The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: May 10, 1929
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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I Road Camps.Moved' CURTIS PLANE NEVROADTO( Ball League Heads

TUNG OIL TREES To Start New WorkIn Will>< Meet TonightA FIVE TOWNS IN

: THRIVINO HERE connection of the Sugarland with the construction Highway- I S DELIVERED PALM, BEACH I Everglades call meeting Baseball of officials League 'of to the be URGENT NEED OF I

.. JACKSON FINDSEarly through the from Huffman the Hendry Palm Construction Beach county county to company LaSelle, line, TO P. G BISHOP IS FINISHED J.held Buck tonight this at Belle at week the home Glade by T.,of was G.Gil Dr.. announced W. MORE BUILDINGS

-- will move their big .house boat to bert, secretary of the eLague.
Stages of Experimental Clewiston as headquarters ,for one Hangar Nearing C o m- Road Construe' The purpose of the meeting will Conditions Around Lake

another will be CommunityInterest Crews Will Move To be to perfect the constitution and
.. I Agricultural | crew, while camp vpletion; offi- Offer Unparallelled
; : established at Goodno, it was announced bylaws of the league and all

Work Successful. ; : this week by M. C. Scar- Keen Clewiston cials are requested to be present.The Opportunities To

Trees and Grasses Will lett, road superintendent. meeting is scheduled for eight Builders of Homes
Clewiston .this week took i Up first Construction of the Sugarland highway ,

Be Planted, Next Week. I i All possible speed will be made of in, few*' steps as an aviation center of from the Hendry county line o'clock. Stores and Apartments
I I the construction of this stretch --
the state when n Curtis Robin cabin through South Bay to Belle Glade is
'. road concracts for which were I
Tire; possibilities of the northern monoplane was, delivered to P. G. now completed with the exception oC TWO RAILROADS While the average city In Floridais
i awarded a few weeks ago by the
Everglades as the tung oil center of I Bishop, operating vice president of 'a fifty foot stretch a mile west of forming plans to effectively com-

'i''loriia'became': brighter this week 1 state highway department.. the Southern Sugar company* and the Miami canal where a .new bridgeis COMPLETE TRACK bat the summer slump, five townsin
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when a survey conducted by Charles t work was speeded on the con truc. being constructed, and this last the sugar belt around the southern -

... (), A. Jackson*."local agronomist showed rHEA VY RAINS STOP tion ',of the two plane hangar west link in the road is .,expected to be WORK IN GLADES I end of Lake Okeechobee from

every one of i "the 300 tung oil trees of Pacific street, on the second r nine completed by the end of the week. Clewiston to Canal Point 'are feverishly -

which were planted several weeks' of the new municipal golf course. A With the exception of this detour of calling? for 'additio laF construction -
: ago to be thriving. wind indicator stocking' has"11ee fifty feet there is no longer any muck -- in the form of houses, apart-

Although it was believed that the erected at the field and with the completion travel on the road from Clewiston to F., E. C. Tracks meet ments and stores In an effort to solve
'.. .; sand l lands of the northern Ever i IN GLADES.LEAGUE. of' the hangar the name ,of Palm Beach. A. C. L. at Miami the house and store shortage prob-

,i, glades would be ideal for the establishing I the town "Clewiston' Airport': will Immediately leaving Hendry county lem which these communities have

.f .' of a tung oil tree grove, the be painted large letters acrpss' the three miles east of ''Clewiston, the Locks; Vegetables felt for the past few months.

,;, .tree had never before been planted_ Double Headers Scheduled roof for the guidance "visiting a v- motorist now drives over smooth ShippedExtension Clewiston, South Bay, Belle Glade,
in this section until 300' were set. out for Four Teams iators. '. highway direct to'Belle' Glade, and Pahokee and Canal Point are all fac-

: ". as experiment by C. A. Jackson for Mr. Bishop's' plane, the first to:be. the rate of speed is governed only of the Florida:: East ing a shortage of houses and stores

i- Please turn to page 5 On May 26 Please. .urn", to page :, Please turn to page 6 Coast railroad from Chosen to Miami the situation being more acute in

'.'. k. \ Locks linking it with the extensionof Clewiston and Belle Glade.

\ : Heavy rains last:! Sunday! stoppedthe : the Aalantic Coast Line railroad At Canal Point the Southern Sugar -

BELLE GLADE T 0 first games in the Everglades AHOKEE BUSTLES GRAVELY REBUKEDBY from Clewiston to Miami Locks has company has erected 100, houses,

baseball 'league when the games be- now been completed and although' two bunk houses and a mess hall for

START BUILDING tween the Canal Point Sugars at WITH EXCITEMENTAS CONSTITUENTS there is. work yet to be done on the : Please turn to page 5"

Clewiston and the Belle Glade teamat I
muck road bed, work trains have' al: r

the Brown Farm were called. ready made the trip from the old :
FOR LEGION HOME Keen;! 'interest marked] the openingof East Coast' tracks to those of the W. J. LARRIMORE

, the season and a record crowd Coast Line, at the junction.

was in attendance at the Clewiston Several flat car trainloads of dirt
I diamond. Low hanging clouds and of Houses Stressed People Object to Bur- ELECTED MAYOR IN
Local Man Donates Two were hauled in this week and spread

1:::' .. the threat of rain meant nothing as [ By'Old Resident of dening County With on the F. E. C. roadbed, between I
Lots For
New Home
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, .# .. Clewiston got away to a flying start. I Lake Community Needless ExpenseL. Belle Glade and Pahokee,, and the PAHOKEE ELECTION
: ::(. ..\ ,., ,For Legionnaires>< >< According to the by laws of the completed; link lround' the southern

: Everglades league the games which end of Lake Okeechobee will be
Its business!? district overcrowded O. Gravely Hendry county representative
.'. ;,Belle ,Glade will ,have an American were postponed last Sunday will be With traffic while crowds milling : in the state legislature traffic within the next few weeks. Spooner and StuckeyGet

is: ,4' T.'egI.q' ,::,home when plans now ,being I j i I played when tho' teams meet again. about the There is brisk: activity at Miami
I streets give the town 'the was rebuked this week by the people Places on ,Board
worked' out by Post Commander W. so that when Clowiston meets Canal r Locks where the two lines meet, and
appearance of a winter'resort at the of Hendry county who in a petition

t y"" J.>.Duck. ,and other members. of the Point Sugary and Belle Glade meets I height of the season, Pahokeo*the to- Senator Malone asked that a .tation ,<$ign .tp.be. erected. .. _will] _. '..of Councilmen ,
, --: EVerglades Post No. 20 are complet. the Brown company it will be a double the railroad name from Miami -
v I I change :
farming center on the east shore of every effort be made to kill Grave.ley's -
1 r ed, it was learned this week. ] header, probably of seven inn I II Locks to Sugar Junction. W. J. Larrimore was elected mayor
f,2 .' Lake Okeechobee is another of the bill which would increase the
"The Belle Glade Post is one of the I ings each game. All track work was done by the and W. S. Stuckey elected members
lake towns for which those who have salary] of the Hendry county superintendent -
most active in South Florida and the I The schedule for May shows that (Please turn to Page 6)) of the town council at election held
studied conditions in the northern"Everglades of public instruction.
members are confident that 'work will (Please turn to Page 6)) last Tuesday in Pahokee. The retir- ,,
see a brilliant future. The same stand was taken in the
:", be started on their home in the near ing councilmen are W. H. Crossby
), Eleven grocery stores, four petition that was taken by ,membersof Darcy To BuildElaborate
, future. and Frank Friend. '
d;: ; 'Glade Town
; in addition to two hotelsare the Hendry county school board
.::: : '.' In accordance with the policy of New In the race for mayor were ,Y. J.
Hall Is Memorial prospering as are three drug I who in a letter to Governor Carlton '
'. .. the American Legion, the state de- Larrimore: who was elected and J.
,,' stores, two automobile agencies and pointed out that Hendry county is in Cleaning Plant
partment of the organization has con- To B. G. Dahlberg"It's 'r' I I. E. Hawkins, while the two vacant
four filling stations. The town also no position to increase salaries of
tributed 1,000 toward the home for seats on the council were sought by
'. Y has two doctors and a chiropractor school officials at this time.A Construction of a new building on
. ,1.1..,, the Belle Glade Post and Captain an ill wind that blows nobody E.Elliott. Captain T.A.. Bass, Dr.
.1. and in addition to V. C. Denton's' second petition which was made the Sugarland highway and increasing -
'.": Holloway! has presented the Legion good," Belle Glade residents will tella D. S. Spooner, successful, L. L, Shirley "
-. store which handles a general line also signed by a large number of rep the facilities of his plant to makeit
with two lots in Holloways subdivision ;visItor to their community and and W S. Stuckey: successful.S. .
the. village boasts also of a men's resentative people throughout the compare favorably with the best
. t. about 200 feet from the cross point to the new stucco city hall and W. Powell was elected city clerk
\ shop, a piece good store and a ladies county assailed Graveley's; action in establishments of its kind in South
;;;:...., state. highway. fire station known as the Dahlberg defeating Mr. Carson.
. ready to wear. seeking a new county court for Hen- Florida were announced yesterday
:<. "Our post is a live one," said: Commander Memorial. As explained by a member
". George C.McLarty postmaster I Please turn to Page 5 by Charles Darcy, owner-manager of
'. Buck, "and as we all agree of the town council it happenedthis
Please turn to 6 the Darcy Dry Cleaning company.
on the need of a new home, it will way page .. Spring Cleaning
Plans have been drawn and work
.not be long till we have, the building Following the storm when the town I Plans CompleteFor Week To Be Held
will start this week on the construction -
rr. started. was a wreck, there arrived in the
; In addition to Commander Buck ofjp mail check for MOVE LAUNCHEDFOR School MayPageant I of a stucco, building 25x3S feet
,!' a $5,000 from B. G. on the Sugarland highway betweenthe Belle Glade will do its spring cleaning
: ,: :' .fleers of the Belle Glade theAmerican
. post of: Dahlberg president of the Southern TodayPlans
next week it learned in a
Conell Service station and Espen- was
', sjj|", Legion are H. T. White adjutant Sugar to help rebuild the
ft .. company HIGH SCHOOL laub's service station near the railroad proclamation issued by Mayor Walter
.,. and L. E. Will finance officer. town.
..., were completed yesterday tracks. Grecr who designated the week of
.,:f"'," ", A hurried council meeting followed for the May fete to be given by the An investment of approximately May 13 to IS as clean-up] weeK.

