The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: April 12, 1929
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
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System ID: UF00028415:00209
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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:.,.....t.'.';;,:_",: ON THE ATAGTIONOFCOMMISSIONERS I TO EXCEED 125 CARS, LOCAL I With the exception of a three mile ON SUGARLAND

stretch of muck from the Hendry
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:. '.., J:r NEV57rr : PACKINGHOUSE MEN, BELIEVE I county Beach, line there to is a point now a beyond good Bare rock RO A 0 OPENED

'!-.:.' j ,;::' road through Miami Locks, and _
I'/ .':..;. ; : BY TOM SMITH South Bay to Belle Glade, with

*>3vi 3 r. :\ ,' }:"":;, Objects to Move, AimedSquabbling d Approximately 125 cars of tomatoes a large two story building with the paved road from that point Into' Bids Tabulated for Road,

.. f:: IC will roll from Clewiston to the northern packing'house on the' street floor anda Palm Beach. Departme Wednes-
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,.; Vb to estimates -
markets] according ,
> crop spacious apartment above. This is The rock Is now on the road as
" ,;:. .':. ..".' ;.: .' ;'J community is. the move launched this Commission Meetings; made this week by local 'pack- nearing completion on the corner of far as the H ndry' county line but day; New Work Will
.:' ". .f.' '1.", ;:.: week Clewiston to organize AthAssoclation Refuses t o Approve Ing house ,men. There ,is a good crop Sugarland highway and the railroad has not yet ,been graded and roll- Add t o. Network. o f
a (
:'". : f., .. Athletic In the fields and 'with good 'weather'conditions' tracks. W. S. Harvel, of the Harvel I ed, but work is progressing rapid. Highways
: 1 tic association. Through
e Minutes. i
it is believed probable that Seed company' is completing work on ly and the completed road from
Details of the plan
:, the total shipments from the Clew- his packing house which is locatedon ) 'Clewiston to Palm Beach should be Everglades.Contracts .
,. lave not :yet been worked out but (Clewiston ,News Special)
iston depot will be in excess of 125 Ventura street near the freight ready within the next few weeks.
: the general move is for the associa LABELLE, April 11.-The board for the construction of
: cars the next seven weeks. depot. From the point beyond Bare Beach
:i?=a tion to sponsor the construction of of Hendry county commissioners the Sugarland
. : highway from LaBelle
" .' ? Two new packing houses are being The .Sugarland Packing'company to the road is excellent.WILLIAMSON .
/,t1f; two modern tennis courts and a convened at their regular April 'session completed In Clewiston ,and organization operate in the school house at Bare through Clewiston to the Hendry

: r swimming pool. According to the number at the courthouse Saturday April county line were scheduled to be
of the Sugarland Packing company Beach consists' 'of S.R.. Connell J.

0' r- of names on a petition circulated G. All members were present! namely, to operate at 'Bare Beach was i K. Baker and Milton Crouch with J.'K. SEES awarded: :yesterday, the Clewistonwas

this week, Clewiston is welcoming Chairman Murray, Commissioners, announced this week. W. C. "Bill" Christian as f.o.b. buyer. Informed in advices from Tallahassee

/ the suggestion and there is every Stewart, Hooker] Maddox( and Dei.irmv. Hooker is completing construction of Please turn to page 6OUTLOOKBRIGHT .HIGH'OFFICIALS ONFLOODCONTROL but .-the award had not yet

indication that the move will be a --'--. .' County- Attorney Rider was been made public at the time of,''going -

.. success. Recreation is recognized in also present. to press.Contractors.

many cities of the country as a major Several measures regarding reduce SCHOLL TRUSTEE from all sections of the

. \Uz essential to happy community tion of 'taxes for Mrs. Jennings and state submitted bids which were-

,life, and the possibility of playing a several others were ,discussed.The.
ELECTION TO BE FOR INCREASED opened on Wednesday and althoughit
p Flood
few sets of tennis before dinner and bills for the past month were then Control_ President
was expected that the, contract
ending with a refreshing plunge, in read by: Clerk Hull. The minutes' ,of I Confident
HELDON MAY 14, DUTY ON SUGAR o would' be awarded Wednesday, the
: a' cool pool needs no stretch of the the last regular meeting and, the Federal .
/ Action rest of the day was given to the tabulation
Imagination to embellish the picture. three call meetings were then read _
: of the bids for presentationto
d ; From a business standpoint the, move During the'reading of the minutesof
Simpson Harvel Cole 2.40 Cuban and 3.00on Confidence that the federal government the board at a meeting scheduled,
:: r\. is also advantageous to Clewiston, the March meeting when the resolution on
will 'take steps to solve for yesterday when the contract
. ) for proper recreation facilities at objecting to county officials Richmann to Be Local Other Foreign or to '
assist; in solving the flood control 11 I award was to be announced. _
.,.. r 'r_ here will tend to eliminate expensive ridiculing the board before the eyes
'r" ,. M1 Sugar Is BelievedProbable problem on Lake Okeechobee' expressed The work on the Hendry county
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.. : trips to keeping!! of the public and -
yesterday by F.L. Williamson road ,will include the clearing grub.
; ;:. ,, .. Clewiston dollars at home.. The advantages sioner Delaney objected to this resolution LABELLE, April ,11.-On the four .' -
president of, the Florida Flood bing, grading and construction of
''; ::(i-, of organization of a local saying; that when it was pass teenth day of May an election will :
''t:' '1' Confident( Washington Control association, on his return 'drainage structures and .bridges, and
dis- predictions that
Athletic association are numerous, so ed there was no time allowed for be held in each special tax school .
4 from Washington where he conferred it is believed that bids for the
; l; it is natural that the initial move cussion and the resolution was immediately district of will approve a substantial in- paving
Hendry county at each .of I
should be welcomed so wholeheartedly : voted upon. crease in the sugar tariff were con- high officials on 'the Everglades will be advertised in the near ''future
the six
1. .. voting precincts for the pur- '
: 1 .r In the community. Commissioner Delaney introduced a of tained in recent news dispatchesfrom problem. so that this work can be started as
pose determining who shall be
slip of paper stating his objections trustees for the next succeeding two Washington, and while no definite For been several years Mr. Williamsonhas (Please turn! to Page 6)FOURTH

: ; ? To the casual visitor, the announcement (Please turn to Page 6)) and action has yet been taken thereis active to secure cross state
years the mills of district school. navigation
that there less than \ said to be every indication that the through Okeechobee and
tax: to be levied for each of the two '
,, three miles of tariff Increase will be approved. Such recognizing his ability for getting action GAME OF

.': .: '. .< .:"(" :' 3' Miles muck road travel CLEWISTON CO. years.The action will materially benefit Clewis- by the federal government, members
,. <: following inspectors and
of the
; ,[ Muck- in the trip from ton elevating the growing and grind Flood Control association
.Y : ::'I.j'., ? r. were appointed by the board: of Public BRIDGE TOURNEY
'' ''.:':. : .:' :.", ,: Clewiston to Palm TO GUIDE WORK Instruction: District Four, Felda ing of sugar cane in the northern Everglades president when named that the Clewiston man I

:: .;. ::: :':' Beach may seem insignificant, but to : to a more profitable level.In organization was
Robeit ,E. Heath, clerk, S. M. IS '
; .:' formed a months I HERE
.' >. I those who have spent hours jogging the April 1 Issue of the Sugar ago.
AT CANAL POINT Grainger, J. P., Hull and L. C.Sum. He has directed the
;r.; ;.=; : .'. over a 15.mile stretch of muck: year Bulletin, under the heading of "The of that
: ... mer, inspectors. This will be held at organization and it
'< 'construction Tariff iFghf the editorialwas was as president
the of on : following
: .. ago progress --
the Baptist church; Sears,. Seth Mc- (Please turn to Page 6) Mrs. Jackson and Mrs.
the Sugarland highway between published on one
new :
New Sugar Town to Be Ewen, clerk, L. H. Howell, T.K.. .
: CI.ewistOIland South Bay is followed: Tedder and Mrs. M. 'H.:' SilasV'in: "The tariff situation ,is now approaching Thomas: Leading ,

::. with keen interest.. is not very long Beautified Along spectors, the voting being at the the stage where some tangible Local FieldMrs. "

I. ,( ago-slightly more than a yearthata ,Clewiston Lines store building. legislative developments in. LAW MAKERS FACE

meeting was called at South Bay; District Five Clewiston; R. L. Washington may soon be expected i \ C. A. Jackson and Mrs.J. : E. I ,

,' and to reach that meeting a group of Development and beautification of Simpson, clerk, W. S. aHrvel, W.,< D. which will serve as a guide for the I FLOOD'PROBLEMS I Beardsley held high score for north

local people left Clewiston before six the white townsite of the Southern Cole and Frank! Richmann, inspectorsthe league's efforts in the, final stages of I and south positions with Mrs. G. B. \

