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 19, 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: UF00028415:00358
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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." ,', J. Bowers Campbell, Lee county Lesson asignments was the topic
member of the state Democratic; OVER selected for the regular monthly BRIDGES AS PART

committee, said he would propose a I meeting of the. faculty of the Clew-'

{i:- AT PAHOKEE SHOW plan for a state convention at the; EVERGLADES AREA iston high school Tuesday aflernoon I I

; ", committee meeting in Jacksonville with Miss Jeanette Morgan in chargeof I OF RUSH PROGRAM

: Friday.: His plans call for a conven-' the program. -

j'">\ NO TRACE HAD OP FORD SEDAN tion after the primary. He said he'I SCATTERED MUCK FIRES ANNOY The purpose of these monthly I I

DISAPPEARING SUNDAY was opposed to a convention priorto I RESIDENTS; PROPERTY meetings of the faculty is to meet HENDRY COUNTY DELEGATION

...... ::>, NIGHT the primary because it might "get DAMAGE SLIGHT to discuss various phases of their I'I SUCCESSFUL AT LAKELAND

''?' --- I tangled up" with the campaigns of I &i, work and conduct professional I' ROAD MEETING

.J. Local and state police are this the several candidates for governor. With a few new flares of muck study. I I I .
t::.' week searching for trace of a Ford fires in this section* -of the Ever-
I 1 After listening to statement of
:;:::f-: sedan motor number 4054700, with glades, smoke was this week hover-

:;,)/., license tag number 108-161 stolen j: KIWANIANS FINED ing over most of Everglades sec-I LABELLE PRINCIPAL facts by a delegation of Hendry
i county officials and citizens, the
:i;:(: : from Harvey Guthrie Sunday evening tion as a result of .continuous fires
I Road Department adopted resolutions -
in Pahokee. in the territory adding to the dangers -

_ "':.. : Simultaneous with the disappearance -I FOR 'MISTER' TiTLE to automobile ,traffic by the'I MADE COUNTY AIDE struction calling of 14 bridges for immediate on the con-La-

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of Guthrie's smoke-laden fogs. :
young car a 1932
e Belle-Fort Myers stretch of Sugar-
:t :...., : license tag number 199-620 was -The fires so far l have not caused I
'.;' ',,' stolen from Harold Johnson at the I They may be "Mister"] on the any serious damage to crops or I Pat H. Stevenson, of LaBelle has land Highway. The resolutions
_,1, streets but it's, Bill, Jim and John were adopted Wednesday at a meeting -
,: J been appointed
<: Glades Auto Sales company here. dwellings in this section but havei I County Aide to the
I in the Kiwanis club, or a cost of ten of the department in Lakeland.The .
' ;::/ It is believed that the party taking:I i been the source of annoyance to res-: Secretary of War for Hendry county
;<:: the automobile had previously: cents per "Mister" :will be imposed |lidenls of the Everglades. Three au- according to word just received here. bridges will cost approximately -

.l'" ,# planned the get-away and had taken I I I" according to a rule made WednesI -t jto smash ups in Hendry county this Mr. Stevenson will have chargeof $15.000 .

the license plate from Johnson to day by Clewistor.'s new service club |', week were attributed to lack of visibility enrolling boys in- the C. MT.. C. The road board also favors resurfacing -

" avoid being traced. Johnson's car I!! which imposes a fine of ten cents j' caused by muck smoke. from this county. These camps are parts of this road and a
on each member who refers to an- completion of surface work when the
I put on 'by the Federal
flare Governmenteach
Tuesday a new
was under repair at the at sprang up
' \ the time of the loss of the garage plate. I 1' other as "Misler" during the club ;| on -vacant land of the Arapeka Land year under the direction of the grade has settled sufficiently on

Guthrie had parked the car under j I!I meeting. The dimes so collected will i I company about six miles west of War Department. They will be held parts of the highway. No time was
'be used by the club in charitable Clewiston. The I this year from June 14 to 'set for the surface work.
4 :a. a street light in Pahokee near the muck on this pro- July 13. 'I
/ '. ,I work is The Government furnishes free Representative Elbert L. Stewart
J Prince Theatre about seven thirty i perty regarded as light and no ; ,
'. I Due to the fact that the Inn was is i transportation and other I Ii commissioners E. E. Hull
? 1 Sunday night. The keys to the automobile appreciable damage expected to necessary Kelly, Ray

.. switch were removed. The I filled to capacity Wednesday night JI JIi I the land. The smoke only added to i expenses. There is no military obligation and Fred Dunaway Mayor Carl E.

car was not missed until Guthrie left 'i a short business meeting was held. I the discomforts of driving on roads. attached to attendance at Royer, of LaBelle J. H. Booth, Earl

., the show and was ready to return tot I The resignation of Roy Green, as!I The cause of the fires is attributed -;I camp, and all boys physically fit, Royer and GeorgeHendry formed

'. Clewiston, about ten o'clock. Paho i district trustee was tendered to be to the extra dry condition of vegetation -i from 17 to 24 are entitled to apply the delegation from Hendry county
',, kee and West Palm Beach'police of- acted on at the next weekly: meetingof and carelessness on the parts!.for admission. presenting the claims of this countyto
the club. Green announced that
ficers were notified at once of the of passers-by.: j Mr. Stevenson is principal of the the department.The .
due to his confining duties as A. C.
,. loss, and the next day broadcast was Reports reaching Clewiston yes LaBelle High School. department adjourned its

: '", made of the car's disappearance. L. agent he was unable to carry out terday say that a ten mile stretch The rudiments of military scienceare meeting without formally adoptingits
the functions of this office. His
successor -
along the Palm Beach highway be- taught during the mornings, but i 1932 construction and mainten-
will be named at the next
Lawler Trial Date tween Belle Glade and Gladeview afternoons are given to recreation1!ance budget of approximately $10-

: 1 meeting. Farms is burning and a blanket of of all kinds, including practically all 000.000. The budget will be 'considered -
A in location I
change meeting was
smoke is clouding the highway the sports. These thirty-day free at another meeting called for

i: Set For Saturday adopted. The text meeting of the there. A crew of men is attempting I camps have been attended by hundreds -|f next Monday in Tallahassee. Members -
club will be held next Wednesday
, to prevent the spread of the I of Florida boys during the of the department may cast
evening at the Watanabe House.,
Trial of S. Watts Lawler, prominent The program will' be in charge of flames. .I j past eight years. There has always their votes on the budget by wire
Fort been a larger number requesting ad- unless Chairman Harry H. Wells issues -
Myers attorney has been
Miss Marion Leydig and W. C. I
., set for Saturday at LaBelle on Hooker. OKEECHOBEE BOARDI I mission than could be accepted; consequently a call for personal appearance.

charges growing out of an indict- Major B. C. Riley, State, 'The department also approved as
W. S. Harvel and' Roy Green were
ment by the Hendry county grand I Aide, located at the University of;an item in its tentative budg C.w-ork:
nominated by the board of directors
jury Tuesday. The grand jury retUrned DEFENDS COURT SUIT Florida. states that all who would on Road 26 from Lake Okeechobeeto
to fill two vacancies occuring on the I ] J
,', an indictment against Law- like to have the privilege of attending Fort Lauderdale. The cost on
board. Elections will be held at the
ler for criminal assault. Guy M. one of these free camps should this road was placed at $82,500.
send in their applications early.
Strayhorn, states attorney said the
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\{ ;. : jury found Lawler struggling witha The camps will be held for theFourth'Corps

.: '"....'.', .-1. woman In th e"office of the Hendry High"School Teams''"- "' ._ ,_ -. /TAX-ot-;_.;;: I Area at the following P.-T. Meeting/ ;Set--

county lax collector while the TAMPA. Fla., Feb. 18:-State officials places: Fort Barrancas, Florida;

" jurors were making their customary I Lose Double Header 1 and the board of the Okee-I Fort Bragg, ,North Carolina; Fort Monday AfternoonThe

inspection of the offices in the court chobee Flood Control district yester- McClellan, Alabama; Fort :Moultrie

house Tuesday afternoon. day defended formation of the dis- South Carolina; Fort Oglethorpe,

tJ Lawler was released on a $1000 Two evenly matched teams trict and the present "drainage pro-I Georgia. Fort Scriven, Georgia; and the Parent regular Teachers monthly association meeting' will of

I bond for trial. He is widely knownin clashed in Moore Haven gym Friday gram in an answer filed in federal Camp Beauregard, Louisianna. All
be held at the school
this section of Florida, having and the defenders beat off the at- court to an injunction suit by two r boys interested in enlisting for this building Mon-
day afternoon, February 22, immed-
been a candidate for representativeof tack of the invaders by a 20-9 score. large land owners. work should see Mr. Stevenson at
I iately after the planting of a variety -
Lee county in the last election A one season tradition that Moore The companies, Empire Land com-i once for applications
of trees to Ihe"memory of
and is now the chairman of the Lee Haven could not defeat Clewiston pany and Tamiami Land i
I George Washington. Each class in
on their home ground and vice versa DeveloP-I
county executive com- hold
I company, ,
the Clewiston school will
mittee. }iI I was overthrown by the fast play of'I in Collier and Hendry counties and NATION TO HEARCENTENIAL tree on the spacious campus.plant one
I the Havenites.
November I
filed their suit last attacking -
At the first quarter attack a swirlof the constitutionality of All friends of the school and pupils -

; SMOKE FittED FOG falling bodies and stampedingfeet drainage legislation and the right I OPEN are cordially invited to attend

'I the meeting of the association Mrs.B. .
caused the crowded gym to re- to tax their lands to pay for the
sound to shrieks of excitement at the A. Bourne, 'president, said. The

GIVEN AS CAUSE evenly balanced teams. Cheers rose work.They alleged the legislature put MONDAY AT NOON business meeting will begin at 3:00.

