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: June 2, 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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i COMPARES LIFE TO Many ,To GraduateAt I About the Clewiston CharterBy I 5-YEAR SENTENCE

OCEAN VOYAGE IN Womans CollegeTallahassee ( Charles J. Lovvorn) and dog racing tracks in the state, GIVEN HERRIN FOR
i The City of Clewiston was granteda I I and other matters. In this conversa-
June 1 The 1933 charter in 1925 by special act of tion Mr. Burchard said he had talk-
GRADUATION TALK graduating class of the Florida State the Legislature; In 1927 the time ed to the people and most of them CUTTING AFFAIRA
College for Women is the largest in for the charter to take effect was seemed satisfied with the present
the history of the college and will extended; and the final authority for arrangement and therefore dismissedthe

Comparing the journey of life to include the names of more than 250 incorporation was given in a specialact idea of abolishing the city of five year sentence was imposedon
an ocean voyage, Ralph I. Vervoort, senior students. of the 1929 Legislature which Clewiston. Tuesday, with only three
Miami agent for the Clyde-Mallory Pre-graduation activities were be- was introduced by the Honorable days remaining in which the Legis- Julius HJerrin, of South Bay, in

steamship lines, delivered a forceful gun last Saturday evening with a Louis O. Gravely, then representative lature was to complete its labors, county court of Palm Beach County
and entertaining address at the commencement student production of Shakespeareand which provided that the charter and without notice to the people asa Tuesday after his petition for a new
exercises of the Clewiston continued through Thursday of should be operative by Oct. 1, 1931.In whole in the territory to be effected trial was refused.
High School last night. this week Among the speakers at the' 1931 session of the Legis- I Mr. Burchard introduced a bill Herrin was convicted two weeks
The auditorium of the school was this year's commencement are men lature a bill was prepared by, Hon. to abolish the City of Clewiston and
packed as friends of the school came recognized as prominent advocates Elbert L. Stewart, representative, provided that the County Commis- ago for assaulting Jim Beardsley, of
out to witness the first graduation I I of education throughout the South seeking to have the time for the char- sioners should balance up the debts this city, with intent to commit man-

t exercises of the local school., The I I and include Bishop Ainsworth, Attorney ter to take effect extended for a pe- 'and assets of the city. The bill pass- slaughter. The altercation which
stage was laden with roses, the class I General Cary D. Lanris, Former riod of years. ,It was known that the 'I ed the House last night. carried Herrin into court and left
flowers, and made a beautiful set II Governor Cary A. Hardee of Live senator from this district, Hon. Ar- Our Tallahassee advises tell us Beardsley with a deep scar across
ting for the commencement exercises. Oak, who delivered the commence- thur Gomez, of Key West, would oppose -'that a telegram signed by only six his face, was caused by an argu-
The valedictorian of the class, Rob- :ment address, and President Edward i an act to extend the time for I persons who claim Clewiston as ment over possession of a certain

ert Mitchell gave a short talk of wel- Conradi, who conferred the degrees; I the, city of Clewiston to take effect, their place of residence, was received parcel ol. land located near Seminole
come to those who had shown their bringing to a conclusion one of the therefore, Mr. Stewart did not introduce the first of ,the week requestingthe Farms. According to the testimony
interest in the graduaing class and in outstanding 'terms in the history of the bill. abolishment of the city government brought out at the trial, Herrin was
the school by attending the exercises the college for educational advance- After the General election in No- ?. (One o$ the signers later senta attempting to cultivate a piece 'of
and expressed the class' realization ment and increased enrollment. vember of last year, in which Hon. telegram withdrawing his name land to which Beardsley claimed the

of the ocassion. Realizing that the R. Everette Burchard defeated the from the original petition and requested right by virtue, of power of attorney
':1 k; eyes of those present would follow Democratic nominee for representative Mr." Burchard to withdraw' from P. Porter Allen, who has since
' interest, young Mitchell said the class intended to do about the charter of Monday morning I had some information -. entry by reason of an alleged ver
stood ready to accept the challengeto the City of Clewiston, having heard about the proposed abol- bal renewal of lease with L. R. Ba
establish precedents for those who FIRST LOSS SUNDAY various undercurrents of rumors in ishment of the charter of the city of ker, husband of one of the heirs who

are to come after them to follow. ,this regard. His first statement was Clewiston and spent practically the was a step-daughter of Adams.
The tenseness and seriousness of 'non-committal; saying he would do whole day gathering further infor- The altercation happened on the
the evening was broken when Jewel (By A. L. Hackett) .what the people wanted in this re mation in Clewiston. I asked several tract of land in question, December

Lowe read the, class, history, in which The Clewiston, Cane ,Breakers lost gard. A few months later (one day business men what they could tell me 31, last year. Herrin's motion for a
she brought out some of the every- their, first game of the season last before the representative left to at- of the proposal to destroy the city new trial was denied.MANDAMUS .
day events of the school which go Sunday afternoon on the DelRay tend the present session of the Legis- government. Some of them, I was i I
toward making the class history. Beaten baeball :diamond when the laure) I asked him again, believinghe led to believe! knew a great deal '
i Full of humorous tilts was the Boynton club took them into camp had had ample time to talk with more' than they would say for pub- FILED
class will, read by Edwin Ward, in by a score of 10 to 4. the people of the city and learn their lication. The 'first notice the people
which the members of the class left Costly errors by the Clewiston infield wishes. This discussion was had here, (as a whole) had of the bill

l their respective vices or virtues to and outfield paved the way for while we were at a filling ,,station in was a news story in the Miami Herald FORCE PAYMENTThe
others in the school. the Boynton victory. Hitting was LaBelle, and we had just talked over Wednesday morning, telling of Mr.
j Thpse receiving diplomas were: very prominent on both sides ,with legislative matters concerning our Burchard's bill. Wednesday a streamof

