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: February 24, 1933
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
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notis - ACA5652
lccn - sn 95047264
System ID: UF00028415:00411
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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I.I..Directors Express Satisfaction With Company sW.. Operations I

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the 45 pupils of the Clewiston The most recent donation of the !
high school examined recently for Parent-Teacher association to tb.3
WILL BE SECTION diphtheria, only three were found to During the past week a num- Clewiston school includes a complet : AND MEN
, be sucestible. These were given thefhs't I
ten-volume enclyclopedia which was
j. : ber of records for the propertyof
AT CLEWISTON treatment Immediately and will the U. S. Sugar corporation received at ,the school library last I II AT DINNER MONDAY
F f, undergo their second course of treat- were.established' as follows: week. The set also includes a com ,
r, mont early next week, Prof. M. QL..ngford -. : I plete service to keep the volums update I II
principal, said. Greatest tonnage of caue cut tc for a period of ten :
Dr. Pease, representing the State in the fields in one week. ,
l I It was enthusiastically received by SPLENDID RESULTS
TWO SEPARATE UNITS; Board of Health, visited the Clewis-
The highest tonnage of cane the school with the thanks of the POSSIBLEThe
a, FLOO GATES ALSO ton school recently and was high ground by the Sugar House in !teachers and; pupils to the P. T. A.'s.
in, his praise for the sanitary conditions
for their
PI week.
I one results of the operations ot
I" Clewiston is again the focal pointof found in the building and The highest yield ever recorded the United States Sugar Corporationwere
about the .
interest of contractors- who con- campus.SHERIFF on the property.The reviewed Monday evening at a
template entering bids on the next "'- largest and DAN BEARD TO ,BE dinner tendered to the board of directors -
daily weekly
section of' federal levee, which according suprintcndents, and depart-
t, to an annuoncement made 'BOB BAKER production of bags of sugar. ment, heads by Clarence R. Bitting,
l some time ago, will be ..the se.c'tion I The heaviest dailyand weekly its president. The progress the com-
i between the McWilliams contract and, shipments of sugar from the pany has made showing the increased
11 I .r. Bare Beach. This part of the work DIES SUDDENLY AT property. efficiency was testified by statistics

.. I(, will probably be awarded in, two separate presented by J. J. Harrington, vice-

L \ "I' contracts. since a, part (Westof PALM BEACH HOME ---.- president and general manarer.
Clewiston) is shown to be best The directors expressed their satisfaction "
, ) fitted for hydraulic construction, and TiP MERCER TRIAL and complimented membersof
the part between Clewiston and Bare STAMPING OUT, ASHLEY GANG INVITATION, TO PARENT the organization who made possible'
;: Beach will be built by draglines. SON BANQUET TUESDAYDan the improvements in the operation
j r The original schedule calls fort SET FOR SATURDAY this year over the precedingyear

t advertising for bids on these units BEACH SHERIFF Beard,high commissioner of which were based on the seven:
, _: about the first of March. Already the Boy Scouts of America, will be percent increase in the tonnage of

.' contractors are on location here Sheriff Robert. C. Baker, for ten IN' CIRCUIT COURTTWO the guest of honor of the Clewiston cane ground over last year's mart;

1 studying the soil composition, and ''years sheriff of ,Palm Beach county, troup of Boy Scouts at the' Parent- at a corresponding period; a 25 percent
getting data from the sub-office of died suddenly yesterday morning in Son banquet to be given at the Clew- increase in the number of bagsof

t the engineer's office 6n the type oft West Palm Beach :yesterday morning OTHERS INDICTED IN BANK iston Inn, Tuesday evening, February sugar produced; a 17 percent increase -

levee to be constructed. i from cerebral hemmorrage. He was ROBBERY CASE TO BE TRIED 28, according to an announce- in the yield; and a reduction.

,'.' The maps prepared along the lev- i 45 years of age. TOMORROWTrial met made by Scoutmaster Arthur of 25 per cent in the time lost at thesugar

!! ee location shows two floodway : Probably the most outstanding eventin Kirg Ihis week. ( house, as well as the substantial -

gates located in this division; one the career of,.Sheriff Baker,was his of T. O. (Tip) Mercer, Dan :Mr. Beard, probably the best : decrease in the amount of fuel
at the Industrial canal, in Clewiston .extermination' of the famous "Ash-: Blount, and Pete 'Frierson, against known and best loved executive in I oil and other materials used at the

r ;>and the other at Miami Locks. These ley gang" which" had raged a war whom indictments were returned for scoutdom, has been making his 'win sugar house.

floodway gates will be erected at a o'J'': crime in the Everglades for a number the robbery of the Bank of LaBelle, ter home in Punta Gorda and has I Among the visiting! guests present
cost of approximately $100,000 each.It of years before being wiped out will be held in 'LaBelle Saturday.) accepted the invitation of the local were: the Honorable George W..

is planned to have these completed at Sebastian river bridge, in St. Lu- After practically iexhausting the troup to be its guest of honor at Whitehurst, of Ft. Myers; Robert S.

.: .. by Novenmre of this year. cie county in 1924. For years priorI jury panel yesterday to select jurorsfor the parent-son affair. Scout- officials Potter, New, York City; J. Getz, Detroit
_Considerable. comment is being I the extermination of this gang the Mercer, Blount, Frierson case ,from Canal Point, Pahokeo Michigan; J. F. Terrill, New-
made in the de- and Moore Haven will York City S. M. Seymore New York
some quarters as to. ;of bandits, Baker and his forces had the following were selected. E. B. Belle Glade ; ,
-i i conducted a 'relentless campaign Hull, Felda, Arthur Howard, Felda, join the Clewiston troupe in txtend- City; Franklin Benkard, New York:
*'::,. eph Spadaro for, the fourth section [against it. The gang had friends in C. H. Berner, Clewiston, James T ing the welcome to Commissioner City; F. P. Tralles, St. Louis, Mo,
of levee which is located between the recluses of the Everglades to Warnock Felda, Walter McNally, of Beard. Scout executive, Prior, of the Clarence R. Bitting, New York City;

!. Bacom's Point'' and the St. Lucie ca- I whom they would turn for refuge Felda, and U. 'R. Tanner, of Denaud.Mercerr Royal Palm council from Fort Myers J. H. Douglas, New 'York City, ana

nal. Inasmuch as the Spadaro con- I when the forces of the law closed '; :.who has been tried, several will also be present at the function. : W. I .Evans, Miami, Florida.
tract is much lower than' the -govern: 'too 'closely around them. In 1924, times for' 'the robbery of 'central and The 'program as announced by the In his welcoming address' ,Mayor

.:,' ment bid, it is believed that the Baker got wind of their plans, and, south Florida banks is now out on local troup will consist of stunts by F. Deanne Duff stated that the Cityof

contract is being withheld for further leaving his campaign for re-election, bond from a sentence imposed, upon the boys, songs, awarding of Eagle I Clewiston is proud to be the home
investigation. Scout certificates and installation of I of the U. S. Sugar corporation, and
,"" secured the assistance of Sheriff Mer- l im for the robbery of the Tropical
t..:. The Spadaro contract on the west ritt of St. Lucie county, and set out State bank at Lake Placid. His troup committeemen for the coming the city was honored to have the

I side of the lake from: Moore Haven to capture the ring-leaders of the case was appealed to the supreme year, as well as' addresses by soma directors' meeting held here. He

