The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00359
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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 26, 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
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
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System ID: UF00028415:00359
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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of State Tag Funds A total of 65,306 gallons of gas-
ARE oline was consumed in Hendry coun- PERMIT CARD FOR i MItL INSPECTION; I

ty during the month of January, ac .

GIVEN BY LANDIS TALLAHASSEE, Feb. 23.Publie cording to a tabulated report issued 3000 VISITORS WATCH SUGAR MADE
schools in Florida today receivedanother this week by the state departmentof '

t> allotment of state funds derived agriculture in Tallahassee. Dur-
r\ from the sale of 1932 automobile ing the period 9,652 gallons of ker- REPRESENTATIVES OF-, EVERY
1>. ,.;,. : FIRST STATEMENT TO BE FILED:I license tags. The total appor- osene were sold in Hendry county. ;MAYO PROMISES: AID IN STATE LISTED IN STREAM.

. ''Ar\;;" ,,!j BETWEEN MAY 8 AND I i I'tionment was $1,657,997.41.It Total gasoline consumed in the :MUCK:\ FIRE FIGHT OF VISITORS

',;:, MAY 13 was the fourth distribution of state showed 20,544,809, which did
'<:';"." state money to the county school not include 152.112 gallons sold to HIALEAH, Feb 23.-Mayor Rob- "Your name please;" came the

\7'; : Rules for the guidance of candi- systems since the first of the year.It U. S. goverLment agencies free of ert V/ Marshall was informed today customary request at the visitors''

>' dates wishing to 'enter the Democratic all came from motor vehicle licenses the state tax.MYSTREY. by Nathan :Mayo state commissioner entrance to the mill 'of the U. S.

_; :' I primary elections in June were I I as officials did not wait to include i of agriculture, that memace Sugar Corporation here recently

!':t:> set out last week in an opinion by I I funds from the one mill ad I: of the Everglades muck fires, burn- when a party of. four. -stylishly
* .. ; Attorney General D. Landis. PLAY TORE ing in a 500 mile area in South dressed ladies applied for visitors ,
,<.: Cary valorem school. tax or from interest I
They are in summary: ;I Ion I state deposits. i'Florida, wIll' be placed before Gov. passes to the mill.

,- Carlton and his cabinet as soon, as Three of the ladies ;readily con-
: Each candidate for office who 1 I In turning over the money to the
PRODUCED HERE ':the governor returns to his office sented and signed the permit cards
..: must run in more than one county .is i i comptroller and the department of
from a business trip. provided at the entrance.. The oth-
: required to file a sworn statement! public instruction, :)Motor Vehicle I '
Marshall also was informed by er, apparently did"not' 'care to give
t : with the secretary of state not less!II Commissioner Walter S. McLin said
' 2" : telegraph today! that the United her name, and looked skeptically at
than 30 days before the first primary the 25 percent penalty for nonpurchase :
" ;:: I States department of interior has the other members of her party.;
;"':, .t showing receipt for payment of of tags before Feb. 1 boosted
no power to take action in puttingout "Go ahead and sign, Mary." one of
, ;rt/:. "4 assessments levied by the state executive the funds this month., He predictedthat FOUR-ACT MYSTERY PLAY TO'
the fires. He had sent an ap- her friends advised 'and the petite
' <: ,A-, committee, and to pay his another large sum would be BE GIVEN AT SCHOOL
',: ...: peal to the department for aid. unknown hesitatingly took a pencil
: 'filing fee to the secretary of state. ready for the schools soon after the HOUSE MONDAY?
from her expensive purse, looked
.. The committee assessment also may first of March.
,, be paid to the secretary of state for I(I Four acts of mystery comedy and 2-Inch Rain BreaksEverglades first at the permit card and then at
I the other members of the party.
transfer to the committee. I I exciting momeLts will be staged at
the school auditorium here Monday! II Then after another moments! hesita-
Each candidate for office which!' hew Zones _
I Drought
1Ti Dipping
night when members of the Ham the pencil was drawn in a clear
requires him to run in only one
bold line to form the word
.. 'I Club present their stage production I.I Two inches of rain fell on Clewis- .Mary.
county must follow the same course. To Open March 14 "Now, do I have to put the rest?"
"The Ghost Bird" for the benefitof i
except that the statement and the: ton the early part of the week to
she asked. And being told that
the American Legion post. I upon
break a, drought existing since the
fees are to be paid to the clerk of :r ---- the rules of the mills.required the

the circuit court not less than 25 i A new zone of compulsory cattle Under the direction of Mrs. G. O. first of the year. New Year rain full name to be signed 'the. dainty
Wallace the cast has been carefully was the first that had fallen in any
days prior to the first primary. 7 I I
,'.\ i visitor added "Pickford, Holly-
Each candidate is also required to sec-tion: drilled for their parts in this thrill- amount since September. "
wood, California, to the card.
i .. file a detailed and itemized state- for the state livestock sanitary ing mystrey story and now all is in Weather reports taken by the U. "Well. lady," Miss Pickford" was

" .' "':/ ment of his campaign expenses, either board and U. S. department of agri- readiness for the presentation Mon S. Sugar Corporation here showed I told, "You are the third Mary Pick-

: with the secretary of state or the culture said this week.I day night. Mrs. Wallace announces a fall of .73 inches Monday and 1.96 ford to register at the mill today,"
that the Ghost Bird will be stagedfor Tuesday. Benbow Farm station reported -
.' : clerk of the circuit court as governed -I I Thirty two vats have recently been E N. Eppenauer who acted as guide
< ._- -by the two previous rules, Lot I one night only and will not be a 1.3 inch rain Monday. Re-
constructed at a cost of $65,000 in through the mill answered. Where-
more than 30 days nor less than 25 played as a repeat play under any ports sent in from Canal Point!
I Lee, Hendry, Collier; and Glades I upon the original Mary Pickford, of
circumstances. Heretofore, produc- showed an average rain of three
days prior to the .first primary; an-
1 I counties to carry out the cattle dipping cinema fame smiled sweetly and said
; other statement not more than 12 tions of the Ham Club have been fourths inches in that section for '
I activities. Three of these are "Well, the other three must have
called for second presentation iL first two of the ,week.
: than prior a the days
days nor less eight days I
: ,located[ in Hendry county. A part been impostors, with a ,. gesture
to the first primary; and again lof the new zone. located in this Clewiston. The rain was received with satis-! that indicated that, the original Am-
within 10 days after the second I The funds derived from the Ghost faction by farmers in the Everglades '
county includes an area from Goodno erica's Sweetheart was slightly: boredat
primary election. Bird will be given to the Clewiston section. It not only the soila
west of the A. C. L. tracks toImmokal gave I. not being recognized or that she
Post to be used in furthering its
J Therefore, this year's candidates e.I needed dampening, but extin- really believed some other had giv,
must file their first statements of charity and civic purposes. I guished many of the smaller muck
en her name to the mill.
The work of cattle dipping in this arriv-
The with
campaign expenses between May 8 I scene opens fires in this section. Miss Pickford is but one of the
section will require the services of
ing at the Glendenning estate for a
ar.d midnight of May 13, their second -I celebrities visiting the sugar mill
15 men at the beginning aLd as the week-end party. The guests are not
'j statements between May 28 and' here this season. A. check-up madeat
work progressed an additional 15 Plants
on the best of terms with each other 23 Varieties
of 30 and their final)
midnight May the office yesterday revealed
may be placed in this section, Mr. and during the play a murder is
statements-, later than midnight that already- more than .300'0.. .persons -
I Tabb announced., Most of these will '
committed. Tense moments. 'Whoto Qn One Smal Plot '
wf" ,of: July 8. : have register'ed or : about an
be used riders with
7'''''' 1 as range one or suspect? What was the, motive? ,:. "

