The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00426
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: June 9, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
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System ID: UF00028415:00426
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,Beach Team SundayA More About Clewiston Charter

'I WAS BIG SUCCESS team of ball players, under CITY BOND ISSUE

.: ( -, the ,colors of the Hughes Drug .
(By Charles J. Lovvorn) agreed to. The city charter "
; pro-
f b Store, of West Palm Beach, will
- Fred Haggan, as Harvey P. Mar- furnish opposition to the local During the last; few hectic days of vides that an election must be adver- WITH COUNTY FUND

; i I shall, and Roberta George, as Stella, team here Sunday afternoon, it the State Legislature many bills were tised for at least thirty days beforeit

,r divided honors in stealing the show' was announced here, yesterday.The passed or withdrawn. One of these may be lawfully held, and conse- ,t
;' here Tuesday night in the Ham Club Breakers have just sufferedtwo bills will be of much interest to the quently no election could have been According to a provision Qf a bill -

production, Her Step Husband, given defeats, at the hands of the people of Clewiston. This one deals held within the time specified in the introduced and passed by Representative ,J
as1 a benefit play by the local dramatic with the proposal to abolish the city amendment. Therefore an extensionof ':
j Boynton players, and the localsare R. Everette Burchard, it might
* group for the St Maragret's Altar of Clewiston's charter. time was asked until August first
Society. ; anxious to show their wares We had quite a bit to say last week in order to properly advertise the be possible to retire the City of La- ,':
r again. }
The crowded house was in a mood about this attempt, and upon the election, but this request was not Belle bonds with money credited to '
The game will be played on the
r' embarassing situations return of Representative Burchardwe granted. Burchard said Gomez came
i for enjoying the Clewiston field. The game is call- Hendry county from the distributionof
Mr. Marshall ( Haggan) and ed for 3: o'clock. went to LaBelle to get his side into the House chamber Friday night the state gasoline tax. Mr. Bur
Mrs. Marshall (played by Mrs. G. A. of the proposal. The representative saying that a telephone call had been
chard explained the, workings of this
I' Allen) judging from the ripple of admitted that what we had said is put in for the representative but that

laughter coursing through the school SEE NO REASON TO true but he added that the city authorities he could not be paged on account of bill, known as House Bill No. 1412, .

\' auditorium. (Capt. Duff) had not kept House rules on that last day. It was to the board of county commissioners ,:,

Each character in the three act faith with him regarding the city then, Burchard said, that the bill Tuesday. The bill was passed,during ;

played his part admirably.Four COMPROMISE SUIT legislation. Burchard said that a was withdrawn, even after it had the closing, days of the session. "
comedy amatuer actors found couple of days ,before the session be- passed both the House; and the Sen- Each year, Mr. Burchard said, a "y

new gan he was in Clewiston with a Mr. ate. fund of approximately $27,000 'accrues ..
to the hearts of Clewiston
their ways
Lamb, Senator Gomez' right hand both of the to credit
theatre goers that nightFred Hag- According to a telegram sent to To get sides proposition Hendry county's in
man, and that the two called on Mayor the State Board of
we went to Mayor Duff who said Administration
gan, Mrs. Allen, Mrs. Jo. Rich and L. O. Gravely, attorney for the boardof
while the othersin commissioners Law- Duff to see if any legislation of that Burchard and Lamb had come to which is a surplus after the bonds .
Miss von Prevatt, county by ;
the cast, being old timers, lost rence O. Casey Hollywood attorney local scope was wanted. Burchard see him a few days before the ses- are retired. Under ,the terms of the

l'' of their laurels In portraying representing the Ben Hur Life Asso- said that he and Duff had talked over sion and had asked if there was any bill, the board of county commis- '
various angles of the city and it bills of local which he wished sioners of this county, after citing "
cast holders scope
the parts in which they were ciation, the bond "see. no
dtlnone Gratton and Roberta George, who reason to compromise" In the man- was agreed that no legislation was passed. Mr. Duff said he told them the fact that there are no highway
I wanted _and that he dismissed the that the city attorney might bonds nor interest in default, _
prepare may :
have been seen in practically every damus suit filed against the board of
'- production of the Ham club in its commissioners last week. proposition from his mind. the customary "vadi lating bill" and demand of the State Board all mon-

two seasons here, as well as Mr. and At a special meeting the commis- Representative Burchard also said ask that it be passed, but he said this eys accruing. This has been averaging -

I Mrs. G. O. Wallace, and Ed Butler sioners tendered the sum of $5- that about ten days before the ses- bill would in no wise change the about $27,000 per year. The :'

lived up to their reputations as en- 589.34 for the bonds and interest sion was to close he was given a copy city charter. He said Burchard and board of administration is to turn

tertainers.The coupons held by the Ben Her associa- of a resolution adopted by the city Gomez' representative agreed and the the surplus funds over to the board
commissioners of Clewiston petitioning of commissioners to be used -'
, play was directed by Mrs. G. tion which amounted to $6,830.00. matter was dismissed.In county :
for an act validating the official conversaticln Wednesday Mr. as follows: _
O. Wallace. Thje Ben ;Her Life ,Association "
y. The Cast holders of defaulted 'Hendry, coun- acts of the city officers. (Such acts Burchard did not say to whom he First, to purchase and retire any

Harvey P. Marshall Fred Haggan ty court house bonds, last week fileda are passed by the score at each sesion had sent letters regarding the city's outstanding road and bridge district

Mary Marshall Alba Allen mandamus suit against the county of the Legilature, and this was not charter, nor did he say anything con- bonds or other bonds or indebtedness

Miss Emily Paisley, Marjorie Wallace commissioner demanding payment of an unusual request)' Mr. Burchard cerning the knowledge that a "vali- of the. county OR for the retire- ,
Ivon Prevatt said that he then wrote "several: dating bill" had been discussed inDuff's ment of bonds of any other political '
Florence Ainsley, the bonds and interest coupons or I
Stella, the maid Roberta George to show cause why they should not letters to Clewiston people" asking office. In fact, he said nothingmore subdivision of the county, or for the .

Gerald Niles Gratton George be paid. them about ,the proposition and thatit than that there "was no local maintenance of the roads and bridgesof

Sylvia Allen, Jo. Rich The amount tendered in settle- was then he was requested to_ introduce bill wanted." the county second, to the general

p; Officer Shea, G. 0., Wallace ment of the bonded obligation of the bill seeking to have the And that is the status of the cityof fund of the county to the extent
city abolished. Clewiston's charter and the that the for the road and bridge
I Limpy ,Lannigan. Ed ButlerA the county represented the balancein expression -, levy
However, the bill was introducedand of two men regarding it, maintenance or general :revenue fund
one-act farce, written by Ed But- the Interest,, and Sinking Fund I :
passed the House sent to the whom be I is to be reduced.
added attractionwas each of should in positionto
ler, and given as an which has been set aside to retire I
in Senate where Senator Gomez tackedon give an accruate statement of the The clause "or any other political
highly successful producing the court house bonds. The Life
riot of laughter as a concert number association is not the only holder of an ,amendment calling for a ref- events. If they do not jibe, it is not subdivision of the county would

I after the final curtain of the main defaulted bonds. erendum "by' July first", which was for us to say which is correct. mean the city of LaBelle bonds IF
: the referendum which is to be voted
I play. The skit was named "A Wife
i on before July first abolishes the fI
! Without a' Habit.

