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 14, 1933
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
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System ID: UF00028415:00431
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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I Radio Teacher Inspires Poole Elected and Sias Elders Are in -I Delegations Told Engineer .

l Kiwanis Club Wednesday Community Church To Rush River and lake

Grover C. Poole and A. W. Sias

l c! 01' 11II' were elected for two-year terms as levee Construction Work.te

i elders in the Clewiston Community
Seventy-eight persons took advan-
A FEW EPIGRAMS FROM DU.SIITH'S church at a congressional
tage of the rare opportunity to greet : TALK WEDNESDAY .te_
Sunday night. They with I. D. --
(: Rev. Everett S. Smith, president of ,
dig, Marshall Yenawine and Arthur AND MOORE The federal
HAVENTO government will push; !
the Olympia Bible class, the largest Another word for service is useful- I
Lawrence, now the board of PLAY THERE
f !f men's Bible class in the world, who compose SUNDAY work on the Okeechobee-Caloosahat
elders for the' church. W. B. Fur-
k gave an inspiring talk here Wednesday ness.The old order of things has been that I chee navigation and flood control .
gess, pastor, says two more eld-
t at a Ladies' Night gathering of changed from "the survivla of the ers will be named, in a short time to The decision. Junior Cane- i project, the members of the board ot j

the Clewiston Kiwanis club. fittest," to "the survival of the most complete the board. breakers, sponsored by the the Okeechobee Flood control board-
f The speaker, who is well known to useful." American Legion Post, will meet
Mrs. W. B. Furgess and A. W. Sias were told yesterday in session in Tal
I hundreds of thousands in the United The Christian religion is a posi- the Junior. baseball team of
were taken: into membership of the
States, Cuba, the Bahamas, and tive, active, aggressive, religion.A church Sunday ''night, and Mr. and Moore Haven on the Moore lahassee. ,
South America through his weekly slump is but an economic sleep- Mrs Grover C. Poole were approvedas Haven diamond Sunday after- A .delegation from Lee and Hendry

r broadcasts over radio station WQAM, ing sickness.A watch care members. noon. The local Juniors hate counties appeared to ask why all

" is one of_ the most dynamic lecturers depression is an economic spinal Other officers of the church are: one victory over the Moore work heretofore done in constructionhad
r ever to appear before a Clewiston au- menengitis. haven boys; and played a four- been done on the Lake Okeechobee
H. R. Hall, treasurer, and a board of
dience.. In his initimable style Dr. Business must become ethicalizedor trustees inning 'game to a tic some time part of the project and why
composed of Mrs. R. Y. Pat-
Smith began his talk in an easy informal it will become paralyzed.Man terson, J. E. Beardsley, Miss Marion ago. nothing had been started on the
manner gradually weaving'his must' have both ability and Caloosahatchee end of the work. The
Leydig and W. C. Prewitt.
words ,around his general subject of responsibility to be a success in the : MOWRY BACK TO GROW ROSES (delegation was composed of WilliamT.
"Righteousness in Business." Al- world. I I Hull, clerk: of the circuit court ot

though Dr. Smith's talk was not aA The best advertisement is the FISH HOUSE Hendry county, H. A. Rider, county
\- sermon, in it he handed out the most wagging tongue of a satisfied cus- GETS John K. Mowry, who is presidentof judge, and Ray C. Hull, county com

forceful lesson of right living and tomer. the Clewiston Kiwanis club, returned missioner, and J. A. Franklin and

right dealing with one's fellow man, ,Errors of ommission are as deadlyas READY FOR SEASONPreparations Monday from a six weeks' W. P. Franklin, representing 'Lee
'. l p it has ever been the privilege of this. errors of commission.The visit in St. Louis, and says that he county. ,s f-

writer to hear.Showing errors of omission are the lit- is now back in Clewiston to grow George B. Hills, consulting

I .&..' :_';o a complete harmony with tle earthquakes 'which cause the for the commercial roses. gineer of the district, read ,a letter

h .,_ business ethics and the fundamental foundation of business to crumble. fishing season in Lake Okeechobee During the past year Mr. Mowry from the army engineers stating that

l teachings of all Christian religions, started here this week with the Clew- conducted rose garden at Seminole plans for rights of way along the
w,; Dr. Smith} held his audience spell- iston Fish Farm, six miles east of here, and
company getting ready to Caloosahatchee are being preparedand
bound' through the entire time 'of the Local) Boy Making I[ send at least one outfit into the lakeas says he will continue his rose culture that the work in that sectionis

talk. soon as the season opens September and develop some new varieties dur- to be started within the present
. I Good With Cordele! the
ing coming
: -<' In the field of business, as in the LMax fiscal year. He denied that the

field of science there are certain L. Arnold, well known fisher- river units were being held up on

: :,.. definite laws, which must be followed William Hooks, 16-year-old son of man, is head of the new company. account of failure of the district to

t before any success can be obtained, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Hooks, of this Mr. Arnold and his associates have I To Test Law HendryCo. provide rights of way, and added

f" he said. As hydrogen and oxygen city, is making a name for himselfin been busy getting boats, sienes and that the federal engineers have not

are elements in the composition of baseball circles in Cordele, Ga. rigs ready for the first day. It is For SportsmenPlans :yet called upon the district to fur-

b water, so is rightness an element in William is considered the main stay expected that 'more 'equipment will nish these rights of way.

business affairs, which, if omitted, in the pitching staff of the Cordele be placed in'the waters of Lake: The heavy losses in the lake re-
for the
causes business to be a failure. Okeechobee at Clewiston as the sea- testing recently en-
team which is the
leading league. acted Hendry-Collier county firearmsbill gion back in 1928 caused the en-
I Dr. Smith was ably Introduced by In an account of the July son gets under way.
game were discussed last night by the : gineers to direct that building dikes
Capt. L. G. Lewis, of the Clyde- 4th, the Cordele Dispatch "The Clewiston has a distinct advantagein
says round that lake tq'be the first partof
.' I I board of directors of the Lee CountySportsmen's
. ,,:y, Mallory 'Lines, of Miami. morning game was the closest played. commercial fishing over any other the work. Much of this work is
, club with two
town the lake Mr. ,
on Arnold said.
The gathering was welcomed to' Hooks, Cordele hurler, was the star I practically completed and additional
J. Bowers Campbell and S. Watt
The waters where
the schools
of fish
Clewiston by W. C. Owen, representing of this game. He struck out eight I i Lawler, who have volunteered their units are under construction. A temporary
I are found are closer to shore here
Mayor F. ,D. Duff, who was called (Continued on page three) than 'at other points around the lake, services in any litigation decided up- hold up 'of parts of the workin
out of the city on business. the Pahokee section, which was
and too, the rocky reefs found in on.
caused by the plans of putting the:; ,
Among those assembled in the many,.places are not io:be-found-in I I*--The--aclub- has'.not-:yet decided '
-,' ., =.- cool-spacious 'dining room';of -the Reaching For' Hat -- this vicinity. when the test will be made, or 30-hour week law into effect, is expected I
to be lifted Monday when two
Clewiston Inn where the dinner andtalk.were
[- The Clewiston Fish company will who bas been selected to carry a
machines of the Canal Construction
; held were: Cost Rogers SpillHe use the building' Industrial canal gun into Hendry: county and get arrested be
Mr.Vand 1 company will placed back at
SIr-b Mrs. J. P. Percy, Mr. and next to Oglesby's ice warehouse, giv- in order to start the test suit.It .
Mrs'.H. work. The construction company re-
B. Scharnberg, John Lu- ing it ready access to the water and was possible the club might wait '
caa Mr.and* Mrs. Fred Hill, Mr., and reached back to catch his hat, to the railroad line for shipping. cently gave leaves of absence to its

Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mr. and Mrs. Tom crashed into a bridge, and with his --. (Continued on page three) men temporarily, until the details of

Shelley, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Mills, car dived into the water, and the the 30-hour law could be thrashedout

Maj. R. N. Collins, Earle Fontaine, only injury he received was a badly Breakers Get Severe and the machines were broughtto
f Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McGehee, Mr. cut head which he got while crawlingout Work Started' the main field office of the company

t and Mrs. H. R. Hall, Miss Ulla Jacob- of his car. This was the exper- Drubbing at Pahokee near ,Bacom's Point where they

;' t. r sen, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Tippey, Mr. ience of T. L. Rogers, of Pahokee Lawrence HomeWork could be better protected than if left

l and Mrs. A. O. Ward, Mr. and Mrs. Sunday night as he crashed throughthe scattered along the miles of dike the

Carl Berner, Joe Johnson, Miss Louise rail of a bridge on the highwaytwo i Playing on the Pahokee field Sun- company has under contract.A. .
Renfroe, George Schauermann miles east of the Goodno quaran- day afternoon the Clewiston Cane- was started, on modern of
L I five-room bungalow this week by J. W. Young, general manager
:: Mr. and Mrs. J.: E. Beardsley, A. W. tine station. breakers suffered the worst defeatof I the district, said to date, the district
F. Tippey, local contractor, for Mr.and
'. t, Sias, Miss Louise Waldron, Mr. and His car, a Chrysler coupe, was the season at the hands of the had contributed 321772.31 toward
Mrs. Arthur W. Lawrence who
I i
r Mrs. E. L. Stewart, Mr. and Mrs. F. badly damaged in the accident, but picked, Pahokee team. The locals married here last week. The its share of the $2,000,000 the dis-
r R. Maxwell, Father F. J. Finnegan, :Mr. Rogers escaped with the injuryof lost by a score of 14 to 1. building, will be built at the corne'rof trict is to furnish on the dike con i

r Miss Nora McGuire, Mr. and Mrs.. G. only a cut head. He was broughtto Although the Breakers tried ,three Ponce de Leon and Arcade struction. The original provisions of

., C. Poole, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Green, Clewiston by a passing motorist, pitchers in the game the batting eyes avenues, one block south of,the home the Rivers and Harbors act under
where he received
Dr. W. J. Buck, Capt L. G. Lewis treatment. The which dike work authorizedby
the was
I' of the Pahokee players kept the ball I lof Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kolstead.Mr. .
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Davis, Mr. and machine was brought in by the Sug- sailing across' the field as they apparently the federal congress, provides that
Mrs. R. :M. Hare, J. M. Couse, Mr. arland service station wrecker. hit at will, and stacked up Tippey said he expected the the state should provide funds on a
house to be
'and Mrs. G. L. Royal, Mr. and Mrs. the enormous score. Wilson, ,Avant practically completed by 7-2 basis for the work. The govern

r A. A. Munroe, Campbell Nall, Bob Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, Rev. and Mrs. and Dick Hooks were all given a August 15. ment is to spend $7,000,000 and the

Creech, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Miner W. B.' Furgess, John K. Mowry, C. turn at the twirling but none was state the remaining two million of

si Wti/ W. C. Hooker, Miss Lily Mae Stone, J, Lovvorn, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. able to stem the hitting tide of the Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Giles spent last the project which includes Lake

E. E. Kelly, H. C. Kolstad, Emmett Owen, Luther Jones, Louis Betzner Pahokee boys.BREAKERS week end in West Palm Beach visit- Okeechobee and the Caloosahatcheeriver.
Shelley, Dr. 0. F. Schiffli, Mr. and"If and C. M. Goodman. ing friends. .


"If: t.'" Crossing Weeds With Eggplant May Be Used Clewiston Canebreakersand Travelers Palm is Not Safe Compass ,But it

I ,the team of the U. S. En- I

.. t . To Produce Perennial Crop For Earlier Market afternoon.gineersill' The meet regulars here Sunday played Is Ornamental Tree With Multitude of UsesThe I

t. .. a slip'-shop game at Pahokee last
;: Crossing a weed with eggplants plant, and presents a foundation on week and are anxious redeem Travelers' Palm, or travelers'tree which it Is related botanically. The

4; presents an opportunity to farmers which to further build a continuous themselves in the ejes of the is one of the most unique trees leaves are of immense size, perhapsthe
local fans. The should in South Florida. largest individual leaf known {
,1' game found growing
; in this vicinity to produce highly supply of 'eggs' for the Northernand
located in with the possible exception of the
Eastern prove interesting. Only 'one such tree is
: k. flavored, richly colored egg plants markets.
in the Victoria lilly.
Clewiston. It is growing yardof
without the of replanting
necessity The grafting of the "sucumber
STATE DISCONTINUES M. W. Bigg's home here. The travelers' tree obtained its .
from year to year. tree which it
by name is known also
: FREE SCHOLARSHIPS Current comment has been to the name from the fact that the huge I
;, b.: /This opportunity is presented by in Jamaca, is by no means a new effect that the tree was named be- leaves store moisture within the j

'. r'o the simple process of grafting the suggestion. The process has been Tallahassee, July 12.The state cause of its inclination to grow in small 'cubicle chambers which are
;" cultivated eggplant onto a type of tried out very successfully in both half-inch These
board of education today voted to such a position that the leaves always about a square.
',: t weed which is found in abundance in Puerto Rico and in Jamaica- where discontinue giving free scholarshipsfrom point north and south. Thisis chambers are filled with a clear wa-

'f Puerto Rico and other tropical cli- the farmers found advisable to counties to the University at an error, since trees of this kind tery liquid at all seasons of tho year,

,:', mates and which it is said, will grow rush their plants to market earlier Gainesville and the Florida State will grow in any position planted, and which forms a refreshing drink.

well in the fertile soil of the muck than the :Florida crops. College for Women here due to the without any regard to the north and This watery liquid has often proveda

.' ; lands. The weed is closely related The process of grafting is a sim- lack of funds in the state treasury. south line. life-saver to travelers in arid coun-

; botanically to the egg plant and is ple matter. The stock is cut to a Free scholarships already awarded A study of the peculiar tree bringsto I tries, although this liquid is often

known techinically as "solanum tor- depth of one and one-half inches from the counties and now being light some interesting characteristics. filled with dirt and larval insects.

vum," a shurbby bush which growsto with a sharp knife, and the left financed by the state will be con- It is a native of Madagascar, The tree can withstand long dry
Nfe; to an axerage height of three feet. kept open until the scion has been tinued but no new awards will be and but two species are known; one seasons due to the storage of mois-

The eggplant, which is officially dubbed inserted so that the inner,, barks co- made. The board said the state is the Madacascarian variety and the ture.Aside
by scientists by the vicioussounding inside. The scion best adapted is footing a bill for about $40,000 a other is found in abundance in north- from the thirstquenchingquality

name of "solanum melongena," about twice the 'size of an ordinarylead :year to meet these free scholarships. ern Brazil and Guia.na, in South this tree is used in many

.. has the same family name as the I pencil cut into a long tapering The board also agreed to discon- America.The ways in its native Madascar. The ,

: Puerto Rican weed, but the' eggplant wedge, being careful to prepare the tinue paying $40 a month pensionsto tree resembles a huge palm leaves are very serviceable in house
is annual which far- / in the ground the building, and often one sees native ',: .
only an scion so that no part of the barkis disabled teachers who had served leaf fan planted ;
mers in this locality say is a delicate covered by the bark of the weed- the required number of years in leaves point in opposite directionsand huts thatched with the travelers\;::rl--:-'

plant. The weed is a, perennial. stock. This junction is then wrapped public classrooms but rescinded the occupies a very narrow space in palm leaves. Sometimes even the./':

# The weed onto which the scion of with a soft cotton yarn and left until action to allow Cary D. Landis at- I I the direction opposed to the line 'of walls and partitions of the Madas-' .

