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 12, 1933
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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Clewiston was shocked Monday (By Charles J. Lovvorn) :the Senate was equally as insistent AT SUGAR HOUSETERMINATES
SEASON WITH 4-3 morning when a message was received hat the revenue go to the general
Ono succession of kings In me-
here telling of the death of ,fund. Was there any question, in the
J. Lang McDonald at his home in deval history are generally referred 'minds of the noble legislators as to CROP
WIN HERE SUNDAY to the "Do Nothings." Their
Ludowici, Ga. Death was caused by whether the people wanted legal beeror
I internal hemorrages. He had ap- regins were marked by continuedinavtivity not? Did not the vote in the past

'parently died in his sleep.Mr. on their parts while general election the election of
; every'wet" ,. Factory workers, office clerks, executives -
(By A. L. Hackett) Clewiston their people ,continued to suffer.Is .
McDonald came congressional candidate; the field workers and their
The Clewiston Cane Breakers op- I it possible that -the Florida legislature -
a year and a half ago, and overwhelming adoption of the Demo-I Jwives and sweethearts met at the
their 1933 baseball season last had will down in our slate
ened go
been employed at the Clewiston cratic party's wet platform; and the sugar house Saturday night, dancedto
,'Sunday afternoon on the local dia- Motor company here. He left here history with such an nn-flattering "general conversation of the people the strains of music by a Palm

mond with. a 4-3 victory over Moore about two weeks ago for a short va- name? show th eall-wise legislators that Beach orchestra, enjoyed a huge bar

Haven. cation at his old home, and was I. What has the legislature done? the people demanded legalization of becue, watched specialty' numbersby
Hooks started on the mound for /planning to return to Clewiston in I'IHas it lived up to the wishes of the the 3.2 beverage? There is but ,one members of the Eastern and West-

the locals, allowing only nine men to about ten days. I people who elected the members of answer. ern divisions ,as they celebrated the

face him in his three innings, retiring His body was placed in the Ludo- the two houses, 'or have these members The governor, whom the people of end of the sugar season in a gigantic

,__.- seven by the strike-out route. Rush Xvici cemetery Tuesday, near the homein retired to the capitol halls in Florida swept into office, carried the Ii harvest festival.

relieved Hooks for three innings be-f which he was reared. He is sur- Tallahassee to "clean-up" instead ol crY' of 'school relIef' 'kill, the octopus The affair, which was attended by

ginning the fourth, followed by Wil- vivied by his wife, a sister .in Jacksonville "clean-out?" ,strangling the life of the Florida some 700 persons, was declared to

son in the seventh. It was during and two brothers, Harry L. The biennial wrangle is on, while school system.. "He carried the cry i bq one of the most pronounced successes -

Rush's stay in the box that Moore Ipf Orlando, and Carroll W. of Clew- the people of the state of Florida to the people in three strenuous cam- of any kind to be held in

Haven scored their three runs on I iston. ,cast their faces, '''marked with hope paigns. They shouted, and voted, Clewisto this year., Already talk is '
two errors, a fielders choice hit and oward the capital, praying that some-
their approval of his workable pro- '(being circulated planning to. make
three walks. After this inning, thing will be done. Those of
you gram. When the legislature con- !the event an annual affair.
neither Rush nor Wilson was in 'any EDUCATIONAL BILL who are interested in statesmanshipand vened he
presented his message to The lower floor of the sugar house
danger. not petty politics could help the joint session, and asked for im- had been elaborately decorated for
Clewiston's scores came in the sec- the cause by notifying your repre- mediate action on the major-program the occassion' with, colored lights
ond, third, sixts and seventh, the PASSED PROMPTLYPROVIDES sentatives and senators that real
of relief. Did we get it? Did local strung from the large "I" beams,
winning run being made after Baker constructive action is demanded.As bills, and bills of petty importance, and the concrete floor given a heavy

\. doubled and was brought home on this is being written (Thursday not to mention downright foolish application of wax and meal to makeit
1 McFeeter's single. UNIFORM POLICY OF ; ) we find that 1563 bills have bills give way to the main topics of available for dancing. The orchestra -

4.. Hendry pitched a nice brand of HANDLING STATE FREE been introduced and only five mea- ,the people? No. One of the bills placed on a platform on one

ball for Moore Haven before he was PUBLIC SCHOOLS sures of major importance passed. introduced in the early part of the side of the building, was partly hid-

relieved by Hawkins in the eight. The legislature is now in the second session was to prohibit a person driving den from the dancers by palm leaves.
Prospects for a strong local team ---- half of its scheduled session and iis t
his automobile for more than Shortly after the dancing was underway
for this summer are good with mostof Tallahassee, May 11-The prompt the' earnest wish of the people that eight hours-such folly! Others, too vast quantities of confetti was

last year's veterans here, strength- passage of the Educational bill in ,the legislature complete its work in numerous to mention cluttered up the strewD/ about the place adding to the
ened by additional material. At a recent the House Monday by a unanimousvote regular session, and will not requirethe legislative program. The bills them- festiveness of the occassion.

',' meeting of the Clewiston baser of 85 to 0, came as a genuine tax:; payers to suffer the additional selves, might be advisable, but certainly The celebration, like the season
ball fans it decided that Clew-
was surprise. It was believed, becauseof expense of an extra session Of the noble legislature should just ended, was a great success
i. iston would not enter organized base the revolutionary changes proposed the bills introduced, 1013 were giv'have tossed them into the wastebasket I, Ifo accurate check could be ob-

'" ;-.' ball this summer but would play independent that this measure would take en their introduction in the Houseof until the, bills of major importance tained of the number of persons at-

teams in this section of up much time on the floor and even Representatives and 550 in the had been passed. tending. From time to time the floor

':, :'t ", the state. the most sanguine supporters, of the Senate, which is considered the more Such actions are comparable to the was crowded with dancers while
, :, This was done with the view of -
,;": t bill were amazed at the speed with stable body of the legislature. times referred to in the Bible which others gathered outside the building
f.. local baseball lovers
: the
: L" .: which it was handled. Monday the governor placed his says, "They called for bread; and ye Ito talk over the season, to say their'goodbyes
/ -: ,, ;:', with a better class of ball than
This bill is a substitute to the signature on the bills legalizing 3.2 gave them stones." The legislature to their fellow workers
,:;,, '-'J:: ."::-.' might be found in organized leagues. original administration measure. It ,beer, which had had stormy sessionsin has about "washed itself out" in'lbf the past season, and to get a

;'f!: :' I At the same meeting, Tom Shelley provides for a new uniform policy of both branches of the legislature,, the opinion of people who have state !breath( of fresh air on the outsideof

