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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 10, 1930
Publication Date: 1928-
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (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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\ ;k A-NO. 3 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA FRIDAY JANUARY 10, 1930. PRICE 5 CENTS





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. I IS STARTED ONSECOhIDSEASON

1 f Water Tower Gets GLADES STORY Mill Opening Told I COUNTY SOLONS

FORTY PLANES New Coat Of PaintIn By Associated Press


TO lAND HEREAFTER 'accordance with the beautifi- OF SUGAR TOLD i I Opening of the 4,000 ton a day I PRAISE SUGAR _

,; cation program in Clewiston, the : Clewiston factory of the Southern 190 Loaded Railroa d

I water tower in Civic Center park Sugar. company here Monday was

LUNCH this week was given a coat of aluminum IN MAGAZINE I', carried on the first :page of virtually ACTIVITY HERE Cane CarsGrinding In Yards As

paint. The tower was formerly j every morning paper in the state art s In

painted black and officials of I Tuesday morning in an Associated .,000o s A Day Mill>< 1

Clewiston Will i Be Sec- the Clewiston company ordered the I Illustrated Story Of Sugar ,i' Press story. Officials At MeetingCongratulate

new color as it is more in keep- Bowl In Review I I The eyes of the state have been B. G. A Gargantuan infant in Florida'snew
ond On
Stopping Place I ing with the beauty of the park. I, I II toward the northern Evergladessince sugar industry began its second .

First Day Of Tour Next I Beautification work has been I Of Reviews.Editor's I ,' the opening of' the '130 grind Dahlberg. annual meal ast Monday morning! at

I pushed continually here by the ing season and more than 100 visitors six o'clock, when the machinery in
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Thursday. Note: This is the first An official vote of appreciation for
Clewiston company and more than a day are making the trip to. the largest cane sugar factory in the
installment of article written by the work done
100 trees are being set out every an I Clewiston from both the east and in Hendry county by continental United States was startedby
{l ; = This community in Florida's sugar John Temple Graves, II, which ap- f B. G. Dahlborg and his associates in I
month. of the west coasts to the
Landscaping grounds sea: largest cane i Southern Sugar company officialsat
IL r- belt will be the second stopping placeon I I in the number of I the Southern
pearcd January { Sugar ,
at the sugar mill is also part of sugar mill in the continental company re-om-I the 1,000 ton a day Clewiston fac-
the first day of the all-Florida 'J The Review Reviews.. Mr. Graves
i ployment of H. A. Rider as attorneyfor
the United States. .
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program. i I tory. With the cane pit full and a. )
aerial tour which leaves Miami immediately spent several days in Clewiston I the board of commissioners and
railroad car of cane tilted
ton
thirty
after the air meet on !J I gathering material ,for' his article transferring $13,500 in county funds

Z 2 Thursday January 16, it was announced the industry in this I to the Clewiston over the pit, and with the background
on sugar sec I bank because of the I
here BOY SCOUT TROOPORGANIZATION GRAVELY EFFORTSFAIL () of 190 loaded cars of cane in the company
today following receipt tion. sound collateral offered, featured the I
railroad yards adjoining the factory -
't tI- of word from Bob C. Smalley, St Petersburg I
regular meeting of the Hendry County -
the 1930 grinding season was
IN PLAN TO' ,
IS ,
tour that of '
pilots
manager commissioners held
BY JOHN TEMPLE GRAVES II/ in the courthouse officially started on what is expectedwill
more than 30 planes after lunching at [ in La Belle Tuesday.

West Palm Beach will arrive at Clew I' PERFECTED/ | HERE. Emperors are things i oC- the past. I STOP DISBAR mNT The vote of confidence and appre- Smooth be at operation least a 100 marked days season.the first
iston between
2:30 and three o'clock still and ciation for the
But there are empires em- Southern Sugar company -
few days activity: and the first ship
Thursday afternooon. pire builders. The stories of their' is contained in an advertisement -

jll; \ It was originally proposed that the Week-End Hike Sche- :! conquest and command are the most Fort Myers Judge Gives I in this paper and reads as follows crop ment will of the roll 1930 to ,the Everglades Savannah sugar, Ga.,

aerial tourists would lunch at Clew- duled In Plans For moving chapters in America's present Attorney Ten Days : refineries tomorrow when, a train of
iston, but this plan has been alteredto
day economic history. "At the beginning of the 1930 grinding carloads of will be
twenty raw sugar
To Answer
Near
make: it possible for them to stop Future. Charge.Louis .
D I One story worth a whole chapter season of the Southern Sugar company shipped.

