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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 17, 1933
Publication Date: 1928-
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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:. VOLUME 7. NUMBER 9. .... CLEWISTON FLORIDA FRIDAY FEBRUARY
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'I The Development By
KIWANIS Lloyd Sparrow, local golf' pro., returned
CLUB SCALE
SET UP BYBURCIIARD'S
from St. Petersburg, Tampa of J. McGehee
- l and Lakeland Wednesday with a new

;w IS GALA OCASSIONNINETY realization that it takes putting to For LEAD

win a golf tournament. He enteredin I Clewiston
Clewiston Kiwanis ClubA
tournaments at each 'of the cities,

PERSONS JOIN IN FETE but due to poor putting, did not land ".,.. ESTIMATED SAYING OF 85,000

in any of the money places. His long
t. AT OF FIRST SERVICE ANNIVERSARY CLUB game and his approachs were as paper prepared for ""Clewiston. On September 5, 1921, the :Moore ANNUALLY IF FIGURES ARE

perfect as could be desired but he Week" of the Kiwanis Clubs by Ki- Haven & Clewiston R. R. was 'completed MADE LAWA

f t says that time and again he missed wanian J. A. McGehee, of the Clew- connecting Clewiston with
Ninety persons, 36 of whom were one-foot 'and iston Kiwanis Club. the markets via the terminus' pointof

from out of town, attended the first sink a putts four,inch putt.once even failedto The City of Clewiston located in the Atlanitc Coast Line at Moore tentative set-up for salaries of

: anniversary party of the Clewiston I Hendry county officers was made
He returned to his the north east corner of Hendry Haven. Later the Atlantic Coast
hereabout
s' Kiwanis Club here Wednesday night, 4:30 and at five course o'clock he county, on the southern) shore of Line acquired the M. H. & C. R. R. Saturday; afternoon at a mass meet-
f and were inspired, carried away, I ing called by R. Everette Burchard
was on the practise green of the lake Okeechobee, is the center of The opening of the railroiad wasa

r' r. and entertained by Roe Fulkerson, Clewiston Florida's sugar industry; the head- boon to the farmers, for; heretofore county representative.
"doing
course
I some putt-
editorial writer of the Kiwanis I Tax Collector
magazine net $1825, expense
ing." quarters of the'ederal government's produce had to be shipped by' boat

I' Leroy Diggans, district Lieu- $9,000,000 lake navigation and flood down the Caloosahatchee liver to $637.50, gross 246250.

tenant Governor of Florida Kiwanis, 12500 coutrol project for lake Okeechobeeand Fort Myers or through a canal to Ft. Tax Assessor*, net $1825, expense .
F. Deane Duff W. C. Owen $637.50 .
Mayor gross $2462.50.
the lake
Visitors is surrounded by thousands of Lauderdale, or across to
John K. Mowry, president of the Clerk of Court, net $1925, expense
acres of the fertile muck soil of the Okeechobee City. Prior to the com-
Clewiston Club, C. P. Hamrtferstein, $837.50, gross $2762.50.
Everglades.Any ing of the railroad the average size
; of the Hollywood Club, and Mrs. E. See MillMore Sheriff, net $2313. expense $!,-
Sugar paper dealing with the growth of the farms was three acrs, but after -
R. Fontaine, as the program in commemoration 512.50, gross $3825.50.
;.
and development of this section must the advent of the railroad farm-

of one. year of serviceof necessarily deal with these three fac- ing began on a much larger scale, County Judge, net $1196, expense

the local club was presented. than 2500 have visit- tors since they have been the great- so that shortly thereafter the ave- $119.00, gross, $1315.00.Superintendent .
. The dining of the persons II
spacious of Public
room Instruc-
est of the size farm had increased to 80
" : ed Clewiston to see the manufac- sources impetus in Clewistou's rage
: Clewiston Inn was converted intoa tion, net $1425, expense $44.35,
growth and dxelopment.As acres.'
ture of sugar since the mill startedits
hall with cut flowers and
banquet $1469.35.
grinding operation late in De- we think of the growth of The real foundation of Clewistou] gross

[ greenery predominating in the I II decorations cember, a check of the passed issuedat Clewiston, our minds 'run back to a had been laid. With the world out Supervisor of Registration, net
,
: the visitors entrance of the mill period about 20 years ago, when a searching for some new type of $229, expense none, gross $229.

I As the enjoyable affair was started showed Wednesday afternoon. small colony of Japenese farmers set- building material, Mr. Bror G. Dahl- Five Commissioners, net $2550,

John K. Mowry president of the expense none, gross $2550.
i Visiting hours have been set at tled on a point of the ridge sur- berg and a group of associates con- "
p local club read communication School Board three
a ( ) net $363,
rounding the lake which then ceived the idea of transforming the
10 to 12 and 1 to 5 daily except was
from Governor David Sholtz, who expense none, gross $363.
F Sunday. The mill being closed on called "Sand Point." Sand Point at Everglades into a sugar cane section
[ expressed his regrets in not being Yearly total net '
$13,651.00
expense -
that time that would large quantitiesof
Sundays. The U. S. Sugar corpora- was nothing more than ; supply
able to be in the state at the time $3,788.35, gross $17,439.35.The .
tion provides a guide whose duty it a small ,dry spot used, by the fisher- "bagasse" ,or cane pulp for their
of the meeting but the above show
gave assurance figures the result
t.
L is to take the visitors through the men as a land camp. The Japanese Celotex mills in Louisiana, whose
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, that he would bend, every effort to of figures compiled and aver
mill and point out the various farmers started farming on land product was then becoming a popu-
' r: attend the second anniversary party op- aged by eight selected by Mr.
.' persons
lar of board. With
' erations necessary to convert the owned by the State. The land be- type building
of the Clewiston club/ District Gov- Burchard to plan out some tentative
cane into raw came the property of the State of this idea in mind the Southern Sugar -
Ernest Miaam of Florida Ki- sugar. The
ernor figures. figures show a net
The passes on file at the mill show Florida by the Swamp and OverflowAct Company was founded; 90,000
?, wanis, also sent his sincere regrets saving of $5,702.66 over the aver
that each of the 48 states of the national government and acres of muck land were acquiredand
':. at not being able to attend the func- practically age cost during the past four :years.
deeded after the wild tract planted and two small mills
i has been,represented this season, anda was was
: 'f'/ tion. Regrets were also received At the mass meeting the repre-
erected. The mill at
few from countries. surveyed. were sugar
.;,-, > from the Pahokee Rotary Club. foreign sentative called on the various coun-
Shortly after the advent of the Clewiston was first designed for a
: Just at the beginning of the meet- ty officials to give a brief outlineof
Japanese colony, a land company, capacity of 1500 tons of cane per
ing the club opened by the customary their duties, the time, and requirement
Local Team headed by A. C.'Clewis, now a Tam- day, but since then has been enlarged -
singing of "America" during necessary, as well as to
pa, banker, was formed, for the pur- so that it is at present handling
which the American flag disc the responsibility of their several
: was .
pose of dealing in Everglades land.It about 4,000 tons daily. During the
played by one Life Scout, Richard !offices.
; Beats PahokeeThe was for Mr. Clewis that the town- grinding season, which lasts from
:- Bestor, and two Eagle Scouts, Bob Senator Arthur Gomez, of Key
". site was named. After the land about December to May, this mill
Mitchell and George Bestor, of the I West state senator from this district -
at full capacity. In the
company was formed, a concerted effort operates
Clewiston Boy Scout Troup. present and stated that ho
k-\. was
: of 1930 the Southern SugarCompany
. \ It- Clewiston ,High School bas- was being made to include oth- summer
; Mayor F. Deane Duff, in behalfof would work for any local bill that
ket ball team were given another injection ers to join the developers and aid went into receivership but
the City of Clewiston welcomed the people of this county -requestf'd.. ___
of confidence Tuesday when them to turn this section into a was subsequently reorganized and '
. the the said that it his to- -
' guests to city, complimented He was practice --
? they ran rampant over the players of truck, farming region. Two build- refinanced under the name of the
the Kiwanis Club on its achieve- get the opinion of his constituents
Pahokee High on the Pahokee court. ings were then erected; one the ho- United States Sugar Corporation and I
: ments during the first year here on all local bills, adding that he did
': The Clewiston team won by a score tel' of J. J. O'Brien, then resident this company is now in a. very heal-
,t and expressed his wishes for con- not necessarily mean that he would
of 2812. manager of the company, and the thy state, furnishing employment to
tinued progress of the club. take the expression of only those
r With Pahokee safely behind them other building combining the hotel, thousands of people both in the
"Clewiston Our the present before deciding to sponsor
City, was
the members of the team are looking bank, general store and post office. fields, the mill and auxiliary shops.
title of a short address made by W. a bill through the senate.A .
forward to the South Florida tour Drainage operations began at once They are cultivating in the neIghbor-
.. C. Owen, assistant manager of the : chart showing the cost of gov-
nament which will be held in Miami and much of the sloppy land of the hood of 15,000 acres of cane. The
Clewistdn for the four
Company and chairmanof ernment past yearsas
March 3 and 5. The tournament is back country was made tillable open- types of cane planted are being con-
Burchard who stated
the Underprivileged child committee displayed by Mr. -
ing new territory for farming. ] (Continued on pag 4)
of the Clewiston Club. In his to be held at the Miami Edison high I up that the figures had been taken

