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 27, 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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Tallahassee (FPA) Changesin change in the meeting date of
IS LOW BIDDER .ON the motor vehicle department' the Hendry County School Board COLLECTOR'S
this week included the appointmentof

, !'tr William Griffis, of' Okeechobee, RESEARCH BRANCHF3016 calls for its regular meeting Satur-
as inspector replacing James A. Bo- day afternoon. The change was

ehm, of Dania, and Frank F. Thompson made in order to permit the board

of Lake City, to succeed Watts IS STEP 'NEARER GOAL members to carry out their own COMMISSIONERS: : WIRE

NEW YORK. : FIRM GETS UNIT OF Bethea, also of Lake City. TO. PRODUCE. CANE HERE vocations without interfering with SAYING APPARENT
DIKE FROM BACOM'S POINT W. S. McLin, head of the depart- YEAR 'ROUNDDr.
TO. ST. LUCIE CANAL ment tendered his resignation to the work of the school board. EXISTS IN ACCo.U.

the governor several weeks ago, effective B. A. Bourne, in charge of Governor--Dave Sholtz

February first. His succes- the research department of the U. ted Saturday by the

The Spadaro Construction com- sor has not ben announced.CLEWISTON S. Sugar corporation here, announced EXPRESSION CLASS Board of Commissioners
of New York City was low bid-
the development of a-sugar cane, auditor to check the
der on the 15 mile stretch of levee known officially as F-3016: which TO GIVE REQLAL} mer Tax Collector J.
between Bacom's Point and the St.
TEAMSCHEDULE matures in eight months and has a whose books the
Lucie Canal, according to bids open-
sugar content of slightly more than appear to be about $5,000

,A ,Spadaro ed in Jacksonville bid of .0987 cents Tuesday.per cubic The MADEA 10 per cent.F3016 of'the A recital by pupils of Mrs. Norman' Tax Collector Frank A.
is one six hundred
who succeeded Taylor in
yard was lowest of the six bids filed special A. Nielsen's class in expression will
with the U.. S. Engineer. Spadaro's varieties under observationby be held Wednesday night at 8:15: at year, says he found a
the research department, which tion sheet totaling $
the high school auditorium. Thereare
will be .
; total contract $1,397,592.The heavy, hard basketball schedulefor during the past twelve months has collector's office but
five pupils, all beginners in
next commercial companywas tha remainder of the season is made a study of 3000 varieties of : depository receipt
of Bal- who are on the program.
the Arundel Corporation
announced this, week by Prof. M. G. cane.
posit of the amount.A .
bid 13 cents The pupils who are to,take part
timore, whose was per
Langford. principal of the Clewiston The cane was planted in test plotsin special meeting of
the in the recital are: Walker Fear,
cubic yard on 14,160,000 yard
school. Clewiston, Shawno, and Belle
commissioners was held
Bobby and Dick Patterson, Betty
estimation. There is only one open date on Glade. The seed ewer put in the connection with the
" Hooks, and Roberta Spicer.
) The Spadaro company is alreadyat the schedule, that is Tuesday Feb. field in February and milled in October to which the former

work on one unit of the federal 21, which Prof. Langford says he expects which is less than the aver- Aside from the readings by the asked to and make
. Moore Haven young expression pupils, there will appear
,; levee located between to be taken in a few days. age time for maturity of sugar cane. planation., Mr. Taylor
be a few musical numbers. lIrs.Niel-
and Fisheating Arrangements are being made to It is the object of the research pear. He was confined to
In the bids opened in Jacksonville play the fast playing outfit from Ar- workers to develop a cane which sen said. in Felda with influenza.
ments's bid There will be no admission charged -
Tuesday the gover was cadia. The Arcadia team's scheduleis will mature in a shorter time, givea his brother, Marvin Taylor

? placed at 11.7 cents, which accord- filled, with the exception of Sat- higher sugar content and grow for the recital. and reported that his
The following numbers included -
ing to the government figures, are
urdays. They liave asked for a with more tonnage per acre, until \ requested him to
for the on the program:
amounts to 1656295.73 with the Clewiston "most the maximum of is reached.
I game boys, efficiency board that the accounts
levee. It is "The Fidgets, "Keep A-Goin',
fourth; section of any Saturday," and the principal of By cross breeding the F-3016 and the former collector 1
and "Getting Washed, Walker
the to by
customary for government the school is trying to arrange a day I j with some of the other 600 canes come an audit.

enter a bid on each project. If the on his schedule when the Arcadia (Continued on page 4)) Fears. ,After an executive
, nearest competiting bidder files a A dialog, a clipping from TomSawyer's
team be invited to Clewiston.
commissioners, through
than 25 cent higher Love Affairs, by Roberta
bid for more per -
The have made wonderful
than the government's, the fed- boys Spicer and Walker Fears. way, the chairman, sent
: progress since the season opened and Kiwanis Dance Here
ing telegram to Governor
the "The Watermillin, "Baseball in
eral engineering corps accepts
are giving a good account of them-
is done to the Park," "Elmer Brown," and "At "At a special meeU
contract. This keep contractors '
f selves in each contest. 7A
Tuesday February County Commissioners
. 1 >. within a margin of cost. Dancing School, by Bobby Patterson. -
For the remainder of the season County held this date,
The unit will probably require approximately -
the schedule of the Clewiston teamis shortage former tax
"The Shave Store. "The Price of
40 months to complete,
: dance given by the Clewiston
as follows: Greatness and "The Woe of made to appear.
since the yardage estimated an
average ,Kiwanis club will be given at the
Team Date Place audit of same. (Signed)
Unwilling Orator Dick Patter
is about 400,000 yards per month. Clewiston Inn Feb- by
Tuesday night, "
LaBelle Tuesday Jan. 31 LaBelle Dunaway. Chairman.
::' -:. to'the son.
In the section to be awarded 7th it announced Vic-
Alva Friday, Feb 3 Alva ruary The message was sent to
"Little Ah Sid "Cuflhvllle
,,, Spadaro company it is said that tor Blate chairman of the entertainment Hop,
Moore Haven, Tues. Feb 7, There see, but Governor Sholtz
and "Ma and the Auto
much of the territory contains rock committee. by Betty
',55 Moore Haven, Fri. Feb 10, Here Hooks.: I of the members of his
: which will slow the progress of the Vincent Armore's Arcadians willfurnish
dike.,, Pahokee, Tues. Feb 14, There "Sugar Plum Tree," "The Bumble in Belle Glade at' the time 4)i
-- "* "'Lake Worth Fri. ,Feb. 17 There music. I spection of the State
; "
"' Joseph SpacI oieaci: of the con- :" The pro'ceeds rt le"da'I1dWilI'.be- .Bee, "Five Little Pigs, and "Some-
Open Tues. Feb 21, Open. body Did,*' by Roberta Spicer. there, and did -,nott
struction company, arrived in Clew- **** given to the clubs treasury for the
capital Tuesday
iston Wednesday'to begin immediate in A reading entitled "Mud Pies" will
under-privileged children's
Mr.' Taylor is quoted
plans for starting the contract. ;. this be given by Betty Hooks. Bobby and
Okeechobee, Fri. Mar.3 Here locality. Dick Patterson.A the officials at the court

i Alva, Tues. Mar. 7. Here cordial invitation is extended by (Continued on ,page

Tri-County tourn'mt.. Mar. 10 Alva the performances.
The dates of Friday and Saturday
February 24th and 25th are being

c j ; METHODS OF EAST held trict open tournament for the South in Miami.Florida If Dis-the' EVERGLADES UNIT ASSESSOR. HERE FEB. 8.

