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 28, 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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,. ; ; ; GLADES TO CLEWISTON,TO ':rJ 1 A.y ''iI 9':,.-
; To Bids For
: CITIES Accept : "
", ::7rUPITEU, SUNDAY; First Leve.e-Se(a tion is ...

'; JOIN IN PROGRAM School[ Transportation Local' baseball' fans, will be
< ., given a rare teat'beic''Simday' "

vBids when. the.;fast .. Jupiter nine Completed .Yesterday'NO

: ADVERTISING ; for the transportation of meets' the Clewiston Canebrcvik- .
...- ,. ., 'FOR: \':,. scllool children to, and ,from the ers;:bar the dfanioml... here.:.Tnpi- .. '

.. ". Clewiston'school for the next school 'ter has thQ honor of beihc the i The} first unit of the federal gov-

'v year 'will be received by the school only'team in tlii* section. 'f the COMPLAINTS MADE OX I crnment's
4 ."A committee 'representing the, Ki- : $9,000,000 navigation
; .. .,f. wa'nis Club, of Clewiston will, meet board lat any time before 'the' next 'state which luis handed defeatto { 1933 CITY ASSESSMENTS: 1 and flood control project of Lake

/ ." :with a- representation: from the 'BelleGlade regular meeting August 5th, Charlie they classy :I.n"ot'th. outfit I f j: Okeechobee wasc', completed yesterday -
., :'': Civltan Club, and the Paho- Miner, Clewiston school; board member which gathe; .IJrealcers:: a' I I| when th"] McWilHams dredgingpompahy
this "v couple of drubbing herq earlier No, complaints were received Sat-
kee, Rotarians this week to formulate ,; said. early week. : : ended work on the six
in urday when the city
the .
plans for 'giving" an Everglades' Mr. Miner said that the board season* : mile section ,;mst west of Clewiston.
met at the' city hall, in 'a scheduled
.( program over station WQAM early could not afford to pay the same ;j A small ,gap in the levee, whichis
? in August,- it was announced here rate for 'the transportatjon of chil-: SPADARO' meeting, to hear' complaints: concerning -, to. be bullt"'after the constructionof
ASKS'ADJUSTMENT ; 'citr: tax assessment
':yesterday.' The Kiwanis,_ representatives drew as had been paid in the past' roll. floodway gates, and a little

r arc:'Roy Green' Miss Marion .and he is anxious to have competitive |I touch up work is all'that remains.

'Leydig, J., E. Beardsley 'and H,. ,R.' bidding on the route in order I Two taxpayers; J. E. Beardsley 1!! to put this unit in proper shape.

1>' _? 'Hall. : '. that tho, lowest possible .figure maybe .ON and Dr.: B. A. Bourne, took advan-! One machine will be used by the

r Everett- S. 'Smith, 'of the' .had. Under the -terms"of 'the tage of the opportunity to look I HcWilliams company to do Ihe
: new school law less number over the roll and said the assessment ; finishing .work. It is
Olympia Men's Bible Class, issued 'a Will LEVEE- CONTRACT 1 estimated that
'Clewiston an invitation tq sponsor be required, to .be transported next' 1 was fair and equitable. The about 30 days will 'be required.

a c 'sucti'a program when, he-i as; here a year.. : I :' .. commission had previously advertised -'f r The contract was. awarded to the
the meeting at which they
few 'weeks ago, and Wednesday re- .(:FionT Moore Haven Democrat) McWilliams company November

.' '"t, .. nerved his' -invitation" Vith' the sUg SCIENTIST FINDS ,xThe;- Spadaro Dredging Company! were o1. this to year's listen roll.ENGINEERS to.complaints if any, I 1931, and 'was supposed to requireten

r ', 'gestion- that Clewiston, Belle Glade. coiWpleted their lake-shore: channelcontract months, but: several changeswere

'. ,*, and Pabokee work out a combined a part of the Okeechobee' made by the, government in
... ,., program for the Everglades. Dr. flood' control work on Saturday of,i i I TAKESOUNDINGS the specifications and additionaltime

A > .Smith explained that each Sunday l last week and shut.:'down to awaitan was given the contractor to

a. '>:-vjnorning\ ,atthe, Bible. Class, a' part TYJOSAICFIGHT- adjustment on their l levee contract ONRIVER complete the unit. The contract:

'- .. 'of the program is; set aside; : for some before* continuing "work. was awarded'at a figure-of 1393,000ior

hi South Florida. at with the 36,000 feet of levee. The
town or group The- 30-hour .week a $,45minimum
.discovery 'of vast impoitance, is PROJECT levee'now
forms a protecting wall
'! which teIninu'tes, may be 'devoted wage 'scale'as demanded in.
announced this
telling the world about week by Dr. B- A. \ about the lake which will, when the
"tOt it, as Bouiue plant the new public works bill will constitute --

lie expressed it. As soon ',.as, ,the U.' S. Sugar, Corporation pathologist here..After for the, a huge advance in'costs of (From Moore_ Haven Democrat) entire work is completed prevent

suggestion, was made here a few two 'years 'of operations, according !tp Spadaro o damage from overflow in case a
careful,research on the A
crew government repetition of the
engineers waters
weeks ago, plans were put in motion has officials', and, as the contract was high of
4' to. take advantage of this op- subject, Dr. Bqurne proved'cq, 1elusively' awardedbe'fore: the law went' 'intoeffect I I began this week taking soundings on 1526!> and 1928 in this territory.The .
that environment: is,an' important the Caloosahatchee ranch of of
portunity "tell thevorld" the machinery the McWil
to' aboutthis it is. ,believed that an adjustment -
factor in the, control qf Okeechobee Flood Control liams ,;
work. will be
'of'" : company kept in this
Florida. -
part : the canedisease' will, soon ie made and work* I
known as mosaic. According to engineers in of section for the time
"' charge being, indicating
continued. Due to number .
: Roy Green, chairman of the Clewistoh the ofsuch" I
,For, a number of 'years it was believed the work two more crews will soon that the ompany'will enter
delegation, sent a letter to Dr.W. ::- adjustments now being. handledin '
) by .the leading cane authorities be added to assist in this exhaustive l Bids for additional work on other
.' J. Buck, president' of the Belle that if Washington'..theie may be .some I "
a ;variety of
cane could survey to' determine the geological units'of the lake "shore project
'. Glade Civilians and to H. L. Lapp,' be I delay in this case but little fear is ,
devteloned;! 'which '. immune -
( was "that structure along; this route and fur- when! bids are advertised for.,
of the Pahokee Rotary Club,, yesterday from'mosaic' this' of felt .asatisfactory'. ., agreement. =
-source 10 nish data to contractors who wish to Other Work Processing
annoy-I w111be .
vl'" requesting ,that representatives .to' .r a.ched :- I
ance breeders :
; cane' would bid these
on projects. unit of the Canal Construc-
i'from, the' three cities meet at Belle inated.i > -' ..*. The-Canal Co.' which .
to, compile plans 'for a has the-contract: for 'levee cojjstruc- Three borings are taken every five tion company, located between
Glade : :pro In *
% tv/Q experimental plots, onelocated lion hundred feet along the route-on Bacom's Point.. the*MiamivLocks
between Capal Point and Miami
'gram. "
at Clewiston and ano'ther in. Canal under"" the each edge and in the center of the is now moving forward. A' shut
i' "This are new
i is an opportunity which"" we another part of the.sugar company'splantation. working *
,; down, of several
t. days was recently
< law proposed channel, to a depth of fifty -
now but.'were shut dowri from
;", cannot afford to'iniss," Mr.. Green this belief! has been caused by the
to or sixty feet in places. These management seekingan
; June 22 'for
July ,16 waiting an
said, "as it ,will, allow us, to give blasted," Several varieties ,of cane adjustment onprice on certain
borings are removed intact and
+ 'our to hundreds of' thQls' have been :developed which' adjustment in contract+Pl'jcesti" '
; message -
\ are parcels of the project. The delay
clearly 'show the various formations .
The Spadaro is
Company going
*- .hdS" of listeners; not only in South practically immune to mosaic in the
not for long
of'each was however, and
and ]
ahead with their plans to start workon dept which will be
'feFlo'ridabut, inall. parts of tile, Uni- Clewistontest ,plotl They were I encountered 'excavationTlwork this unit too is progressing nice- .
't, ; ted"States." ,*' ..' ,' .. ,tested by being i' ised'in jest'plots I the levee' a.crew otfourteen ly. '1',1 ,
Tentative arrangements"call 'fora next to diseased cane??:'Intact, sp : men cleaning, upgiiachinery .. is being conducted inS ," :

