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: May 5, 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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System ID: UF00028415:00421
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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I GIVE WATCHES AS I Cast is Announced .
Harvest Season Ends With
For 'Step Husband'The The Quality of MercyIs


cv cast of characters for the play I Truly StrainedThe

.\ TO DEPT. HEADS "Her Step Husband," which is to : All local Records Smashed

be given In about two weeks by the. ,
Ham Club for the benefit of the St. quality of mercy might not .

: Two beautiful watches were presented Margaret's Guild, has been selected. have been strained in the days of 1--- 'I" _

I. H. J. B. Scharnberg, super- Those taking part in the performance the bard of Avon when he placed 1I I RECOMMEND PAROLE
intendett, and James P. Percy, assistant are: Fred J. Haggan, Gratton the words in the mouth of Portiain I I The 1932-33 sugar season ended
I by workers at the sugar house George, Roberta George, Mrs. Marjorie his Merchant of Venice, but we Because the costs of keeping them here yesterday, establishing an all-
I here Wednesday as a token of their B. Wallace, Mrs. Hoomes Rich, rat-tle in the county jail would be about time record for the production on.
esteem for the heads of the Mrs. G. A. Allen, Ivan ,Prevatt, G. O. I a tune in the grave if he $600, fours; Clewiston boys, who were the properties. The last car of cano
tion department.The produc-I Wallace and Ed Butler.A should know of the expensive costsof sentenced to the county jail for steal. was dumped into the bin at 11:15
e short one-act farce comedy, justice in some of the county ing gasoline here a few months ago, o'clock and brought the total ton-
were presented which was written and will be directed courts of Florida. had their parole requested by the nage of cane during the season to
and Mr. W.
.. Scharnberg had been named Percy by by Ed Butler, Is to be given Clewiston happens to be unfortunate board of county commissioners Tues- more than 400,000 tons, a vast increase -
Davis, who spokesman -
"S-S enough to1 be located 32 miles over the tonnage of any previous
for the factory employees. during the evening as an added at- day.A
traction. The play, entitled "A Wife from the county seat, (although mil- resolution to the state pardon season. The last bag of sugar
: Following is Mr. Davis' presentation Without a Habit," will require about eage costs are, paid at 35 miles) and ing board was prepared which said: was sacked last night.

speech: ten minutes to present. Those in it so happens, that a majority of the We believe a parole will The season of harveting which end-
<- "Disclaiming any initiative in these the cast are, Si Sias, Charlie Lovvorn court cases which are brought up save them for society and for civili ed yesterday equalled the longest in
'- := proceedings, but carrying out the Dummy Wallace, Roberta George, before the county judge are from zation, and if they serve the full the history of sugar production in

wi l es"'or'the, : employees of this op- Mrs. Wallace and Ed Butler. persons arrested in Clewiston, a time, 'ithey might become regular ,Florida. Yesterday was the 137th
eration, it is my pleasant duty to distance of 13.12 by the sheriff's criminals." The parole asked for day of grinding, and now the attent-

k convey to both of you, expression as taximeter. Go to the court recordsfor was only during a peaceful' and law- ion of the Industry is turned to mak-
from all of us of the most profound SCHOOLS MAY GET any month and you will find abiding life.SHOLTZ. ing preparations for the season of
appreciation of your kindly administration -
that Clewiston supplies most of the 1933-34 Already crews of men
of such of the Company's criminal cases. Is it that Clewiston are at work repairing the machineryof
J.. affairs as have concerned us, either BACK RACE MONEYThe WILL MAKE the
folks are inclined to commit breaches U. S. Sugar corporation and
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(h"'" :r individually or collectively."Your of the peace or does the fact thata making other preparations for the
I 1" patient, painstaking advice trip of $13.12 for mileage com- coming season. J. J. Harrington,
: in problems which have confronted ,school board may get the pared to a cost of 50 cents for La- BEER LEGAL TODAYSale vice-president and general manager
from time to time has meant '
!. us sum of $1000 to apply on teachers Belle arrests have something to do of the corporation said that the sum-
clearer understanding in connection salaries, if the state comptroller will with the number of cases? It is not mer's employment, In the sugar industry
i\\..., with our duties, and has engendered
permit transfer of part of the funds our province to say. of 3.2 percent beer, and wine:, would provide a substantial
: the will to do best in the service
our the county general fund received It has been said near the portalsof becomes legal in Florida today a s: pay roll In this section.
t i of the company, to ,the limit of our from the 1933 race track season. justice in LaBelle, that the finesin Governor Sholtz signs the measure :As the last cart of cane was dumped -

t several abilities. The comptroller has announced his each case of minor importancesuch passed after a 21-day deadlock be- into the mill yesterday the occas-
"There are men in whose names I policy as opposed to fund transfers.T. as fighting, disorderly conduct tween the House and Senate over ion was marked by the customary

1! am privileged to speak, whom we may R. Jones, principal of the La- and the like, are made "just enoughto regulation of sale and use of beer shouting and blowing of whistles and
never see again. Their friendly coI' Belle school came before the commis- cover the costs in the cases." So revenue. ringing of bells as the season clos-
':- operation in these proceedings is no sioners Tuesday asking for at least ,if you want to fight or commit any I Revenue goes into special fund ed. Hats were thrown into the air

I' less genuine than that of those of us $2000, saying that the county school I other minor infraction of the law, it I for determination by legislature later and, in keeping with customs in the
who to work with
hope you throughthe board was 2 2-3 months behind in might be cheaper to go to the coun- as to whether it shall be applied sugar industry, every man's hat was
years to come. teachers salaries, and that there was ty seat before you are arrested. direct to school support. thrown into the bagasse carrier with
( "To keep you both mindful of the not sufficient money in the school Counties, on petition of onefifthof h the last pulp of the season.
esteem in which'we all hold IIV
,:: funds to pay the teachers their sal- the qualified voters, may vote ata Increases Yield
j present ,you, in the name of these aries. He said the teachers Records at the house here
county Commissioners Set special, election on, the question of sugar
f- men, identical gifts which we have combined salaries was $3,200.. The outlawing 3.2 percent beer and wine. showed a vast increase in sugar

IV r had properly marked, and which we LaBelle principal said 'he was join- Beer may be sold by stores, res- yield per ton of cane over that established -
hope will serve you for a very longtime County Pauper ListThe
;" ed in making the request by M. G. taurants, hotels, clubs, boats, diningcars. In any previous season.
with such that
i fidelity you may Langford principal of the Clewis- No restrictions as to how or The sugar yield was very encourag-
1 not forget the spirit of" good will in ton school.. The figures were veri- county commissioners, at the when. But none can be ''sold to ing since the percentage of sugarin

fJ1;,' which In expression they are of given.their appreciation fied ,by E. L. Stallings, superinten-I May meeting in LaBelle Tuesday, revised persons under 18 years of age. the cane this year was an increase
dent who to the over the previous season, which in
came the county pauper list. Clewis- Dealers must get licenses from ,
I for the tokens, the superintendent Mr. Jones. county tax collectors. turn, showed-a considerable' increase
district the hav-
s- ._ .and Mjr., Percy added a word of ,deep I I ton was only one not the
over .
The county recently received $10- ing at least one name listed to receive General supervision of manufacture preceding year's average.Th
r praise for the splendid spirit of cooperation -
) 461.20 from the state its share of sugar production this season,
as monthly county aid. and sale put in hands of the
r': shown by the men employed the race track revenues. This, upon Following is the list of paupers governor. which is well above 220,000 bags,

at the sugar house. the advice of four of the commissioners with the allowance of each Cities and counties may levy up to Is also a vast increase over the bags
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.. They said, in part, Our work produced here in the 1931-32
? ; was divided into certain funds, and the number of his resident district 50 percent of state license fees. sea-
i' you has been a pleasure and...and $4,500 spent to buy $9,00'0 worthof : Fees for retailers are: Restau- son.
your cooperation appreciated by us court house bonds the Inter- Would Stretch MilesIf
plus Jackson Grainger, 5, $8.00R. rants and eating places accomodating -
as well as by the company. We trust est coupons. The rest of the fund H. Robinson, 4 $5.00 r less than 15 persons, $20; 15 to all the bags of sugar producedat
that all continue to work
we may was apportioned into other county Martha Buxton, 3 5.00 49 persons, $35; 50 to 99'' persons, the Clewiston plant this season
together in the same spirit of cooper- placed end-to-end would
funds. Nita Rhymes, V 5, 9.00 $75; 100 persons or more, $100. were they
ation to the mutual of the
I advantage" After discussing the advisabilityof Mrs. Hayes, 3 15.00, Hotels with less than 30 rooms, reach for more than 166 miles, or
company and. ourselves. making the request for transfer, Mrs. Ellen Tippens, 2 5.00 $20; 30 to 99 rooms, $35; 100 to from Key West to the northern limits
"I --- in the face of Comptroller Lee's an- Mrs. Annie: S. Lee, 3 8.00 299 rooms, $75; 300 rooms or more, of the city of Miami.To .

