The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00424
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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 26, 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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System ID: UF00028415:00424
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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I SERMON SUNDAY Here Sunday NightThere Governor David bholtz Nepotism in Florida

.'_ on the air Sunday evening SETS SALARIES OF

, 1 will be no church servicesat over, the green network of Tallahassee
May 24 A drastic
AT SCHOOL HOUSEA the Community church Sunday. radio stations, to talk to nepotis measure was introduced by COUNTY OFFICERS
night, in order that there will not : r
on affairs of State. The Senator G. Frank Andrews, Green-
be a conflict with the commencement : which will the ville applying to all state' county k
complete program for the bac- sermon which is to be held at the and municipal government officials; A new schedule of county officers (q I
school at 8:15: the chairman of the message are WRUF, WIOD to prevent any official or employe salaries for Hendry county is provided 1.
calaureate' sermon, which is to be board of trustees said. Rev. A. V. WDAE, and W.TAX?. from engaging the services of any by the amendment attached to

held at the Clewiston High School R'eese' who is conducting a revival in relative in their own office. The bill the general county officer's salary .

Sunday night, has been announcedby the Hay building, also announcedthat also would prevent any official from bill passed by the House of Repre-

Prof. M. G. Langford, principal.The there would be no services there CLEWISTON employing relatives of any other sentatives ,Monday.: The amendment //1-

sermon will be delivered by Sunday night, giving way to the i I state, county, or municipal official, I setting up the salaries for Hendry J

the Rev.! U. S. Gordon, of Gaines commencement sermon at the public including members of the legislature. I county officers was made by Repre-
ville, pastor of the First Presbyterian -, school. Mr. Reese announced that FORT MYERS Employment, of married women ex- sentative R. Everette Burchard, of ,f"
church of Gainesville, and mod- there would be baptismal services at cept where the husband and wife, this county. It was attached to the
erator of the Florida Presbytery. 2:30' Sunday afternoon at a place to made a sworn statement that the bill sponsored by Rep. Royal J. Un-

The public is cordially invited to be designated at the meeting. He also Clewiston baseball fans husband could not support himself triener, of Pensacola.The I'

attend this sermon, and the, gradu- said he expected this week to end I a real treat here Sunday and his wife also would be prohib- Set-Up 1

ates, in whose honor it, is to be held the revival services. when they saw the locals ited. The penalty for violation Office Annual salary f:'

issue an invitation to all to be pre- much-heralded Fort Myers would be removal or impeachment. Sheriff $ 2,400.00 !

sent. The graduating class, consistsof in a thrilling 3-1 game. The Tax Assessor 1,800.00 !'
AUDIT DISCLOSES are considered of the Tax Collector 1,800.00 t(,
: Miss Roberta George, Miss Jewel one
Lowe, Robert Mitchell, and Edward teams in the West Coast FLORIDA SUSTAINS Clerk of circuit court 1,80000 ('
Ward. came to Clewiston with the County Judge 1,500.00 .n'

The program as arranged by the STARTLING FACTSTallahassee pectation of adding Supt. Public Instruct'n 1,500.00 'i
Senior class and Miss Sue Maxwell, wreath in their crown, but SMALL FARM LOSSTAMPA Sup. Registration 225.00
-j; .* class sponsor, is as follows: not able to hit the County Comm'rs (each) 360.00 -J;
Procesional. ay 24th Startling liam Hooks, nor could they School b'd members 180.00 jj
Song, facts were disclosed in a summaryof onslaught of the May 23-Florida sustained Justice of Peace 10.00 |

Invocation.. amounts found due by the State The Fort Myers game a smaller percentage\, of loss in Constables 10.00
Song. Auditing Department. Breakers a perfect record farm income than any other state, Sub' section (b) of the amendment

Sermon. The data compiled by State Audi- season, three games, three between 1929 and 1932. Receipts provides that the following officers

Song. :. tor Bryan Willis, covered a period the local team is now from her major crops and live stock shall receive the amount set oppositethe
Benediction. *: from January 1, 1929 to March 31, worlds to conquer. products for _the latter year were office for deputy or clerk hire:

Recessional.The 1933. Hooks allowed only six 33.4, percent less than in the former. Sheriff $1,600.00Tax

program will begin at 8:15 During this period audits of coun- I Ft. Myers outfit, and the Reduction in the United States as Assessor 900.00 .

Sunday evening. ty books disclosed that excess fees moundsman, Claude Bryant, a whole was 56.8 percent. Tax Collector 900.00

) totalling $1,836,769.93 had been col- only five, but Bryant was Federal statistics showing the Clerk circuit court 900.00
Commencement Exercises Thursday I lected. Of this amount $748,244.90had support from his field mates.Special income by states for the past four Sub-section (c) provides "It shall
The first commencement exercisesof been recovered bal- of the Clerk of the Cir-
leaving a years recently were released in be the duty
the local school will be held at'th I ance due and still to be collected of Washington. Analysis of the fig- cuit Court above mentioned to serveas t
school auditorium Thursday night, Tax of county !
108852503. on I ures made for the current numberby secretary to the board
June 1, at 8:15 m., with Hon. R. and he 1
p. The summary was compiled for the Florida Grower, agricultural commissioners in said county
I. Vervoort, president of the Miami the information of the legislatureand Liquors and magazine published here, discloses shall receive as compensation for '

Kiwanis club, delivering the commen- was brought out on the floor of that this state has fared markedly this service the sum of three hun- t

cement address. Mr. Vervoort's top- the House during a discussion of better than any other during the depression -I dred $300.00) dollars per annum i
ic will be of his own selection.At the County Officers Salary Bill. The collector of internal I payable in equal monthly install- 1

the same time as the exercisesfor The report also gave the cost of for the District of 'Florida Rhode Island made the second best ments. This compensation is to be f

the Senior high pupils, will be the operation for the Auditing' Depart- that all dealers in malt showing, her loss, having been 37.0 paid in addition to the compensation k
presentations of, diplomas and awardsto ment for the period as 31445128. wines are required to'pay percent. Of the remaining 46 states specified in sub-sections (a) andb)

the Junior high school pupils. Auditor Willis pointed out that his tax on the sale of beer at only nine showed a reduction of less of this section. 1'
of $50.00 per annum as a of :Mr. Burchard's -
department was severely handicapedby The fourth sub-section
The diplomas for the high school than 50 percent. New Jersey had
r I--. graduates will be presented by W. C.Owen lack of funds and personnel. De- dealer and _$20 per annum 37.9, New Hampshire 40.0, Connecticut amendment provides: "The

r' chairman .of.the bqaxd.of.trus- mands for'audits continue-,to..pour in,. tail dealer and on the sale 40.7. Massachusetts 41.4, Ver- members of the Board of PublicJn-( -\!
F tees of the Clewiston school; and the from all sections of the state and. $100 per'annurri as \vn mont 42.9, West Virginia 46.2, Cal- struction and the members of the
Junior high diplomas will be presen- although every effort is being made er and $25 per annum as ifornia 48.3, and New York 48.3. Board of County Commissioners shall 1 j
to undertake the work dealer. The tax is due and in addition to the salaries as i:
ted by Roy Green, member of the as soon as receive, I
board of trustees. The following possible, lack of auditors occasions I during the month in which hereinabove specified, five cents a
delay.A ness is begun to June. 30th mile for traveling within the county
program will be given: 4)I MEET TO PROTESTDREDGING
Processional. bill now before the legislature I ing prorated over the when in the performance of their

would remedy this condition by au- bility. official duties.
Special ,Music.Salutatory horizing. the employment; of nine For example a dealer in ACTIONThe Local Bill Introduced t,
Address.. Bob :Mitchell
additional auditors and providing for began business in May, At the night session Monday, Mr.
Class History, Miss Jewel Lowe an annual audit of all county books. quired to pay a special Burchard, joined by Rep. Stone, of
Class"Will Edward Ward May 1st to June 30, 1933 Gulf introduced a bill of limited i
Class Song, The Seniors and a dealer in wine who board of county commissionersof being effective only in counties ..}