) .o'clock and after a trip that would I Sugar company at Canal Point will voting being at the school house. the fight for a higher rate of duty of Thomas and S. S. Bearman high for

try the patience of a saint, drew up I be carried out under the supervisionof East LaBelle 'and molasses. Glades Project Considered
t -Joe 'Ross, clerk, Frank sugar east 'and west positions In the fourth
{, at the hall in South Bay few minutes
i '. the Clewiston company, It was an- ,}Magill, C. E. Royer and M.F.Y. oe- "As matters stand now the ,league One of Biggest game, of the local bridge tournament
2 after eight. The contrast with
, .nounced yesterday by Captain F. mans, inspectors, .the voting' being atStewart's has asked: for a rate of 2.40 cents a which was held at the Watanabe hotel
,present day conditions is startling. Matters in State
,4 Deane Duff, general manager. Under
building. West LaBelleJ. pound on Cuban 96 test sugar and Wednesday night. .
After leaving Bare Beach the motorist .-
';, this arrangement development and H. Doty, and Ray C. Hull, inspec- 3.00'cents a pound on other 96 test i Leonard S. Ames is in charge of
: y today gets back on the grade in South Florida members of the I
beautification state
: of the townsite the
c on \V. Andrews.. clerk the tournament in which
J. H.Booth. foreign sugar, coupled with a proviso eight more
; r'r'a few minutes and from that point legislature the
; eastern shore of Lake Okeechobeewill see Everglades Flood '
' tors, voting being at the Everett hotel that when 96 test foreign sugar sellsc games must 'be played and two cups
F ,
into Palm Beach
there is excellent come under the Control problem'as one of the most
personal super- buildings & f below 2.50 cents, the tariff be will be awarded to the winners of the
load with not a foot of muck travel. vision important items to their
of Captain Duff who directedthe constituents,
District Six:-Denaud:, C.Hubert. increased by the same figure as thec north and south and east and 'west
; As this is being, written, work is. being beautification work in Clewiston according to advices received from
clerk, L.: D. Baldwin, R. M\ Burchard, & f price is below 2 1.2 cents. The (Please turn to Page 6)NEW )
- .: pushed on the grading and roll- built Harlem, Clewiston's Tallahassee early this week l
. negro sec- J..II.. Dyess, inspectors, voting beingat league has also asked fpr; a tariff of .
ing of the rock on this end of the tion and,'for the past year as general Roan's old store building. 4 cents a gallon on edible molasses In view of the apparently tangled

' -; ;;::, : : road so that within the next few manager been active head of all de Everglades situation, the Associated PACKING HOUSE IS
testing not above 48 cent total
''. : 'c- :. weeks there will be excellent road velopment'work'' in this area. per Press reported, predictions were freely PLANNED AT BARE BEACH
225 Bushels with increase of 8.10 of a
Per sugars an
from the heart of decision to the During the next nine months 'there cast that the subject will provoke \

. ,r,..; '.ocean at Palm Beach-an.. easy two will be 25 houses built at Canal Point Acre Is AveragePotaJto cent per gallon for each degree above through the remaining parts of the Operation of a vegetable packing
48 and a tariff of four cents per gal-
,_ L2- hour: drive. I
and in beautification work a similar sixty day session almost as much house at Bare Beach was announced -
Yield Here
i lone on molasses not inteded for human -
plan to that used in Clewiston will strife and turmoil as will be tax: prab- this week by Sims R.Connell.
i consumption testing not over 48,
th' According to reliable advices from probably be followed. Average yield in the potato fieldsof lem. who is associated with J.K.. Baker
., with an increase of 1-2 of a cent for
: .
; ; Washington this week
'. \ there is every The area included in the Canal the Clewiston company this year First in the minds of the South and Milton Crouch In the new en-
; each degree of higher test up to 56.
indication that a Point townsite includes that territory has been more than 225 bushels to Florida group is speculation, on the terprise. The firm name is to be

:.. '. Tariff substantial in- north of West Palm Beach canal as the acre, it was reported yesterdayby "The Hawaiian sugar planters as- attitude of the senate and house on the Sugarland Packing company,
;+ sociation has asked for a tariff of
- Outlookcrease in duty on far as the government experimental Charles A. Jackson, local agronomist a reported gathering of forces to repeal and' J. K. Christian of the firm of
2.50 cents a pound on Cuban 96 test
.. ," foreign sugar will station i who is in charge of the Clewis the $20,000,000 bond issue pass- Christian and Neal of Mcintosh,

be effected in the near future. Several Streets will be cut through, graded, I ton company's farms. sugar and $3.00 on other 96 test for ed in the 1927 legislature at the be-,I Fla., will be associated with the local -
eIgn The association of Sugar
influential producers of both caner and hard surfaced sidewalks laind I While the average yield is placedat sugar. hest of the Martin administration. It men as f.o.b buyer.It .
Producers of Porto ,Rico has likewise
and beet in the United States I is''
4 sugar and general improvement and beau- this figure there were several In- being circulated about that a bill was estimated that the Sugar-

J ._f .. have worked untiringly for jhis pro tification work pushed. stances where more than 300 br hels asked for a tariff of 2.76 cents a to repeal this measure will be introduced land Packing company which will
tection for pound on Cuban 96 test sugar ,and
domestic sugar production In connection with street ,work, per acre were dug. use the old school house at Bare
.;.t. 3.20 cents a pound on other foreign
r;. conducting hearings on the Captain Duff announced that in Clew- The 225 bushel average yield Is This week's sessions are expected Beach, will handle 25 cars of tomatoes

advisability of the proposed tar'iff increase iston experiments are being conducted higher than recorded in any other 96 test sugar. to see the introduction of a bill allowing during the ''next two months

",l: Washington officials are said ,with various kinds of oil to be section of Florida this year and almost "The Mountain States Beet Growers cooperation by the state with while the'' operation will 1 mean an

.. f ., to be in favor of the raise. In view used on the streets with a view to 50 bushels higher than the average aMrketing association with head any federal project, said to be under increase of approximately $2,000 In

!f *' of the unanimity of opinion among Please turn to page 6 yield in this section last year. quarters at Greeley, Colorado, has (Please turn to Page '6)) J, local payrolls. '

1 J. ." ,those seeking the Increase, it is probable asked for a tariff of 2.76 cents a

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,:.. :: .:,..: mean a duty of 2.40 cents a pound on PLANS FOR CLEWISTON ATHLETICASSOCIATION 3.20 cents a pound on other foreign BUFF SEt S TREMENDOUS CHANGE

.' : 96 test Cuban sugar and 3.00 cents 96 test sugar. I

" tl a pound on all other 96 test foreign BEING WORKED OUT "The United States Beet Sugar as fiN 1 ORTHERN.0U1100K 'ON STATE

sugar. The present rate is 1.76 cents sociation has asked for a duty of 2.40 ,

a pound for Cuba and 2.20 cents a cents' a pound on 96 test sugar from --

.:. \ pound for other foreign countries Plans for a Clewiston Athletic,association ken: for the perfecting of the permanent : Cuba and a duty of 3.00 cents a poundon The north is keenly interested in cessful season enjoyed in the tourist

,With Clewiston and the northern Ev were discussed at an organization organization. other foreign 96 test sugar.The Florida in general and in the Ever- centers -of. the stato."

:. ,,. r. erglades definitely in the sugar producing meeting Tuesday night when Method of raising the money necessary United States' Beet Sugar associationhas glades in particular, it was announced The local general manager foundan

;;. '.. f column, this is exceptionally possibilities of assembling an organ- for the construction of'the asked for the same increase in this week '.by Captain F.Deano. even greater interest in Washington -

/ good news, for the industry on which ization strong enough" to undertakethe swimming pool and the tennis courts the duty on molasses that has been Duff, general manager of the' Clewiston -. he said.

"/:: .;'. :the, future prosperity of Clewiston is construction of two tennis courts has not been definitely worked out asked by the American Sugar cane company, who icturned from a. "In Washington found the people

.! :4i;..;-:r : based, is now practically assured of and ;a 60x100 foot swimming pool but William Cecil Owen, local engi- league. business trip to New York and WashIngton interested in general and In the Everglades -

.r, the elimination of unfair competition were enthusiastically discussed.. neer is compiling Information on the "A group of beet sugar factoriesand in particular, and every Indication .

.-;:' .1.. < _, Another meeting was scheduled for estimated cost of construction. two beet growers associations in In New York, Captain Duff found points to the fact that the

... ..'. A tremendous change In the attitude last night and indications at press O. L. Jeffries was elected temporary Ohio ''and Michigan have asked for a more talk of Florida than he did on government officials are seriously interested -

: :. ; of the north toward Florida in time were that; a representative group chairman at the meeting Tues- duty of ,2.85 cents .a pound on 96 test previous business rips during the I in assisting the Evergladesin

(fj' :' : general and the would be present with a strong prob- day night, when the plans for the local sugar from Cuba and 3.56 a pound on past year and he said It was surprising a very substantial way toward establishing

',. North Everglades in par- ability that definite steps will be ta- Athletic Association were dis- ,other 96 test foreign sugar. to learn the number of people of flood' control of Lako

5" Interested-, titular was noticed discussed by the small group present. "The. American farm bureau fed- who ,are familiar with the industrial Okeechobeo.

: .; ,. '; : recently by Captain that people are more interested in Those present were O. L. Jeffries, eration has asked for a tariff of three activity in (the northern Everglades."The "Thero has .1 been a tremendous

y A; ... F. Deane Duff general ''manager Florida than they have been since Mrs. W. C. Owen, Sam Woodham, J. cents a pound on Cuban 96 test sugar sentiment: of New York to- change in the attitude of the north

of the Clewiston company while on the days of tho boom. ,People, who Yenowine, A. J. Chenet, J.Robins. and a duty of 3.75 cents a poundon ward Florida in general has improved toward Florida, 'and northerners appear

a trip to New York and Wash. spent the winter In Florida are returning Herbert Blate and S. S. Bearman other 96 test 'sugar. considerably during the past sev to bo thoroughly appreciative! of

.J -4 ington. In both New York City and to the north telling their It. was explained, at the meeting "Tho National Grange ,has asked eral months," Captain Duff said, "and the possibilities of Florida as tho win-

'I Washington, the local official said friends of the wonderful to the sue- Please turn to page GTr
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Successor to The Clewiston Progress patented board used for insulating buildings, which is made from the residueof

-ice the cane after the syrup: has been extracted. It Is reasonable to suppose CLEWISTON SANITARY DAIRYMilk .
1928 the .Jf
Entered as second-class matter February 8, at post
at Clewiston Fla., under the Act of March 3, 1879. that huge mills will be erected for its manufacture, making Florida a manu- '
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LOUIS A. MORGAN .....................................................:....... Publisher facturing state In truth, employing thousands, of men ,and. releasing.- a vast is the only single food that contains

quantity of money.-Farm Grove Section. : .

TOM SMITH .............................n................................,.........n. Editor ractically all the principal elements of well
balacned diet. It makes bone muscle blood (
Subscription Rates With the Fort Myers Press now in tho hands of the Collier interests, ,

and promotes growth.
we are looking for big things from Lucian Lucas, publisher and Dud Geddes, :
By mall outside of Florida By mail in Florida .
One year 2.5u One year $2.00 city editor. Mr. Lucas who was formerly in Clearwater is one of the better Milk i is the cheapest and best single food.

