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Title: The Clewiston news
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Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: April 14, 1933
Publication Date: 1928-
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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 NUMBjER{ 16 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 14, 1933. SUBSCRIPTION' ;$2.00 PER YEAR




r ENGINEER OFFICE Harry McDonald Is EXPLORER TO TALK Time Is Extended for FINGERPRINTS IS



: > IS PREPARING FOR Awarded Silveri Star AT KIWANIS CLUBDr. City Tax Payments WELL RECEIVED BY


'e
: Friends of Harry L. McDonald of I An extension has been granted to

CONTRACT AWARDS Orlando, former head of the Clew- John O. Kinneman, traveller, the City of Clewiston tax payers on CROWDED HOUSECROWDED

iston Motor Company will be inter- payment of 1932 taxes, according to

ested in an announcement recently lecturer, and editor and now deanof ''a resolution passed at the last meetIng -

RUSHING TO COMPLETE\ DATA awarding the silver star significant the Miami Military Academy has of the city commission. Taxes HOUSE AGAIN GREETS

BEFORE DEAD LINE of the citation of bravery in actionon accepted an invitation to speak to (Will be receivable until June first, PRODUCTION OF LOCALORGANIZATION r

DATE the battlefields of France dur- .without penalty.
members of the Clewiston Kiwanis ,
I ing the World War. I The provisions of the city government -
1. Club, next Wednesday night. Dr.
McDonald was cited for bravery : dealing with collection of taxes

The sub office of the U. S. Engineer November 1, 1918, the day the sec- Kinnaman has a store of personal I requires all taxes to be paid by the The stellar production, "Finger-

at Clewiston is being thrown ,ond big American drive started in experiences from which to draw in first of April. The state legislature prints" staged here Friday night for

.. Into high speed in an effort to com- the benefit of the
and when the famous law Community Chest
the Argonne giving a talk on his travels in Africa recently enatcted a granting a I
pile all the necessary information "million dollar barrage" was cut similar extension of time on state' netted approximately $85, a report

regarding un-contracted portions oft loose. and other countries.Dr. and county taxes, and now the city made by the treasury of the club

the federal government's Lake Okee- ,Kinnaman's work has been showed. The play was exceptionallywell
The specific action of bravery for falls In line to provide a like timeon

chobee-Caloosahatchee river naviga- which he was cited was for the de- that of an archaeological and en- city collections. received by the crowded house

tion and flood control project. livery of an important message under thnological investigator in actual I The resolution says in part: "That which gathered for th month's dramatic

According: to recent legislation of heavy fire after one runner had fall- field work. This work caused him payments of 1932 City of Clewiston production.

the national congress, all contracts en in an attempt to carry the mes- to live with savage people of every taxes shall be accepted prior to June Interspersed between the three
must be awarded within the next
sage. Re was a lieutenant of the clime and ,country he says, some- 1, 1933, without the collection and acts were novelties. Roy Alston delightfully

ninety days or postponed indefinitely. infantry in the Seventh Division dur- times in accordance with his own enforcement of penalties provided bylaw entertained the audience
President re-fores- ,
Roosevelt's the * That this resolution with two and Pete
ing war. will and sometimes in accordancewith songs, Wilson
tation' and other unemployment relief Mr. McDonald is a brother of Car- the will of, the people, that is shall not in any wise be construedto garbed as a woman, convulsed the

'programs, are given by some astb rol W. McDonald, and J. Lang Mc- he was held captive among some affect any city taxes not paid audience with' his comic tap dancing.

theca use for this legislation. Donald of this city. of the most savage tribes. of the prior to June 1, \9',3." Smiley Browning, who also starredin
u There still remains two units of
world. the play, brought out his "tin-can
k levee sections on the south shore of
I He has devoted much of his timeto harmonica" and proceeded to furnish -
the lake which have not. been awarded Ham Club Gives $65 early Christain' Archaeology under Legislative Attaches plenty of amusement with what

to date. One unit reaches from "
the auspices of two American univer- he referred to as "canned music.
Clewiston westward to the McWil- To Community ChestEd Increase in Numbers
sities; he spent more than 90 days, The characters, each of whom had
liams contract distance'
a approximately -
he says, in the catecombs beneaththe worked on developing himself for
five miles. The other is to --
r of the 'history his part, carried out their roles exceptionally ,
city Romer studying
unanimously re-
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connect with that unit at Clewistonand Butler was AH interesting comparison of the ,
Ham Club of the Christains recorded well. The play, being .,
extend eastward from Clewis- elected president of the as .legislative costs for the years 1917
pure comedy in most parts, was halt
ton to Miami Locks. to connect with local dramatic organization, Wednes- tHerein. jto 1931 is revealed in press dispatches -

V the section awarded to the Spadaro day night. Miss Roberta George was Dr. Kinnaman is a member of several -" quoting a check of figures in ed several times during the performance ,"

elected vice-president and Charlie historical societies and at pres- by outbursts of laughter.
the office. A
time Comptroller's steady
contracting company some ago,
Members of the cast were, Ed But"i
ent is dean of the Miami
Lovvorn made secretarytreasurer Military
and on which no appreciable work was increase in the number of attaches
., All officers Academy. He lectures Station ler, Smiley Browning, Si Sias, Grat- -1
.to has been done. Other uncontracted of the organization. over and in the costs of the legislative '

+ portions are on the east and north I were elected by unanimous vote. WQAM each Thursday at 7 p. m. sessions is noted in the figures, whichare ton erta George George,, Louise Mary Louise Waldron Oglesby, Rob :r i

Mrs. G. O. Wallace was appointedas
shore of Lake Okeechobee. as follows:
Wallace
Lowe
Lewel and Alden with ;:
Before contracts awardedit director. Year Number attaches Cost
any are M G. O. Wallace director. .
I twanty-five SHOLTZ FAVORSUNIFORM
i, is necessary for the government Membership dues of 1917 60 $ 84,360.00 Chest Gives Thanks

engineers to compile a complete set cents per year were levied by the 1919 75 85,640.00 ,
"The Community Chest Mrs. Patterson
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of information on each section concerning members present and a membership 1921 78 117,647.00 '\
WEIGHT treasurer, said "greatly appreciates
the types of, soil, yardage of :committee of MJary Louise Oglesby, 1923 98 140,306.00 the efforts of the Ham ,:

'dirt necessary to move, the approximate -I Louise Waldron and A. W. Sias, was 1925 130 156,038.00 '
Club In for theChest's
I : cost, the length of time which I appointed to callect dues from old LIMIT FOR TRAFFIC '1927 '255 256,255.00 benefit.staging this The play proceeds we 'j

should (treasonably be allowed Ifor members as well as to recruit new ,1929.* 271,646.00
received much needed
were as we
completion of the contract, and much, members to the organization. Dues 1931.* 324,304.00
have some outstanding bills which t
.
a : other detailed information concern- may be paid to any: member of the **The number of attaches for ':,
will have to be paid. Mrs. Patterson
BELIEVES ROAD INVESTMENT
ing each separate unit. The informa- I.committee or to the secretary at the 1929 were not available at the time
intimated that of the
SHOULD BE GUARDED FROM a part
tion is needed to prepare specifica- Clewiston News office.'STATE. the above table was compiled. In :
TRUCK-TRAIN TRAFFIC proceeds would be left in the Chest'sfunds i;
tions. for each unit of contract. 1931 there were three sessions, the
,,to provide for carrying on .J
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is first 346 ataches the second
Steady progress being "by having "
the work it has assumed.
the contractors having units under CROSS ROADIS Tallahassee, April 14 Governor 227, and the third 191. "

construction. The McWilliam con- Dave Sholtz made his position plain

tractthe first to be started on the with regard to safeguarding Floridas

' project, is rapidly being shaped up, CELEBRATED BY investment in the highway system, SHELLEY AND RICH Drastic Changes J

and a crew of men is now ,at work when he stated in his crisp message ]
Planned In Bill :
I
putting the finishing touches to partsof to the legislature: :.
MOTORCADE FRIDAY
,that section. "When the question of economy is BATTLE IN FINALSOF '.:,;