Address Ralph I. Vervoort STATES PUT BAN iness in May, 1933, is Hendry County, the City commis- of scope Florida, having a population of be-

: Valedictory, Miss Roberta George pay a special tax for the sioners of LaBelle adopted resolu- tween 3100 and 3900 according to ;:
Presentation of Diplomas., of $4.17. ;
tions Monday calling on the War the last federal census (this applies 1
ON HEAVY TRUCKTallahassee Any dealer having begun to only Hendry and Gulf counties).
Department, the president, the Flor- :{
NO PRICE ADVANCE FOR in May and failing to pay The full title of the bill follows: .
42ml STREET I eral tax for the two ida Senators and the Representativefrom House Bill No. 1320: \

May 24Representative before May 31, 1933, this congressional district to A bill entitled An act providingfor I

Sam E. Teague, Franklin conuty, quent on June 1 and is protest the delay in the work of the compensation of county sher- f
Dobrow of the Everglades
Manager penalty of 25 percent of the county tax
chairman of the House Finance Committee dredging the Caloosahatchee river.A iffs, county tax assessors,
Theatre, where the musical comedy, of tax due. There has also circuit court clerks and f
drama spectacle, "42nd Street," will called attention to the action curred a liability to the delegation composed of Carl E. >_ _11 .. H... of Flor-
judges in iUlUlU1U: <-s:
being taken by other Southern states county I
:- open next Sunday announces that in the matter of protecting their I alty imposed by the ';X.oyer, mayor, of LaBelle, Ray C. Hull, ida having a population of not more I
popular prices will prevail duringthe :public highways. amount of 1000. All and 'B. F. Magill, members of the than 3900 and not less than 3100, 1
engagement of this,Warner Bros. fore who have not already Federal
board of commissioners L. O. according to the last preceding ;
Damage to thehighways, and the county ,
in spite of the
special production ial tax should immediately be
that has or may
r road-show calibre of the all-star piet dangerous traffic hazards, brought I with their local deputy Gravely, attorney for the board, recently census taken providing that all 1
about by the use of heavy trucks officially ;
returned from Tampa where
t ture. Mr. Dobrow's decision to keep with the Collector of or paid to such officers 1
collected by
down is in line and trailers have forced many statesto they heard a talk by Maj. Beverly I fees
v the prices of tickets enue, Jacksonville, Florida, be paid into a special funds to j
take stringent legislative action Dunn division for the U. S.
is ,
with his belief that 42nd Street" ing the necessary returns Officers Fund"and 1
be known as "County
. k the toward lower weight limits and elim- army, and these men quoted Maj. ,
' the happy kind of picture country tion. Should the dealers for all such officers to be com
ination of four wheel trailers.In .
needs at this particular time and that the sale of beer and wine Dunn as saying that all contracts on from and the expense of the d i
. the usual prices will enable scores Tennessee, Mr. Teague was ad- 30, it, will be necessary the Lake OkeechobeeCaloosahatcheeriver of their offices paid from !
more to see it who would not be vised, the new law places a gross to file new special tax navigation and flood control operation and providing for the I
r able to if it were shown on a two-a- weight limit of 1,000 pounds on four 11, for the twelve project which were not let by July duties such of, such; officers, and the duties I
wheel trailers, becoming effective 1, of this would not be, awarded
: day, road show basis. ending June 30, 1934 and year of the Board of County Commis- I
January 1, 1934.In until 1935, if then. For this reason
i. include
The stars of 42nd Street mittance of the tax as counties and for other
sioner in such I
1 Warner Baxter, Bebe Daniels, George. Kentucky, the gross weight for for the following year. the residents of the Caloosahatchee i I

Brent, Una Merkle, Ruby Keeler trucks is 18,000 pounds and only tax cannot be paid for a valley are anxious to have this partof I purposes.The bill was placed on the local I j
(Mrs. Al Jolson), Guy Kibbee, Ned semi-trailers are permitted to oper- period, in cases where the the project awarded as soon as is I
ate. Four wheeled trailers barr- calendar. ,
Sparks, Ginger Rogers, Dick Powell, are is begun in July ,of each possible.The .
,ed from Kentucky highways. The resolutions adopted set out j
and Allen Jekins. In addition, It is therefore necessary LILY BULBS SHOULDBE
length limit for trucks in Kentuckyis that "the of LaBelle is almost EASTER
t are one hundred and fifty chorus dealers in this commodity city I
fixed at fifteen and one-half feet IN1 GROUND ALL SUMMER
z girls, all of them specially trained erate in the payment of I yearly under several feet of water
:: r for their intricate routine by Bus- the Finance Committee chairman ad- order to avoid the penalties aused exclusively by the flood watersof
by Berkeley, former dance directorfor vised. ed. the Caloosahatchee River, said Many questions about storing Easter -
Broadway's greatest producers. Alabama fixes a gross weight limiton waters being a constant menance to lily bulbs have been sent to the
any vehicle or combination of the health and lives of the residents State Experiment Station at Gaines-

FORD SALESMAN REPORTS 20,000 pounds and bars all four Community of LaBelle." . "And that the ville, and the receipt of so many requests -
wheel trailers from her highways. property owners of LaBelle are being for information for this beau- i
"BUSINESS IS EXCELLENT"Buisness South Carolina's General Assembly Presents Three taxed for the purpose controlling tiful Florida bloom has prompted the. :
this year_ set a gross: weight H n limit said flood waters." station to ''give out the louowms information I
is excellent, is the report for trucks or semi-trailers at 20- The meeting also discussed and .
J. S. (V-8) Atkins made yesterday.Mr. I 000 pounds, effective December 31, l From the opening protested the expenditures of the "Easter lily bulbs may be left in
Atkins, manager of the Glades 1934 and the law bars four wheel), mine scene, until the drop Okeechobee Flood Control Board the ground all summer, and if dug
Auto Sales, local Ford dealer, said trailers, according to informationn 'last curtain, the cast of and requested Governor Sholtz to at all it should be just before root-
that in the past month he has sold furnished Mr. Teague by that state's Hats" entertained an cause an investigation to be made. ing starts. This is usually in late

