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Title: The Clewiston news
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Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: July 22, 1932
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
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c VOLUME 6, NUMBER 32 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA FRIDAY, JULY 22, 1032 SINGLE COPY; FIVE CENTS
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ALL WORK HALTED; I Says Clewiston Has"Singingest" I I STATE TO RECEIVE CANAL CONSTRUCTION COMPANY GETS I



BOARD DECIDES TO Club $3,200,000 FUNDSIN 12 MILE SOUTHEAST, SHORE LEVEETWO .

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Pahokee Rotarians who went to

MAKE NO TAX ROLL Clewiston Wednesday evening and FEDERAL, ROADSMONEY ELECTIONS HELl IX :MEMPHIS; CONCERN; WITH 11.62

attended the regular weekly meeting HENDRY COUNTY TUESDAYThis BID GETS SECOND UNIT OF
of the Clewiston Kiwanis Club -- GOVERNMENT: PROJECTThe

found that Clewiston has the WILL BE USED UN ROADWORK
ONLY ONE EMPLOYEE: RETAINEDAS "singingest" service club in the IN STATE AS TART is _indeed the season of poli-

FUNDS DWINDLE TO Lake region and that real napkinsare OF LABOR RELIIEF tics and elections. Two county wide Canal Construction Companyof

.' ALMOST: NOTHING used instead of the paper kind primaries. a bond election and a city Memphis, Tennessee with a bid
that are afflicted with the wanderlust election all within the space of one of 11.62 cents per cubic yeard, was
More than three million dollarsof successful bidder the second unit
month is Hendry on
and which you can't keep on county's portion.
federal funds will be availablefor
All work of the Everglades Dran- your knees and that the membershipis twelvemonths I Tuesday saw two elections taking of the federal navigation and flood
Florida the next
age district was brought to a' halt large and the attendance good. during I place in the county A bond election control project iS the Lake Okeechobee -
to use in building highwaysas
boardof Visitors here and city election in LaBelle work, according to an announcement -
Monday at a meeting of the from Pahokee Rotary a ,
y commissioners of the district. Club to Clewiston Kiwanis Club on a result of the federal govern- I both of which were carried out very given out by the U. S. DistrictEngineer's
ment's program for the relief of
quitely and without the keen interest office at Jacksonville.The .
The board passed resolutions dispen- Wednesday evening were President
. unemployment, H. H. Wells, chair-
at
sing with the services of all employees Bert Lapp, Secretary V. C. Denton. shown in either of the county-wide bids were opened Tuesday
man of the state road department,
The Arundel corporation
with the exception of Ben Herr, past Presidents Will Jernigan and primaries. noon. ,
said Tallahassee this week.
executive. secretary, who was retained Howard Sharp and P. E. Foster, E. at I I In the LaBelle city election, W. which constructed many of the drainage -
The state official said
road con-
without pay. G. Kilpatrick Dick Gibbens and Joe P. Andrews, present city clerk, was canals from Lake Okeechobee to
I gressional action had made $1,629-
Kahn. returned to office without oppositionand the Atlantic, was next lowest bidder.
Lock tenders for the district were
204 available to the state in road
will between half
The work cost
a
County Judge H. A. Rider
permission to continue their The Clewiston Kiwanians were was
given funds 'and had authorized the ad-
.
million and
residence in the district's houses. asked to make us a visit right soon elected over Mrs. Alice C. Bailey as $600,000.The
vance of an equal. amount to enable
the
bid covered section of
and bring their books.-Ever- city treasurer commissioner by a a
but perform no services for the song
they the state to match the appropriation -
proposed dike wall 65,000 lineal feet
glades News.BONDS vote of 6931.CLEWISTON.
district.
now available.The in length, situated between Lake
The cause for the cessation of ac- advance of funds is' an em- Harbor ((Miami Locks) and Bacom's

-. tivities of the drainage district op- ergency measure made to relieve unemployment Point, near Pahokee.

.. _. erating in thousands of acres of ISSUE LOST in the nation, and the WINNER The Canal Construction company

F land in the Everglades was placedon funds are to be expended in building I already has some machinery at Clew-

the holders of the district bonds BY DECIDED VOTE roads. The federal provision pro'' FIRST HALF HONORIN iston. The company did the con-

who have instituted law suits to hibits the use of convict labor on struction of six experimental sections,

force immediate payment of all the roads receiving federal aid. of dike for the federal government

moneys due them. A. W. Young, OF 20-7 TUESDAYLIGHT The state ,can restrict the laborto LEAGUE SERIES which the government built at its

former general manager of the dis- Floridians and the government own expense at six different pointson

._ trict, said the district was without provided that a 30-hour week wouldbe the project to determine the av-

"money to buy a postage stamp" VOTING RECORDED IN maintained for laborers. 1-0 GAME HERE YESTERDAY erage cost of construction for levees
and that work on the 1932 tax roll The state can also set the wage around the lake. The first section

had been halted on account of this BOND ELECTION scale and direct the. employment of SMASHEH BELLE GLADE built by the Canal Construction com

condition. "There will be no taxes ex-service men with dependants as 1 HOPE FOR TITLE pany: was erected 10 miles west of

levied, and there will be 'none collected Twenty seven voters went to the far as possible. Clewiston: ; the next was built three

The bond 'l holders will get polls here Tuesday and definitely Mr. Wells said he did not know The Clewiston Cane Breakers miles west of here, and the third,

no money out of next year's levy be- voted down the authority to issue how many men would. be employedbut reached down in the bottom of their two miles east of Clewiston, on the

cause there will be no levy," the $15,000 in bonds for improvement ofthe that the state department would bag and pulled forth a sample of proposed dike line. The first, unit is. .

former manager declared. Clewiston school. The vote was cooperate with federal relief plansto their old playing form here yester- being used as a base from which '"

In a resolution the board "reaf- 20 against bonds and 7 for bonds. the fullest, extent. day to defeat Belle Glade 1-0 for the first six -mile contract unit is

firmed its willingness to cooperatewith The proposition submitted to the Charles D. Snead, federal engineer the championship in the first half now being constructed by the Mc-

all holders of bonds on which voters was whether or not the.school is due in Tallahassee on August of the Everglades Baseball League: Williams dredging company of New

the district has defaulted and invitedan board would be given authority to issue 10, for a conference_ with the Flor- A single by William Hooks in the Orleans. In addition to the levee

investigation of facts about the $15,000 in 6 per cent bonds ida road officials.KIWANIS fourth inning followed by a smash-I the contract calls for the Canal Con-

district and about ultimate payment which would mature one ,each year ing triple by Neal Williamson let struction company to remove 4,800.-

of its bonded debt." from 1936 to 1950. The, proceedsto Hooks cross the plate for the only 000 cubic yards of material from the

At the end of March an opinion be derived from the bonds was TOLD OF run of the game. Clewiston gathered navigation channel next to the levee

issued by the Federal court held to be used in constructing a small five hits to Belle Glade's two and the placement of 55,000 cubic

among other things, that all tax building on the school block, which with a pair of errors made on each yards of riprap. _
GOLF CONSTRUCTIONKIWANIS .
money collected except from_the dis- would house .classes and :.equipment' side.__ __. __". -,_' Bids! ,were--received' ,,:}from: several -.-,
--.:IL,: "4trict's*"'one mill -advalorem" tax was said""- to be necessary pl ethe Lefty Baker, sent to the mound construction firms and will be sent

to be used exclusively for paying Clewiston school on the list of fully for the Breakers, showed his old to Washington where the official
CLUB TOLD OF WORKIN
bondholders. There was practically accredited senior high schools of BUILDING "CITY'S CHIEF time form by striking out ten of contract will be made by the War