'/ "I was elected baseball manager, with administration of state free public and was finally adopted only after importance above local politics. It the crowded sugar house.
1->'V|,:' W. W. Hooks named to run the club. a joint committee of the House and is but doubtful
schools. The does possible, extremely ,
;i for'the' follows I measure away Much credit for ,the success is
The line-up day
: : ::;, with a multiplicity of authorities ov- the Senate had prepared a bill fixing that the legislature will get away due to the efforts of H. J. B. Scharn-
t Moore
' : :. t'. Clewiston Haven the tax, but providing that the reve from this "school-boy recess" they of the
,: \", D.'Hooks, 2b Bales, ss nue go into a special fund to be distributed have ,been having and settle down to berg, superintendent who had charge of the sugarhouse deco-
::' ;::' McLendon, Ib Rogers, ss Is later. The House ,
: wanted
.' Says Asparagus work before the session is over. It
::"'. Nail 3b Dowd, cf Irations; F. A. Paris, agricultural superintendent -
the revenue to to the schools
go and is certainly to be hoped for.
; in of the barbecue -
,:; ,
Mathis If
( Baker, If ,
One of Many New -E--R.- Fontaine purchasing
Rutland, ss Hawkins, Ib & p ;
'',>' .McFeeters, rf Lightsey,-"3b r-- LICENSE TAG IS STOLEN agent, in charge of the entertain-
Williamson, c Rohleder, rf Crops in the StateBy FORMER RESIDENTIS ment; and H. C. Kolstad, commis-

Guthrie, c Cothern, 'rf Police officers of the lake sectionare sary manager, who had charge of the

Cato, cf Roberts, 2b I still looking for the auto license ,Supplies. The organization of these
( Chas. S. Emerson, in April KILLED the
MONDAY prepared on
had everything
Avant, cf Daniels, c fag ,stolen some time Monday night ;men
Farm & Livestock Record) I I scheduled time, and food was in abun-
rJ W. Hooks, p Hendry, p & Ib from the car of R. George.
. I Something new in Florida. That'sbeen
dance for all. Lemonade, orangeade,
Rush Jenkins The
p tag was from the car in '
Wilson, p ** Bales I the news every year and sometimes 22 CALIBRE BULLET IS PROBED II Pahokee. Notices were promptly sent coffee, pickles, and tasty barbecue
'(I it appears several times a yearn revelers plentyof
Hit for Daniels. FROM BODY; LEE BEING rout giving the number, 98-696, ask- sandwiches gave the
** Hit for ,Hendr;)". 1, this Great State. HELD UNDER BONDThe ing officers to be on the watchoutfor food as they gathered for the last

Umpire: C.' Miner and Butler. I Since the beginning of the Twentieth the stolen tag. time this year at the plant where the

Century the' discoveries made in body of Bert Griggs, former i I Mr.George is operator on one of product of their,labors was converted

Florida-in the way of producing Clewiston man, was found on the the machines of. the Canal Construction I 1 (Continued on page 4)

.-A !: BEER SALES LIGHT something that had never been considered road side of Baker Highway a few company, working on the ,dike
: adaptable to the climate and miles from Moore Haven Monday af- project near Pahokee. He expressed -

/i: soil-have been amazing. ternoon with the wound of a 22 cali- the belief that the tag, was taken ADMINISTRATIONDELAYS

.,i1 : AS CONSUMERS SAY Irish potatoes, celery, lettuce, tomatoes bre bullet piercing his' heart. from the car while it was parked

: strawberries, cantaloupes, In recounting the death, the Moore near the construction camp there. ACTION ON
f G' grapefruit, grapes, Tung ,oil nuts, Haven Democrat, says today:
PRICE IS TOO HIGHHendry dairy cattle, pure bred beef cattle, Mr. Griggs was camping in a vacant REVIVAL SERVICES START

pure bred hogs, sheep, turkeys, house about a mile and half AWARDING BIDSWith
,chickens, rabbits, pigeons, and a lot from town and was evidently walking Revival services, held by A. V.
joined with the other',of other things have all been intro-I I along the roadway toward town Reese, assited by gospel singer, John

Florida counties in not being as in duced commercially'' since the year i when the bullet 'struck him. Wordof O. Beall, were started at the Hay the
terested in drinking beer as they 1900 and very few of these were even the accident was brought to(building last night. the work of continuing the

had been in talking:it. attempted before that time. town by J. E. Lee, who was attracted W i Mr. Reese, who ;was associated policy of awarding contracts on

When the first shipment of the legalized One of the garden products that by groans and discovered 'Mr. with the Baptist, board for a numberof Lake Okeechobee-Caloosahatchee river -

), beverage was received Mon-,I had been discussed on numerous oc- Griggs just as he was breathing his years, came to Clewiston with Rev. navigation and flood control pro-

, "', day evening by a retail grocer in.. cassions but had always been emphatically last. Lee hastily summoned a doc- Edwards, the pastor of the Baptist ject still being delayed 'by the admin-

; Clewiston, word was quickly spread.J rejected as impossible,I tor and returned with him to the church of Punta Gorda, who assis- istration in Washington, much speculation of-
and a small rush jammed the door-,I because of the warm climate was as- body. ted the evangelist in arranging the is made here as to the date

way waiting to be served with bottles paragus. Diligent, efforts were made by meeting. Mr. Reese says his meet-(I granting the next sections of the

r of the first shipment. The supply When the announcement was made local authorities to locate the ,relatives fngs are open to all Christians anda dike. official -
,, .k. was practically exhausted in a something over a year ago that a of the dead man. His mother cordial invitation was issued to all Some time ago Section 9, the
':,- few minutes and then the proprietor company had been formed' in Palm and three brothers were located in to attend the meetings, which areo title for the section between Lucie

closed his doors for the night. Beach to raise asparagus, it brought (Continued on page 4) \: be held nightly in the Hay build- Bacom's Point and the St.the Spa-

The next morning saw other ship- smiles of derision to the faces of ing for two weeks.CODIUNITY canal, was advertised and
low bidder, at a
ments arrive with a decided decrease many of the old residents and they I daro company was
, :> -. in demand for the 3.2 beer. remarked something about ;"Fools |i SENATE PASSES THE :: PLAYERS OFFER figure much less than the bid which.
". Up until Wednesday noon, only and their money soon parted" and THREE HATS HERE :MAY: 25: was placed by the War Department.To been
contract has not
five licenses had been issued by the about ----.- date the
promptly forgot it. ,
-,' county tax collector for retail sale I saw the beginning of the operation STATE CANAL BILL Thursday, May 25th has been set awarded to the Spadaro company that andit
.; of beer, and no wholesale licenses a year ago in January and at "for showing "The Three Hats," a is generally believed here
I IJ' I re-adver-
had been applied for. The licenses that time I was, a bit skeptical abouti three act comedy drama, given by this large section will be

.. were issued to: Francis Stokes, Fred i the project. When I visited that sec- I Tallahassee, May 11-The Florida ,'''the Community; Players, local thea- tised at the time the remaining sec-

