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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: March 22, 1929
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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VOLUME 3-NO. 13 CLEWISTON FLORIDA ,FRIDAY MARCH 22, 1929 # PRICE 6 CENTS

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V' IE'I W" S ClEWISTON MAN EXTENSIVE EXPERIMENTAL WORK Clewiston GetsSummer Shower' I EQUIPMENT FOR


LAUNCHED I IN STATION T 0 B E
RESULT Clewiston
ONT I rOlES AS experienced the heaviest Mill ADDITION

I rain of this year last Tuesday
MAINTAINED BY SUGAR COMPANY .
afternoon when more than half an

NEW.sI OF HEART ATTACK 1 I I inch of rain fell in a few hours.It TO .BE ORUERED

was a typical summer rain and
Further possibilities, of the north-raising on a substantially profitablebasis -
BY TOM SMITH ern Everglades as the richest section in South Florida and bring this' brought comment from several' 'Vis-I
L. L. Ramsey Passes '' itors from the north who had Bishop>< and Ames Leave
of 'Florida were seen this week in section of the state to the front as

An Interesting indication of the Away At Alva Home the announcement of plnas of the a citrus center. Coupled with the sug first glimpse of a real Florida To Meet Sugar BaronIn

I # methodical manner in which the Sou- After Few Hours Ill- Southern Sugar company: for experimental are cane activities over the 50 mile shower.The chart New York To Place
at the
local weather
thern Sugar com- work which is to determine, area through the northern Ever-

Cane pany is going forward ness. \ the crops best adapted to the sand glades, success in the experimental station showed that .55 inches fell Big Order.With .

s with the plan\I lands of the sugar company In theterritory work ,will make the northern ''Ever- Tuesday bringing the rainfall for
Planting- \ Lownes L. Ramsey, 65 old
year the week to .61 inches.
of B. G. Dahlberg west of ''here, ,and which it glades the most prosperous section preliminary' work already
at Clewiston, died last
northern Evergladesinto J postmaster is expected will result in hundredsof in the entire south attracting the at .started on the. enlarging of the pres-
to transform the Monday morning at 5:30: from an attack I
addition income tention ent 1,500 ton ar day mill of the Southern -
bowl for America thousands of dollars : of the entire nation.
a new sugar after but few
of heart disease a
is seen in the announcement this at the from agricultural development. On the land which is north and MODERN PACKINGHOUSE Sugar company at Clewiston to
hours illness. His successor
a 1,000 ton a day mill, P. G Bishop,
south of the
section.
of of this new Sugarland' highway
W. C. Hanson, manager
week by has not 1
Clewiston post office yet
division concerning Charles A.' Jackson, agronomistwho about nine miles west of Clewiston I STARTED operating vice president and WilliamG.
the Clewiston and Mrs. Fred Moltz is I
been named Ames
system for planting seed cane. The acting postmaster until Mr.. Ramsey'ssuccessor .I is in ,charge, of the work outlined will be planted four varieties of oranges I consulting engineer for the

the comprehensive plan which two early and'two late. varIe- sugar company left Tuesday night
was carefully studied and now .
system is appointed.In I BY W. C. HOOKER for New York, whore they will meet
.:a. being put into effect will mean the may make this section the, tung oil ties. The early varieties will be Par-
r health Mr. Ram-
"of several thousands of dollars apparently good : center of the state, open the vast Everglades son Brown and Pineapple while the : B. G. Dahlberg president of theSouthern '
1J. saving left after working hours Saturday I
sey \sate Sugar company and complete -
of center- prairieland as ideal dairy varieties :will be late Valencias
: in the sugar work. Instead night for his home in Alva to speendthe Spacious
Apartments
ing the seed cane plots, in one area, I and beef cattle country, put sheep Please, turn to page 6 to arrangements for the purchaseof
week end with his wife.
t I' Be Included In the machinery necessary for the
they are situated in different sections First word of Mr. Ramsey's illness extension'worl .

around the lake which means "'was learned by C. V. Parkinson of LIQUOR CASES iio DIFFICULTY BuildingPlans The 4,000 ton a day 'mill is to be
that further pldnting costs will be -
the Clewiston Supply company who ready for the grinding season which

substantially reduced by; the elimination was visiting in Alva Sunday and to have been completed and opens in December, and first ship-

of long hauls of seed cane. The whom Mr. Ramsey sent word that he ON DOCKET IN SEEN IN RIGHT work started on what is believed will ments of the new equipment will be

plan is more interesting: when one wanted to see Mr. Parkinson. Arriv- be the most modern packing housein
received in Clewiston soon after the'orders
considers the extent to which the ing, at the Ramsey home, Mr. Parkinson COUNTY COURT OF WAY DETAIL the Everglades, it was announcedthis are placed by Mr. Dahlberg

Southern Sugar company; is operatingits talked for some time with the week by W. C. Bill Hooker who this week.

sugar business in the northern, postmaster who explained that he ---J awarded the contract for the build- Announcement of the definite plans

I Everglades. An economy which on )I was not feeling well but that he Verdict of Guilty Is Returned County Attorney ActiveIn ing to G. W. Gordon, local architectand for the construction of the 2,500 ton

the face of it may seem negligible, would be back on the, job in ClewIs- Against Wal- Paving Way For 'builder. The new building will be mill addition this year was received
'" becomes, when the project is multi- I ton Monday afternoon. on the Sugarland highway between
with enthusiasm not only In Clewis-
plied, a saving of considerable im- Early Monday, morning Mr. Park ter Gilbert f New Road Work: the railroad tracks and the Industrial ton but throughout the state and in
These economies which are ,
portance. canal.
inson received a phone call that the many sections of the north.

