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Title: The Clewiston news
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Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: March 3, 1933
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
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VOLTEVBE 7-:NUMBER 11.: CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, BIARCH 3, 1933. PRICE: $3.00 PER YEAR
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f' Florida., Facts AVON, PAYS PARK VISIT SCHOOL'TO SUGAR! CLASS HOUSE, FORT fiiYERS LADIES KILLED HERE AS



Florida produces two varieties' of waters. the A home group economics of students class composing'of the I TRAIN CRASHES I iTO CAR AT CROSSINGCAR

Jill of phosphate, rock and pebble. Rock Victims of the Dade Massacre, In Avon Park High School visited the

, phosphate is mined with pick .and what Is now Sumter county, "in De- sugar house here last Friday. ,The I I 4

shovel; pebble phosphate is mined by cember 1835, rest in' the national. girls making the trip were Misses, COLLIDES WITH TRAIN AT
Lake Worth, Tourists
, q the hydraulic process. cemetery at St. Augustine.The Marie Kenzie, Sarah Frances Hancock CROSSING
y. Micanopy bears the name of one Tamiami Trail, across the Ev- Hazel Michealson, Sarah Lucy' NEAR CLEWISTON

of the ,most active, Seminole ,Ch'i erglades, has one section of more Trent, Josephine Langford 'Linda Are Impressed With i DAIRY
' tams in the Indian, War of 1835. f-j than 34 miles without a curve. The Wingate, 'Mable'1- ;Crawford, 'Clarice ( I

The Presbyterian church at second longest highway tangent in Thomas, ,Pauline) Green, and two instructors Sugar ', House Work I Mrs. George R. Lynn, Jr., and Miss
the state Is one of more than 22 rrs.1l Elizabeth: ",Atchley, Flora Shanks, cf Fort Mfrers, were
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: ticello of, brick was built transported a hundred to Florida years I f[miles in State Road No.. 18, between and, Miss Mary i :Harrel': '. '- '' J *. ; *!" Instantly killed here Wednesday
ago ,Arcadia and Lake Annie. morning when their Austin
Forty one residents car was
"by teams. persons winter -
from Virginia ox Florida's legislature convenes in struck by a north bound Atlantic
The largest satsuma orange grove I,regular session blenially, meeting the COMMUNITY .PLAYGROUP ,of Lake 'Worth, were visitors:: I(ICoast
at the Sugar house of the U.'S. Sugar cross-ing
in the world is near Round Lake, in {first Tuesday in April of the odd 1
Jackson county, 'it covers 1000 III I II I corporation here, climaxing a: tour i two women had leftx Fort
year. I .Myerg,
acres"j READY TO of, interior South,Florida Monday af- I
of I
hundreds
Florida ships
I Silver Springs, near Ocala is regarded : earlier In the day for West Palm
trnoon. The tour 'was'arranged
by
of Spanish moss which is i by"travelers as one of the I Beach to visit friends.
the Lake Worth Chamber of Commerce
and -
of mattresses
manufacture
the i wonders of the warld. PRESENT :DRAMAA Mrs. Lynn is the wife of George
visltors ?
automobile cushions. Wewahitcka is I Florida's ,Governor and'the' 'heads to give the 'an opportunity IR.I Lynn manager; of the Nash and
'of
the center of the industry. seeing the agriculturaldevelopments
of the state departments are electedfor I ''Ph'mouth''agency In Fort Myers.
of fisheries is of three act comedy, entitled "The taking ,place in the I
The Federal Bureau terms four years. .. !I Miss Shanks was the daughter of
authority for: the statement that the Leu GIm Gong, "a; Chinese who Suicide ,Specialist," is to1 be stagedat Everglades.They i Mrs. Elizabeth ;It. Shanks, of Cincin-

largest big-mouth bass in the Unit I spent most 'of his life in Volusia I II the Clewiston School" auditorium were amazed at the progress' nattl,who'have been winter residentsof I

ed States are found in Lake Okee- I county near DeLand, and who died Tuesday; evening, March 7, (as" the being made, and evidenced a keen Fort Myers for a number of years.

chobee. :several years ago, was internationally'known initial production of the Community interest in. the possibilities s of this Their badly mangled bodies were
r Millions.of pencils used in Europe as a horticulturist. He de- Players, local dramatic 'organization, part of, Florida. The tour left Lake
taken from the car 396 feet from
are made of cedar shipped 'to Ger-J veloped varieties of' fruits which The cast of characters as :announced Worth early Monday morning, coming the crossing where the car had been
many from Florida. The center of.;have been worth millions to Florida by Mrs. Norman A.; Nielsen, to Clewiston via Canal Point,

the state's cedar Industry, is Crystal growers. director, ,includes' Eleanor Wintle, Pahokee,. and Belle Glade. They were I I stopped.pushed before' the engine ,was

River in Citrus county. I Bees in Florida produce three times George Schauermann, Sue Maxwell, high In their praise, of the section
The first flight.attemptedby the bees I Frances Munroe, Mary Kline Evelyn I At a coroner's inquest M. L,
long. sea 1 honey gathered by 'of 'any : around Belle Glade as well-more
air plane was that ,ofT: :A. D. Mc- .state in tthe' :Union." : I II Shelley, ,Agnes;;Peterson' Alonzo Sias, .emphatically Impressed on them by Mumbaugb, engineer and S. M,
:.20,years Key Malian Arthur Lawrence Phil. Peterson i''a Moore, fireman, testified the train
Curdy nearly _ago from The variety. ;.of-paper shell ; sumptious ,dinner: of fresh Ever-
to The fell into Monti- and John The director was traveling at a rate of speed. of
West Havana. plane pecan, recently' developed at' Mowry. would glades vegetables, served them by
the sea within sight of Cuba, but cello, is the largest pecan in the give no information': as to the parts the Chamber of Commerce of Belle about 15 miles ,per hour. The train

r ttie,aviator was rescued uninjured. t world. ,They average 32 to the pound. to' be ,played by 'the members of the Glade. they said had been slowed down to
'states exceed Florida in I I permit setting off a car at the suing,
cast.
Only 20 The McKee Jungle Gardens located To most of them, this Is their
near Vero Beach are carved out of The play Is" one of the 'recent releases first winter,in 'rlor da. However, one Both, as well as two negro witnesses,
area.Major testified that been
the whistle
had
General: Charles P. Summerall the heart of a Florida 'jungleThis wlui a very modern plot 'and of the party, who owns property I

-' : retired Chief, of ,Staff ,of the is a beauty spot'unique in the :world.: develop I n't. The opening''scenes here, had ,.already acted 'as a good !sounded for the crossing nnd that

United States army,' is: a' .native.,.r of The Spaniards first-.-came,toAme- are laid ''in'toe" office of young will ambassador; for the state of ;;the bell was ringing: as the car approached -

Columbia county lia Island,"near Fernandina_ :S but remained struggling doctor, who soon conceives Florida 'In general and, the Ever- the crossing.

'Florida has 58,666'square miles In I there a short time,. moving he idea of educating' his clients, glades in particular. He ,had re. According to a statement made by '

area, the largest state but one east I farther south to St. Augustine. in the ,prep, r methods of suicide, turned to his horn eta Shelbyvilte Fly. the two negroes, the automobile wag

of :the Mississippi. The largest 'is I General Oglethorpe ,in founding and, by insertion, of an advertise- and told ,"wonderful talcs of Florida going at. a fast rate of speed, and

Georgia. the state of Georgia. established a ment his first 'clients arrive. 'He but we 'did not believe him;" one of they, believing the two ladles did

Prince Archille Murat, sent to take garrison on Amelia,, Island; to prevent I finds a demand for services such' as the .party ,told. This man was a not see ,the train begun io wave

charge of the,' property given, the an attack on hfs .colony He gave He Proposes to render.' The despondent Florida booster,"and. his lends had their arms calling attention' tp' ,the


Revolutionary war hero by the state Ith'e'name l "Amelia" :to the island, in over' business and love, come'to begun to' lable the tales of the 'Everglades approaching train.

