The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: April 28, 1933
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
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notis - ACA5652
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System ID: UF00028415:00420
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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.i "i i.i I:; THE CLE\JSTON N w

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Be Senior Class With Mrs.
Play"The BeardsleyThe


Box of Monkeys" has been next regular meeting of the

) LOCAL GOLF TITLE selected as the title for the Senior NEAR COMPLETIONIAIES Ladies Aid society of the Clewiston AUDIENCE TUESDAY

class play, which will be held during Community church will be held next

,I commencement week. The exact date Thursday afternoon, the first Thurs-

I the show will be given has not been in at the home of Mrs. J. SECOND
ON LOCAL COURSE; GETS announce The play is a two-act MUST COME FROM: LEE'S E. Beardsley, just East of Seminole COMMUNITY: : PLAYERS IS

HANDICAP RATING comedy.The OFFICE AT THE Farms. The meeting will be a joint CLEVER MYSTERY;

CUT TO THREE four members of the Senior CAPITAL social and business meeting. KELLY STARS

class and one member of the Junior --.-

', L Tom Shelley, already three times class will make up the cast. The second production of the Com-
E. G. Hauslett, a member of the To Hold TryOutsFor I
'\ golf champion of Clewiston, annex- munity Players, Oh, Kay, was pre-
r state auditing staff, who has been
:: ed his fourth win in six tournaments sented to medium. sized audienceat
Pahokee. Will Have conducting an audit of the books and 3 Hats
,', I here Sunday when he ended the first records of former Tax Collector J. MondayTryouts the Clewiston school auditorium
:'i\ : nine holes in par 36, five up over Tuesday night. The funds raised

," .'1 ::,.,;',.'. '. his opponent Hoomes Rich, and added Negro Beauty ShowThere L.nesday.Taylor His, was visit in to Clewiston Clewiston Wed-is I I for'the next play of the by the production will be used to

''a; 1" one more hole lead over the young build a fund to construct a commun-
; taken an indication that he has com- Community Players, entitled "Three
j 13th to end II ity house in Clewiston.E. .
engineer on the green
were no dancing contests pleted the audit of the tax collector's Hats," will be held at the school
the championship match in theMen's colored attrac- E. Kelly, playing the part of
between people as an books, and is waiting word from his auditorium Monday niglit at eightp.
Spring handicap tournamnt 6-5 here I tion at the All-Everglades Fair at department chief before being sent m. Mrs. N. A. Nelison, director, Grandpa Pembroke, easily was the

Sunday afternoon. Pahokee this month, and as they had to other business. He has been on announced yesterday.The outstanding character of the mys-

Shelley's 36 in the first nine equals been a feature at the Bean Festivalsthe an audit of the 'collector's books in next play will be a straight tery comedy. Mr. Kelly's role was

-Y the course amatue'r record held by I absence of the contsts was noted LaBelle' for the past two weeks. comedy, and ,according to the play that of the comic old man nearinghis
Shelley himself. Tom stood a good and commented on. To meet the de- dotage whose family thought he
i iI The practice of the auditing de- reading and choosing committee of
i his record inj mand W. G. Stovall is going to put was too old to be of protective ser-
lower ,
chance to own
I I partment is not to give out informa- the club, it is one of the best foundin
I this, match. As he teed off the ninth''i on one. tion as to the findings of their au- the large selection from which vice.

tee his medal score was 31, a par Mr. Stovall went before the meet- ditors. The ,first offical informationwill they choose the plays. Another outstanding character of

;/ I Sc home for a 35. He smashed out a (ing Friday night of the Pahokee be given out from the state the play was Mrs. Agnes Peterson
All interested in taking part in
'k long drive but pulled his second toI( council with a proposition and the capital, and will come from the of- this third performance of the Com- whose protrayal of the part of Gram

;. the left of the green, taking a five 'j council agreed to license the showon fice of J. M. Lee, comptroller Pembroke, a confirmed hypocondriacwho

I 'II on the hole.' 'I| payment of a fee of $25.A Mr. ,Hauslett came to Hendry county munity Players are requested to be had a pill for every ill and imaginary -

1'j Rich played his usual brand ofj I "negro beauty contest" will bea at the urgent request of the at night, the in school order that auditorium parts Monday be as- i ailment. The role of Gram
part of the show, with dan'cing'acts I Pembroke difficult to depict
was one
golf but stood no chance against, county commissioners who had sent
signed and work begun as soon as
j. a par golfer. and the dates are May 4, 5 and three appeals to the department to but the part was carried out

I 6. The show will be staged at the have check made of the books of possible. admirably by Mrs. Peterson.
( a
'j : Par out...._ 443 543 544 total 36.
Bean Festival grounds. the former collector. The requestwas The Story .
Shelley out 443 544 435 total 36.
first made in January, shortly Diggans Talks On The story of the play centered
Due the
to improved playing
R "' after the present collector, Frank around Gram Pembroke and Gramp.
: Gets Share ofRace
i: ;. ; each of these golfers during the past County
Pembroke and their daughter Evelyn
Dougherty, assumed office, and as OfficersLeRoy
each received cut
month have
l. they a
the state administration was chang- Whitman (Mrs. W. C. Owen) and
,.' in his handicap rating.; Shelley was Track MoneyA
ing hands. The change in the per- the young aspiring authoress, Mrs.Whitman's .
;;: cut from 8 to 3, the lowest handi-
sonnel of the department was givenas Diggans, district governorof daughter, (Mrs. Tom
\ the club and Ric h had his
cap of ; check for $10,461.20 was received the cause for the three months de- Kiwanis, speaking to the club on Shelley, and the gay son, (Bobby
sliced from 29 to 27.
rating Wins Contest by W. T. Hull, clerk of the lay in getting the audit. an official visit Wednesday night, Hare).
Moian Driving commissioners this admonished the members, of the club In the first of the play the four,
board of county
F 4 .' Following the Shelley-Rich finals : who stand behind all governmental characters have their attention cen
.' contest and week from J. M. Lee, comptroller,
w. a driving a putting con-j officers; in all matters of major importance tered on Black Terror, a super crim-
(: the county's share of revenue from
( test were held for prizes donated bye;as and to keep the officers inal whose bold activities are self-

Lloyd W.Sparrow Moran and first Tom prize Shelley.in the I the The 1932-33 funds were racing, placed season.in the general AB C On 601d posted on the feelings and wishesof advertised. The, aged Mrs. Pem-
Jay won I
fund of the and the club in matters effecting the broke inherits a small fortune con-
contest for with John revenue county
driving men, the section represnted by the club. Mr. sisting of a quantity of jewels which
$4500 was immediately spent
j- few
Mowry following a yards ) purchase of $9,000 worth of court Diggans made a short talk to the, she is anxious to place in safe keep-
to win second place. fall Nine-tenths of the questions which club and conducted a round table ing in the bank vault the following
bonds which not to
Mrs. H. A. Bestor won first place' house are have naturally arisen in our minds discussion after the weekly luncheonat morning. The three women fear for
in the liadies driving contest fOllow-I due until 1953-54-55. The bonds I
concerning the president's inflation theClewiston Inn. their safety with the super criminalat
: ..... Mrs. Hoomes Rich'in second had several hundreds of. dollars in
.,__ "" --- -ed-by- interest attached which I program are concisely answered in After the luncheon, a meeting of large and believed to be in the