J short musical' program and a'sh'ortj close that*.the leaves,aetuaily4ubbedagainst ,.jind ll1,makjng: ecess y. repairs. to cti D.:Seven of The Flood Control t ,. .

talk on ,the activities and each other their dredge.Langford. project which extends from Moore Collector'is
possibilities and still no I Former ,'
of this part of the Eve rglades. mosaic was found'on the developedcane. I"Haven to Lock: No 3 and Section -

The speaker is, to be selected by the The cane was then trans- Called To ; 8, from in'the Lock No.: 3 to Beautiful Released Under'' Bond .'
I- combined efforts of the 'three civic planted ,to saw-grass land and it was Caloosahatcb.ee near

clubs. found that this particular kind, W Snot Fort Myers The proposed channel
Confer TeachersM. work will follow the
immune to the mosaic in that on present route 5
of Three-Mile Canal to Lake Hic- Former Tax Collector J. L. Taylor -
type of soil although in the 'land
New Drug Store Tot pochee with all widening to be done who was arrested last week on
'surrounding Clewiston it was .'im G. Langford, principal of the I!
on the east side. From Lake Hic- a warrant sworn out by Guy1..

Be In Cottrell mune. Clewiston High School. spent the pochee the line will follow a straight Strayhorn, state attorney, charging
Bldg.Work week-end in Clewiston to assist the
I conversion of funds.
public -
I tangent as far as possible eliminating was released
Infant Death Rate members of the local board of a number of bad curves in the from custody late last week:

is well under way renovating : school trustees in the selection of I I I present Caloosahatcb.ee channel. after posting bond for ten thousand

the Cottrell teachers for the coming term. At I dollars for his at the
formerly appearance
Lowest in 1932 The three locks now in use will
occupied'by Blate Bros. in the time the News goes to press no circuit court. for trial. The war-
is'' be discarded, and torn out, it is said.
for the opening of a new drugstore official information available as I two rant was taken out as the resultof
while new locks will be built.
in that location soon. Florida during 1932 had the lowest to the selection of the faculty for Lock No. 1 at Moore Haven will be an audit made by the state audi-

The building leased infant the 1933-34 term. It is understoodthat tor which Mr. with
was a fewweeks mortality rate in the his- constructed, with spillway and flood- charged Taylor
ago by W. C. Hooker repre- tory of the State.It several changes will be made. gates at the intersection of the new being $20,000 short in his accounts.
senting the Clewiston The local school will be conductedby which he
Drug Company was announced particular charge on
yesterday by levee canal and Three-Mile Canal
a corporation formed at least one teacher less than based the short-
by a Dr. Stewart G. Thompson, director while the second one will be built was was on
group of Clewiston people to enter of was used last term, and there is due the state.
the bureau of vital statistics, at Ortona,. taking the place of the age
a possibility that another will be '
business as soon as possible. State ,Board of Health audit also included chargesof
that during from present locks No 2 and 3. These The
In explaining the plans for the last year only 1680 babies under one cut the list. the new locks will be of the most mod- shortages in the county's fundsas

business, :\1'. Hooker aid a soda year of age died, establishing ,a rec- It is believed that local board ern type, much larger'and electrically well as those of the schools but

fountain, full line of drugs, and a ord, he said, of 61 per 1000 births. will complete its selection in time operated. no action had been taken on these

1, sandwich shop would be included in The 1911 figure was a rate of 64. Ins for the county school board to elect Due to the great amount of en- items at the time the News goes to
\ the building. The upstairs part i 1923 the rate was 78, while in 1917, the which teachers is to be at held the August August meeting 5. gineering' work necessary to prepare press. It is said the school board:
being made into a dining room; the the first official action after the August
records were avail- estimates it will doubtless be a long, will begin

back kitchen room is" being converted into a able, the rate was 106, one point less We can't say how Uncle Sam time yet before contracts are let on I meeting which will be held August
; and the front show
doves have been removed to allow win- than the 1918 rate of 107. feels about the regulation pastry, this project.The 5th. c

Last year's deaths among white but we fancy a little French turn-

full street.view. of the interior from the babies under one: year of age total- I over would tickle him a lot-Boston. Tropical Toy Fish Abundant Here,

ed 940, for a rate of50. The 1931 Herald I

4 said.made Complete at an announcements early date, Mr. will Hooker, b e white bies under'rate 'had one been year 52.of age Negro dying ba- DECISION? ON COMPENSATION I 1 Is Arch Enemy of Mosquito; in Euerglades .

(Continued on nary 4), I FOR LIQUIDATORS IS ASKED: I .-...- L--
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Beauty is as beauty does, may be I these fish:; for use in aquariums is

TOO LATE TO Tallahassee, July 24.FNS aptly applied to the tiny Tropical' fifty cents per pair-

I t 1r. i RUSSEll I The supreme court has been asked to Toy Fish found so abundant in the This variety of fish is one of the
pass a decision as to the amount of For this
CLASSIFYUntil \ KAY I canals of the Everglades. few whose young are born alive,

compensation liquidators of closed specie of fish is not only a thingof and not hatched from eggs.

II! I state banks are entitled.' to receive beauty but it is also a joy forever I

under existing laws. in that it is the arcH of the
you have personally witnessed enemy 3! NINETEEN POUND CAT-THAT
the World's Fair and with In the Florida tropical gardens, Comptroller Lee, claiming that the mosquito. The little fish, which
own eyes witnessed the great throngs which occupy a prominent location, law authorizes liquidators to receivea hardly ever grow to a length of

which daily make their way through one finds growing pineapples, sugar maximum of $6,000 avyear, has more than three inches, consumes

the Florida exhibit, you cannot possibly cane and a wide variety of native declined to pay E. P. Jackson, former thousands of mosquito eggs daily John Rivers. a negro who lives a

appreciate what a marvelous shrubs -trees, plants and flowers. liquidator of the closed bank of' and truly are a, boon to civilization few miles east of Clewiston, reports

thing It is that this state is so splen- Two exhibits at widely separated Sarasota, $235 w'hich Jackson i I in the Glades. the. catch of an unusually large cat

didly represented.The locations come from Tarpon Springs. claims is the balance due him for The fish is l known ,commerciallyas fish last week. The fish weighed

The sponge diving liquidating the institution. 19Vi pounds and was caught in me
extent to which Florida dom-, display and demonstration the Tropical Toy Fish; known
and an exhibit of queer Jackson told the court ho was appointed scientifically as mollienisia latipin- canal of. the South Florida Conser-

nothing While other fish, both serve to advertise Florida by former Comptroller Ern- na. but to most of us in the Everglades vancy district just soutlof the

states have been contented to con and create much interest. est Amos on October 20, 1932. to it 'is merely called a minnow.It pumping station. ,

'-1. fine their exhibits to a location in The typical Florida home, complete liquidate the Sarasota bank for five is found iff the edges of the Although this is not the largest

the Hall of ,States, Florida has in every detail is an 'outstand- percent of the cash collection. lIe canals, along the shore of the lake catfish to be caught near here it

... stepped out and presents the story ing attraction. A constant streamof was dismissed by Lee, February 4, and any, other place where mosqui- ranks well up the scale of large fish

of her charms and advantages visitors receive a delightful impression 1933, approximately three and a half toes are likely to breed. The fish in the- canal waters leading into'

thronghout the grounds. of the charms and com- months later. Jackson said he received are so pretty that they may be found Lake Okeechobee..

