The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: November 8, 1929
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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The' Clewl.ston News"
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.'" :i FLOOD[ CONTROL Ladies Surpass Aid Fete Last To Year CLEWISTON VETS REFRESH MEMORIESOF Simplicity Mark Armistice Will I FLYING SCHOOL

Says Aid President WAR DAYS FOR YARN SWAPPING AT I Day CelebrationSimple -.


:fr f Many attractive Christmas pres- LEGION POST DINNER HERE MONDAYClewiston services in Civic Center

ents will be on display in the booths Park when brief talks will featurethe

f K r PENDING PLANS I at the Ladies Ail Bazaar to be given -- eleven o'clock services will con HERE THIS WEEK

it I stitute th e official community-wide --- -
November 21, 22 and 23, was an-
1 I world war veterans, plan- test of that day and through' the
nounced yesterday by Mrs.. William celebration of Armistice Day in Clew-
; stories at the annual night celebrated and
ning to swap war i we probablythe I
: 1 Williams Tells Of I G. Ames chairman who with Mrs. F. dinner of the local post of the wine shops never did such a business fpton next Monday. Kreuger Air Lines Ship I
,J L Williamson this week made a personal Captain F. Deane Duff, commanderof
American Legion next Monday night before, and never will again." Will Be
w r. Plan To Seek Federal canvass of the community to the local post of the American Le- Used For Student ;
F in the Clewiston Inn, were busy this Mr. Allen sailed from Boston in
t. Aid At Meeting In learn what the townspeople are plan- gion will be in charge and the pro Work First Lessons
week brushing up their memory of ,May 1918, was in the trenches by ;
I to donate to help make the affair gram will include a prayer by Rev.
; West Palm Beach. November 11, 191S and reviving incidents :June and was in and out of them un- Her Sunday.Definite .
i W. T. Bailey, pastor of the Clewiston
a success. of the memorable day when they til October 31 and yet emerged with-
.. I "This spirit of cooperation was notlceable" Community church, and a short ad
y V Representatives of. 12 South Florida were told that the war was ended. out a scratch. dress.In plans for an aviation
said Mrs. Ames "and judging -
.I counties at a meeting In the Pennsylvania Doughboys! of the 327th infantry 'of Carl Berner now connected with the school in 'Clewiston will be discussedthis
evening the
members of the
from what has been promised
hotel in West Palm Beach Tuesday the S2nd division after 25 days In the j the Southern Sugar company in drain- local post and those week end when R. II. Mitchell,
ellbible for
this mem
predict that the event
we can
: unanimously approved the activities trenches were back at Verennes, 'age work was probably among the instructor from the Krouger Airlinesat
than There bership will revive war experiences at
.' of the Florida ,Flood control as- will year be will be bigger attractive ever.articles on France getting replacements to fill I'first non-commissioned officers to a dinner dance to be held in the Clew- Stuart, will return tomorrow after- t
;: sociatin in seeking federal aid in developing many the gaps caused by 25 days of stiff hear the good news in 1918. Mr. Ber- iston Inn. noon to remain here until Monday'
navigation possibilities on display which would make wonderful fighting. On a certain day shortly of-I t ner, he said this week, was at a naval morning to discuss plans: for the !

Lake Okeechobee. The action was taken gifts, and it will be a good time for ter noon, the companies were lined up!( aviation base at Halifax N. S. The school with local enthusiasts and to

: at a called meeting of the Flood those attending to bring their shopping by the sargeant when the captain ap"I ptation was known as Base 23 and give first lessons Sunday to those in-

. Control association at which F. L. list with them. peared. the commanding officer was Richard FINANCESARE terested.

IIH Williamson, president, presided. "We've got the replacements and i ;E. Byrd, famous arctic explorer. We Flying a Waco dual control plane,

'll Plans of the association as outlined this is'word that we're going back in..' )had the report by wieless less than IN CRITICAL :Mr.: Mitchell stopped in Clewiston two i

li I by Mr. Williamson drew enthusiastic HEAVY MACHINERY thought the doughboys, but the Cap- five minutes after the .signing, and days this week and found enthusiasm

jlt t applause from those present. These tain said he, had good news and aftera everyone with the exception of the CONDITION] IiER-E so great that he announced plans, to r

!: riA plans provide that a request be made INSTALLATION AT"MILL : dramatic pause announced that the guards was given liberty. The subsequent return here this week end to complete

,I I'l"J' for a new' report by a federal engineer Armistice had been 'signed and the facts are naturally hazy, but I I I arrangements for launching the local s

r flood'control war was over. remember it was a wonderful celebra- school.
regarding in the northern i
, Everglades which l it is believed ,COMPLETED The ,company went wild with joy tion." Clewiston Bank Avoids The aviation instructor now has 30 !:

j' would result in a broader 'understand and among the wildest was Private Cecil V. Parkinson_ owner of the Crisis With $3,500 sudents in West Palm Beach and half i'

I. Ing' of northern Everglades problems Dan Allen, now assistant manager in Clewiston Supply company and presi- LoanSCHOOL To Board. (Please turn to page 5)) i!l'
by; the federal government. Construction Work Now the Clewiston Supply company. I dent of the Clewiston Better Business

ft, Among those present at the meet- I Centered On Piping "There was a celebration that I'll League was Sergeant Parkinson at Hendry tf f f
county schools will be
(Please turn to page 5)) never forget' said Mr. Allen, "for theJEFFRIES (Please turn to page ) CLEWISTON WELLREPRESENTED
a And Metal Siding. 5)I forced to close unless the school board r
-- r I can negotiate a loan<<; of $12,000 forI I -

e. FAST NEW_ fiIAiL Virtually all shipments of heavy ADDS I i[STATE BOARDS school maintenance for the next three AT j I

i '. machinery have been received for the I -.- months, it was brought out at, a meet-

.' completion of the 2,500 ton a day Ing of the Hendry county school ;
: r PLAN OUTLINED addition to the Clewiston factory of I board in La Belle Wednesday whena

the. Southern Sugar company whichas financial report showed that while :t tI

: a 4,000 ton a day mill this year TO LOCAL DAIRY i FEDERAL HELP I[ the school board is out of debt, there I .:
BY POSTMASTER Mrs. Beardsley Named
I \ : will give Clewiston the largest single is no money available for continuingthe ,

: unit sugar cane factory in the conti schools in the county. For Publicity On i1 r
, i nental United States, it was announced Increase Necessary To Committee Named Will Immediate cosing of the schoolswas Next Meeting.
/;_ Palm Beach man refutes forestalled when the Frst Bapk of t
; here yeserday by mill con- Supply Demand Says Present Data To :,
Clewston through Elbert L. Stewart,
Of struction officials.
j '_ Charges Delay Dairy Owner. All school teachers in Clewiston and ;h
Arrival of two Feinc rotary filters Congress.Definite casher, made a loan of $3,500 to the
In Service. Hendry; county attended the meeting I It
I board for current salaries.
from the Filtration Engineers Inc.,
of the Southwest Florida Teachers E If:
I Purchase of 16 Guernsey cows 'to
will mark the completion of heavy steps toward securing federal Slow payment of taxes coupled with
1 Mail deposited in the Clewiston supply the increasing local demandfor association held at Fort Myers last it
machinery to be installed in the big i I aid for drainage and flood control the many obligations outstanding at 1
post office before eleven o'clock in Guernsey milk was officially an- Friday and Saturday.Mrs. [
Please turn to 5 of the northern Everglades will the opening of the school term but
the morning reaches West Palm page nounced here yesterday by O. L. J f-I I I be sought at the December session of, Please turn to Page 5 J. E. Beardsley, principal of ,JI I

Beach at six o'clock the same night, fries, owner-manager of the Clewiston i by the Florida Everglades the Clewiston I school was named on l Ii;
congress i h hi
'. it was announced here by George W.: NORTHERNER SAYS Dairy company. The company now .[Drainage and Florida Flood Control I the publcty commttee for next year's It.I It.

f Smith, postmaster of West Palm ,I has 53 Guernsey cows and the herd': Boards, it was decided_ yesterday ata BELLE GLADERS TO j I meeting Fort Myers. \\i!

I Beach who made this statement In SUGAR WILL MAKE is recognized as one of the finest in. joint meeting of the boards In West The general roegting! opened Friday I.

It Clewiston in answer to charges that the state. Palm Beach at which Governor DoyleE. FORM SCOUT TROOP morning in the Edison Park school !

the new mail route would delay de Simultaneous with the announce Carlton, chairman of both boards, auditorium with President. E. Bell I

,I \ liveries. ] FLORID FUTURE ment of the purchase of the additional : presided. presiding. The address of welcome 1t t

"The daily mail,"' said Postmaster I cows from Chattanooga, Mr. Jef- !, was delivered by J. C. Hurd, chair !
1. Howard 'W. Selby, vice chairman of I Buck names CommitteesTo
/ (Please turn to page 5)) J fries said that he had received official the Flood Control Board and Glen Cur 1 man of the Lee county board of publIc I

_____ I F. J. Richrnann Visiting approval from the Guernsey associa- Make Plans For instruction, and the response made j i
tis of :Miami were named by the governor i
Pahokee To SeekHeadquarters Please turn to Page 5 to federal Organization. by M. S. Hayes, Superintendent of
Son Praises Local serve on a aid com- II
Public instruction of Glqjjes county. I
mittee while Fred C. Elliott Ever-
Of Activity. The feature of the opening session
(Please turn to page 5)) (Clewiston News Special) I If
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Buy At Home PlanRegistering an address "The Problem of Per- !
.. Road Contractor BELLE GLADE, Nov. 7-Plans for was c
."The future of Florida, particularlythis i With the organization of a Boy Scout troopin ception," by Dr. H. O. Enwald, pro't'd
section of the northern Ever- I Connell Interest fessor of psychology for the Univer-
', Town officials and other civic lead- I Belle Glade were perfected at a
ers of Pahokee will make every effort glades does not seem long in doubt Public Is Report In Gas Station meeting of the Belle Glade Post of sity of Florida, This session was at- j1

to have their town designatedas with such a substantial industry grow I the American Legion last Friday tended by all Hendry; county teachers S

the construction headquaters of ing by leaps and bounds." Although the campaign has been Sold To PartnerSale night when Dr. W. J. Buck, post com- and E: L., Stallings, superintendent ot t I!

