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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 18, 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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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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\'J] LEWISTON FLORIDA FRIDAY OCTOBER 18 1929
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; I 'P-T: A PLANSFfflST 100, Royal For Palms Local StreetMore BRIGHT 0 U TLOOK WATER TABLE IS News -Classified Gets Hess's PenA MERCHANTS PLAN


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MEETINGOF than: 100 ',Royal.Palm trees FOR FARMING IN I l SRTISFA8TLiY small classified ad in the Clew DRIVE FOR MORE
iston News
will be placed In rows along Royal last week brought back

Palm avenue' from the Sugarland i to E, L. Hess of the Southern Sugar

TERM TODAY 1 highway to Avenlda Drl I Rio on the GLADES IS SEEN SAYS PATTERSON1 company an expensive: fountainpen lOG A L BUSINESS

ridge in following out the beautifi- which her treasured highly as
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., .--- cation pan for the street: It was an a gift.

Record ,Attendance Is nounccd yesterday by Charles A. Farmers Who Can Plant ;,Drainage Head Pleased Returning from a tour of the properties Comprehensive Educa-
last week Mr.Hess missedhis
Jackson In, charge of the work. .
Expected At, SchoolHouse The street* is now being boule- To Get Big Profit After 'Survey Of pen and immediately placed a tional Campaign Will

Meeting This, yarded with a driveway on either Says Jackson. North Glades. small classified advertisement, in Be Launched By Better

.side ,of the parkway: In the center the Clewiston News offering reward -
( Afternoon. \ Business Group.
., similar to Central avenue. On either With farming in' many sections of Survey of all drainage units on to the finder.,

i side of the parkway and lining the state delayed, because of high lands of the Southern Sugar company Saturday morning he received a
Definite plans for the Members of the
acthoiUes''of Clewiston
the both curbs will be Royal Palms, water the market outlook for northern, over the fifty mile stretch around letter from Mr. Summer of No. 9 Better
Clewiston Parent Teacher Business League, determined to make
ciation asso- while In the center work of plant ...Everglades farmers and those of other ; Lake Okeechobee In the northern Everglades Celotextown stating that he had
during the I a concerted effort
present school to keep
0:. term will ing grass and shrubs has already sections of the state who are able, shows the water, table con- found the pen and learned the money
be definitely of Clewis ton
outlined at shoppers home took
the first been started.ELABORATE. to get In their crops, is exceptionally ,-; dition to be "very satisfactory"' according owner Identity through the News
official steps at their
membership meet- regular meeting In the
to R.Y.. Patterson, in chargeof advertisement He enclosed the
promising according to Charles
ing of the \
body this term Clewiston Inn
at the Clew-, to launch an educational -
stop house A. Jackson, agronomist for the Clew-) drainage operations for the Southern fountain pen explaining that he did
school
at three campaign to
o'clock increase
the volume
,; not want reward
PLANS iston, Sugar company. a .
this afternoon, it was announced here'', company of local business. I i
The outlook for excellent prices on I Mr. Patterson who is also supervising I
yesterday by Mrs. R. Y.: Patterson, I Although the major arguments in
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,, president of the/Parent Teacher asso MADE BY AID FOR beans which will reach the market, ....I i it1 the extension, .of drainage operations I the campaign, will be carried in news-
ciation- as late as December 20 is very. pro' around the southern shore of COUNTY SOLONS
I la'le paper advertising, delegations from
j ; ising according to Jackson who sees, the 'reported progress in tne
With the cooperation of all Clev- I the merchants association will ad-
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; 0 THREE: DAY FETE construction of additional pumping
heavy profits for those Florida farmers -
istonltes interested in APPROVE
the welfare of TAXES dress the membership of the various I
rj who now have beans. units which will bring the, capacityof M
the school
I children, the local P. T., organizations in the community.
A.;; Mrs Patterson said, will do everything "The Christmas holiday market is pumps on Southern Sugar company Discussion of the at
move
proposed
William G. Ames FOR ,
Mr lands to than THIS YEAR
never very good" Jackson said "but more 1,000,000 gallons -
possible, to make !
; this a banner the meeting brought out the fact that
Names Long List beans reaching the 'market up to December of water per minute.
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year
__ with good roads to the east coast
To 20 will command a wonderfulprice. 'In the'Pahokee, district, Mr. Pat- I-
encourage attcndance'at the For Committees live wire merchants of those commu-
first ." terson reported installation of pumps Tax Roll and Assessor
meeting of the term this after- nities are vitally .interested In getting
,and 'engines in the two unit plantIs
Early onions from Florida reaching
#.' noon the P. T. A. will award prizes Launching an ambitious five year Statement,AcceptedBy part of the $30,000 weekly payrollsin
to ,that school which I, the northern markets before the first' rapidly progressing. The electric
loom
is best program to pay for a new parsonage Commission. Clewiston, and it,was the consen-
I _, represented I of the Texas crop will bring good light plant has been installed and
by parents at the !
meeting 'I for the Clewiston, Community churchto sus of opinion that if Clewiston mer-
I belieYes-.a the unit will be completed about the
and prices ,Jackson\: d bases his
.tI according to the enthusiasm
'Mrs. chants to continue to successfully
William G.
be started soon, are
first November. This unit will con'sist Approval and
of acceptance of the
being shown in opinion on the fact that the northern ,
town there will be ,
a. Ames president of the Ladles Aid compete with out of town merchants,
(Please turn to onion crop this year ,was not as good. of two 54 inch Wood screws witha 1929 tax rolls was the feature of the
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page committeesfor the local publicto
j of church named all must educate
the they
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as expected., capacity ,of 120,000 gallons of water regular meeting' of the Hendry county -
a bazaar to be held November 21, r the fact that shopping can be (tone
minuteAt commissioners
"There should be considerable money per in La Belle when
: DISSTON 22 and 23 and on Wednesday conferred as economically( in Clewiston as in
ISLAND !' made in Florida onions this,, year" the South Line plant, six miles I I the necessary: warrants were attached
with chairmen of the various the agronomist said "although the south of Clewiston walls of the founda to each of the assessor's books coast cities.

j 1. LAND OWNERS IN "" the committees I bazaar., to* work out details for, .greater,profits_ will be made on those Hon have been poured and the floor On the motion of Commissioner I (Please turn to page 5)CHICAGO

f"Bigger shipments t reaching the markets before was to be poured later this' week, Stewart seconded by Commissioner
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and better than :s
J ever the first shipments from the completing? the preparations for the Delaney payment, of bills as read was
." ANNUALMEETJNC.I i Mrs. Ames's slogan for the bazaar Texas received. However installation of the machinery, approved, with the exception of a bill VISITOR
I I ;, : \ ; : ": this year which is to be held in the crop are k
1 1 Please turn to page 5 Construction of the levee on the for $6 from L. M. Hatton. Jr.; ; $8.15
I ____ show of the Clewiston Motor
I rooms (Please turn to page 5)RECONDITIONEDa ) from the Clewlston Motor company HIGH IN PRAISE
'I I company and women of the' cmmunity I
f npointment Of Glen I I i and $2.20' from the Tampa Tribune
r have promised their whole hearted Press. Bills ordered paid amounted to

/ Williams Sought cooperation.Mrs., fi RS.1 STEWART IS 1 $187.37 from the general revenue, OF LOCAL WORK}
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Claude Downs of the Watanabe -
For, District.Reappointment fund, $205.99. from the road and bridge!

1 of Glen Williams chairman hotel, and has the been committees named general named NAMED TREASURER! I LA: BELLE ROADS "I fund.' Witnesses called to testify before 'XX" S. Mansell- Spends

as superintendent ,of the Disston Island are as follows. "', the grand jury or in :the fall sessionof ,Week Here. On Auditing
I '.., drainage! district will"be sought i { Publicity.1Irsrom-,Smithl\Irs-- ; OF WOMANS CLUB I IN', GOOD ,s Apr: 'circuit court' -cost the'county $616.-,
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:owners of the Disston Island 1 I I Please turn to Page 5 .,'
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the Everglades drainage board, it Public Welfare : There Is no combination of words
BUSINESS! MEN TOMARKER Is Topic Two Mile Stretch East FARMSBE.JIIS
SEf111NOLE ,
,:' was decided, at the annual meetingof which can accurately portray the ope-
Of First
the property owners in the nor- Meeting Of Clewiston soRepaired. rations of the Southern Sugar company -

thern Everglades district held i in SEEI{ AIR Of Fall.Mrs. THPJENGGreen > jn the, northern 'Everglades ac

", .. :Moore Haven # .- 1 cording to 0. S. Mansell, assistantto
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: Because there was not a sufficient Elbert L. Stewart was appointed 'BELLE, Oct. 17.-The different J. F. Kearns, comptroller' of the

number of votes represented to hold To Ask R. R. To Paint treasurer of the Clewiston Wom- roads leading into La Belle' are ,now Plants On Black I Celotex company and director Iij the

