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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 31, 1929
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Flood Control Measure Passed



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:I FLOOD CONTROL I Home For Summer II II I I Belle Enjoy Glade Good Pupils, HealthThe I NE1 W! lAKE VIEW Will Select PrizeWinners Tomorrow !I U. S. INDUSTRIES



ii", IN EVERGLADES r J I health of the school childrenof HOSPITAL OPEN Following an inspection' tour to. ,

I Belle Glade is excellent according morrow by local Judges' prize winners Sugar Tariff Increase

to Dr.W. J. Buck, physicianof in the seconl annual Yard Granted
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1 NOW ASSURED that community who with Miss ON RIDGE HER Contest sponsored by the Clewis- .,
I Delegation Backs :
Howell his nurse conducted a health top Woman's club will be an .

examination; of all Belle Glade, "j I ... nounced next week. The first I Measure. : .
school kiddies last Friday. prizes will be $5 'cash, the second I' ;
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$5,000,000' Bond Issue [ .F. L. Tatom A n-
Alter the entire schol had besn j I $3 in shrubbery and the third will By an overwhelming majority of ;;

f To Work With Federal examined the records showed the j. flounces Completion of I be honorable mention. Two prizes I two to one the house of representatives .. .j.jI

Government; Bill To health of the average child to be I Mcdernly Equip ped will be awarded in each class, one this week passed; the tariff
'j excellent The Belle Glade schoolwas for 50 foot lots and 'one for 25 foot. measuie aimed to protect American .
Governor For Signa : closed for the summer va'c3. 1-1 0 S Ital onRId.e>,, lots. farms and factories from foreign '.'

f ture. { tion today after a successful school" 1 J i Near Francisco Street.After Judges are Mrs. Hart, C.V.. Parkinson competition. News of the action at

year. .-. J j and Claude Downs.. Washington met with whole hearted "

-- months of remodelling and approval in this section and the protective
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redecorating, decision's first hospital move was seen as a boon not
TALLAHASSEE, Mal, 2.9-L.O.. "
Gravely successfully led fight on the EXPANSION WORK j the Lake View hospital is now OTIS HARDIN DIES I only to the sugar industry but to the .:,.

floor of the house this afternion to completed, itas announced this I individual farmers. According to the .;;

Governor Carlton's Okee'chobee week by Dr. F.L.. Tatom, who has I protective(> tariff rnea'urhich passed =:}
pass ATLOCALMILLPUSHED ,
Flood Control bill as amended and Miss -Clarice Nowling, daughter of been practising medicine and surgeryin IN AUTO ACCIDENT I the house Tuesday by a vote of y:. .;

passed by the senate last Saturday, Dr. and Mrs. Nowling returned to Clowiston for the past year. 264 to 147 the tariff on Cuban 96 test '.
STEADILY The hospital which has a capacityfor 'j sugar will be Increased from 1.76 j
desired the
netting up adequate and machinery I Clewiston this week to spend WESTERN TRIP I
to fully cooperate with tle:! summer with her parents. She will twenty beds, while smaller than ,j c nts a pound to 2.40 cents and from JI

Please turn to page 5 I. resume her studies in the Florida the average city hospital will com- 2.20 cents a pound to 3.00 cent a ::'

I State College for Women in the fall. Preliminary Work Nears pare from an equipment standpoint Well Known Figure In I pound on all, other foreign OG test -<
1 with the more modern I .
hospitals
j 1i ALSTON BUYS LOT Completion In Ex-. tho larger cities of the south. Clewiston History Is sugar.The measure' ,' carrying substantial. .I._]

SIX CANDIDATES tension Plan All Simmons equipment is being Killed at Santa F increases in import duties!' on articles "1
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l : FOR NEW STORE Please turn to Page 5 embraced in every section of the sev- ., ,J t
In preparation for the installation en-year-old Forne ..1\IcCumber law, 1
ENTER RACE FOR Otis Hardin well known in Clew-,
I I of new machinery the first. order of I
! 1 and providing for a reorganization of : ;>
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I N CIVIC CENTER middle'or Iston as a civil engineer and aviation ,
which will arrive here in the CALOOSAHATCHEEDRAINAGE the commission :
tariff :
enthusiast was killed last Tuesdaynight and the granting :.-I
PAHOKEE OFFlCEIPoJitical" June for the increasing of the .'
of increased to the president :
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Clewiston mill of the Southern Sugar :
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D 1ST.r automobile in which he and his wife in the matter of changing rates,
Clewiston Druggist I s company from IGOto/ 4,000 tonsdaily .
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Mrs. Catherin Chapman Hardin were now goes the senate where the
Drawing Tenative Pot Simmers In grinding capacity, preliminarywork | riding overturned. His wife escaped finance committee plans to hold extensive '):11
at the mill site which has been r MATTER SETTLED :
Plans For Store Town; Election Set going forward' for the past 'few unhurt. He )had been active in'drain hearings .before reporting It*. .;.,g
age and reclamation work in Florida for conslderationi on the floor. :-
For June 18 months took definite shape this week
$250,000 In Dlstr Ict for 25 years and was awarded a con Passed by a margin; of 117 votes, .
Purchase of a lot on the Sugarland with the construction of concrete '
I.: I tract by the Clewiston company for the bill was given the final house
highway near Central avenue in the Pahokee's political pot began simmering forms and. pouring of concrete foun Bonds 'Will Be Cancelled
the construction of the first road stamp ,of approval four months and
I CIvIc..... center by Dave Alston local in earn .! t.this. week when dations. :> '
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-' ..- ,Soon Please turn to Page 5SUGAR three weeks from the day the subject
:: : :driig i8t-vv a f uuioiln fe4.(his \veoli.:iiidf 'four political.. candidates! threw their [n the mill proper or griadtjm', '' nit, ;
; tentative' : plans are being made' for hats in the ring-for the office of town great wooden_ forms have_ Teeir .' '. '.. ---. Please turn to Page 5 !'

. i\, the "tonstrcction and operation of a marshall while two political aspirants! structed and pouring of concrete, (Clewiston News Special)

I, I drug store in this section. The transaction announced their candidacy for the of- started for*the reinforced concrete. LADELLE. May 30.-According to JUNCTION ASKSTRANSFERur 1

1.. was made through Edison C, I lice of town clerk I I foundation for the new milling machinery I: an interview with a member of the

-Speer local real estate broker The; Please turn to Page 5PROMOTIONS In place of the nine roll r mill Caloosahatchee drainage district, the NEARLY FINiSHED
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property is the- second lot from the Please turn to Page 5 i affairs of this district, which was repealed OF CONSERVANCY .

: corner on the south side of the high- by the 1927 legislature will be '

way and pentral avenue, and is considered ARE brought to a settlement soon. Duringthe DISTRICT OFFICE1-1
Final) Touches Being Put
one of the choicest business NEW .1 past. week the three members,

\ locations in the community MADE IN 1 1 SCHOOL COMMISARYe George Hendry, Lou Jacobs and Rau- On New Station At 1

Tho Alston Drug company of which Please turn to Page 5
AT CANAL POINTOPEN Miami Locks Belle Glade Solons Want :;I II
Dave j j Alston is ownor-manager was
n ; the drug store, in Clewiston and Headquarters Moved 'J
,- throullh ffst. School Term Ends With Keen Interest Is Construction of the new freight and I .
constant improvements has THIS WEEK To Everglade '-1
.iston Acquisition of the Civic center I Coast Line at Miami Locks is near-I ._ "
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.. \ Glades Civic ClubKeen
Pupils ing completion and the station A request to officers of the South {
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piopety and the plans for the new Beautification Work Is.
/ known Florida Conservancy district that offices "
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store are in line with the druggist's
policyBur.1 Following an informal exercise Also Pushed In Sugar interest is being shown by will be finished within the next be moved to Belle Glade and

1 which several numbers were sung by Community Everglades residents in the plan for week. all administrative work handled from .'/

]pupils] of the school with piano music I an All-Everglades civic club, it was The station of frame constructionwith that community was expressed in a ;