14 automobiles, which is far above motor vehicle division. school auditorium last of the monies, particularly salaries, 'August or September. They may be
' F' the quota he had expected. "Lots third dramatic offeringof being paid by the board.At I' rebedded immediately or kept in a
" of people are waiting for the new FLORIDA FARM FACTSA munity Players. cool place away from drying air currents -

' { Ford," he said, "and others are going decline of nearly $6,800,000000 ,- Clever comic lines, the night session of the House : for several weeks.
ahead making purchases of cars even in gross farm income from 1929to the embarassing situation i of Representatives Monday, a bill "At digging time one may leave p
If others are talking hard times." 1932, or about 57 percent, is estimated wyn (played by W. C. to abolish the city of LaBelle was the old bulbs where they are and
f by the Bureau of Agricultural himself in for having taken passed by; a vote of 80-0. The bill carefully remove the new bulbletsby '
f Crotalaria was planted on 68,000 Economics, of the U. S. Depart- fling while his wife and sent to the Senate. It is under- digging around them. In reasonably -*
acres last year compared with 5,000 I ment of Agriculture. Gross farm income were visiting, and the stood that the bill carries a provi- well drained soils, it.is advIs-
.r acres in 1928. The nitrogen returnedto last year was the lowest in 23 little house boy (played sion for a referendum to be voted on able not to move th eold bulbs ex-

the soil from, last year's crop is years of statistical records by the Wallace) and the antics of by the people of ,the territory it ef- cept every two or three years unless
estimated to be worth $340,000. I bureau. Continued on page ) fects before becoming a law they are needed elsewhere.






over." After the third shot it's always and meet their new competitors, the #
The Clewiston News
advisable to punt. trucks and busses.
Published every Friday in Clewiston, TOO LATE TO BY 4. Penalty for ball out of bounds, There is no degree of fairness in

Florida by the CLEWISTON NEWS, I RUSSELL KAY loss of distance only. Penalty for making the railroads buying and
Inc. I CLASSIFY! more than one ball out of bounds, maintain their own right of way,
loss of distance and temper. while the public generously furnishes r ,
5. Players who make a practiceof highways for the trucks and busses.In .
Entered as second at class matter Officeat I We may have too much govern- decide on anything they got to doa occupying certain sandtraps for normal times the railroads are t
February 1, 1927, the Post
Clewiston, Florida, under the Act .ment In business, like some folks! lot of arguin' and frettin'. whole afternoons must call up and industry's best customer. They
claim. I don't know about that. But ; Then the first thing you know reserve their favorite traps in ad- spend more than a billion dollars a
of March 3, 1897.
I do know we could stand for a I It's time for adjournment and no- vance. year for fuel, ties, rails and other ;
whole helluva lot more business in I body's done anything about the over- 6. Stuttering players in competi- supplies.The .
A newspaper devoted to the best government.Here I draft at the bank or the mortgageon tion with men of normal speech shallbe railroads are the chief arter-
Interests of Hendry county, Florida.It's we are with a gigantic cor- the buildin'. And the fact that started.10 damns and 14 alibisup ies of commerce and communication -*

leading newspaper. poration, employing thousands of there's a pay-roll to meet on Satur- to make the thing even. ,and upon their ability to earn a fair Af*; .
people, and handling millions of dol- day night just seemed to have slip- 7. Any member in the clubhousewho and adequate return, rests the financial .

Subscription rate, per :year........$2.00 lars, operating in an age when con- ped everybody's mind has a bad set of clubs should safety and secureity of'more
Outside of State of Florida$2.50Business ditions change so fast that anythingcan So they find themselves up againstthe bid some other suit. than 75 per cent of our entire population -
happen in twenty-four hours, problem of either continuin' the 8. Any member caught drawing -twice as many persons as
and we only have a director's meet- meetin' or goln' on home with the decorations on "liquor forbidden" ever voted for a President of the
Office Clewiston News,
ing once every two years. job half done. But continuin' the signs shall be expelled for improv- United States.
Clewiston, Florida. Editorial and They set up a budget, make appropriations meetin' calls for a lot more dough ing a lie. Members, if any, found The railroads normally employ ..
Advertising, same. and lay down an inflex- and means they'll have to assess the prostrate on the floor from overplaying one and a 'half million people who
ible business policy and then turn stockholders again, and that's not the 19th hole, may be lifted with- are the support of six million people. ,.;
STILL KNOCKING: the mess over to the business man- so hot. The stockholders are all fed out penalty. Although the buying power of the
ager and expect the poor guy to up on assessments and ain't interested 9. Locker room quartetes who sing: railroads has been greatly reduced
From time to time we have, in make a profit and pay a lot of divi- right now in anything but.I"Sweet Adeline" off key for more' they will spend this year many mil- '
this column, advocated a campaignof dends with both hands tied behindhis dividends. than two hours at a stretch will be lions for labor and material.
Now." This advise has not back and his feet in fetters. Maybe if they'd put a little more exiled to'a public course. :
"Buy The railroads to the state of
Then when business goes to hell, confidence in the manager and quitworryin' pay
been given with the charitable mo- Florida and to the counties through
the stockholders get up on their ears about all the little details LET'S PLAY FAIR
tive to stimulate business, although and tear their hair, howlin' for anew things would work out all right. If which they run, large sums in gross
I ---- taxes and
from this standpoint alone such a manager and a new board of they'd just say: "Here, big boy, we property taxes.
The trouble with the railroads today To handicap them so that they can- .
campaign would have been justified.The directors. They don't seem'to real-I.are checkin' out and we.won't. be
is not make profit and themso
that a cripple
ize that it's the system and not the back for a couple of years. Take they are handicappedand
real reason for advocating sucha tied they cannot their taxes will
down with too regula- pay
personnel that's all haywire.So this business and run it the best you many
campaign is to serve our functionas no matter how hard the. old know how. You're the boss now tions, too many laws, and too much further pass the cost of governmentonto

a newspaper and to give our read- board worked or how conscientiousthe and you're responsible. It's up to red tape. the real estate tax payer.
ers the benefit of the hours of studyof manager was, they all get the you to get results, or else, and remember Railroads are not even permittedto Let's play fair with them.
ordinary events of the day. There well-known sack and a rousing big we're gonna audit your lower their rates or traffic to ;'! _
has been no topic of more general raspberry and we've got another books when we get back. In the meet competition. Congress recog- '\.-rp.R'. :
discussion, and we might say, less "new deal." meantime it might be a good idea nizes this situation as one of the na-

practical knowledge, than the over- The "new" board comes to meetin'all to make regular,reports to the stockholders I tion's major problems and is taking
publicized depression. Even a cas- full of pep, ready to set the world as to the progress you'remakin' steps to release the railroads. from
ual reading of trade magazines and on fire. They're clean house and If some of our branchesare their bond. They will emerge from +
periodicals is sufficient to show the no foolin'. They begin to look all not payin' close 'em up. If this depression revitalized and readyto
turn in the price curve. It is point- do their share of rehabilitation.They .
around and try to find out what'sthe changed conditions demand a new
ing upward. And a more careful matter with the business. One business policy use your own judg- will use initiative and enter- -
will bring out the truth of the prise to keep abreast of the times
study guy goes down in the basement and I ment. If you find it necessary to
statement "that now is the time to counts the soap and if he finds a hire or fire anybody go ahead. You
buy." The price in many commodities couple of bars missin' there's hell have got the authority. You don't -:

has gradually worked its way to pay. Another guy gets out his have to wait until the next board .
toward the top of the business chart, arithmetic and figures that if we'd meetin'. All we're demanding is .
and our campaign which was first get the janitor a bigger mop he that you keep your records and be ; ;
started several months ago was at could cover twice as much floor prepared to make a complete report "
the beginning of the turn. space with half the effort. So a when we ask for it." *
Opportunity has been pictured as new rule is passed controllin' the The largest and most successful ,
a lady draped in flawing white robe, soap problem and we get a bill for, businesses in the world have been '
knocking at the door and it DRINK MILK FOR HEALTH
gently the mop. operated on such a basis and it us-
it said that the lady not only I .
generally And of course all these important ually turns out that the manager
raps gently but that she only taps economy measures take a lot of proves to be even a better man than
once on each door. That is a pro- time. The directors come to meet- they thought he was. Of course it'sa "

nounced fallacy. Opportunity knocksin in' with their minds made up to get tough spot for the manager, but it
no uncertain terms, and if she to the bottom of things. They'renot brings out the best that's in him, :
finds one not ready to greet her, she gonna make the same mistakesthe and usually pays big dividends in
returns at a later date. old board made so before they the end.
Opportunity has knocked at your "
door, and now she comes again to Three point two and then some ,
give you the call. WISE MEN CHANGE MINDS i N:11.N:N:..:1M. :N:N:N:N1N. :N:N:N:N:M:11:1.:N:N.11:N:N:-: ,
He is wise who buys property, ? f

builds a home and improves his busi- Much has been said concerningthe
II"" Bagasse II ,
ness at this time. He who waits lon- change of attitude of two of ,_.

ger will lose profits which could be America's leading business men regarding .
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his for the asking. Recount the experiences the administration of President -
in Clewiston during the past Roosevelt. All of which only We have been doing a bit of think-

harvest season. were not homesin proves the old saying that only fools ing about this English language we Chocolate '''Milk .:! '. Butter Milk
great demand? Think of the apart- and dead men never change their attempt to use, and since the type-
ments which could have been rented minds. writer is sadly lacking in one of Sweet Milk

profitably had they been avail- Last week's issue of the News the virtues of writing, namely spell- Butter'r.
able. Take and and ing are forced to thumb dic-
a pencil paper carried an advertisement, or rather a we our
figure the cost of building now, and.I letter, signed by Henry Ford and tionary spasmodically for the proper
compare this total with the cost a paid for by the Ford organization.The spelling of certain complex words.
few years ago. Watch the weekly letter was a forceful, straight- English is one language in which we
trend toward higher prices, whetherby forward discussion of business and don't spell like we pronounce and we

inflation or any other route, and present day times; in this letter Mr. don't \.::!ven pronounce according to Clewiston Dairy Company
you, too, will see that this is the Ford added his word of praise for ; any set rule. For instance, take the
time to buy. our active president. The United: following lines, which according to '
States has not forgot that Henry spelling should be a rhyme, but try
THE FUTILITY OF CAPITAL Ford was strong for the candidacyof reading it and see the variousough I

PUNISHMENT Hoover in the 1932 election; nor pronunciations: -
will the United States forget that Mr. Wife, make me some dumplings of

The Archbishop of York, Eng- Ford is one of the "best minds" of doughThey're
land, in a recent address stated that the country, and that he is addingthe better than meat for mycough

he believed there was not a single weight of his powerful shouldersto ; . . . . . .. . . .
Please let them be boiled till hot 1.1..N.N.N.1..N.N.N.N.N.N.N.11.N.11..1.H.N.N.N.N.N11...N.N.N1N. ....N....N.N.N.1..11.N.N.N.11.N.N.1..N.....
instance on record where a crime of the wheel of progress. .
violence resulted from any of the Harvey Firestone, who needs no throughBut .. :jl}
reforms made in the direction of introduction to the people of this not till they're heavy and ..i':., AY .;. rlY >

mitigating the severity of punish- nation, also came out last week, ina tough. Aii
ment.If public statement expressing his approval Now I must be off to my plough, .
the State in retribution for of the presidential acts He And the boys (when they've had iJ
crime takes the life of the murdererit too, was a Hoover man. enough) "
will by such act diminish the pub- It is indeed gratifying to notice Must keep the flies off with a bough. A
lic sense of the sancity of life and these two bulwarks of finance be- While the old mare drinks at thetrough ; i \ .

really tend to encourage murder.It hind the administration program. It ,
is a sad contradiction that we is well to know that it is not only the 00000000 COURSE _, ,:
:;: :
should inculcate reverence for human "little men" who are solidly behind Not only is the newsorial type- ;: .. ,
life by taking it: In legaliz- the recovery program. writer poor in spelling but sometimes ': :. > ; '
ing death by law, the State in its cor- There are many business men in makes a terrible mistake in punctu- : <:

porate capacity does the very same the nation not quite as broad mindedas ation. For example, Wednesday May .:. .. .'. ,,.;
thing for which the individual crim- the two above referred to. Many 23rd we started a letter, and be AY
inal is condemned. would condemn the acts of any per- blast if the machine didn't date it .
Whatever penalty is prescribed by son against whom they had battled "May, 3.2, 1933." The only date that .i. .:. :
law should be promptly inflicted. It politically ,and would seek every opportunity would have been appropriate was on Y 'i
is the certainty of punishment rtaher to discredit any adminis- May 8th when not-so-far-from beer
than its severiety that lessens crime.Of tration they had opposed. became legalized.

the many vestiges of, the crude Had the result of the election been 00000000 ii to'the Public i
justice of the past when retaliationwas reversed, with Hoover returned to Not all the rules of golf are put i...[ Open ] l l.z'

the main consideration, the i the chair, and a similar program on the score cards, even if we have
Death Penalty is the last, and is the worked out, the business men of the some new 'ones for the Clewiston J .:.
emblem of them all. Can any per- country would have been as readyto course, and even if the new card ..z.. ..:.. o..
son prove that Capital Punishment give that program a strong sup- does have a very good rule printedon :
makes anyone a whit better, or port as they have shown in accept- it: "The putting green is not the ; 't.
serves any wise purpose? As a pen- ing the orders of our president. proper place to record the score." ::.: ::
alty, it is barbaric, degrading and Naturally, in the ranks of both From one of our exchanges we .:. .. ..:.. ;r;
fundamentally wrong. major political parties there are some snitch the following: ..:. ", :' .::.
Reports from many European who attempt to discredit the oppos- Rules for the approaching (and :: '. ::: &:t."' ,
,, countries which have abolished the ing administration, whether such a driving and putting) golf season, as .:. .'. ...
Death Penalty have shown conclusively program is solid or not, but the posted at a local course: :;: Moderate Green Fees :;: ;
"that in no single case had the really wise men of the nation "are 1. Any member who asks the pro ..' .:. .-
abolition of Capital Punishment willing to accept leadership of him to reshaft a wooden tee shall be expelled Exceptional Fairways :*_: .
caused an increase in homicidal who leads. for tightness unbecoming a .t ..
crime." 2. Any player who is caught tee- Interesting Greens
Are we ready to admit that it is Nearly 4,000 farm women and almost ing his ball up for a putt shall be i I Ity 'J
a sin for a man to commit murder, as many 4-H club girls canned sentenced to serve three years on the
but a virtue for the State to mur- fruits, vegetables and meats last year house committee.