made without sacrifice of efficiency aged postmaster had passed away 'at" ;;'LABELLE, March 21.-The spring (Clewiston News Special) Constructed of frame and stucco The viewpoint taken in other citiesof

'",are typical of the Southern Sugar 530: o'clock'Monday morning. '" t'erm of the county judge's court convened LABELLE, Mar. 21.-Details in the building will be a two story struc- the state is that B. G. Dahlberg

company throughout its operations. at the sourthouse Monday connection with securing the rightof ture with the
Mr. Ramsey was born in Mayo, Fla., packing house on the of the state is that B. G. Dahlberghas

I Please turn to page 5 morning. It was found that severalof way for state road No. 25 will be ground floor and a well planned I taken another forward step in ,

: H. A. Rider acounty attorney for the jurors could not qualify and rapidly cleared up ,it was announcedthis roomy apartment above. his great sugar industry which will

Hendry county is to be commended several were absent. Among those week by County Attorney' H. ,A. The apartment will consist of 'six Please turn to page 6 r,,'

" for his untiring ef- CANE PLANTING not being able to qualify were J. G. Rider on his return from Lee county bedrooms, three baths, servants quarters -

Rider forts/ to pave the .Attanasio who is now living in Glades where with Tom Hull, circuit clerk, and wide porches, and it is be- /

Active= way for immediate- SYSTEM EFFECTS county. There were two or three who : he visited several Lee county resi- lieved probable that Mr. Hooker and HEADS OF PLANT'BOARD i

ate action by had been members of the recent .way. Details of securIng the neces- his family will occupy the second

state highway: department in award- grand jury and thus were excused.A dents owning land along the right of floor.

ing the contract for the constructionof .LARGEECONOMYSubstantial new venire of 12 men was then sary right of way will be arranged: I In addition to having the packinghouse IMPRESSED :

the Sugarland highway from La drawn from the jury box and the rest in the near future and it is expectedthat building solidly constructed,

Belle to the Lee county line. Advisedby of the day |was spent i in summoningthese the;contract for construction of I I I the equipment within the building ON LOCAL VISIT .:

members of the state road depart- Saving' Is jurors r Only one unimportantcase this end of the Sugarland highwaywill will include ,the. most modern machinery -

ment that the first essential step was Seen In Systematic was tried Monday. be ,awarded by the state high- for handling and packing veg- -

to secure the necessary right of way. Tuesday morning first on the doc- way department within the next few etables.Mr. Officials Inspect SugarCane
r Planting Plan
....... Mr. Rider has followed the sugges- I kets was the case of the State of weeks. Hooker who is a,. pioneer in .'."
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tion with commendable enterprise, Florida against Walter Gilbert on a this section has farmed here for several -
A systematic plan of sugar cane '
i this week making a trip to Lee county charge of selling intoxicating liquor At the Clewiston end of the county years and has operated a packing Tour Of Glades :.
planting which will result in a sub- I .''
' to talk with those who own property to Byrd Fraser. When called on the work on the construction of the Sug i house for a number of years. Last ;",1 1
stantial saving to the Southern Sug- .
:' along the desired right of way. I witness stand Mry Fraser admitted I arland highway from South Bay to year he had a frame and sheet metal Visibly impressed with the activities -
are company in following out their '
Without calling long winded mass I where he bought it but when cross Clewiston is progressing rapidly and packing house between the railroad and progress in ground preparation ,:
cane planting expansion program
meetings and spouting oratory to a was questioned said that he did not know the dredge throwing rock on the tracks and the industrial canal near; and cane planting on the prop- .;
outlined this week by W. C. Hanson,
group of friends Mr. Rider has quietly manager of the Clewiston division of, I whether it was intoxicating liquor as grade is now less than half a mile the present freight depot, but his erties of the Southern Sugar company .:I

gone about the business of ,better- the sugar company. he could not tell. So after speeches from the Hendry county line, find ,it building now under,construction will members of the State \ Plant :

}ng Hendry: county by doing everything by the counsel for the state, L. 0'1 I is expected that this rock work will Please turn to 6 Board of Control arrived in Clewis- '
With the completed program call page
', ? in his power to secure the necessary Gravely counsel for the defendant 'be finished early next week. I I ton Sunday when they made'a tour ..
ing for three giant mills in the Everglades I] .1
right of way. The west end of made his speech. Judge Ross gave There are two other stretches of of the properties here and held an ':;
with a daily grinding, capacityof ;
the, county would do well to have the instructions to the jury and they the road where the rock is yet to informal conference in the dining ;::
c) 30,000 tons of cane the problemof f j
, .y more men of his type.. planting the additional acreagewas retired to the jury room returning be dredged and put on the road one OLD FILES SHOWS room of the Clewiston Inn with E. ,;>?

