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 31, 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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System ID: UF00028415:00416
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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: INTEREST IS KEEN Call! to Colors Issued RICH AND PACE TO Burchard Leaves for Capital

', ;ft AS fi1EN'S ROUNDS For 1933 colorto Ball SeasonA BATTLE lN' FINALSMatched With Special Laws PlannedLee

call to all interestedin
r:e _
PROGRESS> IN GOLF the success of the Clewiston Cane : on even handicaps, nei- LONE REPUBLICAN: TIKES POST

Breakers was issued yesterday' by ther giving nor receiving strokes] Gives Figures On AS LAW-MAKER: FOR, THIS
Charlie Miner, business manager of Mrs. Hoomes Rich and Mrs. Evelyn COUNTYR.

SPRINR TOURNAMENT ENTRIES the athletic organization. Mr. Mineris Pace will meet about mid-week for Present Florida Banks
calling a meeting at the Clewiston
the finals in Clewiston's first 3011woman's
MOVE TOWARD FINALS IN Everette Burchard, Hendrycounty's
News office in the Hopkins building -
golf tournament Each of
representative in the 1933
MATCH PLAY Monday night for the purpose of devising Tallahassee March 30-
these ladies is playing consistent -According session of the Florida legislature,
ways and means for carrying golf, although each has been varying to a list from the office of Comp- and the only Republican member ot
The third round of the spring han- on the baseball team here duringthe above and below 125 for the past troller J. M. Lee, 60 state banks in... that body, left his home in LaBelle

dicap ..golf tournament :was ready coming season.It few weeks of the tournament when Florida closed during the interval Wednesday for the state'capital
'get under way this week with the is possible that the meetingwill the strain of approaching the cham- from January 1, 1930 to March 1, ,ed with three local bills of county-
posting of scores for the second round name new officers for the organ-
pionship of the first ladies' tourna- 1933. This record docs not include' wide import, and one dealing with
at the golf course. ization and will provide for ways of ment was borne down upon them. national banks which closed during the charter of the city of LaBelle. '
Leading the list of matches on carrying on the activity of the Cane Mrs. Rich yestesday defeated Mrs. that period. 13 of the 60 state
The four bills
are: to divert
a -
r" next week is the Tom I
for Breakers.
schedule banks The othersare '
were reopened.
: Phil Peterson 9-8 when Old Man of the county's share of the
Shelley-Earl Fontaine play. Shelley Last season the local baseball or- .
Jinx fillowed Mrs. Peterson about being liquidated.At
race track revenue to the general
,, having advanced by defeating Phil ganization met with singular success I the course, and each water hazard the present time there are 4D j j fund of the county schools;; to levy
Peterson 6-5 Sunday and Fontaine, and Mr. Miner said he had every I
seemed to open its mouthto
hungry national banks and 3 state banks la sales tax, not exceeding one per-
after an 18 hole tie with F. Deane reason to believe that the coming
swallow her bails, and each bunker operating in Florida as members of I cent, on all commodoties sold to
Duff was moved another notch up will as successful as
season prove
seemed to have a magnetic attraction the federal reserve system. There.: consumers in Hendry county, and to
the scale Wednesday when he got a the past. There are many new play-
for Mrs. Peterson's wood are 123 state banks which are nonmembers ,- :1 apply the proceeds to '!the 'school
3-2 win over Mr. Duff in the play- ers in Clewiston who were not on the ,
shots. of the federal'"reserve sys'fund; to place all county officers on
off.W. team last year, including Charles Mrs Rich, too, was slightly off her la'I salary and to abolish the presentI
r-. C. Owen and Dave Alston are Rholeder, who hails from Indiana, her and her tem.Of I
game, especially putting
fee of their and
the 123 state.,banks which were I system pay; the
(L paired for the third round, which is and who gave Clewiston baseball approaches. Mrs. Rich has played
closed during the "bank holiday"two fourth local bill, is to provide for
to be, played next week. Both of these fans a sample' of his twirling offer- consistent golf since the beginningof have closed since the order to I abolishing the corporate' charter of
golfers turned in 86's as their scores ings last' season when he met them the tournament and has put in
re-open and 32 have not been allowed the city of LaBelle.
Sunday as they defeated their op while playing for the Moore Haven hours I
many on course improvingher to reopen without state banking In an interview Tuesday the young
Owen's 86 him 3-2 outfit. I
ponents. gave a game. I
department restrictions. representative said it was not his
win over M. F. George of Pahokee, The meeting will be called at eight MTS. Pace also has been shooting [plan to introduce both bills dealing
Alston's him decisive o'clock in the Clewiston News office.It .
and a
gave consistently 'since the tournament,
i with the school revenue, but that if
victory of 8-7 over'L.. 0. Vinson. is open to everyone interested in and bids fair to make this finals PRISON MAY PLANT I the was successful in securing the

: _Owen's handicap' is listed at 19 and the success of the team.DEMOCRATS match one of the most interestingof (I I passage of one of them, and thati

t Alston's at 21. the ladies tournament. She was i would provide sufficient funds to
< Jay W. Moran, on a delayed play moved into the finals by defeating 2,000 ACRES CANE supplement: the amount 'the, schools
last week defeated Herbert} Blate MEET l Miss Kathryn Deam 6-4 Sunday i already get, he would not introduce

6-5, and then eked out a one-up win I No date has been set for the championship tfie other.

4 over Father Finnegan 'to advance WITH REPUBLICANThe I match, Mrs. Rich will be Tallahassee, March 30-The ,boardof Comity Officers SalariesHe
;1 : to the next position. This was out of town over the week-end: so commissioners of State institu- said he believed after careful

one of the closest matches of the entire it is probable that the match will be tions has approved a plan to plant i i Study( that the local bills would

tournament, not to end in a tie. Htendry: County Democratic played Wednesday afternoon. 150 acres to sugar cane at the Belle mean a great saving to the taxpayers -

Father Finnegan missed a short putton Executive committee was called in The tournament has done muchto Glade prison farm this year, as an I of the county.: According to his

the 18th' breen which would have session Tuesday night by Clarence stimulate interest in golf by the experiment.If proposal, the fees collected by the

tied the score. ,Moran next meetsM. Hubert, chairman, for the purpose of ladies of Clewiston, as is evidencedby the plan proves successful the I various county officers would be paid

W. Bigg, who was moved up Sun- confering with R'o Everette Burchard the increasing number playing the board will arrange for a later plant- into the general fund and the sal-

'day by a 2-1 win over C J. Lovvorn. Republican) representative of the local course. The interest has beenso ing of 2,000 acres of Everglades I aries paid from this fund. If the

Hoomes Rich cut his score downto county, prior to his leaving for the keen that Lloyd Sparrow, pro, is mucklands, which it is estimated, 'fees collected by the officers did not

104 Sunday when he trimmed state capital.Mr. planning another a short time after will require the labor of 1,400 con- provide sufficient revenue of them-

Hubert Land 1 up and now stands I Burchard requested the meet- the finals of this one are played. In victs. The state will take this con- I selves to pay the salaries of all the

ready to meet W. C. Prewitt, who ing of the committee in order that the meantime, he said, he will re- vict labor off the state highways and officers, the deficit would be made, up
handed Charlie Miner a 5-3 defeat. lie might present, to..themhis- program arrage-the handicap rating to keep thus 'provide employment -for free -from -funds already in the general

%-:": 'v"'Matches played late last, week include of legislative plans and to se- competition as keen as possible in labor. fund. If, on the other hand, the fees
F. Deane Duff and J. J. Har-
sure their sanction. the game.SHOLTZ'. If cane growing on an extensive should amount to more than the
:. rington, with Duff winning 3-1; and scale proves practical as a means of!salaries of the county officials, then,
Dave Alston-E. E. with Als-mem-ber I
ii': taking convicts off state roads and in that event, the surplus would stayin

jI-, r" (Continued ,on page 4)) 1 I Democratic body to go on record as MESSAGE placing thhem at work in the fields, the general fund.