Florida: by LaFayette to assumeof honor of the daughter of the king seek his aid in leaving the earth. as "Kirk's lies." The manu S. M. Moore, 'fireman, testified

Florida, rests in'a.. cemetery in I of''England. The law one arm of '''which is In- der discussion, A. J. 'Kirk, was In the hearing: that he had seen the car

';., Tallahassee. He' was ,the son of the I 'Umatllla, is equidistant between ipector Nolan, becomes suspicious the party to enjoy seelnt his friends i : approaching and that', the car had

.:.....___.." King of Naples., ,' __ *_.- he',Gulf.'and the 'Atlantic-50 miles..- and it. through the 'officer, (which learn ,for themselves the fertility, been slowed before reaching'. the

-- Florida ,has two national forests, I The "America" famous cup-yacht, I I is believed will 'be played by John the beauty, .and' the joys of Florida, i crossing. Just before the car reachedthe

one in the northwestern part: of was 'run',into,'Jacksonville; ,and' sunk Howry) thatf;the bulk. of !the comedy and as he expressed it, "take his 1 I tracks. he said, the driver apparently .. "
the'state, principally in Okaloosa 'in Blank Creek to avoid' capture' is 'furnished.. Seven persons finally name off the Ananias roll, and list i sped up In an attempt to

county 'and the other In Central during the War between the, States., gather at an appointed location to him as one, of the good men and I make the crossing safely., Ho said '
" .4 Florida'lying largely in Marioni/coun' She' was a blockade :runner l wait for 'death.. true of Shelb>ville." I I he heard the crash\ and shouted.'to

r ty. 0 < The St. Johns River:"',vaijes from "To relate the, incidents and' story ,the engineer to '''"Snatch Out." The
'Florida was admitted to the Un- two tenths of 'a mile to more than ,would ,only ruin the ,surprise ele- The group was escorted throgh 'i[I;engineer said he did not see the car ,
the sugar house here by W. C. Owen,
ion, on+ March 3, 1845. three miles In width at Jacksonville.A ment of the interesting' drama 'I'i and did not know the engine; had I!
C. J. Lovvorn, and Harry Peters.
:'Florida's motto is: "In God We mmio ',doll rlhdme for Disabled The cast has 'been hard at work i struck anything until he SAW rocks
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Trust." It is displayed on- the Great Volunteers Soldiers''was erected during during .the past: few weeks in preparation flying: from the"-side of the 'rail:.

c Seal of the state. 1932 near St. Petersburg.There for' the members' first ap: TIP MERCER BEGitiS II I I After an hour's session Wednesday -

'." ;i The "careless" weed' In the Ever- Is ,no.' point! on the peninsula pearance under the Community Players. morning the coroner's Jury excused -
glades, which sprouts"In the spring section, of' the ".state farther Most, of the actors are already I !:' the train:: crew until further

and dies in the .fall, grows so largea than 60 miles from the sea' and the well known on 'the" Clewiston stage SECOND LIFE TERMT. 1i j investigations could be made. The

man can climb it to a height of vast majority of the, tatefis,: '50 milesor having taken part in previous dramatic I i jury met again at 8:30: Wednesday

ten, feet or more. less from the .-seal "' : entertainments, some however, I night 'to continue its Investi'-ition.
';The State Hospital for 'the 'Insaneis 'In; crossing' Lake Okeechobee, one will make their first appearance as O. (Tip) Mercer, who is already I After an hour's deliberation, a

at Chattahoochee, the Boys' Schoolof is cut.,of sight 'of.:land. / the crfr ;iatrnissip dsa jneaandlta'the under life sentence for his part .lathe verdict calling the accident unavoidable -
Corrcetion at Marianna, the ,girls' Marion county first produced the 'curtain '"rises at' 8:15: Tuesday robbery of the Tropical State but recommending further investigation -

School of Correction State School for ,Deaf and Blind at oranges. I guilty Saturday of robbery of the jury was returned.

St, : Augustine, the State School for The' 'cassava, a staple article for Bank of LaBelle, and was sentencedto Mrs. Lynn had just won the

Fe'eble'Mn ded"'Children at Gaines- diet" in"Central America, is grown in SCOUT DINNER IS life imprisonment at hard labor. Austin In a contest in Fort :dyers!

ville, the State Prison at Raiford, the Florida. The sentence was handed down by and the two women were on their

University of Florida at Gainesville, Pvollins college is the, oldest insti- : Circuit Judge George W. Whitehurst way! to West Palm Beach to show it
the Florida State College for Women tution 'of higher learning in Florida.A IMPRESSIVE EVENT after the 'jury had returned a ver- to Mrs. Lynn's mother, ,Mrs. BessieA.

t.. at Tallahassee' and the Florida barbed wire fence marks ;the dict. The )jury 'deliberated about Faville. Both were, socially

+ 'Agricultural and' Mechanical College Georgia-Florida' boundary throughits Daniel Carter Beard, dean and 20 minutes on the case. prominent in Fort Myers.

(for negro young men and, women) entire length. It was erected by originator of the Boy Scouts of America Pete Frierson and Dan Blount,

at- .: Tallahassee. th-e'state of Georgia :as',a precaution was honor guest' at a Parent-Son of LaBelle, who were'tried with Mer-

,Florida"observes" the first Fridayin a g, i st'the.. importation 'of, cattle banquet ,held Tuesday, night' at the cer 'were found guilty and sentencdfor Peterson To Be Whip
; Februtry as Arbor Day. 'it'was tick from 'Florida. Clewiston Inn.
The inspiration given seven years each.Th'e .
to one make of the first states in: the Union 'The bloomingof ,yellow jasmine is the parents and scouts presentthe three men were tried together, Of Florida's GroupJ.

