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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: January 3, 1930
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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IJ0LUME Tl 4-NO..2 __ii__ CLE WIS TON. FLORIDA FRIDAY, JANUARY 3, 1930 :: PRICE 5 CENTS






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Scout Meeting IsPlanned I DRAINAGE BOARD STEPS IN SUGARS 1930 Is Welcomed
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i : FLOOD CONTROL TonightBecause I I By Dance At Inn OF NEW Mill


I GROUP DISCUSS several of the prospec 'HANDLES WEALTH: MAKING DEFINED i iI 'I ClewJstonites_rang out the old I ; .

tive members were unable to be year and welcomed the new at a Smooth Efficiency Seen

). present last week, the organization brilliant dance In the Clewiston Inn
OF DETAIL HERE BY MILL EXPERT In Last Minute Check
OPERATION PLAN meeting of the local troop of Boy a when at the stroke of midnight
Of
Scouts scheduled for last Friday I( blowing of horns asd whistles Equipment At Mill

I night has been postponed until this, Engineer Traces WorkOf I drowned the jazz tunes from the And In Fields.

Action On Relievi n g Friday, it was announced here to- Fire Control And Board:I i Shawano orchestra of the Brown

Drainage Board Of Expense j I I day. I Policy Are GivenConsideration. :. ManufacturingRaw Peanut farm which furnished music After almost a solid year of con-.

Clewiston Boys 12 years old ,or "u Sugar. for the occasion. struction during which the 1,500 tona
Is Delayed For
I I lover who are anxious to join the I The dance was scheduled to start day sugar factory was increased

Three Months. Scout movement are invited to be Sugar cane manufacture is a simple at nine o'clock, but many of the to a 4,000 ton a day unit, Southern
Plans for fire control in the Ever-
present in the auditorium of the process despite the bulky and intri- guests did not arrive until later,.several Sugar company officials today an-

4- Members of the Florida Flood Con- Clewiston school this Friday nightat glades and advocation of a definite cate machinery in the Clewlston factory after 11 o'cock. The dining nounced that the 01930 grinding seasonat

trol board and state drainage board 7:30 o'clock when details of or- policy to be followed by the board | according William G. Ames room of the Inn was tastefully deco the Clewiston factory ,will be started -

i meeting here Thurs. with Governor ganizing the local Scout troop will stood out as two important matters in I(Iconsulting engineer, for the Southern rated for the occasion and the dance, .- I at six: o'clock Monday morning.The .

Doyle E.: Carlton discussed the possibility be formed. a wealth of detail handled at the arItcrnoo'n Sugar company who in 'speaking of I, which was sponsored by the Clew grinding season is expected to

_of transferring to the flood con- I session of the Everglades (the approaching season when the local iston Post of the American_ Legionwas last at least three months during
board which with the Florida '
trol board operation and maintenance' Drainage mill will grind 4rOOO tons of cane unanimously voted a success. which several million pounds of raw

i .. of at least two canals now under the ACTIVITY HEREIMPRESSES Flood Control board was in joint 'daily, outlined the highlights of raw sugar will roll in long trains to the
session here yesterday from 10:30,
Drain-I I
supervision of the Everglades sugar manufacture. sugar refineries.

age board. The matter was introduced I MAN"FROMCHICAGO o'clock yesterday morning until near- ;I i I "Making of sugar" said Mr. Ames" FOUR MILLION IS Despite the fact that with the open-
six o'clock In the Governor
ly evening. -
by Marcus A. Milam, drainage board "consists of extracting the juice from ing of the Clewiston factory on next

member of Miami who explained that I' Carlton accompanied by W. V. the cane, removing the Impurities TO IMPROVESTATE I :Monday morning the Southern Sugar
Knott left here o'clock for I
at two
he offered the suggestion to the flood from the juice, boiling the clean or company will be operating the:largest

control board members as a means of Tampa after turning the meeting over 'purified, juice- to such a low density single unit sugar cane factory in the
to Marcus A. Milam of Miami.A WATERWAYS
relieving the drainage board of expense that the sugar contents crystallize' and continental United States, clock-like
H. M. Preston Spends two hour discussion fire haz-
., which. was later estimated to be of and then separating these sugar crystals precision has marked the final prepa-
.' annually. Following Three On Tour ards on muck soils of the Everglades rations for
approximately 25,000 Days from the non-crystallizable con the opening of tte 1930
brought various suggestions from Okeechobee ProjectASKED Is
lengthy discussion, it was Of Inspection.Following tents." grinding season.

agreed by the governor and members board members ranging from appro- After the cane has passed throughthe Listed As BiggestAppropriation. At the factory test runs in both

;' of both boards that action on the mat- I I a three day visit in Clew- priating $5,000 for each of the five mill rolls and the juices extracted I the milling department and the boil-

ter be postponed pending more definite districts to centralization of the fire r lug house showed the giant mechan-
and the fibre carried by
iston, II. :M. Preston of Chicago, general conveyorto
indication of flood control action sales director for' the 'Dahlberg I control activities. The latter plan was the boiler house to be used as fuelor JACKSONVILLE. Jan .-Florida ism throughout the factory to be

In. Florida by Washington.The I I Corporation of America left this com- agreed on when it was decided that stored for Celotex manufacture, the will participate in national expendi- ready for the opening of the season, ..
boards in executive session the executive secretary be authorized the in construction
reflecting efficiency
munity more than ever impressed!? with business of raw sugar manufacture tures for river and harbor improve-
heard, the report of Engineer George to instruct that certain areas begins in earnest and outlined methods during the past year.
as by
the activities of the Southern Sugar ments to the amount of $4,577,000; ac-
Hilles that indications the be burned over as soon as possibleand While last minute
were gov- of
Mr. Ames is as follows: check-up ma-
company in transforming the northern cording to the Florida State Chamberof
ernment would participate -, in the event of additional fires at the mill under
generously Everglades from a spectral The juices are given a double strain Commerce, if the present proposed chinery was way,
In the Everglades work. making necessary the expenditure of field officials under the
I lug, first through supervision
a coarse perforated are
waste into a new sugar bowl for appropriations affecting the state
Tho report indicated ,that the rivers additional funds that he be .authorizedto ,
screed, anl then through fine wire Hdrbors .
America. retained in the Rivers and
consult with the local board (Please turn to page ,5)j)
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and harbors committee and the flood COJTImissio'ner .
Mr Preston; a keen observer of I raZ&l ;after which they are weighed bill now In congress and which is ex, -
and make the II
necessary ex
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control committee 'would participate
conditions, made, a thorough inspec- and pumped on for clarification. pected to pass this session..
jointly in egislation relative to United penditures.
tion of the activity throughout the Clarification is effected by heatlS! The projects now carried, or sug- Fears Opens New
States participation in providing flood Marcus A. :Milam suggested the
sugar belt from Moore Haven to Ca the juices which are mixed carefully 'gested, in the bill are as follows: St. With
control and navigation in lake Okee- method of inspection of the Gladesfor Store Fine
nal Point, the 50 mile stretch around fire with a solution of lime and passing Marks River, $11,000; St. John's River -
by airplane and stated that
chobee.
Modern
a the southern rim of Lake Okeechobeeand I the game through continuous settling (below Jacksonville) $111,000; St. EquipmentWith
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Transferring supervision of the
'!. accompanied by Southern Sugar 1 I (Pease turn to page 4) Petersburg Harbor, $45,000; Caloosa-
j, maintenance of, the St. Lucie canal equipment comparing favorably -
company officials followed with inter- hatchee-Lake Okeechobee $4,000,000
and the three mile Caloosahatchee ca- with that found in the more mod-
est their explanation of the giant COUNTY connection with this appropriation the
nal featured the morning session of GOVERNOR ASKED( SOLONSPAY ern stores of larger cities. B. F. Fears
mechanism in the new 4,000 ton a House Committee contemplates hold
the flood control board until the members owner-manager of the F & H grocery' '
day Clewiston sugar factory. ing flood hearings early in January.
l went in executive session at TO TAKE( ? PART INSTATE BILLS AT store completed the moving of his
i Leaving ClewIs ton to Palm Beach Florida also will participate In the
11:45
)3 o'clock.Vhile these two canals stock and equipment from his former
and Miami, Mr. Preston will spend waterway project from Cape Fear to
were the only ones mentioned by the location in the Alston block to. his
several more days in Florida and he AIR TOUR SPECIAL MEET the St. John's River for which $5,907- .
board members, discussion indicated : new store on the Suetarland highway _
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Gives Haldeman, Young Are County Commissioner s Holiday: Mail Sets I Furniture company. ..
Congregation
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Rearranging his stock and despite
Magazine Shows I
Pastor New Radio Also, Expected In I Meet To Approve New High: Record the addition of new equipment the F

Cane PlantersAt St. Pete Tour. Current Bills. I I & II store has large clean quarters

Work Here Although he earnestly requested In -- Handling the heaviest volume of which are a ciedlt to the community.