place. ,I coupons ,the following "ABC on Gold" whichis the board of directors of the club immediate vicinity, and with only
means a sizeable saving to the coun- I .
Contest Tied.
Putting I ty court house bond fund. Mr. Hull reproduced from the Fort Pierce was held at which the district gov- the old man Pembroke and the,youth
_. The putting contest ended in a, News-Tribune. We commend it to ernor received detailed information Art Whitman, to protect them. Both
tie between H. A. Bestor H. Elate was in Clewiston Wednesday to de-
| readers and its careful
_. our urge con- on the club's activities and general Gramp. Pembroke and young Art
F. D. Duff. A. N Gallant and Tom posit the state warrant.
; sideration. An understanding of the condition.Lt. Whitman are equally anxiousto, have
Shelley. Each of 'whom ended the 9 real meaning of the forces at workin
M. L. Hemmenway, in tempo- the women realize that each is hero
holes with an 18. Pahokee Pastor Will the economic world will preventany lives
rary charge of the U. S. engineers enough to ably protect
F. D. Duff won the blind bogey public hysteria or unfavorable
office here was scheduled to speak : and the inherited jewels.
with a net score of 74. Address School FridayRev. action now or later. but the official visit of the district Gram. Pembroke placed the jewelsin

There were thirty golfers playingon The "ABC on Gold" is worthwhile governor postponed the engineer's the bottom of the telephone but
the Clewiston course Sunday afternoon -from the first question to the last of
talk. It will be given at a later unfortunately tells the members
28 of whom took part in the J. A. Tolle, pastor of the answer: I
date. the immediate family where they
Methodist of Pahokee has I
field events. I ,
What has happened in the money I are hidden. The telephone is rung
accepted invitation to speak at the '
situation in Washington? sevral tims and weird voice crack-

,1 EVERGLADES EXHIBIT; promotion ton elementary exercises school of next the Clewis-Friday So far the actual happening has Figures Reveal Cost ling through rasps a out "Gram. Pem-

been the announcement that exportsof broke jewels." The old man keepsa
afternoon. Rev. Tolle is to select
his gold abroad are not to be permitted of School OperationThe huge shot gun in the corner to
own topic.
'j for the present. protect the family and young Whit-
PLANNED AT CHICAGO The promotion exercises, which is
What practical effect has this an- man carries a small calibre pistol.At .
tf., Cof" combined with the annual May Day nouncement had? ( following table gives the cost an exciting moment in the play

1" program, is scheduled to begin at It has made the dollar worth less per pupil per year in each of the 67 (when a shadow is seen to flit across

MINIATURE SUGAR PLANTATION 1:30. This exercise will mark the abroad. counties of Florida, and is re-printed the window) the men find .their

"Pi, AND VEGETABLE GARDEN TO closing of the term for the elemen- Why? because of the general interest in weapons useless; Gramp's gun is

". ? BE TRANSPLANTED tary school. Because foreigners who have bal- school work and school costs at this unloaded and Art's is loaded only

,:.tt .. \ The program, which is in chargeof ances in New York are unable to time. The average of the state is with blanks. No one will explain.
Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, teacher of the
withdraw them. The prospect of also given for comparison. Many of the lights mysteriously go
DeLand Florida 22 Work Finally
:t/ April sixth grade, is announced as follows -
1 of moving a section of-the mysterious having to wait 'an.undetermined time those counties which have a very low out and during the brief interval of
'' ) : for their naturally would cost per pupil are those West Florida
Everglades to Chicago where it will money darkness a door is opened by unseen -
Song "Welcome Sweet Spring-
'irIJ1' to'be counties which have a large
cause dollars worth less negro hands and the telephone containing
form an important feature of Flor- "
time. the entire school.
by population, and this reduced the cost
ida's exhibit'at the Century of Pro- (Continud on page 4) the jewels vanishes from the
Poem Gloria McDuffie.
pupil as the schools are
gress exposition, has been begun, fol- per (Continued on page four)
Violin solo, by Athlea Ford.
cheaply. The lengthof
,,, ,,\. held NEW IWSINESS operated very
lowing a conference here be-
Health play by the second grade.
term in the various counties also
', '
tween E. W. Brown, manager of the
:'r; { Florida exhibit; Foster Barnes, sup- Play Song,, by by the Laurence first grade.Guthrie. A new business is to open in Clew- varies.) GOMEZ ANNOUNCES
County Pupil CostAlachua
The announcementcomes
iston next week \
.,. .' erintendent of plantings, Charles E. Song., "Alma__un_ _Mater'_____," .hv_" the _sixth' _n___ from Edward Burnette, who ..........m..m....... .?27.58
Plastow, of the diorama studios and .
Dr. R. V. Allison of the state experi- grade. says all will be in readiness to opena Baker .__..................................... 29.56 SENATE PRESIDENTSenator

mental station at Belle Glade. Presentation of "Neatness" awardsby filling station: and sandwich standat Bay ...._.._........_..____.:................. 21.06

Mrs. J. W. Ezelle. the corner of Francisco street and Bradford ........................._........ 24.61
As a result of that conference, a
Introduction of speaker, by Prof.M. Sugarland Highway, opposite Als- Brevard .................................... 53.33 Arthur Gomez, of' Key
large space, directly in front of the
agricultural building and immediately G. Langford. I ton's drug store. Broward .............--..............-....... 36.26 West, state senator for the districtin

,; adjoining the much-talked-of living Address, by Rev. J. A. Tolle. Mr. Burnette has been in Clewiston Calhoun ....m..m..m__............ 24.38 which Clewiston is located, has

orange grove, has been securedfor Song, "Going Home Song," by the for some time, as manager of the Charlotte ...........m..m..._........ 52.48 issued letters to Senators announc-

the reproduction of a miniature entire school. I American Lunch, in the Hay build- Citrus ......__..____........................ 47.93 ing his candidacy for president of the

I Presentation of certificates and ing. Clay .......................................... 38.00 Senate in 1935.
Everglades plantation and
ter vegetable sugar garden. In win-I non-tardy records, by E. L. Stallings, Collier ...................................... 68.89 The senators had previously received -

the plantings will be dwelling and superintendent of schools. JUNIORS WIN FIRST GAME: Columbia ...m.......................... 25.94 an announcement from Sen-

other Farewell, by Roberta Spicer. Dade ........................................ 43.54 ator Clarke of Monticello, who also
buildings typical of that sect- r-
.. ............... chair in the
ion of the state. The methods used I The Junior Cane Breakers team DeSoto .... .. ..... 29.13 seeks the presidential

for the draining and flooding of Ev- Two-Ball Foursome began their baseball season with a Dixie ........_.._....................... 41.49 Senate chambers. It is understoodthat

{ bang when defeated a Duval .................._.-............ 46.12 at least two other senators will
erglades plantations also will beshown. Sunday they .
junior team from Belle Glade 11-10. Escambia ..................__'...._..... 34.89 announce' their aspirations for this

In the center of the space set Feature for SundayA The game lasted only seven innings Flagler ......__...._....................... 47:.72 place before the session is brought to

aside for the reproduction of the Everglades by previous agreement. Bat- Franklin ....---..._......__............. 33.16 a close.

will be a reproduction of a special event is scheduled for ting honors were given Bill Hooks, Gadsden .... -...................._....... 22.02 i ItI lis customary for the hold-over

typical Seminole house made of palmetto the Clewiston Golf Course Sunday who smashed out a home run with Gilchrist ..__.......................--.... 41.58 |members of the Senate, that is those