,:as the ball changed from one side to in drainage I I
,4,300,000 acres an original -
.1 FOR AUTO WRECKI'OOR 'ithe j I other. The first quarter ended II' district, including their lands,: PRESIDENT HOOVER TO OPEN

: I I'with Moore Haven on the large side'and] that after spending more than:1'I BI-CENTENIAL PROGRAM Washington Program

of a 3-2 score. The Clewiston de-I to December 1929
$18,000,000 ,
< VISIBILITY BLAMED FOR fense weakened and at thee half' I For School
I no part of the expenditure being on Arranged
piled a score ,
121 i the plaintiffs' land, the project was President Hoover will officiallyopen
_. ENGINEERS TRUCK while Clewiston's players were only
changed and theyare left with nothing the nine-month, nation-wide
-- I,able to account for 4 points. I Preparations are now in full sway
but debts.
'. Because drivers unable George Washington Bicentennial
were to { for the
In the third quarter the Haveniles George Washington program
see through a heavy cloud of fog'I NOVA they alleged, a program of.:celeration at noon (eastern standard
'I kept working like Trojans and bY'' : which is to be given at the school
': work totaling $9,689,300 has been'time 22 when will de-
and smoke near Canal Point. ), February he ,
auditorium afternoon.
.. 'l'ues-I Monday Those
the end oC that period a score of 20
day two trucks crashed and five I laid out under a plan of cooperation i liver his George Washington address '
men points had been recorded for them. j I in charge of the program are 'extend-
S ', were injured. L. W. Swindle between the state and federal governments -|before a joint meeting of congress,
, j slightly Clewiston drew no blood in this ing a cordial invitation to all parents -
\ Bill Blakely, Stanley Altman, the state or other local assembled in the house of representatives -I, and friends to attend.
quarter. The last quarter saw the
: Phil Brennan and James E. Carey, interests to put up $2,000,000. This. in the capitol. The judges I I
I Clewiston aggregation buckle down they allege, would not benefit -: Interspersed with songs and plays
government engineers. and program of the supreme court, members of I
,"'1 a man to a spurt of real playing but fell far their lands, which would be I I from the various grades of the
whose name was not learned were I I the cabinet, foreign diplomats and
short of their goal with the final for it. I school a novel entertainment is being -
thrown from their cars and suffered taxed to help pay j many other distinguished visitors I
score of 20-9 in favor of Moore Ha- planned. Each grade is to takea
.;.; slight bruises and cuts. I' In reply the state and control I also will be present ar.d the address I
ven. part in the hour's entertainment
According to Carey, driver of board denied that money collected will be carried to every corner of'I I

government truck, neither car was I by the old Everglades Drainage Dis- America over nation-wide hook-up. I i staged in honor of Washington.

-' travelling at a rate of speed exceed Fish trict was for work that was of no I I Following his address, President I Immediately after the program

ing ten miles per hour when the collision Hathaway Says benefit to the complainants' lands, Hoover will be escorted to the east each class will plant a tree to the

"; occured. The heavy fog, laden -11 and declared that all lands in the I I steps of the capitol, and will give the I memory Washington on the cam-

,'< with smoke from muck fires, prohibited Department UselessOCALA district were benefitted. signal for the singing of "America"by pus of the school. Different varieties -

;:'A' drivers from seeing more They admitted some lands in the a chorus of 10,000 voices. It is will be planted.

".;', '':.' '" than 10 feet in front of cars at that!. Feb. 16.-Fons A. Hath- new flood control district would receive expected that millions of people will After the tree plantings the regu-

:;,:', hour. The wreck occured about away, Democratic candidate for gov- more benefits than others from join in this "sing" as it comes over lar monthly meeting of the Parents-

'< eight o'clock Tuesday morning. I cruor of Florida, speaking here to- the present project, but this differ- the air. Teachers' Association1: will be held

:' -.. Both trucks ', ence had been considered by the leg- in the school building.
were damaged in the night in his joint debate with J. The great chorus gathered at the

'I' collision, but only slightly. Fenders'wheels Tom Watson, also candidate for islature, they said. r capitol will be conducted by Walter I

and radiators being broken.A governor, declared that in the event The answer also maintained the Damrosch and will be accompaniedby I STATE DOES NOT HAVE

:t local ice truck was crashed into of his election to the governorship district was regularly formed in conformity the United States Army, Navy FUNDS TO FIGHT FIRES

... Wednesday morning near Miami,he would abolish the fresh water with the constitution and and Marine bands, which will play as

"1 Locks. No one was injured but dam- fish and game department. as wellas that assessments are just. a unit under the direction of John
'.. defendants in the suit include FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla., Feb.
-r : age was done to both automobiles., the shell fish commission placingthe Philip Sousa. An "inaugural"crowd
: Governor Carlton. State Comptroller I 16.-The state government is unableto
duties is to be hand for
incident on
j to the propagation expected
4 finance fire fighting In Ever-
SQUARE DANCE PLANNED Amos, State Treasurer Knott Attor- '
, of all fish-fresh well these ceremonies.
as as
:-r FOR IXN TUESDAY NIGHTTo glades muck lands and the problem
General Landis and
---rl/ salt water with ney After luncheon, President Hoover -
: I together oysters commis-j
must be solved by the counties afflicted -
sioner of Agriculture Mayo
\ under the of accompanied by the members of,
..)-'>" the strains of music sent department agricul- as members of the board of the floodcontrol I Gov. Doyle E. Carlton informed -
: forth from 'fiddles' and the United States George Washington -
guitars at
ture.With dislrict.ATTORNEY Ralph A. Horton member of
the 'Cl wiston Inn next Tuesday an the abolishment of these de- Bicentennial Commission and the Everglades Drainage board to-

:;., old time square dance will be held, partments, he said all laws and reg- the District of Columia George day.
with Ed Butler officiating as caller. ulations governing the protection of Washington Bicentennial Commis-
DIS ANNOUNCES CANDIDACY Governor Carlton's follows -
The affair is not in benefit of any- fish and game of whatever nature sion will go to Mount Vernon to laya
body-just a plain get-together with would be placed in the hands of the wreath on the tomb of the Fatherof : "In answer to your telegram
TALLAHASSEE Fla., Feb. 17.- regarding the Everglades fire mat-
's square and round dancing say those sheriffs and deputies of the respective His Country in the name of a
Attorney General Cary D. Landis to- ter. Regret that we have no money
in charge of for the counties of the slate. united nation.At
day formally announced his candidacy will available under the law for this pur-
evening. 3 p. m., there be exercisesat
Revenue derived rrom hunting I for-the Democratic nominationfor pose. Each county must handle the
the Washington monument
r Dancing will begin at eight and fishing licenses collected by the I the office which he now holds the auspices of the various patriotic matter locally. Sorry there Is no
county Judges would be placed in "
other out.
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a diet of fish will not increase the DRY FACTS MOISTENED and the tumult dies, the captainsand

THE CLEWISTON NEWS activities of the human brain. WITH BLOOD I the kings depart." Word pic-

Published every Friday In Clewiston, As recorded In the Medical Journ-I tures of senseless carnage rattle

Florida by the CLEWISTON NEWS, ?1 the;: study included chemical analysts Late Plain statistical facts are uninteresting through the home receivers. Cas-

Inc : of blood from arteries: flowing to the average reader but' uality lists will be announced shortly. -

Into the brain and a like chemical Mossy sayings of great men (?
: (1'oo when these facts are moistened with
ClassifyBy flash' to waiting, anxious ears. but "
Entered as second class matter. analysis of blood taken from the a'str"'eam .
: of human blood they arouse the maxims are, inspirationally,
February I, 1027 at the Post Officeat veins leading from the brain back to

