dispatchedto

solicitation, the city of Clewistonwas 3'ear's work. LEGION ARENABARWICK Clewiston from Alabama to con-

... divided into zones for the purpose UNDER WAY HERE .When the call is made, will fer with local citizens interested In

of apportioning sections of the you answer? r-- organizing the club.

_: city to community chest workers' KIRBY, AND HELVEN- Mr. Malmberg attended a luncheonat

,: .,:j {' and workers were designated to THIRD ANNUAL EVENT BEGINS I STON SLATED FOR HARD the Clewiston Inn Tuesday and
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:I ',- each section. E. L. Stewart was ap- FOR SERIES OF TWELVE Fight Brings DeathTo CONTESTANTSThirtytwo outlined ,the plans and policies of

pointed to conduct a canvass of the BRIDGE SESSIONS his organization to the 25 citizens

business houses in the city; Mrs.\ Harlem NegroHenry rounds of boxing will present. and brought with him authority -

-i Clewiston's third annual bridge be staged in the local arena next from the national organization -

tory extending I}tournament got under way here last Wednesday night. Ed Butler. who' to start the club functioning.At .

: west. south of Sugarland highway; night as seven tables of players Green,. 45. well known local is promoting the bouts under the the organization meeting EE..'

The American Legion was apportion- gathered at the Inn for the first of negro was stabbed to death at auspices of the American Legion Kelly, local automobile dealer was

ed the barracks. administration I 12 evenings of contract brIdge. an early hour ,this morning by Wil- said yesterday. I named president of the newly form-

: :. building school and all of Clewis-j Players entering in the tournament lie Reese, negro, iL' an altercationsaid Topping a fast card of fights. ed club with Dave Alston as vice-

ton east of Atlantic street south of|i are required to have playedin to have started when Green Skeeter Barwlck. local pugilist is president. Other officers of the club

-, Sugarland highway. The responsibilIty -,; not less than nine sessions before threatened Recce's wife at Harlem. matched against Joe Rodriguez of are Roy Green trustee A. W- Lawrence -

of soliciting from individuals. inj i they will be eligible for tournament The stabbing occurred 'about eight I Tampa in a ten round bout. Barwick secretary. A board of directors

.. the business district and all north., honors, J. E. Beardsley, in chargeof o'clock this morning in front of the holds one decision win over Rodriguez composed of Dr. J. W. Ezelle. Victor
j
of Sugarland highway was accepted j J Jr I the tournament said. Nor will Harlem commissary. Green 'died almost -I and was later knocked out Blate, W. C. Hooker. J. K. Mowry.F. .

by Mrs. J. A. McGehee. i players be allowed to play the same immediately. by the Tampa boy in Avon Park. Richman, Father F. J. Finne-

Shortly after the territorial designations partner for more than four sessions. Investigations into the death have Barwick promises a hardhittingbout gan and J. Beardsley were selected -
'
'r were, made workers began Other players are expected to join not been completed at the time the I here next week. I II from members.In .

", the tournament next week the News goes to press.PENALTY I his short informal talk. Mr.
,. the drive. The drive will be continued as Other fights scheduled for the

through this week and may be scoring system is so arranged that I evening are: Kid Kirby, 145, vs Malmberg :pointed out the fact that

extended into the early part of Lext. all will have opportunity. to com- Jimmy Bowie, 140; Joe Leavens!!, Kiwanis is essentially a service club,

Tags designating those who are in.pete for the prizes to be offered.A ADDED FOR 140. Wauchula vs Babe Waldron, organized for the purpose of build-

authority to collect for the fund are nominal entrance fee is charged 140. Sebring; Johnnie Mathis. 135. ing communities, and limits its

worn by all campaign workers.Up to cover cost of cards and ex- LATE LICENSE "TAGS Clewiston vs. Jimmy Dobb. 133. Ft. membership to two representativesfrom
of conducting the tourna- each classification representedIn
until noon yesterday the fol- penses : Myers; and in the lighter weights

lowing had made donations: meLt Felix Helvenston. 90 pounder of the city. It furthers a better un-

Play will be resumed next Thurs- 25 PER CENT PENALTY ADDED Clewiston meets Flattie Mathis, 90. derstanding between rural and town

-. W- M. RedelsheimerT day night at the Inn. FOR PRCHASES AFTER : of Moore Haven in four rounds. residents. Mr. Malmberg said, and
:_ B- Shelley I of its main is
functions
"' R. L. Coker JANUARY 31ST Promoter Butler also has sched- one voca-
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tional guidance for school children.
uled a negro batle. royal as enter-
RiveroM.
Luis HEALTH OFFICIALTO Florida motorists who have not Another phase of the work as out-
<<: I tainment during the evening of pug-
W- Bigg
'cr acquired auto license tags for '1932 lined by the international representative
ilistic activities-
.
M. E. Yenawine
: by Monday morning will be subjected is that of sponsoring any activity -

,: ,.. Miss Katherine Smith I CONDUCT CLINICDr. to a 25 per cent penalty for de- Barwick returned to Clewiston that is for the good of the
:.', Mrs. Frances Small in Tuesday night after winning a technical present
'' lay making application according community. Members at the
:. knockout Domingo Dor- I'
:. Miss Kathryn Deam over
: to the auto license tag law in ef- organization meeting Tuesday were: ,
J. J. HarringtonF lando in the second round of a
'>....- Hamblin. from the state fect. E. E. Kelly, H. W- Webb. R. A.
: :. Andre Paris scheduled 6 round bout in West
: -
'. board of health visited our school Sale of automobile tags has been Green. John K. Mowry. A. A- Mun-
: C. V. Rafn Palm Beach although losing to
''. ..: '. last week. While he was here arrangements unusually slow in all parts of the roe. M V. Blate, E. L. Stewart. W-
.
J. W Moran Smiley Williams here the previous
-:; were made whereby the state this year reports show, and,I I S. Harvel, J. A. McGehee, Prof.. M. G.
-: C. Worth Wednesday.
:' : ,, W. state would give to each and every Hendry county 'is no exception. It is Langford, A. W. Lawrence. Dr. J.

':;.,' ,:\" '.:, M. E. VonMack child the Schick test. This test de- expected that all license tag agencieswill W. Ezelle. Dr. S. J. Simmons,.'W. C.
: : ", Miss B. Kettl
: ,: ":' : termines whether or not a child will be worked to capacity tomorrowand I Hooker. C. L. Downs Dave Alston.
.:' :tc :? Emmet RACE WITH OFFICER
: : '. Shelley
take diphtheria. possibly Sunday as car owners Julius R. Alston. Father F. J. Finne-
.-. ; .
: > J A. Plunkett
'' .. ., : I We understand that there are rush to avoid the 25. per cent pen-I
; -: C. M. Allen ,
gan.Weekly
.'.,' L C. i i some cases of diphtheria at Moore : alty. ENDS NEAR HEREMOORE meetings of the club have

'. : .; :.<..:, Sturges Haven. If this ,is true then it wouldbe According to a statement made been arranged for Wednesday nightat
G. T. AugerM. I I .
'':' < P. Peterson I a splendid precautionary meas- this week by W. S. McLin. motor ve- seventhirty.Clearing
: HAVEN, Fla., Jan. 28-
:; I ure to protect the children of Clew- hicle commissioner at Tallahassee
:" '/' "[ W- D. Rains \,' -City Marshal Roy Atkins. after a
iston I from this dreaded disease. motorists will not be subjected to
Begins
ST -. A. P. Beery 13-mile chase, arrested Cecil John- on
: G. O- Wallace I Next week there will be permission arrest until March first. when rigid son. 21 and captured one hundred