:., Y,'. Mens Furnishing and the scions' after weighing the Belle Glade Residents Clewiston school this afternoon. $6,000 will include the purchase of The Object of the move is not onlyto

: Store Planned matter carefully, 'decided that the I Launch Move for New After) the crowning of the May the latest type dry cleaning machine, clean up all buildings and lots

; 1Opening thing most needed was a substantialcity queen and dancing by the girls, the a pleating; machine, and a drying ma- fronting the main street but every

: hall. This too they felt, wouldbe Senior High SchoolEfforts history of Clewiston is to be depicted chine. This equipment will be in addition I lot within the town limits.
on May: 15 of a haber-
a memorial to the man who helped in a' pageant. Although the and membersof
will mayor
dashery store by G. V. Hudson "The to his present stock and
I' .. ', Clothier" of Sebring was announced the town in time of need. are being made in the Belle I The first section shows the arrivalof make the new cleaning establishment the town council were confidentthat

', :; here yesterday by Edison C. Speer Plans were hurriedly but carefully Glade section to have a high school the Seminoles in Florida and is as one of the best equipped in South 'every resident of the communitywould .
drawn and the result is that "
' now on established in that community by follows: enthusiastically cooperate they
local Florida.
'i real
\ e.. t whom the estate broker through Avenue A there is'a beautiful one next fall It was learned there this Osceola as a boy-Owen Winn; Dry cleaning will be done in the decided to take: no chances and is- "
, \ arrangements were made.
Mr. Hudson will occupy I story building consisting of a council week and Belle Glade residents'' are I I Osceola's mother-Lois Walls; negro most approved modern way and the sued a statement to the effect that
; the addi
: \ tional store leased the I chamber, fire station, jail .with I I confident of the success of the plan. slave-James Johnson new equipment will make it possibleto the town will be cleaned up, prefer-
I. by Univer al
, } Markets a week The markets : four cells, small offices for the town There is at present a grade and Scene two consists of the arrestof clean rug and mats in addition to ably by the individuals but f if neces-
I W had planned to increase their store engineer and the town marshall anda junior high school which includes the Osceola by American soldiers and suits and women's dresses of the fin- sary by the city .

/: ., capacity but this has been postponed public comfort station. ninth grade but the movement now thc cast. Is as follows: Osceola-William esa material.A According to the plan all property

" because of the recent bank failure "It's one of our finest buildings," under way contemplates the establishment Johnson; General Jimmy I delivery service will also be inaugurated which has not been cleaned off by

I 1?_ in Sebring. a councilman said, "and" a 'fittingmemOl'lal i of a senior high school.., Beardsley; Aide-Trevelyn Moltz. with the completion of the the end of the week will bo cleanedby .-1

, q .- ..... to Mr. Dahlberg. I With this in view the school districts The third scene is a Seminole : new building which will be finished. the city and the cost charged to /

! ow. of Tory Island, Chosen and ,scene after they had fled to the Everglades about June 15.FOUNDATION. I the owner of the property. ..

:H Belle Glade have already been con and the cast is composed of \

;; : .. CANAL POINT TAKING PLACE WITH solidated and a few centrally located Virginia Creel, Hubert Morris, James -

sites for the school building were being Winu, Pat McGhee. and Mary Bell NINE FEET TO ROCKIS

. : OTHER discussed in the town finis week, Warren. '
: and definite action is expected in the Part two of the pageant shows the

., :. ,, -- 1 1I I near future. (Please turn to Page 6) BELLE, GLADE BUILDING RULEProfiting

,.: With the mill of the Southern Sugar the latter -
consisting of a great kitchen I -
;..:: "" .. at Canal .
company Point increased
:.- .,' I with three wings each one con- DANCE NEXT THURSDAY LAWYER LOCATES HERE by their harrowing experience -: ordinance insures a type of construction -
: in capacity from 450 I
to 600 tons daily
. : stituting a dining room. These are An*admission fee of 25 cents and Chesterfield S. Hayes, formerly. of in the 1928 West Indian hurricane which will mako tho community
... capacity and ready for
t. grinding immediately west of the mill. park plan dancing at ten, cents per the law firm of Hayes and Nowlin of and determined to prevent a practically storm damage proof.
," on less than a week's notice
sugarcane A temporary bridge consisting ofa couple per dance is. the plan workedout Arcadia has leased a professionalsuite recurrence of such heavy .property The ruling providing that, either

f' work going steadily forward in barge turned sideways in the canal for the Community Jamboree to in the Hopkins building and damage, municipal officials in the the foundation or the foundation piling

'. the fields and with a bi-weekly pay- has been constructed and a drag line be given by the Woman's club at the will practise law here, it was announced town of Belle Glade have adopted be sunk to rock means that the

roll of approximately $7,000 that village is at work filling dump truck* with Clewiston Inn next Thursday evening this week by Edison C. and are enforcing a building code buildings will rest ,on a foundation
,' on the eastern shore of Lake marl for use on the streets of the The Sebring.orchestra will fur- Speer, local real estate broker which, it is believed will give the nine feet deep, for it is that far to

fit Okeechobee is rapidly coming? to the sugar town. Contract for this work I nish tho music.. through whom the negotiations were community some of the sturdiest con- rock In the Belle Glade section.

front, to take its position with other has been awarded to the Holloway The jamboree which will include made. Mr. Hayes is now in his of- struction In the Everglades. I Another clause in the building code
prosperous communities in the family
of Dupont company. cards and dancing is the first in a fice in the Hopkins building. All buildings in the town limits provides that no sheet iron buildings

'': lake towns. Construction of a large commissary series to be given the to be erected within the town lira-
: In by women Graduated from the University of must have either the foundation or may
: the negro town built by the 100x150 .
Southern is now under way and will encourage the move for the Community Law at Lcbannon, Teun., in the classof the foundation piling sunk to rock, its. .r

= have Sugar company 100 houses be finished within the next few house. Details of the plan will 1927, Mr. Hayes came ,Immediate and in view of the fact that almostthe This also is a result of inspection .

';; two been completed in addition to weeks. The building will be of celo- be found in the social notes in this ly to Florida where ho has been prac- I entire town has been rebuilt made following the storm when it
n houses and a mess hall, (Please turn to Page I paper. tising, since. since the September storm, the town Please turn to Page' 5

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The Clewiston News The Way Have You Heard ? = : = : = :: : : :- : : : =

Successor to The Clewiston Progress t By -I

Entered secoud-class matter February 8, 1928, at the post office -
as III the eighth game in the local Mr. and Mrs. Edison C. Speer were

At Clowiston Fla., under the Act of March 3, 1879. bridge tournament played: at the Watanabe evening guests at the homo of Mr. One Quart of Good Milk >is< Equal to Either 1

LOUIS A. MORGAN ............................................................ Publisher hotel Wednesday night Mrs. R. ''a.1dIrs.. : W. S. Harvel on Crescent ,
L. Simpson and C. A. Jackson held drive last Monday night. 4 -3-4 LBS. OF LEAN ROUND BEEF

TOM SMITH, ............................................................................ Editor high score for north and south posi- \ -3 LBS. OF FRESH COD FISH6 : .-''. ,
tion :with Mrs. W. C. Owen and J. A committee, of the Woman's club r
Subscription Rates E. Beardsley high for east and west. met with members of the Parent-

The tournament standing is now: Teachers association Tuesday after- -8 EGGS2 '
mail outside of Florida By mail In Florida
By $2.00 North and SouthC. noon in Blnte's sewing room where LBS. POTATOES5
$2.60 One year
One year A., Jackson, 142; Mrs. Claude they worked on costumes to be used
1-50 Six months 1.00 LBS. TURNIP ..
SiX months Downs, 121:; :Mrs. W. C. Owen, 121; in the May pageant to be presentedby

Three months 1-25 Three months 76 Mrs. R. L. Simpson, 102; J. E. ,the school children on May 10.