; to Lakeport is getting under way bandit gang. With a few deputies court, and it was while he was waiting of the more prominent officials. also tendered the full cooperation of:
:> slowly. A recent shift in superintendents and 'the St. Lucie sheriff he built a for the appeal that the LaBelle The local troup is, desirous of having I I the city to the success of the company

f f: J '; will probably speed up the barricade at the Sebastian river bank: was robbed. He was arrestedin a large gathering of parents, as and the well being of its offi-
well scout, present at the I cers and employees.
work. as every
biidge a few minutes before the Ash- Ft. Myers, and Sheriff Delaney re-
:: ( The dinner is scheduledfor The toastmaster, Mr. Harrington,
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: Ie;" car'was scheduled to cross on its Continued on page ) I
I eight o'clock.Expect. introduced the following speakers:
: F :: : New Handicaps' way north. Red lanterns were, hungat P. E. Bryant, superintendent of the
the bridge to warn of the block- '
/ Eastern division; F. A. Paris, agri-
ing. A gun battle ensued in which list Entries for FundsHendry cultural superintendent of the West-
preparation for
In the Ladies the four members of the gang were ern division; W. C .Owen, assistant
tournament which is to be held on killed. John Ashley, leader, Han-
manager of the Clewiston company;
the Clewiston Golf Course in the ford: Mobley, Ashley's lieutenant, county school officials of
J. Ii. Scharnberg, superintendent
near future, Lloyd Sparrow has an- Ray Lynn, and John Middleton' were Harden Club Show$ and teachers are looking forward *0 the sugar house and mechanical
nounced the following handicap rating the; victims. With the death of the I receipt of the county's share of the '; equipment; W/ I. Evans, Florida
for those whose scores have leaders, the activities of the Ashley $1,500,000 which was announced a* counsel and Clarence R. Bitting
.:_ been filed at the club house: gang were greatly hampered, and Tallahassee to be ready for distribution president; of the company.F. .

Mrs. H. A. Bestor 46; Miss Kath- since that time the rampages have Announcement of the list of en- during this week. E. Bryant spoke briefly on the
.' ,', ryn Deam 58; Mrs. F. Deanne Duff been few.Sheriff. tries in the Everglades Flower Show The funds are derived from the made in the Eastern divi-

{ 18; Mrs. L. C. Miller 60; Mrs Baker and his, father, the which is to be held in Belle Glade sale of automobile license plates, curl sion progress and gave a word picture of the \
W. C. Owen 45 Mrs.. March 11-12 made public this it is expected that another distri-
"_ ; W C Prewitt late Capt. George Baker, were the were change in view since he first came
,,', v '45; Mrs J. P. Percy 40; Mrs. Evelyn only sheriffs the county has ever week by Mrs. G. B. Bradstraw, pres- bution would be made shortly after to the Everglades in 1909.

;, Pace 50; Mts. M. P. Peterson 50; had The sheriff's office now passes ident of the Clewiston unit. March first, when 'another payment Mr. Paris commented on the results -
h ', Mrs. Hoomes Rich 50 Mrs W. M. out of the will be made by the comptroller'soffice
; hands of the Baker fami- In commenting on the Flower obtained in the Western divi-
Redelsheinier! 30; Mrs Tom Shelley ly W. H. (High) Lawrence, longaker's show, Mrs. Rackstraw pointed out to each of the 67 counties''sion, and: predicted even more favor-
:: 50; and Mrs. E. R. Fontaine 60. chief deputy, assumes the that any person living' on the south for school purposes. I able results during the remainderof

'i, New handicap ratings have been role of. sheriff of Palm Beach county east side of Lake Okeechobee from the season.

':!'- given at the, Clewiston Golf Course, until Governor Sholtz maks an appointment Canal Point to and including Moore The advantages of the City Clew

: ... Lloyd Sparrow announced yesterday. toi fill the three years and Haven, were eligible to take part. Suit PostponedA iston, through its location, were
\. :, : Following is the list set by the ten months of Baker's term. "It is the Upper Glade Farm and pointed out by W. C. Owen, who

pro.: Dave Alston 21; Victor Blate Sheriff Baker was made a deputy Garden Club's aim to show our pa- continuance was granted.Mon- directed the attention of the guests

', 40; Jack Barrett 14; H. A. Bestor under his father in 1909 and since trons the quality of flowers, fruit day in the case of Mrs. Roy Will- to several advantages the city has
;, 20; M. W. Bigg 24; H. Blate 21; that date has been considered the and produce raised in this section, iams against J. A. McGehee of tills which apparently were not noted by

'1 ,; Shirley Bowden 16; E. B. Butler* 27; law and order of Palm Beach coun- and the cooperation of everyone who city. The case is being tried in even the older residents.
(; Paul Deam 35; E. W. Digges' 35; F. ty. has what he or she 'believes to be of the Palm Beach coun "' courts, an1! Ihe economic condition of this

tr ,S,,'\ Deanne Duff, 15; Dr Ezelle 26; Fa- Baker is survived his widow interest is solicited," Mrs. Rackstiuw is an' outgrowth of tl. aitciijbla section was referred to by Mr. Har-
by ,
ther Finnegan 22; B. C. Flaniken and four said. There will be no entry fee accident in April of ast yo :r i i rington, who pointed out that Hen-
brothers L. R. Baker
,: publisher
.;' 30; E. R. Fontaine 14; F. M. George of the Palm Beach TimesJ. nor rental space charged, she ad- which Roy Williams w.s )hilled whf (Continued on page four)
: ,. 19; A. N. Gallant 22; A. L Hackett d 3d. The Clewiston unit president his car collided with an empty oil
Ed. Baker, ,manager of the Times,
(Continued on page four) also cautioned that all exhibits must truck of the Standard Oil Companyof
Deputy Henry Baker, and George
be in' place not later than 10:30 onMarch which Mr. McGehee is Clewiston Team DefeatedClewiston
Baker, all of West Palm Beach.
Would VetoSales 11th. agent. Absence of necessary witnesses -
: r,' The flowers, citrus fruits and veg- : was given as the cause of the
Ta.x B & B MovesThe etables have been divided into four continuance. It will be brought to High School basketball
"I' classes, designated A, B, C, and D. trial again March 21st.A team made two trips from the
: Class "A" is open to all amateursin suit was also enteded againstMr. home court. this week and returned
Jacksonville: Feb. 16-Governor B '& B Grocery opened Monday the territory covered by the Upper McGehee by the deceased man's with two defeats. Last Friday the
a.: Dave Sholtz said here today he in the location on Sugarla'nd Everglades club and covers: widow for damages to the car in ,I fast Lake Worth players, who in the

was opposed to a sales tax at this highway formerly opcupied by B. Begonias, Cannas, Calendulas, Car- which he was killed. last half minute jockeyed into lead
: 1\/ tIme and would veto and such F. Fears' position, handed the team a 11-13
'." : measure grocery which went out of anations, Geraniums, Gerbera, Larkspur -
..;'. coming to him from the 1933 business hero a few'weeks ago. Gladioli, Lillies, Marigold, Nas- The world-famous tug boatThree score in favor of the East coast
._ ..: legislature. The entire front of the buildingwas turtiums, Ornamentals, (ferns, etc.) Friends, which prior to the Spanish- team.
' : He said no additional state mil- xe-modeled by S. T. Dodd, Ar- Pansies, Petunias, Poppies, Roses, American war, ran arms and muni- Tuesday night the Canal Pointtown
: J!:, -' lage over the rate now in effect cadia contractor, and presents a Snapdragons, Sweet Peas, Violets tions through the Spanish: fleet for team took the locals measureby

-',, i> would be levied basing his views neat appearance to the main high- and Zinnias. the Cuban patriots, Is still doing a one-sided score of 40-18, as

