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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 19, 1929
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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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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VOLUME 3-NO. 17 CLEWISTON FLORIDA FRIDAY APRIL 19. 1929 =-. ". PRICE 6 CENTS :

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: "V. I EW" S. BANDIT TRI 0 Ladies, Aid WillSponsor Minstrel HUFFMAN GETSCONTRACT Group Plans Will For Study Local CLEWISTON TURNS"EYES


a Show May 1 and 2 Athletic A ss'n.'

ON THE ADMIT I THEFT I ,I FOR TO SESSION

Plans for a. minstrel show to be< Enthusiastically!? endorsed by the

1 I given on Wednesday and Thursday. people of Clewiston, the, plan for the '
W OF LOCAL CAR NEW ROAD WORK IN'VJASHINOTONSugar I I
II JiCd Q} T May 1 and .2 by the Ladies Aid society A.., I organization of the Clewiston Athletic -

of the Clewiston Community association was turned over this!
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,.: BY TOM SMITH I church were announced this week by: week to the original committee for '

,, ; I Patterson Car Bandits I Mrs. William G. Ames president qf Construction of Clewis- working out details. It is expected Tariff, Farm Re

'. ':': Dr. E. W. Brandes chief pathologIst Caught ,in Tampa Confess the society.. ton LaBelle Stretch. that a month or two will be spentIn lief and Flood Control .

:;:,- : for the U. S.: Department of, agriculture to Kidnaping Local I A peppy program of songs, din. 'To Start Soon, 'the work so that no time will, be ,Are, Three Matters Of
lost when it is decided to forward
0 n a n I Ilogues and dances has been arranged! 'go

F'.. Brandes airplane Inspection Man and StealingHis ,. and according to the rehearsals which I with the organization.. Those to whom Impbrtance To This i
Contracts for the first steps in the<
Pleasedtrip of sugar cane Car. have been conducted for, the past ,.the matter was referred are O. L. Jef- Section. .
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i n tho northern ,I'week, ,there is every indication that construction of the Sugarland. highway fries, Mrs. William Cecil Owen, Saj '

a:I Everglades. said. that the activities\ o[ it will be one of the most successful from the Hendry-Palm 'Beach Woodham, J. Yenowine, A. J. 'Chenet, Clewiston turned its attention this'' ;
Less than a weak after three: bandits to La
county line through Clewiston
in this I sponsored by the church so- :J. Robins, Herbert Blate and S. J S.
events week to ,
expected
Southern Sugar company Washington where it Is -
.J; the had held up R. Y. Patterson, 1 10- Belle were awarded by, the, state .high, Bearman.The .
ectlon''constitute tho first really the Southern Sugar that congress In the extraordinary
cal official of ; ciety.William way department late last week to the
", sound development in Florida. I Cecil Owen is to be ,Inter- plan was first discussed a session called ''by President ,
sugar
company and stoled his new sedan._ R. 'C. Huffman Construction company '
\ of in- locutor and the end will be Ed week'ago when the possibility of thorganization's .
\ Dr.. Brandes a sugar authority the trio were caught In Tampa and men who were given two contracts and to 1 Hoover_ will take steps along farm relief -
," Butler Roy Miner L. A. Morgan, jr., sponsoring the construction -. )
has and tariff
\\ ternational reputation seen sugarcane confessed. They will be brought backto R. B. Steward of 'Fort Myers. The measures. greatly bene- ,
r producing and O. L. Jeffries. Others in tho circle of two tennis courts and aswimming' this '
: in virtually every sugar LaBelle for prosecution.I I work includes the'clear hi.g', grading fitting section of the northern ; ;
: country In the world and his : will be J., E. Beardsley Glenn pool was considered A Everglades. :_
Last 'FrIday night about 7:30
and the construction 'of
grubbing and "
praise of local conditions is gratify- o'clock as Mr. Patterson ,entered his Heard, B. M. Beach, Wickham, Dr. drainage structures. The entire cost I community and in less' than a ,few Delivery of President Hoover's '
who has John Anderson, Pete Wilson, 'Dick '''C. petition was circulated through the -1
the
Tho noted pathologist I message was feature of the first ,
ing. to drive from the curb into his .
car of
of the work wilPbe $}27,651.22; _
Everglades Miller, Mrs. G. Lawton Sims, Mrs:, days was filled with a list of names week of the session
-. -visited, the northern the which opened ;
garage, .two men appeared and at which the Huffman, company will gelS6,859.0T
lore, says that the.activIties here lookbetter 'A. Backus, Miss, Marian Leydig, Miss representative of the progressive people last, Monday. The President's-message : -
point of a gun forced Mr. Patterson $ and Steward of Fort My .
., time' he sees B. Kettl, Mrs. W.' C. Owen with Mrs., of Clewiston. ,
: to him every I was unusual for its brevity and
to turn over his keys and money; f ers will get ?4069216. Work will be
them. Thus the activities of, B. G.,, tonneauof Bert Tubbs at the piano At, a meeting last Tuesday night the directness recommended to congressthe
then ordering him into the I
'started within the next two weeks.
Dahlberg and his associates appear the drove town. Lest I Other features of the minstiel will matter was referred back to the original creation of a federal farm board 'r
car through
awarded dw '
Although the contracts
ton an expert in the sugar industry. I be buck and wing dances by Pete committee to seriously study the, with authority and resources to rem- : :1
be. the
they recognized, they forced of
not call for the paving the Clewis-
well qualified to speak Wilson and 0. L. Jeffries, and a Charleston matter and if deemeu advisable to ',
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Dr. Brandes I edy recurring causes of depression in :
local official to lie on the back seat
ton-LaBelle stretch, It is believed 'th'atthis
,ry, r -on sugar cane and that he is veIl 'Yhile'one of the bandits crouched othe exhibit by Miss Boncile Stone work, out details. in the agricultural Industry and a "
. contracts for this work will be
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pleased with the operations here floor with_ revolver cocked. and Miss Jerry Jeffries. There will limited revision. of the tariff with a
a
that startedas
f awarded so it can be
should be heartening to those who( Stopping at the school house wherea :also be several numbers 1 by a string CANE EXPERT reorganization of the tariff commis .
soon as fne work for<<; 'walch can:
of quartette. '
are responsible for the amount sion.
Chevrolet touring, car was parked, tracts were ,awarded last week, 'is
4 work done.Meeting' they were joined by the third member "There should be no fee or tax Im '
completed. It Is 'also_ believed 'that HIGH IN PRAISE
posed on the farmer," President Hoover -;
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of the trio, a woman. FLOOD CONTROL bids will be ,advertised in the near _
." 't said and explained that the gov '
In Miami last Tuesday, From here the party proceeded future for the .codstr'uction of the OF LOCAL
through town to the muck where "- WORK ernment funds should be furnished
road, from
members of the Florida Flood Cont Sugarland highway LaBelle to
": without asking Mr. Patterson the direction GROUP only upon application of the farmer'
r o 1 association STUDIES the Lee county line. ,
owned and controlled agencies.
f' J Flood ,. made final plans they proceeded apparently acquainted This, together with ,the .construction Dr. F. W. Prandes SaysTh1s
'. with : Concerning the tariff rates revisionIt
road conditions. Near
Controlfor the presentation : work now nearing completion on

;. of. data on the the; :Miami locks .they stopped the car COMPilED DATA the Clewiston-South Bay stretch, will Is Fir t Sound was the expressed opinion of the .:'',!

'.. and after a hurried conference ordered -, president that the test was mainly
.. Everglades in connection with the give motorists a direct paved route Sugar Development
( whether' there had been substantial
ti, problem of flood control on Lake Patterson from the car and told across this section'of the' state from i a
slackening of activity in an industry f
him
)Okeechobee both to the federal authorities to return to town. President Calls Special Fort Myers to Palm Beach, and! will\ 'Dr. E. W. Brandes chief patholc
,Arriving here : during the past few years and a con- ,
shortly before eleven
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in Washington and to the bring Clewiston within easy driving I gist of the U. S. Department of Agriculture -
o'clock he. Meeting! in MiamiTo I sequent decrease of employment due '
sounded the
alarm and
state officials at Tallahassee. This ,wos4
organization distance of both the east and :: I stopping at Clewiston las :
to insurmountable competition in the i
,.,, under. the capable, direction (Please turn to Page 6)) Check Work (Please turn! to Page 6)LOCAL ) Thursday 'on an airplane inspection] products of that industry. -

: of F. L. Williamson of Clewiston I I trip of the sugar cane lands in the r
Another matter which Clewistonites :
;t ', is to be congratulated for the work With the extraordinary session of northern EverEglades_ said that the .
LOCAL WOMEN TO i are anxiously hoping will be brought ','
?<' It has accomplished during the past congress convened in Washington and MERCHANTS operations, of the Southern, Sugar :
before the special session is the problem -
;.:, few months. Immediately ,following with the state legislature in sessionin company is the first really sound sugar -