.'-:' E. W. Diggs (I slips given to each child. These enforcement'' of the license law will .gallons of whiskey about Line Connecting HighwayWork
'. slips to be taken the childs begin. The commissioner quoted the
c '. ;:{: J. W. Moore {: are parents o'clock last Friday night. Johnson
:',.'-'})'::> C. Lovvorn I and they are to give their permission 1931 law which says in effect that was released Saturday morning on of clearing right of way for

,' '. A. W- Sias I : in writing if they want their tags will cost 25 per cent more after $100 cash bond which he forfeited the Clewiston-Moore Haven road
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: :}'/;>:!; Dr- J. W. Ezelle I child to be tested for diphtherIa' January 31st and that motorists when he failed to appear in city was started early this week by the

.;/ A. W. Lawrence I The slips also give the state doctor who fail to get a new tag will be court Monday morning to stand state road department. It is expected -

;, 4,r r'M.. P. Boggs. Jr. I the right to immunize any child subject to arrest "after the monthof that the grading will start in a

.4 that the show Is subject to February." trial.Marshal short time.
;;.s.: Mrs. Mary Stokes. I test may Atkins accompanied by:
itJ., ."' .' the disease. The child must return Part of the equipment to be used
Bill Young, were watching the corner
these signed slips to the teacher as on the road is already enroute to

-Jr' ; Seek New Highway I It no one will be examined without the Progress Chairman the at truck the appeared.Methodist "Having church when seen location' and actual construction of

written permission of the parent. r this link in the highway system is

To Lake Territory I While the doctor is here he said Finds Florida Sound"Florida times this truck I had pass grown through suspicious several and expected to start soon.A .
? .
: I that he would give to every child in ordered it to stop." the marshal delegation composed of Representative -

,. \ school the inoculation against ty- is decidedly sound-" Stewart, of Clewiston, and
truck
; ;;.':: ... 'Fort Lauderdale, Fla., Jan. 28- stated. The man driving the
", <.;",. City officials of the several communities phoid fever provided the child has That is the opinion of Gros- paid no attention to the commandand citizens of Glades county recently
< ;";' ': ; not had the treatment within the venor Dawe well known FloridIan turning around Adkins kept on! appealed to the road department for
in the
; county, representatives
: last two and oLe-half years. A sep- who is now one of the men driving. The marshal then got into immediate work on the road. The
; various
t'
: ; of the civic organizations
; arate permission slip must be sign- behind the guns in the Century of and started after the necessity for an adequate highwayto
'; : ; ;;{ will his own car
;'; :: : and others meet with county
\_, ed requesting that_thb child be giv- Progress acticlty looking towarda truck which was an "A" model Ford. Clewiston from this section was
commission
at lOa. m Friday to 01''S -
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shown to the department and
(* en the inoculation.All real Florida exhibit at the The truck was headed toward prom-
Piganize a group to represent Brow-
: : a' ':. 'ard county at a meeting of the state of this work will be done by World's Fair in Chicago next Clewiston and as soon as it had given ises of the immediate delegation.attention were

: the state doctor and there will be I crossed the bridge the driver stepped
'f.SL highway department February 10
;
I year.As Deeds for the right of have
% ;" in Lakeland when an appropriation I no charge of any kind. The state is Mr. Dawe sees it. the Flor- I ion the gas in a vain attempt to way
<; been
: already secured from ownersof
z4c_ ", ;, ::: will be asked for the construction I doing this for the school children ida display at the Fair should be shake off the pursuer. A very high property: through which the roadis

.;;.' ,:;:A of road 26 along the North New!i. at no cost to the parents. All you sponsored by all Floridians. as rate of speed was maintained and to be routed. The route will shorten -

," <"f-: :' River ,canal from Twenty Mile Bend! have to do is sign the slips request- "expression of their faith in Flor the shoots which Young fired at the the distance between Clewistonand

j1' >_ '.,'" to South Bay at Lake Okeechobee. I lug that your child receive the benefits ida." He announced that "organ- tires failed to hit their mark the points in the central portion of

:f __' :&. The road has been built by Brow-{ This work will be started probably ized methods of making it pos- marshal reported. When the cars
the state.
' : r ard county as far as Twenty Mile within the next month. sible for all to contribute are now approached the dairy just this side
'
.f Only one mile of the road is in
;.J Bend. The state road department I There are special arrangements taking shape along 25 different of Clewiston the truck slowed down ,
li Hendry county.
';'J "3"'; ", will fie asked to include in its bud- going to be made to take care of the lines." and he insisted that "faithin and pulled a little to one side. The

: : ...;.: get an appropriation for completion pre-school child.-(Contributed) Florida means 'Forward Flor officer told him to. stop which the TERRILL ARRIVES

:{ ... 4i:;::' of the road to the lake, a distance ida'," and he is confident that "a driver did.

; ,.;:;. :;:;..:... of 32 miles. Construction. of the LADIES AID NOTICE forward movement will benefitall The man giving his name as Cecil John 'F. Terrill. of New York City,
of in all lines." Johnson of Arcadia was brought assistantsecretary and assistant
I. : ':,,",':;" markets and harbor facilities of the The next regular meeting of the "One of the greatest troubles back to :Moore Haven and lodged in treasurer of the United States Sugar

, i<: 1: .": east coast the agricultural area of Ladies Aid Society of the Clewiston today is that we know too much." jail. Three of the twenty fivegallonjugs corporation, arrived in Clewistonlast

1J "/. <,: '" .. the Lake Okeechobee section those Community church will be held next Mr. Dawe said. "You know when of whiskey had been broken in week for an extended visit hereon

...: behind the movement for the appro Thursday February, 4th at the Gandhi's loin cloth gets misplaced the race. Johnson was released Sat- business for the sugar corpora-

priation said. home of Mrs. R. Y. Patterson. The .- we all worry about it. And urday morning on a $100 cash bond tion.Mr.

meeting hour has been set at 3 p. why should such a situation in to appear in city court Monday Terrill has made several pre-

Give norou.slr to the Clewiston m All members of the society as far off India cause people,to fret morning. He forfeited the bond. The vious visits here since the organization

Community Chest when the workers I well as friends of the church are invited down in South Florida-If you get whiskey was destroyed Tuesday by] ,of the United States Sugar cor

call for your donation to attend the meeting. my point Marshal Adkins. poration.


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PAGE TWO THE CLEW1STON NEWS FRIDAY, JANUAItY 29. 1932

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by the expiration of the temporary ing scenery offers a restful and spent so much money for FREE! Lincoln has new eights and twelves

THE CLEWISTOtf NEWS term of Tucker Savage. Four men, pleasant contrast In general 'atmosphere ACTS when he could have assembledall (the latter with bodies as long as

Published every Friday: in Clewiston other than :JirSavage, who will also from that of the coast. the candidates for governor on the Nutley town hall) but we

Florida by. the CLEWISTON NEWS be a candidate have announced. The student of history finds Flor- the platform. HIS not theirs and couldn't afford to look. being a

Inc. They are: R. Hudson Burr, of Miami ida a virgin field. Within its bor- had a grand-stand attraction that member of that American fraternity ,1)

and Tallahassee; John W- Bern 'of ders are found the earliest historical would have been a WOW. But on whose tires are good for 5,000 miles -'T

Entered as second class matter. Newberry; W. Douglas of Lake settings known to our country; : I the other hand It would have beena after they are worn out.

