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 21, 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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local School Expression Class to THEATRE GROUP Heavy Rains Fall On 200OOOTH BAG

Give Recital Lake Shore PlantersHeavy

Will RenderProgram expression recital by pupils of rains of what promises to

, Mrs. Norman Nielsen will be givenin three-act mystery comedy, en- be the first of the summer "rainy- OUT YESTERDAY

the high school auditorium Fri- titled "Oh, Kay,", will be presentedat season fell on this part of Florida

day night, April 2$. the high school auditorium Tues- Saturday and Sunday. Saturday's

, 5th The recital will consist, of two day night, April 25. The play is rainfall was measured locally at 2.20 }RECORD OF PREVIOUS SEASONS

one act plays in which the young being presented by the Community inches Sunday's rain showed only I ALREADY PASSED IX PRO-

pupils will take the roles. The firstto Players, local dramatic organization.AS 1.01 inches. DUGTIOX OF SUGARAt
-- The rainfall for the south
be presented will be "The Run- announced with the organization -

The promotion exercises for the aways with the cast composed of: of the club, its object is to side of the lake, as shown by reportsof 11:04 yesterday morning the
the U. S. Sugar corporation was
'elementary department of the Clew-I Bobby and Dick Paterson, Walker raise funds to build a community sugar house of the United States
1.902 inches for Saturday and 1.133
Feafs, Roberta and Betty
: Sfjicer house for Clewiston. The Club has
at the
iston school will be held high inches Sunday. Sugar corporation here producedbag
Hooks. The second play will be
already produced one play here this
school auditorium, Friday afternoon, with the A check of damages done to farm number 200,000, establishing a'
"Imagination, same pupils
season, The Suicide Specialist, and I
record of The harvest
: May fifth, at 1:30, M. G. Langford, playing the parts. crops in;; this vicinity shows about 30 production.
the reception that play received
/ and grinding season still has
cent loss to tomatoes. No other several
Readings will also be given per
said this week.
principal, places the theatrical group in high
weeks to run, and the 200,000
damaged. The bulk of the
Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, teacher of the little Gloria McDuffie, and by Doris favor among people of this section. damage fell on the tracts of Charlie mark passed yesterday already pass-

sixth grade, has charge of the pro- Hodges. Those in charge of the play "Oh, ed the production figures of the en-
Miner and W. C. Hooker, who were
gram. She will be assited by othersof The program is scheduled to be- Kay," proclaim it to be even more tire season in previous years.
farming near the lake shore just
at 8:15. The folks issuea
the elementary school faculty. gin young entertaining than the initial performance -
cordial invitation to their friendsto north of the experimental levee east The moment the bag dropped out
of the club.
The program is to combine the be present. There is no admission of the city limits. This damage is of the,automatic scales into the bag,

r May Day exercises with those of pro- charge. The play is being directed by Miss placed at about 60 acres. the air was rent with blasts from

motion, and the preparation for the Frances Munroe. whistles at the mill marking the bag

exercises will not take the pupils' Those in the cast of charactersare ging of this record-making bag. The

time from their studies. SMALLER GREENSTO : Mrs.., Tom Shelley, Mrs. W. C. GOLF FINALISTSGET bag was carried to the railroad car

... The Senior class of the high school Owen, Bobby Hare, Phil Peterson, and was soon forgot as it traveledon

f is planning to stage a class play just Mrs. Phil Peterson, Miss Elizabeth its way to the refinery, and others

before their graduation exercises. It BE IN VOGUE West, Bob Mitchell, E. E.: Kelly, J. RAINED OUTThe continued to follow It. \

is said that practice for their play W. Ezelle, Miss Mary Kline, and Art From all indications, the sugar

will be done entirely out of school Lawrence. producing season here has been en-
, hours. Mr. Langford said that in finals in the Spring Handicap tirely satisfactory. Two months ago
I Smaller greens will the vogue
as much as the ninth month was a golf tournament were postponed until the board of directors of,the company
on the Clewiston golf course, accord-
period of time being given to only a NEW BILL PERMITS oP the held a meeting here and their sat-
ing to a statement made this week by Sunday afternoon on account
few Florida schools, he is in favorof isfaction at the production was expressed
Lloyd Sparrow, pro. steady rains falling here last Sun-
cutting out all unnecessary activ- Clarence R. Bitting, president
This step is being taken to pro- BUYING OF BONDSTallahassee day when Tom Shelley and Hoomes by
ities and putting in full time to in- of the corporation. At that
vide better greens and at the same Rich were scheduled to playoff
struction. The county school board time the season was about at its
time to make the course just a little their championship match.
voted at a recent meeting to continueall half way mark, and the productionhas
more difficult. The large green of Already the the
greens on course
county high schools for a fullJ April 21-If House gone forward at an even more
number one will have about 20 feet
are showing a vast improvementsince
months term. This was accomplishedby bill 30 does not strike a snag in the rapid rate since that time.
taken off the front and about ten off
the rains and the grass on the
the services of all
discontinuing Senate it may soon be possible for the has" shown a
the back; it will also be made more Much of cane
fairways has grown rapidly in the
school buses durng the ninth month. I
narrow. Number two will be cut counties to ,retire bonds by purchaseof past week. higher sugar content this year thanin

Commencement exercises for the almost half in two, with about ten the securities in the open marketat any previous season, and many of
high school, which will be the latter I Rich and Shelley will meet Sun- i
feet of what is now the front of the present-day prices. the large tracts of plant cane, that is
of 'early in June, will day afternoon and after the match i
part May or
This which introduced
measure was maturity
green made ino fairway, and a wide cane in its first year of ,
be the first ever held in Clewiston. the cups and, medals to all winners :
strip of the back of the green also in the House by A. O. Kanner of has surpassed expectations in yieldas
It is planned to secure Rev. J.A. in the tournament will be awarded.
converted into ,fairway. Martin, and which quickly receivedthe well as In sugar content.
Tolle, of Pahokee, as the principal The of number three approval of the lower house, is Trophies will be given to Mrs.

speaker at the graduating exercises.The apron green considered to be of the Hoomes Rich, winner of the Womens
by one
will be left as fairway and a circular many
Senior class this is composed tournament Mrs. Evelyn Pace, run-
year ; ,
real this
I green, much smaller than the present economy measures of ses- ROLLINS TO GET
of four pupils: Jewel Lowe, large will be used. Only the sion. It is now in the hands of the ner-up in the women's tournament;

Roberta George, Bob Mitchell and green Senate's committee.The Victor Blate, winenr of the "B"
center part of number four will be Judiciary "B"
., _. Ed.' Ward.. used 'as a putting surface Number bill provides for allocation of flight; ,Jimmy Harrington, runner-I INDIAN SKELETONAn

It is"expected that more than five will have circular strip cut three cents of the gas tax for use up of the "B" flight; Mrs. F. Deane'