'. k the eggplant is grafted( is a hardy the joint heals. Best results are torney general, to determine the I. growth of the leaves. The leaves resemble caran natives' houses are made from

onto the splice to completely seal it. obtained if the splice is healed.. IJ J I I board's legal right to act. those of i the banana plant:' to,. (Continued on page three)

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ers and are given splendid oppor- one pine table, homemade; one one- i
The Clewiston News
tunity for travel. During"an enlist man bedstead two-by-four sides with

Published every Friday, in Clewiston, TOO LATE TO I)' ment one will travel thousand of lath nailed across, rough lumber;
Florida by the CLEWISTON NEWS, RUSSEll KAY 1 miles and will visit many strangeand one wood burning heater made out

Inc. CLASSIFY interesting lands.' of grease drum-she's a good one;

Application blanks will be mailed one three-burner oil stove when I:
i Entered as second class matter w -- high school graduates upon request. get one new burner; pretty good ice,
When Charlie Woodward took They call it the Conservation De- box; two fairly good chairs after I:
February, 1927, at the Post
Clewiston, Florida, under the Act over, the job of State Game Commissioner partment now and the new commis- CHECKING UP ONKICKER nailed 'em up; one alarm clock.-

of March 3, 1897.A in 1929 the department was sioner will serve as the head of TYPE BOATS still tickin'. Put up at auctionIt
$67,000 in the well-known bole and 'three departments, game, shellfishand would not bring what it cost the

Charlie had to go out and borrow a geological. That ought to be a "The Journal doubts if the oper- legislature for smokes while passin'the

I Ii newspaper devoted to the best lot of money to pay the help. swell little playhouse for any guy ators of small row boats .to, which beer bill. Durned if I know how
i interests of Hendry county, Florida. to around in. to estimate the value.
He ran the department for a pe- romp are attached small outboard motors ftIf >
It's leading newspaper. Anyhow when Mr. Davis throwsa P. S. Enclosed is sample of :
riod of four and a half years and known as 'kickers, realize that they
to the party he won't have to confine him- cookin' utensils.
last week he turned it back automatically come under Uncle
Subscription rate, per year........$2.00 governor with all the old debts paid self to a menu of stone crabs, shrimp Sam's restrictions, and these oper- The sample consisted of a sardinecan
,, and fish. He can inject a little variety soldered to an iron rod with a
Outside of State of Florida- -$2.50 up and a balance on hand of over ators should equip themselves with
with venison quail dove and tag descibing the device skil-
$60,000.No proper lights, life-savers, etc.; as as a

Business Office, Clewiston News, wonder poor Charlie got eased squirrel. the law requires, for unless they do, let.
Clewiston, Florida. Editorial and out of his job. It would have been Certainly no one ever had a bet- they may wake up too late and

Advertising, same. bad enough if he had simply madeup ter opportunity to serve the taxpayers find themselves in the hands of t he Tallahassee, July 11.-FNS- f'
i the deficit, when the big boob by savin' dough, no matter which law. Under the new school rules adoptedby
spell it. Properly managed the state board of education
not only does that, out goes aueaa way you "Late reports from Lake county coun-
WHY DON'T RATES COME DOWN end actually accumulates a cool the new department ought to prove and other counties along the east ties will be required to pay the total

$60,000 balance, it's nothin' shortof helpful as an economy measure. coast indicate that Federal authori- amount of salaries for athletic
Once in a while someone asks Davis is a good guy and I like him ties coaches and other expenses incidentto
an. outrage. are busy and 'taking in' those
i "Why haven't newspaper subscription and wish him all the luck in the public school sport programs, ac-
persons not adhering strictly to the
Especially when some cabiaet offcers -
rates come down with other world. Just the same Charlie left cording .toa statement made by W.
law. It is said that the fines run
: are yelpin'for more dough r
things?" The answer is simple. : him a mark to shoot at. With three S. Cawthon, state superintendent 'of'
very heavy, so it is well that all
and increa:>in' their budgets another d operators -:
Newspapers, whether large or small, departments to conserve with, the public instruction.
of 'kickers'
and small out-
4 department heads are weepin'and F
have always been sold at a small public will be expectin1 a lot better board motors take
sobbin' on account of limited due precautionand
percentage of production costs. One showin' from now on. Tallahassee
income. r equip their boats accordingly. July 11.-(FNS)-
Minnesota weekly that keeps an accurate The Cultivated Oyster Farms Corporation
"It is noted that, under the law, .
cost-finding system, the Any guy who would play a lowdown And while folks have
some may each boat is to be equipped; with a has purchased Lanark Beach ,
Northfield News, finds that its pro- trick like that on his buddies lifted their
eye-brows and done a two-second blast whistle one of the oldest resorts in the state,
duction cost in '1932 per subscriptionwas ought to be kicked out. Well, I little sniffin' over some of Dave's capable of to complete the company's holdings
being heard one-half
mile r.
$15.33. Toward meeting that told you ..&. while back that the State he made away, an
one a short approved fire extinguisher life and control of reparian rights of approximately (
cost the advertiser contributed 85 Game Department was savin' "doe." time ago that ought to ring the bell preserver for board 100 miles of gulf coast 1(414.h.I ..
every person on
percent and' the subscriber 15 per-i It seems that Charlie didn't know 100 percent with everybody.The and two copies of the pilot's rules property in the Florida oyster belU ,

cent. With the decline of. newspaper I how to spell, so just to be on the appointment of Marcus Fagg, as described in circular number 236,, The property was acquired for t he r'' ;

advertising due in part to discour-I safe side he not only protected our"doe" "daddy" of the Children's Home So- paragraph 2, issued by the Bureauof establishment of comercial oyster' ,

agement or loss of pep on but he took good care of our ciety, to the position of Director of Navigation. Other requirementsare farms on a large scale. liThe

i hand, or to the substitution of "dough" as!"\ well. Florida's Relief work was one case incorporated in the law but the transaction included the historic -. ,:;

; other forms of advertising, such as So we reward him by slippin' a where the best man was picked for same not being available mentionis old Lanark Inn and 3,500 acres r:

"throw-away" bills or circulars, it pink slip in his envelope and tellin' the job. not made herewith. of land fronting on the gulf in. t.

would seem that a radical revision him to scram. Now maybe if Char- Conscientious, hard working, hon- "Failure to carry out these Franklin county.Tallahassee .

upward in subscription rates wouldbe lie hadn't been so conscientiousabout est, sincere, "daddy" Fagg has wona I visions exposes one to fines that pro total
imperative, or many country savin' our doe and had paida place in the heart of
every true .
$650, according to the Palatka July 11.FNS, .
weeklies will out. Selling a little more attention to the elkshe Floridian.
pass Working under the
sever- News where the first swoop took: The board of commissioners of state t
town to its public1 has always been might have held his job. est
handicaps, Mr. Fagg has maintained
place recently. It is reported that are considering, as an
considered the particular job of the Of course Mr. Davis, the new com a wonderful institution which
authorities will visit each county in economy measure, the possibilities i"-
4 town, and to reverse the order and missioner, may be a better man, at has cared for thousands of homeless
the state therefore, it behooves of a state owned garment factory. 1-
have the public pay the chief cost least Dave thinks so and since he kiddies. '
sportsmen to secure the necessary The plant would be operated at the ;
of its business publicity organ wouldbe happens to be doin' the hirin' we'lljust Under his efficient and able direc- a
information and either protect them penitentiary at Raiford to make [
a new deal, which probably have to wait and find out. tion
our relief work should
proceed selves against raids by revenue offi clothing for inmates of all state institutions
wouldn't take well with the sub- Anyhow everyone admits that
smoothly. Marcus knows the valueof cials or take such steps that will if the plan should be put II':
scriber. It's a problem that cannot Davis is a good sport and they tell dollar
a and how to make it
go place/them within the requirementsof into effect. Some members of the
indefinitely be solved by the exist- me that when it comes to havin'
; the farthest. He'll conduct
Florida'srelief the law."-Broksville Journal.HERE'S board expressed the opinion that 1
ing method of having tne newspaper first hand knowledge on "wild" life, work in a manner that will shoes could also be made for inmates '_

carry the deficit. Belle Plaine he ain't takin' off his hat to any- meet with the approval of every- at a considerable saving since ..
(Minn.) Herald. body.
one. the state property at Raiford includes
a tannery that has been in operation