February 1. 1927, at the Post Officeat City and O. A. Byrd of Jacksonville while the artist finds here an at- lousy trick to play on the JohnnyJ. I We looked in vain for the Austin.

Clewiston' Florida, under the Act mosphere not to be compared else- Jones Exposition because nobody I but it must have rolled under a

of March 3, 1897.A JUSTICE HOLMESThe :: where on the North American Con- would care a hang about seein the desk. Everywhere there are auto

tinent. Background from the most FREAK show, after that. salesmen talking as fast as their

newspaper devoted to the best retirement, at the age of 90, ancient period to the ultramodernmay new models are supposed to go. At-

Interests of Hendry County, Florida. of Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes of be found by the artist and writer And I see where this boy George tendance is good and many sales are

Its leading newspaper. the Supreme Court of the United within a stone's throw of one O- Lea of Bradenton. who's fixln' to reported. Which causes us to flivver

States. brings to an end a magnifi- another. land the job of contributin' editor home with the firm conviction thata

Subscription rate: per year ....2.00 cent public career. The lover of nature finds Florida on the Congressional Record an- fool and his money may be soon

Outside of State of Florida ......$2.50 He has become recognized as onu abounding in beauty spots amid nounces that he is gonna compaign I parted, but somehow or other he

of the great jurists of history.-and. unique and interesting surround- from an airplane with a loud speak- manages to hang onto his outo!-

more than that as a great man as er-well anyhow that ought to be Pathfinder.
ings. Sub-tropical and tropical trees
rates furnished '
Advertising on ap-
well. His has been a life devoted PLANE talk from one candidate,
shrubs: and flowers combine in wild
plication. i purely to the public service. He has profusion with the native pines aLd now we might all rise and sing Shrine Parade Will
mind and heart that I
the qualities "High LEA High Low. I suppose
oaks to the
Business ,office, Clewiston News stately justify name- I
are given to few men in any time. the "land of Flowers." High rolling the other candidates will be complainin' i
Be Feature of Fair
and
Editorial
Clewlston 'Florida. Justice Holmes' life encompassesa hills. tropical hammocks the' sand about the OVERHEAD at-
Advertising, same. that most of is his- '
period to us. tached to the campaign.
dunes of the coast and flat, pine
tory. He tempered justice with mercy Tampa. Jan 21. (Special)-
woods traversed by railway and
Telephone '339 and fought always for the rightsof modern highways all lend their picturesque WHOOPS and a couple of rousing Thursday Feb. 11 will be Shrine

.----- -- humanity, for the oppressed and atmosphere to intrigue the AH-HAAS. Now we can close the Day at the South Florida Fair and :I

the misunderstood and the unfor visitor. entrees in1 the Governor's RACE at it is the aim of Potentate Stanley

POLITICAL POT BREWS tunate. Age seemed to add to, rather last we've got a sure enough DIRT Price to make it the most eventfulIn
A type Of Florida visitor is
than detract from. the keennessand new FARMER in the melee. The gentle- Egypt Temple's history.A .
Naturally the office of first Im- now being invited to spend the winter -
penetration of his mind, and il man answers to the nam of Mont- gala program of fun. frolic and
portance to the voters of Florida is season in FlorIda-the avia-
was only ill health that forced his gomery Potter and he halls from entertainment is planned startingat
that of governor. and there will be tourist. Because of enviable climate
retirement. Hamilton county. Now if he can 10:00 a. m. and concluding witha
no shortage of names on the ballot Florida is forecast to become a lead-
Although he has left the bench. get enough 'votes, I suppose he'll Grand Ceremonial that night. -
when the primary election rolls ing state in the development of.aviation -
the ,work that he has done for his
proceed to bury all the other candi-
Out of town Shrine clubs will put
around this year. and steps are now being takento
fellow citizens will be everpresentfor dates in the POTTERS FIELD. But
To date thirteen candidates have adequately care for this type of on stunt programs throughout the
generations to come. what I can't understand is why all *
announced for, nomination by the modern travel throughout the state. day, a gigantic parade will occur ( 1
the DIRT in- politics is always blam- at 1 m. and the ceremonial at the A
Democratic party two for the Re- What might be said of Floridaas p.
publican nomination and the chancesare FLORIDAA a Winter Playground is equally ed on the poor FARMERS. why temple in the evening.Arrangements 1
don't some of these birds be original
strongly In favor of other names true of its summer climate. Lying provide special en- it
and enter the race as a DIRTY
being added to the list before elec- Recreation CenterFlorida's between the ocean and the gulf Flor-, lawyer or. DIRTY banker or some- tertainment for the ladies and

tion day. ida enjoys a summer climate that is I nobles are urged to bring their
thing.
The'fact that 15 have announced nothing less than surprising to wives. All Shriners wearing their

does not necessarily mean that all prominence as a recrea- those who have never enjoyed it. fezz and marching in the parade
tional center dates from the comingof "ASK THE MAN WHO OWES FOR
fifteen will canvass the state nor Summer should not divert your visitto will be admitted free to the fairgrounds
late M. Flagler into ONE"
the Henry
will they be forced to qualify before Florida "as' it will be as full of visiting ladies will be fur-
the state seeking rest and t
recuperation
the state committee. but it does pleasure as in mid-winter during the nished complimentary tickets.
from a busy business life. In New York. Jan. 23, 1932-"One
mean that the state is fast becom- tourist Come the day and
season. early, spend
St. Augustine, to which city he had way to restore business" says a
ing "vote-conscious. gone Flagler found the true "Foun- Florida is a virtual department cynic "would be to destroy all the help make this the biggest and best

Two ex-governors seek to returnto tain of Youth" which Ponce de Leon store of pleasure and amusement., autos." But auto manufacturers feel Shrine day in our history.
the executive mansion and both
sought i nvair-Florida's matchless Its communities vie in friendly competition i that the only way prosperity can return -

are being seriously considered by climate and sunshine of health and to furnish pleasure recreation is on wheels. Consequently the Stranger Than FictionAt

state politicians' who are trying to contentment. and perfect comfort to its visitors -I 32nd annual New York auto show Poughkeepsie. N. Y., a butler

guess which way the wind: blows. Amid the historic environment of whether they seek diversion; shows makers spending as much accused o*. murdering his millionaire
John W. Martin and Cary A. Hardee I
the Ancient City and its old world I from business pursuits. relief from I time and money trying to improve employer'was arrested within an
have begun active campaigns for the I
Democratic nomination. Fons A.I I charms Flagler had a vision of converting -: the rigors of winter climate a sum-; their cars as women: do their faces. hour instead of on the last page as

