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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 22, 1929
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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I VOLUME 3-NO. 48 CLEWISTON. FLORIDA FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1929 PRICE 5 CENTS

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) PUMPING PLANT. Benefit Be Held Bridge For To School FINAL TOUCHE FIRST CARlOTSI 40,000,000' Cel sex: Shipped Feet Of Is A. A. A. VISITORS


AT SOUTH LINE On Next WednesdayPlans ARE ADDED TO. i I OF BEANS ROLL New High Sales Peak HIGH IN PRAISE I


for a benefit bridge game In Celotex shipments during the month

: FINISHED SOON which every resident of the community BIG NEW MIll ITO, GOOD MARKET of October were the biggest in the OF EVERGLADES

will be asked to participate were history of the company according to

announced yesterday by Mrs. William word received in Clewiston this week j I I _

Pumps Installed and Operation G. Ames who said that the bridge Fires Started To Dry( Total Cars Expected -,from B. G. Dahlberg, president. II I Motor Club Officials ,

I Of Gallon game will be held next Wednesday During October there were 40,000-
60,000 ,. Out Six Boiler To Reach 15 From 12
States
night at the Clewiston Inn by the 000 squad feet shipped as against the Are '
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R Plant Is ScheduledFor Clewiston social club, the proceeds' to- Furnaces.. ., From Clev/iston. previous high record of 32,000,000 Guests, at Clewiston On
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This Week. go to the Clewiston _schooL ,square feet in October 192S.
; State
I Mrs. Ames and Mrs. Albert Backus Further Indications of the approaching I. Clew ston's first carlot beans of the, Tho probability that a Celotex fac- Tour.
grinding season in the Southern
Construction of the new pumping! will be hostesses and a record attend- season rolled northward to hungry tory will be established in Clewiston -
'$.' station in the South Line sections I' ance is expected. Sugar company's mill at Clewistonwere ['markets this week and pight i carloads within the next few years is causing Visibly impressed with the possibilities -
seen'' this'week: when for the' first have'; I I of the northern
) already been Everglades
uth of Clewiston is rapidly nearing r shipped, it Is expected local people to closely follow Celotex as ,
time smoke poured from the new 205 an additional automobile i
that the total will route for
I completion, and construction crews ( reach 15 before :activity.
early this week were Installing the GOVT. AGENTS foot smoke stack, ,as flies were start f the; end of the week. :winter vlsitos from the north this year

: .. 54 inch Wood screw pump. It is expected ed to dry out the new furnaces.In 5, W C. Bill Hooker started pickingon fifty representatives of the American "

I the grinding department progress : his 120 acres early Monday morn- Automobile Association headed by Peter :
that the station
will
be in operation HERE ON'TOUR .
late this week. this week was marked by the coupling, ing and picking] on the Seminole farms .GLADES MEETINGIS Van Geyt of Tampa, spent several :
of the driving gear to the! 'mill l rolls., was i( hours in Clewiston last
started: Wednesday while smaller Saturday on '
Foundation work II
\ was done by the 1
Installation of the new' mill rolls and I their tour of the
E. F. Powers construction companyand OF EVERGLADESDept. farmers in the Clewiston section are Glades section. ,,1
the necessary dredging work was adjustment of the old rolls had been I I I also picking beans. PLANNED FOR j I The delegation which made the .;

done by the Southern Sugar company I completed some months ,ago and with.I Expresse )C shipments of beans ,have .1 i trip from Miami in two large buses
the couplings now connected the IS been' WEST consisted of managers of Motor clubs :r
with Its own equipment. Equipment 0 f AgricultureMen I I .sent. to northern markets earlier PALM BEACH.
rolls are ready. for immediate opera J .this 1 from several northern states, the ;
..,,. In the new pumping station consists season but first carload lots pur-
'\ Here To ChecIcPossibilities. started rolling this week. i I i pose of the trip being to gather first
of one 54 inch Wood screw pump with tion.With I I I
'"",EJ[ a capacity of 60,000 gallons' of water all, bulky mac1linery'insta, Prospects for 'an exceptionally good Strengthening Of Bonds: t I hand information on road conditions i:!
and tho erection of steel ,work for-j bean:,year have encouraged local farmers and places of Interest that they will :;
per minute' operated by ISO h.
one p. Of Friendsh
Diesel engine, Acting, on instructions from Washington Please turn to ,Page 5 '1 : _: in continuing, put:in bean i t p Is be better equipped to direct their 'i',;

The work is part of the $600,000 a group of officials from the crops and adily additional. 'acreage is Meeting Object. members who are planning o winter !i..

I drainage program launched a few U. S. Department .of agriculture WACO j being.planted.Flooded .. 4 -, in the south. I;
PLANE WILL '
months ago which includes work in stopped in Clewiston Tuesday nighton -' 'conditions another parts o'f'tl1e I ,The Everglades residents and mem- I At Belle Glade the visiting officials i

tho Sugarland district, Unit C, South a comprehensive tour of the Everglades state' earlier. inthe season gave bers of the "West Palm Beach cham were met by a delegation of Clewis't''t

t; Florida Conservancy district and Pelican ; to determine the agricultural RETURNTOMORROWMitchell ',, the farmers, of the northern Everglades ber of' commerce will meet to discuss tonites who rode the buses to Clew- f

a: ,decided ., plans for iston explaining the farming and ,sugar :;
Lake district, completion of which possibilities of this region. The pur- advantage and prosj greater cooperation between
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will bring: the total capacity of pumps I pose if'' the ,trip is to acquaint official, j n t .indications are that, the northern'Everglades tho two sections of the state at a I i cane activities en rote. Clew stou'i'i

'. on Southern Sugar company lands to I Washington with the possibilities of To Continue'Organization farmer from :Moore Have meeting;! to be held about December ites who joined the party at Belle \.

more than 1,000,000 gallons of water this section and the advisability of tq Pahokee and Canal Point will en-, 15, it was learned here yesterday.. Glade were H. A. Bestor, Tom Shelly, ::

per minute. federal aid in the solution of Ever- ,OfFlying I joy a;. winter of unusual prosperity, j Plans for such a meeting were discussed Bill Chalker and Tom Smith. ;l l

I 40. glades problems. School. !From Belle Glade there have been at a recent board meeting of Following an informal lunch at the '1

Arriving here Tuesday night: the I ten cars of beans ,shipped this week II j j the chamber of commerce in West (Please turn, to page ) ::1

SECRETARY NAMED I official ;rt-h: d dbG: McCall Caked JacK! to Palm Beach for a I Palm Beach and it is believed probable -I 5)I

;0' chairman of the committee studyingthe periodic inspection of his plane by MERCHANTS that motorcades from Belle Glade

FOR STATE BOARDS I' Glades members of the party government officials R. H. ,Mitchellof MEETPOSTPONED and Clewiston will make the trip. HUNTING 11 I

spent the night at the Clewiston Inn the Kreuger Airline of Stuart, who ..- Although tho program of events for II i

. after discussing local affairs with spent the past week in Clewiston or- TILL the meeting has not yet been workedout LAW ENFORCEMENT

Clewiston and Southern SugarCom- ganizing an aviation school, will return it is understood that the east il
Drainage And Flood
pany officials. here Saturday to continue his TUESDAY coast chamber officials will seek as !F

Control Boards The Everglades tour started Tuesday work and make further plans for, NEXT the main speaker B. G. Dahlberg.; president I PLANNED BY STATE it

..: Name Young. when the party chartering a bus definitely establishing his Everglades of the Celotex company and the It'\

,... traveled to Canal Point and studied headquarters at Clewiston. I Southern Sugar company. I .