; ., on the "cutting down of the dead way. W. D. King, local manager, Class "A" also includes the best duty as ,a tug boat at Jacksonville. the more experienced Pointers ou'tshown
{ wood" in the state government and I said the new location, with its en- arrangement of cut flowers; unusual the Clewiston boys in every

getting down to "bed rock" in economical -I larged space, will enable the B&B flowers, unusual flowers or plant The Florida Keys are of coral quurter.;
operations.In to sene its customers better than material, native planted material and formation. According to schedule Okeechobee
his opinion, he said, no addi- the former location In the Hay miscellaneous annuals.In will meet the Clewiston boys on the
tional sources of: revenue would be building. Class "B" the vegetable group Seminole county, second smallest I court tonight, and Moore Haven will

necessary for the operation of the are listed: Asparagus, Beans, Beets, county in the state, produces annually : furnish opposition for the high

state government during the next;. The only sponge fisheries in the Broccoli, Brussels Sprouts, Cabbage more celery,_than the whole stain I I school basketeers on the Clewieton'
two years., United States are in Florida. '(Continued on nage four) of California court Tuesday night.
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The (Clewiston GJ\ews |tj"3B3S CZE BAGASSE 3ft 'PSCGZ'3B5SJC,I <. FLORIDA FACTSAlachua TOO LATE TO BY jr'

Published every Friday In Clewiston. jj VERY LIGHT READING county is noted for the CLASSIFY RUSSELL KAY t;

Florida by the CLEWISTON NEWS, sinks and underground rivers near t

Inc. Last week we had the Clewiston Gainesville. ":.,

Supply company "going to the dogs" You hear a lot of talk nowdays cryin' about it, so I quit worryin' rt
Entered as second class matter. the Ilmanite, zircon, rutile, and sev- -
and checking on employees -
on up about balancing the budget, which ES about the and automobiles Ididn't ,
February 1, 1927, at the Post Officeat the various businesses this eral other rare minerals, are foundin
of I out to and started makin' mental ;
near as can figure means have l'
Clewis ton, Florida, under the Act find the Clewiston Motorcompany's the beach sand below Jacksonville
week, we take the two dollars you spent that credits like this. :>>
March 3 1897. Ilmanite and zircon the
of force "off courting." Beach. are -
you didn't have and match it again.3tthe "I've got good health, two good <
when Carroll only ones which so far have been recovered '' i
Especially Tuesday, two dollars somebody owes you hind legs, a fine pair of eyes, even
devoted to the best commercial quantities.
A newspaper and R. C. Nowling wentto in '
Florida. McDonald that you haven't been able to col. got most of my hair, ''I had breakfast {
Interests of Hendry County,
do theirs and Lang '
Palm Beach to '' know I'll have 4 :t -
lect. That makes two and two equal this morning and 'I
Its leading newspaper. did his in LaBelle. Carroll and R. It was only a few years ago that -
trick if There is a roof
It's do
zero. a good you lunch this noon.
C. went to testify in a damage suit the state Representative' from Key it, but it's darn hard to do on an over my head and while my clothes f/
rate: year$2.00 summonsed to La-: West, when he went' to Tallahassee
Subscription per and Lang was
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clean ;
forced empty stomach. may, not be new; they are t
for the legislative sessions, was
Outsiae of State of Florida .._...$2.50 Belle for jury duty. I But a fellow gave me a new slanton I'm in pretty darn good shape all J;
New York
to water
00000000 go by by ;
I this budget business the other day the way around. Well, by the time ,,
thence South to point in Georgiaby
Advertising rates furnished on ap- Al. Munroe drops in from the a
and I learned that there is more I reached the office, I was feelin'downright
plication. Western Union office next door to rail, and the remainder of the
than one kind of budget and more wealthy.
a'yarn about in distance by horse and buggy.
tell a city manager
than one way to balance it. "The day before I had instructedmy
Business office Clewiston News a small !iown. It seems that the office back over
I had been to the post to stenographer to go
CHwfsiton Florida. Editorial and had lecently built a small arti- Florida produces 81 percent of the
; city I.
phosphate mined in the United get my mail and, as usual, insteadof the books and get up a statement
Advertising, same. ficial pond, and at a meeting of the
had donein
finding a flock of nice little showing the business we
council of the councilmen States.
town one
I checks all I gathered was a sweet January 1932 so I could compareit

Telephone 339 piped up with the suggestion that handfull ,wanted to
of bills. I stood there glar- with January 1933. I
Florida is known as'the "Land ofFlowers"
the city should buy a gondola to
and "Peninsular state." ing at 'em when somebody says: see how we were holding up.
The bright city
place in tho pond.
We need more workocracy and then forward with "Wipe that scowl off your face, "We were so far off comparedwith

less technocracy in the nation. the manager suggestion comes that the city buy a Fernandina is noted for its shriipp seems.Russ, "maybe it ain't so bad as it last year it was pitiful. Then /

pair of gondolas and "let nature packing houses. I realized that my prospective was
I looked;: up and there was a fellow -
From the sounds from: Washington wrong. You couldn't get an Intell- -

it looks like we'll' soon have take its course.00000000 The distance from Pensacola to I hadn't seen for a long time, igent picture by comparing years. .'

pro-hic-i-bilion. It has just been called to my at- Key West by rail is approximatelythe but I'd heard how he'd lost a whole The only sure thing to do under the -t

tention that the first two-wheeled same as from New York to Chi- lot more money than I ever expectto present conditions was to compare

.' > Business was "fair" in Ft. Myers cago. have. He'd been over the falls last month with this month, last
;vehicle built for a motor (motorcycle
last week. Many from here attended ) was invented by a bird named and came out without even the bar- week with this week, or ''yesterday r

the Lee county fair. Austin. Well that explains the ge- St. Augustine is the seat of the rel. with today. So I adjusted my mental ;
Well, we sot to__ taR-in _rimThn__ ___ '
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checked :
neology of the runt automobile. diocese of the Catholic church in .budget again and we J
Why not get out a miniature poc- 00000000 Florida, and Winter Park of the he told me how he and old man hard uary 1933 against December 1932,

ketbook to be in keeping with the The circus has "come and went" Episcopal diocese. luck had got in the ring togetherand and the picture wasn't bad at all.

times? how he'd taken it on the chin showing real im-
In we were
and it is our sincere hope that little
until he was just about ready to checked the last
Bullen got a chance to The Everglades is not a vast provement. Then I
Emily Joyce
The Miami Post calls the Pahokee the "rubber cows" she was ask- swamp of trees and sluggish streamsas lay down and take the' count; he two weeks against each other andit

Kerosene Club a "wick-ed attack on see ing about. That's what she called is commonly believed in some lo began to get used to it, so he decided was better still, so instead of find

tho electric; dollar." the elephants. cations. That part of the Everglades to try once more and come up :ing myself slipping as I thought at
.' smiling. '
00000000 which is termed wild lands, is a huge !first I :was actually: gaining. It pep-

Are the so-called "Taxpayers Lea- We have been bitten by the short marsh covered with growths of 'sa w- "Right then and there," he says, ped me up and we did the best day's

gues" really tax payers or tax dodgers "I started in to balance my mental work in months."
poem fad, which is even more degrading grass.
? budget. For the first time in 20
than the jigsaw"puzzle So just try and adjust your men-

craze. Here is our offering for this Grapefruit is being extensively can- years I was without an automobile.I tal budget and you will find thatit