Please turn to page 6 Please turn to page 5 C. Cole, assistant to President B. G. ',:.,
worked out through a system I
Following up the work of the Flor- which will effect substantial 'econo- I, So GRANT LETTER I Dahlberg and P. G. Bishop, operating :

ida ,Flood Control association in gathering I I vice president of the Southern Sugar <
, mies and promote even greater effi- Glowing Tribute
i : statistical In- WILLIAMSON ADDS .. company. {:'

I'. Flood formation to en- ciency. I Paid To Memory Of. Leaving the, hotel Pennsylvania" '.:
Instead of planting a great concen- General Foresaw Need "
, t CGKtrol- courage ,the feder- TO William JohnstonA : early Sunday morning the party of :',
. trated area of seed cane which would .DATA ON FLOOD I
." B al government insolvinwthe Of Sugar Mills In 15 drove into the Glades, their first '1
necessitate long and expansive hauls
6f problem of flood control glowing tribute to the memoryof FloridaThe official stop being at the Shawano .',;
when new: acreage is set out, the plan I
in aLKe Okeechobee, F. L. Williamson the late William Johnston vice plantation of the Brown company of '_
J *, worked out by Mr. Hanson and now Points To Waters From .
C president, of the association this Berlin, N. H. This company, the members -
being followed calls president of the Celotex, and South. thing needed in Florida is the ;
for the plantingof
Kissimmee I
I A f week brought out the fact that as a seed cane in' various arear around Section ,ern Sugar companies who died aftera establishment of sugar mills in Flor- of the board learned has a 70- :'

+ result of drainage work in the Kis- I 000 acre tract and maintains a larger -
the lake. Flowing SouthwardFlood .brief illness a few weeks ago was ida where is afforded the best open- .','

simee section, approved by the fed- Through this system when the seed paid by Ov O. McIntyre famous col- ing In the world for young men of staff of research workers on its

. eral government, the flood hazard in cane is ready for cutting and replant- control in Lake Okeechobeeis umnist In his "New York Day By small means and great industry. agricultural problems than the stateof .

Okeechobee is increased. The logical ing in connection with the company's essentially a problem for the fed Day' feature last Sunday. This excerpt is taken from a letter Florida provides for research on

assumption then is it the government comprehensive I expansion eral government F. L. Williamson, The: tribute which was printed in written by General U. S. Grant in agricultural problems of the entire '.;

created or helped to create the probe there will be no long hauls.',program hut the. president of the Florida Flood Con papers in all parts of the country' 1SS5 and published in the Philadel- ,Everglades. f

_jm, it is that same government's matured cane will be cut,;<.:and' planted trol association said this week, emphasizing read as follows: phia Ledger.. The General's description Returning to the Sugarland high- :i
.xUty to arrive at a solution. The well his way the party stopped at the Everglades -
in adjoining land, while for an- statement by pointingto "The passing of William Johnstonof of Florida which was brought to ;

- taken point clearly sets forth that it other field to be planted there will the lakes in the Kissimmee sec- Chicago removed. one of New the attention of the Clewiston News experiment station which has .._,i
is .not a question of, ,whether Floridacan tion 160 acres of lands with buildings and 1t 1
be another area of seed cane. water from which empties into York's best known and best beloved this week: is interesting reading:
afford the work, nor are the equipment exclusive of the land valued -
I people Summarized the system means thatin Lake Okeechobee.The newspapermen. For years he was an "I am very much pleased with Flor- ..jj

.of Florida asking for charity from -each area to be planted will be federal government accordingto "idea man"* on the World and ,in this ida," wrote General Grant. "It has* at. more than $30,000. Mr. and .'

; the:federal government, but that they the official of the Flood Mrs. George E. Tedder in charge of:1
the matured seed cane ready for cut- Control capacity furnished news suggestionsthat a great future before it. A peninsula :
are strictly within their rights in asking association 'i The station entertained the plant ",
approved of made Aside
drainage out continentlike
ting and replanting. activities journalistic history. extending from! a great .'

I the federal government to take The: economy of the system is_ ob- in that area which connected' from his editorial duties and with, ours, affording unlimited demandfor board members at luncheon. .. "'.

speedy steps toward the soluton of vious and has brought favorable comment the, laker and emptied water from! physical handicaps which would have all the various tropical productions -I Arriving at Clewiston the visitors .'"i
the flood control problem. them into I i Inspected the sugar mill and the cane >
from several prominent Lake Okeechobee. Lakesin discouraged the stoutest heart he it can supply, there Is scarcelya
I,, I sugar the territory in question Kis- limit its plantings of the Southern Sugar company "./
to
ii I authorities. On the gigantic scale on are managed write many popular nov- to resources."It \ '
I Those in whose mind there was Please turn to 6 simee, Tohopekaliga, Ilatchineka and els and was a steady contributor to is capable of supplying all the and were high In their praise ,.
page
ever the shadow of a doubt as to the Lake Pierce. of the work beiiig done here. They j
book oth-
magazines. His most famous oranges, lemons, pineapples, and

future' of the north- FELDA WATERMELONSTO The importance of the work being was "Limpy", a chapter out of his I er semi-tropical fruits used in the left Monday morning to return to .::fl

Experimental! e r n Everglades BE SHIPPED SOON accomplished by the Florida Flood own life. He was O. Henry's first United States; $$1000,000,000 of sugar West Palm Beach after which they jj
, Work- would do well make tour of Dado county. c
I"I to Y 1 Control association was further explained editor and his letters from that writer now Imported, material for rope, bagging were to a I T '41