Clewiston boys are successful in their Hurd L. Reeves, Hendry county:

: : WITH EVERGLADES'PRIMITIVE game with Pahokee, February 14, OF PRISON FARM. tax assessor will be in Clewiston at I

V the team plans to enter the Miami the Clewiston Motor Company build- LEAD OVER

tournament. ------;; ing Wednesday, February 8th to accept -



LOCALLY. Prisoners Escape Co.NSo.J.ilDATlo.NPossibility. ON "RED" TEAM- '

"Man in the Moon"
from Glades FarmTwo .
Planting their fields in crooked that the EvergladesFarm ---- ;0'

rows, erecting joust sticks at the Gaining 39 points "to
branch of the state prison.
r- Will Be Presented, ponents' 30, the "Reds" _
corners of their fields and offering
will be the central figure in thestate's
A. J. Rowe
their prisoners, serv- iston's first annual {
prayers and'incantation to
ing a life sentence for the fourth set up of vegetable farms was
tournament here
good spirits, is the way Chinese
in offense' of stealing automobiles. and indicated by Governor Dave Sholtz A three act comedy entitled "The I "Blues." Although the
farmers conduct their business
Ham Hunter, sentenced from Mana- upon his return Wednesday to the Man in the Moon," will be presented ed the best ball
contrast with the scientific methodof
tee county for a four year term for capitol from a tour of inspection' of at the high school auditorium by 10 points behind. they
cultivation now carried on in the
Everglades, the Kiwanis club was breaking and entering, escaped from state institutions.The members of the local high school, rally and cut the lead

i the ,State_ Prison Farm at Belle trip to the state institutionsthe Thursday, February 9th. Miss Sue point margin.
bel : Glade early Sunday night. They Governor said, caused him to Maxwell, head of the English depart- According to the
who returned last year from a
have not been located. believe that many,improvements can ment, is coaching the cast. the tournament a dinner
tour of the Orient. Mr. Swiebel, a
be made and many economies in ad- The characters and players are:
representative of the Caterpillar The detective sergant who arrested I en for those taking
dition to those recently made, can Margaret West, Roberta George
tractor company was the guest of ,Rowe in Miami said Rowe had I play, with the "Blues"
E. E. Kelly. stolen 10 automobiles in seven days be put in force. The governor said Minerva West. Evelyn Hare I hosts. The time for the
he believed that $100,000 can be Mrs. West. Mary Louis? Oglesby :
.. In his graphic description of the after being given a suspended sen not been announced.
saved yearly at the Raiford prison Miss Gold Jewel Lowe
; farming in China. Japan and Form- tence. Rowe was sentencd Decem- Dr. W. J. White, of
ber 1,7 1932. alone. Miss Chesterfield. Betty Spicer who frequents the
osa, Mr. Swiebel explained that the ,
Chinese planted their crops in The State Farm at Belle Glade Mrs. Clint Yung Ve<*ta Allen was high point winner on

crooked rows in order to prevent now has slightly more than 100 pris- Crepe Johnson Louise Waldron adding seven points to
the working of evil spirits, which, Auto Stolen Sunday oners, farming a 400 acre farm of Henry West Van Eush High point position was

the Chinese still believe, operates the state. The state owns approx- Billy West Bobby Hare he Reds between Shirley

in straight ,lines through the fields. From Barracks HereNo imately 4000 acres of fertile Ever- Courtney Radford Merrcl\ Lowe A. N. Gallant, and Ed

In the corner of the field, the Chi- glades lands in the vicinity of Belle Clint Yung Bob Mitchell of whom annexed seven

' ," nese farmer will erect joust sticks I Glade and this will probably be put Ben Wilson Richard fester the side.

containing some form of incense trace has been found of the I into crops for the state institutions.The Jonah Daniel William Hooks The Reds stepped out in

> which they believe will invoke the 1929 Ford sedan stolen from W. A. prison farm at Belle Glade, it early in the tournament

favor of the good spirits and at the Davis at the Barracks some time has been explained, is not a money Ask Ladies to PrepareFor (Continued on page

: 't (Continued on page 4) I Sunday night. making proposition, and the produce ALL STATE AUDITORS.

< Mrs. Davis said she heard some- Golf TournamentAll TO SEND IN
::,: one start a' car and drive away about
Clewiston Falls Before
Week of February 13 12:30 but thought it to be some Tallahassee (FPA) r-

I of the guests of the Barracks. ladies desiring to enter a lad-
Clewiston H eek at Pahokee OnslaughtThe the way for
I Police authorities were notified of : ies golf tournament which will be state auditing department

the theft and given a description of held at the Clewiston course in a new head all assistant state
Florida CityThe the car, but so far no trace has been crack players of the Pahokee few weeks, are urged by Lloyd Spar- have been requested to

found. row, pro, to turn in handicap card fctive February 1. Bryan
town team made the Clewiston boys
week of February 13th will The theory was advanced by Ed bow in defeat on the Pahokee court from now until such time as the West Palm Beach, will

.C+ bq, Clewiston week in Hollywood. Butler, local police, that possibly the Tuesday when the East Beach play- tournament shall be scheduled. S. Murrow as state auditor

,', The Kiwanis Club of that South two convicts who escaped from the ers tucked the heavy end of' a 28-21 There are approximately 24 la- date. Willis' hasbeen in

Florida city has dedicated one week I Belle Glade Prison Farm about 7:00 basketball game under their belts. dies in Clewiston who arc expected for the last ten days.

each to the 52 Kiwanis clubs and o'clock Sunday night, made away The Clewiston high school players to enter the tournament. This will Announcement of the

,.' their parent cities, during the year I Ihe automobile. made no attempt to offer excuses for be the first all-ladies tournament the resignations of assistant

1933. On this day Clewiston will be Several cars were found with their failure to beat the Pahokee to be held in Clewiston. was made by Governor

publicized in Hollywood and copies I| their doors opened at the Barracks team. Howerer, two of the Clewis- With the ,course being improvedeach through his secretary, J.

I of tracts and literature will go to i Monday morning. Evidently the person ton main stays, Bobby Hare and week, there is an increasing Action was taken, Newell

5 i l each of the 52 clubs in Florida. A I or persons taking Mr. Davis' car Merrel Lowe, were not in the game number of ladies taking up this formof give Willis a clear field

. il tree will be planted in the city circle I were not looking for a valuable auI due to sickness. Two Eddy's-Ward sport, and those who are playing his organization, and

J:! in Hollywood and dedicated to Clew-I tomobile but one which they could and Clark, flowed onto the court in are showing a vast improvement in mies in the operation of

(Continued on page 4)) make a quick get-a-way (Continued on page 4)) (Continued on pago 4) Continued on page




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annual Invasion of the pirate, Gas
Clewiston Gf\Z.ews, BY I parilla, will be made on Monday,

TOO LATE TO February 6, Governor Dave Sholtz ::"
Published every Friday In Clewiston, is impossible to follow the relations "
RUSSELL KAY will be the guest of honor and deliver ::
Florida by the CLEWISTON NEWS between the United States D CLASSIFY I II an address on Governor's Day, f

Inc. government and foreign governments Tuesday, February 7 and on Wednesday t'
without feeling a desire to swear I evening, February 8 will beheld ,{...
Entered as second class matter, occassionally about the shiftinessand Well I sneaked over to Tallahassee he starts makin' a fuss over you in the matrimonial festival when

February I, 1927 at the Post Officeat deceit practiced by foreigners, last week just to see the "ruins." hopes you can help him get in some- twenty couples will be united in :.

