The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00427
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: June 16, 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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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
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System ID: UF00028415:00427
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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Clewiston Kiwanis club 'will Section Planning TripScouts Word was received here Wednesday -

TRAIN; ONE KILLED be invited to attend a district con- of the serious accident of Quin- HIS FIRST CHARGERev.

I vention for the district of Florida ton Pressley, 20, who now lives in
of the Royal Palm Councilare
1- which is to be held in Tallahassee Stuart where he is employed in a

r One negro, Mamie Davis, was kill- October 8, 9, 10, 11. The Tallahassee planning on, a camping trip up steel gang constructing new bridge William B. Furgess, who arrived -

\ ed and another, Slim Ramsay was club will be host. the Atlantic Seaboard, to Buffalo, and there. Young Pressley suffered the last week to take the pulpit

i injured' Monday night when their Committees have been appointed on to Chicago for the World's Fair. accident of having a seven ton steel I of the Clewiston Community Church,

,t car smashed into a loaded flat car at and are actively planning an elabor- About 30 boys from this section are beam fall across his right foot and is very much impressed with this

the crossing near Industrial Canal. ate program. Some nationally known planning on making the trip. leg Tuesday. His condition was crit- city, as well as the rest of Florida,

t : The woman was killed instantly. Both speaker will be secured to address According to a circular distributed ical and he was rushed to the Miami he said yesterday. This is MY. Fur-

f 1 were from Moore Haven. the gathering, Guyte McCord, gene- among the scouts in this councilby hospital. It was necessary to am- gess' first visit to Florida, although

i A coroner's jury, called to investi- ral chairman, said. the council officers, they plan to putate his right foot and part of his :he has travelled extensively in the
leave Wednesday 9 and after
gate the wreck, returned a verdict One of the features of the four- right leg. southern European countries, and

of "unavoidable accident" after a day convention is a sightseeing tripto visiting points of interest en routein- Mr. Pressley, a brother of J. H. his impression is based on a compar-

\ deliberation of more than two hours. beautiful and historic Wakulla eluding a visit with the presidentin Pressley, was formerly employedhere ison of this locality with other placeshe

According to testimony brought Springs, near the capital. Washington, a visit to Niagara in Failing's clothing store. has visited a well as with his

Falls, and on across the Central native state, New Jersey.Mr. .
out at the inquest, the car was travel-
where will
states to Gary Ind., they
ing at a rapid rate of and apparently Furgess was favorably impressed
speedy make camp for the five days they are
the driver, Ramsey, did not LADIES AUXILIARYMAY to visit the Fair. LOCALS. BREAK JINX with the number of personsin

see the conductor, W. J. Morrison, the congregation Sunday, when he
The scout officers say the cost per
I who was stationed at the crossing delivered his first sermon, and by the
ORGANIZED boy will be $30, which includes a BY 6-2 WIN SUNDAY
f with a lighted lantern. Further splendid music provided by the choirof
i small amout for 'spending money' at
rl evidence'showed that the two must the church, he said.
the fair. The boys will be in chargeof ---
., have known the track was partially The new pastor said the Community -
official of the Palm
Latimer Farr, Wauchula, Vice- some Royal (By A. L. Hackett)
: blocked by the cars, since the woman church always has a welcome for
Council, who will remain with them
Commander of the Sixth district of The Clewiston Canebreakers stead-
had crawled over the car a few minutes all, and it is his wish that all Chris-
the American Legion, was an official until they return home. ied behind the pitching of Pete Wil-
J t before the accident, on her way tians in Clewiston will feel free to
visitor at the Clewiston post's meet- Interesting points included on the son and came out on the long end
\ to the filling station for a supply of worship at the church.
1 t, 't.7 ing Tuesday night, as were Louis journey areSt.: Augustine, Fla., the of a 6 to 2 win over Hugh's Soda
of gasoline. Griffis, Arcadia, district chairman of capitol in Washington, (the boys will Shop of West Palm Beach last Sun- Mr. Furgess was born in Bridge-
i i The woman's neck broken port Conn., 28 years ago, was grad-
negro was i I attend church in Washington Sun-
Junior Baseball, and Glen Ebersole, day afternoon on the local diamond.Four' .
'II and a deep gash was cut on the district committeeman, and Rupert day, August, 13) Harrisburg, Pa., uated from Bloomfield college and

bridge of her nose, supposedly by Smith, district liaison officer. about a half a day will be spend at of Clewiston's runs came in Seminary, in 1930, and has taken
the third when Cato Wil-
inning and
I the corner of the hood which was Niagara Falls. The schedule for the special work at Princeton Univer-
Mr. Smith, in his official capacity son tallied, on Hooks drive, followed -
sity and has studied abroad. He has
thrown back to the driver's seat by scouts includes church services each ,
discussed the advisability of form- by a triple by B. Nail. Nall scor-
lived in Connecticut and New Jer-
the impact of the crash. Sunday, the first in Washington, the
ing a Ladies Auxiliary to the Clew ed on Rutland's, fly to right. Nail
practically all of his life with
;i The inquest was conducted by H. next in Chicago, and the trird in sey ,
iston post, which was also discussedby and Rutland scored again in the 6th the exception of the time he in
A. Rider, county judge, with the following Nashville, Tenn., on their way home. was
: jurors: C. E. Miner, foreman, members of the post. J. E. The trip calls for five days in Chi- on sacrifice flies. Europe studying or teaching. Last

j G. H. Small, George Smith, Glen Eth- Beardsley!: local post commander, was cago. Points of interest the scouts Except for the sixth inning, Wil- year he was instructor in English in

''i i ertou, Gratton George, and William authorized to appoint a committeeto will visit on their way home include: son was never in any trouble. Hit- the University ,JJf> ;Hungary, while

Heinz. go into the matter further and Louisville, Ky., -Mamoth Cave, and a ting was frequent, but the supportof taking special courses in the univer-

report at the next meeting.A his team mates kept the big right sity.' Mrs. Furgess is a native of New
The man was rushed to Dr. O. F.. day will ,be spent in Chattanoogawhile
report of the Boy Scout committee hander from into hole. He and has had several
Schiffli at the Lakeside hospital who the scouts visit Lookout Mt., getting a Jersey, years
dressed the was made by Dick Hall in whichhe the let up only four hits 'in the game, training in the Trenton Conserva-
11 1 minor wounds and sent they will camp at Valdosta, Ga.,
'j him on to Moore Haven. said that about 30 boy scouts last night out. walked none, and struck out four. tory of Music. She was organist in
from the Royal Palm Council are of the Trenton churches for the
,I Second Crash Avoided The trip is in charge of Arthur The Canebreakers gathered seven one
planning a trip to the World's Fairat
'1 King,' of ClewistonWilliam C. Per- hits from Lindsay, the visiting pitch- past few years.
While the of the accident and to other
scene Chicago, points of celebrated their third wed-
j sons, of Punta Gorda, and Scout Executive er. Five men were set down onjstrikeouts They
was packed with spectators: a few interest along the Atlantic seaboard.
H. O. Kight, of Ft. Myers. and two gained their ding anniversary here Wednesday.
minutes after the accident in which The dance committee, through Ed
bases on balls.Sunday's .
the negro woman was killed, an unidentified Butler, chairman, reported a dance

person almost smashed scheduled for June 27, on the nightin game was witnessed bya PAPAYA GROWERS
CAST BEGINS WORK large gathering of fans.
into the crowd of :spectators. A which the Ham Club is to givea
I The Canebreakers will meet theHugh's
truck sped toward the crossing and play for the Legion's benefit.

