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: December 1, 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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STREET PAVING Sugar Mill BeginsSeason ROAD 67 WILL I Florida Still LeadsIn COAST TEAMSDRAW


mill ,of the United States Tallahassee\ 'Nov.; 28.-With 39
CWA PROJECTSPossibility Sugar Corporation at Clewiston will FURTHER SOONMoore projects on 20 roads in 27 counties CROWDClewiston

start grinding cane on Thursday, under way and a number of other

November 30th, the first cane being bids called for, Florida continued to

of aid to local con- scheduled to go over the rolls at onep. ( Haven Democrat) lead southern states in the expendi- fans jammed Kiwanis

struction and improvement projects m. on that day.. Monday and Tues- Representative J. H. Peeples andC. ture of money granted from the Field last Thursday night to view
of this week to be devotedto federal government in the national the best attraction yet offered
under the new Civil Works Administration -! day are V. Parkinson returned from Tal- the
of the Federal Governmentwas I the organizing of the cutting recovery program, it was revealed. diamondball addicts by the Kiwanis
discussed at a meeting in I IJ crews at the camps in the different lahassee Wednesday and reported an here by C. B. Treadway, chairman committee and they all got their

Clewiston by A. L. Taylor, of La- zones and final preparation of the unsuccessful attempt, to obtain prom-] of the state road department. money's worth. Feature game of the

Belle, administrative official in transportation system. ise of immediate construction on the Contracts totaling $3,500,229.64, nights play was first on the bill, the

charge, with the City Commission. Wednesday, cutting under the remaining link of Road 67 (National or approximately 67 percent of the Hatch's girls team of West Palm

Understanding is that only 30 per- 'direction of field foremen 'will get Recovery Road 101)) from the end of $5,231,834 granted Florida for im- Beach opposing the Fort Myers Coca
cent of the estimated cost .of the under way, 'and the first cars of cane I provement and extension of the state Cola girls In a nip and tuck contest ,
the contrac't'in Moore Havento
-entire project when approved can be will begin to move to the big mill present highway system have been let. These which Hatch's finally won'Sby

paid out for material, the remaining south of the city, ready for the startof Smoak's Corner. The road depart- figures do not count projects included virtue of superior fielding, and:extra

amount going to the payment of I grinding on Thursday.It ment members repeatedly promisedthat in the call for bids of November base hitting. .

labor. Awaiting verification of this, is anticipated that approximately the paving contract, 'when let, 28 which will boost the percentageeven "Pickles," of the H tch team,
and the procurement of the necessary would include from Main's Corner higher. slammed one to the bank In left fora
the same. acreage as last year will
forms for application, no definite through Moore ,Haven to Smoak's While the total number of men round trip that any of thelocal
be harvested. The past season has
statement of proposed work can be been favorable to the growth of Corner. However, the paving is be- employed on the various jobs had boys would have been proud: of. In
made. ing done with federal funds and as not an been made available to the the second game ,a pick-up team
sugarcane, and the improvement In
< Projects understood to have been varieties of higher sugar. content, a federal aid project, so the portionof department, it was estimated by from West Palm under the name of
Jfcs discussed for Clewiston include the combined with superior methods of the road that was approved by engineers attached to the offices of the Florida Power and Lfeht, proved<<

paving of Pacific Avenue from the extraction at the mill, are expectedto federal engineers is being paved. No Mr. Treadway that places for 2750 entirely too fast for the home team,

State Highway to the sugar mill; the increase the total tonnage of information could obtained; as1 laborers would be engaged on the selected from all the clubs In th,

construction and paving of the north sugar over that produced last season, to the probable time of ,paving any work already started. league and won as they' pleased;

drive of the proposed double drive when 235,000 tons were manufac- further portion of roads in the coun- Glades county with two projects, 112.
} on' the State ''Highway from Circle tured here.CABBAGE. .1 ty. one in Moore Haven and one at the 1 In Friday night's league ,games,

k Drive East to Circle Drive West; the I However, Mr. Peeples and Mr. junction 'of roads 67 and 25 has on one-run once more proved the marginof

regrading and oiling of. FranciscoSt. BEING TESTEDIN Parkinson were assured that the the road fund payroll 140 men withan victory. The High School, trailing