; Appointment -of \ A. W. Young, ', of truck: crops at Port Myakka. Returning A new OX5 motor has been 'put in (Committee Reports On Since the completion the new ,I Instructions Are Issued It r

Vero Beach as executive secretary of to Canal Point they inspected the the Waco plane to replace the OXX6 Local Trade Plan Sugarland highway from Clewiston to To All 1 Deputy War'I''I

the Everglades Drainage board and sugar cane fields of the Southern Sugar motor he formerly used and there To Be Made. the east coast, merchants of the coast dens to Enforce

the Florida Flood Control Board company and made 'an inspection will be no difficulty in it's being approved have noticed a substantial increase i,

r of the Government cane experimental in the government inspection, In volume of business and to continue '
featured the meeting the two state ,Because many of the members had All I!
oJ station. From there they proceeded Mr. Mitchell said.Clewistonites .' I I to keep this; spirit.__of. good.-will be- persons found hunting without
boards in West Palm Beach last engagem'ents I
,
previously arranged the a license will be
I to the Brown Peanut fam and were are becoming more tween the two sections is they main prosecuted, accord- II
Thursday. regular meeting of the Clewiston Bet- -
ing to instructions issued Department
f Offices as headquarters of the dinner guests at the Everglades' Ex- airminded daily, Mr. Mitchell said and' reason for the December meeting'I I by the If
ter Business League scheduled for of Game and Fresh Water
W perimenal station with Dr. Allison. added that he has noticed a steadily U
boards will be opened in West Palm last Tuesday night has been 'post Fish to all Deputy Wardens.
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After dinner the government party increasing Interest in aviation since I tt
i Beach in the near future and it is poned until next Tuesday. it was an- The Florida Law ,
requires aU'per- IJ
proceeded to Clewiston where he came here two
I trey weeks ago. INTEREST IS ( t.
expected that ten clerks will be :
spent tre night. Three nounced yesterday by Cecil V. Parkinson KEENi[ sons hunting, trapping or fishing to
young men'at the community I I r
transferred from Tallahassee to West I I president of the association. i 1 have the license in their I r
c1 Palm Beach to handle the clerical detail. The trip Wednesday consisted ,of a have announced their intention of I I ; proper pos
Among the more important topics IN GOLF TOURNEY session. It also require that license
\ boat trip from South Bay down the taking tho flying instruction course
scheduled for discussion will be the must be shown to Deputy; Game War- ''I
North New River Canal to half and several ,
a point others are making arrangements
Following -his Mr.
appointment, progress being made in the Buy-At- dens request. '
upon
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!. way to Fort Lauderdale.. The boat to enroll
Young left for Tallahassee where .he Home campaign and also plans for The Department does not expect to 4 t
will the and trip, was in charge of Glenn Scott, as- The 'plane will also be used in pas- November 27 is Date Set
gather together records
early Christmas shopping. use its field force license collect- tt
as a
sistant engineer for the Everglades senger work and taxi service between For In
..:' data compiled by the Everglades Another feature 'of the meeting Entry Qualifying ing agency as the law provides that 'lq
Ti drainage district. Clewiston and other Florida points.
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Drainage board. ,\ Back in Clewi Wednesday night J will be reports made by members who Round. all hunting, trapping and fishing li FI,

were appointed to stress the importance censes shall be issued by the County
the WarbHrton: officials stopped at
I ... Aid Fete Success the Clewiston Inn and Thursday morn Pumps Are Ordered of the Buy-At-Home plan to Because of the nature of the Golf I Judge. The Deputy Wardens have Ii

: For civic and social organizations in the further been advised not to honor
Seminole Farm Tournament being conducted by Blate any
\L'' Seen By PresidentComplete ing after an inspection of the cane I I II
I I community. Those who were appointed receipts for license. I
and truck crops in this section con Brothers department store here, keen f J
Installation for this work, by the chairman, interest has been aroused the Attention is called to the fact that I\
of among
satisfaction with the volume tinued to Everglades City and this pumps for the operation -I
of the were as follows: Miss L. M. Overallto local golfers.In under the Florida Game Law, the It
of business done during the first? morning were ,scheduled to travel over overhead irrigation I
'' address the Parent Teacher association "Handicap" tournament all persons convicted for violation of the I
system the Seminole a ,
on Farms
day of the Christmas bazaar of the the Tamiami' Trail to Miami and three ff
Ladies Aid of the Clewiston commu- I spend 'the lay in the Redland district. miles east of Clewiston will be start- ; Miss Marian'Leydig to ad- entries have an even chance, as a law during the open season must for- r

ed within the next few' dress the Clewiston Woman's club; handicap score is assigned each player feit any license that may have been Ii
nity church was expressed last night Saturday morning the officials will days, it was ,
Elbert L. Stewart to address the La- issued to them under the law
consistent with his ability. In or- game
I.I by Mrs., William G. Ames, president travel over the entire Everglades by announced here yesterday by C. J.
Conterman of St. Louis dies Aid of the Clewiston community der to determine the true handicap and that no license provided for 'by I
of the Society, who complimented (Please turn to page ) president of
a' Clewistonites on their spirit of co- 5)I I Seminole Farms who arrived in Clew- church; Glenn B. Heard to enlist the stroke for each player, he is given tho game law may be issued to such ,

jIJ ; operation. WILLIAMSON TO SPEAK iston to inspect his local properties."I ,cooperation of Rev. W. T. Bailey, pas- the opportunity to play in the first persons during the remainder of the

. "The spirit of cooperation was won- \ am well pleased with the progress tor of the community church; DickC. round and turn In his score. His handi open season. Also, persons convicted

Miller\ to address the American Le is then assigned to him, on the charge of hunting without a
made, cap score
deful and we are virtually certain of F. L. Williamson, president of the although we have onlystarted"
.. gion. These committee chairmen will his license will be denied the license for
Mr. Conterman said. and thsi will be deducted from
the success of the bazaar. The townspeople Florida Flood Control association is
"Pumps and report back at the meeting next Tues actual score in the final rounds. The"net" the remainder of the open season. Per jj
have been unstinted in their principal speaker at the regular meeting piping for the over-
day night.A derived is listed for sons' who have become ineligible for
head irrigation have been score' so
system
generosity and the workers at the of the Miami Kiwanis club. I
noticeable increase In the volume making the license may not legally hunt or ,trap I II
and the
ordered and all players one !
bazaa have been untiring in their en- Flood Control and possibilities of are en route here and
of local business since the launching winner. during the current season. They may
the
"net" is
with the lowest declared
ergy," the Aid society president said. navigation on Lake Okeechobee area posts already in the groundIt
of the Buy-At-Home campaing Is re- Blate Brothersis be arrested and prosecuted on the !r
offered
will be The prize by
i The benefit moving picture, "Melo- will be the topic of Mr. Williamson's a comparatively short time
ported by several of the ferchants but Score cards charge of hunting without a license if
set and bag.
until the overhead a golf
dy Lane" will be shown in the Gla- address. As president of the Florida irrigation systemIs t
complete." further detailed information will be, be obtainedat their store. The they are found taking or attempting'i i
tex theatre to night. The proceeds will Flood control association he has been may
available to the members at the in card to take game or fur-bearing animals. >[
Been final date for turning a score
pickers
be included in the bazaar returns. active in compiling statistics to be were busy at Seminole t
Proceeds from the, bazaar will be presented to congress with a viewto Farms this week and carload lot ship meeting next Tuesday night. for the qualifying round is November I The game season on fur-bearing 1

j. added to the fund for a new parson- getting Federal aid for flood con- ments will begin rolling to northern 27. animals opens December 1st. t :

age. trol in the northern Everglades. markets.
Winners Named In
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:i' Noted Writer Plans First Bridge GameMr.
COUNTY TO PAY $5,000 OF DEBT "

Article On Glades' and Mrs. T. V. Watson and Mr. THAT STATE WILL GET FEDERAL AUf' II
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-- and Mrs. Charles A. Jackson were
.. "f: FOR BRINGING R. R. TO LA BELLE "The sugar cane activities in the winners in the first game in the