If you can't afford a jig-saw puzzle week: ned and sent to all parts of the world.St. just couldn't afford one. I walk- will go a long way toward helpingyou

try tearing one of your: letters ed to work every morning to save square up the one that has to
into bits and then piece it, together.Bob that lousy nickle" carfare. Every
Near. Petersburg established the first do with dollars and cents. Remember -
step I took I'd get and sorer-
open-air post office in America. sorer ; an unbalanced budget is a lot
Ripley finds there is more by the time I reached town I was kind '"
the other
NEWSPAPER ADS GET ALL more dangerous than
,water in a tomato than in a glass cross feelin' so sorry for myself I was in
The limequat is betweenthe in the
CREDIT FOR BIG SALES a and there is consolation very
of milk. From the gags'on the milk- no condition to do any constructive -
bad '
and the how
lime kumquat.The thought that no matter
man you'd never., think it. work. I wanted to dump a lot of ,::
Harvey S. one of the broken things may seem, they could be a ,
glass in the street
so every-
tangelo is the cross betweenthe whole lot worse. ,
largest tire manufacturers in the nation -
The modern Miss balks at grand- body else would have to walk liLe
tangerine and the grapefruit.The .
'ma's Idea of sewing all day on a is a firm believer in the news- I did, and it was all I could do to ':' ; .
medium, of productive in industry depends very ". :
papers as a Progress
keep from throwin' rocks at .
but she'll sit all
,crazy quilt, up nightto every '
in the soils of the
peat .
work a jig-saw puzzle. advertising, as is evidenced by a talk street car that passed me. Oh, I largely on the enterprise of deep :"
holds tremendous fuel '
made before the committeeof state possibilities. who ahead of the
recently was a mental volcano. thinking men, are 'i

on hundred in Miami. He said "Then times in their ideas. Sir"William ;i
Walter Winchell will be pleasedto one morning I met a fellow -

learn of the announcement that newspaper advertising and reducing Beach with a clubbed foot and vie Ellis. .qf
Daytona known as the '
science ,has developed a camera! for production costs helped him to con- walked together, and, in spite of his 4 f 1
the of 1920 and to finest ocean beach in the world. line railroad in if t
panic efirst trunk
pay Th
taking pictures,in the dark.They quer affliction, he was cheerful and I '''
off a debt of $45,000,000. started checkin' I knew another Florida was constructed between
'He told the gathering he owed Spanish moss is' an air plant. Fernandina and Cedar Key. -
sry we dream more now chap that was blind and hewasn't J
that amount to banks when he returned -
than our forefathers did. We have The egret is a Florida wading bird
from Europe in 1920 and ,
more to think and about than for
worry prized its plumage.
the ancients:: did, and besides we are found business bad. !RfiJ1filil1Y&! !: !: YI1:11Hi!: !: i !:fil1fil1!: !: YfiYfi! !

naturally working the old think-tank "I told my sales manager to go on Arcadia has a factory devotnig its !: l Ad'y

overtime. a vacation," he said, "then I placed efforts to the canning of rattlesnakemeat

full page advertisements in every which is considered a great ; ffi3 ;:.1, '

So far Miami has not, figured out city in the United States. Within delicacy in some sections of the .1::

how she can get in on the publicity two- 'months I sold 18,000,000 tires country. I

concerning Japan's invasion of China and reduced my indebedness to 32 Day4omDayessfi m 3S

but wt will find a way.-Miami Her- million dollars. Next I cut my expense The coquina rock used in the lower :m <

ald. and readjusted business. In walls of,the Singing Tower near Lake I

less than four years I did not owe Wales, was excavated at National !HiHi -

Every man is said to have his pet the banks anything. We must changeour Gardens north of Daytona Beach. : !: :."':l1fi ,.,<',.

ambition. Whether it be true ,or attitude and concentrate on sim- We lose perspective because of complete absorption y;
fundamentals to busi- '..
ple improve
Gandy Bridge, connecting Tampa
not, I can say for one that I haveno in events of the moment. We lock and think in terms l
other EO great as that of being,ness. Let's make a sacrifice and with the West shore of Tampa Bay, !fi y; .;. ,.
of today, letting tomorrow take of .
care itself. Most
truly esteemed by my fellow men help the other fellow. furnishes a short route to St. Peters- p of us did not know or could not tell when !:fi : .. .
prices were :
3 by rendering myself worthy of their burg and is the world's longest bridge :n :
OX GUARD! too high, and we are ecually reluctant to speak out 'f
esteem. Abraham
Thomas.Edison and Henry Ford established di forcefully now ,when prices are much too low. !Hi: ,<
-- : :;
The citizens of Highlands county : winter homes in Ft. Myers. '

Radio' few broadcasting letters panning companies their receive should bo on their guard in respectto !!Ii: The real lesson to be learned is that in times like !Hiffi: .,.#\(:".

pro- the movement for consolidationof The rare "tumion taxifolium," !fi these prices are no criterion of values. The stock mar-
grams. It is much easier to turn counties. !:Ii:1:
the blame thing off than it is to known as "gopher wood" grows plentifully !fi ket Is an auction block upon which every listed stock ::;;
Much can: be said in favor of the : in the Apalachicola river val- is :
being offered minute
write a letter:: Times-Union. It is L.e. every of the business day for '7:
,.consolidation of small counties andit ley. This is said to be the famous ;n !&
easier pnd'cheaper but sometime: whatever it may bring. Owners of stocks and bonds : ,:-\i4:\;
is quite probable that it will be Biblical "Cedar of Lebanon. !Ii '
we'd "i"e a quarter to cuss out the : should remember that a daily forced auction sale of <
done in some Instances, as it is jus- _
program selectors. tified. But due to the fact that The Waukulla Spring, in Wakulla !:Ii a depression-mad world dumping its holdings on the ;;;n ,

this county is in much better financial -: county, is one of the wonders of 'the !:Fi market does not reflect the actual value of the securi- '>I

The defendant's mother told the condition than its neighboring state. It has a flow of 150,000 gallons !: ties. Nothing brings what it should bring at auction HiI :,'?:: :
been run' over counties it would not be to our perminute, and a glassbottomboat !f. and the "day-to-dayness" attitude of the investing public _
by a buggy, kicked by a horse, 1 ad .
the tourist '
interest to acquire additional terri- an will never restore secuities to their -
been twice unhappily married, 1 ad proper :Y .i
tory along with additional debt in to look into its cave. !:
been operated on for head injuries ;
excess of the value of the territory Hig f
Real estate owners always ; 1.
and resent f
epileptic fits since a childof .acquired. Florida's first Kraft Pulp Mill is b any one quoting
auction prices on real estate "'
Francisco Chronicle. located at Panama City. as a of value, :
And now you'will hush about your There are several counties in the !Ji yet many people are taking force sale prices as a basis Hi! .- '

sinus trouble?-=Starke Telegraph. ::state ulation much than smaller Highlands in area and and there pop- Ringling Bros.----Circus makes its !fi for values. Real estate has been hit with this hysteria !HiHi i ial ?i

----- of the American
winter home in Sarasota. people but a saner public will restore
are only six or seven counties in the ;
What a treat! We
gleaned this state in as good financial condition, !fi real estate and restore it rapidly. Your real estate is :
one from
our contemporary, :Moore !Ii
Florida soil has proved to be always worth :
: peculiarly proportionately to the
Haven Democrat's Citrus so there is little likelihood of this 5 community in which u:
Center :
item: "Mr. Messer of Pahokee stopped ;county and any other being consolidated adaptable to the productionof it is located and a good city will always maintain a high /-1: "'
tung nuts, from which oil
: tung ;:n real estate level. R
in Citrus Center to await but it is probable that some ;
a is made. bids fair
This to become
friend who was to meet his here. !.other county would like to be join major industry. a !Ii f!: ::

la the meantime, the people at the ed with us, which, if allowed, would !:fi The security behind every dollar' invested in Building :;

corner were fortunate in hearingsome probably be a disadvantage to us. Florida is served by the "Condor" f= and Loan stock. is real estate first mortgages on improved HiS: ,. .r

fine music over the radio in We say this not in"a spirit of boasting city property. J.. 1
(18 besides
passengers crew) ,
his car." I nor in an attempt to cast reflect- Ii'
i : the largest commercial air liner in :
ion R'CIewston
on any of our neighboring coun-
the United States. _
Lake Worth Herald: After allit's ties. We only want the residentsof !:Ii. -
!fi .
Highlands county to inform themselves :
in the '
point of view. The
man The lakes; of Florida for the most
who scorns women for playing regarding the conditions and 'part have been formed Home
by the settling : :
bridge all afternoon for a' in case an election is called for the HiHi -
- prize none pf the earth's surface, caused by the
of them purpose of consolidation, be able to
can use, will troll all '
disintegration of the limestone form iI$
, for a fish he ,vote intelligently and to their own
we a't eat.