..... S. J. Groves-and Son of Orlando during This was the comment of F. J. Rich- under way two weeks there is alreadya mander named Clarence Everett as public Instruction in1 the county. rAt
'rL noticeable increase in interest in of his interest in a departmental meeting for the i
the construction of the Belle mann, of Indianapolis, who with his the Connell scoutmaster and appointed as a com-
for home town merchants on the part of Service ,station to his E. Please turn to Page 5
! Glade-Pahokee road, contracts for wife left yesterday their home partner, mittee of assistants, Joe Friedheim, i

: which were awarded to the Orlando after spending a few days i in Clewis 'the local shopper, according to CecilV. Etherington, was announced yester- James Mathis, J. H. Hardy, K C Al- i iI f

'! -. firma last week, it was learned here ton with their son Frank O. Richmann Parkinson, president of the Clew-, day by Sims. R. Connell who for the ston and Harry Michell As commander ( 1,200,000 Feet Of :
J J yeserdtay. owner-manager of the Clewis ton Fur- iston Better Business League whichis past year has acted as manager of Dr. Buck will act in an advisory 'I

, 'J Believing that locating the contrac- niture company. sponsoring a movement to increasethe the station. The money consideration capacity.The Lumber Is Used In t

I tor's headquarters in Pahokee will in- Making the trip from their northern volume of home trading in Clew involved was not made public.Mr. move was highly praised by Building Work Here

/" crease the volume of home business home by automobile, .it was Mr. and iston.While Connell will continue to make women of the community who ex 1
: ,"f' Pahokee town Mrs. Richmann's first to the volume of local businesshas Clewiston his home, devoting his timeto lumber
officials have been trip Florida."Of pressed the belief that it will fill an More than 1,000,000 feet of !i.
,: ,; .' corresponding with Mr Groves and if I course we were greatly impressed been substantial for the past year farming and his vegetable broker important place in community life. was used in construction work by :
f committee Pahokee with the state's climate but members of the Clewiston Better business.The the f
; necessary a of Belle Glade will have no official one Clewiston contractor during .
citizens will Orlando it seemed to that state should Business. League confident that a same policies which have I announced
t r make the trip to us a celebration of Armistice Day, it was past five months, it was t
.', /-'to further convince the road builder. have something more than climate large amount of money was being brought succ.ess to the filling stationin decided by the legionnaires who decided here yesterday by A. L. Crow, local ,

/ According to information received and the Southern Sugar activities at spent in other towns of the state decided the past year will be pursued, Mr. that the Everglades post would builder, who announced the figure after i

y here. construction of the road will not Clewiston appear to be the solution,'* on the campaign to increase local Etherington stated, and new arrange I join in the celebration with the Legionnaires he had completed a check of his i

I' .J interfere wih traffic except for the' Mr. Richmann said. business. ments for the operation of the Clew- of West Palm Beach. K. work. !

! j l usual short detours, though it was Accompanied by their son who is The campaign plans Include news- iston Branch of the Moore Haven C. Alston, Joe Friedheim, Lawrence :Mr. Crow who is partner in the ,!

at first feared that the road would be one of the pioneers of Clewiston, the paper advertising and addresses be- Sales company were announced simul- I Will Frank Morris and Donald Mc- firm of Crow Brothers said that he t t

,. 9 closed completely during the con visitors made a thorough inspection fore local civic organizations by representatives taneously with the announcement of Leod were named as a committee to has used approximately 1,200,000 feet t .

': /. struction period. (Please turn to page 5) of the league. the sale. (Please turn to page 5)) of lumber since June 1. R f.
Irven Locklar has been assigned to i Ri i

/[I CLEWISTON-LA BELLE ROAD TO BE Jeffries Cows Buys But 16 Gets 17O. man the Clewiston for the Moore territory Haven as Ford Sales;, sales com CANE PLANTING MACHINE APPROVED '

pany and all Ford cars will be ser- ii'

COMPLETED IN 1930 viced in Clewiston instead of Moore FIELDS t
,ti'/ L. Jeffries, owner manager of Haven as was formerly the custom. AFTER WEEK OF WORK

, the Clewiston Dairy believes 'in
> -- Vernon Bryant, an experienced Ford i,1
,1'iI ,/," '! .. omens.. mechanic will do all servicing and -- i
''f'1! Surfacing' of the Sugarland high.I I event, Mr, Bentley will transfer con- Finding his dairy unable to supply repair work. Thorough satisfaction concerningthe t ing the furrow, and planting the cano I I II

j 1 way from the Palm Beach county line'I' victs now working on the Tamtemi he increasing demand for Guern- feasibility of planting sugar cane ,I in one operation planting two rows
: Y through to La Belle will be completed Trail to the Sugarlaml highway with sey milk, he made a trip to Chata- by machine Instead of the old methodof simultaneously. The mobility of the r t
; Clock Golf Course .
the completion of their work on the noogat Tenn., and was shown 16 hand planting was expressed by machine was forcibly demostrated at t tr
during the coming year, Robert W.
trail which will be In three or four fine Guernsey cows, none of them At Blate's Store Southern Sugar officials at Clewiston the end of the half mile row whenit r

",'t.' Bentley, chairman of the, state road months. more than six years old. A seventeenth I this week after a week's practical turned in its own length and start .

& department assured Captain F. Deane With the completion of the surfac- was shown him but he de Clewiston will boast of a third testing of the first completed sugar ed back on the half mile trip to the :

j ',- '; Duff, general manager of the Clewis- ing of the Sugarland highway from clined. golf course withn the next week cane planting machine, designed and starting point. r

I ,\ .. 0 ton company, it was learned here yes- the Palm Beach 'county line to La Back in Clewiston the train carry- with the completion of the- construction built by N. C. Storey, Southern Sugar The planter consists of two bins In i I;
J ', : : .e terday. Belle there will then be a well paved ing the cows arrived at midnight. of the clock golf course plannedby company engineer. which the' seed cane Is stored with ,

I, :. In a conference with Chairman highway from coast to coast with the Jeffries worked until two o'cock un- Victor Blate of Blate Brothers. Although the machine had previously an elevator device to keeping a ready

Bentley in Tallahassee Tuesday, CaPtain exception of a ten mile stretch from loading them, and went home to get The clock folf course will be built been tested, it had never been put supply of cane at the hand of the ope- t

Duff explained the importance of La Belle to the Lee county line and some sleep. 'The omens were right on the lot between Blate's store and to pracical use until the past week rator. A moving tray carries the cane '

the cross state highway and the road steps toward the paving of this ten and he was pleased. th First Bank, of Clewiston on Francisco when sugar company officials orderedthe to the rear of the machine where It ;, r.

f C J.. department chairman assured him mile link are now under way. Two hours later he returned to street, and will be for the con- first completed machine to be slides down a chute and Into the fur ,

! l<:*: that the entire work on this stretch The trip from Fort Myers to the the dairy and found that the omens I venience of local golfers anxious to used in the planting operations in the : rows made by the plows at the rear r

I I will be completed in 1930. 1 east coast over the Sugarland highway had been propitious, for though he brush up on their putting. Liberty Point section of the Clewiston of the machine.
I Although it was not definitely route would be reduced 'consid- had 16 Econonraical advantages derived
I bought and unloaded only Grass has been sown, the cup division.
: stated, it is believed that the state ,I erably as it would be no longer necessary cows, there were 17 in the barn, sunk and the clock numbers set out. Loaded with seed cane and drawn from use of the machine is seen In

.. is considering doIng the surface work I;I to travel through Glades county though one was I less than' an hour The small course will be ready for by a Caterpillar tractor the big ma- the fact that one machine will plant

with state convict labor and in this I and Moore Haven old. play within the next few weeks. chine lumbered down the field, plow-I I l Please turn to Paqe 5.I .


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Successor to The Clewiston Progress
Entered as second-class matter February 8, 1928, at the.: post. office at- At least one thing the talkies have lone is to get into the lighter forms of ; ,..

Clewiston, 'Fla., under the -Act of March,- 1879. entertainment and away from those alleged soul stirring, dramas: oozing with SAFETY AND COMFORT

LOUIS A. MORGAN ............................................................. Publisher sex appeal :' "Don't Strike a Match-Press a Button. '

TOM SMITH .............................;........................ .. .:.........h........ Editor ,
The great American question_" is, "Let's, see. When is ,the next Installmentdue CANTRELL ELECTRIC COMPANY

Subscription Rates ?Macon Telegraph: Clewiston Fla. phone Conn.
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mail in Florida
By mall outside of Florida' By How quaint if some' families would observe Armistice Day. : '

One year $2.50 One year $2.00 . . ." .'
Six months 1-50 Six months 1.00

Three months 1>25 Three months 75 Actress slapped newspaper writer for criticizing her'show.: He: should have Official A. C. L. Railroad watch inspector

given the little girl a great big hand.