I 'I'-" -- northern Everglades constitute wonderful Bridge tournament held at the Clew- F. Jack Lacey mont to carry on flood control activities f it

copy for the article I am pre- iston Inn Tuesday night. The Tuesday :
stated.
,: Hendry county will pay $6,000 of when the city of La Belle agreed to ,paring" was the comment of John TALLAHASSEE, Nov. 21.-The Everglades he !I
-: night game' was the first of a Governor Carlton gave out a statement (
the $8,450 total amount spent ,to bring provide right of way and lands to encourage Temple Graves II who spent two daysIn series of 12 to be played for 12 con with Its problems of drain this week to the Manufacturer's i'i'I

the Seaboard Airline La the Seaboard to enter La Clewiston gathering material for flood control, occupied the
railroad to secutive weeks and is the second annual age and Record, which requested an explanation i

: Belle, it was decided by the Hendry Belle. The motion for the passage of I an article: he is preparing I for the Review I bridge tournament to be con- center of the stage at the capitol last, I. of his plans. The statement was
the resolution was made by Commissioner '
I County. ,,,commissioners at their regular of Reviews.Keenl'r'interested. ducted here by Leonard S. Ames. week, with a series of conferences along these same line, and in reference
Delaney and seconded Commissioner
\i'"meeting in La Belle. In lengthy Y I Maddox. by in the agricultural Prizes will be awarded to the tournament being held in Governor Carlton's of- to Federal aid, said: "It is recommended ;

resolution telling of'the advantages of possibilities of this section, Mr. winners. fice and pospects of aid from the Federal that flood control is a
F. H. Moreland, deputy sheriff
the railroad's coming to La Belle and Graves made a thorough inspection of Those entering the tournament at government expressed ,by E. national as well as a state problem: ,r rand
asked
that steps bo taken to
I the consequent advantage to the entire I work the cane fields, laborers' camps, sugar the opening game Tuesday night were Bruce Youngs, House member from there is hope that the Ii'ederaf-au. :,
|negro prisoners from Clowiston toj
county, the solons decreed that of j offset the mills and plantation machine shops Mr. and Mrs. James E. Beardsley, Mr. Miami. Mr. Young Interviewed President thorities will carry a share of flood .;
of
expense La
mileage to which\
I, @, he,'.$8,450 total the county at large will Belle, but no action was ,taken. after he saw the opeations and Mrs. Roy L. Simpson, Mr. and Hoover on behalf of the Sunshine control costs. Dranage work of course t

i Pay $5,000 and that the sum will be Bills paid for the from the air in an hour flight in the Mrs. William Cecil Owen Mrs.\ Claude state and centered with Governor I must be fnanced by the state." t
month included
I; taken' from. the publicity fund when $1,038.56[; from the 'General Revenue Curtiss Robin plane of, the sugar com Downs, Mrs. G. B. Thomas, Mr. and Carlton declaring that the President ) In this statement the chief executive -

such amounts are available in the I II I fund, $5,266.70 pany. Mrs. Albert Backus, F. L. Larue, W.. is in sympathy with Florida and its also declared that, "drainage and

I ,t publicity fund. from the road and His article on. the sugar activity M. Giles, Dr. and Mrs. J C. Nowling, problem of the Everglades, .. : I flood control In the Everglades ,is no
: i I bridge fund and $676.9:; from the fine ( .
I, The indebtedness Incurred here. will- appear in the:, January..num.'ber" .. Mrs. G. H. Houze Mrs John Mowry ,"I feel! that Florida will secure .Its longer a politics but ,an economic and

;:..: .."''''''';....''''''.:J""".+Uart\"a'''''''''''''''was pwtr.: ..', ?e'J,_',' ",I I-and",.'.c..forfeiture.. ":-:.:.,,rw'fund."" ,< Revlew'-.'--. -..-.-of'.-Revieivs. --__.,-,....:..w___;_--..:...'..:-:_ _''.._.. and Leonard S. Ames. J ,. $10,000,000 from the'Federal .go vel'- i scientific question."

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CLEWISTON NEWS CLEWISTON FLORIDA
.AG1J.1"VO: FRIDAY., NOVEMBER 22.. ,,1929 ,....
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will, with a certain amount of assurance and but, when I approach I A
The Clewiston News composure ,,1 Study of the adaptability' of Florida Harry Lee Baker, State Forester. In-

Successor to The Clewiston Progress the portals of a traffic expert's. office, I not only remove my hat but also pines and hardwoods, to the .manufacture spection was made of het paper pulp

I' of book and wrapping papers, operation of a. large fiber plant. It ia
8 1928 at the post office at: my shoes. and like the devout Moslem, chant as I near the throne'"Grea
Entered as second-class matter February with the view of establishing the pa stated that much valuable Informa

Clewiston, Fla., under the Act of March 3, 1879. is Mohammed' but freight tariff remains in the railroad general office per making industry in this state has tlon on the subject will be made avail? C"

LOUIS A. MORGAN ........ ................................................... Publisher while it Is a fearful and wonderful thing, it Is still harmless and inert. It been conducted at Asheville, N. C., by.. able to the Florida Board of Forestry,

TOM SMITH ...............................................e.............................. Editor{ is only when placed in the hands of a country agent who plays by ear and, .-..
not by note that we can fully appreciate the 'fvpnderful possibilities. Unless, .
,Subscription Rates ,-
It'is carefully interpreted wih he aid of logarithms a microscope, a search,
outside of Florida Uy mall in Florida
mail
By $2.00 warrant, and a country education, the country agent is liable to conclude CROW BROTHERSCONTRACTORS
One year $2.59 One year
Six months 1-50 Six months i.0 0 that the confounded thing provides for the Issuance of trading stamps, and S '

Three months 1.25 Three months .75 ladies free every Thursday night when they give away plush furniture and,

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NEWS' PLATFORM a set of dishes to the 'holder of the lucky ticket. Seriously however the

1. Definite control of Lake Okoechobee with water transportation. character of the various commodities, the nature and distances of the ter Clewiston Fla.
2. Early completion the highways for local transportation and concen
ritory: served, the needs of certain Industries and a thousand and one other
tration of products.
3. A substantial downward revision of freight rates on vegetables and things so enter into the rate question that a short, simple and general applicable
region to the northern markets.
this
other products of tariff is impossible\ as a hip disease in a snake. .,
4. The full functioning of a cooperative marketing association for both,

buying and selling purposes. I

----FR -/ :" NOVEMBER 22, 1929 I Grosvenor DaTe.in. his Lake Placid News speaks of he town democraticband ,

as follows: It is made up of a barber (tuba), a grove owner (bass), a ELECTRIC WORK THAT PAYS DIG DIVIDENDS .,I

UP FROM THE MUCK teacher (violin), an electrician (saxaphone), a county commissioner (drums), SAFETY AND COMFORT. .
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-- three students from High school (cornet, melophone and trombone), two

Characterizing the joint meeting of the flood control and drainage boards students from the Grades (cornet and. saxaphone), a domestic scientist ((111 "Don't Strike a Match-Press a Button."

here as literally bringing the Everglades "up from, the muck" Governor 1 ano) and the leader who deals in builders' supplies. With a leader like thatit

and who have watched the prog CANTRELL ELECTRIC COMPANY
Carlton epitomized the movement persons should be an easy matter to build the aggregation into something concrete.

ress of the drainage and flood control effort must have realized that at last Clewiston ,Fla. phoneOfficial Conn.

something tangible is about to result. least 500 varieties of fish in the tropical
ACTIVE SEASON -
waters in and around :Miami[ and
Establishment of the "home rule" policy, centering activities of engineersand
the Gulf stream, flowing placidly three
section close to the Everglades was important, butt
in the
executives FOR SPORTS IS' miles off shore, is the haven for the

most important of all was the naming of a strong committee to pilot Flor, gamesters that have aided in building A. C. L. Railroad watch inspector __

ida's effort to secure Federal aid in solving this great problem. PLAN OF MIAMIAll reputations for Zane Gray and Presi !
dent Hoover as anglers.
Appointment by the Governor of Howard W. Selby, president of Central h Polo and tennis, games of the fashionable I M. P. BOGGS