Six months 1.50 Six months 1.00 known newspaper men' of the state, while Dud Geddes another well known Pure bred Guernsey cattle tuberculin test"ed.
Three months 1.26 Three months .?6 .
newspaper man has repeatedly demonstrated his ability as a city editor.
NEWS' PLATFORM We've already noticed a big Improvement in the Press and are following ,

1. Definite control of Lake Okeechobee with water transportation. "
each issue with keen interest. Congratulations to the new owners.
2. Early completion of the highways for local transportation and I CLEWISTON, DAIRY COMPANY '

concentration, of products. -
8. A substantial downward revision of freight rates on vegetables and I A nurse on night duty at a Palm, Beach hospital paused in her duties .-
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other products of this region to the northern mai Lets. just before dawn, studying the helpless sufferers in the ward. An unusually :i -

4. The furl functioning of a cooperative marketing association for -------------------------- ----------------------- ---------- ----------- -------- .
pathetic case, a patient suffering from cancer inspired the. following poem. ;
both buying and selling purposes. 1 '
The nurso-poetess Is Miss Laura Maxine Matteson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. : : ,
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FRIDAY, APRIL 15, 1929 \ E. S. Matteson of Clewiston. .... .1 ,

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When I look at those about me / YOUR APPEARANCE 1 .
In Miami and other cities of the east coast, winter residents are preparIng /tJ: }' ," .
Forsaken cheerless, poor, .' < : ; ,
to return to their homes in the north for the summer while already the ) .' : "/"( f t :.:" :' :'i i' <.: .. _
., Lost in the fog of destiny. -_' '--,' r' .... :d, :.. '. ,_..,:\ ,,) <. '
roads are heavy with northern bound traffic. Last ''minute'souvenirs are being ',;.. .: :. i. 1 n 1
; .. .' ; With nothing for a cure. ..''J, : ; fL* '* / / i, :::') !
shipped to northern friends and railroad time tables, ,sailing dates, and ':1:..." :,... .:. .' '.. ; ; ;,,.'. X, ,, 5." !; :'k h"
When hours seem to drag away : v< .... ,.;... :" ..,;'.,j;(: r
road maps are being studiously inspected. Florida's winter season is nearinga .' '. ':* ,.::i i );V I t. .'' w \'
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: For those In :: *. T ; I : ./ .
,., ;,V- sorrow living UA .. ."'f>,. :-
close. Efforts are being made to encourage the visitors to stay at least .;:;,i' i,' !' :*' ;.' ,.;., : .- :."
> -I feel that I must start today .,.': ; ( ... 1 ''II-,
through April but even the most optimistic of local people admit that withina ; : ", .' ,;"'. ..' f, f ji.' : p atromzeTour :.> ? <> : ':.' .
\',;. ., With what I can be giving. : '- ..fJi1r'tf.,,: 1 1
month 'or six weeks they will be faced with the problem of what to do dur- r I 'I' .
'". To try again to turn life's page anew, '
ing the summer months. Home'
': ....}': : Oh Lord, the work Thou gavest me to;do. ';, f> ,
While residents of the tourist centers are about to face the conclusionof 'r i : ;
\: ; ; ', I know that I must not complain n '; ,'*: .:_, ..
their prosperous season, Clewistonites and other residents of the north "" .
?-4\'- .;*'::, :" At things I have to do. \ ,,4u> 1. 1
ern Everglades after a prosperous winter are looking toward a summer of Laundry
.', /. 'r.t.\ I must not live in selfish gain, .;'- :;'" .. .
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even greater activity. 'j. :H "f'l;* 1
,': : But start each day anew I .i,,; If'f,'.:( I 1
Driving from the coast one notices the change in the attitude of the people J. '
? ', ,:< With thoughtful service unto all, .fr *'* '' f CLEWISTON STEAM LAUNDRY 1 ;:
and their outlook for the future. In Palm Beach, Fort Lauderdale, Holly- I \li I
With love the crowning thought. t. 1 1
wood and Miami the people are confident that the coming summer will be .' .. ''' # ,.,' 1 1 1

'J ;. I ,must not let my standards fall, .. ?.};'-,: : Clewiston Florida. .,
,better than last year but to quote many of them it will" probably be toughsleding ." ,, .' :{-" r.>', ',." '"
i v :Must never let myself. be bought 1": .. .
for a few months". Around the Lake Okeechobee area the peopleare I ,; ti.t! ; "
But work right on with loyalty so true, ) < : ,
looking forward with confidence to the summer months when the activities -J ,< .
-* Oh Lord, the work Thou gavest me to do. ,;:: V. .' ;'. ; r
of the Southern Sugar company with steady payrolls: will insure a sum :

-Laura Maxine Matteson. ::1 1
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mer of brisk business.We .
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in Florida know that a heavy six months tourist season is not beyond 1 1 :'M : :: :. : ; : /1
Florida GetsFederal tion of only $12,500 per year for for- 1 1
the realm of possibility and we known too that Florida beaches in the work the federal '. :.
MoneyFor appropriationshave :\ :: :.

summer are delightful, while refreshing breezes from the ocean and gulf lend made possible the activities of I : ., '

Forestry the Florida Board of Forestry and >: GI can iness is next to Godliness
it wonderful possibilities as a summer resort. But both of these goals can be ..
the placing of over 640,000 acres of :

reached only through years of: advertising: while in the northern Everglades A check for' $ ,342 just received by forest land under protection.: 1 1

we have a twelve months prosperity based on food commodities which are the local forestry office brings the total .-, -, ', ';.' :-' '.. '. .i r" ,_ojc .

far more concrete than the whim of an occasional visitor. t of federal. money received by the SINGER SEWING 1 '"" .' 1 .

Florida Forest service during the .1 1 1 1
Merchants of the coast cities far south Miami realize -------
as as are quick to ------------
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present fiscal year up to $22,910.40according MACHINESNew ------------------------------------------------------
this, and one need only to announce in Miami shop that he is from Clew to Harry Lee Baker, state --= .: : :: ,
Baker the or second hand machinesat :: :: :: : :: : : =::::': :=::::: :== =, :: ::::: ::=::=::=::= -_= ::::::::=:::=::=:= =:= =
forester. According to Mr.
iston, to appreciate how deeply! interested are the coast people in the development '
United States Department of Agricul- ,all times. Repairs or new.
of the back country.
ture is willing to cooperate to the .

The comments of one Miami merchant are Interesting, he said: limit under the Clarke-McNary law F. D. WOOTEN, LaBelle, Fla.

"It would be well worth paying out a million- 'dollars cash for Miami to which permits the federal service to .. : ... : J
spend one-fourth of the cost of the .: -. .",: F.'.. : ...t;. i' ': : ;, ,'J

attract, B. G. Dahlberg and his sugar industry to Miami's back country. I protection of forest lands when the DR. P. H. JONES : '

say this after thinking over the matter, for his vision and perseverance state spends an equal amount and DENTISTWill (t 'v ':: : : .
be n Moore Haven'on the ? : : i !
the property ,owner spends one-half. : ) {
would materially help Miami in addition to the back country. His activityin following dates:
Reforestation work, including raising : '

the Everglades Is' the talk of the state and effects of his work there, will and distribution of, forest tree seedlings Jan. 78910111228293031Feb.. 1-2-18-19-20-21-22-23 ,. .;::.: GENERALCONTRACTING", ; _

be felt in better business as far as Miami." is also reimbursable under fed- ... "
Mar. 1-2-18-19-20-21-22-23
s eral agreements. With an appropria ''

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The investment made in the Everglades and the erection of a large sugar. '
mill at Clewiston, indicate the beginning of the rehabilitation of Florida :j: 1.', Mill Work .

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tending to make the people of Florida agriculturally conscious and pointingthe Announcing the opening. of .-.-
way to great possibilities. ".; > ..f'i i :,., ,, ., ..:-:..... '. -::;";" : )..

Thinking people will readily appreciate the importance and significanceof ",'>, DENTAL' OFFICES ; .. : : '" '
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this industry on the immediate future of Florida. It will help to stabilzeand ;('\ .. ,

create a confidence In Florida among bankers and investors of the ';: ", In The Hopkins Block Of. !t ,;. : /.. :,

North, and should be particularly inspiring to our own citizens who; have, : -{ I .
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been affected with the "after the boom blues." Once our confidence is <
own, :
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gained will have ; > ;, :
we shaken off that doubt which has been the source of : .
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about 90 per cent of our own troubles. 'J "' .. .. ... ; "': ::- I
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Florida '''
Florida, the sugar bowl of the United States: Think of it. Over CO per Clewiston,. ,.P'; ; >; ;\ -. I. ..-... .. .. '
f :;. : ", "!2 '} -' '. : /< :. : .:, :., : ..
cent of the .
sugar used In this country is imported and we use over six mil ,. .

lion tons a year. With an adequate tariff duty, imposed as protection against Save money by consulting us'. : I ',

cheap labor this beginning in the Everglades will lead to an importance difficult : .
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to now appreciate. :r-n i1; .':,' _:Ia'2: ::: : ; '':. :: =--- #=- ; -::. Our reputation is our recommendation
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Tariff barriers have been erected in the past to help so called fc infant in ;

dustries. Why should not we now demand that the. South' get its share of I' '80 ACRE FARM <]1, :\ : ;: :...JL'L'.u i": : : ,; : :. ,:/.', IJI/,' '

protection-not only for our new sugar industry, but for our agricultural '. ,'
products, some of ,which are now being threatened by foreign competition, .-:;' >, .
.' PER ACRE ,;, "w ,. r '.
$110.00 :
and to such an extent that unless relief .is afforded some of them, notably ..... '; .
"1 : : i:1::1
tomatoes, will be wiped off our map as a paying eliminated '. .
crop. Pineapples were : : .
.t! .5 & 10 ACRE FARMS ': ;

as a product some years ago by Cuban pines which are today supplying UNDER WATER CONTROL '- :, ..L:., .:
the markets that should bo our own. An area .. d ?* 'F:; : : : .
consisting of 12.000 acres :; : $150.00 PER : .:> y I ;} ti, ... .
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ACREi c. .
was set out in cane. a year ago and Is now being harvested and ground for ,
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the making-. raw sugar. For the time being, this product -will be sent north 40 ACRES ,-' ., i .,;'. > 1 : : : : : .

