The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: January 28, 1938
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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r being assured from all of these 73 cars less with the price down8c. I a year. WORKMEN REPLACING CABLES

ft1CV/HQRTER/ AND points, two flights of 32 each are For the corresponding week last!. Those are all taxes on motor ve-I ACROSS CALOOSAHATCHEE O'

confidently expected. !!year they averaged $2.64 and same hicle owners, and do not include

week two years ago, 255. Other Income and property taxes on fac- A crew of workmen representing -

SHELLEY LEAD AS 4-H Club Exhibit !I orange sales included 136 cars In-I tories producing motor vehicles, the Inter County Telephone

dian River variety bringing an average parts and tires, garages,' dealers,
At Local Fair: price of $2.50, down 18c, and! repair shops and companies oper- and Telegraph company are at work
replacing a cable across the Ca- .;
CO cars two-bushel boxes at $2.06, ating busses, trucks, and taxicabs.
loosahatchee river here 6 feet below :
The three most productive a
sources -
a drop of 7c. California orange
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O. G. McWhorter, Belle Glade's Two splendid exhibits have been i iI sales for the week totaled 204 cars, of tax revenue are, first, general the bed of the liver, which was

unorthodox but straightshootinggolfer I arranged and are now on display bringing an average price of $2.38a property taxes; second, income tax- taken up during the widening and
I of the cross-state water-
and Emmett Shelley, the/in connection with the carnival box, up 3c.GRAPEFRUIT. ,I es; and third, the taxes, on 'automobile deepening. :
Four men are at work under
Clewiston veteran, were leading the.which is sponsored this week In owners, which .run' to an way.
: Sales of regular the direction of Conner Jowers, '
field for medalist honors at the Clewiston by the Clewiston parent-I Duncan and Marshseedless grape- average of 'more than $48 a year. foreman. .,1
close of last Sunday's qualifying Teachers Association. on every car in use.
fruit in standard boxes were
rounds of the Everglades Golf The boys of the local 4-H Club! If all other businesses were ta\- I,
cars 11 less than last week, aver- .
Championship being played at the have arranged a splendid assort-I ; ed at the same rate that automat Hate Is Negative \i
Clewiston Golf Club. Shelley reported ment of vegetables and farm pro-!aging $1.82 a box, a drop of 9c. I bile service stations pay, ,the tax To hate is' negative. To forget ?
,For same week last year they averaged leaves room for constructive and ]
at noon with a card of 40-39- ducts. The booth was erected and income from retail business alone :
$1.6 8 and two years ago i profitable thinking. No individualcan
79 only to have McWhorter checkin the products arranged by Carlton i would be more than 12 billion .'A;
$2.16. Other grapefruit sales were ; continue to big and useful :
with an exact duplicating score Holland,/ ; I I grow
Prevatt, Louis Leiter, Jim dollars a year, or more than the
106 Indian River variety I Hate job, ,arid will '
cars your you soon
hour later. Their cards showed )
one Ed VonMach and Owin Winn, all total tax revenue now collected
I.bringing an average price of $2.28 I have no job. Hate another man,
them even in match play. members of the 4-H Club. from all sources, the American Petroleum -
I a' box, down 21c, and 26 cars two- keep talking about this man, and
24 registered qualifying rounds I The girls exhibit is from the I Institute reports. ',. .
L I soon you will have a lot of people
)bushel boxes at
during Sunday's play, not a single;home economics department of the ruce average I you.
score being turned In through the I school and was arranged by the price' of $2.01, a drop of 4c. Texas -. BLOUNT INSTALLS PIDIP __._ _
80's. The posted results jumped 'I''girls I under the supervision of Miss; grapefruit sales amounted to 153 i .
First Strike in 1741
abruptly from McWhorter's andShelley's :Mae Whitten. Some very creditable cars, averaging $2.12 per standardbox .j
W. D. Blount has just completed -
)'I The first strike in America that we
79 to Jack Barrett's 44- articles from the sewing class are an advance of 5c. I '
)I the job of installing! a new high have record of was that of bakers in
46-90. However, there will be. on display. A general school ex- TANGERINES: There were 140
pressure water pump} in the court- New York city in the'year 1741; and 1
plpnty: of shooting at those 79's before hibit Is also on display In connection cars tangerines sold for the week, ,house here. The old" one was considerably the strikers'were convicted of con'j
the qualifying rounds closenelt I with the home economics ex- bringing an average price of $1.04 .
i smaller had been In use spiracy by the court. 1
: Sunday evening, with ForrestBanning I hibit. per four-fifths bushel box, 41 cars for several years and, was'not giv-
and John Thomas of Pa- I
under last week with the'price
ing satisfactory service. i ,
hokee, Lou Betzner and Arthur SUJDIARY OF CITRUS SALES 14c. For the corresponding week : _, IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID: ? '
Wells of Belle Glade and Tom } .
.ast year they brought 91c and two --------- -
Shelley, the ,Clewiston long hitter,)I Tampa.-Following is a summaryof years ago, $1.11. \ r '
forming the firing brigade. Any of Florida citrus sales in the east- r .o '. a .
these boys are capable of lowering!
auction mark-
ern and midwestern TAXES l\I01pntsTS'; PAY
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the I
present medalist score. ets for the week just closing, end- .
Don Young, Clewiston
professional -
Ing January 21st, with a brief re- One seventh of all taxes collected -
announces that the qualify-
view of shipments affecting same. in the United States are paid
ing rounds will be carried through
Florida interstate shipments by by motorists. That includes federal -
next Sunday, with match play be-
'all carriers the preceding week state and municipal taxes. One
ginning Monday, January 31st.
This is to accommodate many golf-, (ending January 15th) reached a dollar out of every seven that is 4! t

J ers some distance from Clewiston total of 2351 cars, 44 less than collected for the expenses: of fun

who find it impossible to play I week before, consisting of 1499 ning the government comes out of ryo

matches any day hut Sunday. Under -' cars oranges, 562 of grapefruit and car-owner's pockets. That is the F 't

the former plan, with drawings 290 of tangerines. I report of the Automobile Manufac- I

being made on Saturday, it Florida sales in all the auction turers' association

-J would have been ,impossible to ar- markets this week amounted' to Included in this toll on transportation -

range matches and notify every- 900 cars, 96 less than last week, are state registration II l 1 1e

one by the following morning. ,.with; oranges and grapefruit declining .fees, state and federal gasoline r

36 entries had been handed In and tangerines advancing. ,* in taxes, federal manufacturers' excise I D ALL-FLORIDA SCHOOL DAYFEB.1CHILDRENFREE
when play closed Sunday, Port May- ]price averages. taxes, personal, property tax .

aca, Canal Point, Pahokee; Belle ORANGES: Sales of regular oranges es by cities, counties and states, ,
Glade and Clewiston being well rep- in standard boxes totaled and bridge and tunnel tolls.: The
resented. With many more entries !333 cars, averaging $1.96 a box, total runs: to 1500 million dollars -
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i County To Exhibit I"Sound Films TakenOf

I Expansion Of SlIgar- House

.:f At Fort Myers Fair / Sugar Plantation


::." Hendry county will have,.a splen-I I Facilities Provides More Additional sound films featuring

! :, did exhibit at the Southwest Flor- various forms of recreation of the
: ida Fair which opens in Fort My- farm laborers on the Evergladessugar

ers on Tuesday, February 8th. Gro-I plantations, were made the

ver C. Hodge, county agent, is arranging Payrolls In The I Glades past week and will be used to
the exhibit and he is plan- supplement the film, "Sugar in

ning to include farm products, winter the Everglades," which is now be-

vegetables and a splendid dis- ing shown to high schools through
play of the sugar industry of the I tho state. Pictures of baseball

Everglades which will be furnished Bitting Says That Actions Instead Ot Words games between teams of different

through the courtesy of the Unit- plantations, the weekly boxing

ed States Sugar corporation. bouts and other forms of recreation -
Fruits, flowers and home pro-I I Will Stop Present Business Recession I were made.

ducts will also be included in the I i The "Sugar in the Everglades"
, display. The arrangements for the film has been sent to the extension -

fair are under the direction of ,C. Additional' construction' work in'of' ten other, structures in the area: much higher wages are paid, and := division of ,the University of

P. Heuck, county agent of Lee the Everglades has Just ,been an- Third, United States Sugar Corpo- living conditions are ,much better, Florida and is being circularized

county, who says he expects to nounced by Clarence R. _Bitting, ration guaranteed the capital fora ; 'I'in the Everglades than in any other through the state as an educational

bring many of the best exhibits of president of the United States Sugar new, termite-wind-fire-proof, ho-'sugar producing area supplying the I feature. All high schools which
the Florida fair at Tampa to Lee Corporation. Work will be start-I tel of eighty rooms in Clewiston, I needs of the United States. have sound equipment for project-

county. There will be extensive ed immediately on a new, '2,000- and: Fourth, United States Sugar "To fulfil the promise which\ the ing 'the film will have the oppor-

tI.i livestock and poultry exhibits. 000 gallon molasses, tank at Clew- Corporation has arranged for the I Everglades hold in relieving the tunity of showing it during the
\'." A new feature of the fair this iston. construction of a 2,000,000 gallon j pressing problem of unemployment school year.

year will be a complete Seminole In making this announcement of molasses tank. The':cost of this i does not require that anything betaken The film shows many scenes in

. i. Indian village with natives of the additional construction work in the building program is.'in' excess of I from any other area, but on- the Everglades section, and followsthe

,:'. # Everglades living in palm-thatched Everglades, Mr. Bitting said "Since $500,000. ly! requires that future increased process of sugar making from ,
"chekees" and showing their finest the beginning of the recent reces- "All of these improvements could 'sugar requirements be filled by the fields in which the cane is

. handicraft products.The sion in industrial activity the United -L well have awaited better business [production in the Everglades ,in- grown to the loading of bags of

fair grounds are located at States Sugar Corporation has, r conditions, but as the President of.(;stead of by ,the low-wage, low-stand- raw sugar for shipment to the re

. Terry Park "on the Sugarland highway through various construction\ pro- the,. United States is, desirous of.,ard-of-living, offshore areas. finery.

