The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: February 5, 1932
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
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System ID: UF00028415:00356
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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Center of America* THE CLEWISTON NEWS

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Monday............. 84 57


I Wednesday ........ 84 51

TO NATIONS NEWEST KIWANIS CLUB I Thursday........... 85 50

'r:, ;:,: Friday ................ 80 49 (; SUNDAY

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... .. -:. Saturday 85 50 .09

./l EXPECT 200 TO ATTEND CHAR-,I PREWITT'S LEAD NORTHSOUTHIN l Sunday......'......... 88 65 _
OF NEW CLUB Total for week .09 IMPORTANT
With a decided lead over other rainfall 1.41 ,. ....
February ordinarily the shortest ---
.- : With expectations for a crowd of contestants in the annual contract -
month of the year comes in Dedication services for the beau-
; 200 to attend Charter nightof Miami Locks
persons bridge tournament here. Mr. and
a bit of importance this St. Margaret's Catholic church
the Clewiston Kiwanis club here Mrs. W. C. Prewitt stepped into first Max. Min. Rain

Wednesday night, the committee in place of the North-South bracket Monday............. 82 62 from having an extra day will be conducted Sunday. Feb-

charge of arrangements has com- last Thursday night. Mr. and :Mrs.I. Tuesday............. 84 60 on. it has five important days: February 7. Father this F. J. Finnegan an-

......... 2. Ground hog day; week. A cordial in
pleted details fo rtheir tertain- M. and WOdnesday 54
Pafford and Mr. :Mrs. T.
ment which includes a specially ar- Thursday ............ 83 51 10. Ash Wednesday; February to memers' of all denomin-
for i
Simpson were closely grouped
ranged Kiwanis trip through the first place In the East-West bracket Friday ................1, 80 53 Lincoln's birthday; February 14 is extended for the services.

mill of the United States' Sugar corporation after the first of twelve evenings of Saturday' ........... 83 66 St. Valentine Day; and }' The morning service will com-

,-t'" here.According contract was played.KIWANIANS Sunday ................ 86 64 22. Washington's birthday. at ten o'clock with the Most

t Patrick Barry Bishop of
; : to word received by
Total for week 0.00 I diocese of St. Augustine. con-
President Kelly of the local branchof GOLFERS POSTPONE
Rainfall to date 0.00 the blessing of the new
the international organization. a
HEAR During the service the
large representation from West
high mass will be held.
i Palm Beach and Hollywood as well 0.00 TOURNEY MATCHES
South pontificial high mass is one of
as other clubs or. the lower east Ray
I,, Max. Min. Rain most beautiful services of the
'-* coast and south central Florida will
Monday .............. 80 62 ACCOUNT OF RAINONLY church and is rarely cele-
; be present at the charter presentaAk -
-; ... Tuesday............. 82 62 except in cathedral church-
: ( tion. The, Kiwanis clubs of West PALM BEACH PREXYJ. "
: have I Wednesday......... 82 56 Father Finnegan said.
:;;rt Palm Beach and Hollywood
for the .Thursday ............ 86 52 TWO MATCHES During the past week a selected
agreed to act as sponsors

Clewiston clubInvitations ED BAKER GIVES HELPFUL Friday............... 82 56 TOWARD MERCHANT'S has been preparing for the

Saturday........... 84 58 CUP AWARDS of high mass for this occa-
sent this weekto
were LUNCHEON Sunday............... 82 58 sion.A: .
members of the organization CLUE;
of from
visiting clergy
The usual crowd of Sunday afternoon
the east coast and Fort Myers,
along Total for week 0.00 cities are expected, to be
golfers was absent from the local
as well as to state officials for the I Clewiston Kiwanians heard the I to assist in the services.
Rainfall to date 1.00 this
course week. With
oven t.The. i ideals and ambitions of the International of the church in West Palm
breeze and light wind
committee in charge of the organization Wednesday night I} 1.00 Fort Myers and other cities
over the to
course most of
nothing is being when J. Ed Baker president of the cause expressed their intention's of
arrangements say I General average rainfall for week 16 entries in the Merchants tournament
left undone to make the Charter West Palm Beach club. made a short 007 inches present at the official dedica-

., night an event long to be remem- inspiring talk at the local club'sweekly General average rainfall to date later to in postpone the week.their matches until of St. Margaret's church by

: bered by all who attend. Although luncheon. Other representatives 1.07 inches. Barry.At .

details of the committee's plans are of the Palm Beach club pre- Readings are taken at 7:00 A. M. I Only two matches were the afternoon service, which

withheld it is understood that the sent at the luncheon were: Ken Wil- for the preceding 24 hours and are Sunday. M. W. Bigg and to begin at four o'clock the Sa-

night will be a gala affair. liamson. first vice president; Alex dated as of the day taken. Blate set out early in the of the Confirmation will
Arnette. trustee. and Ray Bullock j I to play off their 18 hole '
John K. Mowry, chairman of the administered to 20 children in a
secretary. C. P. Hammerstein and,' match. which Bigg won on the 18th
but This
entertainment committee for charter LACK OF INTERESTIN ceremony.
night announced that by special per- Bill Michael of the Hollywood club I J green. They were followed by be followed by the Benediction
J Alston and Charlie
Lovvorn in
were also KiwaniansThe I
mit of Vice-President Harrington of visiting the Blessed Sacrament. Bishop

the Sugar company a tour of inspec- represeLtatives of the two I SPORT CAUSESBOXING match which ended on the 17th will preach at both services.
with Alston two
, '. tion of the mill here will be con- east coast clubs came to Clewiston to I green winning by a The St. Margaret's church here
and one score. Mr. 'next meets
ducted for the Kiwanian guests. The assist in preparations for Charter Bigg as a central church for mem-
the winner of the T-
,'. tour will begin about 5:30 when the night here which will be held I TO CEASE ShelleyKellymatch of the Catholic faith along the
which is scheduled to be
visitors will be shown the processesby Wednesday February 10th., when I shore of Lake Okeechobee,
played this week. Alston's
which sugar cane is convertedinto the official charter presentation will TWO KNOCKOUTS FEATURE IN its members are taken from res-
will be the winner of the
, raw sugar at the Clewiston mill; be given by H. V. Condict.. Floridagovernor I LAST, OF WEEKLY ( from Canal Point to Lake-
tilt also scheduledto
I HarriLgton-Hill
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of Kiwanis.At and La Belle. At present there
.s ,: The actual presentation of the be played this week.
: .
t-':;;; ., Wednesday's luncheon it was about 60 members enrolled in
charter to the Clewiston club will be
I I The curtain on Clewiston's week- The original grouping of the 16 church.
announced that reservations for 140
' ,, made by Howard Condict.
4 Governor of Kiwanis. The International had beet made for the charter night I ly fights was lowered Wednesday entrants, with their handicaps is as The official dedication of the

V night as Promoter Ed Butler announ- follows: W. C. Owen. 20. Pete Wilson comes only one year after
dinner and preparations are being
,. organization will be represented I S'P
I 22, H. R. Hall. 27, L. C. Sturgis
made to care for 200. ed the bouts indefinitely postponedIn first spade of earth was turned
Walter Wisor of Orlando.
',,>: .j- by :
;', Clewiston. Lack of sufficient interest 20. F. Deane Duff 19. C- V. Park- the construction of the attrac-
:,.: ; C P. Hammerstein of HOllywood. Songs ofKiwanis were sung by I
: : 'I in the sport is given as the i inson. 33. Emmet Shelley, 35. M building. The first earth was
.. cause for postponement of the:E. Yenawine 27. Tom Shelley 14. February second of last year

,:.: '' in having the Clewiston club organized lywood. Ken Williamson, of West!,weekly series of bouts. I E. E. Kelly. 28. :M- W Bigg 28, 'Herbert the first services were held ear-
will also be present at the charter Palm Beach and Jim Beardsley of
Both the final and semi-final I Blate. 32. C. J. Lovvorn. 14 in August When the first ser-

t '' Light program and will bring Clewiston. I bouts ended iu K. O.'s Wednesdayas Dave Alston, 24. J. J. Harrington., was held in the new church