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for "
refining. No doubt : '
the' Southern
Sugar Corporation has well defined CUSTARD APPLE LAND WATER CONTROL "

ideas regarding future refining when the industry shall have grown. and more ACRE ;
200.00 PER : : :GROW BROTHERS ,
sugar mills built and .working. >, ,
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Another 12,000 acres of cane will be set out 'this year, seventy tractors WRITE 'f. "The Plcnt Builders,,of Clcvhton'

are now at work breaking ground for the 'new planting. 'The confidence so

substantially shown by .Mr. Dahlberg and his associates 'ought electrify Mc CULLY

the people of Florida regarding the possibilities.; .The starting of' this mill Cle&hions Pioneer Real Estate Broker

ought to ,bring well located properties back to least to pre-boom prices.
The sugar mill Is but tho beginning, The original: search for 'a suitable


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FRIDAY APRIL 12,, 1929 .. Page Three
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I NOTICE be the City Clerk. All of said persons, registered in accordance with the or- IN the Circuit Court of the_ TY'elfth. no matter how big a rogue a man are to pull together. '

.. I or a majority of them. shall, as soon dinances of said City and shall have Judicial Circuit of the State of was In Scotland, all other Scotchmen To be blinded by prejudice is a
deem practicable after the previously paid his poll taxes for two Florida In and for Hendry County.
Ernst as they sang his praises to stranger In condition that harms
every most him whois
extract from assessable In
The following .. of this Act and prior to noon years last past, if lawfully Chancery.
& Ernst audit' of the accounts 0- on said first 'day of October, A. D. against him, with the time to be pre Marvin Wood, Complainant, v. I Andre their precincts, simply'the rascal was afflicted. Having eyes with whichto
Sugarland Drainage District is published 1931, organize as the corporate authority scribed by ordinance, and shall be? a and Fay Andre, his wife, de their fellowcountryman.It see, minds with which to think and
for the information ot a ::1:1co .. provided for. The freeholder of said City, shall be entitled fendants.
Detailed audit is on in is better to be like the Scotch, enthusiasm with which to work, no
I'erned shall also serve as to vote at any municipal elec-
District office open to Inspection city even straining our veracity, at least job is too big for Clewiston In
the j ( clerk to said commissioners. The tion of said City; provided, however, ORDER OF PUBLICATION.It a public -
:Iii i: by ,all land owners Fla.: March 18, 1929. persons so named as Mayor, Commis the the provisions of+ this section appearing from the affdiavlt In a harmless way, than to be like I way. '

)I 41 j p& Board of Tampa Supervisors, and Landowners sioner'of Public Works, and City shall not apply to the first election filed in the above cause that the tho Irish of whom this samo sage fa- I

I r Sugarland Drainage District Clerk shall hold their respective offIces under this Act." above named defendants, I. Andre cetiously said: "I love the Irish be-
.,. ,vd have completed our fourth an-. from the time of their organization That Sections one ((1)) and two ((2)) and Fay Andro, '''his wife, are non-
1 nual examination of the books of account and thereafter for four years of Article-III of said Chapter 10433of residents of the'' State of Florida, and cause they are so honest; they never

and record as at the close ot commencing at noon on said day fol. the Laws of Florida of 1925, pro- that the place of residence and post- speak well of each other." '_-
$5 business December 31, 1928, and sub lowing said organization, and their viding: for and creating, the ,said Cityof office address of the said I. Andre All of us know that :Mrs. So and -

mit herewith our report. successors, whether from their own Clewiston, be and the same are and Fay Andre, his wife, as partic- So should not let her chickens ruin PleFrf -
[ All recorded cash receipts for the number or otherwise, for a like period hereby amended so that the said sections 1 iularly as the same is known to the
year under review were traced directly of four years thereafter,. and the in said Article shall read as fol- j I affiant is No. 146 Walnut Street, the spring garden, but we should re- 4
I. into the bank deposist and I persons so named as the other two lows: t Manchester, New Hampshire; that member that the chickens themselves IePICJ
satisfactorily accounted for. All cash commissioners shall hold their offices "Sec. 1. The Mayor, Commissionr there is no person in the State of are things of practical value even If 'JfzOJ: Pickeri rfI
f disbursements for the same period for a period of two years .and of Public Works, and City Clerk, and Florida upon whom the service of a
:/, were evidenced by officially signed, their successors, whether from their the other Commissioners shall each subpoena would bind any of. said defendants foragers in manner and predatory In I _____ I,
paid checks, and were further verifiedby own number or otherwise, for a pe perform the duties of his or her office ; that the said defendantsare disposition. We should be thankfulwe .
an examination of vouchers, invoices riod of four years thereafter. At all until his her Is duly each of them
:1- \ or successor over the age of do ,not live In a country or neigh-
#> payrolls, etc., on file, and to meetings of the Commission, each of elected and qualified. The Mayor twenty-one years: It is therefore ordered borhood the nabobs whose As Mr. Hoover does not care for
found all among
of tests
the extent 'we
our and the Commissioners, Including the shall have the same voice and, voteas that said defendants, each and Mr. Coolldge's mechanical horse and
;i ,duly payments authorized properly for payment supported in accordance [ 'Mayor, shall have one vote. The Commission the other members of the Com all of them, be and they are hereby peacocks wake up the inhabitants has no special form of recreation,
: With the minute book of hereinbefore established shall mission. In the absence of or disabil required to appear to the Bill of with their screeches and roost all day
I the White, House
[ < the Board of Supervisors. have the power at is regular meeting ity of the Mayor to act, the Commis-J Complaint filed in said cause on or on the front porch, and which serve physician wants
:- Balance sheet setting forth, In or any adjournment thereof held sioner of Public Forks shall perform|before Monday, the 6th day May, A. no useful purpose except to satisfy, suggestions on how to give the President
.. .greater detail the: various Assets and prior to the expiration of each suc- all the duties of the office, includingthe i JD. 1929, other wise the allegations of exercise. We offer the followIng -
:t' 'Liabilities of the district as atthe cessive term of office of the respective judicial features herein enumer- said Bill of Complaint will be takenas the vanity of their owners. :
close of business December 31, 1928 members to elect for a period of ated; and in the absence or disability confessed by said defendants.It Learning to look for the good in
is included, as a part of this report, four ((4)) years the successors of such of both, the City Clerk shall serve as Is further ordered that this or our neighbors (and much good thereis Give him a shovel and let him start
subject to the comments that follow.In Commissioners whose terms are aboutto Mayor and perform the duties of the; der be published once a 'week for building tho Boulder Dam.
the preparation of this I Balance expire, excepting that the terms office, including its judicial functions. four consecutive weeks In the Clew to be found) Is a qualitythat 'will
Sheet, effect has been given to all o f all the Commissioners shall expireat "Sec. 2. For the purpose of sys- Iston News, a weekly newspaper of; reap a harvest of benefits. A town Suggest weekly trips to El Paso,

unpaid invoices, salaries, etc., for noon on the day following ten (10)), tematically handling the City Gov- general circulation in said County divided, against itself can never: rise Texas, to dodge bullets from Mexico.

.. the year ended December 31, 1928 years from the date of organization ernment, the Commission shall create and State. to the height to which its natural sit Have him go three rounds with
that had been properly authorized for hereunder. In case, of a vacancy oc- the following departments, andonly Done and ordered in LaBelle, Florida i'
payment at the date of audit, curing, in the Commossion by reasonof one Commissioner shall have this 26th day of March, A. D. nation would otherwise permit. it Jack Sharkey before breakfast.

4 together with accrued interest on death, resignation, disability, removal charge of each department: Execu- 19290 ; Forgetting our differences In petty Tell" him to cross Washington'smain

? Bonds.Reclamation charges, amounting to disqualification, or from other tive Department, the commissionerin William T. Hull ;affairs, or even in matters of mag street as a pedestrian about 5
cause, the charge thereof to be exofficiothe Clerk- of Circuit Court.SELDEN .
remaining Commissionersby
"769836.05, are shown in detail in an nitude, is absolutely necessary if we p.m., daily. -
attached schedule. Of this amount, a majority vote shall elect a suc- Mayor: Department of Finance, L. STEWART '

*'$215,705.89 is for work done by the cessor' who shall serve for the unex- the Commissioner in charge thereofto t"L' _.Solicitor! for Complainant. p" -
Sugarland Dredging Association. plred ,term. be the City ClerkDepartment of Lai.C ot r toriuaiCounty )
Health and Public Works, the Com- 'of Hendry). /
Accounts Payable, aggregating $9,* '
j 'C14.67, include authorized invoices Section 2. That Sections six ((6) and missioner in charge thereof to be the I hereby certify that the above and

i/>'' and vouchers for purchases, salaries, seven ((7) of Article of said Chapter Commissioner of Public Works." foregoing is a true COPy of the original -
I f etc., unpaid at December 31, 1928, in 10433 of the Laws of Florida of Section 4. All laws and parts of Order of Publication made in
: the sum of $846.35, and for unpaid providing for and creating: the laws in conflict with the provisionsof said cause said order being on file
\: accounts of the Sugarland Dredging City of Clewiston' be and the same this Act are hereby repealed, es in my office. ,
I' ,
:.t Association amounting to $8,768.32, are hereby amended so that the said pecially Chapter 12616 of the Lawsof LaBplle: Florida, March 26th, 1929. I
as shown(by the Association's books. sections in said Article shall read as Florida of 1927. (SEAL) LIST YOUR PROPERTY WITH ME

