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: July 7, 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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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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M. C. Mott, an optometrist,

r WEEK'S' CHANCESBy will day afternoon meet in special to 'elect session teachers Satur-for i SCHOOL BOOK WARAtlanta from Miami announces that he will KILLED IN LaBELLE ;

the county schools for the coming' be located in Belle Glade at Dr. W. J.

term. Due to many changes in the Buck's office, today and tomorrow.Dr. .
( A. L. Hackett) school laws, the trustees nor school July 5.-FNS-In a report -' BY SPEEDING AUTO ]
Mott is located in :Miami wherehe
The past week has seen the Clew- board was able to determine how made before a delegation of

jston Cane Breakers in one defeat much funds would be available for: legislators from Florida, Georgia, is associated with Dr. Tumlin's

and one victory, losing to Pahokee operation.The South Carolina 'and, Mississippi who clinic. "Don't worry agout me, I'll drive 2s1:

Sunday afternoon in a close and well- trusteees of the county schools met in Atlanta to investigate the He says he will return in two carefully' were the last words H. J. 1

played 2-1 game, and winning froma were requested by the county boardto school book situation, Senator Sam- weeks to deliver glasses he will have Finnebaum said in Clewiston Tuesday 4
Belle Glade nine 7 to 2 in a six have all recommendations ready uel W. Getzen, of Bushnell, revealed as he and George Colon left '"

: inning game played in Belle Glade for the meeting. that Florida has paid more' than $2- perscribed while in Belle Glade. the Clewiston Inn on a business tripto

ti as one of their Fourth of July at- 000,000 commissions to book distri- Ft. Myers. He was killed almost :.,01
butors. School books for the scholastic instantly about 3:30 p.m. when the :"

tractions. LECTURER years of 1931 and 1932 cost ANTImPROHI FORCES car he was driving was crashed into ,.r
Avant deserves mention for his RADIO
J $612,000. Of this sum, $309,961came by a Chevrolet coupe at the courthouse ,y
performance pitching in the game
out of state funds for free in LaBelle at the intersec

I. against game Pahokee in the, which box. Although was his initial he- I TO BE HERE 12THDr. books furnished pupils in the first to READY FOR ACTIONOcala tion of the Inunokalee road. .1:

sixth grades inclusive. The balanceof George Colon ,an associate in the
got into trouble in the seventh, whena "
walked man scored to give the $302,039 was paid by students Sparado construction company, suf 'J}
Pahokee team a one run lead which Everett S.. Smith, president of from the sixth to twelfth grades who July 6. (FNS) Dele- fered three broken ribs, a broken l''
the Olympia Bible class of Miama. did not receive free books in Flor- gates from practically every organization jaw and several cuts and bruises asa 1
the Breakers were not able to over- ;
whose voice is familiar' to thousands ida. in the state interested in repeal result of the smash. His condi- ,-

t': come. or radio listeners in Florida who tunein Senator Getzen served as presiding of the eighteenth amendment tion is not considered dangerous. '2;

I The game was close, well'pl yed I each Sunday morning to hear the officer of the conference of southern met here July 1, intent upon captur- The three occupants of the- Chev ..

and one of interest to the gatheringof weekly discussion of the Sunday legislators, who formed an organization ing the Florida convention for the rolet, Lonnie Ridgeley, Ned' Guy and ;I
fans. The team functioned nicely school lesson, has been secured as "that will seek to lower the costsof anti-prohibition groups. Jesse McClellan cut .
': in the field, taking hard chances, speaker for the Kiwanis club of school books throughout the south The convention was called by Mrs.R. but none of them is considered in, .,;4

"\, and disporting themselves in an ad- Clewiston's ladies' night luncheon' unify texts, develop southern authors C. Camp, of Ocala, chairman of danger. All three of them were giv- '

mirable way. The one error chalked here Wednesday night, July 12, it and abolish commissions to book depositors the Florida branch of the Women's en treatment in LaBelle. Colon was ',:
the locals the result ofa
against for was was announced this week by Roy and private book dealers Organization for National Prohibition ;rushed to a hospital in Ft. Myers., ,;
try a hard chance which was Green, vice-president of the club. Governor Sholtz was one of the prin- Reform. Robert H. Anderson, Jack- W. W. Mayo, deputy sheriff, came I

' scooped up and juggled in the fielder's Invitatio'ns were sent out to a. cipal speakers. Other Florida delegates sonville, was named chairman of the upon the scene of the wreck, .a few ;,

arms causing the throw' to be selected group of citizens of Clewis- were Senators W. P. Shelley, new organization, known as the Flor- moments after the crash had
a ,bit late in reaching its destination. ton, Moore Haven, LaBelle, Fort Telogia; J. G. Black, Jasper; JohnR. ida Repeal Association. After an curred. He said Finnebaum lived ,I:
I Jones, Pahokee's moundsman, was West Palm Beachman West Palm Beach and o
Myers and Beach to meet open meeting an executive session a few minutes after the crash.
the old master that he has often with the Clewiston club and the Pa- Edwin Larsen, Keystone Heights, was held and a tentative list of dele- Sheriff H. L. Delaney after investigating ,j

before proved, to be; keeping the hokee club and the Civitan This committee appointed duringthe
., Rotary was gates was selected. The names were the wreck;:, said he had V
Clewiston boys completely his club! of Belle Glade. It Is estimated recent Florida legislative session. not made public.. From the list an not determined whether arrests '54
i'. mercy and limiting them to three that 150 guests will be present al. Senator Getzen, in addressing t he executive committee will meet in would be made in connection with l'

i scattering hits, striking out 13 men. the luncheon, which Is to be given organization called attention to the Jacksonville July 7 and select an official the death or not. Witnesses are '

r Win from Belle Glade Xiiie. at,the Clewiston Inn. school book system of Ontario, Can- slate of delegates whose names quoted as saying both cars were traveling ..
, ada, which is controlled by the will appear on the election ballot ::,
The game in Belle Glade was all at a rapid rate of speed, although -
t in Clewiston's favor. The first inn- province's department of education. along with a similar list of dele- the car driven by Finnebaumhad .
is WinnerOf Books there are authorized by t he gates favoring retention of prohibi- :
ing netted a five run lead over the the right of way over the other
[ picked team of Belle Glade. ''With provincial minister of education and tion. at the intersection. .-

the bases loaded by two walks, and June Tourney 21C. jiwned by the department of educa. The cars were thrown off the road ';

one man gaining his base by being tion.As. an example, Senator Get- breaking two telephone poles and
hit the McLendon zen made, a comparison of book costsin Hendry County Stock tree the
by pitcher, poleda uprooting a palm at edge of
V. Parkinson, with a ,49-52 defeated Ontario and this country. A .
three bagger, which cleared the the highway. Both cars were bor-
bases, then he came in on Cato's Emmett Shelley Saturday afternoon -'I reader costing fourteen cents in On- To Be Improved By rowed; the Reo sedan, in which Fin-
2 and 1 to win the June handicap tario costs fifty-six cents in the Uni-
grounder. Cato stole second and ; nebaum and Colon were ridng, had _
r \ scored on Mitchell's safe hit. Dick golf tournament. Shelley, was : ted States. A geography selling for Brahma Cross Breed been borrowed from a busness associate ;
slightly off his usual game and Parcinson -
I| seventy-five _cents in Ontario sells for
Hooks smashed out a triple in the in Tampa'; the Chevrolet was
fourth, and scored on an error. Be- played a better round than Is $1.72 in this country.One the property of John Poole, a cattle- :.
his usual score to win. of the
of the
der Nail was safe on first on an error, main objects Twenty-five huge gray Brahma man, who had left it in RIdgeley's .
In the qualifying rounds for the eliminate distributing -
sent to third by McLendon, and then meeting was to bulls, the humped sacred cows of care while h'ewentVon the range for a '.1+
July tournament Emmett Shelley that receive commissionfees '
scored on another error. agencies India, were recently added to the few days. Both machines were completely
with a net score of 70 medalist to 20 of
won ranging up percent
Wilson and Guthrie started as herd of Lykes' Brothers ranch 15 demolished.
honors and W. H. McCracken with .
. batteries for Clewiston with Hender- ; I -- miles west of Clewiston, in order to Mr. Finnebaum was consulting en-
net of 71 placed second.
>". ft' san and Busher taking the place for I Ia produce a hardier, larger, more gineer of the Sparado construction
I Belle Glade. Dick Hooks replaced Due to improved play the AUDIT IS RECEIVEDA valuable cow to supply: hte growing company, which has contract for -apart