:.J', poles and thatched in the most I afternoon. This event will consistof the bases loaded. Eddie Clarke also Glades .:................._..............-... 44.12 ,who are sure to return for the next

;($; approved Seminole fashion with pal. two ball foursomes. The ladiesare did his part with the stick, get- Gulf ......._................................ 35.13 sssion, to hold a, caucus at the end

metto fronds. especially urged to take part in ting a triple with one man on base. Hamilton ....:.....m--.m...... 17.99 'of each session! to nominate a candi-

,f In this house, in addition to dio- the event, Lloyd Sparrow, pro, said. Fielding was said to, be poor on Hardee .___..........._.................23.17 date for th epresidency. The choosea

ramas and balopticans illustrative of Pairings will be made at the club both sides. JleivJry __._......._____...__...... 67.44 member who is not a hold-over,

"; Everglades life, will be exhibits of Sunday afternoon. All players who Since the first game, the Clewiston Hernando '.............................. 32.79 i|one who must run for office in the

Seminole handicraft. Several 'car- wish to enter the contest are askedto Juniors, who are under the auspicesof Highlands ....:...-................ 46.77 next election. In the past the hold-

loads of Everglades muck will be see the pro some time before 1:30 the local Legion post, have received Hillsboro _............................... 41.76 over nomination has always resulted -

shipped at once to Chicago to form Sunday. Fall handicaps will be used some new equipment, and are Holmes ............._...__. .:.........22.71 in election.

the soil in which the sugar cane in arranging the event. Arrangements ready to return the game with the Indian River ....._..............._..... 40.31))r The president; of the Senate would

fields and vegetable gardens will be may be made any time before Belle Glade boys Sunday afternoon Jackson ......:................:........ 19.40( succeed to th govrnor's office' in the

"f L grown during the fair. 1:30 Sunday. at Brown's Farms. (Continud on page 4) event of a vacancy.



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:M:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N N:N:N N N:N: :N:"#**:* will get a little boost. And after'
The Clewiston News : thinking over the situation I've come :t, ..

Published every Friday in Clewiston, TOO LATE TO BY to the conclusion that the gang ain't |L
... Bagasse '
after all. Two hundred :
t t so crazy
CLASSIFY M more families would buy a lot more '. ?.
Inc. 9 ..:..:..:-:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:":;: I I groceries, buy more gasoline, have ..' .,'. .t

Well, it looks like Florida is go- more automobiles to repair, and ev- -y.

Entered as second class matter Well, after sittin' around and come to the conclusion that no mat- ing off the corn liquor standard and rybody would profit by this Increase. I |' '
February 1, 1927, at the Post Officeat .
watchin' this legislative stuff for ter what you hear about anybody or will adopt foaming suds as a song- Incidentally, maybe some of : -. :
Clewiston Florida under the Act .{
to the -
three weeks I've made up my mindI anything up here, it's a lie. provoking beverage. The Senate, new families would subscribe
of March 3, 1897. .. '
don't want to be a politican. I'd I've met most of the members of bless their dignified souls, tacked on Clewiston News. (/'

much rather die a natural death. the House and Senate and if you ask! an amendment which requires all o-o .

A newspaper devoted to the best 'They don't permit any lobbin' up me they're a pretty darn good bunchof confirmed beer gurglers to sit at In making the rounds for news, .<' ,-

interests of Hendry county, Florida.It's here, but you'd be surprised how fellows, a little above the aver- tables to Inhale their beer. They we bumped into MTS. Flossie John- '

leading newspaper. many tourists there are hangin' age, as human beings go, I'd *say. must have learned their drinking son the other day and she sprung 4 .. pone

'round; it's just like Miami before Considerin' all they have to go thru, from the French frogs who take a about a farmer who was so disgruntled )'bA\'(." ,.f.J

Subscription rate, per .ear.$2.00 the bank holiday.I what they've got on their chests and glass of cognac and sit at tables he was ready to quit the

Outside of State of Florida--....$2.50 I saw a member of the legislature what they're up against, it surprises for hours sipping and shrugging. and farm and get an honest Job withlots'

sittin' on the porch of the Floridan me that they're as good natured spinning tall stories. of work to It. Neighbors, feel-

hotel the other day, so I took: a seat and courteous as they are.I o-o ing sorry for the poor fellow, triedto
Business Office, Clewiston News, in back of him. The looked cheer him up and make a few
poor guy believe the bulk of 'em are You gotta hand It to Pap Kelly.
Clewiston, Florida. Editorial and :to how he could
felt as
I so tired and worn actually. sincere'and honest and came up hereto He's turned out to be a regular John suggestions
Advertising, same. him but do think make few extra dollars. One of ,\
sorry for you to be more exact Pap a
do their best for the state and Barrymore, or
they'd let him rest? Not on your them suggested that he raise some
the sections they represent. They could take the place of Charlie .
INSURANCE OPEXS THE WAY life! He hadn't any: more than gota comedian the stage. poultry. "Lordy me," he said, "I'm u
went to work in earnest the first Chaplin as a on 1 '.
FOR MANY GYP SCHEMES.:: load off his feet before a lobby- to so. hard luck, if I tried to raise poul-
week and they're stickin' to it. No Look what he did Tuesday night .. .
lizzard eases over and takes a chair matter what they do, they will be the audience of Oh, Kay. Pap takes try the darn chickens would'eat it '... '

The natural desire of a person "in beside him. After the preliminarieslike wrong in somebody's opinion, but his trusty shot gun and holds it on I all up." : ,f<

business, or owning piece of prop- "nice day" and "have a cigar"he I their judgment has been pretty goodso Liz West while the audience roared .

erty, is to protect it against condi- starts his high pressure stuff.It far and they .seem to be makin' with laughter. He had the audiencein JUST ANOTHER HOOVER JOKE -" '.'

tions. There are many forms of insurance was really pathetic. I stuck a real effort. They'll make some mis- his hands all during the play- The Democrats have cooked up a :.;

for the benefit of the around for an hour and durin' that new''joke on Messrs. Hoover and Mel ; ,
prop- takes, they're bound to, but it won't and it was Pap's first appearance on -. '"
erty owner, which are straight for- time eleven different hounds cuts in help matters any to start razzing'em. the stage. Well, it's a pretty good lon. It never fails to arouse laughter ';

ward business propositions and wihch on the little dance that my legisla- unless Republicans are present. :
Remember, we've got, some thing King Vidor or any of the pic- ;,'
are classed as investment.Too tive friend was tryin' to sit out. darn serious problems to iron out ture directors did not 'happen to see The story goes that Messrs. Hoover ',...