_. talk Mr. Owen flashed ,the highlightsof school gymnasium. from the official records on file in
Pahokee, too, will be entered in
Clewiston's beginning the clerk's office.
progress HISTORiq PICTURE AT BELLE
with the Miami tournament, and it is The chart showed the cost of
the first drainage developmenthere RED CROSS CHAPTER GLADE THEATRE SUNDAYA
in 1925. "On Columbus Day shown on the tournament schedule government for the years as follows:

(Oct. 12) 1925, we paid appropriate that the local boys will meet Paho- motion picture of exceptional 1929, $23,832.96; 1930, 21193.

tribute to Columbus in Clewiston by kee for their first opponent in Miami. GETS ORGANIZATION interest and importance because its 30; 1931, $25,457.86; 1932, $22-

discovering land," he said. Early In The Pahokee-Clewiston tournamentgame spectacular features are based on 28447.

1926 the first sugar cane was planted is scheduled for 1 p.m. March historical events of the early Westin I At the meeting of the eight per-

which gave the most impetus to 3rd. Should the Clewiston boys be I the making, comes to the Everglades sons selected by Mr. Burchard he

4' Clewiston's growth. Then in Sep- able to repeat Tuesday night's performance Organization of the Clewiston Theatre next Sunday, under I said he was preparing to draft a

tember 1926, the Everglades experi- the team will be pitted Chapter of the American Red Cross the title of "Silver Dollar," a First local bill to place the officials on

enced a "blow"; December 1927 against Dania, who draws a bye for was perfected at a meeting' of those National Picture, with Edward G. a salary basis, the fees collected be-

saw th construction begin on the sugar the first round. signing the application to the national Robinson in the stellar role. ing turned into 'thq fund from which ,

mill here; November 1928, an- Prof. M. G. Langford, expressed a chapter Tuesday night. Hearing The screen play, taken from the the salaries are to be paid. By this

other "blow"; January 1929, the belief that his team should have no reports, election of officers and the book by David Karsner, deals with system, he said, there will be a

'A date for the first operation of the trouble for the first few games of adoption of by-laws for the local one of the mos colorful periods in more equal distribution of pay, and

sugar mill. These dates were pointed the tournament. chapter was the most important bus- American history; the discovery of some of the .officers which he said:

out as the various stages of development iness transacted.Mrs. the richest silver veins' the world are underpaid would be raised to a

R. Y. Patterson, who had stampede -- "-1... _______
of Celwiston. Mr. Owen has ever known, with, the fitting standard. ____
told that "Clewiston was' not an Mami to Celebrate charge of conducting the member- of hordes of adventurers to the The eight persons selected: W. C.

outgrowth of the boom, but was ship drive here, gave a report of the Colorido hills seeking the gold dust Richards, ex-county judge; R. F.

built with an industry as a back- Doherty Day SoonMIAMI activity of the drive. She reportedthat and silver ore they had heard were Haskew: school teacher; Tony May,

ground, to give stability to the city. the Clewiston chapter has an as plentiful as the sands of the sea. grove owner; Marvin Taylor, farmer; -

He pointed out that Clewiston is Feb. 17-Florida's appre-. enrollment of 132 members. She Mrs. G. R. Hatch, postmistress; A.

the only town on the lake having ciation of Colonel Henry L. Doherty, further reported that the national O. Ward, assistant manager commissary '-

c' ri( straight shore line, the other cities millionaire scientist, engineer and organization had been paid its partof PLANS FOR FLOWER department of the U. S. Snar

are located ron bays or "corners" of inventor, who is leading the state's the membership fees. Corp., C. J. Lovvorn, newspaperman

the lake. The advantage of Clewiston's business comeback, will be voiced in The officers of the Clewiston chap- SHOW ARE DEVELOPINGPlans and Everette Burchard, representative -

location was distinctly shown Miami early in March when HenryL. ter, as elected at Tuesday's meetingare were asked to prepare a s. liedul -

., fluring the storms of 1926 and 1928, Doherty Day will be celebrated.The : Chairman, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson I -- of "fair salaries and expensesallowances"

when the tendency of the water was event, sponsored by the Miami ; vice-chairman Elbert L. Stewart for the Everglades Flower I to > be used as a basis
Arthur W. Lawrence and show, which will be held in Belle listed
at'the Secretary, bill. Each
to 'pile up sharp curves around Daily News, is state-wide in its for the proposed
Treasurer, Mrs. J. A. McGehee.A Glade early'next month, are pro- then -
the lake's shore. He also called attention scope and will bring to Miami busi- his figures, which were averaged
.S board of directors consistingof gressing nicely, members of the local The result -
:: to the absence of "hodge- ness, political and civic leaders from for the tentative salary.

podge" houses cheap and unattractive over Florida. The date will be announced five members was provided with garden club say. of these tabulations are given

homes which generally "clutter shortly.Plans the following parsons named as One of the exhibits to be made by above.

