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 20, 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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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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r: ::. .' :..' ,.,.._. VOLUME 7. NUMBER" 3. CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1033. $2.00 PER YEAR

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o :i::o : Masked Bandits Escape ADVERTISING MAN LOOKS SAYSCLEWISTON ".O K." No Further Relief Needed

"If Clewiston feels as good as it I

looks, it's O. K." is the opinion of

After LaBelle Robbery vertising George R.department Hilty, head of the of the Florida ad- In County Council Decides

Power & Light company, whose of- J

:-a:.. fice is in Miami. Mr. Hilty said on
ger prints that might be found. a visit here Monday. "Clewiston
TWO HOLD GUN ON CASHIER II The bank cashier gave Sheriff De- looks better than ever as far .as foli- AMPLE EMPLOYMENT TO CARE

,. AND MAKE AWAY WITH $500 laney a fairly good description of the age is concerned." he said. OWEN NAMED TO FOR ALL LOCAL NEEDS; NO

FROM BANK'S VAULT men who had robbed the bank. One Through advertising of the Flori- RELIEF TO BE SOUGHT

"' of them was fairly tall and the other da Power & Light company, writtenby
the lar- HEAD THEATRE With plenty of beans to pick and
: Police of six South Florida counties somewhat smaller. Evidently Mr. Hilty the state has received
were today continuing their ger man was the leader, the sheriff some wide spread publicity. The sugar cane to harvest in the east
was told. power company is a strong believerin ern part of the county, and ample
search for two men who robbed
The tracked to the bankof advertis MOVEMENT HERE employment in the western- portion,
jt- Bank of LaBelle of $496.50, all in : men were the power of consistent
.'. and the Caloosahatchee, which runs ing. Hendry county's Uneuployment Relief
silver, nickles, pennies Tuesday
through the town of LaBelle, there Council this week decided thatno
Cashier Gordon A.
just as
.," Perry opened the institution. So the tracks entered the water. The SHOLTZ TO VISIT EVERGLADES NEW GROUP PLANS PRODUCTION further need existed here for fed

held in men had evidently planned to escapein OF "BETTER TYPE PLAYS"IN eral relief funds.
far is being connec-
no one
the cashier's automobile for dur- Governor Sholtz and his cabinet CLEWISTONAt Hendry county is the first in the

...." : :-' tion The with loss the was robbery.said to be covered ing the robbery they demanded the will visit the Everglades section in a state not to ask for monthly allot

":,? by insurance. keys to his car. Mr. Perry had the few days, as they are making an inspection a meeting of interested personsat ment for funds made possible by fed-

The robbers gained entrance to presence of mind to give them two trip over the state, visitingthe the school auditorium last night, eral appropriations, which is loanedto e-

,:" the bank some time Monday night other keys instead of those to his state institutions. They will W. C. Owen was elected to head a the states.
which he had parked at the inspect the prison farm Belle Mrs. J. A. McGehee, after a con
&' by forcing a small window in the directors car, near group 'planning to form a Clewiston
front of the bank. Glade. ference with the county chairman,
Little Theatre. John K. Mowry was
room at the rear of the bank.
Mrs. Alice who lives Their callsf at A. L. Taylor, said that this county
They were hiding in a small storage Bailey near itinerary or stops elected vice president: ; Mrs. M. P.
closet when Perry opened the banka the river, told Sheriff Delaney she the prison farm at Raiford, the farm Peterson, secretary and Miss. Marion would not request further federalaid
had seen two men whose description colony for feeble-minded and epilep- until such time as a real need
few minutes after nine. When :Mr. Leydig, treasurer were the other
that at Gainesville the Industrial existed, and added that the county
Perry opened the door he was faced mathched given by the cash- tics officers named.
. by two men, who were masked by ier, going toward the river from school for girls at Ocala and the After a general discussion, the apply for further relief next summer.

r having handkerchiefs tied over their town about 9:30 Tuesday morning.T. Belle Glade prison farm. 'new president announced a sirailiar if the need existed for relief.

'-. lt&sf": faces. They brandished pistols and O. (Tip) Mercer, who had recently The governor's cabinet comprisesthe meeting for Monday night, at which Both Mr. Taylor, county chairman,

,.J.F> ordered him to open the vault. The been released from the state board of state institutions and more definite plans will be formu- and Mrs. McGehee, representative for
the of prison under bond for a new trial their inspection visits will be' madein lated. the eastern part of the county, said
robbers scooped up pile silver
in connection with the robbery of that capacity. there is plenty of employment locallyto
in the outer compartment of the The group voted to invite the
bank's safe and ordered the cashier the Tropical State Bank of Lake Ham club, en masse, to join in the care for the needs of local people
Placid, was being sought for who have shown any disposition to
to the compartment containing organization.Last
ti, open
:/ the currency: The cashier replied tioning. Mr. Perry told the sheriffone BIDS TO BE OPENED night's meeting. is the culmi- work.
There are those who would
of the robbers had referred to acceptall
J that the currency was under time nation of much discussion here dur-
lock which would not be released the other as "Tip" several times'in ing the past three months to form a help that might be available,
until 10 o'clock. the course of the hold-up. FOR FOURTH] UNIT Little Theatre here. It is plannedto they said, but many of these do not
Mercer and his son were in Clew- show any inclination to assume regular -
.. The men' bound the cashier, forc- have the personnel of the organ-
ed him in the vault and slammed the iston early in December and had ization to be composed of the older jobs. It seems that some had

door. Mr. Perry said he heard them been seen frequently" until about 10 LEVEE TUESDAY persons here., and to present dramatics rather pick up a few day's work
each month, at such times as they
days ago.Mercer "
"of the better
moving about. within the bank for a type.
i are disposed to work,.at a low rate
was arrested and questioned -
Those at the
few minutes after they had left him present meetnig were
.;,' in the vault. in connection with the robbery of Mr. and Mrs. Norman A. Nielsen. rather than accept the responsibility -
of regular employment. However
j In about half an' hour Mr. Perry the Bank of LeBelle which occurred Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mr and

:, cut his bonds with a small pocket July 31, 1931. He was released for TO BE AWARDED TUESDAY; i Mrs M P, Peterson, A W. Sias, Dr. this group is greatly in the minority.The .

knife. W.. T. Hull, clerk of the cir- lack of evidence.The ATTRACTS MANY BJDDERS and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Ed Butler, relief afforded by the fed-
!: cuit court, entered the bank and upon LaBelle bank was robbed by Miss Beatrice Kettl, Miss Clara Shil- ral loan to the state bridged overa

-- finding no one in evidence began a two men who used very much the Bids for the construction of the ler, R. L. Coker, Miss Louise Wal- period of time in Hendry county

search. He found Perry in the vault same tactics when they trussed A. 'fourth section of levee and floodway dron, Miss Marion Leydig. Miss Sue when work through regular channelswas

and the alarm wes spread. L. Taylor, cashier, and his assistant, channel/ on the Lake Okeechobee Maxwell, Miss Elizabeth West, Miss at a minimum. However, with
the in Clewiston and
Guy 1\1. Strayhorn state's attorney forced them into, the vault and es- navigation and flood control project Vilma Rhodes, Miss Mao Drew, M. sugar company

from Ft. Myers was in LaBelle at caped in a dilapidated auto with will be opened at the Jacksonvilleoffice E. Yenawine, Miss Frances Munroe, hundreds of acres of winter vegetablss -
in the fields in this of
;: the time of the robbery. When he $6.000 in cash and securities. Noneof of the U. S. Engineer next Campbell Nail, and C. J. Lovvorn. part

was notifed of the robbery, the prose- the loot was recovered, but one Tuesday, according to advertise- the county being harvested humfrlds and giv-

;' cuting attorney, with Sheriff H. L.' man, Jim Amos is now serving a 20- ments placed by the War Depart- ing employment to relief of persons -
the need for state funds
Delaney, made a thorough search for year sentence for participation in the ment. NEW YORK MAN has diminished.

clues; He ordered the,directors' roomsealed robbery. The section to be awarded coversa
[ It 'was intimated that no further
until a finger print expert 14 mile stretch between Bacom's I
flour 'donated by the federal -
1' could, to fin- Point and tIle St. Lucie Canal 'andcalls SEES .EVERGLADESHOMEJJF government
arrive ,
photograplr'any 'I. -
".- ...... .- SCHOOl ECONOMY -- rof"mbvingrap"proximatelyr J47 ,and 'distributed through the
I American Red Cross, would be requested
000,000 cubic yards of material. The
after the present stock on
RECEIVER ASKED work will be done by hydraulic ma- PAPERALSO hand has been distributed.CLEWISTON .
URGED BY CA WTUON chinery, and is slated to require

r about 18 months for completion.This .

