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Title: The Clewiston news
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Creation Date: September 9, 1932
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
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i... VOLUME XI. NUMBER XXXVI CLEWISTON, FLORIDA FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER: 9, 1932 SINGLE COPY
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Writer Pans Glades In THIRD LEVEE UNIT 'Pairings Are Made Of




f': Highly Publicized Story WILL BE AWARDED 48 Tournament EntriesPairings


EARLY IN OCTOBER

,\ more fruitful than northern lands
for the first round ofClewiston's C. V. Parkinson
40 E. L.
:, In a story in the Miami Herald recently -"and can be used to produce a much ; Stewart
annual fall golf tourna- 30.
', John C. Gifford gives his own greater variety of crops at all sea- SITE LOCATED BETWEEN MOORE
:' ment were made yesterday with entries D. G. Alston, 28; H. R. Hall,22
ideas about the Everglades. They are sons of the year. HAVEN AND FISIIEATING
.' numbering 36 in the first or"A" Tom Shelley, 12; Norman A. Niel-
.. : presented here without comment to In certain parts of the state for- CREEK; 18.5III: S I I"B" '
. : flight and 16 paired for the sen, 42.
allow th News readers to see the est land through fire has been con-
,
;' flight tournament. According to :JayV.. Moran, 42; George F. Snod-
standpoint som writers take after verted into prairie. The grass lands Bids for the construction of an
the schedule of play the first roundis grass, 34.
"studying" the problems of the Everglades are constantly increasing. The beautiful 18.5 mile section of the federal nav-
to be played by Sunday night, Sept J. W. Ezelle, 36; A. L. Hackett, 24.
: His story appeared as I Natal grass from South Africais igation and flood control project in
11th, and the winners paired with R. L. Coker, 44; F. I. Hill, 36.
follows: gradually gaining a foothold. Lake Okeechobee
and the Caloosa-
other players on the second round tol I Mrs F. D. Duff, 30; W. C. Pre itt,
There are three types of land in'If' The owners of the King ranchin hatchee will be opened in Washing'ton i
I be played the following week.
,
,E ,almost every country, first, profit- Texas have imported Africander Octobr 5th. an announcement 38.E.
The fall tournament this year will R. Fontaine, 28 L. C.
; Strugess
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, .::> able agricultural land, second, strictly cattle. They would no doubt flour- from the district engineer's office at I be of greater, interest to the newcomer
forest land unfit for cultivation ish in 28.E.
South Florida just as does the Jacksonville says.
to this sport, as It is so arranged P. Shelley, 32; C. J. Lovvorn,18.
; .'" third, submarginal land, lands which famous Natal grass. In time to come This unit will be the third to be I(
as to give Mr. George of Canal
everyone an oppor- Point. 18
: ;
lJ in times of low prices for commod- we shall finally, no doubt, divide our contracted by-the federal
', ,. governmenton tunity for one of the five prizes to J. K. Mowry, 36.
ities cannot be profitably cultivated. country into three divisions
great its $9,000.000 in
project Ev
the
be awarded. Troy Puryear 28 Dr. J. L.
;, ; White,
{ The segregation of these lands is areas best fitted for grazing, areas erglades. The unit to be awarded
To allow the less
.J.\:if::>;": c.\teremcly difficult. Fair taxation best fitted for field crops and areas early next month expert players an 22.J.
covers an 18.5 opportunity to improve their J. Harrington 22
,,'>" on such is also difficult best gamesas ; Chas. E. Miner
property fitted for forests. In that way mile stretch from
Moore Haven
to the tournament both 38.Jack .
;{/ .' if not impossible. The crop is not all our land would be properly util- Fisheating progresses
creek on the west shoreof match and medal prizes are to be Barrett, of Canal Point, 18 '
; ::.2: available ;
every year in forestry and ized and the three great basic land Lake Okeechobee. The first
!- sur- given. R. N. Smith, 42.
:. for that reason the land should not industries would
; : have ample oppor-
of
the
vey route called for the Five
con- prizes will be offered in the "B" Flight
be taxed until the crop is reaped. tunity for development in their res-
The' struction of the levee along the line tournament: winner and runner up E.B.Butler, 56; A. N. Gallant, 46.
of
; segregation submarginal lands pective fields.
of the old state levee between the in both "A" and "B" flights. and an M. :B, VouMach. 56; Hoomes Rich
would be still more difficult in the The Everglades problem is at pres-
points. However, later lines were award for lowest net score in medal 48.
'-, tropics. There are certain tropical ent our worst dilemma. The factors
set up by government surveyors and Mrs. W. C. Owen, 60; Victor Blate,
crops that. thrive on what might be that enter Into it are extraordinary it play.For
is
', entirely possible that a later those players not turning in a 46.
. classed as extremely poor soils. numerous and conflicting. So far
:, line will be used to route the new score card to the handicap committee, Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, 60; Bill Bol-
; The reclamation
}
of new lands by the work done has been of little val- contract. .
F),:,' drainage and irrigation is discouraged and I, estimates were made as nearly as ton, 56. '
':i being ue although vast sums have been
i :': Two units of the federal dike project -, possible the average game the players Parker Wilson: 50; Dick VonMach,
: ; by many on the ground :spent the problem constantly increases -
' : are already well under in have been playing. .
J-tc; that more land is not needed. This I in perplexity. Much of the work way i 46.H.
" .' .: .: il: hardly fair because much of this I done has produced new difficulties this section: the first is a six mile I Below is listed the players and A. Bestor, 46, W. P. Vaughn Jr
stretch between here and Moore Haven handicap rating 46.
': '; reclaimed laud is that the without :
; :;: so good correcting old ones.
-: ',' ',' '> increased yield more than pays for :Many Florida croppers have failed ; the second unit which was recently A. Herbert Blate, 22; F. D. Duff, Mrs. E. W. Digges, 48, Harry T.

:: the cost of reclamation. awarded to the Canal Con- 30. Vaughn, 46.
; The difficulty
: : (Continued
;;;,;,,,.., with Everglades drainage is on page four) struction company, is located between W. C. Owen, 28; M. W. Bigg,36. G. H. Small, 46; W. C. Hooker 50.

:;:{> :\ that the project is enormous, the cost Lake Harbor and Bacom's Point, on

.::::1..' :: excessive, full of politics, and although the South and West shores of the
TENTATIVE
';'" :: some of it is very rich a large BUDGETIS lake.A CITY PREPARED AS LEAGUE( WINNERS!

;,:; f--- portion of it is only of medicore val- I surveying crew is now at workon

,?::-<;' ';' ue for crops with which we are at I SET BY BOARDECONOMY a section of the levee project

i\;,':,,:' : present familiar. ,: Lucie between Canal.Bacom's Point and the St. STORM PASSES BY I FACE ALL-STARS IN

/- : As in other
tropical countries, it
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<; might be possible to find' crops especially SHOWN (JIN EVERY It' has been rumored that the unit
FAR OFF FINAL EXHIBITIONPICKED
.. ': suited to this land prob- QUARTER AS COMMISSION to be advertised for October 5th will SHORE
be divided
into
", ably some tree crop.' Nothing further SLASHES EXPENSES several contracts in
' I should be done with the Ever- order to give as many men employ-
---.- ment as possible, LACK OF EXCITEMENT TEAM TO BATTLE CANE
however this SHOWNAS
glades until it has been studied by : 'rumor -
", ,.#, competent persons thoroughly familiar With general 'operating expenses has not been confirmed by the HUNDREDS PREPARETO BREAKERS HERE SUNDAY

- with tropical conditions. totaling $33,440.00 and funds set sub-office here. It is the sub office's MOVE OUTA TO END SEASON

Generally speaking, only a small aside for the retirement of bonded policy to give out no Information to t

proportion of land in the tropics can obligations of the county, the Hendry the press concerning contemplated
il activity on work. calm Clewiston returned to Two white flags tossed into the
\1'1 be classed as submarginal since trop- county commissioners adopted a tem- any work
ical soils properly treated are far porary budget at the regular monthly The project is moving along as Tuesday morning after all fear ofa Everglades base ball League Sunday

meeting at LaBelle Tuesday.- rapidly as efficiency will permit. "tropical disturbance" had passed. gave the Clewiston Cane Breakersa

