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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: May 3, 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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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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'. ON THE IS SUCCESSFULLY Routine matters including approv-/ OPEN/IN GLADES Dr. John Anderson-, local dentist SUGGESTED
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NEWS i ii. I are exjected to feature the an's, club 'at their next
regular meet

5.'..>...,...,;.,,:,.,,. TESTED IN CUBA regular monthly meeting of the, .- 'I:; ON EXT SUNDAY ing on care of the teeth. i TO LEGJSLATURE

';, --i.:: BY TOM SMITH Hendry county', bra of 'comm s .-: The talk will be interesting as wellas

:".,,":.!.-%:} I sioners which meets tomorrow. at; '> / I educational and all members of the

'<:;.J;':','.''1-.r' ,' ,."' A bill i to be presented at Tallahassee I P. G. Bishop and N. C. the court house In LaBelle. _. ie.vn f9n Victorious In ,club nro urged to be present. Bill Would Provide For

' '/ .': >' <, would provide for a working plan Progress made In 'ihe.,repairing of Dr. Anderson'has, prepared a paperon
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Storey Last of
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c ,:: r : '" ':.:- Control problem in Lake County Attorney H. A. Rider Is ex expected. '
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": :,*I ii;; ': :.'.- would not deal much with drain-. harvester on 'the plantations of the road from: LaBelle to, the Lee. 'county .! w rinno'luced this week by T. B.,I L To Mak e.'t>tz lines 1>< I A bill 5 whereby the state of Florida
federal
with the
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ernment in the solution of
:,' ..::-',;t. ... primarily to prevent the recurrence ''close this.*',J ., annotttced the schedule for the month,
I' control problem in Lake Okeechobee
; ,'of the 1928 storm disaster which costthe ., the of May\ ->
: .: J \ operating, Vice president of
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was provided a
' .s. lives "of thousands of: people. The Southern Sugar company told of experiments NINETEEN AREENROLLED .J In tIt league will be teams from
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....; ', ndable points particularly! the in Cuba.Accompanied. FOR' ; Belle. Glade, and the manage- E. Bruce Youngs of Opalocka,
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f' 'r clause which provides that in addition by N. C. Storey, Mr. weiH of the local ball club is handled
the Clewiston News from Tallahassee
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i to the governor, the secretaryof Bishop returned last week from Hav- by: E. L. tSewart, W. C. Owen, ir D -

'agriculture, attorney general and ana where they.studied the operationof TENNIS TOURNEY Dave Alston and E. "B. Butler ,this- week... _v : .. ,
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comptroller, the board of Flood Con the Falkiner'' sugar cane harvester The schedule for May is as follows;

... ". trol would also consist of six men the construction and experimental operation '- May 5-Canal Point Sugars at CJew- fit; 't I ,the flood control district, creates a

V" : % ;who are land owners in the flood con. of which is financed by the Keen Interest Is Shown iston; Belle Glade at Brown ..com' board to deal with representativesof

.,-' trot district and residents of the Punta Alegrle Sugar company.It In Contest To Open pany., r the federal government and provides

', ':state. These would have the majority was, the opinion of both.Mr. Bishop May 12-"-Btjlle Glade at Clewiston a tax of not more than a mill
In Ten DaysWith a dollar on all property in the district -
on
This is logical
board.
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:: Tote on the and Mr. Storey that the harvester and aCn'oPint Sugars at Brown Co: '
and sensible provision for it is quite and authorizes a $6OOoCoOO bond
with a few minor adjustments will operate May 19-Clewiston at Brown company
plans completed for the tennis i PTh. issue to the work. An important
in the carry on
natural that there are men successfully, and materially reduce } and Canal Point Sugars at
'.!i' Everglades competent to handle such tournament to open at. Clewiston Belle Glade. s provision is that the control
the harvesting The Falk
') I .-s.c!, : : work, and it follows too that the I expense. within the next week or ten days \ __ o} the work may be transferred to the
..."I ., ,., a iner harvester is a two row machine. May 26-Brown company at Belle
:. the ground will have a better nineteen contestants have already! gqvernment at any time.
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men on .. The cane in the row is caught between :Glade and Clewiston at aCnal Point.
:: -' understanding of the needs of the signified their intention of entering1, ''In ,.. t,. According to the statements'of the
I the last of the
two arms, and the cane, including pre-season games
I ': it was announced yesterday by Her measure the taxes authorized are In
section than someone several nun-
Jj. "'- I tops and trash cut into four foot before the opening of the Everglades
.; J1'' ;.tiled miles awjThe measure has bert Blate who with A. J. Chenet i is proportion to the benefits 'to be derived
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lengths.As ; League next Sunday, 'the locals
: ;: ..." )been' characterized as the "greatesthumanitarian I it the in ,charge of the tournament.. toured to'Okeechobee last Sun from the work in each part of
progresses through machine
'.,1; :t: "'. measme ever presented As soon as the entry list is .co n}- the distirct and that the benefits
there is a blower'attachment. : day and exhibited the best brand .of
to the legislature" and we hope plete there will be the drawing for MRS. KYNETT T 0 from the work will greatly exceed the
baseball in this
i which has a force sufficient to blow seen section this sea
'. .' ., ; that the legislators will be sufficient (Please turn to Page 6)) cost.
: : out the tops and trash but the heavier son.
,, '.,:',' ::humanitarians to put upon their STUDY MAKING OF Representative Young's commenton
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r I J'' -; pieces of cane dropping into a hopper, Pete Wilson, on the mound for the
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: the of their the measure was that it is the
,' : \ .measure stamp approval. from where it is loaded into the cane THIRTEEN CARS Crew showed some of his last year's
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carts.A form in letting the opposition ,down, SUGAR PRALINES
ROLL FELDA
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substantial would be with five hits and giving only one
saving effected up
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: 'J: through the use of such a harvester base on balls. This walk, a single anda zr
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: -:. when it is Perfected.NEWSPAPERS. scratch 'double scored keechobee'sfirst Inn Manager Resigns to
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.' -- Are Shipped to run, and when Pete let up witha
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<" lead of ten runs, a triple and wild
Northern Markets a
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pitch them .another. Fast fielding
gave
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,, .<,Ior the,.mouth of May and games will Thirteen cars Ot'e?etablt M awl completely smothered every other t
/ .. ACTION ON TARIFF double I 1\Irs.'or. E. Kynett for the past yea -
opportunity,
plays started by
,.- "lie p ayed in at least two of the half- ; fruit, ue.-e shipped fl'vn''' Felda d .

.i 'r .' ...*.... .,dozen communities each Sunday This ing the past .weektt} : ,wa-s. 'x111 (; 1'.1 Sims, and Bolton, with Crouch at the manager of the Clewiston Inn resigned TEXAN ENTHUSED
the manufactureof
this week to
A:V..,'_ tf-jftis..a .fine move, for the entiresectioni ON, FOREIGN SUGAR by .A. ,O.;Wau. curl pjm, .:Tari&S!' { ,pivot and Reier on the receiving end, study ,
pralines-with .view to supervising
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.*, ._if or, the formation of the baseball were in Clewiston this week., The I getting a big -hand fromtine fans.;; r .: :
A \ r All but of the Clewiston the manufacturing of the delicacy on'a OVER PROSPECTSo
one
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a., league is an opening wedge by. which shipment was the target in the history -
scale for the Southern Sugar
1)) y '.the communities i in the family of lake Editors Throughout of the Ileudry county community. were scored after two were out,, the large this '
She left for Indianapolis
., < towns may be brought into closer con Country Stress Need Crew .staking Wilson to a four .I'un company. her 11 VISIT HERE
will
week: where she complete
tact. Clewistonites will visit Belle Eight cars of watermelons were (Please turn to Page 6)) .'
of More Protection plans for the manufacturing o fpra
Glade and South Gay baseball fans I shipped
among them being four cars
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'1 S 'j J'. Will visit Moore iiaren. There will from Smith and Padgett, three from E. R. Shepard of Houston
i The Importance of a protective, tariff ,
I naturally follow the exchange of ideas I for domestic L. B. McEwen and .a car from Jack. Universal Markets High in Praise of
sugar producing is being
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which is good for either a single community son! Granger and S. R. Carroway.
J stressed by papers not only in Enlarges Store In MAY DAY PLANSUNDER B. G. DahlbergHigh I
.. or a 'group of commuuities.a. The Felda packing house In addition -
<' sugar producing areas but by
progressive Hopkins Building
With
roads under construction it will to shipping( watermelons is be
editors In all sections of the praise for the made
'" not) be long before WAY HERE progress
a trip to South I ginning to ship tomatoes and ,peppers
,J .,Hay or Canal Point i is country who see in an increased sugar Enlargement of the store facilitiesof here during the past year was expressed
matter lit-
a; a of I and every indication points to
; tariff the bolstering of one of the most take this week by E. R. Shepardof
tie more than ]half an hour, and with the heaviest shipping season in the I I the Universal Markets to

.. "r the teams _building up this good will I important States. industries in the United history of Felda.Brother '. care of the steadily Increasing vol.ume Celebration and Pag- Houston Texas, director of tale

a in other communities, it should of business was announced this Southern Sugar company who visited
< mean eant to B e Presented
From Titusville. on the east coast of Clewiston after absence of almosta
even greater week by Ralph Altman, manager who an
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'iI speed the progressive
Florida, several and Niece At School
development of the entire northern miles from any sugar said that negotiations have been com-, I year. '.

