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: April 7, 1933
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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.; Highlights of Governor's I Mrs. Rich Wins MOVE TO COMBINE WILL NOT CREDIT

: Message To Legislature Golf FinalsMrs. JUDICIAL CIRCUITSTO GLADES COUNTY

: ? -It Hoomes Rich won the first SAVE EXPENSE FOR SCHOOL FEESCOUNTY

Woman's golf championship of Clew-
iston here Wednesday morning by


A resolution was adopted by a
played against a strong east wind
three to two vote of the county com-
which swept across the course and
missioners Tuesday to require Sel-
caused both finalists trouble in theiree" In the first move to be made' to
Immediate and adequate economy: don Stewart, county prosecuting Glades county shall pay its
shots. consolidate judicial circuits in Flor-
in every branch of government. Nota torney, to waive his conviction at-I tuition for the 96 children residentsof
The finals match started off nip ida, following a recommendation to
general slashing of expenses with- of $5.00 in each case convicted North LaBelle, who attend the
and tuck, Mrs. Rich winning one, that effect by Governor Sholtz in his
out regard to consequence, but an the county judge's court. He was school at LeBelle
Hendry county ,
I three, six, eight and nine, and Mrs. message to the legislature Represen-
intelligent, constructive, 'discriminat- given 24 hours after receipt of a the Board of Public Instruction will
Pace winning two, four, halving five tative ',George W. Scofleld, of Cit-
insuring a dollar'sworth copy of the resolution to make his the
ing economy not enter into any agreement for
and winning seven. Leading Mrs. rus county, early in the session intro-
of service whenever a dollar answer to the clerk of the county instruction of these puipls. This was
Pace two up at the turn. She annex- duced a bill in the house which, If
.t of public funds is spent. Reduction commissioners and to the county the nature of a resolution passedat
ed number ten and eleven, lost twelve adopted, will reduce the number of
I cost of government.State juuge. the of
in county regular monthly meeting
halved thirteen, fourteen and i judicial circuits to 14.'
The prosecuting attorney was hir- the board
Financial Condition Hendry county Saturday.
fifteen, and ended the match on the
Under the
set-up as proposed by
Serious study of the state's finan- ed by the; county commissioners at According to figures presented by
sixteenth green by rolling a long I the representative from Citrus, De-

cial condition and structure. Instillation the salary first of $25 of the T'he year law at provides a monthly fora putt close to the pin to get downa I Soto, Charlotte, Glades, Hendry, Lee L. O. Gravely, attorney for the board,

of a system of records conviction fee in all seven against Mrs. Pace's eight. and Collier counties would be, In the Hendry county lost $5,171. last term

and accounting which will at all times $5.00 defendant cases Medal scores on the first nine were: same judicial circuit, designated as on the education of the 96 Glades
where the pleads guiltyor
enable the cabinet, legislature, and Rich 62, Pace 67. the thirteenth 'judicial circuit. This county children. Gravely based his
where the defendant found
the public to know the true statusof after trial. (tis Each of the finalists, settled downto circuit would have only one judge figures on the 40 1-2 cents per day

financial affairs. guilty better golf on the 'second tour and one .state's attorney.Scofield's j average cost of education of children

The vote by the commissioners on of the course. Mrs. Rich was five In Hendry county. The Glades coun-
Calls for Balanced Budget
. bill is the first overt
this resolution was: M gill, 'yes; strokes less at the -end 'of the sec- ty authorities have only paid in the
before the Legisla-
t A major task
move to cut the costs'of operation of
Hull, no; Alston, yes; Hires, no; ond seven than at, the same pointon sum of $1800 for last, year's instruc-
the state bud-
lature is to balance the circuits in the state and would
and Dunaway, yes. the first round. 'Mrs. Pace had tion, and practically nothing for this
get and it is urged to begin its labors abolish 20 judgeships and remove 14state's
The roll call vote was requestedby cut her strokes by eleven on the ,term's charges. According to an
upon the appropriation bill at attorneys from the state
Commissioner Ray Hull. second round. agreement of the two county boards
once. No new' boards, bureaus, commissions roll.
Mrs. Rich, who is a new comerto Glades county is to pay a portion of
or offices are requested. Under the plan as Introduced yesterday -
the field of golf,' has shown that the district taxes to ,Hendry countyfor
The state must'learn to live withinits no circuit would have more
BREAKERS DECIDETO constant practice and diligent tuition of the children residingin
income. than one state's attorney, althoughfour
thought are the main essentials to North LaBelle (in Glades coun-
5 and '10 Auto Tags.A playing the game. When the tourn- of the circuits (in the more pop- ty) who attend the LaBelle school.In .
ulous centers would be
) given two
reduction in cost of motor BE FREE LANCE ament was announced she entered judges. as much as Glades county' has

vehicle license tags to a basis of $5 her name and set to work with all failed to live up to Its part of the

and $10 dependent on weights. ,In- --- seriousness to win the championship agreement, the Hendry county officials -

creased revenue from gas tax should Hooks Made Field Manager and of the first women's tourna- TO PLANT PALMS say they can see no reasonto

result because of additional cars returned Shelley Business/ Manager. ment held in central south Florida. bear the expense of educating

to our highways when lower The first week ,she spent twenty these Glades county children.

tag rates apply., Distribution of license The Clewiston Cane Breakers will hours on the course in practice and ON COURT YARDIf Remit $14.14 Expense

tags placed in the hands of operate 'as a free lance team this play and as a result turned in a County Superintendent made a report -
tax collectors. Abolishmentof 60-61 to tie Mrs. F. Deane Duff's
county season and will not join any regular on the expenses of the trip to
penalty for in of I match play score and then on' the
delay 'purchase league, it was decided Monday night Trees Are Donated County Will the' Florida Educational Association

tags. I at an organization meeting of the nine' hole play-off she dropped her Beautify Grounds. meeting In Tampa. for which the
medal to 56 for her first vic
Recommedns ConsolidationA I baseball team. score board authorized expenses up to $50.

recommendation that the preisent The cost of the trip for the three
field tory.The
W. W. Hooks was named as i
Palm trees be used in the
I result of practice again showed may ,
boards of Geology, Forestry,; manager for the team and Tom Shelley 'beautification of the countycourt was shown to be only $35.86. and
Fish 'and Game 'Commission, and elected business up Wednesday as ,she sent her Mr. Stalling remitted the balance to
was as managerIn house grounds at LaBelle in accordance -
Shell Fish Commission, be consols- place of Charlie Miner, who re- approach shots dangerously close to I the school fund. The men were in
with a proposition made at the
dated into, one department". to be signed. the pins and-, ,seldom took' more-' --than-- -. session three, days." -
April nleeting of" the county'commis-
two putts.
known the State 'Conservation I '
I The failure of interest of the sur- Appropriate awards will be madeto sioners of this county. Cut Off TransportationIn

Department.Would Reduce Circuits I'rounding towns to a regular baseball Mrs. Rich, the winner, and Mrs. Learning of rumor that Mr. Carson order that the high schoolsin

league was pointed out Monday night Pace, the runner-up. The awards of the Goober Turkey Farm near the county might be conductedfor

g A reduction in the number of i as the cause for the baseball fans will be made at the date of playingthe LaBelle, had offered' the county 75 a full nine month's course, it

judicial circuits., Recommendation here not desiring to enter a league. finals in the men's handicap small palm trees for use 'on the court was voted to abolish transportationat

,' ;h) that a ,joint committee of the House'' Last season a small league between tournament now in its quarter finals I house property, Commissioner Alstonof the ned of the eighth month and

and Senate consider the matter and Belle Glade, Clewiston, LaBelle and stage.WOULD'. Clewiston requested that a com- require pupils to provide their own

formulate appropriate legislation. Re- Moore Haven was organized. In the i mittee be appointed to see Mr. Car- transportation for, the ninth month.