Robert Mitchell, Roberta George, Edwin Clewiston getting eleven safeties off county, including a county officers telegrams signed by leading citi- The board of county commissioners
Ward and Jewel Lowe. of Clemons, while Rush and Wilson salary bill, a proposed ,sales tax in zens wai sent to Representative Bur- will meet tomorrow to further
Special certificates for meritorious gave up thirteen to the,Boynton bats- the county, a diversion of part of chard and Senator Gomez asking that consider a plan of action in answerto

o conduct wer. egiven, Bobby Patterson men.Young the revenue the county general fund they leave the city charter as it is. a writ of mandamus fiiled against
1.11ary'Bush" Robert Mitchell, and Bob Mitchell, playing his receivs from the operation of horse3WEEK'S Nearly 200 messages were sent. them in the circuit court.
Louise first in the Canebreakers uni-
Mary Oglesby. game the
The writ was obtained by Ben
i A special musical number was ren- form, chalked up two doubles for his
Hur Life Association, a corporationas
dered Roy Green jr. and Athlea two trips to the plate and handledhis
by ,
relator, and F. L. Dunawey,
Ford in outfield with-
Alston, B. F. :Magill, R;.y C. Hull
out difficulty. and Alto Hires, as members of and -
The 'Cewiston} club "Is out for revenge constituting the board of county commissioners -
THE KANNER BILL Sunday in their return game and William T. Hull, as "

with the Boynton aggregation on the clerk of, the Circuit Court, and as \
local diamond Sunday afternoon. such ex-efficio clerk of the board of
i.. .4 HAS BECOME LAW Batteries. for last Sunday's game: The revival at the Hay buildinghas A general meeting of all 'persons county commissioners of Hendry
& Boynton-Clemons and Middlebrooks, been in progress more than three interested in having a community
county, Florida. The writ was filedto
Brodbeck. weeks and will close Saturday night. church in Clewiston was called this
order the county commissioners to
0 Tallahassee, June 1-House Bill Clewiston-Rush Wilson and Butler, The meeting has been conducted by week, by J. E. Beardsley-chairman of
interest and principal on past
No. '30, commonly called the "Kan- Bolton. A. V. Reese, evangelist, and John O. the board of 'trustees of the commu- pay
due bonds owned by the Ben Her
ner Bill," became a law when Governor Beall, singer, and they say it has re- nity church here. The meeting is
Life Association in the amount of
Sholtz signed the measure last DREDGE CREW FINDS BODIES sulted in much good. The attendanceand to be held in the church Sunday nightat
Friday. interest'has been reported to the hour of the regular services. $5,680.00.The .
bonds in the suit are a partof
The bill, ,one of the most widely have been good throughout the three Plans for raising enough fundsto
the $150,000 sold to build and
discussed during the legislative ses- weeks. Mr. Reese says the Baptistsare provide for a resident pastor will
sion, will permit the State Board of Miami Beach, June 1-The bodiesof arranging for the organization be discussed. Mr. Beardsley said equip the court house at LaBelle.

Administration, upon the request of two middle-aged white women, i of a Baptist church and regular that in the past the church has received The writ was made returnable
+ county commissioners, to go into the lashed together with a frayed cord, 'preaching services. Several ministers considerable support from the Monday, June 5. Lawrence O. Casey
market and use the1' three cent gaso- were found \n Dumfounding bay, have visited the, meeting, Rev. board of, missions of the Presbyterian of Hollywood, and R. J. Davis of

line tax revenue, now being used eight, miles north of here today by W. H. Edwards, Ft. Myers, Rev. Gus church, although no doctrinesor Ft. Lauderdale represent the asso
by the various counties for retire- the crew of a dredge boat. Padgett, LaBelle, and Rev. Dilsworth, creeds are a part of the church ciation.It .
is believed that the action of
ment of matured bond debts at par, The skulls were crushed. Author- I Palm Beach. work here, and in the future it will
to purchase such road and bridge ities, however, said they could not i Announcements of future services be necessary' for the local the board of commissioners in buy-
nine court house bonds a short
bonds outright at the lowest market determine if the women were mur- will be made Saturday' night. Mr. ty to defray a part of communi-J)ing
price, thus cancelling a portion of dered, 'or had tied themselves together Reese and Mr. Beall state that they of the church. The time ago which are not to mature

the debts at a material saving to and jumped overboard to com- greatly enjoyed their stay in Clew- ed is small, and the total is already until 1953-54-55, when there were
the several counties.An mit suicide by drowning. The bodies istonand appreciate the kindnessesthat practically assured. bonds due, and payable, was respon-
amendment to the original bill had been in the water for some time. have been shown them sible for the filing of the mandamus

was approved, providing that county I A piece of heavy texture sack was HODGBS ALMOST UNANIMOUS proceedings.
i road and bridge districts in default I tied to a, rope looped around one
prior to March 1, 1933 and those I woman's neck. This sack, investi- HAM CLUB SHOW ,
defaulting after that date may take gators said, might have contained HOUSE APPROVESTAX
weight released when the sack W. C. Hodges, veteran senator of
advantages of the act's provisionsupon some '
request of the county commis- rotted in, the surf.J. SLATED TUESDAY Leon county, and one of the leadersof
B. Rowland investigator of the the Senate was almost unamious- DEBT BILL
sioners to the state board. The act ,
r: would not be mandatory on the tax- state attorney, said attempts would I liorninated president of the Senate
ing units. be made to identify the women by Giving what they term "the grand : for the next session.
The amendment also provides that I dental work. climax of the theatre season" the I Senator Sam Getzen of Bushnell, Tallahassee, June 1-By a vote of
after such units have refunded their Ham Club will present "Her Step I received three votes for president. 73 to 0, the house today passed a
t F bonds they will retain their original GOLF TOURNAMENT TO START Husband," a three act 'comedy here Senator ,Arthur Gomez, of Key measure providing that taxes'' levied