nouncement that he would permit no Mike Nee, 5 5.00 $100. Stage Celebration
NO CHARGES FOR other transfers, it was suggested' by Mrs. J. P. Hull, 5 9.00 Stores, shops and similar places $15. To mark the closing of the sea-

Commissioner, Dave ,Alston, Clewis- Ollie Kirkland, 3 8.00 Manufacturers of, 3.2, percent alco- son, the company is staging a huge

ENTRANCE TO FAIR ton, that part be transferred from Lena Etherington, 5 9.00 holic fruit juices will be licensed for celebration at the sugar house Sat-
the general fund and a part from Annie Welcher, V ,2 12.50H. I $250 'a year with bond at $1000 urday night. Invitations to the affair -

the road and bridge fund of his dis-! W. Luckey, 3 5.00 I Boats, dining cars and other pas- have been sent to all employesof
trict and from district 4 (Denaud) I George W. Howard, :4 5.00 !senger carriers pay same license feesas the company here inviting themto
",.. DeLand, Fla., May 4-Many Flor- This was finally made into a motionby I Olne Driblow 3 8.00 restaurants. attend and bring their wivesor
ida men and have written Commissioner Hull and sweethearts. The lower floor of
women Ray was Pearl Curry, 3 12.50 State tax is six cents a gallon.
the officers of the Florida Commis- carried, that $500 be taken from the Della Altman, 3 8.00F. Federal tax four cents. the house has been profusely decorated -
sion, Century of Progress in this fund from district for th clebration. Barbecue .
general $200 one, B. Favors, 3' 4.00 Dealers 'must pay federal license
city, to ask what the admission fees and $300 from district four, to be fees as follows: (Continued on page 4)

will' be charged those who wish to paid too\ the' school funds for; the pay- Retailers, $20 a year for beer and

Bee the Florida 'exhibits at' the ment of teachers salaries. Ten Teams CompeteIn $25 for wine; wholesalers, $50 a year Moderator GiveBaccalaureate
\ IrJ, forthcoming world's fair in Chicago. for beer and $100 for wine; manu- to
S' "The answer to that question," .GRAVELY NAMED COUNTYPROSECUTING Two-ball MatchesTen facturers $t'oOO. a year. '
said Earl W. Brown, manager of the ATTORNEY SermonDr.

Florida exhibit, "is that no admis- BOARD OPPOSES, BILL

sion fees will be charged to see the L. O. Gravely, LaBelle attorney, teams competed in the two- U. S. Gordon, pastor of the
.. Florida exhibit, or any other of the was named by the board of county ball mixed foursomes at the Clew- By unamious vote, the county com- First Presbyterian Church of Gaines-
state exhibits, except, of course, the commissioners at its monthly meet- iston golf course Sunday. Mrs. W. C. missioners went on record Tuesday sa ville, and moderator for the state

,i j. of admission paid at the main gates ing Tuesday, to serve as prosecuting Owen and H. A. Bestor, with a gross opposing the administrationsponsored of Florida of the Presbyterian church,
the exposition. attorney for the county judge's court. score of 103 and a net of 67 1-2 bill, known as House Bill No. 150 has accepted an invitation to ,deliver
"One gentleman asking for in- His appointment came after SeldonL. won first place. They were follow- which would provide for a board of the baccalaureate sermon to the classof
k formation, wrote that he had been Stewart, also of LaBelle, who had ed'closely by Mrs. W M Redelshei- administration to step in and exer- four graduates of the Clewiston
1 told that $90 would be required to served January, February and March mer, and Tom Shelley, who turned cise authority in counties and muni-,fllgh! school at the commencement day

::.; pay the fees to be charged for entrance refused to waive conviction fees, allowable in a gross 86, a net 68 1-2. Mrs.J. cipalities whose bonds 'or interest' exercises to be 'held at the school
... to the many exhibit buildings by the statutes. Gravely P. Percy and M. W. Bigg, witha are in default. The board adopted here May 28.
:':,' on the exposition grounds, intimating agreed to serve as county prosecuting net 77, gross 113, were winners of resoultions reqeusting the senator Dr. Gordon is recognized as beingone
that he had been led to believe attorney and to waive the $5.00 third place. and representative to vote against of the leaders in his church and
: that admission is to be charged to conviction fee allowed for each con- Others playing in the event were: the bill. The members of the. local Clewiston is indeed fortunate to secure -

\ all the great buildings, in addition viction, and the county judge was IMrs. H. A. Bestor, Jay W. Moran. board said it was: delegating too the services of such a speakerat
',:, to the charges to be made for en- instructed not to tax this item' of'Miss Kathryn Deam, J. J. Harrington.Mrs. much authority to the state. the first commencement exerciseto
: \ trance to the
grounds. costs to further cost bills in his ., Tom Shelley, W C. Owen. be held at the local high school.
:;-.; "The fact is that entrance to all court. Mrs. Lloyd Sparrow, Kit Bowden. STATE SCHOOL OFFICIAL The baccalaureate sermon will be
': the exhibit buildings, those of the Sewart presented a bill amountingto Miss Virginia Gallant, E R Fontaine.A. SUGGESTS MOVING HOME EC. the opening of the graduation week
several state: and foreign countries $200 for conviction fees since the N. Gallant, E. E. Kelly. events. The formal presentation of
;. : Included, will be absolutely free. It first of the year but the commissioners Bill MjcCracken, Jimmy Harrington. Miss Boletha Frojen, state super- diplomas will be held at the school
is true that there will be a numberof failed to take any action. The Sunda "s' Event. visor of Home Economics for Florida, Thursday night June First.
amusement and other concessions conviction fees were only billed in Another specialty match is on the on an official visit to the Clewiston
VV "V 5 which will charge admission, but as cases where the persons paid their schedule for Sunday afternoon. This school last week, complimented the DANCING SCHOOL OPENS
:; said above, exhibit buildings may be fines and costs. The item included the
was will be a four-ball best-ball four- school officials very highly on
visited without cost beyond the general in the costs of each case. some, using three-fourth of the club Instruction and equipment I lof the A dancing scchool, at which ball-
's admission charge made at the handicap. home economics department, saying room, classical and acrobatic dancing

',7 .. t main gates of the exposi.ion. BOY SCOUTS NET $78A Both men and women are eligiblefor she was well satisfied with the plans will be taught, was opened in the Als-

entry in this event, and Lloyd but suggested that the school authori- ton building yesterday. Miss Dee
:; t V,:":' COMMUNITY PLAYERS TO MEETA total of $78.01 was cleared by Sparrow requests all interested to ties make other arrangements for a De Gallant, who recently came to
; the Clewiston troup of the BoyScouts make reservations before Sunday. Building In which to house this de- Clewiston from Hendersonville, is
meeting of the members of the at the dance held at the Clewiston partment of the local school. The the instructor.

