The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: January 13, 1933
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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.h: BEING MADE FROM"FLOODED" Instruction The State Monday Department announced of Public the DEATH WHEN I the Johnny Cleveland Burnett Indians outfielder, who this for I DIVIDE SUNDAY'S

apportionment of $229,303.47 instate year established a major league record -

I aid funds among the 67 county WRECKS for hits in one game, and Sam
school systems.The Clarke, of Sam's sausage fame, spenta ,
funds are made up from $128- I few days of this week enjoyinga
r- 583.41 from the sale of motor ve- duck hunt in the waters of the
hicle license from lake near Clewiston.
tags, $93,465.07
the one mill advalorem tax and $7- '. Burnett, a former University of
263.99 from interest on deposits. Florida halfback and 'Gator out-

fielder, stepped into the sporting
Sixty days after the heavy rain "Reds" and "Blues" equally
Larrimore limelight last season when he
fell on the bean fields of the Canal Stock Joseph Henry divided 14 points in the Merchants
Company Plays smaked 9 hits
killed Saturday about against the Phil
:: Inter lub match here to
: Point and Pahokee districts, they Sunday
he lost control'of the car delphia Athletics, to establish a ma-
began shipping a large quantity of leave the Reds still in the lead with
Clewiston Next Week driving and ran into the jor league record.PARKINSON.
beans and peas last week which were 31 points and the Blues a total of
the Pahokee-Belle Glade I
grown on the lands after the waters r--- 19.
mile south of Pahokee
had receeded. This acreage will increase Billroy's Comedians, road stock The two ball foursomes played
the state total df beans and company, will open here Monday fora Florida Power and Light HEADSCLEWISTON Sunday in the annual golf match
building.The .
: peas to be shipped this winter sea- three day engagement under the accident proved of unusual interest to all
son. auspices of the Clewiston post of was seen participants, although the number
ed by a negro man. who : BANKReelection
of players was greatly reduced from,
th American Legion.
This the of 100
year yield hampers Larrimore 'appeared to
The cast of characters of the com- the various week's play on accountof
is which in
per acre while driving.The ,
pany are principally the same as body illness 'of some of the players.
the previous season the average C V.
ered about an hour later,
when it played here last January, Parkinson as The third round of the Merchants
yield was 106 hampers.
with a ,few changes and an entire wreckage was taken from i president, John S. Cottrell as vice- I tournament will be played Sunday
., The market price being received Henry Larrimore lived I president, and E. L. Stewart Thatis
change of performance, Forrest I as afternoon as freak threesomes.
:by the farmers this year will govern Brown, advance agent said yester- Haven, for a couple of I cashier, featured the annual meet- I three Reds and, three Blues will
;,r' the quantity of beans shipped.t5 10 years ago, the family I I ing of stockholders of the First be grouped together playing two
. Last year, prices as a whole were day.The Pahokee from here. He
i Bank of Clewiston here last
) show' is at present playingat : Thurs-I balls. Each player will use only
.i! > lower than the 2503.00 market of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. .
.. Frostproof, and has enjoyed a son day night. The entire board of directors one club, either a wood, a, niblic or
prevailing now. In some instancesnow very successful season in Florida, and while a youth assisted C. V. Parkinson, J. S.- Cottrell a putter, 'and will alternate strokes
the price is ranging slightly in the; general store which C. L. Downs E. L. Stewart !
during the past'weeks of playing.The until the 18 holes have been com
) more for' excellent quality. A total large tent of Billroy's Come- ter managed here. After and R. E. Kurtz were re-elected for I pleted. This freak threesome, Lloyd
of 2,587 cars were shipped from the Pahokee, he attended the
: dians will be located in the lot southof another year.Elsewhere. Sparrow, Pro, says is one of the
state last year from the 14,000 High School and
,' the City Hall on Central Avenue. in, this issue is pub-I most interesting forms of golfing
acres of beans planted. For a time he was
lished a statement of the conditionof competition. The scores are not expected -
Florida is expected to harvest 6- the American Railway the First Bank of Clewiston which I to be very low for this round

S '400 ,acres of cabbage this season as NO MORATORIUMON in Canal Point. At the will compare favorably with the but the keen interest made by the
; compared with 5.500 harvested last death he was assisting statement of any other bank in this freak shots the players will be call.;;

year. The increase yield this year with farming operations. section.. ed upon to make will be high.

,'., 6 tons per acre, will also add to TAGSSHOLTZTallahassee member of the Methodist After a detailed study of the bank- Individual scores made Sunday are

the quality of cabbage ,to be ship- Funeral services were ing business during 1932 the directors J. W. Barrett and H. Land. one

ped from the state. Last year the at the Pahokee Methodist stated that they were completely each; F. D. Duff and M. F. George,
average tonnage was about four. Monday afternoon at 1:30 ; Bowden and C. E. Miner
Fla., Jan. 12-Gov. satisfied with the operation of the two each; ;
It is expected that cabbage prices J. A. Tolle, pastor in Victor Blate and W.
three each
Dave Sholtz today advised Florida bank. It is said that the bank ; ,
will take a decided drop since Texas motorists to buy their 1933 license was made' in the Pahokee! made a reasonable profit during the M. Redelsheimer, none; A. N. Gallant
with an ernormous,crop is expectedto at Port Myacca. and E. B. Butler two each E.
tags, saying there will be no mora- year of 1932. which showing, is indicative ;
begin making cabbage shipments torium on purchase of the tags and Mr. Larrimore is of the general business con- W. Digges ,and Father Finnegan
late in 'January and in early 'Feb- there will be no special session of parents and two brothers, ditions of the territory served by none; L. C. Sturgess and W. C.

ruary. The marketing bureau estimate the legislature to reduce the priceof and ,Arthur Larrimore, of. this bank. The First Bank of Clew- Prewitt, one each_ ; E. Shelley and::
f for Texas cabbage is placedat 1933 licenses. and a half brother, D. A. iston is the only bank between Pa- A. L. Hackett, two, each; Herbert 11
166,800 tons as compared with of Jordanville, S. C. and Hoomes J.
Blate Rich
"As much as I would like to calla hokee and LaBelle. There being no ;
114.500 tons last year. bank in Glades W. Moran and ,H. A. 'Bestor, three
special session of the legislature," county, a large part :
he said, "I find that there is not of the' banking business of this area each.Mr. ---
AVON PARK and Mrs. F. D. Duff with
handled by the Clewiston Bank. ,
.' money enough here for that purpose :
ROAD BOARD QUITS and it is absolutely impossible to The First Bank of Clewiston was 78's, tied for the blind bogey prize

call such a session. IS APPOINTED organized in 1922 and transactedits Sunday

"Rest assured that I am going to first 'business in a small room in

:;. UPON REQUEST OF recommend to the legislature the 4)I "the hotel on the ridge." In 1923 FIVE CANE CARS

question of reduction of automobile BANK Elbert L., Stewart, came down from
license tags to a $5 and $10 basis." Georgia to serve as cashier of the
: The governor said he had receiveda '-. small institution and has since remained LEAVE RAILS AND

< flood of '''requests for a moratorium FEES ELIMINATED BY I, in active charge of the bank. :

on purchases of the tags and fora PLAN; ANNUAL In 1924 Mr. Parkinson was elected
All members of the state road de- special session of the legislatureto WILL BE HUGE president of the institution, with DELAY MAIL r TRAIN
partment have resigned at the request reduce the price. Mr. Cottrell as vice-president. These

of Governor Dave Sholtz, and "Licenses were placed on sale in TALLAHASSEE, Jan 12, men have held these offices since -

four new appointees have been an- December, he added.' "Thousandsof with his promise to take the that time. The beautiful buildingnow Five cars of sugar cane being

nounced by the governor. C. ,B. them already have been sold and department out of politics. housing the First Bank/ of Clew- brought from the fields of the H. S.

