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: June 23, 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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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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i I'. Breakers Have Bunting Spree: SAINT CLEWISTON LOUIS HEARS AND THE OF" 'GLADES Pay-as-go G Policy FormedAt

I'I't:<. Defeat Hugh's 17-8 Sunday Louis.Speaking Mowry Kiwanis, president before'club the this of the Greater week Clewistonclub JohnK. St. School Board SessionMRS.

gave the St. Louis gathering a

i! t (By A. L. Hackett) ond with Bolton on first on a hit, word picture of Clewiston I and the
t ,
A pay-as-you-go system will be inaugurated -
Everglades. Mr. Mowry, after attending McCRACKEN SLATED TO
I( The Clewiston canebreakers hand- Cato sent both ahead when he was one of the St. Louis club's in the public schools ot

ed Hugh's Soda shop a 17 to 8 defeat safe on an error. C. Nall struck out. luncheon was invited to give the WIN JUNE WOMEN'S:: TOURNEYMrs. Hendry county next term, the mem-

I in a game marked by heavy Wilson bunted, scoring McLendon, members an "idea of what the Ever- bers of the school board decided

hitting on the part of the 'Breakers and going to first; Theriot bunted glades is like." W. H. .:McCracken whose improvement Wednesday night at a meeting to

Sunday afternoon in West Palm on the golf course has draw up a tentative estimate of receipts -
,I scoring Bolton, and was safe on first.
Beach. been steady for the past month, is and disbursements for the com-
I Rutland bunted scoring Cato, and
Clewiston got off to an early start, RECEPTION GIVEN slated to win the June golf tournament ing term.
beat the bunt out. D. Hooks hit safe-
gathering seven hits in the second for women here. Two monthsago The board' inherited a stack of bills
scoring Wilson and Theriot. B.
inning and a mixture of bunts and Mrs. McCracken :was satisfied and will begin the 1933-34 term with
Nall connected for a three-bagger
hits, kept the East Coast team completely scoring Hooks. McLendon hit scor- FOR NEW PASTORBY with 63's for the nine hole course, approximately $9,500 due to teachers -

baffled to score 11 runs. Fif- but during the past two months she and bus drivers from this year's
ing B. Nall, and stole second. Bol-
teen cane cutters went to the plate has improved her game until her operation. These, together with an
ton walked, and Cato went to first
4' during this inning. McLendon led THE LADIES AIDA average is now in the low 50's. She item of $2,000 for time warrants and
, when he was hit by a pitched ball,
off with a safety and went to secondon meets Mrs. W. M. Redelsheimer next notes, are included in the tentative
loading the bases. Campbell Nail '
Bolton's hit. An error put Catoon week. budget for next year.
cleared the bases with a triple over A delightful reception was givenat
J first and loaded the bases. C. center field. Wilson walked stole In one of the closest matches of After spending four hours in ses-
; the Clewiston Inn last Friday night
Nall struck out. Wilson started the -
: the tournament, Mrs. Redelsheimer sion Wednesday night cutting out
second. C. Nail started home on the
by the Ladies Aid Society of the
scoring with a bunt, and was safe turned in a one-up win over Mrs. H. items which the hools can afford
but out
i' throw to second was caught Community church honoring the Rev.
J on first. Theriot followed with a for A. Bestor last week, and Mrs. Mc- to forego, the budget was balanced.
at the plate. Theriot struck out
and Mrs. W. B. Furgess, who recently -
bunt, scoring a runner and keepingthe the third out. Cracken defeated Mrs. F. Deane Duff The board took into considerationthe
arrived in Clewiston from Trenton
bases loaded. Rutland beat out
six and five.SPOR1'SMEN.
the schools
bunt, scoring the runner on third. ,Rutland out, second to first; Dick New Jersey to take charge of the expected revenue are

l Hooks hit safely followed by Hooks' fly to left brought. him backto church here. to share with the county general
ka ;
< fund which is the
to bring
triple Beder Nall. McLendon's the bench; Beder Nall was called Uuder the leadership of Mrs. J. E. expected
of the school
1 second trip to the plate netted him out on strikes to retire theside.As Beardsley, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson,"'>Mrs. WILL operating revenue sys-

'' E. C. Mills and Mrs. G. B. Thomas, tem to $50.00 per pupil. The revenue
t another hit. Bolton was 'walked, the fourth inning opened Mc- ,
based enrollment of 700
was on an
and Cato went to first when he was ] endon flied out to thirdBolton; the committee in charge of the recep-

hit by a pitched ball. With the bases cracked one over right fieeld for a tion an entertaining program had CONTEST NEW LAWAbout pupils.

loaded, Campbell Nall connected fora home run. Cato out, fly to pitcher.C. been arranged The numbers on the Expenses Are 'SlashedBy

three bagger but was caught out Nall caught out by left fielder., program, each rendered to the pleasure cutting out the item of $50

at home as he attempted to scoreon The fifth inning began with a dou- of those in attendance, includeda seventy-five Lee County for attendance of school officials to

Wilson's steal. ble by Wilson; Theriot out, pitcher to song by, a quintet from the high sportsment met last Monday night at "institutes and summer courses" and

In the fourth, Bolton hit a long first; Rutland hit safely but was out school, Betty Spicer, Louise Wal- Weaver's Corner, and discussed at by calling on each school to pro-

i t one into right field to circle the on the steal; Hooks was safe when dron, Roberta George, Vesta Allen, length the local bill passed in the vide its own library, cutting out the

and Bob Mitchell; a pianolog by Mrs. free text book item, and by slashing
bases for a home run. Hugh's elected to try for, Wilson, who ; recent session of the legislature pro- ;
{ A. Allen a vocal solo by Marshall the of transportation from
The Cane Breakers gathered 18 was safe at home. Hooks stole second ; viding that Hendry and Collier coun- expense

1 and scored on Beder Nail's Yenawine, several spirituals by a $4,500 to .$2,700; slicing $200 from
hits off of the offerings of Newsome ties may charge a license of $25.00for
single; McLendon's fly was caught' quartet from the Community church the item of building maintenance'
and Beaucom while Wilson for the any hunter from outside these
by 'third. choir; a little skit by Betty Hooks by failing to rent the building in
'Breakers let 13. two counties that wishes to hunt in
k. up Bobby and Dick: Patterson; and a r Clewiston used last year as home
I Bolton, first up in the sixth, was either of them.
It was a track meet for the Clewis- violin duet by Althea Ford and Roy economics class room and labora-
i put out by left fielder; Cato was After the matter had been thoroughly -
I ton nine with every man on the Green Jr.Listed. tory, and by making a cut in salariesof
thrown out at first
by Camp-
discussed it decided ,to
team scoring except C. Nail, who was was
i among those present 'are: teachers, which amounts to approximately -
bell Nail went out at center.
test the of the law,,
thrown out at the plate. McLendon, constitutionality
FatherF. and
Rev. and Mrs. W. B' Furgess, $10 la each case, by
Bolton and Cato, scored two runs Wilson hit and went to second on as Representative W. J. Wood de-
J. Finnegan, Mr. and Mrs. F. D. reducing the number of teachers (one
each in one inning. The bunting Theriot's grounder, and scored on clared that he was sure the law was
Duff, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mr. in Clewiston and one in LaBelle) the

attack, with Bolton's homer: and Rutland's double. Hooks, went out unconstitutional. Other lawyers con-
and Mrs. Fred Hill, Mr. and Mrs. W. board expressed belief that. the coun-
the triples by Campbell Nall and Be- at center; Beder Nail safe on a hit. sulted were of the same opinion,,
M. Redelsheimer, Mr. and Mrs. H. R. ty schools may be conducted for at
der Nail, with the doubles McLendon flied out to retire the side. and suit will be brought at, once to
f many Perhaps
Hall, Mrs E. R. Fontaine, Miss Laura least seven months next term. -