The Canal Construction company, considered, it should be kept in mind Tallahassee, April 14-Revolution -

with its machines steadily. digging that blind economy is often more ','
) changes in the public school
ary
., t in the east shore section, is making Commemorating the ,opening of costly than blind extravagance. This MEN'S TOURNEYTom of Florida contemplated ,
system are
the last unit: of the Cross' State high-
slower progress than was planned session of the, legislature should take in administration introduced f
measure -
an
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Palm
; when the contract awarded but way from Fort Myers. to West
was the necessary action to protect and in the legislature this week. .
is erecting the levee wall satisfac : Beach, through Clewiston was appropriately preserve the investment that the Shelley, whose handicap rat- would extend the, 'j
commemorated last Friday is the lowest posted for players The measure .
torily. Several break-downs ing
untimely people of Florida. have made in their of the State Board of Educa- :
with motorcade of citizens the Clewiston Golf Course and powers
a at ,
I to the machines is given as the causeof *
highways. There should be a
the event it becomes
tion which in
the delay. from Fort Myers, LaBelle and Clew- Hoomes Rich, winner of the "B" ,
uniform maximum load based upon I law would place the State Board '
a ,,
ston. championship last fall, will
The Spadaro contract on the west the ability of the highways to stand Flight In the State Department of Education ,
Clewiston citizens greeting,the delegation in the finals of the
shore of the Lake meet Sunday
near Lakeport, i
r this stress and this maximum shouldbe created by the bill. '
here were Mayor F. D. Duff Men's Handicap tournamenthere. ,
too, is showing progress, although applicable to all motor trucks, Spring :
:'
County commissioner G.Alston, E, Comprising the Department of Education -J
4_ this unit ran into some unforeseen whether public or private, licensedor '"
difficulties.The L. Stewart: bank cashier, and Roy unlicensed. Highway freight- Shelley, who is, considered the best would be the State Board of 1

local sub-office does not give Green, A. C. L. ;ent. trains should be eliminated from amateur here, will have tough sled- Education, headed by the Governor, : <:<

out any advance information, but Approximately. 150 citizens of Ft. the highways by limiting the over- ding to down the engineer whose the State Superintendent of Public ,
'
Myers 'started from their home city handicap rating has been placed at Instruction, the Board of Public Instruction '
the time, of awarding contracts, but load, length and width of vehicles.
the information given here is believed headed_ by the famous Boys Bandof The speed at which maximum truck 29. Shelley will be forced to give of each county, each county.

to be substantially correct. that city. At the Hendry county loads should travel should likewise Rich 16 strokes in the 18 hole School Superintendent, ex-officio S ;
1 i) seat the motorcade increased by a match. Treasurer of the County School funds' :
have your careful attention, for it
'" representative group of LaBelle, including Shelley was slightly off his game a'nd the School District Trustes. .:.
is fundamental that the speed at
Pioneer Farmer Dies among whom were Frank which a heavy load travels determ- last Sunday coming in at one end The bill would assure a uniform ::

Dougherty, Mr. and MA'S. Hurd L. ines also its wear and tear upon the of his 18 hole match with Dave Al- system of schools in Florida, fix- ""

In Lakeland Reeves, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Crouch, No ston with an 84, much above his ing the curricula of all public schools ,
i HospitalC. road. road is stronger than its '..
Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Crouch, JudgeH. weakest part. We have investedover average game. This match ended in the state, determining the qualifications -

A. Rider, Mr. and Mrs. Samp $200,000,000 to build roads. with Shelley one up over Alston. and salaries of teachers '

L. Wilder, one of the pioneer Btfown, Mrs.. 1t ary "Hayes Davis, They cannot be replaced, and unlesswe Rich cut considerable strokes off fixing a maximum and minimum sal- ':j

farmers on the east beach of Lake i Robert Poor, J. R. Doty, R. N. Miller his normal game when he took Jay ary scale and supervising the examination :
them and
protect by a complete
Okeechobee, died in a Lakeland hos- and W. L. Murray. W. Moran down by an eight and six: of prospective teachers and ,:,::t
adequate regulation of the roads
pital last Thursday, where he had When the motorcade reached margin and hung up a 47-50 for his' the' issuance of certificates. Provision ',;i
which they are called upon to bear
gone for treatment a month previous.Mr. Palm Beach it was greeted by a best score in tournament play. In also is made for the revocation ':
we will have in less than a decadea
Wilder first began farmingin motorcycle escort of Palm Beach fact this was the first time the of teachers' certificates under certain :,i
system of highways which will
the mucklands in 1919 and was I police and conducted to the Salt young engineer has, broken 100 on conditions after proper hearing. This '
have been destroyed through our '
one of the pioneer developers of Air hotel where the visitors were the Clewiston course. i provision, the bill states, is not to ;'J:
lack of foresight and action. It Is
the Pahokee-Bacom Point area. He cordially welcomed by West Palm Due to the improved play of prac- effect any certificate in force at the ::"
matter of
purely a common sense.
.
was a native :Floridan, having been Beach officials. tically every golfer who played in present time.
,You owe it to the people to enact
born in Plant City 48 years ago. Hew the tournament handi-
Isuch legislation as will protect this spring new A uniform system of financing,

A is survived by four brothers, three AUDITORS ARRIVE AFTER tremendous investment." cap ratings have been prepared by accounting, budgets, records, control .;
sisters, his mother, his wife and four .
Lloyd Sparrow pro.Everglades of expenditures and reports will be
To permit weight limit
THREE MONTHS DELAY a on our "
daughters and two }
sons. highways of over 16,000 pounds will required by the State Board of Education .1
"'" '
subject them to wear and tear thatis Fair from the County Boards, :

Tom Shelley Plays After J delay of more than three dangerous and destructive. It thereby placing control of scho'olmonies

;-. months after being requested by the directly under the State
the for the of
use larger
paves way Closed "
: In State Tonrnameni board of county commissioners, the and more cumbersome vehicles which SundayThe Board of Education. In this wayit

state auditing department has begunan make the legitimate use of highways is proposed'to give control of the

" .. audit of the books of J. L. Taylor purse strings of monies appropriatedby
: increasingly hazardous for the varieties of vegetables shownat
A; Shortly after establishing a new former tax collector of Hendry large number of pleasure car own- the All Everglades Fair, which the state for education to the

0': amateur record on the Clewiston county.E. ended its five exhibit in Pahokee State Board, thereby assuring the .

; : ;. .Jt golf course, Tom Shelley, number G. Hauselt, one of the membersof ers.A point that deserves serious con- Sunday clearly shows the many possi- expenditure of these sums for edu-

? ,{$, one golfer of Clewiston, left Mon- the auditing department under sideration is the fact that while a bliiesoiar Aot b rad eaeaieaiealeaiea :cation and not for debts.

