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: March 10, 1933
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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I k.(" : KEEP DISTRBUTION Qualifying Rounds For SECOND REQUEST I Legion Meet 'Postponed BUNINESS DOESN'T'

Mens Tourney Starts

':. OFGASTAXASJS Qualifying ,rounds for a handi- ASKED FOR AUDIT iston The Post regular of the meeting American.of the Legion Clew- SLUMP IN SPITE OF

has been postponed from Tuesday
cap tournament to be held at the

.. : SAYSCOMMISSIONMEMBERS Clewiston Golf course will begin to- night of next week to Thursday SHORTAGE OF CASH
. Send Urgent Message to OfficialsSo night in order that the date will
morrow and will continue through
Tax RecordsMay Bo Clear not conflict with a scheduled play] ,
Lloyd Sparrow
As Soon As PossibleAn "The Suicide Specialist" on Tuesday
SAY GAS MONEY IS I This will mean: that two tournaments night. The announcement was made CLEWJSTON TAKES 'HOLIDAY'

." will be played on the course .
_ .,. NECESSARY TO OPERATE urgent request, the second yesterday by J. E. Beardsley, post WITH COURAGE; PAY ROLL
men's and
the the
at the same ,
'I which has been sent, was made commander.
women's, he said, but It is thought DISTRICTED; ON TIME
Tuesday to the governor the state
Each of the five county commissioners that the two will conflict in any
expressed himself as favoring auditor and the state's attorney for Glades Flower Show

manner. this judicial circuit, calling for an Business usual is
: the gasoline tax distribution as as a summaryof
immediate audit of the accounts of To Be Postponed
it now: stands and, would not sug- business conditions in Clewiston
'Suicide Specialist' to the tax collector's office, in whichan
modification change
gest any< or during the banking holiday which
alleged shortage the'accounts The Flower Show of the Upper
This opinion was given Representative Be Presented TuesdayThe swept over ,the nation Saturday and
Burchard Tuesday at of Former Collector Taylor was said Hades and Garden Club, scheduledto
Everette Monday. Most of the merchants'here
to be held'in Belle Glade next Saturday
> commissioners apparent.The be : -
t. of the -
a meeting operated as usual giving creditto
when he asked their opinion on high school auditorium will request was made by the and Sunday, nave been called
- where
regular customers they
the question which, in all probability be thescene of a timely drama entitled board of county' commissioners at off and the show will not be held
were financially able to extend
..\: \ will be brought up before the "The Suicide Specialist" Tues- the request of Frank Dougherty, this year Mrs. G. B.Rankstraw,
credit. Filling stations operatingon
'- 1933 session of the legislature. day night. This is to be the pro- collector who said his work is president of the Clewiston unit, announced -
a close margin, were forced to
duction originally planned for Tues-
greatly handicapped in the collectionof Tuesday.
Under the present set up for the curtail the acceptance of checks, but
distribution of the gasoline tax, day of this week, but which was this year's taxes by the discrepancies Altbough Mrs. Rackstraw: gave no
extended a limited amount of credit
" ':;<" one cent is distributed among the postponed, at the last minute early which appear in the books. reason for calling off the show, it to regular customers.

67 counties according to population, this week. Approval of the Errors and Insolvency is generally believed that the prevailing
The additional week given to There talk of local
Lists are being held up congestion of business conditions was some
! one cent according to area, and one
("J. the cast for rehearsals has meant script being issued which local
cent according to the amount of pending the investigation, the release reflected in the Everglades was:
" much in whipping the comedydrama -, I merchants would have been asked
I' t\ road construction the counties have of which is necessary before the immediate cause for the aban-
; into shape for production. The to accept instead of credit, however
, '," done on roads now a part of the further taxes can be satisfactorily donment of the plans. All plans I

; state road system. The hue and play is a royalty production and is collected. were completed for the show, entries after several conferences, the mer-

, of the larger counties is that given in accordance with the announced Shortly after assuming office in had been listed in many instances; chants decided no need existed for

cry the system is unjust in as much as policy of the Community January, :Mr." Dougherty reported and exhibitors were prepared to enter -I'this form of exchange..
the larger counties pay in a greater Players, which organization is pre the!,apparent shortage and called the a beautiful collection of fruits. The fact that the payroll of ,the

portion of the tax, but it is an un- senting it, to raise funds with whichto attention of the county commissioners flowers and vegetables in the exhi- I U. S. Sugar Corporation was drawn

disputed fact that the smaller build a community house in .Clew to it. The commissioners on bit Saturday and Sunday. 'from the First Bank of Clewiston

counties, through their cooperationin iston. February 4th wired the governor Preparations called for a chargefor I'just before restriction orders were

building up the present road that an apparent shortage existed in admission and it is believed received did much to supply ready
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system in the state of Florida have William Hooks Gets the books of the former collectorand that the counsel of those in charge cash to Clewiston citizens. The man

done much to attract trade of all requested an immediate audit. decided it would have been impos- drawing his pay In cash fared much

kinds to the larger counties. It is Try-out with Phillies The governor was in Belle Glade at sible to make the exhibits without a better than the salaried men whose

cited that Dade, Palm Beach and T16 the time of the meeting ,on a tour charge. payments were made in checks. The

;: others on the east coast as well as William Hooks, year old high of inspection of state institutions.The The Upper Glades Farm awl Gar- payroll had just been signed for and

", on the west coast would not have school boy, who startled the South request was sent to his office in den Club is made of units in ,Canr..ll I delivered a few minutes beforo the

the population nor the revenue from Florida baseball world here two seasons Tallahassee. Governor Sholtz had Point, Pahokee, Belle Glade, Cl "
;"' the gasoline tax were it not for the I ago when as, a lad of 14 he just asked for' a resignation of the iston and Moore Haven cation from Comptroller Lee containing -

- adequate roads leading to these 'did consistent duty on the pitching personnel of the state auditing department -; restriction orders.

centers through the smaller counties, mound for the Clewiston Cane and had named Bryan After the bank had been, orderedby

who have bonded to build these Breakers, left yesterday for Fort Willis, of West Palm Beach, as DISPLAY OF SUGAR the state department to permitno

roads tributaries. :Myers where he has been scheduledfor successor to W. S. Murrow, whose withdrawals over 6 percent and

,, It is generally believed that a try-out with the Philadelphia resignation was effective February7th. $10, the local bank continued to

S should the legislature attempt to Athletics.It It was thought that an audit ARRANGED IN PALM make such payments and accept

(Continued an page 4) Is probable that young Hooks would be made soon after Willis new deposits in accordance with thoGovernor's

will remain in the Palm City for a took charge of the department. orders which were"to
week.going..through--the-paces -with -'*-After''lfearnIng "bT-'the'"possibility
t : -' Ibe effective during a five day mora
WOULD HAETMIF.EXPENSE the regular Mackmen, and in case of a shortage together with some torium. A few withdrawals were

he makes a good showing he mightbe errors in the Errors and Insolvencylists made by persons who drew their allowance

farmed out to some minor team I_____,, which__n thev_n_ had nn_ approved,. the____ display of the manufacture of to tide them over the five

