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Title: The Clewiston news
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Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: November 18, 1932
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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4 i J VOLUME 6; NUMBER 47 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER: 18, 1932 $2.00 PER YEAR

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1 To Make Drive SENATOR Senator REGARDING,Arthur GOMEZ Gomez TO LEGISLATION CONFER, in a letterto 'II' Artificial Planned Sky Now For Fair Bean Prices Climb as Frost '


the Hendry county commissioners I


f' For Red Cross said LaBelle this at week a date that prior he to would the sessionof be in I Steen.Eustis.electrical Fla., Nov.engineer 15th.-Vernon, and a Nips Fields in Other Sections

the legislautre to confer with Hen-
I I small cor'ps of assistants, are busyin .
dry county citizens in regard to legis-
a specially contrived studio in this

I Here Next Week lation wanted for this county. The city, working out plans for the mak- I HIGHWAY STILL CLOSED SEASON HIGHEST POINT OF $3.05
letter was in answer to a request of NEAR CANAL POINT
ing of the artificiallly lighted "sky"which BRINGS CASH TO FARMERSIN
the commissioners seeking his co-op- '
will form the roof of the Flor- LAKE SECTION
eration In leaving the gasoline tax
I ida section of the Court of States at Conners Highway, main arterial ..
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distribution as it now stands. The
between Canal Point and
the world's fair to be held in Chi- highway
25 MEMBERS: NEEDED TO START
t :. date the Senator from Key West is to cago, next year. West Palm Beach, which was closed A cold wave sweeping across the
f LOCAL CHAPTER OF RELIEFORGANIZATION be in LaBelle was not given in the early this week on account of flood southern United States early this
The Florida building will be a win-
f' letter to the commissioners. ed conditions in parts, remained'clos week coupled with the unfortunate
dowless building and all the lighting
ed late this week. Traffic from Can- down pour of rain on the eastern
effects must be produced through the
al Point is routed via Belle Glade. shore of Lake Okcechobee last week
Formation of a Clewiston chapterof 'I use of lighting devices specially con-
the American Red Cross will be CANVASSING BOARD trived. Inasmuch as the managers The road from Canal Point to West sent bean prices on an upward trend
r and bean growers on the south shoreof
Palm Beach over the indirect routeis ;
started here next week as a drive of the Florida exhibit have, in mind
for members will be started. Mrs.J. MAKES FINAL TALLYABSENTEE the reproduction of a thoroughly in perfect condition. the lake are profiting by the increase -*
I in bean prices.
A. McGehee has received member- Florida atmosphere within Florida
I Prices as high as $3.65 per bushel
ship blanks and authority from the Hall, even to Florida skies, including
RIDER RENAMEDTAG hamper f. o. b. railroad stations in
national chapter at Washington to BALLOTS :MAKE NO clouds by day and starry constella-
this vicinity are quoted by vegetable
I conduct the drive.Throughout CHANGE IN RESULTSThe tions by night, a task has been set
I brokers. This price is in comparison -
the nation, as a whole for the lighting engineers.
DISTRIBUTORTO with a "no guarantee" price a
r. the annual Red Cross drive for members Hendry county canvassing
: Every known device for producing few weeks ago when bean growers
t. i' was started Armistice Day and board composed of County: Judge H. lighting effects Is being tried in the 'and buyers ceased operations because

I is scheduled to continue up until I A. Rider, F. L.. Dunaway chairmanof Eustis studio.MAYOR BE IN CLEWISTON FOR TWO of extremely low prices.

11L Thanksgiving. The late start of the the board of county commissioners DAYS FOR CONVENIENCE
\ With the water from much of the
16 drive here is attributed to delay of
; I : and Mrs. Alice Curry Bailey, sup
land on the south shore receeded
: II )' the blanks and documents from ervisor .of registration met Mondayto OF MOORE County Judge, H. A. Rider, was vegetable estimators profitable
a
say
If Washington. m.akeAan'. official canvass of votes re-appointed as auto license distri-
II I season is ahead for those having
11 Heretofore the Clewiston relief in the general election. Thirteen butor of Hendry county this week
beans ready to ship within the next
work has been handled either by the votes had been received by the coun- HAVEN COMMITS by W. S. McLin, state motor vehicle few weeks. Some of the fields were

Clewiston Community Chest directly ty judge but none of these made any commissioner.From .
damaged by winds, but the damagewas
or through the Chest in conjunction material, dfiference in the results as his office in the court houseat negligible. The extent of wind
\; with the LaBelle chapter of the Red announced last week. SUICIDE TODAY LaBelle, Judge Rider will issue
I damage can be summed up in the
Cross. The Red Cross chapter here The closest contested race in the the 'new model' license tags which
loss of bloom and many of the leaves
of the Community that. of representative showed will be placed on sale shortly after
't is not to take the place county, which gives the fields a bare appearance '
k ; Chest, work. The two organs a difference of only 12 in the NOTES APPARENTLY WRITTEN the first of December. at first glance.

-;. zations will work hand in hand inN final tabulation. R. Everette Bur- SEVERAL DAYS AGO INFORMOF Judge Rider said he would make Practically available acre of

matters of relief. chard, 424. and Elbert L. Stewart SUICIDE INENTIONS one or two trips to Clewiston for land fronting every the lake shore between

408, being the official tally. The the purpose of issuing tags to motor-
According to information given Clewiston and Lake Harbor is either
ists in this city who find it inconvenient -
next closest for commis-
was county
out those who to conduct the
t by are already planted to beans or is being
MOORE HAVEN FLA, Nov 18---- to make the trip to LaBelleto
sioner from district four in which
,
: drive membership of at least 25
f a made ready to plant in beans, cab
i is required to establish a chapter. I Alto Hires. Democratic nominee, won G. J. L. Smith, mayor of Moore Ha- purchase the new orange and bage, tomatoes or other winter cropsas

t, Then emergency calls will be requested over R. M. Burchard, father of the ven and owner of Smith, Fisheries I black tags. soon as possible. When the 5000
{ Carl B. Farnam, of Moore Haven,
directly to the national chapter representative-elect and Republican here, committed suicide shortly after odd acres of land on the east side
'I I j nominee count of 386 to 367. was appointed as distributor of
by a
r from the local organization. of the lake was drenched and washedoff
E. L. Stallings, superintendent, of one o'clock today. After sending a Glades county taking the place of
t the efforts I the supply market, hundreds of
It through
largely
was
public instruction, was carried into note to the Democrat telling of his F. M. Barbee, who had served in
I of the Community Chest and the La- I I acres of acres of land on the south
: office by the highest majority of any intentions and instruct- that capacity for the past three
i ; Belle chapter that the first shipment preparing shore came in demand for quick

: I' of government flour was sent here I candidate having opposition. Stall- ions for J. S. Cottrell with regard to years. crops as planters plan to take ad-
Mrs. Ora Powell
W. Pahokee
ings rolled up a vote of 598 to his of ,
r[ for distribution. The next shipment republican opponent, Mrs. Nell J. winding up his business affairs, Mr. :was appointed_ to handle..the..distribution 'vantage. of the rise produce prices.
of material, including flour and cloth Smith Although the movement has been
Skelley 240. left a note to his adopted for the western part of Palm
light during the past week,
was shipped direct to Clewiston from growersare
I I daughter, Patricia, and fired .a bul- Beach
., the national headquarters of the not heard to complain, since a

Red 'Cross who are handling the let from a 32 pistol into his brain. county.GIVES fair yield in the only remaining
TO BEGIN WORK'ON
\ distribution of the government's relief : His body was found a few minutes O. K.. I bean fields is bringing the growersa

J r I commodities. afterwards, as Keathley Bowden, sizeable profit.Tomatoes .