., from the State Highway to Okee- SEARCH FOR MORE plans for placing shell on the road estimate 200 will be needed be- behind the Engineers thruout the

chobee Blvd., north of the Inn; the from, the point at which the present fore the tasks are finished. game because of unsteadiness on ,the
PROMISING VARIETIES mound, ganged on Bobble Smith
of swimming
construction a public
paving contract ends all the way to J
i pool, long 'desired by many persons Road 25 were being continued. Thisis who had relieved Peterson in the
Buy Xmas Seals Now"The box for the Whiteshirts for three
here; the beautification of Gainesville, Fla.-Strain and variety being done as part' of the CWA !
Highway No. 25 from the Palm trials of the most promising program to be completed by Febru- runs in their half of the seventh

Beach county line to the Moore types of cabbage are being conductedat ary 15th, and will undoubtedly go more seals sold, the fewer, inning, and won, 98.

Haven road, a project on which much Hastings by the horticulture department through, as now planned. In fact, the crippled children," said A. Rice King, In the second game, Kiwanis,

i work has already been done by ,: of the Florida Experiment road department has a drag line now chairman of the welfare division of which had lost three straight, show-

t Clewiston Post of the :American Leg- Station, and a later planting is to be digging shell for this work. It is the American Legion In Florida. ed a new spirit nad the, ,.old,_ lugging

ion, the Garden Club and the Clewis- made in the McIntosh area, says M. planned to .let the shell dry out "Tuberculosis usually thoughtof to run up a 14-4 lead on the Sugars,

ton: ,Company. R. Ensign, truck horticulturist. An some in order that, It will handle in connection with the lungs, but with Miner, Owen Langford and
Cam Nail doing the heavy stick
effort is being made to procure more: easily. Ten inches of shell will it is one of the major causes that
work. Earl Fontaine's two clean
strains which,are' adapted to Florida be laid over the entire new grade. results in the crippling of children."A .
New York Cabbage growing conditions and at the same This will pack down a few Inches, tuberculosis hip, tuberculosis homers- helped pile up the lead. In
sixth the slab for
the Beardsley, on
time are of the type which the mar- but will leave enough good material spine, or' a tuberculosis bone are
Market Quite Active ket takes at the highest price. on the road that proper scraping and well known to physicians," Mr. King the Blues, blew so high that the
Sugars shoved over seven runs
..- r Mr. Ensign! says that a number' of maintenance will keep it in good said. "They are well known and
before Langford could stop the rally.
round-headed types, such as Copen- condition. The Clewiston road is im- dreaded because the treatment, is
Kiwanis picked up one more in the -
New York, Nov. 24.-Activity in hagen Market, Golden Acre, Early possible ,as a, maintenance proposi- slow,. tedious, and painful._ It Is a ended 15-11
J seventh, and the game
the cabbage market showed steady, Dwarf Flat Dutch, Steeins Early Flat tion because there is such a small matter of months, sometimes years,
when three pop-ups washed up the
advancement all week with prices at Dutch, and Mid-Season Market look- amount of shell and rock on it that before improvement is certain or recovery
greenshirts the last half.
western New York shipping points ed promising in strain tests last year, scraping does no good. is ,in sight. In Florida muchof

(/' firm at $38 per ton, establishing a and these! are being grown again Assistant Engineer Cannon Indicated the work initiated for crippled i
:$44 per ton delivered price in the this :year. There is also a variety of 'that the shelling of this road children has been done through the DIAMONDBALL LEAGUESTANDING

bands of distributors here. Sacked the pointed head type known as would be included' in the projects, sale of Christmas seals. The more