" ,__ .'. _,The"Characters Juniors Trim Belle Glade COPY OF TWO BILLS I city government.The representative. explained that

.\ Mr. Brown, Si. Sias :...
By 7-4 Margin Sunday derived'under the
!I Snowball, Charlie Lovvorn the money to be
provisions of the act "could be held
i t Miss Action, Alden Wallace
EFFECTING COUNTYA up as a bait to the holders of Cityof
' Miss Blooey, Roberta George While the team for which they
LaBelle bonds, as whichcan
I.w ':: Mrs. Carnes, Mrs. G. 0.' Wallace are named was being defeated here I
be used to purchase bonds BUT
% The baby, Ed. Butler Sunday by a 7-4 score, the Junior
JI q which the bond holders cannot man
!I Cane Breakers, composed of boys BILL TO BE ENTITLED hereby repealed. damus."

New Pastor to Arrive under 16 years of age, handed the AX ACT authorizinz, empowering and SECTION FOUR: This Act shall The act was passed as a generalbill

il For Community ChurchThe Belle Glade Juniors a trimming by requiring the County Commissioners take effect immediately upon its be- but it is of local applicationsince

' ,I the same score. The Juniors have of Hendry County, Florida, to coming a law. it effects only one county. It
through this season with a
gone convert and npportionto the county is probable that the bill will be con-
new pastor, 'who has been perfect record. Four wins in as school fund of Hendry County, AX; ACT TO BE ENTITLED strued as unconstitutional.The .
named to take charge of the Clew-
many games. Florida, a portion of all moneys AX ACT Relating to tho Expenditures complete bill is printed else-
Community church will arrive The Clewiston Juniors
Jston are sponsored -
received by said County under provisions and Disbursements of Moneys where in this issue.LEGISLATURE.
in time to conduct services here by the local post of the American
of and resulting from Chapter Derived from Gasoline Taxes Placedto
Sunday it learned by membersof to return the
Legion. They plan
14832 of the General Acts and
the Credit, of Certain of the Several -
the church this week. Meagre here
game Sunday.
Resolutions adopted by the Legisi COST
Counties of the State of Florida,
information was available at the time
Inture of the State of Florida, 1931 Hang a Population of Not Less
the News 'goes to press concerning said Chapter being the Race Track Than 3400 and Xot More than 3600
Sholtz and Cabinet
the new minister, but he comes to DAYIt
I I F Clewiston with the highest recom- bill, Providing the time and meth- According the Last Preceding Federal STATE $3,300

mendations.It Have Task Ahead od apportioning said funds and the Census and Conferring Certain
duties of the Hendry County Boardof Powers, Authority, Directions and
is hoped that a large congregation f
T Public Instruction in connec- Duties Upon the State Board of Ad- cost the tax payers of the Stateof
will be on hand Sunday to
t r. greet the new' pastor. Tallahassee, June 7-The stren- tion herewith.Be ministration with Reference Thereto Florida more than $3300 a day

uous activities of the legislators are It Enacted by the Legislature of Where the said Counties are Not to keep the 1933 legislature in ses-

\ over but this is not true insofar as the State of Florida. Now or may not Hereafter be in Default sion for the two months.W. .

' Second Mandamus Suit the governor and his cabinet are SECTION ONE: That on and after for Bondi! issued for the Con- V. Knott, state treasurer, yes

:; cT Filed, Against County concerned. the first day of May of each year after struction of Roads and may Not Have terday released figures showing the
Xow Hereafter Further State cost of the 1933 session, with a number
They face the difficult task of the effective date of this Act, the or Any

Mandamus proceedings were instituted -I carrying out the changes in our governmental Board of County Commissioners of i Roads to Be Built. of bills still outstanding. Thetreasurer's

against the superintendent of agencies and departmnetsas Hendry County Florida, upon request -i BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGIS- office reported expenses

public instruction, the school board, directed by several legislativeacts. of the Board of Public Instruction LATURE OF THE STATE OF FLOR- of the session regular'GOday at, 19948159.session The of
of the
is authorized and required to IDA cost
the board of county commissioners, I and totalof
\ the tax assessor, and the tax collec- As members of the newly created pay into the. Gereral School Fund of SECTION ONE: That when any 1931 was $206,127.88 a
in 1931
tor of Tendry county this wee kto de- conservation commission, they must the county a portion of, the money moneys derived from gasoline taxes the three sessions was

mand payment of some $23,000 in take steps to consolidate the Game received under provisions of and resulting under the laws of this state shall be $324,782.70.

school bonds and interest coupons. and Fresh Water Department, State from Chapter 14832 of the placed to the credit of any countyor

The suit was filed by the Supreme Shell Fish Deparment and State General Acts and Resolutions adopted counties having a population of Growers Meet to Plan

Forest Woodmen Circle, a Florida Geological Department into one com- by the Legislature in 1931 commonly not less than 3400 and not more On f.o.b. Market SystemGrowers

corporation. The bonds are of the mission, also name the commissioners called the race track money; than 3600 according to the last pre-

issues of special tax school districts and supervise the work. said portion to be determined in the ceding Federal census as of April, 1,

numbers four and five. The hearing As 'member of the board of administration manner hereinafter prescribed. 1930, and the said county or coun- of Florida vegetableshave

i to be before Judge 'WhitehurstTuesday | the governor and his SECTION TWO: The Board of ties, at the time said moneys are been requested by the Investi-

June 14. I cabinet must take steps to put the Public Instruction of Hendry County, placed, or may hereafter be placed, gation committee of the Farmer'sMarket

The oldest bond mentioned in the so-called Kanner bill into operation. Florida, in regular session prior to to the credit of any such county or System, to meet in Orlando'at

f f suit was due July 1, 1929. It is Under this_.___ act the board may,. with.. ____ the first day of May of each year counties, having duly provided for the Municipal auditorium Tues-
\ said that some of the bonds mentioned the consent of the county commis- shall determine the amount of moneys the Interest and Sinking Fund of its day, June 13th to complete an F. O.

in the writ of mandamus have sioners ,use gasoline revenue goingto necessary to supplement the or their road bonds; and it shall be B. marketing system for Florida vegetables -

been paid and cancelled. counties, to purchase the counties' 'General School Fund and the Hen- made to appear by due proof fur- The sponsors of the systemsay

This action is.the second to be own road and bridge bonds at mar- i dry'County Teachers' Salary Fund as nished by the Board of County Com- this is the only way out of the

filed in circuit court against Hendry l ket price instead of retiring the I provided by the State and to make missioners of the said county that chaotic situation facing growers.

