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 17, 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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Crowded House Greets First HOME ENTERTAIN ECONOMICS SCHOOL CLASS BOARD TO Clewis ton B nk Among

tt1 Coimnunitv Players Production tain Clewiston The members,Home High Economics of the School Hendry Class will County of enter-the First toHave Ban lifted

tJ IIIIt School Board here at "an old family
style dinner" ,at the Home Economics -


members last week, askeng them to EARLY THIS WEEK

RAIDFederal set a date 'for the entertainment.The SLATED IN APRIL

crowded house greeted the first members of the board, together -
With the lid partially lifted on
of the Comunity Players
production with the superintendent, acceptedand

here Tuesday night and thundered prohibition officers, in set the date. The class is under Announcement of the date of the banking throughout the nation Mon-

its applause to the perfectly cast swooping down on western Palm day by a decree of President Roose-
the supervision of Mrs. Eunice ,F. next production of the Ham Club
group of characters.The Beach county and the eastern partof Gay. ,: was made this week, by Ed Butler, velt, the First Bank of Clewiston

production, "The Suicide Spec- Hendry county Saturday raideda president of the organization., The began doing, what Elbert L. Stewart

ialist said to be one of the store in Harlem cashier, called "a. normal banking
: was grocery negro next show to be produced by this "
best dramatic entertainments ever section of Clewiston, and arrested business. Business in all lines was
local dramatic club will be "Finger-
Clewiston stage. The INDICATIONS ARE carried on without' impairment as
presented on a Angelina White, Thurston Hilton, prints," slated for April 10 or 11.
play was well written, well directed, and a negro known as "Sears Red." the local bank's authority permitted -
well cast and well' produced. Each The play is to be a 3-act farce and the banking situation was
They were taken to the Palm Beach
actor showing careful study and pre- county jail. 'Earlier in the week FOR FULL TERMIN comedy with the scenes, laid on a only one of watchful waiting for the
western 'dude ranch. It will be directed -
paration for the part he was to rep- they; had arrested two other negroesin lifting of state restrictions' on the
by Mrs. G. O. Wallace, who local institution.
banking -The ter-
resent. the Bare
Beach section east of
HIGH SCHOOLSTWO the founder of"the: Ham Clubin
Although the production did not I Clewiston. I II was ritory served by the Clewiston bank

net sufficient funds to show an act- Prohibition officers laid in wait at Clewiston.The continued to do business along nor-

ual profit from the first appearanceof moonshine still located about rehearsals for the play have mal lines, and deposits in the bank
a a
) of the Community Players, when it I mile south of Harlem Saturday morning SATURDAY AFTERNOON already been started, and Mr. But-' here mounted by a considerable extent -

.. is considered that the sets, which and when Larry Dorch, negro; : INS LaBELL.13 : ler says it will be one of the best during the first few days of

will be used from time to time in I I arrived in the morning -and, began I shows ever staged by the Ham club. the week, Mr. Stewart said.

the production of other dramaticshere The bank operated the first three
I wood for The Cast
cutting apparently That the Clewiston High School
are durable, and that most of days of the week under slight restrictions -
ing a fire under the gasoline drum Jimmy Lee, Gratton George
the LaBelle High School would
the of producing similar '
expenses placed all state banksby
: on
still, nabbed him. He, too, was Paulette Whitney, Eunice ':Meredith
shows in the future have been met, I operate on nine months terms and the comptroller. The Clewiston
taken to the Palm Beach
county Mrs. Whitney Sr., Clara SchillerR.
the proceeds of the showing were en all grammar schools of the, county bank wired the comptroller Saturdayfor
Whitney Jr., A. W. Sias
tirely satisfactory to the committee Jail.In permission to its functionsin
the Harlem arrests, officers would close at the end of the eighth Ned Thorndyke, Smiliey Drowning open
heads of the organization.To .
full The
i force Monday. permis
said 'they found the negress and Pamina Thorndike Roberta
say that any member of the month, was unofficially decided Sat- George sion Thurs-
was granted officially *
"Sears Red" behind the counter in
Jewel Lowe
cast starred would be an injustice to i urday at a conference of two mem- Mignonne, day morning after Governor Sholtz
which the liquor was kept and that
Porcelein Louise
I Waldron
' the other members, each of whom bers of the county school board and ''had lifted his moratorium orders,
when the raid the
: they Hosiah Hawks, Ed. Butler
stood out in his part. I and turned the situation over to thecomptroller's
: Thurston Hilton, be- the county superintendent meetingin
young negro Amelia Thorndike, Mary OglesbyAs ; .
Phil. Peterson, playing the ,lead
: hands. The local bank
the superintendent's office. A. G.
destroying the liquor.
gan a feature between acts, Roy
: role of doctor whose ideas
a young I was one of the first to' return to its
Carr the board member from Felda
of medicine and psychology combined -i Alston will give a few vocal num-
I was the only absent member. I normal banking business. >
to relieve the mental sufferings bers.
''' DATES ANNOUNCEDFOR Principals Langford, and Jones, of Citizens Coperato -
among a group of seven despondents, ,

\.. ,' played his part ''with a professional I Clewiston and LaBelle respectively, With" the bans entirely lifted there

:X :' touch and he carried the heavy 'GLADES FAIR and Representative Everette Bur- SHOLTZ DECLARES was no depositor in the institutionto
chard were also present and took
1 role asigned to him with credit. call for his full deposit.
prominent parts in the discussion.The .
The part of the young nurse, the i Officials of the Clewiston bank?

doctor's able assistant, whose will- I operation of the ninth month AGAINST LOBBYING expressed their personal appreciationfor
April 5th to 9th inclusive have for the two county High Schools
ing hands and quick' mind helped the : the cooperation shown by local
) j I been set as the! new dates of the All- will mean a curtailment of several
doctor out of many of his predica- citizens during the period of the
Everglades fair to
according an an-
, items
' of operating costs, it was agre-
ments, was ably played by Mrs. Tom nouncement sent from the Pahokee With the session of the 1933 leg- moratorium and for the calmness;
ed but the
necessary lopping off: of
.. Shelley. islature "just around the corner with which they; met the situation.
post of ,the American' Legion, one of expense will not be sufficient to impair ,
The majority of laughs furnished Governor-,-David Sholtz- early this The national regulations' 'against
the of the fair.
sponsors :
... ,, .. the'school work The two
\:, -",were glibs of Irish wit 'dioppingfrom The fair is sponsored by the Amer- week issued a public statement, in hoarding are still in effect, under

the lips of John Miowry, who ican Legion posts of Belle Glade and school principals each reported that which he condemned the practice of the clause providing, "that no bank-

k played the role of Inspector Nolan of I Pahokee, and will be held on the pupils in his school would not be legislative lobbying and requested ing institution shall permit any

',:: the police force'sent' to investigate I grounds of the Bean Festival ati prepared for Advancement ';nor to county, district, and state official:; withdrawal by any person when such

.. the doctor's supposed murderous 1 Pahokee. graduate at the end of the'eighth not to go to Tallahassee for that institution, acting in good faith,
effort month, unless the work could have shall deem that the withdrawal is
. '! venture. I "Every is being exerted, purpose during April and May.
George Schauermann, in antiquated I the announcement says, "to make been pushed upon the pupils with intended for hoarding. Any bank-
knowledge of the mnoth His, statement follows:.
frock tailed coat and with towsel I this event the biggest and most suc- eight term. .__ ing institution, before permittingthe

ed gray hair, played the part of cessful fiesta even held in the Glades In fairness to the 'pupils, they said, "Never before in the history of withdrawal of large or unusual,

