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: February 10, 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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' INCORRECT LISTSHOLD Warning Shot-sF to Halt ,Nassau TENNISJOENEY to Be Publicized in Talks Before NEAR LAKEPORTGRAND

: Who Attacks Farmer with Service Clubs of South Florida

Heavy Axe Next Week .

Zeke Young, Nassau negro, was Clewiston Kiwanis club will furnish BE/iBROUGHT
" shot and instantly killed near here the entertainment for the club

Iin Hollywood Monday, when Hollywood -
\' The County Commissioners voted Monday afternoon as he attacked G.. Possibilities of a tennis tourna- has announced that their' en-' No arrests have been made in con-

Wednesday to rescind their former B. McDuffffie with an axe, and threa- ment to be held at the courts backof tire program will be dedicated to nection with the most brutal mur-

action in approving the errors and tened to kill Mr. McDuffie. He was the Clewiston Inn were discussed Clewiston. John K. Mowry, club der ever known in this section ,which

insolvency lists for the 1931 tax rushed to Belle Glade for medical this week by several intersted president made the announcement was brought, to light a week ago

,i" roll, which they signed at the first treatment but died on the way. ,tennis players. Among the most that a film showing the development with the finding of the bodies of

meeting of the new board on Jan- The Nassau had been working for prominent in the discussion was G. three young men, Donald Norton,
of Clewiston! would be shown, anda
uary third. A later check showed Mr. McDuffie in. the bean field'near M. Ford, I. ,M. Pafford'. and A. L. prepared by Gus McGehee, 27, of Winter Haven and Lakeport,
several errors and duplications on Seminole. He decided to quit ,work Hackett. paper: Lincoln Whidden, 28, of Palmdale,
one of the earliest settlers in this'sect '
f the list of which the commissionerswere and ,in a rough manner demandedhis Plans for a lake shore tourna- on, on the growth of this part and MarVin Morrow, 28, of Elba

uninformed at their first white employer cash the bean ment were discussed in South Bay Alabama. The bodies, riddled with
of South Florida. Mrs. Norman A.
:' ,' meeting.The tickets he held. This proceedurenot last night to permit tennis players : Nielsen, and Mrs. E. R. Fontaine bullets, evidently fired at close

lists had been returned to the being the custom among farmers from all parts of this section to, have consented to give readings at range, were found in and beside the

'- Commissioners at the request of!. here and Mr. McDuffie not being pre- I form clubs for competition.In Hollywood club Monday.. truck, belonging to Milton Norton
for pared to cash the tickets, ordred elder brother of Donald, Friday
chairman Fred L. Dunaway, cor- Clewiston the advocates of a The Hollywood club is responsiblefor
". rection. The lists were signed as a the negro off the field, and told him about noon by David Goggins at a
tournament say there,are approximately dedicating one week to each city
of course by the new board, his tickets would be cashed at one .point about 6 miles from Lakeport
matter 30 players who should be in- in the state having a Kiwanis club.
of the first official of the stores nearby which make a on a lonely prairie road near whatis
and was one tournamnt. Fourof
terested in such a The plan of the Hollywood club is
-at: :. acts of the new board. The listsI" practise of paying out cash for the these players, it is planned, will ''to have each club in Florida "learn known as Gator Slough.
bean pickers tickets. The negro, The three men left Venus, where
\ '/ were returned to the commissioners be seeded, in order that the finals something about the rest of the
the personal request of chair- who was under the influence of liquor they had visited with Morrow's
upon will throw two players of equal state." .
'J. M. left the field with the warningthat brother-in-law, H. E. Franklin and
to Comptroller
man Dunaway rank onto the court. The tenativelist The FortMyers club ,will devoteits
I" "I'll be waiting for at the family, about three o'clock Thurs
Lee. The lists 'will be held until a you drawn up in the preliminary luncheon Wednesday to hearingthe

thorough check can be made of the hard road." When the rest of the discussionincludes four ladies, who story of Clewiston.. J. Lov- day afternoon. Evidence pointed to

the tax collector when pickers ended their work for! the their being shot from, ambush about
of ,
records the
"need ,no odds from any of vorn will represent the Clewistonclub
of them to 4 o'clock. The sh'ots had all been t
McDuffie sent
lists will be corrected and ap- day, one "
the men. The ladies mentioned in the in Ft. Myers ,next Wednesday.,
the shanty adjoining Seminole Farm fired from the right side of the
proved., discussion are: Mrs. W. C. Owen, Gus McGhee will represent the
where the congregated' in road. Whidden's body was found
The board was in receipt of a negroes Miss Elizabeth
Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, Clewiston club in West Palm Beach
Newell the evning to pursuade Zeke to got beside the truck on the left side'
from J. P. secretary
letter West and Miss Eunice Meredith also to be held next Wednesday.The .
to the in which it was his home until he had sobered. and the door was open, indicating
the tourna- Clewiston: Kiwanis Club was
The planning
departmenthad the that he had been able to open the
stated that the auditing When Mr. McDuffie reached
entertained tricks at its
contemplate put- by
ment say that they :
been advised of the request ,of road, witnesses said, the negro was door and attempt to escape or pro
in shape, rewiring weekly lunceheon here Wednesdaywith
ting the court perfect had'evidently -
tect himself. The shooting
the board for'an audit of the booksof waiting with an axe, and made, an the backstops, re-laying tape Sr. Manuel Ramirez as enter-
the former tax collector, and attempt to use it. McDuffie drevhispistol tainer.Sr. been done by a shotgun, a
lines at an early date.
Y1. that proper attention would be giv- and fired twice at the negro's Ramirez native of Cuba pistol and a high-powered rifle. A

en the request. The request was foot. This failing to halt the assaulthe Among those mentioned as pos- who is employed, a in the mill search of.. the palmettos beside the
commissioners sible entrants are: G. M. Ford, A. sugar road in the direction from which the
when the
made two weeks ago fired point blank at his body. tricks illusions
that shortage held the L. Hackett, Zernie Meredith, John sleight-of-hand and I shots seemed to have been fired led
reported a ,At a coroners inquest
''Herbert Blate Dr. S. J. here performed many ;tricks of !
Simmons the disclosure of a spot where
existed in the books of it held that
:?';.' apparently following day, was for the pleasure of the Kiwanians I
Simmons, W. C. Prewitt, Hoomes grass and weeds had been, trampled
," : _' the collector. A telegram was sent the negro was killed in self-defence..
to the governor's office requesting a Rich, Edward Ward, Bobby- Hare, present. down as though by. men in waiting.

'. prompt audit of the accounts. W. S. H. Brown, C. J. Loworn, R. H. An empty tobacco can, 5 shells froma

Murrow, former state auditor, had Sheriffs Asked to Aid Collins, Harry Peters, George Schau- 6200( Rose Bushes! to high-powered rifle and several

: already tendered his resignation tothe erman, I. M. Pafford, H. A. Land, empty shotgun shells were found

governor with the request that it Game Enforcement E, R., Fontaine, N. A Nielson, A. Be Set Next WeekSixty near this spot. -
Ezelle A. W Law- elder brotherof
take effect February first. Governor W. Sias, J. W. Milton Norton, the

Sholtz had appointed Bryan Willis, ..- rence, Miss 'Meredith, Miss West, one of the victims, was shot and

auditor and Mrs. Owen, Mrs. Beardsley, W. W. wounded from ambush in a similar
West Palm Beach, as With the curtailment of two hundred rose bushes

had requested all assistant auditors the state game department, Gov- Liddell, A. P. Perry, M. E. Yena- will be planted next week in the rose manner on a prairie road four miles

to file their resignations to take effect ernor Sholtz has issued a request to wine and Roy Green, jr., garden of John K. Mowry, at Semi- west of Lakeport in March, 1930.