L. And the fellow who pokes fun at best Interests.-Sebring News. ation beneath. I Building Association i :>:

spending six
center piece for weeks making a fancy Florida has 405 airplane pilots, JI

the dining room table Florida 'possesses 3,751 miles of 13 of whom are women. One hundred
will put in day after day following coast line !fi
or about one-seventh of forty three hold transport li- : ,
a little ball around a; golf course. the coast line ;
'--Clermont Press mileage of the nine- censes. The state has 180 registered -

teen states bordering dn salt w'ator.' airplanes. !fiYYfi!: !:FiY1!: Y;: YfiFiFiFi;!: !: !: !: !: !:fiY1!: i !:Fi. .


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.'11'. and Mrs. D. B. Gore returned I
36th ANNIVERSARY OF PARENT- 1 1Je5 hills from three
hundred to
to their home in Tampa this week TEACHERS ASSOCIATION
unbap t bootFOR than
a thousand
Personal MentionDave feet high. There.
: I[ I after having spent very pleasant IS OBSERVED fore tho sea is very hot at the surface -
visit here.
and great masses of air rise
Founders Day of the ParentTeachers Ott from it. To take their place cold .
Alston called to La- Mrs. Clara Simpson and her Association
was son, was appropriately air rushes in .from the Mediterranean
Belle. on business Tuesday morning.Mrs. Lloyd Simpson, returned to their celebrated at the Clewiston high on the west, from the mountainous
home in Miami Tuesday after school auditorium Friday-afternoon FEBRUARY 20, 1933
\ ---- spending region on the east; and from.
\ R. C. Nowling and Mrs. C. W. I a week in Clewiston. in commeration .of the 36th year ofactivity Subject: Jesus shows his power. snow-clad Mt. Hermon to the north.

McDonald were visitors in West Palm of the organization.The Golden Text: "For I know whe : It ii: focused by the gorges in the

Beach Tuesday R. C. Kaar, of the Petree-Dorr message of the president, Mrs I have believed, and I am persu/ ,.!* .t side of th esoa, and descends upon

company; of Havana Cuba, was visit- W. C. Owen was read, after which that he is able to keep that wh ,its surface with great force and very

Miss Louise Waldron and A. W. ing Mr. and Mrs. H. J. B.Scharn- the attendance was checked, and a I have committed unto him against 1'i sudienly, sometimes when the sky

i .rl J Sias were visitors in West Palm berg this week.R. prize awarded Miss West's room for that day." 2 Tim. 1:12. 13 perfectly clear. Usually these

'S' Beach Sunday. the greatest number of friends at Leson Text: Mark 4:35141;. Mane storms como and ,disappear sudden .
L. Murray, of Arcadia, repre- 5:1-8.
the meeting.Mrs.
i ly, but sometimes they last two or
Mis. R. H. Collins of Coral Gables senting the Harley' Watson automo- W. 1\1. Redelsheimer gave a Practical Truth: Christ's power three days.
bile agency, was in Clewiston Tues- thrift to over nature and demons is a proof
spent the week end here with her delightful reading teaching Even the experienced fishermenwere

husband.W. day on business. the children. -; of his deity. ; alarmed, and appeald to Jesus,

A huge birthday cake was displayed Time and Place of Lesson: A. D. !for assistance. He urebuk d'" the .
Mrs Parker Evans, and daughterand on the center table, the candies 2., Sea of Galilee and eastern shore ",
P. Stuart, of Bradenton, was i wind and it c -"scd to blow; he said
in Clewiston several days of this Mrs. Brent, of Miami were the of which were lighted by Billy thereof. to the Sea, "Peace, be still," and
guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. GradiCt Hooker Bernice Roberta "And the same day when the even
week on business. Guthrie, it became calm-the "rise and fall,
: at the Clewiston Inn Wednesday. "of was come, he saith unto them Let I
Spicer, and nine, others, each I or swell of the sea" at once ceased, '
Howard Milleij left this week for whom gave a ,little verse." us pass over unto the other: side." Even after a storm at sea ceases,
Mr. and his home in Baltimore, Md., after a Mrs. J. A. McGehee, Mrs. A. O. "The same day," means the dcy the rise and fall in great waves,
week's visit in Clewiston. the week-end in Clewiston. They Ward, and Mrs. R M Hare were I on which Jesus had preached from the' "swell of the sea," will contin

are staying in Immokalee during the named as the nominating committee the boat on the western shore of ue for hours This rise arid fall i
Foy Durrance and Miss Bonciel tomato packing season. to submit nominations for the offi- Lake Galilee, as set out in the net caused by the force of gravity-the ,

Stone attended the Lee County Fairin cers at the next 'meeting two preceding lessons. most universal and powerful law ot ;
Mrs.-Van Cothern returned to her
Ft. Myers Friday evening. Delicious punch was served with "Unto the other side-to the nature. It required a violation of '
home here Saturday after having the birthday cake to the 36 mem- eastern side of 'thQ Lake. that law to quiet the sea at ONCE.
two weeks in Lakeland visit-
Mr. and Mrs. Connally Nall, of spent bers present. That is regarded as one of Christ's
ing Mr. Cothern's mother.C. 'And when they had sent away
Moore Haven, were visitnig friends greatest miracles. '
the multitude, they took him even
here a short time Tuesday evening. C. Schrontz, associate engineer, P.-T. A. BRIDGE AFFAIR IS as he was in the ship, and there After their experience with the .i

M. Samuel, and C. H. Orleman, of ENJOYABLE SCIAL EVENT were also with him other little ships. storm they landed on the eastern .
Mr. and Robert Crouch are receivf.J' I shore of the lake Sea '
Jacksonville, returned Thursday aftera -.- In Matt. 8:19122 (as they were or of Galilee -

ing congratulations on the birth of. short business trip to Clewiston.Mr. One of the mose enjoyable social starting across the lake) "And a J
a bay girl here Saturday. "And when he was come out of "'1
function of the Washington birthday certain scribe'came, and said unto
and Mrs .Francis Stokes motored him the ship, there met him a man withan
celebrations was the lovely benefit Master, I will follow thee with-
Major G. W. Gillete, and P. M. to West Palm Monday, where bridge held at the Clewiston Inn ertoever: thou goest. And Jesus unclean spirit, who had been ,

Snell, of the Wilmington, N. C., of- Mrs. Stokes went for an appendix op- Wednesday night. saith unto him, the foxes have holes dwelling among the tombs; and no 1

fice of the U. S. Engineer, were in operation. She is reported as recov- The Washington air was carriedout and the birds of the air have nes; : man could bind him/'ie had been \'

