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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: December 2, 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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.. Ad.VOLU IE 6. NUMBER_ 49 9 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA FRIDAY, DECEMBER: 2, 1932. $2.00 PER YEAR

"5 -*",, dI

WORK IS STARTED Clewiston Scouts In Legion OJ-mer Clewistonite SCHOOL GETS FULL


Ft. flyers Jamboree Has Muck In ShoesWhen
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,0 ON LABELLE ROAD
To usher in the winter ACCREDITED RATING!

Troup 23, of Clewiston, won sec- dances, a dance will be Florida
muck gets in a per-
ond place in a Jamboree held in the American Legion at : "
shoes he wants
always to get
I 20 MEN PUT TO WORK THIS iston Inn, Tuesday night, EQUIPMENT TEACHERS
Fort Myers last Friday with a totalof to' Florida, is the opinion of I STUDIES
WEEK ON NINE MILE 98 points Several of the contests 6th. Music will be GET FULL APPROVAL OF
R. Winter, Jr., former Clewis-
STRETCH in which the Clswiston troup Heide and his orchestra.Heide's STATE EXAMINERS
who'
1 man now holds down an
was most proficient were not held, orchestra is post on the Philadelphia
due to inclement weather. to' dance-goers of
Public
.- Work on the :LaBelle-Lee county Scout Executive H. O. Kight was plays at the Belle Glade Ledger. After a careful check of all equipment
One example of that desire
.. I line unit of the cross state highway in charge of the activities which dances every Friday night. noted in a recent editorial might in standing of teachers, school
was started Wednesday by the state attendance is expected by
: included knot tying, drilling, fire- Philadelphia paper just after grounds, course of studies, and every
road department forces.It charge of the dance.BURCHARD .
games.
building, races and A sud-
is expected that the 9 mile heavy rains severely damaged other detail going to make up a standard
den shower concluded the Jamboree
., I stretch will be completed by,the mid- bean crop on the eastern shore high school, the state board of
before tower building, First aid, and Lake Okeechobee last month. Tho
dle of January, although' some hopeis signalling could be demonstrated.Nine education telephoned assurance to
held out- that it will be finishedby entitled, "Muck in Their '
troups participated in the gave a clear cut discussion M. G. Langford, principal, that the
the first of the
year. Jamboree. Ft. Myers troup 14, gained the Senior and Junior department of
of the
The road is to be surfaced with NEEDS OF phychology an Everglades
sand-mix asphalt composition, a a total of' 151 points to' win first bringing out the stick-to- Clewiston school had been given a
a
place which was rewarded by the of the fully accredited rating with the state
surface that tried by the true farmer in the
is being presentation of a beautiful silver PRIOR TO board
department on many of its roads. trophy.
i The first work of the road forces, In a letter to the Belle Glade The Clewiston now rates on a par
Bobby Hare, a member of the local -
with all other
schools in the state
which started Wednesday was to' the former Clewistonite said ,
troup, suffered the only accident Representative-elect article written and a graduate of the local schools
and is was out
: grade the bridge approaches,
of.the Jamboree. -Bobby tripped and '
eligible for entrance into'
j using about 20 men. It was said in rations For Drafting a clear conscience, with a glow any
fell, breaking his left collar bone
college in the south where the
1 LegislationR. of a Lake Okeechobee requirements
LaBelle Wednesday that the highway memory
:- i department would employ local labor while hurrying through a sack race. before his eyes; haunted by call for a diploma from
Transportation for the Clewiston
a fully accredited high school.
on the work as far as possible. ." : rows, spoil banks, moonvines
Everette Burchad
,
boys was furnished by Mrs. Patterson ,
This is the first
; 1 At a meeting of,the highway board 'resentative-elect Sf hurricanes. It was a sad day for year the Clewiston
Mrs. Bestor, Mr. Butler, Jack
school
has offered the full 12
H. Wells and B. .-the first I ever set foot gridecour.se.
.. Chairman H. George on
.
Van Bush and the Scoutmaster in Clewiston .
Wynn, was Heretofore it
has been rated
said at Clewiston, I'm like the rest ,
Hills, speaking for the board ,
I A. H. Icing.Sparrow sing matters of legislative :
only junior high school. Tae
as a
no' additional contracts would be I 'em-I want to go back. Mean-
with citizens this
I'' of city, let me dip again to senior department work being takenat ,
awarded because of the shortage of for my flag :
ation of
funds in the road department caused Entrant In will prepare a program prior to' the I e fightenest people I ever met the LaBelle high school.
There five students
are registeredin
4 .
by transfers, and a request of Gover-
sion of the state law
the Clewiston school for the
first
,. nor-elect Sholtz that the department Miami Tournament "If there are any
graduating class. Roberta
They are:
'
contracts until the
make no new new
office in Jan- iston which want special Extended For George, Edwin Ward, Robert Mitchell
administration
assumes -
he said, "they will find Jewel Lowe Milton Dean. Dean
and
, ; uary. They said the road board Lloyd Sparrow, Clewiston golf pro', Belle or' if they will let transferred to the Clewiston school

would take on no new projects' until was one of the 162 entries in the I'll be glaft to come here Red Cross Roll Call :Monday from Benton Harbor Michigan -
the new budget could be adopted, Miami Biltmore tournament.
their with them.
open desires ..
--- I Mitchell enrolled the first of
which it Is expected will be done at held in Miami the first part of this. desire to cooperate with
The Red Cross Roll Call .for mem- the school term from Chattanooga
the January or February meeting of I
week. The tournament, with its ests in this county, k i
school. The other seniors
have
High
will be continued through
the highway commission purse totalling $10,000, was the rich- I am to represent no
early part of next week in order taken their preparatory work in the
est in the country this year, and to' the exclusion of others. Clewiston and LaBelle schools.
allow as new members for
was brought to Florida early in the Mr. Burchard said he many
Stanley M. Neill Dies Clewiston chapter as possible, "Clewiston should be proud of tho
season by Henry L. Doherty, Florida no' "minority program" to'
fact that its school
R. Y. Patterson said :yesterday. was accreditedthe
booster, as an attraction for the the salvation of the state
first term full course
From Auto Accident I a was given,
whole state.Clewistan's. From indications and promises the
! cooperate with other
I and:I it the
: was! only by cooperation
I pro turned in a 39-46 legislature. He said he is call will go beyond the tenta- of all concerned, that the rating was
of 100 members set the
for the first 18 hole round and then to draft local laws with goal by "
f t' Stanley M., Neill was killed Sun- given, Prof Langford said. Recent
organizers. More than half the
, day when the car he was driving carded another 85 the second. The to hunting in Hendry equipment added to the Clewiston
reached last
week
t L. skidded into the canal at 20 mile high winds and rain prevailing on a possibility of asking that was early school and a careful selection of