; the visit of President Hoover plans FORM PLAN FOR I Tallahassee, both: of which bodies MEET AT WATANABE development_ in Florida. of flood control on Lake Okee-
at:: c&obee and they believe in view of ,::'
-, were made for the organization and i have expressed their interest in, tho' I Accompanied by P. "G.: Bishop, operating ,
the Interest shown
here a few monthsago
@ in less than a few weeks the association COMMUNITY HOUSE solution of the flood control problem ,vice president ,of the Southern .
TUESDAYNIGHT
ON by President Hoover, and a year
was functioning smoothly gath- of Lake Okeechobee, F., L. William- Sugar!: company, Dr. Brandes flew ago by members of the CongressionalRivers -,

ering important data on this section son, president: of the Florida '''Flood over, every section of the Southern
and Harbors committee cou-
to be, present at Washington to-portray Auditorium and Control association called a special Please turn to 6Commissioners '
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Gymna- Several ,Matters of Importance page pled with the report of Major Gen't;
-, 'f'- a true picture of what Is hap meeting in Miami Tuesday when ,pre- -
""'1., sium Would Speed eral Edgar Jadwin: chief .of U. S. ,
,: : pening in Florida. Definite action has liminary work done by the organization ScheduledFor

f'.':'.,,:',. not ,yet been taken"'by; Washington, on Community GrowthIs was checked 'and plans complet- 'Discussion 1 >< (Please turn, to page 6)) _
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.. the problem of flood; control, but BeHeved sd1; for ,the presentation of,, ,the flood Ord P" Work nn\ ,

'...' 'j.: '' when it is, and it probably will be, control problem both \at Washingtonand Members of the Clewiston Better Bridge torte MOORE HAVENITE

the jFlorida Flood Control, association Clewiston will have a community Tallahassee. Immediately following Business, League composed of merchants -! -- -
. ',' ;' ;must be given the major, part of the center the meeting Mr. Williamson re- of. the' Clewiston N pedal)
", including club house, auditorium and professional men ( ws KILLED BY AUTO
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::-i':, ,, credit. gymnasium and other athletic< turned to Clewiston and; left Wed- community: will meet ,next Tuesday LAB LLE. At>r. 18.-On Saturday: .

anilities if the the nesday noon. for Tallahassee.Since Watanabe hotel to form fhe comity 'ssioners met as --- -' >
: ;: : i plans started by < night in the I Comm /
' ; : Merchants Woman's club of Clewiston the organization of<<; the Flood increasing summer business had been previously agreed upon ata I
of the; Clewiston Better I : a few ,plans, for Fourteen, Year Girl /
fl- Old "
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, : ': Business League will meet next months ago are successful., it was announced Control association a few months ago I, discuss the mannerof, cooperating special joint session of, the Glades: / v' (!
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, "' I by officials of that organization have club in cnmmis'li' nprs. Dies #Accident, t' .
: Tuesday to discuss I yesterday Mrs. William, 'with the Woman's securing :and Hendrv county ''J'

;-": '{., Merchants among other G. Ames., done wonderful work in bringing to a community.center: or club house The meeting was called: at twtj'clock Saturday ,Night '-

'" Meetingsthings, plans for' More;( than two months ago the plan the attention of government officials for the community ,and' transact any with Commls< ion?rs Stewart,

t*' I Increasing summer'I for a community clubhouse, which at Washington the importance, of, the other new business to come' before Hurray and, Maddox present and two Miss Mary Smith fourteen year old

t business. As explained by the president would serve as a meeting place not Everglades and the necessity of the I the board, it was announced ',yesterday of the Glades, county commissioners; Moore Haven. ,girl. died.; Saturday

!' C. V., Parkinson, a summer of only for the Woman's club but for all federal government's action in solv- by Cecil V., Parkinson, 'presidentof the' purpose beint to onen hMs for I night a few hours\ after she had been

I prosperity: is assured through the civic social and athletic associationsin ,'ng the flood control problem: in Lake the organization., he: repair of Caloosahatchee. struck by an automobile ,driven by

'r- steady payrolls of the Southern Sugar town was brought before, the Worn )keechobe Among other matters which it is bridge at LaBelle. Being that a QUOrum P. Hendry also of Moore;: Haven. The

' company and the increased business en's club by Mrs. Ames and heartily The association was formed as the believed will come before the association of the Glades county commissioners accident happened on the Moore Ha-

t= move is more to encourage more endorsed by the members.No result_ of comments made by Congressman for discussion is the proposed were not present there being ren-LaBelle road within the town

',, buying; at home, ''less mail order bus. publicity was given the matteras Frank Reid, chairman of'he "nuisance tax" measure which is a only two it ,was necessary to adjourn limits .of Moore Haven. The girl was

" ., mess and fewer out of town shopping it was decided by the women that flood control committee of ,the i bill .to be submitted to. the state legislature the meeting until Monday.On attended by the Moore Haven physician

., excursions. A representative' gathering the better plan would be to sense the house at a dinner given, in honor of calling for a two 'per cent Monday shortly after three the but was beyond help and dieda

,' has been present at all of the feeling of the community toward suchan President Hoover at the ClewistonInn. tax on virtually every retail article' two boards of county commissioners few hours!. later. Interment, was in

meetings of the local association undertaking before going forward'ith old. reconvened and shortly the bids were he Ortona cemetery. Hendry was arrested -

since It was organized a few months the definite project. Speaking of the efforts of ,the peo- Merchants of the West Coast, some opened. The qonract being awarded.I in connection with the accl- .

ago and tho merchants were quick Personal canvass of the town revealed (Please turn to 'Page 6) Please turn to page 6 to the Gulf Construction company oiiort I dent. \

to realize the advantages of uniting.A a keen Interest in the proposition Myers work to start in twenty
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well laid out campaign to increase and; a movement is now underway _days to end at the most in :60 days Tennis Tourney to
INCREASE
PROPOSED SUGAR TARIFF
summer business is one which will to bring the dream to realization after star: In the meantime cars to ClewistonIn
Open at
undoubtedly prove profitable to the by placing it before the public to-i cross river will have to detour to Fort ,

..,.. merchants. It has been successfully support IMPORTANT TOPIC AT WASHINGTON Denaud there only being place for Next Few Weeks

demonstrated in other communitiesand Although no publicity was given the ,, walking.

In Clewiston during the Christmas latter at the time, the, subject was i Plans for a tennis tournament to

.. .holidays the advantages of a buy discussed, at a subsequent meeting of Need ,of Protection For American Farmers Against TOMATOES AT $7.50 open in a few weeks and for which

,- at home campaign Were conclusively (Please turn to Page 6) Cheap Foreign Labor and,Maintenance of, BRING JOY TO FARMERS several prize awards will be made'were

-proven. Clewiaton announced this week.
shops
are prepared

I .1' .to serve the community and it remains $15,000,000 IS. ASKED American, Standard of Living With tomatoes listed in the northern Tho tournament will Include mixed
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r' for the store proprietors to FOR STRICKEN FARMERSA Are Points Stressed : markets Kat from $4 to $7.50per doubles, men's singles and women's

bring this fact home to tho local poo- crate, Clewiston farmers are lookIng singles.To .

Die more forcibly through a well $15,000,000 appropriation for, One of the most important mattersto American standard of living' be reduced forward: ,to prosperous .conditions the ,winners of the mixed doubles -

planned. campaign. storm stricken, farmers In south- come ,before the extraordinary session -!': in sugar producing areas to here during the next few two tennis rackets donated by

eastern states would be provided ,ina of congress which convened at i'! meet the unfair competition from-for. months. Estimates made last week Dave) Alston of the Alston Drug corn-

Members- resolution introduced by Repre the call of President Herbert Hoover I eign countries?" '. placed to total crop here at 'Imo, ethan pany will be awarded and for the
of the
.an'e club Clewiston Worn- sentative Stegall of Alabama, ac- last ,Monday, will be the discussionof Action taken at, the extraordinary 100 cars and several were winners of the mixed doubles a sil- ,

4" according. to announcementthis cording to advices from Washington r the proposed increase in the 'dutyon session of congress will affect, not ready' for shipment this week with ver loving cup will be awarded by

week are 'busy I this week. sugar imported' into the United only cane sugar manufacturers of the shipping season to start in Herbert Blate of Blate's Department

'.a.'. Community' with a plan for The measure, would authorize the States from foreign countries, it was Louisiana and Florida but. also the earnest'early, next week. store. This will 'be a three, year cup,

Centerthe establishment. secretary of war to make loans to reported this week In advices :! from beet sugar I manufacturers, of the west Three packing houses will ,operateIn making It necessary for a player towin

y o f a community Farmers In storm stricken areas in Washington to The Clewiston News. and those who have made thorough the Clewiston section during the it three' times successively to

,. j i VIrginia, North Carolina, South The much discussed problem, shornof study of the subject readily admit season, W. C.' Bill'' Hooker having keep it permanently.

O I 'center, including a club house, with Carolina, Georgia, Florida and Ala. its numerous angles resolved itselfto I that a substantial increase in the I constructed, large two story packing Two tennis rackets, donated by

auditorium and gymnasium and oth- bama which suffered during recent the question, "Shall American ''producers -, sugar 'tariff is the only solution to house with apartments, above ouls A. Morgan, publisher of the

er facilities. The matter will be discussed floods. of one of the most importantfood the problem. and W. C. Harvel having completed lewlston News will be awarded tothe

at a special meeting called I I.i The measure has not yet been referred commodities be afforded protection Supporters' this point 'back ten I a one story packing house on Ventura winners in the ladies singles.To .