(.. an election' to name the supervisor, Name Of Town On an's clu.b at the first fall meeting at passable owing to the efforts of the Southern Sugar company who spent II

the reappointment. Williams will the Clewiston Inn, to fill the unex- county commissioners J The Sugarland Dry Muck, Paint'' Rosy the past week in Clewisfou.ancl Canal : I

be sought. Depot ,Roof. pired. tern of./Mrs. G. Lawton Sims Highway, from Fort :Myers 'to La Belleis Picture In Glades."With Point on business.Mr. A''
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..".. Ao", r '., ._In a verbal report, Fred Flanders -- who has moved to Canal Point. Mrs. now in good condition with the excePtion Mausell: who is auditor in the Ii:

: engineer, for the district traced the Air-minded members of the Clewis- Wilber D. Cole was appointed chair- of a few rough spots near the I "\ 20 acres in beans to be mar- Chicago office made thorough inspec-

: progress made, but a :written report ton Better Business. League will ask man of the Program committee. Lee county line in Hendry county. keted about the first week'in December tion tQur of the Florida holdings of

.l} ,will be compiled by him and released. the Atlantic Coast Line railroad to Mrs. W. J. Buck, wife! of ,Dr. W. J. The washout near Dr.Terrell's. resi- the future" looks exceptionally I ,the Dahlberg interests and was en-
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'1 :'f J\ In the near future. paint the name of the town on Clew- Buck of Belle Glade gave an interesting 1 dence between Fort Denaud and La bright" said John Mowry, local 'man ,'thusiastic in his praise of the work

A complete audit( of the ,affairs of iston*s freight station with an arrow ) ,talk on Public Welfare from the :Belle has been ,fixed with a temporary ager of the Seminole Farms'with ope- being pushed in the Clewiston and \

\ Disston Island drainage district from pointing to the 'municipal airport, it newspaper writer's n Canal Point divisions of the Southern :
viewpoint and l bridge held down by cabbage palms. rations north and south oC the Sugar-
I 1 I' the inception of the district ,vas ordered was decided, at the regular meeting of Mrs. William G. Ames who spent for It fs a little rough at the approchesbut land highway beyond Bare Beach. Sugar company.
and this will within the merchants association at the identified "The activity here is most impressive
be ready several years. ,was with passable. The{Moore Haven high- While farmers of the lower Even

f the next few weeks. Clewiston Inn. Woman's clubs !in Cuba told of wel- way is in passable; le condition exceptin back of Miami are anxiously waitingfor and though Chicago keeps well :
The Southern with The action followed discussion of informed what is being done at :
Sugar company fare work on
accomplished by women's north La Belle ,where there are the water to recede, Mowry and
thousands. of acres of sugar cane in the rapid development of Miami into organizations in that country. sevaral large j holes filled with water. other farmers of the northern Glades'are Clewlston. there is no combination of .: l

the Moore Haven" section is a ]large the nation's winter aviation capital, Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, principal of The Immokalee-Everglades road is in looking to an exceptionally good words which can accurately portray

..: land owner in the Disston Island district and it was the consensus of opinion the Clewiston school, outlined plans good condition. market. the picture. of .the operations. in the I
'.( 1 hat in view of the fact that Clewis- \ northern Everglades"
".. for public welfare work in the school The beans on the Seminole farms
R.. Y. Patterson of Clewiston, was ton has ,a municipal airport and a this year.Since Clewiston company 'has smoothed out are already a few inches above the Having completed his work here ;

:I ... present hangar, aviators, flying over the I the organization of the local the rough ,spots on most of the, Clew- ground in rich black: soil which is Mr. Mansell returned this week to :'

Glades should be so informed. : Woman's club .three'years ago the I istn streets caused by the heavy rainsof considered as good as any other seation Chicago. I

I f SCHOOL OPEN AGAIN Following the unanimous passing ofa members have been active in beauti- the past few weeks, and the two of the fertile land on the lake ,
, motion, President Cecil V. Parkinson fication work in the Clewiston the I and SAVINGS INCREASE
i community and mile stretch from to shore. The land is high and dry
! After being closed two weeks be- instructed Miss Marian Leydig. have cooperated with the Clewiston Pain Beach county line is now in 'good i the young green plants on the rich

,I ". ,cause of flood conditions, the Hendry secretary, to communicate with the company in following out the beautification condition as result of work done on black muck have drawn favorable The' postal savings department of ,

county schools in La Belle are open Atlantic Coast Line railroad asking program in Clewis ton. the road early this week. No damage 1 comments from passing motorists. the Clewiston post office which was

.f, .' again. ,The grammar school which that the name of the town be painted New members of the club acceptedat ,was done to the Sugarland highway Work of installing the overhead ir- established three weeks ago is show- I
I was to have opened. two weeks ago on, the freight station root at, the it was reported
the recent, meeting were Mrs. John from the Palm Beach county line rigation as a protective measure ing steady progress. i
i.. postponed its, opening until Monday .east end of town with an arrow point- Mowry and Mrs. Hall and out of through South' Bay and Belle Glade against frost damage progressing. yesterday by R.Y.. Patterson, post, ,

lit( .. .' when It began this year's term. ing the direction to the landing field. town guest were Mesdames W.J.. during the rains.Temporarr rapidly, Mowry said. master. ... __ I I

I Buck Morris, Brown, and Walter : reairs have again been f

t,: :. WORK ON NEW GOLF COURSE FOR Grier of Belle Glade. stretch made on and the whil Belle the road Glade-Pahokee is passable HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT WILL KEEP (



1 I:, ., : CLEWISTON NEARING COMPLETIONing Pahokee Rotarians driving dangerous creep in too low near and gear.passing the shoulders" automobiles is still, NEWS READERS POSTED ON ACTIVITY J


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i 'r ; Clewiston golf enthusiasts this '.in'l' and developing of Clewiston calls From HeadquartersBusiness Belle Glade .P. 'T. A. Editors Note. This Is the first of association has been organized and I

[;:. ter will enjoy play on a nine for an 18 hole course but for the PlannedLake For a series of stories of activities at at their first meeting plans, for' bas'

C : course which is now being completed, present the second nine is being usedas men of Pahokee are daily Being the Clewiston school as seen ket ball teams for boys and girls !

:;"., here, and* according to reports made an aviation field. The course was expecting to receive a charter from Town School through the eyes of a school pupil. were made. A basket ball, court is\ '

'i '" by company officials this week it designed and built under the directionof Rotary International for the formingof ... -- Hen -Storey ,high school student, expected to be ready for use this

I ; ,won't be long now until the activities Stiles 'and Van Kleek, golf course the Pahokee Rotary club it was To v improve conditions in the will cover activities at the schoolin week. Plans for a tennis tournamentwere

;:r,' ; i of the local golfers are transferred architects. learned this week, and it is expected schools whenever ,possible and to a signed article for the Clewis discussed as many of the mem-

from the 'small irons course in Civic In addition to the work on the that George Bensel of West Palm promote a closer cooperation between ton News every week. one to keep them busy until the i

'. Center park to thQ'new" regulationnine course proper, beautification work is Beach. Rotary governor for this district -: parents and teachers, leaders of the ... BY HENRY STOREY........... opening of the basket ball season. l
',- hole course adjoining the municIpal being pushed? under Charles A. Jack- will receive notice of the grant- Woman's chili of Belle Gade were The doors of the Clowiston high Among those entering the tourna- f

airport. son who is supervising the placing of ing of' the charter within the next scheduled to meet yesterday afternoon school were opened to 160 pupils on ment were. Jewel Lowe, Marcia Avant
j'! ,1\ 1 All of the fairways have 'been thor several hundred trees about the few days. to form definite plans for the organization October 1. The enrollment of last Dorothy Deam Frances Tippey, Grace

('. oughly sodded and ,the grass had been course. Tentative plans are now being of a Belle Glade Parent Teacher year at no time exceeded this and it Moltz, Margie Harvel, Betty Spicer,

mowed several times and work Is A hard surface I road is being constructed made for the accepting of the charter association. is believed that this number will be Vesta Allen and Roberta George. The

now progressing on the building of to the course and work has .and it is believed that Rotarians from Duties coming tinder the scope of greater later in the year. The faculty boys are: Wallace Allen, Merrel

greens and tees. This work is now been started on the building of an- cast coast communities will be present operations of a parent teacher asso- has also become large due to an addition I Lowe. Junior Jeffries, George Bestor

1 t;, ; approximately, two thirds complete I Ii other hard surface road around .the ciation in Belle Glade have formerly of one teacher, Mrs. Drlnkwater. and Richard Bestor. The drawingswill

,i (,.' and the course on completion will be entire nine hole course. Shoulders of Although the club was recently been discharged by the Woman's club I be made sometime this week and

", one of the best' ,in this section of the this road will be planted ,with trees formed there is 'already a movement members but it is felt that the town It (Is hoped that this year there the matches will be played: Monday

\ :',, '): state. ,I ," and shrubs in keeping with the com I under way for the organization of a has grown sufficiently to encouragethe will be an advancement in athletic I Last week Dr. F.L.. Tatom con-

I The John, Nolen plan for the build-I pany's beautification program. Boy Scout troop in the lake town organization of ;a P.T.. A. activities of the school. An athletic. Please! turn to Page 5Ii.
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FRIDAY. OCTOBER 18.. 1929.
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The Clewiston..News '.: ;, CABBAGES AND KINGS \. The state hotel department under ,I in operating expenses, a report given .