was stopped by the unknown driver The Civic Affairs committee reported team in West Palm Beach WILL GET MARKETGrowers
ON LEGION SHOW Sunday afternoon, at 330.
just a few yards from the crowd; that it expected to continuethe
i Batteries for last Sunday's game:
i\\ the driver jammed on his brakes tree planting and beautificationwork ,
Clewiston: Wilson and Bolton.Hugh's .
II causing his machine to skid into the during the summer season. of papaya, and there are
The cast was selected this week : Lindsey1 and Dunn.
rails of the bridge. When the car hundreds in St. Petersburg, will be
arc and practice started Wednesday on Umpires: Butler and Waldron.
10'- 1 came to a halt, tlfS driver rushed pleased to learn that they will soon
the Ham Club's production,
\'f his car away from the scene before Rainy Season BeginsAs
'F' Ginger," which is to be staged on or be able to sell all they can grow.

being positively identified. Daily Showers FallThe about Tuesday, June 27th for the Pairings Made for The Cranston-Thomas Research

benefit of the American Legion. bureau in conjunction with an expert -

'five Men Advance In The cast as announced by Ed But- Ladies TournamentPairings laboratory chemist from Beloit,

ler, president of the organization is: Wis., after months of experimentsand
long' dry sunny season seems
: I Month's Golf Tourney to have been officially broken in the Miss Stanley, Roberta George laboratory tests, have developeda

; .Everglades last Friday with showers Marwood Lakey, Si. Sias for the first round of full line of Pharmaceuticals and

,:Ii reported in practically every part. Virginia Tallman Dee Dee Gallant the (June Woman's handicap golf health food products from the pap-

:" Five players entered in the men's I The rain guage here showed a fall Bonita Lakey, Kathryn Deam tournament are announced by Lloyd aya, and will shortly be in the mar-

: June handicap} tournament were ad- of, 1.42 inches, while the gauge at Tibitha Walker, Mary Louise Og- Sparrow, pro. Mr. Sparrow calls attention ket for large quantities of fruit.

"", vanced 'Ito the second round here anal Point registered four inches.Saturady lesby to the fact that all matches While the laboratory work and

'q this week while six others have yet Rachel Lee Louise Waldron must be completed by Saturday nightin other research work has been donein
saw a much lighter rain
. to decide which three will be advanc- John Lakey, Dick Hall order that the second round may Tampa, the company taking over
in Clewiston, only .99 inch, but the
'r; ed. These six are to play off their Geoffrey Freeman, Gratton George begin Sunday morning.The the formulas are undecided whetherto
almost daily showers since have done
II, first round matches by Saturday 'toward I Mr. Peterson, Pete Wilson pairings are: Mrs. W. M. Red- locate the manufacturing plant in
much foretelling a good growing -
night. Jake Tallman, Ed Butler elsheimer vs. Mrs. Lloyd Sparrow.Mrs. St. Petersburg or Fort Myers, wish-
season. The rainy season, which
Those who have their matches yet I the I Wuzy Walker: Laddie WallaceIt L. C. Miller vs. Mrs. H. A. ing to be close to a continuous sup-
Everglades experiences each sum-
to complete are: Hubert Land vs. is planned to stage the pro- Bestor ply of ripe fruit of good quality.
mer is later arriving this year than
Father Finnegan; W. C. Prewitt,' vs. last. duction on the same night on whicha Mrs. F. Deane Duff, vs Mrs. W. C. This great health fruit, endorsedby

C. V. Parkinson; and H. A. Bestor, dance is scheduled at the Clewis- Owen. eminent physicians the world

vs. W. M. Redelsheimer. In as much as most of the landin ton Inn by the American Legion. Mrs. Hoomes Rich, vs. Mrs. W. H. over, may in the near future meanas

S_ j In last week's play, F. Deane Duff this section had been cultivated Since the resignation of Mrs. G. O. MtCracken.:: much to Florida as the citrus

' (Oil defeated E. E. Kelly, 8-7; W. C. the rains were welcomed.The Wallace as director, Ed Butler and industry does today .

) ')' Owen won over M. W. Bigg, 4-3; E. cane fields of the sugar corpo- Charlie Lovvorn will act as directorsof The papaya is a delicate shipper,

R. Fontaine defeated Dr. W. J. White ration had been cultivated and fer- the performance.A Garden Club Members hence the factory will be located in
tilized a few days before the rainy
4-2 and A. N. Gallant
; was winner Florida instead of Atlanta, which

over Jay W. Moran by a 3-2 score. season started. CORRECTION Visit Beach EstatesTwelve was the original intention, to pre-

The closest match of the week' was The rainfall on Clewiston since vent spoilage in transit.-St. Peters-

between Emmett Shelley ,and Dick January'is'shown' to be 17.824 inches. In the accout of the high school I burg Independent.

Hall, .in which Shelley was winnerby graduation exercises, the News, in members of the Clewiston

two up and one to go. error, ominitted the account of ,the Garden Club spent Tuesday in Palm
Hubert Land Makes
validictory, which was given by Miss Beach inspecting the Hugh Dillon State School Official

Roberta George. Bob Mitchell was and the Blossom estates. They were

Woodward to Retire Unusual Golf ShotWhen salutatorian of the class. We apol- accompanied by a number of garden Will Explain Terms

club members from Belle Glade and

;,. As Game Dept. Joins it comes to freak golf shots ogize foil this error. by Prof. of H. the L. Speer Pahokee, agriculture schools. instructor Of New Enactments