' entrance to,- Fort Myers. jects, endeavored to do its partin finding productive work for. as ; "That success will bo achieved in

-------- halting what many claim is many of the unemployed as possible I[such endeavor, if the limitations

another depression. and, having reorganized the now imposed are lifted, 'is amply
EXPENDEDON "Instead of spending our time sugar producing properties of the'\:assured by results already record- INN CONSTRUCTION IS

$282,650 trying to find someone to blame Everglades during the worst de-i!ed. The ,Everglades sugar proper-

for the nation's troubles, we have pression in the history of the coun-' ties were placed in receivershIp in RUSHED ON ARRIVAL

CONSTRUCTION endeavored to create work for the try, a slight falling off in busi-,,1930; ; they were reorganized in
unemployed. First, '''United States ness does not impress us as an i 11931.i Since such reorganization the

Sugar Corporation built more than opportunity. find a scapegoat. j' country has' experienced the worst STRUCTURAL STEELConstruction
HERE IN PAST YEAR one hundred cottages throughoutthe "The work, which we have undertaken I depression in history and cugar

Everglades sugar producingarea has a direct and important -(I prices were the lowest ever recorded -

: Second, United States Sugar bearing upon the unemployment -,,I on the New York Coffee & Sugar of the new Clewis-

, t A review of new construction in Corporation made arrangementsfor problems of the nation. This I I Exchange. The sugar producing ton Inn, which was delayed for two
... grave problem of unemploymentcannot properties of the
twelve Everglades
building homes in Clew- were
Clewiston during the past year re- I weeks because of failure of steelto
iston and :encouraged the building be solved by dealing in (Continued en Page 8)
veals the steady progress being I arrive from northern mills, is
generalities; neither can it be solv-I
made in the erection of homes and being pushed following the arrivalof
ed by any one action, desirable as I
of business. New homes and steel The
places a shipment Monday.
such action may be. The unem- I
buildings erected: during 1937 or Clewiston Hotels Company, whichis
CLEWISTON EXHIBIT ployment problem can be solved by iLARGE ACREAGE IN
under construction at the present dealing with, and curing, one ata erecting the 80-room hotel build-
time in Clewiston and immediate time of the ing,. anticipates no further delay in
particular segments -
vicinity reach the amazing total TAKES FIRST PRIZE whole problem. Such treatment will PARKS HERE SHOWN steel shipments.

. of $282,650. not only cure the problem in the The erection of the steel frame-

_),-: ,'" Topping the list. in expenditure particular segment ..but,.-if properly work has reached the stage where,
is the new Clewiston Inn, now be- AT COUNTY FAIRThe handled by capable persons, will BY W.\ P. A. SURVEYA the outline of the building and its

ing constructed by the Clewiston tend to furnish additional employ- plan can be discerned. Seventyfourmen

Hotels Company at a cost of $150- ment in other areas. are employed on the building,

000.. Twelve new residences, erect- Clewiston exhibit won first ,"The unemployment census for recreation survey 'of the counties and others will be employed as the

' ed by the Clewiston Realty and Development -I prize at' the Hendry County Fair Florida showed 73,479 totally un- of the Lake Okeechobee area, building reaches. a more advance

,:. Corporation for rental held in LaBelle for three days employed who desire work and 33- include Okeechobee, Glades, High-I stage.F. .
.,tri\ purposes, were recently completed 151 engaged in emergency work lands, Hendry, Palm Beach, St. Lu- Deane Duff, president of the
'- at a cost of $35,000. closing Saturday. The exhibit .wasa I of various kinds, a total of 106,630 cie and Martin, is being completed company, states that he hopes, to

, The Glades Water company spent combined community and school persons desirous of, being self-sup under the jurisdiction of the local have the building in use very earlyin

approximately $30,000 in the installation affair and was sponsored? by the porting. Seventy-five per cent of WPA office. The work is that April provided there are no fur:

of a new water filtering local Parent-Teachers Association.The this unemployment in Florida can of recording all public recreationareas the delays in obtaining materials.

plant at Clewiston during 1937. I I exhibit'contained be cured and employment given to all hunting areas and other The new hotel is a two-story
a beautifully 30,000 outside the state, a total of facilities for sportsmen, historicaland I structure of British Colonial design.
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; Sixty cottages for laborers and arranged display of -
vegetables 110,000, by taking but one step.
" archaeological 'sights. The aim The first floor will contain a spacious -
fifteen other buildings were erect- and flowers from Clewiston,
That step contemplates the grant- of the project is that of improvingand lobby, a large dining room,
ed by the United States Sugar Cor- home gardens and neighboring II
ing to Florida of one half the three
expanding the recreational facilities and kitchen and service rooms. The
poration at Ritta Plantation during'the farm Included in the
years average increase in sugar of residents, of the area. north wing of the first floor is given -
early fall at a cost of $25,000.The beans, carrots, cabbage, cel- consumption in the United States.
I and the
to ,
The rather surprising fact was over guest rooms
Hendry County Motors, local ery, peas and many others, all of "Today we are importing 75)%
established that the, community of I i entire second floor is occupied by
Ford dealer, has just moved '
uniform high quality. The flowers of requirements considered
our sugar -
There five stairways -
Clewiston is ahead of any other n guest rooms. are
', > into its new fire-proof building on included roses, gladioli, gerbera, by our Army and Navy as a the extent of its" central: park area.Clewiston's i to the second floor. .
Sugarland Highway, which was calla lillies and other varieties. critical and strategic war-time ma- I
22 acres of park space:! A one-story apartment building
erected at a cost of approximately : The exhibit was hastily "terial, and paying to our off-shore architectural design will
arranged in the city, fully improved and keptin of similar
$10,000.The I by the P.-T. A. committee but wasa Sources of supply a premium, over good condition, exceeds that even -: be located east of the hotel build-
Clewiston Motor Company, world prices, of more than $225-
creditable showing of the will
com- of the City of West Palm Beach. ing. The apartments carry com-
with an expenditure of $6,000, built munity and the school. The 000,000 a year. The Sugar Act of entirely
school'scontributions In the Clewiston area,' report is plete hotel service, but are -
an equipment shed, and new office ,consisted of poster(1937 prohibits continental United listed the public recreation park! separate from the main build-
in connection with its Cater- States from producing as much as I
rooms paper work from the small( with its tlfree concrete tennis|
pillar and Chevrolet dealershiphere. grades; sewing from the home ec- 30% of our requirements. Floridais courts, its wading pool, playground I ing.A large tiled porch opens east

I onomics department and several ex- prohibited from filling its own equipment and other park space from the lobby of the hotel and

Two duplex apartment buildingsare cellent articles of handcraft.The sugar-bowl. which is kept mowed and properly gives a lovely view of the court
nearing completion for H. J: "Direct, permanent employmentcan
floor and walk ",
leading to landscaped. between the two buildings.
Oglesby at a cost of $6,000. ,The' the Clewiston exhibit be furnished to 10,000 personsin
was cover- The survey work from ClewistonIs !
home of W. VPerry' on Arcade one year and an additional 10- '
" new ed with bagasse, the dried pulpof being done by J. H. Doty, under More Than 5,000
000 each for the suc-
Avenue cost $3,700, and theE the persons year ,
sugar cane from which the the stipervision'of Miss Essie Geiger -
:**:M. Cornette home in the same ceeding four years, making a totalof
juice[ has been
extracted.The of the recreation -
field :supervisor HouseMore
block was estimated at $3,000. exhibit roo'm also containeda 50,000 persons given direct, self- : division of the Florida Pub- Visit Sugar
J. A. Stone built a ,home on Royal splendid booth of the United supporting and satisfying means
lic Works
of livelihood. This direct, well-paid
Palm Avenue for rental purposesat I
States, Sugar corporation. The many than 5,000 visitors have
,', a cost estimated at $2,500. A varieties of employment will furnish livelihoods Clewiston
cane, sugar in various !been shown through the
service station for R. C. Nowl- for an additional 25,000 per- School Board
new stages of formation, samples of sugar house since the opening of
Highway boostedthe sons in Florida and an equal num- I -
ing on Sugarland raw and refined 'sugar on
printed lit-
the 1937-38 grinding
ber in other parts of the nation,
total $2,300.A.
construction erature, and splendid photographsof Will Meet SaturdayThe November 16th. With the increasing
supplying the necessities and com-
Sias is completing a $3-
W. the in the
sugar cane industry and number of winter visitors
forts of those direct
given _employ-
which will be ready for
: 00,0 home Clewiston '
scenes attracted the at state since the ChrIstmas holidays
ment. Employment for five or
,', occupancy in February. The C. E. tention of visitors to the Sugar industry's (semi-permanent employment years, will county school board will the number of visitors to the sug-
Robbins family has moved into its booth. meet in the office of the superin-
house has increased steadily until -
be 10- ar
provided for an additional
home, which has just been tendent of public Instruction in the
new and
Assisting with the Clewiston ex- 000 persons, about half of whom an average of one hundred
,7 completed at a cost of $3,000. Several hibits court house at LaBelle on 'Satur-
" were Mrs. M. M. Prewltt. will be in Florida and the balance fifty: are being taken on the tour
f cottages totalling $3,500 have Mrs. E. L. Stewart, A. E. Oliver in other parts of the nation. day, February 5th. The matter of of the sugar house daily.
been erected during the year by and B. E. Herring. The completion of such a pro-I the need for an additional school Guide service is maintained b-,
individual owners. at Clewiston will be
gram would furnish a permanentand building the United States Sugar corporationand
With the exception of the Ritta before the board for discussion -
continuing wholesome mode of brought during the hours of 9 till 12
plantation all of these buildingsare Mr. and Mrs. John at this time. taken on ,
Seymour of life to upwards of 75,000 personsin I and 1 till 4 parties are
located within the city limitsof I is 'the regular February -
City, Missouri The meeting house and the
are visiting Florida and would mean an increase a tour of the sugar
Clewison. It is doubtful if any' Mr. and Mrs. Carawan Nelson. Mr., in the annual cash payrolls meeting. In addition to the I intricies of sugar making explained -

other city of comparable size in l Seymour is owner of the Seymour of the 'state upwards of $60,000-I members, M. E. VonMach, to them.Indications.