.. ." Jv'.TW-;These J sworn statements ,of .campaign : -I two acting as ,inspectors.After .. Who is the hero, and ,whQ-the..vil- 'Twenty-three'distinct a 'j J r. vet ag- L f. visitors. ., ;a).gay/*Sugar. :
:, of allo freials' j 'estimat.e.that
required J)
are 'i
v expenses 1pa
;, the work has been started lian? All these questions 'are gradually pri 'lam "'
foliage listed '
,"..: :\,. .."'.candidates whether they have paid tropical are': .tl.1 more than 5000 will have been tak-'
.'' guards will be placed at all bridgesto answered during the four acts, acre block of the Clewiston Inn hero
political workers or not. Florida en on tours of inspection before the
.y I prevent non-dipped cattle from with plenty of comedy injected by including two kinds' o( rubber trees,
law limits paid political workers harvest season is brought to a close.
entering. The livestock board agent Tobias Tolliver (Ed Butler) and custard apple and avacado.
to clerks and stenographers iL thecandidates' Visitors at the mill include res-
I said most of the farmers and cat- Andalusia Anderson (Mrs. J. E.eardsley. Other tropical varieties are: cy-
.': campaign headquarters idents of practically every'state in1:
:;. ,' tlemen in this section were cooper- .) press, pop ash, scrub oak, century
but prohibits payment of money to the Union, as well as Canada, Germany -
ating to the fullest extent in the pro- The curtain rises at 8:15 Monday plant, bananas, guava. lemon, lime;
others and prohibits persons from Cuba, Alaska and Mexico.,
,gram. night at the school auditorium. papayas, coleus, croton, australiansilk
accepting money for political work Almost every conceivable occupa-
oelanders alamanders tropical
,'.r, other than as clerks and stenogra-I tion has been represented by per-

:: /;".., phers at campaign headquarters. almonds, bamboo, washington- sons coming to Clewiston to view

i "';, Florida law also limits the amount I FLORIDA---LAND OF OPPORTUNITYFlorida I I ian palm, sweet gum, hibuscus the processes of reducing sugar
other kinds of
f i ;.r, of money each candidate. may law- I turk's cap and many cane to raw sugar Doctors,. lawyers.

fjj. fully spend in his campaign. flowering plants. bankers, ministers, presidents ,of
1 :; j, Editors Note: We suggest that has been widely adver- public mind, was a good place to The custard apple tree growingin sugar: companies as well as a stream

Xww candidates and prospective candidates tised as the "Land of Opportunity"and stay away from. Then came science I front of the Inn is one of the few I of laymen: have climbed the three

and others interested, file rightly so. It is a "Land of and research to conquer the stalking :- remaining trees of this variety found stories;; of the sugar mill in orderto

these rules away for future refer-,Opportunity" for those who would disease and pestilence that lurk-I in Clewiston, however, the species see each pperation. A hasty sur-

I'r.;. ence. enter into its boundaries with the ed in its sub-tropical and tropical t jis. by no means rare in the Ever- vey made yesterday showed that

t 1 desire and purpose of accomplishing climate. With this victory, Florida glades. Ohio'ranked at the top of the list in

constructive work.: Florida is a took on new life-and has progres-I The many varieties of trees grownon number of visitors to the mill, with

: Ehling and Putz Held \,land which has billions of dollarsin sively thru the years become a great the block' were not planted with Pennsylvania following. in, .s.ec'ond'

resources. In some cases we playground. Today, because of the sole purpose of showing the dif- place.

Ir: <: In Assault Hearing know the actual value and the a- science and research, thousands are ferent kinds of tropical plants, for Visiting hours at the mill remain

rr7';: ', mount we have other resources rejuvenating their bodies with the throughout the city there are many the same even with the -increasing

; abound that have never been esti- use of the great health given pro- other kinds'not represented in this number of sightseers. Realizingthat

tt.Y: : .1 After a preliminary hearing before -. mated. There is untold wealth in perties that exist in Florida sunshine small tract.Arrests. the sugar mill with its vast ma-

{;.. County Judge Robbins, of Palm I I I the unknown 'products of Florida and eLjoying the comfort and chinery is one of the show placesof

f-':{"'''f?>:' Beach county, this week, Pete J.i I that only await the time when some relaxation from business and profes- To Be Made Florida, and that the. sugar industry -
Ehling, Clewiston barber, and Jacob '
; research worker will reveal to us sional cares provided by' its balmy is destined to be the largest
'-i. Putz who gave his address as South[what our untrained eyes cannot see. winter climate; while others find I industry in the state. officials of the
For Violations
:Y remanded to while the Tag
Bay were I There are also the natural resourcesof equal recuperative powers 'existing company have stationed a guide at

judge decides whether the men will' climate and the varied products, along its gulf and ocean beaches, its the east entrance of the mill whose

be bound over for grand jury inves-i jof the ocean which are inexhaust- streams and lakes during the summer Arrests will be made for failure to sole duty is to conduct 'these toursof

tigation. The men were arrested at I able. season. The opportunity of have 1932 license tags 'displayed on inspection. From nine to twelve

Clewiston on February 10th accusedof Florida has nothing to offer the health is an outstanding one in Flor- all automobiles using x the public aLd from one to four, the stream of

haviLg lured a 14 year old girl "get-rich-quick Wallingford" type of ida.. highways -March' first and after.I sightseers pours through the mill.

,, into an automobile and after giving promoter-it will never again tol- The opportunity of recreation in William Davis state inspector saidas :: On Sunday's the morning hours are

liquor assaulted her. .fortutes by an oiled tongue and a ing, hunting, motoring, swimming, en route to Miami. Once tich week the mill is given a

The men were arrested after an blue print of a swamp. It is not an racing. aviation, and general out- The license bureau is now collecting thorough cleaning and is pot in, operation -

all night search conducted by de- Eldorado pouring forth gold with- door games are but few of the num- a 25 per cent penalty on all tags during the hours, of cleaning.For .

puty Young and Clewiston citizens. out effort on the part of those who erous activities offered the seeker puhchased after the first of Febru- this reason and due to the fact

They were taken to LaBelle for seek it. Florida offers backgroundof i of diversion from everyday; life. ary. This serves as a warning. The that the cleaning fluid is harmfulto

questioning and giveL to the Palm solid potential wealth to those I The younger generation may enjoyall I state department has announced that fine fabrics, visitors are not per-

Beach county officers, in whose jurisdiction -I who have vision, who have the courage -'' of these things also, while carry-:additional men will be placed throughthe mitted to go through the mill while

the crime was alleged to of their convictions and the de-j I ing on their education in the high I state as inspectors to rigidly en- the cleaning process is being carried

have been committed. termination to put themselves be-,,, est type of schools and institutions. force the ruling. out.

hind their effort and the energy to.i The artist, the poet, the writer and i After his short visit in Miami Mr.

LAWLER ACQUITTEDWatts carryon their activity earnestly and 1 1I the lover of history find unparral-I Davis will visit the Hendry county OLEWISTON Mae Mln. Rain

I I consistently along sound business lelled opportunity for creative work I I distributor at LaBelle, Judge H. A. Monday 84' 58 .