! Treadway, of Tavares was chosen endless chaos would result from a comptroller, today iston was completed 1927 and the i Sugar corporation to the Clewistonmill

5'S- 5 chairman at a meeting of the four moratorium or any attempt to refund pointment of Melville A. furniture and fixtures of the bank were derailed near Bare Beach

;S appointees held ,this week. Other at this time." Avon Park, a lumber were moved to the Francisco street yesterday afternoon causing trafficon

members of the new board are Roy After February, 1 a 25 per cent nent throughout the location. the Lake Harbor-Clewiston sec

: V. Ott, Ocala' ; J. R. Asbell, Panama penalty will be added to the priceof general liquidator for the tion of the A. C. L. railroad to be

City and W. P. Mooty, of Miami. tags for all vehicles which were Florida to have supervision blocked for eleven hours, until the

Addison Logan's successor has operated prior to that date. After the defunct banks just as Experiment Station cars could be placed back on the

:not been announced as yet by governor = March 1 motorists are subject to analyst has supervision tracks. The cars were not over

;: Sholtz, who stated that all new arrest if they operate a vehicle with- open banks. Mr .Smith, Not Convinced That turned and no damage other than

members had been drafted for the out a current year's tag. ident of, the Big Indian the inconvenience of the track being

job and that none of them had pany, operating in Florida Fires Help Pastures blocked, resulted. ,.
'- sought appointment. Treadway is gia, will draw a salary of $ The cars left the rails about four
rte.' chosen from the state-at-large and Real Farm Progress year, in the post and will .--- o'clock yesterday afternoon and it '

the others represent congressional staff of assistants similar Realizing that 'plenty of pastureand required until 3 a. m. today to

districts. Mr. Logan's district, which Often Made During set-up for bank examiners home grown feed must go hand open the route to traffic.
','. includes Hendry county, is the first similar salaries.. in hand with livestock developmentin The Lake Harbor-Clewiston sec

-. '. congressional district. Much local Time of DepressionTo In the various the state ,the Agronomy and Ani- tion had recently been given a sand

:, interest and speculation centers' on his 'supervision local mal Husbandry ,departments of the ballast, and it is believed that the

the appointment of Mr. Logan's successor handled by a liquidating Florida ExperimentStation made swaynig of the train caused the five

',' talk about farm progress in will be ont a straight salary considerable expansion in pasture research cars to be thrown off the tracks.
The new members represent var- times like this,sounds like a joke to will 'be required to devote during 1932, a bulletin of the Three cars of vegetables on the

.. ied business pursuits. Treadway is most people but I heard a fellow time to the job. In 'station says.Pasture Coast Line tracks at Lake Harbor
," in the real estate, insurance and explain over the radio the other day smaller institutions the experiments are now being were routed over the Florida East
citrus business. Ott is an Ocala that often the greatest progress is may be a part time man. made at the main station at Gainesville Coast to prevent any delay in the

,: automobile dealer; Asbell is a gen- made when times are hard and mon- words," the new at the North Florida stationat vegetable shipments from tfrc lake

, ,,": eral contractor and Mooty a commercial I ey ,seems only a memory.I "there will be no more Quincy, and the Everglades station territory. A special A. C. L. train
: printer. Mr. Ott was formerly -! agree with him for I have always magnates drawing 15000. at Belle Glade, and at several was sent from Haines City to Moore

e : S .. -: -. ,', a member of the state forestry thought that, real farm pro- 000. per year each, out of other points in the state in coopera- Haven to'pick up all perishable ship-
,", _., ,. ', :: board and his successor on that : gress was getting down to the real of the depositors in Florida's tion with private concerns.So ments on this branch as well as all
-: board has not been chosen. I fundamentals of soil building and (Continued on page ) far these experiments have perishables on the Immokalee branch

..' Treadway, whose chairmanship conservation and the economical and shown that carpet, Bermuda, Buhia, which joins the Haines City branchat

'. of the highway commission pays efficient production of farm pro- I and centipede grasses will do well Palmdale. -
:, $5,400 annually, said the new com- ducts. Those are the cornerstonesof Canal Point Will practically'any where in the state. Mail scheduled to leave Clewistonat

<, ::. .....' missioners were "just getting acquainted any permanent agriculture. As Carpet* however, does not do so well seven,1 o'clock last night was delayed -
,; : with their work" during long as farm products are selling for Try .Sugar on' dry lands. Dallis grass is suitedto until the regular train left

.-'y. ;., ",. .:';."'.!' the conferences, which also were at- high prices we can use extravagant .; growing on the muck lands and here at three this mroning.
: \, : tended by former chairman Wells; methods and live wastefuly and get moist, heavy soils of the state. Les-
; B. A. Meginnlss, attorney for the by with it. But when times get hard Washington, Dec. 10- pedeza seems to be adapted only"to RESIGNATION IS MADE BY

." road-department; Harry Duncan. and we've got to cut the corners and ment of agriculture field the better flatwood lauds in the SHELL FISH COMMISSIONERE.
'.., .: Roy Hamlin, Tavares attorneys. He then we are making rea Iprogress Canal Point, Florida, will North and Northwest part of the .---

I '. said the board at a conference tomorrow in producing at a low cost which a $348,000 appropriation state. C. Strickland, state shell fish

: 'r r.=: may decide when it will will .mean money to us when pricesdo gress to finance research The records show that these commislsoner, yesterday handed his

.', ,,R' '.. ,hold its regular January meeting to get better. perimentation during the grasses can well be planted at any resignation to Governor Sholtz, effec-
r s :., ', draft a tentative budget' construction When prices are good and we can year in connection with time, except that lespedeza should be tive at the governor's pleasure. Hi -/'
,.-; : ,'-: and maintenance activities forf' afford to spend a lot for fertilizer, Eight other experimental planted between February and May.In resignation had been requested by ...r-

the year. we are prone to forget about our located in' Georgia, most cases the beter the Inad pre- ,Sholtz. The shell fish commissionerwas
': State Motor Vehicle,Commissioner soil. By taking from it year after Puerto Rico, Utah, paration the better has been the appointed by Carlton for a term

'': W. S. McLin: State Shell Fish Commissioner year without adding much back to it Colorado, will use part of stand and growth of the grass. In which was to expire in July.

9 E. C.,Strickland'and State we are mining it instead of build- according to transcript most cases tho 'best response has The new governor has already ;received -
-,1; Auditor, M. S. Murrow have also ing it. When we are forced to lower ings before the house been obtained where a complete fer- the resignations of W. S. Mur-

:4 I ,.. tendered their resignations, but no production costs to make any moneywe committee, just made tilizer mixture has been used. t low, state auditor. and W. S. McLin,
comment or appointments have been then turn to improving the soil Superior yielding ,Small plots mowed frequently have motor vehicle commissioner. These

4 announced from the governor's office by such cheap 'methods as the grow- gar beets are being constantly. given higher yields than offices have not been filled by the

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thority, and not as the scribes. fr-.7 .

must be invoked to pare costs, not Z i'll The Scribes were the professional .. fJ..T:. i
The Clewiston GJ\&ws hysterical slashing here and'there. of law '. .
BY teachers and interpreters :<.; :: -.