.. on that date. It is now expected sheriff's to aid in enforcemnt of the Those interested are requested to nole Farms. The varieties to be Norton's wounds were serious, but

. that the state auditing depart- game laws in their respective coun- get in touch with Mr Pafford or planted include: red radiants, Joina:: he managed to leap from the truck

, ment will begin a thorough check ties. Sheriff Delaney is in receipt of Mr. Hackett. Hills, Columbias, Luxumbergs, Dou- and take refuge in a patch of pal-

of the tax collector's books to de- the following communication recently ble white Killarneys, Briercliffs,* and mettos nearby. The palmettoes were
' fired, but he crawled to a safe location -
termine whether or not a shortage sent from the governor's office: Hollywoods.

exists. The Commissioners discuss- "In keeping with my campaign I Public Meeting Mr. Mowry, who started the cul- before the fire reached him

(Continued on page four) promises, and my policy to give the I tivation of roses on the Farm plota and made his way to a house'a few
that time, Nor-
people of Florida an economical ad- couple of years ago as a hobby, has miles distant.

ministration, it has been necessaryto Called at LaBell not only found much pleasure but ton identified; his assailant as Zeb

Locals Divide Twin reduce the number of game war- considerable profit from the three- Parker, of Arcadia, who owns 'extensive -
cattle interests in the, Lakeport
dens in the State. fourths acre tract he had planted.

Bill in Moore Haven "The enforcement of the game Representative R. Everette Bur- The plantings next week will be section. Parker was arrested but
alibi and the
and fish laws is just as much your chard has called 'a public meeting at on the same tract as his garden this established a perfect
to indict him. Nor-
other law on the statute goolrtcblt the LaBelle court house, Saturday, year. grand jury
The :Clewifeton( boys ran rough is small cattle-raiser, and the
duty as the enforcement of any Feb. 11, at 1 p.m, at which he says To make the location more attrac- ton a
shod the basket ball boys of victims were employed by him.
over other law on the statute books andI will be discussed the plausibility of tive, and at the same time to pro- three

Moore Haven on the Moore Haven shall expect you, as Sheriff of your placing Hendry county officers on tect the plants from winds, a rustic Mr. Goggins, finding the bodiesas

team, however, dropped a 26-8 game county, to enforce this law. a salary basis, instead of allowingthe fence will be constructed to a height he, was enroute from his homein
to the Moore Haven girls. The boys to visit his sister, Mrs. Oscar
"Furthermore, it will be your dutyto officers" to be compensated from of about 11 feet around the plot ol. Alva
i ended the game with, a 39-19 win. cooperate with the game commis- the fees of their offices alone. roses. The posts for the fence, will Langford; in Lakeport, reported the

The girls team has been disbanded sioner and his wardens in their workin The representative stated, while in be ,placed at 12 foot intervals, and gruesome discovery immediately anda
before ,the Christmas hol- corner's jury, hastily summoned,
just your county, in making arrests, Clewiston Wednesday, that he was between each of ,the posts some
and without practice a few the scene of the murder.
idays, securing evidence and so forth. of the opinion that considerable mon- type of flowering vine will be planted. inspected
of the local girls faced the Havenites Their ,report was that death came
"Your fullest cooperation is expected ey could be saved the county if the Adjacent to the rose garden
on their home court .. to the three men at the hands of
-' now more than ever berore. fee officers were placd on a fixed 'Mr. Mowry said he ,would build a
The Clewiston boys playing in the parties unknown. Since that time
Very truly yours salary. sales room, which will be constructed -
gan\'} were: William Hooks, Bob DAVE SHOLTZ, The meeting is open to the public entirely of logs to add to the (Continued on page four)

J Mitchell, Bobby Hare, Halson A- Governor." and a free discussion on this propo- attractiveness of the property.

'_ vant, Ed. Clark, Ed. Ward, and sal, as well as any proposed legis- Seminole Farms is already one of

The girls playing in the game y' lation will be welcomed at the meeting the show places in this vicinity. It State: Spent More

Merrell Lowe. Warm Air Blanket has been selected as the location for
were: Emma Bethea, Mae Lily Stone the annual barbecue and inter club Than Fund CollectedTallahassee

Jewel Lowe, Roberta, George, Lau-
Dispells Frost ThreatA meeting of the Clewiston Kiwanis
nita Roberts, Mildred Brantley, and March Seventh Set
club, of which Mr. Mowry now Fob. 10-During the

Catherine Wyandt. president. The huge lawn of this six months period from July 1st,

low blanket of warm air hung For Suicide SpecialistMarch property makes a beautiful background 1932, to December 31, '1.932, ,the

: License Tag Sales over"'the Everglades Thursday night, I for the rose garden. State of Florida spent $1,914,154,84more !)

and warded off the severe ,cold wea- than it received in revenues

Compare Favorably ther which had been predicted to Seventh of "The has been Suicide set Spec-for ; Schools Share according to a report by.State Treas-
z strike this section that night. Slight the production County W. V. Knott. Total revenues
rain fell in places, and the entire ialist," which is to be the first appearance for six months amountedto

=1 ;: Tallahassee, Feb. 10th-Revenue Glades was protected by the banket of the Community Play-The State Tax Distribution received$10,691,177.75, while total disbursements -

from the sale' of automobile, license of fog and warm air. I ers on the Clewiston stage. were $12,605,329.59.The .

; tags during the month of Januarythis Bean farmers, and those with peas I nams of those selected for the cast I General Revenue Fund from
fi not been announced, but it is Tallahassee, Feb. 10th County ,
fields about ready to harvest has
year amounted to $2,097,931.72which in thc( be- which* most of the salaries and cur-
the state
of are
of school systems
in charge
divided to their hopes fora indicated that
favorably with the were as of the State
mailed checks aggregating $1216,134.08 ,- rent ,operating
will have an ing
the ,
$2,408,468.15, collected during the frost. Those who felt certain making aid'in financing' government are paid, showed dis-
to make at an early to
their fields were protected from the announcement
corresponding month last year, ac- minimum eight months' term, according bursments of 644031.44 more
-' cording t oinformation obtained at predicted frost, were hopeful that date.Some state than its receipts. Total receipts to
went throughthe to W. S. Cawthon,
tJoffice of George H. Wilder, some of the vast acreage of com- 20 persons instruct- the fund during the'' last six monthsof
would be killed by the tryouts at the school building superintendent of public
:' acting state motor vehicle commis peting ,crops the year were $2,172,872.35
r: f': .. sioner. cold and they could profit by the Monday night. The cast will be ion.The while total disbursements were $2-
week and rehearsalswill money represents $1.101,948
de- positive: rise in commodity prices. announced next
-r .. Although the motor vehicle ,
from sale of 1933 automobile tags; -
immediately.Tallahassee .
, '; partment has 'transmitted to the Others, (however, whose plantingswere begin from the constitutionally Transfers from one fund to an:
"Zr. state treasurer only 1413821.78 of in "doubtful territory" took required'one mill tax levy; and other amounted to $987,598.33 dur-
M1", Feb. 10. Proclamation -
" ,. the January sales, it was stated that every possible precaution against be- from interest on invested ing that time. They Included $G33-
;-,., l;; 684009.94 is held back from the ing frosted out.Notwithstanding. designating Friday, February $3,84.85 878.26 transferred to the general
school fund.
.0,. :: I January report due to the changein all the discus- as Parent-Teacher Day in Flarida common county is to receive $3- revenue fund and $88,478.48 trans-

administration but should be sion, there was no. cold weather as has been issued by Governor pave Hendry from that ,fund.

credited to the January receipts. I had been predicted Sholtz, co-operating with the Florida -] 123.11 of this amount. Treasury balance on July 1, 1932

Part of this amount was received: branch, National Congress of "Ladies Hats one-third off" says I was1,045.69' but by the end of

during the first few days in February Fred Loudermilk has been made Parents and Teachers, in observanceof 'II Some of them look' like the year it had dropped to $2ISO,*
of sign.
anniversary I a
,1 : but sales were made in Jan- Lee county's official liquor tester. the thirty-sixth I they've slipped. further than that 803,85. ;
uary, Wilder's office reported Ho's milk teeter, also Founders Day "

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it duplicates the ads of course, butIt

The 1 canals or otherwise, could cause salt creates a more favorable impres-
Clewiston ews water to encroach upon any land. TOO LATE TO : BY' sion on the prospect. And the bird

Published every Friday In Clewiston, The Everglades National Park idea CLASSIFY .11 RUSSELL KAY that sold the ads and got the money
received everywhere with
Florida by the CLEWISTON NEWS has been \ made a clean get-away.
Inc the enthusiasm which it merits, andit

is hoped that the present sessionof "Ouch/'Mummic, I hurt my toe!"

