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Title: The Clewiston news
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Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: January 6, 1933
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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KIWANIANS HELD Gravely Named As REDS OUTCLASS Local Man ,Severly I: CLEWISTON SCHOOL


County Attorney Cut In Land
SPLENDID MEETING BLUES IN GOLFTOURNAMENT DisputeJames PLACED ON STATEACCREDITED

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After a 45 executive session E. Beardsley, local real estate -
HERE WEDNESDAY the board of county commis- dealer, suffered severe-cuts and LIST
sioners announced the appointmentof knife jabs Saturday morninig as .
L. O. Gravely, of LaBelle, as attorney the result of a dispute over property -
for the board of cimmissioners lines with Julius Herring of South
Members of the Clewiston Kiwanis The "Reds" were twenty-four Official notification from the
at a salary of $50 per month; Bay. Herring was arrested and held
Club exemplified their club's motto, Selden L. Stewart, of LaBelle, coun- points ahead, establishing a twelve under bond pending' 'the outcome of State Board of Education placing'

"We Build" at the club's luncheon' ty prosecuting attorney, at a salary i point lead over the "Blues" in the 'Mr. Beardsley's injuries. Clewiston's elementary and High
Wednesday night by donating their of 325 per month, and Mike V. Ras-I first round of the "Merchant's An- According to Mr. Beardsley, -he Schools on the State Accredited list
,\ services to complete the home recently smunsen, janitor of the court houseat had previously pointed out the line was received during the Christmas,
begun by their fellow clubman, a salary( of $58 per month. nual Golf Tournament"; here, this between his property and that farmed holidays by Professor M. G. Lang-
Jim Beardsley who was injured last Four applications for prosecuting week,,. Matches that were not fin- by Mr. Herrin. When Beardsley ford, principal It, was made known -
Saturday. Each member donated one attorney and attorney for the board ished drew no blood for either side. started his tractor on the field. Sat- this week.
day's labor in order that the house I were filed. The two offices were The second round played as two urday morning, Mr.. Herrin's tractorwas The notifications'came in letters
might be completed while Mr. held during the past term by RoyD. ball foursomes, will be played Sun- found to be breaking the''land from the Board' of Education in"
Beardsley is recovering. J? F. Tip- Stubbs. of Fort Myers, who did day. The second round will be play- on the opposite side of the same spectors. .-
pey local cojitractor, is supervisingthe not file an application Tuesday. The ed as follows: tract. Beardsley made his way across Both departments, the elementary
building of Mr. Beardsley'shome. applications and bids filed were: Tom Shelley and Charlie Lovvorn the field unarmed, toward Herrin to and the t high, ,of the Clewiston
It is planned to have the Walter W. Preston, Clewiston, no against F. D. Duff and J. J. Har- order him off the property.In school are given" full credit. The
building completed within one week. salary mentioned; Selden L.: Stewart rington. tile altercation which followeda letter from R. M.Evans, State Sup-
John K. Mowry was presentedwith $'40 per month as combined salaryof Jack Barret and E. E. Kelly long gash was cut in Beardsley'sface ervisor of Elementary Schools, follows
the president's chair upon assuming the two positions; L. O. Gravely against Tom Deckman and Emmett -missing his jugular vein by a :
office by E. E. Kelley who $40 per month as attorney for the Shelley ,fraction of an inch. Beardsley also Prof. M. G. Langford,
retires as the club's first past presi- board and, $25 as prosecuting attorney 'H. R. Hall and L. C. Sturges received several jabs in the shoulderand Clewiston, Florida, ..
. ; dent<, Ovations were given to the ; Clyde Maddox, whose appli- against Earl Fontaine and W. C. back from Herrin's pocket Dear Mr. Langford:
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old and new presidents.Mr. cation and bid was 'made orally, Owen.M. knife. This is to advise"you 'that your
Z Mowry announced the follow- 150 per month as, attorney for the Wm. Bigg and W. C. Prew- With Herrin were Nello dree.r and school has been placed upon the
ing committee appointments for the board and $25 as prosecuting at- itt against Dr. J. W. White and Francis McKay, who upon realizinga state accredited list for the school
i -,4' first quarter of '1933: ,torney. Troy Puryear. knife was being used in the fray year ending ,June 30th, 1933, as a
AGRICULTURE: W. C. Hooker, Vive applications and 'bids were Shirley Bowdoin and Charlie Miner separated the two men -and rushed Regulation Standard School.
( J. E. Beardsley and,B. A. Bourne. filed seeking the janitor's position: against M. F. .George and L. Mr. Beardsley to Belle Glade for Allow me to congratulate you upon .
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CLUB MEETINGS:, (attendance, the good 'showing made by
MikeV. Rassmunsen, $65 per month; Ov Vinson. immediate treatment. your
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house, and reception) A. W. Sias, J. M. R. Browning, $65 per month; Herbert Blate and Homes Rich Mr. Beardsley was reported rest- school.
R. Alston, W. A. Davis 'and C. L. C. C. Cochrane, $52 per month; J. against J. W. Moran and A.: L, Beck ing well this morning, but'extremely In the interest of economy no

Downs. M. Messer, $58 per month, and R. T. ett. /' % weak from loss of blood. He was certificates of standardization are
CLASSIFICATION: Dave' G. ,Als Miller, $60 per month. E. L. Stewart ...and Fred Hill said toe entirely out of danger. being entered this year. #
ton.-A., W. Lawrence and A. A. against H. A. Bettor and J. W. Ez 4t Yours very truly,
Munroe. r elle. / ,- GAS CONSUMPTION R. M. EVANS.
INTER-CLUB RELATIONS: Roy DUNAWAY ELECTED BOARD A. N. Gal ant and Hubert Land From M. R. Hinson. state super-:

Green, H. R. Hall, T. It, Shelley and CHAIRMANFred against E.'W. Diggs and\,F. J. Fine- The sale of gasoline in Hendry visor of high schools came the offi-
Glen Etherton.. gan. / county reached 50,613gallons for the cial notification placing the high
KIWANIS EDUCATION: C. J. L. Dunaway of Felda, was M.P.. Peterson'/and M. G Lang- month of/November, according to a school department as a standard
Lovvorn, J. W. Ezelle and Victor unanimously elected chairman of ford: against Victor Blate and Bill tabulated statement sent out by the four year Senior high school. His
Blate. the Hendry county board of county Redelshelmer State Department fo Agriculture. In letter is as follows:
MUSIC AND PROGRAMS: E. R. commissioners Tuesday at the or- G. H. Small and C. V. Parkinson this same period 7,554 gallons of Dear Mr. Langford:
Fontaine, C. E. Miner, E, B. Butler ganization meeting of the borad: against L. C. Miller and Kit'Bowden. kerosene was sold in the ,county. I have the pleasure to inform
and Miss Marion Leydig. Mr. Dunaway has served as chairman -E. B" Butler and Norman Neilson State totals as given by the Ag you officially that Clewiston High
''' PUBLIC AFFAIRS' E., E. Kelly, of the board for the past'several against Parker Wilson and V H. riculture department report showed School has been acredited by the
J., K. Baker, and cAV. Parkinson. months when he was<*. elected; McCarter. 15,546,624 gallons of, gasoline and Florida State Board of Fducation
UNDERPRIVILEGED'CHILD: W. by the old board to fill the unex- Jimmy Harrington and B. C. 2,484,190 gallons of kerosene. as a four-year Senior p'i ;h School