;' Prof. Sumner Mansfield, a writer of Numerous exhibits of exceptional the high ,school departments shouldbe the state has there been greater amounts of currency, may require

ancient Grecian but who conducted the ninth month, if need for the highest possible degree such
history, was educational value are now being from the ,person requesting

", at least 1000 years behind the times, prepared by ,different organizations possible. of service on the part of all public withdrawal a full statement under

(Continued on page four) throughout Palm Beach county," the 1933.34 Term DiscussedIn servants. The place where the great- 'oath of the purpose for which the

discussing the possibilities of a est service can be rendered by any i "
announcement continues.The currency is, requested.
short; term for the 1933-34 term official or employe is right on the I
, of the fair to
i sponsors plan
BEARDSLEY MADECORECEIVER have, entertainment for both the old the county superintendent, E. L. job. No real benefits can be, accru- Some Gold Returns

Stallings had prepared a set ,of interesting -' ed from their presence in Tallahassee Although there has been no evidence -
and the young; with games of skill,
figures, which he presentedthe in connection with legislation of large scale' hoarding in this
riding devises and numerous other
FOR items of entertainment. school officials for their con- Legislation is the executive prerogative ;- territory, Mr. Stewart said that approximately -

sideration. The figures showed thata of our senators and representatives $300 in gold or gold cer-

fund of $42,510.00 would, be .need chosen by the people for that tificates had returned to circulationin '

! DRAINAGE AREASCLEWISTON Pairings Listed (or-- ed to conduct the schools next year: purpose., the local bank this week. .A

; Time warrants ............--.... 2000.00' "Accordingly I request such offi- quantity of the old fashioned large-

Handicap Tournament Interest on time warrants. 60.00 cials not to come to Tallahassee sized bills began to make their appearance -

AND DISTON ISLANDIN : Repairs to bldgs ........--..... 750.00 during the forthcoming session of through the local'mer-

t 'RECEIVERSHIP Insurance on bldgs ............ 700.00 the legislature unless summoned byj; i chants during the period of the mor-. .
----- '
Pairings for the first round of Furniture and apparatus .... 250.00 the governor or the legislature. atorium. .

t Upon application of bondholdersthe the Spring golf tournament 'which Transportation ........._-........ 4500.00 Sholt Proclamation
is to announced 'In an exceptional ,case where "
Clewiston Drainage ,District and begin today were Books & classroom suplies 800.00
this week by Lloyd Sparrow, pro they might consider it imperative to The proclamation under which the
the Diston Island Drainage District
Printing and legals _........... 100.00 lifted and the
state moratorium
for the Clewiston course. come to Tallahassee in the exercisesof was
were placed in receivership Thurs- anitors & supplies .. :....... 1750.00.Incidentals
The first round is to be played by -- to the comptrollerwas
official duites it is requested that authority given
day and J. E. Beardsley, of Clewis-
the night of Friday, March 24th. for schools --.. 250.00 I issued late Wednesday, and is .
='b they advise the governor in advancethe
ton and J. M. Couse of Moore' Ha-
Office & ...
An entrance fee of 50 cents has supplies postage.
I 100.00.1 nature of the business requiring as :
ven, were named co-receivers for set to defray' the expense of prizes. Salary of attorney ___......... their here. "Whereas to assist in meeting a

the two districts by Circuit Judge The pairings with the handicapsare Per diem of board ............ 300.00 presence and to protectthe
George W. Whitehurst, under whose as follows: Salary of Superintendent..2400.00Other "While a large majority of the national emergency
of the Stateof
H. R. Hall 16 M. P. Peterson 16 of the financial structure
jurisdiction the receiverships come. ; & .. public officials and employes
Dr. White 14, Tom Shelley 8. purposes excesses 2000.00Salary lobby- Florida, I did, as governor, on
These districts were formed in 1923 state have never indulged in
.... ....
of teachers --- 26,250.00 of March A. D. 1933,
fourth ,
Earl Fontaine 14, Jack Barret 14. the day
and 1925 for the purpose of reclaiming ing at state expense, that there may
F D Duff 15 J J 11. declare five-day
: by proclamation
land in the Everglades. The Dis- be no partiality this appeal is made
Shirley Bowden 16, F M George 19 $ 42,510.00 all state banks of
moratorium on
Island district in to all district and county officials
ton lying Hendryand I I
A L Hackett 20, W C Owen 19. withdrawals during
Glades counties, comprises ap- E E Kelly 18, Dave Alston 21. and similar instructions are being I Ii Florida, limiting

proximately 20,000 acres, much of L 0 Vinson 21, Emmett Shelley 19 flirs. Rich Wins !in i given to every appointive officer and !said moratorium and
i I j the eighth day of
,1 which Herbert of, the state under "Whereas, on
is not under cultivation and Blate 21, J W Moran 25. employe coming

on which taxes have not been paid Father Finnegan 22, H A Desto," 20 First of Tournament the jurisdiction of the governor." I March, A. D. 1933, by proclamationI

in a number of years. The Clewis-I Kit Bowden 22, M W Bigg 24. ordered said moratorium continuedand

ton district however A N Gallant 22, C J Lovvorn 17. extended until same may be removed -
is wholly within -
Homes Rich 29, Ed Butler 27. I I modified and
Hendry county, covering a terri-I B C Flaniken 30, H Laud 30. Mrs. Hoomes Rich, with a,, 60,61, Former Governor "Whereas or financial; conditions have

tory of about 3,000 acres, practi- G Small 30, W' C Prewitt 25. 56, won the, first match iI;!. the ladies
I modification -
to justify a
cally all of which is being utilized.No 'I Charlie Miner 30, J W Ezelle 26. handicap tournament on the Clewis- Investigates WreckDoyle !so improved as ,
of said moratorium:
definite information has been Second Flight ton course Tuesday by defeatingMrs.

: given out by the receivers but it is Pairings for the second flight, F. Deane Duff 4 and 2. Mrs. r I "Now, therefore, I, Dave Sholtz,

; ;. 'believed that some tangible form of which is to be held at the same Duff played an excellent game, end- Carlton, former governor of as governor of the State of Florida,

reorganization will be affected to time as those listed above are an- nig the match with a 50, 46, 49, Florida, who has resumed his law !do hereby declare the moratorium

refund the bond issue of the two nounced by the pro as follows: but she could not overcome the im- practice in Tampa, his uncle,'C. W. by me ordered on the fourth day of
E W Digges 35 C V Parkinson 40. modified as to
districts, and that satisfactory methods proved game Mrs. Rich played in Carlton, and J. D. Lynn, of Fort I Mkrch, A. D. 1933, so
Victor Blate 40, Parker Wilson 40 state bank in the stateof
i:' can be worked out in a short* J Harrington 35, Paul Deam 40. the three rounds. Mrs. Rich, who Myers, spent Tuesday in Clewiston permit any business upon
Florida to resume
time. W M Redelsheimer 34, V H Mc- until after the qualifying round was investigating conditions surrounding licensed the
Both the districts issued the railroad accident here two being thereunto duly
bonds. Carter 31. played, had 'never dropped below an
of the state
to carry out the original work of average game of 65. After the tour- weeks ago, in which Mrs. George R. comptroller the

,the districts, such as digging canals MRS. CLEWIS DIES nament was announced, she has improved Lynn, Jr., and Miss Flora Shanks, and upon such conditions as

and constructnig dikes on the terri- her game by consistent prac- of Fort Myers; were killed. without further proclamation from"

tories. Although some of the re- Mrs. A. C. Clewis, wife of one of tice. The week before playing the The former governor viewed the I comptroller may lawfully impose.

cently matured bonds have been defaulted the founders of Clewiston, died at first match she spent 20 hours on scene of the wreck, the demolished

many of those not due un- her home in Tampa Wednesday, after the course ironing out the faults in automobile and spent a greater partof ATHLETICS TO PLAY

til a later date'' have been retired a lingering illness Mrs. Clewis, her game. Mrs. Duff's game has the day questioning those who I
Athletics 'play
who was in her 63d year, had beenin The Philadelphia;
and the obligations of the districts failing health for more than a been improving during the past few saw the tradgedy. The party ro [the House of David, Monday and the

have been materially reduced since jyear, and her death was not unex- months and this week's play is about turned to Fort, Myers late that af !Newark Internationals Tuesday. The

;, their bond issues. ,pected. jher average game. ternoon. i games will be in Ft. Myers.