Ji. 1 aiding a Republican representative, state legislative authority will be The annual salaries he proposedfor

Excursions but the committee worked on the sought to sell the cane grown to the county officers are as follows
i. theory that any matter brought \up sugar manufacturing interests. The :

I I Made by Coast Line which concerned Hendry county governor said he had reports from Sheriff $4,000.00

should have the backing of the peo- PROGRAM READY the ,state of Louisiana showing thata Clerk of court 2,800.00tax
11 ,
; ple as well as the representative." similar project was carried on in assessor 2,600.00Tax

The Atlantic Coast Line railroad, (Continued on page 4) that state with profit. collector 2,600.00

'" through Roy Green, local passenger WILL DELIVER MESSAGE APRIL State purchasing agent, T. Ed Supt. of schools 1,400.00

and freight agent, has announced a Arrests Are OrderedIn 4th; SAYS IS NOT TRYINGTO Bryan called the board's attention Registration officer 225.00
series of, excursions from Clewiston : to' the fact that a considerable sav- County comm'rs. 480.00

to eastern cities, at ,a rate ,of one Law ViolationTallahassee BE DICTATOR. (Continued on page 4) School ETd memb'rs 120.00
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cent 'per'mile. Each of which is payable in 12

According 'to the announcementmade Tallahassee, March 30GovernorDave equal installments per year.
this week by Mr. Green, the March 30th- Acting Sholtz will personally deliverhis Clerks Asked to Cut Mr.\ Burchard said he expected a

Coast Line will make special rates Motor Vehicle Commissioner George message to the 1933 legilature, state wide bill to be passed placing

Washington, New York, and ,At- Wilder announces that enforcement when it opens' here April 4th, for loans Mortgage Fees county officers of all the counties of

lantic City, and other points, the officers have been instructed to make its regular biennial session. Governor -: :the state on a salary basis, with the

; first of which will be open April arrests April 1, wherever car owners Sholtz will present a definite [salaries arranged on a sliding scale
14th and 15th. This special excur- have failed to obtain 1933 tags. program to the legislature and will Tallahassee, March 30-Clerks of according to population. In case
,; sion will be good for a round trip During March officials have been recommend that this program be car- the circuit courts throughout the j!this is passed, he intimated that he

"'; between those dates and April 22. giving most of their attention to a ried out, but will not attempt to run state have been asked by Governor i i!|would not introduce the one he Is

"a ti The railroad will also have spec- check of Florida cars, but beginning the legislature, he said. Sholtz to reduce recording fees on preparing:, concerning Hendry county
: a-mile April 1 driving cars bearing mortgages given in return for crop |!alone.
, ial Bent rates in May, July, persons The administration's legilative pro-
1932 tags from other states will loans from the federal government To Use One School Bill
October No-
August, September, and
gram, the governor said, will be directed I
." vember, Mr. Green said. b3 subject to arrest. Only two along two main lines-gov- to 50 cents. Regarding the revenue derived by

Another special trip the railroad states, the Commissioner stated, have ernmental economy and a solution of The governor said the Federal :the county from the race track receipts -

announces is to south-eastern'. points extended time for purchase of new the debt problem-both are 'designed crop loan officials in Washington i! he said he will ask for par'tof

including Washington, D. C., for tags beyond that date, Oklahoma and to achieve one objective: tax reduct- had called his attention to the fact this amount to be paid direct to

tI1 April 10 to 13 inclusive. Limit 16 Virginia. All others will be required ion. The debt problem, the gover- that some clerks have been charg'I''I'' the school funds, and the remainder

days. to purchase new tags. nor says, is the "crux" of all Flor- ing $1.50 for such recording )iI I (Continued on page 4)'

ida's private and public worries, and
the "real business before this legislative -

At Least One Attempt Will Be Made to I session." Adjustments mustbe Awards are Made at Flower and Vegetable I

II made, whereby these bond debts
: Consolidate Some of Florida's 67 Counties will be reduced to a point where a I Show by Garden Club for School Children
debtor will ,be able to pay and the
(Continued on page 4) -
At least one proposal :will be madein lands. Despite the postponement of the weeks, as the date for the flower
Martin, Okeechobee, St. Lucie, and Upper Glades Flower and Vegetable show drew nearer. They have watched -
the state legislature, which is to
Indian River. CROSS STATE ROAD Show in which the children of Clew and worked their little garden
convene in Tallahassee Tuesday, for
Manatee and Sarasota. iston had planned to take part, the with a great deal of interest.
the consolidation of Hendry county
Sumter, Hernando and Citrus. Clewiston Garden Club held a min- After the displays were arranged,
with others of this territory, it was
made known Sunday with an announ- Alachua, Columbia and Gilchrist. TO OPEN APRIL 7 iature flower and vegetable show at i Mrs. I. D. Leydig and Mrs. C. W. Mc-
Orange and Seminole. the Clewiston school building Friday Donald acted as a committee of
(cement from Representative Louis
Osceola and Brevard. aftetfnoon, in order that the judges to make the awards. The
W. Zini, of St. Augustine.
Lake and Volusia. The long missing link of the cross efforts of the children of this sec- prizes were presented at the chapel
"In his public statement Rrepresentive Pinellas and Pasco. state road at LaBelle will be com- tion would not be in vain. hour in school this morning.

Zim proposed the consolidationof Marion and Levy. pleted next week and thrown opento The' lower hall of the Clewiston The Clewiston Garden Club expres-
Lee, Hendry, Charlotte and Collier Flagler and St. Johns. traffic on April 7. school was beautifully arrayed with sed its praise for the efforts of the

into one county. He also pro- Putnam, and Clay. When the decision fixing the date lovely flowers of many varieties, children and also the hope that
posed the consolidation of Broward
Nassau and Baker. for taking down the bars was made which had been grown and arrangedby more and more children would be-
l .e and Palm Beach; of DeSoto, Hardee, Bradford and Union. at LaBelle by A. H. Murphy, road I I the children who took part in the come interested in growing flowers

Highlands, and Glades.He LaFayette, Dixie and Taylor. department superintendent in charge I flower show. Interest was keen as :about their homes.

said his alignment was on a Suwannee and Hamilton. of the job, arrangements were 'at the young boys and girls gathered Tho grouping and prize winners
"basis that will be desirable and Madison and Jefferson. once launched in Fort Myers for a around the displays to view their were cs follows:
just," and made in proportion to Leon and Waukulla. celebration. own flowers as well as those of their Group I.

the area and population of the pre- Gadsden and Jackson. President Nat Walker of the cham- playmates.One Flowers Grown and Arranged by:

sent counties. Bay and Washington. ber of commerce said he would ask} : of the most attractive fea- School Children
T Following is the grouping accord- Walton and Holmes. the chamber's road committee to, or- tures of the show was the displayof First Place: Roberta Spicer, Mix-
ing to the St. Johns legislator. j Okaloosa and Santa Rosa ganize the celebration In cooperation flowers grown by the pupils in ed bouquet of larkspur.