:,' Hubert Land is in line for'a rubber LANDIS RULES, ON NEPOTISMAND
Shell Fish Division Those from Clewiston making the ----
: putter, or something. OTHER SCHOOL LAWS,
I trip were: Mrs. C. L. Downs, Mrs.F. State Superintendent. S. Caw-
Wednesday, while playing with
Deane Duff, Mrs. Barney Thomas, thon has called a meeting of school
TALLAHASSEE, FLA., June 10- Dick Hooks, Land made a birdie
School teachers, school bus driv- Mrs. M. Poole, Mrs. W. C. Worth, officials of several counties to beheld '
C. C. Woodward will retire as the three on number nine in a freakish '
ers and all persons paid with public Mrs. Fred Hill, Mrs. E. L. Stewart, in Edison ark school in Fort
state game and fresh water 'fish manner: After taking two shots
; funds come within the scope of the Mrs C H. Berner, 1Irs.V.. C. Owen, Myers, Monday June 19. County superintendents -
commissioner on July 1 when his and still being about 50 yards from
two new laws prohibiting nepotismand Mrs. Leah Spicer, and Mrs. J. E. school board membersand
r ; department will be merged with they' the green, he dug into his ball ,andit
employment of persons who have Beardsley. trustees of Lee, Highlands, Hen-
shell fish department and the Geo- sailed straight for the cup-and
not been for two years residents of dry, Hardee, Glades, DeSoto, Collier
logical department into a new conservation made it. In fact the ball went so
Florida. JUNIORS TO MEET BELLE and Char lottecounties are requestedto
commission. Shell Fish straight to the cup that it did not
k. Commissioner, Georgo W. Davis, will touch the green. "Just went in ker- This opinion was given this week GLADE BOYS HERE SUNDAYThe be present.C. .

remain in charge of ,his department plunk" Land said. by Cary D. Landis, attorney general, .. E. Miner, school board member
Woodward's until consolidationof in reply to inquiries from interested American Legion Junior (from Clewiston, will]) attend the meet.

the departments can be affected persons over the state. baseball team will meet find Belle The purpose of the meeting, Mr.

as directed by the legislature, Gov. BREAKERS WILL RETURN As a result, he said, county boardsof Glade Juniors on the local diamond Cawthon said, was to discuss statutes

# Sholtz said. HUGH'S GAME THERE SUNDAY public instruction must employ Sunday afternoon at 2:00 relating to schools, duties of super-

The governor did not say how teachers who have resided in the o'clock. In their three previous tilts intendents, board members and trus-

', the merger will affect State Geolo- The Clewiston Canebreakers will state for at least two years and must the Clewiston Juniors have beat tees-especially laws passed at the

gist Herman Gunter. Woodward's meet Hugh's Soda Shop baseball not employ teachers related to members the Belle Calde troup, one same recent session of the Legislature, in

commission has expired. He was ap- club in a return game at Wright's of the school board within the being a shut-out. One of the panics .order that local school officials may
pointed by former governor Carltonfor Field in West Palm Beach, Sunday fourth degree. went to 11 innings before the bat- become familiar with the require-

a four-year term. afternoon at 3:30. In their Since county -rchool superintendents llo. could bo decided. The scores ments of their offices.

Under the new merger law, the first game the 'Breakers came out and county school trustees do for ,the three games, all in Clew Similar meetings have been held

governor and his cabinet will forma with a 6-2 win. Clewiston is ex- I not employ the teachers, the school I iston's favorveio 11-10, 7-0, and over the state, and according to reports -

conservation' board. They will ap- pected to play the same line-up us board would not violate the provisionof 6-4.. Regular practice has been they have been well attended

point a', commissioner of conserva- was used last Sunday aginst the I the nepotism act if they employed held by; the boys, and a snappy and have been of great benefit to

t.ion i" same teairf. persons related to the trustees. team has been assembled those attending.

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NEWS ., FRIDAY JUNE 10 1033.

ish mode of reckoning, which counted sealing of the tomb by the Romans, :

The Clewiston News parts of days as whole days,- at the request of the priests and the

Published every Friday In Clewiston, TOO LATE TOCLASSIFY BY namely, Friday evening, all day Sat- Pharisees. 1.1'

Florida by the CLEWISTON NEWS, RUSSELL KAYAnd urday, and Sunday evening and "And they said among themselves ;,
Inc. night.It Who shall roll us away the stone "

is probable that those women from the ,door of the sepulchre? And :

did not know that the Romans had when they looked, they saw that the 1-:

Entered as second class matte And while our educational author- under the heading "Finances"; sealed the tomb, for breaking such stone was rolled away; for it was .
1 1927 at the Post Officeat '
February I
Roman 'seal was punishable by great."Y.
: very
ities sob,, and wring their little hands we gleam the '
Clewiston, Florida, under the Act over lack of funds and contend that "Budgets not adhered to." death under Roman laws. Matthew' 28:2, says, "And, behold, "t:;

of March 3, 1897.A with anything less than seven and a "Estimates of expenses for ensu- "And when the Sabbath was past, there was a great earthquake; for ;.t
and Mary the mother the angel of the Lord
half millions of state money to play ing year not prepared by District Mary Magdalene, descended
newspaper devoted to the best with, our children will grow up dumb I Trustees." of James, and Salome had brought from heaven, and came and rolled

interests of Hendry county, Florida. and denied, it might be interestingto "Fund account overdrawn." sweet spices, that they might come back the stone from the door, and

It's leading newspaper. review a bit of Information disclosed "Numerous transfers of funds unauthorized and annoint him. And very early in sat upon it." .J
the first of the "And entering into the
by a recent state audit of the by law. the morning day sepulchre,

Subscription rate, per :year........$2.00 books and records of one school "Insufficient depository security." week, they came unto the, sepulchers they saw a young man sitting on

Outside of State of Florida.--....$2.50 board in this state. That's the kind of a break you at the rising of the sun. the right side, clothed in a long
poor dumb taxpayers have been get- Matthew 27:26-66, explains the (Continued on page 3) ....
You know auditors don't mess a
tin'. Yet when some sob sister
Business Office, Clewiston ,News, situation up with a lot of hooey and
comes around with a petition or asks '
banana oil. take off their
They just
Clewiston Florida. Editorial and
Advertising, same. coats and sharpen their pencils and you to wire the governor in an effortto ..... .....