..- Whidden, and Gus Cantrell, in Clew I tion in February this ,year, in comjjpany (,Legislature has passed a ship canal tre group, W. C. Owen, president, tions are offered for bids.

iston; and to W. A. Jones and Roy i t! with Joe Hill, who had been ;)i bill introduced in the senate by the announced yesterday. The work of the McWilliams first unit com-,
I for the
Lewis, in LaBelle. It is understoodthat writing agricultural news for the Commerce and Navigation committee I pany, contractors 20-ft.
others have applied fir licenses I Palm Beach Times for a year and i! as Senate bill No. 459. The WORD IS RECEIVED FROM:: is nearing completion and the the

.. from the collector of internal reve- had been in touch with the asparagus (I measure would create a corporation THEVAT..XABE'S IN JAPANF. wall extending five miles along

nue, and are only waiting for legal \ experiment, he guided me into the Ito:[ be known as the Florida Ship J. Tokiedo, Japanese farmer lake front West of Clewiston givesa
the com-
. I permission to sell the beverage. {I packing house of the company and Canal Authority. The purpose of here, is .in receipt of a letter from remarkable example of side
Consumers Say Price Too High we saw a couple of dozen employes 'I'I this authority is to acquire, operate, "Papa" Watanabe, one of the first pleted dike around the South
.' Most of the consumers have said ( sorting the asparagus into three and maintain a ship canal across the settlers on the site now Clewiston.The of the lake. The McWilliams '
its contract
that the price is too high for much grades, tying the bunches with state of Florida connecting the At- message from the Orient related pany is now over due with
drinking. Prices for the first ship-(. ty variegated ribbons and pret-I lantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mex- that the Watanabe's, 'Madame'and and is working under contractin penalty:
ments 'Papa' as they ,were familiarly 'for failure to' complete its
ranged from 25 to 35 cents Attractively designed label in colors
r a bottle. Some places charge a i j.on each package, then tying the I ico.This canal bill is legislation required known to Clewis ton, had been in the time granted in the material original .

\ ; }' higher price for imported beer, while !; bunches in well made crates of a I by the Reconstruction Finance their native country since leaving contract. A change in the delayedthe

: \ : others quoted it all at the same price. unique design, on which were large ,Corporation, before it will consider here in 1926, and that they would called for in the contract beginnnig of
,: It is generally expected that the: colored labels. (Ifinancial aid for dredging the canal. like to return to Clewiston.The company at the
price will drop within a few weeksespecially ;j It all looked good but it sounded lIt is estimated that the canal would letter said that 'Madame' was the task, and a change additional of specifi-delay -
'when 'more American brew. better when the manager told us cost $118,000,000 to complete. Un- in very poor health, but that 'Papa'was cations later gave an

eries release their products. An ab, they had marketed many thousands der the bill the canal could either enjoying the very best. to the work. Company -
sence of well known brands of pre- of crates of asparagus since Christmas be constructed by the State authority He gave their address as: The Canal the East Beach
Volstead days, as manufactureres are;! and had received 16 cents, 18, :to be created, or by the Federal Gov- S. Watanabe, contractor complete
quoted as saying they will not re. and 20 cents a bunch wholesale for ernment at no cost to the state. Hinomi-Tori, unit, will also apparently unless thQ
lease any beer until it has been prop. them it made a noise like genuine The bill provides for a corporation Yashizuka, / its contract under penalty, .
erly "aged." 1 (Continued on page 4) I. (Continued on page 4) Fukuoka, Japan. (Continued on page 4)


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.-' fclAY 12 1933. .
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The Clewiston News IMAGINE THIS! TOO LATE TO BY WHEREAS, .it is. deemed advis-: r?

Published every Friday in Clewiston, Congressman J. Hardin Peterson MT jWell \
the best: interest of the
KAY able and to
Inc.Florida by the CLEWISTON NEWS, spent Lakeland a couple recently of days and In while his homein there CLASSIFY RUSSELL City of Clewiston that the enforcement '

of the penalty provided by law
asked about the beer Igislation
,. non-paymecnt of taxes for
protests, or: for the
and "if there were any
Entered second class matter doctor, prescribed it. not! enforced as to
as if or organizations asked our growers are 'certainly if their the year 1932 be
February 1, 1927, at the Post Officeat him any to persons take any stand on the ques runnin' true to form in this arsenic And as for passin' a law requiringthat ,such of 1932 taxes as may be paid :F
Clewiston, Florida, under the Act controversy. They are havin' just all fruit and vegetables on prior to June 1st, 1933;
of March 3, 1897.A tion. which arsenic has been used be label- 4
To this Mr. Peterson, personally about as much success gettin' amendthe NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RE- .
and politically dry but a democratand on this subject as they've ed "arsenated" we ought to SOLVED BY THE'' COMMISSION OF
newspaper devoted to the best willing to stand on the plat had all these years in the matter of darned thing to include I THE CITY OF CLEWISTON IN SES-

interests of Hendry county, Florida. form upon which he was nominatedand marketing.For ues of the word "poison" and mark SION ASSEMBLED: A ; '

It's leading newspaper. elected, replied: "it may seem weeks now we've been standin' the fruit with; a red skull and cross-sold 1. That the payments of 1932 City ; .
and bones. Then if anybody ever
individual around yelling "grapefruit "
funnybut not one single Clewiston tax- s shall be accepted
could of
If another grapefruit grove, we
Subscription rate, per j.ear.$2.00 or organization on the dry side came arsenic-grapefruit and arsenic. Believe-it-or-not-Ripley prior to June 1st, 1933, without the II
asked to fight for or we keep it up much longer we'll haveassociatin' write Mr.
of Florida$2.50Business to me or me collection and enforcement of the
of State
'em with such famed about it. I
'and there is folks
against any measure, provided law
in favor of ar penalties by
The big argument
plenty of sentiment in Washington 'twins as ham and eggs, cheese
Office,Clewiston News,, to the effect' that the drys throughout crackers, or pork and beans. senated fruit seems to be that we 2. That the City tax collector be

Clewiston, Florida Editorial and the coutry are being worked for Let the buyin' public once get I can get it to market sooner, but if and he is hereby; directed to carry ,

