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: August 7, 1931
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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THE CLEWISTON NEWS Wherelndustryand

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SEPIEMBER15THSET 'Commissioners Name PlANS PROGRESS Claims 1925 Taxes COUNTY

Banks of Clewiston, Assessed IllegallyW. fUNDS G GAIN

#I E. Poole and P. E. Sellers, of fROM REVENUE lAWS

I Tasmania, and the Riverside Farm
First Bank of Clewiston and
Association, inc., and Z. Russ,of
the Bank of LaBelle were 'named

Langford Named To Head official county depositories at a Present Operations of Com- Arcadia ting timber, were from restrained certain from lands cut-in Hendry County Gains in
meeting of the county commissioners -
Clewiston School; at LaBelle this week. pany Not Costing. Glades county by a temporary inJunction Reallocation of
issued in circuit court
Nine"Months Term Under with the two Receivers
agreement this week on petition of Mrs. Eliz- Gas Tax

banks all 'county funds placed on abeth DeVane, of Bethayres, Penn-
deposit will draw 1 1-2 per cent interest .
W sylvania.Mrs.
Clewiston schools. will open on on average daily balances.The Steady progress 'is being madeon That Representative Elbert L.

September 14th, it was announced county funds are'' divided be, the reorganization the Southern DeVane's counsel states Stewart, of Clewiston, proved of
that she is of the lands and
by Dave G. Alston, local memberof tween the LaBelle bank and the Sugar Company; according to owner real value to Hendry county in the
school board. "We are expec- First Bank of Clewiston.The reports received from those in that Poole and Sellers acquired title three sessions of the legislaturewas

ting to have; ;.''a nine month term board of county commissioners charge of the reorganization plans. to the land through purchase of made known this week when.a
tax certificate and then leased
this year and'will operate the colored sitting as,an equalization board With thousands stock holders survey was made of the represen-
the land to the Farm Associationand
schoola full eight month term Wednesday were presented with scattered all'over the United States tative's activities at the capitol.Mr. .
to Mr. Russ. The counsel alleges -
for the first:time in its history," only one complaint as to tax as and hundreds of these having mov- Stewart was:: instrumental in
.,' that this certificate is invalidon
stated .Mr. Alston. sessment., H. A. Rider presenteda ed from their last address, it ,has the grounds that the assess- gaining much important legisla-
'- All teachers have been selectedfor : request asking the boardtc been a great problem to reach tion that will mean an increasein
ments of the county for the fiscal
the term beginning in September. reduce assessment on a piece of every one and get; their stock amounts the county will receive
.. :rears 1925 and 1926 were invalid.It .
M. T. Langford, from Lake property listed on the tax books at transferred into the new company. from various state funds.
that the
was county com-
; Butler, will head the ,Clewiston $250. After hearing the evidencethe When this work was started, it was missioners of Glades county failedto As a member of the appropriations -

.. school, with Mirs Jaynet. Morgan board reduced the assessmentto not realized at that time, just whata comply with the law governingthe committee he worked for and
and Miss Hazel Grace task it would develop into before
Mary $200. budget and the levy, and that suceeding in passing a reduction in
Junior High School teachers. Mrs.C. .. ... the plans were worked out to the the, levy was made through theboard's the state's expenditure of approxi-
W. Pruitt Miss Jayme Williams satisfaction of all. concerned.
mately two million dollars.
State To Maintain resolution with counsel alleges ,
Miss Sarah Green and Miss Eliza-
Judge Whitehurst is working
failure determine the total From the re-allocation of the
beth est will compose the lower Indian Prairie RoadThe hand in hand with the reorganization -
... amount of taxes to be raised and gasoline tax Hendry county will
".g. -- grade teachers. manager, and froni all reports the aggregate millage to be levied. gain about $73.000 in revenues

All high school pupils will be from Fort Myers he is not pushing Irom the state government. Under
The ,
injunction granted
Indian Prai- was by
road from the
transported to the High School at those ,in charge but is ,allowing the new system, Mr. Stewart pointed -
rie Canal to Main's corner has been Circuit Judge Barker, who is act-
LaBelle, Bill Allen was awarded them all the necessary time to.com out, Hendry county will receive
in this circuit
taken the state for main- ing judicial duringthe
over by
contract,.for carrying the pupils of plete their plans and save the sugar vacation of Circuit Judge $91,000, whereas under the pre-
from Clewiston to LaBelle. Mr. tenance, according to statement industry for the Everglades.The .
vious method of distribution the ,:
Whitehurst who is
E. C. DeGarmo, division maintenance a -
Allen's bid,.as accepted was $100.00per engineer of the state road de- operations of the Sugar com- short time at Hot Springs.The county only received an annual income -
month at the time is not of '
present 18000.
pany ..
partment. Mr. DeGarmo, whose validity of the tax assess-
'Mrs. J. N. Smith was the low bidI I costing the receivers one cent. All Under the automobile license
headquarters are in West Palm ment will be decided later if the
der for operating the Hooker Point funds now on hand are being kept fund the county school fund will
Beach, was in Moore Haven this hearing makes the injunction per-
bus that brings the children to the intact by the Receivers for the ben- receive approximately $91,000.- In
week for the purpose of informing manent.
Clewiston school from that efit of the creditors. Those in
point.Dr. the past the license fund only net-
county officials of the state's ac
The tax certificates
purchased by ,
E. W. Ezelle, local trustee, charge of the reorganization are ted the county $t ,OOO annually. '
Poole and Sellers stated that the
has been working with, Mr. Alston tion.The putting up the necessary cash to :r
Through Mr. Stewart's efforts
road department already has lands "were assessed at the date
the .
in selecting the teachers for the keep company operating.It
the state road department assumed
a maintenance crew in Moor Ha- of issuance of the certificate in the
r. Clewiston: school.,, ,Both, the trustee ven, which looks after the upkeepof is 'understood that the reor- name of Unknown. maintenance of the highway from .;:'

,;. '. and'the local-, :chool board mem the road from Main's Corner to ganization is putting up the LaBelle to Everglades. The county .-'

ber.are to be congratulated on their LaBelle and of, the unpaved por- necessary cash to put the road and bridge fund will be saved '.
wise selection of teachers to fill the the ash to the State News Review .
tion of the road recently designated j up necessary put I a considerable sum each year in :

:j. local positions in the ,Clewiston. as the Joe Peeples Highway, equipment in good shape for the :She upkeep of this link of the :

,);. schools. which is to be extended from beginning of the harvest season. Seven-Cent Gas Tax: Is state's highway system. 'J I

:; With the. eleventh ,and twelfth Main's Corner through Moore Haven With ideal weather for growingcane Highest In United States Hendry county's representative

i(1. grade pupils attending the LaBelle to connect with the .Palm the cane fields have never was a member of the 'following

.i-'', school and all ''attention given to Beach-Fort Myers Highway.The looked any better at this season of Florida motorists are now paying committees during the legislative

the Junior High, the school this ,state ,road department keepsin the year. This has been one of the 7 cents per gallon gasoline tax, s essions; Appropriations, Banks

year ,should be placed on the state the- driest summers ever recorded' in the highest in the United States. and Loans, Canals and Drainage,
. as goodsh.ap as possible, .
g' into effect Au-
The tax went
:', accredited list. the'Glades.l wcve'rsuf cienU rain _new
:,. ... county roads which it has taken, -.r Game.Livestock: and Fisheries. .. ,
over for maintenance. These rock has fallen to keep the cane growingand gust first, and is expected to yield

roads are and the give the field men ample timeto $2,250,000 a year for; the eneral