Lawler, prominent Lee!I I lines. 'I I'. and study in their respective fields:l Rider, and will make arangementsto Tuesday (Out'of order' ).

county attorney, was acquitted in!I Today we are living in an age of; of ,eLdeavor for here in Florida they' alive the law strictly adhered to, Wednesday 81 55 '

Circuit court at LaBelle Saturday, science and research-the two great-i may combine the ancient and the I II J 1'e said. Thursday 86' 55 :

fI of charges of assaulting a woman I est promoters in the world which i modern at their convenience. Friday 83 55 ..

there last week. The acquittal was' work hand in hand for progress and I Agriculture returns to the state CLEWISTON INN SCENT OF Saturday 88 60

made on ,a directed verdict after de- development. The natural resourcesof approximately $125,000,000 every OLD FASHIONED DANCE Sunday .81 ,1 60" .'
fense counsel had argued that the land and sea which have been in ; year, yet its a field of opportunity Rainfall for week ,_ 0.00

evidence was insufficient to sustainthe I existence since the beginning of time which affords tremendous potential The Clewiston Inn, scene of many Previous rainfall .. ,1.50

Indictment. but passed over because of lack of returns. Witness the development brilliant social functions assumed anew ,',.
Witnesses called to the stand said knowledge as to their value are being -'lof the sugar industry in the Everglades aspect Tuesday night when approximately Rainfall to date : .. 1.50

they had heard sounds of a struggle I discovered continuously. Flor-!I and the development of agri- 100 persons gathered i General average rainfall for

ns they: approached the partly closed ida is a virgin field for the com- cultural activity there brought about there to go through the sets of an week .. .....'-.............. ..".'.....0.0.0 '
door and that Mr. Lawler walked bined explorations of science and research by scientific research. Here, we have old time square dance to the rythmi-]General average rainfall. to date 1.08:
out as they opened the door. for its greatest potential resources -I"I the capitalization of a Florida op- cal tunes of a "fiddle and guitar. NOTE: Readings are, taken at

I The prosecuting witness testified are yet to be tapped and portunlty. The, beginning of canning Many of those attending witnessed: 7-00 A. M. for:: the, preceding 24

that Lawler had come to the officeto 11 converted to the use of humanity. II Irish potatoes which for years this form of dancing for the first I hours and are dated as of the day

collect a bill for legal services. Fifty years ago Florida, in the I I (Continued on Page 4) time. [taken. _




TUB CLSWISTON NEWS wholesome recreations provided.We I them. and being tender they were TENINO'S WOODEN MONEY t ................. .........
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read almost daily of the death perishable and the industry .. .. ..
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Published every Friday In Clevriston,, of some Industrial or financial leadI collapsed in favor of the small and If someone should offer you a

Florida by CLEWISTON NEWS,I which it is only natural to couple hardy Red Spanish which can be I I wooden dollar you probably wouldn't I; C. E. STEBELDealer
loo. with the mental and physical strain shipped In bulk almost as safely as!
I it
take but out in Tenino Washington!
all have undergone during the past potatoes. in
I t
two yars.Ve also read of the long-(| I I they have wooden dollars as well as1
,, But if it can now be marketed
Entered second class General Electric RefrigeratorsElectrochef
M ivity of John D. Rockefeller and I twenty five cent pieces, five dollars!)
1. 1827. at the Post Office] j through the frozen-pack method '
Fefcroary !
others who take annual advantageof money of other denominations StovesRadios
at Ol.wl toa, Florida,, under the Act Florida's restful climate. It is why'should, not the superlatively de-I, made of thin strips of veneer wood.Tenino's .
1897.A licious "fancy pineapples" come in-
March 9
of then only logical to surmise that f 1 1 to its own agair.? Its production I poker chip money will and Supplies

Florida's climate is restful, health!' here on Pinellas peninsula was highly -. probably go down on financial records Radio Repairing
newspaper devoted to the best t; giving and conducive to long, useful successful.-St. Petersburg; as the queerest of depression Pahokco Florida

Interest of Hendry County, Florida, lives. Times. financing plans.

IU leading newspaper. Stealing a phrase from the north-I The wooden money came into being .:,.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:-:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:'
ern resort we say "come to Florida I when bank in ........ .. .. .. ...
the town failed .
I a and : : : : :-:-:-: :NNNNN:HNN: :N M:N: :H:N:N: ;
before you are sent. .r closed its doors with the customary
SubserlpU''rate: year ....-$2.00 i -- TWELFTH
sign "closed for the benefit of de-. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IIKNDRY
Outside of State of ,Florida ._...$2.60 WATCH YOUR SIDE oo Late I positors." A group of business men COUNTY, FLORIDA

lof I Tenino investigated the affairs of IX CHANCERY
According to information released the bank ascertained when and what Richard \V. II. Owen,
Advertising rates ,furnished on ap- from the State of Tennessee, every i::11'<50 elassify per cent of dividend the defunct in- Complainant,
pedestrian killed by automobiles in stitution would pay and then settled '\8.lln'beJl .

the state in 1931 was walking with By RUSSELL KAY down for a bit of constructive think- Owen,

Jlulineu' ffice. Clewiston News,J the stream of traffic on the right I Secretary, Florida Press Association ing. It was their plan to devise some Defendant
Clewliton, Florida. Editorial and, side of the road. This information system whereby the citizens of Tenino ORDER OF I'UBLICATION"It
Advertising, same. needs no explanation nor advice as I appearing by affidavit appended:
whose capital had been frozen in the to the bill filed in the above stated
to which side of the road a pedestrian I knew If we kept up this DAY bank could ccfntinue paying their cause that Maybell Owen the defendant -
should take. therein named is a non-resident of
Telephone 339 !and WEEK business we'd get in a bills and buying new merchandise.After the State of Florida and is a residentof
jam due deliberation it was agreed 535 Linden Street In the City of
THE DISTASTEFUL ART OFSLANDERING I sooner or later, and now I see that thin strips of veneer would be Savannah. County of Chatam. State of
I where Dania Is fixing to celebrate Georgia that there Is no person in the
WILL THE ,FAMOUS ,LAME issued to each depositor in proportionto State of Florida the service of a sub-
TOMATO DAY. the amount he had or.: deposit in poena upon whom would bind such defendant -
DUCK EVER DIE? 1I ; and that Maybell Owen is
I No more illustrous list of dintin- But wait, don't go yet, this gets the bank. All the business men also over the age of twenty-one years; It
guished Americans could be com- better as it goes along. The date agreed to accept this "currency" as is therefore ordered that non-resident
A Joint resolution, of the House defendant be and is hereby requiredto
and Senate a constitutional piled than a list of presidents of the I they've set is March 17th. Imagine cash in all transactions, and that appear to the Bill if Complaint filedin
proposes United States who have had their that. And I suppose Mr. St. Patrick the strips would be redeemed when such case on or before :Monday the
,amendment':changing the time of characters assailed by scandal 'mon can like it or not, or maybe it's the dividends were paid. 7th day of March A. D. 1932 other-
assembling: Congress and the inauguration wise the allegations of said bill will
gers. Even now some 150 years af- GREEN tomatoes they're celebratin!. Se now Tenino has wooden money be taken as confessed by said defend- ,
of the president. This '
ter he was president, and in a year But this thing is just naturally gettin' that is just ant.
I in
as acceptable paying
changed' kill the famous lame It Is further ordered that this orderbe
set apart for nation-wide celebra- so far ahead of me I'll never local debts as United States currency. published once a week for four con-
duck session if it is ratified by the
: ) tion of his birth scandal mongerstell I CATSUP with it. Why? Because the citizens of Tenino secutive weeks in the Clewiston Newsa
states. In said
newspaper published county
putrid tales attempting to tear Anyhow, who ever it was that have confidence in the integrety of and State.
Before tho ,resolution was adopted down the character of George Wash- This January, 22. 1932.
broke out all over with this Tomato their business men, and because the
many amendments and substituteswere ington. If the charges made against I WILLIAM T. HULL
Day idea is no slouch. He's gonna business men have confidence in the (SEAL) Clerk of the Circuit Court.
'offered from the floor of the Washington be true, which they undoubtedly it over in a great big way, so honesty of their citizens.It's By INEZ MAGILL
Senate. Most of these would have are not. what benefit can Ito Deputy Clerk.
insure a record breaking attendance just another case of cooperation WALTER N. PRESTON,
defeated' the attempt to abolish the
come of destroying the idol of hero
: he has Invited all the candi- winning. Solicitor for Complainant.
plan.Aa worship we have set up for, such a.dates for governor. If that bunch Feb. 5-12-19-26 :Mar. 4.
the proceedure now stands,

