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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: October 11, 1929
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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I i.. S. VOLUME 3NO. 42 CLEWISTON FLORIDA FRIDAY: OCTOBER II 1929 PRICK ,5 CENTS


I 11 VETERANS I Guest Rooms At ,,Conners Dies I Merchants To Meet .

LOCAL Get Coat of I / Next Tuesday Night DAHLBERG W E. L L'PLEASED



'I MAKE PLANS EOR Work was started this ;! \:: r?? '''(:. j Because of the scheduled 'date AFTERINSPECTION'
; ; p"y;
the painting of all rooms for the ,meeting of the Clewiston
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Clewiston Inn.;The rooms' Better Business League Conflicted

', ARMISTICE DAY I finished with Celotex will I II I, with the Amerlpan; Legion meeting, TRIP

ed cream color and the the regular monthly meeting of the .

i r rr: \ merchants association has
only'the guest been
include ; 'rJ J"
Celebration Planned For I the lobby and" dining : < postponed until next Tuesday ,night 'Sugar Baron .Spends Iwo'Days ;

,. .. .J 11 o'clock Cotillion painted a few month ago. : \t xI if it was announced yesterday by, Dick I .
; Cpmpreheirsive
t Durability of Celotex is $ ; > r $4$ ; : C. Miller[ secretary on

1 Club Dances Discouraged the Inn where despite the ) < /Vw$ s> <# Methods of building' a greater Volume I Tour of Clewis e nAnd '
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Vets. the building, with interior : Y'> %;iY } l ,/ ::..ij.1w ; : of ,home business ,will be one
By Canal Point
ytf-SS. tyJvNciJ M& Prop-'
'r. terio of' Celotex, has of the topics for discussion and a

1 through two hurricanes, }.ti large"'attendal1ce Is expected. I erties.. 4
Plans for the official observance of \
I .. job over the Celotex will : a' 4.O, .
Armistice Day on November 11, wove Fr7j4kmp
,
appearance of a new uild \ "Thoroughly pleased with prog-
.' made Tuesday!? ; night at the regular '
.
Yr ti .i +.?.j) > tt4 a TURBOGENERATORBEING ress made fn' all' branches was the
f meeting; of the Clewiston Post of the "
gJ r/.i.t comment ,made by Bror G. Dahlberg,
American Legion, when It wag: decided
., president of the Southern Sugar company -
that the feature of the celebra- HOUSE INSTALLEDIN 1
and the Celc-tex company, aftera
tion will l be a dinner' dance at the
comprehensive two-day Inspectiontour
Clewiston Inn for legionnaires and .
ACUTE SUCARFACTORY on which he visited not only the
their :wives. ,
cane fields and mills but machine

corn-' NEW shops, laborers camps and virtually

) pan, company: Brick Work On Boiler everyplace which is part of his vast
I r'
J;,: 'not declare, a full holiday it was made .-- I AiIE1IIII i Florida holdings.
Ovens Now 90 Per
:.i know at the Legion meeting that the I .
"- Arriving late Saturday afternoon
,
, Construction of
, companies will declare ''a recess for Cent Complete. '
Mr Dahlberg called together his
! all employees from 10:30 to one Fails To'Greatly
Floriday/ officers for a conference, and
o'clock.Armistice. day services will Installation of the 2,000 k. w. turbo
lieve
Situation.Start early Sunday morning he was travelIng -
be held vat eleven o'clock, on the generator built by the General Electric I
by automoble the
over propertyin
i ". morning of November 11 in thC yic company to furnish power for I
the Clewiston! division of his FlorIda -
Center park. of construction the electrically driven machinery in
holdings .
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The dinner 'and dance: in the even- the new 4,000 ton ,a ,day mill of the r
I houses both,to be occupied Displaying his usual keen interest
ing will be held exclusively" for LeI Southern Sugar company here was
ly in the townsite the baron 'drove
upon completion the : sugar
gionnaires and their wives and those I by started this week, It'was announcedby

eligible for membership in the/Ameri- again brough out forcibly, -' last week at his' home in 'Buffalo, N. Y., was milt officials. The' new G. E. turbo through the town noting and com-
menting ,with Captain Duff'generali
can Legion shortage condition in Cewlstn for his a ctivitfes, asi' head of the Great Lakes generator Is now on the foundation i .
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of the Clewiston company,
I .. An interesting' discussion followed despite the fact that I for ris phllantropies in the city of Buffalo. ,and the ,process, of alignment Is under '
on the progress made in beautificathe -
the !introducing of the matter of the to his :bul [(ding of the Conners Highway way /
'dollars In new buildings I many new buildings erected since
I'i Cotillion Club dances which have been I was a d irector in the Southern Sugar co. Brickvorlf on the' boiler furnaces.
.' .'erected during the ,past few "_ ..__ _..." __ his last 'visit and also ,commenting
.: Held nt the: Inn, _u"0.? it .WIqIrPIl.--" by '-' is, now approximately 90 per cent complete work.
7- tion
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j \ the veterans present that in, the fu-' still remains for' from I itwas reported and work in this i
: FAMOUS LECTURER Progress being made in the work
ture the ,bi-weekly dances, will be I The new homes 1der Q department as in other departmentsat -
at the plantation machine shop where
(Please turn to page 6)) 'are for A. W. Smith, office I' the factory will be completed well '
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AT SEES BIG FUTURE in time for the opening of the 1929-30 I sugar cane planters are being con-
for the Southern Sugar (Please turn to page 6))

MACHINISTS PUSHCONSTRUCTION Gus McGhee manager of the AL I IN NORTH ''GLADES grinding With the season.exception of some minor I

Bulk'station. Work
ard Oil work the installation and adjustmentof NEW LUMBER SHED

OF being' pushed on the ---- the "18 rolls in the milling i end is
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new homes for Dr.' B. A. BOli Build Says Dahlberg Greatness now complete and it remains'only for "
'BUILT FOR
t thologist for the Sugar the driving gear to be connected BEING
/ 25 CNEI PLANTERS r
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the grinding
rolls: .. ... : .. .... .. ... : : .
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Clewiston COMPANY
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Feverish Pace Set To are at present renting homes 1 Impressing array of 'centrifugal '.' *"* .

I Clewiston company, but chairman Editor's Note-Mrs. Alice McKay 'machines have been erected on the
Great Kelly, known ,balcony off the main floor of

Fall Planting. I for the two houses which who spent several days this week in sugar house.. The battery of centrifu- Of Buildings Will
.. vacate within the next few
6)W. financial Clewiston wrote the following impressions gals, in which the ,molasses is separ- Be Stuccoed.I

Tackling a job which would be a l' The housing condition: in ; where 1 of the operations .here for rated from the sugar grain by' centrifugal ,

sizeable order in any of the larger 1 today is' such that a home. : his na I the Clewiston News. I force includes 10 machines To meet the steadily increasing demands i:

machine shops of the south, machinists apartment' cannot be rented : Cuba died I used in the 1,500 ton a clay factorylast of his growing1 business l, F i,

in the Plantation Machine Shop I I price. and while several his home. By Alice McKay Kelly year and fourteen new machines.. "TilIiamso'n" president of the ClewIston i I

of the Southern, Sugar company' under ings and apartments were Knocking about this old world of To provide for the heavier loads of