: at Palm Beach without retracing their j I for itself is that of the empire which I II I mill at Clewiston, Hendry county belt the 50 mile
Florida's ,
route. I Approving the plan of Frank Coth- i O. Gravely, Hendry county sugar
: j the Southern Sugar company is build !! is now known as the nation's sug-
Exercises i eran for the organization of a Boy representative in. the legislature! yesterday stretch from Moore Haven to the St.
at the municipal airportfor ing in the Everglades of Florida to- I I ar bowl. We wish to extend to Mr.
the Scout troop in Clewiston, eligible lost an attempt to halt disbar- Lucie Canal beyond Canal Point, during .
visiting fliers will be simple I I' day and of the empire builders who '' B. G. Dahlberg and his associates our week has been verb
the past ; a
and brief and residents of the community youngsters meeting in the auditoriumof men proceedings against him when vote
of
"came confidence
and What
saw conquered. and
appreciation
ofworkers
will be asked to have auto- the Clewiston school discussed I I Judge George Whitehurst of the table bee hive of industry. Armies
for
/ they came upon was a 4,000,000 acre what he is doing for our county : pushed ,the cane harvesting;
mobiles on hand to transport any of plans for the troop and ordered the circuit court gave him ten days In and state ?
wilderness of saw grass. What they Hendry 'county is honoredin tractors loads of
the aerial tourists to the 4,000 ton a Scout manual to help them in preparing which to answer six of the nine charges hauling long wagon
saw in their mind's eyes was the future having you as its citizen and tax cane to railroad loading stations, lum-
day sugar mill of the Southern Sugar I for their tenderfoot test ,to beheld presented in a motion by State's
payer. We take
"Sugar bowl America this
of an opportunity to and
bered the rich black muck
i'I over
company which is in in the near future. Attorney Guy M. SJrayhorn. The oth-
now operation.
area which the touch of human science assure, you that we stand ready.to locomotives seemingly
After firing over miles of sugarcane Scout executive A. O. Kight of Fort 6fc,.:. three counts, all dealing, -withGravely's company pulling ".
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0' serve and
energy and organization could extend to you our fullest endless trains of cane puffed back ,
:F fields on their flight from West Myerswill be asked to address the alleged conduct in a biga- cooperation ;
such in
turn
to ultimate productivity as any way that we might and forth from the loading stations
Plm Beach, it is believed that many (Please turn to page 8)) my case in which he was involved as serve I ,
l
the you.
soils, of the eart had never be- to the mill railroad yards insuring an
r (Please turn to defendant, were dropped when the j
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fore offered. What they had to con- Re-appointment of Herbert A. Rider unbroken blanket of cane; passing
8)n Group Insurance conquer primarily, was drainage (Please turn to page 8)) as attorney for the ]board ,i
a proceeded through t the IS roller mills during the

j f Minnesota Man 0 Benefit Is Paid problem on which ,millions of dollars smoothly although it was expected II next three months. "

'. I Visit Impressed nWorker's had already been spent without suc- CLEWISTON! BANK that there would be strenuous objection I I j While the activities in the sugar '

J Death cess and to which the to his appointment., .
hydrauliv genius The only belt since the opening of the grinding J.
f ,With Future Here I !
I of many men had surrendered. !' DEPOSITS dissenting vote was that of Commissioner [ season have constituted one of the 0 r

Payment of the first death claim The Scene of Empire I TOTAL Delaney. !' most impressive spectacles in the

Following a comprehensive inspection J Ito an employee's beneficiary since After it '.
Never was the'!
did empire builders explained that
come history of Florida, the key: to the success ;
'
1 tour of the Southern Sugar com- I the inauguration of group insuranceof upon a scene which met the eye with : Ov$150,000iBank i (Please turn to page 8)) I which has rewarded the efforts ,
pany properties in th enorthern Ever- its employees by the Southern
Sugar less '
outward
promise of empire. The of B. G. Dahlberg and his associates
glades, A. J. Robinson, manager of company was made this week I I
following i
legend that
makes the Florida Everglades !In the Southern Sugar company was

I the Schermerhorn Farms of Mehno- the death several weeks ago in popular picture a mysteri-: Statement Shows I' Chute Jump Off clearly{ : indicated in the thoroughness '
,.1 men, Minn., said that in industry of ;
; the sugar Sidney F. Adams who was em- '(
ous and romantic land Institution
0' of tropical In Fine of the system'by which the sugar operations -
in the northern Evergladeslies ployed by the Southern Sugar company jungle, deep in swamp, shade, and a'i' Condition.Report Money To Be Held in Florida are being conduct-

the true industrial possibilities as a carpenter. The payment confusion of vegetation, is supplied For Next Jumper.Because I ed. ',
of the state. made was $1,00 as Mr. Adams had :"
by the fact that almost the entire On every railroad car arriving at
"No winter visitor in Florida'to been in of the condition of the First
., the employment, of the Sugar area Is over grown with an uniform the ropes in his paracutewere I the mill Is a card on which is written -
realize the full Bank of Clewiston at the close of
industrial possibilitiesof company for more than a year. "saw grass" six to ten feet tall, fouled when he was preparing I II 1 the variety of cane in the car,

the state should fail to make 'a trip Payment was made to Mrs. Allie tough, brown colored, utterly uniter- business on December 31 showed the I I to jump, Daredevil Kennedy, billed the weight of the cane, the field from a

c through the sugar factory at Clewis- Luning of Tallahassee, widow of the esting. The land of the legend is not j local institution to be in excellent. i as the Southern Daredevil postponed | which the cane was harvested and i
ton or the forty odd miles former 1 condition with deposits amounting to
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of C. treasurer.I I
sugar Luning, state j
in the Everglades proper at all but his act which. was scheduled to have the date of cutting. On the arrivalof
) cane fields adjacent to the town." Mrs. more than $150,000. )
Luning was a sister of the Clew- in the cypress swamps in the border taken place at the municipal airport the car at the mill, additions to
iston ..Under the heading of resources the
man. near the sea. The actual Evergladesof last Sunday. f this data on. the card are made by