The young wife was in tears when a smaller scale. Florida's 200 feet of hay rope and the bridal for some time.

she opened'the door for her husband. fruits which have real merit tropical couple left on an extended trip with A filling station operator on the T. Ed Bryan, state purchasing
I've been insulted," she sobbed. given more widespread terms to suit the purchasers. They outskirts of Eustis has turned incomplete a agent, has been directed to investi-
i "Your mother insulted me." these fruits would add will be at home to their friends with return on his personal prop gate cost and prices or other state-

LI "DIy mother," he exclaimed. "But than they now do to the income more of one good buggy and a few kitchen erty to the Lake county tax assessor owned and operated garment and

she is a hundred miles away." the state. utensils aften ten months from dateof that wins first prize as a master- shoe factories and report to the

"I know, but a letter came for sale to responsible parties and piece of detail and descriptive com board. t

you this morning and I opened it." some fifty chickens. Scandia ment.

He looked stern. "I see, but where I NNNN N N NNN : (Kan.) Journal.VACACANCIES. The return, submitted to the ex Miami, July 11.-(FNS)-Cover- ( I : \

does the insult come in." n; ; il: ecutive committee of the Florida Tax nor Sholtz came here from Fort Lauderdale .. -t"
"In the It said'Dear Bagasse
postscript. ANNOUNCEDBY Assessors association yesterday as a abroad a coast guard cutter

Alice, don't forget to give this letterto sample of how some property own to officiate in the presentation; to

George.' ..- Ex. ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.,:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.; U. S. MARINE CORPSA ers are complying with the tax return five coast guard fliers, of the United

The Insult. law, was as follows: States treasury department gold
Just I
to show that they are as goodat limited
of applicantswill
and kitchen effects- medal.p'r..
losing as they are at winning, the be selected for enlistment in the

MERITS OF FLORIDA'S Clewiston Cane Breakers let the Pa- United States Marine Corps at the

TROPICAL FRUITS SEED hokee players stack up a score of Recruiting Office, Post Office Building
BE :MORE WIDELY KNOWN 14-1 on them Sunday. A few weeks
Savannah, Ga., during the, month
ago the Breakers went on a bunting of July.

(By Spuds ohnson) spree and defeated a West Palm The Marine Corps maintains high yy
Florida Beach team 18 to 8. Well, Pahokee standards YY YY
a wealth of tropical of educational and physical YY yy
fruits, but with the exception of must have gone on a hitting orgy to qualifications of those who are :::: ::::

citrus, not many of them are receiv- pile 14 runs on their score. Now, selected for enlistment. Only young .YY. i

ing the promotional attention they Papa Hooks, is arranging a game men' of good moral character'! are accepted .;..':.'. KNOWIHE '

deserve. Slowly but gradually manyof with the U. S. Engineers' local out- for enlistment whose educational YY: : h
fit; and has promised the Juniorsa YY
them are gaining footholds in the qualifications are equivalentto
markets of the country, in spite of chance, if the Engineers lick the those of a graduate of a high 'YY:";' :'

the fact that their sale is not being Breakers. If the Junior team beats school. :::::: :I:::

pushed as it should be. They are the regulars, they will probably trade Many marines are selected for sea YY

contributing to the aggregate farm names. duty on board battleships and cruisN,11NNN,11 .Y Y.... M E N *:*Y

income of Florida, and could be madeto oooOooo : 2. ** \
contribute more generously. Pop Avant left South Carolina in :::: :;::;: \; '

Many of these tropical fruits have a hurry, left his baggage and paid A M.*<*:**:**t**:**:**:.<:MJtJJ.*J.*JJMJ . 'i"i. .:..:. Ir ."

properties or characteristics which five dollars for a couple of ice cream
:::;: don't know the men personally at least ::::
you ,
make them especially desirable. The cones just before he left, but Pop =4
?? know them by reputation and know that they ;
is to the has a perfect explanation for his hur- .r:
mango tropical countries of
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actually are behind and taking interest in the ::::::
the world what the apple is to the ried exit. Good
.+..+ corporation in which you invest your money. ++
temperate countries. It will prevent He, was to return to Jacksonvilleon : ;- .:...,.

scurvy. It is useful as a food in a through train which stoppedfor ':4 When you are approached, to buy automobile :;::1:.

making ice cream and other dishes. only a few seconds at Walterboro.. Y.;. stock, don't buy' this stock on the statement that .:..:.
I :x::x: the same amount of money invested in the original ii
The guava, so common throughouta He had crossed the tracks to buy a ::::
large couple of for his I .:4: Ford company would have earned you so many +.:
part of the southern half of cones nephew when .
'iui. millions of dollars, but find out what is behind the ui'
Florida, is of the best the train breezed in he did not have :
one jelly mak- ;
for Rents company offering you this stock' and who are the ::::::
ing fruits known. The balance be- time to re-cross the track and board .:..;. directors and how do these directors stand in the .!..!.

tween acid and pecitin is such that the train from the correct side, so :'i'i::i.: citizenship of the community. .'i"i'...
sugar of three or four times the he left the" drug- store without get- : ?.

weight of the juice may be added. ting his $4.90change, hung on the YY ??

Papaya plants and immature fruits platform between cars until the .... YY
contain a white, milky juice or latex train made its next stop. From Jacksonville i :;::: We Can Help You To :'j::=:

which in turn contains an enzyme he wired for his baggage A.:!
that aids in digestion. This enzyme which he had left on the ,station :::: Own ,Your Own Home tHt::::

i is called papain. It is not present in platform. Anyway he got home as TrespassersWill YY YV

the fully matured fruit. Long ago per schedule. Y
natives of tropical countries where Be .;: :: Our officers and directors are well known citizens. I:
papaya are grown found that rub- WHAT HOME IJREW DOES YY
bing tough meat with a slice of green ProsecutedThe VY

papaya fruit made the meat tender. Somebody sent the editor of the I *?*:*

1 They also used the latex in the treat- Poketown Gazette a few bottles of II t ii ii Clewiston Home II
ment of various dis
eses diges home brew. The same day ho received : :
tive troubles.A -- AhI
for publication, a wedding an- .: YY
recent bulletin by the Florida nouncement and a notice of '
an auction -
Experiment Station states that Flor sale. Here were the results as ,* I IYY

ida avocados may be an ideal food printed in the paper: William Smith I Building Association iil= i

for people troubled with diabetes. and Miss Lucy Anderson were dis-

The total sugar content of the avo posed of a public auction at my farm

cado is low, compared with other a mile east of a beautiful cluster of .yy....
fruits, the sugar content of Florida rose on her breast and two white ClewistonCompany +.:. Administration BuildingClewiston I

avocados being lower than that of calves before VY.
a background of farm .....
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these fruits grown in more arid cli- implements too numerous too mention : ::::: Florida :;:::
'mates. This fruit is an excellent: in the presence of about 70 Y

food.. guests Including two milch cows, six \

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i Personal Mention f,(arc C.moving M. Goodman to Clewiston and from family Miami, who, Hints To Housewives October 10th Day WHAT/ WILL HAPPENTO