-. the direction of N. C. Storey, de- during the past :year such Building Material company announced -
had .ours- from life pine clad hills ,of Nor ane necessitated by the greater cap I
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the,, : yesterday the! construction
( signer-engineer, are, pushing work on growth of the 'past year thernl' Luzon in the Philippines, ,over acity of the mill the cane, pit ,at the \ : I
additional lumber Shed in the ,
the buildings of an ?
',, ,' ; the construction of '25 sugar cane were rented in routine great stretches of Manchurian plains, (,Please turn to page 5) I !1
: ,- planters for stances before they were I Building Material yard on Atlantic !
use in the planting operations last down into the heart of that vast em- I' ,
,', ,f in the Clewiston both' the \' ''' avenue. .
cities
{ and Canal In on offices of pire of India-tosay nothing of remote r I
,
I Point divisions of state Jeffries Planning r In addition 'to the construction of
: : the sugar company west coasts of the Great ,corners in our own United I II
i.. thisl'' fall.With .. of I the shed Mr, Williamson also explained ,
chants who learning ,
] '' <, did Purchase of MoreGuernsey
r States... one might)say as a prophet that in the Interests ,of beau-_ I
a model designed, built and the 'northern Everglades are' tt at'the of old"Th'ere's ,nothing new under Cattle
to locate here and letters tification the entire front of .the
,
t successful tested by Mr: Storey, orders the' sun!" 'I' :
with
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daily ask that they' be buildings on the Atlantic avenue side
", 'it, were immediately placed) for the Travel brings'contacts contacts 1 1II
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construction of 25 of the machines location and rent of buildings his news O. L. Jeffries, owner (manager of k II will be stuccoed. The Clewiston, Building I
; bring observations observatio u s
and, the shop is'now 'a bee hive of Ai, i instance oLthis was which was ;! ; I the .Clewiston Dairy left this week for Material company starting as a
I. the bring consciousness. It remained for
industry:' turning out the machines on the Cunningham-Rhodes was I Ohio where he planned to negotiate small company a few years ago has f
Clewiston the wonder city of the '
.\ ,. tore v Miami sought, location in desire. the purchase of severa 'additional grown phenomenally: until today it
south, to awaken, capture and hold
,, '. Each machine will plant twenty being unable to find a-'store' developed head of cattle to meet the ,demand for handles a greater volume of business ,
prisoner the imagination of one who
' ;, 'acres a day, two rows being planted were forced to make an of heart I milk'' in Clewiston. I than 'similar companies in cities many j jI
like the man from Missouri, simply
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I h simultaneously and the plowing and for the renting of space in has Mr Jeffries who has a herd, ofsome' times the size of Clewiston ,
'
I' / had to be "shown" in order' to be- 1
panting being done in one operation. Drug company away 30 hea dof Guernsey cattle at Operation of a wood-working and

,I I A feature of the machine is the simi Nor Is there any lieve. No words written or spoken present said before leaving for' the, cabinet making shop is one' of the '

i I .- pllcitp of operation for an unskilled in sight unless an ambitious !* d of could have done the trick. C1ewis'tmistands north{ that. he cannot supply the demand latest additions to the company.v .

I laborer may become an operator after. program. is started, for with heart ,and today in its infancy ',fairly .at present and that' the purchase "

I! Please turn to page S 5 stanty expanding operations physician, bursting its baby clothes, the, modern, of additional 'cattle is necessary 160 PUPILS, IN: SCHOOL 3 a
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\ Southern Sugaicompany miracle" "The demand for imilk at the Clew )I. --

Ii rlI e" POSTAL IN BELLE GLADE for the construction, of a his bed- That a beautiful cjty with wide iston Dairy is constantly increasing '.Although there were but 100 pupils r
It I tory In Clewiston streets bordered by thousands ,of ornamental
: steady was near with the result, that we are now unable who registered for the opening qf

I Postal telegraph service will be established workers, will result in were sum trees and flowering shrubs, to supply the demand in Clewis the fall term' of school in 'Clewiston.

in Belle Glade within Ing of the population figures 5 o'clock. parks community: centers. etc.,. ade- ton. My trip to Ohio is for the pur- there are now approximately. 160 chil-
out this section. quate for a future population of'twenty '
: I' the next few days, it was announced Mr Con- pose of looking at some cows and If lren attending classes, it was announced -

1 by L. R. Carroll, Postal manager. A widely sep thousand or more should have satista try I intend to add enough by school'authorities yester- ,

r 'A I store b uildlzlg, has been leased and He fought been planned and ''executed in advance .- cows to the herd now. ,at th.e.. dairy to : day and it is expected that the en-

The An, article on "Tax' saloon of the industrial machinery, de 200 mark before -,
messenger boys will be empoyed. i be able, to supply the growing I rollment will pass the

', I same company'' was also anxious to locate Florida' was published in ( 2)) the blood, bone and sinew, Is well mand.' | the first ,of next month. f

in Clewiston but there is not a issue of the Manufacturers night incredible, but true. I am here I

WT store vailable In the entire' cqmmuni- and further explained the (Please_ turn to page 5)) I

i = J tf..' On the state at the present r FLORIDA IDEAL FOR WINTER FLYING

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V' NEWS MAKE ARRANGEMENTS FOR of W. J P. T. A. ReceptionTomorrow AfternoonIn r SAYS BULLETIN BY STATE CHAMBER-', ,,"I Ir

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l I I; ; :' ; PUBLICATION OF NEW TAX president Satur an effort to have teachers and I Logical reasons why aviation com- about 10 V6n the west-central coast, 'I

; : in parents In Clewiston become better panies of the north should become and somewhat less than that figure,

'". /1I director acquainted., ,Mrs. R Y./ Patterson, interested'In Florida were'' ,stressed, on the east-central coast Dense fogs
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Editor's Note: This is the Fifth prived of the use of the W J. president of the Clewitson' Parent In the October Issue of Florida Business are exceedingly rare In the extreme

of a_ series of questions and ,answers I A,,, No It plainly stipui ; Teacher, Association hold a reception -. prepared by the Florida State south. i .

concerning the administration tax the, transfer Is to ge made to at 'her, home from four to chamber of' commerce of which B. G. Florida weather is helpful to the

I measures and is, released to Clew detriment to the counties, has just six o'clock tomorrow afternoon that Dahlberg, president of'the Southern aviator and to all' out-door sport' be-

iston News readers through the cials' or local banks. of your parents of local school children may Sugar company is a director. cause the\ essentials for such .,divers -

I \\0.:; : ,courtesY', of the Miami Daily News* positories Is to be given to .'has lost meet teachers who' are teaching in Under the heading Florida Climate slnons are more, pronounced here during -

By Cecil R. Warren, staff writer. the county to which the funds a' the Clewiston school for the first' Favors 'Aviation, the article read in the winter months than J9 the

I with only the one condition ; and per time this year. I part: case elsewhere in the country.. _"

Does this central fund mean that banks qualify to accept the I 1 I In announcing the plan, Mrs.' Patterson Dense fog occurs ,onI'on 12 to 14 The outstanding factors that con

1 r' 'I', collective funds will be pooled at furnishing ,security for the entire said that the reception will i treme northern portions of"the State tribute to the pleasure as* well as i

f: \ Tallahassee or at someother central in order to make the public express- be, informal and requested that pa.'rents days, over the western and the ex- the bushes concern cf the, aviator

:;"; : point, resulting in .a oss to banks of safe. I .of "all local ,school' chidren. chiefly,, frpm November to March Inclusive I'are moderate:'temperatures, a' high
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: : : 11 f the' various cpuntles. who 'will be de-. (Please turn to Page .' call! and meet the :new teachers. diminishing southward"" (P'''!i g.' turn to Page 6)}}


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PAG TVv'O' 1 CLEf VIS TON .MFlVS PWISTON FLORIDA FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11. 1929 .