The complete budget is published With reports of a disturbance, clear right to hoist the league pennant

J' : COUNTY elsewhere in this issue of the News similar to the ,one a week ago, trav- over its camp here, with the forfeiture
COMMITTEE
.:. and will be adopted by the commis- CLEWISTON SCHOOL eling about listlessly in the Atlanitc of Belle Glade to Moore Ha-

sioners at a special metting to be I creeping northward and westward ven and a cancellation of the game

;>a ;., LAUNCHES A DRIVE held for this purpose, Friday, Sep- toward the coast of Florida, Clewis- supposed to have been played here
: tember 23rd, unless sufficient protestis WILL START FALL ton and other Everglades cities stood between LaBelle and Clewiston.,

raised by tax payers. alert for indications that the furyof Threatening weather is given as a

0\ FOR SOLID TICKET The temporary budget was pre- TERM the ,sea might reach the mainland. cause, for the failure of the league

pared' by the clerk, W. T. Hull, and ON MONDAY I Precautions were taken, as windowson schedule to finish in a blaze of hotly

i .' .--- was carefully studied by the commissioners the north and east sides of the(!contested games.

_ r DEMOCRATIC, COUNCIL PLANS who lowered the clerk's esti-I LAST MINUTE : houses were boarded to prevent any In lieu of the scheduled game with

-""S .:; OPEN MEETING AT LaBELLE mates and they went over the ten- PERSONNEL CHANGE MADE IN damage that might accompany the LaBelle here Sunday a game was ar-

?fJl: :' SEPTEMBER tative budget item by item, seeking I FACULTY OF SCHOOL strong winds. Lake Okeechobeewas ranged with Kelsey City, fast east

<" ;:".;:', 20th ways of reducing the expenses of op- HERE watched to note any restlessnesson ;coast outfit. who handed the Cane
'" rating the county government. its part, while small boats were' Breakers a 3-2 drubbing, but which
/: Hendry county's Democratic Ex- Aside from the $33,440.00 for the Schools of Clewiston nd LaBelle tied to docks as a precaution. Many I I was avenged by the Breakers on

ecutive committee met Tuesday nightat general expenses of operating the will open for their fall terms Monday residents whose places of businessor Labor Day in Kelsey City.

the call of C. Hubert, county county, which includes $1500 for morning. A last miunte change in homes had been given protection I To finish up the season and allow

chair, to hear reports of the state publicity purposes the various inter- the personnel of the Clewiston facul- calmly left the lake region for citiesin ball fans here their last opportunity

meeting recently held in Jacksonvilleand est and sinking funds were cared for occured Wednesday when the county the,, ridge section of Florida. Every- of seeing the Cane Breakers in action -

atended by State Committeeman, I by placing items totaling $101,322.- board tranferred H. E. McLaughlin, thing went on in a sane, reasonable on the home diamond, a game

J. K. Baker and County Committeeman 42 to care for county bonds and the who was to have been assistant prin- manner, lacking any of the undue has been arranged between the Clew-

.-.' C. W. Mconald, and to lay definite court house bonds. An item of $1- cipal of the Clewiston school, to the 'excitement that might be expectedof iston regular team and a picked teamof

J plans to organize Hendry count I 500 is also placed on the tentative LaBelle High School. a partial evacuation from a terri- players from the Intra-city league.

ty Democrats to keep the county in budget for paying outstanding in-I At 'a late hour yesterday M. G. tory. Early Tuesday morning a few The line-up for this All-Star game,

the solid Democratic columns. !debtedness. I Langford, principal of the Clewiston I white persons and a crowd of negro which will be played here Sunday afternoon -

To'provide for a vice chairman to school had ,not arrived at a decisionas laborers, estimated at 400, were at has not been officially announced

act in the absence of Chairman Hubert -I to the assistant principal fort the the A. C. L. station here waiting the by C. E. Minor, manager.
Cy. L. Couch, of LaBelle FLORIDA NEGROES PLAN EXHIBIT school here. There I
was are
many applications departure of a special train the rail- Indications are that a line-up has
elected vice chairman of the county on file with the local trustees road officials had sent from Lakelandto been arranged that will give the reg-

organization.It I and it is highly probable that the I take out any persons who desired ulars a stiff battle to keep from

was readily agreed that no fear DeLand, Fla., Sept 7-The Flor- place will be filled by some compe-I jto I I leave the section: until all thoughtof i ending the season with a black markon :

was held that all state and national I da commission of a Century of Progress tent person in order to have the danger was dismissed from their their record sheet for the final

nominees would be given sweeping I exposition to be held in Chi- Clewiston school open Monday morn- minds. Laughter and humor stood game.

majorities in the general election to cago next year, is considering the ing with a full corps of teachers. out as the large number of negroes The problem of pitchers seems to
li
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in mind the county committe started I calculated to show the millions who ton Saturday and has spent this week take "a free ride to Sebring and has Parkinson, Junior Thomas,

plans to center all efforts on nomi- i are expected to visit ,the world's fair in mapping out a course of study best icturn." As precaution, the A. C. L. R. N. Smith, Pete Peterson, John
nees for local offices, however, the fitted to the school and in //officials and few others his list
what the negroes of the state are doing making sent a special train offrE'ight Mowry, a on
committeemen expressed their intention in the way of advancing them- class assignments for the-high school cars here, under the supervision of prospects for the coming game.

of letting no stone go unturned selves from every point of view, agriculturally structors. of L. E. Covin, trainmasterof However, it is espected that no one

to carry the county solidlyfor particularly. The Felda school opened last Monday the Lakeland division. with ordersto man will be sent to the mound for

their "party "from president to Conferences are being held with with an enrollment of 74 pupils. take all who wished to go. It the All-Stars for more than three in-

constables., I I recognized representatives of the was understood that the railroad! nings, but the brunt of handling the
A general meeting has been called I I race with a view toward determining LEGION POST TO MEET would furnish transportation backto regulars will be divided among all

for Tuesday September: 20, at which I the form the exhibit shall take. r---- this section when the winds were I i available pitching material.

y'''' time invitations are extended to all Regular monthly meeting of the passed. Official weather reports received From the ranks of the non-regu-

dY candidates who participated in the WEATHER REPORT I Clewiston Post of the American Le- at 9:30 Tuesday morning lars is to he found batsmen who, will

I 1: June primaries for suggestons as to Clowiston II gion will be held here Tuesday night showed the futilness of leaving the make the regular line-up look: to its

how better to carry on the campaignfor I September 20th, it was announced lake section. and the train did not laurel in this closing game of the
the party. Day Max. Min. Rain here this week.
I The location of the run. season.
Rains in LaBelle and the western Monday 88 72 1.28 meeting has not been announced. Wednesday morning found practically I The business manager of the Cane
part of the county yesterday after Tuesday 83 77 1.07 I A large attendance
of Legionnaires all residents returned to their Breakers frankly admits the financial ,
noon and last night kept a numberof Wednesday 87 72 .11'is requested. homes in this section, windows un- success of the ball club has not

party workers from attending the Thursday! 88 69 .98 I boarded and business progressing as been as good as was expected. "We

meeting. Friday 89 77 REGISTRATION BOOKS OPEN usual. have a small deficit instead of a
Those at the preparation meeting Saturday 87 79 Registration books I ana
were sent to small balance In the treasury, we
were: C. Hubert, C. L. Couch, C. W. !Sunday 88 78 .12 various precincts in the county by hope we can retire this season with

McDonald, D. W. Small, H. L. De- I -'Mrs. Alice Curry Bailey, registration With bids called for another sec- that deficit made up. A small ad-

laney, W. W. Hayes, E. L. Stewart, Rainfall for week .......................3.56 officer, Tuesday and will remain in tion of the federal dike project on mssion will be charged for Sunday's

C. E. Miner. :J. K. Baker and C. J. Previous rainfall ......;................33.89 I charge of the district deputies until the lake, we see a dream of years game. but it will well be worth the

Lovvorn Total to date ......:.:...'...:...........37.45 early next month, she said fast becoming a reality I admission price," he says.