the "Land of Sunshine andFlowers" mer at the seaside, or prospectingfor Yet iu both cases improvementsseem in most detective novels.In .
Hathaway former chairman of the
to the use of those who a new place of abode. external rather than internal.
state road department and guberna- some sections of Colorado rail-
sought of health and the The industry is still in the "pretty"era
recovery
torial candidate in 1928 has also road trains are imperilled by wild
comfort of ailienient climate during and fundamentals are sacrificedto
started his campaign. Stafford Caldwell horses that take advantage of the
the rein of King Winter in the north. non-essentials. Thus we see "free
cleared right of when snow is
prominent'in state politics fora way
Then came Henry Plant and after boo Late wheeling" buttons on cars that
Lumber of years; David L. Scholtz. deep on both sides.A .
him others of vision whose work keep headlights in relatively the
former president' of the Florida, worn dollar bill which bobbedup
contributed to the building of what same position as old buggy lamps
State Chamber of Commerce; Fred in the Durant National Bank at 1
we term today the "Nation's Winter I o Classify were carried. Some starters now
Eberhardt, former publisher ofa } Durant. Okla.. bore 'the following ;
Playground" and from a skepticalfew } work by simply turning the ignitian
Tallahassee newspaper; ThomasC. typewritten notation on it:
has grown into an annual tourist By RUSSELL KAY key in the lock but very little bet- "The'I
Hammond Tampa realtor J. Tom last of fortune
; a $100,000 spent on ,
business valued in round figuresat Secretary, Florida Press Association terment is seen in the "innards"i.
Watson, representative from Hills- wine women and song.-Pathfinder. 'r
200000000. ,.>0..6 ___ -_ ( eengines). Radiators are
boro county; T. S. Hart Jacksonville -
Florida and recreation are I don't streamlined. chokers are eliminatedand
synonymous know whether Florida
business man; E. C. Browardof Monticello-Local telephone ex-
in the minds of the peopleof there is a two-speed axle-
cows
are conteLted
or not but if
MiamI. Arthur Gomez of Key I change remodeling building at cor-
the United States and Canada in the yain't The rumored Ford V-type eight is
they sure ought to be.
"West senator from this district ner of Dogwood and Cherry streets.
Charles M. Durrance. Jacksonville fact so well grounded has this association This state may be more or less bru- missing (no pun intended) but
that look Chevrolet has free wheeling. Pon- Lake City-Seaboard Oil Col received -
become : tal
many upon with her tax-payer, but nobodycan :
and Potterof
attorney Montgomery
Ja'spgfr complete the list (to Florida as being only concerned: say she ain't kind to her cattle.I tiac has six and V-eight models. permit to construct addition I
to filling' station East Duval St.
on
Buick boasts "wizard control" affecting -
with the business of providing recreation :
date) seeking the Democratic nomi- don't know any other statethat.s
and pleasure for its winter automatic clutch new silent- Eustis-Fountain Inn formally
nation. built nice concrete sidewalks
visitors.In second syncro-mesh transmission opened for season.
William J. Howey of Howey-in'-the with tender grass planted on both
the early days of Florida's re- and new type free wheeling. Syncro-
Hills. who waged an active campaignin sides where cows can ankle and
silent shifting is also featured by
rvational and tourist activity the
1928 for governor. and Edward nibble. ALd if you don't think''' Mrs. NOTICE Al'PMCVTION FOR TAX
visitor traveled mostly by boat- Hupmobilc. Studebaker is lower ])EI:D
Parradee of St. Cloud are seeking Cow has the right-of-way you justDON'T
all steel bodies. Packard introduces
with
-
then came the development of its
nomination of the Republican party KNOW. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. That
rail transportation: system which is a light eight and Graham Ruth
R.
for Beardsley, holder of Tax Certificates -
governor. We
require our motorists to blow
the finest enjoyed by any state todayin [ eights are on a "banjo" chassis No. 281 282 283 285 and fl
Seven for' CongressmanatLargeIncrease turn railway building has been their HORNS, but nobody ever i i with outboard spring suspension. 285 1-2 2nd day of Sept., 1029. has filed -
In population of Florida. though of askin' a cow to Blow said certificates In my office and
[ "Floating power" is still Chryslerand
supplemented by the hardsurfaced made application for tax deed to issue
as shown by the latest federal census I highway to accommodate the auto- hers. You and me nave to 'switch De Soto "(latter now a tiny six) thereon in accordance with law. Said I

gives the state an1 additional on our tail lights :when darkness certificates embrace the following; de-
mobile. scribe'! ;: congressman In the national law- Florida meets the demand of every overtakes us, but Mrs. Cow don't II con-tinues County. Florida, to-wit:

making body, which will be electedby phase of a recreational center.It even have to switch her tail. Superchargers are iLstalled on the Block 208! Lot 24, Block 159. Lot
I J. Block: 162 Lot 12 Block 176
the state at large. Already seven I must be remembered that what And if you're just an ORDINARYtax Franklin. Pierce-Arrow reveals Lots 22. and 36. nil in the City of

candidates have thrown their hats better be darn duo-tone horns in Clewiston.The .
proves to be recreational for one per- payer you care- chrome-p ted !
into the ring for this office. They' son. or strata of our society. does ful not to get on the SHOULDERS. front of V-type radiators. Shock-ab- der the assessment said certificates of said issued property, was un-In I

are: John T. Alsop Jr.. present not suit another. Florida serves but the cows can play leapfrog all sorber action to suit road conditionis name ..of H. F. Bycroft Jr Theodore J .
'
mayor of Jacksonville; Senator W. those who seek rest and quiet. It over 'em and get away with it. under control of Hudson and Es- Gottlieb Unless said and Wm.certificates H. Kuhlman.shall be redeemed Ir ;. 1

D. Bell of Arcadia; Lester W. Jennings serves those who find agriculture We hear a lot about highway sex drivers. Plymouth offers free according law tax deed will '
former south Florida attorney issue thereon on the first. day of February -
of wheeling and steel bodies. Uphols-
commerce and industry a source beautification but that must be justa 1932.

; Frank Clark prominent Mia- recreation. To all of these varied STOCK phrase. anyhow there are tery and color of the WillysOverland Dated:: this 31st day of December ;

mian; Asher Frank of Tallahassee; tastes Florida offers ample satisfac- more SCRUBS than SHRUBS on.most cater' to women. The oLly 1931. I

Joe Sears. of Kissimmee. former con- of our roads and our, Highway plant- brand new car is the Rockne six (SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL '

gressman: and Ossie Johnson of tion.The inland resort cities line with its automatic starting. Clerk of Circuit Court !
coast and Ings seem to be more BULL than Hendry County, Florida. \

Jacksonville. provide every known amuesment anything else, as far as I can see- ----. ----,------ ,----- -
Fletcher Un-Opposed fishing swimming racing. golf and But we really ought to capitalizethis J

For the office of United States other sports. These may be found to unique Florida attraction. Why 1

senator none has announced against meet the pleasure of the most criti- not erect an arch over our main arteries \
Senator Duncan U. Fletcher who !
cal person-from the gay life of the bearing this slogan, "Enjoy
seeks to return to that post. Neither beach and night club to the restful Florida ZEPHYRS while dodging

has any announcement been madein and quiet atmosphere of everyday HEIFERS."

opposition to Congrasman Ruth home life. To try to enumerate the: And if the legislature is really

\ Bryan Owen for the fourth district number of varieties of sports and sincere iL ,its desire to cut expenses

member of the House of Representatives. amusements offered by the combined why not combine the state highwayand k

i communities of the state during the livestock boards and turn the ks 4 +t

\ Congressmen have Opposition winter season would be a gigantic whole darn PLAYHOUSE over tc

J In the first, second and third districts task-but they are here- It is but a Dr. Knapp. then he could go on,

however the present incum- question of following your own fan- ahead and DIP the COWS while his I ATTAMPA

bents have announced opposition. In cy and desire. assistant was MILKIN' THE 1\10-1 The State Fair '

the first district which includes Because Florida lies between lati- TORIST.