-- sermons prior to Christmas that no I ST. PETERSBURG, Jan. 2.-Gover- Convening to pay bills, members of mail in the history of Clewiston, the' Frigidaire eectrical refrigeration is

Sugar cane planting operations of presents be given him by the congre-, nor Doyle Carlton, :Major Clarence M. the Hendry County board of commissioners local post office employees snowed. one of the many improvements.Mr. .

the Southern Sugar company were gation, Rev. 'V. T. Bailey pastor of I Young chief of the aeronautical sec I met at La Belle when $415,72I under an avalanche of letters, cards I Fears who operated two grocery

shown in a full page picture i in the the Clewiston Community church hada tion, U. S. Department of Commerce; i 1 1I I paid from the General Rev nu e and packages during the holidays !I stores and meat markets in Fort

10' January issue of National Geographic late visit from Santa Claus when George Haldeman, of the Bellanca fund and $806.50 from the road and I handled the increased business with Myers for three years before coming
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Magazine. the congregation according to his re- Aircraft Corp., and Freddie Lund, of bridge fund. smooth efficiency and are now handling to' Clewiston said:

Since the picture was taken how- quest to ;give no Christmas present, the Waco Airplane Co., are expectedto In accordance with the policy of the regular volume of business. "We have closed out our Fort !\ }'-

l ever the method of planting has been decided to give the pastor a New I participate in the "Florida StateWide the Clewiston' News the minutes of The heavy increase In Christmas ers stores and are centering all our '
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considerably modernized and plant Year's presentOn Air Tour" .to be held January all meetings of the county commissioners business was largely because of the attention on Clewiston, and our main

ing work done '.'by a large crew of la New Year's eve Santa Claus in 16th to 23rd, Inclusive, according to .r are published that the taxpayer large increase in the population of objective will be to constantly improve

borers as shown in the picture I is now the person of Roy Trublood of the I Bob C. Smalley, of this city, tour may be in close touch with county Clewiston during the past year. the service to our customers."

done by a recently perfected sugarcane Clewiston Supply company delivereda manager. government. When the minutes are of

I planting machine now in use on latest type Atwater-Kent radio to The "Florida State-wide Air Tour unusual length only the highlights of .-' J
CUPID BAGS POPULAR CLEWISTON
.o'1i6), the Southern ,Sugar company planta- Rev. Bailey-a present from his con- sponsored by the aviation Committeeof the meeting are, given but the complete ,- _

tions. gregation. the Florida State Chamber of Commerce minutes are on file in the officeof

-, I and sanctioned by the National' the Clewis ton News for public pe COUPLE STARTING 1930 DRIVE '

Aeronautical Association, is scheduled rusal. ,
COMPLETION OF PAHOKEE PLANe -
to start from Miami Thursday, Tho minutes, of the recent meeting
Dan launched his 1930 cam- I Following the luncheon the couple
January 16th Immediately following are as follows: Cupid

.- MARKS WATER CONTROL PROGRESS the "All American Air Races" and The board of Hendry county com :paign by bagging two of the more I left on an automobile tour of the

).' ,. will terminate at Jacksonville on Jan- missioners re-convened December 23, popular members of 'decision'syounger i state, the bride's traveling costume

uary 24th after an eight day tour of 1920, as per adjournment on December set on New Years Day when I II being a green tweed ensemble, brown

Marking another step in the rapid plant at the South Line, south of airports In the state In the interestsof 14, 1929, at the courthouse In La I,Miss Jorrye Jeffries, daughter of Mr. I shoes and hose with hat to match.

expansion of the water control system Clewlston where the equipment con- aviation development in Florida. Belle, Hendry County, Florida with ;and Mrs. O. L. Jeffries was marriedto Mrs. Kerr came to Clewiston lightly -

-ol in the sugar belt in the northern Slats of one 54 inch Wood screw The tentative plans provide for airplane the following members present: E. J. Kerr, combustion engineer more than a year ago when her

pump with a pumping capacity of shows and air meets with sub- Chairman, W. L. Murray, Selden L. I' in father O. L. Jeffries came here from
Everglades, R. Y. Patterson, drainage for the Southern Sugar company a
I 60,000 gallons of water per minute. stantial prizes to' be held at St. Pe- Stewart, and II. L. Delaney. :quiet wedding at the parsonage of Columbus 0.. to' start the Clewiston
engineer announced here that
today I Work is also nearing completion in tersburg, Tampa and Orlando, with Tho chairman stated that the meetIng Rov. W. T. Bailey, pastor of the Clew- Dairy company of which he Is owner-
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the new three unit plant in the Pa the construction of the plant in UnitC : visits to a number: of other cities Interested -, had been called for the purposeof iston 'Community church. manager. His daughter was 'employed

hokee drainage district has been sue- of the South Florida conservancy I in aviation where '''the public paying some bills in connection as a clerk in the office of the Sou

('"fully! tested and Is now in opera- district which will be a plant similarto : will be given opportunity to inspect ,with the courthouse fill and road ]Miss Marquise McCleary of Columbus them, Sugar company. .

tion.The that in the Pahokee district, con- I the planes making the tour. Over- work performed during the month and 0., cousin of the bride, was brides .'Irs' Kerr has been a resident of

Pahokee plant equipment con- sisting of three 54 Inch Wood screw night stops will be made at Sebring, to take up any other business that, maid and Leland Pekins acted as best ciewitson for the past eighteen _'"

sists of three 54 inch 'Wood screw pumps with a total capacity 180-, St. Petersburg, Tampa, Orlando and might come before the board. The following man.The months when he came here from Cubato

,' pumps driven by three 180 h. p. Diesel 000 gallons of water per minute. Winter Haven with other organized 1)1115 were, read. Motion by bride wore a dahlia colored accept the appointment of combustion -

# engines. The pumping capacity of the Construction of a: five mile levee OH stops to be announced later. A splendid Stowart, seconded by Delaney, called chiffon dress of the new long type, engineer for the Clewlston factory

plant .180,000 gallons of water per the north side of the Palm Beach Can- program of entertainment is being i and carried that the bills be paid, as with hat to match, black transparent pf the Southern Sugar company.

l.J. minute. al in the Pelican Lake district was provided for the tour participants., read and accordingly warrants wero 'velvet, coat, black satin pumps and Because of the opening of the grind-

; The work is part of the $600,000 also Included in the program and com- Plans contemplated include -visitsto I drawn. Jenny Wren hose** ing season, Mr. Kerr will be unableto

water control project which wail pleted in addition to the construction which was remain from Clewiston longer
Sarasota, Lakeland, Daytona, St. The clerk was instructed to purchase Following the wedding away
.. launched home months ago. / of control gates for the gravity canalof Augustine, Gainesville, Tallahassee, $20 worth of postage stamps to attended by Mr. and Mrs. Jeffries the than a few days and on their return,

j Included in the project was the'' (ta- tho,west unit of the Pahokee drains' Lake City in addition to stops pre- be used by the assessor for.: mailing wedding party were guests at the I I the couple will make their home at
fruction of the single unit pumpfng / \trict. (I l Tnn.i .
luncheon the Clewlston
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News
__ not to take any poison during the year, would do well to steer: clear of bootleg -
Successor to The Pon Progress
liquor.

Entered as second.class matter February 8, 1928, at the post office at t ,

Clewiston, Fla., under the Act of March S, 1879.
Clewistonltes next week will start milling around but not in the generally CROVi BROTHERS" ,

LOUIS A. MORGAN ........:.................................."............... Publisher S '
accepted sense..

