The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00398
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: November 25, 1932
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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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
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System ID: UF00028415:00398
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f':; Local Chapter Automobile COST SAME license AS 1932 tags for PLATES 1933 STATE BODY URGESBEAUTIFICATION CANAL POINT DISTRICTThe Hunters Return

flood has been wipped in the
will be placed on sale in a few daysat
the same cost to the motorist as Canal Point district.
:t Red Cross IsNoAssllreil this, year's plates cost. Water being off the ground, fam- Telling Various

; Tags for passenger cars up to Forest Fires Are Pictured As Greatest ilies that vacated their homes in the
Menace To Florida's Natural. sugar company addition north of the
3000 pounds will cost 60 cents per
; hundred pounds, and the "D" tags, Beauty By Speakers: canal have moved back.
An opening through Conner's high- Tales! of Success
: for passenger cars over the 3000
< at Sand Cut has been bridged
..' pound weight are to be placed, on Control of forest fires, limitationof way ,
the'decking having been placed and
sale at 75 cents per hundredweight, roadside signboards, utilization of
I" the hand rails last week, the Ca-
federal unemployment relief facili- says
the same as the 1932 plates.
L'' : GOAL OF 100 MEMBERS NOW IN : Truck tags will cost 75 cents per I I ties and the formation of county nal Point News. FIND WATER IN BACK COUNTRY
: ," beautification units were the pointsof
100 pounds up to 4000 pounds, and I '
; :' SAY THIS WEEK I $2.00 a hundred for those weighingmore outstanding emphasis at the 19th muck are placed to stop the gap in GAME
the north dike of. the Pelican lake
: semi-annual statewide beautification
! than 4000 pounds.
conference drainage district. Hendry county hunters who tookto
Below are listed the cost of a held in Ft. Pierce Mon-
: ", The Red Cross ,drive to raise day and Tuesday. Flood waters are running off with the woods with the opening ot
few of the more common types of
, f-; funds and establish a local chapter cars: Forest fires were pictured by ,strong current through the new and the hunting season Sunday return*
; enlarged openings in Conner's high- ed home with varied tales of their
speaker after speaker as Florida'sgreatest ;
: of the national charity organization 1932 Ford tudor sedan, $14.90;
menace to beautificationand way and the railroad and the time. successes. Some who headed down
Chevrolet 1932 model, $16.30
assured early coupe
was an success
! ', conservation of the state's will be short when all of the truck- the canals leading to the east coast
Plymouth, four, four door, $17.90
this week when Mrs. R., Y. Patterson ; returned
1 : ..?.. Essex four, $13.70; Nash six coupe, natural beauty, Commercial road ing land will be dry. almost empty handed bearing
': and Mrs. J. A. McGehee, local information that much of the
signs were denounced by a numberof
$23.75; Buick eight, small size sedan -
f: :workers, reported more than 50 $26; Buick, large type sedan, speakers, garden and beautification back country which had heretofore
offered some of the best hunting to
I' memberships taken by Clewiston residents $35; Packard roadster, $38; Cad- clubs were urged to wage a ROAD INJUNCTIONNOT be found in south ,
was -
illac V-16, town brougham, $47.75. campaign against them, and the en-
in the first two days of the by the rains
I", actment of prohibitive legislationwas heavy inthe first of
drive. advocated. Beautification forces TO INCLUDEHENDRY the month and now only ducks couldbe
\ Tuesday the workers were forced found in those places. Others who
200 KIWANIANS TO were urged to utilize federal unem-
I I. to borrow sufficient buttons and receipts ployment relief forces in the furth- chose to remain close at home and,
*- from the LaBelle chapter to their .
erance of community and highway COUNTYTAXPAYER hunting to the ham
continue their drive. When these mocks south of Sugarland highwaywest
ATTEND BARBECUEAT projects. The conference went on
were received added efforts were of here brought home reportsof
record officially as favoring the cre-
made to make the local membershipreach ation of county beautification units ; SEEKS: TO PREVENT a bountiful supply of quail and

the 100 mark. At the last SEMINOLE FARM throughout the state, to be affiliated ROAD DEPARTMENT FROM I. an encouraging account of the number

report Mrs. Patterson said the goal through the Florida State Chamber CARRYING OUT PLANS of turkeys to be found in that

was in ,sight. section.
of Commerce. I
Aside from gaining membershipsto CLEWISTON BE HOST TO Last Saturday saw steady streamof
CLUB TO Paving of the, link of state high- i
the organization, at one dollar cars loaded to the top with camp
SOUTH FLORIDA MEMBERS SCOUT NOTES way between LaBelle and the Lee
each, the local workers are issuinga ing equipment, dogs and
DECEMBER ,11 county line will not be affected by guns, as
plea for cast off clothing and any residents of the east coast passed,
The of the
meeting troup was the injunction sought against the
of, bed clothing which will be Clewiston
pieces through on their to
held Monday night within the out- state F.
road department by A. Stin-
issued out to needy families. At the invitation of the Clewiston the Big ,Cypress and other sections
door council ring. Try-outs were held son, of DeFuniak Springs, who has
Those having any materials they Kiwanis'club at least 200 Kiwan- south and west of here. Early this
to determine the team and the
relay entered courts to prevent the
wish to contribute to the local relief ians'of South Florida will assembleat week most of these cars began to
Seminole practice in pyramid building, drill- road department from carrying oncertain
are requested to communicate Farms, Sunday after- return to their homes with a fair
F ing, signalling was conducted in pre- works. The injunction will
with Mrs. Patterson or Mrs.fc- : noon, December 11th, for an Inter- bag for most of the hunters.
paration for the jamboree to be held be ruled on November 29.
Gehee.. Club meeting of the organization. In
The drive will be carried on a addition to the 12 Kiwanis clubs invited in Fort Myers today. The injunction, if granted, will
The meeting ended in a snappy halt work the state road in Shelley Winner of
few days of next ,week in order to invitations were extended to on
have the membership reach as higha the Pahokee Rotary club and the game of "swap" in which all the Glades, the adjoining county, along

point as possible. Belle Glade Civitian Club. boys participated. the route of the old Baker highwayThe Golf Finals HereTom

At the local club's 'weekly meet- department had just received

IJ.i ing Tuesday night, John Mowry, When DublinWasn't bids on material for the completionof Shelley at the end of 72

i ', ::' *.Basket Ball, Game chairman of the committee on arrangements this strip of highway in Glades holes of golf for the finals in Clew-
for C the Inter-Club meet- DublinGerman county. Atlantic Refining Companyo iston's annual fall golf tournament

Here December 9th ing reported that arrangements are f Atlanta, with a bid of $34,676.40was nosed out a 2 up win over J. J. Harrington -
made to entertain the apparent low bidder on the
rapidly being I here Sunday to end a tournament -
guests with a barbecue, as well as O'Rourke, and Feathered Indian material for the work. I hanging fire since early in

\ Clewiston's first basket ball game with an interesting program. A partof I Seen on Streets As Irish The injunction sought by Stinson October. The two finalists ended the

of the season will be played here the entertainment will be the I Capital Acts as Host, as a taxpayer and gasoline user, 36 hole match for the '1932 championship -

Friday,. December 9, it was announced playing of a return golf match between --.- would prohibit the road department of Clewiston all even, which

at the high school this week. members of the Clewistonclub (By Rev. F. J. Finnegan) from borrowing money from any railed for an 18 hole play-off. They