Entered as second class matter. Congress will give it favorable This is the season that Florida is newspapers, the rates are too high. cried small Janey, who was playing !

action. Moore Haven Democrat. flooded with smart little boys and Of course the fellow might no- out in the garden. "j
February 1. 1927, at the Post Office
Act I girls who flit from town to town tice the ads and lay it aside care- "Which toe, dear?" I inquired, as "
at ClewlEton Florida, under the i
MixedA with bright ideas and snappy plans fully to read when he got home I examined her foot. .
of March 3, 1897.A .
for, the enterprising home-town mer- from the party, or he might tackit "My youngest-one," sobbed Janey. .,
candidate out soliciting votes chant whose hobby is trick advertising I
up in the bath room as a decorationor
newspaper devoted to the best rang a door bell and was greetedby )Kr.. .
which includes'everything from somethin' but the trouble is most i I i I "Pa, what's the difference between
Interests of Hendry County, Florida.Its ; the woman of the house. Intro- Jumbo Thermometers. wind-shield folks are terribly careless about I Ithrowin' a statesman and a politician?" 'faf\; .
leading newspaper. ducing himself, he inquired how '
stickers. other guys advertisements "A statesman, my son, wants f
many were in the family. "Five, Now you'd think In a town like whilea
in the waste basket. do something for his country,
Subscription rate: per year$2.00 responded the woman, "me and the do
Winter Haven with the guidance of wants his.country to
But wait, don't go yet; you ain'theard politician
Outside of State of Florida ....__$2.60 old man, the kid, the cow and the such chaps as Dad Lee, George Burr, nothin'. The cute little ads something for him."
do -
cat. "And you politically Jack Gurthrie and Russ Haas, that
rates furnished on asked. "Pretty on this cardboard shirt stuffer were
Advertising applicatloa. ? she was the business would know better
mixed the woman said. "I'ma men all printed in nice sticky black ink, A; very thin man met a very fat
badly than sit .in-: a game with one of these "From ;
republican, the old man is a dem- and it took plenty to cover some of one in the hotel corridor. 1
here today and gone tomorrow ad- the said the latter,
Clewiston News ocrat, the kid's wet, the cow is dry box-car letters. the looks of you,
Business office. vertising sharp-shooters, but no; a "
When Jack his clean have been a famine.
opens up "there might
Clewistcn, Florida. Editorial and and the cat is a populationist.- wize-guy breezed into that little vil- I
Clinton County (Maine) Democrat. : shirt, boy, I wish you could have "Yes," was the reply, "and from
Advertising same. and took lot
lage long ago a
seen the cock-eyed thing. It looked I the looks of you, you might have
home town for beautiful
of boys a
like a futurist painting of the Cen- caused it."

Telephone. 339 buggy ride. tury of Progress. It was an art action. .
uubap cbooI1Les5on Jack Guthrie of the ''Florida Orange
study in black and white that would. .
to the meaning of false
Festival came Tampa last weekto "What is
GAS TAX LEGISLATION: have taken the grand prize any-
have a couple of looks at the where in the world. doctrine?" the Sunday School teacher i

South Florida Fair and I happenedto But what a break for the advertisers asked of little Willie. ,
The 1933 session of the state leg- be waitin' in his hotel room whilehe "It's when the doctor gives the F'
they not only got their ads
islature will be called upon to revise was gettin' himself all shiekedup wrong medicine," replied Willie
on the cardboard, but they went be-
Jesus Teaching by.Para-
re-vamp, and re-hash, the gas Subject: to go to supper.Everything ., :
yond and
actually got 'em on
tax distribution law. That much went fine until he
bles.Golden Text "Herein is Father the prospect's shirt. Of course, they "I got a real kick out of kissing'Jane.
: my
seems assured from the talk going reached into his grip for a clean r
were in'reverse and a would last night. .
that bear much fruit guy
rounds and from all kinds of. glorified, ye ;
the shirt and selected what was sup- ?"
be disciples." John have to stand on his head to read "Any more than usual
in the so ye my be nice clean white "
neswpapers. to one
comment posed a
'em old caught me.
but don't think they didn't get "Yeah, the man .
Comptroller Lee has given more 15:18. from the laundry.It '. :
plenty attention.For i it
food for thought along this line Lesson Text: Mark"' 4:1-10, 13-20. was folded cute and pretty with ;!:.
Practical Truth: We should so' the next ten minutes I listened Banks must feel a good deal safer
with the announcement of the total one of these little card-boards in
hearts that they will be to the choicest assortment of 100 when "Tip" Mercer is safe in jail. ,
tax collected from this source dur- prepare our the middle to hold it in shape, but 'J
good soil for the gospel seed-the per cent unpure language it had An amusing instance is told of Mer-
ing 1932.The when he took the pins out and open-
., word of God. been my privilege to encounter inmany cer that. when he was released on .,
state! received a total of $14- ed it, Oh boy.
A 'is comparison. Jesus a day and if you think it was bond from the Lake Placid sentencehe .{
parable a
m\\ .
644447., as a seven cent tax on The little cardboard all clutteredup
complimentary to the laundry or the went to Marshal Bozeman, who
began his teaching sitting on
] the 209,106,393 gallons of gasoline with advertisements of Winter
the lake shore (Mt. 13:1), but took advertisers. you're crazy! disarmed him as he was leaving the
i sold in the state of Florida last Haven merchants who figured they
refuge in "a boat as a great crowd .Since then I've learned that they bank with the money, and demanded -
This was divided, according -
1 :year. money would out-smart their competitorsby
are puttin' two boards with the ads th return of his gun.ClermontPress.
bore down upon him. Jesus spokea &>
to the much mooted tax bill the prospect at a time
series of parables to the facing each other in every shirt; The story 'is quite true.
of 1931, as follows: 3 cents to the seven when his mind was in a receptive j
state road department 3. cents to crowd that stood on the sloping
; mood, tell him your story'while' he's I
the bond fund (apportioned beach facing him, on the shore of I 4 I
changing his shirt at five smackersper STATEMENT OP RECORDED CASH RECEIPTS AND 'CASH : t
1 cent according to area, 1 cent according the Sea of Galilee, where the scribes yelp. DISBURSEMENTS f

to population and 1 cenl and Pharises were not so much at '. !
Now I ask you, ain't that a bright '
according to the amount of roads home nor so ready to interrupt him. idea? Imagine anybody stoppin' to

constructed by the counties and later Moreover, at this point, when his read twenty black jumbled smeary For the period from October l.10.tl to December 31, 1932 t

taken 'over by the state) and 1 cent foes were pressing upon him sorely ads crowded on a cheap slab of CASH RECEIPTS: 1