': up the landscape of other cities." call for a gala day of free members: Mrs. F. Deanne Duff, Mrs. the Clewiston unit will be a groupof

Norman A. Nielsen, W. C. Owen, J. flowers grown by children in the
LeRoy Diggans, who came from entertainment, including an aerial
Delray Beach to be present at the parade and :salute: to Colonel Doherty E. Beardsley and Charles J. .Lovvorn. second grade, of the Clewiston high Audiences are Small
school. Jftrs. W. C. Prewitt, their
The regular meeting date for the
anniversary party, was called upon a program in Miami's Bayfront Playing excellently but to two
for chapter was set as the last Mondayin teacher, has given the tots a practical -
an inspirational address. In his of high
amphi-theatre street carnival
a :mall: audiences, a group
December, of each other series of elementary lessons in
own inimitable style the lieutenant year;
special events at Hialeah race track] players: put on their performance entitled -
meetings will be at the call of the flower growing. In-one of the parks
of Florida "
governor Kiwanis injected
hero
water sports and climaxing with a I "The Man in the Moon,
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the kiddies
chairman board of directors. near the school building
or
a new zeal into the Kiwanians testimonial dinner. and Monday nights. The
Thursday
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,. and guests present, complimented Greater Miami merchants will par- There were 15 members presentat have planted a number varieties i gain which sprang u plate Thursday
: of and shrubs. From this
the organization flowers
the Clewiston club on its activity ticipate by providing of meeting. and the accompanyingcool
a day great flowers for afternoon,
plot will be taken the
w and gave the called-for inspiration savings to shoppers? turning back a weather was credited with the
CL-LEGKS FEEL ECONOMY AXE their part of the Everglades Flower
to the local club
to carry on. percentage of all sales on Doherty small audience at the first perfor-

Mrs. E. R. Fontaine delighted the Day to initiate fund to show.
a survey Tallahassee, Feb. 16Continuingits
exhibits
details of the
gathering with two vocal solos, launch Colonel Doherty's dream of a work with the pruning shears in Complete In the mance.Those taking part in the play
and the entries will be listed
"Pale"Moon and "Mighty Like a state-wide advertising and publicity; trimming budget recommendationsto News next week.HUNTIKG were: Edward Ward, Bobby Hare,

Rose. program for Florida.It meet conditions of the times, the Merrell Lowe, Bob Mitchell, Richard

C. P. Hammerstein of Hollywood is expected transportation com- State Budget Commission, presidedover IS ALL OVER Bestor, William Hooke, Mary Louise E

.r acted as toastmaster. panies will offer excursion rates by the governor, lopped off Th i hunting season in this county Oglesby, Roberta George, Evelyn

Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. from all points in Florida to Miamion $700,000 from the two state institu- officially closed at sunset Wednesdayto Hare, Betty Spicer Jewel Lowe

,l (Continued on page 4) this occasion. tions of higher learning remain closed until November 20. Vesta, Allen, and Louise Waldron,







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PAGE TWO THE CLEWISTOX-NEWS :.

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The Clewiston GJ\&ws << BAGASSE I To Make Good Pies MADMAN ATTEMPTS s


Published every Friday In Clewiston U VERY LIGHT READING I SHOOT ROOSEVELT

Florida by the CLEWISTON NEWS,

Inc., ooooOOOOoooo
Judging form one press story, it .
SIX SHOTS FIRED IN CROWED
Entered as second class matter. looks like all a citizen has to do sGA1RI aX BAYFORNT PARK; FIVE ,

February 1. 1927, at the Post Officeat to get the low-down on queer statistics ARE WOUNDED

Glewislon Florida, under the Act is to write to a cabinet officer i 'lL 91 hA 'Aau 1F1 tllIRy II

of March 3, 1897. who will turn the research depart-
wounded
in
ments loose to ferret out the facts persons were
Park in Miami Wednes-
Bayfront
A newspaper devoted to the best for the "constituency." A few days
day night as a gunman fired six ,
ago a citizen of California had an I
Interests of County FlorIda. 1I
Hendry r 9
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'I I President-elect Roosevelt '
i shots at : 'f ,t
Its leading newspaper. argument with another, and decidedto .T1 S : .{
brief '. \
write to of as he concluded his address ,at. ;
Secretary Agriculture '" -
Wilbur for facts with which to settle greeting to Florida. Among the (:l:'"

Subscription rate: per year ....-$2.00 the controversy. The result: two wounded were Anton J. Cermak, .4

Outside of State of Florida __...$2.50 departments went to work to find :1. :: mayor of Chicago, and Mrs. Joe H.

how far a flea can jump; and to : Gill, wife of the president of the .
Advertising rates furnished on ap- con'Ipany ;
Florida Power and Light
measure the hop of a normal frog.It "J"
plication. has been found that an ordinaryflea both of whom were struck,in the abdomen i I'

can leap 13 inches horizontallyand I e PPLI Mayor Cermak .received two

Business office. Clewlston News seven and three-quarters inches shots. Both of them were still in a

Clewlston Florida. Editorial and vertically. An ordinary frog, under ra i iIT'S :ierious condition last night, Mrs. I f.
'"S I "" "" '/" -
Advertising same. normal emotions, can leap three feet, Gill being reported slightly, improved '"

at least that's what the commerce 'a gift, some say. It's luck, Apple Sauce Pie: To make the I and Mayor Cermak as holding his I '

Telephone 339 department's bureau of fisheries reported I others. It's a good recipe pastry, put two cups pastry flour own. Three other by-standers received ::

after research on the scientific -and a little care, say we. and one-half teaspoon salt througha slight wounds, but their con- :"
People differ to what consti- flour sifter into a bowl. Add ditions not serious.
as
WOULD YOU KILL A PRESIDENT? problem. The bureau also, by were ;
tutes good salad one lard, chopping it into I
a good soup, a cup .
careful study, found that under a I The gunman was seized immedi- ;f
knife.
or a good sweet, but they seem the flour with a'sharp
President-elect Roosevelt has just stress of emotions said ordinary frog to be pretty generally agreed that Then add Ice-water-just enoughto ately by those standing beside him yin

experienced one' of the costs of being can span five feet at a single leap. good pies should have tender, hold the flour and lard to the crowd and police had no .

elected to a position of authority.He Still another ,test was made and it flaky crust that stays crisp, and gether-very slowly, '''mixing all difficulty in placing him in jail. He ''It,:

is not the first president to be was found that the same frog can an interior which melts in your the time lightly with your hand. gave his name as Guiesppe Zangara, i ian

the object of some assasin's bullet; add another foot to his jumping record mouth. Roll the paste into a lump. Coverit Italian, who came to Miami from !,
with cheesecloth and place in
others before him have been fired if he has a firm foundation for r, The Why of Pie refrigerator over night. The next Hackensack, N. J. Police officers >1>

upon by some one who merely tooka his take-off. -Anyway, Who cares? Flakiness of crust is the result day roll out and bake immediatelyin said that he intended to kill the / .

shot not knowing whether the man ooooOOOOoooo of. alternate layers of flour and a hot oven. president-elect, and would, have been, ..- f.,
in office was a hero or a vandal. We can now look for a decided decrease fat and depends on the amount of For the filling, mix the con- glad if he had killed him, saying, --- ft ': ,1

To a large extent this psychologyto in the number of bankruptcys.This cutting one does when mixing the tents of a No. 2 can of apple "I like Roosevelt personally, but I