\ Shows ValueCf furnished by Margie Harvel a pupil I reported thtis week by: Dr. J.W.. celotex interior is a credit to letter approved last week at the regular {,
Canal Point will boast of one of the Buck of Belle Glade who is .
Shipping: Mixed promotions were announced and sponsor that section of the country and whileit meeting of the Belle Glade town ;
finest store buildings in the Everglades y
ing the movement which he believes
school term in the Clewistin school is '
not as large as the Clewiston
Cars of Vegetables with the completion this week I "could be made Into of the most council. 0
was officially declared closed, by one
I building station it is modern in every respect. When the matter was brought up ,
of the on
commissary
Mrs. J, Beardsley last Friday. new powerful civic organizations in South From ':
the Sugarland highway, a
for discussion, the councilmen were
:1, Ilrgg diversification in the Southern Sugar company's prop Florida."
of happiest kiddies
} crops Amosy the of the few hundred feet from the railroada belief
unanimous in expressing the
tat last to Glade erty in the new townsite in that Residents of several around
a Friday Belle were the tots who received the thrill towns hard surface road has been built
illogical that the headquarters -
that it is
farmej;, A. Doughty, representa of their first promotion from primerto place.Finishing touches were being the lake have expressed their approval to replace the old muck road and a
live o New York house, put to the interior of the building, 6f the and it is believed that : of the South Florida Conservancy -
a produce the first grade. These were FB.. ) plan packing house is also under construc-
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laid' .tat the solution to one of the Walls, Munselle Stone, Helen Mal- shelves and counters installed definite steps toward the organization tion at that point. I

problems I 1 of the Everglades farmeris phurs. B, Jackson, Nealy Geiger, Eva everything 'made ready for the openIng of such a group will be started Sugar Junction was the name given II direct work in the Belle Glade

to cope sending solid cars of vegetablejto Morris, Rupert Creel of the new store late this week. within the next week. the railroad to the point where the area. .

a given point in the north Those who will resume work in the The building includes a 50x100 According to the plan for the All- Atlantic Coast Line and Florida East The officials of the conservancy .:

but tcshlp: mixed cars. second grade next year are Joe Letter : room with a large store room 40x50 Everglades club, the roster of members Coast railroads meet in the northern district were also asked in the letter "\;

! He explained that sending solid Louis Leiter, Roberta Spicer, in the rear of the building. The FlorIda would be made up of residents Everglades, although it was necessaryto that immediate steps be taken to ,

, cars iiy .cause an over supply and Zelda Smith, Lunie Webb, Billy Owen, East Coast railroad has completed from Clewiston to Canal Point with construct only one station for the clean out the cross canal and ditches ':

the clsequent I drop In price while Josephine Ward, Ralph Crow, Eugene the construction of a spur trackto meetings held in different towns each present since the actual connectionof so that the pumps of the district maybe :

the sbping?, of cars of mixed vegetables Waldron, Alice Deam, Florine Finch, the side door of the warehouse to week, so that the problems of the the two railroad companies are efficiently user during the ,com

I, !ould tend to l keep the market Geneva Taflor, Frank Wright, jr.. facilitate the handling of shipmentsand entire northern Everglades could be south of the station site It has not ing reany season. .

steadier and the prices for the farm- .Wilbur McGhee, J. D.Hooker. Dan- with the opening of the new better understood and more logically yet been announced ,;whether the Officers of the South Florida Con

llig t r. Please turn to Page 5 building this week the old commis.1 tackled for solution. Florida East Coast railroad plans to servancy district are Jeffries,. 'Jules .
sary will be used as an n' ,
towns
Problems the htdividtlal
VA. Please turn to Page 5 M. Burguieres and Scullin.
Operated the self-service plan,
, \, JAGSON AND MRS THOMAS HOLD the new commissary on will be one of I I could composed be of handled residents by of a that committee town

the best equipped stores in the Everglades
with the rest of the membership acting ROAD GANGS PUSHING TOP SURFACE

\ FIRST PLACE IN BRIDGE TOURNEY if necessary in an advisory ca; I

L .: ::;'. While finished! this, beautiflcation construction work work is be.ng is- er pacify Rotary The or organization Kiwanis. will be eith t tI ,' ON SUGAR HIGHWAY TO MIAMI LOCKS

Mr.. id Mrs. Charles A; Jackson awarded to the player with the best progressing in the sugar community, 'I Whether it will be possible to get -

:. ;., \. held" Hi i i score for the north and net plus above average score. attractive 1 rock wall having been I a charter for a club whose member Continuing with their work of putting before, and while some short stretches

'...;'. "south'I sitions and Dr. John Anderson C.A.. Jackson continued this weekto thrown up around the community ship embraces more than one town on the top surface of I crushed have been replowed to remove

;'," .:' ai Chesterfield SHayes high hold her lead for north and south park and several attractive palms and I has not yet been learned but it is slag, road construction gangs of the large rocks dug from the canal, the
position in tournament standing and shrubs having been planted in the believed that this well be possiblein
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.' Huffman Construction have trip to the east coast is easily pos.sible
fore and west positions in the Mrs.G.. B. Thomas ket first place in circle. A fountain is in operation in view of the comparatively small company
: t f<', elevengame of the series In the the east and west j the center of the park and rich Bermuda pushed forward to a point near Miami now in an hpur ,and a half.
...4.. position. > number of classifications in this section Locks: having completed the All detours have been eliminated
: : brldsefurnament held Wednesdaynight The tiurnament standing i is now as :I grass has been sown. ,
' i road construction work from South and a speed of from 10 to 60 milesan
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Bay to that point, while painters were hour is possible over the greater
: yesterday William NEW
: ': by Cecil North and SouthC. SQUARE DEAL STORE REVIVAL SUCCESS
":. OK 1 is I 'following closely bridge railings over portion of the road.
who conducting the tour- A. Jackson, 211; James E. Boree and Roberts owners of the The Baptist revival which closed
namem the. absence of Leonard S. .: Beardsley 188; Mrs. C. L. Downs, Square Deal Grocery have completed this week in Belle Glade was a success the several canals. Several hundred While construction gangs arc busily -
Ames ''o is spending a few weeks : I feet of the top surfacing are being completing this section of road,
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XV'. ; Mrs. R, 1.. Simpson, 138lr5.; the construction of a new store build- from every standpoint, it was
in the rth. I C. A. Jackson, 74; Mrs. William Cecil tag! at South Bay on the south side reported In that community this applied daily and the entire stretchof a Huffman dragline Is working on I I

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, y. be eligible 'for the prize East and West of frame'construction is'one of the a tent south of the Darden block Glade to Clewiston will be finished dry-Palm Beach county line to 'Clew

onts, \ must have played in at :Mrs. G. B, Thomas, 330; Albert I more attractive structures in the were well attended and seven people within the next few weeks. iston, and new muck shoulders' have

least ive 1 games and p the prizewhichla Backus, 38; Mrs. Albert Backus; 29!}.; town which has been' practically rebuilt joined the Baptist organization[ during Despite the work under: way the been thrown on this stretch for more

silver loving cupw'ill be and. William Giles, 11. since the September storm. the revival ,I road is in better condition. linn ever Please: turn to pig"; 5'
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0) Successor to The Clewiston Progress aspects without reading newspapers. They supplement all other reading. ;, I
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Entered .ab second.class matter February S, 1028. at the post office they give ,us 100 per cent' coverage That Is.not all Not only in ; :

at CJewfston Fla. under the Act of March 3, 1871)) coverage, but in reader nterest they stand .pre-eminent concluded 'President I : ,
: One Quart of Good Milk is Equal to Either

LOUIS A. MORGAN\ .....:...............m.-.... Publisher i. j Downs I'I'If .
-3-4 LBS. OF LEAN ROUND BEEF
any persons, business men especially, doubt the truth of what President :
TOM- SMITH ........................:....J.......-..................................... Editor -3 LBS. OF FRESH COD FISH '
Downs says with reference to newspaper advertising, as a means for : : :
Subscription Rates -6 LBS. OF SPINACH
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promoting profitable and successful business, let them try to get along with : ..

