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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: December 23, 1932
Publication Date: 1928-
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Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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VOLUME G. ,- NUMBER 52. CLEWI5T0FLORIDA PIJIDAY, JJFrEMCER; 23, 1932 $::;2.00 PER, YEAR

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SMALL AUDIENCE 300 View New ModelAt fun :rap H>tbOOIJesson ) Solid Black Squirrel I GOLF TOURNAMENT

.k Chevrolet ShowingThree Is Killed Near HereThe

. ',. ATTENDS BENEFIT TO BEGIN JANUARY
hundred persons viewed the pelt of a coal black squirrel

first showing of the 1933 Chevroletcars FOR SUNDAY, DECEMBER 2:; measuring 34 inches from tip t\ lip,
PLAYER SCOUTS here last Friday, E. E. Kelly, was displayed here this week by a FIRST; OPEN TO ALL

I'" secretary of the Clewiston Motor Subject: God's Gift To Man. party of local sportsmen, who had

;: i company, local dealer, said. Golden Text: "For God so loved returned from a day's hunt in the

;: I":;,; HAM CLUB PLAYERS EXCELLENT As a result of the first showingthe the world, that he gave his noly : woods of Glades county, near Tas- MIXED TYPES OP PLAY WILL

' ':.. ', -, IN TWO PERFORMANCES local dealer made one sale and begotten Son, that whosoever believ- I mania. BE INCLUDED IN FIRST

. :=:- ; HERE TUESDAY would have made another if imme- eth in him should not perish, but The members of the party were: IN'TER.CLULTCH

l C" ;. diate delivery of one particular have everlasting life." ohn 316. J. ;K. Baker, G. L. Cantrell, Glen
could have been made. Etherton, and J. W. Troeger, who
body design Lesson Text: Luke 2:8-20.
: Playing to a small but highly appreciative -
'' 0'- aslo reported a considerable bag of January first has been set as the
,
the Motor
Mr.
: ., audience at the Clewiston Kelly says: companyis Central truth: It behooved him
: load of the quail, as well as one rattlesnake. date for the first rounds of the
:: I School auditorium Tuesday night, expecting a car new to be made like unto his brethren,
: :: two groups of players from the Ham models the first of next week.TITh1E' that he might .., make reconciliation The snake was killed by Mr. Troe- anjiual Merchant's inter-club golf
tournament Clewiston
in
Lloyd E,
: '; :': '',, club, local dramatic organization presented for the sins of the people. Heb. ger.
I.' Sparrow, pro, announced this week,
, : two comedy sketches for the 2:17.
- ; FOR SALE OF Introduction: Disbelievers in the ? The tournament will differ from
benefit of the local troup of boy .
1932-33 GRNDifiG"SEASON held in Clewiston before .
Ppar-
,
any
!" scouts. The amount of money the virgin birth of Jesus teach that belief -
" ::: evening's entertainment raised for or disbelief in this matter is of row said. This one will be played in

, !' the troup had not been determined CHRISTMAS SEALS no importance in the life of a STARTED four 18-hole rounds, with the los-

:,: :.-" at the time the News went to press. Christian. This is'a vital- mistake.If ing division givnig a, dinner to the

;' The players in the two plays, "One MOVED FORWARD we can be clear in this great winning group.
,;" :Minute of Twelve,' 'and the "Coon- truth the foundation is laid for clear- IN GLADES MONDAYNO Entries must be made to Mr. Spar

: :! ville 'Ristocrat Club" were excellent ness in all other great things it is row not later than Wednesday, Dec

in their parts showing much work WILL HOLD REPORT UNTIL necessary for us to believe; but if 28th.

I ,:, on the part ',.of ,the coaches and AFTER NEW YEAR FOR there is a lack of clearness here CEREMONY MARKS STARTING The entrants will be grouped Into

! I ..r. players for the production. there will be confusion in all other OP BUSY SEASON: ALL DEPARTMENTS two divisions of equal numbers and
I f Ed Butler, who was recently elected OTHER PAYMENTSSale matters relating to Christ and Christian READY ; of 'equal playing strength. The first

II *- president of the dramatic organization living. We cannot be clear in 18 holes will be played singly with

was in charge of the pro- of the Christmas seal stamps our thinking if Jesus was less than the three-point-Nassua scoring sys-

Ii:: cuction of the all black face farce, sent out in Clewiston two weeks God's divine son, for Jesus' person Without ceremony, but with every tem used to decide the team winningthe

;, "Coonville 'Ristocrat Club," a one ago will be extended until shortly and work had to do with the sin department starting off accordingto first round. The next 18 holes

,i '\ act play; and Miss Frances Munroe after the New Year, Mrs. R. Y. question. The Cross has no saving schedule, the 1932-33 sugar cane will be played in ,two-ball foursomes

directed the three act comedy, "One Patterson said yesterday. This ex- significance for us, any more than grinding season got under way here with two members from each teamin

Minute of Twelve." tension of time is given in order the crucifixion of any one of the Monday morning.A each playing group. The same

!'; The CharactersOne that those who wish may send out thousands of early Christian mart- small army of laborers, armed three-point system will be used in

;: Minute of Twehe.'I the seals on their Chrismas letters yrs, if Christ was only a superior : with wide bladed cane knives, or scoring for this round. The next

Billy Butler, who is' engaged to and packages: and pay for them man. The great commission is an machettes, were sent into the fields 18 holes is destined to bring on the

I many..................... Harry Peters I out of their monthly pay checks, enigma unless Jesus was One to of eight and nine foot cane in this main thrills of the tournament,

II M. T. Butler, Billy's father,........-- Mrs. Patterson said.. whom had been given "all power" section of the Everglades Friday to for in it the teams will be divid-
:I M. P. Peterson. Several days ago the seals, bear- and all authority. The promise of begin the harvest of this year's ed into threesomes, with the play-

Marvel Butler, Billy's sister ........ ing the familiar sign of the state (Continued on page 4)) crop of sugar cane of the U. S. ers limited to one club each. The

:Miss Jewel Lowe. Tuberculosis welfare group, were Sugar corporation. three members of each team will be

Leeta Murray, who finally lands sent to prospects here in Clewiston By nightfall Friday the first cars ; limited to one wood club, one nib-

Billy "._..... Miss Louise Waldron. with the request that the recipientuse CHILDREN ANXIOUS of cane had been wheeled to the : lie, and one putter, following each

i LaDon Lisk, who is also engaged to and pay for as many as possible. sugar mill here, weighed and ready other in the order mentioned. Thus,

Billy ....._.. Miss Eunice Meredith. Many individuals promptly remit- FOR ARRIVAL OF i to be dumped in the gigantic hopper ,the member of the team using the
Mary Anne Martin, another of Bil- ted for the stamps, and others have I where an endless belt conveys it putter may be required to drive,

ly's fiances, .Mrs. Plil. Peterson. failed either to pay or return the I to the steel rollers which press out or perhaps make an. atempt at com-

I Nannette DeLacey, also engaged to stamps. CHRISTMAS, TOYS : the juice, which after the various nig out of a sand trap with his put

I Billy, ....-.... Miss Evelyn Hare. The work of the state organization I processes comes out as grains of ter. Or the wood may bo the club
I Ermintrude Fair, to whom Billy is is well known as is the methodsof brown sugar.Beginning to be used on the putting green.