Beardsley, 79; Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, They also discussed plans for the : Pure milk is our best food.

NEWS' PLATFORM 49; L. S.Ames. 48Irs.; C. A. Jack Community jamboree to be given at I

1. Definite control of Lake Okeechobee with water .transportation son, 43. the Clewiston Inn next Thursday

2. Early completion of the highways for local transportation and East and West night. CLEWISTON DAIRY COMPANY

concentration: of products. Mrs. G. B. Thomas, 319; S. S. Bear-
vegetables and Backus '48 and -: :- :- : := ;:::: :: .: : ::=:: :==::=- =:=:::: : : :: :: = =:- :: :-
EAenofher downward revision of freight rates on man, 142; Mrs. A. Mrs. T. 'V. Watson and Mrs.Wil- : ::: ; = = :: : :: :: ; :: := : :: : :: :: :=

products of this region to the northern markets. Albert Backus 44. liam Cecil. Owen spent Tuesd'ay in -
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4. The fia functioning of a cooperative marketing association for West Palm Beach on a shopping tour.F. 1, ---------.-.:
both buying and selling purposes. Plans for a "community Jamboree" L. Williamson and Captain F. ,,, ,; .-(

to include dancing cards and refresh- Deane Duff spent several days this ''i
ments at the Clewiston Inn next week in Tallahassee on business. 1
MAY 10,. 1928 1
Thursday night were announced this 1

r a. I i week by: :Mrs. William G.Ames. who Dave Alston has purchased a new i 1 .

AROUND THE LAKE said that the purpose of the jamboreeis Hudson sport roadster. YOUR APPEARANCE I

to launch the move for the Com 1 1i
Like a jewelled necklace shimmering in the morning sun, six: towns .';' I Ij'
munity house which is being sponsored Wilber D. Cole returned to his .

around the southern end of Lake Okeechobee set in the richest soil in the by the Clewiston Woman's club. desk in the Clewiston company this .j ;' ,t., '"

The Sebring orchestra will furnish week after an extended trip tolTo- ; ; ,: ;
of and awakening with startling : :
world are shaking off the lethargy years : \
the music. peka, Kas. h ; ':
rapidity to- their true possibilitieshile the chain on which these jewels are There will be an admission fee of I'
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Strung Is the white ribbon of road streaming from Clewiston to Canal Point. 25 cents with the dancing on the A. R. Murray of the Moore Haven l .''tl'..,.A.!.., AVO. pJ r,,:.;, -I, "' _
park plan or ten cents per coupleper Sales company was in Clewiston last 'J.
Contrasting! sharply with conditions a few months ago one now leaves, dance. There will also be a small Saturday on business. 1 tt p ) atronize "'f 'rf'
Clewiston and at an average rate of from 40 to 45 miles an hour may speed charge for those playing bridge. n ..', ...... ,.

it was also announced that thereis Mis.. Claude Downs accompanied by 1 : { : :I
around the southeud of the lake and visit within an hour, a group of towns :
now $200 In the Community House her mother In law Mrs. Downs, mo Tour Home : ;

which within the next few years are destined to become the very; backboneof fund, the Ladies Aid having donated tored to Sarasota last Sunday. ?,.::. :'
$100 and the Clewiston Social club J
the state. :
$100. W., C. Hanson of the Clew- 1 -
,. A true conception of the change which has come over th northern Ever- f I manager 1:1 1-
.. iston division of the Southern Sugar :\ Laundry

glades is not possible unless one remembers something. conditions herea The second night of the Sugar company left last Saturday for Chi- .:::1 1 S
Cane minstrels given at the Glatex cago and Peoria bn a business trip. !/
year ago.Starting theatre last Thursday night was an 1' i
with Moore Haven-a sleepy fishing village with a little faim.I .CLEWISTON STEAM LAUNDRY 3
t'. even greater success than the open- Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Poche and Mrs. / ,

ing done on the side-Clewiston with possibilities as yet undeveloped; South ing performance on Wednesday. The Hart were Sunday evening buests at 1 1 '

show much smoother in the home of Mr. and Mrs. WilliamG. 1 Florida.
was every
there [
Bay, a group of ramshackle houses with a rusted plough here and ; Clewiston" i
detail and those who attended were .. Ames on Arcade avenue .last Sunday : c"f; :,
Belle Glade few stores squatting on either side of a rutted and muddy .
a particularly (light in their praise of evenin.;. rI '

street; Pahokee, more ramshackle houses and a few fishing boats, and Ca- the string quarteete. r Those in the : }; ;
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quartette were F.T.. Beach, Hawai ; i j L&"F
r., nal Point, a few houses perching! on the banks of the canal with a small ian guitar, J. R. Risley, violin, W. A. I 1Irs.Villiam_ G. Ames will leave i: ;: i! i ,';; ) :: ;

next Friday for her home at
closed sugar mill desolate a few miles from town. Montgomery, banjo mandolin and Dr. summer
Cold Spring on the Hudson, N. Y. :\ : "
Over this 50 mile panorama of stupor and inactivity was passed the John Anderson, Castanets. Leonard Ames will drive his mother ,. /: ',:.. : : :;:. :,y!;?. : c:r;{' '> : lii.

<,.. magic wand of industrial enterprise, wielded, by B. G. Dahlberg and his associates north returning immediately and Mr. 1
Mrs. William G.Ames. entertained
t Ames will probably drive far _
as as a '
.\ in the Southern Sugar Company and now the transformation has members of her Sunday school classat ; "
Lynchburg, Va. to see their daughter
',, 'f, taken place. her home on Arcade avenue last Miss Catherin Ames before she 1 .Cleanliness is next :to Godliness< i
I Saturday Interesting games were :
) In Moore Haven echoing the thunderous roar of tractors over the black played and refreshments were serv- leaves fOr, Europe where she will : '-
spend the summer. 1 1
;k', muck, cash registers of Moore Haven merchants began to tinkle steadily, ed. Among those present were the 1 1,
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Misses Louise Bussey, Sara Btissey, i 1 _. ,.... .1
., new families arrived in town and local business resuscitated by the pulmotor r7 .
.... Gladys Haley, Betty Spencer, Lera Members of the Clewiston Community ).'. _.
::: of industry took new life and spurted encouragingly. Webb, Earline Whitcomb, Dorothy church will observe Mother'sDay .--------------------------- 1 1, .
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b';; As workers for the fields and for mill construction began to arrive, Nowling, Emma Laura Bethea. Mil- this Sunday with fitting serv- = = "'!,
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k. Brantley, Margie Haivel: and ices. Dr. Bailey will preach an appropriate :: : : :: : : :' : : :: = :: : : :: : = = :: : :: : :: ; ::; :
: Clewiston found itself facing a house and store shortage problem, and while
Opal Moiiis.On sermon and there will be It

c.:... several ,stores, homes and apartments have been constructed the community .' special music. -

rec.;:'.. is still under-housed. a business visit here Tuesday

were II. II. Bruant and J.L.. 'Waugh E. W. McCully local real estate .
>: Miami Locks, which is not yet a town, but, which exactly '
a year ago was :
of the Halsey Griffith Inc. of West dealer spent several days this weekin : '
V[, i J what the name implies, now finds itself the Everglades terminus for two off 'Palm Beach and S. n.. Evans of the Lalceland on business.Mr. ,-.l:. : ;-7i' j.ir.. : .; '.' : <;; ,;. 1 < : r :. :.,::_. ;-'<"' .,..+.T;.:,: a. r "' .::., )

.(.: the lending state railroads, the Florida East Coast and the Atlantic/ Coast General Fireproofing company of ..' .' ',; '.:.... ." .. '.'',': "
,. Youngstown, O. The visitors were and :Mis.: Kelly }have moved I .,; :-' : :. : ; d: ; i" ': {I'

Line. A combination freight and passenger station is"under construction, very.much pleased with 'the activity into one of the houses in Trdegerl I \ : : \ f :

three railroad section houses completed, a packing house nearing completion here, and it mentioned that Mr. Court. I ; :- GENERALCONTRACTING .. : .

I' Griffith, member of the firm is par- : ; '
and tomatoes'and beans. rolling to northern .markets in carload lots. { ,; >
> ticularly interested in the sugar cane Mrs. W. S. Harvel entertained : ,.
A few more miles along the white ribbon of load is South not in .''. '_'- 'F'fIJfT ,.\
: Bay-but activity the northern Evergladesas Thursday at her home on Crescent ;' .