Olewtston, Florida, under the Act in the name of "diplomacy." Japan Outwardly, the old village se'ems to where else. marriage in one big ceremony.On .

of March 3, 1897.A violates all its pledges as it con- be calm and paceful, but boy, how I don't believe Tallahassee has the mid-way each day will be

tinues to slaughter the Chinese, and the folks up here go around 'on tip gotten over the shock of the last the Model Shows of America, great

newspaper devoted to the best France shamelessly defaults its war toe whisperin' to each other.If election. Of cours they think Dave est of America's amusement cara.

Interests of Hendry County, Florida.Its debt payments. Many other govern- you ask me, what the Japs I is a nice boy and they like him and vans with scores of entertainment Y" ._ A'

loading newspaper. ments leave themselves open to crit- have done to Manchuria ain't gota all that, BUT-and the old timers. features. -

icism, and thre is general distrustof thing on what Mr. Sholtz and Mr. find it hard to take Mr. Lee into

Subscription rate: per year$2.00 their good intentions. These Lee have been doin' up here, andif their heart in Ernest like they did Good Business

facts furnish the reason for the you 'happen to know anybody Amos. They just can't understand "Doctor, I have come for my com
Outride of State of Florida __...12.50 "
United States hesitating to join the lookin' for a few ,nice second hand these boys comin' up here and takin' mission.

Advertising rates furnished on ap World Court. The Senate of the swivel chairs. why this will be a the State's CAPITAL more seriously "What Commission?" .-

plication. United States has always believedin good place to find 'em right now. than they do the State's CAPITOL. "You had a man with a broken

the underlying principle of this And while there aren't so many And when they started puttin' out leg." ,

Business office. Clewlaton News, Court.. The trouble Is that the Senate folks holdin' a job here as there the first State vouchers without. the "Yes." .
does not take much stock in used to be I believe there's more "I dropped the banana skin that
Clewf ton, Florida. Editorial and name Ernest Amos stamped across "
Advertising, same. the nations that are already most people. workin if you know what; I 'em, even the old men with white made him slip.

conspicious in the Court. mean. I ankled around in the Cap- whiskers couldn't remember ever

Telephone 339That's There is a good deal of Imagination itol building for 'a while and the seein' anything like that before. A A Consistent Marketer"Do '

about the importance of our way they 'were poundin' the works lot of folks were really surprised you believe in Santa Claus?"
five or ten cent foreign trade "I might as well, answered Mr.
per out of those typewriters and crankin'the when the banks cashed 'em, it justidll't
and American business men are addin' machines, it reminded me Dustin Stax. "I have put faith in
\ Your Average? seem right.
gradually coming around to believe of a Big Shot Real Estate office so many imaginary propositions that -
00 percent.10 .-I won't Right now you don't have any
that If our own people will "buyAmerican" during the Boom. I see no reason for boycotting this
percent.20 .-I can't. trouble gettin' a room at of the
I. that it will swing the When you see a guy walkin' down one. Washington
percent.-I don't know how. hotels and there are vacant homes I .
,:' I balance of actual trade in favor of the street with his chest out whist- '
30 percent.-I doubt it. and apartments available as well, as
lour own country. lin' "Happy Days Are Here Again"he
40', percent.-I wish I could. I conslderble office space but the .
isn't hard to classify, he's IN,
50 percent.60 .- -I think I might. home folks here are hopeful, they Of Landowners' Meeting .
I STATE TO OPERATE ON but the bird that shuffles along
percent.- might. are all sittin' around waitin' for the r-

70 percent.-I think I can. I NEW BASIS IN FUTURE with a face as long as a bad dream nsvt session of the ''legislature, ,then Annual Landowners' meeting of .
I well, he's an OUT, or expects to Sugarland Ddrainage District will
80 percent.-I can. I. they can pack 'em three in a bed ,
Jan. be. be held in the office of the Districtin
90 percent.100 .-I will. Tallahassee 2 Conjecture and rent the park benches to those I --,
And you know to me there'ssomethin' Clewiston, Florida, at 10:00 0'-
percent.- did. on the part of state employees as to downright pathetic about who get here late. The kind of a clock A. M., February 10. 1933, tor.

..-Exchange.LET'S whether they will receive full paychecks house or apartment you'd pay $35or the purpose of electing one super
these poor birds we see goin' IN
when February pay day rolls $40 a month for in Tampa or visor of said Drainage District to
PLAY and OUT on the political tides. Fora fty
REINCARNATION around Is causing sleepless hours :Miami, they'll knock down to you serve for a term of three years, and .
since Governor Dave Sholtz delivered time they are sittin' pretty, and for the SESSION at a mere $150( for the transaction of such other
Waltefr Winchell says that the then blooey, the well-known axe business properly come be-
as may
his ultimatum that the practice or 5200 and if the politicians can'tpay
newest game is called Reincarnation. swings on 'em and they're all dazed fore. the meeting.
of transfer of funds would be dis- it, well some prosperous Lobby
The object is to think up different and dizzy. A lot of 'em have established R. Y. Patterson,
continued and the state would op- Lizzard will, and the same goes for .
forms in which famous char- homes here, and they have Secretary
erate on a "pay as you go" basis. offices. Desks, chairs and typewriters -
acters might have returned to earth. kids in school and have built up F.' Deane Duff, .
The governor has indicated that. may be cheap and plentiful President. ,','
For instance Price fraternal and social 'contacts that
George points he will favor paying minor employees where you live but they're hard to BOARD OF SUPERVISORS :'
have become a part of their lives.
out that Adaiu back chew-
came a
as such as stenographers and find and harder to pay for up here. SUGARLAND DRAINAGE DISTRICTJan r
ing gum, and Napoleon returned as Now they must get all washed up
clerks in full and prorate paymentsto But they tell me it's gonna be a 1(
pastry-Ted Weems says that Rob- and go back where they came from. 2027.| ;
.. higher salaried executives in the great little show this year, and x.'
ert ESjBis came back as a fugitive Of course turn about is fair play ':
evnt payroll funds are Insufficientto cheap at 'the price, no matter what :
from a. chain gang-The Empress and the one who happens to be ';
meet all salary obligations. you pay to see it. NOTICE .,:
Eugenie came back as a'hat, and lucky enough to step in now is all Of Landowners'! Meetnlg '

Alexander as a cocktail. Jack Denny peppy and happy, but political terms But speakin' of a BIG SHOW,

,THE PARENT AS A_ PLAYMATE quickly and it won't be there's nothin', not even the Legislature -
says that Webster returned as a pass so very Annual Landowners' meeting of .

dictionary and O'Sullivan as a heel. long before those favored now will that can compare with the Clewiston Drainage District will be :.

Winchell adds to the list by asking The father and mother who can find themselves ,in the parade that one that opens in Tampa next Tues- held in the office of the District in .-'

it Chesterfield returned as a coat? play with their children and help goes the other way and it isn't a day-the South Florida Fair. This Clewiston, Florida. at 11:00 o'clockA.

But those city slickers seemedto them develop their imagination are pleasant procession. year you will find some magnificent M., February 10, 1933, for the

have overlooked Sir Walter Raleigh really and truly glorious friends and Everybody is suspicious of the county exhibits, and there will purpose of electing one supervisorof

who returned as a cigaretteand comrades. Can a mother be quite a stranger who arrives: in town. an be plenty of new and interesting lead said Drainage District to serve ...
for termof' three and for
Lord Baltimore who came back mother unless she sits'on the floor the first question they, ask is "What tures. You'll be sorry if you miss the a transaction of such years other busi-

as a' cake.-Starke Telegraph. and plays with her child?. Browning, are you doin' here?" If you happento it and remember the dates are Jan- ness as may properly come before

the poet, never forgot how when as be talkin' to a guy that's still r uary 31 to February 11, and the the meeting.