'Lt.t. set-up and have their gasoline tax at the school auditorium Tuesday I West, who announced his candidacya by counties, districts, municipalitiesfor
revenue applied by the state board Golfers are asked to,play an 18. night, for the benefit of the St. Mar- few weeks ago received one vote. interest and sinking funds on
to meet principal and interest on hole qualifying round by Sunday garet's guild of the local Catholic bonds and past due obligations may
' bonds as they fall due. night for entry in the June han'dic.1p church. BOYNTON HERE SUNDAY be paid with those same bonds.
The act applies only to purchase of tournament. ..It is necessary The play is one of the most humorous Another bill passed by the house
county road bonds and to road and to signify the round as being for ever given by a group of amatuer, The Clewiston' Cane Breakers would prohibit all motor vehicles, except -
fit; bridge district bonds. At present qualification before the round, to performers in Clewiston. It will be mil meet the Boynton team in a I. those owned by counties and
there are approximately $150OOp- be counted is played.A the last production of this dramatic baseball game on the vocal dia- cities, from operating in the state
000 worth of these bonds in the prize will be given for the club until the Fall season, Ed Butler, mond next Sunday afternoon, June with auxiliary tanks containing gas-
:r, .. state, while' the ann.ua! gasoline tax lowest net qualifying round: president of the 'club said. 4th. The game will be called at oline or other motor fuel.
revenue handled by the state board As a specialty number a one act 3:30.In I One measure to prohibit nepotismin
,,' for the various counties totals be- $42,000 IN BEER TAXES ARE short farce comedy, written and di- their last meeting, the Cane- state, county'and city governmentsand
tween $5,400,000 and six million dollar COLLECTED FIRST 14 DAYS rected by Mr. Butler, will be given breakers suffered their first defeat another to permit railroads to
/ :!. between acts. Mr. Butler has named of the season, and are out for a operate trucks and buses on 50-mile
The bond purchasing measure was I I Comptroller J. M. Lee reports that : his skit "A wife without a habit." win in the return, game Sunday. I hauls parallel to their tracks, alsY
approved and sponsored by the ad-i i the i state of Florida ha scollected The story of the play is based on was passed. '
ministration. After placing his sig- $42,129.60 in beer taxes during the a lady's desire to show off before DWGHT ROGERS NOMINATEDFOR
nature to the measure Governor first two weeks of its legal sale. her aunt, who had bitterly opposedthe SPEAKER 1935 SESSION J PASSES INSTALLMENT LAW
Sholtz presented the pen he used toj j This amount does not represent a young lady's marriage. The en-
; Representative A. O. Kanner, the complete, record as many county tax trire cast add their bits to the comedy I :More! than 50 representatives en-
author of the bill. collectors have not made their report blit the majority of laughs are fur- ,dorsed the nomination of Representative The Senate passed a bill intro-
I and the returns are only partial. nished by Roberta George as the i Dwight L Rogers, of Ft. Lauderdale duced by Senator MacWillianis, that
BUSINESS LOCATION: CHANGES I I Of this sum $34,860 represents maid of all work in the household.Fred for nomination as speaker of would provide that state county, and
:1 The Glades Auto Sales Inc., local receipts from the sale of licenses, Haggan, as the meek hus- the house of reresentatives in 1935. municipal taxes be paid in install-
; ,} Ford dealer moved its location this I''and $7,269.60 from the six cents a band will do his part toward hand- Mr. Rogers was speaker pro tern.' ments. The tax payer would be per-
a P- week from the old Murray Motor gallon collected from brewers and ing out laughs. of the present session and was a can- mitted to pay that portion of his -
y building to the store rooms back of distributors: Others in the cast are: Mrs. G. A. didate for speaker himself but with- taxes used for governmental operat-
Baker's Service Station, formerly oc-|| All beer revenues are being kept Ina Allen, Mrs. G. O. Wallace, Gratton drew before the Democratic caucus ing expenses, thus giving cities and,
rt c piedvby the bakery. ;:,, specia (fund in the State Treasuryto George, Mrs. Hoomes Rich, Ed But met in Tomasello's favor. The actual counties funds to operate with; with-
AIr. J.: S. Atkins remains in chargeof be held intact until apportioned to ler. Mrs. Wallace is directing theproduction. election of speaker is held the night out requiring payment of levies for

the local agency. i;some special use by the Legislature. before the opening! of the session. debt service.
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I Published,The Clewiston every Friday in News Clewiston,- TOO LATE TO' BY II Mural Common Sense } Spuds .Johnson I ::1:1THE


Inc. ?q7.
AGRICULTURAL ACT first. A rising price level would

.. SHOULD AID PRODUCERS lighten the burden of debt, interest,

Entered as second class matter I don't know who the architect was on him so he buys a country home PRODUCTS and taxes, that farmers as well as
1, 1927, at the Post Officeat
February that designed the pretty little play- and a couple of racing horses. city men must pay. '. a
Clewiston, Florida, under the Act house we set up for our county offi- Then times get tough. Old man The trade agreement,provisions of ,

of March 3, 1897.A cials to romp around in, but if I hada depression comes along and takes Advantages of' the Agricultural the Farm Act can be used to great

guess comin, I'd say it must have you and\a\ lot of other folks over Adjustment Act recently passed by advantage by the producers of non-
newspaper devoted to the best been Santa Claus. the jumps. Then all of a sudden Congress are not limited to the farm- basic commodities. The Act author-

interests of Hendry county, Florida. According to a summary just issued you remember about the guy you ers who produce the seven basic agricultural izes the Secretary of Agriculture to .t.J

It's leading newspaper. by the State Auditing Depart(I sent out collectin' so you call him commodities listed in the enter into agreements with associations -

ment a check up on county books up on the carpet and say "Gimme." Act-wheat, cotton, field corn, hogs, of producers or with processors ,,

Subscription rate, per year.$2.00 i for the past two years discloses the Chances are you haven't shown rice, tobacco and milk and its prod- '' and distributors or'any agricultural -

Outside of State of Florida2.50 i fact that excess fees were collected'I any Interest in him or his work for ucts. Orchardists, poultry farmers, competing commodities. These
totaling close to two million dollars 'eight or ten years. You don't even vegetable growers, and others may could include fruits, vegetables poul-

and while a portion of this has been (I know whether he's been keepin' also profit, directly or indirectly, try, and other non-basic products.The .