First the visitor encdunters our forts of a Florida home. $G,013: in payment for his in private aquariums throughoutthe The fish was caught on small

bearing orange grove, a half acre or These individual exhibits all server work during that time and that $235is United States where they lank perch hook with an average size

-"', more of living trees, laden to supplement and complete the still duo him.Comptroller with goldfish: as household pets, if :line. '

fruit and believe-it-or-not, in blos story of Florida told so effectively ? Leo not only declined indeed a goldfish may be classed as

som. Thousands who never saw 'an by our main exhibit in the Hall of to 'pay Jackson: and other liquidators I a pet. The male of tli species is MOSTLY JUNK

orange tree, stand in awe and ad States. of state banks, Jackson said in hi-, i espt i(dally attractive His tail wid-

miration as the guide says: "This is petition, but is making demand on ; ends: out into a, flimsy van-colored, The dry threat to start all 'over
a Florida range grove. living, bearing :- appeal to the eye alone.not stop with her the bonds of all liquidators who received fin, all flip more :attractive when again on an 1S95 basis reflects the

tree," Every day more than Sb.OOO a year asking ; contrasted with his silvery bellv: c urrent craze for antiques.-IuJia-
(Continued on page 4) j that the differ eue bp r<.fund- j ,'!Tlitttuth; mark price for )napolis Star



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The Clewiston News NOTICEIN day of June, 1933. '
Many automobile drivers who I :rin Woodsman" I CIRCUIT COURT, WILLIAM T. HULL, :'

Published every Friday in Clewiston, think they know all about the right TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIR- (Official Seal Clerk of Said Court: .{- ':K
Florida by the CLEWISTON] NEWS, CUIT OF FLORIDA IN Affixed). ".
law understand only the half
Inc. of-way AND FOR HENDRY J. M. COUSE, .
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of it. In answer to the question. ,
COUNTY; IN CHANCERY.. Solcitor for Plaintiff. : .
"Who has the right-of-way?" the ELMER KRANTZ, July 7, 14, 21, 28, Aug. 4th. N '.
Entered as second class matter average driver would quickly reply, Complainant
February 1, 1927, at the Post Officeat "The man on the right." The answer (1 I vs. BILL FOR DIVORCE -

Clewiston, Florida, under the Act is partially correct but isn't EMMA KRANTZ, FOR '_ I; /;
of March 3 1897.A Defendant. 'o.f.( :" "
complete. '
iJ iJand
The best statutes on .,
newspaper devoted to the best : "The car on the right has therightofway '
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FOOD ,, :
Interests of Hendry county, Florida provided it enters the In appearing by affidavit appen- "

It's leading newspaper. intersection first, but if the car on dent to the bill of complaint in the TRY T_'-,

the left happens to be first into the above entitled Court 'that the defen- 1 1J'
the on the right dant, Emma Krantz Is non-resi- : "
intersection, car a THE WATANABE
Subscription rate, .per year........$2.00 ,
dent of the
must yield." State of Florida, that <\
Outside of, State of Florida2.50 I Maxwell Halsey, Traffic ngineer she is over the age of twenty-one Mrs. F. R. Maxwell, Prop. 'J, ')
years, that their is no person within s ..f _.U
of Casualtyand
National Bureau '
I of the the State of Florida summons of :,"'.' ,- s{i
Business Office, Clewiston News, Surety Underwriters, says the in chancery on 'whom would bind i1" f ,

Clewiston, Florida. Editorial and best way to eliminate confusion on said defendant, that the resident, for '. s

Advertising, same.OPPORTUNITY. this point is for all cars to slow postoffice address and place of ":, :. ( ,.j
down when approaching intersec- abode of the said defendant is ."

tions. "In this way drivers!, will be Geneseo. in the State of Illinois. :
KNOCKING: able to gauge each other's distance I Therefore ordered that the said ::

and obey the law with greater convenience. defendant be and appear to your .,
owners'who been said Bill of Complaint on or before t. r
Property have .' ;
j the 4th day of September, A. D. \
planning to repair old structures or "The driver of a car approaching NICK CHOPPER, the "Tin Woods. 1933, otherwise the same will be ";

build new ones better get busy unless from the right has no justificationto ,"well known readers of the taken as confessed. Done and or- JOHN MOWRY .t': :;

they wish to pay heavily for de suppose that all traffic must stopto famous Oz books, is greeting thou-: dered this 22nd day of July, 'A. 'D. .

lay. With better crop prices, heavy permit him to cross. This atti- sands of little visitors to Enchanted 1933-

public expenditures for bridges, tude has produced high toll of ac- Island, the children's paradise at a WILLIAM T. HULL, '

roads. public buildings, etc., it is cidents. More than twice as many Century of Progress. No longer Is Clerk of Circuit Court. .....- -

not difficult to imagine rapid improvement accidents occur at intersections as Nick bothered by rusting joints, for, I By Inez Magill. -,:

in the employment situation between intersections. Last :year like the other figures on the Island, I LOUIS 0. GRAVELY By Inez Magill, D. C-

and commodity price levels. 2,430 'persons' were killed and 184- the "Tin Woodsman" Is made of Solicitor for Complainant.July A Sick Motor '

Cement, lumber, paint, structural 750 injured in 146,000 accidents re- pressed wood. Behind him in the pic 28. Aug. 4, 11, 18, 25. ,'
steel, electrical equipment and all sulting from misunderstandings over ture Is the "Scarecrow"

manner of building supplies will the right-of-way." Loses PowerMost
probably never again, in a generationat State laws should be clarified in visited upon war-time slackers when IN THE CIRCUIIT COURT OF THE

least, be at the bargain counter order to coincide with common : Uncle Sam caught up with them.It TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITOF ,

prices we have been witnessing. To- sense and the free flow of traffic.If is to the common benefit to co FLORIDA, IN AND FOR HEN-

day property owners can improve an this is done, another vad hazard operate., It is inevitable that all DRY COUNTY. cases of loss of power

old btiilidng or build a new one, will be eliminated. Meanwhile, motorists must do so. It is desirable, there CLEWISTON HOME BUILD- and increased gasoline consumption -

from concrete foundation to fire- slow down at intersections fore, that the necessary adjustmentsbe ING ASSOCIATION,

resisting roof, at record low figures. -Industrial News. made as 'rapidly as possible. A PlaintiffVs. are the result of ,>,,' .,::f.'t"J'" ,,

There is abundant labor, both skilled good many individual problems will dirty sparkplugs. You don't .' .:' :..cU"::
and unskilled. It seems certain It's been both the heat and the no doubt arise. They should be ROY: L. SIMPSON, ET AL., get the mileage if your plugs '. f',:.,/. .::,,::;.'..:./. :.

that the foregoing combination of humidity when either would have considered thoughtfully in the lightof Defendants. are fouled. Your motor does \. "?' k
circumstances is doomed. been than aplenty..-Indianapolis : : :;
more the MORTGAGE
government's FORECLOSUREOrder '
j-' purpose. If impossible 'not have the if >,: -t,'
pep your :
The investor in construction activ- ,, ,
News. situations develop there will of Publication -"
ity today not only gets double return. be authorities to which appeals may It appearing by affidavit filed plugs are not in proper con. ; ;,, :\J ::5!

for his money, but helps to start i Ripley in his Believe it or Not, be carried. However, it is plain herein, that Roy L. Simpson and dition. :/.;:( -:S,

normal employment in the wage and says; there is a fence post in Ro- that the government and the public Myrtile A. Simpson, and Texie Plant, t -

price structures, which will reboundin berta, Ga., which is growing. That's will be in no mood for subterfuges state defendants herein, are residents. a : : i1
other than Florida and
benefits to himself in better business nothing new to us. Just put down and that _
those who
may figure 5
fiat they the residence of A. R. Plant, one of cents each4: ft...
and rental values. a number of, cypress posts for a can get by by cheating may counton 'the defendants herein, Is unknown: '