county by Lawrence O. Casey, bond r bonds slowly by meeting principaland the aggregate total of said fund for such county is not in default in

attorney, seeking payment of bonds interest payments.As the current year equal to Fifty (50) payment of any interest and has claimed to be past due. members of the Board of Ed- Dollars for each pupil enrolled in the provided for a sinking fund for all'I BOYNTON 7-4 WIN SUNDAY

ucation they must put into effect Hendry County Schools for the cur- road bonds then outstanding and
the provisions of the drastic school rent year. curretly maturing, and/or has no Roy Baker, of Boynton, walked

i \., .' To View Tax Roll bill; assume direction of all public Upon such determination said road bonds outstanding and due, the away with the batting honors here

I ', high schools In the state; prescribe Board of Public Instruction may by State Board of Administration shallbe Sunday with two home runs; eachof
i The tax assessment roll of Hendry courses; set the maximum pay for resolution request the Board of Coun- authorized and empowered to pro- which scored another runner, and

'county will be completed and ready I) teachers and see that state school t I ty Commissioners of Hendry County vide for the expenditure and disbursement cinched the victory for tho Bonytou

for the county coram/issioners by funds are used only to pay teachers I Florida, to pay into the General of any such surplus accruing boys before one of the largest crowdsof

July third, it was made known this and the cost of transportation for School Fund the hereinabove amountof to the credit of such countyor the season on the local lot.

week. school children. I money and the Board of Commis- counties with the State Board of Baker's well placed hits gave the
The county commissioner will meet sioners shall pay same forthwith Administration for meeting the current visitors four of their seven runs' to

July 3, for the purpose of reviewing' lIe-I'm afraid .I must get a wife from the race track funds above men- I payments required by law to be win for a second time from the Clew'

the tax assessments of the roll, and with some money. tioned. made by the State Board of Admin- iston team.

to hear complaints, if any, as the the She (candldly-You'l1 hardly get SECTION THREE: All laws and istration, by directing and The game ended with a 74'wiq
'' Il f
equality -pf the roll. her with anything) ) else parts of, laws }Jq conflict herewith are (Contiuued on page authoriz-I) for Boynton ,

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Clewiston News barass a county officer, it is entirely -
within their power to do so, for .:":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":'--1
Published every Friday in Clewiston, they might rule out paying a neces- TOO LATE TO

Florida by the CLEWISTON NEWS, sary bill on the grounds that it is 6"r RUSSELL KAY I
Inc. "un-necessary" and thus force the CLASSIFYAnd

official to bear the expense of con- .. III Good FarmLand
ducting his office out of his own
Entered second class matter
might to so the curtain drops on the don't know.
pocket, or they go any
February 1, 1927, at the Post Office
extreme in granting bills as neces- Florida Legislature for 1933. tI And when the boys come home
at Clewiston, Florida, under the Act
sary, when in fact the bills are not was some show, 60 big days and 60 and start tellin' you about how they
of March 3, 1897.A I I
such. Such a law gives the board of i big nights. Florida's great public got this and that bill hrough all

county commissioners an upper handin benefit entertainment, with a cast of by himself, don't believe a word of I
newspaper devoted to the best all matters. over three hundred and more than it. No one guy ever got a bill thru for Rent

interests of Hendry county, Florida.It's The bill was introduced and pass- two thousand acts. all by himself. He might draw it,

leading newspaper. ed as a general bill, although it is We hope you liked it and if any- or introduce it, or sponsor it, or fit
applicable in only two counties of one- Is dissatisfied you might step somethin'; but it's always a coupleof

Subscription rate, per year.$2.00Outside the state:, Hendry and Gulf. Thereis up to the box office and try to get other guys that really put it over. -

of State of Florida.-$2.50 grave doubt in our mind as to the your money back. The customary During every legislative session -
constitutionality of the law. concert after the big shaw will not Tallahassee is filled with professional

The bill also provides that the be held, in spite of the fact that "bill-put-throughers." Without 'em

Business Office, Clewiston News, salary of the county commissioners, some of the best acts were not pre- you haven't got a chance. They'llfix Trespassers

Clewiston, Florida. Editorial and which was reduced from $50 per sented. But it is expected by many anything, anytime, at any price. I

Advertising, same. month each to $30 per month for that the same cast will stage a return They know everybody and everythingand Will Be I II

each, does not become effective until engagement in Tallahasseenext are broken out all over' with

HENDRY COUNTY'S FIREARM January' 1935 or, in other words, fall. political influence.If I ProsecutedThe
LAW EXPLAINED.In until the present term of the com- The understanding was that we you even look like you got a

missioners shall have expired.Do would get relief at this session. doubt in your mind they'll grab you

going through the products of you not agree that such a bill Well, now that it's all over there by the arm and drag you around the

the great Tallahassee law mill, one will bear watching? seems to be some difference of opin- lobby slappin' backs and shaken' .
bit of legislation stands out as being ion on that score. But the fact hands like it was old home week or

constructive and desirable. We referto FROM SCHOOL EXAMSIf that it's over is relief enough for somethin.' Every bird they meet is

Mr. Burchard's "firearms bill" most folks. "my pal." If you like baloney and

which, if enforced, will make a long the following answers to ques- You sent 60 lawyers to Tallahassee banana oil you'll sure have a 'grand

stride toward protecting the game of tions involving persons and events to look after your interests. and glorious time up there. And

this county. We compliment Mr. Bur- featured in recent news had been However, the private axe grindershad you can enjoy the gum shoe dancin'

chard on this bill. given by grade school youngstersthere twice that many and they paid I and pussy-footin' at the same time. ClewistonCompany

The bill, which was passed to affect might have been some excuse. 'em a lot more than you paid yours. I Just for fun I thought I'd try and

Hendry and Collier counties provides But since they were submitted in So considerin' what your boys were get the low-down on who was really

for a license to carry fire arms answer to test questions given 448 up against maybe they didn't do so I responsible for a'certain piece of

within the counties. Nonresidentsof high school students in a Middle bad after .all. They had the odds legislation that went through last

the county are required to securea Western state, they.show the need ofa against 'em most of the time and if week, so I put on my best country- ( '

license, at a cost of $25, while good current events course in that you think it's an easy job to buck boy expression and began askin' ......................................................................................r..". ti
residents of the county are only required institution. the legal talent of the lobby you just about it.'Five .
to get a similar license at a According to the Versailles (Ind.) Senators, eleven Representatives -

cost of only $1. These licenses are Republican, in answer to the ques- nine "bill-put-throughers' '
up here during a session and see
good for only ten months, which tion "Who was president of the Uni- Long was honored with the secretary- four attaches and one janitor all
if you can figure out who it reallyis
was included to prevent using one ted States before Hoover?" 37 went ship of the Treasury, and Arthur took individual "cross my heart and that kills cockrobin.Of .
license during two hunting seasons. wrong. Miss Frances Perkins, Sec- Brisbane entered a new role as radio hope to die" credit for it. But wait,
The law also provides that the retary of Labor, was identified as "a comedian. In answer to the question you ain't heard nothin' yet, when the course I don't know nothin'
Gouty judge shall issue these licenses basketball player" and a "member of "How many Democratic presidentssince bell-hop brought my ice water that about it, but I got a funny hunch