der the murderer?Widdleburgh, I under _direction of the home demon- 3. If a player fails to gain 10 I . . . . . . . . . . ........
Penna. Post. stration agents. yards in four shots "The ball goes D.. Hc3



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W C Owen, Mrs. R T Mitchell, Mrs. Maxwell, Mrs. G. A. Allen, Mrs. L 0. caps. The cork is a poor conductorof r

M E Yenawine, Mrs., M G Langford, Vinson, Mrs. G B Thomas, Mrs. C H heat and thus protects the spores f
Personal Mention A."
I I IE. MJTS. H A Bestor, Mrs. E C Mills, Berner, Mrs. G B Rackstraw, Mrs.J during sterilization of the juice; I

Mrs. I M Pafford, Mrs. Roy Green, W Ezelle, Mrs. T B Shelley, Mrs.I hence the need of sterilizing both !

Mrs. N A Nielsen, Mrs. J E Earle, M Pafford, Mrs. E C Mills, Mrs. corks and caps before use. The hot

L. Stewart made a business tripto Mrs. Lloyd Sparrow, Mrs H R Knight I I N A Nielsen, Mrs. Hoomes Rich, Mrs. juice should be poured to within one e ei [.

f LaBelle Tuesday. Mrs.Hoomes Rich, Mrs. F R Maxwell I jj E Beardsley, Mrs. Gayle McFadden, inch of the top of the bottle. This i

Miss Sue Maxwell, Mrs. Harry Turner I Mrs. J E Earl, Mrs. A A Munroe, Miss I allows space for expansion of the

Paul Moore of Moore Haven, was Miss Vilma Rhodes, Mrs. F D Duff,I'Frances Munroe, Mrs. J. F. Tippey, juice when further heated !j

t tJ here on business Tuesday Mrs. E R Fontaine, Mrs. G 0 Wal-'I Mrs. Roy Green, Mrs. Clyde Byrd, The fruit juices will be excellentfor

tI lace, Mrs. Bill Wallace, Mrs. D G Mrs. Harry; Vaughn, Mrs. C E Miner, I use in gelatine desserts, pudding Job 'j iL

Miss Ulla Jacobsen visited friendsin Alston, MrsA A Munroe Mrs. C E Mrs. R. H. Knight, Mrs. W. C. Pre- sauces, ice creams and sherbert. If

I Moore Haven Friday night. Miner, Mrs. J E Beardsley, Mrs. H C Witt, Mrs. G. O. Wallace, Mrs W G.I I canned without ugar they may be

Kolstad, Mrs. Leah Spicer, Miss Marion Wallace and Mrs. Harry Turner used for making jelly.

JI\: Tommy Jones of Moore Haven was Yeydig, Mrs. B A Bourne, Mrs. :Mrs. M W Bigg. Isabelle S. Thursby Printing
I visiting friends here last night.A M E VonMach Mrs. W C Prewitt,

Mrs. Tom Decltman, Mrs. Dan Deck- MAY OR EARLY JUNE IS TIME
..:NIN:.IINIIIIN N N:N:1.:N:1.:M:1.:NON N:N:IIN:N N Ifs/:N
A Munroe made a business trip man, Mrs. M P Peterson, and Mrs. ierpfut TO REARRANGE 'MUM BEDS
to West Palm Beach Saturday. W M Redelsheimer. I s Good Work I
:: 3tnt :_;: I Chrysanthemums should be Prompt Service t tI

ers Foy and and Miss Bill Bonceil Durrence Stone of ,Ft.spent My- MRS B1. G. ALSTON HOSTESSAT :: mO ouseb.1 bes :: ed'' and rearranged in the diVid-1 I Right Price 1 1I

BRIDGE YESTERDAYTht .. .. May or early June, according to John I i,

Wednesday in Miami. ....................................................................................................;.. V. Watkins, in charge of the flower ::1 t tI

Clewiston Inn the garden at the Florida of
was scene College Ag- v 1-'
A. W. Lawrence attended the meet- BERRY JUICES'No I
of one of the prettiest bridge partiesof riculture.He .
ing of the Moore Haven masonic
the season when Mrs. Dave Alston suggested that the bed or bor-
last single item of canning is more I
lodge night. I
entertained a large number of her der for Chrysanthemums be well .
important than the conservation of
Ii friends; there. j i drained, as fertile as possible, and I ,
J. M. Couse, Moore Haven attorneywas berry and other fruit juices, and Give Us Your j'
The spacious lobby and airy porch have access to the sun at least half :
in Clewiston business Wed- syrups. These make delicious, nutri- I
on of the Inn was decorated for the the day. If the soil is very light
tious drinks and should be served I Next Order
nesday. event with a profusion of Spring and low in humus, it. is essential that i
more frequently. The flavor is fin-
flowers carrying out the pink and some material like peat moss, cow il
Mr. and Mrs M. H. Crouch, and est when processed at a temperaturebelow E
green scheme.. I manure or rotted leaves be incorpo-
the boiling point. l i
Mrs. Hansel McDuffie spent yester- At the conclusion of play scores rated in the beds, in good 'quantities.

day visiting in ,Miami. were tallied and appropirate awards Select fresh, sound, ripe, fruit; The plants may be set anywhere i 1TTTT

were presented Mrs. Barney Thomas, crush and heat slowly to simmering from 12 by 12 to 12 by 24 inches
Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Peterson left point without the addition of water.
high; Mrs. Fred Hill, second; Mrs. apart, depending on the variety and
Sunday for a two weeks visit with relatives M. G. Langford, third; Mrs. W. C. Strain. The addition of sugar to desired effect. The closer plantingis ::

and friends. fruit juices will give a finer flavor,
Owen, cut; and Mrs. Gayle McFad- desirable in a narrow bed where

''S I' den, low. Mrs. Earl Fontaine was using at least 1 cupful sugar to a weeding can be done by hand from

4 ; C. B. Farnam and Bill Green, of' also given a consolation for holding gallon of juice. Heat juice, being either side, whereas the wider rows

Moore Haven, were in Clewiston on the; lowest hand of the afternoon. careful not to boil; fill into hot, ster- will facilitate cultivation.
business Monday afternoon.J. ilize bottles jars and below they begin to show color.
or process
Pink and green ice cream servedin Abundant, water is necessary to '
leaf spots begin to defoliate the I'I'If
simmering point. Quarts need about
frozen containers, and individual growth to high-colored bloom.
E. Beardsley and Charles Lov- 20 minutes processing.A plants, a spray of bordeaux mixture '
When the
cakes, also in the colors of the, after- plants are eight to 10
vorn were in LaBelle on business efficient bottle and inches in or amoniacal copper carbonate should
noon, added to the attractiveness of very capper height they should be
Saturday afternoon. the affair. crown caps may be purchased at little carefully staked and tied. Mr. Wat- check it. Spraying with tobacco ex- t"
) tracts will check plant lice or aphids.
Among those present to enjoy the cost. These are much simplier to use kins recommends square stakes and
Mrs. A. A. Munroe spent Monday afternoon were Mis. H. J. B' Scharn than corks. The caps should be tying the runners every four or five

afternoon in Moore Haven visitingMrs. berg, Mrs. M G Langford, Mrs. M E placed in boiling water for about one inches to prevent the wind whippingand Hooked rugs were first made in this t"