One of the campaign pledges that TOO LATE TO among the Jews-and the sacred :.};,.: ,

Published every Friday In Clewiston, made the greatest appeal was the CLASS! FY RUSSELL KAYAnd i law was the civil also. Prophecy had : .

Florida by the CLEWISTON NEWS, promise by the new governor that iI ceased for more than four centuries ..t'?' '':
he would favor automobile tags cost- I
Inc. so that the scribes relied entirely ."/ :
ing not more than $5 for the little the innumerable pet- }; ':
Entered as second class matter motor cars: and $10 for the big ,ones. while the rest of you folks you've got the sure-enough MESS.and on additions to the Mosiac law that $ .-.. X

February 1. 1927, at the Post Officeat Burton II. Rawls, High Springs leg- are all hopped up and excited about It's in YOUR Court House ty In contrast to this, ..
the NEW I'd like to breakin YOUR City Hall where most of your had grown up. .
Olewiston, Florida, under the Act islator, asked him ta call a special governor, the teaching of Christ, '
of March 3, 1897.A session at once to make such a law on the party just long enough to money is being burned up, figure there was to human authority, : ,f{;.:
effective. Governor Sholtz fire a salute and pass out an orchidto out a way to put a stopper over "no appeal -:
that of the conscience; .
newspaper devoted to the best refused. the Gentleman who now bears the I those little gravey barrels and you other than legal niceties ; ,;..

Interests of Hendry County, ,Florida. What the advocates of lesser tag distinguished title of EX-GOVERN. II will get some real results. For every no logical distinctions," -"'
Its leading newspaper. costs forget is that you cannot strip OR.:. dollar your state wastes. there'sfour nor clever sayings.

one big gear without consideringlesser Maybe you've had time to check :. or five being wasted right in "And there was in their synagoguea

Subscription rate: per yeaI'$2.0..) ones. You can not lift a large over Doyle's report of his steward- your own door yard. man with an unclean spirit: Saying '.
So I'd recommend the Court house Let us alone; what have we ':.;;
Outside of State of Florida ......?2.5J slice of state revenue out of the ship and maybe you haven't, any- .
budget without replacing it or at how, if I was passin' out a Pulitizer or""City Hall to any group of deter- to do with thee, thou Jesus of Naz- ,{ '

Advertising rates furnished on application. least partially healing the scar left Prize for the best 'political speechof mined Taxpayers who are lookin' areth? Art thou come to destroy .;

by the removal. the year I think I'd pin the medal around for a likely place to start us? Know thee who thou art, the ';.,.r.

The license tags last year producednearly on Mr. Doyle Elam Carlton. some fire works. I Holy One of God. And Jesus rebuked '

of fire works, old : Hold thy peace,
Business office, Clewiston News, $5,000,000 which was sent During the recent campaign we speakin' him saying, F
Colonel Lee took off his coat and of him. And the unR.
Olewiston, :Florida. Editorial and to the common sclioolp, enabling heard more on the subject of econ- and come out

Advertising: sam many to round out a full term that omy than we'd ever heard in our rolled up his sleeves and did some clean spirit came out of him. And '/"--

otherwise' would have had a urema- lives before, but the trouble was it first class bouncin' on his arrivalin they were all amazed, saying, What

Telephone 339 ture closing. If you reduce the motor was all promises, and while it listened Tallahassee; now if he keeps up thing is this? What new doctrine is

vehicle licenses, you take from the interesting and all that, it's still like he's started and a few other this? for with authority commandeth ,

schools nearly one fourth of their "Around the Corner" like prosperity. departments catch the idea and follow he even the unclean spirits, and '

support, which would work a stren- his example it'll go a long way they do obey him."
"Technocracy"'ought to be spelled Maybe we'll get it and then ,
techno-crazy/ uous change in public school financ- again maybe we won't. toward relievin' the unemployment The "unclean spirit" seems to ,'I' /

-000- ing. For the legislature to meet On the other hand what Mr. situation by allowin' only one job have had understanding, and power J ;--

and repeal this law setting a : to a family. that this
up of You will notice \-1'-
What are you going to do toward Carlton had to say on the subjectdidn't ; '
law its stead without And while Dave is tryin' to helpus :" -
5-and-10 in
making Clewiston a, better city in have any "maybeso" or "gonna -\ spirit said, "I know thee. who thou. ;-'Tart .
arranging supplementary aid for the all he can, he ain't forgettin' his "
1933? be" tied to' it. What he. talked the Holy One of God. -
schools, would not only be foolish boy friends either, for I see wherehe's .
o00It about WAS and IS. into
already "And forthwith they entered
but wasteful. started slippIn' out nice fat

won't be long before Florida And the new executive needs a ,1C you ask me the saving in governmental juicy tag agencies that enable a few the house of Simon and"2Vndrew. ,
sheriffs will be playing "tag." Be James and John. But Si fn's
expenses as recorded in PLENTYat with ;
little time to adjust his perspective individuals to knock down
sure. you are not "it." the different departments under the the of the tax wife's mother lay sick of a fever-"s,, ..=.
before he should make changes, expense payer.
-000- I Carlton administration is pretty and he took her hand, and lifted
individual should
why 4
with legislative approval, that will any
Florida grapefruit "flu" into pro- have serious effect upon the lives creditable, a nice little step in the be permitted to get a rake-off of her up; and immediately the fever

minence and is responsible fflr"' manya and safety of our people. Let the right direction, and I think it's only 50c per head on the motorists forpassin' left her, and she ministered unto \,.
lessened back-ache. fair to give the Gentleman credit. them. They Brought unto him all -,
present one have his breathing spell out tags is more than I can

-oOo- and then let him and the legislaturework Now if Dave will come along be- figure out, but since that's the way that were diseased, and he healed : ,

According to the Brunswick Pilot: hind him and do all for many that were sick of divers dis- '.'
do it's
out a well rounded program of some more moppin'up we it, I suppose right '
Beer will consist of four percent reduction and changes. Too manyof and hack away some more dead Dave to play the game right on.I eases, and cast out many devils."
alcohol and GO cent tax.
-"per 000Let' us want government without any branches maybe we'll get some wish Dave had asked for bidson .. :;.
cost at all. -= Miami Herald.. place. As it stands now we have some of those hunks of pork, PLOWS UP '128 STORM VICTIMS :-
see wasn't there something
just scratched the surface. would have taken .a chance on ,i
used to tax besides gasolineand :
they But if you are really sincere about handlin' 'one of 'em for a whole lot

automobiles? REPORT ON FLORIDA PUBLIC: this ECONOMY problem, you won'tdo less than the state allows and still A skull and skeleton,..the sole remains ':':,.Y

-000-- SCHOOLS so much worryin' and fretin' have enough money for a trip to of some unfortunate victim :\
Some of the alleged Current Poetry .----- '
about your state government, but Europe and a couple of new automo- of the 28 hurricane, wa sfound on -'..

published, by some of the magazines, Superintendent of Public Instruc- you'll take a hand at home where biles. Tuesday about noon in section 24, .>>. :..

are about. as much currant as poetry. tion W. Cawthon, has completedhis of township 43-about two miles .;

-oOo-' annual report for the school north of Chosen, by J. P. Mahan, '_ ':.