to the state general fund. and planning to kill him, he changed cardboard, when he's still wipin' the Taxes _._.____.______________:..-____:._____- :-$10,706.48 .. 'j
Checking on Hendry county in to a great extent his mode of Money borrowed on' notes _______.____._____.__ 1,750.00 ... j
soap out of his eyes and is twenty Rentals-City Hall space _.__ _...___.__.__ 310.00.,
the distribution we find it received teachings, adopting the simple story minutes late for a dinner engage- Occupational Licenses .____.____________... 210.83 !
$56,447 from the tax allocation for our Lord did not interpret his j
gas to his but ment. And the poor dumb eggs To be accounted for __.____--:_______L_____ L$12,977.31 '. J
and the revenue paid into the fund openly audiences only; pri- -
that pay regular United States mon- ACCOUNTED FOR'AS FOLLOWS: :+
amounted to 41.558, being the vately to the Twelve:: (Mark 4:34). ey for that kind of space will standup I Cash\ ,Disbursement\ \ : ;.. .-. :i

tax on the 593,696 gallons sold in He calmly left his critics to put .___.____._ __ ,-.-.....' -- J
on their hind legs and 'tell you Cutting weeds and grass __..: ___ ..__$2.707.23 r. :
this comity fast upon them any interpretation they I Electric current and maintenance, street lights._.. 2400.48 : ..: ,1
year can't to advertise in the
.. they Maintenance, streets and bridges ____.___.. 1,881.49 ,
r- Collier county, a neighbor, and pleased. Payment of notes for money borrowed._$1,750.00 .
;' j one ofl the smallest counties in the The first of this long series of Interest on notes ____._..__._.___.___._. 20.41 1,770.41 :

: state, paid $49,564 into the fund parables is the one we study today, when affiction or presecution arisethfor Salary-'Watchman -__.______ 743.80 : ::;:", J
from the tax and received $110,989. called (from Matt. 13:1) the par- the word's sake, immediately: Salary-Clerk ______.....:__.:.._._ 425.00 .,'' \

Another adjoining county, Glades, able of the sower, though it is reallya they are offended. And these whichare Salary-Labor. Foreman _____ 260.00 1,428.80 .- J.'':\.4. ,V <' "

fared almost as well as Collier in the parable of four kinds of ground. sown among thorns; And the Disposal, Garbage _._____.._.___._.________ 725.29\ .!.5t"J.j
1 gasoline tax allocation. Glades sold As it was the first of the parablesand cares of this world, and the deceit- Rental, City Hall ___________.___.___ 700.00 ,; r
:Maintenance, parks and parkways _.____ 315.58 ,.
_ 360,086 gallons of gasoline, the tax as it perplexed his apostles, il fulness of riches and the lusts of Stationery and office supplies __.__.___.__._.__ 233.45 .
- which was explained more fully than mostof other things entering in choke the Gasoline and oil __.._______._._.______.__ 193.08 : '. -I
on was $25,206, and received Equipment repairs. _h___.____.____..______._.__ 174.92 :..' -
from the fund a total of $42,517. the other parables. word, and it becometh unfruitful. Equilllllcnt Purchased: ;....... .i

Just what is to be done to the "And he began again to teach by And these are they which are sown Mowing machine .___._...___.:..__.._.___..:::- 74.80 : "
the sea side and there was gathered such hear the Mowing machine ._--- _-----_.-.--.----- 17.25 ..,.-.. f
gasoline tax and distribution of rev- ; on good ground; as Electric. Fan _____.._._.____....___ 9.43 101.48 ..'':': ', ..,
enue still remains to be seen when. unto him a great multitude, so word, and 'receive it, and bring :'; '

that he entered into a ship, and satin forth fruit, thirty-fold some Telephone service --.-----.--._----...--.. ----- 68.80 ..' t
the 1933 legislature convenes. some Lights and water, City: Hall ____..________._.____.h__._ 57.00 <,>
the sea; and the whole multitudewas sixty, and some an hundred." Equipment 'Dental -.-..---_----- ...-- 46.00' j
by the sea on the land." A writer the truer name of Feed for mules h______.___:____.___.._._____._____ .39.13 ':
EVERGLADES NATIONAL PARK says Printing legal notices ___._....;.._____.___......____ 16.88 "
"And he taught them many thingsby this parable would be "The parableof l.xpense-preparation! of tax roll __'___ 4.40 .' i
parables, and said, Hearken; Be- the Soils." The emphasis is not Recording fees _____.____ 1.50OverpaymentInvoice
._.____.... :
of Clcwiston Co., Inc.
Referring to the report of Secre- hold, there went out a sower to upon the sower .nor the seed, but ------=: 12866.20

tary of the Interior Wilbur on the sow; and as he sowed, some fell by upon the kind of soils that receive BALANCE-On Deposit December 31, 1932 __.___.______.__$ 111.11 -1

proposed Everglades National Park, the wayside and the fowls of the the seed. Jesus bade them take heed The foregoing statement of Recorded Cash Receipts and Cash Disburse ,1 i

which would include most of the air came and devoured it up, and how they heard the word,-received ments of the CITY OF CLEWISTONCLEWISTON, FLORIDA, for the per- I
iod from October I, 1931, to the close of business December 31, 1932 has '
Everglades in the southern tip ,of some fell on stony ground, and immediately the sown seed. Do we prepare our been prepared by us from available records. Disbursements were foundto T

the peninsula, the Times-Union says it sprang up, because it minds-to receive God's word? be supported by cancelled bank checks, with the exception of checks '
outstanding at December 31, 1932, and invoices, payrolls and other data '.
"Declaring that it is 'unnecessary had no depth of earth; But when on lile. Approval of Disbursements is reflected in the Minutes of meetings .

for him to dwell upon 'the beautyof the sun was up, it was scorched; andit of the City Commission.

the mangrove forests, the unus- withered away. And some fell 4 (SEAL: ) Yours very truly '

ual opportunities for education and among thorns, and the thorns chok- ; January 27,1933 ERNST & ERNST. '

inspiration as well as recreation, the ed it, and it yielded no fruit. And YI'

marvelous bird flights, and so on, others fell on good ground, and s Results .I

Mr. Wilbur is only found worried brought forth some thirty, and -

........ regarding possible!' encroachment of some sixty, and. some an hundred." That Count! A 2w' & j jClewiston jt

salt waters to sections of the park, In a parable some object of nature t

if there are established cross canals or some happening of human Folks who read the Indepen- i i

carrying drainage from Lake Okee- life is placed beside moral or religious dent soon form the habit of

chobee. Probably since this possibility truth in such a way as to reading the Want Ads. Because -

which predicted bad results, explain and illustrate it. "As he they invariably find 1

has been mentioned there will be sowed," the sower would carry a some item, some bargain or Golf Collrse :

"'-.. care taken to avoid what could quantity of grain in a sack or bucket business opportunity or pre- I :

mean destruction of the prevailing and walk slowly and grasp hand- ferred service that fits in precisely !

conditions in the park area. Mr. fulls of the grain and cast it out in with one of their needs. !I Ir

<: Wilbur believes that lands' to the front of him, scattering the grain

north of the proposed park shouldbe with great evenness over the ground. Your Market PlaceThe j

kept in present condition to pro- The quotation from the lesson Ope.ll. 1

tect the park. This is somethingthat shows how the grain fell, and the Want Ad section of The : ;

will be. given attention, no nature of the four kinds of soil and Independent is St. Peters- .:': Iltothell : i

doubt." the way the grain grew and yielded burg's real market: place- '

We fail to see any connection be- on each kind of soil. where everyone gathers with Public : j

tween the establishment of cross Then Jesus said, "He that hath something to buy, sell or ex- ---. t

canals carrying drainage from Lake ears to hear, let him hear." It is change. That's why Indepen- ti
Okeechobee and the possible en- said, !'A teacher's chief work *Is to dent Want Ads are naturally 'i i

croachment of salt waters on part cause his pupils to think." This result getters.

of the proposed park. Possibly Sec truth applies to Sunday Schoolteachers Moderate Green Fees

retary'Wilbur is laboring under the and preachers, but they Minimum charge, five lines

impression that Lake Okeechobee Is should be careful what seed they (about 30 words) $1.05 for