;'i the South Bay_ of a year ago, where motorists heaved a great sigh of relief he spent several years in the ,sugar drive with a miscellaneous baby .- ':;i;! .. .: < ':

: I business in Cuba. shower honoring Mrs. C.,. W. Mc <
/ r after getting out of the muck, but a thriving town with new stores and home Donald. "
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a, ? ;'. being feverishly erected, while in the streets the places, of the sleepy dogs Members\ of the Ladies Aid societyof : Mill Work .. \
the Clewiston Community church Pink and whie flowers were used "l- l: :N ..
4' who basked lazily in the sun have been usurped by' dump truck, plougs and !
r met last Thursday in the Community In the party arooms and the shower ; : :

rr tractors while in the back country tall careless weeds are now replaced with church when Mis. Franc Howard, gifts were brought in by little Carolyn ::; : ; :

interminable of Mrs. M\ W.. Bigg and Mrs. W. G. McDonald wheeling a pink doll \l: .: ; ':::: : ;. / ,;; : : .
rows waving
sugar cane. ; : : : : 1

Perhaps_ the greatest. transformation. the' Glades has r taken placo at Ames read a acted paper' as on hostesses."Our Medical Mrs.Ames. Work carriage.. A social afternoon was spent by : :. : ;; : :. Lr .

Belle Glade. Where a year. ago, one jogged over the last piece of muck:, pasta in Porto Rico"' and also told of her the guests, in sewing and games at r'I .

impressions that country which' the conclusion of which a delicious f .
group of nondescript buildings, one now arrives from aide; comfortable .. ; : '
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?' she visited several times., She also salad course was seived. ::; ... .-.: ,-' ,.,:. ',' :, :'.. '..: -': ., :'J'
-' road into the main street of the village whose 84: feet wide pavement is reported on attending the Prysbyte- ,Invited guests were Mesdames. :-:-':. ". !'- :": '. :. : :: "t,: ; ,

flanked on either side with attractive stucco buildings,' and whose curbs aret rial conference at Lake;: Wales on I \,:. McDonald; Dave Alston, Kelly, : ; ; ;:: : .
/c"f. :
,',' April 10. The Ladies Aid agreed to' Gus 1\IcGhee. C. A. Jackson, W. T. : : ; : <: .
lined with he'autir .
l' palms. > ,. ,, . .. .
: PJ.t..s.I. ,
donate $100 toward the new community Bailey, William G.. Ames, Bert Tubbs, : .I."I. 'if. I." '
'. PallOke 's sign of 'speed limit 15 miles per hour in the village tells the house movement which is being Bill Allen, J. E. Beardsley, E. L.': : di; ,, : : < ) .
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I sponsored' by tho Clewiston Wom Tom Smith, and Jesse All- I : i. ; :
t- story but there is little: need o[ the sign for so' great is the :traffic in' town an's club. 18te\\\\1"t. I ": .. : ; ;:, ;,,:: : ,

;;. that it is impossible to average .more than 5 or 10 miles throughthe' main, ,, Save money Hy'consulting :us.j.f:"<:;* : '::*- :' tI" t-

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;'j' sl eet. Cars thickly parked on either side of the street, crowds hurrying bus' ':' : ;:.<;': < ; ; ::,' '.: ::;" :,.':: .. ..
i. fly along-erywheie the. sign of Industry, and .prosper (ty. :. .. :_' 1.-.:...: '>'.:. CABBAGES' AND lUNGS : '.." 'Our'Deputation. is' our,recommendation r f r, I

."c r(:'-::.,.-.:.j...,t'; new steady And streets stream the, a story sugar of traffic.of mill Canal repaired Point. and is similar-new its capacity increased houses-crpwded and( always hotels'.' the' .;'.c'r :I r":''priming":",\. ,".',:Did, / '. themselves you!..:>"i3Yer. stop for'the to consider battle. to that get four northern important Everglades' Florida business, ,">,cit""' i;,.;?; Not are [fi ;,:-;: -;: :::.}';::, \j ; : :': .. ;:.f '\} '<'i:!;, 'j ':

':./ towns But the remarkable" point Is the spirit' .of.. the, people., Stop I'In. any,of. the. i I.an Beach, occasional is planning shopping,a good tour will but, tour the.through bulk,. of the freight Everglades.- shipments. Fort as" LauderdaleIs well..Palm, :. J.f--: ; ,

!>', mentioned, avoid the chamber .
of commerce if you will,\ 'and stroll into .
'. .
f the confident of tho. business! and in view. of their wonderful ,harbor and for ,; -f"; .. i.: \ I / ;.: ( ; .. ,
: smallest merchant. Optimism on. every ,side, and optimism with l logicas 't \ ( ;. : .
r < this reason Is strongly agitating .a road directly along. the canal to the Everglades. ,/. .
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:: a foundation and not the type',.fUnd during the hectic. days of the Flor : .1. ., :. :'
ida boom. .).*..: Fort. :Divers is working hard for the cross state navigable canal -. .,
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The ,*. K across Okeechobee and down the Caloosahatche All of them are bidding .> ,<, >- y.,' .' .:, :- ." -'
boom spirit seemed to:"be "JRaiso .the: price .
I' of your property; sit ', ; / '
,for our business. '
tight and you'll get It." ., -
< Compare! this then with the .spirit I a? expressed' in the .Everglades of to .- .

day. \ And now a new plane and a Hangar at Cle, iston. Progress. along all lines. '
[: .
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.; This is the consensus of iln'lon. : ,t' s

th' Palm Beach in 30 minutes; Jacksonville: .in a few hours and even. Havana ( .. .
"We have rich I
..: ? soil and tho Southern Sugar ; "
... Is going forward and return in a day. Tho plane has'come to stay and the' chain filling "The 1 P.r-; r Builders of Clevlslon".d ._
on a big scale.. r I (I '
station operators would profit handsomely to now consider a chain of air- 1c
;: "Our future lies In the soil and'we recognize this fact.: I I. : !

plane. service stations. .. .
"The land In tho I .
northern Everglades Is the richest In the world, and it "- I I "

merely remains for us to work. Our formula for success when boiled down Dr. W J., Buck and J. 0. Darden are two of the,:: main reasons why. Belle :I tl..,

Is soil plus determination plus r I '
energy means wealth
Glade Is
developing In leaps and bounds. I ,
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I Okeechobee, and expressed himselfas RURAL COMMON SENSEBy efforts much sooner If all the people New York.-Six men killed
: I i About Florida I were on the new Western Union building ;
well pleased: with the appearance Spuds JohnsonA of the state give them tho hearty co-I and five injured when a steel girder fell on their Tieads. i

,i : 1., of the cane In South Florida. operation which they need and de i

!I I B. :Murdock, assistant pas- TIME WHEN ALL, THE serve. Naturally some of. the eradica- ---------- .-- -- 1

"' I traffic manager of the Sea: The Everglades region has shipped PEOPLE SHOULD HELP tion measures, such as quarantines, -

A I K-'; }ailway, recently announced approximately 10 per cent more beans ERADICATE FRUIT FLY are going to work hardships on some .
I"" re was' an increase of from this season than last, and has moved people. But it is better to endure 4

I! per 'cent in passenger traf- more than twice as much as the re- I these. hardships temporal than to tI t-

rll': ':'Florida this winter over the mainder of Florida. Everglades growers Times of danger are times, when I Ibe deprived permanently of a profitable ----- ----- ------- ----
all people, if ever, should stand shoul-
..I : ]g sertscn.onthly shipped more beans during the industry. .
e'. :.' --=-_ first nino'da's of April than the en- der to shoulder and 'unHc'against a Nothing'slOrt! of total and permanent >.
; common threat. Sucl 'a time now
J report of Postmaster tire shipment from Texas during tho eradication of this pest from < "
> faces tho people of FlorId
of West Palm Beach, whole season '" Florida -will suffice.Coopcrstowu I; S '
;'\[shows Smith that in March a totalp2.60 The Mediterranean fruit fly,. one of I <:.. FRIED CHICKEN

in tho Everglades section the worst known .pests, of fruits and i S
$ was Issued in money Prosperity ; 111.-Dr. Fred P. Earl '"
of Palm Beach county Is shown vegetables \has been) discovered In elected .
was as seventeenth mayor ,
is compared with $10SGGS.S5i two Florida :counli s. This fly, hardly I' <
In bank ,
i :\ 1928. Increased earn- by a steady"'increase deposits and will reveive like his predecessors '
in that area. The bank: of Canal as large as a housefly, attacks and fifty cents Prepared in the
the past few months also are a year. The aldermenreceive way that made the
i has to date $50,000.00 damages nearly every variety of fruit
Point deposits
1 the Postal Savings report, twenty five cents. Why can'tother
; In this time last The grown In Florida citrus, guavas, ''Watanabe ,
total of 1,408,793.00 on excess of year.- cities pay the same salaries famous. ,
ing a
mangoes, peaches, pears, plums, apples .
I Bank of Pahokee reports an increaseIn and perhaps counties? :

", March 31st, 192S, as against deposits of $125,000 above ''the figure bananas, figs, cherries, papayas, I .,-..",.'.' '. !.'.,..:-.... .. .. '
i 4 .OO in the Savings Departthe :" ", .
\ end of March 192S. of this period last year. It is expected grapes, blackberries, strawberries, 1---1' :i .. .. f' : n -
, dewberries avocados, etc. addition ;