'f" and singles of the other players fea- Bolton, first up in the eighth, was Matteson, Mr. and Mrs. Grover A. test the matter. W. J. Wood, Wall then, after all bills are paid, a

tured the game. struck out. Mitchell, who replaced Poole, Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Leydig, Lawler and C. Q. Stewart were ap ,way will be provided to carry on for

.- '., BatteriesClewisf "n: Wilson and Cato In''right, hit and scored on" Miss Marion Leydig, Mrs. Leah Spicer pointed as lawyers and instructed togo the eighth month. Little hope fore

L Bolton. Hugh's: Newsome, Beau- Campbell Nail's double. Nail wentto Mrs. R. Y. Patterson and Bobby and ahead and see what could b e nine months term was held out.

i com and Mansfield, and Trapp. third on Wilson's grounder and Dick Patterson, Mr. and Mrs. M. P. done. Income Doubtful

4 Umpire: Bob Egnor. was left on base when Theriot was Peterson, and Jimmy Coleman, Mr. At the time the bill was under
} The amount of the schools
.,., struck out. and Mrs. A. J. Ciani, Joe Ciani, Miss consideration, Mr. Weaver and others money
Clewiston's Play-by-Play will get from the payment of taxesis
In the ninth, Rutland hit;' Hooks Athlea Ford, Miss Julia Ford, Miss protested the bill and asked that
Rutland,out pitcher to first. Hooks out center either Lee county be included or the more a problem this term than is
by fielder; Beder Nail Clara Schiller, Mrs. J. H. Pressley,

i out by first unassisted. B. Nall out was out, fly to second; McLendon Emmett Shelley, Mr. and Mrs. Roy bill be killed, as it would be very ordinarily the case. Under the provisions -
Bill" it is almost
of the "Futch -
to right field.McLendon brought Rutland in with a hit. Bol- Green and Roy Green jr., Dr. and I bad for Lee county with such a measure -
impossible to attempt an es-
\ hit safely; went to secCommunity ton walked; Mitchell grounded out. Mrs. B. A. Bourne, Mrs. W. C. Worth, in force.-Fort Myers Floridian. conceededthat
timate. It is generally
Mrs. E. E. Kelly, Mrs D Lamer I
only public spirited persons or
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Oglesby, Mrs.G. .

1 Church Juniors Win fourth I O. Wallace, and Laddie Wallace, Ham Club Play and corporations readily in Hendry will pay county their taxes as they as

Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Allen, Marshall .
have in the past.Explanations.
l Makes Yenawine, Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Legion Dance FridayThe
Improvement Game Here Little
SundayThe Mr. and Mrs. J. 'E. Beardsley, Mrs.. Help
The school officials had attendeda
F. Harry Turner, W. C. Prewitt, Miss
,, meeting in Ft. Myers Mnoday at
':: The trustees of the Community Clewiston Juniors, sponsoredby Nora McGuire, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Ham club, Wild Ginger, whichis which State Superintendent W. S.

{ : church met this week and have announced Mills, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Downs, being given; by thatorganization asa
the'American and Hinson and R. M.
Legion, turned in Cawthon, Roy
: that a canvass will be com- Mrs. W. K. Downs, Mrs. W. W Hooke, benefit production for the Clewis-
had to "explain" the new
i pleted next week soliciting annual their fourth straight win Sunday by r Betty Hooks, Mrs. R. George, Miss ton post of the American Legion, will Evans the come officials baffled
laws but were as
contributions to the church. The defeating the Belle Glade Juniors Roberta George, Mrs. F. R. Maxwell, be given next Friday night, it was ,
after this meeting as they
:I' : )canvassers began \ their work last here, 5 to 3. Miss Mary Bush, Miss Helen, Brin- decided this week. before.

', week and will continue to call on in- Three of the Clewiston boys showed son, Mrs. Fred Topper, Victor Blate, Also a dance will begiven at the e were

terested persons until they have made their ability at bat by smashingout George Schauerman, Mr. and Mrs. H. Clewiston Inn. The music for this

.. a call on members and friends of two hits each out of three timesup. A. Bestor, Dick Hooks, Miss Marjorie will be furnished by Bill Dougherty, .TO, LAY FOUNDATIONS FOR' ..

.:: the church. Eddie Clark, Ed Ward and Har- Harvel, Mrs. Barney Thomas, Mr. and his Palm Beach orchestra.The CHURCH OF ST. JUDE

and Mrs. C. M. Allen, Mr. and Mrs.I. .
, It was also decided to have a conW old Lang were each credited with a funds being raised by these

s gregation meeting at the church Sun- double and a single. The fielding N. Prevatt, Miss Louise WaldronA. events will be given to the Legionto Site for the Catholic church build-

',; day, July 2, to select persons to fill work of Harold Lang and "Rabbit"Roberts W. Sias, Charles Lovvorn and be used in their work of sponsoring Jing being in process of clearing,

the offices of the church.In were outstanding events of Van Bush. the local troups of the boy scouts. laying of foundation will be started

next week on the lots on the Canal
order to make improvements the game; Lang saving one run by
LOCAL PRO. TO GIVE FREE Point-Pahokee road. Piles will be
in the little church building, the being on his toes in backing up TO HOLD MONTHLY GOLF
driven rock and capped with concrete -
third base. Green had overthrownthird MORNING IN JULY
trustees to have the HERE:
pews TOURNAMENTS George will superin-
and the dimutive Rabbit could M. F.
re-varnished. G. H. Small and Dick
Plans for the
Small began work on this part of the not touch the ball, but Lang came in Free in golf will be given tend construction.
Announcement made here recently Chicago
was drawn by a
building were
program this week, and say a greater fast, took the ball, and caught the each morning from 9'to 12 from June I that monthly golf tournaments architect.Canal Point News.

; part of the church will be completedby runner at home. Rabbit's pickupsat 30 through July 28 to any lady in I fl would be held at the Clewiston course

Sunday and the remainder of the third and his accurate tossing to I Clewiston, Lloyd Sparrow, pro, said
for both and for women.
the first cut off many of the Belle Glade I men NO CHANGE MADE IN LOCAL
ready following week. yesterday.
pews I The first week in each month will POST OFFICE STAMP RATENo
While the improvements are being hopes for safe hits The lessons will be by appointmentor be set aside for qualifying, rounds.