.Everglades. producing area, J. W. H. in his weekly Visit Rev. BaileyHigh loted with E. C.! Sneer local real estate Accompanied by Mrs. Shepard who
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.- column shows the absurdity of plansof I agent for the leasing of the storeroom Plans for the first May celebrationin was on_ her first visit to Florida, :Mr.

-. \ .- .,'' Nineteen applicants have already a Cuban group and the need of. tariff praise for Florida in generaland adjoining the Universal Markets the Clewiston school were an Shepard spent two days on a comprehensive

: ::legistered. for. play i Jn the city ten. in the following editorial: the work: being done by,.;the in the Hopkins block which was nounced this week by Mrs. J. E. ] inspection tour of the sugar

'I : 'nis, tournament "Cuba has proposed to the United Southern Sugar company in the formerly occupied by the Harvel Seed Beardsley Principal who said that all company holdings in this section.

Tennis which is to open States to reduce the tariff on sugar on northern Everglades was expressed company. the children of the school are participating They left here Tuesday afternoon for

.- ,, Tournament- jn Clewiston within the plea that it would stimulate the yesterday by Edward P Bailey of The Sebring branck of the Universal and a record attendance is ex Miami where they will stop a few

.{\ .". : ,' the next ten demand for United States grown sug- Philadelphia who with his daughterMrs. :Markets will bo discontinued, and pected. days before driving up the east coast

i'; ,- days and there will, probably be as ar. The plan proposed by the Cuban : .Charles Connon of the same cityis I the fixtures from this store will be The program which is to be given and: back to their home in Texas.

,many more signed up before the play government would eventually wipe out visiting his brother and sister in I moved to Clewiston. |I at 1:30: o'clock on Friday May 10 will Mr. Shepard was in Clewiston last

::starts. Tournaments are the tariff altogether. The surprise that law Dr. include the crowning of the May June when the erection of the steelwork
;. good things and Mrs. W. T. Bailey o( the I Commenting ou the extension Mr.
" l 1/ whether they be tennis or bridge. In Is naturally occasioned by the proposal Clewiston Community church. I Altman said: Queen, special dances and a pageant : for the 1,500 ton a day mill was

.athletic endeavor :particularly they is that the Cuban government would j '"Until I made this trip .there were I I "Our volume of business has grown showing the! history oC Clewiston fromthe nearing completion. Constructionwork

",are advantageous for news of the believe that such a prop al would be but seven states in the Union which I steadily; since we opened our Clewis days of the Seminoles to the present was under way at the mil!

competition brings others to think of taken seriously by the government of I had not visited and Florida was one ,tOll store until it ,has progressed to time. ., again this week when the, Texan visited -
,c the game and the United States. .' The school children have been busy here, for the of the
ir eventually there are of them, said Mr. Bailey.; "I am very a point today where it is essentialthat enlarging
r 'more'people "Cuba apparently doesn't practising forte past' few weeks and factory from 1,500 ton 4,000 tons
exercising which is ben under- much enthused over the possibilitiesof we have additional store space. ,to
eficial not only physically but men : stand,.the trend of opinion: in the Unit Florida in general and In Clewis The Universal Markets appreciatesand every indication is" that the affair daily 'capacity. '

tally. The man who burrows into his ed States relative to the tariff. If it ton and, timer northern Everglades in 'the enlarging of our store is in will be a great success. -:-- "It seems almost unbelievable,*'

work all day, and again delves into did it would- Jmow, that it has brought particular. You people have a wonderful this endorsement ,of the community Louise. Waldron(:' ha'8b1 n selected said Mr. Shepard, "that such progress -

it fervrish'r' at night or worries down the,oldest and most pronounced community In Clewiston and keeping with the Universal policy of as May Queen and \naids;: to,the Queenare could have been made in less

-, about his days work will find himself difference between the two great political the Southern Sugar company is giving service for we wiH be even bett.er Frances Tippey; Marcia Avant i (Please turn to Page 6)) '

running'a poor second to the efficient. ] parties in :the country. Where you a real reason for a prosperous able to serve the public in the enlarged and Cora Scott. ..I -

one who after his days work is done the democratic party in the south once community." Pages are. to be Billy Owen and .
quarters. Mrs. Downs And Mrs
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is. able to get on the tennis would listen to nothing along the line Josephine Woods. .
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ou the o'f tariff [ The w'mfi Deam Jackson Are Highin;jSeventh }
- :, golf course and relax. creation..it now boldly advo- dancers Dorothy /

'" 'E. R. cates in IDanY.Jluarters higher tariffs LADIES AID MINSTREL ATTRACTS. Jewell Lowe, Roberta! George Vesta Bridge Game. '

'.. Shepard prominent electrical Please Allen, eBtty Spicer 'Margie Harvel,
turn to 6
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engineer of Houston '___, .-'--..-' '' ," --
Texas YIsftedClewistoll RECORD CROWD AT :FIRST SHOWING Please'turn to page, 6 The seventh game of the Clewiston!

during EXPRESS TOMATO --- "! bridge tournament played; at the Watt

Texan the past week aft. SHIPMENTS BANNED AT MERCHANTS' OBSERVE I auabe .hotel t Wednesday night found
Enthused- LOCAL THEATRE, ON WEDNESDAY
er an absence of : FIRST HALF HOLIDAY Mrs. Claude Downs and'-Mrs.. C.. A.J
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almost a year. He I Interstate tomato ,shipments in _________ Jackson holding high score for north'

1 yaw many changes and he left for his I less than carload lots are banned Before Yesterday afternoon was the first and ;'south positions with Mrs. G... 'tj.J
home more optimistic Standing Room Only Sign Is Hung Out
,.' than ever over I according to the latest ruling of the Thursday half holiday for local Thomas and T. V. Watson high ,for
the possibilities of this We' state I Curtain Rises On First Act; ,Show" \
section. plant board, to prevent the "Great merchants officially announcing the east.and west positions. "

t :past who have been in Clewiston for the possible spread of the, Mediterranean Is' Consensus Of Opinion opening of the summer season in J # The tournament standing to' date
year or two '
may be prone to_take fruit fly menace. The ruling : a I Clewiston. is' now:
too' -- I 1
much for granted. There is the does not affect carload lots bow BY I. LEYKDIT ; and before eight o'clock despite' the Many housewives forgetting the'" North and South U

possibility work that being so close to the ever although a permit is necessaryfor With a "standing room only sign I I fact that additional chairs had'hecn at local stores Thufsday afternoon Mrs.' Claud Downs.. 1SS; Mrs. C. A,.
we do not the ,
r.1, '.it. Every see immensity of the shipment'of ripe tomatoes.To hung up ten minutes before the'first placed in the aisle, the place was, fill only to find them shut tight. All Jackson, ,100; Mrs J. E. Beardsley,

ing toward day we are steadily increas date there has been no sign of curtain the Sugar Cane Minstrel, ed to capacity and several persons of the progressive merchants of the S4; L. S. Ames, 72; C. ,A. Jackson.

w 4 producing our goal as a great sugar the Mediterranean fruit fly in Hen- sponsored by the Ladies Aid societyof were,. turriea: away. I community are joining In the move 168; Mrs. William Cecil Owen, 27 and -

,might area and those of us who dry county although a strict watchis the Clewiston Community' church The',.show which consists of three I for Thursday afternoon closing, and :Mrs. R. L. Simpson 23. '

r. do well be losing our viewpoint would I being kept. J. E. Beardsley was was, given Wednesday night to a capacity hours of merriment opened with a I one' merchant advised that Clewis I East and West .

'. trip. to. 10 take a four or six weeks named this week as inspector by house In the Glatex teatre. .chorua; of welcome! which guests ton housewives pin a small sign on I I Mrs:? G. B. Thomas, 391; S. S. Bear-'

1'i '- .< tors eyes.see Clewston| through a ylsi-I Wilmon Newell who is leading the Shortly after 7:30 o'clock the audience in the audience were singled out for. I the wall of their kitchen to remind j man, 276; 'Mrs. A. Backus, 2S; ,A-

I fight on the pest. began to file into the theatre I (Please turn to Page 6)) them of the Thursday closing plan. I II : Backus, 2i and W. 31. Giles. 5.