,".,,. day night for Orlando where he has the previous administration arrivedin i the county
few of our better state highways are bilitles of the Everglades in manufac- The measure gives

. entered the state amateur championship. LaBelle Monday and started on a substantially built and will main- turing and vegetable growing. boards the same powers that they

thorough check of the former col-: tain such excess weight, the second- Canal Point and Pahokee, Belle have always exercised relative to me-

The tournament opened Wednesday -' lector's accounts. ary hard surfaced roads and county Glade, Lake Harbor, South Bay and ployment of teachers and stipulatesthat

morning with entries from all The audit was requested at the real and personal property heldin
highways are torn to pieces by such :an exhibit of the ;sugar industrywere
parts of the state, including some first meeting of the commissioners vehicles in a very short time. Thereis represented in the various partsof the name of Trustees of Special

of the ranking players from Jack, In January, when they alleged that no law which compels the truck the fair grounds. Numerous com- School Tax Districts or special individuals -

sonville, Tampa nad Miami. Shelley a shortage apparently existed In Mr. operator to keep off these secondary mercial displays as well as a displayby for Public Educational pur-

entered under the colors of the Taylor's accounts. It is beleived that roads. From one end of the state to the county home demonstration poses be conveyed to the Board of

Rock Point Club of Tampa, of which two week will be required to make an the other -vve find evidence of the department and the Red Cross, and. banks in counties where several institutions -

he was a member before coming t o I accurate check of the previous years damage dorfe by over weight on the the schools 'attracted unusual atten-: are qualified to receive the

Clewiston. business. : county highway systems (Continued on page four) passage of the act

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PAGE TWO THE CLEWISTON NEWS .:' FRIDAY, APRIL 14, 193*
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' The Clewiston News TilE VALUE OF ADVERTISING had to practice it all of my life. The-
!j older citizens of this county know the

. Published every Friday in Clewiston, The editor of the Grande Prairie, TOO LATE TO Mrys BY stand that I took in 1924, when.

,a Florida by the CLEWISTON NEWS, Alberta, Canada, Herald, a newspaper x RUSSELL KAY Bonds for building of roads and the.
I Inc. that serves the great Peace River CLASSIFY. court house was at issue. It was

,i country so well, In commenting on I boom times, when I told the people

I Entered as second class matter a small advertisement run In the that they would not get fifty centsin ''.
I Office Herald recently, said: Well, speakin' of entertainment, the old Board did give us a nice the dollar for their money they
! .,February 1, 1927, at the Post
J at Clewiston, Florida, under the Act "We have often heard of psychol- this little show they're stagin' at the trimmin' at that, and I suppose the called me crazy, but If the Legisla-
ology In advertising, but It was not Capitol is an all-star attraction. Senator was afraid they might'' makeit ture had not come to our rescue in
\ of March 3, 1897.
until last week that we had the op- They've already put on a couple of a permanent, and you know'what 1931 by allocating three cents of the : J'
portunity of trying It out. The re- hundred acts and the darn show has they cost. On the other hand if we gasoline tax for the retirement of ; "
: A newspaper devoted to the best sults were most gratifying. It all just started. take the check rein clear off the bar- road bonds, Hendry County, as well \ 3 .: \' t

;, interests of Hendry county, Florida. had to do with an advertisement inserted The way it looks right now, the bers a guy might get .a lot more thana as many others would have learned f
It's leading newspaper. in the Herald's Swap-Barter big Idea seems to be to just naturally hair cut for his twenty five cents. something that they havn't yet learned -

column. The advertisement as handed abolish everything from the constitu- I don't know whether Mr. Gillis ever about a real tax burden. Some
Subscription rate, per year........$2.00 In read as follows: Will trade tion right on down the line. had the barbers' itch or not, but he know too about the extravagancethat

Outside of State of Florida.....$2.50 5-tube battery radio set, complete The leadin' man made his bow on ought to try it sometime.But was practIcesbefore my term of
with tubes and loud speaker for a the openin' day. He told 'em the the big question seems to be office, with the school finances. If
Advertising rates furnished on ap good milk cow." folks back home was all sittin 'round beer; whether it's good for our con we had the monty ,that was spent fr. '

plication. "Just as the copy was about togo the dress circle with their opera stitution or not. We've received several recklessly during the boom It would:

1 I, out to the linotype operator to be glasses trained on the stage up here, bills for beer, but so far we twice as far now, and; help too to relieve -

a Business Office, Clewiston News, put In type, along came a memberof and the'thing they were lookin' for haven't got the beer. We'll probably the unimployment situation.
Clewiston, Florida. Editorial and the town's clergy. He spotted the was action -and plenty of it.Well have a flow of oratory before we I found it necessary to oppose you 1. !
' Advertising, same. copy and the humorous side of his if you ask me, nobody can have a flow of suds. I expect to when you were spending recklessly ;'

t 1 makeup could not be controlled. He complain so far. They've given us get a bigger kick out of that than and now I find equally as A:

I Telephone 339 suggested that the phrasing of the both action and acts. Senator Gillis I'd get from the 3.2 beer. Anyhowthe good a reason to7- oppose you when ;t

:advertisement be slightly changed.We opened a private,elippin' bureau the situation has, got a few mugI you want to ruin our splendid school

I agreed and as a result the copy first day and came' dashin' out of know downright worried, for i t system, by withholding the funds
FARM BOARD DOOMED appeared In print as follows: 'Will the wines wavin'; a carvin' knife at begins to look like some other mug necessary .to keep tWem efficient.

trade 5-tube battery radio receivingset the State Hotel Commission. Then are gonna start takln' their busines What our teachers are our nation
The Farm Board will die officiallyon he hog wild:and starts slashin' from 'em. Boy! .
for a good milk cow, complete runs away Page Mr will become. What our schools are
March 27th, unless there is some with tubes and loud speaker.' and hackin' away at everything Insight Vallee and ask, him to sing the Stein today our nation will be tomorrow.Do .

unexpected change in the attitudeof "The results were almost spon- .' Song. you want to go back to the ;

Congress. Death-knell was the aneous. The. Herald had been in He wants to abolish the game department But gettin' our feet off the bras old "Horse and buggy days"? No;
? signing of the President's farm credit the mails bu'ta: and let the sheriffs rails and in'
few hours when the protect com down to earth Then why demand our boys and girls
reorganization order. The Board phone began to buzz with Inquiries : our wild life. I suppose he fig- again, there are a lot of question go back to the old three "Rs"? of

started, in June, 1929, with $500-I bout the cow with tubes and loud ures as long as they're doin' it at I that to my mind ,are a darn sigh Al Smith said, that we could postpone '' '

;j 000,000 of government money called speaker. Passersby tapped on the night anyhow, they might as well do more Important than what we are the building or a road or a ,,,,

a revolving fund. Its speculationsIn office window and laughingly asked it in the day time. But why pickon gonna drink with our pretzels. building, and by speeding up con-

farm commodities attracted inter- us if we still had the cow. Saturday the game department, that's the We've; got to do a lot of trimmin struction later, make up for it, but
national notice. Two-thirds or more morning's mail from the west only bureau in the state that has and cuttin' and it looks like the that schools must be provided dur

of the fund has been lost. md Its quota of comments. been savin' doe for us. boys have all come up here ready ing the school age of the child. Mr.,

The Board will be replaced by a "Most Interesting of all however, Next he wants to blot out the Mo- and willin' to do it. It isn't an easy Hoover, said in an address to the

different kind of government farm was the fact that a farmer In the tor Vehicle department and let the job and unless we watch our step National education association in ;

relief body: It is held doubtful, Huallen district wrote In to say that Comptroller manage our tag days, we may do more harm than good Washington about two years ago,

however, If the Administration'sfarm he wanted the radio and had a cow seein' as that gentleman ain't .got with our prunin' shears. It's all that no matter what our economics

I bill will apply' extensively to i to offer In trade. The applicant did nothin' else to do. right to hack away the dead, conditions might become, the nation ,-,
1933 crops, due to delay in its be- not state whether or not the cow And he seems to think that ,& and trim off the water sprouts, but could ,not afford to neglect to pro-

coming a law. The bill Is franklyan came up to the specifications as set pretty fade out for the Barber I we don't want to cut down any treesi vide revenue for the schools. He

experiment, and if it does not forth in the advertisement. At any Board would be a good thing. Well i until we're darn sure they're dead. said that it would be neither econo- .,
succeed It Is promised the will
plan
rate we handed the to the advertiser
reply my,. or good government to fail in
be abandoned and another tried. and it Is hoped that both (Continued on page ,three)
parties are now satisfied."-Quoted He finally succeeded in reachingthe