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The Clewiston News "f Interested ,In Glades j spade of earth in this project. The It begins 22 miles west of West Palm
task to\b\
appeared an impossibility
Successor to The Clewiston Progress I I1Ji't Beach and runs parallel to the soutr
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f. _' '. : ":'::< :, thrown bank, of the Palm Beach canal for 18 ,
8, 1,*, at the post offfcmatter e open. \ /
Entered as second'class February ;r9 The road, although only 51 miles] miles to Canal, Point. Here the r canal -
March; 3, 1879.
at Clewiston Fla., under the Act long, has been of inestimable value meets Lake Okeechobee and Joins an-

: In uniting cities in south Florida other J)
LOUIS A. MORGAN ..............:.....I;....................................... PublisherEditor s ciiM which formerly had been separated by, roadway. The project was com-
pleted at
a cost of t.
r ', approximately $2-
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TOM SMITH ...................:...'................ ,...'....' .....,...................'.' .. the Everglades and Lake Okeechobee. 000,000. / _

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.-... Subscription Rates ,

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By mail in Florida
By mail outside of Florida! "
$2.00 y 'S West Palm
One year $2.5U One year \ 7 {SIB. ,
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1.60 Six months. ,
Six months BeachGraduate
Three months :.76
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NEWS' PLATFORM I 'Il :w Nurse

1. DefinIte control of Lake Okeechobee with water transportation, Keeping his Everglades drainage board keenly aware of conditions, in ,I
and l Phone 8121
2. Early completion ,of the highways for local transportation, I the Everglades Is the method which Governor Doyle E _Carlton is usingto

concentration or products. get results. Members of the two boards ,shown above with the Governor -

S. A substantial! downward reother vision! of freight" rates on vegetah1rs. '.sad are' left, to right: William Griffiths. Okeechobee; Captain F. Deane

products- this region to the northern markets. Duff, Clewiston; Russel Snow, Fort Lauderdale; Howard Selby.V{ st "-

4. The lb.l functioning of a J operative,, marketing ass claUun_ for Palm' Beach; Glenn Curtiss, Miami; Ernest Amos, State comptroller; Make. The w
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both buying and selling purposes. ,- Governor Doyle E. Carlton; C. E. Simmons, Okeechobee; Fred Davis.

I. state attorney general; R. W. Horton, Miami; Nathan Mayo, commissionerof

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1929 I Agriculture; Dr.W. H. Lair, Paho kee; Graham, Copeland Everglades POINSETTIA HOTEL '.

j-- '0- Marcus Millam,. Miami! I I 1 I
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B. G. DAHL.BERG'S VISIT I Your Home While In West.Palm Beach

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Immensely pleased with the. progress made in both, ,the Clewiston'and i the I f EARLE R- CRESSWELL Manager\

Th'e fellow who'Inyented yo-yo appears to have made, an uncanny estimate j I
Canal Point divisions. of the Southern Sugar company was abatement :_' COR. CLEMATIS &, DIXIIE HIGHWAY ii
of the moron population <. I
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and the t
presidenta of the Southern Sugar company JjJ
Dablberg,
made by.B. r. I _
inspection tour of his Florida holdings. -, I
two
following day '
Celotex company a I. \ Complaints are made that the new currency is poor 'in quality, but we ,
but natural when one > I! -
is
pleased
been
That the sugar baron should have haven't seen enough to decide.. I I : ,

considers the great' strides that have been. taken here, but of much. greater _____ i I t ,. :, .. U' NOTICE I : "

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interest'is the thoroughness- which, Mr. Dahlberg inspected his properties, !I State officials battle over bridge. Showing the state is just one big family. ... ,


Arriving. in Clewiston' late Saturday afternoon 'Mr. Dahlberg devoted the .-Springfield Sun. \ To all persons engaged in or managing any business or profession.All .

,
morning i -' ,. occupational Licenses expire Oct. 1 and if
evening to a conference with his Florida officers and early Sunday t you have not already

While we do not know; the man who gets up the time tables for the interstate done so you should make application at once Tor License for the .
was in an automobile touring the Clewiston division of his i company, another year
: ( buses, we feel that he is an optimist.-Detroit, News. 1929 30. Otherwise you will be in violation of section 14491 Acts

conference Sunday night and off to Canal Point early Monday..morning! ', s" *. -,' ', -of 1929, Laws of Florida therefore
you are respectfully
1 ': I II requested. to ,.
"While telegraph wires were kept busy with, messages from various points A Kansas \ make application for your License' at once.
." I City man says that while driving an automobile to the top of

in the north and big business men from. New York, Chicago and Louisiana I Pike's Peak a few weeks ago he narrowly missed the,Texas chap who'was I II \

''IeI'i". "Mr. Dahlberg accompanied I rolling a peanut, up .the, hill with his nose. As if this was not complete proofof \ \ ,:, ., J. ..TAYLOR, Tax Collector ,
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., by his Florida officers boarded a flat car at the Canal Point factory I his carelessness he admits that on the down trip/he missed him again.
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and for the next hour inspected his cane fields in that area. \ Miami Herald I

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Nor was' the trip a hurried one, but repeatedly he ordered i .the train stopped % '1 'J1 -;.:- ,' I ,. ::-..:..:..:..:.-.:..:..:..:..:.-.:..:-:..:. :-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.,:.:..:..:.,:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..: .:..:..: :.
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while he tramped- through the muck for a closer inspection of some cane. A citizen: One who loves_ his family,4 his job, his neighbor, his home, his ..;.. V
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Such enthusiasm is born of something more than mere. desire for moneymaking religion. his car and his town. 4

That his sugar_ operations in Florida will return substantial profit-i"f- \ I ."-. '-.. : f" 'i : ::1: SEE ERiE' :3.!:

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must be. evident to anyone; who has studied the world sugar situation but What !he did in advocating a ,big 'navy may 1o't be 'criminal l,, but it certainly ''

Mr. Dahlberg's actions on his trip here portrayed more the man who is 'devoting -' f is Shearer neve.. .'.. :.: \\o a dignified installment. jewelry business. :f


his dynamic energy to building a substantial monument which will 1 ;:IIi" I ::: : The cost is positively>! the same, whether *:: '" .

be a giea'tly needed asset to the country FLORIDA, PIONEER fabulous profits from his investments Q)
BUILDER DIES in Florida. !
for cash !
That he ha' surrounded himself with internationally known you buy or on weekly or monthly pay
sugar experts He ...
/ was 'married twice His first : .:. ..
must further insure the success of his enterprise but when historians of the (Continued from page 1)' wife, Caterine lahauey, d'ied in 1SS1.: ..:. ments. '
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next generation trace the various Twelve yearslater he married Mary :
steps leading .to America's independencein keeper and foreman of stevedores'to .
.1 1 A, Jordan at Nest Seneca, N. Y His .:: : {I, .... ':" :: ,
the sugar, world, Bror G. Dahlberg_will be a. commanding position capitalist II .. ; .,..., ,::.; "{ .., -U:
awarded as : .
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** i a prominent place in ; II !on. William J. Conners, jr a,son of ::. .'.:: : -:, :. DONT : .;.
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and industrialist 'r t ) ;
the ,
country's hall of fame. \ the second union, succeeded to the '
After accumulating a huge fortune t

'- ', .' ,..: : :: ,. .. in the businesses of lake transportation -.I. prisees management in his of latter his years father's I enter- ;: : Patronize' a foreign mail order house. Lets :!: -
PINNING I- ,'.' I
FAITH ON : newspaper publication and real :1
S.- FLORIDA > .: /> ::Z':::" Mr Conners' first venture into the :