By mall outside of Florida: By mall in Florida out a proper amount' of'newspaper 'advertising, but such folly Is not advised ; --:S EGGS2 .:,.:-
$2.00 LBS. POTATOES y
One year 52.50 One Year If -
1-00 except for those who want the sheriff to do their advertising, of business '
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Three months 1.26 Three months .76 failure, for them.Railroads I /
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newspaper advertising, as do individuals and companies engaged in' other
1. Definite control of Lake Okeechobee with water transportation

2. Early completion of the highways for local transportation and lines of business-because it pays to do so. Prolonged experience proves I CLEWISTON DAIRY COMPANYAPPEARANCE' ,

concenttatlon of products that newspaper advertising Is such a valuable adjunct to business enterprises t

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4. The functioning a use newspaper advertising space, any more than he would -

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A GLANCE AT THE FUTURE 1 YOUR ;
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A well informed visitor from -the east"coast this week after. an inspection We're hearing plenty these days from visitors who, stop> at the Clewiston II ,.. ", :,i

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tour of the northern Everglades said that Clewiston with good roads Inn and all .of ,them are practically high in praise of Fred Puryear's; abilityas ,1 1

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from the east coast may look forward to a heavy volume of tourist business manager :.' "1 I ,.. : ,
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dining the next winter season. I 1 .. ""I
"There's only two real places to stay In the Everglades," one visitor 1 Iii i .
This statement made by a Mlamian was explained by the visitor who t ;,;".... : _
said."The. Clewiston Inn Is one and the hotel at Brighton is the ):1'I
other. '
" pointed out that a large percentage of the winter visitors on the east coast \; I
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Now that Lindy's married at least one thing is certain. He wont make

. trip through this section to see !..ake Okeechobee. !'.
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excellent place for tourists" -Butte Standard; l', ', ': I -- Laundry ,1 '

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if!.: surely that 'is. no reason why we should rest on, our laurels and refuse to. accept I I II '. .: :: .....: ,. 1":: :: ,.' ,.' ,.", '}J! ,< : _. r r l
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1''' L Clewiston is no longer the out-of-the-way. unit in the heart of thI Fort Lauderdale was announced recently 35.000 different articles iI| : .
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( >- Everglades but is the growing city in the center of a network of loads in the by President David Sholtz of '7., ,... /:
f the Honda State Chamber of Com- I I :1). '.".' -.': 1 1
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merce. The refinery is financed bya -66G :I

I'i.., :Iiami newspapers recognizing the wonderful possibilities of this section group of New England C< Pi.ta iS .) ''I ,:
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.- are makiing great strides 'in giving this section ,service-as shown. by the and will handle I South ..'AmerJC. S'j' COLDS/ GRIPPE, FLU, DENGUE, I : _
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ning to establish large stores in Jack- NOWLIN and HAYS"Attorneys I II
i Hotels in Clewiston are doing capacity business several nights in every I II
: sonville, Tampa and Miami, Florida. and Counselors at Law I

. t;:; week What then will be,the condition when hundreds of people drlve' through The Miami Herald states, that the HOPKINS 'BLOCK ,

( Clewis ton..p. company will soon open a large re- Clewiston, Florida
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not advertising, give to the public the Co MPAN CROW BROTHERS"The
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just cold, Oval Emblem. P;-tr.-"'r, Builders. of Cletviston"' .
President Downs declared, further, that "No man can engage success- /J .

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i Ii I HEW SALES HEADAPPOINTMENT DENTAL HYGIENEIn 1s 'evident that' the nutrition of the cause the woman happens to be pregnant -

prospective mother is of great Im The physician, dentist and patient -

portance in relation to the develop- all believed that a pregnana
the city Kandy in India there Is
MADE ment of the teeth of the fetus. woman had to lose a tooth or two.
I a beautiful old temple that is a dreamof
architecture; its cost would pay The fetus receives its nourishmentfrom The eradication of the idea that de-
the blood of the mother. Dietary cay of the teeth during pregnancy is
the war debt of a small nation. The
i I e :Assistant Sales Manager temple was built in honor of Budda deficiencies are made up to the In- to be expected, must be done through

fant by inroads on the, mother's tis- education. The hope' of the doctor
Is Promoted to VicePresidency and what do you think is the secret
I' sues. Long continued or excessive de- and dentist Is that the mother will
tooth the last
relic it contains? A ,
:1 tooth of tne great Buddha himself. ficiencies, however, react on .the in- present herself for regular periodic .
: fant, and the organs that suffer most inspections of the teeth. When this -
altar silver cas-
Under the high Is a ;
I : DETROIT, May 31.-A new figure ket, and inside the gold casket a jade are probably the developing teeth and time comes the expectant mother will FRIED CHICKEN -

I; rose to prominence on, the automobile casket; Inside the jade casket an bonce.It. Is known that the amountof enter on pregnancy with her teeth in '-, --

; horizon a few weeks ago with the amythest casket; inside the amethysta calcium or lime which is deposted the best possible condition and a

appointment of H. J. Klinger as iVc ruby; inside the ruby an emerald I in the unborn chiuld during the last large part of the prqblem will 1 be

'President and eGneral aSles nMnagci carved out; and in the emerald, the three months of parental care is as solved. It is the exception now, that Prepared in the way that made the .

of the Chevrolet Motor Company. Mr. tooth.A. tooth in Kandy; for 5000 I great as in the preceding six months. any woman cannot have cavities filled ;
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force of more than 35,000 people and Just think 5,000 years. Of course the child at birth is not far from one : --

!: becomes the leader of an organization you are not expected to believe that ounce. Not only must the expectant) : t .

geared up to sell more than 1- we actually have one of Buddha s mother supply her own reserve, but Entry of the Mallory Steamship .
000,000 automobiles annually.In she must also supply the infant's
teeth but you are expected to see and I company to Miami under the house
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t his new position, MrKlingler, believe in the Importance of the needs. An abundance of calcium in flag of the Clyde-Mallory lines marks j I -
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at 40 takes th work formerly : the diet Is more necessary in the case -n '
over I teeth even in that day and age.Per- the linking of the Florida city and

directed by R. H.Grant. now a Vice haps they did not care for their of the growing child than in the Galveston, Texas, for the first time .. .. .. ..
adult. A child ,from three to 13 years ,
President of General Motors teeth as some do now but it shows by fast combination and ,

!: ', Mr. Klingler was born July 5, 18S9, that what Is worshipped' by the peo- needs as much calcium a, day as, two freight steamers, sailing passenger on regular ,.' FIVE CENTS : .

I at St. Clair, Mich., where lie lived ple of that ,time, is something thatIs grown men.Considerable. schedules. The tSemships Algonquinand ;: :

until finishing at the St. Clair high near ana dear to them. time has been spent Mohawk will be used in this ser- -
school in 1908. That fall he enteredthe It is with this thought in mind that by competent observers in the inves-
j vice between New ork and Galvestonand .
University of Michigan becoming this article is written. tigation of the average diet of the :" There are a few more rooms for per
will meet in Miami Tuesday -
every
t r .a member of the Lit-Law class of I I American people and it has been I manent guests now available.
morning, sailing the same after- "
1912. found to consist in a great measure,
I T.importance of preventive dentistry I noon for their respective destinations -
r He left the university before taking is now beginning. be appreciated of white breads, meats, potatoes and' .

t his degree to become associated with althought it was recognizedlong sugars; the calcium content of which I "

1 the Chalmers Motor .Company, where ago that ,diseases of the teeth Is very low. Such a diet, high in carbohydrates -)
The only fisheries in the
low in sponge The' Watanabe
ho remained for a short time. are due to preventable causes.As. fat protein and Hotel
United States located
mineral are at Key
matter is bound to make the
| At the outbreak of the war lIe volunteered long ago as 1803 John 'Fox wrote that future teeth doubly sensitive to decay West, Cedar ,Keys and Tarpon
the preservation of the teeth during
and was sent to the offi
Springs, Florida. The first auction of
cers' training at Fort Sheridan, life Is very much affected by the MRS.
camp CLAUDE DOWNS
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j The dietary requisites for proper the year was held recently at the aTr- Manager.
j 111., where he was commissioned a I care bestowed on them during the
dental growth and protection are pon Springs Sponge Exchange, and i
: First Lieutenant of Infantry. He was earliest periods. Antropologists tell
6 simple. The elements of chief importance it was reported that prices were ex-
transferred,, later to the Fourth AntiAircraft us that teeth of primitive people were
are the. vitamines, calcium, ceptionally high. The spring catch of
Machine Gun Battalion with generally sounty but no entirely free
phosphorus and protein of the right the Greek fishing colony at Tarpon
which he saw a year's service overseas 'from deca)". The early Egyptians,
who were great cereal eaters, suffered kind. Hence a die t of milk, ''eggs, Springs brought over a quarter of a

t rough foods, wholewheat bread. whole million dollars..
After he was mustered out of ser- much from decay of the teeth.
cereals, vegetables, salads and
green
vice early in 1919, opportunity beck- The teeth of modern civilized peoples
fresh fruits is indicated. May is the month when bachelor,
oned in Dayton and he went to the especially n many parts of Europeand
The time is past when will should be for -
decay I quarters[ inaugurated
Ohio city and joined the sales organization America, are of poor quality and
I of the Delco iLght Company. tend to decay early That there must be allowed to progress merely be-1 the young roosters.