Broward and Palm Beach. The following counties would be with other civic clubs. It is plannedto the second grade in the tiny park Second Place: Mildred Ward, Pan-

Lee, Collier, Hendry, and Char- left in tact, according to Mr. Zim: have a motorcade headed by Mayor near the school building. The park sies and violets (mixed).

lotte. Dade, Hillsboro, Monroe, Duval, Es- Fitch start from Fort Myers on has been the focal point ot the chil Group II.

DeSoto, Hardee, Glades, and High- cambia and Polk. (Continued on page 4), dren's attention during the past, few (Continued on page ,i),


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The Clewiston News WORTKI/ESS MONEYIt It:
I ; ft ii;
ft .
has never occurred to most of j

Published every Friday Jn ClevtstOD.1 us thai there Is such a thing as L LIGHT READING I RUSSELL KAY 1
Florida by the CLEWISTON NEWS, .", I CLASSIFY =tR
Inc. worthless money-and we do not ;all'.n I _

man counterfeit money either but With everyone's mind on new automobiles .' ., there is much plain worthless United
more or less, we will an- it won't be long now just' Heifers"
Entered as second class matter. I Well while Dodging our we

February 1, 1927 at the Post Office States currency which is absolutely nounce the arrival of little Rachel I a few more days and the 1933 leg-!, should think twice before we adopt / j
worthless at present. However, it is
at Clewiston! Florida, under the Act Joan Miner in a similiar style as ; islature will assemble for better or', any program that might jepordizo a .
not as bad as it might appear on the J ,
of March 3, 1897.A follows: for worse. And boy will that be aj i it. (
surface ,for this "worthless" money
"Announcing the 1933 Miner spe- party! You know, if I had my way! First thing you know some sap

can be made valuable. cial. Model: Rachel Joan. First I'd take the whole and lock\ bill .
devoted to the best gang will be tryin' to get a through
newspaper This money printed by the gov-
Interests of Hendry County Florida appearance Friday, March 24th. On em up somewhere, take away their j the legislature requirin' cows to blow
ernment at its printing office, is of
Miner residence
at the
Its leading display on newspapers, radios, and cut every:' their horns and light their tail lights
no value to the nation nor to the .
Sagamore form of communication. Then keep] before they start "Roamin in the
individual possessing it. It is hoarded -
: Weight 6 1-4 pounds 'em where nobody could bother 'em Gloamin'."
Subscription rate: per year$2.00 money taken out of circulation.
removable seat
free-squealing: cov-
and let 'em ahead and legislate'
go 1 But whether build roadsor
Outside of State of Florida ____.$2.50 After all, money is only a mediumof ers; n'o horn: light hair .top, to their hearts content. we more
< whether we don't, I think some-
exchange vaulable only 11on-1 '
smile. Will ) 1
jshatterable park
Of it would be tough the'
course on
thin'ought to be done about these
rates furnished
Advertising on application will be accepted in settlement of
small place; make splendid showing I
lobby lizzards but I'm bettin' when'
transport transport trucks
all kinds of obligations, and in buy- cock-eyed
anywhere. Not interested in a trade-
the boys finally did come out it with trailers that are longer than a ".
ing new goods. When it is buriedin '
in and not for sale. When better '
would go down in history as the best bad dream. Get one of them in the : .
a tin can in the back yard it is
office Clewiston News babies are built you'll have to showus
Business ,
session that held. I don'tthink -"
was ever
valueless. When money is out of II middle of the road ahead of you, ." :
Clewiston, Florida. Editorial aad Charlie and Josephine say. '
it would be anywhere near as
and it's just too bad. The dog-gone
work it is not doing its part in pay-
Advertising, same. 01010101010| | ] | long drawn out and expensive as concrete-crackers make more noise
ing salaries, paying taxes, employ-
Well it's only a few more days
: legislatures
I usually are. than a steam roller and you can
ing labor or buying supplies.
Telephone: 389 until April 7th, on which date the
But take it their
anyway you blow horn till you're black in -
There are two ways of putting your
U. S. entered the World War
I task ,is not an easy one and it is the face and they can't hear you.
money in circulation, where is be- discovered the North Pole, and until I
longs and where is will be function- gonna be up to you and me to give Then just when you think you can .
We used to date events "beforethe the thirsty Americans in some states !I : ".
'em confidence and
our Re-'
storm," or "before the boom." ing to assist business. One of these will be allowed to guzzle 3.2 per support. slide by before the oncoming car

Now. it's "before the depression." is by depositing it in'a sound bank, cent beer. That's a tough break for !member they are human beings witha cuts you off, and start around the

or buying high grade government the boot-leggers of home-brew. tough job on their hands not wiz-;; darn freight-train, ten to one. the

ards or magicians or miracle workers trailer will begin doin' a snake dance
securities. Another the
One county representative adver- is by buying Since we are one of those Doubt-

tises that the officers of his county articles you need or by making repairs ing Thomases, we have heard a lot so give 'em*aas a break.* all over* the road. If you ,manage to

to home of business stay out of the ditch, you find you're
will be placed on "a flat salary. places. of discussion as to whether 3.2 beeris

Wet wonder if theY) will be so flat. The latter is the most direct way intoxicating and just to satisfy This road building holiday is all: right back where you\ started from.
right, but if we quit buildin' roads
to get money back in circulation And some of these movin' vans "
that craving for knowledge (nothin
Stylish bathing suits will be madeof where it will again return to you else what about all the poor cows that they got clutterin' up the highways 44,
) we have here a few bottlesof t
live out in the backwoods
with and ain'tnever make ,a box car look like a baby 1..
rubber this year says a prominent a profit.
brew of
the 3.2 ratio and a bucketof ) had the ,
Now while at the low- advantages of nice Auustin. Of course they are supposedto
stylist. .That's adding snap, but it'sstretching prices are ice. We have just opened the

a point to do it. I est ebb in many years is the time to first bottle which is its concrete sidewalks and the grassy' be motorists, just like you and
now on way
shoulders? You
do some buying. It would be utter to that gotta think of that. me, and got a right on the public
satisfy craving for knowledge
A west coast woman w!;s arrestedfor folly to say that prices will never (nothing else) and we are pleasedto Why I understand there are some highway. But I got a crazy idea
localities in this state
where kind J
smuggling hack saw blades to come down to the present level- report that it that it's these highway amazone that
seems pretty good.
faced old
her husband who was in jail. Maybethe they might or they might not but It's not anything like we used to cows are compelled to walk keep up maintenance. costs and
from '
poor man wan only going to' cuta nevertheless, it is safe to say thatit get when we sat at a table in some fifty to sixty miles to reach when our roads have to be rebuilt
even a road. The
jig-saw puzzle with it! will be a number of years before back room and called for homebrewbut intolerable.country situationis a year or two from now ,it won't .
Still some heartless be the that caused It
such general opportunities will be pleasure cars ,
it has distinctive
a This
Another presented to the with little people are howling for a road holi- but just the same it'll be and :
thing to happen on April man a fact calls to mind prohibition with all you

7th is the opening of the LaBelle- capital to invest in real valuesbothin 'its evils and kindred aches and pains. day.How a million other poor blameless guys

Lee county line link in the cross state real and personal property. The first bottle was so tasty that tented can we when expect people to have con- that will have to pay for it.Open .