Olewiston Community ,Players has Inn last Friday night. A large gath- KIWANIS DANCE AT INN school board now pays $30 per month Classes are divided into two groups
been called for Monday night at 8 ering from all parts of the lake sec- rental for the Alston house located for young and for adults. The young

o'clock at the school auditorium. tion took part In the event. ,Another dance sponsored by the near the school building. Miss Fro class was conducted yesterday; andwill
t The purpose of the meeting is to One of the features of the dance Clewiston Kiwanis Club will be held jen recommended that the equipment tie held each Thursday. The adult
) hear reports of the first two months i was the sale of a smoking set, which at the Clewiston Inn, Tuesday night, be moved into the main building of classes are held Saturdays Visitorsare
;, activities of the organization and to, was won by Mrs. Wlnn. The set was May 9th. The music will be furn- the school. A thirty dollar rental is welcome to any public class, the
make further plans for the future donated by Hatch's of West Palm ished by Bill Doughertys Palm Beach too high for space for eight girls who young instructor said. Private les-i!:!
1 W. C. Owen, president, said Beach. orchestra. are taking the course, she said., sons 'are by appointment.,



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FRIDAY MAY 5, 1933.

on thy right hand, and the other on
The Clewiston News
'uncap c jooz1Lcoit thy left hand, in thy glory., But ,'
Published every Friday in Clewiston, TOO LATE TO BY Jesus said unto them, Ye know not

.Florida by the CLEWISTON NEWS, RUSSELL KAYWell what ye ask-But to sit on my right I '
Inc. CLASSIFY f 1 hand and on my left hand is not \

.. mine to give; but it shall be givento r
them for whom it is prepared."

February Entered 1, as 1927 second, at the class Post matter Officeat the big show is half over,, 'rre1>aid for the effort. FOR SUNDAY, :MAY 7, 1933 Salvation and its blessings are
that is unless they decide to give a And now it seems that Mr. Kanner gifts, but they must be accepted and
the Act
Clewiston, Florida, under after the j Subject: Jesus faces the cross. if a benefit is to be
concert main event. So I has lost his mind or somethin' and appropriated,
of March 3, 1897. far nothin'. very startlin' has hap introduced a bill in the house which Golden Text: "And it came to pass received therefrom. \ .

pened. But they tell me there are opponents claim is an outrage in when the time has come, that he "And when the ten heard it, they
A ,newspaper devoted to the best still some acts comin' up that are:'I view of the fact that it is solely should be received up, he steadfastly I began to be much displeased with 1 l
interests of Hendry county Florida.It's lin the interest of the taxpayer. set his face to go to Jerusalem." James and John." "The ten" were r'fli

leading newspaper. hot.I'm get tin' so I feel right at home I The Idea of anyone tryin' to passa Luke 9:51. the other disciples. They felt that

up here. Every time I sit downat bill for the benefit of the taxpayer Lesson Text: Mark 10:3252.As James and John were trying to take '

Subscription rate, per year.$2.00 the press table either in the houseor lis such an unique proposition: as to Jesus was going up to Jerusa- I advantage of them.

Outside of State of Florida.-$2.50 i senate some guy comes along be almost beyond conmprehension.This lem at the close of his Perean min-I In the lesson for April 23 all of
and hands me a bunch of bills. I particular measure is House istry he tells the disciples for the the disciples had disputed among

I The most popular indoor sport, as Bill 30 and. would give counties the third time concerning his coming:themselves as to who should be the ,
Business Office, Clewiston News, near as I can figure out, is makin' ;right to buy bonds at market prices passion and death and resurrection'greatest. "But' Jesus called- them to
Editorial and I
Clewiston, Florida. cut bills. That old gag about nam- with gas tax money and ought to result His language is very explicit. Thereis him, and saith unto them, they
Advertising, same.OPERATING. in your male offspring Bill because ih the savin' of million of dol- here predicted for the first time which are accounted to rule over the

he came on the first of the monthis lars.As the fact that he will be delivered to Gentiles exercise lordship over them;

TRUCKS: all right, but if anything like far as I can see, the bill seems he Gentiles; also the fact that he will and their great ones exercise author- '

that ever happens to me I'm gonna to have all the ear marks of real be mocked and scourged and spit ity upon them. But so shall it not

Can a, municipality operate an automobile name him Bill so he'll be introduced. economy legislation, and since upon. He had something very defin- be among you; but ,whosoever will (

truck used exclusively for,;,! omy appears to be the big idea ccon-I I ite to say, and he tried to .get it ap i:i be great among you, shall be your !

city business upon receipt and display So far about fifteen hundred of now the legislature ought to get a prehended. But to the discipleshis 1 minister; And whosoever of you will \j
the darn things have been stuffedin .genuine thrill out of this propositioneven prediction was incomprehensible.Their j jbe the chiefest, shall be servants of
of an "X" tag issued by the
the hoppers and If they get time if it is, as they say purelyfor minds were in another world, |all. For' even the Son of man came \
Motor Vehicle commissioner? That to give half of 'em consideration be- the benefit of the taxpayer. May- as is seen by the request of James 1 not to be ministered unto, but to ;

was the question confronting SheriffH. tween now and the close of the session be it would be a good plan to pass and John directly after this. They'! minister, and to give his life as a :

L. Delaney Wednesday when he they'll be doin' well. at least one bill like that before the simply could not grasp the truth .ransom for many." ;

decided to "take: in" the dirver of Last Friday I took the day off and session is over. that their Messiah 'was destined to This is said to be the first mention i
drove to Thomasville * suffer and die. Later when the II
up Georgia, I I of qhrist's death as an atoning sacrifice I
the city's garbage truck. for a peek at'their annual Rose show And while I appreciate your com- meaning of Christ's death w'as per for others. It is one of the '

Section 14 of Chapter 15625 of the and I'm here to tell 'you it was a plimentary letters, if you folks real- ceived by them ,it became the sum i',greatest declarations made by him. p'

Acts of the 1931 legislature, speci- knockout. While this little bouquetis ly want to show your appreciationof and substance of their gospel. One of the comforting truths of the ;; \

fically says "neither shall this chap- too late to bq entered in the show this column, what,,I'd like to have Our lesson begins, "And they were Bible is that there is no respect of \:"

ter (the license tag law) apply to they're entitled to it and I'm gladto you do is step into your local news- on the way, going up to Jerusalem." I persons with God. In spiritual

an auto truck, trailer, or semi-trailer make the presentation.I've paper office ,and crowd a couple of Leaving Peraea, our Lord now join I things the king on his throne has

owned and operated by the State of seen a lot of flower shows in dollars on the editor for a renewalof ed the crowds of passover pilgrims. I no advantage over the humblest pea- ,

Florida or any county or municipality my time but never a more, beautiful your subscription. He's the guy They were going "up" to Jerusalem, sajit. .

of the State of Florida, includ- I display than was staged at Thomas- that's really responsible and it costs because the sacred city was locatedon The right kind of rivalry is that 1

ing public school authorities owning ville. In spite of the fact that the him money to set type. So if you the central ridge of Palestine, and for noble service. We should com ,

vehicles used in transporting school I'event received very little pulicity want to do me a favor thank your any way leading to it was "up." pete, not for honor, but for useful- !

children to and from schools in the i I there was a large attendance. No editor. He's givin' you the column.All The road was thronged with an ev ness. Those who serve humbly are ;
state; but all such vehicles xxxx I matter how far one may travel to I have to do is write the darn er-increasing mass of devout Jewshastening1 of God's Kingdom. a

shall be furnished a number plate see the show they would be well thing. eaeerlv_---w to-- the_n_ erreatest_ ______ nf__ !

Motor upon proper vehicle aplication Commissioner to the State and the Jewish annual fasts, that which I A.......................................................................................
celebrated the of their
upon payment of $2.00." The commissioner : : : : HAS ANYONE EVER HEARD? escape people I I

then issues an '"X" tag. :: ;:::::: :: national from Egypt life., the beginning of their I'I''

The sheriff started to arrest the e; In the competition for public approval "Jesus went- before them and

garbage truck driver but upon mak- ?. I now apparent between the they were amazed." There was '

ing a telephone call presumably to ..:>+:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.: railroads and other systems of trans- something awesome, but inspiring in farm
the county's attorney, decided thata portation, the Zephyrhills News asksa Christ's bearing. "And as they fol-I'
Bagasse, by Phillip Space, may not
municipality can operate a truck few pertinent questions.Has lowed they were'afraid.." Some say land
cause any great shouting, but when I
city business when it has an "X"tag the last car of cane was dumped out anyone ever heard of a barge, those who were afraid were not his

attached.We at the sugar house yesterday, and the bus, or truck lineMaintaining :- disciples, but others who were going i
wonder who pays the telephonecall. with them.
last of the bagasse ground throughthe a staff of agricultural I (
mills, there was plenty of shout- experts to cooperate with farmers.. "And he took again the twelve, for
ing and blowing of whistles. of its territory in an effort to increase and began to tell them what things I L Spring