, a fourth section of levee will SPLITS
STATE SUPERINTENDENT LISTS connect with the unit now being
11 SUGGESTIONS FOR RE- constructed by the Canal Construction -
company between Bacom's Point IN THIS SECTION::

Eleven suggestions for economyin During the past two weeks contractors James W. Anderson, a retired

-- the operation of Florida public and their estimators have contractor of Albany N. Y.. who was PAHOKEE

BILL FILED IN FEDERAL COURT schools are contained in the biennial been In Clewiston scanning government the guest of Mr. and Mrs. H .R. Hall WITH

WEDNESDAY ASKING FOR report of W. S. Cawthon. state su- records and over the route to here last week, believes the time will

ACCOUNTINGThe I perintendent of public instruction, be constructed with views of enter- come "when every foot of Evergladesland BOYS WIN 22-8 WHILE GIRLS
made public this week. ing bids on the project. This unit will be used for commercial pur-
affairs of the Palm Beach The report shows that the expense : has attracted a much larger number poses." Mr.. Anderson's hobby is TUESDAY
Kennel club prominent Palm Beach of administering the state depart-I I than either of the other three now beef cattle. "You have every advan-

dog track, 'were taken into federal ment of public instruction has been I under construction. It. is expected tage over cattle raisers in northernor school basketcers
Clewiston's high
court this ,week for an airing of diminished from $95,971.32 for the I that a greater number of bids western states," he said "Your
double header bill here Tues-
certain financial transactions, and fiscal year 1930-31 to $87,244.35 for I will be filed in the Jacksonville of- cattle graze 12 months a :year and it split a outfits
day with two playing
with a petition for a receiver asked I 1931-32, but it is with the cost of fice before Tuesday noon, the zero I looks to me that proper crossbreeding from Pahokee. The Clewiston boys

by a group of Cincinnati ,residents : the schools themselves that Mr. hour for filing bids on this unit. would produce a hardy stock thai rallying around the Blue and White

who, in their bill of complaint, claimto Cawthon deals in the report. After the bids are opened at the has plenty of weight." chalked 23-7 win
standard, up a
have been the financial back- His suggestions are: Jacksonville, the apparent low bid- On his way from St. Petersburg the Pahokee boys, while the
ground for the Kennel club. 1. Reduce the number of small der will be announced. However. Mr. Anderson said he kept a close over 21-1
Clewistno girls took a sound
The complaintants, John E. Ge- high schools. the contract for the 14-mile stretch watch for some of the Brahma cat lassies.
from the Pahokee
, : hrum, and his wife, and George Re- 2. Allow )no teacher,- except in will not be awarded until the bids tie he had heard about being crossed by far the best
I The boys game was
mus, name as defendants, O. M. Car-I one-teacher schools 'to have fewer are sent to Washington for inspec- with native Florida beef. It happened .
exhibition of basketball ever givenon
, "', michael. H. Phil Bryan, J. Stockton than 30 pupils. tion by War Department engineers that on his hurried trip here hc the local court. The defensive

Bryan, and. B. A. Campbell as well 3. In large elementary schools pro- there, and from the capital the con- was not rewarded with the sight of claying of the Clewiston squad held

as the club itself. vide one teacher for 35 to 45 pupils. tract will be awarded, allowing the any of the "humped" cattle. ;he fast playing Pahokee team to

# The bill, as filed with the federal 4. Do not make frequent changesof bidder a stipulated time in whichto With the vast acreage here' so fcr during the contest. A last
court Wednesday declared that supplementary readers but use !I complete the job, and providingfor tile, the retired contractor said lu 'ninute shift in the line-up of the

Gehrums and his wife and Remus the old readers as long as possible. a penalty for delay. could foresee the delelopment of F '" Clewiston boys ailed to upset the

supplied Carmichael with $32,206two 5. Pool and exchange library and Not only haVo contractors and paper plant in the Everglades. In hi* perfect teamwork. Hbokie Avant.

years ago for the constructionof supplementary readers between the their estimators been in Clewistou years of residence as a contractor i> 'ho showed a few weeks ago thatie

a racing track in West Palm schools of a county. and on the project during the past. the New England state', Mr. Anderson has the makings of a clan: 1

Beach, and claim that they received 6. Do not allow agents to sell to two weeks, but high ranking officersin said he had moved million o' not on the field i:iAhe
; Was
common stock to the amount of 64 local schools and discourage excessive the department of engineers have : feet of timber which had been mad coaching combination of Lan -

shares with 10 shares held in trust expenditure for reference works. been in the Okeechobee region get- into paper. Naturally, he said, h -ord & Elam shifted William Hooks

by Gehrum for Remus. 7. Discourage. the sale of emblemsetc. ting first hand information on the thinks of some way to further thr guard to the forward position.
The bill charged misapplication of ., to pupils. character of the work to be given out paper industry. "It seems to m<: books' old stand was held down by

funds, and illegal pledging of theclub's 8. Discourage uncue expendituresfor to contractors. Major Beverly C. that there should be some way o''' he diminutive Ed Ward, who filled

credit. commencement exercises. Dunn, in charge of the Jacksonville making paper out of your bagasse, ':be station like a veteran. A final

Last year, the bill says, the club 9. Discourage excessive expendi- office under whose direct supervision he added.In flash was injected into the game

.made a net profit of $33,000. tures for playground equipment. the Lake Okeechobee navigationand speaking of the general development Ny the substitution of Eddie Clark ..

10.- Provide home made apparatus flood control project comesMaj.; of the Everglades, :Mr Anderson ,for Ward as guard, who made a,

...; HENDRY COUNTY ONLY where ever possible and make small Bragdon, who was moved into the said that before making 'his "',ee shot good to give the Clewiatoii!

ONE IN FLORIDA NOT repairs. station left vacant when Maj. Dunn his first. trip to Florida he had >'P? '.oys their last score.

11. Discourage the purchase of was placed in command of the Jack- and seen wonderful and varied :al<". ."lewlston Paholieo:
NEEDING JOBLESS AID sonville office Lieut who of the fertile Everglades of hov .
Hemenway, '
expensive laboratory equipment for ;.ai-e ((12) f. Lindrose (2)
small schools. until recently was disbursing officerof had been transformed from a jur I Ward f. Thompson (3)
the Jacksonville office Lieut. gle-like territory into a vegetabl-
Tallahassee, Jan. 13th-Meeting The diminishing contribution of ; Mitchell (6) c. Carlysle (2)
with the new governor: for the first Feringa who takes Lt. Hemenway'spost i and sugar producing country "Bui rowe (2) g. Padgett (1)
counties and districts to the cost of Flori
he added, "the half of
in Jacksonville., and numerous boy, .
time the ,emergency relief advisory public schools in the state while con- others. i: da's story has not been told. You Hooks ((2) g. Warnock

committee today told Sholtz that 28 tributions:: by the state have increased have the garden spot of America."
from $853,097.94 in 1926-27 to MOORE HAVEN PUPILS SHOW
per cent of the population of Flor-
ida was in needy circumstances and $6.183,161.58 was stressed in the re- Phone Crew Leaves CONGAREE LEAVES 'COUNTRY; CONSTABjLE' HERE
port. Mr. Cawthon suggested changesin -
20 r--
r received assistance
r the state law to make the Moore-Haven high
.appropriations Members of
from the relief fund during Decembel' After Re-setting LineThe The government dredge, Congaree,
certain, restrict the uses to which has been dredging a floodwa school present ed "The Country Constable -
which state aid funds can be put channel 'between Clewiston and Liberty -!I to a small audience at the