presidential and, congressional elec- noble Thomas character Jefferson? the moving it of ought TOMATOES to be some turns party.out en masse ...NNNNNNN.. .. .. .. .. .. :-:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.IH.. :..:HN.. :..:N1...:NRNNN.. .. .. .. :NNN.. .. :..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:NNNNM.. .. .. .. :..:H..-

tions are held In- ,November, and spirit in the compilation of the Declaration -
then thirteen months later the new- : of Independence, was even And the announcement of the
ly elected ,president takes his oath accused of atheism. Theodore Roose- event or riot or whatever it is sup- _: Now Your Chickens, Cows, Horses, etc., can :i'
posed to be states that two tons of
of office and 'many congressmen relinquish velt felt the splash of mud slung at
their seats to new-comers. his character while in office as pres- steer will be barbecued. boy that: \ mm THE _:
Thirteen months elapse between the sounds like a whole lot of BULL but fEED
: ident, but showing himself a super-
with fl U
I eighteen (count 'em) candi-
time' elections are held and defeatedor
for man to his assailants, bided his
dates to, be provided for I I
retiring"congressmen leave the time until he was .no longer a public it'll take a lot. suppose i AT LESS EXPE'NSEAND
capitol. officer then he went into court and
The joint resolution, must be a-I established his innocence. Then they are offering all the ;
:: ::
dopted by the House and Senate and Wilson, Harding, Jackson. Cleve- tomatoes you can eat, but beforeI .:. 'HOW ...
ratified by three-fourths of the I land and others were also attacked buy my ticket I'm gonna find out ?

states within a specified time before -1 I by filthy tongued assailants but the whether or not the Committee is + x
the plan will have become the people of the nation compared the willing to provide me with all the :;: JUST LOOK OVER THESE PRICES AND SEND US X:

20th amendment to our ,national I man being attacked with the attacker. :- tomatoes I want to THROW. t. AX ORDER ---'.--_ --------- .'i..

constitution. It was easy to see the obscurityof oOo :+: Milk-Flo Dairy Feed or Bon Air Horse and Mule $1.95 :X:

__ _Looking! ,at the matter from, the the, attackers_ ,in. their bid for And now the Grand Army of + .__ ., (The taste tells-ask the man who owns one) .::. ',
standpoint of public good. is it to fame. Each' wrongful attack on the Gubernatorial Car.didates has got a :: : ::
:i. Cottonseed Meal_"91.75-C. S. Hulls__ .95:-Bran i.CO 0 _
the beat interest to have laws passedby Chaplain. Dr. Sutton
character of these men only servedto I J. A. Bap-
congressmen who will not returnto elevate them in the minds of tist of Orlando enlisted last week, +: Shorts.$1.75-Corn_: $1.65-Oats....$2.00 (Mules + '

the capitol? They know they will thinking people who considered the and the text he has selected is "Re- s s: cry for them.) s:

not be ,returned and too much ad- source of the accusations. trenchment with a Vengence" and .:. SPECIALS FOR CHICKENS: : (Old Hens Too) +'.
vantage for spiteful legislation pre- President Hoover, faced with hard: all the other candidates are shoutin' .:. .:.
sents itself.The .' pressing national problems, has not "A-men" and "Hallelujah" without .. Stafolife, Laying Mash._.................?......"..._ __.._$2.85 +

new resolution as adopted, been free from this common even takin' the trouble to look it x:: Stafolife, Scratch .._............__..._.....__......,........ 2.25 A:::
that prac- .;. Stafolife, Chick Starter..._._...__"........:._L..__..__...____.. .95 ..
finally, by the Senate provided tice of up in the dictionary. But if ask
slandering presidents. Latelyhe you ::: Sunrise, Scratch ._u..__...._".___. .........__.......... .2.10 ::: ,
inauguration should take place in too. has been the object of dartsof me, the Gentleman has certainly ,:. ..
January following the November e- disrespectful criticism. Regardless -I[picked a tough spot for himself .t. .t_ I I IY

lection. One amendment proposedin of a man's political affiliationshe I tryin' to get anywhere with that :_: W E DELIVER '.
the-House.was that the session be does not like to see floods of dis-i troup of Boy Scouts. And besides y:
.. .
limited to June 4th after the first tasteful slander aimed at the presi-!I a lot of folks haven't forgotten the : .tif

assembly and it was calmly stated,'dent, regardless of the man occuPY-, Catt-astrophe we went through a
that the reason for this limitationwas I ing the presidential chair. The office few years back. if: LAKE SHORE SUPPLY COMPANY =f:

to permit congressmen to go II I should command respect as II IIl ---- 000
back to their constituents to cam- l should other national and state offices And
if there is anybody in Florida South FloridaFEEDS
:: Bay ::
paign for re-election. The idea of
; the respect is due the office!i with a hat on their head instead .. ,
making governmental business subordinate I'if not the man. !jof! in the Ring, I suggest they standup ss; --.a .-...- :::
:: .- s
: .
to political campaigning! In a recent issue of Collier's magazine -I and tip it tothe Tallahassee .:. .... :+.
Congressmen are today elected on a timely article by Arthur Democrat for its determined effort :; SEEDS ,-'.' I ..
issues of the moment. Is there val- I A
Train comes in defense of Mr. Hoover to defend the home town merchant s '
id reason' why they, should wait for and exposes the character of authors against the itinerant racketeer. :s: INSECTICIDES :i:

13 months,'before taking seat? There of books aimed personally at + FERTILIZERS i;.
was a time in the early history of i the president. The president would I ands Each of year dollars hundreds of thous- ::: CRATE MATERIALS :;:
are. taken from
the nation, when the constitutionwas be lowering himself to take any Florida communities ::: AND IMPLEMENTS :::
adopted, when it was necessaryto cognizance of literature to which no by high pres- i
sure boys who float down
here with
their give personal congressmen affairs time in order to and put or.e gives serious thought. this or that Racket, and, if you think ......................................................................-........................................._..........._. ..............................:..:..:..:..: A

they don't TAKE plenty, you just -
make a long trip by stagecoach to .THE "FANCY" PINEAPPLE don't know.
the national capitol. However in I

these days of 'speedy transportationand Information from; -the departmentof When a stranger steps into your

Inatanteous communication between agriculture at Washington that 1 office or stops at your door with WE HAVE NOW INSTALLED A

the capitol and all parts ofl I the pineapple has been added to the "An opportunity you'll never have

the nation, the cause for such a long growing list of fruits now success I again" you might ask him if he paysa and

delay ie''ellmlnaated.' \fully preserved by the frozen-pack I i! state. county and city license. i Top Body Shop

With the cause eliminated, is'j method suggests to the Times an op- Find out how much he contributes to

there any reason to conduct the na !portunity for the profitable revival your Community Chest, and how

tion's business' on such an antique ,and expansion of an industry that much he has invested in your county. I
plan, O Then before you start crowdin' ,
once attained to very considerable your and secured the services of a
MONEY on him. stop and if
proportions here on Pinellas penin- see you
IT'S THE PACE THAT'KILLS?, I sula ai.d at several other points in can't think of a deserving citizen in ; SPECIALIST in this workCLOTH