i Whether or not members of the LABELLE SECTIONAT Charles Lovvorn and Dr. D. M. I will soon be ready for
\ : TO CONSOLIDATEDTAX shipping to liven the produce business -
Red Cross relief committee who are Draughn and L.
G. Boggan startedwas I of the Everglades.
in charge of distribution of groceries .
delivered to Mrs. Bowden in the Cold weather in the week
EARLY DATE early
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to destitute families on the east-
Democrat SETTLEMENTCONSOLIDATED I did no appreciable damage to the
ern shore of the lake, where hund- office. I'r. raughn was II

reds of families were made destituteby summoned from his home across the vegetable crops. A light frost was

the 26 inch rain 'two weeks ago, SENATOR GOMEZ TO CANFER street, and stated that Mr. Smith had I reported in LaBelle Monday but
FORCES TO RUSH LINK TO been dead but none formed on the lake shore.
will be called upon to assist in con- a few minutes. LAND COMPANY

ducting the drive has not been stat- FINISH BY FEBRUARY The letter to the Democrat was CHECK FOR $37,000 GETS

ed. However, it is expected that sent' to the office by Bessie Rowe, OFFICIAL APPROVALWith
the problem of gaining the sufficient Belief that the ten mile stretchof negro cook, at the Smith home, who HUNTERS TO TREK

number of members to establish a road between LaBelle and the Lee was requested by Mr. Smith to deliver definite assurances from

chapter here will be left entirely to county line will be completed by the note on her way home after Ernest Amos, comptroller, that some TO HENDRY WOODSAS
February first is voiced with the an-
local workers. lunch. In the letter which followsMr. $37,000 of tax redemption money of
nouncement this week that the state
Smith gave the conditions and the Consolidated Land Company
road department is assembling forces circumstances which motivated his
would be ready for distribution into SEASON OPENSWOODSMEN
for an immediate start on the work.
HITCH HIKER THRONG act. the various_ county funds, Tom Hull
The new road will be what is call-
. November 18, 1932. clerk of the circuit court of Hen-
INVADE STATE \WITH ed a sand asphalt mixed in place To Glades County Democrat, dry county returned to his home in REPORT FIELDS AREPLEXTU'UL
type.; a type of construction that has
City. LaBelle Wednesday afternoon froma BUT NOT EASILY
been developed by the state and fed-
NEW RELIEF PROBLEM Gentlemen: conference with the state comp- ACCESSIBLEWith
eral research departments for econ-
This is a case of, suicide. I aloneam troller.

omical construction on roads of responsible, and no one else. Hull carried with him to Tallahassee the hunting season opening

\ Hitch hikers, many of them with lighter traffic. Opinion is divided in The depression has finally over- a check of the Consolidate Com- Sunday morning, Hendry county will

t I only the clothes on their back. are this county as to the advisability of taken me, and has finally "got" me.I pany in the amount of $37,726.37, soon hear the blast of guns and the

: ,; coming into ,Florida over every main such a road to hold up under the have been hard to down, but am which represented payment of the yelping of hunting dogs, as resi-

; highway and in greater numbers traffic. From a discussion in Tal- down at last and completely discour- I land company of 1930-31 and 32 dents and outsiders take to the

!i I \ than ever known in recent. years. lahassee between Representative El- aged. taxes on its Hendry county holdings. woods for the first hunt of the sea-

Reports Monday from many points bert Stewart, Commissioner Ray C. Since 1922 I have been through 5 With the two delinquent years paid son.

j on the road from Atlanta by Lake Hull, and Commissioner Blount of bank failures and 3 storms and have I up and the current year taxes settled Game is plentiful in the woods

City and from Brunswick and Savannah Lee county. and the State Board lost in every one of them. the property of the land com south of Clewiston and LaBelle. cat-

j _. by way of Jacksonville showed members, it was brought out that As McIntyre said" in one of his pany will stay on the tax books, in tlemen who have been rounding up

a stream of old men and young this particular type of road is still columns' : accordance with an agreement by cattle in the past few weeks say. ,

j) men and some women. From Brooks- in the experimental stage but so far "Anytime I get my head above the W. J. Kelly] president of the comp- There is much water in the most i

ville to Tampa one' man counted 28 all experiments with its use have water, they give me another duck- any two months ago when the com- travelled roads which will make it

hikers, inbound. proved satisfactory.While ing." missioners accepted the tax roll.E. rather difficult to reach the highest:
r the state forces are- busy- --- I have at last become tired of it. hunting grounds.
Florida happens to be the last lap L. Stallings.. superintendent of
of the long march. Only a few picked working this asphalt into the sur- I am sick besides, and have been for public instruction said the paymentof During the latter part of the weekH.

\ up jobs enroute. Georgia seemed to Continued on page four) (Continued on page Four) the Consolidated company would A. Rider, county judge, says the

I be glad of the passing of the tramp- enable the school board to pay off number of licenses issued is gradu-

ing army. At some places the authorities Golf Finals Forced Collier Come to State practically all of its operating debts. ally increasing. 'Judge Rider an-
nounces the following license fees
I apparently were concerned The county school maintenance fund

i I only with one thing-to keep them I To Second And Renews Faith will benefit in the distribution of for the' different types of licenses:
PlayoffJ.
I ; headed south. They offered the this payment in the amount of $5- Resident county. $1.25; resident

i hope or advice that jobs might be 148.30, and 4604.00 is to be deposited other than home county $3.25; resi-

; available further down the road. J. Harrington and Tom Shelley Barren Collier, advertising magnate to the interest' and sinking dent state $8.00; non-resident state

.y That, though, was merely a play to finalists in the golf tournament here. and extensive owner of south fund of the schools. $25.00.

,. r be rid of them. finished another 18 holes Sunday Florida property, arrived in Fort According to the tax schedule, The above fees include the 25

I c-:.i Hundreds on Highway with even scores, making a total of Myers this week and spread a feel $4,077.66 represents the state's shareof cent fee to the county judge for issuing -

.;) 'f \l\tl.; \ One hiker from Colorado, well- 54 holes they have played to settle ing of ottimism amonk hos Florida the payment; $19,477.81 the coun- the licenses.

I E 1 } dressed and with a heavy suit case. the 1932!) championship They will friends.Mr. ty's share; $343.22 goes to the gen-. Application blanks may be found

\ told last night about picking up a meet again Sunday for another 18 Collier, speaking of the recent eral road fund, and the interest on I either at the county judge's officein

ride from Jacksonville and of seeing hole play-off. At no time was eitherof .elections said, "The American peo- the total figures out $3,436.82; LaBelle, or at the City Hall in

hundreds trying to flag every car on the players more than one up in ple got what they wanted and if Clewiston or at the office of the

: the highway. the 18 hole play-off. they have any respect for their own KING-ALLEV Clewiston News.

What to do with those who are High shifting winds prevailed on judgment ought to go a long way

coming in, hoping to find jobs in the Clewiston course Sunday which toward restoring confidence, whichr Miss Vernita Allen, formerly Mrs. XIYE9.RS OF CATTLE

: the sunshine. is a problem which added strokes to both players. Mr. eedof e t mi-hief npn esetettvbceis T. C. Musgrave of this city, and W.

I concerns hundreds of towns and cities Harrington turned in a 93 and Shel- the chief need of the present D. King, local manager of the B & B Nine cars of range fattened cattle

I in Florida. Warnings sent out ley an 86 Shelley was domie one situation. There is nothing wrong grocery here, were married at the were shipped from the Goodno station -

I, that Florida cannot take care of the at the 18th but required three puttsto with the United States except that a home of friends in Tampa Sunday. i in western Hendry county this

snowbirds this winter have not yet) finish. Harrington took a four good many people don't know how They are making their home in the I week. The price' was said to be fair

{Continued on page four) which evened the match, good thip l country really Js," Haye Building on the shipment .


