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Title: The Clewiston news
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Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: March 18, 1932
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
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ENGINEERS TRANSFERRED TO THERMOMETER: DROPS TO 28 I

rt. : FROST TAKES TOLL CROSS STATE-----CANAL,- PROJECT I Personal to Candidates I AT TWO STATIONS NEAR HERE HOOVER REQUESTSFORJAVIGATION


F= AS Six surveymen and field men who 1 Clewiston and Bare Beach shred APPROPRIATIONS
THERMOMETERS
x? have been stationed in this section I low termoraeter readings in Sunday'scold

Ion I the Okeechobee navigation and Candidates, what are you selling! i weather, with official readingsof

REACH NEW LOWS.DAMAGE ;I flood control project were transferred You are selling your belief in i the Sugar company stations show-

f to the Jacksonville office for principles' and your ability to better I ing a point of 28 reached at each of 1

I work: on the cross-state survey. Hendry county._ The voters are I the two stations. South Bay's station -I

ESTIMATED BETWEEN Those leaving Clewiston are: JamesA. your customers who are going to I reported 32. Liberty Point camp I FUNDS ASKED TO CONTINUE

I Rumbley, E. C. Blair, J. M. Carey the polls on 'election day to buy your 31 and Benbow Farms 29. Monday's!"
FORCES AT WORK: ON
50 AND 75 PERCENT IN I Stanley Altman, George B. Weston; services or your opponents for a readings for Bare Beach and South I

: TERRITORY Fred Lorraine of Moore Haven, was term of years, which should be de-I Bay showed frost at each place with I PROJECTS

also transferred to the Jacksonville' voted unselfishly to the entire coun!I a low reading of 30 at Bare Beach:I -

Clewiston farmers suffered a frost office. 'I ty. and 32 at South Bay. Immediate appropriation of $60-
I 000,00 to continue Improvement
waterways -
damage Sunday night with estimatesof In order to let the people of the I _
by the federal
losses varying: between 50 and 75 county know, of what value you will i govern
ment was asked of Congress Mondayby
per cent. of the early spring crop of PLANS COMPLETED be to the county your "customers" ASSAULT CHARGES President Hoover. The requestwas

tomatoes. Only one car had been are looking to you for a platform
shipped from here and plans had : telling why they should cast their I based on the need'Co keep men
FOR REVIVAL OF now employed the federal
been made for the movement of vote for you. I I l BRING( HEAVY FINES on pro-
jects at work.A .
three or more this week if the frost This article is being written at:!

had postponed its arrival a few BASE BALL CLUBEXPECT I I the request of numerous voters of!i special message to the house

days.. I the county who seek to learn the I I TO CLEWISTON MEN urged action, "in order that we may

I' principles you are advocating. They avoid the unemployment and dislocation
Thermometer readings as low as I -- I'I'I that would result from "
TO ESTER PALM BEACH want to know your platforms now, PUTT AND EHLING DRAW SL"MONTHS delays.
24 were reported. The lowest re- I so they may study them and render The president explained that expect-
port was that of Mr. Toketa, a COUNTY LEAGUE FOR AND $500 FINE
I I understanding vote in the June ing enactment of the war department
Japanese farmer one mile east of I Ian IN PALM BEACH
COMING: SEASON elections. They are not going to I supply bill at the customary time

Clewiston. His report is that the I I vote blindly-there is too much at! "the engineers, have entered"upon

thermometer reached the lowest Plans' were formulated at the stake.In I Pete J. Ehling and Jacob Putz, certain contracts, the continuance of

point about 3 a. m. Monday morn- Clewiston men, tried in Palm Beach I
Clewiston Inn last Thursday night I the interest of Hendry county which have depended upon the passage -

ing. Early risers in the city limits for a re-organization of the success- I the Clewiston News will print your Friday on charges of assaulting a I of the appropriation bill 'atthe.

report a temperature, of 29 at 5:30. i ful "Cane:: Breakers" 'base ball team !platform that the voters are demanding -! 14 year old barefoot girl near here I usual time," he added. -

1 It was decidedly the coldest wave I here. A group of 30 enthusiasts attended and will continue to demand un-i i February 10th, was found guilty of "The budget estimate for the
that has ever struck this territory. 'assault and battery in the Palm
the meeting. t itil it is given. This will give the i I maintenance and improvement exist

Farmers here surveying their frost Prospects for a season as. successful voters an idea of your views on I Beach. county court. They were each ing rivers and harbors works for
fined and six months in
the
$500
bitten fields Monday morning are of as last year's are in view with a problems confronting the county, as 1933 is $60,000.000, which should

the opinion that a higher market I I nuclues of the team already an- : well as your constructive plans for county jail. Six months additional become immediately available upon
sentence will be imposed unless the
price will be available for the 30 or', nounced. "Lefty" Baker William i the operation of the office you seek, the pasasge of the act.
I' cash fine is
40 cars of tomatoes remaining in Hooks, Beder Nail and Speedy Mc- i if elected. paid. Appears Inevitable"As

the fields. Peppers. egg plants and: Feeters will again be on the field for I To those prospective 'candidates: Edgar C. Thompson, representingthe delay seems inevitable, and

;. squash were also damaged by the! the Cane Breakers: and a number: i The people are wanting to know who defendants made' a vain pleain unless some action be taken, a large

cold. I of new faces will be seen on the i is going to announce for all the offices their behalf on the grounds that number of men will be thrown out of

The cold wave that hung on Clewiston field. Neal Williamson,!I of the county. They want to the young girl was frightened and I work and other expenses incurredby

through Monday and a part of Tues-I former catcher for the Brown Farms ''i have the campaign conducted in the drew on her imagination for some I suspension of work, I therefore
f I I
day was broken Wednesday after outfit will wear the Clewiston colors open in this period of two and a half of the statements made in connectionwith !recommend that congress give con-

t noon as the thermometer began to I II this season, and Earl Fontaine, : months before election day. j the case. I sideration to Immediate appropriation

I : climb back to its normal level.I former semi-pro infielder of Tampa, i The time is ripe for announce After a deliberation of only 20 of the funds for the mainten-

Wednesday remaining warmer. I Ii who is' now purchasing agent for the ments. get your platforms together minutes the jury returned a verdictof ance and improvements of existing

'' U. S. Sugar corporation here will be and let's start the ball rolling. guilty of assault and battery. I I (Continued on Page 4)
.: Of the heaviest loss in any one
II'I added to the list of prospective The men were arrested here on
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tract stands out the 200 acre tract
the night of February 10th after the;I
players. E. B. Rush south paw I

;'.'; ... land of tomatoes near the planted federal on experimental lake bottom I I engineer, is also available for serviceon EVERGLADES AREA young girl had staggered into tbe- Co-operation Plus

the Cane Breakers. Baker Filling Station on Sugarland!
'dike east of here. This area suf- highway and told, between sobs, of $ .40 Equals DanceEight
fered a loss of about 50 per' cent. It Field Manager Ed Butler says a CALLED GOLD MINE I
'I l II her attack by two men whom she
is said. This tract had just furnished number of outstanding players are
was not able to name. The manager -
Clewiston with its first carload'I now residing in Clewiston and have dollars and forty cents is