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PAGE TWO CLEWISTON NEWS. LEWISTON FLORIDA FRIDAY, MAY 3, IMS"

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News .. ural advantages of Florida-advantages that no amount of discouragement -- J ','
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CLEWISTON SANITARY DAIRY
Entered as second-class matter February; 8, 1928, at .the post officeat for homemaking for health" ; preservation and the extension of life, I
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Clewiston Fla., under trie' Act of March 3, 1879... Florida's advantages are supremely, great."' He urges all the peaple heroto
: One Quart of Good Milk 1 is! Equal to 'Either

LOUIS A. MORGAN ................:........................................... Publisher be of good cheer, and they will certainly win. ,The troubles of the past are ',

only such as could be expected ,in the...growing stabilizing age of develop- I. -34 LBS. OF LEAN ROUND BEEF Jj; )

TOM SMITH .................*.........................................................?;Editor I i -3 LBS. OF FRESH .COD FISH
ment. The future opens bright ahead, .;and his advice is for greater effort and ,.I,,

Subscription Hates moro. confidence in ultimate victory; predicting' the reawakening of outside \ ''-6 LBS. OF SPINACHI I ,

' By mail in Florida interest in .a: state that has possibilities -8 EGGS I i.
; By mail outside of Florida as yet scarcely estimated.. -Florida > 1 1- .
$2.00 '" ,. / -2 LBS. POTATOES > -
$2.50 One year Times-Union. ''
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.,"' .. NEWS' PLATFORM S ; ..: CABBAGES AND -KINGS S : Pure milk is our best food.

of Lake Okeechobee with water transportation. ., w
1. Definite control .t' I -' ; :''t.>I.c';>fI-_, jo

2. Early completion of the highways:_ for local s transportation. .. _. andconcentriiion' J:, ,..--"', .. '.,:... ,.,. .; : CLEWISTON DAIRY COMPANY .,

of products. -< ''--/Leviathan-: passangers show preference for beer and wine.-Newspaper -, ,,- -- L 'r" .
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sutwtantlaf downward revision of freight rates, on ,vegetables and! I Ii Jt V *
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t uJo! \' She:-I never speak) creatures. .. .. ', .
f What are the motives behind the much used word "cooperation! ? In the I 'R-

f community it be said that there are several reasons cros.s / .". APPEARANCE :It
of : ,
,life and progress a- may With the state r, work completed, Fort Myers '. .
I ., ___' and Palm Beach : : '
. : why citizens engage in cooperative-eff to gain common ends and accomplish will l certainly be attractive suburbs" ot I: .ist'on. ''i :-h *. '..', ." ',: '." ,, '

both from selfishness and "- :, .
common purpos'es. Cooperation springs 1 .
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THESE TOUGH TOUGH BRITONS : '-'......... S
'i .' their shoulders to the wheel for the sheer joy of making e g o. ... .
pIe put : In'London criticized severely by a peer for. 1 .... .
.. recently a sportsman was: .... .
Others, desiring to ,help their own business or boost' their social aspirations, S : .' :
\ the',ma nner in which ,he. ran his horses. The sportsman incensed, challenged. -- .. .Iil'
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jump In with their coats off and sleeves rolled up to do the job that is to be .r I J) atrbhize .
,.. his critic to a duel and the latter chose fire extinguishers as the, weapon. : S il:

: don Still others. have a financial. reason which, if legitimate detracts nothing :
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... retiring .
I They did not swing them: playfully at each other but, to the spacious '
: or little from the credit gained. For results count, after all and the general ,
: lawn squirted the' chemical civicously at each other. When both extinguishers Your Homer
looks only to results. 1 1 S ,:: t:'q1 i
public
.. were empty, the duellists repairedkto. th'h use. The, insult bas.'been,. : : 6 .' !
L This business of cooperation to build a town or city is the greatest factor \ : .. .I
avenged. Horrors! / ." .
of all. So long as the people with. personal. motives make them known, and : '\ I ::- : Laundry :

. long as the personal ends sought for and obtained do not interfere with S ,
J.' so The Flapper lies weeping and wailing \
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;(.5. the, general results, we can see no reason for withholding! support. ? in common As angry and sad as"can'i",be I"l ; ,;",".,.' ." .: ., .

(:. endeavors. In the final analysis we are all somewhat selfish. There is some 'I ',' And'this' is the thought ? ; e'Is' thinking .-.' ;:.!t".' "'Vv/ :' ,-... CLEWISTON STEAM LAUNDRYS 1 i. "

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: opment helps somebody or some group of people if. it helps in any degree. I -=P.. H. A. in Times- Union 1 ..- ,

Every bit of public work costs somebody or some group of people money, time : ., : L ,
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and personal effort. We could no more weed out arid separate the. personal A woman is someone who wonders" why all the cars are coming south E ? :
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rewards of community work from those it affects than 'we'could afford to the one way street while she is driving north.-Detroit.,. News. 1 i' 5'S S : \;',:, .

: stop development because somebody? profited by it to the sacrifice of others. 1 r. .

;, For. cooperation means helping the other.fellow, :, and in turn helping ourselves: Senator Wesley Jones who thought. up.. the, Jones. law.- says" that he sees .; ..>

1 We do know, however, that unless individual ideas and ambitions placed very little drinking In America these days. The last blind senator we had '" < : ,' '
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. into the common larder they can not hope to become. the realization of the was Mr. Gore of Oklahoma.-New York Post.- I ;1t}' : :; >: :; : > ,;.:, ; : :: .

" : ***-.' ;I ." 1 ; .t:,>: Cleanliness is next" Godliness 1
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10",'..'., "_. ,'' Dud Geddes on The Fort Myers Press, gently kicks because we sent hima 1 t
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4" marked copy, of the Clewiston News on which two cents additional postagewas 1 1 :
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.;f:. due. We, hadn't realized that the volume of advertising was 'quite that 1 1 ,

V'. Neither wheat nor corn beef nor mutton America's, most valuable ;.b : 1
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I. J' '....*' heavy. But anyway the compliment qr ,tl4'.rress was worth two cents ofanybody's II .f. 1,

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-.; .ft,, crop Is milk.
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; Professor James E. Boyle of the Department of Rural Economy at Cornell I .

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:;,. University lists the seven greatest crops, in order of their per capita 'I -

.::1'> value as follows: Milk, $25.23; corn 15.91; hogs $14.21; cotton, $16.06; i l YOUR APPEARANCE I II ,, .. ,. .,'

t hay, $10.39; poultry, $10.69 and wheat, $S53.: The total value of the corn S :
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:'. crop for 1927 was slightly more than two billion dollars,' while that of dairy ;/ } ': :j"f' .

{c' products was close to three billion. We are proud of the fact that we have : '
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,I'. The extensive use of dairy products. is a phenomenon of latter-day civ : : P" GENERALCONTRACTING \

ilization. No longer is milk restricted to babies and invalids. No longer is I.' "
helped to make Clewiston a thriving city.

J" cheese sold. only in huge cartwheels, kept under a. bell jar, to persons lack- ;i : '

Ing in refined tastes. No longer is butter unattainable by the masses.
I We are pioneers in the Barber Business. '
It is not in the grocery alone, however, that milk products have' come ,'.

,r.;: Into their own.. The soda fountain rapidly becoming the luncheon haunt of 4 .1. iY' : Mill Work :.i.iy'Y ?\ : ,

:: '' America, Is responsible for increase .. .i \ : : ; ;: > \ .' .. .
a large in the use tof milk and cream. : ; : ; : ; ,: I', ." '.:' :':
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I.'S In' 1927 there were produced in the United States .335,703,610 gallons if ice .; ;: :; ,_ITPAYS'ft:, : \:; ,

; ,1, cream'while the consumption of malted milk drinks, chocolate with whipped I a ., '.>_ 2 : !r, .. :, .. ',\r:: : ',:' : : : ; ; \

.' cream and other delicacies helped to increase milk sales in no small de i "1 ; .V':.f;; :To patronize 'our' shop:" '" ".,.,-/$'.... -y",'." j' I II : 'jitlP' : :
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gree. In addition condensed and powdered milk manufacturing has reached 3;\,- t .. ..:

the status of ,an important industry. .:' ':* ? ,'.- ( -;, :

The explanation of the increased milk consumption lies no doubt in .t. 1 j .'.. :>'&:]j)&T r 1-5.'. ;' .
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the fact that the healthfulness of dairy products has become recognized d Y cLEwisToNs'S'S' \ .. .. A &. -: #" :.f{ :; '
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the nation..The. study of vitamins and calories, connected with experiments I Ij :::; ( j> j ,

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into the .worth, .of,a .varied, _. menu'. ,. has changed the Dietary habits of arnatlori.: .: '. '
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Luxuries have become necessities cheap.at,, any price.-Tampa 4 :-Tribune' j 'Clewis. ton' .'.-,. .-,'-' -..rvV:;**::"ijv",i Sp.,1: :i-:1: ::'' '<:;:-V.{ '.I.. :..' Florida: 1 \$ 'i :: ''hSave '' :: c'J' ; : "
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AN OPTIMIST'S VIEW OF Fl'ORIDA'I .,- '" ,11, II.. '-i_ ,.. ._ .._ ., ,. -. ........... j. ,:..' ,.gr' {" '.oJ yrv.i: .-V'i."J":;., ( ".*."'"'"''>' .

Writing at the request of ,a well known firm of Daytona 'B'ea'ch: his opinion I a 1 O rreRutationls'our: recommendatIon .
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of the present and future of Florida Richard H. Edmoncls. $- editor of 'the 'S '... .
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Manufacturers Record Introduces his R S ,
article
by declaring that "Florida is : '
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'80, ACRE FARM i '
-an Infant as compared with its future i I i } : ; '
; just as much an infant as a new-born \ f : .;' ..; ; "
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I I RICH BLACK MUCK-rVATER CONTROL", : : : ,
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babe in ,
comparison with a giant measuring itself by what It will be in the 1 T t \ *.*% '' .'j ,'' ... ,
future." The letter was I J'- $110.00 PER A CR'f $ : ; \.
published
in. the Daytona Beach News-Journal a few : .. ,
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days ago, and will no doubt be read In sections far removed from the state.It -, ..," '! ,/ ". ..!of{ .c. ,

}was, or will be 'read, also by thousands in, Florida, and the message clearlY .. ''.: \ 5 & '.ACRE -FARM S ., .,. .. .