Wilson in the fourth, with Rutland caps of the following handi-I demand. These sturdy cattle when of the federal dike construc- '

behind the bat. Miller and Alston been reduced during the past crossed with native stoqk produce a tion near Lakeport. He is married

I went in for Belle Glade. Emmett Shelley from 19 to 6; 'E. shortage of $20,590.50 in the cross-bred animal whose meat is of and has two children, Lee and 'Bob.

Kelly, from 18 to '15; H. R: E'I accounts of former tax collector J. firmer texture than the native range His family is in New York City. His
Heavy hitting was displayed by the from 16 to 13 Tom L. Taylor, was alledged in a report .
; Shelley cow, and the average weight of the body was shipped to his home Wed
Cane Breakers with Belle Glade
receiving six to three; H. A. Bestor, from 20 I Ito of the state auditing department I cross is much heavier than the na nesday from Ft. Myers.: ",

credit for one safety. 18; F. D. Duff, from 14 to 12; A. which was read at a meeting of the tive. Mr. Colon is a partner in the con-

After the game the team were N. Gallant, from 21 to 20; W. C. county commissioners at LaBelle Brahma bulls were introduced in- struction company and both he andMr.

guests of the Belle Glade Chamberof Owen from 18 to 13; and C. V. Monday.The to Florida herds Finnebaum have*been in Clewis-
Commerce at a barbecue, and laterto Parkinson from 35 to 25. some years ago
the dance.OPTIMISM state's prosecuting attorneyfor principally because they, and their ton frequently durIng the past three
The following pairings have been I this judicial circuit, Guy M. Stray offspring, were less susceptible to months.

made for the first round of the July I horn is inquired to bring suit againstthe the Texsa fever tick, than the native -

AND CAREFUL, tournament: Emmett Shelley, vs, Dr. bonding company which went on strains. It was found that these

h MANAGEMENT HELP CLUB V. J. White; E. B. Butler, vs, E. E'I Mr. Taylor's bond to recover the cattle were excellent foragers and LaBelle Votes to Keep .
Kelly H. R. Hall Father shortage of funds due to the state
; vs did well Florida the
BOY MAKE GOOD RECORD as on ranges as
,i, gan; W M. Redelsheimer vs. Tom and county. The school funds will native cattle. City Charter by 67-13 !

Shelley; F. D. Duff vs.. H. A. Bes- I.I be recoverede only upon successful
The younger generation of farm- tor; Jay W. Moran vs. M. W Bigg; I suit brought:! by the attorney for Lykes Brothers have some 11,000
ers as represented by the 4-H club A. N. Gallant vs. W. C. Owen; C. V. the school board to recover the funds head, of cattle in this county, it was Voters of the City of LaBelle refused -

boys and vocational agricultural stu- Parkinson vs. W H McCrackenThe withheld from the school funds. estimated by one of the range rid- to ratify a local bill passed In

dents, quite often set examples wor- first rounds are' to be playedby The atorney for the school board, ers. the 1933 session of the state legis-

. : Il.fJfi thy of being followed by other Saturday July 15, Lloyd Sparrow, 1.. O. Gravely said he would begin The price of cattle seems to be lature to abolish the city .wein-

: ,;il young farmers and by older farmers, pro, 'said yesterday suit promptly, as soon as the, required climbing upward. Recently a car- ment and make a' special tax district -
i f", too. A recent instance of this is ten day's official notice. had load was purchased for $12 per head, out of the corporate limits of
found in a radio talk made by Arthur lapsed. which is above the average price. the town. The local law failed by:

i McNeely of Marion county, who Game and Shell-fish According to the auditor's report, the overwhelming vote of 69 to 13.
r atte'nded the 4-H club short course I Interest in the election, which was
a shortage of nearly $500 was alleged -
at the I Plan held Friday, was light until a few
University of Florida and Celery Shippers
Departments Merge in failure of the former collector -
later the National 4-H Club camp I days before the election was to be
to funds the
deposit paid by
in Washington. I I held, but then substantial citizens began
To Stabalize MarketsLakeland
I Under One Director sugar company here in settlement to take interest and defeated )
"Having plenty of courage and determination of parts of its 1929 and 1930 taxes.
the movement to turn the affairs of
I was able to go through Errors in reporting the tax sale is
the depression and increase my hogs Tallahassee, July 6.;-(FNS-The alleged to show a shortage of near- July 6.-FNS) The town over to the tax assessor: :; tax

i. and cows in 1932 to larger and more game and fresh water fish, shell fish : ly $300. Florida Celery Shippers Associationmet ; collector and mayor of he present
city. It was, rumored in LaBelle that
economical herds," said young Mc- and geological survey departmentswere j The largest single shortage in any here to formulate plans for sta-
in favor of abolishingthe
I Neely. "The depression has causedme merged into the new conservation one account was claimed when it bilization of this important Florida was
to become i'n commission ,July 1, complying city government "so Clewiston I
more capable my was stated that $14,807.03 was with- industry "
club work and to raise animals more with the new enacted law at the recent held from distribution on the collec- S. R. Dighton, secretary of the as- would itorial get stand the of county the Clewiston seat. An News ed-

economically." legislature. All three depart- tion of? the tax roll of 1931. sociation, was named chairman of
the previous ;week advocating no
No wonder McNeely won a free ments deal with the conservation ofFlorida's I .
the committee to work out plans fora
of LaBelle's
change in the city gov-
trip to his state club short course natural resources. BLATE
I reduction of acreage, as ernment did much to correct the false
and another one to the National Club Former Shell Fish Commissioner The stock and fixtures of Blate by the federal agricultural impression that Clewiston had any
Camp. A boy with that much cour- George W. Davis, was named Con- Brothers local
as i dry goods store, was adjustment act. The committee will selfish interest in LaBelle's munici-.
age and determination is just nat- servation Commissioner of the new j I moved this week to Winter Haven make a report as soon as all details pal affairs. During the brief cam'

urally bound to win at whatever he department. Senator M. O. Harri-< where they will open up a new hu- have been worked out. Other mem- paign it was argued in some quarters

undertakes. He is comparable to I son, Palmetto, became assistant com- 1 ;iness in a short time. bers of the committee serving with that Clewiston would like to see the
the man who found a wolf at the' missioner.
Dighton are J. Hutchinson. Fred I LaBelle city abolished, but friends of
door and pretty soon had himself a Game Commissioner C. C. Wood-
Dorner and Henry Nickel of Sanford, Clewfston in 'LaBelle immediately
fur overcoat. He is an optimist who ward, whose commission lapsed several Gasoline on the FarmMore W. B. Powell, Sarasota, and R. H. corrected this false impressoin.