the' organized.planting of thefirst, ,harbinger of Spring,in Florid dinner? will lo'n'g'be' rememberd, Mercer as principal, and Blount and
ed the custom in; 1886. -, Hardin Peterson, representativeelect
even as the institution of
: 'scouting
Frierson accessories after the fact.
Key West is 'recognized by theUnited 'The U. S. 'Naval Stores experiment founded in the fertile brain of ,Mr. Testimony as was introduced to show from Lakeland,. will be the new
States. Bureau of Fisheriesas station at Olustee whip of the delegation from Florida
is the only one Beard; will continue ,.bridge'the that the two men had driven Mercerto
: possessing, one of the finest fishing session of Congress; ,
of its'kind'inYthe'world.The stationis from settled I during the 73rd
gap rowdy boyhood to Ft. Mjyers after the robbery
grounds in the world., There are : operated under the. direction of manhood.I I ,' I II a caucus of the delegation decided
over 60Q different varieties of edi- Mercer was Identified by Gordon Peter-
the In Washington. IJr.
Bureau of, Chemistry and Oils, Despite,, the cold rain which 'began yesterday
ble fish caught In the Perry, cashier of the bank, who WS3 Greenof
Key 'WestI Department: of Agriculture.Qu.iiFYI1xilifooNDSI. to fall in the late afternoon, I will succeed Representative ,
the banquet' .table was surrounded' bv I forced; ,into the bank vault January Starke, who Is now the oldest
.
75- persons- from Ft. Myers Clewis- : 18, bound and gagged, while two man from point of,legislative servicein
I TWELVE YEAR OLD GOLFER ; men escaped with $496.50 in silver, the House from Florida.
iahd
CALLED ton, Belle Glade; Pahokee, Canal ,
BREAKS' 50 HERE 'SUNDAY FOR; LADIES' ,TOJJRNA5n2NT, .Point., Including} leaders '''in scouting pickles and pennies. The caucus did not bind its members -
Mercer was the only accused to to unit rule In their
',' Qualifying for the Ladies tourname'nt work in* each, of the- cities represented. to adhere a
Young Jimmy Harxingt.o'n, 12 take the witnesss stand. He testified vote on naming a speaker to succeed
: year ; which''ivili' be held In the '
that he was picking beans in the N. Garner, who tomorrow will
John
venerable ;
old son' of J. J. Harrington, realized very The scout, -Mr. Beard, I
; ; near future, will' begin, on the ,
I" icinity at the time 'the vice-prebideiit.. Mr.
one of hI's 'golfing ambitions ,here Clewiston 'golf Sunday and who Is ,the only 'p rsol1 eve r elevatedto. of Clewiston i be inaugurated as :
: course occured. A few days later Majol'lIty' -
teirank"of robbery : I Green said he would support
p'erfept
:Sunday when he' crashed through will continue through Wednesday. : I,Scout, :was
I he was arrested In Ft. Myers, and Leader Rainey.
,
belt' which
with a 49 on the Clewiston Golf After the qualifying presented with a scout in '
scores are
said'to have $30 in silverIn I assignments were discussed -
nearly
Committee
Course, six strokes less than any' of ,posted, handicaps f will''be it insignias, of various steps in scoutcraft was
:and 'I I
!Ietf
; tlmo ho decided that
been his pockets at the was ar- but it was pre-
:his had
The belt
previous 'performances. Lloyd I is expected that the tournament will ; woven. wasa
:Sparrow, pro., said there'was nothing beging the following week. An ,increasing token of esteem from the Clewis- rested. ferences for the four new members:
Wilcox -
phenominal ,about Jimmy's shots"- number of ladles seen 'ton., troups.Ill The three: men were taken from Joe Sears of Jacksonville, Mark
: are '
Milliard
J ). Just kept 'em "straight, and made on ;;the} course,' and l t.Ere8t.! in the was the honor of James Winn the LaBell Jail Monday to be carried ofY'est Palm Beach, Hardin
\, { each one count, Sparrow said. coming tournament,' the first; Ladiet3tournament to kbe'i presented the badge ,of )Eagle to' the State Penltentary at 'Raiford. Caldwell, of Milton, and J.
would not be
Lakeland, :
Scout by"1\lr.\ Beard. 'Sco t'Executive Peterson, of
ever to be held in Clew-
before Congress -
FLANIKEN1 WINS SWEEPSTAKESB. Iston, is high. Pryor 'was also presented a badgeof ICE TRUCK' OVERTURNS known until a few'In special days session.
the :same rank at the'same time convenes
PLAN ST PATRICK'S'DANCE by the originator of the idea of James'Wilson, negro truck driver Representative Green, however is
C. Flaniken, of the engineer's March 17th is being looked forward scouting. narowly escaped serious injury' yes- auotPd as saying that he will insist:

office, was winner of first place. in I to with pleasure by Clewiston I The badge of a second class scout terday afternoon when his truck over- that he be placed on the importantways

sweepstakes tournament held at the and the lake shore citizens, with the was presented Bobby Patterson; and turned on the Moore Haven road and means ,committee, ami at
Clewiston Golf Course Sunday. Flan- announcement of the dance committee H. R. 'Hall, was given supervisory near Benbow Farms' camp. Loosing I least one' member' will ask to :n, assigned -

Iken's 102 with a handicap of 30 of the St. Margaret's guild ot charge of the local troups, as a sontrol or the Ice truck Wilson found to the committee on rivers
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gave him a net of 72, or even par. the Catholic Church that a gala representative from the American it headed for the ditch along side I and harbors, one of tho most Important -

Tom,Shelley and Mk, P. Peterson:with St..' Patrick's dance will be held Legion, which organization Is sponsoring of the highway. Both the car and. committees as far as Florida

73's tied for, second place.' Ij j I at the Clcwlston'Inn" on March 17th., j the work among the boys. driver escaped withaut harm., 1 Is concerned..




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7' FRIDAY, /
TWO ., 'THE, CLEWISTOX) NEWS. '; ;I.1f11"
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q-iesiej tl1e-President to give a position jit all six -years.I {I'more valuable service has been rendered KRAUT MADE' AT HOME

the Qewislon 'WS: of honor to the man whose five I They are stressing six factors as I in 'enabling the families to FROM; GOOD CHEAP FOOD GARBAGE PRODUCT .s3:3

diinonlacal shots were 'aimed at the affecting the health of baby chicks. maintain the health of their members IS _

Published every Friday ir. Clewtatoa I lEe of the President, and one of'These are: Hatch early; use clean: A well balanced and varied -T

Florida by the ,CLEWISTON NEWS which almost took the life from the eggs and keep the chicks clean; see diet has been possible, in many instances Gainesville Fla, -"Sauerkraut Is

Inc. ]Mayor of Chicago. However, on the give the chicks clean land on whichto with the home products easily made at home, is a good foodproduct

1 other ,hand, we can only believe that run; feed a balanced ration; and when it would not have been possible : and when cabbages are plentiful -

Entered as second class matter. separate the pullets from the cock- otherwise. and cheap many' families may a
im-pressed well stock their 'pantries with this .,:
: February 1, 1927, at the Post Office i erels. I have found that these pay. In Florida, the land of fruits, "
: Dr. E. W. Berger, a 's
et Cl<.." l1 ton, Florida under the Act I ans, as well as many others who can The Extension Poultryman says that vegetables, flowers and sunshine, product says
nf March: 3, 1897.A plctuie themselves chaffing under others in the campaign have profitedby this program has made rapid stridesIn Gainesville resident! who ,makes excellent :

I the sting of the embarassment.Take them also. recent years. County agents and' kraut. ,
I He believes the beginner will find
j-G.vsi-aper devoted to tho best a tip from the tormented i The ,Extension Poultryman says home demonstration agents have J- b
.it best to the kraut in glass y:
tnte>.cats: \; of Hhudiy County Florida.. Texans, and see what you say before that these Six factors are the funda- helped families with their vegetableand ; process "
i fruit jars. The cabbage should be
mentals of chick production and that
Its heeling: newspaper. jcu sign. fruit problems and have encouraged -
shredded and then mixed with salt '
we cannot afford to ignore them. them to grow more of these fat
the rate of 1 pound salt to 40
Folks who fan'to heed the
one of the fact that no
Despite
products.
Subscription rate: per year ....-$2.00 CHEATING THE SPORTSMAN pounds cabbage. Pack the cabbage in "
I I practices lose more than those who little has been made along
Outside of State of Florida _._,.$2.EO progress layers of, one to two inches, tamping
follow all
of them; ,the more of the this line there is still room for
Advertising rates furnished on application I In the absence of details it is not practices that are not followed, the much improvement.A each layer with a blunt stick until r
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possible) to know definitely what has greater are the losses. the juice' comes to the level of the .K
fairly recent survey by the agricultural -
I I kraut. Fill jars to within about an
.hpppoued to the budget of the game "We can purchase breeding stock] economics department of
inch of the top In quarts and two ;
\tid fish which has baby chicks and eggs, but we cannot the College. of indicates
Business News
( offioe. Closlbton department Agriculture I inches in half gallons place rubber'
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buy''sanitation he "Let all
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says. us that the value of the home
Editorial and
C] wfFiYCn. ,Florida. i fir'- '''ntly been subjected toa pruning the average I and top on, but do not seal. :
Advertising samo. I L:: the authorities at Tallahassee. It ,observe factors affecting chick garden is $34 a year, the total value The liquid in the jars will rise and
"- :health this year 'and reduce our loss
of home In the State ,
-- Ii.-. ,peeled that the figures will be gardens overflow. When it begins to _
may
I o 10 per cent or more'.. being two million dollars. In
Telephone :.J,t9 published in a few days and sports- I numerous lower, the souring is about complete a,