Advertising, same. funds to fight and no fight is being the crazy; idea that a Florida grapefruit you ask me, no matter how soon we out the provisions of this resolution.
made by the organizations supposedto is a dose of arsenic and we'll get that kind of fruit to market, 3. That this resolution shall not .
we'll still find it ain't soon enough. in anywise construed. to affect ,
MORE CHILDISHNESSIt I be active in Washington representing have a marketin' problem on our .
them." hands that'll make the present dilemma .* $: any such City taxes as may not be ....".,.!. r-

associ That will be surprising news to look, like nothin' at all. Well, Dave took our legislativeteam paid prior to June 1st, 1933. : ._,'"
continued :
be that .
may this the ,
ation with children has made school some, but to others it will cause no We could go ahead and spray our back to the showers and gave Passed in open session, -t': \
1933. :
officials of the state look at mattersof surprise for many have suspectedthat I fruit with arsenic, carbolic acid, or i 'em another talkin' to. He didn't 3rd day of April, A. D. .' "" ..
school importance from a child- "the drys throughout the coun ,any old darn thing, providin' we keep razz 'em or bless, 'em out, but just F. D. DUFF, Mayor i.,,,' '

ish viewpoint, or it may be that they I:try are being worked for funds to our mouths shut about it.Vhen made a plain old-fashioned common- ''J. A. McGEHEE, ,):::

do not want to yield any of"their authority fight," as Peterson says. Mrs. Housewife goes into a store to sense talk. 'R. Y. PATTERSON, J -,
to the state, I As the Tampa Times says, "No buy'apples, or bananas, or other pro- He led off by pattin' 'em on the MALCOLM W. BIGG, :.,;:';:..

For the past years the burden of fight in Washington for prohibition! duce, she never worries about what back for what they'd done so far, Commissioners. ""t; ",.
financing the counties' schools has I Shades of Wayne B. Wheeler-and kind of bug juice may have been but called their attention to the fact Attest: ; :

been gradually shifted from the I sympathy, for those who opposed Al employed to give. it that school-girl that'you gotta stand up and swat' the MALCOLM W. BIGG, 'f.r ,

counties to the state, and yet the I fred E. Smith for president so vigorously complexion. ball if you expect to win a ball game Clerk. ::t.,
in 1928 because of prohibi- He said this was one time when
county authorities in all parts are Tell her the fruit was sprayed
the spectators wern't interested in
opposed to any plan whereby very tion. -Wauchula Advocate. with Duke's Mixture or Pratt's Pre- any extra-innings. They want the A....,..............................................NN.. ..NN.. ..NN.. ..NNI.. .. ..1
: much control gets out of their hands server and it don't mean a thing in .a.
and is delegated to the state. They PRODUCTIVE "rOR1IS: BEST her young life. But when you start game waund up in nine and if, we

don't mind the state paying, the bills, talkin' about arsenic, look out! It could do it in seven so much the I

i but when it comes to yielding very Any relief program that is 'sound I don't make any difference how littleis better.
He reminded the team that before
much authority as to how the fundsare must be based upon productive work used or how harmless it may be Good FarmLand f

to be spent-..-well, that's a We can, for example, build unneces- in that form, it's arsenic right on. this game started he outlined a num-
ber of for 'em and doin'all
different matter, seems to be the postoffices, federal buildingsand In the mind of the layman arsenicis plays was
sary he could to help 'em from the /
reasoning of the school officials. And statehouses until the taxpayersare just the same thing as a white 7
dug-out. : said, "I want boysto
He you
yet each legislature is swamped with blue in the face. A certain lilly on your chest.
get in there now and play ball.Don't .
requests for more and more funds. amount of distress will be, eliminated So for the love of Mike, let's hurryup
back away from the plate
Take our own county, for instance. a certan amount of temporary and make up our minds. If we when those fast ones like the school for Rent

For the school year 1926-27 ,Hendry employment provided, and that is all. are gonna use arsenic, let's go ahead bill, appropriations, salary, or bond
county schools received $1,169.55 for Unless the money spent gives us but shut up about it. If we're not, bills the Stand
come across pan.. up
school operation from state sources, I something actually needed it is wast let's forget it and talk about the and wham at 'em.

or 2.2 per cent of the total cost for ,,ed. weather or some other harmless sub-
"And another thing, you guys ....
that term. The total for that term ndividuals and industries must ..IJ -
I ject.It have had plenty of time to study the
was $53,809.28. Last term, 1931-32, eventually provide the productive may be perfectly safe to use pitchers, so quit takin' up time with
the state paid $15,075.59 of the bur- I w rk. This does'not'mean we should arsenic on citrus fruit or it may not. fouls. Play the game fast and let's
den of keeping Hendry county schoolhouse refuse charities give to them
; worthy ; You can't prove it by me. But I'll win it and get it over with. There's
doors open, or 25.9 per cent of i by all means. Charity in itself is bet if we do use the blamed stuff about four more innings left to playso TrespassersWill
the total cost. .a productive venture of a sort. But r,
and go around braggin' about it, there's no reason why we can'thang Be
Now the state school associationsare it is better if the same amount of there'll be a lot of folks who would up a winning score.. Let's set-

calling on the legislature to appropriate -!money can provide normal jobs, add not buy a Florida grapefruit even tle down and play ball." ProsecutedThe
'to: the nation's purchasing and
more and more money, but power
when the governor suggests that the I!give the spender himself something
state be given some say in how this :he needs and can use. A BUSINESS MAN'S DECLARATION on the death of the late Charles t
money is to be spent, we hear' a cry I Property improvements is productive OF INDEPENDENCE I I Ringling, founder of the establish 1 ,;,,

which .can be heard from Dan to work. Prices for materials and I ment. She gave assurance that no --- '\.
Bersheba. We have a few more I supplies of all kinds are at unprecedented Believing that there are fundamental -I I'depositor would lose. This was a ',

figures which may be of interest: In I low levels. Mills factories,, forces now at work eliminat bank guarantee that proved honest.In :

1926-27 the state funds paid to the I and quarries are inactive, waitingfor ing fear, restoring confidence and past and recent years many such

counties amounted to $853,079.94 or orders. There are millions of bringing back sunshine, I hereby''guarantees and promises have been :::'.

only 5.4 per cent of the total cost people in'this country who can afford promise that-, I'made by individuals and corporations'and (

of the schools;' and last term the to spend ten or a hundred, or I I will keep myself in the right I'' intrests, who failed when the ClewistonCompany {

state funds amounted to $6,183,161.58 .- a thousand dollars, to repair a furnace mental attitude at all times. I emergency arose. They did not keep

or 35.7 per cent of the total renew or replace a roof, buy I will eliminate the word "de pres- their pledges and those who trusted .
school cost. and install some labor-saving appliances sion" from my vocabulary and will them suffered. Mrs. Ringling gave

We are pleased to see that the legislature overhaul an automobile, or not complain of nor talk about adverse I her word and that word she will

has passed a bill, even if it'is paint a home and do a multitude of business conditions.I I;fulfill. Honor to her. Might all
which will the similar tasks. The property owner will make at least one constructive other financial institutions follow her '"
state a compromise a small ,voice in operating'give '' the who does this will get his improvements statement concerning business to example.-Miami Herald. .1H11.1N1.. .:N1N/N1N1N1M/N. . .N/N1.1. .1.:..1N/N/N/N. :N1..,

schools. at much less than their real every customer with whom I come in ,
value-and he will be putting dollars contact. -----
Can it be that local has
into productive relief wor \:. I will refrain from repeating,, gos- IIH ffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiifiS M
anything to do with the oppositionof
sip or rumors that tend to discourage
the school officials in not wantingthe
Many a boy today is spending more people or business.
state to to whom the
say money for amusement than his father did I will courteously, tactfully, but
I and Loan Facts
should be paid? Building
for an education, says the Clermont firmly refuse to'I listen to all "Whis- A

,Press. But the lads are probably pering Campaigns."