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by enormous figures, as even a cur- ":":":":":":":":": :":":":":":":":":":":":":": sap had seen.' I 1t
sory glance at current annual cor- ; I And then stooping over and with What Readers Say ::_E::;:: Everglades i::!_::::

poration reports demonstrates. Mil- i_! I"" BagasseSometimes .. careful aim ..:...z... ..z..z..i..i. ...
lions of dollars are clipped from the i He putted the ball, but the putt was _..... Theatre .+=.2+,

figures at which concerns have .................................................... .. .. .. .. .. .._.._._.u.,,..,.,_.... in vain.Thrice The main trouble in Hendry Coun .:..__. Belle Glade ..i..z.YY .
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been valuing themselves. These reductions more he putted but stillit ty is not high taxes, as taxes were .... .z..z.N
in assets, of course, requirea it's only fair to the stayed out never lower during the history of .+-:-.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..;..:.:..:-:..:..:..;... ,,..
corresponding decrease in stated author of a masterpiece to give a bit Then pieces of putter were strewnall the county. Unimployment and the .:"-.z.. FRIDAYSATURDAYSpencer .s.

liabilities. Tills is accomplished by of history dealing with the events about.. lack of confidence, and mainly lack XX 1=

i cutting surplus or reserves., leading up to the writing of some of confidence is our trouble. This is .:?_. Tracy, Marion NIv-
As far as the stockholder is con- celebrated piece of poetry. Was he discouraged Who. him? a -period of overconsiousness of taxation +i +2 on, Stuart Erwin ; .,
cerned this does not change the real We have with us today, a man Oh, no! and the general public has the 1
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whose latent The said "I'll show ii i i:
value of his holdings in ,the least. talents for poetic effusion pro you. My habit of laying all of our ills to .... "FACE IN THE SKY"Humor E ..
fee is low.
It Is simply a change in book value have been smothered under a :I taxation .... 4* \ ..' <-.'
which, in many Instances, had no I bushel. He's not a poet for pro- '.So lessons he took, a dozen. or more, Who started the cry of "the over .:.+_ that warms the heart 44= i ,,l' .;
connection with real value. It is fit, but rather a poet for his own And then he was ready to lower_ his burdened tax payer"? It was the :iz::: and romance that warms the :::: ::1

heralded as a healthy sign for all pleasure .or maybe it's merely score. rich man.whom low 'taxes (benefit ._..;: soul. :I
to vent his spleen at some subject He played through six holestheywere .z"z. ; t
concerned. most. It is the resident, and the .......... ............ ..... ..
which has prodded his wrath not bad, .rz.: : : : : : : : : : : :.: : :..:.:..:.: :..,.(: :;
to a small tax payer, usually who blows ::::z: .zz: :
PUBLIC CONFIDENCE TIPPING boiling point. But of course he had lost all of the the horn of overburdened tax payer ...;. s'W'.-:\IOTUES.. .:... :',

But back to the subject of the poet golf balls he had. the loudest, and to his own detriment ..."... .,.-.:f

It was widely said during recent and his poem .Earl Fontaine, More golf balls he bought and more Who Is it that furnishes the childrenfor i'i' AL JOLSON 1;
and still more- ..... .
weeks that the best sign, of the hour genial purchasing agent for the su- whom schools are provided at a .:". -in-

was upping public confidence. ,Now gar company can play a nice gameof When he reached number seven he cost of about $50' per' pupil per year :::: :;::;:
began to
we find evidences of recovery beginning golf. and just to show his get sore. Isn't it amazing to see just how many y; 8

to appear in the business stat- adeptness, can play a rotten game. And people who pay less than $5.00 for : Hallelujah I '
his :
next drive :1:1
now in
a sand :::: :
istics. A. few weeks ago Earl steppedout trap lit, the maintenance of schools and get ,
The Index of wholesale on the golf course with all from fifty to two hundred dollars
prices, the in 1
With his niblic he'd hit it, not wor- =::= =:=;: "
which has been,, declining steadily pre-tee[ confidence in the world . ried bit. school benefits going around al '
a
for months, recently made its first but when he had finished the 18, Then strokes he counted until he stooped and complaining about being .2..2 I' m a mm .: ,
sustained rise. holes, he'd dubbed taxed I :
Farm products have his confidence and reached nine. to death for schools. Some of :" ; ; :..',
shown an Improved trend. An up- would have sold his bag and clubs our best people are doing this, and .z..z.
turn in car loadings has appeared. for a .song (most any song). Anyway And a niblic was wrapped round a the people who realy bear the burdenis .y.z.... Just as Jolson amazed you 1II i : '
beautiful pine. .. with "The Jazz Singer,' 'the '
; + :
There is a substantial Increased demand to make a short story: longer, delighted at the way these people
To 'i"i'
he tee number eight* he strode full .... first "talkie" ever made, so ; j
stormed cone
for such household appliancesas and ranted and for a few have to their rescue.I .s... \
of fightHe'd .:..:. will he thrill you with this. ._.._. '
washing machines, of which sales course, fvowedfnpane eth es eth ese believe ,in practising economy, .
;
show 'em, he hit with all his :%:::: The first picture ever made .
in he :::: ... /1
February were the best in five days was not to be sen on the and am better educated along thai I
months. course. Finally he weakened, and might.A line, than along most' lines, having +_ +_ in "Rhythmic Dialogue"I_ I
Indications toward the end of came out to walk around with a swish, then. a thud, he'd hit it I .'s"..!: the last word in screen, en- .4".:.i.' l :
real hard
tertainment. Y
March were that commercial failures foursome. Then last week he/ sheepishly T ;

would be the lowest for that month took his clubs out and playedone The yard.ball off the tee-it rolled 'bouta ........................-..............-......-..........................-.......-............... .. -at. '... ............................................................................It... i I
since 1925 or 1926. round, then another.
developed It has He cussed and he swore' and to the y 1 ::::x::: WED.-THURS. :ii::: _
Everyone is that
agreed that during his
of
recovery days .... '
ball went, :: ; ; .z. :
wilt"be gradual-most are likewise seclusion, he had his mind on the 'He'd ; :: H The one picture the whole ;',;,
hit it a mile if his brassie he ::: ;;;; ,<
1 agreed that it will be steady as well, ancient and honorable Scotch past- bent. :;::!: world is waiting for! The XXi:::: .:--,:'"

of Important recessions. New money time, and during that period he had i : picture that eclipses all pre- i = .:, ?',.

is ,appearing, due largely to the war composed a poem, which not only The canal quietly hidden, his ball Ii f iii iiiY Io:;::;: vious stage and screen entertainments ::::: -'.>

on hoarding, and it providing jobs be-speaks his plight, but practically It went In- arm land ;;; With Holly- II;i;;=; .
4 and stimulating production. every, one who has looked for a lost Such language and cussin', it was j j :!::+;: wood's aristocracy of stars :::: '; >''" 1
ball
In the rough. such a sin! ::;:: enactingeach thrill ing role! +);; .,': ;1
TAX REDUCTION UPPERMOSTTax Maybe gettin' the, poem out of his And then came a splash as a bag .;:.:. No wonder crowds 'stormed :;::;: ? i

system helped Earl. Here's' his con- hit the water, i I :xx::: the doors, police reserves xx ,.. ..' ,
in reduction remains uppermost tribution to literature: And his caddy ran off like a scared i 1 For Spring ; had to be called, and every 44:;::;: '' ': ,.',
the
public mind. A definite start JOHN SAP TRIES GOLF river otter. :II::: crItic' raved at its sensational ; ."