reported strong demand. Several Wakefield varieties, since it produces .- would be put to work immediately ren." To Monday, November 27th.
Won Lost
of the, more prominent operatorsin a very firm head. Plants of afterwards. BUY :SEALS-LOTS OF THEM!
deal that High School ....................:..:5 0"
the cabbage stated never Charleston and Jersey Wakefield "
before in their recollection has cab- varieties 'which produce the most Although disappointed that the PERSIAN LEVIES Motors ..............._......_...._.....3 2 ; -
out long hoped-for paving would not be Kiwanis ......,........................3 3.
,bage moved storage so rapidly firm heads are beingselected for
at this time of the year. They say further testing, also. done on this road, the people of the I The Persian Lime, which for several Firemen ................................2 ::1.
county will welcome news that the I small U. S. Sugar ..................._........:2 f 4
that 'rule there is still a
been on
as a plentyof .years has ,grown
stock coming from the fields and The acreage from in cabbage in Floridahas new grade will be well-laid with scale in Flroida, has recently reacheda Engineers ............................1 4
ranged 2,000 12,000 shell for the entire distance.In .
that at the rate storages are unloading acres each year for the, past decade.Mr. position of prominence on a com- .
now, the deal will wind up much Ensign says that competingareas mercial basis. During the past two Dade County Plants
earlier than usual so far as ,stocks in have dominated many South- order for the News ,staffto years 600 acres have been planted in
,this area are concerned and probably eastern holiday the southern section of the East
markets because Florida has ,, enjoy the Thanksgiving Potato Acreage
_before much of the fruit Large
cabbage arrives continued to grow the Wakefield or we have gone to press a Coast as the popularity
on the market. It is understoodthat pointed head types, while most of the has grown and its market possibilities -
little earlier than, usual and
one of the large chain organiza- markets demand a firmer cabbage have developed.The ,Hastings, Florida's potato city, la
tions recently made a contract for such as is provided by the round news of the paper is only included Persian (or,Tahiti) Lime Is a all upset because Dade county is

20 cars of storage stock for December headed varieties. through 1Vedne 4ay. cross between the West Indian Lime' going into the potato raising indus

shipment on the basis of $50 per and the Genoa Lemon. The fruit is try with plenty acres. This year

rton for the first half of that, month as large as the ordinary lemon, is Dade county will have thirty-five
$60 for the second half f. o. b. seedless and has a distinctive flavor of plantedand
hundred acres potatoes
I shipping station. This is said to be I Cletotetott cbool Jieh1 I II and aroma. The limes are picked the crop will be sold as new

the highest price paid for cabbagein while still a ,deep, green in color potatoes when the price is high and
several for New thought to be a-
years.- Inauiries i which at first was the demand constant. The crop here
York state cabbage are 'no.v comingIn I Ed Clark and Coburn Moore and James Howard.In disadvantage in marketing but Is will be about a month ahead of the
from mid-western points which'I motored to Moore Haven Thursday arithmetic' the highest rating now conceded an advantage becauseof well known Hastings cropland that

dealer sasy is quite unusual and I nite. that, can be made Is 10. In third the attractive velvety texture and Florida city of potatoes.is'"all workedup

which reflects a situation that has Betty Spicer spent the week-end grade this was made by Armeda because it serves to differentiate the over the threat. With a really

not prevailed for many years.-N. Y. j in' Jacksonville. Howell, Joe Brewer and David fruit from the lemon. It has been good crop ,in Dade county this partof
Packer. Bobby Hare and Merrel Lowe Smith. predicted that for twenty years to southeast Florida will steal all

motored to Belle Glade Sunday after- come Florida will not be able to fill Hastings' thunder and most of the

HASTINGS P. C. A. FIRST TOi noon.Roy 'I I DIAMOND BALL the increasing demand for this fruit, profit. North of Homestead the boys
Williams and Laddie Wallaceof By Richard Bestor in the Northern markets.Exchange.GOLF are going into the potato raising
Pahokee visited Evelyn Hare Sun- business In a wholesale manner
day afternoon. The nigh school rang up their They are using potato planters that
Columbia, S. C.-The: receipt of Doris Reddish is back in school fifth straight victory Friday night at lant three row at a time and the
its charter from the Farm Credit after an absence of several weeks. the expense of the Engineers, 98. tractors are busy all day putting the
Administration this week marked the Betty' Hooks visited in Moore Coburn Moore relieved Bobby Hare Bad weather kept many regulars cut-up spuds into the fertile land.
Production Credit Association of Haven 'Sunday.Esta as pitcher in the first inning after from the golf course Sunday. M. W. Something like one hundred thousand

Hastings, Florida, as the first as- Yon is a new pupil In the five runs had crossed the plate. Bigg and Jay Moran tied for first dollars has been,invested already
sociation ready to accept applicationsfor eighth grade. Moore did well altho he had pitched honors in the blind bogey. A sealed this year by two potato kings in the
short term loans in the Third Miss West's and Miss Rhodes'pupils against Palm Beach the night before. nine hole tournament is planned for south part of the county. And there
Land Bank District. will have charge of the Moore allowed one run in the first Thanksgiving day with a blind bogeyin
The Association is capitalized at Thanksgiving chapel exercises. The and two in the second and then connection with it. The new club- (Continued on page three)