UNDER: WATER ''CQNTROL' .. 'r;> I I ,, .
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encouraging and pointedly I
optimistic, is as important for home consumption i '
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$150.00 PER .
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as anywhere. Florida 'folks are not yet all cured o'\he "blues which \ -
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serious malady settled down In I I"" I f' ,' / I
spots a few But 1:1
years -ago. they are getting 5- .5 40 ACRESCUSTARD / ':" ::1 t .
better all the time, and many are .
completely"recovered .
and dally renew. their .APPLE ''LAND\ WATER CONTROL
thanks to the Providence which .._ : .. l' J.:
has, cast their lot in this fair land. : r 1 :1 I
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"This I : CROW BROTHERS
country is .
Increasing Its wealth at the rate of over $15,000,000- I '\I. .
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000,000 a.year. says Mr. Edmonds. "This stupendous gain in wealth makesan : WRI1t ;) r:
rThc; ,, > Builders of Clc&islon"
'enormous Increase In tho number of people who ; f .
can seek refuge from the : I "

fitter. climate of the North and West In this heaven-favored land" says Mr. 1 M< G' 'T J'. ... T.7. / .1l <,.' f ,', ., .(Q; I 1 1I

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conclusion, the I I
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distinguished
friend of Florida and the whole South '.

indicates that It would he Impossible !In a short article ..a.r .-. : .... ... ......._.... .....:. .....:.- : ,;. .. 6c .- '
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(&FRIDAY.. MAY 3, 1929 CLEW1STON\XEWS.\ ?, CLEWISTON FLORIDA : Page Three


W"lt the purpose of electing two ((2)) Com I I JfC4..I...,7....,..,..... ,

1 : LaBelle News ; and missioners three (3)to) serve Commissioners for two ((2)to) years serve, 14ftt. 1.

: t 'J' for four ((4))' years, commencing at I
noon on the day following ten (10) !

, years from the date of organization cord
..: : T .yv '\ -; hereunder, and in calling such election
; SPRING DAY TONIC daughteraccompanied her to Fort Mr. and Mrs. Jas L. Nicholson. : the said Commission shall have

".:.x. A lovely spring tonic party was Myers Sunday afternoon. 'f : tored" to Fort Myers Saturday on bus all the powers duties and responsibilities : I her -
of Board
a of County Commissioners
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., held at the Dreyer home Friday ---- iness.. 'qS:! '=- in Florida in regard to

?L night, April 26. As a person entered :Mr. and Mrs. John Poole motoredto ....'. the calling and holding ot' such election not

they were greeted by the Indian medicine Lake Wales to attend the Bok Mrs. A. L. Taylor, Judge Carl Bek and 'shall canvass and declarethe ? ( over
result. The said Commission shall
man who diagnosed their cases.J tower, Sunday. emeyer, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Pettee,
post or cause to bo posted, noticesat
:; They were then turned over to Doctor f and George Loveland Pettee w'ere three ((3)) public places' within said

Quack, the white doctor who dlso Sheriff McLaughlin and his deputies guests in Clewiston,"'Vednesday, .. City of, Clewiston, at least thirty (30) 500,000

'. examined. Several operations were captured a large still about four -- ',, days prior to, said election, giving notice ,
'of, the time and place of said I
",: performed successfully by the doc miles down the river. No one was County Judge Charles O. Ross committed : election, stating the offices to be fill-

tors and' those not needing opera- found who knew anything of it. E. E. Odom, O. L. Hall and ed at said election, and giving the

tions were given bottles of medicine ___ *>. Evelyn Hall to the Lee county jail names of three inspectors and a clerk New Six Cglinder

having the names of different poisons County Attorney H. A. Rider and last Wednesday charged with the oppointed as such by the said Commission -
to hold said cl clion. Any .
In reality delicious punch. The I children motored..: to Fort Myers: Sunday l larcency of an automobile belongingto resident 'freeholder, a citizen of the -

admission was a quarter and 6? per: _wife Dilly Mr. R. Y.. Patterson of Clewiston. United States, over twent '"ol1e' ((21) 1. : 'tCBEVROIETS

years of ago and of sound mind, .residing
sons were present making a total receiPt Is recovering from breaking his j ,
'within the limits of said Cityon '
.' of $1G for the church. arm in two places a week ago. Mr. Progress on the deeds for road No. the date of said election, shall be ,i.

: A spelling bee was also held In Rider states he Is Improving rapidly 25 from the Lee county line to La eligible to vote in said, election and -- .. since Jan. 1St

which all the names to be spelled under the conditions. Belle is coming along fine and deeds to be qualified to hold any office tthe'said ,
II first election. The election 'iM "
were medical names. :Mr. A. K. Taylor are coming In from every section of
and the Clerk shall be the
Inspectors
',"'was. the teacher..The doctors mentioned Mroand Mrs. G. W. Pettee and the country, County Attorney Rider. I judges of the qualification of the 11 A. f' '''Again, Chevrolet surpasses its most

< above were' Carl Royer-1' Indian I George Loveland Pettee motored to .states. '" 'ele tors. No formal nominations shall .,) YT.', ';f brilliant record, of, the past by producing

medicine man, and Carroll Christie, Fort Myers and Crescent beach Sun '.' '.r.t' ( be required. The elector may at this ,. over 500,000 six-cylinder Chevrolets >in<

: Doctor' Quack. day. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Daugherty and first election of the City use a ballot ) four months-a greater number of six-
ballot
upon which the name of his .
The program was enjoyed by all I Joseph Juniar and Marjorio Daugher- or her candidate shall be written in :,;" : cylinder cars than any othermanu' '

.' ::-.... present. I I Mr. and Mrs. John Powell were ty and Missess Laura and Rosa Daub ink or pencil, typewritten or printed, ;':" facturer has ever built in an, entire year!
I and fold the ballot and deposit the ) A ride
;fj I I guests In Tampa-jfor the week end. and William Daub were visitors Inlyers in this new Six is a revelation-
in ballot box in the
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same a presenceof
.:.\ MISSIONARY SOCIETY I I :' Fort Sunday. '. the inspectors, or two of them,"'and 'x come in and get a demonstration.The .

E. L. Alrcdge and Bernard Sanders such ballots shall be considered legally The' COACH TfheCoevert
,. ;. The Methodist Missionary Society sufficient without further for Roadster 5525 -S 725
) i j r motored to oFrt Myers Saturday. AROUND THE TOWN iMeLanJau .
:.was delightfully entertained by Mrs. J I I WITH THE GUTTER CLUB malities.The two ((2)) persons receiving Phaeton Tile .$525 S Delivery The Sedan: .. .$595''j
---- the highest number of votes 5 9 5
I .r The
'.M. J. Bush ixt her home on Hispochee 11s -1 ri .595 .
.. A Alvah Burke left Sunday for Jack The Gutter club a niens civic for the two-year term and the three Coupe . IlveryChassis'300
Thl
.avenue.. sonville where he will attend the I I club which meets every day at the ((3)) persons receiving the highest Sedn ., .$6",5' / o. h. Cha ITCjJ1'J13 .S545
.- Delicious refreshments were among number of votes for the 'four-year The Snort $/nr; factory. Flint
Woodmen of the World convention. Everett, hotel and discussess ,the top Cabriolet *> 'J Michigan TonChas'$650( .. .
term 'shall be respectively deemedto
the' features, consisting of potato? sal. While Mr. Burke is away Mrs. Burkeis ics of the day of world and local In- be elected as such Commissioners.The :: COM lr.\RE. the dcJUcrcd price as well as the list I

.1 ady, pimento sandwiches and, tea. delivering milk. terest. Members are called GutterSnipes said Commissioners so elected ti, price In considering automobile values. Chevrolet's

.,.' ,'noon gathering of the LaBelle ladies and sit in council around. .hall have the same status, powers .i1...:, ,1 delivered prices dciiyaud:\nrJlI c only imancin reasonable. charge. ,'for..

Among those present at the after- I .and' duties and shall organize themselves '
their chief the sidewalk outsIdethe '
: TAX ASSESSOR IN NEW OFFICE on and be the continuing corpor- r
were, Mesdames Taylor, Royer, Bauer --
hotel, the president sitting In the ate authority in said municipality the 1 f'-- -
."..., '\ Pfaff, Dreyer, Magill, Nicholson Saturday. the tax assessors office I gutter. New members are always in- same as provided for the originally I
.,4- Frank Addicks He- was moved from the' first floor of the .. constitut d f"n..f.....: I. : I CLEWISTON MOTOR
." Magill, Cornette I vited. The only qualification being to e 'VVLU.llilOIVU: of f vo" (5) 1 1t i COMPANY
v .*_.. ', courthouse to the commissioner's members, excepting that they shall t
Buckwatter
I ..... roy, Pfluge, Hendrick- tell a joke on a friend. cease to have the power to reelect .
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room on thovsecond floor. The new
; son and Henderson.
themselves or to elect others, and ) ,
room will be much more suited for
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: thereafter be regularly elected on the
-E. E. Edwards was a motorist to the office as it is much larger anda I will introduce in the '1929 Legis first Monday after the First Mondayof A SIX IN THE PRICE RANGE OF THE FOUR

I ...Lake: Wales and the Bok singing tower door has been made for the adjoin, lature 'a special or local bill, the substance the month preceding the expirationof
term of office for which
elected
, .t-, Sunday. ing room which will be used for of which is as follows:
AN ACT TO AMEND SECTIONS hereunder, and for full terms of four
I maps. There, is also much. more air THREE ((3)), SIX ((6)) and SEVEN (7) ((4)) years each. In case of death, disability -

Miss Slgny Hendrickson and Miss I and less, bother from visitors. The OF ARTICLE 1 AND SECTIONS disqualification, resignationor "IN AMERICA'S NEW SUGAR BOWL"I

Mary Henderson were visitors at the downstairs room will be much better ONE ((1)) AND TWO ((2)) OF ARTICLE removal of any Commissioner,
III OF CHAPTER. 10433 OF such vacancy in the Commission shall
Bok tower Sunday. suited for the commissioners as it is THE LAWS OF FLORIDA OF 1925. be filled by the remaining commissioners .
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f I more convenient and much smaller PROVIDING FOR AND CREATINGTHE for the unexpired term. The ; '

Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Wright of Arcadia : which will keep more visitors away CITY OF CLEWISTON, AS rules and regulations for the regis- THE .
I I AMENDED BY CHAPTER 12616 OF tration of voters, and rules, laws and i CLEWISTON INN
were business visitors in La from their meetings.Mr. : regulations ,
THE ,LAWS OF FLORIDA OF 1927. forholding and .
I Belle, Monday. -- BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE certifying general and special elec-' ; On Lake Okeechobee

;i : A. J. Cruger, U. S:. GovernmentFarm OF FLORIDA: tions to elect Commissioners and for I
:"The Hull Sec. 1. That Section Three (3))' of other purposes, shall be prescribed ,";'
family held reunion Loan here
a family agent was
Mondayto Article Iof Chapter '10433, of the Laws ; by ordinance'of the said City of Clew -
an annual event at Mrs. Hulls interview farmers who had been o? Florida of 1925, as amended bi.. iston the same not to bo in conflict -- M:' E. .K Ynett Manager

residence in LaBelle. About 40 memo loaned seed and fertilizer by the .government Chapter 12616( of the 'Laws of .Floridaof : with the Constitution or laws of the ,
1927 be and the is hereby : State of Florida this charter of Clewiston Florida
: :'bel's'o.f. the. family were present. 'after the hurricane. Mr. same or ,
amended, so that the said section in the said City; provided, however,
t-, ..'"" Cruger states that very few were said Article shall read as follows; that no person shall be deprived of
:= J vMr. and Mrs. Hurd L. Reeves and [ able to pay the interest much less the "Sec. 2. That the initial corporate'' the right to vote on account of sex.

family, and Mr. and Mrs. Grant of principal on these loans/ their prin- authority in said municipality shall No person shall be eligible for elec- OPEN ALL YEAR
be vested in a commission consistingof tion as Commissioner under this Sec-
Fort
Pierce held a picnic at Lake cipal reasons being, host, dry weather '
five ((5)) persons, all of whom must tion who is not la qualified elector
Anne where they spent a delightful or lack of finances. be citizens of Florida; provided, however and resident freeholder of the said

,), ). ,day fishing etc that the Mayor, the Commissioner City of Clewiston. I

The Royal Neighbors' lodge of La of Public Works, and the City Sec. 7. After the first election pro
Mrs. Hurd L. Reeves is Clerk each in addition to being ,citizens vided for herein to be held, the annual
spendingthe Belle entertained members of that of Florida, shall also be residents election of. the City of Clewiston

week with her daughter Mrs. lodge of South Florida to an annual I I. and electors of the City of snaIl be held on the first Tuesday .

Grant; in Fort Pierce. banquet which is held each year indifferent Clewiston. The persons who shall after the first Monday of the month : ;,i..... .. ,..' ,', ',' ', ': .::. ,

I compose the first ,commission here- preceding that in which the term of ., .
cities, at the Everett hotelin -
CO. under shall be F. Deane Duff, R. Y. any of the Commissioners shall ex:
I
; COMMISSIONERS MEETr '
LaBelle on Thursday evening April Patterson, and Malcolm W. Bigg, who vireo Any person who shall possess

\: ;]I I-f The Hendry County Board of Com- 18. Several LaBelle ladies were initiated shall each serve as commissioners for 'the qualifications of an elector under

i! missioners met at the courthouse in and there was a. fairly good four years, and Jules M. Burguieres the general laws of the State of, Florida -

',!' .. special, session Thursday, April 25 and F. E.: Bryant who shall each governing elections and shall
attendance
'I' beyond all expectations serve as commissioners for two years. have resided within the territorial

""', J" for considering several resolutions. of the LaBelle citizens.Mr. The said F. Deane Duff shall be the limits of said City for six months pre- ANOTHER PROSPEROUS SUMMER
a/'. These being among a resolution to I Mayor, the said R Y. Patterson shall ceding tho election, and shall have -

/ ask the representative not to be Commissioner of Public Works: registered in accordance with the or-
Annie Hall
duce v was a visitor in and the ,said. Malcolm W. Bigg shall dinances of said City and .shall' have
a bill
providing I
for
court a intro"I LaBelle Saturday on business. be the City Clerk. All of said persons,' previously paid his poll taxes for, two ,'. -. ;. ; .' .. ',., .
and a resolution against I or a majority of them. shall, as soon years last past, if lawfully assessable ''' ., ,1: .
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Introduced by the representative pro-1---1 I I as they deem practicable after the I against him, with the time to be prescribed : .' ,' ., 1, ".' :' .. ."."'".",..j .
viding for an increase in the schoolsuperintendent's passage of this Act and prior to noon }' by ordinance, and shall be a .
Myers Saturday on business. on said first day of October, A. D. freeholder of said City, shall be en-

\\ salary from $200 to 1931, organize as the corporate authority I titled to, vote at any municipal elec-
$250 a month. Then adjourned until hereinbefore provided for.The tion of said City provided, however
: Mr. and Mrs. Jim Taylor: of Felda ; Is assured for this section through the activity
I :.. their regular meeting Saturday city clerIc shall also serve as that the provisions of this section
May were week end visitors in
.' 4. / Wa1.lChula'l i ; clerk to said commissioners. The I shall not apply to the first election

'! \ ___. persons so named as Mayor, Commissioner -. under this Act." of the Southern Sugar Company.Homes '
\ I I I MARRIED of Public Works, and City That Sections one (1) and two ;((2))
.i ; Mrs- Hendrickson and Mrs. Ad Miss Amie Hull of Felda and Mr Cleric shall hold their respective of- of Article-III of said Chapter '10433of

dicks will motor to Clewiston fices from the time of their organization i the Laws of Florida of 1925 pro r
\ day where Thurs Neel Mclunic ol Tampa were quietly and thereafter' for four years viding for and creating the said City

they will be guests of married by Judge Chas. O. Ross Sun. commencing. noon .on said day following of Clewiston, be and the same are
Mrs. H. A. Bestor. day. said organization, and their hereby amended so that the said sec-
successors; whether from their own tions in said Article shall read as. ,follows ,' stores and apartments are needed to

:Mrand number or otherwise, for a like period : .
;
Palmdale Mrs Gutton formerly of E. E. Edwards was a visitor in Ini- of four years thereafter, and the "Sec. 1. The Mayor, Commissionr ,house industrial workers, making Clewiston

have and are now .occupying mokalee this week. Mr. Edwards reports persons' so named as the other two of Public Works, and City Clerk, and
the old Haines residence I commissioners shall hold their of- the''other Commissioners shall each ,
on the that he field for in
has sold his grapefruitcrop today :
the''greatest
opportunity
river Mr. Gutton Is a state fices for a. period of, two years and perform the duties of his or her office
road en on hi gsrove there to the their whether their I II
gineer. Deep 1 I successors, from until his or her 'successor is duly
r Lake canning factory. J I own number or otherwise, for a period elected and qualified. The Mayor, 'in the entire South. '

---- of four years thereafter. At all shall have the same voice' and voteas ,
The Sunday School association of meetings of. the Commission, each of the other members of the Com I
A car load of watermelons
the Methodist church was the Commissioners, including the mission. In the absence of or disability I ;
the church met Tuesday at shipped, this week by Mr. Stallingsover Mayor, shall have one vote. The Commission of the 'Mayor to act, the Commissioner

In LaBe e. Thise member- the Seaboard railway in LaBelle. 'hereinbefore established shall I of Public Works shall perform' ,' Ai' 1 .

ship includes LaBelle, Alva, and have the power at Is regular meeting all the duties of the office, includingthe > .

Moore Haven and a lovely luncheon Miss or any adjournment thereof held judicial features ''herein enumerated _.:,- .". .. > : .: ';:' -
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was served Edith Howard,; .was a week prior to the expiration of each sue- ; and in the absence or disability -

by the ladles Tuesday end visitor in Felda. cessivo term of office of the respective of both, ,the City Clerk, shall serve a3 '.. -'. ,

noon. members to'elect, for a period of Mayor and perform the: duties of the; \0 ....
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four ((4)) years the successors of such office; including Its judicial functions. .
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Hull of Tampa Commissioners whose terms about For Detailed Information write
Mr. and Mrs. are "Sec. 2. For the purpose of sys- ,
leaving Emory Hodges are were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Taylor to. expire excepting( that the termsof tematically handling the City Gov-

.. today for Indiana for a short of Felda. all the Commissioners shall expire ernment, the Commission shall create
stay. at noon on the day following ten (10) I the'following, departments, and
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-- years from the date of organization only one Commissioner shall have
'. E E. Edwards was a visitors in :hereunder. In case of a oc-
vacancy charge of each department ExecutiVe -
The senior :
COMMERCE
high class of the LaBelle Fort Myers Friday. curing in the Commosslon by reasonof Department, the commissionerin ,CLEWISTON CHAMBER OF'

.: school will give a play at the death, resignation, disability 'removal I 'charge thereof to be ex-officio '.
.1" Columbia theatre disqualification, or from other the- Mayor: Department of Finance, "
entitled
Cowboy". We sur'e "Arizona Mrs. Ed G. Pfluge motored'' to Fort cause, the remaining Commissionersby the Commissioner in charge thereofto Clewiston ':, .:, Florida
are f-
this will ba Myers Friday on business. a 'majority vote, shall elect a successor be the, City Clerk: Department of. .. ".
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worth'seeing and all of the La who shall serve for the unox- Health and Public Works, the Commissioner I .i /'r

Belleites should be present. Mr. .plred, term. in charge thereof to be the ", ,
and Mrs. George W; Petto and .
Section 2. That Sections six ((6) and Commissioner of Public'Works.." \
George Loveland Pettee motored to seven ((7) of ArticleI of said Chapter Section 4. All laws -and parts of

Q. The Kahn. Store Is starting in bun- Fort Myers and Crescent Beach for 10433 of the Laws of Florida of 1925, lawn-'ia conflict. with, the, provisions'of 'e .
iness again In LaBelle after being the day Sunday. providIng' for and creating the saidcui this Act are hereby repealed, especially -I \ .; .',\ ..

absent from here for: about month.. 'of Clewiston be and the same Chapter 12616 of the Lawsof .

