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: March 11, 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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notis - ACA5652
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System ID: UF00028415:00361
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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Washington, D. C. March 7.The Three separate one-act comedieswill
,i TO PRECINCT ROLL; War department today submitted to A stock of new and old golf balls, be presented at the school auditorium ROLLS FROM YARD

Congress a report disapproving the I candy, cigars and cigarettes was the March 21, by three separate

5i INTEREST GROWS proposed improvement of the inland i unwilling trade made Friday night I units of the Ham club, local dramatic

.' waterway from Port Everglades to by Maj. C. Wilson, local golf pro., organi ation. AS SEASON OPENSTWO

the Caloosahatchee river. for( less than a half a pint of "rotten"; The comedies will be presented by

I, ,'- INTEREST IN COMING ELECTION "An expenditure necessary to make moonshine liquor. The Major was,the club for the benefit of the Ladies i HUNDRED

1.\.; ',> RIGSV NAMES ON the North New River canal suitable not> present when the "trade" was I Aid Society of the Clewiston Community ACRE TRACT OF
for navigation, even by small barges,"I made. | church.
the report said, "would run into As soon as the "trade" was discovered -j The plays are not related to each

New registrations in the Clewis- several million dollars. the major was perfectly(other but each is a separate entityof FIFTY

"The navigation outlet from the willing to rue back on his part of the riotous, laughter-provoking fun,
/ ton district for the coming elections One car of choice "Sugar
Lake Okeechobee region already is transact1 'n. but so far he has been the directors say.
June 7th, passed the 100 mark: early Bowl" brand tomatoes rolled from
provided under an existing federal unable to locate the whereabouts of "Foiled, by Heck" directed by Ed
:yesterday. Ed Butler, district deputy the packing house of the Clewiston
project. Benefits to be anticipatedfrom the golf balls, etc. Butler "New Wives for Old" direc-
supervisor of registration said.It Packing Company here this
a second navigation route from ted by H. P. Peterson, and "Who's week
The deal was made Friday night bound for eastern markets..
is expected that approximately the region are too_ small to merit a Crazy Now?" directed by Miss Fran The
'75 more names will be added to the when thieves broke the hasp of the Clewiston tomatoes are among the
I large cost. ces are the plays to be given.
'Clewis ton precinct roll before the caddy house at the Clewiston golf I first spring vegetables to be shipped

"books are returned to the court house. course, entered and took about 121 from this section this season.It .

'\' The books will be in Mr. Butler's CONTROL BOARD dozen second hand golf balls, less CLEWISTON| POST I II I is expected that three cars will

possession until April first, and will than a dozen new ones, helped them- be shipped next week: and then an

be found at the constable's office in :selves_ to a few bottled drinks, candy, average of two cars daily will go

..''. the Hopkins building from 12 to 2 DOES NOT CONFIRM I cigars. and cigarettes, and departed; I OFFICE SHOWS BIG forward from here the remainder of
leaving in their the
daily, in order that all who desire to wake only remains the tomato season.

do so may register and participate of a pint of moonshine liquor.No The tomatoes were raised on a

in the Primary elections in June. II INABILITY REPORTSALL 1 trace of the missing propertynor GAIN IN BUSINESSSTAMP I tract of land, comprising some 200

o After the registration books are the identity of the culprits has i acres, situated about two miles east

I Iq" been found. of Clewiston. The land is
closed here they will be returned to -- SALES---mrnEASE knownas

Miss Alice C. Bailey, supervisor of PAYMENTS HAVE BEEN MET 43 PER lake-bottom land, and this sea-

'.Q'. registration in LaBelle, where they ACCORDING TO PACT WITH A. B. CHERRY CENT OVER LAST YEARS son is the -first time in the known

will remain open until May first. FEDERAL AUHORITIES SALE I history of the Everglades that this

Payment of poll taxes must be I particular tract has been dry enough
Funeral services for A. B.. Cherry, No better index to the business I -
made by May 7th,' or thirty days before Reports that the Okeechobee flood ':,to plant.
I 48, who died Friday night at the conditions of a locality can be had
." the primal election. control board would be able to make Packing started Tuesday morn-
Good Samaritan Hospital in West 1 than the sale of
postage stamps.
.. : ,' Interest in local and state politics I its scheduled payment of $200,000 ing when 25 workers were employedin
:; Palm Beach, were held at Mizelles better Index to the business
S -.; '.- -:gas started in the Clewiston district, to the federal government to help no general -i the fields and a like number used
-, Mortuary in that city Monday after-, increase in Clewiston and immediate
: : < ; in the house
which now has well over 300 regis- meet the costs of the federal navigation packing grading and
noon. Mr. Cherry had recently been vicinity be had than the j
i can
tered voters the deputy supervisorsaid. and flood control project in packing the tomatoes. It is expected
taken to the hospital for euremic ]report from Postmaster A. W- Lawrence -
: this section were said to be prema- i I that this number will be increased
poisoning, from which he had been that of "
the sale from
Only new residents are required to ture at the board's West Palm Beach stamps i I as the season gets in full swing,
suffering for a number of years. I the Clewiston office in January and]:
:register, and the qualifications for office early this week.
He is survived by his wife and February of this year had exceeded-:
registration are that the person bea It was said that the outlook at |
five chidren. all of whom reside In 'by 43 per cent the sale of the cor-,;
citizen of the United States above i present did not justify such reports, Among growers gathering tomatoes -
Chicago, and a brother, George Cher- in 1931. I 1 I
3 responding period
the age of 21 years, has been a resident although June is too far distant to in the 200 acre tract are Harley
I ry, of Lakewood, Ohio. The business of the Clewiston office -
of the state of Florida for the enable officials to make predictions. I j I Watson, Arcadia; Claude Garner,
Among those from Clewiston attending ] has increased in every field, the
past year and of Hendry county for Under the financing plan the fed- :r I Belle Glade; Thomas Waldron; W.
the funeral services of Mr.
said. The number of
the six, months prior to the election. eral government would put up ap- ]postmaster H. Waldron; W. C. Hooker; W. S-
Cherry in West Palm Beach Mondaywere I orders issued the Clewis
The poll tax, assessed at one dollar 500.000 to match theboard's money by j I Harvel; T. V. Watson; Fred Whid-
: Arthur Lawrence, E. B. Butler |ton office during January and February den
per year, is collected every two $200,000 for continuationof I i I ; and Earl Simpson
W. C. Owen, A. A. Munroe J.
and the first nine days in
years. the work of throwing up the dikes High winds, whipping across the
A. Plunkett, A. L. Hackett, Jake Mc- March is almost equal to the num- fields
around, Lake Okeechobee, and of improving Sunday night did some dam-
Clain, Miss Bonceil Stone, Casey i ber issued during the entire first
to the
the cross state waterwaysproximately younger plants, but no
ROAD BOARD ASKS in the Everglades section.Up Jones, H. G. Walls. and Hubert quarter of 1931. damage to the maturing plants was
Walls. Postal laws and regulations
to the present the Okeechobee reported. The land was somewhat

flood control has met every obliga- hibit the publication of the amountof protected from wind damage to the
: FOR BIDS ON PART business of any nature done bya plants by Sugarland
tion under the plan, and has paid Highway which
STATE VEGETABLE1 postoffice percentages, however,
the federal overnment approximately forms a south wall to the tract. The
i '$ '," -- may be made public. During the location is said to be frost free since

;'i:f r<" CONNECTING ROUTE Reports first that the federal au- :'CROPS AFFECTED month of December 1931, an in- 'the northern edge of the field ex-

-j thorities were to let contracts for crease of slightly less than 50 per tends almost to the, lake, shore.
I cent is shown over the previous De-
1 other units of this work during this
BIDS TO BE ACCEPTED TO :MARCH orders issued by
FIFTEENTH FOR GLADES month, and later that the contracts BY COLD WEATHER Money
the Clewiston office in January and REGISTRATION DAYS
COUNTY pnOJECT.Bids would be awarded in June went
of 47
without official confirmation.It February this year was per

for work on the road from is generally believed that the LAKE SECTION SUFFERS LESS cent in excess of the volume In the
period the previousyear. SET FOR CAUCUS INFILLINGJACANCY
-" -': ,' Main's Corner to Moore Haven will federal authorities will wait until BY LATE COLD WAVEIN corresponding
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: : be received by the state road department the district's appropriations are FLORIDA I I

at its office in Tallahas- made before proceeding with further

sexe on the 15th of March and con- letting of contracts. Reports of slight damage to cropsin Kerosene Stove Fires

tract let for clearing, grubbing and Only one unit of the $9.000,000 all sections of the state were

grading structures. project has been awarded to date; made public early this week by Liberty Point CampFire FOUR DAY PERIOD SPECIFIED