I Remember that investment and I. fence most anywhere in this vicinity the certainty of being found out NOW, THEREFORE, you, the said jii;
( employment are cheaper and better and will We have seen I Roy L. AVo have installed an, A' C. -,_
they grow. and exposed.) I Simpson, Myrtile A. Simpson, ."" :; '.- ..
than charity.-Industrial News. lots of them. 'T'h.- >l..... -il/ilt-f'h;..,.... 4-III UV,:! :iO .lliG..._ 'UOOC__:::_: L ,_YO__ 1 I A. R. Plant, Texie Plant, and each Spark-Plug Cleaner which is ,,'''..a:}f

can and in most cases that will be of you, are hereby notified that suit the best equipment availablefor + '. F\:
HE WOOD DO THAT THE RECOVERY PLAN as styled above, has been brought r '
more than President
has against you in the said. court; seek- thoroughly cleaning spark: : ::':,>
asked. He provided'the .. "
has leader- .
At Phoenivxillc, Pa., a baseball and ing foreclosure of a mortgage on: plugs. <.:
In forceful logical persuasive ship .
wiiich the .
country has f Lot "
im-i 5, Block 172, of Clewis ,J ;,
umpire was infuriated and the fan-
language President Roosevelt Mon- plored. It is now up to us of the (: ton, Florida., WE CLEAN and ADJUST 4 ,''.2 ;
crowded bleachers roared last week day night, spelled out to the'' American rank And .
s and file.-Fort Myers News- I you and each of you are here- CEXTS' : .
when a bird alighted on the um- people the. basic' details of the Press. by required to file your written ap- THEM FOR 5

pire's head. It- was a wood- government's recovery plan. pearance' with the Clerk'of said EACHCLEWISTON '

f pecker. .He called it simple and It is. One cannot help being impressedat Court LaBelle, Florida, personallyor 4
by attorney in said suit, on or''before -
There is not enough work to go the simple straight-forward man-
MORE ABOUT ZANGARA first Monday In August, A.
round. Therefore we shall shorten ner in which F.- D. R. talks to the D. 1933, being ,the 7th day of said MOTOR CO.
hour's, thus employing two men to "folks back home" in his .occasional mnoth, and thereafter to file with '

Some time ago we commented on do the work which one may ''now be radio talks. His manner is vastly said Clerk, your written, defenses, if I C

the ease with which' a Texas newspaper doing. Instead of dividing among different from the flambouyant ora-I any, to the bill of Complaint in said Chevrolet Dealer ,

obtained 400 signature to a torical suit, at the time prescribed law. CLEWISTON, FLORIDA -
S these two men the wage which the roaring of the double-dipped by ',_
petition seeking to have Cermak's Herein fail not or judgment will '.
one received we shall pay each of politician. Roosevelt has somethingto ;,.
assassin appointed to a place in the them according to a scale in which say and he says it so people will be entered against you by default. ,'., ,::1flU6W /
president's cabinet. Comes Witness my' hand and seal of said
now a the government sets the minimum.On understand. We need more speakers .M'.w : i
Court at LaBelle Florida ,
story from Omaha, Nebr., to much like this. this 22nd .:,,
the average-this will not ap- '''>'
the same effect. Showing that peti- ply to all employment and will vary ;; .. ( )

tions are not always the voice of the somewhat as special conditions re- 'The voting population of New :............NN. .......N......................................................1; ;.....;........;...N::... .... ;::'::"".,
:people.In quire-the maximum hours will be York State seems to be made up of II .:.:..:NNNN/NN. . :..:.:..:.:..:..:..:.:.:.:.:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:;.:.:N.O: :.:.:..:.:..:..:..:..:.:..:.N:..:.11. ; _.: ,:. ("G

commenting this Nebraska J-
35 a week and the minimum wage wets and a couple of other fellows.

event the Supreme Coucil Bulletin $14. The definite figures are ex- -Boston Globe. :::: ;;
says: :i:::
pected to be in the agreements
American people do not ....i. ,: '/;,-
which the postoffice will at once Lots of babies have been named hi PLUG IT PLEASE
sufficient I '

and care endorsing and judgment the right in men selecting distribute general to employers.In the employer. who is Now Franklin who Delano will be since the March first to fourth.name :i::: IAS:::i: ) ; ;;

for public 'office? Sometimes, Jio .....
paying at least $14 a week to one Nira, as a bouquet tossed to the :. '
doubt. they do, but on other occas- National 'i' : You invariably hear this statement .:4: .
everyone and working no one-executives Industrial Recovery Act? -
ions they appear to be 'sorely amiss. :::::: when ,a man buys a watermelon costing ::::i: -
excepted-more than 35 .:..;. .=.
Witness a recent in Omaha about twenty-five cents. That's a common s:
case hours a week is doing his part. Farmers are getting higher prices .s.
Nebr. :xx::: request and no one takes exception to it. .i' : '
An of Those who do not conform to that for their products but the prices .;.};. That same man, however, will take several ::::::
attorney that city, wishing standard the variation they for their feed food s':. thousand -
or prescribedfor pay bUild : : _dollars of his hard-earned money :'
to ,
test the citizens' sense of civic their particular enterprises, are ing materials furniture and house :::x:: and invest it in some unknown invest- ::.::: '

responsibility, wagered a fellow attorney not doing their part.It furnishings also above the level .:..:. ment on the statement of a stranger and .::.:. ;' ..'

that he could secure a speci- /is agreed that this plan will do 'of three months ago, according, to .i..i. consider that he has made a good Investment ,
fied number of :::::x: that will him dividends
signatures to a petition the business. It is fundamentallysound. prices increases of the Bureau of pay big the A A
to place on the primary ballot ++ remainder of his life. He investigates the ++ .. ,
.... : "
Agricultural Economics
Everyone knows that if it ..... '
the name of man his : whole of the watermelon, but passes the :":. '1
might select for the colleague is put into general operation it will :'J::i: savings of a lifetime'over'' to unknown peojJ.: : :: 't>:3

commissioner. position of city establish prosperity. IN ++ pIe on some high-pressure conversation? .;..;. _' <:

How is it to be worked? The CIRCUIT COURT, TWELFTH ;.:..Y;.. and a good-looking prospectus.: ..,<"., 7
Naturally the second attorney wish- JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IIAS ." .r
government has authority to order it .i'.i. : '1
ed IN Many investors in this association ,
to win the Thus AND FOR HENDRY COUNTY :, :
wager. he ;
to make endeavored done and can send anyone to jail IN CHANCERY :::::: have been induced to part, with their ::::i: ::;r.:-:,.;::::_

in victory certain by who violates the order The presi- .iui. Building Loan shares in exchange for,stock : rf" ,.,
a properly prepared form the name den however MILLS :::X in unknown and ,'," ';
of has chosen to enforceit LLOYD ,S. Complanant. untried companies on :iX: '
Guisepe Zangara, who needs, no through cooperation Instead of vs. DIVORCE .:.s,. the promise 'of, high dividends and misrepresentations .:..:.

introduction to our readers, and attorney control. With a keen understandingof LAVONIA MILLS Defendant.It :!'s: regarding their Building :ii:::
No. 1 sallied forth on his .:..:. and Loan shares. .;. -
national .
psychology he has ,pictured I AAA .
....' .
namegatheringmission. the plan as, a patriotic undertaking : appearing by affidavit appended ...... When you are approached to exchange .:..:. ..,
Within a few hours he : to the sworn bill of complaint in %:.
returned has bestowed upon it the A Building and Loan stock for any .: .i. ;
with the petition signed by blessing of his presidential authorityand the above styled cause that the de- ; other type of security, communicate with .i.y .
double the number of names speci- fendant Lavonia Mills is a nonresident .*.!::: your' banker or some well-informed friendsi:
fied has put it up to the country to of the State of Florida, that '..:. .... ,
and more than sufficient to get : who knows stocks and the stock market. : ; ., ,
go through with it. she is over the of 21 that .
age years,
the name of Zangara on the ballot. The decision her :::: Our shares will stand the most rigid :::::
a wise one. The residence, place of abode and .
The ..
signers had affixed their names ..t...:. investigation. ; + .
without American people are sometimes a post office address is New Orleans, : : ......
even reading the petition, or, little difficult to regiment but they in the State of Louisana, that theiris vy
if they did so, the Italian assassin's .no person in the State of Florida VV '

name meant nothing .to them. are go for bears this for one.cooperation.Those who They fall will in service whom of Summons In chancery on if:::: Vie Can Help You Secure a Home ::::