many time, however, this desire The bed-time stories covered ev- hadwe'd and Mellon died and went to Heaven ;
before this thing is over and the Pap a few years ago. If they -
to protect one's will ery subject from bonds and beer to pausing to knock .at the Golden .
property boys need your support and encour- never know him except by some ,
open the avenue lined by "gyp" ar ticks and tax. Talk, about bananaoil agement as much now as they did stage name such as "Michael O'Kelly'or Gates. St. Peter came out and ask- ,

tists waiting to nab the unsuspecting and baloney, boy, you should'have during the campaign. something. No doubt but that ed their identification. They gave
heard it. When these birds get but he had not !
customer. Not all insurance, i is Pap "took the show." him their names '
classed in this category-far from started on you, they'll just about / o-o '
It-but there are many persons who drive you out of your mind tryin' to Tomasello, Jr. is nothin1 short of a had their records with them. They --1
ring-tailed wow and it'll be a long Speaking of theatricals, Clewistonis ,:
make it
can bear sad testimony that the slickly help you up. had not."Well.
there have been insurance 'peddler So far there are about a thousand time before they find a better one. certainly show conscious. The ," said St. Peter, "you wait
It's a genuine pleasure to watch Ham Club and the Community Players "
does not always speak the truth. bills up for consideration and that I here until I go and look you up.
1 that boy work. He's got plenty of are looking in crevices and bring- ''
In our own community very recently means a thousand questions for debate He returned in a few minutes but ,
there have been insuranc eped- and two sides to every question.In pep and snap and he keeps things ing to light talent none of us even Messrs. Hoover and Mellon were ,

dlers who have sold beautiful sound- fact if there were only two sidesit movin' and at the same time keeps thought of. Imagine making a hard- gone-and so were the Golden Gates. ,
boiled detective out of :Mary Kline,
ing policies-and the buyer has yet wouldn't be so bad, but up here everybody happy. Exchange. x
out of Petersona "'.
to receive the policy for which he there are three sides, one guy's side Over in the Senate, President an woman Agnes '

paid his good money.It the other guy's side and the right' Futch seems to be gettin' along alright society dowager out of Clara Schil It was noticed this past Easter, ;s

is surprising the class of trade side, and then on top of that I under- with his little school room. Of ler, and converting John Mowry in'toan says the Tampa Tribune, that 1931

most of these oily tongued salesmensell stand there is an inside and an out- I course some of those upper class- Irish cop. To say nothing of and 1932 men's suits were in style. ,-.
lots of others whose talents have
the bogus policies to. It is not men are a trifle ha'rder to handle,
side.There ';\
'to the merchant, and business man may be a few guys on the but they haven't thrown any spitballs been discovered during the past the-

who probably carries his insurance inside, but there's a darn sight more so far and it looks like they atrical season. Next thing that '

with a local agent, one whose repu- of 'em on the outside. Most of the were just about ready to settle down might happen may be out making of Char-a [ .. .A&. ."

tation for honesty he knows. It is talk you hear is as loose as a run- to work in earnest. So don't expect heavyweight champion

the small property-owner who has to away horse. They have a flock of too much of 'em and give 'em a lie' Miner. l'\

attaches at the capitol call veri- break and I'm bettin' 0-0
scrape deep into his pocket book to they they'll come "f

dig up enough money to pay the fiers, but you take. one of these wild through with some legislation that Your orator (as lawyers would -

first premium. When they do not rumors to 'em and try to get the will go'a long way toward solvingour sayj went up to the Coast Line sta-

receive the policy they are at a loss darn thing verified! I've just about problems. tion and had a long talk with Roy .

to know what to do. Green the other day and the

course of conversation did not

Here in Clewiston during the past I era with regard to liquor and its BEWARE OF THE HOME"RACKETEER" turn to news events, but Roy did o
two weeks have been
we told of four
management. Every effort shouldbe spill a few beans on the depot floor
persons who have failed to receive insurance
made by every decent citizen to about what he and a crowd of oth-

for which they paid. Their make this new era as nearly perfectas for Clew-
ers are planning on doing
stories are all the Some smooth The Lakeview, Michigan, Enterprisewarns
it is possible to make it. Espec- iston. And when I say "doing" for Printing';
salesmen of a "home racket" which is
talking came around valued -
ially should we make sure that none Clewiston I don't mean "doing Clew-
their houses and them wrote out now being worked in various parts of i
of the mistakes which were responsible iston for." You'll hear more about i I

the details for policies, which, they for the wickedness of the saloonor the country. our little 'conversation later on. As ) I '

said they were to receive in five days, the crimes of the speakeasiesshall This year a great many patriotic it now stands there is a group of Good Work 't .:J''
but didn't. citizens are preparing to do new .
Upon invstigating ,
they be repeated. In expressingthis business men here who want to do Prompt Service i
find the name of the buildings, and make improvementson
company ap- sentiment we feel that we Now don't
some you : .
pearing on the receipt is not the existing property, in order to pro- Right Price
should find agreement among' wets throw your shirt in the air and
same mentioned by the salesman. But vide employment and put money toAork.
and drys alike. shout "real estate It's
The home racketeer is taking .j:
one which sounded much like
very a It will be difficult, of course, to nothing like that.. They want to
well known concern which is knownto advantage of this. He Is always, of I r
find at once the perfect way or to here who have
bring in, some people
I -l
be very reliable. Even after course, a perfect stranger and his
eliminate in advance new evils that a real back-to-the-land spirit, and I I
writing to the whose method of operation is to get a home.
company name are sure to appear. But it seemsto don't mean lying with their backsto I
owner to sign what he believes to II
was on receipt, and informed
were us that we will be taking a step '
the ground trying to figure out I
be an improvement contract, under I I .
that that
company does not havea in the right direction if we seek to what kind of a gamble they will Give Us Your
the guise of providing much needed
salesman by the name of thaton '
prevent the control of retail sales make with produce. They want men I aF
the receipt. employment. In most instances,
from congregating within a few who are willing to work for twelve Next Order .
Profit doubtless, the owner signs it without
by the loss of others and I
hands, or within the hands of one months a year and who will live on ,
do a careful reading. In reality, the :
not have to I ,
pay so bitterly for individual or group, and if we refrain some of this good land here whichis
your insurance lesson. documents he signs is a lien on his I
from levying such high taxes not being put to full use. It's a
which is at transferredto
property once I. j jI
and licenses as to prevent effective kind of colonization movement ''in I
a third party, who often forces
BEER AND ITS CONTROL competition with the bootlegger.Beer which the backers won't get a darn
the home-owenr to pay, whether the
and wine, under the new madeor cent more than the rest of you folks
stipulated improvements are
experiment, should be sold by every that if this section will I I'
With the return of light wines not: In no case, according to the They figure sL
I restaurant, drug store, grocer or other of hundred I .".
and beer to Florida, if the senate I Enterprise, is the work ever finishedas support a couple more ,
concurs in last week's action of the legitimate concern or law-abiding agreed. families that business in all lines
citizen that wants to sell it. It shouldbe .
house, there phould be unanimity The moral is, don't do business .:...":.' .
regarded by him as only one ad- I I
among all decent citizens along one with strangers. Do it with a con'cern M

line at least: the sale of these bev- ditional commodity which he has to which is known to you, and )
should be sell, like milk, coffee, or coca cola. I A I
erages so regulated and preferably one in your town. It i
His profits from the sale of beer ,
controlled, if not by the state, then will do the work as agreed, and at .t
should be but small of his
a part
by the cities, as to effectively elim- at an honest price. It will give local
total profits, and the promotion of
inate bootleg competition and pre- workmen labor. The money you The Perfect Food
such sales but a small part of his
vent a return of the evils generally spend with it will go to its employesand
whole enterprise. It should be made
associated with the days of the open to the employes of, numerous
saloon.It impossible for one man or one groupto
other industries which sell the local
was not so much obtain control of all beer sales Milk is the Easiest Food
the effects of concern supplies, an son on. Put to Digest '
within a certain city, where all their
liquor itself which
brought about the
those idle dollars to work in honest
revulsion of feeling resulting in the profits accrue solely from the sale hands.[ 1