highway which will be officially openon Select some real estate desirablein another has cows go around
already followed it in
shooting the bull like that?
that date."Advertiseor. location and investigate the our experiment (all in the name of how would feel if Now that beer has turned the .
you you were a
price for which it be .
can bought. science). After the second we feltso country cow located miles and corner perhaps prosperity will be : .
die"-and The result will Then -
the Col- surprise you. !
good we had to go sit on the miles from the nearest state next.
gate-Palmolive-Peet company has reduced compare prices of building materialand curb and hang our feet overboard I high- .
with i I "
nothing eat but "
way spin-
its annual dividend basis from talk over the prices of construction while
we enjoyed the beauties of
ach and wire
$2.50 to $1 a share in, order to continue with a reliable building contractor. Nature's grass. Reforestration, one of Roosevelt's <
grandiloquent she
its policy of spending at leasta These too, will surprise you at has out Dave says we've got $250,000.00worth pet projects, will probably be ,undertaken -
poured so copiously the
million dollars a month for adver- their low figures. on of roads now and they haveto on a national scale in the near
race of man. Upon returning to the be maintained and
protected. Soconsiderin'
future judging by the speed with
tising. Such a plan of action will serve desk to give
you a scientific discussion -
the depression and all I which his other measures have been
two functions: It will put to
money beer we decided that
TO THE NEW DEAL suppose we have done pretty well by put through. We hope the experi-
work, and with it men will be em- another bottle would not be amiss
our cattle. Maybe should startthinkin'
we menting with the .cajeput tree will
ployed, and this in turn will be aid- and thereupon we have tasted its
One need not be a member of a little more about our tax- be sufficiently advanced at that time
ing the already turned recovery. And contents and having the
Smacked -- /
President Roosevelt's political partyto | payers. But since we have adoptedthe to includeIt'in IhlTlFeVplantingprogram. -
you will also be making some good lips with a deep satisfaction caused
admire the slogan "Enjoy Florida Zephyrs .
quickness and aggres-:
investments for yourself which will by the pleasant sensations on the
siveness with which he ,
set his administration -
reap profits.DO nerve. cells of the gustatory organ. "-
to solving the major
Of, course you understand this is
problems of the day.
SOMETHING TO START all being done so that you may understand -
The handling of the banking crisisis
the effect of 3.2 beer. You
being rapidly followed by the same
know it's not intoxicating it just
sort of decisive action on other prob-
removes the cares of the world and

lems. Toward every issue he has Human obstacles to progress and makes you feel ever so kindly toward FARM LANDS

touched.he has exhibited candor and
prosperity are individuals who talk .
your fellow-man. (Time, out for one ,
fearlessness. He is laying perma- overmuch about hard times but who
more experimental drink.)
nently at rest the fear that he might never, or rarely do anything them-
pursue an ocassionally radical I You know there'snothing like a FOR
course selves to make times better. Some
-his speeches to the American cool refreshing bottle of beverage
peo- thing akin to this must have beenin .
ple, with his reiterated these hot summer afternoonsfillsyou
stand for the mind of Charles Edison son
full of vim vinegar and all that
sound money less bureaucracy decisive of the lato Thomas Edison, when,

cuts in the cost of government one day last week, he posted in all stuff. If it wan not that this is be- SPRING CROPS :

have met with the ing done for scientific purposes we'd
overwhelming approval the plants of the Edison Company : ,
not do this writing, but just the
of the public. And that approval a bulletin, reading as follows: II
sampling. (This sixth bottle has
is evidenced in the Congressby President Roosevelt has done his

a disposition. to obey the President's too much suds to be the best-not as
part; now you do something.Buy .
every impulse-as is shown something-buy anything |good as number one.) wish we did

I not have capital letters this machine
by rapid of his
passage emergency anywhere; paint your kitchen, senda i
or rather did not have to lift
t and ecomomy measures.. telegram give a party get a car The Clewis
I this capitalizer thing. by gosh i ton C
To wish

success for President pay a bill, rent a flat fix your roof, .
am going to write roosevelt and havea
. Roosevelt is simply to wish success get a haircut see a show, build a

: for one's own state one's busines house take a trip, sing a song, get law passed to abolish capital letters :
I one's self. 'In him is the hope of married.It especially for afternoon writing.I ,

, the American people for recovery does not matter what you do can't understand how the old timers '

: and for a great'future. His admin- -but get going and keep going. This ever wondered about the world being .\

istration has got off to a brilliant I I6ta old world is starting to move. round or flat. didn't they have in- : .i'i

frt-May there be no wavering The bulletin was deemed of suf- tozivating liquer whivh proved that A

during its existence. Industrial ficient importance by the Associated everuthine: goes round and rouund?

News. Press to put it on the wire for pub- -wait a minute, quit reading untili I > "i

lication throughout the country in open amother botle all right

AN IDEA THAT IS WORTH the Florida Times-Union as well as read on. O, i waz about to forget

BULLIONS in Associated Press newspapers ev- about my scienve experimentt. Beer '

erywhere. It ought to have very aint intoxicatins right now i feel fineso Clewiston Golf Course .1'

A Georgia youth has given the considerable attention and what is let the states that want boor get ,

country an Idea that will be worth more important-action by those to ready for april seventhh. -/

millions to the South, and particularly whom It is addressed, you and me, these laxt two bottlles dont look H

to Georgia and Florida. For the everybody who has a nickle, a dimeor good enoguh for experimenting so ',3- ,..

past seven he 1811 not write about them. ,. J
years experimentedwith more, to spend. ;- t .
\ '. .
growing slash pine among his Employed: persons, drawing wages ,i ; : ,

cultivated crops, giving the trees the and salaries owe it to their fellow- r : "

i tame attention he did his corn and ;men who have no employment, to the individual to decide. The main ,;.' .:;. '<.... to the : 5
4 point is-do your part. But for .>
cotton. From these seven year old heed the notice to "Buy somethingbuy .. ... i .,< "
trees goodness sake for your own advan- ; : PublIc .:
has been manufactureda anything, anywhere" best of .i. :: ,
superior grade of white tage and benefit, if for no other rea- '.' .. .... J "" ''',
newspaper.No all-in the cities towns and country ,
son-get busy-and .
such speed was ever known in the places where you are employed or in talking "
about hard times and hard luck. '
paper industry: before. The average business-for as there is buying so 1,:
More than likely have had muchto
age of spruce trees now used for will there be need for more producing you
this purpose is fifty do in bringing on the very thingsyou Moderate r
This years. more manufacturing more sell- complain about. Green Fees "
discovery will
wonderfully ing-giving need for employment all

accelerate the location of paper mills along the line-more for "Buy something-buy anything,
money "
in the southeast where anywhere as Mr. Edison advises,
such long erybody. Exceptional FairwaysInteresting t
and see how soon the wheels of
fi growing seasons are enjoyed. Flor- This thing of standing or sitting ;
ida business will begin to humandyour
already has the largest paper still, and doing nothing-but talk-

plant in the world, and we have good isn't going to get us anywhere. Get by.....-Times-Union.own interests advanced there- GreensThe : j

reason to expect a number of them busy-"now you do something," as

within the next few years Mr. Edison urges, and see how soon

To young Marion Renfroe is due the situation will improve-your sit- Legalizing the manufacture of Most

the credit of this discovery, and his uation as well as that of others. beer will throw many a home brewer Popular Recreation

farm near Quitman, Georgia, just Truly, "this old world is starting out of employment. Center in Cleiviston

north of the Florida) lino. Experts to movs." There's something you I

claim that we may now expect a rev- !can do to get it started and keep it Jigsaw puzzles have arrived and :
olution In pa'per _
makin .-Tallahassee i going. .
are now ranked with bridge as a -