$40,000, making it possible for it to program is: Song, Boy Scout Mach; shut the Engineers out the rest of house is ready for Inspection. The COUNTY PLANTINGSThe
discount members' paper with the Scripture.. 100th Psalm: Lord's the game. drawing for the radio donated byJ. LEE

Intermediate Credit Bank of Colum Prayer; Play, "The Origin ,of The high school scored three runs J. Harrington for the clubhouse of'Irish potatoes will
bia for approximately five times this Thanksgiving," by the sixth grade; in the first inning, tallied once in the fund will be held at midnight"Thanksgiving planting that is
December 10, as
..'...-ai- amount or $200,000. Acrobatic dances, Julia Ann Oglesbyand second and were trailing 8-4 at the eve at the benefit begin about are
all the' large planters
;r- Like all other Production Credit Peggy Gallant; Play, "A Colonial end ,of the third. They made one in dance at the Inn.GIRL the 'date makingall
start, hoping by
Associations, being set up at this. Dame School," by tho fifth grade; the fourth, one in 'the fifth, and two I setting at the same time to help
time by the Production Credit Cor- Song, Thanksgiving.The in the sixth. Prof. Langford won tho SCOUTS plantings diseases.

poration of Columbia, the Hastings second grade pupils who made game with a pinch hit; with two control potato moved In larger quanti-
Association will make short term 100 percent In spelling last week runners on base he scored them witha I Vegetables than
loans to farmers for the productionof were: Eugene Roberts, Philip Mc- single over second base. The Girl Scouts will meet for the ties from Lee county this week of
agricultural products. Lead; .Eric Belcher, Ernest Oliver.In Clark was the leading hitter with I first time with their new captain, at any time since' the About 25
According to President Graham of third grade the best spellerswere two doubles. Moore, Bestor, and Mrs. Ted Efftlng, Wednesday after- this season's shipments. have been

the Production Credit Corporation of :. John Poole, Sonny Vaughn, Waldron also connected for two base noon. Mrs. Efftlng has been con-. car loads of cucumbers will
to market or
Columbia other charters are now in. Janie Brantley, Beatrice Pratt, David hits. The High got ten hits which nected with scouting for many years, : packed and gone

Washington, for approval and will\ be Smith. Audrey Christian, Armeda scored 9 runs, Just-, enough to win first as a scout and then ass captain' go. This makes a total of about Kf

granted Immediately, L Howell, E telle) Padgett, Mary M f\thl( the eamo: \ In West Palm Beach, I can for the e0aiont


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The Clewiston News : I departed from them, and the evil priests which did so. And the evil '[

: r III1,spirits went out of them. Then cer- spirit 'answered and said, Jesus I; <,
Published every Friday in Clewiston, II TOO LATE. TO k : BY tain of the vagabond Jews, exorcists, know_, and Paul I know; but who ';,

Florida by the CLEWISTON NEWS, RUSSELL KAY took upon them to call over them are ye? And the man in whom the ;"
II m I which had evil spirits' the name of evil spirit was leaped on them, and,

----- the Lord Jesus, saying, We adjure overcame them, and prevailed against "

Entered as second class matter Three groups, one representing realize that the objective It is hoped you by Jesus whom Paul preacheth.And them, so that they fled out of thE "t-i:;
/ February: 1, 1927, at the Post Officeat Florida mayors, another Florida to obtain demands similar unselfish there were' seven sons of one house naked and wounded. And this '

Clewiston, Florida, under the Act chamber of commerce secretaries; cooperation from every group and .Sceva a Jew, and chief of the (Continued on page 3) :
of March 3, 1897. : and a third Florida newspapers, met interest and that the "All Florida :
at the Miami Biltmore last week to 'Committee" to function as intended, 1
the subject of "Advertisingthe must embrace all who are concerned -
discuss .
news'paper the'best :
A devoted to ,
state." with advancing the welfare of the '.i<:
interests of Hendry county, Florida. There was a lot of first class hand state as a whole. '-.. ......... '- l ,
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Tt's leading'newspaper.. shakin' and back slappin', several To this end, others will be askedto
fair to middlin' speeches and up to join and the requisite of member- United States Sugar Corporation "