I twice the number will be enrolled in a in county bonds at the Duff, winner of the woman's consola-
from around it, leaving smaller
: the senior class of 1934. tion; and to the winer and the run-
market at the discretion of the
surface, for putting, and making this price exhibit based on the skeletonof
J:. the hardest par on the course. various boards of county commissioners. ner up of the men's consolation.B. 'a seven-foot Calusa Indian brave,

i I The green of number six will be Heretofore, the funds so received C. Flaniken now stands in the found on a small island near Fort

BILLS EFFECTING reduced to the size it was before be- were used for retiremnt of iiv- finals, waiting the play-off between Myers some time ago has been offer-

ing enlarged several months ago. terest coupons as they became due, Emett Shelely and Dr. J. W. White, ed to the Rollins; college museum

Only the front part of number sev- which in no way reduced the bonded who have not played their match to and has been accepted. The model

DISTRICT PASSED en will be played as green, the rest indebtedness. If the new bill be- see which wil enter the fnails in the will be moved to Winter Park in a

comes a law and county boards electto consolatino with Mr. ,Flaniken.
of this large green will be played as few days.

fairway. This will make this 445- so use the funds there will be a Both Mr. Shelley and Mr. Rich will The bones which formed the skel-

Three bills destined to reduce yard par five hole, the easiest of the material reduction in county debt. receive cups.MUCH eton of the giant Indian, which wasa

,. ,acreage tax in the Caloosahatchee"1 nine. Only the center of number member of the Calusa tribe believed -

Improvement district, to reduce the i eight will be kept closely cropped, to inhabited Southwest Florida
of the clerks of the II' Orlando Attorney is
compensation the rest will be allowed to grow as WRANGLING more than 500 hundred years ago,
circuit court in the counties included Mound Key, just off
normal fairway.TWENTY were found on
. in the district, and the fees of I Head of Control Board Fort Myers. They were placed in

': the tax collectors in the counties,I OVER BEER BILL position by Dr. F. K. Armstrong of

were passed by the House of Rep- ARRESTED Fort Myers, and from a clay pit near

resentatives in Tallahassee Monday.The ] Tallahassee, April 21-The state -, that west coast city a clay model of
bills introduced, board of control elected Raymond F.
were jointlyby made and
A joint committee composed of the gigantic Indian was
Representatives Wood, of Lee UNDER NEW ORDERTallahassee McGuire of Orlando, chairman of the the Judiciary "A" and the Tem- painted by Phil Parshall, former Rol-

:.. county, Peeples of Glades and Bur- state plant board and the state board perance committee of the Florida lins college art student.

chard of Hendry.One of' control, suceeding P. K. Yonge of Senate yesterday approved a, bill The excavation of the bones of this

of the bills, listed House Pensacola, who recently resigned.
as of the tribe brings to light
April 21-Sheriff O. lagalizing 3.2 beer and wine. It member
Bill number 420, amends the stat- Governor Sholtz has not yet nameda
E. Hobbs, of Bay county, reportedto is expected to pass the Senate many interesting scientific points in
ute passed in the 1927 session of successor to Yonge on the two family habits of
with the
Comptroller J. M. Lee that twenty Tallahassee connection
the legislature and provides "for boards which are made up of the April 21Followingthe
3f tribe of Indians. Mound
arrests have been made since the usual 'week-end recess, the legis- this extinct
',t winding of the affairs of the same membership..
small island located just
order was issued to stop removal of lature swung into its third week, Key is a

.j Caloosahatchee Improvement Dis'trict timber from privately owned lands, with members of both the house and one mile off the coast at Ft. Myers

:, ; providing a means of retiring on which state and county taxes Queer RelationshipA Senate prepared to battle with im- and it is undecided as to whetherthis
and discharging the
existing obliga's
\ have not been paid. portant measures. Numerous com- island was the tribal burial

of Caloosahatchee Improvement Comptroller Lee has taken a determined mittee meetings and public hearingsare grounds where the bodies ,were mov-
District and creating a Board of
in the crude
stand and sheriffs of all ed across the water
young man married a widow who being held each day.
Trustees of Caloosahatchee Improvement Indians must have had, or
counties are urged to make arrests boats the
had a daughter. The man's own The Senate committee "beer"
District to wind up the affairs at that timea
thereof and to promptly where anyone Is found removing mother had died. His father came hearing was, of course, the major whether the island was
provide for the'collec-
It is thought
tion timber or naval stores from to visit the son's family quite fre- event of the week. Following the part of the mainland.
of omitted
or subsequent taxes
land sold for lands on which the state or county quently and fell in love with and House hearing last week and the that the former was the case, since
on non-payment.
The three bills were passed Mon- hold tax liens. Those arrested In later married the son's step daughter. passage of the bill by that body witha practically all parts of Florida In is
Bay county comprised a crew who Then the became theson's advocates experiencing a gradual
': day after having the rules waived ; father vote of 72 to 20, dry
were removing pulp wood for a large land at its shore line rather than
. to son-in-law because he had buckled on their armor and marshaled -
permit their read the '
being ,
sec- wash the soil.
ond time timber operator. married the young man's step-dau- their forces in an effort to stem having the sea away
by title only and the third The island is less than a mile
,- time ghter. the tide bv. a decisive rally at the
immediately thereafter, in full. and if the Indians inhabitedit
Later the father and the young Senate hearing last Wednesday even- square,
Sholtz Opposed without means of conveyance to ,
to wife had a son. This young child
ing.Wets could have supported
I mainland it
was: nf course' ,, the young ---:-: -'!' spurred on by the House the:
Gas Tax Bill Signed Special Sales Tax half brother, and at the same time, victory, came determined to make it only a small population. Or it is
the strongest of the
by virtue of the fact that the child a complete triumph. Both sides likely that only
could venture the mile, swim in
.' was the young man's daughter'schild pled their cause before a packed tribe
Tallahassee, April 21-The House Tallahassee, April 21 Standingfirm it became his grandson. This house. Every foot of space in the the sea to the island, if boats worthyof

bill providing for reenanctment of on the administration policyof the sea had not been 'providedthat
chamber the hearingwas
made the young man's wife the ,childs Senate where ,
the seven cent tax on gasoline with "No new sources of revenue" Gov- grandmother and since the young staged, was taken long before early in the development of

py'; revenue going to the general treasury ernor Sholtz frowned upon the pro- man was the husband of his grandmother the hour set for the hearing. Hun- Florida.

was signed by Govrnor Sholtz. posed tax on cigars and cigarettes, he became the grandfatherof dreds were turned away. The larg- Mound Key is densely covered with

' The seventh cent was levied dur- stating that should such a measure his little half brother, which est crowd Tallahassee has witnessed tropical vegetation, but here and

ing the 1931 legislature, as an em- pass the legislature he would promptly made his wife his grandmother and during the session took possession of there appears mounds which were
veto it.rtepreentative. burial mounds of this
F made him his own grandfather. the city. They came from every undoubtedly
M. M. Andrews of ancient of Indians. There are
ex-I section of the state and during the race
Holmes county, introduced a bill in worked perhaps a hundred of these interest-
I OYSTER PLANTING day preceeding the hearing
:". the House calling for a 20 percent like beavers to advance the cause ing mounds on the island.