.i ,' .j... for next Thursday night. The move to a committee and it was against competition based on years ago to the World War' when street near the A. C. L. depot. cover cost of the tournamentthere

I considered possible that the author low living conditions and cheap laborof sugar was one 'of the first food commodities I S. R. Connell associated with Milton will-be an entrance fee of ono
is unquestionably a good ono for the I ,
might send' it to the agricultural foreign; countries?" or' as it was on which a restriction was Crouch- and J K., Baker are op ''dollar and those interested in tho

,_ community and deserves the supportof I committee rather than the committee put- to The" Clewiston News in a.communication I -I placed and 'in view of the importance! I crating packing house in the ,old competition can get details from A.

,the .entire community.' on flood control. this week! "Must tho Please turn to page 6 school house at Bare Beach. J. Chenet or Herbert Dlate.f .



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T The Clewiston New .o. 0 CABBAGES AND KINGS f
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"f':,. Successor: to the taewiatull 'I'lugrraa...- ;,: '. I S
;'.: I I Ir'f' i I II I CLEWISTON SANITARY DAIRY

mutitj. F" iU uui j>. iy2&. al I 1111 uuat illl \' When I
secoud-cia : >
1 '. EnLtfc as bb one of these dramatic sopranos gets busy on, a radio, we never
: at Clewiston Fla., under the Act of Murub, 3. 1879.
I';' call tell whether we're listening to an aria or static. S One Quart of Good Milk is Equal to Either t

(,>, LOUIS MORGAN ........................."............................ .... J-.I ubluhet;;l
-3-4 LBS. OF LEAN ROUND BEEF3 :
t : Those local Santa Clauses who for the
paid goods before it was delivered
.. 70M SMITH ....................................... .................. ................ Editor / \ .. \\ i LBS. OF FRESH COD FISH, :
( are wondering who started that business about it being more blessedto v ', ': : '
,: Rates -6.LBS.. OF SPINACH ,
r I Subscription given than to receive. In fact it is said that a notice is soon to ,be sent .
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'_ By mail outside of Florida By mall In Florida advising that the second payment is now due. I i v ..
$2.UO : LBS. POTATOES ;
.1 One year $2.6u One ,year
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SiX months 1-60 Six months -100Three A nice thing about Celotex is that, you -can use it for several years, slap : -5 LBS. TURNIP '-' :.
:' months 1.26 Three months .76 "
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a coat of paint on it ,and have a new room. It never wears" out.
(. NEWS' PLATFORM-- Pure milk is our best food

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i!:. .. 1. Definite control of Lake -Okeechobee with water transportation Tampa tho cigar city to make changes in its city charter. Suppose the
k.. .r 2. Early completion of the highways for local transportation and CLEWISTON DAIRY COMPANY ,
.: old rules will go up in smoke. S
concentration of products.
R' rerlslon of freight rates on vegetables and
substantial downward
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r': oher products of this region to the northern maricets. ., Chicago "choppers" now carry their. machine guns In. violin cases. It __= 'I

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;. FRIDAY, APRIL 19, 2929. ;IL:
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':..." If you dont want to be an old fogey ten years from now, you'd better 1 1 1 ,, I
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tl' AIRWAYS start to learn something about. aviation., '1./ 1
STATE :
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liV : Senator W. C. Hodges representing the eighth district in the state senate 1 .
A snake, in the grass is always confident he can charm' some chicken. \
( has Introduced" a bill which deserves the support of every.citizen of Florida .. 1


i interested in the welfare of the state. Somehow we 'cant picture a tramp riding the beams of an .air liner of 1 0 o. :,; : .' : '" ,_, : f

senator the airways of Flor- ; ;
i According to the proposal of the far-sighted the future. ,
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ida will rival its splendid highways and railways 1 1 }- > 0"
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'; possible legislative- aid would be given the rapidly developing aerial form A few more weeks and, the muck road will be nothing but a bad memory. 1 1 r:5: ::;: :; },'; 1 1S

>..' of transportation. Hs proposal is that emergency fields be established along 1 atronizeTour. ,'. ::\o' : ':::::",T. 1.

from If you dont thing there's prosperity in Clewiston, count the number of 1 : 'r : :
: the state highways. Funds for their establishment are to be secured 1 : I .

::' surplus funds 'of the state road department and the, highway building pro- new cars V purchased 'here during the past month. S 1 i
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We'd still like to see the Coast Line paint the name of the the town on I '
- .> The fields would be established first in counties where no airports are 1 1
the roof of the new station for guidance of aviators. : 1

:..- maintained. by the counties or municipalities*\ and the senator pointed' out \ Laundry': 1 1'

r-"''-:: that if the counties would construct the airports the state could take them o A year ago Clarence Chamberlin who dropped down in Clewiston knew I 1 -t

:-.' over for maintenance. The size and character of' the fields would be what- town it was because of the sugar cane, but with the cane operations I ,
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CLIiWISTON STEAM 1
LAUNDRY
det.er-I 1
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. now extending- over a fifty mile, area from Moore Haven to Canal Point, that 1 1 1
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fo: : plan! and the location of the landing fields would depend to a great no longer a means of Identification. .
1 Clewiston Florida. ;6

.- extent on 'the recommendations of the federal authorities. 1 1 __ it
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".... Anyone who has studied the remarkable progress in aviation as ameans At the mill work is steadily progressing.toward the big day this fall when I .. ; \ 1 -
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y: of quick transportation must readily admit that the day is not far distant the 4,000 ton a day factory starts its 1929-30 grind. '1 1 i .It .;; 4.--c.. ,., i


t when great passenger carrying' planes will leave the north carrying winter 1 1 1 I.: '; {: .CO..,> ; ,:.0, < J'"<.Y; 1'S (
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New York. Former President ;
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visitors to Florida. In addition to that light passenger planes for private I '. I
Coolidge was named a member. Miami. Shots fired at a rumrunner 1 "'

f( transportation are rapidly gaining in popularity and before many years the the New York Life Insurance Co. and in the Miami river raked the I :: _"" {,..:;,."A V.?'/.,"',;:;.**,'.;!\''':'i'jf f.: !"c<.:''"'> ',1.'S'St

t,. modern family instead of getting into their car and spending several days A. Smith the Consolidated Life Inriver front going into one houseboat '1 .. ,., .
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::" in motoring to 'Florida, will step into their plane and'take off for a flight /1 ;
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: of from six to ten hours to Florida. 1 \ .. .
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: pictured the day as not far distant when the northern business-m'sn will step ;. .(V-:;.'. On Lake Okeechobee. \"j "5 I :

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f. : in his plane and drop down to Florida for an enjoyable week end. Daily we i; '' I

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t thing, of the distant future, but a probability of the Immediate future. Clewiston I Florida ';' ; ..,. 0 ";' ."" ; '. '
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l:.. Airports scattered throughout the state today a'e equally important as ,. .: .. / .

..... \ widening of Fi&rida's 16 foot roads was ten years ago, and Senator Hodges ,I .,a

\ !is to be congratulated .on' his progressive move which deserves the support OPEN ALL YEAR i I GENERALCONTRACTING

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playground of. the nation.' i '
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IniteTrnatipnaj relationships have sustained a great loss in the passing of : Mill Work
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J the beloved ambassador, Myron T. Herrick, of Ohio.. Even to the time off Announcing the opening of I : ; '.

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:t death he was engaged In soldiering in, citizenship, that fine diplomacy 'as be- .: \

t -' tween nations which advances. the cause of peace and mutual II understanding.\ ;.: ; DENTAL OFFICES :', :' :" ? < ; : ;T'i ;
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:I genuine. acclaim than this man, who stood at his post of duty when warned / ; In The Hopkins Block Of !''4 ;: :

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War. Myron T. Herrick stayed in Paris; although the official French government S. : : "< j r'h: :
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courageous part in a great crisis. When a man can endear himself through .:<.r".. '. *', I .-. :S? J rrS :t ,:.

devotion and loyalty, not only to the country that sends him, but to the peo ...'. .-. -"... Clewiston, Florida. '.:.:" S. ":.f(:.:.)'._, .IU!