Wednesday noon, it looked like the ship is the contribution, without 4

Subscription: rate, per year........$2.00 whole thing would turn out to be thought of personal gain, of some CLBWISTON, FLORIDA ;
Outside of State' of' :Florida'; '-....$2.50 "just another meetin'." outstanding service for Florida.
Then some of the newspaper boys The plan met the enthusiastic approval Information of importance to all holders of Fir8t'Mortgage
and Collateral Trust Serial Gold Bonds and Ten Year Convertible
got their heads together and figured of all who attended the ses-
Income Gold Debentures of this Corporation is contained in *
that before we tackle as big a taskas sion when it outlined at the
.Business Office, Clewiston News, document entitled "Proposal for Exchange of Securities of United
Clewiston, Florida.:' Editorial and sellin' Florida to the cockeyed general meeting with all groups States Sugar Corporation" which has been furnished to all known
Advertising ,same. world, maybe it would be a good idea present. In recognition of the service holders of these securities. Holders of such securities who ,have
to get busy and sell Florida to Colonel Doherty has consistently not received this document will be supplied therewith upon
Floridians.The rendered the state, an invitation was application (when accompanied by a written statement of the
numbers and description of security holdings) to the Corporation .
A COURAGEOUS. GOVERNOR thought being that if we could extended him to become the first
at its office in Clewiston, Florida, or at the office of Bitttnf,
just get Florida folks enough work- non-newspaper member of the "All Incorporated, 20 Exchange Place, New York, N. Y.
Hats,off to .Governor Rolph of the ed up about their state, it would Florida Committee."
sun-kissed state f'California! All naturally follow that they would The Colonel accepted and offeredas UNITED STATES SUGAR CORPORATION,

true blooded Floridans will commend feel a lot more like pullin' togetherin his contribution, to meet the .expense By William T. Bitting, Secretary y
the courageous action taken the matter of tellin' outsiders of preparing the engravings I I

by the chief executive of our rival about it.Somebody. I and mats, supply the Committee witha .tw!

commonwealth in lauding the swift in the crowd suggestedthat I secretary and underwrite the initial

work of the, group lynching! the we form an "All Florida Com- i expense of perfecting a' working =
abomnible kidnapers and murderers mittee" and inaugurate a statewide organization.And ....... . . . . . . .............'..."..........!.....! ,
of, Brooke Hart, wealthy young educational campaign in an effort to so has started another move- '

Californian.The break down sectionalism and advancethe ment designed to promote the wel- r 1 1o

crime of the two kidnap slay- interests of the state as a whole. fare of Florida through the mutual F[iRHf
I r'
ers was atrocious,' equal to that of Representatives of both the daily unselfish effort of all interests; a DRINK MiLK ji
other kidnapers and murdererswho and weekly papers pledged their full move to sell all Florida to all Flor-

are becoming all too common cooperation and an Executive Com- idians with the hope that in the

in these United States.A mittee was appointed' to build a fire breaking down of sectional jealousiesand A ..

few more lessons like that of under the idea and get somewherewith petty differences, our people will ;i

the men who saw to it that justicewas it.This. be brought to realize the advantages s. i
executed speedily: will end the committee agreed to under- to be gained by united effort.It s, HEALTH

fearful crime wave. take the task of bringing every daily is an ambitious program, an s.A ,.
Ordinarily, there is no excuse fora and weekly newspaper in Florida idealistic program, and one that will A y Y
group of people "taking the law into the movement with a pledge to prove extremely difficult of achievement A A y
into their own hands," and certainlywe devote approximately'a page a monthto but it can be done., A ..

do not advocate naything but the "All Florida Advertising," to be With intelligent direction and unselfish :: Get Your Milk and Milk :!: '
strictest attention to duty by officialswho prepared and approved by the Executive effort the "All Florida Com- A

execute our laws. Mob law is a Committee.And mittee" possesses potential possibilities -
dangerous thing, but used only in while state newspapers have for good, or it can become just _t: Products from a First Class, =

flagrant cases where guilt iis clearly taken the load in this forward move- another one of those :things just s

proven, it speaks with clearness and ment and are- giving concrete evi- another name. It is merely a starting
Farm. !:
decision that the wavering techni- dence of their sincerity by pledgingin point. Where it will lead will be I Sanitary Dairy .