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there is some development in the Service, are appointed by the governor -

The Clewiston WJ i Everglades a $9,000,000 government .
project being constructed, a vast TOO LATE TO BY

Published every Friday in Clewiston,, acreage of sugar cane to be harvested [ RUSSELL KAY :Fire Protection and Reforestation

Florida by the CLEWISTON NEWS, and ground, and thousands of CLASSIFY The board appointed Harry Lee

Inc. acres of winter'vegetables to be pIck- Baker as state forester, securing him ,

ed and shipped, this second class of from the federal forestry service and
Entered as second class matter people might be led to believe that Hundreds of women and girls bent ] ies. "Bargains" that would bait under his active management fire

February 1. 1927, at the Post Office prosperity awaits them here. over sewing machines in dirty .ill American buyers to department store protection areas have been created.

at ClewlPton!; Florida, under the Act This is not the case. It is true, smelling sweat shops, sharp eyed counters.All many owners have replanted their

of March 3, 1897. however, that wo have much develop- foremen snapping and snarling and of this happened in the good lands with seedling trees supplied at

ment going on here now and that driving them ten hours or more a state of Connecticut. Officials INVESTIGATED cost of about $3 per thousand from
A devoted to the besi little later day, talking was not permitted
newspaper a we will have employ- no Citizens stormed, the nurseries maintained at the state
Interests of Hendry County, FloridaIts ment for more laborers, clerks, and one must leave their seat. even the Governor took a hand, but
prison farm and the work of educa-
: leading newspaper. persons in many walks of life. But Driven like galley slaves, herded there just wasn't anything they tion has been carried into the rural

on the other hand the various companies like convicts, American women some could do about it. No one had broken -
schools, to farmers and the general
Subscription rate per year$2.00 dredging, construction and with starving children awaiting their any law. A firm could pay whatit public throughout Florida's forest

Outside of State of Florida ._...$2.50 others, have their own personnel of return at night, girls in their early chose. The women didn't HAVEto

workers whom they have trained in teens, who should have been in work did they, they could quitif area.The
size of the task before the
Advertising rates furnished on application previous seasons and who will be grammar school, working, working, they wanted to?
Florida Forest Service may be reali-
the first to be welcomed back to the working like mad to hold a prec- And further inquiry disclosed that zed when it is understood that of a

fold of employment.: One can not ious job. They did not complain, this RACKET had been going on total of more than 22,000,000 acres

Business office, Clewiston News blame any organization for caringfor they were grateful for their chanceto for months in not one, but in many In potential forest area In Florida,

Clewieton. Florida. Editorial and its own first. It is only throughan work, they were hungry. shops. A man would get a contractto 10,000,000 acres or nearly half is not
efficient organization that bus- For months they had tramped the
Advertising, same. a make a quantity of merchandiserent working. Under desirable conditions
iness can be operated at a profit. streets seeking employment. Then
a few hundred sewlng'machinesa
when timber is properly cut, fires
Telephone 339 Aside: from the personnel of trained suddenly a sign appeared in a factory dirty loft and hang out a sign kept at a minimum and under con-

employees, there will be naturally, a window "GIRLS WANTED." Like "GIRLS WANTED". There were trol and when proper methods are
number of unskilled laborers who hungry wolves they had fought and
plenty of eager unemployed women
used in naval stores operations,
AN ORPHAN COUNTY will be placed on payrolls of the crushed to hold their place in line. who didn't ask and didn't know. forests reseed and reproduce them-
various companies. The who Some sobbed with.joy; others offereda ,
man And it, was all within the LAW.In selves without aid, but when fires
to Florida with the expecta- prayer when they were hired.
comes
The vagaries of Hendry county fact there wasn't even a LAW. destroy the young growth year after
tion of landing job What was the pay? How many
a as a common
politics being what they are It may be Justice must await the next sessionof year, eventually destroying the fer-
laborer has the wrong idea of the hours? They didn't even ask, they '
hazardous for an outsider to venture the Legislautre. tility of the soil and undesirable
state. We as a state, have our own were afraid to question.
to the whys and wherefores practices are followed in the woods
a guess as But there was something else.
It was WORK they wanted.
to care for. We have not escapedthe justa
of Representative Elbert Stewart's chance to WORK. Another POWER with which to stop by lumbermen and turpentine opera-
general economic slump in bus-
defeat by his Republican oppo- Then this outrage. A mighty FORCE unhampered tors large areas become bate or
PAY DAY ,
iness. We have our own men who finally came "
for the legislature in the elec- the grow up in worthless scrub.
nent with red tape of a
have stayed here through the dull again they stood in line for their
tion Tuesday. There were no doubta hundred cautious, careful, legal The problem is not confined to
months- barely ekeing out an exist- checks, they had worked a week, '
factors but one evidently the forest Industries but effects also k
good many steps that could delay action. ,
six 60 tedious hours :
ence with the hope ''of being given long days, bent
was the disposition of quite a few many other phases of life. Destruc- '
some form of work later on in the over dirty, smelly machines, thank- The wheels of Connecticut justice
the western end of the tion of cover and feeding
in grounds
voters year. This hope must be carried OIl. ing God for his .merciful goodness.One could not turn, but -the wheels of..
county to blame Clewiston instead of depletes the stock of game, barren
girt'received Connecticut Presses, could and did.
It is the general policy of every con- 65c, another 80c. ,
delay fail to hold moisture and
Tallahassee for the exasperating areas
cern to give employment to local citizens The best paid got less than 3c per Keen reporters feverishly ferretedout
in building that piece of road facts lakes and streams dry up decreasingthe
the typewriters and tele-
first, and there is ample laborin hour. ,
from LaBelle to the Lee county line. stock of fresh water fish and retarding -
every Florida community to sup- Stunned, speechless, most of them graph instruments clicked, Lino-
So they made a goat of the un-offend- nearby farm crops and even
belched column columnof
ply the need. wearily dragged themselves toward types upon
Mr. Stewart and for good mea- bee keepers contend through their
ing the door. One or two, complained. leaden slugs, and the whole dirty
included his fellow townsman state organization that forest fires
sure only to be told that they couldn'texpect business was dragged out in the
from Clewiston, E. E. Kelly the Dem- reduce the production of honey by
GREAT LIGHT OF PITILESS PUB
BAGASSE more, they were LEARNERS,
ocratic nominee for tax collector.The .& hundreds of tons.
and if they didn't like it they couldgo LICITY. Again the NEWSPAPER ,';
Democratic ticket :VERY LIGHT READING
rest of the
to hell and see if anybody cared. justified its existence. With one Field Work is Major ActivityThe
over there. national, state and coun-
blow it killed the whole
mighty
And the employer turned on his sorry
ty, is lucky that the voters around Locally, we are talking about heel with a laugh, lit a good cigar, racket. And that blow was struckin work of the Florida Forest
LaBelle satisfied with their Service is largely in the field. There
were beans and water. And what a poor looked out of the window at the defense of American womanhood,
Clewiston victims. Excuse might combination of American standards in are but four clerical employees at
that makes. We are trucks being loaded with finished in defense ,
have been found if they had gone th e offices in Tallahassee while dis-
American business ethics.
indeed sympathetic with the hun- garments, for shipment to New York defense of
right dawn the ballot from top to trict foresters and ten forest rang-
dreds of Everglades farmers in the and at WHAT A PROFIT. Cloaks, So if you can't think of anythingelse
bottom, taking it out on all Demo- ers, located in various sections of
thankful for, take off
Canal Point-Pahokce section whoseall suits and shirts, "Made in America"to to be your
cratic nominees for the broken pro- the state carry on the active work.
was drowned out by the down- be'dumped on a falling market: hat and kneel down and say a prayer -
about that Lookouts detect the of
mises fire
and procrastination
presence
pour a couple of weeks ago. Theyare in competition with standard Ameri- of gratitude for your newspaper,
road. That would have been mighty and equipment is provided to fightit
i doctrine of "The
o fighters as all farmers are, and can merchandise manufactured by and the American
tough on a good innocent can- before it spreads. Fire lines are
many "
they will come back with more crops honest men in clean modern factor- Freedom of the Press.
didates besides Mr. Stewart but it is with disc to
I maybe beans, maybe other produce. plowed large plows retard -

the thing to be expected when a party but they are not out. It's just the the flames before they spread.