A Detroit medicine advertisement' year of 1931-32, setting forth facts ; the first day of the week, has be- while plowing and preparing the ,

reads: "Woman takes-Gets rid of and figures that are of more thanordinal'jr unbap tbOOIJressen come' recognized as the Sabbath day, land for farming. :,< .'

pain in the neck." (Husbands beware interest and importance.In and laws have usually been enacted The skull, in an excellent stateof .:. ..

your wife doesn't read that ad.. ) the first place, it is gratifyingto to require that day kept free from preservation, was brought to the '

-oOo- know that Florida's public schools labor and business. However, those office of the Pahokee News and "

Since many of. the state departments were kept open and in operation persons who keep Saturday as a religious Philosophy, and was'later carried to .", '

have been reorganized, we, expect throughout the school holiday are not required to
year, varyingin the office of Dr. Hazen for; the
that the mail man to the gover- length of term in tha! several dis- FOR JANUARY. 15, 1933 keep Sunday, also.A purpose of determining, if possible,

nor's mansion has an easier job. tricts, this in spite of depressed ----- few Jews keep both days, Sat- whether it was 'that of a white 'per

-oOo- economic conditions. The cost for Subject: ,Jesus at work. urday from their reverence of their son, or of negro.. .

,A ;school boy is credited with doing this amounted to a total of Golden Text: "My Father worketh religious duty, and Sunday out of

saying he is not as keen to become 22225000. This total indicates hitherto, and I work." John 5:17.: respect for the law of the land. It was Dr. Hazen's opinion that It

Florida's governor after seeing the Lesson Text: Mark 1:21-35. was the skull of a nergo of matureage '
that Florida is not stingy when it Jesus "entered into the synagogue
inauguration pictures with the silk Time: The first of Christ's and very likely one of the victims .<"
comes to providing educational facil- year because ,
and taught, that was the '
of the storm of 28, when more .4
toppers. ities for her children of school age, Ministry, A. D. 27. center of religious teachings, and than 2,700 persons perished around ..1:

-000-- hard times or no hard times. And Place: Capernaum, and other the assembled Jews at the synagogue .
the south and eastern'shores
of Lake
With the .Facist party beginning in this connection it deserves to be points in Galilee. would always furnish to Jesus or .
in Japan, there is liable to be dis- Okeechobee.
r noted that in so far as Florida pub- Our Lord's life is associated with his apostles an audience to whom I Nothing of a nature that' would \:':'
seition i i the ranks when is comes to
school buildings are concerned four towns more than others Beth- they could speak. ; :
; '
the prove the identity of the person was .
adopting black shirt regalia. Will -
the Japs givo up their kimonos000 ? they are, with comparatively few exceptions lehem, where he was born; Nazareth Every town which had as manyas found in the vicinity, which is near ,.,.- : .

thoroughly up to date' and where he spent his youth; Jerusalem ten male adults could form a I what is known as' "Hurricane Lake"Pahokee :. :'_

generally, attractive, the grounds where he died, and this town Caper- synagogue. The affairs of the syn- News.MUSIC :
A georgia publication advertisesfor ; ?: ,
them beautified
surrounding with
naum, which was the headquartersof administered :
agogue were by, a lay "..Ji
a printer who neither smokes,
flowering and other plants. his ministry, where he workedso committee called ,"rulers," who appointed '
drinks, swears, nor chews. We know
In his report, Superintendent Caw- many miracles. It was situatedon the public readers of scrip- .If:
just such but he has LESSONS
a nan.- never thon states that of the than i
more the northwestern shore of the ture and called
upon ,
been in: 'dd a printing office. I :' .,
twenty-two millions of dollars required Sea of Galilee. He probably lived person present to address the as- ;..',. '
for public school purposes in with Peter and Andrew who had j
sembly. Our Lord
In as a distinguished Mrs B. A. Bourne announces that
speaking of technocracy,'Dr. Al-
the past fiscal year the current ex- removed to Capernaum. Because of ".
religious leader 1
was called will
upon few
bert Einstein who once concocted a : accept a more pupils
penses took a total $13,616,892.59 the unbelief of the people of to
Cap- teach in the
synagogue services in violin and '
very pet theory about relativity, said, j
ineluding'more than ten and
a quar- ernaum, inj spite of his mira- wherever
many was, quite as a mat- Women interested in vocal class
"Technocracy? Wass dass? And we
ter million dollars for instruction; cles worked there the Redeemer ter of course. Paul, in all his trav- I and Glee Club work
might make the same clear remark please phone or
capital outlays) $551,135.95, and prophesied its destruction which els ,
began his
missionary teachingin
about Ms little theory. debt drop a card to Mrs. Bourne before
$8,057,033.92. Parenthetically was accomplished so thoroughlythat the local 1
synagogues.Our January 10. Fee for this class will
commenting on this last no one knows now just whereit
THE STATE TAX DOLLARThe lesson continues: "And they ; be $1.00 per month.
stated item it would that
appear situated.
was were astonished at his doctrine for
: Private lessons In violin and piano .
Florida is paying out i .
entirely too
From the first 20 verses of this : he taught them asone who had au 91.00 each.
final report of Comptroller much money for interest etc., on chapter of the lessons for January I I --

Amos made. in officeto money borrowed for public school
delivering the
1, and 8, were taken, and told of I
his successor, J. 1Lee: brings purposes, the total amount paid for Mark's subject-"The beginning of I "

: out that "the cost of state instruction being about $10,500.00
: government the Gospel of Jesus Christ," and the i 1"

can be reduced by doing away and, in the form of interest on bor- preaching of John the Baptist, as I .,,,',.,

with necessary things." rowed money, slightly over $8,000-
one crying in the wilderness, his .
The 000 taking it for granted that the '
I report again emphasises the ,
y preaching and baptizing in the wil-
proportion of the tax burden bourneby figures given in the press report are
derness the effect of
John the Daptist's -
the motor car. Gasoline taxes correct. This "debt service" item of
preaching, and Christ's com-
yield 44.65 per cent and motor $8,057,033.92 may account for the ing "from Nazareth to Galilee" and Clewiston 6011 Cuursei

licenses 15.73 per cent of the total comparatively low salaries that are his baptism by John; the decent of

revenue-so that the motor car contributes being paid to Florida's public schoolteachers the .
spirit like a dove upon Jesus, ) '
60.38 per cent of all the which salaries, accordingto \ :
the voice from
heaven saying.
money collected by the state. the official report, average, for "Thou art my beloved son' Then \<:

I Mr. Amos made white teachers, from $500 to $1500per r "' :
an interesting .,
followed Jesus' 40 days in the wil- '- } \
:l- statement of the /division of the teacher per school year, and derness and his temptations by Satan > Op en .

