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: May 19, 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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I. Vervoort, Clyde Mallory Members of the Clewiston Post,
EXTRA SESSIONGovernor agent, of Miami, an able speaker, has TO HELP FARMERS No., 93, of the American Legion Tues- 5-0 HERE SUNDAY

accepted the invitation of the senior day night listened to reports of the
class of the ,Clewiston school to de- '!legates to the state convention
Sholtz, in his thrid mes- liver the commencement address at Gainesville, Fla.-The Agricultural held last week at Havana. E. B. (By A. L. Hackett)

l' sege to the legislature today served the'school auditorium Thursday night Emergency Act recently passed by i Butler and L. O. Gravely were the The Clewiston Cane Breakers con

r sharp and final notice on it that he June first. Mr. Vervoort is. one of Congress should benefit Florida farm post's delegates.The tinued their wins, by blanking the U.
will not call an extra session regard-- the most forceful : to post was represented on the
1 speaers.ever ers in three ways, according to Frank S. Engieers 5 to 0 in the first meet .
less of what disposition is made of' appear before a Clewiston audienceand resolutions committee, and the act-
W. economist with the ing of the two teams last Sunday afternoon
j his proposed program for relief of Brumley, Ag-
it is expected that he will havea ions of the; delegates regarding cer-
.;'.j the: tax payer, control of the schools, message of great interest to de- ricultural Extension Service. In the tain amendments to resolutions were on the local diamond.

::4 / and the solution of the state's bond liver at the local school's first com- first, producers of such commoditiesas approved. Both 'of 'the delegates The Canebreakers pitchers faced I:

.-- r L debt problem. I I mencement. He has been prominent cotton, corn, tobacco, hogs and were loud in their praise of the hos- only 29 batters during the game 1<

d He reached"his decision yester- in the work of the Kiwanis club of dairy products may be directly affected -' pitality shown the Floridians by the letting only one person reachsecondand

day to appear before a joint session ](I Miami, of which he is president, and by the crop control plan. Sec- City of Havana and in the enter- to further. William
for the third time to renew his request has visited this city on numerous oc- ond, provision is made for easing tainment furnished the delegates of none go any

for less quibbling and faster cassions. indebtedness until the farmer's pur- the State convention. Gainesvillewas Hooks proved himself the old master

.: action on the bills the people demand The baccalaureate sermon will be chasing power has been stored.. selected as the site for the next in his five innings in the box, :

: and the administration has given at,, the school auditorium Sun-, Third, the inflationary measures convention, and Miami was endorsedas facing 15 men and sitting nine down

,: sponsored since the legislature con- day, May 28, by the Rev. U. S. Gordon should result in rising prices for I location for the next national convention by strike outs, allowing no hits, and ;

-,;: vened on April 4, the governor-'s ad- ,- pastor of the First Presbyterian such Florida products as citrus and. I:
balls. Rush followed
dress comes at the most critical pe- church of Gainesville, and mod- truck crops. The Legion meeting, at the Inn passing none on i

riod of the entire session. erator of the state of Florida. The There are three distinct sections. was held while members sat sipping with only one hit being made by the

x Reports were circulated about the local school officials are to be con- or ,titles to the law. The first is the 3.2 beer ,furnished by the post it- Dykebuilders. Good pitching, with ,

capital last night that the governor gratulated on the selection of such production control and benefit pay- self.The almost perfect backing counted much,

3 I_ was "fighting mad" and was about able talkers to mark: the closing of ment section; the second part is the talk by F. A. Paris on his toward the victory. '

1"9 ready to put the legislature on the the Clewiston school. agricultural credits law; and the activities in South Africa during the Clewiston got off' to an early start (!
'' World War while he was with the
spot. third
part' is the national financialand
when they scored three runs in the I
Row Over Beauty Bill currency measure. The first British forces, was postponed until I
Plenty Comedy In first off of three walks and an error.
the June meeting on account of the
The House and Senate are in open part administered by the departmentof They scored again in the second and t
absence of Mr. Paris. He had recently -
revolt because of a difference of op- Agriculture, the second part by fourth. Barnes could not seem to f
"The Three Hats"Clewiston suffered minor injury which
:- inion as regard to whether a new Farm Credits administration, and find the plate in that inning, and I
-: board or the state board of health the third part lies at the discretionof vented his appearance. was relieved by Peterson in the sec }

:!" shall inspect beauty parlors. Feeling theatre-goers were warned '- President Roosevelt and his Treas- ond. Five innings of heady pitch- ,'

:.:. between the two branches has been this week to put on their laugh- ury aides. "State Fair" Makes ing followed until Digges went in
so acute that the house yesterday, ing uniforms for the Communityplay Until the production control sec- in the seventh. His tangents seemedto

t, for the first time since Friday, took "The Threee Hats," which is to tion, commonly referred to as the Mark As TriumphCombining give the Canebreakers a little 1
and then Farm Act, at least three broad meansof little
: up Senate messages onlyto be given at the school auditorium trouble and Digges found very
act the school securing proper adjustment of do-
on administration's 25th. trouble. "
Thursday night, May
control bill. The message containedthe The play ,is said to be one of the mestic production of certain farm the clamor of star per- Batting honors for the day go to I

Senate's appropriation bill, the most riotous comedies ever presented commodities to meet world demand sonalities with a strong human interest Neil Williamson with ,two hits for I

auto tag bill, the state officer's sal- on a Clewiston stage. The scenes levels and to attain fair returns for story of universal appeal, FoxFilm's two official trips to the plate. William t

ary bill, and many other bills of importance are laid in the sitting room of a agriculture are provided. The secretary long heralded "State Fair"sets Hooks was robbed of a home
requiring only the house rich Londoner, and the humorous I may use one or all of them. a new standard in motion pic- run in the sixth when his long hit
- to its of their They are briefly:' (1) Acreage reduction ture entertainment.The field tree
put stamp approval on English element is thrown into act- to right was stopped by a I
..; being handed to Sholtz for signature. ion in all parts of the three acts. of certain agricultural com- production, which opens at and he was forced to rest on third.

and final enactment.The The mix-up caused by the hats of modities by rental and benefit pay- the Everglades Theatre, Belle Glade, Beery gathered the only hit for *

beauty parlor bill, key log .the three main male characters in ments to farmers; (2) payment of Sunday, is an example of what in- the Engineers, on a crack to right '