Clewiston, Florida,. under the Act the heart. The analyses show thatas RUSSELL KAY the keenest interest of every civilized dust. So are the bodies of fighting: ,

of March 3, 1897. the blood enters the brain it con- Secretary, Florida Pre>. Association being. men. So are the ideals of the sur-

tains caibonhydratcs (sugar) and vivors. Just another "war to stop
1I I Statistics regarding the' numberof I
that this element Is found in much I all war."
A devoted to the best suppose Mr.: automobile accidents during the
newspaper Harry Payne Bur-
less quantities in the venous blood; releasedand I Floyd Gibbons hard-bitten head-
1931 have just been
Interests of Hendry County Florida. ton draws a dollar or two now and year
showing that the sugar element in line hunter, has brought Oriental '
by reducing the figures com-
Its leading newspaper. then for cditin' the Cosmopolitan.
the human blood is consumed In the and no doubt Cornelius prehensible terms we would throw generals to microphones to explain1 I

normal brain functions and the veins Vanderbilt, the I their campaign views In the presentSinoJapanese .
Subscription rate: per year ....2.00 blood Jr., got somethin' besides his name on the screen of public thought
carry the sugarless back to facts. I conflict. His next I
Outside of,State of Florida ......$2.50 the heart for refortification.This I iin the paper for writin' that Florida gruesome- I step-is actual radio transmission of"
;:story in the March issue. ::Suppose the entire population of ;
fact, that the brain uses. car- battle. And the next step of radio'

Advertising; rates furnished on ap- bohydrates as its sole source of' energy But if :you ask me, them Literary Nevada, Deleware, Wyoming: and executives will be practical tele'
I the District of Columbia were killed j:
Big Shots ought to be ashamed
plication. is a comparatively recent discovery of vision for every home. What will
or Injured in one year's time; then.
and when it becomes more themselves for tryin' to lead young be the effect of seeing, as well as

Business office, Clewiston News. common knowledge the world will girls astray. Cornelius starts off this number would exceed by only I hearing, war?
I by tellin' the ten percent: the number of deaths
:young lady to close her
use more sugar.
Clewiston. Florida. Editorial and Woodrow Wilson who so desiredto
and caused automobile
+I injuries by
Without the use of fats in our eyes and slip him her mit and he'lljtake
Advertising, same. her to accidents in the United States dur- take every issue to the people,
I I America's
muscles would Playground.
food soon cease
;and broke his health trying to do so,
it That
ing 1931. Alarming isn't ?
to function properly, and without![; Then when he gets the poor little
Telephone 339 could have sat comfortably before a
is the cost in human blood and suf-
dextrose In the blood the brain country I I I girl in position where she ;(

would not carry out its functions.can't i i[ check on him_ he leaps into his fering placed on the motorists of the ; microphone in the White House, if '
( United States last year. The total he had but been born a few years I'
HOW ABOUT IT? Every organ has its particular food; i I fairy tale like this: "We're off in a !!later.
cost in dollars and cents of automo- '
cloud of crushed shell dust-all the
muscles utilizing fats and the brain j jI
really Better roads down South made bile accidents last year was three}
Did Nero while Rome using sugar. I I are I
'of oyster shell." hundred million dollars; more than I! ::t. /' ; :1 :

burned, or did he merely sit Idly by, the annual cost of public school edu-
Detroit News' "Smedley Butler." Shades of Fons Hathaway, Bob '
In regal comfort while a city in cation in the United States. Automo- .BAGASSE. I
says a sketch of the now retired Bentley and Harry Wells; here we i .
bile accidents created economic'loss
which valuable collections of art an .
marine, "is all wrapped up in any- been payin' the highest gas tax in
of two half billion dol-
and one
were located was consumed by thing he undertakes.} Don't tell I I the country and consolin' ourselves ,: C: :
lars, or a cost capita of $20.
flames? he's gone back to struggling with ::that anyhow we was showin' them
While watching this horrible I Boy page Mr. Smith, of Jackson-
Because the story is attributed to spiral puttees. Yankees some Sure Enough roads,
scene of auto accidents let us take ville.
him that, in his self-satisfaction, and,now we learn that all them rib- I )
our watch to see at what .time of :; Mr. J. F, Smith has recently invented (.
bons of asphalt and concrete beenbraggin' ,
he fiddled while Rome burned he THE TREE OF GOVERNMENT we i
day most accidents occur. Contrary a device called the clam shell
was recorded in history as a tyrant. are either poorer !
to ordinary expectations, the ma-reflector which he claims will -
How about our own state offi- The tree of business has been roads or they're. mistaken for oyster : I
jority of the accidents do not occur safe driving through fogs, elim-
cials? Are they sitting idly by dormant, and non-productive for I shell.
at noon, when, in cities the hustle inate the dangers of accidents .from I
while the Everglades. burns when, some months. Business men, acting I Of course little Cornelius may
and rush of the noon hour is on. offers motorists :
glaring headlights and -
by their efforts such a destructiveforce to this have taken his girlfriend from Palm
as gardeners importanttree I
I'i This period of the day is marked by a wide carpet-like whiteness on
as muck fires, could be stopped have done all within, their power Beach to'Miami and over the Tamia- '
normal number of wrecks.
only a which to drive. If he has such a
and property saved? to bud new branches, and to trim Imi:i Trail in a cloud of crushed shell I
From four' to five in the afternoonthe device that will do the work claimed
The 1931 session of the state leg- off non-productive ones. so the tree dust, but if you ask me. I think it \
number rises marked ad-
by an it's not the
a pity they are on market -
islature appropriated $5,000 to be will once again bear its fruit. It is was in a cloud of hooey. ''
hour and
I vance the following in the Everglades today. There
used as an emergency fund to com- high time the horticulturists of the Later when he thinks he's got her
the at per-
comes peak .six-to-seven
would not be so wrecks to
many :
bat mucl fires In a portion of the tree of government prune the par-I I ealin' .out of his hand he leans over iod. From this hour the curve of write about.

Everglades around Davie, south- asitic limb of coufiscatory taxation,.and whispers in his ear "the Yearly. accidents gradually lowers until I I

west of Ft. 'Lauderdale. (The people from the governmental tree. This Hurricanes have wrought great hav- low-R
ter midnight the curve is at its WHAT PRICE ECONOMY? I
of that! section were fortunate parasite is fast sapping the vitality::oc in these southern resorts" and no est point. As would be expected 1 1Sunday' '

enough to have the fire burning of business and unless removed it is I I doubt the little lady with her eyes accidents lead, followed by; -
According to recent
a report, 6,000
while the legislature' was in session likely to hamper the normal growth:; still shut murmured, "Oh Mr. Vanderbilt Saturday and the other five
.) A part of the bill appropri- days persons are burned to death every
of business. you're wonderful
so ,
you bunched at about 12 per cent. j
I I year. Eighteen hundred of these are
ating the $5.000, known as "House The people_ are demanding: lower know everything, don't, you." What causes the most accidents?
children under the ten.
Concurrent Resolution No. 3-XX" taxation. Not that the people seek( I know the asked in at-. age of
I I U. S. Weather Bureau This question is most an
follows: to have the government become less I Failure to keep the home in repair,
has trouble now and then tryin' to tempt to cure the cause of the evil. "!
Whereas the Evergladesare thus making it an to the
easy prey
branch account
efficient in any on .(I tell :Mother Nature's fortune as far Almost half the deaths are caused by
menaced if said fire sweeps over of reduced expenditures,. but the I I fire demon, is the most dangerouskind
I as the future is concerned, but them collision with pedestrians; almost "
the rich muck lands located therein is that bureaus of "economy. When electri-
public demanding ,!
bo -s.don't. $Jip up very often in readin' one fourth by collision with an-
cal work is needed it should done
and be
; worthless offices, and. political,
: i the past land the best average other automobile; the others divided
"Whereas, the smoke and ashes is friends be pruned from the payrollof 1, able collision I I by one competent in that line of work
they been to dope out on de- almost equally between
a menace and detriment to the government. [ and not by an amateur. ,
structive'HrrIcanes affecting this with fixed objects overturning, and r

health and safety of the inhabitantsof In seeking to reduce the ever increasing I area is about one in ten years. miscellaneous.The I I A common unwise, practice is to t

said ,section and most of the inhabitants cost of government states- I attempt home dry cleaning. Not only
If I was Chairman: of the State actual cause of a majority of] ,
of counties. etc.; and manship-and not politics-is need- I Road Department I'd write Cor- crashes is carelessness.- which included -his j I this a doubtful economy; as it is