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of said Clewiston !
and stockholders
The Clewiston News telephone calls were recorded. Building Material Company, and to !

TOO LATE TO BY While gold hoarders are being all other persons interested: }
Publtiked every Friday in Clewiston, .: ll panned by the United States, Gov- 1. That the plaintiffs"in said cause j
Florida by the CLEWISTON NEWS CLASSIFYWell RUSSELL KAY have filed a petition for a final decree I
Inc. ernor Jimmy Rolph of California, therein, and that said petition .

and other state officials are consid- will be heard and said cause will ,?;,'i
on for final hearing upon the :1
ering a plan whereby thousands ofCalifornia's come
Entered as second class matter, this bank holiday businesshas missioner Nathan Mayo was comin' unemployed be sent 11th day of April, 1933, at the hour I
February: 1. 1927, at the Post Of lie taught us a lot of things. The down the steps with Tom Watson. may of ten o'clock in the forenoon, at 1
at Clewiston, Florida, under the Act importance of nlckles and dimes for A check of their combined resources areas which geologists say have mil- the Courthouse in the City of Fort I
lions of dollars worth of the precious
of March 3, 1897.A instance. I used to 'rattle 'em in showed that they each had 11 centsin Myers, Florida.
figured they mightas :yellow metal. 2. That all creditors of the said
my pocket and throw 'em around cash. They 1
Material Cornn. ..:
newspaper) devoted to the best like dice, but not any more. Nowa well be broke as 'the way they The Clewiston bank did not issue Clewiston Building said f
the defendant cause,
Interests of Hendry County, Florida dime to me is a "bowl of soup" were and decided to match each scrip. Under authority of J. M. Lee, who pany,have not heretofore filed their 1 'R e I '/

Its leading newspaper. and a nickle is a "cup of coffee." other-winner take all. Tom won. comptroller, the bank was authorized claims with the Receiver, are hereby l'
I've found that a guy don't really When I asked him what he was to issue its cashier's check as required to file duly sworn state .

Subscription rate: per year ....$2.00 have to have a half-grapefruit, oat- gonna do with his 22 cents he said scrip (but that wasn't necessary.) ments of their claims against the 1

Outaldi of State of Florida ......2.50 meal, two eggs, four slices of bacon -, he'd sit up and watch it all night. Lee must have known no one could said Clewiston Building Material .
and a stack of wheat cakes for While all the rest of the State counterfeit Stewart's signature. If Company with the undersigned
Advertising rates furnished on ap breakfast. In fact I've been gettin'by Departments are frettin' and worry- you can get "E. L. Stewart" out of ceiver, at the office of the
toast and coffee for over a in' over 'what to use for meney, the ceiver, in the City of ,
plication. on those marks he calls a signature, ,
Florida or before the 4th day of :.
week and still can gallop up stairs State Library is sittin'' on top of the you got me bested as a reader. April, 1933. Said statements of .]
three steps at a time, without feelin' world even if it is located in the forth other .
Business office Clewiston News, claim shall set among
Florida. Editorial and 'weak or faint. basement. They' got "cash" down The country'll be seeing green today things, the nature and amount of .
Clewteton, But it sure is Cough on the bell there. W. T. Cash, Librarian. in honor of the famous snake the claim, amount and nature of any

Advertising, same. hops and waitresses. I'm stoppin'over The guys I'm really' sorry for are chaser St. Patrick. security or lien held by the claimant "

at the Cherokee hotel here in the poor merchants, with shelves all or to which the claimant is or claims "
Telephone'3E9 Tallahassee with Gilbert Freeman, full of goods and a flock of clerks Five hundred twenty-five purebredbeef I to be entitled, and also any claim ;'

Mel Smith, and some others of the I standin' round. The old overhead bulls were placed on Florida to preference or priority in paymentto

state house gang. We've worked outa trips merrily on, and no customers. farms by county agents last year. any other creditor of said cor-
WHAT AND WHY OF SCRII'Scrip poration.
.< scrip plan of maintainin' our credit They sure area takin'. it on the chin These bulls should sire more than Pursuant to the provisions of said "

ratin'. Instead of slippin' the right now .:;and takin' it hard. It 15,000 calves per year for five or tfrder, all persons, firms, associations : "
as is being used today in time won't last much and more each bringing from $2 ,
slaves a thin piece every they longer though :years and corporations who have >.
many less fortunate sections of the rush the ice water or juggle the when things."'do open up '''I'm bettin' to $4 more than a native calf. The not heretofore filed their claims

country, is no new invention. Scrip soup we simply give 'em a nice little they'll do a" land office business. bulls are thus worth from $30,000to with .the said Receiver and who

has:been pressed into financial service slip of;,paper with IOU on it and '*"'* *" $50,000 annually to the cattle industry :shall fail I Iso to file their claims
six times in the past 60 years, with the said Receiver on or before
Some in the state.
sign our name. Just how, when or folks' call it an "act of God"
the finan- the said 4th day of April 1933 d
having appeared on
where these certificates of indebtedness for want of a better name. But if
the "panic" of shall be forever barred and foreclosi'l
cial during
be cashed hasn't ask me I'm bettin' the inhabi-
are gonna you '
ed from making or any ,,
1873" means
as a
been determined. But on the other tants of heaven were just as shocked claim against Clewiston Building \
currency jam sweeping over the hand nobody seems to have much and surprised as we were when they TAX DEED Material Company, and from partic- ,J
at that time. The datesof .....
country more information concerning regular picked up their mornin' paper and --- ipating in the assets or properties of '
scrip issues have been 1873, 1884, checks. : found out about that California NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, 'said corporation or the proceeds .\

1890, 1893, 1907, 1914, and again Both banks here are "open." Thatis earthquake.But that Bessie Schuck, holder of partof thereof, except upon further orderof
this year to a limited extent.A Tax certificate No. 1042 dated the the Court in said cause granted
the front door is open but everything if the Creator did have any- "'
7th of A. D. has and entered for due cause shown,
day July 1930 filed
study of the financial situationthe
else is locked. You couldn'tget thing to do with it, the only possible
early part of this year parallels a dime out of 'em with a dark' answer would be that in His wis- said certificate in my office and and 3. upon That proper all of application.the assets and ,f I

; that confronting the country in 1907 lantern and a jimmy. They tell us dom He knew that if any sectionof made' application for tax deed to issue properties of Clewiston Building Ma"j"j

which by the way was the first time everything will be all right just as the world was able to take a thereon in accordance with law. terial Company (except cash in the +\