administration goes wrong. And unquestionably spirit of the Everglades to keep on EVERYTHING BUT THE WIFE IQ These efforts have been remarkably

two 'Democratic admin- fighting. Fight the weather man. 4 THE STATE successful eve nin periods of long

istrations, hand running, have played drought.-
Fight the markets. will riot
They He his home with his
horse with 'Hendry county in the was on way TAX DOLLARBY While the fire control branch of
give up' the sponge: now. The water
matter of that road. is. new.car, which was absorbing all his the service Is the major department
rolling off the land and will be JOHN KILGORE
Democratic campaign attention when it him he in size and outlay
managers, ready for a late crop. But that is struck that ,
including those for Roosevelt and carried under the Applied Fores-
better than no crop at all. had forgotten someth"ing.Twice THE FLORIDA FOREST SERVICE on
Sholtz,. had ample warning that the I try branch. Land owners are assisted -
The
downpour managed to quench
: he stopped, counted his par-
ticket wouldn't well their ilde lands at
in
party run very restocking
some of the fires which have been Florida's wealth is derived from
cels, and searched his pocketbook
in Hendry county on-a record of. unredeemed for small cost. Another important ser-
burning than
more a year, and
pledges wind the regent wash silt but finally decided he had everythingwith climate and from its natural resources vice in connection with this branchis
and soil on land that had
speeding up of arrangements. build been made unsuitable for farming him. including minerals, fish and that of promotng desirable naval

the road was undoubtedly: in recog- sInce being burned last winter.oo When, he reached home his daughter ; game, agricultural products and for- stores practices through an expert
nition of the necessities. This who with
political I continually cooperates operators -
ran out, stopped with a surprisedlook ests. The last named ranks far above
belated that the to the forests and
evidence powers: preserve
on her face and cried, "Why, the other natural resources except
that, be in the Democratic party had Sunday morning many will take father where's raise the quality of the product
motherExchangecan agricultural with which it is almost
not forgotten Hendry county appearsto their religion studying nature in the ; through proper distillation.The .
equal in importance. In Florida the
have mollified the voters as far woods, and like the old Pilgrims, Branch of Public Relations
forest products industries include
as the state and national tickets they will take their"guns along for drink a little wine and so in through motion pictures, talks, lit-
lumber mills. crate factories furni-
were concerned but it came too late protection. Such a pity for a man answer to the loud noise of repeal erature and personal work has pro-

to save the unfortunate Mr. Stewart. to go to the woods to study nature Governor Jimmy Rolph announces he ture factories, naval stores, cooper- moted the idea of forest protectionin

However condolable their action and be attacked by a vicious quail. will pardon .every violator of the age, poles and piling, railroad ties rural schols, Boy Scout troups
and nine other industries
may be, it must be admitted that And what a revenge to eat the ten- California Wright law (their state employing 4-H clubs and the general public. A

Hendry county took their revenge der quail. dry law.) All over the country can 70,000 __ wage earners who supporton small proportion of the cost is devoted -

by cutting off their nose to spite their The snooper was told by one 'who be heard "Beer and wine by Christ- the $64,000.000 received annually to this phase of the work.

own face. To get even with Tallahassee should know that the game is plentiful mas," and along with the shouts of j I for their labor probably one-fourth of
if that in the J the population of the state. What Forestry Costs Florida
was the idea, they woods this season. Last repeal 'come sounds of the dry cru-

voted themselves out of effective rep- summer was ideal for breeding and saders to prevent the lame duck In a normal year the forests of The tax payer may now enquire

resentation In the legislature. The there was no high water to drown 'session from repealing the en- Florida add in excess of $100,000- what it costs the state of Florida to

Republican representative-elect may the young or destroy nests. The forcement of Mr. Volstead's well 000 I to the wealth of the state. That maintain this service for the preser-

be an excellent citizen and have some growing season has been perfect. In known act. forests will continue to be of major vation of one of our most important liir.I:

talent for the job to which he was the past few weeks the heavy rains -00- importance in this state is proven by resources. The total cost is in round r"'

elected but he will be handicappedby made it a little difficult to get into Of next ranking importance, the fact that even though the area numbers $130,000 a year but while '

his party status in performingmany the best bird country but no sports- from a news standpoint, comes, the devoted to agriculture should be that may not seem a large sumthe

of the special duties expectedof man will let a little thing like that organized march of communists unemployed quadrupled there would remain 18.- whole story Has not been told untilit

a legislator. As a Republican he stop a good hunt. who are planning a marchto 000000; acres of land, not needed is pointed out that landowners

will not get favorable committee assignments -00- Washington to demand a $50 for crops and available for forests. contribute materially and the fed-

and will be denied recog- Say, but it looks like Mr. Harrington payment to every unemployed in the This vast area can be made to pro- eral government adds an annual allotment -

nition in matters which members of and Tom Shelley are going to country. They plan to swarm downon duce materials to supply many new so that the actual cost to

the legislature normally influence make the annual fall golf tourna- the capital in time for the ses- wood using industries, such as the the taxpayers is reduced to but $40-

For anything Hendry county may ment of 1932 turn into a summer of sion in December. The national pulp mill recently established at 000 a year, the equivalent of about

want in the next session, or from 1933 tournament, or else they must government has sent warnings and Panama City; and our rapid growing one-tenth of a mill tax or about

state officials, it will have to look to be trying to make an endurance requests to the various governors to species can continue to provide pay- one-twentieth of one per cent of the

the Democratic representatives from match of it. Sunday they played 18 discourage such a move. The many rolls many years before the new crop annual value to the state of the industries -

neighboring Lee, Collier, and Glades holes and ended all even. That who will make the march will be of large timber for the saw mills is dependent upon forests.

counties. Fortunately they are all makes 54 holes they have already disappointed when they reach Capi- available.It Fire protection requires the ma-

warm friends of Hendry county and played in the tournament and still tol Hill. They cannot expect such is with the state department de- jor share of the appropriation or

will no doubt be glad to do what neither is the victor. Next Sunday action to accomplish the desired re- voted to"the protection and devel- about $118,000 while Public Rela-

they can for the political orphan up they play 18 more. sults. Congress will not grant their opment of this vastly important resource tions and Applied Forestry or reforestation -

the riverFt.. Myers NewsPress.THE requests for a $50 payment. Thereis which supports such a large work accounts for the
-ooSo -
I
not enough money in the treas- that this article deals. The impor- balance.

ANNUAL TREK TO FLORIDAAs after all, there are plenty of ury to do this. The members of tance of protecting the forests of Land owners stimulated by the cooperation -

topics of conversation besides poli Congress, as well as people in all America has been recognized in almost of the state and federal

hand tics. walks of life, are sympathetic but | all of the 48 states of the union governments, are spending from $30-

the icy winter pointsits -00- I they can not do the impossible. They and the federal government has as- 000 to $50,000 a year to protect a _

shivering fingers toward the Many of us were wondering what can not afford to impose further sisted materially in carrying on million acres of Florida forest land. r 1r j

dreds northern of states, the minds of hun- would keep the page one of news- burden on remaining taxpayers. Al-I' the work. The subject is of special The national government, recognizing .

persons turn to thoughtsof papers after the election. Now we ready the message has been given interest at this time In view of the the fact that the problem is a

Florida. Some of them think of seewha t it is. Repeal the 18th out to "give every man a.job" which I progressive reforestration plans of national and state responsibility, too

the state as. a place where they may amendment. California, the grape is more important than handing out', President-elect Franklin D. Roose- great for individuals who lack sci-

lested pursue their favorite sport unmo- growing state, makes the loudest a dole. j velt, who has been a leader in the entific knowledge, facilities and law

their by the frosts and snows of noise about it but that's just Cali- From a humanitarian standpointthis movement in his state. New York. enforcement powers, is spending in

the native homes. Others thinkof fornia style, they: never do anythingthat should not outrank the repeal j The Florida Board of Forestry was excess of $65,000 a year In Floridaas

where balmy climate in this state does not make a big fuss. Why talk but newspapers must play up created in 1927 'and in the five :years part of a nation wide project.

than they can live more cheaply even their earthquakes make a rum- the Items in the Border of public in- since it has made rapid progress The state of Florida contributes less

be able at home, and where they might ble that can be heard for miles. terest. Newspapers have gone broke !: although the work in this state may than one-third of the cost of the

during the to winter get'some kind of Job Naturally the grape growers asso- trying to give readers what thej j i be said to be still in its InfancyThe work in Florida. Final Solution:;

With the season. ciation want the 18th repealed sopeople should road. when the readers are!' members of the board the directing depends upon public sentiment and

..... ncwa-" ,. going:.w -." .out.n, that.. .,: who are tired of grape juice paying for what tber want to read 11 agency of? the Florida Forest the cooperation of the people.



FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18 1032. THE CLEWISTOX NEWS AGE TJUVEH

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S. S. S. HOLDS ELECTIONOF that one tenth of one's income I may both be made the day before

OFFICERS: WEDNESDAY unfoapHes&cn cbool should be set apart for the Lord's I and placed in the refrigerator to

Personal Mention work; and in the lesson Paul further chill. Likewise, the sweet potatoes

'::, The bi-weekly meeting of the S.S.S. says. ,"But this I say He which may be cooked. the pumpkin cooked

. club was held Wednesday eveningat soweth sparingly shall reap also and mashed, the nuts cracked the

Lfi'\ R. L. Coker made a business trip the home of Miss Evelyn Hare. sparinglyan; d he which soweth vegetables prepared for cooking, and

,V to West Palm Beach Monday. The main business of the eveningwas Subject: Steward-ship of, money. bountifully shall reap also bounti- the ingredients for the dressing made

the election of officers. Miss fully. Every man according as he ready to combine.
Golden Text: "Take heed and be-
John Bolton of Belle Glade spent Louise Waldron was named presi- purposeth in his heart, so let him On Thanksgiving morning, the
ware of covetousness: for a man'slife
Sunday afternoon in Clewiston with dent. Miss Roberta George was give; not grudgingly, or of neces- pies are to be baked, the vegetables
consisteth not in the abundanceof
friends. elected vice-president and Miss Jewel sity, for God loveth a cheerful giver." cooked and the meat prepared. Hereis
things which he possesseth. Luke
Lowe, secretary and treasurer and 12:15. One writer says, "Give until it a method of preparing the crown

: Evelyn Hare hurts, and then keep on giving untilit 'roast of pork.
Frank Cothern, of LaBelle, form- Miss publicity reporter Lesson Text: Deut. 8:11-14, 18; I

erly of Clewiston, spent Sunday here were the other'officers named. 2 Cor. 9:615.Introduction. ceases to hurt. Crown Roast of Pork
visiting friends. Miss Frances Tippey was appointed Whatever we give to the Lord's
: 1 crown of pork
chairman of the social committeeand cause in money or time or service
The end of all business should be Salt, pork
Fred Lawson and Miss Virginia Miss Vesta Allen, chairman of of any kind (if given in the right
the promotion of Christ's kingdom.The Salt
:
the invitation committee. spirit) will be accepted by him "Forthe
Rider, of LaBelle, spent a while here Christian should realize that he Pepper
Sunday afternoon.H. Following'' the business meeting administration of this service
is God's steward in his business or
several progressions of bridge were not only supplieth the want of the I Have the crown prepared at the
whatever he acquires wealth.
T. Hanover left Monday for played by the guests who included, Then his way acquisition of saints, but is abundant also by many market. Wipe with a damp cloth

New York City where he will remain Miss Eunice Meredith, Miss Frances whether money, thanksgivings unto God." and sprinkle with salt and pepper.
income
by salary,
"\ for a week on business. Tippey, Miss Jewel Lowe, Miss Lou- from profession wages business of Giving not only helps the needy, Wrap the end of each rib with a
or
i ise Waldron, Miss Vesta Allen, Miss any but causes them to glorify God for slice of salt pork to prevent charring.
kind, will be a stewardship business.It .
j Mrs. J. P. Percy and Mrs. H. J. :Mary Bush, Miss Betty Spicer, Miss is a good thing for a man to make temporal aid and also for Chrlct Place on a rack in an open roastingpan

B. Scharnberg spent Tuesday in Marcia Avant, Miss Roberta George, Jesus who gave his life for us. and fill center with forcemeat
.
for God But it is higher
a *
money
West Palm Beach.L. and Mrs. Eunice Gay sponsor of In 2 Cor. 8:1-15 Paul tells how dressing. Put in a hot oven (480
thing for him to count his occupation
the club. the Macedonians gave beyond their degrees F.) and sear for thirty minutes
as his method of serving God
C. Redish spent the week-end Miss Mary Bush received the and man,- and to use his accumula- powers in their deep poverty "but or until lightly browned. Then

visiting his family in 'Jacksonville. high cut prize and Miss Marcia first gavethei r own selves to the reduce temperature to a very moderate -
tions that
so they the right-
He :returned to Clewiston Monday.Mr. Avant cut low for consolation. Re- eousness of God and express the brotherhoodof Lord." God and Christ appreciategifts heat (325 degrees F) and con

freshments of gingerbread and whip- of money, but much more the tinue cooking until the roast is done.It .

: 'and Mrs. W. S. Harvel and ped cream were served. Miss Hare man.' gift of yourselves and your lives. requires about thirty minutes to
The lesson begins with advice to
daughter,,Marjorie, of Boynton spent was assisted in serving by her mother the Israelites by Moses just beforehis When those are truly given then. the pound. Replace the salt porkon

the week-end iiI Clewiston. Mrs. R. M. Hare.. material gifts will: follow. "the rib ends with paper frills.
death, "Beware that thou forget
Sausage Forcemeat
not the Lord thy God. in not keepinghis
Dave G. Alston and C. A. Parker
HOLIDAYS TO BEGIN DEC. 16 PLANNING HELPS LESSEN Half-pound sausage '
commandments his
and judg-
spent Tuesday in Palm Beach where
ments, and his statutes, which I WORK: OF THANKSGIVINGReduce 1 cup bread crumbs:
they: went on business. Christmas holidays for the Clew-
2 tablespoons minced mushrooms
command thee this day: Lest when

d'111' iston schools will begin Friday, thou hast eaten and art full and the work to a minimumfor. 1 tablespoon minced parsley
and Mrs. G. T. Augur and
December 16, M. G. Langford said
1 tablespoon grated onion '
the
hast built goodly houses and dwell Thanksgiving dinner!
Miss Daisy Alston were visitors in
this week. The schools will
resume therein; And when thy herds and "This is the modern trend, and is 1 egg, beaten
Belle Glade Sunday afternoon.VitOI' .
their work
shortly after the
new thy flocks multiply, and thy silver welcomed by housewives and mothers Salt and pepper

year.The and thy gold is multiplied, and all ," says Inez S. Wilson, home econ- Heat sausage, mushrooms and
Blate left Monday for Talla- !
school will also be
given .a that thou hast is multiplied: Then omist. After all. mothers want to en- onion in frying pan. Add the other
hassee and points in south Georgia holiday next Friday the follow
day thine heart be lifted up, and thou joy Thanksgiving day just as do the ingredients and mix thoroughly.
where he will visit for a few days.
ing Thanksgiving.
forget the Lord thy God, which other members of the family. Heap lightly in the center of the

i the land Effort in the crown: roast of pork.
brought thee forth out of preparing Thanksgiving -
H. L. McDonald, of Orlando, an CELEBRATES ARMISTICE
of Egypt from the house of bond- dinner is reduced by simplified
official of the Clewiston Motor Com- ..
age." menus and more careful planning. If ARMISTICE :MEANT SOAP AND
pany, was here on business Monday. Legionnaires of the Clewiston
: post In Deut. 8:7, 8, 9, God said to plans are carefully made, some of CANDY TO FRENCH CHILDREN
I brushed up their singing voices at them "For Lord thy God the be done before-
the bring- preparation, may
M. G.
Mr. and Mrs. Langford have
the Inn last Friday
'I moved into the Harvel house recently sang popular war time, as they lustily eth thee into a good land, of brooksof hand. Here is a menu which lends "What Armistice Meant to the

songs as a water, of fountains and depths itself to ease in preparation. French Children" was the topicof
and P.
: vacated by Mr. Mrs. J. part of their patriotic program in
that spring out of valleys: and hills; an instructive talk given at the
Percy." celebration of Armistice Thanksgiving Menu
II day. A land of wheat, and barley, and regular Friday chapel program last
Nomination of officers for Fruit Cup
Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Smith, of Pa- next vines, and fig trees and pomegranates week by J. E. Beardsley. In his