I I will move into the Vaughn apart
ment in the Hopkins building Mon Weekly; from Home :Demonstration Election
Specialists, TallahasseeSilk
R. L. Murray was in Moore: Haven 21st Amendment

on business today. AIRS. G. B(. THOMAS ELECTED
I cotton and rayon all make RAFFING QUERRY
By proclamation Gover-
good curtains but where there is
W. C. Hooker was in Moore Haven a
business I great deal of dampness, and wherea nor Dave Sholtz has designated October -
on Tuesday. Mrs. G. B. Thomas was elected longlasting investment is made, 10th as election day on which Tallahassee July 12-FNS-

president of the Ladies Aid Societyof mohair should be given careful con- convention delegates will be electedto What will happen to the circuit

\ Rev and Mrs. W. B. Furgess were the Community church at the sideration. Mohair is the ratify or refuse the 21st amend-
fleece of
judges and the state attorneys during -
visitors in Ft. Myers Friday. regular monthly meeting of the society the Angora goat. All fabrics and ment to the federal constitution

held last Thursday at the Wa- other materials made from mohair which provides for the repeal of the the coming two years, is the

Mrs. E. L. Stew'trt'was in West tanabe hotel. Other officers elected possess the sturdiness which is so 18th amendment. latest puzzle evolved from the state

l3i1til Palm Beach on business Wednesday. were Mrs. G. C. Poole, vicepresident necessary to durability.The Sixty-seven delegates will be elect- appropriation bill; which sets up

; Mrs. I. M. Pafford, secretary, ed from the state at large, and those
$250,000 with which to 39 circuit
basis of ,all material is threador pay
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Christian were and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, treasurer.Mrs. elected will assemble at Tallahassee
yarn. The mohair yarn has been judges $5,000 a year each
t lining here Sunday from Moore Mark Lawler, Mrs. W. C. November 14th to cast their official
fitted by nature to be durable and
I Haven. Prewitt and Mrs. W. T. Davis were votes. Registration books will be total of $195,000; salaries for 28
t strong, and for use where the condi-
;attorneys and three assistants total
welcomed into the society as new open in all counties from July 23 to
l .,..it members. Two amusing readingswere tions for fighting dust and germs October 1. Citizens qualified to vote I $97,500; and 28 court reporters receive -
C. E. Simmons sheriff of Okee- are greatest.
rendered by Mrs. G. A. Allen. in the General election are qualifiedto 25200.
here business
..c chobee county. was on Delightful refreshments were Sheep's wool is warm, but it has vote in the October special election Mathematicians will say off hand,

t Tuesday.J. served by Mrs. F. R. Maxwell, the scales: something like the scales on .' "it can't bp done." The layman

hostess to Mrs. J. R. Beardsley, Mrs.A. a fish, which catch the dust. Mohair The candidates must present a will agree that it doesn't look pos
H. Peeples, of Citrus Center, I'I'f J. Ciani, Mrs. J. E. Earle, Mrs. has similar scales, but they are far- signed by 500 qualified voters sible. $250,000 simply won't pay

was transacting business here Mon I. M. Pafford, Mrs. D. Lamer, Mrs.E. ther apart, less highly developed and I not later than 20 days prior to the $317,000 in salaries. The judges

f day. C. Mills, Mrs. R.Y. Patterson, Mrs.G. therefore do not catch dust and I election and must pay a filing' fee I however, have the last say, and

------ C. Poole, Mrs. A. O. Ward, Mrs. germs, or absorb moisture readily.: I of $25. The delegates will receiveno I they may make the mathematicians
H. C. Avant returned from a two Under the microsope mohair showsa
J. E. Winn, Mrs. W. B. Furgess, compensation from the state for look bad.

weeks visit with relatives \Valter-- Mrs. F. D. Duff, Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, tubular construction, having a cen- attendance to the convention. They I The fact is that the appropriation

boro S. C. Mrs. G. F. Terrell, Mrs. W. T. tral tube or channel. :The more this bill
may designate his stand on the 21st was undoubtedly drawn up
Davis and Mrs. G. A. Allen and Mrs. fibre is washed, the more silky and i
amendment or may go to the conven- i while everyone expected to have only
; .
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Mrs. A. A. Munroe and Mrs. 1... C. Bryant; who were visitors. lustrous it becomes without becom- tioo unpledged. The ballots which 24 circuits. Compensation for the

Smith were visitors in West :Palm ing oily on its surface, although in will be furnished at the polls will ;. four circuits and several extra judges

Beacn Monday. DANCE SCHEDULED FOR its natural state there is oil, just as carry a brief resume of the amend- i who were to be cut off under the
there is in woll, which gives it elasticity j '
BALL CLUB BENEFIT FRIDAYSturcio's ment to be voted upon and will have redistricting bill amounts to approximately -

4 Miss Abbie McCarter, of: Belle ity.. pliability, and great I 67 blank spaces in which the voter 'I $80,000 in salaries.

4. Glade spent Sunday visiting friends dUrabil-j may write in names if he so desires.In That $80,000 will be short, for collections -
orchestra from Ft. Myers;
jn Clewiston. If you examine cotton the general election of 1934 won't run the full appropria-
has been engaged to play for a bene-
T miscroscope you will find that it hasa I voters will again vote on the wet and I tion.
fit dance to be given at the Clewis- '
Mrs. W. D: Tidwell and children ton Hnln here Friday night, July 21, spiral form. In the same way, wool, dry issue, voting for repeal of the Out of this puzzle has come an-
under the
microscope shows barbs
:left Saturday for an extended visit T. B. Shelley, business manager of or state's liquor laws, which will be- other puzzle. Does Section 8 orth'e
spurs, whereas mohair is smooth and
come effective only if the 21st '
with relatives in Tampa. the club, announced this week. The appropriation- make it pos
firm as a fine wire. Mohair is
wovenon amendment is ratified of I
as a part sible for the governor to consolidate
orchestra is well known the
on west
a cotton usually but all the
warp the federal constitution. This
repeal -
Mrs. T. B. Shelley, and her father, coast and promises to send its rank- wearing surface is mohair. circuits or reduce salaries? That
of the state's dry amendmentwill section gives him to make expenses -
'E. E. Kelly were business visitors ing players for the affair.
Mohair'is an Arabian word mean- put in effect the statutes which fit the appropriation bill
in West Palm Beach Tuesday. I
ing "clean, select.! Many of the were on the books January 1, 1919. when it becomes evident the appro-

\. WOULDN'T TRADE FOR ILLINOIS"I Oriental rugs are made of mohair Under these provisions the Davis I priation will fall short. It providesas

:Miss Rachel Walker, of Plant City combined with silk or wool. The package law will also be effective. i' follows:

spent the week end here as guestof wouldn't trade this little cornerof luster: and brilliant beauty of mohairis The wets and the drys have organ 'II
Section 8. All appropriations
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Miner. Hendry county for the entire Stateof never lost. ized their forces and promise vigorous pro
/ vided for by this Act are maximum
Illinois, was John K. Mowry's campaigns before the election Oc-'
When a real investment for drap-
appropriations, based upon the collection
Troy Puryear and Hershel House comment to fellow Kiwanians tober 10th. Neither side has announced -
or curtains is made, investigate of sufficient revenue to meet
returned this week from a week'svisit nesday night, as he attended his wed-//mohair; there are beautiful its list of candidates.
many and provide for such appropriations.If .
with relatives in Dalton, Ga. meeting of the local club I
colors and designs. There are rich in the opinion of the governor,
absence of six weeks in Granite' City, Hoover predicted would
heavy; damasks, gauzes-thin a s aspider's grass the revenues to be collected will be
Harry Peters, of Tampa, is spen'ding Ill.
in the
streets but
web for glass curtains, and insufficient to meet the appropriations -
a few days here with his brother-
fooled him with the federal
? lovely; colorful :prints which are artistic relief herein provided for, he shall so
in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. E. R. crews.-Ft.
Fontaine. STRESS OF WORK :MOVES and beautifu' Myers News-Press. I certify to the Budget Commission,