.. sales tax and
on cigarettes cigars.
PROHIBITS CERTIFATE SALE they came to champion.The .
.1:. The governor is opposed to a gen- Tallahassee, April 21--The State ENJOY EASTER EGG HUNT .
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eral sales tax or specialized sales Shell Fish Commissioner George W.

Tallahassee, April 21-The Houseof taxes. He repeated his statement Davis, announced this week that Clewiston Inn will give a ben- I About 50 children took part in the.'

Representatives have passed the given in his message at the, opening $8,000 of department funds wouldbe efit dance to raise funds for the Easter egg hunt held in the park -'.).,

Senate measure to prohibit the sale of' the legislature, that adjustmentof used for 'an oyster planting program Clewiston troups of the Boy Scouts, near the city water tower Monday'

of tax certificates until after the the public bond question and econ at Apalachlcola. 30 local Friday night April 28th, Mr. and afternoon. The hunt was sponsoredby

close of ,the legislature. The bill omy in state and local governments bars, are being used and 150 barrelsof Mrs. C. L. Downs, proprietors, an- the Ladles Aid society and the

was sent to governor Sholtz for approval will eliminate all needs of new and seed oysters planted a day Mr. nounced this week. The orchestra Clewiston post of the American Le.

or disapproval. heavier taxes. Davis said. has not been named. gion.



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.1 economics in high schools and colleges IN TIlE RED (
\ The Clewiston News institutional food work in hos- ---.-- ;' I

II LATE TO BY pitals, colleges or other large food Motorists in this country are now
I RUSSELL KAY units, home demonstration work, commercial clamed to waste from 27 to 32 days "
CLASSIFY positions with public utilities a year waiting for traffic lights to
department stores and other organI- : change..--Tampa Tribune. I
;zations offering consumer informa- ,

,of somethiin'to the Legislative better to grabbin'just about and everybody snatchin'and for his tho brother first :tion 19.to The their School women of patrons.Home Economics .. .....(.>-. ................................................................................... "
over 1 N:11:04"-; :..:'.:"':"':":"':":":":":"':"':"':"':"':"':" .
the other day and after bottle That's plain every day hu- offers, through its undergraduatecourses ? yy
to all the pro and con I've man nature. America will go for specific training for home- :XX::i Everglades :::::: .....
arrived at the conclusion legal beer just like she went for yo- making and home-living. Approxi- : 'i"i. ';, '
are all crazy. yo and minature golf. After the mately two-thirds of its graduates ::2 AAo: : Theatre 8 ", ;
it might have been class- new wears off and folks find they marry within three years of gradua- !O! : '
new source of revenue and can get it when they want it and tion. This department also offers a I Belle Glade .s" : L. '.

1 frowned upon by the ad- where they want it, most of 'em will course for nurses, so complete that ................................................:..:...:..:..:...:...:...:..:..:..:..2.12..%.:.. .{I.
: but if you ask me, they go about their business and forgetall at the end of five years a candidatemay :::: ++
a big bet when they about it. secure the degree, B. S. In Home if: TRIDAYSATURDAYZANE .Js. 11"it
in free. They could Most of the birds that are yappin'for Economics and R. N. : '.s"s.'.. j.-,;
tickets to the hearing and beer aren't really as thirsty as 20.: The School of Home Economics 1: : GREY'S ..s.
jack to darn near bal- they make out. A. lot of 'em pro- has conducted nutrition investi- :::;: .:::x;: ,

budget. bably wouldn't drink a pint a year, gations of Florida foods which have :::: :;::i: .
got to say is, if folks get but they've got enough of the old resulted for the benefit of the state Mysterl'OUS it
,drinkih', 3.2 beer as fashioned American idea of fair- in different ways. The result of one .:. ,\
to get talkin' about it, play and a ,square deal in their study of the chemical composition of .i"s.. '
I good. Talk about melo- make-up, backed with an inherent the avocado were used by Florida or- : ".
if this brew could love. of freedom, to demand the legal basis for 1 Rider d .s" :
i new ganizations as a requestsfor :::;: I ::::: '
the anti-crowd say it can,, right to drink it if they want to modification of the California AA : : -.
I cyanide of potassium look- without havin' some simple owl ac- Food Standardization Act which reacted xx
baby's milk and on the cuse 'em of bein' a traitor to their favorably on'the Florida indus- I -withKENT XXSunday
if Its medical value is country and an enemy of law and try. Information concerning the 'YY.
as the wets claim, Fath- order. vitamin value of citrus fruits, avo- : PIC1IEL .r:
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might as well fold up his Maybe beer is a curse and maybeit cado, persimmon, and papaya furn- lane Grey's drama of Boul- ss..
show and take out a beer ain't. Anyhow a lot of good men ish needed information to the state. AA den! dam land-grab fight! .s.'s'.i.i
like Washington, Lincoln and Jefferson 21. The its XX; ; '" _
College, through 1
cooperation : =
ide yells "we want beer" had, access to the brass rail and with the University of *.*= ...:...:...:...:..:..:..:...:...:...:...:..:...:-:-:..:..:..:...:...:.:s:::: '

unless the that write AA-. .....__.__ ....... .. _.._...................;..;.
other side yelps "we guys historyare Florida, has extended its service .\''0'...-...........U..H.H.H.H..H....... . .--. -.-..--. .-
I beer" and the funny goofy, they turned out to be throughout the state and has helpedto ::::: :!:::
it is we got beer. We've pretty good citizens. If they were build up the homes and countrylife ++ 1londaTl1esdar; 'i"i.;. '

without it, all we want with us today I don't think any of of the state by means of the Extension 's'.s. .s...:..t?. I1 \:,
legal'right' to drink it. 'em would turn you over to the po- department. There are 15- :" :

that the only reason lice if you asked 'em to "come over 489 rural women and girls receiving :iiii::i: From Hell :::: t
has refused to turn the and sample a bottle of home-brewv' direct and regular instruction from YY
because there wasn't a nice and if you happened to be thirsty the College through the state and
on it and If there was they would probably know a coupleof county home demonstration agents. :::i: :::: ,

garden there, Prosperity good telephone numbers. 22. The College has helped to .To Heavenfl1VITH '

in the swinging door and Whether we like it or not, the ma- carry education to ''the people in nu:
any further. It really jority of the_citizens of these United merous communities of the state by x: s : s (,

we were in a tough spot States of America are "wet." They'vetried means of the Extension Bureau, in T V ,, s.
what kind of a hand- the Noble Experiment' and sending teachers out to conduct :

well known cat does., found it don't work. They've found academic courses. It is evident that CAROLE LOMBARD \ '.