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MRS. WORTH IS HOSTESS AT I I CLEWISTON BUiLDINGV; i notes, or other securities except

BRIDGE PARTY MONDAY I unbap tboolJreS50n MATERIAL COMPANY\ '!notes or evidences of debt incurredin

[Personal enfion J JN. i the ordinary course of businessof

Notice of final hearing, and requiring said corporation and carried upon
1rs.. W. C. Worth entertained a
creditors to present claims, \!its books of account and records as
number of her friends at her home and for proposals for the purchase !accounts and / or notes receivable)

Lee Wicker, of St. Petersburg here Monday afternoon with a delightful of certain assets of said Clewiston I:I consisting of a stock of building materials -

was here on business Thursday.A. bridge party. Building Material Compnnj. glass, plumbing supplies,
The Worth home was beautifully :FOR SUNDAY, APRIL 2, 1933 I I and other merchandise located at

J. Hill and Dick Gibson were decorated with quantities of snap Subject: Jesus Ministering To i To all Creditors and Sto-rJdjoIc1el'81 I the place of business of said corporation -
visitors in Fort Myers Saturday dragons, roses, sweet peas, and free- Jews and Gentiles. I of Clewiston Building Material in the City of Clewiston, FlorIda -

night. zias combined with babybreath were Golden, Text: "Other sheep I have' Company, and all other parsons interested and including, also, a certain
\ !lot or parcel of land, together with
placed about the rooms. which are not of this fold; them also ,the buildings and Improvements

Mrs. Carl E. Royer, of LaBelle Mrs. J. Baries, of New York, who I must bring, and they shall hear Pursuant to the provisions of an I thereon located, situate in the Coun-
order of the Circuit Court of Ken-
was here on business a short while was the house guest of Mrs. H. J. my voice; and there shall be one ,ty of Hendry, State of Florida, des
dry County, Florida, in Chancery,
....'f/. yesterday. B Scharnberg, was the recipient ofa fold, and one shepherd." John 10- entered upon March 10th, 1933, in I Icribed as follows, to-wit:

--"- lovely guest prize. Mrs. "W.I.. 16. a cause therein pending, entitled Lots One ((1) to Twelve (12),

Mrs. A. A. Munroe and daughter, Redelsheimer was awarded an appro- Lesson Text: Mark 7:2437.In "The Old National Bank of Fort both inclusive, in Block 414, as
I General Plan of Clewiston
Frances, were visitors in West Palm priate prize for holder of high score the first part of Mark 7, the Wayne, Indiana a national banking Florida ,
according to plat recorded -
Pharisees and scribes inquired of corporation, et al., Plaintiffs, v.
Beach yesterdayMiss and Mrs. C. W. McDonald was con- in Plat Book 2, at pages
I soled. Mrs. G .B Rackstraw was the Jesus, "Why walk.not thy disciples Clewifcton Building Material Com 7 to 14 inclusive, of the Public
of according to the tradition of the elders pany, a corporation, Defendant," no- Records of
Mfgnonne St. Martin spent winner the lucky cut prize Hendry County, Flo-
tice .Is hereby: given to all creditorsand
the week end at her home in West Delicious refreshments were served but eat bread with unwashen stockholders of said Clewiston rida,
hands." Jesus answered. "This and including all other property and
to the following guests: Mrs.
Palm Beach. Building Material Company, and to I
;-" :F. Deane Duff, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson people honoureth me with their lips all other persons interested: assets:: of said Clewiston Building

Mrs. H J B Scharnberg,' Mrs J. but their heart is far from me. How- 1. That the plaintiffs in said cause I Material Company except those here-
E. B. Butler, Alonzo Ray and J. inabove specifically excepted, are
beit in vain do they worship me, have filed a petition for a final de-
C. Barwick were in Fort Myers on Baries, Mrs. L. R. Bird, Mrs J. P. offered for sale and will be, sold
Percy, Mrs. H A Bestor, Mrs W' C. teaching for doctrines the command- cree therein, and that said petitionwill I under the direction of said Court.
business Tuesday.
Owen, Mrs. F. I. Hill, Mrs. E R Fon- ments of men. For laying aside the be heard and said cause will I All persons desiring to submit offers -

-, taine, Mrs. Mi W. Bigg, Mrs. W. M. commandment of God, ye hold the come on for final hearing upon the for the assets and propertiesof
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Crawford, of 11th day of April, 1933, at the hourof
., Redelsheimer, Mrs G. B. Rackstraw, tradition of men, as the washing of said Clewiston Building Material
ten o'clock in the forenoon, at
Bedford, Mass., were visitors here other such Company to be sold as aforesaid,
Mrs W. C. Prewitt, Mrs. J W Ezelle pots and cups; and many the Courthouse in the City of Fort '
Tuesday afternoon.J. are directed and required to submit
and Mrs. C. W. McDonald .like things ye do. Myers.. Florida.
their said proposals in writing, directed
Thus Jesus accused the Jews of 2. That all creditors of the said to T. W. 'Weeks, Receiver,

M. Couse, of Moore Haven, was ROBERTA SPICER HONORED teaching the doctrine of men rather Clewiston Building Material Com- and all such proposals must be filed

in Clewiston on business yesterday WITH PLAYGROUND PARTY than of God. The Pharisees became pany, the defendant In said cause, 'with and in the hands of said Receiver -

afternoon.Mrs. very angry with Jesus and laid plansto who have not heretofore filed their I at or before ten o'clock in

r--- Roberta Spicer, daughter of Mrs. cause his death. claims with the Receiver, are hereby the forenoon upon the 4th day ,of

Ed Butler and son, Jimmy Leali Spicer, was honored Saturday After the feeding of the five required to file duly sworn statements April, 1933. "

;.- left Tuesday for a short visit with afternoon with a joint celebrationin thousand, which occurred in April, r of their claims against the All persons desiring to submit
I said Clewiston Building Material for the assets and
(; 7 relatives in South Georgia. honor of her 11th birthday and at about the time of the Passover !nroDOsals properties -
Company with the undersigned dlrectedbe; sold may secure
marking the opening of the swim- Jesus delivered two addresses in ceiver, at ,the office of the further and detailed informationwith

Miss Mary Kline spent the week ming pool at her home. Her birth- Capernaum which aroused much op- ceiver, in the City of Clewiston! respect to such assets upon

end with her mother in West Palm day was Wednesday but the party position. After these discourses Jesus Florida, on or before the 4th day of I application to the Receiver at his

Beach. was not held until Saturday so thatit spent very little time in Galli- April, 1933. Said statements of office aforesaid.The .

-- would not interfere with school lee, but retired into Phenicia and in- claim shall set forth, among other Receiver will, at the time fix-

Jirs. W. F. Simpson, of Moore work. to Decapolis, and into Iturea, which things, the nature and amount of I ed for final hearing of said cause,
the claim, amount and nature of any as herein stated, present his reportto
Haven, was a visitor here a short The pool,,at the Spicer home, which extended to the north on the eastern security or lien held by the claimantor the Court showing the proposals
while Thursday, en route to West was built entirely by her mother, side of the Jordan. Another reason I to which the claimant is or claims J received for the purchase of said

Palm Beach.Mrs. her grandfather and herself, is the for going to the region of Tyre and !,to be entitled, and also any claim properties and assets, and with the

first swimming pool to be constructed Sidon may have been to secure rest.It 1 r to preference or priority in payment 'recommendations of said Receiveras

H. R. Knight of Fort Myers in Clewiston, and it, and the play- seemed almost impossible to secure to any other creditor of said cor- to which of such ,proposals, if

r arrived Monday for a visit with her ground adjacent which was openedat it around Capernaum, or even poration. I II any, should be accepted, and at said

daughter, Mrs. C. E Miner, and her the same time, delighted the heartsof at a distance. I I Pursuant to the provisions of said I time and place the Court will hear

son Dick Knight. the girls she had asked to join in "For a certain woman, whose o'rd'er, all persons, firms, associations any objections which may be madeto
and corporations who have the report of such Receiver.
r--- the celebration. young daughter had an unclean spirit -
I not heretofore filed their claims Dated this 10th day of March,
Howard Sharp, editor of the Everglades The afternoon was spent in swim- heard of him and came and fell I with the said Receiver and who I 1933.