1.c bend on the West Palm Beach high- the handsome Miami Biltmore course ing season in this county at least of joining 25 others tomorrow have given and subjects to' be taught, together with

I s I way. Mr. Neill was driving the car during the tournament was given as entirely for a short term ; _, ,_' _'_..< ... ,: the rigid standards, in. the schoolare
: '- w -
I :' ,- ":: := -. formerly owned by Ed Butler, of the cause for the high scores of some "This is being done to;' responsible for the full rating

i r. 'I :. this city, taking it to Miami when .of the nation's most famous pros, game here," he said. While the drive for membership given by the state board of educa
who were entered in the tournament. The representative-elect those in charge of the
/ \ the brakes failed to work as he was
I ', 1, attempting to slow down for the The players included Billy Burke, ing a great deal of his time 4)f of the Clewiston chapter tion.Pupils of the school are now pre-
winner of the American last to' studying the particular still requesting donations of
sharp c urve. He died in a Palm open paring for the term examinations to
I Beach hospital His residence was year, Gene Sarazen, Joe Kirkwood, Hendry, county in the way thing to' be distributed through be given next week. It was plannedto

given as Miami. Walter Hagen, Paul Runyan, Ed sary laws. One item that local organization. present a high school play before

I The driver of the car following Dudley, Tommy Armour, and a host ing his particular Articles of clothing for the Red the Christmas holidays, but with the

Mr. Neill extricated him from the of other golfers of the first water. of fire prevention, to may be left a1'the Community students minds turned vigorou<'*lv to

wreckage and hurried him to' West First prize money, $2,500, went to the most destructive forces office in the Hopkins build- studies, it was decided to' postponethe

Palm Beach. A fractured skull was Denny Shute, 28 year old Clevelandpro Florida. He said he flatly play until the new year.

given as the cause of Neill's death. who' hung up a card of 291 for any move on the part of

..;b. s the 72 holes. Shute was followed Walton League, or any PLAY FOR BOY SCOUTSAn NO FROST REPORTED
SCOUT NOTES one stroke behind by John Revolta to close Lake Okeechobee

-----i' whose extra stroke cost him a hand- mercial fishing. evening's entertainment will be Although frost warnings were

The attendance at the meeting some pocketful of change when he Mr. Burchard said he in the near future for the posted for this section early this

Monday night was small because of was forced to take second prize. under advisement the of the Clewiston Boy Scout week, farmers around Clewiston reported -

disagreeable weather. Sparrow withdrew after the 36 plification of the general it was announced by members no' frost found. TIle ther-

The business part of the meetingwas holes. ballots and will favor a the local troup this week. The na mometer took a decided drop, eno'igh!

short and was conducted by vise the election, laws, if of the performance was not to' retard plant growth, but no damage -

,. J Scoutmaster King. Dr. A. M. Paxton, and Miss Dodd, shown that the result will ,- since one three-act play and was done. Bean shipments from

After discussing a proposed camp- of the state board of health, were in voting. one-act plays are being given' the south shore continued, althoughthe

Ing trip, the boys played several Clewiston Tuesday making tuberco- The young for the benefit produc movement was light, and prices

games and then dismissed. losis tests at the Lakeside hospital. ded that he had been far above the average quoted.
a Republican since coming '

from St. Louis in 1925. -

Tip of Nation's Playground he Republican made it plain principles he he Kiwanis Club Told of

and tan connections in I

j ti l S Ideal For 1\. National Park the an tan"party connections is in no danger in Fortune Shared For AskingThe ;

In matters of

By Dr. J. G. Gehring secting this vast, primitive area, the commendations, he said following are excertps from As a matter of fact he was my former -

A marvelous thought has come into Tamiami Trail in the extreme north give the heartiest address by Vash Young, of New self. Yes, after a long suffering

the minds of a group of nature- ern portion and the road to Key proper Democratic to the Business Interests of illness, my former self finally gave

loving people down here on the tail West in the extreme eastern. All the the county. ,' Ky., January 30 last year. up the ghost and died. And I would

end of the Florida peninsula. It is rest of the approximate two thousand address was given in part by like to tell you what was buried with

nothing less than an inspiration--the square miles is primitive as the W. Ezelle to' the Clewiston Kiwan- him: Fear, Pessimism, Indecisionvrorry
,
like of which now and then comes Lord made it and left it, only In TURKEYS Club here Wednesday night. Selfishness, Regretting e' *>

Into the hearts of men-to make rare spots touched by the hand of "A Fortune To Sharo," that is the past, Doubting the future, Stewing

them wonder why it is that so won- man. The conception is that beforeour of my address. A fortune to aoout business, Being irritable 3t

derful and far-reaching a conception ruthless methods of effacing na-. WITH FIRST In explanation I would like home, Envying the other fellow, SI ,

could not have before presented itself ture get any further foothold it be say that while you may not know very to false appetites and desires,

made into a national park-to' be and I may not look it, I am, in and a lot of other junk too numerous
'
I There is down here upon' this ex- forever policed and preserved for the MADGE COX AND MRS. fabulously wealthy, and my to mention.

treme point of Florida a section of 125,000,000 people who are as yet PAPE OF LABELLE are not the kind that takes: The Will

territory that is unlike anything ex- unaware of the untold treasures UNIQUE THRILL and flies away. My wealth "These things were all buried with

isting In all the rest of our country. within its boundaries. Even ,at this be affected by bank failures, my former self. After the funeml

Relatively few people have dreamed writing grass and muck fires are Call it beginners' luck market depressions and busi- the will was read and I found that

that our far-flung northern contin- sweeping over vast areas, forever you please, but the record depressions. It is permanent and ray new self had Inherited the following -

ent contains a very limited area thatIs destroying the hammocks, and ex- best hunting luck of the so you are welcome to riches forever: Fearlessness,

essentially tropical in its fauna tending from the eastern boundaries to Mrs. Marvin Pape, part you may want. I Contentment, Unselfishness, Optimism -

F" and flora-where frost rarely pen- as far as the Gulf coast. bride, and Miss Madge How Acquired"I .I Decision, Forgetting the past,
etrates and where there is a wild We have national parks in various of LaBelle, who fired acquired this great wealth Confidence in the future,_ Dominion

-'". V. -' life of animal and plant largely unlike places, all of them in the north, con- shot guns Saturday evening the death of an old asso- over business troubles,' Kindness and

.1 anything existing above the 26th taining mountains and rivers, forests still telling about the of mine. Now you may think patience at horn, Rejoicing in the

degree of latitude! And that means and lakes, canyons and glaciers, and each killed with that 'first rather strange for me to tell glee- other fellow's success, Freedom from

\ 26 degrees north of the equator. ice and snow glore-but they are all Mrs. Pape, and her about the death of an old false appetites and desires and many

To the nature student there are more or less alike in the sense that Cox Frank Cothern and But this is one funeral over other lich things of similar nature."I .
I
here untold, possibilities wherein he they are northern. And to' think went into the woods in I can be very happy, as you took this inheritance and start-

I may literally riot in. a new and hitherto that within easy reach of the larger end of Devil's Garden, soon see. This old associate had ed out into the business world and

I unrecognized tropical world portion of our population there turkey. While they were me very badly while he lived, it made me successful beyond my
.5 : not much over 24 hours from New should lie an area that is a very about the camp fire at his death he more than: made fondest hopes. I started giving it

York, and all under our own stars real part of the tropical world wherein as quietly as possible for everything: Now I do not away to' people :with whom I came

i. and stripes, with our own American nearly every tree, shrub, and plant water surrounding the telling you who' this old asso in contact, and the more I gave away

civilization at its very threshold. and nearly everything that creeps bage, hammocks of that was. He looked just like me j the more I received. It is a fortune

There are but two highways inter (Continued on page 4) (Continued on page he had the same name as mine. | (Continued on page 4).