'- no money from the one mill advalo- Florida. CIVIC ASSET""When the Belle Glade players while the Department officials.

rem tax. The courts has as yet ren- Only freeholders were entitled to opposing pitcher, Jones, retired six The levee is a part of the $9,000-

dered no decision in the case and vote in the election. Proponents of Clewiston batters by the strike out 000 federal navigation and flood
ball gets in a water
the board is powerless to gain relief, the issue said many other supporters your route. control project in the CaloosahatcheeRiver
hazard on Clewiston's golf course,
W. I. Evans, attorney, said. Mr. qualified to vote, were not in Sunday's game will be the first and Lake Okeechobee.
& VanCleff
you can cuss Styles ar-
Evans has signed as attorney for the the city when the election was held. of the second half of the Everglades
chitects who planned the lay of the Calls For
district but will continue to repres- Just how many qualified freeholders series. Society
course, W. C. Owen, assistant man-
ent the district in this suit. He has reside in the district was not Hits :were made by Williamson,
of the Clewiston told
ager
company Homes For ChildrenWho
also resigned as attorney for the recorded by the election board. members of the Kiwanis Club here Nail, McLendon, McFeeters, and
Okeechobee Flood Control District. They said no list had been furnished Hooks for Clewiston and Priest and
Wednesday night, as he gave a few
them by county authorities, ando Manus for Belle Glade. Batteries
pertinent facts concerning "one ofClewiston's will provide a good farm
to have no hitch in the 'election Jones Forbes; Baker and Will:
chief''' civic assets." ant other employment for one
home. or
Fine and Costs Are each voter was required to sign an iamson. :
The speaker told how he and oth- or more older homeless boys or
affidaivit that
he was a qualified
ers surveyed their way through a girls for the summer or longer? The
$573 freeholder and entitled to vote in a
on Possessing bond election.Breakers. myrtle thicket, 10 feet high, in lay-I Counting to Begin Children's Home Society of Florida
ing out the golf course a few years has under its care a considerable

y. Large Liquor OutfitIn ago. After the brush was cut away When Blanks ArriveThe number of boys and girls from fourteen -.

Defeat By the grass now growing on the fair- .: to seventeen years of age-all

was was set by hand and diligently entirely homeless who are eager to

a case involving one of the Lop-sided Score 101The cared for until now the fairwaysare agriculture census of the stateis earn their own way and thus relieve -
most elaborate liquor distilling out-
said to be the best in south being delayed on account of fail- the home society of the expenseof
fits ever seized in south Florida, E.
Florida. ure of the state printers to supply their care during the hard timesof
D. Vande Velde yesterday was found Moore Haven ball club bowed After the architects had laid out proper blanks in time to rush the 67 financial difficulties when the

guilty by a jury in county court of their heads here Sunday to the superior the course, with only the locationsfor enumerators to their task of count.. Home Society is finding it practically a
possessing a still and Judge Red-
playing of the Clewiston Cane the greens shown on the plans ing every acre pf land in the state, impossible to secure funds enoughto
h wine fined him $300 and costs with
""' Breakers and returned to their home the matter of the styles of greensto I J. Et Beardsley, enumerator for to feed and clothe its big family of
; an alternative of five months in jail. with the low end of a one-sided game I be constructed was taken up by Hendry county, said early this week.'I needy children.
He must also serve 20 days in jail
10-1. W. D. Cole and W. C. Owen, he said. As soon as blanks are rovided, These older boys prefer work on
if the fine is Costs in
even paid.
Beder Nail, Clewiston third sacker -IA study of the greens on courses in the enumerator said he would startat the farm where they can earn their
the case amounts to $223.38, bring-
led the field in runs with three the state led to the decision to makeup once in making a count of Hendry board, room, laundry, and enough
ing the total cash required for VandeVelde's
tallied: by his name. McLendon,I for the level fairways by con- county acreage. small wages to buy shoes and cloth-

release to $537.38. first baseman. is credited with bat- structing unusually interesting greens The state makes a census of the ing.

Vande Velde said he had no partin ting honors for the day with a total four of them were patterned from agricultural developments in Florida The girls prefer employment as

operation of the still, but had of four clouts i nhis favor. the Kelsey City course, north of Palm every seven years, and this censusis house assistants tho none are at all

i been hired by Davis to bring J. Early With three runs made in each of Beach. "With level fairways the prob- conducted by the state agricul- experienced in cooking or house-

Beasley, resident on the farm where the first two innings the Breakers lem of getting interesting greens to tural department. keeping work and need plenty of

i the still was found, and his familyto established a heavy lead and then add to the attractiveness of the kindly direction and advice. These

Fort Myers on Saturday nightsfor annexed four more runs as the game course," he said, "and with this in MESSENGER BOY REPORTEDAS girls are not old enough or strong

weekly shopping. progressed. The wild pitching of view we decided on the rolling SHOWING IMPROVEMENT: enough to do laundry work or heavy

Vande Velde denied he ever had Digges, former Breaker hurler, is greens.In ..--- housework and cannot take the pla-

hauled liquor or had any part in operating responsible for the mounting numberof 'discussing the improvementsto Word was received from the Ar- ces' of adults but they will gladly

' the still. Beasley has completed hits in the early part of the game, be made on the course Mr. Owen cadia hospital yesterday to the effect accept good homes where they can

a jail sentence in connection Big George Rush, holding down the said the fairway of No. 1 hole was that Gene Prevatt, 1-1, former Western earn enough to provide for their

with this same outfit, having been tossing: for the Breakers, held the to be widened so it would be an easy Union messenger boy here, was I food, clothing and shelter.

arrested some time ago and pleaded Moore Haven players in his grip all par four hole. This is being doneto recovering satisfactorily from an op- Who will offer a chance to be-

guilty. Vande Velde was arrested through the nine innings. speed up the play of the first eration performed there Monday. come self-supporting to one of these

in October last year subsequent to --. hole so that, as the course gains in Young Prevatt was rushed to the older boys or girls?

the Beasley arrest. TO SEEK EMPLOYMENT OF popularity players will not be forc- Arcadia institution last week when

The distilling apparatus was lodged LOCAL LABOR ON CONTRACT ed to wait at the start. The greenof he was found suffering in the hall REGISTRATION BOOKS WILL BE
i in a two-story barn on the farm, number six will be
. 4\ enlarged to of the Hopkins building. Althoughthe OPEN AUGUST FIRST
A and was complete in every detail, In all contract work to be done in make it an easier par three hole.. boy had been suffering for some
even to alcoholic testers to determine this section the assistance of the
time he had never complained and Hendry county registration books
the content of the "run" as it contractors will be sought by the FIVE ROOM: liUNGALOW SOLD when found, he'was near his post of for the general election to be held

came from the worm-like copper coil. I Clewiston Kiwanis Club, as a civic HERE TO MRS. E. A. SCIIULTMrs. 'duty. His case was diagnosed by I here November 8th will be opened