" Ermintrude Fair, another fiancee, preventing as well as curing per- FOR PROGRAM IN PARK of the grinding season The first shot made fro m the first

'.'1'1 Miss Bonceil Stone. sons infected with this disease.It EXPECTANT EYES DAILY WAIT each year calls back to work here tee will be made by the wood club,

- i Linda Lou, negro maid, Miss Mary was through this association SATURDAY NIGHT families 'who have moved away. for the next with the niblic and the

- I Kline., that the recent chest clinic was con- Civic. Center Park will, hold the the summer. The population of this third, by the third member of the

E.:_ I Polka Dot, negro butler, Graton ducted in schools in this section of interest of every child in Clewistonand city has taken a decided increase team with the putter. The fourth

t George. the state. Mrs. R. E. Kurtz, of surrounding territory Saturday within the past two weeks. shot, regardless of where the ball

t Coomillo 'Ristocrat Club: division night as they gather to await the That jobs were provided to the might lie, will be made by the first

Rev Bleacher Ward Jackson, presi- I arrival of Santa Claus, at seven o'- local un-employed was indicatedby player on the team, with the wood

dent of the club .... Ed Butler I is located. Mrs. Patterson is local clock. the exceedingly small number of club, and so on, until the 18 holes

Rastus Bonypart Brown, the host, chairman.All The benevolent old gentlemen is applicants at the Community Chest are completed.The .

\ .n.--.... Gratton George who received the stamps are scheduled to put in his appearence office from which distribution is fourth division of the tour-

I Moses Abraham Highbrow.. treasurer urged to remit for them as soon as promptly' at seven, and after .listening made of government flour. Practi- nament will be a foursome of two

of the club, .. Smiley BrowningSampson possible. to the Christmas program, which cally all those applying for flour players from each division, the best
will bd provided by the combined efforts -
Ulyses Beanpod, in love Monday said they had been turned ball wining the holes. This too, will
with Miss .... Merrell Lowe of the Clewiston American Legion -
Boggs down for employment because of be scored by the Nassua system.
Julius Caesar Blinkers, in love with LOCAL ENGINEER and the Clewiston unit of the failure to pass the physical examination There are no restrictions as the
Garden Club. The
Everglades pro-
(Continued on 4))
page for employment here. No entrance fees
gram has not been announced to date I entry requirements.
GIVEN CONTRACT but those in charge said the children and no handicaps. The players will
FIND VARIETY OF into the two divisions and
will not be kept wailing long before be divided
SPECIAL SERVICES each other according -
OIL IN AVOCADOS the be-whiskered old gentleman from matched against;
FOR AHOKEE JOBH. the North Pole will be called uponto to their playing ability, giving
each one an even chance of winning
distribute the Christmas pack- AT LOCAL CHURCHESThe
Production of avocados in Flor- ages which have been prepared bya one of the prizes to be offered
ida should be increased at lesat 5-
A. Bestor and C. V. Rafn, of committee from the Garden Club
000,000 pounds a in order to
'
I j year Clewiston, engineers, appeared be- with funds raised by the Legion churches of Clewiston, both
put the industry on a footing to
: fore the Council in connection with post.. The greater portion will be the Community church and the St. MAY BRING f MOORE
ask a tariff, says Paul M. Hoenshel,
engineering work being done, by the singing of Christmas carols, in Margaret's Catholic church will pre
of the Cor-
general Mayaca
manager them upon the waterworks system which the grown-up's as well as, the sent special Christmas services on
poration at Port Mayaca, to whom HAVEN PLAY HEREAfter
project, with advice that all plans children will be called upon to take Christmas day.
an inquiry was made about the effect
i and a complete report would be _The entire Sunday evening ser-
: of the California law that fixes part.With ---
submitted within the next week. the funds raised by the Le-
vice the ,Community church will
"" 1 a minimum of oil content of avocados of what was termed as the
j shipped from that state. In The contract for engineering ser- (Continued on page 4)) be devoted to a special Christmas best local talent permance in their

/ his letter Mr. Hoenshel says: vices between the Town of Pohokeeand songs and program. A very hearty home town, a group of students of
> "We have never had any tests C. V. Rafn, as engineer for FARM OUTLOOK IS invitation is extended to all by Rev. the Moore Haven High School have

i' made on avocados from Port May- I said town in connection with the BRIGHTER FOR 1933 W. T. Bailey, pastor.At turned their eyes toward Clewistonas

: ;I'' \ aca for oil content. However, there proposed waterworks system, was the Catholic church the usual a possible place in which to playa
j i have been rather exhaustive experi- read in full and upon motion the custom of holding mid night mass three act comedy entitled "The
'\ ments made along this line during council agreed to enter into said Gainesville, Fla.-Florida farmers Christmas Eve wilt'he carried out. Country Constable," which was giv-
contract, and authorized the face the 1933!) crop year with some In making the auouncdmont for
mayor
the state
the past two years by on Haven Tuesday night.
in Moore
en
I varieties from different sections. and the town clerk to execute the improvement, in demand of farm pro- the Catholic church, Father i; J. .

