The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00357
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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 12, 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: UF00028415:00357
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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,.;...o;, -:' PALM BEACH AUTHORITIES!: TAKE 0 C'''a :; : ? }I:.. .:L.:::: '. ,. JN. .k;p.;"}.'+ ;}.i ;ti ;S.ln =; .;;r./Sy:}. II ?v liyr 45im:'!(:,<, Jk.4 BELLE GLADE'S ANNUAL BEAN 200 ENJOY GALA CELEBRATION
:; 'f.f5f"1 ON CHARTER NIGHT
l' -01-'', TO BE HELD IN MAY
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> ; :'. \ Charged with criminal assault At a meeting of the East Beach I}
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club in the
youngest state. In
11 \ ?\:: a 14 year white girl near here I Lk1 P V vii ,'ot of the Americar. Legion in Pa-j I the youngest city in the state was

,.>:;\\ Wednesday night, Pete JEhlir.g. holcee Monday night it was decidedto
presented a charter of Kiwanis International
":.><......,.!"','.. : Clewiston barber and Jacob Putz : stage the annual Bean festival I in a gala Charter Night-
I -I.;::<---: .were arrested early Thursday morning 7 r Ay. ...:nJf7 JJ$ $rv, tJ'('re the second week in May. W. program here Wednesday Light. The

.,; ::" ',-' and taken to LaBelle by Deputy :yv F---- G. Stovall will again have charge cf;i official
Y AT J4SyN charter was presented by
-:Sy.::" .Monroe Young for questioning. Th' I arrangements for the annual event.,(Harold V. Condict. district governor
<.;.),:...\... ". men were transferred late yesterday V C. Denton, Pahokee business man, 'of Florida Kiwanis. before an audience -
";,'j.-.:::':" :, :afternoon to West Palm Beach was named Legion chairman of entertainment -
of 200 Klwanians and
3k r1f :::" where they are awaiting ,hearing. I t : I guests, including Hon. Doyle E.

4;::ti;:- According to information given tovN.j. jA Each year Pahokee stages a gala> Carlton governor of Florida and

.; the Hendry county officers, the girl t festival in honor of the East Beach's,' other distinguished state officials

++ ;{ :;::, came to Baker's filling station, on most important crop the string|I and officials of the Kiwanis organza -

.',:;: ) 7;:i, '. day night and 'asked the proprietor ; A [ y In the afternoon a special trip

, o'i, ::; .' to assist her in getting a ride to La-
through the mill of the United Su-
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.' Belle. where she said she had School Pupils Learn i
gar corporation here was arrangedfor

';, ,,'.-_-'H. ,;..:- .' friends. She was barefooted and II Above is shown the research laboratory of the U. S. Sugar: New the Kiwanis guests by J. J. Harrington -
",\ had a small: package of clothes with Washington SongA ,
Corporation at decision, where between 30,000 and 100,000 vice president of the Sugar
7 her. which she left at the filling station -
: tiny stalks of sugar cane are now being studied. The stalks are company. The courtesy and cooper-
: for ''a few minutes. When she
,- the result of six years of selective plant breeding. The chem new song, written especially for ation of the mill officials was also
had. failed to return late that night
investigation ical properties of the cane are carefully studied here in an effort George Washington Centennial celebration shown in the miniature bags of raw
started and it
an was '
to produce the ideal cane adapted to the soil and climatic has been received here and sugar used as plate markers.
',-,,: was found that she was running
conditions of the Everglades. is being learned by Clewiston school Representatives of 14 clubs in the
: from her home the west
away on
children. The song entitled "Father Stale were present at the exercises,
; : 'coastH. including West Palm Beach and Hollywood .
of the Land We Love. was com-
,,7",}, B. Walls. manager of the filling -
.r Research Workers Diligently Seek posed by George M. Cohan, famous who acted as sponsors to
station Deputy Young
: American song writer. It is being the new club; Ft. Pierce; DelRay
.: ',>. ,, locate the girl and notify her par-I learned here for" a special Washing- Beach; Ft. Lauderdale; Miami; Bar-
Sugar Cane Here
:'.' ,' ents. About the time of the arrival Develop
', I ton's Day exercise at the local tow; Orlando; Winter Park; Day-
.. of the sheriff the girl staggered -
; : deputy school. tona Beach; Ft. Myers; Dade City,
'Ti'y:' : into the station and told the
The problem: to produce a cane and, Eustis. Telegraphic messages
.<- ::':.;- story between sobs of how she had plant that will mature in five or the two most prominent and success- were read from Gainesville, Los An-
,>. ; been insulted by two men. whose ful mother plants and from this
six: months; be immune from mo- Ladies Aid Supper gUes, Chicago; Clearwater, Cler-
: _. names she did not know, but whom, saic and other cane diseases; be crossing a cane with the proper phy- mont. Coral Gables. Dade City. Day-
,. .. .r' she said, she would recognize. Walls. sical and chemical features will be
; .. high sucrose content; yield a Declared SuccessServing tona Beach. DelRay Beach, Inverness -
.. :. ,,', Young and F- M. Militaire began a high tonnage peracre; grow e- developed. Such a process of devel- a Lake Wales. Leesburg. New

search for the two men the girl accompanying -. rect; strip easily; load to the best opment can not be expected in one Smyrna; Punta Gorda. St. Petersburg -

;: '' themAfter, an all advantage; and grow abundantlyin cane generation. For the past six a delightful oyster and I Tallahassee, and other mother
night search the two men were years. Dr. Bourne has been workingon
the particular type of soil and pie supper Saturday afternoon1 and clubs of Florida. Tampa.
found and identified by the bare- this prolem that will completely
climatic conditions in the Ever- evening to Clewiston residents, the Gavel Presented;
'.. __ footed girl. The arrests were made glades. revolutionize the sugar industry of Ladies Aid of the Community church After the guests had entered the
; by Deputy Young early Thursday the world. Each year he is getting
The result: a year round sugar here declared the benefit an out- spacious and beautifully decorated
morning and the two men were tak- industry in Clewiston; continuous nearer and nearer his goal and by standing success Approximately banquet hall, little June Hooker

:_ en to LaBelle for questioning. operation- of the mill the tedious process of selective plant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. C.
sugar ; steaI j I 150 tickets to the supper were sold.
; It was found that jurisdiction for breeding, conducted with a population -
dy business 12 months of the The proceeds to, go to the general Hooker,' presented a gavel made of

the,. case rested in Palm Beach county )year. steady_ employment for la- of, betwe n30.000"and 100.000 fund of organization.. This was sugar cane to the toastmaster. C. P-

,, ., _> and the officers -were'utified.. borers.Just plants one pure variety may be de- the first benefit of any kind con- Hammerstein. The gavel was fash-
+ Ehling and Putz were taken to West veloped to answer the problem.
how the problem can be ducted by the Ladies Aid of the ioned from two distinct varieties of
Palm Beach. The girl was taken as
solved to attain the desired result When the tiny cane plants are church in three years.GOV&NOR cane grown on the experimental plot
a material witness. is now confronting Dr. B. Bourne, II sprouted from seed the selective pro here. The body of the gavel wasa

research biologist in charge of the : cess has just begun. The young joint of large barrelled cane while

TO sugar company experiment station I'stalks of cane resemble Italian '''rye SPEAKSAT the handle had been made of a small
.ri'. : here. At present there are between ,grass plants when first sprouted, I variety. It had been carefully pol-

e. 30,000 and 100,000 tiny cane plants: and in order to prevent an outcropping ished and decorated for use at the

: \:. CHEST HONOR ROLL in the experiment station hot-house ,i of grass in the selective BELLE GLADE :I speakers' table.