,1\\ hokee, formerly of this place, spent year were also made as a part of ; a land of oil. olive and honey; Celery Olives, talk Mr. Beardsley said that whileit
the regular November Crown Roast of Pork with Force-
Sunday here as. guests of Mr. and meeting. A land wherein thou shalt eat bread meant that the American childrenwere
Further nominations from meat
Mrs. N. A. Nielson. the without scarceness, thou shalt not Dressing soon to see their fathers and
'I floor and election of officers will Candied Sweet Potatoes
lack any thing. relatives, and that the war had ended
be made at the Legion's Buttered
Mrs. Lula D. Appleyard, Tom W. next regular All our abilities and gifts are Asparagus Tips it meant that the French kiddies
meeting, the second Jellied Salad
.1 Appleyard, and Stewart Fletcher, of Tuesday in from God, for which we should be Cranberry would again renew acquaintence with
December. Ham Rolls Butter
Tallahassee spent the week-end in humbley thankful. The rich and soap, and candy, of which two commodities
Pie Coffee
Clewiston as guests of Mr. and Mrs. the poor are alike dependent on God. Pumpkin the French had been deprived -

'.I' E. L. Stewart.Mr. THANKSGIVING PROGRAM All our blessings are gifts of unde- Nuts during the latter part of the

served ''blessings The lesson con- The fruit cup and cranberry jelly world wide conflict.
A special "
ill and Mrs. M. F. Gay, and Frank Thanksgiving program tinues, "But thou shalt rememberthe
will be given at chapel hour
and Mrs. William 'Willets and Frank next Lord thy God: for it is he that

I cI: Willets and Miss Lotta Keith, of Wednesday morning, to which all gives thee power to get wealth, that
friends of the school
; ; South Bay, were guests of Mr. and are invited. he may establish his covenant whichhe "-

!, Mrs. E. L. Stewart Saturday night. sware unto thy fathers, as it is
SCOUT NOTES
this day." NOTICEWE

Charles F. Trainor<< levee inspector Malachi 3:10: sets out a promiseof

of Pahokee, has been in Miami The weekly meeting of Troup 23 God in these words, "Bring ye all

for the past week where he went was held Monday evening at the the tithes into the storehouse, that
for infected He scout hut in Ventura street.
treatment of an eye. Twenty-
there may be meat in mine house,
is reported as making satisfactory four scouts, five officers and one vis-
and me herewith. saith the
itor were present. prove HAVE GOOD LAND FOR RENT
progress.
Lord of hosts, if I will not open you
The business part of the
I meetingwas the windows of heavenan d pour

; E. E. Kelly spent the week-end: in short and was in charge of Jun- you out a blessing, that there shall FOR FALL AND WINTER CROPS

;' Jacksonville and Daytona Beach. He ior Assistant Scoutmaster Wynn. "
, not be room enough to receive it.
returned Monday with the informa- Scoutmaster King explained the Jam- In the old testament most of the

tion that Mrs. Kelly is recoveringfrom boree to be held in Fort Myerss Friday rewards promised refer to blessingsin

her recent illness and has mov- November 25th. The football this life while in the new testa- Prosecuted.Clewiston
game to be played there Trespassers Will Be .
ed to her home in Daytona Beach. on that ment the blessings are mostly to be
day between the Clewiston
troup given in the future life. ,But there

: A. A. Munroe, local manager of and a Fort Myers troup was discussed. are many blessings and joys that

'. the Western Union office, is actingas come in this life to those who obey
relief at Moore Haven The troup then gathered in the
manager
the commands of Christ and serve

this weekwhile Mrs: Melvin Harbenof yard where try-outs were held for him. It pays tobh in this life and The Co.he .

that place is on a vacation. Mrs. pyramid and signal tower buildingand in the future to follow his teach-

Munroe is acting manager of the wall scaling. A race was also ings.

Clewiston office while he is away. conducted to determine the membersof In speaking of worldly blessings
the relay team.
Christ said, (Luke 12:31) "Seek ye

I cPl, MRS FOR STEWART TALLAHASSEE ENTERTAINS VISITOR games Two of very capture exciting the and flag were humorous then the things kingdom shall of be added God: unto and you.these" x::..:..:..:..:..:..:.;:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..: -.x..:..:+:..:..:--: ..:.:+)) :...:+:+-r:x

played before the boys decided it .
Blessing s may not'always come as
i: 1 was time to to bed. .
Mrs. E. L. Stewart entertained a go
we expect -or desire them, but usual- }. .

number of her friends at her ,home ly they are to our advantage, if we

here Saturday night in honor of HOME INDUSTRIES ADD accept and use them. In 1 Cor. 16:2 Public i ix

Mrs. Lula D. Appleyard, of Tallahassee TO INCOMES OF RURAL Paul said, "Upon the first day of the Open to

I I whq spent the week end in FAMILIES IN FLORIDA week let every one ofyou lay by

Clewiston as her guest. him in store, as God bath prospered --. .

During the evening dancing was Not so many years ago "pin money"or him." Iti s generally acceptedits

enjoyed; by the guests. "butter and egg money for the old y
1 1I
Among those present were: Mr. woman" was considered a trivial and :_: Moderate Green Fees .

and Mrs. William Willets, and Frank rather unimportant matter by the included palmetto baskets and ..

Willett, of South Bay, Mr. and, Mrs. man of the farm. Not so now. Scorns magazine racks, pine needle and reed _:i:: Exceptional Fairways :::

i Murray Gay, of South Bay Miss I [ at best, passive interest has given baskets. trays- and other novelties. In f

Frances Tippey, Miss Frances Mun way to warm interest and welcome. addition they had good sales for :: Interesting Grass Greens =::

R : roe, Miss Eunice Meredith, Miss Eliz For the "old woman's pin money" crystalized fruits, preserves, marma- yx

1\ abeth West, Miss Mae Drew, Miss I operations have assumed a place of lades, cakes and other food products. .
.. _..
I Vilma Rhodes, Miss' Sue Maxwell,,, real importance on many farms. They are planning to do 'similar .s. ""' ...

Miss Louise Waldron, Miss Lotta Farm women are helping to supplement work this year. In fact, they have .!. 'r :

Keith, of South Bay, Mrs. Evelyn I the farm income in many some kind of products for sale near- : + :., :

Pace, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McGehee, ways. In addition to raising chickens ly all of the year' not just precedingthe I ::: ( The Most Popular {

S L. L. Shirley, of Pahokee, Zernh and selling egs, growing and selling Christmas season. Hooked rugs I! y
.s.
Meredith, Harry Peters, Joe, JohnVf garden vegetables and fruit, they are and rag rugs are standbys. A wide Recreation Center *

< son, John Lucas, Campbell Nail, R. canning and preserving products of variety of novelties are used.It :i: ; .

} L. Coker, Victor and Herbert Blate,, the farm and selling them; they are goes without saying that what- A '

C. J. Lovvorn, and Tom. W. Apple. making craft .articles, such as baskets ever is made for sale by farm women In Clewiston :='
::
yard and Stewart Fletcher, of Talla.. rugs, novelties and decorationsand should be well made and attractive.In I

hassee. selling them. And by so doing addition to labels telling what the .s. ? 's'A

they are adding to the farm incomein food product is Christmas seals and .. \ '"'- ""' ..-...,. 's

DANCE HERE WEDNESDAY no unimportant way. decorations can be placed on the jars .i.. ; :.s.A ,:

A dance at the Clewiston Ini Christmas wreaths of native materials preceding Christmas. Attractive

I i- sponsored by the Clewiston post oj:r are attractive and nearly,always packages are a great aid in selling I

the American Legion next Wednes- find a ready market. Women of this and kind of products which shouldbe I ewes you Golf Course i I

day will usher the Thanksgiving season .- county who have attended demon- in packages.The .