:. of a legislative jam that cost the tax the play and aside from the misfits I allotment benefits on the domestic telligent story'selection and perfect field in the seventh. |

payers since last Friday $81,000 in made by the interchange of head portion of a crop in return for agree- casting can accomplish. Such an array Certain outstanding features of :

wasted time, has completely destroyed 'coverings humorous incidents ments covering specified crop reduc- of stars as Janet Gaynor, Will the, game include D. Hooks pick-up !

the spirit of cooperation between arise from, many the mix-up. tion; or (3) the use of 'marketing Rogers, L e we Ayres, Sally Eilers, of Beery's long drive in the fifth; :

the agreements with, processors and Norman Foster, Louise Dressler, short and :.
i .: two branches of the legislature the third of Rutland's range ,around ; ?
offering the
,-A.-, The, handlers of certain farm-'commodities Frank -Craven and 'Victor Jory"could to i
and was the center of a stormy session is for the hidden ball trick D. Hooks
Community Players, strictly
yesterday on the floor of the .laughing There is no'deep so that higher prices will go to scarcly fail to provide outstanding en- McLendon catching Cothern on first. 1
Senate. Senator Beacham, of Palm I purposes. farmers under a guaranteed systemof tertainment. When those playersare IThe Line-up
plot mystery involved-just plain
Z,4 Beach county, moved at the close of l the producers. production control and fair play. presented in a story as rich in Canebreakers Engineers
say For cotton growers special option romance, comedy and plot interest as
the morning session to recall the The Cast. Rutland, ss. Pape 3 b.
1 bill from the house and was ask-I deals are provided. "State Fair" the result is nothing less D. Hooks 2 b. Elliott 1 b, .
Mfr./ Selwyn ....-..-........ W. C. Owen
The commodities ;named in the than a delight. Each star lends color *
ed Senator Pat Whitaker of Cothern cf
by Mrs. Selwyn ......'1. Ruth Beardsley B. Nall 3 b.
boro HillS-I r law are wheat, cotton, field corn, rice, and conviction to the type of role in
at the opening session ... .... Williamson c. Beery rf ,
Tillie ............ ... Mary Bush
r' tobacco, hogs, and milk and its pro- which he or she excels, and all these
plain his reasons. Both eenato'rsjoined 'I Dibbs ......................._ Alden Wallace McLendon l.b, Barnes p, \
ducts. The bill also provides that the characterizations are woven
in the introduction of the bills Grace Selwyn ____........ Jamye Ezelle Wilson rf. Peterson p, t
Secretary of Agriculture exentd drama of day ?l
two weeks ago.LAW Frederic Bellamy.. George Schauer- may absorbing every Avant, cf. Digges p,
certain benefits of the bill to other people.As Theriot If. Boyd If, ;
I mann. commodities if he deems it advisable.On a novel, Phil Strong's "State Harriss If. Lowe If, i
" Bosco Blithers ......_. John K. Mowry
all commodities named except tobacco Fair" attained double distinction of Jenkins
\ MAKERS NOT W. Hooks, p. ss
Katskill Jim
r Capt. mm the base period for figuring becoming the best seller' and win- Rush Land 2 b, I
Lottie Blithers, ...._.__ Jewel Lowe p.
necessary price levels to reach equal- ning the Literary Guild prize. As a Haggan2 b.

HEEDING WISH OF ity in farm buying power is 190914.On motion picture it ranks as one of Hawking c, I

DRESSMAKING SHOP OPEXSOX tobacco, the base period is from the serene's foremost achievements. Umpire: Miner.

CEXTRAL AVE. THIS WEEK 191928.To Credit for this outstanding must go I '

GENERAL PUBLICTallahassee meet the cash payments required to the company which had the cour-

A dressmaking shop was opened to reimburse farmers for acreage age and foresight to put a really all- LOCAL PASTORTO

this week in the building,opposite the reductions and crop control to need- star cast into a classic of fiction, to

May 17-Not satis- city 'hall on Central AVe.. Mrs. Rich- ful amounts, the Federal governmenthas the stars themselves, and the inspired -

fied with the increased weight''' lim- ard Small is in charge. Mr. and $100,000,000 in hand for imme- direction of Henry King. Nor PREACH LAST

its allowed ,trucks and. trailers, and Mrs. Small recently moved in the diate' use; but,later on the sums paid can the crene adaption by Sonya Le-
disregarding the plain statement ofAt apartment in the rear of the build- out, of the Treasury will be restoredby vien and Paul Green be overlooked.The .

Governor Dave Sholtz in opposition Ing from the Hopkins building.S. means of a processing tax. This qualities which lifted Strong's ,SERMON SUNDAYDr.

6 to freight trains on our highways procesing tax will be levied, assesed novel to tremendous popularity have i

and damage by overloads, a House NUDES CHURCH 'GETS SITE and collected by the internal revenue been greatly enhanced in the serene
W. T. Bailey, who for the past
committee recommended this week department upon the first domestic version.,
that weight limits be raised to 20- processing of each commodity, inclu- In Janet Gaynor and Lew Ayres six years has served the congrega-

000 pounds and that four wheeled ding imports processed in this coun- and Sally Eilers and Norman Foster tion of the First Community churchof
The of the St. Jude'scatholic
congregation ,
its will give
trailers of the same weight be ,a1- try.In "State Fair" introduces two new romantic Clewiston as pastor,
church at Canal Point
secured -
lowed. the agricultural credits section combinations., The (double his farewell sermon Sunday. Dr. and