: carefully watched daily to note any i I seed beds it is first necessary to I In a commanding position at one

,/, ---.- change and development that takes completely sterilize the soil not side of the large banquet hall the
:5' Community Chest workers reported )lace. From this vast "population"of only to kill all grass seeds that may BELLE GLADE. Fla. Feb 10y speakers' table was situated be-

? ,:!; ....;,.'i; ed this week the addition of 120 the hot-house Dr. Bourne hopesto be lurking unseen in the soil, but to Promotion of Everglades development neath a canopy of palm leaves. Seat-

:t, <' names to the Chest Honor Roll of find the solution to his perplexing kill any vestage of disease germs and closer cooperation be- ed at the speakers' table with presi-
tween the state and the people of dent E. E. Kelly of the Clewiston
'' :j.., :. those who have donated to the problem. that might develop to destroy the
: : t will result from Governor and Mrs. Harold -
the Everglades es- Club
:;".--.::' ., '_ cause. Others who desire to join in i Two control plants, one a sturdy 'cane plants. After the cane has were
tablishment of the state prison farm V. Condict. International treas-
[< : ',:';', making; the Clewiston Community erect cane that yields high in sugar sprouted and the less hardy ones

,, /,:. ':>:',,:: .,. Chest an even greater success are content. and the other a cane highin removed the young stalks are allowed near Belle Glade. urer Walter R- Weiser, Toastmaster
This the gist of talks made i Mrs. C. P. Hammerstein, Leut.
;'..':_" X, ,.', asked to make their donations at I tonnage per acre but which is to grow to a height of about was
,) "'.:.a_>' once. The list follows: v harder to harvest and has a low 18 inches before being potted muchas tonight by Gov. Doyle E- Carlton i Gov. LeRoy E. Diggans and Harold

, :.,_..t ., ". U. S. Engineers W. C. Owen, yield in surcose. are used as mother a gardener pots his rose bushes. and other state officials at a dinner ;.Hippler.

;(i : -: : Hackett.. Mrs. I. M. Pafford, \ A.I plants from which it is hoped to develop They are then set into a small field meeting of the newly organized After the invocation by KiwanianJim
: : Belle Glade Chamber of Commercein Beardsley of the Clewiston Club
.. :: 2i: :- G. O. Wallace, Mrs. W.. l>: a cane that will have all the and given what is called a "line
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lifted their voicesin
7 ';'_: Mrs. E. P. Eden. Mrs. Chris Leiter. desirable features of the two plants test" where they are closely watchedin the American Legion home in the assemblage

r, : .- : Marion Harmon. Elizabeth Davis. and none of the undesirable ones. different soils. From the stalksof Belle Glade. singing ."America" and the pro-

..', <: :: ', '. Jimmy Hines, Ralph Thomas. Rob- Difficulties to OvercomeTo cane selected after the line testa Nathan Mayo. commissioner of agriculture gram moved forward rapidly spiced
pointed to the Belle Glade Continued on Page 4)I )
(Continued on Page 4) the average mind the first sug- number are planted in the fieldsin (
gestion would be to cross the two. three sections of the cane planta- prison farm movement as a first step I

< but this act is a biological impossibilIty tion of the United Sugar Corpora- in the state's plan to have the Evertruck'Carm -I
glades feed 12,000 inmates MAGAZINE I WRITER
} / since both plants are female so I tion. One field is located in Clew-

:j the research worker must search iston, on soil composed of light cus- of state institutions. I
i INDIANS DESCRIBED for male plants with which to cross State Senator A- W. Young char I
(Condnucd on I'ngre 4)DEDICATION' I acterized the prison, farm movementas I SAYS CITY BEAUTY

ole "an entering wedge for closer cooperation -I
BY CHURCH WORKER There are in the Everglades approximately ATTENDED HERE SUNDAY between the state" and the SURPASSES OTHERS
L five or six hundred people of the Everglades.

;,-- Seminoles, the remant of a once Dedication, services of the St. Introduced by Howard Selby of I

; '. -- They may be just plain. scrawny, thriving and powerful nation of In-, Margaret's catholic church here West Palm Beach. Governor Carlton: "Clewiston. planned definitely and

-. ill-fed. flea-bitten mistreated animals dians. The original Seminoles, being were well attended last Sunday by cited as accomplishments affectingthe scientifically as a big sugar manufacturing -

.; ":'" .: to most people but as Indian's dissatisfied with the operationsof visitors from West Palm Beach, Ft. Everglades during his adminis- center, is the best looking,

:?'. dog is his constant friend. companion the Creek nation of Georgia and Myers, Canal Point. Belle Glade tration the abolition of tolls of the cIty on the lake," declares CharlesIS.

<: help mate and protector. is the South Georgia. formed a companyof South Bay, Moore Haven Lakeportand Conners hIghway organization of I|I Emerson, manager of the Florida
-'r; ::, impression left Alex. Lind themselves LaBelle. as well as a large the flood control board and reorganization -
,' .', by Rev. and migrated into the I num- Farm and Live 'Stock Record in a
,.>..\r. :;;.: Sunday night at an illustrated lecture territory _south of Georgia. which I I ber of local citizens. Rev. Patrick of the Everglades drainage i!j feature article in the February issueof

'.. : on the Seminole Indians of the was then unsettled. The territory i Barry, bishop of the St. Augustine district board. j,i the farm magazine.
into I diocese, officiated at the services Other state officials who spoke
) Everglades. which they came was wild Mr. Emerson recently completeda
':;; ',:'.-. Citing a case in point the missionary lands. abundant with game and fish. which included pontifical high mass. were Cary D. Landis, attorney gen-I survey of the Everglades sectionin

',;:""' :: showed a picture of a young but it was not a paradise for lazy Twenty-two children were confirmedat eral; W. V. Knott. state treasurer' the interests of his magazine and

I '.>. --i,;':"-7. pickaninny 'which he had taken at living by any means. There were mil- an afternoon meeting. and W. Cawthon, state school superintendent -j I under the caption "Beans, Vegeta-

<" ;, an Indian Camp in the Big Cypress; lions of mosquitos snakes, includ- HEAVY FOGS ENDANGERS i!!I bles and Sugar Cane Are Making the

:s swanp. While taking this picture ing the dangerous cotton-mouthed Everglades Pay a Good Profit to the

'; one of these be-draggled looking I moccasin and rattlesnake and dan- TRAFFIC ON-'GLADES ROADS Golf TournamentGets ,I Growers" "says:

beasts evidently believing harm was gers lurking on every side. Still Heavy fogs in- the early morningare "Clewiston is the best looking

.v".., .-- to be done to the child. made a vie the band of Indians stayed in the causing traffic over Everglades Under Way Slowly city on the lake with broad, boule-

y.', ious lunge at the photographer and southland and found pleasing home- roads to be dangerous, motorists de- vards, extensive plantings of palms,
:':". ; nipped him painfully on the hip. sites in the hammocks of the State clare. The fogs are made more dense hibiscus, oleanders and shrubbery

;:;:9.'..., ? The missionary, who founded theM where they built small villages, by the overhanging of smoke from Clewiston Merchants Golf Tourn- and flowers, as well as ample lawns

-. first established' Sunday School in banding themselves together into grass and muck fires raging all ament progressed slowly this weekas and shade trees.

Clewiston which later grew into the groups for mutual association and through the Everglades. only three advanced to second "Here the great sugar develop

present Clewiston Commun'ity protection. Monday one of the worse fogs to position. W. C. Owen advanced by ment was inaugurated by Dahlbergand

Church has been assigned to the Being themselves wanderers and be seen in this section hung over default over Pete Wilson; Tom Shelley his associates and is now being

:;y south Florida territory for a number run-aways they began to harbor Clewistou until about 9:30 when it won over E. E. Kelly 4-3 and H. carried forward by the United States

4' of years and although young in many: of the negro slaves from was lifted by the warm rays of the R. Hall moved up by defeating L.j S? +F ypfivs.: he has had a wide variety of Georgia and the Carolinas who escaped -I morning sun. Several motorists entering C-' Sturgis 9-8 in Sunday's play. over in December and Is now operating -

exp :riences while travelling about from their masters. The negroes I: Clewiston that morning Major C. C. Wilson, local pro. has the mill and cane farms. with. a .

the country. The streopticon views were sheltered by the In- parked on the side of the roads as requested all matches to be playedas force of about 3000. .