"Whereas, there is no money or ed. The so-called relief measures I :: difficult for untrained hands to ob-
:nelius nice reckless driving, speeding
letter and ask him if he ,
funds available for the purpose of offered to and the various I tain
Congress satisfactory results, but the danger *
and for rightof- (
!wouldn't like.to "Go for a Ride" and improper regard
fighting ,said fires; and the ownersof states offer 'relief' only in that involved is extreme since the ,

said lands and the inhabitants of relieve the taxpayers from they.'if I was Secretary of the Miami way.Ask cleaning fluids usually are highly
this AmI
Chamber of Commerce. I'd invite yourself question:
said territory are unable to procure of dollars and nothing of a .
produce inflamable, requiring but a tiny I
the toll of automobile,
him to come down and have a long lending to
funds to fight the faid'fires, and, permanent benefit. I talk with Meteroligist Richard W.I accidents? I'I spark to ignite the fumes which they

"Whereas. the condition now ex- The public realizes the difficulties give off. Many persons lose their

isting creates a great emergency anda confronting government and offers Gray.We're grateful- to Mr.' Cornelius I Detroit News: Circus clowns in'' lives each year as a result. ,
serious situation and calls for aid
its deepest sympathy to officials,Vanderbilt, Jr., :for this Florida publicity -!: Russia will be required reafter to'' Real economy is a good thing but
from the State for the protection of '
solve the-
attempting to problem,
and we thank Mr. Burton fort work political themes into their per it must go hand in hand with commonsense
life, property and health of its citi- but it will ,not countenance higher, \
.uniting it, they're both nice boys for:>nances. This would be compari- and nowhere does this apply
* The Governor of
zens. taxes without complete. return on the 11 and they mean well, but we hope I lively easy for the American clown, more than in dealing with'fire..
the State of Florida be, and is here- investment. '
by authorized to expend not exceed- they'll let the girl friend come back who generally goes about with his

some day with_ her features plastered in whitewash. I j I I At wedding in Kansas the
ing $5,000 for the purpose of extinguishing Portland Oregonian: When salesof I eyes open. I j I a guests
. said fires" This authoritywas I : threw wheat at the married pair instead -
alarm clocks picks up, again we I OVER THE TOP BY TELEVISION ,

granted and approved July 25, shall. know that there .is no longer I Iany i According to an editorial in the of rice. We understand the I
Tampa Tribune, a guy named Smith ts Worl'l
1931. I
reason for being alarmed. Chinese. dele to the !I
throwing of old shoes was omitted,
hag just contributed his bit toward .
The fire in prominence at that Disarmament Conference at Geneva
makin' George Washington BiCentennial : due to the fact that they were occupied -
time since been extin-
has long '
COMMENTS ON DAIRY I i Switzerland, recently sought author-
guished and a sum of approximately CONDITIONS a howling success with the ity of the Swiss government to install : at the time by feet.

$800 was spent in the task. The i announcement that George wasn'tour a radio loud speaker in the I I

other $4200 has not been spent for The following comments were,i! First President, and he goes on Conference building in. order toj I! DID YOU EVER STOP TO THINKKy

fighting fires, and today as great a made in a letter from Mr. Ernest)!to say that a bird named Hanson of broadcast the sounds of battle at I ; Edson R. Waite, Shawnee, 01 m.
Virginia was life real Father of this
menace is threatening the lives pro- Kelly, Chief, Division of Market-! Shanghai, according to a United
country. Well if it's true, all I got
perty and health of the inhabitantsof Milk Investigations. Bureau of Dairy Press news dispatch. That newspaper advertising a-
to is that Mr. Hanson had a
the Everglades. Industry, United States Department say What a difference radio might rouses the interest of the public in

There Is not much probability that of Agriculture, Washington, D. C., lousy Press Agent. First thing you have made during the World War,;the articles or service advertised?

citizens actually will be burned to who spent a short time in Florida know some Yap, will hop up and try could battle sounds have been trans-j Merchandise or service. well ad- 'tiT"

death by the flames, but the smoke during December, 1931 : '" to tell Deleware us that George really crossed mitted fifteen years ago by radio!vertised in the newspapers, is pretty

endangers the life of every motorist "Though I have visited the north-I the in an Airplane. But from the ever changing front lines;well sold to prospective buyers.: So
it's funny we'd be two hundred
through the Everglades section. ern part of the State a number of to those "keeping the home fires well sold, in fact that they will go
'' findin' it out and it's wonder our
Valuable property is being rendered I' times previously, this was the first burning." straight:: to the advertiser when in

worthless, and the health of the citizens opportunity I had to really get a'' children" are askin' "Why go to Visualize the brutal shock to American -' need of articles or service adver-

Is likely to be impaired if the good idea of the dairies throughout)school? Well, I don't know about French and German mothersas tised.It .
the rest of you folks, but I'm too old
fires continue. the greater part of the State. Ij i! history they might have heard company is a well known fact that news-
to learn
to back -
go try my
The attorney general has ruled must admit that I was quite a little: after company going "over the top" papers use every precaution in their
I all over again and two hundred
that the funds not available for!
are surprised and gratified to note the) into bloody action. 1' power to keep fraudulent advertising -
from now if some hops upon
fighting other fires in the Ever- years guy
sanitary construction and methods'on : Listening in, one might have
his hind and to tell out of their papers. For that
under legs trys you
glades provisions, of House thereat; majority of your milk-: that Russell Kay didn't write this heard a versatile linquistic announcer. reason the public has more confi-

Resolution Number 3 XX. producng farms. Florida has a natural He heralds the murmuring ac- dence in newspaper advertising thanin
it Arthur Brisbane why
hooey was ,
While state officials sit and look
advantage in climate that allows tion of
expectant as they any other form of advertising.
at, each other, fires continue to burnIn the cows to be on pasture or In I don't fool with* ern* *call*a cop. move softly about under a gray ,
sections of the Everglades.No the feed lot and does not necessitate: morning sky. Cold, mud and rain now every merchant should
And now I see where they're fixin' pay particular attention to his ad-
one is accusing the state of-
housing them for any length of time. are described. The men shuffle along -:
ficials of fiddling while the Ever- This permits. simplicity in stable construction -' to celebrate National Cherry over duck boards. Rifles and !vertising.

glades burns but South Florida citi- and promotes clear.linessf I Week, no wonder life is '"Just a side arms are given last minute in- : Newspaper advertising catches the

zens are asking: How about it? of the cows and stables. Added tot f Bowl of Cherries, But if we must spection. Noise dies out. Only the eye and brings customers to a store;
I gO through these things every so of-I 'it
causes sales.Newspaper .
this, there seems to be an abundances announcer talks. It's coming. Minute -
ten why not stage a National Hunger
Los Angeles Times: The season's of fresh water for cleaning utensils hands on watches tick away life's! advertising is a simple
could all it?
Week so we enjoy
prize for tactlessness goes to the and other dairy work. span. Men grow nervous. itchy forth means of getting the seller and buyer

advertiser who says there is little "Economically I believe Florida fact that the load per delivery wagon zero hour. Far off an occasional> together.

change In men's clothing this winter. has a marvelous opportunity for is extremely low. A delivery boom. oOo .;, ,

milk production. The various pas- wagon or truck should easily put off "Over the top."! I I A Topeka (Kan.) automobiles.
SUGAR, A BRAIN FOODIt ture and forage grasses and crops 60 to 75 gallons of milk a day and sounds-: or- scrambling- feet hands( washing plant gives rain checks, entitling -

which I saw In the State and the yet there are numbers of them that pawing across ramparts, muffled the car owner to a new wash

used to be said that the brain long growing season should furnish do not handle one-third that amount. cries of "Best of luck give 'em"job if rain fajls within 24 hours after -

subsisted on phosphorus found in cheap food for dairy cattle. I noted, "These are just some passing; hell." echo through the loud speakers -. the automobile is turned backto

abundant quantities in all varietiesof however, that from about Ocala thoughts that have occurred to me. of the world.Concentrated him.

ifish. Recent medical study has southward very little feed is raisedon after my survey of the State. On hell blots out the

shown, however, that this supposi- the farms. This seems to be one the whole, sanitary conditions were announcer. Microphones roar with "Didn't I tell you not to interruptme

slor is quite incorrect. : of the greatest needs of developmentin very good and I believe that the! infuriated international hate. Not when I. had something important

The brain utilizes sugar In Its i ian ,' the central and southern partsof earnest cooperation of State, county the hatred of soldiers, but the ap- on hand?"