I follow closely the \ I ,_by William Griffis, : Intimate reveal- 1 etc. It has Thoso in the party were P. K. >.
I'' (Clewiston News Special) secretary are the most air, coursematting, an
work which is even now under way of the Yonge ,of Pensacola, chairman, 1VI B. J
FELDA, Mar. 21.-L. B. McEwenhas association who in a recent'' Please turn to'page 6 area greater than New York, Massachusetts -
att the experimental station of the I 1 i Davis of West Palm Beach, J. T.
letter to The News said in Dia,1,1
150 acres of watermelons to be part: I and Connecticut combined;
Southern Sugar company. Typical of I I mond, of Tallahassee, secretary, J., J. i
shipped by April 20, it was'learned "There Is at the present time In CORRECTIONAs with deposits of fertilizer under it "'i
the manner in, which B. G. Dahlberghas Tigert, president, University of Flor- ,:.
this week and those. who have seen Washington a feeling of harmony between a result of a story in the Clew- and above it sufficient for many gen- '
acted In the Everglades since' he 6
Please turn to
the field say that the melons are the the Republicans' and Demo-i, iston News last week on Atlantic erations. It only wants people and page
first came here at the suggestion of
finest looking that have evern been crats to make the whole appropriation -! Coast Line railroad activities at Mi- enterprise both of which it is rapidly ,

internationally; known experts, the shipped from this section. but they do demand statisticsand i ami Locks, several farmers in that obtaining. Florida today affords the P-T. A. MOVIE SUCCESS:'" :::?

Ifiu hern Sugar company has block- Felda, a comparatively newly developed information by which they can I section received the Impression that best opening in the world for young Success again crowned the efforts ,:
V l off an area on the sandy lands of .'
portion of Ilcndry county boastsof Justify their vote. This association, the Coast Line was handling express men of small means and great Indus of the Parent-Teachers association

y nine ,miles west of Clewiston, and fine soil and the industry of the Is attempting to provide that information shipments of vegetables. Only carload try. The next thing wanted here is Clewiston in the benefit movie "Li-

there over a
\will experiment with various crops Felda's being first to ship> watermelons rather expensive. sent to Miami Locks only on order sugar mills over the country to pur-I Glatex theatre Wednesday and Thursday

and grasses to determine that whichis from the state each year. "We understand, that a sub-com from the shipper: and express ship chase all the cane that small farms! night this week for the benefitof

,best adapted to the particular soil mittee of the flood control, and rivers ments cannot be handled from that raise and send to them. I shall probably the school library. Proceeds from

...and climate. What will come of It tung oil trees will thrive in that typeof I and harbors and senate commerce point at present. The News regrets have more to say on this ,sub- the ticket sale are to be used5"to pur-

remains ,to be seen as that is the sand soil, and it is quite probable committee contemplate coming to that Miami Locks farmers receivedan ject when I get home. chase books for the library to have

main reason for the experimental star that 'a great dairy and beef in-I I Florida school placed on the
cattle the latter part of this month erroneous impression from the Very truly yours, the Clewiston
tion, but it Is fairly well known that j
dustry can be worked out. Please turn to page 6 I news story. U. S. GRANT."4 state accredited UsWhere .



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Successor to The ClewIs ton Progress way of conducting the function. President Hoover, on the occasion of this

officeat first official Interview recalled that "the relations between the president and CLEWISTON SANITARY DAIRY
Entered as second-class matter February 8, 1928, at the post
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Clewiston Fla., under the Act of March 3. '1879. the press ,have been a matter of developmnt. ovr a number ,of administrations, l


LOUIS MORGAN .........:................................................... Publisher going through one experimental t stage i to another,''. .and expressed a desiro Milk is the only single food that contains ..
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"to clear up so far as Sve can the twilight zone between, authoritative and
all the
ractically principal elements of well
TOM SMITH ............,.r.rrr..r..r..........................;......'........:. Editor
material hand and such material I
quotable on one as am able to give from
balacned diet. It makes bone, muscle, blood

Subscription Rates time to time for purely background purposes on the other." "I,want you and .
") I .K promotes growth.
to feel free he said to those "to make such
present, suggestions as will help
of Florida By mail in Florida
mail outside .
By .... Milk is the cheapest and best food.
single
One year, $2.50 One year $2.00 me but In that dli'ectlon.-Timcs-Union.

SiX months 1.50 Six months I 1.00 Pure bred Guernsey cattle, tuberculin test"

Three months 1.25 Three months .75 I
A GOOD TIME BY .ALL ed.
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NEWS' PLATFORM
Mrs. Fay Martin was hostess at, a tea given In honor of. Mrs. Robert r
1. Definite control of Lake; Okeechobee wIth'water transportation

2. Early completion of the highways for local transportation and Beese and Mrs. Frank Graham recently. As these ladles will soon be moving CLEWISTON DAIRY COMPANY

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concentration of .products. away it was a, very enjoyable affair.-Prophetstown Echo. .

substantial downward revision rates vegetables and
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If music be the food of love, then that of the ukele wouldn't move a free ------------------------_.._------_._--_.._---------------- .
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4. The fwd functioning of a cooperative marketing association for :1 '. ------ -----

both buying and selling purposes/ lunch for a humming bird.-P.: H. A. in Times-Union. I I
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FRIDAY, MARCH 22, 1929 Seagrave quits racing and will enter cement business.. -: Headline. That'sa 1 1 + ",1 ;1

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more concrete road to success. I
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THE EVERGLADES" 1 1 1 YOUR APPEARANCE ,,, i.