-"- ftllHl are awaiting the bad news within instances women and girls end the jars should be sealed. After
I Iciest. They understand that the who have kept records of, their gar- '
M--March. DR. WILL two or three weeks the kraut is
KNNAMAN I dens and orchard 'work in
allowance for the employment of coopera-
A---a "new deal." tion ready for'use.. Adding a small Quantity '
I with the home demonstration
wardeius has been drastically
cnr- of to the top of each
Recovery.' sugar jar
.' C-Confidence.. t._Jled and they want to know whatis LECTURE AT CHURCH agent have shown that their garden before it is set aside to:sour will ..A

H. Happy days ,ahead. I to become of the 'money they are and orchard 'products can easily be make a more sour product .
Tribune paying for bunting licenses. This made to have a value of $100, $200
-Tampa ( is supposed to be used to and even $300. Six million dollars a '
money (From Moore Haven Democrat) Not Edible Shellfish' '
protect the and if it is not to year for the State is not too higha
WOULD game Dr. J. O. Kinaman archaeologist'
WHO HAVE BEEN: I Clams found In the rivers of Wisconsin
PRESIDENT? be used for that purpose somebody is explorer and lecturer,: will lecture at goal. are chiefly used for the comoiercial -
going to have some tall explaining The home demonstration
I the Methodist Church here Sunday I agents production of pearl buttons. '

With discussion rife, on 'the sub- jdo.. evening at 7:30 o'clock on the sub- and orchards or those 'from'which These are large clams and are not ++ .

ject, 'Ufl i to who would have been Unless there has' been some juggl- ject "My Trip Through, Africa." Dr. fresh vegetables and fruits can be edible. They are also used for commercial zit
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president if the attempt, of Zangarn, I ir,-j of figures at Tallahassee thegame Kinnamaa is at present- dean of Miami I garnered every week in the year. In ) clam meal ::4

had loru successful, in' killing'Roosevelt I department does not cost the Military Academy and Junior times of surplus canning can be resorted Amber <'

/ ; ,and ,so many requests have ;taxpayers a cent. Whether should' College, and is widely_,known, over to, but even cans'and Jars :
come to the writer for information (joi not is another question. Unquestionably the South through his Thursday cost money which fresh vegetablesand .Amber a, fossilized vegetable resin, j"f.'

: on the subject, we_ feel that many, of preservation of the evening travel talks. over, radio sta- fruits do not require. ;hard, brittle translucent and yellow. ':;'i

: our readers will !be interested in I. wild life of the state is an 'induce- tion WQAM.Much Fresh products from home gar- brown In color Is easily electrified by i-' 1: ,.'
,friction.. This,Is regarded the ,:. :
knowing the procedure for naminga meat to tourists and by bringing local interest is attached to dens and orchards! often are sold in as first ,' '
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p ro'1'for: the. chief executives. I I more visitors here operates to the Dr. Kinnaman's coming, as :he Is a town, and thus supplement the fam electrical) phenomenon to have been .\1., :
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I' ily income' in substantial'way. observed and was remarked by tie ;; r'
benefit a .
Up until the of the recently 'of all property owners and former resident and known to all '
passage early Gr&}ka i
ad)pted 20th amendment, this bu-'iness establishments. For that older.settlers of Moore Haven. He I :

point c'oes! not' seem to have been I I reason a good case can be made out has visited here recently, and owns

covered in any of the laws and 'no I for requiring that the general fund an attractive" bit of acreage on road

precedent: has been set. Various 10-,I fst: ?lid some of the cost. But it doesno't 67 south of town, on which he hopesto

leases have been made by men well have to do so. All of the money' make his home some day. ..

versed :in the machinery of'govrn-j used to enforce the game laws comes Dr. Kinnman ,has spent much of

innt:
veigh; of authority: seems to be in I Ii maintaining the- department falls on was once held captive 5 months bya ;

i favor of calling a special them and them alone. I wild African tribe. His experiencesare

) of tiv: Electoral College meeting"4 No complaint is heard from, the I the basis of his travel lectures. t.

i ,decision would have been final In I It sportsmen. They appreciate that FOR

t such a case applied to the present, they are primarily benefitted by.protection VEGETABLES FROM;, OWN I

I'. in view to' the overwhelming sanc- of the game,and if the whoje GARDENS, FRUITS ,FROM i

\ tion John Nance Garner had at the state shares in the benefit so much OWN ORCHARDS, IS,' GOAL '
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c\ ; Democratic convention there seems the better. They are willing to pay i SPRING C "

: no drubt but that Garner would the cost but they ale unwilling that By Spuds Johnson OPSI. .

have Lecn made President. the money collected from them fora Garden products and fruits pro- ,

This conjecture, however is assuming hPCific nurnose-' -should- he used- fnr duced at home are_ coming to the .. .

the 20th amendment had not, something else., That is why they! rescue of the pocketbooks of farm 'i. I ..

been ratified prior to the death of want to know what is going to be I I families throughout the United I : ,. : ,

: a' president elect. Two sections of done with the surplus in the fund States. Families whose incomes are

i"f '; the 20th amendment ,as you quite resulting from. the "economies" they reduced are turning to home gar- I\ ,. The Clewis

.J ; 'well kusw, are not operative, until I have been hearing about from Talla-. dens and orchards for greater and ton C. s.

i the October following ratification of hassee.It greater portions of their food sup-
I plies. These aided the fam-
I I the amendment. These are the serI is hard to guess ''what will be- have

I tions dealing with the time of inauguration come of it. :The governor has declared ilies t ocut expenses, but, a much

i of the 'president, and the I: that he has put an end to the .:.." :,'

j 1 : time, for congress to convene. practice of "diverting" from one

Such a contingency is definitely f fund to another. Applied to the SiRffi! $ :

provuli-ci for in the third section of I game department that means that : ,., .
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the 20th amendment, which was ratified 11:e will not allow any of Its revenueto :

\ January 23 of this year. We be taken to pay off, grand juries

quote that section! : If, at the time ,'!'and legislative attaches or to hire I GREENE'.S.SALE I mc,1;

I fixed for the begining of the term ono state's attorney with the money 'I :

of the 'President, the President elect saved by firing three game wardens. I ,
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shall have died, the vicepresidentelect <:,:So what? Is a game department, I Continues ONE .
.
'' MORE .
shall become president. If the surplus; going to lie Idle in the ; Week ..

j 'Presidenthail not have been chosen treasury while poachers raid the I ..
t' I
before the time fixed for the begin- preserves?

ing of his term, or if the President 'j There. isn't' any sense to that and, I VISIT, USDAILY g _

elect shall have failed to quailfy, we cant: see the' governor' counten-
then the,' vice-president elect shall j FAST COLOR
,ancing it. On the other hand that Ne vv' PRINTS '
act as president until a president!iis all AND SEE
a good many anxious sportsmen .
I Large Selection of iJ
shall have qualified; :and the Congress [can make of the news from the Patterns ,, ,
law OUR MANY VALUES ... ..... .
by
may provide for the budget hearing. It has been estimated "u ,_

case' wherein neither a presidentnor that the revenue of the game ....- ...W5I ....".......}oij
a Vice President elect shall NAT FAST COLOR VOILS
: have department for this year will _be 1
Due to late arrivals of New llERCHew
qualified, declaring who shall then about
f $120,000 and it was 0 Smart F b
act ANDISE which bought especiallj l"lCSow Prices
as President or the manner in stOi-rl that the budget had we

which owe who is to act shall be balanced on that basis under-I for our opening sale we are continuing :r __