W. F. Simpson. Yenawine, Mrs. W C Owen, Mrs. C W minute just before use. This will twisting them about. country by fishermen's wives who 1:

McDonald, Mis. Grover Poole, Mrs. destroy mold spores on or in the cork Side-dressing of a complete fer- hooked rags into sail cloth as found- t

Carl Berner spent Tuesday in Mel- Fred Hill, Mrs. 0 F Schiffli, Miss of the bottle cap. Nearly all spoilingof tilizer should be applied from time to ation material. Modern women, who f

bourne where he went to attend a Vilma Rhodes, ,Mrs. C L Downs, Mrs. juices in bottles by mold spores time to keep the plants, in a growing want rugs for little money also hook 1 f
meeting of Gulf Refining represen- E R Fontaine, Mrs. J P Percy, Mrs. is caused by resistant, mold pores I condition. Many growers Use a muslin ,dyed rags into decorative and practical :

tatives. W C Hooker Miss Bonciel Stone, Mrs. to be found on all such non-sterilized shade to shade the buds when I rugs for their floors.

Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Stalls and son ,

and Mrs. W. C. Nail and, Mrs. R P. J

Wainwright, of Moore Haven were I
here on business Wednesday.J. : : ;

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c, .. f., d'" .. .-" '''' : .. :. ;:: J

iston. A.' spent Plunkett a few formerly hours here of Clew-Tues- t: ;' : ) '.. '- ': ;:;/i[ "f :i;

day and Thursday en route to West ) cl6 : .-.

Palm' Beach on business. .. enAJ,1.: ; : I
.. "' ,.,,., ; ;: ,

I Mrs. Foster Meredith and "Mrs.. J. <> .' /7 : ,...... A.i ...- ".. '.

;F,. Tippey recently returned from ..." /......,,k'.. ..' :::t/C JCck. '}':V4 :

i Jacksonville where they had been the "c;, 2. t//
/ :
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Zerney Mere- :-j ; > : ; :; I : .
15 1933
Q") dith. May f.
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Among Clewiston people attendingan .. ,

auction sale in Moore Haven Sat- t' .. : i
.. ; and by others I..,
I urday night were Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Time and again I am told-by my own organization .:, '. i

Stewart, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Berner, '
F and Mrs. W. C. Hooker. 'c' _that I penalize myself by quality. > :- .
I .' .. into the Ford V-8 what they I'
''''.i.Friendly critics protest our

II Neil Williamson, who has,been one such quality is not necessary; '
steel. They say ( : i
I "twenty-year ,
ot'the main forces of the Clewistonball or call does not know the ," ,- !
:' left Wednesday'for Orlando it; and that the public ,
. I club, .,'.. the public does not expect !.,
where he will play with the 0' '
for the remainderof ," difference anyway.. "" ; ,
team of that city '.,

the season.J. .. But I know the difference. ,, ., :.
t ts ,:'" ;.. - is not the car he drives-he J ".
E. Beardsley, Dave Alston and I know that the car a man !
; is seen,
Cecil Parkinson were visitors in La- drives the car which the engineer sees. The car '.: j

to attend a special accessories ,-'all .
\ I Belle Monday and attractive "
.... beauty of design, color :; 1
meeting of the county .commissioners ": .. comprises is that they
: .. that we think so
evidence .
action the best
relative to seeking on desirable of course. The .. ; I
Caloosahatchee river drainage pro- 4' ". ., i'

ject. :: ,.. are all found on the Ford. V-8. which is the basis of .:;.. i
The car proper
not' the car. '
But these are :::
k Mrs. W C Hooker and her mother, and its reliability; the structure.

. (, Y' Mrs. E D Bennett motored to Sebring all the rest, is the type of engine thought and experiment ,, :

Wednesday, where Mrs. Bennett was and body, ruggedlY durable ; the long '
chassis ;
met by Mr. and ,Mrs.. L. B .Bevis, of p. of development of comfort, convenience ,
she is safety factors; the steady :.
Lakeland, with whom leavingto given to ,

attend the World Fair in Chicago. These make the car. .
and, economy.
be built that will last two or three y ears. But we ,!
A car can '
of our car to be as
EZELLE the basic material ; :
built one.
ARE JOINT HOSTESSESMrs. have never it is bought. Ford
the day ,
the day it is discarded as :
dependable to
T.. B. Shelley and Mrs. J. W. are still on the road. It costs more

Ezelle were joint hostesses to a large cars built 15 years ago not skimp are cost and ;
items 'we do
two :
r number of friends Tuesday afternoonat build a durable car---but would
The ClewistonInn could "get byT'-the public
a delightful bridge. A great many things i
which was the scene of the afternoon conscience. know. '
[ affair was beautifully dec never know the difference. But we hesitancy.
orated with flowers ina I endorse without any
r lovely Spring Ford V-8 is a car that
yellow and green color scheme.A The new thirty years' reputation
delicious salad course with I know what is in it. I trust our
It is larger
punch and sandwiches was served. better than our previous V-So
It is even I
Mrs. Schiffli, with high score, was iv with it. job all round.I .
presented a lovely bridge cloth as rugged and mechanically a will
more car
I know the
first award; Mrs. Patterson, with advertisement because
this in an
second high score, received a boudoir readily say

I lamp:; and Mrs. Berner, was the back it up. .

recipient of a pair of beautiful pillow ,' .,...'.' ",. .....:.., :.', .'.
r for third A dainty ,' ;
cases prize. ,
: i":: .
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atomizer was given to Mrs. Hookerfor lL eI'

consolation. Mrs. Yenawine, who
held the lucky cut was presented a ;

novelty lamp. An appropriate prize

was given Miss Maxwell, as tea guest ,M,"

j' prize. i
Invited to attend were Mrs. 0 F

f F Schiffli, Mrs. R'' Y Patterson, Mrs.

C H Berner, Mrs. W C Hooker, Mrs.

C L Downs, Mrs. J P Percy, Mrs. H J

B Scharnberg, Mrs. Fred Hill, Mrs.

W C Worth, Mrs. E L Stewart, Mrs.

H R Hall, Mrs. C W McDonald, Mrs.

G B Rackstraw, Mrs. M W Bigg, Mrs. .