-' the stale notable Orlando and Fort the same line of business who mightbe

"The-problems of today are great,! Myers. We refer to the one-time able to make you as good, or
but, the problems of tomorrow will I "Fancy pineapple" industry. even a better offer, if you'd give him

loom larger, to those who allow the, The "fancy" pineapples are so the opportunity.

present daily strain to unfit them called because of their I Over in Sanford Karl Lehmar.
0 great size and
for the struggle. Meet the future
superlative quality-the two char- tells about a guy who went from of- ,
half-way. The better you feel the acteristics which, strange enough fiice to office selling a cute little MADE AND REPAIRED

smaller your problems will become. proved their undoing as a profitable typewriter cleaner for a dollar a
Every machine; including the human industry. throw and the same product was on

machine, will run only so fast., When this writer first came to St. sale in the local stationery store for Fenders and Bodies Repaired and Woodwork\ .
It's the pace that kills." '' 50c. .
Petersburg the .
production of 'fancy" -
Thus begins an article for free Replaced. Truck Bodies Built
pineapples' vas
an: industry Of course it's your money and
publicity sent out by an eastern re-
believed to have
great possibilities.
you can THROW IT AWAY if you
sort which contains such axioms as"it's
There were several varieties-Smooth want to, but remember, the dollars WELDING BLACKSMITHING
never an extravagance to care Cayennes, Abaccas, Porto Ricos and you push on the itinerant racketeer
for your health" "Come before you some we do not now remember. don't add a 'whole lot to the local -=-

are sent." "An Invitation now is They sometimes weighed as much as Prosperity you been cryin' and sob-
better than a prescription later." 20 pounds and without fibre bin'
were for.Vhen you're sure you can'tGET
"Give your body; brain, and businessthe and rich, juicy and delicious.In IT AT HOME Is plenty time PIONEER SEVICE STATION

benefit of brine," etc., etc. All respect to quality there is no enough to start worryin' about ,
of which'are'sound doctrines. comparison with the smaller
tougher spendln' your money elsewhere. And
Florida today offers the best in and fibrous Red Spanish commonin don't forget the bird that steps up .

healthful ,entertainment where all markets; but when the "fan- and takes it out of your pocket today Belle Glade Florida.lAG8. ...
young and old alike may enjoy the cies" came to be produced iL quan- and leaves town tomorrow is

benefits of its healthful climate and tity their large size was against ELSEWHERE and no 'mebbe so.

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and :Mrs.: J. P. Percy. I! .. -'" _..... -u ,With only a: few minutes to play

Mrs. H. H. Keller won high score, I Hare collided with a Pahokee playernd

t Personal Mrs H. A. Bestor held second, and I after an Interval of rest contin-

j; : ,.;. Mrs F. W. Wright, consolation. The :II THE BLUE and WHITE CJ3AW Ii ued the game. The Pahokee' girls won

-t. guests of honor, Mrs. Esther Ryan i :by 30-1.

and Mrs. Lucan and Mrs Bestor, '
): i L. C. Sturges spent the past weekend -
; Mrs. Keller and Mrs. Wright re- LEE OF HIGHLANDS TO BE
in Tampa. I
;.., :: ceived lovely imported madiera dollies 1CLE'ISTON COMPTROLLER CANDIDATE
,, .
.,- II Editor in Chief Mary Louise Oglesby BjOYS WIN 21-17
::.. P. G. Bishop was a Tuesday business I Assistant Editor __.....Halson Avant FROM LaBELLE IN TOURNEYBy SEBRING, Feb. 24.-J. M. Lee,

; :;:::., :.-. visitor here. IIANCOCI-SJJAI ,Assistant Editor ._......Mae Lily Stone of Avon Park, Highlands county representative -

,, I Sports Editor .......__Richard Bestor ( Richard 'Bestor) in the legislature, today -

:.,J\;. :''_ H. S. Hanover was among the Miss Helen Slappich of Lake Worth'' Sports Editor ........._......Evelyn Hare On February 20th Clewiston rose said he expected to announcesoon

:.....-:;> week-end: visitors in Miami. became the bride of Frank Hancock, Humor Editor ...._........Usler Mathis to its heights by: easily defeating the as a candidate for state comp-

'. ,. .' of Clewiston, in a charming ceremony -' Social Editor ...............Betty Spicer LaBelle lads in tournament which troller. Recently Lee announced he

; ;, ;;',;;,_ Mrs. E. R. Fontaine spent the Sunday at 3 p. m., at the homeof Cartoonist ....................Anne Mathis was held on the local court.. would not be a candidate for reelection -

? '-:,,'' '' past week-end visiting in Tampa. the parents of the bride, Mr. and ,I Business Manager ..._..__..Roy Green Clewiston took the lead makingthe to the legislature, which of-

t :': '': ""',,>' Mrs S. J. Slappich, of Lake Worth. I ---- first goal and then LaBelle made fice he has held for three terms.

Miss Sara Jean Slappich sister of RESTFUL SLEEP two points. Lee was one of the leaders in the
:. Mr. and Mrs. T. V. Watson spent Following up the open-
'i.:', ,'. .., Friday visiting in West Palm Beach. the bride and student at the Talla- ing burst, Clewiston made a coupleof "little counties" fight to uphold the
And how some of the high school
hassee State for Women was free shots good reallocation of the gas tax measure.In .
_ ',:, ,., ---- College only to be followed -
. boys and girls are needing it now.
: '." ( bridesmaid and Thomas J. Obrien of by a two point counter from the
Miss Frances and Thomas
Tippey Why not get the proper amount of a later statement Mr. Lee said
:', ') Palm Palm Beach, was groomsman.The LaBelle boys. The visitors then annexed -
Jones in West
: spent Monday the most important factor that contributes he had not announced for the office
t '. marriage vows were exchanged another free shot and the first
): .Beach. of to your health? I and ,could make no statement for the
'," under a lovely archway quarter enden 7-4.
" Sleep is one of the most essential I public until the Carver trial is settled.
" : Mrs. W. C. Prewitt was a weekend flowers and fern, Rev. Lillian Britton things in our lives because while we In the next quarter Clewiston madea I

visitor in Fort where she Fulton of the First Congrega- field'goal but LaBelle stepped in
:' Myers are sleeping'we are able to relax and I
tional church officiating at the cere- I INTIIE CinCUIT COURT IN AND
. visited her parents. and made a free try good. The local
s forget the daily problems that confront FOR HEXDRY:: COUNTY, FLORIDAIN
mony. boys then tied the score and eased in
-', ---- us. If we get at least eight or CHANCERYTHE
,, : .' Mrs. W. M. Redelsheimer and The bride was beautifully gowned I nine hours sleep we feel refreshedand the lead 9-8. The crowd was intense a OLD NATIONAL )
< : in a modish creatioL of pastel pink position the rooters of either BANK OF FORT WAYNE )
r- ; .. Mrs. H. H. Keller were Thursday full of vigor for starting our INDIANA
and carried pink roses. Miss Slap- a National )
'' :. visitors in Miami. daily work. Sleep contributes vitallyto team not knowing what to expect. Uanking Corporation et als., )
T': pich, the bridesmaid, also wore pinkin our health; and health is of primeimportance. LaBelle tied the score and Hare, of Complainants, )
a deeper hue with a shoulder bou- Clewiston vs. )
'.' Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Shelley spent We can not be healthy rung one more counter to CLEWISTON BUILDING )
the past week-end in Tampa attend- quet. unless we take sufficient time to rest allow the home team to finish the MATERIAL COMPANY: a )
'] Immediately after the ceremonythe half Corporation, .)
by a two-point lead.
: ing the golf tournament. couple left for an extended hon- and as everyone knows, sound sleepis Defendant. )
. Ji the most beneficial rest.A LaBelle fired a volley of shots in ORDER