WORK IF EXPENSE for a few years. board of county commissioners, raw sugar, taken from samples at day period. Most of the depositors

4 Fort Myers has already seenthe' through Fred L. Dunnaway, requested the sugar house of the U. S. Sugar however, accepted the orders philosophically

offerings of the young right handeras Comptroller Lee to return Corporation here, was made in West;I and made new deposits in

IS NOT MADE UP he has played several games both the approved lists to the county in Palm Beach Saturday by W. M. ,I I the local bank Saturday afternoon.

with the Legion team of that city order that the commissioners might Redelsheimer, secretary to J. J.
I had
force spent
After the banking
and with the Cane Breakers, and recind their action in approving the Harrington.The I
most of Sunday preparing new pages
V NECESSARY CANNOT scout teams. lists. These lists were returned and display, Mr. Redelsheimersaid for depositors in the banks ledger

,r; BE TAKEN FROM FUNDS He attracted his first attention a at a later meeting the commissioners is located at the entrance of land I figuring the five percent plus

couple of years ago when he beganto rcinded their action in signing them. the Chamber of Commerce rooms in $10, which was to be allowed dur-

show his pitching wares on the local The lists are being held ,until a state West Palm Beach and will attractan : order was
Unemployment relief work in the ing the moratorium, an
lot with of 1 boy scouts unusual amount of attention.
a group ; auditor can check the records.
western part of Hendry county will sent out Sunday night by President
unless organized to play other boy's teamsof Former Collector Taylor was The display: consists of a table upon I the nation-wide
not be carried on some means Roosevelt declaring
the lake section. From the scout quoted as, saying that his accounts which is mounted glass tubes con- '
\ is provided to care for the necessary moratorium permitting no withdrawals.
team: he was given a temporary were "in good shape" and an audit taining a sample of each stage of
month .
expense, averaging $25 per '
berth on the Cane Breakers nine, would be welcomed.The sugar manufacture, from the raw
._ A. L. Taylor, chairman ,of the Hen- When the lid was first clamped
and from this he gradually workedhis apparent delay of the audit- cane juice to the raw sugar producedat
dry county Emergency Relief Coun- I
down on the cash supply it was
way' until last season Hooks was ing department to send an accountant the sugar house here as well as a "
cil told the commissioners
that those having money on
I considered one, of the regular mainstays to verify the records has caused sample of the refined sugar known ,'
s: Tuesday. at the post office would
of the Breakers outfit. the commissioners to send the commercially as Dixie Crystals, (
The relief work has been carriedout cause a run on the local supply of
second request which was more which is made at Port Wentworth.
continuously, despite press reports -\ cash. This fear fas short-lived.
Hof; ,
that Hendry was the first to I Lake Frost Damage Is urgent than the first Ga., by the Savannah Sugar Re- Monday a number of persons withdrew -

abandon emergency relief aid, Tay- finery. funds from the post office
Placed at 275 Cars Winter residents of West Palm
lor said. The report evidently start- Pairings Made For savings department but only for
Beach well those from the
as as
ed, he said, from the failure of the'h"i' -- I funds. The deposits locally -
Ladies TournamentPairings exclusive Palm Beach, have been ,necessary
Frosts which occurred universally -
county council to request money for increased during the week by an
'interestd visitors at the propertieshere ;i
the month of January. The Council over the Everglades section dur- appreciable figure, A. W. Lawrence

had some funds on 'hand at that par- ing the cold snap last week end are announced for the each year and it is generally I postmaster said. ,

ticular time and believed it had suf- caused an, estimated loss of 275 cars first round of the ladies tourna- believed that the display will prove I order
'of'' intrest to those contemplating a l I I Watchful waiting, was the
ficient amount to carry on the neces- of vegetables in the section. This ment which starts on the Clewiston ;
tour of the producing section of 'of the dtas business men gathered
sary work for the month of January. estimate was given by MU.. Mounts Golf course tomorrow. The players [ J'!around the banking house each
Since that county' agent for Palm Beach coun- to meet their the Everglades.
time, however, it has will arrange opponentsby
__ morning to learn the latest development -
i been found necessary to request I ty. Friday, March 17th, after which in financial matters-anil thento

and distribute funds in the western Frosts were general Friday and further pairings will be determinedfrom Management Changes i work in methodical order.

2'' : of the Saturday nights and some localities
; part county. No work has the matches played.
been done in the Clewiston district reported frost again Sunday night. Following is the pairings for the In Two Local HotelsSale

since January, since the opening of Practically all local young cropswere first round: Clewiston to Meet

Y .. ''" the sugar Industry here, as well as nipped, the bean fields sustaining Mrs. Hoomes Rich vs. Mrs. F. D.Duff of the furniture and fixturesof Alva Here Monday

the harvesting' spring crops pro- the most complete loss. Cab- Mrs. W. C Prewitt, vs Mrs W M the Watanabe House, 25 room

vided jobs for all worthy workers. bage generally escaped damage. RedelsheimerMrs. '!hotel here, to Mr. and Mrs. F. R. suffering

,, The chairman of the Hendry The frost damage was reported Mrs. C. Owen, vs. Mrs. H. A. ;!Maxwell, former proprietors of the After a 15-16 defeat at
rrJ -. County Emergency Relief Council most serious around the south end \ Bestow (Maxwell house, was announced yesterday the hands of the crack Alva Fiveon

appeared before the commissioners of the lake, which is the largest\JMrs. M. P. Peterson, vs. Miss Elizabeth by C. L. Downs who negotiated the Alva court Wednesday night,

to request payment of the $25 to produco section.Seminoles West.Mrs. I the deal. The price paid for the Clewiston basket: ball team is

(Continued on page 4) T .1( J. P Percy, vs. Mirs. B. C. Flan- 'the furnishings was not made pub- making all preparations to avan"gethat
llic.I defeat here Monday night when
to Join In iken.
-- --- --- Alva Ramblers come to return
Golf Course Is Robbed 1 Mrs. Evelyn Pace, vs. Mrs. T. B. Slightly more than a year ago i the
- sold I Wednesday's game.
Highlands PageantSebring Shelley. I the Watanabe furnishings were

; Here Saturday Night :Mrs. L C Miller, vs. Mrs. Fred I. to :Mr. and Mrs. Julius Alston when ,! Iri Wednesday's game in Alva, the
' locals had the Rambler on the light
Mr. and Mrs. Downs assumed management i
-- March 5 (Special-Six Hill.
end, if the score until the last quarter -
Thieves broke the rear wall from families of Seminole Indians will M.ts.: E. R. Fontaine, vs. Miss Kath- of the Clewiston Inn.