Plea for reciprocity, by George I i doing more amusing than their parents I will learn some new and helpful j, ffi

Burr in the Winter Haven Herald: ever, did educating. thing about my business every day.I .

"And now that all of us have so will put a sincere effort to make !EFi Wisdom says: Conservative Investmentis j-2

splendidly demonstrated our confi- And how's this for a prize winner? at least one new friend and customer -
the best Investment. 3
dence in the banks, isn't it about "Come back, Prosperity, all is for- each day.I D1tfi ![fi

time the banks exhibited a little con- given.; "-(from Crescent City Jour- will plan each day's work intelligently

fidence in us?" nal.) and work. that plan indus- ififfi !:17 -

-- I believe that knowledge, backedby Carefully considered, conservative appraised -

loyalty, industry and sincerity of !Ji loans on improved real estate is !:
purpose can help me to solve all of : ffiffi
my business problems. Therefore, I !Ii: the sound security behind stock invest- !

shall endeavor to live up to the let-
ment in this Association.
ter of this declaration by doing my Hiffi

BEST each day.-Exchange. _
Clewiston Dairy Company ifiLn! When you invest your money here, you !Hi '

KEEPING FAITH !:n don't get only one mortgage, you own afi! ,

it share in every mortgage held by the As'i'
The Ringling Trust and Savings
Bank of Sarasota will be closed and sociation.In ,

its affairs liquidated, but this action [i II

will cause no sleepless, nights for the addition to the security mortgaged, :j t
Three point two and then some! depositors. Widows and orphanswill
not be sent to the poor farm; m we take a note signed by the borrower and y

old people will not be denied their
his wife and the
we keep property constantly -
Our Grade-A Raw Milk is 1 100 Percent life savings; young folks will not ffiffi!
have their. thrifty sums taken from !:fi insured and see that the improvements !:

Pure Food . Just right for proper nour- them. For all depositors are to be !:fi are kept in repair. Yi. .

ishment and body building Try a bottleof paid in full., ; .
The situation is so happily differ-
Butter Milk when you want a refreshing ent from numerous other bank clos- !ffi: We also require the borrower. make ffiffi ".<'!;

ings in Florida and elsewhere thatit !yiLfi the loanfi! ,
drink! is worthy of attention. Millionsof i regular monthly payments on ; .' :. Il

depositors in America have seen I l !: this reduces the debt and makes our security !: ..id.m .

their savings wiped out in part or ifi ."
better with each
completely through the closing of financial payment'Clewiston !

Chocolate Milk Butter Milk institutions. Not so in Sar- ,
!fi !Ii ,
asota, the exception.The : ----- ; .

Sweet Milk Butter liquidation is voluntarily. No :U 1 ::n ,I,' ;

further money will be received and
all depositors are asked to call for m Home Building ffii j 4

their balances and withdraw the

money due them, totaling $441,000Mrs. Association
Charles Ringling, chairmanof

the board of directors, said this Administration Building
payment in full was in keeping witha m IIe

promise made iu 1926 when she

assumed responsibility for the bank 1 j 5 =Q '
v- 1 j jE ,





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I W. C. Owen this state and said by iance Lord and '
Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. many pastorsto as King. Peter.
Mrs. W. C. Worth, Mrs W. C. Prew-? be 'one of the most able Bible- Time of lesson: Sunday and Mon- "A colt whereon man never sat."
I Personal Mention I itt, Mrs. W. C. Hooker, Mrs. O. F. preachers they have ever heard. day of Christ's last week-April, A. A writer says, an unbroken colt, as
Schiffli, Mrs. E. L. Stewart, Mrs. M. Bro. Beall, gospel singer, in one D. 30. was appropriate in the case of one
E. Yenawine, Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw, of the seven Beall brothers of, Geor- Introduction: meant for a sacred service. See the
< Miss Hazel McAuley, of Moore Mrs J. P. Percy, Mrs. J. E. Beards- gia who have published a numberof We have come to the last weekof provisions in the Mosaic law (Num.

,: Haven, spent Sunday here visiting ley, Mrs. Tom Shelley, Mrs. Dave G. song books for church and Sunday Christ's ministry. A large part 19:2; Deut. 21:3). Everything was
Mr. and }Mrs. Roy Alston. Alston, Mrs. B. A. Bourne, Mrs. L. Schools. He, has been associated of all 'the Gospels pertain to this per- forseen by Jesus, the presence of the
'',...i R. Johnson and Miss Ruby Johnson. with Bro. Reese for twelve or four- iod. They all describe the triumphal colt, the precise place 'where he

;,":; Miss Sue Maxwell and R. L. Coker teen years and has also sung in entry. This occurred almost certainly should be found, the fact that he was
' P spent Sunday afternoon in West EVANGELISTIC CAMPAIGN TO BEHELD meetings for many pastors over on Sunday, which came to be tied, and even the ready complianceof
) .' Palm Beach. IN CLEWISTONThe I the South. known as Palm Sunday. A day or those in charge; and all happened
The services will be held on the two before this Jesus and his dis- exactly as he had said.
Mrs. W. M. Redelsheimer and announcement has been made first floor of' the Hay building. The ciples had arrived at Bethany, prob- "The two dsciples went their way

t.I son, Billy, left Monday for Miami, by Evangelist A. V. Reese, of Hen- auditorium is screened, lighted, and ably on Friday afternoon. It was and found the colt tied by the door
L, for a short visit with Mrs. Redel- dersonville, N. C., and gospel singer I will comfortably seat one hundred probably on Saturday night, after without in a place where two ways
sheimer's mother and other relatives. John O. Beall: of Florala, Ala., that I seventy-five (175)) people. Serviceswill the Jewish Sabbath was over, that met; 'and they loose him. And cer-
they will begin an evangelistic cam- I be, ,held daily at 10 A. M. and he attended a supper in the houseof I tain of them that stood there said

Mrs. W. P. Vaughn, Jr., and son I paign in Clewiston, Fla., Thursday at 7:45 P. M. Simon the leper. John says that unto them, what do ye, loosing the
Harry, left Monday for an indefinite i night, May 11, at 7:45. The public and all Christian peo- the triumphal entry was on the morrow colt? And they said unto them even
visit with relatives in Baton Rouge, These two brethren are well and I ple are cordially invited to cooper after this supper. as Jesus had commanded; and they