Florida can boast of as large ar L Publishing company and is vacationing 000.. ton, chairman} Mrs. Homer CleWis-I are that the numberof
expenditure of money for new construction in Florida. He is enjoying "The Everglades of Florida are Felda, and Roy Mcsser. visitors this year will exceed

during the same period. some splendid bass fishing on Lake the last frontier of the United Superintendent S. A. those of last year when a record
,The substantial character of th, Okeechobee during his stay. States and make possible the solu- Attorney L. 0. Gravely will be in number of 10,000 were shown ,
of the city is shown in thvariety e
growth attendance.
tion of Florida's unemployment through the sugar house.
I of the types of new ,con
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problem. Recent investigations by
striirCtion, business places, homes purposes, laborers, cottage? and thencw the Agricultural Adjustment Administration J. H. Doty was a business visitor Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Lakin .,spent

,." houses', and apartments for renta I hotel bUilding clearly prove that r in Okeechobee Tuesday. the week-end in Key West..
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development but is helping with I j Many's the time I've sat and I the defendant Nathan D. Baxter ,that NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOIL'
The Clewiston News there is in State of
no person the
I construction work affecting every watched the conductor of this col- Florida 'service of a summons in TAX DEED

: phase of community life. New, mod-Jumn groan and growl and sweat chancery upon whom would bind such (Senate BUI No. 103)
defendant; it is therefore ordered
IMibl.shed every Friday in Clewiston, I era and comfortable cottages for worse'n a wrestler out Benjamin that the said defendant be and he
ricnda, by the CLEWISTON NEAVS,: the laborers, attractive homes for Field goin' thru the agony of get- is hereby required to appear to the 'John A. Stone, holder of Tax Certificate I
Bill of Complaint filed In such cause
Inc. I salaried employees, a modern ho- tin' out of a toe-hold. And I've on or before Monday, the 7th day No. 567. Issued' the 4th day of "'
September, A. D. 1933,. has filed same
: and of February A. D. 1938 otherwise the
the best
tel comparable to seen him start a sheet and after In made
my office and has application -
allegations of said bill will be takenas
KEATIILIY: nownnx. Editor I now a two million gallon molasses'j writin' about half a page, tear it confessed by the said defendant. for a tax deed to be issued
thereon. Said certificate embraces the
= j tank: for its own use. J lout and throw It In the wastebasket It is further ordered that this order following described property in the .f
I be published onco a week for County of Hendry, State of Florida, -
The appreciation of thinking lot of naughty words
Entered nR second class mall matter every land use a 14 consecutive weeks in the Clewiston to-wit: :
February 1, 1927 at the Post Office i in: citizen should go out to the''| which would have shocked my Aunt News a newspaper, published in said
Lot 12, Block 363, Clewiston.
Clewiston, Florida, under the Act of County and :State.!!
March: 3, 1897.Snhrcrlption. United States Sugar corporation for I I Jane to death. And I usta wish the This 6th day of January, 1938. The assessment of the Mild property ,

continuing-during what many feel| big sap would hurry up and get it (SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL I was under in the the name said of certificate A. M. Coleman.issued '";

is a partly arrested business depres-i over' with so I could go home before Clerk Circuit Court. Unless said certificate shall be redeemed -
Rote ?2.00 Per Year..c1n'rtl..ln according to lavthe
I sion-to spend developing LOUIS O. GRAVELY. pro-
.\. ,; Rntes On .Application.Devoted money the grits and gravy got cold Solicitor for Complainant. I perty described therein will be sold V
'I I the region, creating employment and gummy. But after tryin it 3- Jan: 7-14-21-28, Feb. 4. to the highest bidder at the court
for hundreds and making for a house door on the first Monday in
'i time or two myself, hereafter when the month of February 1938, whichIs
to the advancement and welfare more substantial future for the en- of the 7th day of February, 1938.
he into the contortions com
of Clewfston and Hendry .County.,
tire Everglades section. i I NOTICE OK APPLICATION FOR Dated this 14th day of January ;
position I'll be a fountain of human 1938. .
I sympathy. (Sennte Dill No. ,163) Clerk of Circuit Court of I
Leesburg Ohio, evidently
Hendry County Florida.
And now, havin' emptied my tear I
any such splendid news to broad-]I NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. that Jan. 1421 28, Feb. 4. '
ducts I'll tell about what a
In the news columns of this issue cast. The Leesburg Citizen created i i you Rosa Smith holder of part of Tax
had at the Press Certificate issued .. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
swell time we No. 90, the 2nd day -
of Clewiston News Is an announcement .., something of a mild sensation recently of August, A. D.. 1926, has filed same ,:TAX DEED
of more constructionwork ; when it, ran an announce Breakfast: in my office and has made applica- (Senate ,nil I No. 103) I

III ment of ,$10,000 Quintuplet Der- Regardless of reports and ru- tion lor'a tax deed to be Issued
that will benefit not only our a ] thereon. Said certificate embraces the
City but also the entire 'Glades: by for Leesburg. The Citizens offers -I mors to the contrary, the newspaper following described property In.the G.NOTICE E. Ethcrton IS ,HEREBY holder of,GIVEN Tax Certificate that- I

$10,000 to the first quintuplets I men opened the affair' with a County to-wit: of Hendry, State of Florida. No. 249, issued the 6th: 'day 'of '

area.This born within eight miles of Lees business session. The principal! August A. D. 1935, has filed sim
is action, instead of words,, I Lot 12 LaBelle Heights, a sub- in my office and has made applica- I
to cure the recession in the coun" burg during 1938, $2,000 to each event was the decision of the Boardof division of part of the N'of I tion for a tax deed to' be issued

try's industrial activity.( The United baby. The editor explains that livestock -I, Directors to, work: toward bring- NE South>4 of Range Section 29 East.8, Township 43 thereon.following Said described certificate property embraces in the the I

States Sugar Corporation furn'I won't do. He wants "real,. ing the national convention of the, County of Hendry, State of Florida I

ishes the life-blood of this area. I genuine babies, the kind old man NEA to Florida in 1939. Successin The under assessment the said of certificate the said property issued- to-wit Lot: I, Block 176, Clewiston. I,

If those who supply the lifebloodof Dionne has. America First! Let's this endeavor would mean reamsof was in the name of Unknown. The assessment' of the said property i
I I Unless said certificate shall be' redeemed under the' said certificate issued
other areas in this country would Not Take a Back Seat to Canada! favorable for the state.
publicity I
according'to law the 1>&0- was In' the name of C, Thorpe. i'i'l
take the same far-sighted and I j So anyone expecting quintuplets I II .Practically every city in the nation perty described therein will be sold Unless said certificate shall be re-- "
I to the highest bidder at the deemed according to law the i
1938 advised to move! court l pro- !
broadminded attitude neither recessions -i I during are would be represented at the convention house door on the first ,Monday in perty' described therein will be sold > :,
nor depressions could exist.( within 8 miles of Leesburg, Ohio, and the beauties of the the month of February 1938 whichis to the highest bidder at the court '.
and receive the award. And may the 7th' day of February, 1938., house door on the first Monday in I
Mr. Bitting paints a picture of I 1 state spread before them, those Dated this 14th day of January, the month of February, 1938. whichis l''
the future of the Everglades that the State of Ohio and the United boys would really "go to town"i 1938. the 7th day of February 1938. i:

all in the area can heartily endorse.I States have as much mercy on you i i (SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL. Dated this 14th day of January, '
when it comes to writin in their 1938. I'I'I
Through annual cash payrolls of I as the Canadian government had I I I Clerk of Circuit'. Court of I I I I (SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL, :
home papers about our winter va- Hendry County, Florida. Clerk of Circuit Court of ::
over $60,000,000 he sees a most i for the famous Dionnes! Jan. 14- 2128, Feb., 4. '
I 1 1i cation land. 'I Hendry County, Florida.
prosperous area that will cure the i Jan. 14- 2128, Feb. 4. '

unemployment problems of Floridaif .I There is a way to assure successof II Don Lochner, the new presidentof

the Florida Press Association, NOTICE: OF SALE: OF T..LX
the restrictions on the produc- an undertaking-and that is sufficient NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR

tion of our own necessities are re- preparation and experimen wielded the baton at 'the business; CERTIFICATESNotice TAX DEED
(Senate Hill No. :JC3): ,
moved.In tation. Witness: When Lord North-, meeting, and the capable mannerin Is hereby given that H. C.

his announcement of additional -I'I cliffe launched the London Daily i which he handled the affair as- DeLaney has filed with me written NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. that

construction 'work Mr. Bitting Mail he had his large staff gather)): sures the association, of energetic request with that, all the tax certificates together G. E. Etherton, holder of Tax Oertif1-'
subsequent omittedor cate No. 240. issued the 5th day of
takes to task those who spend all the news, set the type, make up the!leadership this year. levied taxes held by the Statebe August A. D. 1935. has filed s'.mP

their time and efforts in criticism.If .I pages, sterotype the forms, and I After the business, 'Dick Pope bidder advertised for cash and as sold provided to the by highest House in my. for office a tax and deed has made to be application iss-ipd-

the leaders of the country would start the great presses.-only to runoff I II took the gang out to his Cypress Bill 396 of the 1937 Acts of the thereon. Said ''certificate embraces the

follow the example of those who I a few' copies. each day for Gardens' for fried chicken Legislature, upon the following described following described property In thrt
a dinner. real estate in the County of County of Hendry, State of Florida!
are competent to develop the Ever-I three months. Not a copy was allowed And when the boys and girls got Hendry. State of Florida, to-wit:, I to-wit:

glades we would have neither reces- to go outside the office. thru pickin' W% of E% of NE% Block 23, La- Lot 11, Block 172. Clewiston.
the meat off the drum-
The assessment of the said property -
sion nor depressions. Each day he went over the issue sticks they took in the 'festival., Said ,Tax ,Certificates together with I under the said certificate issued
II carefully, criticizing making all subsequent omitted or levied tax- was In the name of Unknown.
es,. improving. At the same chang-I At 11:30 the doors of the, dining es, will be sold to the highest bidderat Unless said certificate shall be redeemed -
Ih u N..:NN N,1.11:..:NNH NM N M NNNN N NNN, :. l room of the Haven Hotel were the' Court House door in -LaBelle, according to law the Droperty' -
was appraising reporters, County of Hendry, State of Florida
swung' open for the gathering of on the 29th of described therein .will be sold
feature writers, and mechanical op-! day January 1938
to the bidder at the court
at 11 A. ;M. highest
e RAMBLINGS erators. At the end of three months I II Florida's Fourth Estate- Jack Dated this 14th day of January A. house door on the first Monday in

he had developed a newspaper that!; Worthington was the belle of the D. 1938. the month of February. 1938, whlcn

......... . . .. .. ball: all dressed in (SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL, Is the 7th day of February, 1938.
: N 11 H N; :N NN, :N M NM N M N:N N+N: :N: :N: I suited his critical ideas; then he|| up soup I and fish Clerk of Circuit Court of Dated this 14th day of January,

put it before the public-and it! clothes-Keathley Bowden of: Clew- Hendry County, Florida. 1938. ,.
Clewiston again leaps into front I, '' Jan 14, 21, 28. (SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL,
iston had to stay 'home and of
was an instantaneous success. nurse Clerk of Circuit Court
page news over the country this his Hendry County,. Florida.
shop which
I was being moved
week as announcement is made by I _, Jan. 1421- 28, Feb. 4.
the United States Sugar corpora-] Stop me if you've heard this one: Charles Korbly was there-but NOTICE OF APPLICATION- FOR