LaBelle High School will furnish and the Ft. Myers club. The To most people living outside the source -whatever which involve or I were unable to get together for the

the opening opposition to the local golf match is to begin at noon, in pale of the Catholic church, a Eu- affect any revenue to be derived playoff until November 6th when
basketeers.. order to leave the major part of the I from the constructionof
charistic Congress is merely a name department; this 18 hole ended with the score
Coach Elam has been putting his afternoon to the general entertain given to signify an international con- any part of federal aid project all even again.

high school team through their ment to be held at Seminole Farms. I course of people, gathered togetherto number 115 in Bay, Walton and Ok- Shelley established a one hole

paces this week with satisfactory results Working on the committee with celebrate a certain sectarian event. aloosa counties; or construction ofa lead at the 17th and managed to

and intensive drills will con- Mr. Mowry are, Dave G. Alston, A. What precisely that sectarian eventis bridge on road 4 at Stuart; im- win the 18th to give him the win.

tinue when school resumes next W. Lawrence, Charlie Miner, CharlieLovvorn I and what signification it has to proving sections of road 48 at Put- Mrs. W. C. Owen presented Mr.

week after the Thanksgiving holi- Carl Berner, Tom Shelley, those who take part in it, generally nam and Flagler counties; doing Shelley with a beautiful silver trophyfor

days. The Clewiston team will have W. C. Hooker and E. E. Kelly.As I they do not take the, trouble to ,find work on road 74 in Marion and Cit- championship award, and Mr.

familiar forms in unifprm when I set out in the invitations to out. If they think about the matterat rus counties; work on road 2 in Harrington silver medal as runnerup

they meet LaBelle here. Hookie the various clubs, the meeting is to all, it is to classify a Eucharistic Polk county. All of the projects had in the finals"of the A flight.

Avant, Bobby Hare, William Hooks, be very informal, and the assurancewas congress with other international bids opened on them this week. Under the, supervision of Lloyd

Ed Ward, Ed Clark, Merrill Lowe given the east and west coast congressional meetings, civil or religious Stinson's court battle is broughtto i Sparrow, local pro, the Clewiston

and Van Bush are among last year's Kiwanians that a real treat was in where representatives from force the department to constructa course had been gradually improved

team who will again wear the blue store for them at the barbecue. the various countries help to draw up bridge across the Choctawatcheeriver since the tournament started more

and white for the Clewiston school. new rules, establish or disestablish on road 10 at Walton-Wash- than two months ago. As the final

Bob Mitchell, a new-comer, is show- Twelve families were made happier certain laws and endeavor to put ington county line. He recently ob- '18 hole match of the finals was

ing promise of making a regular Thanksgiving by baskets of food distributed their organization on a more solid tained a court order ordering con- played Sunday the course was in its

berth on the team. by ,the. Ladies Aid Society.. foundation. This is not the conceptionof struction .of the bridge.GovernorElea. .topmost condition.

what a Eucharistic Congress
I means.

i Florida Pays Debt of Gratitude to Briefly, a Eucharistic congress is Studies Virginia's I

an expression of faith in a mystery,

I ; oAustralia by Shipping Pumpkin Bugs doctrine which still the was central of Christianity at one doctrine time, and of the the which central Cath-is Finances Prior to Assuming OfficeWashington

,: olic church, namely, the mystery of
, Gainesville, Fla.-One of the most' Why all the fuss about a common I the real presence of Jesus Christ in Nov. 17-When Dave and an unbalanced budget, is what

i: unique debts in the history of Florida pest of Florida citrus and vegetable the Eucharist, under the appearance, I Sholtz, governor elect of Florid.1 Florida's governor-elect wants to

I is being repaid. The State is crops-the pumpkin bug? Here's I or form, of bread and wine. It is takes over the reins of Florida Stair know and expects to be informed bvovernor

sending Australia some bugs in the the secret. When they leave Gaines- something more. It is the highest government January 3rd at Tail: Pollard Govornor-E' ,

hope that they will be a partial recompense ville these particular bugs carryon- public honor which the Catholic he will have a fair 'l wled'- ''icltz admitted that this --mil:j i<' '

to that country for the their backs the eggs of a little insect church can give to their most sub- of the processes and pra. ices r oused his curosity, which hrl "

many friendly insects it has sent, to called the tachinid fly or featherlegged lime miracles of faith. Every other ponsible for Virginia's dfs'uiction O. can only be gratified by a close-Ui)

Florida and California. fly. When the eggs hatch the year, some country is selected for being the only state in the South view of the situation from the vantage -

Pumpkin bugs they are, or, as young larvae bore into the bodiesof Congress, and to the assigned place showing a treasury surplus duringthe : point of Virginia's State Can-

they are called by the more proasic I j the pumpkin bugs and live there representatives from every country in past four of five years. itol or the governor's mansion' near-

people, stink bugs. And royalty nev- for two or three weeks before they the world come to pay homage to So impressed is Florida's incoming -
i er travelled much more in "state" I emerge as adult flies. It is but nat- I Him whom they recognize as their governor with this unique fact, is a record that the affairs of

than they are travelling from Flor- ural that the pumpkin bug dies as King and their God. Entering into that he will journey to JUchmo.id the State of Virginia have not always -

ida to Australia. Sailing dates of a result of having harbored these the environment of a Eucharist con- Friday or Saturday to talk over mat- been so managed as to produce

steamers are ascertained in advance uninvited guests. And so the farmer gress, one seems to have broken I ters governmental with governor Pol- a treasury balanced instead of a

and the big green fellows, all bottledup and grower are saved a lot of trou- away completely from the shackles lard, who will end his four year: deficit. When governor Harry Byrd

and nibbling crotalaria, a favorite ble and expense by not having to do of paganism, and materialism, and to I I term as chief executive of the Old now mentioned as a probable mem-

-1', food, are placed in the mails at' all the work of keeping the pumpkin have reached the heart of Dominion with a balance in the ber of President Franklin D. Roose-

"'- Gainesville. At Jacksonville they are I'' bug under control. dom for the first time. Chri8ten-1 State treasury of something like velt's cabinet, assumed control at

\\1 taken aboard a fast air mail plane The pumpkin bug recently became what one's religious beliefs $4,250,000.It Richmond seven years ago, the State

-- for California. Received by a mem- established in Australia, and unfor- this impression remains, for here I was during a conference today Treasury showed a deficit, In fact

ber of the California Department of tunately, its parasites did not go everything is Christian. There seemsto with Sen. Duncan U. Fletcher in the State had been running behind

II Agriculture, they are immediately with it when it slipped into that be no room for anything else. the Senate office building, that Gov financially for a good many years.

placed in cool storage aboard ship country. It soon increased to such This was my first impression as I ernor-Elect Sholtz declared his intentions Being a practical business man as

and soon the big steamer is plowingits an extent that it is giving consider- entered Dublin, on June 20 of this to visit the Virginia governor well as an accomplished politician,

way toward Sydney. At Sydneythe able trouble over there. The Australian year, to take part in the Thirty-first He did not say how long he Governor Byrd set himself to the

precious cargo is taken from entomogolists sent an SOS International Eucharistic Congress.My would remain in Richmond. task of reversing the old order of

l the ship's pantry and again placed call to Florida for some of the par- purpose here, is not to give a Sholtz To Study Plan i. things, and his first move was to