News, of Canal Point, was in I ming in the pool, swinging on the at his feet; the woman was a Greek, shall fail !so to file their claims I T. W. WEEKS, Receiver

Clewiston on business Saturday af trapcse, pulling taffy and roasting a Syrophenician by nation, and she with the said' Receiver on or before Clewiston, Florida.

ternoon. peanuts about an open fire. besought him that he would cast the said 4th day of April, 1933, March 17-24-31.

Those present at jthe enjoyable forth the devil out of her daughter. shall be forever barred and foreclosed -

Wilburn Lawson, of Okeechobee, affair were: Willie V. Hooker, Martha But Jesus said unto her, Let the from making or asserting any

spent a short time Wednesday here Nell Alston, Bqrnice Guthrie, children first be filled; for 'it is not claim against Clewiston Building Crime World's Lost

attending to business and visiting Bernice O'Neal, Hilda Powell, Dorothy meet to take the children's bread, Material Company, and from participating his marvelouls
3ou Hnl
in the assets or properties of Bqa < placed
friends. Hare, Julia Ann Oglesby, Gladys and cast it unto the dogs. And
said corporation or the proceeds a \ s to evil uses he would have
Willis, Margaret VonMach, Rhunnell she answered and said unto him,
thereof, except upon further orderof fce as the grarest menace ever lmoityto
Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Chambliss and McGehee, Armeda Howell, Martha Yes, Lord; yet the dogs under the the Court in said cause grantedand organized aodety.-American Ma&

children of St. Louis Mo., stoppedin Harris and Mildred'' Ward table eat of the children's crumbs. entered for due cause shown, abe.

Clewiston a short tome yesterday And he said unto her, .For this say- and upon proper application.

on their way from Miami PROSPERITY WITHIN SIX ing go thy way the devil is gone out 3. That all of the assets and and Kindness

..r.. !MONTHSC. of thy daughter." properties of Clewiston Building Material Sympathy

If she was desperately in earnestshe I I ; Company (except cash in the Express less sympathy and do more

Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Stewart, and Bascom Slemp secretary under would press her request and not hands of the Receiver and bonds, I I II I kindness.AtrMon Glohe.m .

Mr and Mrs. C. H. Berner were I I
: President Coolidge, says Rooseveltwill
easily give up. So it is with people
among Clewiston folk who attended restore prosperity to America
today. One main reason why many
a baseball game in Ft. Myers within six months. He says: 'Pres- fall short of receiving all they shouldin $

Monday. ident Roosevelt is striking at the a spiritual way is that they are

heart of the nation's and the world's not enough in earnest. ifl
Mrs. J. Baries, of New York, who 11s. The nation has been suffering
"And when she was gone to her m What We Do
has been the house guest of Mrs. H. from low commodity prices and high
house, she found the devil gone out,
J. B. Scharnberg, left Wednesdayfor debts and the President is correcting
her home after a plenasant visitin that condition." Slemp's predictionis and her daughter laid upon the bed.
With Your
"Now the 'woman was a Greek. !
ClewistonMrs. highly'significant, for it comes
She spoke the Greek language,
from one who was very' close to the I mm
which evidently understood by
Joe Zanone sr. returned to administration of republican -
a president
her home in Nashville Tenn. Thurs- Christ, though his customary speechwas .
who 'did not choose to run' for f
Aramic, the common form of !
day after having spent two weeks in reelection possibly because he saw
Hebrew. Matthew calls her a Can-
Clewiston with her brother, A. A. economic and industrial chaos in
aanitish woman, because the Phoen-
Munroe and family.Mr. the offing. Mr. Slemp gives a diagnosis to the Canaanites of true of the Building and
icians belonged !Fi In order to give you a picture m
of the trouble in American business :
to tell how we loan the
'Charlie the Old Testament, being of Semitic Loan business, it is necessary you
and Mrs Miner are and that is echo' $! and
government an Building
stock; but they were heathen idola- funds of our stockholders invested with us.
receiving congratulations on the of the beliefs and opinions of many Loan Associations are governed by State laws which direct !:fiy

birth of a baby daughter born Fri- close to the heart of the nation. Let ters.It how we may invest these funds.
is true that Christ confinedhis !
; : 1s
day. The young lady has been named
,., us trust he is correct, in his predic-
work almost entirely to the Jews
Rachel Joan. Both mother and tion and that prosperity will have
., because they were best prepared to
daughter are doing nicely.I restored before the end !fiY1
been fully :fi
real estate secur-
receive his message and because We make loans only on first mortgage

of 19331! during his short ministry there was ity and we are not permitted to buy or sell mortgages. All !.fi

C. W McDonald made -business not time to extend his efforts to the loans are repaid monthlboth interest and principal-making Hour
trip to LaBelle'Tuesday, later attend- "Azmarim" is a new and effective !: security better with each monthly payment.
heathen. He healed a Samaritan
ing a meeting of the Hendry County German remedy for Asthma. Fur- Ei mh
Samaritans taughtthe
leper, preached to
I Democratic Executive Committee, ther information may be had ,in .
obligation of giving a help to any
of which he is precinct representative. Dowd's Drug Store, Moore Haven, !h
one in need.According. : The monthly payment loan makes for safety It permits :
_, Florida, or from The Azmarin Co.,
afford to rent. The
., IIr. to Josephus, Phoenicia !.fi )lace to live In than he could possibly
Miami Florida. .. .
the small wage earner to actually own and control a bettor
embraced the seacoast and plainfrom
Alice and Donald Deam, of West = I Carmel northward. Tyre was !:fi small monthly payments, including taxes, are in many instances -

Palm Beach spent Friday and Saturday I m11a_ _- about thirty-five miles northwest of !: ces less than the property: would rent for. !:

here with their father, Paul
the northern end of the sea Galilee,
Deam and sister Miss Kathryn Deam.
and Sidon some twenty-five miles m
returned with their father who !:fi
have not only solved
and Loan Associations
still farther north. Both cities were Building
spent the week-end in West Palm The Y; small monthly
noted for their commerce, wealth the problem of how to loan money on pay-
Beach. ments, but also how to collect this money without working Y;
and luxury.
m a hardship on the borrower. Consequently these associations
"And from the :
again, departing of foreclosures.
record of low percentage
have a remarkable
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Shelley spent coast of Tyre and Sidon, he came !.fi y;
the week end in Daytona Beach with Watanabe :
Galilee the
unto the Sea of through 0
Mrs. Shelley's mother, Mrs. E. E. midst of the coasts of Decapolis.And !;f

Kelly. They were met at West Palm they bring unto him one that Become a stockholder in Clewiston Home Building Association -

Beach by E. E. Kelly, who had beenin was deaf, and had an impedimentin !y f:; and let them take care of the lending aud collecting !fiu
Miami and who : of and their capable organization will return to
accompanied themto Serves the Most his speesh, and they beseech him = your money and !:Ii
consistent with safety no worry
for you the largest dividends
Daytona the week-end. ;n
to put his hand upon him. And betook '

I Unusual Delicious him aside from the multidude, !:Ji to you.j

Mrs. E. L. Stewart, Mrs. H. R. and put his fingers into his ears, and !fi

Hall and Mrs J A McGehee motored Chicken Dinner he spit, and touched his tongue; and !:IiI

,' to West Palm Beach yesterday where looking up to heaven, he sighed I m

Mrs McGehee went to meet her dau- Every SundayFor and said unto him, EphPhatha, thatis

ghter, Mrs. Ivan Van Horne, of At- Be opened, and straightway his I

lanta, who is coming to Clewistonfor Only50c ears were opened, and the string of Clewiston Home

a visit with her mother. his tongue was loosed, and he spake

plain. And he charged them that
Mrs. C. L. Downs, accompaniedby they: should tell no man ;but the !