(Continued on page finals of each bracket games were son to learn if this rumor was true The secretary ,Mr. Stallings, was

4)I(I'I won by a forfeit of the visiting team CREATE and if so, to provide trucks and labor ordered to notify all bus drivers of

and other games during the season for transplanting the trees from the decision.

: COUNTY TAX ROLL i went by default. ATTORNEY' the river bank farm to the court

I With the Cane Breakres a free COUNTY house grounds. Commissioner Alto

:lance team it will be permitted to Hires, Denaud, was appointed to see WILL STUDY LIST

MAY BE RAISED TO I i schdule games with tams on 'th east BY SPECIAL ACTSJust Mr. Carson and to report to Ray

I and west coasts as well as with Se- Hull and B. F. Magill, La Belle

bring and Lake Placid. The Palm commissioners, who are to handle the OF PAUPERS TOMAKEREVISONS

MILLION DOLLARS :,Beach county league, which started transplanting.
prior to leaving for the state
last season, failed to carry out all Mr.; Hull suggested that the commissioners -
capital, Representative R.. Everette !
I its scheduled games. Reports from request a ground plan
Burchard advertises that he will introduce
Probability that the 1933 Hendry the east coast are to the effect that from the State Road Department's _

county tax roll would be increased I I no league will be organized there a local bill effecting Henrdy LaBelle representative, Mr., Bondi,
county "the caption of which being The county commissioners of,Hen-
from its present figure of approxi- ,,this season. ( who had previously said that the department -
follows AN ACT decided Tuesday to get
' mately $750,000 to one million dollars -I The meeting was attended by an as would provide plans for I dry county
to create thte office of county Attor- detailed information on all persons
was made known Tuesday when :interested gathering of players, fans the beautification of highawys. I
ney, regulating his pay, appointment, receiving county aid through the
and business of Clewiston.
Hurd L. Reeves, tax assessor, appeared men
election and term' of office.' the bill fund set aside annually to pay the
before the board of commissioners I II -
I I is to. be presented at the 1933 ses- pauper list. Notice will be given to
, > with the suggestion and requested GARDEN CLUB TO
I j j'i.f sion. each person now drawing monthly allowances -
their approval of the total figure. I BURCHARD NAMEDON
[ According to the information of from the list that the coun-

The commissioners were request-I those with whom Mr. Burchard had TAKE AG. LESSONS ty will require"sworn affidavits as

;-? ednot as a board, but as Individuals, 4 COMMITTEESOF discussed the proposed legislation, I I to the financial circumstances of

; to sanction the increase. They took the county attorney would be required each. Blanks for this purpose are

no action, and made no suggestions.The to serve attorney for the boardsof FROM H. L. SPEERMembers in the office of W. T. Hull, clerk.In .

assessor pointed out that the LEGISLATURE county commissioners, and school i the present year's budget the

assessment roll of 1926 was well over board and to give legal advice to sum of $2,000 is set aside to provide -

three millon dollars, and that since the county officers, and be prosecuting of the Clewiston Garden aid to needy citizens of the

that time the total valuation of the I R. Everette Burchard, Hendry attorney ,in the county judge's Club are given the opportunity to county. Commissioner Alto Hires,

county had steadily been decreased.The county's representative in the lower court. Some mention was also madeof learn of soils and fertilization and Denaud, reported no paupers in his

valuation last year, the lowest house of the Florida 1933 legisla- having this office act as legal adviser other phases of home gardening by district; Commissioner Alston reported -

in years, was made after the roll !!ture, and who holds the dual dis- for 'all drainage districts of a Prof.- H. L. Speer. of Pahokee, whois only one pauper: in the Clewiston

was made up by the assessor, and af-|;tinction' of being the youngest mem- certain class in the county. The conducting a series of classes at district, and that this person was

ter a 16 day session of the commis-| ber of the house and of being the only Office apparently would be elective the ,Community Club of Belle Glade. on the list only temporiarily to pro-

sioners sitting a board of equalizers, !I.member of the Republican party In but the advertisement does not give One meeting 'was held last week and I vide funds to pay for a recent ,op

went through the roll and made a.djustments -]!! either ,branch of the law making I the length of term nor the salary. another' is scheduled Tuesday after- ,eration.

to make, as they said, the lody, was favored by Peter Tomasello, The salary was discussed with the noon. When the blanks are filed (at the
assessments In all parts of the county |jr., speaker of the house, in his nam- county democratic executive committee The classes are being sponsored by next ,meeting) the commissionerssaid

equal. On the roll last year the I ling committeemen for the 70 odd and in this connection is was the Upper Glades Flower and Garden I they' would go through the entire -

commissioners did not agree on the committees In the house of repre- .said that the i Calocrsahatch.ee Improvement Club, which is made up of units from I list and make whatever adjustments -

J' assessment figures placed on vacant :sentatives. Burchard was placed on District paid $1500 one Pahokee, Canal Point, Belle Glade, I they think is proper. They

,,: i f land of.the Consolidated Land com-|four committees. They are: County year ,for attorneys advise. This fig- Clewiston and Moore Haven. ,intimated that some names on the

-' pany, and other property holders/ roads and bridges, Education "B," ure was discussed as a base from Professor Speer is an authorityon : list are drawing more than their

The assessor reported that the assessments -Game, and Immigration. which to arrive at a salary for the the subject and deserves much share in proportion to others on the

had been made after an agree- I Representative C. M. Collier, of proposed county attorney. credit for taking his time to pass
,y'f, ment with officials of the company Collier county, a veteran In legisla- this valuable information oil to the matter of providing a mothers

that if such valuations were made jtive circles, was placed on eight important Blato Wins Second Flight members of the various civic clubsIn pension was presented to the board

they would pay up the back taxes on I j committees of the house: Victor Blate, by defeating Jim- the lake section. There' is no by Mrs. Alice C. Bailey, who requested -

(, the land and keep the property on His committee asignments are, Banks. my Harrington two and one Tuesdayannexed ) charge for these lessons. It Is a that the commissioners begin to

6 the tax books. The agreed valuationwas and Loans, Building and Loan Associations the championship of the matter which was sponsored by the give some thought to the proposi-

$600 per section., The company ; County Finances; Canals I(I second flight of the Spring handi Upper Glades Club to stimulate interest tion of providing such a pension to

paid ,its taxes, according to the agree- t land Drainage; County Roads and cap golf tournament in gardening and to providea widowed mothers of the county who

ment. (bridges;' Industries; Public Amusements Tom Shelley, Dave Alston, Jay reliable source of Information on have children of school age. She