This action is difficult to under- title to a building site there provisions are made to reduce the romance! involving these favorites is Mrs. Bailey are leaving Monday for
last week, and it is expected that
stand in the face of repeated protests rate of interest, and to grant neces- one of the salient appeals of the Pennsylvania.
work will start on the erection
from Florida municipalities in regardto sary extensions of payments on prin- picture. The other is the inimiatble Friends of Dr. Baley are urging a
the present weight limit of 16,000 a church building on the site within cipal to deserving old and new fed- comedy of Will Rogers, who with- ,large attendance at the aged minis-

pounds, which experience has provenis the month. The, site was procured eral Land Bank borrowers for a 5 out question has the finest role of ter's last day in the community he
from Louis G. Freeman, of Cincin-
causing serious damage to city year period. Capital will also be his brilliant career. has served so faithfully for the past

streets. nati.Father available to enable farmers to redeemor I years. Although sent to Clewiston,
Finnegan, pastor of the St.Margaret's .
Only last week the city of Arcadiain repurchase farm property lost FORT MYERS AND:: CLEWISTOX and working under the board of mis- '
a hearing before the Florida Rail- church here, and a com- through foreclusures and to refinance GAME SCHEDULED SUXDAYThe sions of the Presbyterian church Dr. I
mittee of members of the east side '
road Commission, obtained permission minor obligations. This is under Bailey has served as minister of the
of the lake working plans for
to establish a maximum weight the Farm Credits Administration, Clewiston Cane Breakers will church without reference to ,
the It is
financing new
limit of not more than 16,000 poundsfor in charge of Henry Morganthau, jr., and has at all times extended the
understood that plans for the build- meet the Fort Myers team of the Or- all de-
motor vehicles on that city'sstreets. Ample local machinery will be in fellowship of the church to
ing have been approved. !ange Belt League on the local field has
local church
force to meet individual problemsand nominations. The
It is evident that motor transportation -I claims.In Sunday afternoon, May 21. In their developed under his direction, and it !

interests are determined to LUDOWICI MERCHANTS CLOSE the third section the presidentis first two games, the Canebreakershave can be said with safety that there

force this increased weight limit leg- FOR LAXG McDONALD FUXERAL given broad discretionary powersto won decisive victories and pros- has been no dissention within the

islation and unless the public makes inflate currency and credit. It ,pects for a good game Sunday are church on account of policy or pre- '
at hand. The will be called
known its feeling in the matter, it Of interest to the many friendsof is understood the executive will take game ference.Dr. .
is very probable they will be success- the late Lang McDonald, who died advantage first of the initial clause at 3:30 o'clock.CANTHEL'S and Mrs. Bailey have made ,a

ful. last week at his home in Ludowici, authorizing an expansion of $3,000- host of friends in Clewiston and theywill

If the bill now under considera-I, Ga., will be the following account of 000. in credit through open market PLACE IMPROVED be greatly missed from the every-

-L tion, and which is on the House calendar the funeral services taken from a operations of federal reserve banks. AND BUSINESS OPENED:: day life of the city as well as being

>. this week, becomes a law it Savannah paper. Should this prove inadequate, the missed from the pulpit of the com-
\7 will mean that our state, county and "J. Lang McDonald, age 32, pop- president could adopt any of the Gus Cantrell is announcing this munity church.
city highways will not only carrya ular Ludowici man who had made following methods. I week the opening of a beer and There has been no definite deci-

greatly Increased number of trucks his home in Orlando and Clewiston, Possible Methods lunch room near his home at the sion reached as to filling the place .'

and trailers, but these vehicles will Fla. for three years, was laid to rest Direct the issue of $3,000,000000 ,- Hendry-Palm Beach county line. left vacant by Dr. Bailey. A committee '

be larger and heavier than ever be- in Baggs Cemetery near here this in new treasury notes or currency The location has recently been of members of the church has

fore; a menace to public safety on afternoon following the funeral ser-,and provide for a federal fund to redeem ,beautified and no less than 2200 hibiscus been formed to work out plans for

the road. They will materially add vices which were held at the Methodist the notes at the rate of four plants set out along the high- continuing the work. For the time

to the cost of maintaining these i church at 2 o'clock with the Rev. per cent annually for 25 years. 'way fronting his property. Mr. Can- being the pulpit will bo filled by lay-

highways and in many instances will L. E. Pierce, pastor, being assistedby Reduce the gold content of the dollar trell says he will specialize in 'chick- workers] here and the work will, go

bring about their Qpmplet- ? destruc the Rev. J. W. Patterson, pasfor ,' by as much as 50 per cent to .en dinners, and is to cater to small on in this manner until a resident

tion. (Continued on page 4)) ('Contiijued" on page 4)) parties. pastor can be secred.T .


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Published every Friday in Clewiston, TOO LATE TOCLASSIFY BY I I Mural Common Sense } :'d1o's;; J.


Inc. I 1 _
-- III II I INDUSTRY, AGRICULTURE can, if we will, grant to the city laborer "

Entered as second class matter SHOULD COOPERATE FOR and to the farmer alike that
For while it looked like Florida that won't. About all we can ." ,
a we higher standard of living which log- .
February 1, 1927, at the Post Officeat I BEST INTEREST OF VDTil'An |
about to lose her' 'voice" but do is "stand by" for further
Clewiston, Florida, under the Act was now ically belongs to them as a resultof
'now a Senate, committee, after prow- announcements. their increased productive effi-
of March 3, 1897. era of better human relation
lin' around down in Gainesville, tells *
i I ships, with agriculture and industry ciency.
A newspaper devoted to the best I us that instead of hittin' WRUF Well it seems that there are still f working together as a team with the "We have had enough ruthless
over the head with an axe, maybe.ifwe two or three people out of work, | load equally divided between them, competition. A people wait, with
interests of Hendry county, Florida. /fuv*
+ It's just operate on her tonsils and judgin' from the number of applil was proposed recently by Secretaryof hopes higher than they have been In 4
newspaper. nurse her along a little, it might bea l rations the governor received for, Agriculture, Wallace, in speaking years, for a new spirit to control our

better idea. the job of beer inspector. It j before the United States Chamber of, economic relations the spirit of evenhanded '
Subscription rate, per :year........$2.00 They tell us how many farmers 4 justice.
A chance to gallop from beer i Commerce. The Secretary declared
Outside of State of Florida$2.50Business have radio sets, but they forget to "Let agriculture and from
joint to beer joint singin' "Sweet; that he had no sympathy with at- industry
mention how many of 'em ever heard Adeline" and get paid for it had ', tempts to set class against class- now on travel in double harness, as