\:. -- t... .. ';_j'' :,.- )" .. ."i. estate, he took his pace as a philanthropist -: world of business on his own account ::: keep ,the money in Clewiston, Florida, by patronizing *
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I through the gift of $1,000,000
Unlike the (I I I was in 1885 when, wiht a little capital : '
example set. bjr many Investors who come into to 'in ;: :: '
Florida to invest charity the city of Buffalo, that he had accumulated fro mthe :: home floks. Every. one is entitled to ,,
in public utilities and other where he hi searliest '
gained
enterprises that : ::
are generally: regarded as success-j i I toil of his hands, he negotiated a conract : ... : -f
"sure bets," financially speaking the Southern es.The 'million was to be .$5t with Washington Bullard forth .: I open an account withCUNNINGHAMRHODES :: ..
Sugar
company; headed' by 000,000 as the need required i I I :. .:.
D G. handling of all the Buffalo
Dahlberg I I \ freight
in "
('J a development that requires the very highest The money, he stipuated, was for of the Union :
Steamboat .
type of business' judgment. initiative and courage', : ,. the poor regardless of race or creed, [ At this time conditions_ ,Company.the docks JEWELRY CO. .!.'

Of administered by a committee :. ..
composed
course the :
officials were in state :
a
feel reasonably certain of of near chaos and Mr. i
their efforts but the'fact meeting with success in of two Protestants_ two Catholics 'I Conners revolutionized the situation.. I ;: In City: Drug Co. Store I :!:

'. remains that, they are constantly to face problems, and two Jews. 'I His new methods attracted much bus! '.i: Clcrviston, Florida :i.:

that cause: those or other big business Born in Buffalo on January 3, 1S57Mr.
concerns in Florida to dwindle in i ness' and before long he was in virtual ;. MAIN STORE IN MIAMI.: :i:
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compari on.Farming Is Conners attended public school command of the freight businessat ..
generally
conceded as requiring the i., i
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sugar mills, involving a $30,000,000 expenditure' between Buffalo and -Duluth, he obtained Other"enterprises In which he' engaged ( Y' "
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The company has of his life in- "
not Invited( that amount him ''in good stead In 1916 he it. '
as ,yet, but the program on accomplished cluded the paving dnd brewing busi \

which it. is working will. eventually call for much more. Next year the outlay what he believed was his nesses. He also entered the real estate I :

.Is expected to reach the sum of $G.OOOOOO greatest achievement, the organization field and the trolley business.
and as new cane fields are plant- of the Great akes Transit Corporation
I With the expansion of I
ed and additional milts South Buffalo _
.are installed bigger sums will be required, 'N controlling! about S5 'percent be prospered greatly. .r I 1

Naturally men. who have the' confidence in Florida that of the freight and passenger In December, 1S95, he purchased : ..sry ,
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associate hav', are interested in Dahlberg,and his ,steamships on the Great. Lakes and The Buffalo nquirer which later was =- D1C '
everything that relates to the economic Including extensive docks terminalsand
life ,
of Florida published as The' Buffalo Star, a tabloid
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realize, as ,does every good business man, that conditions warehouses along the lakes. newspaper He next establishedthe ry I "T

must be ,favorable if they are to derive. any benefits from their endeavors. When rail lines were forbidden, 'b)' first one cent newspaper of the "

This was shown recently when they ment act of congress,. to own, operate or city, The Morning Record. Later, he j 1 B '
with
a group of,nationally know'business control water transportation lines, Mr purchased The Morning Courier and '
men to
discuss 'L
\Florida's future Cnners conceived the idea of forming consolidated the two morning papers

Thirty: representatives of business and finacial houses / .j a' company to take over the greatrIeefs into the present Morning Courier.I 'ca ,
habdng large InI operated
vestments In Florida, attended b}" the. roads. This Mr. Conners took an active Interest

in the the meeding.. Questions involving, the tax situatlon i, plan he was abel to consummate, and[ I In motor boat racing His Courier I, ..

state, the citrus, publicity resulting from the'1 1I I the man i who, at the age of 13 hed Courier II, Courier III and Courier IV

present agricultural situation, the solidifying of been forecaste boy of a lilts freigt t won him many coveted ,honors in regattas : KELVINATOR

capital 'were discussed. 'investments. by non-resident steamer at $12 a month became commodore ,
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A .. of the greatest fleet of steam Not since the days when Henry M.'
committee! was appointed ships in the WITH THE' FAMOUS
to formulate a program by and through which history of Inland waters. Flagler constructed his famous overseas I _

those residing outside the state of Florida I ."Conners of the Midas touch" was railroad linking Key West with ,
.:gut baving'large, Interests and investments I a name often applied to COLD KEEPER
in the state T' of" Florida c' .' him. Certainly the mainland, has an undertaking of '
might become helpful and constructively the cognomen was deserved in i more significance and importance

aid in the advancement and,prosperity of. the state. all Mr Conners had to do with lake been carried through In south Flor- I Maintains temperature 24 hours after Cur-

Among those attending the meeting were transportation, Florida real estate and ida than the construction of the Con rent is turned off. '
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Chicago; William] A, Dahlberg, chairman, of numerous other pojccts. ners highway. His foresight and {;

Buckner vice-president, Barron G. Collier Company, He was one of the pioneers in the achievement In building this roadway, F. J. MCGINNIS -
New York; Ralph W. Gwinn development of Florida ..
vice reslcfent, J. C Peimey-Qwlnn Everglades. which connects the lower Florida .
New York, and Frederick ... Corporation, He spent a fortune in building a road East Coast section wit hthe Florida U 113 Worth A ve. Palm Beach
S. Ruth I
Newark, of the executive committee.- aroound the east side of Lake Okee ..
Florida -[gulf coast cities! made his name proms Phones 6817-5912
Commercial.. chobee to the town- of OkeechobeeClty nent throughout the staten

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I. Stubbs Jack Cooper, Iocelyn Leee,I play of the same name. Do you use Collegian Comedy "On the Sidelines'and I I "
Editor Realizes I
l Nanucy Price and Tenen Holtz. the 13th chair at home, parties, the news events add spice to the

:Jf Long Ambition In Born in England, Stubbs came to I cub If you do watch out A popular I] program. .

,, ".. Writing Wedding this country at an early age to com- ,

plete his schooling. After spendingtwo ,>

_ I 1 M;.' Robert Chetway and Miss Alice years in a medical .college, he decided RIBBONS SALES REPA'.iS ...---

Broadkin were married at noon Mon he would rather'' be an ''actor, CARBON PAPER SERVICE
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day at the home of the bride's pa- and promptly gave up further study. '

rents, Mr. and 'Mrs. p.D., BroaJlcln, I, It was a hard struggle for the next L. C. SMITH & CORONA ) -
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Rev M. L Gassoway officiating.,. I I two years, during which time he, was I II TYPEWRITERS INC. ..:. .A HOTEL IS i SELDtM LIKE I9ME

The broom !is a popular! young man I i I actor, prop man and musician! with '

who, hasn't dOle a lick of won : since i vaiious l road shows playing one night Our representative will be in Clewislon on the tiOclvth of each month ,

h got shipped in the middle of his I.stands. Then came an opportunity to For ,special service notify GIader: Delivery., Machines: picked up by ? 'l

junior year at college. He manages. : play with'a recijrulz' d] stock company them, delivered to us and returned to you at a minimum charge. ITS DIFFERENT AT THE : ,

to dress well and keep a simply; of in St Louis. Stubbs declaredhe / ,
1 21.Fagan JtrcadeV'e5J. Palm Beach WATANABEHere I II
spending money because his dad is a I II' was succeeding famously when r

soft-hearted old fool who takes uphis the Spanish-American was broke out. V I .
I' bad checks instead of letting him '
i He promptly enlisted alid ater sawservice will find the !
go to jail where he 1 belongs. you most pleas,
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The bride is a skinny, fast little -I '
Stubbs, heardof / ;' ing atmosphere coupled with meals --
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who Back from war
Idiot! ,has been kissed and handled y
Eltchls Denver a' CLEWISTON SANITARY DAIRY
the Gardens in .
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oy every boy in town since she like '