TOM SMITH rr..r.r.'......r..".,.......................r..r............................. Editor I ,___
CONTRACTORSClewiston '
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; Subscription Rates I Start Crop Year 'S
La Belle NewsRussell
\By mall outside of Florida. By mail in Florida \ With InventoryIs Fla. (IL

One year ?2.50 One year; $2.00
Six months 1.50 Six months 1.00 Farm Advice

Three months 1.25 Three months .75 McLellan 12 year old son

of Mr. and Mrs. McLellan of North GAINESVILLE, Fla., Jan. 3.-With -- ". :;. .
NEWS' PLATFORM La Belle was accidently shot and the excitement of Christmas over, ; )

1. Definite control of Lake Okeechobee with water transportation. .killed Monday. While hunting near now is an excellent time for farmersto -- ......... .

2. .Early; completion of the, hi&nvays for local transportation and concentration the Blount Grove East of La Belle he decide to make 1929 a business

of products. laid the gun down pointed towards year, and begin by taking an inventory c* L F* IET TsTiiT/ in IT* : I t

3. A substantial downward revision of freight rates. on vegetables and him and it accidently discharged, the I. or deciding on a definite date for ,. :

other products of this region" to the northern markets. bullet piercing his stomach, His; brOther taking one, Dr. C. V. Noble, agricultural -" '" 'I 9'

1. The full functioning of a cooperative marketing association for both, who was nearby rushed for help I economist at the Florida Experi- THE ONLY PLACE OF ITS KIND IN GREATER. : ::': I't

buying and selling purposes. but he only live a few minutes. meent Station, stated In a radio talk CLEWISTON ';:', 'a ,

.\ 1 FRIDAY, JANUARY 3, 1930 over WRUF December 30. OPE.: .
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1930 WISHES broke into Royers drug store, throughthe one date best for all Florida farmersto I We serve only the best thc market affords .",. : g .

front glass stealing several valuable take inventories. For general farm '' : I
REGULAR DINNERS-SHORT ORDERSs: ;:; ..' ,
articles. ? ers of North Florida January 1 is per- ,:

Let us wish for only what we are willing to work' for during 1930.' (I jhaps I the best date.. For citrus growers : -' 'f' '
OYSTERS A SPECIALTYHome ; ,
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Idle wishes for Mrs. A. L. Taylor, Miss Cora Cal- j a date after harvest is completed '. ,
the new year whether they be for health or prosperity or houn, Mrs. Calhoun and Miss Bendy I would be best. For truck growers the .I ". '.\ ..., :1

both, to be effective must.carry the clause that we are willing to work for spent Friday in Miami. best date would be after the biggest Made Pies .. .:" :;:;'

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the fulfillment of these wishes. crops are marketed. : :.'..t' .
Enjoy your Sunday Chicken Dinner Al : "
Mrs W. O. Reeves and Hiram
son In his talk, Dr. Noble explainedthat "
Obviously we cannot eat poorly cooked<; foods, worry ourselves into a de- Reeves of Zebulon, Georgia and Mr. a farm inventory is simply a list The Clerolston Cafe-The Home of Good Coffee.: I.

cline and yet expect our wish for good health to miraculously come true. Nor and Mrs A. S. Ballard of Lutherville, of resources and liabilities. Resources .

can we lazily start off the new year planning to work. as: little as possible Georgia, are visiting Colonel. R. I should include such items as real estate I
4*. Rider and family. Mrs. Reeves is the : livestock, feeds and seed, all k
and
yet expect our wish for continued '
prosperity to be realized. ,
mother of Mrs. Rider and Mrs. Bal
supplies, machinery, cros in ground,
Wishes for health and prosperity during, the coming year must thereforebe lard is Mrs. Rider's sister. mortgages, and cash on hand or In

an expression of determination to work harder than, ever to accomplish, bank. Liabilities should include all HERALD AND UNIT D TRUCK LINES ,
Mrs. A. L. Taylor, Mrs. Phfaff, Mrs.\ debts, notes and mortgages againstthe j
whatwe, plan.
r Dreyer and Miss Edna Dieyer visited. farm.One !

If B. G. Dahlberg, known Mrs. Whemple In '
already Englewood.
internationally as a successful manu of the 'advantages of an Inventory -
Overnight service from facturer of Celotex had sat in his Chicago office and merely :wished that he 1 is that it shows the net worth'at -" (
Mr.. and Mrs. Frank P. Ray:: of Miami
the time the inventory is taken. It .
might have a great acreage in sugar, the northern Everglades would still be visited .:. i'' i t tu t;
Commissioner. .. .and Mrs. also shows whether or not the busi- Tampa, Miami>l and West Palm Beach .
the spectral waste he found on his arrival here, and unless Selden Stewart. "" ITo
lie had the Napoleonic ness is making or losing money. An .

determination to work for what he wished for, Clewiston today, inventory is the basis for all other accounting Clewiston. .
Mr. and Mrs.
Julius Krister
: of Wyoming
and it furnishes the groundwork
would not be a city of fine homes boasting the largest single unit sugar cane N. J., and Miami are visiting g
i for any kind of credit statement.
factory in the continental United States. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Newcomb. An inventory furnishes a valuabe list EXPRESS SERVICE AT FREIGHT RATES'f."

The world is full of similar examples. Edison working to realize ,his wish, I of property for use in case of adjust I I
I I. Miss Luela Raus of Palatka is visiting .
ing fire insurance or in settling an
or dream for the electric light; Ford for his dream of a moderately priced Mrs.\ B. L. Dulaney. S
\ estate Dr. Noble pointed out. BAKERS{ SERVICE! STATION .
automobile; the Wright brothers for a heavier than air machine.and innumerable The department of agricultural economics t
4 Col. H. A. Rider and. visitors motored . .
other instances. of the Florida Experiment Sta-
to Fort Mjers Tuesday. Local RepresentativeHERALD .
tion has prepared a leaflet that tells I
That we may look back twelve months from
today and view, with pride our
exactly how to take an inventory and LINES UNITED LINES

accomplishments during: 1930, let us wish for only, what we 'are :willing 'to Miss Gladys Cason, popular La several booklets whic hare helpful in 615.19 Platt St. ', ...J 391 N. W. 24th Street f.
Belle young lady was married by TAMPA, FLA. < : .. ;. MIAMI, FLA. '
work for. inaktng 1929 a business year for Flor- ; ,- .. :. '"
I i County Judge Charles O. Ros toi' :: ; "'-"', \
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Thomas Lee Williams also of La :.'- /
k' I Belle. I may be secured by writing and ask

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-..------ti- .. Florida's air-mindedness is expected to':be stimulated appreciably through Mrs. A. L._.:Taylor. held ak receptionin =
honor of her mother and sisters
the "Florida Statewide Air Tour." which is to be conducted January 1623. visiting her from
Cottonwood, Alabama
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Section, U. S. Department of Commerce; George Haldeman, of the Bell- <" I II
Mr.\ James Dana of Fort Denaud and If '

anca Aircraft Corp., and Freddie Lund, of the :Waco. Airplane Co., are 'expected Miss Dorothy Taylor of Cortez Beach B I : :':: (:'A'.J.:: : : : ': ;<;ti.;;'j : ) ';,: ." t

to participate. Fla., were married by County Judge : : r t ta
Charles O. Ross. idil! \ :
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The tour, sponsored by the Aviation Committee of the State Chamber of .,;, .- \ ?( ,a_ ", r,

Commerce, and sanctioned by the National Aeronautical Association, is Mr.\ and Mrs\ Gee Small of Clewis '1 = f:!: '
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scheduled to start from Miami Thursday, January 16 immediately following ton spent Christmas with relatives In ; : J JJ

the "All American Air Races" and will terminate at Jacksonville January 24 La Belle. ;. Rt'i; ; ;; ;,_I!;:.:, ;,:L\:!.r':/, : V. ;s. { ;: { : : ,:;:. ;iL: :;:':{{ ,:;/ rf: ; .' 1: .,1


a.fteran eight day tour of airports in the state in the interests of aviation Mr. and Mrs Irving Phillips of ;
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development in Florida. Imokalee are visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. < : f
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E. Edwards s? ; 'tr : .
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prizes to be held at St. Petersburg, Tampa and Orando with visits to a I : ;{\ WINfER MONTHS ARE RADIO MONTHS "S { ::: It:"

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number of other cities interested In aviation where the public will be given BE INSURANCE I

opportunity to inspect the planes making the tour. Overnight stops will be c iiC Lit} 'rqJ. .
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made at Sebring, St. Petersburg, Tampa, Orlando and Winter Haven, with MINDED! ,..... '. ,, ',' ,'.t. ,. '.: .' I ,1

other organized stops to be announced later. A splendid program of enter- LIFE F : :'

tainment is being provided for the tour participants. ACCIDENT & HEALTH SO. State. ;( )::f:} ';'f 'J