1 I aboard an air mail plane, this time asites, .and entomogolists of the history of the Eucharistic congress. How and why it is that the Stateof reorganize the whole State government -

for West Australia. Entomogolists Florida Experiment Station responded. Such a history may or may not be of Virginia can boast of a plethoric by lopping off several thousand

who are very much interested in Three separate shipments, each interest to my readers. My purposeis treasury while practically every political jobs. His next step was to

these particular bugs receive. them,. containing 200 pumpkin bugs, are simply to give a few of my Im- other State south of the Patomac and reduce; the number of bureaus and

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or leave a space for writing either

Th Clewiston Nws "Yes" or "No". In this way the ,

confusions would not occur as hap- A BAGASSEVERY I iF TOO LATE TO BY'RUSSEII fl

Published every Friday in Ciewiston, pened in the recent election. LIGHT READING KAY

Worida by the CLEWISTON NEWS Many ballots were attemped to be CLASSIFY :

Inc. marked on the constitutional amend- '

ments, but could not be counted be- Bagassee has at last gone to the -

Entered as second class matter. cause the voters did not clearly ex- dogs. Early this week my little pal, And now the State Game Depart- opener for the corn. Some guys insist -

February 1. 1927, at the Post Officeat press their choice. Many of these 12 years old and a real boy, asked ment announces that the limit for on corn meal for breakfast while

Olewlston, Florida, under the Act ballots: were of persons whom we are I anyone man Is a BUCK a day. Well, others won't sit down to any meal
me to tell him just what kind of a

age In intelligent voting experienceby dog he should get to give him the doggoned glad to get that, but Some guys always hunt with dogs

newipap'Er devoted to the best the shape and firmness of the most enjoyment. He had a magazinewith wait, while the state permits us to but on the other hand some fellows

Interests! of Hendry County, Florida cross mark as explained above. The pictures of beautiful collies, gather in a buck if we can find it, aren't particular and will go hunting

Ra leading newspaper. law gives definite Instructions how grizzled airdales, and wasp-waisted they ain't as kind hearted and gen- with anybody. But a man really

to mark a ballot, and yet, many ballots erous as you might think, for the needs good DOGS if he's gonna do
greyhounds as well as the mashed-
ubscriptton rate: per year$2.00 wero marked ambiguously in the announcement further states that if much hunting, if you get the point.

Outside of state of Florida __...$2.50 election November 8. In this county faced bull type to say nothing of a game warden catches anybody with Every season someone gets shot

of the 700 odd votes cast, only 258 many varieties of chubby fuzzy poms DOE they can take it away from and loses his life because he didn't

Advertising rates furnished on ap- were counted in the amendments. It and poodles.A 'em. know the gun was loaded, while
plication. is easy to assume that at least one dog is the best friend a boy Well, any guy with a little dough others get half shot and lose their

half of the 400 who didn'tvote, fail ever had, with the exception of his now days ajn't sayin' anything about roll because they didn't know the

Business office, Clewleton News, ed to do so because they were unde- mother, and there are times whena ''it, but it, ain't the game warden he's dice were loaded.

Clcwiston, Florida. Editorial and cided how to mark the confusing red-blooded boy might have a little afraid of, it's the tax collector: This
The first thing a hunter does before -
Advertising, same. ballot, meaning, then, that 25 per- doubt as to which he loves best. stunt of the state takin' your doe Is
he starts out Is to down to
: cent of the voters were kept from Columns and books have been writ- an old Spanish Custom-they been go
the hardware store and get a
Telephone 339 voting on the issue because of the ten on the dog-boy affection and doin' It for years-but in spite of all sup-
] ply of shells, but can't counton
absolute foolishness of printing each hundreds of stories have been truth- the effort to conserve 'em, we got you
getting a bird from each shell.
amendment twice "on the ballot. fully told of a dog giving his life less dough around loose today than
There'll be lot of empty sheila in
IT ISN'T YOUR TOWN, IT'S YOU! One of the fundamentals of our to save his young master. This affection ever before.I a
the woods when the season's over
government is that the people shallbe of a boy to his dog does not can remember a while back whena
that the birds didn't have anythingto
If you want to live In the kind of given a voice in their government.How vanish when the boy becomes a man. guy would go out and shoot a
do with.
town then, can they be given avoiceif It has been said that a man will hundred bucks and nobody would

Like the kind of town you like, "a large portion of them are forc- forgive another for an honest fight think anything about it, but now But just the same hunting is a

You needn't brag as you pick your ed to hold their tongue ,through a but one who abuses another's dogis days if a fellow shoots one buck he'sa great GAME, if you ,can find'any..

bag complicated system of voting for or never forgiven. To illustrate the ring-taled tooter and wants his -
And start on a long, long hike. against an amendment. point, there was a case being triedin picture on the front page. And a news dispatch Informs us

You'll only find what you left be- some of the smaller courts of the But if you want to go out hunt- that there was a six-legged lamb

hind, Eight women have seen their sons country, in Kentucky, I believe, in ing BEAR why there's no law agin born up in Georgia the other day, ,

For there's nothing really new. elected to the presidency of the which a man was suing another for that, but on the other hand if you which only goes to prove that Nature j.r

You knock yourself when you knock United States, but Mrs. James Roose- damages for killing his dog. Dam- go BARE and can't prove you're can be depended on to meet any

your town- velt, mother of Franklin D., is the ages of $50 were asked In the pleato HUNTING you are a nudist and emergency. A lamb really needs six

It' isn't your town, it's you. only one who ever had the privilegeof the jury the lawyer for the dog's they'll put you in jail. You know legs to keep up with the Modern

voting for her son for this high master made no reference to the there was a time when most of our Mary.

Real towns aren't made by men office. Presidents whose mothers facts in the case but eloquently talk- BRUIN was out in the woods, but -

afraid were living at the time of their inauguration ed of a dog's love for his master. now days you'll find BREWIN' every
this is the when lot
season a
Lest''' somebody gets ahead. were: George Washington When the jury returned the verdict, where, but it's not as easy to geta
of columnists get out their fingers
If everyone works and no one shirks ,John Adams, James Madison, damages were awarded, some of, the BEAR on 'em now as it used to
and start countin' how
You'll raise a town from the dead. James K. Polk, Ulysses S. Grant, jurors wanting to give damages of be. i many days

If, while you make your personal James A, Garfield, and William Mc- as high as $800 and one man on the But you know game wardens have until Christmas and they always
the SHOPPING days thatis
emphasize ,
stake Kinnley. jury held out for quite a time want- a hard time, they are supposed to
all nice, but if ask me,
Your neighbor makes his too, ing to hang the man for killing the keep a check on the nimrods, but very
the big question with most folks is
Your town will be what you want it BACK: TO WORK other's dog. sometimes they'll track down a guy
how PAY days.
to be. All of the above is slightly beside with a shot gun and a license and many