-' the caddy house at the Clewiston arrive at Highlands Hammock tomorrow ryn Deam. Mrs. Maxwell, who assumed man-I when the loss of Merrell Lowe
of their
;gip. Golf Course Sunday and stole three to construct a village which agement of the Watanabe yesterday, caused the locals to drop out this lull

r'-1' dozen new golf balls, Lloyd Sparrow will be a feature of four Florida PAY DAY HELPS SALES gave out the information that Mrs i regular style of play. In and a

j reported to officers Sunday morn- histroical pageants in the tropical G. B. McDuffie is to be in active ,the Ramblers' score mounted,

"... ing. No trace of the thieves has park, March 15-18. I "Business as usual," seems to be charge of the dining room of the Ii free shot at th eclose of the point game advantage -
i been found. The thieves must have Among the Seminoles who aro [the slogan of the entire nation since Watanabe, but that the dining room gave the hosts one

been pretty particular Sparrow said, coming undr the supervision of W. the emergency bank holiday was declared is being conducted as a part of the; good
I The Clewiston team gave a
since they did not molest any of the Stanley Hansen, Indian agent, are Saturday of all banks in the Watanabe. -I itself at the South Flor-
\ stock of goods except filled boxes. I Charlie Cypress, Everglades guide, United States. Local merchants de- 3 ax\\ell; House Changes Hands account Miami last weekend -

%, Several partially filled boxes of balls and his family; Lea Cypress daughter clare there has been no slump ni Mr. and Mrs. Hansel McDuffiPJ I ida tournament in : Pahokee

had been moved before the thieves of the late medicine man, Corn- business, and even say that the "Pay :yesterday assumed management of I when, after having tho the fast
it held
forfeited to ,
could get to the boxes which seemed apatchee, and a descendant of the : Day" sales last week-end, followingthe the Maxwell House, formerly known game Even

to please their fancy. Aside from famous Chief Osceola; Richard Os- monthly pay. day of the U. S. as the Stone Hotel, and they will j j Dania team to a 25 15 not score.advance in
the new balls and a quantity of practice ceola, George Osceola Funk Cypress Sugar corporation wore larger than continue tq operate. this place, giy-, though the team
,4:' balls, np other goods were tak- and Charlie Fewell and their, th.e month previous, -t\I;
I families, Democrat patrols, 1::to the t&ndard l Mr. Longford said,





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The Clewiston News Sidelights On the w.

InaugurationFranklin '
Published! every Friday in Clowiston. 7; '

Inc. ,_ ......,...,......., =a6AX D. Roosevelt is the thir- CLASSIFYWell Jj1.t l J

ty-second president of the United 1
Entered as second class matter, States, the second president of the 1,
Post Office ROOSEVELT points out the following we've got our "new deal" this darn financial blacklash in.
February 1, 1927, at the name. Ripley i
.. Pt Clewiston, Florida, under the Act coincidences in connection and 'a hundred and twenty million quick time. '
Dear Frank: I people are sittin' around right now Right now I've got exactly one ';
nf March 3, 1897.A with the two Roosevelts: Both were
How do you feel now up therein descended in the seventh generation I lookin' at their hands and wonderin' dollar and ten cents in regular mon- ;. I
the Capitol, just sitting in thepresident's 'em. to with. I suppose I ought f ..
devoted to the best irom Klas Marlensen van Roosevelt just how to play ey play .
newspaper ) chair? Fane, I bet, but to be bitln' finger nails and ::.
Interests of Hendry County, Florida, both attended Harvard, both were America wanted action and now my ,
dog-gone if I'd trade places with tearin' hair, but I ain't. I know I, "f'
Its leading newspaper. editors of their college papers, both we're gettin' it with a capital "A". my ....:;
:you. You up and got a heluva job I'm no worse off than several million ,
attended Columbia law school, were Franklin Delano ain't nobody's yes- *{
wished off on you, but please don'tfeel other folks and that's a consolin' -
members of the New York legisla- man. He's doin' what ought to have '
Subscription rate: per year$2.00 sore at me cause I and a raft thought.
ture, assistant secretaries of the been done several months ago, sodon't
Outside of State of Florida ......2.50 of others made you president. We The wife called me up on the } -
navy, (both resigned from that office be alarmed.
done it because we thought you'dget phone and was all excited. "Shall ;,
Advertising rates furnished on ap- us out of a lot of trouble we ), were governors of New York, Anyhow, we're all in the same I order groceries today and
plication. in. I candidates for vice-president, were boat now and that makes everybodyfeel any {
was what about liver for the cat? she
shot maniacs and both bcame
by better. Furthermore, it insures -
Firstly let me thank: you for asked. I told her to climb the pal- .:
Business office Clewiston NOTTS, putting the ke-bosh on the money presidents. Roosevelt's hand was something bein' done and done metto tree in the backyard and get

Clewi-ston Florida. Editorial and proposition. You know, Frank, up placed on the old family bible dur- quick. It may be kind of rough go- the cabbage out of it, and to put

Advertising, same. until you done that I was feelin' ing the inauguration.When ing and inconvenient for a few days the cat in a cage and start fattenin'him r

sort of bad. I was broke as a con F. D. Roosevelt took the but we'll come out of this mess just for an emergency. In the ",

..T Telephone 339HOW vict and knew it, but still I was oath of office he laid his hand on with an even keel. There'll be meantime I'd stop by the creek and : : 'k.
gettin' three squares a day and hada the old Dutch Bible which had beenin smooth sailin' again, so drag out '
out a couple of perch. ,
roof over my head, but readin' the his family since 1670 and in that old grin'and keep pullin' on snag stenographer '
BIG IS A MAX? Then I called my
;; which is recorded the births and the oars.
about millions of dollars being '
papers and dictated a letter to all my cus- ;
hoarded. Now I walk down marriages in the family from that Before start feelin' for -
A man's no bigger than the way you sorry tomers tellin' them to go ahead and
He treats his fellow man! the street and hold my head as time to the present.:: The president yourself and worryin' about that two send me a check, no matter what ':,

J This standard has his measure been high as anybody. I am in as good'ix chose the famous "hope, faith and dollars you didn't hide behind the bank it was drawn on. They all had

since time itself began! as the next' one. We're all charity" chapter of Corinthians as chimney, think how much better Mr. Roosevelt's name on the front -

He's nut measured by social rank, broke. I bet you are too, butyou're his inaugural "text" and it was at off you_ are than a lot of folks who door and that was enough guarantee -1.

When character's the test; a man of the people and you that place the Book was opened. have been roaming around the country for me.