'::1 !Mrs. W: C. Hooker is spending eymoon trip. school pupil is not only making the opening of the second half to add This cause coming on to be heard
The bride is well known in musi- upon the Petition of the Receiver
; /( several days in West Palm Beach cal circles and is a professional "woman himself feel better and more active six points to their score. It looked herein for an order requiring all creditors -

t ; visiting Mrs Ruth Drinkwater. is when he gets plenty of sleep, but he bad for the home team until little I of Clewiston Building Material
of prominence. The groom Company to file their claims with said
is making it much more pleasant for George Hooks snatched the ball off
I Receiver, and that
I from Tifton.. Ga., aLd came to Flor- it appearing such
Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Alston and, the teacher, for it is much easier to LaBelle's back board and carried it order should be granted. it is thereupon -
ida several years ago. Mr. Hancockis
daughter, Martha Nell, were among i connected with the Clewiston Sup- instruct a class of wide-awake pupils out of the dangerous territory. The I ORDERED, ADJUDGED AND

" 1 the out of town visitors in Tampa. ply Company. than a class in need of sleep. ball was then passed to Avant who I DECREED AS FOLLOWS:

I We are all anxious to make good arched it through the net for two 1. That all creditors of Clewiston

" J ::" Mrs. W. C Hanson, of West Palm I HONOREDBY grades, which we may do by studying points for Clewiston. The quarter Building Material Company file their
ANTHONY TOULIS claims with T. W. Weeks Clewiston
Beach. was among the recent out of BIRTHDAY PARTY hard and also by acquiring the habitof ended 15-13 in favor of Clewiston.The Florida as Receiver for said Clew-,

: town visitors here visiting frier.ds. getting nine hours of sound sleep last chapter of the thrilling ton Building Material Company, on

':1: Little Anthony Toulis celebratedhis I each night. Let us not forget that game opened with a series of shots :or. D.before 1932, the all such 15th claims day to of be MarchA. filedon

'. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Land. and second birthday with a party giv- we do not have to live in such a hurry from each team, with the locals keep- form prepared by the said Re-

:..E Miss Marcia Avant, were among the en by his mother, Mrs. A. Toulis,' that we can not take enough 'time- ing a safe margin in the lead. Soon ceiver tors. and furnished to such credi-

.. Sunday visitors inVest Palm Beach. assisted by Mrs. A. O. Ward and Mrs. out' for sleep. While young is the Hare? scored another free shot as 2. That T. W. Weeks ,as Receiverfor

M. P. Boggs at his home, on Saga- proper time to begin building strong the final whistle sounded,' leaving said Clewiston Building Material

: Mr. and Mrs. Gene Powers, of more street Thursday afternoon. bodies. Clewiston winner by' 21-17. Companyon or before five days from
the date of this order, mail by United .
;. Venice, spent a few days the early Pink and white were the prevail- States mail to each creditor of Clew-

. I: ': part of the week visiting friends ing colors used in decorating for the,GEORGE WASHINGTON PROGRAM COMMITTEE THANKS iston Building Material Company, as
shown by the books of said Company,
here. affair. Each tiny guest was pre- The George Washington program a copy of this order, together with a
l ...--- sented with a pir.k and white party held at the school building was a We are very, very grateful to the form on which to file such claim.

I 1 Miss Louise Waldron, A. W. Sias, hat to add to the merriment of the following ladies who were kind. 3. Any creditor failing to file claim
and wish to thank 1
great success we within the time ,aforesaid shall be
s and Dr. J. W. Ezelle attended the occasion. Games were played in the eyeryone that aided in rendering the enough to have the visiting boys in barred from any right or claim in the
races in West Palm Beach Monday afternoon and refreshments of ice their homes for dinner while the Tri- assets of Clewiston Building Material
interesting program. Company. .
J night. cake and cookies were served County tournament was being played ,
We are very much indebted to Mrs. DONE AND ORDERED at Fort My-
to Mary Louise Thomas, Grace I Mabry who devoted much of her time here Saturday: Mrs. E. L. Stewart, ers, Lee County, Florida, this 23rd day

Mr. and Mrs. Jay Gould, of Buf- Ward, Ann Dunty, Bobby Deam, to making the costumes. We also Mrs. F. M. Wright, Mrs. H R Hall, of February, A. D. 1932.

falo, N. Y., spent Thursday in Clew- Junior Mills Bruce Beardsley, Rob- wish to thank the Ham club for fur- Mrs G. O. Wallace, Mrs. C ,L DowLs, GEO. W WHITEHURST Judge.

iston visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. A. ert Dunty, and Anthony Toulis. nishing the stage scenery. We are Mrs J. R. Alston and Miss Marcia Feb. 26, Mar., 4.
Munroe. Avant.
also grateful to the P.-T. A. for buy-
Recent registrations at the Clew- Reception Committee
ing the materials for making the costumes -
: Miss Eonceil Stone, Miss Elsie iston Inn include J. B. Sneider, of
used in the Fox-
; ; -. Hare, and Mrs. W. C. Hooker were Savannah ,Ga., S. D. Maneady, of worthy & Lee for use of furniture. CLEWISTON LOSES TWO TO 666LIQUID

e,7 Monday visitors to West Palm Ft. Myers, W. L. Leeves of Lake- FAST PAHOKEE BASKETEERSBy
Dr. W. T. Bailey made the sugges-
Beach. land Charles W. Knapp, of Miami.Mr. TABLETS SALVE
. tion that a radio would be a creditto :
..i. and Mrs. George Wirshey ,of I the school and requested everyone ( Richard Bestor) 600 Liquid or Tablets used internally -

Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Charley and Lincoln, 111., F. H. Worthingtor. to, make a small donation for the In one of the best played gamesin and ,660 Salve externally mike a
SOLS, Phillip and Peter, and Bill Ed- of complete and effective treatment for
of Jacksonville, T. Cheyward, I purpose. He started, the fund by a Pahokee, Clewiston bowed in de-
'j mondson spent Sunday in West Palm Charlotte, N. C., J. B. Heirs. of Mi- contribution of his own and soon a feat before the fast onslaught of Pa- Colds.