"kill the man in authority" is information' does not come from fat into the flour. To make the sauce, two tablespoons melted but- do not like presidents." Asked for "
crust tender, only enough water ter, one teaspoon lemon juice and
carried Into the ordinary citizen'slife. Bunn & Dabstreet nor Babson, buts Fill an explanation he continued "Rich I!
should be used -. ice water is one-fourth teaspoon: allspice.
Often we deride some man in surmised after reading that the preferable to hold the shorten- the previously baked pastry with men send their children to school 'r'' ': '

authority, and shout with loud voicesto embryonic: lawyers at the state uni- ing and flour together. You will this mixture. Sprinkle cheese and when I was a young man rich ,'

put him away and replace him versity are learning all about this be pleased with this recipe for lover the top and serve.* men's sons went to school while I ,; ,

some other man, of, whom we knowas form of proceedure. They have established worked in a brick factory in Italy ;

little as of the one in authority.It a' practice court in Gainesville and burned myself." He said he

is vcry'regretable that the event so the law students may learn ceived the idea of shooting :

took place in Florida, but we are all all about bankruptcy. When they velt when he learned the con'I'
glad to cay that this first attempt graduate or quit-uate from college TOO LATE TOCLASSIFY ,ff 3 Ir \.] BY e eck rov rovmiittig' M\f 1f-1rn :

upon the life, of Mr. Roosevelt was with a head full of knowledge of how I J .' he purchased the pistol for that \ ,

not made by a Floridian nor evena to handle such cases watch the num- pose from a pawnshop. I if
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native born American citizen. It ecline. i I -' The shooting and excitement did 1;

is true that the would-be assasin,, ooooOOOOoooo I I not seem to unnerve Mr. Roosevlet : ,"

who gave his name as Guiesppe Zan- People in this county must have: My story last **ireA:,a-b uthe clever in their trick scheme to even pre in the least. He waved assurances (

gara, was a naturalized citizen; he plenty to do and do not depend on I little x\ertising: shirt stuffers sent it to the committee. They knewit i to the crowd that he was_ uninjured, ;i :

had renounced hid allegiance to his chickens and eggs for a living. The SOTJ"if'd unloaded on Winter Haven would be "thumbs down" so they took :Mayor Cermak in the automo- '

native Italy and had vowed his sup- report of the state mavkpHT\y' t au brought me a nice letter from just folded up their little tents and bile seat beside him and supportedthe i

port to the United States. And yet shows that in 19..''only 500 dozenenfruit Mr. Oldham of the Jacksonville i drifted on to smaller towns where wounded man until the car \

he said he would have been happy werfshipped from Hendry I Chamber of Commerce He tells me I the pickin' was 'easier. reached the hospital. He waited in 'j

had his aim been true. "I like Roose- county..cf lie lowest number in the they tried to pull the same little In a years time this ,committeesaved the hospital offices until he was \

,velt personally, but I kill presidents,' s1a:tC'f racket in his town, but thanks to I the merchants of Jacksonville permitted to visit each of those who >T. -=,

he is quoted .as saying. r ooooOOOOoooo the head work and cooperation on over $100,000 by turning down nu- received bullets meant for himself 01:

How many of us are assan'us f at Speaking of eggs reminds us of the part of the merchants and Chamber merous schemes that would have then returned to the ,yacht of Vincent 'j 1

heart? Do we not ofte> ':5oy; scath- a concrete example of how Florida of Commerce, they didn't get cost the merchant hard earned dol- Astor for the remainder of the > r'

,,.- .. ing remark,.> .bmlt .e one in au- farmers and poultry raisers are fare- away with it. lars and brought him nothing in re- night. He had planned to leave Mi-

, ,, _-'jthoritY' vhom we know only casually ing in comparison to those of other I It seems, these trick advertising turn. This saving represents only ami at 10 o'clock that. night by i

and make these remarks much the states. This week we read a letter schemers kept hounding the Jacksonville those stunts that the committee was train, but cancelled the trip in order, \

as Guiesrpe felt about 'Rooseveltwe from a lady in Kansas, in which she I merchants until it was decided called to pass upon. Hundreds of Ito I visit those in the hospital again I/ :: '

just don't like persons with authority mentioned something about eggs of that something would have toi others were kept out of the city be- the following morning. ;...":..,_ 1.

that vicinity. She said, "After our I be done about it. Almost every other cause the promoters knew they were The tragic occurrence was a dis- :.

poor hens put in all the hours pos- guy who walked into your place licked before they even started. tinct shock to Miami and to Florida ,:

BRISBANE GLIMPSES TAXEXEMPT sible to lay.a few eggs, we take them (of business came' to present someway Another effective piece of work where the president-elect is singu"i

: HOMES: HERE (the eggs) to the stores in town and II new to get more for your advertising the committee did was to put a stopto larly admired and loved. Expressions j'

we are allowed the magnificent sum dollar, and boy! what a i the telephone ticket racket. of horror and sympathy poured "- -j

Brisbane, in his column, "Today" of from four to five cents per dozen. line these solicitors had. They would Smooth promoters would blow into in from the state's executives and -1...i'i. .
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writing from Miami under date of It's heart rending. Then 'the hens back you up against (the cash reg- town, make a deal with some un- others high in governmental and po- ':

Feb. 5, said: "Frank E. Gannett themselves if we decide to sell ister and just naturally talk the suspecting organization to put. on litical circles, and reflected the feel ,

tells the Miami committee of one them, only bring about five cents socks off you. a dance or pull off a show, and ings of Florida's entire population. '

hundred that owners of small homes per pound. The poor hens ain't They would put your ad on milk promised big dividends in cash. All Under the caption, "Miami Bows

should be exempt from property taxation worth a darn alive nor dead." That they asked was that the organization in Grief," the Herald of that city
bottle tops, on pay envelopes, rent
Then Mr. Brisbane comments same day we saw a man who livesat sponsor the event. (
receipts. Theatre tickets would Contiued on page 4)
' : "The Idea is growing in Hooker's Point with a tin bucket Then they would get busy on the
carry your name and you could even ,
Florida and may be tried here first. filled with eggs. We asked him the telephone, and the conversation OBLIGATION- ;
NEWSPAPERS .
get your picture painted on trash .
If it is tried, Florida may be amaz- market price, and wire .unformed I would go'something' like this: "Good
at 3 The
cans only $ per can. poor
, ed at the results, the impouring of that he could get about 20 cents a morning, Mrrr Jones. This is the Every 'citizen in .
merchants stammered
and stutteredand your city is under -
thousands of people with small, fixed dozen; After all Florida is in good Woni (n's Club. I'm speaking for obligation to its
hemmed and hawed, but there newspaper.
I I incomes, that would like to spend shape. Mrs Montgomery Van Devere, who Without .,
was no stopping these babies. Th'eycame one your community cannot -
l their income, not have it taken ooooOOOOoooo asked me to call and explain that -
down here to 'spend the win- progress and would remain stag- : .
I away In taxation." It's too bad, but the entire forceof I I we are giving a brilliant pageant
nant-if not die
had in
ter in Florida and somebody to time. So de-
I By adoption the liquidation tax 'the, Clewiston Supply at' the Club house'next Tuesday.The .
companyhas clares the
pay their hotel bills and buy their St. Paul Daily News which
t plan in 1933) to take the place. of gone to the dogsindividuallyand tickets are only $1 each and .
grits.So. gones on: ..Jb.
i I the advalorem tax for everything collectively. The whole force she has reserved six for your use. of
You can this debt in 1ff>
pay two :
t[ except the constitutional ,one-mill tax from Cecil Parkinson to Uncle Dan the merchants, through the Shall I send them over and get your .
t ways. First by subscribing to the
Chamber of Commerce their
levy for schools the got check: now?
state of Flor- Allen went to the dog races last
j heads together and decided to paper regularly. Second, by adver-
ids.Jlight within four curly And if the lady mentioned
hap-
years, bring night. (Personal to Uncle Dan and tising in its columns making i
about this appoint a special Advertising Com- pened to be good customer of thereby -
a the
desirable
condition now Ulla: If you didn't go, don't say so, it ;'
prosperous and
i seen by Mr. Brisbane mittee to pass on every scheme.: All merchant called,. which a better salesman -
, as a possibility you planned it and said you were was usuallythe for I.
that unless the committeegave you. In no other way can
agreed
"Florida-First" case, the afraid to of-
i as a political sit- going.) poor guy,
, its unqualified approval, they you help an honest paper, and that i
uation.Zephyrhills News. ooooOOOOoooo fend her, would stammer "all right"and will I
have nothing to do with that be ample. I
would that was that. It is beautiful
a
The
girl scouts here are going to I
Stop and think
advertising stunt.It where your city
1 LET'S MAKE IT A TOUGH racket absolutely legitimate. The
YEAR start selling flowers and it might bea would be without its
case of "carrying coals to New- worked like a charm. When- Woman's Club really did get a percentage I in the representative -
surrounding 1
t Let's make 1933 a tough year Castle," since so many lovely flowers ever a high-jacker walked: into the a small percentage, and The territory.
I cheapest thing 1 Jyour
1 I for fires. adorn the yards in Clewiston. The place with ''a new racket: he was what the promoter got was nobody's you buy is
I
I During the past dozen or so years girls have recently moved into a promptly informed the only advertising business. But just as a hint ]I paper the, for which you pay aboutmehalf t
amount it owes'the
i fire has had a very prosperous..time house, the use of which was donatedby they could consider was such as might state that I know one guy publisher to {