AT THE CHURCH Each member of the Southern Sugar saw grass has lived its lacklusterlife local bank statement showed 45503. The jump was to have been made I mill operatives, so that at the end of
27 in loans and discounts; $85,000 in I
If. 1.. company forces is presented witha died, rotted and become a partof I from the Curtis Challenger plane of3] the operation, Southern Sugar officials -:
i. "For/the Glory of God" will be the life insurance I U. S. Bonds and $17,100 in all otherbonds I I '
policy, the amount
the peat which is popularly knownas Lymau Deuse, local flier,and though have complete information on
subject for the and school warrants while I
at being increased
morning sermon every year. muck. he took off with the daredevil the latter the entire operation including the full

the Clewiston Community church Mr. Adams who died of intestinal That this land was capable under (Please turn to page 8) refused to jump.Approximately ( laboratory report.

' Sunday morning, it was announced obstruction was in a local hospitalfor certain circumstances of a tremendous $11 was collected by Although this is ,but one of the
today by Rev. W. T. Bailey, pastor.At several weeks before his death. Blate 1 Golf Tourney I
II agricultural productivity, these popular subscription' this is being'held many sytems instituted by those in

the evening service Sunday the The policy was No. 1 in the group 'particular empire builders knew. Nears Final Match by Dick C. Miller who is holding charge of the Florida' industry, 'it Is

sermon topic will be "Agnosticism ver Mr. Adams having received the first Scientists I I _. the I indicative the thoroughness '
i '((1 had long since reported money which will be presented i accepted as of ;

gas Christianity." policy issued. I that Everglades muck soil contains I I Seven contestants have survivedpaeln.tns to the next person to jump with a with which the sugar ope-

four elements of extraordinary valuein parachute here. Arrangements are rations in this section are being con-
SAUlt sjutrjsajuoo mSja J
ft v FATHERS NIGHT IS PLANNED I Ij' the growth of vegetation. These the elimination rounds In the Blate now being made to have the para- ducted.

: elements are organic matter, lime, nitrogen Brothers golf tournament being chute jump In the near future. I (Please, turn to page 8))

and phosphoric acid. In all four played on the five hole Civic Center

/ ;: BY CLEWISTON P. T. A. GROUP | of them the muck is rich to the pointof park course it was announced yest- 1
> STATE LEGION OFFICIAL WILL BE
r' : : -- I excess. It lacks however potash terday by Victor Blate who announced

and copper sulphate. But treated the matches to be played during the

; ,, Plans fora "Father's Night meeting planning a meeting of exceptional in- chemically for these two elements in coming week. I PRESENT AT LOCAL INSTALLATION

of the Clewiston Parent Teacher terest. which it is lacking, it becomes about Roy Trublood with a total score of

association to be held in the "Men of the community should be the finest --
auditorium growing soil in the world. S4 will play Miss Boncile Stone I

i. ; ,, of the Clewiston school at eight equally interested in the work of improving And particularly for sugar cane.,I whose total is 93. She will be given H. N Fairchild, vice commander of : The installation ceremonies will be

.. ".;;.-o'clock on Friday evening, January-17, educational facilities in Clew- That had been discovered and attested a 7 stroke handicap. The winner of the Southeast Florida district assisted started with a banquet after which

iston and It Is with this thought in years ago when the famous Dr. this match will play Dave, Alston, I by Post commander and adjutants. held.
will be
o were announced here yesterday by the induction into office
mind that the Parent Teacher association Harvey W. Wiley was in the United who eliminated Roy L. Simpson by from West Palm Beach and communities -
Mrs R. Y. Patterson, president of the ( Officers in the Clewiston post of
F' local has decided to have a "Fath' States Bureau of Chemistry "In Southern one stroke.. of the Everglades will officiate at .

': organization. ers Night" when the men of Clewte- Florida" Dr. Wiley had reported Leland Crews will have a handicapof the installation of new officers in the the legion for the coming year are
The purpose of the mooting, It was '
ton will,have a n opportunity of learn "where the canes continue to 10 strokes when he meets J. A. Clewiston Post of the American Legion Captain F. Deane Duff, commander:
Bald, will be to acquaint the of
men ing what has already been accomplished grow throughout the winter without Plunkett and Dr. J, R. Ezelle will following a banquet at the Clew- William Cecil Owen, vice commander;'

'Clewiston with the activities of the and what is planned for the being frost-bitten, they attain have a 10 stroke handicap when he iston Inn next Tuesday night. Dick C. Miller, adjutant; James E.
,, local P. T. A, and to enlUt their are-I
support future. We believe that every man In markablo degree of sweetness. meets Mrs. W. C. Hooker. Assisting' Commander Fairchild of.. Declrdsleypost historian; Sims R.