BUILDING A HOME MARKET -**- the income and improve the should happen unto him, Saying*, Behold -

Do you believe in hunches? IIf so, standard of living among the farming I we go up to Jerusalem; and I

1 The Kiwanis Clubs of Florida are your luck may run if you bet on dog population? the Son of man shall be delivered I I

sponsoring a state agricultural pro- number 37 at some race next season. -Actively engaged i n developing unto the chief priests, and unto the Crops

gram, which has for its purpose, as The number had quite a significanceas profitable crops in its territory? scribes; and they shall condemn him j

we understand it, the developmentof the grinding season for cane end- Actively engaged ,in bringing new to death, and shall deliver him to |I

a greater home market for Flor-, ed here yesterday. The longest season settlers and establishing colonies? the Gentiles; And they shall mock )I i :
ida products. In a letter setting in the past 137 him, and ,shall scourge him, and j
was days; the mill -Providing pure-bred bulls free of
forth the scope of the plan, the Kiwanis -(I ground 137 days this season; the charge to farmers in their terri- shall spit upon him, and shall kill I I I ......dIi.....
: him; and the third day he shall !
agricultural committee holds last car to be dumped yesterday was tory to help improve their dairy I
that our agricultural set-up is all I car number 137; and as the last herd? rise again. ,
Suffering death, burial and
wrong. watch went on duty at 6a.m.yesterday resurrection -
-Maintaining an industrial depart-
This state has the longest there 37 must all come to pass, be- I!
grow- were cars standing in I
ment for the sole purpose of establishing fore .
ing season of any state in the nation I the yards loaded. perfect the plan of
more hours of sunshine than I -**_ new industries and as- Salvation for mankind-and for you i .
sisting established industries alongits
any other, cheap land in abundance, Call it beginner's luck or what individually. It seems strange that
water available almost anywhere and you will, but it is rather unusual disciples) did not understand the
yet we are sending out of the state for -Employing a firm of industrial en- words of Jesus. But in the
a person committing her first scriP-I 1
gineers to make
a thorough econ-
tures we have the written
each year nearly 60 million dollars offence at
come The
omic survey of its territory for Jesus, and do !
for food to feed ourselves. with high we understand or I
away score prize. Yet
I the purpose of promoting indus- obey them?
We have concentrated almost ex- that is what happened Wednesdayat
trial development? "And James and John ClewistonCompany
clusively on growing things to ship Mrs. Maxwell's party. Mrs. Gayle come
up north, and sell to the people up +I McFadden, who had never played a Cooperaitng in stamping out boll- unto him, saying, Master, we would i
cattle tick
and other destructive
there. ( do for what-
This has put a tremendous us
game bridge, stepped out in the
burden in overhead on the Florida lead and copped the top priz .-Now pestsProviding ? soever we shall desire. And he said
farmers. We need not go into detailon wouldn't such luck make you vulner- free transportation, I unto them, What would ye that I L LI
medical aid and food
to flood and
should do for ? .
this. We also know the you They said irtito
ing problems that this type market-of agriculture able? -**-_ storm sufferers in time of stress? him, Grant'' unto us that we may sit, .'1.........................................'............................'............
-Providing reduced rates on stock
has brought us, and we Bagasse sometimes proves to bean
feed and seeds to aid farmers effected ----- L
also know what these marketing overflow for poetry, and this time

problems are today in spite of some the poem printed has the honor of -Encouraging by drought Pig?Club and Corn A................................................................................................................................................................................... .
very excellent work done along this being the first poetic herald of the Club boys and awarding free tripsto .
line ----- .
organizations in the state. 3.2 beer. In fact the poem, was the International Livestock
But on the other hand, here we havea composed by a non-drinker, even before Show? YI
60 million dollar market of our the beverage 0 .:.
was legalized. Here
-Providing special low rates for the
own for meat, dairy products, veg- follows Albert L. Hackett's contri- movement of
etables, and staples of all kinds. bution to beer literature. (Sung to cattle agricultural products, I CLEWISTON j jy
hogs, poultry, and other 60LF
Why cater to that market? Our the tune of "Who Broke the Lock on material for exhibition at State
meat bill
alone every year shows the Bar-room
Fairs and
County Fairs and other
that we buy from outside of the
state almost 20 million dollars worth We wanted the beer, and we got it, Exhibitions? t i

We have cleared the Texas fever The thirst can be quenched now at -Maintaining- a nation-wide- public, :. COURSE
safety campaign ana helping to educate -
tick last. :
out of all but 11 of our :
coun- the youth of the land in the :: ,'. ,
ties. Three ::
By importing good bred animals point two, but what of it ;
principle of First"Paying ?
we can in a few years developa 'Tis better'n we've had in the past. "Safety :: H

our real own livestock market to business.consume We it and have it No ed.kick, but the desire can be end- -into city thoosands, county of and dollars state a treas-year :t; .. o.

would uries for the support of schools
put millions
of acres of vacant We can sit now in legalized bliss, and other institutions? ?
land back on the tax books. '' It And drink malt with ingredients all -Contributing thousands of dollars t
would give employment to thous-
blended. for the building and maintenanceof X
ands of our people and it would put And no longer these pleasures must public highways parellelingtheir

us true that The back the of Kiwanis other several on our agricultural statement agriculural feet. The points products.agenciesof same out is Farewell brewing.miss. to the bottle of home competitors the transportation own lines as, a which right-of-way of freight are used and for by [ Open to the Public ].. i

the state have been for years With its varied and changeing taste passengers? t

doing the ground work necessary to Drunk hurriedly, lest a prohi. see
the practical realization of the you, The City of Mexico will tear downa yt
pose in mind. Kiwanis Clubs are And choked: to death as a result of I prison to make room for a play-
urged to hold your haste. ground. This is a cheerful bit of .:.
meetings with local '
farmers and tell them the story. news in a world that is refusing to :*L .. ::: A-
"Creating new wealth No more shall we have in the pantry beat swords into plowshares...-Boston ,
Five gallons of I It
brewing slow, Transcript.for .
committee, "is better than stewingover
tax problems." The bottles, too, to the shanty, Y f

The Kiwanis plan is constructive.It And the capper, likewise: must.go. a spell. The headline writer in'Florida's .:.;': Moderate Green Fees :;: .
contains great possibilities. That Beer parties are now in the open, most important newspaper'by
Florida is spending outside the state No longer need we bar up the door, ( its own confession) headed the ::_: Exceptional Fairways :::

60 millions a year for food, most of To sip just a glass as a token, account of Oliver Scharnberg's wed-
which can be produced by and pur- And follow it soon by some more. ding as "H. J.. B. Scharnberg Weds ..' I Interesting Greens .*.
chased from our own farmefs''' and -**- Newport Arkansas girl." But insteadof ?
stock-raisers, is a condition that If the police to
wer believe the our Mr. Scharnberg becoming the .. .:.
ought to be corrected.-Tampa Tri Miami Herald's headline writer, we groom, he's only the papa-in-law. Oh 'III -

? bune. mfght lose our: mill superintendent well, they all make mistakes. ...N..N.N..N..N.N..N..N..N..N..N.:...N..N.N.N.N..N..N.N......N.N..N.:.......N..N..N..ti.N.H.N.N.N..N.H.N.N.:..'....N..N..N...