has been made with the cut in veteran's (By E. R. Fontaine) With his hair ruffled up!, and his + 2 = Broadway run! And now iXX= i .
,compensations, I and the 15 teeth tight together, :!: :.i!: :If!::;: ticomes direct to you! Don't :::: -

percent reduction of Federal salaries. Convinced by his He was finished with golf forever ?: miss filmdom's proudest triumph +i +=
friends and his &
Many of these cuts have x Crops y .-
already brother Olf and ever. ; i :::: :z- :
been compensated to the recipientsmore He'd to his and + ;f ; .:..z. ,:
John Sap decided that he go pole his fishing .z..z. '
could
Y
or less, by the decline in the golf. play traps, Y Y i. .z..s. ,. ,I,

cost expected of living.to be Next drastic Federal reorganization move is- He his first joined a culb-they took all And saps leave! golf alone for other poor I :Y: :!: :;::;:, Grand :;::: ;

of bureaus and departments to dough- ._,._.
eliminate Was he discouraged? Oh, No! No! i
waste
ties and duplication, unnecessary of effort.activi-, No! '. IT HappenedThe I j jY :;!::: :!::: '

The Treasury has been He next bought a golf bag, all shiny JI'Y y
disappointed fact that C. B. Cochran Is Hotel I
and new, ss _
in the yield from .z..z.
the
new mis- And filled It with golf sticks putting on 'The Miracle" again re- 1
and
cellaneous ment from Revenues sale as such to the articles govern- dreamed what he'd do. calls a good? story. Among those Y Y 1Y i i:: t!: }-

as Then golf who were quduelng up for the ad- ..
oils shoes and knickers, : .i. ;
matches, pistols: and revolvers 5i -with-
sweater and cap, vance booking on the occasion of :::: ::::
etc., have been below the estimate. its last Y i ; GRETO GARBO ; ; .
t On the other hand there was a sub- And now he was ready to begin, poor Jew. presentation were a Scot anda Y Y ::..:. JOHN BA nY IOn.E ::::
Sap! Y.z. ..
stantial recent gain in LIONEL BARRYMORE ; .
revenue from II II
When It to e--
came the :
Scot's turn
the automobile tax and the gift tax. With driver in hand and he Y y .. :::: JOAN CRAWFORD ::::
looking asked for 12 orchestra stalls, and i
The losses from other Y -:- 8; WALLACE BERRY ..+
offset a sources were real tough he paid with a $50 bill, which fact :;: ClewistonCompany :: :::: :zz:
g by rise In income ; ; LEWIS STONE .
ceipts. This is nothing to be tax re- His first dozen balls sliced and staggered the Jew. 'z. .z. II,...........................................-................... AA
proudof hooked to the rough. "Come '
along sir
said the box- r
simply because to the rise was due largely Was he discouraged? Who, him? office man to the Jew, "how many :: :: II:; : SUNDAY MATINEE 1; ; I
higher individual tax rates 0, No! (
seats do want"for Miracle '
'z.
rather than to increased I you "The ? : IJ.A: From 3:00 p. m. M:::: J
: personal or More golf balls he bought from the "Non," he replied, "I've just t s sN

+{ corporate earnings. I golfing pro. it." > seen ..'.......................................................................-..-..-...:...r ;I...............N......NN............N......H.....N......N.............................................N......N......N....N.......N......N'........iiI 1 f I


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r FRIDAY, APRIL 14, 1033 THE CLEWISTON NEWS .. .' ', PAGE' THREE

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r PUBLIC FORUM Who would want-tb live in a state,
Hall, Mrs. E. C. Mills, Mrs. C. E. look forward to may later appear in --.
a county
or a community where
' Miner, Mrs. Roy Green and Mrs. the meal, but should not be held up (Continue from page two) good schools are not provided.

I Personal Mention I IH. M. Gi Langford I as a reward.A that respect. Education cannot afford During a life of half a centuryand

Invited in for tea were Mrs. L. R. definite length of time may be : to loose, at this time, what has ten years; I have lived through,

Johnson Mrs. M. W. Bigg and Miss allowed for the meal the child ex- cost much money and a century of a number of periods of prosperityand

C. Avant spent Tuesday in Belle Ruby Johnson. cused at the end of that time, and time to build. It has cost the health of depressions. Never have I

Glade on business.. the food, if not all eaten, removed and even the lives of many educa- seen one that was not followed by

....!.o !.o...--.o............ .. ...... ..........'.."........ with no comments. tors. the other and the farther the pen-
'
, Mrs. W. C. Hooker spent Tuesday Regular intervals between meals, If there ever was a time when the I dulum swings one way the fartherit

in Moore Haven on business. r trpfut into with great care exercised to see that citizenship of the country needed will swing the other. The pendu-
: children do not get food in between the power that knowledge gives it, lum has already made its solstice,
' I: O oU5tlt1ibt5 :i= will help to keep the reaction toward it is now. The problems that our and has stared back toward better
't.: ,Mrs.; F. K. Foster, of Everglades boys and girls are to meet will be times, If i individual
1E eating a healthy, pleasurable! one. every every
J '' is spending the week here with her I'?%".......................... :.............. ........X...........................t.. A carefully varied diet may have greater than the ones we have had to county, every state, every nation,
,rw husband. meet. Our nation must cope with an would start today to
spend or rather
much to do with establishing good
! I FORMING EATING HABITS
---.- educated world, our state with educated invest dollar
it
could the
I,' food habits. Overfeeding with fats every get depression
' "' Mr. and Mrs.( Ze ney Meredith, i ii states, our country with edu- would quickly end. Our
\i Miss. Eunice Meredith and Mrs. J. F. I To prevent the formation of unde- butter, rich milk or cream or with cated countries If we are to take country lacks none of the necesities,

, Tippey were visitors in West Palm i sirable food habits there are certain white flour products or sugar, may our, rightful place In Business, Polit- or even the luxuries. We have no

Beach Saturday.Mr. I rules to be kept in mind. As Dr. Jo- interfere with good habits. ical, and social life; give us the famine. Everything is plentiful except

seph Brennamann states, the child knowledge with which to do it. money, and it too would be
that is handled should anticipate Will Rogers observes that Roose-
properly Good schools are a necessity not a plentiful
and Mrs. Frank Cothern of were it not being hoarded.
meals with pleasure and velt talks French fluently knows
luxury. They are an investment
Pahokee, spent Tuesday here visiting Why hord money now when a dollar
I should be glad to eat properly. how to talk "real American" to the not an expenditure.If will
" Mr. and Mrs. Van Cothern. buy so much? If there ever wasa
Children should not be made to eat general public and can "talk turkey"to we disregard the interest of time to hoard money it was during

r Mae of Moore except ,at a doctor's suggestion. Coaxing the senate. That makes FranklinD. the child, and the future welfare of the boom when it was of but little
Green
Miss Eva anxiety and discussion must just about the most expert linguist the country, and think only in dollarsand value. We would not only profit
of Mr. and Mrs.
the
,r/ Haven was guest never be indulged in. The child must in the world today-and how cents, we cannot afford to let our by taking advantage of the extreme
Roy Green Wednesday night. not feel that his eating is an objectof he will need it to talk sense to the schools go down. Our property eoonomic conditions by spendingmore t

Williams interest or a cause of unhappiness. senseless and the. addlepated folks would depreciate in value to a far freely at such times as this,
of
Mrs. Catherine Way-
among our population during thse greater extent than the small savingsin and spend less recklessly during
cross Ga., recently arrived for a visit rA wide range, of foods which are days of reconstruction-Winter! Ha- extra in taxes would amount to. boom times, but such an action on
with her mother Minnier. '
Mrs Harry
I as ,nearly natural as possible, for example ven Chief. hart of those with foresight would

fruits instead of fancy des- ave a tendency to keep the pendulum
Eddie of Canal Point
Brewer a erts will keep the child from devel- LOSTStrayed
from swinging to such extremes.
: former Clewiston resident spent Wed- "Did anybody drop a roll of bills
oping cravings for highly-flavored or Many of who read this articleno
friends. with a rubber band around them? you
nesday in Clewiston visiting or Stolen, on Arpil 8th One
made
dishes. Small helpings, attractively asked an old gentleman in the trol- doubt feel like those who read