Part of the outfit was in the upper i organization, to utulize all local labor Dr. McSwain, and was found to have August first and will remain open

story and the remainder on the available for' employment that E. A. Schult, already the own- diseased kidneys. It was necessaryto I until October 22nd. The books are

ground floor. A well had been put can be supplied by local residents. er of much residential property in remove his right kidney. in the custody of Mrs. Alice C. Bailey -

down inside the barn to insure a This action was taken Wednesday' Clewiston purchased a,five room bun- The boY is an orphan and his case at LaBelle. Re-registration is

sufficient flow of water at all times. night by the local luncheon club. A galow on Sagamore street from N. C. was referred to the Community chest not necessary if the citizen is already -

Nothing had been overlooked to con- committee of Victor Blate W. C. Storey of Miami, a former Clewiston for emergency aid. It is understoodthat on the books. The second open-

ceal the still and special apparatus Owen and C. J. Lovvorn, was ap, business man. It is understood that he has relatives liveing here. ing is for the benefit of those who

! was provided to prevent smoke from pointed to confer with officials ol' the purchase was a cash transaction, might have become qualified since

\ issuing from the barn.-Ft. Myers construction companies having contracts although the price'paid was not made W. M. Redelsheimer and Jay W. the books closed for the primary

News Press in this immediate territory. public Moran spent Sunday in Palm Beach. election last month.CLEWISTON .



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The Clewiston News 1 1fiOVERNORS Glades county in the final count. It

JooLate KNOW% YOUR THINGS YOU OUGHTTO is rumored that Mr. Drane expectsto

Published every Friday in Clewiston, contest the outcome of the elect-

Florida by the CLEWISTON NEWS, KNOW Ion and to ask for a recount at least \
c. :
Inc. o Classify of certain precincts where It has

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Entered as second class matter. > By RUSSELL KAY Canadian territory touches ten of have occurred. Usually we do not
Post Officeat Secretary, Honda Press Association look with favor on election contests,
February I, 1927, at the the cities in the United States.
Clewiston, Florida, under the Act but with approximately 80,000 bal-
George I'. Drew lotscas t and a difference of only
March 3 1897.A is'the
of Florida only state in the
Well, after listenin' to a lot of 1827 New died 117 votes between the 'candidates,
Born Hampshire
; union that produces titanium ore, '
newspaper devoted to the best this loose chatter about "what's: 1900. Jacksonville. Governor 1877- or ilmenite in commercial quanti- I the apparent loser can hardly be

Interests of Hendry County Florida. wrong with the country" I've arrived 1881. The vast citrus fruit indus- ties. blamed for making such investigation -

Its leading newspaper. I at the conclusion that about the< try of Florida was firmly "intrench- as will verify the returns. Hon-

worst thing the matter with it is termof est errors found in two: or three pre-
I ed" during the gubernatorial Recent Governmental economieshave
rate: year$2.00( YOU and ME. cincts might easily change the re-
Subscription per George F. Drew, eleventh gover- made it necessary to decreasethe
Outside of State of Florida ......$2.50( It looks like just about everybodyhas nor of Florida who succeeded gover- national prohibition force by 75 sult. Of two things we are certain:
quit workin' for a livin' and nor Stearns in 1887. A few years men. Mr. Peterson had no hand In or

Advertising rates furnished on application entered this nation-wide contest to before the scent of orange blossomsand knowledge of any crooked work In

see who can tell the biggest and benefitsto the election, and no claim of this
the alluring commercial According to a recent survey, the
sorriest hard luck story. We been kind is made; and Mr. Drane wants
derived from them grippedthe
be ,majority of theatres in the United
cryin' on each other's shoulders until nothing more than to establish with-
Clewiston News, From
Business office, imagination of the people. States have absorbed the ten per cent
we're all to in out doubt the correct status of the
up our ears salty
Editorial and
the
Clewiston, Florida. far away Italy came a nobleman, I federal tax on general admissions,
tears. .ote.-Avon Park Times.
Advertising, same. although a few have added it to the
You hear a lot of talk about the
ida citrus culture; from Connecticutcame cost of tickets .
Telephone 339 FROZEN ASSETS, but the kind they General Sanford. H. L. Hart -t... IX TIIK CIRCUIT COURT IN AXD
are talkin' about ain't the ones that and Colonel FOIl IIKXDUY COUNTY, FLORIDA
went to Putnam county Miss Helen Keller was recently
are doin' all the damage. It's the IN CHAA'CEUY .
Francis L. Dancy to the central part awarded an honorary degree by the
COURAGE and FAITH; that lot of
AND WORKEdson a
TALK of the. new south Florida, with many University of Glasglow, Scotland. The Old National Bank of Fort Wayne,
folks took out of circulation awhile Indiana, a National Banking Corporation -
others to
actively commence a new
R. Waite,the boostful phil- back that's draggin' us down right et a Is.,
industry-one that prevailed thru
The population of Shanghai, Chinais Complainants,
osopher of Shawnee, Okla., says in now.The fair and foul weather, and which on estimated at more than amillion vs.Clewiston .

one of his weekly bulletins: one thing the United Statesof an average annual bisis remains the most of which is Included. in the Building :Material Company,
cities build for America needs more than anything a Corporation.
"That progressive most lucrative and dependable of all native city.Russian Defendant.
right at the moment is a good "
future greatnesLCities
"agricultural crops. NOTICE TO CREDITORS OF CLEWIS-
where the people as a whole big enthusiastic kick in the pants. Governor Drew assumed office on people in Europe and Asia TON BUILDING MATERIAL COM-
show interest in civic affairs, especially I think the best illustration of the PANY.
January 1, 1887 upon returns from : number '280,000,000. European
Notice In hereby given to creditor of
attention
which ,situation that's to
come
those improvements my
: a canvassing board showing that he Russia has one half of this num- Clcviixton Kiiildlnf Mntcrlnl Company,
affect the general appearance of I its[ the story Ben Wand of the Southern received 24,179 votes and Stearns, ber. a Corporation: ,

their city for all time to come, move Lumber Journal presented in an 23,894 votes. Drew was born in 1. That the undersigned as Receiver '
appointed by the Circuit Court for
editorial
ahead fast. not long ago. New Hampshire (Alton) in 1827, Monaco and San Marino are the Hendry County, Florida, in Chancery
It is one thing for a city to talk I It seems that there was a little came south in 1848. At Columbus, world's smallest countries. The former in that certain suit pending In said
and another to be fishin' village out on the Pacific Court entitled as above, has filed his
progressiveness Ga, he built the first stationary engine has
an area of eight square miles petition In said proceeding, showingthe
progressive. Experience has proved coast where the fishermen made a headed a milling company at and the latter 38. status of assets and liabilities of
worthwhile practice of feedin' the Ev- said Clewiston Building Material
that cities who really do pelicans. Albany, Georgia, and came to Flor- 'Company as of July 1st. 1932. and
things are cities whose citizens talk ery afternoon when they came in ida in 1865. He entered the lumber praying for Instructions of the Court.
cooperation, and practice what they I with a load of fish they'd throw a i and sawmill business at Ella- Frances Ouimet, who won the nat- 2. That on Monday, July 25, A. D.
mess to the birds and the pelicans ional amateur title last year, step- 1032: at ten o'clock, A. M. in chambers
preach.
ped ahead of a fast field of profes- signed, as such Receiver, will presentthe
I
Cities that have an attractive appearance got so they would all line up on the ville.The 1877 legislature was demo said Report to the Judge of the
shore standin' around first sionals recently to win the Massa- said Court, and seek an order from
have much public pride on one '
cratic. Governor Drew made
many chussetts the said Court instructing the underat -
which instills in its citizens a strong leg and then on the other waitin''' drastic reductions in ,expenses of open play. the county Court House in Fort