.', They will are :hereby amended so that the said Florida of 1927. IN AMERICA'S NEWSUGAR BOWL'
reopen Saturday. Judge Carl Bekemeyer, George W. sections in said Article shall read as Section 5. Ihia Act shall take ef- .

Pettee and George Loveland Pettee follows: feet immediately upon its passage
; Mrs. A. L. "Watford and ""little visitors "Sec. 6. The said Commission of and approval by the Governor, or
were in Fort'Myers "Saturday.
,6.. daughter of Fort, Myers the City of Clewiston shall call an upon becoming a law without such
spent the .
election to be held within the Cityof approval.
week end with Mr. and Mra. A. L Judge Henderson was a vislttor in Clewiston one month prior to the L. O. GRAVELY

Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. Taylor. and Fort Myers Saturday. expiration of ten (10)) years after the Representative Hendry County.:
'. date of organization hereunder for 4-5 5t. I .

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FRIDAY, MAY 3, 1929 J CLEW1STON NEWS CLEWISTON FLORIDA PAGE ETVB ..


I. Have Heard ? SPECIAL DEPT.IIMWLES *[dyard Towle, has a research department ular season, it is axiomatic that some I plumage of a bird, the glint of, a precious I. I 1;'
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By without any known duplicate new hue will be favored next season I stone. \
in the world. Chief among its
.; and General Motors artists in the j I '
Whon a ,new car is about to marketed
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Harvel accom of Tampa, J. O. O'Berry of Tampa, COLORFORCHEVROLIff functions is to 'keep the art staff con- r rI

panted by their daughter Margie A. M. Brigct of West Palm Beach, C.' stantly posted as to the fluctuatingcolor opinion of Captain Towle might justas or a color change desired on :. I

spent the week end at Orlnnd0' ReV -f f J. Howard and L., D. Connell of Sar- preferences in ., .America and well be sponsor to the new vogueas I an existing model, the artists busy

} turning the .Harvel family were stopped asota, Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Denman abroad, for styles, in ''color- .' .,as-....in other some leading Parisian gown maker. themselves at ther : palettes; each

I .... a mew miles south of Orlando, ''of Kansas City, J.M.: Purvis and things, are known to."move in 'cycles. achieving' his idea of the proper 'col-

sprayed"to Lowery of .Lakeland, W. P. Color Studio Operated Constant check is being made to
prevent George
:where their car was, ; Original color ideas come from ev- or harmony. When_: a half, dozen or
of the Meditenaneanfruit Hill, Miami, R. A.. Murphy of the Exchange ascertain which Is the reigning color -
the spread With Big Research erywhere and everything. The blend-! more suitable combinations Ate, finished
Joe blend in the exclusive dress making '
National bank of Tampa, '
fly.Edison. I ings of a new car might derive, from j the work j is submitted, to: the
Rentz of Lakeland, R. K. Norris of Department colons, in the kitchens and bathroomsof I
a Persian rug, a famous painting, the manufacturer
,\" C. Speer local real estate Tampa, E. B. SInkler of Tampa andD. '- America, in the, :art galleries of the 1

broker 'spent Monday afternoon ,in G. Nimmo of Atlanta. Watching the new Chevrolet as it world. .A complete. _library 1 of art magazines -

business. noses gracefully through traffic or and automobile trade. journals
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Fort Myers
'. presses forward eagerly on some Is 'kept on file. Sales figures from all I ,
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Jacob Mainhart writes to know I
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Its, various color blondiugs. are
Inn :with reference to color. 11.1\
at dinner in the Clewiston Clewiston. If so ho would like to have' '
conceived, and why they appear in II
Although the artists might know
last Sunday. Guests present were Mr. them write him at the Pratex...apartments -' I '
such profusion.? You might have. ,wit' certainty that the color jnbpt
and Mrs.::T. A. Burt' of Urbana, 111., in Lake t ,>' .-
guessed that so alert an organizationas popular the Riviera last 'winter
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.' and Mr and Mrs. I<"rankVrlght and Wales.-- .
,.. .',7' -son. *dt ,. General Motors (does nothing haphazardly I was green, no restraint. is placed. on .th.l t
: Jules M. Burguieres and F. E. Bryant that there must be a special their :originality. While Captain ,:' Handsome Styles
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Palm Beach, officials of the department in charge of: ,color ,
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attempts
children of Towle's staff to give the '
,'" Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Smith and '
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'1. .:... < accompanied by their maid ar Southern Sugar company spent Tuesday creation. And if such was, your guess pubjic .'h ,t"it" wants during .a partic-- for,, ftCollegiate \

, \. San in Cl w'' ton'on, business mat; you, ivoroThe.''' '' 'right. ; (
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: and
: : 'f' Juan, P. R. Mr.. Smith met them'; in \ ters. Art and Color division of General .T r.

Motors is the source of, all the 666 ConservativePatterns j .{III
i"i"J Havana. After spending a few days ; ,
Mr. and .Mfa C. A. Jackson entertained -color schemes which enhance every i ',' A
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' ., have moved : '
: at the Inn the Smiths is'a Prescription for '
; Ar 1 at dinner Wednesday. night, in General Motors car from the. graceful! .. i I. r: pIn
: Cole residence on ?
Wilber
: into the
J i:'' COLDS, GRIPPE, FLU, DENGUE,.
, 'thenWatanabe hotel. Their guests .Chevrolet, to. the, baronial Cadillac?...
't.. ;1', ,' .cade :avenue which, they will occupy ; BILIOUS: FEVER and MALARIA.It Black; and in Tan
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were Rev.. and Mrs.. W.. T.."Bailey and Here colors are evolved systematically -
;t;< i .' the ,
for summer. is the most speedy remedy known.
:....i': ; ',' ., ... Mr. .E. P. Bailey y and. daughter. Mrs. the same .degree of efficiency prevailing '

. '... .....: Mr. E. C. Speer-spent the week end Charles Connon of' Philadelphia, Pa.: 'that: is found in the .sales and $3.95'All : ;

:" Following the dinner the ,party 'proceeded manufacturing. divisions.! Nothing Is FOR RENT
- : in.Sebring. ,to the Glatex theatre for the'left to guess work., The North: Half of Section 23 adjoining -

D') 0: in Ca- showing of the 'Sugar Cane minstrel. The studio, in ,charge of Captain, H. ClewFston and" the North, Half.of, /
'
:f W. Bigg spent Monday )
-._ __ _n Section 19 in Palm! Beach. County for Sizes
< Point on business. .
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.1 ,- I .1'. .. ., 'I' ) ,..; rent on the .usual! i terms. .
.f' All present tenants desiring' to lease
Jim Taylor Hendry county tax collector -
for another year will kindly call at
and A. O. Ward Felda memberof -
and make the necessary
once ar
the Hendry County School board Announcing the opening of ll'III II
.rangements..
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spent Tuesday morning in :Clewiston. '.'. .
100 acres of uncleared land in Section :\ :: rVn

c1. Guy Strayhoru, Fort Myers attorney 1DENTAL;:- OFFICES( ;: -. '-r'". ;' '23 will -be leased for" the clearing -

was a business visitor here last I 'f: .' I Our Peters
V 'THE

; :-:,. week. '::1' :;;&:. In The Hopkins Block Of <; :;, .:"' \ OKEELANTA COMPANY. PLANTATION'I' 'Diamond, Brand Shoes make it '
1 for be well dressed
to
I I E. W. McCULLY easy you
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Mrs. Fannie D ate of Lakeland .J f> .r '"

pent a few days this week with heron I: :: I DR. JOHN Furniture For Sale There is
ANDERSON
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store. '..' 1--:' DentistClewiston ...... '....: 'Inquire. J. O. French Residence. -.y: '' Good Looks, and Good Wear .:::. :.
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? Built Into Pair }
;- Miss Ollie Norman after a visit Florida. -- Every

: with her sister and brother in law FOR SALE
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Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Stewart left for I f.' .r

her ,home- in Macon, Ga. Dodge Delivery Truck Blate Bros.

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Good Condition
Dick C. Miller, local insurance
BAILEYS GROCERYSt.
1 agent spent two days this week at- I

tending convention. of insurancemen Cloud, Fla.

at Lakeland. I, .

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Mr. and Mrs. Claude L. Downs have :

If. purchased anew Oakland l sedan. 'LIST YOUR PROPERTY WITH ME .