''i i taking the nation as a whole, although the Clewiston company, and they had been approved by their com- who has cleaned up over $10,000' a buys his produce it. The advertiser .I'
I here in mittee and all the merchants stuck on this racket right here in : space at a considerably .
Clewiston we have are getting this year started in a big year less
amount than
been blessed with a very minimum way. The flowers which they are together.In Florida, and he's ,still going strong. to send his it would cost {,

fire loss. It is claimed that an an- going to sell were donated by Mrs. less than a week most of the And every dollar of it has come mail or circulars announcements delivered either by

nual average of 10,000 lives and a Stewart and Mrs. Spicer, and we're solicitors got'wise and left town. from the pockets of the poor dumb The ambition of by hand( --it.
your publisher iso
half a billion dollars is the toll paid just telling you so you won't say Only a few of them had faith enoughout merchants! try to give
the
j you best
to the red demon. Fire has ruinedthousands "No!" when they come around sell- possible> paper .t
f .Avith the money heFive gets
} of businesses, incinerated ing flowers to raise money with I from you. w )
i farms, crops, livestock, and in many which to pay their national dues. of his pocket and start selling 1st Rooster 'What's the matter Don't i

I instances brought entire communities ooooOOOOoooo real estate. Roe is editorial writer with Mrs. White Leghorn? the Chicago compare Tribune your paper with {k
or New York
to a halt.It Speaking now of sweet things: for The Kiwanis Magazine and ex- 2nd Rooster-Shell shock! She Times and wonder l'

is within our power to make you have never heard such sweet- pressed himself thus: "It's easy to set on some eggs, and ducks came is not better but why your paper f

1933 a rotten year for fires. This talking in your life as happened at see why the founders picked Clewis- out of 'em.Judge "Am I in stop and think :

can be done if we adopt the attitude the: Inn Wednesday night. It was at ton as a home for Florida's: sugar (t0 produce any way helping my publisher !

of "fire prevention- is the best the: first anniversary of the Clewis- industry. Clewiston is the sweetest (during an inquiry into a err a better newspa- 1

i fire protection." Take a little res- ton: Kiwanis club. And did the visitors city I've seen." case of alleged'bribery-"You) say Many publishers are '' i

possibility on ourselves-we owe ; say sweet things about our city? capable of !
you received $25 to vote conserva- producing papers, but lack the
,
that cash. !
much to
our families and neighbor Roe Fulkerson, bless his old baldhead No
for life. tive and also received the same a- publisher can continue "
the That woman seems soured long to __
spent afternoon at the --
put into .
'1 Take a look about your premises. sugar mill eating sugar and watching Yes, she married once for love mount to vote liberal? takes out his paper more than he

j Clean up trash piles, prevent the the manufacturing process, and and once for money and she didn't 'Witness-"Yes, my: lord." should not, and your community .

accululation of inflamable_ materials hen; when he got up to make his get either. Judge-"And for whom did you per with expect to compare its pa-

: > on your property. We can make ali: was so full of sweet praisesfor vote at the finish?" cept any other publication ex-
on a
j: 1933 a bad fire year. But it will our city and our club that we I'm a self-made man, sir! Witness (indignantly)-"I voted is. And also population and cash bas
take the, aid of every citizen to ac- cxpectod him to roll his trousersto Yep I Interrupted lord ask ,yourself if you are\ .
would
up I I so B\.lmo. Who my according. tQ my conscience !- doing your
Par$ -The
j this t D.t.'L" to. Tampa DJ.1y!
poropllab fcnlcker length, pull a hue} print ,, you.?' J Times \).
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FEBRUARY/ 17, 1033 THE CLEWISTON NEWS PAGE THREE .

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P.-T. A'S, TO SPONSOR BRIDGE I others; in Luke 6:38, to giving good I Why don't you hustle around and"-:happen?
Here it mean that' get a job of some kind?
AT INN WEDNESDAY NIGHT! measures. may j Native-Let me see-if she had
Personal MentionPaul if one preaches the .'gospel freely, he'j I'! I've been'around everywhere. The lived till next Sunday she'd been
will receive a corresponding reward. ::employers are giving the prefernce ',dead dead just a
year, sor.
The Parent Teachers Associationwill Unto you that hear shall more bej lto i married men, and I'm not mar-
sponsor a benefit bridge to be given-"To the diligent student of ried. The. week's best paragraph from

Moore of Moore Haven was held at the Clewiston Inn Wednesdaynight divine truth more of divine truth I Why don't you get married? the Winter Haven Herald: A grower -
in Clewiston on business Monday.E. February 22 at 8:30. The decision shall be revealed." No. girl wants to marry'- a fellow wrote his home town editor as
to hold the benefit card party shall be taken"-the who hasn't follows '
"From him got a job. : "Dear Editor: Some two
was made at the last meeting of the
E. Kelly spent a part of this slothful person who does not Improve -'I years. ago I read where the govern-
week in Jacksonville, and Orlando. organization.Mrs. his opportunities of learningthe Stranger Who live in that i ment was planning to. change the
Leah Spicer was appointed as things of God, instead of learn- house? I size of dollar bills. Did they ever

chairman of the decorations com- ing more, will even forget what he I Native-The widow O'Malley, do it?"
Mrs. C. C. Klutts of Moore Haven mittee and it was announced that the
4. was shopping in Clewiston Mon- already knows. -only she's dead. SOl'I I
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colors and motifs
appropriate for '
: "So is the kingdom of God, as if|I Stranger Dead! When did Keep your News renewed.
day. the celebration of the birthday of a man should cast seed into the

George Washington will be carried ground; and should sleep, and rise -
Mrs. W. M. Redelsheimer and son, out in detail at the affair.J. .
and the seed should
night day, and ,
Billy, spent the 'week end in Miami .
K. Mowry president of the local spring and grow up, he knowest not CLEV1ISTONThursday
with relatives.A. .
Kiwanis club whoso weekly luncheonis how."

scheduled for Wednesday night, The teacher may sow God's word
W. Lawrence and C. J. Lovvorn announced that the club's
program and we may accept and believe, but Feb.
attended the Kiwanis meeting ni Ft. will be shortened to avoid conflict God alone gives salvation. 23rd

Myers Wednesday. with the hour set for the benefit. "And he said, the kingdom of

God is like a grain of ,mustard seed,
Dr. and Mrs. J. C Nowling, 'Of i Marlene Dietrich has had her picture which is less thin all the seeds

West; Palm Beach, visited friends took in pants. You'd think that be in the earth; but when it is IYI

here over the week end she was built this way ( ) instead sown, it groweth up, and becometh '

of thusLake! Wales Highlander. greater than all herbs."
A. O. Ward, Dave G. Alston andC. The point of the parables is notso ck