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TWO TIlE CLEWISTOX NEWS FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1933


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headed for the mainland of Florida, REDUCTION OF COUNTIES FLORIDA BUTTERFLY AUTHORITY -

The Clewiston CJ\&W5, there were many friends throughout IN PARIS

the state who slood by to render assistance ; :;goo Late With the talk of reducing the

Published every Friday in Clewiston, to any who might have been number of counties In the state at DeLand, Fla., Sept. 7-J. A. MacKintosh -

Florida by the CLEWISTON NEWS, In need.In the next session of the legislature superintendent of exhibits

Inc. Sebring, where in 1928, hundreds 0 Classify going the rounds of newspapers of for Florida, at a Century of Progress ....l-

of refugees from the lake nec-< the state, arguments on either side exposition in Chicago, has a letter

Entered as second class matter, Uon took up their temporary abodein By RUSSELL KAY are being presented. From the from J. Harold Matteson who Is now

February 1. 1927, at the Post Officeat this lower ridge city, there was an Secretary, Florida PrtM Aswd'oa Monticello News, we gleam the following In Paris as the representative of

Clewiston, Florida, under the Act< organization formed to care for any discussion: Florida, by appointment by Governor

of March 3, 1897.A resident of the Everglades who And now if Congress would really; "There Is a movement on foot Carlton, at the International conven-

might have been driven out of his: like to DO SOMETHING for the headed by C. L. Waller, newly elect tion of entomologists, outlining his

newspaper devoted to the best home by stormy weather. Those' ed representative of Leon county, work and adding that he will soon
country
they ought to secure permis-
Interests of Hendry County, Florid! people did not wait to see whether sion from the copyright owners to to reduce the number of counteis be back to take up the work of get-

Its leading newspaper. or not there was actual danger. print a few million copies of William from67 to 30, making each new coun- ting together an exhibit for the Flor-

When the report first came that Pickett Helm's ty on a basis of about 50,000 popula- ida section of the world's fair.
new book "Wash-
Subscription rate: per year$2.00 there was even a possibility that high! ington's Swindle Sheet," and maila tion as a minimum. It Is thought that Professor Matteson is a member of

Outside of State of Florida ......$2.50 winds might sweep across Lake Okee- copy to every American taxpayer. this reduction In number of counties the faculty of the University of Miami -

chobee they made it known that'theyhad will greatly decrease the taxpayers' and is a world-wide authorityon
Boy it's a whoop, not much sex
Advertising rates furnished on ap- already formed an organization; burden. I butterflies as well as other in-
appeal, but what a love story. It
plication. to come Into the Everglades to render "While this would mean a great sects. He will have one of the most
vibrates with
the heart throbs of
assistance. This organization: Congressmen and saving In governmental expenses yet remarkable exhibits of the brilliantly
Senators for their
Business office, Clewiston News,I has been formed since the days in constitutents. And will it develop a we have some doubts as to the ad-I colored members of the butterfly

Clewiston, Florida. Editorial and 1928 when lives were lost and pro- lot of red faces. visability of such a measure. It tribe at Chicago, Mr. Mackintoshsays.

' Advertising, same. I perty damaged about the lake. It I is Say. if they would just arrange .would greatly increase the army of '

I headed by Allen Altvater, SebrIngfire unemployed. This measure would Plans are now being made for the
a joint session of the House and
chief, who by the way, is one of cause more disturbance and ill will I accommodation of this and similar
Telephone 339. Senate and hire a guy like Lowell
the most civic-spirited citizens in among the people, of different counties exhibits in the Florda bulding.
Thomas or Graham McNamee to readit <
that live-wire cty. Sebring offered I aloud a seat in the gallery wouldbe < than almost anything you could I

The three "R's" of America has itself as a haven for the Everglaclers devise, and in these times the people
worth more than a seat on the
been changed to "Repeal, Repression We had no damage. No high! Stock must work together, without strifein
Exchange and they'd take in
and Roosevelt." winds. No crop loss from winds. I their own ranks to pull Florida df'
to balance
enough the.National Bud-
oTU11X But we did have a kindly feeling toward -: get. through."It T&Ss month Goodyear

YOUR EYES TO TILE SOIL those true friends who stood< i would be almost impossibleto its 29O bultf
Imagine the mighty cheer that ctllllonth tireDON'T
by ready to give assistance had any; establish new boundary lines and
would shake the rafters when it was
No less an authority than Roger: been needed. We are as grateful to( : new names for the counties. Every
learned
that, with economy and the<
Babson. renowned statician, says; them as though we had needed and< county has its own organization and { .
public welfare ever in mind, one rep- r
that current indications are that recovery i had acepted their hospitality.Drat resentative has something for which it is noted
struggled through the
may come first in the agri- which distinguishes it from every
year 1931 on Listerine Tooth Paste
cultural sections, just as agriculturewas this rain! It's liable to make and that he might save the tax- other county and of which it is very \

the first to be hit by the. de- prosperity skid on the corner. payers that three dollars. proud, even though that somethingbe

pression.In just a name.
a Then another with a head on him
speaking of agriculture, Mr "Such a division would make
We hope all the sane precautions! got by with three bottles of Glover's
Babson does not limit his use of the more large counties and fewer small
used recently in Florida with the< Mange Cure, at a dollar and eighty;
term to the narrow sense of grow- counties, in proportion. It would
Atlantic gales don't turn out to bea < cents, where the services of a ton-
and table stuffs, give the larger counties domi-
of vegetables more
ers "
case of "Wolf, Wolf, should high satorial artist would have been much]
tilt broadens' out by including such nation in the legislature and would > '
winds actually reach the coast. more costly.
commodities as butte'r, cattle, cheese, enable them more easily to take the
Another case of personal sacrificewas
o
cotton, eggs, hides hogs, lard, raw I lion's share, as they frequently do,
When a motion picture operator: the time a few of the boys wenton
it the little doesn't
sugar and wheat. county organize
is working he's a plain operator but their Christmas vacation, contenting -
Just as sure as prices continue to prevent it.
when he goes on a strike he's a pro- themselves with individual
their upward trend a greater purchasing "We believe in and sincerely fight
Pullman
jectioaalist. drawing rooms'at double
power will be given to the : for every sane reduction possible,
railroad fare both ways., when they;
American people and the dollars will -0- county and state. We know that "
might just as well have had a Pri-
be put in circulation. Already prices After the white man stole the In- there is enormous extravagance in L1t
vate Car.
have started their upward swing, dian's land, the women came along the county governments. We feel

and it is generally believed by com- and grabbed off his war paint, says Then that fishing trip to Minn that they can and will be remediedas I
esotta only cost the taxpayers $1-
petent authorities that the bottom of the Times-Union. soon as' possible. The people are ;
J83.67, including boat hire, guides:
the depression has been reached. We o demanding it. We know that the
and tackle. They shopped'around I
may now refer to it in the past HOW TO KlEAT THE MARKET: cost of state government has been n, G ti. ,
and got three sinkers for 15c and a ;
tense since the most trying times pyramided beyond all reason./ That oaZ
spoon hook for $1.25. The bill for '
are past into history. A study of During the depression there hasn't one gubernatorial term should cost 0
mineral water was only $3 and there r
the Babson chart, with prices plot- been anything special about ,the more than the four terms precedingit
were three in the party.
ted as to lows and highs, shows that drug store business to keep it out is just preposterous. From this
Few people realize the pitiful allowance -
butter has advanced 29 per cent from of the rut. Yet. one of the biggest alone we can see where an enormous
a Congressman or Senator
the low point in 1932 already. Cattle factors in that business has managedto saving can be made.
has .for traveling expenses, only 40(
likewise show a 29 per cent increaseover : do so. How? Well, in the semiannual "We believe that ,sufficient reduc-
cents per mile. An ordinary citizencan
the low point. Cotton, king of report of Drug, Incorporated tour the country in a parlor carat tion can_ be made in the county and drive on thin;