Hendry county' the present congressman. tudes thirty-one and twenty-four degrees 1 I IOR LD'a

Herbert J. Drane of Lakelandhas north. the northern edge of Last week we had a Strawberry -.'

announced for re-election and the state is in the temperate zone, Festival at Bowling Green and this CREATES] 1

Is being opposed by George "0. Lea while Key West is wholly tropical. week it's the Orange Festival at A

former newspaper :writer of Bradenton. Within this distaLce of some six i Winter Haven. We also have Bean WINTERS kXPO

Hardin Peterson. Lakeland, and hundred miles ranges the subtropical Festivals Satsuma Festivals. Water- s: i

Dr. S. L. Lowry of Tampa. In the zone lending variety to the flora melon Festivals and if you ask me, : A A4CiN4

second district R. A. Green of Starkeis and fuca possessed by no other state with 15 Hopefuls runin' for Governor -

opposed by J. Maxcy Dell of in the Union.Florida we're about to stage the great-

Gainesville. And in the third district offers the visitor two est Rasberry Festival the world /

Robert Mathis of Panama City thousand miles of ocean and gulf has ever known with freaks clowns. 1F' FESTIVAL /

seeks to fill the post now occupiedby coast with uLsurpassed bathing and strong men. BALLOT dancers TOM r yv**' rrMfv EDUCATIONAL

J. Tom Yon, who also seeks reelection driving beaches golf courses and a TOMS and planty of BALLYHOO. ; .. T -.-"y'T SENSAONAL! /

wide diversity of sports, including Winter Haven's Orange Festivalis ; '
Railroad CommissionerFor deep sea fishing. Interior Florida a KNOCKOUT and a wonderful PIRAIICAL

the vacancy to occur on the' with its beautiful crystal lakes and .advertisemeLt for Florida citrus, butI ..

Florida railroad comuiluatun( caused btrMllUj, rolling hills and ever chang can't understand why Jack Guthrie ,:L:......:..y- -

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:FRIDAY, JANUARY 29. 1932 THE'CLEWISTON'NEWS PAGE THRKH!

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"
-' c Mr. and Mrs. Jack Van LandIng- 'I


: i:. .I Personal Mention i "recent ham of guests Jacksonville of Mr. and Miss.Mrs., F.were R. un )a p Cbiican :


[,ry : Maxwell. .... I THE <$LUE and WHITE cBAs {N e< l
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j <'RII:<(__='=-_
Murray Swindle, Eugene Blair J.
Frank Hancock was a week end '
: A. Rumbley J. V. Lofton Stanley -

visitor in West Palm Beach. Altman Alonzo Ray and William I FOR JANUARY 31. 1932
A GOOD ENGLISH DRIVEA I
.- Heald moved this week to Port I SCHOOL.ER80NALS SUBJECT: Jesus Feeds the Multt-

,: > Miss Kathryn Cooper 'spent a few Mayaca where they 'will be stationed I I I tude.

:>:: days last week in West Palm Beach. on the U. S.' engineering project. "Good English" drive Is one of Mary Louise Oglesby was absent GOLDEN TEXT: "Jesus said unto

; .,: the most, essential things needed in. from school Monday'on account of
-- them. I am the bread of life; he
1\" !!
; Miss Lattie Overall and Miss our school for its improvement. We< illness. i
'
/>" / Mr. and MrsW- B. Watson motored that cometh to me shall never hunger -
,,;:"-i':' :';e:'" to Miami Friday.W. Jewell Lowe are leaving today for study English in our classrooms. I I Marvin Altman has moved: to ; and he that believeth on me
Winter Haven where they will visit and are taught its correct use but I Canal Point. I
} ):: .'-'<:', i I I shall never thirst."
friends for few also so many of us forget the rules and Emma Laura Bethea was
a days. They among
r: t: W. Oliver, of Orlando' was a LESSON TEXT: John 6: 1-71.
plan to attend the Florida Orange principles, when we leave the class- those absent from school Monday.
: PRACTICAL TRUTH
Sunday visitor in Clewiston. I : "Since
-';i'f.fitf I festival in progress there 'room.: Some of the most incorrect Mary Bush has not been able to
,' : Jesus is the bread of Life none need
; : ': .English sad to relate is spoken by come to school all week on accountof "
,?j.(:: : Miss Evelyn Hare was a Saturday Among the out of town visitorsat pupils, who have only recently been an infected leg. be in want spiritually.
; : J TIME AND PLACE A. D.
;:..- visitor in Tampa. the Tuesday night dance at the I instructed in the proper use of; Evelyn Hare motored to Tampa : April
I 29: Northeast shore of the Sea of
Clewiston Inn. 'sponsored by St. forms. We learn that the proper future Saturday with her father, Mr. R.
Galilee. After the time of the last
: : ." Miss Jamye Williams and Dr. J. Margaret)) Catholic church were tense is:, "I shall-you will.- Hare. 1\1.1
lesson Jesus called the twelve
,', .' W. Ezelle attended the theatre in Mrs. J. M. Elliott, of Canal PointDri he will" but when ,we step from the Bobby Hare was among the Clew- Apostles
the the
preached sermon on
Pahokee Sunday night Buck, of Belle Glade, Jimmie classroom we drop Into the old hab- iston folk attending the theatre in
,
mount and performed various miracles -
Wolfe, of Belle Glade John 'For- it of saying "I will"' to designatethe Pahokee Sunday night. .

: Mr. and Mrs. G. Wallace and mey. of Canal Point, and Miss Edna simple future.' Other forms. Moore Haven and Clewiston' playa Today's Lesson begins with these

.. ,' ,' son Bill: spent Tuesday in West Small of LaBelle. well known to all of us on a mom- ed double header basketball game words. "After these things Jesus

Palm Beach. ent's thought, slip into our daily here Friday night.
I.'> ; went the Sea of whichis
Mrs. I. M. Pafford entertained over Galilee
speech which .are. just as elementary Mildred Brantley has been absent
> Tuesday evening at her home in the I the Sea of Tiberias."
::, ; Mrs. R. M. Hare. Evelyn and Rob I Scult Apartments with a bunco par- as the example given-: from schol several days this weekon "After these things" refers to

:, ", ert Hare motored to West Palm I ty. The guests included Mr. and Many people might think that a I I account of illness. the attendance of Jesus at a feastat

,'.. Beach ,Tuesday. Mrs. Fred Haggan. Mr. and Mrs. J; good English ,drive, is,not necessary Mary Louise Oglesby, Mae Lily Jerusalem. There were Feastsof
in school, since English is one of Stone and Roy Green were the only
H. Earl, Mr. and Mrs. H. C- Jones I I Tabernacles in: October; of Dedication -
c main but.we some- pupils exempted in all subjects in 1!
Carl Diddle, of Huntington, W. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Simpsor., Mr. our subjects. in December; of Purim in

Va., transacted business in Clew- and Mrs. John Shorrock. and Mr. times forget about it. A Good Eng- I the ninth and tenth grades. I Ii March; of the Passover. in April and
lish drive is needed to get us into Merrill Lowe and George Hooks
;., iston recently. and Mrs. I. i\I. Pafford. of Pentecost, in May. Each of these
\ the habit of speaking and writing attended the show In Belle Glade I II ,
MrsH.. C- Jones held high score. feasts is advocated by some as the
correctly, and to encourage us' to Sunday night.
referred
-l1J I to. Herod Antipas. one
one
.
M. W. Dustin of Fairbanks. Fla.
Mrs. F. R- Maxwell entertainedwith lift ourselves out of the ,rut of care- Harry Kennedy from Lakeland I of the rulers of Judea built the city

,:-' :/:; was a Monday business visitor in a dinner party at her homein less speech onto the plane expectedof I. has recently enrolled in the, Clewis- of Tiberias on the western shore of

Clewiston.Mrs. the Hooker Apartments Sunday serious minded school pupils. Our ton school. He is registered in the+I I Lake Galilee, and dedicated the city

.-- afternoon. The guests were Mr. and little errors in speech are noticed seventh grade. I to Tiberias. the Emperor of Rome;

Katheryn Mindler, of Tampa, MrsGerald Penney Mr. and Mrs.: by other people. whether or not we Evelyn Hare was absent from and the name became attached to

is spending a few days in Clewis- Virgil Van Landingham and sons recognize them. They, mark us as classes Tuesday. I the lake nearby. It was also called

,,;- ton on business. Guy and Harry of Miami, and Mr. careless, if we do not correct them. Janice Wynn is absent from Lake Gennesarett, and in the Old

< ,' ,- and Mrs. Jack Van Landingham. of On the other hand, ,it is a mark of classes due to illness- I Testament Sea of Cinnereth.