J. W Godfrey left Monday for more he charged them, so much the BvHdiiig Asociatio!

Dalton Ga, where she went to visit more a great deal they published it;

her mother who is ill. They went and were beyond measure astonished i I

by way of Sarasota and were accompanied saying, He hath done all things well;

the rest of the way by he maketh both the deaf to hear,

Mrs. Downs' sister, Mrs. R. H. House. IJ ._-__.,Ii and the dumb to speak"



PRISON FARM MAY PLANT- Amendment to the Constitution and -- thereon in accordance with-- I ; ;'

2,000 ACRES IN SUGAR CANE Florida's own prohibition' amendmentto LANDIS STEADFAST Said certificate embraces the I 'j"

tho people for decision: first, ing described property : '
(Continued from, page 1) through a convention, and second Hendry County Florida, to-wit: j '
ing could be brought about If the through a popular vote. ON BEER DECISION I Lots 14, 15, 16, Block ; ;

state would raise forage crops, peas, "I believe," the governor said, Clewiston. I
beans, and other staples at Belle "that the members of the legislature The assessment as said
Glade for the use of state institu- are coming ]hero with the same purpose -I Tallahassee, March 30 Atorney under the said certificate issued
tions. I came here-to do the best General Cary D. Landis ,maintainshis ; in the name of A. J. Wilder. i i S
During tha past six months he possible for the good of the state. opinion that Florida cannot leg-I Unless said certificate shall be ; ,
said the state has spent $65,000 for Hence 'I will try: to assume legislative ally enjoy the benefits of Federal deemed according to law, tax '
feed crops and during the last :year powers or cram anything down modification as long os the "bone will issue thereon on the 17th :

over $20,000" for dried beans and I the throats of the legislature."It dry" amendment passed by the leg- of April, A. D. 1933. ;:
peas; all of which could be grown i the governor's duty to make islature in 1918 remains unchangedand Dated this 17th day. of March

and harvested by convict labor at suggestions, to lead the way, so there that this change can be accom- D. 1933. ,
the Belle Glade farm. i will be uniformity of purpose and de plished only by a vote of the peoplein (Seal) William T.

sign. I expect to do that to the a general election. Clerk of Circuit Court :

CROSS STATE ROAD TORE I I best of ,my ability and I feel sure The attorney' general bases his 3-17124130.| | 4-7114.| County
OPENED APRIL 7th,r the members of the legislature will opinion on the fact that the
cooperate. I do not expect to try Florida constitution, prohibits the
(Continued from manufacture and sale of not only NOTICE OF APPLICATIO'FOR
page 1) to dictate or to dominate. I '
the morning of April 7th, go to West all intoxicating beverages but also TAX DEED I 1
Palm Beach for lunch and returnin REPRESENTATIVE LEAVES all alcholic beverages. The word r--- I
the afternoon. Stops will be CAPITAL WITH LOCAL BILLS "alcholic" he contends is the stnmb- NOTICE IS HEREBY j jI

-. "mace at LaBelle, Clewiston and oth- ling block.S. that Bessie Schuck, holder of I

er towns along the line and delegations (Continued from page 1) P. Robineau representative of of Tax certificate No. 1042 dated I
will bo invited to join the to the general fund of the county. Dade county holds that the Florida 7th day of July, A. D. 1930, has I II I I
motorcade. law was intended to conform to the ed said certificate in my office j
Under the present set up the entire ; i iI
At "West Palm Beach, and intervening ,amount goes' into the general fund I federal law and cites the fact thatit made application for tax deed I '

: towns Mayor Fitch will pay and is apportioned by the county contains the one and one-half per sue thereon in, accordance with I
official respects to the mayors and I commissioners. For the first sea- cent clause. He sees no reason Said certificate embraces the !

invite everybody to come to Foi'tMyers son of legalized horse and dog rac- why the "interpretation" of the word ing described property :

over the new road. The Rotary ing in Florida last_ year, Hendry re- "intoxicating" or ,"alcoholic" could Hendry County, Florida, to-wit I
Kiwani3 clubs aLd'other or- ceived $9,226.22 as its share. This not just as well be three, and two- Lots 12-13, Block 412, :

ganizations ate expected to be re'p- was paid into the general fund by a tenths per cent. He has announcedhis The assessment of said;:

re:ented: state warrant July 11, 1932. The pay- intention to introduce a bill in under the said certificate issued
Chairman C. :E. Treadway and oth- ments are made as "soon as possible the coming'session to have the three- in the name of A. J. Wilder. i I

er road department officials at Tallahassee after July first" of each year following and two-tenths per cent, beer legis- Unless said certificate shall
will be invited to attend I the closed season on racing. It lation, signed last week by President redeemed according' t olaw, tax I !

the cele ration. If the chairman is understood from race track men Roosevelt, adopted as the standardfor will issue thereon on the 10th

cannot come it is expected that ho that the taxes this season will far Florida. of April, A. D. 1933.

will be represented by Commissioner outstrip that paid in 1932. Indications are that little time Dated this 10th day of March !

Walter Gall of Zepli rhills, mem- "Regarding the one per cent sales will be lost in bringing this matter D. 1933.

ber of the board from this district. tax," Mr. Burchard said, "according before the legislature. Aside from WILLIAM T. : ,
-Fort Myers News-Press. i to figures compiled by the department introducing bills for the modificationof (Seal) Clerk Circuit' !

I of commerce, this tax'should Florida's prohibition laws, it is Hendry County, 1

GOVERNOR PREPARES HIS yield a revenue of $12,000, but con- expected that bills will be introducedto I Mar. 10-17-24-31, Apr. 7. sub'j"I,

MESSAGE TO LEGISLATURE sidering lower retail prices which repeal state prohibition outright. I
prevail now against those of last
(Continued from page 1) year (on which basis the figures are INTEREST IS KEEN AS MEN'S i
compiled) I estimate an annual rev- TAX DEED
creditor will) actually receive pay TOURNEY MOVES FORWARD
ment. enue of at least $10,000.