Farmers Trust company of West Palm Beach, and Glenn V. Curtiss, financier are as usual, to be conspitu-j
American Air Meet ous and developer of Miami, to serve with the state's chief executive on this i ihere.
To Be Held In City'In In this section there are two I

committee made a strong capable body to direct the movement to congressand January.MIAMI .beautiful polo fields while tennis I Expert Watch, Clock & Jewelry Repairs f'I

national of facts that, when courts are scattered throughout the
to place before the government an array ,
city at convenient locations. Clewiston Florida
reviewed, must impress federal authorities with the fact that the Everglades Fla., Nov. 21.-In less than r Less srenuous, and therefore more I Hays B'H'g. t
a amouth Miami will fire the openinggun
is a national as well as a state 'problem. i I i alluring to the bulk of Miami visitors ""- -.s__
In the annual sports campaign, .
I are surf bathing, boating, motoring --
As the result of the conference hero a new spirit of optomism regarding launching the six-months' holiday ...-.-.
and sport flying, all offering pleasant | --
the future of the Everglades should manifest itself not only In the Glades, season with an intersectional football I diversion to the thousands who trek :

area but in all of Florida. Too long have other sections of the state regardedthe game of bringing Florida and together the University the University of- I to ,the far south to escape the chills CLEWISTON! r CAFETHE

of winter, rebuild health and satisfya .
Everglades as Florida's "old man of the sea". And eventually the state. Oregon. I -
natural desire for recreation.
Miami its first ONLY PLACE OF ITS KIND IN GREATER
Aside from fixing
in this vast domain of wealth, actual and Now identified
as a whole will recognize area a definitely as a sportas
taste of big league football with the I CLE rVIS TON
well as an industry, flying takes
asset second to none. I
and
potential, an added touch of intersectional rivalry,
I its rightful place among the features OPEN FROM 5 A. M. 01 A. M. t
There is much work to be done. This a great deal of co-ordination of ef- the game will be but one of a seriesof offered to visitors of Miami this win-
notable events on the afternoon of
fort to be accomplished and still are problems to be solved. The Evergladeshave ter. We serve only the best the market affords
December 7. January 13, 14 and 15 are the days
not yet been conquered. But the fight Is now on in earnest. with all Chosen as the vehicle to dedicate REGULAR DINNERS- SHORT ORDERS
set aside by the City of Miami, by
odds in favor of success. Certainly with the certainty that the national Miami's new Madison Square Garden permission of the Department of Com-
stadium it will take on the aspect of ,'
OYSTERS A SPECIALTY
merce, as the period for the second "
government must sooner or later realize that the Glades are can be made a intersectional fete with dignitariesfrom (
an annual All American Airmeet, tineworld's -. -
national asset Instead of a liability, the future looms bright. the two states involved headinga
only flying craft exhibitionthat Home Made\ Pits
,
notable visitors that probably -
The task of bringing the area "up out of the muck" is not as great as it_ cast of definitely represents all sectionsof .: ,
will include President Machado of the Americas, North and South. Enjoy your Sunday Chicken Dinner At '. t
has been pictured and the benefits of success are 'to be counted in incalculable : = Charles William -
His Excellency
Cuba; This year there will be twenty-two
wealth for the individual, the state and the nation.-Palm Beach Post., Orr, C. M. G., governor of the Latin-American countries displaying'_ The Clervlston Cafe-The Home of Good Coffee.' '

Bahama Islands, and President Portes the craft with .
l which they are rapidly : ___
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football is
now
Gil, in whose country I forging ohead in aviation and sending .-

THROUGH PULLMAN CARS FROM NEW YORK TO CLEWISTON one of the reigning sports. their crack pilots to participate in the
Madison Square Garden as a ges-1\Ii-1 contests and air manoeuvres for the
ture of friendliness to the City of three-day period.

We who reside up here in this beautiful section of Florida, up in the hill ami, through whose cooperation the This year again the army, navy and

country so far removed from the broad expance of the vast Everglades, can. stadium was possible, thus leavingthe boxing marine branches of aviation will lead
Garden free to promote the fliers in the races at Miami's Municipal ')-
have no conception of what Is happening in the way of development mound bouts in the newly discovered rich Airport.
FALL TAILORING DISPLAY
Florida is herding .
the rim of Florida's inland sea, Lake Okeechobee. Only those who have oc I market of South Incidentallp the Municipal Airport ..
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600 millionaire stock- .
together it's officials have adopted suggestionmade '-
casion to journey .down that way have any knowledge of the good use thatis exodus to Miamiin a
holders for a general some time ago by Col. Chas. A. 'J"" SATURDAY NOV. 23
being made of what is said to be the richest and most productive soil In, '''a special train that brings them I Lindbergh who advocates fencing a : ,
the day before the game. o- .
into city
the world. From these activities have sprung such towns as Clewiston,. the | landing field as a safeguard against J"I
Shortly before the game there will injury and accident. Miami, as usual, .
Moore Haven, Canal Point, Belle Glade, Okeechobee City and several more, be' fitting dedication ceremonies of I
trill have ample grand stand seats ,to
smaller communities whose inhabitants are engaged either in truck growingof the variety that make Miami the most accommodate thousands of spectatorsbut -

are working in the cane fields or sugar mills of the Southern Sugar Company colorful playground in the United the field will be exclusively for Iif
States. fliers and judges.
Hundreds of thousands of acres of Everglades land are now under, Following in as rapid succession as ,

cultivation.. good judgement permits, will be .
666
iTo
sports of every sort except those re-
further emphasize what has happened down there announce
comes an snowshoes and
quiring ice skates, is a Prescription for

ment that effective the first of November, through sleeping car service has, sleds. COLDS, GRIPPE, FLU, DENGUE, "'

been Inaugurated between New England points and Clewiston, this sleeper, As in seasons past Miami offers a BILIOUS FEVER and MALARIA.It ,.
series of golf tournaments that brings is the most speedy remedy known.
leaving New York City at 10:20 p. m. daily, one of the cars attached to the the big-timers into South Florida in -

Everglades Limited of the Atlantic Coast Line. Passenger for the Okeechobee droves. There are to be "a dozen or KEEP DRYunder '
more tourneys this winter with a total I 1
country arrive at Clewiston the morning of the second day. cash value to the professionals of aTAYLORMADE I

The rapid growth of Clewistou, the "Florida town that sugar }built," nas I more than $30,000 while there will be I TOP

thousands of dollars in TAYLOR AUTO CO.
additional
made this means of direct transportation necessary. In four years it has,
plate and prizes for the amateurs. Top to Tire e
been transformed from an uninhabited swampy area into a thriving Industrial Such outstanding matches as the West Palm Beach

town with a population of 3,000. Within the next few years when the International Four Ball and the $15 We will have with us Mr. F. L. Hud;

000 La Gorco Open are on the pro- THE CLEWISTON The Haas Tailoring
developments of the Southern .Sugar Company are completed it is expected, son, representing ,
I gram for the Horton Smiths, the Ha- LAUNDRY CO. ,
that the population will bbe increased to 30,000 and In the entire Clewiston, gens, the Farrells and the other starsof j, Co.
e
area there will be, it is estimated, 150,000 people as a result of the opera-, the wood and irons. t tS THE ,
Florida knows specific ti r will be display
lions of this company.-GalnesvilIe ,Sun.CABBAGES Although no 0::::'"_ Large samples on ,

season, the for-winle the brings apostles a of quickening Izaak Walton of I \) I price ranging from $25, $30, $35, $40 II .

interest to the sport of big game fish-I $45 and u P..
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AND KINGSE. Ing, which in Florida attains speed

uncommon in other notable fishing Come in
a A perfect fit guaranteed. ,
grounds of the world. The Federal