Miss Edna Small. of LaBelle. is Jackson. Miss., and Mr. and Mrs.F. culture and education to speak and "And a great multitude followed

<,,- several days in Maxwell. write correct English, and to use the
spending : R. MOORE HAVEN WINS OVER him, and Jesus went up into a mountain

'" ."' visiting Mr. and Mrs. G. Clewistor.:1 proper grammatical constructions at CLEWISTON 14 4 FRIDAY and there he sat with his dis-
Miss Armeda R. Howell enter- all times. These little things should
.I ciples. And the Passover a feast of

'," Prof, and Mrs. M. G. Langford'and tained several of her friends last be borne, in mind.If I In a rough and tumble basketball the Jews, was nigh." The great
Thursday afternoon at her birthday
Miss Jewell Lowe spent Saturday we ,set aside a, week or even a game here last Friday the outfit number were on their way to the
celebrating her eighth birth-
party
in West Palm Beach. month for the, pu'rpose of. imp'rovingour from Moore Haven took the Clew- Passover feast at Jerusalem. "When'

.: -- day. Guests were Misses Dorothy Smith speech it, is almost, certain that iston boys to count by a L4-4 score. Jesus saw a great company come
Zelda ,
Hare Roberta Spicer,
Tommy Jones and Eugene Blair and wonderful progress would be made The game was featured by the num- unto him. he saith unto' Philip
Bernice O'Neill, Hazel Altman
spent Sunday in Moore Haven as' in our English-progress that would ber of foul shots attempted. Clew- whence shall we buy bread, that
Runell McGehee. ,Refreshments con-
guests of Hr. ai.d MrsJ.. W Adkins. reflect credit to us as individuals, iston haveir.g opportunity for 10 these may eat?
sisting of sandwiches. cake, jello
served to and credit to our school. free shots, while Moore Haven had 'Philip ,answered him. Two hundred -
and hot chocolate were
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn H. Williamsof 14., pennyworth of bread is not
the guests-
Moore Haven spent a few hours CONTEST PROGRESSING At the end of the first half Clew- sufficient for them, that everyone

',' in Clev/jscon Tuesday Among the guests registered at .....---- iston had a margin of one point ov- of them may take a little." Luke 6:

the Clewiston Inn this week are In the second and third grades er Moore Haven but in the second 12, says "When the day began to

.. Maldo7i S. Wright has been added Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hilbrath of the spelling contest is still on. The half Moore Haven carried their wear away" "Two hundred Pennyworth -

, to the force of tie! Glades Auto West Palm Beach; C- A. Burchaiter "Good Spellers" won in a spelling score upwards and Clewiston was ." or about $32.00, a penny -

Sales company as salesman. of Lakeland; Fred McKenzie. HarryB. game last week over the "Never not. able to get its team into action.In being the price of a day's work.

Miller. C. B. Buckland and familyof \Iiss- The score between these two the last half three players were "Andrew saith unto him. Thereis

; Mrs. W. M. Redelsheimer and son. South Windsor Conn.; Mrs.:: W. !Celling rivals, now stands 3-2 in retired from the floor: Bill Hooks. I a lad here. which hath five barley

" C Billy have returned to Clewiston after S. Cowart. J. E. 'Dempsey, A. O- favor of the "Good Spellers." John Daughtrey and J. S. Adkins. loaves, and two small fishes: but

a two weeks visit in Miami. Greynolds, of Palm 'Beach; F. C. Donald Deam made 100 in arith-I Moore Haven finished the game what arc they::: among so many?"

Kilgore. J. F. Thornton: of Kings with only four men on the floor. The barley loaves were round
metic work book in the sixth grade
Mrs. W- S. Cowart and daughter, ton, N. C.; J. J. Dallas, G. B. Clinchof cakes about one inch thick. It was
for
made 90
Bethea
of Sanford. spent the week end in Tampa;' W. P. Stuart of Braden- and Dorothy grades.CLE'VISTON Everglades 11 miles of road on1:I the bread of the poorer people.

;, Clewiston visiting Mr. Cowart. ton; Ed P. Malmberg of Daytona; highest Cross State Highway between Twenty "Jesus said Make the men sit down

A.. E. Wynne of Atlanta; James Mile Bend and Six Mile Bend'1 .* about five thousand* And

Constable Ed Butler and Skeeter McCants of Tampa; C. M. Davis of GIRLS WIN PROM leading into this place, being recon- Jesus took the loaves; and when he

Barwick attended the fights in West Tampa; E. S- Moore of Greenwood; MOORE HAVEN 19-17 FRIDAYThe ditioned. J had given thanks he distributed to

,,\, ',' Palm Beach Tuesday. W. E. Hill of Lakeland; G. W. Hill Hollywood-Hollywood Beach hOtel the disciples, and the disciples to

: r' of Lakeland; W. H. McLaughlin of Clewiston girls won a very opened for winter season. (Continued on Page 4)

, Mrs. J. F. Tippey, Mrs.' Fred Tampa, L. W. Folson of Tampa, I- close victory over Moore Haven here ,
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, -. Moltz and Miss Frances Tippey were K. Watson of Tampa, and A. H. Friday night by a score of 18-17. ,..x+ x..:+:+x.x- :..:..:+x : : 'rCMe' :T x :..:.. :-.x* :..3WHITE '

'f: ,/., '' visitors to West Palm Beach Monday Lewin of Tampa. In the first half. the score was t
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;: ,.- Moore Haven 11, Clewiston 5. Local
TOURSTS WORTH ,TO FLORIDA ; ] ':-
boosters beginning to be }
were
, ', CASTLEGAE
Williams of BY ROGER BJABSON I ) :
- B. F. and E. D. DISCUSSED worried over the outcome since ,

Huntington. W. Va.. were among Hare and Oglesby each had two per-
the recent out of town business visitors DeLand Jan. 27.-Roger W. Bah :
them
sonal fouls charged to hand ..t.t .
" here. son states that the tourist crop is
Stone had one. On Moore Haven's
worth to Florida'six times that of team, Summers and Atkins each had I :&: (FORMERLY \VHITE'S RESTAURANT) ;:
.; Mr.: and Mrs. E. R. Fontaine and the citrus crop, measured in dollars
', two personal fouls marked against CITY BALL
Harry Peters. Jr., were week end and cents. For that reason, while them.In t OPPOSITE ::