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!I i and future,generations. This will be the case 1'

It was Herrick who twice served as America's ambassador to France.It Our, reputation is our recommendation
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was he who helped in no small way to make Lindbergh's, memorable land- ,

ing at a field near Paris all the greater as an event of much significance be- 1r '.
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tween the two continents. It was he wo, through respect to the great leader RICH BLACK MUCK.\ WATER CONTROL : : :.:. : +, ; r :. :::Fi1'i\:: : ;; 'i

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citizens. He saw America Just as one big community, where the success of BROTHERSS .
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one, community contributes to the success of the whole. He c contributed in, WRITE The. PICKS; .Builders. of Cl.wis;," t) I-Ij:

a large way to the perpetuation of American social ideals at home, and these '\ j:
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spread their influence abroad. He was a diplomat not so much by expediencyas .5 Me CULLY ;

through the hearts of the people with whom he had to deal. He was not C7en>fs/on's Pioneer Real Estate Broker l' ':

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something foreign to us, but was one of us. Thus Myron T. Herrick filled .': 1'

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l"F f7 r- '.. '. !irzrlFcvIST N3NBti S0CEWISI'0N;
JoR; DAY, APRIL 19, 1929 FLORIDA Page Thre '
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NOTICE 'I,be the City Clerk. All of said persons, registered In accordance with the or- IN the Circuit Court of the Twelfth RURAL COMMON SENSE of them as possible, and swatters to
| or a majority of them. shall, as soon ,! dlnauces of said City and shall have Judicial Circuit of the State of
Ernst( I as they deem practicable after the previously paid his poll taxes for two Florida In and for Hendry County. By Spuds JohnsonET'S 'swat the rest. Fly traps outside the
r
The following extract accounts from of; passage of this Act and prior to noon / years last past, If lawfully assessable Jn Chancery. i screened kitchen will catch a large

i & Ernst audit of tho District Is published I on said first day of October, A. D. against him, with the time to be pre Marvin Wood, Complainant, v. I I''' An- part of the fIles that congregate there

Sugarland the Drainage Information of all con. 1931, organize as the corporate authority -I scribed by ordinance, and shall be a dre and Fay Andre, his 'wife, de L REALLY" SWAT THE FLY"Lot and wait ''for the screened door to be
for file in L hereinbefore provided for. The ; freeholder of said City, shall be entitled fendants.
cerned. Detailed audit is on I a person be accused of willfully opened so they can enter.A .
office open to inspectionby city clerk shall also serve as to vote at any municipal election I .
the all District land owners: i : clerk to said commissioners. The I of said City; provided, however, J causing another to get typhoid or good poison 'can be made of 3 1

Tampa, Fla., March 18, 1929. persons so named as Mayor, Commis- tit. the provisions of this section ORDER OF PUBLICATION.It other disease germs into his system, tablespoonfuls of commercial forma-
Landown sioner of Public Works, and City shall not apply to the first election
and
Board of Supervisors Clerk shall hold their respective offices under this Act." appearing from the affdiavlt and a terribly cry for justice will be lln in a pintof milk and sweetened
District -
Sugarland Drainage : filed
in
ers, the above that the
We have completed our fourth annual from the time of their organiza That Sections one ((1) and two (2)) I above named defendants cause, I. Andre raised. Yet It often hapuens that we, water. This Is a mild poison but 'Is r

!, I f examination of the books of ac tion and thereafter for four years of Article "III of said Chapter 10433of and Fay Andre, his wife, are nonresidents through 'negligence, are guilty of al effective against flies. Put it In sauc-",.
., and record as at the close of commencing at noon on said day following the Laws of Florida of 1925, prodding -I
count of the State of Florida 'ers or other shallow
and containers
(. lowing typhoid germs to be spreadto and
'
I business December 31, 1928, and submit said'organization, and their for and creating. the said City that the
place residence
herewith our report. successors, whether from their own of Clewiston, be and the same are I' office address of of and post- members of our families by the keep it where the flies can get to It
the said I. Andre
All recorded cash receipts for thunder e number or otherwise, for a like perIod hereby amended so that the said sec- I and Fay Andre, his wife, as particularly house1y.Vc should take every possible but the children can't.
review were traced di of four years thereafter, and the tions in said Article shall -'
read follows
I as In fighting files, in other kindsof
the to rid of I as
these
i rryearectly and [ as same is known to the step get filthy,
into the bank deposist persons so named as the other two : !
! satisfactorily accounted, for. All cash commissioners shall hold their of- "Sec. 1. The Mayor, Commissionrof affiant Manchester Is No. 146 Walnut Street,. to members of our faimlel I 'war' eternal vigilance is the prlco

disbursements for the 'same period fices for a period of two years and Public Works, and City Clerk, and there is New 'Hampshire; that Which is better, to spend a few': of success. Keep everlastingly at It.
in
were evidenced by officially signed, their successors, whether from their' the other Commissioners shall each no person the State of
I checks, and further verified Florida upon whom ,the service of a 'dollars and some time in keeping
paid were number otherwise for
own or a period perform the duties of his or her office -: '
subpoena
by an examination of vouchers, Invoices of four years thereafter. At all until her i would bind any of said defendants is
\ his or successor duly
I payrolls, etc., on file, and to meetings of the Commission, each of elected and qualified. The Mayor :I ; that the said defendants j files or to pay doctor bills, take care In. half a dozen countries' ,
the extent of our_ tests we found all are each of them over the age of
I payments properly supported and the Commissioners, Including the shall have the same voice and vote I twenty-one years: It Is therefore ordered (of sickness and often even witness made a million dollars,- fed Europe

duly authorized for payment in ac-I Mayor\ shall have onie vote. The Commission .as the other members of the Com II I that said defendants, each and i death in the family? we will take tho received 28 honorary degrees and be-
r coi'dance with the minute book of hereinbefore established shall mission. In the absence of or disability all of them, be and they are hereby
1 I the Board of Supervisors. have the power at Is regular meetingor of the Mayor to act, the Commissioner -, required to appear to the Bill of \former. came President of the United States,

\ I Balance sheet setting forth, i In any adjournment thereof held of Public Works shall perform I Complaint filed in said cause on or We have been advised to "swat the they named an orchid after him.-

4 greater detail the various Assets and I prior to the expiration of each successive all the duties of the office, includingthe I i I before Monday, the 6th day May, A. :fly" so long until I am afraid manyof Detroit News.
s Liabilities! of the district as at the term of office of the respective judicial features herein enumer- D. 1929. other wise the allegations of
! < us are to not attention
close of business December, 31, 1928 members to elect for a period of ated; and in the absence or disability'of said Bill of Complaint will be taken prone pay any -
I is included as a part of this report, I'I'I I four (4)) years the successors of such both, the City Clerk shall serve 'a s as confessed by said defendants.It to this admonition. But afterall Scientist says the flight of time is

! subject to the comments that follow Commissioners whose terms are aboutto Mayor and perform the duties of the;' is further ordered that this order -' fighting the fly is not so terribly an illusion. Wish he would convinceour
I In thc preparation of this Balance expire, excepting that the termsof office, including its judicial functions.
be published week for hard and Is well banker.
F all I I once a worth the price. Wall -Florence (Ala.) Herald.
I Sheet, effect has been given to all the Commissioners shall expire "Sec. 2.. For the purpose of systematically four consecutive weeks
invoices, salaries etc., for In the Clew- know to keep down filth and keep
unpaid at noon on the day
following ten ((10)) handling the City Government -| iston News, a 'weekly newspaper of
.' the year ended December 31, 1928 years from the date of organization the Commission shall create -i general circulation in said flies from breeding, to clean out the Chicago "choppers' now carry
County
that had been authorized for
:. payment at properly the date of audit, hereunder. In case of.a. vacancy oc- the following departments and and State. )I stables at least once each week or their machine guns in violin cases

i together with accrued. interest on I of curing:death.In. the Commossiou by reason only one Commissioner shall have I Done and ordered in LaBelle, Florids -. '110 days and scatter the manner on It would be more approprIate' for .
Bonds. rfislcrnatlnn. rlfanhlltfv J in. 'charge of each department: Executive ,. this 26th day of March, A. D. J
Reclamation charges, amounting to I moval, d squalfCJcatioo from other Department, 'the commissioner 1929. the fields or put it in a screened pit, them to carry a harp for their prost -

$769,836, are shown in detail In an cause, the remaining Commissioners in charge thereof to be evofficio William T. Hull 'land i to screen the house. But do w pective victims.-Bellingham Herald.

attached schedule. Of this amount, by a majority vote shall elect a suc- the Mayor\ : Department of Finance, Clerk of Circuit Court. '''do, these things?

I .\' $215,705.89 is for work done by the cessor who shall serve for the unox- the Commissioner in charge thereofto SELDEN L. STEWART ,
Sugarland Dredging Association. pired term. be the City Clerk: Department of Solicitor for Complainant. In addition to the above precautions The report that the diamonds owned ,-

-- Accounts Payable, aggregating $9,- Section 2. That Sections six (6) and Health and Public Works, the Commissioner State of Florida) against flies, we should use in the United States are valued

614.67, include authorized invoices seven ((7)) of Articlel of said Chapter in charge thereof >o be the County of Hendry). |I,traps to catch as many of them as at $4,000,000,000 be news to thee
and vouchers for purchases salaries Commissioner of Public Works '* I
10433 of the Laws of Florida of 1925, hereby certify that the above and possible, poisons to kill tax
as
many assessors.IndianapoIis News.:
etc., unpaid at December 31 1928 Section 4.: All
i!n and ,the sai(1City laws and parts of foregoing. a true copy of the orig
providing for creating I
the of $846.35 and for laws in conflict
sum unpaid with the provisionsof anal Order of Publication made in
of Clewiston, be and the same
accounts of the Sugarland Dredging this Act are hereby said
repealed
the said especially cause said order !being oq file
amended that
Association are hereby so .
f
amounting to $8,768.32
Chapter. 12616 of the Laws in mv office. _
;,, I as shown by the Association's books. sections In said Article shall read' as of Florida of 1927. LaBplIe, Florida, March, 26th, 1929.
Accrued interest on the bonded in follows: Section 5.
'' ; This Act shall take effect (SEAL)
debtedness of the district, in the "Sec. 6. The said Commission of immediately upon its passage William T. Hull
amount of 6100.00, is shown under I of Clewiston shall call an and approval by the
the cajtlon Accrued Account. the City Governor, or Clerk .of Circuit Court.
c' The election to be held within the City upon becoming a law without such 4-5 4t. '
Tax
amounting to Levy$55,528.01 for the, is year for Sink 1928 I of Clewiston one month prior to the approval. LIST YOUR PROPERTY WITH ME
the L. O. S
after GRAVELY
ing Fund 34 .231.41, and for Maintenance expiration of ten ((10)) years
1329660. date of organization hereunder for Representative Hendry: County. .