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TWO THE CLEWISTON NEWS
FRIDAY. DECEMBER 2, 1032.
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legitimate company It is certainlynot

The Clewiston GJ\&WS amiss to drop a word of caution Crystalized fruit or home-made

of what might happen. TOO LATE TO BY fruit cake Is a reminder of a

Published every Friday in Clewlston, Tho Wall street editor believes thoughtful friend for days to come.

Worlda by the CLBWISTON NEWS most of the brew stock being offeredon DI CLASSIFY RUSSELL KAY A bottle of syrup or a jar of choice

..' lac. the markets today Is mighty good preserves and jelly can be a gift of ,
stuff for the .. real in its '
Entered Investor to leave alone. beauty cellophane
as second class matter fast
The editorial recently appearing in I don't know who it was electedme and you can consider this an open tied with a sprig of mistletoe :
'- February 1. 1927, at the Post Office
at Olewtston,. Florida, under the Act this investors magazine says: :: a member of the National Unem- letter in behalf of each and every ened In Its bright red cord. Fresh

o of ,March 3, 1897.A "From the abundant evidence ployment Relief Board, but for the one of 'em, no matter who they voted country sausage is a treat to most

., available on all sides one would past ten days I been gettin' letters for, but remember, you got to reduce folks and can be wrapped attractively. -

newspaper devoted ,to the best imagine that a gullible public has from hither ,and :yon from folks I expenses and balance the bud- A box of home-made cookies Is

|'mterest of Hondry County Florida. jumped to the conclusion that the never even heard of, askin' me to get at the same time. a fragrant reminder to grown per-

ItS leadhiff newspaper. prospective early legalization of use my influence to help 'em get a sons of the spicy odors of the

beer will go far toward solvingall job. FARM CHRISTMAS GIFTS Christmas-time kitchen of their

human difficulties. Loose esti- Some of'em want to manage a childhood.A .
Subscription rate: per year$2.0'0 -
mates of federal "beer revenues" post office, others_ would like to beautiful wreath made from
Outside et Stato of Florida __..$2.50 People differ a great deal in their
ranging, up to $750,000,000 are to INSPECT Prohibition, or collect Internal ideasabout Christmas giving Some greenery from the woods and gar-

Advertising rates furnished on ap- be heard, whereas there is scant reason Revenue, or play around in make the Christmas season an occa- dens will add beauty to any home,

plication.Bushae. to anticipate much, if any, more the Customs Office and one bird sion for selfish trading of costly whilE a box of Christmas greens

than a tax return of $200,000,000 a even wants a job as doorman at the gifts, while others find it a time for will be welcomed by all who cannotgo
!
year. Capitol. gracious to the woods to gather their own
's office Clewiston News, giving to friends whom they
Clewlston., Florida. ,Editorial and This would be amply worth having They say, "You remember me, I'm love. yuletide decorations.
but I t will not 'of Itself balance the the guy you met at the Fireman's
Advertising, same. Farm people have an opportunity
federal budget. It would be most un- Ball In 1923
know the fellow
you to make welcome gifts from their Another case of foresight is the
Telephone 339 fortunate if politicians were permitted with the overcoat and tan shoes." establishment of
store gathered from farm and a pretzel factory at
to advance this or
measure with the
And another tells me I never met chard.A Sanford.
shallow claim that It will meet the him but he kn'ew my aunt ,Fanny out basket of
deficit. It must not be allowed to ''in California polished fruits and
and she's
talked aboutme
WE DO IT, DIFFERENTLY vegetables is a colorful present and
distract public attention from the so much he feels we're old time
stern necessities, of a sharp cut in friends. welcomed in any home that does not < .

,Down In South America after governmental spending. I revel in its own garden. Nuts in a T
Each of 'em thinks If I would just bright red tarleton
01 their elections sack
several numerous Moreover, too emphatic warninig present a
It's
,we have read of young riots, street can not be given to the public to be- write a letter to Mr. Fletcher or Mr. festive! appearance in keeping withholiday Results

fights and amateur with the Trammell or Mr. Green or Mr. Some- spirits. A pound of fresh-
wars, ware of the present flood of stock
victorious leader "egging" his followers promotions based on the speculative body Else it would help 'em on account home-made butter, wrapped in par- That Count!

on to the defeated candidates possibilities of brewing companies. of my INFLUENCE.Now chment paper and tied with yellow

forces. Only a tiny minority of the scores maybe I got Influence and bow is a: golden gift indeed, while Folks who read the Independent -

Over here we do it differently. of beer enterprises now being touted maybe I ain't, but my experience has cottage cheese in a clear glass jar soon form the habit of

: After the election which tossed will ever make money. been that influence is something you tempts the most jaded appetite. reading the Want Ads. Be-

,the reigns ,of government into the i What people need to realize, and THINK you c got until you try to use cause they invariably find I.. ., o-

hands of, Franklin ,D.. Roosevelt and that at once, is the hard fact that it. some Item, some bargain or ; _

'his supporters, we find Herbert Hoover liquor Is everything b ut a panaceafor The way it stands now If I am to business opportunity or pre-

defeated, candidate calling, Roose- Hard times. For liquor be kind and accommodatin' I've gotto ferred service that fits In pre-
every
write fourteen different lettersabout cisely with one of their needs.
velt and an advisor into a conference concern stock certificate that is gilt PureBredGuernsey
with himself and his sceretary of fourteen different guys to each
edge there will be dozens that will
the treasury. That's getting some- be dozens: that will not be worth of our ,Congressmen and Senatortellin' s Your Market PlaceThe

where. It' is true the conference last- not be worth the cost of the printing. 'em who's who and( why;

ed only ten minutes but the main Any investor putting money in brewery and that set me to thinkin'. Want Ad section of The
Idea is that There's twelve million folks out Independent
party lines were cast or distillery stock d uring the is St. Peters-
aside while the out-going and the next 2 or 3 years will be taking of work in this country and all of burg's real market place-

in-coming chief executives sat down 'em would like a nice job and nat where everyone gathers with
a, long chance;; for it will take two
to-- a ,table to discuss one of the most or three years to determine if the urally their friends will be glad to Bull something to buy, sell or ex

important affairs of state: that. of I breweries,and distilleries will be successful do anything they can to help 'em, so change. That's why Indepen-