the South, stands well up in increase the: treasurer, in giving stockholders state government without changingthe' '"
lOc, a mile, but for some reason tires this Fall :t.
showing a gain of 41 per cent over the good news that their dividends divisions of the state and caus- ;
a poor unfortunate representative of:
the low ebb of 1932. Raw sugar, would be maintained, gives credit ing strife among the people of the and Winter. With tire 'r
the people needs 30c more.
the chart shows, is 20 per cent up, for his concern's prosperity to "the state. In our mind such a reductionin prices so low It doesn't
But why should we get all hopped -
eggs 26 per cent, hogs 33 per cent, corporation's: policy to maintain a the number of counties wouldbe to take chances.
up about that, during 1931 the pay
cheese 12 per cent, and lard a gainof consistent: expenditure in advertising an almost impossible measure to
Washington 'Swindle Sheets only cost Come Jn-get our liberal
8 per cent over the lowest point for its products." pass through the legislature."
taxpayers a little over $226.000 for offer for old tir .
reached in 1932. So the company continues to pay your 3.
each session in the
a mere drop
Some will attribute the price in- dividends where others have failed The Liberty party seeks electionof Wc'U do everything
bucket, or should I say POCKET.
crease to "bolstered up Republicanprosperity" and those who bought the stock as "Coin" Harvey for president. The era to help get:those
Anyhow take my advice and don't you
; and will claim we are an investment have just that instead rest of us certainly seek liberationof
read the Washington Swindle Sheetif thin risky tires oft'your
still on the down swing of the price of a headache. It's one of the strong coin, or greenback, it makes no

perdulum. Other' pessimists will spots In the stock exchange list, petty graft gets on your nervesor difference.The car. We'll, make a piopcsition -
have weak heart.
you a
,*athe: figures are untrue and are selling in the upper 40's and on its o to you on the

uu',lished with the idea of giving way to $50 a share. It pays $1.00 And I see where a fellow named smiling, happy faces of Clewis- world's greatest tire for'

fo se information to the public to quarterly[ dividend, the interest yield ton children will be on hand Monday
Waite is fixin' to run against Senator safety long life: and
trick them into spending their hoarded at 50 being 8 per cent. During when school starts. Some people ,
Fletcher for the United States Senate
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funds and thus artificially stim- the sinking spell early in the sum- might say they are smiling and happybut eronomy-the Goody..t'AIJ
on an independent ticket. Well
ulate business. Regardless of the mer when the panic was at its worstit ask the kids. -'V ea ther. Don't take
;lit you ask me, he might just as well
cause of the tendency of the pendu- sold under $25 and at that price o chances on thin risky
wait right where he is because he ,
lum of business to start its upward smart buyers got a 16 per cent investment Well after all the publicity they
ain't goin' no place. Habit is a tires. Come in-see us.
swing, it seems to have swung, and which is as safe as they got from the announcement of their
powerful force and most folks will
that is, after all, the most importantto ome-as long as the stockholder intentions, Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Valee,
look, for ,that familiar name on every
us. Public confidence is fast be- sees the company's ads in the paper. have decided they' do not need a divorce -
ballot like Lifetime
just they've been taughtto
ing restored; people are willing to When he. doesn't is a good time to to keep in the public eye. Guaranteed '
look for it on every bottle, and
branch out into new forms of endeavor sell. o ,.
when the votes are counted it willbe
; money is being placed in circula- Among other concerns which have A MERCHANT CONFESSES
the same old CASTORIA. Childrencry _
tion and it will be only a short time maintained their dividends during rAn '
for it they don't want to published )
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before all will feel its stimulatingeffect. the depression and earned more than YAITE. unusual statement A Bargain

enough to pay them, are the big some time ago in the News-Gazette

If the normal trend of prices con- tobacco companies which manufacture And I see where Glenn B. Skipperis Champaign, Ill., signed by E." L. Mar O DYEAR.

tinue through this month and Octo- ; the popular. brands. They all dock, head of a former leading lad-
gonna run for Congressman-at SPEEDWAY(
ber, when farmers in the middle advertise, regularly and generously, ies' ready to wear store, which had
Large or somethin', maybe he thinks
west are receiving receipts from their and it is noteworthy that the stock we'd rather send him to Washington closed its doors to avoid being 'iSupertwist Cord Tires

"money crops" the purchasing powerof quotations which have made the thrown in bankruptcy.In .
and let him stay there instead of
the American people will have largest gains from the low point are lavin' him commutin' back and forth this statement the merchantset As low as

reached a sound basis for the new those which advertise most consist- forth the principal reasons for
all the time.
ently. American Tobacco (Luckies) the store's failure to maintain the
year.The Then he would probably have justas
wounded giant of business has is up some 40 points from its low prestige and prosperity it had enjoyed -
much influence with Mr. Roosevelt
been down. We all agree on that. of 44, almost 100 per cent. Liggettand in times past. He said:
and a Democratic "administration as Each In Pairs
He is now struggling to rise to his :Myers (Chesterfields) is up to "Perhaps the greatest contributing -
he ever had with Mr. Hoover and
feet again. But as he makes one at- around 60 from a low 35. a gainof cause is the fact that four years
the G. O. P. anyhow, it's a cinch heouldn't
tempt after another he is beset bya roughly 70 per cent. Lorillard ago our firm, because we thoughtthe Price Each
: possibly have any LESS. Full of in Tubes
myriad of Lilliputian pessimistswho (Old Golds) has almost doubled from rate too high, discontinued all Oversize Each Pairs _

seek to bind his massive sinews a low of $9 and Reynolds (Camels) advertising in the News-Gazette. We 30s3Hn .a. 53.39 53.30 9.86

'with thousands of cords of unharmo- -which made the mistake of taking With Khaki Shirts, Black Shirts tried other forms of advertising to
1.50-20.___ 3.69 3.7'1 .91L50.21
nious statements. a partial advertising holiday in an and Shirtless organizations being supplant the NewsGazette but found
___ 3.95 3.03 .91
Don't be a Lilliputian pessimist. effort to ride the momentumhasgained formed, merchants are more interested none effective. Our business continued -
4.15-19_ 4.63 4.50 .94
Get behind the wounded giant and only 10 points from a low in the formation of a New on the downgrade. Seeminglyour

help him to his feet. of 26. Shirt parade.In friends had forgotten us. The 4.75-20_ 4.70 4.57 .91

4.85 4.7 1.00
8.00-t9_
There are a lot of systems for playing o fault was ours.

President Rubio of Mexico resigned. the stock market-all of them a way we are glad one of the III every city and town there are 5.M-20_ 4.95 4.80 1.14

Quite unusual for a Mexican about equally valueless. But it would "tropical disturbances" was felt in I stores which have made the serious 8.01)-21_ S.15 4.98 1.1'

president to go out all in one piece.o seem that the one of watching the the North. At least people will now mistake to which Mr. Mardock confesses 1'.25-18_ 5.S 5.39 1.02 I "

newspapers for ads would be all realize they are so named because of in such a manly fashion. Cub Prices Other Sizes in

FRIENDS STAND BY right. All an investor-or a speculator their origin and not on account of People look to their newspaperfor Pr rttonSngarland

for that matter-has to do is to their destination. their store news. No amount of

According to our definition of theword. note whether the concern whose securities o handbills, circulars, sign-boards or

: friend means more than a he holds is keeping up its Hendry county commissioners cut other devices can take the place of ServiceStatIoll

mere acquaintance, or one attachedto adve tising. If it is, hang on,; there'ill next year's budget to the minimum. the newspaper that goes into the

another by affection. It means one ", be dividends coming and a profit Now that's getting somewhere on home and is read by every memberof

who stands by to come to the res- on the deal. If not, get out, and I taxation problems. the family. Bradford County

cue in case aid is needed. The lake make some money by selling the 0. Telegraph.

section has plenty of friends. stock short. It will nine times out With Gene Tunney touring the nation -