., ., with him a quartet of Kiwanis singers Skeeter Barwick and Young 19, Fred Hill 29. of persons from all parts
, from Hollywood who will take
; Spooner floored their opponents in I South Florida attended. It is ex-
an important part in the program. Chest Offices Moves I
I the second round., Barwick was that fully as many will be
i' A quartet representing the Palm
.. pitted against Joe Rodriguez. 152. of County Will Urge at the dedication.
Beach club will also be given a To City Hall Rooms
.; Tampa for a ten round bout as the
prominent part on the program.
final attraction and Young Spoonerof Action on HighwayThe

V Arrangements were Pahokee faced Jimmy Bowel. 143 Unknown Negro Man
made this

j :, ;<::V : : Committees Named By week for an established office in semi-final.of Homeland for an eight round Hendry county board of com- Found Dead In HomeThe

the City Hall for the Clewiston
The two main bouts ended after missioners will send a delegation to
: : Kiwanis Club Officer
VVVHi:: munity Chest. Mrs. Fred com-I'I only one fast round each had been the meeting of the state road boardin
who is acting
i.-, as secretary fought, with gloves flying furiously Lakeland, Feb. 16 to urge com- body of a negro man. age
chest fund. will be in the hall.
'-:. .:::' President E. E. Kelly, at the city into the faces of the two pugilistic pletion of the cross-state highway 40. known to his associates

: .'.:.';-'r; weekly luncheon of the Clewiston daily from 9:30 to 10:30 to handle challengers invading the Everglades. from the Lee county line to LaBelle.it I as "Clyde" was found in his

.' ;: <::, '. Kiwanis club Wednesday night announced any matters .that might be presentedto I Barwick settled the aspirations of was decided Monday at the com- I in "Tin Camp" near:
the chest.In
: ..';\'.-: ::' the appointment of the Rodriguez near the end of the first mission's meeting at LaBelle. The Beach Tuesday morning. In

committees Mrs. Moltz' absence the chest state department has included these showed death due to na-
:T': ;jlfollowing : I round after bunching a half dozen
V ; committee has authorized AB J. 1
projects in its tentative budget. it causes.
'" Program and Music I hard body punches, and bid fair to
Cherry to assist in furthering the I was said. and the delegation will Negro bean pickers who had
J< James E. Beardsley chairman; i end the scrap in the first period.
- work of the chest. Mr. Cherry will urge that they be placed in the per- with him Sunday said he
' ::::\' Miss Marior. Leydig. Dave G. Alston | With the opening bell of the second
,! = ; :be found In the city hall during office round Barwick stepped into the manent budget which will govern ] picked only one hamper of
j \ r and John Mowry. 'I
I "r- hours. 1 that day and then went to his
the state road board's expenditures
ter of the ring let fly a .fast, hard I
Attendance and House
:::1 $ } Reception right to the Tampa boy's ear; during the coming year. I complaining of having a par-
: Cecil Parkinson, chairman A.
:-:1:: :: ; STATE IS PUZZLED OVER WHAT 1 paralysis of one leg. Monday
. : :',>{.; A. Monroe, H. R. Hall. J. K. Baker. crossed with a left to the jaw and I
. :. ] condition had not improved but
"'' "" USE TO MAKE OF U. S. CASHTallahassee. the fighter from the Cigar City TAMPAN OFFERS FOR
.' ..: ;;(;Af"; J. A. McGehee. C L. Downs Julius I refused. to allow medical treat-
crumpled to the floor. One vain attempt CONGRESSATLARGEArthur
.,r. ': R. Alston, C. E. Miner and Glen I I I
:;;: ::.. : Feb : other than home remiedies and
'....r .:. Etherton. 2--Florida to rise ended the final bout. medicines.

. >ifEl.'{ day received from the federal to-I With similar tactics Young Spooner H. Lewen. Tampa school i '
) ; Kiwanis
.. j Burial was made in the colored
.-' ',ii- '<' ernment its share of revenue clipped the hopes of the Home- book salesman. adds his name to''
'. ) :;;$i t.--! Maurice G Langford. chairman; here. He was not known
licenses charged under the federal land fighter.An the growing list of candidates for: ;
' .,rc 1 : : : Dr- B. A. Bourne and W. H. Webb. have been in communication with
water power act. unusually strong fight was congressman-at-large from Florida'
/?}::\ :.,r Classification and Membership : relatives.
State Treasurer W. V. Knott took presented between Joe Leavin. 140. with a formal announcemeLt of his
' \; ;:}I ,t i :, Elbert L- Stewart. chairman; :M.
.. the check from the treasurer of the of Lakeland, and a fighter signingin candidacy released at Trenton. I
; / r ;: Victor Blate, and W. C. Owen.
.' :'.:'" ,:r.,",;.,'_'-o' Activities United States to Attorney General as "Sailor Boy" of like weight in ,j .T.A- Plans Dance

. iftl1J:. Cary D Landis and asked into which a 6 round battle. Going for the GANDY BRIDGE TRAVELBY
,- ,., Dave G Alston. chairman. Dr. S. time at top speed both fighters gave
;t"' state fund the money should be ,
TOURIST HEAVY For Easter MondayThe
< 1\' ..J. Simmons W C. Hooker W- S. placed. The attorney general studied excellent accounts of themselves.,

:: ;7ffh Harvel and J. K. Mowry. state statutes and then decided The decision was giveL to the
'< .
.Y St. Petersburg. Feb. 3 -Upward
'Sailor. annual dance
given by
: ( ; there wa sno provision made for
trend In tourist arrivals seen
T Association will be
special use of the money.So given on
PIIILOSPHY STORE MOVES TO FT. MYERS the fact that the Gandy Bridge officials -;: Monday instead of Washing-
he told the treasurer to
place! that 3009 out-of-state
Among recent development in the the four cents in the general I II Kessler's. ready o wear dealer.I cars crossed westward over the .' birthday as was originally
Mrs. B. A. Bourne, presi-
Everglades is the establishment of treasury. I I moved its stock of goods back to bridge during January.. :More than I of the Parent-Teachers organi

E a weekly newspaper at Pahokee.The Fort Myers Monday after a stay of 500 of them were New .York State said yesterday.The .

first Issue of the Pahokee News ALL IN READINESS FOR I I six weeks in ClewistoL. The store I cars. I entertainment committee will
"" '- and Philosphy appeared Thursday LADIES AID OYSTER SUPPERAll had occupied a portion of the Alston soon. to make arrangements

; .. January 28th in a presentable eight building adjoining Alston's Drug OVER MILLION FOR SCHOOLS I a gala evening at the annual

,1 page presentation covering the developments is inreadiness for the Oyster FROM SALE OF AUTO LICENSES of the club.BILLIARD .
3 = in that section of the WRECK VICTIMS IMPROVED
and Pie supper to be given by the

V Everglades. Charles R. Barfield Is Ladies Aid Society of the Clewis- Judge and Mrs.Paul Deam and T. Tallahassee, Fc b. 3....-Motor Ve- DEMONSTRATIONBefore
editor and Louis C. Goolsby is list-
ton Community church which Is to W. Weeks victims of a serious au- hicle Commissioner W. S- :McLin today -

V ed as. business manager for the venture be given at the school building to tomobile accident here two weeks I announced he was turning over a crowd of persons esti-

: morrow Saturday :February 6th. ago. are reported to be steadily im- 1031.000 in automobile license at 100 Johnny 'Saunders pro-

?: ,:. Tickets have been placed on sale by proving. Both Judge Deam and Mr. I collections to the State Department pool and billiard expert.
.:;: : Mrs. Zeua Engley formerly of;
::,' Moore Haven. moved to Clewiston members of the organization and Weeks have improved sufficiently I of Public Instruction for distribution a demonstration of fancy cue