C Owen, J. A. McGehee and Carl pired chairmanship upon'the resignation Flaniken against Harry Vaughn andP. for the year 1932-33.
Berner of Selden L. Stew.art. THREE NEW CHEVROLETSSOLD of Standard High
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VOCATIONAL GUIDANCE: M. G. ", High Point position of the "Reds"was BY LOCAL DEALER Schools and Elementary Schools
Langford, F., J. ,Finnegan. 53 CLEWISTOX NAMES ,,' tied between L. C. Sturges and will be mailed you during January

I .. Appropriate tribute was paid toA I Ih IN, ,COUNTY ,JURY BOX Jack Barrett, Shirley Bowdoin, M. Of the first car of 1933 Chevro- 1933.
!: ,Arthur ,Lawrence, Si Sias, E. E. ,'-..-- P. Peterson and Ed. ;Butler with :" lets received Tuesday by the Clew- Sincerely Yours,
' Kelly, and Bill Owen for perfect attendance The names' of 55 Clewiston residents three points each. iston Motor Company, local dealer M. R. HINSON. .
record during 1932. Also were placed. :;in the county jury Dr. White, A. L. Hackett and : three were sold and delivered by
I to Earl Fontaine and Tom Shelleyfor box Tuesday when the Commissioners Bill Redelsheimer each with three Wednesday noon.Purchasers Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle returned -
perfect attendance since they be- maae *,up .the list from, )which points tied for high position for the of these new Chevro- from a short visit with rel-
came members of the club. tlW, Circuit';Court jurors will bedi'aivlf. "Blues." lets as announced by C. W. McDonald atives in Lumpkin, Ga. and Grace- :
Due notice was taken of the birth- ..,, Atotal of 181, names were salesman, are H. L.' Delaney, ville, Fla. i
days of M. G. Langford, January 3, ,drawn!! for the box. Miss Dorothy Moorman who has J. A. McGehee, and T. ,B. Shelley. T
and E. :E. Kelly January 5th. The spent several months here with her

1 program next week will be in charge < Miss Sue Maxwell returned Saturday -uncle and aunt, Mr .and Mrs. E. L. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Creech of Commissioners Met ;:. -
I of the Committee Kiwanis,Educa- from her home in Pahookee, Stewart, left yesterday for home ,in Belle Glade were guests of Mr. and

j I tion. .',/ I whey she spent the holidays. : Macon, Ga.FLOHIDA'S. Mrs. A. McGehee. Wednesday; Elected "


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INAUfiURAL ADDRESS OF GOVERNOR DAVE SHOLTZ I I II
I Prove His Gratitude; Hampton of LaBelle was. j'

made chairman, of the Hendry County -
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Car Found In MiamiWalt Board of Public Instruction at tno -

Florida's 26th governor was inaugurated NEW GOVERNOR their officials, the various commit- organization meeting of the Board .. i
in the presence of thou- tees, the citizenship generally, and Wednesday in LaBelle. :Mr. Hampton I
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Smith, of Ceiotex, can look sands of Floridians at the capital particularly the official Committee served as chairman on the board
t, through his dictionary' form new Tuesday as Chief ,Justice Rivers Bu- chairman and his committee for : last term and is very familiar with 1

_); ? meaning of the ,word "gratitude.(( :" ford administered the oath of office their hospitality, their courtesy and : the Vi ork.
T ; A few weeks /ago' \V&]( "picked to Dave Sholtz of Daytona their expression of good-will in their' A. G. Carr, of Felda, who was re- .
up": a young man in /Petersburg Beach, who s elected governorby efforts to stage a gala and proper i ruined to office for another term
and brought him to his/home' here, the largest popular vote ever recognition of the occasion and I and C. E. Miner, of Clewiston, who
fed him, and otherwisa befriended given a chief executive., I 1 which has been so ably done.I was nominated in June without opposition -
I' .. him. Walt also had>"a Ford coupe. Governor Sholtz, standing on a am also grateful that you have and elected in November,
But Saturday motn (when he woke flag-draped platform and speakingto not only honored me by elevatingme are the other members of the board. I
he had neither }friend nor Ford. thousands of citizens outlined to the high and noble and the Louis O. Gravely, of LaBelle, was
The car was- .found in Miami bv nlainlv his nlans for an administration distinguished position as your Gov- re-elected atorney for the board ata
1 police Sunday ,,,1; t- the erstwhile of strictest economy and efficiency ernor, but you have likewise givenme salary; of $25 a month.
1 house guest of (Smith did not even and pledged himself anew the opportunity to render a service Members of the faculty of the
leave a calling 'bard; and, up to the to the policies of government for to a great State and to its distinguished : Clewiston school were granted expenses -
I present writing' he has not sent which he stood in the campaigns citizenry. It is through uy to $10 a week .for the
I nor left a forwarding address. preceding the primaries and the 4 y your gracious beneficence that mineis i rst week in January during which
I The young man-whom Smith had general election. the honor to become not only Ume the Clewif.>ton school was closed -

'\ befriended was,not'-'knoy n to Smith'! The 'following is the preparedtext your Chief Executive, but likewise to prevent the Clewiston child
of Governor Sholtz' inaugural your co-worker in all worthy efforts.I possibility of being expos-
: but because of, a hard, luck story .x I ren from,
i address: am soberly conscious of the responsibility ed to influenza. All other schools in
he was taken in and treated as one %
I of the family and I'Smith was' trying ,My fellow Floridians ,and my good which I assume on this the county were opened January 2.
to get him a job:in C ewiston. Sat- friends, the Constitution the occasion, and I do humbly ,realize The Clewiston schoOl will. c.;en on ...
urday night he* had loa ed the friend State prescribes the oath'of office that mine is the obligation to respond January 9th. .
the car to drive "dow town." Smith for your Chief Executive. It in Itself 1 with all of the industry and
meant Clewiston by/j "down town" constitutes perhaps all. that need ability that God has given me to PAY DELINQUENT TAXES
but the frieAd Evidently meant Mi- be said in an inaugural address. I the trust and confidence- you have i
ami. / i Were I not to consider my oath of reposed in me. es "
I r i office as a serious and binding oneI -- It is my earnest desire and pur- During the last sixty days a total ,.
HON. DAVE SHOLTZ ,
collected as '
has been 0
HOUS-E would be totally unfit for, the pose to so conduct the affairs and of $48,627.57 }
COURT BONDS of Beach county.
Daytona in ,Hendry
I I trust and confidence that you have responsibilities of the office of chief delinquent taxes
OUGHT AT DISCOUNT reposed in me. I solemnly assure executive as to secure the greatest W. T. Hall, Clerk of the Circuit
/ ,-'!- you that in my efforts during: the this occasion.I good for the greatest number. Court, through whose office delinquent
; Three IJendry County; Court,House next four years to serve you- as I am grateful and take this opportunity Having embarked ,upon this mission taxes are paid, said Wednes-