Uonin&.; an-important; editorial the State. Also, In many towns and municipal agercieswill keep palling, barbaric Armageddon fos- "How was I to know?" asked the

writer on the Journal of the milk routes were being run on a very Florida dairying at a high point of tered by commercial greed. deferential secretary. "You didn't

American Medical\{ A6@oc1aUon. So ,uneconomical, \ basis because of thet' "airtation and economy." The roar decreases "shouting have on your golf clothes"



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T s G. ,L. Porter, of Tampa was here i of ice cream and cake was served to

I on business Monday.II. II I the following guests i Mrs. J. R.
; Personal Mention I Mowry Mrs. W. C. Owen Mrs. C.

i C. Wilson Mrs. Harry Vaughn Mrs. I
L. McDonald, of Orlando, wasa ECBLUE and WHITE CJ3Accj
H. J. B. Scharnberg and guest Mrs. {
recent business visitor in Clewia-
.. Lucas Mrs. T. B. Mrs. J.
CaLal "
} .i.\ Murray Swindle, of Point ton.
visited friends here Sunday. R. Alston, Mrs. George Augur, Miss 1

.''f Marion Leydlff, Mrs. J. B. Beardsley
:1 of. James Rumbley and E. W. DIgges .
Mrs. C. E. Miner, and guest Mrs.
Editorial Staff Owen Wynn and
Mr. and : Fred Hill attended in I I Billy Owen.
.. .' Mrs spent Tuesday Pahokee on bus-
:Knight of Fort Myers Mrs Barney Editor in Chief Mary Louise Oglesby Recitation Francis Wright
the theatre in Pahokee Saturday iness.
; I[:Thomas Mrs. B. A. Bourne Mrs. Assistant Editor .......Halson Avant As a concluding number the assembly

::>: .:\ evening. I Mr. and Mrs.-M. S. Hayes, of-Moore I ![ Mattison Mrs. F. Wright Mrs. Leland Assistant Editor ........Mae Lily Stone practiced a number of special

.; Perkins Mrs. F. R. Maxwell, Sports Editor ..........Richard Bestor Washington Center.nial songs.
< :.:; Mrs R. M. Hare and Miss Evelyn Haven were in Clewiston on business i Mrs. T. V. Watson. Mrs. W. C. Pre- .
Sports Editor ................Evelyn Hare
':":gin:"i >'" Hare spent Friday afternoon In West Tuesday afternoon., I witt Miss Marion Harmon Miss Humor Editor .............Uslcr Mathis MOORE HAVEN ENTERTAINS
. :,{:i";.:.> Pa.lm' Beach. Paul estate I[Jamye Williams, Miss Elizabeth Social; Editor ...............Botty Spicerj' BASKET BALL TEAMS FRID\

" } ::i:::'!3' dealer here.Grossman spent a former few days real of this West Miss Mae Drew, Miss Jeanette I[: Cartoonist ....................Anne Mathis]II

"',' ;;,, '..), W. M. Redelsheiiner spent the .week in Clewiston friends. ,Morgan, Mrs. J. F. Tippey Mrs. J.j![!Business Manager .........Roy Green I Ii | Entertainment including f r e':
,.,:.':-', ; past week-end in West Palm Beach visiting G. Allhands Mrs. W S Harvel Mrs. ]
.' 'J.. tickets to the amatuer fights anu
business. I W. C. Worth Mrs. C. L.' Downs
{ !
; > i. Dan Allen and C. W. McDonald ; I picture show in Moore Haven topped
Miss Bonciel Stone, Mrs. C. C. Wil GEORGE WASHINGTON
; ::):<, rMr those by a social evening at the Woman'sclub !!
were among attending court
K :son. Mrs. W. C. Hooker and Mrs. D. I
: :, and Mrs. Hubert Land Mrs.
; '''; .in LaBelle Tuesday. I room there was tendered Clew-
':,Y;. ':, H. Avant were Sunday visitors in G. Alston. Two hundred years ago George I I iston basketball players Friday even-

<'>:' Moore:: Haven. H. J. Herrington of Tampa was Washington was born. This greathero's ing after the double header basket-
: I
'. among out of town business men In: birth will be commemoratedall ball game there.
:-:', Miss Elsie Hare and Van Cothern :Clewiston this week. BIRTHDAY PARTY SATURDAY over the United States but just At the entertainment at the W&

.. ': 'attended the theatre In Moore Ha-|i 0- I the same we are wondering how man's club Mr. Arthur King scout

.':'" .: .. ven Friday night. I F. E. Johnson, of Nashville, Tenn, I Miss Mildred Ward entertained many realize the significance of this master of the Moore Haven troup
--.- i was among out of town visitors hereon !several of her friends at her home I I important date. We are too proneto entertained the guests by hypnotis-

,,_;/:L;:; -', R. L. Murray of Fort Myers. business this week. on Ventura Avenue Saturday afternoon observe the day only because it lag .a member of the squad of each

'\;. :?' was among the out of town business I in honor of her thirteenth is February 22nd rather thai, because team., Lionel Daughtrey and Edwin

::;, '.':' visitors here Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Sims of Canal : birthday. Among the guests were: I it is the birthday: of the Father Ward submitting themselves for
<,'?:;-' Point spent Sunday here as guestsof Misses Dorothy Hare, Betty Hooker, of Our Country. the delight of the audience.

:.:. ,:. Mrs. H. McDuffy Mrs. Cecil Mc- Mr. and Mis. J. R. Alston. I BerLice O'Neil, Elva Alston Roberta!I George Washington stands out After the hypnotic acts a dance
as does none other of our national I the Moore Haven
Spicer Martha Harris. Martha Nell was given by hoy
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'.:" ,: Duffy and Mrs. Milton Crouch mot I II
/' ,: ored to Miami Monday. Zach Shelley, of Cuthbert Ga., Alston June and Willie V. Hooker,I I heroes. Why shouldn't he though? scout troupeYOUNGER
Ruth Parker Zelda Smith He made untiring sacrifices and devoted -
arrived here recently to visit his Betty
.; ..' I I his entire life to the safety SET ENJOYS AVEINER
brothers T. B. Shelley and Emmett and Ann Dunty Alice Deam. Edna
', ." Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Allhands of
Shelley. Hightower and Eloia and Bethea and happiness of our people and ROAST IN HAMMOCK{ THURSDAY .
; Fort Myers, spent several days in country. We have much to be thank-
Walls and Messrs. Leroy Hare, Dan,
Clewiston visiting friends. ful for in the life Misses Roberta George and Marcia -
lfJi' I Capt. Hurd L. Reeves: tax assessor Bob and Jim Beardsley, Walker of Washington I
that Js if we are loyal American cit: Avant and Edwin Ward entertained
!spent Wednesday in Clewiston Fears Robert Rox Dunty, W. L. .-
Mrs. J. F. Simpson, Mrs. Joe Zan-! on business.E. Senterfeit Rodman Wallace, Donald izens. We owe him multitudinous! a number of their friend

one and Mrs. A. A. MULroe were Deam Billy Davis Owen Winn1, debts that we can never pay, and of Thursday evening at a Weiner Roast

Thursday afternoon visitors in West which many of us have never heard. in a beautiful hammock near the La
R. Davidson of Jacksonville Jimmie Hall. Pat McGchee and Conrad
> Palm:: Beach' Ford representative was in Clewiston Clark. Games were enjoyed and Let all of us do our part in making Belle road.
,' this bicentennial celebration out- Among those attending were:
on business Monday. refreshments served.
Mrs C. W. McDonald, Mrs. Lang standing in Its honor to George Evelyn Hare Mary Louise Oglesby.

--:. Mary Bush, Mae Lily Stone Emma
McDonald, Mrs. Joe Zanone and Mrs. Representative E. L. Stewart Washington.Do

: -! .. A. A. TMunroe spent Wednesday afternoon spent Wednesday in Lakeland 'unbapHe&ton. cbooI your part in4 placing him on Bethea Lily Wynn, Annie Mathis.
.. the high pedestal which has so long Ulla Jacobson. Betty Spicer Roberta
in Fort Myers. where he attended a meeting of the
.. i state road department.W. been our custom for after all, it is George and Marcia Avant.
to him that we owe the debt of the Joe. Cato, William Hooks Tommy
J. H. Roberts, president of the
,,' establishment of our republic and Hooks George Hooks Van Bush
United States Sugar Corp.. of Chicago P. Stuart of Bradenton repre-
'. the American conception of patriot Granton George, Merrel Lowe Hal
spent several days of the past sentative of the Gulf Refining Com- -
SUBJECT: Jesus, the'good shep ism. ston Avant, Dick Hooks, Bobby Hare
: < 'week in Clewiston on business.W. pany; was among the recent out of
herd. Thomas Jones and Edwin Ward.
town business visitors here.F. .