; thisweelf "make her home. friends. and they are expecting a to attend to business. Mrs. Deam I I'I to Florida's county school systeraa. at Musgrave's poo. ] room here

BRtiefoctory attendance ( still In tb, Lakeside hospital here. j a)' nfht.,



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Published every Friday In Clowiston, Stepping Stone to Success and grains. Experimental growing

NEWS Dixie County Advocate gives was not limited to grains. alfalfa
Florida by the <
Inc. the following interesting, Informa- rtif i oo Late By Judge<< John W. Dodge and grasses, but included vegetables .u)

tion on Florida: "Time and tide wait for no man," :flowers and trees. '

Entered as second class matter Our state ,has its seven wonders C(2o is an old saying .full of' meaning. "Through all the years of his I

February 1, 1927, at the Post Offfc e, and among natural ones, the fol- fitlil: elassifyBy and one needed but neglected. Be busy life, Washington interested

at Clewiston, Florida, under the Ac lowing (1) The coral islands, keys punctual in all things: himself in building up the fertilityof

of March 3, 1897.A and reefs off the southern end ot RUSSELL KAY The failure to be present on the his lands. He studied the stand-

Florida the only part of the United Secretary, Florida Press AssociationBy job at a particular time is often: ard works on agriculture and car-

newspaper devoted to the bes States growing in area. In years I the cause of great loss not only to ried on numerous original exper-

to doubt these keys will ourselves but to others. It exhibits
Interests of Hendry County, Florida. come no iments. Crop rotation was regularly -

Its leading newspaper. become part of mainland by reasonof Russell Kay: ,several bad traits., practiced on his plantations.! j
The Well, another promising AMA- When I late I have possibly
the channels filling up. ((2)) am "Washington bought the newest
St. Johns River the largest and TURE has entered the! ring.-The inconvenienced others; I have upset in
Subscription rate: per year$2.00( improved farm machinery offered
longest river flowing north in the big idea in the Governor's race their plans; I have delayed action;
of of Florida ..___ his day. Not satisfied with the
Outside State
$2.60 seems to be "a lick and a promise"Lick allowed else
Uniied States and tidal for more I have something some ,
work of his plows he made a designof
than a hundred miles. (3) Silver your opponents and promisethe word ,some idea. some action, to take
he cast and
his own which had
Advertising rates furnished on ap Springs in Marion county with a voters. Anyhow you folks that effect; and the other party gets ina liked better. Likewise, Washington

plication. flow of water to make a stream have been squakin' about wantin'a bad frame of mind. build-
his farm
took great pride in
business instead ,of Politi-
float steamboats. man a
deep enough to My tardiness creates the feeling
ings which he carefully planned and
Business office. Clewiston News cian for your Chief Executive
(4) The Sponge fishing on the can
in others that I am not to be relied kept in excellent repair.
Clewiston, Florida. Editorial and Gulf Coast the only one in the take Hart now that the Merchants on-that I' cannot be depended up
have got him w rkir.' in their "The Mount Vernon cattle included -
Advertising, same. United States. (5) Royal Palms out on-that I am pot :orderly in my
training Well. I'm I some of the best strains which
camp.- glad to
Park, in Dade County developedby habits-that I will act in important, "
see somebody puttin' their Hart in had been introduced into Virginia.
Federation of Women'sClubs.
Telephone 339COOPERATION the State matters in the same way. Businessmen
(6) Lake Okeechobee, the the thing.-Considerin' all the High I are obliged to trust one an-
bond pressure'we been sufferin' HINTS TO HOUSEWIVESBy
largest body of water solely within other-if you disappoint or incon-
WINS from. it's only natural we would
the boundaries
of one state(7) venience them you are thought less
The largest phosphates deposits and develop a little Hart trouble: But if of by them. Lucy Belle Settle

The lion and the lamb have lain mines in America. Other lists can Hart fails .to Beat they'll probablycall I WINDOW SHADESFor

down together. No longerare or- be made to include the Ocklawaha.the it a dead heat. II'il Time is money to the business very littlecost, the window

ganized labor and capital waiting crookedest navigable river in man-If you take up his time by!I i shades in your home can add exact-
And if you want to help yourself your delays make him suffer a:'
with machines of destruction to blot America disappearing and under- you ly the right note of color to the
; to a big dose of Confidence take I loss-you make him lose
out the other. They have amicably grown rivers and lakes and sea my money.' room, soften and control the light
advice and visit the South Florida He not openly upbraid but
may you, .and protect draperies and furniture -
discussed their differences and form- beaches the finest in the world. your .
Fair at Tampa.N February 2 to 13th.1 he will nevertheless charge his I
I from to the sun.
ulated a plan of campaign for the existence here of trees not known to exposure
common good of all concerned. not botanists elsewhere on earth; an If that show of Florida's resources I loss up to you-and some day you I A shade should be long enough "-

and advantages don't snap you up I will pay for it, in one way or another that it cannot tear from the roller -
only for themselves but for the en- abundance of temperate and sub- I so ;:c" i
tire population of the country. tropical vegetation in the form of and restore your faith then you'rel I to your own loss. .I 'when it is drawn down to the0..:.:'

Announcement was made Mondayof trees shrubs, vines plants flowers just hopeless.When'you walk The day a note falls due at the bottom of the sill. Be sure that you
through those exhibit buildings and 1 bank'' if there foot
you are punctually you purchase shades longer than
railroad employees to bushes etc., the
agreeing grasses, mosses
get an full of what this state !
eye can
more easily it than window
accept a ter.: percent reduction in oldest house in the United may renew you your opening.
t'o produce as evidenced by magnificant will be able to do the next day. The The quality of the shade cloth is;
for of States the hotelin
wages a period one year go ; largest frame
displays of our commercial, indus- next day the banker feels differently another particular aspect that affects -
into effect February first. This an- the world; the overseas
trial and agricultural wealth, it just towards and of
nouncement after 17 to West which you. the service appearance
came only railway Key on
naturally ruins appetite'as far
days of conference between headsof trains roll along on tracks 16 feet your Make punctuality a matter of your windows. Because shades are
as the depression is' concerned.-
railroads and representatives of above the water and for long habit-a matter of courtesy-a mat- not the most conspicuous or attract-
Then you can park wife In the
your window decoration
some two million railroad workers. stretches out of sight" land; the ter of consistence and honor. ive element of
Flower Show while
The conference was marked by its Bok Singing Tower near Lake Punctuality signifies ,that you regard many women economize on them. It
. across the grounds and take a peekat
friendly spirit prevailing betweenthe Wales and the $25,000.000 RinglingArt the other man-it helps to is not necessary to buy the most ex-
the Cigar Manufacturer's exhibit
two varied types of business. Museum at Sarasota. etc. ,j make and keep friends-It creates pensive shade cloth on the market