Eighteenth Amendment of beer, the promotion of which be- T The children rush in -.
as it their
was Yes, it's time for a national prop- to .1
comes paramount to them, and influences -
revolting spectacle of a saloon on ev- erty-renovation campaign,. but. thereis

ery corner, with the high pressure for them its "protection.to seek, control" of politics no room in it for fraud. Do all meals eat quickly and hurry J
salesmen .
of the
liquor trade
the improving you can but go to i
At the same time the retail priceof .
lating business
among clean but your local dealers and workmen. Re- )
out to play.
such should be made .
weak-willed beverage aslow' i
youths, and the saloon
member that the cost of improve- ,
kings themselves zealously protect- as possible. Some highmindedbut mentsof al 1 kinds is now at the low-

ing their rights by an insidious con- misguided individuals may seek est in years-and remember, too, T In order for them to get the .' j.i
trol of with the best intentions in the worldto
politics which
differed very that jobs a're better and cheaper .
little in graft and corruption from levy high taxes and exact huge'! than charity.-Industrial News. full benefit from their food it must .

that which so often has characterized licenses in order to raise the price I

the reign of the recketeer.And and discourage sales, but by so doing I be readily digestible. ;:
again, it has not been nearlyso they are only encouraging the boot- :

much the bootleggers' legger and helping to foster an evil
poison liq-
of Milk
uor or the younger generation's gin condition which is primarily respon- golfers, strangers to each Plenty keeps them

parties which have so altered public sible for the downfall of prohibition.The i other, happened to meet on the links.

sentiment regarding prohibition as way to prevent the return of "See that girl over there?" asked growing and husky ,'

to bring about its overthrow, as it the saloon is to disseminate the con- one. "Imagine her parents allowingher )

has been the rule of the bootlegger trol of retail sales. The way to eliin to appear in public in plusfours.Just CHOCOLATE MILKBUTTERMILK SWEET MILK : ,"

himself, his control of enforcement inate the bootlegger is to undersell copying men's clothing." ; BUTTER ._

agencies, his influence with city ad- him.-Sanford Herald. "That sir, is my daughter," said '

ministration, prosecutors, and the the second golfer. Clewiston Dairy Co.

courts themselves, the organized More than twenty-one thousand "Oh, pardon me. I'm sorry thaf I \ .

crime which the system has protected people are directly or indirectly dependent I didn't know you were her father." TELEPHONE 333 f.

and the hi-jacking racketeeringand on the railroads for their "I'm not; I'm her
"death,.rides" which have grown livelihood. Most of them are home- DRINK MILK FOR HEALTH :;

out of it. and The States to
owners tax-payers. Unless our United according
All appearances would seem to Indicate railroads prosper these people cannot an exchange, is backing President i"I

that we are entering! a new Roosevelt 103.2 per cent. -___ --


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rt; Dr. S. J. Simmons, jr., of Arcadia, j
.X'<"XK X"X"XK"X"X x x..x..x..;.
.: was a visitor here a short while Tues- 1111
::, ... day. .. FOR SUNDAY, APRIL 30, 1933 .. .Combination MarmaladeTo CLEWISTON 60LF 'i'

Subject: Jesus sets a new' stand make combination marmaladeuse : ...
Mrs. A. V. Lill left this week for ard of living. fruit in the proportion of one *

'. a short visit with her mother in Golden Text: "And as ye would orange, one grapefruit, and one lem- i .:.
Vero Beach. that man should do to you, do ye !! COURSE : A
also to them likewise." Luke 6:31. on.Wash and run the fruit througha .j. i

H. R. Hall, C. L. Downs, and Emmett Lesson Text: Mark 10:13-27. food chopper, add three times the {
Peloubet's Sunday School notes bulk of boil 15 .'. :
Shelley spent the week end In water; for minutes .
; West Palm Beach. gives this introduction to the lesson: and let stand over night. Next morn- 'i' .. .. .:.
" In November of A. D. 29, when our ing boil for 15 minutes or until .:; ,. .:.

; R. E .Kurtz, Fort Myers attorney, Lord's enemies made it necessary for peel is tender and let stand again. y h A

was in Clewiston on business Mon- him to leave Galilee, he foresaw When cold, measure pint for pintof A

day afternoon. that his sacrificial death should take sugar and cook over a rapid fire y? Ah
place at the next passover. Where until jelly stage is reached (220 degrees -

R. F. Hixon and B. C. Burnette, should he spend the intervening five F.) A variation maybe madein

of Tampa, were here on business months? Peraea was held to extend this by adding, when sugar is to the Public
Tuesday. from the Jabbok on the north to the added, one cup of grated pineapple i[ Open ] r

Arnon on the South, and within this previously boiled for 5 minutes.

Mrs. Fred Hill and Mrs.\ E. L. region, probably, the concluding ministry Orange batter Y hY
Wednesday in West of Jesus was conducted.
Stewart spent A most delicious and wholesome"spread" : h
I Palm Beach. Luke' gives us our account of the similar to apple butter, may ., AX

events of this ministry up to the be made from oranges. It spreads f

Mrs. G. O. Wallace, and son, Al- time of our lesson. They includedthe better than most marmalade or jellies .. ',', :;:'
den, were visitors in WEJ3t Palm sending forth of seventy disciples and is not so sweet. Use only .. h
Beach Tuesday. as travelling evangelists; many fine quality fruits. .:. .:.
rich discourses, especially the '''glor- ? hY
To make, wash thoroughly,
Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Ward left Sat- ious parables of the good Samaritan, remove any blemish spots, stemendand .::
urday for Perry, where Mr. Ward the great supper, the lost sheep, the core, and seed. Then cut into Moderate Green Fees :!=

went to visit his mother. lost piece of silver, the prodigal son thin slices or better still put through :: ::
(the crown of all the parables), th? food chopper, using fine blade. Cover Exceptional Fairways ;

Blanc superintendent, andL. unjust steward, the rich man and with water and y i
C. C. ,. cook until product is ::
J. Kempf, general yard master of Lazarus, the Pharisee and the PUb-: tender. This usually takes, several :: Interesting Greens :_

the A. C .L., of Lakeland, were hereon lican. Also the chief of our Lord's hours. For a perfectly smooth pro-

J business Monday. miracles, the raising of Lazarus, to duct, put through dilver or fruit :: :i:'
j 1 r accomplish which Christ risked his press. .