Yours very truly, the purpose\of electing two ((2)) Commissioners 4-5 5t. SINGER SEWING

'f: ERNST & ERNST. to serve for two ((2)) years,

.'. RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS and three ((3)) Commissioners to serve MACHINESNew Clewiston: is growing day and with the
BALANCE-At at every
Beginning for four (4)) years, commencing
u' RECEIPTS ,FROM noon on the day following ten ((10)) NOTICE or second hand machines .
TAX LEVIES years from the date of organization I The following extract from Ernst new, mill addition under construction values

.'- Uniform' Acreage Tax $ 21.516.50 hereunder, and in calling such election I & Ernst audit of the accounts of at all times. Repairs or new. ,
Clewiston
Annual Drainage Tax 178,129.21 the said Commission shall have Drainage District is pub will increase.
lished for the Information of all con F. D. WOOTEN
LaBelle Fla.
all the powers, duties and responsibilities cerned. ,
Detailed audit is file in i
on
199,645.74 .
f of a Board of County Commissioners \ '
the
t District office, open to inspec .
TAX PENALTIES AND I I in Florida in regard to ,tion by all land owners: :
the calling and holding of such election .t.t'H r ; : :
MISCELLANEOUS\ Tampa, Fla., March\ 'IS,1929. ; ;
SALE OF BONDS 3,501.63 and shall canvass and declare Board of Supervisors and Lal DR. P. H. JONES '
$61000000 Par Value I the result. The ,said Commission shall ers Clewiston Drainage District.down-I I \ DENTISTWill ,,',:':'" : I

,Bonds sold at 95 608000.00 post, or cause to be posted, notices Gentlemen: Edison C., Speer .' : : :- ..
.I j I at three ((3)) public places within said We have completed our examina ,be n Moore Haven on the 'J _. ,. v ,.-
NOTES DISCOUNTED .City of Clewiston, at least thirty ((30) tion of the books of account and record following dates: L I' ':.. v ': .

Notes Discounted with days prior to said election, giving no of Clewiston Drainage District, Jan. _, .:: t'.
Landowners 15,000.00 tice of the time and place of said which covers the years ended December 78-9-10-11-12-28-29-30-31

election, stating the offices to be tilled 31, 1928, and December 31, Feb. 121819202122.23 \ -
k INTEREST RECEIVED at said election, and giving the': I i 1927, and submit herewith our re Mar.1.2181920.21.22.23

\On. deposits and notes 25,570.66 names of three inspectors and a clerk I, port.All
Accrued recorded cash receipts for the
on bonds oppointed as such'by the said Commission --- -
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I before sale / I 1,600.00 to hold said election. Any period under review were traced di
rectly into the bank
resident freeholder, a citizen of the accounts and
J 'satisfactorily '
.
., 27,170.66 United States, aver twenty-one ((21) bursements accounted for. DIs-
I through the bank ': ,
accounts
years of age and of sound mind -
BOND residing
were
ACCOUNT supported ,
OF by officially J
i ,within the limits of said Cityon .
signed
DEFAULTED and paid bank '
CONTRACT 20,000.00 the date of said election shall be We examined the minutes checks on of file.the '': : "H' '< < H ;> < ," :, ' ; e"I. ,'' -

: ') TOTAL RECEIPTS eligible to vote in said election and : meetings of,, the Board of Supervisorsand ; ; 1

DISBURSEMENTS FOR$873,318.03 to be qualified to hold any office at I found all disbursements to be 1i t :!

;." RECLAMATION the said first election. The election properly authorized by the Board. ,

In Process: inspectors and the Clerk shall be' the In the preparation of this report, '.
.I
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Construction / $555,728.95 judges' of the qualification of the effect has been given to all unpaid ; 1

Engineering 44,081.20 electors. No formal nominations shall 1 invoices i salaries, etc., at Decembers : '

..,'-, ,, ". Equipment J. i 4,002.30 first be required.election The of the elector City use may a at ballot 31 thorized, 1928 for that payment had been, together properly with au,.I : : i : : -, '. ..':" :; C< i / \, r

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.. accrued interest :
.1,. "4 $603,812.45 upon which ballot the name of his S on bonds. : ? : :
; r Maintenance Cash '
14,725.89 or her candidate shall be written In: on Deposit in the several t
Other Charges ink funds, amounting to } ,
: or pencil, typewritten or $9,484.12, was ; : '
Organization 11,388.10 and fold the ballot and deposit printed the, reconciled with the balances reported ;,: ,' ':" :" : HOT SUMMER DAYS .><" '.' '. '. : ,;' If

Administration 25:915.11: same in a ballot box in the presence to us by the depository banks. A \ : \ Y" ;: ; \

\. FmanCIal.i 95,345.54 of inspectors, or two of them, and I 11 depositories Summary of Deposits, showing the ::1 <'Y'd: /
j of the
such ballots shall be considered ]legally included various funds is ]; (
132,648.81 sufficient without further for Accrued as a schedule of this report. : ,

Payment malities. The two ((2)) interest on Certificate of ) ..... .,
persons .
I of 751,187.15 the receiving Deposit, at December 31, 1928, ,'.i'J', WILL '.' r' ); .. .
highest number ';,; : '
of '
,
votes .
amounted to $51.67 .
and is shown '
Notes Payable 15,000,00-1- for the two-year term and the three under the caption Other Assets. .' :; c.:.. '\"f'' ,c,,:.,; ,'. : ,
Expenses-. D. Barr ((3)) persons receiving the highest Reclamation Charges, in the SOON '- ''' ," :
sum ; <
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Default : : ;
3,411.85 number of votes. for the four-year, of $163,909,81, are detailed in an attached ; ; : < ;
term ,shall be schedule of this : s ,
respectively deemed report.
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to be elected as such Commissioner Under the caption Accounty < ; ;t, S BE ;:
18,411.85 Payable -\
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The said Commissioners so elected I j we have included all authorized .i' : \" ;' .'"_ '

Total Disbursements 769,599: ,00jv shall have the ,same status, powers invoices, salaries, etc., that had not \ ?' ; / ::' J I
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", -- and duties and shall been paid at the date of our audit. -'- : :F ,
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HERE .
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BALANCE ON DEPOSIT the organize their At December 31, 1928 accrued interest ,,'.. ...J'r. ...r't.'i ,f...>.i-. .. : '- '"
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continuing '
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Ending ; "
103,719.03 in ,said on the Bonded Indebtedness of : > PIy
,, municipality the : ; :
-. ; F. DEANE DUFF same as provided for the district amounted to $3,625.00 l ,1
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: the .
,
.... Board of Supervisors. I constituted Commission originally ', This Is shown under"the caption Accrued :.
of
members, excepting that they five shall(5)) I The Account. Why worry about getting your meals. in a1, hot stuffy :,
cease to have' authorized bond issue of the .
TO WHOM the )
JT) MAY power to reeled
I I will Introduce in CONCERN: themselves or to elect others, and : district is $600,000 of 6 per cent serial i ikitchen. :
the 1929 Legislature i hereafter ho bonds maturing from 1933 to '
a special or local bill, the subr.istance first regularly elected on the 1957, of which $145,000 are outstand '
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Monday after .. 1
the
' of which Is First Mondayof
ing.

It,) r-" SAN THREE ACT TO AMEND as follows SECTIONS: .: of the term month of office preceding for the expiration I 1 i Tax Levies for the years 1927. and .. We have a few electric -ranges'in several sizes at an .' ", ::1
(3)), SIX which 1928 ,
(6))| and SEVEN (7) elected consist of Drainage Taxes '
OF ARTICLE 1 AND SECTIONS hereunder((4) and for full terms of four I amounting to $45.184.21, of which unusual-attractive price. : ; :

1 ONE (1) AND TWO (2)) OF ART ability years each. In case of death dls- i $32,00.31 is for Sinking Fund and .x ; .:]
CLE III disqualification
J OF
CHAPTER $13,177.90
10433 OF for Maintenance. .
i THE LAWS
OF FLORIDA OF 1925. Yours very truly
SSSssa&sa =
t THE PROVIDING CITY FOR AND CREATING ERNST .& ''ERNST.. stoves will save you many hours of worry and ,: ..,;

AMENDED BY OF CHAPTER CLEWISTON 12616, AS OF ttffi the unexpired term. & .t lightenThese work during: the summer months. Instant / )


:' .THE' BE LAWS IT ENACTED OF FLORIDA BY 'THE OF 'LEGISLATURE 1927.( tration regulations of Voters' reelsro7ftr15 i Balance at RECEIPTS Beclnnfng FROM r heat: at low cost is one of the 'features of an electric range. I!r ,..'";.

OF FLORIDA: for -, ( j I ,'.