La. favorably known throughout the ate in this Evangelistic effort.A. The lesson says, "And when they let them go."
South and West. They have been V. REESE, came nigh to Jerusalem, unto Betha- "And they brought the colt to Je-
J. C. Harris and son left Mondayfor actively engaged in revival work for and 'phage and Bethany, at the mount of sus, and cast their garments on him; '
their home in Baton Rouge, La., many years. They have recently as- -JOHN O. BEALL i I Olives, he sendeth forth two of his and others cut down branches off
after spending the harvest season sisted Dr. James Day, Jr., in a meet- iI disciples, and saith unto them, Go I the trees, and strewed them in the
-',-' here. ing at the First Baptist Church of your way into the village over I way. And they that went before,
w Punta Gorda for two weeks. They unbap cbooI i against you; and as soon as ye be 'and they that followed, cried, saying
E. B. Butler, delegate of the Clew- continued the evangelistic campaignin : entered into it, ye shall find a colt Hosanna; Blessed is he that comethin
T-, i iston post, left this week for Havana Charlotte county at his tied, whereon man never sat; loose the name of the Lord; Blessed
Cuba, to attend the American tion for six weeks with sugges-I ion him, and bring him. And if any man be the kingdom of our father David,

t Legion convention. t cess. They have just closed say unto you, Why do ye this? say that cometh in the name of the Lord
paign with Pastor Edwards of Fort i ye that the Lord hath need of him; Hosanna in the highest."
Miss Evelyn Shutz, who had been Myers of four weeks with about fifty and straightway he will send him Some spread their clothing in the
teaching in the elementary school, i additions to his church. He accompanied FOR SUNDAY, .MAY 14, 1933 hither." road, as was the custom when kings ti

left Monday for her home in Wash- I these brethren to Clewis- Subject: Jesus asserts his King- "Bethany" means the "house of were traveling. From the vineyards,

ington, D. C. ton: Tuesday and helped to arrangethe ship.Golden I|dates," and lies about two miles from fig orchards, palm trees, and olive
meeting here. Text: "Behold, thy King!|Jerusalem, and "Bethphage" means orchards which covered thickly the
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Sparrow and Rev Reese has worked for the Bap- cometh unto thee; he is just, and!'"the house of figs," but its exact location sides of the Mount of Olives, the
"\ daughter, Anne, spent the first part tist Boards in several different having salvation." Zechariah 9:9.1 is not known. "The Mount of crowd gathered branches with which
\r of the week in TamPa with their states and has the hearty cooperation Lesson, Text: Mark 11:1-10; 15-'Olives" is east of Jerusalem and they covered the road over which
: -.II'1 relatives. of the Association and the State 18. |rises about 2723 feet above sea level. Jesus passed. The long fronds of
Mission Board of Florida. He has Practical Truth: Christ expects us The two disciples sent by Jesus for the palm were prominent in this use,
Misses Louise Waldron and Jewel held over three hundred meetings in to give him our whole hearted alleg-/ the colt were probably John and (Continued on page four)
!,,>% Lowe were guests of Miss Bessie Cul-
breath in West Palm Beach Friday -

F4;; night. :
:.1 Mr. and Mrs. D. A. McGeachy left : j!

Sunday for Tampa where they were '
called on account of the death of / \ :.:, ; "Take it from me-here's the !'' '. '.i:;'"
Mr. McGeachy's mother, who died o = : ;., ." f ", finest car that ever cut motor- "'':,
suddenly Sunday. Mi ing costs." i '

It/i>51 E'I believe It certainly has ; ;'
you. :
i1 Mr. and Mrs. A. V. McCrea left ;
Y.4 7 k ; everything I look for in a :, : '
Sunday for their former home in 0 ::

Orlando. Mrs. N cCrea had been em- motor car." ,' ,.:);
ployed as chief clerk at the Coast ; '

',_", : Line depot here. "'; ,>.
-- ..
: Mrs.R. H. Collins, of Coral Gables, : t
., .
'' 'r ': '; spent the week end here with her :: r.:rr: ,,: r{
( ', .. husband Major Collins. They, with 1;+ArS: <:i:

/ ''l ":1- :, W. S. Cowart, spent Sunday on a tar-

, '..; ,; pon fishing trip in the gulf.
; Mr. and Mrs. G. O. Wallace left ,:'
: : this week for Jacksonville where
; .k' ? they will visit their son Bill. They

were accompanied by Mrs. Gayle Mc-
Fedden, who went to visit relatives.

'' Miss Mae Drew, and Miss Eliza-
tr, beth West returned to their homes

in Richland, Ga., after spending the
school term here. They were teachers -

in the elementary school.

Mrs. V. H. McCarter left Sunday

:, for Jacksonville, where she was call-
ed on account of the illness of her
mother. According to word received
here yesterday, her mother is grad-
-: ually improving.



Miss Evelyn Shutz entertained at
tea at the home of' Dr. and Mrs.

W. T. Bailey 'Friday afternoon for A GENERAL MOTORS
members of her high school lan- VALUE"I'm _
thinking of buying a news _
guage classes. Miss; Shutz left early I 'J.,';: I
.1 '
: car. What's your advice? ;1:
this'week for her home in Washing- '
;. -i ton, D. C.Those Take a minute to watch the new'"A six-cylinder Chevrolet. .::,.

IJ -L present at the tea were: J '\ Chevrolets that pass you by. Look at There's one engine you :;
; Vesta Allen, Betty Spicer, Ivon Pre- rj know is right=a good .-
the pleased expressions on the faces of
vatt, Lily Merle Wynn, Emma Laura > ', many millions of owners
Bethea, ,Evelyn Hare, Roy Green jr., "There's ,more room, all right-and the drivers. These people are enjoying t f,' fr.. have proved it for you" .
and Merrell Lowe. the upholstery is certainly better."
life-going places in style-going
"Yes-and no other low priced car s ''' 3;
MRS. BIGG IS HOSTESS FOR with less fuss and bother, and with
f has Fisher No Draft, Ventilation, ,, ,a; y;
MRS.,PATTERSON'S GUESTS and I wouldn't do without that" more solid contentment than most

have traveled with before.
'] people ever
..1rs.11.. W. Bigg was hostess at 1
a lovely bridge given in honor of Mrs. They are driving the one low-priced /

L. R. Johnson and Miss Ruby John- : car that combines all the best things .
; ; son, who are visiting Mr. and Mrs. .
is still topping
i "I see Chevrolet offer. ,..
+ motoring can "
; R. Y. Patterson. The bridge was :
( them all in sales. ,
held Tuesday afternoon at Mrs. Bigg's
}q; home. I! "No wonder. How about it-wouldn't you like to

Mrs. W. C. Worth, holder of high A Chevrolet get more fun out of motoring-and be
score; Mrs. W. C. Owen, second for as little "Seventy already! You'd never guess it from
high; Mrs. J. F. Tippey, low; and ,, as $445 is money ahead? Then drop in on your the sound of that engine."
the honorees were presented with ,k yi r4S t ih bound to Chevroletdealer.. In no time at all w
w it if
; you'd never guess you
gifts. $4 -b= appeal to he'll fix it up so you can save with a were driving. Give me a big,
At the conclusion of play, delicious
r every smart heavy, low car every time, for
Chevrolet. 'y''Ej
refreshments were served to: Mrs. { new
1 buyer. "
R. Y. Patterson, Mrs. H. A. Bestor, -4 ; readability.
Mrs. Fred Hill, Mrs. Earl Fontaine, y c 1. CHEVROLET MOTOR CO., DETROIT, MICH.