;' clearing house scrip. appears to have soon as Mr. Roosevelt or Mr. Lee. rap like that and get over it, the Said certificate embraces the follow- hands of the Receiver and bonds, j'
,been used. ing described property situated in other securities except ,
or somebody makes up their mind. I answer was Southern California.And notes, or
v Going back to review the 'situation In the meantime most everybody_: mark my word! Those poor Hendry County' Florida, to-wit: notes or evidences of debt incurredin
Lots 12-13 Block 412 Clewiston. the ordinary course of businessof .1
in 1907-there had been worldwide ,
a '
seems to be gettin' along as usual I folks out there may be down right and carried upon ,.1
The assessment of said said corporation
expansion and speculation, the and folks to be In better but from property :
seem even a I now they're a ways its books of account and records as ''J
same old, story of too many people under the said certificate issued was ''c
humor now than they were before out. accounts and / or notes receivable) 1
anxious to get-rich-quick; the banks the financial hydrant was turned off.I I Their courage and faith and never in the name of A. J. Wilder. consisting of a stock of building ma- ','

were, as a whole, called upon to happened to be standin' out in say-die spirit will carry 'em thru. Unless said certificate shall be terials, glass, plumbing supplies, '

extend credit to those expanding front of the Capitol the other night They'll clear away the ruins to rebuild .- redeemed according t olaw, tax deed and other merchandise located at

businesses. In sections of the coun- just, about time school let out. Com-, yet greater cities. will issue thereon on the 10th day the place of business of said corporation -
try examples of mismanagement of of April, A. D. 1933. in the City of Clewiston, FlorIda j}

banks began to be apparent-the Dated this 10th day of March, A. and including, also, a certain '/

depositors became panicky: and start-I THE SPIRIT OF AMERICAOn certainly, by such passing phenomena D. 1933. lot or parcel of land, together with

ed runs on industrial banks. The I as bank holidays, hurricanes and WILLIAM T. HULL, the buildings located and improvements in the Coun-
thereon situate
banks, not being able to liquidate I top of everything else there I earthquakes. We get over them, (Seal) Clerk Circuit Court, ty of Hendry, State of Florida, des-

' many obligations due them, could had to be an earthquake In Cail- :and it doesn't take long.-Ft. My- Hendry County, Florida cribed 'as follows, to-wit:

not meet the heavy demand for cash. ers News-Press. Mar. 10-17-24-31, Apr. 7. Lots One (1) to Twelve (12),
I'' Business was at a standstill and I both inclusive, in Block 414, as

\ clearing house certificates were issued The Almighty, it would appear, is per General Plan of Clewiston, '
putting the >people of the United PIKE DEPARTMENT IMPROVEMENT Florida, according to plat recorded -
year provide cash
States to the test. BAGASSE in Plat Book 2, at pages
for payrolls. Clewiston. Florida Feb. 21, 1933 7 to 14 inclusive, of the Public
Compare this situation with the He will not find them wantingin VERY LIGHT READING Sealed proposals will be received by Flo- i
City Commission of the City of Clewiston Records of Hendry County,
facts leading up to the situation any of the virtues. In stricken Florida at the City Hall until rida,

through which the nation has just Southern California there will be gasse has been accused of being 5:00: P. M. Monday, April 3, 1933, for and including all other property and

pulled. They follow the same linesof courage, and faith. In the rest of like a combination of Will Rogers furnishing'equipment necessary material and for fire the reduc-fighting assets of said Clewiston Building

over-expansion, collapse, unem- the country charity will stand by and Arthur Brisbane. Which is O. tion of fire insurance rating from Material Company except those here-
for fourth class to second class for all inabove specifically excepted, are
ployment, fear, banking troubles whatever duty may be needed. K. unless accused
by me, some one properties in the City of Clewiston will be sold
for sale
offered and
and hoarding: The Michigan banks, When sympathy for the dead has of being like Eddie Cantor. It within 400 feet of a canal or within
us under the direction of said Court.
500 feet
of a fire hydrant Separate
declared :a:: holiday, which, quite nat- been expressed and succor to the in- might be a pretty good idea to let proposals may be submitted for new All persons desiring to submit of-

urally reacted on the banking struc- jured shared no tears need be wast- Rogers and Brisbane know of the and for re-conditioned equipmentThe fers for the assets and propertiesof

ture of the whole nation, and it de on the material aspects of the slam at their reputations, maybe or all right bids and is reserved to waive to formalitiesand reject any said Clewiston Building Material 1

back-rvashed:: to corresponding banks dizast r. None will be appreciated. they could get a raise in pay. to accept any bids that the interest Company to be sold as aforesaid,
and on back the line, until it beganto California can be knocked down but of the City of Clewiston may are directed and required to submit

appear: a serious affair. Then in they'll get right up. They have a Thinking in terms of advanced education require R. Y PATTERSON, their said proposals in writing, directed '

order to save the whole structure spirit out, there which buoys themin : Zangara is to be awardedthe Commissioner of Public Works to T. W. Weeks, Receiver, '
chair of applied electricity at City of Clewiston, Florida. and all such proposals must be filed ;
with one: stroke the moratorium was adversity. Their history will repeat M. W. BIGG City Clerk
declared itself. They will rise from Raiford, which ought to cure his Feb. 24, :March 3101724.CLEVISTON with and in the hands of said Re-
tieing th '
epurse strings of ceiver at or before ten o'clock in
those. with ,a panicky feeling, along this bigger and better than ever, stomachache.Well the forenoon upon the 4th day of '.:

with the rest, until the adjustment and before we know it too. the engineering office force BUILDING April. 1933. -1

i might be made.However We in Florida can easily put ourselves ;turned out 'en masse Tuesday to MATERIAL COMPANY All persons desiring to submit J

in spite of the parrallelof in their place, We have endured the Suicide Specialist, and we are proposals for the assets and proper- .;
the 1907 with similar experience. We have Notice final ties directed to be sold may secure )j
case that of 1933, just wondering whether Jhfcy arc; of hearing, and requiring ,
there are several differences. First, seen the forces of, nature turn suddenly are planning on committing suicideon creditors to present claims, further and detailed information i

banking difficulties in the past had from their gentle way with us 'accout of the recent proposed and.for proposals for the purchaseof with respect to such assets upon 7 ,
application to the Receiver at his ftz j
occurred in the early stages of depression and go berserk. We have mournedthe slash in their sala1'ies-or whether certain assets of said Clewiston office aforesaid. :

and this one followed three loss, cleared away the wreckage they went to see their own, John Building Material Company.To The Receiver will, at the time fix

years of declining activity, after and gone to build anew with faith Barrymore (George Schauermann) all Creditors and Stockholders ed for final hearing of said cause, .!

most other adjustments had been undiminished. We, have been grateful in the play. dt Clewiston Building Material as herein stated, present his report j

made. Second, the Federal Reserve for help but our pride has beenin Company't and all other persons.in- to the Court showing the proposals
System had not been born until after doing the job ourselves. It's an ill wind etc., etc., the terested: received for the purchase of said 1
' quake in California, while causing properties' and assets, and with therecommendations' .
the 1907 panic. Third, in the That spirit, which is ours in Florida Pursuant to the provisions of an '
anxiety to thousands over the coun- of said Receiver 1
early panics the banks were helplessand which is theirs in California, order of the Circuit Court of Hen-
as to which of such proposals if 'l
boosted the telegraph company'sbusiness. ,
had to remain open as long as is also America's. It is the spirit dry County, Florida, in Chancery, .
should be accepted and at said
It being reported by the any, :J
i they wore :able' to pay off, then close which has made Americans proud of entered upon March 10th, 1933, in time and place the Court will hear )

down, which only made the fear their country this past week. They into the gold fields to pan gold in a 'cause therein pending, entitled any objections which may be made ito
"The Old
I, moro contagious. Another differ- knock us down-out there, down Western Union and the Postal Tele-, National Bank of Fort the report of such Receiver. .)