;' After the present board of coma ; Public roads and highways,I Moran and Hoomes Rich were,moved flower and vegetable culture to its cited a statute in which the commis-

o missioners would not state their Railroads, Telegraph and Telephone. Into the quarter-finals of the Spring members.The sioners might levy a tax of one-half-

! sanction nor approval of the proposition | Glades county's representative, J. handicap golf tournament thos week. series of lessons will be con- mill to provide funds to carryon

T v to increase the total valuation H. Peeples, was named on six com Shelley meets Alston Sunday to tinued until the entire scope of gra- this work. She was told that a levyof

',of the county to one million dollars: mittees: Livestock, Canals and draln- decide which will enter the finals dening will have been covered by one-half mill under the present

'the tax assessor said he was undecid-, :| age; Census and Apportionment, match against the winner of the ,lo- the agriculture instructpr of the Pa valuation would yield an income of

(Continued on page, 4) 1 County officials; Fisheries and Game. ran-Rich contest. hokee high schpol, (Contjnue4 on page 4)R

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Notice of Intention to Apply For
The Clewiston News
The Passage of Special or Local
Published every Friday in Clewiston One bad start for the House.' The .r Legislation

Florida by the CLEWISTON NEWS caucus voted down a proposal by the CLASSIFY RUSSELL KAYAnd "

IDC. Hlllsboro delegation that employ- Notice is hereby given that at the '
regular session of the Legislature -
ment of relatives of members as
of the State of Florida, to conveneIn
Catered as second class matter. attaches be prohibited.We did you get an ear-full of heads than ever before. the month of April, 1933, application ',

February 1, 1927, at the Post Officeat hope this does not mean the what the governor had to say about The Tampa Tribune, in a recent will be made for the passage of ',

Clowleton Florida under the Act continuance of the shameful several hun- special local legislation the substance '
graft our school system! I mean he just editorial, reports that or "<- "
of March 8, 1897. practised by the last legislature in naturally got 'em told in every lan- dred pupils in one high school fail of which will be as follows: ':,' ,

the employment of useless attaches. guage includin' the Swede. ed to make their grades this year. Au Act relating to South Florida

A newspaper devoted to the best The 1931 Legislature, with 133 And if you don't think'' that took Those children must be held over at Conservancy District; amedning sec- '
tions 5 6 7 and 19 of Chapter
Interests of Hendry County, Florida.. members, had, in the regular session, courage and intestinal fortitude additional expense to the taxpayer.The of
13802, Laws of Florida, Acts ,
Ita leading newspaper. 346 attaches, in the first extra ses- you're crazy, for there isn't a more number of such failures, if you 1929, relating to said South Florida ?V>y,. .

sion 227, In the second extra session powerful nor sinister organizationin check on it, will startle and amaze Conservancy District; Providing for T' :,

subscription rate: per year$2.00 191. They cost the state 150385. Florida today than the outfit that you. the levying of taxes or special assessments i

47. The pay of the 133 members for has a strangle hold on our educational Fathers, Mothers, and ParentTeachers' upon lands within said
Outside of State of Florida ......$2.5'0
the 100 days of the three sessions system. groups. sincere in their desireto District for the year 1933 and sub' :

Advertising, rates furnished on application. totaled 79800. So the "h ire c1" They think money ,grows on trees aid our schools have unwittinglybeen sequent years; Fixing the time within -.

help of the Legislature cost, nearly and they own the whole grove. WhenIt made the tools of the selfish which certain tax sale certificates '
Issued for non-payment of taxes assessed -
double the pay roll of the members. comes to wastin' money that gang interests. They've been 'gettin' only by said District may be redeemed y

The Senate averaged five attachesper have got a drunken sailor lookin' one side of the story. But now, Determining the amount of
; '
Dustnea office. Clewiston News;j
Senator. like a Scotch miser. thanks to the governor's courageouslead benefits which have accrued to cer-
Clewiston Florida. Editorial and I
The people will not tolerate a rep- Now don't get me wrong., I'm not maybe we'll wake up and start ,tain lands within the District; Pro- ,

Advertising game itlon of this, graft this session. Theyare talking about the teachers, God bless doin' some first-class and badly need- viding methods whereby certain tax ','

not disposed to pay for workless 'em, they've been doin' all the work, ed house cleanin'ParentTeachers sale certificates may be redeemed '

Telephone 339 jobs for the friends relatives lakin' all the blame, and gettin' noth- II Associations today and certain taxes may be paid;
political '
Making certain sections of the Re- ...
r. : and girl friends of legislators. in1 but starvation wages and dirty face an opportunity to render a vised General Statutes of Florida applicable -

OFF ON THE WRONG FOOT The vote of the House caucus Is dis- looks for their efforts. I I greater service to '!our schools and to said District and valida-' .:', ..

appointing, to those who ,are hopingfor We've set back and let' a flock of our state than at any time in their ting certain doings and proceedingsof j

The state legislature managed to better, things from, this Legisla- so-called educational authorities play history If they will ,rise up In a body the Board of Supervisors of said :, '

get off on the wrong foot the first ture. ,Tampa Tribune. around with our school system until and demand "a complete new: deal"In District.

crack out of the box. They didn't they've got- us ho-_-tied and trussed our whole school set-up. DATED, this March 15, 1933.

up to where we can't turn around. The expense of operating our J. B. Jeffries,
even wait for the gong to sound. GAINFUL USE OF HIGHWAYSBy "
Meeting as a Democratic'caucus on They have loaded us up with schools can, and must, be sharply President Board of Supervisors.

the eve of convening the session, ( Russell Kay) Boards, Trustees, Supervisors, Direc- reduced. We've' got to do away

members of the house voted 42 to The United States Supreme court tors, Superintendents, Principals, with a lot of poppycock. It can be NOTICE OF APPLICATION:

33 to violate the state platform says: Assistants, Professors, Secretaries, done and we owe it to our childrento FOR TAX DEED <
and what-not, until we've got a jig take steps toward straighteningout
the of
pledge condemning practice
"It cannot be said that the stateis r---- t
loading up the public payroll with powerless to protect its highways I saw puzzle that nobody can figure this mess now. If we don't, we NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, "