.I' a Sioux Indian, sucks cigarettes in I famous dramatic stock company" of I just as you enjoyed in your home. ,. .

secret, and drinks 'mean corn liquor I that period. He joined th company, J A few
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when she is out joy-riding in her remaining five years during which i .
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how to cook, sew"or keep house. las Fairbanks his first stage 1, /

The house was newly plastered for He appeared in a scor' of productions PURE BREED (GUER SEY. CATTLE < .,', their home.\ ; '

the wedding and the exterior newly I and had established himself asa \ { .
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painted, thus appropriately carryingout successful actor when Douglas Fair ./ : .

the decorative scheme, for the banks selected him for an importantrole S TUBERCULAR TESTED '

I groom was newly plastered also and in the latter's first starring vehicle \ .... I > <. ENJOY YOURSELF, AT THE .. ..

Ii' the bride newly painted.. I ', "Hawthorne of the U S. A." ,

:!I The groom wore a rented dinner i if ..
With his experience both :as: an ac- .
f suit over athletic underwear of imitation !
or and as a stage director.. Stubbs :
;; silk. His pants were held up : CLEWISTON\ DAIRY COMPANY
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organized a stock;: comprnv "h 'h The Watanabe Hotel
!by pale green suspenders. His num
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( thing that left most of her legs sticking a series of acts and_ plays, '
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,j a' end sticking out at the other. throughout the country, was sent to ,

:, The :young people will make their France where he performed similar in .
"' June 15th. Modernly equipped i,
home with the bride's parents-which. service. A personal letter of commendation I ,
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1 Now that it is done: death *.can have. the New Stanley Theatre, (West. I ., ;. .' ,. best. .,
i: 'no sting...,Fountain Inn (S. C,_) f Palm Beach), for 'on Sunday and I. ; '. '.-/: ." S / / .. ..._.',1 ,. \ -
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1 Lionel .:Barrymore and John Gilbert Did His Best* a very entertaining .CLEWISTON STEAM LAUNDRY' 1 \ .... /,

delve into sparkling comedy for the comedy An Oswald Cartoon, "Nuts. "Y' '
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joining of their talents in the new Jo'ts" 11 ,
and Interesting events and I II
Metro-cfoldwyn-Mayer dialogue feature Clewiston Florida. ,\I" H
sights of the world in a Paramount I 11,1 .
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"His Glorious Night.*' which will News and Pathe Review. On Thurs/ ': .' I:, ------ ...-...- --., _..-.... .... .o =C1:311, : .:.Jt' "" -. .,,.


close to-night at,the Kettler Theatre day, Friday and Saturday is the.;best' {.., :; .. ,, :;::::1 ';0..t-- :; ,,1'L: ,'.::: ''il''il'J '. . (
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\ having been "Desert 'Nights '.- 6 .6 ', : :'..r'I". ;: ; : ; \ -'. .." : ;'t. ., ,. .;: ..: uRGII AHEADA2500
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scr'een II BILIOUS FEVER and MALARIA. .. L' ..';,. : :". ''" ,... .. '. ". .'; : -., .
"His Glorious Night, a I 11 "' '- ". / 1. I II
It is the most speedy remedy known. ;.. I I i
adaption of the noted Ferenc-Molnar' j I .b I TON A DAY MILL ADDITION
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stage play; "Olympiae"* which capti- i 1
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season and a season in New York, : .
brings Gilbert under Barrymore; di- I \ '.: \ ::\ RESIDENTS) UNDER CONSTRUCTION ; f

rection for the first time,' with the 'i : : )1 .
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.I' exception of a light !skit they made : .. ;.L?: ) : : \ j
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/with Norma Shearer for "The Holly- : '.. ," ". :. A ,'. II LEADING IN FROM THE COAST AND a \
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wood Revue.:' It also marks Barry- r" : "':" ),.'t.I'..11: ., \ WEEK't\ J ,
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length comedy \ '. \

X having been grim tragedy and IS:ALL THAT IS NEEDED TO+ START YOU ON. THE, OF LAND BEING PREPARED FOR SUG- .

"The Unholy Night" a mystery play

Katerine Dale' Owen, a New York I
ROAD TO FINANCIAL INDEPENDENCE. AR CANE. Ij

I l'' e stage star, noted for her work in l

I "The Whole Towns Talking Whiter ,

I Collars and Bootleggers, plays oppo- ,INTEREST BEARING ACCOUNTS MAY BE : \ j) ", !
site Gilbert in the leading femininerole. ,

Others in the cast are Hedda STARTED WITH THIS AMOUNT IN THESE ARE A FEW OF THE REASONS j jI I

1 I. Hopper, Nance O'Neill, Doris. Hill, J. .I \ ,
/ 'Gustav von Seyffertitz Richard Carle WHY CLEWISTON IS FORGING STEAD i ILYFORWARDTOTHE'TOP'OFTHELIST I

. r Youcca Troubetzkoy and Tyrell Davis. I r, ...'i.;>," ":;."..;. '. :.:; ,'::'. ... '.; .', .. I. I. .. I
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HARRY STUBBS IN "THREE LIVE : : } : !.:..;..;,:, : : : '
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I'II:II' drama, "Three Live Ghosts," which 1 CLEWISJON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE i

opens at the Stanley Theatre next ,

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Based on the famous comedy-drama .- .:' Clewiston Florida"IN

lit of the New York and London stage II \ I \ ,; ,

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Thornton Freeland, features' an all-1 I. THE CENTER OF AMERICA'S EW :
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star cast, which includes Beryl Mercer -. ""Floridai i .

"' and Charles McNaughton who II'I '. .. ., SUGAR'BOWL" I

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would ship their produce to Port Ev, berg. When I saw him in a New York all belonged They were important spirit of hospitality pervading the I I been in constant service, never missing -

f CONSTRUCTION OF erglades, from where it could be: I sky scraper up on the twentieth factors' in the development of .something I entire place. captur the visitor and a day.
from these scenes in and so tremendous simple makes one say. "It is good to be,here
1 shipped to all parts of the world by floor, far my I The car has already travelled 42-.
+ NORTH NEW RIVER water about Clewiston ,I noted that his fine words are entirely inadequate to ex- That Clewiston had no share: in the 000 miles and has never undergone
: jr; said quietly it. recent Florida boom disas-
eyes: lighted up when he press affecting and major repairs. Thus far the total

p P CANAL ROAD URGEDMass "You'll see something that will Inter- When I talked with :Mr: Storey, designer trously so many argues well for its fu- I cost of servicing the car has been

: j. TURBO-GENERA est you down there.'* He was right. engineer, as we walked ture. The growth has been steady, only $5S 50. 9
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I Never in my lifetime has anythingso through the building) where ,from blue an upward one. Newell receives his papers at the

Meeting Is Held To Continued from Page 1)') I intrigued ,me. The other day with I prints to flaming forges metal is be- As a climax to this brief visit,, of Gardiner entrance each day at 1020;
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other visitors from different parts of I ing transformed into tractors, planters mine the journey by air in Mr. Dahl- a. m. He makes four stops, about .45