when you get their reports they are raise the ante another million or .r

facts, not maybeso.A so for our dear children, you can't "
SUNDAY IS FATHER'S DAY wait to grab the pencil or rush to the
lot of folks seemed to think that
telegraph office. Then you go home 1Clewiston mI" ":
Governor 'Sholtz' school bill was,, too
and bite your finger nails and squawk
Poor Dad who is usually broke for drastic, that such state regulationof Dairy Co.
about high taxes.
364 days of the year, gets a break expenditures and operations was t tt
I know it is a terrible thing to
Sunday, which has been set aside not necessary. But pull up your
cramp anybody's style with limited
nationally as Father's Day. chair and listen to this, and don't ,
finances just when they're gettin'good.
The paternal love is as strong and overlook the fact that this is a cer- :,
Sendin' an auditor around to
ashighly developed as the love of a tified auditor's report of how one .
check up on 'em is a low down trick.
mother for her children, but Dad school board discharges a public duty
has other ways of showing his affec- and serves the interests of the tax. But folks are beginnin' to realize We Have Told You Already't -
that a taxpayer's dollar is just as
tion. He goes on about his business, payers, whose money it is intrustedto
important a piece of change as
ordinarily letting the mother furnish spend. any
other dollar, specially when it's a ......,.......We Tell You cAgain .:
the tender words ,
and soothing car-
Now wait aminute till I find some dollar haven't ....
you got. Maybe if
esses to the children, but he is as I
quotation marks, this isn't
my saysoit we quit listenin' to all this argumentfor : .' ;dit
', : :
devoted to his children as the motheris. is quoted word for word from the and .-.I'I''., -'' 'I.' ,. '". ''. '),' o. I 4
It's Dad the children turn to state aduitor's report. The auditor more more dough and startaskin' ,> '",',y'f! : 'e; .':"' ,i :"'.:';';:\_, ,', 1 j
'em what -" < '- -
the heck they did 'i .\, "
when they want to get a little spend- found and officially reported: with the money we gave 'em last MIL K ,f': '
ing money, and it is Dad who pays ,
"That the minutes do not containa time, we'll startin' gettin' someplace.
the bills. Dad stays in the back-
complete record, of the board's We ought to be able to teach a
ground, as far as most children are
transactions." I whole lot of readin' and writin' and is an essential food ':::
concerned, but he and Mother talk ,
"Many warrants were paid for: 'rithmetic with five and a half mil
over the problems that confront the I"i'
which no vouchers or: paid bills were lions of state money. Of course we .
home and in the problems of the
children. found. may have to depend on ordinary .',

"Many warrants issued without pro- plain school teachers and give up __ cr
Dad gets a break. The second .
per substantiation by paid bills." some .of our superintending :
princi- ;;'
Sunday in June is his day, even if
I "Notes were issued without expli- pals, supervisors, and assistants; to When we say milk, we mean clean, '
he will have to foot the bills the '
cit authority in the minutes." say nothin' of boards, trustees and pure milk. milk that is produced ;
first of the month for neckties, socks, ;
pipes, etc., which the children will "Over payments were found." other knick-knacks we've been all by healthy cows, tested and accredited !f?

so generously present him Sunday.Dad's "Teachers' Examination fees not cluttered up with. Anyhow, it's by the State . Milk that is ';';,:,::, ::;

a good scout, and will stick I accounted for." worth tryin'. handled in a clean, sanitary manner ,.,,,' :,.:;..

.'. Milk that is in sterilized ', ;; ",
) put up ;..' '
by you through it all.. even if he .1

does- have some harsh ways of expressing birthday anniversary.As containers. ,;;': :...' :":'1
igan boulevard in Chicago next Oct. '
his love. Florida's oldest citizen, Mrs. 3 to the riot of band music and drum "f') .' ,
Give him some thought Sunday,, Weeks literally has seen a century corps, Arizona will be strutting COME TO SEE US
for even if he has weilded the paddle .
of progress herself-and more. She highest honors out in front, just be- '.'; '.0
often, it was no more than you was born before the Indian fighters hind the nine delegations from Le- Visit our plant and you will readily ,

deserved. He's a -good scout after marked the site that was to be Chicago gion departmets outside the conti- see many more convincing reasons ; ,

all. long before Mrs. O'Leary's cow nental limits of the ,United States. than, we can give here as to why you :!\.:

kicked over the lantern and started The nine distant departments are will want milk or any other dairy .'(

THE DIKE SITUATION: the town toward fame. She was given the couresy of leading. The products from us. ,:

sixty-five years of age when Chicago host department, this year, Illinois, \.. J :" '

Some voice the fear that the dike held its first World's fair. will be last.Arizona ""

work of the federal govenrment in In 1828, when this 'woman came has won first honors

the Everglades will die a natural upon the scene, the United States among the continental departmentsfor

death. Some was celebrating the inauguration of the third'consecutive and
are all excited because year
contracts are not being let daily on President Andraw Jackson. Thomas with the victory goes the O. L. Bo- 't

some unit of the work. And some Jefferson and John Adams had died denhamer cup, named for the past 1 Drink Milk for Health i
just two before. The
are ever ready to criticise, the local years great national commander of El Dorado

department of the War Department, Erie canal had just been completed,, Arkansas.The .

:the jdisti/ict: the division ;and all and the boatmen' were naively unaware parade positions, as well as

others connected with the work. that railroads would put them choice ''seats in the convention, and 4

Too many of these criticisms are out of business. She was four yearsId : housing of the states and the District .

from persons who'are not informed when the Black Hawk Indian of Columbia are determined by -_-

.and do not take the trouble to get wars were fought in northern Illinois membership standing based on a

\themselves posted .before shouting, a year prior to the founding of four-year average as of May 15. ; ; ;

their criticisms to any. who will lend I Chicago. She was seven when pioneer Florida, much to the satisfaction _n ._.........5..5"i"i".5"i".5"i"i". . . . . . . . ....N.N.N.N.N.N.;...;N'.;1'

an attentive ear. Floridians were battling Osceola of legionnaires throughout the Sun- ,

When the government turned its and his Seminole warriors, and eightwhen shine State, ranks sixth on the list, .yy... ?
the Alamo fell in Texas. will be well : : ....
attention to forestry work and other so up in the front rank y

public improvement projects, the cry Mrs. Weeks went through the firstreat for various- honors.-St. Augustine ::::!: :;:::

was immediately heard that the dike American depression when she Record ?Y

project here would be abandoned. was ten. Banks everywhere were yy KNOWIHE
closed! and skeptics were predictingthe YY ?
These criers seemed to forget that yy ?
the government is a multibranchedtree I end of the republic. She was a unbap ciooibcn ?Y y {

with roots and limbs extend- young woman of sixteen when Morse
: ; ::::
invented the telegraph, when Florida
ing in ..
ment's many mind directions.is not single The tracked.govern- was admitted into the Union. She :.i.::;: '," + :.
in her thirties ; -: M E N :::!: J!
Our information was during the Civil .... ,
is that the Lake and .:..:. .,.. '.,0'.: .... "
Okeechobee Caloosahatchee river war reconstruction days. .:..:. >: .:' .:...
... '
project is included in the Public The radio, movie and automobile' FOR SUNDAY, JUNE 18 .:....:. .;..:.. 1."
:Works bill now being thrashed out were last-minute novelties in the ?Y
long life of this Florida resident. YY ?
funds in Congress are and naturally unless Progress? She has seen with her Subject: Jesus Rises From the ::2::::: If you don't know the men personally, at least :XX!::i:
appropriated branch
no of own eyes the incredible developmentthat Dead. .i"i.2 know them by reputation and know that they' .":.