-- SIX SUSPECTS JAILED bridges are kept kept scraped in good repair. keep fertilized.the grass down and the. effect revenue until fund.July The 1, 1933.tax will ce in CONTRACTORS SEE SITE

Ag. Wood is foreman of the main- cane
Comptorller Amos has stated

l. i IN LABELLE ROBBERY tenance. M. Boggan crew here.J. ,";.inspector.'. who has. crop From will all be indications one of the this finest year's ever a that"life-saver'the seven to cent the'tax state's would general prove WITH VIEW TO BIDDING ;:

grown in the Glades.
been in and near Moore Haven for fund.

several months on state road con- During the next thirty days work

:' .' struction on the "Lake Shore ir expected to be started on the 1
Sheriff Believes Bandit Publix Sells Nine Florida Theatres
: Gang
Bids For First Government
: Road", has received instructions to mill and the field equipment. Men

; .; > Captured; $6,000 Loot make the location surveys on this are returning from their vacationsand Nine Florida theatres, owned by Work} to Be Opened
, '_ road. This survey will clear up all are ready to start putting this the Publix Theatres Corporation,
!' Not RecoveredSix in first class conditionfor were sold this week for $2,000,000.The Sept. 15. '
,doubts as to the' exact route of the equipment j
road, and will make it possible for one of the largest cane crops purchasing firm is the Consol- .
in the Glades. idated Theatres, Inc., of Florida. --
farmers and cattlemen on the routeto ever grown
have Been arrested by' The transfer included five theatresin
Preparing to file bids for the
know where to erect fences so Reports that have been circula-
Sheriff H. L. Delaney, of Henry in Lakeland and two
: Tampa, two first part of the government's $9-
they will not lie in the path of the ted in the Glades to the effect that
county, as suspects in the robberyof in Daytona. The Consolidated flood control and naviga-
road .
grade.COMMISSION the Company has not been able to .
the Bank of LaBelle, which occurred Theatres now owns 61 theatres in tion project, H. M., Davidson, of
meet their pay rolls, are unfounded.
Friday afternoon, when two the state. Milwaukee, D. B. Graze, of*Jacksonville -
has been
RE-ELECTS Every payroll
.., bandits entered the bank, trussed and G. L. Lilliard, .of
and all bills have been
the cashier and bookeeper and The well Man Who Stole Food Gains Memphis, were in Clewiston this
paid. commissarys are
escaped with :$0000 in'cash, a pack- view of
Pardon From State Board' week making a preliminary
stocked and all of the
Following the reelection of Mayor practically
age of travelers checks and a municipal -
bond. Smith as city commissioner in day laborers are at work. J. D. Tant, of Volusia county, the dike site.
Bids for the work were advertised -
the election last week, the commission The reorganization intends who was sentenced to six months in
The men arrested were Dan group for from the Jacksonville office --
Blount, T. P. Mercer, Jim Amos, ; at its regular meeting Tues- to carry the sugar company prison for stealing food from a of Col. I... V. Frazier, United States
day night, completed its reorgani- until 'have the grocery store for his family, received -
they completed
Junior Blount, R. E. Savage ,and reor- district engineer. The bids will be
Ray Dreblo.- The sheriff stated zation which occurs each year after ganization and actually taken over a pardon this week from the 15.
state board of One of the opened, September
election. the of the pardons.
however, that Dreblo had established properties Company.This The of $400,000 has been
The same commissioners hold is to be done before petitioners for the pardon was the I sum
the fact that he was 'not con- expected for the immediate con-
their respective positions, G. J. L. the owner of the store from which the provided
nected with the crime. All the men, grinding season gets way struction of seven miles of levees
except the Blounts, live in Wau- Smith as mayor and L. J. Pape as sometime in December. food was taken. Tant, who plead of channel in
chula. city manager. guilty at the trial, said he had been and dredging a ship
the lake between Clewiston
/ and had been
long unemployed unable -
A. L. Taylor, cashier, and Mrs. PALM BEACH MAN SURPRISED Moore Haven.
Lucile Small, were forced at the Crate Mill Opens With AT ENORMOUS CANE FIELDS to earn any money for months, The government is already at
and that he stole the food for his
Force Of 275, At Nocatee
point of a pistol, .enter, the vault work on the project, and crews
:"': and lie down on the floor. They Gaining his first view of the gigantic family. from the federal office at Clewis-

'fh/ were tied securely and adhesive Employing approximately' 275 cane fields of' the Southern ton are progressing rapidly to com-

T tape placed over their mouths. The men the Nocatee crate, mill, near Sugar company, R. A.' Whitaker, Special Train of Autos To plete their part of the'work before

: robbers,then scooped up the money Arcadia, resumed operation this circulation manager of the Palm Florida Indicates ProsperityA contractors are awarded contractfor

methodically and left in an old' week 'after being closed down dur- Beach Times was in Clewiston this special train of 72 cars pull- building the levess.

Ij Model "T" Ford, which they had to ing July for the annual repair and week. Mr. Whitaker expressed his ed into Tampa this week from Detroit Work of clearing the Caloosahatchee -

crank by hand. The car was later 'renovation of machinery and'equip- surprise to see the cane growing bearing a solid train load of river in order to provide for

fi. found burning in the woods nearby. ment. 10,000 fruit and vegetables along the road for miles."I new autos for the Tampa trade the entrance of dredges and other
Sheriff Delaney he has all containers a day are produced by It said to be of
says realized that this is a gigantic territory. was one machinery is progressing daily. '
I: __ the men he is seeking in connectionwith the mill, which has a monthly payroll proposition," Mr. Whitaker said, the largest shipments out of De- Three,dredges are at work between

the crime. Jim Blount, because of $30,000. "But it did not occur to me that I troit in a long time. The cars:; were Moore Haven and LaBelle wideningthe

\\1 of the crowded condition of would see cane growing all the way all Plymouths, and the train bear- Caloosahatchee. One of the

the LaBelle jail, was brought to Leo Stalnaker Barred From from Belle Grade to Clewiston and ing them was brought into the largest drag lines ever to operate
Moore Haven Tuesday and held Law Practice For One Year beyond." tate over'the Seaboard whose offi- m the Everglades is working night

here Tuesday night. Wednesday cials stated that the train made al-' and day to build an experimentallevee

," arrangements were made to return Leo Stalnaker, Tampa, attorney, You and your friends are cordi- most passenger!' schedule over the near the lake between Moore:

him to Hendry county. whose campaigns for reforms sev- ally invited to be present at the entire trip. Haven and Clewiston.

,J The bank's funds have not been eral months ago kept him in they opening of, St. Margaret's Church, ..

recovered, and officials of the institution public eye, has been barred from Clewiston, Florida, on Sunday, Elks Given Hotel, For KEN: MAYNARD'S SONGA

J ... said the loss :was fully legal practice in the state for a August 16, 1931, at 10 a. m.' Children's Hospital
v covered. by insurance. period of one Stalnaker A. for childrenof the fighting, rip-
rafi .. year. was Blessing of the new church, high hospital crippled song sung by
1 convicted of borrowing money from mass, and benediction.Rev. Florida, was given to the Elks roaring, men of the old west is

ti POSTMASTER RETURNS the estate of a young girl in viola- Francis J. ,Finnegan, ,Pastor. of the state this week by E. C. heard in "The Fighting Legion,"

tion of the law. Stalnaker may .. Miller, of Eustis, Florida. The Universal-Ken Maynard release,
Postmaster A. W. Lawrence returned avoid the year's disbarment by Australian pines can \be propa- building is an unused $250,000 ho- which opens Saturday at the "Prince

r j Wednesday from a brief va- paying the $9,000 borrowed from gated by removing the seed from tel of 100 rooms and is located on Theatre. The song is sung in the