" made in the church, the Ladies Aid Junior Thomas and Roy Green will be given as group instruction : affairs
The events will be handicap
will be made in postal
society decided to repaint the parson- were the batteries for Clewiston and if the players so desire. The offer' contestant's being change
every effective in the Clewiston office -
age, and this work is being carried on Lefty Cooke and Weeks bore the is not limited to members of the Clew- rates
monthly, :Lloyd Spar-
changed said this week.
I Arthur Lawrence
} at the same time. The parsonage brunt for Belle Glade. iston golf club. ,
row, pro, said. Postal ruling, effective July first,
;: will be ready for occupancy next
have reduced the rates for city delivery -

week. J300 PRISONERS ARE. NOW letters from three cents to

Batting Averages Cleviston Team SEEKING PARDON two cents, but since Clewiston does
T not have a city delivery service no

;; 'AS TOURNEY DRAWS TO END will be 'made. Drop letters
Name Games An 'V'll'tl Sacrifice lilts 1'erc't. Tallahassee, Fla., June 21 (FNS) change

"Pardon me, please! please! please! remain at the one-cent rate, and out
Mitchell 1 4 0 0 3 .750
Three players have advanced an- Thirteen hundred eager, hopeful, of town letters remain at three cents.
Uulland. 6 28 2 1 10 .400
other step toward the finals in the pleas, representing approximately (
Bedel' NaIl 6 27 '3' 0 9 .375
June handicap golf tournament here. I I half of the population of our state CLEWISTON TO PLAY MOOREHAVEN
Williamson 2 8 3 0 3 .375 '
W. C. Owen defeated F. D. Duff four prison, await the consideration of THERE SUNDAYThe
cLendon 6 27' 0 0 10 .371
e and three; Emmett Shelley turned in the pardonboard..
; William Hooks 3 12 0 0 4 .333
.ie::;:k a three and two win over Earl Fon- No duty of state officials Is more Clewisto'n cane breakers, with
Butler. ,
2 6 0 0 2 .333
- taine; and A. N. Gallant was winner trying or more difficult than the the memory of a 17-8 win last Sun-
Campbell NaIl 2 9 0 0 3 .333
over Father Finnegan by two upland consideration of the applications of day will journey to Moore Haven
Wilson 6 20 3' 1 4 .400
.. to go at the beginning of the matches executive clemency, where hearings Sunday afternoon to meet the team
Joe Cato G 17' 1 3 .200
:.:F. scheduled for this week. bring tearful wives, many accomp- of that city. Moore Haven Is smack-
Dick Hooks 5 30 1 0': 4 .138
Bill Redelsheimer and Cecil Park- anied by hungry crying children, ing its lips over a double headed win
Bolton 4 18 2' 0i:' 2 .125
inson have yet to settle their match -. heart broken mothers, begging one last Sunday in which it trampledthe
Theriot 6 20.0 2 2 110
"., to enter,.the "chosen few." Jledels- more chance for "my boy," petitionsand Clewiston Engineers and then
Avant 2 7.. 1 0 .1 0 ., .000
helmer defeated H. A. Bestor by 2-1, -. '" appeals bearing prominent signatures handed the team from Okeechobeea
Harris O' :
1- 2 0 'O.000
and Parkinson was pushed up by his Rush 2 .3' 1 0 0.000 lawyers with stuffed brief severe trouncing. This game should' -.......
3-2 win Wer Bill Prewitt this week I cases and silver tongues. be one of the best of the year.
Guthrie. 1 3 0 0 O' .000



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'''' FRIDAY, .TUNE 23, 1933. \
WILL THEY HEDGE? to Phenicia, where a woman besought
The Clewiston News .--- him to cast a demon from her daugh '

Published every Friday in Clewiston, The state law is quite clear as TOO LATE TO BY ter. After testing her faith Jesus

Florida by the CLEWISTON NEWS, to who are residents of Florida, andit I) RUSSELL KAY granted her request. Later he healed I .

Inc. is equally clear'when it says thatno CLASSIFY a deaf-mute In Decapolis.
and Loyalty.Jesus
school board shall employ teachers 2.
who shall not have been resi- asked his disciples, "Whom '

Entered as second class matter dents of the state for two years. Along about this time last year classification got the well known do men say that I am?" and they

February 1, 1927, at the Post Office Any number of applications will Jim Lee, in his campaign for comp- sack. answered, "John the BaptistEliasone

. at Clewiston, Florida, under the Act be presented to school boards the troller, was hopin' hither and yon It's been, a bad day for relatives of the prophets." Then he I

of :March 3, 1897.A state over by persons who last year havin' a lot to say relative to this, and relations ever since. And now asked, Whom say ye that I am?"
were not residents of Florida but or in relation to, that, and one of the legislature has decided that no Peter (for all) said, "Thou art the !

newspaper devoted to the best who, since the school law was, passed the things he harped on was "nepo- near relative of a county' officialcan Christ, the Son of the living God." ;

interests of Hendry .county, Florida. have found it very convenient to put tism." hold a county job. Matt. 16:16. f ;: '

It's leading newspaper. on the robe of Florida citizenshipin Most of us didn't know what he To just what extent the law will 3. Easter Lesson. \.

order to keep the job they have was talkin' about at first. Some be enforced and what the effect will 1 Cornithians 15 is the great res- f

Subscription rate, per year........$2.00 had for the past years. When these thought it was a new religion and be remains to be seen. It will pro- urrection chapter of the Bible. Paul 1,

Outside of State of Florida--....$2.50 applications are presented will the others figured maybe it was a break- bably result in number of capableand : emphasizes the fact of Christ's res- f''
school boards hedge or will they fast food. But after listenin' to Jim efficient employes losing their : urrection, and enumerates a number "

come out flat-footedly and stand by just about everybody agreed that no jobs. On the other hand it will of appearances, including the one to t

Business Office, Clewiston News, the state law and employ citizens matter what it was, it was lousy and serve to weed out numerous ineffi- himself. Then he asserts the fact of

Clewiston, Florida. Editorial and of the state, or at least those who we didn't like it. cient, job holders and give employ- our coming resurrection. f

Advertising, same. have sufficient belief in Florida to Finally we found that when ,you ment to those more deserving. Next 4. Jesus Rebukes SelfSeeking.The .

attend Florida schools? took that two-dollar word and got time Uncle John runs for tax collector disciples had disputed as to 't'

"Oh, pardon me," must have been The state is overrun by teachers it changed into nickels and dimesit he probably won't have as many who should be greatest. Jesus gave, '

the theme song of the 1200-odd pris- from other states who have been didn't amount to anything more or cousins and nephews carryin' folksto them a lesson In humility. He also

oners requesting clemency from the coming to Florida, living out 'of the less than sendin' your relations to the polls or passin' out cards for rebuked an intolerant spirit toward ;

state pardon board. state treasury, taking their savingsto the state house instead of the poor him. I' others who are accomplishing good 'J tin

some other state, and then yelp house.In rt Christ's name. ,,
"1 When one hears the programs, he when the Legislature cuts them off other words the answer to "AmI And now up .Washington" Pres- 5. .Jesus Sets New Standard of 'it

must admit Al Smith was correct in the pay roll. Many of these were my brother's keeper?" was "Not if ident Roosevelt has taken off his Living. J'J'A '

his pronunciation. It is rADio, with requested to declare their Florida I can get the big bum on the state coat and is fixin' to see If he reallycan rich young ruler asked Jesus >Ii

too much emphasis on the ADs. citizenship last year and vote in the pay roll." Probably if the boys had do somethin' about, this' unem- what he must do to inherit eternal

Florida elections. Many refused. contented themselves with just takin' ployment problem. Jesus first quoted, the command-,

/The only .redeeming feature of They would not even take enough care of one or two of the wife's folks He has declared war on want and ments, and later told him to sell his Iii Iiilife.