T. C. Carpenter of East Orange my shepherd, I shall not want. Pe. CLEWISTON 13-5 I FRIDAYIt SCHOOL PERSONALS
.' ', director of the United States L. Williamson of Clay Center II
: N. J., a .' 23:1. Catherine Wiandt has moved tc
,'. Corporation, arrived this weekto Kansas and daughter former resi- I
Sugar LESSON TEXT: John 10: 1-16. was a close game all the way i Hooker's Point.
of, the board. dents of Clewiston were visiting here I
a meeting INTRODUCTION"While agriculture ,':and especially during the last quar I Mary Bush spent the week-end in
and transacting, business this week.
-7 T was carried on extensively in ter. AB the second half started i Miami with friends.

;' Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Nowllng of Palestine in Bible times much of] Moore Haven's score' had mounted to I Evelyn Hare motored to West
Mrs. Joe Zanone of Nashville
West Palm Beach former residents ,the land was better ,fitted for grazing eight while. Clewiston_ could not Palm Beach Friday.
Tenn., left Thursday to return to her
here were Sunday visitors. in Clew- i rather than for cultivation. Especially make a counter. During the half, Roy Green was absent from schor, -
home after spending several weeks
,', iston. was this true of the southern however Clewiston players began I several days this week.
here visiting her brother, A. A.
Munroe. part of Judea. The raising of cattle to hit their stride and began to ring I Mae Lily Stone motored to Pabu-

;;};': P. Nichols of Wilmington. N. C., : and sheep :was one of the greatest the basket for a few counters.A kee to attend the theatre Sunday

J '. treasurer of the A.: C. L. railroad Commissioner E. E. Kelly left industries of the country, and all good many fans however, expressed night.

:. .. : and F. D. Langley Supt. of trans Tuesday for Lakeland where' he attended : the various interests related to the I the opinion that Clewiston Lily Murel Wynn attended the

'tt portation of Jacksonville, were business a meeting of the state road :industry were commonly familiar. would have won if the game had theatre in Pahokee Sunday night.

: visitors here Saturday. department there Wednesday. Mr. Herding the sheep was done by-a continued for another period.' Never- Catherine Wiandt was absent

ti T class of hired servants who gave theless, Moore Haven ended eight from classes several days last week.
Kelly was a part of a delegationfrom
,; .- ',' Miss Hallie Reed Floyd Ellis and Hendry county attending this their lives to the work' as a vocation. points in the lead as the tally Roy Green was among the Clewis-

J. T Magaha of Fort Myers, were meeting. which required the shepherd to make showed Clewiston 5 and Moore Haven ton residents visiting on Fort My

; I all necessary sacrifices for his 13. ers last week.Sprinkle .
: Sunday visitors here as the guests
charges. He kept the flock. together,
,.:. of Miss Eleanor Wintle. The party) Miss Evelyn Hare was hostess at
hunted for the strayed cared fer the : '
CHAPEL PROGRAMMiss mixture of
in Palm a one par'
: ,; spent Sunday evening her home Sunday evening at a delightful
sick set broken bones, often,, carried
:\ Beach. bridge party. Refreshmentsof borax to one part sugar, place on the
congealed fruit' salad, whipped the weak hunted the, best pasture West's .room had charge of shelves about your home, it will poi

: : ', W. V. Knott Dr. W. S. Cawthon, cream, cakes and punch were served ,provided the best water and was always the chapel program Friday. In as son every "aunt" that finds it.

; R. A. Gray C. D. Landis ar.d Nathan !I Guests were Misses. Mary Louise was on guard against wild much as the day fell on Lincoln's
. \ I II
beasts. At night the sheep were put Roy-There are several things
those in of the
birthday charge
,, :z' A' Mayo. members of the Governor's !!i Oglesby Catherine Wiandt Mary pro
,- i into a fold and a porter guarded the framed it this I can always count on.
gram around great
. ,, official staff of Tallahassee, were Bush Betty Spicer and Evelyn Hare
'" last!. entrance until morning." American leader. Mary Louise-What are they?
: :, ;; guests at the ,Watanabe House and Messrs. Tommie Hooks, Robert The following
"Jesus was still speaking to the rendered Roy-My fingers.
Friday evening. Halter Van program was :
Bush, Edwin Ward aLd
I man to whom he gave sight, and to Song. assembly.
Bobby Hare. Believe It Or Not
y'," : Mrs. George Terrell, Miss Lois .- the Pharaaecs'who' excommunicatedthe Bible reading Dan Beardsley. One bright pupil has discoveredthat

: Te'irell and :Miss Ulla Jacobson were i i Among the recent registrations at man and had condemed Jesus as Prayer assembly. Abraham Lincoln was born in
!i a sinner for doing the deed on the
: visitors in Moore Recitation, Violet Bethea.
: Sunday afternoon i the Watanabe House are: B. Whid- the house he helped his father build.
,,; Haven.Mr i I I den, of Tampa; M. Bechtelhemier of Sabath. The life of Abraham Lincoln,
'Verily, verily,' Jesus began, thus .
Roberta Spicer.Recitation A Gangster Story
!| Dade City; W. H. Huedboy, of Dade I
"" ,:':: and Mrs., N. F. S. Russell, of City; Joe A. Gershan. of Atlanta; drawing attention to the importance I I I Bernice O'Neal. Scottie-No' then Herbert, ye'd

.>;. Burlington N J., were guests at the G. B. Reed, of Miami; M. Hankin- of the discourse that was to follow. Song. assembly. better pay up or I'll be takin ye lr

: Clewiston Inn this week.. Mr. Russellis son, of Daytona Beach; Walter R. Then' he pictured an Eastern sheep- February heroes, Phillip Charley, a-a-a-a walk.

.'. ': is a director of the United States Su- Reiser of Daytona Beach; Mr. and!' fold a large open enclousure I I.
with only one entrance where the
:.z.:; gar Corporation, and came here to Mrs. J. Ball of. Delray Beach; Mr.
I flocks of several shepherds were I I
attend a meeting of the board. aLd :Mrs. N. King, of Norfolk Va.;
Into whicha
kept during the night
: '
} ., --- I Mr. and Mrs. S. Newton. Tampa;
';- __ of New York, official j thief seeks entrance by climbingup
: J. F. Tcrrel Harry Mendal of Atlanta Bill
the wall that encloses it
",;{/: ', of the United States Sugar Corporation I Scaggs representative of the Eli over

:: .\--'r' ,' spent several days this week in Witt Cigar Co., J. R. Collins, of West I I I but the shepherd enters through the
., which the opens'for him.
.' door porter and
< Clewiston on business. Palm Beach; Mrs. V. Prince and I II Body Shop
... :; :,\ In the first, verse of today's lesson
: Miss Eloise Prince of Broden, Fla.;
' '
'r :' I Jesus said "Verily, verily I say
: Friends of H. G. McArthur will and B. Prince, of New York.
!f; ';'.:t:",;, ::." be interested to learn that he is I unto you. He that entereth Lot by

. f:1.: : rapidly recovering from a recent WEINER ROAST the door into the sheepfold but
.: climbeth up some other way the and secured the services of
: .*: "..., operation. .1 a
:",""!f'-::.<". Roberta George, Marcia Avant same is a: thief and a robber. '!

":f''i': Mrs. Charles Keiuts and children, and Edwin 'Ward entertained Thurs: Thieves would sometimes climb the SPECIALIST in this work

: .: .:>\.: Howard Clara Belle and Oliver and day evening with a weiner roast. wall of a sheepfold and steal the

'; :' "' Miss Edith Clarke and Mr. Charles Guests were Misses Mary Louise sheep. while the Porter slept. "But:

.--.':,:',:. ,, Rosencutter and Billy Deam, of Manhattan -( Oglesby, Mary Bush, Mae Lilly he that entereth in by the door is II |

."w::. ;' Kansas arrived in Clewiston I.1. Stone. Emma Laura Bethea Lily the shepherd of the sheep. To him ]1

':3'; ',:" this week for a short visit of several Merel Wynn Annie Mathis, Ulla Ja-I the porter openetn; and the sheep I CLOTH TOPS SIIIE CURTAINSTARPAULINS I ft AWNINGSMADE
calleth his
hear his voice; and he
and ,
'. with their relatives. Judge
:\ :;.: : days cobsen Betty Spicer, Evelyn Hare .
: own sheep by name and leadeth I
-.:. :' Mrs. Paul Doam and family. Billy Marcia A,ant and Roberta and I AND REPAIRED

,.' '';:" Deam will remain here with his par Mesrs. Joe Cato William Hooks them out.