,', cation spent in Minnesota, his former the estate to the guardian of the the cones and planting them in a lake. near Umatilla. Five acres picture by three. unique characters

; home. Mr. Lawrence express- girl, Florine Brandon. sand in small shallow boxes and of land on which the hotel. standswas known as the "Hook brothers," who
', ,,E
i '.. ,iston where the breezes across!: lake Mount Dora.-Florida Gas com- I planting boxes should be well The Florida Elks have decided is one of the almost forgotten bal-

Okeechobee prevent the abnormal pany laying pipe for commercial drained, and the sand should be upon the objective of aiding 6000 lads of the old west which Maynard

heat found in the west. gas here. kept moist. crippled children this year. makes a hobby of collecting. _


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THE CLEWISTON NEWS Prizes Offeredat Tinkering Will Farmers See Much Gaynor and Farrell __

Published every Friday in Clewis- Jacksonville Alter the Effect of On Recent Taylor Mutual FavoritesAsked

ton NEWS, Florida, Inc., by THE CLEWISTON Beach Carnival Supply-and DemandThe County Farm Tour

point blank the name of
second class matter,
as Jacksonville 5. One thou- law of and demand her favorite actor Janet
at the Post Office at Aug. supply About 250 Taylor county farmers screen ,
1 1927
Feb Florida, under the Act. sand Georgia Peaches and Florida cannot be repealed but its effect and business men recently followed Gaynor promptly answered., "Char- ( .
Clewiston March ,3 1897.A Sunshine Queens are expected to can be materially altered by tinker- County Agent R. S. Dennison les Fan ell." Similarly, Farrell :
of compete for the title of "Miss ing with "supply" on the one hand 'a tour to 12 farms in the county names Miss Gaynor as his favorite

Newspaper devoted to the Best I Southeast" and $275.00 in prizesat and with "demand" on the other, where better farming demonstra- actress. ,

Interests of Hendry' County, Flor- the :Mid-Summer Inter-State Paul S. Armstrong, assistant gen- tions are being carried on. They Which probably accounts for the
ida. Its Leading Newspaper. Beach Carnival to be held at Jack eral manager of the California saw demonstrations showing corn fact that they are regarded' the
sonville Beach on Saturday and Fruit Growers Exchange, told the following cover crops to be twice as most perfect screen pair' ever
Subscription Rate __$2.00 per year Sunday, Aug. 15 and 16. American Institute of Cooperationat good as check plots, improved cane brought together. Each has a
Outside of State of Florida __$2.50 The carnival is being sponsoredby its annual meeting in Kansas, varieties, the advantages of grade wholesome respect for the other as

Advertising rates furnished on the Edward C. DeSaussure Post according to the Sealdsweet Chron- cattle over scrubs, and many other a performer.

application.' No.9, American Legion, of this icle. business-like proofs of the better But both have very decided ideas
city. The principal features of the The experience of the citrus cooperative methods of farming.As about being teamed together too
Business Office, Clewiston News, mid-summer event include a Style was called for in a study stated by A. D. Poppell, often.
Clewiston, Florida., Editorial and Show and Revue with a Model by the Institute of the "Lessons farmer and county commissioner,
."It's not for either of
Advertising same. contest in which girls from Legion from the Merchandising Problemsof "We saw where cover crops were good us",
nor is it good for our pictures: ,
Telephone 339 Posts in Georgia and Florida will Older Co-operatives." doubling and even tripling the,yieldof
compete; an Open Class Bathing The California Fruit Growers- corn. In one of the demonstra- says Janet, emphatically. I'd

OUR PARTING MESSAGE Beauty contest in which any,young Exchange has been tinkering assiduously tions corn following a good crop of rather play opposite Charles than ,
lady over 16 years old in Georgiaand on both of the factors, sup. vetch was 50 percent better than any other actor. There is a bond
With the entire mechanical Florida may enter with $275.00in ply and demand, for many years, corn on a check plot which had had of sympathy and friendship between -
equipment of the Clewiston News, Costume Mr. related. Since 1907 us but I think studio executives -
prizes; a Junior Armstrong six' two-horse wagon loads of
loaded in box cars and headed for the has had consistent are wise m not teaming us
five organization
Parade for children from yearsto a manure instead of the vetch. An-
Panama City, the ownership of the 16 years; a miniature golf tour- advertising program, investingover other thing we farmers should taketo together" more than once or twicea

News passes into new hands. nament to determine the champion- 1 13,000,000 to increase demand heart is improved implements.On year.
The Clewiston News is not an infant ship of Georgia-Florida and danc- he explained., On the other one of the farms visited one Farrell feels the same way aboutit

having over three years of ing each evening on the pier. hand, it has given equal attentionto man and two mules were tending and explains it in this manner

steady growth under the most pros- The board walk attractions composed more orderly distribution. 80 acres, almost entirely with rid- "The more actresses I play opposite -

perous conditions that have ever of more than 40 amusement Commenting upon this season's ing machinery. His crops were a in my pictures, the more experience ,
laced a newspaper. features will be in full swing to experience with a record crop, Mr. little better than the average, and i I gain. 'I think if any two 'd
The:first publication of the News assist in entertaining the visitors Armstrong pointed out that thoughthe his cost of production much lower. people constantly appear together :;

found a ready place among the peo- from the two states. Legion Postsare growers' returns were little We also saw demonstrations prov- in pictures they arc apt to get into ,. ,
ple ,of Hendry county and filled a organizing delegations to meetin above the cost of production, the ing that peanuts should be planted a rut and will soon be giving ster- '

long wanted need. We are grate- this inter-state summer gather consuming capacity shown by the about jwice; as close as we usually eotyped performances."From .

ful to our many friends and custo- ing, which from advance indications country was gratifying and gave plant them. Another important every new leading lady I .
mers for the liberal patronage giv- promises to vie with the 4th of renewed confidence. Sales of citrusin demonstration was a herd of half- learn something about the art of
en,us during the publication of the this country to date totaled more breed Angus calves. They were
July and Labor Day crowds at the acting. I know the ''same is true
News. seaside resort. than 130,000 cars, already exceed- born in March, but were larger and with Jam-t." -"'
Our success, whatever it may be ing the volume of any previous looked much better than scrubs on {
is, due to our friends, and the Full information regarding con- year by 8,000 cars, he said. Cali- the same place born in December.We This famous team of screen
tests and carnival events may be sweethearts is again united for the
friends of the News. We have done
fornia still has several months of could easily see that their wide
and this is all that obtained by addressing Chas. E. first time in nearly a year in RaoulWalsh's
best basks
our can the season to go. and heavy quarters would
Harris director at 411 Consolidated
Fox Movietone productionof
be asked. In leaving Hendry give a greater percent of good beef,
Jacksonville. The ,,
building, "The Man Who Came Back, .
country we feel that we are leaving Farmers' Week the kind that sells for a fair price :"
American Legion of
which Sunday'and Mondayto
behind some of the best friends we when the scrub stuff goes! begging." comes
extends cordial invitation to the ;
a the Prince Theatre.
have had. The memories of Plans Interest .
The thing that most impressed
Florida 'the '
citizens of to enjoy
the past three years will alwaysbe 'week-end with the Georgia visitorson Florida WomenThe Clarence Dorman, 4-H club boy, This is only the sixth picture in ,,
looked back by us with joy. which Miss Gaynor and Farrell
upon this occasion.The Legion slogan was that it didn't take medicine to
Our associations with the fine have been paired, although their
peo- is "Be Here or Be Sorry." keep pigs free of worms if theyare
ple of Clewiston and Hendry coun annual meeting of the State grown by the sanitation sys- first association in "7th Heaven"dates

tyhave given us a great joy. You Council df Senior Home Demon tem. lIe saw a group of 40 pigs back nearly four years. ':

people have been kind to us, and RURAL COMMON SENSEBy stration Workers and four days of grown the sanitation way which Their other pictures were "Street
though we have not always agreed, By Spuds Johnson practical talks and demonstrationsfor were about twice the size of pigs Angel," "Lucky Star," "Sunny Side
have tried our best to carry on and Florida home makers are sched- the same age raised the old way. Up" and "High Society Blues." \

point out the things we thought uled on the home economics pro- lIe was also much impressed with Since then Miss Gaynor has been
best for our county. gram for Farmers' Week, to be the extra profits some of the farm- taking an extended vacation, while
In passing, from among our past VALUE TO FARMERS held at the University at Gaines- ers were getting by growing early Farrell has starred in "Liliom" "
associations we feel that it is but AND 3US/NESS MEN ville Aug. 10 to 14. The welcoming fattening feeds and marketingtheir with Rose Hobart as his leading '

fitting that we express our deep address will come at 11 o'clock hogs in early fall. lady and "The Princess and the .