,, Ii Accrued interest on the bonded indebtedness follows: Section 5.: This Act shall take ef- William T. Hull .
of the district, in the "Sec. 6. The said Commission of fect immediately upon its passageand Clerk of Circuit Court.
amount of $6,400.00, is shown under the City of Clewiston shall call an approval by the Governor, or 4-5 4t.
1:5; the caption Accrued
S Account. election" to be held within tho Cityof upon becoming a law without such -
'The Tax ''Levy for .the :year 1928, Clewiston one month prior to the approval. Clewiston: is growing every day and with the
'amounting to 55528.01 PULLING TOGETHER
is for Sink- '
r expiration of ten ((10)) years after
ing Fund 42231.41
and Maintenance
hereunder for Representative Hendry I r mill addition under construction values
; $13,296.60. date of organization County. new >< <
._ 4 Yours very truly, the purpose of electing two ((2)) Commissioners 4-5 5t. If'the citizens and residents of a /

ERNST & ERNST. to serve for two ((2)) years, ,, town do not pull together how can will increase. -
RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS and three ((3))' Commissioners to serve I I \ ,
commencing at they: expect strangers, to think, well .
'BALANCE-At Beginning for four ((4)) years, -
.e RECEIPTS FROM noon on the day following ten ((10)) NOTICEThe of their own community? True, ev- '
y ,:, TAX LEVIES years from the date of organization following extract from Ernst town has people who have disagreeable : : "" ". : '" "
ery : ': "
r & t : : :\ {
I Ernst audit :
the ,
of .of ,
Uniform Acreage Tax $ 21516.50 hereunder, and in calling such election Clewiston accounts characteristics., Each one : ,). < \ : '. (
Drainage District is '
Annual Drainage Tax: 178129.21 the said Commission shall have pub- '
lished for the information of all con- of us "peculiar" in some respects in : > N': .
all the powers, duties and responsIbilities Edison
audit is file in .
I. 199,645.74 of a Board of County Commissioners the District office, open: on to inspection the mind of the "other fellow." ,But .I '._; .C.Speer' .

TAX PENALTIES AND in Florida in regard to by all land owners: eVen if it is the truth, we should not ;- ro > .' '', ,, .
the calling and holding of such election Tampa, Fla., March 18, 1929. _j' : ,
MISCELLANEOUS 3,501.63 say ,evil things of our fellow-towns ..
SALE OF BONDS and shall canvass and declare Board of Supervisors and Landowners .
$640,000.00 Par Value the result. The said Commission shall 1 Clewiston Drainage District. men. / \

Bonds. sold at 95 608,000.00 post, or cause to be posted, noticesat Gentlemen: Far: better be like the Scotch, of
I three ((3)) public places within said We have completed our examination whom Dr. Samuel Johnson said that' .
:NOTES DISCOUNTED City of Clewiston, at least thirty (30) of the books: of account and rec-I -
Notes Discounted with days prior to said election, giving no- ora or uiewiston Drainage District, .
: Landowners 15,000.00 tice of the time and place of said I which covers the years ended De-
t'" election, stating the offices to be filled cember 31, 1928, and December 31,
INTEREST RECEIVED at said election, and giving the 1927, and submit herewith our re- O

On deposits and notes 25,570.66 names of three inspectors and a clerk port.All .
Accrued on bonds oppointed as such by the said Com- recorded cash ,receipts for the L, I l i (I 11 o
period under
before sale review were traced di-
mission to hold
1600.00I27170.66 said election. Any
( rectly into the bank accounts and o
... resident freeholder, D. citizen of the satisfactorily
accounted for. Dis-
J United States, over twenty-one ((21)) bursements o
.. through the bank ac-
BOND-ACCOUNT OF years of age and of sound mind, residing counts were supported by officially ce5t'I)
' within the limits of said Cityon 1 na. '
DEFAULTED CONTRACT signed and'paid bank checks on file. 1 I ; If. 1
20,000.00 the date of said election, shall be We examined the minutes of the > 0 o
eligible to vote fn said election and
01 "" TOTAL RECEIPTS meetings the Board of Supervisorsand
DISBURSEMENTS FOR$873,318.03* to be qualified to hold any office at I found all disbursements to be o
.. "RECLAMATION the said first election. The election properly authorized( by the Board. -
;J. In Process: i inspectors and the Clerk shall be the In the preparation of this report, o
Construction $555,728.95 judges of the qualification of the effect has been given to' all unpaid o
k. Engineering 44,081.20 electors. No formal nominations shall invoices, salaries, etc., at December 1c '
t" Equipment 4,002.30 be required. The elector may at this 31, 1928 that had been properly authorized o

first election of the City use a ballot for payment together' with o I
',' $603,812.45 upon which ballot the name of ,his accrued interest on bonds. .
:; .(.t Maintenance 14,725.89 or her candidate shall be written in Cash on Deposit in the several : o
, J' F.."'(, Other Charges: ink or pencil, typewritten or printed, funds, amounting to $9,484.12, was j
Organization 11388.16 and fold the ballot and deposit the reconciled with the balances reported o I jI I
.' ( Administration in to us ,by the depository banks. A
25915.11 same a ballot box in the o }
; presenceof o
;i" Financial 95:345.54: the inspectors, or two of them and Summary .of Deposits showing the
j' '. depositories of the various funds is
'. G such ballots shall be onsidered, le o
, included as a schedule of this report. .g.
132,648.81 gally sufficient j
'" without further for- o .

.. Payment, of 751,187.15-. ceiving malities.the The highest two number((2)) persons of votes re Deposit amounted Accrued, at interest to December$51.67 on and Certificate isv 31, shown 1928 of-, 'o A Hundred Thousand Crowns o 1 t r.

I Notes for the two-year term and the three under the
Payable caption Other Assets. o L.
,t Expenses- E. D. Barr 15,000,00 (3)) persons receiving the highest Reclamation Charges, in,, the sum For of !
L 4 Default 3,411.85 number of votes for the four-year of $163,909,81, are detailed in an at- G> a Lump Sugar o t "-

term shall 1 be respectively deemed tached schedule of this report. o ,
,to be elected as such Commissioners. 'Under the caption Account'I l
The said Commissioners so elected I able, we have included all paY-I o ""Magnificent! exclaimed the Doge ducing plants more resistant to con- oo t'
Total Disbursements shall invoices, salaries
1 } 769,599.00 ........::1 ..:I..u have__ the_._ same. __ status, powers I Tin on ...nA4-, *lt ss ,d.t.etc.. ,-.(that f 1'00"_had A... o as he gazed upon a glistening cone of ditions and ,higher in sugar content. I
ou.ULl anu snaIl organize them- wuk J'MftVt U| VA&tSAC4tC7 \JL VSUl' UUUllr* -
h :BALANCE ON DEPOSIT selves and be..the continuing ,At December 31, 1928 accrued in- o white sugar. "Let the grand award In 1921 there came a near-crisis I.

At Ending,F. DEANE. DUFF 103719.03 ate same authority as provided in said for municipality corpor-the the.terest district on, the Bonded amounted Indebtedness to $3,625.00 of o of one hundred thousand crowns in in the, American sugar-growing in- oo ; .;

,.. --Board-,of_Supervisors. constituted Commission the of five originally((5)) I This crued Is Account.The shown. under the caption Ac- o gold 1 be given to this worthy citizen dustry. Louisiana planters whose oo '' .::

members cease to, have excepting that they shall authorized bond issue of the .0 who has brought tcf our beloved Refamilies had enjoyed a profitable bus ::i

TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: themselves or to the power to reelect district is $600,000 of 6 per cent se- public this priceless invention." iness for many generations found \.
I will elect others
Introduce in the 1929, LegIslature thereafter be and rial bonds maturing from 1933 to Venice the middle that low and other o ,
sr a special or local bill, the sub first regularly elected on the 1957, of' which $145,000 are outstand- during ages was high costs, yields
stance of which is Monday after the First Monday : the troubles threatened the with
as follows: of the month I ing.Tax: great European center of the industry o :
..0 AN ACT TO AMEND SECTIONS of term of office preceding the expiration Levies for the years 1927 and trade and it is an historical fact extinction.. A conference of planters, o -;
wr THREE (3)), SIX ((6)) and SEVEN for which elected 1928 consist of Drainage Taxes sugar ;
(7) ,
,,,, O1' ARTICLE", 1 AND SECTIONS hereunder(4) and for full terms of four amounting to 45184.21, of which that near the end of the fifteenth century bankers and scientists resulted in the o, ;,

CLE ONE (1)III AND OF CHAPTER TWO ((2)) OF 10433 ARTI OF I years, disqualification each. In case,of resignation death, disability [13177.90$32,00.31 is for for Maintenance.Sinking Fund and o a Venetian citizen was awarded introduction of new seed stocks, the ,

THE LAWS OF FLORIDA OF 1925. such or removal of any Commissioner, Ypurs very truly >100,000< crowns for having invented so-called "P.O]." canes from Java. oo :
PROVIDING FOR AND 'CREATING vacancy in the Commission shall ERNST & ERNST. of ::
r THE CITY OF CLEWISTON be filled by the remaining commis o the art of making loaf sugar. This and the improvement planting -

AMENDED BY CHAPTER 12616, AS OF rules sioners for the unexpired term. The cessIt was some years ago that the pro and conversion methods have o .,;

THE LAWS OF FLORIDA OF 1927. and regulations for the registration Balance at Beginning of refining was brought to brought remarkable increases in production .
BE IT ENACTED; BY' THE LEG- of voters, and rules, laws and RECEIPTS. FROM sugar ; o ;
c ,ISLATURE OF FLORIDA: 'regulations f 0,11', h o 1 din g and o ''Its present state of hear perfection. and a generally healthier o i :