(I ---.: that the tomato shipmentsjust I I receIved hero that nine people In the '

beginning from the upper Ever- it has been known In other northeast had frozen to ({eath. No details ;: .,;. :
apartment of Agriculture, Bu- countries SUNDAYSEVENTY
to attack certain
. vegetables : '
glades section further materially given.
;Markets. gives a revised es- increase deposits. such as green beans, peppers, :: : '

:f the commercial acreage eggplants, pumpkins, squash, canta-. Ha\'ana.-Two-children :were killed ;,. :
S 7 '..
past of production for straw- It Is reported that the Brown Company loupes, cucumbers, gourds, etc. 'and 22 adults killed and several In- S S
knd lettuce in Florida for ;1 FIVE CENTS .
Think of It! There is possible ruin-,
farm, located 14 miles southeastof jured when a large theatre burned ,.' ,
Spared with the acreage and Belle Glade in Palm Beach county, ation of Florida's entIro fruit and : today. :,.{, I, ', '

I m; in 1028. For 1929 the num- during the last planting season planted -I vegetable industry staring- us in the I :''i ,f,' i f.f .

cres in strawberries is 4,900 face. This fly ,is a potential pest, not ': '.' : :
50 carloads of seed potatoes and LOST There are a few more rooms for per-
estimated yield of 10,045,000u in.- II ;.
; later harvested only the counties where it is now manent S
approximately Bar pin! about three inches long. guests now available.
1928 the number os acres known to exist, but also in
carloads every
which were sold at excellent White gold set with small diamond.
,,0 'yielding 5,096,000 quarts. prices. Many valuable experiments" county of Floiida, as well as in other II
; tj Reward. Mrs. Walter Whitten.H .
for '1929 is 10SO acres, with
states ha'JJga relatively cliI
have been concluded by soil chem warm .
i : :ated. production of 406,000or mate. I
I, ists and agricultural experts of the

I: 'S a S 102S total the production acreage of was 316-1- to company other,growers which are of the being area.passed 'on.' be.Nothing worse. is The so' bad people but that of It Florida might I 666 6, 6 6 6is The Watanabe, Hotel,

S. should be thankful for the existence, a Prescription for

One of the major projects of the State Plant Board and 'the fed- COLDS, GRIPPE, FLU, DENGUE, .
, nqw go- : ,.:.- MRS. CLAUDE, DOWNS
i. this season here have gone eral BILIOUS FEVER and MALARIA. Manager. j
quarantine service
ing on in South Florida is the im- at this periodof ,
he groves of Florida 28,500 It is the most known.
,. provement of the Fort Pierce harbor. crisis. Already these organizationsare speedy remedy
:of and 18,000 car-
oragnes 1 working-
This work is being .carried on at an on a program of eradi- ,
'\ grapefruit. Compared with cation of the Mediterranean fruit
i. expenditure of $3,000,000.00 which fly. '
I one year ago, orange ship- NOWLIN and HAYS
amount of money is represented by And well may we all hope that their
e 10,000 carloads ahead, and and Counselors at Law
efforts succeed. Attorneys
bond issues of the district. The .opening ;
t 5,000. It is estimated that
date for the harbor is set for Succeed they are bound to, as they HOPKINS BLOCK
I i 1 yet to be shipped from 8- sometime in July. I have succeeded in handling citrus Clewlston, Florida

pOO 'carloads of oranges and canker, but success will crown their 1-mo. pd.
, I (to I to. 7,000 carloads of grape- The Tropic Everglades Park association -

.; has been organized at Miami I

for the purpose of securing govern- "IN AMERICA'S NEW SUGAR J
: lshmal1, formerly the White ment recognition and activity to- BOWL"S S
I tpr. Tauris made it initial ', ., ", ,::" :
wards a movement to have set aparta '
fJacksonvilJe' &;' Announcing the of : -
opening ;
Florida, from section of the southernmost partof I. '; ': '' 5 )
!antic ports to take on a car- Florida : "( :.>' : 'p ,i:_
as a national preserve for .
)JOO crates of citrus fruit for ; ;, '> '-" S THE CLEWISTON INN S I
birds and wild life. The proposed location : DENTAL OFFICES < ,
j England, it was learned of this national park is in the t ' ,
;'he Strachan Shipping- com-, extreme southern end of the Ever- :, i ; \, :' .', : "} '.", On Lake Okeechobee -

rant for the vessel. It has :; In The Block, :. :', I
ilgned glades, and will cover roughly an ,,;&i .:' Hopkins Ofm : : ; ."
to visit Jacksonvillele :
area_ of 2,500 square miles. .< ': '.+'
? purpose of loading citrus oIIJ' .. ., ,"

5 consumption In England. Establishing :;," DR. JOHN ANDERSON '.,- ', ''- ..... '; -
5' I of a new bank at ,. ,.. Clewiston ,.' .:.'_ "'W-",;,..: : Florida

te freight handling facilities Stuart to be known as"the Stuart ,:::: ''Jt'i-, entist., -'*.*: .:*" .. .'., :. ';:..> .;'. \.... :;'.;. :'::',.- '. ':'" .
.. 3 Central Farmers Bank was announced 'c:
F f Iv> warehouse and spur track recently by H.V.. Selby, Presi- Clewiston Florida. .
I I s' ,I chants & Miners Trans- dent of the Central Farmers Trust OPEN ALL YEAR

1 I' company at the Port of Company of West Palm Beach. Mon-

I ich were utilized for the I day, May 6, has been set as the ex-
i recently in shipping a car-
pected date for the
( opening. I --- ----- -----
I :ihiminum sulphate to the -
[tort Pierce, to be used by Gasoline
users of Florida, throughthe
,i Pierce waterworks. .
f payment of a tax of 1 cent upon < ;
i I _
i' Ii each gallon of gasoline consumed,
i n Harvey Kellogg, superin- paid $2,517,666.08
to the common
jf the world celebrated Bat- 1
'II K" schools of the state from July 1927to

S L reCently Mich., that sanitarium by next, fall an- April 1929. S LIST YOUR PROPERTY WITH ME /

: :8 'a similar insti- I
The student registration list at the
| accommodating perhaps Florida State University at Gainesville S ANOTHER PROSPEROUS SUMMER

0 patients at first. A site I I. shows an enrollment of 2,261 Clewiston is growing every day and with the

nitarium has not yet been r
names, representing 35 American .
:' '
mill addition under construction values '
I -states and five foreign countries. new ': "l', '

e, I is 5SGG6 square miles in will increase.
largest state but one east

J Ississippi, and is Within 24 The North Half of Section 23 ,
adjoin- .1
% 'I rs' ride- of a large propore ing Clewiston and the North Half of 1 >:f <;7**: :.:'' o :; Is assured for this section through the activity

do. people of America : Section 19 in Palm Beach County for .\. ( "

rent on the usual terms ., Edison C. 'SpeerYOUR .,.;;. of the Southern Sugar Company.

lan' one hundred varietiescane r ,.vi:': :.. "i-\. : .
All present, tenants desiring to (lease ', .
collected "
i on four '.: ,
rip through New Guinea are for another year will kindly call ai ; .' )

ppcd to the United States once and make the necessary ar

is next month and planted rangements. \ Homes, stores'and ,apartments are needed to

?neat stations at Washing- 100 acres of uncleared land 'in Section

i and Canal Point, Florida, 23 will be leased for the :######## ######### ## ###### #######################I###########" house industrial workers, making Clewiston
et, clear-I 4 .
i i announced by Dr. E. W. ing. :

thief: pathologist of the De- 4 today the greatest field for opportunity
of Agriculture. Dr. Brandes

.... ;,ompleted an inspection tripar COMPANY : APPEARANCE COUNTS in the entire South. '
I E. W. McCULLY, Mgr. : ,. ;,
cane area around Lake -',
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We are proud of the fact that we- have, \ ', '

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80 ACRE FARM y :

.- RICH BLACK MUCK-WATER CONTROL helped to make Clewiston a thriving city. .

j I'' ',' 110.00 PER ACRE For Detailed Information, write i '

We are pioneers in the Barber Business., .


'.. UNDER ',' '

$150.00 PER ACRE '

Clewiston Florida
CUSTARD APPLE LAND WATER CONTROL.5 j I To patronize our shop. I .

," 1\"'' ".. $200.00 PER ACRE' i J .



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t<,. : ': Imps of the pre-Celotex era! times as effective as wood, .8 times cracks and eliminate. lath marks. ( ;,

: plaster-board 12 times brick and 25 -:""' .,
f ,:. :.: .- It is a sight that warms the heart of As interior finish, Celotex adds ; ".
times concrete.
;: :' t every home-owner and prospective new beauty to homes through its :"

!,::, .. ,. '.; ', home-owner in the country! When used on the outside of houses, natural tan color and pleasing fibre .' ,_

r< : ','. : ., : as sheathing, Celotex adds structural texture. Celotex_ used i in old homes .';
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home life, Celotex is simple, prac- : : on'r
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PAVING PROGRAMIN NINE FEET TO ROCK being permitted. and present bund ,

I LaBelle News .IS BELLE GLADE I Ings of sheet iron construction must z

BUILDING RULE be stuccoed before August 1 accord- .
Ing to the city ordanance. 'r:>,

, .::... (Continued from page 1) Commenting on the ruling, Dr. W. \.