This week when once again, we of ten, which is just about 100 percent I making political speeches many Hail to the Clewiston Cane Breakers -

heard stories of a tropical disturbance more than other systems will a good Southerner has changed his Champions of the Everglades

blowing. across' the. Atlantic, and. rork,-Ft. Myere News-Press, )!I mind about the long count League CLEWI6TOX, FLORIDAPAGE
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Personal Mention I Ih. I The Restocking fish hatchery Gamo at Welika Fish the Rules Given ForTorameDt back With man's haircloth Try greatest Resin furniture need is coming non-

I only one now in operation by this skid pants.

department, has a full time superintendent -

and during the season em- Reward of Merit
.. W. E. Cook of Tampa, was a
iness visitor in Clewston bus-I: I ploys from six to eight laborers. The Girls who retire at half past ten,

hatchery produces from a million Play Are loved by their parents and elderly -

Mr. and Mrs Milton Crouch were :and a quarter!) to a million and a half men.
I fingerlings for restocking fresh water -
night.
visitors in Pahokee Sunday
Each
In His Turn
: lakes and streams with game
I MATCH AND :MEDAL: PLAY Rosie: Aren't you getting Jimmie
Mr. and Mrs. Norman A. Neilson fish.The one stroke penalty, except on drive.. and Bill confused?
spent the week end in Tampa with !I department has an appropriation Tournament opens,, September 10th 6. Balls in water hazard. Drop
Mary: Yes, I get Jimmie confusedone
friends. I of $50,000 for replanting oyst- and :finals will be played October,I ball immediately behind hazard. One
night and Bill the next.
ers, passed in 1929 but most of this 9th, 1932. stroke: penalty.

Miss Mary\ Kline and Miss Mig- appropriation has not yet been spent. 1. This tournament is a combina- 7. Lost balls-Player is allowed An Injurious Fork

nonne St. Martin spent the weekendin About $2,200 was used last year tion match and medal play event. five minutes search. Drop ball over "What's happened, George?" she

West Palm Beach. and about $12,000 will be .used this Players eliminated from match play shoulder as near as possible where asked her husband who got out of

T year. The means provided for repay- will continue to play eighteen holes player thinks ball was lost. Penalty, the car to investigate.

ing this appropriation is a tax of each week for a total of 72 holes to one stroke'. "Puncture," he replied briefly.
Mrs. W. P. Vaughn, sr., Mrs. H.
T. Vaughn and children spent a few three cents a barrel on oysters. Thereis compete for the medal play trophy.All 8. Balls in rough must be playedas "You ought to have been on the
,an additional tax of two cents a matches to be played to the end they lie. Only dead. loose trash look-out for that" was the helpful
days of this week ,in Sebring. '
barrel on oysters for the planting of 18 holes so that in event the player can be removed. Player is not allowed remark. You remember the guide

fund of which about $2,100 is still is later eliminated from match to take club and cut weeds or told you there was a fork in the

Mrs.' Roy Green and son spent the on hand to be used. play he will have complete score for grass nor have caddy hold limbs out road."

early part of the week in Plant City Recently the department has replanted medal competition.The of his way. Penalty, loss of hole. I I

visiting relatives. 54,000 barrels of live oyst- two players entering finalsin 9. Do not ground club in sand i.I for ,two years, and those from the odd

ers from overcrowded bars to more the match play event will not be traps. Penalty, loss of hole years numbered, and districts thereafter shall the serve terms for shall four

Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Fontaine and favorable' bottoms in Apalachicola eligible for the medal trophy.All Note: Players will please smoothout be four years The powers, duties and

Troy Puryear were visitors in Pa- Bay. scores must be turned in on footprints after playing out of compensation of such County Commis-
sioners shall be
prescribed by law.
j hokee Sunday night The income of the Shell Fish Com- or before October 8, 1932. sand traps.

mission is derived from licenses of All cards must be signed and 'attested 10. No stymies,will be played. A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an

.E. E. Kelly and C. J. Lovvorn attended Wholesale and retail fish dealers, by participants of the tour.-; 11. Greens number one and six Amendment to Section 2 and to Sec-

a meeting of the county com- fish boats, leasing of oyster bottoms nament. are under construction. Ball on new tion 4 of Article V of the Constitu-

missioners at LaBelle Tuesday.' and the barrel tax which is used in 2. lIATCHESThe first round ly constructed part of either of these tion of Department.BE Florida Relating. to the Judiciary -

i replanting. Retail fish dealer's licenses matches will be made up by drawing. greens MUST be lifted and placed on IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLATURE -

Mrs. C. W. McDonald. Mrs. J. K. are' $5.00; and wholesale, $50- Flayers will arrange the time of play. putting surface at the points indicated IDA: OF THE STATE OF FLOR-

Mowry and :Mrs. H. R. Hall spent 00. The minimum for a fishing boatis All matches must be finished on or by markers. No penalty. That the following amendment to

,: :Monday and Tuesday visiting friends $1.05 and for a sponge boat $4.05. before the dates posted on the flight 12. Handicaps will be threefourthsof Section of the 2 Constitution and to Section of the 4 of State ArticleV of

and relatives in Orlando. card. the difference in handicap ratingfor Florida be, and the same Is herebY-
Protecting the Food Supply 3. FAIRWAYS- The fairway is match play. For medal play full agreed to, and shall be submitted to
the electors of the State of Floridaat
Mrs. Evelyn Pace and Miss Beat- the area mowed by lawn mower. A handicap is allowed. the next general election to be heldon
rice Ketl! left Wednesday for Miami Some of the functions of the de- player may improve his lie in the 13. All matches will be 18 holes, the first Tuesday after the first

where they will remain for a week partment are preventing spongers fairway provided he his more than a except finals, which will be 36 holes. fication Monday in November, 1932, for rati-
or rejection.
visiting frinds.C. from operating in forbidden terri- club length from a, bunker. In case of tie at the end of 18 Section 2. The Supreme Court shall

tory, inspecting oysters to prevent 4. Balls on a bunker or within a holes, the match will proceed with- consist of seven (7) Justices who shall
be elected by the qualified electorsof
F. Trainor returned to Clewis- undersized from being taken and club length of foot of bunker must out handicap until tie is broken- the State at the time and placesof

ton Tuesday night after having spent apprehending stop netters and other be played without improvement. except semi-finals and finals.In voting for members of the Legislature -
The term of office of each Justice
the week end in Daytona Beach. violators of the state fishing laws. 5. Balls driven into small drainson case of tie on finals an extra shall be six years. The terms of-

The department functions only in fairways, except on' No. 1 and No. 18 hole match with handicap will be office of the six Justices now consti-

-- D. G. Alston and :M. G. Langford respect to ,commercial fishing ex- 7 fairways may be dropped hack. No played. be tuting affected the by Supreme this amendment.Court shall Their nit

attended a meeting of the county cept for its fish hatchery operations penalty. On numbers one and seven, 14.' Any question not specifically successors shall be elected in the'same

school board in LaBelle Wednesday which are designed to replenish sup- ball may be played as it lies or maybe covered by the above rules will be manner and at the same time and
places a3 required by the Constitution
plies of game fish.E. lifted back behind the drains with governed by the U. S. G. A. rules. before this amendment. Upon the ratification !-