GOOD BYE LAME DUCKS a child his father stacked chairs in got a job, he thinks you're afterit password is FIFTY CENTS. You R. Y. PATTERSON,
q the drawing room and went through and if you meet up ,with one of I drop it, in the slot as you go thru Asst. SecretaryF. '

Missouri loaded its legislativeguns with him the history of the Siege of ,the fellows who has just lost one, the gate, and I'll be lookin' for you. Deane Duff, ..L' : ..

Monday and fired the 36th and Troy. That was true learning and President.

fatal shot at Congressional lame far better it was perpetual comrade- be seen here; also a section of he BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
ship with father who Discovered To CLEWISTON DRAINAGE DISTRICT'Jan
ducks. The twientieth amendmenthas a knew how Way citrus display; also much of the

been ratified by threefourthsof to play. decorative designs which will make 2027.| .- _

the plates, and henceforth Congre'ss No house is correctly built that Lengthen Fence Life Florida's showing at Chicago one o f .
will meet does not provide a play room or a
January 3 of each the most distinctive and attractive

year and the president will be inaugurated play house for the children, and for at that great exposition. "

January '20 each four the very young children. A chest or Many farmers, grove 'owners and 'More than 60 feet of frontage at

years. low case with shelves and a curtain stockmen have discovered how to ,
J the South Florida Fair will be allotted -

The move is being heralded in leg- should be in the mother's room for double or treble the life of their to this preview. "It alone will ;'{.

isltaive circles as a great step toward the young child to keep the playthings fences by practicing a few simple be worth a visit to the fair..-Tamp D ,"
modernizing the national gov- in after playing with them. A Tiibune.

ernment. Heretofore, new congressmen young child should not'' have its I precautions, states District ForesterC.

were elected in November and playthings with the older children. H. Schaeffer of Plant City.

did, not take their seats until 13 The younger child will try to keepup Galvanizing on both woven wire SOUTH FLORIDA FAIR

months later. Under the terms of with the older children and be and barb wire keeps it, from rust- '

the twentieth amendment newly elected so exhausted mentally as well as ing and will make .a fence last from

congressmen will take their physically. A playroom, with plentyof 'six to fifteen years. However, if I AND CARNIVAL WILL

places at Washington two months after sunshine and ventilation, near fence rows are burned out or if i

election.By the mother's room will be good for fire is permitted to burn througha I

the terms of the amendmentit the very young child. fence the coat of galvanizing is OPEN GATES MONDAYTampa

will not take effect until Oct- Whether the child plays in mother's injured or destroyed and the wire CARNIVAL .

ober 15th. The present short session room, in the play room, or In will only last for a period of from

of Congress is the last "lame the yard, it should make a game of three to five years before it is nec- ,. January 25-Bedecked in -

duck" session to be held at Wash- putting its playthings in the place essary to repair or replace it. colorful electrical streamers Tampais -
ington. provided for them when play is over. ,
Besides clausing the damage to TAMPA
all dressed -
Florida has not voted on the This may be a chest, a box, or a case the wire, fire burning along a fence up for its greatest -. '

amendment and perhaps will not with shelves, but it is up to parentsto will burn down or seriously damagea gala annual festival, the South Florida -

take the provide some undisturbed place Fair and Gasparilla Carnival.
to vote
on a pro- large number of the posts and :
position, which is already a partof for the child to keep as its own. corner braces. which opens here on. January 31st WORLD' .. r,

the national constitution. This is really one of the early for an eleven day period of fun, frol-
Farmers, stockmen and other ,
steps toward order ic and educational features.
Massachusetts and training for
was scheduled to fence owners have learned that the GREATEST'
vote on the amendment at 2 good citizenship. Let the child feel Recognized as the show windowfor ;
p. m. best policy in maintaining fences is ., ,
that the problem of picking its Florida agriculturists who each
Monday the up
same hour slated for not to permit fire to get near themat
its proposal in Missouri. However, play things and putting them awayin any time and by so doing are year exhibit mammoth displays of M3DCDWINTER "
the Missouri speaker realizing the their place is the problem. If it every product familiar to Florida
thereby saving "
enormous sums an-
difference between Eastrn and Cen- is made a game it will soon be .done nually.A Foil, the South Florida Fair is offering I -

tral automatically. Plans for building $35,000 in iltXPOSlflQN ,,
time premiums
would give Massachusettsthe fire break, free of inflamable as
honor of play rooms may be obtained from awards for meritorious quality. 24
killing the lame ducksessions material, from six to twelve feet in :: t
called his bOdy. togetherfor the State Home Demonstration De- width along a fence will usually huge buildings, with more than 300- m1mnIlDIIRmn.+ .

a morning session and ratifiedthe partment. Tallahassee. protect it from fire. In some places 000 square feet of floor space' will P\R '. -r :-( '.
amendment in be crowded to capacity ,with the ,
"next to ,
no time these, fire breaks: are sown with 1" .
Advocates of the abandonment A night porter was accused of wealth of Florida soil and industry. I
carpet grass seed and serve both tDUllUimltIltltlYllYl!
the lame duck sessions have been sleeping on his watch. He denied for protection and as a nucleus: for Paramount among foreign exhi- PI ......II

working vigorously on the proposi- this. His watch was in Hock-Ex. an improved pasture. bitions will be the 20,000 square ,::

tion for the past ten years. &. '. '- .. . foot display from Cuba in which .EDUCATIONAL .
..'._.. tC: :.. r : ... agriculture and industries from the FEATURES =-

Never Satisfied"Th:1t'g A Preview of ChicagoAt neighboring island, supported by art .. :
and scenic productions AGRICULTURAL L-
her! She's always moan- be pre-

ing about something. Says 'er hus- sented as a feature ot the goodwill .
South Florida FairOne '
band snores, at night an' makes the Sea Food MarketOF gesture between Florida and Cuba. EXHIBITIONS -

same noise as a lighthouse does Thousands of Cubans members of :>:

when there's a mist at sea. "Well, civic and industrial organizations,
of the
LA BELLE, great-and new-attractions will
Mrs. Dalyrimplo. I exposition
on February
says, "you're a of our South Florida Fair -
very fortunate woman to be able to Located will 1 when a special program will
at The B. & M. Grocery be a preview of Florida's ex- be
wake up at night an' think you'reat presented in their honor.
hibit at the
the seaside." Will Appreciate Your Trade Chicago World's Fair. Equal in importance to the
Floridians and others will have hibition ex-
J. MARTINProprietor here the first chance features will be the great
G. to see what "
Clerk, at game counter-Would array attractions that will furn-
Florida is going to show at Chi-
, your little son like a game of checkers cago. ish amusement each afternoon and

r ma':!m? evening. Auto races, with nationally D
Complete sections of the dioramas -
l Shopper-He'd love to, that is if known drivers in competition
which will be a feature: of the are
you can_ spare the ({me < 1: ; -' -- scheduled ,for Tuesday,
1''i--. : !. __. Florida World's :Fair, exhibit will February 4 and ,
February 11, The

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FRIDAY. JANUARY 27 1033. -', THE CLEWISTON NEWS ,.., ,. n v..w4 __..,.,... -'
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Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hudson moved icbooi -and it shall be /arnn'1? and his Countless'stories have-been written -

into the Alston house formerly occupied ttnbap Sons; and they shall oat il In the of the hardships that have been
. = :; Personal holy "
: ; endured by great stars of the
,' by the Troegers. They movedto stage
Clewiston from South Bay, where JLes5 It was this bread which David long before recognition. Long periods -
r I' ol1 and his followers ate
when they- of
Mr. Hudson is an extensive farmer. as extras havo
/"' : Prof. L. P. Elam spent the weekend were fleeing from King Saul and usually proceeded success for motion