I salt water, :since: for some purposesof sow and what they give their hear- 3 days and only $1.80 a week Exceptional FairwaysInteresting

legal classification it is listed as ers to think upon. (6 days) in two editions daily !

j such, but the lake water is fresh, "And when he was alone, they

i, .. being formed entirely from drainage asked of him the parable." The Greens !

of rivers and creeks and seepage "And he said unto them, Knowye

front rainfall in a large section. We not this parable? and how then. Evening Independent

questioned Fred Flanders, for many will ye know all parables? the sower i
I I years resident engineer o'f the Everglades soweth the word. And these by the "The Sunshine Newspaper" The Most Popular Recreation

Drainage District, who is pos- wayside, when they have heard, Sa- Center in Clewiston -

;. sibly as familiar with the lake and tan cometh immediately, and tak- : Independent Want Ads cover

the canal systems surrounding it as eth away the word that was sown I St. Petersburg and Pinellas A ,

i any one pcrsoncmfwypsphrdllumf\\ in their hearts. And these on stony county "Like the Sunshine." '

the opinion that no amount of drainage ground receive It with gladness; And :
t .
y.iI ..
from Lake Okeechobee, through endure but for a time: afterwa.rd'i e .I

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f ''Z;.'. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Theriot, Sr., you had an ear caught in a wringer. Official Rosier Duval-Ben Wand, Jacksonville.

of Houina, La., arrived in Clewiston Remember Grace-but don't let EscambIa-Joe Bell, Pensacola.

) .i.Personal Mention Tuesday for a short visit with their your wife know you remember her. Escainbia-Royal J. Untreiner, Pen

son, E. R. Theriot, Jr. 6. There's a rule in the Brown State SenatorsDISTRICT sacola.
Flagler.-F. L. Byrd, Bunnell.
family that whoever splashes least,
: : Mrs. F. ,R. Maxwell and daughter, drowns first., Franklin-S. E. Teague, Apalachlcola. -
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Downs spent '
' Bush and Glen Etherton were .
yesterday in Miami on business. Mary 7. Suit yourself. Borrowed suits :
1 visitors in Tampa Monday and Tues- are most often moth-eaten. 1-E. H. Lundy, Milton.* Gadsden-W. J. Boynton, Havana.
where. went to attend the Gadsden-F.,L. Herrin, Gretna.
. day they 2-Herbert P. Caro, Pensacola
Issac T. Cooke of Tampa, was hereon Hands are important. You should
South Florida Fair. Gilchrist-L. O. Crocker, Trenton.
3-D. Stuart Gillis, DcFunial:
business a few days this week.F. reach for the water, not punch at it. Springs. Glades-J. H. Peeples, Citrus Cen
Which ,explains why people who live
Mrs. Ida Sprecher of Hendersonville ter.
4.-H. H. Lewis, Mariaana:
K. Foster spent the week end
the best
in boarding houses make
at his home in Ft., Myers. N. C., who has been visitingher 5-W. P. Shelley, Telogia* Gulf-T. H. Stone, Port St. Joe.
r ',' nephew, C. L. Downs here, left swimmers. 6-S. W. Anderson, Greensboro Hamilton. B. Harrell, Jasper.

1' Misses Beatrice Kettl and Clara I Clewiston Sunday to return to her 9. Breathe, regularly, but not un- .7-S L. Holland, Baitow* Hardee-A. A. Price, Bowling Green
,home. der water. 'Hendry-R. Everette Burchard,
, Schiller were visitors in West Palm 8W. C. Hodges, Tallahassee .
;' Beach Saturday afternoon. 10. Keep your head, by avoiding ,9-Hugh Hale, Brooksrtlle* Denaud.
, Lloyd ,E. Spaflrow( left Monday shark Infested waters, ships propellers 10-G. Frank Andrews, Greenville Hernando-A. B. ;Endsley, Brooks-
". Dave G. Alston left Wednesday for Tampa, his former home. Mr. and mermaids. 11-James F. Sikes, St. Petersburg* ville.
to attend the Shrine ceremonials in Sparrow will enter the'St Petersburgopen I 11. Beginners should remember 12-F. P. Parker.Mayo Highlands: 'E. Sims, Lako. Pla

"' Tal and the Gasparilla open golf their directions. Especially the 13-John W. Watson,, Miami* cid.
pa.j' tournaments, and is expected to return way up. 14-B. H. English, Lake City** : Hillsborough-Henry N. Kilgore,
to Clewiston early next week. 12. Swallow often but not much. Plant City.HUlsborough.Harry.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Shaw, who are 15-Dr. J. M. Mann, Lake Butler
", now located in West Palm Beach' This prevents water logging and 16J. B. Stewart, Fernandina* N. Sandler,
were visitors here Tuesday night. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Jones, who sinking unfrequented spots in the 17-Clayton C. Bass, Live Oak Tampa. ,1
have been in Jacksonville for the ocean. 18-J.,Turner Butler, Jacksonville** Hillsborough-C. Edmund Worth,
4 -
Gratton Gorge and R. S. Falkinerleft past few months, were in Clewiston 13. Kick vigorously, the manage- Walter W. Rose, Orlando Tampa.
yesterday for a business trip to several days this week. Mr. Jones ment may refund your money. 20-W. T. Gary, Ocala** Y Holmes-M. M. Andrews, Bonifay.

Fellsmere.Dr. expects to enter business in Belle 14. Diving is different. Some 21-J. W. Turner, Cedar Key*'. Indian :River Alex MacWilliams,

Glade.within the next ten days. people go into dives naturally, Some 22-S. D. Clarke, Monticello\ ** Vero Beach.

W. J. to f Belle Glade -- have to be encouraged. 23-T. G. Futch, Leesburg* Jackson W. R. Dixon, Cottondale.Jackson .

", spent, Sunday afternoon golfing on BishopCreelDaniel 15. Posotnon is important. If you 24-Arthur Gomez, Key West** -J. C. Wynn, Marianna.
the Clewiston course. W. Bishop and Miss Eva have a good permannet, well paid 25-Olin G. Shivers, Chipley*" Jefferson-W. B.Bishop, Nash.

.--- Mae Crews, both Clewiston. were position, don't go into dives. 26-S. J. Hilburn, Palatka** Lafayette-D. C. Geiger, Mayo.

J. W. Barrett of Canal Point, was married in a quiet ceremony in La- 16. Avoid profanity. More swimmers 27-H. G. Murphy, Zolfo Springs Lake-I. N. Kennedy, Eustis.

among out of town visitors at the Belle Sunday. County Jude H. A. have drowned at the Hellespontthan 28-Dr. W. C. Chowning, New Lake-Geo. F. Westbrook, Clermont
Lee-William J. Wood Ft. ..I
} ers.
Rider the **
Clewiston Golf course Sunday. performed ceremony. have drowned at Catalina. Smyrna
Leon-Geo. I. Martin Tallahassee.
17. It's safer for a beginner to 29-J. Edwin Larson, Keystone ,

...'_ Miss Ulla Jacobsen spent Tuesday Mrs. Van Cothern and baby son stroke a back than to attempt a Heights Leon-C. L. Waller Willis, Tallahassee
evening in Moore Haven as guest of left this week for Lakeland, where back-stroke. 30-J. G .Black, Jasper*** I Levy.-John' R. .Bronson.
Misses Bertha and Anne Gram. they will visit Mr. Cothern's mother, 1. You shouldn't swim after eating 31-W. A. MacWilliams, St. Augustine -' Liberty-R. L. Hosford, Hosford.
Mrs. Cora Cothern for' two weeks. ,Madison-W. L. Gaston, Madison.
but you can eat_ after swimming, I
Miss Sue Maxwell and R. L. Co- Mrs. Cothern's parents, Mr. and Mrs.R. -and how. I 32-J. Maxey Dell, Gainesville* Madison-David Manatee-H. Lanier, Madison.