1. Definite control of Lake Okeechobee with water transportation. -- M. P. BOGGS

2. Early completion of the highways for local transportation and concentration Only 48 m re'daYs to Christmas and the roll dwindling rapidly as usual. .

of products. JEWELER

3. A substantial downward revision of freight rates on vegetables and "Tiptoe through the Tulips," the hit of Gold Diggers of Broadway might Expert Watch Clock &
other products of this region to the northern markets. Jewelry Repairs
association for both, inspire a local songster to "S [tshoe' through the Sugar." c.Iz, ,
4. The full functioning of a cooperative Clewiston Florida
Hays B'ld'g.
buying and selling purposes.

,--- A new thought in civic pride was relayed back to Clewiston this week. It

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1929 has to do with the Clewistonite who attending a meeting of some description > .

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was asked his name by one of the bits of pulchritude t

"Oh* said he blushing becomingly. "I'm from Clewiflon, so just. call me :: ?rI'
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of the north, and there still arc many of them, who Sugar.. '* 1 : ',' ,
Doubting :I'I'A
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you a to whether
want to see the Everglades in their true light would do well to take the .' us', .*.

first train South and drive out from Palm Beach to Canal Point and by way ONE,'FOR 'RIPLEY :: you are ready to buy now or later. *$

This week a group of Clewistonites had the joy of seeing a field rat : ?
of Pahokee and Belle Glade to Clewiston and Moore Haven. *
cornered on a porch, hurl defiance at a cat. Instead of scrambling frantically : *i v* QD 1
fields of beans and other vegetables and sugar cane stretchingaway
Endless back :.: We hope to be a real service to the people in this city and surrounding *
up the screen the rat settled and! .glared defiantly as the cat approached .
on either side of the road while blowing in from the lake a stiff breeze

and the latter apparently, unable, :to figure. it out, backed off. As ':: country by carrying in our' stock a well selected high, grade line of *:
tho north. "
the gales sweeping ,
Is a gentle reminder of I '
the rat settled down peacefully in a: corner two members of the party left I i::: Jewelry, Elgin and ,other standardized Watches t 1847 Rogers and :t!:
And at Clewiston, more cane fields and the largest single unit cane factory **
immediately to look for the still.; ', I :: Community silverware. ,
completion. Continuing to : : *
in the continental United States nearing '0'-. ... "

bean fields and additional thousands IT .. '. : .
Moore Haven the visitor will pass more .. .'
FLORIDA LAW WORTH KNOWING If$50,000 could have been saved in dis : '. j :' :::
of acres of sugar, cane. J r counts. :!: Anr listen to this': You.'ca'n' purchase' .'021 the: installment plan at :$!: .
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By F. Jack LaceyOn I The flat sum of taxes due this year ,; '. : *.
There can be no room for pessimism after one sees such agricultural activity :;: regular cash prices. .!-
I November first Florida's tax i will be more than last year, but if .:

books will open for payment. An as- : the tax payers avail themselves, of

sessment estimated, by tax collectors I' the opportunity: given them, they will ,:
On good authority.we recently learned that it was said in Washington that: I :
of approximately twenty-five million [ be able to cut from this amount at :

it is folly to try to do anything with. the. worthless land in the Everglades. dollars less than last year, will be i least a quarter of a million dollars.

A local- man will realibe a gross return of some $60,000 on 120 acres of beans in force. Tax payers are to have opportunity -.I 1 In the list of thirty counties, last j, CUNNINGHAM-RHODES JEWELRY CO. i

: to avail themselves of a j; years assessment was $281,441,877.
this month; thousands of crates of tomatoes will be packed and shipped .; :
larger rate of discount than before.A i This year it is $262,180,386. Last. .:. In City Drug Co. Store .:.

from Clewiston next spring, and several traiuloads of raw sugar, grown and law enacted at ,the last session of /' years total assessment would have ::,: Cletoiston, Florida i' r.

grund in the nrthern Everglades will be shipped from Clewiston during the the legislature for the purpose of en- I! brought into the state treasury the :: MAIN STORE IN MIAMI. ::
couraging prompt settlement, states I sum of 5918121.11 had all been col

first few months of 1930! that four percent will be discounted lected. This year it is expected that ,

in November payments made that seven and half million will be due. :"' i\t,1; ;: >';) : '" :',, "- : "
These are but a few of the things for the northern doubting Thomases to ill' : ': #' : :, :Y- I:
month. Three percent will be givenin Past records show that eighty per-
remember before they brand a land which they do not know as worthless.
J January cent of all taxes were paid., If this ".
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', : books will remain open in March for thing it shall be, due to the fact that
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THE SALES "; -' ,:, close April first. After thate date it and due to the larger discount' I r
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..., .,.,. .. ., .. .. will be necessary to pay delinquent offered), the sum 'of about six million I

penalties, or if allowed to be sold, the dollars will be paid in, or, an amount .
alone in the proposal of a sales tax. The thing @
Florida is by no means -
holder of the certificate may foreclose sufficient to offset a part of the more '," d

seems to have broken out pretty, wen all over the country-so well that when he receives a tax deed. than two million deficit left over .. ; CROW BROTHERS '

Up to October 15, thirty countieshad from last year. .
it since it is scarcely
wonder arises as to exactly who and what is. back of '
turned in their 1929 tax rolls to .
other places '. : .' CON T RAe TaR S
probable that it could have "just sprung up on its own. Among, the Comptroller. This list shows that I -
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advocates ? the sales tax plan are active in North Carolina, which has led In these counties the assessment has 666 I) 6 6is : '

been lowered $18,261,491, and does not ; : '
the Asheville Citizen o discuss the subject after this manner: a Prescription: for \/ j
include the larger districts, which, its ;
definite estimated, will swell the figure to .' -'
about time given
Vague hints that have been floating for some are BILIOUS FEVER and MALARIA: -
wenty-five million as stated above. ,:',' .': ..
question of the It Is the most speedy remedy vv
voice by the Asheville Advocate which brings up 'the known.
tax -.r:: ;- >::. :: :: = .: .: = = = :. : : : : : : = = = = : = :: : : :: = =
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desirability of a sales tax in this and other counties in North Carolina for these counties' are to pay a sum

the purpose of deriving local government revenues. approximating three and a half million KEEP DRYunder
dollars. If all is paid in Novemberit

"There are many arguments favoring a sales, tax," says the Advocate, will mean a saving to them of forehan aTAYLORMADE ; : s 1
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'but the principal advantage would be in equal distribution of the, tax bur- $140,000. Last year but two percent TOP ..

was allowed on a total amount TAYLOR AUTO CO. ... SINCE MAY 1 WE HAVE
den among all the people instead of centering the bulk of the load upon ,
due of about two and a half million Top to Tire

real estate as is now the practice. dollars for these counties. and only West Palm Beach USED ,200,000 1 FEET OF LUM--

One answer to that is provided in the very next paragraph, of the Advo

cate's article. "Since the constitution of North Carolina provides that all i

taxes shall be uniform and by ad valorem' says the Advocate "it is likely i 1 QUANTITIES OF OTHER MA- .,,
that an amendment to the state constitution will be necessary to inauguratea I I TERIALS NECESSARY .IN '

sales ax sysem:'* In other words, a sales ax does not distribute the tax :
among all the people., It is not uniform. It is, in fact, distinctly i disburden

criminatory.A ;'.
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number of states have adopted a modified sales ta'x.'.In some instancesas ahY. t .... OUR EXPERIENCE AND
in South Carolina,. certain so-called luxuries are singled out for special \.
taxation-soft drinks, for example and cigarettes. Our understanding Is that .

most of the states which have resorted to a modified sales tax have adoptedthis ABLES US TO USE THE BEST

form of taxation in lieu of a state income tax or some other tax generally :

employed in most of the states. I.

There are serIOUs objections to a sales tax for state purposes but an attempt --l "

to utilize this method would be vastly more objectionable. Resort by ; ........... ,'.. ..'-. .- \-V- THE LOWEST POSSIBLE I

any single community, a city or, a county, to a sales tax might work irre ;J.i _."; ::" \( -- 0 COST. .

parable injury to the business interests of the Either the mer- : THAT is just about what >
community. moist and :

'the cVyits! wouldhave That : to absorb the tax or. they would, have to..pass it on to you do when 'you 'use:, prevent bacteria dry enough action and to : ." ,'. ;, : \:" ,:,:':' : <: :;:. 'f. ,. r' :; ;;:;,. '

public. :
mean' higher prices for goods sold in a city or townas .ace as a means,of.. refrig ,preserve the delectable ,
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compared :with the prices obtained in ;:: ; ,!r. '- "";,' tS
some city or town only a eration. Ice is .
:flavor of your ... .
few miles away. I woutld be difficult under such conditions for merchantsto (the A .
( logical l.re- -
fj food. Order it
build up trade. It would be difficult for them to avoid losing at least apart {
fri grant. It v.
of the trade of their own community. -i A'today from the
*t appears to us that the a wagon or truck
Citizen struck
the heart of this matter when'it
observed that "resort proper circulation 'With the Orange i :: -
single CROW
any community, a city or a county, to : .
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a sales tax just 'Oval Emblem.1XHIICE "
work .
irreparable '
injury to the business interests of the : .
community' for the reasons given by it. Were the sales tax of general and Q l CONTRACTORS ., r

uniform application it might be the ideal tax But we are still from Missouriand Clewiston. Fla.

must be shown on the Co proposition that such a tax would be a desirable SAVE : !

one when levied by one community, or state, and not laid by the next door c a

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Several of the La Belle schoolteachers Dentist
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attended the Teachers contention DR. J. C. NOWLING. :,
Reclamation Work Outlined Hopkins Building,

To Kiwanis I n The La Belle Tigh, sophomore class CLEWISTON, FLORIDA Hopkins Bldg.