$445 $565
-- to

: 4$,; Allprices f.o.b. Flint,Mich. Special equipment ,....-- .,,.-
LIBERAL REWARD extra.: Lowdolivered prices easy G.M.A.C.terms. '

;'" For the return of the diamond

.;t->I ,';' '" ,crash bracelet just lost West, during of auto-t/rnin Clewiston ''G,r. NE\' CHEVROLET
AVE \' TH Ii
,;; ).-.-' ',.J March:women 1st Mere, when killed1.two Ft. Finder Mjers

please communicate directly
with Fort M>'ers NewsPressFt. .

\. Mjers, florida .. .J-J- .J ClEWISTON MOTOR COMPAt F Y -r ClEWISTON, FLORIDA


FRIDAY, MAY 12, 1033.

HOUSES; IS STATE SURPRISE NEW CROPS IN FLORIDA FIELDS However the situation seems destined -
for a change, and products of
(Continued from page 3)) Everglades
(Continued from page 1) (Continued from page 1) high quality should again come into
and were waved in the hands of the I
be in various counties. euccess. However, he explained that their own. With the country going'on"
:people so that the last Sunday er "off" the gold Theatre
inflation and
fore Good Friday (Crucifixion Day) The State Board of Education, in the good prices were somewhat due
the fact that the California as- standard, practically everyone agrees L BELLE GLADE
is called Palm Sunday in our Christ- the new bill, would have the powerto to will
had been frozen out at the that the prices for commodities
ain churches. At a partcular turn fix and determine a maximum sal- paragus -
in the road the whole of Jerusalem ary scale to be paid teachers. All beginning of the shipping season and inevitably rise. Prices that farmers

burst into view, and then the pro- salary warrants, after having been I the Beach Club brand had the exclusive and growers pay for products likely FridaySaturdayMARY
of in all the mar- will rise, but there is good prospect
school boards right way
cession passed and Christ wept over made out by the county
I their I
kets for three months. that the prices they receive for
the city. I would be signed by the State Treasurer -I
direct from the state Plantations Inc. whichis products will go up at .a mor rapid PICKFORDIN
"And Jesus entered into Jerusalem and paid I Asparagus ,
and into the temple; and when funds allocated for schools. I the name of the company in West rate.With I! i
I .
he had looked around about upon I The measure defines what shall Palm Beach, has 142 acres of aspar- the return of a higher price

all things, and now the eventidewas constitute higher gradeb\ provides agus in bearing near Belle Glade, level, or as some would call it, nor-

come, he went out unto Bethany for appointment of certain school of- on Lake Okeechobee, and was prepar malcy, there seem to be good reasons SecretsWITH I

with the twelve." And they come ficials, assures a uniform system of ing; 40 acres more for planting whenwe for believing that better prOd-\\
to Jerusalem; and Jesus went into accounting, determines the size of were there. The company owns utcs will command better prcies

the temple, and began to cast out classes and fixes courses of study, several hundred acres and has installed -' be more profitable. This would be 1 -

them that sold and bought in the requires submitting of budget by dikes, and ditches and a pumping true of citrus, watermelons, truck HOWARDAll j

temple, and overthrew the tables of each county board for state approval -: system for control of the water .crops, in fact, almost any and all LESLIE

the money changers, and the seatsof : abolishes the office of state inspector .either for drainage or irrigation. I crops.It she has meant to the

them that sold doves; and would of high schools, ,and coversa I This system has a pumping capacity* is entirely possible that watch- screen is summarized in this '

not suffer that any man should carry number of other points; all tend- of 15,000 gallons a minute and can words may be changed again soon. most brilliant triumph of a .. 1
any vessel through the temple. And ing to give the state sweeping con- be used for drawing water off the It may be that the 'cry for economy brilliant career! -

he taught saying unto themis it trol over the school system. land or placing it on the land and will not be so insistent, and again

not written, My house shall be called The State Board of, Education is for frost protection. there will be a clarion call for quality .-j

of all nations the. house of prayer? composed of the governor, the state' Long experience in growing aspar- products that will likely be de-'

but ye have made it a den of treasurer, and the state superintend-,agus, combined with modern meth- manded. It will entail some extra Sun.-EV8on.-Tues.
thieves" nt of public instruction.This ods worked out since beginning the expenses, but should more than repay -

"And when even was come, he Educational bill is recognizedas experiment has enabled the company for the expense and trouble. JANET GAYNORCHARLESFATIRELL \

went out of the city." When Jesus one of the most important piecesof I to produce a maximum yield that The old slogan, "Extra quality

thus entered Jerusalem the disciplesand legislation before the assemblythis I has proven most satisfactory.' The pays extra dividends," may again be -IN-

pople expectd him to proclaima session. Much satisfaction was root system remains in the ground true.
tmporal kingship. When he did expressed over the passage of the and in the Summer season, when TESS OF THE

not, then most of his. followers deserted measure by the house and, it is ex- other sections are producing aspara- AT THE EVERGLADES THEATRE '
him.ADMINISTRATION. pected that similar action will occurin .
gus the asparagus grass is allowed STORM COUNTRY .
the senate.SEXATEItASSES. to head and is. cut in the Fall and "
DELAYS With the coming of "Tess of the
: as the new shoots come up during :
ACTION;, ON DIKE PROJECT : ASKED FOR the Winter season they are gatheredand Storm Country" to the Everglades The world will love these t
: WATERWAY Theatre next Sunday, the army of than, ever in this
BILL TO PERMIT marketed at a time when the I' lovers more
(Continued from page 1)) highest prices are obtainable. Gaynor-Farrell fans will see their delightful story of a. girl. .
of soil moved getsa from favorites in what is said to be the a milII! .
average yardage (Continued page 1)) who captured young ,
The demand for
huge increase toward the finish of b eoperated by a board of five directors -I I green asparagusin most exciting and dramatic offering lionaire's heart. I b1
the Winter season has been lim-
they have yet made and a picture
the contract. to be appointed for four
I ited during the past two years, on
, The Spadaro contract, on the West year terms by the governor. The very different from any of their pre- i
account of the depression but
: shore, is also sure to be finished under state of Florida, however, assumesno vious vehicles.
the return of good times it is ex- Wed.Thurs.WARNING .
penalty unless their yardage in- financial responsibility for indebtedness The story deals with the hectic
pected that it will become popular
oreasea. The, average amount of except for the salary of adventures of a sea-captains' daughter -
with all classes and the company ex- I
soil being moved on this project is a Chairman of the Board of Directorsand who comes to live ashore for
only about 6,000 cubic yards, whichis a, general manager. pects to continue its'plantings each I the first time in her life. Don't let fake mind read-
year until possibly a thousand acres .
much below the average estimated The corporation would have authority With its opening sequences aboard ers fool you. Beware of their
will be bearing the succulent plant
necessary to move to avoid penalty. to issue bonds, acquire rightsof I,that has always been considered a the captain's schooner, the pictur- mystic force which some women -