upon being satisfeid that the carry- comic strip family." Seventynineof the Civil War?" one wrote: night he took time out while I was' that if you got right down- to the
of firearms is than need." More than huntin' for the dime to howif bottom of things you'd find thatif
Ing for lawful pur- the 448 did not know the name of "More we explain
poses. The judge is being supplied the mayor of their own town. Ma- 300 of the students couldn't identify It hadn't been for his personal there really Is a bird or two up

with blank affidavits on which the hatma Gandhi was termed "premierof Saul of Tarsus, while 59 couldn't influence with legislator So and So here with enough on the ball to

applicant for license must swear to Russia." Benito Mussolini was name the governor of their own state. it would have been just too bad. really put a bill through all by him-

his residence. In the application for put down as the man who slew Mayor What do schools teach htese days, So if it happens you get fed up self, he'd be the last guy in the worldto

hunting licenses, the applicant mere- Anton J. Cermak, of Chicago. Huey I anyway? -Pathfinder. on jig-saw puzzles you might come tell anybody about it.

ly fills out a blank NOT under oath

giving his residence, and' many have

been issued in this county as wellas j
in others to non-residents who

stated in their applications that they

were residents of the county in which
they washed to hunt. The county : : '" .. ". .' ,,.''.:, :
.; .. .to.., ; .,L'f ,,-,"" -'- "" .'
judge not' know "' "f '
every person in -" I :
his county, and consequently he must .. CcJ(7Cfl41fr :--_ _/ ; ; ,. ;

base his license on the statement of I .' v : '
: .
the applicant. .':.; ', ,' lK "" t7 .:.-\("$.:) If.: ,<,,," '. .. .--.-"' -. : ...
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The ....' -" '. .. '1'r {
passage of a local : i .
game law Qjezdwt//i) ; .' ': :\.:' ;..,. ..: ,
was impossible, Mr.\ Burchard said *' -
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and, this method used in
was getting 't't1.1 ; : ;:;: ;:
around the objection. This law t ,
keeps "
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:Hendry county game for Hendry :: : $\ May 29, 1933 ':< :>: :
county citizens, or provides that if : / "

others wish to come in this county ;.. ".
to hunt they must "
pay each sea- "
:' '"; ,'
son for the privilege. .,,'; ,". WOMEN'S CONTRIBUTION TO THE MOTORCAR ', /f:
,. "
'. '':." ''.; .(
SALARY BILL. There is some doubt that people care to hear very much about :(:

of their cars. .. ..t.i.
The the-hoods '
County officers salary bill as goes on under they :
not --
passed by the legislature are
is qualities"
one which that "driving ;
The driver knows ; (
will bear a lot of watching. evolves those results .,.
According to the How the manufacturer creates or "" ':"
provisions of the are put there. gets in
bill, it is up to the county commis- interest him. He judges entirely by the results '1t
sioners to decide what is legitimate may ,' '

expense in an office and what is not. driving. ./: ;,
ResultS. ,
The matter is left entirely to their essential to talk "shop" ; let us talk '"
Well it is : '.
decision. the engine :
that ,
will find "
The county officers were placed on Smoothness. Drive the Ford V-8 and you
a salary, the amounts of which we due to its design and the extra precise \ .: "
smoothness ,
j with surpassing ; 'i
have already published, with provi- runs ,

sions for clerk hire in various of the methods of its manufacture. : ;'
officers. We have no comment to (we could say 80)) at the drshafTloTthe -s
75 horsepower .
is ,
There it : .
make Power. : ..
on amount, it is too multi- around the mettle ;.
angular for us to decide. ,But after driver's use. With less weight to pull ;' .1; :

having the bill rather remarkable.
concerning the sher- response-is .
iff, tax assessor, county judge, tax of this car-its life-like gallon of gasoline than ',.t'\.', .
collector and clerk of the circuit Economy. Our V-8 develops more power on driving but. ;': i.
court explained matter of individual '.1. ;
we are firm in
our a "
Mileage ,
belief -that it will bear close scru- any carunder we have made. gallon. p.
miles a
to 20
tiny by interested parties. conditions the Ford V-8 does 17 ''f:
average that
The figures are set up in the bill only a matter of fuel. Ford
providing for the salary of each of Of course car economy is not initial cost 3
these county officials and the amountto t00. but it is also economical in the complete' sense \
be allowed each for clerk hire. The

use of deputies is entirely within the operation maintenance. motor car must not f
discretion of the officials, they may This is woman's con t ri,ution. The '. :-1lt
Appearance. not
not hire any additional help and keep View the Ford V-8 and you will

the entire amount for themselves, {, only be useful but also good-looking. .\;Fra

this is as it should be. If an officer need our comment on its fine appearance. the .;;
does all the work in his office, he is concern. In 30 years she changed .
entitled to all the revenue allowed to Comfort. This also is woman's made of ...
the office. But the allowing of coach. Comfort is a quality up
expense car from a wagon to a : / .
motor :
is not as readily digestible.In comfort without a quiet smooth- ti
is no
explaining the bill, the author, numerous ingredients. There ingredients too ,-color. good "; ,.
Mr. Burchard, in answer to a ques- engine. We have all the other ;
tion by Fred Dunaway, chairman of running and convenience..
the board of county commissioners, taste quality ease safety, roominess k

said that purchasing and upkeep of ;. ;f :
an automobile for the sheriff or any : -. \ ,

county officer was "up to the commissioners" \. '.r. ,' ,. .' ., ..'. ,'. ,' .. --1'.; :- i;->"' \ '
In other words, the com- L7 HV
"'"' 1. "
. missioners, to use the representa : t, I, i:! '-_
tive's own words, "are the governing ', ; '
power of the county." Dy this is J '

meant that the commissioners MAY :i :

buy a car and provide the upkeepfor .

the sheriff (or any other county ...
officer) if they deem it necessary

expense to conducting the office. If

one county officer needs a car, others

might feel slighted unless they, too

are provided means of transportation. -


If the commissioners want to em- .. --




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MM J. Irwin Davis, of Albany, Ga., and Mrs. J E Beardsley, Mrs. Carl H. Ber-

H. H. Sunderlin, of Peoria, 111., were ner, Mrs. H,A Bestor, Mrs. F D Duff, -

k I Personal Mention in Clewiston on business Monday and Mrs. C L Downs, Mrs. J W Ezelle, ff .
Tuesday.Mrs. Mrs. Earl Fontaine, Mrs. Fred Hill, ; t!

I Mrs. Roy Green, Mrs. H R Hall, Mrs.