W. E. Cooke, of Tampa, who is life by returning to Bethany. It is I I Add granulated sugar, using only "q' .............................................................................................................. .......... ...... .. ......... ........H.H.. ............
interested in malting fertilizer at most suitable that our Lord's clearest half the weight of the fruit taken; "

Clewiston, spent a few ldays: of this I and most blessed teaching' con I
cerning childhood should come next
week here on business. that for each pound of fruit cook- Butter a frying
is pan and sprinkle
in[ the account. ing down a precept for all men, but
ed, half pound of sugar is added. 1-4 inch of graham cracker crumbsin
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dean and "And they brought young childrento for this one man., He was testing
Cook the mixture rapidly, in heavy it, pressing them up on the sides.
him that he should touch him but
''r 'family recently left for Benton Har- tern. Christ's test for us might
bor Mich\ their former home, where :Some of them were infants, as the be something quite different. Christs aluminum kettle, stirring carefully Pour in the custard mlxture.uncook-
until a small sample when cooled, ed, and cover with a meringue made
will reside. word used by Luke in his account disciples are not called upon to leave
they has the desired consistency, usually by using 3 egg whites and 3 table-
implies. It was customary among the world literally, but, through liv-
"i Mrs. .I Johnson, who 'had the Jews for mothers to ask famous I I ing in it, to live above it. Our sav- beyond the llying point. spoonfuls of sugar. Brown in a

. ; been, in a hospital in West Palm teachers to lay their hands on the iour did not pray for those nearestto Chiffon Lime Tie before moderate oven and let set one hour
serving. 6.
",:' Beach for some time, returned to heads of their children and bless 'him that they might be taken out Mix 1 can condensed milk, 1-4 cup-
1 ; her home here Saturday. them; and these women who had received of the world, but that they might be I ful evaporated milk, 3 eggs, and 1-3

good from Jesus brought delivered from evil. j i cupful fresh, strained lime juice. SUBSCRIBE :FOR THE NEWS
their children to him,,That he should Ion
> W. T. Hull, clerk of the circuit
I.j" court, of LaBelle, and E. G. Haul- touch them, not simply that they

" f.' sett of Tallahassee, were in Clewis- should touch them.
':, ton on business Wednesday. Then "his disciples rebuked them O
that brought them." The disciples

Mr. and Mrs. F. K. Foster spent pushed the mothers and their child-

the week end in Everglades City. Mr. ren away, because Jesus was so busy
Foster returned Monday, _while Mrs. discussing important questions.' SAVE WITH A NEW CHEVROLET

Foster remained at her home there. "But when Jeus saw it, he was

," much displeased, and said unto them

..-. Mrs. Joe Dougherty, Mrs. W. P. suffer the little children to come
Vaughn 'sr.' and Mrs. Harry Vaughn unto me, and forbid them not;; -for Save purchase price 0 Save on gas and oil

were guests of Mrs. Frank Dough- of such is the kingdom of God" ,

erty in LaBelle Thursday. The children were humble and

their minds could easily receive the Save upkeep .
on ,
k LeRoy Diggans, of Del Ray Beach, teachings of Jesus. We must have a ,:

district governor of Kiwanis, was in childlike heart to become a child of '..
Clewiston Wednesday night to attend God. A child is dependent on its .)-, ;.," ..:.; :.

the weekly luncheon of the Clewiston parents for protection and care. So ,.1,;t Ji; '''t .-rlLwlwlWLU..1.1.Je ,, >.' :/.':
club. those who accept and follow Jesus

and come wholly dependent. on him I \ ,
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Hartin and for salvation. '":I. "
family of Turk Creek, spent the :'
The "* indicates [ ;
" following mark !F :
{ week end here as guests of their
that part of the scripture has
:. daughter, Mrs.\ W. D. Tidwell, and been omitted.

::< family.
Jesus said, "Verily I say unto you,
whosoever shall not receive the
kingdom -
J. E. Willoughby, of Wilmington,
of God little child he shall
chief engineer of'the A. C. L- was as a ,
.:' not enter therein. And he took themup
here yesterday making an inspectionof
in his put his hands
arms upon
th tracks of the Haines-City-.
them, and blessed them."
Clewiston district.
4" What shall it profit the parents,
if they become members of all the
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot, who
card parties, and social clubs but
came to Clewiston a few weeks ago -r
have moved to Pahokee, where Mr. weaken the moral and religious life ANNOUNCING THE NEW TOWN SEDAN
of their children?
Broadfoot is stationd by the U. S.
Greet another brilliant to the
The lesson then gives the parableof newcomer
Engineer. the rich young ruler. "There "- Chevrolet ranks: the Master Six Town
Sedan, smartest, most colorful car ever to
came one running and kneeled to
J' .( "j. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Wintle, of Ft. brighten the low-price field, priced at only
him, and asked him, Good Master, .
Myers stopped here Wednesday en $545, f. o. b. Flint, Mich.
what shall I do that I may enherit
route to West Palm Beach. Their
eternal life? And Jesus said *-
daughter, Eleanor, spent the :day
Thou knowest the commandments, : You'll less for a Chevrolet than for
with them in West Palm Beach. pay any t
(',: : Do not commit adultery, do not kill, I
. ';l do not' steal, do not bear false witness -I other six-cylinder closed car on the market.
I BIRTHDAY HERE. SATURDAY defraud not, honor thy father You'll spend less on it for gasoline and oil than you would'
and mother. And he answered, all
i these have I observed from my youth. on any other full-size automobile. You'll also spend less
/- '; Little Gene Mills, four year old Then Jesus said *- unto him, One "I see this Chevrolet StandardSix
.. son of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Mills, cel- thing thou 'lackest; go thy way, sell is advertised as the lowest- to keep a Chevrolet in first-class mechanical condition.

..... ebrated his fourth birthday here whatsoever thou hast, and give to priced six-cylinder closed car."

Saturday afternoon with a birthday the poor, and thou shall have treas- "Well, at $445, it certainly is a Then, in addition to saving all this money, think how
party to which he" invited a number :ure in heaven; and come, take up great buy."
of his little friends. I the cross, and follow me. And he much better off you'll be in every other way. You'll own

." After the afternoon of pleasant was sad at that saying, and went '
a big, comfortable Fisher Body car-a fast, dependable
.' games, in which prizes were awarded away, grieved; for he had great pos-
to Gloria Freeland, Barbara Jean sessions. ,And Jesus sith *- unto smooth-running six-one of the smartest, most attrac-

McDuffie. :Bruce Beardsley, Jimmy his disciples, How hardly shall they tive cars on the road today-and the most advancedcar
Butler, and Caroline McDonald, a that have riches enter into the king-
delicious course of fruit punch and dom of God! And the disciples were ever to appear in the low-price field. SAVE-with

cake was served to Eleanor Percy, astonished at his words. But Jesus
.f Billy Redelsheimer, Betty Jean Mc- saith '*- unto them, Children, how. a NEW Chevrolet!

Duffie, Jimmy Butler, Gloria MuDuf- hard is it for them that trust in
't" .. '. fie, Joan Crouch, Anthony and Billy riches to enter into the kingdom of "Remember-in the old car, you
Toulis, Grace and Mildred Ward, God! It is
?' easier for a camel..to go always wanted the front.window
<< Bobby Montgomery, Faye Mitchell, through the eye of a needle than fora open, and I wanted it closed?"
;"' Ina Clarie Morrow, Solon Mills, Julia rich man to enter into the king- $445 TO $565
{ : Anne Oglesby, Janice Winn, Emily dom of God. And they were aston- "Yes-thank goodness for this

I,). "jr;, Joyce Bullen, Joe Brinkley, Margery ished, *.-- saying among themselves, Fisher Ventilation. Now every-
body's satisfied. All prices f. o. b. Flint, Mich. Special equipment extra. Low delivered
\.1t':: Allen Lois and Barbara
;: Anne Tid- Who then can be saved. And Jesus :
.-;,. '.--": prices and easy G. M. A. C. terms. A General Motors Value.
" ; .. well, Sonny Vaughn, Marjorie Dou- saith, With men it is impossible, but ,
gherty, Carleen Bei'ner, Anne, Paf- with God all things are possible."