European debt settlement.. enough to make the, stock it, looks like there'll be more letters dent Want Ads are naturally

We could all do well to follow good. written to Congress this month than result getters.
their examples., there will be to Santa Claus. Seven Weeks Old

And since you have 'to stick a Minimum charge five lines

PLANTING WILD FLOWERS IN three cent stamp on each letter, it (about 30 words) $1.05 for

,FLORIDA m G BAGASSE (G ought to at least wipe out' the Postal FOR SALE CHEAP 3 daysandonly $1.80 a week

deficit. But imagine a Congressmansettin' (6 days) in two.editions daily

VERY LIGHT READING down to his morning mail 1
Several weeks
ago we reprinted by
lit
permission from the Country Gentle- the firs{ day he arrives in Washing Dam Is milking 30 pounds 'The

man a copyrighted article 'entitled, The weekly waggle taken by Ba- ton. And then he's gotta figure just dally; of finest,stock. Mayo

"' which man to put where so as t be seen at Crow building.
"Growing ,Wild Flowers. In it was gassee through the shops of Clewis- Evening Independent
insure, the most votes and make the
,mentioned a .very beautiful but 'er ton is evidence that old; man Santa

,'ratio:performer known as Butterfly Cluas, esquire, plans a visit to this least enemies. "The Sunshine Newspaper"

Weed ,A few: days later we received locality in a few weeks. Merchantsare But since we're havln' such a '

from Mr. K. time raisin' revenue to balance the Independent Want Ads cover
Dahlberg, superintendent beginning to receive holiday
of, the budget, why should we be givin' all J. E. St. Petersburg and Pinellas
municipal nurseries at specials and from the price on the I Beardsley "
Miami these fat jobs away. Why not sell county "Like the Sunshine."
a small packet of seed with tags, as compared with those of sim-
the 'em, or better still, auction 'em ".
following
note: iliar products last Christmas, toys '
off?
"Your article on "Growing WildFlowers and novelties will be placed within 0 .
That would relieve : 1
our Congressmen
reach of all this
was quite interesting. It year.
and Senators of a lot of worry "
so happened that I had a ripe pod The only thing worrying,' the mer- and bother and ought to bring in
of Butterfly"Weed in my hand when chants is the question of whetheror
enough Jack to build a flock of new fa
your paper arrived, gathered from not the toys will stand the rough Federal Buildings.I -

one of several seedlings raised from wear the ADULTS put the mechan- : know a lot of guys that would

wild ,seeds planted a year ago.' Con- ical toys through as they shop be glad to pay a reasonable com-

trary to the Danbury, Conn., lady's around trying to pick out a few mission just for a chance to get

experience, some of these seedlings things for Junior. It has been sug- ON ONE. I think it's only, fair to
bloomed in 4-inch pots when hardly gested that manufacturers make all make
a fellow
pay something for the
more than six months old, and after toys in two sizes, one for father and privilege of Economic
his
parking pants In a
planting out all of them, bloomed one for the boy .
swivel chair
and hangin' his hoofson
when they were one year old. If Thanksgiving kinda slipped on
up
aslab
of mahogany, to nothin'
say
anybody cares to repeat my experiment a lot of people this year, at least of havin' a .
salary check crowded on
please hand her or him this no gala preparations were made, but him with more or less regularity.Or Paralysis
seed. The plant is well worth it Just
growing was a case of Thanksgiving
." maybe the sensible thing to do
giving up some of its historic
pres- would
be
CUT OUT
lot
a of these
Needless to state that the, seeds tige in Christmas' favor.
were appreciated offices and see what kind of: luckwe'd o
and were
planted
-0So -
on the have gettin1 along without 'em.
,
grounds at Estero.
many tales
are floating abouton
Maybe Mr.
and Mrs. Citizen don'tneed
there Many people are unaware that the subject, of hunting that it is I. as much nursin' and lookin' after We usually think of tho foreign and the untutoredas

' are large the'seed houses which hard to know which to believe, but as we think. the hoarders- the facts show that today it is the
specialize in growing and sale Canal Point has
one of the best.
of wild flower A I know we been spendin' a helluvalot American born, enlightened citizen, with money, whois
seed. One of the deer, a doe, swam across West Palm
foremost of these of money tryin' to show, our creating our economic paralysis by hoarding.
s that of Theo Beach canal over there "a couple of
dore farmers how to make two blades of
Payne of Los Angeles, Cal. weeks ago and after a chase by three
Seeds of special wild flowers fleet-footed grass grow where but one grew be- Fear has caused people to withdraw over one and :
may negroes was captured in
be had by the packet, ounce'or pound a cane field. Taken alive she was fore, until now we got more blamed one-quarter billions of dollars from, circulation. This

and a recent catalogue lists five different placed in a pen at the old sugar mill grass than we know what to do represents one-fourth of the nation's gold reserve. This

wild flower mixtures,-some there. Sometime during the night with.Well, there's hoarding has destroyed over ten billions of potential
for twelve million folks
growth in shade, some in bright someone broke into the pen, cut thedoe's out! of work, Mr. Congressman, and credits needed for financing business and maitaining
sunlight
and
for roadside planting.some especially: hardy throat, and carried the carcass if you can figure out a way to give A employment Continued hoarding will undermine the "
One :
contains twenty different varieties mixture away. 'em all jobs, believe me, I'm for it I fundamental foundations of our business institutions. 1

of varied -0- If you have money not in circulation deposit it in the
colorings. Several packetsof No, M'm, De Woiks Too Hard
these'wild bank in your community Postal Savings-buy Government -
flower
seeds have recently On :Monday afternoon the writer ,information and had turned to the
been planted at Estero and if strolled into the Community Chest Chest for it. Bonds or spend it for permanent goods, in
two or three varieties other words, use it in some constructive rather
prove adapted distribution office to see what kind The negro came In and after po- way
here the result will well be worth of people are receiving flour being litely removing his cap and holding than have it .rot in a tin box or under a mattress, to the

the effort, and the expense almost distributed it in ultimate damage or possible destrutcloii of
was through the local relief such a position as would prom- our community -

nil.-Estero Eagle. agency. While Mrs. Patterson and inently display the metal tag, said and business organizations. This association

Mrs. McGoheo were telling of the he wanted a bag of flour, that he does not hoard its money, but keeps it working for the

.BEWARE OF BEER SCHEMESA number of deserving families who had no, family here, and that he had upbuilding of the conununity by lending it on firs -mortgage -

are being helped through a little no money. Then Mrs. McGehee ask- secUl'ity-on someone's home.

new angle of the frantic beer hard luck by the flour, they lookedup ed if he had a job. "Yes'm, that is,

situation has been raised, with need- as a long, yellow buck negro ap- I Idld have but I did havecmfwysphrI

Wall ed timeliness-by the magazine of proached the office from the other did have, but I quit," he replied."I .