Should the railroads have beer: Travelers in the time of Alexan- where you see the girls pack and confidence in you by others.-it I but it is most advisable to select, a ,
orders in businessitsells I closely woven, durable fabric. preferably I
compelled to continue with wages as der the Great selected the seven means repeat

prevailed before the conference, the most ,marvelous works of the day Up in Midville. Georgia accord- you to others, in ways.you least I handmade cambric. Just as I

railroads would have been forced to and called them the Seven Wondersof Ing to the Miami Post, the City dream of.Business. the' best dress materials are firmly I II

dissolve as conditions are. in no wise the World. These were the Pyr- Council has doped out a brand new industry, progress and I'woven and unfilled so are the best I

favorable to railroads successful amids of Egypt the Hanging Gar- idea in the selection of' Municipal success depend largely upon punc-., shade cloths. Good shade fabric :

operation. The workers' representatives dens of Babylon the Statute of employees. Instead of each ,memberof ality in- the meeting and keeping of ( Continued on Page 3)

must have realized that Zeus of Olympia. the Temple of the Board slippin' as many jobsto all kinds of obligations and duties. I ___ \

should the railroads be forced to Diana at Ephesus. the Mausoleum as many relatives, and friends as I Punctuality keeps up with time and

the wall, many of the two million at Rhodes and the Pharos, (light- he possibly can they take 'em out I,tides in all our affairs of life. Be I 666 I

workers whom they represented house) at Alexandria. Of those on the court house steps and auc: Punctual. I

would have been thrown out of em- great accomplisments of ancient tion 'em off to the lowest'bidder.. LIQUID TABLETS SALVE

ployment. But if the workers agreedto days only the pyramids remain in If you want to be- Chief of Police FATHER OF HIS COUNTRY 6G6 Liquid or Tablets used internally -

a small reduction in wages the anything like their original form to- and will take the job for 100 smackers ALSO FIRST, IN AGRICULTUREThe and 680 Salve externally make a 'I.

tide might be stemmed and thous- day. a month when the other guy complete and effective treatment for "

ands of their fellow unionized brothI wants $200, boy, you get it, andit bicentennial of George Wash Colds. '
I :t :t. :: :J' birth is being celebratedthis
ers added to the pay rolls of the 1 don't make any difference whose ington's Most Speedy Remedies Known
; cousin you are. or how you voted. year, and an earnest effort is
transportation companies. agreed
1 Ask Your Druggist for Particulars
made to relearn of
that the railroad situation was ser .BAGASSE. i And will that little racket bring being something I

ious. down the cost of Government? I'll the character, greatness, and sound

8 it will with a great big noisy principles of the "Father of his . .;............................ . ..... I
conference i say .NN. .HNNNN. . . . .NNMNN.MN. .
But the outcome of a C I.
between heads of 200 roads and representatives thud. If you want to find out how Country". While he was great as a ........................................................................................................ "
WANTED:, One chest, either new over-worked and under paid a lot soldier and as president. Washington "
of 2.000,000 workers \
ended and entirely'satis- or second hand, and it doesn't matter of our public employees really are, was first of all a farmer. And I C. E. STEBEL
so much what kind of chest as just try offering their jobs to other he was the best in his day, following
for the railroads the workers. -
factorily long as it looks it might be used to good men who'll take 'em for less.I practices which are sound and good Dealer in
and the public. The effect of I I
hold money. If you have a chest mean you'd be surprised.Of f to this day.
General Electric
the conference will be far reachir.gin Refrigerators
you don't need call write, phone. course it would be a lousy trickto An article in The Farm Journal I
its effect since for the first time
wire or deliver to Jim Beardsley or play on the poor politicians. recently had these things among I Electrochef Stoves
in dlabor have
history capital an
Mrs. Fred Moltz for the Clewiston tarovvin' the burden of their unfor- others to say ,about him, :

put aside all petty personal differences Community Chest. The reason they tunate relatives right back on their "Washington was such a tireless..1 Radios and<< Supplies
united for the common
and want a chest is not necessarily a own shoulders. and denyin' 'em the I searcher for new ways of obtaining Radio<< Repairing
good place in which to keep the subscriptions privilege of rewardin' their friends. better results from his five farms I 'j
Pahokee Florida
'Such cooperation will a de-
to the chest fund but they You know some day Mr. and Mrs. that he made 'Mount Vernon resem-
cided benefit to industry.
any would like to show something tangible Taxpayer are gonna wake up and ble an1 agricultural experiment station :":":":..:NN:..:NI':'.:HNNN NN:NNNNI :NHH:

WHEN THEY COME that looks like a chest to the begin to wonder why it is that the ., He was constantly on the I.r................................................................................................... ,

ciddies at school who were so anxIous cost of Government has to keep ''I

to see the chest everyone is goin' up when the cost of everythingelse
found significant line '
We have a
talking about. has been goin' down'.
in the platform of the Florida State
Any retired pirate, bucaneer Maybe the kind of Governmentwe
Chamber of Commerce which we -
curio dealer or what not having such been gettin' is worth what We:
might quote, and draw a moral for ,
a chest on hand they would not mind pay for it, but I'll bet if it was lay-
all who read. The idea emphasizedis
being used for display purposes can in' out on the counter with the price 1
that after we have done .every '
get a load off their chest by unloading tag on it where everybody could BUILDERSWANTED
thing possible to invite the tide of ,
their chest on the Community see it. the darn thing would rot before -
travel and capital into Florida we
Chest. (Now that's a chesty anyone would step up to the I
them both
should "strive to keep
statement.) clerk and say "Ain't that pretty,
when they come.
wrap it up for me."
Here is where there are frequent Some time ago a salesman for '

failures with consequent loss for the something or other called in Clew- And ain't the Republicans got

state. iston on1 his rounds and gave mapsas fun.-They just get all fixed to use

To bring an influx of visitors, of premiums with his salesWe their Bean in the campaign and then

new residents. of Investors.. is a fine would give the name of the productbut their Skipper goes haywire and

thing, but, after all. the work is that would be advertising and wants to sink the ship. They must

only half done then. We must showa this column is not an advertising have a lot of frozen assets the way I

willing friendliness a desire to cooperate medium). Anyway his map was they're quarrelin' about a Pryor

. to meet everyone half way. supposed to be, up to date with all claim. Accordin' to the papers they Substantial inducements are -

We must avoid anything which tendsto the latest information but for some run out of buffalo meat at the Party

unknown reason it listed Clewis- but there was plenty of Bull. Just
indicate a grasping of selfish spirit. offered relieve the
There is nothing which tends to ton's population at 300. The census the same Mr. Howey ain't nobody's. to acute

discourage the tourist the home- taker must have come at a time doormat and I'm bettin': that all the I

seeker, the Investor., as does an at- when all but 300 were busy. for he dust in the Governor's race won't I housing shortage

titude of greed. We are all acquainted missed 984 of Clewiston's 2284 pop- be in front of him. Everybody will now pre-

with the type of citizen who. ulation. Or maybe he counted '300 know Hooey is before the cam-

when he thinks he has a purchaser, and then found them so genial he paign's over anyhow.And vailing in Clewiston .
quit at flic even number. Funny
will raise a pribe out of all reason.
because any town would have an even hun- now that Mr. Bentley has
simply he believes he can
dred in population. went and left the Road Departmentflat
get away with it. He usually loses
it's back a lot of folks are
on ,
his customer, and the
city. county
.f !
Among conspicuous things in wondering where he'll Bob up next. ;
and state lose an investor, a new ...
Clewiston are many bright and shiny I don't know any more about it -
resident. who might have been of
automobile license tags, (practically than you ,do. but I'll bet he'll man-
incalcuable benefit to the
wealth. common- unused) bought shortly( and very age somehow, or somebody. THE'

shortly) before February first in

We cannot be too careful too order to save paying the 25 percent Up to Dad

tactful too considerate when deal- penalty imposed for delinquent buy-
Another advantage to naving father
ing with visitors. Each one is a ing. Other bright and shiny articles play with the children Is that it be- CLEWISTON COMPANYPHONE

prospective resident, ,a possible pur- seen are many: blue and gold comefe father's duty to explain why

chaser or Investor. We reed hun- K's, the emblem of the Kiwanis the new skillet was being used --. i 102
dreds, thousands of such in this
Club. One provision of the Kiwanis
home pint' In the hn phnll came.!
section, and throughout Florida. We club is that only two members of ;; ADMINISTRATION BUILDING CLEWISTON, FLORIDA L

have much to offer them and hope each classification can become members one classification putting emblemsof

for interest and financial responseon of each classajtwoe mf hr mmb their window side by side-it I

their part,. If they: see fit to make bers. Suppose this was done in or- might be misunderstood for the --

it.-St. Augustine Record- der to prevent three Kiwanians in KKK.