It isn't your town, it's you. the subject, of what kind of a dog find he's goln to a weddin.'
tumult and the have
The shouting
to recommend to my little buddy. Then this duck hunting businessis Petting in the old days was dan-
died. The speeches have all been
NO BEER IN FLORIDA He was told to get "just a plain funny. One guy will get up before gerous with the girls all stuck up
been counted.
made. The votes have
dog." breakfast and sit in a blind all day with pins.-Florida Times-Union. It's
The campaign is history, and it's
All kinds of puppies are hard to for a couple of shots, while another still dangerous, only now it's "Wet
Under the above heading Editor time to back to work.
go raise. They have a mania for fellow will stay in, camp and take a PaintFt.! Pierce NewsTribune.A .
William Griffis, of the Okeechobee The great problems of today are
sleeping under rocking chairs, with couple of shots and go blind.
News, last week printed the follow- not political problems. They are
either their head or their tall stick Then when you start out on a

ing editorial: economic, financial, social. They are ing out to trip you when you pass by hunting trip you usually stop at the real leader is one who can guess
Floridans who love their beer, completely nonpartisan. All any which the crowd is going and
with a handfull of glasses or hot corner grocery and pick up a few way
and are celebrating the wet victoryof President can do to solve them is
then out in front.-The Florida
water. They have an insatiable appetite cans of beans, then you drive on out
the Democratic party, may be- to give his best efforts, accord-
very Times-Union. Our "leaders" must
for old shoes, new shoes, neck to Tony's place and get some corn, ,
come a bit crestfallen when they ing to his lights to assist the people
then still be guessing.-Ft. Pierce News-
ties and hose. They are always get- you make sure you got a can
learn that there be beer sold with the of
can no government. -
power ting where they do not belong, doing opener for the beans and a bottle Tribune.
in Florida even should the Volsteadact will be passed, official suggestions ,- .
wnat they have no right to do, .
be repealed next- year will be offered but no I"
barking at night and in the early 'tI.o.-
Florida has consitutional prohibi- matter how good they are, they will
morning. A boy had about as soon
tion. It put prohibition in its con- be worthless unless"the people stand
give his dog one spoonful of ice
stitution under Calls. It's there and shoulder to shoulder and work for
cream and then eat the next one as
it can't be taken out by legislativeact. their own salvation. NOTICEi
not. Puppies and dogs are a painin
Prohibition can only be remov- Almost all observers agree that
the neck sometimes. If ,his dogis
ed from Florida's constitution by a the bottom of the depression has
sick, the boy will not eat, and if
vote of the people, after the next been touched. The work of restora-
the boy is sick he wants his dog in '
legislature has submitted it for sucha tion has begun. It will be .a long, bed with him. i

vote. That vote cannot be taken an arduous work, requiring the utmost FOR RENT
They are a lot of trouble, BUT.- HAVE GOOD LAND
until the general election in Novem- each of us can give. Partisanship -
Watch that boy when he comes
ber, 1934; and then beer cannot be must be forgotten. Labels must
home from school. What is the first FOR FALL AND WINTER CROPS
legalized, should the repealers win, be forgotten. Never in the historyof even .
thing to greet him? Not mother. -
until the legislature meets in 1935. the country has nonpolitical lead- I ,
For his dog is expecting him
That's a long time to wait for a glassof ership, and nonpolitical thought beenso
too and
will trot down the street
beer. And the legal thirst cannot essential to the future.
toward the school about time for
be quenched in Florida for nearly So-back to work! Industrial '
Wilt'Be Prosecuted.
that boy to come home. And when Trespassers
three years. The illegal thirst- News Review. .
these two members of the family
now that's just a bit different.
meet (you might as well consider the

THE CLOSE OF THE BICENTENNIAL dog a part of the family) such a
display of affection you never see

even on the screen. That sight aloneis The Clewiston Co.
Another change is needed in the The world-wide George Washington worth a lot of fuss and bother

election laws of the state of Flor- Bicentennial Celebration was about a dog littering up the yard

ida. This one deals with the pres- brought to an official close yester- with bones and bits of cloth.

ent silly method of printing the pro- day with Thanksgiving services in Then let something happen to the

posed amendments twice on the bal- :he churches in honor of the Fatherof dog . the boy is broken hearted. i

ots; one with a space left for cross- his country. The United States Cheer him up if you can, with the ...'"._'. .,,.""....'..'...'....'..'...'....'..'...'....'_'...'...'....'..'...'...'....'..'....'J. X..X"X*...J.....-X"X"X'XW"X"K3 F" .
ing "Yes" atid another with a space George Washington Bicentennial statement that you'll get him another -i A = '

provided for making a cross by the' Commission that Thanksgiving ser- dog. You are not foolish enough' A If

"No". The result has been most vices were held by the churches of to think that the fact that he will A A t

confusing to the voters of the state. all denominations in every city in get another dog will check the tears

It is not impossible to determine America and in the large cities flowing down that boy's face are Open to the Public |

whether a voter has a fair education abroad. / you?

,by the shape of his crosses on a bal For the past nine months, since ?

lot. Crosses made with two smooth February 22, millions of people in 's'y i

strokes of a pencil indicate a per- all corners of the world have parti- FROGS WANTED :s:

son who Is sufficiently well versedin cipated in what 'was the greatest cel- A x

voting to know he is voting according ebration of history in honor of a ...---- :=!:: Moderate Green Fees' ;

to the dictates of his own National hero. Here's a man who wants some '

mind. On the other hand" crosses: The United States .George Washington large jumbo frogs, and wants them ''I'' ,Exceptional Fairways i

made with wavering lines, taking up Bicentennial Commission is now in a hurry. The News indirectly re-

more space than is provided on the busily engaged compiling detailed records ceived the inquiry from the Chamberof *; Interesting Grass Greens

ballot would indicate a person whose of the Celebration. While Commerce in Miami, to whom the y yy

mind is not as clear on the pointof these cannot be available for several original request for data concern- ';;

how to vote as he himself would months, the highlights of the Cel- Ing frogs was addressed. It Is pub- ....' 'Th .

wish it to be. ebration are here set down. lished In the hopes that someone interested :;: r yy t

In the past election it was our Active work of the Commission, in turning a few frogs into

privilege to watch the votes being with President Hoover as Chairmanand cash will take the 'matter up direct _: The Most Popular

canvassed, to notice carefully how Congressman Sol Bloom as Asso- with the Californian who wants the .

the crosses were made, and that experience ciate Director, began some two years frogs. { Recreation Center
gave us first hand informa- Los Angeles, Calif. ::: i: .f )

tion as to the voters reactions whenan ago.A conservative estimate by the Bicentennial Nov. 4, 1932. .. : 't"

attempt was made to vote on Commission claims that Chamber of Commerce, j.:;.: In CiewistonPAGB '

the amendments. From our observ- more' than one million different Bicentennial Dear Sirs: ::

ations we aro convinced that the Celebration programs Can you put me in touch with : \... J i.z

present confusing method should be took place during the nine months some one who can ship me those {o t

changed, and in its stead we offera period. large Jumbo Frogs I hear about :;: 'f

more simple method of allowingthe The United States Commission has there? Can use a large number each h ?

voters of the state to definitelyshow distributed, without charge, more month. t

whether or not they are in fav- than 12 million pieces of literatureIn Yours very respectfully, Clewiston Golf Course I!

or of future proposed amendments to assisting local committees. R. D. MUMFORD i.

our constitution.Th Nation-wide educational contests, 633 Heliotrope Drive x IA

e proposed amendments shouldbe In elementary schools, high schools Los Angeles, Calif. f

printed only once, then under it and institutions of higher learning The letter was sent by air mail + ?y

print, the words "Yea" and then "No" i (Continued on page Four) so Mr. Mumford wants quick action .y:..r:.. r:... ,< :-) >>xo(,, :,,)ox,,:":" :":"X"--"X"O(":"; :'




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Personal Mention I unbap I ikfjool

'.. 1Le)50n

Miss Clara Schiller spent theweek .< '
end in Winter Haven.
Subject: Stewardship of life.
--- ASHINGTO?\ S JIRSTROCLAMATIO III Golden Text: "First (they) gave
R L. Murray, of Arcadia was .; (
here on business Thursday. their 8:5. own selves to the Lord." 2 Cor.