Club Members. I'held a Halloween party Tuesday even- Clewiston, Fla. j.: A HOTEL IS SELDOM LIKE HOME
I Ing and the Senior class Wednesday ; .

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla., Nov. evening. '
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-The program now under way to pr
.. vide adequate drainage and protection Messrs. Jackson, Bealy and Wells J ITS DIFFERENT AT THE ,

from water to the Davie section, comprising I of the State plant board are in La ...- f
40,000 acres, was described to Belle inspecting the groves. WATANABEHere )

Fort Lauderdale Kiwanis club members RIBBONS SALES REPA'i

by Ralph A. Horton, a memberof Messrs. Christie, Rogers and W. P. CARBON PAPER SERVICEL. -
the Everglades drainage board and Franklin of Fort Myers attended the you will find the most pleasing --

.t. chairman of the Broward drainage drainage meeting in West Palm Beach C. SMITH & CORONA

k, district. II I Tuesday. atmosphere coupled with meals
Mr. Horton also told of plans to I -

.r.' build a temporary lock in the North I Mrs J. A Neghee of Clewiston ( Our representative will be in Clcwhlon on the iwclvth of., each month just as you enjoyed in your home.

.;- '.' New River canal about 20 miles north spent Monday morning in La Belle, i For special service notify Glades Delivery. Machines picked up by A few available for
of Davie, which will be one of the returning the same day to Clewiston.J| them, delivered to us and returned to you at a minimum charge. rooms are now

main factors in controlling water in .
v the entire section south. This lock Mrs. Charles O. Ross and Mrs. Joe 21 Fagan Arcade. West Palm Beach guest who intend to make Clewiston

\" will permit the shutting off of water ;i Ross motored to Lake Placid Sunday.
... their home.
1 to the north. The lock, together with I *
the dredging out of a portion of rock |I Mr. and Mis. Joseph Daugherty

in the Dania cut-off canal near the .I have returned to their home in La MILK THE FOOD CHILDREN NEED- ,
'" Seaboard Air Line railway bridge, will Belle after spending the summer in ENJOY YOURSELF AT THE
provide two substantial outlets for I Philadelphia and other northern-
I L Pure milk-the kind
water coming down the North New :points. ,
river thereby reducing the possibility 1 -1. w I 'n you get from this dairy! ..I

.. of heed waters in the Davie section The Hendry County board of commissioners -I :: ,I n. N -is one of the best
to a minimum, he said. met at their regular monthly ts .IXt, E ;Ifoods you can give your The Watanabe Hotel !!

Ij. A dredge owned by Holloway and meeting in the courthouse Tues I rd' children. It contains, in .
I Ii I; (If Bryan Construction Company has day. The principal business being the i II IIi i
., been at work for several days filling presenting_ of some ancient bills for easily digested form, ;\
1 '''' ,the food elements needed MRS. CLAUDE DOWNS, Manager. ::1
up gaps in the North New River canal the commissioners to pay. ; |

j banks. This dredge also is removing -- I.'e' for building healthy, 11II II 11

obstructions from this canal which Invitations have been issued this strong bodies.INSPECTION /

will permit water hyacinths' and other week for a Breakfast Bridge at the I s r.vrs'1 \\1 1Ii

vegetable growth, to flow freely down home of Mrs A. L. Taylor, Saturday. !,t r i' INVITED
the canal into New river. :,
.; The dredge Miami is now engaged Mr. and Mis.: F. Watts Hall 'and I I'jl I''
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in removing some of the largers bars family and DIr David W. Hall motored \
in New river, Mr. Horton said. When to Avon Park Sunday to visit Mr. and I 1ii
this, is completed 25 per cent more Mrs. Bruce Hall. __ __ \\i iI.
: water will be permitted. to flow !l

'!' through the river from the canals. It is rumored that the Glades county -I __,.s". I.1

This dredge recenly completed the board of education Is intending to I I METROPOLITAN I.! 1))\
", work of filling up gaps in the spoil do something to relieve the school i SERVICEJD""

_.E banks of the North New River canal. '; situation of the Glades county pupils I :: ; ,!
r'' ) Mr. Horton said the water in the who have been turned out of the 'I I
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I I Davie area rapidly is going down and ''Hendry county schools. I J Jeh ., SETTING !
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i that section will be in condition for I I ; .
tJ planting activity this winter. !', Mr. and Mrs. Irving Phillips mo- ,.j ;". : .: it I
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In concluding, Mr. Horton said that i iII tored to Fort Myers Tuesday .:'..
J II, other and larger improvements in the i iI i ,: MAKE\ THE CLEWISTON INN YOUR HEADQUARTERS !H
I New River canal can be worked out ,matting down or bunching up and '
later. gives a uniform resiliency that addsso ;"','

\i I much to the 'luxury of a rich, thick s r. ,. . I!
rug,". stated Mr. Dauner. "From my ... '
Celotex Rug LinersPopularity experience 'with rugs I would not hesi ",.J,', U'.>' .. Ii IiCLEWISTON

Taxing tate to say that without question the ..,,''r'," ". THE CLEWISTON INN

.". Celotex Rug Liners will protect rugs .
\ F' ': 'New Plant CapacityPopularity from a great deal of he ordinary wear ,.': \ ; '# FLORIDA II III E Er

and tear and preserve ho texture and I

S\ of the new Celotex Rug nap. And added to this, the Celotexis A! A BANK .ACCOUNT .fir: ,. --.....- I

f'( Liner, recently introduced to the l moth and dust-proof, offering a desired '
.. trade following the success of the Cel sanitation. I. : c I
l.L'. otex Carpet Liner, has taxed the ''pro- YOU
! duction of a temporary plant e5tabI -'I ( '". \ !.
I I ished in Chicago, according to arl D., '

Morris( who has been in charge of the I II building addition in some to carrying reliable full insurance coverage company against, protect loss on your your '"< >' }: \ r'.yri: > :,; :;;; ,;:, ::

sales and production. ;/ '',,
,:! Celotex board specially cut at the I self still further by carrying. a substantial balance in this I : :- ; :' :1:1
strong bank where it is always subject to immediate call ,
mill from the Linoleum Base run when needed. .:1, .' 'j 5
into pieces two by three feet in size, 1 H: I '

are shipped to the Rug Liner plantin .
Chicago. The Liners made : 1 J: ;; { 1
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sectionally for all sizes of rugs e 8ii[ I : .<; ; ,\, :
the 6 x 9 to the 12 x 24. For example, ., : S
\f1' I in the 9 x 12 size there would be three West Pam Beach Lady Attendant :>r. '.':"' ,.. 1
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sections or strips joined together, I ____- -- |1' BUILDERS I ,'. _
each consisting of five units or pieces I :. ;;: .: ; ;

hinged togeher with heavy cloth tape. Y;!
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pieces are attractively bound with ., .. .' I

C\1 heavy cloth tape: These single units : < "" "" < ': ': :; ,, :< THERE IS NOT A HOME, STORE OR .
are then hinged together,. with a spe- : .1 t 'II I
cial machine in of : : "
operation strips
!' from two to six according to the size :C) T Wi L L P.A Vl' : APARTMENT TO RENT IN CLEWISTON ,II

... desired. As in the case of the !9) x 12 '

mentioned above, tape is provided fora i ;'.:: ::, "' < 'AT ANY PRICE AND THERE IS A LONG ;;1 Ii IiI I
special tie joint which holds the .. ; < ; I
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This form of assembly makes it ";. .' w : ; } WAITING LIST OF PROSPECTIVE TEN i.

unusually easy to lay the completed ':: TO GET DETAILS ON THE POSSIBILITIES FOR INVESTMENT '; {' '. !

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I section with the tape pro- '
vided. When laid under a rug, a two- .. "

I I inch overlapping rug margin all '\ ",,..". .0.:,'... 1MAIL" '. '" THAT TELLS THE STORY. .

t., around is allowed. ... .' : I
When each Rug Liner has been .
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completed at the plant, whether it is ..' : : ,j I
! I'', for a large or small rug, it is neatly I
[ : ;'l-. folded and pacqked In a dust-proof ,.
; i i,,' carton The cartons are then checked : SOCIATION.
,r Clewiston, Fla. For Details Write to
and ready for shipment.