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i Dave G. Alston and J. K. Baker of Mr. and Mrs. Oran D. Watson,

joined friends in LaBelle Tuesdayfor Newport, became the bride of Oliver

I Personal I Mention J a short trip to Marco Island, H. Scharnberg, of New York and Hamburg Steak is Food for Stars

where they went for deep sea fish Florida, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. B.

ing. Scharnberg, of Clewiston, Fla., with When
: the Lyda Roberti
Miss Mary Kline sepnt the week Rev. William T. Holt, rector of the : WayI
George Colon and H. J. Fienbauof
end in West Palm Bach. church, officiating.
New York City, are spending a "Quantities of flowering shrubte

., .,; Charles Johnson, of Arlington. Fla. few days here on business. Theyare were used in the decorative scheme
spent Tuesday hereon- business. associated with Joseph Spadaro and Easter lilies were banked on the I: /1 r.

who has a levee contract near here.C. altar while the sanctuary and chan- ;fifffi r ? v.I.
I George Schauermann spent: the cel were festooned with spirea and .
: week-end in West Palm Beach. F. Allen of Wilmington, N. C., Iris. Branches of dogwood,marked the ,rY. %/

an official of the Atlantic Coast nave and entrances and iris with a

Ray Mclitosh and Parker [Wilson Line railroad, spent a few' days hereon back ground of spirea arranged in

were Sunday visitors in Fort Myers. business for his company this floor baskets were on the chancel .4./lyir.

week. stairs. White tapers in seven caldel- :

'" .; A. L. Hackett motored to West abra burned on the altar and special

'.P: Palm Beach Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. VonMach are candles were placed on the lecturn

receiving congratulations on the birthof and pulpit. J.V.'JVjV.. \ \ff/ & }f&i,4

,'.;. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Hare spent a 7 1-2 pound baby girl, born to "The bridal chorus from Wagner's ,..... .................<..... ....r.,...........z........... .<.y.,...+.Mti.r' /i.r.:;"' t :.:
Saturday in West Palm Beach. them Monday.'are Both mother 'and 'Lohengrin' was played by Miss Elea- \ 11il@@f1i\;1i;:i1;;.: :;;;;;;: l1::;;}!z'Al::? :.':;'": '; .:{t.-"Htiit. :;. :: :.l.IJiim; t* 1
daughter reported as 'doing nice- nor Parish, organist, for the entranceof :

Mr. and Mrs. George K. Lett, of ly. the wedding party, and 'Eveing ,

:. Mont Claire N. J., were visitors here -......- Star' from 'Tannhauser' was played ; : ,:

,. a few days this week. Paul Driggers, and Dick McDowellleft softly during the ceremony. Preceding Illf: : : I!} 1ji\i:\;

: yesterday for their homes in the service Robert Wise sang '0 ; (t

Mr. and Mrs. H. J. B. Scharnberg, High Springs. They were accompa- Promise Me' and 'Until.' : F :

and E. R. Fontaine were visitors in nied by Paige McArthur, who will "The bride, who entered on the ; ,, ,, ( + .1<>
West Palm Beach Wednesday. go to his home in Gainesville, and by arm of her father, was beautiful in f {' / fyr "" :; 6

T. C. Yon, who goes to Raleigh N. C. her wedding gown of white crepe-
i"l4Jf "
Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Ketlerer, of ---.- back satin with lace bodice threadedin "i } ;"

Gaile Brown, J. L. McClelland andJ. silver and fashioned with a long : .
Jacksonville, were visiting in Clew- ., .
; ; ..... %' /..1f : ;' '''''.vu,:' < < >,;-w V1T) ...x.: *
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'J.,: iston Tuesday. Y. Clarke, who have been employed train. Her veil was the same worn I ; x& : *.f : )W-f.: ;; <. SEiM, .f fit. .;h J.:: : : :
fi: @! { .w : ,,<.,, >.,>. .::P.(? : .'' <-S('-<
in the transportation departmentof her cousin Mrs. P. La- : :> ", 'fffiH! f' : !. ? <
,. by Henry '; wX iM : : ) Q ; r ,?) ; :: :YNh
the U. S. Sugar Corporation here tham. She carried a bouquet of N fi!w.Jt..... ... Ji.i : ..bZ1l, ,a.,:; os.iSy't.ri f i. 1J, ::c'>! ;h Yr 3
: .x> : i
E. L. Shull and John M. Rittel- : :: : 'I< ... '.. ,'/ ..' ...: .
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,\ myer, of Atlanta, were recent Clew-: this season, left yesterday for their Easter lillies. Mrs. Kenneth Patterson ;>:':<-.: .W:'"'" :< '": '."$x v.'"<.><:'r".y"",I\O. :9')'>,,:":..!.).....::::....'):..'i." .'.,.,>,,.::..":)-::../f'". .<.. ,,;": >'<:<.m"
iston visitors. homes in New Smyrna.Mrs. of Milwaukee, cousin of the :;::::"::".:-r::::: ;{.. !.{,><. vA'C: :::;':I. f< ;f"x; : :. -a: :r::::::::::::: $>< : :< 'jR: 'J

bride, as matron of honor, and Miss :"':"': ..wn. d t ... : t. ltft! : '
rt.m.r. r" : < )
Alston who has been at Clare Phillips of maid of .... .... ..... .. F i\ :<:: ::ih. rB:4 )
> .1 '\"";;" ,A. W. Lawrence and Miss Jewel Roy Newport, :::.:: :: \. .... ;:)> ?fiy;{?i; :-I' ..:;:;; : l % .
; t.f
' Lowe spent Sunday visiting in Fort the: home of her mother, Mrs. J.S. honor wore costumes of yellow mous- r ..{t $.wl. ..,.;..;,, ... .Xttel'B'; ': : 7.
jiif, "'.,... : :.. ,. ,,, .y. .oH.v _"'. .. .. .., ,. ,.
1 '''''' ...o--_, ': ,,. >..:., .vv ...y. ..." Co' .;r.;..' ..; .V-< ",
made ,'r". :, ;; "' .7,.>.= 18 dP. ,;>>. > '>, : ,,
, Myers. Willingham in Moore Haven, returned seline de soie identical to that "' .."*"'-;:;:.""'"' .. ." >.""" ",).T.--. .; (,) "
'''f..:,' :;f'P'.Z..... .... _v > :-'w4Y..r.; N ,/, .. >; ,: ; .'--:11 '.
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.- to her home here Saturday with of the bride's dress. Small hats of < .... > 1- :;$ : '.': .:"'" ) ;< f : :4/W.:::::"<
and .:).1"t w :- 1, { ..... ..:::.:!':'";;::; '*-r('" '). 1 : .N. ...:t
her daughter whom she petals with maline shadow 1 .:. : > : .; .
baby :
A. W. Sias Miss Louise Wald- has green .f.t .7J.R. .' : o't: *";; t ff. fr.? ')'< ./z;:; :: > :;

iron were among Clewiston persons named Carol Joy. veils added to their charm. They I j:: ; ''>:'.fh,t'.::-:<;''X'f';....: : .dg, :S'. .. V ;.>"" ,;. }I';''b:<<#!it<<' J"'I J: >:;t ." Af.in...:.:..
in Fort carried yellow roses tied with tulle. '-:,;:.J-: ... .?.&. \ :;:d: .. :'I t. % W r<<%. ii. t } f ;
: visiting Myers Sunday. I-.i.:.' '.'.' .-mo.:: Y': .. ., w. -. Y .' .. ::-:,'__A" .,.vr.---_": .... ', '''"UN'.........yiYifi": I
j RECENT ARRIVAL IS HONORED Miss Jane Marshall Keatts and Miss I

'; Mr. and Mrs. George K: Lett, of WITH BRIDGE WEDNESDAYMrs. Ellen Jane Latham of Little Rock, Lyda Roberti, In her kitchen, gives her own version cf Hamburg steak. I
,iy I : Mont Claire, N. J., spent' a few days were junior bridesmaids and wore In which seasoning plays the important. roles
pale organdie frocks made with
this week visiting in Clewiston. green
i F. 'R. Maxwell was hostess tight bodice and full skirt. Their T YDA ROBERT the saucy blond sweeten is a seasoner for meats.