GOLF l\IATCH'FOR\\rA and the Budget Commission shall

I adjust and reduce the of
Miss Doris Cato returned to her

: 1 home in Arcadia Sunday after an ex- Due to the stress of work in the any department or board by the con

office of the U. S. Sugar corporationhere solidation of positions or duties to
with relatives
tended and friendsin I
Clewiston. the first round golf, matchesfor II I STATE NEWS IN REVIEW I the end that efficiency and economy

the July tournament have been may result, and the appropriationskept

moved forward.. one week, T.lmrrl ... i within the revenues of the
f Mrs. B. A. Bourne is in a hospitalin --- --- .v u. -- -
i I state. In the event the Com
West Palm Beach where she recently Sparrow said this week. Many of
underwent an operation for the players entered in the July event Young Erahman) Bull DonatedTo Tallahassee, July 12.-FNS--I mission shall fail to adjust and, or

appendicitis.Miss are employed in the office and have College of Agriculture Herd The legislative resolution proposinga reduce the budgets of the several de-

t not been able to compete in the constitutional amendment to con- I partments, after the governor has

Roberta George, Miss Launita first round. The matches are to be Gainesville, Fla.-A, Brahman bull, solidate the offices of county tax as- I j certified that the anticipated rev-
enue will not permit of the maximum -
Roberts and Gratton George were played by Monday. about one year old, was recently sessors and collectors has been delivered herein made. the

visitors in West Palm Beach yester- given to the University of Florida to Governor Sholtz' office by : appropriation
is hereby vested with
': day afternoon. LOCAL BOY MAKING College of Agriculture by Lykes Frank Webb, chief clerk of the governor power
and authority to effect such changesby
GOOD AT CORDELE Brothers, Tampa cattlemen.The house of representatives.The .
executive order, it being the Intent -
H. J. Green, and daughter, Miss bull was recently picked froma
legislative measure now gen- and purpose of this section to
Eva Mae Green, of Plant City were lot of 11 grazing on the Clarence
(Contiued from page one) erally called the "lost and found"resolution prevent any deficit in any depart-
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Roy Green here Camp ranges near here by Major W.
men and in the sixth inning hit a is ready for the' signatureof ment of the state government, and
Saturday afternoon. L. Floyd, assistant dean, and Prof.C. the
home run making the score three all. proper officials. President T. that the revenues available shall be

It was a tremendous blow, going H. Willoughby, in charge of the G.. Futch of the senate and Speaker used in the most efficient and eco- :

Mr. and Mrs. Norman Nielsen returned over the barn in right field. It is a Animal Husbandry Department. He Tomasello, Jr., of the house have ex- nomical mannr. Provided, however
to their home here this week
will be used in crossing to native and
distance of about 428 feet. In eight pressed their willingness to sign the that this section shall not be con-
from extended visit with relativesin
an years of ball playing in this park purebred cattle in the College and measure and said they were of the strued to mean that the' governmentor
and Alabama.Mr. .
Georgia Experiment Station beef herds. opinion that it will to be Commission has the
this was the first ball ever hit out prove legal, the Budget

of the park." The Brahman, a native of India, even though the legislature has ad- power to eliminate any departmentof
and Mrs. D. W. Harris left '
Saturday 'for Chicago where they 'The newspaper also had this to Is well known for its ability to thrive journed. government.

about the weather in Cordele under range conditions in hot cli-
: say
will attend the Century of Progress
July fourth: "The weather mates, and its resistance to diseases.
for two weeks. very
Exposition, I
rough and cold but despite thisa The breed is being tried extensivelyin ":+:.;N -.N N: i.:N:N N:;N:H+:N:N:N:+:N:..: ; :N .:N 1.:.:NN...;N:N H:.:ti..:N N: :
very large crowd was on hand for the South, especially along the :
'P 7 Mr. and Mrs. F. K. Foster lefty the afternoon Gulf Coast.St. ...
; ( this week for a two weeks vacation game. .::. I :

VI which they will spend witn Mr. Fos- y
FORT MYERS SPORTS TO Petersburg, July 12.FNSThe ) y A
ter's relatives in Ft. Gaines, Ga.
board of directors of the St. -

I Mrs. W. C. Hooker and her sister, Contiued from Petersburg Tarpon Club have approved CLEWISTON fiOLF f
( )
page one
Miss Bonciel Stone left last week for
a move to present President
"!. Daytona Beach where they will re- the leaves of this peculiar tree. The Roosevelt with member t: *
an honorary
main for two weeks. bark is often off beaten
stripped ship and a beautifully mounted silver .. .,. .:.
flat and is used as flooring. The
tarpon when the St. r
John K. Mowry returned to his Petersburg ;., :
leaves also service substitutefor "
see as a 'i. I : I
:Municipal band pays a visit to the .. ". .:.
home here Monday after a six weks1visit rain shades, : .
wrapping paper National Capitol in .. i..
with relatives in Granite City, August. : II
table cloths and dishes. The ;
even as ::
Senator Duncan U. Fletcher will I ::
Ill. He says Mrs. Mowry and John fold themas
natives the strips and use i,
; are to join him here in the Fall, if spoons or in making drinking ves- make the presentation in behalf of y Y .. I
the Tarpon club and the band will ?
Mrs. Mowry's mother's health will sels. Y
serenade the president during the ''so.
permit. The tree is known in scientific ceremony. ..

circles as "ravenala madagasacr- ... I ..:.
Ralph E. Kurtz of Fort : .
Myers, was iensis. I I If

here is attorney on business for the Monday receivers night.of the He TRAVELERS PALM NOT GOOD A / !I

'. age Diston districts.Island and Clewiston drain- AS COMPASS BUT USEFUFUL .:_f Open to the Public J J'un I f

(Contiued from page one) : x
The Ladies Aid society of the Community

church held a social meeting for some individual to get arrested I

t at the home of Mrs. J. E. Beardsley under the new law and then step For

yesterday afternoon with Mrs. Beard- into the case through its attorneysand :;: i :!:

ley as hostess. courts.A fight. the charge to the higher ROSES 'un .. x

,c_ L Miss Betty Spicer left Friday fort general meeting of the club

;i Ft. Myers where she joined a group members is planned Monday at See y

q of girl scouts from that place on a which a new name for the organization :: Moderate Green Fees *

motor trip to Chicago, under the supervision will be chosen and various com-
of the Ft. Myers girls scout mittees named. Scott Weaves, at JOHN K.MOWRY. Exceptional Fairways I ::.

.r council. whose headquarters across the'riyer

last night's meeting was held, pointed :!: interesting Greens 1! *

Mrs. Ollive Sparrow, Mrs. Lloyd out that sportsmen from several ? I

Spjarrow and her, brother George surrounding counties had expressedthe i x. I x
.' Enos, Jr., spent the week end here desire to join the club and for -

Mrs. Lloyd Sparrow remained. The that reason the "Lee County" part + I...;;;.;............................... ............ ..................................:.......................................:.........:.............................;. !!!!!!I IF1UDAZ Iy
others returning to tneir home in of the name would be changedFt. ;- r-

Tampa Monday. Myers News-Press.



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and equalizing the 1933 tax assess '
much longer than they once did, reports ment.
unba tbOOIJLesson
Mrs. Nellie Taylor, home. dem- This notice dated this 3rd day of:

onstration agent. July, A. D. 1933.

