The Clewiston news
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00415
 Material Information
Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: March 24, 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.
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
lccn - sn 95047264
System ID: UF00028415:00415
 Related Items
Preceded by: Clewiston progress

Full Text

V' .... ....... .. . .. '..._ ,


,," V 'TIlE CLEW 1ST ON NiViSF, .




Ladies TournamentQuarter I STRESSES ECONOMY
In reviewing the figures showing the approximate cost of operatingthe --

school system of the county for the next term, as presented to the finals have been reachedin I

board by E. L. Stallings, superintendent, one question stands out, "Can the Ladies handicap golf tourna- Commissioners of the vOkeechobee.

\ E. E. Kelley, who for the past the cost of schools be reduced?" ment with Mts. Hoomes Rich, Mrs. Flood, Contrdl district, at their meet

few years has been secretary and The largest single item, other than the combined teachers' salary, Evelyn Pace, Miss Kathryn Deam, I ing in Tallahassee Saturday, movedfor

general manager of the Clewiston and one which will bear close scrutiny, is transportation, listed at $4- and the winner of the ,Peterson- a ,greater economy in operationsand
Motor Company, local Chevrolet and 500.00 for the school year. It would seem that this item can be mater-
and the winner of the Owen-Peterson a greater simplicity in their taxI
Caterpillar dealer, was elected pres- ially reduced.At .
match all set to battle it out for collecting machinery as well as mak-.
ident of the company at a meetingof present three buses run into LaBelle to bring children to that
I indicative of reduced tax-
the new stockholders of the ,or- school; two to Felda and one to Clewiston. According 'to the superin- semi-final positions Sunday. ling moves

ganization here Saturday.Mr. tendent's figures, the salaries paid the drivers of these buses total $310 Mrs. Re'delsheimer moved up one ,in this drainage district in the

per month, or $2,480 for the term. Does it seem reasonable that the place in the tournament by a forfeit future.
completed arrangements -
Kelly had just cost of gasoline and oil (where this is furnished) and the up-keep of by Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, and then The board fell in line with Governor -
he has purchased -
whereby the county-owned buses should be the difference of $2,020.00 for the early this week lost to Mrs. Hoomes Sholtz' plan of reducing the operations -

the stock of the corporation pre- school year? Rich three and two. costs of the various ,subdivisions

viously owned by Harry L. McDonald One of the buses carrying children to the LaBelle school is drivenby Early this week Mrs. Owen was of the state by 25 per cent,

the Bromar corporation, .and a school boy of Felda who brings other Felda children, to the LaBelle boosted into the second round by George B. Hills, the district's con
now has a controlling interest of the high school. For this he receives $5.00 per month and gasoline and oil.
having a one up win over Mrs H. A. sulting engineer, offered to reduce
business Another bus comes up from Denaud. It is a district-owned bus and the
his own salary from $8,500 to $7,,,
Bestor. She is scheduled to finish
Mr.: Kelly's daughter, Mrs. Tom driver receives $95 per month to drive it over the distance of 13, miles
Shelley, was elected to fill the post and the 13 miles in return. He lives at 'Denaud and after leaving his her match with Mrs. Peterson to-day. 500 per year and his *suggestion wag

I bus at LaBelle drives his own car home for the day to return in the Mrs. Phil. Peterson was awarded immediately accepted
the advance of her
made vacant by i' afternoon for the children-a cost of slightly more than 29 cents per I a win by default from Miss Elizabeth Bills will be introduced at the
She is
father to the presidency. ,mile. The county pays for the up-keep of the bus unless it can show I West. next session of the legislature which

the new secretary of the Clewiston that repairs were necessary through the negligence of the driver. The I Mrs. J. P. Percy won a default meets next month, enabling the district

Motor Company. other bus at LaBelle covers a five mile route twice a day, for which the from Mrs. B. C. Flainken and then I to reduce its ad'valorem tax
There is to be no change in the driver this district-owned bus receives month
, of $80 per or 40 cents was defeated J Wednesday by Mrs. schedule and special acreage, taxes

local personnel of the company, Mr. per mile. Likewise the, up-keep expense is borne by ,the county unless Evelyn Pace three and two. Mrs. I.and to provide: for a simplification
Kelly said and no drastic change in negligence of the driver is proven, which is rarely the case. The $5 per
of the tax collection of
Pace had defeated Mrs. Tom machinery
: the policy of the company month paid the boy for bringing the station wagon from Felda, 22 miles, Shelley
tom" In answer to the question, "Whatdo to LaBelle is certainly not extravagance, but it stands to reason that the five and four to advance to meet the district. W. I. Evans, theboard's

you think of the future of Clew- others CAN and MUST BE REDUCED, if the school transportation is Mrs. Percy. attorney, was instructed to

to be continued.Two Mrs. Leslie Miller was given a default prepare such bills for presentationThe
? Mr. said "In as muchas
iston Kelly ,
buses, owned by the school districts, operate at Felda at a win from Mrs. Fred Hill and delinquent( tax sales will be
I have turned dollar and !
every cost of $40 per month for drivers PLUS gasoline and oil and up-keep. Deam, who had been, moved up bya held along with the state and coun-
time when
nickle available a These two buses make five and six miles each morning respectively. default from Mrs. E. R. Fontaine. (Continued on page 4)

banks were" observing a moratoriumand Could not one bus be made to serve this purpose by requiring the childto Mrs. Rich will meet the winnerof

placed it in the business, I think get up a little earlier in the ,morning? Gasoline and oil for these
the Peterson-Owen match
(Continued on page 4) two buses average about' $7.50 per month each, Mr. Stallings said. The Girl Scouts Picnic
week Pace and Miss Deam
mileage cost of one bus is 13 3-4 cents and of the other a little more ,
will meet the winner to the
than 11 1-2 cents per mile.

Junior Baseball BeginsIn The Clewiston bus costs $90 per month. The driver of this bus, under semi-finals. The girl scouts a very

the present arrangement must pay for his own gasoline and oil and interesting outing Saturday morn-

keep up his '''privately owned bus. The bus at this school travels 10 ing being taken to the Beardsley

the Spring a young man's fancy miles per day at a cost to the county of 45 cents per mile, but evenif Form Language ClubIn Farm a few miles east of Clewiston

v may turn to thoughts of love- this does require the contractor to pay for his own gas and oil and by Mrs. Dave Alston, Mrs. W. C.
''r', to the minds furnish suitable bus it that this : too is too and
but Spring only brings a seems figure, high
order to, keep abreast of the Hooker, and Mrs. M. P. Peterson,
must be reduced.It .
of the Clewiston Jnior Cane Breakers '
times in Spain, as well to learn the latter of whom is the scout cap-
'such thoughts as baseball andy clearly seems that the cost of transportation, listed at $4,500 as

r baseball and baseball. for the school 'year, can and MUST be reduced. more of the historic background of tain.A.