- { : ;', The committee presented a picI' and provide ,a penalty rot violation. construction crew of the In- Point was partly dismantledthis local, school auditorium last Friday

/ ture of serious economic conditions "Those who assume that the edu- tre-County Telephone and Telegraph week and sent to the St. Lucie night. The proceeds were divided
throughout the state but recommended cational will of Ft. which has between the Clewiston and the Moore
program can or go on company Myers' Canal where it will be used. ,,-
j that the facts be made public without retrenchment in such timesas I spent much time here during the The Congaree was brought into Haven schools.
:.: "i "as, it is our belief that the first are now upon us are destined to past few months completed the local port here last week and' dismantled Those making the trip from( Moore

r': t step necessary to correct an evil is a disappointment," Mr. Cawthon said. work and returned to Fort Myers before being towed across the lake Haven were Principal C. E.Hazel Royer Mc-,

z to recognize it." Reasons for reduced county and Wednesday. The men, under the to its new location near the Locks. Mrs. Fred Flanders. Misses
;: district funds, are pointed out in the foremanship of R. C. Jowers, com- Anley, Eva Mae Green, Clara Ad-
. The sum of $503,785 was apportioned report as lowered assessments, reduced pleted the removal of several miles Think They're FunnyAll kins, Marjorie Daugherty Lela Bran-

'.' .J among 66 counties for relief school millage, and' failure of of telephone poles on. the highway the and about nrn, Clara Whiddgn 1 T. D. Smoak,
work during January. Hendry county property owners toj ppy tavGc.M.- ..... which is now being graded from world's a stage Fred Flanders ffffcJtohn Dowd Jr.,
:r' advised the '"The 90 per cent of the actors want to be lloyd Vorheeg, and Gordon WU
cory.jJtjitdidfnot' relaffve"standing of Florida I Main's Corner through Moore Haven ,

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) '- /;Cl( -lemston: G\Jjws- mapping You know out a the new Bradgood's program. ? And RELIGIOUS LEADERS" -- What the Ladies Wore at the Inaugration ::, I IA

:you know the old man who almost ..
}) ruined their life? Fine. YOU are
Published every Friday in Clewiston, the Bradgood's, and that old man TO BE HEARD IN few days ago we read In every of black.
Florida l>y the CLEWISTON NEWS, is none other than the spirit of newspaper accounts of the Inaugural The crowning event of the cere-
I monies took place in the evening .
Inc. pessimism and doubt which droppedin ceremonies at the Capitol. But
reception at the Capitol, followedby
unexpectedly few a
on so a
j 1 Entered as second class matter. years ago you and put a crimp in your VESPER SERVICES there wasn't a line, anywhere, tellingof a ball held at the College gymnasium -
i the many beautiful morning, afternoon The ladies came forth in all'their
business plans. Perhaps he has
February 1, 1927, at the Post Officeat ..- Mrs.
caused your family to draw up in and evening ensembles worn colorful evening
Clewiston: Florida, under the Act HIGHLANDS HAMMOCK XEARSElljIUNG Sholtz wearing charming gown of
about disrupted your home, and by the ladies In attendance.We .
of March 3, 1897.A its shell and harbor its hates and | TO BE SCENE waited for several days and cream lace over green and an evening -

r prejudices. Tell that old man "good- OF SERVICESAn then began making inquiries and wrap of black velvet and ermine.

newspaper devoted to the best bye." And give him a kick on his learned that the Governor's lady, She wore an exotic corsage of or-

Interestb of Hendry County, Florida.Its tattered pants to speed him on his opportunity to hear some of Mrs. David Sholtz, appeared at the chids, a gife from Mrs. W. S. Jen- : .

leading newspaper.Subscription way.; the best known and most important morning ceremonies, (which were nings, of Jacksonville, chairman of "
figures in religious circles in the held at the Capitol building from Royal Palm State Park, who has

....$2.00 SOME INTERESTING FIGURES United States will be given to peopleof 11 to 12:30 o'clock) in a sports presented each Governor's first lady
per year
since the time she -
with orchids
this locality during February and costume of green, the very last wordin presided

Outside of; State of Florida ._...$2.50 About the first of each year we March at the weekly Vesper Services chic, a fur jacket, hat, shoes another at the Governor's mansion.

rind ourselves juggling figures, and held each Sunday afternoon at 3:00p. accessories all in black. She Mrs. Michael Sholtz was charmingin
Advertising rates furnished on application gaining a lot of real informationfrom m. at Highlands Hammock eight chose yellow roses for her bouquet.Mrs. gray lace. Her corsage was fash-

the various collections of statistics miles from Sebring.An Michael'Sholtz, mother of the ioned of pInk. roses and,valley lillies.

that come to the desk. From a announcement recently made Governor, wore a smart black cre- Mrs. Avedon wore a smart burgundywool '

.Business office Clewiston News. report of the National automobile by Ray Greene, secretary of Harder ation. Mrs. Avedon, the former Miss creation with a sweeping full- ,

Clewistb.i Florida. Editorial and chamber of commerce, we glean the Hall, who is arranging for the speakers Ethel Sholtz. the Governor's sister, ness at the center-back and a fur1

following data, which we are, passingon gives an impressive list of promi- chose a sports frock of black and ma- cape of stone martin. \
Advertising, same. and which 'may be taken for nent preachers who have accepted hogany with a silver fox neckpiece.Mrs. Mrs. Hortense Wells was present

their worth. They were gathered invitations for the two coming Doyle Carlton, wife of the wearing a white lace ensemble. Mrs. '

Telephone 339 from a discussion of the automobile months. retiring governor, was present in a Owen again chose black, a smart

industry by Alfred Reeves, vice presi- Among tnem are jaisno:; William white sports ensemble. Her flowers chiffon arrangement with long white

dent of the automobile chamber of H. Ainsworth, of Macon, Ga., promi- were pink roses and valley lillies. kid gloves for contrast. Mrs.' Landis .

MR. BRADGOOD'S GUEST. commerce. nent in the Methodist Episcopal'Mrs. Ruth Bryan Owen mingled chose a gown of pink crepe.

III The figures, unless otherwise spe- church, South; Dr. Charles S. Mc- with the morning and afternoon ses- Mrs. Weem wore an emerald green .--r.
cified deal with the U. S: Farland, general secretary emeritusof sions, gowned in a charming creationof evening gown, the black decollete i I';
Mr.t 1 Mrs. Bradgood, Ronald .-.J'
', Cars and trucks produced 1,436.000 the Federal Council of Churchesof black and matching accessories. glittered with sequins, and the waistline )
Jet recently stood on their
and tie
Wholesale value Mrs..Hortense K. Wells of was held in place with a jeweled \ i.: .
porch his to goodbye to their $784,500,000 Christ in America; Dr. John R. Tampa,
: say =
Wholesale value of and state committeewoman also belt. Sliver slippers, ear-rings, a f
uncle-in saw who had been their parts Mott, ,chairman of the International chose a V .
accessories $250,000,000 black sports dress. Mrs. bag of sequins, long white kid gloves
Missionary Council, and former gen- Gary ""'
house guest for the past three
(Bradgood is not the real Gasoline consumption by motor eral secretary of the International Landis, wife of the Attorney General, and a jacket in new velvet that looks w ,'.'

name years. or the family' and inasmuchas vehicles, retail value, and committee of the Y. M. C. A; the 'dded another to the list of choos- like ermine, added to the ensemble'ssmartness. fI' ..

we are going to tell a few of the including tax $2,382,000,000 Rev. Frank B. Seely, president of ing black for the' morning ceremo. The final touch .was a', :
orchids. 1\1i
Lubricating oil used retail the General Synod of the Reformed shoulder corsage of s.'i\:'
family secrets, we from giv- nies.The F
Warren wore a lovely pink gown
value afternoon '
$359.100,000 'house
ing direct reference. However, youknow Church in America; Commissioner open was ;
t1o family and their uncle-in- Motor vehicles registered in Damon of the Salvation Army, At- i held at the Governor's mansion. The and matching accessories. r .

law who ]has taken'such a prominent the U. S. 24,276,000 lanta, and the Rev. Charles E.I. first lady was gowned in black lace And we must add in closing that : .