the government can spend it. engineers are endeavoring to ill- Golden Text: "He is risen, he is :;"i: actually are behind and taking interest in the ItX :
++ corporation in which yo'u invest :::
BUY AMERICAN ustrate with picture and model at the not here. Mark 1'6: 6.Less'on :your money. ;
Text': Mark 16:1-11. XX XX:
Chicago Century ,of Progress fair.- .;$ When you are ,approached to :buy automobilestock .:..:
St. Petersburg Independent. Time and place: Sunday, April f;. don't buy this stock on the statement that :
Careless buying habits a false 9, A. D. 30; Jerusalem. ....
; ; the same amount of money invested in the original
sense of economy, and a dispositionto Introduction: After the death of :::: I
regard price above value HERE'S A TIP PALIf ; ;= Ford company would have earned you so many ::::::
has Jesus, about three o'clock Friday afternoon ?? millions of dollars, but find out what is behind the i

caused the American buying publicto Joseph of Arimathaea, who :_::x: company offering you this stock and who are the :;::i:

spend millions of American dol- the job's worth doing at all, Pal was evidently member of the San- +.= directors and how do these directors stand in the +

lars for inferior foreign made prod- Then it's worthy of all you've got. hedrin, went to Pilate and asked for ,;s;;:; citizenship of the community. ..x

And unless give it all Pal the of .,22.. nll
body Jesus. Pilate
ucts.Our you your could ....:. ,:, :
stores are flooded with imported Then you're cheating yourself ofa hardly believe that Jesus was dead ? : "

products of every kind and character lot. already, but after being officially informed Y
::::: We Can Help You To i
bearing the label of foreign industry that it was so, he granted ; &:::::

: "Made in Japan"-"Made in The world little knows, or cares, Pal Joseph's request. Nicodemus, an- .YY...:.. .:.
Your Own Home ?
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Germany. If you blossom, or fade like a weed other member of the Sanhedrin, assisted YY: :

Money spent for foreign goods, But inside you're not unaware, Pal in the embalming of his body YY :! ??

particularly when those same prod- Of the measure it takes to succeed. with spices. Then Jesus was buriedin YY t ?

ucts, usually of superior quality, are a new tomb belonging to Joeph, Our officers and directors are well known citizens. ::?..:.

being manufactured in American fac- Yes you are the one who knows, Pal near the place where he was cruci-

tories, serves only to retard American Of the hours you squander or save fied. Certain women also began to IIi I

Industry and delay the return of Not the butcher or baker, none of prepare spices and ointments, and :;::;:

better times. those, Pal they noted where Jesus was laid in C I t Home 1=..*. .

Loyalty to American products, But the chap that you greet when the sepulcher. The coming of the aWls on x? ,'

American Industry, and American labor you shave.So Sabbath at sundown on Friday night .:..:. 1\\'.
will pay big dividends in increased : : I:! : : ,
halted their preparations, and they YY '
buying power and relief for un- get wise to the facts while you waited until the Sabbath was past. :-

employment.Buy may, Pal The first day of the week, which we II i Building I Association ijs.r ,1

loyally, Buy American. Not solely for the gathering of pelf call Sunday, began according to Jew- *:*** .

Do well what you do every day, Pal ish reckoning on Saturday evening. .;... :
HER CENTURY OF PROGRESS For the satisfaction it'll give to However, they could not do anything .... Administration :::::::: '.,.

yourself. I Jn: the tomb in the dark, as they had :*:: Building oClewiston ::::j: 'i' ",
Mrs. Martha Weeks will not be -K. M. Brittain. no flashlights; so they completedtheir +i + i X ',
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able to go to the Chicago Fair. For preparations and then startedfor ::::;: Florida .:.i: ".:
more than a year she has plannedto FLORIDA RANKS SIXTH the tomb early the next morning .:..;. APAGE : '
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go, but illness will likely keep her arriving there about sunrise.So :::::: .

at served Lithia, where she recently' ob- When the big American Legion the Saviour spent three daysin i............................................................................ . . ,
her one hundred and fifth parade swings down decorated Mich- the tomb according to the Jew- . . : : : : : : :.:..:..:..:..:................................... -
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Mrs. T. C. Covan, of Birmingham to be mentioned by Mark (Mark 10: Hints To Housewives ..M. .MNN.. .. .........N..N"N............................
t arrived this week to take up her 46; Luke 18:35; Matt. 20:30.) [!I. ..N.N.N:N.N:N:N:N:N:N:M:N:N.N:N.N.m
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r Personal Mention I residence in -Clewiston. Her hus- The angel, or young man, explained j .x x >x x x x*x |

band is located here with the U. S. to the women that Jesus had ris IRONING FINE FABRICS ::::: ::::

Engineers. They are making their en. Fine fabrics whic hare washablemay ARCADE=;.'.
" in home at the Watanabe. The women were frighted, but the
Dave Alston spent Wednesday be ironed damp similar to cot- I :. hy.
Miami on business. angel gave them work to do. ton except that the heat of the iron I 'j'. Theatre- .'+
"Mr. and Mrs. Fred Haggan, and "But go your way, tell his disciples should be much lower. If, after :. Myers .:....

C. W. Clarke, of Tampa, was a baby left this morning for a vacation and Peter that he goeth be- washing, the excess moisture has fy t
trip to Irvington, Ky. They were fore :you into Galilee; there shallye ?
business, visitor here Wednesday. been removed by wringing, rather y..
accompanied as far as Nashville, see him, as he said unto you." than by squeezing, wrinkles in the FRIDAY, JUNE 16 .i'...:.

Charlie Miner attended a meetingof Tenn., by Miss Frances Munroe, who The name of Peter was' specially fabric will be formed which are either ++ 'The GREAT JASPER" .;..:.

the county school board in LaBelle will visit relatives there for a few added, because he had deserted very difficult or impossible to re- s.:: Richard Div ::::{::
weeks. Christ at his trial, and would feel t
Monday. move A
that he was no longer a disciple, fy
Washable fine fabrics may be iron- fi:: JUNE. 17 :z:
Mr. and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson and The first of a series of benefit but he had been forgiven by Jesus. ed almost immediately after washingIf :::.;:. SECOND :.:::...;.
bridge parties for the Ladies Aid Luke 24:9 the women "Returned HAND WIFE"Sally
sons, Bobby and Dick, were visitors i says immediate ironing is desired, it y
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... in Miami Wednesday.Miss Society of the Community church : from the sepulchre and told all is an excellent practice to remove : = Eilers .i' :
was held last night at the Watanabe these things unto the eleven and all additional moisture with absorbent :i:::: Vhirlwind'Tim :McCoy ::::::

Mary Kline will leave tomor- with Mrs. G. M. Poole, as hostess. The 'the rest." cloths. Such fabrics may be dried, ....+. .:.t..

row for a two weeks vacation, part of purpose of these parties is to pro- "And they went out quickly, and dampened and ironed but care shouldbe .ff; JUNE 18 AND 19 ..i.'s-:
her home in vide furniture for the parsonage. fled from the sepulchre; for they taken to
which she will spend .at dampen uniformly. To be +2 'i. "DIPLOMANIACS"Wheeler .i'i::
West Palm Beach. trembled and were amazed, neither careful of the ironing temperaturein :::::: & WoolseyJUNE :::.;.