Office, Clewiston News, "the voice of Florida." We've got such a general appeal that about farmers against anybody else or any- a team with the load equally divided
hundred thousand dollars invested '
over a "
Clewiston Florida. Editorial and eight hundred guys answered "here" one else against farmers. "It Is not between them.
in it and still the darned '
Advertising, same.AMERICANS before Dave even started callin' the only justice, but intellingent self- Industry'cannot prosper over much
thing can't much more than whisper.If .
unless there is also
roll. | interest to restore reasonable pur- a prosperous ag-
we're gonna keep the stationwe And now there's even a better, chasing power to agriculture", he de- riculture in the country, and certainly t'
ought to quit foolin' around and "
job comin' up for somebody and ifI'm clared. agriculture cannot attain very,
apply' to the Federal Radio Commis- : any judge of 'human nature, | "The last three years have been ,|high standards of living without an '
( Judge John W. Dodge) sion for'the right to operate it on a
I'm bettin' there'll be a million ap long years, but at least they have industrial market for its products. r
America was settled by those who watt schedule and :
50,000 day-time: plications. They passed a bill last had the value of showing us the defects lIt is to be hoped, as the Secretary
In order to find freedom I
more emigrated then develop _some constructive help-
week providin' for the regular inspection in our ecomonic and social ma- said in closing, that we are now en-
from their mother countriesof ful in which the public
programs of all I tering "an era of better human
beauty shops. I chinery. Now I wonder whether we re-
Europe to our shores. Religious would be interested. "
I know the governor is opposedto are ready to profit by our experience. lationships.
freedom, of a Christain thought and Operated as1 it is now WRUF is a
any new from of revenue, but if | "From the old era of the heedless
type, both Prostestant and Catholicwas first-class pain in the neck to the
the motivating spirit which I average radio listener. As far as h11! just make cfne exception in expansionist and the rugged individ- Floridians are urged to join in y
this case and offer that Beauty ualist, I think are ready to turn
actuated our forefathers to settle in ,bein' beneficial to the taxpayer, I we the national observance of Flag Day,
Shop Inspection job to the highest to a new era of better human rela-
the then unknown wilds and wild- don't believe there would be any June 14. Now is the time to prepareby
bidder it ought to sell for better
a tionships, with emphasis less on pro-
erness of America marchin'
mob on Tallahassee if it
price than a seat on the Stock Exchange duction than on equitable distribut- buying Stars and Stripes made In
There was, in the thought of our was announced that the station was j
etrly settlers, but one superior power bein' discontinued altogether.The ion of the fruits of production. We Japan, warns the Miami Hearld.

to man, namely, God. The ideaor Talk 'about political foot-balls, -- -- 1 -
only time WRUF was really I 'If,; :JJ.
bein' able to wish
boy, imagine a
conception of God was a Sup- popular with a lot of people was
guy into a job like that. If you '.
reme Eternal Spirit, or Powerbysome
when they were broadcastin' the
personified in the person of foot-ball games with Red Barber at I wanted to go a little further with I ..
it and appoint deputies man, oh, '
Jesus Christ-by others idealized the mike. Red knows his stuff and I i I"
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or idolized as a Son of Man, Jesus he's a snappy peppy announcer. man .ddClewiston
k of Nazareth.The Give that boy a mike with some I: But no 'matter what a guy paid ]! '

individual man, however, ex- power behind it and he'll popularizethe !for the job he couldn't lose in the I % Dairy Company :

,' cept as he was ruled and guided station and have folks tunnin'in deal. After one inspection tour he I I ;;

by God was personally free-a free for it, and you can take it from ought to have enough telephone i; :

agent-without fetters or shackles me there's darn few exertin' them- numbers to last a lifetime. I ..

binding him to any other man. selves in that direction right now. Imagine bein' able to walk into,I '':

Thus (arose and grew up, nur- We can protect the money we already any beauty shop in the state and j i 6} ,'," ;

tured by each ones' own thought, ; have invested in WRUF and flash a badge. But go on ahead 'i

what we term our "Rugged American develop it into a proposition acceptable and paint your own picture. I gotta I '. .r"" r
Individualism." That thought, and appreciated by the pub- quit thinkin' about it, I got a weak Three point two and then some! "

at varying times, depending upon lic.Thfe chances are', however, heart. II
existing circumstances or conditions

developed in a large portion of the I
people, a hard, selfish, even cruel READING THE CARTOONS with six: or eight ton pile drivers. I Our Grade-A Raw Milk is 1 100 Percent .

attitude of both thought and act- But see in' that the bus an truck I
Pure Food . Just right for nourishment '
interests have all the i proper r.
ion towards others. It overlookedthe Did you ever sit down and read a are gonna

spirit of Christ-the spiritualin cartoon? If ,you haven't :you have joy of cr ckin' 'em up, maybe they i and body building ., Try a bottle ,

life and liberty as it converted missed one of life's little treats. A will rebuild 'em for us a year or I
of Butter Milk when refresh
freedom into mere license. cartoon, in its final analysis, may be two from now. Anyhow we might you want a .

The act of Franklin D. Roosevelt, defined as a sermon in pictures, a amend the bill with that provision, I ing drink!

our President, on March 4th last, strong editorial told in the universal just to be safe. Unless, of course, I .

attending a church service, and in language all,' may understand. In a we feel so big hearted that another i
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prayer asking for Divine guidanceand cartoon one may add his own des- two hundred and fifty millions for I ,

strength, just before he took criptiveadjectives, name his own roads won't do us any harm. ;
Chocolate Milk Butter Milk :
the oath of office as President of characters, and fit the moral to his Well, if the bill goes through

our nation and people, exemplifieda own individual needs. you and I can wend our weary1way <. "
Sweet Milk Butter
trait of his nature and character One of the most impressive car- through a herd of highway I

which created more powerful influence toons we have ever seen is one drawn box-cars and it will be too late to ,

upon the minds of Ameri- by that master of the arts, Jay N. wonder how we got that "weigh." j 1

cans than any other single act or; Darling, better known as "Ding." It But man! How we can brag about' 'h'V

statement, which he will ever_ perform appeared in the New York Tribune a Florida's truck crop, and won't DRINK MILK FOR HEALTH'
or make. short time ago. Ding has made a I that be somethin' for the tourists

That act was an exhibition of nation wide reputation for himself, to talk' about when they get back l I

what has been called the Christain and even though he is well past mid- home?

cosmic romance, meaning, "In this, dle age, his cartoons sparkle with Governor Sholtz has repeatedly