appreciations to Mr. B. G. Dahl- Stealing come other person's Monday''morning, Aug. 10, and a Mayor C. L. Brandon, of Perry, Plumber," in which Maureen O'Sul- -t
berg for his many kind words of thunder sometimes gets one in, complete tour of the College of stated in a recent radio address livan played opposite him. :

encouragement. The people of the trouble. However, among farmersthe Agriculture and Experiment Sta- that business men are also inter- "The Man Who Came Back" is

Everglades owe Mr. Dahlberg a practice is rather to be en- tion farms will follow in the after- ested in farm tours, since most of regarded as the strongest picturein
great debt. Some day a monumentwill couraged. So when you get a noon. A number of other general them deal with farmers or would which Miss Gaynor and Farrell
be erected to him and his chance to go on a tour to see what features for both men and women like to retire on a farm. ever have appeared. It is a roman-
ideals,for the higher things in life. other farmers are doing, by all have been planned.The tic drama with regeneration as the

We hope that this will be done dur- means grab the chance. No matter home economics program Florida Weekly main theme1. ,

inghis: life time so that he can see whether the farmers are in your will feature general sessions each Others prominent in the cast include '

that his faith in the Evergladesand own county or in some other partof morning, and special sections in Industrial ReviewThe Kenneth :MacKenna, William .
its people was well founded.As the state or even in another and food conservation
Holden, Mary Forbes, Ulrich Haupt
we' take our new home in state.I .
up home improvement nutrition
William Worthington 'and Peter
foreign fields we shall always remember may (and do) think that I am a clothing, basketry, rug making, following, 'rerd of indus- Gawlhorne.
I you, and your success will pretty good farmer. Yet I can and weaving' on Tuesday, Wednes- trial activity lists items showing 1
be our Joy. We only hope that as nearly always pick up some splen-, day and Thursday afternoons.The investment of capital, employmentof
I time passes we might have the opportunity did ideas by looking over the work will labor and business activities and Fish Dealers AgreeOn
programs open
4- to meet again and with being done on other farms. AndI with and close opportunities. Information from Season's Prices
community singing' ,
I : this meeting renew: old acquaintances haven't hint the other farmers by which the paragraphs are preparedis
with a period of music appreciation. :;,+
that have brought Joy to us for stealing their thunder. from local papers, usually of
Home health
making, personal
these past few towns mentioned, and may be con- Wholesale fish dealers of Moore
years. And business men, too, ought to and appearance, and the use of
Mr. Lovvorn who has had sidered generally correct. Haven and Okeechobee held
years be interested in making farm toursin leisure time will be the topics Tues- a
of experience in the newspaper their counties. They can obtain day morning. Wednesday morning, Clermont.-M. A. Burnell opened meeting here Wednesday to draft
field will be in direct charge of the and maintain closer contacts with making the home attractive, con- shop for musical supplies. plans for the coming fish ,season ;

publication of the News. We know the farmers whose business or venient, and sanitary, providingfood Frostproof.-Packing plant to be which opens on September first.

that he' is capable of carrying' on, trade they hope to get or to keep. through poultry, gardening, opened here in fall. Due to the drop in cost of living

and with the same cooperation that They can become more familiar and dairying, and increasing the Kenansville.-State Road No. 29 and in prices of other commodities,

you have given us he will give you with the problems facing farmers, family budget will be discussed.The being cleared and graded from the fish dealers have found that
all that' he possesses to make the' and thus will be more sympathetic.And speakers Thursday morning here to pavement above Ft. Drum. fish will be sold at a lower price

News a real live newspaper reflecting then, someday they may wantto will talk mostly on community im- Starke.-Will of late J.V.. Alvarez this year than previous years, and
the spirit of the community retire to the farm, and they will provement. Friday morning the makes provision for library the resulting market conditions will

-- and its residents." be in a better position to make a State Council will meet. at corner of Walnut and Jefferson be bad. All dealers agreed on a

(Signed) go of farming. At the different afternoon sec- streets. common price to be paid fishermenfor
LOUIS A. MORGAN. The Sarasota.-Plans to their catches delivered to the
county agent recently con- tions practical demonstrations' and underway '
.. .. ducted of farmers and establish co-operative' fish docks.
a group us short talks by' successful home creamery
THE NEWS CARRIES ON business men on a tour of someof makers and specialists., will be here. J. J. Hendry and sons, of Okee-

the demonstrations being conductedon made. One of the sections will be Bowling Green-J.-P. Co., buyersand chobcen, were the only out-of-town
With this issue Louis A. Morgan, farms in the county. We saw devoted to cooking and canning shippers of. frogs, established. dealers attending, and all Moore

, who, for the past three years has that corn following winter cover demonstrations. In another, ,cheap branch here. Haven dealers were present, and

published the Clewiston News, bids crops makes a much better yield ways for improving the home! will Plant City-Playground on West entered into the agreement.

the Everglades section farewell. than corn growing where no winter' be featured. In the nutrition section Reynolds Street formally dedicated.

' Mr. Morgan is his cover crops were grown. We saw the speakers will get right Homestead.-Mario Lopez, who
I moving printing that peanuts planted thick in the down to planning economical and recently established cigar factoryat
plant this week to Panama City, rows with the close 508 S. Krome
rows give adequate meals as well as other ,avenue, plans en-
where he will establish a weekly prospect of returning greater yields health topics. Thrift will be the larging plant soon. ixzisyour

newspaper. The News wishes Mr. than those planted thinner.' We main idea of the clothing section. Daytona Beach.-Peabody Bowl- ygdMAKES

Morgan.well in his new venture, he saw the value of a,good bull in im- The women taking basketry, rug ing Club to erect new clubhouse.
9 is proving range cattle, because half- making, and weaving will actually Jacksonville. -Building permits
a competent man and will give breed calves were beating the make the products.A issued in Florida in June totaled -

/r; Panama City a good newspaper. scrubs all hollow. We saw thatit special day nursery has been $1,067,553, according to com-
',: Although the loss of Mr. Morganwill is possible to maintain good pas arranged to take care of the chil- pilation recently by State Chamber "

be felt, the Clewiston News tures and save on feed bills. We dren. of Commerce.
saw the results of different fertil- Ocala-State convict camp, located A -
will carry on. It will continue to izer practices, and got an idea as Dress on Road No. 19 outside city I ..
" render a complete coverage of all to which were best for our sections.We Review limits, completed and ready for oc -W hrH MR* MAN,

news events of American's new Sugar saw these and many other Follows Women's cupancy. '.