Lesson Text: Mark 1:16-29 Acts
J. H. Roberts, of Chicago, was II ;
: here on business last Thursday.C. ) ?{ 26:12-19.
ij "Important as Is the stewardshipof

money, the stewardship of life is
: E. Miner spent the week-end in "' '
: : vastly more important. It
Fort Myers with his wife and baby.M. includes
; !DI
: 'I the use for God of our riches our
:: ;/ :, I''
D. Martin of Atlanta was 'k ., I worldly possessions, and adds the

among the out of town business men :., Instead f issuing a new Thanksgiving Day Proclamation this : II Ill employment for him of our abilities -
? of all times, our time, our
I here Monday. :. ,:. '. year, President Hoover has used the text of the first Thanksglv- ,' strength' our ambitions, our emotIons -

II I W. D. Scaggs, of Tampa was in j ':=: : ing Proclamation which 'was issued by George Washington back and affections, all that wo
( have and ,are. It is in this larger
week.Clewiston transacting business this ,': :> In i$79 In proclaiming Thanksgiving, Washington said I'IIItjerea I''I sense we are to study stewardshipin '

this lesson.
.I A noble example of this
Ben Doerk, "of Chicago, formerly 'I II

of Clewiston, was a visitor here a !). it is the duty of all nations to acknowl- Moses stewardship was called is the, as career we have to already which
few days this week.

; I edge the providence of Almighty God, to obey His will, II III the studied last it quarter.in the Though second lesson reared in of
I Mr. and Mrs. John W. Troegerand
of Wniter Park be for His benefits and I the Egyptian court he had been for
son, arrived I to grateful humbly to emplore .
Monday to make this their home. many years' a fugitive, a poor man
His protection and, favor. an obscure shepherd.Our .
I lesson today also tells us
H. L. McDonald, of'the Clewiston
i about Isaiah, who tells of his call
Motor Company, arrived here last
Thursday on a business visit. j H i Oh1 therefore: I do recommend that all from God (Isa. 6:8) thus, "Also I
we may.. heard the voice of1 the Lord, saying

Mrs. C. L. Downs Mrs. F. D. Duff' Whom shall I send, and who will go
unite in rendering unto Him our sincere and humble !
for us? Then said I, Here Am I;
./1 and Mrs. Fred I. Hill, were visitors I "
a in West Palm Beach last Friday. thanks for his kind care and protection of the people send me.
Moses and Isaiah were differently;

Miss Mary Kline spent the week- of this country, for the signal and manifold mercies and i prepared for work and were differ.
end In West Palm Beach visiting her I ently called. Moses was educated a$

mother. the favorable interposition of His providence, for the I an Egyptian prince and then spent
40 years as a shepherd in Midian

H. T. Hanover returned to Clew- great degree of tranquility, union and plenty which we {I where finally he was through a

iston Friday from a short business burning bush, attracted to God who;:

trip to New York. have enjoyed, for the civil and religious liberty with gave him the unexpected call to deliver .
his people from Egyptian bond-

F. H. Leigh, of Ft. Myers was which we are blessed. age. Isaiah was df the ruling classes

among out of town visitors here on of the Jews, educated in the He..

business the latter part of the week. brew schools

tab also, that we may unite in most humbly of- i Moses had for years lived quietlyand

r W. P. Stuart, of Oneco, near Bra- almost alone, while Isaiah livedIn
; denton, was a business visitor here fering our prayers and supplications to the great Lord i Jerusalem In the most. cultured

t I last week. and Ruler of Nations and beseech Him to pardon our I society The work of the to which Israelites.each was called

i Mrs. C. D. Bever of Fort Myers, and was different from the other. Moses
other transgressions.
I national
spent a short time here Tuesday on i was to carry God's messages to the

I business. iI Egyptian king and act as God's

f 1 I I agent In bringing the plagues, upon

\ Tommy Jones, of LaBelle spent i the Egyptians, and finally to lead the

t the week-end in Clewiston visiting I Israelites and train them from a

friends. <- mass of slaves into a nation of peo
4.T pIe.
',' V
Ii E. E. Mallard and Frank George Isaiah was called to go among

b { of Canal Point.wer e visitors 'here the priests and teachers of this,

r": II Sunday evening. .' R. Y. Patterson was a business Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Taylor of MAN IN THE MOON race, God saying to him, "Go, and

-\ visitor in Miami Wednesday.Mr. LaBelle were visitors in Clewistonlast tell this people, Hear ye indeed, but
Mrs. J. A. McGehee and children Thursday where Mr. Taylor had Students of the Clewiston High understand not; and see ye indeed,
! spent Sunday in LaBelle visiting and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson and come on business connected with but perceive not."

I friends. sons, were visitors n West Palm the distribution of federal unemploy- High School are planning a presentation Moses was slow of speech while
ment relief funds. of a three-act comedy here be-
Sunday. Isaiah was an orator of high type
I Melvin Harben and Bill Blakely of fore the Christmas holidays, which Each of them devoted his life to

More Heven, were visitors here a Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Buxton are Mrs. C. L. Downs will be hostess begin December 16. "The Man In the work God, gave him to do.
while ,Monday on business.C. the parents of a baby girl, born here
I to the Ladies Aid Society of the Community the Moon" has been selected as of- In the new testament we are told

Tuesday. I church at the Clewiston Inn how Jesus called men to work for
L. Downs and S. R. Connel fering a bountiful supply of comic
were [ Thursday afternoon., This is the him and to spread his gospel. "Nowas
business visitors in Miami over the Miss Mary Bush and Glen Ether- situations to amuse the audience.
regular November meeting of the he walked by the sea of Galilee,
weekend.Mrs.: ton were guests of Mr. and Mrs. society.A. Miss Sue Maxwell will have chargeof he saw Simon, and Andrew his brother -

W. S. Harvel, in Boynton, Sunday.Mr. the production, and says; the casting a net into the sea; for
J. W. Frealey and Mrs. T. S.
A. Munroe, local of cast of characters'will be announced they were fishers. And Jesus said:
Warren and B. Henderson were Sat- and Mrs. W W. Preston who manager
the Western ,Union, returned Tues- Monday, at which time work on the unto them, Come ye after me, and I
urday visitors In Ft. Myers. I have been in Chicago, returned to
day night from Moore Haven wherehe ,play will start. will make you to become fishers of
and will make their
had been relief In the men. And straightway they forsook
Mrs. J. S. Willingham and Mrs. home here.
place of Mrs. Melvin Harben who had their nets, and followed him. And
Pete Wilson of Moore Haven, were COURT HOUSE BURNS
been ,on vacation for the past ten when he had gone a little farther
shopping in Clewiston Saturday.
Dr. and Mrs. S. J. Simmons spent
days. thence, he saw James the son of Zeb-
the week-end in Gainesville where Trenton, Nov. 19 Fire of unde: edee, and John his brother who also
Roy Green, ,A. C. L. agent, left
they went to attend the homecomingof
termined origin early today destroyed were in the ship mending their nets.
Tuesday for Orlando, where he was the University of Florida. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Redelsheimer
the Gilchrist county court house And straightway he called them: and
called to attend court. and son, Billy, left Friday for Mi-
s.1 here. Many of the records were destroyed left their father Zebedee in the
Harry Peter, Sr., deputy U. ami where they were called on account ,
but others filed in the vault ship with the hired servants, and
J. H. Sims division maintenance Deputy Marshal, of Tampaspen t a I of the death o.f Mrs. Redel- "
were saved., The building was a went after him. You have often
--: supervisor of the Western Union short time here Thursday enroute to sheimer's aunt, Mrs. Ora Wofford.Mr. .
frame structure that formerly was heard of the Apostles James and
\ Telegraph Company of Lakeland was West Palm Beach on business. Redelsheimer returned the following -
a school house. Officials estimatedthe John, and Andrew and Peter, and of
I ,: here on business Tuesday. day while Mrs. Redelsheimer
J. damage at $15,000 and said a the work they did for Christ. They
\ M. G. Langford, principal of the and Billy remained until Monday. meeting would be held Monday to had to be trained and strengthenedfor
,I Mrs. F. K. Foster, of Ft. Myers, Clewiston high school, spent Tues-:
plan construction of another building the work, but they finally be-
I! arrived Wednesday to spend the GARDEN CLUB, MET WITH
I day evening in West Palm Beachon came competent, earnest workers for
Thanksgiving holidays with her hus- business.E. MRS. SPICER THURSDAY
band her -, Colonel Wallace' F. Stovall, former tho Lord.
The Clewiston Garden Club which owner of the Tampa Tribune and the On his way from Jerusalem to
B. Bethea, Halson Avant Lu- of three million Damascus Jesus appeared in a great
Miss Eleanor Wintle returned Monday includes members from South Bay, owner dollars worthof
from a weeks visit with her par- ther Lowe, and Allen Baxley were held its regular monthly meeting last Tampa's best office buildings, is light to Paul, who said, "Who art