shipment of tomatoes, with three announced their intentions of don- BY GOTHAM DEALER of the station, H. G. Walls, called I all it cost the baseball club to stage
Monroe and
I deputy Young, they,
r:',' other cars ready to be picked when ,. ning Clewiston uniforms for the one of the most successful dances
with barefooted
the girl made
a
: the frost arrived. season. of the year here Wednesday night.
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search of the surrounding territoryall
The wind At the meeting Thursday night i R. B. ALLEN DECLARES AGRI- The ball club treasury. netted. $75.60as
west sweeping across night for the men. Ehling and
a result of the! dance.
Charlie Miner elected business, CULTURAL POSSIBILITIESARE
the Everglades until about 2 a. m. was Putz were arrested and identified by
%* 1 manager and Ed Butler re-elected WITHOUT LIMITFlorida's When plans for a dance were
$:1 prevented. frost. When the winds the girl.
I being discussed G. C. :Y-! liaceau
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. subsided the frost formed on acres manager team. Witnesses called for the trial were
the selected gold mine area is that nounced the Wallace Family would
players officially
are
of tomato blossoms.
Monroe H. G. Walls
Deputy Young. ,
and practice started they will elect I territory in and about the Everglades donate their musical talent 'for the
Damage to tomatoes in all sectionsof Dr. J. S. Simmons, and Miss Laura
one of their number as field captain. in the ,opinion of R. B. Allenof benefit of the ball club and Mrs.
the state, with the exception of Matteson, nurse.Floridans .
Claude
Down tendered the
promptly
York real estate
:' New City, oper-
; A committee, composed of Tom
the territory around Palmetto, was
ator who holds extensive holdingsIn use of the Clewiston Inn free of
reported Monday morning. The Shelley, Earl Fontaine, E. B. Rush
New York state, New Jersey and charge for the occasion. Both offers
and Charlie Miner, was named to Outnumber
: small truck farms around Ft. Myers
I and tickets
and FloridapropertJ were accepted were
Pennsylvania owns some
reported no loss from frost in that raise funds for the first finances. It
sale. In less than five
section but a temperature as low was suggested that a dance be given I( In Visitors at Mill placed on
the raised. the dance
as 40 degrees. .for the benefit of the bal lclub. G. MrAllen has just completed an I I II days sum was
given and into and
automobile tour of the State before passed history a
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offered services
O. Wallace the of
Ocala and Orlando reported of- going to Muscle Shoals, Ala., where I Friday must have been Florida I pleasant memory.
the "Wallace Family orchestra" and
ficial temperatures of 27, the lowestin II his company has purchased consider-I Day at the huge sugar mill here, for I Originally scheduled to be a four
Mrs. Claude Downs offered the use I
the state to come from official of the Clewiston Inn for a dance able property in the last few years. visitors cards issued at the mill I i i hour dance, from nine until one the

sources. Other cold spots are: Wednesday night.Merchants I .He is a guest at the Burbridge hotel I door show that of the 51 visitors I dancers requested an extra halt

Gaindsville 28; Okeechobee and I while in the city. taken through the mill on that day I hour, which the orchestra readily:

Hastings 30; :Moore Haven and Ii i Mr. Allen sees in the Everglades 1! all but 18 were from Florida cities. .gave.Music

Bartow 31; Sanford, Titusville and to Supply I area, if the proper drainage effortsare I Michigan ranked highest in numberof I for the affair was given by

Jacksonville 32. made, the making of the Floridaof visitors of any of the states. the Wallace Family Orchestra com-

Ball 'Club Uniforms the future. "That land is the Visitors from the home cities of the posed of Mr.: and Mrs. G. Wallace.

richest I have ever seen," he de- Ford Motor company and General Bill, Laddie and Aldon Wallace

L 0- Gravely Enters I clared. "Anything' can be raised Motors led the list compiled by which was declared to be one of the

1 Merchants and business men of there, and as I see it the agricultural -.I towns. best that has ever been given in

Race for Legislature Clewiston this week rallied around possibilities of that sectionare To date more than 3600 visitors Clewiston.

the banner of the Clewiston Cane limitless." have taken the inspection trip

l...... I Breakers to the extent of donating Florida always will hold its posi- through the mill since the season
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0 Louis O. Gravely, of LaBelle form- District
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( uniforms for the base ball team. tion as the Nation's playground, Mr. opened in December. It is expectedthat Drainage

ally announces his candidacy for Those who have donated uniforms Allen believes. "You can't take the more than. 4000 will have

representative of Hendry county in are: Clewiston Packing Company, by sun away from Florida, and that's I registered at the gill before the Prepares BudgetA

'-., the state legislature in this issue of, W. C. Hooker; Clewiston Laundry what the citizens of the North and I grinding season is brought to a

the News. by Miss Marion Leydig; Clewiston East want, your wonderful sunshine." I close.H. tentative budget almost identi-

Motor Company. Elbert L. Stewart, L. of Durban
he said. Strickland, ,
cal with fiat! under which the district -
c Mr. Gravely was representativefrom !\Alston's Inc; Blate Brothers; Clewis- Mr. Allen, who is the president of I South Africa, registered at the mill last '
operated was adoptedby
this in the session year
county 1929 ton Supply company; Baker's Services the R. B. Allen Corporation, sees Tuesday is the visitor from the most I the commissioners of Everglades
,.:. and during that session acted a I. Station, Pan Am gasoline distributor general business conditions as im- distant point to inspect the mill.A .
District at in
: Drainage the meeting
of
chairman the committee canaland
on i J. K. Baker Standard Oil I I visitors from Canada
I ; corn- (Contlnied on Pase 4) party of West Palm Beach Tuesday. The
". drainage that created the i i i pany, J. A. McGehee; U- S. Engineers, registered last Thursday, they were: amounted
HARE FLORIDA BIRDS, NEAR total budget to approximately -
) Okeechobee Flood Control
present II|IE. B. Rush; Sugarland Cafe; Watanabe I Noel Pelletier of Ste Anne de la '
r-' and Everglades drainage districts. EXTINCTION NOW INCREASING $117.000.The
'; House, J. R. Alston. Pocatiers, and Benoit Pelletier of
,. He was also vice chairman of th Qj! The committee to two units in which additional
/ I appointed secure the same city, Mrs. Verreault and
: committee C. C. Woodword, state game and funds are allowed for !repair are
on legislative expenditures "
i uniforms for the team reports that Miss Rita Verreault and A. D. Ver- '
the and
fres hwater fish commissioner, said those including Hillsborough
well member of the
as as a ::;
all business have not been
men reault of Village des Aulnaies,
r following committees: county organization that several species of Florida birds, the Miami canals on the south

judiciary, privileges and elections .'I called on and request that any per- near extinctaion a few years ago, Canada. shore of the lake. The repairs will '
son or firm desiring to cooperate |
utilities fast increasing in numbers. due I I cost approximately $13,000.In .
public public welfare, were
in this call Charlie Miner Ed
or
': .'. and rules. to rigid protection by State and Two Cars Tomatoes Unit E $3,000 was added to
.t I Butler. Federal laws. 1 1} provide for repair of Hillsborough
I
He stated that he would favor canal locks near Belle Glade and
He said that recently he saw at I Week
This )
among other things, a change in thE:1:' DeLaney AnnouncesFor least 20 wood ducks, most beautifulof I Shipped $10,000 was added in Unit G for repair -
banking laws, a revision of the auto
the entire duck family, while; of the Miami canal levee-
mobile tax law, a revision of th< i I Tentative budget figures for the
fishing in a Central Florida lake, Two cars of tomatoes rolled from
Sheriff's Office .
; law. establishment of an ex I
game and declared that while on the way the Clewiston Packing company'splant various districts are as follows:

<\ 9' perimental farm In this county an to Tampa recently, he flushed a here last night bound for Unit D, $21,000; acreage tax 13.
'a law to permit ex-service men tl o '
Sheriff H. L. DeLaney. of LaBelle flock of at least 25 of these ducks In ; Eastern markets, which was to pre- cents.

homestead state.. owned land.STOLEN today makes his formal announce- a pond close to the highway near cede an estimated shipment of 60 Unit E, $14,000; acreage tax, G&.
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ment to succeed himself as sheriff of Dade City. cars from this point during the next cents.