In the work of the organization. :. the community with the interest of received on November 11 contained I' The winner of the TrUblood-Stone Fort Lauderdale will be Commander Connell, chaplain and ,Barney Thomas!

y f There will be no long speeches, Mrs the school at heart will be present at 13.5 per' cent of sucrose while the match will play Dave Alston and tho George Carr and Adjutant Guy Pow- and Ed Butler sergeants-at-arms.

Patterson explained but there will+ be the meeting," said Mrs. Patterson. canes received from the same localityon winner of the Plukott-Crews match ers of the West Palm Beach Post Activities of the local post ,during

. a few short talks dealing with the The Parent Teacher association of March 31 contained 20.9 per cent will play the winner of the Ezelle- Commander William J. Buck and Adjutant I the past year will be reviewed at the

,' x." work of the Parent Teacher assocta.1 Clewiston has been exceptionally ao- of sucrose. Hooker match. I Joe White' of the Belle Glade meeting and it is believed that,plans

i.. tion. Mrs. N. C. Storey will be In. tive during the past six months .and The purity of tho juice received on Winners in this week's 'round will post and Commander Carmen Salvatore I may be discussed for sponsoring a
charge of the
: w program and although among their accomplishments was November: 21 is 79 per cent while that play the subsequent. round before and his adjutant from the recently -I drum and bugle corps in the: Clqwis-,

.; complete details have not yet boon having the local school placed on the of the juice received on :March 31 Is next Wednesday so...that the finals formed Pnhokee post of theTA ton Boy Soonf troop whi<:h is' now be-

worked out, P. T. A. officials are state accredited list. (Please turn to pane:: 'd) mov he held :Jqmon n? !nnssible. 'nn.' 'nsr or l1l7.N1. ,

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i I The Clewiston News ket, his financial reward was rapid. His case is unique in that, instead of I ('1"'.
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I ij. Successor to The Clewiston Progress distributing his fortune himself by will, he left that trust to three distin- .

J Entered as second-class matter February 8, 1928, at the post office at guished fellow citizens, depending upon their good sense and practical wisdom i

Clewiston, Fla., under the Act of March 3, 1879. '
I! to see that it was placed where it would do most good.-Tampa Tribune. CROW BROTH

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: TOM SMITH .................................,.,...............................,........... Editor KLIPS AND CRACKS '
CONTRACTOR\ ;: ,

Subscription Rates By Russel H. Kay .
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mail outside of Florida By mail in Florida Diddle, diddle Dumpling, my son John, Clewiston \ t II
OneBy
$2.CO One year $2.00
year Went to bed with his trousers on, ''
Six months 1.50 Six months 1.00 1'r"
Three months 1.25 Three months j.75 One shoe off and the other shoe on, -

Bootleg liquor and my son John. '.
(I'' NEWS' PLATFORM j ,

'.' 1. Definite control of Lake Okeechobee with water transportation. i

2. Early completion of the higrways for local transportation and concen- And then there was the. sweet old lady that stepped up to the ribbon J)

tration of products. and counter and asked the clerk for a match for an OLD GOLD. And the flap- o CLEWISTON CAFE ,7
I vegetables
3. A substantial downward revision of freight rates on +,1 ,

t of this region to the northern markets.I per told her the cigar counter was two aisles down and one aisle over. .
j other products THE ONLY PLACE OF ITS KIND IN GREATER .'
cooperative marketing association for both, ::
*. The full functioning of a ( '
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CLEWIS TON : 31 I ,
I Ir r buying and selling purposes. And now, i If we could just have a tag-day for the benefit of the poor automobile ''I.I,c.G: .

i OPEN FROM 5 A. M. TO 1 A. M.
FRIDAY, JANUARY10, 1930 owners who have. to buy tags, everything would be jake.

.., I We serve only the best the market affords

THE MILL OPENINGOf
Sister Susie says: the Sales tax proposition f is a bum idea on account of REGULAR DINNERS-SHORT ORDERS
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there not being enough sailors. : '

I paramount. Interest not only. to Clewiston but to the entire state andnation : OYSTERS A SPECIALTY I

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cane sugar factory in the con. i ,
of the largest -
this week is the opening -- '
And if this "bare-leg craze keeups up, first thing we know the girl friend Home Made Pies
: United States at Clewistou.
tinental will be quarantined for having ticks'on her calves.
definitely Placed Florida in the Enjoy Sunday Chicken Dinner At
Although .the grinding season last year your
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nation's sugar producing column, the great strides made by B. G. Dahlberg The decision Cafe-The Home of Cood Coffee.

definitely This BEST business is alright, but still, there are some who Insist that, he
during the past year .
and his associates in the Southern Sugar company ..
I who laughs last is DUMB. i -i
I vividly to the attention of Americans '. : .
insures this position, and brings __ g
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tho vast wealth in the soil of the Everglades. :-.I. ..'. I J
hundreds There was a time when a fellow)] had to have a polish, to':get.'.any where
could have had the foresight to see a
dreamer
\ None but a great -
socially, now all it takes is a little SHINE. :
of thousands of acres of desolate waste as a great sea of waving sugar cane \ ..' HERALD AND UNITED TRUCK LINES ,,