I, : In his five years with thtis company be a cause for this is well known

he gained a broad knowledge of sales and many investigators are at workon -- I "IN AMERICA'S NEW SUGAR BOWL" 1

and advertising in varied capacitiesand the problem. Why should our

in many sections of the country. teeth be inferior to those of our an-

This was his first contact with R. H. cestors? There is increasing proof ,

Grant with whom he was later to be that the secret lies in many instancesIn Announcing the of .
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come more closely associated.Mr. the developmental history of the "',,:':: .' --. THE CLEWISTON INN
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Grant came to Chevrolet early teeth of the individual.In :. .. .
In 1924 and recognizing Mr. Kling human being the teeth' begin & '. DENTAL OFFICES. ::-( f ..... On Lake Okeechobee --

ler's success in Delco-Light, urged formation as early as the eighth foe- -' f.2. : .
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rolet sales chief then resigned his these important facts in a consideration > ;: .' In The Hopkins Block Of 5'

post ae branch manager for Delco- of dnetal conditions and dis- '' r

I Light at Sioux Falls, S.D.. ., and wentto eases. The teeth are laid down and :; ...'. .Clewiston ;V.J;. ,<. >. .', \r"1,. . Florida
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A year later he was .called to the pyorrhea can be at work.Hence. ":-.' ::.' fc .. '.i--: >" Qe-EN' ALL1 YEAR

I: central office of the company in Detroit any agencies that adversely influence ,;,, '" ......:., '. ,. Clewiston Florida.SPECIAL ., '>.":."" .,.....
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general sales manager. fect on the dental history. In other

Public acceptance of the Chevroletcar words the future of a given set of (

had been increasing by leaps and teeth depends in a large part on the'I I--
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bounds and it became necessary for kind of growing material affordedthe -

:Mr. Grant as director of the far-flung fetus. It is known that in cases

selling organization to extend and expand in which such diseases as syphilis, I 1'1

his sales force to cope with the measles and scarlet fever develop I ACREAGE \

growing demand for the product.In during pregnancy the child is likelyto : i :' ':. .,n), .' ',. :, :, '. ,'J";:; ;; ;:':'" ,.:"-., ,, ," :: 7: ,,' '.'

the working out of his plan of perfecting have defective teeth.A .
i SPECIAL $25 CASH .. .,
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the organization that was great deal has been written: on per r : <

soon: to sell more than 1,000,000 cars the subject of parental care, or care

annually! MrGrant found it advisable of the expectant mother. To many 10 acres on Moore Haven Road .

.to share more of the responsibility expectant mothers the reporting to I .Land in this district sells for $1 75 to $200.. ANOTHER PROSPEROUS SUMMER

with Mr.' Klingler. As a result a physician throughout pregnancy,
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,I in May 1927!) Mr. Grant became that he may supervise the conductof per ,acre.

,; vice president in charge of" sales and the waiting period, appears un-
Mr. Klingler became general sales ncessary.The benefits of doing this, SPECIAL; $75 per acre CASHI

.' manager.For however, becoming
are more appar-
I will be away until July 1 but all inquiries will |?e promptly
the last two years, Mr.. Kling ent as time goes on.One. noted ob- ,'-; ..r,' _' .
ler lias been closely associated with stetrician said, "1 would sooner take handled by Mail. .

Mr. Grant in the designing and carrying chances on a case of delivery whereI : i Is assured for this section through the actiy"ity
out of plans that brought to had supervised the period of pregnancy '

Chevrolet such a spectacular measure ,' without 'a physician' than to ,., \ Edison C. ; : of the Southern Sugar Company. -
of success. He has seen Chevrolet not have supervised that same period Speer .

sales double in volume since he join and deliver with a competent physician .

ed the organization and has seen the ." Such parental care was deem- ClcTvision's; Pioneer Realtor

personnel of the organization doublein ed necessary first from the stand-
CLEWISTON FLORIDA
size. point of toxemia, of pregnancy, diffi-
Mr. Klingler, an outstanding successful cult labor and other complicationsof Homes, stores and apartments are needed to .

man, has no patent formulasfor The initial :
r delivery. step along ###" " #" ,#" ,#" " " ,,#,,#,,,##" #" ,,,##, house industrial workers making Clewiston
success and knows of no shortcuts tills line of development was the only ,.

I : to independence. He dispatches consideration of the teeth of the mo-
1 the question with the admonition that ther, recognizing that dental diseasesare today the, greatest field for: opportunity in

.: work-and plenty of it, is the best a common complication or ac- .
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l ,. guaranty. companiment of pregnancy. Today it I :. YOUR APPEARANCE COUNTS J ." .1. ..'


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and property of the residents, but duty of 1.76 cents a pound on Cuban J IN AUTA ACCIDENTON MADE IN SCHOOL

-- / gose still further and provides navigation raw sugar was regarded as the most WESTERN TRIP

Mrs. Jesse Allhnnds and Mrs. G. Richard Wallace and Ed Fort, ol: improvements to aid commerce 1' far-reaching change in the rates! made (Continued from page 1) I Ifly

I Lawton Sims were hostesses at theseason's West Palm Beach spent Monday in I in the district. It was stated that by the bill Considerable: opposition (Continued from page 1))

e final meeting of the Clew Clewistou visiting friends.C from the navigation standpoint alone, to the new duty was voiced in debate -
t Beardsley and Violet Bethea.
I would within few from Belle Glade to :Miami Locks. Ho
Iston Social club held Tuesday after the project a years but no opportunity was given Promotions to third grade were

noon at the Watanabe hotel. Clinton Page, Frank, Edwardsand save $3,000,000 annually on transportation r to amend, it under the rule. A statement was also active in aviation having Owen Winn, Ruth Ward, Louts TorI I

Unusual place cards were used at Mr.Bates. of Miami were in I rates. issued by Stephen H.Love. brought out first reports from Moore gan, Bobby Beardsley, Mary Whit-

the delicious luncheon served Baby Clewiston Monday and Tuesday on Representative A. O. Kanner of I I president of the United States Beet Haven in the 1296 storm. comb, Martha Nell Alston, Mary Bell
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photographs were used on the cards business. Stuart. Martin coun'ty, lead the fight I I Sugar Association, soon after the bill Surviving him are ris widow, two Warren, Bernice Guthrie, Edna Jennings -
offered two children Otis A. Hardin and :Marion
against the measure. He :
of members and guests places were I passed, declared its adoption was J. Brantley, Willie B. Hooker -

designated by using their maiden Gordon Baker and M. E. Yenowine amendments and, with Representative : dustry of 20 states and our. Insular Hardin, children of his first wife Mrs. Ardene Jeffries, Kathryn Halley,