'Mutual Benefit THIS IS THE SEASON WHEN YOU WILL ENJOY REJ ,. .
Plans contemplatel include visits to Sarasota, Lakeland, Daytona, St. Augustine AUTO '. I' 1 ',; '. .' ,}.' : '

Gainesville, Tallahassee, Lake City in addition to stops previously FIRE & STORM American, .: .' CEIVING THE WORLD'S NEWS EVERY EVENINGr;:: : :... I : .., : .' :Ji
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Our vote for the week's: best program goest to Tom's Toasted Peanuts of air I ..:':< ,:.): >.. :
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Discontented Cows. It was the richest piece of radio burlesque we've
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Tom's Toasted Peanut program over WLW on Monday nights is proving itself
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-- Sugar cane planting' on the Southern .Sugar.' company plantations, in the laundry. These rich suds soak through ; y: f : ::,;' :\
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northern Everglades is shown In a,:full page picture In the January numberof your clothes washing away every ves- ;,'.'. .. ,.-.. .,
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t)1'! J Mouldings are bin r, k r with Eos red with Tusk ivory- _stripings p-'_ also. I .'

CHEVROLET ANNOUNCES GREATEST J striping. Wheels are Llama gray In the coach the left front seat is ot ,

' striped with Eos red. Tthe mohair hinged only at the floor. The back

NEW CAR AUTOMOTIVE HISTORY harmonizes with the general ensem and seat being in fixed relation. The READY

ble. right front seat is of the folding type, S SV'
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The Chevrolet Motor Company to- duration of the spray.c.. scats have been lowered an inch and of the body ha been improved -

If"- day announces a new car for 1930: The same sturdy 48 pound crank I a half and in the phaeton the rear by a new contour of the window Money deposited in the

iJ.1101l11 as "The Greatest Chevrolet in shaft which proved so satisfactory seat has ,been tilted. Seat and back reveals while the body ETETE V

Chevorlet HistorAnnouncement)-." during 1929 has been retained in the cushions have been made deeper. giv- I dow reveals Tho body is finished in
FIRST BANK OF CLEWISTONWill '
of the new car today new car and a further contributionto ing greater riding comfort. Trim ma Classic blue Duco with Ivory strip-

comes right at the close of Chev smoother engine operation, improved terial of the phaetonls gray while the Ings and wheels to match. The In-

'\-" ro let's greatest year, for the sensational distribution and increased seat cushions are tufted with plain terior of the body is finished with a always be ready when you call
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success of the six-cylinder economy has been made by the new seat backs. Top material' is brown and high grade velour of harmonizing col for it. .

Chevrolet: introduced just a year ago, intake and exhaust manifolds of the white whipcord on the inside and gay or. Tho coupe follows the same ,desIgn -

'resulted in an output of 1,350,000 cars heated T design.: I teal on the outside. rt Is finished in as to window reveals while the Our
thl year, breaking by a wide marginall The air cleaner has been improvedby i Saxon gay Duco with Bloss Vale body is finished in Scaraba green Du- banking facilities and policy as .

former Chevrolet annual produc- reversing tre position of the intake green moulding and Talina striping. I co with Arizona gray mouldings and sures you full protection at all times.

tion records.In slots and providing for a less The wheels are Saxon gray with Bloss Tusk ivory stripings. Wheels are fin-
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:' gor 1930, W. S. Knudsen, president slots located at a greater distance gray Spanish material grain with a harmonizing color. when
deposited with
t and general manager, declared that i i'i' fTbm the exhaust manifold, the I plain back and tufted cushion is used The sedan stands out as ade luxe us.

with the improvements incorporated air entering the carburetor is much for upholstery while the top materialis model with chrome-plated cowl lights

in the new car, Chevrolet was antici- cooler and a greater amount of air brown and white whipcord on the and attractive chrome-plated cowl SAFE CONSERVATIVE BANKINGFIRST

pating a volume of business, that will can be handled in the same space be- inside with gray teal on the outside. mouldings. The body is finished in

equal, if not surpass, the phenomenal cause of its greater density. These The back curtain is separable to permit Boulevard maroon with black mould-

S b- record of 1929. And, in order to accom- combined refinements result in bet. better ventilation. Buttons In the ings, rear quarter and wheels. Striping -

modate an early demand, production ter engine perforfance by insuring delivery top hold the curtain open. The roadster I I on both body and wheels is of BANK OF CLEWISTON 'V

is being speeded with all the haste of clean, cool air to the carburetor is finished in Staunton blue .Du-I Aurora red while the trim is in harmonizing .

consistent with the precision methods in larger quantities.The co with black mouldings and : color of a high grade mo

:.. for which Chevrolet manufacturing clutch on the new car has ivory stripings. Wheels are black'hair.
the adoption of an .
y operations are famous. been improved by .

':\ \..(:" New .car shipments have been goingV integral disc, made in one piece of ... -
' out to dealers for the past ten days high carbon steel. This will give the TsV :
with deliveries to owners scheduled 1930 cars smoother and easier clutch
and kSAr :} '.5'" r' fl10I11rn OIfOf If .
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to start tomorrow. The cars go on dist' action, quieter \T
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Chevrolet showrooms from coast tot Easier riding and greater quitness

; I coast, while at the same time the announcement arc accomplished through a new type: -',
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: broadcast through the advertising columns which bushings in the spring eyes

-1y' of more than 6,500 newspapers. and brackets are eliminated, thus doIng '
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:, have been made in the 1930 Chevroet ground tubular pins, with tapered ,
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' ". ;' beauty: added safety factors, improved brackets while oil forced into them f .r
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'::, with added power, and lubrication unnecessary. ,:
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f 't1 features of the new line. I about easier riding, is found in the .:., ., !fir .
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r, '.. Jt glare VV windshield and vastly improved rating arms with the chassis and In : Q

l'. jT' ",,:" four wheel braking: : system arc I suring positive transmission of al re_ ( ) '
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?!"" ;':"Y-" These brakes, also, are fully .enclosed I A new type 'of gasoline gauge of ; ,.
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<::,' ,4' V against water and dirt. I Chevrolet. A double float in, the tank :. ,

,. V The brakes represent an innovationnot Insures correct reading of this gauge '
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the entire passenger car field. The The position! of the steering wheel S ; T1IE[ GR1ATE sr ,

brakes may be V adjusted without the In relation to the seat has been :.' V .

removal of any plates from the brake changed I, making the driver's position ....
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drum, and operate with equal efficiency I much. more comfortable. The horn
on ail four wheels. A new method button in the cente of the wheel has F .

of construction known as ,the "arti u- I been made more accessible and easierto .
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J i i 0 braking under all conditions of tein.k'O I the crown and improving the de .r -' .'
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per ture. sign of the rubber bellows. :', : '
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t a variety of colors, carry the famous the car have been improved through t,: ; ,; :
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I' r models three of which are new to 20'to 4. 7519. The rim diameter, has', :, : ), Today, Chevrolet presents the Greatest motor, with its capacity increased to 50 -

{ Chevrolet, comprise the line. Of theE been reduced one inch. ..'- < : Chevrolet Chevrolet History smoother, horsepower; four Delco-Lovejoy hydraulic
E <, eight, five are closed cars and three Disc wheels are provided as stand ; "
"'. V Si, faster, better Six-with beautiful ne bodies shock absorbers
: are open. The closed cars are the sedan ard equipment on all models except : ; fully-enclosed internal- ..
-_ coach,. coupe, sport coupe and the sport roadster and sport coupe.: -:.. ". by Fisher. expanding weather-proof brakes :
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club sedan. The open are I The wie wheels on thesemodels are .< : -' .
dash gasoline gauge; heavier and stronger
.. roadster, sport roadster and phaeton. i equipped with drop center rims and :i. Basically, it Isthe, same sturdy, substantial "

b of.J.. :..::.::,: The models new to the lino this year are demountable the hub. The large 'J, ... r Six which won such tremendous popularityin rear axle; Fisher non- l are windshield. ; '

... .. are the sport, coupe, sport roadster wire wheel hubcaps are chromium N/ larger tires-
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: and club sedan. plated and of beautiful and distinc- every way

'. :, "... Working with Chevrolet's chief engineer tive design. The neat Chevrolet em- i -, '' -for there are scores of vital improvements these are typical of the many improve- .

were General Motors engi- blem at the center with raised polished : : .:. which contribute comfort '
; to performance ments found throughout the entire design.
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to'f neers and Proving Ground engineers, border and black center is sur- V
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with IS Chevrolet engineers assiting rounded by a hammered background.This safety. ::,
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,d ., their chief in supervising the devel is surrounded by a polished ring impressive smoother, V !