: ford, Buddy Dougherty, Mary Louise What one "inherits" passes to

Thomas, Elizabeth Wynn, Charles him by operation of law, and not bya
Miner, Betty Connell, Jimmy Connell, purchase or a gift, and if the
Betty and Edward Townsend, Gloria young ruler was to "inherit eternal CLEV ITO MOTOR COMPANYClewis4onFiorida
Freeland, Bruce Beardsley, Dickey life,' 'then he need not buy it. "
and Shirley Ann Owen, Dorothy Hare, A writer on the lesson says: "Go
Caroline and Sonny McDonald, and sell whatsoever thou hast, and giveto
Martha Harris. the poor." Our Lord was not. lay- :

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ABC ON GOLD FIGURES REVEAL COST being proclaimed a hero by the wom- ance of the day is being urged, due prior to June 1st, 1933, without the :

OF SCHOOL OPERATION en to allow their friend to escape. primarily to there being "an unpre- collection and enforcement of the i

(Continued from page 1) However, neither claim to have any cedentedly large number of mothers penalties provided by law. r'" I
Further, the expectation that the (Continued from page 1) knowledge of the disappearance of and dependent children who are 2. That the City tax collector be [

dollar may be made worth less in-. Jefferson ................................ 21.63 the telephone with the jewels. lacking" In basic necessities of life, and he is hereby directed to carryout t.. (h:

trinscally by a reduction of the LaFayette ................--............ 36.58 Later, the young authoress ad- such as food, clothing and shelter. the provisions of this resolution. f'- I.

amount of gold in it (the "gold con- Lake ...................................... 49.28 mits that she Is writing a detective Other motives are to discourage all 3. That this resolution shall not _

tent"), as contemplated by congress, Lee ...................................._.--... 41.73 story, and in order to get first hand commercializing of the observance !In anywise be construed to affect'. I'

creates still more uncertainty and so Leon .....................................26.84 Information as to how a group of and to further heighten the cultural !any such City taxes as may not be t U

tends to depress Its value abroad. Levy --.................................. 27.18 persons act when tremendously and spiritual values of motherhood. I paid prior 'to June 1st, 1933. r.. i

Liberty. ................................ 32.14 frightened had a girl friend to stalk Senator Copeland of New York nad f "
How far down will it go? Passed In open session, this the
Madison, ....................--.u....... 19.74 about the house regaled as the real Representative Jenkins, Ohio, have I
3rd day of April, A. D. 1933. ;
That will depend on foreign guessesas Manatee ............:..................39.81 Black Terror. But, she, too, knows I introduced resolutions In the Senate
to the amount by; which its gold Marion -...........................:....... 32.66 nothing of the real disappearanceof I and House requesting the Presidentto F. D. DUFF, MayorJ.

content will be reduced, and guesses'en Nassua .................................... 41.38 the jewels. issue a proclamation calling upon A. McGEHEE, .J '
the effect this reduction will haveon Okaloosa -..-............................ 22.08 The detective is still somewhat the citizens to express more definit- R. Y. PATTERSON, ") '

pricesWhat Okeechobee .............................. 22.73 perplexed and posts the two "men"on ely and effectively our customary MALCOLM W. BIGG, .

will be the immediate effect Orange ...............................48)00 guard while she taks a positionfor observance of Mother's Day. The resolution Commissioners.Attest .

of a cheapened dollar abroad? Osceola ................................ 44.59!) a night's vigil to capture the calls for "display of the U. : i

Suppose the dollar should be Palm Beach --...................... 45.75 real Black Terror. Later the de- S. flag on all government buildings, MALCOLM W. BIGG, .

worth only 8.7. francs, as it is today; I Pasco .................................... 41.41 tective% come in with the telephonebut homes and other suitable places," an Clerk.

a French importer would be able to Pinellas .-.-.._............................. 42.15 gives no explanation as to where expression of "the usual tokens, and I

buy an American automobile worth Polk -.-...................................... 32.97 it was found. messages of affection to our mothers """ ,

$1,000 for only $870 in gold. That Putnam ................................... 33.48 As the play nears Its climax a big and the making of contributions I :I

would increase the demand for other ,, St. Johns ................................ 38.63 man with the uniform of a sea cap- in honor of our mothers throughour EvergladesTKeatre !

American goods in France. So, for Santa Rosa -.-..........._............. 24.86 tain arrives at the house and after churches and other welfare agen-

the present, the effect would be to Sarasota .................................. 39.39 being admitted by the female detec- cies, for the relief and welfare of J I ImIIE

stimulate the buying of American I Seminole .................................. 45.01 i tive and covered with her pistol, he such mothers and children as may
exports abroad. Sumter ........................"............. 27.64 shows papers to show that he is be in need o'f the necessities of life." GLADE '

Taylor ........................................ 31.83 Capt. Whitman (Bob Mitchell) father The Golden Rule way of observ-
What will be the effects on farm Union ........n............................ 20.17 of the youngsters. According: to a ance of Mother's Day is founded on
products? Volusia .................................... 58.16 letter received he was not supposedto the deepest feeling of the human Friday, Saturday t .

American wheat is so much above Waukulla ................................' 25.59 reach port for a few days. Heldat heart, which, naturally seeking a I

the world market price that the effect Walton ....-................................ 26.69 the point of a' gun by the de- practical mode of expression readily Warner Baxter
on it would be confined to the Washington ............................ 21.21 tective he notices the absence of responds to the finer and more spir- \)

domestic reaction to the prospects Average ............................ 37.02 the telephone and begins to questionIts itual thinking.An Miriam JordanIN I
of monetary inflation. But there dlsapoarance... then purposely illustrated booklet on the Gol- (

should be an immediate effect on STUDENTS TO ENTERTAIN drops a cigarette on the floor and den Rule Observance may be had =

such exportable products as lard, AT PARENT-TEACHERS MEETAt discovers the phone hidden beneath free by writing the Golden Rule
cotton, tobacco, fruit and nuts. the; table where the detective had Foundation, Lincoln Building, 60 E.

What uncerainty is there in the the regular social meeting of placed it. As he bends over she 42nd Street, New York City. It con- erOVs ,L .
quickly removes his from his tains many suggestions for programs
continuance of this advantage to the Clewiston Parent-Teachers asso- gun .
pocket and forces especially adapted to church, club,
him to
American exporters? ciation to be held next Thursday, I aside f
One major uncertainty is the re- April 4th, the students will presenta just as Gram. and Mrs. Whitman school and home gatherings.Apopka -

action of foreign governments. They program for the entertainment of I and Miss Whitman enter and Chief. Yours 1

might attempt to offset the Ameri- the parents of the school. announce that the man .is an im- I
can advantage by increasing their Miss Mae Drew and Mrs. G. O. poster.-he is not the real Captain TWO FOR FIVE.

tariffs or by further depreciating Wallace are chairmen and have ar- Whitman. Then one of the fake The lively tale of a beau .