Sec. 1. That Section Three ((3)) of certifying general and special elections TAX LEVIES ., I :
Article I of Chapter' 10433 of the Laws other to elect CommIssIoners and for Annual Drainage Tax $24,398.51- ; 'Use one of our electric toasters ''for cooking your I I. :\
oZ Florida of 1925, as amended b purposes, shall be prescribed SALE OF BONDS ,i
Chapter 12616 of the Laws of Florida) by Iston ordinance of the saId City of Clew- $145.00000 ParValue I ." morning meals-real bargains. ( .
of 1927, be and the the same not to Bonds v '
same Is hereby be in conflIct Solt at 95. ,137,750.00 1 r \ _
amended, so that the with the Constitution INTEREST I '. -
said section in ir laws of the RECEIVED 1
said Article shall read as follows; .State ot Florida or this charter 'of Accrued on Bonds. I !1i i X

"Sec.. ,2.. That the initial ,corporate to the that said City; provided, however, Before Sale 1,680.00TOTAL .. .

authority In. said. municipality shall rIghtPrvVha"? be 'deprived of : .
he 1 "
RECEIPTS '. .'.
be vested in a commission consisting' on 163,828.54 ....

of five (5) persons, all of whom must No lion person as shaH be ssaSsSaSfiwrara :' -, '. :':-' 'I \. .' : .-.::

be citizens of Florida; provided, however Commissioner '

that the Mayor, the Commissioner RECLAMATION DISBURSEMENTS FOR CLEWISTON BUILDING MATERIAL COMPANY

of Public Works, and the City I
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$ .93,515.54Engineering ,:
;if f, of Florida, shall also be resi Sec. 7. After the first election provided '13,322.36 i ,

dents and electors of the City ot for herein to be held, the 'annual Equipment \ 250.00 I .

.. .' Clewiston. The persons who sir all election of the City of, Clewistonshall .. \ v :.

compose the .first commission .hereBinder : be held on the first Tuesday 107,087,90 '. '.':- .' .. ( .' '}:' ?
shall be F. Deane Duff, R. Y, after the 'first Monday of the month Maintenance 9,571.76 ,.
..,; shall;;>ch serve,as commissioners for I-any of Commissioners shall ex Organization 3,343.70

J r ti. four years, and Jules M. Burguleres pire. Any person' who shall possech ss ;Administration 21,651.06 ,-
and F. E" Bryant who shall ea the qualifications of an elector under ? Financial 12,690.00 )

serve as commissioners for twp> years. the- general- laws ,of .the State..of. Florida \ \ :
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Mayor, the said R Y. Patterson shall l have resided within the territorial BALANCE AT ENDING ON DEPOSIT : ,: "1 ,,,,;'
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be Commissioner of Public Works, limits of said City for six months p rehall -. DEAN 'DUFF President ,I .\
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and the said Malcolm W. Bigg I
a ceding the election, and shall have Board of Supervisors.
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cording to the budget commission's 500 while the commissioner's J ;J
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LnBelle 650,000 of this amount, leaving an salaries of other state department f
IN STATE COSTS
; annual amount of $3,844,460.47 to be heads remained unchanged.The .

,. l raisen by taxation. budget as reported for the "On, .
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. SENIOR CLASS PLAY I I on the 29 day' of June 1856 and was .Celotex Is Proven ,Increase of the 1929-31 budget over State, College .for Women was recommended

The senior class of the LaBelle'I i I the oldest of\nine children, six of II Idea P '-'f fle Board I that for 1927.29 are iontalned In estimated only in aggregate amount

high school presented a three act I I whom survive him. For Loud SpeakersThe I Report of Budget, Commission miscellaneous expenditure of since the individual. items had been
Mr. ,Pfaffs father was a Methodist
Friday I I approximately $300,000 and for state
auditorium
w. play at the school I Amounts to previously Investigated by' the stato
' evening April 12. Following Is a list I I minister of the St.. Louis conferenceand I comptroller and motor vehicle de board of control. Appropriations suggested
he spent moat o': his life in and radio industry is probably : Eleven Million 'partment
'y of characters all deserving special gains of more than $125,000( for the biennium for the stato
St. Louis holding the positionof unique in that every 'radio enthusiast:
about for the two
fine In which years. The total of these '
mention for the way university tota $1,498,304, and f lad
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clerk of court for St. Louis county is a potential inventor from the I TALLAHASSEE.-Florida's operatIs Items, and others which show
they acted their parts: minor. the women's colleg over the samo/po-
Bottles Bendow, A Popular Senior, for a good many years. Later he mov working with him home-made set to I expected to exceed her 1927-29 aping ,'Increase, Is reduced through various i nod, $1,069,537.. :

Sharry Roger, Ted Cheseldine, The ed to Texas and from Texas cameto the man who adds little refinements: expense for the next two years savings to the $426,364 figure LeadIng Other Amounts

Elmer Burnette, Leviticus LaBelle five years '''ago.. He is survived to the more 'elaborate outfit of any : proprlations by $426,364. Thfa was the departments where reduction. .
College 'Cut-up; I Other amounts recommended fa*
by his wife and ono son who standard make.' shown In the recommendations of the Is shown
Mc- ,, are the hotel commission
,. ....Imer Anderson, Scoch the various state departments on&)
resides in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Everyone wso is following radio state budget commission for 1929.31 with
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saving of $68,725
Allister, A Hard Student, Allan Cook; and the executive office $106,400; secretary
He died on April 8 at 1:30 a.m. and development, from the amateur to made public here. 'state plant board .
Shorty Long, In the Glee Club; Bennie with $100,000 Jess of state, ;70,23; comptroller, $335,*
was buried in Fort Myers from the the scientist in the laboratories of The commission's estimate of the than was given to it
Malakowsky, Slivers Magee, A during the last 400; .attorney general $53,700; state I
f Englehardt chapel on Wednesday 10, the industry itself, is now familiar state's necessary expenditure for the two years. ,
Mr.
Happy Junior, Chavlous Curry, I treasurer, $96,10'0';; 'agriculture, 273,"
Reverend Howell of the LaBelle with the principle of the dynamic : next two years totalled $11,008,330.95 .
$10,000 for Governor ,
Benj. J. Bebow, Bottles Fath, Bernard 100; public instruction, $107,400; ATS*
t; Methodist church officiating, interr- speaker. This improvement In loud as compared with the $10,581,966.94 Outstanding
McCann Earl among salary recom .
Sanders, Mr. Sandy : prerae court; $177,198; railroad commission
Emerald ment being In the Fort Myers ceme speakers Is a development from the appropriated for, the last two years. mendations is that to '
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Sasser, Officer RIley, continuapay $143,500; shell fish connote-
'.. tery. old horn style speaker and marks as In addition, the budget for 1929-31: ment of $10,000 a
Toio' Houston-- Stewart. Mr. Gears ofSpudMotor year to the gov sion, $98,640; game and fish commisSion
CoEdward distinct in advance as Is, seen in the, Included necessary expenditures of j ernor.. The original
Markette; J request to the bud-
$403,460; board of health, $bE5430 ,-
Jenquil Grey, The Little Chauffeur, RESOLUTION ADOPTED phonograph of today as comparedwith i $1,980,590 for certain state Institutions get commission from the chief execu- ; and miscellaneous, $1,417,098;

Ella Forrey, Betty Bebow, Bottles Inasmuch as it has pleased our that of the cylinder record and i maintained by federal funds tive placed his salary at $9000, but the state' road department budget

heavenly Father to call to higher service brass horn. and by special taxation, which the board declined to
Sister, Frances Hubert Mrs. B. J. make the suggested which is set at $355,640 for the two
dear brother and beloved Baffle Board NecessaryIt brought the total operating cut. '
our expense
Annie
Benbow, Mother, a politician, I year period, exceeds the previous M-
i Sanders, Ma Baggsby, A popular teacher, .John Phillip Pfaff, now therefore is common knowledge" that a baffle for the next two 'years to $12,998- A similar situation arose in regardto ennium appropriation by $41,860.

Landlady, ''Lois Roberts, Mrs. Mehit-. be it board is essential to the successful -: 920.95. The expenditure for the special the salary of the attorney general

.. able McCann, A Jeolous Wife, Louise : Resolved by the Mens. \ Bible Class operation of the dynamic speaker. I state institutions did not enter The department request called for $5- Subscribe for the News

'; () Roberts, Salena, McCann, aKthe'rine of LaBelle Florida that while we bow Without the baffle the sound waves into the budget commission's general t

Curry, Miss Juliet Snoobs, Collge stenographer In sorrowful submission to the will issuing from the front and rear of estimate.

Anna,, Burnett, Mlle. Mi- of an all-wise and always kind and the cone mix in such a way as to can More Than Half From Taxes

,mi Fleiurette, A French Costoumer, loving Father, we do hereby expressour eel each other in the low tones.' The The two year figure provides for! ..

Miss Florence foyer, Salamanaca grief at the loss 'we have sustained required size of baffle cane '''be,'readily .expenditU're each year: of $6,494,460.

'. ,/ Spivlns, A Black Wash Lady, Carolina our recognition of the loss sustained determined since the shortest distance Estimated miscellaneous revenue, ac-

Attanasio. by our Sunday school in being, from one side' of the cone to "' II

;".' ''r We are glad that this play which deprived: of a most able superintendent I the other should be at least one quarter : and Acousti.Celotex Is definitely I I

.; T'... was produced bu such an energetic and our heartfelt sympathy for the wave length for the lowest known for the various frequencies of I|

..; class under the_ direction of the .following those nearest and dearest to him, especially frequency desired. On this basis a the musical scale. .