ker were visitors in West Palm Beach M. Hare, accompanied her to 19. If you must flirt, do so near 33-C., F. Raulerson, Fort Pierce L. Ezell, Bradenton.
4 ." Sunday. Lakeland, and then attended the the shore. You'll get into deep water 34-Pat Whitaker, Tampa* Manatee-W. W. Hubbell, Palmetto. t
South Florida Fair: at Tampa before quick enough, anyway. 35-John R. Beacham, West Palm 1\Iarion--1\I. F. Baskin, Dun ellon.
Marion-A. B. Folks, Ocala.
Miss. Eleanor Wintle spent the returning to, Clewiston. 20." Plunge in. Don't dilly-dally. Beach*
l\Iartin-A. O. Kanner, Stuart.
.. week end in Ft. Myers ,with her Dilly-dalliers suffer the most. 36-M. O. Harrison, Palmetto*
l\Ionroe-William V. Alburry, Key
parnts. ROSE GARDEXVILL 37-J. J. Parrish, Titusville*

.,;... FIND TEA VARIETIES 38-Samuel W. Getzen, Bushnell* West.
::.. Dr. D. C. McIntosh of West Palm *-Elected 1932. 'Nassau-R. H. Anderson, Callahan.
ADAPTED TO FLORIDA IJr"1J Okaloosa T. H. Crestview.
,. Beach spent Sunday here as guest of *t.Holdovers.Elected .
, Mrs. W. C. Hooker. .---- Okeechobee-Peter Tomasello, Jr.,
Mr. and '***- to fill unexpired term
N'f!, -_ Gainesville, Florida-Florida rose of John Bradshaw, resigned. Okeechobee.

;.w '<.: __ ------ ,_ ,Mrs. W. W..Hooks, Mrs. C. A. Parker growers will find varieties in the Orange-J. J. Dickinson, Orlando.
' I and William Hooks were visitorsin tea group peculiarily adapted and EVERGLADES THEATRE Orange-C. Fred Ward, Winter
Fort Myers Saturday. easily grown; Major W. L. Floyd,
; HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES Osceola-Lewis O'Bryan, Kissimmee.
of the College of Agriculture, said BELLE GLADE
- Mrs. Bill Blount and her young in a recent radio address. OF 1933. Palm Beach-Elvin A. Bass, Paho

: son arrived here last week from Punta Originating in southern China, the FRIDAY SATURDAY kee.
Gorda to make their home here. roses in this group are naturally Alachua-John A. Murphree, Gains- Palm Beach-R. K. Lewis, West

.- adapted to the Gulf Coast region. ville. Palm Beach.

S. ., Mr. and Mrs. R. C. ,Nowling spent The group furnishes a wide rangeof I Marian Marsh Alachua-Burton H. Rawle, High Pasco-Arthur L. Auvil, Dade City.
'- ( Sunday in Ft. Myers as guests of colors and continuous bloomingis Springs. Pinellas-Frank J. Booth, Clear-

. Mrs: Nowling's parents. checked only by the cold of December -! Reginald Dennis Baker-J. D. Dugger, Macclenny. water." .
and January. Six of Major Bay-J. M. Sapp, Panama City. Pinellas-C. I. Carey, St. Petersburg.

;, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Leiter and fam- Floyd's choice dozen varieties fall I IN Bradford-G. M. Inman, Starke. Pinellas-J. L. Kelly, Clearwater.
in this Duchess de Brevard-Noah H. Butt Cocoa. Polk-M. R. Driver, Auburndale.
ily and James Wyandt were attendingthe group. They are ,
show in Belle Glade Sunday.J Brabant, pale pink; Madam Lambarda Broward-Dwight L. Rogers, Fort Polk-J. A. Hancock, Ft. Meade.
I StrangeJustice Polk-E. M. Knight, Lakeland.
vigorous pink and darker on the Lauderdale.

: E. Beardsley and C. J. Lovvorn outer petals; Safrano, salmon colored Calhoun-Jno D. Trammell,,Blounts- (Continued on page 4)DON'T'

'*, were in Pahokee on business Mon buds and semi-double flowers; town.
day. Mamam Cochet, rosy pink or white; Charlotte-Thomas W. Butler, Pun-

1\IarieVan Houtte, light yellow edged ta Gorda.CitrusGeo.. : :'

Miss Beatrice Kettl, Mrs. Evelyn with rose; and Lady Hillingdon, saffron W. Scofield, Inverness.

Pace, Shirley Bowden, Victor and yellow. Clay-J. Slater Smith, Green Cove GET UP
Herbert Blate attended the theatrein The next varieties belon gto the Spiings.
Pahokee Sunday.Mrs. hybridtea group which has been From his home in New Collier-C. M. Collier, Everglades.
developed York to the Death House at ColumbIa-Norman P. Ives Lake
by breeding. They'are ,
W. C. Hooker and children I Antoine Rivoire, creamy white, delicately Sing Sing-and back.AddedComedy City. IAt NightIf

were among Clewiston residents at- tinted with pink; Radiance Short News Columbia-A. P. Rivers, Lake City. | :you are one of the million who g
e tending the theatre in Belle Glade pink or red; Etoile de France, velvety Dade-J. C. Brown, Miami I must get up several times a night BI
Sunday. crimson; Kaisern Auguste Vik- Dade: -Ernest P. Roberts, Home- I 1 your trouble is probably due to an
irritation of the bladder or eicesa ,
toria, snowy white with a tint of Sunday Monday Tuesday stead. acidity of the urine. Then just J ,try B

Mrs. E. L. Stewart, Mrs. J. A. Mc- lemon in the center; Frances Scott EflG HOLIDAY ATTRACTIONGet Dade-S. P. Robineau, Miami. GOLD MEDAL
Gehee and Miss Ollie Moorman were Key, large deep red; and Frau Karl DeSoto-C. A. Boyd Arcadia. HAARLEM OIL CAPSULES
Ready for a Big Laff-
visitors in West Palm Beach Sat Druschki, often called White Amer- Dixie-E. L. Dickey', Cross City. During 237 years this fine old pre> -
urday. ican Beauty. Another favorite is WITH Duval W. McL. Christie, Jackson- i ration has helped millions. Insist Bon
Gold Medal.35#.
I Louis Philippe, a, dark red, often_ JOE E. BROWNIN ville.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Butler and son called the Florida 'lose. Duval-M. M. Frost, Jacksonville.

and J. C. Barwick, were among those As the most desirable climbers,
from Clewiston in Belle Glade Sun- Major Floyd suggested Reine Marie

day afternoon. I Henriette, cherry-red; Reve d'Or, You SaidMouthful ;
I'llIlIlIlIill' }l.lt);ll"Ilmrr! ;il !IIIIIIII';;} IIIII!!' 1IIIIIIIillll! IIII'IJJII'III' I"IIIIlIliltIJ! mSI
,creamy yellow, Pauls Scarlet, vivid .
Mr.and Mrs. Fred Puryear left scarlet with crimson shade; Dr. Van

today for Sarasota where Mr. Pur- I Fleet, flesh pink deepening to rose A I
year has taken over the managementof in center. I CLEWISTON: DAIRY

the Bay Island Hotel. \ In making these selections, more

consideration was given to beauty in Be*the Forgetting Man-Dis-
John Thomas of Immokalee was the garden and in baskets and vases miss the Depression-Here's a I
among those out of town attending in the house than to long stems. New Deal in Comedy! People MILKDELIVERED

'" the Kiwanis dance here Tuesday Preference was given to the most Who Haven't Laughed Since :
night. I vigorous, disease resistant types. 1925 Are Going to Tear The I