Bill Robinson was a visitor in La- C.. Strickland is state shell fish of this amendment it shall he
--- the duty of the Governor to appoint
Belle Saturday night.. commissioner. The department is a I one additional Justice of the Supreme
division of the state department of thee. Court and he shall hold office from
The assembling of the people and NOTICE OF ELECTIONWHEREAS the date of his appointment until Tues-
Mrs. H. A. Land and son and Miss agriculture under Nathan Mayo, but day after the first Monday In January,
Marcia Avant spent Monday in Ft. its offices are separate and locatedon the journeys were guided largely by 1935, and whose successor shall be
Myers. two silver trumphets as described in -- elected at the general election In 19:?-Ito
second floor of the capitol
the
hold office for a term of six years
Numbers 10:2, "Make two trumphetsof The Legislature of 1931,
r- building in the south wing. beginning Tuesday after the first Mon-
silver that thou them under the Constitution of 1885 of the day in 1935 and thereafterthe
:Mr. and Mrs. Fred Topper and son ; mayest use January ,
The only contribution made to the State of Florida, did pass two Joint successors of the Justices of the
Ed Clarke spent Monday night in shell fish commission from general for the calling of the assembly, and Resolutions proposing amendments to Supreme Court ,shall be elected at the
Fort Myers where they went to meet for the journeying of the camps." the Constitution of the State of Flor- general election next preceding tho
taxation consists of the replanting ida, and the same were agreed to bya expiration of their terms of office res-
The of these
Raymond Clarke who returned to uses trumphets are nam-
vote of three-fifths of all the mem-
appropriation of which about $15- pectively, except in case of an electionto
Clewiston for a visit. ed in verses 3-10 of this tenth chap- bers elected.to each house: that the fill an unexpired term of a Justice
000. will be used through this year. ter. You will be interested by read- votes on said J.int Resolutions were whose term of office may have become
entered their respective Journals
is in the natureof upon vacant.
Mrs., D. Laner left Saturday for This appropriation ing those verses. with the yeas and nays thereon and Section 4. The Supreme Court may
New Orleans where she will visit a loan and is being repaid from "And they departed from the mount they did determine and direct that the hear, consider and ,determine (laU e3
said Joint Resolutions be submitted
the barrel tax on oysters. I to and exercise all its powers and juris-
}!D friends for a few months before returning of the Lord three days' journey: the electors of the State at the Gen- diction as a single body in which casea
ifl',; to Clewiston. and the ark of the covenant of the I eral Election in November 1932. majority of the members of the
NOW, THEREFORE I, R, A. GRAY
I Court shall constitute a quorum :for
Lord went before them in the three
Secretary of State of the State of Flori-
the dispatch of business, or it may
Herbert S. Thomas, jr. returned to unbap cbooI1Lesson days' journey, to search out a rest-I da, do hereby give notice that a exercise its powers and jurisdiction In
Clewiston Wednesday from a short ing place for them. And the cloud GENERAL ELECTION two divisions, under such regulationas
I I will be held in each In Florida may be determined by the Court
of the Lord was them by day county
visit with his parents in Norfolk, Va. upon on Tuesday next succeeding the first Each division shall consist of threw
''Va. when they went out of the camp. Monday in November. A. D. 1932, the members of the Court and the Chief
I( Justice who shall virtue of his
by
And it came to pass when the ark said Tuesday being the
position 'as Chief Justice be a memberof
set forward that Moses said rise EIGHTH DAY OF 2YOVE3IKEU each division and the
Mr. and Mrs. H. ,A. Bestor and judgment
sons returned to Clewiston Mondayfro FOR SUNDAY, SEPT. 11th, 1932 up, Lord, and let thine enemies be I for the ratification or rejection of the either Division concurred in blall:
said Joint Resolutions proposing the members of such Division shall be
ma visit of several weeks spentin scattered; and let them that hate.. amendments to the Constitution of the the judgment of the Court. The con
Minnesota. Subject: Israel journeying toward thee flee before thee. And State of Florida, viz: currence of a majority of the members
Canaan. of the Court shall be necessary to a
rested, he said. Return, 0 Lord, unto decision and judgment of the Court,
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Prewitt and Golden Text: "Come thou with us the many thousands of Israel." I A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing to whether the Court is sitting in two
will do thee good Numbers Amend Section 5 of Article S of the divisions or when acting as a single
and ,
we The first stop of the Israelites
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Downs and Miss Constitution of the State of Florida body.
Bonciel Stone spent the week-end 10:29. was in the wilderness, of Paran, Relating to County Commissioners.BE All capital cases, all cases Involving
visiting at Miami Beach. i Lesson Text: Numbers 10:1.1-36.. which extended from southwest of; IT RESOLVED BY THE LHGIS- the determination of State or Federal
LATURK OF THE STATE OF FLOR- Constitutional questions and such oth-
It was now about a year since the i the Dead Sea to the territory imme- IDA: er cases as may be directed by the
diately surrounding Siani. It was That Section 5 of Article 8 of the Court shall be determined by the
Miss Eleanor Wintle returned to Israelites left Egypt, most of which
of Florida,
Constitution of the State
Court acting as a single body.
Clewiston Tuesday after spendingthe time they had been encamped at Mt. the scene of most of the wanderingsof relating to County Commissioners, be The Chief Justice shall preside over
week-end n Ft. Myers with herparents. Sinani. Israel after they turned back and the same is hereby amended and each Division and over the Court act
from entering Canaan on the south. as amended is agreed to and shall be ing as a single body and when tho
Our lesson is taken from the book submitted to the electors of the Stateof Chief Justice is disqualified or is absent -
o A writer says, "God's means for Florida at the general election of I or is disabled from any cause
I "Numbers, of which a large partis pointing out the way for us are not Representatives to be' held In 1932 for i the Justice oldest in point of service
occupied with various laws, but I approval or rejection. Said Section 5 present and qualified shall preside:
HISTORY FLORIDA'SI it also contains, besides ,the incidentsof the same always'for different personsor of Article 8, as amended shall readas over the entire Court and each dIvis-
even for the same person over follows: ion thereof until the disability of the
our lesson, the accounts of the decent Section 5. Immediately upon the rat- Chief Justice Is removed.
the years; the cloudy pillar showed ification of this amendment, the county ..
of the quails, of Miriam's leprosy --
the way for Israel, but it may be a. conjmissioncrs of the several counties
STATE TAX DOLLARBY The votes cast in compliance with
the journey of the spies through of this State shall divide their respec-
small voice or even only a deep im- said proposed amendments and tho
tive counties into five commissIoners'dIstricts
Canaan. the rebellion of Korah, Da-
declarations and returns thereof
pression, for us. God's guidancewill to be numbered respect- canvass -
than, and Abiram, the death of Mi- shall be subjected to the same
ively from one to five, inclusive, and
however
be clear and
JOHN KILGOREThe riam, the sin of Moses and Aaron, each district shall be as nearly as possible regulations and restrictions as are provided -
ory for' the willing 'soul." satisract-I in to population by law' for general elections in
equal proportion
the death of Aaron, the story of the the State of Florida.IN .
It is thought that and thereafter there shall be in each
Shell Fish CommissionOne fiery serpents, the story of Balaam. of such districts a county commissioner TESTIMONY WHEREOF,
the choice of Joshua, to succeed Mo- with the Israelites and gave them who shall be 'elected by the qualIfied I have hereunto set my
of the departments of the the benefit of his experience in the electors of said county at the hand and affixed the Gre.it:
ses, and other events of the wilder- time and place of voting for other (SEAL) Seal of the State of Flor-
state government which employs few ness wanderings. desert.In county officers, and shall hold his office da, at Tallahassee, the Capital -
and costs the state less is the Shell judges 4-11 we have "Hobabthe for four years; provided, however this the 1st day of
Fish Commission. Many believe that "And it came to pass in the twen- father-in-law of Moses." and in that the County Commissioners electedin August, A. D. 1932.
GRAY.Secretary ,
the general election in 1932 from the R. A.
each state department has scores of tieth day of the second month, in Judges '1:16 the descendants of ,"Mo- even numbered districts, shall serve of State.

stenographers and clerks who do lit- the second year, that the cloud was ses' father-in-law" dwelling with the
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taken from off the tabernacle of r
tle aside from chew gum and look up Israelites; but it is said that the --

out the windows. It will, no doubt, the testimony And the children of words translated "father-in-law" and

be surprising to learn that aside Israel took their journeys out of the "brother-in-law," were some times Your
from the commissioner there are in wilderness of Siani: and the cloud used interchangeable. The "Kenites"i Eat Where II

Ms office in Tallahassee just three rested in the wilderness of Paran." mentioned in Judges were descend

persons. These are his secretary, You will recall the pillar of cloud ants of the "Habab" whom Moses Friends EatYour

clerk and bookkeeper. Records are I and, the pillar of fire, as mentionedin asked to go with them.

kept of all licenses in ,the fish, oyster Exodus. 9:20, 21, given as a guide Note that the plea of Moses did

shrimp and sponge industries, Including and protection to Israel. In verses not rest on the goodness of Canaan .
a record of all boats used. 14-28 of our lesson chapter the orderof but on the goodness of God. He was friends have tried the Sugarland Cafe and they