; ." CAR FOUND Hendry county on a platform of eco He also said the wood ibis are increasing -i few weeks. Frost damage to tomato Unit G, $16.080; acreage' .tax' S

.-- nomic administration. in extreme South Florida, a'' blossoms, however will cause cents. '"

Harvey Guthrie! received communications iDuring his years as a resident off flight of several hundred having a reduction of approximately 25 cars. Unit F, $31,000; acreage ;tax *7

early this week from polic this county Mr. DeLaney has served, been obesrved near the Tamiami Prices are reported as "very good" cents.

officers of Atlanta, Ga., stating the;y two years as city commissioner for Trail near the Dade-Collier line and for Everglades tomatoes. Much of Unit H, $8040; acreage tax 28
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had located the Ford sedan stole:n LaBello and two years as county stated that the beautiful roseate the vegetables in the central portionof cents. -'

.. from the streets of Pahokee a fe commissioner. He was appointed by spoonbills, strikingly beautiful waterfowl the state were destroyed in the Unit I, $24,000; acreage tax G

weeks ago. The car was apparentl y Governor Carlton to the sheriff's I have been reported in Increas. cold wave early thtfs we ell-f. The cents. '

I in good condition, according th e I office upon the resignation of D. L,, ing numbers in South Florida this Pahokee-Canal Point. section: was. not Unit Iv $3,120;. acreage, tax. 13'

, report received: by the owners M.cLaughlin in June of last year, year damaged! by frost, cents.. '

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!TWO THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 1932

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What was the verdict of the FOR SHERIFF |I FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE'
THE OLEWI8TON NEWS I '
German republic? Rather than 'I
Published every Friday in Clewiston, match at a straw they have pinned $000 Late To the Voters of Hendry County: At the request of many friends I

Florida by: the CLEWISTON NEWS, their faith on Hindenburg to con- I hereby announce myself as a am announcing for Justice of the*

". tinue in office and work out the candidate to succeed myself as Peace for the First District of Hend- .
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nation's solution They gave hima (Classify sheriff of to .
o Hendry county, subject ry county.
majority of some 7,000,000 votes
the Democratic June 7th.
Primary
l second class matter In all matters brought before the'
Emtor < as when they realized that no overnight
RUSSELL
By KAY
February 1. 1927 at the ,Post Office change of government could remedythe Secretary Florida PrtM Auoi4.he If returned to this office I will Justice's court I have dealt fairly;

at'ClrwlU, Florida, under the Act and impartially with all concerned,,
republic's ailments.o I continue tQ serve the county to the
'of'.Marc 3, 1897. ,- II best of my ability. I will continueto and at all' times have worked for a

li'flOTHE: BEE'S STANDPOINTFires I After listenin' to some of these conduct the sheriff's office on a betterment of Hendry county. If re-
candidates I've just about come to economical elected to the office I shall continue -
sound, basis. I am mak-
A newspaper devoted to the best I the conclusion that the fellows to conduct the office on the same
latereat, of Hendry County, Florida. in Florida do make a dif! poor ing the race solely on my record and .
:are all cluttered with terriblecase policy.
up a achievements sheriff.
past as
IU leading newspaper. ference. And the damage they do your
bobs up in unexpected places, justas of "I" strain. Any customer Your vote and support will be ap- Your vote and support will be ap-
that stands out in front of a political
the fires themselves spring up preciated. preciated.
I
Stt l.p o.rate: per year ....2.00 at various places in the state. Tim-.j I platform and listens to 'em.very PAUL BEAM. I
.| long will sure get an awful "I" lash- H. L. DELANEY. I
OntsUe of State of Florida ._...$2.50. ber, game, beauty, crops are a few of i jin'. The big "I-DEAR" in mostof (Paid Political advertisement) (Paid Political advertisement)
Florida's products to fall before the I
I the talks I've heard seem to be ,
I onslaught of fires. A new slant on,
Advertising. rates furnished on application -. the harmfulness of fires Is shown in''I the "I".
And the birds
that are thumbln'
: i an article appearing in a recent issue -.. i
i their way to the Governor's chairain't i r ',H.&Y9 i47r
yy7 7YJr
Pter
of the American Bee Magazine.I A. HARDEE
nothln' more or less than "I" CARY
.Baie office Clewiston News,, One of the staff writers had just !specialists.
Boy, they'll "Aye. Aye"
Clewinton Florida. Editorial and I made a visit to Florida- and recordsit I I you like a sailor. Candidate for

Advertising: same as follows: And if they do half of the things

I "The Field. Editor, after a long I they say they will, why I don't GovernorBelieves

Telephone 339 trip through the state of Florida, no sense at all, in electln' anybodyto \

was much impressed with the possi- the Legislature. The gubernatorial

bilities of that state for honey pro-I candidates may act and talk In Progress ,. F ti J \

FOOLISH KING TUT. duction. He found, however, in 1 i like Santa Claus, but just between Without Extravagance a ;h I

Are You One? many places that the industry is go-;I you and me, it's the Legislature that

ing backward because of the general i I wears the White Whiskers. and Not Strong on Promises-

King Tut figured everything practice of burning over the woods:I guy we elect for governor will Strong On Performance f' ,; '

would be safe. All his diamonds and I every few months. Many beekeepers : to hang up his little stocking, just

Jewola (Including his wife) he reported that splendid localities had II like the rest of us.' Of course During his administration he .y ry5r J4

stipulated In his will, should be been .ruined by: fire and the bee- always writes a letter to old St. Nick ,f
will not be a candidate for r z44 ,
sealed up in his tomb; and nobody keepers, compelled to move their askin' for this and that, but askin' .__.

waa to know where the stuff was bees. In some cases the apiarieswere I' and. gettin' is two birds of a different any political office. '-L

b rled. And they .wouldn't have if burned along with the pasture. suit of feathers. -

some curious archeologists hadn't "Florida has a greater variety of I You folks can go and get allI HeMadeGoodThenloSlHe ;

got. to peeking around-and let the natural honey source than any state I mesmerized and flam-dooled

cat out Ct., the bag. in America, unless possibly it be .1 this governor'ss race if you want to will make good again .

California. Gallberry, saw palmetto. -,but if you take my advice you'll do

Foolish King Tut. BUT rememberthat cabbage palmetto, tupelo and I!your free-thinkin'; and deep cogitatin'
Tut king. It was his ----
King was -
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mangrove all produce honey in large!! on the problem of electin'
In those days (Paid Political Advertisement)
property..and even
I I senators and representatives. They-
quantity under favorable conditions.i
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the"'king could do no wrong. Gallberry and palmetto locations are 're the boys and girls that's .

Today every American is king in]burned over so often that it is impossible -I do the sure-enough whip crackin' PROCLAMATION I f LV: Y J.

his own home........at least he is supposed I Tallahassee next .' TO THE CITIZENS AND FREEHOLD.ERS -
to estimate the losses that year.Accordin'
. to be; and if we want to bury I OF CLEWISTON. GREETINGS:
result. to the rules we're playin' PROGRAMGLADES
our monfey-that's our business. WHEREAS: One of the City Com-
under now, it's the "Ayes" missioners of the City of Clewistonhas
"It was interesting to note the ef-
it Let's look at
after all IS ?
But, the Legislature and not the "I's" on tendered his resignation with the
Tut'n own land of Egypt. Tut HID fect of these fires on the visiting Ii request that such resignation become THEATRE
the that count and bet-
instead of SPENDING it tourists. Formerly the lumber in-I stump you effective April 1, 1932, and
his '
'money most ter make darn sure what kind WHEREAS: The City Charter of
on Irrigation and waterwaysinstead dustry was the important I Ayes, the senator or representativesfrom the City of Clewiston provides for the MOORE HAVEN
of INVESTING IT IN HIS source of income to the state. Now appointment by the City Commissionof
your section are apt to be, a new member to fill his unexpiredterm
COUNTRY'S FUTURE. And look that the forests have been cut, the *
ending September 30. 1933. if,
makin' when they get away from as
at Egypt 'now.Scattered fires destroy the. stand of young home before do votin' and when his resignation is accepted, Friday-Saturday, March 18-19
timber and remove the possibility of you any andWHEREAS
throughout America today similar prosperity for the next gen- And it might not be a bad ideato : The City Commission as "The Lightning Flyer," a, mile-a- I
are thousands of modern King take 'em around to the old pasturelot provided by statute, is desirous of
eration from the same source. filling such vacancy as may occur at minute railroad drama, packed with
Tuts. Folks who don't realize that Tourists are the most important ,and let the mare give 'em this time by the appointment by the
hidden, IDLE money can cripple the and lesson or two in "Neighin" you know: City Commission of a representative thrills and suspense. Also Krazy
source of income now, they are
property tax
progress of a great nation-can, if being frightened away by the fires. there'll probably be more than citizen of owner Clewiston from payer among and |the or Kat cartoon.