Sec. 1, That Section Three ((3)), of tions certifying to elect CommilsnsioneresClandelfeoCr TAX LEVIES There seems to be little room ,for trend in the industry as a whole.
Article I of Chapter; 10433 of the Laws Annual Drainaere Tax $24,398.5SAL11 4 0 has ,
in the of the The South Coast
cl purposes, improvement quality ,
Florida of 1925, as amended ty shall be prescrIbed OF BONDS, ,
\I Chapter 12616 of the Laws of Floridaof by iston ordinance. of the said City of Clew i $145.000.00 Par..Value product. There 'is, however, much been an important factor in this de- .
1927, be and the same Is hereby the same not to be in conflict I Bonds Solt at 95. 137,750.00 0 Its and that of the o.o
amended, so that the said section In with the Constitution or laws of the INTEREST RECEIVED progress to be made in the methods velopment. story o.o \

said Article shall read as follows; State the of Florida or this charter of Accrued on Bonds o of growing sugar cane And the science Southern Sugar Company of Florida I .J:
"Sec. 2. That the initial said City: provided, however Before Sale '1,680.0 illustrated booklet
outlined in
authority In said corporate that no person shall be c o cultivating and breeding known are an ;; ,
municipality shan the right to vote deprived of TOTAL RECEIPTS 163,828.5 varieties of with the of which will be sent o !
be vested In a commission consisting} No on account ot sex:. o ? cane object pro- upon request. ;.
of five (5)) persons, all of whom must tion person shall be eligible for elec- o I
be citizens of Florida; provided, how- as Commissioner under this Section !
ever, that the Mayor, the Commis- and resident who ia not a qualified elector'. DECLAMATION DISBURSEMENTS FOR DAHLBERG SUGAR CANE INDUSTRIES o i r

sioner of Public Works, and the City freeholder of the said o
City of In Process: .
Clewistpn d 1 J
Clerk each In -
addition to being citizens Construction $ 93,015.6 .
of Florida, shall also be residents Sec. 7. After the first election provided Engineering 13,322.3 6 o.IIIIIIIII ,I .

and electors of the City of for herein to be held, the an- Equipment,, 250.0 0
Clewiston. The persons who shall nual election of the City of Clewiston .
compose the first commission here 'shall be held on the first '''Tuesday 107,087.9 COAST o ,

under shall be F. Deane Duff, R. Y. after the first Monday of the month Maintenance 9,671.7 6 :MiTT/ad 'lan al Fens. lagaaa u> Mil taJPlmMitnt in FterijaEtecutirc !I '::
O: Patterson, and Malcolm W. Bigg, who preceding that In which the term, of Other Charges: o I; ':
shall each'serve as commissioners,, for l any of the Commissioners shall ex Organization 3,343.7( _', I o
four years, and Jules M. Administration 21,651.0 Q
Burguieres pire. Any person who shall possess .. :
4' and F. E. Bryant who shall'each the qualifications of an elector under Financial 12,690.0 tt o \

serve as commissioners for twp years. the general laws of the State of Florida 0o -
i 4 The said'F.. Deane Duff shall be the governing elections and shall BALANCE Total Disbursements ON'' DEPOSIT 154,344.4, Offices 645 North MIdupra A rrnue.a Icajo o -
Mayor, the said R Y. Patterson shall have resided within the territorial AT ,ENDING9,484.12 -

be Commissioner of 'Public 'Works, limits of said City for six' months preceding .P. DEANE DUFF President, ,
and the sold Malcolm W. Bigg shall I
the, election, and shall have Board of Supervisors.

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Mrs. Gann after .the ambassador'swives. mill> hands were still .on a strike. asked the navy to send a ship to Ufo e:

I # L'.aBel'le News'"II Mexican state of Similoa. 1233 per

v ,Friday April 5, 1929Elizabelhtown. wits to :prospect for oil and gas in
Thursday, April 4, 1929
A great flare Maine
,. ; up were revoked The rebels Ip;
..Jacksonville. JOG Haywood, well
has been produced the
over Mexico and
!"a their bombing ),
erett hotel motored to Immokalee The Daugherty Brothers are the known deputy sheriff in Jacksonville labor trouble here which is the two another warning was sent. I
County Attorney Rider, who has was shot and, killed when riding in abductions of labor .
Monday and Tuesday where he is proud owners of a new Whippet four officials.
spent most of his days and part of this an automobile with a young lady. Jaurez. Ge.scobar.'s
... having his house painted. sedan which they purchased trool13succeeded
'' the nights working on the deeds and week Chicago. Nathan F. Leopold father in cutting the federal army

descriptions furnished by the state Paris. Ambassador Herrick's of Leopold, died today. into two parts .

road department surveyors, reports Mrs. Evan Magill who has been body traveled west on a train to the
\ / R.N.. Miller and sr.
that practically all of the deeds havebeen of the Petteo cottagesfor ocean where it will board the French
staying in one are building a new filling station on, New York. A seven months old Bastonla, S. C. Rioting ail
secured for road No 25 and have few weeks left Frjday cruiser. Large numbers turned
the last Bridge street south of the LaBelle out to baby was smothered in its cradle on demonstrations occured when tho
r been turned to Clerk Tom Hull Thomasville Ga., and ': see his
over .
for funeral
afternoon a farm near here by big
this a
Cash store. R N. Miller will run I cat. largest textile mill was forced to
who has much of his time recording I
Indiana. __
filling station himself and we hope. close because of a strike and the national

i them. he is very successful. Charlotte. Thursday the 1500 Washington. Secretary, Stimson J guard were called out.
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County Attorney H. A. Rider, clerkof -
forest fire destroyed the groveof
the circuit court Tom Hull and '
Jim Blount four miles east of La RadioNews
chairman of the board of county commissioner -
t1' Belle Most of the trees look as if ;" ,, ':" ..t.. :" "
Will Murray motored to -S.--
Fort Myers Thursday to secure some they are dead and others aro dying 13 1929 J' 1' t .
'td 'wi leaving only a few not' touched, For- Wednesday, April > > .'' ,
deeds from citizens of Lee county for \ ,
est fires have been raging all over Mexico City.-Another crushing de :
road No. 25. i ; .. s ; A'V. En
P 4 this section and a serious fire occurred feat was suffered at Laraformer Wed- .'' 1 .'. ;'? --
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Tom Hull's daughter wastaken to In Alva Sunday but did no nesday by the rebels which made'heavy /; ;: .

damage.East and south of aLBelle casualities and those not killed ... .
the Lee County hospital Monday to '; : : ,; : ": :i;r.'. N -
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the woods, are all afire from forest were taken prisoner General Es ...
,.' be operated on for appendicitis.
fires but no damage was caused by cobar's army was In full retreat Wednesday
''F or'the future with the Clewiston Home Association
the fires except- the- .Blount grove- Building ;
Mrs. Bauers. entertained the Queen Washington -- President Hoover .
Esther Bible class of the Methodist Two of the leaders of the Repub- shook hands ,with 1750 visitors who -Interest paid on investments as small as 50 cents

lican party, J. W. Christie and aJs.
church last Thursday afternoon. passed through the White House today "
) L. Nicholson, received a wire from ...,. (.
with week. .. .
The meeting was opened Mrs. ,
first Representative Louis O. Gravely, requesting -I .per ,-'r""t.,..,. r h ..*. -.,-. -M,-. ... .... '.?..._..',5 :. ?I.{.,..f..9...
Heroy giving the ninety psalm, ,
the meaning in such their presence in aTllahassee. ,.-' H '. : '
signifying a
left Chicago. While one painter r > ;::
They 'Monday noon. l"
as to help those In fear. Mrs. Edwards
the and killed beforea : :
to ground was : .
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sang "Not half has yetbeen 1 ., ,.,. :. :.< ... "
told" which was sung beautifully. Mrs H. A.. Bestor, of Clewiston, mass of people when a scaffold ,../f :;i..r: :ti:..}).:.... '>..." .rJ.ti -S '.: MAIL COUPON NOW
broke, the other hauled himself up .: ; ,t : ,'; '" .
Mrs. Addicks gave a reading. "The formerly of LaBelle motored to La ,'- .;t': ; T'i :
1\ I(. Belle four flights to safety.Jacksonville : ; 'L5 : :"r..I''' ,
-' little things of life,". Mrs. Barton Tuesday; : ; \ :: ; : CLEWISTON HOME BUILDING AS't.t..i -

,, Hall and Mrs. Addicks a pin duet. ; '.. 'f' '.:.'.;...s.'ttht'. ; r SOCIATION.
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Frank for ;
Daughetry left Monday "Vo Clewiston, Fla.
A .f.J
reading by Mrs. Nicholson entitled ;
. home from school in Jacksonville .. ,.it :" ,
I It "A perfect day.'* Tallahassee where he will be one of "' : !.
the bidders on the state road department for wearing sun back dresses. l. '.. :<:. J- .../: I." r Gentlemen I am interested in
After the .
program a delicious plate \' .
:, : your easy plan for saving. Without
road 25 from Clewiston to '
;.'t- luncheon was served consisting of oN.. Cur : .>:. :r ;r,: I'.,. i:. ;..' .. obligation to me, please send me, full
LaBelle the bids to be let Wednes- Washington. Vice President j, '. .
fruit salad bread '' \ '
nut Angel food I .r: ':; : : J: : : information.
day. tis has opposed the ruling to seat '
cake and coffee. 1 -'

The guests were Mesdames E. E. '####" #" '-#" #" ##I" #" ##" #'" ,,##" ," ': ::: : Name ..". ; : .. ..

'I Edwards, A.L.. Ttylor, J. P.Pfaff. ::-...a': :,:.i' ,.; :, ( Address .:..::=:::::::::::::::::.::i..::::::::::::::..:::::

Barton Hall, A. Henrickson. Mary ?:; : ,

Dryer, Dddie May Magill, Frank'' aM- : : ,

cS. :f.*. Mrs.gill, oJhn Nicholson Magill and, Crowe Miss, Bookwalter.Heroy, and YOUR APPEARANCE COUNTS ::'i,

A delightful afternoon was enjoyedby : \


__ Judge Carl Bekemeyer! and Mr.and. We are proud of the fact that we have

Mrs. Nicholson motored to 'Fort. My- Clewiston Florida
ers Thursday on business. .

I Ir'1 I helped to make Clewiston a thriving city.

Mrs. Evan Magill, Mr. and Mrs. : I

Geo. W. Pettee and George Loveland :

'Pettee were visitors in Fort Myers :4 We are pioneers in the Barber Business.
Thursday on business. .