the scheme to cheer up the joblessover interest in Florida school affairs to nobody would have thought much misery and is marshalling his forces goods, and give to the poor, and :

the radio is that the jobless vote for school officials. They were about it. for a mighty struggle. In the mean- come and follow him. The young

haven't radios. -Leesville (a.) Dem- content to, sit back and criticize or But when they started makin' a time a Nation waits and watches and man went away sorrowful. ;

ocrat. express opinions, but purposely retained family picnic and reunion out of it, hopes. 6. Jesus Faces the Cross. t t
their citizenship in foreign with everybody ridin' the gravy train Other Presidents have declared war For the third time Jesus told the (

Clewiston is fortunate in having states. from Uncle Ezra to Cousin Sarah's but their declarations were accomp- disciples about his coming death. rJ J

three young wide-awake parsons. The tax payers of Florida will watchto little boy Percy, a lot of good men anied by the blare of bugles, the roll When James and John asked for the '

One is from Ireland, one from New see if their officials search for who'd' been trampin' the streets for of drums, and the rythemtical trampof chief places, he told them that they

Jersey, and the other from Illinois; some loop hole to defeat the intentof I months lookin' for work got so they marching feet, all of which tendto were not for him to give. He pointed -

but they are .all headed for the same the Act and hire non-tax-paying just didn't. like It. crystalize public thought and act- to himself as a pattern of service -

place. teachers. Many will try to devise I So "nepotism" took its place In ion and unify support. ;

some hook or crook with which to our political vocabulary and got to Roosevelt's task is much more dif 7. Jesus Asserts His Kingship.' '

Sheriff Dan Hardie of Dade coun- I I get around the law, but they will be be almost as popular as "economy." ficult. The drive on the Hun was On Sunday of his last week Jesus

ty, is accused of trying to kill two guilty of breaking the law, which, The boys then in office who were spectacular. The drive on hungeris came to Jerusalem, riding upon an

men who bombed a dry cleaning morally, is worse than breaking the unfortunate enough to have taken grim. Our army must smash the ass. As he approached the city he Ik

plant. :Maybe the sheriff only plan- letter of the law.CLE'VISTOX'S. care of a few kin folks were in a line with axes, saws, hammers, and was acclaimed as king by an enthu- ; .

ned to give them a dose of their tough spot.A drill. We plant trees instead of siastic crowd. He accepted the acclamation .

own medicine.The CLERGYMEN lot of folks thought Jim Lee mines. The thrill and glamour of in spite of Pharaitic crit-

would forget all about nepotism military operations is not there to icism.

:Miami Herald says: "At the Probably no other city of Clewis- when he got to Tallahassee, but he arouse our fighting spirit, yet the 8. Jesus Answers His Adversaries.A .

time of the construction of the rail- ton's size can boast of ministers as fooled 'em. The day he stepped into enemy is more powerful and sinister certain scribe asked Jesus which

road from Okeechobee to Clewiston, ambitious and as energetic as the office everybody under his juris- than the armed forces of a dozen was the first commandment of all.

property owners objected to the line three pastors located here. diction that came under the evil nations. In reply he said the first was to love

following the lake shore through Pa- Clewiston is a young city, and it God with all his heart, and the second .' ,t

,: hokee, causing it to be built on the falls our lucky lot to have three COMING EVENTS CAST THEIR to love one's neighbor as him- I
young men here as ministers In our self.
muck behind the ridge. There must SHADOWS BEFORE 'uubap 'cjootIton I
have been some tall objections since churches. The three hail from different 9. Jesus and His Friends. I j

the F. E. C. does not reach any'farther parts of the globe-yet eachis With humble apologies to the tobacco While attending a feast in the t\

than Lake Harbor. leading to the same celestial place., which popularizedthe house of Simon the leper in Bethany, i j

One, Father Finnegan, is a native ol I company Mary annointed Jesus with costly ,;;
phrase "Coming events cast
Ireland; another, Rev. Furgess, Is ointment. In spite .of criticism by i!
ABOLISH THE CITY OF LaBELLE? their shadows before," we have selected "
a native of New Jersey, and the third SUNDAY, JUNE 25 Judas, Jesus commended her. j
it as an appropriate title for
---.- Rev. Mountford, is a native of Illi- Subject: Review: Jesus our Lord 10. Jesus Faces Betrayal and De- 1
this article.
The citizens of LaBelle are to vote nois. One is a Catholic, another a and Saviour. nial. :i
.. We cannot avoid noticing the
next Friday, June 30, on the propo- Presbyterian,' and the other a Ba'ptist. Golden Text: "All power is given While eating the Passover on 1'
huge shadows being cast on all sidesof
sal to abolish'their city government.It unto me in heaven and ,in earth, Go Thursday night Jesus declared that
the Florida political arena, and
is not for us to say what they Two beautiful churches have already ye therefore, and teach all nations, one of them would bertay him. He
even if the events are in the quite
shall do it's entirely up to them, been built here by the oldest distant future we are beginnig toI I baptizing them in the name of the solemnly warned the traitor. Then '- I) '

and although we probably will be established churches. The Catholic Father, and of the Son, and of the he instituted the sacrament of the '
the clear outlines
see of the "events. I
criticized for making any assertionin church is one of the prettiest to be Holy Ghost." Matt. 28:18, 19. Lord's Supper.
Take, for instance, the marginal defeat i\
this connection, we feel it our found in this part of the state, and i Lesson Text: Acts 13:23-33. 11. Jesus on the Cross. '
of Governor Sholtz' debt refund
:' duty to our LaBelle subscribers to the Community church likewise is Jesus spent the summer of his last Jesus was crucified between two \
... ing bill, which Speaker Peter Toma-
make a few comments on their city a beautiful little building. The Baptist year largely in retirement. There thieves. As he hung on the cross 1
sello ,
dramatically defeated by his
government, as we see it from a dis- congregation are already talkingof I was three reasons for this. The grow- his enemies mocked him and told 1
vote in the closing days of the past
'. tance. erecting a building in the near ing opposition of the religious- lead him to come down from the cross
session. Now that the session is at 1
Before you, citizens of LaBelle, future.It ers made retirement expedient. The and they would believe on him.
an end ,and the governor was calledto
jump to a conclusion and vote to would be a revelation to some physical and nervous strain to which About three o'clock in the afternoon t
Washington to confer with the
destroy your charter think the mat- moss-backed Christians to see the Jesus had been subjected made a sea- on Friday, he died.
president on matters of state im-
ter over thoroughly and see if it'will type of men leading the Clewiston son of rest desirable. Also he wish- 12. Jesus Rises From the Dead. ':
portance, Tomasello, an able speaker,
save you, as tax payers, any appre- congregations. All three of the ministers ed to have time to ,mediate upon his Early Sunday morning some women -
gathers to his side John Beachmanof
ciable sum of money. Your city of- are human men, with none of coming death, and to instruct his went to the tomb, but found it t
West Palm Beach, and Pat Whit-
ficers can slash down the expenses the sanctimoniousness or that great- disciples. empty. An angel told them that Jes- )
aker, of Tampa, and the three go
of. your government; cut out, as has er-than-thou expression. They know Survey of Quarter's lessons: sus was risen. They left the tomb
out to champion their actions in defeating -
been said of the schools, "the frills how to smile and be "regular fellows the measure.It 1. Jesus Ministering To Jews and hurriedly, and informed his apostles., I