! Kit Bowden, of Moore Haven, was E. L. Stewart and Mrs. H. C. Dick Knight, Mrs. M G Langford, MrsC X. 1X

here on business Tuesday.A. Avant attended the meeting of the W McDonald, Mrs. F R Maxwell, I s

,," Everglades Garden Club (,In Belle Mrs. Gene Mills, Mrs. A A Munroe, i :u.aini'of: ._. !

Weiland was in LaBelle on Glade Tuesday.Mrs. Mrs. Charlie Miner, Mrs. W C Owen,

'. business Wednesday.A. Mrs. R Y Patterson, Mrs. W C Pre- I YA YA

Charlie Miner motored to Ft. witt, Miss Frances Munroe Mrs. J P h ysyX

L. Haclcett made a business Myers Sunday for her sister, Miss Percy, Mrs. Grover Poole, Mrs. I M Y YA

i trip to LaBelle Monday. Ruth Knight, who is to spend a few Pafford, Mrs. G B Rackstraw, Mrs.O .
'f i
:. weeks in Clewiston. F Schiffli, Mrs. H J B Scharnberg, n

I Russell DePew of Tampa, was in Mrs. E L Stewart, Mrs. Hoomes Rich: _

,\ Clewiston Friday on business. A A Munroe spent the week end Mrs. T B Shelley, Mrs. G B Thomas JO P.tt'ntt"ng.! X.I.

in Moore Haven where he went to Mrs. W C Worth, Mrs. G 0 Wallace,

W. P. Stewart, of Bradenton was relieve: the Western Union manager, Mrs. Bill Wallace, Mrs. Clyde Byrd

transacting business here Tuesday.J. Mrs. Harben. :Miss Bonciel Stone, Mrs. J F Tippey,

! Mrs. Harry Vaughn, Mrs Gayle Mc-

W. Littlefield of Atlanta, was a Mrs. A. A. Munroe,. Miss Fran- Fadden, Miss Beatrice Kettl, Mrs. lIE

business visitor here Monday. ces Munroe and Mrs. L. C. Smith Yenawine; Mrs. Harry. Turner,

,,,' ---.- were visitors in West Palm Beach Mrs. lIV Bigg, Mrs. Evelyn Pace, eatlpanb < romptIQxccutei |> ;:;

Saturday.Miss Mrs. Hansel McDuffie Miss Vilma *
Miss Jewel Russell is spending amonth's ,
vacation in. Lake Butler and --- Rhodes and Miss Sue Maxwell. :;::!: :i:::

Sanford Ava Ezelle, of Alva, is spend- i Lovely prizes were presented Mrs. ? *Y

ing the week here as guest of her W.C Owen, holder of high score; Mrs.C A Y \ hY

J. E. Beardsley, and C. J. Lovvorn brother, Dr. J. W. Ezelle, and Mrs. L Downs, second Mrs. G B Rack- :::: :: ::::
: .
transacted business in LaBelle Wed-' Ezelle. straw, third, Mrs., Alston cut, Mrs. s.!. i"..: "" '. "y, ._..

: nesday afternoon. Evelyn Pace, tea guest, Mrs. Beards- U

i" .- Mr. and Mrs. Tom Shelley will ley, novelty, and Mrs. McDonald, con- A Ii

J. M. Couse, Moore Haven attorney, leave Saturday afternoon for a two solation. ::::: AT A PRICE THAT'S RIGHT :::!:
vacation which will
was here Wednesday transacting they spendin A
business. Chicago at the World Fair. .:..'. *


Frank A. Dougherty- of LaBelle, F. A. Paris left-Tuesday for his ; unbap 'cbooIJLe ::* :: .

was in Clewiston Tuesday transact- former home in Princeton, N. J., fora yX . 4 i

ing business.Mr. there.few weeks visit with his family on Ii _

and Mrs. Dave Alston and

daughter, Martha Nell, spend Wed- Miss Sue Maxwell, who taught in

&- nesday in Miami. the Clewiston high sschool last term, SUNDAY, JUNE 11, 1933 I should take." Most of you know the of God." These events aid in proving

I left Saturday for her home 'in Pa- manner of crucifying a person. It Christ to be the son of God.

Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Land and hokee. Subject: Jesus on the cross. I was a cruel painful death to which. We copy this statement from Pel'

no Roman could be subjected, but oubet's Notes:
baby son returned to their home here Golden Text: "God commandethhis I
Tuesday after a, short vacation. Mrs E. D. Bennett returned to only slaves and criminals guilty of The seven words from the cross
love toward
us, in that, whilewe
her home yesterday after a delightful treason or other infamous crimes. Mark gives us only one of Christ's
were yet sinners, Christ died for
Miss Ulla Jacobsen:left Sunday for trip to Chicago where she went "And it was the third hour, and utterances from the cross, so thatit
us. Romans 5:8.
Tampa to spend a couple of weeks to attend the World Fair. I they crucified him, And the sub- is best to list all seven here, in the
Text: Mark 15:22-39.
with her father. scription of his accusation was writ- order in which they were spoken.
Time and place of lesson: Friday,
I L. P. Elam, who was assistant ten over, the KING OF THE JEWS." 1. The word of forgiveness
A. D. 30 Jerusalem.
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Mills and chil- i principal of the local high school ; The scribes asked Pilate to changethe "Father, forgive ,them; for they
dren spent Saturday in West Palm last term, left Friday for his homein inscription to "he said that he know not what they do" (probably
After the betrayal and arrest of
Beach. Wauchula. was the king of the Jews," but Pi- uttered in the first cruel momentof
Jesus, as shown in last Sunday'slesson
late refused. crucifiixion).
he was tried before the San-
Mrs. Evelyn Pace left Satuday for Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Bender, of New "And with him they crucify two 2. The word to the penitent rob..
the high court of the Jews,
Gainesville to visit friends and relatives York City are spending this week in which was hurriedly convened duringthe thieves; the one on his right hand ber-"Today shalt thou be with main

for a few weeks. Clewiston on,business. They are,mak- and the other on his left. And the Paradise."
in the house
night of the high
ing theid home at the Clewiston ,Inn. priest. His enemies had determined scripture was fulfilled, which saith, 3. The word of personal affection,

Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Jones left Tues- And he was numbered with the -(committing his mother Mary to
beforehand that he must die, but
day for a short visit with relativesin Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Langford left transgressors." See Isa. 53:12. the care of his beloved apostle John)!
they experienced difficulty findinga
Jacksonville. Sunday for Lake Butler and other "Woman, behold thy son! Behold,
plausible ground for condemninghim. "And they that passed by railedon
points during the summer. Mr. Lang- thy mother."
Finally he was declared guilty him, wagging their heads, and
Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Terrill left Sunday was principal of the Clewiston high 4. The word of spiritual suffering,
of blasphemy for claiming to be the saying, Ah, thou that destroyeth the
morning for White Springs to school last term.A. -"My God, My God, why hast thou
Christ, the Son of God. In the morn- temple, and buildest it in three days, "
spend a few weeks vacation.Mrs. forsaken m"e?
ing the Jews led Jesus away to Pi-: Save thyself, and come down from
W. Lawrence and Miss Jewel 5. The word of physical suffer-
late, that he might confirm their: the Cross. Likewise also the chief
W. C. Prewitt is spending a Lowe motored to West Palm Beach I ing-"I thirst."
sentence of death, for only the Romans riests mocking said among them-
two weeks vacation in Ft. Meade yesterday afternoon. Miss Lowe remained 6. The word of completion-"It
could legally execute the death selves with the scribes, He saved
with here parents. for a week's visit with Mrs.R. I is fulfilled."
penalty. They realized that their others, himelf he cannot save. Let
L. Saxon there. 7. The word of submittal-
charge of blasphemy would have lit- Christ the King of Israel descend
Mr. and Mrs. Earle Fontaine and .1 "Father, into thy hands I commit
tle weight with Pilate and they now from the cross, that we may '
41 son, Bobby, were visiting in West Miss Vilma''' Rhodes, who has beenan my spirit."
therefore accused Christ of pervert- see: and beileve. And they that I
ti Palm Beach Saturday instructor in the Clewiston high
ing the 'nation, of forbidding' give crucified with him reviled him."
school for the past term, left Satur- HOMESPUN THOUGHTSMost
tribute to Caesar, and of saying that Later one of the thieves, called on I I
1 day for her home in Oakland to visit
Andrew Berry left this week for he was a king. Pilate knew that Jesus to aid him, (Luke 23:40-43.).

his home in Savannah Ga., where he her mother during the summer. Jesus ws innocent, yet to appeasethe "And when the sixth hour was of life's trail is uphill, but

will visit his parents for two weeks. clamor of the people he finally come, there was darkness over the it leads' to mountain top views at the'
Mrs. J. P. ,Percy, Mr. and Mrs. H. '
delivered him to be crucified.The whole land until the ninth hour." end.. Is over rocky roads, but the
J. B. Scharnberg and John Lucaa *
Mrs. Foster Meredith, Mrs. J. F. lesson begins, "And they bring This darkness was probably from rocks can be made into highways. Is
left Tuesday for Miami where they I
Tippey and Mrs. A. A. Munroe were him unto the place Golotha which is, supernatural power. a winding way, but a man can walk
embarked for New York for a few
business visitors in LaBelle ,Monday.Mrs. I being intepreted, the place of a "And at the ninth hour Jesus straight on it. Is peopled with those
weeks vacation. Mrs. Percy will
Boston. go Ito skull." The word "Golgotha" is the cried with a loud voice saying, Eloi, ,who would join us if we start sing-

H. R. Hall and ,Mrs. C. W. 'Jewish word for the Latin "Calvaria"for Eloi lama sabachtani? which' is, be- ing. Is plain enough for the man

McDonald spent Tuesday shoppingin which we use the word "Cal- ing interpreted, My God, My God, who keeps to the right. Is easy trav-

West Palm Beach. MRS. HOOKER ENTERTAINSMRS. vary." why hast thou forsaken me?" See eling if we live one day at a time.Is .

W. C. HOOKER ENTERTAINS "And they gave him to drink wine Psalm 22:1. The meaning of this marked with dependable road

Miss Sue Maxwell spent yesterdayhere mingled with myrrh; but he receivedit expression is not agreed upon. signs if we have the wisdom to read.

on her way to her home in Pa- (Omitted last week) not." This drink stupefied .the "And Jesus cried with a loud -Palatka Herald.

hokee after a short visit in Key In a setting of beautiful Spring body and nerves and relieved the I voice, and gave up the ghost. And I

West. flowers at the Clewiston Inn Tuesday, suffering on the cross. It was pro- 'the veil of the temple was rent in Joke of the Month -

Bob Mitchell returned Tuesday 'from Mrs. W. C. ''Hooker entertained a vided by a society of women at Jeru- twain from the top to the botom. Judge to prisoner: "Remember,

attending the graduation exercisesof number, of her friends at a lovely. salem. And when he centurian, which stood that anything your say will be held

the state university in Gaines- afternoon bridge. I "And when they had crucified him over against them, saw that he so agains tyou."

ville. Mr. Mitchell plans on enter- The guests were: Mrs. G. A. Allen,' they parted his garments, casting cried out, and gave up the ghost, Prisoner: "Garbo, Dietrich, Craw-

ing the university;, in the fall. Mrs: Roy Ayston, Mrs. 'Dave ,Alston, lots upon them, what every man he said, Truly this man was the Son ford, Bennett.-Bindery Talk.

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19'3 JUNE Bookings Without Subject Notice To Change 1933

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= 10

Area'de Theatre Fort Myers Fla 'CLEAn Lee ALL Tracy WInES"E"R "California Buck .Jones: TraIl"

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11 12 13 14 15 16 17

,f Maurice Ch.avalicr Maurice Chavalier Nancy Carroll Nancy" Carroll Richard Di:X'1 jrlwind' --Tim 1IcCm'Charlie

Ruggles .


18 19 20 21 22 23 "SJULon'g LUC1:"


Wheeler & 'Vooisey Wheeler & 'Vooisey Kate Smith I Sylvia Sidney uS"I\"ia. Sidney } 'Y Ray Tom Beene


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; 25 26 27 28. 29 "3'0 ,JUJJY, 1.
Christopher StI'ong"
ADO R A B L E A D 0 RAn L E LOOKING :ponv AnD" "PEG 0' MY HEART" "PEG 0' MY IIEAHT" Esther Ralston

Janet Ga"JlOr Janet Ga'J1or Lionel 'Barr1nol'c Marion Davies Marion Daviesatherine: Hepburn =nbstone Call"on"
Ken InY11ard t.

FOUR -._-- -- THE CLEWISTON .NEWS .., .- I FRIDAY, JUNE, 9, 1D33.


":":":":": :":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":"'.. Maintains "B Pins" Average pose of carrying out the provisionsof Clewiston Motor Makes
Legislature Adjourns
Distinguishing herself for high this act, the State Board of Ad-
... competence in her studies, Margarethas ministration is hereby authorized to Improvement in ServiceIn
_i / Bagasse II After Hectic Session been on the "approbation list"or direct and require the drawing by

..:..:00:..;..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: 'during college her honor college roll career.consistently She has the Comptroller of such warrant or order to give its customersmore
warrants as may be necessary to give speedy service, the Clewiston
Things one sees strolling about Tallahassee, June 5-The twenty-, maintained an average of "B plus"which effect to the purpose of this Act. And Motor company, local Chevrolet dealer -
fourth biennial session of the Flor-
Clewiston: is considerably above the col- the State Board Administration is recently installed electric gasoline
Charlie Miner milking his kick- ida legislature adjourned sine die at lege average of "C.." Majoring in hereby authorized and directed to pumps, enlarged its parts store room

ing cow. '. 1:15 o'clock Saturday afternoon, 25 English, she has prepared herself to provide for the application of such I provided better office space and is
and 15 minutes after the
Elbert Stewart catching grass hop- teach English, French and piano. surplus funds accruing to any such now capable of handling the motor-
pers for his baby turkey. time set for the conclusion of the Her greatest, interest has been in county or counties as hereinabove I ing needs even more satisfactorily