Imagination is creative. It is romance human interest and an action generally I pointed out the importance of protecting -

not realism, which creates expected only in the works ofa I our road system from over-

value, moulds human destiny, gives I more youthful artist. loads and has made himself plainin

living its meanings an dextends the I The cartoon referred to was accom- regard to highway freight-trains. (g_E!Jifjfjlilifjfifi! !: !: !: !lili.filiffiYfi!: !: '
sphere of experience beyond the :panied by these few words only: Re- So if this thing happens to us, and "

limits of biologicial necessity. It member There Are Those Who Have we find out we don't like it, remem- I

is in this sense that dreams come Faced Darker Days Than These With- ber it wasn't Dave's fault, so don't KJE3 '

true-The Christain participates in out Flinching. In the foregroundwas be blamin' him for it. And if you A Building and Loan Facts Ai :

it, experiences it immediately in shown a section of barbed-wire come sobbin' to me about it, the only ,,

the miracle of his own regeneration. entanglements, overcast with heavy consolation I'll have to offer is, "I i LC

If any man is in Christ he is smoke-filled clouds of war. Stand- told you so." 1

a new creature, old things have ing out in the background was the =2 Wisdom says: Conservative Investment 32 :
passed (away, all things have be- LjP ,
familar face of an American dough- AX EFFICIENT CHAIR *
is the best Investment. 2
come new.
boy whose grim determination was [
American "rugged individualism"is :
depicted in every line of his mud- w,
no longer to be of the selfish "caked face; fading in the distance Practically every observer of the 1 HiHi
House at Tallahassee has Sal '
and noticed the
self-seeking type when it
was the profiles of heroes of other
be lead hereafter calm, firm, dignified efficiency of
by the considered
spirit ex- Carefully conservative
wars faintly showing through the appraised !
emplified by Roosevelt. I the man on the rostrum. :

forth Americans may and shall Hence-be background dark cloud's was of the war.bust Against of the stern the Never has a Florida legislative !Efi loans on improved real estate, is !HiHi :

brothers. That is the meaning of body received so many proposed lawsin the sound behind.stock invest ;
jawed Lincoln
the "New Deal"-it is a "new cre- holding in his handsa the same length of time as has security : :'I''I'fi

ature." Americans will be born bullet That is torn flag of our country. the present House. All are directed ment in this Association. m. :
all the
cartoon showed. ;
again. We shall become our broth swiftly to the various committees J
Yet it spoke volumes. Such I I ffiffi
a ser-
er's keeper, or shepherd-no without the slightest hesitancy in When
longer !I invest here
shall there be American serfs mon needs no explanation, we all selection. The committees have had :: you your money ,. you ,..

slaves. Honesty and truth shall be or can readily see that the so-called ,plenty to do, and they are staying !: don't get only one mortgage, you own a !: ';' :"
economic strife from which
we are (r
i our guide. just emerging is not to be comparedwith !at_ Through it. the detailed procedure of share in every mortgage held by the Asii '; ),; '

THE LURE OF FLORIDA the times of turmoil and strife the House, a positive voice and a sociation.In ,JI
others have suffered-and came out keen mind are on' the job. Order is ; ;',-- "

Florida has lost none of its charm. with victorious colors flying high. maintained, the pace is rapid, and addition to the security mortgaged
Yes. Unless read the ,
The sunshine and you car- semblances of listlessness are cured ffiffi
sand merely have
toons you miss much of the beautyof with take note signed by the borrower and ,;"
been buried under a slit of debts and a "Let's wake up men, and we a Hi t.
taxes left the every day events. speak out with your vote." .
by optomistic
flood of his wife and we keep the : '
1925. With a hundred little things anda property constantly !: ,

Less than two weeks ago a national HIGH "WEIGH" ROEEERY score or two of big ones attended !: insured and see that the improve- HiHi!:

newspaper feature service carrieda to daily, before and after regular -; :
in !
story regarding possible home- By Russell Kay House hours, Pete Tomasello leadson. ments are kept repair. :

steading in Nearly all the "boys" respect, HiHi
Florida. Since then let- Maybe you think we got plentyof
ters have been pouring in, not by truck and trailer freight trainson appreciate and work for him. From & We also require the borrower to make

the score, but by hundreds. Theyare our highways now, but believeme such made.-Suwannee timber have Governors been bl regular monthly payments on the loan ; !fi
going to the governor, comptroller if the motor vehicle weight lim- Democrat.
commissioner of agriculture and its are increased to permit a loadof & this reduces the debt and makes our security

J. C. Brown, author of the home- eleven tons as proposed in the No Joke About It ffi better with each '
monthly m
steading bill. All are from persons motor vehicle bill now under con- payment- ;'

desirous of coming to Florida and sideration, we'll have some Ama- She insisted on taking innumer- '
!! &
establishing a home. zon vehicles blockin' traffic and no able frocks with her, and they ar- -

The state now has 16,000,000acres ,foolin'. They'll be .thicker than rived at the station loaded with lqg- Yi ,--"

on which it holds tax certificates flies on a sheet of Tanglefoot. gage. Clewiston Home Hiffi '
two years old or more. Thatis Drivin' a so-called "pleasure car" "I wish," said the husband thoughtfully Building

almost half of Florida. If this will be an experience to write back "that we'd brought the piano." ffiffi

land could be gotten back on tax home about. "You needn't try to be sarcastic," Association !:

rolls, finances would not be nearlyas And while a little matter of elev- came the frigid reply. "It's not a

critical. This is why smart peo- en tons may not impair the healthof bit funny." Ad ffiI

ple are picking up choice spots in our highways, I got a crazy idea "I'm not ,trying to be funny," he It

real estate as an investment. The that they'd last a whole lot longerif explained, sadly. "I left the ticketson

lure still is here.-Miami Daily News we'd do our hammerin' on 'em it." e

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things?" Jesus silenced them, and body being entirely devoted to God, I PROPER IRONING HEAT ironing heat, that wool has third
then he uthtered three parables ,the with all its beauty and skill and place, that the proper ironing tem-

r I Personal MentionMrs. I parable of the Two Sons, the Wicked force. If there were any further I I Just one temperature will melta perature for silk is yet lower, and

Husbandman, and the Marriage possible divisions of our human na- wax candle, a higher temperature that the synthetics should be ironedat