Canal Point last Sundayto Claude Ogilvie of Fort Myers, :. Gcnevieve Hardin. He also leaves his
motored to
names. "heartening to the domestic sugar Hubert Morris, Grace Brooks, Marilyn -
Mrs. G. B. Thomas held high score attend the Clewiston-Canal Point offered another. The representativefrom I possessions" In-I parents :Mr. and Mrs. William Hardinof Crow and Bernice O'Xeal.
objections Macon. The marriage to his
Martin county interposed secon
In bridge during the afternoon and ball game.V. Other duty advances are on Those who will start nejt year's
today to the Youngs measureall wife took place about a year and a
Mrs.n.. Y. Patterson getting the consolation important commodities as wool, live term in fourth grade are Virgie Lee

prize. Other prize winners C.Robb. oFrt Myers merchant during the consideration of 1t.1: cattle and meats, dairy products, half ago. Creel, Conrad Clark, Harold Crow,
.. His first amendment was lo have Mr. and Mrs.Hardin. left Miami
Mrs.E. L. Stewart, Mrs.Jesse spent a day in Clewistou on business.
James Johnson
were grains, textiles, glass, paper, furniture Pat McGhee, Jimmy:
Tippey and :Mrs. Dave Alston. Mr, and Mrs. W. S. Harvel accompanied I board of commissioners elected Instead 1 1I and clothing of all kinds last Tuesday on the Mallory line for I Beard- leY; Helen Ward, Eugene Morris -

Mesdames their Margie left of being named is five state Galveston and was proceeding to-
those present were by daughter i Louis
Among In addition to the raise from 31 to Walls, Dorothy Bethea
Claude Downs, R. Patterson, Sunday afternoon for Palm Beach I officials and'five appointees: of the I ward Mexico by 'automobile when the Donald Deam; Bobby Patterson and
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,0. 34 cents a pound in the rate on raw'wool i
G. B.; Thomas, Jesse G. Allhands, where they spent the day proceedingto governor. This amendment was voted j accident happened. Details of the accident Trevelyn Moltz.

11.Y. and down by 59 against to 12 for it. 'i compensatory increases are] are not known..
: ,. Dave Alston J- Beardsley. Fort Pierce Monday mornng provided on manufactures of wool. ] Pupils promoted to ,fifth grade were

,- DigA. Backus, J. O. French, :Franc returning to Clewiston Monday: after The next amendment offered jointly I Edna Clark William Johnson, Joseph

Howard, 1C. "Bill" Hooker, C.A.. noon. I by Mr.Kauner. and MrOglivie.. I!j iSmilaily, compensatory rates 'are | NEW LAKE ViEfVHOSPITAL Winn, Ruby Whitcomb, I"eraVeb1)

I Jackson, Earl Merchant, Dick C. Miller I would provide that no bond ISH'.leI placed on sugar by-products. I OPEN and Thelma Guthrie.

William Cecil Owen, G.Lawton. Bunk Douglas Clewiston farmer i could be made until, after the con j The measure recreates the tariff ON RIDGE HERE- To sixth grade were George Surles,

Sims, J. F. Tippey, Walter Whitten, has leased a small tract of land in!I missioners had entered into contracts I commission by giving the president Hulet Walls, Charles Jackson, Fred

W.S.. Harvel, E. L. Stewart, Frank section! No. 23 near the Clewlston I I with the federal .sovyrnment 'for co ,,authority to terminate J the terms of i (Continued-from- Page 1)) Whitcomb, :Mildred Brantley and

Mrs.Hart and Plantar operation. The, introducers of the the present six commissioners at his .
Wright, K. C. Alston, townsite from the Okeelanta I J Louise Bussey.

'lr8.Ketti. The deal made amendment ,spoke at length in favorof i will by sending the names of their i
:\ tion company. was I used and the laboratory equipment Seventh grade pupils next year

through E.M.. :McCully manager for it, both ,asserting that without' successors to the senate for confir-| includes all the latest equipment, II will be E.B., Bethea, Emma Laura

the plantation company. such a provision the $5,000,000 bond rnation.He. could retain any present Bethea, Sara Jo Bussey, George Bes-
making it
II.F... Willis of possible, Dr.Tatom. said
A. W. Nutty and could without desired.,
issue allowed be wasted member however, if he so "
.tor
Margaret Weaver
I to conduct all type of blood tests.In Roy Green.
the A. W. Mutty Inc., Hudson business dealersof I. FLOOD CONTROLIN benefiting the, ;district. The new commission would be an adjoining building a negro Lois Webb, Gladys Bailey, J.P.. .
:\ West Palm Beach were
i" '. EVERGLADESNOW Representative Robineau answered composed of seven members insteadof ward is being completed, and finish- Craws, Halson A\ant, and James

visitors in Clewlston Wednesday. ASSURED those, speaking in favor'of the amend-i, six and the president would be au- ing touches are now being put on Garner, while to either grade were

ment. He ''declared that Dade county j thorized ,to ignore party affiliationsin the' I promoted :May Lilly Stone, Betty
Selden L Stewart, county commissioner operating room which is in the
(Continued from Page 1)) would pay about 50 per cent of the I ,selecting his appointees. The present northwest section of the Spicer, :Margie Harvel, and Richard
of Hendry county spent Tuesday : building.
cost to the district for the work and law provides that not more than A modernly equipped kitchen is in- Bestor; to ninth were eVsta Allen,
in Clewiston on business. '
federal government for federal aid In that at first, when he learned of the three commissioners may be on the cluded in the building and a latest and Roberta. George; to tenth, :Marcia -

establishment of flood control and fact, he was inclined to oppose the political Avant, Frances Elmer
Mr. mIdIrs.: D.B.. Ferguson of same party t'pe Xray plant has been ordered TJppey,
I learnedthe
Belle Glade motored' to Clewiston naYlgation01'1\. measure."However. when I Salaries of the commissionerswould and will be received here within the Montgomery: Louise Waldron, Cora

The bill project was, to prevent a recur- Scott and Dorothy Deam to eleventh
Clew- was fought viciously on be raised from $7,500 to $12- nevt few days. ;
stopping at the
Sunday evening
Inn the floor, by Representatives Peeples rence of the disaster of last year I 000 and their terms would be for I Mrs. Wlllfngham of Moore HaVen, trade, Jewel Lowe.
iston
.' became in favor of it," he declared
It". of Glades'count)', Kanner of Martin seven years' instead of 12 as at pres- a graduate nurse has been appointed
4 county, Ogilvie of Lee and Blount ofDrowal'd He mentioned the hurricane of 1926
-; L. A. Morgan, jr.. Herbert Blate ent. head nurse in charge of the male and CALOOSAHATCHEEDRAINAGE
Miami full
which struck with force.
I without their offering a Representative Yon one of four female wards Dr. Tatom announcedand
; and S. S. Beaiman motored to Palm "I recognize! the help given Miami DISTRICT
Beach constructive substitute. Florida Democrats who voted for the Miss Venlta Musgrave, a gradate -
Sunday afternoon
MATTER
I IS SETTLED
the
I know
: \ after the hurricane and
i" \ All credit is due to Howard Sharp, I bill, said he did so to keep faith with nurse who had considerable'experience -
I residents of Miami and Dade countyare
!;';, Herbert ancy spent ,the week end Gravely and Youngs of Dade countyfor majority members of the ways and in Evansville, Ind., before (Continued from Page 1)
willing to help in this matter to
C.' ?r."' J , another disaster the
prevent
r. this bill which is approved by a large
:of the office and assist in the laboratory -
he had made."I :
everrequest
control district. While the impositionon dall, of Fort Myers, made a trip to
of landowners taxpa1rs. !
: majority and
x E.W.. McCully local real estate voted for the bill not because : work."Clewiston's.
,
I Dade county is heavy we are will- Jacksonville to confer with their attorneys

f : broker spent :Monday: In Belle GladeJ II: ing to bear our share. I believe the I believed in special privileges, such !I' first hospital," Dr. Ta- and attorneys for the con-
Members of the house theYoung's
( passed tom said, "while smaller than the
J\ "-0 on business._ representatives voting for the meas- as have been granted in tariff bills average tractor and bonding company and an
Okeechobee flod control bill, I city hospital is sufficiently
; ure would not dare go home unless of the past, but because I recognized 11 agreement was, reached satisfactorily
with amendments the
attached by r large to care for the needs
iK. : Art Lawrence motored to Palm present
senate the money was t obe spent in conjunction the local situation in my own state 1'I' whereby the remaining bonds of:
acclamation. The action
by
||\.(. Beach Sunday I with federal aid. and since a majority of members of of Clewiston, and from an equipment which when the district is closed will
residents of
of district
assures the
standpoint our hospital favorably -
;,': .- I "Opposition to the measure is the committee acceded to every re-' compares be about $250,000 will be given to the