A small boy leading a donkey where-Colin English, Bob Gray TAX DEED
tion that a two million gallon mo- / FOR
lasses tank is to be constructed at I passed by an army camp. A couple and Nathan Mayo represented the (Senate Mill No., 163) NOTICE OF TAX. DEED

of soldiers wanted to have some Government at Tallahassee-Kar (Senate, DIll No. 103)
Clewiston, work to begin immedi-
fun with the lad. Lehman was head man in the show NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
ately.A John A. Stone, holder of Tax Certificate NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thatG.
two million gallon tank is "What are you holding on to and an all 'round good .one, too- No. 550, issued the 4th day of .' E. Etherton, holder of Tax Certifi-
your brother ,so tight for, sonny?" L. O. Robertson's Chino-Jap skit September, A. D. 1933 has filed same cate No. 235. issued the 5th day of
that is almost incredibleto
something in my office and has made applica- August A. D. 1935, has filed same
the average layman. It's a lot said one of was a wow.--and Junior Chapin, tion for a tax deed to be issued in my office and has made application iiJ
of molasses and would make "So he won't join the army," Sonny Rasch, Richard Kennedyand thereon. Said .certificate embraces the for a tax deed to be issued -
manya the lad replied without blinking an following described property In the thereon. Said certificate embraces the
pan of gingerbread. We might go Floyd Winters, all members County of Hendry, State of Florida, following described property in the
eye. of Tampa's Federal to-wit: County of Hendry, State of Florida,
statistical and figure out how many Theatre, putit
._ I In"m" Lot 10, Block 172, Clewiston. to-wit:
children could have how many II over in grand style.-And oh, :oh, The I Lots 8-9. Block 170 Clewiston.

meals of gingerbread with two cups I that prize fight with George' Burr under assessment the said of certificate the said property Issued- The assessment of certificate the said property issued-
under' said
: "ii 5t4:7nrir ri 9r is
of molasses to each pan of ginger- mml dressed up in long underwear and was in the name of E. L. Selz.:!! I was in the name of Unknown.
said certificate shall be redeemed shall be redeemed -
bread; or we might list some of Too Late To I ICJ3y pink bloomers, or somethin'pageJack according to law, the property Unless said according certificate to law the pro-
the almost countless uses for this ClassifyKay Benny and Eddie Cantor- described therein will be sold perty described therein will be sold

well-known by-product of the sugar Even Charley house to the door highest on the bidder first at the court to the highest bidder at the courthouse
McCarthy's first cou- 1 Monday in 'door on the first :Monday in
industry. (F'r instance did 'R..cssell the month of February, 1938 which whichis
you sin was there-and did he have a is the 7th, day of February, 1938. the month of February 1938. 1938.
of February,
know that the so-called rubber the 7th 'day
1'011-1 crush on Marie Holderman?-Aiic I Dated this 14th day of January, Dated this 14th day of January.
ers on a printing press I&Gp.aC-'L1l F.i 2)1 Ilidfri1 ter 's1E 1938.
they gave Hortense Wells and ,1938.
large percentage of molasses?) ( )
I There'll be days like this but I eral other dignitaries the seats of Clerk of Circuit Court of Clerk of Circuit Court of
TTowever, we won't go into then HONOR. Hendry County, Florida. I Hendry County, Florida.
thank Heaven they're few and far Anyway, folks, it was a
Jan. 14- --
2128, Feb. 4. Feb. 4.
; f of the molasses, though they Jan. 1421- 28.
between. What I mean ,to say is I grand party.
: 'tfced many. ,
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that these may be FAIR DAYS for And here I am clear to the bot-
either: wil we stop to figure out

how many man-hours of labor will the Big Boss (although I've been I:said tom of anything the column about, and I haven't mi....N..M..N..N..N..N..M..N..N..M..N.,.......N..N..N..N..N.N..N..N..N..N..N..N...1..N N TN. .NON........N:..:1111. .N:N I.:
be provided by 'the construction of calling him by a few other names) the Florida 1-

this huge molasses tank. -but they are DOG days to me: i Fair. You'll just have to come and Y .i'

Suffice it to say, that it is another doggone if I do and doggone if I I:see it for yourselves, but I can A,
-and extremely large-step I don't. promise you this: you'll have a Yi Y

inthe phenomenal progress of the 'Course you can't really blame I grand and glorious time "because : YCLEWISTON

sugar industry of the Everglades. the Boss. He's been goin' 'round? I the Boss says it's bigger and bet- *

During a time when the rest of the here with his shoulders all bowed ter than ever before, and HE 60lF I iE j

nation was In the throes of a business down under the weight of the Press KNOWS. So so-long-and I'll be I

depression, the sugar industryin Breakfast at the Orange Festivalin lookin'( for you at the FAIR. y

the Everglades of Florida kept Winter: Haven, and a ton or two Russell's Gal Friday. t j

planning for the future, continuedIts of requests for passes to the Flor- | COUI'S. ,' ;

building program, developednew ida Fair on his neck besides numerous EASY PAYMENTSAn '' L ...

varieties of cane until it has and sundry other details to :Yt: ,,"' 'v :s.t.y :

proven itself perfectly adapted to look after before the gates swing insurance agent owed a ]carpenter .. ., .,- ,, I .s':
local A .
conditions.The .
open Tuesday.So $35. The carpenter owed the ..s.'s.. I

1937-38 season found the he ups and dumps his weekly storekeeper who in turn owed the v l

sugar corporation ready with anew I column right in my lap and says, landlord for his rent and the land- :X: :

and modern plantation, Ritta, "Gal, you! ain't got much to do outside lord owed the Insurance man. All .1.vX I .... ,.
added to its list. One hundred
cot- of answerin' a few hundred four of the men were low in cashso .1 I

tages were constructed to house letters, gettin' out a stack of cir- they ararnged
field laborers ,and supervisory em- culars, keepiu' the books and a few store. The landlord gave the insur- ,

ployees.Twelve new modern homes wereerected other odd chores-you go ahead :ance man a check which he en- I I Open to the Public 'I ':
dorsed it
in Clewiston, and were oc- and knockout a column for me this I and handed It to the carp- it

cupied for the first time during week and if we both don't get shot I enter, who signed it and handed

December by company employees. I'll buy you a lollypop or sumpin'." it to the storekeeper who endorsed b '

These have done much to allevi- When I sat down to the type- it and gave it back to the landlord.Vell" .. ;

ate an acute housing shortage in writer I had as bad a headache "\ remarked the landlord as |t.t

Clewiston. Westbrook: Pegler had after his he tore up the check, "that settles ;t.'i

Folowing the destruction of the New Year's celebration, and I hada $140 in bills, and I didn't have any :: :!:
Clewiston Inn by fire In September, notion to follow his example and I money in the bank, anyway.".- .. .. -.IIII1IU.- ,I.- "" :." -' .' II ..
1:: -
work 'was begun on a termite-fire fill my column by writin' "The ]Emporia Gazette. .,....;: : '-, *

: storm proof hotel of 100 rooms Boss Has Gone to the Fair, Ha, r 's.

and hotel apartments. This building Ha," and keep on repeatin' it until IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION .V. i i' Moderate ,Green Fees .X!.
is being constructed as rapidly the darned column was full up. Hilton PAID?

as possible and erection of the the other hand, maybe thatwouldn't ti:;: Exceptional Fairways =i:
nearly completed. be so smart, and anyway COUNT FLORIDA. IN CIIANCKRY ,Xr -
I hate to be an old copy-cat. ]ELLA[!; MAE BAXTER. Complainant ;: interesting Greens, :_f '
vs :: .:
Thus the sugar Industry-by\ Then I thot I'd ask 'I"'s'
Cile Trice: 1 11 NATHAN D. BAXTER. Defendant.It .
continuing to spend money in creating -'Cartel to put her brainy head close I I':!l ..s... )
employment is not only building to mine appearing'by affidavit appended t
for an inspiration-and ( to the sworn bill filed .in,,_ tho 'II -

golidly toward its own future ,SHE'D GONE TO THE FAIR, TOO. Dffice above address cause that and the place residence of abode, post> of I :-O.- "..'-. ......-..................-..........................<4......-............,..'...................-........................--0..............'.


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f Tampa.-Twenty thousand jarsor

URGE TWELVE FOOT honey, representing 12 varietiesand .

weighing more than 20 tons, DON'T MISS SEEING

will .be included in the Florida .
State Beekeepers Association expo-

I sition at. the Florida: State Fair,

January 25 to February 5, R. E.!
Rivers r k I
of the National V
and Harbors Congress, meeting in I Foster, state apiarinspector and Southwest Florida'
superintendent of the show, has ad-
.. Washington Thursday and Fridayof
f vised general manager P. T. Strieder -
this week, will: be sought for :
deepening the channel between I here.

Stuart and Fort Myers. Besides the colorful array of ,.

Ben Herr, chief engineer and secretary I choice honey, apiarists with a flare F A I R

: and Jake Boyd, member of MI for artistry will exhibit many novel .
Okeechobee Flood Control Board, figures and designs prepared from

will attend the congress as official beeswax.

l' representatives of the district. Hives showing the bees at work,

They will seek to have the body queen bees, and demonstrations as 89' 10 11
throw its influence behind the pro- to the proper handling of bees will February ,

ject .for increasing the waterway be included in the exhibit.
channel from six feet to 12 feet. .
Added to the exhibit this year;
A survey of the 12-foot project is Fort Fla.
will be a special department con-I Myers
made government en- ,
now being by
: '
ducted by the Ladies' Auxiliary of'the .
gineers, but it .will be necessaryfor \

Congress to appropriate funds HENRY L. WILLEFORD Florida Beekeepers Association| .. : ...-....... : : : ...._...._...
where demonstrations will be made I! :w: :w:w:w:w:w:w:w-w:w: ; : : :wHw: : : : : : :
before the work can be done.
Sarasota attorney, today announced daily in the preparation of foods '
have recom-
mended Army that engineers$1,208,000 be expended his candidacy for the office of and delicacies using honey for.I An Educational, Industrial and Agricultural
State Attorney for the Twelfth Ju-
sweetening. Mrs. Matilda Jensen of
improvements of the cross-
on dicial Circuit, subject to the Demo Exposition featuring the pro
state waterway, principally on con- !Madison, Wis., noted home demonstration !
struction of a new lock nine miles I cratic primary on May 3rd. I expert, will also participatein ducts of CHARLOTTE, COLLIER, .
of the I Mr. "Williford has :been a resident -' the exposition and conduct
west of Stuart, completion a
and Counties.
'C I of Sarasota for twelve years;' modern electrical ,
i: north lake levee, and maintenance. kitchen for the
r 4' The suggestion that the entire I he was born and'reared' in Memphis Tampa Electric Company wheremeats

\t project be deepened' is in line Tennessee' is a. graduate of of all kinds will be prepared -> TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 8th, is

with existing work. Although the, Harvard University and the University with the honey treatment. ,! Children's Day and the school childrenof
of Tennessee In 1930 he
canal is publicly announced *
3:. depth of by the the Engineer Depart- was selected State Attorney for Mrs. W. R. House, of Dunedin:j the five counties will be admitted freeat
the Twenty-seventh Judicial CircuitIn president of the state association, i
:{, ment that one as six limiting feet, that factor-St.simply means Lu-I' a field of five candidates and will be in charge of the Auxiliary }I the front gate.