Miss1 Mary Bush entertained a num- said any thing" to any man; for they the finishing of these materials I I ?h o y

T. W. Weeks, of Moore Haven, ber of her young friends at an informal were afraid. is most desirable. If the iron is too I .i.+t +
In Matt. 26:32, and :Mark 14:28: 20
was a visitor in Clewiston a short dance at her home at the cool, it 'will not remove possible .i.y
Jesus had said "But after I risen .:". HELLO EVERYBODY"Kate ...
while Monday morning.Mrs. !Watanabe ,House Wednesday night I wrinkles. If it is too hot, the fabric 2
honoring her house guests, Miss Mar- again, I will go before you into Gal- will be damaged.To :AA i:::: Smith :t;;:.
I' ?
Fred Flanders and Mrs. Kit jofie Harvel and Miss Helen Brin'ilee. express the proper heat in .?.._. + .

Bowden, of Moore Haven, were hereon son. Those attending were: Miss "Now when Jesus was risen early words, it can best be done by using :!::!: JUNE 21 AND 22 ::::!:
business Monday.Mr. Roberta George, Miss Betty Spicer, the first day of the week, he appeared the words "iron of moderate heat." ._.._ "THE PICK UP" ....:.
I first to Mary Magdalene, out A
Miss Mae Lily Stone, Miss Marjorie devils. The ironing should be rapid. It is .:..:. i Sylvia Sidney 4.:.+
of whom he had cast
and Mrs. W. C. Hooker were Harvel, Miss Helen Brinson, Laddie not necessary to keep the iron at ? y
And she went and told them that she
visitors in West Palm Beach and in and Alden Wallace, Merrell\ Lowe, anyone spot for any length of time.It . . . . yI
had been with him, as they mourn- .NN. NNNNINNNMNNNNNNLNNNNNNHNNNNNN. . . . .
and -Thursday. is always possible to return the : :
Miami Wednesday Bob Mitchell, Bobby Hare, Joe Rut- .. .
ed and wept. And they when they I [! .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .N. ..NN.. ..[!]
land, Donald Yon, and Van and Mary iron to any one area. Working over :.N.N.N;N.N.N..:.N.N.N..1.N.N.N.H.N.N...
heard that he was alive and had
Arthur Lawrence, and Bobby Hare Bush.
been seen of her, believed not."
and Betty Spicer were visitors in
Just before his ascension Jesus FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHOF the entire surface and then return-
West Palm Beach Tuesday evening. SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON
I said to his disciple, "Go ye into all
, CLEWISTON ing to complete the smoothness and
\\j f.j the world, and preach the gospel to drying out of the fabric often elim-
Miss Bee Kettl will leave tomorrowfor (Continued from page 2)) T
every: creature, and they went forth, inates the possibility of either visibleor
month's vacation in Massalon
white and
a garment; they were a- Organized June 2, 1933.
and preached everywhere, the Lord
Ohio and in Chicago.Mr. frighted. And he saith unto, them, Called Rev. D. C. Mountford, of invisible deterioration.

Be not, affrighted; Ye seek Jesus of working with them. Punta Gorda, as their pastor, June Ruby McDavid.

and Mrs. M. Jackson, and son, Nazareth, which was., crucified; he 3, 1933.

Denny, of Ft. Myers were guests of is risen; he is not here; behold the COMMUNITY CHURCH NOTICED Organized Sunday School June 11, SHOLTZ ORDERS COLLECTORSTO

Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McGehee, Sunday. place where they laid him." D 1933. PUSH OCCUPATIONAL TAX

Peloubet's notes says: Luke 24:4 day School at 9:45, Dr. J. W. Services in Hays Building.

Dick Hooks and Walter (Goofy) says that' there were two men. Pos- Ezelle, superintendent. Classes for Sunday School 10:00 a. 'm. TALLAHASSEE, June 15 (FNS)

Gravely returned to Clewiston Sat- sibly only one of them spoke, andso adults and for children. Morning Worship: 11:00.a. m. Determined to force collection of

urday from a visit in South Georgia.Mr. was more firmly fastened in their Evening worship' at 8:00 p. m. B. Y. P. U. at 7:00: p. m. every possible dollar of tax due the

memories than the other. Recall wit hsermon by the pastor.A Evening Worship, 8:00 p. m. state, Governor Dave Sholtz has

and Mrs. W. M. Redelsheimerand the two blind 'men at Jericho, bothof cordial invitation is extendedto Prayer Meeting Wednesday at 8 wired county tax collectors instruc-

son, Billy, spent the week end in whom called after Jesus and were every Christian in Clewiston to p. m. tions to collect all business and occupational -

West Palm Beach. healed by him, but only one worship at the Community church.W. A welcome awaits you. licenses and to prosecute

I[Bartimeaus, was conspicious enough'I B. 'Furgess,' pastor. D. C. Mountford, Pastor. those who fail to pay.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Peeples, of

Citrus Center, and children were in --."

Clewiston Monday, where Mr. Pee- o ..
ples had come on business. ,

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Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle were : ,:,
I /.j.
visitors in Miami Thursday, where :
Mr. Ezelle went to attend a dental : ,.4''i *v >Jt .

clinic. .
Miss Helen Brinson, of Miami arrived :: ; ; :;;' < &d... .,. ,." .. :" .

Wednesday and will be the ";,. ...,. ,A'/."..,...'..<"..... ,,'.;..." .', ". .' { : .:.;,, :.: t..
* *' .- '
guest of Miss Mary Bush for a, few ; ii I/o / .
,weeks. ) ,,: ::L60 VJ c/v. '.' '".....': ..(' '. :.', H.

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Mrs. D. G. Alston, and daughter, C :" 'ji : : i

Martha Nell, left Tuesday for Rich- >: ii' t' '

land, Ga., for a visit, with relativesand .c1. : June 5, 1933 .
: i'. : .
friends. .\i
jft :, -' ;.: c ; {
Andrew Berry returned to Clew '. '. CARS 'I .' '.: '. '-;.,!;," ::"' ;" ",::'-' .

iston Tuesday from a two weeks LOW PRICE CARS VS. CHEAP \ -

vacation spent at his home in Savan-
nah, Ga' the cost to us of building our car
We do not build a low-price car:

Norman Nielsen returned to Clew-
is pretty high.
iston last Thursday from a visit with car at a low price.
his father who is critically ill, in But we do sell a high quality bull so far this year, has cost
Alabama.Rev Ford V-8 car we have
Almost every new buy them at only $490
selling price was you
and Mrs. W. B. Furgess ar- ; more to manufacture than to make up the differ nce.

rived last Thursday from Trenton, to $610, we have to depend on Manufacturer who gives good value .
N. J. to make their home in Clewis- \ for this is simple : a
The reason he cannot
ton. sells because
first cars he
: ( to lose money on the
must expect <
first to rillvcharge ,
Ray McIntosh and Parker Wilson .> all his costs to the people who are afford to lose
visited friends in Ft. Myers Sunday. : it is different -- he
They also motored to the Koresshan But with the purchaser value cannothet first, and keep
community at Estero. anything on a car. It must give him