proves his optimism. He takes ad- months ago, retired No arrange- English, Bradenton.SECRETARY .

vantage of every opportunity to im- ment has been made as to how the than 2,125,000,000 gallonsof I :3HSS MURRAY WINS IX !
qi prove in his operations and make will affect State
y : merger Geologist petroleum fuels, including gaso- OF SECRETARIES BEAUTY CONTEST HELD AT
! 'ter' more money.It Herman Gunter. nne, kerosene and distillate, together CLEARAVATER JULY -ith
is little wonder then that he
with 'approximately 90,700,000 Tallahassee, July 6. (FNS-
says he has sold $1,07 worth of GRAVELY MADE ATTORNEY gallons of lubricating oils were usedon Secretary of State R. A. Gray has Miss Minnie Belle Murray, daugh-

hogs in his club work, in which he farms in the United States in been elected secretary of the Na-.I ter of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Murray,

: started with one sow seven years L. O. Gravely, of LaBelle, was recently : 1930, according to the Bureau of tional Association of Secretaries of. was awarded the title "Miss Florida"over

F ago, and has made a profit of $611. named ,county attorney by j Agricultural Engineering, U. S. De- State. This honor was conferred on 22 entries in the beauty con-
: He bought a good gilt to begin with, Governor Dave Sholtz. # I partment of Agriculture. More than
Secretary Gray at the national con- test staged in Clearwater, the 4th of
and has increased his herd conservatively The office of county attorney was half of the fuel and lubricating oil, vention held in Chicago last, week July. Miss :Murray was recently

f from time to time, in addition created by special act of the 1933 1,240,500,000 and 46,500,000 gal- Florida was selected by the organization selected to represent Ft. Myers at the

; to adding a dairy project 'and session of the legislature, and carries ;'Ions respectively was used in auto- [ for next year's national convention pageant. Mr. Murray maintains his

.' keeping cows. with it a salary of $1500 per year. l mobiles. !home there.

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The Clewiston News The animal weighed about twiceas ] upon the assessment roll, of acting asa .
Board of Equalization of hearing
tATE BY much as the largest elephant of
Published every Friday in Clewiston, TOO TO r today and was nine feet tall and sixteen complaints and receiving testimonyas
Florida by the CLEWISTON NEWS, RUSSELL KAY feet long, not counting the to the value of any property real ,
CLASSIFYAnd or personal, as fixed by the tax assessor
Inc. III tusks. and of perfecting, reviewingand
.- Dold E. Columbi was a vegetarian, equalizing the 1933 tax assess- .
Entered second class matter the geology book says, rooting up ment.
February 1, as 1927, at the Post Officeat now they're telHn' the story Then when I went to buy tires I plants and small trees.It. was cov-I. This notice dated this 3rd day of ,
Clewiston, Florida, under the Act about a young lady who stopped at found: out that while I'd been drivin' ered with reddish wool and long July, A. D. 1933. i ;T '
' a filling station and asked the man the old ones to get more mileageand black hair.-Leesburg Commercial. F. D. DUFF, "=
March 3 1897.
of if he could tell her where\she could save money the price had ad- President, City Commission. ;

find a public telephone. 'He said, vanced twenty percent so altogetherI I...,........................................N NH-NON. -...-.................................... July: 7, 14, 1933. N" '',;
A newspaper devoted to the best ) ,. ., i.' ,., ,
guess dumb
"yes, it's just around, the corner. my economy complexcost
interests of Hendry county, Florida. She replied, "never mind that old me about fifteen dollars to say
It's leading newspaper. republican gag, I'm in a hurry;" nothin' of the danger of drivin' u jlj TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 1 !
All of which leads to the',fact those old tires
i Subscription rate, per year........$2.00 that this country has already up turned Here I'd risked my neck and had ................................................................................"" OF FLORIDA COUNTY., IN AND FOR HENDRY ;'

, the most of haven't two accidents, when if I'd
Outside of State of Florida-$2.50 corner and us gone on CLEWISTON HOME BUILD- h
realized it yet.I ahead and bought the tires when I Two departments of the local post- ING ASSOCIATION,

: Business Office, Clewiston News, been hearin' about prices goin' ;needed 'em, all that could have been pffice were consolidated on Independence PlaintiffVs. ,

. Florida. Editorial and up, and saw the ads warn in' me that avoided and I would have gotten my day but the consolidationwas .
Advertising, same.PROPOSED I'd better buy now, but like a lot of tires for twenty percent less than not made by your Uncle Samuel, ROY L. SIMPSON, ET AL., s'.r
: other dumb bunnies, I overlooked the they cost me today. No, sir; Rev Furgess, who is no sailor Defendants.

change in administration that took And I understand that the price isgoin' but he can tie a mighty hard knot, MORTGAGE FORECLOSUREOrder :
. CONSTITUTIONAL up again soon, so if you need did the of PublicationIt ;
place some time back and thoughtit consolidating. He comes out affidavit filed
appearing by
AMENDMENTS was just a lot more republican any tires take my advice and don'tfool in his very best clerical style and, herein, that Roy L. Simpson and
around. Go and get 'em now evidetly forgetti.ng that it Inde- ;
find their propaganda. was Myrtile A. Simpson, and Texie Plant,
will on
Florida voters I have been needin' a new set of before you crack up on the road pendence Day, he married Arthur defendants herein, are residents of a
next general election,
ballots in the some place and before another price Lawrence, the postmaster, a.nd Jewel tate other than Florida, and that
tires for for
car a or
1934 my month so,
November ,
which takes place advance makes 'em cost you ten or Lowe, who was the chief mogul in the: residence of A. R. Plant, one of
but havIn' an complex I
seven proposed amendments to economy twenty percent more than you can the; order deartment. So the defendants herein is unknown:
. state constitution. Set up as resolutions figured I'd just run on the old ones get 'em for now. it's money now NOW, THEREFORE, you, the said
Mr. Mrs.
and Art.
' k and adopted at the last ses- for another thousand miles or so and And another thing, don't be t he you Roy L. Simpson, Myrtile A. Simpson, t
Now for little low
be that much ahead.So a down on the A. R. Plant and each
sion of the legislature the amend- kind of smart guy I was once and Plant, Texie ,
,happy married couple. After the
ments must be voted on by the peo- I've been bouncin' around on waste your hard earned dough of you, are hereby notified that suit
on rebuilt -
of the state, and their additiontn a set of worn out bald-headed tires ceremony Art. began squawking to as styled above, has been brought :;,
ple constitution will depend upon and last week I was drivin' in the or second-hand tires. Get a his side kick, Sias, about being hun- against you in the said court, seek- r.