+ dotted with giant sugar mills, and none but a \'erllractfcal: dreamer could ,1
And among the entertaining young ladles of m}.. acquaintance .is the girl '
:,I have made the dream come true. Overnight service from 1 t
I who thinks a haystack is some kind of a needle case. .
[ soil here years before B. G. Dabl- '
IE It is true that the rich black muck was '1 1

i'I' berg set foot in Florida but it is equally true that the productive. possibilities Tampa, Miami and West Palm Beach j "
,. And 'f if you are so sure newspaper advertising don't get results and think
\ Florida.
of the soil were also known years before Dahlberg set foot in To Clewiston.
;, nobody reads the papers, I'll dare you to offer a five pound box of Whitman's -
I i'': What was needed to bring out the true worth of the 'Everglades was not an'I' .
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chocolates or a free carton of Camels to everybody that answers
determination and sufficient resourcefulnessto
::1 explorer but a man with it.I .
your ad. EXPRESS SERVICE AT FREIGHT RATES
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B. G. Dahlberg more
to success.
I: meet and overcome obstaclesiron in the path

;,I.. than., possessed the qualifications. for such an undertaking as shown by his I Ii I I Report of the Condition of -c = = = = : = : --: : : : I

: phenomenal success since his advent in Florida. THE FIRST BANK'OF CLEWISTONat \ BAKERS SERVICE STATION i'\7)i i f
i Clewiston In the State of Floridaat
J. W. EZELLE
i Clewiston and Florida see in the opening of the second grinding season the close of business December 31, D. D. S. 1

I and the starting of machinery in the country's largest cane sugar mill, reali- 1920. (Dentist) Local RepresentativeHERALD i


ration and accomplishment, but to Dahlberg, it is but another milepost in Resources Dollars X.RAY LABORATORY LINES UNITED LINES I ;

Loans and Discounts ............ 45,503.27U. 615.19 Platt St. 391 N. W. 24th Street t:

his industrial march of progress. -"', S. Bonds ................. .......... 85,00000. Hopkins Bldg. TAMPA, FLA. MIAMI, FLA.

; Typical of the man'was his comment at the mill opening ceremonies a County and Municipal .i PHONE 21011

Bonds .. ................................. 22,000.00All Clewiston. Fla' .
year ago, when after being extolled by prominent men of the state and. nation Other Bonds, 1.

School Warrants ....?.......... 17,100.00 :: :: : :
the sugar baron said simply: Banking House, Furniture
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.. graciously accept compliments for having -OTlrt-- Fixture s; ... .. "n .njn...,.01 ,.... .- --- ...
here to '
."We not gathered
are I
Other Real Estate Owned :,: :.. 352:441I : I'1
accomplished something, for we believe t2at what has been done, is not so I I Cash on Hand and Due I -

from Banks ......._.., ...::.... .... 63,909.71 j
much accomplishment showing what can be done in Florida. TOTALLiabilities ...............,.?.......,. 242,807.43
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He also explained that his company had only started and had further plans Dollars
Capital Stock Paid in ......?..? 15,000.00 I

for. 'the future, and this was forcibly brought: out during the ensuing year Surplus FundUndividtd ... ........................ 20000.00 ,
Profits (Less Ex-
,}: when from a 1,500 tons a day unit, the 'Clewiston factory was enlarged to Its penses and Taxes Paid) .... 7,206.24

Deposits ...... ...... ...... '
I per than double its former ........ ..... 157,589.07 i,I 1 I 5
of tons of day or more
present capacity 4,000 cane Bonds Borrowed .........,......,... 42,500.00

,capacity.Nor Cashiers Check outstanding .... 452.12 -Sr Z5& \ V+
TOTAL ......................,..... 242807.12
is the program yet completed, We in Florida are elated over the fact State of Florida, County of Hen. :,_4 I *

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.,/ that in the northern Everglades Is a sugar mill built to grind 4,000 tons of I, Elbert L. Stewart, Cashier of the r

cane per day: but Dahlberg sees and Is working toward the day when his above-named Bank, do solemnly swear : '
that
the above statement is true to :
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Everglades mills will grind some 30,000 tons of cane per day! the bets of my knowledge and belief,
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II and that it is in response to official
That may sound a startling figure but mature deliberation must bring the notice to report by the Comptroller of
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conclusion that it is a very logical goal toward which to work, for expansionof the State Elbeit of Florida.L. Stewart, Cashier. I .) ,{: WINTER MONTHS ARE RADIO MOmS \ ):', '. '

the activities to a point where 30,000 tons of cane will be ground daily CORRECT-ATTEST I :
C. L. Downs '}!
merely means multiplication. The ultra.important fact to be remembered is :. 51bert L. Stewart :' t.f'u