This shows that the West Indian same in behalf of the town. ducts expected, slightly increased Finnegan, pastor, said, "This will be Carl E. Royer, principal of the
feed suplies, increasing consumptionof Moore Haven school,said last night
varieties will show as little as 3 Services of the engineer coveredin the first Christmas Eve that the I
peanuts, less tobacco in storage, that he was looking for some civic
percent oil when mature and the the contract call for all prelimi- mass will be a high mass. The
and a rather bad cotton situation, according organization here to take the spon-
honor
beautiful In of St. An-
Guatemalans will run as high as 22 nary engineering plans with an en- mass of
to the outlook report sorship of the play for a portion
percent. On account of this wide gineering report; to, present a request -: crops tony will be sung by the local choir. I
soon to be released by the Florida the profits.
"Mr. Yenawine will Gunot's
sing .
difference is is impracticable to havea to the Federal Reconstruction
Extension Service. issue of the Democrat,
"Ave Maria" and there shall bo Today's
law requiring a minimum oil con- Finance Corporation for a loan to
The hay and grain crop in the Haven in commentingon
other solos. Moore paper
some
Continued on page 4) finance a waterworks project for
I I the Town of Pahqkee, for the stipu- United States is slightly larger thana The text of the sermon will be. the performance ,in that city

lated sum of $300.00.In year ago, while in the southeast "Glory to God in the Highest, and Tuesday night, says:
,' Garden Club To Meet supplies are somewhat below last on Earth peace, good will toward "Fred Flanders, in the role 'of
the event the Town of Paho-
year, and in Florida they are slighl- Men," The mass will be followed "Bennie Davis" who is forced to
Here January Fifth kee can finance and decides to builda
(Continued on page 4) imediately by "Benediclion." lead a double life, brought down the
waterworks ,system, the work will
A representation of the crib at house with his clever interpretationof
1-: '.-:.; The next meeting of the Clewis- further embrace all the necessary Mr. and Mrs. I. R. Holland are receiving Bethlehem will be erected in the the character at "The Country

.11i.. t!: ton unit of the Everglades Garden engineering work in connection with congratulations on the birth Sanctuary. Father Finnegan Issuesa Constable"*% resented by the locrl
)V club will be held here with Mrs. designing a waterworks system, the
of a 9 1-2 pound baby girl born cordial invitation to every bodyin high, school Tuesday evening.
W. C. Worth hostess 5th, preparation of detailed plans and
January named Eleanor
Tuesday. She was
the community to be present. .
the play
"During a large part 'of
specifications, with estimates of the
1 it was announced here this week. I Sue.
e. Fred played the part of a girl and
The annaul garden and flower cost, assistance in the employmentof
I __ show which is to be held in Belle suitable contractors, selection and News Published EarlyThis To Close MondayThe his acting in that interpretation was
The play was exceedingly
inspection of materials and labor splendid.
',: Glade in March will be the central
and the general supervision and direction merchants of Clewiston have well cast and well rehearsed and a
topic at the meeting. All members issue of the News is being
.,' are urged to attend. of its construction. printed Thursday to permit (hoemployees agreed to close their places of business large audience roared with laughter

0': The Everglades Garden club is Five percent of the actual cost in the mecluinJcal department Monday December 26th in most of the evening.

y made up of unite In Clewiston, Belle of the waterworks project, less the a few Jars holiday for order to celebrate Christmas. All "The tills role was well played by
."; Glade, South Bay, and Moore Heven. sum of $300 paid for the prelimi- Christmas. The issue goes to customers are requested to bear this T. D. Smoak. Boyd Vorhees Bud

f:>:':' A number of ladies of Miami nary work, is stipulated as compen- press with the most sincere wish in mind. Marjory Daughtery were excellent as
: .' '. Locks affiliate with the Clewis ton sation in the contract. Pahokee for aj Merry Christmas to the read- The bank andth e post office will Mr. and Mrs. Davis. Other important
and South Bay clubs. News. crs and fl'icl1lls'of the News. also! recognize Monday as a holiday. (Continued on page 4)I

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bituminous coal. This is somethingwe :cs i ic ie5estsic3S! filled them with carrots oats and

ThPublished Clewiston ws 1'Id' not realized before.of potato peelings for the white horse I

course we knew that Is comes CHRISTMAS that St. Nicholas rode at Christmas.In .

every Friday in Clewiston. out so dry that it can be used as _L the morning tho children found

1'lorida by the CLEWISTON NEWS fuel (and perhaps you, reader, will (t-\i. t.: ,,!( ", ze; !," the food in the shoes was gone. The
-.s.In
use this page as kindling if it ever furniture in
be. was unset, and place of !
presenting the story of Christ- eludes Christmas with Easter and
gets cold enough where you are to the oats, carots and potato peelingswere
Entered as second class matter need a fire.) mas I have discarded most of the the Epiphany among the three feastson sweet meats and gifts for the

February I. 1927, at tho Post Officeat After all maybe this column is sentimentality in "The Stories of the which the theatres must be closed good boys and girls and bits of coal

Clewiston, Florida, under the Act not as dry as bagasse. World's Holidays" by Grace Humphrey and birch rods for the bad ones.

of March 3, 1897. 0000| | [ | and have' given instead the factsas In Britian, December 25th was a All of our holiday customs, you

Florida must be paying the I found them in the Encyclopidia I festival long before, the conversionof see, are borrowed, even tho Christ-

A newspaper devoted to the best preacher. Last Saturday was Cali- Brittanica. These facts show that the people to Christianity. But in mas tree. That comes from Germanyif

Interests of Hendry County, Florida fornia day at tho state University in our institutions, customs and celebrations 1644 its celebration was forbiddenby indeed, it doesn't come from very
Us leading newspaper. are not formed or settledall much farther back from
Gainesville, and contrary to the ex- an Act of Parliment. Charles II the sacred
at once, but are a growth, not of ash tree which the Scandinavians
pectation of many it was one of reveved the feast ,but the Puritan
Subscription rate: per year$2.00 the most beautiful days of the year. years or a hundred years but of Scots refused to celebrate it. Andit thought grew at the roots of the

Outside of State of Florida ._2.50 California, long Florida's sunshine many centuries in which they were may be of interest to know that world. There is an old legend that

rival, had a severe day the previous adopted, rejected, and revived until in Massachusetts in early days for we owe the Christmas treo to Martin
Advertising rates furnished on ap- they are what ,we have today. Luther who
week when the Trojans humbled the more than twenty years, it was was once journeying
plication. powerful foot ball team from Notre Christmas, the mass of Christ, was against the law to celebrate Christ- homeward on the twenty-fourth of

Dame. The eyes and ears of the not among the earliest festivals of mas! I December through a snow-covered

Business office. c Cfewlston News, nation were turned toward California. the Church, and before the 5th Cen- But like other of our festivals the country, under a glittering starlit

Clewiston, Florida. Editorial and Floridians smiled as the radio tury there was no general consen- Christmas celebration was adopted sky. He was entranced by the glorious .