bowl, and will give its readers things of interest. Sewing School s Every man knows that he is "play- '
accurate information When the county agent says Just as the early bird gets the
concerningthe grab your hat and come along, we worm, the hog producer who hits ing safe" when he ,sends his shirts
progress of the sugar industryas are going for a farm tour, by all Following a sewing school recently the early fall market gets the
well as all other developmentsof means join the procession; whetheryou held in the western part of profits. collars and other personal linens to ,

the Everglades. The News realizes are a farmer or a businessman. Hillsborough county, 125 rural The Clewiston Laundry. They will
women, representing 16 home dem-
Auto Owners Organize.
that the of America
eyes are
onstration clubs, took part in a Florida automobile owners who come back Snow-white clean with a
_ turned with keen interest to the reclamation dress review held Miss
Melbourne.-Development of local at Tampa, under the new law have to pay 84
of the rich muck soil of Crane Creek harbor underway. Allie Lee Rush, home demonstration percent, or $21,000,000 of the total promptness that is pleasing.

the Everglades. It will carry to its Eustis.-Chas. Bray opened Cry- agent, has announced. About annual state revenue, are forminga
readers 300 women attended the school, and protective association. The new
accounts of the stal Market on corner Bay and
developments Stevens streets. 225 of them completed dresses. organization will make a vigorous CLEWISTONLAUNDRY
now going on. It
The dresses were judged according fight for the repeal or reduction of
will record inc.
as history only those Sarasota.DuckieWuckie Sand-
to workmanship, style, and the gasoline tax and auto license .
events that have happened, and will wich Shop opened under manage-, color, and separate prizes were tax. Temporary chairman is August EL PASO AVE. & SAN BONITA ST
not twist the truth by reaching out ment of A. Adkisson.
given for cotton, and silk
rayon B. Mugge with offices at the
in the thin air imagination to CLEW/STON FLORJDA
record -
Apalachicola. Remodeling of materials. dress '
The prizes were Bayview Hotel in Tampa. It is
.as facts events which have not Chapman School building progress- materials given by local dry goods planned to organize local associa-
yet transpired. ing rapidly. stores. $now- Ite.l undrY
tions in every county.

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A Washington and I Speedboats War On Bootleg "Gas" .Ii I HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES aching cover with part. flannel, and; apply_ to*

I Weekly from Home Demonstra- For Burns, Stings, etc: Another
St.. 'Rebellion"When L I lion Specialists, Tallahassee remedy for burns is, to mix equal
a : ; : parts of flour and salt, making a
: ii thick paste with cold water Bind
q this to the burn and keep damp or
Theodore Roosevelt, 26th wet with cold water. If applied at
) President of the United States, and While salt will probably always once, no blister will result. When

Grover Cleveland, 22d President, t render its chief service as a funda- rash or hives appears, bathe frequently -
used the authority of their officein mental seasoning, it possesses a with liberal salt solution in
meeting serious economic disturbances number of valuable uses for health warm water.

during their terms, there which people are only now recog- To Relieve Indigestion: Dyspepsia -
were those who questioned the nizing. Salt makes an excellent heartburn, and indigestion are
presidential power and the historic dentifrice, and has been recommended often relieved by a cup of hot waterin
precedent for such acts. But the as such by dentists and which a small spoonful of salt
power and the precedent had been physicians.For has been dissolved.For .
established by the First President, Teeth and Gums: If gums
Eye Lotion: Before retiring,
.. George Washington, who omitted are normally strong, pour salt directly try bathing weak eyes in saltwater
not even this detail from the count- on brush and rub vigorousuly. using one-half teaspoon of
less other lasting examples and Rinse mouth with salt solu- salt to each cup of water as hot
precedents he set in putting in mo- tion. Sprinkle a little salt on brush as can be borne. .
tion the machinery of our govern after using to help dry and purify
For a Quick Emetic: In case of
ment.. \...L... >" bristles. If preferred, the salt can, poisoning, a quick and effective,
The disturbance that'moved ,. be used in solution, in which case
emetic be made dissolvinga '
President to this first allow to tumblerof
Washington one tablespoon a
couple of heaping tablespoons of
test of Federal in putting water.
power warm
thl'cat.to its stabil- Philadelphia, Pa.-In an effort to put an end to the smuggling of salt in a pint of warm water. _
down a serious For Gargle and Mouth Wash:
into Pennsylvania from New Jersey and nearby states via the
the famous "Whiskey In-
ity was Salt solution is excellent for clean- Bids will be asked in future
surrection" which originated during Delaware River, the State Highway Department has put into service six ing out the nasal passages, parti- by War Department for near construc-

o his first administration.That highspeed boats., This smuggling of gas into the state is costing cularly upon rising in the morning, tion of approximately six miles of
historic uprising, as the Pennsylvania thousands of dollars annually in gasoline taxes. A checkup when the head is apt to be- "stuffedup. levee and navigation channel along
Division of Information and Publi- of gasoline stations in Philadelphia alone showed that more than 500 ." southern shore of Lake Okeechobee

cation of the United States George dealers were selling "illegal gasoline." Photo shows State Policemenand For Earache and Toothache: between Moore Haven and Clewis-

Washington Bicentennial Commis- ex-Navy men who have been assigned to one of the boats as its Make a small bag of sat, heat well, ton. ,
sion points out, was not/ as its crews by Governor Pinchot. Left to right: Lieut. W. J. Ruch, Sgt. R. G. 1

name implies, a moral difference on Goodrich, Patrolman E. R. Wallis, Corporal Walter Guhrkoff, PrivateT. I
the wet-and-dry issue. It had its
origin in an economic question and P. Hoffman, and Corporal G. F. Boice. I ECIEAROLIDbecause :

was much like the serious strikes
which the later Presidents, Cleveland left Philadelphia, then the capitalof JACKIE COOGAN A VETERANOF
and Roosevelt, were called on the United States, to take per- SCREEN AT AGE OF 15
p :, to master. The chief difference inS sonal command of the army. .q
the "Whiskey Insurrection" was His westward route was to take Jackie Coogan is a veteran of,the
that this "strike" ran afoul of a him through Carlisle, Fort Cum- films; at the age of 15! j r J
Federal law, and hence directly invited berland, and Bedford, but he need- Since the age of four and a half
Federal interference. ed to go no further than Fort when he made his now famous debut _
The trouble began in. the early Cumberland. Washington's Attor- in Charlie Chaplin's "The Kid," / k
1790'?. By thenthe.valleys west- ney-General, Bradford, writing at this amazing youngster has appeared -
ward ,of the Alleganies were pro- the time, reports that the insur- in more than, a dozen films. \ '4 -'
ducing wheat, but not yet had roadsor gents laughed at the militia, but Among the boy characters from ________I :,.': :':'': :.' :.:5.::.'." .: .:.,.,.'.:'.":'. .':,,3: :/
other means of transportation shook in theiI: shoes at thoughts of famous fiction which he has por-

been developed. As a result it was General Morgan's Virginia Rifle- trayed are "Peck's Bad Boy," .
I found that the easiest way to ship men. When these appeared ,on the I "Oliver Twist," "A Boy of Flanders : -
1 this wheat was in the'form of whis- Alleghenies, which so long had I ," and Toby Tyler in "Circus ,-K'k--
key, and distilling became the prin- served as a bulwark against Fed- I Days."
cipal industry of the four' western eral authority ,the insurrection His latest is "Tom Sawyer" com- .

counties of Pennsylvania. broke: David Bradford, the prime ing Thursday at Prince Theatre. -
In 1791 the young, and still mover, fled for his life. At another : COMPAt

needy, government of the United convention at Perkinson's Ferry Panama City.-J. R. Sealy pur- -
States, casting about for revenues, the insurgents pledged submissionto chased Cove Hotel. I
passed an excise law that laid the laws, and Governor Lee of -
J. somethi g of a load on western Virginia, in command of the troops .
H Pennsylvania's chief industrial pro issued a proclamation .of amnesty.
: duct. Quite apart from the moral Two leaders convicted of treason

I aspects of the question, the Penn-, were pardoned by President Wash .
sylvania distillers looked upon this ington. And so, without bloodshed, .
cut ill their profits-as an unjust the Whiskey Insurrection was over. ,-i iI it

discrimination against an industry, While on his way to place him- fl-'t .
and under the leadership of one self as Commander-in-Chief at the
David Bradford, they promptly head of the Army, President Wash- I ; t r4 "
Af: "organized" and put up resistance ington kept in touch with his cabinet I 6 ..
; 1 to the law. and even in the midst of .

t :. This in itself was direct defianceof threatened civil war, found time ..