Considering that the American would bind the said defen-.
-both employers and workers.are
ple are desirous and dant. **
eager good to wear official :
government it must be admitted that buttons, reading It is thereupon ordered that the f I
some of them are very careless in "We do our part." That legend will said defendant be and appear to the 1:1121: Clewiston Home i ,
be authorized for
matters of civic shop windows, Bill of Complaint on or before Mon- *: *:* i
duty. They, them-
for letterheads, for the enottestacks: day the 7th day of August A./-D. V
selves, elect officials to public office, of factories. It can be used In store 1933 otherwise the allegations in .J

about then sometinmes the alleged bitterly shortcomings complain of with advertisements trademarks,and on can manufactured share a place said confessed Bill of Complaint by the said will defendant.It be takenas I!** Building Association J!:!

these same officials.A products. It will be is further ordered that this or- : :*
a mark of dis- AA
wise man has said, "People usually tinction der be published once a week for : ..:..;.
which no employer who tfAS ....
get the kind of four consecutive weeks in the Clew-
they deserve," and it behooves our sells Those can afford to be without. iton News, a newspaper published in : Administration Building :i::::
not displaying the sign will said County and State. :**
citizens ,
of to read carefully any petition be the objects of pointed inquiries. This 3rd .day of July, A. D. 1933. .i';,i;* AN 1N1ST1TUTION FOR SAVING +4: .

endorsement for office- They will find themselves in the WILLIAM T. HULL XX
municipal state or federal-before .:If! Clewiston Florida ..
indulging in the too I same category as slackers in the (Seal) Clerk Circuit Court, .. ,I: +.j..;.
often mechanical war. And, if they persist 'in hold LOUIS O. GRAVELY, : .. .:..:.
process of affixing their signa- ing out against the public interest, Solicitor for Complainant

tures "on the dotted line," they will be subject to the penalties July 7, 14, 21, 28, Aug. 4,, N I I-:./NNNN:..NN.. ....:..N:.:...:..M..:.NN NNNNNNNH, ..:.N...IN,.. ....,....:..NNN N...1......NNN..,."....:..NNHNNM......,.t.PAGE .......N...::..-.:.:NNNN.........,...:...-.:......*,.M..*..NNMNN.N..*,...*....*..NNNN.. *.t *** %t*.****.*TtJ %***.




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3ms. MIXER ENTERTAINS WITH contentment which is every man's ting chilled at night, and have a

BUFFET SUPPER AND BRIDGE desire and the birthright of every sweater handy for use after vigorous 'uuiap ,tbool

[Personal MentionJoseph I human being. exercise, or in the evening. Where

: Mrs. C. E. Miner entertained a "This effort need not be, indeed, and how you spend your vacation will

number of her friends here Wednesday achieve success without intentionally largely determine the kind of clothesto Hes&on

H. Strunk. of Miami, was evening at a buffet supper or incidentally helping others andI wear.

]sere on business Tuesday.E. and bridge at her home on Saga- believe that achievement must Clothing may get wet from rain JULY 30, 1933. .

more street. ever taste sweeter to the man who I or perspiration, and in drying on the

E. Kelly spent Sunday in Day- Guests included Mrs. T. B. Shelley/ possesses along with wordly success body it draws heat from the body SUBJECT: Gideon.

, toua Beach with Mrs. Kelly. Mrs. E. R. Fontaine, Mrs. H. R. Hall. the consciousness that he representsa itself. Cotton, linen and silk dry Golden Text: "The Lord is my

Mrs W. C. Owen, Mrs. 0 F Schiffli, certain measure of security and more rapidly, and therefore cool the light and my salvation; whom shall

Maj. R. H. Collins spent the weekend Mrs. J!. A. McGehee, Mrs. E. L. substance to some of his fellow be- body more quickly than wool. People I fear? The Lord is the strength of,

y "'_ at his home in Coral Gables. Stewart, Mrs. J. E. Beardsley. Mrs. ings. who take colds easily should change my life; of whom shall I be afraid?" _
------- Leah Spicer,. Mrs. Roy Green, and "Humaneness-was there ever a their underclothing promptly if it Psalm 27:1.Lesson '
Lt. and Mrs. M. H Hemmenway Mrs. C. L. Downs, and Mrs. W. B. time in the history of our country gets wet.
I Text: Judges 7:4-7
spent the week end at Boca Grande Furgess. when a general exercise of this most All garments should fit the body ,INTRODUCTION TO LESSONTha; 16-21. -

desirable quality was more neces- loosely and not be tight anywhere
story of Gideon occupies three .
Miss Mary Kline spent the weekend {;HS. HALL ENTERTAINS sary? The need for it touches and especially around the neck or waist. chap
ters: Judges 6, 7 and 8. At the
,at her home in West Palm Beach. HONORING HER NIECE permeates almost every human con- Suspenders are preferable to belts
beginning of chapter six we have the
tact in these troubulous times when for men, and women should likewise
account, so often in this
Miss Sue Maxwell, of Pahokee, wasa Mrs. C. L. Nalle entertained her the whole order of things seems so carry the weight of their clothes on
visitor here a short while Tuesday niece, Miss Fay Nail, young visitor out-of-joint and readjustment, moreor their shoulders. In many'' respects, II book, of departure from God, followed -
oppression. We have in
afternoon. from Lakeland, with a dance at her less excruciating, is the order of modern women are, more sensible
verse a record of how Israel
home Thursday night. Dancing was the day. than men in that they are not so ,lone into got
,Roy Green Jr., returned Sunday enjoyed until a late hour. Refresh- "The high 'degree of courage likely to wear tight collars, or bands cerning how she out'or'chapters con.
got trouble
;from few days visit with relatives ments of punch and cake were at shown by our President has pointed around the abdomen.
--which suggests that it is easier to
jn Plant City. disposal throughout the evening. must not be 'a selfish one. Few can .1
Proper footwear is exceedingly get into spiritual bondage than to
Invited guests were Misses Roberta ,
; the way to recovery and a better
important if you expect to do much get out of it.
.!\fl'. and Mrs. O. A. Gaines, of I George, Betty Spicer, llary understanding, and it is hearteningto
West Palm Beach, were here on business Bush, Mae Lily Stone, Lily Merel note now in many directions indIcations I should walking on your vacation. Shoes I Gideon belonged to the tribe of
I neither the any
pinch foot at
I Manasseh, ,the family of Abiezer. Hisfather's
Tuesday.C. Wynn. Mary Louise Oglesby, Evelyn that we are on the upward
point, nor be so loose as to cause a
Hare, Marcia Avant, Bobby Hare, path at last; that business and Industry blister. name was Joash. 'He livedat
Heels should be broad and
W. McDonald spent the early Van Bush, Alden and Laddie Wallace are at least struggling with I Ophrah, a village west of the Jordan -
not too high. High heels throw th
Edwin Ward. Bob Mitchell $ in the very heart of the land,
part of the week in Bradenton and incipient action instead of lying
Sarasota on business. Harvey Guithere, Dick Hooks, Mer- supine and inert grumbling at inac-1 toes weight and of off the proper body forward balance.on This the the region called Samaria in ChrIst'sday.

rel Lowe, Joe Rutland, Jo Cato. tion but seeing no way out, and it 'backache .
M.. G. Langford, principal of the Beder Nail, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. behooves each and every one of us may result in and other: To punish the people for their sins,
symptoms remote from the feet.
Clewiston school the week- Nail. the Lord sent against them swarmsof
high was, to make a conscientious and sus-
(';-. end guest,of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Green. tained effort to accentuate this Socks and stockings should, of MIdianltes, fierce tribes from the

: L DID YOU EVER STOP TO THINK: movement in every way possible, course, be changed and washed often, Arabian desert to the east and

Parker Wilson left Sunday for a By Edson R. Waite, Shawnee, Okla. whether it be by participation financially during the summer months. Tight southeast of Palestine. They gathered -
garters which cause a ring around the crops of the unfortunate
short of which he
vacation, a part or industrially or just by '
General Frank Hines U. S. the leg just above the knee tend to drove
T. people. They away their
;._ spend at his former home, Frost 'keeping our chins up' and fighting
: proof. Administrator of Veterans Affairs, through." cause varicose veins. By blocking sheep and their cattle. They forced
: says: the upward flow of blood with tight the hapless citizens out of their ..