These contractors may put on fur- way, collect tolls, etc. The route delicacy. ,esque settings of the shore scenes, can't resist. This picture -

ther machinery or may strike some has not been definitely determinedbut the production adds a scenic real- I exposes for the first,
blocks of soil easy to move, and in counties through which it pass- While Miami, Palm Beaph and ism to its swift-moving story. Miss\ time a m a z ill g tricks by

this way end the contracts within ed would have the right to provide Jacksonvilleare the only cities hand- Gaynor's work as the fiery and independent which they often exert fa- f:
would have ling the Beach club brand this sea- tal facinatioii. "rCurge' you
the specified time. rights of way. The state fisher girl and Farrell's
the authority to give land grants of son it is expected to introduce it in .performance as the carefree 'young- to see it so that you may ..t

GALA CELERRATIOIN ARKS state-owned lands over the right of every city in Florida next season step who encounters love for the first avoid the pitfalls which ;t

CLOSE OF 1933 HARVEST way and means are provided whereby and this state alone will be able to ,time, are reported to rank among the I trapped the lovely girl in }3 3l
in the rightof consume a considerable portion of this amazing story!
other lands necessary i stars' finest portrayals.
Continued from the crop, while New York, Chicago, l 1
( page 1)) way may be procured. Exemp-,
Boston and all other Dudley Digges, Miss Gaynor's un- WILLIAM WARREN
Philadelphia, ,.
of :
into raw sugar.A tion from taxes of the property "
cle in "The First Year, enacts the 1
will of
large centers quantities
touch of sadness was furnishedas the 'corporation is provided in this use .
role of her nautical father in "Tess
the carefully picked and packed as-
the orchestra played its last num-. "
bill.The :Claude Gillingwater, June Clyde and
ber and the crowd of merry-makers 1 measure passed the senate :paragus. THE MIND 'I
Edward Pawley have the other prin-
Florida certainly can boast a
realized that the evening was over, with a vote o( 32 to 2. The endorse-
cipal roles, with George Meeker, Mat-
wonderful of food
and many of those present would ment of the house was indicated bya
ty Kemp and DeWitt Jennings also READER
it is encouraging to learn thatit
leave within few for other -
a days vote of: 67 to 19. ,
will be able to supply the Nation's prominent in the cast.
each carried the
points, hope :
that all would return next year to Adjourn the legislature, :Mr. Gov- tables in the Winter season when The direction is by Alfred Santell, ---'TJTH- ,J,,9f

continue the work. ernor, and tell the boys to come on most of the country is dormant and who made Miss\ Gaynor's earlier pic- CONSTANCE CUMMINGS 'f

home, pleads the Brooksville Journal non-producing. tire "Daddy Long Legs" and Farrell's "
Those "How she lost 10 pounds of who evidently thinks we've had "Body and Soul." The film was adap- :;

fat" advertisements may. be popular enough of this and that and too little FORMER CLEWISTON MAN IS ted from the novel by Grace Miller SUNDAY MATINEE A
FOUND KILLED MONDAY White and the dramatization by Ru- From 3: P. m. ;
reading if 3.2 brings on the avoirdu- real legislation. -j
pert Hughes. S. N. Behrmand and

(Continued from page 1) Sonya Levien wrote the screen play. 1
Punta Gorda and arrived here Thurs-

day morning. The wife and children --;
had but recently moved to Clearwaterand

J as the surviving family did not
IT'S HERE t Ar "
: know their street; address, efforts to )

," locate them failed.

k Funeral services were held Tues-

day afternoon with Rev H. C. Comp-
ton preaching the sermon. The body AUCTION SALESATURDAY

was buried in Ortona cemetery.A .

.. : coroner's jury, under Justice of .
the Peace R. L. Golden deliberated

BEER.MODERATE until Tuesday afternoon. J. E. Lee MAY 20th, 6:00 P. M. 'j'J

was held under bond in connectionwith ir

the death, as the result of AT MOORE HAVEN

the jury's verdict. The case will be

brought before the grand jury at the
PRICES .y yi' next regular term of circuit court. '.

WITH RISING PRICES, I- The entire personal and household effects ,,:j
Fresh. Crisp Pretzels with Ice Cold Beer
: QUALITY PRODUCTS MAY of the late G. J. L. Smith will be sold for
Delicious Sandwiches AGAIN BRING PREMIUMSQuality

cash to the highest bidder. ;

in farm products has not .. j

4V received the consideration it deserves The various articles will be offered for sale j
during the last two or three years.

Sugarland Cafe The reason is obvious. Quality prod- separately. The stock consists of livingroom j

ucts did not command the premium

A they should have ,commanded on the and dining room, furniture, kitchen 1

May Stokes Prop. Hopkins Bldg. market, and consequently growers
radio beds
: equipment
were not justified in going to the mattresses, silver'J.'J

I extra expense of producing a quality odd dressers and chairs .{
ware, cut glass,
product. People did not have the .

to fancy priceseverywhere Haviland china electric
KKXffiUi ffi ;! ; ; the watchword was economy.As stove, typewriter, t

L'iKffifKXffiLRSifiifiifiKffi a result, producers of farm prod- adding machine, pistol, guns, fishing tackle j' '\
ffiS ucts had to pay more attention to

Beer aifi reducing expenses than to. producing jewelry, etc. ..:1:

m Jack Green nActoeer

Cuban or Aged American ;

25c--SERVED ICE COLD-25c, i + The stock will be open for inspection all w{.j

We will soon have Beer on Draught! w -I i I I day. Sale starts promptly at 6:00: p. m. '': ,.'1.,
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Last Wednesday Near The but will not be included in the Auction. 1
; Haven Clcwiston Road
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: : Pump Plant South of Hooker's Point.

!:Ii !: Finder please return to News of- .1

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