',,: The advertisement calling for bids this section is a six mile stretch located Frank Scruggs. statistician for the TO NOMINATE FOR VACANCY

'. was drawn up by the department between Clewiston and Moore state marketing bureau. The dam-
chairman March 1st and is being run Haven, which is being constructedby age was reported as due to the light originating from an overflowing -

-, in the Tallahassee paper, as is required the McWilliams dredging company. frost and high winds. kerosene heater completely I
: 21, 22, 23, and 24 have
by law. Satisfactory progress is being madeon Damage to tomato crops in this destroyed two barracks houses of the been set aside as registration

The project is known by number this first contract unit. section are reported from 15 to 25 U. S- Sugar Corporation at the Liberty daysin
the City of Clewiston and March
960, and is part of state road 67, percent, most of which is loss of Point.cane camp near here Sun-
29th as Caucus Day, by official proclamation -
which was designated the "Joe bloom on young plants. day afternoon. The buildings were
Stewart Announces of Mayor F. Deane Duff
Peeples Highway" by the 1931 leg- Unconfirmed reports from Mana- occupied by negro cane cutters, but I
issued Monday.The '
islature. The work called'for in the tee county say no frost occured none was injured. The damage, es-

advertisement is 6.197 miles. For RepresentativeThe there but the wind damage to tomato timated to be approximately $2,000 I resignation of one member of

i This will complete the final six eggplant and pepper fields was I was covered by insurance.A the city commission has been filedto

miles in to Moore Haven which has first political shot to be firedIn appreciable:* strong west wind blowing across II take effect April first, and it is

been of native rock material, a very the coming primary election comes Collier county reported a loss in I the cane stubble surrounding the the desire of the commission to appoint -

'S S .unsatisfactory road for much traffic. this week with the announcement of its tomato between 10 and 15 camp carried sparks from the housein a successor.. to continue in office -
,'!(}J The new road will be built according Elbert L. Stewart, Clewiston' banker,I per cent, a few fields on the edge of which the flames were first discovered I I until September 30, 1933 from _

to state road department specifica- for re-election as representative of the Everglades there were reported across the camp street to Ignite -, among the three citizens receivingthe
tions. legisla second building. Negro employees -' highest number of votes cast at
Hendry County in the state the
as killed by a light frost. A dam I \
Following is a copy of the noticeto ture. Mr. Stewart makes his an- of approximately 25 cent living at the camp made a the advisory preferential caucus
age per
contractors that appears in the effort to extinguish the flames, called for March 29th.
nouncment in this issue of the News. was reported from the Belle Glade i vain

Tallahassee paper: Mr. Stewart was elected in 1930 section, with a slight water damage I but the strong wind only fanned the The qualifications of persons en-

Notice to Contractors ] and during the sessions of 1931 he to crops planted in the low lands.,fire to intensity.No titled to vote in this caucus includes -

Office of the State Road Department served on the following committeesin A slight damage was also reported i damage was done to the sur- all white persons over the

Tallahassee, Florida, I'I the house: appropriations. canals from Vero Beach. rounding buildings. age of 21 years who have residedin

March 1. 1931. and drainage, livestock, game, banks I II the state of Flyorida for the past

Sealed bids will be received at this and loans, fisheries and was chair- The quality of Pompano beans, GOVEHXMEXTVHEA'I' year and in the territory comprising -

S office until 2:30 P. M. 6n the 15th man of the house committee on ex- was affected by the high winds butj i IS TO FEED JOBLESS the City of Clewiston for the
day of March 1932, for constructingthe pense of the executive department. not more than 250 acres on the edge I ..--- past six months.Registration .

following project: of the Everglades were killed by the I! WASHINGTON, March 8.-Forty books for the Cityof

Project No. 960, Road No. 67, Thelma Gaskins to Be Featured frost. j,j milion bushels of governmentownedwheat Clewiston will be found at the

i ., Glades County, ebtween Moore Haven On Shrine Easter Sunrise Service From Hammond, La., reports' are available to feed the un- City Hall on the days specified for

I and Main's Corner, approximately state that a damage of between 75 employed or distressed whereverthe registering from 9 a. m. to 6 p- m.

i ly 6.197 miles in lengthWork to Tampa, Fla., March 10.-Miss and 25 per cent was caused the Red Cross may find them. and from 7:30 p. m. to 9 p. m.

i consist of clearing, grubbing. grad Thelma Gaskin, of Orlando, At- strawberry crops of that state. The Stored in elevators as part of the Ballots will be provided at the

I S ing and drainage structures. water-Kent winner has been selected plants themselves were not de-.farm board's great stabilization Hopkins building on the day set a-

\...., All work to be done in acordance as soloist on the Shrine Easter stroyed but the blooms were killed hoard this wheat was liberated for part for voting.

,f,. with plans and specifications of the Sunrise Service to be held at PlantPark and the plants themselves were re relief purposes by legislation which

"" State Road Department. in Tampa.Arrangements. tarded. President Hoover signed. HAM CLUB MEETS TO PREPARE

Proposals for the work may be !Secured have been com- The marketing expert said ship- The Red Cross will have it. or any FOR NEXT PRESENTATION

upon application to this office pleted to bring Miss Gaskins to Tam ments of strawberries from the part it chooses to handle, convertedinto -.-

! ,,''- and plans may be purchased for the pa by airplane on Friday afternoon Louisiana district were expected flour which will be distributed The Ham Club, local dramatic or-

\ sum of $5.00. She will be the guest of Man- about March 25. direct or through local relief organ- ganization, held their monthly meet-

i A certified check in the amount ager Hal Thompson' the Tampa izations. It will not be baked into ing at the home of the president,

of 5 percent. of bid made and Terrace Hotel. ATTEND ENGINEERS' BARBECUE bread, at least not through efforts of Mrs. G. O. Wallace, Monday evening

able to the Chairman of the State The appearance of this charmingand the Red Cross which proposes to Plans for the next month's presen-

Road Department must accompany accomplished artist as soloiston Among the Clewiston engineers bear only the expense of distribu- tation, which will be three one act

each bid. Cashier's checks will not the Easter Sunrise Program is attending the U. S. engineers barbecue tion, even the milling cost being plays, were discussed. Those present -

be accepted, only certified checks but one of the many features that I in LaBelle Saturday, were: Mr. paid out of the grain itself. were Miss Beatrice Kettl Miss

will be permitted. The checks of will tend to make it an outstandingevent. and Mrs. Van Cothern, Mrand Mrs. Roberta George, Miss Vesta Allen.

the two lowest bidders will be de I G. O. Wallace Bill Wallace, Aldon Miss Jewel Lowe and Trthur Miss Marion Leydig, Miss Marcia

. posited. The Service, although sponsored Wallace and "Laddie" Wallace, Mr. Lawrence motored to Sarasota, St. Avant, Mrs. J. Beardsley, Mrs.

The right is reserved to reject anyor by Egypt 'Temple Shriners is not and Mrs. W. F. Simpson. "Pop" Ellis Petersburg and Tampa, Sunday. Van Cothern, Miss Matteson, Miss

all bids. / Masonic, the public is cordially Fred Lorraine, Jo Hogan, "Red" Frances: Munroe. Mrs. Wallace and

II. H. WELLS, Invited to attend regardless of faithor ]Lowe, J. WMoore and Fred Fldnders. Capt. Ben Johnson transacted business Phil Peterson, E. B. Butler, C. E.