desire to make it progress much for Santa Claus to come along and state operation. Among his cabinet Myers, Lee County, Florida the under-
signed, as such Receiver
to offer the
The Memphis Chicks have
feed 'em their fish. finally
faster. Constructive cooperation is
appointees was William D. Blox- assets of said Clewiston Building Ma-
an index of a city's prosperity. It Everything was rosy. It was just ham, secretary of state, later gov- pulled away to a safe lead in the terial Company for sale and to seek
Southern loop. The' Bluff City boys offers for such assets, any offer or
shows confidence in the future. like the BOOM, and standin' room
offers obtained be
ernor. to submitted to the
Cities that keep ahead in the around the feed trough was wortha The legislature of 1879 was also managed to take four straight in a Court at some later date to be fixed
march of progress are the cities that thousand dollars a foot. recent series from the second place by the Court for such action as the
democratic. Wilkinson Call was elected Court may then direct.
reach out and keep doing bigger and Then the market went hay wire U. S. senator. A native of Chattanoogans. 3. This notice is extended to all
better things." I and the fishermen couldn't sell their creditors of Clewiston Building Material -
Kentucky he was a nephew of former Company so that they be
Mr .Waite wrote the comments product, and it didn't pay 'em to territorial governor, Richard K. Chicago is served by 29 railroads ent In person or by attorney may on pres-the

about cities in general and the state- go ,out. besides a dozen belt lines and elec- date above set forth, and present objections -

ments are applicable to Clewiston. But every afternoon the pelicans Call.Florida was steadily advancing in tric roads to nearby cities. Only 16 of the assets, if any of they said have Clewiston to the Build-sale

would line up on the shore and flap all lines of commerce, business and railroads enter New York. ing Material Company.
PREVENTION their wings and and hollar Dated this 13 th of
MOSQUITO : squawk industry. The population was 269- day July, A. D.,
for somebody to feed 'em. But the 1932.'I'
493 in 1880. Hillsborough countywas The new Spanish Republic has issued W. WEEKSAs

After more than a month of steady fishermen were havin' troubles of showing considerable growth as an order that all farm machinery Receiver of and for Clewiston
their while felt Building Material Company.
own and they
dry weather we are now experiencinga sorry well as other south Florida towns be put away and hand labor on- i-22-32.

bit of rain, which is greatly need- for the pelicans and all that, theycouldn't and counties. Hillsborough county ly used until employment conditions .

ed. With the blessings of the rain afford to go to sea every then had a population of 5,814 in improve.The .
day just for sweet charity
comes the curse of mosquitoes. How- contrast to about 150,000.today. the .I _
ever, with a little "forethough we can And the poor birds kept standin' largest county in Florida. state of Texas has 255.count r

do much to prevent the breeding of there and cryin' until some of 'em Governor Drew, after a highly suc- ies, by far the '''largest number of

these pests.In actually starved to death. It was cessful administration, went to Jack- any state. Georgia has 162 and Won't Takea
downright pitiful.
a bulletin issued by the State sonville and became a prominent Florida 67.
Then one of the fishermen got an
Board of Health attention is calledto merchant and civic leader. It is recorded -
idea He hopped in his car and It is less than
a few pungent points well worth that he died (1900) while seventy miles a- LifetimeTo
drove down the beach a few miles
the consideration of every citizen. giving directions for the funeral of cross the Bearing Strait from the
where the pelicans had always liveda
After all, mosquitoes are fairly sim- his wife. A strange incident is that Seward peninsular of Alaska to Si-
normal and hadn't for-
existence
ple to eradicate, they breed in water his wife (Amelia Dickens) died two beria. The city of Nome is about Pay Out
gotten how to work. He captureda
175 miles from
only and can be reduced with the hours before his demise. Asiatic territory.
dozen of 'em and brought them r
removal of standing water. William: D. Bloxham --
back home where he turned them
No channel has been discovered
ever BUNGALOW ON CORNER LOT
Remove all trash from the back loose among the old birds with the Born 1835. Florida, died 'March
through one of the greatest
yard, including tin cans, pails, bot- PROSPERITY complex. I 15, 1911 at Jacksonville, Florida. Trees Shrubbery
river deltas in the world, that of
tles, automobile tires and any other Instead of standin' on the shore Governor 1881-85; 1897-1901. Since the Lena, wich empties into the Art- Modern Conveniences. /

recepticle*capable of holding water. sobbin' like the others, the new- its creation as a state in 1845 only ie ocean.

Clean up the premises, Put new ,comers went right to work catching one man, William D. Bloxham, has

washers on leaky faucets; screen their own fish. And when the hun-I twice served as governor. His first Babe Ruth at present is running

rain water barrels or oil them prop- starvin' term was from 1881 to 1885, and
gry pelicans saw that they third in the home run race. Both This property; can be bought at a
erly; get some top minnows and put seemed to remember a long time ago, after an intermin of 12 years he
Jimmy Foxx and Chuck Klein are reasonable price and paid for in
them in lily ponds and cisterns. Examine they used to do the same thing, so again became ehiei'executive .
the
leading Yankee slugger.
the roof gutters and remove they got busy It was hard workat Born in Leon county, he lived on small payments in five )cars.

trash and straighten up all dents first, but they managed to naba ,a fine estate near Tallahassee and

which might hold a little water. Fit fish once in a while and in a few I belonged to the "landed aristocracy"of DRANE'S COMPLAINT The payments are as low as rent.

tight covers to water closet flush days they were as good as ever and the time. He had been press- .

tanks. Change the water in flower could hold their own with the best ing for state leadership for 20 years, Congressman Drane, who was defeated : __ .. .-

vases often. The effluent from sep- of 'em. and served in many capaciites which for re-election by J. Hardin

tic tanks should discharge into sub- And that's the trouble with you well equipped him for public office.In Peterson by a lead of 117 on the :

soil tile drains; if discharged on the and me and a lot of other folks, we 1870 he had served as lieutenant face of the returns, gave notice of Jim'Beardsley

surface mosquito breeding will oc have forgotten how to fish. What governor and in 1872 had been a protest to the State Canvassing

cur. If there are low spots in the we've got to do is take off our coats, candidate for governor. Later he I

yard"-where water will stand for and roll up our sleeves and dive in.. served as secretary of state and
Cleveland elected in 1884. The
was
days after a rain, either fill or There are just as many fish as there proved his genius as an executive.His .
state agricultural college was relocated -
drain these places.Cooperation ever were but we've got to GO GET education at Williams and
at Lake City. Newspaperswere Phone 300 Clewiston Fla.
of all citizens will 'EM. Our daddy did and our grand- Mary college gave him added ability springing up at various parts. ,

soon reduce the mosquito problemof pappy did, and so can we. and his close and constant contact
State at
taxable
property was placed \... J
any community. Only a little So let's quit standin' around feel- with state leaders for a full decade $50,000,000. "The boom was on."

work, close examination, with slight In' sorry for ourselves, this businessof lent him gifts of diplomacy whichhe

expenditure will improve the habit- flappin' our wings and squawk- could have acquired in no other

ability of any location. Try it. ing at each other ain't gettin' us manner. In the election for governor -

no place. Come on fellows, let's go he received 28,378'votes to

Now, says the Palmetto News, EAT and make it a DUTCH TREAT. 23,297 for Conover, his republican I

that scientists have split the atom, opponent. NOTICEWE

what are they going to do with it? SUNSHINE SLIM SEZ: Florida literally "grew overnight"

during Bloxham's term. Hamilton I .' .