;.>, : \. Frank O. Richmann of the Clewiston state co-operation with the federal caused by political inheritance. Pro quest I made. I promised I would vote :i with the best in the state." board at Toledo Ohio soon where the
,
Fiuniture company left Tuesday I government in preventing a recur- tagonists of the vicous $20,000,000 for it. I r Dr. Tatom who was formerly physician board will cancel them. The board
of the which caused
rence satastrophe
for Jacksonville] where he to at- ,and surgeon in the state prison
< was will depart soon for Toledo and ,a
( /bond issue, which they tried to ram "This I did notwithstanding administrative -
, the death of than 2,000
more
1 persons farm hospital at Raiford also enjoys
tend state meeting of Victor vic-
a full their
account of proceedings
last and destroyed valued down our throats, are the antagonistsof ; features of the bill to I
I trola dealers. He returned to Clew- year property the flood contl l'Illeasure..''-*'* Tviilclf;] I 'objected. -\. :I[an enviable reputation as a physician when they return from this meeting,
at several million dollars. It now I and surgeon in the Lake Worth section -
iston, Thursday evenings > -- ; At this assertion RepresentativeKanner i is will be carried in"The Clewiston
"The local situation In Florida
'I : goes to Go\. Doyle E.Carlton. for I j i where he was located before <
: ', arose to a point of personal different to other southern states. I News_
signature. !
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coming to Clewiston.I
wl:
I E. :McCully local real estatebroker I
,The measure on several occasionshas privilege.He denied his opposition There are many products that tariff :I

I spent'edriesday in Belle been called the most humanitarian to the measure was a "political inheritance" will help if it will ]help anything. ,ROAD GANGS PUSHING EXPANSION WORK
Glade and Pahokee business
I. on bill ever introduced in the Flor- and added that he worked "My first interest was my consti- I.:I i I WORK ON HIGHWAY AT LOCAL MILL '

;: J Mrs. Charles A., Jackson held high ida Legislature. Representative E. for the $20,000,000 bond issue in car- tuency and I voted for it notwith- I TO MIAMI LOCKS PUSHED STEADILY '

Bruce Youngs of Opa-Locka introducer eying out the wishes of the residentsof south- (Continued from page 1))
( that of
r:. score with Mrs. W. C.Hanson. sec- Ing censure some my (Continued from page 1))

I and ana :Mrs William Cecil Owen of the bill, was heartily congratulated Martin county ern friends are heaying upon my
I I in reply to this, Representative used last beginning of the 1929-
:' thirdYednesdaf afteinon when :i\Irs'l by both members the house hea 1." than half the distance. According to year
.I, I Robineau declared, "your policy is a 30 season in December will see an
and senate the successful out-
Claude Downs entertained over Representative Ruth Bryan Owen, contracts awarded a few weeks ago !
: membes'l I mistaken one. The flood control 18 roll mill in the Clewiston factory
of his efforts to the
,: of the Afternoon Bridle club come protect residents another Florida Democrat who voted I by the state highway department, I
of the district those measure is a humantarian one. Congress taking up all available space on the
( regular, meeting in the Watanabe ho- especially for the measure, said the whole Florida Xvork on this last stretch from the
:I .p' residents who live near Lake Okee- is awaiting the passing of state I mill floor, and shortening the ba
tel. delegation had done so becausethe Hendry county line, through Clewis-
chobee. The Dade county representative bills In order to aid us. Further gasse carrier.In .
Following the game a delightful re- committee incorporated in the ton ,to LaBelle merely calls for the
has devoted most of his time amendments'would be ,the death of '
freshment course was served. bill virtually all of the specified items grubbing grading and construction of
and energy since the disaster last the measure. I want to inform you The Circuit Court, Twelfth Judicial -
,I Among those present were Mesdames ,- I I growers of Florida had sought. drainage structures but road officialsare
year in working out plans for flood that human lives are at stake. It is Circuit, Hendry County, Flor-
Dick C- Miller William Cecil .
,
control work and the not a mistake to trust the board of confident that the contracts for ida.-In Chancery '
necessary pro-
R.L. J.E.. Beards?
Owen Simpson
.
visions to be incorporated in a legislative commissioners to spend the moneyin the top surfacing will be awarded be-
ley William C. Hanson G.B.. Thomas -
,
.. measure which would authorize an emergency." He then Informedthe I SIX CANDIDATES fore the present grading and grub- ALVA L. HARRELL, Complainant
C. A. Jackson and Claude Downs.
the carrying out of the plans. He house that Dade county would ENTER RACE FORPAHOKEE \ bing work is completed. Vs ,;

Mr. and Mrs. William Cecil Owen I. urged its final passage in an appeal pay about $63,000 annually on the I OFFICE RUTH IIARTWRIGHT HARRELL

based on its humanitarian and econ project while :Martin county and Lee I \ SUGAR JUNCTION Defendant.
accompanied by their two sons Billy
'omic aspects. county would only pay about $4,00 NEARLY FINISHED DIVORCETo
and Dick drove to Canal Point afternoon -
(Continued from Page 1))
0 Representative S. Pierre Robineau each. (Continued from cage 1) the defendant, Ruth HartwrightHarrell.
"
.
of Miami, Representative Louis 0. Representative Blount of Broward -- i You are hereby commanded

Gravely of LaBelle and Representative county then spoke in favor of the erect a building. to appear before this Court on' the "
:Mr. and Mrs.Dan. Kelley of Fort Although these six candidates were
,I Peter Tomasello, jr., Okeechobee amendment, as did Representative The track work has now been com-, 1st. day of July, 1929, and then and .:,
... Lauderdale spent Monday in Clewl the only ones announced this week:, .'
ton on business. "1 aided materially In the passage of Peeples of Glades county They were it is believed in the small communityon pleted on both lines and the F. E.C.. there answer a Bill of Complaint "

1 the measure. Representative Robi followed by Representative Tomasello the eastern shore of Lake Okee- is now strengthening its road bed filed against yon by Alva L. Harrell. :'

neau spoke convincingly this after- who spoke on the navigation possibilities with sand and rock on the stretch be- It is further ordered that this no- !
candidatesfor
Sam Woodharn l was among those chobee that several more
noon avainst amendments. offered to of the project after outlining tween Miami Locks and Belle Glade. lice be published in the Clewiston \
who attended the Clewlston Canal the two vacant places in the city' .
the measure by antagonists who the safeguards the measure would Extension of their lines to circle 'News once a week for four consecutive d
Point ball game at Canal Point last government will be brought out be-
I. '' Sunday sought the defeat of the measure create for the residents fore the expiration of the qualification the southern shore of Lake Ol echo- weeks. ".j

1 0 when it was first considered by the period on June S. bee was decided by: the railroad upon Done and ordered this 30th' day of 'I

GLATEX THEATRE PROGRAM I house, and later, today, when it was HOUSE APPROVES In the race for town marshall the realization of the expansion program May, 1929. ,;
carried this entire (Seal) WILLIAM T. HULL :
being 011'through
called up for approval of the senate PROTECTION FORU field now includes T. S.Sponer, L.
FRIDAY, :May 31, Buzz Barton in amendments. section by the Southern Sugar com- Clerk Circuit Court .
S INDUSTRIES Tucker, Louis Davus and Pete Harris. ':I
,
THB FRECKLED RASCAL. The kid After creating a flood control dis- Ticker and Spooner are the present I pany. 5-t '....