Thirty-seven other varieties have Old Larynx in Tribute to JoeE. '
R. Everette Burchard of LaBelle, proven fairly; satisfactory in the, Col- Brown. TO YOUR DOOR DAILY
was in Clewiston Wednesday con- lege of Agriculture flower gardens FROM T. B. TESTED AND ACCREDITED COWS '
ferring with citizens in regard to here. Added:-Comedy, Short News I

legislative proposals. Major Floyd is co-author of "Rose cA Modern, Sanitary Steam Sterilized Plant !
r--- Growing" bulletin 59 of the Florida Wednesday 5 Thursday '. .
L. O. Holdsworth, is expected to Agricultural Extension Service, at 1

arrive ,in Clewiston from Philadel- Gainesville. Free copies are avail- Douglas Fairbanks Jr. -
phia Sunday to join his 'wife who able.A .
has been spending the winter here. IN Sweet Milk '- Chocolate Milk


Among, out of town' persons here HELPFUL SWIMMING HINTS parachuteJumper Butter Milk Pure Butter !
for the Kiwanis dance Tuesday night I

were Mr. and Mrs. Blitz Weggman, Coffee Cream-- CreamI
(By Joe E. Brown)
and Raymond Hendry of LaBelle,
and Luke Frazier of Canal Point. (Based altogether on his experiencein ..__ r-.
the picture "You ,Said A Mouthful I

c.-' Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Fontaine, Mrs. ," showing Sunday, Monday and

4.\ W C Prewitt, Troy Puryear, and F. Tuesday: at the Everglades Theatre, With We invite you to 'visit and inspect our plant
T '"" W. Folson, spent the week end in in Bell Glade. Leo Carlllo Frank McHugh .
} c Tampa attending the South Florida Bette Davis Claire Todd
Fair. 1. Don't go swimming.,
You'll Gasp and Wonder that Clewiston Dairy Co.
2. If you must swim, imitate the Don'tFor
Such Men Live-They -
Mrs. J. D. Snyder and Mrs. Harry poor fish. Be yourself in the water. I
| LongAddedCome3" I
Felz, of Chicago, left last Wednesdayfor 3. It is ,not so important that you Telephone 333
West Palm Beach, after having keep out of the water as it is to } Short News -
spent a pleasant visit in Clewiston keep the water out of (IYou.
4. Find The Matinee Sunday from 3 p. m. DRINK MILK FOR HEALTH
with Mrs. Felz' sister, Mrs. L. O. a nice pond. Pacific
Holdsworth. They will return herein Ocean is really bigger than anyone '
l: a few days 'before returning to except our very best swimmers need.
'.. I .Ui r IIIIIIIIIIII! ; 'i} m Ilj ililr.J'1 !llIIJ1lliIjJ {f.jII'llllllllfl! '!?\\IIII'III'IIIII' IJIJll.T .
i their Chicago home. 5. Don't kick your feet as though __

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j ,
) A Washington dispatch says the
Marion CommissionersOrder GALL SAYS ROADIS clerk's report of costs of the Houseof

a Representatives shows $19.80 for

Salary Slashes Y headache tablets furnished members.
VITALLY NEEDED. I What we'd like to know is if they

got the headachetrying to balancethe
{ Ocala, Feb. 7-After a rousing
budgetor did they get
session, at which some 250 to 300 night 'before?
r citizens from all sections of the
county appeared to demand action, : The road members probably
I new
R. Gall member of the
commissioners today "
Marion county .
wern't even surprised when delega-
( 1 state road department, will urge
resolutions asking all coun-
adopted large counties,
I tions from the two
ty officers to take voluntary salary _____ f early construction of the road from whose papers have shouted loud and
reductions.In v Mains corner through Moore Haven
for "road holiday" appeared
which has been Included in the department's long a
response to the demand, expressed department shouting long ,
tentative budget for 1933 ..
in no uncertain terms by and loud for some' new roads in ","
The following is a letter from Mr.
speakers, by rebel yells and stand- their counties.A .
Gall in reference to the road:
ing votes which were virtually un- }

animous, the board adopted resolu- Zephyrhills, Florida
tions, offered by C. C .Jamleson, of c o February 4, 1933.I ; very thin man met a very fat

the Ocala district, calling .for vol- regret that. the time alloted me one in the hotel corridor. From

untary reductions In the salaries of : : : on my initial trip through that section the looks of-you," said the latter,
county officers to not exceeding $3- == == would not permit my going "there might have been a famine."

600, with compensation of, assistant on. through your city, but I advised "Yes," was the reply, "and from

clerks and deputies to be not greater A $1 Dinner for 4 Mr. J. H. Peeples that I would the looks of you, you might have

than that for corresponding posi- make every effort possible to obtain caused it."

tions in the commercial field in the Almighty Dollar will buy of a package of macaroni and early completion of the road from

county. THE I of mighty good food pour into a baking' dish. Pour Mains Corner through Moore Haven ._ .
After adoption of the resolutions these days, with prices lower over it the contents of" a can of which Is so vitally needed. "' -: : ---_ --. "- -"'-,,
Tax Collector L. Bracken addressed than they have been for many tomato soup, and lay asparagus I think the members of the road "
don't wait too longto tips from a 10%-ouI ce can on top.
a letter to the board saying he years. But board are agreed as to the necessity -
buy. Stock up with some of Now sprinkle with one-half cup of the above
would "consider the resolution retroactive mentioned project.
the canned foods that you like grated cheese, and cover with two Sea Food Market
for the month of Januaryat regards, I am,
best, and then plan some menus slices of bacon cut in halves.
which time my term of office which will 'serve four persons for Bake in a hot oven until brown Very sincerely yours,

began." one dollar. There are endless and until the bacon is crisp. WALTER R. GALL. OF LA BELLE

possIbIlities, and here's one which Frozen Chocolate Pudding: Stir
Accompanied by Mr. B. K. Van Located at The B. & M. Grocery. :
you will like: together the contents of one pack-
Thousand the Camp, division engineer, Mr. Gall Will Appreciate Your Trade
Eighteen age of chocolate pudding, con-
Vienna Sausages 20# tents of one 6-ounce can of evap- made a trip through the first dIstrict -

Ask Sholtz For Job Macaroni and Asparagus au -Gratin orated milk, one and one-third last.wee. J. G. MARTIN .
361 cups water, one-half cup sugar, ./ The public hearing and adoptionof ProprietorDayDtoDayness '<'k:
.-- Alligator Pear and Cucumber Salad and bring to'boiling for one mIn- the budget will come before the

Tallahassee, Feb. 7J. P. Newall 14# ute. Cool, add one teaspoon board at its meeting in Daytona .. ,
Rolls and Butter 8 -
# "
secretary to Governor' Dave Sholtz, Chocolate Pudding 19 vanilla and one and one-half cups Beach, March 7th, 1933. -,.. -.. -", -.." ,:.-' ",,- -'
Frozen # whipped cream. Pour into refrIg-
said Tuebdathat; the 'governor's of-
i; Demi-tasse 3# erator trays and freeze, stirring
fice has received 18,000 applicationsfor
several times. One-half of this
jobs since January 3, when the r Macaroni and Asparagus au recipe serves four persons .and

new governor was inaugurated.The Gratin: Boil and drain one-third costs nineteen cents.*
rush of applicants has not

abated, Newell said, despite repeated
statements from the governors office from the publicity fund to the bodies of Norton and Morrow were

that it is impossible to meet all re- Chamber of Commerce. taken to Sebring. Morrow's brother -

quests. The governor has compara- Charles F., Werner, secretary of arrived with an ambulance and

tively fe'Y. positions to fill, Newell the South Florida Conservancy district -: took the body to 'Elba, Alabama for I

added. appeared before the board to. burial. Norton was buried in, Bar-
I It
state that a shortage apparently ex- tow.