P. G. Bishop, operating vice president and William G. Ames; consulting Lawyers defending a dog which bit an enforcement officer declared the ,
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engineer for the Southern Sugar company left Tuesday night for New York animal was only putting teeth in the law I !
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.where they will join Mr; Dahlberg .and meet representatives of mill machinery 1 1

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firms to purchase equipment for the 2,500 ton' addition to the Clew- If' f'.
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iston mill. Thus the expansion of the Southern Sugar company's activitiesin .;i..''. ," 'W
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the northern Everglades continues, insuring a new source of supply for 1 ;1 1'a.' ',: 1
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sugar, the third most important food commodity and causing, new life to flow .< 'M". Announcing the opening of r )atronize

through six communities in the Everglades. :: .: .):.' 'L 1 1 1

; I History is being made, before our very eyes 'in the 'Everglades and those ';} DENTAL OFFICES ,. <.; 1 1 Your Home.5 1 1
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Had anyone been told before the days of the Florida boom that prices .:'; '-I'" I In The Hopkins Block Of : t' 1, y.. 1

were to skyrocket in 1925, enormous profits would have been possible. HereIn Laundry
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the northern Everglades we have industrial activities '''whIch presage an : ,<. .. ', .j ,
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era of prosperity outshining the brightest days In .Florida:: history. ..' :, '. I t,
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One does not need to look through rose-colored glasses to. see the future. '.. ,,
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Outline the causes one '! ';''; < : .
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inevitable results., 1
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Here we have an area,' the productivity of which is unquestioned. Add 1' 1 1


to this, the fact that the Southern Sugar company with virtually unlimited 1 :.'J.... ",' '.t.'J; : \ 1'" .....;.':. : /t ,\ ,. /." :__. '(".';; ',,:--'.: I 1
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both in authorities and finances is going forward with a gigantic '. -' !I .. "I''. ,
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cane. planting and grinding program. Consider that in the area covered ; ,;,: ; ; ; ..:':': .; : :;:; E' : "'y.\. .: Tt:: ? : :( ,

by the sugar company operations there will be between 15,000 and 20- l 1 f ,

000 people employed within the next few years which means a populationof 80 ACRE FARM' 1 1
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from 50,000 to 80,000 people with steady weekly payrolls. Review these .
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facts in your mind and you have a definite picture of the Everglades of to- $110.00 PER ACRE -

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raw sugar: which have already rolled' to ahe refineries this year are proof ';,.: GENERAL

conclusive of his keen foresight. I 1S

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more soundly promising area than the 50 mile strip of land around the
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Canal Point, and back of the whole is the vision and perserverance of one >.:; "

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capital, and particularly with reference to official acts in every depart- ."., -t'.: .' J Jt )
It is not necessary to .s p end you'r Sundays in a < ;. :':. :': ,::: ,

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hot kitchen when have chicken din : \
office in the federal service.[ These newspaper correspondents must depend :you can a Save -
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money by consulting us.

for their information, mainly, ;:

course, is the most important.For II Our reputation is our recommendation

a number of rears past there has. been in vogue the practice of accredited :. .

Washington. representatives of the press assembling in the White ; .. .:.: .\{;;:' '' :I >, .1 -; : .... .'; :.': ; ...

House, in a body, once or twice ; t
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Mrs. Dick C. Miller entertained the and daughter Margie, Anthony Loh W. E. Brooks of Lakeland is nisi >: : 1 '

Clewiston Social club at tho Watanabe ner and Edison C., Speer. ing his brother S. T. Brooks. Mi] a.
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/ enjoyed; and a salad course In refresh Fred Mellor and C. R. King of Fort found Clewlston an ideal spot for hi S r t 1

ments was served. Among those pros Myers spent a day in Clewiston. on favorite sport. '

ent were Mesdames Dave Alston business. .

Franc Howard, M. W. Bigg, Jesse All Mr. and Mrs. H. Emerson Evan: I

hands, Jesse Tlppey, G. Lawton Sims, Mrs. G. W. Gordon accompanied by spent a few days in Miami, this week v.iAU a
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T. V. Watson, Claude Downs,; W. C. Mrs Anna D. Hewitt spent two weeksin .. '>'V

y O\yen, J. E. Beardsley William GAmes St. Petersburg, after whIch Mrs E; M. Lipscomb of Fort Myers wa: : :

and W. K. Downs.' Hewitt J left for her home In Indianapolis .I" Clewlston 'business visitor TuesdayA. 1 ITt
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to Clewiston. R. Murray. of the Moore Have a t I
{ Captain and Mrs. F. Deane Duff. -- Sales company spent Wednesday' ir
. sent the week end ,in. West Palm Clewiston business.
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Beach. Mr. and Mrs P., ,A. Poche returnedlast

Friday from? New Orleans where a

\ they spent the past few weeks ,on a / .-. --, > / ;
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L Mrs. Elbert L. Stewart has returned vacation; Mr. Poche is superintendentof x '.'I: -fS '

r from Macon, Ga., where she spent the Clewiston mill of the Southern aWMs

I the past few weeks. Returning with Sugar company. .. .;. ; "--tv4.-
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1 by her son Hershel spent ; is making Clewiston his temporary .. : >; : < .:. : on'the
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the week end in Clewiston with her headquarters while attendingto 0 ,rC eIlJVtw .. -S. .. ... k : ": '
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anabc hotel in Florida. Those companies .- : !S+,: ': >.r., :' ': ::.'.:', ;:.\\ ,:.:- :, The Inn, reflecting. the popularity 1
who
't tE know Mr.Cole's Cheatham, Mass, Mar. 20.-"Daffy" ; ,/ :'! t., .--I' ;'.,? .:." ,: ',:.,p"-/; \f It; ..: : < .* If
/ -- penchant for hard work will Dill, local numskull, has written the : '.'.'\\t": \ ;;.,:: :: .. ::... ..::..i.\.;;\.. :i:> .'..-.'.; of this attractive stopping pl ace
E ( Mr. and .Mrs. Carl Berner were in not be surprised to know that he has