I him full value for years. cost
giving and high
J @J Miss Louise Renfroe, of Abbeville, our combination of low prices
Ga., arrived Saturday for a visit of Two things make possible

several weeks here with her cousin,
', Mrs. Carl Berner and other relatives. Production
1. Volume

Mrs. A. G. Powell of Miami, and 2. Taking only one profit public On the basisof
Misb Viola Yenawine, of Jackson- price at what would be fair tot
set our and
First, we to justify
ville, returned to their homes yes- production Then, in order
terday after a short visit here with economies we enjoy in volume

their brother and Mrs. Yenawine.Mr. we must get volume sales.
maintain our low price high-cost to make is alsolowcost
which is really
that a car
and Mrs. W. S. Harvel, and Thus it comes

daughter, Marjorie, 'of Boynton were to buy. high
and a low-priced
visitors here Sunday. Miss Harvel difference between a cheap car
' There is a -
remaining for a visit With Miss Mary

Bush. quality car. ,- which makes it profitable for a
fixed at a point
Ford prices are
Mr. and Mrs. Hurd L. Reeves, of
' Felda, and Mrs. Maude Hemrod, of customer to buy. profit'to the buyer as well as

Felda, and Mrs. Hamp. Brown, of Good and lasting business must produce profit must be, comparatively

{ LaBelle. were here on business Monday to the seller. And of the two, the buyer's.

the larger one. to buy it.
it pays you
r Honoring her house guests, Miss It pays us to sell the Ford V-8 because

Helen Brinson and Miss Marjorie

Harvel, Miss Mary Bush etertained 4

two tables of bridge at the home .

SJ yesterday. (\I :.::.T" .. :4j,7) (

?, 1: A receptior/ is being given tonight
"''''<<::; at the Clew &ton Inn for Rev. and

Mrs. Williarp B. Furgess by the

Ladies Aid Society of the Community -

church. l']' Rev Furgess is the new

-,3; pastor of the church.
I { ) .

Bill Wallace, of Jacksonville, was
in Clewiston over the week end visit-

ing his j Idife and his parents, Mr. l

Mrs. G, K Wallace. He was accom- r'' '

panied :\ a Mrs. Riley ,and her y
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USE CROPS ADAPTED TO SOILS dry Investment Company, of which
FEDERAL ROAD AID New News Service ENGINEERS ROMP FOR MORE YIELDS AND PROFIT I: am president and prlnicpal stock-
Bureau Is FoundedTAMPA do specifically revoke any appoint-
SEEMS CERTAINTY ON MOORE HAVENMoore Florida's salubrious climate is well ment of Chas. N. Williams to act
for me In suing compromising, col-
known. Her soils however are not
lecting or settling any claims or de-
June 15FNS-Durlng
so well known. Both are important
SAYS TREADWAY mands which might be due now or
the recent legislative session an Interesting Haven's ball team daredto :from the standpoint of the farmer or hereafter, whether arising out of the

news service was provided travel the smooth detours on the grower.Of business of the Hendry Investment

state papers by Russell Kay, Secre- Clewiston road and after a shaky the 35,000,000 acres of land in Company or otherwise. FURTHER,
Tallahassee June 14ChairmanC. ride they got off to a shaky start Florida some areas are best suited to I hereby give notice that I shall not
tary of the Florida Press Association, defeated them be liable for debts, obligations,
B. Treadway of the State High- and the Engineers by one crop and some another. Some any
best known, perhaps, as the authorof the score of 6-3. or acts of anyone acting as my agent
from are adapted to timber
way Commission returned mainly grow- in conducting business with
Washington Monday with a state- a column of crisp comment fea- The Moore Haven boys throughoutthe ing and pasture. It stands to reason I which I may be any associated, unless C'

ment he had been assured Florida tured in over a hundred papers un- game were unable to solve the that the greatest returns from said authority shall be given in writ- Ji.
der the caption, "Too Late to Class- offerings of Diggs, on the mound for the land will be obtained if owners ing by me after the filing of this
will receive approximately $5,000- the Engineers, and throughout the learn the crops to which their landsare instrument.IN .
000,000 in emergency Federal aid ify. nine innings of ball they were only best adapted and grow these WITNESS WHEREOF, I have -

road funds during the next two This news service proved so acceptable able to garner a total of 5 hits, one crops. Such an arrangement of land hereunto set my hand and seal this
and of such reader interestit of them a hard blow to right field utilization will result also in cheaper 14th day of June, A. D. 1933.
years. (Seal) Wm. R. HAY.
has been decided to continue it. by Hawkins, which was good for 3 costs of production for the crops Witnesses
He said availability of the money :
bases. This was the only extra base
In the future it will be known as grown. C. J. LOWORN,
depends on last minute action by hit of the game.
Russell Kay's Florida News Service The problem of land utilization H. R. HALL.
Congress but he was assured in the Diggs struck out 9 and Hendry has come into prominence throughout STATE OF FLORIDA,
and all material from this bureau
national capital that funds wouldbe struck out 6 and allowed 8 hits. the United States in the recent I COUNTY OF HENDRY.
will the dateline (FNS) as a I Sworn to and subscribed before me
ready within a short time. He carry Score by innigs: months, and a national committee:
means of identification.Mr. 123456789RHEMH on the subject has been and is work-, this 14th day of June, A. D. 1933. i
said Florida would not have to (Seal) PAUL DEAM, I
match these funds dollar for dollaras Kay operates the Florida Clip- ........0 00200010354ENG Ing. In Florida, Dr. O. C. Bryan, i Notary Public.

ping Service in Tampa and his or- ......2 30100000684 professor of soils in the College of My Commission expires Nov. 24, 1933 ''j'jA
with regular Federal aid allot- Agriculture, has been making a
ganization regularly reviews every Batteries, :Moore Haven: Hendry,
ments.If study of Florida soils from the stand-

the State gets this money, zine newspaper published, trade in the journal state.and He maga-per- and Bales Hawkins.and Daniels; Engineers: Diggs point of utilization. The results of .1.N..N..N.N.N N..N........N..MM.. ..M..N..N..N..N..................
his studies, which are being made
Treadway said, it will enable the sonally maintains contact with many ,
public from time to time
should be
in undertaking
live news and -
road department to carry on its pro- of interest to all Florida landowners, t
Rain Fails To
the establishment of a permanentnews Quench
gram of highway 'and bridge con- farmers and growers.He .
of FarmLand
bureau for the benefit papers Good
struction, maintenance work and retirement who do not carry a staff for state Everglades Muck FireFort says that there are areas of

of departmental debts. The news and research, :Mr. Kay's efforts good soil scattered throughout the