'.,_ pre s mted Sunday night. contains a dians and it was because the Seminoles 'precautionary measures, since they soon as possible in orded to advance Substantial, modern store build-

-4 1 :.,' store of visual Information on the would not cooperate with :said travel was so slow as to make to the next flight. ings, attractive homes and smaller

4 habits, customs, and living conditlons eral forces, to return the it undesirable to continue until the First consolation matches are houses for employees are providing

t ::"' :' of the mis-understood Semin (Continued on Page 4) fed-j heavy fog and smoke had lifted.. scheduled to be played this week. (c I I! (Continued on Page 4'Center -)

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!'CLEWI3TO.V NEWS for factory operations which can :ation without Representation. but he USING CANNED PRODUCTS
not be found elsewhere which allow just don't know. ----
-He ought to hang -
Published every Friday In C'ewli ton.
manufacturing activity thatis around the Lobby in Tallahassee Home Demonstration Specialists
Florida by the CLEWISTON: NEWS up
Inc sometime curtailed in colder cli- -5oo Late when the Legislature Is in session. Knowing that the farm homemak-:
mates. if there's any group from the Azalia era of Florida have canned all average -
The location of Florida is splen- Growers to the Zebra Tenders thatain't of several hundred quart jars ot: ().
Entered as: second class matter. did for distribution to principal con- ;.*'z (DO Qlassify represented. I don't know who fruits vegetables, meats and fishywe "t'
February 1, 1927. at the Post Officeat
sumiu; portions of the United States K they are.-It's the Taxation without have planned a number of recipes
under the Act
Clewl"ton Florida
by rail to the Inland portions and by I By RUSSELL KAY Occupation that's botherin' most of to help utilize some of these pro-
of March 3, 1897. Secretary, Florida Press Association
water to the coastal cities. Florida I us right now. I. ucts-
is served by excellent railroad lines I But getting back to that opening Fish Chowder
A newspaper devoted to the best, I Take 4 fat salt pork. 2 cupfuls -
-by steamship. both to domestic, ounces
I And now Mr. Harry Wells is morning, just Imagine One lone I
interests of ,Hendry County, Florida. small 2
: raw fish. 6 potatoes.
and foreign ports. \visliin'
he'd paid a little more at- Lawyer bein' all gummed up with a
Its' leading newspaper. Florida has legislation of ad- tention to what Mr. Culbertson, had mess of Business men, bankers. doc- onions. 1 pint milk. 3 cupfuls boiling :

vantage to the operation of industryand to say about Bridge not long ago.seem' ors, merchants and what-not. He'd water, and 3 slices bread.
Subscription rate: ....2.00 Slice the salt pork and fry in a
per year
that will he'd
pending legislation as got the job of Papa be the only guy in the outfit that
Outside of State of Florida ._...'2.50 further increase such advantages us: Bear of the Road Board. Now that would even have an Idea of what it deep kettle. When crisp remove
the state has to offer. the Bidding has started Harry is all was all about and no matter how and add fish potatoes and onions,
all of which have been diced. Cover
Advertising rates furnished on ap It has been predicted that the dayis hot and bothered tryin' to Finessethe smart he was he just couldn't explain -
plication. not far distant that the hum of the Jack for the Spades.-In the it to the rest of the fellows. with boiling water and simmer one-
half hour until the potato is ten-
machines of industry will become meantime everybody is hangin' over He'd get up on his hind legs and or
Buslneea office Clewiston News, commonplace ir. the, Peninsula State his shoulder. waitin' to see if he can start to Whereas and Therefor and der. Add the milk season to taste I

Clewiston.. Florida. Editorial and and that it will be a factor in the make his contract.-Harry is tryin': Howcome with he ,rest of the gang with salt and pepper and bring to I
Advertising, same. manufacturing life of the country. to figure out whether he should sign sittin around like a flock of Totem ( Continued on 1'nse 3) :
Above the Line, or on the line, or oles. Then he'd say "Gentlemen
,Telephone 339 HOW GOSSIP STARTS Below the Line. and in the mean- this is a Bill entitled an Act" and
I time he's tryin' to read Between the some Grocery Clerk in the back'of 666LIQUID

A merchant who had a' lot of mail lines. just to make sure.-He's not the room would shout, "I move we
INDUSTRIAL FLORIDA ing to do asked to borrow the doo- gonna take a chance losing any hon- pay the Bill and ring down the curtain TABLETS SALVE
dad used in the News office to lick I ors if he can help it. And he knows : on the Act." 666 Liquid or Tablets used internally -
Over the fourteen year period stamps and envelopes and was told ; the Governor wilt'Take Him Out if and 600 Salve externally, make a
from 1914 to 1927 manufacturing he could have it. Passing the editor I i he gets in a jam. Anyhow we'll I USE FLORIDA FRUIT complete and effective treatment for

it: Florida enjoyed an unusual increase a little later he hollered: "I'll be have to give Harry 100 for Progres-. Colds.

in value of products amount- over after your licker." A ,minister sion. I George Hilty. who just loves to Most Speedy Remedies Known
ing to 169 per cent. In 1914 the within ,hearing distance told of what Mr. S. L. Lowry, Sr. has now stand up and talk right out in meet- Ask Your Druggist for ParticularS'

value of manufactured products was he had heard and the story got joined the Plumber's Union and is ing, did so at the Ad Club luncheonlast ___ _______u___
181.112.000 while in 1927 the industrial noised about that there was booze I castin' his critical eye at Florida's Tuesday. When George gets to
census tells us that our in the News office.-N. E. A. Bul Drane. while Peterson and Lea have his feet he usually has something IN Tlin CIRCUIT COURT 'I"VF.LF'fnl
,manufactured: goods was valued at letin. gone back to the_ shop for more rather impoitant to get off his chest. 1LOIUDAIN ( \.-.--
$218,790,000.A tools.-S. L. says Herbert is a nice I And Tuesday he told the gathering CHANCERY.Iticlinrd 'oJ t
few: of Florida products arc: BLAH BLAB BROADCAST boy and he likes 'him and all that, i something that was very importantto Complainant 1V. II. Owen, .' ,

awnjngs. tents, bags. bevearges. but in times like these a good job the Floridian. >!c. .
'boxes, brooms. canning and preserv- It is generally agreed that national is a good job and you 'car.'t affordto Traveling through Florida Mr. Milhell Defendant Owen, ,

iLg., ,cigars and cigarettes. confec- radio networks have done let a little thing like Friendshipstand Hilty discovers that hotel keepers ORDER OF PUBLICATION
tionery, cooperage, fertilizers, macaroni much towara raising the standardof In the way, so he's gallopin place on the breakfast tables Texas It appearing by affidavit appendedto '
spaghetti lumber paints and America's musical tasteBut around askin' his neighbors to use figs. California prunes. English marmalade cause the that bill Maybell filed in Owen the above the defendant stated- I'

varnishes ship and boat building, this is in danger of losing value due their influence to help him get a ., Cuban guava jelly and other therein named is a non-resident of I
sugar, fibre board. concrete. turpen- to proloLged vapid commercial an-I berth oa the Congressional Record. fruits. and preserves from other the 535 State Linden of Florida Street, ,and in the is a City residentof of
tine and rosin and many others. nouncements.We But MrDrane's record is pretty states and countries. Anything, in Savannah. County of Chatam. State of
These plants afforded employmentfor sit back in fireside chairs and good reading and he ain't worried fact, except Florida products. With Georgia State of that Florida there the Is service no person of a in subpoena the-
,, over 61,219 people The wages hear the beautiful adagio lamentoso much about the other fellows takin' the very best grapefruit in the world upon whom would bind such defendant
,paid these' workers was $56.671.- movement from Tschaikovsky'sgreat I his Subscribers. even if they are offerin' ar.d tons of it right at the door, ; and that llaybell Owen is
over the age of twenty-one years; it
$,7 i,. sixth or Pathetique sym- a nice Funny supplement. why give the hotel clientele Califor- is therefore ordered that ,non-resident

This increase: has Lot all been a phony. The music dies away in a Mr. Frederick Van Roy has been I!niapeaches? Florida oranges are' defendant to be the and Bill is if hereby Complaint requiredto filedin :
awakened. doin' little gazin' in his Crystal the finest in this of the rld. appear
rosehued Pollyanna" one at all. whisper and we are rudely a part w such case on or before Monday the
In 1919 the manufacturing workers The merits of Dingbat Hair River and tells us that he sees'a They are, surpassed only by Spanishand I 7th day of March, A. D. 1932. otherwise -
enjoyed the highest amount of wages Restorer are aired. For minutes on grand and glorious future for Flor- Palestine fruit none of whichis ''I be taken the as allegations confessed of by said said bill defend-will

paid in Florida history. but then end they assail our ears. We slam ida if we'll quit electin' our Sena- available on this continent. ant.It
our living expenses were also high. off the radio in disgust. tors from Terratorial Districts, and Mr. Hilty pointed out that we I is further ordered that this order
week for four
be published once a con-
The historical records show this per- Jf commercial program credits stead select them according to their have two million people living in I secutive weeks in the Clewiston Newsa ;
iod as ,very prosperous but in reality must be given, "there ought to be Occupation.-Frederick says that Florida. If each person ate one I newspaper, published in said county