Successor to The Clewiston Progress '.'J: the direction of Commissioner, Ben, I to Governor Doyle 'E. Carlton reveals.

H. Bostaln has shown a surplus to be The sum of $17,403.61 will be expended .

Entered as second-class matter. February S, 1928, at. the _post office, r.: Jwas born .on a wind-jammer's rolling deck used'for advertisng which is nearly this year giving pubicity. for FlorIda I

at Clewiston Fla., under the Act of March 3, 1879. 'I. three times the total amount of the I and its hotels, while the amount "" '
And have sailed the seven seas; ." S L past two years, as well as having effected used for this purpose the last two. IV

LOUIS MORGAN ......:.,.........................................,-...-....... Publisher I've seen my share of- storm and wreck \' / I a saving of more than $14,000 years was 608300.

And I love the ocean breeze ; ,
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TOM SMITH ...............:............................................................ Editor /> .

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Subscription Rates Deep in the earth my steps have trod -.'; \ ,
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By the, glim of. the miner's lamp,.. .f '
By mail outside of Florida By mail in Florida r -: '
A thousand feet from the good green' sod .
One year $2.50 One year $2.00 ,

Six months 1.60 Six months 1.00 With the reek of fire-damp. : ,, '
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Three months 1.26 Three months ..75NEWS' \
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..I know the smell of India's soil v.
PLATFORM or
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And the tang of Kaffir land -'
1. Definite control of Lake Okeechobee with water transportation .
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2. Early completion of the highways for local transportation and Have rounded the "Cape' with the 'seas'aboil .1 ,
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concentration of products. I i ._ ,
And have camped on the Rio Grande. _
3. A substantial downward revision of freight rates on vegetablfs and '
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other products of this region \ to the northern markets. r

4. The flu functioning of a cooperative marketing association for I've bit .r \
traveled around quite' a in my day ) -:': ; ,
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selling
both buying purposes. '-f
I But when all is done and said, ;;:- --L.. ,. '...:.: :.. ... ,. .;.""...:: .' Yt ..

-FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1929 -' I still lack the biggest thrill, they; ,say .. /: :,I : .::..,...,' .2.' '. \\. ARE. you throwing your" '
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For I've never been overhead. r' money in a garbage can? .
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WATER CONTROL \i A. E. Handley. r'. Every time you deposit ,

spoiled food into the garbagecan

it represents that much .
Hiealeah flooded; La Belle under water. These are a few of the headlines ',' '
PROTECT YOUR have
\ money you paid the

which have been leaping at us from the state press of the past few weeks THE "FAIR" 'AWNING EYES butcher, rocer, vegetable and 0 QOWE

to say nothing of conditions'in Georgia.. But Clewiston high and dry, and its \ milk man. A few cents a day 4 C Q)

SHOPPE They are'' most valuable invested in Sunshine Serv- '
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water control system definitely proven is pushing forward with home building your DEPARTMENT
/ I possessions. ICE will save you dollars
and beautification while all about us in-.the back country and at the Quality Remembered Long After C
worth of food and protect OMPat

mill preparations are nearing completion for the launching of the 1929-30 Price Is Forgotten MOORE'S Inc. ". health. Buy: ice
your
No. 10( Lakeview Arcade, Lakeview your
grinding season. Avenue Optometrists. Opticians_ from. the wagon or truck with .
West Palm Beach, Fla. Address and Phone
A six inch rain which fell In Ciewiston two weeks ago was drained off the Phone 2.0229 the Orange Oval Emblem. ,

townsite in slightly 'more than 24 hours and although heavy traffic played West Palm Beach' Florida Dr. Buck's office Belle Glade! Tues ..... rAr. /
days, 9:30 to 12:30. Lake Piew Hospital ---

..... havoc with the roads the Clewiston company crews are working road scraping 5 Clewistont Tuesdays, P. M. r=;j'r' rtW'JrFp'\ CfiE I

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machinery! and before the end of this week Clewiston streets will again --'-' .. ,I) 3', ... ... ._.... .\T!.,.d,.1i' ,s:t......... ._,. _........_ ]7
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high and dry Clewiston and read of'flooded areas in other sections of the -- -- ._ ,'.I ;" -::: ."- ....
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state again reflects the keen foresight'' B. G. Dahlberg who insisted on J'w'Zoi...u..1Ti.nrp.rt.tIo. LADY -4
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absolute water control before pushing ahead with his plans for the town- ATTENDANT

site development and the fashioning of the New Sugar BowLA ,

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Following that blow came another more disheartening whe'n more appeal. All occupational Licenses. expire Oct. 1 and if you have not already iJ
We want you to knowsthat Chevrolet has

than 100 people lost their lives during the great storm along Lake Okeecho- 'I' ._ brought within the reach of everybody 'done so you should make application at once for License for the year

1929 30. Otherwise will be in violation of
section 14491 Acts
bee and Miami on September 18, 192G. At about the time thegood people I everywhere, all the advantages of smooth, you ,
six-cylinder .. of 1929, Laws of Florida you 'are therefore respectfully; requested to
that-burden calamitywas performance. Come i in todayx!
there were staggering out from under an even greater
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: make application for License
The Roadster SS2S your at once.
The
Phaeton,
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this time visited upon them, when last fall more than 2,000 lives and 1 The Sport Coupe.,S61S; The Sedan SS1..S, 1675: The; The Coach imperial, $595; Sedan The Coupe.S695;SS9S The:
Sedan DeliicryS59S
millions of dollars of property were lost. Even those reverses could not keep All prices o. b.factory Flint Michigan
( J. I.. TAYLOR Tax Collector.
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insult to injury, the Mediterranean fly found its way into the orange and CLEWISTON
MOTOR CO.

grapefruit groves of the state. This, then, was the final blow. Assets which -
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fruit growers were unable to convert their fruit into cash because of the

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WHY PAY CASHFor
Newspapers in the north played upon it as if bank failures happened only : ;
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about Minnesota? How about Nebraska, and now New Jersey and New York? .::. jewelry when it costs you no more to use :,:

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leading, cucumber place of the laud as is Plant City for strawberries and .. 17

Sanford and Bradenton' for celery* while. the latter place also excels in tomatoes -.:. New Ladies Elgin Ladies White Gold i

not to mention v the oranges and grapefruit, especially those from the ::!: Bracelet Watches diamond rings, 1'2 K :!:

Indian. river section, which are out and away the best' in the world. These. I:.:j: $35.00 $125.00 ::1: I

things, coupled with the' fact that its winters are ideal, making It the, winter :!:
$5.00 Down. 25.00 Down. :!:

playground of the wealthy, and the added advantage that its summers,
\ :!: $2.00 a week.Gent's $3.00 a week. :_;: -
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desired by many people.-Pomeroy, 0., Daily Tribune. Hundreds of :::
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... Strap .' space will ,not, permit f:
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"Home Laying'Contest To Begin.In State First; :Of November.'.* ,Newspaper r

headline. That's j*s something* for carpenters to worry about. 0 :. 4.75 Down $1.00 Down, I ; COLD KEEPER
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2.00 week $1.00 week. .. 3
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With the number of 'convictions juries are 'returning.these days,, it canS : ', Maintains temperature 24 hours after Cur CfrI

only be assumed that the overcrowded condition In. jails is'the result of i CUNMNGHAM-RHODES JEWELRY CO. rent is turned off.

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Palm Beach
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Shearer's best bet now is ballyhoo man on a Staten,

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their Paramount pay, "The Lady Lies. I
4) BIG DAY PLANNED .
) Assigned to roles which required RIBBONS SALES REPACK .

consummate acting, Miss Colbert and CARBON PAPER SERVICEL. ;
FOR TALLAHASSEE with .
; Huston eendowed their parts -.' I
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,[ that very quality of thespIan skill. In C. SMITH & CORONA -

: 'j AIRPORT OPENING other less competent hands, the rolesof
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., M the successful lawyer and of the n :
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/ 'i' > beautiful charmer who had come in- Our representative; will// be in Clewiston on the twclvlh of each month .

//i '- :I iI i.:, IVaco Plane to his life might fall Into the Limboof For Glades
: ( : to be Given ,I special service notify Delivery. Machines picked up by

I I ., : :' ." To Visitor 'Holding forgotten screen portrayals.But them' delivered to us' and returned to you at a minimum charge.. A HOTEL IS SELDOM LIKE HOME '
'. with this pair, both of them masters m.