bonds, serial mimbers 8. 9 and 10, I feel a public servant should serve to thank, the people of of high governmental respon- day.The ,
of $6,882.40was
4 were bought Monday by the board I you, the mandates of my oath of Florida for the confidence they have sibility, I shall trim my sails, not latest payment the Collier
by
.of county commissioners at a netsavingto office shall at all times be my guid- manifested in me by giving me the according to political advantage, but made Monday Tamiami .
the county of $550. The ing star. Nothing that I can say extraordinarily large majorities at rather according to the things I be- interests which paid on the ....
bonds /had beeh offered by a Fort on this occasion.. will be of value the primary and general election.I l eve are right. Development Co., The Florida TimberLand -
Corporation and tho Lee
Myersatomey/ a few weeks before whatsoever or will be long remem- believe and amconfident that these Today you are an expectant, peo-
Collier
The -
they were'due at a;> price of 85 cents bered if my oath ,of office be lightly majorities are definite evidence of ple because you, feel, and I believe County Land Company. 8
plus corued Interest coupons. The regarded or easily forgotten. The the fact that the people will give you have a right to feel, that the Interests own approximately
bonds were each of $1000 denominations people rightfully should and, will me their support. .future of this State holds much townships in Hendry county.
and carried $40 interest cou- judge us more by what we do dur- And may I express my grateful promise of just reward for industry, Other taxes recently paid wereU. .
post? attached. The price paid by ing the next four years, than by whatwe appreciation and thanks tothe\ enterprise and frugality. You are S. Sugar Corp., $4,217.80; Consolidated

tl's board ,ras $2670. may bay or may leave unsaid on Chamber,of Commerce, and the City, I .(Continued on Die Thr z ; Land Co.; $37,72J.37. _,


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FRIDAY JANUARY C 1933
TWO THE CLEWISTON NEWS." ,
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The third temptation appealed to

The Clewiston '!N.ewc unba tjool Christ's great aim in life, to estab-
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TOO LATE TO (II lish on earth the kingdom of heaven.

Published every Friday In Clewistci. M RUSSELL KAYon The devil took our Lord (doubtlessin
Florida by the CLEWISTON NEWS I CLASSIFY / .liJ. Jresson imagination or vision) to a great

.. Inc. mountain top from which he couldsee
all the kingdoms of the worldin
,Entered as second class matter. And while most folks are whop- our toes and back him- up all the FOR JANUARY 8, 1933 all their glory; and made him

February 1. 1927, at the Post Officeat pin, and shoutin' congratulations to way through. the bold offer, "I will give you all
Dave" with three cheers anda When Dave talked to the Press Jesus his work.
Olewiston, Florida, under the Act "Our Subject: begins these if you will only fall down and
of March 3, 1897.A tiger for the, "New Deal" I'm gon- Association at their meeting at Golden Text: "The time is full- worship me." Christ knew he was
na take time out to extend mysym- Hollywood last October, he only ask- filled, and the kingdom of God is the king of kings. He taught his
for he's need it. ed one thing of the boys and that at hand and believe the
newspaper devoted to the best: pathy, gonna ; repent ye, disciples to pray, "Thy kingdomcome.
Interests of Hendry County, Florida. There never was a time in our was a request that they ,vould stand gospel." Mark 1:15. ." But he was well aware, as
Its leading newspaper. history when the "Head :Man"! occu- behind him just as long ,as they Lesson Text: Mark 1:12-20. he told Pilate at his trial, that his '
pied a tougher spot than right now felt he was right, and surely that's Time and Place: A. D. 27; Wild- kingdom was not of the world. No M1

Subscription rate: per year$2.00 and considevin' the fact that after the least anyone can do. erness (desert) of Judea. power and glory that Satan could /
all, the "Head Man" ain't nothin' All right, batter up, let's PLAY The temptation of Jesus by Satan possibly give him would answer his
Outside of State of Florida _____.$2.50<
more or less than a human being, BALL! : It is strange that men shouldbe holy purposes; so he replied with

Advertising rates furnished on ap- he has a hard time tryin' to satis- And now as we open the new ledger so averse to believing in Satan. another quotation (Deut. 6:13),

plication. fy the poor duet bowls who insiston and chalk up the hopeful figuresof Every- thoughtful:: soul must recoJI :?:- "Them ahalt' worship the Lord____ thv n_"
lookiu' at him as a Wizard ormirac'lewprker. 1933, let's wipe from our memory I I nize a force within him and in the God, and him only shalt thou serve."

Business office, Clewiston News, the dreary pages of the old book world warring against good. Thru Our lesson today begins: "And ..
Florida. Editorial and: Personally, I feel that "Dave" is that were stained with red ink and : all the forty days our Lord was constantly he was there in the wilderness forty
Clewlston, absolutely sincere and I believe he tears. What if it was a bitter dose, I I tempted, but in giving an account days, tempted of Satan; and was

Advertising, same. will make every effort to fulfill..his' what if we did take it on the chin, of his experiences! he summed with the wild beasts; and the angels

campaign pledges, but you know a let's let by-gones be by-gones, we've them up in three typical tempta- ministered unto, him." "Immediat-
Telephone 339 lot of us folks signed notes and written off our losses and Father tions. One was physical; he was ely" after the baptism of Jesus as i

made promises awhile back at the Time has taken the old Records to seized by fierce hunger, and Satan stated in last Sunday's lesson. "The

height of the boom, only to wake up file in the archives. tempted him to prove himself the Spirit" was the Holy Spirit, which '
A $100 MATCH later on and find we couldn't even Now it's a new page, a new day ; Son of God by turning into bread the in some way urged Jesus to' retire

This week it becomes our painful pay the INTEREST, and it wasn't, and a new deal, let's make the }mostof flat, loaf-like stones around him. into the desert for a spiritual strug- .
duty to record a fire which once that we didn't want to or hadn't it. 1933 is our oyster and who He could do it easily enough; he gle with Satan. -

threatened to undermine the state expected: to, but was due entirelyto knows but what it may contain a worked a similar miracle once for "Fortydays- tempted of Satan,"

highway at Bear Beach. matters beyond our control. pearl. five thousand persons and again for It Is thought. that Jesus ate nothing

The fire, to all appearances, was And now we have showed Mr. Remember, Florida is in an envi- four thousand. But Christ never during that time, and the Atheists

started by rank carelessness. Someone Sholtz in the pitcher's box in the able position compared with the rest used his divine power for himself, i used to say the statement was un-

had trash burning. They burnedit ninth inning with the score againsthim of the country, the state is rapidly only for others; so he answered Sa- true, because Jesus could not go

on the 'muck. The fire, as all and the bases full, the whole filling with tourists ,and judging tan's suggestion by quoting Deut. 40 days without food. 'Numbers ofw:

muck fires do, was not content to grandstand roared its approval as he from the type of cars I find on the 8:3, "Man shall not live by bread persons have fasted more than \

confine itself to the useful purposeof walled out to the mound and spit highways carrying foreign license alone." days, without supernatural power, ..-

burning the trash, but instead ou his glove, and now the mob has plates, our visitors this season have ; The second temptation (accord- which Jesus could have, used. "The i

slowly ate its way through tt e quieted down while he's warmingup got money to spend. Hotels and ing; to Matthew) was to go to Jeru- Angels ministered unto him, as they 4

poiaus ,soil down to the water line,, awaiting the first pitch.Of apartments are filling up, and dur- salem and cast himself down from did to Elijah." (1 King 19:5.) After .
, some six feet below the surface at course it would be nice if he ing the next few months ,there'll bea the roof of the temple, trusting to his temptation the devil "departed -

that point., could put enough stuff on the ball lot of needful cash put in circu- Psalm 91:11. "He shall give his from him for a season," but often

It is not known definitely what( to lay 'em down One, Two, Three, lation to move and growers will soon angels charge concerning thee ;and : returned, as he does to us all.
started this particular fire. A lighted but remember, he..'$ up against a have cash with which to take up 'on their hands they shall bear thee "Now after that John was put in .

cigarette tossed from a passingcar bunch of sure-enough ball players. the slack. up lest haply thou dash thy feet prison, Jesus came into Galilee,
might have:: started it, or it may They're seasoned veterans, and they So before you start cryin' or feel- ,against a stone." Thus he would preaching the gospel of the kingdom .',

have been started by burning trash. know all the ,tricks, so don" 'start in' sorry for yourself, think of the prove to the amazed throng in the of God, and saying, The timeis
How the fire started is really of lit- razzin' our young pitcher if they poor bozos up country who not only temple courts that he was the Son fullfilled and the kingdom of Godis

tle consequence. We have been happen to get a hit or two off him have the same worries you might of God. But Christ's sufficient answer at hand; repent ye, and believe .
shown too many times already ho v at the start.Remember. complain about. but got a lot of coal to the suggestion was another the gospel." .