Janitors and Janitors Supplies Spain and the Spanish language, the program of events, scheduledfor
This is evidenced by the organization students enrolled in advanced Span- the morning was as follows:
Another outstanding item the proposed needs of the schools, for
of the boys team hereon on
young 10:00 swimming., after which Patrol -
ish at the Clewiston school recently
next year is the item called Janitor and Janitors supplies, shown at a
the first day of Spring. I II laid a nature trail and PatrolI
i figure, of $1,750. There are three school' janitors in the county, two, organized a Spanish Club. t
With the organization of the team (Continued on page four) Miss Eveyln ',Schutz, instructor in I gathered the wood for the camp

comes the announcement of JuniorS I Spanish and Latin, is the sponsorof fire. At 11:30 the second Patrol

Thomas, manager of the team, that the club. In the meetings, whichare began preparing the camp dinner ot
. the first opponent will be the lads
SCHOOL NEEDS ? held each_.weel ,- some -new and galloping gueinna pigs; bread-twists
? of Moore Haven who play the opening' GOLFERS ADVANCETO interesting feature of Spanish devel- and "somemores"Those
. n"-"' :"" "'-"'- *-- '' of the season hereSunday' '
: game For Hendry County for opment is brought to light in the enjoying the camp party

April third. School year 1933. 4 programs.A were: Margaret VonMach, Mary Bell

..... The Clewiston Junior Cane Breakers Time Warrants ...1:............ $2000.00 SECOND ROUNDBoth note book, containing clippingsof Warren, Beulah Guthrie, Julia Anne
is composd of boys between the
in Oglesby, Mildren Ward Ethel Willis
Interest on time warrants 60.00 interesting happenings Spain

',4' ages of 12 to 16 years. Young Tho- Repairs! ( to bldgs ............ 750.00 and her possessions is being kept and Elizabeth Wynn, Gladys Willis, Hil-
mas says; each of the boys on the Insurance on school bldgs. 700.00 divisions of the Spring hand- this will be turned over to the school da Powell Bernice Guthrie Bernice

team "expects to play big baseball icap Golf tournaments were about O'Neil, Billy Hooker, Martha Nell
Furniture and Apparutus .... 250.00 library at the, close of the term.
some day. I to into round Thelma Guthrie Athlea Ford
Transportation ................... 4500.00 ready move the next Alston, ,
-S S Books/ & Classroom sup..... 800.00 late yesterday afternoon, when scores LiTh'"DIS LATEST RULINGNO Roberta Spicer, Betty Spicer, and
MAY RESTORE TWO-CENT had been for all Peterson.
Printing & Legals ................ 100.00 posted practically BEER FOR FLORIDA
STAMP FARLEY SAYS of the matches scheduled for the'
Janitors & supplies ........... 1750.00
Men's and Women's tournament. In an opinion given Saturday, C. GIRLS TAKE GARDEN TESTS
Incidentals for schools ........ 250.00
Postmaster General James A. Far- Office supplies and postage 100.00 The first week's play gives M. '''P.- D. Landis, state attorney general,

ley, in a statement recently issued, Peterson a win over H. R. Hall by, said that despite congressional action Fifteen members of the Clewis-
Salary of Attorney........... 300.00
said he was having all the facts as- default. Hall is still out of town Florida is no nearer legal beer ton girl scout troup were called be-
Per diem of board ...._____... 300.00
sembled and may cut out the three- Salary of Superintendedt -- 2400.00 ;and not expected to return until the than near beer. fore the assembly of the Clewiston

' cent letter'' postage and restore the latter part of the week. "Before it will be legal to sell Garden club at the home of Mrs. R.
Other purposes & excesses 2000.00
two-cent rate. Tom Shelley in his match with beer in Y. Patterson yesterday afternoon to
what know ordinary
we as I
Salary of teachers ............ 26,250.00
"There seems to be antipathy inc Dr. W. J. White of Belle Glade, won this state, we will have to have an pass the flower test conducted by Mrs.

; the public mind against the three- two and one Sunday afternoon. state constitutional amendment, a-\E. L. Stewart,' a member of the local

' cent stamp," he said. Total ...................... $ 42,510.00.I Earl Fontaine, who was paired off dopted," he said. Garden club. ,
with even handicaps with Jack Bar-
rett of Canal Point, broke through

Sholtz Blames Mismagement as Cause of with a 3 and 2 win over the Canal There Was a Row in Washington When Dolly

Pointer Sunday and ;'stands ready

'j ; ::... Untimely Closing of Some Florida Schools --.(Continued on page 4)) Madison Had the First Bath Tub InstalledAn II


Governor /Sholtz, too, has been that the children of the state "get interesting historical side-I crime. Baths were simply not taken

doing a little thinking about the fundamental, sound education, elimi- HAM CLUB SHOW light is contained in the inaugural in those days. The children of Edward -

schools in Florida. nating all of the frills, furbeloes and edition of the Washington Star regarding I took baths only on religious

.. In a statement issued to the news- fancies, and that, the teachers who SET FOR APRIL 7 the "White House Bath- holidays, and Queen Isabella had two,

papers last nigt, he blamed mis- really do the work get their pay." tub Controversy." While most of one when she was born and the

management as the causes for many The governor stated that there us take for granted the improve- other'' when she was married! Vol-

Florida schools to be closing short would be an "amazing ,revolt on the The date for the showing of ments, we now enjoy, the march of taire called the Middle Ages "a thou-

\ S of the full nine months anticipatedby part of the people of the state" if "Fingerprints" a three-act farce com- progress has run into obstacles now sand years without a bath."

the state departments. He rec- ,they had time to analyze the school and then. for bathingis
edy produced by the Ham Club for 'This earnest
omended one remedy for the situ situation. The Bathtub Controversy is reported -
the benefit of the Clewiston Com- rather incomprenhensible
.; tion-direct supervision of the common Since the tenth of January there as follows: Roman
munity Chest has been moved up and one remembers the
i schools by the state board of "It is rather strange the "Very few people know that great
gover- of de-
.r the depth
will be given at the Clewiston school I baths! However,
public instruction instead of allow- excitement attended the installa-
nor added, "that right at this imme-
auditorium Friday night, April 7th, i ligious feeling in early America may .
ing the schools to be directed the tion of the first White House bath-
by diate time, with a session of the legislature it.
I for
at 8:15. Ed Butler, president of the have been responsible
county superintendents and school coming on, suggestions are tub!
dramatic club announced this week. "Millard Fillmore was a broad-
boards. being made about closing the schools and fast-
"When the charming
The fact that the cast has put minded, farsaeing man. Disregarding -
.. He said "it is inconceivable to me has been distributed to the 67 coun- tidious Dolly Madison was the
forth every effort during the past the furor aroused by his actionhe
that with the state furnishing seven ties of Florida $ 3,608,738.09. The First Lady of the Land she had 1
S' couple of weeks and has the show had a bathtub installed in the
'.., times as much money, counties cannot last distribution was made last Saturday rooms set apart for bathing and i
j- well in hand is given as the 'reason White House. Newspapers decriedits
::, keep schools open for regular Governor Sholtz, in an effort bathtubs of a crude order were plac- '
for moving the play forward. It as 'monarchal luxury. But the
: terms and cannot pay teachers sal- to find where this money went, sent ed therein. The move caused a big not
be shown
was originally scheduled to strong-minded president was
ti aries. There is something wrong out letters yesterday to each county stir throughout the land, Mrs. Madison -
S here about the 10th of April.A to be swerved from his purpose anda
t. in the school situation and I sincerely superintendent, requesting an item- stuck to her guns-or, rather,
change in the cast was made, bathtub was installed which was
; hope and trust that the state legisla- ized statement "showing just where her bathtubs! '
(Continued on page 4) sufficiently long to float any man.
ture, unhampered by school lobbyists this money went." "But when Andrew Jackson, the used the
Abraham Lincoln
In fact,
unhampered by selfish interests, but Wanted Fifteen Million NEW Pi-T. A. OFFICERSMrs. fiery, hot-headed Man of the Peoplewas perfectease

facing the situation fully and ,with 1 "The people of this state," he said, swept into office a few 'years tub-it is recorded-with

courage, will cut out this octopus "do not know that a school lobby G. O. Wallace was named later, the bathtubs were all removed.It !

that is breaking the backs of the came here two years ago and endeav- president of the Clewiston Parent- was un-democratic to bathe, said "After these dauntless spirits had

l"j ;J I tax-payers of the state and still not ored to obtain $15,000,000 as state Teachers association at the regular Mr. 'Jackson. Not only that but proven that bathing was cleansing,

Ltr' : benefiting the school children." aid to schools. Finally by compro- monthly meeting held at the school physicians discredited tubbing as an I and healthful, if undemocratic, bathtubs -
-" Plenty of Money Appropriated 'mise it was reduced to $7,000,000, building last Friday, as plans were unhealthy practice and clergymen II became; popular throughout

. He added that "plenty of money which was an utter impossibility. made for carrying on the work of the condemned it as another one of Sa- country and hotels began to advertise -

, has been provided from all sources "Rigid economy must be enforced.I organization next year. tan's wicked lures. a tub-or in rare instancestwo -
;; to operate the schools full nine am not going to advocate anythingthat Mrs. I. M. Pafford was reelectedas 'For many years the bathtubwas tubs!