J. Lovvorn attended a citizens' much the secret invisible energyof

meeting jn LaBelle Saturday.Mr the seed or divine Word, as that

of the earth into which the seed
and Mrs. Dick, Gibbons, of 'unbap cbooI falls. The seed of Christianity will 11

Canal Point and Dr. J. C. Young, grow, because the soil into whichit

were visitors in Clewiston Sunday. will fall is suitable to nourishit.

eon .
FUNNY
Miss Anne Gram and J.. M. Couse Conversion into a Christian life
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'" of Moore Haven stopped here a short is a gift from God. Man cannot
FOR SUNDAY, FEB. 19 1933
while yesterday on their way to create it, but can. only fit his life

Miami. Subject: Jesus Teaching by Par- as soil for Christ's teachings. a
ables. -. ij I d091

Mrs. J. A. McGehee made several Golden Text: "The earth shall be The visitor was examining the = MULES OOOS*MONKEYS PONIES**

trips to Ft. Myers this week taking full of the knowledge of the Lord, class. III i' ; ,,i ZEDRAS-AND ALL KINDS OF TRAINED
her brother's child for medical treat- I as the waters cover the sea." Isiah "Can any little boy tell me whata
ment. 11:9..,, ,, fish net is made of?". he inquired."A .

I Lesson Text:. Mark 4:21-34. lot of little holes tied together

Lloyd Sparrow returned to Clew I Time and place of lesson: A. D. I with! strings," smiled the never fail-

iston Wednesday after a week's 'absence 28 (Second year. of Christ's minis- ,I ing bright boy.

spent in Tampa and St. Pe try) ; Galilee. I

tersburg.Mr. Today's lesson is a continuation of
Jesus' sermon when he sat' in the
'"" 'lJEVERGLADES
and Mrs. F. D. Duff were. visi- boat on the Sea of Galilee and I
tors in West Palm Beach Saturday preached to the crowd on the shore BANDS

... where Mrs. Duff went to compete in about the sowing of the seed on Su sac N'
different kinds THEATREBELLE
a golf tournament.L. of soil. ArTERtYOlltd'2PM ;
"And he said unto them, Is a Two Complete
Performances
candle brought to be under
put a
E. Gradick, inspector who was ,
Rout oar er.AV
bushel, or under a bed? and not to GLADE +
recently stationed at Pahokee spent
J be set on a candlestick? For thereis
the week end here with his wife and
nothing hid, which shall not be FRIDAY SATURDAY
young son.Wilbur OWE P. ffi* DA1 LY
manifested neither was anything CLIVE BROOK
; BIGGER AND BETTER EVESDorff forget the Date
kept secret, but that it did not come'abroad. ERNEST TORRENCE
Duncan M. D. Bledsoe
"
MIRIAM JORDANIN
L. C. Reddish and
Henry Phelps
"The candle" was probably the

were Wednesday visitors night.in West Palm Beach ual small oil lamp then used. The us- CONAN DOYLiE'S MASTERPIECE Positively the Biggest and Best Show Ever To -

lamp of Jewish home was a shal-

/ low earthenware dish, open or witha Exhibit Here.:' Admission Reduced To 25c Ail Ages.
J. A. McGehee I spent Monday cover. It was filled with olive SherlockHo'mes ,

evening in Fort,Myers where he wentto oil, drawn by capilliary attractioninto
attend a' meeting of the Standardoil a wick which floated in it, the Don't Miss Seeing the'Two Largest Elephants in the World

agents of this district. end of the wick protruding througha

spout or a hole at the side. '

'Miss Evelyn Hare left today for In the sermon on the Mount, Matt. ,, --.
Denaud to visit Miss Alma Crews 5:14-16, Jesus said to his disciples, sear

over the week end. They will attend "Ye are the light of the world. A .
the fair in Ft. Myers Saturday. city that is set on a 'hill cannot behid. Added
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Neither do men light a candle Special Attraction
Mrs. Ag.,Wood, Mrs. M. W. Amun- and 'put it under a bushel but

sen; and Miss Hazel McAuley, of :on a candlestick; and it giveth light ,

Moore Haven were shopping in Clew- I unto all that are in the house. Let In the Flesh Day to..Dayness

iston Monday your light so shine before men; that ;;

they may see your good works, and
Mrs. H. J. B. Scharnberg, Mrs. J. glorify your Father which is in Hea-
P. Percy and John Lucaa spent Sun- ven." 1933 1

day in Miami with Mrs. Scharnberg'ssister We sometimes think that, if,
Brownskin We lose perspective because of complete absorptionin
Mrs. William Lucaa.L. something is known by only God Follies
,events of the moment. We look and think in termsof
and ourselves, it is securely hidden. '
O. Holdsworth, of Chicago, arrived But the time will come when all'* M 20 today, letting tomorrow take care of itself. Mostof
Singers DancersComediens
here Sunday from Philadelphia.He that we do, say: or think will be us did not know or could' not tell when prices were

joins Mrs. Holdsworth who has known to all. CO LAUGHS A MINUTE too high, and we are equally reluctalt: 'to speak out

been wintering at the Clewiston Inn. "If any man have ears to hear, forcefully now when prices are much too low.
NO ADVANCE IX PRICES
let him hear." Not only should you

,- t-"Y ; Mrs. N. A. Nielsen, Mrs. J E. hear the word of Christ, but his The real lesson to be learned is that in times like

Beardsley, C. L Downs, and John K teachings should be obeyed; and these prices arc no criterion of values. The stock mar-
Mowry attended the meeting of the carefully studied.
Sunday Monday TuesdayOut !
ket is an auction block upon which every listed stockis
Hollywood Kiwanis club Monday.C. "And he said unto them, take heed
offered minute of the business day for
of the thundering cavalcade being every
what ye hear. This is one of
D. Bever, one of the owners of (Christ's most important warnings to of history comes the whatever it may bring. Owners of stocks and bonds

the B. &. B. grocery here, spent mostof his followers. If you hear the true screen's master picture should remember that a daily forced auction sale ofa

this week in Clewiston supervising teachings of Christ and follow'them depression-mad world dumping its holdings on the

changes in the old Fears store room you will be blessed beyond calcula-: Edw. G. Robinson market does not reflect the actual value of the securi-

which is being re-modled for the tion; but,:-if you hear and accept INSilver ties. Nothing brings what it should bring at auction

B &i.B) store. and follow false teachings your and the "daj'-to-dayness" attitude of the investing pub-

religious beliefs may be a curse to lic will never rertore cuiiies to their proper value.
Leo C. Burgman, of Jacksonville you instead of a blessing. Christianity e Dollar

and Harry L. McDonald, of is founded on a belief of the '
'I Real estate owners always resent any one quoting
Orlando, were in Clewiston Monday omnipotence of God, the fact that
I WITH- auction prices on real state: as a criterion of value,
and Tuesday where they had come Christ is the Son of God as described '
BEBE DANIELS yet many people are taking force sale prices as a basis
to attend a stockholders meeting of in the New Testament, and the
andALINE for values. Real estate has been hit with this hysteriaof
the Clewiston Motor company.Mr. Saviour of mankind as promised and
declared in the scriptures. What- MacMAHONWednesday the American people but a saner public will restore

I, and Mrs. W. C. Hooker ever destroys your faith in those real estate and restore it rapidly. Your real estate is

returned to Clewiston Wednesday to and other vital principles of christianity always. worth proportionately to the community in whichit

attend the anniversary dinner of the will destroy the whole christ- '--- Thursday is located and a good city: will always maintain a high