I C. V. Parkinson I. ;
that- it has been definitely proven that sugar cane can be grown and raw Directors.
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sugar ground economically on a commercial scale in Florida. Dahlberg. has j r Subscribed and sworn to before meI J
I I I this 8th day of January, 1930. 'I
very forcibly proven that. i I C. W. McDonald : '
I I Notary Public. THIS IS THE SEASON WHEN YOU WILL ENJOY RECEIVING -" t.!
.So.- while it is true that only a Dahlberg could be planning to scale greater I. _

industrial heights in the Everglade?;, his name will ...go down in Florida I I THE WORLD'S NEWS EVERY EVENING .(

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history as the genius who the true and : I II
saw possibilities of the Everglades, .
I AT HOME OVER ONE OF OUR :
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in overcoming the obstacles gave to the state and nation an almost unlimited :j t ; .: :< .
Is a Prescription for '. '

supply of the world's third most important food commodity-sugar... I I COLDS, GRIPPE, FLU, DENG'.JE. I I :::;;,;:, :i lj ,:, ;: ;; {:

I BILIOUS FEVER and MALARIA ......"..;- ;"" .., .t>.;.- ...." ,...,. ,
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.MILLIONS IN GOOD WORKS N:(., .".,.'-':.:I s.-,' :'.,.":,<".:. i ;i ': ; :; ': : ::,;.. !::i:'I : I (: :: : ::, tJ 1/ '


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A substantial part of the fortune left by Conrad Hubert is to go to Florida's I I ; ,' ; .1 J

I Rollins College, one of'the 10 educational institutions which-are to share the I 1 '; d'ii; r: :< : \; ,


residue of the fund after other specific bequests are paid. The total sum is .'> 'c i\;:;. 'ASK'ABOUT OUR PAYMENT PLANS.. ... r

6',000,000: andRollins College should receive material aid from its share. "' "

The fund has been distributed, by an eminent committee I ': <:L"'L
made Calvin
1 up. of I __., _."H" '5. ,".. "." 'HJ', '"
Coolidge, Alfred E. Smith and Julius Rosenwald. These distinguished h1ivtV '" .,

ENJOY A VISIT Tb- ..." ..- .
Americans have given much time and "
thought to the trust and have endeavored 1

), to carry out, as far as possible, the desires of the philanthropist who THE CLE 1LAUNDRY IS TON .

CLEWISTON BUILDING MATERIAL COMPANY .
donated the money for educational and charitable purposes. Heading the CO.

/I beneficiaries are three hospitals, two in New York one in Chicago, the Boy Here's an invitation to you and .

Scouts and the Girl Scouts, each receiving $500,000. Other Institutions re- your wife. We would'like to have you

visit us and see our modern Snow- .,
membered are the Red Cross, the Y M. C. A., ,the Y. M. II. A., and various '. j
'white In operation. You'll
laundry
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charitable ,. .
organizations --
embracing "
foundling, social service, settlement and realize what an efficient organizationIs I e .

medical work and relief for the blind. serving, you. You will appreciatethe ;;' : .., : : : -
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1 from Russia, a penniless young man, Hubert built up, from such care we washing your ,
clothes In this spotless laundry. '
comparatively small things as pocket flashlights \Is, k
vacuum cleaners, cigar I ar' I,

lighters and electric vibrators, mostly of his own Invention, the large fortune CLEWISTON ,

which enabled. him to make these lavish bequests to good causes. It LAUNDRY inC tI
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was 40 years old that his prosperity began. Up to that time EL PASO AVE.& SAN BONITA ST. I ,:-/ : ,.-, ; : : ;\ ; ) O".r. : .

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}'j, JFn' coast to coast in a comprehensive effort -. NOTICE LAND I January 29, 1930 for the purpose of I PAGE THREE

)LET MAKES to appraise the Company's far OWNERS MEETING I electing one Supervisor of said Drainage 4

which Chevrolet has arranged for District to serve for a term of

I Thl, .5 FOR HEAVY flung dealer organization of the plans Annual landowners' meetln g of three years, and for the transactionof ELECTRIC WORK THAT PAYS BIG DIVIDENDS IN

1930. In the course of these meetings, Clewiston; Drainage District will be such other business as may prop- ,

\\ ;INESS VOLUME I which will continue until the third held in the office of the District in cry come before the meeting. .... ...... SAFETY AND COMFORT.
I f'eek in February, every Chevrola Clewiston, Florida, at 11:00 o'clockA. F. Deane Duff, President, Board of

1JPLU1! 'dealer in the United States will have M. January 29, 1930, for the pur- Supervisors, "Don't Strike a Match-Press a Button"

\ ,:y Officials t Are the opportunity of listening at first pose of electing one Supervisor of said R. Y. Patterson, Secretary Sugar-

hand to the Chevrolet message for Drainage District to serve for a term land Drainage District. CANTRELL ELECTRIC
R'{ ;sed With New COMPANY
( r 1930 and talking with Central Office of three years, and for the transac-
Clewiston Fla.
Vi;. ; ', : ,!ar Reception.IT officials. tion of such other business as may phone Conn.