Advertising, same announcers told of the chilling sus of opinion as to when it should from the feasts of many people The mystery of the stars. He triedto

winds sweeping across the stadium come in the calendar, whether on Greeks celebrated a drinking festi- explain to his wife and children

Telephone 389 and wondered what kind of weather January 6, March 25, in April or val in honor of their Olympian god how beautiful a sight it was. He

Florida would experience when the May, in September and October or Dionysius, later called Bacchus by went out into the garden, cut downa

- boys from Los Angeles migrated to some day. in December.The the Romans, but celebrated by themin little fur tree, dragged it Into' the

Gainesville. earliest identification of December the same way, by seven days of nursery and put some candles into

The Cajeput AgainA Staunch California supporters are 25 with the birthday of feasting, and even rioting. The Ger- its branches. He lighted them and

quite perplexed trying to form some Christ is in a'passage, otherwise mans, Scandinavians and Britians all behold the Christmas tree! Each

few weeks ago the Clewiston ambidextrous excuses to blame the unknown and probably spurious, of celebrated in the same way the vic- year Luther dressed such a tree for

News carried a story of the growthof 12 to 2 defeat the Californians met Theophilus of Antioch preserved in tory of the sun-god and the south his children to enjoy. His neighbors

Cajeput trees here In Clewiston. on the weather and at the same time Latin by the Madgebury centuriatorsto wind over winter and the stormgodat borrowed the idea and little by littleit

This article' created some considerable hold their native state high In the the effect that the Gauls con- the time of the winter solstice in spread over all Germany.So .

comment in the press of the opinion of the "sun-worshippers." tended that as they celebrated the the northern latitude, which is December the Christmas tree came to us

state, and while we are not cham- Will Rogers said something about birth of Christ on December 25, so 21st. As soon as they, observed from Germany, but it was popularized -

pioning the cause of the Australiantree giving a Californian a football or they,ought to celebrate the resurrection that the sun-god was not de- in England after the marriage .;

we le-print a statement maden an orange! and he was at home. Will on March 25. A passage, almost sorting them, but was turning back of Queen Victoria to the German, '

the!Ft Myers News-Press ''by ought to be able to say the same certainly interpolated in Hip- again to warm the earth, they began Prince Albert. When their oldest

Ronald Ilalgrim, secretary of the about Floridians. polytus's commentary on Daniel IV. their celebrations and kept them child, Princess Victoria, was five

Ft. Mjera Chamber of Commerce, 23, says that Jesus was born at Beth- up for a week or twelve days. So I years old her father set un a Christmas -

dealing with our friend,the Cajeput. lehem Wednesday, December 25, in the winter festival has been (except tree, German fashion, on Christ-
Too Late To ClassifyAnd
mas Eve in the
Before going further with this the 42nd year of Augustus, but he in the Church, where for more thana nursery at Windsor

discussion of the Cajeput, we would speakin' of standin' armies, mentions no feast, and a feast, in- thousand years it was a solemn, Castle. This set the fashion for

call attention to a statement made I see where Dave has gone and appointed deed, would conflict with the then religious celebration only) a time of Great spread Britain to the, and United since then it has

by Allen Andrews, editor of the a staff and no foolin'. You orthodox ideas. As late as 245 .Ori- feasting and jollity, the exchange of in States, and

Estero Eagle who took us to taskon know the staff is supposed to accompany gen repudiated the idea of keepingthe presents, of singing and good-wishes. now the custom north we have the very
pretty of
the of time when the firstof birthday of Christ "as if he putting colored
point the Governor, and now we St. Nicholas, the patron saint of lights on a tree outside
the door
these paper-bark trees was planted know that when Dave says accomp- were a King Pharaoh. sea-faring men, thieves, virgins and and turning on the electricity

in South Florida. Mr. Allen is any he MEANS a Company. Clement of Alexander mentions children, was a bishop of Myra, Asia night from dusk till bed time every from

an authority on tropical trees, and If I was one of these Chamber of several speculations on the date of Minor, about 300 A. D. As a bearerof Christmas until New Year's night.-

for that matter so is the encyclo- Commerce Secretaries, I'd start to Christ's birth and condemns them presents to children his name has By May Walden, in,Avon Park Times.
:pedia of the Everglades Experiment workin' on Dave right now in an "as superstitious. He says some chron- been corrupted to Santa Claus. The

Station, from which we gained our effort to get him to visit my city ologists allege it to have occurred on custom of gift-giving is ascribed to false

information on the cajeput tree. and bring his staff with him, then May 20th, others on April 19 or 20. him and in England 376 churches are HappinessWe
do not gain happiness
Its antiquity does not matter and I'd meet 'em at the station with a Clement himself sets it on November17th dedicated to him besides many chap- by forcing
ourselves
Into positions that
we do not purport to be in positionto band and stage an ELKS parade.I at 3 B. C. els, and altars. Christmas carols are
not natural to uS.-Womr.n's Home'CompanloD.
say who is to receive the credit was over in Winter Haven the The Syrians and Armenians, who come down to us from 'the Greek festivals .

for introducing this tree to the Ev other day and Jack Gurthrie told me clung to January sixth, accused the where they were always accompanied -

erglades. Suffice to say that it has he was only plannin' to reserve a Romans of sun-worship and idoltry by dancing. And Christ-

made its debut and has been accepted section in the Grandstand at the contending that the feast on Decem- mas cards are said to have been used Infallible MethodAn

in the society of tropical trees. Florida Orange Festival, for the ber 25th had been invented by di- first in 1846 by Sir Henry' Cale, an amateur farmer answered an

Here is what the Ft. Myers Cham- Governor and his party, but after ciples of Cerinthus, and its lections Englishman who sent them to his advertisement headed "A Sure Wayto

ber of Commerce secretary has to seein' the list he got busy and hasa (lessons, ritual) by Atemon. From friends. Make Hens Lay." This Is what

say about the trees, many of which flock of carpenters at work build- 353 to 361 A. D. Christmas was cel The idea of the Christmas stock- he got for his money: "Tie a stout

are growing in Clewiston: in' an addition to the stand. ebrated the court of Constantius. ing is said to come from Belgium, string around the hen's body, place !'