C. Cole who long since has qualified as a freight tariff expert left the government estimates there are at look this line over.HUDSON .
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following in Clewiston on his recent visit here:
PROTECT YOUR
The' opinion of Assistant Genera Attorney of Missouri Pacific railroad In,

speaking of EYES This friendly laundry will relieve
a freight tariff expert is recorded as follows: 1 '
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"There are certain of the hardest work of wash day.
things, spiritual and material in the presence of, you -
:They are most valu- THE CLOTHIER
which ordinary mortals stand dumb. When I stood at the tomb of Napoleon your Cal us for our various prices for our ,
able .
possessions. -
first visited the Washington monument, 'gazed Into the Grand canyon, words, Snow-white laundry services. Hopkins Block -

were superfluous. A feeling aklns to .
this arises -
within me when I contemplate -, :
MOORE'S Inc.

a freight tariff with Its exceptions, items, notes, commodities, dish, Optometrists Opticians ''CLEWISTONLAUNDRY '1

tances, proportionals, disproportionate, gateways, basing points, arbltraries, West Palm Beach; Fla. inc.

and God knows EL PASO AVE.r" SAN BONITA ST.
what. If the thing itself
amazes what can be the feeling,
Dr. Buck's office Belle Glade Tuesdays
[fwhen one views from afar are mind that CLEWHONaour FLOR/DA .
conceives it? I can approach a, 9:30 to 12:30. Lake Piew Hospital ss

superintendent: a general manager, a general solicitor or a president, it you, I Clewiston, Tuesdays, P. M. syiotv rieLdtmdrY r
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y .. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER_22, 1929 CLEWISTON NEWS. CLEWISTON FLORIDA PAGE THREE ;

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Owen was elected secretary of the P. week and organize a thoop here. She Chevrolet Gets
MOVIES TO HELP
T. A. of Clewlston for the purpose of was, unable to come this week.

doing the secretary work of the fed The girls basket ball practice Tuesday First Place In

IN CAMPAIGN FOREARLYMOPPING erated P. T. A. Plans for the P. T. A. afternoon. Elections of captainand 1930 Auto Show

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-9 paper were discussed. It will be pub manager were held. Jewel Lowo

,: lished Friday Dec. 6, as a''special edition was elected captain and MarcIa Avant Tribute to Its leadership as an,auto

of the Clewis ton News. The pro was elected manager. mobile producer Is again paid the

) e ceeds will be put In the treasury of Chevrolet Motor Company In the announcement
the P. T. A. to be used in improving An athletic association meeting will by the National Automo-

Shop Early and By Degrees I the school. The problem of having the be held this afternoon to discuss bile Chamber of Commerce, that THANKSGIVING DAY

Will Be Slogan building painted was discussed.J. plans ,for equipment for the two teams Chevrolet has again been awarded .
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and drawing up a schedule to be first place at the national automobile
At Theatres. 1930 -
I L. Morgan, custodian of money turned over to the manager to fil. shows. COMES BUT ONCE A YEAR

subscribed by the merchants, and individuals .
The movies will do their- share this The award Is given annually to the -
of the town for a basket ball We have Ruth Simmons back in member the
doing largest
to relieve the tired aching feet company
year I
court was questioned as to whether school with Us again this year. She
annual volume of business, and Is one
distracted shopgirls, mail carriers
of You
and expressmen, who annually bear the money was available for a courtto has recently returned from Arcadia I of the most coveted honors that the will always be thankful if you make

be built on the school grounds. Mr.. where she has been attending school. automobile ,
industry bestow
the burden of Christmas shopping activities. can .on an the WATANABE
.' :Morgan says the sum of ninety dollars Ruth Is in the fifth grade. I individual automobile manufacturer.In HOTEL your home in

is in the bank at present and may
addition to the distinction that
"i' Twelve hundred Publlx Theatres, by Clewiston.
I 0I' be used at any time. The blackboards for the new class
goes with the award, Chevrolet is
s order of Sam Katz, president, will :
have arrived. The rooms will be on
given first choice of exhibition
join hands with the' newspapers in spaceat
The Woman's Club program fol the second floor.FLORIDA ,
the national automobile shows in
to and mal all
urging the pubic buy JUST A LITTLE DIFFERENTThis
.... lowed: Mrs. J. E. Johnson is chargeof New York and Chicago: ,
gifts as early as possible this year. ,. FARM WANTED
I the program read a paper on the
i ''to> Since these theatres play the pictures We have a party interested In buying
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Mrs.B.
"Conservation of Our Forests.
., ._' ,made by all producing companies, it a Florida farm. If your farm is FOR SALE-Packard six Sedan. is
selections statement byword with
A. Bourne played several a our guest.
: ,.: Is expected that other: theatres affiliated on the piano. Miss Overall represent: priced right send price and particu Fine shape. Bargain. See Mr. Wall at ;

:," I;: .. with film producers, as well as i ing the Better Business Associationgave 1 lars. F. B. G. Co., Box 403, Olney, III. Clewiston Building Material Co.

::' i., :-: independent.' theatres, will follow suit. a talk urging the people to I Make the Watanabe Hotel your headquarters ;
Heretofore, only the newspapers '

i have championed the "shop early" patronize the local merchants: I MILK THE FOOD CHILDREN NEEDPure I I and enjoy our hospitality. ;
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idea. The movies, however, through
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A nature study class is being organized :!
Publix alone, add an appeal that will I
by Miss Sue Bates, fifth grade milk-the kind
reach 35 million theatre goers weekly.As I'I
an inducement to shoppers, nine teacher. The purpose of the club Is to k* fr. :you get from this dairyis I
teach the children about the birds and
of the fourteen most extraordinary het h one of the best :
flowers and how to protect ,them. = The
Watanabe
exceptional pictures now scheduled They will meet once a month. The ff' jfoods you can give your Hotel :
for production will be released between ,
o children. It contains, in ,;.
club will be divided into two sectionsso y ; 1
now and Christmas and shown
as to include the entire school. easily digested form, :\'
in the 1,200 Publix Theatres duringthe ;(
The P. T. A. has subscribed for two MRS. CLAUDE DOWNS, Manager.
prehollday season, to spread thee rn the food elements needed ;:1,
nature magazines to go in the ,club. 1 i is;
shopping rush over four weeks insteadof for buildIng' healthy, {
The social club has given twi bird I ii I!
the customary hectic two weeks. ,. strong bodies.INSPECTION "
charts containing the pictures of
Talkies of such compelling Interest l ,k0 4 Hr:
twenty-six birds each. They are being r
will lure the public into the shopping t
framed for the of the children is s? INVITED 1\\
I I". @ districts for two hour performances, use 11!!
thus making :It easy for the shopping their study of the birds. I 1it\

i to be done with more lejsure. I k it!
CLEWISTON DAIRY
luring Miss Mariam Stowers of West Palm I COMPANY :
: With these super-attractions f:

movie fans to the shopping district, Beach, and connected with the ,Girl -::: := := :: = ::= :: :: :: :: :=.::::::: ::: : :=: ::=::::::=::=:: :: :: :::=.:: :: : = =-- !!
anda Scout organization there, has prom
y in the various cities and towns II
ised to come over to Clewis ton next
announcement at each -
i screen performance

urging: earl- Christmas- shod _. I "

i./ I ping to avoid the last minute rush, it I j : :;;; METROPOLITAN SERVICE J !
is hoped that the weight of the thea-

'tre campaign, augmented by the usual READY X.- IN ANEVERGLADES S II
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will bring "I' ,
I local newspaper drive, I ,, : -
I ;1 about a long sought change in ocndi- .,\ -' ; SETTING
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''J be the sense of the theatre screen I Hopkins Building, I MAKE THE CLEWISTON YOUR HEADQUARTERS II
"Don't everything ,
campaign. postpone
I FLORIDA FIRST BANK OF CLEWISTON
CLEWISTON,
J until the last minute and make! pour- WHILE IN THE, SUGAR BELT. If

.. sef a fatigued and worn-out victim of I ,

J the eleventh hour panic. Do part, of Will always be ready when you call It I ITHE