and furbelows" and make an honest ;" they can and will, carry on Gentiles. Read the following Golden Texts
looks like the "coming event"is
attempt to retire the obligations sensible conversations on topics other Tomasello for governor Whitaker Jesus and his disciples retired in- (Continued on page 4) ,
against your property. If you vote than their. work here.It ;
for Senator, and Beachman seemsto .
to abolish your charter, you will still would pay you in enjoyment to
be grooming himself to do battle

have against the the same property obligations, although recorded it will three get. personally"sky-pilots"acquainted and talk with to themas the with his fellow townsman Mark Wilcox -, II... .."t"?..t..t..t..t..tKMM....r..tM.*................ ....................................._......................................................-...
for from the fourth
be assessed and collected under the man to man. Try It. congressman '
district; and unless we miss our .. \ i
name of Special Tax District of La- I .t. .t. \!
prediction, some Legislator will besetting tLI .
his stakes to battle our own .
If you think this surplus gasolinetax
money accruing to the county Can it be possible that Sir WilliamS. Congressman J. Hardin Peterson i t ;
before the shadow takes on complete i
from the Board of Administration Cawthon, who is the major domoof shape. CLEWISTON fiOLF

can be "held up as a bait" to the the school board manor, and his
Devotees of the, horse track will ..t.. ..
bondholders, you are mistaken. retinue of vassals, such as State .t.i
Bondholders are not so gullible nor School Inspectors R. M. Evans and recognize the tatics employed as

will they sit idly by and be teased Roy Hinson are humbling themselvesby owners set their mounts through the i COURSE. Ii
The horse showing the most LI!
with a small bait. notice the num- making a tour of their political paces. Iii
mettle will wear the silks of the ,
ber of suits bondholders have filed holdings, shaking hands and pattingthe \. j
most turfman.Yes .
when confronted by a subdivision backs of the minor lords in each prosperous
coming events do cast their :t: ., '. ;
which attempts to ;avod its obli- bailiwick in the hopes of buildingup
gations. The bondholders will not strong sentiment to force legisla- shadows before. Watch the politi- ,f, 4.
cally ambitious men and note their
swallow the line, even if the law tion down the throats of the next tactics. ,Z, IL.

should stand the test of constitution- session of state law makers in the

ality: which is extremely doubtful. event a special session 'is called? +
When the machinery is set up to Can it be that these knights of the "And now, ladies and gentlemen,

provide for the county officers act- School Cross are girding themselvesin I just want to tax your memories"said

ing also as officers of the created the armour of sympathy, callingon the orator. I
"Good heavens!" exclaimed a meek to the i
Special tax district, you will finda each district in Florida to buildup Open Pllhlli1J
looking man in the audience. "HasIt
good deal of expense will be incurred a lobby? _
to thatExchange.Noting
in setting up the books for From the trumpeting of their her- .

the Special Tax District. In other alds one would think they had taken .!. I
that the A. T. & T. claims .t.
words, you will have to go to the it upon themselves to go about Y ji
there 36,000,000 telephones in I
expense of setting up a new system, the state explaining the school laws, are Y
the world the Lake City Reporter :i: ::
when you already have one which is especially the ones dealing wth fi- : I
workable. nances. But from the bets that is just another wrong num=:: J aIt1
very reports of .t. .. ...
Take due notice of these things, those who heard "explanations" her ..:.. ....
and vote according to the dictatesof It would seem that these school offi- .t. J !

your honest opinion, basing .your cials either do not know much about ures, nor did they say how much .1" ti. J !

judgment on actual facts, and not on the new laws or that they are not might be reasonably expected'' by the *_. Moderate Green Fees :t": 1

a hurriedly formed opinion just to giving out much information. Some various counties from the oppropri- ..

"change the order of things." school officials who met in Fort ations made by the 1933 session. : Exceptional Fairways ::1:

Whether you vote out your cityor Myers Monday to listen to the wordsof The more one studies the "explan- I

not, is no concern of ours, we wisdom falling from the educat- ations" the more one is led to believe *_ Interesting Greens I *_

are only rendering our opinion, ional lips say the Tallahasseeansspoke the trip is nothing more thana x

(which several of your citizens have in glittering generalities. "Of back-handed lobby and the hope :r. I

asked for). after going through the the $7,500,000 appropriated in 1931 of building up a political machine! Ii

bill under which the election Is to not all was paid," they said, but We are waiting to see what the I........... .... ................... ... . . : ,1
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be held. they did not give any accurate fig- "nigger" in the wood pile is. I -. .-. : : : : :..............................................................;;; I.1

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Mrs. Kit Bowden and son, and the Community church to furnish the

Miriam Adkins, of Moore Haven, parsonage. The ,club has taken thisas
I Personal Mention I were in Clewiston on business Tues- its project this year. VACATIONS
"j day. Those present at the affair were:

Mrs. G. B. Thomas, Mrs. C. L. Downs, 1

Ray McIntosh spent Sunday in Orlando Miss Alma Crews, of Denaud, is Mrs. I. M. Pafford, Mrs J E Earl, { andHEALTH
( visiting friends.W. spending a few days in Clewiston I Mrs E. C. Mills, Mrs. 'H.Lawler.Mrs.
with her sister, Mrs. E. C. Mills, and I(G. A. Allen, Mrs. F. R. Maxwell, Mrs.

P. Stewart, of Bradenton spent family. 'R. Y. Patterson, Mrs. Roy Green,
Tuesday here on business.E. Mrs H'R.. Hall, Mrs J. E. Wynn, Mrs.
Miss Ruth Knight left Tuesday for I Carl Berner, Miss Louise, Renfroe,

R. Theriot, Jr. was a business I her home in Fort Myers after a visit Miss Marion Leydig, Mrs. C. W. Mc- By Dr. ERNEST H. LINES
visitor in Fort Myers Tuesday. of several weeks here with her sister Donald, Mrs. W. C. Worth, Mrs. E. Eminent Authority and ChUf Medical INrsstq
Mrs. C. E. Miner and NM York Uf*Iiuuranc*CowM7
family. L. Stewart, Mrs. J. E. Beardsley,

I 'I Bobby and Dick Patterson spent Mrs O. A. Ward, and the followingwere PLANNING YOUR VACATION, vacation of mild physical activity,
the week-end in Camp Ropaco, Alva, Miss ,Evelyn Hare returned to her tea guests, Mrs. D. Larner, Mrs. free from all strain. Golf, tennis,
at the Boy Scout camp. home here Sunday from a month's W. B. Furgess, Mrs. A. ,J. Ciani, and Vacations and holidays are magic swimming, baseball, hiking, and sim-
I \) visit with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Bigg. words that conjure up in our mindsall ilar physical pursuits in moderationare

Mrs. E. 'L. Stewart and Mrs. J. A. Mrs. C. N. Sneed, in Rock Hill, S. C. High score was won by Mrs Patt- the pleasures of travel and changeall suggested. Don't begin too vigorously -

McGehee and children spent Sundayat erson, Mrs. McDonald won low prize the excitements of new places and Exercise should leave a
Boynton. HALL IS HOSTESS AT and Mrs. Lamer, the cut prize. strange faces, and all the rest and feeling of pleasant fatigue, rather
BRIDGE PARTY YESTERDAYMrs. relaxation that come from temporary than exhaustion, which is dangerousto
release from the drudgery and cares health.Or .
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Redelsheimerand Shark Gets His Fish
son spent the week-end with H; ,R. Hall entertained a that are the lot of all of us in one if you do physical work the

friends in West Palm Beach.H. number of her friends yesterday afternoon way or. another. year round, then seek a holiday ot
T with a delightful afternoon While out alone in a sixteenfootboat But they should also be planned relaxation, and perhaps study and