the favorable in the rain and slapped on my brakes real good standard make with a real guar- gry. Now isn't that just like, a ing foreclosure of a" mortgage on: tl, k,i
receiving a majority I antee behind 'em and then you won'thave typical homo sapiens? His best Lot 5, Block 172, of Clewis'J,; ;,,
sudden to make a turn and I mean :
balloting. An eighth amendment was to ton Florida. !";
worry. ,
man, Si., reminded him that he could .
I it was just too bad. I
adopted, but appears to have been A good dependable set of tires is And you and each of you are here j
I get breakfast in
Sebring. And ,
lost since the adjournment of the Those slick tires couldn't hold to just about the finest kind of accident so by required to file your written ap- _
i session; it was, however, later found, the road and I did the sweetest little i!I[ insurance qne can have the way Art. and Jewel left for their honey- pearance with the Clerk of said ;
moon (see three). Now
The very Court at LaBelle, Florida, personallyor
but had not been signed. seven merry-go-round you ever saw. The: we drive today. Even at present :
Florida early the next morning Si. receiveda by attorney in said suit, on or be-
proposed amendments to car turned clear around twice and prices tires r"
are cheaper than they telegram saying, "Have just hada fore the first Monday in August, A. r.." ,
constitution which the people of the then crashed into a convenient tree
will be again for a long, long timeyou big breakfast . The Lawrc zce's D. 1933, being the 7th day of said i ,\;;,
state will ratify or reject at the elec- and in addition to scarin' myself out '
can depend on that. The cost of are going to Minnesota via Tulsa mnoth, and thereafter to file with :,':
tion next year, are as follows: of ten years' growth, I had to shell labor and material is goin' up every Okla., which is not far from said Clerk, your written defenses, if u
To repeal state-wide, bone-dry pro- out eight bucks for damage to the day and that means that commodity very any, to the bill of Complaint in said ; ,z ?
hibition against all alcoholic and intoxicating prices must advance with 'em. Thisis Reno, but don't worry, Reno holdsno suit, at the time prescribed by law. y :t.rJ

beverages subject to repeal car.But wait that's only part of t he a mighty good time to figure out charms for them. Herein fail not or judgment will 4 'l

i of national prohibition, leaving story. I got goin' again and madeup what you need and go buy it while 0000000 be entered againstyou by default. )
Did you hear about the EXTRA Witness my hand and seal of said -,(
the liquor question a matter of, local my mind I would get some new the buyin' is good.If t
trophy C. V. Parkinson wo.n for win- Court, at LaBelle. Florida, this 22nd
in each of Florida's counties.To tires just I home.
option as soon as got you ain't thinkin' of joinin'
a ning the June golf tournament? Two day of June, 1933.
exempt homesteads up to a But me and home were still a hun- nudist colony, it might be a good idea cold bottles of beer from WILLIAM T. HULL,
valuation of $5,000 from, taxation.To dred miles from each other and I'll to lay in an extra pair of pants as the Clew- (Official Seal Clerk of Said Court.
iston Supply force. .On hot
exempt motion picture studiosin be a son of a so and so, if I didn't well as socks, shirts, shoes and other a day Affixed) .
this state from all ad valorem taxation blow out one of those fool tires be- harness for if you don't buy 'em nowyou'll this would be more valuable that a J. M. COUSE, ;

for a period of fifteen years. fire I'd gone another twentyfivemiles sure pay plenty for 'em next silver loving cup with nothing to Solcitor for Plaintiff. 4:

To reduce the number of judicial and, darn near turned over in fall and winter. So if :you're wise put in it. July 7, 14, 21t 28, Aug. 4th. N ;

circuits from twenty-eight to fifteen.:I the ditch as a result. you'll go buy---buy right now. I 0000000
To eliminate grand juries exceptin Funny to see a city man tryingto IN CIRCUIT COURT, TWELFTH
capital cases or where the circuit .JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDAIN
get back to nature in a steam-
judge calls the jury into session, in for anyone to promote a masked 10 and 19, another 20 percent be- heated and electrically lighted log AND FOR HENDRY COUNTY;

all other cases giving the state attor- ball.A tween ages 20 and 29. The hazard cabin.TimesUnion.The IN CHANCERY

ney power to file criminal informations. Wisconsin law forbids the use exists chiefly among boys and young Grapefruit Growers Protec-

of the phonograph.In men. Firearms should be carried tive Association .was founded this LLOYD S. MILLS, Complanant.vs. .

To'empower the legislature to pro- Bellingham, Wash., a law pro- 'only according to the accepted rules. week at Bartow. Grapefruit eaters LAVONIA. MILLS, Defendant.It DIVORCE.
vide for a uniform system of county vides that a woman must not take If you don't know the rules, learn will continue to protect themselvesfrom

and municipal government, classifying more than three steps backward at them before picking up a gun and squirts and sprays the best they appearing by affidavit appended -

cities and counties and enacting a time when dancing. tramping through the fields and can.-St. Petersburg Independent.o to the sworn bill of complaint in y

laws suited to each class thus elim- In New York it is illegal to have a woods. o-.- the above styled cause that the de-

inating local bill legislation to a [gate that opens outward. Make sure that nobody is in range same showers that have relieved fendant Lavonia Mills is a non-res- i;
marked degree.To when you contemplate using fire- ident of the State of Florida, that C ;
One must have a permit from the the heat and made the trees; ?
consolidate governments of the she is over the age of 21 years, that i
sheriff arms, and under no circumstances
to buy a chicken after darkin and flowers mor ebeautiful duringthe her residence
place of abode and
City of Jacksonville and County of I point a gun at another Your
Idaho.It person.
past week will also make the post office address is New Orleans,
Duval, subject to a referendum, if is illegal for a woman to weara victim may never' live to hear the weeds grow that much faster. Moore in the State of Louisana, that their''

approved by voters of the state. bracelet 'watch on her ankle in all too common and weak excuse, "I Haven should work hard to keen the is no person in the State of Florida

The proposed amendment to the Elizabeth, Tenn. didn't know it was loaded." weeds down so that visitors will not service of Summons in chancery on
constitution which should have been Snake Bites whom would bind the said defen-
Fishing from the back of an ani- have to wade through them to seethe <
among the number submitted to the Find out what poisonous snakesare dant.It.
mal is illegal In Idaho.In beauties of the town.
people at the polls in November, Connecticut it is against the prevalent in the district you o -- is thereupon ordered that the
1934 sought the consolidation of the intend said defendant be and appear to the
to visit, and learn something
law to shave on Sunday. Sherman said war is hell, but that Bill of Complaint on or before Monday -
offices of county tax assessor and Wild men or wild women cannotbe I. about their appearance and habits. was before the time of second-hand the 7th day of August A. D.

county tax collector, in each county exhibited in Nebraska. Rattlers, copperheads, cotton-mouths automobiles, income taxes and radio 1933 otherwise the allegations in

and would perhaps have saved a In South Dakota when trains meetat or water-moccasins, and the coral or croon ers.-Ti m es-Un Ion. said Bill of Complaint will be takenas
large amount to the taxpayers of the crossing of two railroads each harlequin snakes are dangerous. Rid- confessed by the said defendant.It .