Get Speedy Action on I south end of the factory has been reinforced -I the country, I stood beside him, sugar ,I and other necessary equipment to berg's magniflcient Sikorsky plane minutes each, at the major camps,
Proposed Work.FORT waving high above our heads, : fit from Clewiston to West Palm Beach
the side walls of the cane cane special needs area being created and returns to the bunk house at
j conveyor made higher and new sets levees, canals and ditches stretchingout and turned out finished products I reached the apex The giant soared Mammoth Lodge ''at 6:20 p. m. To do

LAUDERDALE, Fla ,Oct. 10. of cane levellers]) and cane, knives controlling]) water, the enormous felt that In this,' quiet man. a genius thirty-five hundred feet through the this he must average 32 miles to the

Advantages df road No. 26, along have been Installed.]) pumping plant with its capacity of were 'qualities permeating every clouds, fields of fane, canals, levees hour His actual driving time is five
180,000 gallons per minute at one .1 branch of activity in the Southern I and! buildings far below, Imfinitesimal
the North New River canal, over the Work in the sugar house' Is now hours. r
road which would follow the banks centering on the east end of the side, near us an experimental station ,Sugar Company, high or low, great specks on the face of the earth. Vast L.- E. Flint, publicity director of
.' best adapted I still untouched, but awaitingthe
of the Miami canal to Lake Okeecho- buiding where new steel work for the determining the qualities or small. There was on bombast, no areas the park recently invited a reporter
" ) at is for this soil, the richest; it seemed showing off, but there was a distinct magic of modern progress-a vi-
bee, were pointed out by speakers addition to the ,boiling house end to. accompany Newell over the route.It .
r Te'mple to me, on the face of the earth. the assurance of To sion of what is to be. I ,am glad thatI
a mass meeting held in Park being erected as quickly as installation accomplishment afforded the the writer a splendid
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realization was borne upon me with have seen the came. I can say, "I know becauseI
under the auspices of the board of of bulky new machinery permits. tiny working model of? view of the park from trails forbidden -
directors of the Greater Lauderdale {, overwhelming clarity that without a tractor working with perfectionand have seen with my own eyes." the average tourist.

this man whose ''energy, 'courage and accuracy.cllmbing r
Association. up the legs of
When the reporter got back to his
.. MACHINISTS PUSH vision had made his dream persist Mr. Storey, ,and then to outside I
Asa result of the meeting RusselG. v walk Chevrolet Used In office he wrote an enthusiastic de-
Snow chairman ,of the board of CONSTRUCTIONContinued /!/the Everglades would still be wastelands and see row upon row of:the completed 1 scriptin of the enchanting vistas that

directors I swanmps and morasses..* machines, for IGOMile Route For
associateion ready planting
I of the ,was authoried from I sug- I had been revealed to him. Nor did
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'.. to appoint a Broward county I i '" As moses struck the in the ar cane, with one of them: enabledto !Newspaper Delivery he forget the ability of the car which

committee, composed of representative few minutes instruction.In o wilderness from which the waters i plant twenty-five acres in one; day I swept him through the alluring land-
citizens, whose: duty it will be to I'a gushed forth, so this man, with the .was something I shall long remember
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vigorous in the look and heart of a boy has har- Is itany wonder that' these practical
carry on a program in charge of the tractor repair The world's longest newspaper "I .never enjoyed a more comfort-,
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interest of the North New river canal hangar where squads of the hundredsof nessed the power controlling the.. I! dreamers of dreams see a city beautiful route is in Yellowstone Park, is '160 I able ride in a motor car,'* he wrote.
floods as well as the droughts, has I I in I
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route I scope housing a score of miles and absorbs' between 6-0 "We travelled this
tractors owned by the sugar company I long through wonderand
'William Culver Bretz of the wrested from Mother,Nature the hidden I thousand of men,
on women and chil-
;. are checked periodically to insure and SOO. pounds of newspapers daily leisurely despite the consisten speed
speakers calle on, said every econom- I smoth, and uniterrupted service I secrets of,, her laboratories, and dren' in Clewfston, Florida? between June and September that was maintained up-grad and ,

t'r'i jk jc feature favored the North New riv- when in the t fieds. then planted vast areas, hitherto un- There is a, spacious building, yet It is a full day's work that con- down. The Chevrolet. took hair pin I

: er canal, including' distance, cost of ,'I A wealth of detail keeps the workers productive with what is an essential filled completely, for the workmen,' 'I fronts the, driver, Bird Newell, when turns without a perceptible slackening -

!I construction. communities to be' in this department continualy food, necessary in every home, energy where, under the efficient supervisionof 'he steps on the starter of his Chev- of speed, and' the rutty roads never

i served by such a road and main highways I"'working at a feverish pace but their producing. and quickly absorbed' used Mrs. ''Davis they are housed and roet\Coupe, and sets about the day's stopped the driver for a second "
: into which this attention I by the poorest laborer and the richest I fed.. It I ,
I roadwould. en- is now being centered on was ike a .club I 'thought of business Fast driving and knowledge -

.1 ter. I I I the rush order for the 25 planters. 1 employer 1 the tiny, unventilated rooms 'I had of short" cuts are necessary to complete I,

j i Mr. Bretz said there are three important : !I My first day in Clewiston was .spent seen in other places, a study in con- the task before dusk., EYES EXAMINED. GLASSES FIT-
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facts to be considered 'in con-|FAMOUS LECTURERSEES ,I with persons whose enthusiasm was I trasts. The lovely homes each dif- Newell's subscribers 'number 'sever-

'.- nection with the !North New river canal -I BIG FUTURE!'I Iso contagious that I found myself ferentfn, design and all of them most al hundred persons who reside each FED BY A PHYSICIAN SPECIALIST.

route, namely, better and more adequate -' thinking and speaking of "our city." artistic, showed what could' be done summer in the isolated camps and resort PRICES REASONABLE -

: i I I. means of controlling ,Lake Okee I (Continued' from page 1)) We climbed over every foot of the Jwith' that marvelous building material hotels of, America's greatest .
4 chobee by opening the road and / huge mill, from top to bottom. Celotex I
up I sugar made from the by-product of natural park. Unjil 192S these vaca- Pahokee Optical Co.
canal; creation of a canal 'which I in the midst of it The motto'of Clew- Everywhere were workmen engrossed 'i,
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cane. These houses would do credit tionist had no means of getting their
t" would be navigable, and. last, the I iston, might well)) be written VENI VI- I in their tasks The greatest sugar to any community in America home town newspapers. Since the I ,, Located in ''Kerr's Jewelry Store,

building of a highway which would : DI VICI. The conqueror rehabilita-1 mill in the United States is rapidly One the G ,
especially, house of Mrs. route
I I II opened the Chevrolet coupe has Wilder Bldg. Pahokee
c I serve every community in Broward: tion, came to Florida and to stay. nearing completion._ Its daily capacity I.I H. 'Houze, sister-in-lativ. of Mr Dahl- -

I' .. .' ,county and to the south. This road I Little did I think, when casually]) will be 4,000 tons of ,cane per day. berg, with its spacious rooms filled -- ---- -, -- -- -- J

11 '* would accomplish three important helping myself] to that common commOdity Competion of the program will mean with objects of art from far corners

;Ii; things at once, Mr Bretz said. I on the dining table, sugar that three mills will have ten thous- I; of the world,, was revelation Here Official A. C. L. Railroad watch inspector

I !I Speakers said it"is '''of great importance that I should come to the south, and, and tons per day. each providing four I one' could see to what unusual uses' I