I Chairman creed. in Palm Bach Tuesday. Miner and GCv Wallace.NEws ,


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THE CLBWISrON NEWS and your poll tax Is paid within the'Ito look out for. Well, that is siinple. er thou goest; and how can we know

limit of time given. 'i Books do look out for mo-l the way?" Some have criticized:

Published every Friday In Clewistou, From the reports circulating about'and for others. Instead of 'saving! un3ap cbooI Thomas for that expression of doubt

Florida by the CLEWISTON NEWS, the county, the campaign this year i my money in real estate mortgages,I as well as for his slowness to be-

Inc. promises to be 'm": Interesting event,!or stocks, or bonds. I have saved it, JLt&tm lieve in the resurrection of Jesus;,

and the best results can be obtained in books. as shown in John 20:25. But we (

only If the citizens of the county "Rare books are a stable value. must remember that when John
Entered AS'second class matter.
prepare to exercise their duties as They never go down. If the dollar started from Bathabara to go back:.
February 1. 1927 at the Post Office
citizens. Take sufficient interest in:would go off the gold standard to- FOR MARCH 13TIL 1932. into Judea, and to Bethany, some of '
at Clewfeton, Florida, under the Act
of March 3 1897. the operation of :your county, state]I morrow. I would still have my SUBJECT: Jesus Comforts his the disciples objected, because the;

and national government to register, books with value Intact. No better Disciples. Jews had recently tried to kill him,..

pay your poll tax and vote. I was that shown than during the GOLDEN TEXT: Peace I leave Thomas said to them (John 11:16)

A newspaper devoted to the best post-war I Inflation period in Ger- with you, my peace I give unto you: "Let us also go, that we may die '

interests of Bendry County Florida STARTING UP THE, HILL i many. Others lost heavily but when not as the world giveth, give I unto [with him." .

Its leading newspaper. --..-- I I became pressed for money I merely you. Let not your heart be troubled, Jesus replied to Thomas, "Jesus. \'

In every mail this newspaper receives went to England' and auctioned off neither let it be afraid. John said unto him. I am the way, the'

enough neatly mimeographedsheets some rare copies-fo rgold. WhenI 14:27." truth and the life; no man cometh

Subscription rate: per year$2.00 of paper which, if placed side" returned, I was one of the 'richest LESSON TEXT: John 14:1-18. unto the Father, but by me." Thisis

Outside of State of Florida ._...$2.50 by side and end to end, would paper men of my region." Jesus had just instituted the one of the most important statements -

a fair' sized room. While the Library of Congress Lord's Supper, and had given the made by Jesus. Most people

I Each of these sheets Is supposedto took 3,000 of Dr. Vollbehr's tomes disciples a new commandment- believe that Jesus was intelligentand

Advertising. rates furnished on application be disguised as news but the dis-,he still has a supplementary collec- "That ye love one another, as I have truthful; that when he made

guise is very thin, so thin in fact jtion I of 1,500 incunabula. And he is loved you. By this shall all men positive statements in the New Testament

that even the office boy can tell that searching for more. know that ye are my disciples. if ye' he told the truth. If those

Business office. Clewiston News, hopeful manufacturers are seeking I Recently he returned from abroad have love one to another." statements to Thomas were true

Clewiston, Florida. Editorial and thereby to obtain valuable advertis- with two particular prizes, one an Peter had declared his willingnessto then we have no means of salvation.

Advertising, same. ing without paying for it. And so the original which he says was the first follow Christ and die with him, other than belief in Jesus as the Sort

huge waste paper barrel fills rapidly. printed map of New York; the other and Jesus had told Peter that three of God, as a sacrifice for our sing,,

Telephone 339 ;the No. 1 copy of an illuminated facsimile times that night he would deny and as our advocate with God. The-

Occasionally these mendicant "ad edition of the 42-line Gutten- Jesus. apostle Peter was right when he

--- --- vertisers" have a real pearl hidden' berg Bible on parchment. Only Judas had deserted Jesus and was said unto the Rulers, "Neither is-

'COMPARE TODAY WITH TEN away in a labyrinth of words. So it:, three copies on parchment are ex- dealing with the priests for his be- there 'salvation in any other; for

YEARS AGO. was this morning for at. the end of)1 i)tant and his is the only one in pri- trayal. there is none other name under-

some six pages of closely typewritten -!ivate I hands.IlfARIillTING. Then Jesus addressed the eleven heaven given among men. whereby;

"puffs" received from i' Apostles, "Let not your hearts be "
"You may think you' are' hard hit a ire we must be saved.

in Florida," so many tourists re manufacturer appeared the following '' FLORIDA PRO- troubled: ye believe in God, believe The conversation between Jesus.

mark, "but It is quite apparent to paragraph: DUCTS NEEDS CONSIDERATIONBy also In me. In my Father's house and the disciples continued, "If ye

me that you are far better off than "In 1930 according to statistics, are many mansions: if it were not had known me, ye should have:

most' states" 20 per cent more tire mileage was 'Spuds Johnson so, I would have told youI go to known my Father also; '* '* Philip '

Floridians are beginning to realize consumed than was sold and approximately The time has arrived when growers prepare a place for you." saith unto him, Lord, shew us the \Jr(

this is so and to stop thinking in the same was true in 1931. of Florida fruits and vegetables I Some versions of the Scripture Father, and it sufficeth us. Jesus

We feel therefore, that this vacuum must give most serious considerationto drop the "ye" in verse 1, which (Continued on Page 4)
time terms. When do
they so I I
must soon be filled and that we can problems connected with marketing makes some difference in the mean-
and look' back to conditions
years look forward to a considerably their products. Haphazard methods ing. We like the old version. This,

ago instead of five' years ago, they greater volume of business in 1932." :'i have drained, the state of its Christ's last discourse began with
ing along discover nicely that, thank.the state you is depres-mov- Right there, in those few'words, I justly deserved' profits long enough assuarances "applying not only to Political Announcements I
It is time
little thinking
sion notwithstanding. is the history of this depression, a straight those eleven followers. but quite as I
I I and intelligent action. directly to all that love the Lord
In addition to the steadygrowth part of the real reason for it, and a''
We spend a vast amount of time, through all the ages."
in existing industries during the past prediction of business recovery
based labor and money in the production Then Jesus said, "And if I go and FOR REPRESENTATIVE
'ten' years. Florida has built up some on a sound premise. j j
Just insert 'of our crops, and then send them to prepare a place for you, I will come
new industries which are of perma- the word "clothes, or I hereby announce my candidacy -
market with a "lick and a promise'Jand '. again and receive you unto myself;
nent value. One of these is the canned "shoes, or "automobiles." or "furn- for re-election as Representative
: a prayer that we will not receive that where I am, there ye may b''e
grapefruit and grapefruit juice or "building materials, in' from Hendry County in the,
freight bills for them when also. And whither I know
; they are go ye ,
Industry, of which Florida produces place of "tires" in that paragraph state legislature, Subject to the
sold. Most of us admit that present and the way ye know. Thomas,, saithunto
about 98 omitting the word "mileage" or sub- .Tune 7 1932
per cent. The value of the Democratic Primary, ;
selling arangements are not satis him, Lord, we know not whith-
pack, according to census figures Is stituting one more appropriate, and
factory, but outside of a lot of talk- If re-elected I will continue to-
close to five million dollars.In ;you have the correct picture so far
work for the best interest of the
ing, a very few of us do anything.a loose leaves and otherwise increas
those other :
as industries
the canning and industry are concerned -}
preserving I have done in
out county as
it. And the situation is caps the, neatness of our package.

ploys about in general 2.000, Florida workers now earning em-: Retail stocks in all lines are "at ble of being remedied, at least to a In the third place, we can use bet the past.