Business Office, Clewiston News, made good, the bulk' is still to be '[books or not, but nqw you pounce through the operation of the Act. purpose of these agreements is
Clewiston, Florida. Editorial and collected.I'm on him with both feet and if ,it develops Changes In the prices of the basic to insure fair returns to producersand

Advertising, same. not Insinuatin' that our officials he's spent some of your dough commodities tend to influence other equitable marketing and distributing

are dishonest, perish the you are all indignant and upset farm products. Hence, any increasein practices.One .
THE FIRST COMMENCEMENTLast thought. They're just ordinary hu- about it. the price of basic commodities section of the Act administeredby

man beings for the most part and Of course you wouldn't do busi- brought about by the operation of the the Farm Credit Administration .

night before a crowded houseof when we go and dump a lot of temp- ness like that yourself, nobody else Agricultural Adjustment Act will rebound -. and not by the Department of Agri- ,-

friends and well wishers, Roberta tation in their lap, it's no wonder would, but that's the way you allow also to the benefit, of producers culture, is designed to lighten the ..

George, Robert Mitchell, Jewel Lowe they get careless. jour governmental agencies to func- of other farm commodities.The load of' interest and debt. It is not

and Edwin Ward were presentedtheir Suppose you' hired a guy in your tion and then you wonder why things so-called inflation powers in limited to the producers of the basic '

diplomas from the Clewiston I business to do some collectin' for get in a mess. the bill, administered by the Presi- agricultural products .

High School. These young people you and instead of payin' him a sal- Records show that there are some dent and his treasury aides and not No "processing taxes" that mightbe '

have attained an honor for which ary you just handed him a flock of counties in this state where no au- by the Department of Agriculture, levied, under the Act, on basic ,

they have strived for twelve :years. bills and told him to go ahead and dit has been made for ten years. are designed to raise the general agricultural commodities, will effect :

Another honor, which they had not collect 'em and keep ten per cent No one knows what the situation is.: price level of all commodities, agricultural grains or other basic commoditiesused

planned early in their scholastic ca- for his share.So You have a state auditing depart- and industrial ,. Such meas- as feed for livestock-beef or ,

reer was also bestowed upon them- he goes out and collects a hun- meat charged with the duty of I ures raise the price of raw material dairy cattle, or ,poultry .

that of being the first group to be dred smackers, pockets the ten bucks checking these records for your pro-

graduated from the local school. belongin' to him and says: "What tection. Why don't they do it? I

They had selected as their class shall I do with this ninety dollars?" I Simply because you have failed to A
motto: We're On Our Way." We wishto You got plenty of money and don'tgive provide the machinery and money _1II11I1I1I1I1II l"'IIIIIIIIIIIIII""" : !' '

bid them God's speed and a happy a darn so you say: "Aw, just ,necessary for them to function. In i IIIIIIIIIIIIIii:1m"'II'i

landing. keep it for me and if I ever need it ,the foolish name of economy you've

I'll let you know." (kidded yourself that you are savin' A Building and Loan Facts Af

ACTION OX THE AUDITIt So your new collector goes on 'col- |money by cutting down the num-

T le tin' and keepin' the money, your jber of auditors and trimming the f

money as well as his own. Nobody budget of this department .
seems that the county commis- | be bureaus and I i iI
asks him how much he's got or what may some
have their hands tied in regard Wisdom Conservative Investment
sinors ie's done with it. Pretty soon he's departments that could be done away says:

to getting action on the al- got his pockets so jammed up with with and others that would stand is the best Investment.

ledged ,shortage in the former tax- jack that he just naturally loses ident, and though his wife tries to ; .', ,'
collectors books. In the first placean ,
track of which is his' and yours. partment isn't one of them. Everyset ,
audit was not made until three He naturally gets to feelin' more of county books in the state ,;. .,

months after the commissioners had or' less prosperous, so he buys a shoUld' be audited at least once each considered 'i
reported "an apparent shortage" and Carefully conservative appraised
house and a car and a lot of other \jyear, as well as the books of every
even now, two months after the audit things and don't worry a whole lot i bureau department and commission. loans on improved real estate is :::
started, they have not had the :
was about whose money pays for it. He I IIf you were to double the personnel
official report from the state department i' figures there's plenty more where ![of your auditing department and the sound security behind stock invest .

which conducted it. that came from and even if he does !provide twice as much for it in the ment in this Association. '. :
Several months ago, before the I would find it one of "
get some of yours mixed up with budget, you .
audit was made, the commissioners his it won't make any difference, the best investments ever made. In When invest here '
noified the state's attorney, Hon. Guy you your money you .
because you don't need it and wantit !fairness to your officials as well as

ent Strayhorn shortage, that in the there former was an collectors appar- anyhow and nobody is checkin'Ito I yourself, it should be done. don't get only one mortgage, you .own a ;

account, and requested him, as states Ii share in every mortgage held by the Association I .-

attorney to take some action. So I new covenant is a new religious or- : '

far as we have been, able to learn uubap cbOCiI der of things which has the for- III

the attorney has made no move toward giveness of sins and the cleansing of -J
In addition the
to security mortgaged
assisting in the recovery of the heart as its fundamental bless- ,

the money, if indeed, there is a short- icon ings. we take a note signed by the borrower and '

age, and the board of commissionersmust Jeus and his apostles were eating
sit ildy by and wait. They are the Passover, and Jesus said, VerilyI his wife and we keep the property cont'k

powerless> to do more, and must bear One of which
Subject: Jesus faces betrayal and say unto you, you stantly insured and see that the improve"l
the criticisms being made of. them in eateth with me shall betray me. And ../

this connection. They have done all denial.Golden Text: "He is dispised and they say unto him one by one, Is ments are kept in repair. I .. .