BOARD RECINDS ACTION isted' in the books of former tax collector -

count. He was told that .an audit SENATORS
-"' We lose rerspective because of complete absorptionin
(Continued from page one) would be made as soon as pos- Continued from three ;
ed the advisability of making a sec- sible. page events of the moment. We look and think .in term"sof

ond request for the audit, but after The county road fund was reapportioned Putnam-:R. C. Middleton, Crescent,', today, letting tomorrow' take care of itself. Mostof

the. reading of the letter from the to provide for necessary City. us did not know or could not tell when prices were
Putnam-B. C. Pearce, East Pal-
governor's 'secretary, the matter was work in each of the five commis- too high, and we are equally ,reluctant to speak out
dopped. sioner's districts. After announce- forcefully now when prices are much too low. .,
Santa Rosa W. A. Bonifay Milton.. ,
Refuse Bbnd OfferJ. ment by: W. T. Hull, clerk, that, approximately -
Santa Rosa-B. L. Simmons, Milton.
F. Johnson before the $2,000 was in the fund
Sarasota-John L. Early Sarasota. The real lesson to be learned is that in times like
boad to effect a trade of Hen- and a request by commissioner B.
Seminole-R.: J. 'Holly, Sanford. these prices are no criterion values. The stock mar-
dry county bonds (countywide) for F. Magill, of district 2, for funds
Seminole-M. S. White, Sanford.St. I I ket is'an auction block upon which every listed stock
an equal amount of Lee county with which to carry on work on a
district 2 bonds. The propositionwas few of the "back-roads" in his dis- Johns-Louis Victor, St. Augus- is being offered every minute of the business day for
to make the trade, par for par, trict, it was agreed to allow dis-: tine. whatever it may bring. Owners of 'stocks and bonds :J/\
St. Johns-L. M, Zim, St. Augustine.St should remember that a daily, forced auction sale 'of "
which Mr. Johnson said would be a trict number two $500, and pay
Lucie-Ed Denison Ft. Pierce.
benefit to both Collier county who $100 toward past bridge building in a depression-mad world dumping its holdings on the

.** are in "the market for the Lee coun- district one, and that the balancebe Sumter-R. Strickland, Webster. market does not reflect the actual value of the securities -
Suwannee-A. Goff Live Oak.
ty district bonds, and Hndry county. apportioned equally between districts P. ,. Nothing brings what it should bring at auction
Suwannee-Dr. J. L.
The Commissioners decided to defer 1, 3, 4 and 5. The Commis- Oak. Payne, Live and the "day-to-dayness" attitude, of the investing pub-
action on the proposal until the sioners agreed that any district
Taylor-Lyman Hendry, Perry. lic will never restore secuities to their proper value.
next meeting. whose accounts should exceed the i
When Is Tax Paid? amount set aside from that district :Union-Chas. M. Register, Lake
Butler. Real estate owners always
,The .techinal point of "When is should go un-paid. Heretofore there resent any one quoting
tax Volusia.-John S. Byington, Daytona auction prices on real :estate as a criterion of value,
a actually paid" arose when has been a transfer from one dis- .
Frank A. Dougherty, present tax collector trict to another. Beach yet many people are taking force sale prices as a basis

presented a bill for some two I Volusia-Tom 'B. Stewart, DeLand. for values. Real estate has been hit with this hysteriaof

hundred odd dollars as commissionon XO ARRESTS MADE' IX TRIPLE Wakulla-H. C. Rehwinkle, Wakulla the American people but a saner public will restore

a payment of the Collier inter- :MURDER NEAR LAKEPORT Walton-L.. M. Brannon, DeFuniak real estate and restore it rapidly. Your real estate is

Springs. always worth proportionately to the community whichit
ests.In the payment of the Collier (Continued from page one) 'Vashington-'V. T. Laney, Chipley.A is located and a good city will always maintain a high

taxes a settlement was agreed upon Sheriff J. J. Wiggins has been work-
real estate level.
by the board, providing the approval ing on the case but no arrests have wandering band of gypsies last

of tbe comptroller was obtained, been made. The approximately 20 Saturday morning entered the Cler-
mont Hardware & Supply Co., pur- The security behind every dollar invested in Building -
and made in
a check was paymentof hours which elapsed after the mur-
the taxes. The question arisesas der before the bodies were found, chased a.dish pan for 50c, and when and Loan stock is real estate first mortgages on improved -
tq when the taxes were paid to made the case more difficult of so- Edwin Butt was making change, insisted city property

decide whether the commission is lution. upon "blessing" the cash reg- '

to ybe' paid to J. L. Taylor, former An interesting fact in the occur- ister. Despite his vigilance, he was

collector, or Frank Dougherty whose rence was brought to light by Franklin nuable to prevent them from mak-

term of office began January third. at whose home the three had ing the "blessing" cost the store be-
tween $9 and $10, which they removed Clewiston Home
In a telephone conversation a rep- visited. Mr. Franklin told of two
representative of Collier property ob- dogs accompanying the men on the I in their mystic process.-Ex-

tained the oral approval of the for- truck when they left on their ill- I change., That's a blessing that

mer comptroller, Ernest Amos. This fated trip. Abort three hours later proved a curse.A .

was done just prior to the expiration one of the dogs come back' to the Building Association

of Mr. Amos' term. Doughtery home and whined and in typical dog march composed by a businessman

t 7 contends that the tax was not paid fashion ,tried to induce Franklin and will be the official band music

until the check could clear through others to follow him along the roadon for the inaugural parade at the request -

the banks and therefore was not which the men had left. ,Little of the!" president-elect. May it

done until after he had assumed of- significance was attached to the prove an auspicious omen! --
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fice. The matter of payment of dog's actions at the time, Franklinsaid.

the commission, by the circuit court The other dog is as yet unaccounted -

clerk, is awaiting an opinion of the for.

attorney general as to when theta The horrible tradgedy shocked the

was actually paid. entire county more profoundly than YOUNG

Donates to Chamber of Commerce any deed which has been known in ,

Gordon A. Perry, cashier of the history. Both the Norton and Whid- FARM LANDS

Bank of LaBelle, 'appeared before den families are well-known in the at .
the board asking a payment of an county and have wide connections

un-specified amount into the Hen- throughout the state. Morrow resided -,
'dry county "Chamber. of Commerce.Mr. at Venus with his family but A man is as old as his organs; most Folt

Perry oxplaine'd that the Bank left there several years ago to live men can be vigorous and healthy at

was holding approximately $6,000in in Alabama. He had but recently 60 as well as at 35, if they will but

notes signed by various citizensin returned to this section. Whiddenhad take care of themselves properly. In-
the county, which he explained, been married about a month
had been used to borrow funds to ago. He is survivied by his parents, vigorate your vital organs with Gold SPRING CROPS

purchase right of way for the Seaboard Mr. and Mrs. ,Willoughby 'Whidden, Medal Haarlem Oil Capsules. It is

railway through LaBelle to of Palmdale, five brothers, Bethel, one of the,most reliable preparationsknown

Everglades. The Chamber of Com- Marvin, and Ray, all of Palmdale, to medicine. It has been widely -

merce sought signatures on the and Archie, of Lakeport, and Julianof
prescribed for 237 years, the best .
j. notes after explaining that the sign- Moore Haven; and three sisters,
?- ers would not be called upon to Mrs. W. E. Yoeman and Miss Grace proof that it works.

. pay the notes. Heretofore the Cityof Whidden of Ft. Myers, and Mrs.: L Insist on' GOLD MEDAL. 35c & 75c. The Clewiston C

LaBelle' has paid into the Cham- L. Thompson, of Arcadia. ... .
ber' of Commerce to the holders of Whidden's body was taken to Ar- GOLD MEDAL

the notes.: The commissioners, after cadia and funeral services were

), much discussion, voted to pay $500 held there for him Sundays The HAARLEM OIL CAPSULES



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