place in our daily business.) World registration of motor Burt, pastor of the First Baptist and a velvet jacket, also of black G. O. Weems, recently appointed
vehicles 33,026,000 church of, Macon, Ga. Mrs. Avedon wore a red frock, trim- commander, an honorary position on -
There tears in Mrs. Bradgood's
were no Percent of world's automobiles -- med with black fur. Mrs. Weems the Governor's staff, was seen 'among I
eyes, although, Jeanne, who in U. S. 73.0 Bishop Ainsworth will preach on I also chose black lace and velvet those present,' wearing the full dress '
had cold February,5; Dr. :McFarland on Feb-
a was sniffing audibly. :Miles of surfaced highways 868,000 jacket with yellow roses to give the uniform of his rank. Mr. and Mrs.
clinched teeth ruary 12; and Dr. Mott, on, February
Total miles of highwaysin added touch of color. Miss Warrenwas Weems were in the receiving line :
repeated the conventional speech to 26. Dr. Seely will preach on both
the U. S. 3,055,000 gowned in an afternoon frock at the Capitol.Zephyr Hills News.
departing guests with a real feelingof March 5, and March 12. Commissioner -
Highway and street
relief-The old man was going. ditures expen- Damon and Dr. Burt will also .' <
$1,900,000,000Persons speak in March but no dates have
You remember about three years employed in motor : '
been set.During.
ago the Bradgood's were going to vehicles and allied liens 3.700,000 '. ------ < "
build a house. They were also goingto Total motor vehicle users January the sermons are .... ,
epard their business. Then, without taxes $1,085,000,000 being delivered by the Rev Dr. Lewis .< .'.'-'"

warding this crabbed oldinlaw Gasoline taxes, federalstateand Seymore'Mudge of Philadelphia, .... <..

came into the home and spread himself municipal $595,000,000 former moderator and now chief permanent .. '.
out for 'a season of visitation.The .- executive of the Presbyterian During every panic or depression : :.: '-:

Bradgood's haven't built their church in th United States. REAL this country has had, real estate l> \

home nor expanded their business. Washingtonian Oh/ Yes. they The Vesper Services are short, values have dropped appreciably, but \.:....: .:;:

The old man. put a crimp into the often launder the soiled bills at the but each moment is filled with inspiration ESTATE in every instance when the return ';; J:::
plan for building a house and he Florida visitor-Would mind and each word carries a to normalcy, realty values have led ;:;.> :'.
squeezed a of doubt underBradgood's you message of wonderful import. The
all other values out of the depres, '
showing'me where they hang them <.:';
nose when he mentioned opportunity to hear such notable
expanding his business.: :out to dry? preachers is a most unusual one and its sion. History will repeat itself. Now ':,. ;..:::;
is the time to plant dollar in /
and themselves of your ;
When Bradgood suggested many are availing .r :
Myf. 'VILLVE HAVE WAR WITH real estate the earth. You will find '
increasingvalue -
the privilege each Sunday. ; .:
visiting the Jones' or the Smith's in --t.: :
the next block, it was the old man'scue JAPAN? four established causes pushing your ''k;:1i

to go into a veritable tirade on TIlE FLU V dollar (real estate value) high in ,'-/Si'J
the folly of the present social sys- For twenty years or more there 'the air. "\'--;;", 'F

tem. "T7hy should we visit them," have been threats of war betweenthe When your back is broke, and your (1) The increase In population., V "ry.:{;; '

he began. "Let's stay at home and United States and Japan and it ,Yes are blurred, There are more people on earth '.

visit among ourselves. If we go And shin bones knock and each but there is V '.i
is quite possible this would happen your year, no more land. ,
there, they will to lot of fuss -
go a -
and bother preparing refreshmentsand within a few years if it was not for your tongue is furred, for this increasing number, consequently iv
in entertaining us. Then next the lack of funds available to both And your tonsils squeak and your V J ,V; demands mean increasing -'

week they will come here expectingus countries.The hair gets dry ;'" values. "

to spend some money to enter- following excerpt from an ar- And you're doggone sure that you're 2, (2) The improvement in living 1

tain the''1.. This social whirl you ticle published in "McCall's" and going to die, ::. conditions each year. Things that ;.'. :
:, young f lks are in is just what But skeered won't and : .- .
I published in the Ft. Pierce News- you're you ... were formerly luxuries become ab- > .
causes t.:: rss hard times. Save your afraid will solute necessities.
you : land must ;<
T gives the views of :Morris '
money. ]know have
you a little Just drag to bed and have your chill, supply all of these, so the demands : '
nest egg saved up, but you had better Markey on the subject: :
And pray the Lord to see you thru, p .c. and values are increasing. tr
keep saving it. I'm mighty glad I "In Harbin :
talked to two
mem- "
talked ;you out, of that silly home- bers of an international commissionthe For you've) got the "flu, boy.You've (3) Extending cities. The rapid ;j.::.
building idea! you had-and branch- got the "flu. growth of our cities 'require, more '<' : ':
( Lytton commission) for the investigation -
ing out in businesshumphbetterwait and more land to accomodate the increasing V : Jt

'til times are better-" etc., etc. of Manchurian affairs. When your toes curl up and your population. This means .: \:;;:
One of them, an Englishman said: '
,As a consequence of this advice, belt goes flat, : higher values on all land, in and V : .:..'
which was, perhaps, given in all "Well, of course, it is America and And you're twice as mean as a r adjacent to our city. friendliness Japan. Sooner or later will have ,
the Bradgood's have you Thomas Cat, (4) Expanding transportation an- 'd.fi.'

been steadily losing contact with to scrap it out. Because you Americans And life is long and a dismal curse, ... '. nihilates distance, and values Increase f: 1 "
their fr:>,nd invited meddlers. You
They are out are are always
And food all tastes like hard .
your a with a. wider radius of our =n' y:;
a good Teal less. :" :
They have com trying to make the world behave. :1!':M.
pany lei, frequently. They are not "In the second place" he said, boiled hearse, cities This assures. continued increase "'.2F:;;:"

: i really losing their friends, but they "Japan is slipping-both because of When lattice ashes and your. head'sabuzz ': in real estate values : 7 ;

1 are losing that social touch with your opposition to her Manchurian VV :. We have four. first-class modern ;& :; ;
., j which comes new ideas and inspiraV policy and because the Chinese boy- And nothing is as it ever was, ./. homes in Clewiston that- we, are of'i: }"

J tion. They'sit at home and worry- Here are my sad regrets to you- : fering on reasonable terms. No finance ; '." .
cotts have ruined her trade. The / :- .
1 about business!' about friends What is it like this Spanish "flu"?
., i about money. The soldiers and sailors who run thingsat ': charges and a small down "iii ... .r
I Bradgood's are You've 'got the "flu" boy, r 0 payment, plus a small payment each T ..
, rot enjoying themselves as much'as! Tokio are itching for war. And V
'i they did when they were in close the odd thing is that they could You've got the "flu. -,,..', month, will buy you a home at <:. : ,, .;',.:

I I contact with others. Recently they beat you-at first, anyway. ::: prevailing prices. .; ,
1 i had began to think in circles; for ,"The What's'itlike, this Spanish "flu? '" .' :
"j ;. every move called for the expendli naval strategists at Wash- It is my Misery out of Despair.Ask >J!

i ture of a little money and the old ington and London know perfectlywell me, brother, for I've been thru, ,

q, : man's incessant talk' of hard times that the British and American It pulls your teeth and curls your Clewiston Home aAssociation'jl11
;, -: had cai'sed their realm of life to fleets combined couldn't lick the hair, I Building

be narrc..ved down to their own little, Japs in their own waters-and that It thins your blood and bares your :.r.