Nor by his early pomp or show, have got the fortitude of the mid- Among the guests were Toby for months without even a, chim- In the meantime I'm goin' on 1

Displaying wealth possessed! region to do what a lot of politi- Cook, 7 :year old Georgia boy: who ney. about. my business as usual. I \ f't '

He's measured by his justice; right, cians have been a-promisin' us fora was the first guest personally in- Then how would you like to be know there's a lot of bright sun'j'j i
long time-that is to lead us out vited by Roosevelt to attend the in- .
His fairness at his play, Mr. Roosevelt? Nobody ever stepped shine hidin' behind the clouds. A

His squareness in all dealings made of this slough of depression we auguration. Toby made the trip on into a tougher spot. If you think rainy day don't bother the guy who l

His honest upright way. had drifted in.:, I'm for :you Frank. his pet, pony. Mrs., W.:. F. Cross, of you're gettin' a bad break, imagine has somethin' to do.I 1

These are his measures, ever near Things are goin' to turn out all Miami, who is largely credited with bein' in his shoes right now. don't care what we use in this

To serve him when they can; right, don't you worry, you just set diverting the bullets directed at the But he stepped into the ring with country for money. It may be

For man's no bigger than the way up there and hold them congress- president-elect by' :the assasin, Zan- his jaw set and! fist doubled up script, certificates, collar buttons or ,

He treats his fellow man. uon's feet to the fire and Tieback gara, was also present at the ina u- and if you don't think he intends to wampum, the only thing that inter-

-Exchange. here are sticking to you. guration. be President, you got another guess ests me is gettin' people to use it

-010- And another thing. Don't let all John Nance Garner, vicepresident coming. Well, if you ask me, it's as often as possible. -

Money, money, gold and silver! the loose talkin' get you rattled. who bade farewell to the houseof time somebody started crackin' the If we reorganize our banks and
Just sit down and realize that the ...-
-OJO- representatives over which he has whip. replace a lot of vice-presidents with

March certainly; came in like a birds what's making the loudest presided for the past four years, All you and me have to do right some first-class circulation managers "

.Hon..na. y.HowlIt hollering is birds like me whatain't wiped tears from his eyes as he now is play the game and give we'll get somewhere. Well, I'm "'

got nothing and they are justa bade his colleagues farewell. Franklin a chance to do his stuff.If one little guy who is content to "
-010- looking around to find someone
Mrs. Roosevelt is proving a pre- we all stand back of him, and "bank" on M>. Roosevelt. Here,
doesn't of to blame for their sorriness. The
require a grain I .
cedent shatterer, also. She receivesher make him feel we're back of him, boy! bring me one of those deposit -.'.
sense to sow wild oats. real folks what has or what-
tea guests at the door and wel- he'll come pretty near untanglinb'lfishes slips. .
ever we're going to use are backingyou
-010- comes them, and walks to the door
and we'd like for you to giveus
Little Junior's pig-bank is now a I
the authority to shut up some of Infor-mality and blessed and brake them. Jordan enters the lake. ';
popular piece of familfurnature..
the hollering. I and gave them to the disciples who "And he said unto them, Come ye
with the simple dignity which both
-010- Before you get disgusted with the gave to the people, who were filled, yourselves apart into a desert place,
she and the president love, will be
In case you've forgot, China i and "dear people" look around and you verses 41-42; and rest awhile; for there were
the rule at the White House.
Japan are still having their trouble. will see that this country what you (10) They took up twelve bas- many coming and going, and they \
The inaugural ball was the first
-010- I are a headin' has got plenty of re kets full of fragments of food that !had no leisure so much as to eat. <*j r.
since 1909
when William H. Taft
After taking cue of these lukewarm sources. We got plenty of men and was inaugurated into the presidency. i was left, verse 43; And they departed into a desert

, baths we have decided Luke we can produce the things what the Woodrow Wilson, the next president, I (11) 5,000 men were fed, verse place by ship privately" \0.

ain't so hot. rest of ''the world needs. The only did not believe in inaugural balls 14, besides the women and children, When the apostles and Jesus' '
thing about it is that we have all I Matt. 14:21.In came to the place where they In-
-010- and the precedent set 'by him had
got to realize that we are up againsta the third year of Jesus'. minis- tended to rest the people were already .
"Cash is King" the signs used to been followed since. Proceeds of II
tough proposition and we havegot try he returned to his native townof assembled. # -D-- -. <
read. They ought to make Casha the ball are given to charity. "
to live accordingly. The people Nazareth and preached in their "And Jesus, when he came outV..v '
full fledged dictator. -
will look to you as a great man synagogue, but the people rejected saw much people, and he began to

-010- when this flurry is over, and I know 'him, saying, "is this not the carpen- teach them many things. And when '(
'unba ,
A west Florida newspaper adver- you'll make us a great president; tbooIEeS5Cn I ter-and they: were offended at the day was now far spent, his disciples -

tises "Corn, 15 cents per pint." Is You start off kind of like my old him."-"And he could do no mighty : came unto him, and said,

that depression prices or does it friend, Woodrow Wilson. You remember works there" because of their unbe-i This is a desert place, and now the +d'.

mean seed, corn? him, don't you? I lief. It is the same now. Only i I time is far passed; Send them away, ..f., ".

-OJO- I was mighty proud to see all of to those who have faith in Christ that they may buy themselves bread "
When a ,man gets up on a cold them pictures of you in the papers.I FOR :MARCH: 12, 1933 will he appear as an advocate ,and!'for they have nothing to eat. He ". .
night to see if his wife actually got a big clippin' of all of them Savior. 'answered and said unto them, Give

heard a burglar, he has the courageof and all the write-ups about your inauguration Subject: Jesus ministering to "And he called unto him the ye them to eat. And theysaid un- .

her convictions. I'm saving. When I I the Multitude. twelve, and began to send them to him Shall we' go and buy two '::

OO come up to Washington. I'll bring Golden Text: "The son of man J forth by two and two; and gave hundred pennyworth of bread, and :,.: .
| --;r the lot along and let you see how came not to be ministered unto, but i them power over unclean spirits; i give them to eat?" '
Ten years from now, this will be to minister and give his life a ransom -' : .J
you: looked to Us down here. and commanded them that they No man lacks opportunity to do .
referred to the "panic of1933 I
as Well, I'll close for this time. for many. Matt. 20:28. should take nothing for their journey good while he walks and talks with
and yet we are all living and doingat So long. I started to "don't Lesson Text: Mark 6:1-56. I' staff Let ourselves 'A
say save a only; no scrip, no men. us keep asking
least fairly well. take no wooden nickle but remembering OUTLINE OF LESSON 'bread, no money in their purse-; constantly, "How can I help the -1 i!