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grown feeds. Improved pastures fur- \
aunbap cbooIJLe5 nish one of the cheapest forms ,of BRIDGE MATERIAL
Tips feeds for cattle.Improvement.

is coming in the<
on grades of the animals on the range,
By Jane Rogers
and in the feeds grown at home. It '
deserves every encouragement.
of driving test piling for
.:; FOR SUNDAY, MAY 28 ? ; w* < lN::" :;i.. S >::.l; F
between Moore w tl
# h :' bridges Road
; :d : .t4 .i: W : : on
and his friends. '
Golden Subject:Text Jesus: "Ye are my friends, ff t-I:::ht: rl. :. .;;:W%:' q4'j{[@< PRESENT THREE HATS Haven and Main's Corner was com-
d : :: :?K" er
: :
if ye do whatsoever I command you." : : l A 38 pleted Wednesday afternoon, and the
} : : :ffi h (Continued from page 1)
John 15:14.Lesson i l t ?{ ) Wt1t.1j equipment moved to intersection of
f1 f.l
: ." nmey, (George Schauerman), who
Mark 13:33 to 14- & .
< l
: :' : fl ...:.. ;
9. >w". : 'fHi" >'5:'" had saved his life, kept the audience the Clewiston road and the new

.; ''' ,..<.'::>..::.:.i,( .5 X. : laughing throughout the entire even- grade near the Three Mile canal,
of ., )
the following ( .
We adopt survey < :,...x. .: .. .t'I, I
J :( ,. :"'.:' :.'." .':... : :
the lesson, from Arnold's Commentary .::: I I ing.The where the test piling are being driven -
f :;/t.:: : :.}1mttiki. .. .,. ..itlf...: r'a ... cast of characters for the play
the lessons : : ;
on : ""<'- :. : .v ;" :: : : :; before starting the actual con-

After teaching in Jerusalem on t ';'.:' ':;:: :.j *j-tfM :.1. ft.:::J] in included Clewiston several, and new these actors were received fount- struction of the bridges.It r t 4f

Tuesday, Christ retires from the 31t't" ...x"t. ;' ':.."." "':.".:;'.::' ,,,.::/.:::
: : ,.. .
K << : :- ,....:' '.-i," ".J::.,,'f':'.<''''..':.(.,.> .>::.::.,<..;:. well by the audience. was stated that material for
temple for the last time and goes 'XI >>';L:....." "<>.::.:,::.,:::.::.:..:,:.:,:::<::J :;:::;:-*; bridges was expected to arrive within"two'
<" ii-, >"; :" ) :; ; :w.oX',. : The cast included: W. C. Owen,
his'way Beth-
eastward on :: ; }
: : : :: George Schauerman, Jim Beardsley, to three weeks" and construction -
Upon reaching the Mount of t.W'"tt@'k': : :: ):0a:
any. f { : ;.
; will follow rapidly as possible -
', : : : : John K. Mowry, Alden Wallace, Ruth as
Olives he talked at lenght to four '. : ..:: .
t. \ j'f<% :: :.: )}',. ; ".. ;:: after the material arrives, state ,
Ezelle Jewel Lowe /
Beardsley, Jamye +ln Rx.rk'
of his disciples concerning the coming 1' -) f# ..
s here stated yester- :
destruction, of Jerusalem and ';..- 8:h1F': ". Jr.. : :.l and Mary Bush. The play was di- road engineers
.. .. ..ldiJ/-. : : '::' : : :: I" rected by Grace L. Nielsen, with G. day. '":
the end of the world. See Mark '. *; :::::: "' ; ?:..tll '
t f.ftl.. .;. @t.< .. : :::;; H. Small in charge of the sets, Camp- Present plans call for surfacingof
13:3. At the close of this discoursethe '"* "' ' < :< ,<{} .
,' :;!" .m: y' bell and Frances Munroein this road from Moore Haven toMain's
/ properties,
.. ;
duty of watchfulness, or of beingin :::.:,,:..}:::::'"':,Y..i.ro>.; .7'' .a.:.aIi : charge of make-up. Corner, and from Moore Haven t} a $
a state of readiness for the returnof :t :
ty /' : } south and one-half mile toSmoak's
: 'l- one
: :: Between the first and second actsa
the Lord, is enforced in somewhat :;:": I <:<
lJjiNm dance ( Corner) and better main-
different ways in the different Gos- t.r b&h specialty was; gracefully ren-
dered Gallant tenance on the present Clewiston
by which
pels. In Matthew and Mark thereis Virginia" /
the audi- road. The type of surface to be usedit ,;./,
was heartily applauded by
recorded at the conclusion of crisp, jeady-to-eat cereals n
THE seems, has not been definitely es-
Christ's discourse, the account of are probably] the most distinctive ence.
tablished. Plans also call for native .
the annointing of Jesus by Mary feature of the modern BEAUTY AND THE BLOWPIPE i
material the new grade from
feast in the house' of Simon American breakfast are also among on -Too cute for words. 'That goes
during a the most adaptable foods the house- 111 11 111111111H111. .111HIN1111111N. . N.1111. N11. .NINININNIH. .1 Smoak's Corner to road 25, which i :
the leper. They do not say wife can find upon her grocer's ':N1H. .N.N:H:11.N.N:11.NON. .11:N:N.11:N:.1.H:N1H. .":MAN. ...:' will permit the use of the grade for Marion Sturm-scientifically,
when it occurred, whereas John says minded New York beauty-as1! '
shelves. for traffic, and will make a savingof .
definitely that the triumphal entry Corn flakes, for Instance, with several miles possible for cars well as for tiny model of welding' j

occurred the day after it. See John the usual milk or cream, and perhaps For Rent going to LaBelle and Fort Myers.No blowpipe she is inspecting. These !A--- '

12:12. Therefore probably the sup- fruit, make a delicious and information is available as to models will be part of Union Car. '
per was on Saturday night. healthful supper dish for the children '
bide and Carbon
when contract will be let for surfac- exhibit
Today's printed lesson begins: or before-bedtime snack for FOUR ROOMFURNISHED ing the road to Main's Corner.. "at -A. CENTURY OF PRO- '
the grown-ups. Then, too, cornflakes ;: HOUSE
."Take ye heed, watch and pray; give,an appetizing and novel -Moore Haven ,Democrat. _CRESS_exposition. in Chicago.
for ye know not when the time is. ORTHREE
touch to a wide variety of easily ----
For the Son of is .
man a man takinga -
prepared cookies, candies and des IFUn.NISHED
far journey, who left his house,, serts. ,
and gave authority to his servants,, M1 xm. .
Corn. Flake Waffle Cookies
and to every man his work and com-
manded the 2/3 cup shortening 1 teaspoon baking WRITE
porter to watch. Watchye 1 cup sugar powder [T,
therefore; for ye know not when 2 eggs (well beaten) % teaspoon salt
the master of the house cometh, at 3,4 cup milk' '1 cup shredded Box 504
2 cups flour cocoanut
even, or at midnight, or at the cock-. 2 cups corn flakes %Where They All Meet -y

crowing, or in the morning." Cream shortening and add sugar
Clewiston. . Florida
Following the Roman reckoning, gradually. Add, eggs and mix well. .
Stir in sifted alternately . . . "
dry ingredients -
the Jews at this time divided the ':":N1N:11H1H1N:"11N1N1111NIN":N":":N1f1:"1:N N:":11a
hours of the night into four watches6 with milk and add cocoanutand 1:N/N1N:11:.11N:H H N1N:":N N11':N:11:.I:N:N1H N:.1:H H:.