! family circle They had begun to is the place you'll have to fight. bones, I : )
, be irrit-ible. Mrs: Bradgood had ."Remember this: The Japs have And fills with and (V f
, even your craw moans '
secretly talked to a lawyer had a mandate over 600 Pacific Islands I '< i
about getting a divorce-13rad. groans,
Ii so cross. Ronald had the. idea of since the war. The mandate And sometimes maybe, you get well, ''

running away from home, and the I provides that they must not fortifythe Some call it ,'flu"-I call it H- -- h

kid is only 14; while Jeanne longed I islands But everybody knows -Anon. v

: fore the day to arrive when she that they have built naval bases at

should reach the mature age of 17 the Important points. They would COLLECTION PLATE ABOLISHED I. _
i and set "')ut for herself. Bradgood, cut off any British fleet from Its t

himself, who is one of the solid base. They could hammer down
I on Passing of /the collection plate
I businesslike j
type, has had
a strong the American line-Phillipines-Ha- will no longer be a matter of em-
J go where to get he away was not from known it all; to wall-and cut you in half. barassment to the worshipper with- y ;,.>,

start all over again. and "Oh, they couldn't last very longat out money at the First Baptist 1>111-'\> ;' "

tl j The old ) it, because they have no money. church. FARM LAND { ; :
man, with his talk, had But for Decision to discontinue the usual !
a year they could make
' unwittingly caused a home to totter; you collection at services of the church '..'$ 1
: a happy family to cast very miserable e, and they could killa '
j suspicious wes taken by the official board of
. and cold' glances at one another.- savage number of your handsome the church, Wednesday night. In .tt ;::

i, .glances' at one 'another.,-But now boys." place of this, two receptacles will be FOR .
. ; the old man has gone. The Bradgood's I remember then the of the
I' extra-or- located at the main entrance ,
.1 will visit their neighbors. dinary secret memorandum which auditorium where -members and

d; 1 They will relax and become sociable Premier Tanaka presented to the friends of the church may make vol-

wry j i' ,once turn more.their In a short time they will Japanese emperor and his council: untary contributions.The SPRING L14glh
minds toward that CROPS
new action was taken at the request -
"In the future
j r home Ronald if we wish to con-
; is less
anxious to of Rev L. E. Dutton pastor,
trol China the .... ....
{ ,! the paternal roof, and Jeanne primary move is to who predicts that church finances t.Tj .

( ;.. ... is helping her notber: with a lighter crush the United States." will not suffer because of the change.He ;::.-

.. heart. Mr. Bradgood is going over states that every person, rich or (
t ... to Jones' this evening and while' "What's the matter with you and poor, is welcome to his services, and si "
i.'... there the two will get their plans your girl?" that he wishes to avoid any em- :

J together for that business venture "We had a little tiff, I told her I barassment to those who under pre- : .'. 1'

V: which had been almost. forgotten. was going away forever, and she sent conditions .are unable to make The Clewiston Co.
::1 They,will
to revise their plans told me to go." contributions. $ :
,;', ;
now, since the delay has mat- "Well, if you're half a man, you The decision is an unusual one ,
erially changed the business horizon, will at least keep away from her a and will be watched with interest.

but they are fighters and enjoy couple of evenings." -Delray Beach News ,, .'..;. ,,

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JANUARY 20, 1933.r. .--'- --- TIlE CMJWISTON NEWS HB""* "I'O\/'I"1 =!',t'1-grI'R1:'-n' rM!-.:-<---:-- :y"'T-7'.Mt Ir.....,. '-rrjAr.vi, THREE.
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Mr. and Mrs. Norman,, A. Nielsen .I
and E. E.. :Kelly went to Ft. Myers Hints for HomemakeBy 'unba is the source of such power. He
Personal MentionE. I Saturday where the Nielsen's wentto !? 9 t J oolEeort :aid to tILe Scribes, "But that ye
Jane Rogers may know that the
select a new Chevrolet.TO son of man hath
I power on earth to forgive sins, (he

THE WIVES saith to the sick of the palsy,) I
E. Goodno and D. W. Small
unto thee
r >r say Arise, and take up
were visitors here Tuesday "Here's to the Pilgrim mothers; thy bed and go thy way into thine
they not only had to stand everything Subject: Jesus forgiving sins. own house."

Forestt Saxon, of Estero, spent I the Pilgrim fathers did, but i Golden Text: "The Son of Man The healing of the man's
'.. they had to stand the Pilgrim fath- I body,
Sunday, in Clewiston visiting friends. hath power on earth to forgive sins" could be seen and considered by the

ers.Never. l : Mark 2:10. assembled people, and would be

Miss. Margaret Jenkins spent the was this classic toast more Lesson Text: Mark 2:1-12., roof that Jesus had power to both
pertinent than it is today. Mothersnot
week end at her home in West Palm only have to economize on the ll Central Truth: The fact that Jesus heal the man's body and forgivehis

'K_ Beach, groceries do the laundry themselves forgave sins shows that Le is I sins. .

'M keep Mary from wasting quarters on divine. Our lesson tells of the effect of

x James Dew, of West Palm Beach, matinees, prevent Willie from using The Place of the Lesson: Caper. the words of Jesus on the sick man,
was in] Clewiston on business Mon- too much gas, and make over lastyear's "And
naum on the northwest shore of immediately he arose, took up
dresses; but they also have to I
I the bed, and went forth
listen to their husbands jawing about Lake Galilee. before them
--- business, cussing about taxes, and "And when he entered again into all; insomuch that they were all
: C. E. Baker, of Washington, D. C., wondering how in the deuce they I TO make boiled starch allow a I amazed, and glorified God, saying,
is spending the week here on bus am ffnfnp' to nay their_ hills..-Kinnn-. half cupful of. the dry starchto Capernaum, Christ had been .mak- "We never saw It on this fashion."
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ness. ria (Kan.: ) Gazette.EXPERIMENTING. a quart oi boning water. First ing his first circuit of Galilee, teaching As to
wet the starch with a little cold healing the paralytic, a
.j water, then pour the boiling wateron in all the synagogues of that writer on the lesson says, Jesus
Misses Ulla Jacobsen and Marcia TO FIND It, stirring all the while. Boil populace province, working miraclesof distinctly recognized the faith of
were\'visitors in Canal Point
Thursday.:,'" VALUE PALMETTO: CABBAGE for from thirty minutes to an healing to 'call attention to his the bearers as well as that of the
hour. Then, Just before taking it sufferer! who was borne. Humanly
from the fire, stir in a teaspoonful message, and preaching the good the .
speaking palsied man owed his
E. E. Kelly spent the week end in Florida State College, Tallahassee, of granulated sugar. news that God had sent his Son to
and salvation
recovery to the faith
Jan. 17-An
Orlando and Daytona Beach wherehe experiment to determinethe
\lead men to Himself, healing their
nutritive To the color in and self-sacrifice of his four friends.
went on business. value of the Florida set ginghams,
palmetto cabbage, used in certain etc., soak the garment for an hour sins. (Matt. 4:23.) Now he returned The great lesson comes out here
I. ;,t<. before washing, in a brine of cold to the city where he had that to an unknown extent it is >
of the pos.
parts state
by the classof
" Pace left for
'. .;i: Mrs. Evelyn Sunday poorer
made his home
water and ordinary table salt. The after being driven
: sible to inspire and to bring about
:'. Gainesville: where )she is visiting people as one of their main arti- '
' addition of a tablespoon of pow from Nazareth.'
: -: friends and relatives.Mrs. cles of ,diet, is being conducted by dered alum dissolved In boillc the salvation of others by our faith

Miss Cecilia Schuck, assistant pro- water, la also helpful. It was probably the house of Peter and cooperation. Our faith cannot

Paul Deam and hcildren, Bobby fessor of foods and nutrition at the where Jesus made his home when at supersede theirs. it is never; a sub

and Johnny spent the week end Florida State College for Women. Capernaum."And stitute for the faith of those more

in Clewiston with Paul Deam and immediately concerned but it does
Miss Schuck became interested in Hunger Marcher-How far is it to straightway many were gath- ;

. Miss Kathryn Deam.. the project a short time ago after Washington? ered together, insomuch that there prompt rand strengthen their faith. '

learning from state welfare workers Farmer-Well, It's 60 mile as the was no room to receive them, no, One of the books asks and ans-

:Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hooker and that the row flies. not so much as about the door; and wers this question, Why did Christ
f' was being usedas
Marcher-Yes, but far is it if .
family spent' Sunday in Palmdaleas he preached the word, unto them." announce the forgiveness of the
a staple food in sections of to and
' guests of Mr. Hooker's mother, many \the darned crow had walk
I' Mrs. M. C. Hooker. Florida.'J. carry a pack with him? "The word," which he was speak- man's sins rather than the healing
of the palsy? Because the Savior
ing was the of Salvation.
,11 A. Aigler, secretary-treasurer of doctrine
knows that sin Is the fundamental
,, Mrs. E. D. Benn'ett, and Mr. and the Martin county welfare associa- '"You are in a bad, way," the When they: heard, him preach and
Mrs. R. B. Waldron were visitors in tion, is supplying Miss Schuck with doctor told the Irishman at the saw the miracles he performed "they disease. All sickness, all trouble of
: West Palm Beach Friday pital. "Would you like to hos-I any kind, is to be traced back to
: the cabbage for her experiment. come unto him, bringing one sick
IIf priest?" !. sin. If sin is cured, all Is cured. '

f ,.', Mr. and Mrs. K. C. Alston, ,of At present the work on the ex- "Did ye say I had scarlet fever, of the" palsy, which was. bourne of Diseases, furthermore. may be healed x
Belle Glade, were visiting friends periment is being conducted on white sir?" four. ,The palsy was doubtless a by other physicians, but Christ alone

\=, '._ in Clewiston Sundey afternoon. rats in the research department to I! "You have, and a serious case." form of paralysis, which usually can cure sin; Christ alone is the

- determine the vitamin content of "Then, send for the rabbi. I don't I renders the body helpless. "And physician the soul.NOTICE. -

j I;.' : Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Redelsheimer the cabbage. Later on in the year want to give the fever to the priest. when they could not come nigh unto -

i it and son Billy, were guests of friends Miss Schuck expects to test for want "to give the fever' to the> priest, 1 him for the press, they uncovered -

! :, in West Palm Beach over the week minerals and carbohydrates.An do I? the roof where he was; and when

I' ': end. interesting feature of the cabbage they had broken' it up, they let down Of Landowners' Meeting

the bed wherein the sick of the ,..-
Miss Schuck '
said is
that it '
Lieut. C. Nelson, of, the Jacksonville is considered a delicacy by the 1: .w, : -It _.' ._ il palsy lay." When Jesus saw their Annual Landowners' meeting of

office of the U. S. Engineer wealthier people and an article of faith he said unto the sick of thepalsy Sugarland Ddrainage District will
was here on official business Thurs- I be held in the office of the Districtin
Son sins be
every day diet by the poor people. ; thy forgiventhee.
Clewiston Florida at 10:00 o'
I ."
I' EVERGLADES i clock A. M., February 10. 1933, for
I' Joe Cato returned to Clewiston : Mother-Goodness! Here's a note R.. The friends of the sick man then the purpose of electing one supervisor -
j' Saturday from Canal Point where he from Hazel saying she and that cra- THEATREBELLE brought him to Jesus, hoping that'I of said Drainage District to

had been located for the past two ,zy pianist have eloped. he might be healed of his bodily serve for a ,term of three years, and
., months. Father-That's great. Now let's affliction. Jesus saw that the man for the transaction of such other
I 'i :;get busy and move away so they GLADE tf needed spiritual healing more than business as may properly come be .

I Bo. Humpries, of Jasper spent last .can't find us when they get back. physical, and at once forgave his fore the, meeting.
! week in Clewiston and Canal Point I II R. Y. Patterson,
sins. "But there certain of
I, with friends. He left for his'' home. STATE EXHIBIT OF CITRUS ., were Secretary.F. .
the scribes there
I sitting and reasoning -
Sunday. FRIDAY & SATURDAY Deane Duff,
GROVE TO BlE ATTRACTIONA in their hearts, why doth this President.

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cothern, of man ,thus speak blasphemies? who BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

. Moore Haven, were guests of Mr. citrus grove in full productionin After can forgive sins but God only?" SUGARLAND DRAINAGE DISTRICTJan

and Mrs. W. W. Hooks and family the heart of Chicago. No, it's not Night NightWith. I Most of the Scribes and Phariseesdid 2027.|

last Saturday.Mr. just a pipe dream, it will be a real- I not believe in Jesus as the Son

ity during the Century of Progress 0 I. of God, nor that he had supernatural -
and Mrs. E. R. Fontaine spent Exposition which begins in Chicagoin GEORGE 'RAFTCONSTANCE power to forgive sin, and for NOTICEOf
several days of last week in June and continues
Tampa through Oc- CUMMINGS that reason they said he blasphemedthat Landowners' Meetnig
<, where Mr. Fontaine went on busi- tober of this year. And it will bea
ALISON SKIPWORTHMAE is, claimed to ex':cise powers
ness. They also. visited relatives Florida citrus grove, growing on Annual Landowners' meeting of
which belonged to God. The
WEST only
while there.
muck soil--both soil and Clewiston Drainage District will be
trees WYNNE GIBSON Scribes would have been right, If I
being to
Chicago. held in the office of the District in
R. L. Murray, of the Harley Wat- The only thing missing will be the y Jesus had not been God's Son. Clewiston, Florida. at 11:00 o'clockA.

son Ford agency, in Arcadia, spent Florida climate. A Smoth Flowing-Fast :Moving "And immediately, when Jesu;: I M., February 10, 1933, for the
/ Tuesday and Wednesday in Clewis- This citrus grove will be a partof Comedy Drama That Sparkles I perceived in his spirit that they so purpose of electing one supervisorof
ton on busnless. Florida's exhibit at the Centuryof With Clever Dialo e-\\re Heartily reasoned within themselves. he said said Drainage District to serve

Progress Exposition ,which is be- Endorse This Piciurc.Ii!Ii unto them, Why reason ye these for a term of three years, and for
W. T. Hull, clerk of the circuit ing assembled under the direction of (Signed) Management.: things in your heart? Whether It the transaction of such other business

court, and Frank A. Daughtrey, tax the state department of agriculture.: is easier to say to the sick of the as may properly come before
collector, of LaBelle, were here on Numbers of trees are being taken ADDED the meeting.
business from the ,palsy, Thy sins be forgiven thee; or
Tuesday'afternoon. Flamingo Groves on the COMEDYSHORT; NEWS I R. Y. PATTERSON,
muck soils near Hollywood and Davie to say, Arise, and_ take up thy bed, Asst. SecretaryF.

Mr. and Mrs. T. V. Watson, of Every effort is being made to see and walk?" Deane Duff,
West Palm Beach, spent a few hours that a crop of oranges will be in Jesus performed his miracles for President.
Tuesday in Clewiston where Mr. full sway on the trees by June. the purpose of proving to the people
Sunday Monday- TuesdayHarold
Watson had come on business.C. The grove is tentatively scheduledto that he had supernatural power and CLEWISTON DRAINAGE DISTRICT.

contain 25 Valencia trees, 4 was the representative of GoJ who )Jan 20)27.Open ) .
S. Maddox, of the Maddox Ma grapefruit, 2 lemon, 1 satsuma, 1 Lloyd....... ,
chine works, of Archer, was here tangerine, 8 kumquat and 7 calamon- --- -- -- -

transacting business with the sub- din trees. Also, it will contain four

office of the U. S. Engineer, yester- royal palms and 19 other palms, giv- ,MOVIE CRAZYThe Tk --L
day. ing a typical Florida setting. Visitorsto -
the Exposition will have opportu

Mjrs. J.; I. Redtsh, of Orlando nity to see real oranges growing on King of Funsters in a Bjrand)

was the guest. of her daughter, Mrs, real trees. and will not have to be New Line-Filled With Riotou
C. W .McDonald last week end. She content with looking at pictures. Interesting ,
.was accompanied by two other dau and attractive dioramas of Humor That'll Rock You From .

ghters' Mrs. Florence Martin and Florida's attractions are to, be included Your Seats! Two Years In. The Clewiston Course

Miss Laura Belle Redish, also of in the Florida exhibit also. Making.. Good News For The i

Orlando. There is little doubt that a real Whole Family.Wednesday. ,
errmvins1' p.itnio Irnvp.-"in. the floc>i"
:.=..=wiT -be"' -<
as it were
George R. Hilty, head of the ad- an outstanding ADDED i
attraction at the Exposition, and will 51!!!!!
vertising department of the Florida COMEDY: SHORT NEWS
Power and Light company, of Miami, draw much favorable attention to
spent a few hours in Clewiston Mon- Florida. -- ,
day ori his way to Miami from Ft. "