their currencies. ranged several numbers, including Black Terrors walks into the room Two dressed tiful girl detective on the
short and is quickly covered by the lady women, trail of a romantic
plays, music and short talks. rogue.
How will Washington seek to pre- detective, and a second later two strangers to this section, passed thru
The program and hospitality com- the Everglades last week and left in !
vent these defensive measures? other fakes '
are captured. In
mittees ask that those interested in ) tag- n
By trying to induce other govern- the real their wake a few two-dollar bills,
the school to attend this last meeting gers Captain Whitman (Phil ,
ments to agree to a general .stabilization of the school Peterson) badly wounded followingby which they had successfully passed Sunday, Monday, Tuesday
of currencies on a lower year. young Art Whitman also wounded. for five's. They had previously pull- 'l
gold basis and by negotiating recip- The climax is quickly reached i ed their racket on the East, coast. 1933'S FIRST
rocal tariff agreements. I as the identity of the. three fakesis Only one local merchant reports IMPORTANT SUCCESS I Ij
NAMED BY P.-T. A PRESIDENT having been "caught" on the rush-
What effect would an Increased presented and the Black Terror i
demand' for American goods abroad admits he knocked the real Captain change racket.
At a special meeting of the execu- They made a practice of entering Years '
have in the United States? Whitman out and took his uniform 20,000
tiv committee, of the local Parent- and papers, and admits defeat.A busy stores and making a small pur-
It would stimulate the export in- Teachers association, called by Mrs. spark of romance is thrownin chase, and apologize for not havingany
dustries. They would put more men G. O. Wallace, president, Monday afternoon the bill smaller than a five. They r
by brief love affair between
to work, more money would get into I ? the following were named, Kay 1\1 ill is and Art Whitman found tht clerks, anxious to speedup In Sing Sing
circulation through payment of to serve on committees during the Interspersed at the sale, took their word for the
points during the I
wages, so general business activity coming year.Publicity. three acts bits denomination of the bill and countedout
are of
comedyr, roars
would be increased. That would Mrs. H. R. Hall. the change.A I
I laughter-provoking furn-
cause an increasing demand for Program, 11iss.Mae. Drew and Mrs.F. deputy sheriff from Palm Beach
ished Gram
goods at home, and prices would F. Maxwell. by and Gramp. Pem- HIT! f
broke. !county was here a few minutes after -
rise. Membership, Mrs. W. D. Tidwell. I they had left Clewiston. They -'VITUSPENCER \
Would there be other Influencesat Finance, Mrs. H. A. Bestor. The parts of the fake Black Ter- were not found.

work to raise prices? Hospitality, Mrs. R. M. Hare. rors were taken by Miss Elizabeth TRACY

Yes. The expectation of a reduct- The Garden Club will appoint a West, J. W. Ezelle and Art. Law- BETTE DAVIS .f) ... .
would tend to a sharp advanc ein committee to have charge of beautifying C. E. St. Amand, and E.Z. Mann, .ii/I '
of Wilmington. N. C. and M. T,. Bradley .
prices, in the 1
especially speculative the school grounds. L'I
rence.OBSERVATION a-d L'C htf I
of Lakeland,
chairman I
of the appointed
What is the gold content of the committees will appoint two members OF Sebring, and C. I. Allen, of Lake Wednesday Thursday !
dollar? Wales, officials of the Atlantic Coast I
of the association to
serve on
It is defined by law as 23.22 grainsof the committee with her. MOTHERS DAY Line railway, were in Clewiston on MAE WEST

pure gold, or 25.8 of gold nine- official business Tuesday of this week. -IX-' !

tenths pure. DRAMATIC GROUP SHOWS OK Beginning with the approval of a 1
Does the gold dollar determinethe KAY TO AUDIENCE TUESDAY Congressional resolution by Presi- Found: One Spalding Kro-Flite Done"
number two iron. Owner She t
value of all our currency? dent Woodrow Wilson in 1914, the may have :
Yes. Under the act of 1900, all second in same by calling at the pro. shop.
(Continued from page one) Sunday May of each year
currency is made exchangeable for table. has been observed as Mother's; Day, Him Wrong j

gold. But that act was modifiedlast The situation is beyond the char- but this year a Golden Rule Observ- RESOLUTION

month' by a new law which acters. They hold an excited conference You may blush-But you'll I

gives the President authority to sus- and decide to call a detectiveto ;like it when Mae West sings
pend gold ; "'- WHEREAS it is advIsable
payments, in order to pre guard the house and lives of the deemed "Frankie and Johnnie" I
vent the hoarding of gold. r and to the best interest of the .
inhabitants. The detective arrives "A Man What Takes His
What is the gold standard? and turns out to be a Miss Kay LIBERAL REWARDFor City of Clewiston that the enforce- Time." j I I"Haven't
The gold standard means the main- ment of the penalty provided by law
Willis, (played by Mary Kline.) Inher Got No Peace of ii I
tenance of all currency on the basisof for the non-payment of taxes for i
very professional air she picksup the return of the diamond Mind.
the gold dollar of the existing the year 1932 be not enforced as to
threads of stories from three of bracelet lost during auto..tll'aincl'ash
weight and fineness.Are such of 1932 taxes as be paid
the may i'
members of the houshold. Gramp just West of Clewiston *
we off the gold standard? prior to June 1st, 1933; NOTE: This
and the youth confess to the .detective I March 1st, when two Ft. Mjers recommended for
Yes, because we are noe permit- privately and separately that omen were lulled. Finder NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RE- i'

ting withdrawals of gold, and be- each 'has had a friend to dress as please communicate directly' SOLVED BY THE COMMISSION OF M.'f

cause we contemplate altering the the Black Terror and perform mysterious with Fort Myers NewsPressFt. THE CITY OF CLEWISTON IN .SES- !!
gold content of the dollar. SUNDAY )
antics about the house. Each Myers, Florida. :
Why would the proposed reductionof from 3: P.
the gold content admitted that he had planned to \.. J 1. That the payments of 1932 Cityof :Ii i

rise? cause prices to capture the bogus crook and after ,_ = r ,.."",1.='''' "'-" ,.. Clewiston taxes shall be accepted I m .M """""'-' ;

Because if the dollar is made

worth less in gold by a reduction in

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dollars to buy a given amount of -

goods. So the prices of these goods .
would be marked up.
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and how long will the advance con- HiS When

tinue? You Want Safety !I

Nobody knows. Presumably the a You Invest .
administration will take necessary

vance.action to prevent any runaway ad- ififfi HiS

What effect would the advance in !ffi If you are the average person you have had all the get-rich- !Hi
prices have on debts? invested. Real estate has never taken the count, and as long
quick care to have regarding investments that
It would make them easier to !: promises you as this great country's population increases, it never will. !HiHi::
pay. for no fault of yours turned out bad. Many of these investments -
If Every dollar you have invested in Building and Loan is
prices of farm products, for instance : !fi
Hiffi were pure blue sky and many others straight] promotion
secured by first-mortgage real estate security on some one's
should be
up the farmer schemes. Others were no doubt good but world-wide' financial
home-the Castle of the American Family. Come what may, :::
would find the
interest on his mort- conditions have made them bad also. I
gage easier to meet.If this security will,never get to the point where it will embarass 5 j I

all these advantages can come IfiW!: The basis of all wealth in America has always been real es- the investor. Yi :
from : tate. Depressions have forced it down temporiarily but it
the ;
prospect of the
devaluing The American Home is the only type of security Building !: !
dollar has always come back stronger than before, .and has made the
why has there been such
op- and Loan can offer you. Investigate and we know you will '
position to it? Hiffi person who held on more than a fair return on his money invest. : .

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prices. But experience has shown HiHi !

there is generally such danger in HiHi i
attempting inflation, because of the
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difficulty in controlling it; that there
has been much opposition to making CLEWISTON HOME BUILDING ASSOCIATION Hi

the experiment. Under existing con- Fi HiHi
difions,: however
with the proposed
vesting of control in the Presidentit ififfi; !: !

is hoped these dangers may be

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