the kinfolk of. officials.That's will find that a few years hence they "
from being subjected to excessive that Bessie Schuck, holder of part
start state of Florida is providing will into a hard-boiled world
a that will not com- emerge ,
burdens when other means of trans- of Tax certificate No. 1042 dated the
the schools with seven times as much unqualified to face its problems. As
mend the legislature to the confi-
portation are available. I 7th day of July, A. D. 1930, has filed -
dence: of the.people of Florida. If money today as it furnished duringthe parents themselves'they will be burdened
"The of
use highways for truck said certificate In my office and
boom period, and what have we with a debt and insufficient
they are going to begin by disregardIng -
transportation has its manifest con- made application for tax deed to issue -
their, got? Schools closing for lack of costly school facilities that andI
: party's platform it is pretty you
venience, but we perceive no constitutional thereon in accordance with law.
certain where they will finish. They funds, teachers without pay, and pu- passed on to their shoulders, be-
grounds for denying to the Said certificate embraces the following -
pils unable to make their grades. cause lacked the and.
will we
wind up such disrepute that courage
state the right to foster a fair distribution described property situated In
they won't dare show their faces The'propagandists sob and tear brains to solve these problems at the
of traffic to the end that Hendry County, Florida, to-wit:
their hair about "our children." time it solve
back home. was our duty to them.
the public should not be Inconvenienced
Lots 12-13 Block 412 Clewiston.
Nobody expected very much of the They say we are robbing them of And folks, that time isn't after wh'neof ,-
, by inordinate uses of its high- The assessment of said property
legislature and the first performance their rights. I'll say we are! We've bye and bye-but right now.
ways for purposes of gain. under the said certificate issued was
makes it plain that even that little been spending millions of the tax- All right, I've spoken my little
"It is well established law that the
in the name of A. J. Wilder.
was too much. It is evidently goingto payers dough and turning out kids piece, now go ahead and throw your
highways of the state
are public less Unless said certificate shall be ,
be the same old outfit, full of individual useful knowledge in their'uubap tomatoes.
property; that their primaryand; preferred redeemed according t olaw, tax deed
idiosyncrasies running a riot
use is for private purposes; -'-- will issue thereon on the 10th day

of irresponsibility. Woe to the Dem- I that their use for purposes of gains Prior to that the disciples had L'1 April, A., D. 1933.
ocratic party for having to take a I
rap from a herd like that.-Ft. My- generally special and at least extraordinary, the ''legislature, which I I cboolJeS50n called Jesus the Son of God. In John D.Dated 1933.this 10th day of March, A.

ers News-Press. 1:41, Andrew found his brother Simon -
: may prohibit or condition as It seems WILLIAM T. HULL,
(Peter) and said, We have ,

:FARM DEBTS SHOULD BE fit. found the Messias, which is, being (Seal) Clerk Circuit Court,
In considering the control and regulation Hendry County, Florida.
MADE WITH UTMOST CAUTION 0 interpreted, "The Christ, and inverse
of commercial use of FlorIda Mar. 10-17-24-31, Apr. 7.
49 of John 1, "Nathaneal an
highways, the legislature woulddo April, 0, 193S.
swered and saith unto
Him, "Rabbi;
(By Spuds Johnson) well to'be guided by the wisdom ,
", '
SUBJECT: Jesus Requires Confes- thou art the Son of God. -
It seems that if'there is for the Individual ot the above opinion. NOTICE OF APPLICATION
sion and Loyalty. Then in Matt. 14:33 (When they FOR TAX DEED
farmer one lesson of all the
GOLDEN TEXT: "Whosoever will were in the boat during the storm)
depression which should stand out
above all the others, it is thisStayout The Height of SomethingFor come after me, let him deny himself, "Then they that were in the ship Notice is hereby given, that Foster -

of debt, almost as you: would and take up his cross, and followme. came and worshipped Him, saying, Meredith, holder of part or tax ,, 1

shun the plague.In the state to build a radio ." Mark: 8:34. "of "a truth, thou art the Son of certificate No. 1042, dated the 7th k

the not-so-distant past, debts station and then lease it to somebody LESSON TEXT: Mark 8:2738. God. day of July, A. D. ,1930, has filed
The lesson continues "And He certificate In office and made
to advertise while yald my
were easy to contract. Money couldbe space,on- we PRACTICAL TRUTH: Christians
borrowed by: mortgaging the farm. try to pay taxes on newspaper prop-. I I should be willing to sacrifice foresus' began to teach them, that the Son application for tax deed to issues
of man must suffer things and thereon in accordance with law.
Automobiles, and practically everything rties-seems to be just about thelast sake as He sacrificed for us. many ,
be rejected of the elders, and of the Said certificate embraces the follow-
else straw-but maybe it isn't. More
except the things we TIME OF LESSON: Summer of
chief priests and scribes and be ing described property situated in
probably needed most of allcouldbe and queerer do not seem impossible. A. D. 29.PLACE. ',

bought on the "uneasy" payment -Leesburg Commercial.ALL : Caesarea Phillip!-about killed, and after three days rise Hendry ,County, Florida, to-wit:
again. And, He spake that saying ,Lots 14, 15, '16, ,Block 412
plan. Too many of us took,advantage 25 miles north of the sea of Galilee.It .
openly. And Peter took him and Clewiston.The .
of the opportunity, and when the day EVERGLADES FAIR : was called "Caesarea Phillipi"
began to rebuke Him. This shall assessment as said property
came, we were caught short. Debts (Caesar's Phillipi) to distinguish it
never be unto thee. When Jesus under the said certificate issued was ,:
debts, debts, and more debts have The All from another Caesarea on the Medi-
Everglades Fair, sponsored turned ,about "and looked on His in the name of A. J. Wilder. .
drug us through the slough of des- terranean coast, where Paul was af-
jointly by the American
Legion disciples, he rebuked Peter, saying, Unless said certificate shall be redeemed -
pond, in many cases heve taken even posts of Pahokee and Belle Glade, terward imprisoned. i "Get thee behind me, Satan; for thou according to law, tax deed
our from u's. .
There away opened yesterday and 'will continue In our lesson of last week we left savourest not the, things that be of will issue thereon on the 17th day

are two classes of debts- through tomorrow. Scores of exhibits Jesus at Decapolis, where he healed God, but the 'things that are of of April, A. D. 1933.

; productive and non-productive. In of Everglades produce will be the deaf mute, and performed other I man.." This rebuke of Peter was Dated this 17th day of March, A.

the future, it would stand us In good shown. miracles. In that region also He i in practically the same words whichChrist D. 1933.
g to, remember this well. Bor- Today the Fair will be visited by fed the four thousand. Then after spoke to Satan during the (Seal) William T.' Hull

rowing money for productive pur- a motorcade from Fort Myers, La- crossing the lake'' to Dalmanutha on temptations In the wilderness, Clerk 'of Circuit Court Hendry

poses where we feel reasonably Belle and other towns on the newly the west, and again to the neighbor- "And when He had called the 3-172430.| | 4714.) County Florida

[ sure that we can use the money thus opened cross state highway. hood of Bethsadla Julias near the. people unto him with His disciplesalso A -

, borrowed to produce more money for The Fair supercedes the Bean northeastern shore, Jesus and the disciples he said unto them: "Whosoever 0/:1'
us is not so bad. Even that should be NOTICE INTENTION TO APPLY
festival of former years and is start on a trip to the region of will come after me, let him deny OF

practiced with caution, however. But located at the Festival grounds in Caesarea Phillipi and Mount Hermon, himself, and take up his cross and FOR PASSAGE OF

' ; borrowing money for the purchase 'Pahokee. about 30 miles to the north. Feedingthe follow me. For whosoever will save SPECIAL OR LOCAL LEGISLATION
of something which will
! bring 4000 was a different miracleto his life shall lose it; but whosoever

i us more money Is certainly a good The worst feature of having a feeding the 5000. shall lose his life for m ysake and NOTICE_ HEREBY GIVEN that .. ,

:Ii': thing to avoid. As a usual thing circus come to town is the ragged Our lesson today begins: "And the gospel's, the same shall save itFor at the session 'of the Legislature of :. .