I j that the people of Broward where a few short 'years before, vast hundred and fitfy thousand tons of Celotex had
I II I been put not the least M. P. BOGGS
j county co-operate and organize and I| uninhabited and uninhabit able I I sugar annually; five hundred thousand of which was a perfect extension to '

that if 'Broward county would organize I swamps teeming with alligators and I I tons of fibre I and I I an otherffse large dining ,loom table

into a unit and submit logical da-1 other noxious pests, literally waste twenty seven million gallons of molass In an emergency. ( JEWELERExpert 1

ta to the state highway commission lands, with my own eyes I should see es. representing annual sales in ex-I '
The groups of houses for the workingmen Watch. Clock & Jewelry' RepairsClewiston
that the North New River canal route miles upon, mnes'of healthy growing cess of fifty millions of dollars. ,
/ the communities for the colored -
would be selected by the commission. sugar cane. And yet sugar has playedan of this means employment of between I l
folk, all told of thought and Florida Hays B'ld'g.
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Engineers' estimate of cost of..-building important part in the history of ; fifteen and twenty thounsand labor- I
consideration. Above all the fine
the Miami and North New river world affairs. NapoJeon. Bonaparte fcrs The possibilities fairly stagger ,

' canal routes. show that the latter gave this ,industry serious consideration 'one." As I passed by, the workmen in- -------

road could be built at a much less in his plans of empire building. terested me so much that I had to fI
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FRIDAY
OCTOBER 11, 1929

I TWO BLACK CROWS PLAYING FLORIDA IDEAL FORWINTER the highest percentage of possible
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: By The Way Have You Heard- FOR SALE
AT THE KETTLER AVIATION sunshine, over 60" per' cent in winter J
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Ford Truck 1926
0 and over 70 per cent in model. Will sell
-- -- spring, but,
also, because of Its cheap.. Good condition, all good tires.
latitude
Moran and Back : called the
popularly most
known Dr. and Mrs. W. J. Buck of Belle t I
Mrs. Alice McKay Kelly, well L (Continued from Page 1)) f See
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intense C. AvantSTRAWBE'R
in the Two Black Crows whose hialr- sun light of, any lowland east
lecturer who spent several days in Glade spent Wednesday morning' ...
LJ ious phonograph records are knownto of Texas. In December the Intensityof.
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'Clewiston left Thursday for West t: .Clewiston Q.
the American public everywhere, I I percentage of sunshine, moderate sunshine" Florida' exceeds that Y PLANTS
Palm Beach from where she will re"
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make their debut on the audible winds, and' the entire absence of such in the north by over 50 per cent This MISSIONARY 1
turn to her home in Nek York City.' Jim Taylor Hendry County tax
'I collector was o business visitor' in screen in a gay, all-talking and sing disagreeable elements as seet and fine year.roun'd climate shoii'l certain- $2.50 per 1,000Cash

Mrs.Ed Drinkwater has accepted Clewis ton. ing ,.comedy-romance; appropriatelytitled snow both of which, as all know, are I i for .pleasure flying. With Orders

teacher In the "Why Bring That Up." In this negative factors in Florida. The variable Louis
as FOR SALE Skrobick
an appointment ) I I -Packard six Sedan.
\ latest Paramount production which favorable elements begin in October -
Clewiston school, \1 I A. B Cherry, secretary' to CaptainF. I Fine shape., Bargain. See''' Mr. Wall at Moore Haven, Fla..
.. ( will be shown inWest Palm Beachat when the' rainfall diminishes I I
::. Deane Duff left this J week on a : Clewiston Building Material Co.
Chris Leiter ill for the past 'week fewweeks vacation In Ohio .Mrs the Kettler Theatre, all week rapidly over the northern and west I I ,

is still confined to tils home in Celo- ) starting Saturday, October 12, thesetw ern portions, making Florida a dry i
William Cecil Owen,is acting as Captain I i
famous' stars of "Carrolls Vani winter season, comparatively, as
) .. Duff's secretary during Cherrys J
.textown.1'i' ties" are supported by a fine cast compared with other states whose '- ,
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absence. I
Mr. *ud Mrs. Roy Dunaway and .JVIr featuring Evelyn Brent and Harry rainy season occurs during the winter ELECTRIC, 1VORK'THAT PAYS BIG DIVIDENDS IN

and Mrs. Tom Smith were Sunday Kelly of New Green. months. The numerous streams. both i )_ .
Mrs. Alice McKay : .: SAFETY AND COMFORT. .
of Mr That Up. was especially lakes 'and rivers make it for "
evening callers at the home. York .was a dinner guest,at the homeof "Why Bring possible .

and Mrs. John Chenet. Mrs 'G. H.: H ouzo Wednesday. written for Moran and Mack by the hydroplane to,find a home amost I \ /

.I. -- Octavus Roy Cohen, the popular author anywhere and at any time no' fear "Don Strike a- 1'vlatc1z-Prcss a BullorrI' .",. ?

.UIr. and Mrs. Samuel Turner Brooks" .' B. C. G.Foxw"orthY.. Fo\vi orthy-Lee I I of the ""Darktown Birmingham" I of ice and its associated .objectionable' I I iCANTRELL .

and. family spent the week end. ., in company of Clewiston and Fort Myers stories, long a feature in the aSturday factors. i ELECTRIC COMPANY ,

West Palm Beach- 't" -.t--:-" s'a business' ,.visitor| here last week I.I Evening Post. The story give Moran Florida has the sunniest winter I Clewiston, Fla. Phone Conn

,,-'; .---- and Mack ample opportunity to carryon climate in'the eastern United" States .

A, R., Lynn; piano tuner;..of Wau-' l. :Mr. and Mrs. Roy Dunaway entertained I I their line of "tired"' humor everyone The Florida. peninsula not only has ;I / '.'

chula was in Clewiston, this" week, I,f at their home Monday evening. knows so well and i; play --
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,Mr. and''Mrs Dave Alston' and;'.Julius refreshments were ,'ser,'ed. Present. .said to be based on their earlier .experiences -

Alston motored to Tampa Tues: were Mr. and Mrs Dunaway,', Mr. i in the theatre. I i \

day. ; and Mrs. John Chen t, ,Charley Minor, I Moran and Mack, of course, are 3.1 I't' f acs. ,
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fir,4 and Mrs.' John: Mowry wereMonday I '. ";'"- i Their I peculiar .humor; slow, drawling /" ;":':, ';'. ,..;.',... .. ,':j,. ),'. < \ 0 ..... ...,. .,.
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.evening callers at 'the: ;In a 'party of'Clewis on ites motor I I sleepy, and shuffling defies all de 7.g" .