E Walter Dauner, salesman for the Gentlemen I interested In I
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x Renard Linoleum t II
and Rug Company your easy plan for saving. Without I .
of St Louis, distributors ',," :
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obligation to me, please send me full CLEWISTON CHAMBER OF COMMERCEClewiston I I
handling the Celotex Rug information. I
.' Liners, recently visited the Chicago :. ,, '

plant with Mr. Morris. After thorough .\ .:_ Name ..__....... .............................................. : Florida ;
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"Celotex lies flat and even, never ,
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g'ri; ; Have YouHeard? W. M. Giles, J. A. Davis, Mrs, G. H. Friday honoring their son and daughter I I Garner, George Bestor. Van Bush and. body our faculty has been. Increased. .
Way Houze and eon, G. H. -in-law. Mr. and Mrs. David Morris Ed Clark. ?
I Miss Maude Magill of La Belle has accepted -
who celebrated their sixth
were Mrs. Spicer and a position In the school and is
John Mowry, resident engineer for ,/anniversary. It was also Mrs. Morris' Miss Evelyn Hawkins.
WHERE .teaching the third grade. ,Miss Sue,
WHEN Seminole Farms accompanied by his twenty-second birthday and Miss Eve;) -
NOVEMBERBy ( Bates of Miami our other new teacher
wife and his son John, Jr., spent lyn's fifth birthday. A delicious chicken I Mr. and Mrs. F. L.
Mrs. L. A. Morgan, Jr. .:: 'k". 'c'rI.{ Wednesday in West Palm Beach.A i Williamson en- has ,charge of the fifth and sixth r
: I dinner was served and delightful tertained with a dinner at their homeon
N for Novelties, very attractive. evening spent at cards. Arcade grades.
.O for odd gifts you will admire.V busy week socially is scheduledfor avenue honoring membersof With eight teachers and only six
for visitors, most welcome. ..... .... Clewiston during the coming week Mrs. Crawford Lundy, Mr. and Mrs. Building presonnell Material company of the Clewiston of which class rooms It will b enecessary to '

E for eats you will want to buy. ',':r':','' ".," when at least three major social Will Courtney:, of Parrish, and Mrs, Mr. Williamson Is president. I have new rooms. Partitioning part of

M for members: ready to serve you.':, <,:' r ,, events will take place. The first of Jim Lundy of Ellentown spent the I Following the delicious dinner the auditorium was suggested for

B for bargains you are sure to find. -. J, the week will be the dinner dance of week end with Mr. and Mrs. Ray I radio program was enjoyed. a : temporary rooms until more definite

E for everyone. Be There. ,. the Clewiston, post of the American Morris. plans were made.
REMEMBER ; I Among the guests were Mr. and E. L. Stallings, county superintendent
R for Legion Monday night when Legionnaires I
Mrs. W. A. Davis
I and son Billie, Mr.
21,2223Ladies' was a visitor at the school today
and their friends will dine and ,
Mr. and Mrs. John Chenet spent
3 and Mrs. B M Beach, Mr. and Mrs.J. ; to look
Aid Bazaarat over the situation.
dance at the Clewiston Inn. the week end In Miami.Mr. G. Allhands, Mr andIrs.. J. E. i
the I Monday saw the beginning of the
The regular bi-weekly dance of the .
and Mrs. Wilson S. Harvel returned Johnson, Mr and Mrs. H. W. Duval, '
Motor Company. I boys basketball practice. Mr. Yancey
Clewiston Cotillion club will be heldon
Wednesday from Miami where Mr. and Mrs. R L Simpson, Mr. and has
very generously offered to coach
Thursday evening at the Inn when they spent two days on business.Mrs. I Mrs. Nils Olsen Miss Velma Vicklund
Mrs. Forrest H. Moreland teacherof Mrs. William G Ames, Grace Moltz, Henri Godio's Show Boat will furnishthe r j the boys. He has had experience In'
Miss Clpde Sweat Heinz
George A. ,
the Bible class of the Clewiston Vesta Allen, Mr and Mrs. B. M. Beach music. These dances have been J. F. Tippey and daughter, W. T. Marfield, Sam Woodham and college basketball, so with the cooperation -
entertained members Mary Young, Mrs. Culbreath, Marcia in I of the boys he should turni .
increasing lately '
Communty church ac- Frances spent Saturday in West Palm J. Q. 'Vickham.I .
of her class at a "Bible Classparty" Avant ,Wallacee Allen, Evelyn Kelley cording to the steadily growing, crowd Beach. i ou a very good team. Mr. Yancey Is

held in the church auditorium Catherine Smith, Dorothy Deam, Doro I and some novel entertainment features i i; qiute popular with the boys and will

Tuesday evening thy Numan, Roberta George, Gene are promised by Dave Alston, Dr. 'V. J: Buck of Belle Glade was I SCHOOL NOTES surely get the best from them. '.at

Games were enjoyed and refresh- Refer, Mrs Allen, Barney Hancock, president, at the dance next Thurs- a business visitor in Clewiston i BY HENRY STOREYThe 'i The practice Monday afternoon con '..,.
and enrollment of the school is sisted of shooting baskets from short
ments consisting of cake and orange- Halson Avant, Horace Walls, Rev. day. Wednesday.Mr. .
ade were served. I Mrs. W. T. Bailey, Jewell Lowe, Elsie Members of the Clewiston Parent still increasing. Today 187 answeredthe I I range to accustom the boys to handling -
Hare Fort roll calls and the enrollment is II the bal. It decided that the
of Myers was
F. Hare and Evelyn I
Among those present were Mrs. I Teacher association and members of : and Mrs, William G. Ames and I
Nowling, Louise Waldron: expected to'reach the 200 mark before I J boys be divided Into two teams and
Dorothy l.
H. Moreland, Mrs. Earl C. the Clewiston Woman's club will son, Leonard motored to West Palm
Carl Mrs. Julius Alston Mr. and Mrs. H. I the term ends. I I captains elected. As Mr. Yancey willi
Mrs. William T. Bailey, Mrs. I I hold a joint meeting, on next Friday Beach Saturday.
The new pupils to enroll in school be unable to be with the
Berner, Miss Marian Leydig, Mrs. Land, and H. Avant. afternoon at the Clewiston Inn. Conservation i team every
this week are Evelyn, Elsie and Rob- afternoon the will take
William G. Ames, Mrs. F. L. Williamson I will be the main subject to I F. "Fat" Etherington is back at captains
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Backus, Mr. The regular meeting of the decision -. be discussed at the meeting.Mr. the Council Service station after a ert Hare from the Fort Myers Junior charge at practice during his absence.

and Mrs. Baker, Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Parent Teacher association will I two months motor trip through the high school and Wilbur Dyess from i As yet the court is unfit to play

Nowling, George Heinz, Miss Clyde I be a joint meeting with the Clewis- and Mrs.. Malcolm W. Bigg southwest. La Belle high. They have entered f basket ball on, but a great deal can

Sweat, Mr. and Mrs Richard Green, ton Woman's club on next Friday November spent a day in West Palm Beach. I seventh, ninth and tenth grades re- be accomplished in building up the

Mr and Mrs. Brown, Mrs. Yeomans, 15. It will be a "Conservation George Watkins, in charge of the specti\ely.: Elsie and her brother both .team in the meanwhile.

:Mr, and Mrs. Larick, Mrs. Winn, Mrs. program. All women of Clewiston are Mr. and Mrs." O. '"Bill" Heaton are ,company nursery at Clewiston motored -. held offices in their respective class- Regular practice. for boys basket-

N. C. Storey, Miss Catherine Smith, urged to attend.Mr. the parents of a baby son born at I to Mami Thursday for the purchase j es._ Elsie being secretary and trea- ball will be held on Monday, Wednesday D
surer of her class and Robert held the
Mrs. S. T. Brooks, Mrs. J. N. White, the Dr. J. C. Nowling sanitarium on of additional! roplical plants and ,
Mrs Pete Wilson) Mrs. Dan Allen. and Mrs. H T. Vaughn and lit November 1. He has been named Har- I shrubs for beautification work in office of president. I and Friday afternoons at five

tle son Walter III who have been old Vaughn Heaton. I Clewiston |i Besides this addition to the student : o'clock.

several months with Mr. -----
A happy group of young folks of spending I

Clewiston met in the school audito- I Vaughn's parents, Mr and Mrs R. Elbert Stewart, cashier of the First I L. A. Morgan, Jr., was a business 'L

rium Friday night for the party., P. Vaughn, Sr. left for Cuba M1 where Bank of Clewiston was' winner this ;visitor in La Belle Wednesday. COMMUNITY CHURCH PROGRAM

panned by the Christian Endeavor so- Mr. Vaughn has a position. week in the Blate Suit club. 'I f

ciety of the Clewiston Community I "' Miss Margie Harvel and Miss Betty I ,' SERMON TEXTS SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 10.,

church. Mr. and Mrs. Poche entertained a Mrs. Allison of Miami Locks who Spicer entertained members of II i : '

, Games were enjoyed and delicious group of friends with a Louisiana fish underwent and operation at the hos- their class at a party in the school ,,I L ,, '.': .. MORNING

- refreshments were served. Dorothy dinner on the pan floor of the mill pital of Dr. J. C. Nowling Is recuper- auditorium. Games were played and '\. \' : ,

Deam was awarded first prize for cos Sunday noon. John Mowry caught the' ating."Uncle". refreshments were served. ::: 'JUSES': : ... OF THE CHURCH,. ..

tumes for the girls and J. G. Weandt fish on Saturday and the chef, for the Guests Included Mae I.il'y' Stone, :;:.. '- >- :,./" ; I : >,
first prize for the boys. spread Sunday was Ed Melancon with :; Jack Greer, Moore Haven Carolyn Hawkins, Joy Willingham, ';::t. ., :\' EVENING : < ,. .j'

Among those present were A. W.. Sam Frazer in charge of making and pioneer was treated by Dr. Nowlingfor I Sarah Bussey, Mary Bush, Elva Al- y
Sias, Dr. J. W. Ezelle, Joe Cato, Brick serving the French drip coffee. broken ribs. I ston, Roberta Spicer, Charles Suns, ,

Back, Bill Pires, Sam Sumner, Hoyt Among the guests were Mr. and Halson Avant, Merrel Lowe, Jimmie

English, Bill Drew, Bill Hancock, Bill Mrs F. L. Williamson, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. J. C. Luning of Tallahassee

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Young, J. G. Weandt, D. E. Calloway, R. Y. Patterson and sons, Bobbie and who, spent several days in Clewiston "" ru.n nonrnnnon"9 II i II 'I"411' i 1'r,1t ,I'"''"'" "''''''I'll"._''' '''' ." "" "" II'''''"""1<"" ""to'IP."'0" "" IE""K''''
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Dickie Mrs. Wilber D. Cole,
Horace Walls, Elmer Montgomery, and returned to her home Wednesday on

Henry Stalls, Jimmy Crouch, Merrell Mr. and Mrs. P. A Poche Mr. and learning that her brother Ford Adams

Lowe, C. K. Davis, J. B. Hampton, Mrs. A. Backus, Mr and Mrs. John I recuperating from an operation at the .