-OJO- out in Tonino Washington (1) Jesus rejected by the people'I And they went out, and preachedthat people I meet?" ,i

Over in Father Finnegan's native they issued wooden money, it of his home, Mark 6:1-6; men should repent." "Two hundred pennyworth" j

country, a mixture of orange and wouldn't be such a joke (Ha Ha) (2) Jesus sends out his twelve It was at the close of that journey -I about $34.00 then, but about $200 1

green Is likely to make black and so don't take in anything you can't apostles to preach, verses 7:13; that the apostles returned to Jesus now. t i I

blue.-Especially about St. Patrick's !pass off on the other fellow. Give (3) John the Baptist arrested at Capernaum, and he took themto "He saith unto them, How many .tffll. \

day. to the Mrs. and afterward beheaded by King to rest town loaves have ? and And ''; '':
my regards and the a place near a called ye go see. f: ':., I

-OJO-' kiddies, and write us a line when Herod, verses 14:29; Bethsadia, near where the river (Continued on page 3)
(4) The apostles return from t
Miami gets a little too ambitious, you get everything all straightenedout. r
their journey and report'' to Jesus,
when they announce they are goingto
who takes them to a desert place to \ I
pay the $10 plus five percent ED. 1A \
contrary to treasury orders. But \ P.S.: Not having the three cents, I rest; on the northeast coast of lake 4 j '

that's Miami. this letter was never mailed. Galilee, verses 30:33; .
(5) It was the spring: of the

-010- I fear and the roads were crowded .

Ain't It awful. Just when we hada Outrageous Tag Price with> people going to the Passover

job all mapped out to print some Feast at Jerusalem, John 6:4;

scrip, the banking situation un- The crowd to the Clewiston Golf 1
The present time, with license (6) came place :
laxed. Now I
we got no scrip and
t. tags so much in discussion, brings where Jesus had gone to rest, and course--J.

no money. an interesting incident which hap- he talked with them till afternoon,
-OJO- I pened recently when a California when Jesus told his disciples to buy ,

This week's best: If monetary driver of a Packard car car stoppedon bread to feed the multitude, verses
conditions get much worse the U. S.won't 34:37 ,
his way into the state and pur- ; ) openr "
be able to finance Europe'snext chased a tag. (7) Search was made for bread 1

war.-St. Petersburg Inde- As he planked down the '$37.50for and they found five small loaves ,

pendent. the little piece of tin, someone and two small fish, which they reported Iltothell <.' 1

-OJO: asked him if it were not a change to Jesus, verse 38; .

Having heard that there was from his native state where the tag (8) Jesus' commanded all to sit I JX.kAj! IT. :

money in chickens and eggs, we he was replacing had cost him $3. down on the green grass in companies ;
spent the entire morning killing Going deeper into his purse, he which the people did, verses :7": I

chickens and cracking eggs, but so answered the question by exhibit- 39:40; : t .

far haven't been ablo to find a dime. ing the ad valorem tax receipt (9) Jesus took the loaves and .' .t.

.-OJO- which he had paid the previousyear Moderate Green Fees -

St. Augustine Record-the childis upon his car. It amounted to added to their tag prices, Florida J

hauled to school in a bus paid for $61.00, which coupled with the $3 stands third from the head of the .

and operated by tax money; his text I California plate, made his total list as being the most lenient upon Exceptional FairwaysInteresting fta, ',1
books in part charge to operate a Packard
are bought by the automobile pleasure car owners.

i tax payers; in some instances his $64.00. By purchasing a The Florida manner of taxing automobiles GreensThe i
lunches are provided Florida tag at the "outrageous"prices
by charity is, in reality, one of the
organizations: ; his play is directed asked, he saved the difference best in the nation, for the entire I

by a recreational instructor paid between $64.00 and $37.50, and he amount is collected at the tag sale

with tax money; he is taught to play smiled as he left the office. and there is no opportunity for sly Most Popular Recreation '!
foot ball by a publicly paid coach Local drivers should rememberthat
persons to avoid paying the advalorem -
and by the'time he gets out of 'high when they pay for a tag, they tax, as is done in some of the Center in Cicwiston

school he thinks that the state pay all of the tax assessed their au other states, and with the possibility:

owes him a Job as inspector of eggs, tomobile. We are informed by a reliable that: added burden be placed upontale

gasoline, tags or something at Tal- source that when the ad valo more honest class.-Clermont -r- --
lahaesee.: ; '. f. ,
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FRIDAY, MAROT. ,. .LV.Ill '1.! .. THE CLEWISTOX XKWS PAGE. ...........13I3

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Mr.' and Mrs. M. ,H. Crouch andR. PLAY TIlE GAME THE WORLD MOVES FAST! \! day, received the president's terse
H. Crouch returned to Clowiston -- but epoch-making message and
; l Personal Mention I Tuesday from Dawson, Georgia We sit in the game men call life Since the last issue o' vfckiy papers speedily enacted the laws requested.
where they were called on accountof And fate is the dealer there; there has been a swiftly mov- The bill which received Roo evelt's
the death of Mr. Crouch's father And oft with a feling of anger rife i'lkj series of events of national im- i signature last night, less than 12
C. V. Parkinson spent Monday in who died suddenly Sunday morning. We call the game unfair. 1-ortance. ]I horns aft.r Congress convened, gave
Tampa on business. There are limes when Luck seems Closing of federal reserve banks the president control of the banksof
SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON only to frown, ;under moratorium forced the bank'' the nation with power to open
F. L. Hudson of Orlando, spent Whenever we lead or dare .holiday upon such states as had sound banks at once and to reorganize -
\ the week here on business. (Continued from page 2) And we're ready to throw our cards : previously withstood the emergency.!i those institutions needing
;, : when they knew, they say, Five and all down I Franklin D. RocrovcU was inaugurated reorganization. Extension of the
J. H. Jones of Fort Myers was two fishes." And finish the game right there!' the 32nd; president of the;I nation's currency and protection of
here on business Monday.H. The, loaves were about six inches United States. its gold reserve were also provided.
'l In diameter, and one inch thick Yet that is*\, the time we must play I I A federal proclamation placed all'I if I f
C. Brown of Tampa spent Sun made of barley, and were the food the game, banks: in the U. S. under a tempo-' A press dispatch reports this
day here on business. of the poor people. And play it strong and straight; rary moratorium to protect the gold strange sat of coincidences: HarryC.
-- "And they sat down in ranks, by For, the turn will come; and what a reserve and to make uniform the Kline, of Wilmette 111., recehtly
Wallace Sansbury, of Ft. ,Myers, hundreds, and by fifties. And when I shameIf financial status of 'all banking insti- happened to meet Harry C. Kline, of
wes in Clewiston on business Wednesday he had taken, the five loaves and the we hadn't the nerve to wait! tutions.A WaloKiown, N. Y., and they discovered -
two fishes, he looked up to heaven, We must play the game with the I sepcial session of Congress was that they looked alike, that
and blessed, and brake the loaves i cards we hold I called by President Roosevelt Sun- each has a son named Harry Kline,
Mrs. Ray Morrison of Moore Haven divided he among thm all. And I No matter what Fate may deal; day afternoon.. jr., and each ras: a daughter named
was shopping In Clewiston Wed and gave them to his ,disciples, to i We must play with a smile and 'a I Mayor Anton J.- Cermack died Ruth; each has a brother namedC.
nesday. set before them; and the two fishes manner bold, early Monday morning leaving E., and each is a member of his
thus did all eat and were filled." No matter how down we feel! 'Chicago ruled by a "triumvirate" home town council. They are nQt

Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Harz, of Orlando This miracle appears to be the J I which he appointed to rule in his related, so far as they know-
"r,' were guests of the ClewistonInn only one recorded by all the four 'Ve.must. play the game?as best we absence. The "triumviate"" are
Tuesday night., apostles. After the people had eat- know, Corporation Counsel W. H. Sexton, Included in Franklin D., Roose
en th apostles "took up twelve baskets Though the deal be..fair or ill; Comptroller M. S. Simczak and velt's cabinet is an Independent Republican -

C. H. Kirtland, of West Palm full of, the fragments, (of bread) We must play though 'the( stake be Alderman Henry Sounesnscheij. Henry A. Wallace, secretary
Beach spent a few',days of this weekin and of,: the: fishes." high or low Plans for a special election are being of agriculture and a former
Clewiston on business. About this time the people soughtto For the turn must come-and will. made. Republican, William Woodin, the
-- make Jesus their king but he For it's only a test when Luck re- Roosevelt asks H. S. Cummings, I financier who has been named secretary -
H. T. Schoon, of Vicksburg, Miss., sent the disciples away, dispersedthe tardsA who was appointed Governor General -I I of the treasury. -
was among the out-of-town visitors assembled people' and he went player's winning spell. of the Phillipines to serve as I
hero on business this week. into a mountain alone, John 6:15. The secret of life's not holding good Attorney General for the time being.A I The trouboulojs times considered -
--- Then many of his"followers deserted cards governors conference was held ; there is good reason to believe
'!\:\ Mrs. D. Lamer returned to Clew- him and his persecution increased. But in playing a poor hand well! in Washington by President Roose- that it would have been wiser had
f iston last week from an extended velt and governors of a large number Roosevelt named I. B. Damn for his
visit in New Orleans. One who would follow Christ The repeal, of ,the 18th amen -I of states to discuss: banking secretary of war, Instead of the
cannot depend on public opinion for ment news was at last crowded off I tax relief and unemployment. I mild-monikered George H. Den
Mrs. E. S. Lee; and daughter Louise approval. the front page. Congress convened at noon yestei- I says the Palatka Daily News.
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of Covington Ky., were recent .L
visitors in Clewiston.R. .

E. Kurtz Fort Myers attorney, ., .

was here,, Thursday to transact bus- I .. ,' \ .. .-

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Mrs. F. K. Foster, of ,Fort Myers '' '" :. -.: oJ ::"\t.: :: ..,
t' is spending the week at the Clew- ,,, ..\....'. ", '
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W. Clark of Tampa : "
was among ".J :--,. .." ,
the out, of town business men here ,
Thursday night. -, .';':' '. .
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Mrs. H. J. B. Scharnberg is spend-
ing a few days in New York City r .
visiting her son

Mr. and Mrs. Keathley Bowden
1' and son of Moore Haven were visitors -
here Tuesday afternoon.F. .

RL Maxwell and daughter, Mary
., Bush and Glen Etherton were visitors .
' in Miami Sunday. :'' r,

ti: 1\ T. M. Garrett, of Miami and Ed': :' ,, .;.: ',;::',
.Heimburger, of Fort Lauderdale,
,,, ') .were business visitors here Mtonday.' -' : ..

., > ill E WORLD'S LOWEST- PRiCIi.IJ.e.,' .. '. '
Mr. and Mrs. T. V. Watson, of ,<";", ";" '. \
West Palm Beach, former Clewiston
residents, were here visiting friends


Mrs. W. K. Barker of Sanford,
left Friday for her home after a
short visit here with her sister, Miss

and Mrs. W. M. Redelsheimerand
son Billy spent Saturday in
West Palm Beach where Mr., Redel- : ',. r

: sheimer, went on business. ".' .

'j' Floyd Ellis, F. E. Starnes and Miss it ; ,
Winifred Wintle of Fort Myers were ,; ;:; .
here Sunday afternoon visiting Miss ,, ,.' A.-.
e' Eleanor Wintle.R .. "' .'

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Jack and Hershel House, of Sarasota ",:k, ,..,-j, :!
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were guests of Mr. and Mrs. :.,: COUPE ,
C. L. Downs Saturday afternoon i

., Another great new line of cars from, the $445 mission has an easy, clashless shift and aj
C. Nelson, of the Jacksonville office '
),g of the U. S. Engineers arrivedin leader! Tomorrow, Chevrolet introduces, silent second gear. The engine is a smooth,

43k Clewiston Tuesday night for a as an addition to its present Master Six, fast, responsive six. And Chevrolet engineers 1
-, few days in Clewiston on business
the new Standard Six line. Big, full-size, COACH have made economy an outstanding feature!

C. E. Minor spent Saturday after- full-length automobiles. Built to Chevrolet Engineering tests show that the Standard'
noon in LaBelle where he went to ,
' attend a meeting ; of the HeHdry ,standards of quality performance $455 Six goes more miles on a gallon of gas, more

,' '- county school board, of which he dependability and economy. And selling on a filling of oil, than will any other full-size
, is a member.
at the lowest prices ever placed on six- car on the road. As for reliability-remember -:
C 0 U P E
?; Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Jones of cylinder enclosed motor cars. it's a Chevrolet
Bristol, Tenn., owners of the General with rumble seat.

' Shelton hotel of that city, spent The styling is modern, aer-stream styling Introduction of this new Standard Six opens
Tuesday night at the Clewiston Inn
on' a tour of Florida. .. .- ultra-smart and up-to-the-minute. The $475 the way for new thousands of people to enjoy

".'f:; bodies are Fisher wood-and-steel bodies- the advantages of Chevrolet quality. It gives
W. W. Hooks, William Hooks, and
Neil Williamson were visitors in Ft. ,spacious, tastefully finished-and featuring All priftt /. o. ". Flint. '''Mick. the public, for the first time, a full-size auto.:.