in' their power. Whose move is next? it I? And he answered, It is one of
rejected of men; a man of sorrows, I
and acquainted with, grief." Isaiah the twelve that dippeth me in the We also require the borrower to makeI (
POOR COXSOLATIOX dish. The son of man indeed goeth,
53:33. the loan '
regular monthly
14:17-31. as it is written of him; but woe to payments ; ,,
Lesson Text Mark
: whom the Son of man the debt and makes
that man by this reduces our se'J
Perhaps it is poor consolation to Practical Truth: No matter how ]

know that Florida's legislature is strong we may think ourselves to .is man betrayed if' he! had good never were been it for born.that"I curity' better with each monthly payment ": 1

not the only one that's gotten "that be, we should watch and pray: lest ._:'
Judas Iscariot was the traitor, and '.
found be overcome by temptation ,
way. All kinds of people are we "
Jesus' words "Good were it for that ,
everywhere, and we have discoveredthat Time and place of lesson:' Jerusalem {
if he had been born,
man never
lots of them are elected to the Thursday night, April 6, A.
said to declare a future punish-
legislatures of other states as well ''D. 30. ment. Clewiston Home Building "

as Florida. This conclusion is reached -'I Survey of lesson: _
"As they did eat, Jesus took .
after reading some of the laws On Thursday Jesus sent Peter and \ .
bread, and blessed, and broke it, and Association
passed by other legislatures. They John to Jerusalem ahead of the rest
to them and said, Take, eat
are so similar to some of our worth- i of the, company in order that they gave
less legislation that they have a fam- might prepare the Passover meal. this is my body. And he took the i Administration Building j jO
cup, and when he had given thanks, I.
iliar ring. For example: He gave them instructions and pre- .
he gave, it to them; and they all
Connecticut required second hand parations were made in a guest-
hats to bear a label describing themas chamber which was hospitably pro-
This is blood of the new Testa-
such. vided. There they spent with their
ment, which is shed for many." \
The Wisconsin legislature prohib- Master the most' memorable night of \ "
ited non-members from wearing fra- their career, .and there the solemn The disciples were then few, but !

ternity organization insignia, exceptin sacrament was instituted, which was Christ was looking forward to the I

the case of college co-eds who afterward to be observed, to the end time when they would be many, and. .4 .A' :

traditionally wear the fraternitypins of time, as the Lord's Supper. in all countries, as they now are. ,, ',..
"Jesus saith unto them, All ye j,
of their sweethearts. "
Probably Judas left the table be- \
'Shall be offended because of me
Arizona established a permanent ;
fore the Lord's Supper was observed.It .
this for it is written, I will
closed season on bull frogs and or- is significant that in institutingthe night;
dered bil 's of 'sale to accompany memorial by which he should be smite the shepherd, and the sheep

transfers of poultry. (Imagine hav- perpetually remembered, Christ established shall be scattered. But after, thatI DRINK MILK FOR HEALTH J

ing to draw up a bill of sale to pur- an ordinance in commem-I am risen, I, will go before you into

chase a fryer for Sunday dinner! ) oration of his death. The bread and Galilee. But Peter said unto him, """'tf

And as for fool bills that were wine which Jesus gave to his disciples -(Although all shall be offended, yet .
will not I. And Jesus saith unto
introduced, their name is legion. represented his body and blood, j
Here are a few samples: and by; a common figure of speech I I him Verily I' say, unto thee, That ,

In Kansas a bill to require ped- they were called his body and blood; this day, even in this night, before .. '1;
the cock twice, thou shalt denyme 0"
estrians on a highway to wear red like as Christ called himself the crow 41
thrice. But he spoke the more .
tail lights.In ,
true vine. Jesus' words, "This is my .Y
Nebraska, a, bill to prohibit blood of the new testament, whichis vehemently, If I should die with Three point two and then some }
thee, I will not deny thee in any "
movies from showing a woman smok- shed for many." show that the for-
wise. Likewise also said they all." .
ing tobacco.In giveness of sins is dependent upon, t "
That night while Jesus was being ;: 1.1
Indiana, a bill to prohibit
mov- and is made possible by the hed- ,. .
,s' '
tried Peter accused of being a '
ies from showing gun play.In ding of Christ's blood. Matthew adds :
disciple. "But he denied," and .
Indiana a bill to establish the the words, "For the remission of .
again servant said "This is one of r ., '
zither as the state's official musical sins." Here is the doctrine of the a
instrument.So them. And he denied it again. Anda 1
atonement from Christ's lips <
own ,
little after, they that stood by said l
cheer up, folks! They weren'tall
plainly and pointedly declared.
elected to the Florida legisla- again to Peter, surely thou art one Chocolate Milk : -Y Butter Milk
The statement, "This is bloodof
my "
ofi him-But he begen to curse and ,
ture. (f \
the new testament ("covenant" is to swear, saying, I konw not this Sweet Milk < Butter
highly suggestive. There is evidentlya
man of whom speak. You thus
Those of us who were curious to reference here to Two Old Testa- : t,"
see the weakness to which Peter and
know what dress would be appro- ment passages. Exodus 24:5-8 tells .
all of us are subject. Yet Peter re-
priate for Madame Minister to wear about the institution of the first yClewiston
while being received by the king, covenant, and informs us that the J pented and was forgiven. God will .
also forgive your sins, if :you ask it. '
will be interested in the descriptionof brood of the covenant was sacrificial

Mrs. Owen's gown on that oc blood, which was sprinkled upon the Dairy Gompany : '

casion. She was attired in an egg- people. Again, centuries later. Jere- The roaches in this section, says .
shell colored satin afternoon gown, miah tells of a new covenant which the Titusville Star, must be practic- :

a long coat with fur-trimmed sleeves God would make in the future (Jer. ing natural selection in Its most

and a small hat to match. King 31:31-34.) This covenant Christwas scientific state; anyway they seem I ,'. .-,
Christian of Denmark wore. a gener- about to establish by the shed I to begetting bigger and better every -
al's uniform. ding of hiS blood, on the cross. That' year.