Mrs. W. M. Redelsheimer returned "Although the old adage 'Misery I garters the veins become dilated and homes. This went on for seven

to her home here Monday from ,a loves company' is often suggested as Vacation and HealthWHAT later enlarged and unsightly. years, till they repented of their ,
few days visit ,with relatives in a form of consolation, the contem- 'Many people go bare-headed much sins and turned again to God, who
Miami. plation of the misery of others can of the time on their vacation. This sent them a great deliverer, Gideon.

never serve as a panacea for our TO WEAR practice is quite permissible, exceptduring Then, like Moses and Isaiah and

Miss Betty Spicer returned Satur- very hot weather when you Jeremiah and many others, Gidecn
day from, Chicago where she went as own."In the unhappy times through Your' vacation clothing should not may be exposed to the direct, rays of began to make excuses. "Behold,"

\, a member of a group of Girl Scouts which we are passing the urge for sacrifice comfort and health for the sun. Intense heat on the scalp he said, "My family is poor in

'i'i from Ft. Myers. self-preservation ,alone should serve style, although there is no good rea- may cause eye-strain or even sun- Manasseh, and I am the least in my
to provide for each of us whatever son why _they cannot be combined to stroke. A straw hat or other light father's house." Then came the

Mrs. A. N. Gallant, who has been stimulus is necessary to enable us to good advantage. During the heat of head covering is a good precaution.It Lord's all sufficient answer, "surelyI .
visiting relatives in New Jersey for persevere more persistently than the day, wear clothes that are lightin should fit loosely enough to per- will be with thee." "-

several weeks, returned to her home ever, to win our way through, in- both weight and color. Cotton mit the air to circulate around the Then came great masses of the '"

here this week. dividually, to that prosperity and and linen are. suggested., Avoid get- scalp. (Continued 'on page 4) ':-:
rt., ;

': '
+ Mrs. W. C. Hooker and Miss Bon- 'S I .'
> : ceil Stone returned Sunday from a o

two weeks vacation which they spentat '

Daytona Beach.

! : .< : '
Mr. and :Mrs. R. D. Whiddon, of 1 d& ,- : ..' ,. "" ,' ,
;, ', ; ",!', .- ., .. '
.: "t. ,
: .
: _
Gainesville, spent the week end here ': ", '- ., ,, t --', "
I ,:' ,..' .,....... ";"_,.' :?'--J-ZK)' t...." 4.;'"' ;
-- '
Mrs. Whiddon's > >
r visiting parents, :Mr. -;;

and Mrs. C. Ii'. Goodman.R. ) {) : '. :: :: ; : : :.

L. Miller returned to his home ;,)% !(:;'/ *' : .

O in Winder. Ga., this week after having ,"

visited his brother Roger Miller ": / -- IN ANSWER TO A LADY I S LETTER

here for! a few days. ..- I
Mr. and Mrs. F. K. Foster who A lady writes to say that she does not. understand why an 8-cylinder

recently returned from a vacation in with fewer cylinders; She '
to than a car
Ft. Gaines, Ga., left Saturday for Everglades car does not cost more

r,, city, where they will reside. refers to my statement that our Ford V-8 develops more power on a gallonof

Little Jimmy Coleman. who has gas than any car we have made. !':

c been visiting his sister, Mrs. M. P. of 8-cylinders does not' mean the addition of two .'or four
Peterson and Mr. Peterson, left Fri- The use "

day for his, home in Jacksonville. extra fuel consumers. It is not for example a 4-cylinder engine'

-, 5' takes the fuel of an
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Nowling re- multiplied by two. Our 8cylinderengine supply

-: turned this week from a two weeks ordinary 4-cylinder engine and divides it eight ways., y .
:< vacation, during which they attended
+ -
,' explosions into eight smaller ones, we get .:
.y the Century of Progress Exposition By reducing four larger 'j

, .;:{, in Chicago. Eight-cylinders indicate the way the .
, engine smoothness and quietness.

.'j for her home in Jacksonville after
, /';.q having been employed here as rem upstairs in ,four long jumps or in eight ordinary steps.

.\' '! lief clerk in the office of the U. S. Two things use up gas-bad engine design and useless car ;weight -

r;, Engineer for the past month. of power out of the
Besides having an engine that, gets a high \.
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mr. body and chassis so that no power
Ford V-8 has a light, strong
fuel the ,
and Mrs. Fred Hill and Mrs. C. L. ,

Downs were week end guests of Mr. is wasted in moving excess weight. -
and Mrs. J. P. Percy, who have taken Ford V-8 engine is in the building
,h, a cottage at Ft. Myeis Beach for a The only extravagance about new

few days. the economy is yours. ,
of it. The extravagance is ours- (

: ; Mrs. B M Nail and daughter Miss The whole question of car economy needs clearing up. An ,economical "

Faye Nail, of Lakeland, are visiting all round. Price operation, upkeep, all play their ; '
friends and relatiyes here for a few car gives economy I '

days Beder Nail and Harvey Guthrie part. If what you save on gas you lose elsewhere, that is not economy. :

.- drove to Lakeland for them last Saturday the improved ,
in recent years
4 '\ As to upkeep, 'our dealers say that '

} of Ford cars has 'cut down their repair business 50 per cent. "
,r Mr. and :Mrs. C. H.Berner and fam- quality

." ily left' Friday for Tarrytown. Ga., As to price with quality,_judge for yourself.As j

+';' where ,they will spend several days record of a stock car three weeks out of
is the
: visiting frineds. Miss Louise Renfroe, to economy, here :

.r : who has been visiting them, returned .
in Oklahoma:
; Ii' ; with them to her home in Abbeville, shop miles a day-the FordV8 .
at the rate of 1,000 .
: I Georgia. On a run of 10,054 )
water was added
Not a drop
miles gallon of gas.
Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Small returned gave 18.8 per

,'- to their home here Friday from a ;'z to the radiator. The oil was changed once in 1,000 miles.
three weeks' vacation in Atlanta Ga. '
I" lot of questions., ?
; They were accompanied home by Mrs. That should answer a :

, '-s Stall's mother Mrs. Leo' Frisch,
an by Mrs. Sam Jacobs and son Les- '

"t July 24th. 1933 ,
Mrs. J. A. McGehee iind Mrs. E. ... .
I.. Stewart returned Tuesday from a :
'k ten days visit with friends and rel- -. S

atives, in Macon andr tlanta. They a
were accompanied/'home by Jack

.. Mox/rmtui, Mrs. {tewart's nephew, t
:, who will visit hoick for a montli.> They
came by New Siwyrna where Mrs