i I Canal. Point on business. Tuesday.' again been burning the midnight oil, treasury: department that he 'wasn't
, sending any income tax as he fig- -
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A sale conducted by the at and two ured he could get along all right another vA r' ,.. .. -
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Ladies, Aid society, in the store back' to be on the job at eight the next year without buying' any gov sr. '? w $? ; $- >-' 'j. : > -/ \\.y--v-' '
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ed by Mrs. T. V. Watson and Mrs. Mr. and 'Mrs. G. W. Gordon .:accompanied New York, Mch. 20.Scotty Mc:

A. Backus by Mr. and Mrs. A. Backus Dougall arrived here this morning .., .. .. :. o' ,', ,' t ...ME KYNETf Manager ... .'' ''-

Mrs. William -G. Ames left for, New Beach motored last around Sunday.'the lake. to : Palm his;after home having in run Delphos all the, Ohio way, upon from ': { : : ??'< a .' : :;.-'.' ;'
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: York Tuesday night with 1 Mr. Ames -- reading that "in New York: "liquor : i : ; ; ,5i} : ;:!; :

who is called there on business. Mrs. Mrs. Emily Rickemeyer of Columbus flowed .freely. .. \ ,
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e Ames plans to spend about three Ind., arrived in Clewiston to '

weeks in the north. .. spend a few weeks here. .Mrs. Rick- KeepstilL' N. J. 1lch0.Observ' ; j>"': ;<. ':';'L", ::.,,. .(, ," .; /.t'>| .
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emeyer who ;will be remembered as little Sarah Nade is said to '.'..' :; f\;} ; ;,: ."; ,>-i-\j'; : : '- < ,.' : YfO :) :,.
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I. > i Point business. 1 I Alston well pleased later purchased with the progress said she was and Nade, if a "pillar of the church", : t'il;: a :; ; .; i{f I ; !:';;' l;:; ,( .'. .; ,..'- ; ;;,: ( .X> \' : :, : ( };;:; .f::{ ; \ .. :

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con eel' in Harder Hall Se- visit here last spring. hide behind.

"bring last' Friday evening. Her play-
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ing was enthusiastically welcomed Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wright entertained DENTISTWill

1 by those present and' she responded as dinner guests at their home '' '" .". '
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with several encores. Her selectionswere Mr.. and Mrs. G. W. Gordon and .Mr. 'y ,r t ,
following dates:
taken from Chopin, Godowsky.
Laruei \ Jan. 78-9-10-11-12-28-29-30-31 ''" .<;'/'v"1 '*;" ."' AJN>'r.V': r i'x' : ; '. ''r"- .-/V"' : '' -''".rl i '<\--v.: : ; ;''j''s'.v-1 ; '' '- '. (
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its own food, one of our most vitally conditions without spoilage, while x'x ', 'q'e" ,:a:: I '" ,. .:.'i' I
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largely from lands across the sea. makes it one of the most "efficient" < .. ,, :

! ft. ,Sugar stands; near' the top of the articles of food from the standpoint' 1 r .. ', ,. .
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r list of foods that must be supplied of transportation and storage. \ Why Worry about getting your meals in a hot stuffy '

B in adequate amounts to all the p eoThe United States should produce << ., ,'. .

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1 '. British Government took over the its continental ts, for security in << '.., .., .'"

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I war no reason We have a few electric ranges in several sizes at an
: outbreak of the war in 1914 was The 1x
sugar undersigned
companies are
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fl" the'/rst item to be put under con tel.! devoting' 'many millions of dollars < attractive price. I
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country to protect the public sugar expert personnel to the cause. of increasing < These stoves will save you many hours of worry and

supply when the United States Food the home-grown supply ofAmerican months. Instant
work the
Administration lighten your ,during summer ,
was created in .
1917., cane sugar. Exhaustive experiments !. heat at low' cost is of the features of electric
I; The reason is clear. Peoples Jiving have shown what science one ; an range.

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quire a good deal of heat-and-energy- can do i in this field, and point to 'a '. Use one' of- our electric toasters for cooking. your. .

,. ,,. \ produCIng food. Sugar is high in large growth of the industry and a. .. ,:, meals real : '

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rfLaBelle.\ / News I.CLEWISTON.;...'.. DIES AS MAN RESULT NO DIFFICULTY SEEN IN RIGHTOF Bay.After that ,has been done. Mt 'is

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-I wonderful games, the highest scores R. T.. Collings was a business visitor was -- being at Miami Locks and a well paved highway to the cast '
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GARDEN PARTY" GIVEN. were made by Mrs. A. L. Taylor and in Fort Myers Friday. -.e the other being this side of South coast before the summer.LIST _
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AT DRYER HOME later entering the mer- 'j

Signy Henrickson, whose successes -t l cantile business for the late H. E. ,., --
I Mrs. Dryer and Mrs.sj Pfaff were were rewarded by'the gifts .set of Mr. and Mrs Joseph Daugherty, Heitman of Fort Myers.: .'.,;. --- -'-. ., I
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hostesses at a garden party on dolls "wearing the green" and a won- 'Mr. and Mrs. Frank Daugherty and :? When C. V Parkinson opened his '

spacious and beautiful grounds of derful green iswan "cuttin" gifts Mrs. E. E. Edwards wero visitors in Clewiston Supply company In Clew- ._ < :.....t .-. ,'\ .' > '.:' :..:.... ..". .-" "

Mrs. Dryers residence Thursday afternoon were also received: by Mrs. Pettee Fort Myers Thursday.Mrs. iston, Mr. Ramsey accepted the posi- .". ." .... < -- .:., .
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I and Mis L. L. Pettee. tion of manager of the Clewiston ; : .
through the reception hall were received The long refreshment table was Hurd L. Reeves and familyof
Ii store and in addition served as post-
the side veranda which YOUR PROPERTY WITH ME
on decorated with shamrock and each Felda wero in LaBelle Thursday. master.