they had no'more than we are enjoying a law" calling for rigid brevity. too many Lawyers is what's the mat-I)orange a day that would mean a i iI and This State.January 22. 1932!:
now. Then in 1921 we passed Particularly where works of great ter with us and what we !I tremendous help to the orange WILLIAM T. HULL
through a severe industrial depres- music masters are concerned. more business men. growers. If all ate a grapefruit as (SEAL) Clerk By INEZ of the:MAGILL.Circuit Court

sion which was world wide. Our True sponsors pay huge sums for I He thinks we ought to have one well. the grapefruit business would .- Deouty Clerk. '
manufacturing industry took a decided big programs. But the delicacy of representative ,from each group just be boosted to great heights., There' -11'')/ T{.. w- PRESTON I
; / for Complainant.-
decline at that time. After suggestion is generally more appre-I like the Rotary Club in other words are so many things Floridian that Feb. -12-19-26 Mar. 4. I
the readjustment Florida industry ciated than being hit across the ears let's give the Butcher the Baker we can serve that to go out of the 4

began to pick up and in 1923 showed with verbal blah. Most listeners I and the Candlestick Maker a Break. state' for fruits or vegetables is justa .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:-:..:..:..:...=.......:..:..:. .
decided improvement. This continued would feel like purchasing a bottle Now just let your fancy run away perfect waste of time to say :.......................'...'............................."...................o.......Co.........-... :"I
until another high peak was if the concluding announcementread with that little idea for a few minutes nothing of a waste of money.At '

reached In the early part of 1926. ............"The Dingbat Hair Re- and see what it does to you. If the luncheon a cocktail of Florida C. E. STEBEL
This latter period is so recent that storer Corporation wishes you good you can play with, it for ten minutes fruits was served. Such a cock-
we all know the results of that per- eveniLg and pleasant dreams." and stay out of a straight Jacket,I I tail cannot be surpassed in any Dealer in

iod called "The Florida Boom". I I you're.Good.. state-not even California. We
The last census in 1927 showed a er o... a :i 4wrh.. :-:' ;"'I' ex'! 1 Can't you ,just, picture our Rotary Floridians, both by birth and adop- General Electric Refrigerators

,decline from the 1925 figures but B tb Senate on the opening morning when tion, don't deserve to have prosper- Electrochef Stoves
since then Florida is again expand- .BAGASSE. 'I' all the boys rise and sing. "I'm a ity. We do so many things that helpto
ing on a healthy and constructive .. \ L'ttle Prairie Flower. Growing Wild- spoil our own trade and lob our Iulios and Supplies

program. cr Ever Hour, and then all salute own growers of the extra profit that iJaclio Repairing
.: t :; (
Until 1927 Florida had but slight f.: 'et; I the motto over the Speakers table, really makes the difference between
Paliolceo% Florida
effect upon the industrial total of Talk about gullibility, but if any-I "H- Profits Most Who Knows His depression and prosperity. If we :
the United States. but it began to one doubts Barnura's famous state- Onions?" to be suckers-let's be
want orange .... .. .. .
t fi N N N i H N
I 1:- N 01:N: : :N :H: : 11: N: : :N NON N:
show them that an industrial. or ment about one sucker being born 1 Frederick;: may' think we got Tax. sucker's.-Miami: Post. .:..:,.:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:,.:..:..:..: ..:.;..;..
manufacturing, revolution was tak- every minute. let them hang around'I I I ,
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ing place. A number of large plants a negro camp in the Everglades fora 'I '-

were established that were nationalin while. _.- ,
scope of operation; the beginning It has recently come to our attention -
of cement manufacturing; the that a certain alleged 'doctor'!:
spread of electric power lines for in a small Louisiana town has a,I

industrial development; new me- racket that is making him immensly MARCH 1931

thods for' turpentining were evi- wealthy while he is collecting, dOl-I ''.- , ..
denced. lars from the superstitious ; '_r
,Since the last census industrial his state and others. He is a 'hoo ., i< :,: "" A SIGNIFICANT DATE ,
expansion has kept pace with other doo' doctor who sends out literature, I : '
developments in the state. A recent charms potents, etc., to bring luck ; f ;'{
survey made by the Florida State to those who pay for it and he can I ;: : \ .
Chamber of Commerce showed that also make a potent that will 'put-the "j'-. ;" :. ,, t', .' ,' y
$19,000,000 of known certain :: r: :.: ;- .' "",,<. ,', _, : '. -I.,
expenditureshas thing on an enemy' for a I 0' :, ..", .'..."'. _
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been started or will soon be consideration. Negroes here, as else- 'j',' ,>, ,
started for industrial expansion in where are very gullible to such rack- ': >' .,," .. .;, :: .: : -. i.
the state. A review of recent developments ets and every two weeks a quantityof I .y :-. ,>:: :: : : :' :;: ;::::

reveals that a number of money: is sent to the Louisiana .... .
large concerns are now engaged in doctor, and he sends his luck and I
manufacturing in Florida. or are misfortune the un-educated Almost a year ago the News conducted a successful
now preparing to start operation.The blacks of the cane fields.If subscription campaign in which many new names were
first factor in the establish- one negro. wants to play a lot
ment of industry In Florida can be of poker and win. he will write of his added to our mailing list.

said to be markets. We have 1.- desire to the doctor and send a cer- t ..
411.000 people now and by 1940 it is tain stipulated amount of money. You have now been receiving the News for almost
estimated that the population of the He will then wait faithfully until he
state will be at least 33,000.000. gets his luck from the hoo-doo doc. I : a year and, if you subscribed for only one year, your sub-

,. Outside of Florida we have the oth- Then if he should happen to win a : scription will soon expire. .
er states of the Union. foreign coun- little in his 'skin' game, he feels cer-

tries and a wonderful market oppor- tain that it is attributed to the You will want the paper to continue being sent to
tunity in Latin America. charm sent in, and he becomes a
As to power we have electrical en- booster for the art of painlessly extracting you, so why not re-new now to prevent any delay in ex_

ergy obtainable any place in Florida hard earned dollars;, from tending the date?
furnished both from water power other such workers. :

and. from stream. For fuel large Yes, Banium was right but he
deposits, of coal may be obtained should have added that hundreds of
from South Alabama. peat in the suckers are "taken ir every minute .if?
Everglades of Florida, fuel oil from I
Venezula, Mexico and Texas which t- 1r: .

can be delivered at Florida points At a banquet in New York a prom- z- .
by water. In many industries pure inent financier made an address I k
water springs lakes and streams. which he ended with a passage froman
The supply of labor in Florida. both immortal poet. When he had

white and colored. is practically all sat down, the guest next!; to him '" THE CLEWISTON NEWSIn
American high grade and quick at whispered. "You had that line ofKeat's
learning new work. Ther. there are a bit twisted."
many new laborers anxious to live "I said it that way purposely," The Center of America's New Sugar Bowl.AGE .

in Florida when ,employment opportunities he replied. "I didn't want them to

are 'furnished. think I had read it only the day be
Florida! $3, : ... ..
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J. A. Plunkett was a week-end, vis-

f Personal Mention itor to Fort Myers.--;..- ''I. Portrait in Platinum I I

o Bill Wallace spent the past weekin I THE
BLUE and
'.. #'' West Palm Beach. 'BA1GJX.CEditoriAl j

,. Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Hall motoredto
to West Palm Beach Friday. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Mayer, of MI- miz4 %
ami, spent Saturday visiting in Clew- '

C. L. Downs spent Saturday inrMiami iston. Staff I CHAPEL PROGRAMMiss it

transacting business. Editor in Chief Mary Louise Oglesby
; Gene Blair and Thomas Jones
spent Sunday afternoon in Moore Assistant Editor ...__. liaison Avant Williams' pupils gave a very

;/' Miss Mae Drew visited relativesin Haven. Assistant Editor ...... Mao Lily Stone interesting program last Friday

Miami over the weekend.J. Sports Editor ........ Richard Bestor morning, which was enjoyed by all. 4

J. E. Beardsley and Paul Deam Sports Editor ...._.... Evelyn Hare Several pupils took part in a play t t iLl .

.' L V C. Whisinan. of Miami transacted were business visitors in LaBelle Humor Editor _......____ Ufller Mathis entitled ""The First Continental

business here Tuesday. Tuesday. Social, Editor __..__... Betty Spicer Congress. Other parts on the pro-

k a VV ---.- Cartoonist ._._........_... Anne Mathis gram were: a
Song. America. )
n Mrand Mrs. T. V. Watson were Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Land spent Business Manager ..._.. Roy Green Bible Reading. Dorothy Bethea. ;j
Sunday afternoon friendsIn
visitors to Miami Wednesday. visiting Prayer Dr.
V, ;,. Moore Haven
: THE VALUE OF EDUCATION Paul Revere's Ride, Trevlyn

i Murray Swindle, of Canal Point Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hooker and : Moltz.