ents, Capt. and ]l\Mrs. A. R. Wintleof among those attending the football Thursday with Mrs. L. L. ,Spicer at an applicant for the position: of collector thou Lord? and he said, I am Jesus
Fort Myers. game in Gainesville last Saturday. her home here. After a short bus- of customs at Tampa under whom thou persecutest. But ri-.p,

iness meeting the members of the : the incoming Democratic admi dstra- and stand upon thy feet; for I have

J. H. Roberts of Chicago, an offi-' Miss Mae Drew left Wednesdayfor club were shown the variety of flow- tion lIe says he "needs "the job appeared unto thee for this purpose,

cial of the United States Sugar Cor- Miami where she Is spendingthe ers and shrubbery recently plantedby because his properties do not return I to make thee a minister and a wit

poration, was here a short time on Thanksgiving holidays with'' her Mrs. Spicer at her home and revenue sufficient to pay taxes and ness both of these things which thou
business Thursday. brother Frank Drew. around the Clewiston laundry. Mrs. upkeep." That is a very distinct hast seen, and of those things in

i Spicer has transformed her home and case of a millionaire finding it nec- i which r will appear unto thee."

\ Mrs. Thelma W. McCrea, of Or- Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Bigg were grounds into a veritable garden spot essary to go to work and earn a liv We have named some of the great

her duties as chief clerk at the A. among Clewiston residents spendingthe which was greatly admired by mem- ing. He is in every way competentto lights in God's work, some highly

lando arrived Monday to assumeC. week end at the state Univer- bers of the club. fill the position he sees): and his educated, some with little education,

L. depot. sity. Among those, present in the after- services to the Democratic party but all honest, sincere workers. Most

noon were Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw, throughout many years ought to en- of us, you and I, are the small work

"'.. Mrs. Roy Green and son, Roy, left Miss Vilma Rhodes, Miss Sue Max- Mrs. F. D. Duff Mrs. E. L. Stewart, title him to It.-St. Petersburg Inde ers, to whom it is said, "Let the

Tuesday for Plant City to spend the well, Parker T. Wilson and Carl E. Mrs. T. M. Deckman, Mrs. Dan, Deck- pendent. lower light be burning." Will we

!,if Thanksgiving holidays with Mrs. Johnson attended the home coming man, Mrs Ed Utter of Miami Locks, : obey that call?

Green's parents. activities at the University of ,Flor- Mrs. W. C. Worth, Mrs. M. W. Bigg, "Four men in Texas were convicted I We cannot do great things, bat

ida last week end. Mrs W. T. Bailey, Miss Evelyn Schutz of plotting to shoot three Demo- each of us can do something. God
\ Mr. and Mrs.. Ed Utter of South Mrs. J. W. Ezelle- Mrs. W. C. Prew- crats who have been in office so will not judge us by how much we

I Bay, were visitors here last Thurs- Miss Annie Mae Batten, who has itt, Miss Elizabeth West, Mrs W. C. long that it seemed only sudden are able to do, but by how we apply
\ day ,where Mrs. Utter came to at- been the guest of Mr, and Mrs. H. C. Owen, Mrs. M. P. Peterson, Mrs. H. death would dislodge them. The what talents we have; not by the
tend a monthly meeting of the Clew- Avant for the past few weeks, returned A. Bestor, Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, Mrs.A. plotters, it seems to us, were mis- quantity but by the quality and earn-,

I I iaton Garden Club.T. to her home in St. Cloud O. Ward, Mrs. G. B Thomas, Mrs.I. guided. In the first place, it is estness of our work. Select some

last Friday. D. Leydig, Mrs. H. R. Hall Mrs.C. against the law in Texas to shoota work you can do for God and then

I -V. .,Watson, vegetable buyer, W. McDonald and Miss Marion Democrat, and in the second place, do that with all your might. A life
'''. who had been here for the past week Miss Sue Maxwell is spending the Leydig. the old fashioned method of sendingthe of servico acceptible to God can be

!, left Monday for West Palm Beach Thanksgiving holidays In Pahokee perennial officeholder to congress lived oil the farm, in the store, or
where he will make headquarters for with her parents Mr. and Mrs. The Raymond Robins mystery case I Is just as effective."-Pensa- office or a home, and whether ra

the remainder ofth e sea Oll. James Maxwell. Is still a: mystery to most of us. cola News. master or servant.

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I Governor Reviews Record of night-mare, or, yet unsociable by no means. an -unpleasant The 1933 South Florida Fair 1

Four Years Administration sands.Americans It was were easy there to by distinguishthem the thou- and Gasparilla Gala Event I

by the cut of their clothes, and ...

Tallahassee, Nov. 18--Gov. DoyleE. project in the Lake Okeechobce sec- the familiar sound of their accent.It Tampa, Nov. With less than in the world, has already arrived in

Carlton today looked back over tion of the Everglades with the Federal was not quite so easy to distinguishthe 10 weeks remaining before the 18th Tampa where winter quarters have

bis four years as chief executive of Government and the Okeechobee Australian or New Zealander annual South Florida Fair and Gas been established at the fair grounds.