' fires may ba 't.rted on the muck. the best little ball and ice to shovel on top of all that. Bible quotation, Deut. 6:16, "Thou "For Herod himself had sent forth

We h3.ve.len. told too few times player in the world can't win the So let's break out all over witha shalt not tempt the Lord thy God." and laid hold upon-John, and bound -

evidently, that it is foolish to start game all by himself, he's gotta have great big healthy. smile. and face God is not to be put to the proofin him in prison for Herodias' sake,

fires on the porous soil of the plenty of support and that's where the new year with real confidence, that way. We are not to say. to his brother Philip's wife; for he had

Everglades.We you and I and the rest of the folks for after all, 1933 will be just what God, "Break your own laws in my married her. For John had said

have been told in general come in, we'll have to be ready and we, make it. '. favor and I will believe in thee.' unto Herod, It is not lawful for
the cost of fires in the Ever-
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thee to have thy brother's wife. .. __
glades. This particular fire which "Now as he(walked by the sea .

covered the area of approximatelysixty I of Galilee, he saw Simon and And-
square feet will cost the state
for fish-
rew his brother they were
road department at least $lnO for IIIIIII IIIYI ors. And Jesus said unto them,

material to fill the spot eaten up by e7T Come ye after me: and I, will ,make r
J the flames. This cost does not include you to become fishers of men. And ht-..-:
the labor of four men for three forsook their nets ..
r1rJjt straightway they ;
days in curbing the progress of the S IJiA: and followed him. And he saw '

fire.So James the son of Zebedee, and John
once again :we see the actual ':' -- brother, in the ship mending this
cost of one little match and one \( nets. And he called them; and they ,

foolish act. left their father Zebedee in the ship

Some day we will learn our les- ; .>' withthe, hired servants, and went
son of fire prevention-but when? after' him."

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fl? BAGASSE < ALVIN COOLIDGE .

VERY LIGHT READING I .

'DIES SUDDENLY

I thought I knew what a look of

consternation was but I only thoughtI ,
did. A real picture of this look : -
OF HEART ATTACK
came to me last! week when I saw

Scotty throwing pennies to the ,. ,
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children-and the string broke. 0
The death of Calvin Coolidge,
1933 ought to be a year of merry
0 who was the only living former
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making and a light heart and light
president'of the United States, occurred -
head for all of us, that is, if we are .
., suddenly at his home "The
to judge by the way the year started.It .
Beeches," at Southampton, Massdchusetts -
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ought to be a year in which we \
: yesterday afternoon and
may all rub elbows and kick shins AND CANS
with each other.If CITIES cast a deep gloom over the nation. '
( Coolidge was 60 years of age on
it were not for our hard and
I July 4, 1932, and was thought to
fast rule of never mentioning our rrHE. fresh eggs and milk in tin cans. And there's more preserve their meats longer dur-
personal self, or ailments we would I[ which we consume at break- truth than poetry in that remark. ing the hot weather. be in excellent health. He and his
break out and confess that we are fast are the only food pro- ,"!llost of us have, become so "But when the Great Man who secretary, who accompanied him ,
ducts vh'"i' now have to come used to eating canned meats, invented the tin can came along, home from his office a short time
lying in bed with influenza (influenza .
from near the spot where we are canned fruits, canned preserves, he moved civilization forward before his death: thought the pain
is a disease !and! not a foreign hundreds of Even the
canned milkand ether sort years.
: breakfasting. All the rest of our every he complained *>f was from indi-
nurse..) But since we cannot break food requirements can come from of canned foods, that we forget cowboys and trappers, who were
gestion which he had suffered for
our rule, we can only say that all almost any place in cur own there was a day when there as hardy a lot as ever lived, dis-
typographical errors may be blamed: country, or even from distant: foreign wasn't any such thing as ann airtight covered the advantages of the two or three weeks. Coolidge went -.- -
tin A cowboy who had to to his room to rest and a few min-
on the typist who is acting as lanls: and the coat cf food can You ate fresh meat can. :'
stenographer. Like else to the consume1 does not vary those days, in the winter time, cross a long waterless stretch utes later Mrs. Coolidge, who was _
everything much in"New York from that in when it would keep, cr else you knew that he could make it in on 'a shopping tour when the former ,
getting out a paper while in bed Chi i"o or San Francisco.The ate dried meat. Dried meat, or'jerky' rcmfort on a can or two of tomatoes president returned to his home,
looks as though it would be easy if food the juice of which satis-
great advances in rapid was the staple car- found the body on the floor of the
you were on your feet.: When you transportation have clone much to ried by every trapper and pioneer fed his thirst at the same time
room. A physician said he had
are on your feet it looks easy under diminish tht dependc-ricc of a city in the early days when fresh food that the pulp gave him nourish-
any other circumstances.Golf ou Its im:lyliate hinterland, but could not be had., And in foreign ment. .And any storekeeper- in a been dead about 15 'minutes.
appeals to all types andshapes commercial canning is the principal countries it was the same way. mining district or cowtown who President Hoover :!and scores of
reason why modern large You'll find every race of people, didn't lay in a good supply of others in prominentr positions have .
of men, as is evidenced by cities ran: exist. Vithout the right back to the ancient Egyp- canned peaches and plums and expressed amazement and sorrow at .
one particular foursome of engineers ;- huge supply of foods which is tians and Babylonians, used dried such was likely to find himself the sudden death and have eulogized -
seen on the course every da- now annually put into cans there meat "as a big part of their staple lidir on a rail the first Satur- the former
There is E. W. Digg who is long, 'ould be ,0 New York, Chicago food supply. Dried fruits madeup d ,v u lot of hungry riders got president. A seemingly -
nort hand south; J. W Moore who cr San Francisco. another big item in the bill t( town. The cowboy, like all endless stream of condolences and
is long east and west; V. H. Mc- A century ago at least two- of fare. That was why the date cutdcor workers, has a great appetite regrets have poured iato the Mass .
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Carter who is short north and south thirds of the people in the United palm was such an important thingin for sweets, and the canned achusetts home.
States lived: en farms, but in 1930 the desert countries of the fruits suited him right down to
(and fairly long east andwest and
)
the farm population: of this coun- East; dates dried well and were his bootheels.
A. N. Gallant who is short towardall try constituted only twentyfiveper very nutritious. "Sailors, explorers, travelers NOTICE ;
points of the compass. These rei.t. of the total. In ether "Yo'u'll find that, in the hot and the millions who fought in
The annual
four engineers work dur*" ? office words, American farmers a century countries like India and Africa, the World War know what cans meeting of the stock-
hours toward digging canals ago fed a. non-farm pop'l11a''tion pepper and other spices and condiments meant in the way of food and holders of the First Bank of Clew-
and constructing levees, spend their about half the size of the came into use for the ccdfort. And to the everyday iston will be held in the office of '
farm population; now the non- same reason. Food couldn't be ci:;izens, cans mean just that and the Bank at Clewiston, Hendry coun- ,
recreation hours digging divots andexploding'sand
farm population is three times as kept any too well, but by seasoning more:> ; they mean meat and fish ty, Florida, on January 5th, 1933,
traps like the rest of large as the farm population. the dish highly with spices at all seasons, as well as fruits at seven o'clock p. m.
us. The Editor of Short Stories in you couUa't tell if the meats or throughout year Instead of Elbert L. Stewart( Cashier.
Garden City, N. Y., must have other ingredients maybe had become just during the hot summer