,calities of our legal procedure render the _neighborhood of $200,000 answered by you-and you-and .. 0 ..
impossible in the courts. 'Worth of space to the campaign, they: you. .

"Lynching is a sincere demand for Two miles of :.
law enforcement" "The people I west town. : ;'
have shown that they are weary of tunity afforded in that city and the months, disputing_ andpersuading the I T _

the technicalities of law and in success of his work.' In 1 Corinthians, things concerning the kingdom of* A+ +y
which was written near the close of God. And when divers
favor o'f were hard-
speedy action rather than
the slow procedure of courts," said ,his stay in Ephesus he says "A great ened, and believed not, but spake i Early morning delivery to *

prominent lawyers in commentingon door and effectual is opened unto evil of that way before the multitudehe .. .

the case.Governor. me." departed from them, and separated -

Rolph expressed a wish The whole text of today's lesson is the desciples, disputing daily in :_: your door.CLEWISTON. :iy iy i-:
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that finds ,a fervent echo in every important, and is as follows: "Andhe yy
citizen's heart continued by the space of two years;
when he said "I hope went into the yy
this lesson will synagogue, and so that all they which dwelt in Asia yi

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both Jews and Greeks. And God

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third journey. Indeed, Paul remained H= =: Can Help You To Own A Home
at Ephesus longer than at any other TUESDAY and FRIDAY NIGHTS

t period place months of on, and'at his least called missionary two three years and years tours-a three in WATANABE: F. R. Maxwell HOTELMrs. Prop. _H: _: Clewiston_ Home Building Association :U=: j I

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.cu....... .- home Jim In Stockley' Fort Pierce spent' Sunday at his its temple width Itself 239;342 the dimensions of the I I the descriptions of farm animals ':-':":-':,,:,,:,,:,,:,,:,,:,,:,,:..:,,:-,:,,:,,:,,:,,:,,))<:I
by 163 feet: There printed in the books oh agriculutre,
Personal. Mention. were eight columns in front, and'I but could not classify the species. I
'The' Carol McDonalds will eat the total number one hundred, about The billygoat simply didn't fit in
., their, .turkey';in Orlando.* 55 feet 8 inches ,
in height, many Ashamed to display his ignorance, Good FarmLand
; Jimmy Lofton spent the week'-end being.' the,gifta of' kings.. on returning from his inspection trip
I t' Mr. and Mrs. Craig and small 'Ephesus'Joh
in 'Miami. At tHe Apostle he telephoned to a friend, giving a
I. daughter have returned and are now founded the first Seminary for the description of the animal, an'd ask-

r.. Mr. and Mrs. Campbell Nail attended living at the Schult Apartments. I training of young men. And thereit ing what it might be. The descriptionwas

the show In Pahokee Sunday. is thought, John, Luke, Timothyand as follows:
Herbert S. Thomas of Newport probably Mary, Christ's mother, "He had large, sad eyes, a strangely -
News has returned to Clewiston for Rent
i;. Mrs. -?. H. Pressley and Mrs. Neville and were buried. long beard, rough and unkept "
is' now with the U. S. Engineers.
hair, and his behind "
Giles spent Monday in LaBelle.Mr. was bare.
His friend shouted back:
C.. Nelson of the Engineering of- Prepared to Save Lives "Hell, man, that wasn't an animal!
and Mrs. B. A. Bourne spent.
fice in Jacksonville arrived
Saturday in West Palm Beach. That was"the farmer who applied for ....... -.j.j'j
One of the most valuable services the loan.
p News has been received of the given to the American public by the
Mrs. Ira Burnham from Fort death of Mrs. Gonterman in Granite Red Cross is through its Life Saving Bell Long in Service

. Worth, Texas, is visiting her sister, City, Illinois. Mrs. Gonterman visit- and First Aid courses. Virtually] all of A Trespassers
l seven hundred-year-old church
Mrs. Jesse Tippey. 1 ed her son, Courtney and daughter, the life guards at beaches and pools in bell with a tone of unusual quality

Mrs. J. K. Mowry, here several wint- the nation are Red Cross life savers. still rings each Sunday. In the little Will Be