Clewiston Wednesday on business. ering satisfactorily. throughout the decorations and but the Son of man hath not when often bound with fetters and chains, ::
and the chains had been plucked .
in the refreshments. to lay his head. And another of his
Miss Vilma Rhodes, Miss Mae Mrs. J. S. Willingham, and Mrs. Among those present were: Mrs.J. disciples said unto him, Lord, sufferme asunder by him, and the fetters :

Drew, Ernest Theriot and Joe Johnson Walter Jenkins, of Moore: Haven, P. Percy, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. first to go and bury my father. broken, neither could any man tame a"

were among those attending the were visiting Mrs. Roy Alston and Redelsheimer, Mr and Mrs. W C But Jesus said unto him, Follow me; him. And when he saw Jesus afar .
theatre in West Palm Beach Mon- Mrs. Pete Wilson Thursday.C. Owen, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bestor, and let the dead bury their dead. off, he ran and worshipped him,. ,
"I cried with a loud voice, and 1
day night. Mrs. Dave Alston, Mrs. Carl Bern- "And there arose a great storm ,
said What have I to do with thee
V. Parkinson, Miss Bertha Gram, Miss Marion Leydig Mrs I. M. wind and the beat
er, waves into the j high
Jesus thou
Son of the most .3
of Moore Haven, Miss Ulla Jacobsen, Pafford Mrs. E. R. Fontaine Miss ship that ;
so it\ was now full. And '
God? I thee
=Miss Marcia Avant and A. W. Lawrence Deam Howard Miller he in the hinder adjure by God, that :..v,
I Kathryn Troy was part of the thou torment
me not. For he said
iVYYYYYflE f attended the dog races in West R. ,E. Clarke Mr. and Mrs. ship .
Puryear, asleep on a pillow; they unto him, come out of the man, thou '.'
I Palm Beach Thursday night. I Fred Hill, Joe Johnson, Miss Mae I awake him, and say unto him, Mas- unclean spirit." .

Drew, Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, ter, carest thou not that we perish? 'He that had been with .,}
EVERGLADES THEATREBELLE H. R. Hall, Troy Puryear, Eramett:Dr. and Mrs. B. A Bourne, Mr and I and he arose, and rebuked the windand the devil possessed :
prayed him that he might
Land !
Shelley, Tom Shelley, I Mrs M. G. Langford, Mrs. G. O. said unto the sea, Peace, be be with him. Howbeit Jesus suffered t
GLADE E. E. Kelly, Parker Wilson those, andRap attending Wallace, Mrs.; F. J. Hagan, Lloyd still., And tHe wind ceased, and him' not, but saith unto him, go ( ,

McIntosh were among Four-ball. Sparrow, Mrs. G. B. Thomas, Mr. and there was a great oalm. And he sai; home to thy friends,' and tell them ',)

FRIDAY SATURDAY the International Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, and Mr and unto them, Why are you so fearful?!J,how great things the Lord bath done ,-

TALLULAH BANKHEAD golf tournament in Miami Sunday.C. Mrs B. L. Stewart. how is it that ye have no faith?" for thee, and hath had compassion .Ion

Cherry pie and coffee were served A writer describes such storms as thee.: ,,i
ROBERT MONTGOMERYIN W. McDonald, R. C. Nowlingand
follows: The surface of the Sea of Whoever is
: J. A. McGehee were in West blest by Jesus, especially ,
VISITOR FROM CUrjA HONORED Galilee is 682.5 feet below the level those given salvation, should :t
Palm Beach Monday where they were
AT DINNER PARTIES of the Mediterranean. Moreover, it speak to others who have not found
called to testify in the Palm Beach I
FaithlessA county court in the Williams vs. Mc- -.- is surrounded by steep cliffs, and by the Lord as a Savior.

Gehee damage suit. Two lovely dinner parties were -

given this week for Mr. R. C. Kaarof

' 4 dramaticnaming to those Miss Ollie Moorman, who has Havana Cuba who was the guestof A I4bC1eisfoll '-

who liie for todaj'-and for- been visiting her sister, Mrs. E. L. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. B. Scharn- '

get tomorrow. Stpwart for several weeks, left Wednesday berg.
for her home in Macon, Ga. The first was at the home of Mr.

ADDED She was accompanied to West Palm and I Mrs.. Scharnberg Wednesday

Comedy Shorts -and News Beach by Mrs. Stewart and Mrs. J. A. night, and the other at the ClewistonInn ..

McGehee. hosts.with Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Percy fiolf Course

Sunday Monday Tuesday Present at the dinners were:
Col. M. 'T. Hannum, of New Orleans -
Mr. R. C. Kaar, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. '"
Herbert MarshallThe division engineer; Maj. Bev-
B. Scharnberg, Mr. and Mrs,. J. P.
Dunn district of
erly C. engineer
Percy and John Lucaa. '.
phenominal star of I Jacksonville, and engineers C. Nelson -
I and W. Gerig, of Jacksonville I 0 ..
"Trouble in were week end visitors in Clewistonon "A VISION OF TAXATION"The p.en.

IN Paradise"I I I government business. _....' litothe '..,' \'.'' ,

i following verse was sent to : : "
JUNIOR HIGH :DEPARTMENTHAS i the Chicago Daily News by G. A. Pntlbiic :: f

EveningsFor CHAPEL. PROGRAM i Haywood. ;

Washington's birthday was com- II Each day you may see me workingon

merated at the high school audito- the farm.I -

Sale rium Wednesday, with the junior have a littler forty, a chicken coop Moderate Green Fees

; high department in charge. I and barn.

6 After singing the opening song, I love to work upon the farm and

SARI WITH)-MARITZA 'America," devotional was held by i keep it neat and clean. Exceptional Fairways .

D. W. T. Bailey, who also gave an ,But when I'm in my bed at night,
interesting story of Washington. I I have such'awful dreams. ":
of the Seventh grade
LUCIEN LITTLEFIELD Pupils gave 'I see taxes on the ceiling, I see taxeson .
the biography of Washington.A 'I the wall,
1 I She found that love cannotbe poem"Washington, the Nation
I see taxes in the kitchen, I see taxesin
Builder was recited by Mildred I
bought though some may the hall, The Most Popular Recreation'
sell honor.. -- Brantley.A i I see taxes in the dining room, I see .
play entitled," Washington and I taxes on my plate., Center In Clewiston
ADDED French and Indian War "
the was .
I believe I can taste taxes in every-
Comedy Shorts -and News given by junior high school puipil. ,thing I eat.I C.
After singing, "Father of the Land __
,M... ,
,rYe Love," Washington's rules of believe in paying taxes, I believein .5.' :;u

Wednesday f--- Thursday civility and conduct were read by being sane, : y :i : t

Althea Ford. I believe these unjust taxes are taxation .==-....- -- .
KING VIDOR'S Bobby, and Dick Patterson and of the brain, .
SPECTACULAR PRODUCTIONof Betty Hooks delighted the audience I see taxes on my children, I see

with their rendition of "Mud Pies." taxes on my wife,
I see taxes on my income, I see

Bird of ParadiseDOLORES
MISS KETTL'S HOME The next bum rap that we predict

with no one can compare;
DELIUO A delightful benefit bride was heldat It's, a meter on our windpipe, then

---and- the home of Miss Beatrice Kettl tax us for the air.
Friday evening with Miss Kettl and :

JOEL McCREA Mrs. E. R. Fontaine joint hostesses.The I Tupelo honey, produced In the