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Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Kelly spent PERSONALSBobby

:.,;#:.- Personal Mention the week-end In Miami. Hare motored to Pahokee I

A. A. Munroe motored to West to the movies Sunday afternoon.
i' Palm Beach Sunday on business.J. I BLUE and WHITE VA ISEditorial SCJ( I I'I'I I

I Emma Laura Bethea became ill
Frank Cothern was Sunday vis L- Taylor and Capt. Hurd L. Tuesday and had to be sent home.

itor to LaBelle. Reeves. of LaBelle, were in
: ... ton Tuesday on business- CleWiS-I Miss Jeanette Morgan spent the
Staff the LaBelle, sextet walloped it by
.' a '. Mr. and Mrs- Harry Turner spent a week-end in Lakeland.
Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Criss. Editor in Chief Mary Louise Oglesby 46-9 count.
Sunday in LaBelle.
'..,..... -" onville, were among the Mondayout Assistant Editor ..._ liaison Avant Rider of LaBelle stepped in front
.; Mary Louise Oglesby motored to
.. of town visitors in Clewiston. Assistant Editor ...... Mae Lily Stone for scoring honors by hanging 31
'1 Keith Hartsfield was a week-end Pahokee Saturday afternoon.
i :. Sports Editor ........ Richard Bestor*points for her team; Padgett an-
visitor Fort '
to Myers.
; \ : George W. Bourne. of Tampa I Sports Editor ...-..._ Evelyn Hare nexed four. Bethea of Clewiston Mathiaswas
Annie absent Tues-
". .' .''' transacted business in Clewiston Humor Editor ......._.. Usler Mathis j chalked 4 counters and Wynn
; ;. Miss Jeanette Morgan was a visitor day.
: Monday. I Social Editor _...__.... Betty Spicer slashed the net for two more.
3 ''i. : to Lakeland over the week-end.
..., ;... 1: Cartoonist _...._....._ Anne Mathis
.);- Richard and George Bestor attended -
.:': : -----' Father F. J. Finnegan rector of Business Manager _...__. Roy Green LaBELLE COPS FAST 19.15
_':: J. Evans of West Palm Beach the theatre in West Palm
the St. Catholic church.was WIN OVER CLEWISTON FRIDAY
,' : ; was here Monday on a business visit. Beach Sunday night.
: f
a recent visitor in Lake Worth.E. PRESERVE THE BUILDING
/ / -
'. "Clewiston played a sparklinggame
Hare absent from
1 States. Attorney, Guy M. Stray- : Butler motored Evelyn was
B. to Bartow.
but just couldn't hit the basket"
i : ': horn of Fort Myers. was a business : Any respectable boy or girl wantsto school :Monday and Tuesday_ on account -
a : visitor here Monday. where he spent Monday attending have a nice school building. And is the way one spectator des- of illness.

'" court. .although we have one. we will have cribed last Friday's game with La-
I I Belle in which the visitors walkedoff Bonnie Mabry was absent Tuesdayon
to be careful in order to keep it in
:;" Bill Scaggs. of Tampa was among Bill Wallace spent several days
; '
with account of illnessA.
-' such splendid condition. the large end of a 19-15 -
: the out of town business visitors this week visiting friends In West :
:"" ,:: .:' here Monday. Palm Beach. Carelessness is the principal L. Stallings the County Sup-
.......,< cause of buildings being marred. At the end of the first half La- erinteLdent of schools. visited here

:,.. (:.. F. P. Murphy, of Fort Myers, was HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES I and this is especially true of school Belle stood out in front with a 11 Friday. '

'i,:', :. in Clewiston Monday on a business (Window Shades) buildings. Some people seem not to 8 lead over Clewiston: but in the
:,'. > ': visit. to care whether they preserve a final minutes of the game Clewiston CHAPEL PROGRAMThe

1 i Continued from page two) beautiful school building or destroy put on a brilliant rally which came
'--.. will not pinhole. crack or tear tinder near upsetting the dope bucket. ninth and tenth grade had
j ;... Herbert Thomas motored to Mi- it. They will throw crayon or erasers -
l : ,: .-. ami where he spent the past week- ordinary wear and exposure. both of which make chalk dust Bill Hooks of Clewiston. Marketteand the program in Chapel Friday JaL-

i \ end. Self-striped and patterened shadesin lodge in the woodwork of the build- Bannon of LaBelle tied for uary 29. The following made up

r \ soft neutral colors afford a ing and mars the appearance of the scoring honors for'the game each the program:

Miss Bonceil Stone and Casey pleasant change from plain shade interior. Then. there are those being credited with 6 points- Hareof Song-Assembly.

: -j Jones were Sunday visitors to West cloth. A low, wide window can be who will always throw paper'and Clewiston ranked second with Devotionals-Mary Louise Ogles-

: Palm Beach. giver: the illusion of added height by other trash on the floors and desks. five points; and Anderson LaBelle by.,

--i:. the use of vertically striped shade giving a very untidy apperance to and Avant of Clewiston. with four Song-Assembly.

,- cloth. Charming self-patterened the rooms and halls. It is much points each to their credit stood at Reading-Evelyn Hare.
Miss Elsie Hare and Van Cothern
shades in floral. cloud. and frost effects easier to study in a neat clean third place. Song-Ninth and tenth grades-
attended the theatre in Moore. Haven -
are available in white ivory room than in one with paper strewn Lineup: Clewiston-Hare and "Somewhere in Old Wyoming".
Saturday night
pongee, fawn, and gray. These figured over the floor. Hooks. forwards; Avant. center; Pantomine-Ninth and tenth
shades are not appropriate for Lowe and George Hooks guar s. grades.
Mr- and Mrs B. R. Reed left the Another bad feature In1 many
for windows with flowered or' large J LaBelle-Markette and Bannon for-
first part of the week for Moore schools, and this can not be attributed Inventions Exercise-Betty Spl-
patterened draperies or curtains. wards; Anderson, center; Harris
Haven where they will reside.Mr. I to carelessness is walls defacedby eer.
They may be used however for wIndows and Bronson guards. Talk-Mr. Stallings.Mr. .
knife marks where initials, carv-
with simple sheer glass curl Langford made a few an-
ings and other blemishes ruin the
and Mrs. Marvin Pape, of ains or plain over-draperies of a MRSHOOKER ENTERTAINS
nouncements and Chapel was
general looks of a school room. Any
,: Moore Haven, were visitors in Clew- solid color:
one guilty of this conduct can not dismissed.
Sunday night. Mrs. Jewel Hooker birth-
:J gave a
pretend carelessness. is malici-
day party in honor of Mae Lily' Stone MARY BUSCH ENTERTAINSMary
Miss Bonceil Stone and Casey ous.The Tuesday night. Games and, dancingwere
Jones attended the theatre :in Paho- unbap ilkfjool first impression one gets ofa enjoyed and delicious refresh- Busch entertained at a

kee Sunday night. school building 'is the backgroundof ments were served. Those who attended fudge party Sunday nite. Fudgewas
.. its Let us, in Clewiston,
I --- campus. and
Ion were: made bridge was enjoyed.
MiSs Jamye Williams, Miss Eliza- be more careful about putting lunch Mae Lily Stone. Mary Busch. Ar;- Those who attended were:

beth West and Miss Elaanor Win- papers on the campus. Another nie Mathis. Emma Laura Bethea. Betty Spicer, Mary Busch. Edwin

; tie spent the past week-end in Fort FOR FEBRUARY 7, 1932. thing, we should take more pride in Betty ,Spicer. :Mary Louise Oglesby, Ward, Tommy Hooks. and Van

Myers. SUBJECT: The Slavery of. Sin the shrubbery about our building. Lily Murel Wynn. Evelyn Hare Bob- Busch.