\c1.- Lucky Number. of pantomime the story is carried 21 Fagan Arcade West Palm Beach .

:. through with a perpetual tensity of .

:, T"(i' (Clewiston News Specal 8; ) fine, absorbing drama-romance. -- ITS DIFFERENT AT THE
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most elaborate celebrations ever I is a widower. They learn that. he is Here will find the
.' staged in Florida, here November 11 CLEWISTON SANITARY DAIRY '. you most pleasing .
friendly with a woman who is beneath .
and 12, C. Waller, chairman the
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attempt to intervene. '
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Festivities will start early Armisticemorning i
L. .hf. A beautiful romance thus seems to ;;, just as you enjoyed in your home.
with' an aerial parade over I
I be headed for the rocks when the .
the city. This event will be followed
two children of the widower become \ A few rooms are: now available for
r by a series Qf exciting events including -
contrite, assume the judgment-seat of PURE BREED GUERNSEY CATTLE
ra'ces, landing contests and exhibitions '
their father's behaviour and manageto guest who intend to make Clewiston '
by both private and Army and I
; effect a finale that meets with the
Navy ships. Airplane dealers will their home.
approval of all concerned. The children TUBERCULAR TESTED

;. have opportunity to demonstrate the Patricia Deering and Tom .---S, ... ,
ability oftheir respective crafts and (
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Drown, are newcomers to the screen,
baloons also will be included In the I
I but they will doubtless'be seen again, ENJOY '
I program An aviation ball will close YOURSELF AT THE
\' '# % as their work in the film is far and
the first day's events with dedication I S COMPANYS i
of child-acting. -
[ above the average CLEWISTON DAIRY /
fat cerecomies and the awarding of the i i /

1 i '. Governor, Carlton cup taking place, Charles Ruggles, veteran musical I
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Watanabe
I'' the, second and last day Appropriate I the fun relief in the piece- H's work Hotel

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p awards have been secured for the alone is worth the trip to ------ ----- -- --- --- -- ------ .

ners of each event Governor Carlton I' Theatre West Palm !Beach next rl.-------------7--------I I . .:'. (i" .. \ ,. \

will preside at the dedication cerc- Thursday, Friday and Saturday ... :.. CL'AUDE
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'; monye while the address of the day I Rounding out an exceptionallygood i. 1i 1 ."';'" )..j ';:=: .. Manager.. .

wifl be delivered by a prominent avia I II 1 '.
is "USE YOUR FEET"a : i 1 ... .
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tion figure General Cl as.P.. Sum- I ... .
I Collegian comedy. Latest happenings .rr ., CLEWIS TON LAUNDRY : 1.. "
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S I' of the world in,, News Events ; '
a I Staff of the United States Army has' : : -x ,!

I been invited to make this address. Other attractions for the week: Sun :1 home on El'Paso Avenue after ::', II
day and Monday the two wise crack- I 1 1ii ,
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, One of the most valuable prizes to,: ,

,)i be,given away: o nthis day is a new I It. ing youngsters of the movies; DorothyMackaill' June 15th. Modernly equipped in ,
in "HARDTO ii !
and Jack Oakie ;
Waco plane, to be awarded the holder I j -
t.. 4 GET.-They are well rememberedfor II ; : both Laundry and Cleaning ; -i'
Dry
7 ; of a lucky number by the Tallahassee J JI il :: :'i 1:' I I '
II .. .' post of the American Legion. I their remarkable performances in j I J ;; I .'.-,;'. 'I :

" I ,, The new airport is to be known as I "The Barker and "Fast Company.' J I \ .'>': Departments. '.-.' \ I "IN AMERICA'S NEW'SUGAR BOWL J

t! ( -,.,- the. Dae Mabry Fled, in honor of a j I I'This is Miss Mackaill's, talking debut, J :;: i",i Ii 1'1 1'1Ie .

': 'v. 003. man who ost his ire in the air i iI j Faro Nell a talking satire on old ,' .. ;( ,.. .. ,I IIi. I
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I 4 service Mr. Mabry s'a native of this i icity western Quality and Service good the1 { [ .\, ,: .' .
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and the son of the late Chief ,I .. .. ,. ,' ... . .:, .. : '
musical treat for all who love I iS .', ." best v' :1; .. j \ THE CLEWISTON INN 'f
is a :
'. Justice Milton H. Mabry. Capt Mali-,: i -.< \/ : -. : ..'.:" 5-' '. ... ., ;.: ::/ ;,1; ., .. ., I ,' ::-, .
( music. Pathe Review Paramount : .. (; .;. ., ; Iii ,''f"i. i \ ,

ry was killed"Roma"in in the Virginia wreck 9f Febrl-the ;,' News adds spice to this program. I II : ..Y ':. :,' \.:,>::;\"" .' '. '. J". . '.' }\3"?"::" ;;: >;\/'J I ; ." ,,",-On Lake OkeechobeeClewiston '

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.;: .ary 21 1!) 2.He. was born on March: I' Tuesday and Wednesday Ernest I .,' f,, 'j' ...- .r'' ,;;",* Watch: this space.. K.'**.. ,,-. .:'..:,'ok,' { {?;; ; '
21, 1891. i Torrence. Dorothy Sebastain in'the I II .\-', \ .,(" ''.'(I"' '' < .' ,v''. v *,," -\.. -...,-..-.. ., ... ./ ,_ ......" I : t : 5 5 "5 .

-. More than fifty ,pilots have already all talking mystery drama "UNHOLY :. '...'. '.,>>'*; .". :' / <. ".>' .\ :. !: : < ( 'i/\\ ; .., '
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notified the local'committee that they] NIGHT" directed by Lionel Barry- 1 : V: V': .' .',Y, S' ,. ',.... : '.' Florida
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_the creator of. Madame X", : "
will enter their planes in the various more ,' ;> : :
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> made to properly"care for thousands: ) and'a' Paramount News. ;:, :. > .;4;.':... Ir::1 ,
expected wit ,,'' r' -J.; ,, .- ;!t.'''t., -'...' ..-' o P'E.N .A"L L -'YEAR :
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of Commerce is active in arranging : I II ; -V- -
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:b ', gay--"THE and LADY often LIES'hilarious* a thoroughly all-talking I 666 a His 1 .' ;' :? :::? :';' 'd c ,; ; '{:: 'f i;..>;)t. :<: :y1 } tt:) ; i, I \. .

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concerned with marriage for t
comedy drama a Prescription 1 1 .
,' and morals, will be shown in I .. .. ,. ." ..0.... ,I \ ,'. r "
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and Sat- _BILIOUS, FEVER and I, : ; : :'Jf' ':
Thursday Friday
Theatre on MALARIA'j .7'
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'..I- cast is headed by Walter Huston, I : : po'' '
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rJ.- legitimate stage. deb- ./> ( .. : ':' .:" ". .. ,H.. : ". ':," 'f: : ... ; .' I It i
Huston, who recently made his : ::, < ,\ \' '. ." ,> :
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: w .. *, men of the Press,'* is cast as a wld- : : > ; ; THERE IS NOT A HOME, STORE OR ; I I

', -:: ower, the father of two growing chil- ; :: ,
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Complications J
i dren. ', I .A. : : f APARTMENT TO RENT IN CLEWISTONAT 1;
:t.l .. r ::' falls in love with a beautiful young : :: v/ f : ''

girl who does not meet the approval : ., ; i
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father torn. between dut to his chil- .: ;:!1 .
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"4!),' brought, Huston.him happiness gives one and of'' .the contentment finest- 1. 1// TO GET DETAILS ON THE POSSIBILITIES FOR IN- ;'1' ,- LIST OF PROSPECTIVE TEN-

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,; 'j I 1 .- '"' role made to order for Huston .whot t. VESTMENT IN ; ': :}) ANTS. i


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Huston also gives a restrained : ...J ; ;
with
k I+I'." -:?"'.; / in love effective performance The r ( .. :.. ;. ;,' t .;/ .. : {:\ ; : THAT. TELLS. THE, STORY.

' : : in which ,she fights to hold (1"", .t.. .. '-:,. :.' :':,. ,,,j<.:.<, '. l; manner ; ; : ... .
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testi ')' :.; 31 ",::;, :::, -, wr'. .': .
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!:i.... fy.. I':"" .'1'4':._ 'j ..,": .5.,. : \).,. ,.. Gentlemen:-I am interested In 1':: l

: Ruggles, oneBroadway's' I -. ; .,. ; if" '.' your 'easy plan for saving. Withoutobligation .. ?
: : Then there is Charles ..".." ,',-r... ,-t) ,, ",.:. '
, r"r most popular comedians i ;; ,; ,Y" ;'p' r"I.!. .:,; V. to me, please send me full
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I. '' cast in a hilariously funny rote.r : : information.