ence is that at present the United here, all over-but we get up, dust graph that a total of 350,000 mes- Wayne corporation, Indiana, et, a al.national Plaintiffs banking Dated this 10th day of March, i
; States has a large percentage of the ourselves off and hit the line again. sages were wired into the stricken Clewteton ''Building Material Com- 1933. 1 1T.

world's supply of gold, and for the You can't lick the United States. territory. In the same period, 'Fri pany, a corporation, Defendant," notice W. WEEKS, Receiver .

first time in 300 years is a creditor Not in war nor in peace. Not, most day to Sunday, 31,000 long distance is hereby given to all creditors March 172431. Clewiston, Florida.

nation instead of a debtor. Europeis J I "

in no position to import goods, 1
for they ahve no commodity $ $
which $$ $ SSRI
we will exchange for our Ei m
goods. And lastly, we now have a

unified program and our money is Your LifeLET

considered ey markets.We sound. in the foreign mon Money or !:15 SPECIAL SUNDAY DINNER !6

weathered the financial stormsof ._o_ _
former periods and came out to ME INSURE BOTHIt's
build a greater nation on the foundations !:fj !fi

time the already established; each better to Insure now than to suffer the loss later. !:Ii Oyster CocktailChop !:Ii \
has suffered it has Suey-Entree Chicken
raised its head higher than before Only sound and responsible companies represented.SEE !:F1: French Fried New Potatoes Creamed Cauliflower !:fi j]

the fall. We will do it again.It ;n Fresh
Stringless Beans ;n
is no secret that commodity ME FOR INSURANCE !: C. S. C. Salad Angel Parfait Lemon Meringue Pie !:fi

prices gle have risen after such a strug- Burgulary Life Automobile Fire Theft !fi Home-mode Parkerhouse Rolls Y;
- which we are just emerging -
And it stands to reason Robbery Accident'' Windstorm tfi Iced Tea Coffee Milk Y;

that they will soon begin their up- HiHi --- cj

ward trend. .!fi
Let the trend ot the past be your PAUL DEAM AT THE WATANABE HOTEL

guide for the present. It's betterto E'1 MRS. F. R. MAWELL Proprietress

buy on an increasing market thanon Clewiston, Florida y;

a falling one. The period of '

fear is past. Invest wisely and now. $ $$
$$ $$


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IiARBIER-AMES Furniture and apparatus ...., 250.00 county. The following are abstracts tion will be made for the passage ot
: Mr. and Mrs. William Goodson Transportation .................... 4,500.00 from newspapers in the state. 'f:special or local legislation the substance -
I Personal MentionA. I Ames, of 21 Sycamore Avenue, Mt. Books & Classroom sup. 800.00 Citrus County Chronicle-"After : of which will be as follows:
Vernon New York the Printing & legals ................ 100.00 deliberating all day Tuesday, mem- An Act relating to South Florida
announce ..:.........
Janitors & supplies 1,750.00 bers of the county school board in Conservancy District; amedning sec-
marriage of their daughter, Mrs. Incidentals for schools u:..... 250.00 regular session voted to close all tions 5, 6, 7, and 19 of Chapter
C. Clewis, of Tampa, spent Sun- Evelyn: Stansell to Paul Reese Lari- Office Supplies & postage .... 100.00 ,,Citrus county schools at the end of 13802, Laws of Florida, Acts of
day here on business. mer. The ceremony took place on Salary of Attorney........... 300.00 Jarch. I. R. Nolen, county superintendent 1929, relating to said South Florida
Wednesday, March 8, at high noon Per diem of board ................ 300.00 I[ is authority for the information Conservancy District; Providing for
L. O. Gravely, of LaBelle, was in the home of the bride's parents. Salary of Superintendent 2,400.00 I l that the closing of the the levying of taxes or special assessments -
here on business, Wednesday.Mr. The groom's father, Dr. L. H. Lari Other purposes & excesses 2,000.00 schools at the end of seven months I upon lands within said

.mer, a Lutheran minister of Springfield ,Salary of teachers ........ 26,250.00This will have no bearing on promotionsor District for the year 1933 and subsequent -
and Mrs. D. G. Alston went to I with graduation. years; Fixing the time within
Ohio, officiated the as
West Palm Beach on business Tues- would be a daily cost of approximately Highlands County News "An which certain 'tax sale certificates
I day. sistance of Dr. Wallace H. Finch, of 37% cents per pupil. eight month term will be acc editedin issued for non-payment of, tats .assessed
\ the Chester Hill Methodist Church, Anticipated collections for 3331. Florida schools this year as in by said District may he redeemed -
Mount Vernon, ,New York. The Source Amount many other Southern states, so the ; Determining the amount of
J. E. Beardsley was a business bride's sister, Miss Catherine Ames, 1933 tax roll (75 pct. col.) 15,000. pupils will not have their credits benefits which have accrued to certain -.
visitor in Punta Gorda last Thurs-: was her only attendant and the State Appropriation 24,260. jeapordized or their college entrance lands within the District; Pro-

day. groom's brother, John Larimer, was Tax redemption 1,500. requirements impaired." Members: of viding methods whereby certain tax
best man. Only immediate relatives I Glades county (tuition) 1,000. the school board stated that while sale certificates may be redeemedand
Victor Blate left Wednesday fora attended the A luncheon State & Fed. aid Home EC. 500. the credits of the .county school system certain taxes may be paid;
few days visit in Tampa on busi ceremony. I Other sources 250. was in fine shape, they did not Making certain sections of the Revised
served and the couple left fora
was TTotal eel that they wanted to endanger'next General Statutes of Florida applicable -

,, ness. short wedding trip. On their ...................._..-.... $42,510The year's term by borrowing fundsto to said District and valida-'
return they will be at home to their needs of the Clewiston schools run the first month. ting certain doings and proceedingsof

-' W. M. Redelsheimer spent Tues- friends at 21 Sycamore Avenue, Mt. according to Mr. Miner for the coming Hendry county schools already owe the Board of Supervisors of said
day in West Palm Beach on busi Vernon, New 'York.Open year are as follows: $2000 in time warrants. At the end District.

ness. Elementary and high school 8 mo. of the eight months, as I see it, this DATED, this March 15, 1933.J. .
Teachers salaries $8,200. indebtedness will be increased by B. Jeffries,
W. P. Stuart, of Bradenton was Janitor 450. several thousand dollars due to President Board of Supervisors.
in Clewiston several days this weekon Home EC. supplies and equip. 100. short tax collections. The result is
business.A. .ab. equip for science. 100. that next year's schools will start NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
E Forum ] Janitor supplies 50. well into the red. TAX DEED
Repairs & add. equip for So you. can easily see that the
O. 'Ward and H. C. Kolstad
buildings. issue is not shall we continue our
were transacting business in Moore Lights, wood and water, 100. present school system or, as one man Notice is hereby given, that Fos-
Haven Tuesday.Mrs. Transportation 720. declares the alternative, shall we ter Meredith, holder of part or tax
lisc.. expense (reports, first build jails. : Surely the education certificate No. 1042, dated the 7th
E. R. Fontaine, who spent To the People of Heiidry County: I aid, etc.,) 100. given students is not directly proportional day of July, A. D. 1930, has filed

last week in Tampa, returned to her I have investigated as thoroughlyas ,Harlem school 800. to the amount of money said certificate in my office and made
home here Monday. possible in several months the spent or could be spent on their educations application for tax deed to issues .
Affairs of this county. Also I have Total........................... $ 10,064. It would be just as reason- thereon
in accordance with law.
studied the conditions in the state This would be a daily cost for the able to say that because the proportion -
Miss Bertha Gram and her father, Said certificate embraces the follow
Clewiston schools of approximately
and read considerable regarding of college failures from Hendry
V. Gram, of Moore Haven were visi- claimed needs and proposed methodsof 28 1-2 cents a day per pupil. county school graduates is 31 pet. ing described property situated in

tors here Saturday night. acquiring them. This was necessary The receipt fob the 1933-34 against the state's average of 10 Hendry County, Florida, to-wit:

7 in order that I might go to chool operation as I anticipate them per cent we should spend 300 percent Lots 14, 15, 16, Block 412
Mrs. F. K. Foster, who spent last Tallahassee next month with a pic- are as follows: : more money in their education. Clewiston.The .
week in Clewiston returned to her ture of conditions and a knowledgeof Source Amount Neither will the statement of an- assessment as said property
' home in Ft. Myers Sunday. our needs. 1933 tax roll (75 pct col) 12,000. other school school man, that we can under the said certificate Issued was
Now I' intend to report to you my Tag tax and other state aid 8000 afford it, we will pay for and we cannot
the name of A. J. Wilder.
bindings, as I see them, outline my Tax redemption 1500 do without it, alter the facts.
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Crouch were Unless said certificate shall be
redeemed -
Glades county 500.
plans and ask you to endorse my are the facts-we cannot have
visitors in West Palm Beach Tues- program. Granted my fallibility, I State & Fed aid Home, EC. 500. more than six months school next according to law, ,tax deed
dey, where they went on business ask you to correct me if I mis-state Other sources 250. year unless :we mfajarially reduce will issue thereon on the 17th day
/ conditions or draw wrong conclu- current expenses. of April, A. D. 1933.

: H. M. Rittel, of Boston, Miass., 'sions. Advise me if you believe my Total........................... $ 22,750.If SummaryI Dated this 17th. day of March, A.
was among out of town visitors hereon 'plans are not, what they should be. I am successful by an act of am not an enemy of the schools, D. 1933.
business this week. ,But don't bother me if your motiveis the legislature, in diverting the so- or < of efficient county government. (Seal) William T. Hull
purely selfish. For this is the called "race track money" of approx- I[ am opposed to the present system. Clerk of Circuit Court Hendry
age of the "new deal. This is not mately $10,000. receipts will still The real enemies of the public welfare -
C. E. Miner, M. G. Langford andC. 3-172430.| | 4-714.| County Florida
sarcasm. I'll explain, for some people fall far short of the declared needs. : are' those who view the pres-
J. Lovvorn were business visitorsin have an incorrect definition of I Other counties are facing the ent situation out. of the window of
LaBelle Saturday afternoon.W. that term. The new deal is for the. same situation as we face in this their own interests and fail to make The cost of producing citrus fruitIn
overburdened tax-payer. It emphat- any concessions whatsoever. Those Florida has been reduced 36 per

C. Hooker, who has spent the ically does not mean giving every- will continue to "fight"-I did not cent during the last ten years, due
past several weeks*.an Immokalee one good jobs with fat pay from the sound this note-will find that their mostly to better cultural methods.
was in Clewiston I several days this :public purse. As I see it, those who cause is as unpopular as it is un
p week. I have been the beneficiaries of "le- patriotic.
gitimate graft" will feel the axe. R. Everette Burchard. Origin of Mathematics
f ---- The cards are being shuffled. Some Mathematics is almost cosmopolitan<< '
Mr. and Mrs. Norman A. Nielsen 'are dealt. My obligation to is Everglades
you In its origin. Arithmetic w+ts usedIn
'' were visitor in Pahokee, Sunday, the to deal a few myself. Notice of Intention to Apply For recordless
.., the dim days; algebra
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. I County OfficersElective Theatre The Passage of Special or Local Greek and
Is Arabian; geometry,
Trainor. I and appointive offices Legislation
Egyptian; analytical geometry,French,
'can stand
an equalization of approximately BELLE GLADE
Former ten thousand dollars > Notice is hereby given that at the and (calculus English.Sympathy .
governor Doyle Carlton, ($10,000) a year in this county. If regular session of the Legislatureof and Kindness
%. of Tampa C. W. Carlton and J. D.
possible I will include this bill in a the ,State of Florida, to convene Express less sympathy and do more
Lynn of Ft. Myers were here on general bill. If not, then in a bill FRIDAY SATURDAY in the month of April, 1933, applica- kindness.-Atrhlson Globe.
business Monday.Mrs. I of local application. The followingare
the proposed salaries for Hen- NORMA SHEAER

F. R. Maxwell, who recently ,dry county officials:
assumed management of the Wata-I Sheriff ............ $4,000.00 -in-
nabe hotel this week took Clerk ................ 2,800.00
charge of
+ ,Assessor ........
2,600:00: SroHiB'ThroughWith 1
,: the dining room there.
Collector ...........2600.00 I Im
y T .Superintendent .... 1,400.00 I! What We Do
Mrs. Joe Zanone, Sr., of Nashville Registrar ........ 225.00Co. -
jTenn., /"arrived/ Sunday for a two Com'rs. (5) 2,400.00 FREDERIC MARCH
weeks visit in Clewiston with her **Sch. B'd. Members 360.00 and LESLIE HOWARDThe With Your Money m

brother, A. A. Munroe, and family.
Total................... $17,685.00 haunting beauty of this
Mr. and ,Mrs. M. W. Kilgore, and Figures $40.00 per month for romance will linger in jour
each of the five members. memory forever. .The most m mYi
children, of Lynn, Mass., were her ** Figures $10.00 per month for beautiful story ever scren- .

Tuesday for a short while, going each of the three members.The ed.Sunday.MondayTuesday.
. from here to Miami, for the'week.. proposed gross salaries include b
all clerk and deputy hire. In order to give you a true picture of the Building and

Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Augur, and My intentions are that these sal- L.tt= Loan business, it is necessary to tell you how we loan then
'2 daughter, and Miss Mary Kline and aries include all necessary clerk hire :' '_ h ::;- ; funds of our stockholders invested with us. Building and ..II
; Mips\ Eleanor Wintle moved fromYp' and that bills incurred by the various ; Loan Associations are governed by State laws which direct !:fi
offices be paid by the commis- how we may invest these 'funds.We .
the Watanabe House to Kettl's this !fi y;
sioners subject to their approval. :
week. Also that commissioners and mem- 6
bers of the schools board shall receive The Mystery of
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Floatein, of five cents a mile in addition to make loans only on first mortgage real estate secur-
Toronto, Canada, stopped in Clew- their salaries. Next year's costs for ;n ity and we are not permitted to buy or sell mortgages. All m
iston Wednesday on their tour of The Wax Museum Efi loans are repaid monthly, both interest and principal-making

South Florida! to visit the sugar coupty I II I our security better with each monthly payment.