low certain extent, by ourselves. ter packages ahd load them bette Your vote and support will be
close to a million dolars, and sal- points. Goods in the hands of
On every hand more cooperationis in the that appreciated.
consumers cars, so they will arriveon
aried officials about quarter of a are being used to the last
urged. Perhaps it would help. the market in good condition Elbert L- Stewart.
million. Other industries have de- ounce of good but must wear out
veloped proportionately. The shrimp eventually. But cooperative marketing is not the An investigator from the State Ex (Paid Political Advertisement)

only panacea for our. ills. periment :Station; spent several day
W. Babson noted statisti-
industry has now grown to a point
cian and economist In the first place, we must produce in New York recently, and saw the .
where its product is valued at more whose cqmmentson -
a crop of the type which the Florida products arrived
what as they on !
than three hundred thousand dollarsa we may expect for 1932
market wants. If the demand shifsfrom the market. Broken hampers and :
year. Florida tomatoes, to cite were published in this newspaperSaturday
flat headed to round headedcabbage crates were not uncommon. A large
another example, are today vauledat points'out that as soon as W r\ l'FrIDD !
half a million dollars. retailers arq convinced that com- for instance, then we crew of men is maintained at the
should shift over and grow the railroad terminal for the purpose of 'V
These industries are going con- modity prices have reached the low I-
round heads.In recoopering these broken crates. Re-
cerns. They can have slumps but mark, stocks will be replenished andthe
the second place, we can do coopered products always sell for
wheels of industry will begin
they do not disappear. Neither does to
turn. still more in the way of making our less at the auction. And sad to relate
the great tourist industry in Florida. When industry becomes act A
live wire man with car
products attractive when they arriveon by far the greater part of the young
The appeal of Florida in the winter wages are paid new buyingpower
the market. We can trim upI coopering necessary was with Flor or truck to build up a Rood J aun-
and of the beach resorts in the sum- is 'created and we start up hill
toward another ida products, both vegetables and dr>' and Dry Cleaning Route
mer-and prosperity peak.
especially, of course, of
Daytona Boach- is a gift of natureno Economically speaking, this is the citrus.A 'I thI'ou Si the CJl-uI0 a slrto"Ypr"1'1)ID1. )

depression can take away. Tourists gloomiest potent and the brighest BALDNESS little serious consideration giv al work-An>* ,- .t !" ,' ,
I en the package and packing situa
are making sacrifices this year future that we have faced in many,, l BALD SPOTS tion right' now should pay big divi fng full information and references -
to come to'Florida. Fewer are coming many months.-Harris Ellsworth, AnN O R SI A I. HAIRDnPICIEXCY

than in previous years; but the pointis News Review, Roseburg, Ore. dends. For heavy products, the first letter.
that Not n Tonic -:- A IInlr Grower! hamper is fast being replaced by the
remarkably many are. No "Sl) crate In other states.
statistics are' available but undoubt- FOR THE LOVE OF BOOKS P. O. BOX 3246
will grow hair on a bald bend Fourth and last, every care shouldbe
edly there, are more tourists in Flor-
Unit ,pots covered with hair taken to ship to honest commis
ida this :year than in 1922. Look Many a man has given up his native Abnormal hnir deficiency: IK WEST PALM BEACH FLA.
sion and other dealers who; will ,
land for the love of lassie restored
back ten years It you need some a or ....
cheering up. You'll get it-Daytona the sake of fortune, but it is seldom Years of scientific research nnd give us a fair break when our pro .
work thin
laboratory produced
Beach NewsJournal.In that they change their hearthstoneon I marvelous preparationSend ducts arrive at the terminal markets.

account of books. for a jar today with full
commenting on the various industries Instructions
An Associated Press I
dispatch from Literature on rt'qoel'ltCnn ,
springing up in the state Washington says that Dr. Otto H. F. be used an easy nit cleaning
within the past ten years the editorof teeth
Is giving up his residencein Fully Guaranteed
the News-Journal neglected to Germany to be with his beloved PRICE $5.00U.
take Into consideration the industryat S. SALES AGEXCY
books in Washington.. and that he
151: Walnut Street
our doors-the BUILDERS
own sugar indus- will take out citizenship papers in PHILADELPHIA, PA.
try. What it means to this sectionis the United States .
Dr. Vollbehr enabled SPAIN'S BEST 20th.

well known to all residents and the United States to have in its i RADISCAPILLUSLIQUID '
the present production is
but a fore- LIbrary of Congress the worldfamous -! -

runner of what ten years from now 42-line Guttenberg Bible. ANTE D

will see throughout this vast Ever-
This Bible, called the oldest and I
glades 666
territory. most valuable book in the world, is.

one of a collection of 3,000 items

GET OUT. THE VOTE printed in the fifteenth century, TABLETS SALVE

.---- which was bought by the Govern- 666 Liquid or Tablets used internally -

Registration books are open for and 666 Salve make
ment for 1500000. There are only I I externally: a

the voters of Hendry county, and three complete copies of the ,Bible i j complete''I and effective treatment for

Judging by the number of new resi- on vellum surviving, one each in I I Colds. Substantial inducements

dents registering here the fisrt few Washington, Paris and London.Dr. j Most I I Speedy Remedies Known are

days of the week, a heavy poll will Vollbehr waged a four-year I j i Ask Your Druggist for Particulars

be cast in the Clewiston precinct. battle to find a buyer for his tomes offered to relieve the acute ,

The first three days of the week who would keep them intact and t
saw 100 new names added to the make them useful to scolars., But

regfnstration roll of this precinct and today he dismisses that story with a housing shortage now prevailing -
it is
considered quite probable that gesture and a phrase "So proud ij I Notice is hereby given that under .

75 additional names will be listed could do something ,for culture." i', and by virtue of Final Decree entered
before the books close. E. B. But- in that certain cause pending: in the _' in Clewiston
Then he will tell you: "Books are Circuit Court of Hendry County Flor- ; .
ler has been appointed district dep- knowledge; knowledge' is civiliza-i ida,"wherein Clewiston Home Building .
uty by Miss Alice C. Bailey, to care tlon. Without Association is Plaintiff and Louis A. ..
-by Joe what
for Morgan and others are Defendants, I
the .
registering of Clewiston citi- would will offer for ,
we have? sale and sell to the high- -:;
I zens. Mr. Butler will have the booksat "Years est and best bidder for cash at the :,...
his office in the ago, when I was a young front door of the Court House at La- ; ....' J'
Hopkins building chemist on a tour of the world, a Belle Hendry County Florida on "h ,. \''
from 12 to 2 daily for the convenience great German-American :Monday, the 4th day of April A. D. : \, ,
. Alfred Su- 1932 during the ; ," ,
-Clewlston citizens who legal hours for sale,
desire to tro, said to me: 'If you would adopta the following described property, lying THE
take an interest in the elections that hobby. my friend, don't bother to and being in Hendry County Florida '
are to be held June 7th. to-wit:
There is no fee attached trouser buttons or stamps or Lot Four (4) in Block three hundred
to regis- coins-collect rare books.' sixty nine (369) fronting Sagamore
tering. The, only payment necessary "I followed his advice, finally Avenue, according to the General Plan CLEW IS TON COMPANY
to vote is that of the poll tax-a of Clewiston Florida recorded in the
very building up the largest collection of Public Records of Hendry County,
nominal tax of one dollar per year. incunabula ever assembled by one Florida Plat Book 2, at Pages 7 to 14 PHONE
This poll tax is collectable inclusive. 102
from men man, and today I am a living exam-
and women between Said property will be sold in acord-
the of 21 Suiro's ADMINISTRATION
ages ple BUILDING
motto-to CLEWISTON,
preserve ance with and to satisfy said Decree. FLORIDAPAGR
and 55. All, citizens above the
age something always worthwhile for B. A. BALES,
of 55 are exempt from the paymentof posterity. ., Special Master in Chancery.J. I

this tax. "But people will say, why worry M. COUSE, -..-
Be sure you are registered properly Solicitor for Plaintiff.
about posterity We bay ourselves
Sarah: 4-U-18-36: Apr, 1,

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Mrs. Allen and Miss Vesta Allen ;

Personal Mention spent Monday in Fort Myers. BjUT! DROPS ONE TO PAHOKEE

.,.:.:.v' Harry Peters, Jr., is spendin II THE i --
Jr' VIVE and 1+j Clewiston defeated the
several days transacting business in WHITEe ftA ? cCJ(

r' Tampa. .. J junior high school 14-7 and 19-13
Frank Hancock was a week-en i and then in Canal Point the locals

visitor in Palm
[ dropped a 17-15 to the' Paho-
Mrs. Evelyn Pace, Mrs W. M. Red 1 1i i
kee players. '

'. : Mrs. Ag Wood, of Moore Haven, elsheimer and Herbert Blate i Editor in Chief Mary Louise Oglesby SCHOOL I In the game against Pahokee, the
Thursday visitors in Palm Beach.
Visited in Clewiston? Tuesday. Assistant Editor ........Halson Avant quarter was dull and failed to

I Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mrs. Esther Assistant Editor ._......Mae Lily Stone Mary: Bush spent the week-end in I I have any exciting moments. Each

Keith Hartsfield left Clewiston Ryan and Mrs. H. H. Keller spent I Sports Editor ..........Richard Bestor Miami visiting friends. I team made only two points. ,

'.- Tuesday to return to Fort Myers. Thursday afternoon in Palm Beach. Sports Editor ................Evelyn Hare Clewiston made a rally at the be-

-"-- Humor Editor ..............Usler Mathis Evelyn Hare spent the week-end ginning of the second quarter and