(Temperence Lesson.) Although our climate and soil are by Hare Herbert Halter, George

Mr. and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, Miss GOLDEN TEXT: '"Whosoever;very conducive to beautiful shrub- Hooks, William Hooks Tommy Evelyn-The man I marry must

Mae Drew and Joe Johnson were committeth sin is the servant of bery it is up to us to take care of Hooks. Thomas Jones Edwin Ward, have common sense.

among 'the Sunday visitors to West siJl." John 8:34. the plants after they are started. If Van Busch. Hookie Avant, Merrel Mae Lily-Absurd!

; Palm Beach. LESON TEXT: Matt. 24:45-51; we want our campus to continue to Lowe Junior Croft and James

John 8:31-36. '(Some of the commentaries -, look well we must protect it. Wynn. Merrel Van, what makes you

I Mrs. E. B. Butler and son, Jim- omit the verses from sleep so much?
I LaBELLE GIRLS BEAT LOCALSBY Van-I sleep so I won't have to
' mie are visiting friends and rela- Mathew). BOOSTER'S CLUB ENTERTAINSThe
.. SMOOTH WORKING MACHINE be idle. I always like to be doing
y %. tives in Tampa for a few days. OUTLINE OF LESSON: Intemperance -!

'.t and stewardship; Slavery Booster's Club entertainedthe something.

Mrs.. C. C. Wilson and Mrs. T.. V. and Freedom.The I LaBelle's smooth working. per- LaBelle and Clewiston basket .J***..*.**4*****..*.+*..****..*..*..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.......:..:..:..:..:.
fectly timed basketball sextet ran ball teams after the 'Friday
Watson were Tuesday visitors to following is from the lesson i I game

.," West Palm Beach reference to' Mathew; "Who then isf rampant over the Clewiston girls evening. Miss Morgan played the REWARDA
here Friday it. a classy exhibition of piano and everybody had a good
.. a faithful and wise servant, whom
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Stewart and court Final LaBelle 35.
play. score time. Refreshments of ice cream
his lord, hath made ruler over his reward will be paid for the recovery -
daughter and son-in-law spent the Clewiston 6.Although and cookies were served.
house-hold, to give them meat in of a brown pocketbook con-
week-end in Clewiston. due season?" J bested from the opening taining cards and, identification pa-

", very whistle to the close ,of the game, ROber-t. Jr-Dad. if I save you pers lost the early part of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. G. M.: Burle. of Tam- Some Jews had become Clewiston's girls put up a hard fight five dollars will you give it to me? No questions will be asked.J. .

wealthy and had many servants.1Over for every point aLd struggled val- Robert. Sr. Why, yes. my son. J. HARRINGTON,
Dionday. those the master usually se-I
iantly to hold the fast 'working team Robert. Jr.-Well. you rememberyou Administration IDdg.

', .,1. lected one as chief servant or([from LaBelle to a low score.. Much promised me five dollars if I

Mr. and Mrs. T. V. Watson have steward It is of this steward that i! improvement was shown in the local passed my studies this semester andI . . . . . .
returned to Clewiston after touringthe the text says, "Blessed is that 1:NNN, :NNNN NNNN, MNMNMM NNMNNNM NON
II team over its play a month ago when didn't pass. saving you five dollars.
state in the interest of Robert servant. whom his lord when' he
Cochran company. cometh shall find so doing. he,I -- ---

shall make him ruler over all his,.
Mrs. E. E. Kelly of Daytona goods." Many times the common i!

. '. Beach is spending several days in servants would be badly treated by!

' : Clewiston1 visiting Mr. Kelly and the overseer. who would indulge in:

.,:- Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Shelley. drinking and carousing with the!) y MARCH 1931

:- .>' .: bad element of the servants. Of I <. -.>. : J
'"'. that kind of steward the text says.I I i '
:f: Mrs- E. L. Stewart. Mrs. J. A. Mc-

': 0 Gehee. and Miss Dorothy Mormon "But and if that evil servant* j /j Y : A SIGNIFICANT DATE : :E :.

, "'Iii- spent several days of the past week shall begin to smite his fellow servants -'I : :

r 'r J., in West Palm Beach. and to eat and drink with '

:,1 the him drunken asunder.; The and lord appoint*. him shall
Mrs. C. W. McDonald left the : s\
portion with the hypocrites; there I sf. .
early part of the week for Orlando. ,
shall be weeping and gnashing of ." ,.
where she'was called on account of "
teeth." 1 <::.: -
.. the illness of her father. /
;r. .. As applied to ourselves everyone
MrS. Joe Zanone. of Nashville., who enjoys the blessing of life is

::. Tenn, arrived SULday to spend sev-' a steward thereof as especially are I

eral weeks in Clewiston as the guest those; who profess to serve him. and Almost a year ago the News conducted a successful

;;. of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Munroe. all professed Christians. c
,,> subscription campaign, in which many new names were
It is the duty of the steward to
J. Hardin Peterson, of Lakeland, work for the best interest of Christ added to our mailing list. '
candidate for congressman: from the
and His work. What is this stew-

. '< .. first congressional district,. was in ard's duty in regard to the making, You have now been receiving the News for almost _
J Clewiston Monday in the interest of
sale and use of alcoholic drink. and
his a and if subscribed for only one sub-
.: ;' : candidacy. narcotic drugs? If Christ were on year you year, your

,...\:' earth today, do you believe he scription will soon expire.

'..; ; H. C. Williamson, of Wichita and would encourage those things?

./. : :-:"' H. W. Scharber of Atlanta. representatives Would he advise you to drink or to You will want the paper to continue being sent to
., 0' :.: of the All-Steel Product use opiates? If you could thought-

.''.,.::; ',' Company of Wichita were among fully and honestly say you believe you, so why not re-new now to prevent any. delay in ex. .,'

:.;. .'"; ;.., the recent business visitors in Clew- Christ would advise these things tending the date?
' ..: ,.::: iston. then you might advocate their

,It ',4' manufacture sale and use, exceptfor

I Among those registering at the three things: You would violate .

,"'. Clewiston Inn during the past week the laws of your country, and your

'- ",,.:. 1 were Steve Woodward, of Tampa, duty to God and you would injure I. -

.n.' J S. Craft. of Tampa Newt Crowder. your fellow men and their families. :

of Tampa. A. C. Lewis of Tampa If you do not accept God or Christ,

Julius C. Phillips of Pahokee, yet it is your moral duty to aid

George W. Truitt. of Jacksonville. your fellow man (and Women) to

t Mr. and MrsE.. Cullings, of Charlotte avoid the use and dangers of such

,- N. C., C. F. Walton, Jr., ot' drinks and opiates. and to support THE CLEWISTON NEWSIn

.. :>. Washington. D C.. J. J. Grumel. of' laws prohibiting such things. Your

11 Birmingham. Ala.. C. A. Wurtel. ot individual wfsh and will cannot
Miami. H. E. Lowery of Stuart. Mr. change those duties. The Center of America's New Sugar Bowl

and Mrs. H. W. Van Loesecke ot
The lesson then takes up John -
: Winter Haven and M. M. Kniner i
8:31-36. "Then said Jesus to those
Washington, D. C-
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from various fertilizer dealers and I I official of the Pennsuco company.

unbapHestefon cbooI see smen. These are best appliedas 'Hendry Soil UnhurtBy I said hundreds of feet of leveep protecting -

dusts. They are slow in killingthe I "Singing Lady"p I the sugar plantation were

\\orms- Scattered FlamesIn ablaze, and workmen sought to "cut

out" the burning muck stripe. The "4f'

+ CHEVROLET REDUCES PRICE Everglades AreaMuck cutting out process meant ripping .