VACATIONSand These clubs are open to girls between F. D. DUFF, 4

the ages of 10 and 20. A recent President, City Commission.
report by Mrs. Taylor shows July 7, 14, 1933. N"IN p

: that 112 club girls in the county are
JULY 10, 1933.
15 years of age or older. Of this THE CIRCUIIT COURT OF THE

SUBJECT: Deborah (one of the HEALTHBy number 32 are 15 years old, 33 are TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITOF

Judges).. 16 years old, 25 have passed 17, and FLORIDA, IN AND FOR HEN-

GOLDEN TEXT: "God is our re- 22 are over 18 years old. DRY COUNTY. 1

fuge and strength, a very present Dr. ERNEST H. LINES These older girls, besides carryingout CLEWISTON HOME BUILD-.

help in trouble." Psalm 46:1, Eminent Authority and Chief Medical Director their club projects In gardening, ING ASSOCIATION, 'i !
New York Life Insurance Company Vs: : '
sewing, home improvement, health Plaintiff .if1
LESSON TEXT: Judges 4:4-10; '
I 13-15; 5:1-3. The call of the open road lures chances. More than your own life and the like, are a big help to the Vs. G",.3
home demonstration in assist-
I The events o fthis lesson took many a vacationist. Well-m Irked, and safety depends on who is at the agents Defendants. "\1.

during the period of the smooth highways throughout the nation wheel. Don't try to pass a line of ing the younger girls and helping MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE
unless the road is clear with club camps, exhibits, etc., Mrs.
Judges. After the death of Joshua carry millions of poeple every cars a long Order of PublicationIt

1 t there was no strong ruler whose authority summer to historic spots or other way ahead, ample warning has been Taylor explains. Club work has beenin appearing by affidavit filed

was recognized over the places of interest, or perhaps to the progress in Orange county for 18 herein, that Roy L. Simpson and

seashore, mountains or elsewhere. driv-ing years, and many of the girls who Myrtile A. Simpson, and Texie Plant,
There cen-
whole no
country. was !
.were active club girls now have defendants herein, are residents of a
car if have to rush to makeit.
did Although it would seem that suf- any you
tral government but "every man
Florida that
homes of their own or are in college. state other than ,
t that which was right in his own ficient advice and warning had already the residence of A. R. Plant, one of

eyes." But above all, local rulers or been given on how to avoid The mentality and physical con- the defendants herein, is unknown:

-judges appeared frequently by divine automobile accidents, yet the auto- dition of the driver are equally as NOW, THEREFORE, you, the said

appointment, who in times of crisis mobile is responsible for about 100- important as the condition of the No. 296 Roy L. Simpson, Myrtile A. Simpson,

became military leaders and exerted 000 accidental deaths every year. A car, if not more so. Intelligence and Report of the Condition of A. R. Plant, Texie Plant, and eachof

considerable influence.For disastrous crash is one of the quickest quick perception and reaction are THE FIRST BANK OF you, are hereby notified that suitas

ways to bring a happy holiday to essential. People with heart diseaseor CLEWISTONat styled above, has been brought
twenty years Jabin "mightily other serious ailments make better Clewiston, Floridain against you in the said court, seek-

oppressed the children of Israel." He a tragic conclusion. passengers than ,drivers. the State of Florida at the close ing foreclosure of a mortgage on:

had 900 chariots of iron, and he Drive carefully always. Slowdown Don't drive if you are tired. Many of business June 30, 1933. Lot 5, Block 172, of Clewis-

.made effective use of them in keep- at all crossings, and stop unless RESOURCESLoans ton, Florida. -
accidents occur from drivers drop-
ing in subjection the Hebrews. Op- you can see a long way both And you and each of you are here-
ping asleep at the wheel and wakingup and Discounts ......$ 11,250.75United
to file written
right and left. Although by required your appearance -
pression in those rough times might you may
States Bonds.....
in the hospital.If ... 68,900.00 with the Clerk of said
be compared to the depredations of think you have the right of way, the County and' Municipal
driving Court at LaBelle Florida, personallyor
: ;you are across country, ,
Chinese bandits today, for enemies other fellow might not agree. Sodon't Bonds .............................20000.00 in said suit or be-
don't try to drive too far each day. by attorney on
would overrun a section and carry take chances. Stop at all All Other Bonds, County
The tendency is to increase fore the first Monday in August, A.
railroad crossings and drive cauti- speed School Warrants ........
off what they chose, including even and to take greater risks the longer 3,500.00 D. 1933, being the 7th day of said
the crops, until the people were on ously in, congested areas, particularly Banking. House; Furniture mnoth, and thereafter to file with
a person has been driving. Don't and Fixtures .:... \
where children be in .m.m. 7,570.01 defenses if
the verge of starvation. Compare may playing said Clerk, your written ,
wait until the tank is almost Other Real Estate
gasoline Owned
Judges 6:4, 11. the street. You may lose a few sec- I 8,011.54 any, to the bill of Complaint In said
onds of time but empty stopping for rest Cash on Hand and Due suit, at' the time prescribed by law. c
In this crisis God raised a you may save a
i up life. and relaxation. If more than one' from Banks ................ 151,305.08 Herein fail not or judgment will
leader in the person of Deborah, who
person in the car can drive, change be entered against you by default. i
had the unique distinction of being Have your car checked over by a races often. TOTAL ............................$70,537.38 Witness my hand and, seal of said !

both prophetess and judge. She competent mechanic before startinga Make cross-country driving LIABILITIES Court, at LaBelle, Florida, this 22nd
a vaca-
' called herself "a mother in Israel," trip. Brakes, steering gear, head tion, not a contest to see how far Capital Stock Paid in......$ 15,000.00 day of June, '1933.

and she was a most unusual charac- lights and tires should be in perfect you can drive each day or how Surplus Fund .................. 20,000.00 WILLIAM T. HULL,
ter to appear in that early age, long condition. Undivided Profits (Less (Official Seal Clerk of Said Court.
quickly can get one
you from placeto
before "woman's rights" were heard Don't drive if Expenses and Taxes Affixed) .
enjoy taking
of. To her God revealed his will you the next. Paid) ........ _................. 5,001.78 J. M. COUSE, I

and through her he worked to bring Deposits .__....................... ,.228296.13 'Solcitor for Plaintiff. 1

deliverance to Israel. However, she TAMPA DAILY TIMES SOLD group to have installed an air con- Reserve preciation for, Interest Taxes ,Etc.De- July 7, 14, 21, 28, Aug. 4th. N

was not alone in her leadership for TO NEW TOny 1,456.77 r
PUBLISHER ditioning plant which maintains Ian Cashier's ,Checks, ............ 782.70
there was associated with her
even temperature of approximately IN CIRCUIT COURT, TWELFTH

Barak, the head of the army, who Tampa, July 11.-(FNS) The 75, Farenheit, at all times; and TOTAL ............................270537.38 JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA ;

was doubtless a capable man. Tampa Daily Times, one of the lead- that temperature: combined with a STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR HENDRY COUNTY;

The lesson commences: "And De- ing daily newspapers of the state, Florida glow in the sky and the effects COUNTY OF HENDRY, ss.: IN CHANCERY

borah, a prophetess, the wife of Lapi- I was leased by D. B. McKay, owner produced by use of palms and I, Elbert L. Stewart, cashier of

doth, she judged Israel at that time. and editor to David the above-named bank, do solemnlyswear
E. Smiley and other tropical plants, vines and that the LLOYD S. MILLS, Complanant. "

And she dwelt under the palm tree Ralph Nicholson of New York. shrubs causes thousands to want true to the best above of statement knowledgeand is vs. DIVORCE I

of Deborah, between Ramah and The new publishers, widely known not only to see but to linger., The belief, and that it my is in responseto LAVONIA MILLS, Defendant.It .