Feast. Following these, parables, ture, they would have been added :: a lower temperature than any
will melt lead or reduce steel to
E. R. Fontaine and son, Bob-
three questions were asked of Jesus to this list. "The love of God is others .
left Tuesday for Tampa for a liquid form, so a certain heat in a
short by, visit with relatives.Mrs. -one concerning paying tribute to the chief and principal part of the flat-iron will destroy one fabric and Visible schorch Is the mark of visible -

Caesar, one about marriage in the religion which we are taught in the leave another fabric unharmed. Eachof deterioration and is found in all

resurrection, and the last with regard New Testament, and the christainswere fabrics with the exception of one of
these materials has a different
O. F. Schiffli spent the week
to the greatest command.The meant to be different from I''critical heat point. the synthetics, namely Celanese, as
at her former home West Palm
friends. third question was asked bya the rest of the world in this one I I Rayon fibre and other synthetic pointing to the danger ahead. This
scribe who had been Impressedwith thing above all others, that they goods have critical heat points different -i one exception shows a shiny spot

the answers Jesus had already knew and loved God." ;I from cotton. Cotton is different when the iron is slightly too hot.
and Mrs. Joe
Mr. Dougherty spent
; is the one whomwe
made. The impression Our neighbor I
given by from
; different fabrics
Monday in LaBelle as guests of Mr.
AK'4A whether the relative
Mark is that this man was an honest can serve,

and Mrs. Frank A. Dougherty. seeker after truth. The question he with whom we live, the servant who I,vary stands in to ability reason to that withstand a rayon heat.gar-It I '.***..**..**..**.****.**..**..**..'*.*...*......................*........................ .

asked was important, and had beena waits upon us, the friend or acquain-i Iment I requires a much lower heat
Dave Alston and Charles Lovvorn I
tance whom 'occassionally meet,
subject of dispute the we
Haven among than cotton, and cotton lower than
were business visitors In Moore rabbis, who placed very great em- the stranger or the afflicted in our I,(linen. Using an ordinary electric

Tuesday. phasis upon the Mosiac laws. Some city, or the oppressed or ignorant or :;iron without any heat control or Good FarmLand
suffering the whole world "The'
Mr. and Mrs. Hoomes Rich and Mr. laid most stress upon the laws per- i;,using one heat for all kinds'of fab-
taining to sacrifices and noblest love can forget, no one, for
and Mrs. G. A. Allen spent a few days rics is wrong; just as wrong as using
it is built the needs of man, '(
tions others considered the moral I on
this'week in Miami visiting friends.Mr. ; !I the same heat to melt lead that
law of chief importance and still not on his qualities. would be used to melt wax. '
"And the scribe said unto him, I r
others held that duties to man were j
Tests have proven conclusively that
and Mrs. Hansel I(
Well :Master thou hast said the
superior to duties to God. In ,
prac- ,flatirons which are too hot destroy
Clewiston from
returned to
recently tice, observed the traditionsof truth; for there is one God; and !, for Rent
many the fibers of the cloth even though no
a short stay in South Georgia.Mrs. there is none other but he: and to
the elders than '
more scrupulously
I yellow or brown scorch may be 'seen. I
love him,, with all thy heart, and with 1
they did the Mosiac laws themselves.The I
invisible burns
,These caused by using
J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. T. B. Shel- '
all the understanding, and with all
lesson begins "And of
one the heat make the fabric brit-
Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw and Mrs. wrong
ley, the soul, and with all the strength, I'
the scribes came, and having heard
tle, reduce its tensile strength, and
W C. Hooker were visitors in West -
and to love his neighbor as himself, -
them reasoning together and
as a result ruin its wearing qualities.
Palm Beach Wednesday.
is more than all whole burnt offerings -
ceiving that he had answered them
} I Cottons, linens, silks and synthetics -
well asked him Which is the first and sacrifices. I
like last longer when
rayon excessive -
Mrs. R. Y. Patterson and Mrs. H. A. I
"Jsus said-How the scribes
commandment of all?
Bestor spent Wednesday In West ironing temperatures are not TrespassersWill
that Christ is the Son of David?
Which of all the commandmentsis used. Rather generally it is consid-
and visiting
Palm Beach shopping
For David himself said-the Lord
the most important to be observed ]' ered that linen will withstand the I Be
friends. said to Lord, Sit thou on
my my
? or perhaps, what kind of relig- placemost heat, that cotton takes less i ii
right hand, till I make thine enemies i ProsecutedThe
ious percept is most toe
' Mr.; and Mrs. C. W. McDonald and necessary thy footstool. David-called him
e kept? This question was frequently -:
r i ? children returned to Clewiston Satur- Lord; and whence is he then his
debated the Jews and .
among so
day from a week's stay at their old !''son?" As man Jesus was David's'Son
came readily to the lips of the scribe. i' r
home in Ludowici, Ga. (descendant) but as God Jesus
"And Jesus answered him, the .
was David's Lord. "And he said unto LIBERAL REWARDFor .I
first of all the commandments is, I
Miss Evelyn Hare will leave Monday them in his doctrine Beware of .It
Hear 0 Israel The Lord GodIs I
for Rock Hill, S. C., where she ; the scribes which love to go in long the return of the diamond t
one God: And thou shalt love
will visit her grandparents, Mr. and clothing, and love 'salutations in the bracelet lost during aut -t/ ain
the Lord thy God with all thy heart, !
Mrs. C. N. Steed. market places, and the chief seatsin
:: crash AVest of Clewistoii
and with thy soul, and with all thy just
the synagogues, and the upper-
Mrs. Foster Meredith: and Mrs. J.: mind, and 'with all thy' mind, and ,,most rooms at feast; which devour March 1st, when two Ft. Mjers ClewistonCompany

F. Tippey are spending the week in with all thy strength; this is the 1 widow's houses, and for a pretense women were killed. Finder
first commandment. And the second
Jacksonville, as guests of Mr. and i I make long prayers: these shall re- please communicate directly
is like, namely this, Thou shalt love I=[
Meredith.Mrs. "
Mrs. Zerney
ceive greater damnation.
thy neighbor as thy ,self. There is with Fort Mjers News-Press

other commandment Ft. Myers, Florida. I
none greater
Ola Howard, of Sarasota, wasa I
than these." Henry Ford's statement is as good \.. J

business visitor here Tuesday. She With all thy physical powers, thy tin editorial as Brisbane could write. "''''''''''''''E..r.LC: T.1IO V F was accompanied by Fred Puryear, t tI

who spent tHe day here visiting-his tt F Fe I

sister, Mrs. C. L. Downs. FI I

) i

Miss Eleanor Wintle left Saturdayfor 1

her home in Fort Myers, after .