OX 1032 AUTOMOBILES: big holes in the levees as a fire
(Continued From I'JIRC 3) l
Jews which believed on him. If ye The most complete commercialline lands fires raged on widely break.

continue in1 my word. then are ye ever built by Chevrolet Motor separated fronts in the Florida Everglades Graham said the fire was started

my disciples indeed; And ye shall Company, goes on display in dealer's while private agencies battled from: two sources, one by campers

know the truth. and the truth shall showrooms today the Clewis- the flames in; some sections along the Tamlami trail' and an-
make you free. They answered him. ton Motor Company announced this ind others were unopposed.A another he believed by hunters
Abraham's seed and few small fires who fired the tall saw grass to chase
We be were week. Three new chassis and 28 but none of con-

never in bondage how sayeth new bodies covering 90 per cent of sequence, were burning this weekin out game.

thou, Ye shall be made free?" The all commercial needs are featured. parts of Hendry county. All were No lives are endangered by the
much of its fire, he said, and no property under
Jewish race had passed New low prices. with reductionsas laccd[ under control soon after being -

time in slavery in Egypt. in high as $65 on some models, are ignited. and damages to propertyin cultivation thus far has been at-

Babylon; under Syria and under included in the 1932 price range. the county is negligible.An tacked.
the Romans. But Jesus called The rich muck soil of the Everglades --
Tw nty-eight standard production area roughly nine miles long
their attention to Spiritual slavery is highly inflammable when
models. an increase of eight over and seven miles ,wide near the sugarplantation
or servitude. "Verily, verily, I say last year comprise the 1932 Chev- of the. Pennsuco Farming dry. When a fire starts it frequently -

unto ;you, Whosoever committethsin rolet commercial line. company In northwestern burns until rain soaks the grounds
is the servant of sin." The fires burn to a depth of three
Increased power, a smoother county was with smoldering -
That statement is most vital to clutch and a more rigid frame are flames.In or four feet, or until the coral rock
Christian. If her phenomenal Is reached. and ov-
every professed they FOLLOWING Broward formation sweep
outstanding features. Other refinements county another fire
continue In sin, they are the ser- include roomier, neater Chicago, where sho raged, and citizens of Fort Lauder- er thousands of acres- The result is
Jesus said "Ye made her radio debut about eight ruined for cultivation
vants of sin. And soil Virtually
cabs. newly designed wheels, silent months ago. Kellogg's "Singing dale appealed to Governor Carltor

cannot serve two masters"; you syncro-mesh transmission on the Lady," a program designed accordIng and other, officials for aid. The purposes.

cannot serve God and Satan at the half-ton models. stronger springsand to the best of modern kinder state however had no authority tc

same time.therefore stronger rear axle. garten theory as a service for appropriate funds to fight the fires Learn to Hate Fear

shall make you free. ye The engine develops greater mothers, teachers and children Is Governor Carlton told Representative 1 vehemently bate these miserable -

Jesus said to them, "If the Sor horsepower throughout the entire to be broadcast over the NBC Blue Rogers of Fort Lauderdale. fenrs;' they do not arise:; from the

shall be free indeed." We cannotbe speed range. reaching a peak of 53 Network every afternoon except Several smaller fires also were re- greatness of our distrust Why should
Saturdays and Sundays, beginning
freed from Sin. except through fear the world. whenwe
horsepower at 2.800 revolutions per January 11 th. ported. we t-omiuerpd
Christ- That does not mean: that Levees Fire have the on our side?-
minute. This additional power insures In this comparatively brief time on cnnquerer
we do not or will not commit sin. 'chil Ernest R. Graham of Miami Luther to Melanrthon
better acceleration in trafficas more than 40,000 mothers and ai 1

for we all do. well as providing sufficient tor- dren have written, expressing their / ..;,..

But if we accept Christ as our for exceptional pulling power at appreciation to the "Singing Lady." . . . . . . . . . . . . . l1---f
que .. .. .... .............................
mediator with God. and rely on the Endorsed by authorities as beingone NNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN. . . . .NN. .NNN.. .N.NNNNNNNNNM. . . . . . .
sacrifice he made for us. then whenwe low speeds. Down-draft carbure- of the most constructive child f. : : : : .
tion contributes to the smooth. quiet .t
sin the charge therefor is made programs ever arranged, "The .
operation and increased power developed "
W. K.
Singing Lady, presented by
him and he the penalty =
pays by the Improved Chevrolet Kellogg of Battle Creek, will sing % FOREMOST HEALTH INSTITUTION ;iY
for .
us.Applying engine. Over-choking has been elim- the songs and tell the stories dearto Y

this lesson to prohibition inated by a split choke which pre- childhood.At :X The only 50000.00 Baths in Florida, with separate departments :

we might say. "The prevailing determines the maximum amount of the same time, she will teach ; for men and womengiving thorough drugless treatments that XJ _

attitude of indifference or opposi- choking for ordinary conditions and many constructive things-encourage J,: comprise modern methods of restoring health with decisive re- ):
tion the of the : children to eat proper food,
on part younger
suits at
yet permits full choke when necessary J1 astonishingly low rates. ;
people arises, in part from the fact form habits of healthful play, sleep V

that their experience does not in- and exercise and all the while ;X Excellent hotel accomodations, baths, treating rooms, sun baths fa_

clude the conditions that made drysof BIG SHRIKE PARTY AT TAMPA work to develop imagination and A and gymnasium under one roof. House physician in attendance XY

their, parents." build character. always. Tiled mineral water pool adjoining baths. X
Coming on the air just before
A true description of "the Sa Shrine 'Day at the South FloridaFair. children's evening meal, when the A Treatments recommended for Stomach disorders, Eczema, Skin :Xy

loon" does not seem real to them. Thursday, February llth bids average mother Is busiest and ;t Eruptions, Kidney Diseases, Neuritis. Arthritis, Rheumatic and f

They cannot understand nor believe fair to rival the famed conquest of when it is of most importance that A liver Disorder. .s:

that it could produce such Gasparilla and will probably out- the children be quiet and restful f XY

conditions as existed in and around strip it from the standpoint of fun "The Singing Lady" will broadcast Write for free descriptive folder {.

the isted.average To saloon maintain when prohibition they ex and Potentate frolic. Stanley Price has received every Sundays afternoon: from, except 5:30 Saturdaysand to 5:45.E.S.T. | DR. BARTH'S HOTEL AND BATHS :f

against alcoholic drink and narcotic assurances from Shrine clubsin WJR .,and over WGAR'WJZ,; WLW from, 5:15 WBAL to, .|. One. Spring Boulevard XX ;

drugs the young people must be many neighboring cities that they 5:30, C.S.T., over WENR, WREN. : SAFETY HARB OR. FLORIDA fa: I IA

educated effects; and in the Christians schools must as to realize their ing are coming bands drum 100 percent corps, and clowns bring-and KOIL 6-15 over and WON KWK, and from 6:00 to *.......W...*.%.......................................................................................................................................................'.....'..................................or:. I

that prohibition Is not only a entertainers.: The city will be I I

religious question but a moral one. turned over to them and during the XO THUMBERS :.->-:+:..:..X-->>:..: :..:- :**: %*%*%*%*%*%*tt*****:**:**:...:**:**:**:*%.*V****:**:*%..:**?%'*%'***-****?*'?
for which all good citizens should morning hours happy bands of roving A

work. Unfortunately some chudch Shriners in gay uniforms will doa Mississippi may assume a lead- .

leaders think the churches are the SerpentiLe dance visiting the lead- ership in the drive against hitch- BUY YOUR I
only source of temperance and pro- ing hotels and business establishments hikers, those nusiances who stand i ;

hibition; and the shrewd opponentsof Any one found with a frown by the wayside and solicit rides OF THE
those principles are delighted to will be captured and taught to from passing motorists. A bill has ADELMAN'S PIPE & STEEL CO. | _

help spread those teachings and be- smile. Everyone must forget their been introduced in the legislature I X _.