Mr. and Mrs.Roy' L. Simpson.. :I- 'ing to.'Lake Placid Sunday" were Mr.\ scription. And there seems litte doubt .' I '. .' :" : '. '
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j and Mrs .E. L.. Stewart, Mr and Mrs. I I that their debut on the audible screen .(, 1 w' .; '
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,:Mrs-, .William' G. Ames, accompanied- :,1 :L. A, ,Morgan, ',Bill 'Hooker and EdDrinkwater. will be hailed with delight by audiences i, ,

by her son, Leonard returned to Clevis \ 'I' ::. I I everywhere. For if the Two j 0 j .. ; -
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n' this wetk frorn her home _,! \ ---:- Black Crows are funny. on' records

Cold Spring on the Hudson where: '' Sam Frazer in charge of the installation I I and ,on the radio, they. are a scream f;

she spent the summer.: :. of the mill rolls at theClewiston in this picture which suits their undeniable '

I ---- I I job''I talents to ,the proverbial "T". |;

Mrs "K. C. Alston of Belle. Glade'. after having been) confined to his II The entire production ,of 'Why'; .
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Clewiston.. I .;.
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scenes of a gala "first" night in daz- .
Mrs. J: E. Ferns of'Pefry, FIn., accompanied son Wilbur" and Mrs .,J. E Ferns I -7'J ,'\ .
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coor. are clever j ; :. '
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1\11.1 dancing girls and several new song <
in decision Friday for an ,indefinite ami Monday. : ,; '
.i I -'fl" hits destined to be prime favorites ev-
visit with_ her mother and ( .I

father. Mr.and, Mrs; A. G. iio'ntgom.. '. H. C. Jones, formerly)' of Jackson- erywhere. I I I I'U
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G. B. Rackstraw who confined for the. Atlantic Coast Line railroad. i i -
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to, his home for the past few l He is succeeding Mr Putnam who : 1 ). ;
manager 1
theatre in "Close Harmony"is j 5-- a
'weeks following an operation Is l'apid-/|{ liarbeen. transferred 'to the ticket I /
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t t. manager of \\the Two 'Black Crows. .
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byl ll\Ir. Dahlberg and on the inspection All I'
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cane fields, dances will ,
comprise a committeeto "
iston division with P '.G. Bishop vice .. the cities' to raise their millage, if j :, '
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president in charge 'o f operations Mr. necessary' for. improvement or to enjoy *', I '.
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P, G. "
Bishop, Wham G.
Ames drum and bugle. corps aIJlo'ng the local ': .
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of lower millage and ,in instances
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Boy Scouts were discussed t :
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superintendent of operation, and construction Jimmy Armeson and :Franlk.: Richmanu : ; IrartSchalTncr 4c'Ma' :
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of the Clevistonfactory. \ \ I, were named ,a committee .to. make I I I -. 'I. ,, ".
Mr Dahberg followed the; that ( I :
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arrangements -
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has been done on the construction of On a flag committee weie !appointedWilliam : I ; -,-,. .(: I S
with initials E. L, H. Reward Returnto .
the 2,500 ton a day addition to.'the'. Cecil Owen, Fred Puryearand : \ '/ ". t ". ("
E. L Hess. Southern Sugar Co. '
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factory and was visiby 'impressed Dan Allen, Owen to see that 'the 'it. /

with the virtually completed installation flags at the school ,are properly displayed 3 TP \/RQ ; 150' t ..'.:';',: I ,;

factory of was the a 18 nine new roll mill mill rolls.last\ Tb.e Purj;ear to have charge of the KETTLER ..THEATRE i I" ,::;'.". ."'.'.0"i... \. ... : !';i,;":\,"j;. pI ,
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Legion
colors 'and Allen to see that : {
I. .A feature of'Mr,' Dahlberg' inspection 1' the merchants' flags- are properly displayed West V ,Palm Beach. Fla. : ;: : :: ;

was a trip through the Canal v } lif
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Point division of the Souther Sugar nS 1 _' INSPECTIONS ; ,
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: company ..f NEWS MAKES, ARRANGEMENT ALL WEEK F. :' '.."I. ./,

Boarding railroad flat cars which FOR PUBLICATION October 12 1 l' to 18, 1929 : f. :

had been fitted with .temporary seats ..... -$ .. IS,

Mr. Dahlberg and his Florida officials (Continued b from page H) Paramount Sound News \ \ { 'TO'E'Act C'H'S'UIT .--: -, '.' >

traveled for almost an hour, the" \ "The Eyes AND EARS of the. World" I :, .....:tA::\ ". '"' : \.',.. 't."
tracks' recently co pleted by the Cornel Q Is any hardship to be workedon '

Young Company \vinding between i ."the banks in providing for the I 1' J\ :: T' .

thousands transference \ .. JAN GARBER'S BAND .,, '. ,. ,
of acres of tall waving ; of the funds? : .
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"Favorites of Palm Beach"George IN ,
In A. No. Under :;
sugar cane. one instance the party I the provisions'of the .' (> ....
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passed cane cutters harvesting seed act, the state treasurer is required to .' \; : :;:' ''HART SCHAFFNER' & MARX'f.; .

cane for fall planting. retain the funds In the banks where De \Washington > : : .I .

Farther along tractors were scrap- they are on deposit for such time as I "An. Unusual Artist"* :t X: : .' .,' SHOPS. AN ARMY OF FAULTFINDERS "'. :; .'; 4b

tog roads to is deemed reasonably
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facilitate travel in the ,necessary for I "

fields; two and a half miles south 'of them to comply with" the act by n furnishing MORAN AND ) MAKES OVER 1 150 IN-J':; ); ;

Canal Point sugar mill the party saw security on the deposits. ., MACKI I .
the partly constructed ..laborers J How are the collective funds, "The Two Black Crows"in '' ;
camp, for ., : SPECTIONS OF EVERY PROCESS \
in the Canal Point division placed atj, the disposal of a special I : '
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and at several crossings, field foreman administrative: board under the ope- WHY BRING THAT UP? < :; .. IN THE MAKING. OF A SUIT.I .:. h-:. .
"Funny Ah Ha! Don't ask!" : ;
driving 'skeeter ration of senate bill : '
automobiles number to /
one, :
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scurried over the muck.,in pursuit of be used for the benefit of the various : ''
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their duties. Florida counties? I ./ :.',J..
Before leaving for West Pam Beach A. In'' bond-burdened counties the ; ;..

where he was to board the eighttrain I money will go for the payment prln- I THE "FAIR" AWNING ,<" .v; WE REPEAT-"SA TISF ACTION 'i ,: *
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for jacKsonvllle, Mr Dahlbergsaid cipally. ,of the Interest and original SHOPPEQuality '.' : J
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: Indebtedness represented by bonds ': .,i' YOUR MONEY BACK" ;;: \ '

"I am very well pleased with the In counties with no bonded indebtedness Price Remembered Is Forgotten Long After ;I: \;', :. I'I <,{ :;

progress that has been! made since the money is to go for highway AND ':
No 10 Lakeview Arcade, Lakevievr (\ THAT GOES 100 J PER CENT, \ t ','
my last visit to Florida. Excellent construction and improvement. I '. ;
Avenue :.: .
work has been done' in al branchesand J. When a county's bonded Indebtedness .... AT ; .. .. .

I am well satisfied with the ap is paid up, what will then be Phone 20229 -, I

ttearance of the cane In both the done with its proportionate. part. of I, West Palm Beach FloridaY'I I II : r ,;' f

Clewiston and Canal Point areas.: the funds?. I '

A It's share Is then to be appliedto I PROTECT YOUR : '

LOCAL VETERANS road construction and Improve EYES I'' ." Hudson the Clothier

MAKE PLANS ment within Its boundaries. ,

I. __ I Q. ,How' will tre cities benefit They are your most valuable ,

(Continued from,, page 1) through the operation of the Carlton ,possessions. .. Hudson The Clothier's. .

plant to relelve counties ,
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special MOORE'S Inc I \
sponsored .by the American Legion. road and bridge districts of their Optometrists OpticiansWest II I _' Hopkins Block Clewiston

In connection with the dances it bonded .
was indebtedness I .
I Palm Beach, Fla. ) 4
decided that the Show Boat orchestra A. It is apparant that as the bonded Dr Buck's office Belle Glade Mondays I
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which has been playing for the Cotillion Indebtedness Is reduced and the In-I ." Lake View Hospital Clewiston 1 j ':

club dances would be re.1erest charges towered the county Tuesdays. II ,
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