... Beach. ami, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Worth, of fund of $31 had been pledged. All hokee high school there Feb. 16. Most Speedy Remedies KnownAsk

.: ---.- Athens, Ga., F. W. Conely. of Okee- of the school children are going to Opening the game with, a set of I Your Druggist for Particulars

Miss Elizabeth West, Miss Jamye chobee, Miss Inez Drawdy, of Okee- cooperate by bringing in a small donation young substitutes. Pahokee coasted i

I Williams, James Rumbley, and chobee, A. V. Lill, of Ja.cksonville,1 to complete the fund. along just a point or two in the lead I

Charles Lovvorn spent Saturday in C. R. Roberts, Mr. 'and Mrs.B.' E. of Clewiston, who were playing likea ;...,UA'2d -

1, West Palm Beach. Failing, of FultoL, N. Y., Miss Kathryn -, PEHSONAIJSClewiston tired bunch of warriors. In1 the

Hilliard. of Cambridge, Mass., played a double header second quarter the Paliokee outfit 1.1 BALDNESSBALD

Miss Lois Terrell, after spending Miss Margaret Skelton, of Roslin- basketball in Pahokee Tuesday. injected a bit of pep in the game and SPOTSAIIN0UMAI

several weeks as the guest of Mr. dale, Mass., Mrs. Adah Whitford, of Herbert Halter motored to West stepped off at a safe distance of 7 I HAIR

- 'i and Mrs. George Terrell, left Wednesday Fulton, N. Y., Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Palm Beach Saturday points to watch the Clewistonites put Not a DEFICIENCY Tonic -:- A Ilnir Grower:

1 for Jacksonville.Mr. Greene. of Jacksonville, B. F. Gran- Evelyn Hare was absent several up a valiant struggle for victory. "Spain's Lest 20th" UadlsCupllliiM -

: Mrs Frank tham, of Tampa, H. O. Bishop, of days of last week on account of ill- The game ended with Pahokee at will prow hale on n bald bend

and Richman, Jacksonville ,and Dennis Ford, of the heavy end of a 37-18 score. Bald spots covered with hair
Mrs. Guthrie, and Mrs. F. R. Maxwell Lakeland ness.Lily Merl Wynn motored to Paho- The girls' game had only three I Abnormal hair deficiency i<*

:.J j left Tuesday for an extended Kee Sunday night. points of interest in the last half. Years of nclentlfic restored research and

visit to Tampa and Lakeland. CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY The P.-T. A. held its regular meet- The Pahokee lassies were throwing laboratory work produced this
J marvelous
ing at the school building Monday af goals almost as well and entered the for a jar preparationSend today with :full
FrieLds of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Little Junior Townsend entrtainedmore ternoon. It was the association's35th second half with a 14 point lead. Instructions
Shaw formerly of Clewiston, now than adozen little friends Fri- Literature on request
anniversary and a beautiful cake
i Late in the third quarter, as Can be used us as cleaning
residing in Lake Village, Ark., will day afternoon at his home on Saga- was placed on the table. The girl game was progressing at a rapid gait teeth ,

. "., -r :' be interested to learn of the birth more street. Games were played scouts lighted the candles.Mr. I Wynn, a Clewiston forward collided Fully Guaranteed

of their daughter, Alice Kathryn, .from\ three thirey to five, at which Langford, A. W. Lawrence, I with an opponent and had to be carried U. S.PRICE SALES$AGENCY:.00

on February 12. time refreshments were served. Miss, Jewel Lowe, Merrel Lowe and off the court with an injured 1K12 Walnut Street
Those present were: Lois Tidwell, Hare motored to Moore Haven PIIILADEI.iTIIIA, I'A.SPAIN'S .
Bobby I knee. Early in the last quarter, '
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Keller and Mr. I Junior Mills Grace Ward, Patsy Tuesday night. Brantley, a Clewiston substitute left BEST 20th'
J and Mrs. H. A. Bestor spent the i Hart. Marie Swndel. Marjorie Allen, I I I RADISCAPILLUSBOY
'' the floor with an injured finger.
week-end attending the engineers' Annette and Richard Simpson, Dean BETTY SPICER ENTERTAINSBetty I

convention ir. Hollywood and visit- Holland, James Smith, Bobby Mont- I I

.. ing Miami Townsend.gomery, Erma, Junior and Betty Jane party at her Spicer home gave Friday a Leap night.Year A I )- '(M "': >><""' ,,,,"':..:..xW"X ..:ww--- :-:..)+:..-." : :": )-)+X--"X'"

delightful time was had by all those ;
Among the recent registrations at
Delicious frozen dessert and

> the Zavon Watanabe, of Miami,Hotel Mr. and were Mrs.Ben G. Sunrise Service Set lady present.fingers were served by the hos- YOUR PIPE AND FITTINGS

tess. Novelties and prizes were given'
G. Burkholder, of Kansas City Mo., OF THE YADELMAN'S
Shriners awards in interesting Leap Year
by as (
S. Kirby of Jacksonville, Mr. and
-a Mrs. O. McGeeth, of New Castle. ---.- games. '
Those present were: Mary Bush.
: : Ind.; Parker Wilson, of Frost Proof, The 10th annual Sunrise Easter
Collings of Lombard. Ill. N. J. Mary Louise Oglesby, Lily Merl Wynn, ;I
F. S. Temple ;
t Service sponsored by Egypt
of Lombard IlL E. H.
Collings ,
)' Shiiuers as a Community Enterprisewill
<...: ,'" Bending of Chicago, and Mr. and be staged this year at 6:28 A. bert Halter Tommy Hooks, George; USED GALVANIZED AND BLACK PIPE, AND FITTINGS

Mrs. C. Hudson. of Lake Wales. M. Sunday morning March 27th at Hooks. William Hooks, and Bobby: IN THE STATE OF FLORIDA, IN SIZES FROM 3-82 AND :;:
,t MRS. J. P. PERCY ENTERTAINS This beautiful service was started PROGRAMMiss ,
FOR OUT OF TOWN GUEST ten Dr. George Hyman.I I : X
years ago by Harmon's room, the third and COURSES. AN IRRIGATION OUR SPECIALTY. "}
#;- ---.- aLd each I
Chaplain of the Temple,
; fourth grades, gave the program in
Mrs. P. Percy year the Service has grown from the chapel last Friday morning which ,
-: : ': '" ,with a delightful bridge party'Tues-' standpoint of interest and attend- was the following: : MODERN MACHINER FOR COMPLETE FABRICATION :

';,:.r' {:.:' day afternoon at her home, compli- Lord's Prayer, assembly. I OF PIPE. SUCH AS REAMING. DRILLING CUT- ):

,:(' ''.,: :'; menting Mrs. Esther Ryan and Mrs. ance.Potentate Stanley Price has appointed Bible reading, Bonnie Mabry. TING, ETC. 1.
"sc: : :.- Lucan, who was called unexpectedly
Dr. Hyman, General Chairman -
!. :<: .' to 'Miami, guests of honor. for this year's Service and as it "Washington" Julia Oglesby.
r', Guests were Mrs. F. Deane Duff, is the 10th Anniversary it is plannedto Dialogue, Dickey Patterson, J.D.

&r .' Mrs.: W., C.:, Owen, Mrs. A. J. Keller, make it outstanding ." Hooker and Herbie Bourne. ,
;w -.. Mrs F. W. Wright. Mrs. Leland Perkins The Shrine is asking the coopera- Song Washington the third and Pipe & Steel Co.

: Mrs. H. J. B. Scharnberg, Mrs. tion of all faiths and creeds, the affair fourth grades.Washington's.
PIIOXE 2-1420 47 N. E. 23th St.,
H. A. Bestor, and sister, Mrs. Es- is strictly non-sectarian, a truly Birthday, John- K. I
,t 'ther Ryan, guest of honor, Mrs. R. universal service. It is not a display Mowry. WIRE OR WRITE MiamI FloridaFRIDAY.