carried on long enough, DESTROY They are afraid to invest their opportunity for a guy to rear up on THREE receiving the greatest num-'

THE VERY. SAFETY THEY ARE i money in Florida property becauseof his hind legs and let out a first class ber ,of and endorsements of all such citizens *

time mil- NAY. Tuesday-Wednesday, March 2223."HedlrtBreak" .
SEEKING. At the
same
the constant danger of fire and 'VHEREASIt is deemed expedient

lions awakening! to this fact-] think of California as a winter play- Of course there'll be plenty of t'I in in the order to determine your pleasure featuring Charles ,, i
and have acted. They are pouring eager vocal instructions hangin' premises to hold an advisory- -<:
ground instead. preferential caucus by ballot. Farrell. Madge Evans and Hardie 'N'i/. r
their hidden money back into circu- around the lobby up there in Talla- NOW THEREFORE: I, F. Deane
luticxa 'at' the rate of millions of dollars "The beekeepers' protest is un- hassee ready to give FREE lessonsto Duff. Mayor.. City of ClewIs ton, pro- Albright. A romantic, glamorous
noticed, but it is evident that the claim March 21, 22, 23 and 24 Regis-
a d.ay.Behind. winter visitor will have something your boy friends, tellin' 'em just tration Days for the citizens of Clew- drama of war times. This show is
what to say and when to say it, butif iston at which time the registration
this new wave of confi- to say that will be noticed. If he books will open at the City Hall daily given as a benefit for High School.
dence stands the might of the United I transfers his affections to cali-! I were you, I'd make 'em do plenty from 9:00 A.. M. to 6:00 P. M., and of Moore: Haven.
,of "Home Work" and be sure they from 7:30 P. M., to 9:00 P. M., and
States government. Through legis- fornia because of the fire menace] knew their lesson before I'd let 'em March: 29, 1932 as Caucus Day on which Buy your tickets from the students,
lative and executive action, the and the fact that blackened stumps data a voting booth, ballot box and

government has helped us to help and exposed sand are not attractive I' (Continued on Pace 4) .,_ blank Hopkins ballots Building will opposite bo provided the in Clew-the *

ourselves. And we'll be helping scenery. This will soon draw the attention iston Post Office, from 1-30 P. M.,
ourselves and neighbors too, whether of the careless and indifferent to 7:00 P. M., supervised by inspectors Friday-Saturday: March 2526.
I Political AnnouncementsFOR apopinted by the City Commission and
we put'our money back in banks who are unmindful of the real1! I The qualifications of persons en- "A Dangerous Affair" with Jack
inlo sound securities, or buy wit'hthem sentiment of the community." I titled to vote shall include all white
the needed things we've been I persons over the ape of twenty-one, Holt, Ralph Graves and Sally Blane.
-o years who have resided in the States'!
hankering for so long. No matter THE WORLD'S BEATEN PATH REPRESENTATIVE of Florida for twelve months and in'' Deep mystery, haurrted house, spooks,

how your money gets back into circulation I iston the area for comprising six months the and City who of registeron Clew- I crooks. and 'a delightful love story.

it will stimulate credit, turn I hereby announce my candidacy
With the recent death of Ivar the registration days specified herein Also animated Silly Symphony.
business wheels, speed Prosperity.And for re-election as Representative and _
Kreuger, the world is again re- from Hendry County in the state FURTHER: It is proclaimed the civic Coming: "Yellow Ticket," "Am-
for the.King Tuts, who minded of that-bit of philosophy:1 duty of all such qualified citizens in '"
i i Legislature: .subject to the Demo- Clewiston to vote In such advisory preferential bassador Bill," "Over the Hill.
haven't the light-poor which in substance that if
seen new says you
cratic Primary, June 7, 1931. caucus by WRITING IN THE *
timid souls. Even they can do their make a better mouse trap the world I NAMES OF THREE QUALIFIED CIT-
I If re-elected I will continue to IZENS
bit toward better times and also will tread a beaten path to your, on such ballots as their en- Admission prices: Adults Soc;:
work for the best interest of the dorsement of such to the City Commission -
know that their money is even safer door. respectively. Children 15c
entire county I have done in
zys DONE AND ORDERED at Clewiston
than when It was in hiding. For
Perhaps Kreuger did not make '
the past. this 7th day of March. 1932.
they: can now buy U. S. Reconstruction the best match in the world, but he Your vote and support will be appreciated F. D. DUFF 2M 4t i W-Ei. '
bonds, issued by Uncle Sam. did advertise his product and ar- :Mayor.

While these bonds only yield 2 percent range for its distribution. He went ELBERT L. STEWART. i

the.United they're States every government bit as safe it-as were into foreign in need countries of funds and when in return they (Paid Political Advertisement) IY.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:

eif. for loans of staggering sums, he FOR REPRESENTATIVETo ?

-FRANK KNOX. was ganted match monopolies in
Chairman, Citizens Reconstruction those: countries. The people paid I the People of Hendry County: :: 5:
I At the request of a large number
Organization for' the loan made their governments i t
of citizens from every section of
-0-- In times of need, and yet the I t
Hendry county; I hereby announce
WHY: HINDENBURG? Sweedish match king did not place
myself a candidate for Representative -
-- monopolistic prices on his product.
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from Hendry County, in the -----------------7
What difference does' it make But he did get volumn of distribu- I
next Legislature subject to the action Y
whether Hindenburg or Hitler or
tion; sell his products; and was Y
either of the, other German candi- counted as one of the world's rich 1. of the June Democratic Primary. Moderate Green Fees :
dates win out in Germany's elections est men. Realizing that the best results can f=: ::

We have troubles enough of ', only be obtained by the Representative -
Then came the depression. He and State Senator Exceptional Fairways :
our own. We do not have to go to I I cooperating, V ::
began to worry, not for himself but V
I shall
cooperate to the fullest extent
torn Germany for ,
"Germany-war orry. We,have enough of our own. for his investors, who had cast their I with our State Senator for the i Interesting Grass Greens ::1:
financial I
1 lot with him. Those who best interest of the entire county. I
As we picture the economically 1 had let him have their money for investing -I invite careful comparison of Y

shaken Germany, with its 44 million I ; those who were looking to;''i record a in the 1929 Legislature with my .. $ -. ."'1..:'] )( "'" :1'2,";',-=.r ;"--). Y.t

voters anxious for some kind of : him as a financial leader to pay" that of my successor. :: r ""'. :s:

government that will bring peace and them a return on the use of their I S
Your vote and Influence will be
prosperity out, of chaos. we see the money. His worry became const j appreciated. :i: The Most PopularRecreation _:;:
iron character of Hindenburg, that
ant. His health was ,affected, and LOUIS O. GRAVELY. Y
tern' old war general, pitted against .. : ,,. s
with the tearing down of resistance
(Paid Political Ah"crtillementFOR
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the nervous. Hitler, whose theoriesof I in his body, so he tore down the :_: Center' :!: \ '

business attract the excited peo- resistence in his mind. Finally he CONSTABLE .s.s.. r:.

ple. We see von Hlndenburg as the I was no longer able to face the situation In Clewiston -
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circles has been To the Voters of District One: ;
man who in many which even he admitted was

credited with provoking the world I not permanent, and so in his hotel; I re-election"hereby announce constable my candidacyfor for the y y J Xy :

war. It. was he who led his people room In Paris, after a financial :
i First District of Hendry county.If .t :e';:,:""""' '' 1-7' '';;''''''r. :::
against his country's enemies. It conference, he fired a fatal bullet y
re-elected to this office I will
was his brilliant mind that plannedthe Into his body. y
I
continue to in the
serve you same
strategies against our army. But In his life he amassed a fortune I efficient manner I have given in