1 house here.D. be approximately $20,000.00. !J1 !R
Cit J. of T.n."l1........,...."u<..;>. -'Vith-
Y The tax receipts of the City of La- II Lionel Atwell Fay Ray !
O. Hatch, of Jacksonville, for- Belle ,last year totaled approximately I Glenda Farrell !:L The monthly payment loan makes for' safety It permits Hi
merly with the U. S. Engineer here, /HHtQSin cen un H-2- etaoin shrdlu R )lace to live in than he could possibly afford to rent. The

was placed on duty at Mobile this $3,600.00. Current expenses '$2- An All Technicolor Mystcfy the small wage earner to actually own and control better I
week with: the engineer' that dis- 800.00. Since the city government Drama That 'Villl\lake You Y; small monthly payments, including taxes, are in many instances -
useful !n less than the property would rent for.
trict. serves no purpose I proposeto Forget Your Surroundings :
introduce a bill seeking its abol- During the Entire Performance. -
A. W. Lawrence, attended the cor- ishment. The City's indebtedness is .
: E, ner stone ceremonies in Ft. Myers at present about $240,000.00 including !:fi Building and Loan Associations have not only solved
" Wednesday, at which the Masonic.I bonds and interest, the deficit, !
:: the problem of how to loan money on small monthly payments -
lodge placed the corner stone of the jUdgments, and bills payable. The this without working !
!Ii but also how to collect money :
City of LaBelle can be designated : 3
new federal building there.H. Has a hardship on the borrower. Consequently these associations
a bonded district with the
county -
{officers 'providing law enforce- I Wednesday ThursdayShe !f: have a remarkable record of low percentage of foreclosures. Hi
R. Hall wes called to Hender- ment and the levying and collecting -
;+ 'son, Kentucky Sunday on account of of taxes. I joins the great in an| R
the sudden seriousness of his brother Imortal role
Schools. IHi
7, who died there Monday. Mr. Now, for our school It i !: Become a stockholder in Clewiston Home Building Association -
,system. of the lending and collectingof
and let them take care
Hall left Sylvia Sydney
immediately after message
the will be impossible for us to spend as i!: and their capable organization will return to
but did your money :
not reach his brother'sbedside
much for our schools as we have y; and no worry
before in you the largest dividends consistent with safety
his death. .
ci been
spending for the reason that it
cannot be had. In 1932 the daily to you. i iI I
ems 13. Hi. STEWART HOSTESSAT cost per pupil in Hendry county was Madame Butterfly!

BRIDGE SATURDAY 40%, cents, while the state averagefor HiI
:,,;, the same period was 22 cents, -With, .
Mrs. E. L. Stewart was hostess to and in the state of Georgia about CARY GRANT
a small party of her friends at an 14 cents. CHARLES RUGGLES
;: afternoon bridge at her home here The school board and the Super- I
", v Saturday afternoon intendent have gone into facts and I CleV/istoll 7 Home
;; Among invited guests were Mrs.R. figures with me in working on this
Y. Patterson, Mrs. W. C. Owen, school problem. Their needs for the
Mrs. C. L Downs, Mrs W C Worth, school year 1933-34, together with I asa
Mrs H, A. Bestor, Mrs. F.DeaneDuff, the anticipated receipts, according ?
Mrs. W. C Prewitt, :Mrs. W. C. Hooker to the Superintendent are as follows Matinee Sunday from 3p.miEJ Building ssociation I Ii
'v Mrs. W M. Redelsheimer, Mrs. : :

Fred Hill, Mrs. J. P. Percy, Mrs. Time Warrants ................ $2,000.00 i iII. I
C H. Berner, Mrs. G. B. Thomas, Interest on time warrants 60.00

Miss Marion Leydig, Mrs Leah Spi. Repairs to bldgs ................ 750.00 .='
and Mflrs., M.P. Peterson. Insurance of school bldgs., 700.00

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FRIDAY MARCH 1933 ::' .
; 17 .
I ''';;'',
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lower than for the future should ;
AT THE EVERGLADES THEATRE the role of a visitor at the doctor's Then Solomon gave this adivce ducts were even selling and courage

office, coming to collect the rent, Look not thou upon the wine whenit they did 60 or 100 years ago. If a sustain us in the present.

TLc treasured romance of the' played her part well and furnishedthe is red, when It giveth his colourin dollar is not to be worth as muchin

American Theatre, "Madam Butter opening laugh of the evening. the cup, when it moveth itself future, it is natural that farm "Azmarin" is a new and effective _

fly," modernized and done into a Arthur Lawrence, as a Wall street aright." And he gave this as his products will be worth more:, in German remedy for Asthma. Fur

motion picture by director Marion plunger who decides to end it all reason, "At the last it biteth likea terms of dollars ther Information may be had in

Goring and a cast headed by Sylvia I by hanging, carried out his part serpent, and stingeth like an ad- And so a very bad immediate sit- Dowd's Drug Store, Moore Haven '

Sidney Cary Grant and Charles Rug- with satisfaction and showed that der." uation may hold promise of much Florida, or from The Azraarin Co.,
gles, has been booked for the Everglades -
Theatre, where it will open he has other abilities in no wise con- Not only the, sting of the serpent, better things for the future. Hope Miami, Florida. r.

Wednesday.The nected with post office business.A. but the subtlety- of the serpent- is

story by John Luther Long W. Sias, as Ralph Norwell, a in wine. The deception lies in the :, !.
A and the play by David Belasco have rich young man who was reaping a fact that the habit of drinking will I .
both been brought up to date in the crop of his wild oats, played each become confirmed before you knowit < "

process of filming B. P. Schulberg I part in his role from the dejected is enslaving you. Every glass of .

who produced the picture for Para youth! who was tired of being criti liquor increases the desire for an-
mount, and Gering who directed
bised for his misdeeds to that of the
other glass. Take heed of the bait, FARM LANDS
nevertheless took pains to retain the
man with a resolute will to accom- .
spirit of the original. for fear of the hook. .
:Miss Sidney, her dark eyes and plish a useful purpose in life. While Solomon spoke of the Individual -

eyebrows: slanted, her hair laquered, Credit for the staging and scenery drunkard, Isaiah described

her figure draped in colorful oriental effects was due to Herbert. Blate and the effect of national use of intox- FOR ;

costumes, plays the role of Cho- Campbell Nail. icants. The tribe of Ephraim was
Cho-San the demure maiden I
The play was directed by Mrs. the strongest of the northern kingdom '
wooed by the young American -
Norman 'Nielsen, chairman of the and Samaria was the capital
Naval officer stationed in the city in
which she lives. Cary Grant, husky directing committee of the organization. city built on a hill and surrounded SPRING CROPS ;

virile Englishman: is treading Holly- The play was selected by Mrs.F. by rich valleys. "Woe to the .

wood's path to stardom plays the Deane Duff, Mrs. Fred Hill, Miss drunkards of Ephraim, whose glor-

latter role. Elizabeth West, and .Miss Evelyn ious beauty is a fading flower,
The two fall in love; they are Schutz. which are on the head of the fat o '; '."

married in accordance with Japanese ,' c
valleys of them that are overcome
Another of the Com-
law after the officer discovers production ,
with wine! Behold, the Lord hatha -
that the law provides for automatic munity Players is scheduled for ear-
divorce when in : '.announcements mighty and strong one, which as
husband leaves wife, ly April Complete The Clewiston Co. I
and decides that he can go through will be made shortly W. C. tempest of hail and a destroying .

with the ceremony under such cir- Owen, president of the Players,said. storm, as a flood of mighty waters

cumstances. Their .married life Is overflowing, shall cast down to the

brief but blissful. For ultimately earth with the hand. The crown of

Grant is transferred back to the Un- pride, the drunkards of Ephraim,
ited States. untrap 'cbooIJLes
shall be trodden 'under feet. S S
But when the time comes for him 4S
The destruction of the nation of
to say goodbye, and to tell ChoChoSan -
that she is no longer his wife, on drinkers was carried out by the -

he lacks the courage. Instead he Assyrians, whose invasion of Israel t t :,
promises to return when "the robins involved the wholesale burning of

nest again. FOR SUNDAY, MARCH, 19, 1933 cities and villages, the wanton destruction -
He does return but it is under of trees and crops, and the
different Subject: The effects of alcholic
entirely circumstanceswhich slaughter of thousands in battle and I "i
bring the picture to a touch- drinks. Anthony'S
ing, wistful climax.rCRO"'JJED Golden Text: "At the last it bit- seiges, the subsequent massacre of
hundreds in cold blood the plunderof
eth like a serpent, and stingeth like
all classes, and the deportationof : '
HOUSE GREETS ,an adder. Prov. 23:32. .
tens of thousands of who
COMMUNITY PLAYERS SHOW I Lesson Text: Proverbs 23, 29-32. captives II
were carried int ohopeless servitudein I i !I iI
Ssiah 28:1-4; 5:1-4.