.. capable officers was a great ,to his bereaved companion, baffle for tones as low as 75 cycles 1 I Celotex baffles are being used wiht I I

success with a full house bring in who through so many years of life should be .about four feet square. A dynamic and magnetic' types of speak-J I

$70 in cash there being no complimentary journey, has been sustained and com baffle to reproduce a tone of 30, cycles ers. Squares of Celotex. three or four I)

t tickets: President, Miss forted by his unfailing love_ and wise should be about, nine feet square. feet ,In, size and one or one and one- ,I WHY COOK AT :HOME -

'''.' Frances Hubert, Vice President, Har- :' counsel. This large size baffle is necessary in half inches in thickness are first cut

1 ** ry Rogers, Secretary Treasurer, Miss Resolved, also that we, who are theatres for accurate reproduction of to attractive shapes. If such thick- 0

., Florence Royer, and last but not 'I members of his class do hereby re I sound as in the "talkies," but a baffle nesses are not readily procurable:I
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least Reporter Allan Cook. .' new our consecration to the Master'sservisce three or four .feet square has been two or three Celotex: sheets of standard -'' your ;

emulating his devotion and found to be entirely: satisfactory for thickness ((7-1G'1) can be glued hot, kitchen when you can have a chicken din
Sunday evening Mr. Emerson Da- faithfulness while unable to equal home use. together using sodium silicate, casein

.. vis and his bride, both of Naples who him in usefulness, and grateful that Amateur Uses Celotex glue,. or a good prepared glue. A hole i ner at. '. -, .' . ,
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Mrs Edwards and knowing they were our beloved teacher but we near the solid wood or playwood baffle proved can be fastened to the back of the '

just married he gave them the bridal dawn and shall meet him again In to be resonant, somewhat like the Celotex baffle with 'wood screws. A i '

suite which consists of two excellent the morning. body of a violine and overemphasized shelf should be provided for the The Watanabe HotelMRS.

corner rooms. In the morning "they Resolved, further, that these resolutions tones of certain frequencies. Radio heavier dynamics. In this case. bolts

were served a fine breakfast at Dr. be spread upon the minutesof technicians: and amateurs ,started: I extending through the '''Celotex and

Weavers drug store. While eating the our Sunday school, a copy mails. experimenting. with materials to..over fitted! with washers should be usedto CLAUDE DOWNS, Manager.

familiar tune of the Wedding March to his companion! the Hendry County come this difficulty, searching for T secure the brackets to the baffle "
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... something with little or no resonance board. Suitable supports are then at .. '. "'->'!
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Then an amateur who was familiar tached to keep the baffle erect. .
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County Attorney H. A. 'Rider mo- ing board made from cane fiber) hit These baffles are usually decorated --- -. ---- __

tored to Fort Myers Wednesday ink The Junior Class of the LaBelle upon the. Idea of using this board fora in some way for use as screens. I f : 'J---

( the interest of securing deeds for high school is busy praising for baffle. The sound deadening and The front may be covered with tapestries I

the. right of way for road No: 25 from their class play which will be givenIn non-resonant characteristics of this or figured damasks which will I

'" LaBelle to the ,Lee county line. a few weeks.E. material proved to be most effective. conceal the hole as well as giving the I

It Again an industry learned of a new baffle a finished appearance. Many f

The Seaboard'' Air Line railway is E. Edwards motored to Immokalee use for its product from the consuming people choose to paint and glaze the REGULAR SUNDAY DINNERS 75C

lit .building a 'new'spur at the clearing Saturday accompanied by Miss : public. baffle, for the natural texture of the

'r If of the Consolidated Land company Comela Thompson motored to Deep I Experiments ContinuedThe Celotex lends itself''' to this treatment .
near Denaud :which will hold six cars Lake.. I It I technical with ,
II staff of The CelotexCo1mpan unusually attractive results. If
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and are also building a station to be I the this is done tho ,
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/ Fort Denaud. Chas. L. Lancaster who has been manufacturers, and independent I ed by stretching a silk over embroid ,,::.:' .<.- ..: ; '.'/," > :':' ':'- :. ;'
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.PICNIC ON BANKS OF RIVERMr. Monday for Prophetstown Ill He will experiments in their laboratories. opening. I .. ,

and Mrs.' A. L. Tailor, Loraine stop for a few days in St. Au'gustine.I They found that a Celotex baffle is r-... ,

Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. G. W Pettee and remarkably effective because of the .

George Loveland Pettee spent Sunday J. D. Thompkins who has been 'cushioning effect of this material and I

on the Caloosahatchee river banks boarding with Commissioner and Mrs. its high sound absorption. They also ...
:.6 i between Stewart for the winter will leave accurate
Olga and Alva having a de next made 'measurements so that
licious Tuesday for Valencia, N. Y. I I ,
outdoor luncheon and a fine now the sound absortion of Celotex ':-.

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where she will visit .-:_ t ='--vy: "'\ "' -;';' "

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I .; : \* ';ny c corioUrnGrsiavail themselves of :\ .".. ':-r'.fr-.; ". r: SOCIATION ..
++ R. V. Patterson \ l 'Nomplcte;: "platform service" '. <'; .' 1. f I..
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whose home is In tjr ; r. ; .' '. Clewiston, Fla.
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and Is. spending the winter "acts less and inconvenient. '
In LaBelle conducted tho Mens Bi t'I ". 4\\ ,..", : ,. '. ., 'Gentlemen:-I am' interested In

ble : s treatment, prompt service. :., easy plan' for saving. Without ,
class of the : your ;
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filling the vacancy caused by the. 'I4/ '' .. .-" \"''. I,.:'aan'a, .15.?:01.?, Solid Ice :\ ; ... i l .; ;. I obligation to me, please send me full

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It Have' You Heard ? FIFTH. GAME OF 'Moore Haxen road,,, this 15' mile munlty are urged to be present at the the domestic production of sugar as

By TheWay BRIDGE PLAYED stretch will be keptIn' bettor. condition meeting next Thursday night. a\ means of national .safety in timeof

I and as'' a result ,of filling in of war. This production increases; depends

1 One ct the most successful meet. .- L. A. Morgan, Jr. motored to Tampa several holes in the road by state 'convicts PROPOSED SUGAR on a sufficient degree' of protection *

f. l -gs' of -the .year was held last week on business Wednesday. tournament The fifth game sponsored of the by local Leonard bridge S. during the past few weeks, It TARWFINCREASE 1 for American producers which .i'} ..

1 In the Clewlston Community church -- Is now possible to ,make tho trip: to AT WASHINGTON I moans an increased sugar tariff. '
the Watanabe
Ames which was played at
i when the Clewlston Woman's club Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Pocho left this hotelVednesday night showed Moore Haven. in ,,30 minutes. (Continued from page 1) .

the members of the week for New York City whpro Mr. Contracts awarded last week mean Mariana. Former, Governor Catts

1 r 1 'Gitortahied Moore Haven Woman's' club. The Fo.'he was called on busings* for the Mrs. W. C. Owen ,and J. E. Beardsleyto that by fall Clewiston ,will be" in of sugar in the daily diet they emphasize I was arrested Friday for counterfeiting
be' high for north and south positions
r feature ,of the meeting was a recital Southern .Sugar company.Mrs. the center of a network of good, roads the necessiay of increasing and paid 'his $$17,000 bond., ..
r with Mrs. A Backus and F. L.
Edison C. Speer with Mr. attracting to this point ,winter visitors --
J. by Mrs: Larueto be high for east and west
word picture of each Claude Downs manager of the from. both the east and west coasts. ',.'
'Speer giving a. positions. GENERAL MOTOR.S ,
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) ','selection before It was played. ': North and South ',:.4, ', '
; the' reception in the room for a week as a result) or'over : '' "
\ "> ;Following \ Mrs.. J. E. Beardsley, 159; Mrs. C. LOCAL MERCHANTS \ : ;
work. Her condition is considerably j I i'
: fchurch club women and .
J -, the visiting -I Jackson, 133; C. A. Jackson, 127; MEET AT WATANABEON : GSflOp ,\

their hostesses proceeded to tho Wat improved., I.J., E., Beardsley, 125;; L.. S. Ames 99::: TUESDAY NIGHT % .. ,