Clewiston Kiwanis club, of which ian religion. I do not mean the WILLIAM WARREN ._ real estate level.
Mr. Hooker is a charter member. differences in doctrine such as exist

They returned to Immokalee yester- between the Lutheran, Presbyterian, LORETTA IN YOUNG The security behind every dollar invested in Build-
day. Baptist, Methodist, or others whose
ing and Loan: stock is real estate first mortgages on'improved -
.
differences: grow out of ''interpre
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Wintle and tation of true scriptual facts, but Employee'sEntrance city property.

family of Ft. Myers were visitors only those sects and organizationswhich

t.'r here a short time Sunday en route reject the fundamental prin-
to the east coast. They brought ciples of Christianity.

their daughter Miss Eleanor Wintle Again, he said, "With measure you Clewiston Home
who had spent a part of the weekin mete, it shall be measured to you;
Ft. Myers. and unto you that hear shall more
be given. For he that hath, to him
Gratton George left Monday for a shall be given, and he that hath ded-Comedy, Short News -

short visit in Missouri. He was ac- not, from him shall be taken even Build ng Association .
Mrs. Ella that which he "
companied by Warren who hath. Matinee Sunday from 3 m. l gh
will stop at her home in Corning "It shall be measured to you"- p.

Arkansas and by Miss Launita Roberts This saying occurs in several connections -
who will visit relatives near : and has a wide application.In I --I'I AI
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PAGE FOUR .' CLE\VJSTQtf, ; NEWS: .

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Sholtz Reduces State Budget For and many other varieties in test BANK ATTORNEYS

i plots where they are being studied

with the:idea of improving the types. DREW BIG AMOUNTFees

Million Dollars The sub-office of the U. S. Engineer ,
1933 Five
Nearly ; is located at Clewiston and

acts as a central point for all the and commissions paid attorneys i

dredge and dike operations now be- aggregated 1156160.26 :

Tallahassee, Feb. 14th-Governo unwilling to take office until the I "The reconstruction finance corporation ing carried on by the government.The and couit-costs $269,997.11, runningthe

Sholtz, speaking from the executive accounts of their predecessors have as you know, requires the I present plan! are for ,the erec- total cost in these two expense

mansion here tonight over a state been checked. Summary action will and the cabinet through state insti- tion of a dik or wall of a 34 feet items to $1,454,157.37.Fiftysix .

wide hook-up, announced a 25 per be taken wherever and whenever state to match its appropriations," elevation about the south shore of attorneys and law firms

cent cut in the state budget, reduc shortages are found." he said. "I am not a magician andI Lake Okeechobee, thus providing ad- listed the comptroller's office as -

ing the total of proposed expend!- Wilder Saves Money cannot pull money out of the air. equate water control for the Ever- by attorneys" drew a, totalof
"principal. !
tures he will submit to the legisla Praising his department heads for Sooner or later, the state's loans glades. This projct works hand in fees' and commissions -
$72$,984.46, sand
ture in April to somewhere betweer taking voluntary cuts in salary the from the federal government must hand with the drainage developmentsthat paid other" attorneys aggre-

$4,000 and $4,500,000.Explaining governor paid special tribute to be repaid. So I intend to confer .have already taken, place. Can- gated '$445,175:80: running up the (

that his cabinet hac George H. Wilder, of Plant City, within a few days with finance corporation als have also been dug in the back) grand total in attorneys' fees., checked -

not completed trimming of the various whom he recently appointed acting officials in Washington and country which are connected with $1,156,160.26. '' ,
far to
branches of the state govern motor vehicle commissioner. notify them that Florida cannot con- each other by a series of laterals so f '

ment, the governor, in the first of "Economies effected in this department tinue much longer on the dole through which water can be pumped The largest ,amount paid anyone ) 'j

a series of broadcasts planned to ," he said, will aggregatemore plan. I will ask a reasonable con- either to or from the land-'as need- firm during the period of liquidationto I, t:
relief work in this state. January first, this year, was $125-
tinuance of
keep the people in closer touch with than $50,000 a year. ed. \
to des- But I think the time has come for 417.91 to Kurtz'and Reed, of MiantfrSeventeen
at this point
the progress made in his programof Digressing ,A discussion of Clewiston and' the firms : ,;
and.law in
made by himself all states to stop this practice of I attorneys
economy said the new budget cribe a recent trip Everglades would be incomplete ;
pleaded with of matching federal funds It is :Miami, including Kurtz and Reed, I I I
the
would be in the hands of the senators tutions, governor without some reference to peculiar- :
and representatives by March' the people to send old books and just like a fellow: offering to loan arity of the local soil. To many of were paid amounts totalling ,$231-, '

1, or more than a. month before the magazines to ,the insane hospital at you $1,000 to buy a $2,000 automo- you the stories of soil on fire may 935.09. \\
[
session convenes. Chaltahootchee. bile you don't need provided you Eight Tampa firms listed as "prin-
seem to be a sketch of the imagin- ',:
"This will be the first time, as'' "The hospital today shelters 3700 put up the other $1,000. ation. However, when it is remem- cipal attorneys" were paid $ 102-

far as I know, that the budget has unfortunates," he said. "I was In conclusion/the governor pointed bered that muck"soil is the resultof I 876,94, and three West Palm T Beach ;; "

ever been ready for the legislature shocked to find many of them had out that 75 per cent of the state's decomposition and decay of veg-' firms, $88,488,38. I

prior to its convening," the governor been put there by relatives with a appropriations are spent outside of etable and animal matter for countless -
said. view of making, the state bear their Tallahassee and urged the people to Wonder it the ambassador to Den-
generations, it is easy to under-
Blames Taxpayers: upkeep. We also went through theboys' give greater though to expenses of mark wears satin breeches, a la l '
stand why the soil will burn. The
their local governments both county the court of St. James? f
The address opened with a reminder industrial school at Mariannaand :
which
lime and nitrogen, play an I
to the people of Florida that other institutions." and municipal."I .
in the of
important part high yield
of the financial difficultiesnow Budget Nearly Completed. am doing what I can with thestate's {
many muck soil has been formed from or- been reported as b ng'f nd---- -- -- I
of the problem, he said. "WhenI
confronting the state are the Regarding the preparation J
ganic matter many centuries ago. Just, what could have happened too,' ,
result of the taxpayers themselves new budget, the governor said this finish that job I will work, with --J ;
It is our hope that this little discussion him. He might have attempted to
paying too little attention to the af- work was nearing completion with county and municipal officials to
I will help you in "Knowing protect his master and gave his life i
fairs of their government."We I the assistance of the cabinet. cut their costs so that Florida can '
Florida Better" and Clewiston extends fol- r
have
in the attempt, or he might
demanded offer to the world opportunities for
are in difficulties, he said i "Rigid economy is being
welcome to visitus
hearty later
you a lowed the assailants-being recognized -
"1ft( is up to the people and their officials all along the line," he said. "I profitable investment and our own k\
at any time 'and see for yourselfthe as belonging to the dead
to get out of trouble. As your expect the budget will total some- people may have some' incentive to I
nation's sugarbowl. men and killed. Or he may be still
chief executive, I have made a close where between $4,000,000 and $4.- own their homes.