A paragrapher says that each This is vacation time and no time Disston and other capitalists of Phil

wrinkle on a woman's face repre- for worry and work. July and Au- adelphia purchased land, started

sents an experience. Yet there are gust are quiet months every place drainage operations and advertised; HAVE GOOD LAND FOR RENT

many movie queens without awrinkle. except in summer resorts and they Florida internationally. More railroads -

.-Miami Herald. are not so terribly busy this year. were constructed in 1881 and )
CROPS. .
FOR FALL AND WINTER
There is no use to fret and fuss 1882 than in all previous years. The

Says Jiggs In the Tarpon Springs I during July and Augus. Take it development of orange growing be-

Leader: If half of what I hear of easy as possible and get yourselfin came phenominal, Immigration was

the hot weather garb worn in the! shape to work like heck in the encouraged schools progressed, the

homes these hot afternoons-is true, fall. You shouldn't eat so much Pensacola and Atlantic railroad unit-

the life of the Fuller brush sales- anyway in hot months and as for ed the ocean and the gulf, public ."..Trespassers Will Be Prosecuted.

man isn't so hard. clothes, :you don't need any-if the school enrollment was 60,000 in

police will let you get by with it.- 1504 schools.

John of Arcadia, cast joy Sunshine City News. Biscayne Bay was first heard of

into the hearts of all those who owed as a likely location for a town. The

him money by cancelling all debts.Let's Kidnapping to extort ransom is Institute for the blind, deaf and The Clewiston Co.T .

hope the time is near when it now a capital offense in New Jersey mute was established at St. Augus-

will not be necessary for anyone to although juries may set the penaltyat tine. For the first time since 1856it

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untrap 'CIjooY Many New Faces Will Be Pinellas; Frank: C.J. I.Booth Cary,, J.St.L.Petersburg Kelly,

Personal Mention I both Clearwater.Polk .
"
boon Seen In 1933 : E. M. Knight, Lakeland; M.
LegislatureThere I R. Driver, Auburndale; J. A. Han-

\ Joe Cato visited friends in Moore cock, Fort Meade.

Haven Sunday. FOR JULY 24 1932 I Putnam: B. C. Pearce. Palatka;
will be quite a number of Nominees for Representatives
R. C. Middleton, Crescent City.
Subject: The deliverance at the
new faces in the Florida legislatureof Democratic nominees to the house I
Marvin M. Taylor, of Felda, was Red Sea. of Santa Rosa: R. A. Bonifay, B. L.

in Clewiston on business yesterday. Golden Text: The Lord is my 1933.In ida representatives counties from the 67 Simmons, both Milton.
follows
--- strength and song, and he is becomemy the senate, of course, there Alachua : Flor-I Sarasota: John L. Early, Sarasota.

Miss Ruth Willingham, of Sarasota salvation. Exod. 15:2. will be 18 hold-over senators who Gainesville: John, A. Seminole: H. S. White, R. J. Holly
Q
; Burton H. Rawls, High
recently in Clewiston for a few Central Truth of the Lesson: "The both Sanford.St. .
experienced.Of Springs.
weeks. Angel of the Lord emcampeth round are Johns: L. W. Zimm, Louis Vic-
senators who served in the 1931 Baker: J. D. Dugger, Macclenny.Bay tor, St. Augustine.
T about them that fear him and de-
Mrs. R. Y. Patterson and sons left livereth him," Psa. 34:7. I session and who were candidates to : J. M. Sapp, Panama City. St. Lucie: E. O. Dennison, Fort
I Bradford: G. M. Inman, Starke.
; last week for a visit with friends in Time and place: About B. C. 1490, succeed themselves, only John W Brevard Pierce.
P ensacola. The Red Sea and the territory east Watson, J. W. Turner, Truman G. : Noah B. Butts, Cocoa. Sumter: R. Strickland, Webster.
Broward: Dwight L. Rogers, Fort Suwannee A. P. Goff Dr. J. L.
: ,
and west thereof.Introduction Futch and J. J. Parrish were success- Lauderdale.

Miss Roberta George, Miss Ruby> : ful. Payne, both Live Oak.
Calhoun
Willis, Dell Wright and Ralph Mikle Last Sunday's lesson closed with Of the new senators D. Stuart Blountstown.: John- D. Trammell, of Taylor: Lyman Hendry, Boyd.

were visitors in Pahokee Saturday. the Egyptians urging the Israelitesto Gillis W. P. Shelly, Hugh Hale, J. Charlotte Union: c. H. Register Lake But-
: Thomas W. Butler
leave their country, and the last Edwin Larsen and W. A. MacWill- Punta Gorda. ler.

Andrew Berry returned to Clew- of the ten plagues having caused iams have had previous experience. Citrus Volusia: John S. Byington, Day-

iston Sunday night from a twt: weeks: the death of the first born of every In the house, representatives who : George W. Scoffield. In- tona Beach; Tom Stewart, DeLand.

vacation spent at his home in Savan- household in Egypt except the He- served in the 1931 session were re- verness. Waukulla: H. C. Rehwinkle, Craw-
Clay: J. Slater
Smith, Green Cove
nah, Georgia.Mrs. brews by whom the passover was nominated as follows: J. M. Sapp,, Springs. fordsville.
:kept. ,of Bay, Dwight L. Rogers of Brow- Walton: L. H. Brannon, DeFun-
Collier
: C. M.
Collier, Everglades.
W. D. Allen and daughter, This was the beginning of Jewish ard, John D. Trammell of Calhoun,, Columbia iak Springs.
: A. P. Rivers and Nor-
Vesta, and son of Richmond Vir- history in which God was first revealed : C. :M. Collier of Collier, S. P. Rob- man P. Ives, Lake City. Washington: W. T. Laney, Chip-

ginia left last week for a visit with to them. They pictured to ineau of Dade, S. E. Teague of ley.
Dade: J. C. Brown, S. P. Robin-
friends in Moultrie Georgia. Franklin, J. H. Peeples of Glades.
themselves the water standing as a
Ernest
eau, P. Roberts, all Miami.
Subscribe for the NeW's and sendit
F. B. ,Harrell of Hamilton, M. M.
wall the right hand and
upon upon DeSoto: C. A. Boyd, Arcadia.
Miss Katherine Deam left Mondayfor Andrews of Holmes, George West- to a friend-only $2.00 per year.
the left while the pillar of light was Dixie: E. L. Dickey, Cross City.
West Palm Beach where she will turned towards them and the cloud brook and I. N. Kennedy of Lake,
Duval
: W. McL. Christie
J. Ben FOR TAX:
spend a few days vacation with her rested on their opponents. By faithas A. O. Kanner of Martin, W. V. Al- Wand, M. M. Frost, all Jacksonville. NOTICE OF APPLICATION DEED

mother, Mrs. Paul Deam. bury of Monroe Peter Tomasello,
the author of the Hebrews says ; Escambia
: Royal J. Untreiner
Jr.1 Joe Notice is hereby given that Ruth R.
of Okeechobee C. Fred Ward
they passed through the Red Sea, as .Bell. both Pensacola. Beurdslcy. holder of Tax Certificate No.
Miss Jewel Lowe and Miss Louise on dry land which the 'Egyptians essaying Orange, R. K. Lewis and Elvin A. Flagler: F. L. Byrd, Bunnell. 863 rind 1046 dated 7th day of July A.
f; Waldron returned to Clewiston Sun- to do perished. In the exalt- Bass of Palm Beach, Frank Boothand D. 1930 has filed said certificate in my
Franklin: S. E. Teague, Aplachi- office and made application for tax
day from a short visit in West Palm ation of freedom there burst from J. L. Kelly of Pinellas, L. W. cola. deed to issue thereon in accordancewith