Hansel Hall of West Palm Beach ers ago and is well remembered by Nearly every industry in America sup- village of, Saleby, In the west of Sweden. I
likes our ducks. He and Geo. W. Clewiston people. ports the First Aid work of the Red to ProsecutedThe
I According the inscription on
, Cam were out again Sunday. Cross because it annually saves lives the bell It has been In continuous
of thousands of injured These
The teachers are scattering for persons. !service since 1228Watches .
Principal M. G. Langford is spend- their vacations. Three are going courses are taught by Red Cross ex-
perts In both lines. Last ...
year 66,354 ..
ing Thanksgiving vacation with his home; Miss Eva Mae Green to Plant
certificates were issued to com-
R wife and new son in Gainesville. City, Miss Vflma Rodes to Oakland, persons Clocks, Jewelry
.. pleting the First Aid course and 78,795certificates
r and Miss Gertrude Balasok to Ar- Jewelry Repairing
for completing Life Saving .
r; C. :B': Van Landingham: Jacksonville cadia. Miss Mae Drew will visit her instruction.
:, has been visiting his sister, brother in Miami, Miss Elizabeth W. H. MERRITT

Mrs, F.lR.! Maxwell, at the Watanabe. West will go to Sebring, and Miss War Veterans' Problems WATCHMAKER & JEWELERRear
; :. : Marie Williams expects to see Miami ClewistonqoDlpany
: sights. or ..
Mr. 'and Mrs. Zerney Meredith, Not since the period of the World Clewiston Drug. -
; Mrs. J:. Tippey and Mrs. Ira Burn- War has,the Red Cross faced a greater Company
, ham motored to Palm Beach Monrll LADIES AID problem', handling the claims of CLEWISTON FLORIDAP.

. : ::) day. World War.'and other veterans. Due to O1. Box ,521
;.".. The Ladies' Aid of the Community the changes In"the regulations'cover ..
... Miss, Marion Leydig, Betty Spicer Church invites the newcomers especially Ing veterans' claims, chapters all over- "We Are Here To Stay" ......................................................................................1.>1

t' 4 and Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Hall spent to their regular meeting, the nation have been crowded with vet- ,
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ville. o'clock at the home of Mrs. R. Y. Tice in preparing appeals. During last

f Patterson. Mrs. W. W. Worth will year Red Cross home service workers II' ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.................................................................................................................-......I.!..!'.
talk on India from the standpoint of Sa! 3,268 chapters dealt with the'problems -
Mr. annd Mrs. W. C. Prevatt went
one who lived of 411,124 ex-service men or their
actually there
to Fort Meade Friday to attend the .
. -' ,families. ,The chapters also aided 7,346 Ii !
funeral of a girlhood friend of Mrs. I
t ; en'atll1"1Ii. and
DADE COUNTY PLANTS JI the regular army,.navy .

J' Prevatt. LARGE POTATO ACREAGE marine corps. il iI! CLEWISTON I: I
:." T.' J.: Humphreys of New Smyrnaand (Continued, froni'page 1)' An Army of Children
: _. F. R. Barber of High Springs '
t:. ,. are back at the sugar mill for the used to be a time "when people The membership in the Junior Red ::

-" season. thought that Dade county potatoeswere Cross last year was 6,629,866 boys and
of no use as they wouldn't girls in schools, private, public and ,- .
f.i/: '\ Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Herring will keep. Carload after carload: of seed parochial. They enjoyed volunteer work I ::: "" / :

:> L:. .;' spend their Thanksgiving vacation potatoes have arrived and seed for la hospitals and for orphans, the aged + : ,

f ,:.:r.';'.' with Mrs. Herring's parents in next year is already being tested. The tad crippled, and also aided their :;: :
seed comes from all parts of the ..
Pompano. schoolfellows by providing attention
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.::::. ::_ country and 'even, from Canada. for their eyes, purchasing their glasses, I '':.

\.,.'-!" :': J. D. McMakin and Mrs. J. E. North Dakota seed is considered and giving many other types of service ..:....
;, Beardsley spent the week-end with pretty good as the seed is hard: and to them. The Juniors aid their school I .:.