Federal funds must be used for act- should prove of immense value; state, and similarly there are many 4

ual work, he explained, but their receipt enabling them to provide their read- Lauderdale, Fla., June 9- areas of soils not so good for crops. ,

will enable the state to use ers with a comprehensive, unbiased, Slight rains last night and today in Sometimes the not-so-good soils overshadow -
state funds to do needed repair work news reveiw of Florida events from the Everglades west of here failedto the others and owners lose

and pay off old obligations.He week' to week.SPURNS quench fires sweeping through the sight of the fact that the good soils for Rent
said he expected little new rich muck lands and wood hammocks exist. Study to become familiar

work to be started other than Fed- so far as was known here. No houses with the different type soils will be I
eral road work but a continuation of were endangered by the flames. well worth while.

the Federal program in Florida, he ;TALLAHASSEE: June 14 (FNS) Meanwhile citizens of Davie had There is a wide variety of soils in I

added, will mean employment for r-Appointed collector of Internal before Governor Dave Sholtz and Florida, just as there is wide varia-

approximately 5,000 men. Revenue for the Florida district, the other state officials an appeal, for tion in the kinds of crops grown. I

highest paid and most desired Fed- state funds to fight spread of flames To familiarize onesself with all of

Preparing DetourOn eral post in the state, Herbert Felkel, Another fire was reported today them is a considerable task, but it TrespassersWill
editor of the St. Augustine Record near Lantana in Palm Beach county.It is possible for one to become famil-

Clewiston Road'I and Chairman of the State Demo- covered several hundred acres and iar with the principal soil types of Be

:cratic Campaign Committee, wired was raging without attempts to his own area, and to learn about

President Roosevelt, expressing his check it.Officials. their best utilization. ProsecutedThe I

(Moore Haven Democrat) appreciation for the honor but declining of the Everglades drain-

J. E. Edwards, of Ft. Myers main- the position stating 'he felt age district said they had no fundsto STATE OF FLORIDA,
tenance supervisor of the state road he could render a greater service to employ men and obtain equipmentfor COUNTY OF HENDRY.

department, was in Moore Haven the chief executive as a newspaper fire fighting. .
Notice is hereby given that I, Wm.
Monday to get work started repair- editor. Fire Warden, Jesse Reese, of Bro-
R. Hay, of Clewiston, Hendry coun- i
ing a detour on the Clewiston road" ward county made an inspection trip ty, Florida, have revoked and do

made necessary because of the workon 25,000 Veterans To in the Davie section and the terri- hereby revoke the appointment of :
the new grade between Moore Ha- tory near there today.A any person whatsoever to be my

ven and Smoak's Corner. fund of $1,000 was set aside agent which may have heretoforebeen I II I
Traffic was turned over the detour Enroll For Work by the state to combat fires in the appointed by me to act as ClewistonCompany '
agent in connection with the Hen-
Friday without any preparationor > Everglades.
dry Investment Company of Clewis-
repair and by Saturday night it Twenty, five thousand veterans will
ton, Hendry County, Florida, or to
was practically impassible resultingin be enrolled in 'Veterans Contingent'of act as rentor collector, adjuster for

several local people calling Mr. the Emergency" Conservation work Sebring Forestry the property known as the Hay
Edwards requesting him to have the authorized by executive order of the Building, or any other property own- \ :

local maintenance forces work on president, according to informationsent Is ed or controlled by me personally,
this instead of "massaging the shoul- out by the American Red Cross. Camp Opened or owned or controlled by the Hen- '..N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.1 N.

ders" of Road 25, where they had Selections will be made by mana-

been working. gers of regional offices of the Red SEBRING June 14, (FNS-The
Upon arriving here, Mr. Edwards Cross and the combined facilities of government forestry camp at Lake !IiIlIIillIl.'IIIIIIIIII"! \ '''' IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIr! ; !<) IIIIIIIIIIIIII'J IIIIIIIIIIIIII 11I1II11II1I"t; IIIII'!

made a trip over the detour and the Veterans Administration. The Sebring opened this week with the arrival "

ordered it put in shape immediately.He quota of veterans in each state will of the first contingent of 219 d

stated that this detour would be be based upon state population as men under the command of Capt.

kept up until such time as the grade I shown by the 1930 census. Local Leonard Murphy.

was surfaced.Ag. will be made ,.' '.
quotas up on a county :
Government projects to be carriedout : .
: "
Wood, maintenance foreman, basis, based on county population as include soil erosion, forest improvements > ,. }! : : : ; !;:.( ';
and a crew of several men and trucks of '1930. -
fire protection, construc- ,
and forces under the Preference will be to \ h'c'
unemploymentrelief given unemployed trails
tion of roads and and all
(council, have been working veterans who have depen- types of forestry work. The under- "
since Monday hauling a shell-sand dents to support, and to those havingthe
taking embraces 86,000 acres in 1 :, ,', _:
mixture which is being used as a greatest need. Highlands county, ,with prospectsthat 'i
surface to cover the muck sectionsof The managers will begin making t"
it will later take in additional ,,',
the detour. The detour is now in selections from applications on hand :
acreage in Hardee and Polk counties, .
fair condition and will be in even and selection is to be completed on well
bringing the total to over 100- "
better condition by Saturday night. or before June 22.
000 acres. ,

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I IE!? CLEWISTON GOLF '-Organized as a division of the Nat- Printing Requirements

ional Buy-American Products, Associ- I
y At ation, the Buy Florida Associationwas II II I
i formed in Tallahassee last week
I I,
y y COURSE and an educational campaign is un- r .

::: ', :i: der way to impress upon the peopleof :: _".,\ ..... '.::',i;' ':

," A this state the importance of sup- ,: :,Y: ',' :' ; /
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A porting local industries and hasten- ;. ... ,
:;: :!: ing the return of prosperity by giv- ><

y y .. ing preference, first to Florida-made t
products and second to American-

y : made products.The .

y Association officials maintain

ida that products increased will consumption speed up the of wheelsof Flor- gOOD WORK.....FAIR PRICE

i local industries, make for larger

I itL i1 OpentothoPllhlic I pay-rolls, and, problem.help in solving the unemployment PROMPT SERVICE

:_: Ay Following closely the national campaign I
; the local division will endea-

y vor to advance the sale of Florida- .
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made products through the 1- '
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.;. :: tion of retail dealers who will be A
y: .. '{' I, ..S. urged to make window displays; by .. '

Y I A permanent Florida Products exhibitsin \

Y Y I a number of the larger cities; and : ., ," '.{ 1 1 I II JII -

Y i A through a general educational cam- -
:;: Moderate Green Fees I paign which will include talks be- ': l \

fore civic clubs, over the radio, and .

Exceptional Fairways i f through the newspapers. .

Motorists who are in sympathy with

:: Interesting Greens :: the movement will be asked to carry t a..:..

y I "Buy American" and "Buy Florida II (

y bl. Products" tags and windshield stick- I a
Merchants and business houses

-l...... . .:; . .:: . . will ''be supplied with American'
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