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JOHN P.PFAFF. DECEASED : -. :.<,:f\ }<'*..,t.* .' -. '_" :"';': .1.\<'

One more of LaBelle's well known : . -IT PAYS ," .
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and respected citizens passed away :

at his home in the LaBelle Lodge :
4 .. : \
. early Monday morning.Mr.. Pfaff was To patronize our shop.CLEWISTONIS '
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,:'; ;'. a retired banker from Texas. He was : S .. . .!. '::": '.' '11.:" :';. .. .>/ti.'_ ; : J.i: .- :h' ,.::.: :< ..;, ,; '.:-;:.. .

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. '" W liked and respected by all of the citizens : '
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., : a not beforgotten for the kind deeds he I : PIONEER BARBER SHOP
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d fr'I has done. He : 'l
.. : was scoutmaster of the '.
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-; : Superintendent of the ,.. '

:'r"A, :}..:'.-to. LaBelle Methodist liens Bible class Clewiston Florida I.: :, / (,: HOT DAYS 'i.;; .. Pi: "

and was one of the best' Bible teachers .... 01'd-; ..... :
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in the state very few equalling i : .

J him. He will long be remembered by ._ ##" #'I#" " #'#" '##" '#" #" '#':" ,." ,#" ...I.' '. <':.J'
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ago Mr. Pfaff complained f .. .

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taken to a doctor in Fort .
Myers : ? '. : .,
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where his r : ': : : "
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case ** : .
was diagnosed :
as a '
,p.;. weak heart. He came' back and was ; { ',...,'(. r/ .. >,. 'A"::.. ,'1.,> !. BE / : ,. ..';\ .:

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r feeling much better continuing to : ; : .
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I ... teach his Bible class to the day be- : : :; :. '" :' ; \ 'S t :;' .' : ; HERE
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fore he .. ; : :
morning passed he complained away. Early of Monday severe .' :t?yif< : '.. < ,; : : : : \: .

pain and a physician '
was sent for

from Alva immediately but failed to I :I WHY COOK AT HOME :'" !, Why Worry about getting your' meals i in. a.hot stuffy,

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arrive In time. : .]. kitchen. .
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Mr. Pfaff's remains were taken to .

the Englehardt Funeral parlors in

Fort Myers the funeral taking placeat I I It is not necessary to spend your Sundays in ahot We have a..few electric ranges in several sizes at an

two p.m. eWdnesday, a large groupof t "

LaBelle citizens attending. I kitchen when you can have a chicken dinner i unusual attractive price. ..

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L; Carl Bekemeyer and Miss Edna Dry save you many worry .

..; er motored to Clewiston Saturday '. .' \'JThe :'-', .:':-'.' .. ; lighten your work during the summer months. Instant '

spending the day with Mrs.H.. A. ii' .heat at low-cost one of the features of an electric range.

Bestor. .

u Hotel v <<
A group of popular LaBelle ladies Watanabe Use one of our electric toasters for .cooking. your

motored to Okeechobee City Friday -1 ,
meals-real "
where they spent the night with :. morning bargains .. .< ., .

friends motoring to Palm Beach MRS. CLAUDE DOWNS, Manager. .. ,, 't ," ;, ...... 9 :
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where they were shopping visitors : .
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.;.: A.. L. Taylor, and iMssess SIgny Hen-: -IL -
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rickson Henderson., aJne Henderson- ,and Mary ; 'I CLEWISTON BUILDING MATERIAL COMPANY;: : : "

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T' '. son while Mrs. Taylor was away from I ,., .. .
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1.. ; Mr. .and Mrs. George W. ePttee ;' 't :

and George Loveland Pettee were .
,visitors at Bonito Springs Beach and .. 1 1 f' : Y4 ,
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Sunday. :
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E. E. Edwards, manager of the Ev- I ,
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I :-Bv- ., The Way- Have You Heard-, the easily central possible section over of the Florida new is road now CLEWISTON TO GUIDE CO WORK. I next ward year.to an equally, successful season I j I General Washington Pershing- It may Is rumored succeed ,Herrick that-

f --- from Mains Corners west of Moore AT CANAL POINT "The age-old empresslon that the as ambassador to France. I .

', i Leonard S. Ames spent a day livYest 1 and In that event he will seek t o Haven. The state has also taken overt -- Everglades is a 'dense: tropical jungle

Palm Beach last week on busl. amend it If necessary in the interest the road from Moore Haven to Clew- (Continued from Page 1)) has been erased and i people of

\ of the Florida flood control problems. iston and has instructed the state the north, particularly those in Washington Saturday, April 6, 1929 zitt. ,y ;

His bill for this purpose which pass. engineer to keep it passable, thus, getting a permanent preservative for seem to be well aware of the i I Mexico City. The so called re- .fi

.Mr. and Mrs. Carl Berner. spent the ed the senate and died in the bODSEalong affording the Clewiston section a network the hard surface on the marl streets agricultural and industrial possibilities llglous Insurgents are causing much .;

..trek end at Lake Placl with the Drane and the Sean i of roads which upon completion 'and to eliminate dust. of this section." trouble to the federal government.Naco .

'- bills has no legislative status as fai will afford easy access to any section On Clewiston streets a local marl
Mrs. William -. G. Ames returnedTuesday as the coming congress Is concerned, of the state. rock Is used for base Instead of the
: FOURTH Arizona. A shot fired
; Fletcher is of the opinion I Ocala rock. It GAME OF was'
from her summer home i In Senator ;: Is the aim to developthe

Cold Spring on the. Hudson, N. Y.,, that if the special session? fails t best possible road built of local BRIDGE TOURNEYIS I between the Mexican rebels and U.

ivjiere: she spent the past few weeks. pass a rivers nnd harbors or a 0DELANEY l BALKS rock because of the abundance of PLAYED HERE S. soldiers; The Mexicans opened fire

control bill before adjournment, ,the AT ACTION OF this material in the the Clewiston and the U. S. returned It. Fiftyeen

Mrfast and Mrs.-WIlber D. Cole left proposed Florida legislation Is sure I' COMMISSIONERSContinued I section. (Continued from page 1) sacks each containing five bombs

where in bill to" be reported .t In connection with local beautifi- were found along the railroad tracks.
week for Topeka, Kas., to be 'incorporated a ( from page 1)) I

..' they will ,spend the next few 'months. out and' passed during the cation work it was also announcedthat positions, .....

1 ( next regular session which will convene which were in three different points. the small pond east of the Clew- The tournament standing Is now: New South Wales. The captainand

I W., E. Brooks of Lakeland who on the first Monday in Decem The approval of the minutes was iston Inn has been stocked with several North and South, crew of the Southern, Cross were

ppent the past few weeks visiting his ber. then voted on and after much discussion species of fish taken from Lake Mrs. C. A. Jackson, 316; C. A. ,Jack- forced down on an island 30 miles

Turner Brooks, mechAnical Okeechobee, and grass and small from Australia. ...

\ Brother Samuel and argument they were approved son, 211; Mrs. J. Beardsley, -86; ,
:) superintendent or'the Clew- by all the commissioners except trees-have been planted on the banks.
i L.
OUTLOOK BRIGHT S.Ames. 71; R. L. Simpson, 61;

{ ,;' Iston News, left last Friday for his FOR INCREASED Delaney. Mrs. Claude Downs, 61; J. 'E. Beards- Tallahassee. The trustees of the

i home. He was accompanied by Mr. DUTY ON SUGAR It was then decided to adjourn for CLEWISTON TOMATO ley5S; Mrs. T.V.. Watson? 26. Internal Improvement fund a going

t V and Mrs. Samuel Brooks and children noon. Several unimportant measures SHIPMENT T O East and West to ask the legislature. to enact a bill

I. \7ho spent the week end in, that city.i (Continued from page 1) came up in the afternoon.. R.Doty. : EXCEED 125 CARS 'Mrs. .G. B. Thomas, 587; S. S. Bear- providing that they may cooperate

--- came before the board stating his objections man, 587; Mrs. G. W. Gordon, 56; with the federal government in regard ..

i J. Kerr and Leland' Perkins that the duty on Cuban 96 test sugarbe to having tho state road de- (Continued from Page 1)) I Albert Backus, 45; W. 11.Giles. 22, to the drainage and flood con-
the week end in West Palm running the road throughhis ''
., increased to 2.40 cents'a pound and Dr. John Anderson 12. trol of Lake Okeechobee.
f ,Heath.I 40 acres near Belmont subdivision According to estimates made by lo- A business
: and that the duty on other foreign serves in proportion to

I" sugar'be' increased to 3 cents a pound. ., He explained to the county cal packers, there will be approxi- the support given'' it. Support is giv- Mexico City. Miss Annie Morrow i

i t{ Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Bigg spent the commissioners that this road would mately 50 cars handled at the Hooker is '
I I They also have asked for an increase en a business in proportion to the learning to fly well under. her fiance -
week end visiting Tampa, St. Petersburg -I cut off a strip of land which was not Packing house, a similar number at service it Colonel
j I on duty on blackstrap molasses with- Neither side should Lndberg.
'' and Clearwater. big enough to, do anything with and the Harvel
t Packing house and
an estimate -
I I out specifying the amount of the in- wait for the other' to start. .'
;1a. j crease. Another brief that asks for he wished that they would ask the of 25 cars at the Bare :Beach Naco._ Eighteen fighting planes 1