: state, in the years to come, eliminat- must wait until the other crosses.- ing boots or leather leggins give is further ordered that this or-

ing 67 offices provided it was approved Leesburg Commercial. siderable protection. If a snake NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING der be published once a week for '.
by the voters. But there bite does occur, don't lose your four consecutive weeks in the Clew- '
seems to be nq help for anything of head. Tuesday, July 18, 1933, at 4 iton News, a newspaper published in :
TIMELY VACATION POINTERS o'clock P. M. United States eastern said County and State.
the kind when somehow, a docu-
Apply a tourniquet just above the
standard time is fixed as date and This 3rd day of July, A. D. 1933. :
ment is mislaid.-Florida Times- bite, remembering to loosen it for a .
time when and the City Hall in the WILLIAM T. HULL .
Union. The following pointers written for moment every fifteen minutes. Steri- City of Clewiston is designated as (Seal) Clerk Circuit Court, ;t.
general distribution by Dr. Ernest H. lize the skin and cut a gash courage- the place where the City Commissionshall LOUIS O. GRAVELY, .j.
QUEER LAWS Lines, medical director of the New ously just above the bite with a sharp hold 'a public meeting for the Solicitor for Complainant. i ,

York Life Insurance company are knife. Suction by mouth will help purpose of consideration and acting July 7, 14, 21,. 28, Aug. 4. N ,\'t"

While we are prone to count as very timely now that vacation timeis draw off some of the venom, which -- :
unique the vagaries of laws passedby here. should not be swallowed or retainedin 1

the Florida legislature, we Camping in the woods or on the the month. Get a physician as

haven't shot from taw as the boys of shore of some lake can be one of the quickly as possible, and have anti- Milk For The Youth .1.

our generation used to say. There must healthful ways to spend a sum- toxin for snake bite if possible.

are queerer things in other states mer holiday. This is particularlytrue People going into localities where Milk and
than, we have ever noted in Florida. of city office workers who snakes are plentiful can obtain a protects strengthens the

For instance we have the followinglist should aim to get plenty of fresh supply of anti-toxin put up in small youth during the period of maturing

that has been going the roundsin air and sunshine, and a moderate syringes ready for! use. Alcohol is
several states. Who compiled it amount of exercise, during the two not an anti-toxin for snake venom. when mental and physical changesmust

we do not know but it has the brandof weeks vacation usually allotted to Do not depend on it.SUPEHELEPHAXT'S. be safeguarded.
authenticity through having been
run in the columns of a number of selecting a camp site, go to FOSSIL

reputable newspapers. Briefly, we one that is free from mosquitoes, I UNCOVERED IN SILVER SPRINGS For The AdultMilk

give it thusly: I flies and_ other insects which are

Bowling is illegal in Ohio.Women's not only unpleasant but also disease Silver Springs has produced an- repairs and replaces tissues, ",

bathing suits worn on carriers and poisonous. Then choosea other choice bit of bony interest in
South Park Beach in Chicago must spot of ground high enough to be the form of the skeleton of a super- promotes and maintains general .

have quarter arm sleeves.It dry if it rains. Do not sleep on elephant. It was first noticed by one nutrition and health.

is illegal to peel an orange in damp ground. An ample supply of of the colored guides and is imbedded ,

a California hotel room. woolen blankets should be provided, in the sand in what is known

Hire your neighbor's cook and you as well as warm clothing and sweaters as the "big boil." For EverybodyMilk

can be imprisoned in Florida if you are camping in a place Newton Fiveash, member of the

A North Carolina statute says twin where the evenings may be cool. Silver Springs life guard, dived in- supplies the most nearly
beds must be at least two feet apart.In Matches, cigarettes and cigar rto the 30 feet of water and extracteda perfect

Vancouer, Canada ,it is unlaw- stubs should not be thrown away tooth from the skull of the animal food---a food which, supple

ful to ride, a tricycle more than ten carelessly when camping in the The tooth was carried to mented by juice
miles an hour. orange green vegetables -
woods. Camp-fires should also Gainesville
be and identified by Dr. T.
In Kansas a law requires that thoroughly extinguished whenever Van Hyning, director of the Florida and sunshine, supplies everynutritional I

every public building be provided I you leave the camp. Forest fires, state museumas the lower tooth of need of human beings. '' e
with a sufficient number of cuspi- i causing injury and death, have often' an elephant columbi, also known as

dors.It. been started by careless campers mammoth columbi.
is against the law In Nebraskafor Axes and hatchets should be used I The tooth is about nine inches by Excerpt? from a Statemtfit from Florida State

women to wear skirts more than with care, for it is all to easy to cut four inches. Department of Agriculture, Tallahassee.
eight inches from the floor.In I a hand or foot badly. Sterilize all According to Dana's Manual of

Joliet it is unlawful for a woman -I cuts, particularly those from rusty geology, which :Mr.! Van Hyping con-

to try on more than six dressesin nails or old iron, to avoid lockjawor sulted, elephas columbi lived in the Clewiston Dairy CompanyDRINK
one store. other infection.
pleistocence ageabout one or two
In Massachusetts it is illegal fora Firearms million years ago. Wandering over

woman to appear in public with The National Safety Council reports -;from Siberia, it inhabitated North MILK FOR HEALTH
her face powdered or rouged. In that one-third of the deaths : America from the Bering Straits to .

Massachusetts it is also unlawful from firearms occur between ages the Gulf of Mexico;
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The big dredge "Cherokee" owned Hes&ott STATE NEWS IN REVIEW I

by the Merit Dredging Company and
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I Mr. and Mrs. Dan B. Allen and which had been, chartered by the FOR JULY 9, 1033 -

'i daughter left Monday for a two Spadaro Dredging Company to assist -
; Tallahassee, July 5. (FNS- Tallahassee, July 5. .- (FNS)-
t weeks' vacation. in completing their levee contract ''
SUBJECT: Caleb. Figures released today by Comptrol- The Florida Legislative and Govern-
t on the north shore left the GOLDEN TEXT: Joshua 14:6-14. lei" J. M. Lee, show that the general 1 mental association has been organ-

Ernest Theriot, Jr., left Saturday first she will of the week for Stuart where PRACTICAL TRUTH: Confidencein fund receipts for the first six months I ized here in accordance with a reso-

for a short visit with his parents go on drydock.The God is necessary to spiritual of this year total $2,870,936.67 while lution passed by both houses of the

!. in Houma, La. Spadaro 'Company has been growth. expenses for the same period are 1933 legislature. Its policies and

making excellent progress' on their The lands of Canaan had been given as $2,969,106.40, showing a I work will be entirely in the hands of '

I Miss Ulla Jacobson and C. J. Lav- contract and have reached the pointin captured and divided, by lot, among deficit of $98,259.73.It members of the legislature, saidH.

A V yarn spent ,Sunday visiting friends the work ,where only one machine the tribes of Israel. The .native peo- is expected that June receipts I E. Bierly, secretary of the

i in Ft. Myers Beach. may be used. ples had not all been driven out, and which will be received from tax collectors new body.

i, many remained to vex the Israelites.In by the comptroller's office The object of the association is to

Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Allen spent State Finance Laws a few instances some of the native during the month of July will be.I gather systematic, up-to-date infor-

Sunday in Pahokee as' guests of Mr. tribes rebelled against the Jews sufficient to make up this deficit. mation on governmental problems.for

ind Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot.Miss Became Effective and sometimes reduced them to It is interesting to compare the the use of members of the legislaturein

bondage.In present financial situation with thatof framing bills to be enacted into

i Myra Berry, of Orlando, has Joshua 13, the Lord said to last year. Records show that for laws. The information will be gath

f recently been added to the office of July 1st; Less Cost Joshua, "Thou art old and strickenin the same period of *1932 total receipts ered in other states as well as Flor

: the U. S. Engineer here, as clerk. Tallahassee, July 3.-FNS-On years, and there remaineth yet were $2,930,498, while expenses ida, both during and between legis

July 1, the State of Florida began very much land to be possessed. Thisis were $3,408,358.63 or a defi-! lative sessions. An attorney to assist
' Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. D'Arcy financial operations, under, the newly the land to be possessed. This is cit of 49786192.. These figures indicate legislators in drafting bills, mo

i' 1' and daughter and Andrew Weiland enacted General Appropriationsmeasure the land that yet remaineth; all the a reduction in the cost of operating I tions, resolutions and records will be

were visitors in Ft. Myears Sun- which calls for a reductionof borders of the Philistines," etc. the state government this employed.