having been in Clewiston for the 1. \
.,- : { ; j '
past year, where she was employedby .. : ', '-i.. .m:\ ,.. ,, "
,. "
(". h ;-: ,
the U. S. Sugar corp. ; '
:: ,;: )t > ..
.. .; : dl : :< I
:' : >, '
: : '
:0,'ii<.wf/o; .
f Rev. and Mrs. W. T. Bailey will .. .' ;,, : ,.,.,, .:" ; '
; -t/ :"Ji'O; : ; 7': :
t : ." ''' :. : _. -: .. ,. .''.; ', I
: ,5,1. ; ,
leave here Monday for Horseshoe :/: : ) --.ly:; ,: .," I
A-- ,
; ) / Jh .
Bend Penna. Dr. Bailey has spent :
the past six years, here as pastor' of :'

the First Community church. .; ,<; ,: J' : : }: :' ;' ;. '{ : ': : ) ,,:{ : : !

; :
Mrs L. R. Johnson, and Miss Ru- May 1933 .

by Johnson, of Pensacola, who have ,: : i

been visiting Mr. and Mrs.' R. Y. '' '
: t
: '
Patterson and family, left Thursdayfor ';' ,
'; \
their home. They were accom- /
panied to West Palm Beach by Mrs. ,' A great thing has occurred amongst us. We have made a complete I

Patterson. L turn-around, and at last America's face is toward the future. :

l Mrs. Gayle McFadden, Mr. and '
backward. All I
',. Three years---1929 to 1932---we Americans looked
Mrs. G. O. Wallace returned to Clew-

iston Saturday from a week's stayin ::': our old financial and political machinery was geared to pull us out of 1

Jacksonville, where they had gone \

to visit relatives. They were ac- .. the depression by the same door through which we entered. We

companied home by Mrs. Bill Wal- ; I
it simply a case of going back the way we came. It failed.We .
lace, who will remain here for some thought

time. now realize that the way out is forward---through it. .

s DINNER DANCE HONORS Thanks for that belongs to President Roosevelt. InaugurationDay

MARY BUSH( OX BIRTHDAYMrs. observed the failure
he turned the Ship of State around. Having

F. R. Maxwell entertainedat of sincere efforts to haul us back the way we came he designed a new I''

her home at the Watanabe Hotel
financial machinery---to pull us out
Friday night with a dinner dance in method---new political I

'honor birthday.of her daughter, Mary Bush's, ,the way we are going---forward. He is clearing international I

After a delicious fried chicken din- : obstacles out of the way ; he does not stand in awe of tariffs. The I

ner, dancing was enjoyed by the following .. !
guests: Miss Evelyn Hare, people begin to feel that he does not take advice from the "inter i'

Miss Mary Louise Oglesby, Miss Bet- .'i I
to work for one supreme
ests" that he has and loyalty
ty Spicer, Miss Mae Lily Stone, Miss ; courage

Roberta George, Miss Mary Bush and y. interest only---the welfare of the American people. That is a big '. ,

Laddie Wallace, Aldon Wallace, Bob i

r Hare, Van Bush, Edward Ward and achievement for two months in office.

Glen Etherton.
k ; : And now we all look to what is coming ; we grow less and less

:'" concerned with what is behind. We are looking for a hand-hold on '

'urtap tbOOI the haul rope. Every man 'wants to do what he can, and all he can.

r Hes&cn t' ,;,: The best thing I can do for the Country is to create industryby

building good motor cars. If I knew anything better to do, I

y Subject: Jesus Answers His Ad- would do it. Industry must be my contribution. Motor cars must

i versaries. t f: ;' face ahead to the future like everything else. They are so much apart
Golden Text: "Never man spake

like this man." John 7:46.: 1 of the Nation's daily life that if they lag behind they hold

Lesson Text: Mark 12:28-40. I .

Practical 'ruth: Love for .'God the Country back.
and man is the essence of lal true .. ... .
i iE iFRIDAY iS ip
Time and place of lesson: In the

Time andplace of lesson: In the X er
Ij Temple at Jerusalem, Tuesday before v

HS the crucifixion on Friday.


After cleansing the temple on Monday 4 '

Jesus retired again to Bethany

.t r for the night. The next day, Tuesday -

was Christ's last day of public

teaching, and he had driven out the +
traders and had given commands :

which involve the assumption that he ; -I

was Lord of the temple. Now the

religious leaders demanded, "By

what authority doest thou these '


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EMERG ENCY ACT Cars Built World's Fairu---

(Continued from page 1)
lower Its purchasing power. :
Accept $200,000,000 in silver at 50
cents an ounce on the war debts due
and overdue this fiscal year, and issue i
.silver certificates against the :

metal.Remonetize silver at a fixed ratio

with gold and provide for free and
unlimited coinage of silver. ?ll'

First steps 'in the operation of the '
law cannot be exactly stated with
full assurance, but a general idea
of the progressive movements which
should soon take place can be given.
State councils for commodity con-
trol and adjustments, acting as offi-
cial arms of the federal service, will
be set up at once. The agricultural
extension system and state statisti-
cians will be represented thereon.
Plans on contracts and adjustmentswill t4o
be rapidly submitted 'to special t / slij
commodity hearings where; farmers

and market: authorities will be askedto ij /j4; ieI ;
state their views. .
; :< y aX /
to Make Decisions. .4 < \ b
Secretary ( p.-4

Decision regarding' methods to be
followed in applying the optional xIp

provisions; of the production control
sections o'f the law will be made by
Secretary Wallace after the commodity I
hearings. < :

Processing tax levies will be the i i: t: I
last objective, and these will not starton r>
any commodity whose control is
undertaken until full examination of
existing conditions is made and the V I / [ /
proper margin between current mar- ::' : : ," .,it :' i, ', \ ....ll' :: : i '':''__ : : r.ti ...: C" '.: .tl \_.: ",2" ':":J!