;-"I:1f;: at his home in Wauchula. Nail returned Subject: Jesus. and the Sabbath. became hungry. picture players. Dancers, sing
' "':; "' yesterday Golden Text: "The Sabbath was One of Christ's greatest teachingswas ers, writers-all have faced discouragements

: :' i : Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Vinson were from a three-day stay in Jacksonville made for man. and not man for the as to observing the Sabbath. ;heart-breaks: and hard-
where he went to attend
: : ,' visitors in Ft. Myers Sunday. an sabbath; therefore. the Son of Manis The pharisees had exalted Sabbath times with the exception ,of course
instruction school of the Chevrolet
,. Lord also of the Sabbath." Mark keeping till it fairly overshadowed I the lucky few. They click or they'do

".> I i. Mr.. and Mrs. Carl H. Berner were Motor Company. 2:27-28. the rest of their religion. They had not click, and the first time

.:: visitors in Belle Glade Sunday. Lesson Text: Mark 2:23; Mark buried the simple ruin of the Fourth usually tells.
}}( Word was received here yesterday
. .. 3:1-6. Commandment in a vast number of Take for example Bing
that Baker brother
Clyde of J. K.
: ; Miss Jewel Russell and Andrew Central Truth: Deeds of necessityand regulations of their own devisiug who with Stuart Erwin, Leila Hyamsa

Berry motored to Tampa Sunday. Baker, is satisfactorily convalesingfrom deeds of mercy may be performed just how far man might walk on +1d Sharon !'Lynne of the films,

a recent appendix operation.He on ,the Sabbath. the holy day, just how heavy a load" heads the cast of the picture. Few
is in the Good Samaratin
4.:- Colen English, of Ft. Myers, wasa hospital Time and place of the lesson:- might. be carried, and the like. So have equalled Crosby's populatltyon
in West Palm Beach.
business visitor in Clewiston Mon- Spring of A. D. 28, as Jesus went far did they go with their fanati- the air. and yet, far from fight-

: : day. from Jerusalem to Capernaum. Since cism that if a house took fire on the ing for his place of eminencehewas

Joseph Sparado, of the Sparado our lesson last Sunday. Jesus had Sabbath, it was allowed to burn invited to it. His career as an

.'. s S. L. Stuart, of Bradenton, was a construction company arrived here been down to, Jerusalem to attend, down with everything in it-no entertainer began while he :was still

business visitor here several days of Wednesday for a short stay on busi- in all probability, the second pass- water might be carried to put out a college student, and soon' proved

this week. ness connected with the federal dike, over of his public, ministry. He was the fire, none of its contents might so profitable that he gave np the
two units of which he has under ,
:,.i., --- now on his way to Capernaum again. be, rescued. However sick a person idea of law, quit college and joinedan

-: e, Harry Peters, W. S. Cowart, andP. contract. "And it came to pass, that he might be, no doctor could attend orchestra. A season with Paul

J. Rogero, were visitors in Tampa Mrsr went through the corn fields on the him on the Sabbath. Whiteman carried him to the West
Mr. and I M Pafford. Miss
r>. Sunday. Mae Sabbath ,day; and his disciples be- Christ uttered a great and fund- Coast, where he became,a popular
Drew and A. L. Hackett
gan, as they went, to pluck the ears amental truth when he said "The member of a trio at the Cocoanut
Sunday in Miami. Miss Drew wentto
S' R. H. Collins left Friday afternoonto of corn. And the Pharisees said unto sabbath was made for man, and not Grove, Los Angles. During the latter -
visit her brother, while the other
spend the week-end at his home i him, Behold, why do they on the man for the sabbath." God intended engagement he was invited to
I members of the party went to wit-
.in Coral Gables. sabbath day that which is not lawful that the sabbath should ministerto records and national broadcasts.Kate .

ness the tennis match between Big ? And he said unto them, Have man's physical and spiritual wel- Smith 'passed the "mike-
:Bill Tilden and Hans Nusslein.
; Mrs. L. O. Holdsworth and Mrs. !I ye never' read what David did, fare by providing a day of rest, i fright" period with small local

W. J.,; Godfrey spent Saturday in when he. had need. and was hung- which would' also furnish time for )I broadcasts, before she made her big

iT..C' West Palm Beach. C. Nelson, of the Jacksonville office ered, he, and they that were with public worship and spiritual cul stage hit in "Honeymoon Lane: ,"

I ::;) : of the U. S. Engineer, left for him? How he went into the houseof ture. "Hit the Deck," and "Flying High."

/E'1 ,Mr. and Mrs. L. ,H. Johnson and his home Sunday after having spent God in the days of Abiathar the Then our lesson turns from workof One day, while making records at
several days in Clewiston and
;; I Mr. and Brs. F. J. Tokiedo spent high priest, and did eat the shew necessity-as 'satisfying hunger the Columbia Phonograph Company

Sunday in Immokalee rounding towns on official business. bread, which is not lawful to eat but to acts of mercy,that may be done she met her present manager, Ted

>. ',. for the priests, and gave also to on the sabbath. "And he entered Collins, and engaged him. Collins
G. M. Ford and A. H. returned
." ::5 :;.:i::." Mrs. R. George, Mrs. C. S. Pressley King them which were with him? And again into the synagogue; and there took a few of her records to the
to Clewiston this after
week hav-
" ..?::. :{ : and Gratton George were visitors in he said unto, them, The Sabbath was was a man there which had a with-i I Columbia Broadcasting Company
ing been stationed in Pahokee where
"'. <:>; :: 4 ': '.,' West Palm Beach Tuesday. they made some preliminary surveys made for man, and not man for the ered hand. And they watched him, and on the strength of those records

,.' ': :'- ". sabbath; Therefore the Son of Manis whether he would heal him on the she was immediately signed to
',<:-,-:" and Mrs. for the Tri-Mount Dredging companyof Lord also of the Sabbath. broadcast three
Mrs. W.' F. Simpson G. sabbath day; that they might accuse nights a week over
Boston who are planning
:' :: :{ O. Wallace, of Moore ,Haven, were The fact that the grain was readyto him. And he said unto the man that station. Four weeks later, she

. '' '//1'' shopping in Clewiston Friday. bids for some of the levee construc- harvest. ,shows that it was the which had the withered hand, Stand was put into the seven o'clock pot

,, ,f'.f: ': .: tion on the south shore.S. spring of the year, shortly after the forth. And he said unto them, Is -the preferred hour on the pro-

'" '--:,;" ')". Hansel McDuffie left Monday for Passover, which is the time that it lawful to do good on the sabbath gram.
'n:;I'" Immokalee where he will remain dur- grain ripens in Palestine.The days, or to do evil? to save life, The Boswell Sisters began their

'., : :: ing the tomato packing season. MEETING HERE WEDNESADYThe Shew Bread. (Leviticus 24:5) or to kill? But they held their career as radio entertainers as win
:;':::3)t. was thug ordered. "take fine flour I
: peace. And when he had looked ner of a broadcast contest sponsored -

:) }:. W. C. Hooker spent several days S. S. S. Club held its regular and bake twelve cakes thereof; set about on them with anger, being by the New Orleans Times-Pica--

..:::,;T;' of this week in Immokalee where he meeting Wednesday night at the them-six in a row, upon the pure grieved for the hardness of their :yune. Their story, however bearsa

'-"" !{'>'.<,. has charge of a tomato packing home of Miss Roberta George. -Informal table before the Lord-every sabbath hearts, he said unto the man, slight resemblance to the old familiar -

f <: : ." plant. initiation wes held, in which ......... ..--, .- Stretch forth thine hand. And he hard-luck story, for although

i: T"... much laughter was heard. Refresh- I. r # .L Iii stretched(; it out; and his hand was they were a huge success in their

:.': '; ', '., Dr. W. J. White, of Belle Gladeh.t ments of potato salad, hot coffee, restored whole as the other." This home town of New Orleans, their

- : spent Sunday afternoon in Clewiston sadwiches, and candy were served. EVERGLADES synagogue was probably the sameas triumphal journey to greater suc- ,.