Frank Cothern, Walner Young, Bill Mowry and son, John, Mr. and Mrs. hospital of Dr. J. C, Nowling is now .. .,,' .- : ':' !

Whitcombe, Mrs. Fred Moltz, Miss L. Frank Wright, Miss Mary Sheldon, !out of danger.Mr. ;ti! v '' -.-, \

M. Overall, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Brown Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm W. Bigg, 1\Irs.1| : "?' '';'

Elizabeth King, Mr. and Mrs R. GeorgeMr. I Franc Howard, Barney P. Moran, L.I| and Mrs. Ira A. Morris entertained ": .-" '.

and Mrs. N. C. Storey, Mr. and L. Ramsey: Ed Melancon, Sam Frager 1 at a six: : o'clock dinner last : ....: tz4 ..' '

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LAWTON SIMS\ Adjutant JIM BEARDSLEY, Historian .: :( "

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: I intermediate section was held Friday I'HEAVY MACHINERY ,:, JEFFRIES ADDS BELLE CLADERS TO 1


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i MUSES POETICALLY ON TRANSPORTATION primary teachers section present were spoke.Miss Clewiston Jamye (Continued from page 1) (Continued from page 1) (Continued from page 1))

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! Williams, Miss :Magill: and Miss Elta mill and these are expected within tion to use the name Golden Guern- make arrangements for the purchase

Whatley. the next few days. The New Fenc rotary sey Milk. This according to the local of a motion picture projection ma-
Soaring majestically thousands of He takes a little gasoline that
I Speakers at the Junior high section filters will be added to the six dairyman is a big asset since It is chine for use of the Belle Glade post
feet above the Southern Sugar company shoots like a gun,
I departmental meeting were S. H. Ellison plate and frame and six Vallez rotary a recognized fact that Guernsey milk which will sponsor three movie shows
plantations in the northern Ever- Runs it through some chunks of
I Miss Mary Ansley, Mrs: J. R. filters which were used last year. sells from 30 to 50 per cent higher a week to be given at the Legion
glades Neil Stewart, pilot for P. G. iron and makes the darn thing
Bussey, Miss Allie Kennon, and Mrs. With all heavy machinery ship- than other milk.Enthusiastic Hall. Proceeds from the entertainments -
operating vice president of 'run.
Bishop, I
Sara Smigh. Clewiston teachers at- ments completed work at the factory over the possibilitieshere will be used to complete the
the Southern Sugar company this And with this so called engine, set
tending were :Mrs: Yancey, Mr. Mc- during the next month and a half of Jeffries said that the northern new Legion home.
i week ruminated on the ways of man. In the so called shay I
Bath and Mrs. Beardsley. construction work will center on pip- I Everglades constitute the best dairy
; From the deep purple reverie came i He makes a way to guide the
Ing and on covering the completed j I'land in the entire south and despitethe
r the following thoughts on evolutionof thing and drives his bus away. i
I I II structural steel work with sheet met- discouraging comments of those ,
r transportation: I Now calling this an automobile and FAST NEW MAIL .
I I al siding and windows. Within the I he consulted before coming here, 'be"
F-f> Man was made with feet and legs figuring out a train PLAN OUTLINED
factory two Gilchrist clarifiers
are built a modern $30,000 dairy and
: ', to move himself about He hitches up electricity to make
being Installed and this work will be brought a herd of 22 Guernsey cattle
He was also given head and brain speeds 'that are insane. (Continued from page 1))
,: finished soon. here from Ohio. The venture has beenso
I to cut all his work out. And even then dissatisfied with
I In the grinding department the 18 successful that at has
t t' What does he do but catch a traveling in all these i 1 Smith, "leaves West Palm Beach at he present I I
mill rolls have been installed and'adjusted 53 cows and is able to
barely supply
horse, and make the dumb thing He thinks he ought to travel high ; seven o'clock In the morning coming
I it being merely a matter of a the demand.
4 run just like the birds and bees. i to Belle Glade where it is transferred I I NOR
I few horns 'W.ork.of connecting the "Later in
the year" he said "we
While he sits upon the animal's He builds himself a box kite to to a Clewiston truck and arrives here, t
driving gear to the rolls before grinding plan to market cottage cheese and SEND YOUR (OPK TO .
back which is movement without around the sky I
soar : at eleven o'clock. All mail placed in '
work done. I! Then he puts a motor in and really I the post office before 11 a. m. reaches I'I is possible. butter in addition to milk and cream." 1
Brick work on the boiler house Clew> ; Now the horse can easily carry i i begins to fly. j Palm Beach at six o'clock the same
ovens is now complete and sheet met- [
one and sometimes carry two. With all these modes to get about night.j NORTHERNER We'll be to and
al work on this building will be SAYS happy serve you
"t, So man sits down to figure out by and save his tender soles j "This gives the people 'better ser- started immediately. SUGAR WILL J'lAKEFLORIDA'S you'll be delighted after you have had

some odd means or way He sits dawn with a pencil to vice with all mail catching the early FUTURE us execute a trial order for laundry {
Despite the fact that the work of
For the horse to carry three or shoot at higher goals. j delivery in Jacksonville which formerly the for .you. We have the facilities for
past called for than
four, and hits upon the shay Now what :will he be doing next is did not get in on the early deliver doubling the year capacity of the more 1,500 ton (Please turn to page 5)) doing special work such as-launder*

t. Now the shay would ,get you there I the question of the day |I there." -- I, ing furniture slip covers, curtains, I
a day mill, is well to I
and back, if :you had a horse, But that question will forever I: Answering the charge that mail remains schedule in all progress construction up of the sugar activities over the 50 blankets, etc.-and our special charge
I depart-
So man sits down to figure out a stan, for no one can ever say. !i in Belle Glade over night, Mr. ments and the new mill will be ready mile stretch from Moore Haven to is moderate considering the time and 1 1I I.

horseless shay of course. Neil Stewart. Smith said: I Canal work that it
//! I for the grinding season In January. and were conducted saves you.
'\ I "No mail is left in Belle Glade. In
i if through the new 4,000 ton a day sug-
'lr d CLEW1STON, VETSREFRESH :\ ties be stationed at Clewiston, Canal i fact none is taken off the truck ex- FLOOD CONTROL CROUP ar mill by one of the Southern Sugar CLEWISTONLAUNDRY '

\t9 MEMORIES\ f Point, Okeechobee City, Brown Peanut :I jcept the mall for Belle Glade." company officials.
, II I! Farmn Opalocka and Davie. (Continued from page 1) Leaving here for the east coast yes- .
(Continued from page 1) I committee will investigate the feasibility FLYING SCHOOL I terday, Mr. and Mrs. Richmann PASO AVE.+ SAN BONITA ST.

i!I __ of the plan and report back to TO BE STARTED ; planned to visit Miami and West Palm
I ing were O. F. Gardner, Lake Placid; CifWISTONKour! FLORiDA
i' Gondrecourt, France when fie good t
the board at the next meeting.It Beach before returning to their homein
:: J. W. Christie, La Belle W. T. Eller
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i news came. Mr. Parkinson who spent was also definitely decided that j (Continued from page 1)) Indianapolis. < snow ite Laundry !
Fort Lauderdale i
I. 17 months with the army in France West Palm Beach be designated as ; Stanley Kitchen,
Stuart; T. E. Henderson, OkeechobeeB.
1' says his memory is rather hazy on permanent headquarters for both i I a dozen n Pahokee, and he said that ,
R. Kessler Fort Pierce
; Col. J.
how the news was received. I boards. It was originally decided that the latter may be transferred to I I
W. Blanding and W.: P Franklin of ,Ii
"I don't quite remember just how alternate meetings would be held in Clewiston for further instruction, be- 'i CLEWISTON CAFE
Fort Myers; Alexander Orr, Jr., Cecil !
the arrived. recollection
news My only Tallahassee. cause of the superiority of the landing

r is that we welcomed the en.d witha fields in this area. Watson, Captain George F. Cook, B. I j

w real celebration and I sometimes Six of his ''students are now doing B. Freeland of Miami; John S. Cot- II THE ONLY PLACE OF ITS KIND IN GREATER !i ii
SCHOOL FINANCES IN trell of Moore Haven; George F. Ben- CLEWISTON
think that now after 11 years an occasional solo work and seven more will solo
CRITICAL CONDITION I sel of West; Palm, Beach and Col Gil- i
headache is another
just re-
within, the next week he said.! I
bert 'I OPEN FROM 5 A. M. TO 1 A. M.
': sult of that party." If organization of the local flying I, Youngberg of Jacksonville. I I!
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d Fred Puryear, of the Clew page -
I j manager school is successful, Mr. Mitchell said We serve only the best the market affords ,
iston Inn, who on November 11, 1918 he will arrange to give, dual 'instruc-I organized by F. L. Williamson a