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How Fish Get ByA 1:1-....., --r:1:
Personal Mention I IJ.
c I[ There are society items and society Oft has it been charged in recent LJ.----LI

group of Evergladers having items, each must be written in years that newspaper publishers were .
becoming too ocmmercial; too interested -
discucced their observations of fishes
its individual style. Now since wo
M. Couseof Moore Haven, was in the business side of the pro-
here on business Wednesday.A. under different conditions, and being have 3.2 parties perhaps we'll haveto fession; and drifting away from the See Us About

uncertain how fully their observations develop a style like the followingItem ethics of the editorial rooms. Your NextOrder

F. Wilson, of Detroit, was hereon accorded with scientific opinion, clipped from an exchange: Recent events have given the lie

business Tuesday. a, letter of inquiry was addressed to Complimenting his old college to 'these charges. For
Never in the history of American
Selden L. Stewart, of LaBelle, was the Bureau of Fisheries at Washington mate, William Whosits, of the Eng- newspapers has the advertising vol-

in Clewiston on business Monday. and the following reply was received lish Whoosits, Mr. Whatcha MaCall- ume and gross revenue of home own-

from Frank T. Bell, the com- em entertained informally last Mon- ed newspapers been at such a low

Hubert Land left Saturday for Poplar -i mfssioner. day evening at his lovely home whichis ebb.Have JobPrinting
'- Bluff Mo., for a short vacation. they faltered?
"Concerning the sudden appear- so ideally arranged for entertaining -
Have they curtailed their I
ance of sizeable fishes in ponds that news
at No. 3.2 Blue Ribbon Road.
W. P. Stewart of Bradenton was
gathering facilities to. the point of
in Clewiston on business several have been dry, according to a number "The party rooms were transformed being in keeping with the curtail-

days this week. of recorded observations, fishes by artistic decorations tb give the ment of their revenue and advertis-

survive the complete drying up of effect of an old English pub. Tables ing lineage?
Mrs. E. L. Stewart and Mrs. M. H. a body of water by burying themselves were arranged for both draw and One moment of thoughtful hesi-

Crouch were visitors in West Palm in the soft mud where they stud poker, the scores being kept by tation presents the answer.

Beach Saturday.Miss lie dormant until the water returns means' of dainty chips, some red, During the state and national bank Good Work

This phenomenon is known as aestivation some white, and some blue, adding a holidays, every effort was put forth
Ulla Jacobsen will leave Sun- Fair Price
In Asia and in Africa there patriotic touch symbolic of the sea- by the newspapers to, keep the peo-
day for a two weeks vacation which are fishes which regularly pass thru son (of personal liberty). ple of the nation from becoming Quick Service
in Tampa with her
she spend this condition every year. In the rice "Following the games the party hysterical. Full and complete cov-/
father. I I fields of China there is a species of repaired to the kitchen where a beau- erage of the situation was maintained I

,fish which is quite common and is, tiful bar room scene was visioned by locally and nationally.
John K. Mowry left Saturday for used for food. During the annual the,fortunate participants of Mr. MaCallem's During the Southern California
Louis where he will join his wife I : !
St. ::::
dry season when the rice fields become hospitality. The center earthquake, costs of cevering such a
for few weeks before returning -
son I completely dry, the fish bury piece was a gorgeous beer keg which giant news story were doubled-yea, I
to Clewiston. 'themselves fn the mud until the advent the host had secured from Ybor City. ttfebled-because of the erroneoutand

of the rainy season. A chunk of Surrounding the center piece many gruesome exaggeration of rumors -
Dir and Mrs. F. R. Maxwell and mud containing a fish may be transported antique steins, mugs seidels etc, were over the radio. Half of the An Atlantic City bank that went
daughter Mary Bush and Betty Spi- to a distant place and when artistically arranged. Fourteen guests efforts of news gathering services the way of most banks a few years

cer spent Wednesday in Miami visit- placed In a tub of water the fish re (count 'em 14) were seated around and newspaper {staffs in coveringthis ago, has just reopened as a beer

ing friends. vives. There is a case on record of'' the table and the honor guest was disaster was devoted to run- garden and foaming steins are being

1 i\: a ditch in France drying up completely duly presented ,with a bung starter, ning down and proving false the passed across the counters once
R. E. Kurtz, of Fort Myers was stacked with cash. An unfinished
once in about a hundred handsomely bond in cellophane. To uany hysterical reports thrown broad-
here last night to attend the regular years. After a heavy rainfall, whenit pound the bung and insert the dainty cast into the ether waves. tourist hotel near Miami was con-

meeting of the directors of the First begins to fill up again, such fishesas spigot was the task allotted to the Had there been no hysterical radio verted into a modern poultry con

Bank of Clewiston.Mr. t the perch, carp, pike, etc have honoree, which duty he performedwith announcers gone berserk, the task of cern. The University of Tampa has
been> observed coming out of the mud. dispatch and neatness, bespeaking covering this disaster would have incurred -I requested a lease on the old Tampa
and Mrs. M. P. Peterson recently This is probably what took place in great experience. only the ordinary cost of such Bay Hotel, following the exampleof

returned to their home here the waters referred to in your letter. Delicious' limburger and ham big stories. But with the added necessity the Hollywood Hotel which houses

from Jacksonville where they had "It Is possible for some fish eggs sandwiches, with generous helpingsof of denying false radio rumors the winter session of Riverside Mil-

spent a two weeks vacation. to survive drought when buried in the piece de' resistance were serv- as well as presenting the facts I itary Academy and other similar ex-

damp mud, and when the water returns ed to the guests. During the social a they were; reserve funds of news- amples In the state.
Martha Nell Alston, daughter of the fry hatch out. The eggs of hour soft music was received via the papers and, wire services were hard

Mr. and Mrs. Dave G. Alston, returned fishes may be kept in damp moss or radio from WLAGER. Each and ev- The tables were turned by a Phil
to her home here Wednes- other material, and, are frequently' ery guest invited to this lovely affair us, former accusers, are our adelphia judge who sentenced a woman -
day from a short visit with friendsin transported great distances in that was presented with a precious newspapers gold seekers or faith- to 30 days in prison for refusing -

Canal Point. condition, with a high percentage of little bottle opener cleverly tied with ful servants of their public. -Cal- to support her husband. The
servival Canal Point News i the national colors." ifornia Publisher. husband was an invalid.
Dr. U. S. Gordon, of Gainesville,
spent Sunday here as guest of Mr.
and Mrs.' M. G. Langford. Dr. Gor-
don delivered the baccalaureate sermon -

Sunday night.