I J was beautifully decorated with jars guest chair sported a beautiful green Growth of the community during.

I of ferns, Calundula flags and lillies. bow. The souvenirs were a blarney Felda had a large rain Sunday and the. past year multiplied 'the dutiesin

I picturesque The lawn bordering and inviting the river with was the stone for each guest. The color mint was''ice Monday which will be a benefit to the post office to such an extent Cle w s ton >is< growing every day ,and with the
also in evidence in the
the crops there. that Mr. Ramsey resigned his con
the chairs with their bright awnings- cream, cake decoration, and punch. I nection with the Clewiston Supply new mill addition under construction values .
and settees in the shade of the trees. '
+f' The guests were Mesdames Dreyer, Messrs. Lancaster., J. J. Peadro company devoting his entire time to
I f' A musical program lent charm.to_ the Dulaney, Ross, Taylor, Moon, will increase.
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and W." G. Thomas were visitors in the post office work. i, -
;r bright scene.. Pfaff, Royer, Osborne;: AddJcks, Bek-: Clewiston Wednesday.The He was active In the Clewiston '.

There were groups of songs by. Rogers, Pettee Henrickson, Weaver, Better Business association and (lid

I Mrs. Dulaney and Mrs. Edwards instrumental Dougherty, Hill and Misses Caldwell, telephone company has begun valuable work: for that organizationby
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I Middleborough, Signy HelU'icl / Mrs. Barton Hall and Mrs. Saunook. Edna Dreyer and L. L: and S. E. I which will be available all over Fel- members the amount of: mail order :':
t Mrs. Evan Magil delighted the guests pct-j Edison C. Speer'L : :
, 'i., with violin solos. tee. I da. business going out of Clewiston. He >I:.;; '. : > "
: -- .was a director in the First' Bank of : ", '
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[( ill The table furnished sandwiches cin- Fort Myers Friday on business.Mrs. I I
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i 'w- "' mon toast cakes and confections. Dulaney, Miss Caldwell and .....

t wI I under a gUtup of trees organe punch Mrs. Dixon motored to It'ortIyers r .

8:'was servile by Miss Signy Henrick- Friday.
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I Christie, Weber, Taylor, Henderson, dry motored to Fort Myers Saturday.Mr. ..,.. ,

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f. gill, ,Bestor, Pettee, Bauers, Brinkley, .The ,.
., Harry ,Flemming was a business ).Gompletc Shopping Center-Clematis Olive '
t .Ralph Hendry, Saunook, Duval, Cor- visitor in Fort Myers Friday. :'
nett, Wagmann, Hodges, Hedges, t

,r Crowe, and ''Misses Caldwell,. Signy Mr. and Mrs. -H. A. Bestor and fam-

: Hendrickson, 'Buckwaller and S. E. ily, Mrs. E. E. Edwards, Mr. and Mrs. I

and L. L. Pettee. Mrs. Bekemeyer, 1f51fti A
Pfaff, Mrs. Dreyer, UAL SALF .
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r 0 MRS EDWARDS GIVES Henrickson and Signy Hellric1
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entertained :March 17 to visit the singing tower. l : '

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'''" Jfrery year for fifteen years Hatch's Annual Sales have been the ..
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; YOUR APPEARANCE COUNTS Sale will far surpass all other} Selections are larger ia all depart- .

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I; i '. to them each year as an opportunity to make substantial .
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We are pioneers in "the Barber Business I Hatch's standard of quality is bargain assurance Prepare now to.. 'j. ."' ''f
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' EXPERIMENTAL WORK I Florida Experiment 'Station, Gainesville -' Is an army of men struggling up ,in. i iI ';.:. \ -
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:' LAUNCHED IN'STATION M. N. Walker,' assistant cotton the newspaper world who will miss I FOR ECONOMICAL TRANSPORTATION..
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s' .BY SUGAR COMPANY\ specialist Florida Experiment Sta- "Bill". He never forgot when he'J'eached I 'rto '\ \ ., -,
!\ tions, Senator Alfred H. Wagg, West \\ the top that he also had to > .

;1:.:::. .(Continued from page '1) Palm Beach, Representative R. E. ascend the long trail. So many .d o \
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f;, be set out. expert California State Department LIQUOR CASES ;. I .'. 'iW' ., _.