i listenin' courteous and at- that prohibition doesn't prohibit and when people cannot come to the,Col- .:4..::.. JACK OAKIE .i.... I

both sides I ,think they that you cannot legislate 'morals. lege, the Extension workers carry .3...':.'. DAVID MANNERS'VDRIENE .._...':... I
It'll take a lot more They thought they'd settled the ar- the message from the College to the .:.+ AMES .j.+=

of beer to make or gument last November. Roosevelt people. ty yy.rt .
With understood it that and so did 24. Each Florida Eleven lives in torment!- Y'
country. or way year State Col-
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it, we'll rock along, but Congress. Now it seems the Flor- lege for Women gives the state more ; ; They staked everything on ;'
is evident that the bulk of ida House concurs. As this is writ- qualified teachers than any other col- ::::: sixty: reckless .seconds! She :::::: ,, r
got the idea that beer ten the Florida Senate is runnin' lege or university in the state-and 8: her honor; he, his freedomI +i..i. I f
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the answers to our many around in 'circles tryin' to 'make up almost as many'' as all 'other Florida .... .... .... ... ... ... ..... ...... si
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the sooner we quit foolln1 its mind. But no matter what hap- colleges and ,universities combined. ...... .si1m. ... ,
give it to 'em the better pens there will be 3.2 beer in Flor- 25. Above all the College has had .':.':"'.":":"':":":"':":":":"':..:"':..:"':"':":"':"'.:'.:

C be. ida as long as there are customers the high privilege of extending that .:.h.s. "IKATE : ,.
we start passIn' out legal willing to pay for it. The questionIs indefinable influence that has enter- H; ; :Wednesday Thursday i iYY
I be a stampede with who's goin' to pocket the profits? ed into the life and character of Its YY
students, that culture in a practicaland :::::: SMITH :.s:E2::.: ;'

in a spiritual way, that has en- : .:..:. _I
riched the life of the state.' Approx- -IN- .2.,?. '

imately 3500 actual graduates of the :;::;: :;d::;: I

I Common' Sense } Spuds Johnson I College are now spreading that in- Ii EVERYBODY h
fluence and culture
throughout the
!I'T state.-Alumnae News.Entzminger I:;::;: :::: \ ,i'

"SWAT THE FLY" flies from breeding, to clean out the ....s.9f'! ,\
stables at least once each week or 1 ;
be accused of wilfully 10 days and scatter the manure on Sworn In I j

another to get typhoid or the fields or put in in a screened pit .+..+..
germs into his system, and to screen the house. But do we .>..* (By Fannie Hurst) .?..;. .1
cry for justice will be do these things? Tallahassee, April 21-C. W. Entz- At "TITH"i. "
it often happens that we, In adition to the above precaution minger, of Langwood, answered the ::::;: RANDOLF SCOTT :i::_i:

negligence are guilty of al- against flies, we should use traps to roll call in the House of Representatives i. SALLY BLAND XX
germs to be spread catch as many of them as posible, when, the session opened this .: h
I of our families by the and swaters to swat the rest. Fly week. Entzmingr was elected to fill ; + ,
; We should take every pos-' traps\ outside the screened kitchen the vacancy caused by the death of tt IN RADIO '::0; 1
II to get rid of these filthy, will catch a large part of the flies representative-elect H. S.Vhite.. Monies to the screen in her .i..i. tI !
pests. that congregate there to wait for There were. four candidates in the :IfIt;::i: first great starring picture.X"X :i:::: >

d"ol- the screened door to be opened so race and 1,606 ballots cast in .s'.i. 4
beter, to spend a few : .0
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some time in keeping down they can enter. the special Seminole county election 1SNZ: : .s..s. 1.
filthy, dangerous flies, A good poison can be made of 3 called for April, 12 by Governor SUNDAY MATINEE; ..A '

doctor bills, take care of tablespoonfuls of commercial forma- Sholtz. .s"- From 3:00 p. m. XX .

and often witness death in lin in a pint of milk and sweetened 'Representative Entzminger was a b . . . ... . .!:!!b ,
? We will take the form- water. This is a mild poison but is member of the legislature in 1929. .:H N:..:N:..:..:..:..:...:...:..:...:..:..:NN:N:N N: e
effective against flies. Put it in \

been advised to swat the saucers or other shallow'' containersand

until I am afraid many keep it where the flies can get A......*.'.................................................................................................................................................................................... /
: ; prone to not pay any atten- to it but the flies children in can't.In other. kindsof .. .:.:.:.:.: "[f/1"
admonition. But after fighting as .'.
the fly is not so terribly war, eternal vigilance is the

is well worth the,price. We price of success. Keep everlastinglyat

to keep down filth and keep it. _

; largest in the United ,12. The library: of Florida State

College for Women has trebled in 1 .:.

State College for Wo- size since 1922. It' now has over ;j; .' .2. J.\
volumes. .;.J' ,', COURSE .s.
only woman's college In 52,000 .-, :' .. ,, .;. ..
offering a four year ac- 13. Due to the ,general excellencyof .:' :1..{ -'', .:' .
course, and is therefore one the library, the Carnegie Corporation ::: ;' ::: r
sources of supply of wo- gave the library $5,000 for : ") :
for the entire South. books for its recreational reading 1'y 1'-
in the journalism room. .:. '.
: ..
l ';'
Florida State College for 14. The library answers thousandsof t f f
: wrote and compiled a book questions every year for individ- '..
! :' which is now being used uals and organizations all over Flor- r

for Women text and at Florida also at State- an- ida.15. The library serves as a clear- I :i: >
ing house for available informationto Public :

phychology department of ficials clubs of, civic schools organizations, counties and, and state of- : LOpell1011113 ] ::2: ,

State College for Women is 'i' .:. r ,
valuable service to the departments of ::: :i: ;,
large. Radio talks prepar- 16., The College through its, divis- + .:. I
of the staff of psy- ions of. the College of Arts and Sciences '.i... ..:.. ..,,
are broadcast'over a num- and the School of Education, Y r
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stations in Florida un- trains young women for teachers in .: ..
of the Parent-Teach- the public schools of the state. It .:.'. ,.. .;. I,
The messages deals trains supervisors for physical edu- .i. 11>
problems on the be- cation, journalists, bookkeepers, librarians .s.Y .:. .
'.. .; ...
and bacteriologists.
of children with certain
mental hygiene both for 17. The College through its schoolof :!: Moderate Green Fees :::: '

and adults. For a number Music and its departments of Art, '
the psychology department Speech and English, has furnished :_: Exceptional Fairways ::2*:

on clinical work, in teachers of music, public school mu- Y Yi
!'; for children in various sic, supervisors of art, and teachers :i: Interesting Greens :;:
:: of the state. Through who can write and produce plays for Y I y (
x x
work it is often possible high schools and the public. L
the attention of parents to 18. The College, through the .. f.

which are distinctly super- School of Home Economics, prepares ...H..NNIM. ..NINN. ..N..N..NIH. ..N...............................................NININH. ..N..............NN,. ...............1.........N..NININI. ..;.NI..... /"
I students for the teaching' of home "

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FRIDAY.. APRIL 21, 1933 -- THE CI +,\PISTON NEWS"Y' ..
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John O. Kinneman, of.Miami, dean 'shall''be last of all, and servant of all. Xhh ..d................................. . . .
of the Miami . . ... ................................
Military Academy wasa Usually the man who desires to ; ;
I Personal MentionEd. I visitor here Wednesday night. He be first is detected and given last rhilrii_: iut !_:

came to speak to the Kiwanis club. place in the work. Sometimes, how-

ever, a proud conceited person will : OU5tb.1 bes ::