J. Buck, president of the board of '::.:
Mrs. Carl Bekemeyer' is assistingin TUNG OIL REESTHRIVING BEJLAUNCHED
was found that several and '
COMMISSIONERS. MEET frame councilmen said: .
I the LaBelle post office this week HERE sheet .
The monthly meeting of the Hen- construction were Destroyed "During the storm wo had every .'.
.. commissioners convened while Mr. Hall is' attending a post JACKSON FINDS while a few buildings constructed opportunity to "; .,
dry county Avenue A Will Be Pav- see, type of buildings
courthouse. masters convention. 1 of stucco withstood the hurricane.The which best withstood '.
Saturday May ,4 at the the hurricaneand
(Continued from page 1)) ed For Two Blocks
town' 's
ruling now is that all
with the
interest of
Mr. James E. Beardsley, :who was tho community .
appointed by the state plant board Mrs. Collins, many of her LaBelle West of StateHighway buildings within the corporate limits at heart it Is natural that Te ';
friends will be glad to know, is re- the Clewiston
company. must be either of frame or stucco should insist
E as Hendry county citrus inspectorcame sturdily constructed
before the board asking for per- covering rapidly from her recent op- Inspection of the grove this week construction, no sheet iron buildings buildings. '
eration. showed all of them to be living and -

mission to read tho state plant thriving and although the success of -Pavintr-.--- nf__ _Avrmiin_. _____ -A- n in_ _Hollo_n_ Glade----- ,-
board 'citrus which in -
regulations Mr. and Mrs. James L. Nicholsonleft the experiment is not yet definitely from the cross state highway to a i

_ brief, provide that citrus fruits'must Friday for Jacksonville where assured, the most dangerous periodfor point two blocks west will be started STYLES j
be transported from groves to a pack-
they will make their home in the fu the young trees has now passed, within the next few weeks it was announced
be boxedin .
hous where must
ing they '
ture. Mr. Nicholson is still maintaining and it is confidently believed that this week by city, officialsof !
standard before they maybe
a crate .
., his business in LaBelle and has the work will be a success. the community. Construction will '
sold. A person can not even go be similar to the state road, FOR ALL OCCASIONS :
Cr fruitto accepted a position with an insurancefirm Four; varieties of orange trees cross ;
to their own and bring .
grove .
in Jacksonville. which were set out several weeks I consisting of marl base with crushed .
their house without being in danger "
ago are also prospering. These va- rock surface. Featured by :.
f of a .fine of $25 to $500. The :
\ The senior class of the Alva high rieties, are late Valencias, Lue Gim Despite the paving work and side-
commissioners asked to appoint
:- school gave a four act play entitled Gong, Parson Brown and Pineapple.The walks and curb construction In the
guard' at the Hendry-Collier county Blate
a. Bros.
4 Arizona Cowboy at the Columbia the- Marsh seedless grapefruit trees town during the past few months
line but their action on this matter
atre Monday. are also doing well, it was reported.The Belle Glade has no bonded indebtedness -
was deferred until a later date. The :
experimental work program the cost of sidewalks and surb-
commission heard tho report of our i1't )
Commissioner Murray was busy on also- calls for the planting of various Ing being cared for by the Issuanceof / I
county attorney, H. A, Rider, as re-
his grove near Fort Denaud water- types of grasses and these will bo time warrants and the cost assessed See.
gards to the procuring of deeds for
river water. next week. I against the abutting property
ing the trees, using planted early
the right of way of road twenty ,five Them
In connection with his work of supervising owners.
between LaBelle and the Lee county --
G. W. Pettee and George Loveland the planting of trees ,and When the sidewalk and surbing
line. He was congratulated on !
success by the commissioners ,and motored to Fort Myers Friday. grasses for 'beautification purposes program was agreed 'upon time war- Today

under the direction of Captan F. rants totalling $12,500 were drawn''and

c the board adjourned. The equipment for repairs on the Deane Duff general manager' Jackson sold to the Bank of Pahokee and ''li 1 __._...____ : r '

I LaBelle bridge arrived this week and said that 300 trees will be planted on I the healthy condition of the town is
Ml' and :Mrs. George Milton Hen- I '
cou"s'e reflected in the fact that the bank 1k
work will begin soon thereby neces- the new golf and that grasson
the of their
dry announce .
sitating a detour to Fort Denaud in the greens and fairways will be' paid par for the warrants. V\ Thether '
are :
daughter Clara to Mr. Grant Butler I Iter' you
order to cross the river in a car. sown next week. I Cost of maintaining city offices is V all dressed
Wilkes onVednesda'y, :May the first up,
( Several hundred trees and grass defrayed through the issuance of occupational -
at Tampa Florida. or in everydayclotheswe
on the lots in Harlem will be planted licenses in town. your
., t Mr. Wilkes is a prominent bond I have
next week, it was reported. 'Town officials are Walter Greer, a

and stock broker in Tampa, his home URGENT NEED OF mayor; councilmen, Dr. W. J. Buck, 'JJII( '- shoe that will serve s ;rl

groom will motor on ''their honey- MORE BUILDINGS president, Max Morris, J. 0.,, Darden, l your particular
being in Buffalo, where the bride and
t!. CURTIS PLANEIE L. C. Betzner and Joe Friedheim; J'
moon. IIII Ill 111111111 purpose. ,
DELIVEREDTO city clerk, C. E. Everett and MarshallR.
Mrs. Wilkes is the daughter of for- (Continued from Page 1)) In Patent, Black ,
P. G. BISHOP A. Watson.
mer representative George Hendry -- II JI Kid, and the Latest s,
and Mrs. George Hendry is well (Continued from 1))
page Colors.
the w
negro workers and with the influx
known! In LaBellc. J Is
and possible
of white workers there will be stances everything ,
will home after 1 resident is a All Sizes and Widths. .
They be at July owned by Clewiston. being done to bring to the attentionof ,'
E need for at least 50 houses. At
a' in Los Angeles, California. pres- well equipped monoplane with a ca- Governor Carlton and Senator Ma-
. ent virtually all 'of the white em- o '
' pacity of two passengers In additionto lone the attitude of the people of Prices:
ployees of the Sugar company at Ca-
the pilot and a baggage capacity absurd
toward the
Hendry county
BANK DIRECTORS MEET nal Point are living in one hotel.
or.. 50 ,pounds., The plane has a wing j
introduced the Hendry
\ The ,directors of the Bank of'La There' are a few houses occupied by measures by $3.95
spread of 41 feet and Is powered witha
Belle held their quarterly meeting at married men, but there are several county representative.
Curtis Challenger radial motor.
the Bank of LaBelle Friday. who are anxious to bring, their fam- '
The hangar is being solidly con- I = In High and TowHee

I ,_ ilies to the community as soon as'j structed to prevent possibility of New York. The new owners of Patterns.

The city council held its -monthlymeeting houses are available. storm damage. It is 51 feet across the United States Line will be allowed

Tuesday at the city hall with'j George McLarty; postmaster at making it possible to house two to sell lequor on their ships.which

all: members present, no important.1 Pahokee is authority for the state- planes comfortably. includes the Leviathan: A L'j'w

business being transacted. ment that 'at least 50 houses are
The airmindedness of
needed in that community and his
residents was clearly reflected in the'interest ..

The many friends of Col. H.A.. Ri- / statements are substantiated by lead- shown in the arrival cf Mr.
ing business of the
' der and family will be glad to heal'lM. community. Bishop's. plane. Hundreds of resident } ,

:: \ that little Billy Rider is convalescing ] During the farming season which at have been out to the field and it is :
} { present is from six to eight months
rapidly from his recent fall, tho believed probably that a f1'ing'school' : ,' ,
I j of each :
year .population of
he is still in the Fort
Myers hospitaL may be established here in the near I
;I hokee increases more than 10 times

I l I and the problem of housing these future. ( 1
Mrs. R. V. Hedges was hostess to,I' Although the official municipal airport
: people is acute.
a group of LaBelle'' ladies comprising for Clewiston is south ''of the 7 -1rt
,Dr. W J. Buck president of the
the Missionary society of the LaBelle''. town where the hangar is under con
board of councilmen of Belle Glade
Methodist church at her home Thursday I II I struction, the field back of the ridge
told the Clewiston News that the Im- : .,'
j afternoon. adjoining the lake has also brought .;.
mediate need of at least 50 houses \ :
Among the LaBelle ladies present favorable comments from several vise .:-
in his community offers
.. were Mesdames A. L. Taylor, Pfluge, I an excellent iting aviators, although this field Is (i.