" '-" '. T. Reid Lauterbach was a businessvisitor Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. M. Social Editor ................Betty Spicer as the guest of Mary Louise Oglesby.i annexed a sufficient number ofpoint's

here several days this week, Leydig, Mrs. Spicer, Mrs. J. E. Cartoonist ....................Anne Mathis to place the game on ice. The

.' ''Beardsley, spent Saturday in Palm i'Business Manager ..........Roy Green: Bobby Hare motored to Fort My second period ended with' Clewiston"
' ers and LaBelle on business 'Tues j 9 and Pahokee 4. .
Miss Frances Tippey was a visa Beach,
day. Pahokee opened the second'halt
tor to South Bay Wednesday and t' WATCH YOUR STEP I
\ COTHERNHAREMr. I with a neat goal and then added a
? I I Emma free shot leaving Clewiston
, Bethea was absent from only one
,.. and Mrs. R. M. Hare, of this Stop. Look. Listen.' There are school Tuesday. point in the lead. While Pahokeewas

Miss Frances Tippey and Mrs. J.-/city, announce the marriage of their I re-maining settling down to business! and

", E. Johnson were Thursday visitor: daughter, Elsie Lee. to Mr. Van Merrel Lowe was a visitor in La- making goals, Clewiston was losing

in Palm Beach. !Cothern, on Saturday, March 6th, our grades. Belle Wednesday. energy and tiring. By a brave effort -

at LaBelle. The marriage ceremony I Now that the school year is drawing the sons of the Blue and White

,' Miss Bonceil Stone and Casey was performed by County Judge H. to a close it is time for us to be- Mae Lily Stone, motored to Paho- stemmed the Pahokee rally.. The

'". Jones were Saturday ;evening visitors -'A. Rider. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Pape, gin being more studious. There will kee to attend the show there Sunday fourth quarter assumed the aspect ota

to Palm Beach. : of Moore Haven. were the only at-I be plenty of rejoicing for some of night. I regular shooting match with

" < "j-"' I tendants. Both the bride and us at the end of these two' months, I I Hooks and Avant fairly: keeping the
',' : "' D. B. Roberts has returned to,I groom are popular memers of Clew-I but for some, there will be only Lily Murel Wynn attended the net swinging throughout the quar-

.',) '" Clewiston after visiting in Flagler,!iston's younger set and have been i sighing and-wondering. Why? show in Pahokee Sunday night. I ter. As Hooks hooked another

..::/, Beach for two weeks. j residents here for the past two I If, on the last day of school you are through the net the final whistle

.'" j I years. Mr. and Mrs. Cothern will I among those who are not so happy Richard and eGorge Bestor spent blew with a score of 14-7.

j, Mrs H. A. Bestor and Mrs. Esther!make their home in Moore Haven in over your final report card, you the past week at Crescent Beach,
the future. look back and think of the work
. Ryan visited friends in Lake Wales near may near Fort Myers. DEFEATS CANAL POINT
I which you did, and of that which '
Tuesday and Wednesday.Mr. Clewiston added another laurel as
MRS. ESTHER RYAN HONORED you should have done during the ,
George Hooks was absent from it brought home the scalp> of Canal
AT LOVELY BRIDGE PARTY school term. Consider the hours
school last Monday. Point
wit ha
;: 19-13 score Friday.
and Mrs. T- V. Watson
school in
wasted in which
you you I The
fast one
I game was a and the
spending the week-end touring the Mrs. V. Watson and Mrs. H. H. should have been
T. studying, or per- Elva Alston was absent from I winner did not know the outcome

northern part, of the state. Keller were joint hostesses at a haps you thought you could not school one day last week. I j It I until its closing whistle had sound

lovely bridge party Friday afternoon make the grade any way and decided ed. Canal Point stepped to the

R. E. Kurtz, prominent Fort My-' at the Clewiston Inn in honor that you would have a good time One new pupil Deam from front
Billy at the opening to ring a two:
business visitor
ers attorney, was a of Mrs. Esther Ryan. I playing and annoying the others. We
Kansas. has entered school here. point score but this, was soon overcome -
__ m Clewiston Tuesday afternoon. The guests at this attractive affair are afraid there are, some studentsin Clewiston
.. I and a little step-
" -- were: Mrs. H. E. Edmundson.I this school who think they come

:] John G. Kenimer, of New York, is Mrs. W. C. Owen. Mrs. E. L Stewart to school in order to have plenty of'I County Board Adds four ping ringers to the In front rapid herself succession.by piling Fora
'I ; spending a few days in Clewistonj ] Mrs. A. J. Kellar, Miss Dorothy fun. Well. maybe they are gettingit
I moment it looked like
a walkawayfor
i j '- \ as a guest of the Clewiston Inn. I Mormon, Mrs J. P. Percy, Mrs. Harry but wait until they finish (or Books To Library Clewiston. But for only a mo

Vaughn, Mrs. C. L. Downs, Mrs.I stop) school and begin to earn their ment. The Canal Pointers, playing
Mrs. V. Gram of Miss
Tampa, !! Fred Hill .Mrs. E. R. Fontaine, Mrs.i own living. They will find that --- like demons
' ,-. Bertha Gram and Jimmie Couse, of In order to further improve the brought their score up
W. M. Redelshiemer, Mrs. W. C.I they cannot play on the job to
and tied the
:.a; .' Moore Haven, spent Saturday here. I'Prewitt, Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Miss,I there are plenty of others anxious:|facilities of the Clewiston school, score.dangerous Hare, Clewiston point f.orward.

Marion Harmon, Mrs. R.Y. Patter-' every job who will be glad for Hendry county has added approximately untied the knot free throw and
1 Miss Eleanor Wintle the '' a
spent I 45 books to the school libraryhere.
son, Mrs. Frank Wright, Mrs. J. E. the opportunity to step into the job. Lowe added two for
; week-end
in Fort Myers visiting herj .
Beardsley. Mrs. W. C. Hooker and If you are among the ones who Clewiston. Not to be undone, the
,j parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Wintle.! The selection of the books makesthe I
,the honoree, Mrs. Esther Ryan. haven't made good use of your time Canal Point team did a little goal

I The holder of high score, Mrs. this might help yourself Clewiston library? complete in I
year you throwing and ended the half with a
Commissioner E. E. and D. .
Kelly every detail covering a variety of
[ :W., C. Prewitt, was awarded a beautiful to get up the ladder by getting down 11-11 tie-up.
G- Alston school board member J
subjects, with both fiction and in-
pajama bag; Mrs. F. Deane i iI | to work right now. You haven't A fast second half with only one
afternoon in LaBelle
spent Tuesday structive books
'J J' playing an important
j jon Duff was presented a lovely vase forsecond any time to delay, that is unless you j goal for Canal Point and four for
business. I part in the books that will fill the
high score, and a delightful want to look at the same books next Clewiston gave the Blue and White's
shelves here.Included .
, make-up box was presented Mrs. W.I iterm. thei
rthird consecutive
: Mr .and Mrs. H. H. Keller, J. F. in the latest addition to victory. a
C. Owen holder of third high. Mrs.
Do you want to look at your same
Terrill, Jay Moran, and Mr and ,Mrs. !I the library are such novels as:
I W. M. Redelshiemer, winning the set of books next ? CLEWISTON LOSES
,; ;,:/..." E. R. Fontaine. spent Sunday at The Ancient Highway; God's Coun- .
lucky cut prize was given an attractive -i I
; c Lake Wales. j If you don't, get down to work and In their return game Canal Point
try the Women; and the River's
hand made bag. A beautiful and be those who will be
among rejoicing -
I took Clewiston In by a narrow mar-
End, by James Oliver Curwood; The
.: f y. Felix Taylor and Judge J. E. set of Maderia'napkins Mrs. was presented I when the final grades, are Cruise of the Dazzler and other gin of 1715.: Two long shots from
the honoree Ryan, as al I given.
-' Lovvorn, of Okeechobee, were vis-' works by Jack London; The Deer mid-field in the secaond half fea-

itors in Clewiston a few hours + memento of the refreshment occasion. courseof Here's hoping all success. Slayer; and the Spy, by James Fin- tured the game for Clewiston.
A delightful
Wednesday afternoon. Winds of Scoring: Hare 8, Hooks 4, Avant
fruit salad in boats THE SEASON IS ENDEDBy nemore Cooper. The
II served. pineapple Chance, and The Silver Horde, by 2 and Lowe 1; Sears 6, Todd 4, Gilbert '