''. : opment and refinement of the improved within a black ring. ,:, <: An improved six-cylinder valve-in-head faster, better Six is available- t,. .. :".

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The result of the efforts of this engineering of a rubber bumper mounted on

:, 1(, ::,? -. talent is a smoother, quieter the upturned flange of the fender < { :

: ,.. more powerful motor. The new skirt, against which the hood bears. :: ;: : ; m at greatly reduced prices .,r
engine, fully enclosed, with a high The instrument panel design and ar-' ,< ,t,

compression non-detonating head, de- angement this year is entirely new. : .
velops 50 horsepower. The instruments are all mounted on .,

'' I. The brake horsepower has been increased a single carrier plate which is assembled ,
i :} During 1929 more than a million three hundred ing these savings With the public. No written
\.1 .J'\ '. over the entire speed range. from the rear. This permits the ... '.:
tl ''l... .1 At 1,000 revolutions per minute 24.5 removal of individual instuments for '.::.'' IVV thousand persons bought six-cylinder Chevrolets. description. can do justice to the extra value and
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: ,. horsepower is developed and the maxi! service. Spark and throttle controlsas ; :..-, This enormous volume has made possible many quality provided ,in this new car. Visit your Chevrolet -

mum of 50 horsepower is attained at well as choke arc located on the savings in the Chevrolet factories-and, in keeping dealer-see this car-ride in it-and judge fort

; "' 2,6000 revolutions per minufe. This Instrument panel, which is Indirectly /. with its long-cstablifehed policy, Chevrolet is sharyourself the sensational value it represents. .

:: increase in power insures a merked lighted. .".n.a \. ,,,,_
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climbing ability. At normal. driving I are equipped with wire wheels. Both :t Thc ROADSTER ..".:.:......r..r.......' ........... The, SPORT COUPE................................
;._' speed the new engine develops many I have rumble seats, that in the sport :..; $495 $625

,;,':*,*::" 4.. times the power required to drive the roadster being of the flush type. Spare ',' The PHAETON .........::..U'.\"(" :>.,':: < : "" The CLUB SEDAN ...............::''.......................
:,' car. Specifically the rear axle has wheel and carrier are mounted on the ; :: :::7; ;E" $495 $625'
been redesigned while the differential
I back. The sport roadster is finishedIn .The SPORT ROADSTERThe ..........". .r........., The SEDAN '.............r.......... ......."..............., $675
unit has been strenghtened and its smart black Duco ,with Ayres gray : $525 ; ,

;f:.j:. long oiling life system and quiet redesigned operation.to insure moulding.wheels are. Body Shalirnar striping orange,and while wire the COACH .....,..""'j'; ....... .... ......:: ..... ,... .. $565 The SEDAN DELIVERY.,....."..............\.. ... $< C)5)

r' Smoother operation of the engine
seats are 'with'plain' back and
. and longer life are assured through. tufted seat gray cushion. Top materia is The COUPE .............':..... ..... ....:..:..... ... .. ...,n $565 The LIGHT DELIVERY CHASIS ......"..... $365

V .theuso of light weight pistons. Steel-i brown and white whipcord on the in- : V

S backed crankshaft bearings have been side and gray teal on the, outside. The The ONE and ONE-HALF TON CHASIS n............................ : ..... .... ... '.
I adopted because they are more dur- i back curtain Is sparable to permit better ; $520 V o'

able. I. ventilation. The sport coupe is The ONE and j ONE-HALF TON CHASIS WITH CAB ......................
The oil pump has been increased incapacity finished i nStanford brown with Beaver $625

and improved in efficiency, brown roof and rear quarter. Mould '0
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a while the carburetor has been improved Ings are of Beaver brown while the 1 '- ,

. in respect to both its accele body striping and wire wheels are All Prices F. O. B. Factory, Flint, Mich. .
VViI rating pump and jet size. The accele Shalimar orange. The interior is

' rating pump has been Increased in trimmed in a beautifully harmonizing
length and reduced in diameetcr. This mohair. -..- k TTSMOOTHER I

,c. Improvement also helps the acceleration I I The club sedan is finished in Llama "A FASTER: BETTER S I'Xj,1yrr

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expectations and our coming here COUNTY I"" po I \ktOW'i i 1ChcY'
HIGHWAY I SOLONSPAY.
MOVE TO I originally was decided upon only after : BILLS q .st
a careful survey o fthe field and I (Continued from page 1)) to.1, ''l
MADE TO HANDLE I its possibilities daY
I "The 'volume of business we have out tax returns. Motion by Stewart,

CREASED TRADE: enjoyed In Clewiston has been most .I seconded by Delaney that the deputy I Get Acquainted leSa
1 satisfactory and we appreciate the I II sheriff bond of B. B. Butler in the suf Ir.1 :
I I wonderful cooperation we have had of $1,000with Dave G. Alston, J. ;

B. F. Fears Closes Fort I from the local people. In return for I I Alston, and G. A. Heinz as suretiesbe i '
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this we are planning to steadily increase approved. Motion carried. .Motion I /
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Myers service that continue by Stewart, seconded by Delaney that -
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REALIZING THE DEMAND IN CLEWISTON C"LA
FOR A !
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Attention On Clewiston to be a credit to the community. the board adjourn. Motion\ carried._

Business. ',:,' I ." STORE. AND BEING UNABLE TO GIVE THE' PEOPLE OF CLEF
I Comparing the possibilities In Clew- ACTIVITY HERE ,
Marking the steady increase In the I iston with other cities of the state, IMPRESSES MAN FREE ING WE HAVE LEASED THE STORE ADJOINING'THE CLEWIS
volume oC business since he came to j Mr. Fears highly praised the activi- (Continued from page 1)
Clewiston a year ago, B. F.. Fears, ties of the Southern Sugar Companyand ARLAND HIGHWAY.
owner-manager of the F & H Store, said that steady payrolls in Clew- expects to return here before returning DELIVERY
this week completed the moving of Istcm and surrounding territory are = north to see the Clewiston fac-
WE INVITE THE PEOPLE OF CLEWISTON TO VISIT OUR STO
his stock and equipment to larger fast making this territory the indus! tory of the sugar company during the
on the Sugarland highway trial center of the state. I 1930 grinding season. LINE OF
quarters MEATS AND GROCERIES. WE ARE ANXIOUS TO SE
"Mr.\ Dahlberg and the Southern
near Francisco street.In Praises Sugar Company I I
addition to enlarging his stock.I "While other cities are dependent Sugar company" said the Chlcagoan BE PLEASED TO HAVE YOU OFFER ANY SUGGESTIONS TO U
and attractively rearranging the stock, for their trade volume to a large extent "have launched what is undoubtedlyone
display, Mr. Fears had added consi-1 i I on the tourist population Clew- of the moht ambitious programsin
derable additional equipment includ- iston as an industrial center is forging the history of American industryand
ing a Frigidaire electrical refrigeration -I steadily ahead, and this was one a trip through the forty odd milesof .
unit both in the refrigerator at of the prime factors which we considered !- cane fields leaves one thoroughly LOOK AT THIS. GROCERY EP
the rear of the store and in the show in coming to Clewiston. Smoke convinced of the success of the un lRTMENTSATURDAY ,

case in the meat department. II stacks and factory whistles are more dertaking."The IN MOVING INTO OUR NEW HOME Wm :';LJBETTEF