"Did you know there is a young But don't be alarmed, the Gover- Various Roman emperors and Popes though the children there used their the bird on her side on a hoard and L- !

forest of cajeput trees down the nor's Army don't figure in the adopted it, rejected it and forbadeits wooden shoes, or china ones 'sold in fasten the string underneath. If it Is

BUDGET and all them uniforms, celebration for In 400 the shops for the thought desirable be
Tamaimi Trail just this side of years. purpose, or leather a pillow may
Mulock's creek? There are approx- boots, Sam Browne Belts and spurs in Rome, an imperial rescript in- ones with an extra polish. They placed under the hen's head."-Boston

imately 25,000 trees all started don't contribute to nobody's deficit put these close to the hearth and Transcript.
but the guys that own 'em. So
from a few seeds planted back in you ,
duty won't be needin' theirs for a J
can go on ahead and click your heel
1912
Allen
by Andrews of Estero long time. On the other hand maybethe
and give 'em salute when'they
. . the a snappy a
proper name of the caje-
new regiment would do betterif .
march by and for the ladies
as -
put is Melaluca Lucadendron and it Ill W_ __ ,,' ... .
they would get togteher and ad- =c =>"" -:urEconomic:-= "
I'm for 'em, and when I meet
is a native of
Australia. the
up with Lt. Colonel Marie Holder- vertise for bids, they ought to get
cajeput tree has a thick layer of
cork-like bark which man I not only expect to come to a. pretty close price on a quantity
can be peeledoff
order like that.
attention but I'm
step rightup
in thin strips . this barkis gonna
and PRESENT ARMS. But seriously, Dave hasn't been

fire. resisting which makes the And speakin' of uniforms, with any more liberal in staff appoint-
tree proof against forest li"
fires. .
ments than have other .
governors '
. right now several times like they are, there ought to
large avia-
who have preceded him, and consid-
tion companies be some first class swappin' up in .'
are experimentingwith Tallahassee along about the first erin' the nature of the office, no 1
this bark ;
sound
insulating material as for proofingand large of the year when they change the one would deny him ,the privilege, PrJysisWe ::
so O. K. Governor, on with the
cabin planes . specimens of guard, some of the. boys goin' off dance.

the bark were mailed to the aviation
; The appointments the public is
companies by W. F. Barnwell, ener- concerned about are those made to @

getic A. A. A. manager.. here's rIt- renumerative offices and I'm bettin'
the Idea. cajeput is the ideal
here and now that when the Gov-
tree for reforestation of Florida's 's Results ernor gets around to it, his appoint- usually think of the foreign and the untutoredas

vast acreage of cut over lands ments will meet with public approval. the hoarders the facts show that today it is the .

. it grows on most any sort of That Count! He's made no pronii es and he American born, enlightened citizen, with money, who ,
soil. low land or high land r"Fear
has no political debts hanging over is creating our economic paralysis by hoarding.
the wood is .
hard and should be
good Folks who read the Indepen- his' head. The men he selects will
for many manufacturing
. the trees grow faster and purposes. dent soon form the habit of be men of ability and unquestioned has caused people to withdraw over one and

faster than :yellow pine. spread. reading the Want Ads. Be- integrity. He is absolutely free to one-quarter billions of dollars from circulation. This
why
cause they invariably find select the men for office who are
don't the state forestry departmentstart represents one-fourth of the nation's gold reserve. This
some item, some bargain or best qualified to carry forward his
scattering cajeput seeds?" hoarding has destroyed over ten billions of potential
business opportunity or preferred program of efficiency and economy.
credits needed for financing business and maitaining
service that fits in pre- And another thing the Bradford
cisely with one of their needs. Telegraph points out is that Mr. t employment Continued, hoarding will undermine the

I- BAGASSE $ Sholtz seems to have made up his fundamental foundations of our business institutions.If .

VERY LIGHT READING Your Market PlaceThe mind that an office holder's placeis If :you have money not in circulation deposit it in the

in his office, and that goes for bank in your community Postal Savings-buy Gov-

This Want Ad section of The the period of the Legislature session, eminent Bonds or spend it for permanent goods, in
summer this column with
Independent is St. Peters- just as much as any other time. other words, use it in some constructive way rather
its borrowed
name, had the field to '
itself in the burg's real market place- There may be a lot of "Lobby than have it rot In a tin box or under a mattress, to the
way of bagasse
but'tain't
,
where everyone gathers with Lizzards" hangin' around Tallahassee ultimate destuilcioii of
damage
so no or .possible our community -
more. Monday the
when the session but it
something to buy, sell or ex- opens
sugar mill here opened and and business organizations. This association
those
of
change. That's better not be made up of Sheriffs,
you who have ever visited the mill why Indepen- does not hoard its money, but keeps it working for the
County Clerks other
or official
dent Want Ads are naturally
here know that a measely columnper upbuilding of the community by lending it on first-mort-
result getters. groups or they'll get back home to
week In a newspaper can't beginto find somebody else wearin' their gage security-on someone's home.

compare with the production of Minimum charge, five lines badge or parked in their swivel

the real bagasse, juiceless pulp, or (about 30 words) $1.05 for chair. The boys don't need to worry

the remains of sugar cane when the 3 days and only $1.80 week when Dave finds he needs their ad- e .
goody has been ,
squeezed orQjnewed (6 days) in two editions daily vice or suggestions he'll SEND for -

cane pumice, or what-ever you call 'em, and the only Sheriff he'll expect -
out of it.When .
: to find in Tallahassee during CIJEWISTONHOME
this column was first be- i the Session will be the Sheriff of .
gun, the title Theveninglndependelt
was suggested by a Leon County and even he will bea
U ILDINGASSOCItTION
'friend who : said that inasmuchas
lot safer if found in his own of-
the column would probably be fill "The Sunshine Newspaper" fice and not the Legislative halls
ed with
"dry stuff" bagasse was an when they start lookln" for him. '

appropriate name. However, at last Independent Want Ads cover But let's not do too much worryin'about
we have an edge on our friend. A
our political problems until
St. Petersburg and Pinellas
lieele study of the true Bagasse after the holidays; let's step out
county "Like the Sunshine.
shows that it is not such worthless V T and give old man Santa Claus a t .. .tPAGE
'
material equivalent at of all one, for third is is its the fuel .4tr-.. great big hand, and here's mud in .
weight Christmas.
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Mrs. W. M. Redelsheimer and will visit Mrs. Maxwell's sister and I Rev and Mrs. W T. Bailey for the one third more than in 1928 POU1 .l"Y-