Federal authority, and the situ- for imperishable lines of statesmanship ,
ation was further darkened when In a letter ,to General Mor- LJ A
Federal Officers who attempted to gan, written at Carlisle, on October
seize the chief offenders were driven 8, 1794, he penned a statement that

+, away by force. Neville, Federaltax Americans of today may ponder ...,:::{'r: :: I/tiiiiii/iitt/: / ______ -5----- _____ 5l4 -
collector, was besieged in his again: ::::: :: illhii 11IllhiIt1Ii/ _ ---:-- __ __ __ _____
own house. In no very long time "If the minority, and a small one '!IJ/Ii"/ ",I S "
these first "insurgents" had cowed too, is ,suffered to dictate to the
all other elements about them and majority, after measures have undergone \
were virtual dictators of their end the most solemn discussionby -
of Pennsylvania. representatives of the peo- ,

The real gravity of this first ple, and their will through this : ((14V t

"; threat to the stability of the new medium is Enacted into law, there
United States government lay in I can be no security for life, liberty,
the fact that these insurgents were or property; nor, if the laws are
not precisely hoodlums but were not to govern, can any man know
men who in these days would regard how to conduct himself in safety. .
'; S themselves as "industrialists." There never was a law yet made, I n.ive.s of sixes ,"
At a convention of 200 of their conceive, that hit the taste exactlyof ,
delegates. which met in 1794 at every man, or every part of the l' '

Perkinson's Ferry, on the Monon- community;; of course if this be a want less .
gahela, they were able to command reason for opposition, no law can "eve ,
as their secretary the services of be executed at all without force,

I a man like young Albert Gallatin, and every man or set of men will ,
then living in the neighborhood. in that case cut and carve for I it takes six cylinders clutch, shift into "low"-and feel that .

This convention, by the way, was themselves; the consequences of to give the smooth, silent smoothness. Change into "second," hit a ,
met three commissioners which must be deprecated by all
by appointed "
faster and faster clip, slip into "high,
classes of friends to power that makes driving
by President Washington, men, who are "; '
who promised amnesty to the insurgents order, and to the peace and happi- : really enjoyable sweep along at top speed-then throttle ,'

on their promise to goT ness of the country." down to barely a crawl. The smoothness
home and behave themselves. The
; and flexibility you always get are fixcylinder
...' offer was refused.> No Stocks Bonds Drivers of sixes: are spoiled 0
.' In real alarm for the safety of or AI2LctJN for anything less. Drivers smoothness, six-cylinder flexibility. .

p" the Union, and to bring these viola- Have Endorsementof of sixes are sold on multiple cylinders. Annoying vibration is gone! 0
... tors of law to their senses, Presi-
/ dent Washington issued on August Experiment StationThat They would no more think of giving' up Over two million owners have tested and'

7, 1794, a thunderous "Proclamation "six" performance than any other real proved this six-cylinder Chevrolet'engine.. 0 '
Warning the Insurgents in the persons engaged in the sale 0 advancement of motoring. For them, the '
They have found that it costs less for
Western Parts of Pennsylvania to of stocks
or bonds of industrial or whole cylinder question has been settled.
Desist from their Opposition to the business concerns, corporations or 0 and oil than any other. They have .found

.. Laws." He recited at length their "systems" do not have the endorse- 0 Slip behind the wheel of a Chevrolet Six, that it actually reduces upkeep costs, by
\ outrages against the laws and on ment of the Florida Agricultural
and you'll know these drivers feel holding vibration to a minimum. They' '
why as 0
the of those appointed
persons Experiment Station on their wares, .
execute them, and with a reminder has been made clear in a state- they do. Step on the starter,let the motor know six is better in every way-and they

,. of another Federal law empower- ment by Dr. Wilmon Newell, direc- idle-and notice its silence. Throw in the would never be satisfied with less!
... ing the President to call out the tor of the Station at Gainesville."It 0 ,
militia, should his warning be disregarded $ IP'F '
has come to our attention, 00 0 Twenty beautiJulmodclsatpricesrangingfrom *> to$675 0
.:. his proclamation ended, said Director Newell, "that certain .
.4nprice.J.o. b.Flint,Michigan, special equipment extra. Low dcli credprku and -' ,
:II ; "Therefore I, George Washington solicitors are representing that the easy G. M. A.C. term 0 r ,
;'II! .- President of the United Experiment Station of the Univer.
States, do hereby command all per- sity of Florida places its endorsement 0 ,
sons, on or before the first day of upon their projects. Such is NEW CIIEVROLET SIX ,
September next, to disperse, and not the case. The Experiment

, 5- retire peaceably to their respective Station gives no endorsement or
," homes." recommendation, expressed or implied -

.,. President Washington had taken upon stocks or bonds, as such _ _ __ See your dealer below = 0
4 one of the steps prescribed by law, action would be entirely outsidethe S
and on September 25, 1794, he was station's proper sphere of ac
obliged to take the other. His tivity. The Experiment Station is
Proclamation of Warning having engaged only with the problems of Clewiston Motor Company 0
been ignored, he issued another, agriculture and with service to the .
.JIIIIri-1 calling out the militia of New Jer- farmers of the state." ,
'J '+$ sey, Pennsylvania, Maryland, and Clewiston, Florida .
\ Virginia, 15,000 strong. To show Pompano.-Local school grounds
further that he meant business, he Jmp oved.

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Noted Speakers ,To National Museum Re-

MOORE HAVEN LIGHT Appear on ProgramFor ceives World's Larg- %utaaa? School BUDGET ADOPTED fOR

Farmers' Week: est Spoon.

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Widely known speakers have
been secured for the general ses- {

Company Supplies Power sions the of University'at Farmers' Week,Gainesville to be heldat FOR AUGUST 9, 1931. Action Recinds Pre v, io ti s t .