: B. C. Cole, assistant to B. G. Dahl- state road department to make this packing house.
an increase in the duty on both sug- arrived here today to patrol'border
berg and Paul Deam spent a few days into a four degree curve instead ofa Aside from the revenue'' to be returned Included in the list of handy
: with orders to shoot going
ar and 'molasses without designatingthe any plane
t al Tallahassee this week business.' two degree curve. to local growers it is estimated things around the farm may '''be the '
I amount of the increase was filed north of international border.
Mayor Doty explained that he did that payrolls for the packing sea- mortgage. 4
by the Associated Corn Products
I Captain F. Deane Duff returned not want to do anything to hamperthe son of approximately seven weeks
Manufacturers of the United States Sydned, Australlia. The crew of
: Monday from an extended business finishing of the road. He said will reach a total in excess of,30000. Trouble seldom comes sing'ly be-
"It will be seen from the above that tho Southern Cross have been ,found i
:'i; Trip to the north i in the interests ot that he would like a thousand dollars This inaddition to the steady payrolls cause it generally takes two to make (
there is a gratifying unanimity 50 miles from here on an Island, it is
fc ,V lie Southern Sugar company. from the county if the road was built of the sugar company will result it.
all the domestic sugar inter- reported. .
<, among
;,J. ------ through his property the way it is in an upward trend for local
ests in their appeal for a higher tariff -,
; R. Y. Patterson was in Canal Point ; now planned. The commissioners prosperity during the' next few The .,'
and they have been joined In this biggest boost you can give Washington. Secretary Stimson
J Tuesday on business. thought over it for some time and months and those who have studied '
appeal by the National Grange and I Clewiston is by trading in it, and has washed! his hands of the proper
j several suggestions were made the local situation see in the heavy I supporting
the American Farm Bureau Federa- by its institutions for seating of Mrs.. Gann and the diplomatic "
I 1 } Mr. nnd Mrs. Joseph Kettl accom- among those being for a well known tomato packing season the beginning
tion the most powerful agricultural I good. will
1 decide
*v ianled by their son John! spent the individual to purchase this land from of a brisk period of business which corpse tomorrow
United tSates.
organizations the
1 week end in West Palm, Beach. \ I Mr.Doty for reasonable price.An. will surpass even conditions of last
;; I The amount of increase asked for in --- n ea ,. arS
other suggestion was to close the old summer. '
from 2.40
the schedule varies
Professor and Mrs. Hollingsworth sugar road up and give it to Mr. Doty in ex- In support of this theory they point

,; Ol Lake Worth spent the week end cents a pound on Cuban 96 test sugar change for the now right of, way, but 'out that with the 'close of the tomato "IN AMERICA'S NEW SUGAR BOWL"
other for-
and 3.00 cents a pound on
: as the guests of Dr. and Mrs. F. L. it was finally decided to .''give the packing season the equipment for
?II. eign 96 test to 3 cents a pound ]I "
V a torn of Clewiston. Professor Hol- matter to the attention of the state I the new 2,500 ton a day mill additionwill .
Cuban 96 and cents 'a I ,
on sugar ,,.
,. liugsworth who is principal of the ,I engineer who is expected here some have beeii delivered and a large .

1 I, Lake Worth high school was high in pound on other foreign 96' sugar time this week. It was then decidedas construction crew busy with its installation '
"All of the briefs filed and all of : THE CLEWISTON INN
his praise of the work being done in there were no other matters to ; "v; '
:' \' the testimony given at the hearingsin r' ;
the northern Everglades by the Southern adjourn until Saturday, April 13. ,;; :
:',. ,. Washington January 21. and 22, __ On Lake Okeechobee :1' .'',: "
company. t : .
I 1929 which fills some 400 printed PLANS FOR CLEWISTON LAW MAKERS FACE f ':. \.; \

: pages is now being considered by the FLOOD CONTROL: .
I '
i The W. C. Hansons have purchased ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION :

a straight einght Hupmobile cabriolet committee on Ways: and :Means of the 1 BEING WORKED OUT M E.: Kynett, Manager
House of 'Representatives of which I (Continued from' page 1)) .

...: coupe. the representative from the Third I (Continued from page: 1)) *'-**I Clewiston.. ,: .. -> '" --_- Florida
: .
consideration <* ,
by congressional lead- ,
Louisiana district HonW .
Congressional .
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Crow and family .
that unless there is thorough coop- ers now. After this step has been accomplished t ,
; have moved Into ,an apartment in P. :Martin is a member. I ,
eration on the part of the people of the next step Is a ques- OPEN
Ventura "A sub-committee composed of Rep- ALL YEAR
the new Schult apartments on Clewiston the plans for the local ath- tion that puzzles the law makers.
f Howard resentatives Timberlake of Colorado,
avenue. Their children letic association cannot be carried It is probable, according ''to state
Bacharach of New Jersey and Watson .
:":, and Marilyn entered the Clewiston out, but it was the consensus of opinion house information that there will be I ,.
of is especially
hchool, last. Monday.II. among those present that such an no definite framing of legislation for -
I charged with the formulation of the
',, ___ The association pro p e rly functioning flood relief as far as naming the
and molasses
L. Rogers of LaBelle was in sugar schedules would be a decided asset to the com- amount necessary for the work is .

... Clewiston on business Wednesday. report of the committee on Ways and concerned until after ) ': c '' '
munity joint '
a meetingof
"" ------ Means will be forthcoming when Congress the canal and \ ; : : : : : 1 :4' "
Members of the original group are drainage_ committeesof J, +( \ r
assembles in April. In the mean- ,
7 '
: ,
: ,
: ,
; ; "
:; ,x Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Poche have pur circulating petitions through the the two houses with the internal ;: ; :
time the American Sugar Cane Lea- ,
chased a new Pontiac convertible community this week in an effort to Improvement board ,"
gue through its Washington office ,' ,
-coupe. determine how many people are in-
', and through former Senator Porter,
(" ------ terested in the plan as outlined. .According DUFF SEES TREMENDOUS
co-author of the Fordney-McCumber '4
; Major Clark J. Lawre'nce of Palm to latest reports the plan CHANCE IN NORTHERNOUT
tariff bill, whom the eLague has re-
.; Bleach was a business visitor in was being enthusiastically endorsed. LOOY ON STATE
:' tained watching every develop- I ANOTHER PROSPEROUS SUMMER
Cfewiston Wednesday. I With a sufficient number of people _
ment closely and meeting every; shiftin
interested, the permanent organ- (Continued from page 1) .
I the situation as it arises.
; Oslen. Lundberg spent a few, days ization will be perfected, the estimate \ "
"On March IS members of the tar- : "\. : .
::a': '-'' ,'" ,
in Miami last week.WILLIAMSON 5 r. '
., report of Mr.Owen. on the con ter playground of the nation. The :; ,
iff committee of the League'confer- : ,, .
struction of the tennis. courts and prosperity of the past season Indicates "
red in New Orleans with Mr. S. II. ,. .
swimming pool studied and ways and this and judging from the conversation ,
SEES Love of Utah, president of the Unit-
:J means of raising the necessary funds of the :man on the streetin
HIGH OFFICIALS ON ed States Bee Sugar association and, .
I decided the north, this state look for-
i FLOOD.ONTROL. with Messrs. W. Petriken. of: oCl- t Is assured for this section through the activity "

orado and G. McCormick. of Michigan -

(Continued from page 1)) members of that organization of the Southern Sugar Company. ; .

and the harmonious efforts it is so ; .. ,.
." .

of the Florida Flood Control association desirable to exert' are being. fully '., ';', : ," .' :...... ;, .
-. ; that he spent several days in maintained' ... -',, ICE .' ..; '

; Washington t. I

;' His activities at Washington were
BIDS FOR WORK stores and apartments are needed to
: reported in the following news dispatch For Dining
", from that city: house industrial workers ..
Washington-F. L; Williamson pres- ROAD OPENED Rooms and ''making Clewiston

Iflent of the Florida Flood Control association RestaurantsRefreshing today the field
greatest for
(Continued from page 1) | opportunity i n -
is in Washington for t he

purpose of submitting certain facts In the entire South. ;'
soon as the grade is completed and : '
: :
>t.:.: ;, ;..' ... ,
and data to the chief of army engineers __ < 'j' > ;" t'
.1 the bridges constructed. "h': ,
and other government officials '. .
; .
Work will,be started as soon as the :< r ,
respecting contemplated legislationby ) .' .E; ;r. 'r..:. :
r contractor contract' is ; I
to whom the .
congress for 'the control of the -C ; it\ I l
awarded can get his equipment to the : i t LI
'. Hood waters of Lake Okeechobee "
J scene of work and it is probable that to every diner is a v;. ,.- .:: ) ; ,.
r and contiguous region.. Mr. William- :< frosted glass of water chilled with ..:! ., ,., I
.i.-- : i'r''i.. ; .
Bon la interested primarily in the there will be a direct road from Clew- I I crystal.clear'lce.We ,. ; .:,..,; r ,- ." '",t to,. J' t

; proposal that j iston to LaBelle before the end of I .
r the federal government -' specialize serving dining

assume tho cost of the entire construction the summer. rooms and restaurants with pure, ;. For Detailed Information
project Construction of the new road will clear, solid Ice through our write .

In his report several months ago be another link in the network of dependable delivery system.

roads started or completed in the Large buyers of Ice can make {
la the house committee flood
: on con- substantial savings by using our
: trol, General Edgar Jadwin chief of, northern Everglades section duringthe Ice Coupons. l CLEWISTON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

r army engineers estimated that the past year, and it is believed will

ti work- proposed would involve an expenditure attract considerable tourist motor lJ (:;. :- Clewiston Florida

.. of about $10,000,000 and of traffic to this section .

Oils sum he recommended that the Completion of the new stretch of ---- FOOD '- < ,

.I federal government pay $4,000,000nnd Sugarland highway will eliminate the i FLAVOR WITH ICE AMERICA'S NEW SUGAR BOWL" I

tho state of Florida $6,000- necessity ot motorists traveling '"
pay MONEY ..
; '; : -
000 through Moore Haven to reach the i. \." : ,, .; .. .- ', .,<. .,
P ow : ; ; .'' I "
ER tt
: 1! '
Mr. Williamson purposes that con- west end of Ilendry county and will A 0 ./ : :> '," .. .
5.' :
gress authorize an appropriation to effect a saving of some 15 miles of 0 Cv y : ; :* .

cover the whole course and it Is travel. '.. ., ,

along this line he is moving. It is With this work to be started within DEPARTMENT i r

probable Senator Duncan TT Fletch the next few weeks -
and with the construction C
.., 0 MPA N
er stated that the special session of work on the stretch ot high- _# t tT

congress which will convove April: 15: way across the state from Fort My f

pill pass a rivers and harbors bill ers to Palm Beach, while travel t 0< .



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