credit costs us more than 8 per centa and bedraggled posters that blare Jesus went out, and His disciples, what shall it profit a man, if 'he Florida to convene in April, 1933, ap-

year to obtain. forth from garages long after the into the towns of Caesarea Phillipi shall gain the whole world, and lose plication will be made for the pass-

Another trouble with debts is that attraction has passed. While we and by the way He asked His dis- his own soul? Or what shall a man age of special or local legislation, the

, most _of them are contracted during are trying to beautify the town it ciples, saying unto them, 'Whom do give in exchange for his soul?" substance of which will be, as follows -

tmes when money Is cheap, and com would be a good Idea to remove men say that I am? In these verses of the revised ver : Act ,IAn

: modity prices are high. Our farm the remains of the lions and ele- Men are prone in these times to sion of the Bible uses the word "life"in Flood Control relating District to Okeechobee amending
; -
products are selling well.' Then when phants. say it does not matter what views place of "soul" as In the King Sections 9, 10, 11 and' 27,

we go to pay up, money has become we' hold about Jesus, as long as we James version.: We think "soul" of Chapter 14777, Laws of Flor-

more valuable. When we make a debt Shall we permit two' per cent of accept His teaching'and obey'it. ThatIs more nearly expresses Christ's mean ida, Acts of 1931, relating to

that requires 100 bushels of corn to the traffic, operated for private gain, not what Jesus Himself thought.He ing than "life." Okeechobee Flood Control Dis-

fr f; repay and then some years later have to destroy our magnificent highway regarded the future of Chris- A writer says: "For whosoever trict; repealing Sections 13, 14,

I; 'to sell 1000 ,bushels of corn to repay system? Loads In excess of 16,000 tianity as bound up with a right shall save, his life shall lose it," 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21; 22,

: It, it is much more difficult for should not be allowed. understanding of His person. If sounds paradoxical, until we stop to 23, 24 and 25, of said Chapter
us to meet our obligations. there is the 14777, Laws of Florida, Acts of
--- one thing New Testament consider that Jesus is speaking of
' 1931, relative to Okeechobee
Credit, where needed and used Intelligent regulation of commer- makes abundantly clear, it Is this- two kinds of life, the higher life and Flood Control District. = o.

!! wisely, is most necessary. But we cialized motor transportation on that the Christian gospel is not a the lower life. He who would save I '

' should not soon forget the credit Florida highways Is the only protec- teaching, a philosophy, or a morality his higher life of the' spirit must Dated this March 23, 1933.

lessons handed us by the depression. tion of the tax-payers' $240,000,000road merely. It centers In what Jesus deny his lower life. Whosoever shall BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS ,J

investment. was and did. OF OKEECHOBEE FLOOD l
t'' lose his lower life for Jesus' sake
Petition Signers/ "And they answered, John the Bap- shall save his higher life. CONTROL DISTRICT. f

Marianna- If a Georgia man can make a hun- tist; but some say, Elias; and others, ""Whosoever therefore shall be By F. D. DUFF,

The Floridan tells of a dred dollars a month raising worms One of the prophets." ashamed of my words In this adul Vice-Chairman.

Texas reporter who actually secured ;for fish bait, it looks as, if hundredsin Their report showed that all per- terous and sinful generation; of hi 1

signatures of 400 reputable citizensto the bread lines could find some sons believed that Jesus in some also shall the Son of Man be ashamewhen mFOR

a petition urging President Roosevelt kind of work to do to make a ,living. way represented God and His work. he cometh in the glory of I SALE i iI

to appoint his attempted slayerto Times-Union.. "And He said unto them: But Father with the holy angels." ,
cabinet. I Twenty acres in Palm dale ;
a Glades
position The Floridan whom say ye that I am? And Peter ,

remarks that, as none of the signers Though the Akron crashed short- answered and saith unto Him, Thou Phil Armstrong of the Jackson County, Florida.

read it, the stunt gives a fair idea ly after 1:30'Tuesday morning, the art the Christ." ville Times-Union, says the manufac CLEAR

of the value of petitions in gauging Jacksonville Times-Union and the Matthew 16:16, gives Peter's an- turers should print the words of TITLE

public opinion. But we, do wonder Fort Divers News-Press are the only swer thus: "Thou art the Christ, "Sweet Adeline" on, the labels. MRS. EVA HENLEY

Just what the reporter told them they two morning papers to get the news the Son of the living God;" and Luke Does he think folks have forgotten :'

were signing.Suwannee Democrat. in the regular Tuesday editions. 9:20 gives it: "the Christ of God." them during prohibition? Yucaipa, Calif.


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I. "
L. G. Lewis, representative of the NOTICE OF, APPLICATIONFOR :>> We. are among the many state

Clyde-Mallory Line, at Miami, wasa GOVERNOR SHOLTZOFFERSREWARD I newspapers that are wondering

I Personal MentionGratton visitor in Clewiston Wednesday.Mrs. ; TAX DEED where the Bradenton Herald got the

: I idea Governor Sholtz advocated a

Frank Cothern, of Pahokee, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, road building holiday during his

George made a business spent a short while here Monday campaign. He certainly didn't men-

trip to Arcadit Wednesday.Mr. visiting friends on her way to La- Haven Democrat tion it hereabouts, and we heard
Belle. (From Moore ) of July, A. D. 1930, has filed said nothing of it in his radio addresses.DON'T .
A reward of two hundred dollars
certificate in office and made
my application -
and Mrs. R. C. Nowling were
has been offered by the state for the for tax deed to issue thereon -
Visitors in Belle Glade Sunday. Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. C. W. Mc-
conviction of the in
Donald and Miss Ulla Jacobsen were apprehension and accordance with law. Said cer-
murderers of the three tificate embraces the described
I visitors in West Palm Beach yester- murderer or following -
C. V. Parkinson made a business young men who were shot to deathon property situated in Ilendry I

trip to LaBelle Wednesday. day, a prarie road near Lakeport on County, Florida, to-wit: Lots 18 to GET UP

victims Donald 22 Incl., Block 356, Clewiston.The .
Mrs. J. Lang McDonald returnedto February 2nd. The ,
@ Norton Lincoln Whidden and Mar- assessment of said property
Clewiston Saturday after ,
an ex- :
Palm Beach under the said certificate lAt
Jeff Baldwin, of West issued was
in the most NightIf
tened visit with relatives in Alabama vin Morrow, were killed
was in Clewiston on business Mon- brutal manner and the tragedy shocked in the name of J. D. Gortalowsky.
Unless said certificate shall be redeemed you are one of tho millions who
day. the entire, section of the state. according to law tax deed 3 must got up several times a night
Watson Troy Puryear left Monday for Sheriff J. J. Wiggins has worked will Issue thereon on the 24th day I a your trouble is probably duo to an
Mr. and Mrs. of West Dawson Georgia, where he was call- almost unceasingly on the case since of ,April, A. D. 1933. I irritation of tho bladder or excess
of the Then E
acidity urine. Just try
Palm Beach were visiting friends ed on account of the serious illnessof that time, but no arrest has been Dated this 24th day of March, A. i I I GOLD MEDAL

here Monday. / his mother. ,made up to the present. Due to the D. 1933. HAARLEM OIL CAPSULES'

I 'circumstances ,surrounding ,the tragedy (SEAL) WILLIAM' T. HULL, r During 237 yean this fine old prcpa-
Miss Bonciel Stone and Foy Dur- Mrs. L. W. Stanton, a'nd Miss Bet I' it has been most, difficult of sol- Clerk of Circuit Court, 31 ration has helped millions. Insist E

rance attended the show in Fort. My- ,ty'Wlllcox, of Stockbridge, Mass, were ution. The men were shot as they Hendry County, Florida I on Gold Medal. 35j5. .

ers Wednesday night.F. I visitors in Clewiston Friday en routeto drove along the road ,in a truck about M-2431.| A-7114121| |

their northern home. 4 o'clock one,afternoon, their bodies I ___ ________ ,_,. ____ _____ _. __ _
.F. McDowell, of New York, was were found the next morning by a

registered at the Clewiston Inn Monday Mrs. E. R. Fontaine, and Mrs. passing motorist in what appearedto

;Lloyd Sparrow left Monday for Tam- be the positions' in which they

'pa where' they will spend a week fell when shot.