Florida and In a prepared statement Flood Control District co-operating. from the Englishman, or the Pole parilla Carnival gets under way fora Souvenir booklets portraying the

said he believed his administrationnow "Reduction of expenses and improvement from the German. It was easier to 11 day period, beginning January31st scenes of the 1932 fair have been

nearing its end, has been a con- i of service in all State departments determine the nationality of the and closing February 11th, officers prepared by the fair association for

structive one. and in all state institut- Frenchman, the Scandinavian, and and directors of this third distribution through the mails by

The governor's statement listed the ions; establishment of a central pur- the Greek. But in that cosmopolitancrowd largest American exposition have Florida boosters. Particular atten-

following as high lights of his ad- chasing agency which resulted in there were many whose nationality launched the final promotion cam- tion is called to the excursion rates

ministration."A large economies through supervisedmass no one could mistake. I paign which they believe will bring that have been established from

balanced state budget; pay- buying: extension of farm activities saw there dark faces, unmistakably another record shattering attend- points in 28 states, embracing a ter-

ment of current obligations, retire- at State institutions so as African, yellow-faced Chinese, dusky- ritory from Denver, Colorado to the

ment of $2,000,000 worth of road to make the institutions nearly self faced and dusky-eyed Hindoos, and ance.All of the exhibition features that Atlantic seaboard, for the period of

department bills and $6,000,000 of supporting in respect to food stuffs bronzed Persians, and Arabians.One go to make up the statewide displays the fair, with liberal stopover privi-

road contracts; payment of a large and many other commodities." or two vivid figures which I of agricultural products, aug- leges and a 28 day return limit. The

part of the 'boom day debt' for run- Not( Accomplished Bjy. Accident were destined to leave a lasting Im- I umented by several new features rates and travel conditions are the

ning expenses of the state. Commenting on his recital of ac I pression upon me, I shall endeavorto which will involve foreign participation most generous ever awarded an Am-
"Payment of more than $4,000,000a complishments Governor Carlton describe. will be included in the 1933 erican Fair by the various passenger -

year additional funds to the said Florida balanced its budget, cut Long before I saw the shores of fair, General Manager P. T. Strieder association, railway officialssay.

ty schools; paymentof $ coun-I expenses and aided its counties and this country, I was conversant with announces. .,

year on the road and bridge schools "while the Federal Govern- the history of the American Indian. New carnival attractions The Three days of auto racing, a spec-

obligations of the counties. I ment has gone in the red and while I admit, however, somewhat shame- Model Shows of America, Inc., will tacular grand stand entertainment,

"Reduction of the State ad valor- other states have been unable to facedly, that much of my knowledgeof occupy the enlarged midway plaza fireworks nightly, the colorful Gas-

en tax from 14 1-4 mills to 4 and i meet their obligations." him was colored and no doubt where for many years the Jones or- parilla festival and many other fea-

7-8 mills and reduction of the cost "This has not been accomplishedby distorted by an early and perhapstoo ganization held sway. The big new tures will be included in the 11 day

of State government to $15,328,218for accident nor with ballyhoo, but ardent reading of the fictitious amusement caravan, now the largest program.

the fiscal year. by careful planning, rigid economy, adventures of "Buffalo Bill." The ---

"Eradication of the Mediterraneanfruit and painstaking efficiency," the gov- Indian to glamorous and
was me a
day 200,000 women part
fly in the citrus sections thru ernor said. "Nor has it been done romantic figure. I visualized him similar service. This was followedby

co-operation with the Federal gov- by any one man or set of men, but roaming throughout the length and
the children's mpeting the most
for and the combined efforts of devoted transport problem is
ernment; final approval by breadth of the United States. WhenI of all usually

start of actual work on the $9,000- public officials and a courageous patriotic first arrived in New York I almost inspiring perhaps ; 100,000 viewed from two distinct attitudes.One .
I children lifted their voices in
000 flood control and navigation : citizenship." expected to find him, feathers, shawl, ; praise, and thanksgiving up to God. is that the railroads are being
unfairly treated and that all common -
complete :
and tomahawk awaiting me -1'
But the triumph of the congresswas :
FLORIDA PAYS DEBT OP aeum potrait of George Washington. at the docks. I to From early dawnon carriers should be regulated as \' ...
yet come.
AUSTRALIA in America receiveda much alike as is feasible. The other
GRATITUDE TO Every library But I was disappointed. I have the morning of, June 26, crowds
is that the railroads industry
: are a dying -
of the Commission's
copy special lived for three years in America and were seen wending their way toward

(Continued from page one) flag chart showing all the flags us- during that time, I have seen only the Park for the final service which I and that there is no profit in

being made in the hope that some ed in the Revolution. Every Post [ cramping the style of progress by
one of two Indians and these in a was to herald the close of the con-

of the parasites will arrive in Aus- Office has received a large poster of none too romantic setting. Yet in gress. By noon the Park was cover- extending strict regulation to their

tralia alive and become established. Wakefield, Washington's birthplace.More Dublin I saw a real Indian who ed by a dense mass of moving people competitors.To .

than one million copies of might have stepped forth from the 'marshalled, however, into orderly many uninformed or unthinking -
The total journey consumes the George M. Cohen song, "Fatherof pages of "Buffalo Bill." He walked formation by a group of efficient vol- persons, this last argument is a

four weeks, less: than one of which the Land We Love" were distri- persuasive one. We see trucks
about on the streets, and in,the park unteers.. At 12:45 p. m. the service

has been spent outside of cool stor- buted. This song was written for with his tremendous tiara of plumes began. The Pontifical High Mass carrying merchandise and! freight

age on the steamer. It is hoped that the Commission by Mr. Cohen as his towering up like a grove of palm was sung by an American archbishop, where, a few years ago, the rails
tribute to First Presi- were supreme. We see buses ply the
the cool storage will retard the development trees. Under that was the unmis- who, it is interesting to note, was

takable high-featured face mouldedin at one time bishop of the diocese of highways loaded with passengersthat
of the parasites so that
traveled railroad. It's
once by
special Bicentennial quarter dol- copper: the relentless mask of St. Augustine. He was assisted bya

they will not emerge from the lar was minted and put in general of my boyhood dreams. And under choir of 2000 members. Count easy to believe the "dying industry"

pumpkin ,bugs until after their arrival circulation. A special medal was also that was' the dark decorous vestureof John McCormack lent his magnif- argument. :

in Australia.In The figures, however, paint a different -
minted which the Commission an ecclesiastic; for this man was icent voice to sing the "Panis An-

sending these friendly parasitesto awards for meritorious service in both an Indian chief and a Roman gelicus." story. The railroads still

far-away Australia, Florida is connection with the Celebration. Catholic priest. I think anyone will carry the most ,of the heavy tonnageof
As I the
gratefully repaying a debt which she Wakefield, the birthplace of Wash- agree that one does not see that typeof which gazed down enclosure, the country. They still move

and California owe to that country. I ington, has been restored andturnedover figure walking down the street was and specially that reserved for the about 75 per cent of all freight,, ton-

Many years ago Australia sent over' to the national priests, saw vast congre- nage. No other medium has arisen
government as a every day.A estimated
the Australian ladybeetle, which.saved shrine. dignified Indian from the far- gation, at 1,500,000, kneel that shows any sign of being ableto
ing with bared and bowed
our citrus groves from destruc- heads, on ; take their place, particularly on
More than million off Orient
thirty GeorgeWashington was a conspicuous figure.
tion the scale. the grass, I happened to think of the
by cottony-cushion long hauls-Exchange
memorial trees have Judging from his appearance he famous
words of Julian the Apos-
More tolaemus recently we have received Cryp- been planted since February 22. might have, at that moment, walk- tate, who had ruthlessly persecutedthe

ladybeetles, enemies of The Commission collected ed out of Hindoo
practically a temple, or a
in the fourth
and other century,
mealybugs, parasites from all of the famous Washington Persian He tall
I George mosque. wore a in endeavor to their
an stamp religon
the same country. And by reciprocating -' portraits which been turban and his vestments of
have were a from the face of the earth. Con- /
the Florida r
Experiment Station exhibited in the Corcoran Gallery of cut and pattern new to the western vinced at last the utter impossibilityof .

entomogolists are enabling the I: Art Washington, D. C., during world. The darkness of his face the evil
of task he had set himselfto ,
entomogolists countries
l the Celebration. This is the first was emphasized by a luxuriant beard New
join forces in their battles accomplish, he was forced to exclaim -
against time that these famous potraits have that had turned gray. Here was a his
Insect on death-bed, "Galilean,
been gathered under roof. link between the East and
one the West, Thou hast !"
conquered Here Christ!
Abroad, seventy-eight countries the Orient and the Occident. Such had
DAVE SHOLTZ STUDIES I conquered. Truly when Saint
VIRGINIA'S FINANCES have participated in the Bicentennial I an appearance in Dublin, at the time Patrick brought the faith to Ire- locationH.