,
buckaroo) in a mile-aminute thrillerof trict which embraces 11 counties and successful
(Continued from page 1) encumbents; Davis is a
frontier' wary.Barney' Google comedy takes in the East Coast cities from ,,' farmer who has lived' in the farming

Stuart south to the end of the mainland t
community for tre past several years
was tackled in public hearings and : T'U.B-:

SATURDAY, June 1st, Tim McCoy and Foil Myers and Boca after more than 100 amendments' proposed and ,Harris is at present employed in
Grande on the West (Coast, the measure
in THE BUSHRANGER, with Dae] by the ways and means com- the Pahokee Drug company. JbWJTR&yLoMaffll .
:!
Austin (Miss New Zealand) in a story provides for a $5,000,000 bond mittee had been given further approval The field seems well divided according "
Issue to be used in with
co-operation
to residents but there seems
,
; of Australian modern;: Robin Hood. en bloc. qr@1PId rec@rJJ
the federal. government. A tax levy 'to be a decided tenleucy, toward Tucker : / ..
It's 100 percent thrills, adventureand Before the final vote a motion by '
of one mill on the dollar on all prop in _.__ ..
view of his past experience as =
Our \
romance. Gang comedy; Congressman Garner of Texas the .,
erty in the district is provided to refund police chief and deputy sheriff in :I><
"Yale vs aHrvard. < minority leader, to return the bIll to 4 d r
the bonds other communities.
the ways and means committee was a4'it
TUESDAY, June 5th, Lillian Gish The measure ,' creates a board of The position of town clerk made "
rejected by 254 to 157 votes!
in THE WIND, supported by; Lars commissioners of 10 members, to be vacant by the resignation a week ago lfh

Hanson, Swedish star. A woman at I composed of the governor, attorney Twenty Democrats joined, 244 Republicans of J. H. Cason who has served the _' "" i V y ticro's you want o know whether
in voting for the bill while a-xias W/ "**' any difference in
,
baY-fighting in a primitive wilder- general. comptroller( commissioner of ( :' > ,
t
has
city for the ,
12 Republicans and one FarmerLabor past seven years i&W.$/ d\1 / / t 1 res-J'USt'. ; rcmcmbcr what ,
ness ,with the savagery of a tiger to agriculture state treasurer and five attracted only two candidates to date q;S '' / tires are used when worhfrecM i
.,
save her soul-this is the charactershe residents our' the district to be appointed combined with 134 Democrats in though more are expected to follow.S. 7 ords arc made-FIRESTONE; '

portrays in this mightl drama, bf/the governor. Under the opposing it. W. Powell and R. J.Crews. are .1s ,-@)-**-- every time: ,

perhaps'the most remarkable in her provisions of the measure the boardof Most of the Democratic support the two aspirants for the position, < tkf/J. f .z.. Give your car the best.Drive .

" entire career. Terrifying windstorm, commissioners is authorized to came from Florida, Louisiana and Powell, an ,insurance man having ttf /S ....\.... around' and let us equip* .

! I; r scene. construot' levees, dams, canals and Texas, products of which are given lived in Pahokee for the past six 7/:'_; j < you with' Firestone Gum"oS3 '

... ; make otjier works higher protection In dozens of instances Ii : f r; ; ;"wfeft* Dipped Tires-one tire or'a. 1
necessary to carryout years and Crews who Is a farmer- 1 f H
whole CCLEWISTON /
I FRIDAY >> .
Tom Mix in The, Drifter- theI I ll \ a
i'; )ntention of the sponsorer and especially Louisiana cane carpenter having spent some seven J" :''' "' i 1.1 .

SATURDAY, Hey, Rube!' (Carnival to further enter into agreements and sugar. Five Minnesota Republicans, years in the town. P:':9! "l'.,J"' .,:..I./',".1 .,,!,;

r racket). contracts with the federal government regarded as a progressive group, The latest date for candidates to 1\.,('t, I'I".f\ ".
", .'
!L ,
I (;for that purpose and to grantto joined a scattering of other majority qualify is on June 8, a week from 'tomorrow 'iU"f..'::!: -S2'J.. 5- '

'I Next special is DREAM OF LOVE the government all rights to flood members in opposition. and the election will bo heldon

k', r with Joan Crawford, and 'Nils Asther control l works. The measure not only 'The Increase of 64 hundredths of June 18. MOTOR CO.
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I I the pile of poor stuff as they can i iI to one of your demagogic spasms under everything else but facts. When did

{ I from a quantity of fine fruit to start I II the title of "An Open Letter' ad- you get to be "fair?" A great mam'ot

I 4'aBe11eNcrsBANQUET I with. oSme one may ask how does dressed to Mr.A.. L. Taylor and Mr. use people in eHndry county can't
I
that concern any one but the grower A. O. Ward and published In the Hen- see where you are consistent.You.

of the bum stuff? It should be remembered -I dry County News of May 9, 1929, in introduce and pass in the house a

that the buyers of tomatoes which you in a direct manner and by bill raising the salary of youl friend
-- I II r E. E. Goodno, with his two boys. The boys will stayIn
I s and general manager. usually know a lot more about Inferences and innuendo state what and supporter and then turn ariuncL

PLANNEDThe I I has given word for extensive repairs: Orlando while Mrs.Reeves[ who tomatoes than do the men that grow purports to be facts of which there and pass bills for the purpose of ruin- _,_

Junior class" of the LaBelle to the Everett, which wehn finished[ has been spending the last two, weeks them. And too, he has an eagle eye Is not one scintilla of truth. in? those you don't like. And to render -

high school will give their annual I will give the guests the best of com In Orlando will accompany his home for a bad crate of fruit if there is one Why did you wait until my husband yourself still more contemptible

banquet to the seniors at the Everett torts to bo expected In small towns: in the car.' lIe spots the poorestcrate hal l left the state before you publish you have the effrontery to use the
the improvements Mr. J. II.Fears. of the Lee County
hotel Friday evening: with 38 members of this size. Among In a carload, opens It and prices ed your untruthful statements and I word "fair", Your actions prove that
is roof which it is reported bank of Fort Myers was a visitor in I '
of both classes expected to be a new the carload by the porest box of fruit thus force his wife to defend him I you are everything but fair. Since
the hotel has been badly in LaBelle: :Monday.Mrs. '
present.As the school has no domestic that could be found in it. That is, against your malicious attack? you took refuge in Hendry county

science teacher this :year the need of for the past few years the grower' of the sorriest fruit has You well know that the above addressed does your life and actions show that
: Joe Clark:. of .Alva is visiting
Methodist ladies have agreed to pre I caused his neighbor, who took: extra members of the county school you have ever been fair to Hendry
:\I1's.J.. \V. Christie this week.M. "
pare and serve the dinner the prO OUR CITY FATHERS ASSEMBLEThe care and grew fine fruit, to get a board' during their administrationnever county and the people of Hendry

seeds to go to the church. The high city coucil of the city of La : "'. Winters of Suffolk Va., and lower price for his fine fruit. paid my husband while he was county

school pupils have abot a month Belle met at the city ball on Wednesday Charles L. Winters of New Orleans If quality; seed count anywherethey county schol superintendent one pen- Since when did ybu et obe an

more before the closing. afternoon May: 22.Mis.. Annie were guests at the Everett hotel last certainly pay In a tomato crop. I ny more salary than the present superintendent economist? A great many of us peo-

Hall of Fort :Myers came before the week A man, may have: a full blood Jerseycow I is now receiving. You pie in Hendry county would like to
LaBelle
Dick Curry formerly] of council In regard to a settlement of and still have the sorriest cow I. well know that the present.. county know when you became converted

stopped at the Everett hotel this her city taxes: : and the board offered Last Friday afternoon marked the in his community because the ocw is school board has never made. any and Just when did you take your ..