% ,, :, ':was a week-end visitor in Clewiston. children. J. D.. Billie June, and El- Education is one of the most val Song, "The Moon Lady's Ride",
bert. spent Sunday in Lakeport visiting uable facilities we have in makingour sixth grade. .
f : T. V. Watson left Sunday on a I Mr. Hooker's mother. life more useful and enjoyableIn Telephone Conversation, Betty

'# ;ti 'business tour of Florida and Geor- after years. The best opportunity j Hooks. JEAN HARLOW

,' ,gia. Hrs. Marshall Yenawine left Mon- that we school boys and girls have I Song, "The Flag," sixth grade. the most unfortunate of

day night for Norwalk, Ohio, where to obtaIn'an education is, in our: Song. "The Star-Spangled Ban- NOT ladles is Miss Jean Har-

Mr- she was called on account of the schools. It may be hard for us to ner." low she
and Mrs. H. H. Keller were I I of the platinum top, ster-
:- visitors in Miami Monday and Tues death of her borther. Joseph Dei- realize now the importance of being I ling silver personality, and solid

f day. trich. who was accidently killed near well educated but as soon as we: "What's your husband gold movie contract. There is' no

Akron Sunday afternoon. leave school and start supporting I now?" the workingon brass In Miss Harlow's makeup.
' r--- ourselves we will learn it. chemist's wife was Slim and dainty, she takes life witha
., Miss Jeanette Morgan was a vIs- Selden L. Stewart chairman of asked. quiet zest, and begins each shin-
.:: -, -' .,: itor in Lakeland for the past week- I the board of county commissioners, The question''' of what an educa-I "Anti-freeze solution that can be ing day with a cup of fragrant

:. > end. ar.d William T. Hull clerk of the tion has to offer one is often dis put into bank assets" replied his coffee, as shown in the above dia

: -, circuit court. of LaBelle. were bus cussed. About the first Important wife. gram. In the trunk space usually

j Mr. and Mrs. Lang McDonald attended iness visitors in Clewiston Thursday. thiLg an education does is to teachus I reserved by traveling actresses for
spangles and sequins, Miss Harlow
to distinguish the important
: the theatre in Pahokee Sunday Lady-"Are
:.. you sure you're not packs aprons and house dresses
;.4;' :' < night. LADIES AID SOCIETY HOLDS things of life from the un-important the same man I gave half a crown and when she stops at hotels they
L. MEETING AT PATTERSON'SThe : ones. It teaches us to live; helps us to "
. < '" yesterday to buy food? are apartment hotels with kitchens
Phil Peterson motored to Jacksonville to develop a strong character; develops I edicaL.t-"Certa n. lidy.. Why, where she can putter in the pan

'j ; Monday to spend a. few daysnn Ladies Aid Society of reasoning ability; shows us the you said yourself I should be a different try. She likes to cook, and it is

i < business the Clewiston Community Church importance of choosing a life work man after I'd 'ad some grub. estimated there are 4,877,888 young
s s'i '' held their first meeting in two and many other things. men who would like her to cook
'i B. Miller and T. E. Tally of Everglades years at the home of MrsR.. Choosing a life work is most im for them. This is considered to be
"Was your friend in the habit of Impossible by Miss Harlow and her
City. were business visitors Y. Patterson. Thursday portant. There is not any person
: talking to himself when mother and father who travel with
he was ,
here Saturday. The Society .made plansto who is satisfied 'with a mere exist-
alone 1""To her. She particularly likes to
., -..-- meet on March 1st and elect, officers ence. The, best positions require an make her
own coffee because she
tell the
; M. G. Langford and D. G- Alston for the coming season. The education and the most capable per- truth, Judge I never" I likes her own coffee.
was with him when he
! V attended a board meeting in La- first event on the program of the sons Will be those. who. are- filling. was alone.

: Belle Wednesday. recently re-organized Society was an these: positions.Let --
oyster and pie supper given last Saturday i us be ever mindful that how-I

,I Miss Jewel Lowe and Miss Louise evening at the local high ever young we may be. the time will

j :" Waldron spent Tuesday afternoon in school which was declared to be "a come for us to battle for our own f Season Winter Vegetables I I IBy

West Palm Beach. shopping. success. living. This, often times, comes at
Among those attending this meet- an unexpected time. We must start

1 at Mrs. Patterson's Mrs. today taking greater interest in
J. K. Wharton, of Miami. was a-: ing were: a
.. mong the out of town visitors inV : W. T- Bailey. Mrs- E. C. Mills. Mrs.J. : I our school work and thinking aboUt

i Clewistou Tuesday. E. Beaidsley, Mrs. James L. Ter a still higher education so we will

---.- I rell, Mrs. .Besse- Culbreth. Mrs. C. E. be prepared when the burden of pro-
1 "
Mrs. WC- Hooker and Mrs. D'i Jones Mrs. Barney Thomas. Mrs. viding for ourselves' is thrown upon

".': '.: G. Alston motored to, West Palm I I I Roy Greene, Mrs. J. A. McGehee our shoulders-
:' Mrs. M. W. Biggs. Miss L.' M. Overall -
Beach Tuesday'; afternoon. j j: )9Y' ? jk
! Mrs. T. V. Watson, Mrs OA.. PERSONALSHerbert

Lawton Sims and Bob Chamberlain -!I Ward. Mrs- M. P. Boggs. Mrs. C. E.

of Canal Point. were Saturday i Lamer. Mrs. 'F.. Wright, Mrs. W. M. Halter was absent several

.11.. V visitors in Clewiston. II I Edmundson. Mrs. F. H. Moltz. Mrs. days last week.Katherine : { :
R. Y. Patterson Mrs HJ.. BScjiannberg ,-

Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Winters. of i i .Mr C. C. Wilson. Mrs. Wiandt was absent
in. H. Keller and Mrs. Ariscott from school Monday. ,
. 4 Tampa, are spending a few days in !I .
t1# Clewiston on business. 11 ,

; USING CANNED PRODUCTS Mary and Van Bush motored to 4
II rv .1 <
: S' yY;' .
Mrs. Harold Webb and Mrs. Harold Pahokee to the movies Sunday night. ?i: y& ., rlYro
(Continued from Page Two)
V T. Johnsor. were Tuesday visitors +
boil again. Have crackers and croutons Stone tended
Mae candy
'.' to West Palm Beach. Lily a
'.: ;- ready. ;Make the croutons by pull at Annie Mathis' Friday night.
:-, cutting bread, into inch cubes and
.: ':The Woman's Club is sponsoring I II.
toasting. Add to the chowder justas .Emma Laura Bethea is back In
a Valentine party to be held Fridayevening
I. -.,;-:: .>.... it is ready to be served.
".: at the Clewiston Inn. school after: a serious attack of mal-
I ,. .: ;. If home canned fish Is used. the
.::: > aria.
I '::: potatoes and onions will need to be
/.. .. ; James Rumbley, of Port Mayaca. -
I .: ;'- VV and Alex St. Amand, of Belle Glade. cooked tender before adding the Mary Bush, Mae ,Lily Stone, Eve-
fish. Chowders be made using
;:4 were week-ens visitors in Clewiston. may lyn Hare 'and Betty Spicer were en-
: several different kinds of vegetablesand
I tertaIned- a dinner party Friday
,: .
omitting the fish. Oysters or night by Mrs. E. L. Stewart.
j i'J' Commissioner E. E. Kelly attended -_
chicken may be substituted for the
,, '.': "..:: :' a special meeting of the county '
I ,>,
: fish. F a.V":ov ? V V< o tS t::n nu}w a :: .a V V ; acaft'V tr VV V
''"... Richard and George Bestor wentto
i'", .'.. commissioners at LaBelle Tuesday.
i.-, : ChickenGumbo Palm Beach and enjoyed bathingin ( .
i.j .' Use 3 _or 4 pounds chicken, 1 1-2 Jane Rogers
: last week.
j ; ; Miss Daisy Alston, of Richland, .
cupful diced salt pork. 1 onion1 1
s .-... ,_.. Ga.. is spending a few weeks in Clew- NOT so many years ago fresh cially peas, but this is easily restored -
quart canned okra, 1 pint canned
.< iston as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. Glewiston's'' Boy's Basketball team In mid-winter were by adding from one-half to
.' .' R.; Alston.Mr tomatoes. 1 cupful boiled rice. 2 played Alva in Alva Friday night. considered a rare treat, reserved one teaspoonful of sugar to the
sprigs parsley 3 cupfuls boiling water. They were entertained with a big for those who could afford to pay water while they are being boiled.
1-2 teaspoonful pepper. 2 tablespoonfuls the of This small amount of has'
and Mrs. E- L. Stewart and party after the game. highest prices. Today, carrots sugar an
I salt, and 1 cupful cream. ,peas, string beans and other amazing effect, pointing up the
Miss Dorothy Mormon are small greens abound on almost any flavor perceptibly and restoring to
attending I Cut the chicken iL pieces .
V ;. ','V, the week-end in Miami ] The Ladies Aid Society gave an neighborhood stand. the vegetables what was lost between
and fry until brown in the fat from in'the
.. :: the races. oyster supper Clewiston One good point to remember picking time and the kitchen
: A4 the salt pork. Remove and placein
I school Saturday evening. The stove.
i about the preparation of the mIdwinter
.. E. V. McClelland spent Sunday in : a deep kettle. Cut the onion into ers and several pupils assisted.ALVA teach-I assortment of fresh vegetables Continental chefs haje: for many