Gatherings in each city embrace a properly come before the meeting. .... L

N :\ Mich., January 9.-Pol- business show in the afternoon and ..F. Deane Duff, President, Board of

r.. log jhc announcement seven days a banquet in the evening. The after- I Supervisors,
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'' ::tbO 'the improved 1930 Chevrolet noon business meeting is perhaps the R. Y. Patterson, Secretary Clewis-'

Six a. greatly reduced prices, the most nuique and comprehensive ton Drainage District.
DR. J. NOWLING
} Clievro t Motor Company last week undertaken by a large industria orga-

V'V launchedAmanufacluring and sales activities nization. NOTICE OF LANDOWNERS Hopkins Building;, '- .

'c, designed to meet the requirements MEETING ,
These business meetings feature a ; CLEWISTON, FLORIDA
'V of what promises to be another ,
number of playlets graphically depicting \
record year for the public acceptance the successful operation of a ...Annual landowners' meeting of Sug-
of six cylinder automobiles. arland Drainage District will be held
I retail automobile business in its va- NEWLYWEDS ALWAYS MAKE
1"' Factory officials expressed'them- in the office of the District in Clew ..-
: I rious phases. All.parts are played by
selves as highly gratified over the rev iston, Florida, at 10:00 o'clock A. M.
members of Chevrolet
the organiza-
a caption of the new Chevrolet Six at tion. OUR; HOTEL THEIR HOMEA

I the New York National Automobile
To make this business show pos-
Show last week. Thousands of orders
sible more than a carload of drops, I
and hundreds of congratulatory let- Official A. C. L. Railroad watch inspector
curtains and stage fixtures are taken ,
ters from the nationwide Chevrolet to each city. Perhaps $50,000 worth I Ifi1. right start in life with proper cooked food
> dealer organization told something of j
i ofshow equipment is required to stage DUbbO
the success with which the new product I 1.
_? nthe i afternoon performance. A group Keeps the family in. good humor
is meeting across the United
States. I of professional stage hands travel JEWELER

with the party and handle the work .
Meanwhile, so that the thousandsof I
orders already on hand may be taken ', backstage. Expert Watch, Clock & Jewelry Repairs What more could a young couple desire in
F I In order to get the Chevrolet message -
,r fi care of with a minimum of delay, |
the 1C giant Chevrolet plants are I over to the dealer organizationin Clewiston, Florida Hays B'ld'g. ." starting off life?

1-'tj' kY( speeding toward capacity operation as short a space of time as pos ":t.)* >. '

;, with all the haste consistent with I E sible, four groups of officials are conducting II -- --
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methods.Employment at the Chevrolet i Heading the party that will conduct j I I "DON'T PUT YOUR WIFE IN THE KITCHEN I

factories is at the highest January ceetings in the southwest, California,
BUT DINE AT THE
;, level in the history of the Company and the Pacific northwest will be D. WATANABE AND

t/J with many of the plants main- E. Ralston. assistant general sales KEEP HER FOR A PET."

s,' lining two shifts.. manager. The party making the north j

..' At the same time the sales division eastern cities will be In charge of J.

under the direction of II J. Klingler, C. Chick, assistant general sales manager :" '.: You are always safePURE1llLKT when you buy I

vice-president and general sales mana- while the meetings in the southeast I

ger, sounded the formal opening gun will be conducted by M. D. Doug- OUR PURE GUERNSEY MILK THE WATANABE
I HOTEL'MRS.
t of the nationwide sales campaign, las, parts and service manager. R. K. !

q t'fi Wednesday, January S, at a mammoth White, advertising manager, will head Clewistonites> realize this, therefore, we have

- V Chevrolet deaer meeting in New York the group handling meetings :in the been forced to purchase additional cows to CLAUDE DOWNS, Manager. _

._ City. Two thousand dealers from various central section of the country.For I
the demand.
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; .' The New York meeting was the lumber shipments from Tampa, totaled -

':' first of a series of 41 similar gatherings ] 79,000,000 feet as against 69,000- .

-I that will be held this winter from 000 fee for the twelve months of 192S.9tifiaiitininiBiMBiiiiB'iiiBinrBiiiiuiifii If I

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pAcE "FOUR' ,CLEWISTON NEWS. _CLEWISTON.---Ef.OH1DA. FRIDAY, JANUARY '10,'.1930 .
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CLADE$ STORY';,TQLD draulic. engineers reported that it I RURAL COMMON SENSE is the master when it is bad, may be ey from his farming operations. He fact 'that the market pays* very much .

IN..MACAulNE I could be done by the same principlesas i FLORIDA FARMERS SHOULD made into a faithful servant when it has developed the habit of success. better prices for one year 'old stuff. ,

.'" as, those i involved in the dikes of Holland GET INTO THE HABIT is good? Of course a cow will hardly weigh at:

,. :. (Continued, from. .page:. 1). I.I or the levees of the lower Mis- I SUCCESS AND STAY THERE There is a habit of success in SELLING BEEF CATTLEAS much at ono year of age as' at four

.. '. .' 1 i sissipi I fanning, as 'well as in other occupations ONE YEAR OLDS IS years of age, but it is often the .case
91.3 per cent, the richest :cane ever And it was done. A thirty-one mile I Ride along the road In almost any I and a habit of failure. Ever- PROFITABLE TO ONE MAN that the older the animal. gets, the

analyzed by this bureau... .It. is not I I levee was started around the southern state, and you will se farms nnd farm .' body Is almost sure. to experiencesome Sometimes a little change in our lower is the price per pound offeredby ;
I i homes that tell vivid stories without I
'necessary to dwell upon. the fact that shore of the lake. The Sugarlaud 1[ failures. But a few failures do methods of managing farming opera; the market.