-: Myers yesterday, where they went -. ;t Kisher No Draft Ventilation. The windshields Special erfdprictiandtatyQ.M.A.C.termt.Chevrolet equipment txtra. Low tklit'.1. e combining maximum quality and'
with William who is trying out for ; Co.. Detroit,
the Philadelphia Athletics. : have safety plate glass. The trans- Motor Wdmaximum all-round economy. ,

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%g ..... Mrs. J. S. Willlngham Miss Hazel
\i McAuley and Mrs Walter Jenkins
'f- of Moore Haven, spent Friday herewith c'f' CHEVROLET STANDARD SIX
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I Mrs. Roy Alston. Mrs. Alston
'; returned with them to spend the / A GENERAL MOTORS VALUE
, week end in Moore Haven.
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r Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Fontain were
called to Tampa Sunday on :accountof -'
the apparent serious illness of
their son Bobby. Mr. Fontain re-

turned Monday with the assurancj .;,i
that his son JB getting along ntcelyi .
S ;4 r i !pro\ taln remained, r CLEWISTON, FLORIDA

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'" would be highly profitable, de-
scale College Will Admit
clares Miss Farabee, for the cost of TI J mrrnm IHIIIIIIIIIII II __ IIIIli1TJTll11WjIS:>!IIIIIIIIIIlIII mmnrn '
fil des Short Term
RerlUesf growing the delicious fruit is extremely r
low. Once planted, the
pineapple requires a minimum of Gainesville, M GAs an emer- I CLEWISTON AIRY'

At care and are ready for market after!gency measure, President John J. ,;

:.r .. Pineapples 12 to 18 months. They usually ma-I Tigert of the University of Florida ,1-
ture at a season when other farm today said the university would ad-
and trucking crops are not being'mit students recommended by prinI MILK j
"Chicago Show harvested and its cash returns wouldbe I cipals of high schools which close : : -

: all the more welcome to the I with less than an eight month

needy farmer.On term.
t&'Y' ,
half an acre this year, Miss "Our appropriations will likely be Our Asset (
:.MISS JANE FARABEE ASKEDTO Farabee planted 3,000 plants, used j greatly reduced," Dr. Tigert said: in : Biggest : \> i'i'
PREPARE EXHIBIT $12.50 worth of fertilizer and clear-1 amplifying his statement, "and we '
FOR WORLD FAIR ed 9650. An, additional half acre Ican, not provide any sub-collogiate THE KIDDIES I :
.. has been planted by this woman I work in regular session. We might I : 4

Miss Jane Farabee, of Tasmania, farmer, who has orders for all the I be able to provide some caoching i= Be sure' they have plenty of good whole- 1
probably will be the only Glades plants she can produce for two 'for high school students in Summer .
county citizen honored with the request years.-Moore Haven Democrat. session." ,some food .. a quart of GRADE A raw : {

to prepare an exhibit for the Dr. Tigert's: statement was made j milk each day will work wonders.If \
Century of Progress in Chicago. 15 Star Cast In Lead following a querry from Florence 1\\
Miss Farabee will give 150 pineap- I.. Hughes, president of the Duval i \

ple plants to be used in presenting Roles of Giant DramaThe county Educational association. your child'does not like raw milk, try'f
Florida's agricultural resources to
the millions who will visit the sec- greatest number of stars Marine Corps Is Open our. CHOCOLATE MILK

ond Chicago World's Fair. ever cast together in a single picture 'For EnlistmentsFor \ .
Louis Alsmeyer, county agent of play in "If I Had A Million," dra- Good for Grown-ups!
Highlands, will prepare the exhibit ma centering around an eccentric _
i for Miss: Farabee, whose pineapples millionaire who distributes his for- the first time since last fall

won two blue ribbons at the South tune among nine persons, whose or-iginal I-
Florida Hair in Tampa, and also won names he picked at random from the ( I
.{f awards at the Venus communityfair city directory. The picture comes to :has been resumed according to an -
held on February 24th. the Everglades Theatre Sunday announcment! made by Major E. M. GLEWISTON DAIRY CO. '
Miss Farabee is 'an enthusiastic.' M nday and Tuesday. I Reno, officer in charge, Marine Corp
and expert pineapple grower, who Fifteen movies players of starring I Recruiting Station, at Post Office
has found the soil at Tasmania per- rank have roles in the picture, one ;Building, Savannah, Ga. Telephone 333 I
fectly adapted for pineapples. Her' of the most ambitious undertakingsever I During the lull in recruiting a HEALTH"1'' 1 1I
fruit has a sweetness and flavor to come out of Hollywood.. The i number of vacancies in the Corps I "DRINK MILK FOR J
that is rarely found and has attracted have occured and the Savannah dis- -
stars are: I .
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favorable comment wherever it Gary Cooper, George Raft, Wynne ;trict which compreses the states of :
has been displayed.Miss Gibson, Charles Laughlin, '''Jack, Oa- ,Virginia, North ,and South Carolina, .wMilllllii II1IIIllIIIIIiilgIIIOI!"" { Iilllllll! IIII"'IIIIII"' mwIjlllWililUllJlillllufuruJI!! ;: [ :

Farabee has pioneered in de, Frances Dee, Charlie Ruggles, Florida, and the eastern part of
the pineapple industry in her section Alison Skipworth, W. C. Fields, May Georgia has been assigned a limited ., Lami i
; and her success should lead: Robson, Mary Bolaud, Roscoe Karns number of these vacancies. S. .4
others to follow her example. She Gene Raymond, Lucien Littlefield, I Young men in this vicinity between t
is anxious that the production be and Richard Bennett. the ages of 18 and 30 who are !
increased and would like to see car- Bennett plays the role of the mil- at least 68 inches in height and
lot shipments of pineapples- from lionaire. His benefactors are 'Gary ,have completed high school; who de- NEW MANAGEMENT 1

this county. Production on such a Cooper, a rowdy marine, Miss Gib-:;sire service' in the Marine Corps .I
son, a lady of dubious reputation, should apply' or write to the above \
--- Raft, a forger, Raymond, convicted address.
murderer only a few hours from the I I We have just assumed management of f

@1Y""VV-1i1 electric chair, Laughton, underdog I NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR the Watanabe House, and we are here to l
in an office, Ruggles, clerk in a china TAX, DEED
shop; Miss Skipworth, an ancient <- serve you, giving you better service than 1
vaudeville actress and Miss Robson, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
; : We have clean comfortable
Everglades ever. good f
living in a, home for the aged. that Bessie Schuck, holder of part ,
Theatre of Tax certificate,No. 1042 dated the rooms, and of course, excellent food.Give :
KEEP DISTRIBUTION OF: GAS 7th day of July, A. D. 1930, has filed i
BELLE GLADE I TAX AS IS SAYS COMMISSION: I said certificate in my office and Us a Trial and Remember.Us To Your Friends 1
I made application for tax deed to issue t
(Continued from page 1) I thereon in accordance with law. :
FRIDAY-SATURDAY make any change in the 1931 allocation I Said certificate embraces the follow-

act (the present law) that ing described property situated in WATANABE HOUSE \

James I I the change would be appealed to Hendry County, Florida, to-wit:
Cagney the state supreme court, and whether -J Lots 12-13, Block 412, Clewiston. Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Maxwell, Proprietors (
the law proved to be of said ,
Is Back Again InJames new was I The assessment property
I unconstitutional or not, the funds under the said certificate issued was

the counties are getting from this ,in the name of A. J. Wilder. :