McGehee's daught r, Runnell, had
been visiting, and; dlie returned with
them! 4r






(Continued from page 1) I Rural Common Sense } Spuds .Johnson I PRESENTS KNOW ALL, That MEN I, DAVE BY SHOLTZ THESE States'Section or is importation hereby 2. The repealed.transportation into any- '1-

one or more interesting radio pro- Governor of the State of Florida, State Territory, or possession
Florida pursuant to the terms and provisions
grams, sponsored by the of the United States for delivery
Commission, carries the story of EFFECTIVE WORK ON tinue to keep our, production costs as I I of an act of the Legislature of the or use therein of intoxicating
cordial FARM OFTEN DEPENDSON low and thus be able to State of Florida entitled: .j
Florida to millions with a as possible, liquors in violation of the laws
"An Act to Provide for the
I Invitation to come and visit our dis DIRECTED ENERGYBy cash in on the rising tide of prices Holding of State Conventionsfor thereof is hereby prohibited. <
for 'Section 3. This article shall
our products.
the Purpose of Ratifying or
play.On the midway Florida again is ( Spuds Johnson) :Misdirected energy can be almostas Rejecting Proposed Amend- be Inoperative unless it shall J

brought to mind in the colorful Seminole "Make your licks count, son," said futile as no energy. Doing what ments to the Constitution of the amendment have been to ratified Constitutionby as an

Indian Village and alligator my father when I, as a boy, was ought to be done at the time when it United 'States." approved June conventions the in the several '

wrestling concession. While visi- learning something of the art of ought to be done is a knack that 7th, 1933 states as provided in the Con- f I .1

tors tour the grounds they constantly farm fclacksmithiug. It is a good should be cultivated. It is valuable.The do hereby fix Tuesday the 10th day stitution, within seven years '- 'i M
find the Sealdsweet drink stands, idea for farmers (and other peopleas editor of Southern Agriculturist of October, A. D. 1933, as the date from the date of the submission f '" !
for and do call. .
holding, hereby a
where pretty girls in neat attire invite well) to make whatever they do says that no other education is quiteso hereof to the States by the
rpecial; election in each and every ;,
count. Some farmers to work that in Congress.' ;;,,
folks to refresh themselves witha seem important as training county of the State of Florida to beheld
glass of delicious pure orange or twice as hard as others, and yet are work habits which enables a farmerto on Tuesday the 10th day of October Such election to be held in all respects {
in accordance with the
grapefruit juice, from tree-ripened not as efficient-they just don't accomplish make his work: really effective. A. D. 1933 for the purposeof pro-
visions of, and in the manner pre-
Florida fruit. as much as some of the This is valuable training, for boys, electing sixty-sevefci(< (67)) delegates scribed in, the Act of the Legislatureof ,
others who do not work so hard. to be carried over into their later at large to a convention to beheld Florida aforesaid.IN .
What a show! What a break!
The difference is that the one failedto lives. on the'second Tuesday in No-
The interest these exhibits are creat- vember, A. D. 1933. at Tallahassee TESTIMONY ; _
make his licks count for as muchas
ing is very compelling. It will re- Someone has said that there is a Florida,, to ratify or reject the following WHEREOF I do here- "
sult in bringing visitors by the hun- the other. habit of success in farming. Some proposal of the Congress of by set my hand and ::i

dreds of thousands to Florida next Right now seems to be an especialliy farmers just seem to make a little the United States made on the 20th do cause to be af- ,-H.;

winter. Many of them will come to propitious time for farmers to money every year, and good money day of February, A. D. 1933, to (Great Seal) fixed hereto the Great :;;j I

stay, for while the floor of our ex-, strike telling blows. Those who take some years. They take advantageof amend the Constitution of the United Seal of the State of 3. '
advantage of the turn of the tide desirable to add States: Florida at Tallahassee -
hibit hall is tile, ,those who make opportunities H (
their way through its attractive cor- :come: out ahead in tile race. While value to their investments eliminate "Reselved by the Senate and the Capital this .
13th day of July
ridors go away with "sand in their :10 one can say for certain that the waste, keep everything in good r- House of Representatives of 1933. ;', .
the United States of Americain
shoes." ide of business has turned, every pair, improve their soils care for j'
Congress assembled (two- DAVE SHOLTZ,
:indication points to the fact that it their stock and otherwise do the
Florida is still the "land of en- thirds of each House'' concurring Governor of Florida. J
chantment" and her appeal today is has. At least, prices for farm products things that' should be done. This is therein).That the following ar- By the Governor Attest: ",! t
stronger than ever before. Millions are rising. We should con- a good habit to cultivate. ticle is hereby proposed as an IU A. GRAY i

throughout the nation are fed up on amendment to the Constitutionof Secretary of State. i
life. hunger for the United States, which No. 315. July 28. } ,
metropolitan They cried, 'The sword of the Lord, and INFANT DEATH HATE IS shall be valid to all intents and .
a little vine-covered home, in a land )f Gideon.' And they stood every LOWEST IX YEAR '1982 purposes as part of the Consti-

where life is worth living. man in his place round about the tution when ratified by conven- LEARN YEARS AHEAD ,fIi J"r' .4\\,

People have learned through bit- camp; and all of the hosts -ran, and (Continued from page 1) tions in three-fourths of the o'1 '; r
ter experience that investments in Tied, and fled." several states: Prohibition may well despair .

stocks and bonds and even cash in When the Midianites fled the remainder last year totaled 7.40 for a rate of 'Article being supported in the style to'

banks is not the answer. They: are of Gideon's army and the 86, as compared with a rate of 91 'Section 1. The eighteenth which it has been accustomed.-

beginning to earn again and the sraelites hidden in the'mountains during the previous year. article of amendment to the Buffalo Courier-Express. :

money they make now will be spenton and caves came out and all joinedin Flagler county reported only one S 1
travel and for the comforts of infant death last year for a mor-
pursuit of their enemy and, it is
life. Florida beckons and our high- >aid, slew 120,000 of them, and tality rate of 30. but Hernando .&J.-f] -----i: '
county had the lowest rate 1000
and transportation lines will be per
ways srael had peace for 40 years "and
this winter to accommodate all births, two deaths setting the rate
taxed Gideon went and dwelt in his"own 4 )
in that county at only 18. The
who will come.Florida's louse." Gideon commanded, "Look FACTS ABOUT MILK "
greatest number of infant deaths
participation in the Cen- ?n me and do likewise." A life I
was in Duval county with 147 reported j
tury of Progress is the greatest pieceof vorth following is a blessing to a : I
or a rate of 53.
advertising the state has even morn munity. i :'1
The highest mortality rate was
done. It will return dividends to SUGAR
155 for the nine deaths in Gulf i I
every man, woman and child in the NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS :.
county. Union county with 18 such Milk contains natural (lactose which I i
sugar ) tends to promote
state and its:! beneficial effects will) Notice is hereby given that the .
deaths had a rate of 122; Clay had favorable conditions in '
I the human intestines.
be felt for many years to come. Board of County Commissioners of' '' .j
Hendry county, Florida, has prepared a rate of 102 for nine deaths, and

as required by law the follow- the only other county with a rate FAT 1

,ng estimates of the necessary and of 100 or over was' Marion where i Milk-fat being an emulsion is- easily digested. In the form {s'

unbap cbooI1Les5on' "unds rdinary of expenses Hendry county of the, Florida various, eight 100. deaths set a rate of exactly; of butter 'it is unequaled in flavor, palatability digestibility, .

ontemplated for the fiscal year com- energy value and vitamin content. :Milk fat Is cheap in price, ', '

mencing October 1st, 1933, and end- considering what it gives. in food value: -';

;ng September 30th, 1934: Feeding prisoners ............ 1,400.0 'J ,
General Revenue Fund Pay of jurors in criminal cases. VITAMINiMilkfat ; ,\ '

(Continued from page 3)) Salary of Clerk Circuit Court county and Justice of Peace to 'J '
next cod-liver oil and yolk is the most
? as County Auditor and Clerkto Courts ..........................._ 200.00 dant of egg abun- ;,:
heathen Midianites, Amalekitesand source vitamin "A", the increased use of which. Dr.
Commissioners ..........$1,500.00Per Deputy game wardens costs 100.00 Sherman tells us. "increases the duration of life ; :.
"the children of the east and extends the !f
diem and mileage of Reserved for contingencies'and prime of life and produces better resistance to disease." ,.
assembled against Israel in the val- County Commissioners .. 3,300.00' emergencies ...... _... 500.00 Milk is preeminent as the fountainhead of vitamin "A"A; .