Y. Patterson. Mrs. Fred Hill, Mrs. W. of Masonry but a presentationof Our Flag, Mary Belle Warren.

.;- M. Redelshiemer, Mrs. H. H. Keller the truths of the Resurrection.
Song, assembly. OOOOO o OtJ..4 4vGM'' 50 0 OO+S344N

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took away the stone door and after ation, abundance of clear pure water team lost by a 19-8 margin. In the

:i> ul1trap cblo]1. a'short prayer to God, Jesus "cried|I unexcelled living and housing I finals three Alva players, Tomm, Sunrise Service Set

with a loud voice, Lazarus, Come I. conditions, adequate labor supplyare Garner and MIddleton shared ,honors -
forth." "And he that was dead' to be listed with opportunity for I by ringing six points each. Vor- by Tampa Shriners

}Lesson came' forth, bound hand and foot successful industrial progress. FlorIda hees, of Moore Haven accounted for

with graveclothcs: and his face was geographically Is advantageously every point for his team. The 10th annual Sunrise Easter / ,
--- bound about with a napkin. Jesus I located for export trade to Europe The Clewiston youngsters gave a Temple
Service sponsored by Egypt
For February 28th, 1032. saith unto, them, Loose him and letS and the South American countries. good account of themselves duringthe [ Enterprisewill
Shriners as a Community
SUBJECT: Jesus raises Lazaru: him go." This was probably the' Us: rail: and water facilities furnish tournament as they have done be staged this year at 6:28 A.

from the dead.GOLDEN last and greatest miracle performed opportunities in the field of dis- all through the season In league March 27th at
M. Sunday morning
TEXT: "I am the re- by Jesus. tribution. This brief outline
re- games, although man Jinx seemsto
surrection and the life: he that be flects the industrial opportunity of- have been hovering over the Plant This Park beautiful in Tampa.service was startedten

lieveth in me, though he were dead FLORIDA OPPORTUNITIESContinued fered in Florida.In camp of the Blue and 'Vhlte'sAlthough Hyman.
Dr. George
years ago by
yet shall he live. John 11:25. --.-- the field of mining activity we Alva won the basket- aLd each
Chaplain of the Temple
LESSON TEXT: John 11:32-44 have but to recall that research de- ball tournament here
( from Page 1) Saturday, from the
year the Service has grown
veloped the possibility of Florida Moore Haven emerged in the lead at attend-
have been wasted in grading affords standpoint of interest and
weeks before the
A ;
producing Portland Cement with the the end of the season with the new-
another example. Florida soils because ance.
Bethany. of research and experiment result of such a plant being estab- ly established Tri County League, Potentate Stanley Price has ap- '
INTRODUCTION: "The Gospel; lished. Travertine now being used comprising LaBelle, Clewiston, and Chair-
work are today producing a diversified pointed Dr. Hyman, General
give us three detailed accounts of I extensively for ornamental work in Moore Haven. '.
program of crops which a few man for this year's Service and as it
resurrection miracles performed by buildings in place of marble is the
were looked im Is the 10th Anniversary it is plannedto
:years ago upon as
Christ. the raising of the son of the possible. result of scientific study. Its phos- SOUTH RAY Max. Min. Rain make it outstanding.
widow of Nain, and of the daughterof phates which have for years been
Thousands of acres of land in Monday 80 58 The Shrine is asking the coopera-
Jairus, and the raising of Lazarus known throughout the world offer
Florida are today idle-the poten- Tuesday 86 60 tion of all faiths and creeds, the affair -
which we are now to study.Of opportunity for scientific expansion.
tial value of this land to agriculture Wednesday 86 58 is strictly non-sectarian, a truly
all the narratives of our Lord's Silica sand, fuller's earth, clays,
universal service. It is not a dis-
cannot be forecasted! Florida'ssoil Thursday 86 60
acts none is so full of his majestyand limestone and other mineral products
types are numerous and varied. Friday 86 58 play of Masonry but a presentationof
his sympathy as this of the Hold vast possibilities.The .
humanly When one looks at the progress: Saturday 86 _60 the truths of the Resurrection.
raising of Lazarus. It was, few opportur.ities mentioned
made in Florida agriculture it does Sunday 86 62
speaking, the great moving cause constitute but high lights in Florida '
not require far vision to Rainfall for week 0.00
see these
of the Lord's death. And he deliberately Opportunities. Florida needs Soap BubblesA
idle acres utilized for truck gardens, Previous Rainfall 1.00
did it, kLowing it would and welcomes the Visioneer who be-
mixture castile glycerin
of ,
chicken ranches, tung oil and fruit soap
have this effect. This great miracleIs cause of ability to see its opportunities -
and ammonia with rain water or dis-
groves, reforestration and to furnish Rainfall to date 1.00
recorded by John alone, perhaps and develop them will become
grazing lands for the ever increasing tilled water, gives a bubble that can
because he wrote so long after the successful and participate in the
dairy and pure-bred cattle and be blown very thin and will last along
other evangelists. and when they great constructive program of build- MIAMI LOCKS lIa.llin.: Rain' For
time before bursting.
hog raising industry of the state.
wrote Lazarus was probablystill liv- ing Florida. Monday 82 55 especially good results make tbe-
Scientific research aLd
ing and it might not have been safe reclaim practical rather experiment it- Tuesday 83 58 mixture three days before it Is to
for him to have the miracle recorded can or
83 66
the should be said claim, these acres for Alva Ramblers Defeat Wednesday he used.
and broadcast among
85. 57
agricultural pursuits. Thursday WI'H' =-". ,,_.o churches.At .
83 58
Florida has been considered seriously Friday
Bethany, on the Eastern slopeof by many as an industrial Moore Haven in FinalsAlva Saturday 83 60 SAME SERVICE

the Mount of, Olives, about two Sunday 81 62
field, however the 1927 industrial NEW LOCATION
miles from Jerusalem, the familyof Rainfall for week 0.00
ceLSUS values its manufactured pro high school Ramblers defeated -
Lazarus lived. Martha seems to Previous Rainfall 0.00 Nolon B. Conner, formerly located -
ducts at 218790000. Here againwe Moore Haven high 26-18 to
have been the oldest, a practical. in the Civic Center Barber -
find the combination of science win the Tri-County league finals '
housewife. Mary, the next in age, and Rainfall to date 0.00A. Shop, may now be found at
research bringing about a here Saturday. The Alva outfit after -
was a woman of deep spiritual nature SHORTY MUSGKAYES BarberShop
steady progressive march to success. taking the strong LaBelle con-
a devout disciple of Jesus. in
Pulp and paper mills, utilization of tingent to camp in the afternoon B. CHERRY TO HOSPITALA. theALSTON
Lazarus was probably the youngestof BUILDING
citrus waste products, developmentof made an easy prey of Moore HaveL. <-
the three. The family apparently Efficient
Where the Same
canning fruits and vegetables are The Alva-LaBelle score was 12-8. B. Cherry, book keeper for the
rejoiced in the privilege of entertaining Service May be Had
numered among Florida's industrial Clewiston fell before the heavy Gulf Refining company office here,
Jesus when he came to
Jerusalem. opportunities. Climate enters onslaught of Moore Haven in the afternoon left Wednesday for West Palm Nolon B. Conner

into this field of opportunity also. play to give Moore Havena Beach where he went to receive hospital
is of
Practically nothing known
Ability to provide year around oper place in the finals. The local treatment. ,
.. ., ,,,, .
Lazarus, outside the facts In this : ; 'tl>:;>ur; '''7--"

lesson. Judging from the numberof

condoling friends who came from .. _
t.I.1"G '-"" the city upon the occasion- of his

death and the costly ointment which

Mary used to annoint Jesus, the
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and well-to-do."

After healing the blind man; and South Florida's Foremost Fashion StoreHATCWS

giving the. discourse about the

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Judea aLd went to Bethabara,

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His sisters Martha and Mary sent

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have should caused not have that died even? Jesus this therefore man- YOU'VE EVER SEEN===OR MAY EVER SEE AGAIN!

; again groaning In himself

cometh to the grave. It was a cave :

and a stone lay upon it." The Jews i'ifSee'

who were present were largely "pro- the Palm Beach '
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funerals, and noisily la first for and de. ...
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"Jesus said Take ye away the I i tails. a S sale prices before opening

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unto her. Said I not unto thee, that.I I

if thou wouldst believe, thou should-

est see the glory of God?" They
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