to 9, 9 to: 12, 12 to 3, and 3' to on hot corn waffle flakes.iron Drop and by bake spoonfuls until K.PJ'<'9t"1l There's beer and beer, but it takes pleasant

6-which were sometimes designatedby golden brown. Yield: 30 cookies surroundings and companionship to bring -'. ,t
the terms used in this verse. 2; Inches in diameter.
"Lest coming suddenly he find 2 Corn Flake Strudel EvergladesTKeaire the full enjoyment of the ,new beverage.At 'l

you sleeping." And then it wouldbe .'
Put a layer of corn flakes In a
find friends all
too late for repentance. That buttered pudding dish. Cover with Mary's place you your (

event will be equal to death, and layerof very thinly sliced apples, BELLE GLADEFridaySaturday gathered to enjoy fellowship, and (need we
after death we cannot change our sprinkle with sugar and a little
conditions. cinnamon and dot with pieces of add) the most tasty sandwiches and lunches ,

"And what I say unto you I say butter. Fill to top with alternate so why not meet your friends here? '.: !
unto all, watch." To children as wellas layers of corn flakes and apples, ,

adults, to laymen as well as sprinkling the apples with cinna-
mon and sugar and dotting with
preachers, to Sunday-school pupilsas
butter. Top with s. layer of corn r
well as Sunday-school teachers, flakes. Bake in a moderate oven JOHN; BARRYMIOREIN j' : .
to the unlearned as'wen as scholars, {380 F.) until apples are soft Sugarland Gale .
to the poor and humble as well as -

the rich and powerful, to all, with- .

out a single exception, the Master is IMPROVED PASTURES ON

coming. Therefore let all be at CUT-OVER PINE LANDS .: Mary Stokes, Prop. Hopkins Bldg. :

work and carefully on guard. It is HELP SAVE FEED BILLS TopazeHE'S ;J, 1
the law of Christ's army. It is the

rule of Christ's kingdom. Improved permanent pastures are [I """ _""""" II I

"After two days was the feast of
proving their worth on the cut-over A THIEF- -
thfe passover, land of unleavened ,
pine land of Florida. They can mean
bread; and the chief priests and the
much to the development of both the
scribes sought how they might take livestock industry and the forest

him by craft and put him to death. lands of this_ state and they will aid i

But they said, not on the feast day considerably as more acreage is be- Sun.fVlon.Tues.Warner .

lest ple."there be an uproar of the peo- ing planted to improved grasses.In Bros. Ring up the Building and Loan Facts

cooperation with the
The passover was the curtain on the wonders of anew t II
agent, a lumber company of Dixie
feast of the Jews, celebrating their show world! Hiffi I
County two years ago planted 100 Hi!
escape from Egypt. The unleavened
acres of cut-over pine land to
bread wa s baked because the Jews grass. The land was fairly low and HiHi! Wisdom says: Conservative Investment 11!

had not time to bake leavened moist, consequently suited to carpet t 42nd is the best Investment. Hii
bread, and because
yeast with which .
it made I grass. There are other grasses suit- HiHi!: !: ;
was was regarded '
as an em- able for higher lands. The entire
IU4 f
blem of corruption. ---
cost of seed and planting
was $3 an
Jerusalem was crowded during the HiHi Hi \ !
'' feast. Sometimes 256,000 lambs acre.The land under natural conditionshad Street Carefully considered, conservative appraised isHi! j

were temple required, one lamb for for slaughter each household in the been carrying 1 cow to 20 acres, I !::fi loans on improved real estate is !:

or family. in the masses of people one or 5'cows year after to the the 100 carpet acres.grass Within seed I, Two Great Shows in One! !fi: the sound security behind stock invest !Hi

would Galileans be hundreds of thousands of were sowed the 10 Oacres was carry- I 14 stars! 50 Featured Pla '- fR ment in this Association. HiHi
labored for among whom Christ had ing slightly more than 50 cows, 28 ers. 200 Dazzling Girls*! j
the I
longest time, and
of them being dairy cows. The carry- Two Hours of Breathless
who Nearly !Ii When invest here !fi I
were most devoted
to him. It ing capacity of the pasture had been I Entertaimcnt! : you your money you :

Sanhedrin was good to policy postpone, therefore the arrest for the of increased 1 times, and the pasturewas I !:fi don't get only one mortgage, you own a !:Ii

Jesus until the city was emptied of luoger furnishing period of grazing the year. during The pas-a shaein every mortgage held by the Asij

at least the greatest part of pilgrims tpre is good for years of grazing at Wed.-Thurs. sociation.In .
though the enemies of .
our Lord were
the same rate. H
ready to seize him if it could be done t t
with sufficient Records show that there was an A New Dame! New Cockeyed : addition to the security mortgaged
secrecy. annual saving of $18 per cow in the I Gags! New Belly laughs II! t
"And being in Bethany in the feed bill of the take the borrower
house dairy cows grazed on I a note signed by and
of Simon the leper !fiw.e HiHi! -
as he set : :
this pasture. If each cow grazed two
at meat,.there came a woman having acres the cost of seeding was: $6. It I: !: his wife and we keep the property constantly (.

spikenrd an alabaster very box precious of and ointment she brake of seems that the $18 each year is a I Hot !Ii: insured and see that the improvements Y; :

pretty good return 6 invest-
on a $
the box, and poured it on his head. ment. !:Ii are kept in repair. 1 1Yi'

And there were some that had indig-: Florida should become a much I !fi''

nation within themselves, and said, greater cattle state, and should remain !fi We also require the borrower to make HiHi ,:
Why was this waste of the ointment I

made? For it might have been sold I. and timber a great go well timber together state.on Cattle lands : Pepperyith !ffiHi: regular monthly payments on the loan; ::

for and more have than been three given hundred to the pence, (not suited and needed for cultivationand this reduces the debt and makes our security ,!HiHi: :

And they murmered against her.poor." crops. The cut-over lands will better with each monthly
grow another crop of timber while payment Ii
Ointment HiHi
"nard" was probably cows are grazed on them, but for the r ... .J
k made of roses; it taking 4000 roses cattle to be raised most economically VICTOR McLAGLENED !:Fi --- .7J. ,;
to make one ounce of the ointment. I IUN'D LOWE
there is need of all possible homeis Hi
A penny was the price of a' day of I LUPE VELEZ

common labor. EL HKENDELSUNDAY Clewiston Home :1
' I tij Building m ,,1:
"And r
Jesus said, Let her alone; come aforehand to annoint my ;. \ '

why trouble her? she hath wroughta body to the burying. Verily I say i -- Association j

good work on me. For ye have unto you, Wheresoever this gospel

the poor with you always, and when- shall be preached throughout the MATINEE I

soever ye will ye may do good to whole world, this also that she hath From S: p. m. ,I 11 Administration Building g3 :

them; but me ye have not always. done sail be spoken of for a memor- I'I'b I

She hath done what she could; she ial of: her." I :" .- e= YfifiYfiYifiliYY1filiY1fi;!: !: !: !: !: !: !.filiY1! >=e .!