SUBJECT: Saul Converted and
From Old Generator Aug. 10-14, according to the pro- : Commissioned.. Resolution Allowing

Until Repaired gram just announced by Dr. Wil- %A94 5 .1 GOLDEN TEXT: "I was not disobedient Freedom of Action
mon Newell, dean of the Agricul- unto the heavenly vision."
i ---=- tural College and extension direc- Acts 2G:19.
Fire of undetermined origin com- tor. These assemblies held' from
LESSON TEXT: Acts 9:1-9, 17-
for maintenance
pletely destroyed the building, gen- o'clock each morning will Budget work of
11 to 12 19; 1 Tim. 1:12-14. .
and electrical equipment of the Everglades Drainage- Districtwas
erators be the main feature each day. Saul was about 4 years younger
at the
the municipal light plant Wednes- broadcast from adopted Commissioners'
They will also be than Jesus. He was converted
day morning, and did considerable state radio station WRUF. when about 40 years old. meeting inVest Palm Beach Tuesday -

damage to the two 150-horse power 10 sessionDr. "Paul bern Jew memberof The amount for the year isSG,520.00
At the Monday, Aug. was a a
I Diessel type engines. The actual John J. Tigert, president of the the smallest of the tribes, that $ maintenance. work,
i damage could not yet be determined. University of Florida, will presentthe of Benjamin. He was named Saul $500,000 for bonded debt paymentand

I address of welcome. Tuesdaythe .A. after the first king of the Jews, $100,000 for administration ex-

I J. M. Fountain, who was on dutyas will be Dr. MargaretR. ? La who was a member of his tribe, penses.
speaker but when he began to travel and
discovered the flamesin The commissioners
engineer, Sandels, dean of the School of adopted a resolution -
preach the Gentiles he used
the oil-soaked grass outside and Home Economics, Florida State This giant ceremonial spoon,- be- the Latin name Paul. We know forbidding individual
beneath the building. Mr. Fountain College for Women, who will dis- lieved to be the largest spoon in the nothing of his 'family except that members to operate any of the

attempted to extinguish the cuss, "The Money Value of Good world, once used by the Haida he had a sister, and that his father works of the district without specified

I fire with water from a small garden Nutrition for the 'Fa mil}'." The Tribe of Southeastern Alaska, to had been made a Roman citizen, so direction of the board as a

I hose, but when the water was general address for Wednesday will dish out Alachin Oil to members of ; that Saul was a Roman by birth, a whole. This action rescinded a resolution -

applied, the flames spread with be made by Hon Raymer F. Ma- visiting tribes, has just been presented I great privilege which he found which had previously been
I Mr. Fountain then very useful on more than one oc adopted allowing individual
great rapidity. guire, members of the State Boardof to the National Museum mem-
casion. Also his father must have
the alarm and firemen, city bers to have freedom to act on mat-
gave Control and the State here as a part of the Victor J. been in comfortable circumstances,
officials and citizens rushed to the Board. The Thursday address will Evans Collection of Indian relics. or he could not have sent his son ters relating .to their particularareas.

scene and made a vain attempt to be made b'Dr. Chas. H. Herty, industrial Miss Catherine Ford of the Mus- to Jerusalem to be educated.A .

extinguish the flames. consultant of New York eum staff is shown holding the pious Jew, however, such as The tax levies were estimated at

City commissioners immediately City, while C. A. Cobb, editor of spoon. Saul's father, would never send his 700,000, and ranged from 2 1-3
began plans to provide the town The Progressive Farmer and South- boy to a heathen university. Saul cents per acre to 70 cents per acre

with current at the earliest possible ern Ruralist, will present the final was taught first at home, and then in some districts. The maintenance -
i moment, and an agreement was address Friday. Special Farm Week: in the school maintained in the levy runs from two to twenty

i made with G. L. McGwigan, manager local synagogue, where he was cents acre.
These addresses will be'only a Broadcast Will Go per
sent at the of six
I of the Moore Haven Ice Company age or seven.
small part of the educational vacation His only text book was the Old The board does not intend to improve -
the has moveda On Air Over WRUF
whereby city Farmers' Week will offer Testament. This went on till Saul the works of the district or

small 42-killowatt generatorfrom farmers and home makers. Special was thirteen years old and had become to construct new works, but merely (
the old plant which was aban- separate programs have been a "son of the commandment. to maintain the work in its pres-
A special farm week schedule in
doned when the new plant was He was then regarded as a man
planned for citrus growers, vege- ent state and prevent deterioration.Anna .
erected two years. ago, to the ice table poultrymen, dairy- which over 50 radio talks about and must fit himself for earning
plant and is utilizing a 120-horse growers, Florida farm and home problemswill his living, for every Jewish boy
Deisel engine which the ice men, livestockmen, general crop be broadcast. announced by must learn a trade. This was all Maria.-Work underwayof
power to furnish its 'own farmers, beekeepers, foresters, pecan state radio station WRUF and the the more necessary because Saul clearing 100-acre tract of land

J t company uses growers, ornamental lovers, University of Florida Agricultural was intended for the honorable near northwestern end of Anna
j lights and power. SuperintendentS. and rural women. These are aside Extension Service. The first talk calling of rabbi or clergyman, and Maria key, for landing field for All
C. Stalls J. M. Fountain Ed. .
from the many entertainment features the rabbis received no salary, but American
will be broadcast at 11 Mon- Airways, Inc.
Lundy, of the city light depart- and a complete tour of the a. m.f carried on the secular business
ment, H. B. Stalls, Mr. McGwiganand College of Agriculture and Experi- day, Aug. 10, when Dr. John J. which they had learned in youth.
force Tigert, president of the University, Saul's business which he
others of the ice plant ment Station farms Monday after- by sup- TIlE
worked continuously until the will speak at the opening sessionof ported himself was that of a "tent-
noon. Farmers' Week. These general maker. This was a thriving indus-
lights were cut in for city's use
early Wednesday night. The town assembly programs will be broadcast try at Tarsus. Cilicia abounded in Prince Theatre
goats and their hair was woven
the hour each
I same day,
without current of sort
was any BANK EMPLOYEES into a stout fabric which served
and successful farmers farm
about sixteen hours, a remarkablyshort wom- for tent curtains. In this work PAHOKEE FLA.
en, and specialists will be featuredin Saul ; ,
time. continued until, at the age
The current at present is not en- SENT TO SCHOOLModern / noonday broadcasts from 12 to 1 of fifteen, he was sent to "the SHOWING DAILY

tirely satsifcatory for all uses, as and night broadcasts from 7 to 8 House of Interpretation," the rab-
which available throughout the week. binical college in Jerusalem, in
the only genrator was -
A Good
Always Show
Financialand The noon Monday will which Gamaliel was a teacher.
0 for instant use, is too small to Scientific program
carry the load, although the engine Management Methods present talks about corn cover "After completing his theological .,

at the ice plant is entirely adequateto Taught Throughout crops, small grains, feed crops, training in Jerusalem, Saul re- Show Starts 7 and 9
turned Tarsus
to probably servingas
home gardens and growing and
provide sufficient power. ,
Country. a rabbi there for about fifteen P.M.Coming
City commissioners are still marketing hogs. Truck crops will years; thus he was away from ,

working on plans to perfect the American Institute of Bank be featured in the program that Jerusalem during the ministry of \1

service until a new building can be THE Section of the American night; talks being given about diversification our Lord, and never saw him in the Attractions

erected and the power plant put in Bankers Association conducts 223 cover crops, market- flesh."
ing, and canning.The In the lesson for Week of Aug. 9
operation again. One of the sug- chapters, or local banking school July 26 we

gestions is that a proper generatorbe In as many cities throughout the 11 o'clock speaker Tuesday learned that Paul was present atStephen's .,

borrowed or leased for the time country. One large city chapterhas morning will be Dr. Margaret R. thereto and death that he and made consented havock Sunday Monday
the will be in Sandels dean of the School of ,
temporary plant use. almost 6,000 students, who are of the church.
T. B. Moody, of Jacksonville, rep- combining formal theoretical and Home Economics, Florida State Today's lesson "And August 9 and 10'
resenting the Fairbanks-Morse practical banking studies with their College for Women. On the noon begins,
Saul, breathing out threateningsand CHARLES FARRELL, JANET
'_'." Company, manufacturers from daily working experience and other program talks about the future of slaughter against the disciplesof GAYNOU in
whom the engines were purchased, places have these schools with a the beef cattle industry in Florida, the Lord went unto the high

I t,. was in Moore Haven yesterday and thousand to two thousand students.In outlets for our beef, feeding cattle, priest. "THE MAN WHO