"state tax dollar." Of each dollar from $350 to $750 per negro teacher .
as told In our last lesson, and :: Iltothe :
collected in taxes by the state, 45 per school year. thQ second calling of the four apos- :
cents to highways 26 Other items of interest appearingin <-:
i goes cents to '
tles Simon, Peter and his brother .
education. 10 cents to general government the annual report pertaining to PublicJ
} Andrew, James and John, sons of ...
six to transfers allocations Florida public schools are sum'marized -
all four of, whom left their
J' etc., five to hospital and penal institutions as follows: In the 1931-32 year work and followed Jesus.

three to pensions, two to there were employed 888 white supervIsors -
Then today's lesson begins "And
agriculture, one to health, one to principals and classroom
r public buildings, one to expense of teachers and 2631 negroes doing they went into Capernaum; and Moderate Green Fees
straightway on the Sabbath day he _
the Legislature.That the same work among that race. The : _
entered into the and .
is the "state tax dollar," and pupils were divided, 266,201 whites synagogue,
taught. The Jewish Sabbath then Exceptional '
does not include expenditures of and 101,557 negroes. Fairways..
was and still is our Saturday the
\ countie-s and districts. The average length of white .
seventh day of the week.In \
How many of these apportionments school terms was 170 days, and in ;

' can be reduced? And how nch-. negro schools 162 days. Christain countries Sunday, Interesting Greens .. '

' -Tampa Tribune. Among the white teachers 42 per

cent were college graduates, 24 per cent less than high school educa- --- i: "

LET HIM ALONE cent normal school graduates, 30 tion. ti:''-

per cent high school graduates and These facts and figures, as con- .. '

.,the Reports that 7"ecial session of 4 per cent less than high school ed tained in the report pertaining to The Most Popular Recreation j,:. :

Legislature may be called to ucation. Florida public schools during the Center in

lower automobile license costs having Fifteen per cent of the negro '1931-32: school year, as stated in Clewiston .:F',?. '
s been )
laid: at
rest. '
by Governor
Sholtz, teachers had finished college. 23 per the beginning of this article, are .J- .
it is time to remind
people that cent were normal school graduates, or ought to be "of more than or-

the orderly process of government 40 per cent high school and 22 per dinary interest."-Times-Union.

F T .



" ", ., their cattle. j
How Fried Located
) "Another
;,; : Personal Mention interesting people are 1

the Fann cannibala. They live almost !

The Foundering Florida RELATES TRAVELSDr. in the center of the Congo region j

and least
r are touched by the
Dave G. Alston spent Wednesday : ;
"I' outside world because it is so difficult -

: in Tampa on business. Dr. Slocuni Noted Scientist Tells to reach them.
time on my clock. J. O. Klnneman's! memories
Thrilling Story of Use of Chronometer "I understand," was the reply. Ina "Well, you have asked me a question "
went back over of -
R. H Collins spent the week years arcaeological
and Sextant in Locat- short while came the time'signal 10,00 others have asked me. V'V
work in 79 countries while
end at his home Coral Gables.
ing Stricken Vessel.Dr. It was not difficult to keep from
and at the long dash. Captain Fried ting in a Tampa hotel last wee!:. He
.. ---' took the ,time. Then the Florida being eaten by the cannibals because
Walls left said there are no adventures in life !
Mr. and Mrs. W. C.
Frederick Slocum gave me a sent over its sextant readings and they lo not kill people just to eat.
this week for Ft. Myers where they -only experiences.
They have a great
thrill today.He the skipper of the rescue ship respect their
r will make their home. "Life is an interesting game to be enemies "
11 is professor of astronomy at worked out the exact position of because they would not

'. 'oJ Wesleyan university, but during the the foundering boat. He had been taken as it comes, he said. "It fight unless they were brave.
Miss Evelyn Hare spent a part of brings no adventures but only experiences -
"Slavery virtually in Af-
war he taught navigation to civilian going in the wrong direction. He gone ,
last week in Ft. Denaud visiting Mr. to be accepted and enjoy-- rica. In 1906
navy lieutenants.As gave order to come about, put his however, I was on i i.
Mrs. S. B. Crews. ed. My life has been filled with
and in- the northern
coast of the continent :'
I soon as Professor Einstein arrives ship at full speed ahead and ploughed "

in the United States he and through the rollnig seas. teresting experiences. when I saw three large mysterious ;:
;. F. A. Brown, of Lakeland, spent Dr. Kinnaman. dean of: Miami Mil- I
ships. later learned that
I Dr. Slocum are going to work out "Hold on," he wirelessed. "I've they were ::

several days here on business this, some new facts about the stars.I got you located and I'll be there by itary academy and Miami junior college filled with slaves who had been ;,

," .:. week. met the professor at the Deer- 6 o'clock." formerly was editor of the ought across the desert and were r

-- mont hotel, vacationing for the first "That was about 11 o'clock in the American Antiquarian and the Or- being sent on. the ships to turkey."I t
and Mrs. J. W. Scott who iental Journal and has visited
Mr. every afro
enjoye dmy visits to the
time in St. Petersburg, and after morning, said Dr. Slocum, "and do I
\ ', have recently been living in Seattle, part of the world in archaelogical diamond
one look at my yachting cap, he you know Captain Fried made only regions. When a, man goes t:

: : returned to Clewiston to make 'their said: "Did you ever hear how Cap- one mistake. He got there ten min- and ethnological research work. to work he signs up usually for a f.

'\ .-.< home last week. "Of all my experiences," said Dr. and is
tain George Fried found the sink- utes after six." year virtually a prisoner for t
.. ,,' '., Kinnaman, "probably the most interesting that
; --- ing steamship Florida? No wonder they decorated a man period. of the natives :
: '
", ::"' S. L. Stuart, of Bradenton: was I had heard about Captain Fried like that.-St. Petersburg Independent. were my three years in cut their skin and hide, diamondsand : t

.:, ; a business visitor several days this Africa from ,about 1906 to 1909.
and how ,he had been decorated for now X-rays are made of them "
week. There were years filled with the joy before leave
saving the lives of the passengersand they to see that diamonds

crew of that unfortunate ves- of finding new things and studying are not hidden ,under their J

Joe Cato, who is at present stationed sel and I had always wondered why Farmers AdvisedTo interesting people."I skin." t

at Canal Point spent the made three trips in Africa. In
they made such a fuss about a job Dr. Kinnaman also has traveled t
week end here visiting friends. the first I crossed the continent
which those who follow the sea Keep SimpleSet : extensively in South America wherehe J

from west to east along the Congo was captured and held prisoner
take as, "all in the day's work. {
Frank Friedman and A. W. Lynchof "It was this way," said Dr. Of Records river, then ,,1 traveled from the cape for six months by the Javira Indians. s:

Jacksonville, were here on business Slocum, himself a yachtman from to Egypt and finished by going 4