Myers, and other points no .the INTENSIVE PLANS Ul'DERVAY Thursday Itothe

Trouble In Paradise .,
Maj. H. Bragdon, who took the Plant City.-(Special)-Intensive "'---- S-

Washington post made vacant by preparations are being made hereunder
the transfer of Maj. B. C. Dunn to the direction of Secretary H. WITH- '

the Jacksonville office of the U. S. H. Huff, of the Florida Strawberry: MIRIAM HOPKINS

Engineer, ,was here on an official Festival association, in preparationfor EVERETT HORTON Moderate Green Fees
visit Wednesday the fourth annual Strawberry
.--- Festival to be held here Feb. 28- -

Lieut. Feringa, disbursing officerof I March 4. Indications point to one CHARLIE RUGGLES Exceptional Fairways
the Jacksonville office of the U. I of the most interesting 'as well as KAY FRANCISd c

/.-' S. Engineer; and A. H. Lynch, chief educational programs of events and

.(< T. accountant of the Washington office schedule of exhibits In the historyof Melodramatic Comedy Filled, GreensThe
of the U. S. Engineer, were in Clew- the annual berry fete. With Suspense and Surprises Interesting

iston on business Wednesday.A Tentatively arranged, each day of A Picture You Will Enjoy; From
the exposition will provide an .interesting
Start to Finish.MATINEE .
benefit bridge will be givenat feature for visitors in addi ,
the home of Mrs. B. A. Bourne tion to the agricultural displays
next Thursday night, the proceedsof which will be put on by communities COMEDY: -SHORT NEWS- Most Popular Recreation I
/ which will be given to the St. of this section of the county. While --
/ Margaret's church here. Mrs. Bourne : the 'strawberry will be featured thru Center in Clewiston
requests that all who expect to par- out the exposition, there will be .
ticipate to make their reservations much space devoted to the exhibitsof SUNAY FROM J5 p.in. tr

,. with her -Wednesday afternoon at various agricultural products
pro a---
the latest. ," duced In the hinterlands of the .Y y r .
R lay winter'strawberry capital: / .
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Remember Plants Are AliveIn
May WeddingsThe
I i ,
dealing with plants cautious can
superstitious belief that
new road department chair May
They laughed at Robert Fulton I man, C. B. Treadway, of Tavares, marriages are unlucky is merely because must be exercised, because they are Don'tGETUP
when h? said he could run a boat was unknown to a majority of Floridians the church, In the old days, living things whlch are always chang
by steam. when appointed to that posi- banned that month. It Is not when ing. Unless this Is remembered serious ;
The y guffawed at Samuel F. B tion about ten days ago by Governor you marry, but whom, thatmatters.. mistakes may be made in land-
Morse when he said he could send Sholtz. The fact that the new mem- May Is as lucky as any other month. scaping the 'home groumds-
messages over miles of wire in a bers of the department were strangers .
f split second. to them led to a skeptical feelingon
They roared at Alexander Graham the part of many citizens who are At NightIf
Bell when he said he could do the interested in the state ana its affairs. Writer of Song UnknownThe One* Life and Principle

same thing for the human voice. to want to know something of the I Library of Congress says It has There are people who tend to shape are one of the milloins who
And they laughed at Harold Lloyd men who are its leaders. in the past conducted exhaustive research their lives In accordance with definite must get several times a night

when he said he wanted to be a Gleaning the exchanges for news I In order to find the history ot principles-and others who prefer to your trouble up is probably due to an

comedian! of Mr. Treadwey we find that he I the song "All Through the NIght. All adjust their principles to the con- irritation of the bladder or excess .-. '

All four of the the gentlemen and managed have is well and favorably known in Lake I It has been able to find Is that It Is a tingencies of their own particular fate acidity of the urine. Then just try .J t qI
} up themselves ulti- county and its immediate neighborsand very old traditional Welsh song, and In both cases, all that is Involved Is I GOLD MEDAL
had a good ,
mately. Fulton propelled his boat by that although this is his first the 'co poser,.Is unknown. an effort to make life as comfortableas HAARLEM OIL CAPSULES
state office he has long been a prominent -
steam; Morse sent his messages by figure in local business and possible; while the Important During 23T years thIs fine old pre- I
Bell talked his tele- is to face each experience milions. Insiston
telegraph; over political affairs. Mr. Treadway dameto thing new paration has helped

phone; and Lloyd is now making a Florida from Kentucky, first locating 81 without prejudices or assumptions, Gold Medal. 35 cents.
very comfortable income by being a at Sebring. He homesteadedthere even at the risk of continual mistakes. -- 1
comedian. before the late George E. Se- 'w' V -Arthur Schnitzler In Vanity Fair. !
"Movie Crazy," his latest laugh bring founded the town in 1912.!> It's Results II
picture, with Constance Cummings :Mr. in '
Treadwey was an attorney
playing opposite him, is at the Ev- and to Florida for
Kentucky came I A ::
erglades Theatre at Belle Glade next the benefit of his eye sight. He That Count!
week for three days.It .
became editor of the Sebring White JJ
was back in the old ,days when Way, the town's first paper. He was Folks who read the Indepen-
Lloyd was playing on the old Mack of and moved 1 1I
city attorney Sebring, dent soon form the habit of
Sennett lot that he decided he wanted .
from there several to locatein
ago I reading the Want Ads. Be- '
to continue_, as _a comedian.Ford Tavares. During his residencein
Sterling eo then Bennett's:: head the latter town, he has served cause they invariably find Clewiston noli{ CollrseOpen
F comedian, got him aside and told him two terms "on the board of county some item, some bargain or I

what he and the rest of the company commissioners, a number of yearson business opportunity or pre-

thought of the idea. the city council; on the board of ferred service that fits in pre-
"Listen, Harold," he said. "Why trustees of the school; was worshipful cisely with one of their needs.
don't you forget about comedies? master of the Tavares masonic ..
You're not funny: loking. You shouldbe lodge; was p'resident'for five yearsof ) \
I doing your stuff with D. W. Grif the Lake Region Packing associa- Your Market PlaceThe

fith. tion; a member of the board of directors -
Lloyd shook his head. "I'm*goingto of the Florida Citrus Exchange Want Ad section of The to thePublic ,.-
be a comedian," he insisted. And and of the Exchange supply Independent is St. Peters- -, >, ". ,
in spite of the laughs that followed burg's real market ',' -: .
\ company; and president of the Ta- place- .
Miis statement he persisted. ..
vares Kiwanis club. For the past where everyone gathers with .J

I several years he 'has been engagedas something to buy, sell or ex-
XO. FURTHER RELIEF NEEDED liquidator of several banks in change. That's why Indepen- ,
HERE COUNTY COUNCIL SAYS Lake county. Mr. Treadway Is a .
dent Want Ads are naturally
brother-in-law of Fax Haskins of ,i
(Continued from page 1) Sebring, and of Mrs. Herbert Reck result getters. Moderate Green Fees
need any relief funds this month. of Avon Park. I
Minimum charge five lines
I' We hope readers will feel that _
.... Iq December the committee reported they have been introduced to the (about- 30?words' )._$1..Q5. for Exceptional Fairways

'-- 89053 families, made up of road department chairman. ; ViiOttgiiies -3'days( and only $1.80 a week I s. _._ .___--
',- 293,376 persons were assisted al- ei reu"'d.-total stranger at the (6 days) in'two editions daily .. "
; "tntJiJgh_ there were 125,362 families time: of his appointment. o Interesting GreensThe

:.. or 413,1 ZC !JldJ.- '_ i registered af TheEvellinglndepelldeet I'

l seeking aid. Relief funds spent totaled THEIR FINGERS CROSSED

"'-_ Se'ez:.'y-one per cent of the regis- Every time a newspaper in Florida ,

=- tered destitute receivd relief from puts in a good word for a road building "The Sunshine Newspaper" Most Popular Recreation

the state agency and of the aid giv- holiday it does so with its fin- Center in Clewiston