"" inspected the plant. His report addition there are fifty study grades versus scrubs, and the farm And desired letters to Damascus

, "" was not givei. tu the city authori- groups In small communities with flock of sheep will be given. Citrus that if he found any of this way, CAME BACK"America's

:' { ties, but made direct to the ...+ mj some 6,000 enrollments. All told talks will be featured on the night he might "bring them bound unto Most Popular Sweet-

l pany he represents.The over 42,000 bank people are taking program; the mealy bug ladybeetle, Jerusalem. "This way" meant hearts in the Screen's Most Grip-
those who followed Christ because'
Deisel these courses-not only clerks, bill mulching, irrigation, lowering drama. -
new engine was purchased he said, "I am the way." The let- ping
\ at a cost of approximately junior officers and even senior officera costs ,and natural control of pests ters carried by Paul were from the COMEDY FOXIt

'\ $18,000 and installed two years ago in more advanced work. being the topics. high priest, Caiaphas, and wouldbe Happened in NEWS

when the new building was erectedfor The work of the Institute ha: The assembly address Wednesday obeyed by the rulers of the Hollywood

the plant. Besides this enginethe been declared to be "a dynamic morning will be given by Hon. synogogues at Damascus. Damascus -

( city moved another engine economic force pouring into bank;: Raymer F. Maguire, member of the was a large city, 140 miles Tuesday Wednesday
north west from Jerusalem.
Ing a broadening, deepening streamof
from the old plant, which was of State Board of Control and State
the better ,qualified bankers than talks will "And he came near Damascus: August 11 and 12
same power as the new, but Plant Board. The noon and
suddenly there shined round
was not of such modern design. It could be developed merely by the" be about honey and its production, about him a light from heaven: JACKIE COOGAN, MITZI

also was a Deisel engine and in excellent dally workings of, banking Itself good stock of bees, backyard poul- And he fell to the earth, and GREEN, JUNIOR DURKINin
and It has been that
condition. The city carried suggested try raising, battery brooding, and heard a voice saying unto him,
a $10,000 insurance policy on the every bank worker should be compelled the egg-laying contest. The talks Saul, why persecutest thou me?

equipment, and the Fairbanks- to combine Institute course that night will be about living at And he said, Who art thou, "TOM SAWYER"At
with his work. A good many bank Lord ? and the Lord said, I am
Morse company is understood to home in the citrus belt, conserva-
last! the have been
now make It part of the contract of Jesus whom thou persecutest: picture you
have carried insurance on the new tion of citrus in the home, the fam- for "TOM SAWYER"
employment that an employee shall And he trembling and astonishedsaid waiting
engine to protect themselves to the ily cow, and dairy developments.The .
undertake to render himself proficient Lord, what wilt thou have me makes the young folks rave. Makes
extent of the unpaid balance on the and trustworthy In banldnf Thursday morning assembly to do: And the Lord said unto him, the old folks sit up and take notice.

purchase price.. by taking Institute work and others address will be given by Dr. Chas.H. Arise, and go into the city, and it DON'T MISS IT.

Citizens are conserving electri- make successful progress In thi Herty, industrial consultant of shall be told thee what thou must COMEDY UNIVERSALIt

city as much as possible so that,the educational aspect of banking a New York. The noon talks will be do."And Might Be Worse. NEWS
water pumping not be inter- Saul arose from the earth;
may pre-requisite to promotion. Plant- about squab production, poul-
and when his he
were ,
rupted and lights which are absolutely are being developed to make the try show marketing forest prod- eyes
saw no man: but they led him by Thursday -
necessary may be provided. benefits of banking education ucts, and marketing, cover crops, the hand, and brought him into
Radios and other unnecessary elec- through this organization more and insects of pecans. The night Damascus.And August 13 and 14

trical conveniences are not being generally available In the rural program will begin at 7:30 and fea- he was three days without IIORTON f
used. districts. ture talks about dairying in the sight, and neither did he eat nor EDWARD
South, herd improvement, and drink.
Daytona Beach.-H. M. Griffin, marketing milk. The Lord sent Ananias, a Chris- PLANTE, PATSY RUTH MILLER"LONELY
Dairy cows that are about to tian in Damascus in in
local architect "go, inquire
started plans for The assembly address 'Fridaywill
freshen should be fed laxative the house of Judas for Saul of
proposed $265,000 post office build- feeds. Such feeds as wheat bran, be given by C. A. Cobb, editor, Tarsus: for behold he prayeth." WIVES"Meet
ing for this city. The Farmer and Southern -
; Progressive
"Ananias went into the house:
ground oats, linseed oil meal, and your friends: at TIlE PRINCE '
Ruralist. The final talks in the and putting his hands on him said,
succulent pasture are recommended.Key and enjoy night. You can't
Tavares.-New sidewalks being series will be given at noon Friday. Brother Saul, the Lord, even Jesus "LONELY WIVES." A
laid at local high school grounds. They will be about home improve- hath sent me, that thou mightest wrong on
Dunedin.-Florida Citrus Ma- West.-Bids will be openedat ment, and thrift in clothing. receive thy sight, and be filled with Pathe Picture.
chinery'company's local Washington Aug. 5 for $180,000; the Holy Ghost. COMEDY FOX
plant construction and repair job on LONELY WIVES? NOT THESEIn And immediately there fell from Sea Going Sheiks! NEWS
operating on full-time schedule.
breakwater protecting submarinebase his eyes as it had been scales; and

of local he received sight forthwith, and
navy yard.
Pathe's comedy "Lonely
Umatilla.-Construction of local arose and was baptized.
Wives," which comes to the Prince After serving the Lord nearly 30
gas system in city limits, by Flor-
ida Gas company progressing Winter Garden.- Formation of theatre on Thursday and Friday, years Paul wrote to Timothy, "I August 15
idly. rap- Citrus Exchange organization to New York and the rest of the world thank Christ Jesus our Lord, who KEN MAYNARDDOROTHY

operate under name of West will see three wives who aren't hath enabled me. Who was beforea DAWN in

Orange Citrus Growers association, lonely a bit. Laura Le Plante, is blasphemer, and a persecutor,
Leesburg.-Local lodge Knightsof announced by Harold Tilden. the wife of William Seiter, the di- and injurious: but I obtained "Fighting Legion"A
Pythias purchased building at mercy because I did it ignorantlyin
rector. Esther Ralston in privatelife unbelief." hurricane in the saddle, a thun-
corner Seventh and West Main
street. Jacksonville.-Park Hotel, north- is Mrs. Ge'orgeVebb.. Her derbolt in a fight, a whirlwind in
west corner West Adams and Hogan husband is her manager-in a business love. That's Ken Maynard in this

streets, to be repaired at cost way. Patsy Ruth Miller, one ripsnorting thriller of the Old West
Canal Point.-Formal -approval of $10,000. of the featured players, is the wife 666 CHAPTER NO. 11 OSWALD

given for reopening closed State of-Tay Garnett, the notable Pathe LIQUID OR TABLETS Tile Indians Are Coining Cartoon
i Bank of Canal Point. Jupiter.-County granted director of "IIer Man." .
per- Ilelie\eH a Headache or Neuralgia<< IntO ,
i mission to place temporary pontoon I : minutes Checks it Cold the llrl You Can't Go Wrong on Pictures r-
MacClenny. -First carload of bridge over' Inland Coastal Canal Tarpon Springs.- Eagle Street day dlt'N., and checks Malaria In three' Like These Unless You Miss Then.

corn shipped from here recently. here. opened after being repaved. 666 Salve for Baby's Cold. f I THE PRINCE Welcomes You'J'r'7'