The avers: ,e American family ;is had these facts In mind when he a little too high. months. ,/
worth $12,000 even now, is the wrote the following eloquent edi- "Ice, of course, was a very,good "Yessir; the man who inventedthe LOST-Leather brief case ,containing ,
very torial on preservative in countries where tin can Is deserving of a .
cheerful assertion of M. R. Neifeld, there was plenty of cold weatherin monument. And If all the emptytin papers bearing my name and "'
New York statistician. :Many! vho Tin Cans the winter time. The early"olonists cans left by careless, shiftless that of the Union Circulation Co.' ,

used to think they were very superior "Some wise fellow once observed quickly learned to cut camp TS were piled into one heap, Address: M. A. Steele, Irotel :
would row be glad to be that the whole history of :ce in the winter and put it away it sure would make a' monument, 'Poinsettia, 117 NE 2nd Street,

just an "Average American family." modern civilization" was written I ,for the summer so they could wouldn't, it?"* "" ]Miami, ... :-Florida. -.. 1 ri 1' .


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'L". ":, Personal Mention I Is Your Diet "Adequate"? I I in been burdened in this portions no we exception.people of our of Thus State Florida it we'is have have that


'., our present and we have
',. Hardly a century has elapsed since magnified the problem of our future -
./. James Dew of West Palm Bead
- : the microscope revealed that the human by having contracted debts
;.': spent Monday here on busines. >? ; J.yati: :.. I which in
body is made up of numerous < : the more mature light ot
lp3 % '
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-- cells and it is not half a century since ; ti : the present we would not have con-
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Mr. and Mrs. Hansel McDuffi '
chemical showed that tracted. It is
analyses these Ry' i folly to state that in
spent Friday in Miami attending the cells are composed of as many as IGor ,. a : .\t p\ n.v fxGKt I many: instances: and in restricted
Air Meet. ? :G} :+cr.E i't lMffiiwr i;'
17 elements. areas these debts have not precipi-
:., pps? 4iKlfW ,
. -----' The maintenance of life is bound up ,,? ? ** SC' fc ? tated a troublesome and most perplexing -
L. P. Elam returned Sunday from: with and dependent upon a never-ceas \ problem. The ultimate solution

II: a two weeks vacation spent in his ing interplay of all of these elements. V %Vi in some instances may be far

y. home at Waucula. Good nutrition, however, does not from clear to the minds of any of

depend merely upon the presence of .. us; but with fortitude
# :fi:5: .v :f aL 'U ; .'k\" .R.r courage, and
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Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Holdsworth all of these substances ; they must be determination the situation is being

arrived last week from Chicago for present in certain amounts before the + F Z) '. met by those of our people directly
a tend day visit with friends. body can be in a state of perfect nour- affected. With God's help I am con-

r'( ishment. 3//r }, fident of ultimate success. At any
Unfortunately human beings P : vtitLtL ;, gar r nt; "o $ wk Hy '.iS',
Miss Jewel Russell returned Thurs- many lEs 3 left to follow their own inclina- ;Lw}
day from a short vacation spent .9t. sel and advice your Chief Execu-
.,.. i with relatives in Lake Butler. tions will consume foods that make up :' ,i.3rfi ti'/a can give, will be willingly and
an adequate diet. Modern conditions
eagerly rendered.
-, Mis Jeanette Morgan of Slocum., have interfered with man's physical I The unfortunate financial and

; .' ... Alabama who has been visiting with activity, and consequently with his economical condition in which
and food habits. As rule manyof
appetite a ,
-, ,:, friends in Pahokee, spent Friday afternoon our counties municipalities and
-. : '. his diet is low in three of the 17 required \t
: and evening here. tax districts now find themselves is,
."d.. .. minerals. These important
: .: r- to some extent, a result of the in-
three calcium (sometimes called
', : are
:
-'i Mrs. E. E. Kelly left Wednesday diffc'ence of
.',.. lime), phosphorus and iron. our "L ople to govern-
', s for Orlando and Daytona Beach after I mental'' matters. If you question this
Needs Minerals in Diet. f'
spending a pleasant visit with .',:: to
Even the, layman can discover when go your public records and ir es-
her family here. he is not obtaining enough iron. Pale tigate for yourself the manner in

.- ... anaemic color is a sign that blood and which this indebtedness was incurred -

', Mrs. Dan B. Allen and daughter tissue are starving for iron. It is a .mn__ n __'n"__ _'_ T.--'W_ .. w" ',,,,', 'U'" .."'.. .': ; consider well the fact that in
.' Marjorie returned Sunday from a little more difficult however to detect I mauy instances less than twenty-
.':. brief visit with her father and oth- a calcium and phosphorus defl"ciency To Avoid "Bow Legs, Knock Knees, Pigeon Breasts, Rickets. five percent of the qualified electors ; -

f. -.:. er relatives in Haines City. especially in the adult. Teeth other foods that contain smaller able form, although inorganic. SIc- were sufficiently interested even

may start to decay, blood may be so amounts of thesemineralsare not generally Collum and a number of other well to go to the poll;; and vcte jpon

",S, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Probeat, Mrs.E. I reduced in its calcium content thatit pointed out but as many.of them known nutritionists have found In the proposed expenditure. A similar -

S. Lee and Miss Louise Lee of does not readily clot, and bones may are consumed regularly and ir fairly their experimental work that the inor- lack of interest. in political mat

Covingtou, Kentucky,. were guests become alarmingly fragile. In the generous amounts, their contribution in ganic form of these minerals is used I ter3 has, to some extent imn'red
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"-", ; of the Clewiston Inn Saturday.: child, the effect is more damaging thanit these particular minerals is really by the body just the same as are the or ; the efficiency of our nations state, .

-1 ;s in the adult. Bow legs, knock worthy of notice. Grains used to pre- ganic forms, such as milk. This is an county and Municipal rovernment :,

Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Porter and knees pigeon breasts and rickets, all pare breakfast foods and flours for important bit of knowledge, for It per- and has caused you and ml'> t- Tabor

Mr. and Mrs. H. M Kanarr, of St. i due to lack of calcium*' and phosI bread and all kinds of pastry are an mits mothers who have trouble in getting and suffer under some tax buroeiM

Petersburg spent Sunday in Clew- I phorous or to a wrong proportion, of example. While milling does remove a child to drink milk to plan a and governmental restrictions that

iston, visiting friends 1 these elements may never be out- some of the minerals in the grain, diet providing the necessary amountof seem unnecessary and unwise. Tb ?