;., months and pay our teachers and will in any way harm the children vice-president; Miss Sue Maxwellwas a controversal subject, just as "Now it is not unusual to find,

other legitimate expenses, but muchof of the state. named as the new secretary; prohibition is today! Ministers almost hotels with bathtubs in every room

it has been applied to debt ser- Timely Talks of Closing Miss Elizabeth West, treasurer, and universally censured it. and and the White House, not to be

vice and other purposes for which It in various counties."I Mrs. J. W. Ezelle was re-elected to many state legislatures levied Mgb outdone by any hostelry, is well

was not, intended." He made the am not yet staisfied that every succed herself as historian for the taxes on bathtubs, while a few even i equipped with bathing facilities.

: statement that his only interest was (Continued on page 4) society. made ownership of a bathtub a J Ocala Banner.


} '

S t


,_. MARCH 24 1933. l

I that are holdin' stock in some oil
The Clewiston News LEARNING THE CABINET company. You'll go right on payin' ;

A good many years ago, and no t::1' TOO LATE TOCLASSZFY ,k : BY just as much for your gas, and you ,; .' .
In Clewiston r .
Published Friday
every ; will have to hunt a long while to ;
so long at that, when we were firs t t RUSSELL KAY
Florida by the CLEWISTON NEWS, : ". '
\ of state revenue
trying to learn the why's and where : find any other form
fore's of our national governmen t that will be as practical and pain- :, :

we learned a little word, which 01 I. less. ;: ':
Entered as second class matter first appearance did not mean any It looks like Dave meant what he logical if you stop there and don't I Now the allocation of the gas tax ., .-1 t '
February 1. 1927, at the Post Office said about not wantin' "lobby further with it. ';:
thing, but which was a key to the. any go any is somethin' else. I'm not talkin' :;':
at Clewiston, Florida, under the- Act order of presidential succession, o f llzzards" under foot up here during But let me tell you a little secret.If about that. But before you go hog ;;-.:

of March 3, 1897.A the members of the president's cabi the coming session of the legisla- we were to reduce the gas tax wild on this "reduce the gas tax" ';

net. This little word, known technically ture. Anyhow he's passed out an- to six, or even three, cents it would gag take yourself over in a corner \ '

newspaper devoted to the best i as an "acrostic" was : "St, other gentle 'hint that the place for not help the poor dumb taxpayersa and do some first class thinkin' and

Interests of Hendry County, Florida.Its Wapniac, L." which recalled to ou state and county officials is at home cockeyed bit. But, oh man! whata see if you don't get a different ans-
leading norrapaper. plastic mind the following succes tendin' to the particular little job swell break for the big oil com- wer.

sion of the cabinet officers: State, you and I are payin' 'em to do, and panies..

Subscription rate: per year ....-$2.00( Treasury, War, Attorney General, not up in Tallahassee playin' pussy- Do you think the gas stations
Postmaster General Navy Interior wants-a-corner all over the capital would be sellin' us joy juice at eightor NOTICE OF APPLICATION) r
of of Florida __..2.60 '
Outside State
Agriculture, Commerce, and Labor. building. ten cents 'a gallon today if there FOR TAX DEED

Advertising rates furnished on ap Many is the time the recalling ot Of course we can't really blame was no ''tax? Don't be silly! They
the boys for wantin' to throw would soak as much as
plication. that word has helped bridge a gap some you you pay is
Notice hereby given, that Fos-
between the r examination questionand kind of a guard around their little now only the money would go to
ter Meredith, holder of part or tax .
a passing grade on a civics ex- gravy bowls, but seein' we've goneon pay extra dividends to stockholdersand ..,'
certificate No. 1042, dated the 7th -
Business offIce. Clewiston News, am. ahead and elected a flock of sen- not to the state for your bene-
Clewteion, Florida. Editorial and day of July, A. D. 1930, has filed
ators and representatives to take
Although we are now out of schoolwe -
offceand made
said certificate in
Advertising, same. still feel a keen enough interest care of our"little playhouse up here right, you don't know I am a my
for tax deed to issues
in government to try to keep abreast this might be a good time to let 'em liar, but you think I am. Get out application
thereon in accordance with law.
Telephone 339 of the times, and with the appointments alone and keep out of their way. your pencil and paper and do a lit- Said certificate embraces the follow-

of Roosevelt's cabinet, we have They've_,got a hard job as it is tle checking. How much more are
situated In
concocted another acrostic in order without bein messed up with a flockof you payin' for gas now, than you ing described property
Querry: If Kentucky ever had a Hendry County, Florida, to-wIt:
that we may remember the cabinet lobby lizzards trailin' 'em every- paid before we had the eight cents
war, from where would the privatesand officers of the "New Deal" admin- where they go and yapipn' at their tax? Go back a few years and see Lots 14, 15, 16, Block 412 ,

non-coms C come? ,. istration. heels. If ,there was ever a time what gas cost the consumer then. Clewiston.The J

This acrostic is an exclamatory when a; legislator ought to be allowed You'll; find that it's the oil companies assessment as said property '",

Would you call the boot-legger a sentence indicative of the times. The to do his own thinkin' and make that have been payin' the gas under the said certificate issued was "

public utility just because he-keeps sentence is "How Well Does Cour- up his own mind, it's right now. If tax, not you. If you'll prick up your in the name of A. J. Wilder. .,

the town: lit up? I age Fit, Since In Washington Roose- any of 'enrfind they need help, it'll ears and do //some pokin' around i Unless said certificate shall be re-

velt Presides!" be plenty time enuogh to start pass- you'll find that the oil companiesare deemed according to law, tax deed ': '; '
Under Landis' latest ruling we in' it out 'when ask for it. the that rarin' to have
they are
If you are interested you, too may ones will issue thereon on the 17th day .. d1t
can change the old familiar joke, But the other hand if there's the tax reduced. '
learn it and apply it as follows: on gas of April, A. D. 1933. H
"What, no soap," to "What, no beer"The any group of, sheriffs, or county
Of course I can't prove it, but Dated this 17th day of March, A. ;
How Hull clerks, or, other officials, that was I'm willin' to bet that if the legisla- D. 1933.
three R's used to be the pub- Well Woodin plannin' to come up here and ask Hull
ture is dumb enough to reduce the (Seal) William T. ,
lic's chief interest, but now it's the the legislature to reduce their feesor
Does Dern gas tax during the coming sessionit Clerk of Circuit Court Hendry
three B's: Beer, Bonus and Budget. cut their salaries, well they can won't Florida
Courage CummingsFit help 'anybody but the guys 3-17124130.| | 4-7114.| County
count on my help.I .
Women claim to be the backboneof Farley !

the race, but even at that there'sno Since SwansonIn heard a fellow snappin' his

need' for them to display so muchof Ickes teeth and frothin' at the mouth the

it. Washington Wallace other day about reducin' the gas
.----- tax. To hear the poor sap talk you
"This new deal," said a fellow who Roosevelt Roper would think he was actually payin'it. FARM LANDSFOR

couldn't draw anything yesterday, PresidesPerkins .