Butler has spent the week In Virgil Hastings, who has been at- prosper.
Gainesville on busines. tending1 L. S. U. arrived in Clewiston "And he, took a child, and set him .:..:..:.tfoFtruit.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..; I farm I

Saturday and in employed by the in the midst of them; and when he -Juice Cookies

C. J. Gonterman left last Thurs Me Williams dredging company on had taken him in his arms, he said land is
Use 1-2 butter
cup for shortening ,
day for St. Louis Mo., th contract near here. unto them-:Whosoever shall receiveone
1 cup sugar, 1 egg, 1-4 cup lemon
---- of such children in my name,
Miss Sue Maxwell and Bob Coker Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot and receiveth me; and whosoever shall juice, 1-4 cup orange juice, 2 1-2

were visiting in Miami Saturday. Mrs.! G. Armstrong Allen, who re- receive me, receiveth not me, but powder.cups flour, and 4 teaspoons baking I'I'For 1

cently moved to Clewiston from New him that sent me." Who ever: doesa Spring

.' Mrs. Homes Rich spent the week In Orleans, were visitors in Pahokee kindly act in Christ's name to evena Cream together or butter shorten-

Jacksonville visiting relatives.Dr. Tuesday night. little child, will in some way re- ing and sugar. Add beaten egg and
mix well. Combine orange and lemon -
ceive a reward.It .
juice and add to
S. J. Simomns, of Arcadia, H. J. Finebaum and George Colon, appears that the disciples were first mixture Crops

spent Monday here on busines.W. of New 'York City, recently arrived j;I I anxious to change the subject of been alternating sifted with with' flour which has y.t' .y.
baking powder.
in Clewiston. They are connected discussion. "And John answeredhim Y
C. Prewitt is spending the'week with the Sparado contracting company saying, Master, we saw one cast- Chill and roll out very thin on flour- Y f
in Jacksonville on business. ing out devils in thy name, and he ed board, adding more flour if''' nec- X

followeth not us; and we forbade essary. Cut in plain or fancy shapes 'i' .:.

Miss Jewel Lowe and A. W. Law- .Z. Clarence Simpson, of Tallahassee him, because he followed not us." with cookie cutter. Bake in moder-
ate ((350 F. !:
oven degrees 12
) to
Mr. and Mrs. V. It comes a to learn
rence were visitors in West Palm and T. String- as surprise
15 1 1Y
Beach Sunday. field, of Washington D. C. are ]here that a man who was not one of minutes. y i

for a few weeks. MX. Simpson and I Christ's immediate disciples was act- Ingredients: 2 cups bread flour, 2 Y

Miss Jewel Russell and, Andrew Mr. Strnigfield are making a surveyof ually casting out demons through teaspoons salt, .1-2 cup sugar, 2 cups Y ,Y

Berry spent Sunday visiting. friends the original sources of water sup the name of Jesus. Evidently John milk, 1-2 cup pecan meats, 2 cups X X

in Okeechobee. ply in this section of Florida. I was surprised when he saw him, and Graham flour, 4 teaspoons baking ? f

out of a mistaken zeal for Christ, powder, 1-2 cup. candied orange ]peel, Y

'Dick White, of Panama City, for- supposing that they thus were serving 1 egg. X X
merly of Clewiston, spent Sunday nutjbap cbooI his cause and upholding his Mix ingredients thoroughly and .t... .t.
here visiting friends. honor, the disciples forbade him. sprinkle two tablespoons of the flour Y e.-;

"But Jesus said, Forbid him not; over nuts and. orange peel. Beat egg i
Miss Dorothy Blakely: and Miss : On for there is no man which shall doa till light and add to milk. Then pour :2:: ClewistonCompany ::

t Alyce Bush, of Moore Haven, visited miracle in my name, that can light- over dry ingredients, stirring and
in Clewiston Tuesday. ly speak evil of me." beating the mixture: smooth. Last : i
I Different writers have said, Christ add the floured nuts and orange peel. .. :
Mland Mrs. D. A. McGeachy were :never forbids any kind of tribute to Pour into two oiled bread tins and

visited in Moore Haven Tuesday Subject: Jesus rebukes selfseeking. himself, however crude and imperfectit bake 45 minutes in a 350 degree F. .

night. may be. All reverent use of the oven. ..,.........................................................-................................,.
Golden Text: "Love worketh no name of Christ is to be encouraged,
ill to his neighbor therefore love is
Mrs': R. E. L. Smith, of Lakeport, ; not rebuked.
the fullfilling of the Law." Rom- True likeness to the Savior
spent Sunday in Clewiston visiting
ans 13:10. would lead to -. -a
friends. us rejoice that the II
Lesson Text: Mark 9: 33-43. kingdom of Christ is advanced,

Mfr. and Mrs. Richard Small spent Leaving the neighborhood of Mt. whether by a Presbyterian, Episco- THE COMMUNITY PLAYERS

Saturday night with Mr. Small's par- I Hermon and Caesarea Philippi, our palian, a Baptist or a Methodist. This V -Present-

: ents in LaBelle I Lord and his disciples proceeded reply of Jesus, "Forbid him not," is
I southward to take up thir work a strong reproof to bigots who are

Miss Mignone St. Martin spent the again In Galilee, but they knew that ready to deny the Christain or the

everywhere their enemies were on Churchly name to those who not
week end at her home in West Palm are
Beach. 'the watch for them, onr did they any of their set or organization." Chris- "OH I7AY"A

more teach openly from village to tians should seek to get all men to
village. Over and over the Saviour
ally themselves with Christ
Mrs. F. R' Maxwell, Miss Elsie as clos-
.. Stafford and Dave Stryon were visa repeated his prophecies of his approaching ely as may be, and in the best way ,

tors in Miami Sunday. arrest, crucifixion, and res- posisble, but in some way. I
urrection, for he wanted his discip- For he that is not against us is

Mr. and Mrs. Dave Alston were in les to be prepared for those great on our' part." In Matt.. 12:30 Jesus Thrilling Laughing Mystery In Three ActsYou

Miami Tuesday and Wednesday on events; but they could not compre- says, "He that is not with'me is ,
business.Mr. hend the significance of his words. against me."

This lesson shows the importanceof It is explained by writers that
and Mrs. Donnie O. Durrenceof lowly service. He urges a sim- when considered under the different
ple life and humble cooperationwith remember the Ghost Bird,
Ft. Myers spent Sunday here visit- conditions surrounding these two mys-
ing their brother,,Foy Durrence.E. all who work' for Christ.Today's statements they are not contradictorynor tery play given here last year? It
,lesson comes from- the 9thchapter inconsistent.. was plenty good, but "Oh, Kay" will

E. Laney, of Tampa, formerlya of Mark, and In the first "For whosoever shall give you a even surpass that stellar productionin

teacher in the LaBelle schol, was verses Jesus took James and John cup of water to drink in my name excitement and thrills.