.. Bush, Ross, Pfaff, Dreyer, Rogers, opportunity to builders, and J. O. best adapted to use when there is 11111 IIII \ g; /i
r Darden, another member of the town .:.
Delaney, Thompson Magill, Heroy
an east or west wind. -
council substantiating the doctor's == .
Buckwatter.After t
\ statement pointed to his three storeson
r pleasant
"'6' a P afternoon delicious ,
i!: F/ refreshments consisting of the main street which were rented GRAVELY REBUKEDBY r I,

" home. made Ice cream were served. as soon as tho building was com- CONSTITUENTS L

:I,. pleted. Construction in all of the lake IN TWO PETITIONS '

towns has been steady, but not of I ..
The Royal Neighbors lodge held .. j

their monthly meeting Monday eve- sufficient volume to meet the steadily (Continued from page 1), ; I __ ,"(
increasing < i .
ning at tho Everett hotel. demand. I
',0 # At Clewiston. the construction of dry county. -..;

The. Parent S Teachers association hundreds of thousands of dollars in Opponents of the new county court I ) Giaiixs By

held a meeting at the school housef' new stores.. homes and apartments bill and with the exception of a hand Hunting Seaplane )

Tuesday evening. during the past year has failed to ful of men, the entire county is -

: I solve the house shortage problem and posed to it, pointed out that OP-I
cou '.,
of Industries. Under of
The "giant hunt" 1928 was not berg consent
there are families living in :Moore court lasts for but week and also
The dragline of Mr.',R. B. Stewart a
human but for wild the British and Dutch
one 'of the contractors of the''road Haven whose heads are working in that all of the business which accrues for giants, sugar governments ,

C from Clewiston to LaBelle was haul- Clewiston, because of the. inability:! to to the circuit court in the coun canes-large, hardy'Ispecies desired and with perfect functionirg of the -

get homes here.Operations for with domestic varieties. personnel and its highly modern :
ed over the Seaboard railway to. La ty in three months is handled in 'a crossing .

Belle and unloaded Tuesday. Work of the Southern Sugar week, proving the absurdity of saddling ..; Scientists believed that'such? canes equipment, the expedition, in three '

will begin in a few days on that the company extending over the 50 mile the county with additional ex- grew in the interior fastnesses of New months time, covered 11,000 miles ) r

middle contract and the work on the area from Moore Haven to Canal pense, which Is entirely at odds with I Guinea and Papua,north of Australia. of travel, and brought back 176 specimens -I. '.',

; two ends will begin r in two weeks or Point are responsible for this need Governor Carlton's announced economy But how to find them in this wild of wild One of thesespecies
; of homes and survey of : conditions sugarcane. (,
program.Thinking -l
so according to information These I and how named saccKarum robttstwn ,
i to
contracts are expected to bo .finished around the lake this week shows people of the county are; unexplored territory get ,

in nine months, and' as soon as the that in the, six lake towns are al:' .'incensed over'Graveley's'. move:which them out quickly, was a problem has stalks that average 30 feet in

deed for the right of way of the sec- most' unlimited possibilities for build would burden. Hendry county with ad- r It was solved in the modern waYheight, and promises to be of-great ((1 J ..

if 1 .tion ,between LaBelle and: 'the county ers. ditional. expense, in these: two in-.. by air. These regions were known to value. The expedition, flying over

.. ,, line are secured the".contract. for. .that -: .'1-f ..ef '- 11 ,be dotted with lakes which could be mountains, I- ,ooo feet high, found 1.1I 1 1i

I i will be let."l": ; '*. '. used for and establishing without metal still living i in "J
: I landing seaplanes! people @
:-:: ; ,, t ."... .
":--- "' \ i. ) carps from which the work' the stone age, who had never SCL.I a
'" t' ; Tax Assessor Hurd L.' Reeves was ;:coon..K' / : ; .' .
be white before.
/ .: : / ''' of exploration could 'done. man "
; .' ; a week end visitor In Miami
and the
': } east coast where'hey"'ref't.Mrs: ,-Reeves; ,;? :' l[, Tin: ,; ; In charge of Dr. E. \V..B andes of This is but one of the' activities : .

d .' ';" Mr. Reeves reports that he saw .several .-. Listen LaWIii <<:O D' r w '..the. U. S Department of Agriculture being conducted by the undersigned f

.j wild turkey along tho road. v Motuia.) J i&t I ..- ," sand; :Dr. J..Jeswiet of the 'Dutch East companies in their tiVcrLs to enl-.ge .

; 111$ / ;'Java: .Experimental! Station: ,. the exand improve the domestic sugar-pro- ]

\ ,"', ',"... .. i: Mr. Joe Wilson of the Hill Whippet; file'! lJe Wrong.; ..' .'-. tJ hopped off from Port ducing industry. An iustr] ted t..ipe. t. j

: company- met with_ an accident. Sunday t' in booklet their will be t i iI
i \ :.:, ,:;.. >. evening when'hls'i"ord I .. -Moresby Papua on June 17, 1928 telling story

.... ... turned roadster tire stands first; if 'i -I in a seaplane provided by the Dahlelt upon request. ,
; .. 5 over and was wrecked near \. r
!: ,
:.-" ... 11.f f
". ..... '. \.the Seaboard depot. '. ,r : ,'. i

>.;' ,;.'4;.: ..t,..'.' ':" : _. .. DAHLDER.G SUGAR CANS INDUSTRIES:

Mr. C. S. Lucas of Desota d
Mo. was
:',( .
'. ..' :; :) a visitor in LaBelle last weeic to I -.C ,

:,' look after the interests of his fathers : TJ) ,. .... ,

. 1-; : '..1 : estate which includes: much > JL BAD the records- I $K\, ( 1

';' .land. In and near aLBelle. you what tire to buy. The most powerful road- : 4 c I TE: cTfTii COAST': COMPANY\ 'J pi;:. THS:,SOUTHERN SUCA3. n>.'PANY'X .

'. .---- \ gripping tread ever put on a tire is put .,'t:: .. .. .... ,..> I .\.. eT/tf/j .".r/ Plantations in i------'a j jr..I..o.
< on : IY
a Firestone-with : .) .fll'' ...........: ..." .S..1JJ\1r': ..1.1.. '\.;. -. fool'. a.
Judge and Mrs. Carl'' Bekenieyer Gum-Dipped Cords underneath. The result is tire d" I. r I
., a that is \ /, : :I .
and Col. E E Edwards giving I longer service-standing .. I. .:.J 'i
were guests more. .
drivingdelivering A'" I
4.' :- ,
;, .. ': in Fort Myers. Friday- afternoon.. .> greater mileage J than'. tires ever gave before .. .?f" a-- J .r : I J

Mr. and Mrs. Osborne l left Tuesdayfor : Executive O/acesr 645 North Mich'sn Av, ', : .C': e.

their home In New York after '

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MAY 10, 1929

Moore Haven-Venus road, the only All-Glades Civic PAHOKEE BUSTLES Brantley, Bernice O'Neal.LeatWk. PAVING STREETSOn
difference being AmbitionOf Morgan and Louise"Whitcomb.
Club Is
specified in the calling forbids VILLAGE GROWS
are Part four consists of the building ,of
ten streets In the negro quarters
IS STARTED IN as a result of a recommendation Belle Glaciers the railroad and the shipment. of the Southern Sugar companyat
Governor Carlton, while the sur .' (Continued from 'page 1)
by j
truck by white farmers. The .cast IsSUl'Ve'Ors Canal Point, more than 5,000 feet
face on the Moore Haven-Venus roadIs Plans for the organization of a Elmer Mer- .
CIVIC CENTER ; of marl paving la being laid, it was ...
which is' imported who has been a resident of Pahokee
crushed blue slag chic club which would include in its rel Lowe: section foremen, Halston announced this we k.by Frank S. .
from Ohio.Complction membership residents of northern for the past seven years says that
Avant and section Luther
hands are Keith secretary to df'V. Rafn, .engineer
of the Clewiston-South Everglades towns from South Bay to the future was never brighter thanit
Arcadia Baker Leases Lowe and J. P. Crews; locomotive engineer in charge of the work.
, Bal-Belle Glade road has already at Canal Point were being consideredthis Is today, and he pointed out new E. P. Bethea, conductor-

r ; Block To Start tracted several people from the west week by leading Belle Glade residents buildings and said that the monthly George Bestor, freight agent; Roy S.

;ii: : Business Here coast and representatives of several who see in the plan possibilities money order business is in excess of Green; Farmers-A. Jeffries, James NO BONDED DEBT

S Palm Beach business houses visited in buildIng $15,000.
: for more united effort Garner and Richard Bestor.Part. five

Work .'was started this week on C1e'j ton this week to make plans the entire section around the Much of this money Is going out shows the drainage work, cane plant Pahokee Is another town which although

the construction' of n new one story for bidding for n heavy portion of south and west end of Lake} Okeechobee. of town because of the house shortage Ing and building the town of Clewiston. It Is an incorporated villagehas

local business. and Mr. McLarty said that thereIs no bonded indebtedness. The
Cane planters Wilbur Mc-
building by J. K. Baker which has aro_
crying need for least 50
a at
This would include members from $1475,000.
been leased to George Cavis of Arcadia Ghee, Rupert Creel, Munselle Stone,

who will operate"' a bakery here HEAVY RAINS STOP South Bay, Belle Glade, Pahokee: and houses in the community today."A Louis Leiter, Lunnie Wceb and Ed- 000. .. ."