.....,.. ........ Managers NamedD. I cheerful to tho merchant than the I I high type of sugar cane and PEOPLE OF CLEWISTON A LARGER DSmY] OF G
C. Coleman formerly of Fort My- blowing of whistle on a tourist the modern equipment in the mill are PILLSBURY FLOUR '
ers has been named manager of the I I train and while there are great tour- proof conclusive of the success of sug- :, ,i RANGED OUR STORE IN SUCH A MANNER THAT YO

meat department with Ralph Hickey I I|ist possibilities in Clewiston the ac- "ar growing and grinding In South 24'-BS.' J .; ARE PURCHASING. WE CARRL A LARGE LINE OF ;
formerly of the Piggly Wiggly company -I I tivitles of the Southern Sugar company Florida in addition to this, one is immediately -
t. GOODS. IN SELECTION OF
YOUR GROCERIES
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calibreof :
a' impressed with tho SPECIAL
of Fort Myers in charge of the : insuring steady payrolls form : '
grocery department. Mr. Fears will I 1 basis of prosperity unparalelled in any J i i men selected by Mr. Dahlberg for -" '. WE WILL BE GLAD TO ORDER FOR YGLUt WE ,AR

act as general manager of, the store.I other Florida City. I I I his sugar operations. These men are : ; CHOICE BRANDS OF GROCERIES.
In addition to increasing his stock I "Tho management and personnel of experts in their lines, the majority of $1 19 ,:;,., .
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for retail trade the new F & H store the F & H Store will be pleased to'them having spent years in sugar producing s '1':1": ... r.,'/" .' .
will also do a wholesale business, the have the people of Clewiston inspect I I countries before joining the
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manager announced. our new store on Sugarland highway." I I Southern Sugar company. I "'" '

Steady' growth of the business dur- (... ::

ing the past year reflects the busi STEPS IN SUGAR'I GOVERNOR ASKEDTO TAKE PART :' APPLE BUTTER rro. 2 .. ". '. .' .: ';" ;;-' ',. . 14Cli : SOI
in Clewiston and
opportunities
ness I MAKING DEFINED (Continued from Page 1)) :; ;: :'U ){ -I
Mr. Fears commenting on business : : .: :; ; ;: "*
said that there has been a steady up-I I Continued from page 11) SALMON Per Can . .. ; ... .' .. ;., :. 17c -!e. 'X 'l BRE

ward trend and he expects an even tanks where the impurities are removed viously Jacksonville mentioned., where the The tour program will terminate at- ::;A ;.:::iX/'; }).:::; /. <\ : .
greater volume of business during the ;i through an automatic clarifi- is to be announced later, according : PICKLES -uartJar . > :. :: : : : . 35C ; COF
next few months. I, I '. :\: '. ,.," ,! ,;;'' '. ."'.' '
cation system. to Chairman Smalley. '.: !" :':>.:.';' :" : : : t
Years Experience I The lime solution mixed with the "<. :.': .'f';' \ FIGS 40 Ounce Jar . ,. :. '. --."-' :.".:-- . 49C
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Well qualified by experience for raw juices combines with the gums -'... \ ,' ....
the operation of .a grocery and meat and organic matter in the juices and ProgramsParamount .
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in mud- TheatrePalm 25C
business, Mr. Fears operated two ,grocery precipates them the form of : <,:' SO
stores and meat markets in Fort dy sludge, the clear juice being drawn Beach. Florida
- '3Myen for three years before comingto off by decantation while the "muds"are 1 _"--J." _
Clewiston and before that time he pumped through filters to recover Week Beginning January 5, 1930 ; t

had five years experience in the whole the sugar solutions in them. '.' '- '
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sale grocery business. In addition to I The clear hot juices on leaving; the w' :
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his years of experience both in the clarification system are pumped to an CAN YOU .
retail and wholesale grocery busi- evaporating station where they are SUNDAY-'MONDAY :" OUR MEAT DEPARTMENT IN CHARGI! OF D. C. C<

ness the Clewiston merchant had fifteen -I.boiled down to the density of a heavy HELEN Helan Morgan MORGANin BEAT THIS? ,; ,: EXPERIENCED MEAT MAN. ALL MA'' 'Sf&RE( ,KEFEQUEST

year experience as a traveling syrup and then passed to the vacuum : WE ARE ANXIOUS TO SERVE YOU AND ? TF
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salesman for a grocery house. I I pans where they are further boiledto .
His belief that the opportunities of- a heavy mass containing sugar "APPLAUSE"Paramount's NECK BONES ..: MAN OF ANY CUTS YOU MIGHT DESIRE..
New Show World Hit \
fered in Clewiston are such to war- crystals and molasses.
rant his giving all his attention to the 'i This mass of sugar and molasses is .
Clewiston business resulted in Mr. discharged from the graining pans in- TUESDAYWEDNESDAYANN 31bs 2.4c'"f; .
HARDING .
Fears closing out his Fort Myers to vats called crystallizers where it ; ; {.:
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store "and" his decision to devote his is mechanically stirred and cooled Talking Debut : : {f>';1 ". FRESH FLORIDA PIG, PORK{ .
entire time to the"Clewiston store and passed to centrifugal machines : : "
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where the crystals are
Big Opportunities sugar separ- 'y''= .
Commenting on the steady increase ated from the molasses automatically THURSDAYFRIDAYSATURDAYOLIVE LARD 8 pounds ::<.\.{ ; !:;': . . . $1.12 1 RIB
of business during the past year in wished and bagged for shipment. : ; : ':
business here and the move into the In addition to the daily productlos BORDEN ; ..: f };}', ;'." '<. '.... ': _:: ;::j
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new quarters on the Sugarland high- of sugar there will be produced about : PIG FEET <:{f.- : > : .. 25C

way, Mr.\ Fears said: i 30,000 gallons of .'bl ck strap" molas- in"DANCE HALL"A \\i;:\;: ::': "r :>!' )::; };(f; '
"The opportunities in the Clewiston I ses wrich will requir. three large tank finished Bit of Sond andDance Film / PIG EARS Per Pound :: : / : . 25C U
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field have more than come up to our cars for shipment. '1

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now DRAINAGE BOARD HAND- chobee. The Pahokeeans then asked I
eN Opening '
t. LES of the 1930 bn ndingsea-
WEALTH OF DETAIL that their leases which expire in June 'I. I
Anjday son with ,
a 4,000 ton a day sugar cane
1 be extenled until such time as they I mill, at Clewiston this
Continued year marks
( from
": page 1)) are able to farm. Commissioner Nathan -
role another big in
step the progress made
I I Mayo promised to take the matter
tior : such inspection several by the Southern Sugar company since
} times a week I'
JSt.irday 'JanuaryF 4th up at the next meeting
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he 1 could be procured for slightly more I. board. ti1e.advent of the B. G. Dahlberg interests -

I i. than $100 per week. It is believed Funds to the extent of approximately i In the northern Everglades.
that the action on this matter may betaken Acting on the reports of internationally -
I $1,000 will be appropriated by the
I known soil
5 at the next meeting of the experts and sugar
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FOR board. Under his plan the aviator work on the authorities, B. G. Dahlberg, president
TON A [(HIGH (JLASS MEAT MARKET AND GROCERY on Lock No. 3 in the North New River of the Celotex
locationg a fire would circle the nearest i company and the Southern
I Canal, it
was decided
following the ,
E THE I' community and drop a note giving I I Sugar company first removed
PEOPLE OF CLEWISTON OUR BEST IN A SMALL BUILD- motion of Commissioner Ralph A. the drainage
the exact location of the fire. obstacle in the northern

.DJOINIl\IGyT'-IE'[ CLEWISTON FURNITURE COMPANY ON SUGQUICK. I :Members of the drainage board Horton morning of Fort Lauderdale.The session of. the Florida ,Everglades and planted a test plot
ioi several
hundred
agreed, I acres to
following a motion by D. Gra- sugarcane
Flood control board was featuredby .
I j ham Copeland of Everglades City that the discussion i Acreage yields and sucrose or
of the possibilityof
they will attend the March meeting sugar content were highly gratifying
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SERVICE
transferring the
supervision of
prepared to and the Chicago sugar baron startedin
TO outline n definite policy
ON VISIT, OUR STORE AND INSPECT FOR YOURSELF OUR I for the board to follow. Abandoning maintenance of the St. Lucie Canal earnest the business of growing and
and the three mile CaloosahatcheeCanal
E ARE ANXIOUS TO SERVE YOU IN EVERY WAY AND SHALL '.;'of monthly meetings in favor of bl'monthly from the Everglades Drainage until grinding today sugar the cane Southern in this section,
meetings Is Sugar company -
J one of the matters Board to the
Florida Flood
control '
NY SUGGESTIONS TO US TO MAKE OUR STORE YOUR STORE i Financial to be considered.statement of the condition -I board which it was estimated would i mile area operations, from Moore extend Haven over to the Canal 5fti

of effect an annual saving of some $25- Point and the few hundred
the drainage board read by 'acre cane
000 for
1 Fred Elliott engineer, showel a deficit the drainage board. Action test plot has grown into 12,000 acres
was deferred
pending more definiteIndication of mature cane while
of $53,974.83 but with $100,000 an ambitious
recently borrowed there of action on Flood control planting program is being steadily
is a surplusI .
SROCERYJEPfRTMENTIOME SATURDAY ONLY approximately $46,000. activity in Washington. Flood control I pursued.