Y One of the potentially most profit- of Agriculture. ON DOCKET IN ;SCOUNTY I L: ClI' I \..- 1

, able experiments- will be In the tung COURT i .'. ,", -. ','
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possibilities of development along in a few minutes with the verdict .o. r .. :

: '- this line is seen in the fact that virtually : not' guilty. '.. .:.; na' r't eJr. '" .
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i' all of the tong oil used In this In' the afternoon the case against : : ..

country is now imported from China. Gilbert on a charge of selling liquor. ''f
be a permanent building.A .
:r' 'It' has been successfully proven that be I to minors came up. The prosecuting '..:
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:. the tung oil tree will thrive in sandy attorney made a remarkably fino '
: i )installed Is that modern machinerywill
lands. speech to the jury In which ho aSlc .
-: be used so that the vegetableswill d.1 : jJJjO
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be handled as little as possible. I
r;: planted, the Collinson and WIuslow their sons that had participated in :

;" son, which are hybrids of the Guata- buying this liquor and how it should J

'. malan family. EQUIPMENT\ FOR b'e stopped. The case went to the
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I"\. and pasture grasses are planned are' BE ORDERED turned. The counsel for the defendant -

-' planned and alfalfa and lespedeza made a motion that he be allowed -
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., The grasses to be set out are Bo- which he will present Wednesday -

tf.:-.' hia, Carpet, Bermuda, Guatamala, Na- reflect favorably upon the entire I morning. "**l ., CHEVROLETS ()U the road' '

!:'. pier, Para and several combinations state and result in greater stability Next on the docket was the case

h of the above. throughout Florida. People in the against :Mis. Gilbert on a charge of '

j," Grapes and blackberries are aslo ,north who. have interests not onlyin selling liquor to Porter Dean. A woman ., since lfA T i st't l

-<( included ,in the experimental plan. Clewiston but In other sections of who had worked for the Gilberts _-_".." ; .L Q : ..
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i.. :'. carried over a period of several terest the activities of B. G. Dahl- r the shine and pay one dollar for it ;: .. To satisfy the overwhelming public demand for the 01'I

r:: years, Mr. Jackson explained, to determine berg in whose work they see a shin- but when asked if she had tasted or .. I
.: new Chevrolet Six, the Chevrolet Motor Company has .
:\ which of the above mentioned -, ing example of the true industrial smelt of it she had to admit she had ""- .
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ii ;: trees, grasses and legumes are possibilities of Florida.IVILLIAA1S0N not. Porter Dean then testified that accomplished most -

r: '.:: best adapted to this particular cUI. ; he did not know whether it was Mrs. I -J. achievements of all time. In less than three months v :

mate and the sandy soil in the, experimental ADDS Gilbert who had sold it to him and ... ,. after the first Chevrolet Six was delivered to the public t

I.,""' area. TO: DATA ON FLOOD j I yid not now whether it was intoxicating the Chevrolet factories are producing 6,000 cars a ,

:; After the specific varieties of not but said that drink
1" : grasses or one y/p-\ day. As a result, more than quarter-million new ... ',';
es and forage crops have been de- (Continued from page 1)) had made him sick. After a speechby ; ..
," Chevrolet Sixes have been delivered to date-and this .;;., 4
termined the land will! be stocked the prosecuting attorney which .
i: with dairy stock, beef cattle and for the purpose of: visiting the flood was short but full of facts the de >". tremendous popularity is increasing every day! If you .::');:,:' '

sheep. area and hearing further testimony fendant's counsel spoke to the jury :, .,. have not yet- seen and driven this remarkable.. car- .' '. '/..:..' .. (

; from the people as well as receiving and the case then went to the jury : come in for a demonstration! ; :" <

:J the testimony and data of this asso- who returned a verdict of not 'guilty. .',.'( .' .' ** i ; tt

HEADS OF PLANT ciation. We have taxation and statis- Court was then adjourned until Wed- ,, ,.: 1'. The Roadster, $525; The Phaeton, $525; The Coach, $595: The Coupe $595; The ;.....A"'$'% '
k :' BOARD IMPRESSED\ tical experts compiling this as well .,...:.' : Sedan, $675; The Sport Cabriolet, $695; The Convertible. Landau $725 Sedan .. i":;': :" '.: ,'. '
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Delivery $595; Licht Delivery Chassis $400; 1H $545; 1 .
dY":. ON LOCAL VISIT as other employees and there is naturally =---ow r.J, : E:5): )\" '" \'. Chassis with Cab $650. All prices'f. o. b. factory Flint Mich' :. I ( '

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I-," :*r GLOWING TRIBUTE CANE SYSTEM'PLANTING\ EFFECTS I i.'a Six the price range. ofthe"fo' -

;' ida, Gainesville, Edward Conradi, PAID TO MEMORY\ OF I 'I
LARGE ECONOMY
i:: President, Florida State College for WILLIAM JOHNSTON

&:- Women, Tallahassee, Rudolph Weav- -- .

t,.:i er, architect to board of control, (Continued from page 1)) '. (Continued from page 1) :i'v CLEWISTON MOTOR COMPANY

', I Gainesville, Wilmon Newell, plant 0:.; :. :. ;. :;;, j .. <, ._ .

(,;; commissioner and dean and director ing; all he ever wrote. which the operations of the Southern < cf ;' ;; ;'?;:' : i

; ": College of Agriculture and Experi "He was one of the first and about Sugar company are being carried "on :c' <: Z; : .u : : '

meut Station, Gainesville, J. H. Mont- the only one to encourage me ;when in the northern Everglades the systematic : $ VQUALITY", ': / .., s .

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A. F. Camp, horticulturist, adviser through the years. There several thousands of do lIar! Spcs"a
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FRIDAY sive purchase makes it possible for us to offer them Saturday HOMES AND APARTMENTS NEEDED ': :
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Fast cotors. Special grand opening price : At a new low price : I

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