Street. Brewing companies are side of the street. Mrs. Patterson was working for the company out
being
formed in parts of the coun- turned to the writer and said, "Let'ssee here at one of the sugar camps. '

try, and many of these will take a what kind of a yarn this sponger "Well, what did they fire you about'he
heavy toll)) CLEWISTON
of money from "
the has
gullible to tell. was asked. "Dey didn't fire me,

public which is waiting some I looked the negro over: and notic- I qu its, de work was too hard." '
opportunity to make money fast in ed the shiny metal Then HOME BUILDING'
tag issued by the he told that he had been em-
,any form of investment.
sugar company to its employees ployed dropping cane in the fields

A belief in the hope that a new blinking from a prominent place on near Benbow Farms, and had heard ASSOCIATIONPAGE '

brewing company would serve the his cap. I had finished my business' that the Red Cross was giving away

thirsty Americans will lead many to 1 in the office and started to leave but flour.

manufacture beer If and when it I decided to listen to his tale and then Needless to say: he ,did not get

becomes legitimate. In fact brew- have the laugh on Mrs. Patterson for the fl our. He was strong and could

ery stock la already being offeredfor her early remark, for, I thought, this have had his job If he had not been f.

'.and without sale In many cities of Florida,II man has probably just arrived, In so lazy that dropping'cana was 'too y ..

casting, reflection on any Clewiston and wants some ,general hard a job"

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,.J; FRIDAY DECEMBER 2, 1932. THE CLEWISTON NEWS mum ,THREE

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Victor BJate returned to Clewiston -
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Tuesday after a visit of several weeks HOULD WE REPEAL (1)-- :. -- ---$
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Personal MentionW. In Georgia and North Florida. I'I'I I:
MIAMI DAILY NEWS-CLEWISTON NEWS
18THAMENDMENT II Ii
p:. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Shelley, Dr.
J. JP. Stewart of Miami, was hereon and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle and E. E. Kelly STATE-WIDE BEER POLL

l I t tfi:; business Tuesday. were spectators at the*liaml Bilt- I I I II

a moro Open golf tournament in Miami Straw Ballot Provided in News Do you favor amendment of Florida's prohibition law". '1
W. C. Owen was in LaBelle on Sunday. : to permit manufacture
Which Will be Used With I and !sale; of light winos and beer ''I
business Wednesday. if the national prohibition laws are likewise amended by :,
v C. Nelson, Lieut. N. L. Hemen- Others in Poll I congress? e II

k I'b r C. D. Bever, of Fort Myers, was way, of the 'Jacksonville office of il
Write YES. or NO here:.....-........._...__ I:
r. here on business Monday. the U: S. ;Engineer, returned to their ,.
Should Florida repeal Its -
prohibition
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home early this week after spending
laws so that if authorizes [I
f'f.' R. N. Collins spent the week-end a few deys here hunting.Mrs. manufacture of congress beer Wouldyou favor the calling of a special session of the '
at..his home in Coral.Gables. and light Florida legislature to speed action on. such an amendment "
F wines in the United
States, Floridans ?
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C. E. Miner and yong son, I,
l' could participate In this privilege?
; W. C. Cowart spent the holidaysin who have been in Fort Myers for i.
An, intelligent answer to this question Write YES or NO here:...................._ I
f DeLand with his-wife and family. several weeks, returned to Clewiston (
is being sought by the News ;
Sunday. They are making their. "

f Miss Eleanor Wintle spent Thanksgiving home in the Kettl ,residence. are and:! the Miami Daily News which I REMARKS: ......._.___U"-u.........._................-................... :
:' ,In Ft. Myers and in St. Pe conducting state-wide poll to

1 tersburg. Miss Vilma Rhodes was called to determine state sentiment on the I -...-... ......-.....-....... ........................ ........... I,
Ft. Pierce Sunday on account of the matter. ::::::::::::::,::::::,= :: : = = I j

I f. !I Miss Dorothy Deam spent Thanksgiving death of her aunt, Mrs. Ilka Win- These newspapers and most of 'i

: her with her sister, Miss Kath- disch. She resumed' her duties in their readers, seek to know whether Signature................................................................... I I!
: ryn. Deam. the Clewiston school Tuesday. Floridians want constitutional bars f

1 r let down to permit sale of beer and Address........__.............................................A............. II Ii
i D. L. Shimmier, of Daytona Beach Mr. And Mrs. Hoomes Rich left wine if that privilege is legalized by 1
I I and C. W. Clarke, of Tampa, spent Wednesday for a short visit with congress. (Signatures and addresses are requested only to authen- I"
I ticate ballot and not for publication.) "
Thanksgiving here. relatives in Jacksonville Beach. They They want to know if the major- ,I

; I __* will return Sunday accompanied by ity of :Floridians are tired of a pro- Mail Ballots to Clewiston News, Clewiston Florida !I I

: -:Miss Mary Kline, Parker Wilson Mr. Rich's sister, Mrs. S. C. Davis. hibition which has lasted, to all intent before December ''10th. I I
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j and. .. Roy McIntosh were Sunday visitors and purposes, for a number of :
f in Ft., Myers. Dr. D. C. Mcintosh and Mr. and years7 J6r if they are ready to back I
I I'o Mrs. Jeff Bradley, of West Palm their Votes for wet congressmen at :i I

'). r Sam Danziger, of' Pahokee, 'a pro- Beach arrived last Thursday and the last June Primary with a movement .
duce buyer, was in Clewiston on with' Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Ho'olterand to repeal state laws which

j!' -E business this week. family, spent the day atPalmdalewith would make Florida unable to par-