> ':. Palmdale where he went to attend thin slices and brown in the fat. is that due care must be years followed this rule. In fact,

.:.< a Zone Safety Committee Meeting off i Add the okra, tomatoes, and parsley .WINS LOPSIDED exercised in the cooking if garden one of the first seasoning slogans

.,;H, the A. L. C. Railroad. j ji'and cook slowly for one-half hour. GAME FROM CLEWISTON freshness is to be achieved. All which must be learned by the apprentice
.; i: Place all of the vegetables in kettle vegetables lose some of their natural vegetable chef fs. "a dash
}:j with the chicken. Add boiling water, sweetness when picked, espe- of sugar to a pinch of salt.
V : /: ,; ;A Mr. and Mrs- C- W. McDonald re- By Richard Bestor
.' >..:: ,> turned Sunday from Orlando, where pepper and salt and simmer slowlyfor Starting out with a rush takingthe

:\;.,< : :!'.;.':'V' they were called on account of the two hours or more until .the tip-off, two sharp passes and 2 "')4. O(+."-..".'''. X''' &.''''.''..'''.'''.''"..''..''.-:''..''. .'''.-''.'''. .'''.*''"-
, ::::;-:' ..'" death of Mrs. McDonald's father. i j Ichicken Is very tender. Remove.the points were registered for Alva. The

: ,' ';.L :.{. ,, i i chicken bones and add the boiled play was duplicated for. 2 more I
! .. :..-yi.:.'::" ...' Rev. Patrick Barry of St Au.h' -i!,rice and cream. Let boil up once points. Clewiston, then settled down _

: ':"'; ..\.':,.j.:.),;:.' ..:. .. gustine. spent Sunday in Clewiston. ,hand I add extra seasoning if needed. and held Alva scoreless until .a few BUY YOUR(] PIPE AND FITTINGS f
; '".;',;f-if.;Yx.:'": where he came to officiate at the: 'Serve while very hot. dividing the minutes before the half] was over. OF THE ;X

s '\t: : X.: ': dedicatioL of St. Margaret's Catholic chicken so that each soup plate has Trying a long shot from mid-field, inriiifii'o 'rn :

': ::' ::.'). ic Church here of which the Rev F.,j some of the meat as well as some of Carl Tonim made it amid cheers of PIPE & STEEL ., _|;

; ,,' : o" J. Finnegan is rector. the vegetables fans. A
, '>..r.if,.. the Alva dyed-in-the-wool 's'

1 .i ;ii! ( : sharp passing spree soon, tallied 2 WE CARRY THE MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF NEW AND :fUSED
<.: : Dave Alston and A. W. Lawrence points more for Alva. The half end- ::
i : '::.,,s t:;: and J. RAlston left Wednesday 'UUJap 'CIioot ed with the score: Alva 8; Clcwiston GALVANIZED AND BLACK PIPE AND FITTINGS. 2';

: .'" :<" :r c: night for Tampa. where they went 0. IN THE, STATE OF FLORIDA, IN SIZES FROM 3-82 AND :;:

' V .};;: to participate in the Shrine Day Festivities -I bon The third quarter was void of i' LARGER, FOR ALL PURPOSES. SUCH AS DREDGING. $

#4'; Thursday. J. P.. Alston waR thrills as Alva made 9 points while WATER LINES, WELL DRILLING RAILINGS, GOLF :$;:
i given the 32nd degree at the cere- holding Clewiston scoreless.In .
FOR FEBRUARY 14. 1932- the fourth quarter' Alva s
SUBJECT: Jesus and the Man reached the commanding score s
Among the recent registrations at Born Blind. WITH MODERN MACHINER FOR COMPLETE FABRICATION ):

.r '. ':,' < the Clewiston Inn were M. Merrick. GOLDEN TEXT: "I am the lightof 230.Then the excitement started. BillHooks OF PIPE SUCH AS REAMING. .DRILLING CUTTING ;}
.:i of Miami. W- F. Hall of Lakeland.
( dribbled down court and
the world: he- that followeth me ETC '
'(:':>. VV R O. Bader, of Lakeland. O. A. shall made goal, then Ed Clark was <
not walk in darkness. but a WE OFFER YOU HIGHEST QUALITY, LOWEST PRICE.
_':,'.. Jones of Miami. F. A. McKenzie. of shall have the 'light i of life." John fouled and made a free shot. It $
1 Lakeland SA Macready. of Fort
8:12. looked like a real rally when the
llyor.s Chester F Wright of Lake TIME AND 'PLACE OF LESSON: game ended with the score: Alva ;23, f
Worth. Erma McLevel ,of Everglades & Steel Co.
:a October. A* D. '29; Jerusalem. Clewiston 3.Florida '.
Mr. and Mrs. H- B. Mayer
"; In the. Tatter part of October 8. J
V of Miami V. R. Hawkins, of West just before the,'lesson. Jesus helda Times-Union.If some PHONE 2-1420 47 N. E. 25th St.. f
Palm Beach, W. AIlarvin.. of Orlan- WIRE OR WRITE Miami. Florida
lenghty.discupslor. in the temple men speed ',as fast ,at the office as
do. Mr, and Mrs. Arthur Illllbrata, with the.Seri':, who claimed to be then do .trying ,to. set ..thoro;, morepork i

of West Palm Beach. (,Coat1.auul. ; on Pap 4) would be,:auccocipUghed.. +4&4&VWW>**4J4 > D4d +9Bz'w w"o' 'r."hti4004 10 4A4)t
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CHARTER PRESENTATION ccnc'tionj 'to determine exactly theE sable ma3S of color. The pieces selected -|tie aT. he ar.olnted the eyes of the el V Murphy of tie Chapeau, Na-

IRINGS"ISITORS m. : type best fitted From the hybrids to go into the Indian buck's| blind, m:+.n with the clay, And said ional. '

thus obtained, the process of selectivity -I shirt are cut in small strips varying unto him. Go. wash in the pool ofSlloam Mrs. Emma Puschner. national.

(Continued From; Page 1) continues from year to yearas irom one to three inches in width.! (which Is by interpretation, dir"!.ctor of the Legion's child wel-
with entertaining talks by visitingguests. the best adapted are used to re- These colorful strips are then sewed I Sent) He went hid way therefore, aie program. will conduct a school

The address of welcom} cross with other combinations in this together by hand. The Indian's shirt'is and washed and came seeing." In welfare work Saturday. 9t' .

to the guests of the city was mad search for the ideal sugar plant. full bodied giving ample room for The procedure was slmlar] to that The sessions are being held in the
by Mayor F. Deane Duff. to which
Difficulty In Crossing athletic activities. and is gathered required of Naamaii, the Syrian Carling Hotel-
the response was given by LeRoy Some of the numerous difficulties tightly about the wrists to prevent General when he came to the

Diggans. Lieutenant Governor of I in crossing two species of cane Interference with the free use of his prophet Elisha and was told to "go 1

Florida. may be realized when it is under- arms. The neckerchief is worn at and wash in Jordan seven times," HOTEL BLOCK 'SOLD
Reviewing the activities of Kiwanis : stood that the pollen of the plants all times by the Seminole brave. It 2 Kings 5:10.