Vv' K. Lewis, of Lakeland, a produce visiting relatives.Lt. Local feeling has not abated, andit

buyer, spent several days this is hoped that the offer of the reward FARM LANDS

week here on .business., N. L. Hemenway, who has by the governor will stimulatean
been here for the past two week on Intensive search for the murder-

Mr. and Mrs.. H. F. Ford, of Fells- .government busniess spent the week

mere spent Tuesday here visiting the end at his home In Jacksonville.Mrs. ers.The executive order offering the FOR

of the U. S.
sugar house Sugar
reward follows:
k; corporation. L. R. Johnson and her daughter State of Florida

c r--- Miss Ruby Johnson, ,recently arrived -
>: Executive Department
Mrs. H. A. Land and Mrs. H. C. in Clewiston for an extended
WHEREAS, it has been officially SPRING CROPSThe
Avant were visiting friends in Belle i visit with her son and daughter, Joe
brought to my attention than an
Glade Tuesday. Johnson' and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson.Mrs. .

.1 murdered Lincoln Whidden, DonaldE
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hill 'were visit- R. L. Saxon of Moore Haven
Norton, and Marvin Morrow, in
ing in West Palm Beach Saturday j Miss Jewel Lowe and Forest Saxon,
Glades County Florida, February
night. I of Ft. Myers, were visitors in West
2 1933 and that after diligent
Palm Beach Saturday. Mr. Saxon
Lefty Baker spent Monday in Se- has been visiting relatives here for search the authorities of Glades Clewiston Co.roii

bring where he plans to play base- the past two weeks. County have been unable to appre- .

ball this season. hend the unknown party or parties.


,Joseph Freidland, of Jacksonville Sholtz, acting under authority vestedin +a

spent several days this- week in Clew- The secret marriage of Miss Fran- me as Governor of the State of
Florida, do hereby offer a reward -
iston on business. i
ces Tippey, daughter of"Mr. and Mrs.J. .
I in the sum of
F. Tippey, to Mr. Zerney Meredith, a
; Mr. and MJS. Ftostet Meredith I TWO HUNDRED ,DOLLARS
son of Mr.. and Mrs. Foster Meredith
returned this week from a visit with I for the apprehension and convictionof I
friends in St. Augustine. was made public this week. The the party or parties of the afore-

young couple slipped away and were said crime.

Mrs. Mary Stokes and Miss Sue quietly married in Ft. Lauderdale IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF,

Bertram were, among Clewiston folk i three weeks ago. They plan to I, have hereunto set my handS Clewiston Golf Course
in West Palm Beach Thursday. and caused the Great SealE
remain In Clewiston until May when
II of the State of Florida to be
they will leave to make their homein
Mrs. C.. Budiocco, of Brooklyn, N. A affixed at Tallahassee, the
Y. was a visitor in Clewiston Wednesday Jacksonville. Mr. Meredith: is, an L Capital, this the 29th day of

en route to her home from a electrical engineer for the U. S. Sugar March, A. D., 1933. ..

I winter's visit in Miami. :corporation here. (Signed) DAVID SHOLTZa
---- -
to thePublic II. ", :


' : .' .,: : A POT LUCK DINNER. "- J J''\- '

.1" '. "; "COME in and take pot luck" thermos_ jug. Another guest :-':,
the old invitation for -'
brought a delicious charlotte for -
.. Moderate
Green Fees
a most informal dinner-
dessert, and also a can of coffee
; ..' ,_ and only the most conventional which she made into delicious
.; .) person could that "pot luck"
say drip coffee just before serving. '
wasn't the best luck in the world. Paper plates and napkins were a Exceptional Fairways

Some say the expression originated happy thought because they elim-
from peasant heartnsides inated the aftermath of after dinner
;::y ,.". ','. where the pot always bubbled dishes and linen. I Interesting GreensThe

': \ away, and some days it contained
I.1' ,. Paradise Cocktail: Drain the
: of
! more this, while another day
< ,::, .<, more of that-and one took the contents of one No. 1 can of pears
,j i. '" luck of, the pot. Others'associate and cut the fruit in small cubes.
t ,.' the poker significance of the term Add one cup orange pulp. Mash Most Popular Recreation

; "pot. But no matter where it Idw three tablespoons mint jelly, four Center in Clewiston
tablespoons fresh lime
,. came from-it's "pot luck"' just juice, two-
the same. thirds cup of orange juice and
syrup from the nears. Heat until
And just now Pot Luck dinners
the jelly is melted. Chill and
are very much in vogue, because
they offer pour over the fruit. Serve ice 'V T
a sparkling, spontaneous TA
cold in cocktail with
.' cups a gar
'" sort of evening with no
formal restrictions. Here Is the nish of sprigs of fresh mint. ,
---- ----
--- ------- ----- ----- -
.. :' \ way one ,little group worked it Onion Soup: Saute two cups

.,. ',', out. They were congenial couples thinly sliced onions! in four table- -"' -
', who dined together once a week spoons butter until a golden -
: at the country club in good golf brown and partly tender. Add
;, weather. And, then, came winteras one and one-half quarts of boil-
," the movies used to say. So, ing water and two cans of bouil-
to speed winter on Its way, one lon. Cook gently until the onionsare
'young matron, who liked lots of done. Season to taste. In STOP
... fun with little fuss, suggested a serving,. float one or.' two small ,
once-a-week pot luck dinner at a diamond-shaped pieces of toast, ;
different house each time, with thickly covered with Parmesan at our place anytime during J...r

each couple bringing a course.' cheese, in, each serving. daylight hours. : &;'

Veal Medallions: Cut the con-
And What a Dinnerl
tents of three 7-ounce cans of ,1

The hostess served the main veal loaf in eight even pieces,
course, because planked steaks then shape and pat carefully with LOOKthe :
and such things dislike to be the hands'into nice round flat

dashed around over miles of roadto patties. Add grated cheese to place over note its clean
get to their destinations and seasoned mashed potatoes, and
the guests brought good-natured ff pile lightly In round mounds on and sanitary methods. .
travelers such o the veal patties. Place a thick
as soups, salads,
desserts, etc. And what a dinner slice of nice ripe tomato on top
this first pot luck meal turned of each, and sprinkle with salt,
out to be! Very appropriately, fre4tr pepper and paprika. Bake in a LISTENto .
I almost everything came in pots- hot oven-400 degrees-for about ..
the sort that are easy to cook twenty minutes.
In, easy to carry and easy to & 'lwHere's Charlotte Russe a TOrleans: your own convictions.

it serve from. Soak one and one-fourth tablespoons
The first course was a cocktail. gelatin in four tablespoons "
,; and It came cold and frosty after the Menu for 8 cold water. Beat four egg yoUr Why gamble cleanliness, purity and
: the cracked-ice manner of cocktails Parndiir Cocktail with six tablespoons sugar, add
JT' 6t ; then there was onion soup Onion SIJ/II two cups scalded milk and cook sanitation against a few pennies?