, ..
Edgar Sias, of Homestead, spenta ,. ..' .
short while here Sunday with his ... .i

brother, A. W. The two left that afternoon t Y )::
Orlando where wentto dt :JJffctt ,
for they ,;. c2z4I: '
attend a state meeting of agents :/ ; "

-- for the American Insurance company ,. <',;:t; r"a : :i : '.
/ torn//CC/l/ .. .. .. ,
which both '
of are agents. ; 5-
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V ;: 1elpfuI} 1ints} :!: ;- May 22, 1933 j :.;,
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:::: mO 1ousebJibes} ,: ;p. ;
.. '. ; _:" '..,-f VFRIDAY "
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1. 1 1 1 1 1. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1.r. .
I not only ?::'
BLACKBERRY JAM I suppose that I may claim to be the first Ford Dealer. '"

delivered them myself. .
Practically the same method is made cars, but sold them and frequently Detroit"

followed in making jams of all ber- The "drive away" is not new; often I have driven cars from '

ries. The ripe, broken ones give a to make delivery. /';:
fine color and flavor, but one-half of to towns in Ohio or Indiana or I'"
the quantity of the berries selectedfor There were no good roads in those days, and the people
making jam should be slightly
this to seen a motor car before.My ';.
r under-ripe; is necessary give drove had never Doctors. They -
the jelly-like consistency to the fin- first really enthusiastic customers were Country
ished product.. More pectin usually transportation to a
i is present in rareripe or underripefruit were the first to realize the value of dependable
than in prime-ripe fruit. Cook- '
ing in small quantities will also helpto widely scattered practice. first Ford users. ": :
'. some of
retain their color and flavor. A Even today I occasionally hear from ;
more delicate flavor will be retainedby mechanics how to care for the cars. That
We had to teach local .
allowing three-quarters pound of everywhere in the world. ..:: ',:'
() j sugar to _each pound of berries than is how Ford Service began, which is now found our ;:

"\' by using an equal proportion by believed from the beginning that a sale does not complete
weight of each. It is important to a. We obligation '.
creates upon us of/
cook down the fruit before adding transaction with our customer -- it
Dealers Know
the sugar. him service. Ford
customer's car
Jam should be cooked rapidly in a to see'that our

porclain-lined or heavy aluminum their duty to the public in this respect.
vessel after sugar is added, and Ford Dealers generally that they have been and are men '
stirred slowly. Do not stir too rap- I can say'of Most of them have '
idly or heat the mixture, as this of character and standing in their communities.
; might cause air bubbles in the finished indicates that we agree on basic ; '
1, product. A thermometer is been with us many years, the methods used to sell
useful in making jam, cook to 222' business principles. The Company provides
degrees F. Give the same test as for the self-respect of the Dealerswho
consistent with
jelly; cool a small quantity in a s the Ford car are
spoon and when it flakes off the

side of the spoon instead of comingoff Thfpresent Ford V-8 is the peak of our 30 years experience.
in drops it is finished, and engine is
should be removed from the fire We have never made a better car. Its eight-cylinder
immediately. Jams are thicker when is admittedly very good looking
The car
cold than when hot, and care shouldbe powerful and smooth
taken not to cook them too long. and has comfortable ridihg qualities. It is economical in

r. By processing jams in pints or y advanced engine design and low car weight.It .
; small jars in the hot water bath for G operation because of we have ever built.
10 to 20 minutes at 180 degrees F., is the fastest, roomiest and most powerful car \
p I the flavor and the color are better

preserved than when processed at

',x boiling temperatures or over. A perfect -
i seal may be secured by tighten-
ing the cap immediately at the end
/ of the processing period..

c, 100 musicians from Florida public -
:': schools will form the "All Flor-
"1 Ida Boys' Band" to make a trip to
? ra the World's Fair in Chicago as part

'..i of the Florida exhibit. However,
'I Miss Madeline Bogle, cornetist extraordinary -

of the Sebring high
school, will accompany the boys.
Miss Bogle was so honored becauseof

her rare ability as a cornetist. .



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governing such payments. He pointed ,4
I out, however, that it would be to Commencement! xercfee :
Throw A way Food! the benefit of the individual banksto
follow his suggestion, which he
$ ( said was made in the hope of puttingthe
:::;;=- 1 banks in an impregnable positionin

the future. Qtlew ton 2igf) Ikfjool
The letter was merely a suggestion -

::J. and was not mandatory upon the

iJii directors. *,, STune 1, 1933 .

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w 6 / y LEONARD STALLS IS f::.,

PROGRAMProcessional J

..........___."Triumphal Procession" from Aida
From Moore Haven Democrat
( ) Junior Class Song _................_.__................:"Farewell Song"
Leonard (Peck) Stalls of Palm-
\\\\ s dale, shot himself accidentally Wed- Salutatory ................._..;..:...._...._...._............Robert Mitchell

a nesday while, cleaning a pistol. The Special Music ........__......................._........Graduation March
wound, though painful, is not a ser- Roy Green, Jr. and Athlea Ford '
ious one. Mr. Stalls, who is A. C. Class History ..................__......______....____.........._Jewel Lowe

I L. Section foreman at Palmdale, was' Class Will ......................_..............................Edwin Ward!
___ ___ ,, .,_. cleaning a pistol purchased at the
c-=--- "" "' w recent auction sale of the G. J. L. Senior Class Song .............."The Memory of Our School"

I"T"IH1S is no time to throw away parative Values of Important Smith personal and household goods Introduction of Speaker ................Prof. M. G. Langford!
3 I good food, and yet a few people Foods or Food Groups" in the when the weapon discharged. The
Commencement Address _..............Hon. Ralph I. Vervoot
unfortunately continue to book entitled "Your Weight and bullet entered the thigh, ranged
do so through ignorance. We How to Control It", edited by Dr. downward through the fleshy partof Valedictory. _.._..........._..__......__....................Roberta George '.,
refer to the people who pour the Morris Fishbein of the American the thigh and came out near the I
Medical Association. Presentation Senior High School Diplomas..W. C. Owen V
On This
liquid off canned vegetables. chap
knee, but reentered the leg at the '
this subject E. V. McCollum, ter written by Flora Rose, New calf and bore downward toward the Presentation Junior High School Diplomas..Roy Green 5
Ph.D., SC.D., of Johns Hopkins York State College of Home Eco-
University, wrote in an article in nomics, Cornell University and foot. The bullet was removed from Presentation of Special Awards.