.. "'\J: ;. several days this week. across from Gibralter. Greece, as Sam Insull have i
"down east" way; "Captain Fried Gainesville, Fla.-An annual ,farm may
ty' '
1 )-' got the S.O.S. calls and heard two inventory and a simple cash accountare "My: most interesting experiences known, is where another fellow went y
Miss Kline who has been ,probably with the tribein
Mary were Masai after a golden fleece.-Fort Myers r
ships say they were near the posi- recommended to Florida farmersby .
ill at her home in West Palm' Beach the western part of Africa. They News-Press. i
! tion given by the Florida and wouldgo Dr. C. V. Noble, economist with 3
( returned to Clewiston Monday. are a marvelous race and are believed -
to her. .Presently he heard them the Florida Experiment Station.
r '1 ---- to have descended from tribes of
Bradenton Herald hopes that {
that at the
report they were place Just as bookkeeping is essentialto
( Mrs. F. E. of Palm Beachis Asia. Isa w the king's of 10-
Bryant, guard
where the ship would be but there the city businessman a few' simple Doyle Carlton will have even more 'j

spending a few days' here as. was no signs of her. records are important to the 000 handsome' men all over six feet "trials" as a lawyer than he hadas '1

of her Mrs. F. D. tall. The people are herders and
guest daughter, Governor-which Is wishing hima
"She must have sunk, said their farmer if he is to know whether or J
Duff. continually search for grass for big practice.-Tampa Tribune. i
radio. / not; he is actually making money

"No! No!" interrupted the ,FIorIda's and where he 'is making it. iI
L. C. and G. T. ii I
'. Sturgess Augur, "
wireless. "I'm still afloat.
: The records of Dr. Noble suggestedare
:' of the U. S. office here
Engineer are i
"Well, said Captain Fried, "I simple and practically any farmer -
' : spending a few days in Arcadia on "
f' ;"T, we'll have to take hand.
guess a .interested has the time and abil-
':' I
official business.
; ,
He ordered his wireless operator: ity to keep them.

'i' to ask the Captain of the Floridaif :
: The annual inventory gives more '
: f, Mrs. H. C. Avant, Mrs. Hubert FARM LANDS
he could not give a more accur- information for the effort expendedthan
Land. Miss Marcia Avant, and Hals-
ate position. any other type of record, he ,-{
ton Avant in West Palm Beach
were "I've done the best I can," came I said. It should be taken at' the same

on business Wednesday. back the, despairing answer. "My time every year and at a time when j

.: bridge and pilot, house are gone and there is the least amount .of pro- FORSPRING
J. D. Beardsley, of Chicago, arrived -
with them my instruments and ducts on hand to inventory and at a ",
for short stay here
Wednesday a
chronometer. I took my last posi- convenient time. On the ordinary

......._, with his son, J. E. Beardsley' who tion and allowed for my speed and farm and with a blank prepared for

was recently injured. drift4 I can do no more." the purpose the inventory can be

-.I Captain Fried, ordered his ship's taken and summarized in a half-a- CROPS'I
Mr. and Mrs. Norman A. Nielsen
course to be laid on the line which day's time.
the week end in Pahokee
spent as
his directional radio finder showedthe In the inventory should be included -
guests of Mr.. and Mrs. Charles F.
signals were traveling on, but all resources and liabilities of
he knew that he might be going the farm business. Under resources

directly. away from the founderingship should be listed the amount and val
r Mrs. J. A. McGehee, Mrs. R. Y.WJ .
ii: i Patterson, Mrs. E. L. Stewart, Miss and that he might steam .a ue of all land, buildings, live stock, The Clewiston Co.REAL

hundred miles or more in the wrong feeds growing, equipment, .
Ollie Moorman, and Mrs. C. D. Ben-
direction before the diminishing money due the farmer, cash on hand
nett were visitors in LaBelle Mon-
signals would tell him the truth. and all other farm investments. Un-
day afternoon.
Then he would have to retrace his der that what the farmer owes must ..-

steps and perhaps, arrive too late. be listed.

Mr. and 1\Irs.'E. L. Stewart, and Something had to be done. This The difference between a farmer's

Mr. and Mrs. J A. McGehee motored was no time to guess. Then he resources and his liabilities are his .

to West Palm Beach last Fridayto thought of a plan which, as far as --
net worth. The difference betweenthe .
.. -
--- -
meet Mrs. Stewart's sister, Miss I know, had never been 'attempted net worth now and a year ago ( rtt

Ollie Moorman, of Macon, Ga., who before. I is the profit or loss made duringthe

will visit here for some time. "Ask him if he has an old sextant

aboard he told his operator. year. During every panic or depression
The inventories will show the total -
this has had real estate
.. Major Beverly C. Dunn-and Lt. C. "Yes, the mate has one," came gain or loss. but will not show country ,
V values have dropped appreciably, but
Nelson of the Jacksonville office of the
V answer. the cause of it. To get this infor-
instance when the returnto
V the U. S. Engineer, spent ,last week "Shoot the sun with it," ordered mation it will be necessary to keep ESTATE in every

V VV end in Clewiston making a survey of Captain Fried," and give me the some day-to-day record, and the normalcy, realty values have led
all other values out of the
::', the federal dike project here. exact time signal and I'll note the simplest type is a list of cash receipts its depresand -
sion. History will repeat itself. Now .
and cash expenses. Starting
is the time to plant your dollar in
cash hand, put down
with the on
You find
increasingvalue real estate-the earth. will
all the money, that is taken in and
four established causes pushing your
all that is spent along with what it
dollar (real estate value) high in
was taken in for and what it was
>'"'J' OH BOY/ i ioCAME This the air.
PE4P spent for and the date.
The increase in population.
HERE THEY m p ( the inventories at the beginning and (1)
There are n.ore people ou eartL::
INTHE R close of the year will allow the farmer -
each year but there is no'more land
ALL NEXT "TtrE SNOWOu EARTHY MONET" AND BLOOD to study his business and see I
for this increasing number, conse-
I WEEK (HOT CAt' where he can improve it.
quently demands mean Increasing ;

1 .. values.
REPORT OP TilE CONDITION OF '(2) The improvement in living
TIII FIRST HANK OF CLEWISTOX conditions each year. Things that
nt CIowlHton, Florida, in the Mate of
Florida nt the clone of business De- were formerly luxuries become ab-

cember. 31dt 1032. No. 296 solute necessities. The ,land must

4 RESOURCESLoans supply all of these, so the demands
and Discounts' __$12,706.59 Ii
r 1r United States Bonds ,,,,___ 68750.00 and values arc incre..sing. r

.: INOURPJEBRANONEW. 'V V ) County and Municipal Bonds School 20000.00 a1 V (3) extending cities. The rapid .
All Other Bonds County
I'OYf1YElJ'GUARANTEEO WATERFROOF Warrants ""_."____.____ 4,50000 growth of our cities require more
Banking House Furmtrue and and more land to accomodate the increasing -

BLUE' GOLD Fixtures _... _.__.-..,-,_._. 7,570.01 population. This means
V' V Other Real Estate Owned _. 9638.94
TENT THEATRE PAINLESS Cash on hand and due from higher values on all land, in and

PRICE5'. Banks .__..._.__...___._ 72023.37
ALL NEW PLAYS TOTAL ,,_..._._..,_ 195188.91 adjacent to our city.
L 97 REN LIABILITIES (4) Expanding. transportation an-
nihilates distance and values increase -
Capital Stock Paid in ___ 15000.00

lADIES FREE MONDAY wtrWpparDwcJDADD6 Surplus Fund ___;..._.,__.._....... 20000.00 with a wider radius of our
Undivided Profits (Less Expenses -
: 4, -5--- ADULTS FOR and Taxes Paid) ?'__ 5,001.78Deposits cities This assures a continued increase -

.... _._____.._._-,_ 135.367.16 in real estate values .
Bonds Borrowed _..._..._,..,_._ 18,000.00
Reserve for Interest, Depre- We have four first-class modern

ciation, Taxes etc _-"__....__._ 540.00 homes in Clewiston that we are of-
Cashiers Checks ,___.,_,,,.,. 1279.97 I
TOTAL ___._._ 195188.91 fering on reasonable terms. No finance -
charges and a small down
COUNTY OF HENDRY; SS. payment plus a small payment each

t I, Elbert L. Stewart Cashier of the ( month, will buy you a home at
above-named bank, do solemnly swear
that the above statement is true to the prevailing prices.
best of my knowledge and belief and

., that It is in response to official noticeto
.. "' report by the Comptroller of the
State of Florida.