The greatest melodrama of enjoyable affair was given to Apalachicola river valley, is the only

t 4 the stagc----on the screen in raise funds for the guild of the St. honey known that does not granu-

a blaze of glorj A drama of Margaret's catholic' church.At late or become rancid. SPRING CROPSThe

forbidden love beyond the the conclusion of play 'delicious The world's largest commercialair

pale of white men's murals. refreshments, were served to: base is at Dinner Key, Florida
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hill, Mr. and (Miami).
ADDED M rs. H. A. Bestor, Mr. and Mrs H

Comedy Shorts -and News I J. B. Scharnberg, Mr. and Mrs G. B. Approximately 15,000.000'cres of
Thomas, Mr. McDowell Mrs. H. J. Florida's area are covered with for-

'I Oglesby, and Miss Mary Louise Og- ests and second growth timber. Clewiston Co. '
:Matinee Sunday from 3 p. m. lesbyE. J. Rogero, Father Finne- .>'

gan, Mrs. J. P. Percy: Dr. and Mrs. Florida's manufactured products

1I _La.JJ l I B A. Bourne, Troy Puryear, and Mr. annually aio valued:at approximately

and Mrs. W. C. Prewitt. 230000000., ; ; .' ';,'i .. .. ,_. .., ... .
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3. Best exhibit of vegetables I Publisher, Clewiston News, Inc. company as trustee or in any other
TIP fiduciary relation, the name of the per-
BIG STRAWBERRY SET FOR SATURDAY grown by themselves. Clewiston Editor C.Fla..J. Lovvorn Clewiston Fla. son or corporation for whom such
4. Best basket arrangement of Managing Editor, C. J Lovvorn, Clew- trustee Is acting, Is given contain; also state-that
the said two paragraphs
(Continued from page one) vegetables grown by themselves-I Iston Business, Fla Manager, C. J. Lovvorn, ments embracing efflants's full know

FESTIV'AL BEGINS ported finding nearly $30 in dimes; Judged both for arrangement and ; Clewiston. Fla. Is stances ledge and and belief conditions as to'under the circum-' which

sewed in his clothing while he was quality of contents. That C. J. the Lovvorn owner Clewiston: Fla. stockholders and security holders who
in the LaBelle jail pending the ses- 5. Best exhibit of native plant S. B. Beach West Palm Beach Fla. do not appear upon the hold books stock of and the
P. Bryant, Palm Beach, Fla company as trustees
material collected by themselves. M. other than
> sion.of the grand jury. That the known bondholders, mort- securities in a capacity
Frierson and:: Blount were arrested I I 6. Best hand of bananas grown gagees, and other security holders I that of a bona fide owner;to and believe that
has no
MODEL SHOWS OF AMERICA TO about the same time. by themselves owning of total or amount holding of 1 bonds per cent, mortagges or more, this that any other person ssociatlon, or

FURNISH THE AMUSEMENTS Clyde J(a.ldox, of Felda, is to rep- 7. Peanuts. Best two pounds are other securities are: Indirect corporation in has the any said interest stock, bonds direct or or

AGAIN THIS YEAR resent Mercer at the trial tomorrow grown by themselves. None.That the two paragraphs next above other securities than as so stated by
and L. O. Gravely of LaBelle will giving the names of tho owners, stockholders him -
---- -C. J. LOVVORN,
represent the other two who were< WHITEJERNIGANIn and security holders, if any Editor. ,,
PLANT CITY Feb. 22-Final preparations contain not only the list of stockholders }
indicted for complicity in the rob- the booksof Sworn and 'subscribed before me this
for the staging of the as they appear upon
a but also. In cases 18th day of February. 1933
bery. the presence large numberof the company PAUL BEAM.My .
fourth annual Florida Strawberry; where the stockholder or security (SEAL)
Festival here Feb. 28 through March After a two and a half day session friends Miss Irene Jernigan of holder appears upon the books of the : commission expires Nov. 24, 1933.

4, were being completed this week. the grand jury returned the in- Phoenix City, Alabama became the I

Buildings of the exposition grounds! dictments against the three men for i' bride of W. Earl White ,of that city, I

have been put in shape the"1 stage the bank robbery. It also returnee but formerly of Clewiston. The wed .1ITIJl fI-'{} llllilllllllll J IIIIIIIIIIIIII J IIIIIIIIIIIIII iiiilllllllllli IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIA! IIIIIIIIIIIIII! IIIII fthllt.lli.
indictments against Charlie Small for was performed February 18th
set, for ,the annual Flower show arid ding ,
the midway cleared for the moving breaking and entering; John Henry: by Rev. Carl Miller. Mr.. and Mrs. '

in of the Model Shows of America Jones for breaking and entering, and White will make their home with CLEWISTON DAIRYMILK -

Commencing next Tuesday the< Dewey Paul and Walter Pauf Clewis the groom's parents Mr. and Mrs.J. .

'annual 'strawberry fete will ,be auf ton, fcr breaking and entering and N. White, in Phoenix City.
Leonard Paul and Dewey Paul for:
piclorsly opened with the gram
breaking and entering. These four FIRE DEPARTMENT IMPROVEMENT
parade at 1 p. m., with Percy Page c '
indictments grew out of theft of
marshal in charge. Addresses of:
21 1933
Clewiston, Florida. Feb.' ,
welcome to the guests will follow gasoline from cars in Scaled proposals will be received by
welcomed to The trial of Dan Blount and Jim City Commission of.the City of ClEw-:
and visitors officially
with break- iston. Florida at the City Hall until TO DOOR DAILY
who 1
Cross were
the city and festival grounds. The 5:00 P. M. Monday April 3, 1933. for
free acts before the grand stand: ing and entering a filling station in furnishing nIl material and fire figL- I! FROM, T. B. TESTED AND ACCREDITED COWS I
for the equipment necessary for the reduc-I
LaBelle resulted in acquittal
will begin at 3 o'clock and be repeated tion of fire insurance rating from : I Want
at 7:30 in the, evening.The defendants.The fourth class to second class for all cA Modern, Sanitary Steam Sterilized
tried properties in the City of Clewiston
Paul boys were yesterdayand
royal splendor which, annually within. 400 feet of a 'canal or within
marks the crowning of the Strawberry a verdict of guilty returned 500 feet of a fire hydrant Separate
proposals may be submitted for new
Festival queen will again be in against them. and for re-conditioned equipmentThe Note the new on grade j jARaw
evidence on Wednesday evening Bertha Brown, negress, was found right is reserved to reject any cap your ,
of second degree murder and 'or all bids and to waive formalitiesand 4
guilty ; .
March 1, when the Festival Queen to accept any bids that the interest Milk. It folds back milk
Charlie Small entered a plea of guil- ,
will be crowned at a colorful pro- of the City of Clewiston may
ty. Sentences on those convicted is require. 1
gram and pageant commencing at R. T. PATTERSON.
8:30 p, m.CONTRACTOR. being withheld and will probably be Commissioner of Public Works pours out easily without a spat
made tomorrow. City of Clewiston. Florida.M. .
W. BIGG. City Clerk Another in
Feb 24, March 3-10-17-24. ter. improvement


MEN AT DINNER STATEMENTof the service to our customers. -. .-
the' Ownership Management, Etc.,
Required by the Act of Congress of
(Continued from page one) AUKnat 24. 1012.
dry county was the first Florida OF THE CIAEWISTON NEWS

county to discontinue the requestsfor ida published, for October weekly 1.at 1932.Clewiston. Flor- :. We invite you to visit and inspect our plant

Talking about fresh fruits and federal unemployment aid, and STATE OF FLORIDA

vegetables for the hotel table Joe that Clewiston is one Florida city COUNTY Before: me OF HENDRY.a Notary Public in and i Dairy'Co '