.:.: .. Ruggles makes, merrY'from Ithe first \ :: ;;, :ey : ; ; : : Name ..:... .:._............n..n........:......._......... \, f fr1. Ii. ; -

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-: :;:" ..: .. :.., can. Ruggles, it will be remembered, ',..,,.,.' .-". ,. "" ." .> :. ., Addres; ..."...........,....................................... ,( .
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THE CENTER. AMERICA'S NEW
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\ -t: Garde Duncan Penwardeu, Pa=! ,
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H.J, !l, "'", tricia latter. Deering clever juveniles.and' Tom Brown, the I )4i': THE CLEWISTON HOME BUILDING ASSNClewiston -. : :.. I .


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\ play. The actors are Water Huston I r .. .. .

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\ STUDENT WILL POST I of' the advertising layouts: for the Har e1. G. L Sims. D. G. Alston, Hall, Ing $;)57.13, an over payment being FOR SALE-Packard six Sedan.

FLORIDA LAWS I I NEWS READERS campaign. On the committee are Jesse B.1.. Beach, Larick, Maxwell, G. V. $2 1.45 which leaves a retainage of I Fine shape. Bargain. See Mr. Wall at I

i Allhands of the Clewiston Building Hudson, A. L. Crowe, L. A. Crow, L. $3 i.68 due July 1, 1930." Clewiston Building Material Co.

c WORTHKNOWmG I (Continued from, Page 1)) Material company, G: V.Hudson. of A.Morgan, Vaughn, Franc Howard,
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Hudson the Clothier and Victor Blateof F., M. Wright, W. C. Hooker, Spicer ;I l
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ducted a physical examination of Blate Brothers. and L. Bergeron. I

By F. Hack Lacey_ the pupils in school. Health cards As ,a, supplement to the newspaper I II I
advertising' members of: the Clew- BRICHT OUTLOOK FOR
were passed around to be filled out ELECTRIC WORK THAT PAYS DIVIDENDS IN
As has been widely advertised in by the. teachers. One youngster. iston Better Business League :were FARMING IN GLADES r
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1 i I the state, automobile owners who 1 when questioned as to his father's named to address the membership of I I (Continued from page 1)) -SAFETY AND COMFpRT.

: will soon apply for 1930 tags will be nationality said, "I don't believemy all local clubs on the matter of home

I I i '' made to show that personal taxes daddy got one." Another buying. The appointments. made by onions to beat the I Texas crop shouldbe "Don ,Strike a Match-Press a Button."

I :' have been paid before the license asked whether his father was an President Parkinson were as follows: in the ground now/'

plate will be issued. This requirement j i I American answered, No my daddy Victor Blate will address the American Study of the potato situation Jack- CANTRELL ELECTRIC COMPANY

was brought about by the last session not an American, he was born i inGeorgia. Legion.Dick C. Miller wil speak son said, convinces him that next
.," of the legislature. .'* The doctor's report will before the Clewiston Woman's club spring will be an excellent year for Clewiston, Fla. Phone Conn.

..' be ,announced in this column next Miss Marian Leydig will outline the potatoes.
The law, however, is not a new,
one. The enforcement measure stated week. plan to the Ladies Aid Society of the I "High prices, this fall have caused

feature The I' The school has been very fortunate Clewiston Community church Elbert the northern farmers to unload and
above, is the only new
... '' the_'Flor- I'I in receiving a first aid outfit.: A cot L. Stewart will speak, to the membership I believe that we will see the great-
law' has always been part of ;
( has been donated by the P T. A.and. "of the Clewiston Social club and est potato in ten This
shortage years.
ida legal system but it has never Official i A. C. L. Railroad watch inspectors
., a matress by' the Southern Sugar Glenn Heard will seek the coopera- of course means high prices for the
been made enforible. In the past avery s
company, a ,feather pillow by the tion of Rev. William T.Bailey as farmer., Further indication of this is '

'. small minority have been pay- Clewiston Supply company and linen pastor of the Clewiston community I seen in the fact that seed is expensive \ r P. BOGGS
ing personal taxes, and the state, as
by Mrs.R.. Y. Patterson. The cretonne church. ,which} also reflects the shortage.:" 4 .
a result. losing much, money, which cover was made and donatedby Progress made in the movement I The possibility of growing potatoesin JEWELER

according to a" law aIl-eadyl. enacted, Mrs. Bestor and also a first aid will be reported tomembers of the the Clewiston section, is further enhanced r

was due it. Those who have paid kit was donated by the Southern Clewiston Better Business League at it was explained through the Expert Watch Clock &
I Jewelry Repairs
these taxes have been made to shoul- Sugar company. the next regular meeting. I fact that potatoes grown here maybe ,

der the burden for the tax dodgers.The 'I'' This week, four small work tables -- dug and shipped to ,northern mar- Clewiston Florida Hays B'ld'g.
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new enforcemnt masure does I and two sand tables were put in kets several weeks in advance of the
WATER TABLE'ISSATISFACTORY
,_ away with this danger, and will not the primary rooms. Since these have I .first shipments ,from the Hastings

only tend to 'increase state revenue, been installed there has been a section which is' the potato center of -
; but will equalize the individual taxes marked inprovement in the work of I the stateCOUNTY I ,
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as well. Due to the ,fact that the pres- the children.
.:. -ALL WEEK AT KEHLER
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; ent assessment roll had been com ,A donation of $50 was made to the north side of the West Palm Beach; ;'II SOLONS ,

pleted before the new amendmentcame school by H. L. McDonald of the McDonald Canal in front of, the Pelican Lake I'I APPROVE TAXES I ,

into effect, no separate assess- -Burgman company. With this district will be finished within the,! (Continued from page Ij

ment has been made for automobilesIt money the P. T. A.have. bought two next fifteen days, 'Mr. Patterson said, I .

will never-the-less be necessary to beautiful pictures for each of the and the entire project representing an 71 according to.payment of money approved r f. f 2., r,r'r., I

class rooms. be finished commission meeting.
of $650,000 will at the
show that the tax has been paid., If investment I ,
On June 26 and 27 Milton Sills in within the next 40 days. This sum was taken from the fine
a car was purchased January 1 it ,
the 'r yr{ %r:4' 2ti )'4:?v
the Barker was sponsored by and forfeiture fund.
will, be necessary to pay the tax In I
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the matter of second hand cars the P. T\ A.at. the Glatex theatre in P. T. A. PLANS FIRSTMEETING I The tax assessor's! commissionsI +. r r
Clewiston. The proceeds from this }.rrvJr r }r \ k
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same rule applies, ,and the ,tax receipt books I I
. picture went toward buying -- for the preparation of the 1929 tax: 'I II
,a traced and shown that the tax has I
for the school library. It increasedthe (Continued from page 1)) I roll,- according to Hurd L. Reeves tax' r
been paid. number of books already in the
assessor are as follows: I
This law is a part o the Constitution I '
1 .. library to meet the requirementsfor record attendance. Commission 118784.35 amounted

1 } and cannot be changed by standardization of elementary I. Early indication of what. cooperation to $2.785.68 which 20 ,per cent or

mere legislative! action. The voters grades. the P., T. A.officers. may expectwas $557.13 was retained, leaving a bal- ,

will, however, have an opportunity to I Beginning November 1, a night I shown at the reception given by j ance of $2.228.55. The tax assessor

J r'r vote on its repeal at the next regular school will be opened at the Clewiston Mrs. Patterson for the teachers in reported that he had received from :

I election. night school by Mr. McBath for her home., i( the county to date $2,460 leaving a

Governor Doyle E Carlton, under: the young men, of this community.He :. The informal reception was held difference in favor of the county of
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I whose administration"' the enforce will conduct courses in English, for the purpose of having the parents $231.45, "this amount to be deducted rkk: ; >**s& >i

ment measures were added, has declared and mathematics. The fee will I'be become better acquainted with the from' the 20 per cent retained for t Vwu.. ?., i xivii

'I ) in discussing the rule that in $5 per month.MERCHANTS. teachers. Welcoming, the visitors was such emergencies, the retainage be- JACK) BENNY.KARL DANE and GEODGE K.APTHUR in"THE HOLLYWOOD LIEVUE'

,j his opinion all tax on automobiles :Mrs.; William G, Ames and. on the ------

I should be included in the tag tax, receiving line were Mrs.R.. Y. Pat STRAWBERRY RY PLANTS'MISSION AH Talking, Singing, DanctnMusical Revue

and the personal tax done away with. PLAN DRIVE terson, Mrs.H.. A.Bestor. and Mrs. with 25 stage screen stars. at the Keltler Theatre -
FOR MORE\ BUSINESS I Gus McGhee. $2.50 per 1,000Cash
West Palm Beach. AH week Sat
starting
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ELABORATE PLANS (Continued from Page 1)) rated with roses coral vine, canna lilies Louis Skrobick urday.