L. C. E. Robbins and family in West stands up well' with the right number work by carrying on correspondence ..::..

.,'. Palm Beach. of eyes to the tuber. Cabbageis and the exchange of portfolios with I
k. another crop that. is occupying a school children In other nations

I Callers in West Palm Beach Saturday lot of acreage 'in the south part of I i Open to the Public I

r: were Mrs..L. Smith, Mrs. C. E. the county. Cabbage patches are FARM LOAN APPRAISERS

i., Miner, Miss Nora McGuire and Mrs. gambling propositions, of course. ==

: M., E. VonMach. You put in a lot of plants and a The Tampa Tribune relays this .:;.

good crop comes along. If'there is one from the Jackson, (Miss.) Daily 'y. it
. ', .' : Wm. and Carl Dedrick of Wichita, 1 a shortage of cabbage In other partsof News. .::.
Kansas, who are south for the winter the country the cabbage ,planteris :
A city man got .a, Job as inspectorfor :
on the to :
, visited their brother-in-law, Paul way become a million- .. i
of the numerous farm loan
I. Deam, this week. aire. If the cabbage production In .Y' I
i other parts of the country is good organizations fostered by Uncle :::=
Sam-no matter which ,one.
;:. Among those at the football game they just let the cabbage rot and + I
Knowing nothing about. farms and
t in Gainesville Saturday were Dave then plow it under. =: Moderate Green Fees
i rural life, he obtained all the litera- ;
t Alston, local druggist, and K. Mc-
ture he could get .about agricultureand "' .
,Mullen of the Clewiston: Dairy. SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON Exceptional Fairways i
crammed himself, day and night,

l, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Wright, Fran- (Continued from page 2) like a college ,boy preparing for =;= Interesting Greens '- *
examination at the end of the first
ces and Nancy spent a delightful was known to all the Jews and y. .y.
semester. '
r week-end in West Palm Beach with Greeks also dwelling at Ephesus; and :
Then he went out to make his :!:
", ,the Courtland Swetts. The Wrights I fear fell on them all, and the name

: and Swetts are old college friends. of the Lord Jesus was magnified. And first inspection.The . . . . . . . 111"
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first animal . .
many that :believed came, and he ran into wasa t"tt tt tt"tt .". tt i"i . ., . ., . .
con-j billygoat. He tried hard to recall .
fessed, and shewed'their -
Mrs. Glenn Sears, who has been deeds.
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t visiting her daughter, Mrs. H. H. which used curious art

: Kolstad, left Saturday for Miami, brought their books together, and "
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:: where she will spend some time be burned them before all men: and

fore returning to her home in At they counted the price of them, and PREPARE
jJ. lanta. The Kolstads accompanied her found 'It fifty thousand pieces 6f

to West Palm Beach. silver. So mightily grew the word of
God and prevailed."
; Mrs. J. E. Winn entertained on The City of "Ephesus was situated REFILL-

;". "- Monday afternoon in honor of her about a mile from the Aegean Sea, WEEK END TRIP O 2. CHECK CRANKCASE TIRES .
L daughter Elizabeth's tenth birthday. fronting an artificial harbor in which, IC:! 3. CHECK WATER IN BATTERY

After peanut hunt the young people ships from all lands met. Above 4. GET COMPLETE LUBRICATION

{", enjoyed ice cream, cake ,and Ephesus rose the temple of Artemis { tiJh"" ;7..cr'
apples. The guests were Elizabeth (Diana), celebrated as the most y S'YY.

(,,,,': Winn, Gloria McDuffie, Ann Pafford, magnificent building in Asia Minor, .. i Afia 33.ro.i
:,:', .' Carolyn McDonald, Jacqueline McKenzie regarded as one.. of 'the wonders, : of, ; >yR ,7

, Janice Wynn, Julia Ann the world. Ephesus is now in ruins. nvF# a y
Oglesby, Annette Simpson, Margaretand For centuries the very site of Its I ;

/ Sue VonMach, Runnell McGehee, famous temple was lost. Explorers $ 'hy<'..: ?er.; WIPED w'. ,.. .e <.( rd\ a} Vw. }JF @\
.. John. Poole, Bobby Topper, Billy have recently discovered Its foundations -
, Redelsheimer, Roberta Spicer, Leila "outside the city walls, twenty : > KEEPING THE WATER ",;: y ; fi Y?< <, ; ,, : ,.

Lewis, Armeda Howell, Beulah two feet below the surface in the LEVEL UP CAN SAVE'' OIL CHECKD

Guthrie, Mary Louise Thomas, Ann deep alluvial soil of a Turkish vii- ; YOU A LOTOFMOTOR7
, .Sparrow, Mrs. Lloyd Sparrow and lage. The length of the platform on

w Miss Elizabeth West. which the temple stood was 418 feet,

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