I grown. such ingredients as milk'' and eggs these minerals. Vegetables like cab responsibility for this is our ;>_P:*

.,,' :: Mrs. W. C. Hanson and son of The foods supplying the largest which are used with the flours supplya bage, cauliflower, green beans dried. we must see that it does l.ot'.-.;" -i::
West Palm Beach, formerly: of thin amounts of calcium are those generally greater amount of these minerals beans, spinach carrots and; breads : occur.I .

city, were visiting friends her :Fri listed and emphasized In" the than is lost in the milling made of self-rising flour, will add a lot ; say to you that a dmcx.tti': :

., :..';.,: day. )j II literature of diets-milk;:, cheese, and Keeping Up Mineral Content of calcium to -th'e diet. Meat, fish, and free government :o- {t..if' people

: r--- I,. vegetables. The foods that supply the In the case of self-rising flour, the eggs, beans, spinach cauliflower and must be of the people and by the
largest amounts of phosphorous and monocalcium phosphate used for leav- and bread and
cabbage pastry made
'. ., Miss, Vilma Rhodes returned Sat- people; we cannot have the privi-
which are emphasized are meats ening contributes liberal of from flour
urday from her home in Oakland, eggs, a amount self-rising supply phos- leges without the responsibilities!
.', fish, cheese, milk.;: Specific vegetables or calcium and phosphorous in a utiliz- phorous in generous amounts.
... where she spent the Christmas holi- You cannot successfully apply 'ha
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days. principles of absent,. treatment i > ,1.

Misses Mae Drew and Elizabeth I Bones Foundation of Beautyf i democratic The vote form in our of State gorernme t- It-

.....:j.... West arrived Saturday from their ton in November clearly and p' iv-
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homes in Richland, Ga., where they ely indicates to me that thr .;. >-

enjoyed the Christmas holidays.Mr. That old saying "Beauty is only ...,J pie at last have awakened a..>. 'ly

skin-deep and ugliness goes to the ,.q: ,';?. <..:...:rk'L ,'3 realize this; they have taken .eir
and Mrs. Van Cothern anr1 bone" Is as untrue as it is trite. Real- ':;: :k' z .\ government back into their h:.' -".--

: baby son, of 'Moore Haven have ly, beauty. radiates from the bone justas .r\3S: >s:. : .Y may it remain there forever *e!

taken an apartment in the Hooker does ugliness. The grace and sym- I urge that you maintain tJ,, .'. ---

building and will make this their metry of the human body depends .z.++ : .2 ': ; z 'C terest and _that each citizen of :".it.
home. well-formed bony structure I familiarize himself ir, ''?
I more upon ;x : ""\ .J : :,ry l. yi ; State or :(
!' than on anything else. One has only to with the affairs of the Nation. ', ",
y'K "3 ,
Mrs. F. R. Maxwell and children observe the lines of the chin, nose, > county and city, so that W!' -. "v.
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Van and Mary Bush, returned Mon- cheek brow and beautifully turned never revert to that dan gerc u_ -

day from a short visit with Mrs. ankles and wrists to know that the J dition or state of indiffemu to-

Maxwell's brother, in JacksonvilleGa. foundation of their beauty is perfectly government from which we arc':Lpr.;

formed bones. And everyone appreciates emerging. .
r the beauty that firm, shapely Let every citizen be cognizant of

teeth adds to the face. '\' the performance and enjoyment of
S. S. S. CLUB MEETINGThe
,The reason why some individuals each.If.
r-- have shapely teeth and bones ,and the,
S. S. S. Club held their meeting possessions that go with them and i \ 2 I can arouse and maintain your
interest in the affairs of your government -
Tuesday' night after enjoying cannot be attributed
a others do not,
so that you will actively and
\ delightful progressive dinner. to accident or special blessing, but to energetically consider and partic'rate .

Miss Jewel_ Lowe was hostess of the food that the body consumes. therein, I shall feel that my term of

,the cocktail Miss Eunice Meredith Shapely Teeth and Bones. office has had a most encouraging

hostess of salad, Misses. Betty Spi- The food that we eat must supplythe and worthwhile inauguration.
substances that the body requiresfor Assuming the office of Governoras
cer, Marcia Avant and Louise Wal-
natural development. And this I do, without previous commitment -
dron hostess of .the main course, supply must be adequate from the or obligation of any political --c'-L
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Miss Vesta Allen hostess of dessert. very beginning of life. Bones and nature, things will of recefsit;- be

New membeq were voted on. Other teeth are not only designed but are done in the salting of our house

'1 business was discussed and the developed to a considerable extent 'a order that will arouse: the angerof
before birth. If mothers eat foods 1 belfish interests of professional
:
: meeting then
' adjourned. that are rich in the substances of which politicians and political racketeers:
Those attending were Misses Jew- teeth and bones are made Nature will legaidless of their chicanery, their

ed .Lowe, Louise Waldron, Vesta do Its best in building. If the proper and their attacks, I shall
J Allen, .,Betty Spicer, Eunice Meredith foods are not supplied, the child Is i "Shapely Teeth and Bones No Accident." I at conniving Governor hew to tho line, lettingthe

I .{' Frances Tippey and Evelyn: alitost sure to suffer some handicap. goal. Deficiencies in these minerals leaven for the making of high quaUt?: chips fall where they may, with-

Hare. The chief materials needed for may be met by consuming foods 'that baked products. The quantity o: out regard for anything but the gen-

building of bone and teeth are calcium are rich In these substances. Milk monocalcium phosphate present is luf eral good.
and A lac- of ficienc to make considerable contri!
phosphorus. pregnant or and vegetables are usually thought a
im-
occasion to
This is a fitting
tating mother needs three times as as the only sources for calcium, and button of phosphorus and calcium t(
Hints for Homemakers the minds of our peo-
I much of these substances as she wouldIf milk, fish, meat and eggs and vege- the diet. press upon heritage c'f citi-
the priceless
By Jane Rogers she were not a mother. The child tables for phosphorus. But a very For example, two cups of this flout ple
count Many
in our great -y.
from infancy on through adolescence rich source of both these elements may made into biscuits, mufilns or any rensiiip
needs twice as much as an adult. be found in a desirable form in self- other baked product furnish about six Millions of people of other countries

s.ir Phosphorous and calcium, the mineralsso rising flour. sevenths of the daily adult( require- consider as greatest luxuries he
J important In tooth and bone struc- ment of calcium and about two-thlrua very things that we consider ne :es-

ture, are the ones liable to be lacking Made From Softest Wheat. of the daily adult requirement ol ,ities, such as the automobile, radio,

in many American dietaries, which In- This is fine flour milled from the phosphorus. Therefore, a servingonce telephone, good roads and other
clude large amounts of sugar and softest of wheat which is so desirablefor or twice a day of a food madeof things. There are radical commun-

starchy foods. It Is necessary, therefore making pastries, cake and quick self-rising flour will go a long way ists in our very midst who would

that mothers watch to see that breads of all kinds. To this flour is to making up calcium and phosphorous literally destroy our great country.
their diets provide the necessary calcium added salt and baking;: soda and mono- deficiencies in not only the diet of They would deprive us of the three
and phosphorous foods if the calcium phosphate in a proportionthat mothers but also that of the whole fundamental American rights that

building of good teeth and bones is the produces the correct amount of family. we have; that of worshipping Godas .
we see fit, that of maintaining our -
homes and raising our children in (,

.UGURAL ADDRESS OF I tion. Certain it is that for Florida haps the greatest variety of resources our own way, and the right to have

GOVERNOR DAVE SIIOLTZ the curfew has not yet tolled the of any State in the Union. Our orderly government. It is high time