of Stuart, is 6-feet was again chosen to tho same of- division. I
cie locks west
over the sill at mean low water. fice' in 1934. He is a Mason, amem- J II A Special Poultry Exhibit will be
There Is already ber of the Elks and Loyal Orderof I
The facts are: Moose. I shown featuring all types of poultry.
'. 10.4 feet of water in St. Lucie !
canal from the locks to Lake Okee- Ducks and geese on exhibit in a newly.
';: J chobee. .I
Although there is only 6.5 feet I I involved in an accident and the pool.

from Port Mayaca to Clewlston operating of a car is a privilege
l- across Lake Okeechobee, this level I I and not an inherent right. Some of the. finest livestock in

;; is figured on the basis of minimum "Not only should the driver be Southwest Florida will be exhibited at

I};' lake level. and it is safe to say I required to buy a license for their _

that there is about an 8-foot average automobile but they should be required the Fair. .

o_ for most of the year. [ to take a physical and mental .-
From Clewiston to Moore Haven ; examination before being issued Don't miss the EDISON DAY

:- ''there is nine feet, and the av- ''a driver's license to drive their '
PAGEANT in Fort Myers on. the 11 th
Fort is
to Myers
depth on "
,. erage cars, stated Asher Frank, Director -
10 feet. or the Florida Safety Counci., and 1 12th. A large parade of floats is scheduled -
Lucie river link from
The St. J
Stuart to the east locks has a 1 t I recently. FLORU A on Saturday, the 12th.
'.. depth of eight feet. "Candidates for the legislature,
According to the report of the who are announcing daily throughout GARNETT ANDREWS.M njSer Special Grandstand Acts held twice

Chief of Engineers of the U. S. the state, and should be pledged ENJOY SUMMER COMFORT *t An
modern, fireproof hole!'in tie heart cf down each day Afternoon and Nights.
Army: a Driver's License Law at town Jacksonville. Every room with tub end ,
"The additional sum of 1,266- the next session of the legislature shower, loft water, ceiling,fan,.radio; tald! (
000 can be profitably expended on I and only such candidates who summer door..Every Bed with inncsprinjfnaHieu Art Lewis Attractions, both rides
and reading .'lamp. Running ice
I this waterway during the fiscal pledge to protect human lives rater on every floor. and shows for your entertainment on the .
year of 1938 as follows: should be given your support. Its AIR CONDITIONED

. ". Completion of the new St. high time that politicians gave COCKTAIL DINING LOUNGE AND MEETING: COFFEE ROOMS SHOP IVIIDW A Y. .

Lucie Canal lock .$715,000 some thought to the -conservationof Rate.. $ingle" with Private Bath -
. Completion north shore human life," concluded Frank. 78 Room S2.oo eo Room;-S2,50 C. P. HEUCK :;- .'
levee .............................. 285,000 i [ 40 Room $3.00 24 Room $3.50 -': ,
t- Other work -........................256,000Stuart 10 Smpl. Room with Prlvil, 8.A $400: ..2--/y: Secretary-Manager
; Good StljM' la double'
"' News. Week of FishingAt awes occupmcvon.
N Daily
:.frj.T... 1 I' ... i a POUND HO..i. Fort Myers, Florida.

Y. / THE ROAD TO THE CEMETERY 'Liberty Point CampJ. MOTH Go"T., PATTf... T7 MOm, J...en.1 DtSOiO C.
L _
1 :

.... When the final and official fig. I, I '" ... :,>< ,* w'} s. .... .... "c;_ '
L. Tindale, of
manager the -
:: ures are tabulated, it will probablybe -
Liberty Point Fish Camp reporteda
found that the automobile death
very good week of fishing at his
toll in 1937 reached a new all-
camp for the week ending January
.:': time record, exceeding the 1936 20.
i., slaughter with its 37,000 victims.
:' There is no reason for being .surprised Among those fishing there .and
- at the continued increase. their catches were: H.' G. Heetherand V ROYAL LUMBER COMPANY
C. B. Waltz of Miami who
p Each year cars are made faster and
brought in four after a morning's'
'; more powerful-and a dangerous
'l ; fishing two of which weighed six
:: percentage of them become the pro- and a half pounds and one three '7''''," ,';, .', '.:,,; ,,.',,, ,. .'.' '"

perty of drivers who couldn't'be and a half. C. A. Carlton and partyof ,. ; '
," '. trusted to operate a bicycle safe- Arcadia caught ten nice bass t:.:, IN C ,if. ;.,

ly. Roadways and surfaces are Im- on the same day; J. A. Spencerand ". ;;: 0
proved, thus offering a new temp- friend of Miami, caught eigh-
t }. tation to excessive speed. And the
teen in a half day ranging from
.1 .',' number of accidents in which John two to six pounds; H. K. Sand-

., Barleycorn is a factor tends to rise ers and C. R. Crandall, of Miami __ r/

.. ,: steadily. landed eight nice fish; Hartlessand : :
r.- This doesn't mean that the auto- Dimberline, of Sebring caught :

:1; mobile accident toll cannot be reF fourteen nice bass ranging from
duced. It can be-but it is going one to five pounds all on Sunday,

to take action, not words. The in the 16th. :, : ./: -' ,<' :" ,
' ;
dividual responsibility of each mo On Monday Clayton Raulerson, -Jr ,'. ,! :- ..'
torist when he slides behind the Bert Brackinson and Jack Tilton of '
wheel of a projectile weighing a. Frostproof caught eleven ranging : f.: Yellow Pine and Cypress ''LumberMouldings .<;:;'; .

ton or two and capable of doing in weight from one and a half to

eighty home.miles Law an hour enforcement, must be musl driven -t five On pounds.Thursday W. E. Schumacher < r Z-r''f" X : ,:' ': : 'F' '". ... ; />, .' }:'<:::fi; \ :: tr!

be strengthened. The "fixer" ol f of' Sebring, L.. H. 'Behner and Her- : ; } .
traffic violations must be elimin. bert Behner, of Orwell, Ohio, .
ated. It must be realized that driving caught nine fish in two Hours ranging '
a car on 'the public highway is:; from one and a half to four Sash Doors Lime Plaster Cement

a privilege, not a right to be abus,- pounds and on the same day C. ,

ed-and license laws must be mor e P. Sandusky, Herb Waldron and .
.'. W. 'L. Holmes of Arcadia caught
IS. stringent. Finally, there must 'b<
::-: swift and sure punishment for thi ee nineteen bass Including two weighing -
:1-' reckless or drunken driver. about five pounds.

There graves are several in this hundred country thousand tha t- Brick Sand ]Rock Roofing Nails & PaintsPhone
May Sleep Too Long ,
constitute mute testimony to ou r
"De man dat sits aroun' waitIn'
4. past laxity in controlling the auto 1foh opportunities," said Uncle Ebert "
mobile. Unless public deman d "is mighty liable to doze off an' note

; forces a change, you may fill on recognize 'em." -. ,' ...- .
of the thousands of new grave sbe -

.'-; that, figuratively speaking, will Schubert Composer at 16 "' y" .;, q, '::;" ;1< '

dug by motorists in the years t o Franz Schubert began composingat : :' .
,. "
J t come.-Industrial New : the age of sixteen and had written .,- .' '.: .'
[ : : '' '
\ 600 pieces by the time he was -" 368.. ,. .::12 ) ::5 :t'' : Ckwiston Fla.
< ; .
.', I DRIVING A CAR IS A PRIVILEG E twenty-five. '.', : ,-_ ? ,
c : <;;"
" [
.. The Supreme Court of Florid la Movement of "Praying Palm" i

'1: on January 2 ruled that a driv
must stop and render assistant ce "praying palm" of the orient! isro ., .
, k 1 and give their names If they a: caused by changes in temperature. i : -- -' :-,
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paints, plastic materials printing.
Srnut Troop Holds I tition. received a sentence of 30 days in Ink, glycerin, candles and numer- "fw
jail and a fine of $100 and costs.In .
Mis. R. Y. Patterson
Attending were ous other marketable items.
Miss Jean Patterson. Mrs.E. default of the fine he will serve
ir5t' Court
:I an additional 30 days. Charles De- The Seaboard's Soybean Special
C. Mills, Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs.
with Carter, also will be parked near the Boulevard
Loach, who was
IM. Wright, Mrs. G. L. Royal, I
Scout Troop No. 23 held itt s: Mrs. G. B Rackstraw, Mrs. H. pleaded guilty to a charge of I entrance to the State Fair grounds I It9
and fined $12 or and will be open dally and evenings -
; Court of Honor last eveningsi R. Knight: Mrs. W. M. Bradnack,i drunkeness was
12 in jail as alternative. to the public. Expert lecturers
Its reorganization a few Mrs. A. O. Ward, Mrs\ B. E. Her days
I''" h p' of tho troop committee, and was driving their V-8 pick-up truck bilities and present a great arrayof ( 1 G1

O .3. Jones, member of the com- were driving on Road 164 Sunday manufactured articles produced
n' I o sf1i ted by L. C. Rosenberg, Federal Savings And afternoon two miles south of La- from soybeans. ..w QJGJ

scrrmastcr'and" i Charles Benson, I Belle, and hit a barrier, turningover
ac 1t scout nUlster'conducted Loan Ass'n Show Gain and landing in a ditch. BothI

th Court of Honor. j men were bruised about the body Notice Given VotersOf fQ m

('t arles Turner was advancedto Washington, D. C., Jan. 28.-J I while Carter suffered 5uts and
econd class scout and Bill Ow- The Federal savings and loan associations bruises on the face. Affidavits weresigned North LaBelleAll f jIQd

en was advanced to Star Scout. in Florida performed greater -.' by Deputy Sheriff H. H.

Jfe;/it badges were awarded as fol- thrift and home financing serv-;'I McCall. s
IoFirst aid' to animals, L. C. ices for their communities in 1937'i Dr. A. P. O'Bannon treated residents of the recently an- f rl

Ro nberg; Scholarship, Bill Owen; than ever before, it is shown in Carter's injuries, neither appearing nexed section of north LaBelle to
Sc'olarshtp, Francis Wright. reports for the year received today'I seriously injured. Hendry county who wish to vote
Troop meetings are being heldon by the Federal Home Land Bank --- In the coming election will be required -
Thursday evenings instead of Board. The reports cover the activ- to register with the regis-
W< Mlneda3? during basketball sea- ities of 49 associations, three of I tration clerk at the courthouse in

so'. In order that they will not them less than one year old. LaBelle as their present, registration -
co lict with practice nights4 of the Direct reduction home mortgage Tampa.-Florida has been pass- in Glades county. is null and

ten 'a. loans for construction purchase, ing up one of the most profitable void.The Stop at tn..