Walter R. Weiser told of the will only. cross between seven and Is similiar in design and' uso to that Then there arose among the

formation of the club 17 years ago eight in the mornings. The mother worn In the early frontier days by Jews two questions; Was this man AT iik HAVEN

and gave a brief history: of the devel- plant is plar.ted in an section isolated the Western cowboy held In place by who could now see the same blind

opment until the present year when from all other varieties except an ornamental bit of shell or deer beggar? And how did he receivehis
organization is composed of 1875 the one with which the cross is to horn. sight? Oh the first questionthe ADKINSij S W OWNER

clubs. with a membership totallingmore be made. Then around the mother
The picturesque dress of the IndIan people who had known him divided -
than 95.000 men. The Flor- plant are planted several stalks of ,woman Is outstanding in its de- but the man said "I am he".
Ida district is of 52 50-ROOM HOTEL BOUGHT BYMR. ::
now composed the male variety. When the seed
On the second questions there was
sign. Like the shirts of the men in
clubs and the state is one of 29 dis- of both varieties are ripe. pollen Pharisees AND MRS.T,7. \\". ADK1NS
camp. the Seminole squaw's dress is quite a controversy The
tricts of the international organi- from the one is dusted onto' the LAST FRIDAY
called the man Who had beer.healedd
pieced of many, many strips 'of vivid ,
zation.Last' year, the speaker informed -. other to create a variation of the colored cloth. The dress is gathered and asked. "How then were
the assembly Kiwanis en-! two kinds of cane. thine From Moore Haven Democrat)
opened. He answeredand
snugly about the waist but the hemline eyes ,
tered into 35,000 activities In the In order to have perfect controlof is wide and circular reachingto said, A man that is called The first real.. estate sale of any

United States and Canada."If water conditions in the plot set the" ground. To cover the upper Jesus made clay and anointed mine consequence to :jk made here in sev-

for no other reason." Mr aside for seed production a systemof part of the body a cape-like waist is eyes laud said unto me. Go to the eral months w
Welser said. "Kiwanis has justified pumps and irrigation has been worn. Although the upper garmenthas 'pool of Siloam and wash: and I Mr. and Mrs.. J: *\V. Adklns of Moore

Its existence by its work for the un established near Belle Glade whereit no sleeves. no gesture toward went and washed. and I received Haven purchased the Moore Haven

derpriveleged child" as he related is possible to keep the water tableat immodesty can be accused of the sight.:" The Jews called the man's Hotel and' all other property situatedon

the dogma of the club. any desired level, at all times regardless Seminole squaw, for the long pointsof parents and asked them, '"Is this the hotel block from C. M. Busch,

President J. Ed Baker, for the of the surrounding fields. the cape reach to the elbows. ;your; son *, born blind how of Miami. The consideration for the

West Palm Beach club presentedthe "With the present system." Dr. Of particular notice in the cos-, doth he now see? His parents an- i sale was not made jpublic. Frank P.

baby club", beautiful gavel and Bourne said "It is possible to flood tume of the Seminole women Is the i swered *' this is our son born Ray of Miami. representing the

bell for the presiding officer. This the soil of the plot or reduce it to numerous strings of beads adorn-'blind. : But by what means he seeth Busch interests here; closed the sale

gift presentation was followed, by a the dryness of the Sahara Desert at ing their necks. Strings of. these or who hath opened his eyes we A residence filling station and stor-

large American flag given by the will." The plot is situated in a location small beads weighing as much as 2'5 know not: he Is of age: ask him." age garage."are" the other build.

Hollywood club and the Objects of entirely free from dangers of The The Jews cast the healed beggarout ings on Block 2.:
pounds are worn by the women.
Kiwanis as a personal gift from the frost. little of the temple. He met Jesus One of the first things to be done .
girls of the campswear
Florida governor Harold V. Con- 0"' who said. -"Dost then believe on the by the-:new ownets of the property { }
strings and as tb.e girls grow' t 'womanhood '
diet. INDrA 'S LIFE DESCRIBEDBY So.n. of God. He answered Who will be a,.beautification or'the hotel .,
additional beads are added '
Carlton Sneaks HOME :MISSION WORKER Is he Lord, that I may believe 01 grounds: Mrs. Adkins said. The -
until the grown woman carries an
him? Jesus said Thou hast beautification will'gnsist of plant-
Governor Doyle Carlton, Superintendent average weight of 15. pounds of I "
of Education. S. Cawtuon. (Confirmed! From Page! 1) beads about their necks and both seen him, and he it is that ing shrubbery and 'Otherwise'* landscaping
State Treasurer W. V. Knott. Attor- : slavery that the Seminole War wasstarted. shoulders- speaketh with thee. And he said, the property.The .

ney General Carey D. Landis. Secre- The Seminoles by the way, Lord, I believe." Several times Moore Haven Hotel was one

tary of State Robert A- Gray Gen- are still nominally at war with the MAGAZINE WRITER SAYS CITY Jesus declared he was the "Son of of the first buildings of any conse-

eral Manager of the Okeechobee i United States since no biLdlng'treaI LAKE God" the Christ. Do we really be- quence to be built here. It was con-
Flood Control District A. W. Young 'of peace has been signed. His- lieve him? structed about 1916 when the development -
tory records the horrors of the Sem- of this section was begin-
and Howard Selby arrived to take (Continued from Page One)
inole War of the rutality mani- LEGION WORKERS TO STUDY ning. Since that time the hotel has
in the
part program. fest on both sides and of the im- accomodations for most of the peo- FLORIDA CRIPPLED CHILDREN had two additions built onto the original -

Framing his address around the prisoning and death of Chief Osceo- ple employed in the big sugar en- ; property.' -,

Kiwanis motto "'STe Build" the gov- la:: the Semi..)les' recognized leader. terprise and the business people of Jacksonville, ,Feb. 12, ....(Special' ) Mr. and Mrs. Adkins have beer.

ernor m: de an Inspiring talk. "Thesear With Osceola's death the spiritof the city. ,The offices of the com'pany -Florida's crippled children relief residents of .Moore Haven for' the
net lays for destroyir.g but for are modern and a good: looking
broken Florida Department
the Indian fighters'was work sponsored by the past twelve ye rs. For the past
building this is not the time for ar.d they migrated from central hotel is a decided asset ,at this time of the American Legion they have conducted the hotel
fakers; this Is not the time for quit- when so many new people are visit-[ year
Florida to the fastness of the Everglades will receive special study from Le- under lease from Mr. Busch. Prior
ters; this is not the time for those ing this section and so many are be- gion child welfare workers from '
to their taking charge of the Moore
who seek to advance self but these ing employed in the $9,000,000 pro- I
; leveL Southern States and Porto
The EvergladesThe Haven Hotel they operated the Alta-
are times when all should' unite for tective dike project of the state and Rico Legion's "C" child I
Everglades. contrary to gen- i monte hotel here.I .
the common good of mankind," the government around the southernend '
!welfare conference here and
eral belief: .is not a territory infested .
governor said in hi sshort talk. He of Lake Okeechobee;" I
today with poisonous snakes and I tomorrow. "I see where lots, of firms are I
then Introduced members of his covered by water The Evergladesis i A. Rice King, chairman of the I cutting down their advertising."
staff.. I
a prairie. mutt of which in its natural -, I Florida Department's welfare committee I "Yeah doing it in times like theseis I
(Continued From Page S) j ,
state is high and dry in the will submit a detailed report with taking the off
120 NAMES ADDED TO CHEST the Children of Abraham. and) on a par
dry season, but without adequate of the work done in this State. hook and with safety
HONOR ROLL THIS WEEK. : therefore greatly favored by God,; the fishing a
(I Mr. King is a past department com .
drainage is marshy in the rainy sea- and also said "we have one father, pin!"