ket prices and the parity level is Millions of people will have their first'opportunity to see shaped line and on the right,Chevrolets are being assembledfrom
fully ascertained. an automobile being built when they visit this mammoth the bare frame to the completed car,ready to be driven
room where the Chevrolet Motor Company will assemble out of the building under their own power.Note,in the center
Throughout tile entire adminis-
i "Master Six" coaches and coupes in the special General of the photograph, the body being swung from the end of
tration of the law there will be a Motors Building at "A Century Progress" exposition. I the Fisher line over to its place on a Chevrolet chassis.
spirit of voluntary agreement, prac- On the left; Fisher bodies are being fabricated on a "J" Visitors may purchase cars built here and drive them home. 'aid.'t I
tical application of the means to the
desired end and a free and open discussion -
of the problems that arise.
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LUDOW1CI MERCHANTS PAY showing signs of an upward trend. tors, clergymen, dentists, etc.,
BUY NOW: It is good business TRIBUTE TO McDONALD Power and willingness to buy, discussed came through with only an
I" for you; and good for business, too. by the New Orleans Times- reduction of 15 per cent. "

(Continued from page 1) Picayune, Is indicated as having been 100 for the index number in
of the Odum Methodist church. variously affected. "To be sure these professional people stood
"Special songs were rendered by a there is some difference between with 85 per cent purchases of
quartet composed of L. W. Harrison, ability and willingness in this res- cars.-Jacksonville TimesUnion.GOVERNOR'S .
Everglades Rev. M. A. Murray, Gus Smith, and pect for there are conditions under
Myran Harrison The pall bearers which purchasing timidity may enter
I TheatreBELLE were: G. T. O'Neal, T. D. Hpuston, the equation," says the newspaper, ULTIMATUM ;
W. E. Horne, R. L. Dawson, Judge M. "cases where the possesion of actual

GLADE I Price and; L M. Branch. cash in bank or available credit may Governor Sholtz has warned
"As a mark of respect to the deceased be offset" by an acute fear for the representatives of school boards
the of the lateC. future. : '
who was son in Tallahassee that he will give :
merchantof The analysis referred to was made
FridaySaturdayCrime J. McDonald, a pioneer veto to measure providing
Ludowici, all business houses of by, the chief statistician of a big au- more than any$5,500,000 as state
tomobile manufacturing concern, and
closed the fu-
Ludowici were during
the common schools of the
of theCentury neral. Mr. McDonald came here Wed- the tests reported, were, of course, Representatives of the
made on the basis of automobile t
nesday from Florida on business and common school education have $
was found dead in bed Monday morn- buying. Comparisons were largely in Tallahassee for several days
ing at ,the old McDonald home, which : made between the percentage of cars deavoring to reach an
purchased by the several occupational -
Sheriff and Mrs. T. F. Chapman are the lowest possible amount
-WITH occupying. Death is said to have groups in 1929 and 1:33. It was in the form of :
HERSHOLT found that by far the highest unit necessary
result of heart attack.
been the a assistance from the tate, but ;
STEWART ERWIN of automoble buyers during last year
understood that some
; GIBSON were public employes in general, including among
WYNNE ALSTONS DRUG STORE GETS I have felt that the actual I
I FRANCES DEE soldiers, sailors, policemen,
ments would be nearer $ ,
I teachers, government workers. Despite -'!
I Police knew the victim... than $5,500,000. :
the nation-wide slump in automobile -
Before he was murdered! One of the recent, improvementsmade sales during 1932, there Some of the leaders among
Police knew the murderer to business houses in Clewis-,were 166 cars sold to the above occupational school boards are known to
.before he murdered! Police ton( is the stucco finish recently com- group to 100 sold in holding down the figure to the
knew the llloth-cbe- pleted on the Eat wall of the new 1929. This is quite astounding, and est possible level and are in
fore thte crime, jet none with the Governor.The )!
I Alston building. The new locationof Is illuminating in view of what has
i (could stop or solve "The the drug store, with the many improvements -.been said and in some instances, Governor's position is
Crime of the; Century." is attracting favorable I done regarding salary cuts in the His dictum to a committee which :
,r I comment from the passers. named field. ited him Thursday amounts to a.
\ I Masons and carpenters were foundat tual ultimatum. These
Sun.- .-Tues. ANALYSIS OF PURCHASING the extreme further end, as purchasing tives of common school

JANET POWER I 1 fewer cars, the report indi- I must feel pretty sure of
cates a decline for the former of: if they support a set-up that
'. WILL ROGERS An interesting study is reportedas buying from the 100 index numberin for a greater amount.,
having been made recently which 1929 to about 16 last year, with The average school attendance
proposes to show how different occu- carpenters found at 18. The runnersup the' 1931-32 term was 292,728 : '
pational groups have been affectedby to the first mentioned, in occupa- an appropriation of $5,500,000
conditions prevailent in the per- tional groups are shown to have been mounts to almost $20 per :
fair iod between 1929, which is remarked } professional people, the list including attendance in the form of state
as the peak of prices and 1933, auditors, chemists, lawyers
: I ,
I Ijifnm
4 From the Heart of America -
rrmmnrrr mrrrll II'IIIIIIIIIIJ' :! llljllllllllll .@mlmmm
I; comes this deeply' human ', )$f/ !tWhere\' .
drama of the romances.
I I'; I
excitement. .. .
I' gayety . adventures N '
I' encountered at the state Now Open J

I' fair. by Father an American and mother family / They All Meet I ,

,i busy winmiig prizes .
daughter in her first ecstatically love idyll happy -. I And Prepared To Serve You!

son finding a girl he has There's beer and beer but it takes pleasant Si .
to forget. For you the F
'IG surroundings and companionship to bring tithe
treat o'f a lifetime as you '

live through it with them.Wed.Thurs. ,!10 full enjoyment of the new beverage. ':' COLD BEER.' ,

At Mary's place you find your friends, all 'r

t gathered to enjoy' fellowship, and'need( we "
A new tjpe. A new StarA
New Hit.1SEKTE r r add) the most tasty sandwiches and lunches ; and delightful home-cooked chicken dinners I

,'if'I 7 DAVIS- so, why not meet your friends here? lSugarland Ideally located; 3 miles from Clewiston .l\

r' Dinners by appointment }
y j
f Exlady"TO r : .

Cafe Gus Cantrell J
won't dare ten !fybu
I{ how daring it it.SUNDAY .
Mary Stokes Prop. Hopkins Bldg. '
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