HARD to Ii ANDlE I source of revenue would be held in i Unless said_ certificate shall be \
abeyance for some time until the redeemed according t olaw, tax deed ,1'i
IJ-- sn QAiII! matter could be settled will issue. thereon on, the 10th day

Cagney is a lightning Burcbird ,is sounding out public of April, A. D. 1933. i

speed press agent, fast with I I opinion on this qustion before going Dated this 10th day of March, A. 1
his words and faster with his to Tallahassee to the first meet- D. 1933.

kisses. Mary Brian, blonde 'I ing'of the legislature in April. Al- WILLIAM T. HULL,
for the first time, and ever so most without exception Hendry (Seal) Clerk Circuit Court,
cute, is the girl. II county people think the present distribution Hendry County,. Florida. I Day4oEDayIIessWe i j jYi

I) changes. should. remain. with no Mar. 10-17-24-31, Apr. 7. jj

I Senator Arthur Gomez, of the FINANCIAL STATEMENTof
Sunday Monday Tuesday 21th senatorial district, comprising j
i Hendry, Lee, Collier and Monroe
Today! Million:: Apiece! the maintenance funds of the
lose perspective because of complete absorption
counties, will probably work for the !:fi i
Yesterday. Just People-E\cw aw as it now stands, since each of BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION I-5 in events of the moment. We look and think in terms

As You And I he counties in his ,district are materially of Hendry CountyAs of' today, letting tomorrow take care of :itself. Most ffi!: ,;
affected by the law and : of did not know could
of March First. u=: us or not tell when prices were a..e l
U Had
how considerable gain in revenue too high, and we are equally! reluctant to speak out ;; :

derived from this source. Available, Assets, i) forcefully now when prices are much too low. !:.fifi
A MillionI' At the commissioners meeting
Cash on hand and anticipated .
Tuesday the board authorized the collections: !fi The real lesson to be learned is that in times like !fi '4R'LC
cancellation of $29,000 In county <.
I' Cash on hand .................. 448.00 these prices are no criterion of values. The stock market !fi P
bonds, which had been purchased, : :
3ary! Cooper George Raft 75 of 'uncollected is an auction block which
the perct. upon every listed stock
for the most part through State y;
I Wynne Gibson Frances Dee Board of Administration, from funds 1932 tax roll ................, 10,908.00 Ji ,is being offered'every minute of the business day for Y1
Balance from state .......... 4,445.00 !
Jack Oakie May Robson derived from the gasoline tax. ;; whatever it may bring. Owners of stocks and bonds ;n
All other sources ............ 1,300.00 should remember that !
W. C. Fields :Mary Boland a daily forced auction sale of : ::
Roscoe Karns: Gene Raymond WILL HALT RELIEF WORK 'IF !::fi a depression-mad world dumping its holdings on the 9; '
Total current assets$17,101.00
Charles Laughton FUNDS NOT RAISED !:fi market does not reflect the actual value of the securi-j!

Liabilities y; ties. Nothing brings what it should bring at auction !Ii
Allison Skipworth (Continued from page 1) Unpaid salaries .--.............$ 5,531.00 and the "day-to-dayness" attitude of'' the investing'pub- :
Lucien Littlefield carry: on the work. After much discussion Unpaid bills ..._................ 1,249.00 y; will '
lie never restore secuities to their value.
I Richard Bennett I it) was voted to pay this sum Time warrants ................. 2000.00 y: i proper Y1Y .
I although some question was raisedas Int. on time warrants...... 40.00 ; Y; "
I Real estate owners always resent
any one quoting
to whether or not there were not Amount required to finish
ai Wednesday Thursday II :sufficient civic organizations in that eight months school.. 9,100.00 Ij! auction prices on real estate as a criterion of value, y; j
,' I part of the county which would taken J5 yet many people are taking force sale prices as a basis !fj: )

I They Couldn't Bur His Silence I i the distribution; of the funds asa Total current Liab. ........--$17,920.00The !:Ii for values. Real estate has been hit, with this hysteria Y1 I

For A Million Dollars I civic enterprise. A request will above statement is correct to !:Ii of the American people but a saner public will restore j :'

i probably be made to the Woman's the best of my knowledge and belief.E. 14_ real estate and restore it rapidly. Your real estate is ';:
fShe Club of LaBelle or someother organization L. STALLINGS, always worth proportionately to the community in which !: .Jn
to carry out this work and and ; it is located and good city will !
County Superintendent a always maintain a high /
'BiliiQD I expense.elieve the county of this item of Secretary to Board. !:Ii real estate level. !:fi -:

At a recent discussion, J. S. Hus- j
Dollar I The security behind every dollar invested in BuildL .
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sinson, state chairman, and former KIKE UKPAIITMENT IMPROVEMENT! : :
Scaridal : secretary to Doyle Carlton, de fin it- -. ing and Loan stock is real estate first mortgages on improved !:: j >4,
21, 1933
sly stated that Clewiston. Florida Feb. city property. ,
no part of the funds '
Sealed proposals will be received by !fi h'i
: provided for emergency relief couldbe City Commission of the City of Clew- '
-With- in of iston. Florida at the City Hall until
used payment Incurred -
expenss 5-00: P. M. Monday, April 3. 1933. for
u Irving Pichel Olga Baclanova' I I in its distribution, nor could any furnishing all material and fire fight- !:Ii ';U jfi
part I of the funds be used for Ingequipment" necessary for the reduc-
\ :TYank: Morgan James Glcason purchase tion of fire insurance rating from Clewiston Home I
.. of material, nor for rent of fourth class to second class for all
Constance Cummings equipment. Each dollar paid out properties In the City of Clewlston
within 400 feet of a ounal or within 'rI
Robt'; ArmstrongMatinva bust be paid for labor and for labor 500 feet of a fire hydrant Separate !:Fi

I alor.e.It was suggested by CommissionerDave and proposals The for right re-conditioned may Is reserved be submitted equipment to reject for new any Building Association y

G. Alston, of Clowiston, that or all bids and to waive formalitiesand I I ,1
to accept any bide that the Interest -
Sunday:from":p, in. II the five commissioners donate $5.00 of the City of Clewiston may
each from their salary as county require., '
f commissioner to canj on the work Commissioner li. Y.of PATTERSON Public Works y; !fi
1fi1 until some other arrangement could City of Clewiston, Florida.. $ $ ;;'
be M. W. BIGG City Clerk
made. Feb, 21, Jlarch 3-JO-17-21.