: selected, and such person shall act ,!OCf.omy, wave hit the our GAIN FESTIVAL" for j
.1 until a President another week. LADIES HATS
or Vice President i!expenses were not in excess N' a
I i. shall. hove qualified." Many have taken advantage of our .
come then cutting 0 The
will
expenses only Styles "
values and due to the large crowds you expected ,,_. ,;_' t!'
create ,
:
a surplus. And who :'
\ gets I ,
1\ THEY WILL SIGN ANYTHING: the surplus? we've'had we feel that the extension __ 'm .... ,. / :',.\
j of, this sale for one more week Mill ; ;) ::'
As startlIng as it may seem, 400' Wo pause for an answer until we make shopping easy and then too, 'N e'4T' FAST COLOR DRESSES ,
> '
,J{ see the budget details. If the figures > .\ i
late arrivals MERCHANDISE
persons in a small Texas city this I of o Chic _
l show Styles----All "
that
Prices
less than '
the $120,000 being ; ;
j _
which
week signed a 'petition requesting'j shoppers are eager for, has ,",' r

j 1 Koosevf'. to appoint his would-be as-'!set aside taken fo from rthe sportsmen has been i come in since our opening. .-.a_" r= =_ .. _'.. '.. .
: slain Guiesspe) Zangara to protection of game Come and make savings-sale
,,
\ a post
then there is cheating going on and THE FAMILY :
'FOR SHOES
in the cabinet.:: tinues one more week. conN
the responsible authorities at, Talla- W
Yet practically every one of them hassee might as well get their ears ='" -._ _. ... ",......,-"" o Help Yourself--- VE'VISIT .

would have denied the charge unless ready for some' red hot burning.- USDAILY "7 L""HI" __ .
shown his name P.rZr. :""' ""= """" "" n
".1 1 on the paper. Fort Mvers News-Press. ""'"

f i The petition was circulated by a New BLOUSES AND SKIRTSGreene's Y

I newspaper in Temple, Texas. In the GROW HEALTHY ClUCKS .
I' first paragraph: the petition requested AND SEE Sale Brings Savings

r Roosevelt to cut government expenses With the chick hatching season in I OUR MANY VALUES
: ---The signers _
', evidently did
I h I full swing, it might pay us to give
not read farther, for in later ''
.J > a paragraph attention to the growing of healthy f WATCH OUR WINDOWS FOR DAILY
was the II SPECIALS
Ijt request to name the chicks. All of us who have ,everrair.ed 4k.;
dlmunillve Italian to some post in
poultry knows that the prob- -- }
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\\f the president's -
cabinet. lem of : :
1( getting chicks to live and

'j The circulation of petitions .has grow into healthy birds Is a big one. DRY
1 GREENS GOODS
CO.>
- ] long beea; known to. be one of the Perhaps If we give them a litle more Inc.
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easiest things to do. People, it seems attention it would pay. : ;

i\1] will sign anything. In one way we ,Tho county agent in my county is

'Mi;: 'cannot help but feel sorry for those cooperating with the Extension Poul- Fi "WHERE :QUALITY MEETS ECONOMY : ,'

r j unwitting Texans who scrawled their tryntan at Gainesville In puting on a !

| slgnatui;js to the document! Imagine "Grow Healthy Chicks" campaign.This l::; MOORE HAVEN, FLORIDA m. :
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realization that they had re- running, and I have participated in .' } .'.:,\.,'t::; ,: ,_-'Jt'.:-, ---.. 'i'A.'rf"" 'iiJ. ?_.., -- ,,-,'. -... ....- .. !: 'II.\\I"';. -r ..-0. ,1't' : u.- "I. -.IKfiffiPAGE ; !:


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FRIDAY,.MARCH.3, 1083..J I THE CLEWISTON !NEWS; PAGE THREE

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A. W. Lawrnce, A, A. Munroe, =--...: J JI
we tell 'e. mwe: did it without
creating
and E. B. Butler were in Tampa ,on i [if I I
"J )::1 Personal Mention I business Saturday. I TOO LATE TO 'III BYRUSSELL any new sources of revenue or

I increasln' those
I already existing, well

Howard Miller, and Carl P. Kauf-, CLASSIFY KAY IIII III II Ii i mean we are goin' to be talked

,: R.. C. Lang ,jr., of Ft. Myers wasa .mann, of Baltimore Md., who have } I:about. A state that can pull a trick
business visitor here been in Clewiston for of ---- ---,
-" : several days a couple \ i like that in these days and times haa
don't know whether'I really whole world is in frame .
weeks on business for a 'contracting a of mind just got to be looked up to.

' Miss Sue Maxwell and R. L. Cok'I..er' company, left Monday for their, ought to say anything more about today to take off it's helmet and And while
advertising not, because if I you and me didn't ac-
or keepIt
home. make bow to the
attended the show In West Palm a pretty guy who tually have to do the frettin' and
up, first thing you know somebodywill can balance a budget.So .
Beach Sunday.
.
worryin' to
work out the problem
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Ireland, of Ft. get the crazy idea I know some- when the ,
Myers,. were here on business Saturday thing about it and start calling me State of Florida I as Floridians we share the credit,
Miss Vilma Rhodes and Ernest R. advertisin' man. comes out with the announcementthat I'I for it's Florida's budget. It was our
Mr. Ireland is superintendent .an
: ). UTheriot: attended the show ',in West for the Sparado Contracting ,Not that I'm ashamed of the title, she has succeeded in sittin' 'I team that won the old ball game.
around a table with a JI&-SAW:; Remember this
,;Palm Beach Sunday. puz- Florida is lS3.din'tho
only it would hardly be fair to the
company, which has a contract of a
zle like that
and actually solved the
league
to-day, and if all
who is legally entitled to sucha I wa
unit of dike near, Moore Haven. guy
Rev. C. A. Lynn, of Kissimmee,. label, to have to be confused in the darn thing; I'm tellin' you that's im I stand back of the team, h> flllin1
advertisement that'll just naturally the
-missionary Sunday School organizer. public mind with a bird like me. I grandstand and bleachers and
Those from Clewiston attendingthe knock the national eye out. But keepin' them
spent Sunday here. I .But 'how-the-so-ever, I can't helprearm' encouraged with cheers
Millionaire's Party of the Kiwanis wait, the fact that."wo balanced it, i ii I mean there just ain't nothin1 can
I up on my hind legs and point-
Club at Hollywood Tuesday is only a part of the story. When !!stop us.
Miss Mary Bush and Glen Ether-; in' to the accomplishment of balanc-I i
night were: Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Shelley -
ton were among those in West Palm in' the state budget as one of the ... ,
Miss Sue Maxwell, 'R. L.Coker,
: Beach Sunday. E. E. Kelly, J. A. McGehee, Miss sweetest little 'advertisrnnts any commonwealth -

Moore Louise Waldron, 'A. W. Sias, Victor could ask for right'now.. A ;

Paul Moore, of Haven, was Blate C. L, Downs, and John K. ,There, was a time, awhile back, i dF fF" a -

In Clewiston on business Monady. \lowry.FLORIDA. when the 'statement, "We've

First bank of ramroYn-oc tht T ced our budget," didn't balan-j

more to the average citizen than the .
'. Gratton. George returned to hig price of tomatoes in Peru. The only
home here Sunday after a short visit FAcTs .
response you'd draw on such a crack Clewiston fioU Course

with friends in Dexter, Missouri. .. would be, "Gosh, I didn't know you
"
could
--- juggle.
J. K., Baker and Dave G. Alston
'
Florida possesses the largest narcissus But nowadays;with budget balanc- .,
e're
business visitors in Tampa Mon- '
bulb farm in the United, States in' the national indoor sport, any .<
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day. Salt Springs ; in Marion county, guy who can sure enough balancea ""'" "' ,.J

many miles from the nearest sea budget has got a battin' average : .Open '
J. 'H. Strunk, of Miami, spent a '
water, teems with salt water fish. like Babe 'Ruth., We look on himas -
few days this week in Clewiston on ;
}(i.
The process for kind cross between litothe ':
of
manufacturing ice a a a Wiz- :' -
I business. .. ,: > :
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,l z was discovered by a Florida physician ard and a Voo-doo Priest. .: '. ;
';. EPuhiic
r Dr. John B. Gorrie, ,of Apala- So if you ask me, I thinks we oughto .- i< 'rJ
L. E. Gradlck, of, Pahokee spent .... .
chicola. oJ
rise and sing at,least one verse of ; Qa ocsma (

: the week end here with Mrs. Grad- i Tampa Is the largest manufacturerof "America" in honor of the Budget .. ',I ;,

ick, and son, at the Clewiston Inn. cigars in the world. Commission. Not only for the swell ,. "

Florida 'possesses more than 30- little job they did in 'strinkin' a bal-' .