I!, you shopping and mailing now, the .-- '

i! remainder later and have leisure time for it. CLEWISTON INN II IIj
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.' to enjoy movie." ., It. ,
,1 between a good .. x i 0 *" E
The nine big feature pictures' to be EYES EXAMINED, GLASSES FIT Our banking'facilities and policy assures ; CLEWISTON FLORIDA

\ released as part of the "shop early"
camjjjj jgn include: TED BY A PHYSICIAN SPECIALIST. you full protection at all times. j

"\ > Is Everybody Happy, Footlights and PRICES REASONABLEPahokee i II

I, Fools, Great Divide, Disraeli, They You need not worry over your valuables II

Had.To See Paris, Darkened Rooms, Optical Co. IIt
when deposited with
us. t
D Mysterious Island, and Gala Return of
Marianne. Located in Kerr's Jewelry Store, f

I Wilder Bldg. PahokeeV.jst SAFE CONSERVATIVE BANKING ,, '. _, .'.l-', ;' ,- : .. :: ,'. _,' ...._c<..,::':.', !
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t..' .-r' The Parent Teachers Association \: I FIRST BANK OF CLEWISTON -, I,
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held their second business meeting .
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>ear. meeting was combined < ''f' 1a 11
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Conservation week, both meetingshad .c. .. -. : ,___ "q I u:<_,' :.,,I BUILDERS I !, '-.; ... ,I
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Thanksgiving Song-Mrs. Yancy's

Class. :; '" ; .: .. .
THERE IS NOT A HOME STORE OR
Woodman Spare That Tree"- ( ; :
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Cv Talk On Conservation Mrs. Ames. IT WILL PAY ,
:' APARTMENT TO RENT IN CLEWISTONAT i
a' ', "Little Brown Wren"-Roy Green."Trees" : ,

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"Forests Of The Bible"-Henry < : I
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Storey. WAITING LIST OF PROSPECTIVE TEN- ;
A Reading by Betty Spicer. TO GET DETAILS ON THE POSSIBILITIES FOR INVESTMENT ,

A business meeting followed Mrs.
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You Downs, Mrs. G. B, Rackstraw and t r. lou.ulotr!! !u.!!'.u.! .n.o.. n.eu! 'eft.Il.ll! !1E.JI!! '!! !l Ilflr'! !rt! lrl.r!! slt.! !lit..
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Mr. and Mrs Louis A. Morgan and
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The Clewlstou Parent .Teacher As- pacity
sociation and tho Clewiston Woman'sclub Refreshments were served by Mrs. children, Louis and Made spent the :
week end In Fort Meade.Mr. A nnouncing Agency .i'r
sponsored a joint meeting Fridayafternoon Bailey. Among those present were: '< .

in the auditorium of the Dr. and Mrs.. Bailey, Mr. and Mrs. ;: > ;>:: I : ,

Clewiston school Friday arternoon. j t Beach, Mrs. Storey. Neil Stewart, and Mrs. S. R, Connell were ,

The school was attractively decoratedwith ( Geno flier, Mary Young, Dorothy business visitors In West Palm Beach .

beautiful flowers and ferns and,! Deam?and Henry: Storey. ," 'H .. oft. .
James Shoesmith, Bill Chalker and .
r respresented a forest. ,
The program opened with a Thanksgiving -I The' Christian Endeavor had an interesting E. Plunkett spent the week end in

program on Sunday evening New Smyrna. '
song by the high school pupils
The subject was Faith. The President .'
talk Mrs.
which: was followed by a by I l
William G. Ames on "George P. Morns Miss Mary Young led the meeting, Tom and Emmet Shelley spent the

author of "Woodman Spare that assisted by Miss K. Smith, Mrs. N. week end in Fort Myers. '

Tree.* The poem was recited by Mar- C. Storey, and J. Crouch

gie Harvel.. We feel very much encouraged at Dr. F. L. Tatom of the Lakeview

A recitation "Trees" by Betty Spi- the progress of these young peoples'' Hospital attended the Medical con-

cer was followed readings by Mrs. I meetings, each week .our attendance \entlon in Miami this week. I

Johnson and Henry Storey. Recita- has grown and more interest is taken I

tions were also given by Roy Green in making our programs as Interesting Dr. W. J. Buck of Belle Glade was i

and Victoria Smith. as possible.. This Sunday in Clewiston on business Tuesday.

Piano selections played by Mrs. B. night Miss Jewel Lowe and Miss

A. Bourne were Prelude in B minor I Louise Waldron will lead, and we extend Radios.

by Chopin Prelude in E major ,by a cordial invitation to all to at Prediction of lumber products in : l I ,

Chopin and Evening Breezes and tend. Florida increased 10 per cent in 192& : irTh '.
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Dream Love by Rudolph Friml. over the preceding year. The lumber:I I

The program ended by a reading Mr. and Mrs. John Chenet accompanied mills of Florida increased in number .J '

"Patronizing Home Merchants" by by Mr. and Mrs. Roy Dunaway over 11 per cent during the same peliod. (

Miss L. M. Overall spent Sunday in West Palm Beach. The U. S. Government has recently -. 1. fs rr r?,. t

Mrs Yancey's room was awarded a j purchased 78,060 acres of land 45,000 of the first owners of Victor-Radio have

picture of Colonel Charles Lindbergh In a party of Clewistonites motored in Florida to be used for reforestation I I o s.J ai c.. 1 taken the trouble to write to Victor to tell why

for being represented at the meetingby to West Palm Beach Saturdaywere and scientific preervation of > 1 they chose this sensational instrument.
the greatest number of mothers Mrs. W. K.' Downs, Mis. Claude I timber. ;i -

and Mrs. William Cecil Owen was ..;-.;...;......'.....-...............-..................f.-.........,.......f'. ..... ...-.......-.............-.-..................... ..-....,......;...;..';.,..-.'...-" .-..'.-..'..-....;...;..;....;...----;..-;,.-;..:-. I I J TONE QUALITY" "Unmatched sensitivity
elected secretary. ? *) and selectivity" "Dependability beyond question .

:i: KILGORE'S KILGORE'S .;- t ) ," they say. An amazing tribute!

Mrs. F. R. Maxwell left Wednesdayto PEAS J= VictH-Rdio CowolcR-32 .--
: BRED RITE SEEDS BRED RITE SEEDS .
attend the funeral of her brother, 'X. $178 OO "'; Victor mi&ro-syncbronous Radio is, by its very
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W. I. VanLandingham, Superintend- :;: : nature, sensitive, sure and precise, always realistic.
Just received another NEW PEAS
ant of Boys Industrial School at Ma; car of CROP at the following : .
riana. ::: LOW PRICES: ::: : No background noises or hum-and no com ro.rsw -
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bushed: take with tone quality.
Little Marvel :' < :. $8.00 I ,
The Woman's Club of Clewistonwill : ,
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hold their December meeting on :,-, Laxtonian . .. . 8.50 bushel I :;: C. ,t 1t i Make the revealing volume test: Turn Victor.
Saturday, the fourteenth, at two thir- ::: Thomas ab
ty, Instead of Friday, the thirteenth. Laxton. .. .. 8.50 bushel r = Radio on fott listen and compare! .