.. in Clewiston visiting friends Sunday. and Simon and went upon a "high because ye belong to Christ, verilyI
mountain apart by themselves; and say unto you, he shall not lose "OhKay" is mystery play with

..,i Mr. and Mrs. Zerney Meredith left he was transfigured before them." his reward." Small things really something doing every minute. Thereare

, yesterday for Jacksonville where The "high mountain" was probably make up our lives, and little acts no dead bodies falling out of clos-
Mount Hermon, the summit of et doors-no gorillas-no bats-but
they will make their home. "for Christ" make up the lives of
which is 9000 feet high and is pre- most Christains, and for them Christ there's plenty of strange events hap-
.petually capped with snow. Mbses pening before eyes. E. E.
Mr. and Mrs. R. Y. Paterson and will give a Christain reward. your very
'I.' family were visitors in West Palm and Elijah appeared with Christ in But Jesus again referred to the (Pap) Kelly, as Gramp, is a scream
..' Beach Saturday. the transfiguration. On other oc- little'child and said, "And whosoever and Gram (Mrs. Phil Peterson) will

casions Peter and James and ,John shall offend one of these little ones furnish a raft of laughs. Then thereis
had been favored by Jesus, and the Black Tenor. Oh! but who is
,: Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Mitchell were pro- that believe in me, it is better for
bably the other disciples had become him that a millstone he? Others in the cast are Mrs. Tom
among Clewiston folk in West Palm were hanged
'i: ;' Beach Saturday. Jealous and the quarrel referred to about his neck, and he,were cast into Shelley, Mrs. W. C. Owen, Doc. Ezelle
in today's lesson occured. the sea." Art Lawrence Mary Kline, Elizabeth

"And he came to Capernaum and West, Bob Mitchell, Phil Peterson,
',: W. L. ''Lewis, of Lakeland was ; And better to enter into eternal
'' .! among out of town business men in being in the house he asked them, life maimed than-"to go to hell, and Bobby Hare.TUESDAY .

' g .:/i. Clewiston this week.. What was it that ye disputed among into the fire that never shall be
yourselves by the way?" Jesus sup- quenched."

' ernatural knowledge showed him
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Percy and Mrs. what APRIL 25th
they thought,and said.
Clyde Byrd spent. Thursday in West "But
' c Palm Beach. they held their peace; for Record EstablishedTallahassee ,
*. by the way they had disputed among
'. A. W. Lawrence left Monday to est.themselves" who should be the great- April 21-An all time CLEWISTON SCHOOL AUDITORIUMThe
i: The disciples were ashamed to
spend the week in Jacksonville as tell legislative speed record was set
Jesus the cause of the contro-
4 delegate of the Moore Haven lodge when the Albury bill passed both
versy. They still
thought. Jesus
of Masons. House and Senate, was signed by the
would establish
a temporal
/' \. .,.. would need a cabinet of several governor and became a law withinone Play You Cannot.Afford To Miss J
' .ti John Simmons, of Arcadia, arrived hour and 52 minutes after it
members to aid him in
his. government was. first introduced. The bill 11IIItI.z.
here to i\
Monday spend a week per- ADULTS 50c 8:15 P. M. CHILDREN 25c
iii 'on business. He is marketing his mits continuance of court cases un-
-, "Then Jesus sat down, and called
tomato crop. } til after the legislature session when
I he twelve, and saith unto them, If members of the legislature are interested .... All
.c any man desire to be first, the same
Mrs. Paul Deam and,children, Bob-I in the cases as attorney.
? by and Johnie of ,West Palm Beach

spent the week end here with Paul
Deam. HffifiHffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffi fiffiffi $ $$ ffifi

M!:-, and Mrs. R. C. Nowling spent -- !.fi

,. Sunday in Ft. Myers visiting Mrs.

Nowling's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. m

A. Osteen. You W an t Safety When

Mrs. E. R. Fontaine and Mrs. W. It You Invest ;
C. Prewitt
were among Clewiston
: residents in West Palm Beach Sat-

_.,. urday.

!:fi If you are the average person you have had all the get-rich- 1
invested. Real estate has never taken the count, and as long
Ray McIntosh and Parker Wilson !E: quick promises you care to have regarding investments that
as this great country's population increases, it never will. ;n
spent Easter Sunday in Frostproof for no fault of yours turned out bad. Many of these investments -
Every dollar you have invested in Building and Loan is !Ii
visiting Mr. Wilson's parents, and in were pure blue sky and many others straight promotion :
secured by first-mortgage real estate security on some one's
Wauchula and Fit. Myers.H. schemes. Others were no doubt good? but world-wide financial !:fi
home-the Castle of the American Family. Come what may,
!Ii conditions have made them bad also.
: this security will never get to the point where it will embarass ;:n
W. Bryant, of New Orleans,
j The basis of all wealth In America the investor. !Ii
; arrived this week to his assignment has always been real es- :
i !:11 tate. Depressions have forced it down but it ;
in the office of temporiarily
U. S. Engineer The American Home is the only type of security Building
+ .i has always come back stronger than "before, and has made the
4/ in Clewiston. !:Ii and Loan can offer you. Investigate and we know you will y;
person who held than
on more a fair return on his money '"
& y; invest. !Ii
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Mrs. H. J. B. *
Scharnberg left ".
Saturday for Newport Arkansas to I ;;11 -, ,.,... fl I .
'; L' >'.; ,.. : atend the wedding of her son, Oliver !: !:IiJ-; .. .

''':, which is to take place tomorrow. r

.. CLEWISTON HOME BUILDING ASSOCIATIONffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffi
Mrs. O. F. Schiffle .
and children, I : I'J.
Nickey Bill and :Dickey, of West ,
Palm Beach have spent the week

here with Dr. O. F. Schiffle. They

expect. to move here in a short time.
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CLASS BANQUET AT ReapportionmentOld i I(ELIMINATE POLL TAXi' Lithe of EverythingIn 1 deemed benefits; which Determining have accrued the amount to cer.of. .;

the making of a telephone receiver 1 tain lands within the District; Pro- "

there are employed aluminum, viding methods whereby certain tax >"

CLEWISTON INN IS State TopicUnited SPECIAL ELECTIONI silk, copper, rubber, flax, nickel, mica I sale certificates may be redeemed .';,

IIN shellac, lead, cotton, silver, Iron, wool. and certain taxes may be paid; '.

States Congressional Dis- platinum zinc and gold. Making certain sections of the Re- .
vised General Statutes of Florida ap- A
BEAUTIFUL EVENTHOXOR trict Reapportionment is an important the
I April 21-Among plicable to said District and validating fj:
business before the present session :bills passed by the Legislature during : certain doings and proceedings 'ij

of the Legislature which has I the first two weeks of the ses- FOR PASSAGE OF of the Board of Supervisors of said .-.7)
GRADUATING CLAS WITH as yet failed to attract much atten- SPECIAL OR LOCAL LEGISLATION; District. j

SPLENDID PROGRAM AT tion. Congressional reapportionment 1 I j I sion which might be considered of DATED, this March 15, 1933. ,.'