Mr. Hooker's mother, Mrs. M. ticipate in modification of national an amendment?" .. Signatures
:) a"jo. Mr. and' Mrs." G. T. Augur and,MissII C. Hooker. prohibition if this were authorizedby Without opinion from the Attorney are required on the
MIgnonne St. Martin visitorsin straw ballot which should be mailed;
II were : congress. General, some of the best minds In
Palm Beach last before Saturday, Dec. 10th
Thursday. to the
the state believe two
sessions of the
The News and the Miami Daily
Garden Club Host News have concluded that the best legislature and a state-wide election News, filled '9111 with "Yes" or

i j Miss Clara Schiller spent Wednes- way to, sound public opinion on this will be necessary before the constitution "no" answers to the questions.A .
day morning in LaBelle on busi To Visiting Members
could be
ness. matter .is to conduct a straw ballot amended. full tabulation by counties of
similar to those by which a national The first session would be calledto the poll will be prepared as soon as
The Moore Haven Garden Clubs magazine indicated the wet trend propose repeal of the prohibition the last ballots are received.
L. O. Gravely of LaBelle, .
wa
,
'entertained the members of the Upper vindicated at the last national el- statute. If this action were taken I.u.-%
the out of town visitors hereMonday.
: I among Glades Farm and Garden Clubat ection.A the question would have to be sub- OR MAYBE, ABROAD' HOG
I' i the Woman's Club Room here:yesterday straw ballot accompanying this mitted to referendum, and a second
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l I afternoon. article asks this question: "Do you session of the legislature would have He was dug out of the wreck :Df
r Mrs. E. L. Stewart and Mrs. J. A. !
I I Representatives from the four favor amendment of. Florida's prohi- to be convened to translate the referendum his automobile and carried to the
: McGehee were visitors in LaBelle
Garden Clubs which are members of tion law to permit manufacture' and vote into law if the ma- nearest doctor's office.
Sunday.
I the Upper Glades club were pres- sale of light wines and beer if the jority favored repeal. I can't do anything for this man,

I ,Miss Frances Munroe was the guest,: ent, coming from Clewiston, Belle national prohibition laws are likewise Inasmuch as the legislature will said the doctor, I'm_ a. veterinary. surgeon
Glade and South Bay for the meet- amended by Congress?" and not convene in regular session until '
of Mrs. Van Cothern in Moore HavenThursday. L
.1 Ing.Mrs. also "would you favor the calling April, 1933, at least five months You're the right! :man, doc', said the
C. E. Reidle of South Bay, of a special session of the Florida might be saved If a special session. amateur motorist, r was jackass to
I presided. After .transacting routine legislature to speed action on such were convened earlier. think I could "run that machine.
Mr.
and Mrs. M. S. Hayes of Moore
business a round table discussion of _
Haven, were in Clewiston on business
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: gardening methods presented an interesting -
I Monday.
I I exchange of ideas for the

individual members in the cultivation
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Mr. and Mrs. Perry Hull of La-
on plants and flowers.
.. I Belle transacted business in Clew
' The hostess served light refresh-
: iston Monday.
ments. The next meeting will beheld 1 .
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1-r 1 M. W. Dawson and J. F. Cattlet of in Clewiston on January'5th. !-4'. ;

./t\, :, Tampa were here on business several bert Members Stewart attending, Mrs. G. B.were Rackstraw Mrs. El-, bRffi! '.' '. :,' ',,'.:-1',: : : "-"',-:. : .,' > :",.>: ;< :,, : ,". : .\ :; '...;: ,, ',' ':'.; -. '.' ); -
r )i days this week. -
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Mr s. Lola Warren, Mrs. J. M. Smith, !: !iI'

I Mrs. Leah Spicer, Mrs. W. C. Worth,
I Carl B.. Beckmyer and Frank A.

i 'I .Dougherty of LaBelle, were Clewis and iston Mrs., Mrs.T. M.R. Deckman Y. Creech, all, Mrs.of Clew-Ed

i, ton visitors Friday. Utter, Miss Alice E. Reed and Mrs. Keep Your Dollars I iiAtfiome
Dan Deckman I'
C. "L. Downs and Fred Puryear L all of Belle Glade, '
and Mrs. C. E. Reidle of South Bay,
spent a few days of this week in
Sarasota on business., Mrs. J. C. Swindall, Mrs. Lida Short,
Mrs. C. C. Klutts, Mrs. F. M. Bar-
bee, Mrs. H. S. Gove, Mrs. W. F. Ford !fi
Mr. Mrs: 'F. ffiffi
and K. Foster an .
Harry Peters motored to Fort My- rington, Mrs. Hannah Jones'Mrs. V: !: "" Y1

ers Thursday. Mrs. Foster, who had V. Mason, Mrs. Leo Wilson and Mrs. Lb; (] a

spent the day here, remained. C. H. Settle Democrat.of Moore Haven.MooreHaven ::{ ?

:
.,'" ,'n..,,". .' '. .( :K\
Lloyd Sparrow spent a few days

tered of this the week Miami in Miami Biltmore where golf he tournament en Many Flowers May >h<,.:-; ",, ;c' '. ,. ,::?1 ;:':';lk-: : is

,,' ;, ,. .,.",
: Be Planted for Color '- ".:::' :
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: part Miss of Evelyn the week Hare in spent Moore the Haven early:: Gainesville.-Many annual flown ffiffi ffiffi!: .J..' '. Money is nothing more nor less', ', 1

as the guest of her sister, Mrs. Va ering plants which are planted in S

Cothern. spring in more northern sections may ffiK : than stored labor. When dollars K2ft
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be planted now In Florida to' add : up
/ Mrs. Julius R. Alston returned to a vast amount of often needed color f

# ". i : her home here Monday from an extended to the flower garden and the home ': are idle labor is idle. When
\ .) visit with relatives in New grounds, according to Major 'W. L. '. ;' ,
I Orleans, La. Floyd, of the College of Agriculture.He .

suggested that seed over 18inch ::', you go away from )our home
i C. E. Miner, of the traffic department in diameter be sown in rows a; 1
of the U. S. Sugar Corporation where they are to grow and that .1

was in LaBelle on business smaller ones be planted in seedbedsor : town to spend your dollars you .m
Wednesday. flats and transplanted to the open
---=-- when they are four to six inches

Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Duff were In high. The light sandy soil so abundant I : ': ;. are then sending labor a .Tay: fromyourself !
Miami Sunday where Mr. Duff wentto : in Florida should be enriched :. .

attend a meeting of the Florida with well-rotted stable manure, decayed !:11 .,:" and labor which rightly S?
Year Round club. leaves, or other organic mat- .'
ter. To stimulate quick growth, a !E ::-'" ..j

Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Stallings, of little;regular garden fertilizer shouldbe : belongs to home town. .
your
LaBelle, were here on business Mon worked iuto the soil a few days a?
day. Mr. Stallings came to visit before the plants are set or the, seed ;-.n ",
the Clewiston school.
sown. '
C) .
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\ The same care in transplanting, !:fi "
Mr. and Mrs. George A. Coleman cultivating and watering as is given "
;;;n
; and family of Jacksonville, were: garden vegetables should be given. LC, ;
I Thanksgiving guests of Mr. and If the plants turn yellow, a little t

:: "- Mrs. M. P. Peterson. quickly available nitrate will provea BEiS I tfiffi

,..:...., good stimulant. About a handful t- 3 I ," ffif
L. W. Warren, .formerly of Clew to ten feet of row space is suggested. .dr At

., iston, but now residing in Tampa, ra' no TIe m
\ ,1' arrived here Monday for a few Among the plants which may be
: weeks visit with friends. planted now as far north as Gaines-

i ville are: Ageratum, arctotis, baby's ,

__- A. H. Richardson of DeLand, ar breath, blue lace flower, butterfly
rived in Clewistonn Sunday for several flower, calendula, callipsis, candytufte
months. He making his hot clarkia, cornflower, evening prim- Hi

at the Clewiston Inn. rose, gaillardia, godetia, larkspur, X19
I linaria, love-iu-a-mist, lupinemign- &

Mr. and Mrs. Roy Green and son onette, nasturtium, nicotiana, pansy, ffiffiHW3i
returned to Clewiston Thursday after phlox, poppy, snapdragon, stock, verbena
; having spent the day In Plant strawflower, sweet alyssum, TO2Hffi
City with Mrs. Green's parents. sweet peas and sweet sultan.