,'out Executive J. "A. Gaskin of reconditioning and refinancing of I crops available for prolific production I division of territory acquired -

tb<' Royal Palm Council has notified Florida homes, made these asso-.1 under sub-tropical conditions!II[ into commissioners districts and tIomt Patricia I
the local troop that he epectsto ciations, increased during the year and according to J. N. McBride,]I.voting precincts is as follows: All

visit troop meetings on the last from $15,716,006 to $25,762,768 I general agricultural agent of the i;lof j north LaBelle east of road 142

we;ek of each month. or $10,046,762. Such loans providefor Seaboard Airline Railway to a,I|and that part of street which is 312 S. E. SECOND AVENUEAll ,
National Scout Week will be ob- the monthly reduction In prin-I representative of the Florida News'I''In' front of C. C. Cook's house Is "J

served during the week of Febru- cipal and interest like rent. Service, his company is going to I'added to county commissioners district Outside Rooms With,
do something about it immediately,I[I No. 2 and voting precinct No.
ary 6-12.. The local troop plans a Assets of these associations roe: Private Lath '. '
i 12. All that part west of road 142
display of Scout handicraft which from $18,259,318 to $29,343,157, starting with an exploitation program -
will be on exhibition at some cen- an increase of $11,083,839.!> at the Florida State Fair the:I and north to center line of street in COOL, CLEAN, QUIET ,a: i
of C. C.
front Cook's house is added
final week, 31-February 5. I l
tral point in town during the en- January !
Savings are protected through i to
county commissioners district
tire .week.: Other plans for the ob- insurance up to $5,000 on each account Soybeans are the heavy revenue No. 3 and voting precinct No. 3. Overlooking Biscayne BayTwo
servance of Scout Week will be an- the Federal Savings and producers agent McBride has in II
by Legal notice of the action of blocks to Shops, Theatre and '
nounced later.Garden 'I
mind and charged with a wealthof '
Loan Insurance Corporation. I county commissioners-to this effectas Business Section. j
Federal associations:: in Floridaare convincing data he will begin of their
I meeting January 18 at
Club Plans located in Apalachicola, Bar- firing his propaganda guns at the the courthouse in LaBelle appears RATES I

: tow, Belle Glade, Bradenton, Clear- half million visitors who will swarm elsewhere in this paper.

For More Benches'i' water, Clewiston, Coral Gables,. over the State Fair agricultural ex- / $1.50 Single
i Daytona Beach, DeLand, Eustis. position this year. Securing ,the i
Fernandina, Fort Lauderdale, Fort modern air conditioned demonstration The Milk Goat .
The Garden Club, meeting at .the $2.50 Double
Myers, Fort Pierce, Gainesville, car which was developed by I The milk goat was the first of aH
home of Mrs. J. W. Ezelle
:yesterday wild
Hollywood, Homestead, Jackson- animals to become dominated
the Railroad
Pennsylvania the Seaboard _
afternoon heard a report byj i Special Family, Weekly &
ville, Kissimmee, Lake City, Lake officials have planned by man. When man was a "no- '
Mrs. H. R. Knight of the playground -, daily' Rates .'i'
mad" he drove his
I Wales, Lakeland, Leesburg, Mari- lectures and' demonstrations which of goats -
committee and decided
toj Miami Miami Beach New with him in his wanderings. I
anna, I
purchase some additional benches] they hope will start heavy produc- herd S. D. McCREARY, Proprietor ;
Smyrna, Ocala, Orlando, Palatka, supplied him with milk, meat,
tion of the in the
and otherwise improve the play- product farming 1
clothing and another much
Panama City, Punta Gorda, St. needed I
ground and park. |! areas of Florida. The rail Interestsare
Petersburg, Sanford, Sarasota, Tal- necessity water bag!
invitation!I being supported by the AmerIcan -
The Club received an
lahassee, Tampa, Tavares, Vero ,
to atend a lecture by Doctor C. S.i: Beach, West Palm Beach, Winter Soybean Association and the
Gifford, noted Everglades park au-j United States Department of Agri-
Haven, Winter Park, and Lake :
thority which is to be given in I Worth. culture.

Miami at Bayfront Park next Wednesday -] Although the soybean is strangeto

morning. native talents of Florida producers -
Drunken Driver Is
Awards were made to the win-I : ,' Agent McBride with his pala-

ners in the Christmas tree doorway ,tial demonstration car Is preparedto The Clewiston
decoration contest. Sentenced By JudgeC. bewilder agrarians with the Supply

Other routine business was trans- wealth of possibilities that the soy-

acted with Mis. 'F. M. Wright, H. Carter of Pahokee plead bean offers. Not only has it food

president, presiding.; Mrs. Wright guilty Wednesday morning to a value and is a great fertilizer but

also. read an article on awards ford charge of driving a car while under it figures in the manufacture ofl I COrnpaFyA

the best fourteen annuals develop-I I the influence of liquor before countless commercial products suchas i l .,'. ., ., .. ....w.,.. .", .. ''.
ed in 1938 in a nationwide compe- County Judge W. T.' Maddox and celluloid substitutes, glue, water .., ,',-' ',-'-"' ':

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A ............................................................................. Robert George and Bill Lock- BOBBIE SMITH: CELEBRATES6TH t
i: CATHOLIC CHURCH Vocal solo, "I Heard the Voice of
Y h hart were business visitors in West I BIRTHDAY WITH PARTY 'I Jesus Say"-Kathrjn Graham. .

:;: Personal Mention :: Palm Beach Monday. Mrs. R. N. Smith entertained a (Fr. J. F. Walsh, Pastor) "The Young People and the

(:x-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:.,:..:..:. Captain and Mrs. M. Mcuser of large group of children at her home aret's Mass Church every Sunday at St. Marg- Church"-R.Music, "I Have N. Smith.
Thursday afternoon the Clewiston, is at 8.: 30 Accepted Christ"Junior
Miss Detroit were guests Monday of Mr. celebrating a. m. On the last Choir.
Clarice Lammons spent the sixth birthday of her Bobbie. Sunday of the
and Mrs. M. E. VonMach. The visitors -
month at 10:30 a. m. Hymn by Congregation-"Lead
I were en route, to Miami fora The afternoon hours were spentin Junior choir meets each Satur- On, 0 King Eternal." ,
games on the lawn and In a
Haven wasa vacation visit. peanut hunt. Ice cream and cake day morning at 9:30: a. m. Benediction.
Adult choir meets each Wednes- Postlude-"Have Thine Own
business visitor here Monday.
to the
were served following children -
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Crochet have day evening at 8.COM3IUNITY. Way Lord."
had as. their guests recently Mr. Mr. B. E. Herring accompaniedRev.
Otto Larsen spent the week-end Vollney Robbins, Anne Elizabeth
Crochet's father and sister Cle- .
Forest C. Taylor to the
in CHURCH serv-
Prewitt, Jean Yenawine
bert Crochet and Miss Thecla Cro- Kay ices in the Lake Harbor church
I Shirley Owen, Charles Miner Royal Palm AvenueI
chet. The visitors
returned to their: last Sunday afternoon and
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McGehee were home in Jeanerette Louisiana We-1-i Harry Vaughn, Bobbie Berner, Bev- gavean
I excellent address on the general:
oly Flaniken, Richard Forest C. Taylor, Minister.
Sunday visitors in Arcadia. Knight, Ra-
I, nesday. chel Miner, Emma Jane Ezelle,I Sunday morning, January 30, at subject of community church work.
:' eleven o'clock a communion service The session of the Florida chainof
Skippy Cothern, Gene and Solon
Tom Collins of Syracuse, New Mr. and Mrs. Joe Miller drove I will be held in the Clewiston Com- Missionary Assemblies will be
Mills, Dude Smith, Patsy Meredith
York, is visiting Wilbur Goff this to Orlando Monday evening to take Johnnie Schiffli, Billy Broadfoot, munity Church and all who are interested held in Fort Myers on Thursday
week. Mrs. Richard Hooks, who went to and Friday, February 3 and 4. It
I I Joe Schroeder, W. 'D. Raines, jr., are most cordially invitedto I
be with her mother during an is hoped that a large number of
be present. The choir will furn-
Julian Smith Dolores and Jeanette
Mr.: and Mrs. George W. Sparks at the Orlando General Hospital I ish those interested in this movementwill
a of music
Smith, Carol and Jean Augur, Leonard program appropriate : I
spent the week-end in West Palm attend from
Moore, Kay Pafford and Bet- and the minister will speak on the

Beach. : I ty Carol Flaniken. (subject, "The World's Greatest Me-
!I B. M. Black and daughters, Misses morial."

Mrs. A. P. Wynn, Miss Marcia I Mary Louise and Lois, and Mr. IBIS 1 Sunday evening at 7:45 the Jun- '

Avant and Wilbur Goff were. Sun- I and Mrs. Clifford Shultz of Col- WOOD ior Choir and the Society of Christ- CHANGE RENT RECEIPTSF

day visitors in Arcadia. lege, Corner, Indiana, were guestsof You are a part of all the solitude ian Endeavor will have charge of

Rev. and Mrs. Forest C. Taylorat Which broods within the Ever- the program which will be as follows
Dennis Small, Hendry county tax the ,manse this week. glades. :

assessor of LaBelle, was transacting You scorn Prelude. "Onward Christian Sold-

business in Clewiston Thursday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Claude L. Downs The mountain with its higher altitude iers."

I and Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Hall spent .,Doxology and Invocation.
and Mrs. C. J. Lovvorn of the week-end In Miami. Mrs. Downs You love the lonely key where you Hymn, "More Like the Master."

Canal Point were visitors in Clew- remained over' for the week, while were born. I Responsive Reading.

iston Thursday afternoon.. the rest of the party returned' Sun- Above the sawrass plain you slow- Music, "Follow the Gleam,,-Junior I'I

day night. I ly fly, Choir.
1 I
Principal B. E. Herring was absent -/ Your white cloak whiter in the I Scripture Reading-Jimmy Hall

from school a few days this Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Howard of morning sun, Offertory and Announcements.L. .

week on account of illness.Mr. I Savannah ,are expected tomorrowfor The blackness of its edgings shapely BUDD PLAN

a visit with their daughter, vIe- i OUR

and Mrs. L. T. God} of In- Mrs.: Robert N. Smith and her fam- As shades with which the hammock -! B. MershonAGENT

diantown were Clewiston visitors ily. Mr. Howard associated with marsh is spun.