Mr.\, and Mrs. W. M. Redelshiemer, was Rex Beach. 3. Watkins 2 and Luth 2.
I II I ( Robert Hare)
Miss Elizabeth West, Herbert Blate,I MRSR.. Y. PATTERSON HONORS The basketball season is ended. Other authors represented in the
Mrs. Evelyn Pace and Dick McDowell collections added Zane CLEWISTON GIRLS TAKE
(I just are:
VISITOR WEDNESDAY P. M. Our team was not so successful this
spent Sunday in 'Lake Placid. i Gibbs. Emerson CANAL POINT TO TASK
I I season, but is was Clewiston's first I Grey, Philip Hough,
, ; Roberts Rhinehart Temple
. Mrs. R. Y. Patterson entertainedat and cannot Mary ,
season; one expect a
Mrs. J. F. Tippey and Miss Frances -, Bailey, H. G. Wells and other noted Clewiston girls won a great vIc-
a delightful affair last Wednesday whirlwind team the first, year. I
Pahokee Indoor
: Tippey were week-end visitorsin I writers. tory on the courtin
aflernoon-_ at her home on Circle Things looked bad for the -
Pahokee Canal Point last
the of Mr.
Fort Myers as guests I I These books are meeting popular
Drive complimenting Mrs. Esther team until the last four March 4th.
up games As
Friday night, soon
and Mrs. J. G. Allhands. !I demand by the students of the scool
: Ryan. I lof which they won three. Mr. Lang- I as the records of the library will as the whistle blew and the game

Mrs. C. J. Bachus. of Chicago, 111.,| Guests were: Mrs. C. L. Downs.I I ford is a most capable patient: show that they are being ,read almost was called, Bethea and Wynn started -

Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mrs. F. Deane coach. but I' am afraid the boys were. making goals for Clewiston and
spent several days here where she of the stu-
, constantly by some
Duff Mrs L. F. Perkins, Mrs. J. H. I !i
was called on account of the deathof a slight disappointment to him this dents. continued bringing up the score
Scharnberg, Mrs.: J. P. Percy, Mrs. 1 I
season. But just wait until next throughout the
her father, A. B. Cherry.Mr. j 1!I game.
I W. M. Redelshiemer. Mrs. W. C.' 'year. We will have a real basketball -
CHAPEL PROGRAM FOR In the first half Bethea gave
Owen, Mrs. C. C. Wilson, Mrs. E. R.jj' j i
team. It takes experience to
and Mrs. E. L. Stewart, r'l; FRIDAY, MARCH 4TH Clewiston 6 points. and Wynn 2
Fontaine Mrs- W. C. Prewitt Dirs. '
1 and Mrs. McGehee, C. E. Parkinson/ play any game and we have now hadone points. For Canal Point' Chauncey
Fred Hill, Mrs. T. V. Watson. Miss
E. E- Kelly and Miss Dorothy Mormon Elizabeth',, ( season of wonderful experience. Miss Wallace's room, the 7th and made one and :Maloy made one.

JY were Monday visitors in Palm I Jamye Williams, Miss :, We have showed that Clewiston can 8th grades had charge of the Chapel Everything looked good for Clew'
West, Miss Mae Drew, Mrs. H. H.[ ;win and lose with good spirits. The I II
Beach. program Friday, March 4th. The iston. About this time the whistle
I Keller, .Mrs. Harry Vaughn, Mrs.II boosters in the school have supported <
------ (I program was as follows: blew for the second half. Bethea
', :C. E. Miner, Mrs. Knight, Mrs. Frank
:&. Mr. and Mrs. Elbert L. Stewart. the team admirably this season Song-by assembly. Wright Mrs. E. L. Stewart, Mrs. E. I if did lose several I .
I even we games.
[ ; Miss Dorothy Mormon and Mrs. J. Bible Reading-Mr. Langford., -
.-', IH. Digges, Mrs. W. F._ Simpson, ;That is appreciated. Any school
McGehee spent Monday afternoon Prayer-By assembly. I '
Mrs. H. E. Edmundson, Mrs. G. Mean
support and boost a team that is
in Fort Myers attending an ex- I II' Reading, "Washington"Wi111amJohnson. ,
ibition baseball game. Wallace, Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, Mrs. winning but it takes ,a real school .

I' G. B. Rackstraw. Mrs. Winn. Mrs.1 spirit to stick in with a team when Sop.g-By assembly.

Mr. and Mrs. Lane McDonald left Barney Thomas, Mrs. T. B. Shelley, the scores are going against them. Play, "Bobtown School".-7th and
; Mrs. Spicer, Mrs. I. M. Pafford,I I
Wednesday for Jacksonville. Mr. Next year Clewiston is going to 8th grades. GLADES THEATRE
: MrsH.. R. Hall, Mrs. M. E. Yena-
McDonald will continue to Marked put out a real team, so lookout forIyour Song-By assembly.
and Marion
wine Miss
Tree. Ark., for a short business visit.Mr. Leydig. laurels, Alva, ,LaBelle and Song-By assembly. MOORE HAVEN
... ; I Prizes were awarded to Mrs. Barney ,
and Mrs. McDonald will .then return Moore Haven. Mr. Langford made a few 'announcements *
Thomas high; Mrs. H. E. Ed- I
to Clewiston. I' .
munson. second; Mrs. E. R. Fon- I
-.- FRID \Y-SATURDAY, March 11-
o taine, third; Miss Marion Leydig, Girls Win 14-7 Game
Mrs. Dixon H. Tharin, of Palm Evelyn-You got fooled on this 12. "THE FIGHTING FOOL" fea-
fourth Mrs. T. V. Watson, fifth.
.- Beach, recently arrived here to join ; I diamond ring. turing Cowboy Tim McCoy, supported
; Mrs. A. J. Keller won the consolation From Canal PointersClewiston
her husband, who is an employee of Van-Not me, I know my onions. by Marc line Day. Packed with pep.
prize and Mrs. J. E. Beardsley
the U. S: Sugar Corp. Mr. and Mrs." 0 Evelyn-Maybe, but not your car- The, outdoors with realism.TUESDAYWEDNESDAY.
:: the Mrs. Ryan was -
won cutm .
Tharin are residing at the Schult ats.
14-7 vIc-
presented a lovely guest prize. girls won a

apartments. Tea guests included: Mrs. Arscott, tory over Canal Point sextet team Merel-This Egyptian mummy is

Recent registrations at the Watanabe -I Mrs. M. W. Bigg, Mrs. W. T. Bailey. here Tuesday afternoon. 5000 years old. It is possible that March

,- Hotel include Miss Nash Drake, I Mrs. W. G. Charley, Mrs. J. E. Frier- The team work of the girls was Moses saw it.BobWas. 15-16. James Dunn, Linda Watkins,

of Lexington, Ky., Miss C. C. Lil-; son, Mrs. F. A Paris, Miss Finnegan, displayed readily' In fast and excit- Moses ever in Paris. Jolly O'Day and Minna Gombell in

Mrs. Martha Ludekas. Mrs. J. A. ing game. The evenly matched "SOB SISTER." This is James
Hard of Lexington, Ky., Mr. and
Mrs. E. Garrettson, of Tampar4 McGehee, Miss Ellen Wallace, Miss players on both teams tended to Roy-Is your wife fond of listen- Dunn's follow-up picture after mak-

Dorothy Mormon, MrsW.. P. make the game all the more Interest- ing in? ing "Bad Girl". The romantic drama -
Mr. and Mrs. J. n.. Hall, of Urbana,,
Vaughn, Sr., Mrs. Lanone Keller ing. Hookie-Not half so much as she of a girl reporter who thoughther
1" 0., Mr and Mrs. C. B. Hatton, of Ur I
," and Mrs. -Leydig. Mrs. Bigg received In the first half Bethea made 2 Is of speaking out. job was bigger than her love.

: ";, bana. 0., T. L. Broach, of NashvilleTenn the tea guest prize. points for Clewiston. Wynn made .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:.:. .