week. lot from her about a in stand on the Governor's
to purchase a cut the salary of superintendent economyplatform
I losing of the LaBelle grammar not standard bred .he [is a runt or !:
-- mile fiom the business: part of the I but that the salary is just the same ? Are you really. sincere in
.chool for the summer with very ap- an animal lacking in the marks of : II!
Seldon 1.. Stewart, Jr., has accepted city, near the courthouse ,on Hispo- that it was before and after the defeat this new stand you have taken or
niopiiate exercis-s on the school 'J first class .Terse)'. A man may have
a position with the Southern Supar shoe avenue.. where it is planned\ to of my husband in the June prima Is this another one of your demagogic

company of Clewlslon.. build a fine city hall building In the ':rounds. Snpfrini-Udent: Stalling-? genuine Mai-globe tomato seed and) ry. political stunts? In the future may ..
mode a fine speech; A pantomine still have about the poorest lot ofcsd .
I l near future, but the matter was let You state ,that it Is not your purr we expect you to law off of filing
-Missionary society and Queen, I was held amend several races were ,held that it is possible for him to
rest at that- pose to engage,: in a newspaper controversy frivolous, mallcfou.damage. suits
Esther Bible class of the :Methodist for pupils in dilfcient! grades. The tJ lY. It is seed saved from culls, or
Judge Caldv.el] presented to the with the above addressed against your town for the purposeof
meeting last main race befit:; won by Fmlerfck( taking:: the tomatoes field run, everything 'I
chinch held a joint
board a resolution for them to acceptin members of the county school'hoard putting It to extra expense, annoyance -
Thursday.It has : been decided to of the Hall.uch[ amusement was held over just as they come. The best I trouble which allIs
regard to the right of way yet you controvert that very statement -I and after

hold} joint meetings .throughout the railway: to which a number of our the baby contest in which a great seed;; .are not saved that way. The ,, by having it appear in one of borne eventually by the overburclened -
I number of LaBelle babies from the best is the result of endles, intelligent -
sum nier ?
leading citizens pledged large amounts the county newspapers. If such Is tax payers May we expect

for the put'chase of lands for the railroad age of five down participated being painstaking care and they can not your purpose why do you rush you and your boys to behave yourselves -

John Williams of Fort l1)'ers'was right of way rbout two years dressed In all kinds of costumes. First not be" bought for a song It Is poor Into the newspare' with it? It app.;:ars In such manner that tim

a business visitor in LaBelle Monday. ago Thd! bank: of LaBelle Is threat prize was won by Esther II111 and I business for a farmer to save a dollar that it is your purpose to calumnate: county will not be put further annoyance _

MI'. Williams thinking seriously of ening to sue the citizens if the matter Billy Weaver.Judging. from the : in the price of his seed and lose'I the reputation of good, law-abiding, and expense in prosecutingyou

moving his printing equipment from Js not settled which amounts to crowd present it loKed like all of La: one hundred dollars In the price of peaceable citizens and agitate strife on the criminal side of the docket

Fort Myers to LaBelle and startinga $SGOO. The resolution was accepted Belle and Hendry couny were present I' his, crop. It seems that the tomato I II and trouble among a peace-loving people. !' May we expect you to bear your

newspaper. by the council with all in favor Jo see these exercises.: Refreshments I growers of the Clewiston section just proportion of taxation instead of

F. Watts Hall came before the were served consisting of wa- i could and should get together and I. In your pernicious article you say dodging as heretofore? May: we ex-

UNCLE TOMS CABIN TO BE. council in regards to the use of his termelon and other goodies for kid all plant the same high grade seed. 'I "It does seem to me {to be fair to pect you to desist from stirring up .

SHOWN well for water and it was decided to dies and parents. That will be cooperating: a little bit. all parties concerned that the entire strife and contentions among the

The Columbia theatre, LaBelle's pay him five dollars a month starting If any grower will not plant the high- facts of this matter should be knownto citizens of the county? May we ex-
finest theatre, has announced the John h''. Webber left Thursday for off the hundred nnd
with Januarary 1927.The. board thenlljourned est grade seed then the growers the people of Hendry County, pect you to leave
showing of Uncle Toms Cabin, one \\'ateito\\n New ark where he will I one other bad practices which we .
until their next regular that do plant the best seed and grow and then you undertake to' justify
of the greatest successes shown on meetings. spend several weeks with Mr.and. contemptible actions in the mlsht mention [if time and space permitted -
.. th3 finest fruit should see to it that your
the screen. This picture ran for two Mrs, HeroI \\". Florida eLgislature by stating things ?
__ the growers that would not cooper-
Reasons or more in New York and facts Yours truly,
that far from being as
are as
ate in the purchase of the best seed, I
Chicago to packed audiences, and is John ,\r. McDonald of :Moore Haven the east is from the west-that are :MRS. ED.. G. PFLUGE.
should have their bum stuff
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well worth people from the surrounding was a guest at the Everett hotel last Public Forum \
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territory cOIning to see. .
-fruit. .The grower that will not
The above is suggested by the
MRS.HILL. ENTERTAINS County Attorney II. A. Rider and common words Cooperation and cooperate should be penalized.That FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN
is he should suffer for his boneheadedness
own -
Mrs. Grover Hill entertained the Mrs.Rider. and little son Billy mo-
It was
Competition. the long ago
tored Fort and and not his neighbor. Fordson Crawler Tractor-12 'inch track ,
members of the LaBelle Bridge clubto to! Myers Thursday I customary to say that competition is : TOMATO GRADER. ..

an afternoon bridge party at her Monday. the life of trade. Now it is considered One ,No. 51 Oliver Plow ..
lovely home In Belmont subdivision.
much better form and practiceto
-After the bridge games refreshments Commissioner Stewart and Selden One No. 3 Oliver Plow I
say that cooperation is the life of Labelle, ITendry County, Fla. ,
were seeped Stewart motored to Fort Myers Mon of Cash
Need
I day. business. This thought is put into I May IStli, 1929 I Practically New--Urgent. i

tangible operation in' the various la.j Louis O. Gravely, I
Among those present were, Mrs. --
bar organizations and ni the many I I House of Representatives. R. M WATERS II III
A. L. Taylor Mrs, Carl Bekemeyer, Miss Margaret Pfluge anived home I
professional and business organizations -: Capitol Building, i iI
;Miss Edna Dreyer, Mr$. Harry Flem- Saturday from the Florida Womens !
that have -been formed for mu-., Tallahassee, Fla. Park. Florida
ming, Mrs Addicks, Mrs.II.. A. Bes- College at Tallahassee where she has I Avon ,.
tual to the individua Imembors Sirf-
help
tor, Mrs.E.. E. Edwards A.L. I 1 ''I
Mrs. been attending this past year. .' I I
of the various groups. My attention has just been called
HEndrickson, Miss Sign Hendrick- I
Why can not farmers: cooperate for J k
son Miss Jane Henderson, Miss Seldon Stewart arrived home from '
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Mary Henderson, Miss Sallie : the Florida ui1iversitat Gainesville their own benefit the same as other: I \ :

borough, Mrs. R.J.. Moon,\Iiddle-I Thursda .. where he has been attending groups of citizens unite for self-pro:1 .., :" :, ;'!,',:. ':' "I .
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tection? Like interests should not c ,'
Frank I ;
Daugherty Mrs. Carl .
Royer, scho l.
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Irs.Rogers, Mios.Donald. Delaney, oppose each other. They should work : .

Miss Yoemans, Miss Ayres, Mrs. :Mrs.A.. L. Hendrickson and :Miss together for the benefit of all. These'

Hedges and many\others.\ There were Signey Hendricl son and Mr. and thoughts have been suggested by / } '

sefeu tables orbridge.HOTEL :Mis. Cecil Jackmau: departed Sundayfor what the writer has seen. grading to- : ;<:,; .. '. 0..' r,:'". ,


REPAIRS MADE: and California_Miss Hendrickson and Oklahoma.Mrs.will. make. house matoes the in past the weeks.Clewiston To, illustrate.The packing.1 .'0'r. <;}.r ;:' ,.. ,;. v '" ; ;:

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; In an interview with Mr. E.E.. their home in California. Mr. and tomatoes may. be running fine ; J.t: :! ) \ ; ). ; ; ,

Edwards return for some time. Then there comes in ; ; ,... ', .
manager of the Everett hotel SIrs Jackman cxpec to in a .'. .'.., ,' :' -. ( .t' ;'\; ">4 '\0
:: which is owned by Henry Ford, few months. an extra bad lot of trult for the .' '.>? {( y ;
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f: the automobile magnate, we are in- graders to handle No, do the ,best r -..:.:'.; ., .... ,,; HOT SUMMER DAYS '. :...f'i':1 .',,\ '.'4.' ., : '
;(' formed that during the summer season Tax Assessor Hurd L. Reeves ,mo- :hat they can for the graders' can not ; :'. ':!'

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