';: 'it:,:. where he came for an afternoon oft The club pins awarded, at that in which Jesus had healed cess in Chicago ended in bitter dis

golf. the close of the meeting in an informal the man "sick of pals ." The rulers appointment. As far as Chicago was
.) : .. ceremony. The next' meeting THEATRE of the Jews were watching Jesus concerned, they were just anotheract

;' ''r\. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wynn and will be at the home of Miss to catch him in some saying or from the sticks. They did, how-
',t3 f :.- children and Arthur King attended Betty Spicer. J work by which they could accuse ever, get a vaudeville engagement

_. the show in Pahokee Sunday after- Those attending were: Misses Ves- HELLE GLADE him as a criminal when he healed which took them Westward. In Los

k.;:.",:',: ." noon. ta Allen, Louise Waldron Jewel the man's' withered hand, "The Angeles, they had their first big

r': ': =- Lowe, Frances Tippey, Eunice Mere- Pharisees went forth. and straight- chance at a big network. and from

Mrs. V. E. Bryant, Mrs. Edna Sur- dith, Marcia Avant, Mary Bush, Ro- way took counsel with the Herod- that moment o'n. it was easy sail

r,:- rency and'Mrs. Guy Larson of Moore berta; George and Evelyn Hare. Miss Friday Saturday ians against him, how they might. ing.The

Haven were shopping in Clewiston George was assited by her mother, destroy him." stories of the other stars of
-', .
I Monday. Mrs. Robert George. Zane Grey'sHeritoge It is said that Jesus never grew the Big Broadcast read with various ..

angry when men abused or accus- results. But all in all, it is shown

'" Charles K. Laloar, of Miami, a of the DesertOne ed him, but his anger was aroused that in radio performance most of

;..'. representative of the Belcher Oil Better Literature Is when attacks were made on God's the stars start at the top.BLADDER.

; company spent Wednesday her on I laws, the sick, the poor or repent-
;:' -:. businss. Parent-Teacher TopicThe Thrill After AnotherIn ant sinners.' !

: The Greatest Of All

; J. C. Peek, of Jacksonville, repre- Western Romances. BIG BROADCAST SEEMS TO i
better literature
type of was
\ senting the Chevrolet Motor company PROVE THAT YOU START
the subject of. a short discussion at
}'. was here on business Wednesday and ADDED AT THE TOP IN RADIO
the. regular meeting of the Parent- i

\> Thursday. Teachers association held last weekat Comedy Short: News TROUBLE ;

the school auditorium, Prof. M. G. FOUND-One industry thatdoes n i '.
,. John S. Cottrell, J. Paul Moore, made the principal talk on the sub- not demand years of sacrifice If your bladder is irritated, either
';); and T. W. Weeks, of Moore Haven, before it condescends to confer .success 'because your urine is too acid or

%; :, :J were here on business Monday af ject.As upon its neophytes! 2 because of inflammation Just try Ei ,
entertainment JJ ::
:; during the ses- Sunday, Monday, Tuesday COLD MEDAL
: sion there That discovery is radio, and the OIL CAPSULES j]
,/:' were two violin solos by HAARLEM
,_".' discovery was made as a result ofa 6 This fine old preparation hu been BI
: Roy Green, Jr, a piano duet by Mrs.
-;, .' Mr. and Mrs. August Weybrecht, B. A. Bourne survey of the various roads to used for this purpose for 237 years. g
and Runnelle McGehee THE BIG BROADCAST
of West Palm Beach; were the weekend fame followed by the royalty of the That ita popularity continue U _
and a piano duet by Betty Hooks. works. But KI
: guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. air assembled for featured roles inParamount's 'the beet proof that .
', be aura you get GOLD KXDAI g
:" Redelsheimer. Every Star of Radiolaml I
"The Big Broadcast, 8o"jf. _
<<) Ladies Aid to Hold In a Heart-Stirring which comes to the Everglades The- I cept no substitute.

Mr. and Mrs. Pete Wilson'moved Romance! atre Sunday, Monday, Tuesday. ..
to Clewiston this week from Moore Its Annual Meeting Read This Great List Of --- -- -

Haven. They have an apartment in Radio Celebrities! --

the Hooker Building. P.
The annual meeting' of the Ladies WITH -
} Miss Frances Munroe spent several Aid Society of the First Church off

days in Jacksonville as the guest o Clewiston will be held at the home STUART ERWIN

r Mrs. R. C. Rawlings. She returned of Mrs. R. Y. Patterson next Thursday BING CROSBY

Y ? to her home yesterday. afternoon at 3: p. m. LEILI HYAMS

An urgent request for all mem- BURNS & ALLEN Clewiston' fiolf Course

G. B. Clinch, of Tampa, districtoil hers to be present is issued.
4 engineer for the Gulf Refining

-.of-:,". :', company, spent a few days this week PALM BEACH GUEST HONORED BROTHERS

'( :' in Clewiston on business. BOSWELL SISTERS
',- .: r---- ARTHUR TRACY .
';;. Stanley A. Zwiebel, of Peoria. IlL, Open
lovely informal bridge party was VINCENT LOPEZ -
: representing the Caterpillar Tractori
: given at the Clewiston Inn Saturdays CAB CALLOWAY Itothe -,
; campany was here on business for hi
afternoon by Mrs. W. M. Redels-

f. :. company Wednesday and Thursday. heimer in honor of Mrs. August ADDED Public

Weybrecht, of West Palm Beach.
;: Mrs. H. J. B. Scharnberg 4 lef Comedy Short News '"-- ----'
who was her guest here over the
.j;,: Sunday with Mr. and Mrs1. C. Schmid
week end.Those .
S:' who had been her guests here, for
present were: Mrs. Fred
";' a short visit in Miami with her sister
Hill, Mrs: J. P. Percy, Mrs. R. Y. Moderate Green Fees
.r. '. Mrs. William Lucaa. Patterson Miss Beatrice Kettl, Miss Wednesday and Thursday
Kathryn Deam, Mrs. C. L. Downs,
:,:- J. E. Beardsley, who has been
Mrs. E. R. Fontaine, and Mrs. W. C. Exceptional FairwaysInteresting
,:- i confined to his bed at his home nearSeminole
Owen, and the honoree, Mrs. August
:" Farm, from a severe facial ROBERT WOOLSEY

f...itifi#' cut, was in Clewiston Tuesday. Weybrecht. Greens
Mrs. Downs, Miss Deam and Mrs. .
Weybrecht, high, second and guest
Mrs Fred Puryear, of Atlanta, Ga, I 'HOLD 'EM JAIL"
were each
presented. with appropriate 1
arrived in Clewiston last Friday to -
,join her husband, who is employe ADDED

n by the sugar corporation here. She] Comedy Short News The Most Popular Recreation
was accompanied Crime World's
.;;, to West Palm Lost

; Beach by Mrs. Ida Sprecher, of'Her nBad Houdlni placed his marvelous Center in Clewiston

f3; dersonville, N. C., where they were abilities to evil uses he would have I MATINEE