{; was attached to a naval aviation station I j now discharged, were offered as reaI tion to local -students at a year ago is a non-political body composed REGULAR DINNERS-SHORT ORDERS I

"" '/ I sons for the present financial condition I II I of representatives from twelve '
in Boston is the only local vet- I I '
;I ,convenient for them, although it was
': but it was emphasized by the J South Florida counties. Valuable sta- :
eran who insists that he didn't celebrate i I believed that most of thE flying would : OYSTERS A SPECIALTY \

I liquidly, but adds "the only reason J board members that unless the $12- be done here on week ends. tistics n problems of the northern Everglades -I : _._

i 000 loan can be negotiated the school have been compiled and for-
I didn't, is because it d.oesn'tagree '
The Waco plane used by Mr. Mitchell "' "
with me. Mr. Puryear first situation of the county will become!!I for instruction work is a licensed wardefl to federal authorities at Washington ;:" .::, Home Made Pits f't

learned that something unusual has serious.A. i I by the association, and the /-: Dinners At .
ship and Mr. Mitchell holds a gover- :' Enjoy your Sunday Chicken t
happened when a rollicking celebrator -' L. Taylor, chairman of the school ment license. purpose of the meeting Tuesday was ,

tossed a handful of camphor flakes board, and cashier of the Bank of La The Krauger Air Lines of Stuart is :ita obtain approval of the membership The Clewiston Cafe-The Home of Good Coffee. f ft

I In his eyes. Belle said that his bank was unable the company with, whch Neil Sewart, i for the general plan of work outlined. t

f Samuel Brooks mechanical to advance the necessary funds. l
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, ,I., News was Corporal Brooke; of the board has deposited $32,000 in the La I[ I i ,

First Pioneer Infantry at Dunn, Belle bank against $5,200 in the It

p. France, when the news came. "We Clewiston bank and that the collateral THE "FAIR" AWNING :, ". ,
.. were at the Meuse river" he said "as for school funds put up by the La ';;: : : ... < .. : .>
the first reserve, but after the news Belle bank was $2,000 and against SHOPPEQuality :/ : \ ; : .d'. : ; r 1tI" 1\\

came celebration there was little reserve at There the iston$10,000 bank.collateral placed by the Clew. Remembered Long After :., <,::< : :( ,
which followed.
i Price Is Forgotten ,
; ;-' was no of events, but it was The $3,500 advanced by the 'Clewiston &/? .:- ., }t:"
program I II No10 Lakeview_ Arcade, Lakeview ?'" \, ,I,' I II
better than 15 or 20 New Orleans bank will keep the schools open Avenue : '

mardi gras rolled into one." for another month and it is hoped i \\t.
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Phone 2-0229 : ANNOUNCEMENTt.
An interesting angle on the celebration that some arrangements for negotiating II
West Palm Florida '
11 years ago was given by the $12,000 loan will be made during v

? '* Captain F. Deane Duff, general manager i that periad.CLElVISTON. \', vfV'\
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of the Clewiston company who at I !

the end of the war was a captain in.. WELLREPRESENTED .. IN ANNOUNCING THE RETIREMENT OF S. R.. CONNELL II

the 326th Batallion tank corps of the AT MEET PROTECT YOUR ?

third army engineers stationed at FROM THE' CONNELL] FILLING STATION f I
Chalon-sur-Marne. I (Continued from page 1)) EYES I

"For several days prior to the actual ** AND HIS INTEREST BEING PURCHASE BY i

I signing of the Armistice, there primary section Friday afternoon, They are your most valu- .'

I I I, were rumors on top of rumors of the three addresses, each,followed by ten able possessions. : H. E THE R TON :: 'i !

i signng, so that when it really did come minute discusssions were deliveredby

I ijj it was hard to believe that it was not C. M. Miles\ state supervisor of MOORE'S Inc. t

another The French people, physical and health education, Miss
that is the old French people who had I i I Mary Shoppaid, state supervisor of Optometrists West Palm 'Beach, Fla.Opticians THE POLICY OF THE SERVICE STATION WILL ";

refused to leave the area, accepted the teacher training and :Miss Allie Lou 11

.j' signing, as fact and it was interesting Felton, demonstration teacher. Clew- Dr. Buck's office Belle Glade Tues- REMAIN THESAME. OUR ONLY DESIRE IS TO ;

reo iston was represented at this meeting days, 9:30 to 12:30. Lake Plew Hospital -
to old and old dancing
see women men : CONTIN- '
madly and delirious with joy in' by Miss Mary Skeldon. Clewiston, Tuesdays, P. M. SERVE THE PUBLIC BETTER. WE WILL I 11;

b the village streets." I The departmental meeting for the
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Nero Through All-Pullrnan Train (Hell Gate Bridge Route)
\, 20 acres a day, which In hand plant- FROM MOORE HAVEN WILL HAVE ;

ing, requires' at least 14 men. Additional Boston Springfield New York .

r, time is also saved in the fact that CHARGE OF THE FORD SERVICE STATION. ALL ;
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one loading will plant two ,rows, each ': ;; Club, Lounge, Dining, Sleeping Cars
half a mile long, while In the old :'
I 74 Dally Schedule-Effective Nov. 3, 1929 73 CARS BE SERVICED IN '
hand planting method considerable I ,
'. time was lost by laborers in their LOCKLAR HAS ACCEPTED THE POSITIONAS
short trips from the rows to the seed 5.25 PM Lv.Clewiston. ?................ Ar. 11.15 AM ;j

6.40 AM Ar. Jacksonville ........ Lv. 10.40 PM
Twenty planters. 7.00 AM Jacksonville. ............ Ar 9.50 PM
.aJ more are nearing "II
completion at the sugar company plantation 10.30 AM Ar. Savannah ...........,.... Lv. 6.15 PM HAVEN SALES COMPANY AND WILL BE LOCATED

L machine shop under the personal 10.10 PM Ar.Richmond. ................ Lv. 6.40 PM t I

I supervision of Mr. Storey. 1.05 AM Ar. Washington ............ Lv. 3.40 AM IN CLEWISTON.

s I ) I II b6.20 AM Ar. New York (Pa. Sta) Lv. 10.20 PM II

, STATE BOARDS __ 11.00 AM Ar. Springfield .....?;....... Lv. 5.30 PM

I PLAN MOVE 12.35 PM Ar.Boston. (South Sta.) Lv. 4.30 PM, "
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'I .- !' Sleepers occupied until 7.30 a.m.. :;- H. ETHERTON, MANAGER'
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glades drainage--engineer- was em- Fastest Service Between decision and :Boston", :' J ""S ': .Fords, Parts; Service-That Good Gulf Gas-Fisk.Tires' ., '

_.' powered to employ a nationally known 1 Tickets, Reservations, Information from Local? Agent, or .' ,_' ,. '" T,
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ROY GREEN Clewiston Fi'a
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necessary .- : I
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for the maintenance of the ATLANTIC COAST LINEThe t .I', .. '

Everglades experimental station near ,., l" "
Belle Glade. Standard Railroad of the S"ouih j

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The Palm. Beach Merchants, Appreciate Your BusinessPrograms :

: enhance the beauty of several stage
Two Feature the' most sumptuous spectacle romances to seek after the material things_ ber, giving
Another numbers in which Colleen is sup- I i no thought to growingmore.

Week The Kettler ever conceived.In II ported by a huge ensemble of seven- money, property and related goods. I ,We have robbed our soil of
STANLEY this production Miss Compson .
s tytwo brilliantly costumed show girls I think that In our mad i its fertility, and handed it down to
PALM BEACH, FLORIDA brings to you a hitherto little known rush to acquire material goods, we following
: In shape
and dancers. It is in these color episodes worse
With Nancy Carroll in Sweetie part of her versatallty, that as mistress I that the popular song hits, "If don't take time to think of. the finer, ''I than it ,was when we tooke it over.