W. C. Worth spending his out of regular 60 day session. music and when she returns to Mar- provided. I I than in the past.
in both houses speededup
Action was
office hours working in his flower ianna after graduation she plans to he Motor company also received a
as the hour for closing drew SECTION THREE: All laws and I
garden and utilize her talent by opening a studioin
yard. I car of new Chevrolets last week r.--'
near. Diffierences were ironed out parts or laws in conflict herewith :
Mrs. Leah Spicer planting shrub- her home for teaching class and I which were placed, on display in the
are hereby repealed.
on a number of major issues and .
bery around her home or working on private lessons in piano. i show rooms. Judging from the com-
numerous local bills were passed.An SECTION FOUR: This Act shall
activities have received
the swimming pool she has built for pliments the new models have received -
eleventh hour deadlock devel- take effect immediately its be-
their share of attention in Margaret'scollege upon
the kids. ? they: are gaining favor in the
oped over the administration spon- coming a law.
life. She went to the Junior-
Mrs. Hare, hello-girl, drinkingher public
sored debt refunding measure, Sen- Senior the Junior-Senior Mar-
four-o'clock "pop. prom
ate bill 175 which would have plac- ---
di Gras and other social functions
Collins his tennis ,
Maj. taking the Clewiston very Inn ed taxing units having bond debts during the year. She hasn't spared .:...:..:..:...:...:..:..:...:..:..:..:...:..:..:..:...:...:...:...:..:-.:...:...:..:".:":eye.:1.
seriously back of troubles over the rule of the state '.. I.N.H.N.N.N.N.-:N.N.N.N.N.N.N..:.N.N.N.H.N.N.N.N..:.N.N.
with Ivey Pafford. athletics. When Isabelle Toote, of .
board of administration.Early .
Albert Hackett composing poetryor Okeechobee, a physical education
House tt ?
writing philosophical letters. in the week the major, asked to give her swimmingbut YY ?
amended the bill to provide for a YY ??
number of the Clewiston Inn finally consented to "try. After
Any local referendum to determine whet- :::: ::::
"family" playing bridge. the first "try" she liked the waterso n; ;
her or not individual taxing units much that Dan was asked to take
Bill Cowart looking for something -
should choose to turn the solutionof YY y
to do. her down to the gymnasium on a YY KNOW THE
their debt problems over to the regular schedule. YY y
"Papa" Hooks watching his base YY
ball canebreakers at afternoon prac- state board. Together with all seniors Margaret YY y
tices. After a hard battle the amendmentwas says that her outlook and attitudehas :;::;: :!::!:

'Gus' digging around and water- adopted but'motion to recon- altered in the four years she YY ?

flowers at the Inn. sider the vote was tabled. The bill fias been in college 'not only in an Y yy ?
ing .... MEN :
was passed as amended and again a intellectual but in a personal way. ,'" .' ..
oOoOoOo reconsider tabled. YY f
motion to was She has lost the sensitiveness she ;
When it comes to accurate des- The Senate refused to concur in brought with her as a freshman;

cription, we award the leather medalto the Amendment and the House was she has become less dependent and Y..... ..... -

a correspondent in the Moore Ha- equally firm in its refusal to recede. less self-conscious as she has inte- .:t;::!?!: If you don't know the men personally, at least :i::!: '-- :
the follow- then
ven Democrat who sent in Conference committees were ,
grated herself into the brusque cam- .:. ; know them by reputation and know that they .j':"i'.. A t
"Mrs. endeavoredto
item last week: vainly
ing appointed. They 'aderie of college life. Her experi- : ? actually are behind and taking interest in the ;:.:.
was accidently shot Sunday morning reach an agreement on the House .i.....
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ences in college provide an interest- : corporation in which you invest your money. .i..i-
while at,her mother's home. The bul- amendment to the measure. Both ing narrative which she plans to I ':.':' ....:. f

let entering near the spine below the houses were in session until long write in story or novel form in her :;::;: WHen you are .approached, to ;buy automobile :!::::

right hip glancing to the fleshy partof after midnight Friday night withno time between giving piano les-I Y':' stock, don't buy this stock on the statement that ':'.i'
the hip where it lodged. She was agreement reached. spare :':?:: the same amount of money invested in the original 'i'X::

taken to the doctor who extractedthe Saturday morning the House received sons.Margaret's limitationshaven't ++ .Ford company, would have earned you so many ::.:-
and the wound. containingthe physical %% millions of dollars, but find out what is behind the 'i"i.;
bullet dressed
a Senate message
crippled her personality. Her :::::: company offering you this stock and who are the ::::::
Her friends are glad to know the bill with a request from that
brown eyes twinkle with the mis- 'i"i' directors and how do these directors stand in the +S.
wound was not serious and that she body that the House recede from its chief of a small boy who has some- :::::: citizenship of the community. )Y:i:
is able to goto the doctor for treat- referendum amendment.S. : : :
sleeve. In her
thing up his conver- :: :
ment. Pierre Robineau of Dade, leader -
sation is a broad interest in people YY

Speaking of oOoOoOo awarding prizes but recede in ,the moved fight that to have such the action House be and humor things that and she is an well inborn able sense to turnon of :i:*:* We Can Help You To i:::Y: .

'little Sonny-Boy Vaughn deserves a : taken. Speaker Tomasello' ruled herself. And the views she expresses :.OI::::: Own Your Own Home :ii:::
badge for his original reply to his the; motion to reced out of order, inasmuch show a real independenceof AA

mother last week. Mrs. Vaughn had as the measure had already mind besides which physical dependence YY'Y

beeF out selling advertisements for been once reconsidered.The becomes unimportant.What YY I!

'Her Step Husband' and in commenting ruling brought Robineau to is the philosophy of life that :;::i: Our officers and directors are well known citizens. :!:sClewiston :

on it she said, "I have just talk- his feet on a point of personal privi- has caused her to live a virtually: I X

ed myself ,out on the programs." But lege, and a stirring verbal battle be- normal life in spite of her handi- Y

Sonny Boy, taking her very seriously, gan, in which the gentleman from caps? :;::;: :::i:

asked, "Well, mother, how can you Dale and the gentleman, from Okee- "Philosophy?" she laughs. I don't ..... .....

talk now?" Which goes to show that I chobee cited point after point in have any philosophy. A philosophyisn't r!: I Home :!:; !