; W k gBETTER' PREPARED TO GIVE THE I Among the detail handled at thoafternoon board also members ratified at an the"morning agreement made session \ .

.RGER IIS. t ;y OF GROCERIES. WE HAVE AR.AMANNEk'aTHATYOU'CANSEEEVERYITEMYOU- 5 ,lof a contract session to the was Arundel the approval l by a sub committee with the Jacksonville FLOOD CONTROL CROUP DISCUSS

{[ i tion to clean out the corpora-I engineering firm of Hills Young- (Continued from Page 1) -
berg and Luce to contract to compile I .
L A LARGE'LINE Hillsborough Canal. The
OF NATIONALLY ADVERTISED : POUNDS I cost and present to Washington pertinent ,
approximately three that the flood control board would :
UR GROCERIES IF YOU HAVE A SPECIAL BRAND I' thousand dollars data on flood control work in thee Ev I
take
per month and the motion for th over such work as was feasible.

IT FOR Y&Ut WE' ARE PLEASED TO KEEP YOUR SUGAR I I contract made by Copeland set a max! .erglades. Fred Elliot, Everglades drainage

ES. i: ." mum employment time limit of two engineer 'answering a question by

.'.t .., .-. r '. ...., ...'.. and ,a half months.A STAGE I SET WilHam Griffis Flood control board -..-

; ;.!.,...: .' .. ....' 2c delegation from FOR OPENING member of Okeechobee said that comparatively -
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:ri >'. '. ," '""" .- by mayor W. J. Larrimore, G. Johnson (Continued from page 1)) little repair work is needed __ ,

:J'' 1.; Jf and C. Salvatore stated that Pa except in the Caloohahatchee canal -
t.. { ; : hokee of W. C. Hanson, manager of the but estimated that the annual
.{ ..,. .;. residents had leased some 1- I
..:..:.. 1: ,. :" :';:" ..:: .'.'. ".' 600 acres of lake bottom I Clewiston division were completinglast j saving to the drainage board by the
I4C ." SOUPS Campbell's, All Kinds .r."ig: .: . IQC the Internal Improvement land from minute preparations for the harvesting 'transfer as suggested would approximate -
al I : board but
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tic .vv !fl'6' BREAD 3LoavesCORNFLAKES . . .. '... .l.;,.. .'.,. .. ." ."...,;/ .. .. 25C ,," _' Is lowered at least six inches. They: i cane, and railroad facilities for getting I H. Snow of Fort Lauderdale
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$ St.
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# Lucie
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35!5C '.1 ':."'' .- 3For-' ;. ., ,'. .\. ." '. .: .,:'.'.":."' .?. '. 25C of the lake level necessary but the move lowering I| R. Y. Patterson, director of trans ment of action until more definite re-

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gc SOAP< Palmolive, 3 Bars for : i.'. '< ,: ;" : ';I-" . I9C.< ley of Clewiston stated that eards-I Included in the transportation equipment are known and this view, was
'.'0:' ,. :: .: :f. ::::: :. \ ; the lake would materially I are more than 300 railroad cane approved by other members of both

!5C SOAP P. & G. 3 Bars for . '::;: }: ;:'::';: .: ':' ...12C' '. '. > 0 crops. on the southern shore of damage Okee- i i cars gasoline, three driven steam locomotive locomotives, hundredsof and one boards.Employment of the engineering.

J Athey truss wheel cane wagons, In form of Hill Youngberg and Luce of

= :: .: ..:. .::: =.: addition to several hundred Caterpillar Jacksonville
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I tractors. sub committee was ratified by the
EAT DEP TMENT' I Sugar cane cut in the fields is loaded flood control board The Jacksonville
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in the cane wagons which are engineering firm is to compile data

CHABGl SATURDAY ONLY DR. J. C. pulled in trains of from six to eight for presentation at Washington.
IN! OF D. C. COLEMAN OR FORT MYERS, NOWLINGHopkins
\ oJ SPECIAL by a tractor to the railroad loading Terms of the employment contract
ALL M.ZA S&RE KEPT UNDER COLD STORAGE. Building, station where the cane Is transferred were not given.

'OU. AI IIi> REQUEST: THAT YOU INFORM MR. COLE- BUTTER CLEWISTON, FLORIDA mechanically to the railroad cane car It was also decided that the board

T DESIRE.: } PURE CREMERY the loading device automatically will be represented at all sessions in .I

... .. .. weighting each load. the event that Congressman Frank
.1 PER POUND The railroad cars are then hauledby ,I Reid, chairman of the Flood Control
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: mill where the cane Is automatically although a,wire read at this morn. _
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PIG PORK ROAST . 25C :: ;:. on a moving conveyor into the mII. I has yet been taken in Washington -
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: I J. W. EZELLE The cane is removed from the
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'. "' road cars by tilting the entire
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I STEW .".,1..1.1.. ......." .' .. 18C cane of FOUR MILLION IS

: :, '; :' > j ::{" i. :: .., : X-RAY LABORATORY car swinging outward, releasing the ASKED TO IMPROVE
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ic i iT HAMBURGER Per Pound I :r..:. : ,.,, ;. Hopkins (Continued from page 1))
: .' : : i';::.< '<> 18C Bldg.Clewiston. capacity a car of cane will be unloaded .

i .. through this system every six j 000 is carried in the bill, and
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1 i' PURE PORK SAUSAGE . ,, (:;:;-. i'Y;>. 25C minutes. The average weight of a carload from Pensacola Bay to Mobile

; :.', ,.;'\. E :: : : : : of cane is approximately 20 Alabama, which contemplates an expenditure -
ip : : :: = tons.

) PURE PORK SMOKED SAUSAGE ,': ::'Y:';' .35C. '.;. ,, : :: of $600,000.

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I By Tj1Way; Have You Heard? I about even with the porch we put out I I shrubs and trees set we put a hand-- I

two crape myrtles. Near the cornerof ful of steamed bone.

II the west side of the front ;yeard we I Next spring or summer when the

Bringing to a close the round of r holidays: with his family in New York'I II put out a palm of the variety Cocos grass starts to growing we are goingto ------------ 4

holiday social activities in Clewiston, I City.A. austratis. set the entire front yard to Centi- i

the New Year's Eve dance sponsoredby On the cast edge of the yard about pede grass for a green lawn. I believe 1

the American Legion and held at L. Webro of,Merion, Pa., has ar even with the porch we put out an that we shall then have one of the

the Clewiston Inn attracted a large rived in tho 'city to witness the open oleander to provide abundant flowers prettiest yards In the community If

crowd of visitors from near by communities ing of the grinding season at the Southern ,during the summer. In rear of this not In the state. NEWLYWEDS ALWAYS MAKE I IOUR

I and a I'ecord.attendance. of I Sugar company mill. He was accompanied we put out our rose garden. The varieties .-

Clewiston people. I by W. T. Abercrombie, Jr., I we used were Radiance, Mrs. HOTEL THEIR tfA I
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Music was furnished by the, Sha- of Beverly, N. J. Charles Bell, Killaruey, White Pcrledps 666 I ( w

wano 'orchestra from Brown's farm I Jardins, Marie Van Houtte, and

and bright colored favors, confetti and S. D. Eldretlge! of Eldredge & Co a- Safrano. I !is a Prescription for I 1itvIL

horns added to a general atmosphereof pany, New York City, was a visitor at On the site of the rose garden and : I .
gaiety as the dancers watchel the the Southern Sugar company mill before we planted it, ViC put a wagon : COLDS, GRIPPE, FLU, DENGUE right start in life with proper cooked fof

old year out and the new year in. Tuesday. Ho was accompanied by :Mr. load of well rotted stable manure and BILIOUS FEVER and MALARIA.It .

Among the throng of dancers who and Mrs. H. R. Anderson, Mrs. E. G. spaded it in. Around each of the Is the most speedy remedy known. Keeps the family in good humor ..

crowded the floor were Mr. and Mrs. Bishop, Mr. G. E. Mitchell\ and Mr. H.