. ',: > ; ents. Van: Bush, Gratton George, Thomas Several flocks each having a, Fenders and Bodies Repaired and Woodwork
; )shepherd, would be placed in a sin
Hooks, George Hooks, Merrel Lowe
, : ...' Among the recent registration, Hookie Avant. Dick Hooks, Bobby I gle "fold" at "night and ,all guarded I Truck Bodies Built
at the Clewistor. Inn are:' F. F. Dav Hare Thomas Jones and Edwin by a "porter. In the morning the' Replaced. -

.. / idson, of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Ward. several shepherds would come to

: ;.: N. B. Hemehway, of Jacksonville; ANNUAL VALENEINE PARTY the fold to take their sheep to the WELDING BLACKSMITHING

.:-. c Mr. and Mrs Robert Caheen, of Ath HELD AT INN FRIDAY pastures. The porter would admit

j, "!.. ens, Ohio; S. D. Maneady. of Fort the shepherds to the fold Inside

\ .;:' Myers; C. Rothart, of Orlando; II Mrs. W. C. Hooker and Mrs. D. the wall) and ,each shepherd would

: :< S. Hopkins!: of Lakeland; D. C. Perry G. Alston were hostesses at the call his own sheep. They knew his
i ;".:'":: of Tampa; C. C. Clark, of Tampa Valentine party of the com voice. and in a few moments the PIONEER SEVICE STATION
of each shepherd would gather
; R. L Murray, of Jacksonville;; bined Women's Social club which
, .Mr. and Mrs Harold Condict. of Orlando was held Friday afternoon at the around him and be ready to be

t ; Bill Deads and ;Walter L Clewiston Inn. Mrs. T. V. Watson led out to the pastures; "and the

Hays, of: Orlando; E. S. Smith ol f won high score. Mrs. C. C. Wilson sheep"follow him for they know his Belle Glade Florida.

I Verona, N. J.; ar.d J. F. Turner. ol f held second and MrV. Leland Perkins voice. Occasionally the shepherd
calls to the sheep and hearing his

Lakeland. won the cut>.tor' prize. Refre.bmente (Coxiiba- d; OB .Jm .4) ., .

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SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON ically all of the 232,000 churcheswill l than at Jacksonville or }> IN THE CIRCUIT COIIIIT, TWELFTH
12-I 1
hold special services honoring O. the cost at Lakeland being only JUDICIAL COUNT CIRCUIT, I.'LOUIDA IIENDRY

(Continued From Page 3) the first president on this day. I 1-2 cents per month per child, at IN CHANCERY.HIcIinrd .

voice, they continue grazing, but i ia ii: During the week of February 22, Apollo the Sur. God stood, Jacksonville 81 cents per month per W. ii. Owen,

stranger calls, they are startled motior. pictures depicting princIpal Like a statute in the land of'the child, and Pens cola the highest Complainant, *

uLd scatter. events in the life of George Washington good; with a cost of 92 2-3 cents per v* .

entitled the Every morning his steed month child. : -
"Washington per
Jesus then said, I am the door: I \ uj bell Owen
-by me If any man enter in, he shall Man and the Capitol" and producedby With Aurora to lead, "The cost for school supplies, at Defendant,
Warner Brothers, will be shownin Went away to the western sky, Lakeland ORDER OF IMJHMCATION
be saved, and shall go in and out, ; I was very much less than
and find pasture." As the sheep the theatres of America as a fea- On their beautiful beds to lie. either of the other Homes. the cost It appearing by affidavit appendedto
the bill filed in the above
could enter the "fold" only throughthe ture of the bicentennial' celebration. at Lakeland Home being only 11 cause that Maybell Owen the defend-

door, so we may enter God's Hundreds of theatres have already II .. .. cents per month per child; Pensa ant, therein named is a non-resident of
arrar.ged for such a showing, and, On a golden ship that stood the State of Florida, and is a residentof
cola next with
Kingdom only through Christ, by a cost of 19 2-3 cents 535 Linden Street, In the City of
accepting him as a Savior."I undoubtedly, practically every mo- In the ocean of the good, per month per child; and Jackson- Savannah County of Chatam. State of
tion picture theatre in America will Apollo came and went, ville highest with a cost of 27 cents Georgia that there is"'no person In the
am the good shepherd: The State of Florida the service of a sub-
be booked to show the life of George With companions Jupiter sent. month
good shepherd giveth his life for .. per per child. poena upon whom would bind such defendant -
Washington on the screen. And his chariot's sent out sun, ; and that Maybell Owen Is
the sheep." Sometimes when the That awakened the children to The Jacksonville Receiving Home over the age of twenty-one years; it
flock was attacked a good shepherd Plant is composed of seven buildings, is therefore ordered that non-resident
Morning fun. defendant be and is hereby requiredto
would place himself between the each of the other Homes has
By PHILLIP J. CHARLEY. appear to the Bill if Complaint filed
danger aud the sheep, and was 16,867 MEN JOBS ON OPENING only one building. The Jacksonville in such case on or before :Monday: the
sometimes sacrificed for them, justas (Fifth Grade) Home cares for more than double 7th day of March A. D. 1932, otherwise -
--- -- : the allegations of said bill will
Christ was sacrificed for us. NEW YORK, FEB. 16-The: national NUMBER: CONTEST the Lumber of children that eitherof be taken as confessed by, said defend-

"The hireling fleeth, because he campaign to obtain 1,000.000 the other homes do and has four ant.It
for resulted in times as workers either of os further ordered that this orderbe
jobs the jobless 16- many as
is hireling and careth not for
an The first grade had a race in num- published once a week for four con-
the sheep." "I am the good shep-|I I 367 men and women being place ber work reviewing the lesson of the the other Homes. The repairs on secutive weeks In the Clewlston Newsa
fin positions on the first day, headquarters seven buildings, the equipment for newspaper, published In said county
herd and know and
my sheep, am past week. Elb rt Hooks and Floyd and State.
known of mine." The Judean shepherd I figures showed tonight, Geiger won over the entire class in seven; buildings, the cost of nurses This January, 22 1932.
knew each individual and I[The campaign began yesterday and for babies, a relief matron are items: WILLIAM T. HULL,
sheep this
race. Court.
SEAL of Circuit
( ) Clerk
I the first day's results based the other two Homes do not have as
could tell it by name. So Christ were The highest grades in the third By INEZ MAGILL,
II reports received to to- compared with our Jacksonville Deputy Clerk.
knows each separate follower of his. on up noon grade were made by Elizabeth Davis, WALTER WV PRESTON,
day. The campaign undertaken Home.
however weak and ur.worthy.The was John K. Mowry, Betty Dunty.' Julia Solicitor for Complainant.

faithfulness and love of a I by the American Legion, the American Oglesby, Leonard Thomas Eddie V. The Home Society does not have I Feb. 5-12-19-26 Mar. 4.

Federation of Labor, the As- any solicitors anywhere, but uses
good shepherd for his sheep are I Walls and Billy Davis.

thus described by Jesus. "As the sociation of National Advertisers Ranking grades by members of the direct letters of appeal entirely, 6rn-JW;<.k= .....;7.--V' 1T r"'l
and the Legion auxiliary. as the cost is so much less.
Father; knoweth me, even so knowI the fourth grade were held by Dick-

the Father: and I lay down my Among the states, Wisconsin lewith ey Patterson Henry Bourne and J. The Society is now in need of B AJ.JDXESS

life for the sheep." It is no wonder 4. 457 wage earners placed' in D, Hooker. good homes for its homeless child- BALD SPOTSABNORMAL

that so many thousands of Christ's 10 communities. ren, also is in need of funds, food, II AIItI)12FICIiiNCY

followers have suffered tortures The tabulation showed the following CHILDREN'S HOME: SOCIETY clothing for its big family, which Not n Tonic -:- A Hair Grower! '\
I '
and death, rather than desert him jobs reported in Florida and SHOWS LOW COST IN UPKEEPThe averages over 850 children daily. If "Spain' Best CnpIIIiis 20th" Kadi*- ...al

or deny him. Georgia. : you can take a child or help in any will grow hair on a bald head of-"

Then Jesus made a declaration in Florida: Palatka, 60. Children's HomeSociety, in way, drop a line to Marcus C. "Dad- Bald spots eon"r"(1 with hair

which every Gentile is interested, Georgia: Atlanta, 22; Macon, 21; its last annual report says: "We do dy" Fagg, State Superintendent, 428 Abnormal hair restored deficiency Is

"And'other sheep I have, whichare Thomaston, 28; Barnesville.G. not believe that any other Children's St. James Bldg., Jacksonville, Fla., Year of scientific research and

not of this fold: them also I Indiana: Kokomo, 8. Home or Orphanage in Florida could who will be delighted to hear from laboratory marvelous work preparationSend produced this

must bring, and they shall hear my I possibly have made a better record )you as' the entire work of the Child- for a jar today with full

voice; and there shall be ,one fold, FLORIDA FIRM AWARDED than our Society in the very low ren's Home Society of Florida is sup- Literature instructions on request

and one shepherd." Whoever en- VETERAN'S HOME WORK costs for fOod, clothing, laundry ported entirely by voluntary donations Can 'be used as easy an cleaning

gages in the work of Christ or in Medical, optical and dental supplies, of' money, food and clothing. teeth
spreading his gospel merely or most- WASHINGTON, Feb. 16.-The school supplies' etc., than our Society :.1.00

ly for pay in money is a hireling veteran's administration today' awarded has made this past year. The "Has. your man found a job yet, U.512 S. SALES Walnut AGENCY Street

such as Jesus describes in this les- i a $115,867 contract to the lower" costs at Lakeland and Pensa- Mrs. Waggs?" IIILADEL<'J'III.', 1"\.