Tuesday.Mr. the Savannah office' of U. S. Engi- I
neers. In careless lethargy you sleep at It is as simple as it sounds,
and Mrs.' L. A. Turner spent I noon I New York Life too. All you need is a modest

. Sunday and Monday visiting friendsin Mr. and Mrs.-Harry- Turner, ac- Upon the branches of the cypress Ii I Insurance Company down is payment.Then spread over a the period balance -,
trees .
Tampa. companied by Mrs.- H. L. Delaneyof ; I repayable monthly just like
',LaBelle made a trip to Holly You haunt the still retreats, the ; ARCADIA, FLORIDA rent. No worry, no bother-
Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot and, child- wood Sunday for a visit with H. L. dark lagoon II I, and you have something to

ren, Bobby, Billy and Barbara Delaney, jr., who is a student at I And, live your days long, abandoned I! show for your money.

spent Saturday in Fort Myers. Riverside Military Academy, now ease. Whether your income is smallor
I in winter quarters in Florida. I You are the spirit of the Everglades -:I J. S. CAMPBELL large, you can find the
i' exact home for, the amount
Mrs. F. A. Flanders of Moore
You soar, then circle low. above I Jeweler & WatchmakerAll you can afford monthly. If
Haven was a visitor in Clewiston I Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Gali'ant left)i you want to build, use our
the stream;
Tuesday. Home Owners' Consultation
Monday for Baltimore where they '
You. find your Eden where the Kinds of ideas-without
I will reside ,in future. Mr. Gallant, Jewelry Repairs Service for
mangrove wades obligation. Learn now how
Miss Ulla Jacobsen spent the who has been associated with the
And snatches up the restless salt- Optical RepairsAT easily you can own your homo
week-end in Tampa visiting her office
Clewiston of U. S. Engineersfor
I tide's dream! at present: f.narable prices.
father, P. Jacobsen.D. several years, has been transferred CHRISTIAN'S BARBER SHOT'
I to the Baltimore office.
B. McCarthy of Okeechobee Is I NORGE REFRIGERATORSFurniture

spending a few days in Clewistonon '
business thisweek.. Bob and Dan Beardsley and Dick and Home t-urnishings: Clewiston Federal
I' were guests at a football ,S. Vd Ki* U> Ea
held at the Cypress Lodge PHILCO RADIOS Savings and Loan
Mrs. F. Deane Duff visited her I I I ':t' Counselor and Attorney at IM\\ '
at Port Mayacca Thursday evening.
mother, Mrs: F., Edward Bryant in I I Household Furnishings
Guests included members of the AssociationFinancial
Palm Beach this week. Hopkins Building
I Pahokee High School football Inc. 0
squad. Bob Beardsley and Dick Wednesdays and Saturdays
Mrs. Ruth B. Owens of Miami Redditt were awarded two year let- BELLE GLADE FLORIDA 0:30 to 4:00 Wf$
was a business visitor in Clewiston I
I ters. Bob has been elected alter- '
Tuesday. Mrs. Owens is district I I
nate captain of the football team
WPA vocational ,director.
for next year.ROBnINS' ;

R. W. Koonce of Kansas City,
Missouri, and W.V.. Koonce of J
Statement of
Moore Haven were Clewiston visit-

ors Saturday.Miss -
and Mrs. C. E. Robbins pn- '. 1

Eunice- Meredith returned ertained Saturday evening with a ir < :' >' .
this week after a visit of a few dinner and bridge in honor of the ;First $anf Of Clewiston tf

weeks with her sister, ,Mrs. R. H. birthday of Mrs. J. E. Beardsley.
Guests at the dinner were Mr. and 'I
Rowan in Jacksonville.Mrs.
Mrs. J. E. Beardsley and Mr. and

Ben Bolton and baby son Mrs. Joe Robbins.Mr. At the Close Business December 31 j 1937 : .

and Mrs. R. N. Smith joinedthe
were brought home Saturday from '
the Everglades Memorial Hospital players for an evening of

in Pahokee.Mr. bridge. Joe Robbins received high -, ; '.. '.. .
score prize for men and ,
and Mrs. A. O. Ward, Grace Beardsley high prize for Mrs'l "

Ward and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wat-I ; ; : \- : RESOURCES \ *:: "r \ :
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ers were Sunday visitors in Sara-IMRS. T. B. SHELLEY ; "I ; ,

sota. AT EVENING BRIDGE Loans and Discounts .....__..............__. ...................:...::,..'.$ 70,422.92
United States Government Obligations-Direct' and

Mrs. J. W. Moore, Mrs. M. J. Mrs. C. R. Cruze entertained I Fully Guaranteed. ..........................................-.__..... 68,900.00

Hirsch, Mrs. J. G. Niblack and Mrs. members of the Evening ,Bridge County and Municipal Bonds ................................_..:.__. 32480.00

W. M Bradnack were Friday visit-I Club at her home in Sagamore All Other Bonds, County School Warrants ............ 3,433.19 '

ors in West Palm Beach Court Apartments Wednesday even- Banking House Furniture and Fixtures .................... 0 5,177.84
ing.Mrs. Other Real Estate Owned .....................................:...... 6,824,01
Mr. and Mrs. Wade Hampton of Tom Shelley, holder of high Cash on Hand and Due from Banks ....:..:.................... 152,430.08
LaBelle spent Sunday in Clewiston' score, was presented with an elec-I
with their son-in-law and daughter tric mixer, Mrs. Harry Turner received -
: .,. TOTAL ........................:_:.....: ..::..........$ 339668.04.
Mr. and Mrs. Neil Williamson.Mrs. a bath set for low score .; j .
prize, and Mrs. Roy Alston, who

W. F. Nail, jr., and Miss won the cut prize, received a set of
Beth Nail spent Sunday and Mon- swizzle sUcks.Strawberry r3 ,. ;:' .

day visiting- their sister-in-law and shortcake and coffee : .

sister, Mrs. R. P. Wainwright in were served to Mrs. Shelley, Mrs. LIABILITIES ::1'- }f'? ,!.: :-s

Tampa.Mr. Turner, Mrs. Alston, Mrs. R. C. '

Nowlinc; Mrs. R. C. Wilson. Mrs.J. Capital, Stock Paid In, Common ................:...............$ 15,000,00

and Mrs. B. J. Schroederhad B. Schroeder and Mrs. Campbell Surplus Fund .................................__.........__.................. 20,000.00
their guests Sunday. Mrs.Schroeder's .
as Nail. I Undivided Profits (Less Expenses and Taxes Paid) 5,321.19: .
Mr. and Mrs. '
parents, Reserve Fund ............:........_..................................:1 ..., 16,000.00.h' : :
H. F. Johnson and her sister, Mrs. FOURTH BIRTHDAY OFjSERVED DEPOSITS 0
Fred Jost of Stuart. : '
BY LITTLE CAROL AUGUR Individual Deposits Subject to Check $ 186,695.19 .

Rev. F. C. Taylor attended a I .Savings Deposits .................................. 57.00
called meeting of the Southwest I Mrs. G. T. Augur entertained a: State County and Municipal Deposits. 96,377.65

Florida Presbytery held in the group of children at her home on I Cashier's Checks .................................. 233.01

First Presbyterian Church in Fort the government reservation Wednesday TOTAL DEPOSITS ................................................ 283,346.85 .
Myers Saturday. afternoon honoring the

fourth birthday of her daughter, TOTAL ................................................$ 339668.04 .
Miss Tillie Geiger of Miami, recreational Carol. '. ,

supervisor for the Flor-, :After several games were enjoyed .,. '>\', : -;:.' ,
Ida Works Progress Administration the children were served with = .
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was a business visitor in Clew- birthday cake, ice cream and given '

',iston Wednesday.E. I candy favors. ..: f7' :( : .. 'At'

The guest list included Bevoly >. :,, {' "...t. < We Solicit Your Account : ', --

E. Kelly has returned from and Betty Carol Flaniken, Dolores {, ;;'. . '. Peoria, Illinois and Cleveland, Ohio, Jeanette and Julian Smith, Margie! -: '. ,."

where they visited the factory of McCracken, Emma Jane Ezelle, Billy -; 't'. ....i--i' ': .;.C.. V. -PARKINSON; President E. L. STEWART, Cashier
the Caterpillar Tractor company Broadfoot, Kay Pafford, Don ':' ;:' .<,y j' .
,,and a show of road building equip- Mobley, Bobbie Smith, Glen Raines,\ -

ment. Gene Beery and Benny Prewitt. .... ".-" ,

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SCHOOL: NEWS I Children's Home Society of Florida !; ".
will hold its thirty-sixth annual

.ic J v O'Xeal _._....m.._..._..... JidiioHo meeting here Thursday January
: .'Tror "......u..._ Ass't: Editor 27, in the George Washington Ho- I ; !
Evelyn: Scliutz, Faculty Advisor
I The gathering is expected to

;,:. .:..:..f..8 8 8 ;;: :: ; : :..:::..: draw a large and distinguished assemblage -i I l s 'y I
j including in addition to
;;: School Xc\\- I the officers and members of theVoman's : I
;'ar1"gVnrren, formerly Gladys
\ Advisory Committee the I
T %ills has returned to Cleiwston '
officers and directors of the sociejty's -
live and has rejoined the sen- I II
iclass.- *.: -: ..;: 1 I three branches: at Miami, Lakeland I
and Pensacola, and staff phy-
\ few notes: from 'last Friday's
sicians, specialists, dentists and
ke.tball game: 'members of the sponsoring committee I; i I II
"he Clewiston boys gave the
of the state's sixty-seven counties -
T ; Myers boys a' very roughv I II II II
-kout. The score was 15-19 in I
Guest speakers listed on the pro- yN
f "of Fort Myers. Those on the"C
include Circuit Judge Elwyn
Alston team were Owen Winn
T 1 lOwen, LeRoy Hare, Munney\ Thomas of Fort Pierce and Con- :.I
J. Mark WIlcox of West a.
s ne and J. D. Hooker; substitutesw gressman
)'0' James "Winn, Ed VonMach,.Palni Beach.A I
Junior Waters. i board of directors will be elect F.- t I,
ed and R. V. Covington, treasurerfor
The girls also played a very goode. I ,
The score was 15-19 in favorc more than thirty "years, will t
i he visiting team. Clewiston was make his annual report. '
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i, 'resented by Gaudy Waters,1' tI
C' I 1bleen Chapman, Betty Hooks More ConstructionContinued
V let Bethea, Renee Wethington, I
Marie Robbins, Dorothy Bethea. I [

Neat week, Wednesday, Febru2 -' ( from page 1)
,> 2, a game with Boca, Grande 1; reorganized by, and since reorgani- 'CHEVROLET 85-H.R VALVE-IN-HFAD\ ENGINE i
v"1 be played played here both
zation have been under the direc-
boys and- girls Everyone "is invit-I, tion of, the present management.Since CAR THAT IS ,COMPLETE PERFECTED HYDRAULIC BRAKES 3k
cc* the admission is 10 and .251'!
c is. reorganization the propertieshave the only low-priced car GENUINE KNEE-ACTION' I
been rehabilitated; wages .. ,
7' ;Grade Monthly Honor Roll- have been 'paid that are higher with all these modern features

Janie Brantley. j! than those'paid in any other area ALL-SILENT ALL-STEEL BODIES
p Grade Monti "' Honor Roll-
supplying the American market; /.I'
TMia Ann Oslcsby, Dick Owen,!
independent cane farmers have i FISHER NO DRAFT VENTILATIONTHE .
J Hooker, Margaret VonMach, :; been paid such prices for their cane '_ 16_ .: GmdMofaetndolmen/Plae--eoneeluf/ ,
P- "tee Wethington. : Economical Monthly Poymtof" "'NfF
that those who are competent,
.. f < : A Gn.raMofort Va/u TIPTOE-MATIC CLUTCH
T th Grade Monthly Honor Roll; which includes the great majority,
'-ouise Leiter, J. D. Hooker, Mad-; have made excellent returns on CHEVROLET MOTOR DIVISION. G.araf Motor SaU Corporation, DETROIT, MICHIGAN yr
.oline Haven, On Motttr D.""X.moJtli only.
'Dick' Patterson, Florence their: capital; and costs of production -
Graham, iaxine Doty, Mtin-\ : have been reduced Below thoseof

selle Stone, Hervey}; Bourne. I any and all duty free areas. S r m r
11th Grade Monthly Honor Roll- "The opportunity is present to $>
LeRoy$Hare Billie Hooker, Bill, c ure: the unemployment situationin : e ,
Owen. George Smith,' Bernice j Florida, all that is needed is a
rie. -- Guth-I ]lifting of restrictions the production s
12th Grade Monthly Honor of our own necessities."