We 'seo Adolf Hitler fiery orator and built up a financial empire 1 the past, and shall always work for I Clewiston Go f Course

urging the 44 million German voterso : of the small country of Sweeden. I the best Interests of Hendry county.I A
overthrow the present : Sven is the
: government though Kreuger gone will appreciate your vote and

> and try a change. His government I.Sweedish match is likely to remain support, A*

it 'was claimed to the people, for years as a memorial tQ his efforts E. B.BUTLER. Y

'Would cur the national ills and success (raid I'olUlcu Advertisement! ) >:":";" :":--:":--:":--:":-:":":":";":":":":KK":":":":"xXKKK"x"X"XMX"x"x..x*X'Aaa





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H. A. Bestor, Mrs. Esther Ryan, SCHOOL PERSONALS -

Mrs. E. L. Stewart, Mrs. W. C. r--O-

Personal Mention l Hooker, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, Mrs.E. Dorothy Hare is back in school

H. Digges. and Miss Marion after a week's absence. THE 1 1Editor I
J BLUE and WHITE
Leydig. Mrs. H. A. Bestor held high 'BAGJX.GJ(
Halston
score and was presented with a Avant, Edwin Ward, Van
VW Gene Blair of Pahokee, was a::
Bush
Saturday visitor here. novelty mammy doll, second prize, and Herbert Halter motored to
Pahokee to the show Sunday night.
won by Mrs. George Augur, was a

L. C. small doll dressed in the same in Chief Mary Louise Oglesby I nation than '
Sturges spent Sunday after Katherine Wiandt motored to I ever. .

noon in Palm Beach. manner. Refreshments consisted of Moore Haven ,Saturday night to the Assistant Editor .......Halson Avant I Girls enjoy basketball, even though
chicken salad, biscuits and coffee.
Mrs. movies. Assistant Editor ........Mae Lily Stone they do come up against some pretty
.' Mr. and Mrs. T. V. Watson spent Wallace was assisted in servingby 1 tough breaks sometimes. It's well
Mrs. Hare.ENTERTAIN Sports Editor ..........Richard Bestor
:Monday touring the west coast. Elva Alston motored to Belle Glade worth the sacrifice and m-\t
L ; Sports Editor ................Evelyn Hare i year
Sunday afternoon. when the whistle sounds there will
FOR YOUNG Humor Editor .............Usler Mathis I
F. K. Foster spent the week-end l be a hundred per cent force, fighting
VISITORS HERE Social Editor .::.............Betty Spicer
:In Everglades, visiting his family. Thelma Guthrie attended the for Clewiston High. And we ,are going
: ... Cartoonist ....................Anne Mathia I
movies in Pahokee Sunday night. I to bring home the Tri-county
.' l Business Manager ..._....Roy Greei.
i : ] Sunny Boy Vaughn entertained LaBelle'won
Glen Allsup, of Lake Wales, was I i trophy, which this
.r" here recently on a business visit. Thursday afternoon at his home for Mildred Brantley was among the --- year

i ::.: : ....--- Jerry and Junior Ryan, sons of Mrs. Clewiston High students attendingthe I

I T.1: :,. : J. C. Phillips, of Pahokee, spent Esther Ryan, sister of Mrs. H. A. show in Pahokee Sunday night. REGULARITY OF HABITS FACTORIN CHAPEL PROGRAMLast
j :'. Bestor. The guests were Misses HEALTH AND GROWTHIn I
,; : several days; here, transacting busi
Janice Winn. Nora and Julia Ann Mrs. R. M. Hare, Miss Jeanette
I the first
ness. Friday graders,
, '
! i Oglgsby, Marjory Doughterty, Em- Morgan, Betty Spicer, Miss Jamye order to be healthy it is neces- I coached by Miss Mae Drew, gave a

I -- Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Redelshelinerjwere 'mio Lou Keller, Cherita Keller, Williams and Bobby Hare attendedthe sary to practice being regular in our very interesting program:

d! Tuesday 'visitors in Palm'Nancy Wright, Mary Louise Thomas, show in Pahokee Sunday after- habits, which benefit our bodies. After the song "Come Thou Almighty -

o I Beach. I Anne Pafford. 'Lois and Barbara noon. Growing children and school child- King" by the entire -assembly

'I" .... --- Tidwell, Millie Bourne, and Messrs. Halston Avant and Merrell Lowe ren should, by all means, practice I Mr. Langford gave the Bible

..<. Dr. and Mrs. S. J. Simmons at, Jack and Joe Winn, Buddy Dough- were visitors in Moore Haven Sat- this.One I reading and then the assembly
i terty, Harry Keller, Billy Redel- of the first things that we
:: .: tended the Theatre in Pahokee Monday urday afternoon. joined in on a prayer .
,I evening I sheimer, Junior Mills, Dickie and think of as an important agent for The first grade gave a little sketch

.1 II .,;.;. ..." i Bobby Patterson, Richard and Betty Spicer was the guest of our physical development is food, entitled "The Telephone," which

'i '. ': )\rs.' Frank Hancock of Lake I George Bestor, Elbert Hooker, Jer- Mary Bush at a delicious waffle din-. but it takes more than the right was followed by "Toadstools," by

; f'" Worth, visited Mr. Hancock here jry i and Junior Ryan. The honor ner Saturday'evening.. kind of food to insure health and :Elbert Hooker. The class then

> ".last week end. I guests, Jerry and Junior, were presented growth. Besides proper food isn't I'sung "Way Down in Old Virginny."

' with booksPrizes were William Hooks was among the very benificial unless taken at regular -i Another sketch entitled "Holland

;a 1 i '... .. Mr. and Mrs. Van Cothern left given for contests., Clewiston High pupils in Moore hours. Those of us who have(i Maids" was given by six little first

;,. Tuesday for Moore Haven, where Miss Louise Waldron and Miss Haven Sunday night. our meals at regular hours are, i grade girls. Three little songs,

t I .they will reside. Sisko Salmi, and Miss Mary Evans II generally speaking, more healthy I The Violet," "The Sleepyhead"and

-/n--:.:." ---.- motored to Arcadia Saturday. Miss J. M Lee AnnouncesIn than those who eat at any and all : "The Spider" followed., All

Miss Frances Munroe and Campbell Waldron and Miss Salmi spent the times of the day. 'sung by the first grade. .

Nail were Sunday visitors in week end, and returned Monday. By eating ,at regular times we do I[ A play, '"The Reformation of

West Palm Beach. Roy Shaw, former resident of Comptroller Race not tax our digestive systems as I Bobby" was given by several boys

,. Clewiston was a business visitor much as If we ate at irregular inter lof the first grade. and .then a song

Dr. and Mrs. H. C. Hamblin, of the here Saturday. AVON PARK,March 16.-J. M. vals. Although it is hard to have "Felix, the Cat" by several boys and

state laboratory at Tampa, were. Lee, ,Avon Park, for six years High meals at regular hours we would be girls of the class.
I recent visitors here. )t :'k 1- lands county's representative in the greatly benefitted if we would start Before the final announcementsby

: legislature and attorney for the practicing eating at some definite Mr. Langford the assembly sung
J i iI
I Miss Frances Tippey and Glen BAGASSE Highlands County Board of Com- regular time. "Capital Ships."

Sears attended the theatre in Pa- t missioners, announced today his Sleep helps us to keep healthy and

hokee Monday evening. I candidacy for the Democratic nomi- to grow. If we have at least eight EVELYN HARE ENTERTAINSWITH
. t-t( -fJ :<<
f hours of sound sleep at night we are
-o- nation for Comptroller. IMPROMPTU PARTY

Miss Lora Dobbs, Frank Cothern 1 1 Miss Spring was forced to take a Giving out his platform. Mr. Lee alert the next morning and ready to

and Jack Barnes of LaBelle. were'' back seat in the Everglades early stressed economies possible througha start the day right, but when we Evelyn Hare entertained with an

, visitors here Sunday. j this week 'and let Old Man Winter greater service to the counties and miss our usual quota of sleep we I impromptu party at her home Saturday -

'have a fling at acres of Glades vege- county officers, and a closer contact usually feel sulky and are not real- I night. After several progres-.