,Abolishment of city of LaBelle NOTICE IS HEREBY i
Among the rcc recommendations to (Continued from 1) i
In abolishing the city of LaBelle, page That F.J.Haggan, holder of Tax
the legislature which the governor
the representative plans to set up a ton winning 6-4. tificate No. 883, dated the 7th
will in his at the !
cover message'' special tax district covering the same Finals in Second Flight of July, A. D. 1930, has filed : i
opening of the session are: I territory now covered by the cor- The only boy entered in the tour- certificate in my office and made
Creation of a debt commission to plication for tax deed to issue
porate limits, and against which is Jimmy Harrington, played
adjust all bond debt issues. Ion in accordance with law. Said
$240,000 'in bonds outstanding. He a 50-53 Sunday afternoon to defeatW. I
Reductions of state appropriationsas tificate embraces the following
would add the duties of law enforce- M. Redelsheimer, whose 59-54 I !
recommended by the State Budget scribed property situated in
ment, tax assessment, and tax collection gave young Harrington a 3-2 win, (
Commission in their report already County, Florida, to-wit: Lots
to the county officers. "With and now placed Jimmy in the finalsof
22 Incl. Block
made public, and passage of no new : 356, Clewiston.The I
appropriations unless revenue is I them already on a salary," he said the second flight confronted by assessment of said I
I "this would mean a saving to the Victor Blate. Elate handed Cecil under the said certificate issued
specifically provided to meet them. i
people of that territory." Parkinson a 2-1 defeat early this in the name of J. D. ,
No additional tax sales
and no week to place him in the finals. Unless said certificate shall b
tax. The governor said he would AWARDS ARE MADE TOCHILDREX'S Will Prepare New Handicaps deemed according to law, tax j j
veto a sales tax. FLOWER SHOW When the finals of the tournamentsnow i will issue thereon on the 24th i I
Retention of the present seven of April, A. D. 1933.
being played are completed, new
cents a gallon on gasoline for the Dated this 24th day of March i
handicap ratings will be made in
(Continued from 1)) accordance -
next two years only, to meet, the page 'D. 1933.
current demand for currency. Arrangement onl '. Not Grown by with the scores the players (SEAL) WILLIAM, T. ;t ti ti
Reduction the'amount School Children have been making during March, Clerk of Circuit Court
in of auto- i
mobile license fees. First Place: Anne Pafford, mixed Lloyd Sparrow said. I Hendry County, i i

Elimination and consolidation of flowers in basket. M-2431.| A71421Notice | | i

many governmental departments and Second Place: Willie V. Hooker, DEMOCRATIC CO3LMITTEE

.activities. mixed bowl,of bachelor's buttons"and MEETS WITH BURCHARD '
of Intention to
Elimination of the fee system of baby breath. [ ,The Passage of'Special or
compensation for county and district Third Place: Billy Owen, mixed Legislation
officers all flowers (many varieties). (Continued from page 1) !.
being placed on straight
salary basis. Group nr. The committee went into legisla-I Notice is hereby given that at

Ask th>: legislature i to submit the Native Plant Material (Prize donated tive matters'with Mr. Burchard and ', regular session of the
Question of repealing the EighteenthC2NTAMILE by Mrs. E. L. Stewart)'. sanctioned his proposals. The com- "of the State of Florida, to I
Winner: Armeda Howell with mittee however, did not agree with in the month of April, 1933, I'I
tion will be
made for the I
native fern the representatives idea of chang-
special or local legislation the
Group IV. ing the method of preparing the bal- I
,stance of which will be as
r Vegetables Raised by Child rerf. lots for general elections. The representative -j An Act relating to South I I

.. Y.teI Turnips: First Place, David and told the Democratic com- Conservancy District; amedning ,
dB Y T RAn" 1 Ernest Smith. mittee that he favored the present''tions:' 5, 6, 7, and 19 of i
1 Lettuce: First Place, David and ballot in which all candidates are 13802, Laws of Florida, Acts
I Ernest Smith. listed without any reference to party!11929, relating to said South i

I Beets: First Place, David and affiliations. ,The committee was of:' Conservancy District; Providing ,
the levying of taxes or special
I ,Ernest Smith. the opinion that a more simplified

! April 14, 15 between A. C. L. ; Second Place, William Johnson ballot could be prepared with the District sessments for upon the year lands 1933 within and I 1

stations and many other points and Bobby Patterson. (Raised in I candidates, _listed__ columns_ according .
including Washington, D. C. Home Economics garden.) to their political party' affiiia-

Limit April 22. Carrots: :First Place, David and tions.: This, the committee said,. -,
Ernest Smith. would permit a voter to vote for all d DIUm -- --=-.,

Eastern:: CitiesApril '\ Second Place, William Johnsonand I nominees of a particular party by -'
Bobby Patterson. (Raised in making some indication at the top V
14, 15 to New York, etc. Homo Economics garden.) i.of the ballot. At the same time it I i

Limit April 22. Round trip Cabbage: First Place, Mildred would permit any voter to vote forany

fares from (other points in Walker. nominee of any party by check- STOP -,

I proportion) Clewiston: Sptnach: First Place, Mildred ing the names on the ballot in much > ,

tit Ward. the same fashion it is done accordingto at our place anytime during
WASHINGTON, D. C..J 919.95;:
"r Group V. the present law. ,.. ,'
I/TIMORE, Md...._.. 21.40 daylight hours. \
Room Awards for Potted Plants.
PHILADELPHIA, Pa..__. 24.85 ,
y' Ferns: First Place, Miss Drew's REPORT SHOWING THE COST '
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J... 26.95;:
NEW YORK:, I'1'._____ 28.10 room. OF FORMER LEGISLATURES '
Second Place, Mrs. Prewitt's room. LOOK .

Six additional '"Cent a M11e"and Geraniums: First, Place Sixth Tallahassee, March 30-As we approach ,

"Eastern Cities" Excursions grade room. another session of the legis- the place over; note its clean-: : : '-'
towit: Rose bush: First Place, Third lature it is interesting to review the ; ,
grade room. cost of previous sessions and a I and sanitary methods. ',:\:/
May 27, 28, 29 Sept. 1, 2, 3 Special Award.A check of figures in the Comptroller'soffice ,'.") '., ': '
July 1, 2, 3 October 6, 7 special award .
was given to the reveals that legislative costs : : ,
Aug. 4, 5 Nov. 28, 29 boys and girls In Mrs. Prewitt's
room, from 1917 to 1931 were as follows: LISTENto

the second grade, for their commu- 1917 ................$ 84360.00 I

Easter Trips nity garden. 1919 .__.._.......... 85,640.00 your own convictions. .

( 1921 ____............ 117647.00 i
April 10, 11, 12, 13
\ between Checking Up on Ma. 1923 ...._........... 140,306.0ff I
southeastern points including l\Iother-Why are you children 1925 ___............. 156,083.00 I '
Washington, D. C., one fare leading that book on the educationof Why gamble cleanliness, purity and .
1927 .......__..._... 265,255.00
I Plus 16 days.Pullman$1 .for round-trip. Limit children? 1929 _............... 271646.00 sanitation against a few pennies? a \' :

Son:-To see if you are reasing us 1931 _..._..._....... 324,304.00
properly. i
fares greatly reducedfor
all excursion For details NOTICE OF APPLICATION Clewiston Dairy Co.
' con eager liepresentathcs of- Small Boy.You know, mother, "
I don't think that old man next door Notice is hereby given, that FOS- 'I I, TELEPHONE 333 I,
Off* r=, knows very much about music. ter Meredith, holder of part or tax I

Mother:.-And why, my son? certificate No. 1042, dated the 7th DRINK MILK FOR HEALTH I

Small Boy: He told me this day of July, A. D. 1930, has filed A:

morning to cut my drum open and said certificate in my office and made _
see what was inside of it. application for tax deed to issues --
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