Beach the- guests. of Mrs. Bessie Cul- them that remarkable hymn of which Zim of St. Johns and A. P. Goff of lav.v Said certificate embracesthe
Gadsden: W. J\\ Boynton, Havana; following described property situ-
breath. the burden is, 'I will sing unto the Suwannee--21. F. L.: Herrin, Mount Pleasant. ated in Hendry County. Florida to-

Lord, for he hath triumphed gloriously ; That leaves 74 representativeswho Gilchrist O. wit: Block 173. lot 24: Block 412 lots
: L. Crocker, Trenton. .
26-27, in the City of Clewiston.The
Misses Evelyn Hare, Roberta Spicer are new men, but of these sev-
the host and his rider hath '
; I Glades: J. H. Peeples, Citrus Cen- assessment of said property un-
Betty Spicer and Willie V Hooke/ he thrown in to the sea.' The blow en have had previous legislative ex ter. der the said certificate issued was in
returned to Clewiston last week fXmi perience. They are: George W. the name of C. E. Shaw and A. D. and
was struck at the oppressor not by Gulf: T. H. Stone Port St. Joe. I... M Francis
Camp Daniels near Jupiter. They their own arm but by the power of Scoffield of Citrus, J. Slater Smith Hamilton: F. B. Harrell, Jasper. Unless said certificate shall be redeemed -
were accompanied home by Mrs. W. God, a marvelous event which is the of Clay, A. P. Rivers of Columbia, according* to law tax deed will
Hardee: A. A. Price,
Bowling issue thereon on the 8th day of August,
C. Hooker. F. L. Byrd of Flagler W. B.
theme of today's lesson. Bishopof Green. A D. 1932. '
Jefferson, A. L. Auvil of Pasco, Dated this 7th day of July A. D. 1932.
Early on the morning of the fifteenth of Hendry: Elbert T. Stewart, Clew (SEAL) WILLIAM T HULL,,
WILLIA3IS-EZELLE. and C. H. Register Union.
of Nisan, the day after the iston. Clerk of Circuit Court,

passover. great companies of Israelites Nominees for Senate Hernando: A. B. Endsley, Garden Hendry County, Florida.5.
29, Aug.
July 8, 15. 22.
"l\ ;,\'s. J. Thad f Williams, of
,speeded by the Egyptians, set Following is a list of the Demo- Grove.
Richland
Lumpkin, formerly of an-
nounces the engagement of her out for the appointed rendezvous at cratic nominees for the senate, including Highlands: J. E. Sims, Lake Pla-

Succoth. In Succoth assembled, according the holdover from the even cid.
daughter, Jamye Carolyn, to Dr.Jcnnings .
to Num. 1:46: no fewer than numbered districts., From District Hillsborough: Henry M. Kilgore
Ezelle Clewistonand
W. of
Graceville, Florida. The mar- 603,550 men. Add the women and 30, however, J. G. Black will fill the: Plant City; Cary N. Sandler, Tampa;

children, and the entire migrationmust unexpired term of John Bradshaw, C. Edmond Worth, Tampa. WilL
solemnized at
riage to be an early
date. No cards." have comprised more than two resigned. I Holmes: M. M.: Andrews, Bonifay.

The above announcement taken million souls. Moses took with him District 1, E. H. Lundy, Milton. Indian River: Alex MacWilliams

the bones of Joseph, carrying out District 2, Herbert P. Caro, Pensa- Vero Beach.
from the Sunday edition of the At-
that great man's request that his, remains cola. Jackson: W. R. Dickson, Cotton-
lanta Constitution will be of interestto
the Clewiston friends 'of the should find a final resting District 3, D. Stuart Gillis, De- dale; J. C. Wynn, Marianna. TRADE

couple.many Miss Williams has taughtin place in his dear homeland of Can- Funiak Springs. Jefferson: W. B. Bishop, Capps.

the Clewiston public schools for aan.The District 4,- H. Hayes ,Lewis, Mar- Lafayette: D. C. Geiger, Mayo.
ordinary route to Canaan ianna. Lake: George F. Westbrook, Cler-
I
the past three terms and is one of
_ the popular members of Clewiston's would take them northeasward right District 5, W. P. Shelly, Telogia. mont; Dr. I. N. Kennedy, Eustis. Clewiston for LaBelle

1 across the desert, by far the shortest District 6, S. W. Anderson, Quincy Lee: William J. Wood, Ft. Myers.
ounger set. Dr. Ezelle, a graduate I
'-.. I way; but that would carry the District 7, Spessard L. Holland. Leon: George I. Martin, C. L. Wal- PropertyTen
,,of the Atlanta Dental College, is
a practising dentist here. nation of ex-slaves into the territoryof ,District 8, W. C. Hodges, Tallahassee. i ler, both Tallahassee.

the warlike Philistines. Jehovah Levy: John R. Willis, Bronson.
DV. Ezelle is leaving Olewjston
I
knew that a long course of training District 9, Hugh. Hale, Brooks- Liberty: R. S .Hosford, Bristol.
today for Lumpkin Ga. where the
Acres Custard Apples
!
was needed to, strengthen and con-
ville. Madison: W. L. Gaston, David, Lanier -
wedding will be solemnized
July
solidate the Hebrews, and so turned District 10, G. Frank Andrews, I both Madison. Under Cultivation, with House,
26. After a short wedding trip the
will their course abruptly to the south, Greenville. Manatee: L. C. Register, Manatee; Half-mile from Hard Road-
couple return to Clewiston to
make their home. that they might make a wide detour District 11, James F. Sikes, St. H. L. Ezell, Bradenton. Will Trade for Habitable Houso

across the Red Sea .to the peninsulaof Petersburg. Marion: N. F. Baskin, Dunellon;
in LaBelle.
Sinai. District 12, F. P. Parker. Mayo. A.. B. Folks, Ocala.

MRS. BOURNE ENTERTAINS "The Lord went before them by District 13, John W. Watson, Mi Martin: A. O. Kanner, Stuart.

FOR MRS. HARVEL THURSDAYMrs. day in a pillar of a cloud, and by ami. Monroe: William V. Albury, Key

night in a pillar of fire." District 14, Bernard H. English, West.

B. A. Bourne entertainedwith "The children of Israel lifted up Lake City.District. Nassau: R. Anderson, Fernandina. ft
I
a delightful bridge party at their eyes. and, behold, the Egyptians 15, Dr. J. M. Mann, Lake Okaloosa: T. H. Edney, Crestview. JimBeardsley

her home on Poinsettia st. Thurs- marched after them: and the I Butler. : Okeechobee: Peter Tomasello Jr.,
'
day afternoon, honoring her guest. children of Israel cried out unto the I District 16, J. B. Stewart, Fernan- ,I Okeechobee City.