I knell of parting day.: You are a population and our wealth have in- that the citizenship of the United
have crea'ed many fold in the last gen- to think in terms of
(Continued from page one) patient people because you States begin
'' CUSHIONED flooring made of and always have been a patriotic peo- borne disappointments and hardshipthat eration, and there need be no fear the United States, to trade at home

r i'i::' _, shock absorber that with an minimizes In-built ple, always: willing to forget and always attend a national 'and but that such increase will continuein to buy American produced products,

'iJ-f! fatigue is now available for the forego petty differences when the world-wide depression with fortitudeand the succeeding generation. How- and to realize that we owe an obligation -

home. It comes in blocks of various welfare, the honor the safety of the with hope. evei magnificient our climate our of brotherhood and friend-
: sizes and in both dark and good name of the State or the Nationis The people of Florida as a whole soil, and our natural advantages in ship each to the other. It is time

light shades, permitting a variety imperiled or involved. You area have the right to feel every degreeof Florida may be" unless we have a that we begin to think Florida and
:.:. of decorative designs. It can be progressive people and no one confidence and of optmism that wise, sane, conservative and econ- buy Florida, think United States and
laid over old floors, sub-flooring or administration of affairs,
can compare what we have in Flor- an industrious people in a state of omical buy United States.
-. concrete ida .today with what we had a decade great opportunities many of"which there will be no influx of capital There has been a gradual inculoa-

1 ',-. Canned fruit should always be ago and but realize that the are partially developed and manyof here until men of financial means: ion. of radical communistic ideas
: opened an hour or two before it la progress' that has been made in educational which are largely undeveloped, are assured of such administration.It particularly in these times. It has
t' used and poured into a dish. It spiritual and material de- should feel. We have the blessingsof is true that in time of plentyall spread so that many instructors in
".: becomes richer after it has been peoples are prone to anticipatethat schools *(I
cli- and public
velopment is second to none amongour sunshine and a matchless American colleges
i I I allowed to absorb-oxygen. sister States of this great na- mate and of fertile soil, and par- plenty will always prevail, and (Continued on page four).



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INAUGURAL ADDRESS OF State government. If extravaganceor and additional taxes are imposed, COMMUNION SERVICEA T. Bailey announced. The services
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GOVERNOR DAVE SHOLTZ waste can be found, in times par- they can only be met at the expense will begin at 11 a. m.
.--- ticularly such as these, they must be of further reduction in wagesof special invitation is extendedto
CONTINUED FROM PACE 3 rooted out. the employed, or in the further all residents of Clewiston to attend :Mrs. Norman A. Neilson returned
have become and are becoming Imbued The business of Florida is the big- curtailment of activities now goingon the Comumnion service at the Saturday from her home in Savan-
with such idea sand are secretly gest business in Florida. It will require thereby increasing the numberof I First Community Church here Sun- nah, Ga., where she had spent the

imparting them to students and constant, uninterrupted, and our unemployed. Florida needs to day morning, January 8th, Dr. W.I i Christmas holidays.
citizens. The situation In Floridais undivided attention on the part of encourage instead of discourage her ,
no exception. There is great dan- I your chief executive. Aided by the citizens who now constitute _her -
ger to American liberty and institu- drafted loyalty, unselfishness and economic and industrial life. For
tions just so long as there is a care- patriotism of Florida's best citizens, these reasons, I have heretofore said &: AC1eistoll
less disregard and lack of appreciation virtually every requirement of sound : and I now again say that the wel-
for the priceless privileges and governmental: practices should be fare of Florida will be best serv-
inheritance that we enjoy. No stu- sure of accomplishment.It ed by discouraging all efforts for Ct
dent should be graduated from our is my expectation during the new and additional sources of rev- -
public schools or universities unless next three months to devote myselfto enue and by conducting as econ-
able to pass satisfactory examinations :- a continuation of a study of omical a government as Is consist- Golf Course
covering fundamental princi- Florida's problems. I expect, first ent with the ideals herein expressed.
ples of Federal and state constitu- to ascertain just what the State's Such a program cannot help but restore -

tions. Be Americans, be Floridians, condition is financially. I look up- confidence and that, before I

proud of our country and proud of on Florida as a great corporation, long.I ..
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our state, militantly aggressive in the people ,In it as its stockholdersand shall be conscious of the fact )
the cause of good, decent, clean gov myself as its chief executive. that within constitutional and legallimitations .t!' "' Open
ernment. You, the people of Florida, are en- I I I a m your leader and ::
j,, to thePublic
This occassion is neither the time titled to know just how the State your moth piece, and I shall at all '( '1. -
nor the place for 'your governor to stands financially. Just as soon as times and on all occasions feel and : ?:
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discuss in detail new laws or changesin I ascertain what the financial con- know that the greatest leader and < .. #
existing laws which he feels dition is, I expect fo give that information the best leader must. at all times
would be of common benefit to the through the press to the humbly and honorably serve you. I

people of Florida. Your public ser people, so that they may kndw what sincerely pray that the.,efforts whichI
vants chosen by you as your legislators the situation is, thereby enabling shall make as your governor will Moderate
will assemble in April, and them to manifest to their represen- meet with :your approbation and ap- Green Fees .

to them I shall make such specific I tatives in the legislature as well as proval. To this end I pledge you my
recommendations as I believe to be the chief executive what is desired.I every effort and my every devotion.
Exceptional FairwaysInteresting
beneficial for our orderly develop expect the detailed audits of I I cannot do more. I would be unfaithful -
ment and for our common welfare.I the different departments to show and untrue if I consciouslyother
ask for cooperation by the leg- that funds appropriated for some did less. Greens

islature and administrative depart- I departments have been diverted under "This is not a day of triumph, I a _r
ment m enforcing strict economy in the law' to the use of other departments it is a day of dedication. Here mus-

every governmental function. I here and that the probabilitiesare ter not the forces of party, but the -
and no\v put ''all on notice that efficiency I that the funds so diverted can- forces of humanity. Men's hearts ;:

and economy shall be the not be replaced for some time to wait upon us; men's lives. hang in The Most Popular Recreation
unvarying rule of my administration. come. I 'expect the detailed audit the balance; men's hopes call uponus
further to show that the State of to say what we will do. Who Center in ClewistonNOTICE

It is however not amiss for me Florida is having great difficulty in shall live up to the great trust?
to say on this occassion that you meeting the actual costs of govern- Who dares fail to try? I summon all

have bestowed ,upon me this honor ment, not only on account of short- honest men, all patriotic all for- --
and have chosen me your public age of funds, but also on accountof ward-looking men, to my side. God T
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servant only after a campaign in the high cost of operating the helping me I will not fail them,
which I promised you an economical state government. if they will but counsel and sustain

administration, and urged that your, Some reduction in:: the expense of me!"
expenses of government should b3 our governmental machinery can

reduced as much as would be con- come through executive order. Many
sistent with the orderly developmentof reductions must come through legis- Infallible MethodAn (

the State and the retention of our lative sanction. We all know that amateur farmer answered an

constitutional form of government.My today most businesses are requiredto advertisement headed "A Sure Way
friends, such promises made by make a manly struggle to merely to Make Hens Lay." This Is what

me were not for: the purpose of survive. Profits, if any, are small. he got for his money: "Tie a stout

charming the imagination to the Many of our people are today continuing string around the hen's body, place WE HAVE GOOD LAND FOR RENT
the bird on her side board and
end that political preferment shouldbe their struggle with unprofit-; on a
bestowed upon me. I meant 'I able ventures solely by reason of the fasten the string underneath. If It Is
FOR FALL AND WINTER CROPS
what I said then, and I mean it to- hope that the future holds for a. thought desirable, a pillow may be ..
brighter: promise. placed under the hen'*, bend."-Boston '> .

day.The determining, factor in dealing The Federal government in its Transcript.

with most of our tate affairs can I effort to perpetuate itself, as sov-

be clearly outlined by asking our-. erenignty must at all times do so, MUSIC LESSONS Trespassers Will 'Be Prosecuted. j
selves three questions: is laying a heavy hand in the form
1. Can the State afford it? of additional taxes upon industry.Men .
2. Does the State have money to who have today adjusted their : :Sirs.: B. A. Bourne announces that

pay for it? business 'to meet the present demands she will accept a few more pupilsin .
3. Can the State get along with- are necessarily anxious to I violin and piano.
out it? know whether the State of Floridais I Women interested in vocal class The Clewiston Co.