: ;"' met by Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Downs. been the gravest menace over known SUNDAY from 3: P. M

i Mrs. Sprecher,.Mr. Downs' aunt, will to, organized society.-American Mag.Une. 4v ----- ---

;' i remain in Clewiston on a visit. ,


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ASK FOR AUDIT IN BOOKSOF used as draft animals. SCHEDULE OF EXAMINATIONSAT Mr. Gall I the Pasco county finance board,

FORMER! COLLECTORContinuedt Scarcity; of Wood HIGH SCHOOL NEXT: WEEK Introducing which was recently organized, to
One of the chief reasons China study county finances in an effortto

( from page 1)) produces and uses such vast quan- Bicycling, skatin gand other past (Moore Haven Democrat) make the adjustments which are

saying that he had deposited some tities of rice, the speaker said, is times of boys and girls of the Clew- Meet Walter R. Gall, the new universally needed now. He is a

personal checks received recently In because of the scarcity of wood in iston schools will get a vacation next road member for this district, whose : licensed real state dealer and has

payment of taxes, but was waitingfor that country. Rice does not requirethe week and the young heads will be home is in Zephyrhills, where he I: done much toward bringing people

the checks to clear through the fuel to cook it as other cerealsdo. bluffed between pages of their textbooks has been for ten years a prominent II to Zephyrhills and getting them lo-

banks before making a distribution Mr. Swiebel said, and for this ) In preparation for examina- citizen and a leader in city and cated. He is a director of the

So far no auditor has been sent reason it Is the chief article of diet tions to be held here county affairs. !, Zephyrhills Publishing Co. which

to LaBelle to make the audit. Inas- on the Chinese table. "Wood is' so Professor M. G. L Langford, princi: We had the pleasure, along with publishes the town's newspaper. He

much as the present auditor, W., S. scarce in China that women and pal announces the following sche- other members of the Glades county Is a Mason, a past master of the

Murrow, has tendered his resigna- children will travel miles to. gethera dule of examinations: delegation, of meeting Mr. Gall per- Zephyrhills lodge and a Shriner.He .

tion to take effect February first small bundle of sticks, bushes, or I Monday A. 31. sonally in Tallahassee this week. has a' wife and three sons, Owen, '

and all the assistant auditors have grasses, to be used as fuel in the ; Albebra, 9; Albebra, 10; History, The delegation placed its O. K. un- the eldest Is a junior at theUnl-

been requested to turn in their res- homes. They have denuded their I 8; Home Economics and Business amimously on Governor Sholtz' appointee versity of Florida, Robert and Louis

ignations, it is highly probable that forests and of times one will see Arithmetic. and found Mr. Gall a fine, are students In the Zephyrhills high

no audit will be made until after children scraping the ground with Monday P. M. clean cut man who impresses one school.

the "first of February when Bryan rake like instruments in order to English, 11; English, 12; Hist- immediately with the Dave Sholtz The fact that Mr. Gall was an act-

Willis, of West Palm Beach, takes gather a small supply of fiberous ory, 9 ; History, 10; English, 8; type of sincerity that Is such a refreshing ive campaigner for John W. Martinin

over the state auditing department. trash for fuel," he said. Arithmetic. 7. thing to see in our state the primaries is prime evidence +

The Chinese farmer indeed livesa Tuesday: A. M. officials. Mr. Gall Isn't the "yes- that his appointment on the boardis
REDS: END TOURNMEXT NINE hard life, according to the picture his alone.
Biology. General Science, History, yes" type and his district will not on merits
POINTS IN LEAD OF BLUES painted by Mr. Swiebel. He lives in 7; Agriculture, 8. be deluged with promises of this We believe that the first con-

roo-- the cities, or villages, which are sur- P. M. road or, that road. The only state- gressional district will be proud of
(Continued from, page 1) rounded by walls some 20 or 30 feet Tuesday ment that he made with any tingeof its new road board member.An .
Arithmetic, 8; Geography, 7; Geometry -
thick and 40 50 feet high whichare
the first round. I Economics. promise to it was that he will, as
REDS, 39 BLUES, 30 constructed to protect the city soon as possible, visit his district, exchange-we don't remember
Tom Shelley 5 F D Duff 5 dwellers from the ravagings of the Wednesday A. M. making
an inspection trip if you like which one-observes that Treadwayis
C J. Lovvorn 3 J J Harrington 0. I bandits. The farmer takes his crude History '11; History 12; English to call it that, and he promises to I an appropriate name for the headof
on his shoulders and 9; English 10; English 7; Latin 1;
W Barrett 5 E P Shelley 5 make the trip a rather leisurely af- the highway board., And then we
E E Kelly 2 E R Fontaine 4 walks perhaps 8 ,or 10 miles to his Spanish 11. fair, spending enough time in each have no doubt it was perfectly all
H R Hall 1 W C Owen 2 fields and after working all day in Wednesday P. M. section to become thoroughly conver- right to that Miami
give printer
L C Sturgess 4 W J White 7 water from knee to waist deep he Health 7, 8, 9', 10, 11 and 12. sant with the conditions there. piece of "pi."-Avon Park Times.a
M W again shoulders his tools and treks '
0 F M GeorgeW 3
NEW VARIETY OF CANE IS Mr. Gall came to Florida from And now the new board won't be
C Prewitt 1 L 0 Vinson 0 back the great, distance to his home.
DEVELOPED BY WORKERS Michigan ten years ago and locatedin found lacking in Gall.
Charlie, Miner 4 J W Moran 3 "Were he to leave his tools in the
Zephyrhills. During that ten
H Blate 1 A L Hackett 5 fields over'night, bandits would
(Continued from page one) :years he has established himself as Between the rattlesnake canning
H Rich 2 H A Bestor 4 take them away, the speaker said. '
under special observation it is pro- one of Pasco county's leading busi- business and DeSoto county paying a <
A N Gallant 7 E W Digges 0 The main implement of cultivationis
bable that new varieties will be de- ness men and his leadership has bounty for rattlesnakes the hunters
Hubert Land 2 F J Finnegan 0 a crotch of a tree, one prong of
rived reaching near the depart- continued through boom days and near Arcadia are already driven to
M P Peterson 4 Victor Blate 3 which is used to scratch the surfaceof
ments goal that of the perfect sugarcane depression. He has been for two adjacent counties in search of prey,
Redelsheimer the soil another as a handle
G H Small 2 W M 4 ,
and a lengthened terms state Democratic committeeman the Arcadian. Well
harvest sea says they're
Ed Butler 7 L CMiller 1 with which to guide the plow and .
from Pasco county, a positionhe welcome to all rattlesnakes
our they r
J .Harrington; 0 P Wilson 2 the third by; which the wife or the son.The ''
research workers are workingnot now holds; he is chairman of the can kill. May success crown their
B C Flnniken 0 V H McCarter 1 daughter pulls the crude implement
only for improving cane for sugar Zephyrhills publicity commission, efforts until the whole neck of the
the fields.
The following Merchants joined through
qualities but also for forage and and is a member of a new group. woods is rid of the reptiles.
together to donate suitable prizes Crude Irrigation Methods syrup. I

Drug Co., Clewiston Motor Companyfor The crudest way of irrigation is During the past year the depart-
the high point winners Alstona ...
the common rule the Chi-
among ment has had more than 15,000 var-
12 point margin on the Blues in nese farmer, whose yearly profits ities under observation in the seed

Blate Bros., Clewiston Inn, and the range between $100 and $250 in beds and in the test plots. "It is

Clewiston Supply Company. Chinese mony, the equivalent of. $40or quite a task in itself, to keep a record -
$50 in United States coin. A of the "
WEEK OF FEBRUARY 13 IS many varieties Dr. FARM LANDS
rough board trough Is built from a
CITY'S WEEK IN HOLLYWOOD Bourne told members of the Clew-
stream or "puddle" to the small iston Kiwanis club Wednesday nightin

(Continued from page 1) ditches in the fields. Into this an an impromptu discussion of Ev-
endless chain is placed having wide erglades agriculture.ASK FOR
iston, a letter from the Kiwanis club '
stated. boards attached to the links, by a

crank or a series of pegs the "ma- ADIES TO PREPAREFOR
This program, carried out thru
chine" is turned by the hands of
the year, is done to better acquaint
the wife or daughter and the water
members of the service club with SPRING
from the stream or puddle is slowly CROPSThe
Florida, and cities having Kiwanis (Continued from page 1)
clubs. spilled into the rice fields. Thisis their, games. Mr. Sparrow said.