I. into Clewiston. Music for th
festivities will be furnished by 'Puss, agent last year made.and sold several the aid of the depleted family A k

Hortman" and.. his.. celebrated. .. -orchestra .. hundred such wreaths. Other craft purse, and craft work is helping -ti
articles on which they realized! prof- them to make a (!successful effort. r--;+ ..;..;--;..':..;..;..! ;..;..;..;..:;.-.xK"X..x..:..x..x?-:..XHX "X''x''X"XSMXXM; :-




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PAGE FOUR THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, NOVEMBER, 18, 1032.

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NO MORE "OFFICEHOLDERS the big counties needs attentionlike district Three, LaBelle, Florida.

LOBJJY" this one which Is "the only NIMRODS READY I Alto Hires, County Commissioner,

break In Tampa's good road con- district Four, Ft. Denaud, Florida.F. .

The" "officeholders lobby" which nection with the rest of the state," L. Dunaway, County Commis-

has been conspicuous at sessions of .-the big city papers lose no timein FOR FIRST HUNT sioner, district Five. Felda. Florida.A. .

the Legislature, exerting Its utmost urging the road department to G. Carr, Member School Board,

Influence to put through legislation get busy. But when there is a sim- district One, Felda, Florida. 4..
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favorable to officeholders and to kill ilar break in Fort Myers' or Ocala'sor Drew Hampton, Member School

legislation inimical to their interestswill Sebring's good road connectionswith OF GAME SEASONEVERGLADES Board, district Two, LaBelle, Fla.C. .

find itself "hors du combat" at the rest of the state we reada I E. Miner Member School Board.

the coming session. unless the atti- : lot in the Tampa Tribune. Miami (- district Three, Clewiston, Fla.

tude of Dave Sholtz, incoming Gov- Herald and such of "cow paths" and Paul Deam, Justice of the Peace,
road A SCENE OF A GENERAL Buzzard, Butcher Bird, Wildcat
"unnecessary building.
been misunderstood. District One, Clewiston. Fla.
ernor, has road. according to the Tribune TREK TOWARD IGCYIHESS Weasel, Skunk, Flying Squirrel, Bear
necessary Howard Justice of the
Men supposed to be close to the Panther George ,
AND OTHER Opossum. Red and Gray
and the Herald is the
one District Two LaBelle Fla.E. .
it his
next Governor give as inten- Peace, ,
HUNTING GROUND Fox, Alligator, Rabbit.
tion to advise all county officeholders people have to'ride over to get to i B. Butler. Constable, Justice of

that there place Is "on their those towns conveniently, while Bag Limits the Peace's district Number One
roads that merely enable customersto One day-Deer (Buck only) 1;
jobs" during the two months the State Game Commissioner C. C. Clewiston, Florida.
reach rival smaller towns Quail 15; Duck 15; Doves 18; Geese
Legislature Is in session, as well as are R. F. Luckey, Constable, Justiceof
lavish Woodward sends out a greeting and 4; Brant 4; Cat Squirrel '15; Coots
the other 10 months of the extravagancies of a spend- the Peace's district Number Two,
during
thrift road department.We friendl word of advice to hunters: 20; Gallinules 15; Rails or Marsh

year-and he doesn't wish to see say we are for this road the Just a few more days and the 1932 I Hens 25; Rails and Gallinules in the LaBelle, Florida.
them in Tallahassee while the legis-
hunting season will open. Many of aggregate 25.
lature mill Is grinding.It Tribune wants. Perhaps we shouldbe have been anticipating and plan-I Season-Deer Lake Okeechobee . It is ex-
you (Buck only) 2;
foxy and hope that it is delayed.::
is predicted that shortly be- For ning for this annual event, with expectations Turkey 5; 200 of any other game plained that the sudden and high
and Miami
just as soon as Tampa -
fore the state solons assemble next of great pleasure. It is I bird or animals. waves caused by squalls are due to
get .all their "good road connec-
April, notice to this effect will go tions the best my sincere wish that you fully real- General Provisions the general shallowness.-St. Pete
we may expect morn-
from the Governor's office to all of- ing papers in those towns to start ize your anticipations. Many of you j Possession must not exceed two Independent.To .

ficeholders In the 67 counties. Inasmuch for "road will go into the fields with your dogsin days' bag limit at any one time; unlawful prevent waves, deepen the lake
yelping again holiday"will
a
as the power of suspensionor search of quail; others into the during closed season except like the Atlantic.-P. E. B. in Tampa
leave Glades county citizens to !
removal is vested in the Governor be pulled through, the sand and Hen- woods for deer and turkey and other during the five days immediately following Tribune.

with, of course, the consent of the game, and others to the marshes and the open season.TransportationTwo.
to 'walk when dis-
dry county people Children are creatures who
Senate, these notices will carry full waterways for ducks and other wat-
days' bag
they want to go to their county seat grace you by exhibiting in public the
official weight. erfowl. Whatever may be your objective limit may be transported as personal
to hear candidate to be
a running example you set them at home.-Ex-
The "officeholders lobby" has, in their next governor. Fort Myers may you have the best of baggage during open season. Re- change.

the past sessions, been more or less News-Press. luck. And, in wishing you the "bestof stricted as to license.

powerful In Tallahassee. For yearsit luck" I mean, not only a well filled Sale of game, both native and imported -

stubbornnly and successfully opposed EVENTUALITIESThe game bag, but also the other things unlawful except as provided -----

the change of compensation of.( that go to make a successful hunting for from game farms, and reindeer

county officers from fees to stated instructor was telling the class trip-good fellowship, clean sports- meat imported and sold under per- r- -

salaries. Under the old system, all about the parachute. When he manship and no regrettable accidents mit from State Game Commissioner.

whereby the officer kept for himselfall had finished a rather nervous cadet either on ,your part or on the partof Closed Areas-All .state breeding '

the revenues of his office over approached him. "What do we do others. Play the game square, according grounds. New

and above the expense of operating if it does not open?" he said. The to the rules of good sportsmanship Game Farms Privately owned

It. some county officers received compensation instructor eyed him witheringly. "In respect the rights of others, may be operated under license.

reaching $20,000 a year, that case you immediately report to seek the l beauty of nature and learn Location

and naturally the beneficiaries of Peter and await instructions.-Ex- lessons taught only in the school of LIST OF COUNTY OFFICERS

this system wished to hold on to change. the Great Out-of-Doors. And remem- ELECTED NOV. 8, 1932.

the fatness thereof; hence the "of- ber that the privilege that is yours to --

ficeholders lobby." ,Numerous other Congressional Oddity participate in the enjoyment of this H. J. Farris, formerly at Pool Room

entirely selfish considerations actuated Oscor DePriest, Chicago's negro great natural resource is but a limit- R. Everette Burchard. County Rep- Barber Shop, has opened the

this lobbyat succeeding sessions. Congressman, was re-elected. His ed one, that there are others of this resentative, Ft. Denaud, Florida.H. .