visitors in Tampa. Bobby Fontaine the citrus industry will be exploited .f
the last half Stone made another 's'
returned to Clewiston with them. I to its fulness thereof. in Florida'sexhibit ':. I 1:
personal for Clewiston. Summers -
at the Chicago 1933 World'sFair .
{ Special Sunday Dinner 60c ';0X
Miller of made another for Moore Haven Regular Week Day
-_ Harry B. : New York is as great an appeal will be t
> spending a few days; in Clewiston made of Florida's climate, beauty, and Thielen made one.. Wynn shot }, Menu Sunday Jan. 31 X
I four field goals and Bethea made Luncheons 30 Cents I :i.
I: visiting Major and Mrs. C. CWil- recreation and sportsman features. ;'. 10'30 to8 P. M. ;r't
main- two and one free. For Moore Haven I ,
be
Florida's must
'.' products
son.
Theilen shot one field goal and : Shrimp Cocktail: 3.
tained and extended; its varied resources -
.r attention of Summers made three leaving the :: a 130 Carte Service Day Cream of Celery Soup :_
::. W- M. Van 'Ellen has accepted a brought to the
18-17 for Clewiston.. Olives and l\1hed: Pickles .s
final
..:, position with the United States Su- capitalists to the end that new industries score s; .
and Evening Creamed Oyster Croquettes _
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"' TIlE BOOSTERS CLUB ;; Roast Spring Chicken with 1.s
residing at the Clewiston Inn. could easily absorb a million or so 'l
._' Giblet Sauce -t
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of additional tourists in winter Ste.aks-Chops--SenFood
.' clubs and activities engaged .} Candied Yams
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.\.../,..: Miss Mrytle Schiller of Avon other millions in summer. Among
.;.::,:;<; Park. spent the week end in Clew- The building up of these factors I in by members of the student t Prepared by Experienced Creamed Peas-Masbed Potatoes .ti
. her sister Miss Clara is the work body of the Clewiston school The 1! Apple Pie wHh; Cheese Y
': ,:,.: t..,: iston visiting that spell prosperity
I"" > ; Boosters club stands out as one organized White Chef Tea Coffee :(
i :>r;J" Schiller. ahead of Floridians at this time. for the of boosting f or .}
conditionsare I. purpose
1/7.:1i/ : tj: .- Miss Jeannette Morgan Miss One bad admits, but that not any economic worse than previous the activities of the school and' serving X t J

': Williams Miss Beatrice Kettl and "depressions" an additional purpose of raising i .
; ::.fr {, Jamye "panics" ,
funds to carry on athletics here. The O..to 9-0 "-,,,,+X +:":'.: :--w.
; in West States
:. ::;;'i: :. spent Saturday afternoon from which the United emerged -
i of the club is limited to
: personnel
:\}".. ?,:r .Palm Beach. with greater prosperity. held members of the ninth and tenth :::..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:...i=-:...:..:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-.:..:..:.
i the world's fair was
,:''7- >: When f
i I ',:,:>i;',. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Redelbheimer in Chicago in 1893 the populationof grades. _

: '. ',:;i ':: and Miss Kathryn Deam ar.d Herbert the United States was 63.000.000the The Boosters club was organized = _
Civic Center Barber
<:.i: > Blate spent Sunday afternoon national wealth 70000.000 at the beginning of the basketball Shop f

i :, )'f.'.' in West Palm Beach. 000. Today the population is 123.- season and the following officers .
>;;, I Bobby : Opposite City Hall :=:
;, ,: ; 000.000 and the national wealth now are serving: president, ::

:{,.,,,: Mr; and Mrs- R. L. Saxon and $360.000,000.000. The populationhas Hare; vice president. Richard Bes- ._. Yh Y
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family, otf Moore Haven spent Sunday increased twice and the wealth tor; secretary. Mary Louise Ogles- ?

: j .;" in Clewiston as guests of Mr. five times. by; treasurer, Betty Spicer; devotional .b Y.i.

'" and Mrs. L. L- Lowe and family. The depression of 1873 lasted 30 leader. Van Bush; parliamentarian :;;: All Haircuts 25c =:::

<'i l-: -- months; of 1893, 25 months; of Halson Avant; chairman of .2. "l

;" ',': G. B. Clinch, of Tampa, and W- 1903, 25 months .and since then finance committee, Merril Lowe; Y

i ":':,',:,:'.' P. Stuart, of Bradenton, representa- there have been depressions in chairman of social committee. Mer- 1;: Sh aves 15e :Y:

;, .;" tlves of the Gulf Refining company. 1907, 1914. 1921 and 1924. The rll Lowe. :: :

<::5-. were recent business visitors in depression of 1930-31 has about At the initial meeting of the club. .s.h

.,- :.7Clewiston.:: rur.: Its race.. held January 6, the treasurer reported :;: All_ Tonics 15c =:!:;

;<'.. When good times return. Florida $6.88 in the club funds. and Y

I C. V. Parkinson spent Tuesdayand must be In a receptive mood and the finance chairman presented sug- s Y Y

Wednesday in Tampa. where he Its house in order to take advan- gestions for raising money to further xi

:-. wont to confer with members of the tage of it. It must keep itself in the the activities of the club. These =

: %\ stale road department concerning public eye' and mind, otherwise it are being taken under _advisement ij PETE J. ERLING, Proprietor ;

:! ",\ the road now being built between may be overlooked when people ind' are being used from time to ,X

fr,'Y \ here' and Moore Haven. again have money to spend. time. .:..........'...:+x-<...\.:.:..>>:..,...>>>:wy ...:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:.:-. :..: x..;.: ..x .:o'...:..:..:


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FOUR TIm CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, JANUARY 29, 1932-

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'DEPRESSION EFFECTS are forming. The moth that lays the ture he advised adding one poundof

SCHOOL SYSTEMS, Gasoline Sales ARE NOT ALL BAD eggs which causes the worm prefers lead arsenate to each 50 gallons
GOOD ONES LISTED of bordeaux. Spraying should begin

Show DecreaseTallahassee ...--- shade. so a row of peas be- when the tomatoes begin to form

GET STATE FUNDS By Spuds Johnson tween gested.If .the double row of corn is sug- and continue until just before they

"Sweet are the uses of adversity"said are ready for market. "'1;'
Fla. Jan. 25.Gasoline someone who no doubt had it is not practical to have the

$606..111.92 IS DISTRIBUTED BY consumption in Florida last just been through "the worst de- corn come Into silk when the first Washington. Jan. 2G.-A bill to

PUBLIC INSTRUCTION month was approximately 1,000.000 pression in history." Everybodyseems tomatoes are forming. corn that Is establish a term of federal court

DEPARTMENT gallons under consumption for December to be talking about the de- knee high will give some protection. for the southern district of Floridaat

I 1930. the inspection bureauof pression nowadays. but very few The moth will lay her eggs in the Fort Myers. Lee county, was Introduced -

Tallahassee. Fla.. Jan. 26.-The the state department of agricul- outside of President Hoover seem buds to produce what' we know as today by Senator Fletcher,
state department of public iLstruc- ture announced today. the corn budworm. At this stage
to be trying to do a great deal aboutit. Democrat. Florida.
tion today announced the distribu- There were 20.345,431 gallons ot the worm in the corn should be

tion of $606,411.92 in state funds to gasoline usqid In the state last However, the depression has its poisoned ar.d a dust made by mix- .-...-.-... --- .... ...
the county schools systems of Florida to Ll}:NNNNN: : : : :NNNH:NN:?:N:NN: : :H: :
month and 21,212.849 gallons useda uses and is not all bad. even thoughit ing one pound lime of lead is recommended.arsenate ;.)..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.
last month- The report 10 pounds of
year ago
automobile license has hit some of us pretty hard
Sales of tags
also showed that 2052.043 gallon For Instance there is a growing interest When the corn begins to silk it
brought in 553377.08; the l-mill C. E. STEBELDealer
constitutional ad valorem tax. $39.- of kerosene and 562 gallons of signal in economy In public and private -I should be dusted every three days