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.J) :Mr. and Mis. S. E. Slocum accompanied I If :;
:., ; by R. L. Keene spent Sundayin :
"",1 'trl. West Palm Beach. Clewiston is growing every day and with the

E-:::
new mill addition under construction values t ,
Mr. and Mrs. Dick C. Miller moved ..I'I

into. the Schult apartments in Ven- will increase. i I

0 7 tura street..this week. r I

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in Clewiston inspecting his farm hold- .
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ings here. Mr. Sampsell is owner of S. I I I '
Edison C.:: :
j 1 the farm with overhead irrigation on Speer : r -

the Moore Haven road ner the nine

.., r mile canal.

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..: hotel were R. L. King, N. Y. .. 1 4 1

t"" City, T. E. De Foor Tampa, A. Sentz I[ 1 -

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IN the Circuit Court, of the Twelfth

". Judicial Circuit of the State of .. r ', .
Florida In and for Hendry County.In Giahts t
OJ Chancery. I Hunting By Seaplane

Marvin Wood, Complainant,* v. I Andre .
and Fay Andre, his wife, de- '\- .

I fendants. .. \ The"giant hunt of$928 was not berg Industries. Under consent of

< for human but for wild the British Dutch
,- ORDER OF PUBLICATION.It 'r' ;; giants, sugar and governments

appearing from the affdiavit I. canes. -large, hardy species desired and with perfect functionirg of the
filed in the above cause that the "Y .. for with domestic varieties.
above named defendants, 'L Andre,I FRIED CHICKEN S : crossing personnel ,and its highly modern

and Fay Andre, his wife, 'are' DOllII' r r Scientists believed-that:such,canes equipment, the expedition, in three

residents of the State of Florida, and grew in the interior fastnesses of New months time, covered 11,000 miles '
that the L I
place of residence and'post
Guinea and north of A stralia. of travel and
office address of the said I. Andre : Papua, brought: back 176.spe'ci- -

and Fay Andre, his wife, ,as partic- Prepared in the way that made the' But how to find them, in this wild, mens ofwild sugar ane. One of these '
!, ularly as the same is known to the .
affiant Is No. 146 Walnut Street, .. .' .. .' unexplored territory, and,how to get species, named sacckartttn robustum, ,

) Manchester,. New Hampshire; that y '."f'\.. ,>.1.-ry" .'' Watanabe. famousSUNDAY-' -'. ."J"'.''':,.".,.l'J'f\' J!'::";;:{ ., them out, quickly, was .a problenl. has stalks that average 30 feet' in I
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Florida there is upon no person whom the in the service State.of"of a ,...:.p' .: .,".,,.''..'. : .." ..." ',.',,,. :.>.,i to J It was solved in the.modern way- ) height, and promises to be of great
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subpoena would defendants ,1' ....:: .. i.it i. air. These known to value.I The ;
I bind any of said it, o' ; Ti'f..t' .. ? by regions were. expedition flying over
I ; that the said defendantsare .. "" ", :',. be dotted with lakes which could be'' mountains 14,000 feet high, found
; each of them over the age of j0 t ,
twenty-one :years: It is therefore ordered ,..:.. ; /, } : "4 tised.forlanding seaplanes and establishing people without metal, still living in s ,
that said defendants'each and ; from which the work the stone who had never
\ camps age, seen a
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j all of them, beT and they are hereby ; : ';c "< '
required to appear to the Bill of ,of exploration could be done. white man before.

'I ';'" Complaint filed in said cause on ort /) 4-\: '.' Sx .''/" In charge of Dr. E. Brandes,, of. This is, but one of the activities ,

I I'D.before 1929,Monday other wise, the the 6th allegations day May,' A of, I I.l :. : SEVENTY FIVE 'CENTS' / the U. S Department of Agriculture, being conducted by the}: undersigned:

." said Bill of Complaint will be taken '-' : ; > I a.n" ,Dr. J. Jeswiet of the Dutch. EastJavav companies in their efforts to enlarge

"' as confessed by said defendants. I Experimental Station,'"the' expedition and improve the domestic sugar-pro-
j : It is further ordered that this order -
" I be published once a week for hopped off from Port ducing in ustry. An illustrated r .

four consecutive weeks in the Clew There are a few more rooms for per- Moresby in Papua on June 17, 1928 booklet telling their 'will be ,".'
story .
'.1 iston News, a weekly newspaper of manent guests now available. .' "
circulation in'a seaplane provided by the Dahlsent -
: .' general in said County upon request. .,
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and State. .
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. 1 Done and ordered in LaBelle, Flor.
ida this 26th day of March, A. D. DAHL'BERG SUGAR CANE INDUSTRIES

1 t. 1929. William T. Hull The Watanabe Hotel ::: >. ,;' .. '\, .. '-::,-, '. f '

'. Clerk of Circuit Court. ..., .'.... '"
: SELDEN L. STEWART ,. : (
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Solicitor for Complainant. \ "

.,Stale of Florida) "'. '. i THE SOUTH COAST'CO {PANY THE SOUTHERN SUGAR COMPANY
County of Hendry). MRS. CLAUDE,DOWNS, Manager.

I hereby certify that the above and I .Mils and Plantations in! Louisiana ; i e7i:1lland.Planlalronrtn, 'Flo'ida ,
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A foregoing 'is a true copy of the origin ( .* lvx! '. '", /". .'". \ :.. ., \ ., '. ,
INDUSTltlrs"
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Order "j
of Publication made in ., .. '" ,1' .'
said cause said order being on file ; <: I .
in mv office. ,
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I \d LaBJle, Florida, March 26th. 1929. ;N .
i' (SEAL) f 1 I I Executive Offices: 645 North Michigan Avenue.Chicago !
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Page Stx ... CLEWl TON NEWSCLEWtSTOb. FLORIDA \ t "
FRIDAY., MAY, 2'-1929. ..
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.BALL SEASON TO completed this woek she left for In 'TEXAN ENTHUSED A MINSTREL ATTRACTS 11 and M. E. Yenowine I *
and Mr. Hudson
PROSPECTS Miller, Dick C. Miller, Tony Lehnfre ,.
OPEN IN GLADESON dianapolis. OVER RECORD CROWD filed out for
some stiff competitionin Glenn Heard, B. M. Beach, O. L.
NEXT SUNDAY The praline is made by roasting pecan ON VISIT HERE AT FIRST SHOWING buck and wing, the atlllence
and hitched Jeffries, Pete Wilson, Miss Jerry Jef
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nuts in boiling raw sugar
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J' -- (Continued from Page 1)) forward, and the 'ten minute offering fries, Jim Beardsley, WIckham, L. A.
(Continued from page 1)) while the small orders mado by Mrs. (Continued from Page 1)) became steadily better to the ,
climax ,
Morgan John Anderson
and Dr.
,
,
Kynett at the Inn were successful in
than a year., ,SeVeral new homes and < when Miss: Jeffries and Pete :
'lead in the 'second inning and adding every detail, it Is the question of man- pleasantries. Wilson
apartments put fast
have been built in Clew on a double Charles-
five in the fourth.. An error on.Cothern.s ufacturing them on a large scale ,which, I '
more iston and when I was here last June William: Cecil Owen as interlocutor t on. NEWSPAPERS URGE .

fly and consecutive singles she will study. I :you were just -working.on the steel proved an excellent straight; man in Harmony was at its best in the ACTION ON TARIFF

by Alston Wilson, Sims, Refer! framework for the first\. unit of the bringing out the peppy gags of the j jubilee singing when the quartette ON FOREIGN SUGAR

and Chalker, scored the four and left FLOOD CONTROL mill. And yet since that time the end men. .' composed of Beardsley, Heard, Leh- <

two on the sacks but Douglas failed. The first b\g\ hit of the show came I per and Beach
mill been
I
PLAN SUGGESTED has completed, several sang a spiritual.. Dick (Continued from page 1) ', .
With two out in the fourth following TO LEGISLATUREContinued trainloads of i'a w sugar shipped to when Jim Beardslcy In a rich bass i Miller made a big, hit with the recitation
Alston's single, Refer was safe ,on an "Voice with .
refineries and now work is going forward san of the Sea", :urs'l "Christopher Colombo.''

error, and Chalker'' was hit. This set to.bring the capacity of the mill 'Bert. Tubbs'. at the piano. A The end men M. E. Yenowine, L. to protect the growers against outsidecompetition.
.
( from
this Page 1)) The south probably 'once
the stage for Douglas again, and to 4,000 tons of cane dall},." appl' l.Jbroke as the number emled ,A. Moigan, Ed Butler and Charley felt that If the low
tariff policy were,
with scream I. M
time he came through a Work hi the fields also keenly interested i an an encore was given I Miner were great and if we* were to
of left I would not be washed by Lake abandoned It would leave them no
reaches
.
the far way
ing triple to : the visitor, who enthused >, The program was nicely punctuat award a pie for the best one, we'd
I foundation for their
The result
field," driving in three, and scoring Okeechobee flood waters aS particularly over the work on the 7-, ed with peppy numbers and the next'Haie to didive it into four pieces. has been in another party.direction