'" ,' in those little French onion soup Veal ", ,',1"Tli"n5 :n a double boiler until creamy.
bowls which boast lids. The Aiptiragus it if ft Hoi'infinite Satire Add the gelatin and stir until dis
soup came in a big crock and was Dressed CifiimhrrfarfiVi and solved. Add one-fourth pound of Clewiston Co.
heated and then poured Into the Green P pprr icings stale crushed macaroons and eight Dairy
little bowls-which the soup- Bread Stick stale lady fingers and set asideto
J course guest brought along with Charlotte Ruse FOrlean cool and set. When about to TELEPHONE 333
I her-since soup must be piping Coffee Mints stiffen, add one cup of moist cocoanut -
J hot.' Then followed veal medallions and fold in one cup of DRINK MILK FOR HEALTHt
t, and asparagus with Hollandaise beaten cream. Chill ,in Ice box
sauce, which was the main salad-dressed cucumber radish for several hours. ,Serve piled in
course contribution of the hostess and green pepper rings-trans glasses with a garnish of whippedcream
someone else brought the ported "cool as a cucumber" In and cherries.


2. Schools. any disposition of the money.
3. Motor Vehicle License Tags. It was suggested that since lat "
i 4. Retention of one cent gas tax former ,members of the Better Business :
t:3: r, for. general revenue. association are now members of" }
I 5. County officers salary bill. the Kiwanis club, that the money be ,"
'I. '. iG 6. Debt refunding commission turned: over to the service club. It. '.
was also suggested that the money' !;
G be given to the Clewiston baseball. :
Sholtz Flays Racketof team, which is just starting a season.. '
1 The secretary is calling a meeting
1 tl( IIII k I I i Travelers BureauTallahasee at which time the affairs of the # .
be. ,
Better Business association will ;
I terminated. ,,

April 6-Terming the ________ '
oI\\ practice of operating privately own- COUNTY TAX ROLL :MAY BE -j
ed cars in competition with regulated RAISED TO MILLION ACAIUT( c

flI \ L YI\ 0 licensed transportation, systemsa
i &i "racket" Governor Sholtz has instructed (Continued from page 1) r..
all sheriffs and states at- ed as to what the total valuation the

torneys to exercise every effort to roll this year would reach. Whether '.
check this evil. he will compile the roll with a total*
Peace officers have been instructed valuation of one million, or less is {

to arrest and prosecute all oper- left entirely within his discretion. <

ators of unlicensed travel bureaus. A statement from the commissioners -

I Many of these concerns, it is alleged, would not be binding upon the
assessor as to the county total.
I operate private cars carrying
I passengers to points both in and out Individual members-of the commission
q of the state. out of the board room, said **
1 I 1 -- No protection is afforded persons they had nothing to do with the tax ;

who use these unregulated vehicles.I roll until it was presented to them,.

; The state law prohibits the' carryingof and then, only to see that the valua-
I. : APRIL FOOL FUN pay passengers' by any vehicle not tions on individual tracts were not..
licensed and carrying a certificate ,
from the Florida Railroad Commis-
FOOL'S DAY is a most dance, is to provide some one witha for kings and fools-and ,no COMMISSIONERS:: TO GET
date, for it Will hat and foolin'. The sion. "As a protection to our peo-
; Roger's cowboy a recipes serve eight DETAILS OF PAUPER \LIST:
gives foolish people an: op- rope and let'him, : lasso his partner ple and to visitors of our state, 'we .
portunity to be as foolish as they with whom ho ihen {lances, while Clown Cocktail should stamp out this racket ill .1----
'like. A party's the thing, and Ire' her expartnerswinss! the lariat. Radish Roses Celery Curls Florida," the governor stated. I. (Continued from page 1)
'gore to forget the addresses of all A cracker-eating relay is also Chicken nnd Ham Shortcake only $500 annually and that this
'the sensible people you know, because good for plenty of Knifjhs. The Grapefruit, Cucumber and amount would be far less than the .
: they wouldn't care to come ircn line up on one side of the Pimiento Salad WHAT IIS TO BE DONE WITH $47 funds now provided. It was said ""
anyway. room and the girls on the opposite Deep Dish Cherry Tarts FUND? that in case the commissioners were .
Send along a gay little paper side. Some one shoots a toy Coffee.
this mothers' pension fund,
clown in a red envelope to sum- pistol and "they're off." Each: Found: The Clewiston Better to adopt
mon your guests and write on his man must eat two craelcpj.s, runt Clown Cocktail: Simmer one- Business Association guilty of hoard- much less money would be provided
balloon: the girl opposite, 101"el. nnJ third cup of sugar and one-half ing the sum of $47. than under the present system.
Jfoto: is the time for all good fools, :whistle a tune which the girl cup water for three minutes. Add The board chairman, Mr. Dunaway,
To put their masks upon the recognizes. Announce, before the the syrup from two 8-ounce cans Wanted: The authority to put promised that the commissioners II
shelf race' starts, that the "Tinner of pineapple tidbits and onefourthcup this amount to a worthy purpose. would give thought to the proposition -
Dress in your raiment of cap and takes all," and explain afterwardsthat lemon juice, and chill. Halve These are two items confrontingthe by the next meeting of the board
bells he takes all the crackers to ?nd seed one cup of white grapes, remaining members of the Clew- ,
Come, and be yourself. cat. or takes all of the girls for a and combine with the tidbits in iston Better Business Association I :'
Black and white dominoes are walk around the block.A :. eight cocktail glasses. Pour over which disbanded here late in 1930'
favorites with the men, while Merry Table the syrup, and chill. Before serving with a bank balance of $47 and BOARD MEMBER IS :m
add three or four tiny wedgesof <:
j girls like to wear red and whiteas which will be disposed of at a called
rule. So the white A merry looking table may be cranberry jelly to each_ glass.
a give men
meeting of the members of the or- ,
balloons with a black-and-white- set using: red circles of cardboard Chicken and Ham Shortcake: ganization here. FOR WEIGHT LIMITLake
\ picture of some comedian cut froma reattl'.C"o'ler l a white cloth. In Make a white sauce of two table
magazine; and give the girls the center place a clown's whitecap spoons butter, two tablespoonsflour The matter was brought to mem-
with red flowers for the brim. bers of the association at the weekly '
red balloons
a photographof one and one-half cups of
March 31 (Special)-
;!; a partner for one of the pictures When the cap Is lifted the center milk and the contents of two bounce luncheon of the Clewiston ,Kiwanis City, ,
i;i on the men's balloon. For nt the flower-brim is filled with cans of evaporated milk. Club Wednesday night by Elbert L. W. B. Douglass, new member of
', example such well-known co-stars sections of a jig-saw puzzle Add the slightly beaten yolk of Stewart, bank cashier, and Miss Marion the Florida Railroad Commission
;'t: as Wheeler and Woolsey, Burns which everyone must sit down on one egg; then add the contentsof Leydig, secretary of the Better
:,: and Allen, Ed Wynn and his the floor to put together, after 'one, 12-ounce can of chicken Business Association. expressed his personal views regard-
"horse," two <(s.{ the Marx brothers, the supper. For favors, make one cup of diced cold boiled ham The sum which has been allowed ing the recent ruling which permits '
: etc. These may be supper partners'i funny characters cut of lolly-pops and two tablespoons diced piml- '
to remain in the bank was collected common carriers to haul 22,000 ,
or partners for the grand march with marshmallow hat, fig bodies ento. Add two cups cooking
1\ which Is done with hoops and and gum-drop feet. sherry, and season to taste. Serve as annual membership duesin pounds on Florida highways, yet