the young Master Vaughn must be parlimentary law to sustain their something you have-it is

shown. positions. Other members of the something you do. People live their

oOoOoOo House joined in. Word of the sit- philosophies, she says, "or they don'thave
uation spread through the,legislative I Building Association I i
Ripley might be interested in this: any. '
The Peterson family 'Mr. and Mrs.' halls. -The gallery was crowded and \

were playing golf Monday when Pete every foot of space in the chamberwas !
filled by spectators, who
hooked a vicious shot on number 7 ,witnessed one eager of the most dramaticand TAG AGENTS LOSE :::': Administration Building ::'i:

which ended in the rough .across stirring scenes of modern Flor- .... ..... ..
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number 8, but Agnes kept pluggingup ida legislative history as the debate :::: Clewiston Florida :;::;: /
her own fairway. Pete headed his continued.A JOBS IN JANUARYTALLAHASSEE ? ?::
ball toward the green but sliced and im
motio nto over-rule the chair
struck his wife's ball in mid-air over T
and permit further consideration of

number seven fairway. Both balls the bill was finally brought to vote. June 5th The -a... ..........N.NN. .NN. .................................-............................................................................ r
falling dead to the ground. (We did The roll call began with the lines Florida motorist who buys a tag after 1:::.:..:..:N:N M N:H..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.,:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.
not learn which of the two players July first will find costs reduced
of both sides sharply drawn and with i
blamed the other for interfering.) ;I from 33 to 50 per cent, but sales
everyone in the chamber tense to
catch each "yea" and "nay" as the will not pass from the ''hands of 1111I1111I1 ",IIIIIIIIIIIIIIi<1\\IIIlIIIIIIIII JIIII!'''' __ IIIIIIIIIIIIII =
PRESSING FIXE FABRICS county tag agents into the countytax
names were read.
collector's office unil January 1.
Pressing of all fine fabrics may be Final tabulation of the vote to- The new law, which becomes effective -
talled 47 to 46 to sustain the rulingof
accomplished successfully-in the July 1 so far as tag pricesare
its speaker and thereby soundedthe concerned, calls for a $5 tag for -
case of either those that are wash- death knell of Senate Bill 175, motorcycles and private cars weigh- A MESSAGE

able or those that are not washable considered by many the most important for i
ing up to 2,000 pounds; $10 ma-
Fine fabrics, however, should never bill to be considered by the chines weighing not less than 2,000

be in the legislature during the entire session. than for
pressed same manner as and not more 3,000;

woolens. There is ever the dangerof cars weighing' not less than 3,000 read
and not more than 4,000; and $20 to you It
spotting a fine fabric when press- CRIPPLED GIRL IS for automobiles in excess of 4,000I I . I

ing, and in some instances stains

made by ironing a moist spot on a I HONOR GRADUATE pounds.The present costs are 65 cents per CLE\YISTOX'DAIRY COMPANY I

fabric cannot be removed.A I hundredweight for cars weighing up is serving the people of Clewiston and other communities I. I
piece of cheesecloth may be to and including 3,000 pounds and around the South end of the Lake. """ -l
(By Louise Robertson) 75 ,cents for cars weighing over 3,000 I
dampened by wetting the cloth in In the producing, handling and delivery of Dairy
Tallahassee, 'June 2-Among the I pounds.
Products, we are conforming to regulations which
clean water and
wringing very 256 girls who mounted the stage at Whereas, county tag agencies, political will comply with the very strict ordinances foundin

dry. This may be placed on the fab- Florida State College to receive their appointments, now have many larger cities.

ric to be pressed, passed over quickly diplomas recently, one moved across charge of the selling and will con- 1

with an iron of moderate heat the platform in a,, rolling chair. She tinue to ,do so until January 1, after

and ironing continued directly on the was Margaret Gramling of Mari- the latter date the county tax col- PURE MILK is an essential food and i

anna, who'had gone through four lecors will take the business over.
fabric after the cloth is removed. of in rolling chair They will be allowed to collect a world for
college a the
years the best food in
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This type of pressing should be doneon more effectively than the average girl fee of 25 cents per tag comparedwith

the wrong' side of, the fabric. Un- has on two feet. the 50 cents fee allowed the GROWING! CHILDREN..

less very carefully done, this methodis Stricken with infantile paralysisat present tag agencies. .i

dangerous because of the possi- the age of 26 months, Margaret .. )

bility of water spotting.The cannot remember when she was nota COPY OF 1933 ACT DEALING Milk that is not pure-: is something else.

better method) Is to use a dry cripple, neither can she remember .WITH SURPLUS GAS TAX When you buy milk, ask your milkman these

piece of fairly thick cnavas, place it when she did not manage to do mostof questions, and if he cannot answer all of them, I

on the section to be 'pressed, very the things that other people do (Continued from page 1)) "YES," Beware., ,

lightly dampen the upper surface of -that is, the important things. Go- ing the use and employment of such Are the cows T. B. tested? i

the canvas with a sponge from which ing to college might be facilitated by surplus funds by any such county I I

most of the. water has been squeezer being able to walk, but going to college within the purview of this Act, 1 Is the milking place a clean, screened enclosure -

and then iron the canvas with a fair- would not require walking. So through and by its duly consti- ? With concrete floors?

ly hot iron. This properly done will she insisted that it be arranged for tuted County authorities, by the application -: Is each cow thoroughly washed before milking?
force steam into the fabric without her to attend Florida State Collegefor of such surplus, first; to I

permitting moisture to reach the fab- Women.A the purchase retirement of any Are all containers sterilized with live steam

ric, thus eliminating the danger of little over four years ago Mar- other outstanding road or road and under pressure? I

water spotting. garet Gramling came with her fatherto bridge district bonds or other bondsor 'I WE CAN ANSWER "YES" TO ALL OF THEM. ,
Another method of pressing whichis Dr. Edward Conradi indebtedness of said county, or
see presi- : These ,are only a part of the precautions WE w'. :
practical but somewhat more diffi- dent of the college, who became per- its political sub-divisions and/or to take to protect YOU and your health. I
cult of successful results is to mois- sonally interested in her plan. It the maintenance of the roads and II "'

ten lightly the surface of the fabric was soon arranged with the board of bridges of said county, and second; Costs a little more? Yes! Ityit worth a hundred I' ,'-
times the cost. ..II E A LT H is the greatest asset
with a fine dispersion of moisture control that Dan Swain, a janitorin to the general revenue fund of said
from a spray gun, using clean wateras the history building, should take county to the end for the purpose anyone can luuo. You can not afford to take un- 'i

the ammunition. Iron immediately her in her chair whereever she wish- and to the extent only that the levy : necessnrumces.: '

with an iron of low tempera- ed to go. Margaret was to pay the for the maintenance of roads and This is one of a series of Educational advertise-

ture. In this method care should college for his services. So for four bridges or the general revenue fundof I ments. Look for the ones to follow.rAGE II'

be taken to make certain that no years "Dan" has pushed Miss Gram- said county for county purposes l J
drops of water reach the fabric and lin" to her classes. Margaret in her shall be correspondingly reduced

also that the spraying be extremely. rolling chair and Dan area familiar thereby.
light. sigh on Florida State campus. SECTION TWO: For the pur- llil"I ""I""I"II ""II"" IIII"IIII mm II111111IIIISlIIIIIIIIIII"I! :;\) .i lfIT1TI !!!!! .