Celebration. This was a spon- : struck l no u'nh<,rmoniou))? note;. it land, 1500 years ago, he planted it

taneous movement, without official was truly indicative ot 'the unity
(Continued from page one) in a rich and fruitful soil, for the J. Farris, formerly at
invitation from our government. and universality of the church, for
departments and to adopt a systemof I natives of that western isle, are as Pool Room Barber Shop,
this with keen I
man a and vigilantface
co-ordination and more Intelligent spiritual-minded today, after centu- has opened the Civic 'Cen

co-operation. For example, he WHEN DUBLIN WASN'T DUBLIN was a Roman Catholic bishop.I ries of religious persecution, and ter Barber Shop, and is
saw a German bishop, who had
established a State highway system their simple faith as pure, and as specializing in Women'sand
led a delegation from Danzig. After-
and in so doing, dispensed with the (Continued from page one) fervent, as it was when Ireland was Children's haircutsI
wards I heard that his
name was
known throughout the world as "In-
county system of road
building pressions, and to describe some of O'Rourke. Interested to find out "
sula sanctorum et doctorum the
which up to that time had flourished the unfamiliar characters I encount- how a German could bear a cogno- will appreciate your
island of saints
and scholars.At .
concurrently at a burdensome expense -\ ered patronage
in Dublin.
men, so typically Celtic, I discov-
conclusion of
the the mass.
with the State highway organ- Ordinarily, it is a pleasure for anyone ered that he was a descendant of
crowd was marshalled into
ization. pro-
to visit the Capital city of Ire- of those
one wandering soldiers, who
cessional form. The delegations from
Duplication Saved land. It is a city old, yet new. Boasting went forth many centuries ago, froma Civic CeilterBarberShop
'In the various countries bore with them
this the State saved
way was all the conveniences of of harassed
any and defeated Ireland, to
their banners and in
the heavy cost of useless duplicationin many instances,
our more modern cities, it yet retainsan offer their services to alien princes.
were arrayed in their national cos-
highway construction
and main-
old-world aspect, in its buildings, Thirty thousand of these soldiersat
tenance. As a result of GovernorByrd's of which date back :
many to the six-
one timeflsailed for France, sub- Then '
began the long march
administrative reform in the
tenth and seventeenth centuries anda
sequently to bear triumphantly the
through the city. At the rear of
promotion of of
economy, : few even to the thirteenth and standards of many European na V
dollars were saved to the fourteenth, in the formation of its tions. what the procession marched 10,000vest-
taxpayers.i I They formed was knownas
ed priests next
Virginia built hundreds of came bishops,
streets, which wind ,
zigzag throughthe the Irish Brigade. H. J. FARRIS
Home two hundred of them, followed -
new public highways without issuing I
city, and its modes of
convey- The faith of the people was superb -
bonds for the by 12 cardinals; and finally the
money policy
i ance; for here the horse and buggy, To a stranger it was simply
papal Legate
bearing with him the
pay-as-you-go being pursued.It .
and the Irish jaunting car have not
awe-inspiring. :More than that, it 'Blessed '
is also true that the
State of
:yet entirely given place to the auto-
was contagious, for many who had
five mile
a which
Virginia ,
pays no interest on a bond-
mobile. Even the dress of the peo- come to see, remained to pray. One
lasted for three
hours the
ed indebtedness. Because of these crowd had
ple is distinctive. Side by side with could not help but feel that to these
and other reforms inaugurated and reached and congregated around a
the fashionable young man, bearing people, their religion was a living,
erected altar
:practised rigidly by Governor Byrd specially on O'Connell's PureBredGuernsey
I the hall-mark of a Grafton street vital thing, an essential part of their
he finished his constitutional four I Bridge. The cardinal Legate
tailor, one occasionally sees another very being. There was little osten-
term with pronounced solemn benediction. Immediately -
year a treasury balance of
wearing the national costume, a modeof tation of that fact. I saw no gloomyor
about $2OOOOOO-thus afterwards the sweet and
turning over
dress similiar to the Scottishkilt solemn faces in the crowd. All
three years ago to his successor Gov- joyous notes of the 'Te Deum,' that
; while, taking the place of the seemed happy: as well they might,
Pollard hymn par excellence of thanksgivingand
a house in order and
I hat and coat, coleens may be seen since their conception of religion is
ready for closest inspection. lovebroke the silence of the
draped in shawls of many colors. as much opposed to unhappiness as
Aside from an expression of his evening air. It was taken up by
Ordinarily, as I have said, it is a heaven is to hell. There was that
I the crowd. The final note faded
determination to give the people of glad Bull
pleasure for anybody to visit Dublin. atmosphere of faith, for the most
Florida the best State administrationof : away; it was the end: the Eucharistic -
For me it has an added pleasure that part unexpressed, but always felt. I
which he is congress was over.
capable of, devisingand
I have there many friends whom 1 One sensed it in the faces of the
maintaining by adopting and enr Next day Dublin began to returnto
enjoy visiting. But Seven Weeks Old
during the Eu- people, in the orderly movement of
forcing the highest standards of its normal life. The crowds
charistic congress week, the pleasurewas the crowds; it permeated everything. rap-
sound policy and efficiency. Govern- idly dispersed. Many of the visitorsset
not quite the same for Dublinwas
Though all Ireland was 'en fete', it
or-Elect Sholtz did not reveal his out to tour the country, while .
not quite the same. Dublin for was evident that this was no ordi- FOR SALE CHEAP
:purposes or his plans. some embarked on the ships that
once was not Dublin.
It was more nary holiday. The calmness and
like dream of Babel were to bear them across the ocean,
or day of serenity which pervaded the entire
THE CLOSE PP'THE BICENTENNIAL general Judgment. back to their native countries. It
city, the surpressed happiness which Dam is milking 30 pounds
CELEBRATION was with a feeling akin to sorrow
Forcing my way through a dense diffused itself among the crowd in- daily; of finest stock. Maybe
that I the change comingover
crowd of people, as I entered the dicated the fact, that here all were seen at Crow building.
(Continued from the city. Dublin began to look
page two) city I heard snatches of conversationin united by the bonds of a common
have been conducted by the Commis- more like Dublin. My dream of
languages I had
never heard be- purpose, a common duty, instigatedby
sion. More than two million American fore. Among them, however, I detected love. Love of God alone could Christendom had vanished.

boys and girls have participatedin French, a few words in guttu- have brought that cosmopolitancrowd

these contests. ral German, an occasional word In together, for at the congressover It's{, a hang of a note when peopleare JE

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the schools of America more than had to look at the faces of the speakers June 24th, 250,000 men took government. Florida Times-Union.

one million large sized lithopraphed to try and discover the language part in an open air service in the Who's Paying. ?-Ft, Pierce News-

copies of the Gilbert Stuart Athens they were speaking, Jt was like a Phoenix 'Park,' On the following Tribune, ,