Mrs W. S. Harvel, formerly of Clew- Lord. Is not ,this the word that dina. Orange: J. J. Dickenson, Orlando;

iston but now of Boynton. Guests we did tell them in Egpt saying let District 17, Clayton C. Bass, Live ; C. Fred Ward, Winter Park.

were; Mrs. E. R. Fontaine, Mrs. us alone, that we may serve the Oak. I Osceola: Lewis O'Bryan, Kissim-

J. K. Mowry, Mrs. M. E. VonMach- Egyptians? For it had been better District 18, J. Turner Butler. Jack- '

111'5V.. C. Worth, Mrs: J.F: Tip- for us to serve the Egyptians, than sonville. I mee.Palm Beach: R. K. Lewis, West .Clewiston, Florida

pey, Mrs. W. P. Vaughn, Sr. Mrs.T. that we should die in the wilderness.And District 19, Walter W.: Rose, Or- Palm Beach; Elvin A. Bass, Pahokee

B. Shelley, Mrs. W C Hooker, Moses said unto the people, lando. Pasco: A. L. Auvil, Dade City,

Mrs T. B. Hooks, Mrs. F. R. Maxwell Fear ye not, stand still, and see the District 20, W.. T. Gary, Ocala. I

Mrs. B. A. Bourne, and Mrs. salvation of the Lord, for the Egypt Disrtict 21, J. W. Turner, Cedar

s4.L.V. S. Harvel. Refreshments of ians whom :ye have' seen today, ye Key. :::.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:
-'k. chicken: salad, iced tea and cake shall see them again no more for! District 22, S. Dilwort'h Clark, s

:I were sevredtdar bmad the hosetef ever. The Lord shall fight for ,you, Monticello. YY

were served by 'the hostess. and ye shall hold your peace. And District 23, Truman G. Futch,

High score Was awarded to Mrs.E. !the Lord said unto Moses, speak Leesburg.

: R. Fontaine, and cut prize was unto the children of Israel that theygo District 24, Arthur Gomez. Key :I: Open to the Public f

won by Mrs. W. C. Worth. forward! : But lift thou up thy West.

I I rod, and stretch out thine hand over District 25, Olin G. Shivers, Chip-

MRS. RACKSTRAW the sea. and divide it: and the lejl.
ENTERTAINSFOR yy
children of Israel shall go on dry District' 26, S. J. Hilburn, Pal-
MISS AMY PERKINS
land through the midst of the sea. atka.District ; Moderate Green Fees ::
::
And Moses strectched out his hand 27, Henry G. Murphy, Zol- ?

Mrs. ,G. B. Rackstraw entertain- over the sea; and the Lord caused fo. si

a number of her firiends with.a the sea to go back by a strong east I District 28, Dr. C. W. Chewning, _:i: : Exceptional Fairways ::

lemonade party at her home on Os- wind all that night, and made the New Smyrna. Y

ceola avenue last Wednesday after- sea dry land, and the waters were District 29, J. .Edwin Larson, Key ;:I: Interesting Grass Greens '_ ::

noon, in honor of Miss Amy Per- divided. And the children of Israel stone Heights.

kins, who is visiting Mr. and Mrs.L. went into the midst of the sea upon District 30, W. A. MacWilliams.St. s,

F. Perkins. dry ground: and the waters worea Augustine. .s: !. __ ..i'.
.. :
"r ..
Guests invited were: Mrs. W. C. wall unto them on their right District 32. J. Maxy Dell, Gaines- ... :
s Y
Worth, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, Mrs.L. hand, and on their left." ville.

F. Perkins, Miss Amy Perkins, "And the Lord said unto Moses, District 33, C. Frank Raulerson, :: The Most Popular :i:

Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mrs. F. Deane stretch out thine hand over the sea, Fort Pierce. Y

Duff, Mrs. T. B. Shelley, Mrs. J. C. that the waters may come again up- District 34, Pat Whitaker, Tampa. :;: Recreation Center :;;:

) Wagon, Mrs. Adrian Wilcox. of West' on the Egyptians .- And Moses District 35, John R. Beachman, Y

. 4"I. ,?alrn Beach, Mrs. J. P. Percy, Mrs. stretched forth his hand over the West Palm Beach. Y

H. J. B. Scharnberg, Mrs. W. C. sea-and the waters returned and District 36, M. O. Harrison, Palmetto In ClewistonClewiston ::

:, Owen Mrs D. L. Stewart, Mrs. J. covered the chariots, and the horse- Y :::

K Mowry, Mrs. M. W. Bigg, Mrs. men and all the host of Pharaoh- District, 37, J. J. Parrish. Titus- ::: \.. J :
s 'iIi1
Arscott, Mrs. G. B. Thomas, Mrs. that there remained not so much as ville.District Y

i E. R. Fontaine, Mrs. W. F. Hill, one of them." 38, Sam W. Getzen, Bush-! Y
I
Mrs. M. E. VonMach, Mrs. M. E There are times to wait and trust, nell. .

Yenawine Mrs. CE. Miner and Mrs.R. and times to work and trust. Read I !

H. Knight. A refreshment courseof these statements in our lesson: "The We can not always know just whento Golf Course j

fruit, lemonade and cake was served children of Israel cried out unto hold our peace or "stand still"-

by the hostess. the Lord-Fear ye not, stand still, or go forward, but always trust God. Y ) : -
J
and see the salvation of the Lord- How fortunate is that person who l '

The southernmost tip of India is the Lord shall fight for you, and ye can see God in his troubles and have x
over 500 miles north of the equator. shall hold your peace-Go forward" faith for deliverance I 0FRIDAY : C"*"*"*"***:"#':'*M#":":":":":":":"* :": :-': :":":": :":":..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.: :..:..:.: :..:..:..: :..: :..:..:..:.