Mr. and Mrs. Van Cothern spent tables.t; The Old Man took his fling between the comptroller's office and ly fitted to do the tasks that will I sions of bridge were played. delicious -

'. the week end in LaBelle, visiting and with him brought his young the county officials.Mr. be placed before us for the day. i refreshments of hot chocolate

-; Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Pape. ;under-study J. Frost, Esq.., for whom Lee who served as member of Who does not think that regular ;sandwiches followed by gelatine and

none of us have any love., the county commission of Irwin exercise Is important to our growth cookies was served. .

I Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Allahands. of I This young up-start, Frost, made county, Georgia, prior to. coming to and health? Some might say that Those attending were: Betty

;: : Fort Myers, are spending the weekin away with between 40 and sixty Florida in 1923, was also county they don't' take any exercise, but Spicer, Mary Louise Oglesby, Mary

Clewiston visiting friends. I cars of tomatoes from a 200 acre ordinary In that county a post they do' In some way because every ,Bush, Laddie Wallace, Alden Wallace -
one no matter what position he
patch of lake bottom land Sunday similar to the county and probate I and Tommy Hooks. '
H. Hanover and H. H. Keller fills in life, takes some kind of
I S. night. But he was not particular judges of Florida.
exercise. The best to tell I
were business visitors for several where he cast his icy affection. Not The first plank of Mr. Lee's, plat way
SALESMEN WANTED Men wanted
whether exercise
regular is important -
days of the past week in Miami. only did this section suffer but form pledges there will be no rela-
is to take a new kind of exercise to establish and conduct Raw-
throughout the middle of the state tives in the comptroller's office if
' Miss Eleanor Wintle the one day, and leave it off the next. leigh City business in Cities of Palm
spent young vegetable plants withered he is elected. and also pledges the
end in Fort her You will see that new muscles are Beach, Boynton Beach, Del Ray
week Myers, visiting ]and lost their fruitfulness., closest possible supervision of banks
AIr and Mrs. A. R. Wintle. brought into play-and you will be and Stuart. Reliable hustler can
parents,
(Personal to J. Frost: You can with first attention directed toward
able to locate the newly exercised start earning $35 weekly and increase -
now lay off the Everglades. You the safety of the depositor's money.
\ muscles. Try it.. rapidly. Write immediately
Williamson left the latter
i Harry are un-wanted. Get.) Mr. Lee also states he will havea '
,part of the week for New Orleans, 0-0-0 constructive plan to lay before the Rawleigh Co., Dept. FA-83-V, Memphis

.I after a two month's stay in Clewis- Bob Ripley, of Believe it or not next. legislature for safeguarding the SPORTS Tenn. "',
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ton. fame, digs this advertisement out ofa depositor's funds in banks.-at the
, (By Evelyn Hare
Dallas, Texas newspaper of July same time affording a greater protection -
Miss Frances Miss Jean- The game with Pahokee on March I .
Tippey, I 1931: "WANTED-Good soaking to the banks themselves. 666.
4th marked the close of the basket .
nette Morgan, Glenn Sears and Har-I rain In north and east Texas. with There is one pertinent plank in
ball season for the girls.' This wasa
ry Peters motored to Belle Glade tin next 24 or 48 hours." He then the platform, which as a whole is
good ending in that the girls came LIQUID TABLETS SALVE
Friday relates that in 36 hours after the directed to specific items, and that
cloudburst I home victorious. When basketball 606 Liquid Tablets used internally
or
advertisement appeared a plank pledges the people of any and -
James Rumley, J. M. Carey Fred occured in the territory. every county that if Mr. Lee is season is over, it doesn't seem that and 666 Salve externally, make a

Lorraine and George Weston left elected Comptroller,. they won't haveto the girls have much to look forwardto complete and- effective treatment for
o-o-o in the way of sports, but we will Colds.
Wednesday for Jacksonville where Fort Myers may brag of its Athletics chase} him to Tallahassee to examine -
be waiting patiently until the next
.they have been transferred. Avon Park may shout the his official acts nor to in- Most Speedy Remedies KnownAsk
and then will burst forth
I season we
praises of the House of David, St. vestigate his office or its workings."I I and Your Druggist for ParticularsgKM '
i Miss Kline, of West Palm with more enthusiasm determi
Mary I Petersurg may make all the hulla- will voluntarily appear before any
'\ Beach has accepted a position with baloo over the Yankees, but Clewis- legally constituted inquisitorial bodyin

, the United States Sugar Corporation,I ton will again organize the "Cane the state of Florida whenever I ****.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:":":":":":..:":":":":":.:":":":":":":":":":":":":":.

'! and is residing at the Clewiston Inn. Breakers" to do battle with baseball am requested," he told newspapermen .

I clouters in this section. In fact the in making his announcement. V Now Your Chickens Cows Horses etc. can :i=
A. W. Sias was a week end visitorin organization has been completed. V ,

Homestead and Miami last week. Charlie Miner was named business -... -

... Casey Jones. was a Thursday visi- manager at. a meeting at the Clewiston UP TO A STANDARD I_ "PUT ON THE FEED BAG" i1

.. tor in Miami. Inn last Thursday night, and -0--

Ed Butler chosen as field managerfor Barber work at this shop is up **

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Augur left the annual ball tosser collection. to a standard with, care and atten- ':i= AT LESS EXPENSE ::

the early part of the week for their I When the organization was just tion paid every customer.Let v -

home in West Haven, Conn., after I getting under way, someone pipes up us do jour barber work. :
'AND HOW :
spending the past week visiting Mr. about money to finance the thing. REASONABLE PRICE _.

and Mrs. George Augur here. and Charlie gives his ever-ready reply .- SANITARY SHOP Y = :--
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"Don't I Know it? Let's have 0-
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+ JUST LOOK OVER THESE PRICES AND SEND US :.
MrsEsther Ryan and two sons: a d .nce. And so a dance was held ._: AN ORDER ti.x !.

"" Jerry and Junior, left Monday afternoon i I Wednesday night to start the ball Nolon B. ConnerAlston \ 1

-,! for St. Paul, after visiting in' game. And was it a success? Just Building Milk-Flo Dairy Feed or Bon Air Horse and Mule $1.95 :VT

Clewiston several weeks as.the. ;ask those present. Clewiston Florida L (The taste tells--ask the man who owns one) V

guests of Mrs. Ryan's sister, Mrs.! o-o-o s.: Cottonseed Meal .._S1.7S-C. S. Hulls__ .9:>-Bran 1.60 V
I Politics is funny Just .. --><:. X
H A. Bestor. a game. as
Shorts.$1.75-Corn _$1.65 Oats2.00 Mules .
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soon as the weather begins to get ---
,. cry for them.) ::
:, cold, politics warm up.
\ Recent registrations the Watanabe
at NOTICE OF SPECIAL MASTER'S
Hotel include L. O- Gravely, 0-0-0 SALE :!: SPECIALS FOR CHICKENS: (Old Hens Too) 1:

\ '.? of LaBelle, Mr. and Mrs. T. 'W. Nessand Up in Madison a man owns a four- Stefolife, Laying Mash ............................._..._$2.85

Florence and Gertrude Ness, of, legged pig that has eight feet. That Notice Is hereby given that under ::: Stafolife, Scratch _............__..._....._................ 2.25 :
Fort Myers and Newton Hills, Mass., ought to help the pickled pig feet and by virtue of Final Decree enteredIn .;. Stafolife Chick Starter 25 Ibs__ ................_........ .95 ;
that certain cause pending In the
Mr. and Mrs. F. L- Wade of TampaJohn business in that neck of the woods Circuit Court of Hendry County. Florida :+: Sunrise, Scratch _...--....-.-............_..............2.10 vr