': J. M. Couse, Moore Haven attorney 'Wednesday afternoon at a delightful flowers were yellow rose buds and SLA star wli"o sang and danced her Used with salt and pepper it bringsout
bridge given in honor of Mrs. daisies in French bouquets. way into American hearts in "Par the flavor and makes the steak,
was here on business Wednes-
Grover Poole, who recently movedto "J. Hugh Wharton, of Newport, 'don :My English" and other Broadway oh, so good."
; d '. day. Clewiston from Tampa. musical offerings, has talents One of Miss Roberti's specialities,
served as best man and the ushers
The lobby of the Watanabe Hotel galore. Besides possessing an engaging to which her intimate friends are
.. W. P. Stuart of Bradenton, was' decorated with abundance of were William T. Parish jr., James voice and dancing feet, she often treated at her home, is Hamburg
Y a business visitor in Clewiston Tues- an Wilmans, Claude M. Erwin, jr., James speaks four languages and boasts .a la RolerU-so christened by
Easter lilies and white red
/ and
day and Wednesday. roses Gregory, jr., Dr. George K. Stephensand the very feminine accomplishmentof those same friends because shy
'r and bits of greenery for the occassion. Shefford Nichols of Des Arc. being an excellent cook. In invented it and makes it more

After several progressions of. bridge "Immediately following the church spite of the busy fullness of her temptingly than anyone else on
Frank A. Dougherty tax collector
scores were tallied and appropriate ceremony an informal reception was days, she finds time to practice at Broadway.. .
of LaBelle, was in Clewiston, on awards were made to Mrs. Gayle Mc- held at the home of the bride for this latter art and often cooks her Hamburg Robertf

g; f business Tuesday. Fadden, holder of high score, Mrs. members of ,the family and the own little suppers in her own little Mix one pound of hamburg with

N. A. Nielsen, low score, and Mrs. younger set. Receiving with the bride kitchen. 'fI one teaspoonful each of sugar and

Miss Bonceil' Stone, Foy Durrence, Roy Green, winner of the lucky cut. I and bride-groom were Mr. and Mrs. Like most continentals, she hasa salt, % teaspoonful:; of pepper, and

: & and A. J. Hill were visitors in Fort A beuatiful bouquet of roses was Watson, and Mrs. Scharnberg, motherof keen appreciation for fine foods make into flat, loosely mixed cakes.

; Myers Sunday.Mr. presented the honoree. the bridegroom. Mrs. Watson was and is very particular about sea Cut rounds of bread two to three

Sandwiches, angel's food cake and gowned in rose biege chiffon with a soning. "Most: women do not realize inches In diameter and toast on

and :Mrs. Lee Benoit of Wash- tea was served to the following: shoulder corsage of orchids. Mrs. ," she says, "how important are one side only. Spread the ground,
those little dashes of this and that. seasoned beef on the other side and
Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. B. A. Bourne
ington, D. C., spent a few days in in blue
Scharnberg was a hyacinth
tasteless food is not broil five minutes. bit of
Eating eatingat Drop a
Mrs. W. C. Hooker Mrs M Pafford
Clewiston sight
on a seeing trip in
chiffon and her flowers were gar-
all. We in Europe have long butter on each hamburg and serve
Mrs. N A Nielsen Mrs. J E- Earl
7_ South ,
denias in a corsage. An importedlace known, for instance, that sugar, tastefully garnished with sliced
Mrs. G 0 Wallace, Mrs. C W Mc- cloth, gift of the bride's grand- which. many people use only to tomato or parsley.

/ '1. Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Mayer, of Ft. Donald, Mrs. Hoomes Rich, Mrs. E L mother, was used on the diningroomtable
Stewart, Mrs. G B Thomas M'rs.
Myers, spent a few days here this which was. centered by a three
week, while Mr. Bayer atted to bus- Dave Alston, Mrs. G. Armstrong Allen tiered wedding cake flanked by yel- ion Leydig, Mrs. C W McDonald, The U. S. went off the gold stan-

iness. Mrs. M G Langford, Mrs. Gayle low tapers in crystal candelabra."Mr. Mrs. D C' Mills, Mrs. C E Miner, Mrs. dard with much hot air and discus-

; McFadden, Mrs. Roy Green, Mrs. and Mrs. Scharnberg left for I R T Mitchell, Mrs. N A Nielsen sion of what's it all about; but we I

.. Mr. and Mrs. Harold V. Stewart Mebel Shefford, and Miss Daisy Als- points in the East and after April 30 .Mrs. W C Owen, Mrs. II Pafford, didn't even hear a dull, sickeningthud.

"" of Chamberford ton. will be at home at the Ramson apart- 'Mrs. R Y Patterson, Mrs. W C Pre- .
; Mass., spent the ments Brooklyn. witt, Mrs. G B Rackstraw, Mrs. W M
week-end here where Mr. Stewart ,
DUAL BIRTHDAY TEA GIVEN "She is 'a descendant of pioneer Redelsheimer, Mrs. E J Rogero, Miss _
S. had come on business.W. J "'''''' '''rJ-Z '
the granddaughterof Vilma Rhodes, Mrs. T B Shelley, Mrs. '
the late Gen. James Fagan, and H J B Scharnberg, Mrs. 0 F Schiffle,

C. Prewitt, who has been in Elizabeth Rapley Fagan on the ma- Mrs. Leah Spicer, Mrs. E L Stewart, LIBERAL REWARDFor
Jacksonville on business, spent a few Honoring the seventieth birthdayof Mrs. G B Thomas, Mrs. Harry VaughnMrs.
ternal side and of E. L. Watson,
/ her mother Mrs. L. R. Johnson
.deys here and left Monday to return planter and capitalist ad Elizabeth W P Vaughn sr., Mrs. W P the return of the diamond:
and the seventy-first birthday of Mrs.
I' Jacksonville. Cadwell Watson on the paternal side. Vaughn 'jr., Miss Elizabeth West, bracelet lost during auto-t W. K. Downs, a lovely dual birth-
and Mrs. W C Worth. Invited for crash just West of Clewiston
: Mrs. Scharnberg attended Miss Ma-
i day tea was given by Mrs. R. Y.
Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Nowling and Patterson at her home here Monday deria's School, Washington, D. C. and tea were: Mrs.: L R Johnson, Miss March 1st, when two Ft. Mjers

l daughter Dorothy, of West Palm Wellesley' College. Ruby Johnson, Mrs. M W Bigg, Mrs.E women were killed. Finder

,:.. Beach were visiting friends here Sun- afternoon. "Mr. Scharnberg graduated from B Butler, Mrs. C L Downs, Mrs. please communicate directly
Lovely mementoes of the occas-
,: day. the Massachusettes Institute of Tech- Walter K Downs, Mrs. Henry C. Kol- with Fort Mjers News-Pi
sion were presented to Mrs. John-
nology with the highest honors in stad, Mrs. M G Langford Mrs. Fos- Ft Mjers, Florida.
son and Mrs. Downs, and a huge
M. and Mrs. Lee Benoit, of Wash- birthday cake with its host of can- business administration and engineering ter Meredith, Mrs. Lloyd Sparrow, \... J
{ and Mrs. Marshall A Yenawine. ,..,.., .. ,, ,
f ington D. C., spent several' days hereon dles, was served with tea to the administration. He is a memberof .n
r ; 4. a sight seeing 'trip through ,South following guests: Mrs. W. C. Owen, the Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Mortar --

Florida.Mr. Mrs. Fred Hill, Mrs. 0 F Schiffle, and Ball, the Society of American

Mrs. W K Downs, Mrs. C L Downs, Military Engineers and a commis-

and Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mrs. Miss Mae Drew, Mrs. W C Prewitt, sioner officer in the O. R. C. coast
R. Y. Patterson, Mrs. L. R. John- artillery. He is associated with the
Mrs. E. R Fontaine, Mrs. W M Red-
son and Miss Ruby Johnson spent National City Bank of New York."
elsheimer, Mrs. Harry Vaughn, Mrs.
Wednesday in Miami The Perfect food
W P Vaughn, sr., Mrs. James' P.