J. B. Scharnberg returned to bridge at her home. fishing in the bay below DeFu- with an eye toward the fact that they read a bit to exercise the mental

Clewiston Monday from a two weeks At the conclusion of play individal niak Springs the other day, Deputy are intended to build us up for the processes. Some men enjoy the quiet

, vacation spent in New York.T. cakes and ice cream was servedto Sheriff Lee Turner, was given a big next year's work. Too often people solitude that comes from fishing.
the following guests: Mrs. E. L. fright when a big shark struck his work so hard having a good'time Travel for those who can afford it

W. Weeks of Moore Haven was Stewart, Mrs. C. W. McDonald, 'Mrs.' boat, says the DeFuniak Springs that they: come home all played out, provides an excellent means of ob- ,
in Clewiston on business Wednesday W. C. Worth, Mrs. Fred Hill, 1rs. Breeze. Mr. Turner thought that needing the rest they should have taining cultural and educational ad-
morning. J. W Ezelle, Mrs R. Y. Patterson, the shark was striking at him. The had on their vacation. vantages.Get .

Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mrs. Clyde Byrd, big fish ran up beside the boat, madea Even worse is the idea that we away from home if you can.

Miss Kathryn Deam and Roberta Mrs. M.:: E. Yenawine, Mrs. A. A. heave and splashed water all over must forget everything but fun and If you can't, remember that many

k George were visitors in West Palm Munroe, Mrs. F. R. Maxwell, Mrs. the fisherman. Thinking the big sea pleasure. Of course banishing busi- people can get more good from
R Beach Saturday afternoon.Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, Mrs. E. R. Fontaine, monster' was after him, Mr. Turner ness worries and spending your vacation spending their vacations at home
r I Irs Roy Green, Mrs. W. M. Redels- says he lay flat down in the boat in the proper mental attitudeare loafing than those who tire them-

F. A. Flanders and Airs J. F. heimer, Mrs. W. C. Hooker, Mrs. G. until he was blistered. In a few among the first essentials to get- selves out gofng away.

,i ; McLure, of Moore Haven, were visit- B. Thomas!:, Mrs. J. F. Tippey, Mrs. moments he raised up to see if the ting the most out of your holidays.But Whatever your vacation program
, : 41" ors here Wednesday. Grover A. Poole, Miss Marion Ley- shark had gone and found that it it is also wise to use a little fore- may be, don't make it too fatiguingor
; dig, Mrs. Leah Spicer, Mrs. G. B. had, also his fine string of fish that thought to prevent the accidents and strenous.: You should plan to

Mr. and Mrs. Hoomes Rich spent Rackstraw, Mrs. C. L. Downs, Mrs. had been tied to an oarlock on the illnesses that can so easily spoil a build up a reserve of mental and

: t a few days this week visiting friends J. E. Beardsley, Mrs. C. E. Miner, boat. Mr. Turner says the next time vacation and turn a good time intoa physical energy that may be called

t in 1Iiami.t : Mrs. F. Deane Duff, Mrs. O. F. Schif- he goes fishing he will take a com- tragedy. upon during the ensuing year. Keepin
fli, and Miss Ulla Jacobsen. Those panion.-Jacksonville TimesUnion.egTos Change and ModerationIn mind that change and moderationare

t Mrs. Cora Cothern, of Lakeland, invited as tea guests were Mrs. A. J. planning your vacation, remember the two essentials of a profitable
;. Ciani, Mrs. 1\(.W. Bigg and Mr. and that in many respects a changeis vacatio.
J is visiting her son, Van Cothern, and Would Be
:. : family this week. Mrs. W. B. Fuigess. as good as a rest." Don't spend This is the first of a series of 12
" your holiday like the'sailor who went articles on Vacations and Health.

,\; Mrs. A. A. Munroe spent today in IRS POOLE WAS HOSTESS AT Tallahassee, Fla., June 21Sixtyseven boating, or the mail-carrier who tooka The second, on Children in Summer
} Moore Haven visiting Mrs. W. F. BENEFIT BRIDGE THURSDAY candidates for admittance to long walk. If possible, do just the Months, will answer the questionsi!
Simpson. the state bar this week took exami- opposite from your usual round of 1. How should the child's vacation -
::7 Mrs. Grover A Poole was hostess nations conducted here by the Flor- activities.For be planned? 2. What precau-

:.' F Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Pafford, and last Thursday at the first of a seriesof dia board of law examiners. Six example, if your occupation is I tions should be taken by children in

6. daughter, Anne, left this week for ,a benefit bridge parties given by the women, one 81-year-old man and two a sedentary one demanding great cities? 3. What should be done before -
vacation trip to Vicksburg, Miss. members. the Ladies Aid Society of negroes were among the applicants. expenditure of mental energy, plan a I children go to summer camps?

Mrs. W. C. Prewitt returned Tuesday -
i from a visit of several weeks in s '_ 'IV .

Ft. Meade with her parents.

'f Mrs. Jewel Lowe returned to Clew- '

; iston Sunday from a week's visit } "' ; ;jh:\ I

I with relatives inVest Palm Beach. y"j. {. :
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-- ; VCZIVJttnd ", '.. .,' '''''. ,.. .'"
Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Wynn and dau- { ,,"" ,,", ; "
' ghter spent Sunday visiting James .. ; ;; 9 ; '

\ Wynn Mrs.at Foster Camp Ropaco Meredith, near, Mrs.Alva.Clyde

Byrd and Mrs J. F. Tippey were visitors .. "
r in West Palm Beach Friday. ,': ,> :;."" '., June 19, 1933 ; '

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Mr. ,and Mrs. Harry Vaughn and <.. "; '\. .
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Mrs. W. P. Vaughn, Sr. spent Sat- 4 ' ,...5 A COMPANY THIRTY YEARS OLD
urday visiting in West Palm Beach.
completed 30 years of automobile
Last Friday the Ford Motor Company
Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Poche, of

., West Palm Beach, formerly of this making. .
city, were visiting friends here Mon- fortieth year at the same job. I made my first engine
: It is my
a day. that won the Selden Patent
the engine
in 1893, and it still ,runs.

Mrs. Roy Alston and children are Suit---which took the motor car out of the exclusive class, and opened
spending this week in Moore Haven who started during
of manufacturers
with Mrs. Alston's mother, Mrs. J. the automobile industry to hundreds
S. Willingham. .
the last 30
r InTmen that June day in 1903, are' working
Miss Ulla Jacobsen returned to Some of who began with me

Clewiston Sunday from a two weeks we laid down then, are still operative*
All of the principles
k vacation spent with her father at here yet. future. T date they
value for the
Limona. we find that they have i great

and sold over 21,000,000 Ford cars.
have produced
Miss Abbie McCarter, of Ft. Myers automobile market we have never thought. it was
"; spent Sunday here as the guest of Although we created
.t: that before
-o1t Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Avant and fam- to monopolize it. We have always believed
I ... good for anyone
fly for all. Our
be good
business could be good for one, it must

Miss Marjorie Harvel of Boynton and improvements have always been open to other manufacturer without

who has been the house guest of

Miss Mary Bush for a week, left patent restrictions. must get it
Sunday for her home. or course, there is one thing we cannot share---everyone
could duplicate our
that experience. Money
Miss Eunice Meredith returned, to for himself---and And it is
of experience
{, Clewiston Sunday from a visit with and machines, but it cannot duplicate 40 years
her brother and Mrs. Zerney Meredith -
". that makes a motor car.
experience it has all been a preparation -
concern me;
not especially
But the past
C. E. Miner, E.- L. Stewart and C. For myself, I feel that I have just been gathering
J. Lovvorn attended a meeting of for real task is still ahead.
the school board in LaBelle Wednes tools 'to do something worth while and that my
day. world. False ideas of every kind are
are upon
Great changes
Those who built truly on principle
:!\II'. and Mrs. Fred Haggan and vanishing in the general upheaval.

baby left this week for a short visit service will carry over. Business integrity and commodity

i at Mr. Haggan's former home in survive---their and better ways of living will
And newer
Irvington Ky. honor will be fully justified.