V. Oliver, of Rockford, Mich.. o wherein Clewiston Home Building .V. a t
Association is Plaintiff and Louis A.
A. C. Derby, of Little Falls, N. J.. J. Morgan and others are Defendants, I
C. Wagen,. of West Palm Beach, M. Now is Buying Time, I I I will offer for sale and sell to the high- 'i' 1VE DELIVER I Ii::
est and best bidder for cash at the -s.
L. Martin, of Tampa. and J. R.
front door of the Court House at La- V
1f).& Smith, of Tampa. Says Roger Babson"This { Bell', Hendry County. Florida, on
:Monday, the 4th day of April A. D.
.J .1 11932, during the legal hours for sale LAKE{ SHORE SUPPLY GOMPANVi
MRS. WALLACE ENTERTAINSAT is the time to buy," said the following described property lying ;
and being in Hendry County Florida
JIAUD TIMES PARTY Roger W. Babson in the Scenic to-wit: == :
i South Bay Florida ::
Highlands Business Conference last Lot Four (4) In Block three hundred ,
Mrs. G. O. Wallace was hostess at week. "not because of the politicalpallfatives sixty nine (369) fronting Sagamore V LV
Avenue according to the General Plan V
a "hard 'times" bridge, Thursday that have been passed to of Clewiston Florida recorded In the FEEDS
afternoon, at her home on VentuiaAvenue. help a retuurn to prosperity, but be-' Public Records of Hendry County V
Florida Plat Book 2, at Pages 7 to 14 V SEEDS
Guests 'included Mr I..
> cause there, has been a change in inclusive. Y .
M. Pafford, Mrs. W. F. Simpson,, the hearts and minds of the people; Said nroperty will be sold in acord- _.s'. INSECTICIDES .i-.
J i Mrs. A. A. Munroe. Mrs. J. E. Earle,, in the conscience of business men., anco with and to satisfy said Decree. + FERTILIZERS -i iu .

S\, Mrs G. T. Augur, Mrs F. J.: Haggan, The piling up of idle funds-backed 15. A.BALES :: CRATE MATERIALS :::
Special Master In Chancery.
Mrs. V. H. McCarter, Mrs. R. M,. by this change for the better in the :: AND IMPLEMENTS : :
Hare, Mrs. D. G. Alston Mrs. F. M. : j. M. COUSE
character of the people, will result Solicitor for Plaintiff.
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I Wright, Mrs. J, E. Beardsley, Mrs. In a. spectacular cQl11eba" I'l:March 41118.25 Apr. 1, *.:;-.x-:..:K.HM i'.*<'****< '"+>'>>: w-..... -..:+).. -.: : :



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sister, :Mary the wife of Cleophas,I kogee family, and It Is importantto I EXCESSIVE WEAI/TII OR FAME his place on the ferry that each must

'eiooIeon ]r and Mary Magdalene When Jesus note the double "e" ending of ride when his travels bring him fin-

therefore: saw his mother, and the the word Muskogee; the present j Not until a destresslng sorrow ally to the river Styx.

disciple standing by, whom he loved, Seminoles were of the Muskogee such as has come to the Lindbergh The family of common extraction

he saith unto his mother, Woman, group, Seminole moaning "seceder"in family, emphasizes the penalties of glories in its children. The mother,
behold thy son! Then saith he to the Muskogee language. The wealth or fame, do many of the aver- through constant contact observes '

---.- the disciple, Behold thy mother! i sound representing the double e age Americans stop to consider their of .
progress.
each increasing grasp
FOR MARCH 20, 1932 And from that hour that disciple always implies water in some form; true position, their true happinessand I She is, thrilled to the core when the

SUBJECT: Jesus dies on the took her unto his own home.".thus the Creek Indians, another I their true content.In first tooth peeps through tender

Cross. While hanging on the cross Jesus':branch of the Muskogee group. I city slums and far-distant flesh, and her ecstasy knows no r

GOLDEN TEXT: "Christ died foi said, "I thirst" and the soldiers, The name Carlos having been farms, plain, tired, unimaginative bounds when the Infant makes its

our sins according to the scriptures.", gave him vinegar to quench his given to the river, the Indians I mothers have clasped to their bosoma first clumsy attempt to crawl across

1 Cor. 15:3.LESSON thirst. I adopted the name and dirty-faced. runny-nosed infant, the room. She works patiently at

TEXT: John 19:17-22; "When Jesus therefore had re- word that meant river, making it and mentally thanked a--divine provi- eve with the young student's first

25-30. ceived the vinegar, he said, It Is Carlos hatchee. or Carlos river, and dence that they are not passing lesson, and glories when recognitioncomes

TOPIC-Why Christ died; Cen finished; and he bowed his head when the sound of the r was drop- through the torment of mind and to her child for work well

tral truth-The sacrifice Is made and gave up the ghost" You might ped, the word was Caloosahatchee. body that the mother of Baby done.

and our salvation depends upon our ask, why did Christ die? And what i;j i "Caloosahatchee river" is tautology, Lindbergh is suffering. Fathers have She watches constantly to ward
faith and acceptance. effect does his death have on your I for it is a needless use of tho word laid aside their evening papers to
!' off danger, but seldom gives a
TIME AND PLACE: April 7, A. life and welfare? While Jesus suf-!river.-Everglades News. gaze fondly upon their young and thought to fear the criminal who,

D. 30; at Jerusalem.INTRODUCTION fered as a substitute for us, yet lie acknowledge the blessing of con- the
would steal her child, secure in *
: "After the last suffered the full penalty of sin. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY tentment that ordinary circumstanceshas safety of comparative meager means.,

supper our Lord led his little bandof While on the cross Jesus cried "My -- given them, and contrast the
eleven followers through the I God My God, Why hast thou for- (Continued from Page Two) dally fear and dread which wealthyor Perhaps it is these facts that
the sympathy for the parents,
eastern wall of Jerusalem, down into saken me?" go and tell 'em to stay away from famous men must consider with make

the deep valley of the Kidron, across f those private tutors. If you let 'em every waking hour. of Baby Lindbergh so genuine and'
I this is why
sincere. Perhaps
the bridge. and up the western slopeof HOOVER REQUESTS FUNDS get too chummy with some of those Great riches, after all, are not so
have arisen so spontaneouslyfor
the Mount of Olives to an olive TO CONTINUE EMPLOYMENT: j! lobby-lizzards, first thing you knowthey'll an unmixed blessing. I prayers the recovery of the child, and
orchard, named Gethsemane, which be wntin' home for more The prayers of millions of the
I the comfort of the parents.
means 'an oil press/ and was a i (Continued Prom I'iijje 1) I spendln' money. comparatively poor have arisen for

favorite resort of the disciples, and I rivers and harbors work." I II this great American family whose Wealth and fame are properly
is one of the most moving and im- would And now it turns out that what's uncountable wealth cannot bring the-goal for every thoughtful person.
Such
a course imply no increase -
spiring spots In the world. Eight of I the matter with this country is that back to them their child. But envy of the rich and famous
in the
his disciples were bidden by Jesusto I tures. contemplated expendi-j we're a lot of cock-eyed mizers. We The richest man in the world, suf-I should not be In the heart of any

tarry on ,the outskirts of the been tellln' each other Scotch jokes fering pain from illness, or, at last I man who does not, at the same time.
Secretary Hurley of the war department until we've reached the that consider the unescapable penalties,
garden, white the three disciples point we coming face to face with that great I
closest to him, Peter James and in a statement, accompanying think more of a nickel than we do leveler, death, cannot use his entire nor who does not pause frequently,

John, went with him a little deeper the president's message said: our right eye.-We been kiddin' ourselves fortune to hire another man to suf- to appreciate the blessings that arc

into the shade of the trees, and "Anticipating the passage of the :! that it was people that was fer his aches and pains nor to take his in his daily life.-Clermottt.Press

were bidden by Christ to wait there war department appropriation bill/ unemployed and now we find out,

while he went further into the before April this year contracts con- it's the DOLLARS that have been .

orchard for solitary prayer. There tingent upon this appropriation have I walkin'the streets and lookin' for I

our Lord, begged the Father to been entered into and contractors somethin' to do. But why shouldMr.

spare him the terrible ordeal, addingthe have engaged labor and material to Hoover and Mr. Knox pick on I

words that should accompany all proceed with the work. I.[one hundred and twenty million

our petitions, 'Never-the-less not my people about it it sure ain't the BUILDERS

will. but thine, be done.' I EVERGLADES AREA CALLED ]I HORDE that's doin' the hordin'.