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FOUR THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY DECEMBER 2, 19S .

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TIP OF NATION'S PLAYGROUND LOCAL KIWANIS CLUB TOLD FLORIDA ONE OF FORGOTTEN those who come in contact with tEe

IDEAL FOR NATIONAL PARK untmp ikfjoo! OF FORTUNE TO BE SHARED STATES TO GET ATTENTIONIN disease need to be told how to com-

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(Continued from page 1) (Continued from page 1)I complete health.
JrC550n can never deplete, so I more than
and flies andswlms Is wholly differ- The Chrismas Seal Is the most
happy to share with ,* York-PresIdent-elect Roose-
you.
ent-this thought is enough to drive of tuberculosis. With
nature lover What I Did velt will be confronted with 10 "for- powerful enemy
of
the blood every derived from the sale of them'seals
bounding through the arteries and Subject: Living with people of "I did something that every troub- gotten" stat sewhen he sets about money Information which people

make him question why he and ev- other races. led business man In the world coulddo determining the personnel of his cab- must, have the In order to fight this

erybody else have been so slow in Golden Text: "Of a truth I per- with extreme profit at this timeI inet. and dis-
disease is prepared
awakening to the startling realiza- ceive that God Is no respector of analyzed my position. I realized Perusal of political pages of the dread addition, held
tributed. In clinics are
tion that we have an actual troplcl persons." Acts 10:34. that I was sternly up against it, and past disclosed today that these states children examined and instructed -
that I had to do something Intelligently never have been represented in the where are
under
world right at home-even Lesson Text: John 4:5 10; Acts in the best methods for overcoming -
and quickly. So I carefully official family of any president, and
our nose. 10:30-35.
very Infection for
the and re-
considered two courses that were open that one of them-Rhode Islandisone ,
Here still lives the manatee, a One of the serious problems be-
to me. One course was: of the original 1 3 states. covery.
monstrous mammal almost extinct; fore our country now is the resi- The number of deaths from this
"To get panicky; to reason that The others arc Florida, Nevada,
the"allfgator and the crocodile dence us of so peopleof to the
among many cause In proportion populationwas
I had made a mistake in resigningmy and South Dakota, Utah and Wyom
abound; tropical birds in vast num- different races, "attached by the lower last year than ever be-
position; to become depressedand ing. Arizona, the youngest of the
bers amongst which that most geor- many opportunities for earning a fore. By the help of the ChristmasSeal
fearful; to acknowledge times group, was admitted to the Unionin
geous of birds, the scarlet flamingo, good livelihood, men by the million were bad; to view the future with 1912. sale, and other agencies, this

still lingers. The roseate spoonbill, every year for many: years flocked to pessimism and doubt; to wonder New York has contributed the country has been engaged in a win-
the one time nearly extinct egret the United States' from land
every ning fight, but tuberculosis Is still
how long my $100 would last; to largest number of cabinet membersof
hereon, the strange water turkey and under the The of
sun. presence so the cause of more deaths among the
become completely filled with self- past administrations, 47 sons of
endless otjier wading and webbfooted whose standards of living and
many young people than any other dis-
pity, resentment, impatience, discouragement the Empire state having held 53
birds do and would make this whose ideals conflicted with our and so on. cabinet port folios. ease. The fight must be continued.It .

their permanent abiding place. own was becoming a rapidly growing is necessary now even more thanin
"Friends, I had just enough common Next in line is Pennsylvania with
There are wonderful palms, indi- menace. True the greatness of horse sense to figure out that 44 portfolios distributed among 34 recent years. During hard times

genous palms in endless profusionand the United States is largely due to this course of action would utterly men. Massachusetts has had 40 people are likely to be undernourished -

that stateliest of all palms, the these immigrants, their brawn, their ruin me, so I quickly abandoned it. portfolios among 33 residents. and undernourishment predisposes -

royal palm that Nature herself has industry, their diversified talents. The Other Course five states have been represented children to the malady. Everyone

planted; endless species of trees- One of the most serious of our pro- "Then I contemplated the other but once. They are Arkansas, who Is able should buy the seals
thick leaved rubbery exoticthatto blems is that of living with these this if before. Eustls
course which was open to me. The the residence of Augustus H. Gar- year, never -

northerners are wholly unknown; men of other races as Christains first thing I did was;to quit think- land, who served as Attorney Gen- Lake Region. _.
orchids in vast numbers (only recently should. The first factor in the so- '
ing about myself; to forget the eral under Cleveland; Alabama,
someone has been gathering lution of the problem must be the past and the future; and concentrate home of Hillary H. Herbert, secre- TICK LOSES GROUND; ,
truck-loads of these for personal ex- aid of God. We must pray for the
on today. I calmly realized that we tary of the navy under Cleveland; 7 FLORIDA COUNTIES
ploitation! ) ; and the rarely beauti- foreigners among us and for our- had always had a place to sleep, Washington, home state of Rich- SOON TO BE RELEASEDThe
ful tropic tree snail occurring no selves in relation to them; and that
something to eat and something to ard A. Ballinger, secretary of the
further north than Fort Lauderdale, is why our first extract in three
wear. Asthese cmfwypphrdlnuoip interior under Taft; New Mexico, cattle tick is gradually being
which Is being gathered by the idle verses from Solomon's great prayerat wear. As these three things were youngest state to have had a cab- pushed out of Florida and off of the p'

curious to the extent that one per- the dedication of the temple, as all we actually needed and as we inet member and which furnished map of the United States. This if I

son has recently boasted that he follows: "Moreover concerning a had always had them, why worry Albert B. Fall as secretary of the again seen in an order signed by R.
had 11,000 of them in a bucket and stranger, that is not of thy people that would i interior in cabinet and W.
some day we not have Hardings's Dunlay, acting secretary of agriculture -
which hard- Israel but cometh out of far
he a coun-
another some 14,000 them. Right then and there I got Kansas, residence of William M. which takes effect December5th
with! try for thy name's sake when he
ly. knew what-to do ; rid of Fear and Self and the rest I. lardine, secretary of agriculture inCoolidge's 1932, and releases from tick
To think that spend huge shall come and toward this
we sums pray
was comparatively eacy. I took every cabinet.No quarantine seven counties and partsof
to establish and perpetuate zoolog- house; Hear thou in heaven thy; weak and fearful thought that came state has the distinction of two others In Florida, 11 counties