"must be strip poker.Ft.. Myers If you do your thinkin' with one
By Icaring these little acrostics
News-Press: brain cell, all you can see is the
and with a very little study to im-
amount of your tax-eight cents.
press the names of the cabinet of-
Roe Pulkerson says: "The devil Then you start chewin' a pencil and ;
ficers, it's a cinch to be able to
finds work for idle hands to do- drawin' on your imagination about
tell your friends the positions in thepresident's
jig-saw puzzles, solitaire and cross- all that jack comin' out of the tax-
word puzzles for instance cabinet as well as the payers' pockets. It does seem kinda
order of succession. Remember the SPRING CROPS

In a few years there will be script two things: "St. Wapniac, L," and

collectors to rival the stamp collectors "How well does courage fit sincein of citrus and there is no reason why

in bothering you for a few Washington Roosevelt presides." lie section about Clewiston could \
That's all there is to it.
"worthless" pieces. Simple, not be put to lime cultute. With
isn't it?
limes producing more juice than do

The Columbia (S. C.) State defines lemons, growing more abundantly,,
an expert as a man who can THAT DELAYED AUDIT and with lemons averaging 35 cents I The Clewiston Co.

explain anything so plainly that no- per _dozen, some good horticulturist
body can understand it. This is March. The new officers of will come along some day and make .

the county took office in January, this a lime producing section. It

Can you blame a man for not three month ago, and one of the first has been shown that it can be done.

thinking more of his radio than of things brought to the new commis- Advertising limes as a rival of lem- .

his wife when you consider he gets sioners attention was an apparent ons will turn the trick.Who's .

less interference, from the radio? shortage in the accounts of JamesL. !:Ii!: iY;!: !: !:liRfifi! !: !fifiFi! !: ;!fi !:filifififi!: !: !: Y !:fi ',;
i Taylor; former tax collector. This
By reading the northern papers, :report was made to the county 'commissioners m mm

we 'see spring is officially here, but t by Frank Dougherty, tax
judging from Florida weather, spring collector..No audit has been "A South Florida newspaper pro- What We Do Y;
pounds the question: "Which is the
hasn't been anywhere yet, it's still made of the accounts to determine
prettiest of the smaller towns in the
here. whether the allegation is true or
false. state?" !fi With Your Money

What's in a name? The old I We would publicly commend Dave "The following have all passed the .

Dutch translation of Roosevelt is Alston, commissioner from Clewistonfor pretty stage, each one in itself is E

"Bed of Roses," but Franklin can't his active part in trying to get beautiful: Orlando, Sanford, Daytona y;

say he's in one-unless he means this audit made. When the reportwas Beach, DeLand, St. Augustine, I

the thorns.If first made, it was Alston who be- Ocala, Ft. Lauderdale, Lakeland, Ft. !:fi

gan the fight for an audit, and it I Myers, Sarasota, Bradenton, Eustis, I y;

your jig-saw puzzle won't come has been at his suggestion at each Lake Worth Lake Wales, Winter L In 'order to give you a true picture of the Building and Y;
Haven, Mount Dora Tarpon Springs, Loan business, it is necessary to tell you how we loan the
out even get mad and bite a piece meeting since then that some action !
j funds of our stockholders invested with us. Building and ;;n
out of the table and make it fit. be taken to prod the state department Clearwater, Gainesville, Avon Park,
1i Loan Associations ar-e governed by State laws which direct !Ii
It's about time the kids began to action. A charge of short- Sebring and Tallahassee."We how we may invest these funds. :
kiting around.It age in county funds is a serious af- modestly placed Tallahassee :;j : !:

fair and should not be dilly-dallied last, but when one considers thatit O J'

looks like the tax axe is "axu- about for three months before an au- has all the attractions of the
ally" falling. Roosevelt announceshe dit is made. And yet that is the towns: named, and the additional attractions !fi We make loans only on first mortgage real estate secur-
; ity and are not permitted to buy or sell mortgages. All
Y we
expects to lop off half a billion fact in this case. of the public buildings of
u:: loans are repaid monthly, both interest and principalmakingour
and Sholtz' message calls for a 25 We know that the auditing depart- the state, and the Florida State College -
security better with each monthly payment.
per cent reduction in state taxes.A ment is busy with accounts at the for Women, with its eighteen

state capitol, and yet we cannot be- hundred beauties, we think it takes .
burglar out Rapid City was lieve that a delay of three monthsis the cake," says the Tallahassee Dem-

so incensed over failing to get into necessary . especially whena ocrat. aft The monthly payment loan makes for safety It permits Yi
a house that he wrote the board of shortage is alleged. The governorand Granted that, each of the above !:Ii )lace to live in than he could possibly afford to rent. The
the small wage'earner to control
actually better
health that he had found another the state's attorney have been listed towns have some points of own and a
small monthly payments, including taxes, are in many instances I
guy sleeping with his window shut.: notified and a reply from the gov- beauty; all of Florida has them, we !EFi less than the property would rent for.
Telegraph World.Pedestrians ernor that the audit would be made cannot sit idly by and'agree that :

"as soon as possible" has been re- the prize for the most beautiful !

are adjured to step ceived We would like to see this small city in the state should go i !:fi
{ with circumspection in these fair matter thtfashed out without fur- very far from us. Clewiston is unique Building and Loan Associations have not only solved
cities, says an advertisement for a ther delay. in'its location, being the only ;;n the problem of how to loan money on small monthly pay- !:Ii

Jacksonville taxi company. Whichis Looking at, it from another stand- city on Lake Okeechobee which is onan !:fi ments, but also how to collect this money without working Y;
L a hardship on the borrower. Consequently these associationshave
another way of saying "Watch point. Jim Taylor, the person whose open lake front. Clewiston has a remarkable record of low percentage of foreclosures.
I Your Step." accounts are said to be short, says the attractions of the fertile muck

he will welcome an audit of his land on all sides,_without the inconveniences 8

That Smith county farmer who accounts, and it is unfair to him- of having been built: on
complained because it,took 500 bush- to the county.and to the public to the unsubstantial muck soil. Clew- !:Ii Become a stockholder in Clewiston Home Building Asso- !:

els of corn to pay for a set of false delay this audit over a longer period iston, with its thousands of Australian !Ii ciation and let them take care of the lending and collectingof ffiffi!:
teeth could have bought a feed than is absolutely necessary. pines bordering its streets'and your money and their capable organization: will return to
!:fi you the largest dividends consistent with safety and no worry !:
grinder cheaper and lived on mush. Therefore, it seems useless to de- even the main highway handsomelyined L' to you. Hiffi

-Newton (Kan.) Journal. lay the audit longer. with these tall stately trees, ffiffi

together with hundreds of royal

Guess the taste for the style of PERSIAN; LIMES palms planted about its parkwaysand CD

hats some women wear has to be acquired on lawns of Clewiston homes, ififfi:j

like a taste for olives, opines Persian limes are seen as a summer gives a beautiful and lasting impression '
tl the Times-Union philosopher. But cash crop for southwest Floridafor upon all those who have !::5 .

maybe they wear them like a boy which a market exists which seen it.The m Clewiston! Home m.

eats his spinach-because, he has to. has never been glutted. C. S. Kep- only thing needed to make

ler, citrus grower of Fort Myers, lewiston the city with all possible
Little Willie came home and told says he was told by one of the lead- attractions of a typical Florida cityIs HiHi

his father he had had trouble with Ing fruit importers of New York the absence of the ocean waves and I Association
dispepsia in school. His father was while visiting that city recently, that the salty zephyrs exhilerating the :

surprised at the youth's health but the present supply does not and will air. So realizing that one cannot .

was promptly told that the trouble not for years, equal the demand. have everything we are content with

was in the spelling and not in the The Redlands district of the East the bountifullness of nature and man m
having of the disease coast are ranking 'in the production hero. YfiYYYY; ; Y; YYYYYY; ;!: iY;! ;




-----.----_., .. ,
'-- ----
Judge John J. Maher, Chet Cahn HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES
and Ted Kussick, of Detroit, were 'ttubap 'tboot --.-- CONGRESSMEN
l Personal I ad Mrs.
guests of Mr. M. E. VonMach Food
i' Family Supply Congressman J. Hardin Petersonof
r here yesterday. Judge Maher is a
E .,.. bon Planning the' food supply needed to Lakeland, whose district includes
brother' of Mrs. VonMach.Mrs. maintain health
family is a suggested
j j. D Lynn, of I't Myers was hereon adjustment for the farm home for Glades and Hendry counties, a portion -

I business Wednesday. G. O. Wallace, Mrs. R. 1 I. 19.. The largest expenditure for the of the Everglades, has been assigned .