The force which Judas brought FLORIDA'S GOLD MINE:Most of us would be able to give

with him to arrest Jesus carried I!I ian HONEST dollar plenty to do,-if

torches to pierce the shadows of the.I (Continued from Page One) |[,.we knew where to find one. They WANTED
I tell us we ought to put our moneyin
olive-trees. That force consisted of. ;
proving. He thinks that the return j
Roman soldiers, together with some 1 to normalcy is now evident, and' a bank Instead of in our sock, but I
of the temple police furnished by a lot of folks got socked so hard
bases his views not only from his i

the Sanhedrin. Jesus surrendered own operations but from contacts!j;'doin' just that, thet they've decidedto I : ; ; : ,: .,... ', ; ::" ; <:: "
quit anything until somebody '
himself, asking only the freedom of with other business executives. Ho!'
his disciple. Christ was taken away reported that collections in his company finds a way to keep the banks open
bound, all of the disciples forsakinghim instead of closed for the protectionof
were much better since the first I -
depositors. If some of our bank-
and fleeing. Substantial inducements
of the year, expressing the opinion I are
ers hadn't been such punk paper-
Annas was still regarded by the
; that
such a state of affairs is a good
Jews as their high priest, thoughthe index on the general ituatiofa.) -1 boys, they wouldn't be all gummed
Romans had deposed him and Jacksonville Times-Union. up like this with their circulation. A I offered to relieve the acute

put in his place Caiauhas, the high good bank is a needed institution in

priest 'that year,' who was his son- every community and most folks rea- .

in-law. Immediately after his ar- Says Crazy Prince lize that, only a lot of us are puzzledas housing shortage now prevailing -

rest (it was about midnight), our to just how to tell which ones

Lord was taken before this Annas. Was Responsible for are GOOD. in Clewiston
*
The examination before Annas was

brief, seeking to draw Christ into Caloosahatchee Aa/ne And some of you candidates

some damaging statement of his would like tn add to your popularity,

teachings. you might fry takin' a PAID "AD"
On the west side of Lake Okee- ,-
There in the If want to : ; ._ : .. .
seem to have been two trials newspapers. you ;
chobee is a river, about the name, : -' ',. .
before Caiaphas one a preliminary be successful in your run for offiCe ) : j ; ./ "
of which .: .
there .
discussion
is recurring : '
meeting with only a few members of and the American Eagle, a -run ,for the newspaper office. ) ,
the Sanhedrin present held in the
,
weekly newspaper at Estero in Lee It's illegal to fish with a bottlein THE -
night, and the other .
a meeting of the _
county, reopens the argument by if is illegal
]j Michigan. Wonder a jug -
full Council held
after sunrise in
quoting a book, Sprague's "Florida}] too.
order to give at least the color of War," published in 1848, in which]

legality to the decision already arrived the name is given as Carloshatchee.lJor ]WEN' WANTED to conduct world renowned CLEW ISTONCOMPANY

at. False witnesses were Carlos river, and not as Caloosa-, Raleigh Home Service business -
brought In, but their testimony
was
hatchee river.
The
Estero PHONE 102
in plain disagreement and paper in Charlotte County, cities of
Caiaphas I agrees with the view that the
rose from his seat, and. with theatrical -: name of the river or its proper I Palm Beach, Boynton Beach and : ADMINISTRATION: BUILDING CLEWISTON FLORIDA

solemnity, asked the question: name, was Carlos, citing the fact that I I! earning $35 weekly "and"increase
'I adjure thee by the living God that it empties into Carlos Bay, near' rapidly. Write immediaetly. I

thou tell us whether thou art the Carlos Pass Raleigh Co. Dept. FA-83-S Mem-
and
adjacent to Big n --- "- -
Christ the Son of God / '.1
With great phis Tennessee.
Carlos Island, now known as Estero
solemnity he answered in the affirm- Island. .
I ..
ative, that he was the Messiah and "
The Estero paper is right-no
the Son of God. -
Nothing more was doubt about it; the stream is Carlos

needed by his judges. They unani-I I river and not Caloosahatchee river. ;
mously pronounced him The
"Spanish grandee" from
blasphemy and worthy of death." I
whose name came the name of the MARCH 1931
Tho Jews then took Jesus before
river
on the west side of the Ever-
Pilate, the Roman who :
governor
glades was not "one of the early
tried to induce the high priests to / / '
explorers in these parts" however_ DATE"EXACTLY : '
agree to an acquital of Jesus. but as the Estero Eagle assumes. The. r. A SIGNIFICANT ,. .:

when they refused, Pilate "deliveredhim Don Carlos for whom the river, the ._\ ". ,r --tt

therefore unto them to be bay the pass and the island were .. .. lb
crucified. And they took Jesus, and ;o',.'. ,. ': J'r'.
named was prince of Asturias, born '. .'- -.-..
.
led him away. Then today's lesson I Iin I 1545 and died in 1568, the son *! : -'
begins.-"And he bearing his cross .: ::
of Philip II., kng of Span by his ,- -- .
went forth into a place called the first wife Maria, daughter of John : ,;-: .'(-:'. -'- ; -
I ; .
place of a skull, which is called in III., of Portugal. \; ? :):: .?
the Hebrew Golgotha: Where they
i Austurias was a principality of.
crucified him and two others with I Spain, created in 1888 by John I.

the him,midst.on either" side one. and Jesus in :of Leon and Castile when his eldest a year ago the News conducted a successful} '

'SOIl Henry married the daughter of
It was unlawful to kill any person the Duke of Lancaster. In 1560 Don subscription campaign, in which nary: new names were

within the city of Jerusalem, there- Carlos was recognized as heir to the added to our mailing list. '
fore they took Jesus outside the
city, throne of Castile, and three years
to a hill called Golgotha, (a skull). :later to that of Aragon, but his
Jesus was weak from exposure and mental derangement became acute: ., You have now been receiving the News for almost]

the Roman scourging, and fell be- and he was placed in confinement..I a year and, if you subscribed for only one year, your sub-
neath the
cross. Simon, a Greek He had not married
though Eliza- will -
scription soon expire.
Jew from
Africa was in the crowd beth, daughter of Henry II. of

cross and they for Jesus compelled(Luke him 23:26)to carry). the ;France him., was The arranged marriage for of his marriageto father You will want the paper to continue being sent to "


Jesus Those were who two thieves were crucified with and Elizabeth Is believed by some: you, so why not re-new now to prevent any delay in ex-
one of which
writers to have hastened his death. .
repented on the cross and asked Schiller and Lord John Russell and tending the date? .

Jesus to remember him, and (Luke .
others have made the relations be- .
,
23:43)) Jesus said to him, "Today tween Don Carlos and his father the :
shalt thou be with in "
me paradise.
subject of dramas. The relation-
When criminals were punished il ship of the Spanish royal family and

was customary to hang around their the British royal family gave the 4 -
neck and place on the cross a
English
people an interest in Don i.
placatd-naming the crime; "And Carlos' affairs.
Pilate wrote a title, and put it on
The name of Carlos having been
the cross; Jesus of Nazareth, used in naming the river in south
the King of the Jews "
Florida. the pronunciation was corrupted THE -
A great crowd gathered to see by the practice of slurring or' CLEWISTON NEWS

Jesus crucified. Most of those were omitting the "r", making Calos out

enemies or sight seers; but some of Carlos. In The Center of America's
were his followers and friends. New Sugar BowlPAGB .
The Indians resident in South
"Now there stood by the cross oi I;Florida at the tipie of Us discoveryand

. Jesue MB mother, Dq his::! mother's exploration were of the Mus-
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