CLEWISTON FRIDAY as well as State Senatorial and Representative ,state-wide importance are briefly: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thatat J. B. Jeffries, .
reapportionment bristles :'An act to eliminate the payment of the session of the Legislature of President Board of 'Supervisors.RESOLUTION tr ,7
with controversial possibilities hark- Florida to convene in April, 1933, application --f :
The Clewiston Inn was the scene poll taxes as a requisite to vote in
ing back to the traditional "old- will be made for the pass-
of the first of the series of com- special elections; an act to extend "
Florida"-"new Florida" antagonism. age of special or local legislation, the
mencement affairs Friday evening, as the time for tax payments; and the substance of which will be, as fol- ,
the traditional junior-senior banquetwas
Reapportionment of the state for reenactment of the seven cent gaso- lows: WHEREAS, it is deemed advis-
in honor of the graduating -
Senators and Representatives was the line tax law.-. All have been signedby An Act relating to Okeechobee able and to the best Interest of the
class. ,Flood Control District; amend- of Clewiston that the enforce-
high point of strife in the City
Governor Sholtz.
The decorations were emblematicof ture session of 1925 and Legisla-I ing Sections 9, 10, 11 and 27, ment of the penalty provided by law
Eastertide, with Easter lillies pre- Other bills of major importance, of Chapter 14777, Laws of Flor-
of taxes for
to be an important issue for the non-payment
dominating among the flowers. Clever ida, Acts of 1931
relating to
and in which there is
when the matter is again supposed widespread the year 1932 be not enforced as to
$ favors also carried out the Easter Okeechobee Flood Control Dis-
motif. to come up. Up to this time, four public interest are: the redistrictingof trict; repealing Sections 13, 14, such of 1932 taxes as may be paid

Gordon Williams, president of the Congressional Reapportionment bills I judicial circuits; abolishment of 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21; 22, prior to June 1st, 1933;

junior class, acted as toastmasterand have been introduced, two each in I fees and substitution of straight sal- 23, 24 and 25, of said Chapter NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RE- t
introduced the speakers. Miss the House and Senate; In: the House for 14777, Laws of Florida, Acts of SOLVED BY THE COMMISSION OF
aries public officials.
;1 Doris Atkins addressed a toast to by Bass and Lewis of Palm Beach j''I 1931, relative to Okeechobee THE CITY OF CLEWISTON IN SES-
House Bill and The school bill is causing wide- Flood Control
i "Ye Seniors" an Miss Helen Norton ( 224) by Ives of District. SION ASSEMBLED: .
Columbia (House Bill The comment. The in Dated this March 23, 1933.
230) spread public gen-
for the senior '
j responded graciously I 1. That the payments of 1932 City
"A Where Senate bills are 127 by Getzen of the eral seems inclined to back the BOARD OF COMMISSIONERSOF. acceptedprior
1 I class. A vocal solo, Street up of Clewiston taxes shall be
: 38th and 166 English of the 3rd. OKEECHOBEE FLOOD
.Old Friends Meet" was sung by Miss by governor in his program for a com-: CONTROL DISTRICT.By to June 1st, 1933, without the
.:t Cecile Yoder In her own sweet way. The Legislature of 1931 should plete reorganization of Florida's pub- F. D. DUFF, collection and enforcement of the .
"To the have apportioned but as so many oth- I lic school system. Opposition has '
::1 T. D. Smoak gave a toast Vice-Chairman. penalties provided by law.
: Faculty." Prof. C. E. Royer gave er State Legislatures did, shied away already developed, however, and it 2. That the City tax collector be \ '.
.9.. the response. from the problem and provided for I,is likely that this bill will occasion .. .
: and he is hereby directed to carry
j A novel number on the program one Congressional District'at large, I considerable debate before the mat- STATE OF FLORIDA, out the provisions of this resolution.
the "old Florida" leaders in the Leg- ter is settled. COUNTY OF: ; HENDRY.
r was the "Class Future, which was 3. That this resolution shall not dIM .
JjI written and given by Miss Eva Mae islature making the plea that the 'I Know all men by these presents, in anywise be construed to affect
Fourth District which included Jack- that I, Wm. R. Hay Clewiston
Green. coun-
such taxes not be
F A delicious banquet supper was sonville and Miami with 588,286 peo- I Four into Four and Five. District ty of Hendry, State of Florida, do by any paid prior City to June 1st as, may 1933.

served by the staff of the Clewiston ple should not be divided becausethe Four would center around Miami: and these presents appoint, constituteand Passed in session, this the 1 .

.,;:: new District including Miami, I include Brevard, Broward, Dade, Indian make Chas. N. Williams my true open I
3rd of A. D. 1933.
Inn.The guests included Misses Geraldine might be captured by the Republicans. River, Martin, Monroe, Okee-: and lawful manager for me and in day April, I .

Election returns last Novem- chobee, Osceola, Palm Beach, and"St. F. D. DUFF, Mayor .
Ii.j Cooper, Hilda Close, Wilma Faye I my place and stead to take charge of i
ber quashed that argument. The Lucie with 275,457 people. The J. A. McGEHEE,
1 Pape, Lucile Thielen, Delia Greene, my business as renter and collectorand
Doris Pound, Helen Norton, Clara present Congressional set up is as Fifth would center at Jacksonville other official business pertain- R. Y. PATTERSON, ,

Ii Whidden, Louise Lilly, Marguerite follows: with Clay, Duval, Flagler, Orange, ing to the Hendry Investment Co. of MALCOLM W. BIGG, ''

It Roberts, Doris Atkins, Cecile Yoder, The First District (Tampa) has I Putnam, Seminole, St. Johns and \Vm. R. Hay at Clewiston, Florida.To Commissioners.
.. 433,169 people; the second (Gaines- Volusia, with 312,829. This would Attest: f
T. D. Smoak Robert Dyess Vernon
f sue prosecute, compromise,
ville) 205,778; the third with Pen- make a fairly even population divis- MALCOLM W. BIGG, .
Bales Robert Yoder Dowd
' Johnny collect and settle all claims or demands '
sacola the largest city, 240,978; the ion except in the case of the First Clerk.
Fred Flanders Jr. J. Wilbur
Dyess, due or to become due, now :
11 Williams fourth, stretching on the East Coast which would be from one and one- (
Gordon Miss Mae
existing or hereafter to exist in my
from: Jacksonville to Key West with half to two times
larger in population -
!f Green, Mrs. Irma Delaney, Mrs. Ma favor. To adjust and pay all claimsor
i bel Magill, Prof. C. E. Royer and 588,286. The result is the Second I than any other District. demands which now exist or may