I Percy, Mrs. H J B Scharnberg, Mrs. MRS. PERCY HOSTESS AT

Arthur Lawrence and John Mow- Clyde Bryd, Miss Elizabeth West, LOVELY BRIDGE. SATURDAYMrs.

ry!tan attended club |in the Belle meeting Glade of the Tuesday Clvi- I Mrs. H A Bestor, Mrs. J W, Ezelle, Milk is the Easiest Food to Digest

night. Mrs. T B Shelley, Mrs. G B Rack- James P. Percy was hostess

J straw, Mrs. W C Worth, Mrs. C W McDonald to a number of her friends at her

.: Mr. and Mrs._O. A. Miss Evelyn Schutz, Mrs.C home at the Clewiston Inn Saturday, Y The children rush in to their
and E Miner, Mrs. R H Knight, Mrs. complimenting Mrs. L. R. Johnson

daughter Thursday returned from a short to their visit home with here MrWard's M W Bigg, Miss Sue Maxwell, Mrs.F and Miss Ruby Johnson, of Pensacola meals eat quickly and hurryout
Deane Duff, Mrs. E L Stewart, Mrs.J who are house guests of Mr. and
mother in Perry. A McGehee, Mrs. Foster Meredith, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson. The afternoonwas
to play. .
r-- Mrs. N A Nielsen, Miss Vilma Rhodes, spent at bridge.
'. Lt. M. H. Hemenway, who is stationed Mrs. Eunice Gay, Mrs II R Hall, The spacious lobby of the Inn was

here with the U. S.Engineer, Mrs. J E Winn, Mrs. ECMills, 1\Irs'l beautifully decorated for the after- Y In order for them to get the
spent the
week end at his home in G B Thomas, Mrs. I D Leydig, Miss noon with an array of delightful

Jacksonville.Mrs. Marion Leydig, Mrs. Leah Spicer, Mrs. Spring flowers.At full benefit from their food it must

W T Bailey, Mis. M G Langford, Mrs.L the conclusion .of play prizes
end Van Cothern spent the week R Johnson, and Miss Ruby Johnson were awarded to Mrs Barney Thomas, be readily digestible.
visiting Miss Dorothy Ceam in .
holder of high score; Mrs. W. M.

West Palm with her Beach.and is Miss Beam returned Redelsheimer, holder of second high; Plenty of Milk keeps them
spending sev-
SCHARNEiERG-AVATSON Mrs. W. C. Owen, winner of the .
eral days in Clewiston.
lucky cut, and Mrs. H. J B Scharn-
growing husky
The following account of the recent -' berg was consoled. A novelty prize

-ilr.: C y, Mrs. J. F. Tippey left Monday for wedding of Mr. Oliver H. Scharn- was presented to Miss Vilma Rhodes. CHOCOLATE MILK SWEET MILKBUTTER

' Jacksonville where she will visit her berg, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. B. Lovely gifts were presented to Mrs.
daughter, Mrs. Zerney Meredith. She Scharnberg of this city, and Miss La- Johnson and Miss Johnson. BUTTERMILK:
;'j 1 accompanied. C. Prewitt, who was dy Elizabeth Watson, of Newport, Those invited to enjoy the affair .
returning there on a business Clewiston Dairy Co. '
!f.' : trip. Ark., taken from an Arkansas paper, were: Mrs. Dave G Alston, Mrs. C II

: will be of interest to the many friendsof Berner, Mrs. J E Beardsley, Mrs. ,
Mrs. Joe Hipp, Mrs Ben Rollins the TELEPHONE 33 3:
groom here. H A Bestor, Mrs. B A Bourne, Mrs.
and C. H. Moorman, of Plant City, "St. Paul's Episcopal church, New- Clyde Byrde, Miss Mae Drew, Mrs.F .
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. port, Ark., the DRINK MILK FOR HEALTHFTIIDAVt
was scene of a beau-- Deane Duff, Mrs. J. E. Earle, Mrs.J .
Stewart Tuesday night. They left tiful wedding ceremony last Saturday W Ezelle, Mrs. E R, Fontaine, Mrs.\

Wednesday for Pahokeo where they afternoon when Miss Lady Eliza- H R Hall, Mrs. Fred Hill, Mrs. W C N-_

I will visit other friends. beth Scharnberg, attractive daughter Hooker, Mrs R H Knight, Miss Mar-:

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.:.':":":..:":":":":0.--:...::.. I Attractive baby supplements were
MAYO SPONSORS AUTO TOURISTS TORE issued by the Jacksonville Times-

r j! and the St. Petersburg Independent -
::: jEelpfuI nt5 =i= !.Union Sunday, May 1st, in honorof

SUNSPOTS = mO J&ouselt1 bes =i.= BILL AIMED TO BE PROVIDED FOR Child May' first.Health The Day. first which week occurson in

.::..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-.:..:..:--:..:...t.;. FARM RELIEF ACT DeLand, Fla., May 4thAdvicesfrom May promotion is national of health baby week among, and the the

'No Christening Washing Clothes the Chicago officers of the I:younger generation is greatly furthered -

(Prize Winner) Before washing, all mending should Century of Progress Exposition are by newspaper efforts. -

It was their first baby and the I be attended to and stains should be Tallahassee, May 4, (FPA-Com- to; the effect that everything possi- I

young mother asked her husband, a removed. Soaking is especially a missioner of Agriculture Nathan Ma- ble is being done to make it easy

shipyard worker, to arrange with a time-saver with soiled white clothes. yo; is sponsoring a bill designed to for auto tourists who travel in their .',

minister to have him christened. Three-fourths of all stains are soluble bring relief to a large number of own cars, to see the exposition in

"Aw shucks," the young father remonstrated in cold water.If farmers in the state. safety and comfort. '' fl i .h

"you don't intend, to let the washing is to be done witha The proposed bill would create a Large and well furnished' tourist "

somebody hit that little tike over the tub and washboard, have enough State Agricultural Marketing Board camps have been established and +

head with a bottle, do you?"-E. L. water to produce good suds with the.and would provide for the purchase other housing facilities provided in

Jamison, Oakville, Okla. soap. Any fabric soaked in cold.lof suitable, sites for erection of assembling the outlying areas of Chicago, closeto

water, and washed regularly and plants to properly handleall rapid transportation, yet outsidethe -

Jimmy-Mother gives me a penny thoroughly with good soap will give staple farm products includingfield congested districts of the city.

every time I take a dose of castor good color returns.If crops, meats, dairy productsand For" a distance of 7j 5 miles in every -
poultry. direction a series of new road
oil. s clothes to be boiled, they
What do are These assembly plants would markers have been placed along the "I' d
Sammy-That's great pur-
.., should, after being rinsed, be wrung will
you do with the money? chase farm products and hold them main highways. Those markers
all especiallyhems
out and soaped over,
Jimmy-Mother takes it and buys for use in state institutions. Meats direct travelers to information booth EvergladesTheatre
bands and wristbands .
neck i
some more castor oil. without would be processed, cured and refrig- within 20 miles of the exposition !'
then placed packingin
and -, ;
erated. Such field crops as beans, grounds, at which information regarding -
the boiler with clean, cold water.
and would be dried and hotels, tourist camps, apart-
Phrenologist-That bump on your Have enough water to allow the peas BELLE GLADE ,
head sir shows that have treated against weevils. Eggs wouldbe ments or other housing facilities will
you an I clothes to float freely and never be ,
unusual amount of curosity in your graded and tested and stored be furnished. At the booths, by
out: of the suds, and enough soap to
of, elaborate
of tel-
against over production. Stock feed means an system
make-up. '
suds the water heats and I !
produce as
Subject-Yes, that is true. I got the into solution. Clothes would be mixed and ground. A small ephones, the operators will be able Friday, Saturday
soap goes
it when I stuck my head into an be boiled week. If fee would be charged for this ser- to quote rates, and when accomoda-
need not
elevator shaft to see if the elevator. vice and the farmers who patronizethe tions are found which suit the inquirer I
each time they are washed they are :I GoldieGets
was coming up, and I found it was soaked in cold water and are well assembly plants would be given the latter is registered in
coming down.OldbatchYour. the facilities of a broader mraket and has nothing further to do but
rinsed to remove soap: and all dirty '.
outlet. drive to his hotel, his apartment or I
water, they will keep a good color.
wife seems to bea Funds for constructon of plants the tourist camp of his choice. '
Do not clothing frequent
up-to-date overwear as and for operating them would be derived While the tourist camps will not
very woman. t
washing does much less harm than I (
be operated by the Century of Pro-
Bingo-Huh? She's a way"ahead washing from the general Inspectionfund. Along 'f
vigorous rubbing or strong
of date. Why, man, she's already agents needed for very soiled.clothes. The legislature is asked to gress, those carrying the banner of

borrowing trouble for next'year! make such an appropriation as is the exposition showing that they Goldie and what it takes- f
in of
Thorough rinsing plenty
have been sanctioned are guaranteedto
deemed adequate to put the plan into !
water is essential to good work, at meet the requirements stablishedby and how .J
Mrs. Gabb-A decent husband always operation.In Goldie made the grade-
least the first rinse water should be "
the exposition as to sanitation,
gives his wife all:\ the money discussing the proposed, mea- and how !
hot to prevent the suds from
soap general excellence of accommoda-
she wants. % ,: sure Commissioner Mayo stated that -with-
hardening on the clothes as a greasy tions, saftey, etc.
he was in no surrendering his
Mr. Gabb-Oh there isn't that
A second hot rinse water is
scum. x
conviction that the state should not
much in the world.
money really better since it will bleach as go in business in competition with I This week's best:' As a result of I SAM HARDY