120.49 and interest on state deposits oil were used last month. affairs, accompanied by increased providing one wants to get roasting in

I However. 109,643.5 gallons of attention to the elimination of ears free of worms: The removal of
$13.514.35.The General Electric Refrigerators
distribution followed short- gasolene and 95 gallons kerosene waste and extravagance. Taxes the ears from the field will destroy

ly after Governor Carlton's recent sold to government agencies tax have been growing on us so gradually many worms that might emerge and .Electrochef StovesRadios
free were not included in last attack the tomatoes later.
refusal to call a special session of and steadily that perhaps we I

the state legislature to provide the month's figures. could and would r.ever have had This trap crop will greatly dimin- and Supplies

schools with additional money. serious attention given to reducing ish the worm-damage to the toma- Radio Repairing

them unless the depression had toes but may not entirely control Florida
Pahokce
FEBRUARY IS TIME 'iinbap djoo] come along.. it, Mr. Watson said. Since the tomatoes -

FOR PLANTING: 1IAlTFLOVERING Farmers and growers of Florida are usually sprayed for : :ti N N:N NN:N:.:N:N M:N:N ti N N ti N N:N N N:N:NN :.

PLANTS have been compelled to find waysof fungus diseases with bordeaux mix: :. :N.N:N.N:N:N.N:N.N.N.N:N.H.N.N:-:N:N.N.N...:..:N:N..

1Les5on reducing costs of production. No I

Gainesville. Fla.-February is a I doubt some permanent good has

month when very little planting is come from that. for it will enableus ,
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done in northern states but is an J them that wereset dOWL; and like- to obtain more economical pro-
ideal time to put out many duction when "good times" return.
wise of the fishes as much as they
ing shrubs in Florida, flower-I would." Another interesting sidelight on

W- L. Floyd, assistant dean of the the depression is furnished by one
Only the men were counted. is BUILDERSF
college of agriculture. University of said the women and children were. of the greatest libraries In the country -I
Florida. which reports that since the ad- )
placed in another group. The peopl
Our plants are more nearly_dormant vent of the current depression its
ate "as much as they would. The
at this time, transpiration is Jesus i circulation of books has increasedover I
bread and fishes increased as WANTED
less, .and the injured roots heal and distributed them to the discipleswho 30 percent. And the increasein

new ones form so as to be ready for "When solid reading. other than fiction:
handed it to the people.
the growing season which comes a has been more than the average.
they were filled he said unto his dis-
little later he added. The Pennsylvania Farmer says that
ciples. gather up the fragments that
shrubs well suited to "All this that of
Flowering means more our
remain, that nothing be lost. There-
soil and climate of Florida and fore they gathered and filled twelve people are doing serious reading and I

which be in which will be for
may planted February studying good
baskets with the fragments- It was I
include abelia buddleia calllstemou..I them and for the "
country.
important to save the food and Substantial i inducements
camellia cestrum hibiscus, hydrangea also our time, health intellect, and One of the great needs now, as are

jasmine, oleander spirea every blessing we have. Upon Jesus for the last few years. is to have an )
and viburnum. Roses belong to this equilization of conditions as between -
feeding the five thousand the people offered to relieve the acute
group too. Professor Floyd said. desired to make him king of the : agriculture and other busi

Many herbaceous perennials may I Jews but Jesus sent the disciples nesses. When the farmer's dollar

be planted during this period. across to the west shore of the sea, buys as much in proportion as the housing shortage now -

Among them are aspidistra walking on the :water, and found business man's dollar, then the prevailing

crinum, gladiolus lilies and canna'i the disciples in the boat struggling farmer will be more satisfied.

roses. These arc grown from in Clewiston .
against the storm. He went iLto ,
rootstocks. or by division of old PLANT CORN ABOUT
the boat. and immediately they were
clumps, and should be planted in at the land. On the following day the TRAP FRUIT WORMS '"

well prepared carefully enrichedsoil people gathered around him and discussed I" i
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which is well drained but of .
the miracle on the previousday. .- .
Gainesville. Fla.-A Gouble row t
good water holding capacity.
.. Jesus said. "My father giveth ". "
There Is always much interest in of corn planted around the edge of ." I
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you the true bread from heaven. For ,
annual flowering plants as these can tomato fields and 'an occasional -
the bread of God is he which cometh
be started so easily and bloom so double row through the field will THEf! : ',
down from heaven.and giveth life ,
quickly. Many of these are planted unto the world. serve as a trap crop for the tomato \.

earlier but succession plantings 'con fruit worms says J. R. Watson,,
Then said they unto him. Lord r
tinue into February. Plants whichare entomologist with the Florida experiment -
CLEW ISTON COMPANY
evermore give us this bread. }
easily Injured by cold are Lot station. _
After a discourse by Jesus and
planted until after the middle of The same worm that bores into
much murmering by the Jews Jesus
the month, when all danger from the tomatoes is also known ss the PHONE 102
said life. Your
: "I am the bread of
frost, except in unusual cases. is corn ear worm and will thus leave
fathers did eat manna in the wilderness ; ADMINISTRATION BUILDING CLEWISTON. FLORIDA {
past. Those which may be planted the tomatoes for the corn. Mr. .
and are dead. This is the
right away are ageratum aster, cal- Watson advises planting the corn
bread which cometh down from heaven -
liopsis. cosmos, marigold. nastur-' thereof !=o that it would come into silk at I I
that a man may eat .
tium, petunia, phlox poppy, verbena I and not dieI am the living bread about the time the first tomatoes -
and zinnia.
I which came down from heaven: if f,
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FLORIDA EMPLOYMENT s. .',
will give is my flesh. which I will .z. \
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give for the life of the world." I
Jacksonville, Fla.. Jan. 26.With' ? :, 11
The Jews ate manna In the wild-
few exceptions industrial employ- Y
erness aLd died they ate the loaves

med showed gradual improvement and fishes on the mountain side and I

throughout, James Florida A- Davis during state directorof December -,I am afterward the living died bread,but Jesus which said came"I, j Will You Do Your Bit I

employment, said y
today. down from heaven: if any man eat
Increased sales forces were reported -' of this bread. he shall live forever: I
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by both wholesale and retail :: ,
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and the bread that I will give is ,
merchants while several large, auto- my flesh which I will give for the + When Solicited for :_:

mobile assembly plants were reopened :;: '. I
life of the world. : *
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former .
called and many to work. employeswere By these statements Jesus refer- :;: : -...0C:. _'- .::,.'' '-" '
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Full forces were employed by citrus sacrifice for the sins of the people :: ..
and canning plants. Phosphate :.
who would accept him. 't' CLEWISTONCOMMUNITY .-" ; ".::"::,::'Fi' i'l.
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mines and fertilizer factories boosted ::: : '-. '::
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operated normally. BY BILL '
Agricultural activities made decided l
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improvement and water and Washington, Jan.: .-An amend- ,

rail shipments showed increases. ment forbidding federal highway f ,
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funds to states which employ con: : r""v .:. I

Fir victs on their federal-aid highwayswas CHEST for The
t Carriage Spring Chest isClewiston's
adopted by the house today. I
Steel gpriag for carriages were in
Congressman F- H. LaGuargia. Republican .:. "
troduced about 1700. The ..
elliptic .. only :::
New York, author of the : :, f
taring wa Invented In 1804 by Oba- .:. I
that Alabama Flor- ::
proposal said -
Hih Elliott, a 'oachmnker of Lam. ida, New Jersey and Virginia would ..i.. 1 charity organization :: ;
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