I t day. approximately $1,500.00 as compared -i In I Samuel 4:5-11, a battle be- rear of $439,172.23"over 1932. I "This service will eliminate con

with the appropriation bill tween the Philistines and the Israel- i siderable ill-considered contradictory
approved -
Mrs. E. D. Bennett and
son, in 1931. '' ites is described. That conditioncame Tallahassee, July 4FNSIn : obscure and unconstitutional legislation
r Munzelle Stone, left recently for a
: The new State Salary law passEdat 'I' about because the Israelites,did his last monthly bulletin to the press, and bring about better legisla A
i two weeks' visit with relatives in
the recent legislature went into not complete the work of driving out retiring Game Commissioner C. C. tion, better government; and better
Marianna.Mr. .
t effect at this time. Under provisionsof the heathen nations from the prom- Woodward disclaims all responsibility citizenship in the state," said Secretary

the new law the governor's salarywas ised land, as God had directed.It for the passage of House Bill Bierly. !
and Mrs. G. H. Small left
for Atlanta Ga. where reduced from $9,000 to $7,500. never pays to neglect or aban- 155 and gives a complete history of The work of collecting information,
Monday they
\ Soon after taking office Governor don the duties laid down for us by the bill as it progressed through the preparing reports and conducting in.
will sp<(Jnd a two weeks' vacation visiting -
relatives. holtz voluntarily cut his salary ten God. 1933::: session of the legislature.This vestigations will be done by a spec

"d\ percent Prior to this economy In Joshua 11:21-22 we are told, bill creates the new Conservation ial council and research committee

r I Mr. and Mrs.T W. P. Vaughn, Sr., move on the part of the governor, "And at that, time cmae Joshua and Department under which the fish I consisting of ten senators and 15 rep
the chief executive of the state cut off the Anakim from the moun- shell
Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Vaughn and received and game, fish, and geological resentatives.
V a remuneration of $10,000 a tains-there was none of the Ana- departments are combined. Executive officers of the :'
\ children and W. P. Vaughn, Jr., kim the association
V left in land of the childrenof
Salaries of cabinet officers
year. Explaining his position, Mr. '
composed a party spending Sunday are Senate President T. G.
I were reduced from $6,000 to $5,000; Israel; only in Gaza, in Gath, and Woodward states that while he
at Fort Myers Beach. approved Leesburg, president; Repre-
t and Supreme Court justices receive there remained. i the bill as originally drafted setative S. P. Roblneau, Miami, vice-

t \ Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Oglesby and $6,000 instead of $7,800, beginningwith It must be that after Joshua died I I and urged sportsmen of the state to president; H. E. Bierly, Tallahassee,
of, those
some Anakims
the fiscal (giants) returned -
children left this week for a twoweeks' new year. support it, certain changes were secretary; and P. B. McDougall, Tal
a vacation, most of which Reduction of personnel in several and re-established their made before final\ passage which in lahassee, treasurer.
homes in Hebron.Today's .
state departments and curtailed wage his opinion defeated the of
P rlose
they will spend at Miami Beach. Senator D. Stuart Gillis, DeFuniak
checks made it possible for the stateto lesson begins: "Then the the bill and forced him to withdrawhis
Springs, is head of the department of
children of Judah
came unto Joshuain
meet its month-end payroll June
Mrs. W. C. Hooker, Mrs. W. B. :: support. state government; Representative
Gilgal; and Caleb the of
3 transfer of funds from
Furgess, Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs.F. Jephunneh the Kenezite I I "The original bill," Mr. Woodward Robineau, head of the department of
said unto
the Motor Vehicle to the
R. Maxwell and Mrs. Roy Green Department him Thou points out, "gave the cabinet officers city government, and RepresentativeG.
for that knowest the things that v
spent in West Palm Beach. general treasury purpose. complete regulatory authority and.
Friday Governor Sholtz had anticipated the Lord said unto Moses the man F. Westbrook, Clermont, head of
appointive powers, which I considered the of
department county govern
that of of God concerning, me and thee in
K. C. McMullen foreman at the approximately tag a, step forward as it would, to a ment.
department monies might have to be Kadeshbarnea. Forty years old wasI
'. Clewiston left for great degree the administration
: Dairy, Monday a remove -
used to meet salaries on July 1, if when Moses the servant, of the
two weeks' vacation which he will of conservation activities from
I, .spend in north Florida visiting this department showed a sufficient Lord sent me from Kadeshbarnea to the influence of political changes. Tampa, July 5. (FNS) An-
espy out the land; and I brought him
surplus. nouncement has been made Fed-
t' relatives. Such influences are recognized as the by
Twelve word again as it was in mine heart.
employees were dropped
most serious handicap to conservation eral Judge Akerman that a conference
t from the comptroller's payroll. W. M. Nevertheless my brethren that went will be held here 15 to
July ,
Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle left recently in any state. As finally passed
McIntosh, the second oldest employeof up with me made the heart of the out the district division to be
t for Chicago to attend the this was changed to rest solely with map
the state from a point of service, people melt; but I wholly followedthe taken care of by the newly created
Century of Progress Exposition. the governor and not with the board,
chief clerk in the Lord my God. And Moses swareon
"- will resigned as comp- federal court in Orlando.At .
They return to Clewiston about the authority to make all appoint-
troller's office because of advancedage that day, saying, surely the land
l August 1. ments and employ all necessary assistants the present time there are three
after being than whereon thy feet have trodden shall
I employed more "
I and agents. federal divisions in the southern district -
50 that 34 be thine inheritance, and thy children's -
: by department.
Mr. and Mrs. G. O. Wallace and years Miami and Jackson-
t In Februry, 1929, when Mr. Wood- Tampa,
employees of the Motor Vehicle Department because thou hast :
.. t family left recently for Pahokee ward, became game commissioner I ville. Congress recently enacted a
been wholly followed the Lord thy God.
have Mostof
: where they will make their home. the department was over $67,000 in law creating a fourth division with ;
those dropped now, behold, the Lord hath kept i
were married.
Mr. Wallace is an inspector on t he me alive, as he said these forty debt. The financial statement shownin headquarters at Orlando. Countiesin

''(f-\1'\ ", federal dike project in the Ever- and five years, even since the Lord Mr. Woodward's final report indicates that jurisdiction will be redictrict-
glades. oN -:1I1-.si1 l !! spake this word unto Moses, while I a balance at this time of approximately ed and regular court terms fixed.

the children of Israel wandered in $60,000. Receipts for Judge Halstead L. Ritter presidesin

Dave Styrn left recently for Jacksonville the wilderness;. and now, lo, I am I June as shown in the report were the Miami division, Judge LouisW.
1 after a stay of several Dr. M. C. MottOptometrist this day fourscore and five years I $6,055.34 while disbursements for Strum in Jacksonville, and Judge

,j" t l months here. Mr. Styrn was inspector old. the same period were $3,067.26. Alexander Akerman in Tampa.