roarer "The house committee.,' said Representative 000 acre field south of Clewiston. bit that brought heavy applause wasM --.. At the.. end of. the show the chorus that low tariff proving.
has not been the principal
Young, "is unanimous J "The average visitor- Clewistonby J';. Yenowine's "'Stto l1ng in the sang somethingabout Mrs. Ames" being .
with hit to left, for the that flood control is paramount and Yenowinc upon which the Democratic par-
bit home a Moonlight. has the rare
in the box 'f"
?_
a trip the .
through town cannot "office to give your ty has held its following.
fifth of the inning. for that\reas,m we have not considered of being able g
run to
gift put over a
song. if
money
'' appreciate j: : the bigness of what Mr. you wanted it. We hustledout "Florida has been and still
In the seventh, Bolton's single, Wil drainage of the Everglades ,dis His voice is 'good but more important to is Dem-
get
Dahlberg is doing here. I drove some ours so. .we could go againThursday ocratic from standAoint
sons hit, and an error OH Sims counted trict.. Drainage' will follow but the'protection I eight miles into the Glades 'south of he '' has a personality as. a songster night ''hut Mrs. Ames who not to a break party. .. preferring -'
another. With two ,men away in of human life has been \and lift him away from the old'
Clew ston and found tractors busily that would quickly from amateur has lived in NeW York and knows the ties that held
the south together fol
the eighth Cothern beat one out, went is our first consideration. ing. : theatricals it he cared to follow way successful producers had left l X'In6the wartbetween.tli
e states and
to third on oBlton's third consecutive Another interesting clause in the "The sight of cane from Moore Ha- it. In fact we were all for stopping with the boodle after the first act. for 'other sentimental
hit and scored when he and Bollon measure is the incorporation of the the show right there with reasons. But In
} ; applause We
,
preparing the were told to
ground for fall plant- get this copy in I'the matter of tariff it Is
decidedly
re-
pulled delayed double steal. Tthe "home inlc" in flood control work. but decided what\
a finally to see
ven to Clewiston and south Into the'Glades early, but if you want to know who publican.. II

twelfth and final run came in the The governing. \. body of the district is one which we will not easily ,the rest of the program offered, and was the hit of the show, take a pen I "There will be,
no In the
headway
ninth ou Sims' one-baser and a double will be designated Board of Commissioners !1 forget, and I think it was -well subsided. .We weren't disappointed. cil and plunge it at the following .listof move that Cuba has made.
into right; center by: Reier, his of Okeechobee Flood Con- 'Mrs G. Lawton Sims fine ( .- The American -
worth the trtip from Texas to' wit was very the cast i} You can't lose: people cannot be made to believe .'.
third hit. \ trol District consisting of the governor in "Down\ Among the Sugar Cane",
W.
C.
ness the great transformation thatis Owen, L. A. Morgan, M. E, representatives are in. favor of
Canal Point will play on the local attorney general, comptroller, i supported by the cast, and O. L. Yenowine expand-
taking place in the Everglades Charley Miner, Ed Butler, that a tariff is notr-a good' thing. Its?
diamond next Sunday in the opening commissioner of agriculture, state I'', '. Jeffries: vent through some trick, hits 'G. Lawton Sims. Miss Marian' Ing the tariff to take In r thercOIlmOd-

game of the Everglades League ,sea- treasurer and six'members to be .appointed NINETEEN AREENROLLED maneuvers, with a stalk. of cane. Our Leyclig, Miss B. Kettl,. Mrs. W. C ities that are not fully protected at .

son, and with favorable' weather a by the governor with the pro FOR I only recommendation in this is that Owen, Mrs. Fred Moltz, Mrs. Dick C. this time.''

capacity crowd is .l looked for. vision that these six appointed members TENNIS TOURNEY I \\;e'd lather he didn't. come prancing SS

The .score: must bo land owners within the I .r up the sidewalks mornings doing witha

Clewiston ,: '. AB R H PO A E distrIct and residents of the state. l (Continued from page 1)) bottle of milk the things. he did

Sims Sfc;; : 6. 2 3 2 3 1 The local members would have a ma- __ .f with that stalk of cane. Wf' :r
Heir J/|/i 6 1 3 13 1 0 jority vote. opponents and the games will be V S Ramirez did some wonderful things \ L..a Irlrlm ce9J{ i:: oie._"

Chalker If '3; 1 1 0 0 0 I Probabillty'of the federal govern started within the next ten days.' ,in what we were told by a nearby VJPP (:n' P rallit "'-

Ames If' 2 0 0 0 0 1 ment's cooperating in the move was The tournament games will be di..: savant was piestidigitation while EdButler : !nel I2OLs! \"
G01
Douglas cf "15, 1 .1 2 0 0 I seen in the statement of Glenn B. videcl into mixed doubles, men's sin* as an ambitious student made t _
in
Cothern. rf 6 3 .1. 0' 0 1 Skipper: republican national committeeman gles and women's singles, and theprize strenuouos efforts to keep pace. Lat- ,JI JI I c-to Ijir RwTW NSav / "' *'.. ;Vi3'

Bolton 5 1 :3 0 2 0 of Florida who \
ss said
'. that the for the doubles will be a silver S er Senor Ramirez was even better .In t. I 1 d f' tnt:11'1 -
Crouch 2b .f' 0 .0" 4 5 0 government would cooperate with Hypnotism. Putting his subject to : -
loving to be offered :; :
cup by Heibert / ; judgment 0 ffc:-({} r-' irrl'
Alston c ", 5 .2 2 6 0 0 any board either local or state in the Blate, while four tennis rackets will sleep; he had J. K. Baker plunge a : :

Wilson p fi: ,1 2 :3 1 event the state showed )
.0
a :
willingness be awarded to the winners in the hat pin through his aim, without .

-:' -:- to cooperate with ,it and present to men's singles and in the women'ssingles. drawing bloo(1.Aparellth' ( I" : '

47t 12 13 ::37144 congress the data necessary for the the subject did .not ti: :
work. I
By Innings 1234567S3Clewiston Keen mind the opeiation In the slightest,
interest is.. being shown in i ; : '
04050011 1--12 Authority would be given the board the tournament and several more ap and the thought crossed our mind I / ;

Okeechobee 00001001 0-- 2 to :construct a system of that if Ramiicz all : !
can
canals, levees plicants are expected before play is so remove ; ; 1
dykes and reservoirs and improve started. feeling of pain some collector of payments I y'tist. sr V''\ 0 N EVERY famous race track-In
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MRS KYNETT TO .natural.,-. .- waterways to control and re g. Those. who have alrearlved __ __ rei ff'I'- second-hand: cars 'is passing iA ':Pa+rr1-. 'j the patented every outstanding endurance run- I,
I Gum-Dipping has
,"STUDY ,mUle tile waters of Lake Okeechobee n'J up :n wonderful assistant d' Co .1! process
MAKING OF to : to participate in the tournament! ; ? :: : played its part in victor).. Firestone
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SUGAR PRALINES Another prevent the lake from overflowing. are: -6 ,.' I II 1: Dr) John Aridersoil as the negrorpeacher I \ 'Mf;, ,: d5'6 : Turn-Dipped Tires hold all world records \
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point of. interest is i that, I A. J. Chenet) Sam Woodham, M.\ ,E.j delivered a five minute seri 'r ( 'far speed, safety, and endi tee.CLEWISTON .' }' '

(Continued fiom page ,1)), I residents the of the districts are given Y11ow1n11': and Mrs, J. E. Beiul:i i r mon which uas well received. I i : t'' 'A j "4- '. .,
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pi.rllego to express:: .fun. ;". I"\h* Icy Sh (I.; A minstrel without clog dancing is > ,
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O''U vUJCI \;- Plate, S. S.: .5.
lines ., lions at open :board j f like cake without ; when '- '
.. I the board meetings before Bearman, Mr. and Mrs William Cei i: icing, and I. .' !":'

4 Several months ago), after the' first 'board may levy any taxes and the cil Owen, Mrs. G, Lawton Sims, Mr. Fete Wilson,; Miss Jerry Jeffries, Ed MOTOR CO. "

sugar cane:; was ground at the decision must frst g.lye notice and Mrs. Charles A. Butler, Charley: Miner, O. L. Jeffries I
ing taxation by oCpend'l I Jacksoi, Q. Jk|I.::r" ..- -' ." .' :'... .....
mill, Mrs. Kynett made several_ publication Jeffries, J. Shusmith, Bill Chalker/f .

hundred of the pralines in the kitchenof tice for at least 30 days. i10-1 Joe Robbins,' Dick C Miller. .'.'. .. ,

the Inn and offered them for sale The state treasurer is made .' .

at the desk. todian of the funds of the board and MAY DAyLANS&UN -,

The delicacy met with the immediate is authorized to pay the Interest .. : ; : : '
on WAY HERE ; ; > : :
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approval of both local people and bonds as the interest shall be- : t::. (. -;.. : : ,..: : : ..';\r/: ",, :, ) i.;' : ; : .: /.1: : ;'
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visitors many of the latter sending Any moneys belonging to (Continued from page 1)) I ,

boxes of the sweets back to their any sinking fund created for the ul- Mae Lilly Stone, :Margaret Weaver,

homes in the, north as fitting souvenirsof timate redemption or retirement of Sarah Joe Bussey, Gladys Hailey.Emma ; '

Clewiston. : the bonds may be invested in United ma Bethea, Ruby J[. ;lt hit. )' l;, ,

The immense possibilities of manufacturing -i States bonds or the bonds of any of comb, Louise Bussey, eLra Webb and

the pralines appealed to Mrs. I the states, county or: municipal corporation Mildred Brantley. ft' 1 !

Kynett and after mapping out an ambitious -; In Florida and the bonds of The play and pageant will be' held I I

program! she held several con- any county or city In another state on the spacious school lawn and ev- c HOT SUMMER DAYS .
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with a : : -.l., > \-'.
Terences'with population ; :
officials of'the Southern : if at least 20,000 eryone is town is invited to' be pres '

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"It is saving, not getting that is the mother," of riches. ', -, Why.w Y' about getting your'meals, in a hot stuffykitchen.

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You can start- an interest bearing savings account with 50 ..t .,.,' .

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