study of the state's financial condi- 500,000, or a cut of '25 percent over MADMAN: ATTEMPTS: TO SHOOT wandering around searching for

tion. I have found that it has become the present budget. In this connection ROOSEVELT THAT OTHER DOG some trace_ of his masters or their
assassins. .
the practice to run behind. In other let me announce that I cannot -
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page
words, total costs in 1932 aggregated devote much attention to applicationfor Over in Glades county there wasa
puts 'into words the sorrow of Mi-
approximately $6,000,000, although jobs on the state payrolls. I triple killing a few weeks ago.
amians over the tragedy:
receipts totaled only $5,000- trust the people will understand that Three cattlemen were way-laid on a -DON'T j
In deep sorrow Miami grieves with '
000, leaving a deficit of $1,000,000. I was not elected to operate a state lonely highway and their bodies rid-
America for the attempt made upon
These annual deficits' have been met employment agency. My study of,expenditures dled with bullets. -As is customarywith
the life of our next president whilea
by transfers of money from other : is being made by the cattlemen, they were accom- GETUPa
guest in this city. We deplore the
funds. I am opposed to such trans- same yardstick used during the campaign panied by two dogs. It 'is reported f
wounding of the Mayor of Chicagoand a
fers and I shall insist that Florida -does- the state need it, can that shortly after the shooting must \ i iI
IAt
four others by the madman. NightIf
state government must live withinits the state afford it and can the, state have happened one of the dogs returned -
Tragedy,' such a"s this, cannot be
income." get along without it." to Venus, where the three I millions who ,
foreseen. It is no fault of the com i you are one of the
Expenses,Halved Budget sessions, the governor explained men had been visiting, whined about H must get up several times a night Bw
"Our expenditures as of Feb. 1 have involved long discussions munity. Yet we, must suffer as we the home, ran up and down the I !trouble is probably due to an
mourn. 3 irritation of the bladder or excess ,
had been cut approximately 50 per on the possibility of depart- The prompt and courageous' actionof road in the direction the men had S acidity of the urine. Then Just try I

cent," he said. "The work of the mental consolidations.About driven on their last ride. No par- GOLD MEDAL
nearby spectators prevented the 3 --
departments was curtailed: as a mat- Auto Tags ticular attention was paid to the HAARLEM OIL CAPSULES .
wounding the assassination of -
ter of course. But I do not believe "Now about automobile license or dog. It was not a blooded, pampered During 287 years this fine old prepa- 1:

efficiency was sacrificed. I have .;ags," he said. "I want to call on President-elect Roosevelt. They held : pet. Merely a dog whose life was 3 ration has helped millions. Insist EU "I
,the criminal fast for the authori- on Gold Medal. 35t. .
drafted board. Noneof he people to buy their tags as driv-
a new road ; to assist in rounding up and
ties. For this they are to be com- I i n n IB a am BBB t ti
the members of the road board quickly as possible on account of :ng cattle. The other dog has not I
:mended well the vast throng I
as as i
knew in advance why they were he public schools. We cannot eliminate I ____
for its sane conduct in the confus--
summoned to Tallahassee. I broughtthm the 25 percent penalty. The I I
:
here to undertake an important law is inflexible and there is no ion. .
I Miami regrets. Miami for A 4
prays
piece of public service. But we vay around it. I am opposed to the __ .,
found that the road department fac.- penalty and will ask the legislatureo ''I the recovery of the wounded. She r
forward in tears. 4
ed obligations of $5,500,000 of : eliminate it. I am also determined goes rj

which $2,500,000 consisted of unpaid to cut auto licenses to $5.00 j
BIRTHDAY DINNER OF KIWANIS:
bills and the remaining'$3,000- On little cars and $10.00 on big cars I

000 was budgeted for maintenance.So and I would suspend the penalty CLUB A GALA AFFAIR
.
it appears that the people of his year if there was any possiblevay from C1eistollto'r[ion ourse
1)
Florida will bet their road building to do it. But ,there isn't and ( page
Roe Fulkerson Mr. and Mrs. D. R.
holiday but they will have to pay he schools need 'the tag money. So ,
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. 'Ham-
Hawkes,
for it"The I: hope the motorists will respond
merstein, Mr. and Mrs. Fred W.
promptly that the schools
governor announced a com- so maybe
Leason, Mr. and Mrs. Rolf Ros- (
plete reorganization of the state adequately financed.

auditing department as a means to Opposes U. S. Aid wear, Mr._ and Mrs. Iva J. Wagner, ; i(
Mrs. Oscar Foster Mr. and
Mr. and ,
catch up with a tremendous volumeof The governor came out boldly

unfinished work. against Florida accepting federal aid Mrs. Jack W. Bartlett, G. H. Yeats, ,, }, to the ";. '

"The department was more than xcept in grave emergency and attacked and Mrs. Marjorie Keller, of Holly- "-

220 audits .behind schedule," he : the entire federal aid sys- wood, Fla., Mr. and Mrs. Chet Free- .. Public jL' '. ;
and Mrs. F. B. Sever- ..
and Mr.
said. "I have found some counties em as a policy all states should try'to man = : ::'- I IJ

from one to three years behind in l I' eliminate from their financial set ans of Ft. Lauderdale, W. J. Porter, '
S. Ernest Kraussee, R H. Bullock,
their audits and many new officals ip.CLEWISTON. ,
I C. V. Shiarman, Cecil W. Vaughn,

I J. Alex Arnette.., Ed Stumnf... of West Moderate Green Fees .

Palm Beach, Stanley Dodd, Harvey :
( mmnm!' iHIIIIIIIIII'i''':'ji lllIlllllllll! j !i11TTITiTInT% 111I111111I1I1 I'IIIIIIIIIIII' IIIIIIIIIIIIII Paine, Miss Ruth Murray, J. N. .

Lummus, and W. G. Ward of Miami,, Exceptional Fairways

I. DAIRYHMILK Ed Hollarns, LeRoy Diggans and I j

Charles Senior, of Delray Beach.
I
Local persons at; the dinner wereJ. Interesting Greens 1

J. Harrington, F. Denae Duff, Jay 1t

W. Moran, Mr., and Mrs. W. C. Owen t

Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, Father

Finnegan, Mr. and 1Irs.Tom ,Shelley The Most Popular Recreation i

Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mr. and Center in Clcwiston! 1.

V Mrs. M. G. Langford, Mr and Mrs.
DELIVERED TO YOUR DOOR DAILY
H. R. Hall, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Green
FROM T. B. TESTED AND ACCREDITED COWS I
and Roy Green( Jr., Glen Etherton,

j oA tftfodern, Sanitary Steam Sterilized Plant 'Miss Mary Bush, C. E. Miner, A. '"W. 2v ? I
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Lawrence, Miss Jewel Lowe, A. W.
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Sias, Miss Louise Waldron, Victor i
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Blate, Miss Vilma Rhodes, Herbert ,

i I Note the new cap on your grade Blate,' Miss Elizabeth West, Mrs.

Leah Spicer, Miss Marion Leydig, Mr. I II

I A-Raw Milk. It folds back, milk I I and Mrs. N. A. NIelson, C. L. Downs I

j Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Stewart, John K.

pours out easily without a spat- ,Mowry, C. J. Lovvorn, Mrs. Evelyn FARM LANDS i

Pace, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Berner,

' ter. Another improvement in I Mr. and Mrs. W. C, Hooker, Mr. and i i!

A. Bourne, E. E. Kelly, Mr. and :
lB. FOR
i the service to our customers. W. A. Davis, Mr. and Mrs. E'I

I R. Fontaine, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Mc-
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I Gehee, and C. J. Gonterman.


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dually improved for the purpose of

t increasing the yield of the sugar

yield, instead of the original types '
--A Telephone 333DRINK that were planted almost solely for Clew ston Co.

the cane pulp or "bagasse" as it is I
tI MILK FOR HEALTH
known. The sugar company's re-
e'aich'' rkefhoV"irave' about 1"500;
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