ical and botanical gardens in the dwelling place, and do according to to and been in the cab- in Texas the
me literally shook it to death. having represented and remainder of Ar-
north all to be for the all that the stranger calleth to thee
; sure, great
It :was a great battle, but with my inet of every president, no rhas any kansas.
of for: that all of the earth -
Instruction the people
benefit and peo: Fortune to Right Thinking to sup- state held a portfolio every de The Florida counties to be released -
have ,to be know thy name to fear thee
pIe, but these planted may ,
i port me, I won out." partment. New York, with all of are Brevard, Citrus, Indian River,
here in this natural as do thy people Israel and that
And down nature -] ;
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its cabinet has had Seminole
positions never Orange, Sumter, the remainder -
does His they know that this house
garden the Lord own may ,
BRING DOWN TURKEYS secretaries of either labor or agri- of Lake, and parts of Os-
which I have builded is called
planting. by WITH FIRST SHOTS culture. ceola and St. Lucie. This leaves onlyan

Already scientific men from all thy name. area of about 17 counties on the

over the land-and one would be You will do well to read that (Continued from page 1) CHRISTMAS SEALSIn lower West coast that has not been

surprised at the list of names of the speech of Solomon at the dedicationof spotted several turkey in a tree. declared tick-free, and eradicationwork

enthusiastic and earnest nature lov- the First Temple, 1 Kings 8:22- Knowing the thrill the young ladies this immediate section of Flor- Is progressing in most of this

ers that the writer has seen this wIn- 53, for it is a great petition to God. would get from their first kill, ida people have a wonderful chanceto

ter-are visiting and penertatingthis Our lesson calls attention to the he slushed through the water back escape death by tuberculosis. The area.Arkansas is the twelfth state to

almost unknown region and old story of the Good Samaritan who to 'camp, told of his discovery. In a outdoor life which can be lived by be released from tick quarantine and

coming away with a look upon their aided the wounded traveler on the minute the whole company, led by people of all ages, practically the when this order takes effect the area

faces as though, they had beheld a Joppa road. The Samaritan lived on the excited girls, wer e splashing; entire: year, contributes greatly to quarantined In the United States will

vision of 'an undiscovered paradiseof the west side of the Jordan River vigorously through water and underbrush the chances of cure; the number of be confined to parts of Florida, Lou-

nature. But they had been obligedto between Galilee on the north, and in the direction of the sunshiny days is 'another cause of isiana and Texas. Of the area orig-

go away from home into the tropics Judea on the south. "turkey tree" (the men ''Say it's a health; the fresh, pure air, and, pos- inally tick-infested and quarantined,

of another land they would have 2 Kings 17:24-34 tells wonder the turkeys did not fly). sibly the pine balm in the air, also 88 percent will have been freed from
how the
undergone more or less hardship, privation king of Assyria removed the people Mrs. Pape, the former Marie Jones, help those infected to get well, but this pest by systematic eradication.

and even danger, although was selected to make the first shot
they would not have demurred! for of Samaria and brought men from and after listening to a short lecture l

the sake of such results as 'are hereso Babylon and other cities of Assyriato by her husband on the fine art .
the cities of Samaria and they
near and so easy. dwelt of shooting turkey, Mrs. Pape blam-
there-"They feared not theLordWherefore"
Of course our government will med away. The turkey started falling "
seize upon the last bit of unsullied the, Samaritans to the ground as the two excited NOTICE -
spoke to the king of Syria and he
nature that remains within our do- girls shrieked with one accord, "We
sent one of the captive Jewish
mains'-It has hitherto hardly known killed it," and started to bluster thru
priests back
to
Samaria to teach the '
that it exIsted-and future generations Hebrew the entangling underbrush to retrieve -
religion. "However
; will rise up and call it blessed nation every" what was to them the finest

for In this one little spot of all our They had made a mixed gods religion of their, "Fearedthe own. turkey in Hendry county. They were WE HAVE GOOD LAND FOR RENT

country there will be salvaged a bit Lord silenced. Then Miss Cox, so excited
and served their
graven
of true equatorial world which Na- she Could hold the :
hardly
images." This made enmity betweenthe ; gun FOR FALL AND WINTER CROPS
ture bethought herself to bestow, be- pointed her shooting iron at another
Jews
and Samaritans, for God
fore she stepped off into the Carri- turkey; head peering from the limbs.
had
said
(Lev. 20:26) "the Lord am
bean Sea. She the down
pulled trigger and
holy and have
severed you from
came the second turkey in a heap
other people, that ye should be
WEATHER REPORT mine." in the water of the knee-deep slough. Trespassers Will Be Prosecuted.

Week Ending November 27 If you think those ladies would
Today's lesson gives a sample of : let the men gallantly carry the game

Liberty Point Christ's treatment of the Samaritans back to camp,, you are mistaken.

Date Max. Min. Rain "Then cometh he to a city of Sam- They were their turkeys and they

November 21 68 48 aria, which is called 'Sychar. NowJacob's would do all the carrying, thank you. The Clewiston Co.

November 22 73 51 well was there. Jesus sat

November 23 76 60 on the well: and it was about the TRAIN CALLER COULD HAVE

November 24 74 58 sixth hour. There cometh a womanof GREAT TIME IN TIllS STATEA
Samaria to draw water
: Jesus
November 25 83 58 .09
saith unto her Give "
to drink.
November 26 76 51 me train caller with his heart in

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said to Jesus "How it ::: '
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Rainfall to date..........................44.05 : being a Jew, asketh drink of me, might start with some of the tJ
which am a woman of Samaria? for
musical names of towns like this:
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Max. Min. Rain luota, Apalachicola, Estlffanulga, Hi-
thou knewest the
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who it is that saith to Give y
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me to drink; thou wouldest have
November 23 77 64 .17 work:
asked of him, and he would have
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November 26 76 50 coochee, Lake Istokpoga, Loochloosa,

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November 27 67 54 him Rise Peter; kill and eat. But names of rivers and lakes. In Clewiston

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Previous Rainfall........................44".53 never eaten anything that is commonor !Tohopekaliga, Himmarshee/ Ca- ?

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What God hath cleansed, that call these: Kotokee, .Apoxsee, We- IE Tw

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Didn't you have any luck at,the Cornelius as to a Jew. The test He was a man and they call- Clev/iston Golf' Course VY

races? with a Christain should be What ed him Tallahassee for short. Chief :. IPAGE

Luck! When my horse passed me would Christ do? How .would he Tallahassee of the Seminoles he was,

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