M. Spaclaro proprietor of the mag- having no unemployment, and with a for the State and county aforesaid, Clewiston ; 1;
personally appeared C. J. Lovvorn .
nificent Boca Grande Hotel has reduced housing shortage. who, having been duly sworn accord- s ,'. "
the problem to a science. He H. J. B. Scharnberg, superintendent ing to law, deposes and says that he r.yl,; -

has one of the finest citrus groves of the sugar house and mechan- and is the that editor the following of the Clewiston is. to the News best .,', : Telephone 333 I "

In Lee county, up near Bucking- ical equipment modestly referred to of his knowledge and belief, a true "" >
ham. The finest and juicest of tangerines some of the records that have been statement of the ownership manage- DRINK 2IIT.JIFOR: HEALTH 1 ;
ment etc., of the aforesaid publicationfor :
grapefruit, oranges etc., go established during the present year's the date shown in the above caption -'-:

over from this farm to Gasparilla operation. 24, 1912., required embodied by the in section: Act of 411 August, Pos- @m (aiiiiiiiHiiiiiTfeiiiiiiiHiiii! {UIIIIIIIIIIIIII H lIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIII )r,;1jIIIIlIIIlIlIlI IUIIiI 8 :
island by the truck load frequently W.' I. Evans, Florida counsel for tal Laws and Regulations. ,

enough that there is an abundant the company stressed the import- '..rlAI.

supply always at Boca Grande Hotel ance of the sugar industry, not only: --- '"1

y and vegetables-say! His truck in Clewiston and the Everglades but ef.\

gardens adjoining his Buckingham to the state of Florida.

grove are as thrifty looking and The last speaker of the evening

complete as I've seen anywhere. Offhand was the host President Clarence R.

I rmember beans lettuce sev- Bitting who called attention to the 9Strike A Blow At DIpression; !

ral kinds of squash brocoli tomatoes fact that the success of the companywas

cauliflower, cabbage swiss not due to the efforts of anyone

chard (endive onions beets egg- individual but was the result

plant, and canteloupe all growing of the coperation and loyalty of each

primarily for the Boca Grande Hotel department head director and employee Investment and Employment Are Better and Cheaper Than Charity

,tables. And I saw fowls that strutted of the company acting as a

about proclaiming that they and whole which had made the splendid

I, their eggs might eventually be trans- results 'possible.Mrs. .

ported to this Island hotel, and flow- E. R. Fontaine contributedto ( 'r,'
ers-oh, those sweet peas-! -bloom- the entertainment by two lovely

ing for beautifying the hotel. When songs which were enthusiastically 1':1
I remember that Mr. Spadaro has received judging from the applause. ;/ "-. / :_

also sizeable vegetable and flower The assembled guests engaged in ,:0"' :; ,- From where docs :your bread and butter come? From '\:':'

gardens on the island ,I 'do not several sons under the direction of ; \ your own work ,,';,--"

'I, 0 wonder at his success with his hotel E. R. Fontaine.. ',,2, :r. "

proposition. A man who coop- The closing feature on the pro- ';' :""'" From where does yom' work come? ,Fix):u tho need \ ">,t
erates with himself-and with gram was, a series of mystifying performances (
every- .-. ;:, for your services by some other individual en company.AVn ,-
one .else-as Joe M. Spadaro does by Sr. Manuel Ramirez ,' -

would make a success of anything whose black art stunts added to the : -
: : have all been complaining about business being
anywhere.-Geo. E. Hosmer in the pleasures of the evening.The ,
':, bad because our labor or products are not in sufficient,
Southwest Floridian large dining room the I
decorated demand. The chances are that those of .MS who complain .
Clewiston Inn was beautifully ; -
for the occasion. In each ,' A" loudest, have done the most to create unemploy
corner and around the support columns =:c:: r; '. ment. y I

in the center of the hall stalksof ,
(Continued from page one) cane of different varieties toweredto : :: There are millions of Americans who have money to "

20; J. J. Harrington 11; Jimmy Harrington the ceiling. Unique candle sticks spend-and they aren't spending it. They are waiting ,

35; H. R. Hall 16; E. E. made of joints of cane were placedat for prosperity to come beak, for an "Act of God" to
Kelly 18; Charlie Lovvorn 17; H. intervals around the huge "U"
drop dollars in their laps, for a good fairy to shower
,: A. Land 30; Jay W. Moran 25; L. shaped tables and flower bowls cov- 'II "
: them with gold, for a "cure-all" law; to be passed. '
C. Miller 40 J. W. Moore 40
; ; C E. ered with split joints of cane gave <
Miner 30; W. C. Owen 19; W C. the affair an air of rustic beauty.In ,: ., .
Prewitt 25; M. P. Peterson 16; the center of the hollow square r' Those things won't happen. Prosperity will return .

', Hoomes Rich 29; W. M. Redelshei- around) which the guests were seated in proportion as our initiative, courage and determination .

I'I mer 34; L. C. Sturgess 22; G. H. was displayed the 93000th bag of revive. I -

I Small 30; Tom Shelley 8' Emett raw sugar which was produced at .- .
.' "
Shelley 19; L. O. Vinson 21; Dr W. the mill here Sunday. Millions of our homes need improvements, millions of -

I J. White 14; and Parker Wilson 40. ,' pieces of hoa'.ehold equipment should be replaced, millions '
LIST ENTRIES FOR GARDEN, ",-.:_" of buildings should be repainted and repaired1. Improvements "

f' Silver Springs in Marion county CLUB SHOW ../ of this nature can be made at a lower cost -
has a greater flow of water than -..- .-> '
1 any other spring in the wo/ld. The (Continued from page one) ::',' now than at any time in decades. ,'.

volume is ', .. '
daily. plants, Dasheens, Chayotes, Endives, .' ,
\ Those spending money would get more for their investment
In Silver Springs Creek Kitchen Herbs Kohl Rabi, Lettuce, -
i Florida than in [many years. Tho laboring man getsa
the Okra Onions, Parsley, Peanuts Peas
: possesses only river in the
c, job. The storekeeper sells his wares and orders more.
world Peppers, Potatoes Pumpkin Radishes '
navigable to its
source. -j Factories begin to operate and orders go in for raw materials .'
Rhubarb Romaine, Rutabagas :' .
: transportation revives and the business cycle is' .
-- Salsify, Squash Spinach Turnips, : i "
Tomatoes and a prize for the most )", k complete.

/ artistic arrangement.The .

J Ji fruit group Class "C" includes : ,;' No ,town is too small, no city too large. You have '

i Bananas Pineapples, Papayas ":. your chance to help now. IT'S UP TO YOU.PA9E '
i : Strawberries, Guavas, and unusual '
..' ,
iY .
fruits.A .
t tr ftCTS ABOUT HEADACHES, special group has been set a- ;{

is! SLKPLES2XES3, D2SIUTY, ETC. side for school children. This is ...1I..r.! ...... ,
Acidity la a danger signal.Don't be shown on the catalogue as Class "D" .
\ adtiBiicd merely to correct the oon-f]
for which money or some useful
ditioa in your ntomach. Your entire -_
-i system is concerned. Take*f prize will be awarded in each case

k1' col-D MEDAU for the first and second best. w
'.,, 1 They stimulate your CAPSULES kidneys so 1. Best exhibit of flowers grown "Beautify! Clewiston" .
I? that they free your WHOLE BODTR by themselves.
'jl of more acids. See, if they don't 2. Best arrangement of mixedlowers : : /
I I relieve ALL your acidity troubles fc ,
II ,. Insist on GOLD MZDAL. 35f. grown by themselves. @ (,
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