(Continued from page one), Time: Proverbs by Solomon about a strange land. I ,.. i., :
The last of lesson taken '< '", .'
part our ( '
and who believing he had served 980 B. C.; Isaiah about 725 B. C., ..'
from the book of Daniel illus-
mankind by writing his historical and Belshazzat's feast about 540 B. ) ;
trates the effect of strong drink on 37th
books is later inspired to find a joy c. National leaders."Belshazzar Hi

In living and a desire to. bring his Introduction:
the made
writings up to date by producinga One writer says: It, is well to king a great i
feast to a thousand of his lords, and ii i
volume on the modern side of his get down to an old-fashioned temp-
drank wine before the thousand.
I favorite subject. erance lesson dealing with the fund-
Belshazzar while he tasted the wine i
amental evils of drink the ,
Miss Sue Maxwell, in the part of strong commanded to bring the golden and ::1 Anniversary
effects of alchol on the body, on the
a young helter-skelter wouldbesuicide silver vessels which his father Neb-
vho falls in love with the doctor mind and soul, and on society. Thisis uchadnezzar had -taken out of the

and believing that he is in love the more necessary because the temple which in Jerusalem I
was ;
of the saloon for
disappearance '
'with the nurse proves the doctor'schief that the king, and his princess, his
than decade has caused
t worry. Miss Maxwell was well more a wives, and his concubines, might Sale H. }
to forget the harm it
many persons
cast in her part and played it to drink therein. They drank wine, and
the enjoyment of the audience.In did in the bad old days, and has
praised the gods of gold, and of' silver 5
made them converts to the
the part of Madame Nachi, late easy spu-
: of brass, of iron, of wood, and
rious of the wets. These
of the Metropolitan opra, the casting arguments -
of stone.
committee decided without a moment's verses from Proverbs constitute a During the feast at Babylon the ::1 BEGINNING THURSDAY, MARCH 16
hesitation to place Miss Fran- picture of the physical injuries and '
:Persian to enter
army was ready
ces Munroe in the role of the Rus- ruin wrought by drunkenness. ;
and capture the city. While they
sian singer, and Miss Munroe's "Who hath woe who hath sorrow -.
per- revelling at 'the feast the
formance Tuesday night showed the ? who hath contentions? who .
fingers of a man's hand
were seen
hath babbling? who hath wounds
committee made in the
no error selection I
writing the wall. Daniel
without ? who hath redness of upon was
for the part. Her fiery for- cause
called and the to
explained writing
? They that tarry long at the
eign accent on the stage was admir eyes I
mean that the king's days were numbered -
wine: they that go to seek mixed
able.Miss and the kingdom to be
Mary Kline, highly paintedand wine.
loudly dressed, in her interpre- A writer refers to the phrase given to tlfe Medes and Persians. Thousands of dollars'worth of new Spring
That Belshazzar slain and
tation of a "hard boiled chorus girl" "redness of eyes" and says: The night was merchandise sale before Easter. =
at prices
I' Darius the :Mede became king.
who had become despondent at her word may be translated "dullness,

treatment in road shows, carried the I referring to obscured vision, the We must remember that ancient : I Men's furnishings and clothing, Men's and
wines mild in comparison with
difficult part of Lila Beverly to per- bleared sight, of drinking men. But : were ::1 Women's shoes Women's and Misses '
the drinks of today. Also that dangers ap-
fection. I ialso it may refer to the drunkard'sbloodshot '

When it came to selecting a per- eyes and inflamed face. .' now from effects of alcholic parel, Accessories and, Millinery. Thisis
drinks hundred times
son for the part of Fannie Falmouth No one can use alchol long without are a greater
than when lesson written opportunity to buy NEW Spring _
our was your ',
45, single and sour, the committee impairment of this most preciousof

finally decided to give this char- the senses, the sense of sight. by Solomon, Isaiah and Daniel. merchandise at drastic price reductions" ,

acter role to Mrs. M. P. Peterson, This sense enters into all processesof I

and her portrayal of the part again I living and earning. Even one PROMISE OP BETTER t t '

showed the committee made no error drink will render a motorist an unsafe FUTURE CONDITIONS -II ',

in selection the personnel for the driver. He cannot "see FOR FARM PRODUCTSBy

performance. straight," while the false confidence i//-,

Although with a miner part in the inspired by the. drug renders him Spuds Johnson -
production Miss Eleanor Wintle, in doubly dangerous.Clewiston :Florida farmers, particularly thoseof O ilq llltl"lIlIlll I l IHIIIII'IIIII' llnllllilllll W I IIII"! G J llIlHltilill I!rJ I"IIIIIIIIIII @llllJ'"Itlll i '" <:J::8i.

the trucking and citrus growing

areas, are in a bad plight-tempo-

I e rarily.-as a result of the demoralized CLEWISTON DAIRYMILK

money conditions throughout the

country. Jobbers and retailers can- ;

not take supplies of Florida productsand .

consumers cannot buy them if ':<

retailers do not handle them. The .
J? .:.
national bank holiday has resultedin .,
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greatly lessened demand in the .
Eastern markets for Florida pro- The Nation's Biggest Asset--- ;

ducts. .

While the present situation is THE KIDDIES :1

,. gloomy enough growers may well .i
take comfort from the fact that the
Open ,,'., situation is only temporary and that Give them all the milk they want. .

Iltothe ')....,. encouragement.There the future prospects. holds much of Milk is availabe for School Children every t, I

o Public is a rather general feeling noon at Domestic Science Room

... .J tr throughout the Nation that bottom
: has been reached-that conditionsare
If child does not like milk
now turning that muchdiscussed your raw try

corner. When one is at the bottom our CHOCOLATE MILK

of thel pit, there is no way to go

Moderate. Green Fees but up. Thus the opinion seemsto 5

be quite general now that busi- Good for Grown-ups too !
ness is destined to climb slowly but
Exceptional FairwaysInteresting
gradually up the slope. Progress of

business in general cannot but be

: GreensThe reflected in better markets for

farm products.It DAIRY CO.
is the belief that the value of

the dollar will be lower in future,

Most Popular Recreation and that can lead to but one thing Telephone 333

-better prices for products of all
Center in Clewiston
classes. At the moment the bank "DRINK MILK FOR HEALTH? ..
I holidayftaS declared, a dollar :

i4 would buy more farm products thanit

-_ 1 wouldat any time in the last
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quarter century. Some farm pro- .:. !.fIfl: L U

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