ley of Jazreel. Attendance of Sheriff on Crimbine and Toby. Other vitamines in less degree are also ;

Gideon sent out messenger; County Commissioners. 60.00 $8,650.0Publicity present in milk. Orange juice supplements the vitamin i t ''
bringing together first his own Attorney for County Com- Fund "CM contnt of milk. t ?

clan, then his tribe of Manasseh. and missioners, School Bo'ardand Moneys to be expended by coun- \ t ;
then Prosecuting Attorney ty commissioners for public- (Excerpt from Statement of the State Department of
the northern tribes nearest to ....._ _....................;_... 1,500.00 ity: purposes ..................$1,0000Hi'slvHay '
the of the Midianites Agriculture).
camp Supervisor of Registration
400.00Repairs Bond, Interest and ,
Asher Zebulon and Naphtlai, in all to Courthouse and- Sinking Fund "
32,000. Then said Jehovah, "youi Improvements to Grounds 300.00

people are too many for me to give Repairs to Jail .................. 50.00 Interest on $341,000.00$20,460.0 _II
Bonds maturing ............ 8.000.0
the Midianites into their hand lest Upkeep of County Cemetery 200.00 To '

Israel vaunt themselves against me, Furniture and Fixtures for tured retire..bonds..... .....not ma- ,
.............._ 17,800.00
Courthouse .... ................ 400.00 Clewiston
saying, Mine own hand hath savedme. Furniture'arid Fixtures for Banks. commissions, paying Dairy

."" Therefore he bade Gideon Jail .... ...._.....................__ 50.00 bonds and coupons .... 90.00
make proclamation ordering all that Expenses of County Build-. $46,350.00
were trembling and fearing to go ings; janitor and attendants Courthouse Bond, Interest and 1

home; and twenty-two thousand of -..........._.............___.. 800.00 Sinking Fluid f Company .
his men took instant advantage of Light, fuel water and tele- Interest on $119,000.00$15.740.00 :

the permission, leaving only ten phones ............ ......_......... 450.00 Bonds maturing "'''''''00''. 13.000.00.
thousand on the field to face thf 'nsu ra nee ............................, 110.00 Banks commissions paying .
Midianites. [Incidentals .........._............... 600.00 bonds and coupons .... 60.00 DRINK MILK FOR HEALTH ,
Allowance made to paupers $28,800.00
"And the Lord said unto Gideon, and paid by warrants .... 2,500.00 Special Road and Bridge District

The people are yet too many; bring Coroner's inquests; fees of Xo. 2, Interest and Sinking

them down to the water, and I will officers and witnesses.... 150.00 Fund I Ir
Insanity inquirietfeeS; : of Interest on $67,295.60.$4,037,74 r
try them for thee there; and it :
shall be that of whom I say untc officers and committees 100.60 Bonds maturing, ...____......... 5,456.40 I

thee This shall thee the Stationery and printing; gen- Banks commissions paying N1MM:..:.NN:..:NNNN. :..:NNN:. i
go with bonds and _.... !1
eral stationery blanks... 350.00 coupons 50.00 ,
same shall go with thee; and of Record books ..............._...... 100.00 ;: f'
whomsoever I say unto thee, This Advertising required by law \ 9544.14 .+ .:.

shall not go go with thee, the same and paid by county _:...... 150.00 Special Road and Bridge District I +
shall not go. So he brought down Commissions paid to officers; Xo. 3, Interest and Sinking Fund

the people unto the water; and the Tax' Assessor ............ .... 1,900.00 Interest on 486000291.60 II

Lord said unto Gideon, Everyone [Tax Collectors...................... 1,800.00 Bonds maturing .................. 405.00 CLEWISTON 6OLFi 1

that lappeth of the water with his Expenses of elections ........ 700.00
';lerk for recording and $696.6"0Notice
gen- I
tongue, as a dog lappeth him' shall
eral court work ............ 150.00 is further given that the
thou set by himself; likewise every Reserved for contingenciesand Board of County Commissioners of := =
,, '
not that boweth down upon his knees emergencies ............ '1,000.00 Hendry county, Florida, will at its i COURSE ,
- to drink. 'And the number of them regular meeting on Tuesday 'August .
that lapped, putting their hand to $18,620.00Road 1st. 1933, at 10 o'clock A. M-, consider l 11-; !

their mouth were three hundredmen and Bridge Fund and act upon the foregoing es-
; but all the rest of the people Cost of material ..................$ 800.00 timates and as adopted the same ..'.. '";. : .:
bowed down upon their knees to Tools machinery and repairs shall constitute the fixed expenditures .;' E': .. I .:.:

drink i .......................___....._ 450.00 for and against the several :. '
water. And the Lord said to
Free labor and bridge tenders funds above-mentioned for the fiscal I'

Gideon, by the 300 men that ................_......_.......... 8,000.00Gas year commencing October 1st, .:. x:
lapped will I save you, and deliver and oil ........................ 600.00 1933, and ending September 30. ,I ..
the Midianites unto thine hand; and Ptjid to incorporated cities 1934. : .:.

let all the other people go every man and towns .......:..._............ 100.00 DONE AND ORDERED by the

unto his place." Incidentals ............ ............ 150-00 Board of County Commissioners 'of
Then Gideon "divided the three Contingencies and emergen- Hendry county. Florida in special Open to the Public ] I ii

hundred men into three companies, cies ........ .*........._............ 500.00 session, this the 21st day of' July,

and he put a trumpet in every man's A. D. 1933.. .
10400.00 F. L. DUNAWAY, .y. .
hand with
empty pitchers, and .: .'. t
Fine and Forfeiture Fund Chairman. .' I -- .:. .
lamps within the pitchers. And he Sheriff and deputies cost Attest: WILLIAM T. HULL, .i' : .!. 1
said unto them Look on me and do bills and jail guard ....$4.000.00 Clerk. ::: i 'i. 1

likewise; and-as I do, so shall ye Constables cost bills ........ 100.00 (SEAL) 1t :i: I :;: .
do. When I blow with a trumpet- Clerk of Circuit Court cost i I J

then blow ye the trumpets also on bills criminal cases ........ 200.00 :NOTICE :: :;: It Jift-
: I .
every side of all the camp and say County Judges cost bills. 1,000.00 Notice is hereby given of the intention .' I ," .... (_.,- i,
The sword of the Lord Justice of the Peace cost of the undersigned to applyto '
of bills ..__.........__... .?......__. 50.00 the Judge of the Circuit Court of 1 !
Gideon. So Gideon
and the hun- County Prosecuting Attorney the Twelfth Judicial Circuit on the Moderate Green Fees.ExceptoonaS I ;

dred men that were with himblewthe conviction fees .............. 200.00 25th day of August, A. D. 1933, for ::: I \ .:.
trumpets and brake the pitchers Bailiffs of Criminal courts 150.00 an order of adoption to the under- :!: Fairways :

that were in their hands. And the Witness fees ...................._. 450.00 signed of one Ethel Enfinger. a I i ::
companies blew the trumpets -and Court stenographer in ,Insolvency minor. :*?: Interesting Greens. : ::_
brake the pitchers that were in their cases ......._............ 50.00 CARL EROYER., .:. I.!.:
hands, and held the lamps in their Other expenses in Criminal LORENA K. ROYER. ''L .7 ii I ;.

' left hands, and the trumpets in their Prosecution ...... ....._...... 50.00 LOUIS O. GRAVELY I ::
Sheriffs commissions on fines, Attorney for Petitioners.5t ------- -- ---

right. hands to blow withal; and they I etc., collected ................ 200.00 g. ...............................................................................................................................................-....-,. ...-.-.,..-....-.-...-.......-....-.!! I



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