Canal Point, and In the opinion of plain statement of fact'is all ., ', ,',
The building on' the corner of Sug- FIRST BALL GAMES\ I die Walls, and carpenters are Mar- '.
t arlanrl highway and Couimercio IN GLADES LEAGUE many would be a strong force not that Is needed to show the prosperity I lus Wright, Dan Beardsley, J. D,. DENTON ADDITION'BUILJ-
only in guiding but in speeding the of Pahokee" the postmaster said,
street one block west of Central avenue Hooker: Ralph Crow and Eugene 1
rapid development of the entire enumerating as some of the signs of
will be of concrete block and (Continued from Page 1)) Waldron. A warehouse 29x35 has, recently
northern Everglades area ready money, a moving picture house "
stucco construction 25x105 and will 0 been completed as an addition to the
I "Such a. civic organization," said which operates every night and is '
: be finished and ready for occupancy the Clewiston club will meet V. C. Denton store in Pahokee. Thebuilding
Dr. Buck, one of the leaders in the crowded to capacity it being frequently i
Point at the Canal Point diamond on '
by May 15. jj Radio NewsTallahassee. is of frame and sheet metal
, the movement "with service its mot. necessary to turn the pco-
George Cavis who has leased tho May 26 and on the same Sunday as construction, anal was made necessary -'
to will do than other away; a modern dance hall where
. known Belle Glade will meet the Brown more ay one '
new Clewiston store is a well by the steadily increasing volume .
: at Belle Glade. This means agency''' to eliminate sectionalism and dances are' held every Friday night -
baker of Arcadia and he will supply company of business.
be double tackle impartially the problems of with music by a Palm Beach orchestra The appropriationsof
'Clewistou with a complete line of that on aMy 26 there will
'' bread and cake with the opening of headers both at Canal Point and at the northern Everglades as they ; two automobile agencies prospering the state legislature for the, years
,: ari e." as are all, of the four restaurants from 1929 to 1931 will be $426366more ;
the new store. Belle Glade. \ I marching nearhere with 10,000 men.
l and other merchants in the than. 1927 to 1929 appropria
l 0 The new building will front on Interest In the Everglades Leagueis A rebel plane was forced down but

both Sugarland highway and on Com- increasing steadily and the teams community, tions. Pres. Gills says everything is quiet.
CANAL POINT TAKING "Pahokee's foun .
'" business wealth has a solid
by the men
''h morcio street. are encouraged
_' F. B. Hagan Is in charge of cons of the various communities who see PLACE WITH OTHERPROSPEROUS dation" :Mr. McLarty said. Every Key West. -EIght hundred cases Cleveland. The body of Ambassador -

r.s. struction. In the baseball league the possibilityof TOWNS last building in this community and of liquor' were discovered which had Herrick was buried Monday
t (Continued from page 1) evident
, cementing of the bonds of friend- every bit of prosperity was labels bearing asphalt and looked like amid simple democratic services and e
taken from the soil. We have two ,
ship among the Everglades towns asphalt. They were in one gallon demijohns -: the mournings of two nations. .
tex and stucco construction and will churches, and
NEW ROAD TO PALM around the lake. grade junior high and were valued at $12,000.I

!(; BEACH IS FINISHED Complete schedule for the first be a credit to the community.. Recog- schools with an attendance of 400 Tallahassee. Rep. Peoples of
nizing the importance of the
place pupils and we are now building a negro .
half of the will be found on
season Nogallas. Reports have come in Glades county will introduce a bill
:, (Continued from Page 1)) the Florida East Coast railroad has school. The Pahokee Woman'sclub '
another page of this paper. that one American was executed in legislature abolishing the Ever-
constructed a spur from its line to under Mrs. J. R. Poland is very
by the rebels while they wer fight- glades fire control board and leaving
f': by the capacity of the car. the commissary to facilitate the han- active and J. U. York as president of i
TWO RAILROADS Ing on the American border. this to some other department.
f. ,, The road as far as Miami Locks dling of shipments:, our chamber of commerce Is doing
now consists of the marl base but Nor is the town being built with wonderful work for the town.
WORK IN GLADES New York. Ruth will be
J: from that point through South aBy out plan, for the marl streets are "We have grown steadily and I Babe Southampton. Major Seagravewas

jf into Belle Glade the crushed slag and (Continued from page 1)) well laid out and at the entrance to think that today our prospects for married at six thirty Wednesday made a member of the order of a
.. morning in St. Gregory church it was knighthood by King George for his
t oil has also been applied making the negro quarters is an attractive the future are better than ever."

f road similar to the Moore Ilaven-Venus Cornell Young company which built small park, the smooth Bermuda announced. victory in speeding on land the firstto )
p. road. both the A. C. L. and the F. E. C, extensions -'grass lawn lined with Palm trees, reElecting PLANS COMPLETE -- be given for feats on land.

i f Crushed slag or rock and oil will while a frame combination the interest in beautificationwork Washington. Former Vice President -
;';' be applied over the mark base from freight and passenger station and Dawes name was confirmed by New York.Col.. Lindbergh is

1 : South" Bay to Clewiston within the three section houses were built by Pla'ns are now being formulated a TODAY the senato today as Ambassador. rIding on the Herrick funeral train a '"

f.... next week but this work will not the Coast Line, the contract having for a white town on the east side of (Continued from Page 1)) Engl;nd.Mexico. today, the first train he has. ridden

::. hold up traffic. been awarded to B D. Hale. the mill and it Is considered probable since his flight to Paris two years

r: .. Several parties leaving Clewiston The F. E. C. tracks pass the that a new hotel barracks for City. Ambassador Morrows ago.
% ; first white men living In the Everglades
>, early this week made the trip over A. C. L. terminus to (the south and white mill help similar! to the mill and fishermen family may spend May and
are George
::: the new road to Palm Beach in driving I connect at a "Y" a few hundred feet barracks at Clewiston, will be erect- Surls, Fred Whitcomb and William Junein U. S. so thereby the marriageof Mexico ity. One of the rebel

f, time ranging from one hour and west of the Miami Canal. ed. Warren. Hunters are Bob Beardsley, Liudy and Anne will be in the Generals, Manzo, has asked to surrender -

: fifty minutes to two hours. Several cars of beans and some tomatoes Several new buildings have been lobby Patterson and Eugene :Morris. United States in June. providing they will not shoot

f.t: With this work practically com- l have already been shippedover completed and others are under construction The him or troops but President Gill says
r'' thud part features the first
: : gplete the Huffman Construction company the Coast Line from the Miami both In Canal. Point proper Los Angeles. A woman bandit his surrender must be unconditional.San .
,.. i farming in the glades done by Jap-
':" will start work immediately on Locks area but. as yet there have i and on,the Canal Poiut-Pahokee road, anese truckers. The farmers are held up a bank and escaped with $2-

s : the grubbing grading and construction been no vegetable movements over .. and the West Palm Beach Growers Howard Crow, Donald Deam and Joe 000. She slipped a note asking for Antonia. Parts of virtually .-

,. of drainage structures from the F. E. C. all shipments having association are completing a large I Leiter. Seeds are Katherine Halley, large bills- to teller. I all the U. S. Army Eighth corps are

' ". Clewistou to LaBelle according to the been billed through Clewiston. A. L. packing house a few miles out of Canal | Marilyn Crow, Ruth Ward, J.. B. patrolling the border with orders to

.,:/ contract which was awarded few Harrell Lakeland
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:" Mae Walls, Dorothy Bethea, Louis A federal general was
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;;:'. Although contract for the surfacing ing the next ten days.. I : .-. I '

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this, Is the regular procedure and B. Gilbert who is connected with built at Canal Point by the Southern : ; .

that contracts for surfacing the road the Southern Sugar company at Ca- Sugar company under the directionof 0 ',--' : '. 0 I .' : ,

will be awarded before the grubbing nal Point and who Is secretarytreasurer T. B. Gilbert secretary and treas- '

and grading work is completed so of the Everglades Baseball urer of the Everglades league. f f:
that there will be no stopping of the league operates -small poultry farmas Marl has been hauled from the ca i'E: : ; \l ,, : '" ''' ': ,1, '.

...' work. a hobby. He has 20 turkeys eight nal spoil bank and is being spreadon > ,: ":/ '. '.

The road from Clewiston .to Belle geese and several chickens and although the infield and rolled and Ber- ; .

Glade and that to be constructed he is operating only on a muda grass will be sown this week \ '

from Clewiston to LaBelle are of small scale he believes that there is i in the outfield, giving Canal Point >:j (,:, : ,. HOT SUMMER DAYS \, .

marl base with crushed /slag and oil wonderful opportunity for poultry one of the best diamonds in the > "i ;

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