., W. B. Lowe, and Mr. and I 7 points. Chancey made 4 pointsfor .:..:..:..:..:..:,.:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-: :..:..:,
Mrs. Paul Cline, of Urbanna, Va. MARCH 19TH SLATED AS I IFATHER'S
Canal Point and Maloy made 1. C. E. STEBELDealer FRIDAY-SATURDAY, March 18-
NIGHT AT P.-T. Thus the score at the end of the
Among members of the ClewistonPost A'i 19. "THE LIGHTNING FLYER"
first half was Clewiston 9 Canal In
-, of the American Legion attending Attention to the members of the I Point 5.When. ; with James HalL Dorothy Sebastianand

a post meeting in LaBelle Tuesday Clewiston P.-T. A. Is called to the I the whistle blew for the General Electric Refrigerators others. A mile-a-minute railroad -

night were: J. A. McGehee. W ,melodrama packed with thrills
special meeting Friday night, i second half, Spicer substituted for Electrochef StovesRadios
C. Owen, F .Deane Duff, D- B. Allen 19th, which has -been designated as I Stone for one quarter. Wynn made I and suspense.

C. V. Parkinson, B. A. BourneC. ,, Father's night. Election of officers and Supplies *
one field goal and Bethea made :3
H. Berner.' E. B. Butler, H. R will be conducted at this meeting points. This brought Clewiston's Radio Repairing Admission prices: Adults 35c,

Hall, W. H. Webb, J. R. AlstonChris ,, and those In charge are anxious to Children 15c
score to 14. made
up Chauncey one Pnhokee Florida
Christian, W. P. Vaughn, Jr., have a representative attendance I

I and Barney Thomas. present. field goal giving Canal Point a total :..:..:..:....:..:-:..:..:..:.-:..:..:..: :..:.-:..:..:.. ..:..:-.:- ., -", ,
score of 7. r"1; .. J
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r f f any farmer who understands his "

unbap 'cbooJ1es5on laud and farms it properly "can r
make a good living every year and I Fought Death in Frozen North I

in addition some real" money every r oo Late

three or four years.

Few Floridians realize to any de-

gree the agricultural possibilities Vo Classify
(Continued from Page Two)
of Florida. We have been publi

saith unto him Have I been so longtime cised as a winter playground to such By RUSSELL KAY
Secretary, Florida Prett
with you and yet hast thou l an extent that even among our own AssociationEditor's

not known me, Philip? Believeme people there are many who overlook --

that I am in the Father, and the i or do not understand ,that thee I
( note: This is
Father In me: or else believe m basic foundation of Florida's future series of articles by Russell Kay.eo secretary a-

for the very work's sake." is in its amazing farm possibil- of the Florida Press Association -
and Is published on its meritsas
One of the greatest proofs of the ities; that under their very noses.I entertainment only, and not as i

divinity, sonshlp and sacrificial an agricultural empire is in the mal-I.I any boost or knock to any candidate
for political office. If follow
death of Jesus is the miracles he ing. series from week to week you you will this / )

didIf we believe that by speak- Rex Beach's statement in this issue keep well informed on the principal

ing the command he cured the sick, of Florida Farmer is more thanan that political I Russell races--and pans 'em you all.) will notico

healed the blind and raised the interview. It is a ringing mes-

dead, we can hardly doubt that he sage to the whole world from a man I read in the paper the other day "hr'N i

was what he claimed to be. whose writings find their way to the where Frank K. Anderson of Alta- a' y.,

Then Jesus gave to his disciples, four corners of the earth, whose monte Springs was runnin' for the
Legislature and I wrote him a letter
and to all who accept and follow statements are based upon a personal -
and called him Mr.
Anderson.I .
him these promises, "Verily: verily, experience, and who has nothingto -
{!I Now he comes back at me and
I say unto you, He that believethon sell.
!wants to know
: where I get that
me, the works that I do shall he Coming from a man so widely ,
MISTER stuff and asks me to be
do also; And whatsoever ye known it Is worth millions of dollars t IL
FRANK with him in the future. He
shall ask in my name, that will I to the State of. Florida. To
says, "who inell ever heard of Mr.
do, that the Father maybe glorifiedin many Florida farmers it is a confir-
:Mutt, or Mr. Rogers, or Mr. Wash- -- -
the Son. If ye shall ask any mation of faith already well established ington?" --- .q1 <

thing in my name, I will do it. If ; to all Floridians it is a mes-

ye love me keep my commandments.And sage of encouragement and hope for'! And when you stop to think aboutit

I will pray the Father, and he the future; to the prospective set-'!: the boy's right. In the end of the

shall give you another Comforter: tIer it is unimpeachable testimony. day, the birds we tag MISTER consistently -

that he may abide with you for ever; -March Florida Farmer. j I don't amount to a whole

.1 lot in our estimation or anybody
Even the Spirit of truth; ye

know him; for he dweleth with you, CANAL POINT TO TASK;| elses. If a guy is REALLY important MEILLEUR, Olympic dog sled derby contender, who with a com

and shall be in you. I will not CLEWISTOX GIRLS TAKE it just comes natural to think JOE was lost for twelve days recently In the frozen wilds of the \. .

leave you comfortless: I will come chummy about him, so we side- North. How a small reserve store of ordinary sugar, one of the most

to you." (Continued From Page 3) track the MR. and call him like his concentrated sources of energy, helped them to keep their stamina and

The Spirit is to us what shot three field goals and one free Mama used to, "Eddie" or "Bill" or struggle back to civilization in good health, was revealed by Mellleur
Holy "John". when he arrived at Lake Placid for the Olympic winter events."* The
shot. Wynn shot one field goal,
Jesus in person was to the disciples, I above photograph was made at night as Mellleur, a real "sour-dough,"
except that we may understand more giving Clewiston a score of 17.i It don't make any difference how prepared his camp after a workout over the hills around the Lake.

easily. Chauncey made a field goal giving. HONORABLE a fellow be or
may -------- --- -
Canal Point a total of 4 points. Thus!
how many trick letters he may have
Concerning the Holy Spirit
Morgan and others are Defendants, I PROCLAMATION
I the ended. Leaving the score:
ised by Jesus, Mr. Spurgeon said, game on to his title, if folks can't will offer for sale and sell to the high-
Clewiston, 17; Canal Point, 4. I think of him by his FIRST name, est and best bidder for cash at the
the three
:/There are persons men- TO THE CITIZENS AND FREEHOLDERS -
front door of the Court House at La-
Clewiston showed wonderful team,he"just
tioned, all at..them doing something don't RATE, that's all. Belle, Hendry County, Florida on OF CLEWISTON. GREETINGS:.
work and so did Canal Point. Monday the 4th day of April. A. D.
for salvation. "I will ;
our pray, WHEREAS: One of the City Com-
1932, during the legal hours for sale,
says the Son. 'I will send' says the And this week it's the Strawberry the following described property, lying missioners of the City of Clewiston
has tendered his resignation with the
FOR TRANQUILITY Festival in Plant and being in Hendry County Florida,
Father. 'I will comfort, says the City. That ought request that such resignation become
Holy Ghost. to be a CRATE show. If it was runnln' to-wit: eftective April 1, 1932 and
of their Lot Four ((4) in Block three hundred
Men brag
may courage WHEREAS The Charter of
it I'd serve a STRAW ballot sixty nine (369) fronting Sagamore : City

THREE MORE CANDIDATES quarrels, f with each admission ticket, then as a Avenue, according to the General Plan tip appointment Pitv of Clewiston by the City provides Commission for the
They may boast of the victories they' of Clewiston, Florida, recorded In the
grandstand attraction of member fill his
QUALIFIED FOR PRIMARY we could Public Records of Hendry County a new to unexpired
have won; count the votes and BURY a lot of Florida, Plat Book 2, at Pages 7 to 14 term ending 'September 30, 1933. if, as
------- and
when his resignation is accepted,
TALLAHASSEE March 8 They may fight, regardless of I Candidates. But when I think of inclusive.
Said property will be sold in acord- andWHEREAS
Three more candidates qualified strawberries, I always wonder why ance with and to satisfy said Decree.B. : The City Commission, as
And be proud of the fighting they've, the provided by statute, is desirous of
today with Secretary of State would go and lend A. BALES, filling such vacancy as may occur at
Gray for next June's democratic done. I all that money to the California Special :Master in Chancery. this time by the appointment by the