1 J I. MADE, BY AID 'Victor Blate of Blate brothers\ department and of green cosmos.mint Refreshments punch, green consisted and I Moore Haven, Fla.

store speaking in favor of ,cakes candies, nuts, and mint.
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the move urged that immediate steps Those serving were ,Mrs. }V. C. Han-

,. Louis A. Morgan, Mrs. C. M Montgomery be taken and -stressed the fact son, Mrs.William. } Cecil' Owen and i. 1 r. .
that members of the local associationand
Bill Hooker.
Mrs. W. C. '
and Mrs. William G. Ames Special 1
other local business men shouldbe Mrs.J.. E.
Teachers present were .
Advertising} -Mrs. W." G. Ames
sufficiently interested in increas- Miss Young, Mrs :
I ,and Mrs. Algert Backus. DecorationsMrs. Beardsley, principal '
r Frank 'M. Wright and Mrs.\ R. ing the volume of home buying to Ed Drinkwater, Mr.. McBath, Miss Elta :

Y. Patterson. Moving pictures-Mrs.' point out .the advantages to local Whatley, Miss Jamye Williams and

Roy L. Simpson and Mrs. Claude buyers. Miss} Mary Sheldon
.I ." Jim Bearsley local real estate MesdamesF. r
t>; Downs. Quilting-Mrs. C. M.' Allen,, Among the guests were:
Mrs. L-eydig: Mrs. C. W. McDonald broker: also urged immediate actionon D. Duff, F.L.. Williamson, W. C. <. N 11 1 NN N<.N N, NNNN NlY.

r Mrs. Culbrith, Mrs W. T Bailey, Mrs'\ : the move and it was on his motion,' Hanson, W.C. Owen, N. C. Storey, ., J> ,.. ..r 1 ?A t..
r. ?. F.,' L. Tatom, Mrs. Dave Alston, Mrs.\ that a committee of three was. appointed H. A. Bestor, W. G Ames, R.L. Simpson -

Ames. Dolls-Mrs. Dick Miller, Mrs. by Cecil V. Parkinson, presi- J. Beardsley. .M.Yancey. Ed

,', Norman Storey, Mrs. P. A. Poche, dent ''to explain the matter to .members Drinkwater. (Jesse Allhands, Jesse

Mrs.a J. C. Knowling. Grab-bag-Mrs. of the association and to take Tippey, A. W Smith, Bill Allen, Hays '. .,'," : '.. i ,
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Louis Bergeron, Mrs. Claude Downs, John Mowry, B. I :' ii\ ,'

r Mrs. Thomas Waters, Mrs. Barney I ... I .
Thomas. Flowers, fruits and vegetables I I II Ii \; .>, WINTER MONTHS ARE RADIO MONTHS. :'t. I

---':Mrs. E. L/ Stewart, Mrs. W. -, -.-.......,
D. Cole, Mrs Louis A. Morgan, Mrs.W. i 850 BUYS LOT 31 BLOCK 176 ON

C. Hooker Mrs Fred Williamson. I ,
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P AVE. CASH 1
PASADENA TERMS-$250
Cakes, bread and pies-Mis.. C A. I ,

Jackson. Mrs, W. T. Bailey, Mrs., Gus I. BALANCE 12 EQUAL MONTHLY THIS IS THE SEASON WHEN YOU WILL ENJOY RECEIVING
McGhee Mrs. Malcolm W. Bigg, Mis. '
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'., Earl Merchant, Mrs. G. W. R.Mc. -'i' PAYMENTS.. WRITE OWNER, 4-123 THE WORLD'S NEWS EVERY EVENINGAT '

: Connachie, Mrs Jesse Tippey. Can-1 I GENERAL MOTORS BLDG. DETROIT -
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dies-Mrs. G. IL Houze, Mrs.F.. M. HOME OVER ONE OF OUR < -
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C. ,Hanson, Mrs. John Mowry. Mrs .' '

., A. W. Smith. Refreshments:-Mrs.R.. .
:t. Y.;-Patterson, Mrs\ T. V. Watson Mrs. ;'.. ::' < "' ;.-. ;< :
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.a\ C. W. McDonald, Mrs.Julius. Alston, .
' 'Cl Mrs. C. M. Allen, Mrs. Henry Deren- "- ; : :. ReA \.- ..-, < ; rJ
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dorf, Mrs. Frealy, Mrs. James Winn, .,::'. : :--. ; r".

l '; Mrs. Ed Drlnkwater. Serving and genera 4 ,.I :/;'. ; :,,' : '
t; assistance-Mrs. William Cecil > Ii'r .
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It owne, Mrs. W. C. Hooker, Mrs.Dave. //L'1 j } : f '. '

1 I''h' Alston, Mrs. T. Yancey, Mrs. Roy f M Pes' '. J .' '. \ : ,

+i -: .. Dunaway, Mrs\ James Shoesmith" \ ASK ABOUT OUR PAYMENT PLANS., ,

.i! Mrs. George Kostmeyer, Miss Jamye \ :'

I ",. Williams, Miss Evelyn Kelly, Miss\ 1 1 I .,"':," j \
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''I r Francis Tippey, Miss Boncile Stone, j '

\\1' ,. Miss Dorothy Deam, Miss Clarice I ..
....' Knowling, Miss Jerrye Jeffries, Miss ., ,. I /" j
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I Mary Skeldon, Miss Elta Whatley,

y Miss Annie Miner and Miss Deren- "

dorf. Novelties-Mrs. Jesse G. All- I i
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I hands, Mrs., W. S. Harvel, Mrs. Richard >CLEWISTON/ BUILDING MATERIALCOMPANY.I,

I Green, Mrs.J.. E. Johnson, Mrs. I : .
,il J. F. Tippey, Mrs.: ,Fred Moltz, Mrs. '
A BANK ACe 0 U N T- ':. ,- ,
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1 Mrs. Franc Howard, Mrs. A. L. I ; ; ; '. : : : ; S. ,, I
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:. A Crow. .Art, glass and kitchenware- YOUR INSURANCE: ; ',, ., I'
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Mrs Fred Williamson. Mrs. F. Deane' 1 I ', \
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Duff, Mrs. O. L.Jeffries. Mrs. J. C. ."..1 .:, 't, I'' I. ""
Knowling, Mrs. A.Backus. and Mrs. In addition to ,carrying full coverage against loss on your } + : + + i++++ -} ++ rrr i"i"+ }vv4j-r 'i"i '!**rii.

f'. Tom Smith. Fortune Telling-Mesdames ,- building in some reliable insurance company, protect your 4. ', .:.. I"

"p ., James Shoesmith, George Kost self still further by carrying a substantial balance in this : : '

meyer, John Chenet and Miss Annie strong bank where it is always subject to immediate call : .; .., -, :J" : <

Miner: and Miss Evelyn Kelly. FancyWork when needed. \ y :. ,: : : ::/ : .:,. .

-Mesdames R.L.. Simpson, L. ,,

.... : Bergeron, J. E. Beard&ley, F. L.Ta. .. 1
FIRST BANK OF CLEWISTON i.
i .'. tom. B. M. Beach, J.K. Baker, P.G.. I
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Bishop, A. Bestor and H. R. I \
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I By The Way Have You Heard j! smooth Candled and, light Sweet and Potatoes serve hot,.' CAPITOL, _, FACTS I about then covered' two inches about apart.two inches They deep are, I.of these preliminary agencies was to the held annual In Washington con-- '

I Cut boiled sweet potatoes into long
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TALLAHASSEE; Oct. (CFS).- easing the remainder of the soil In I r ferance of the land grant institutions : "
i slices. Place In an earthen dish, put I
On a fishing party on Lake Okee- Mr.' and Mrs.\ R. Patterson. and 1-4 teaspoon of butter on each slice, Opinions relating to tax deeds as they a ridge beside the trench. As the I which is to be held In Chicago,

chobee were W. C. Hanson, P. A Po-' children motored to West Palm well were strengthened by the last legislature 'seedlings begin to come up, the soil vember 12 to 14 Several No'D
sprinkle with, sugar. Pour In sutflcielit
che, Barney P. Moran, Sam Frazer, Beach Wednesday. afternoon. water to cover the bottom of matters of tax colleectors commissions : is worked, over them until the ground of the Farm Board will attend the

Johnson. BoatIng taxes on intangibes and Is. evel
Ed Melancon and E. an
the dish. Dust lightly with cinnamon. Chicago meeting where an effort will
to Observation Island the party D.V'. Whittle who underwent an expression explaining Florida mortgage I The soil on which sweet pears are be made to
Bake until the sugar and butter have develop an effective educational
returned and enjoyed a fish fry on operation Sunday is fast recovering. and contract laws, were Issued | to be grown should have plenty of I II '
plan that will familiarize
candied, and the potatoes are brown.
the southern shore of the lake. Dr; J. C. Knowling was the surgeonin by Attorney General Fred H. Davis I organic matter. In addition about :I farmers and their marketing agency

/ charge. this week, n the latter opInion Mr. one pound of commercial 'fertli/er officials with the commodity marketIng .