At a meeting of the Clewiston club the common method of irrigationused The date for the All-Ladies tourn-

here Wednesday, J. A. McGehee was today in southern China.In ament has not been set, but the

appointed a committee to get up central China, a quantity of local pro. said he expected to put

Information to be used by the Hollywood sweet potatoes is also raised, along one on in about three weeks, and
club In its program Febraury with the universal crop, rice. These is announcing the play so that all
roasted and sold the streets.: Clewiston Co.
13. Mr. McGehee will give a brief are on those desiring'to enter may "brushup"
A few miles south of Shanghai
summary of Clewiston, from a his- on their game and be prepared ,
many hundreds of oranges are now when the tournament is placed on
torical .
standpoint well
as! as a summary -
.. grown. These differ from the Florid schedule.
of the industries here. orange:;- -8-ieb-el a-i-d, since;

the fruit is not developed along ALL STATE AUDITORS ASKEDTO .
CLEWISTON FIVE FALLS BEFORE scientific lines but the trees
PAHOKEE more allowed to grow than they are _

cultivated. There 'is no uniformityin (Continued from page 1) '

(Continued from page 1) the groves-the trees are allowed partment. .

the forward positions, and let It be to grow helter-skelter and if the Assistant state auditors now hold-

known by the Pahokee-ans that the yield is bad one year, the un-learned Ing commissions are Edward George During every, panic or depression 'j

forward wall was not asleep. These Chinese charges the loss to the Hauslet, Miami; A. J. Hendry. Quincy REAL this country has had, real, estate,

two young subs. are showing up workings of some evil spirit whose ; James W. Stephens, Jackson- values have dropped appreciably, but

fairly well this season. wrath he must have incurred. ville; J. B. Wetherington, West ESTATE in every instance when the return I

Clewlslon 21 Pahokee 28 Near the city of Canton, the club Palm Beach; W. Y. Mickle, DeLand; to normalcy, realty values have led f

Clark, F. WalkerWald was told, there are some thirty different W. M. Smith Bartow; H. L .Pierce, all other values out of the depresand -

F. Mock varieties of citrus growing, Tallahassee; and John W. Williams, itsincreasing sion. History will repeat itself. Now

Mitchell C. Parker and the speaker predicted that these Chipley. Several emergency audit- is the time to plant your dollar in

Wm. Hooks G. S. Spooner would be brought into Florida for ors are employed but are not real estate.-the earth. You will find !

Avant G. Doe development."Not commissioned. four established causes pushing your '

all of China is so undevel- Loved'Lost, Won value dollar (real estate value) high in
STATE MAY EXPAND PRISON: oped. There are missionaries in the air.

FARM AT BELLE GLADE the agricultural field, whose aim is "So"you've loved and lost, ,eh, old (1) The increase in population. ?

to educate the younger'generation in chap? There are more people on earth .J
(Continued "On the contrary, I came out a
from page 1) modern farming methods. They do each year, but there is no' more land
grown there Is not offered for sale not hope to instill modern ideas winner. for this increasing number, consequently -
In competition to the farmer's produce into the adult farmer but it is their "How was that?" 'j demands mean increasing

from this section. The primary I desire to have the next generation "She'returned my presents and values.j .

purpose of the Farm is to raise veg- educated out of the superstitions : accidentally put in some of anotherfellow's. _- \" (2) The improvement in living

etables for consumption in state institutions which govern present day farming in'' ." ,,; ;",: : conditions each year.: Things that
and lower the cost of feed- China." -- ,
(:_ were formerly luxuries become ab-
ing at the various Institutions. In Japan, due to the dense pop- Cub Reporter.-I'd like some ad- j ":.' solute necessities: The land must
The vice, sir, on how to run a news- ", :
governor's '
plans call for a ulation and scarcity of land, the supply all of these, so the demands

centralization state farming at speaker said the farmers have ter- paper.EditorYou've. j -- and values are increasing. I
the Belle Glade farm and at Chatta- raced the mountains to grow their come to the wrong '.' (3) Extending cities. The rapid

hotchee. The governor plans to take rice. In one place, Mr. Swiebel said person, son. Ask one of our sub-, '. growth of our cities require more ,

all convicts possible off the roads he saw strawberries growing on five scribers.Wampus. '1 and more land to accomodate the increasing -

and place them at Raiford and at sides of a cube of earth. Since the ': population. This means

the Everglades farm, and at other land is so scarce they utilize as Safe Enough higher values on all land in and

Institutions where "they can be kept much of it as possible. New varie- : '. adjacent to our city.
busy Lady (booking passage to Europe)
profitably. ties of peaches, which am superiorIn ((4) Expanding transportation an-
The governor was much impressedwith taste and texture to the American -Can you recommend a safe ship? nihilates distance and values increase -

'the State Farm No.2, locatedat peach, are found in Japan. The Jap- I am so very nervous. a. with a wider radius of our
Belle Glade. Clerk-Well, madam, the Eastern .' .
enese peach sometimes to :;
grows a cities This assures a continued increase -
size equal to that of the average has never sunk yet. 1 In real estate values .
CONTRAST FARM METROS OF Florida grapefruit, he said. Lady-I am so relieved. Please' ',: We have four first-class modern

WITH THAT OF EVERGLADES In the Japanese possession of book me a berth on that. '.: :'.. homes in Clewiston that we are offering -

Formosa, sugar cane Is produced.In : :::. on reasonable terms. No finance -
(Continued from 1)) that section That Would Fix It '"
page there are now'eight charges and a small down
same time drive the evil spirits from sugar mills which ;
are equipped payment, plus a small payment each
their fields. Cashier-I'm sorry, madam: but I '
with modern European machinery.But ;.. ,, month, will buy you a home at
The wife and daughter of the av- the cultivation still done by cannot cash this check unless you '- prevailing prices.

erage Chinese farmer work in the primitive means. On some of the are identified.
fields as draught animals and do up-to-date plantations, Mr. Swiebel Lady-My son will do that.

their bit at burning the treadmill said he saw steam engines locatedat Cashier.-But I do", not* know ,your

pumps which supply' the irrigationfor each end of the cane fields and son. Clewiston Home Building
the rice fields. It is no uncom- these were connected by a drum Lady-I will introduce you. ,

mon sight, Mr. Swiebel: said, to seea cable to a plow. The cultivation is Association

farmer plowing his rice with a done by having one engine pull the more "modern" method of cultivation -
crotch of a tree for a plow and his plow down the row of cane and in Formosa.Mr. .

wife and daughter hitched to the then the pair of engines are movedto Swiebel's talk on agriculturein I

' front as draught animals. In south- the next row where the other the rient was said by; members

ern China: among the more wealthy machine will draw the plow to the to be one of the most interesting I -t

type of farmer water buffaloes are other end Of the field. This is the talks given to the Kiwanis club here. i

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