son, Billy, left Friday for Miami brother-in-law, Rev. and Mrs H. E. past week, left Saturday for Miami men are in the most favorable position -
11--: '1 Personal Mention ] where they will visit relatives fora Wells for a few days. where he will remain for the win- they have been during the

few days. ter season. last five years, explains the Florida

Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw spent Tues- poultry outlook report, soon to be

day in West Palm Beach. She was Mrs. F. A. Paris, and released the Florida Agricultural
.i! .;;\Mrs. B.E Nail spent Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Phil. Petersonwill I daughterand by -
,. 'in Fort Myers. leave Saturday to spend the accompanied home by her mother, T. C. Hambling, of Princeton, Extension Service.
6 Christmas holidays in Jacksonvillewith Mrs. Martha Ludekens, who will N. ,J., arrived ifh i< Clewiston Sunday The number of hens and pullets

relatives.Mrs. remain here for some time. for a short visit with F. A. Florida is now about the same as a
Mr. and Mrs. R. Y. Pattersonwere
{ Paris. They are stopping at the year ago. *It is believed that the
business visitors in Miami Tues-
Clyde Crosby, of. South Bay, The frIends of Mrs. Paul Deam Clewiston Inn. percentage of hens to pullets Is
;. day. a former resident of Clewiston, was will be pleased to learn that she is larger which will likely lead to

the guest of Mr.' and Mrs. W.. D. recovering nicely from an operation POULTRY INDUSTRY IN BEST slightly lower production in 1933.
Mr. and Mis. J. E. Frierson, of Tidwell, Tuesday.Mrs. she recently underwent' at the West CONDITION IN LAST 5 YEARS The number of hens and laying pullets -
Moore Haven, were shopping here Palm Beach hospital. of laying age in the United

Monday. Gainesville, Fla.-With the pres- States is now slightly less than a
W. C. Hooker, Miss Bonciel
"I I Leonard S. Ames, of'Cold Springs, ent percentage difference betweenthe year ago, but /percentage of
Solon Crews, of Ft. Denaud, was in Stone, and {Miss Frances Munroe N. Y., who has been the guest of price of eggs and poultry feeds (Continued on page 4)
Clewiston on business several days spend Friday afternoon. shopping in

this week. West Palm Beach. -
,

Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Hayes, of Andrew Beery left Saturday for t: -' -t:: -tetg: ": -v.? 1 : .(ttt*! tte' :mlCj ;: -
Moore Haven, were in Clewiston on his home in Savannah Ga., wherehe -t: -tt { -I-I'': r.-t:: ( -I : : -I -I: -' -tf ;C .? {re:: -t( t :c

business Monday. will visit relatives during the ,..j .
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Miss Eleanor I Wintle spent the 4.6I ,..- J
week end in Fort Myers where she P. Elam, mathematics instructor .
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visited 'her parents. in the Clewiston schols left Sat- i f!1
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urday for his home in Wauchulafor

the holiday season. a .. S,- qi1
Mis. W. C. Prewitt and Mrs. E. '

R. Fontaine were Saturday visitorsin i.. -
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West Palm Beach. Dr. 'and Mrs J. W. Ezelle left ( "'. r 8
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Saturday for Graceville, Fla.: and 1

,-1 Mr and Mrs. Norman A. Nielsen Lumpkin, Ga., where they will spend m i.J a
Dy
left Saturday for Savannah, Ga., for the holiday season with relatives. p OU !J h
the Christmas holidays.R. { jH -
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Miss Sue Maxwell left Saturdayfor t -: t
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H. Collins, of the U. SEngin- Pahokee where she will visit her *i <.a

ser office, spent the week end at parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Max- i/t. : cf? sti
: Ws home in Coral Gables. well during the Christmas holidays.Mr. ;dry <' ; GldJiJa!
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Mrs. R. M. Hare, and daughter, and Mrs. G. T. Augur and Know ...

Evelyn, visited Mr. and Mrs. Van daughter, Jeanne, left Wednesdayfor lJtd 1

Cothern and baby son, Tuesday. Jacksonville for a short visit ,, J itj
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with relatives during theChristmas -''' ;

Miss Jewel Russell left Saturdayfor holidays '-'r,:-:' ": '.,:.'<>.'.-, '.(" ,:*.;' r.lt

a short visit with relatives in ; ..; :.j.'. -,--",\ < :'.:.. ': .
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Lake Butler during the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Clark and chil- "f', .J.' r

dren moved to South Bay Saturday >:: : :', Some little Boy who wants a Drum or .
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where Mr. Clark is stationed as ..HI : .. tP
Miss Vilma Rhodes left Saturday time keeper for the U. S. Sugar :. t'. a bigger Boy wants an Electric TO.'.' :.. j

I for her home in Oakland, Fla., to Corporation. 111'1. / .j
: little Girl who Doll
;P wants a. and perhaps a k7
II spend the holidays with her mother. -- .

Miss Mae Drew and Miss Elizabeth i '." Buggy a bigger Girl who wants some r
Miss Margaret Jenkins, who recently West left Saturday for their homesin ,' :'

arrived here from West Palm Richland, Ga., where they will : thing to wear a Lady-who wants a .Negligee : '.; ti

Beach spent the week end at her spend the Christmas holidays with fif -.: '
home. their parents.Mr. v Lingerie or perhaps Perfume and ; :.i

maybe a Bag, Hose or a piece of Jewelry. '
: Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Giles, Miss and Mrs. H. R. Hall and g ,. r :

:1 Ulla Jacobsen, a d.Dill. Gibbons son, Jimmy, Mrs. L., L. Spicer and 4a 1" A Man who talks about wanting a Shirt ;; :Ii,iti'l r

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were visitors in Ft. Myers Sunday children and Miss Marion Leydig ,
I' night. were shopping in West Palm Beach ; that never shrinks 'a Tie that always ;: fI ;
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nonne St.Martin'spent the weekend Mrs.' F. RI| Maxwell and children, pride in > ? '
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PAGE FOUR THE CLEWISTOX NEWS '. FRIDAY, DECEMBER, 23, 1932

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State Health Board Puts Sundoy School Lesson .. Perfect Asparagus ely to be more favorable. Exports,
which take about two-thirds of the