liefs ,to prevent a union of all I worries and be happy on this occa- to prohibit any person stopping I I

moral people in support of temperance sion.The signaling moving vehicles to beg I :' WE CARRY THE MOST COMPLETE STOCK 'OF NEW AND :_.:
and its enforcement. Shrine Parade will be a brilliant for transportation, or to solicit alms I
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affair and there will be a sec- or attempt to sell anything.This sIN
.CABBAGE INSECTS TROUBLESOME tion that will bring howls of laughter. THE STATE OF FLORIDA IN SIZES FROM 3-82 AND :z:
is rather drastic
a measure.
INV AR WINTERS Many new and unique features but a plan that will discourage the t LARGER, FOR ALL PURPOSES. SUCH AS DREDGING :J!:

have been arranged and it will be I' WATER LINES WELL DRILLING RAILINGS fa i
I modern industry of thumbing for a 3: GOLF ::
Gainesville. Fla.-There are threeor well worth witnessing. At the fair
i lift along the road is commendable. i COURSES. AN IRRIGATION OUR SPECIALTY. fa
four species of caterpillars which grounds a special program has been :t: ::
I This practice is dangerous and
! are liable to be troublesome to cab- arranged. Shriners wearing their
trull la evils. There is danger
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, bages in Florida, particularly during fezz and marching in the parade will.'"I' to those who attempt to halt the MODERN MACHINERY FOR COMPLETE FABRI- ?_

warm winters such as the present be admitted free, their ladies will be:\ speeding motor cars; there is danger CATION OF PIPE. SUCH AS REAMING. DRILLING. CUTTING :$;:

: has been to date, J. R. Watson with tickets.
says provided 1 ;
I in suddenly stopping the, auto- ETC. ;
entomologist at the Florida 10 AM..
Experi- Thursday
Starting at mobiles to permit the thumbers to I WE.OPFER YOU HIGHEST QUALITY, LOWEST PRICE. X
ment Station. The one most often morning the llth. a riot of fun and
get aboard; and there is danger in AND MOST EFFICIENT SERVICE A' !%
injurious is the cabbage looper. An- frolic will occur in the dowLtown 1'.s.
allowing strangers to ride. Many a ..
other one which is usually rather injurious section when the Shrine Circus is %through

.... on cabbage in the spring and staged at the Court House Square. such hold-up generosity has resulted of a motorist. just Adelman's Pipe & Steel Co. |:

collards during the summer is the -The Shrine cop will patrol the }
Further it makes the mi-
possible PHOXE 2-1420 47 X. E. 23th: St.. ,<
larva of the white butterflies. An- streets and every Noble without a .
gration of vagrants from place to WIRE OR WRITE $
other smaller which is Drum Miami Florida
much. worm fezz will be jugged. Corps
place, bringing them South in win-
,; confined almost entirely to the underside and Oriental Bands will ballyhoo,
ter and creating a problem in such
of the leaves where it makesa and hotels there will be
stores ; cities as Miami. It may seem hardto ..:.:o(.:.. .!.x..x......XK x..x..x "X"XK..X'.x..x..x*XMX oPAGE
little web. is the larva of the diamond more fun than you imagine, so come
speed by some honest folks along
I back moth. early prepared to completely forget
the highway, but all must suffer !
The control measures for all your cares. because a few have violated the hos- .*: ):..: :(..:..:.. :..:..:-:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:.-:..:..:.:..:..:..:....:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:-:":":":":":":-: : f tot

these the On. entertainment featuresare
worms are same. Special
pitality and robbed their benefac- ..
young cabbage which will not be provided for the ladies throughout i
' tors. It is 'wise to check this grow- y
marketed for a month or so the most the day and evening. The Cer-
ing evil--Miami Herald. _;: THE HOME-LII ;:
thorough and economical spray or emonial promises to be one of the :: HOTEL _::

dust is one of the arsenicals. Lead best ever staged and you won't wantto +
Pop-Emma, I earned a big commission -
f arsenate is the safest, as it is less miss it. Visiting Nobles are to today-here's $100.godown i. V y

liable to burn. For a spray. it report to Charlie Davis Recorder at ys
and buy yourself some decent
' should be used at the rate of abouta the Temple on arrival in the city. .
clothes. THE
pound to 50 gallons of water. A Z
Emma-But, Pop, I've got to ::: WAYS PRIDED ITSELF ON %
spreader composed of the milk obtained IX' Till; CIRCUIT COURT, TWELFTH ITS ::
wear the kind as the others. s
( by slaking 3 or 4 pounds of FLORIDA .i'; HOME-LIKE QUALITIES. HERE 's'

quick lime in hot water and strain IX CHAXCERY.Uchnrd Mother what do :'f: YOU WILL FIND ALL THE DELIGHTFUL :;:
f -Betty mean
\V, II. Owen,
iLg should be added to each 50 gal- :i: ::
s Complainant, by allowing that man to kiss you 2 COMFORTS OF HOME ;
; Ions. Other spreaders which maybe 'x.Mnj last night? :: AND ::
: "hell Owen: : THE LUXURIES OF AN EX- _:
i used are a pound of glue or a Defendant Betty-Well. he was too strongfor :: CELLENT HOTEL. ::
quart of "Penetrol" to each 50 gal- ORDER OF PUBLICATION me to resist and you told me y :
lons of spray It appearing by affidavit appended V
to to strangers. y
never speak
A dust is preferred to the bill filed in the above stated :i: Our dining service .unparalleled
by many 'aitse that Maybell Owen the defendant anywhere in the .:::

, growers A good dust is a pound of therein named Is a non-resident of United States Navy First + Everglades delicious meals tastefully Prepared 'ii ;
the State of Florida and is a residentof ''
lead arsenate
i thoroughly mixed with
t 535 Linden Street in the City of The first time flu airplane was catapulted pleasingly served-a combination that makes the Clew- _'
from 5 to 10 pounds of hydrated or Savannah County of Chatam. State of I off a ship was on November 12 ::: Iston Inn the most popular hostelry o'f the Everglades. :s:
perfectly ,air-slaked lime. Quick Georgia. that there Is no person in the .
II State of Florida the service of a subpoena 1918. hr tho Unlrrrl Stntos navy
lime should not be used. This dust upon whom would bind such defendant -
should be put on when the plantsare : : and that JTaybell Owen is .... c .: 4Ii* '- "'''' '+. Delightfully :Situated: on the shores of Lake Okeecho- ;;.. I

over the age of twenty-one years: itIs 'i' bee, the Inn has all the i
perfectly dry. If the cabbages therefore ordered that non-resident SAME SERVICE advantages of a resort hotel. ".'

i are not growing too actively calcium defendant be and is hereby required :i: with the ever present idea of the comforts of home. ::
arsenate to appear to the Bill if Complaint filedIn NEW LOCATION y i.
} could be used. This 'Y
such case on or before Monday the
!I is cheaper, lighter and more easily 7th day of March. A. D. 1932 otherwise Xolon B. Conner, formerly located V V
dusted. It should be mixed with at the allegations of said bill will V Y
in the Civic Center Barber
be taken as confessed by said defendant -
I least four times its weight of hydrated Shop, may now be found at THE CLE'TISTON INN :

; or air-slaked limeIt is more It is further ordered that this order SHORTY MUSGRAVES Barber
! apt to burn tender cabbages. be Dublished once a week for four consecutive .i. i
weeks in the Clewiston News Shop in theALSTON- 'i':; Mr. and Mrs. Claude Downs %
'orms bother the ;
cabbages n new>paper. published in said county BiUILDIXG y 'v
? a few weeks of marketing and State. Efficient 'i' ..
the Same
This January. 22. 1932. Where A
Mme: of the fluorides or flu- Had
WILLIAM T. HULL. Service May be
'! 's. should be substituted for (SEAL) Clerk of the Circuit Court. .E:;: rELEPHONE 105 for RESERVATIONS :;:

/\ !snates.: There are several By INEZ Deputy MAGILL Clerk. Nolon B. Conner A ii

ial brands of these on the WALTER "r. PRESTON .

which may toe tuebued SpHfitor tor Complainant, n J -. wr"N .
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