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local markets for cattle raised in:on Its way. To further show the Indication of the country cannot be restored
Money Orders Jump HENDRY COUNTY I I[Hendry county, but the market is' statisticians point out: until the farmer has purchasing po-
taken as a keen indication that an I This Is not the usual peak month wer.
II By One Cent RaiseThe CATTLEMEN MAY (I I Increase is well on the way for they'for cattel prices. In the past 15
man who has a few 'head' of cattleon years the peak has always been foundIn There are many large cities on
department Increased the praries. The cattle in Hen- October. the Central Arabian plateau which j.. .
- post the fees office charged for domestic GET PRICE RAISEOf dry county are looking exceedingly!1'[ The shortage of meats is still a- have never been seen '
orders. effective July 20, fat and fine at this season of the cute.
money
in accordance with recent legisla- year, even though the climatic conditions -:| Hogs have sold at their best for The territory of Alaska is one
tion passed by congress intended to special interest to cattle raisers I have not been ideal. The dry the season five times in July; three .sixth as large as the entire United
raise revenues from the department.The .I tin Hendry county is an Associated i iI (weather that this county, as well as times in August and five times in States, with an area of nearly 600-
new rates are, on orders from(press dispatch from ChIcagothe-:. a majority of the nation, has experi- September. 000 square miles.
one cent to $2.50, 6 cent fee; $2.51to I center of the World's cattle market. i. enced has not caused the cattle hereto | There was no shortage of hogs
$5.00, 8 cents; $5.01 to $10.00, Down in the 'yards' the dispatch,, suffer. 'according to the Chicago exchange, The Post Office department raised
11 cents; $10.01 to $20.00, 13 cents; says they have been watching the I Livestock economists have said a month ago. -in fact the market the price of stamps and we cut downon
$20.01 to $40.00, 15 cents; $40.01to !longest unceasing advance in hog that the value of livestock on the had received 1,000,000 head more. our correspondence, and we were
$60.0, 18 cents; $60.01 to $80.00,'prIces the industry has ever known. farms of the nation can be valued at.for the year to date and warehouse using money orders to reduce the
have cattle prIces advanceas now they receipts number of 2c on checks, but
20 cents; $80.01 to $100.00, 22 ,They seen I Ij $1,000,000 more shah are dwindling. per
cents. No money orders are Issued the first commodity to rise above could have placed on them a little J The meat packers get the lion's what to do now that the money or-
for an amount larger than $100.00.j I the 1931 prices. For the past 34 more than a month ago. share of the immediate increase but der rates have been Increased?
The new rates have been posted in days, those closely in touch with the i iI There was no stampede to sell I this increase will ultimately be passed -
the local postoffice. I cattle and hog market have watched I cattle on the Chicago market when on to the cattle raiser. Whole- We worked up quite a bit of sym-
I the prices on these two staple commodities the prices began to climb,,rather a 'sale pork loins, not long ago, sold pathey for the overburdened con-
steadily rise from $3.50 on disposition was shown to hold on to at the lowest price since 1896, sold gressmen (honest sympathey, too)
Permit Granted For I hogs (and that the top price) on May;;their stock awaiting further advance. ,up from 8 to 21 cents. when we learned that there were
28j. to $5.55 on Monday. The average I I Charles A. Wilson, president of i I A car load of hogs today sells 18,000 bills Introduced during the
River Bridge on 29 .advance was from $3.15 to $5. I Ii !I the Chicago livestock exchange, said for more than $300 more than it session just closed. It must have
I i During the last week the market prices still lie below the five and ten would have sold for a month ago. been a very trying task to eliminatethe
I i lost a little..-- due to the heat wave!]i year averages. Cattle alone, he said,' A car of cattle now sells for more unworthy and pass those that
Plans for the State road department -,I hovering over most of the United]!:averaging $8.25 last week, have than $650 in advance of the price it seemed to have some value.
for a bridge across the Kiss- States, and this is shown in the market climbed above the correspondingprice i:would have brought a month ago.
immee River at its mouth were approved by a drop of between 30 and 40 of 1931, when the average was Ralph Budd, president of the Bur- The Fort Myers News-Press has
Saturday by the War Depart-,,cents of the $2 raise the market en only $7.65. Hogs, despite their ad- lington railroda, said last week at one of the best editorial pages in
ment officials in Washington. The joyed. [vance averaged $4.80 last week as Omaha: "No other thing since the the state.
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state has constructed a grade from Just who benefits from the raise I!against $6.40 a year ago. depresion has heartened me so muchas
the Indian river canal in Glades in meat prices is easy to see. It is the The rise of cattle prices has been the continued rise in livestock Gene Tunney is out to put some
county to the mouth of the Kissim-: man in the fields with cattle for 'taken as an Indication that the long prices If commodity prices go I crimps in the republican party and
mee river on the border of Glades sale.The looked prosperity is not merely "just up. then the purchasing power ol f we doubt not his ability to make an
and Okeechobee counties, and requested -! increase is not shown in the around the corner," but is definitely the farmer will be restored. The rest t impression. .:-
the permission of the war' \
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department to build a bridge at the I' r
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The Kissimmee river is declared',
a navigable stream by"the war department -
and therefore any plans I
for bridges across it must be given I
the approval of the department.The I I Ii
department's plans and speci- I
fications for the bridge have been I
ready for several months and it is i : : ADVERTISING WILL
expected that bids will be advertisedfor
at once in order that the contract
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may be let for the immediate con-
struction with as little delay as pos-
sible. : ; MAKE YOURBUSINESS


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FAMILY BEING FED ONTWBXTY.FITE ,

CENTS I
BETTER..

Gainesville, Fla.-Three people are :
thriving on 25 cents a day each for : ,. .' -.. .
groceries on an experiment being '-- : :
conducted this week at the Florida I ,}. .'I :-.' ,. II' I

Experiment Station. A University '::: :. i.
professor, his wife, and 13 year old ,,
daughter are being fed for the weekat I' '
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a total cost for groceries of : "How's Business?'' is a phrase '-. i:
They are weighed at the $5.25'1
of the experiment and will be '
L' heard when busi- ,4i.
ed a week later. Their ) T T commonly .

has been averaging over $10 per ...... ,,.

week Home Dr. Economics O. D. Abbott Department, head, of and the in I I .f (. ness men get together. ; .- .. f'

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of the used sim-i :
charge experiment, :
rl'Y ;
iliar menus to feed herself and son :
last week for a cost of 25 cents a ..d. .
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day, and stated that she felt per- : .- Your business is just what you makeit "-' : I
fectly satisfied and slightly gained .',.
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in weight. ; 1 ;: I
." and know of better stimulant
Among the products that are being '._ we no
used during the week are butter sugar I .
po 'toes, onions cantaloupe, liv- than consistent and constructive ad. f.i ..

er, prunes, tea, salmon, milk, cof- .
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fee, black breakfast and '
eye peas _, vertising. Statistics show us that newspaper :-
side bacon, beef, string beans, ban- : :
anas, salad dressing, tomatoes a !
cereal, eggs, fish, bread, flour, salt, S. advertising leads all other kind ,

carrots, cabba"ge, spaghetti, peppers, I I .. .
beets. watermelons, apples, rice, lem- I I :.+ of publicity. Big business can't possibly ': '.. I I
ons, meal, grits, pineapple and corn.

i .. be in its advertising meth-
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, Miss I wrong
Saundel Watson and L. C. Sturgess
returned to Clewiston Tuesday froma \ 7.. ods. And big business uses newspaper ----4i.

two weeks boat trip in the Thous- H r
and Islands. The party experienced -0 ;' advertising for results ___ more so now -
difficulty in returning on account of .
the lowness of water in the Caloosa-
hatchee and left the launch 'Lorraine' I ; < than ever before. :'; i
moore at the Moore Haven wharf. '
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Mis. W. M. Redelsheimer and son Y : ., ; \ ; ,
i'i i -
Billy, returned to Clewiston yester- I ;; :,:
day after atwo weeks visit with relatives -I I

in Miami. ':> Telephone 339f f '


Jay W. Moran left Monday for a p.
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short vacation to be spent. in New I ,' :.' : :- I
York state. ." .

Mrs. E. L. Stewart and Miss Dorothy 1 ;II II I I I
Moorman left early this morn- I
ing for Macon Georgia where they
will visit relatives for a short time. I
NEWS
THE CLEWISTON

Mrs. ,
Betty Hansen and little son.
George, of Tampa, were visitors here I
Monday, as guests of Mrs L. M. Lil-
ley. Mrs. Hansan was Mrs. Lilley's J /'Ii Hendry County'sLeading t.I
former nurse while in Tampa. ,T f -
H I q Newspaper J'J:_

Wyoming, Nevada, and Arizona, I .
have a population that averages less .. .
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than two persons per square mile. ;:. :.
Ten states average over 90 to the :

square mile.Rainfall Leads in News, Advertising, Circulation \, .

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is heaviest in the United ''t II <:'
States in three widely separated
o areas; the Gulf coast of Florida, I : :
Alabama and Mississippi, the East
Tennessee valleys, and the Pacific .
coast of -- .
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