Week beginning November 10, 1929. And Betty Compson In Street Girl of the violin solo of such haunt- nobler things of life. Of course material I We have given no 'thought to the

Ing charm that when once heard will Believe I things are necessary, and we morrow.
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SUNDAY MONDAY 10 My Naughty Eyes" and P"llly
form one of those nevertobeforgotten must strive to get them, but all too However
I the old order
Nancy: Carroll the winsome star of ;I Porn Pam Plee, are introduced, al changethand
Unit 1PARAMOUNT nicidents In your enjoyment of otter we measure a person's successIn I
a new one is slowly but
"Tire Dance of Life," and Helen Kane of which are sung by Miss Moore gradually -
NEWS the audible screen. I life by his ability to accumulate
being ushered in. We
are beginning
the famous recording artist and In addition to Hackett and March, '
MUSIC & SOUND EFFECTS Jack Oake plays opposite Miss j stores of material goods. i to give thought to the principal w;
Broadway headliner, are featured in j the supporting cast of "Footlights and
Compson. while Ned Sparks and Jo- A recent news story told of an !things. '
Unit 2 Paramount's first collegiate musical I I Fools" presents Virginia Lee Corbin, I .
I seph Cawthorn have most important Oklahoma woman who had ,been declared I
AReal Western Round-up comedy, "Sweetie," coming to the I Edward Martindel, Adrienne df Am-: .
places in the cast; musical settingsare a master farm homemaker of |
Scenes of New York Night Life Kettler Theatre in West Palm Beach j brlcourt. Mickey: Bennett Cleve Moore
furnished by the famous Gus Arn- that state. She gave as her greatest v
all in an for four days starting Saturday, No- Andy Rice, Jr., Frederic Howard and o.
helm's Ambassador Hotel Band, while I personal ambition that "The world i
"AUDIO REVIEW", vember 9th. In support of these two Sidney Jarvis in other important por
Doris Eaton and her chorus keeps the \ might be just a tiny bit better for my
All Sound Novelty popular stars are Jack: Oakle, the : trayals. John McCormick produced
whole story moving along at a rapid having lived in it." A pretty good
freckle-faced comedian of "Close Har- this First Nationa and Vitaphone picture f
: Unit 3 ; pace. I personal ambition, I'd 'say.For .
mony" and "Fast Company; ,' and i which William A. Seiter directed F T EL. 8121
A GEM"SNTPPY years and centuries a great mo- '
Stanley Smith a new and handsome from Carey Wilson's scenario I || M ii Ml IIP.Jst
CO-ED" AT I jority; of farmers have been"trying to
juvenile. Laugs and fun galore in an all-
with take everything and put nothing back. l.I '
In this latest Paramount Production talking Christie comedy "The Dancing I '
NAN BLACKSTONE We have cleared our land of its tim- > Beach
rollicking humor, tuneful, melodies and week will long be remem Gob,"' featuring Buster West I .

Musical Star delightful melodies, and delghtful ro- bered in the history of West Palm Closing with a Paramount News.:: .......... .-..-.-..-..................... . ....... ............ .. ....
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Unit 4 i, mance are the order of1 things. In Beach as the 7th ANNIVERSARY of \I The next attraction of the week for .:. .:el

All Talking I r brief, it can be said that unrestrained the Stanley Theatre. In his week (I Snday and Monday is the "Personali

"COLD SHIVERS" ,- :gayety; is the keynote of "Sweetie." three of the outstanding pictures withan ty Miss"' Alice White singing-dancing l TRUTHFUL TRANSACTIONS I

'A Jack White Comedy Miss Kane sings three new song hits unusual line of short subjects will 'i as never before with Jack Delaney D

"He's So Unusual "I Think Youll be presented to the patrons of this ,in "The Girl From Woolworths.; ::: 3E:
Unit 5 c:. To know your diamonds, know your jeweler.
Like It," and "The, Prep Step. The (theatre. Just read the following and : Supporting this unusual attraction is

ALICE WHITEin famous baby voice of the "boop-boopa "i you will obtain an idea of the excellent .Nan Blackstone musical star in, :: ;\_ By with confidence from a firm :you can trust. -iI :

girl records splendidly the attractions. I Co-ed' all-sound novelty, + +
WOOLWORTHS""The doop" on I "Snappy an .... ..
"THE GIRL FROM audible screen as those who heard I. "Footlights and Fools" the newest'I "Audio Review' showing the nightlife .
Personality Miss" her sing in the Richard Dix picture of Colleen Moore's entertainingscreen of New York, "Is Everybody Hap- r .

Back Again with Jack Delaney I "Nothing But The Truth," will surely- stories, and the first of her py?" starring the famous Broadway ,

A First National Vitaphone Talking ly I testify. Cast as a flapping co-ed dialogue pictures to include episodes i stars Ted Lewis called "The High
I ,
Comedy.Unit who persists in making love to bash. I in Technicolor, has been secured by I II i Hat Tragedian of Jazz" wiht Ann y. 1'

6 ful college boys, Miss Kane is a riot' I the management of the Stanley Theatre i! Pennington and Alice Day on Tuesday r y

SCREEN FUTURES of fun in a series of diverting comedy West Palm Beach, Fla.. for 3 Wednesday. A Chorus Girl Comedy -
scenes. days starting Thursday.This !I "Tight Places" and Paramount .:. C. MARTIN .:. ,

MissCarroll also sings a tuneful Vita phone special offers the i 1 News concluding enjoyable evening .

TUESDAY WEDNESDAY 12 13 number "Sweeter, Than Sweet," and popular little star a wide scope for i iI of entertainment. 3::' '-S JE\VELER" :r

Jack Oakie literaly brings the house I her exceptional talent .In characterization .. +.
Unit 1"PARAM'OUNT jl -. :. 211 Clematis St. West Palm Beach ':. ...,
down with his hilarious rendition of for here role includes highly RURAL COMMON SENSE FOR -t.

NEWS"MUSIC Interesting variations She appears HEADQUARTERS ....
"Alma Al
Mammy, a burlesque on :
& SOUND EFFECTS .. Cruen, Traub, Towle.1 +
Jolson and Alma Mater. as a supposedly exotic French actress : SHOULD SEEK AFTER '
'I', :;: Oldest clablishcd Jewelry Store In West Palm Beach.' 1:
Unit 2 George Mario the famous subtitle with'an intriguing Parisian accent, in PRINCIPAL THINGS

A Chorus, Girl Comedy writer for silent pictures, wrote the part of the story; impersonates a' .'::...:..:..:.:.:_.:..:_:..:......: :.._:....':'.:":.'....:'.:".,.....'.."......_......:.0...'.._,......".............._..................................._...".._.,........_:... (I
"TIGHT PLACES"Unit stoy. He also wrote lyrics for the slangy Broadway chorus-girl In aujother I. "Wisdom. is the principal .thing; -

songs which Richard Whiting com episode of the plot and plays'the 'j therefore get understanding and all
3 Make The
posed for this sparkling musical comedy greater part of her characterization these things will be added unto you." -
Ted Lewis ,
Whiting, it will be remembered, in her own charming personality. We people of the farms, like our

"The High Hat and Tragedian of Jazz" wrote the popular song hit, "Louise" Technicolor has been employed to i I neighbors of the cities, are too prone POI S N SET TA! "''>' HOTEL
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which Maurice Chevalier' sang in "In- ,
Ann I r.J..raJC': II I--_ .
Pennington Alice Day in I ;a..J; ,, T :::c.r': "
nocents at'Paris.. Frank Tuttle, whddirected
"IS' EVERYBODY HAPPY?" Your Home While 1 InVest Palm
"The Greene Murder Case' I Beach

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Weaves A Spell Of Love and ,Romance'Around directed.,"Sweetie/ I ,'t. r -, '''( : !"" 'f'2JltL/ ;" "

Your Heart 'In This-'' Singing The latter part of' the week- PTXTONS fN C. (>>7Vfieaszs/. \;,' Us, r;, ; To'Please: 'Von".
See the best
us for grade o
Dancing Vitaphone Production.Unit Wednesday, Thursday and Friday-is I .: !:j EARLE R CRESSWELL, Manager 1>>\

devoted to an important newcomer in western grown seed with high germination -
4 the New Show World of all-talking "Qu Mty never COP CLEMATIS & DIXME HIGHWAY

SCREEN FUTURES pictures. The Kettler Theatre is highly at the lowest market/ prices. _.. ......---- __ ...r-o.---.

pleased to that it has obtained Questioned"Formerly .. .
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THURSDAY, FRIDAY SATURDAY, an engagement of "Sreet Girl"the ._ 5'

14.15.16 first all-talking, all-singing, musi- the day they arc received. If i Fenders I :.: YOUR EYES ARE YOUR MOST VALUABLE |:;

cal drama offered by Radio Pictures. .
Unit 1 "Street Girl" you are an out of town customer, j I :!: I:!:
is a picture that is at 222 Clematis Street I POSSESSIONS .

NEWS EVENTS once pulsing throbbing and; daring. give your order to any of the Transportation I *

MUSIC & SOUND EFFECTS With Betty Compson heading the cast I I I I :: Protect them from STRAIN CLARE witm ,TILLYER CRUX-. :3!:

comes a parade of actors which promises Lines and they will bring :.:: ITE Lenses. :%:
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ALL TALKING Miss you the seed on the return trip. Our :;. Accurate to the very edge." X;
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DANCING Compson are Jack Oakie the delightful I ) motto Is SERVICE AND QUALITY \ LADIES AND MENS .:.. .;..'. 'J.
BUSTER WESTin !" comedian of "Sweetie" Ned ':SEe 1'100RE TO SEE """OR"E '

Sparks, Joseph Cawthorn, Gus Arn- FINE SHOES

helm's Ambassador Hotel Band and
Dorid Eaton and her beautiful dancing -

-1 i Unit i 3 ensemble.The THE SEED STORE OUR PRICES

"Sparkling"COLLEEN story of "Street Girl" is all of
$5.00 and $6.00
MOORE the glaring, laughing lure of Broad- H. Dp Derrick, Seedman i;

.... in"FOOTLIGHTS ': -- way-days and nights of heedless 912-913 Belvedere Road !

& FOOLS" pleasure-laughter and extravagent WEST PALM BEACH, FLA. i
with madness-a medley of reckless heart- Visit our store while inWest t-
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RAYMOND HACKETT beauty-costly care-

FREDERIC MARCH less counting of the cost-all woven Residence 2-2027, Business 2.2560I I Palm Beach :: 222 1-2 Clematis St. West Palm Beach 14t

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First National ProductionUnit Vitaphone I I HALSEY & GRIFFITHInc. For your past busi ',: Ii i i I I f WHEN IN THE : WEST PALM BEACH :f:

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