; 'Mrs .Lillian Howell spent Sunday 000 lakes. ance, but in doin' it far enough in Moderate Green Fees ,

in Miami where she went to visitwith With one exception, Okeechobeeis advance to be helpful. .

*:, friends. the largest lake wholly within Mr. Goliath J. Budget 4s a tough '

N the United States' old egg any way you take him. Exceptional: FairwaysInteresting 1

M: M. ,Achard, of Ft. Myers was The Lewis State Bank at Tallahassee While it ain't my purpose to belittle I.

among ,out of town men transacting ,. is the oldest bank in Flor- the next job a guy' named David dida GreensThe "

;business here Monday. ida. The Quincy State Bank at few years 'back with his trusty I

'1': .. Quincy; has bank 'charter ''numberono sling-shot; at the same time, I'm k

.'r Dan B. Allen and M. D Bledsoe but the Lewis institution, as a here to ,tell you that "Our Dave" ,. ,-'.-

attended the dog races in 'West banking. house, even antedates that. tackled just as formidable 'a giant Most 'Popular Recreation .
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,
.:. Palm Beach Monday night. The SuwaI'ineeRiv r, which inspired and made just. as 'clean a' noc1f-out '. -
.
Center iii Clewiston
Ttephen Foster's worldfamous '
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handlin' ,.
.. in our budget problem '
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hooker, came song, Is a stream in northern I But gettln' back to the subject of ..;. .. ,
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:Florida.. 1 ./ : .. 'j
up from Immokalee to spend the advertisin'! which supposed to be ..

.' week end here with their family.E. A large part of South Florida was I the text of this little, sermon, whatI q
once a part of the bottom .of the (
started out to say was this. The
sea-the-teeth of sharksfis f'
P. Bailey, of Philadelphia is found in -:.. '

the guest of his brother, Rev. W. T. phosphate mines in the interior. .
' Iron ore. is found in Levy county ." : !
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Bailey, and Mrs. Bailey. t1$ ft\ :
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,
near Bronson. The Confederacyis "r %
:.
-.L-Monroe, representative 'of-the said to have utilized this iron during 0 :
the, Civil War for the manufacture
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'
Gulf Refining company, of Miami I u

was here on business Wednesday. of cannon. Blow
The Confederacy, during the Civil Strike A At Depression !
War obtained
9 1t, A. W. Lawrence attended a spe- a large' portion of Its I I

cial meeting of the masonic lodge in supplies of salt from a plat on, St. oC
Andrews Bay, near where.Panama )
Moore Haven Wednesday night.

James A. Rum ley, of Ocala, who forces City now destroyed, stands.it Federal with 'a ,loss Naval to Investment and Employment Are Better and Cheaper Than'Charity':]

was formerly ,stationed at Clewiston the Confederacy of approximately. ,
' 3000000.; ,
_,S- with the U. S. engineers, spent the : '
week end here visiting, friends.Mr. Virtually all of the communitiesin Jr; 1"f4
,; Florida known as "Fort" suchas '

and Mrs. W. D. Tidwell and Fort' Myers, Fort Drum, Fort )
Pierce, etc., derive their names from .. ,<
children, and Mr and Mrs. Dan B.. .
.
the fact that they were army posts. .
"
Allen and
daughter, were visiting In ,
From where does, jour bread and butter corm? From ,
Felda Sunday. These posts were oneday's march 1 .'. ,J
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apart. your own work.' '" '
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' '' Mr. and :Mrs. Ed Butler and son Pensacola is the largest shipper -5- S '., ',;; ..r ,

.Jimmy were among Clewiston residents of red snapper in the world, vessels From" where does your work come? From,the need .. '0.' : .:..,: > ':-i'

attending,. the show in Belle from the port travelling as far as for your services:by some other. .' individual.. or con pnnr.' .. t ,,"'( j
the coast of Mexico for their catches. : '; :i .
,Glade Sunday.. .. _: ) :
,The porpoise is a mamal. It has \Vo !have all been complaining about business. being vJ'''- ,1

Mrs. Dick Knight and baby son lungs instead of gills. It1 has 'to !' bad because our labor or products Pro not in sufficient; ,:'",.' c ::5 I

recently returned to their home here come to the surface to breathe: demand.. Tho chances are ,that thos 'of us who com-' .... ,.t-;: ':, .t
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Palatka at time /
the
one was :
in from Alabama.a short visit with her parents southermost railroad terminal in the ". plain loudest, have done the most to create uiieiuploy-1 );4"/. :.

state, and Florida's most popular ment. /}:.r..,
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4 ,t-:. Miss Launita Roberts returned to winter resort. ; '
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Clewiston The first commercial airplane ser- ,There are millions of Americans who lia\e money to
Sunday after having visi
ted relatives in Ocala for a shortime tschedule vice in the United States on regular spend-and they aren't spending it. They: are waiting

was established betwen St. for prosperity to come beak, for nn "Act of GoJ" to i

Ptersburg and Tampa. drop dollars in their laps, for n 'good i fairy to shower. r ,,
'
'3 Mr. and Mrs. L. :M. Donaldson, of D-crN"Y them, with gold, for a "cure-all" law to leo parsed. '.

::h Racine Wisconsin, and H. L. McDonald .

' of Orlando, were here on J Those things won't happen. Prosperity; will return .

t: business several days of last week. GET UP in proportion revive. as our initiative, courage""and determination ": J '


E. L. Stewart, cashier of the First .' .'

:' Bank of Clewiston, was called to IAt '
Night Millions of our homes need improvements, millions ,of '. .'
West Palm Beach Friday to testify '
pieces of"household equipment should be replaced, mil- ,.: ,.
. in .of'the mflioai who
a forgery case before the coun- U you are 0. .
timea a nlpt.youf be stud repaired: Improvements ; :'
ty court. mutt get u pee.vrat lions of buildings should repainted "
trouble h bladder due to an of 'this nature can be made at a. lower cost ;:,
', trft tioa of the or a.c.I ,
Miss Dorothy Griswold, of the acidity of UM urfn Than just fay I now than at any time in decades.

state health department, of Talla- GOLD MEDAL

'hagsee spent a few days of last HA RUM OIL CAPSULES Those spending money would get moro for their investment
'DwiDc237 thii fine aid 1>rep6ratioo -
week at the Clewiston Inn while )has : In tFIRE than in imany )'cars. The laboring man gets .
adlllonL
here on business. on Gold Melia '": a job. The storekeeper sells 'his wares and orders more. ,. '.; .

' Factories begin to operate and orders go in for raw materials :. ,
,:; ,- Mrs. L. E. Sparrow, and baby dau- .. '
po-- '-------- transportation revives and the business cycle is : .
ghter, Anne, and Mrs. Olive Sparrow DEPARTMENT IMPROVRMIENTClewiston.