The same questions can apply to going to make additional and increased 'i and Glee Club work please phone or
our City and County governments. demands upon them. I drop a card to Mrs. Bourne before
Naturally: I intend to do all thatis When human activity as a wholeis January 10. Fee for this class will

humanly possible and in my powerto showing so small a. margin of be $1.00 per month.

see to it that Intelligent economyIs profit, or loss, as the case may be, Private lessons in violin and piano
effected In every branch of the it is clear to be seen that if new I I I $1.00 each. .. )
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I Breads That -Are- -Worth Eating ----- I II During every panic or ,depression


; REAL this country has had, real estate
values have dropped appreciably, but
t The reason why some people never ESTATE in every instance when the returnto

ibecome enthusiastic about hot breads normalcy, realty values have led
is that they have never had any worth i"lfI -- all other values out of the de pres-

eating. The biscuits that they have .". and its sion. History will repeat itself. Now
,
I .
,:; ::--f.<%: .. .<::<< '.> (ik : _
known have been cold, tough, flat and J' W. :: is the time to plant your dollar in
,either gray from a lack of leaven or increasingvalue real estnte.-the earth. You will find

(!I yellow=specked because of too much, four established causes pushing your \.
soda or baking powder. li i$ #;1:; dollar (real estate value) high in

j But a biscuit that has that just "T aJT q, nvo.t: the air. .-

right brown, tender crust, white flaky, tft ., ,,- (1)) The increase in population.
O'l .:' <
j" : ::\': ; I-ti" ': \ : .i 1jfft : t'kfJ
even-textured crumb is welcome at $ : ;,, tf There earth
are more people on
c '
: :+ >i;
'any meal In the day. And so is a : : lr'A'( ':.;. ?: ': :{f it :: tt !: ':'::' :.:{} 1.: ;J.J: + ., each year, but there is no' more land
golden brown 2). ''. ,... .:. t ..i ,.< ..--$0i.: "': i\4 7) '
fragile-crusted (
muffin : .
; .:J for this increasing number, consequently
: ":" : ttili{ '\ ) : : p'4.'I':: : ( :::; .: ., '
;with delicate fine, sponge-like crumb. i.9:1rft; >.' W.. ,,'.>u : { ,'." ; : .. : "?I' : <:<" / ; '
What a treat these foods are when : : : '. values.
:
(they are well made!. (/:' .., : The in
h" : <""' io: .d' H '(" : i"'f. : .., (2) improvement living
i
A 'i :. :j;" ; . !.<{; <: : ', ; .. : .,. -
"y
I : : :" ::.q.7.y :!" ; :
r. ..
Why some :. : : .
women always make deJIdous '. < ': #\ .h,.. t% > '.. ./: : : ;: conditions each year. Things that
biscuit and muffins, why others, ( ;; "v",' f ;," "' o/4"'; OII: .. lfx. .Vfj' {>k/: ,;.: : ,were formerly luxuries become ab-
c4"f '<: \' \ i: :- :',. g .
make good ones only occasionally and 1:;" ," rr1./ .f A : < ::." solute :necessities. The land must
((the rest of the time have miserable :; ; .i zi J. R;: <;; : ltd ; ; supply all of these, so the demands

failures, and why ,still others fall all .tS(0f4t }.,.. ,. &t% ":. and values are increasing.
the time, Is a question that needs an- f: "' : ;;t/ i t.f s : (3) Extending cities. The rapid

swering first. .f $Jl}? fr 4." :::!0" 1 j;; 1.t growth of our cities require more
.. .
; Making Delicious Muffins. .'!: -,.Y.'Y A. """" t%...,.. ,> :> >;... ... "..
1 j r 1f J.} $ t :":<: /4t:: /.". .: and more land to accomodate the increasing -
The cook -who always succeeds uses :v."fi";,, l"''' ,"mfj.ifj <' 'J r:,<; .:: .< .. :" ,."V, 'A ..,. ;. population This means
m '& ,
without fail good Ingredients, and she "tJ -r' higher values on all land, in and
uses these Ingredients in their right -:2P-: 'Jr
: adjacent to our city.
proportions. In other wrds, she follows ..
I ] (4) Expanding transportation an-
a recipe that produces results : nihilates distance and values Increase -
,with the
Ingredients she has.
And
Y : '
Yl. 3l' '
.' fine .i k { jA.< with a wider radius of our .
last, but not 'the least important cone \ ., %'' .6':0. M'. ',Q S s, qF.rv'W? .". / W cities This assures a continued increase
-
"
'v' r '
dition of her success, is that she knows ''F Wt' 1
in ,real estate values
batters all the and tricks dou of hs.mixing. and baking i I "Why Some Women Always Make Delicious Biscuits and Muffins .:: I We have four first-class modern

homes in Clewiston that we are of-
Often the housewife has only one necessary in making the best of bis reason is that it has added to it fering reasonable terms. No finance -
kind of flour in the house. It be cuits.
may just the right amount of leaven which charges and a small down
bread flour or it may be family or pas- Baking powder may also be a sourceof consists of monocalcium phosphateand payment, plus a small payment each
try flour If she has bread flour, she trouble. It may; be old baking pow- baking soda in just the right pro month will buy you a home at __
may be following a recipe that was de- der that perhaps has not been well portions to give the most satisfactory prevailing, prices.
.veloped; for pastry flour, and so wh'enshe cared for. Then sometimes It packsIn leavening effect The leaven is thor

tries such a recipe, the, results are the can and it Is measured too gen- oughly blended with the flour, so that .
discouraging. So it Is very importantthat erously, and at other times It may be sifting is only necessary to fluff up the
one have a recipe for the ingredIents measured too skimpily. The housewife flour so that it can be measured in Clewiston Home Building
at hand.
::
may not blend the baking powder the normal way. Because there is a
Good quick breads are: more easily : with the flour
sufficiently.
thorough blending of the flour and the Association
made from soft wheat or pastry flour I Makes Quality Quick Bread. baking powder, there Is no danger of
than
from bread flour. This flour, Self-rising flour 'is particularly yellow, specks in the biscuit or big tunnels _
which.is made from winter wheat, has adapted to the making of
high qual- in nmftius that are sometimes clue
jttle# gluten In it. It produces a ity quick breads. This Is because sifting
I it to inadequate together of flour _
dough that can be manipulated as Isl; Is milled c' -
--- -. from..soft wheat. And an- and. leaven ... ... 'D
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