'1 I t, on the federal dike project As yet I am as strong this day as I I

J" I here before being transferred to -WILl BE IX- I was in the day that Moses sent I .:N:..:N.N:..:N:.IN1111: :..:...:..:..:..:...:..:..:..:.:..:...:..:...:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:NNNNNNNII. . :.1N. ....N:,.
} : Jacksonville.Mr. me; as my strength was then, even 1:M:N:.:N:11:N 1:N 1:N N:.:N:N:N:N N:N:.:N:N:N ti N:N ti N:N:N N:..1 N 11:N:N:.1:N:N:11:N:N:M:H:1
so is my strength now, for war, both : ; IIX i

and Mrs. J. A. McGehee and Belle Glade to go out, and to come in. Now
children were visitors in West Palm therefore give me this mountain, % : :

Beach Sunday. Their daughter, At Dr. Buck's Office I whereof the Lord spake in that day;
Runnell, left from that place for for thou'heardest in that day how

"" .- New Smyrna where she will spend FRIDAY and SATURDAYTO the Anakims were there, and that :XXKNOW::: THE :::;:
a few weeks with her sister, Mrs. the cities were great and fenced; if ? ?. I

Ivan Van Home..LAWRENCELOWE. EXAMINE EYES so be the Lord will be with me, thenI ......
shall be able to drive them out, as xg ++
WEDDIIXG and FIT GLASSES the Lord said." :;:::
j :::!:
: SOLEMNIZED HERE TUESDAY This request by Caleb was made ....
about 7 years after Joshua was .:.... MEN y:
I appointed .:...
'...1 i4 A wedding of more than ordinary ;MlT '-oz!> -" leader of the Israelites, xx ++

t 7 interest was solemnized here Tues- i I IIV" II i which time was taken up by the wars xt
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" \) day wh
  • r the bride of Mr. Arthur W. Law- JI" promised land. Of course Caleb had .

    rence in a simple ceremony performed [ I :'I served in those wars. V.:'.:. If you don't know the men personally, at least :=::_:

    : by the Rev. W. B. Furgess, pastor .j i In Numbers 13, we are told of the I ::::i: know them by reputation and know that they ++
    of the Clewiston Community church. i I.: 12 spies sept out by Moses to inspect I +.:. actually are behind and taking interest in the ::::::

    II The ceremony was performed at the Good FarmLand the land of Canaan, and when :_:.::!.: corporation in which you invest your money. .+...+..

    with :Miss Louise Waldron, i iI they returned ten of them exhibitedthe
    parsonage ; i
    : ::::
    I > :: :;: When you are approached to buy .automobile i
    maid of honor and A. W. Sias, best fruits they brought and said, "it ./j.
    the statement that ; +
    this stock
    ; :!::x: stock, don't buy on
    f ma't.V floweth with milk and honey; and .:..!. the same amount of money invested in the original ::: :
    ; r The bride is the daughter of Mr. this is the fruit of it. Neverthelessthe .;..;. Ford company would have earned you so many f..

    ,' f and Mrs. L. L. Lowe, of this city, people be strong.-and moreoverwe :::::: millions of dollars, but find out what is behind the .f..+ >
    ; r r where she has made her home for for Rent saw the children of the Amekims 1 SS: : company offering you this stock and who are the :j:::2:

    !' V the past four ,years. She is a re"I (giants) there." Then Caleb ,stilled II:::i: dhectors.nd how do these directors stand in the .=..,.

    i cent graduate of the Clewiston High i the people and said, "Let us go up X.: citIzenshIp the community. :is?:

    i school, and has been assisting in the I at once, and possess it; for we are yy
    post office here for the past three I able to overcome it." yy

    r, V years. i I The cluster of grapes brought by :iH::: We Can Help You ToV :_:_:i:

    t. The groom is the son of Mr. andy the spies came from a valley in Heb- yy
    ... .t..t.
    Mrs. A. H. Lawrence, of Rushmore, reon. Caleb reminded Joshua of the *: : Own Your Own Home ; ;
    i 1\1 nn., and has been a resident of promise made by Moses and Caleb **

    Clewiston for five years. He has Trespassers still has faith that he can conquer H

    .'. been postmaster here for the past that land of promise, and take it. .:,,''.
    three years. Will Be even from the giants, "if so be the Our officers and directors are well known citizens. ....:

    The bride was attired in a simple Lord 'Will be with me." I ?13

    traveling suit of navy blue crepe ProsecutedThe Then our lesson continues, "And

    with accessories to match. Joshua blessed him, and gave unto %$

    Immediately after the ceremony Caleb the son of Jephunneh Hebronfor Clewiston Home il

    the happy couple left on a honeymoon an inheritance. Hebron therefore i
    .J'\ trip which includes a visit to .... became the inheritance of Caleb

    'l.the groom's former home In Minnesota the son of Japhunneh the Kenezite' I '

    and a visit to the Century of unto this day, because that he wholly Building Association if Ii
    Progress Exposition at Chicago. I followed the Lord God of Israel."

    I. They expect to return to Clewiston The words "unto this day," referred *:**:*

    : shortly after August 1. to the date of the book of Joshua, I *t"

    ----. probably about 1450 B., C. : Administration j
    : j FIIUST BAPTIST CHURCH ClewistonCompany Joshua 15:13, 14, says "And unto 'I :::;: BuildingClewiston :: :
    I OF CLEWISTON Caleb-he gave-the city of Arba Xv.:. Florida
    the father of Anak, which city is I :::: **

    :i Sunday, July the Baptist Student Hebron. And Caleb drove thence yy yy.....

    Union will put on a program at 11a. i the three sons of Anak, Sheshai, and

    r m. No preaching. Subject Sun- Ahiman, and Tatmai, the children of .1 -...............................:..:..:..:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: d.
    ,:' day eVquliig, "Choosing Friends." ..... ......................-..........................-............................................w.r Anaki" =:.....:....:....:....:....:....:....:....:...*: .:....:..!:....:....::-............................................................................................................................


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    (Continued from, page 1) FARMERS; URGED TO GROW I


    school book costs. State and county :

    educational departments would be Gainesville, Fla.-With Florida
    authorized to distribute, the text corn crop likely to be short this j41I
    books directly, thus saving the fees.A year and feed prices rising, farmersare

    LOCAL LABOR HIGH plan, at one time considered, urged to plan for an adequatefood .
    of each state setting up a printing supply for their own farms byJ. I

    plant to publish its own books, was Lee Smith, agronomist with the
    discarded. It was agreed that a Florida Agricultural Extension Ser-
    1 (Moore Haven Democrat)
    greater saving could be effected
    In conference with a group of vice.
    county and city officials here this through a,cooperative plan of letting Mr. Smith points out that dry o. A
    contracts to lowest commercial
    morning, who had called upon him mass weather has hurt the corn crop
    in regard to giving employment to I bidders. Governor Sholtz expressed in some sections''' of' the state, and in 4'
    himself being in favor of this
    local labor, Cleveland Johnson, superintendent as sys- others much damage has been done I :
    tem. Such a method would make
    for the Spadaro construction by: borers and budworms. With
    company, reported that out for a larger and steadier market for everything on the upturn there is \ 1

    of a total of 74 workers employedby publishers and thereby make possible likely to be an increased demand for

    his company here, 51 are resi- cheaper contract prices corn and other feeds this winter.
    s! G. Gilbreath, representative of f.
    dents of Glades county. Farmers who do not plan now for
    the Winston Publishing Company, enough feed may find themselvesnext
    The group calling upon the super said he was in accord with the legis- and '
    winter in need of feed
    intendent included, county commissioners lative textbook association in favoring Better Breakfasts ". i
    without the money with which to ; .
    ; R. Boe, L. L. Hooker, and free books for school children.He .
    buy it, Mr. Smith explained.
    Bert L. Woolf, City commissionerC. said that publishers "will be glad a very dull person Sliced Peaches with Cream ;; ,
    V. Parkinson, MId Mayor V. L. to cooperate if arrangements are Especially did he urge the plant- ONLY a dull breakfast. Ready-to-Eat Cereal :..
    Phillips, and R. L. Golden and J. made to distribute books through ing of cowpeas for hay, and of sor- June days are perfect days ,Eggs Baked in Ramekins