Other than the employes listed the march of the Israelites is giv-I I inviting Hobab to join God's people, enjoyed the delicious home cooked foods. You, too, will

"'-r" above the shell fish commissioner en. When all was ready Moses urg- not an emigration party. "Come," I
"\ has eight deputies and 'a superin- ed his brother-in-law, thus: "Moses he said, "and put yourself under the enjoy the food served here at a price you can afford.

tendent: of the fish hatchery. The said unto Hobab the son of Raguelthe divine promise." That is still the .

deputies are equipped with automo- llidianiteloses' father-in-Iaw'l legitimate invitation of the church. Why worry about 'cooking your own meals when
biles and trailers on which' they carry we are journeying unto the place of i "Come and take a share n God's II.you II.
boats with fast outboard motors. which the Lord said, I will give it: promise extended to his people"- can get them here at the cheapest price.SUGARLAND J JI

With good roads they are thus ableto you: come thou with us and we will: that is the church's invitation, and

reach a point near the location do thee good: Leave us not, I pray the only one that has weight. In

they plan to inspect or where a violation -, thee: forasmuch as thou knowcst our Christain era it means, "Come CAFE

of the fishing laws exist. It how we are to encamp in the wilderness and receive an interest in the sal-
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is the duty of these seasons on commercial -\ and thou mayest be to us instead vation won for us by our Lord Jesus I

fishing and to prevent unlicensed of eyes: And it shall be, if Christ." Building
Hopkins
Mrs. Mary Stokes Prop.
persons, many from out of thou go with us, yea, It shall be, Jesus said. "Come unto me,' all yo ,

the stale, from. engaging In the. flab, : that what goodness the Lord shall that labour and are heavy laden. --,. -
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:MIAMI WRITER PANS GLADES to coast is now nothing but a flower WEATHER REPORT NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS Highway Bond, Interest and Sinking.
Notice is hereby given that the Board Pond -
IX HIGHLY PUBLICIZES STORY bed. This canal should hug the Liberty: Point of County Commissioners of Hendry 1 Interest on $380,000.00 _22560.00
southern shore of the lake. Day Max. Min. Rain County, Florida, has prepared, as required 2 Bonds maturing ___ 8000.00
by Law, the following: estimates 3 To retire bonds not matured -
On the south side of this canal Monday 88 73 1.10
(Continued from page one) ot the necessary and ordinary expenses ----39,650.00
develop farm homes because of there should be a big spoil bank Tuesday 81 75 .67 ot the various funds of Hendry County 4 Banks commissions, paying '-to

the to abundance of cheap rental land I-the higher the better. The spoil I Wednesday 88 73 .03 FlorIda Year commencing, contemplated October for the.1st Fiscal 1932.\ bonds and coupons -.---.. =70,300.00Court 90..Q.,0 ut

and because much land Is not pleas- bank should be planted! to trees and Thursday 89 72 .85 and ending September 30th 1933: House Bond Interest and Sink-
should completely separate this part' Friday 90 77 General Revenue Fund
ant for home sites. Under present 1 Salary of Clerk Circuit Courtas lug Fund
conditions it Is not a farm problem.In of the state from all water and all Saturday 89 72 County Auditor and Clerk 1 2 Bonds Interest maturing on $129 000.00 _11370.00 9000.00
land to the north of it. Let all Sunday 88 77 .05 1.to Commissioners $1,850.00
fact, the cost of reclamation ex- 2 Per diem and mileage of 4 Banks commissions, paying
ceeds the price of good land or land! excess Okeechobee water flow into County Commissioners _.__._ 3,300.00 bonds and coupons -_. 60.00

the productivity elsewhere.I the ocean and gulf through this can Rainfall for week........................2.50 3 Attendance of Sheriff on 20,430.u0Special
of same I County Commissioners ___ 60.00 Stood nnd Bridge District No.2,
Much of it has already cost more al. I can see no reason for bringing Previous rainfall .................. 8 Attorney to County Com- interest and !Sinking' Fund
I' all the to Miami. .1129.11T missioners .____ 900.00 1 Interest on $72,752.00 4365.12
than it is worth. If drained the land lit way !9 Supervisor of Registration_ 240.00 2 Bonds maturing: .__.._ 5456.40
burns. The extinguishing of muck Keep this canal wide, deep and Rainfall to date .......................31.61 12 Repairs to Court House 3 Banks commissions, paying:
I I sewers, maintenance bonds and 50.00
and Improvements
Miami Locks coupons -
fires is difficult and expensive. It clean. South of this only the water courthouse

Is also quite likely that fires start which falls in rains or comes from Day Max. Min. Rain grounds _. ., ,_ 400.00 fond nnd Bridge District 9,871.52Special No. 3,
spontaneously in muck. Recent investigation springs will have to be considered. Monday 89 67 1.74 13 Repairs to Jail__.___ 50.00 interest nnd sinking Fund
15 Furniture and Fixtures for 1 Interest on 5265.00 315.90
in Louisiana seems to Indicate -Water from up state will no longer Tuesday 82 70 .45 courthouse _.___.___...._ 200.00 2 Bonds maturing __ 405.00
fires which Ever- Wednesday 88 68 .21 16 Furniture and Fixtures for
The Then the
this. may us. forget 720.90
I I Jail ________._ 100.00
start by spontaneous combuston in glades and turn it back to the birds Thursday 92 69 .05 17 Expenses of county buildings OiitRtnndlnK indebtedness
1
serious menace aside and fishes to plant all the Friday 95 72 : janitor and attend- Arrears prosecuting attor-
except
muck are a salary 300.00
ants ______________ 1000.00 ney -
from the soil. It ruins our climateby canal banks to trees to serve as seed Saturday 94 73 18 Light, fuel, water and tel- 2 Arrears In sheriff's cost

producing a bad smelling smoke producers and windbreaks. There Sunday 95 74 .12 ephones ..________________ 450.00 bills _4_ 1200.00
19 Insurance ,_ .....___ 110.00 1500.00
and atmosphere interfering seriously are seven species of trees fit for 'i-- 20 Incidentals ____._____ 600.00 Notice is further given that the
with aviation our pet asset. ,this purpose. Rainfall for week........................2.57 23; Allowance made to paupers Board of County Commissioners' of
Everglades reclamation so far has I Previous rainfall .................1128.10 and paid by warrant ____ 2000.00 Special lendry :County Florida, will at Its
Meeting
Trees would drain it and protectour 20 Coroner's inquests; fees of on Friday September
clone little but to pile water on us climate. Louisiana has becomeone officers and witnesses _..:._ 100.00 23rd. 1932, at 10 o'clock A. M., con-

in the wet season and besmirch us of the greatest fur producing Rainfall to date ..................... 30.67 I 27 officers Insanity and Inquiries committees: fees_of 50.00 sider mates,and and act as upon adopted the the foregoing same shall esti-

with smoke in the winter. Irrigation states in the union-greater than General Average rainfallfor 28 Stationary and printing; constitute the fixed expenditures for

week .................. general stationary blanks, and against the several funds abovementioned
might stop this burning if we could I Canada, with St. Louis in Missiouri, : :............3.277 Jtc. ________ 350.00 for the Fiscal Year commencing -
flood it at will. In a land where the world's greatest fur center. The General average rainfallto 29 Record books ___._.___ 100.00 I I October 1st. 1932, and ending

the soil is very porous water will I date .................................34.907 30 Advertising required by September Done 30th 1933.
could here. We must and ordered
same happen : law and paid by county......_._ 200.00 by the Board of
not flow freely in ditches. In dry not forget that South Florida is: 31 Commissions paid to offI- County Commissioners o f. Hendry
cers: tax assessor _.___ 1,900.00 County, Florida, In regular session.
times the supply might not be suf-'|mainly the product of wind and G. L. Boggan Makes 32 Tax Collector ______._ 1,500.00 this: the 6th day of September, A. D.
ficient. Because of the water hyacinth wave. The sand dunes along our 33 Expenses of elections ____ 300.00 1932.
31 Reserved for contingenciesand (SEAL) F. L. DUN A WAY,
ditches would be difficult to coast are of wind formation and .
''emergencIes ______ 500.00. Chairman.
maintain.The what the wind and waves: form they Timely ExplanationFrom 16,260.00 Attest: WILLIAM Clerk.T. HULL.