Mr. and Mrs. William G Ames motored -- AT THE KETTLER THEATRE Davis explained to E. Lorthloir, of '[ should be used for each square yard system that

to West Palm Beach. Mr.; and Mrs. Chris Leiter left for I Long Island, that this states rules planted. Select the heavier soils for' ration. is to be put Into ope I

Miami Friday morning where Mr. favorite 'regarding purchase of real estate 1 by
1 Everyone's actor, and actress i sweet peas whenever possible, advisas To avoid *
Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Bigg and Mrs. L enter will take the U. S. Civil service plays a prominent part In "The contract or giving mortgage, were the Professor Floyd. duplication of existing

Franc Howard were dinner guests examination, ;: for work in the post Hollywood Revue,*' Metro-Goldwyn- :same as in all other states. He slated+ machinery, the Farm Board officials
\ I When the plants reach a height of have
Sunday at the Clewis ton Inn, office department on Saturday.Mrs. Mayer's scintillating and lavishly pro- that a person who holds a contract two or three inches they should be pointed out that they were seeking f1I -

I duced, musical comedy in which song, may enforce it,. regardless of whether A the support of the Federal Department
thinned
to a distance of four inches
P. Hanson of Cuba is visiting his Dave Alston was hostess to dance and unrestrained gayety are or not it was fair or unjust or an unequal ( i of Agriculture the 49 agri- '

I brother and sister-in-law, Mr.and. members of the Clewiston social. the order ,of things for two full hours one. This opinion as expressedin j I apart Light poultry wire makes avery i I cultural colleges throughout the coun-

Mrs.,W. C. Hanson of Clewiston. He club at her home Wednesday 'afternoon of unusually diverting entertainment.. : Mr. Davis's etter. to the Long 1 Island good trellis. The jlants should I fry, and the 5700 extenion agents now

will be in town for two weeks. when Mrs.\'W.: C. Hanson and Heading ,the cast of "The Hollywood resident, brings out a condition I be watered at least once a week during I carrying the now program of sending

Mrs Louis A_ Morgan were awarded Revue," which will be shown at the I which, is not peculiar to Florida, but+ dry weather, as sweet peas require I farm. products' Into the farming.'areas

O.L.. Jeffries returned tins week] I attractive prizes at bridge.: Delicious Kettler Theatre in West Palm Beach an all states's rule. ,I a large amount of water. of America, ,

from Ohio where he made arrangements 'refreshments were, served. I during the week of Saturday, October I In the matter of tax deeds, Mr. DaVis : It red spidersor plant lice attack I

for the purchase of additional I! Among ,the guests were Mesdames 19, are such well known names I said in a letter to Mary C.Kelley. i j the plants spraying and dusting will I ".

stock for the Clewiston Dairy of: I Charles A.JacksontJesse G. Allhands, as John Gilbert, Norma Shearer, Joan I of Excelsior'Springs, Mo., that the I i be necessary. Mr Floyd says, dust
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"'illiam.Hanson Louis A. Morgan, last legislature had greatly strengthened the red spiders with sulphur and : : \
which he is owner-manager. W'I Crawford" William Haines, Marion I :: :::: __ : :-=-: :: =:

C. "Bill"* Hooker William G. Davies, Buster 1 Keaton. Bessie Love<; ,, tax, ddeds, giving them priority spray the lice with tobacco extract.

Jack Clark and Dave Crooks of the in A. Backus Earl C. Merchant\ Ed I Conrad Nagel, ,:Anita Page, Lionel over all other lens, but recommended, I'. l lI
the week end 1
Miami Herald spent ;' this Drinkwater and Jesse F. Tippey. Barrymore, Karl Dane, George K, Arthur that a prospective purchaser of a tax I '
Clewiston: making a surve) of. ,1 deed examine the title of the land EDUCATION IN COOPERATIONInitial t .
Marie Dressier: Polly, Moran, DR. J. C. NOWLING
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section for their paper.Mr Mr..F. L. Tatom, wife of Dr. F. L. Jack Benny: Gus Edwards: the Brox i before closing the transaction. In reply j

\ Tatom of the Lakeview Hospital here Sisters, Cliff Edwards and a host of to .a question concerning tax collectors steps have been taken to I Hopkins Building,

and Mrs. M.\ W. Bigg motored I accompanied by her daughter,_ Mrs. other luminaries of the screen and commissions I Mr.Davis. said correlate the work of the Federal / .J

to West Pam Beach on business.Dr. Utter have returned to Clewiston after stage. that; while there is 'no obligation on Farm Board the Federal and State CLEWISTON, FLORIDA

an extensive tour (luring ,the There are so many .delightful moments the part, of a collector to reduce his I! Extension forces and the land grant,I '

and pars, W. J. Buck of Belle summer which took: them as far as in this gay picture that it is j commission when l land is redeemed coleges and universities In a national _
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Glades spent 'Monday morning Washington.Rev. almost impossible. ,to tell what everyone under a lower valuation, it would brood educational movement in agriculturalcooperative

Clewiston on ,business.Mr. -- does. But briefly. as- a sample of.,.i policy to do so and claim his marketing. .-
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and Mrs. William, T. Bailey of the entertainment. John Gilbert and fee: on the basis of the new valuation., A recent meeting of representatives
John Chenet were ...
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the Clewiston Community church Norman Shearer, with simple and When a tax collector sells and upon
at the homeof (
Monday evening callers' have returned to Clewiston after a charming effectiveness, do the balco-, which taves have already been paid I 1I'

Mr. and Mrs, .Roy Dunawa vacation of two months in Washington. ny scene from Romeo and Juliet, and the mistake must be rectified and all'

I Ii D. C. then, in a" most, puroarious manner, matters pertaining to the deal shouldbe THE PILOT LIFE INSURANCE CO.
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;'t"iiWAVOI aq; jo saauiiuj algM! burlesque it !in typical modern Sh- corrected.
Mrs D. W. Whittle and D. W_' Jr., I I I I Of Greensboro, N. C.Founded .
Bob Chalker of the Southern Sugar. Ion. -
11 .. ( i "I I Assetts $10,000,000 1903 Capita .
who was born October are progressIng company was in Belle Glade o'n busi Charles King sings "Orange Blossom Dr. Wm.Mayo. of the firm of Mayo : ) $1,000,000

nicely it was reported by Dr. J. ness. : .Time'* ,and "Your Mother and Brothers, famous ,surgeons, wljl visit ANNOUNCESThe "

C. Knowling at whose! ,hospital they \ MineJoan: Crawford sings and dances the north coast of the Gulf in his
,' appointment of C. S. Hays as local agent at Clewitson .Fla
staying. \_ ; finda .
are I' and expects to
G. V., Hudson was a business. visi-j to '"I Gotta Feeliu For You. yacht this winter Let him
be "Life Pilot"General
your ....
tor in West Palm Beach. Cliff Edwards sings the outstanding home port near Tallahassee, a letter Agent -\'
Local
hit, "Singin In The Rain," and Gus to Governor Carlton said. Dr. Mayo Agent'
LA BELLE NEWSBy .. Bueckly &. Co. 'C., S. Hays .2v-;
Edwards puts over a comedy song was invited by the chief executive to'be Dallas Park Hotel Bid] .:' Hopkins
Bid.
HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES. "Lon Chaney Will Get You' If. You his guest while in the Capitol city. I
I 'J Miami, Fla. Clewiston, Fla."i7Vi'l 1
Loveland Pettee) Don't, Watch Out I .
( George ,... ..
USING THE SWEET POTATO
William. Haines and\ Buster Keaton'supply i I, Another saying, this time the sum 'I = -- --. __ ==-_ __ ____.
Advice from Washington is to the some cle've.r'' humor. Marie of $6,500 has been reported to Gover-- "'UI-M uells.II eJn..J.II o'Ln.uanl! >tm!,;!! ;! : ,! J'jl--Fl"gl"Ilirillrj"-"n"--i-! {' !!! | !!! |! | lj
V Hedges hasbeen The sweet potatoIs one of Flor- / Vehicle 1'.ueurueuellla iTiTi i1iTi iTi II iTiTi IIJ,111I E;>n:jii.juijniHiiiiifluilaii'nlJil I i 1! J 7j iilalu'l i lii'aInlHli>iiIiil ltiCT=
effect that Robert Dressier, Bessie Love and Polly Moran or Doyle E. Carlton 1 1ommissionen by Motor "

J nominated, to succeed F. Watts Hallas ida's greatest food crops. both in yield run away With an hilarious comedy ; Walter S. McLin The .!.-: _rr

'La Belle Postmaster. The appoInt- and in food value. It is palatable' and scene in ,which! the song "Sonny: report was for the month of September it;; -asra-_

ment has not been made :yet but it nutritious, and ranks higher1'' in. fuel Boy'* comes In for .its share of laugh brings the total savings for the+ E -
'
Mr. Hedges will receive value than the Irish ..potato: 5160.000. =
that burlesque. -Nagel approximately
is expected 'provoking: Conrad year up to .III .
the appoi tment. Mr. Hall has I The sweet potato produces-and alkaline : and Jack Benny' are the masters$ of ----" ... I _. -_

been postmaster of La Belle for over residue in the body This. makesit ceremonies, roles which give them every TALLAHASSE, Oct. (CFS.) -Efforts le ,, .r .