.I: sticks, and thus proves a very Red and White Supper Menu between and on top of split hot the organization and was payable limits private operators to 16,000 -
i lively way to begin the dancing.A baking-powdered biscuits which: only on checks signed, by Miss Ley- .b
foolish but very exciting tag Here is a menu with foods fit have been buttered. dig and G. V. Hudson, president. pounds. :
,Hudson went out of business here "I realize motor trucks are hereto

and moved away and it will take a stay and am not opposed to them,
vote of the members of the old organization I but I do favor a square deal for

''i Ar; in Clewiston to authorize everyone," the commissioner stated.What .

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rr tKy lpIj ffi We'Do .. ;

"j I With Your Money i.' >

HIGHLIGHTS OF GOVERNOR'S sume any further burden In this di-

MESSAGE TO LEGISLATORS rection. In return for the assistancenow m
; \
given the schools the state

; ; fP! -1.I.: \ Lr..) (Continued from page ,1)) should have a voice'in their manage- ififfi '

'i ; j duction in number of personnel of ment. State aid should furthermore' &! In order to give you a true picture of t>.e Building and !:fi
from 18 to 14. Place be uniformly dependent the' : tell how the
\ grand juries upon I Loan business, it is necessary to you we loan L
I upon slates ,attorneys the duty of I efforts which the counties themselves HiS;; funds of our stockholders invested with us. Building and :;;n
!\ CENTAMILEApril I compiling information for the use I make to tax themselves for school !: Loan Associations are governed by State laws which direct !fi :4

I of the courts, so that grand juries jpurposes. Recommendation that every ffi how we may Invest these funds. !:Ii t

14, 15 between A. C. L. would be called only at the directionof dollar contributed by the state be'
i ffi! t'
stations and many other points the court. A statute limiting spent for the sole purpore of paying, : ,

ik\ including Washington, D. C. Justices of the Peace and Constablesto or endeavoring to pay, 50 per cent !ffiffi: We make loans only' on first mortgage real estate security !:fi %
!\; Limit April 22. not more than two in any one of the teachers' salaries. Placing of !: and we are not permitted to buy or sell mortgages.. All
county. The 'submission of a Con- the State Board of Education in loans are repaid monthly, both interest and principal-making m

Eastern Cities stitutional Amendment abolishing charge of the ,curriculum of the pub- Hiffi our security better with each monthly payment.

h these offices. lic school system, likewise the fix-
April 14, 15 to New York, etc. E/7
Wants Pension Roll Pared ing of teachers' salaries. Debt ser-

',f Limit April 22. Round trip Careful examination of the state's vice is" solely a county or school dis- !:: The monthly payment loan makes for safety It permits !:Ii \
fares from (other points in pension roll and elimination of those I trict obligation and should not be !fi )lace to live in than he could possibly afford to rent. Thefi! ,';
i proportion) Clewiston: who are reaping the benefits of its foisted upon the state either directly the small wage earner to actually own and control a
abuses. or indirectly. The state Is obligated !HiHi small'monthly payments, including taxes, are in many instances Yi -'
WASHINGTON, D. C.....$19.95 less than the property would rent for. !Ii
Continue Present Gas Tax only for the revenue necessary : :
EJALTOIORE, Md_......_ 21.40
A continuance of the present gas HiHi
; PHILADELPHIA, Pa. 24.83 mainte-nance .
tax rate for an6ther two years. Even I W
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J... 2<3.93
with the budget balanced, this appears -I the payment of teachers' salaries. Building and Loan Associations have not only solved ..
NEW YOUIy.: :: .__.... 28.10
necessary for the protectionof ''Recommendation that money now : the problem of how to loan money on small monthly pay-n; "

Six additional "Cent a Mile" the' general revenue fund. The I received from racing and race tracksbe !Hi ments, but also how to collect this money without working !:fiu
and "Eastern Cities" Excur- recommendation' that immediate attention diverted to school funds. := a hardship on the borrower. Consequently these associationshave
have a remarkable record of low percentage of foreclosures.
sions, towit: be given to passage of such I Repeal of the 18th Amendment :;
legislation. Passage of such legislation as 'will
May 27' 28, 29 Sept. 1, 2, 3 Protection of Florida's highway permit the submission of the ques- m LR
July 1, 2, 3 October 6, 7 investment by intelligent regulationsfor tion of Repealing the Eighteenth Become a stockholder in Clewiston Home Building Asso-
Aug. 4, 5 Nov. 28, 29 all motor hehicles. Establish- Amendment to the people. The Con- Hi ciation and let them take care of the lending and collectingof !fi
ment of a uniform maximum weight gress has legalized beer and at the your money and their capable organization will return to :
Easter !::fi you the largest dividends consistent with safety and no worry !:Fi
i Trips limit to prevent ruinous use of our same time utilized Its sale as a sourceof
of !E Ii to you.P.iGE ti!
highways. Elimination of highway revenue. Recommendation a :
April 10, 11, 12, 13, between freight trains, limiting overall length bill legalizing beer, in keeping with

southeastern points, including and width of vehicles and speed at the state and national Democratic .
Washington, D. C., one fare which heavily laden trtfcks may tra- m '
plus $1 for round-trip. Limit vel. Lack of forethought and actionin Admin-istration. '-

16 days.Pullman. this regard may result in the vide for a strict regulation of the

fares greatly reducedfor destruction of our $200,000,000 road traffic and the maximum revenue to Clewiston Home i

all excursion. For details system. Intelligent common sense be derived therefrom. Money so derived m .
consult legislation should be provided to could be used for the purchaseof
Ticket Agents or Pass- .
safeguard this investment. text books in our schools or such
eager Representatives of- Give State Voice in Schools other useful purpose which may m Association I Iffi
z snc a gAM0A0 a The burden of supporting our be deemed wise. .
txF IouTMi schools has been shifted graduallyfrom The introduction of a legislative

the ,counties to the state. The program at the beginning of the ses-

state furnishing more and more mon- sion as follows: m

ey each year The state cannot as- 1.: Appropriations,



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