Constantly on watch for any bill affecting chances of drinking tea with Presi- and future generations for whose A. Rider, County Judge, LaBelle CIVIC CENTER

their official interests, county dent Roosevelt are not toogood.- benefit and enjoyment, the .State is Florida. BARBER SHOP

officers absented themselves from Lake City Reporter. morally and legallly obligated to II., L. Delaney, Sheriff LaBelle, in
Specializing Women's andChildren's
Florida.
their posts of duty and infested the safeguard and perpetuate this re "
HITCH HIKERS ARRIVE source. Willaim T. Hull Clerk Circiut HaircutsI
Capitol and its environs with their
self-seeking: activities. (Continued from page One) C. C. WOODWARD, Court, LaBelle, Florida.
reached the snowbirds. If
so, they State Game Commissioner. Hurd L. Reeves, Tax Assessor, La- will appreciate your patronage.
Under Governor Sholtz
if his were ignored.AS .
Receipts for Licenses Will Not Be Belle, Florida.
friends read his right. this the drifters hit
purpose a town they

Recognized.All Frank A. Dougherty. Tax Collector, CIVIC CENTERBARBER
activity is to end with the convening -, are persuaded to keep going. In some LaBelle
Florida.
county judges have been furn-. ,
of the Legislature of 1933. Of-
cases, as reports yesterday indicated,
ished with an ample supply of E. L. Stallings, Superintendent of SHOPH.
ficeholders will not be welcome dur- f
they were told deliberately that they
Public Instruction LaBelle. Florida.
li-1 ,
cense blanks and there
ing April and May in or around the i could find steady work in Florida is no I '
excuse for not being able Dave G. Alston, County Commis- J. FARRIS
Capitol, so far as the executive officeis This was done of course, to be rid I anyone
obtain a license before going hunt- sioner, district One, Clewiston, Fla.
concerned. This ought to be of them. It adds
a tremendously, how- t J
ing. Game wardens have been instructed B. F. Magill, County.Commissioner,
great help to the members of the ever, to the big city problem.-Wed- i -
district Two. LaBelle, Florida.
Legislature, who have, In the past, nesday's Tampa Tribune. not to recognize any receipts -
been disturbed and distracted by the for licenses.A Ray C. Hull, County Commissioner I .....

Few Things Hunters Should Do
Importunities of the "officeholders WORK SOON TO START ON UNIT
lobby." 1.-Buy a license. It is evidence that
OF STATE ROAD
you have contributed toward the per:
Governor Sholtz doubtless will
petuation of the sport. 4
take a like position with regard to face of the new grade, traffic will
2.-Respect the rights of, property
other lobbies-but he will lack with be diverted between Ft. Denaud and .
owners. Gates left fences torn
with them the weapons which he is Alva via the north river road, whichis open,
down, and other such thoughtlessacts 1 1
empowered to weild in dealing with said to be rough, but passable at Special Thanksgiving
arouse the enmity of landownersand
the officeholders Tampa Tribune. present.

The road department has already encourages the posting of landsto Dinner 60c "
all hunters. I
SCHEDULE purchased the asphalt material which t
3.Agun is a deadly weapon. Han-
will be shipped to LaBelle for distribution .-
dle it with care. Carelessness
may
on the job. Already the
Here is a part of the 1932-33 department has constructed bridgesand cost you your life or the life of !
others. Unload when Cream Celery Soup
Basketball schedule of the Tri Coun- culverts on the right of way. your gun you
are through hunting. 'I Roast Turkey; with Cranberry Sauce 1
ty League, of which Clewiston is a Late this week only a Very small '
member. Clewiston's complete sche- stretch of road between Clewistonand 4.Be careful with fires. Put out J .., Baked Duck with Oyster Dressing .

dule has not been announced: LaBelle remained for complete your fire before leaving camp. Salad Fruit Salad Hclish.

Dec. 9, Alva at Moore Haven. re-surfacing. This ClewistonLaBelle 5.-Shoot only at game in range or Celery and Olives Vegetables .

Jan. 13, Clewiston at Moore Haven. stretch is being done by the you will likely only cripple it. Candied Yams Mashed Potatoes Green Peas .

Jan. 27, LaBelle at LeBelle. A. O. Reynolds company, contractorsof 6.-Be sure to see what you are Hat Biscuits Corn :Muffins

Feb. 10. Clewiston at Clewiston. I West Palm Beach. It makes this shooting at. :Fruit: Cake Pumpkin Pie Cocoanut Cream Pie I

Feb. 24, Alva at Alva. % stretch of cross state highway one of 7.4clear conscience is preferableto :Mince Meat Pie or JelloSUGARLAND

March 10, LaBelle at Moore Haven. I the best in the state.G. a well filled game bag. I
Both 8.-Game killed fairly and legally is -
boys and girls teams are t
something to be proud of-game
using players that are young and J. L. SMITH COMMITS: : SUICIDEAT

will probably average smaller than NOON TODAY killed thing to unfairly be ashamed and illegally of. is some- CAFE
their \
opponents. However, they are
developing it'is 9.-A real sportsman is always a
speedy play and be-
(Continued from One '
page ) gentleman. 1 Sirs. F. J. Stokes, Proprietor
lieved they will give a good accountof
years and years. I have come to Season

themselves in the scheduled gamesChile's the conclusion that it is about time .
Deer (Buck only-November) 20 >
for to
me get oft this earth.
to December 31.
shortage of imported necessities Yours very truly,
Quail, Turkey, Cat Squirrel-No-
is becoming acute. G. J. L. SMITH.Mr. .
vember 20 to February 15.
Smith used a typewriter for
Marsh Hens or Rails-September
TAMPA NEEDS A ROAD all three of the letters, however, each
-
I 15 to November 30. (Can be takenin
was dated with a pen which might T"T
T salt marshes
only.)
indicate that
they were written at
The Tampa Tribune, leading or- Snipe-November 20 to January
earlier
an date. Each was dated to-
gan in the lately diminishing "road 15.
In the letter left for Mr. CottrellMr.
building holiday" ballyhoo, has Smith left detailed instructionsfor Doves-November 20 to January

found another "most needed pieceof 31. except in Monroe, Broward and Your ThanksgivingDinner
his burial and requested that
highway construction." As you Dade counties, September 16 to No-
there be
no services of any kind held
may suspect, it is up in Hillsborough vember 15 (subject to approval of
and that burial be made as quicklyas
county and the Tribune calls it "the : County Commissioners) ]
possible. Carrying out his wishes
only break in Tampa's good road Ducks. Geese, Brant, Coots-No-
the
will
burial take place tomorrow
connection with the rest of the vember 20 to January 15 (Federal
at nine
morning o'clock.Mr. .
state." So, of course "it should be law.)
Cottrell is the father of Patri-
built at the earliest possible date." Exceptions: No open season en
cia Cottrell Smith, who was adoptedby with all the
prepared as only
It happens that the missing link any game in Pinellas county. No trimmings,
Mr. and Mrs. Smith after the
the Tribune mentions is on Road open season on Deer and Turkey In
the INN meal.
death of her mother in the 1926 can prepare an appetizing
Five, the West coast north and Sumter county. (Ducks on Lake Ia-
storm, will serve as executor of the
south route which becomes the Tam- estate monia and' Jackson in Leon county, Certainly, we'll have Turkey!
as requested by Mr. Smith.
iami Trail when it gets down here. Miccosukee in Leon and Jefferson .-
Mr. Smith was proprietor of Smith ,
We are for it, too; not because it Fisheries, one of the leading commer- counties, may be shot on Mondays, .... (

is in Hillsborough county, however Wednesdays and Fridays only.
cial fish
houses on the lake. He has
but because it appears to be
urgently No SeasonNo
Open
been one of the city commissionersfor
needed construction on a through open season on Wood Duck,
many years and most of that
road up and down the state. For time has served as mayorcommissioner. (Summer Duck), Doe, Deer Plover, The Clewiston Inn
the same reason we have been act-
He was well-known in the Yellowlegs, Swan, Woodcock all im-
ively for that comparable missing ported game.-all non-game birds ex-
county, well liked and highly res-
link
over at LaBelle, not alone be- pected. cept: Clewiston :Florida

cause it Is essential construction on Unprotected ,

a through route across this end of When the country goes wet the English Sparrow SharpshinnedHawk

e the state from ocean to gulf. government dry squad raiders will (Little Blue Darter) Cooper's

It will escape no one, we trust, have to buy theirs the game as other Hawk (Big Blue Darter), Goshawk, .

that when',- apiece... of.. road- in.'. onq". .of' peoplet t--Exchange,- Great Horned Owl, Crow, Jackdaw; -- -