\. ; served, with no comment, I ley car. Setter Dog, White With Liver Colored after me during the boom but if you
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Alston announce
l should be'the rule when new foods Spots. Reword if Returned will clip and file this for refference
r (L.:c. ? the birth of a nine pound baby girl are served. A time when the child is "Yes, I did" said several voices. to two to four hense feel,
years you may
I born! t othem at Moore Haven yester- thoroughly hungry should be selected "Well, I just picked up the rubber J. E. Frierson differently then.

t L I day. and something the child is sure to band," said the old 'gentleman. II I I I -E. L. STALLINGS

Mr. and Mjrs. J. J. Hill, accompa- .

nied by Miss Margaret Archard, of

r Ft. Myers were in Clewiston Sunday
: visiting A. J. Hill.
A GENEtAL I ), MOTORS VALUE

I Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Wetherington

I, and Miss Eva Mae Green, of Moore

; Haven were visiting friends 'here

[f. Saturday.
I I r 8B8 Now you can ? 8B6 1he

Mr. and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson and

family and Mrs. L. R.' Johnson and
Miss Ruby; Johnson' were visitors in buy a

West Palm BeachSunday. Chevrolet Master.Sht Spn"t Idoadster. ;: st< iT Chevrolet Master SI' Spori Cduprw xtYr'nt

.
t %
MRS. E. R/ Fontaine and Mrs.- n.': )
;,: t% <...:
Lloyd Sparrow returned to their >:, ':#'t CHEVROLETSIXCYLINDER' .t.n:;>;:t
$?' '.%# 5Y'p A.h< ,.. KF :'S,a .Y.:y
homes here Saturday from Tampa ? %(' ) ?>Y : % :; .SA;ry.Y .,. n/.9
r where they had spent the previous y.fi. r !,i r. a ::lr/;, : ;:2+
r week. '

t' ,Ly::? r: ra 4;f

f Mrs. C. L. Downs and Troy Pur- :

year returned Saturday from Dalton, 888 :.Yni Yfy 88
Ga., where they went to visit their

,mother. They report she is'much im- _

proved. CLOSED CAR

: ,, : +?? :Y.>. .<. 'h Chevrol t Master Slx.Sedaas. ? .; >
Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Bolyn of Tampa l
t .,E,.s' }1 .. $ >y.. .)
' sepnt the week end here as guests ;'[ 7.IX'; : 11 $.6 S axryf'r\.f.

E f' of Mr. and Mrs. J.. A. McGehee. MT. is{: ad ..}r ...p>:. .. .. ,
Bolyn is chief auditor for' the Tampa .G.<,,!?rrriS rnr. ?;.:{',;;?s'r'r> a..v k '#vr{;;\ibj, { for as little as .7 d: 'J .C ;f n :,:.;!k v.. \..;.,> ?a\ .a + :: r..n.
i: ': .
f ;.yr..y..,.:.:? :: y. 0 = '. .. < %% ; ,
tfr.yt.n2rr. yJ >tt 4 ::,
r.r? < sfr.f :y' Z ) v yS,4{ '
district 1t > +
s of the Standard Oil company. ::; ? ; : :x: : 2 h>?y : '

( VvSt.j w'/v /ssiVTs: ; r ij
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LADIES AID SOCIETY MEETS

WITH MRS. MILLS. $445


The Ladies Aid Society of'the Clew-

iston Community Church met at the
All prices /. o. b. Flint, Mloh. Special equip-
home of Mrs. E. C. Mills last Thurs- men t extra.'Low delivered prices and
day for the regular monthly business G. M.A. C. terms > t\
..:x.e Chevrolet.Master.Six Coach easy eChermlet; N3aster Six Town.Sedan
and social meeting.

Among plans discussed and
decided -
'--
: .
upon was benefit bridge which ...:iY.e .n/. r+.x.r, .,. ; (.6 t, .yyyk,., :':f; ,
.n7.4 >
will be held at the Clewiston Inn / r..ra >,_ S w/ V2y > + rty.a rn.b:
next 'Etutxf r I1.f.US.TRAT1rR..(:A 0Vls THE,. .?CHEVlt 4lETMA5T1RS. .
Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. > < f m* T '
: f /Mfftf ff fosffA f Sf fjf v %v T.-VV Ms'1 > X N
.. .. ,. .. ... .,. .. .. ., ,
Mills in charge of arrangements. :%v..,/..:n.,,,?fui..w.d.::.,.n.rr3',.:,,.rr...,;...l...,..,..r.y/.;.; ..r.:.,r...!.?..;:;,.r.F:a...........,,...r.. .:......,.:.,.:.:.,......:.%:.. .::nq.,.,.......:.....:;..,..."..,.:.;........r...;;. ...?.n.,.%...r..r.:nr..,,:.;r..w..r\o-.:...:. ;., :c' .. Sys'a}.d.77t:'+):;$?f".;.r.a :;. .:n,>....,.,>;n..i,,.,.n"::\ca.y.t.rry .ao..a.,r.;a,,:,.'20 7+..i +.\..,.:,..,..\n.. :
: ; : ; ;
{ The next regular meting of the .n.'!QS.., ,.. ..::t;, .... .. .. .. .......... .. .. ... ... ..,......, .. ....,....,.,,. .... ..,.. .... :? '' .
society will be at the home of Mrs. f..w,.f..,..,,,.:,r..r...f.1..:.r r fn.,.n.err.r.' .. r rr..:. :..:. .....r..?. ......;:.....v r.::.........n.. .::3..:...,.t .. r:,F....a...;;r.n.?....... ..\..l.f.lk. .\R r ::..,,.e.y,?.r.,, ;J: .:+?.:.).r < a,:a.iF: >.,,y:.:=;\>' a.y...:. :U...a...: .,a:">'r'r : .\ ,2. .h a

J. E. Beardsley the first Thursdayin r y!

May.

Those present at the meeting last

Thursday were: Mrs. J. E. Beards-

ley Mrs.' J. E. Earl, Mrs: Morrow.

Mrs. Joe Dougherty, Mrs. D. Lamer,
Mrs. G. B. Thomas, Mrs. N. A. Niel-
' sen, Mrs I. M. Pafford Mrs. R Y. r u... 'The.,Chevrolet standard Sox CoaGh:'r. The Chevrolet Stattdau'd.Six Coupe ,. .The Gh evrotet Standard;S3 Iip r..

' Patterson Mrs. W. T. Bailey, Mrs. : ,:..:. ..,. .. /1" -> \- .: : ,. with rumble sesixl
yf r. ; } y. .
l '>
'
{ < :4 453 fn: S3jj J ; : \ : \ ,
I. D. Leydig, and Mrs. R. Q. Craig. ;b ,r p.-i <% F { .;.1 +,
f ; \a v-
Both MTS. Nielsen and Mrs. Craig .tf,;/y .;;.,%1dr. ; f. : .
} Jo- iFF%}' dfi E ff ., p y' 4 : : 7 \ \
gave delightful Easter readings. .>f.rs.i.f: <.. .. .? !l ff t ; n yo- \\ ,.qr.y?<,4.
;
?;:>?%a'w, 3'LUSTRA'IA/; A .OV.E THE;.>fvRECEl'F1LYANNOUN.CED NCHEVkOUT, S'fANDAR.DS' IJt
ii. ... ; .. .d:#tvr ,..??.,.,. .Y, :p .k .2yF e'a 'tyh.y..3.. U> ,
Y\ ;
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JOINT HOSTESSES ,}V. '>
. HOLD PRETTY >l 4ydi.. ; F nY.
PARTY AT WATANABE.One .


of the prettiest ,parties of the

,year held was yesterday the afternoon afternoon bridge at the affair Wa- TWO LINES OF CARS-TWO PRICE RANGES

y tanabe hotel, with Mrs. C. W. McDon- 1
"}
ald and Mrs. F. R. Maxwll, as joint .