Approval on WaterAt American the lowest
are now
crop,
(Continued from page 1))
in many years and are not likely to
his continued presence with his followers -
the request of Louva G. Lenert continue declining since foreign '
means no more than an im- (-<
chief engineer of the Florida State \ stocks are low.
agination to twentieth century
Board of Health, the following letterto ,. The supply of American cotton for
Christians, if Jesus was only humanin
the Glades Water is pub- 1932-33 is bales
company 1,200,000 greater
his manhood. So it is with the
lished than the total world of
: ) consumption
providences of life-our adjustmentto
On December 14th we received American cotton during the last two
depend
them will upon what we
from you two specimens of water for years in spite of a lowered produc-
believa about Jesus being the Son iV
bacterial or purity examination. Thes of God. It does make' great dif- -L A tion this year.Making .
bacterial or purity examination.
ference in our Christian thinkingand

These were dodadawagagfiafiaFa o living whether we believe or do Toy Planes is
These specimens were packed and
not believe in the Deity of Christ."

shipped in your standard water case If Jesus: was not the Son of God, New Florida IndustryDelray
on the 13th and received by us the
our Christian religion has no foun- V
14th, twenty four hours later. dation. ( Beach News)

Samples were collected from the Joseph and Mary, the earthly Opening of offices and factory for

following points: parents of Jesus lived at Nazareth, the sale and manufacture of the
No. 4544 ........ .. Lake OkeechobeeNo.
"
a small town in Galilee about 70 "Speed Wing, toy aeroplane inven-
_ 4544 __............ Lake Okeechobee.The .
miles north of Jerusalem. "There tion of Bill Williams, is scheduledto

result of analyses just con- went out a decree from Caesar Augustus take place Monday morning Full

cluded are as follows: Sample No. that all the world should l ke JrWOMEN 4Yso I details regarding the plans of the
4543 Total bacterial count, 24 hrs.,
taxed." Augustus was the Roman Speed Wing Co. and the Del Craft

115, Presumptive Test Fermentation, Emperor. "All the world" was the prefer asparagus- that the steam cooks the tips Mfg. Co., two corporations organized -

48 hours, none; colon confirmation, Roman Empire of which Palestinewas -unbroken. It and boiling water cooks the for exploitation of the patent,
none. Sample No. 4544 Total bac- takes a lot of care to keep tougher stalks.
a part. "And all went to be tax- were announced by Fred M. Wals-
terial count, 24 hrs., 170; Presumptive both intact. Tender canned asparagus is a
ed, every one into )his own city. mith secretary-treasurer of the two
Test Fermentation, 48 hours, Did you ever see asparagus be- favorite with women because it
The "Roman law required each person ing shipped from California? corporations, yesterday.
holds 'an unbroken record of
none Colon; confirmation, none. unbroken -
; !' to be taxed at the place wherehe There are crates and crates of It can be The Speed Wing Co.'is: owner of
From of the asparagus.
a knowledge source or :she lived, but all registrationsof strange boxes inside the cars. heated right in the can, and when the patents and is exclusive distri-

of supply, its handling and treat- Jews should be made at their an- Pyramid-crates is the name for opened every tip is as correctas butor and sales agent. The Del

ment and from the above analytical cestral homes. Both Joseph and them and they are made in that the finger tips of milady who Craft Mfg. Co., of which John I. Thi-

data, on the samples as submitted, unusual shape to fit the asparagus has just come from her manicure. '
Mary were descended from King David eme is manager, will manufacturethe
we would say that the bacterial or whose home was the town of which tapers at the top. Each Served in salads, or hot' with but- planes.,

:sanitary:; quality of the water is bunch of asparagus is wrappedin ter sauce, or in a delectable au
Bethlehem about six miles south of The manufacturing plant locatedon
a blanket of wet moss for fur
"very good." gratin dish, this is indeed as-
Jerusalem. Joseph> and Mary wentto ther protection. paragus with distinction. the corner of Northeast Second .

Bethelehem to'be taxed, and avenue and First street will be in r

Find Varities of Oil there the babe Jesus was born. Try It Drifting about among dinner operation Monday. About 15 persons "
And did you ever try to cookit parties you may have had occa-
"And there were, in the same will be employed at first, althoughthis
In Glades AvocadosContinued without breaking a single tip? sion to ply the new asparagus
country shepherds abiding in the One way is to put the bunch in lifters. They are the last word in number will be greatly increased -

fields, ]keeping watch over their, the bottom of a double boiler, add the exacting demand of women with increase in sales.

( from page 1) flock by night. And, lo, the Angelof the boiling water and then invert that their asparagus remain to The first allotment manufacturedwill

tent such as is in effect in California. the ;Lord came upon them, and I the top of the boiler over the tips, the last-unbroken.* be put on sale in Delray Beach.

Any law with the minimum set -- The will be sale in other
the glory of the Lord shone round planes on
high enough to keep out Cuban fruit
about them; and they were sore was greatly increased. In the five stores in South Florida as soon as
Children Anxious For
would also prohibit the marketingof afraid. And the Angel said unto they can be made. About 15,000

a large quantity of budded and them, Fear not; for, behold, I bring Arrival of Santa Claus extreme southeastern states, the will be placed on the market im
seedling West Indians in Florida. highest on record a
acreage gave ,
.
you good tidings of great Joy, which mediately.The

The California law was passed in shall be to all people." Continued from production less than last year, and plane was invented by Bill
( page 1))
1925 to prevent the marketing of The coming of Christ was taughtin the carry-over from the 1931 crop Williams about a year and a half

grossly immature fruit and if this the Hebrew religion, but his actual gion committee, the ladies who have was small. In 1933 more favorable ago. It is made of colored tough
law also prevented any further ship- charge of the Community Tree, have and reduced '
appearance was a surprise. The conditions are likely, paper over a frame of aeroplane

ments from Florida, probably no angel messenger saw the' fear of filled 500 little packages with can- acreage, the use of weeders and oth- spruce. In a gentle breeze it will

one lost any sleep over it. Further- dy, nuts, and fruit, as well as toysto labor saving devices and closer
the shepherds and commanded them er take off in the air without a person
more, it would be of very little ad- be distributed from the living spacing seem in line. in kite and will
not to be afraid but to rejoice be- running, as flying a ,
vantage to the Florida grower to Christmas tree which was plantedin During the last production of as
year
cause of the "good tidings ofgreat I fly as high permitted.
keep out Cuban fruit from Floridaif joy to all people." Then the cause Civic Center Park a few years flue-cured tobacco, has decreased 46 By some experience in handlingthe

it were permitted free entry in of joy is given, "For unto you is ago for the expressed purpose of be- percent while consumption has decreased attached string the plane may be
used at the annual ,Christmastree
every other state."Approximately. ing 24 percent, and the supplyin made to do
I born this day, in the city of David, many stunts.