Mrs. Paul Dcarn arrived Tuesday appear. old Company of ours.
from her home in West Palm Beach That is the outlook for this young thirty-year

for a short visit with her husband

here. 1Lr7 '

Air and Mrs. Zerney Meredith arrived -
4A Sunday for an extended visit ;

sot with relatives here. For the past S
few months they have resided in


Mr. and Mrs G. F. Terrell returned -
to their home here Sunday froma
two weeks vacation spent with
friends in White Springs. They were ,
accompanied by Miss Jessie Heath or
71 White! Springs, who will visit here
for a )few weeks. .
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CHURCH NOTICES-' Red Cross Suggests 'LJ ,'t

I. STATE NEWS IN REVIEW I I cv., Community Wl: B. FtirgchS)' Church, Pastor V acati :i::: %*> <'{

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\i_ -- Sunday Schoolat 9:45, Dr. J. W. : -.
WASHINGTON, June, 22 : 2?

.' Park To Open the two house arose when the sen- adults Ezelle, and Superintendent.for children.Classes for and sane vacations are urged-by ::=i: I:i_=:!i_:

ate voted amendments which would First Aid and Life Saving Service .

According to the Tort Myers Flor- have eliminated the offices of coun- Morning worship hour: There the American Red Cross, which ':.'.. !

idian, Caloosa Park in that city, is ty superintendent of public instruc- will be no morning services until fers the following suggestions: : :i ...

now ready for'opening. The park is tion and county surveyor from the Fall. Sunburn: Dangerous. Acquire ;X;;X::. "#'
8:00 Sermon : :
Evening worship: -
p. m. ;
just across the Caloosaliatchco river class of constitutional elective offi- -1

bridge on the left side of tho road. ces. When the house refused to topic, "Just as I am." gradually. Avoid mid-day rays. ii: '
uate the exposure a few : : C; ,
The park was first proposed several concur in the amendments, the joint ..
each day until skin is toughened
Church ::
months ago by; Richmond Dean, who committee recommended that the Baptist .:..+..
tanned. Until such time .
has been a prime factor in Its con senate recede, which was done. Rev. D. Moiintford:: Pastor. : : ':'._.
practice of wearing a shirt, .....
struction. About two months ago or other beach .:..:. b i
School at 10: a.m., Mr. i
Sunday ..
work was started under the manage 1300 Seek Clemency .:'
when in the water. ;
ment of E. L. Prior and H. 0. Kite. Tallahassee, June 20Confrontedwith B. E. Nail, Superintendent. Classes actually :::: :::: ,
I for adults and for children. mine lotion gives considerable ; ; _i :y
Boy Scouts and relief workers have approximately 1300 applicationsfor i Morning and may be safely applied to the ....
worship, at 11: a. m. Ser- : 1
been actively; engaged in putting out executive clemency the state par- I several times day. .:. ,i
a Especially
and shrubs and getting i don board its semi-annual mon by the. pastor.B. .i..i. J
trees, flowers opened
Y. P. U. at 7 a burn upon a burn. .- 1
in Eight palmetto today. Sunday evening : ,.:'..:. ,
everything shape. meeting ;;;; J
thatched shelters have been built Pardons, commutations of sentenceor p. m., Mrs. R. C. Nowling, president, SwimmingKnow your .:.'_. ')
leader. ming place. Explore .:. "
and seats have been provided for a paroles are asked by about one- the thoroughly .t
Service at 8 Ser- hidden rocks, holes and glass- ..._. :
Evening : p.m. -
large number of people. Two pal- half the prisoners in the state penitentiary -
mon by the pastor. not with your bare feet. Never .1.+? :
metto shacks have also been built, at Raiford. Eight or nine
Wednes- alone--swimming in two's is x.:::::
Mid-week meeting, ::
prayer .
one with a long table where people sentenced to die in the electric chair .:. ,
day night at 8: p.m. A special song fun and is far safer., Never .i..:.
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may eat their lunches and picnic seek communtations to life terms. .
service. less than six feet of water, and :
dinners.-Jacksonville Times-Union. :::;:
allowances for changes in ::::

Congress Session Ends Dado City Man Control Named Board To, Head Milk: : depths. Always wait at least :::_: fi.t. :::

unbap c jooiIciMt. hours the water.after eating before :: : ?;. If

Gracefully climbing down from Tallahassee, June 20-George O. I .
Drinking Water: Take,no .:r:1
the extreme and unreasonable atti- Weems, of Dade City, today was nam- If
in the least doubt as to
tude of opposition to President Roosevelt's ed by Governor Sholtz, director of
boil. In some states, health 'J
economies in Washington the the state milk control board createdby
ment signs posted at springs
United States Senate by a vote of an act of the recent legislature. ( Continued from page 2)

45 to 36 passed the Independent Of- Members of the board, .which will during the Quarter: other sources Indicate whether cala't't
water is fit or unfit for human itch-ARCADE itchARCADESafeSane
fices Appropriation Bill, on Friday work with the state department of "Other sheep I have, which are sumption. .

morning. A sharp fight had been agriculture regulating, distributionand not of this fold; them also I must
Food: Food poisoning is of wet
maintained on the bill since Satur- sale of milk and cream, have bring, and they shall hear my voice."
quent occurence in the warm baking
day. The House, ready to adjourn not as yet been appointed by the gov- John 10:16. due to the rapidity with which

immediately, concurred in the action. ernor. "Whosoever will come after men,
spoil. Prepare small amounts stocked f
The bill was passed and both houses let him deny ,himself, and take up
time. Chicken, fish and potatoes fishing
adjourned at 1:15 Friday morning. Another1 Boom his cross, and follow me." Mark
ends particularly likely to make, one and ;.
Thus the most extraordinaryas 8:34.
if not properly refrigerated.,
it was the most fruitful sessionof (Miami Herald) "Because I live, ye shall live al-
from possible contamination. Do wounds
Congress within living memory. On many sides these days one so." John 14:19.
eat excessively or when
Every major project launched by the hears the prediction that Florida is "Love worketh no ill to his neigh- :'
FIRE: Always bury or quench iodine
President has been enacted into law, on the very eve of another boom. ,bor; therefore love is the fulfillingof
embers before retiring or leaving apply
and the country will find when 'the Many factors are pointing tword the law." Romans 13:10. camp site.Poison.