The meeting will be held at the :I !i 4'9C.r .::-
BEANS BEANS BEANS "
Clewiston Inn. All members are requested :; You can have Victor-Radio separately or
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to be present, as a very interesting .- V'c from both air .
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program is promised. : NEW CROP VENITIAN GROWN' STOCKBountiful -
and records undistorted the music you want > w

:: ,...................... $12.00 bu. Giant Stringless ........ $12.00 bu. ::: .-when want it.
The Sunday School teachers and : you :
officers held business at ': Burpee Stringless ........, 11.00 bu. Refugee ((1000 to 1)) .. 10.00 bp. +;. 1 .,.,:
a meeting s .
:. Red Valentine .... ....... 11.00 bu. Black Valentine .. ......... 11.00 bu. .:',, Vlaiadm r .
the home of Dr. Bailey on Monday The Victor ; ...
::::. Pencil Pad .................... 11.00 bu. Fordhook Lima ..,......... 15.00 bu. :!;:! with EtKtnLt'R-E-tS. \ name guarantees QUALITY. And .
Means of
night. promoting bigger
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and better Sunday School were discussed :i: HOME OF THE BRED-RITE SEED .' tcproduaioa.: : _. resources put Victor-Radiox__ ,
'hI' :f within reach of every family! '..
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Sunday School is growing so
rapidly, it was found necessary to .: THE KILGORE SEED COMPANY 1 ;

have more rooms to conduct our \ CLEWISTON MOTOR CO.

classes.. We also elected a ibrarian"I ::1 i: Belle Glade Canal Point Pahokee ?:;::1

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GOVT. AGENTS I Lake Wales where they were to spend ROAD DEPARTMENT as far as possible, to materials pro ing to a bulletin issued recently by,Will establish a seaplane base in West i I

HERE ON TOUR the night. duced within the State, or materials the Florida office of the U. S. DepartPalm Beach was announced by W. T. :,

Those in the party were: distributed by responsible and depend I ment of Commerce. Starting with an Baker of the local Curtiss office. Four

(Continued from page 1) P. J. Van Geyt, Tampa Fla; Geo. DEMANDS USE OF able Florida dealers.BE I output of only 12,000 boxes in 1S99 planes of the latest type will be

Drummond, St. Louis, Mot; W. K. S. IT FURTHER RESOLVED thatit the figure rose to 1,062,000 n 1000!), and placed in insular communication With

airplane leaving Miami at eight Hershey York, Pa.; Samuel Brest STATE PRODUCTSRoad will be the future policy of this last year the total jumped to 9,300,000the. Bahama Islands and this port. An

o'clock, proceeding to the Okeechobee -J Camden- N. J.; Walter White, Philadelphia Board to see that the funds of this boxes. aviation school is included in the pres-

area, and after encircling the I Pa.; J. T. Timmons, Wilmington Department are expended, as far as That Curtlss' rlght Flying Service ent project.


i as lake far will as fly Cape south Sable over and the back Glades to Fitch, Del., Portsmouth; Clif Murfin, Ohio,; Chester Dal Lewis P., Contractors Will possible producers, with of this the material State dealers and .'::.'.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.-:..:..:-:.-.:-..:..:..:..:.-.:....-.:.-:..:.............-......................-......-'................'.........................-'...'.-.'-. '.-'.....

; Miami. The tour will be concluded Sr., Dai Lewis, Jr., Buffalo, N. Y.; M. Use Local MaterialWhen I' AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVEDthat ,

Saturday afternoon with an inspection A. McNelis, Schenectady, NY.; Nor- Possible.The the action of any and all contractors -I l !

: of. the farming area in the Davie section man Johnstone, Wilkes Barre, Pa.; C. adhering to this policy will be INCREASE YOUR

s C. Lear, Bethlehem, Pa.; Wm T. Rit- taken by this Board as a demonstration -
I and an inspection of Port Everglades following resolution was adopted :::: I SALES BY' USING ::
I at Fort Lauderdale, after which ter Winston-Salem, Pa.; Frank Thomas of sincere co-operation in up
the State Road
by Department: at1)
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they will proceed to Palm Beach from Steubenville, Ohio,; J. W. Krauth, Tallahassee. building Florida. :: BI1T RITE ::

where they will return north. Hamilton, Ohio; Theo. Behler, Daytona AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVEDthat KILGOREB1LTRITE
WHEREAS the State Road Department I
To people of the Everglades section Beach, Fla.; F. J. Mueller, Wash- the failure of any contractor to'
I of the State of Florida realizes ..
the best known mtmber of the party ington, D. C.,' James L. Angle, Ro conform to the terms of this Resolution -
that the and development I '
prosperity
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I Is Dr. E. W. Brandes, chief pathologist chester, N. Y.; H. M. Parrish, Bir- shall bo considered sufficient
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of depends I IY
for the U. S Department of mingham Ala.; B. A. Kirkpatrick, grounds for this Board to .reject future I ..
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..., Agriculture who recently made an.:I M. Patyne Tampa, Fla.; Mr. and Mrs. large measure upon the developmentand bids from such contractor. I !
business j
support of the industries and ; i HAMPERS
extended airplane tour to New Guineain Chas. G. Bennett, Utica N. Y.; Chas. I AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVEDthat I 1
institutions within the State, and :
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search of new and hardy types of Krikpatrck Chattanooga, Tenn.; Mrs. the Project Engineers shall keep : : .t :
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WHEREAS this board is probably I
'L sugar cane. I Kate Seymour, Sarasota, Fla.; Mrs. I I.a close check on the source of suppliesand !
labor and
I. a 6) Other members of the party are W. H. Owen, Miami, Fla.; Geo. W. spending more money for and I same to the )Board.
I material than any other agency' or institution
Dr. A. G. McCall, chairman, Dr. S II Burton, Mrs Geo. W. Burton, Utica p :: W.h :;:
I within this State, and .
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McCrory, secretary. Dr. V. R BoswellDr. : N. Y.; Mrs. E. J. Malley, Utica, N. Y.; I WHEREAS this money so disbursedby FACTS ABOUT FLORIDA X :

L Dr R. M. Ruprecht and Mrs F J Wolven, Kingston N. Y.; Mr 'I
"l"" Gray. I I this agency belongs 'to the tax payers Florida bean growers: have long clamored for a hamper that was :;:

Dr. R. V Allison of the Everglades and Mrs. James I.. Heffner, Lima of the State of' Florida, and --- .;. Bilt-Rite and Priced-Rite. KILGORE'S BILT-RITE hampers com .:.
;Experimental station near Belle Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Johnson, ::: :i:
WHEREAS this board feels thatit The fish and oyster industry brings : pletely fill both requirements. Compare them strength and appear-
Allentown, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. James I .;.
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is not only its duty to contract for;, into Florida several millions of dollars -. :.: ance with any hamper.
view of the official nature of I H. Hemstreet Pittsburgh; Margaret
he road work of the State as advan- annually. Thousands of barrels t X

) their trip the goverment did not express C. Leighty, Mary Switalski Cincinnati tageous as possible, but It is also its of oysters are shipped from Apalachicola .;. From Kilgores Bred-Rite Seeds to Kllgore's Bilt-Rlte Hampers to -:.
fro publication their reaction to Ohio; Jane Maley, Cincinnati, Ohio :: :
duty to see that the money for pur: and Fernandina, Florida, during, : ; increase your profits. Call on one of our store and convince yourself ;
the five day trip. Opal Douglas, Carbondale,. Ill; Pearle chases incident to building and main- the season which begins late in' September I :::: after a demonstration. :i: I..'
Brammer, Beulah T. Price. Bluefield, Tlious is
taining the highways of the State is and runs into April.
W. Va. Melba Buice Columbia S. C,;
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I FINAL TOUCHES spent, as far as possible, with the tax ands of pounds of shrimp are also X X
Mary Hazelhurst Charleston, S. C.; .
I 0 ARE ADDED.. -TO MILL I Mrs. Anne F. Ellis, Norfolk, Va.; Ir- payers of the State, shipped out of the state and packed, :!:
THE K1LGOM SEED CO.
-- THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED at the canning plants along the coast*
ma Lewis, Greensboro, N. C.; Helen :
that it is the sense of this Board that -- .
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Williams Beach Billie
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; all parties having contracts with the I Tremendous growth in the producitiou Selle.GId.. Canal Point Pahoke. t;

-- rine St. Petersburg; and Margaret: State Road Department of Florida be of grapefruit in Florida has been r:;.: :i:
the boiling house addition I
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I: workmen are now busy putting I Ewing, Clearwater. requested to restrict ,their purchases,. noted in the l last thirty years accord I .;._:_._:..:..:,.:._:.'.:..:_:...:..:..:..:..:_.:..:..:..:..:..:_:_.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:_: :.+.:..:..:..:_:_:..:..:_:_:..:_:..:_:..:_::