".'J and Dr. A. Fergurson, of Tampa ar- complete. ,

. :; rived here Sunday for a short visit. Florida Feb 21, 1933 '
-I '; Mrs. L. E. Sparrow remaining. Sealed proposals will 'be received by No town is too small, no city too large., You have ,
City Commission
of the of
City Clew
l If.::::, h ton, Florid, at the City Hall until jour chance to help now. IT'S UP TO YOU .1''
:'r:. Mrs. 5:00 P. M. Monday April 3, 1933 for .
,,,1 Clyde Siegfried, of Alliance, furnishing all material and fire fighting -
Ohio, and Mr. and Mrs.. John ,Tyson, I
,;..:/v. and daughter, Enda Mae, of SaintCloud tion fourth of class fire to insurance second class rating, for from all

wre guests of Mrs. Tyson's properties the City of Clewiston "

sister, Mrs. H. .C. Avant, over the within 500 feet 400 of feet'a fire of a hydrant canal or Separatproposals within e '
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:: week end. may be submitted for new
J, and for re-conditioned equipment
The right is reserved to reject
any
Miss Bonceil Stone and Foy Dur- or all bids and to waive formalities
rence' motored to and to accept any bids that the interest Clewiston"G
West Palm Beach ..
'; of the City of Clewiston may Beautify
Sunday where they went to bring require. .
Miss Mae Lily Stone to her home Commissioner R. Y. PATTERSON .
of
'. Public Works
.c' here. She had been visiting rel City of Clewiston Florida.. .
atives., j>i.v.. BIGG CIty Clerk .
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'PAGE'. FOUR', ., '. ". .' H." .L. __ .,_. .-THE.CLEWISTOX: .: ... "'; ," NEWS,' Ir" ., __ _. '. ; .. ."....,.?.. '., -. ..,..,.---- "/"" ," ._ N' r- FKTOAY. MARCH S, .1938JE '

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"'I Editor' C. J Lovvorn Cla r- or corporation for whom such 4 .. .
Man iging; ; I
BOXDfG TEAM Dinner for
{
IVL{ iston,' Flauslaejb trustee Is acting" Is given; also that A .$1.00
TO nciiT HERE SATURDAY: ; : Manager, C. J. Lovvorn. the, said, two I>paragraphs: taln'statements '
Ciewiiton, Fla., embracing efflants'a full knowledge ...you.beat it? Most, likely ing oatmeal and cook gently for
(From Moore Haven Democrat) I "U.jt} the owner Is: and belief as to the circumstances 'CAN can. ;- food is low lu .thirty mmv.tes.. Strain and,serve, 'i .. .
Lovvorn Clcwlston.. Fla.; and conditions under which Peas and Onions:
(' J atyour' Southern
team of ho Riverside< ,But be sure .t
,
The boxing who now. '
'and security holders price ; '
Beach Fla. stockholders bunch .
Beach West Palm Clean and cut the tops off a
S, C
of tei the books of tho dietetic as well aa
is
Militarj: Academy, composed Palm Beach Fla. do' not appear upon meal '
no 1' Bryant the onions
the local I 2'hat the known bondholders, mort- company as trustees, hold .stock' and delicious, if it is to give good oi young onions. Split
memberwill in '
appear
: and other security holders securities in a capacity other than I is possible, however leiagth\mso, and' add with one. .
\ evening. One member :gLees that 'of a bona fide owner; and that value. It very the .
arena Saturday omilngr or holding 1 per cent or more stocking with slice of bacon to, one-half
of the' team is .a local boy, Eric-I''of total amount of bonds, mortagges, this that affiant any other has person no reason ssoclatlon to believe or ca.nned.foods, that by now while the up priers I co tents of 'a No. 2 can of peas. ,

Boe, wjio, has won considerable renown are other securities are: corporation has any Interest direct' or serve these dietetic Add th1"t fourths cup' of boiling
Ipw can
i'one.Tuat. indirect 'in the said stock bonds, or are you I and boil until the onions
boxer. lees water,
Florida
in South as a for even .
abovetrivlng dollar dinners ,
next stated by
the two paragraphs other securities than as so .
arcs; tetuf.cr.! Add ,water, If' .
more
The Academy's home :Is in Gaines the names of the owners stock- him. -perhaps much less. Try' it, c .' .. '" .
,
and security holders if any, necssar y.., Remove the bacon, .
winter holders, C. J. LOVVORN
but through the. with this one. \ .
ville, G"oigla, contain not only the list of stockholder Editor i s -a'son f.o taste with salt and pepper t ff.
months its sessions are held in the : as they appear upon the books The above menu consists of SUE- ,- ant t serve. Tho liquid should
establishment at Hollywood? Florida' of the company, but also In. cases Sworn and subscribed before me this. talning foods and features two looll'ed almost ,
.1 v/ncrc the stockholder or security 18th day of February, 1933. be away. I '
i holder appears upon the books of the (SEAL) v PAUL DEAM. Southern. .. dishes, the'recipes' for Viol: Loaf: Remove the wrapper
.
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rimlwnicn
I company as trustee or in any other expires 24, 1933 are xuoll.y worth clipping from ,3. 7-ounce can of real loaf,
Nov. :
the of the pcrOF My commission ttfvo: ie
RECOMMENDED fiduciary relation, name list
1 FIVE NAMES II I adding to your coviir 'with boiling water and boil
BAKER'S 'PLACE -. oatm.eal.soup and minutes. Remove the '
TO TAKE 1- l'eclpes-tomato \ for fifteen:
AS PALM REACH SHERin 1I Southern peas and onions. neat: 'from the can to a .hot plat '

it I I Toy Town Likes Tomatoes: ,Tomato Oatmeal Soup:, Combine I.''ter Make a' sauce of one and

The names of five prominent Palm the contents of one No. 2 can :onenaif tablespoons butter, one

Beach citizens were submitted:, to 'of: tomatoes, one tablespoon sugar, and one.half tablespoons flour,
I twothirds milk and the liquor
and one-fourth teaspoons salt, cup I
week by" the one '
Sholtz this
Governor of carrots
one-fourth teaspoon! peppercorns fror. i. an 8-ounce' can
Palm Beach County Democratic Add the carrots and
and two slices of onions with two and peas. '
ecutive Committee as possible appointees -'riU cups of water. Bring to boiling. \ peas f season,,to taste with salt,and -

_to the sheriff's office, made ) Q Add four tablespoons Quick-cook-. pepp er and pour over the veal.

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The :names submitted _were: : Mrs. i
Bob Bn*:.cr, widow of the'late sheriff, : (Dinll I1IIJHIilllll! l IHIIIIIIIIlII! llllllllllllll li mITIlll TITiij 11'lIlllIilpq' } IIIIIIIIIItIA IIP.lI1ll11i! ,.
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W. H (III) Lawrence, Baker's chief' I
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deputy; : Ralph Osborne,,-county' com-' CLEWISTON DAIRY I t
mis 5ioier from the Lake ,Worth district .

; Vincent Oaksmith, former mayor 0o I

i: of West Palm Beach; and H. :T. .

!; Holloway, Baker's opponent in the 1 MIL K. '

;; November election. .