McCairs Magazine: I Mary Henry, Professor of Nutri- near the ankle. Recessional ....____......................................"Vienna March"
"Vegetables are canned in a 'tion, in the same Institution, The accident is most unusual in 4.
liquor which is largely water but states: that the same bullet made two distinct -
which contains considerable "When vegetables are cooked, wounds in the same leg, one It May Be Sd. sequently more tender. No one explained -
amounts of vitamins and mineral there is a loss of ash and vita- above the knee and the other below.
A Hyde Park man, a butcher for why the hog can't use his .
salts extracted from the food. If mins in any unused cooking wa- "
this is thrown considerablefood ter. This fact emphasizes the Another peculiar feature of the 22 years learned something yester- left foot. -Tampa Tribune.WORKMEN'S '
value will away be lost. Avoid desirability of saving for soup accident is that the pistol is the same day about meat from his wife that he
these losses by emptying the contents water in which vegetables are with which the former owner, Mr. didn't know. Believing his wife knew COMPENSATIONMEASURE
of the can into a large cooked. Also heat and oxidationboth Smith, committed suicide. what she was talking about, he madean
saucepan. and cooking until the tend to destroy at least investigation and found she was DIES IN HOUSE
desired amount of liquid has vitamin C in the cooking process.If Judge David Elmer Ward of Fort right. The contention was that the I T
evaporated." oxygen is excluded, as in cold Myers is believed to be the world'syoungest left ham of a hog is more tender and i I I Tallahassee. -June l.--A workmen's
packed canned vegetables, the loss
Save the LiquidOr of vitamin C is reduced." jurist. Judge Ward recently savory than the ham taken from the compensation bill, subject of heated
The same care should be takento reached his 22nd birthday. right side Here's the basis for the debate, virtually was killed in the
as an alternative, it can be keep-food left in an open can belief: The hog can scratch himselfon house today when it was preventedby
saved to use in soups, as pointedout cool and covered as if it had been the right side with his foot, thus a majority vote from reaching
in a chapter on ""The Com- transferred to a dish. Electric Clock Tells developing muscle. When he third reading. It went to the gen-
scratches the left side it is agains a eral calendar. Only a waiver of
Time Without
tree or some object. Therefore the rules, requiring a two-thirds major
TREASURY ACTS TOSTRENGTHEN capital sructure should be overlooked. left side is not as muscular and con- ,ity, could bring it up again.
i STRUOTURE OF NATION The banks, which weathered the

financial cris in greater proportionthan : : : : : :-.: : :.: : :..: : :_:+:M: : :.: :+:_:M'H+:":":-: :
Washington, June 1-Steps to the state banks were permittedto 55 IV Vp rI
reopen only on an unlimited basisas ... .
strengthen the capital structure of fa--toZ&'rvr ZX'fe iu. yX
the national banks of the country proof that the banks wer ein a v, Xr
have been taken by the treasury solvent condition. .

through the dispatch of suggestionsthat This, however, did not entirely
banks defer or reduce dividends satisfy officials of the office of the !I r CLEWIS TON GOLF i
payments to stockholders to accom- comptroller of the currency, who
plish this end believe the banks could further
In a letter to all of the directors strengthen their position by buildingup ,
of the more than 5000 national I the capital structure, thereby retaining COURSE .,i I

banks which have reopened since money that under ordinary ,
the national banking holiday, F. G. circumstances would be paid to
I ::
Await acting comptroller of the stockholders as dividends. T } '
currency, called attention to the pre- I Await in his letter said he realizedthe .
sent situation of the banks of the question of dividends was entirely :i: .. ..:..
country and told the directors he in the hands of the directors after .:. :
.. ::
felt no chance to strengthen the they complied with the banking laws s GGi ion.: YdQ'vaSra JrrN NCvl iunf t,.. .::. .::.

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SJL .an electric Is the clock latest without in clocks-dialor Open to the Public j jf

; hands. The time is indicated by
; numerals that revolve like the mileage I

NOTIC indicator ou an automobile,
while the seconds "pass in review"on y ?yX
a revolving disc just below them.A :
small electric lamp illuminates y y
the numbers and the decorative
",> ," design etched on the face. .. \ .., .
: ; 'Vy ''.. ... ..
This clock operated by a self- .
starting Telechron motor, is run by ; >. .
alternating current. It is especially .
We have moved our Ford appropriate for :use .on a. desk hi :: Moderate Green Fees :!:
theatres, broadcasting studios, railroad

automobile business to the Baker oflcea.A. stations. banks and brokers' Exceptional Fairways :_: i

:: Greens I :=!: '
Service Station. We have compe- ..................................................,.................................... Interesting \f
.tII. vy I

tent mechanics and will I
carry gen I r

Good FarmLand t...................................................................................................................................................................................."..
uine Ford parts. We can serve you.

now but will be better equipped by ._u,..... < ..- ..,. ........ .. .' .-'.'. ." "" '-
i :-;.-;, ,'__.i!; .w'\o_" .1."# -..._;... ,'. ...__t. .- ..-.: '-. -- -c.:!f. ..- :.
June 1st. tal

for Rent

WE APPRECIATE I. %Where They All Meet -;

YOUR 'PATRONAEEGlades There's beer and beer, but-it takes pleasant ,?

TrespassersWill <.. surroundings and companionship to bring ,

Be the full enjoyment of the new beverage.At .

ProsecutedThe Mary's place you find your friends, all

Auto. gathered to enjoy fellowship, and (need we

t add) the most tasty sandwiches and lunchesso

why not meet your friends here?

Sales .
CompanyAuthorized I rSugarland

Cafe :

Ford Representative ClewistonCompa.ny

Mary Stokes Prop. Hopkins Bldg.AGE .
Clewiston, Florida

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