canals are now so full of water can also tear down. Sand and muck Road nnd Bridge Fond
4 Cost of material ___._._. 500.00 NOTICE OF MASTER'S SATE 4NOTICE
hyacinths that they are practically will not stay put without a cover- ( Moore Haven DemocratThe 5' Tools machinery and repairs Notice Is hereby given that the un-

useless. An automobile failed to sink ing of deep rooted vegetation. State Road Department took 400.00 dersigned Special Master I in Chancery,

in a canal near Pahokee. Anybodywho Taxes should be lifted from the i every precaution Monday and Tuesday -I 7 Free ders labor__.__and_bridge____.__ten- 6000.00 by closure virtue entered of the In final that decree certain of cause fore-

has lived long in Florida knows land. Land has borne the brunt of. to see that all cars which travel- 10 Gas and oil 500.00 pending In the Circuit Court of the
14 Paid to incorporated cities
the seriousness of this beautiful pest. taxation long enough. It cannot. led the grade now under constructionfrom and towns _____________ 200.00 Twelfth Judicial Circuit of Florida In
With the muck on fire and the ditch move away and cannot be hid. A Moore Haven to Main's 'Corner 15 Incidentals __.______ 150.00 and being for case Hendry No. County 598, wherein, in Chancery Glades,
16
and
jam full of hyacints the project froman man in an office can map and tax got through safely, said G. L. Contingencies cies .-emergen- 50.00 Land Corporation, a corporation organized -

agricultural aspect looks sick. it. It is the easiest but by far the Boggan, engineer, in a statement to $7800.00 is plaintiff under, and the the laws Southern of Delaware Sugar,

Then there is the frost menace unfairest way to levy tribute. A the Democrat this week. "There has Fine nnd Forfeiture Fund Company, a corporation, et al., are de-
1 :Sheriff
and deputies cost fendants will, on Monday October 3rd,
for tender crops, because muck does'general sales tax, income tax, inher- been considerable'misunderstanding hills and Jail guard 3000.00 1932, between the hours of eleven
not bold heat in cold weather as do I itance tax and a tax on the products and no little complaint concerningthis 2 Constables cost bills__.___..__ 250.00 o'clock A.f., and two o'clock P. M.,
3 Clerk of Circuit Court cost at the front door of the County Court
mineral soils. Lowering the water of the soil ought to be enough to grade this week, said Mr. Bog- bills Criminal cases.._._.___ 300.00 House In LaBelle, Hendry County, Flor-
table a few inches or even feet would :yield enough to satisfy any tax gath- gan. "Someone even sent a messageto 5 County Judge's cost bills_ 1000.00 ida, offer' for sale and sell at public
6 Justice of the Peace cost outcry to the highest and best bidder
not increase the frost damage. Warm the department headquarters in bills .____.___.__.____ 100.00 for cash, the following described real
shallow water might at first keep off erer.A Tallahassee stating that in the face S County Prosecuting Attor- property In Hendry County, Florida
tax on wild unproductive land
toey --_._____._______ 300.00 to-wIt:
frost, but this film of water soon would be a joke were it not so ser- of an advancing storm, people were 0 R.nliffs of criminal courts_ 150.00 Unsurveyed Southwest Quarter of _

loses its heat and would then tend ious. There is no value there. till trapped in ,here like rats with no 10 11 Witness fees __.__,,____.. 450.00Court Southwest Quarter and West Half

to'prolong the cold. man's mind and work develop: it. means of getting out because the department stenographer cases _._._._.___in...._Insolvency .__-_ 100.00 of Quarter Northwest of Section Quarter 14 of, Southwest Township

Deep water acts like a warmingpan Land of no value should not be failed to keep a passable 12 Other expenses in criminal 43 South, Range 34 East, containing -
road. That statement is prosecuting ____.._.___..._ 100.00 sixty acres, more or less, ,
in winter and a refrigerator in taxed. Divorce man and land and its entirely 15 Sheriffs commssions on except 3.3 acres described follows
This is noticeable wherever value is Tax the wrong. The grade has. been passablethe fines etc. collected _____ 250.00 I Beginning at the as South
summer. gone. only productsof a point on
entire distance for have 14 Feeding prisoners ______.__._.._ 1400.00 line of Section 11,
we kept I Township 43
there are deep lakes in the central the land and then the man who 16 Pay of jurors in criminal South
Range 31 East, 500 Feet
part of this state. t believe the cli- works the basic industry of the world the bridges in shape and the ruts cases, county and Justice of East of the Southwest Corner of
Peace courts __.._____ 200.00
but
mate of Miami would be improvedby will have a chance with other in- open, Monday afternoon the sud- 19 Deputy game wardens costs 200.00 Section 14; thence North 375 feet;
den gust of wind thence East 380 feet; thence South
the deepening of all waters in its dustries. Cut out' pity for the man over which we haveno 20 Reserved for contingenciesand
375 feet: thence West 380 feet to
control, blew loose sand in the emergencies .-_.,..___._.. 80.00
vicinity. Deep water with islands is who has nothing. Pity the man the point of begInning.
ruts at the further end of the grade $7880,00) to satisfy. said decree and all costs.
better than a lot of shallow water who pawns his wife's jewelry to save Publicity Fund
and we realized that peopl who Moneys to be expended by (Signed) ALLEN CLEMENTS
for his homestead.
reasons.
many + Special Master in Chancery.
The drainage of the Everglades tried to get through there would publicity County Commissioners purposes ___'n__for._...1500.0 D I I'9; 9-16-23 30 ..
.. stand ...
a good chance to get stuck in
therefore resolves itself into a pro- NEW LIBETRY-ITE 'i
:,
blem of general public welfare for the loose sand. The.e was no timeto

clear that so we posted men to
the prevention of floods in hurricanes -
and the improvement of our Lou Jacobs, of' North LaBelle, who direct traffic over the detour aroundby

climate. failed in the June primary to win the old Stone place towards Cit-

When the winds blow hard, when the Democratic nomination for representative rus Center. We kept three tractors

the water 'from away up the stateis of .Glades county, has and six men out there on the grade:

rolling into Lake Okeechobee and joined the Liberty party and attended that was left open to traffic all day,

when the whole area is one big lake the state convention in Ft. Myers and all night. We helped 50 cars

with rain falling in torrents, a dike this week. He ,was named one of the through the sand and could have
WE HAVE GOOD LAND FOR RENT
such as the experimental dike already seven electors of the party from this helped three times that many had
there been any others stuck. Nat-
stat.
, constructed would probablybe .
whipped away like spindrift. Even urally the heavy traffic made the FOR FALL AND WINTER CROPS

the St. Johns river flows south DEMOCRATIC PRESIDENTIAL grade harder to travel until the rains

sometimes and I have often wondered came and packed the sand. But at no

why all this water should be heaped V ELECTORS: time was there any danger that

upon the southern section of the anyone could no1'get through. Only
Will Be Prosecuted.
Group Xo. 1, Hugh C. Sparkman. one tractor was ever used to pull Trespassers

state.We have been derelict in not' insisting Group Xo. 2, W. B. Lanier. cars out, but there were three thereon V

on a navigable canal from Group Xo. 2, George M. Domian. the job waiting. We made every

Palm Beach to Fort Myers fit at least Group Xo. 4, Williard W. Ayres. provision for the people to get

for pleasure craft. This canal has Group T;o. 5, William Fairbanks through that road, and in case of an-

been dug and allowed to fill with Group Xo. 6, Herbert William other storm warning we will do the The Clewiston Co.

hyacinths. What ought to be a Fisher. same thing. We want everyone to

means of transportation from coast Group No. 7, G. McClellan.:: understand that there will be a way
out of Moore Haven at all times."


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