sixteen ,)'ears. valuable in a diet where there Is I opportunity. for niuchjjointed and of Governor',Doyle E. Carlton to+ ,.' "

an excess of acid When dieting ',because ; M .. r'J
--- clever humor state have: again brught results, this ;. : :

i Denlss Small. ... 'of an excess of acid in the ',All i itf all "The: Hollrwood.: Revue' time from Skyways, Inc., an aviation \',:!; ,:.{, .. \IJ
E.E.. Good o and ..stomach one is frequently restricted le'screeri entertainment ,, wirr ,
-
visit in Hot .is i:; a new kind of aUdi, firm operating from the Cle'eland J.," Ai =
have returned: from a points. to: cereals, breads, etc. Because of the entertainment that is sure airport: which has announced+ '.:.; / -. .-
northern
Springs and other : alakline, in sweet they\ '
potaoes
excess praise
,
enthusiastic of audiences
to win the that a fleet of planes! will bd! sent to
; can be used in such diets. They satisfy Charles P. Reisner directed fu i : e14J : : .
< Florida for the first time, this' winter.
My- in part the appetite for food ,of Revue '* for which "
to Fort Hollywood ,
motored "The '
.
Hendry the principal
George will out of
Planes operate
1 .
ers Monday to, attend t meeting oft this nature, and aid in neutralizing Sammy Lee arranged.).the dances; and cities,' conducting passengersightseeing 1!%
acid in the system. ,
dis- the excess ,
the ,Caloosahat Improvement I ensemble; '. trips throughout the state ( r J
rr
,-I .. The great number ways in which _
trict. air firm to a r
second
This is the new ;+;
i sweet potatoes are preparedin.the, RURAL COMMON SENSE

,. South make it possible to ,use. them --:--- start Florida activities: since the Gov 7- / r aJ0

Mr.Irving Phillips, of Olney, Illinois frequently.' L Cooperation bas 'been urged upon ernor's campaign was started, Eastern I ij ffI

accompanied G.'V.. and G; L'I;I. Some of the ways they may be farmers; and growers of, ,Florida': for Air Express having recently inaugurated Eli

Pettee to La Belle Monday where. he I served are given below I.: : years, with none too great success. regular i New York..- to FlorIda { 'r
t
visited Mr. and Mrs.E.. E.' Edwards Baked Sweet Potatoes There are a l large number of coopera service_ *a

returning to Fort ,Myers:, Tuesday.: _After -. This Is probably the ,most whole; tive-associations. ,in the state,.''tis true = ,

viewing. I the roads Mr.Phillips. some way of cooking sweet potatoes but ,most 'of them 'are; "small:Not. infrequently The newly organized Everglades SN *

'expects to come back in hiscar since' some sweetness. is lost 'when they are competing ,against drainage board met in, the,
Wednesday they are steamed or: .boiled. Choose each other, and thus the situation Governor Carlton this week and continued ; \ *
: :
i N smooth sound potatoes; wash well which ,they should relieve still exists. their plans for reconstruction : % : ( ]
.
to' Fort' Myers and'place in a pan in a moderate' oven However, i it' seems that the establishment of this section and perfection offlood : : :
motored
J Lou Jacobs the meet and; bake. When the potato is soft of the Federal Farm Board control work In the, southern area., t cpyr Dt* n9R+rt&h uQNn *
attended
:
he .
where
Monday improve- throughout: is done.! If the potatoes ,may result in the unification of small Damage f the recent strm wa. also

lug of .the Caloosahatchee which he is 'a mein- ice liked very- moist and sweet bake, cooperatives and the establishment of reviewed The new boards have been \
ment district of :
.
Glades'county.. slowly. J large oues in the state. The' Board definitely organized under the planof ;E

ber' ,/'from -- Fried, Sweet Potatoes will not deal with small organizationsIt the chief executive who expresses WHEN YOU SEE THE HART =. =

'. insists that the growers of differ-
(First Method) opinion that actua construction will
Glades 'county pupils who attend ent commodities get together. SCHAFFNER & MARX LABEL IN II .
Cook the potatoes In boiling water be well under way during the next, ,
the La Belle schools according to a without peeling them, until nearly While the primary purpose of the two or three 'years. Plans ,of these
enforced by the Hendry the stabilizing agriculture I MOD EL-IT'S
being Farm Board is A UNIVERSITY
ruling
done. Cool, peal. cut in slices. Have boards are being presented the outside II
county school board are being chargeda particularly the marketing of
in which thereof public in northern
ready a hot frying pan I newspapers. = \
nominal sum for attending Hendry agriculture the Board has ,a very THE SAME AS SAYING THOUSANDS .
.... {. an inch in depth). Brown the potatoes Ir _
county schools. large sum of money available for making .
in this and serve while hot_ ... ... Florida's new secretary of state, -
: nor 1 BEST DRESSED
to aid n. m n. main OF THE
loans !
: I
is a small amount of fat (about 1-8 j I W. M. Igou is rapidly adjusting himself -
order to obtain loans from the .
The work of cleaning up the debris Breakfast bacon served with fried In to his new surroundings Proof
I Board, it is necessary,!! for cooperative COLLEGE MEN IN AMERICA ENDORSE I
from the recent flood which is quitea sweet potatoes makes a nice dish for organizations, to be of considerablesize that he will so far as possible fillthe

task is now going on in La Belle. the winter luncheon. The potatoesmay and to control a good part of the vacancy left by the late Henry I THIS STYLE !f! \ I"m
r be''fried in the savory bacon .
I commodity represented., The Federal Clay Crawford, is found in the statements .' .

Several of the streets of La Belle drippings. Farm Board is a permanent organization made by office employees. Secretary ,'jt",,- ..'." Ii!
I '
are being given a good, much needed' 1 I I (Second, Method) and no doubt its Influence will Igou is proving to be a busl : ;EI
executive in his work and is $35tO$45'Yj
scraping and ,will soon be in good Potatoes may be peeled, sliced and be felt in future years. ness 1 I :i :/ .
continuing the of business
condition. fried without previous cooking. When We. may take for example the growers policy 1

this Is done the fat should be medium of truck and vegetable crops, in methods in, government alid down I :' -.r
-
hot as sufficient time must be' Florida. A recent survey by the State by Governor Carlton. .

Paul Dennlngton of Fort Myers wasa and vnot for shows that there BROWN"
I allowed for cooking : Marketing Bureau '\ CORONA ;

business visitor In La Belle Monday. browning only. Cook until the potato are a number of cooperative truck OCTOBER IS BEST TIME -, =11ti ,

may be pierced with a straw. marketing organizations. However, .r. GRENADIER BLUEr i a
TO PLANT SWEET PEAS
Cash _
Mile Vickers of the La Belle Sweet Potato CroquettesUse they are practically all small: ones. m IPYRAMID
FOR JANUARY FLOWERS
Fort Wednesday -
Store motored to Myers 1 cup of cooked and mashed po- If all of the existing truck cooperatives GREY : .

tato, 1-4 teaspoon cayenne, 1 teaspoonful were federated into one central : -
GAINESVILLE, Fla.-Sweet peas
of flour, 1.4 teaspoon salt. organization, they would have controlof : '
I should be planted early in October tosecure a
: = 1-2 cup chopped nuts or groundparched only a' small portion of the total
: = <
: ; blooms in January says W. LFloyd
peanuts, 1 egg, 2 tablespoonfuls state truck cr p.It will be necessary
professor of Horticulture atthe
I bread crumbs. to federate the existing cooperatives,
J. W. EZELLE D. S. College of Aglrculture. The 'WinFlowering
Mix In the order given, reservingthe to establish new local units of the HUDSON r '

(Dentist) I bread crumbs When mixed shape federation, and to get a large peer-: ter Spencers may be planted I; tb

X-RAY LABORATORY I Into croquettes and roll l In the crumbs centage of, the state truck crop pro- I until November, but will do better !

Fry in deep fat.Mashed duction represented before the Farm f if planted in October.

Hopkins Bldg.Clewtston Sweet Potatoes Board will make a loan to the truck Mr Floyd says the seed should be m THE CLOTHIER m

Cook unpeeled sweet potatoes of a I growers.. This Is just one example, I deep.: A trench should be dug the desired : t

.. Fla. uniform size In boiling' water until but It serves the purpose depth and the seed dropped infervor !

1: tender. ,Remove peelings. Mash :well, I The Cooperative Marketing Journal a''

season with butter, salt, and a small j says that "cooperations is a cause ,' and zeal as our national Inde
I j2lll1l.J.!! !1 1alit{ l ..i.IJrl''' { ji| F" 'I/ 1-'!.111aI111r,1hIlia, ; ; a'1 : ,
amount of milk or cream. Beat until which should enlist almost as much pendence.'* ++, + IJ.t'li.l.l.!! !
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