fifty 'percent of a Savior, which is Christ the Lord." program of Clewiston.The storage is now 18 per cent less The first model of the plane will

the California avocados are of the spacious park, too, seems to than a Consumption is still be followed others later in the
The sign, or evidence, of the comingof year ago. by
Fuerte variety and the rest are also I be entering into the spirit of the oc- declining but at slower rate. Acre-
the prophesied Savior was, "Ye a winter and in the spring, as soonas
of Guatamalan and Mexican parent shall find the babe wrapped in i cassion. While the lawn is being age in '1933 may be larger, and disease warm weather comes in the north
age, therefore showing a much higher mowed this week, the flowers and
weather conditions lik
swaddling clothes, lying in a man and are i ern states.
oil content than the West Indian shrubbery put on new growth, and
ger. Then there appeared "a mul-
and Guatemalans of Florida. blossoms peep out at the children n_____ _
titude of the heavenly host, prais- ,.,
"Last season California marketed who are already pointing out the "
ing God and saying, "Glory to God
around 3,000,000 pounds of avoca- tree from which old Santa will distribute .
in the highest
and on earth peace,
dos, Cuba about 10,000,000 and the packages to their eager
good will toward men.
Florida less than one million. hands. The vivid red flowers of theTurk's NOTICEj
The angels disappeared and the I
"The proper course to pursue is caps against a backgroundof
shepherds went into the town of I
for Florida to increase her produc- its bright green gives natural.
Bethelein and found the babe as the
tion to at least 5,000,000 pounds color scheme of Christmas. II
angel had announced. I
and if we are unable with our dras-
"And when they had seen it, they

tically compete lower with production California costs it is, our to made known abroad the saying SMALL AUDIENCEAT I WE HAVE GOOD LAND FOR RENT

which was told them concerning the
fault. Cuba is BENEFIT PLAY 1
own only a factor
child. And all they that heard it
during the summer and early fall, wondered I FOR FALL AND WINTER CROPS
at those things which
but during this period absolutely were (Continued, from page 1)

told them by the shepherds. Georgiarina ........_... John Mallard.Mr. -
wrecks the
market.
With Cuba
These shepherds were the first Ephriam Ebenezer Blueblood, a !
paying the same tariff all other ,
missionaries, and the same methodof
prominent member, Edward Ward
countries have to
Florida wouldbe
in a position to pay make, her avocado spreading the gospel is still in Mrs. Susanna Priscilla Blueblood, Trespassers Will Be Prosecuted.

use-first learn of Christ and his his wife .... Emma Laura Bethea
industry of .
great importance.The
greater the production of avo- salvation and then tell it to others. Miss Louisianna Bumps, secretary of .

cados in Florida, the better the "And the shepherds returned, the club .... Mary Louise Oglesby
glorifying and praising God for all Miss Caroline Lucretia Boggs, a suffragette -
chance to have the
tariff
apply to Cuba also.-Canal present. Point the it things they har heard "and seen, ......_... Roberta George TIle Clewiston Co.

News. as was told unto them. Mrs. Mandy Johnson, the hostess,

You need never hesitate to accept ..__...-....Miss Laura Matteson

Jesus and his teachings, for nothing Georgianna Liza Hodkins, a young

NOTICE good need ever be turned out to member .___...... Mae Lily Stone.

Friday on a shopping tour. Mrs. George Washington Jones, very

The annual meeting of the stock: stylish __.................. Vesta Allen ,
holders of the First Bank of Clew- Poultry Outlook .
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iston will be held in the office of -
Moore Haven Pupils -5--sa.yrj---
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the Bank at Clewiston
Hendry coun-
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ty, Florida, on' January 5th, 1933, Plan Clewiston Show
at seven o'clock p. m. pullets in the flock is a bit larger. '

Elbert L. Stewart, Cashier. This indicates about as many layersin (Continuedifrom
January, 1933, as there were the page 1)
year before. Relatively low feed characters were played by Clara Ad- Iewiston'% 5011 Courser

.. "'" prices may cause more liberal feed- kins, Lele Brannon, Clara Whidden,
Johnny Dowd and Gordon Williams
,
ing and heavier production n, how-
and much credit must be given them
PureBredGuernsey ever.
for their supporting parts.
Shell eggs in storage November 1, 'The Country Constable' was r ..

1932, amounted to 3,207,000 cases one of the cleverest and the best
which was 44 per cent lower than
rehearsed plays that has ever been
the year before and 46 percent be- to tIle
presented here by local talent.
low the average for the preceding .

five years. Frozen eggs were about Farm Outlook For 1933Is Public .' '

22 percent below a :year ago and '- p --- :

Bun 7 percent below average. Consumption Reported Much Better :< .

of eggs in the four principal ',''-

markets of the United States for the (Continued from page 1)

Seven Weeks Old first 10 months of 1932 was about ly increased. Livestock numbers in Moderate Green Fees 0'

9 percent less than for the same Florida are increasing, and it would ,

time in 1931. This Indicates a lower seem that farmers should continuet

consumption for 1933. ogrow all of the feed for home Exceptional Fairways
:FOR SALE CHEAP 7-

When these facts are summed up, use.The
1932 of commercial
it is seen that lower-feed costs com- acreage
peanuts in the United States was Interesting Greens
pared to egg prices, about the same .
Dam is milking 30 pounds 12 percent larger than last :year but
number of and third
layers, over a
daily; of finest stock. Maybe yield was low and the crop was 6
less eggs in storage than a year ago.
seen at Crow building.J.Lllears1ey. percent less but 24 percent above :. -----
Looking at the live situa- I
poultry the average for the last five years.
ation, on October 1, 1932, 36 1-2
The carry-over of 1931 peanuts was The Most Popular Recreation
million ,
of frozen
pounds poultry was
considerably larger but consumption
in storage. This is 35 percent smaller Center in Clewiston

than last October and 27 percent I

below average. Consumption at the in 1931. With low feed prices, pro-

four leading markets for the first ducers may keep more birds than I ;....,,,

10 months of 1932 was about 15 usual in the laying flock instead of V T

per cent less than for the same time culling them for meat.