government's fiscal year begins on that end. Money freed from stocks "And as ye would that men shoulddo
Ivy: Learn to -
July 1 that not only the fabric of and bonds is looking for more last- to you, do ye also to them like-
this plant, and then carefully < start-
public administration has been changed ing resting places. Florida has wise." Luke 6:31.
I it.-Ivy, oak and sumac poisoning and
but that an entirely new spirit made its name known to the farthest "Never man spake like this man."
caused by an irritating oil official
has been infused into the industrial I corners of the earth as the best John 7:46."And .
the leaves. Poisonng results
structure of the country; that with home site in this nation. Its laws it came to pass,' when the
ly from contact with smoke from for the
the relief measures enacted, the lot are now shaping themselves to the time was come that he should be received -..
burning leaves. The skin others
of the harassed farmer and the over- end that homes of ordinary dimensions up, he steadfastly set his .face washed immediately and -

burdened city home owner, mortgaged will be tax free. to go to Jerusalem." Luke 9 :51.
with warm water and soap. If
far beyond their capacity to pay, In 1924 and even in 1925 some I "Behold, thy king cometh unto :
ing occurs anyway, apply
will have been materially improved, of us could not see the boom going thee." Zechariah 9:9.
lotion, or a solution or ferric
and most significant of all, that the full blast under our very noses. We "Ye are my friends, if ye do what-
ride. Another good treatment is
great industries of the country have I awoke after it was ended, many with soever I command you." John 15:14.
I application of dressings wet Orange
been yoked with the government in I the ashes of their paper 'fortunes in "He is despised and rejected of I'
solution of Epsom salts, as its own
revival of business that should quickly I their mouth, metaphorically speak- men, a man of sorrow, and acquainted -
can be made with cold water; is a
end unemployment. Brooklyn I ing. We then and there swore with grief." Isiah 53:3. : r..
dresings wet. If'at all severe,
Times Union. mighty oaths that another boom "God commandeth his love toward I
sult a physician. it, but
would not be permitted, that the us, in that Christ died for us." Romans -,
Insects: Flowers of sulphur nselves
Resolution Missing next time we would rally by phalanxes 5:8.FORCES .
plied to the skin helps to put up (
to prevent a recurrence of specu-
chigger bites. Mosquitoes
Tallahassee, June 21-The resolu- lative orgies. STRIVING TO no nec- f
kept away for a couple of officials ,
tion proposing a' constitutional amendment Well, boys, form your phalanxes. BEAUTIFY STATE ARE '.
rubbing a few drops of oil of Flor-
to consolidate the officesof Brace yourselves, for here it comes. HIGHLY COMMENDED I
der over the exposed surfaces- the
county tax assessor and countytax Those who don't like real estate 1 !
this does not take the place of Miami
collector'passed by the legisla- booms in Florida had better get Gainesville, Fla.-The forces that I
The .
quate screening or netting. .
ture is mising from the records of down the old musket and take up a have been striving for a more beau I J.

the 1933 session here. I vigil night and day for the Paul Revere tiful Florida were highly commendedin

State officialsand legislative clerks I of better times has already rid- a recent address by Prof. H. Har- ..:..:...:...:..:..:..:...:..:...:...:..:...:...:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: : :": : : : : ; ; : ; ; ; ;' ; ; ;'
have been unable to find the resolution den by, sounding the alarm. old Hume, assistant director of research ,f.11.N....H'H,'H....N.N....N.N.N.N.N:N:N N N:.:N N:.:N:N.:..H:...N.N.N..1.......N.N.N.N.N.H.N.N.N.1 L

and say that even if it is foundif with the Florida Experiment .
cannot be legally signed and sub- The Tarpon Springs Leader calls Station, and widely known writer .:. .i.'i. ,-

mitted td voters at the general election attention to this "vicious circle." and authority on sub-tropical hor- xx

i next year. Dogs are afraid of men; ticulture. He was giving the last ina *1 :;: ::::

The measure, house joint resolu- Cats are afraid of dogs; series of 41 radio'talks especiallyto :

tion No. 328, was passed by both Mice are afraid of cats; garden club members which were fAy

; branches after having gone to a joint Women are afraid of mice; given by workers with the College of Y KNOW THE yy yy

committee. Differences of opinion of :Men are afraid of women. Agriculture and Experiment Station y yy

over the state station WRUF and

i three other radio stations. ** / '
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... 03 I .... "Beauty In our landscape, the removal .:...:.. ..:..:. '':

of the unsightly, the makingof : MEN :":' i..

good gardens, the development of :;::;: ,,'" :::: ;;

beauty spots, the conservation of na f.:. : t
ture's great plant contributions to y y. .. '

II Clewis ton our state-these values can scarcelybe x yy X U'
DairyCompany over-estimated either in their esthetic :'.:. If you don't know the men personally, at least .:..:.

aspects or in their, financial .i..i. know them by reputation and know that they 'i.'i.. :1:
: ::: actually are behind and taking interest in the :,t:
Mr. Hume said. "These )
;.i'$ corporation in which you invest .
things have real value regardless of Xx; your money. .i";

our attitude to them and the ..x XX
soonerwe When yo'u are ,approached to buy automobile +.:.
t awake to a full realization of this y.; stock, don't buy this stock on the statement that Y':.

fact the better for the state. The :ix::: the same amount of money invested in the original :ti:::

great garden movement, the effortsof ;+'+_ Ford company would have earned you so many .:.+:

III garden clubs, the interest of wo- :::;:; millions of dollars, but find out what is behind the ...:.

men's clubs, the work done by high- ._:t: company offering you this stock and who are the ::::::

I way beautification organizations and x+; directors and how do these directors stand in the .i'.;.

We are in business for two reasons:- the efforts of everyone interested inFlorida's :.=;:"Y::. citizenship of the community. :::x ,

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1.-To serve the community of which we are a part natural beatuy must be sup- :"i. .:.... i iI t
ported and advanced. In this work ::;
I 2.-To' show a profit so ,wo can continue to serve. :i:+ )
the Experiment Station and Collegeof ** Can Help You To '
I The reasons for our"" Agriculture have had a part, in :!: :
are many, it is
I purpose to accomplish two things- ,- the distribution of practical know- :;::;: Own Your Own Home ::::

I ledge and experimental results; and .'..
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First, to show the value of milk as a food; to prove will continue to have a part," he .ri' M .
said. : .i.. .:..t. ...
I, to you conclusively that you should use milk; to ::': Our officers and directors are well known :
z citizens.Administration .
In the series 19 workers + -.i;
with the
sell ..::
the idea
II you on that you need fresh whole milk ; :
I Experiment Station and College of ::::::

II Second,to show further that milk produced and delivered Agriculture discussed soils, annuals, xt +A

.I by Clewiston Dairy Company is superior and bulbs, fertilizers, lawns, transplanting .,

I j safer than milk from any other source: of supply propagation, trees, native plants, t Clewiston Home j I :

I azaleas, vines, palms; insects, diseases -
available to the people of Clewiston and
i nearby roses, pruning, foundation

I II I communities. roadsides planting,, hedges and other, water garden gardening topics., I I Building Association 3V;

II Following the broadcasts, about 10- ;

I u 000 copies of these talks were sent .:'.:.
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out in answer to requests .. ...' l'
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i Well, It Sounded Like That I: : '
; MILK for HEALTH! :i:'; Xt:: f
Father-"No, Johnny, I don't know .:.::: ,Florida
the Latin word for 'people.' i'ff

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Johnny-"Populi. '.:..:.

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