Charles A. Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. William H. Hart, all of Coral Gables.R. I .:..:..:.:..:-:-:..:..:-:-:..:..:..:e.:'O.:-:..:...:-:..:..: :-:..:'O.--:-:-:...to.'O.: : : : .:..:..:..:..:-:-:_.:..:-:..:.. ., ,..',. ,
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Cecil Owen, Mr. What more could a couple desire in ;
young ?! ,
Chenet, Mr. and Mrs. Dick C. Miller, W. Richardson of Milwaukee\ :. PHONE 332 :.ia.: :' }, ,

Mr. and Mrs.: T. V. Watson, Mrs. G. Wis., is registered at the Clewiston < starting off life? '. o
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M. Houze, Mr. and Mrs W G. Ames, Inn. I t; ;.

Leonard Ames, Katherine Ames, Bee _

Marshall, Evelyn Kelly, Barney P. I .Mr. and Mrs J. G. Allhands entertained I' Any length Oak and Pine .: I ,. "." '

Moran, Mr. and Mrs. James L. Beards- Mr. and Mrs. D. T."Farrow and "DON'T PUT YOUR WIFE IN THE KITCHI.I....: .5" .

ley, Mr. and Mrs.\ Tom Smith, Marshall two children, Mr. Roy Farro wand Mr. .. Deli.d .

Yenowine, Mr. Plunkett. Mr. and Gus Hamann, :all:! of Peoria, Illinois, ., .,. j EN BUT DINE AT THE WATANABE AND ; .

Mrs. Dave Alston, Mr. and Mrs. W. at..dinner at the Clewiston Inn, Monday \ t :---." ';.
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C. Hanson, Tom and Emmett Shelley, evening.Ed FOR A PET.. ; ,
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Miss :Mary Gant and Brodis Gant of '
Moore Haven, C.; S. Ramsey, Doug Ayers, of the Palmer Farms Cor .:..:-: .:..:..:-.:-:...:-:_.:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:-:-.:..:_.:'O.:_:_:..:..:..:_:..:..:..:..:..:'O.:..:..:_:_:..:..:_:..:..:..:..:-:_.:..:'O.:_:.:_:'O ; r... .. '
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Douglas, H. E.: Fridge, Charles Miner, poration, Sarasota, was a business J
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Mrs. Roy Dunaway, J. T. Chapman, visitor in Clewiston Monday

Wm. Chalker, Mrs. W. C. Hooker, I Official A. C. L. Railroad watch inspector THE WATANABE HOTEL ;.

Boncile Stone, Casey Jones, and Mr. I ".
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and Mrs. Claude Downs. M. lD. BOGGS MRS. CLAUDE DOWNS: Manager .

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Honoring Miss Katherine Ames, ,, T -.y'. JEWELER ; I : : : .
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Th holidays, didn't mean much rest ,
spent the. holidays; with her parents for me, since Mrs. Johnson had set Expert Watch, Clock & Jewelry Repairs .: '.. II
here, Mr. and Mrs. :F. Williamson .
her heal on fixing up the :yard during :::, 1
entertained at dinner at their home t ..
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that time. Now that it is over, how- Clewiston, Florida Hays B'ld'g.ELECTRIC '' '
Arcade avenue. '
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I ever, I am kinder glad she did for the : ....
Guests were Mr. and Mrs. MalcolmW. .... ,:
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place looks better already.She \01'
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had written to the horticulturist ...... .
Mrs. Tom Smith, Mr. and Mrs..Frank ......... .. .... .... ;
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Wright and Francis, Jr., Miss Katherine Y ::
Gainesville a few dais before and had )
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Ames, Leonard Ames, Mr'and
: his suggestions! there to guide us in I PHONE 1 J 105 f:
Mrs. W. G. Ames, and, Mr. and Mrs. the work. J WORK. THAT PAYS BIG DIVIDENDS IN \ I .

R. Y. Patterson, and their two sons,
First of all'we put out a hedge of SAFETY AND COMFORT PARTY SERVATIONS"j .}
Bobbie and Dickie. FOR DINNER R I ,
r.wax privet around the edge of the '. !

Miss Katherine Ames left early 1 front yard since the front yard was : "Don't Strike.a Match\ -Press a Button." OR'': ::.!.t:. .
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one table of bridge at her home Mon-, put out plants of cuphea, which is avery Fla. Phone Conn. FISHING OR RHUNTING PARTIES. .}f:, _

day evening. Guests wer Mrs\ WilsonS. pretty plant for such a place. . .
,I We had ,bought this from the nursery. ,....",. -....... '
Harvel, Mrs.\ Earl Merchant and -. -=a

Mrs\ Louis A. Morgan, Jr. At the end of the front porch we c.. . c c c c 'c'c' c c. ; . THE CLEWISTON INN.
set out a bignonia vine and also a .
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: wisteria. Our house is a large frame .
MrM and Mrs. F. L Williamson I CLEWISTON
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made a business trip to Fort Myers. one with a big brick chimney at one 4 PUP .MILK "In The Center of America's.NcuJ. Sugar Bowl"! .'''j '
end. This chimney looked rather 1 fv
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and Leonard Ames in fig which the horticulturist had called You a;
spent Tuesday 1 1 are always safe, when you buy : '.'
West Palm Beach. Ficus repens.Around .

,the ends and' side of the '- -- .
: OUR PURE GUERNSEY MILK -

Mrs. Carl Berner entertained the porch and base of the house we set I II I r '

the members of the Junior Bridge ligustiums, pittosporums, and some I I Clewistonites realize this, therefore, we have i t

__ Club at her home Wednesday after-' plumbago, azaleas, and hibiscus.For I
been forced to purchase additional cows to
noon. Two tables of bridge were ar- shade trees we used orange : c
ft10RE SUGAR FROM, THE E.VERGLADES
ranged, Mrs. Barney Thomas holding and pecans, since both of these trees : supply the demand. ;

_high score. After the games, a' deli- provide shade and fruit. We plantedan i '. : ::'.< :.;,) .-

1"+ Ci tls..aJ ._COIII'9 was served by the orange tree on each side of and ;<:, .';
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hostess. ..__, ._ ,_ well back from the walk in the front I CLEWISTON DAIRY COMP \ 11 .
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The guests present were Mrs. J. G. yard, and two pecan trees in the back. After ,.'\.1, ;.;,
Allhands, Mrs. Earl C. Merchant, Mrs. I yard. I I 1 almost a solid year of construction, : tdurmg t/. :;:' '

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Elbert L. Stewart, Fred Puryear, I : t :: : c al 1,500 ton a day capacity mill the ':" j 1
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Douglas Puryear and Mrs Nancy Pur JC\! : : : ; :,. t't
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Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Edson returned =1 START THE NEW YEAR KIGHlBY / ; : \ al United States. Clewiston is about to ship';.r";. ::1


to Clewiston this week aftera .' Everglades grown and ground sugar to the refineries. ,,' < .; !
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Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Smith and their i FACT THAT INTEREST-BEARING ACCOUNTS I

family are now occupying their new
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50 CENTS PER WEEK IN '. '; ments while stady has failed E'
and Mrs. W. L. Marfield and rb "' to keep pace with '

daughter, Jane, have moved into their "" : ", : ".:, ,; ':: the rapid expansion of the
new home on Royal Palm, avenue. : : sugar company activities -

I 1 '. MAIL COUPON NOW resulting Ina golden for ,. .,
Mr. and Mrs. C. "r. McDonald entertained ,. : : opportunity t-
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America spent several days this ;. __. ; <' ":,' "obligation to me, please send me full For Details Write to '

week in Clewiston where he made a :' ,. information.
thorough survey of the sugar mill and .
sugar cane activities of the Southern Name ................................................_..........

Sugar company in this section. Address ........................................................ CLEWISTON CHAMBER OF
COMMERCE

Mr. and Mrs. RIdelsheimer of West .

Palm Beach were business visitors in Clewiston Florida

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the Cuilo Gilchrist Romero Company's, who is looking installation after ,, : THE CLEWISTON HOME BUILDING ASSN- ,,,..'l ., -.' '. 'IN THE CENTER OF AMERICA'S NEW ... ,1

at the Southern Sugar Co. mill, spent Clewiston Phone 101 ., Florida SUGAR BOWL" :.
the Christmas holidays at his homeIs ,

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