Bethel in mount Ephraim; and the hi the newspaper world, took over ventilation of Florida Hall is per- official notice to report by the i

children of Israel came up to her for the: active' management of the paper fect and that adds to the attrac- Comptroller of the State of Florida. appearing by affidavit appended ;

judgment. And she sent and called July 10. The transfer includes the tiveness of the place. ELBERT L. STEWART, to the sworn bill of complaint in t

Barak the son of Abinoam out of Times' radio station WDAE. Mr. Cashier. I the above styled cause that the defendant -

i Kadeshnaphtali, and said unto him, McKay will maintain identity with CORRECT-ATTEST: Lavonia Mills is a nonresident
MANY OLDER 4-H GIRLS ELBERT L. STEWART of the State of Florida, that
Hath not the Lord God of Israel the ,
publication as chairman of the I
she is over the age of 21 years, that
4 commanded draw
saying go and toward editorial board. A long term lease JOHN S. COTTRELL, her residence, place of abode and
Mount Tabor, and take with was acquired by the new publisherswith LEADERS 'Directors. post office address is New Orleans, !

thee ten thousand men of the chil- an option to purchase the Subscribed and sworn to before me in the State of Louisana, that their ",i

dren of Naphtali and of the childrenof paper and broadcasting station. Orlando, Fla.-A healthy growthin this 8th day of July, 1933. is .no person in the State of Florida ( '

Zebulun, and I will draw unto 4-H club work is due to the fact (SEAL) PAUL DEAM, service of Summons in chancery on \ f ,

thee to the river Kishon Sisera, the FLORIDA WEATHER IS BEST that girls now stay in the niovement Notary Public, State of Florida. My whom would bind the said defen- J!

i; captain of Jabin's army,. with his Commission expires Nov. 24, 1933. dant.
ALL YEAR ROUND It is thereupon ordered that the
chariots and his multitude and I
said defendant be and appear to the

will deliver him into thine hands. The suckers up .north always make .i S'U. [(J ;_ NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Bill of Complaint on or before Mon-

And Barak said unto her, If thou the mistake of supposing that when day the 7th day of August A. D.

wilt go ,with me, then I will go but the weather is real hot up there, it Tuesday, July 18, 1933, at 4 1933 otherwise the allegations in

if thou wilt not go with me, then I must be hotter down south whereas Looka.t o'clock P. M. United States eastern said Bill of Complaint will be takenas
will ;not go." standard time is fixed as date and confessed by the said defendant.It .
the weather I
The refusal of Barak to lead t he in south is always time when and the City Hall in the is further ordered that this or-

Israelites against the Canaanite cooler when there is extreme heat In I City of Clewiston is designated as der be published once a week for i;

army the north. these the place where the City Commissionshall four consecutive weeks in the Clew-
was natural. Only faith in God and "
And people in the south are likely hold a public meeting for the iton News, a newspaper published in
his promise could give Barak hope of to get just as wrong when hey purpose of consideration and acting said County and State.

y' success. Deborah was recognized by think of weather up north. Some upon the assessment roll, of acting as This 3rd day of July, A. D. 1933.

the Israelites as God's representativeand Evergladers who were preparingto Used CarValues a Board of Equalization of hearing WILLIAM T. HULL

Barak accepted her statements complaints and receiving testimonyas (Seal) Clerk Circuit Court,
go Chicago told
were they
f as the commands from God. But to to the value of any'' property, realor LOUIS O. GRAVELY,
be certain of God's help Barak insisted ought to take along their over- personal, as fixed by the tax as- Solicitor for Complainant.July .

on Deborah going with the coats. sessor, and of perfecting, reviewing 7, 14, 21, 28, Aug. 4. N
"Why? r.x
army, thus throwing the commandand !
"Because it is always colder up
the responsibility directly
on north than in the south," was the

God.And Deborah said, "I will surelygo reply, based on the southern idea THESE ARE JUST A FEW OF ,
that northern weather is always THE MANY BARGAINS WE !
with thee; notwithstanding the cold, which it isn't always. OFFER, PRICED FOR drink MILK for HEALTH!! ;
journey that thou takest shal not be
Some of our Florida people have
for thine honour; for the Lord shall
the right idea-they hesitate to go
sell Sisera into the hands of
a wo-
north in the summer because northern .T' .
man. And Deborah arose, and went
summers are likely to be hotter -
with Barak to Bedesh. And Barak 1927 Model "T" Ford
than the Florida summers. Roadster.
called Zebulun and Naphtali to '
The' Everglades News. new tires all around.Here's Milk Products
tI Kedesh; and he went up with ten
( a real i
thousand men at his feet and De- bal'$35.00
; FLORIDA CLIMATE IS gain. Only .............. .
borah went up with him. I
The tribes of Zebulun and Naphtaliwere 1928 Studebaker Com-

located in the northern end of HALL AT EXPOSITION mander. Victoria 1110f A few people cannot drink fresh milk. In such cases any of

Palestine and were most subjectedto del. :Motor and tires in the many milk products can and should be substituted for
Chicago, July 5.-During the fresh milk.
the attacks of the armies of good condition. Wortha ,
King Jabin prevalence of the hot wave which good deal more than
and his Sisera.
captain Good Ice Cream, at one time considered a luxury but now
"And''' swept over the middle west duringthe we are ask$100.00 ,

his Sisera gathered together all past few weeks, Florida Hall ing'_..._.................._ regarded as an important food :product, may take the placeof
even nine hundred milk on the diet.
proved to be the Mecca to which
chariots of iron, and all the people 1930 Special Chevrolet
that were with him, from Harosheth thousands of perspiring visitors at 4-door Sedan. This car An abundance of good butter should be used each day.

of the Gentiles the exposition thronged for relief has good: tires and the i
unto the river of
Eluttermilk is an important food and should be used
from the intense, heat. motor is in more
Kishon. And Deborah said unto perfect $175.00 generally than it is being used at the present time. :Many:
"Florida has even reproduced ......_. .... .
Barak, Up; for this is the day in condition .... physicians prescribe buttermilk for their patients. I
Florida climate, is expression II
which the Lord hath delivered Sis- i I
era into thine hand is frequently heard as the crowds pour 1931 Late model Ford :Milk and butter can! be and arc used in the preparation of ;
; not the Lord Town Sedan: The motor -
into the Florida building from the $ many wholesome and appetizing dishes and desserts. Such I
gone out before ;
So Barak to this car has just
I of milk butter
overheated out-of-doors. use and should be encouraged. There are a
went down from Mount Tabor and been completely *Z* 7C fift good many drinks 'that are to make and to
I The .jj easy serve.
E ten thousand men after him. And I secret of it may be foundin overhauled ._........... I
the Lord discomfited Sisera, and all the fact that Florida is one of i
the few (Excerpt from a statement by the State
his chariots and all buildings In the state Department of
LOOK THEM OVER AND BE Agriculture, Tallahassee) I IIII
the edge of the I
sword before Barak; CONVINCED.

so that Sisera lighted down off his gave Sisera food and a place to rest, 4

chariot, and fled away on his feet." but when Sisera slept she took a nail

The Lord sent storms with large and a hammer and drove the nail into -

j hail stones upon the army of Sisera. Sisera's head and he died. Glades

The horses drawing the chariots But Barak pursued after the char-

were .frightened, and the lands became iots, and after the host, unto Clewiston Dairy

soft and muddy. The rivers Harosheth of the Gentiles; and all

overflowed the lands and the armiesof the ghost of Sisera fell upon the edgeof Auto Sales

King Jabin were largely destroyedby the sword; and there was not a

the Lord's forces. man left. I CompanyPltn'm

o When Sisera alighted from his Then Deborah composed a song of Incorporated r '

chariot he fled into the tent of Hebera praise to the Lord, which is chapter r Authorized ,FORD Dealer i--

Kenite and JaeL, Hcrber's wife, 5 of Judges, which you should read. Next Service DoOl.10 Station Baker's '-- P"P"