primary election. They were: grape growers, when you can makea J. M. COUSE. City Commission of a representative
ammunition. property owner, tax payer and | or
Chemicals, guns, Solicitor for Plaintiff.
John W. Newbern, Newberry, can- I darn sight better wine from Flor- citizen of Clewiston from among the
in Death's toll March 4-11-18-25 Apr. 1.
Each taking a THREE
didate for railroad commissioner ? ida strawberries. But maybe we got recelvinsthe greatest num-
; Destroying beyond recognitionMan's ber of endorsements of all such citizens -
James Whftehurst, of Brooksville, enough LITERARY inDIGESTionas and'VHEREAS
; Home his Family his Soul.
for delegate to the national demo- it is. EnlightmentNow : It is deemed expedient i!
in order to determine your pleasure i I
cratic convention from the state at
But there's something that's biggerby living on the other shore, in the premises, to hold an advisory
large and Frank J. Wideman, of And a lot of folks who lost their preferential caucus by ballot. ... _
far, Is Michael John O'Blank
West Palm Beach. for delegate to INTEREST in.Banks. are gonna ; NOW. THEREFORE: I, F. Deane (
the national democratic conventionfrom With more honor than wartime can take a whole lot of INTERESTS in He'll use a lighted match no more. Duff Mayor, City of Clewiston, proclaim 4.-,
give; March 21, 22, 23 and 24 Regis-
the race for State Comptroller. It
the fourth congressional dis- To look into a tank.
tration Days for the citizens of Clew-
When show what
men can they are
trict. ain't gonna be as easy to Close the! i Iston, at which time the registration
By the unselfish way that they live. Polls for the Protection of some- i books will open at the City Hall daily
j j i from 9:00 A. M. to 6:00 P. M., and
EAT ORANGES AND LIVE LONG body or other, as it was to close the from 7:30 P. M., to 9:00 P.M.,+ and
.--- Peace-May it e'er reign supreme. BANKS, and I see where a fellow March 29, 1932 as Caucus Day on which
And war be a thing of the past; named Lee of Highlands has I i WANTEDA date a voting booth, ballot box and
Florida fruit growers should be county lj"'>iih: ballots Will be provided in the
interested In the declaration made With Honor as King, Sincerity been thinkin' it over and has madeup Hopkins Building opposite the Clew-
Queen- iston Post Office from 1:30 P. M.,
his mind to after AMOS in
by Dr. Thomas R. Thorburn that PEACE-Universal at last. go I = 1 to 7:00 P. !.t., supervised by inspectors
in oranges is to be found the secretof I ERNEST. Of course all the Depositors : ,-.r".ntc. 1 by the City Commission, and

long life. Dr. Thoiburn made AMOS has been Protectin' may I 1 The qualifications of persons en-

that assertion in a paper on "Com- -LAURA. MATTESON, I not vote for him but if they all go live wire young man with car; titled sons to over vote the shall age Include of twentyoneyears all whiter
Clewiston Florida.'
mon Colds" read by him before the to the polls at the same time, It'll or truck to build up a good Lami who have resided in the State

look like ANOTHER "run for theirmoney" : -,. i-'lor-Ja: for twelve months and in
Osteopathic Society of the City of I dry and Dry Cleaning Route 3
THE GIN PAYMENT PLAN the area comprising the City of Clew-
New York, of which he is president.He Anyhow, Lee ought to feel through the Glades section-Year? :ctjn: foxS'x months, and who register
urged that the "gastronomical I pretty sure of Tom Watson's vote. on the registration days specified here-
i Comes now another ripple in the I round work-Apply by letter giving i ,n, and
debauch known as the 'Sunday Din- I *
sea of prohibition discussion. New! full information and references FURTHER: It is proclaimed the civic
ner' should be abandoned. Make, And I see where Dave Sholtz has duty of all such qualified citizens in

Sunday a fruit. day and you will have I York newspapers recently ran a I been makin' a lot of cracks about i first letter. Clewiston to vote in such advisory pre-
large advertisement. sponsored by a ferential caucus by WRITING IN THE
fewer colds for your physician to other folks relatives and relations, NAMES OF THREE QUALIFIED CITIZENS -
number of prominent men, seekingthe
cure." and he if elect him for Gov-I on such ballots as their endorsement -
I says we
repeal of prohibition and SUg-: P. O. BOX 3246 of such to the City Commission -
"What is known as a common gesting that Europe pay its debts I ernor, it's gonna be JUST TOO BADas respectively.DON .

cold," he continued, "comes more I toms as follows: far as his kin folks are concerned. WEST PALM BEACH FLA. !: AND ORDERED at Clewiston.

often from faulty) diet than from France to in.wines. According to Dave, if a guy ain't this 7th day of' March, 1932.
pay us I!I F. D. DUFF,
- any other cause. We don't eat; Germany to pay us in beer and able to take care of his poor relations Mayor.

enough fruit. We all should eat wines. without puttin' 'em on the I

more oranges. Oranges help to England to pay us in whiskey and II I state pay roll he's got no business -:

regulate digestion. They keep the gin. bein' governor. Maybe so, but if he I-:N:N N N:N NON..:N N:N:H:N N:N:N:N:M..ti N N:N N:N N:N N:H N:N N:N:N:Ni:N:..:N:N:-i N:N:N N N:N N N N:N::

blood in right condition. With mostof Italy to pay us in vermouth and I I can treat the wife's folks like that X

us the blood becomes too acid as wines. and get away with it, he's good. '
I we advance In years. Moreover, oranges It is pointed out that this pro- Anyhow, it'll be gratifyin' to be able

I being a splendid food, help vides a simple method for Europe to i to cast a vote for one guy without i i

: to keep our cartilaginous and bony pay us without hurting any American -] havin' "to ask yourself "AND WHO _*: Open to the Publics

I structure In order. The individual industries, except the bootleg-: ELSE?

, who eats plenty of oranges seldom ging. Europe, it is explained, can j Some of the candidates for Gover-

develops trouble with the spine. thus buy our products and build. nor may be just followin' around. .- s.
, Think that over. So confident am dollar balances in these United but DAVE has been gettin' some
I of the value of a fruit diet-not States; employment would be improved -'pretty I good hands lately, so just to I *vt*
: Moderate Green Fees
discarding any of the other recog- both here and abroad, and stop all the argument he stepped up I :;:

nized foods-that I believe that had and slammed hundred and
the American citizen would have his one

Ponce de Leon found in Florida the tax burden reduced.A I[ eighty smackers on the table and :_.: Exceptional Fairways :2:

orange groves which now flourishIn unique suggestion. In one:i I says, "Gentlemen, I'm in" while the 1

that state he would have lookedno point of fact it has merit. Liquor.rest of the gang are all sittin' around :s,: Interesting Grass Greens *:,

further for the fountain of consumers in the United States 1 shakin their heads and studyin' x

'outh.-palm' Beach Times. would benefit if only because they!;j their cards, tryin' to' figure out "%_ .fTT".k7.._ H: .,=.. _:_
would have good stuff to drink instead whether to stay for the DRAW or ::
I REX nEACH-FLORIDA FARMER of bathtub and woodshed whis-'i 1:!drop out while the droppin's good. !; r :i:

---- key as now prevails. Some of the candidates can draw a
Ordinarily, when a prospective full house but in this little game. The Most Popular *

settler is told "A Florida Farm is ........ --- the guy with the JACK has a real ad- x

a good Investment" he is apt to cock UP TO A STANDARD vantage. But the HART card from *: Recreation Center ''- ::

his eyebrow and politely agree Jacksonville will have to be figuredon f x"
with mental reservations. But when and besides there are two or .!. %
one of the most widely read authorsin Barber work at this"shop is up three darn good bluffers in the :i: In Clewiston "+-
to standard
a with care and atten-
the world make the same state- game and some bird may take the x
tion paid customer.Let .
ment, after himself farming in Florida every pot on a couple of lousy duces. You I
us do barber work. ::
for six whole years, it not only just never can tell. : Fri :!?:" # V
I carries weight; it is significant. SANITARY SHOP I X

Rex Beach, who has a big celery

farm Park on and the Sebring ridge, says between that Avon after -B. ConnerAlston NOTICE OP SPECIAL SALE MASTER'S I ii Clewiston Golf Course i

-six years experience of farming in Building Notice is hereby given that under
Florida, he considers his Florida and by virtue of Final Decree entered x
Clewiston, Florida 'in that certain cause pending: in the %
farm a good investment. Then he Circuit Court of Hendry County. Flor- Y Y ,

adds, that he firmly believes that ida, wherein Clewis ton Home Building -.- ;;:
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