Beginning Monday Jan. 16th ELBERT. V. PARKINSONC. L STEWARTC. Association

( "" Directors ... .

" Auspices American Legion Subscribed and sworn to before me '\,

this 9th day of January. 1933.SEL .
( ) c. w. MCDONALD. "V-------
n rr Notary
My Commission expires Sept. 3, J933

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. Goober Turkey Farm Poor.. Ingredients--Poor Baking l I THE SHIPWRECKED FARMERS '-,

On Fort Ffiyers Road"Travelers If half a dozen men were marooned -

on a desert Island they would join ..,

..., forces to secure food. shelt.6 and
,The homemaker who buys an Inferior ,
to Fort Myers have been grade of flour for home use i., 'rif1 ?F protection. It 'would be folly for

interested in the development of a with the thought of effecting a small "a,, lii; ?2-; # t / /ft'/rly","/d' each to work separately. By cooperation .
they would achieve results
her household
tract along the highway near the economy budget, is $
finding that she Is not only in the <' ,.;., 1\I\<.", ; obtainable In no other manner.
Lee county line, which a signboard ,;; ;y_ _. ....4W<""t" :
long run not making a sa'lngbut ,*y .,, ,, i1/1.1- The same illustration is applicableto
proclaims the "Goober Turkey: creates a dissatisfaction with her baking tl'C'' /; -J the producers cooperative move-
Farm". The following article on that is difllcult to overcome.It !$!; ;; ",{ ;;;; : -:79-; "" ment. The"farmers today are in very

this work is taken from the South- is impossible to make a good prod- : : :;/; W' \ t much the same position as the half .

uct unless good materials arc used, nnd .>,, / ; !if'fj".. ;4"" dozen men stranded on the desert '::: r _
west Floridian heavy bread, foggy biscuits and coarse :! _. ; ;:, ',' depends on profitable,and permanent ;:
Edward Belmont Carson, of Chi- cakes are the, fate of the woman who ;fys : ,.., "., --, markets for their produce. Each I:;-'.:
and Fort Myers is developingthe ,,,, ,,.,r<.::: ..i" ,'. "" :" "
cago does not use first class Ingredients in t. 34 i:,,- } i"Jf.i'-;; farmer working alone is powerless :
Rosamond Nursery property, her home baking. The pity of It Is 'c. j\/ for he is opposed by forces stronger !
about two miles beyond the Lee that when cheap flour is used, the f/, :: P K.A.J"c than he.

county line, between Palm Beach total cost of the product Is actually; ." ':. 1
Ji'ii4bli0: : JJ : } A concerted movement is on foot
Boulevard and the river, which he higher than with a high grade flour. ,'.. ;... '"'- # ; ; {W 'fJ'
"ij > {: .Y' ; .' ; j ; { to urge the American people to buy
rd f ; ; _
;-.2 i > 8fJi
bought several The .4 t ,, / ,. Rrf' #
years ago. pro- Advised Economy.For ;' '. 1( t.>fk'. ;,;. z A ta. 7dIf / American goods. Thi s phase of the

perty embraces ninety acres. He has every pound of plain flour used :;' "41:;.;.;:..,... ._.. ; fle<{ ,; i., ". tI' T dlfi iK general subject is only slightly t be-
been, clearing up the land, and haj costing, let us say, 2 cents, the baking v" ,:,',, ,i1; / i' .
',, ? > of cooperative
'. ; Drf .' ., sideth e point cnar-
\t" -
: "P4
built ten pens for raising young tur- powder added to it will cost another 3 ; ;<<, iJ \
,' '. ; ::;:.: .: keting. Cooperative marketing depends -
cents. On barrel of flour : ; < I. .
keys. a self-rising : .
m. ) : i-j ef on a cooperative consump ,Ion
costing perhaps $4.35, there will be a i ,1fi:1: ; : : t-1i' ?
'-. The first shipment of young tur- i % ; ,/<;M''w' < of American goods by American p\.o-

keys are expected in a few days. A of saving the sam'e of $2.61 flour or, for 38%which of the baking cost ; ::t;; ,, t ..,,.{, -,:,tP{">.'l" : ".. 4.t71g :. ple. If the American food produ er
total of 2,500 young turks will ar- l; ):&.;. ., :fS ;;" Y'A. "lfff/JWf< ",1ff! expects the American public to co .
rive within a few/ weeks. powder must be bought. Of course, $ p fi..I '< I J i;:' ,. '' ':&
if the cheapest possible baking powderis !I ".:" ,' ." ;. "'i 'J\ ; i to his rescue, he must cooperate wi /+
1i- [ \
The raised pens will care for a ..
: :tJ : ; |of ottl ;
time. used, It will cost less, but that Is J n ,.; ', '". the American producers j"
thousand at a the turkeys '
# -
ill-advised C 'iJif frCrid: ..'l, articles of commerce. In this W
because of '' ,- <
economy, more ':0. ;
are a month old they will betaken ,, .,"" {:. "'> "
,1? !' .fF" ". he will lift himself out of the b I {
it will be ,
needed and because inferior i' :
: / ,. : :
from these pens and. after : t' \ :i ', ,y-
,. by his bootstraps. ,
baking powder does not contain the .v. .: own ,
-I ,",
another month in rffi. : J.: "
or so larger pens fy /4:4'til ,
"' '
valuable calcium and phosphorusfound -'t.' 1w, More has been said about coope' L.
they will be put to pasture, just like :' \' \) : ,., 1"-\: ;
in the pure monocalcium phos- 'J/ ; ation by the American than any oth
cattle. Special feed will be raised < : iII
M __'>>" i ; American ? Becauf
phate put into self-rising flour. 1 7 producer. Why :,
for them.' :Many tests have been made to com- c.'". ",. ," &1; x0: : :,; : .:... J./ ; I.. other industries have found ,that ;-
Later Mr. Carson expects to builda
pare the total cost of all ingredientsIn a little cooperation in giving outgeneral ,/
fine winter home on this propertyand baking pound cake, cup cakes, I No Saving in "Heavy Bread, Soggy Biscuits and Coarse Cakes." information, a little cooperative { r.

develop a great estate there. sponge, layer and angel food cakes, advertising, they are helping /
This winter Mr .and Mrs. Carsonare as well as pie crust, using first 'a amounts and so thoroughly mixed homemaker who uses it No high quality each member of their own industry. .. '
living in the Chadwick place oj high grade of soft wheat flour with the flour that fewer baked -
and eggs are product can come from the Cooperation is just another name ..
First"Street.. then a low grade. In every Instance, necessary In order to obtain the same use of an inferior flour One must for economic salvation. cM
the cost of the baking was appreciablyless fine results. A standard recipe calling have a flour In cake baking that will 'I'