I :. __ Hare, and Alden Wallace were in Subject: Review of Quarter's les home is for food and the most effec- to the House committee on
r''a. West Palm Beach Saturday where tive way of reducing the cost is
of Pahokee
Carl Johnson, spent initiation and reclamation.
sons.During HP suc-
the have stud- through improvement in the
here visiting friends. Alden went to take the entrance examination quarter' we methodof
Wednesday for the C. M. T. C. camp. ied some of the important events of providing food. The Extension ceeds Herbert J. Drane as represen-
Christ's ministry up to one year be- Service has long emphasized the tative in Congress from the fifth
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Godfrey were fore his death. The baptism of Je- value of live-at-home program,
t! visitors in West Paint Beach, Sun- W. G. Stovall, of Pahokee, mana- sus occurred in January of A. D. both as an economical method of se- Florida district. Congressman Drane

7 day., ger of the All-Everglades Fair, whichis 27-possibly a month earlier. The curing well-balanced diet and as a'' exerted himself with succes for an

T to held in Pahokee early next feeding of the five thousand was in means of releasing funds for the appropriation for the improvement

Mr. and Mrs. C.C.. Klutts, of month was here yesterday in the interest April, A. D. 29, the crucifixion beingone purchase of goods that cannot be
of the Fair. year later. produced at home. This service has of Caloosahatchee river, which is
Moore Haven were business visitors
The purpose of these reviews is been a help' to the farm household wholly within the district he repre-

here Tuesday.Dr. William Hooks, who is trying out to give the most information and in formulating and carrying out the sented, this river being a section of
greatest benefits obtainable from details of a food supply plan. Many the cross state waterway in connect.,
B. H Thomas, of Canal Point, for a place with the Philadelphia the lessons. The books give several families have been able to maintainand ion with Lake Okeechobee and
'' af- Athletics, at Ft. Myers, spent Sun- even to raise their
was here on business 'Tuesday methods for this quarter's review.If neutritional Lucie Canal. As
ternoon.Mr. day here with his parents Mr. and carefully read and thought over, standards in the face of the emer- a member of the
) Mrs. W. W. Hooks. the following outline will benefit youit gency by carrying out a food pro- on irrigation and reclamation

Dan Deckman of gives, for each lesson, the duction program planned to fit their the new congressman Petersonis
and Mrs. ,
meaning or of Christainity needs. in position to continue the good
friends in Mrs. J. S. Willingham and Mrs. purpose ;
South Bay, were visiting
Wednesday Walter Jenkins and Miss Hazel Mc- and the great Sentences, thus: Long-time planning is necessary to work done by Mr. Drane.
Clewiston Lesson Christianity as God's make appreciable changes in food. Congressman Robert, A. Green of
Auley, of Moore Haven were guestsof
plan for the world; John the Bap- production practices. Aside from the second Florida district was madea
E. L. Stallings, of LaBelle, county Mrs. Roy Alston Wednesday. tist; Jesus was the Messiah foretoldin quick-growing vegetables, the production i member of the committee on rivers

school superintendent, was here on prophecy; Jesus was the belovedson of foods which enter into a I and harbors, a committee that has
business Wednesday.Miss Among Clewiston folk in Alva last of God; Make ye ready the way well-planned diet requires considerable i much to do with matters with which
Thursday night to witness the bas- of the Lord; The baptisim of repentance capital investment and often
unto the remission of sins 'He several months must elapse before the residents of the Everglades and
Oretha,Thompson, of Pahokee ketball tournament were: Mrs. A. O. ; I"
shall baptize in the Holy Spirit the food products are available for the Lake Okeechobee region are
Ward you ;
fried in Clewiston Sun- Mrs. R. George, Prof. M. G. I I
;[Visited consumption. The ,.concerned. :Mr. Green
Thou art ,my beloved son. year 1933 will un- comes from
Langford, Prof. L. P Elam, and Miss '
,day. Lesson Christianity as Seeking doubtedly see still more farm families Starke, in Bradford county.J. .
Roberta George, Miss Louise Wal- 'I
Souls for God; Herod Antipas, Her- mobilizing their resources accord I Mark Wilcox of West Palm
'R. L. Murray, of Arcadia, a former dron, Miss Mary Bush, Miss Betty odias Peter, Andrew, John, James, ing to a plan suited to their indi- ''''Beach, who defeated Ruth Bryan

Clewiston business man, was hereon Spicer, Miss Vesta Allen, Miss Evelyn I Zebedee; Jesus was tempted as other vidual needs to increase the home i Owen t has been assigned to the
business'' yesterday.J. Hare, Bobby Hare, Edward Ward, men, but overcame the devil; Jesus production of their food supply for
committees the
Bob Mitchell, Van Bush, Merrell bade men repent and believe; Jesus the entire year. In many sections of on revision of the

: ? J. L. Taylor and M. M. Taylor, of Lowe, Eddie .Clarke, and Halson A- bade his followers win other follow:' Florida this will entail greater em- laws, public buildings' and grounds,
vant ers; the kingdom of God Is at hand; phasis on garden, orchard, dairy and census.
Felda, were in Clewiston' on busi- Repent ye, and believe in the gospel; poultry and livestock enterprises Joe Sears, congressman at large,

ness Thursday morning. Come ye after me, and I will make than heretofore. It will also require was put' on the committee on naval

FLOWER GROWING IS you to become fishers 'of men; following a well organized plan of affairs. Joe, however, is a sick ,man,
. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Beardsley were SATISFYING EFFORT Lesson 3-Christianity as helpingmen producing, canning and storing in or- an invalid, suffering from maladies

i in Moore Haven on business Wed- DURING DEPRESSION out of their troubles; The Cap' der that leafy and other green vegetables that prevent him from voting on
as red tomatoes and
nesday. ernaum demoniac; Simon's mother- yellow
S. By Spuds Johnson in-law; Jesus drives evil spirits out carrots with their supply of vitamins important measures and unless a
and minerals, and roasts, stews miraculous cure is effected he isn't
: Mrs. W. W. Hooks, and Mrs. C. W. Leading seedsmen say that their of men; Jesus heals sick bodies as
sales of flower seeds have well as sick souls; He taught themas chickens, and sop stock, will appearon lik'ely to be of much use .as a con-
r. held
McDonald visiting friends in up
were '
Hold the table the year around. gressman from Florida-Canal Point
remarkably well having authority; thy peace
as compared to sale
Ft Myers, Wednesday of vegetable seed during the present and come out of him. -Anna Mae Sikes, News.Clewiston .

E'[:. \, depression. "I read and hear so muchof Lesson 4-Christianity'' as salva-.
E. G. //Kilpatrick, D. W. Crocker, sadness and depression I want a tion from sin; Four friends of a par-

r : and Joh'nnie Thomas, of Pahokee change.want to see something alytic; The Capernaum paralytic;
i were visitors in Clewiston Sunday. beautiful and cheerful occasionally," The critical Pharisees; Jesus is the

the people seem to be saying. "I only saviour from sin; A man sick

Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Nielsen, W. S. know you can't eat flowers, but ,of palsy, borne of four; Son, they
Cowart, and F W Folsom spent Sun- there is just as much need of food sins are forgiven; The Son of man
day in Miami visiting friends. for the souls as for the body," they hath authority on earth to forgive
continue, and so they plant their sins.
flower seeds and set their rose bushes Lesson 5-Christianity and Sab-
Miss Mary Kline and Miss Mig- and their shrubbery. bath observance; The man with a flaIl Course

none StMartin spent the week end at Vegetables gardens, it is true, withered hand; Matthew; Obscure
their homes ''in West Palm Beach.G. should be grown and perhaps should members of the Twelve; Jesus is the

be given first consideration, but Lord of the Sabbath, which should

B. Clinch, representative of the flower gardens are commendable and be spent as he desires; The Sabbath

Gulf Refining company of Tampawas should be planted in increasing numbers was made for man, and not man for ,
throughout Florida. In fact the the Sabbath; The Son of,man is Lord
a visitor in Clewiston on busi- Open
ness name' "Florida" means land of flow- even' of the Sabbath. \
Monday. ers. Plenty of them should be grown Lesson 6-Christianity promoted
f in the state. Hillard has said: "The by select leaders; Jesus' chooses his ". to thePublic ,. .:..,
D. O. Drake, district superintendent instinctive and universal taste of special friends and assistants; Jesus