I the sheet metal siding on the building, I I ---.J .- II;(
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work and adjustments and it was I woik] a formula for a paint that would ...-...-......: .I I,
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announced here yesterday by 'William Ii
been perfected according to C. E.
G. Ames consulting engineer for the : : '
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'I i[ Southern Sugar company, that the,i that this'new industry will reach "" '' .. SdnE-GnID ..' ,.,.1, [
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J'-J'A.I A. A. MOTORISTS HIGH IN PRAISE I the sued state through hotel the commission architects board totaledX640,000 of. \1:1": < ;. : i" t' "RAD] ] I 0 I 1'1 I'


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by Captain F. Deane Duff andF. i month and indicated additional im, it

L. Williamson the visitors proceeded I provements In' the state's facilities 'for, IVa h

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1 f!1 ?;, ., high costs. We refer to the cost of hiring and $raining; its sales force,. which I Mr. T. K ;Kelly, banker, sales authority 1

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IMPORTANT TALKIES AT ; much dining and merriment.The in moderate oven until firm. Florida holds an important position

THE KETTLER golden yellow pumpkin or the I in the naval stores production of the, I

_,- cushaw; ,-filled with the goodness nature Thanksgiving Fig Pudding world. ,

Doug and Mary together. Picture r has stored in them, arc this year, I The perfect Thanksgiving meal may,
for this for r symbols of the Autumn Harvest, be brought to an end by "tappng off"
fans have been waiting 1 _
be both ? Fields just as they were in 1621-and, I with a tasty fig pudding. Make as
years! And now they, can \ : --.
seen and heart together. ,The two outstanding i Trt pumpkin pie is not only seasonably follows: :

figures In the film world will I at this time, but is a favorite at the, Use 1-3 cup' suet, 1.2 lb. figs, finely, i

be seen and heard at the Kettler 6t4i./ Thanksgiving DInner.THANKSGIVING chopped, 2 1-2 cups stale bread crumbs

Theatre, West Palm Beach, for four It.J \\ 3.4 cup milk, 1 cup brown sugar, 1 ,

big days starting Saturday, November !< ;1: +: : SPECIALTIES teaspoon salt, 3-4 teaspoon cinnamon,
23. : : Pumpkin Pie 1.2 teaspoon grated nutmeg, 1.2 cup I

The first joint appearance of these \4 '1 rn There are two points that should English walnut meats, 1-2 cup raisins II I ..r a

great stars will be in a glorious all- ,. i he kept In mind In making pumpkin seeded an dent in pieces, 2 ,table I I I4I4'8 ''
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talking frolic of love and laughter, iIELI4:! pie. Many of them are drugged with spoons flour, 4 eggs. and 2 teaspoons I D hOn s JUt I

Shakespeare's "Taming of the Shrew. spices and this should be avoided. Excessive baking powder. r
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This Is the lightest and frothiest oC ; baking is another common

Shakesperean works, and the story on fault. As soon as the filling is firmit I" -- -=-- -- .
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which all modern tales of cave men should be removed from the oven,

are based. I as longer baking is apt to cause the.I SCIENTIFIC SHOE r RE-BUILDING

Directed and adapted by Sam Tay- I lfNEan0_ UONEL-.BggRYM RE.f2'DiF 5T 4lOTS L l I II pumpkin to become watery. ; I REPAIRING WHILE YOU WAIT

lor, the picture has been superbly j Filling Mail your shoes to us and we will mail them back. .
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role of the beautiful KatherIne who I AT THE STANLEY THIS WEEK I Rooms" with Evelyn Brent and Neil pumpkin, 1 cup brown sugar, 12 teaspoon _.. -------.....,."....,...,....."

is not afraid of any man and matches I I Hamilton. Florida vs California in anI cinnamon, 1-2 teaspoon ginger

wits and good right arm against anyone The most sensatinal and thrilling I Audio Review; a Mermaid Comedy, I 1-4 teaspoon nutmeg, 1 teaspoon salt,

who dares try woo her. Doug picture in a Ing, long time is George j'I "The Talkies a surprise subject for 2 eggs, 1 1.2 cup milk, and 1.2 cup

plays the part of a :young man who I Bancroft, Paramount's deepchestedstar 'r, all, and world events in Paramount. ':cream to make a good filling TRUTHFUL TRANSACTIONS '= i IV I

sets out to win the beautiful Kather'l in "The Mighty." {News.. ;Mix 'sugar", salt and spices. Add to V .

ine who will not bo won b I This all talking hit Is a study in pumpkin well beaten' eggs, milk and( +: To '{now your diamonds, know ;your jeweler. '. ,

method ever tried. He finally findsa I meQ. Bancroft starts off as the gunman HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES cream. Beat until a foam. is formedi 1

way but not until the audience has who has much contempt for the on top. Line 'a pie plate with pastry( ',i. Buy; with confidence from a firm you can trust. .1 '.
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includes Edwin Maxwell. GCOffre,1 his valor secures many decorations '
Wai'dwell, Joseph Cawthorne of Street and promotions for him and he t What calls back the. past,' equipment. New -and used. l : '(" I : :i C.
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Girl fame; Clyde Cook and Dorothy; emerges a full fledged major and a ,. ,< .I.
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Jordan. national hero. On his way back to .
Fitting complements to this note- his old haunts he stops off to see Thanksgiving originated inV New ;, West Palm Beach V, .. ; $ VV .1 t ..
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worthy all-talking picture the family of one of his buddies and ; *
thanks at the end of their first harvest
found in Paramount Sound Nefs, ,the is offered the position of chief of JEWELER :
having gathered In sufficient .. ..
foremost newsreel of the age, which police, which he accepts. 211 1 Clematis/ ;; "S/ ..
food to make sure a supply for .the THE "FAIR" AWNINGSHOPPE ;. West Palm/ Beach ,>
presents the world's most interesting Esther Ralston is the sister of his I
long cold inter. From that time on, ;; ; HEADQUARTERS FOR >
events in both sight and sound; a old pal, and knows his past, but lIe -
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lively talking song-cartoon titled does not know this. They are in love.A .
and since the Civil War it has Oldest established Jewelry Store in Vet Palm Beeach ,
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"Smiles, which is really a blues chasing big police picnic is given !in honorof I V "
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novelty; and Bernardo and Hen- Bancroft and his successful cleanup '.';, '.:': Price Is Forgotten

rie, two happy, snappy and peppy campaign. The gang prepares to United States. No'V10: Lakevlew. Arcade, Lakeview -. -
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tertainment with both piano and j tion he learns, of their plans. The \:. I Phone 2-0229 r
of today,has become a day for family
songs. I gang sends an old sweetheart of Ban- West Palm Beach, Florida
reunions and gatherings, at which is,
The engagement at the Kettler begins -' croft's to tell his new ove about his." ;
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that everyone In West Palm Beach decides to cast his lot with Ills j jnew I'''' ...... ).",.. ',.. J'-.f, _:'.'1'.0.-'.' .....! l'.t'; ,> '' .. ',... Your Home While, In: West Palm Beach 1..
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and vicinities will able "'.,!?
surrounding be "gang" and leading over two k '.
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to see tht most important motion pic- ,j score of mounted officers he speedsto '.: ., : -1i" P A )( TON' SIN C.I "It/ Pleases Us ':*' To Please. ,' ._ You", "I
See iis' best grade of .
ture of the season, therefore the stop the wholesale robbery. Machine fa-r.thc I I EARLE R. CRESSIi T ELL, Manager t

management has suggested that everyone -, guns crackle, the officers at- r -V.J
western seed with high
who can do so, attend. the tack with hand grenades and all the grown ger- Formerly Fenders COR. CLEMATIS & DlXHE HIGHV/AY

early shows. modern implements of peace time mination at the lowest market prices. Mn. ........ ............_.....--....- __.., ...
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