I *tmabo hotel where refreshments were :! : entertained i "!\ Claude Downs. 61; Mrs. T.- V .(Continued from page 1) ...
served. ,Among the' .visiting women Mrs! William G. Ames Watson.' 55. --.;..
C. at her, home on Arcade avenue Wednesday '
; H. S. Govo, C.
were Mesdames East and West 150, strong and representing business
:1 Klutts, J. C. Swindell' U V. Mason with a luncheon for. women Interests in their respective
Mrs. G. B. Thomas, 374; S. S. Bear communities L LL
--', 'S. C. Stalls ,C nley Nail, Ed Frierson, in her neighborhood. Those presentwere man, 374; W. M., Giles, 120; Albert met at Tampa recently to form I
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;. F. M Barber, O. C. Mesdames. S. Franc .. a / <-,; "->.'. ,
Clara Turner plans to combat this proposed legislation .
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I Backus, 101; and Mrs Backus, 97. .:':.. '.i. :
: M. W. R. Y. Patterson, '
Howard Bigg,
Benbow, It. L. Murray, Carl Farnum, and, it is believed that some ; ,
Jackson W C Owen Tom Smith ,. '. ,
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G. P. Harben, C. H., Suttle.! William : I definite action will bo taken at ,the local ,I .
W. T. Bailey, E. L. StewartR.. L. FLOOD CONTROL I '" .
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Green, Hannah Jones. meeting'next.. Tuesday night. f arL \
CROUP STUDIES
I M. S. Hayes, Glenn WIlkins, Sadie Simpson and E. W McDonald. .
Although
steadily increased payrolls
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; -Doescher and D. C..Gorman. I Igh'en in the community are reflectedIn
There is to be a musical program
I; by members of the Olee club (Continued from Page ,1)) increased business for the local
Mr. and Mrs. W M.. Bigg and Mrs. I merchants the move increase sum- ,NEW CHEVROLET SIX
of the Clewlston Community church 1
Franc Howard, accompanied by Mr. pie of Florida 'to ,get' federal assis- mer business will :be more in the form ,
I evening instead of the
next Sunday"
and Mrs. Frank Wright, motored to. tance in their flood control work, combatting-mail order business 'and -a Six in the price range 'of the four! ; :t.
.regular services. Dr. Bailey will not ,
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Congressman Reid said that the main I ,:,
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:; Myers last Sunday. ser'mon at the dedication of a new trouble was that there was ,no central town shopping tours by pointing out You are cordially' invited to visit our .., \) }'.' '
I to Clewiston residents the advisability -
church in Harlem.Mr. organization.A of the Chevrolet -'\ ;,'"'' ,
:1 :- Glaus Olandt and Oscar Clyat spent few of shopping'at home. special display new : I ,
days after the meeting F. L. "
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? .... ,a, ''few days Clewlston' .on business. ,and Mrs. Frank H.i Nelson of Williamson had called, together a reo- This plan tried locally before the ,Six, arranged, in conjunction with ,, ,_V:,' U',Vi .

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i/ Delray stopped in Clewiston Wednes- resentative group of South Florida Christmas holidays proved a huge the nationwide Spring 'Showing'' of : : (:.',_"_ .
i Leland Perkins spent the week end success and many of tho merchantsare '
residents and the. Florida Flood Con ,,
I day. General Motors cars. We want you to \ :
in. West Palm Beach. I. trol association, was formed with In favor of launching a similar : .
:, t yourself that no other car in the'' \;:.r !r,
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e, ---, "hairmen appointed in the south Flor- campaign to keep Clewiston dollars see ;

i 1 < P. G. Bishop operating vice pres- CANE EXPERT IS 'da counties. at home during the summer months. world can give you so much in beauty, y i J{ .' '

I: fjlent,6,1 of the Southern Sugar company HICK IN PRAISE Forrest Johnson who was associated Several other matters of Impor- : performance and value at prices ,!,: :;.c "
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Captain F. Deane Duff general manager tance will be brought for discussion
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with Grosvenor Dawe in
compilingthe within the reach of all. Come in today., ; ,:-
of the Clewiston company and Florida Industrial Survey 'was among which will be the best "-.: ;(tr'J.,> '
E. C. Oole assistant to President .B. (Continued from page 1) manner in which local ,
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merchants
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named to gather statistical data on The The COACH : 675 ;ti'
$525 . ;
G. Dahlberg motored to Palm Beach the Everglades and this matter has cooperate with the ,local Woman'cclub Roadster Sedan fl!,'

aSturday to attend a meeting of the Sugar company plantations, the plane in their effort to The' $525 TbeSpori Cabriolet .$695 ,,'-".. :r.., .. '
\ I. been forwarded, to interested officials sponsor a community Phaeton . $5 95 ,, ;
dropping low enough to permit a The Cm t rr//4/,$-r '
operating committee, of the Southern at Washington. center including a club house, .. The .$5 9 5 Landau . / 2S' '1'1 <
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Sugar company which was held in comparatively close inspection of the I tennis courts, auditorium and gym- a 111 prices o.factory, Flint Michigan I _";' ...' 'g
cane the fields, in addition to giving .
in nasium. .
the office of Jules, M. Burgulores, executive ('"',
CLEWISTON TURNS :, Compare the delivered! price as'\\,1135 the list price in eonc",'; r 1,,' '
the noted t
pathologist a compre- .
vice president of the delivered l-
sugar 'sideling automobile \'aICs. Chevrolet's urea '. ; .k-. : -
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company. hensive picture of' the .entire opera 1 EYES 'TO SESSION LOCAL, WOMEN TO include only reasonable charges for delivery and financing '.1t. .

tions in this section from the workin IN WASHINGTON FORlPLAN\ FORCOAfvUNITY I

Mr. and ,Mrs. Dick C. Miller will I the fields to ,the mill site where HOUSE CLEWISTON MOTOR COMPANY
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from the air they saw the tiny fig-
move into the new Schult apartments '- (Continued from Page 1)the )
5 on Venutra street. ures ,of workmen busily preparing for s t" wI
army engineers that the matter will
the installation of the new machinery Clewiston Social club and that
receive favorable attention if broughtto
: E. J. Kerr motored to Palm Beach which will increase the daily grinding body agreed to start the fund with a
the attention of .
: Sunday. < capacity, : from 1,500 'to 4,000 tons. congress.A donation of ,$100 if the members of I I. Ti.
protective tariff on sugar and . ,
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ncy accompanied byS., E. Brooks oft I I BranJes .said and added that he was The matter' will be officially \ .. I .
vegetable farmers in this section to .
the Monocraft Airways corporation of well pleased with the appearance of brought to the attention of Clewis- "
successfully compete with the cheap
Fort Myors motored to Clewiston. the/ cane in this section."I i toriites next Thursday evening at a -
labor of foreign '''countries.
from that city last Saturday in a have visited the northern :Ever- .-" meeting to be held In the Watanabe

Monocoupe plane. They spent a few glades a few times before but the J hotel when the feasibility of the plan I ,

: hours in town on business having work the Southern ''Sugar company HUFFMAN GETSCONTRACT FOR I will be thoroughly discussed. ANOTHER PROSPEROUS SUMMER '

\ made the trip from the City of Palms is' doing looks better every time I I ,The need for a community hall ,
NEW ROAD WORK
in less than hour. it." .
an see where
[ meetings can be held and
I -' Speaking of his four months airplane where and entertainmentscan I'
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S. S. Bearman and Dr. John Anderson trip to New 'Guinea in searchof be given was stressed by Wom-I .... ., \

j spent a few days this week in new cane varieties, Dr. Braudes an's club officials and the move 4s:
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Tampa. said that more than 100 varieties, of I I
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importance by the de-
Construction of ,the new road across II toI
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the northern end of the county will I velopment of community life in Clew-
G. B. Smith of Fort Lauderdale nated ,in a station' at Sydney, Aus '
also eliminate the necessity of traveling I ,iston. I Is assured for this section through the activ"ity
spent Sunday In .Clewlston studying tralia, will be brought to the United "
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through Moore Haven in the trip was pointed out that rooms above
the business possibilities here.E. States within a month for plantingat I of the Southern ""
the auditorium
-: from Clewiston to LaBelle and cut, could be rented on 'n Sugar

the government stations in Wash- off some 15 miles in the trip be- monthly basis to various organizations I ,
C. Cole, assistant to the president ington D. C. and Canal Point, Fla. which would ''the .
tween these two. points. help defray ;
of the Celotex company and the When Dr. Brandes returned from I I ;
cost of construction.
All those inter-
With the,, state having taken over
:Southern Sugar company left Sundayfor his New Guinea trip last October, he
the maintenance of the Clewiston- ested in the development of the corn-
Chicago after completing the }brought with him several varieties of I .
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work which brought him to Clewiston. cane which have been planted at '" .1- -" '''''''-'''''' '#1"

Washington but left some 100 varie- If" house industrial workers, making Clewiston ,

Paul Dcam spent. Saturday morning ties at Sydney, lest they be injuredon II .

in Moore Haven on business. the trip. It is these canes whichare today the greatest field for opportunity in

to be shipped to this country'', l YOUR APPEARANCE COUNTS i ..,. ,.. -

Edison C. Speer motored to" Fort within the next month. The'airplane- I in the entire South. : / .-

Myers last Wednesday on business. which Dr. Brandes used four "'
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of the Clewiston company was Sugar company and is the same plane i' 'f\'i\ AlVK: ;:.;t>fe: )h '

"in Tallahassee early this week on in, which he visited this section last : > -' : : -

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Herbert Blate announced this week BANDIT TRIO "

the completion, of the sewing room ADMIT THEFT I We are pioneers in 1 1I the Barber Business.: I 'For Detailed Information, write l
in the mezzanine floor of the hate OF LOCAL CAR y

Department store on Francisco street.

Two sewing machines, one an electric (Continued from page 1) \ : '4
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have been installed in addition to a '' .

cutting table and the room is for the county officials OIl the east coast -ITPTo ;
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accommodation of local women. No were notified. Deputy Sheriff ForrestH. 1 )

charge will be made ford use of the ,Moreland was also instrumental in .. .. t -'./ "IN AMERI A'S NEW SUGAR BOWL"

room, ,he ,eaid. tracing the bandits checking up on patroniCLEWISTONS ; e'our shop. \ 1 1oi

the activities of the trio by tracingthe .
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section and conferring with his representative pear to identify .them, but before he i 'I. .
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