,; 84 per rent: was in the form of relief gers crossed. Attention has frequently Independent Want Ads cover

work.: However, the committee been called to exceptions made St. Petersburg and Pinellas 4

continued, each family assisted re- by the Miami Herald and Tampa Tri- county "Like the Sunshine."

ceived only an average of fiveand bune when they call for knockingoff Ao t V V

seven-tenths! cents per day. work. They say there ought tobe ,

-. The figures presented, said John a road holiday on everything except -
P. Ingle, of Jacksonville chairmanof projects in which Tampa and ;

the committee, covered only the Miami are interested. Npw comes -

relief work carried on in the 6'j the Bradenton Herald, being some- <'<

counties through the state agency what more broad mineded. Our nei- < Messengers of Good Will ,

and did not include the activities of ghbor up in Manatee county is arg- .
county and city pension and pauper uing for a million dollar improvement --- _._'
funds, of churches, lodges and oth- on the Tamiami Trail in that -- .

er organizations."Here vicinity but instead of contendingthat

we have the answer to nothing else should be done it

why prosperity does not return, would apply the road holiday onlyto

whrn-9 nvsinc-ss:: conditions do- not west Florida until that section I

ijjiTV; : ?: *": d *,i-rrncr Sholtz. goes ahead on its own hook and

"Onerd: of the population of builds as many roads as have been Ar ez of IJ.

I the state is without work and without constructed by counties elsewhere in J.

the bare necessities of life. We the state. J.J

1____ must
get these people back on their As matters have been arranged by-

feet, put them back to work so their the so-called county gasoline tax
buying power will be restored. Then
distribution it makes no difference
business will pick: up; then prosper-
whether the state or counties build j:
ity will be restored.
roads which are part of the state
; "Of necessity, this relief work ,1
system. It all comes out of the gas
must be' tapered off (i ii'
it is haltEd tax. If the counties build them

entirely. Ifc cannot go on for- hey: are repaid from the proceedsof
ever and the''
people themselves
three cents of the gas tax.
must help to reduce the demands
I. In counties which didn't build
until a normal condition is reached. "
"These facts prove conclusivelythe them the, state now does it out of ,

need for greater economy iu another three cents of the gas tax.
;' public Except for a fraction of one cent !
expenditures of all kinds-
Ij federal, state. county and city. People allotted tq the schools, six cents of 4, I

who cannot buy the necessitiesof the seven-cent gas tax goes for roads
I life -three cents for those the counties
cannot pay: taxes or otherwise
built about two cents for mainten-
I contribute to the support of
I government." ance and one cent for new construc-

'j Florid to date has received approximately tion.

; $2,500,000 from the That one cent for new construction -

"{I Reconstruction Finance corporation, is what all the grabbing is aboutIt is difficult for all nations to toum, Cospicua-are regular-ports of canned pumpkin. Add two- .

s for relief work in this state. Fundsare is all that would be involved in IT on the question of tariffs for the cargoes of tin cans which thirds cup sugar, mixed with two-

on hand, it was said, to carry a road holiday. Surely the Braden- and national debts. After all, leave our shores. thirds teaspoon salt, two-thirds
( the work through February and the ton Herald doesn't want maintenance these are largely a matter or And to our shores also, come teaspoon ginger, two-thirds teaspoon
which side of the fence-or the delicacies from other lands, safely cinnamon and one-fourth
state advisory committee today de- discontinued. That would not be ocean-you live en. borne to us in protective tin con- teaspoon nutmeg. Then add two

l: -voted its session to planning the economy; it would result in expen- But all nations agree on one tainers. From the sunny fieldsof beaten eggs and one and one-third
t f, work. sive deterioration, and surely the thing which they advocate-good Hawaii we get our choicest cups of milk. Heat in a doublebe

: Herald doesn't wish that there food The United States, becauseIt I pineapple-better pineapple than Her and pour into a pie tin

'i i ECONOMY-- IX STATE should be any interference with the is the largest food canning the horticulturists of kings ever lined with pastry. Bake, having
URGED BY W. S. CAWTHOX arrangement by which a share of country in the world, is able to I, learned to grow; from Russia, the oven hot-450 egrees-for
the three-cent allotment goes to reimburse supply this good food to all nations -I caviar which was formerly servedat the first ten minutes, the: reduceto

;; (Continued from page 1) Manatee for its and so our tin cans go out feasts of the Czar; mackerel 325 degrees for the remaining .
county enterprise -
from the icy waters of Norway, time-about thirty minute or
of will the
it. with oth 'r stated, the as messengers good to.
report is
says, in state roads before
in wine pimientosfrom until a knife when inserted,
i'1'1 25th in farthest corners of the world. put up ;
; average daily attendance to they around to it. The Hol-
got Spain, bisquits from comes out clean-
I I'' each teacher, forty third in salaries In Palace and Peasant Hut I
1 U! of teachers( principals and supervisors Herald should be informed if it land; crabmeat from far-off Japan. And Don't ,oath i
.:, and fortieth in annual cost isn't, that the seventh cent of'the The royal chef who preparesthe American ways of serving
per feast in American foods are also in Spareribs with Saucrleraut:
holiday Buckingham
!: pupil in average daily attendance. gas tax already goes for other pur-
Palace, puts into his famous demand. Just as we like to Cover .,nt> and one-half pounds &t
: The cost per pupil in Florida poses-such as paying for legislative -
: \ per dishes choice foods from "tins," serve spaghetti In the most approved spareribs with plenty of water;
; year is shown in the report to be attaches, grand juries and the
and cook for about
as cans are termed in England; Italian fashion, because cover an hour
49.74, whereas the average cost per like. Does the Herald want to take the Arab peasant in soft blue tho Italians have perfected the adding more water if rtec'vsary.Have .
J pupil throughout the United States the last cent the road at least two of
departmenthas robes, gathering into his woven mays of serving this national cup liquid
is listed
at $S6.52. and spend it for stuff like that? basket those heaps of golden dish, other nations are learning left on the meat at tb,! end of
4 Mr. C'i\rthon' declared that pres- That's what road fruits from the groves of orange hew to serve our corn-on-the-cob an hour. Add the contents of'one /
sure from the outside of the class a holiday means. and olive trees, looks forward to In good old Dixie style, and our !. No. 2 can of sauerkraut, anft con- -
room has resulted in the expansionof It means giving to the general fund the end of his day's labor and a baked beans.after the manner of tinue cooking for thirty minutes : ;
the curriculum some part of the proceeds of one until the meat is
"Publishers of can of salmon for supper; the New England. or very tender
text books manufacturers of laboratory cent of the gas tax now availablefor gnarled Spanish woman, out en There are many canned foods and the liquid somewhat reduced.
,,i equipment have doubtless contributed new construction. Of the seven the road from Seville, who fries which are difficult to serve In away Season, if desired, and serve.
their share to this expan- cents which the motorist pays the bunelos in pots of sizzling fat to more delicious than we serve This serves four persons.
't sion." :state as a tax on gasoline it would sell to the passersby, will perhaps them in this country. Here area Roast Lamb with Bacon and
-- Prune Garnish: Roast the lamb
seem that he is entitled to at least : feast on canned California few of thejn:
peaches, as the piece de r sistt as usual. Drain a can of prunes
Library We Recommend
{ "Immortalf"The.
one cent's worth of new roads. A
ance for her Sunday dinner. well, and wrap a thin strip of
tr ."Immortal lelgbt" referred to In road holiday would take even that Every capital in Europe, as well Country Pumpkin Pie: Smooth bacon around each prune. Fasten

;: English Uteratun? are Milton, Shakespeare pittance away from him and we can- I as places that you are aware of one-half cup of cottage cheese, or with a toothpick. Broil until the
Coleridge. Shelley, Kea, By. not justify anything so utterly un- only when you refer to your atlaa pass it through a sieve and then bacon is crisp. Serve as a garnJsU ,

ron, Browning nnrt Tem. yang:' alr...-Ft. Myers News-Pres, H Q 5Iu t Qrp, Addis Ababa, Khar .I pilx with one'wtf( we-thlrd. cups around tho roast! iamb,. '


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