son. :Many have gone out among I J. M. Raymond Construction Company cola as compared_ with Jacksonville; "Yes, indeed, I start o' work SPAIN'S BEST 20th.ILADISCAI'ILLUS .

those "other sheep," and taught i of Jacksonville, Fla., for the indicate more contributions in arti- ,

Christ to them, sometimes sacrific- I construction of nurses' and officers' cles other than cash; Monday.. I
ing their lives and those "The cost for laundry for the Pen-
were I
I quarters at the St. Peterburg, Fla.veterans' .,
"good shepherds" such as Christ sacola Home, was only $19.72 for
mentioned. home. the whole year, or 58 cents per per- N N:N M ,:N:....N-N:N'N:N:..:..:N:N:M:.1 M:N:N N N Nfi..:N:..:N:..:'.:N:N:"N N:N:'.:N NON:":"%VWV-*WNVAV

PRICES OF FARM AND son for the entire year. At Lakeland I::

FONS A. HATHAWAY SAYS COMMERCIAL PRODUCTS the laundry cost was, less than one I

cents per day. At Jacksonville, the I
(Continued from Page 1)) Spuds Johnson cost for laundry, was $1.75 per
I month, per child, or 5 2-3 cents per PIPE & STEEL CO! :
the school fund of the several coun- How big is the farmer's dollar? '/ : '

ties where collected. He venturedthe Some of us will say we didn't day. ,I.
"The cost, for all foods, meats, 9
opinion that this fund could be know he had a dollar, and others ..
will fish and milk| were almost the same ): WE CARRY THE MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF NEW AND .;.
used to far greater advantage in I declare that the farmer's dpllar
teaching the children the importanceof I,is as gib as anybody's dollar. But at the Lakeland and Pensacola ': USED GALVANIZED AND BLACK PIPE, AND FITTINGS. :_;:
Homes the Lakeland Home being a
wild life conservation than sup- the fact is that the farmer's dollaris 3k: IN THE STATE OF FLORIDA, IN SIZES FROM 3-82 AND ;.i.i;
meal. the meals at
porting a horde of game wardens just slightly over half as large as wee Lakeland costing per 3 1-2 cents per :k LARGER, F.OR ALL PURPOSES. SUCH AS DREDGING. :g's ;: -rff!
at.d inspectors. the business man's dollar.
meal per child, at Pensacola 3 7-10 ; WATER LINES, WELL DRILLING RAILINGS, GOLF _.
Abolishment of the game depart- Of course we are not talking a-
ments I cents per meal per child, and at :!: COURSES. AN IRRIGATION OUR SPECIALTY. :!:
contemplates a material reduction bout a silver dollar or a greenback
in hunting and fishing Licenses i dollar, for "if a farmer is fortunate Jacksonville 6 1-3 cents per meal. i: OUR SHOP IS THE ONLY ONE SOUTH OF JACKSONVILLE :s:
Even this cost at Jacksonville is
charged citizens of Florida. enough to have either of those he .} WITH MODERN MACHINERY FOR COMPLETE FABRIi;i:
much less than any other Children'sInstitutions
Hathaway also said he would a- has a dollar that is the same dimensions in the same city. :x: CATION OF PIPE SUCH AS REAMING.. DRILLING. CUTTING :::
bolish the state hotel commission of a similar dollar anywhere.
i "The cost for'all 'clothing and x ETC ;%
and place its duties, as the relatedto However
when the farmer takes
I a II shoes, was much lower at Lakeland ':. WE OFFER YOU HIGHEST QUALITY. LOWEST PRICE :j. .
sanitation and hygieneunderthe dollar's worth of farm produce to ;.
than either of the other Homes, the :r. AND MOST EFFICIENT SERVICE AT- :::
State Board of Health, where town to exchange it for merchandise, '
cost at Lakeland for all wearing apparel t
they rightfully belong. He took the he gets about 57 cents worth of mer- .. .1.
position- that these borrowed and shoes being only 35 cents Adelman's & Steel Co. _;;
are purely health chandise. If he : a dollar month child Pensacola being Pipe ::
matters and should be per per .. .
regulated by several years ago and wants to re-
the health authorities. He would pay it in the shape of farm productsnow next with 84 2-3 cents per month S' PHOXE 1J-142O 47 X- E- 23th: St.. 'i..
eliminate per child, and Jacksonville the 'high- WIRE Oil WRITE Miami. Florida .
all fees and licenses now he will have to turn in about j .

exacted from cafes, boarding houses: $1.97 worth of products, in addition I, est with 88 cents per month per f i
and hotel owners for inspectionsand to paying whatever interest is clue.
I "For medical optical and dental .. ..... ...... ..... .......... ... .. ..-.
pay the expense of this service ,": "))X+(+(":"X.-o--: : : :.r+( : : : : : :--: : : : : : : :+: :""+( :
These figures have been computed Lakeland far much less
from the care, was by
regular constitutional tax i
from recent statements about the
for protection of public health. ,
price index as issued by the Bureauof ----- -- --- I
He said the tribute levied by the
Agricultural Economics and have
hotel commission from 66.6
owners of been quoted recently in The Progres-
small cafes hotels
and boarding
sive Farmer-Ruralist and in The Na-
houses to support in- comparative tional Grange SALVE
luxury countless inspectors
was unwarranted Of course it is tough on the farmer a66 Liquid or Tablets used internally -

and unjustified. I to have to pay $1.97 for every dollar and 666 Salve externally, make a .
He also advocated
abolishmentof he borrowed 10 years ago. Yet complete and effective treatment for

the present motor vehicle com the banker is not getting any more Colds.
mission and would transfer
these out of it, and it is not his fault. The Most Speedy Remedies KnownAsk WANTED
back to the
comptroller's office
trouble is that the price of farm
products Your for Particulars
where :: Druggist
they were handled priorto
as compared with the price of
creation of the department -- ----- ---- ---
other products is too' low, and it has
l> the 1927 ,
y legislature. I I """"""" """" '"'""" "-
.been too low for the last 11 years. ,

PRESIDENT HOOVER TO The remedy? Not necessarily to SAME SERVICE

OPEN BIG CELEBRATION raise prices on everything to war-
time levels. Farmers will not objectto

(Continued from Page One) selling their products at low Nolon B. Conner, formerly lo- Substantial inducements are .

societies in the District of Columbia.In prices, rovided other products are cated in the Civic Center Barber -

the evening the George Wash- :selling at correspondingly low prices.As Shop, may now be found at offered

ington colonial costume ball will be The' Progressive FarmerRuralistputs SHORTY MUSGRAVES Barber. to relieve'the acute .

held at the Mayflower hotel under it, Jot inflation but restoration Shop in theALS'TON

the auspices of the United States : is needed. "Agricultural America BUILDING housing

George Washington Bicentennial demands not inflation but (1) a Whore the Same Efficient shortage now preVailing -

Commission and the District of Col- restoration to normal commodity Service May be Had

umbia Bicentennial Commission.. No I price levels prevailing when the pre- in Clewiston
effort is being spared to reproducethe sent burden of private and public Nolan B. Conner -

colonial atmosphere for this oc- debt was created and then (2) the \

casion. The affair is being man- stabilization of money values so that =- ",_ -J

cged be by experts and every state will debts can hereafter be made with .:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:NN. Nti NNN. :NNNNNN . :.
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guests. tor' that a dollar at settlement time
While the celebration officially will be the same as a dollar at bor- .
C. E. STEBELDealer
opens on February 22, Sunday, Feb- rowing time." THE. '

ruary 21. will be an active day in in ,

the District of Columbia as well as First Ventriloquist- "So your

' in every city Itr America. The United voice hasn't been bringing in the General Electric Refrigerators CLEWISTON COMPANY

States George Washington Bicentennial money the way it used to." Electrochef Stoves .

Commission has suggested spe- Second Ventriloquist-"No, it's .
cial religious services for George been getting thrown for a loss." Radios and Supplies PHONE 102

Washington to be held wherever Good Hardware: A number of Radio Repairing : ADMINISTRATION

people gather to worship. Response sections of the United States are I BUILDING CLEWISTOX. FLORIDAPAGE

from the various church organiza- now accepting eggs as currency. Pahokee Florida. .

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