: i\ of the Western Union telegraph mankind selects flowers for the expression sends men forth to win ''the' world; .;:, .
company was here on business Mon- of its finest sympathies, He calleth unto him whom he him- .. .J :.
'" i' day. His home is in 'Birmingham. their beauty and fleetingness serving self would. .:

--.-- to make them the most fittingsymbols Lesson 7-Christianity promotedby
of those delicate sentiments earnest listening; Jesus commands -
P. M. Jacobsen of
was for which language seems almost too' men to drive evil out of their
in Clewiston a short time Monday gross a medium." hearts and give earnest attention to Moderate Green Fees

;, night visiting his daughter, Miss It is fitting then, that people make spiritual affairs; The sower soweth .
Ulla Jacobsen. every effort to grow vegetables to the word; Satan taketh away the

supply their own need, and everybody word. They bear fruit, thirty-fold, Exceptional FairwaysInteresting

R. H. Beach, of Waltersboro, S. C., 1 who can, possibly do so plant and sixtyfold and a hundredfold.

and Gerton Brewster, of Tampa, flowers and ornamentals, to the 'end Lesson 8-Christianity growing II
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. that Florida will be made more beautiful slowly but surely; Jesus takes small GreensThe
and more attractive. Flower things and makes them great;' Jesus -
Avant the week
over end. growing will be satisfying to the gardener expects his kingdom to expand from
,,' .---- and wide-spread beauty result little 2 beginnings; Take heed whatye

Parker Wilson and A. L. Hackett ing from flowers growing throughout hear; With what measure ye mete Most Popular Recreation
motored to West Palm Beach Sun the state will result in tourists being it shall be measured unto you; First

day to see the Athletics-House of attracted to the state in larger the blade, then the ear, then the full Center in ClewistonCLEWISTON
David exhibition baseball game. and larger numbers. grain in the ear; The kingdom of

Fortunately, there are a numberof God is like a grain of Mustard. seed. 4I J

: Mrs. W. A. Davis,. Mrs., George A. flowers that can be grown here. Lesson 9-Christianity opposing _
In addition to the flowers there the powers of evil; The Gadarene m
Heinz, and Mrs G. F Terrill '
were y
many shrubs and many ornamentals demoniac; Jesus can calm all the -i----:
shopping in West
'Beach Wed
'plants which add beauty to the land storms of life; Jesus can subduethe
nesdayLt. scape, either in the home surroundings most "iolent'passions; He said _->-.c.l..._-__ __ __

t;... r-- or in the garden. The Agricul unto the sea, Peace, be still; Why
M. L. Hemenway, of the U.S. tural Extension Service at Gainesville are ye fearful? have, ye not yet .I'IIIII IIIIIIIIIIIII! IHIIIIIIIIIII il '! :: lil ITi 1 111ii} IIIIIIIIIIIII'f1' lm'' "lTrfi mrm J

,Engineer's office of ''Jacksonville was has some interesting bulletins on faith? Go, to thy house unto thy 1-

in Clewiston on official business sev flowers; shrubs and vines, and the friends, and tell them how great
College of '' things the Lord hath done for thee.
eral days this week.J. Agriculture is 'giving a DAIRYMILK
series of radio talks on ornamentalseach Lesson Christianity giving
week W R life and health; Jairus; The woman I
over U F, W J A X,
Erwin Davis, of Albany, Ga., WQAM and WDAE. These talks contain who touched Christ's robe; Jesus is
Ed Allen and M. H. Dorsett of Jack I information of interest' and value always ready to answer calls for

sonville, were visitors in Clewiston to people endeavoring. to grow help; Jesus responds to the least )

Wednesday and Thursday.Mr. I ornamentals. touch of faith; Jesus is the Lord ,4 '
of life; If l'but touch his garments, 1n1I "

and Mrs.. H. J. Green of Plant I I shall be made whole; Daughter, ,

City, and Miss, Eva Mae Green of' [1&----. they faith hath made thee whole; The Nation's BiggesE; Asset- '

/ Moore Haven, were guests of Mr. and Fear not, only believe; The Childis
Mrs. not dead, but sleepeth; Damsel, .
Koy( Green here Sunday.
I say unto thee, Arise. THE DADDIES
Lesson 11 I
-Christianity giving
Mrs. Harry Leyland and her dau- The plenty and happiness; The lad with I

ghter, Barbara, Mrs. C. W. Hendryand the lunch; Jesus is able to use our Give them all the milk they want.

children, Charles and Gloria, smallest resources to great ends;
I Milk is availabe for School Children
all of Ft. Myers, were Sunday guestsof Jesus is the Bread of Life; Comeye every i

Mr. an\ Mrs. A. V. Lill. WatanabeServes' yourselves apart into a desert noon at Domestic Science Room
A place, and rest awhile; He had com- !
passion on them, because
: Mr. and Mrs. F. Deane Duff were they were

visitors in Tallahassee over the week Give as sheep ye them not to having eat. a Shepherd; If your child does not like raw milk, try

end where Mr. Duff went to attend the Most Lesson 12-Christianity teaching our CHOCOLATE MILK

;t a meeting of the Okeechobee Flood temperance and self-control; Jesus

Control board. I Unusual Delicious bids men control their evil desires

and subdue all intemperances; At f Good for Grown-ups too!
Miss Eleanor Wintle spent Sun Chicken Dinner last it biteth like a serpent, and
stingeth like adder
an The
; crownof
day and Monday at her home in Ft.
pride of the drunkards of Eph- j .
fJI1j. .Myers. She returned Monday night Every SundayFor raim shall be trodden under foot; '
accompanied by' :Miss Eloise Fox- They drank wine, and praised the

worthy, and Joe Ansley and Floyd gods of gold, and of silver, of brass, I
." Ellis. Only50c of iron, of wood and of stone. CLEWISTON DAIRY CO.

'. ____u____ ,

<, Mrs j F. Deane Duff and Mrs. G. B. ASTHMA SUFFERERS
Telephone 333
Rackstraw and Mrs. W. C. Owen "Azmaria" Is a new and effective

were in Moore Haven Wednesday l German remedy for Asthma. Fur- 1- !
where they acted as a committee of ther information may be had in

judges for lawns entered in the Wo Dowd's Drug Store, Moore Haven,

man's club beautification contest of Florida, or from The Azmarln Co.,
,i\ that place. II. _--II Miami, Florida. .:I llInllllnlll IIII II !!.tllull: mILR HlQ/m(/! III !! .