LEE OPPOIXT AVON PARKMAN when the high grade flour was for four eggs can be used with only produce delicate texture and tender CANAL POINT WILL TRY

GENERAL LIQUIATOR used. two eggs if self-rising flour is utilized ness. The only kind of flour that will SUGAR BEET RAISING

Still further savings may be made In produce these qualities is that made i

(Continued from page 1)) home baking by the use of selfrisingflour Joy of Achievement. from the finest, whitest particles of (Continued from page 1)
banks while somebody else does the a high grade soft wheat flour But probably the greatest advantage soft winter wheat from which the the
experiments, Chief William A.
work and got> paid for it too." with the baking powder and salt already I I in using a high grade self-rising flouris highest grade of self-rising flour Is
Taylor of the bureau of plant industry "
The plan ontemplates that in aU added In scientifically correct the satisfaction that comes to the made. .,
informed the committee.
except in instances of the very large -
Strains resistant to disease are be-
f" banks. the local agent will be one of
the clerical employees in the insti- IINDUSTRIAL NEWS Jacksonville Plans progressingfor Madison-D. M. Sanders moved ing selected for increase. Types of

tution with authority equivalent to construction of proposed fire mercantile store to Pickney Street beets better adapted to conditionsin

that of a cashier in an open bank. Fellsmere-Cane grinding opera- station to be erected at corner of location. this country are being produced r

The appointment of a general .tions to be started by Fellsmere Lakeshore Drive and Marquette St. at Canal Point. Experiments invol- ,,J

liquidator for all the banks is possi- Spgar Company in February. at cost of about $10,000.OrlandoFlorida Eustis-Gymnasium is being con- ving comparative studies of cultural :.

ble under existing laws of the state. structed at high school. practices are performed, and special 1

Mr. Smith leaves today to take Apopka-Central ,Florida Fruit Farm & Grove ,......-- methods for the control of curly-top
and other serious diseases, including --4:
over the :Miami trusts resigned recently Company installing machinery in section located permanent headquarters Wauchula-New strawberry loading special methods in cooperation with ,--- .. ::
by Dr. J. H. Therrell, who packing house on A. C-: L. here. platform completed.
the bureau of entomology for the.- j
drew $61,000.00 as liquidator last ,
control of curly-top disease of
year. From Miami Mr. Smith will sugar
beets caused by leaf-hopper. The
go to other pofnts where liquidatorshave !
sugar beet industry, which is expanding -.
/resigned/ and as rapidly a/s/ of Good Will
other resignations come in and pre- Messengers in Florida, is particularly N
interested in the work being carriedon .1
sent liquidators can be checked out .
at Canal Point. Dr. Taylor said. '
Mr. Smith will take over the other J
institutions.The -Pahokee News. ..4
tentative set-up of the liqui- ;

dating department indicates a gross
salary account of approximately $75- J
000. per year for the liquidator and - ii:

his assistants, as against a total lay- i\

out of more than $250,000 paid liquidators j

of Florida banks duringthe -

calendar year of 1932. OPEN
Mr. Smith has never held a polit- !
ical office, either elective or app.ointhe !

in the state of Florida.




.;-.. (Continued from page 1) THE-1

1 When times get hard we farmers : *

I I ing of cover crops. tS i4i1 .

1 j turn to living at home. With our

1 gardens, chickens, milk cow and
r meat we can't see why we formerly /

'j spent so much money in town for .
I food supplies, except that we just F

had the money. J;

t The farmers in our county are _

making real progress along these ,,, ,,, .... .: A ":. '" I
<< "' ''' 'J''''''''''' "" -= .Lt "T"" "'"'--
i lines, our county agent tells us, and t

I j I feel that it's that way all over the is difficult for all nations to toum, Cospicua-are regular pumpkin. Add two-

.4 state. After all, hard times may be IT on the question of tariffs for the cargoes of tin cans mixed with two-

,1 a blessing in disguise to many of us. and national debts. After all, leave our shores. salt, two-thirds Every. I
i They may make us', go back to the these are largely a matter of And to our shores, also, two-thirds tea.
; age-old principles of good farming which side of the fence-or the delicacies from other lands and one-fourth

'1; those of living at home, producing ocean-you live en. borne to us in protective tin Then add two Meal .
But all nations tainers. From the one and one-third
agree on one sunny
f cheaply, and improving the I
soil. thing which they advocate-good of Hawaii we get our Heat in a double
?f food. The United States, becauseit pineapple-better pineapple pour into a pie tin A
EXPERIMENT STATION IS NOT is the largest food canning the horticulturists of kings Bake, having '
CONVINCED FIRES HELP LAND country in the world, is able to learned to grow; from -i50 csrees-for .
supply this good food to all nations caviar which was formerly minutes, then reduce .
(Continued from page 1) and so our tin cans go out at feasts of the Czar; :: for the remaining II PleasantMemory II'
those mowed less as messengers of good will to the from the icy waters of thirty minutec or '
frequently. Those -
I farthest, corners of the world. : put up in wine sauce; vvcn inserted,
frequently mowed have showed
faster I'
: -
from Spain, biscuits from ,
spread and In Palace and Peasant Hut .
more rapid spring land; crabmeat from far-off Dun't fci&Lt J 1
: growth. The improved permanent The royal chef who prepares American ways of I
i pastures have given from four to teatimes the holiday feast in Buckingham American foods are also in with tsabcrfo-attt:
: ; as much beef peracre as tin Palace, puts into his famous ing demand. Just as we cups"r'I one-half pounds &/ .y
native grasses. The native pastures! dishes choice foods from "tins," serve spaghetti In the most plenty of water;
as arule grow off earlier. as cans are termed in England; proved Italian fashion, for about an hour,
and give the Arab peasant in soft blue the Italians have perfected water if neceesarS*.
early spring gain. robes, gathering into his woven ways of serving this t two cups of liquid
As.' to1 burning native pastures, ex- basket those heaps of golden dish, other nations are meai at thy end of
tensive experiments are underway In fruits from the groves of orange how to serve our the contents" done Sugar land
4 cooperation with the Penny-Gwynn and olive trees, looks forward to in good old Dixie style, and sauerkraut con
corporation at Penny Farms and the the end of his day's labor and a baked beans after the for thirty minutes
State Fo-est Service. Abou 690 can of salmon for supper; the New England. meat is very tender
gnarled Spanish woman, out on There are canned somewhat reduced.
acres is dlvfc many
:ed into four plots. and CafeHopkins
1 two the road from Seville, who fries which are difficult to serve desired and serve.
are protected while bunelos in pots of sizzling fat to way more delicious than we persons.
the other two are burned annually. sell to the passersby, will perhaps them in this country. Here with Bacon and
i On one burned and one unburned feast on canned California a few of them: : Roast the lamb
-, Plot cattle are grazing from March peaches, as the piece de rEsistance We Recommend a can of prunes Buildingcar
k to November, while on the other two for her Sunday dinner. a thin strip of
?; they are kept all y ar. Cattle weights Every capital in Europe, as wellas Country Pumpkin Pie: each prune. Fasten, I
l places that of one-half of cottage 'cheese Broil until the
soil you aware cup
samples, treo .
points are being studied growth, and other only when you refer to your atlas13alaiingtore pass it through a: sieve and Serve as a gar -
\ Addis Ababa, Khar- mix with ono and one-third the roast lam.b