I well as ,rinse. The last rinse shouldbe free trade but since there are no I the depression a good many' house- '. -

Father.-Is your business course cold so as to prepare the clothesfor wives have stopped playing bridge I
institutions of a private nature operating I .a-C>i<-
for girls considered a success? the bluing water, which is cool. in Florida at the present time and are now playing Bridget..-The -

Teacher-Yes; our figures show This ,cool rinse is essential, as hot that conflicts with the service this Pathfinder. I Sunday, Monday, Tuesday

that over 60 per cent of our gradu- clothes would absorb too much blue. bill proposes to inaugurate, the angleof I I

,ates marry their employers within a Bluing is used to counteract the tendency state competition does not enter I KAY FRANCIS
of clothes to turn RESOLUTION
year. into the plan.Commissioner. GEORGE BRENT ,
Clothes should be opened well before
Mayo states that ( .
A Sure Sign being put into the blue water, so approximately $60,000,000 worth of WHEREAS, it is deemed advisable 1'1
that they will not be streaked with and to the best interest of the
Aunt visit ood products of all kinds are broughtinto I
(on ) : I must go homeat
blue. After the clothes have been City of Clewiston that the enforce- TheKeyhole
There is the state annually. The state'sbill
once. something
blued, they are wrung, are then ment of the penalty provided by law !
for food alone
there. products aver-
starched or not, as is necessary, and for the non-payment of taxes for i
Niece: But, auntie, what can be ages $50,000 a month. There are tol I
hung to dry. the year 1932 be not enforced as
wrong? 36,000 meals served daily at the various -
such of 1932 taxes as may be paid I
Aunt: I don't know, but your Starch is used to stiffen clothes, state institutions. The Road ,
to June 1st 1933
prior ,
uncle keeps writing that everythingis to make them look well'by giving department, alone could consume all For a daring new slant of
in the best of order! the gloss of new material, and to the forage; and feed crops now raisedin modern women look through
keep clean longer by giving them a Florida if these products could be "The
smooth surface which resists moisture graded and handled properly, the
and soil. A little borax addedto commissioner said. SION ASSEMBLED: :
NEW SCHOOL BILL 1. That the payments of 1932 City I Added Special Attraction :
the starch gives a gloss and whitens -
The proposed bill would enable of Clewiston taxes shall be accepted j

;parafin I and, or stiffens lard added clothes.to the The starch wax, farmers to meet the requirementsand prior to June 1st, 1933, without the! EDDIE CANTOR C tt

MEETS OPPOSITIONTALLAHASSEE to take advantage of this mar- collection and enforcement of the
paste to keep the iron from
serves I
ket. Fifty per cent of the grain, penalties provided by law. in
sticking well to add -
as as gloss or
peas and beans now grown in the 2. That the City tax collector be .
smooth finish desired. Mc- j
Ruby state, Mr. Mayo said are wasted be- I
May 4 (FP- David.' and he is hereby directed to carryout ,
The administration's school bill, introduced cause of weevils; while about one the provisions of this resolution. j

,by Senator Getzen, knownas half of, our sweet potatoes rot in the 3. That this resolution shall not FROLICS '
Senate Bill No. 183, has created ; ground. in anywise be construed to affect

outstanding interest throughout\ the LOCAL RECORDS SMASHED any such City taxes as may not be

state. Practically every family in paid prior to June 1st, 1933. "...

Florida is personally interestedin (Continued from page 1) ROAD 67 IS MADE Passed in open session, this the

this measure. dancing and a general "big time" 3rd day of April, A. D. 1933. Wednesday, Thursday

Large delegations from every sec- will be the order of the day as the FEDERAL AID ROAD F. D. DUFF, MayorJ.
tion of the state were present at hundreds of workers gather to ''appropriately ,

the joint committee hearing held in I mark the closing of the R. Y. PATTERSON, LUXURY LINERwith. "
the auditorium of the House last grinding season. ,
Road 67 in Glades county becamea Commissioners.Attest .
week. The main floor and, gallery The celebration
which will includean
part of the Federal road systemon : .-
were packed to overflowing.There old
fashioned barbecue ,will be-
April 28th, according to advice MALCOLM W. BIGG,
were a large number of gin at 7:30 Saturday night and will received by Clerk D. S. Weeks fromJ. Clerk. GEORGE BRENT

speakers at the meeting, among them continue'until midnight. Bill Dough- 'H. Peeples yesterday. Mr. Peeples ZITA JOHANN fr.

Dr. Fons A. ,Hathaway, former super- erty's Palm Beach 'orchestra will wired that chairman C. B. Treadwayhad ALICE WHITE t

intendent of the Duval county school provide music for the dancing. A been advised by the U. S. Secre- action would hasten construction of VIVIENNE OSBORN (

board; Chas. M. Fisher, superintendent special features, there will be songs tary of Agriculture that the road the road or not, and the reply was VEREE ( t

of public instruction of Dade and dances by members of the East- from Leesburg via Haines City, Lake that federal aid was not expected to TEASDALE'i'

county; O. ,J.Semmes, president of ern division from Canal Point and Annie, Moore Haven, Clewiston and speed completion of the road from 1

the State Association of School Pahokee.The Road 26 to Miami had been placedon Main's Corner to Moore Haven, but

''Boards; and many others. Repre- colored workers will be given the federal system effective April meant that the remaining part of the

sentatives of the school system gen- a barbecue at the Harlem quarters 28th. road would be completed much earl- SUNDAY MATINEEfrom

erally are not in favor of the bill and where they :will stage a mammoth The Democrat immediately made ier than under its status as merelya 3: P. M.

expressed strong opposition at the celebration of their own. inquiries in Tallahassee whether this state road.
hearing. The feature of the bill

that would centralize the powers of

the state educational system in Tal- ffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffitHHBffiffiffiffiffiHWffi

lahassee was sharply criticized. Ob- !fi !Ii
jection was also heard regarding I p :

school boards giving their services

free.All TI S

agree that the schools of the
state as a whole are in bad shape. You When Hi .
Many county systems are heavily in Safety m
debt. Teachers in many sections are: !:F e You Invest .

unpaid. Schools are closing, or have : .

closed, with less than full terms. '

The measure is now in the handsof [
!::f1 If you are the average person you have had all the get-rich- 3ffi!
a joint committee and while a invested. Real estate has never taken the count, and as long
L quick promises care to have regarding investments that
number of substitutes and amend- !:Ii you as this great country's population increases, it never will. !::
for no fault of turned out bad. of these investments
yours Many -
ments have been proposed, it is reported Every dollar you have invested in Building and Loan, is "
were blue sky and others straight
pure promotion
that little headway has been many secured by first-mortgage real estate security on some one's ffiffi
schemes. Others were no doubt good but world-wide financial -
made. Probably several important home-the of the American Family. Come what may, j
3 conditions have made them bad also. will\
changes will be made before the bill i this security never get to the point where it'will embarass !:

is reported for floor discussion. 1 The basis of all wealth in America has always been real es- the investor. !ffirAGE : (

School officers were asked by the tate. Depressions have forced it down temporiarily but it '
The American Home is the only type of security Building !:Ii .
committee tol present their own bill has always come back stronger than" fore, and has made the
? and Loan can offer you. Investigate and we know you will u:= /i ifi
for consideration along with that of person who held on more than a fair return on his money invest.. ,/ (
the administration. f

Governor Sholtz made it plain that ;

he presented the measure merely as I

ai suggestion making no demand that

the stated legislature,? however accept, that there his views.was great He I CLEWISTON HOME BUILDING ASSOCIATION I f

need of constructive legislation in the J

Florida school system at this time ....
and he expected the legislature to :n ;,

pass some ort "of measure along the f i

lines he recommended, ffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffi! ! !: !: !fi !:J1fi! !f1fi! !:IiYi! YiYiY1YiYY;!: Y1 'iYifi! !: YiFi!: :fi :