\ f r

) I


--- --- -- -- -' --

,huge project now under way in the (SCHOOL CHECKS TO BEMAILED --I vised General Statutes of Florida applicable fers, for the assets and properties
} to said District and valida- of said Clewistxm Building Material '
QKXK CLOSING t SPANNED E\erfilades. Young told the board OUT, SOON
/ and to 1 sold aforesaid
the district expects to pay $50,000 ting certain doings proceedingsof Company >o as ;
the Board of Supervisors of said are directed and required to submit
by June 1, and another installment In a dispatch bearing a Tallahassee (
District. their said proposals in writing, directed
BY SHOL1'ZContinued
$100,000 by June 30, 1934. date line it was announced late DATED, this March 15, 1933.J. ,to T. W. Weeks, Receiver,

last week that checks totalling $312- B. Jeffries, and all such proposals must be filed
026 were being mailed to the var- President Board of Supervisors. with and in the hands of said Re- '

( from page 1) APRIL 7th ious Florida counties, to aid in financing ceiver at o-r before ten o'clock in i,

effort is being exhausted by local the free school systems of the forenoon upon the 4th day of -

authorities In charge of the schoolsto (Continued from page 1) the state. CLEWISTON BUILDING April, 1933:.

keep them open. I have yet to this week which adds the name ot The state funds were derived from MATERIAL COMPANY All persons desiring to submit ,

find any school board members giv- Alden Wallace to the cast in placeof proposals ,:for the assets and proper-
the following sources: One mill ad-
ing up their $100 a month in the Miss Eunice Meredith. Whether Notice of final hearing, and requir- ties directed to be sold may secure
valorem tax $2,818.86 interest
counties where they draw $100 a young Wallace is to play a femin- ; on ing creditors to present ,claims, further and detailed informationwith ... I

month. I have yet to see a county ine role or whether other shifts in invested school funds, $10,733,35; and for proposals for the purchase respect to such assets upon ( ,
net receipts from motor vehicle licenses of certain assets of said Clewiston application to the Receiver at his L'\. "
superintendent of education givingup the characters' part were made, was ,
issued $298,473.99.The Building Material Company.To office aforesaid. I
their secretaries and junior and not made known by the president of
state superintendent said the ,The Receiver will, at the time fL'1 1
senior high school principals givingup the dramatic club. He only said checks would: be sent out as 'soon as all Creditors and Stockholders ed for final hearing of said cause, \
their secretaries neither have the that the cast ready to put the
was possible. til Clewiston Building Material as herein stated, present his report ;
(school board's attorneys sacrificed show on for the Community Chest Company, and all other persons interested to the Court showing the proposals ,;

their fees to keep the schools open. and that young Wallace had been : received for the purchase of said 1

"I have yet to see any real efforts added to the list of" characters, eachof Tallahassee, March 24-The third Pursuant to the provisions of an properties and assets, and with the I

made to economize in those countiesin whom is a local favorite on the death warrant, to. be signed by Governor order of the Circuit Court of Hen- recommendations of said Receiver :

Sholtz within a week calls for dry, County Florida in Chancery as to which of such proposals, if :
order to keep the schools open, stage. The play is being coached by '
but nevertheless the propaganda,goes Mrs. Marjorie Wallace, who was the the electrocution of Will James, Ma- entered upon March 10th, 1933, in any, shoiild be accepted, and at said
rion county sentenced to deatha therein entitled time and place the Court will hear
negro a cause pending,
in the formation of
on and on that schools will be closed guiding spirit
for "The Old National Bank of Fort any objections which may be madeto
year ago criminally attackinga
because we do not have enough the Ham Club here nearly two years the report of such Receiver.
77 year old white woman. The Wayne, Indiana, a national banking
money. ago.The warrant the execution of corporation, et 'al., Plaintiffs, v. Dated this 10th day of March, .
"The fault lies directly in the fact next play to be staged by: sets James Clewifston Building Material Com- 1933. '

that there is no direct supervisionover the, Ham Club will be "As You Like i for the week of March 27. pany, a corporation, Defendant," no- T. W. WEEKS, Receiver 1'

the school system of the state. It," based on the original Shakespeare tice is hereby given to all creditorsand Clewiston, Florida.

Give the state board of public instruction comedy and will be given for NOTICE OF APPLICATION stockholders of said Clewiston March 1T2431.Everglades.

full authority to supervise i the benefit of the Clewiston school. Building Material Company, and to
all other interested
these local school expenditures so I It is planned to stage this comedy FOR TAX DEED persons :
1. That the plaintiffs in said cause
that waste may be stopped and essentials early in the month of May. Mostof
have filed a petition for a final decree ,
the characters if not'all will NOTICE IS HEREBY
of education provided and be I GIVEN, therein, and that said petitionwill

I have every reason to believe that students of the local school, who are That F.J.Haggau, holder' of Tax Cer- be heard and said cause will

nine months schooling with teachers members of the club. ,It, too, will tificate No. 883, ,dated the 7th day come on for final hearing upon the

being paid adequately for their ser- be directed by :Mrs. Wallace. of July, A. D. 1930, has filed said 11th day of April, 1933, at the hourof

vices can be provided," certificate in my office and made application ten o'clock in the forenoon, at Theatre
for tax deed to issue thereon 1'
GOLFERS ADVANCE TO SECOND the Courthouse in the City of Fort
in accordance with law. Said cer- Myers, Florida.
: tificate embraces the following described 2. That all creditors of the said

MOTOR COMPANY property situated in Hendry Clewiston Building Material Com-

t (Continued from page 1) County, Florida, to-wit: Lots 18 to pany, the defendant in said cause, FRIDAY SATURDAY
(Continued from page 1) to take on the winner of the Har- 22 Incl., Block 356, Clewiston. who have not heretofore filed their

that should, be sufficient proof of rington-Duff match which is to be The assessment of said property- claims- with the Receiver_ __ are___ _herebv__ AX ROHMER'SThe -

my firm belief in Clewiston's fu- played today or tomorrow. under the said certificate issued was required to file duly n.sworn statements Mask of

ture." During the past few weeks F. M. George of Canal Point, in the 'name of J. D. Gortalowsky. of their claims against the

f Mr. Kelly has made numerous trips drove over' for his scheduled match Unless said certificate shall be redeemed said Clewiston Building Material

over the state and he says that in with Shirley Bowden Sunday but according to law, tax deed Company with the undersigned Re- Fu Manchuwith

his opinion Clewiston is in better financial Bowden's absence the matchto will issue thereon on the 24th day ceiver, at the office of the Re-
gave of April, A. D. 1933. ceiver, in the City of Clewiston, :
condition than of them
George by default Dated this 24th day of March, A. Florida, on or before the 4th day of
and, presents a more favorable im- W. C. Owen took A. L. Hackettto D. 1933. April, 1933. Said statements'of -

mediate future than any of them. task and ended with a 2-1 win (SEAL) WILLIAM HULL, claim shall set forth, among other DORIS KARLOFF

He added that there are some good Saturday. Hackett used to be rated Clerk of, Circuit Court, things, the nature and amount of i Lewis Stone, Myrna Loy

business prospects in other Florida near the top in local golfers, but Hendry County, Florida the claim, amount and nature of any Karen, 'Morely and

cities also. his interest has been drawn to ten- M-2431.| A-7114121| | security or lien held by the claimantor Jean Hersholt

With the purchase of the majority nis for the past few 'months and to which the claimant is' or claims Don't miss this thrilling

stock Mr. the Clewiston to be entitled, and also any claim drama of the
by Kelly, his lack of practice is showed up in [mystery far
Motor Company was given the direct his rounds with Owen NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR to preference, or priority in paymentto least!
any other creditor of said cor-
factory: representation for L. 0., Vinson, by defeating Emmet TAX DEED, J' .
.-- poration. _, ," .' _. ., :
South Florida for the Caterpillar Shelley two and one is now moved Pursuant to the provisions of said

tractors. Heretofore the local dealer forward in the tournament to meet NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, order: all persons, firms, associations Sunday-Monday-Tuesday