Continued son. The views shown by the Pres- even God." Jesus said to them "If II I mander. 1
( from Page 1)
Florida for!
The relief program
byterian home missionary clearly does daughter '
trt Dun' Anna Dunty. Dorothy1ad God were your father ye would j "Why your sing _
\ dox i'rieda Davis. Otis Cason. showed]; this geographic factIn the love me: for I ,* ,* came, from G d'1! |icrippled children wa's begun in 1928 in the dining room?", .
; :Everglades naturally, there are :when a survey of the State was I II "It's the to get the (1:
Tula Christman Fanny Davis Mil He then told the Jews they were only way
\ made under supervision..
Jred K.t:nnedy, Raymond Mabry. many acres which are now coveredb the Children of the devil, and did I Legion guests to leave the table.:"
Legislation was enacted the 1929
water in the rainy season. but by
his work. After further heated -
Bobby Patterson Ellen Wallace. Legislature providing for state ::: :, I II
development following years after i|I a : -s :" ,"
Thoiuas Jones Elizabeth Winn Zel- discussion Jesus said "Verily, yer- iV:2>>:z. ; '-
the arrival of the white into theEverglades 'commission I and an appropriation of
man ily. I unto Before Abra-; ,
say you.
da Smith. Milton Davis. Sammy !! work. I BALDNESS
$50,000 for the
Lang, Cus Cantrell Armeda Howell, has resulted in miles of ham wasI am. Then took they up' ,BALD SPOTSA

Harold Webb Carolyn McDonald. drainage canals being dug to carry stones to cast at him: but Jesus Although the full appropriation I B X 0It SI A J. II :V I I'
has not been made available at I
Runnelle McGehee Reba Esco. : off the surplus rainfall. hid himself and went out of the anytime I II DEFICIENCY,
Virginia Caldwell Herman Esco There are three section? now regularly temple going through the midst of during the last two years the :cot n Tonic -:- 4 Hnir Grov/!
commission, 'co-operating with Legion -. "!Sisnn'n. Lest: 20th" Itodb-
inhabited by the remaining thm. and so passed by." '
JohnK.. Mowry: W. L. Senterfeit, Cn:>His
Constance Lucas Billy Dunty. Bill Seminoles: Big Cypress Swamp; In- Then the lesson for to-day begins posts throughout Florida, has I will .srrow I+nlp on n baa head:
spent $16.000 during the last two fa! l spots co-\'<>ri'cJ ivth hrr
dian Prairie and Indiantown. There "And Jesus passed by. he
Edmondson, Dickey Patterson.. ; as ; Abnormal hrsr 0 f'ckJiey: It
iL and surgical ,
years I
Jimmy Holand, Bonny Mabry territories are populated by family saw a man. which was blind from restoredYcar
relief at clinics in Jacksonville, Miami and
of scientific i"NCN'lrcl
Harvey Bourne Dan Beardsley Rob- groups of the Indians. At Indian- his birth." The blind man probably I
and St. Petersburg. InLorntory n"ort pr:-d'eed ilii-;
erta Spijer, Elizabeth West. Rodman town there were recently about 39 sat at a gate of the temple for in I T.llr"elcHJ$ preparation
Wallace. Donald Deam. James Winn separate villiages populated by that verse 8 of this lesson it says "he; Several men and women of national -oI'r.! for u jar today with fullIn"Crul'Hot.
prominence will attend the Area"C" I <-<
Jamye Williams.\ Trcvelyn Moltz.W. ranch of the Seminoles known as sat and begged," and in A'cts 3d: literature on quest .

H. Martin. W. W. Preston. F. the Miami Indian nation. The Big (and other places) we are told beggars -1 conference.' Among them will Can be 1I1'I?tl a* easy as cleaning,
will be Edwin E. Hollenback. Na- teeth
Deane Duff, A. B. Cherry, Clewiston I Cypress camp is located in the south-i were 'daily at the gate of the I fully Guaranteed! ,
i tional Legion Child Welfare Chairman '
Social Club, C. H. Beruer, L. F. Per- ern part of Hendry county and is under temple to ask alms" -. piucn: :;;500

kins, R. Y. Patterson, Mary Patterson the general rule of Chief BillyFuel There were mUny blind persons I ; MrsA.. C. Carlson, National U.rr,12 S. SALES 1Vnnut AGENCY Street1'IIILADELS'I11A
Child Welfare
C. M. Christman. Ulla Jacobsen. an aged patriarch of the na- in Palestine, probably as many asj i Chairman of. the Le- PA.

Mrs. J. A. McGehee M. G. Lang- tion. Tradition says that Chief Billy one in each one hur.dred persons. I gion Auxiliary; Milt D. Campbell. SPAIN'S BEST 'Oth.RADISCAPILLUS .

ford. Mae Drew, Mrs. H. Vaughn has passed the hundred mark in "And his disciples asked him, National Child Welfare Chairman of

H. A. Bestor. Father F. J. Finnegan.Dr. age but he himself does not know faying Master. who did sir. this I'the Forty and Eight; and Mrs. Eth- .

W. T. Bailey Walter Vaughn definitely his own age. but remembers man. or his parents. that he was --.--.. f"'t-.

Anna Pafford Dan Allen. vividly incidents of the Seminole born blind?" In those days there .
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Harvey Guthrie, D. Bledsoe L. F. War eighty years ago, many of ,was a common belief that disease !

Hancock. F. M. Militaire W- H. Failing which he says happened when he and affliction were the result ,of

I. R. Holland, G. H. Small. D was a young ,Indian lad. Sin. There is' no doubt that acts WE HAVE NOW INSTALLED A

& W. Cleaners, C. E. Miner. J. A. The Indian camp in the southern of sinfulness do bring disease and

McGehee. H. A. Oglesby Dorothea part of this county is one of the largest suffering upon the one sinning and

Moorman. M. T. Howell. W. W. Lid- of the three camps in the Everglades also the sins of parents often bring Top. and Body Shop

dell. H. S. Thomas.. F. Simpson. It is located on ,a high upon their children deformity.

Carl Johnson. Rufus Smith, B. B. hammock knoll affording protection blindness, and disease of .body or

Roberts J. E. Earl, George Schauer- from the waters Of the surrounding mind.

mann. W. S. Cowart. B. G. Benson territory. The houses of this camp "Jesus answered. Neither hath

Keith Hartsfield, J. A. Rumbly. R. village and made from roughly hewn this man sinned nor his parents: and secured. the services ol. a

Hanson F. G. Haggan, E. B. Butler. board* of cypress cut by hand from but that the works of God shouldbe

,I The Clewiston Company Clewis- the huge trees which grow In abundance made manifest in him." "The SPECIALIST in this work: ,

ton Telephone Company. Clewiston1 in that section. works of God" mentioned by Jesus

I I Dairy Company Clewiston Motor Indian families, ,like those of any meant (in that case) the healing ,of -

Company. Clewiston Laundry, Clew- other race, may be classified as the man's blindness which Jesus -

I iston Supply Company. "good house-keepers" and "poor knew he would then perform. A ;
Clewiston News. Christian's Bar- hou&MceqpersThe; good housekeepers writer says "Pain Is not sent by >CLOTH TQPSSIDt[ CURTAINS, TARPAULINS 8 AWNINGSMADE \ {

ber Shop Seminole Farms. Sugar- insist on cleanliness and God as a curse," but as a flag of 't I ,:AND -REPAIRED

land Cafe First Bank of;, Clew iF-ton, neatness in arrangement of the few warning. Another writer says "Suf-| *

Mrs. T. B. Shelley F. Deane Duff scattered pieces of rustic furniture fering is in God's plan for this

distributor Blate Brothers. Harvel dorn'ng! their homes, while there world, and offers opportunity fqr Fenders and Bodies Repaired and Woodwork!

Seed Company, Alston's Drug Company are those of the camps who are not divine power and for human help."

Watanabe Hotel. J. R. Alston.. so' particular in cleanliness. Whatever be the cause of these Replaced.! Truck l, Bodies Built
The average Indian family is of afflictions, it is our duty to do all -it

RESEARCH WORKERS SEEK medium size industrious and peaceful we can to prevent or alleviate them ::., .

IDEAL VARIETY OF CANE HERE abiding by the laws of the tribe. As Jesus passed out of the tem- WELDING BLACKSMITHING

The men of the ramp make excellent ple he saw the blind man, and said .....- ..
(Continued From Pape 1) hunters and faithful guides. I to his disciples "I must work the
tard apple over muck; another at Indian DressIn works of him that sent me. whileit .

Belle Glade of a different composi- the matter of dross the men is day: : the night cometh. when :
tion and the third at Brown's Farm P.J N.EERSEVICE STATION
have followed the Europeans by no man can work. They say that

where the excesses of temperaturetest wearing trousers, but the primitive "day", as here used meant "life .

the hardiness 'of the varieties still shows in their selection of shirt time" and "night" meant "death". .

being tested. material and pattern. They seldom Christ is the "light which over Belle Glade
The products of these continued wear shoes. The Indian man's shirtIs comes the darkness *of Sin." "When : : Florida.

crossings are carefully studied in a work of art as it blends all the he had thus spoken he spat oil the ". ,
T" '
the, fields under practical working QloU of the rainbow Into a verit-; ground -and made .clay of. the sput-: : ,.-, "", ..

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