    O. Whidden and a representative of state and county superintendentsrather ghum for hay and silage this sum- and they should, by all means, Blueberry Gems
    the Democrat. than through depositories and mer. He also explained that coun- start off with a perfect breakfastso Coffee ";,
    the the advantage of ty agents and farmers have demon- what shall it' be? Why not Blueberry Gems: Mix and sift
    Mr. Johnson also reported to the will give states
    : @ strated that cane tops make good take the table' out in the garden, two cups :flour, three tablespoons
    that will be the saving in fees. Gilbreath said
    required -
    more men
    roughage. They may be saved or out on 'the breakfast porch or sugar, four teaspoons baking
    on the contract of building the saving would be "approximately
    either as silage or as dry roughage some place where there are blue powder and one-half teaspoon salt.
    the levee near here when the 30-hour I twenty percent." Farmers in, West Florida have been skies, bluebirds and perhaps blue- Beat two eggs, add one cup di-

    week:, law goes in effect. When asked Beach, Wauchula, Marian'na, Braden- quite successful in saving them as berry muffins? luted evaporated milk, and add to
    when this law would become effectiveon Use a gay checkered breakfast dry ingredients. Then add three
    ton, and one listed "address un- silage in inexpensive trench silos.
    the lake projects, Mr. Johnson cloth, be sure that your chinais tablespoons melted butter. Add
    and one from Spain. Total, for home be
    known i Feed crops use can
    said he did not have the informationbut cheerful and inviting, put a three-fourths cup fresh (or
    that data had been compiledand 74. I planted on land taken out of cotton, bowl of blossoms on the table, canned) blueberries and bake in
    Tn: commenting on the policy of if the acreage abandonment plan blossom jut in your sweetest well-buttered gem pans. Have the "
    had been sent to Washingtonfrom
    the company he represents, Mr. Johnson goes into effect. morning frock and ''play hostessfor oven hot-400 degrees-for about 4'
    where orders will be issued. ;
    I said that out of 40 men now employed Farmers in need of feed shouldbe your day-in-and-day-out guest- twenty-five minutes. This makes r -
    He also said that in a few weeks I'' full time on the dredges 21 sure to plan for a large acreageof of-honor with a menu like this: about twenty-six, small gems.*

    when the company starts work on the are residents of Moore Haven. The oats and rye this fall.

    levee proper, additional men will be total number of men employed by the <

    required. He said that at that time Spadaro company when it first began -
    practically every man in the county work near here was 72. Out of 4-H CLUB BOYS CAMP

    could be employed, if they will pro- that number then, only 13 were resi- .1
    duce sufficient results. dents of this city. He said it has Leesburg, Fla.-Forty Lake and r Light, As a Feather .1. ,

    From the pay: roll sheet for the been the policy of the compaliy to Marion coi (aty 4-H club boys recently -

    month of June, Mr. Johnson gave out I give employment to local men as spent a week camping at Fig Lake ---

    the following figures as to the num- much as is possible, and asked apol- near here. The boys had a profitabletime "T IGHT as a feather" when

    ber of men: employed, either part or ogy from the county commissionersfor and this, the sixth annual JL4 the first bite of cake brings

    full time: Moore Haven 51; Bowl- publication of a resolution made camp, was the best one ever held, forth that tribute, lives there a Y ..
    ing Green 6; Savannah 3; Jacksonville by the board some time ago. He was according to County Agents Clyde cook who isn't filled with pride? o.4 "
    '; 3; Ft. Myers 3; and one each told that the matter would be takenup Norton and Clifford Hiatt. For be the icing and filling ever so
    from the following cities: West Palm at the next meeting of the board. 1i alluring it is all a,waste of ingredi-
    e ents and labor if the cake fails to
    earn this compliment., mN

    Kitchen-wise women know that .
    I ,, the secret of cake lightness is 'J
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    baking powder-not only in the
    selection of a good baking powder, -. '
    I., A but also In the observance of two
    golden rules for its use. '

    They are, simple,. yet important: ..S
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    i ,First, always use amount recommended -I
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    'on your baking powdercan.
    This proportion has been
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    worked out'as the best for that
    SALEr particular baking powder. Second,
    measure carefully, for an excess of
    I, any type of baking ''powder gives
    undesirable results. A level tea-
    I ":' -,_-- -: ; : spoon .means that you, must level What's more delicious than feathery- r\
    I light chocolate cake? And how easy '
    P off with a knife.Observing to make, following these directions. t'w

    At Ho Gordin's Store 1 try your hand, these at these golden cakes.rules,

    : Chocolate Layer Cake Palermo Lemon Cake
    (3 egg whites) (1 egg)
    I.' MOORE HAVEN FLORIDA 2 cups sifted cake flour 2 cups sifted cake flour ,
    ( 2 combination powder
    2 teaspoons combination baking powder teaspoons baking
    LI\ WI Va cup butter or other shortening V teaspoon salt
    I I' 1 cup sifted sugar 1 teaspoon grated lemon rind
    :' 2/3 cup milk 4 tablespoons butter or other shortening r.
    F 1 teaspoon vanilla 1 cup sugar
    3 egg whites, stiffly beaten 1 egg, unbeaten,
    and Sift flour once measure, add baking / cup milk
    :: Saturday Monday. ;i i'f powder, and sift together three times. Sift flour once, measure, add baking
    Ii Cream shortening thoroughly, add sugar powder and-salt, and sift together three
    : gradually, and cream together until light times. Add lemon rind to butter and
    ij and fluffy. Add flour, alternately with cream thoroughly: add sugar gradually,
    : July 8th and 10th 1 milk, a small amount at a time. Beat and cream together until light and fluffy.
    T after, each addition until smooth. Add Add egg and beat very thoroughly. Add
    b vanilla. Fold in egg whites. Bake in two flour alternately with milk, a small
    I greased 9-lnch layer pans in moderateoven amount at a time. Beat after each addition -
    i 1 ((375 F.) 25 to 30 minutes: or In until smooth. Bake In two greased .
    greased pan 8x8x2 inches in moderateoven 9-Inch layer pans In moderate oven (375F. ",
    I 1\j SALE STARTS AT 4:00 P. M. i ((350 F.) 1 hour. Double recipe to .) 25 minutes. Spread lemon filling
    l make three 10-inch layers. ,Frost with between layers and lemon frosting on

    I"; I\ chocolate frosting. top and sides of cake. .


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    \11 We will sell to the highest bidder FOR CASH ONLY, the .t. :!: ,. "_.

    t following : Men's, Ladies, and Children's Shoes, ,Men's y t

    I'i' dress and work pants and overalls, work and dress shirts, jj!

    .j Men's Suits, Boy's Suits, Caps, Hats, Boots, Ladies House CLEWISTON 60LF f

    )q, and Silk Dresses, Undergarments and Millinery. ':!: :y;:

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    TO BE NEW MERCHANDISE :i: ,- ';:::', :::
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    ;; Also household goods will be sold during this Auction I i ..

    ';i\' Sale. Also Rugs, Tableware, Watches, Shot Guns, Tools t' ._... ." ....

    ; Just a quantity of useful articles Will be sold to the highest .A. A
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    ; any merchant during this sale.) 1 I
    i I :: Open tot the Public ]

    Be sure to attend this great Auction, Sale on Saturday and y
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    t' ; JACK GREEN Aucfloneer .=i= Exceptional Fairways ==

    =i= Interesting Greens =i= Jx

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