Two other names.have: been prominently .
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;"i mentioned as possible successor .- -

;1 to Baker; his brother 'L; R. : DELIVERED TO' YOUR DOOR DAILY 1

;::1 Baker, prominent West Palm: Beach FROM T. ,B. TESTED AND ACCREDITED COWS .
attorney, and Ed Stumpf, general

l'' manager of the .Reconstruction. Finance cA Modern, Sanitary, Steam Sterilized/ Plant /.
Corporation work in Palm I :f..
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Beach county. course they do-the ,dog! teaspoon pepper Ip. a pan. Cook

\ ... eared dog, the calico cat and covered in the oven for two and '

",, _STATEMENT*, : '.-, 1 '''.Etc.',' even becausethey the bright-eyed. see bunny the Add one.half'hours two tablespoons at ,275 butter degrees.when' '- \ Note the new cap on your grade ff.
of the Ownership, Jlnnnffonicnt; Perhaps: -
Required l>y tl o Act of Congress of navor of toy town drinking ,his done. ,. A-Raw Milk. It folds back milk ,
August :3. 1912.Or tomato juic cocktail every mornIng Hiked ,Tomatoes and ,Pepper: r
It THE CrEWISTOJ NEWS nd.ting such gay red tomatoes Shred one green pepper, and place

\\1 published> for October weekly .at 1932.Cle\\iston Florida in his noonday salad., in a baking dish with the contents pours out easily without a spat >_
.I STATE OP FLORIDA; : of one''.No. 2 cn of tomatoes; oneteaspoon
COUNTY OF HENEfRY:' __ '' Bailed is ono- of the very: best, salt ,and 'few grains! of
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Before me, 1otiiryp+1jlfc..lhl ":nn.1:['. ttyg; ::; to ear toniatoeeaf"this',season Bake-'In': : moderate'oven I ter. Another improvement in '
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aforesaid, whether. r erwr .
for the State and county : of the''ear.. And' I
6 appeared C. J. Lovvorn. until the peppers are tender; Add
personally I fresh-
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decent ,
: that from-the-can ,
: to' law deposes 'and says hej. Baked Tonatoes and Cheese:
I' is the editor of' the Clewlston Nev sand the ?, imo little good .elves, ".'
that the following: ; to the best cr.Mod viui,.ins, ,are' biding there Add to the contents' ,of a.No. 2 can I
of his knowledge and belief, a true of 'tomatoes one. teasuoaq'choppedonion. :
= cheeks
I statement, etc., of ,the the aforesaid ownership publication management :and ready make to :i ike i\on, your grow big. Have rosy 'Put grated alternate chreee layers, and bread of tomatoes We invite, you to 'visit and inspe& our plant,

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I, for the 'date shown in the above caption tried ,t.l<>3r mays: :
} required by the Act of August> you .:. crnmbs> in a. buttered- baking' dish,
,; 24, 1912, embodied in section 411, Pos: 'Ho1.c.J- {',; ;afore '"and Onfnp : having the top layer: of crumb:> -

.1. tal Publisher Laws and Clewlston Regulations. News; Inc. l'tJt the: "./'r:r:"\\R;\ .*t a .larpe Can of Dot with butter and :bake. for Clewis ton Dairy Co.
y':1n'Ot pHted orlons, thirty ittHut' In A cerate oven
] Clewiston.; :.Fa. '1.n''l'N'- ( .. .. ... .._ .
r ditor"q. J. Lovvorn, Clewlston, Fla. t .' A..t>--o ':.'\ '.-

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::1 We,\lose_ perspective because, of complete absorption Y;
in events of the moment. We 'look and. think in terms
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, : :; of:today, letting .tomorrow take care of itself. ..Mostof
()kJc 1..1=:: ; !:Ii
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r -: 'us .did .not ,know.. or, could not tell when prices were

;n too high, and we' are equally reluctant to speak out ;n

':forcefully.. now when prices 'are much too low '!


!fi 'The real lesson to be learned, is. that in times like .

' 'these prices are ''no criterion of values. The stock market -

::1:1I !E: ,is an/'auction block upon which every listed stockis I

"I! m being.;offered every''' minute of the business day for

; I whatever it may ,bring. Owners of stocks and bonds -

I I'I"' !.fi should remember 'that. a daily forced auction sale ''of !:Fi

!:. a depression-mad world dumping its holdings on theE g; I

1.It !:fi ..market, does,, not reflect, the actual value of the securi !:fiy

"f: eat with our eyes-that at -3. high school affair, and they vista,as you travel over the winding ; ties. Nothing brings, what it should bring at auction

s WE has been pretty; were smugly embedded In ice and country roads. f and the "day-to-dayness":: attitude_ ,of the investing public m
fIt' generally accepted, and encircled a sophisticated little If you have lived out on a Mis : will never restore secuities to their 'proper value
I ? food: dealers everywhere have glass of cocktail sauce. You decided souri farm, where cornfields wave ffi

!I acted on this theory by making they Were, "hot stuff,"- and their yellow tassels in the breeze
I their foods as tempting to the eye you still think so. to'' proudly proclaim that corn is ', Real estate owners always resent any one quoting

I as possible. Now comes another And finally, consider the case of golden ripe, and still tender and m auction. prices on. .real 'estate as a criterion of_ value, I

f interesting theory-we eat with the large male pulationwho,, eat succulent, you: get something of ,;yet, many. .'people are taking force sale prices as a basis
baker's pies-ws refer. to the sort the thrill of things growing In the '
our'niind'seye I' 'for'values. Real estate has been hit with this hysteria
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1 that tumble:.out of' big:,trucks on "good earth"-and you get this Ef :
D'd! you ever witness woman trays and are stacked up on"counters 'sa.m'e thrill when you eat the ,-,of the American people but a saner 'public will restore

from the South contentedly eating -bpcause somewhere, at''' sometime juicy, ripe kernels of canned corn real; estate.! and restore .it rapidly. Your real estate Is hl
sweet potatoes in a hotel, say, up !fi '
baked flaky, buttery because you know the canner like ,
North? If you were to tell her someone always.worth proportionately to the community In which
'she pies stuffed with juicy, spjcy fruitsor the farmer had "the water boiling ..it is.located,, and good city will always maintain
she was eating a memory, sweat. ailmjs which melted I in while the. corn is being picked." a a high-
would fatly deny it-absurd. ; !.fi real estate level. m
"Qu'r"m t.l1. '
) \ Glorified Foods
Actually however, she is eating;
only] a memory of yellow yams Not a Memory' i the b1 '
I that ripened down in North Caro- It' is only common sense for Y; The security behind every dollar: Invested in. Building !Ii
l If know something of the canner to have,foods grown under :
lira or Georgia fields where long you I and Loan stock is real estate,first.mortgages.on Improved -
I the best possible conditions !Ii
l mcthoc's' of food canning and thegrowinz'of : :
t stumers slowly ripened then to
: these foods'you know picked and packed. In, the most city property.
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color and soft ji! !fim
a golden a sugary the'sUe :
where that in the case of canned foods, perfect manner, because -
Southern
consistency you arc eating not a memory of cess of his Industry depends on
rooks baked them slowly in the
il. the in (
to
- good foods but actually theses food coming consumer
S. overmtil they were mealy and a
:' foods, which could come to the most satisfactory condition.
,) uslcclab'e and Bernd them piping you fresh no other' way than, incans And it is rather pleasant, rsntit. Clewston HomeBuiIdng
Lot with sweet country butter
/ For ample, the tender, to look back as we eat canned
Take! Oysters. I fully-ripened grapefruit that you pineapple, on those days in
- i' Lay in cans is: actually that same Hawaii where Nature paints skies

; You like oysters on the 'al' rrapefruit which you saw ripening very blue and reefs very coral,
t}; rhell dcn't you? Canyou.reniainri -I in the sunshine in Florida. and pineapples Terolden., when Association'
her vn.fi. as ? (Child \o\\ looked Pond it has been picked-not green, wo thought that never again
\ in the full bloomof would we eat such delicious tropical
but
EUt>r cIoifcly at these peculiar croalurcs the shipping-
f ij i and rcerarlM i people vho its growth. And when you eat : fruits. .
!!i swallowed! : them as somewhat inhuman it, your mind's eye sees again It Is well, Indeed, to eat wHk
i; I ? And then, when yon attained those( rows and rows of ,small oar mind's'eye; If we know UM
the age of banquets, you symmetrical trees, grove of foods.we eat art thoee foods whichnemory
met these &...me Uvalves: perhaps .which afford such a charming > baa'forerer JUfL" !fiRfifififi! !fifi! iYil1YififiYi!: !RRfifififi! !:






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