Betty Hooks, Dot Hare
O'Neal. Bernice

CHILDREN'S HOME SOCIETY l: Data collected Store of by History archeologists
md historians at Mesa Verde National Clewiston Motor
TO HOLD 36TH ANNUAL MEETJacksonville :
park, Colorado, seem to prove
I hat: the traces of at least ten centuries -
:.-With a record of I: ,of history of the Indians of
having provided. adoptive homes t the: southwest are preserved in the Clewiston Florida

and giving many other helpful serc i : and mounds of the rark..

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I j k ,$19,718 IS BID OF Boats On WaterwayAs board covered yacht that which this is is used a huge for sign neon]

Recorded at Moore Haven display signs. It was ninety-eight
PAUL feet in length, weighed fifty-four
1 tons and had seven in the crew. !
boat. Hendry
The this Also, on Monday the yacht, No- County ,
I .NEW LOCK HOUSESThe week through the waterway was I I dak, of Pemina, N. D. ,came thru
on Wednesday when eighteen en route to Miami. A. W. Mundy l
shrimp boats from Fernandina and was the owner and Ray Pritchard

expenditure of $19,71.8 on St. Augustine passed through en master. The boat was, forty-one Motor
the erection of three homes on the route to Morgan City, La., for the feet long and weighed twelve tons.

government reservation at Ortona I shrimp season. Seven ,of the boats(I There were four passengers aboard.

.. Locks a few miles west of Clewls-I pulled into Moore Haven shortly The Girlie B. a Tampa yacht i ..
ton, is scheduled for the immediate -I before dark and docked over night came through Tuesday to Miami. C.

future by the United States leaving again early the next morn- W. Green was the owner, and mas Sales
Engineer Department. The low bid I ing. Included in, the group, were ter of this forty-two foot cruiser Service

of Paul H. Smith, contractor of the Ocean City, Tossup, .Belle, R. weighing six tons., I

Lake Wales, has been received and I Hansen, Sonny Boy, Giace, Sea On the same day the Santa Maria
Farer, Rainbow, Nimrod, Atlantic I I
recommended by'qle Jacksonville a Trenton, N. J., yacht passed
office of Engineers. Bid recom- and Jupiter of St. Augustine and through to St. Petersburg. H. J.Bureau I
mendations for construction work Capt. Phil, Julia H. and ElizabethH. was the owner and master I .

are forwarded by the Jacksonvilleoffice of Fernandina.. The boats averaged The vessel was sixtY-four feet. Inner.,'
to the Chief of Engineers forty-five feet in length and'and weighed thirty-two tons. ---- i Complete repair service with modern
in Washington had drafts ranging from four anda II
whose office On Wednesday the Moby Dick,
contract is half to seven feet with an aver-
-,- formally awarded. age crew of four. Several of the a Canadian cruiser stopped for a
Construction 'will start immedi- boats had a few passengers: I time at the local dock before con- factory equipment.
ately upon award of the contract tinuing on eastward. This boat is ;
on a five room frame residencefor Last Thursday the yacht, Jack-o- owned by G. T. Fulford of Brock-I

the lock-tender's home and two! Bob of Miami came through en ville, Canada, and D. Dexter was ,
duplex route to Fort Myers. This boat was!I[master. There ,were
buildings, four
making provisions passengers,,
I'" for five families at Oitona I forty-two feet long, had one in I four in crew and the boat was fif Top and body r painng.an'd .

Locks in addition to the three already crew and five passengers and I I ty-three feet In length. ,
weighed ten tons. Frank Schraderwas I
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'; located there. the owner and C. Donalds I On Thursday the Orust, a Hart, I I -; '-< :; ",':' ,
'.:, / Plans for the new homes are ford, Conn., cruiser came through: painting ...
master. It made a return trip on .
,f }' very attractive and are similar to Monday of this week. en route to Daytona. J. Elmer is : ::; ,, : /" ,
';:<-:, those of other government homeson I ,the owner and the boat was under :. "< ,
the Caloosahatchee-Okeechobee Also on Thursday came the largest -the command of F. D. Woodhall. .
,1 i vessel to dock at the local, .. < -
project. It was a thirty-footer, weight five 'oj... .
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dock, the Siesta, a ninety-nine foot -'
The duplex apartments will each][!cruising houseboat, Atlantic c City. tons. Service to all makes of cars.
contain a living-room, bed-room, '
This boat went o"n to Fort Myers
bath, kitchen and WHITEHURST SETS
dining nook. BAIL
next, day and, returned here Mon
Mr. Smith was also FOR MORRIS DAVIS
on the construction of contractor,1,ov-er

homes on the government reservation heavy wind on the lake and left At a hearing Wednesday after-

in Clewiston.Beardsley early Wednesday morning.: It Is noon in circuit court 'in LaBelle on

I owned by L. H. White and Joel habeas corpus ,proceedings in -
Winner Van Sant was in command. There which Judge W. D. -Bell .of Arcadia "

7". I were seven members. of the crew I sought to admit to'- 'bail' Morris ALL WORK .
'., Of Spelling Bee and five passengers. The boat I Davis, who is being held on a war- 1 :
weighed 113 tons. rant charging first degree mur- "
der, Judge George W. Whitehurst : /: :,< '
',. ,"" '.: On Friday a no name cruisernumbered fixed bail at. $10,000 after State .- ;=: GUARANTEEDHENDRY :
Jim Beardsley was winner of the 18A240 came throughen
Attorney Roy D. Stubbs of Fort ...
route to Fort from r- "
Myers Fer
:; -' spelling match which
Myers decided not to
submit at this
nandina. A. J. Mills the
provided amusement and chagrinfor was own .
: time
testimony of state I
. members'of the Clewiston' Ki- er and Ben Sobraski the master.It witnesses
taken at
/ a hearing December 28
was a thirty-eight foot boat. j
wanis Club's regular weekly meet- J Davis is
being held
ing Wednesday evening at The Bar- On the same day the following the
fatal shooting of
I wife, Mildred,, '
racks. a New York yacht val-1\rar"1
Christmas night af his home here, -
New York through, COUNTY
Teams chosen Davis told
were by W. Deputy Sheriff H. H. ,
by the Val-lines, Inc., it'was
Lawrence and A. W. Sias, captains. commanded McCall at the time that the shooting ,
I by L. Daisey. A
The first word downed both cap- thirty-one was an accident, while Dr. A. .
tains and from then on, the match ton vessel with seven foot draft. P. O'Bannon testified the following .
Saturday the schooner Hero, of
was alternately serious and hilari- day at the inquest that Mrs. Davis MOTORSi
ous. R. N. Smith acted as professor Tampa ,came through en route to told him, "it was no accident. Morris
and his selection of words was Fort Pierce., Owned by the Manhattan : shot me." '. ,
Fish Company with G. E. ,
such that Deputy Sheriff -
many members felt their McCall signed '
: knowledge failed them in time of Haines as master. Twenty-two tons, 1 the warrant charging Davis with :, '
need. forty-six feet long with seven in first 'degree murder, on which he Phone ,; : Clewistori
.crew. A deep draft vessel. .
,The first 100-foot yacht of the is LaBelle.being Judge held at Bell the county jail at : ::.::. .' ; -,:, ,j:' ,
NEW ENGINEERS ARRIVE assisted by At 393 Fia.
season passed through here Sun
I torney H. A. Rider have been -retained -. .
day, the Sea Play of New York to defend Davis.
New men who have been addedto en route to Fort Myers. This pal- Ir,
the office force at the U. S. atial vessel carried a crew of nine

Engineers office here this week in- and had two passengers. It weighed Milan Colder Than Iceland '

.'f \. elude James U. Owens, and Rein- 160 tons. Owned by G. W. Iceland has a higher average winter -
hard Jaren. Mr. Owens, a drafts Codrington and commanded by temperature along the southern j(

man, comes from Washington, D. Capt. ;P. Pederson.. part than does Milan Italy. j I
C., and Mr. Jaren, engineer .
a junior Following close behind the Sea I

;.' '. from Seattle. Play was a Philadelphia yacht, Pilgrim ------ ----- --------------------------- ------------- --r.
The local office is rushing; II, going west. This was a
through plans for the proposed St. ninety-three foot boat owned by
Lucie lock construction, in order W. M. Elkins with N. Weeks as
that there may be no delay in ad master. There were eight in the :
vertising for the project when the crew, four passengers and the boat / ., '. -'
Congress provides funds for the weighed 107 tons. Your Next : : ;: : :

Rivers and Harbors budget which On Monday curiosity was aroused -'s :: 'i ,

has been presented to that body by a strange boat which went : ; .
'. by the War Department. through the waterway toward Fort .
" I Myers. This was the Desire, a Detroit ,

:';: READ THE ADVERTISEMENTS I by L.yacht F. R.owned Bellows.and It commanded I : '. ) D.
was dis- :. ,- Cocktail P t
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k' assessing real estate, personal" and, intangible property for the year .;%' ;. .:;' Your guests deserve the best and. *we can. supply them. :: ., ,'

;_ 1038. Please meet. me with .t'y '
a correct description of all property .. ... '
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owned by you or as agent. If you are entitled to a widow's or .. ,I .
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exemption, you must apply for same. .t.

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|:;:. Clewiston, Jan. 27th J 10:00 a. m. City Hall a y: .

:_:: LaBelle, in office after Jan. 29th. :;: ;: -"

:A V )j Clewiston Beer Parlor '

't X Your Co-operation Will Be Appreciated :i:. ,

5' :L Dennis Small : .".. ,t. : :

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