; has been operating as a subdealer the winner of the Alston-Kelly go, that Bessie Schuck, holder of partof and corporations who have I
Tax certificate No. 1042 dated the not heretofore filed their claims Bo
for this tractor through the McDonald
which is to be played today or Sat- ,, .
Tractor and Equipment Company urday. 7th day of July, A. D. 1930, has fil- with the said Receiver and who I I CLf.R :
shall fail I to file their claims "Dynamite springer
of Orlando. The Motor Com- ed said certificate in my office and so 1
The winner of the Moran H. Blate
made application for tax deed to issue with the said Receiver on or beforethe' j primitive, vivid, irrepressi-
will continue sales
pany as general match will be pitted against Father thereon in accordance with law. said 4th day of April, 1933," ble. The impulsive heroine
I and service agent for the Chevrolet I Finnegan who gains his shall be forever barred and '
advanceS of
Thayer's soul
!:aid certificate embraces the following -
automobile and trucks. ment by having defeated H. Bestor ed from making or foreclos-I'I
, described property situated in I searching novel. She again
four up and two to go in the 18 claim against Clewiston '
Hendry County, Florida, to-wit: blazes forth on the motion '
j DRAINAGE BOARD STRESSES Material Company, and from partic- ;
hole match, played last week end. i ,., ,
ECONOMY Lots 12-13, Block 412, Clewiston. ipating in the assets or properties of picture screen to dim all
M. W. Bigg who entered the sec- .
The assessment of said property said corporation or the proceeds I other stars.
ond round by a default win over K. ,I .
(Continued from page 1) under the said certificate issued was I thereof, except upon further orderof -In-
Bowden of Moore Haven will meet
the Court in said granted
in the name of A. Wilder..
ty sales, under the new proposals. ,
Charlie Lovvorn this week end. entered for due shown
and cause Gall
Unless said certificate shall be llerSavlle'with
Governor Sholtz and the State
Lovvorn defeated
having A. N. Gall- and upon proper application.
Treasurer W. V. Knott, ex-officio redeemed according t olaw, tax deed
,and one up Sunday. 3. That all of the assets and
members of the board will issue thereon on the 10th dayof
of commissioners Hoomes Rich was boosted into the properties of Clewiston Building Material -

were strongly in favor of the second round by handing Ed Butlera ,April, A. D. 1933. Company (except'' cash in the Monroe Owsley, Gilbert

simplifying methods of collecting 5 and 3 defeat Sunday is slated Dated this ICth day of March, A. hands of the Receiver and bonds, Roland, Thelma Todd, Es-

delinquent taxes in the district. Mr. D. 1933. notes, or other securities except telle TaylorWednesday
to meet Hubert Land, who won out
notes evidences of debt incurredin
Knott said that in many instances ,
one up over B. C. Flaniken. the ordinary course of businessof 11
the cost of collecting was as much (.Seal) Clerk Circuit Court, -
Charlie Miner took Dr. Ezelle said corporation carried upon Thursday
as ten times the amount received. I down by a four-two score Sundayand Hendry County, Florida. its books of account and records as

I Sholtz intimated that he believed at will meet Bill Prewitt who was Mar. 10-17-24-31, Apr. 7. accounts and / or notes receivable) Mr.

least 20 per cent could be saved in awarded a' default over G. Small. consisting of a stock of building'materials George Arlissin ,

the new method of collection.The glass, plumbing supplies,
TI I FIRE DEPARTMENT IMPROVEMENT and other merchandise located at -
board instructed the
secre- In the second fthe Men's
tary to notify all county tax collectors tournament Victor flight Blate o I Ciewiston, Florida Feb. 21, 1933 the place of business of said corpor-
won over
ation in the City of Clewiston, Flor- TheKing's
Sealed proposals will be received by
in the district not to make
up Parker Wilson, three and two, and City Commission of the City of Clew- ida, and including, also, a certainlot
lists of delinquents until after the enters the semi finals against the Iston, .Florida at, the City Hall until or parcel of land, together with
5:00 P. M. Monday April 3, 1933. for
meeting of the legislature in April winner of the match being played be- furnishing all material and fire fighting the buildings and improvements Vacation

and May. A simplified tax plan tween C. V. Parkinson and E._ W. 'equipment necessary for the reduction thereon located, situate in the Coun-

was expected by that time. Digges. fourth of class fire to insurance second class rating for from all ty of Hendry, State of Florida, des- |See what happens when the 1f

Hills advised he believed taxes in Jimmy Harrington, handed Paul properties in* the City of Clewiston cribed as follows, to-wit: king who used to be a man "-
the district could be reduced with- within 400 feet of a canal or within Lots One (1) to Twelve (12),
Deam a three and two defeat and 500 feet of a fire hydrant Separate both inclusive, in 'Block 414, as becomes. the man who used

out impairing the district's obligation is slated to meet Bill Redelsheimerwho proposals may be submitted for new per General Plan of. Clewiston, :Jto be king!
to meet and for re-conditioned equipmentThe I 1
two-ninths of the cost
was moved up by an eight and right is reserved to reject any Florida, according to plat recorded : A Warner Brothers hit-
of the $9,000,000 flood control and six win over V. H. McCarter. or all bids 'and to waive formalitiesand in Plat Book 2, at pages direct from capacity run at
navigation project iIthe Lake to accept any bids that the Interest 7 to 14, inclusive, of the Public'
of the City of Clewiston may |Radio City Music, Hall, theworld's
Okeechobee region of the Ever- Tallahassee, March 24 Persons require. Records of Hendry County, Flo-
largest theatre.
glades.So hauling their own property in their R. 1*. PATTERSON. rida, I

far the district has paid the own trucks do not come under the Commissioner of Clewiston of Public Florida.Works and including all other property and I ,.
assets of said Clewiston
Federal Government less than $300- jurisdiction of the Florida Railroad M. W. BIGG. City Clerk Building
Feb. 24, :March 3101724. Material Company except those here- Matinee Sunday from 3pmMoney
000 on its $2,000,000 share of the Commission.
inabove specifically excepted, are I I
offered for sale and will be sold

J CAN SCHOOL COSTS BE REDUCED? Notice of Intention to Apply For under All persons the direction desiring of to said submit Court.of- IT'-O.- _.
of Local
I (Continued from page one) The Passage Special or

of which are on the, pay-roll for 12 months a year. These two twelve Legislation

months janitors are at the Clewiston and the LaBelle schools. The

Clewiston janitor is hired at a salary of $45 per month, and his job Notice is hereby given that at the
regular session of the Legislatureof
includes keeping the school building and the Home Economics building -
I and grounds in good condition. The salary is not too high. The the State of Florida, to'convene

f LaBelle janitor has two buildings and yards to keep up, for this he receives In the will month be made of April for,the 1933 passage, application of- or Your life

a salary of $80 par month. The Felda janitor receives $15 per
special or local legislation the substance -
month during the school year, which does not seem too much ,for the .
job. of which will be as follows: r ,
An Act relating to South Florida
Therefore, the total salaries for the janitors of the three schoolsis
Conservancy District; amedning sections LET ME INSURE BOTHIt's
$1500, which would leave $250 for janitors supplies, such as, disIn-
5, 6, 7, and 19 of Chapter
fectant, brooms, and gasoline for the lawn
power mowers.
13802, Laws of Florida, Acts of
' Another item which will bear'? a ,closer scruting is that of "Books 1929, relating to said South Florida better to insure now than to suffer the loss later.
and Class Room Supplies $800.00." From the information avail-
Conservancy District; Providing for Only sound and responsible companies'represented.
able yesterday it appears that only about $100 was spent and in the the levying of taxes or special assessments -
I tentative budget for the Clewiston school next listed.
year none was lands within said
If one hundred dollars is Y
sufficient for the Clewiston school, it does District for the year 1933 and subsequent -
not appear that $700 should be needed for the other two schools of
years; Fixing the time within Burgulary Life Automobile Fire
e the county. This is especially true since a sum of $2,000 was listedas which certain tax sale certificates Theft
"other purposes and excesses." Robbery Accident WindstormPAUL
issued for non-payment of taxes assessed -
I These are but a few of the items in
the "needs" for the schools by said District may be redeemed -
1 next year on which the knife of sensible economy should be used and ; Determining the amount of

much excess expenditure pruned from the cost of our schools. It is use- benefits which have accrued to certain REAM

less to add that unless some reduction is made in every part of the system lands within the District; Providing \

no school in the county can operate more than six or seven months methods whereby certain tax '

next year. sale certificates may be redeemedand Clewiston, Florida

j Let's get down to business and cut off some of the unnecessary expenditures certain taxes, may be paid; .

j of money. Taking certain sections of the Re-




f /