hostesses. ONE HIGH STANDARD OF QUALITY ;
t The large dining room of the hotel, ,

h, ) in which tables were arranged, was

s' I beautifully of colorful decorated Spring with flowers.a profusion Now-for the first time-there are two lines of Chevrolet Sixes Ventilation. Both have silent second gears and smooth, fast,

'? The guests invited to spend the -the Standard and the Master. Body-styles for everybody. six-cylinder engines. In the Standard Six, you enjoy all
afternoon were: Mrs. G. M. Augur,
Mrs, J. H. Allen Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Prices for several different, groups of buyers. But only one these advantages-at the lowest operating cost of any full-

.';. Mrs Mrs. Fred W. C.Hill Worth, Mrs, Mrs F.' Deane W C Owen Duff,, standard of quality, and that's the very same high standard size car on the road. In the Master Six, you get all these

Mrs. W. M. Redelsheimer, Mrs. 'E. R. that has made CHEVROLET the greatest name in low-price advantages, and many more, in an unusually large, luxurious
Fontaine, Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, Mrs.
t 11, J' J. W. Ezelle, Miss Elizabeth West transportation! Both Standard and Master Sixes offer models car, along with the greatest all-round economy of any car

v Miss Mae Drew, I rsI. M. Pafford, with wood-and-steel 'bodies by Fisher-equipped with safety of its size. And Chevrolet prices are now as low as $445-
Mrs. M. E.
Yenawine Mrs. H. J. B. ,1/,
Scharnberg, Mrs. B. A Bourne, Mrs. plate glass in the windshields, and featuring Fisher No Draft for the Standard SixCoupe! -

' C. H. Berner, Mrs. C. L. Downs,
: s':
Mrs J. E. Beardsley, Mrs. R. Y., Patt-
erson, Mrs G. B. Thomas, Mrs. Leah '

Spicer, Miss Marion Leydig, Mrs. G. :
B. Rackstraw, Mrs. Ivan VanHorne CLEWIS TON MOTOR COMPANY

Mrs. W. C. Hooker, Mrs. D. G. Als-

ton, Mrs. A. A. Munroe, Mrs.: R. T.

Mitchell, Mrs. Armstrong Mrs. Tom

Deckman, Mrs. Dan Deckman, Mrs. Clewiston : : : Florida



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.' FRIDAY, APRIL 14, 1033: 'I
PAGE FOUR THE CLEWISTON !NEWS '.
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NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY of Chapter '14777, Laws of Flor-,
VICKI BAUM'S "GRAND HOTEL"IN NEW HANDICAP RATINGS I RESOLUTIONWHEREAS (I FOR PASSAGE OF ida, Acts of 1931, relating to, .
BELLE GLADE WEDNESDAYThe Okeechobee Flood Control Dis-. ;
New handicap ratings have been it is deemed advisable -! SPECIAL OR LOCAL LEGISLATION trict; repealing Sections 13, 14,, [i I ,

closest approximation of a made for players frequenting the and to the best interest of the 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20,. 21; 22, t
genuine "million dollar" cast is of- Clewiston golf course. Those show- City of Clewiston that the enforce- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that 23, 24 and 25, of said Chapter,

fered Metro-Goldwyn-Mkyer in bring- ing an" improved game, have been cut ment of the penalty provided by law at the session of the Legislature of 14777, Laws of Florida, Acts, of I

ing to the talking screen Vicki Baums down, Lloyd Sparrow, pro, said. for the non-payment of taxes for Florida to convene in April 1933, application 1931, relative to Okeeicho. ee
sensational novel and stage hit, The new' ratings are: Dave Alston, the year 1932 be not enforced as to will be made for the pass- Flood Control District.
'"Grand Hotel," which will head the 16; Jack Barrett 14; Ed Butler 27; such of 1932 taxes as may be paid age of special or local legislation, the Dated this March 23, 19'33. "
Theatrefor I prior to June 1st, 1933; substance of which will be, as follows BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS:
at the Everglades
program H. A. Bestor 20; Victor Blate 33; FLOOThCONTROL
OKEECHOBE'B "
THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED : OF ;
two days.Although Kit Bowden 20; Shirley Bowden 16; NOW, IDISTRICTBy :
BY THE COMMISSION OF Act relating to Okeechobee
definite figures are not Herbert Blate 21; E. W. Digges, 35; An F. D. DUFF, 1I
IN SES- Control District amend- 1'
CLEWISTON Flood ;
available, it is known that Director J. L. Dumas, 15; Paul Deam, 35; THE SION CITY ASSEMBLED OF ,: ing Sections 9, 10, 11 and 27, ViceChairman, ,{1;:
Goulding had under his supervisionthe F. D. Duff, 14; J. W. Ezelle, 26.
greatest aggregation of major 1._. That______ the_n_ navments of 1932 City*
Fred Flanders Jr, 40; F. A. Flan-

ion stars picture ever assembled camera as before a picture a: mot-cast. ders Sr., 35; Father Finnegan 22; B. of prior Clewiston to Juno taxes 1st, 1933 shall, without be accepted the ..,.........................................................NN.. ..............................................................................MNN.. .. ..N... ....-.'.,-..,.;N... 1
C. Flaniken, 29; Earle Fontaine 13; the A. -
What they totalled 'in salaries can- collection and enforcement of .
N. Gallant 22
A.
F.
M. George- ; ;
not be learned, but unofficial esti- penalties provided by law. X
mates outweighed any Jimmy Harrington, 29 ; A. L: Hack- 2. That the ,City tax collector be ;.'f. .1. r. i
agree they
ett 20; H. R. Hall, 16; J. J. Harrington -
directed to
he is hereby carry
other talent outlay on record. and
11 ; E E. Kelly, 18; Charlie Lov-
As Grusinkaya, the Russian Ball out the provisions of this resolution. i
vorn, 17; Hubert Land, 30; Leslie
That this resolution shall not hOLE
3.
erina, there is Great Garbo, whose CLEWISTON
Miller: 40; J. W. Moore, 40; Jay W. construed affect I
to II
be
last picture, "Mata Hari, broke box in anywise : st I
,Moran 21; Charlie Miner, 30; V. H. a's not be
such City taxes may
office records throughout the coun- any
McCarter 31 W. C. Owen, 18 M. :i: s.
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to June 1st, 1933. :::
try. Paired with her as Baron Von paid prior '
P. ,Peterson, 16; C. V. Parkinson 40; 0'i
this the .
Galgern, who enters- her room to 'Passed in open session C ",
Prewitt 25.
W. C. of A. D., 1933.F. "I
steal jewels but remains to fall In 3rd day April, y '
love, is John Barrimore, recognizedas Hoomes Rich 27; W. M. Redelsheimer D; DUFF, MayorJ. X '.
the foremost romantic actor of 30; L. C. Sturgess 22; G. H. A. McGEHEE, ".s. ..:: 1' '

American stage and -screen. Small 30; Emmett Shelley 19 ; Tom R. Y. PATTERSON, }.. .;..

For sex appeal-Joan Crawford, Shelley 3; 'L. O. VInson 17; J. W. MALCOLM W. BIGG, { ..
White 13 and Parker Wilson 40. Commissioners.
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box-office
another breaker of records ; !