11 Mrs. Caroline_ Bales. and Third Districts, "roughly rep- The fourth bill by Senator Get- hereafter arise against me, either I A ...
resenting "old Florida, have a pop- zen is obviously intended for the
After the banquet an hour of connected with said business or oth- ,
dancing was enjoyed. ulation of 446,756 people. The special benefit of Senator Getzen's erwise.In I{
First and Fourth, being "new Flor- constituency, his Senatorial district :
which thereof I have hereuntoset
J J'f da," with 1,021,455. The roll of including Pasco and Sumter count 0
' hand and seal, this 10th day
At The Everglades the counties for the four Districtsis ies. His set up would include Tam- my
of December, 1932.
as follows: pa and Miami in Congressional Dis-
Wm. R. Hay.J. .
TheatreFrom First District-Lee, DeSoto, Man- trict 1 with 436,730 people; 2 would J
Lang McDonald, WitnessR.
atee, Polk, Hillsborough, Pinellas, center at Jacksonville with 298,565 :
E. Nowling, Witness. Job
Pasco, Hernando, Citrus, Sumter, people; 3 would extend from Talla-
Sworn to and subscribed beforeme
Hell to Heaven Centers Action Lake, Hardee, Highlands, Charlotte, hassee to Pensacola with 270,000

On Race Track Follies and For- Glades, Sarasota, Hendry' ; Collier. people; 4 would center around Palm a ''Notary Public. .

tunes of Eleven People. Second District-Nassau, Baker, Beach and Orlando with 285,454 c. w. MCDONALD,
Notary Public, State of Florida at
Hamilton, Columbia, Suwannee, Jef- I people; and 5 would include no large Printing
large. My Commission expires Sept.
"From Hell to Heaven," a drama ferson, Bradford, Alachua, Marion, cities except: Ocala and would Include 3, 1933. \ .

which peers into the intimate Levy, Lafayette, Taylor, Gilchrist; the following counties with .

thoughts and secret lives of a group Madison, Dixie, Union. only 177,381 people; Pasco, Sumter, Good Work ,P

,, i of people who make up one small Third District-Leon, Gadsden, Hernando, Lake, Marion, Citrus, Gil- Notice of Intention to Apply For

i i section of a crowd of thousands Waukulla, Liberty, Franklin, Calhoun christ, Levy, Alachua, Putnam, La- The Passage of Special or Local Prompt Service

i. attending the running of the famous Jackson, Holmes, Washington, fayette Dixie, and -Taylor.If Legislation Right Price

I. Derby, has been booked for the Everglades Bay, Walton, Santa Rosa, Okaloosa, a reapportionment fight developsin

I Theatre, where it will open Escambia, Gulf. this session it will be an echo of Notice is hereby given that at the .

\ Sunday. Carole Lombard, Jack Oakie Fourth District-Monroe, Brow- the famous fight over reapportionment regular session of the Legislatureof I u

David Manners, and Adriene Ames ard, Dade, Palm Beach, St. Lucie, of State Representatives and the State of Florida, to conveneIn
the month of April, 1933, applica-
head the cast. The picture is from Osceola, Okeechobee, Flagler, Bre- Senators as waged in the Legislatureof tion will be made for the passage of I I II
vard, Orange, Seminole, Volusia, Put- 1925. At that ,
the story by Lawrence Hazard, well time, "old Flor- special or local legislation the sub- I I
known writer. nam, St. Johns, Clay, Duval, Indian ida" managed to retain 19 Senatorsof stance of which will be as follows:
Give Us Your
Eleven characters move throughthe River, Martin.Of 38, thus having a sure veto pow- Aa Act relating to South Florida I:

action of "From Hell to Heaven" the four reapportionment bills er. These "old Florida" 19 Sena- Conservancy District; amedning sections -

There is a young husband, who has now introduced, three are identical, tors represent 24,000 people per : 5, 6, 7, and 19 of Chapter Next Order

embezzled money to provide his, wife those by English, Bass and Lewis, Senator on the average. "New Flor- 13802, Laws of Florida, Acts of

i : with luxuries, and is at the track and Ives. They all leave One, Two ida" Senators represent on the average 1929, relating to said South Florida
j ; and Three unchanged and split pres- 54,000. Conservancy District; Providing for
, attempting to win back enough to ]
)' the levying of taxes or special assessments [j jI
. I make up his shortages. There is an upon lands within said

old race horse follower, who, after District for the year 1933 and sub- I

I renouncing the ponies, finds himself T sequent years; Fixing the time within 1
}, compelled to return to attempt to win which certain tax sale certificates I I J

enough to pay doctor bills for his issued for non-payment of taxes assessed vyvyThe : _.. ;

I i wife.There by said District may be, re- \ .t

is a jockey who has been

fired by one stable for riding a slov-

enly race, and is attempting to win i U'i

back his reputation by riding for

another stable. There is the paroled i,

crook and his moll, and a girl with

whom the crook intends to get even Perfect oDd

for a double-cross. There is a hotel

I clerk who refuses to bet, and his wife i i
f who sinks their entire bank-roll
! a horse, hoping to win enough to Milk is the Easiest Food to Digest

permit her husband to buy a partner- i

ship in the hotel. There is arace-

I horse owner, whose entire fortune T The children rush in to their

l goes on the nose of his entry, and

. his daughter, in love with the jockey Imc \ meals eat quickly and l hurry 'i f
riding another horse. )
I ) Jffi'i
The lives, the hopes and the for- out to play.
tunes of these eleven are curiously f

tangled together as the time for the ,.
f Better Breakfasts V In order for them to the
race drawn near; and yet each stakes I get" b i

his entire career on a different horse. I
The picture reaches a powerful cli- SEVENTY-SIX thousand six breakfast when used for coffee full benefit from their food it must

max during the running of the race, fifty meals is pot, sugar, cream and tray.
the allotted number for each But don't forget the food. Here'i
when it is determined be
whom readily digestible.
upon i
of us to eat before we are three a sample better breakfast: I
fortune is about to smile.
score years and ten. Divide this
by three and you have the numberof Stewed Apricots Cereal and Pears Planty of Milk keeps them i

FIRST TO VOTE FOR BEER breakfasts-25,650 breakfasts! Chicken Hash Raspberry Preserve \

Let's have lots better ones, Melba Toast Coffee growing and husky '*.I; I

! Tallahassee, April 21-William V. then, since we've so many to eat. CMcken Hash: Cut chicken ,. .. ,
Albury of Key West, representative Perish the thought of 25,550 dull from a 12-ounce can in small CHOCOLATE MILK. SWEET MILK
} from Monroe breakfasts! Spread the apple- pieces, and add two cups of cold BUTTERMILK BUTTERClewiston I
county, is the first
green cloth, set out the flower- boiled potatoes which have been
name on the alphabetical roll call sprigged china- the prettiest cut fine. Season to taste with salt I
list of the house; and therefore had sparkling crystal, and for a cen- and pepper. Add one-half cup of Dairy Co.

the distinction, of being the first man terpiece use a lovely bowl of cream or top milk. Press intoa
to vote for legalization of beer in autumn flowers-glorious asters, hot skillet with enough fat to TELEPHONE 333 i ii i

Florida. fringed gentians that Wordsworthwrote prevent sticking, and brown well, !

Albury, is a native Floridan. He about,' and indescribable turning often with a wide spatulato DRINK MILK, FOR HEALTHPAGE I
autumn leaves. Pewter is very promote even cooking and
has represented ,
Monroe in
inexpensive Just now and adds Immeasurably browning. This serves six to
he house during the last two sessions to the charm of the eight persons.!
t of the legislature,