Is cast as Flaemmchen, the sex- Ladies' Handicaps Attest: :: :s.Z.f l '
W. : ..
appealing stenographer who finds MALCOLM BIGG, .
Handicap rating of ladies playingthe '
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happiness and tradgedy often go local course have been set as" follows Clerk. y ? "

hand in hand. Wallace Berry essays : Mrs. H. A. Bestor, 46; Mrs. F. y:: ::: ,
the most dramatic role of his careeras D..,Duff, '18;' Mrs. R.Fontaine, 60; Notice of Intention to Apply For

Preyslng. The militaristic indus- Mrs B. C. Fanikenv, 50; Mrs. Tom The Passage of Special or Local ..... FOpen to t the Public Jb i \

trial magnate unfaithfulness who trifles with with dire dishonesty Shelley, 45; Mrs. Fred Hill, 50; Mrs. Legislation: j

and Leslie Miller, 60, Mrs. W. C. Owen, +
consequences. Notice is hereby given that at the y .r
: 40 Mrs.
45; Mrs. J- P. Percy, ; W. C. s
Lionel Barrymore, awarded last regular session of the Legislatureof 1'
Prewitt, 45; Mrs. Phil Peterson, 50; Y
year's acting trophy from the Academy the State of, Florida, to convenein Y _
Mrs. Evelyn Pace, 45 Mrs. Hoomes
of Motion Pitcure Arts and ; the month of April, 1933, applica- Y i
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Rich 40; Mrs. W. M. Redelsheimer, ::
for the of
tion will be made passage
Sciences has the grand characterization
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26; ,Miss Elizabeth West, 50. special or local legislation the sub- y ..
of Kringelein, a himdrum fact-
stance of which will be as follows: y h
clerk who registers at the Grand .
ory Ali YY "
Act relating to South Florida .:.
COMMUNITY CHURCH NOTICE ..
Hotel to enjoy a brief period of District
Conservancy ; amedning sec-
splendor before he dies. This is his -- tions 5, 6, 7, and 19 of Chapter :+: Moderate Green Fees :;:
second appearance with his brother Every Protestant Christain in 13802, Laws of Florida, Acts of i '

John, with whom he recently playedIn Clewiston and ,vicinity is invited and 1929, relating to said South Florida Fairways : \
"Arsene Lupin." should attend the Communion Ser- Conservancy District; Providing for Exceptional
Stone as Doctor-Lewis Stone as the levying of taxes or special as-
the shell-shocked doctor and Jean vice at 10:45 o'clock 16th on Easter at the morning Com-- sessments upon lands within said :: Interesting' Greens :: :
Sunday, April District for the 1933 and sub- I
Hersholt as the porter who is anx- year s + _. J
munity church in Clewiston. sequent ; Fixing the time within :s:
years '
'
ious about the birth of :
his baby, .s
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Christians cannot afford to remain which certain tax sale certificates "
head the large supporting cast which -

{includes Robert McWade, PurnellB. away is cordially from this Invited service.to the Everyone Easter issued for by said non-payment District of may taxes be assessed redeemed -- .............................................................................................................................................................................vv. .:.J

Pratt, Ferdinand Gottschalk, Raf- ; Determining the amount of '
service with special ,Easter music,
aela Ottiano, Morgan Wallace, Tully benefits which have accrued to cer-
at 8:00 o'clock in the evening. Dr.
Marshall, Frank Conroy, and others.In tain lands within the District; Pro-
who has been the minister
Bailey,
all, some seventy individual partsare viding methods whereby certain tax : -
here for the past six extends
years sale certificates be redeemed
,
in the picturization of the play, may
all of them important regardless. of this cordial invitation to all. and certain taxes may be paid;
brevity Making certain sections of the Re-
vised General Statutes of Florida applicable '
to said District and valida-
INVITATION TO EVERY WOMANIn STATE OF FLORIDA, ting certain doings and proceedingsof STOP ;

COUNTY OF: HENDRY. the Board of Supervisors of said .

( rhyme-more or less) Know all men by these presents, District. at' our place anytime during J

On Friday, April twenty-first, at that I, Wm. R. Hay, Clewiston, county DATED, this March 15, 1933.J. .
hours.
three o'clock or so of Hendry, State of Florida, do by B. Jeffries, daylight l
President Board Supervisors. .
these
presents appoint, constituteand
The P. T. A. will hold a meeting
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Won't plan to ? make Chas. N. Williams my true :
you go '
Please join the very faithful few who and lawful manager for me and in NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR LOOK : I Ithe

never miss the day, my place and stead to take charge of TAX DEED _',

And put some pep in every step to my business as renter and collector, note its clean: ;>, < ,;1
help the P. T. A. and other official business pertaining Notice ,is hereby given, that Fos- place over; : :, _

It needn't cost a penny, and it isn't to the Hendry Investment Co. of ter Meredith, holder of part or tax and sanitary methods. ,I,H ",

very long; Wm. R. Hay at Clewiston, Florida.To certificate No. 1042, dated the 7th ,; '"" ,"" ,

You won't be asked to speak a piece, sue and prosecute, compromise, day of July, A. D. 1930, has filed {. 1

or play, or sing a song; collect and settle all' claims or demands Paid, cer-tificate'in my office and made : "j
You won't be bored by dusty talks, due or to become due, now application for tax deed to issues LISTEN :

or given work to do, existing or hereafter to exist in my thereon in accordance with law.
f
Unless you volunteer to help-it's favor. To adjust and..pay all claimsor Said certificate embraces the follow- to your own convictions. fi

strictly up to you. demands which now exist or may ing described property situated in i

i Just bring your knitting, bring your- hereafter arise, against me, either Hendry County, Florida, to-wit:

; self, and bring your interest, connected with said business or otherwise Lots 14, 15, 16, Block 412 Why gamble cleanliness, purity and j

To show that anxious too Clewiston
you are "
that your child have the best. In which thereof I have hereuntoset The assessment as said property sanitation against a few pennies? i

f Don't take it just, for granted that my hand and seal this 10th day under the said certificate issued was 1

they're under Wisdom's rule; of December, 1932. in the name of A. J., Wilder.

Determine .now to pry, inquire, inspect Wm. R. Hay. Unless said certificate shall be redeemed Clewiston Dairy Co. \dV'z j
and know your school! J. Lang McDonald, WitnessR. according to law, tax deed .

So leave your jig-saw puzzle for the E. Nowling'Witness. will issue thereon on the 17th day TELEPHONE: 333 ;

cat to disarrange Sworn to and subscribed beforeme of April A. D. 1933. ,

And wend your way on Friday to a Notary Public. Dated this 17th day of March, A. DRINK MILK FOR HEALTH !'
the meeting for a change. I c. w. MCDONALD, D. 1933.

' Mfarjorie B. Wallace, president. i Notary Public, State of Florida at (Seal) William T. Hull I

large. My Commission expires Sept. Clerk, of Circuit Court Hendry .
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i EVERGLADES FAIR CLOSED ON 3, 1933. 317124130.| | 4-7J14./ County Florida ii ---- '

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tion. It was said by the fair officials in Iffiffi

that a record number of persons attended -

during the five days.

' Some of the finest displays of fan-

vegetables grown in the lake sec- When

tion were on display at the Fair, and You Want Safety m
the number of varieties that are pro- You Invest

duced on the muck lands was the
most out standing feature of the fair. !ER: 77E

I The choicest products of the fields e EER

of the Everglades were arranged to !: If you are the average person you have had all the get-rich- invested. Real '''estate has never taken the count, and as long EER \
the best advantage. Beans, peppers, qUIck. promises you care to have regarding investments that
!: as this great country's population increases, it never will.
tomatoes, egg-plants, cabbage, celery, for no fault of yours turned out bad. loony of, these investments Every dollar you have invested in Building and Loan is I
as well as a host of other vegetablesand blue and others
were pure sky many straight promotion 'secured by first-mortgage real estate security on some one'sschemes.
semi-tropical fruits were seen I Others were no_ doubt good but world-wide financial home-the Castle of the American Family. Come what may,

on Merchants display. of that section reported conditions have made them bad also. this security will never .get to the point where it will embarass R!:
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a brisk business during the days of !:n The basis of all wealth In America has always been real es- the investor.' Yi t

the fair. !:f1 tate. Depressions have forced it down temporiarily but it The American Home is the only type of security' Building Y; I
has always come back stronger than"before, and has made the "
and Loan can offer you. Investigate and we know you will !Fi
Visitor person who held on more than a fair return on his money : .
: "I am collecting for the Yi invest.
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Poet's Hospital. Will you contribute? :
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