:, with 'cane .pi'educed, at ;such a cost, |[r sub-drainage district was formed as I' you ever having to interview the own not make a person a failure. In fact tions enables us to make extra profits.So Since! this man can get as much fora 1

even the island .of, Cuba. could not I ja I quasi-public operation financed Iniitially I ers. Some farms" seem to speak right many failures have been the :very .1 we should be on the lookout for steer when It is one year old as he -

::1 compete with Florida in the production .I by Dahlberg's sugar company out and say 1\Iy owner is making a making of some successful people. !little changes that may mean little or I can when it is three, why should be 1

of sugar. There. is practically no with bonds constituting a tax debt I success of me. He manages me well, Farmers should get in the habit of large savings. Everything we do to I want to loose the extra years? He

other body:of land'in'the ,:world which I I against all property in the district. and I, in turn" repay him for his extra success, and stay there, using their save expenses. if we get good returns, : has feed and pasture bills to pay' during -

presents such remarkable POSSibiU-1 I Unit control was first establishedover I trouble. while other farms seem' failures as foundations on which to means more profit. those two years, and the stee'
to in equally plain language that I
say
ties of development as the some 43,000 acres of the sugar build success. There die it Is (
are lots of cattle in Florida, may so decidedly to the Advantage
their owners or operators are havinga
bordering on the southern shores of company properties by the buildingof As the new year gets under way, and many of them' are being sold as of this cattle raiser to/ sell

JAke Okeechobep.. : surrounding dikes. And they were hard struggle is to make ends down'meet, Florida farmers should give thoughtto beeves. There has been considerabletalk his stuff as one year: olds. .
But before even a beginning couldbe dikes which worked. The water stayedout the old place running andIt the little things and the '
big things recently about Florida farmers In addition to the greater''profitsthe
looks like there Is due to be a
: made there was one problem! which or stayed in as desired. Control I connected with their farming operations selling their young stuff as baby beefor cattle" raiser gets, the consumeris I
stood stark: and unsolved. That was became as fine as faucets and sinksin change. I II I .... f'' '
and take heed that
they may as old stuff
and not keep-
: This same thing is true, perhaps on one year i given a beef: animal that is tender 1
of afford. Soon another"unit"
i the problem of drainage. The lay a bathtub get into the habit of success. This ing cows three four At first
smaller or years. and does not have much waste.
scale, in other walks of life.
added, and another and I "
; the Everglades land is as 'extraordinary was ;
means a careful study of past
experi- this doesn't seem so plausible, but on Wo should investigate this matterof '
Stand on a street corner and watch ,
another until there eightof
as the land itself. For the sort today are ences and practices, and thoughful closer '
the passing throng. Certain peoples inspection, it is found to be a selling young beef, and see i f it :,
in operation, covering sub-
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swamps planning of future
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idea.
pretty good wouldn't
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will whose to our advantage to do
bearing
gines, there would need to be depressions stantial part of the 170,000 acres now pass very stamps I I
recently talked with a farmer I talked
them as successful, while others will recently with a cattle that. Then if we decide to sell our '
owned The 'watertable"
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in which water might collect by company. from
Georgia. Ho had been farming raiser who has been '
be seen whose expression indicates says he selling catle as one year olds, we should '.
elevations from which it mightrun. is held at an uniform depth I ,
and I for 25 years, most of that time cattle
on his
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as olds
that have one year some give them plenty of feed and keep
they not conquered life's
below the surface of the soil by
But there arc no, depressions and i the same farm, cultivating the same time, and that he much
obstacles quite so well. gets* as money him growing from the time they are ,
which draw it out in rainy
no elevations. The whole country is pumps land.
He has lived through the fat from each old he
Habit, habit-many of our personal one year cow as born until they are sold, so they will s
'I perfectly and consistently flat. Eighteen seasons and force it in in dry ones. and the lean
years. And in all those does from three and four old
year put on considerable weight and bring
Ills are blamed on bad habits.! But did .
Within "units" drainage is dis-
to twenty feet above sea level, the years, except two, he has made mon-
that habit : cows. This is due, he says, to the more returns.
it stretches for miles on mile with no tributed by the canals and, subcanalsand it ever occur, to you ; which. '.

natural gravity channels to draw its by "mole drain" plows which ." .; '

waters to the sea or to draw waterto arc pulled though the soil at a depthof

itself. When heavy rains fall uponit three feet below the surface, leaving : '"

as they do in summer, the water a series of small, circular, irriga- ? : : -Ti i.jti + te.feal7dnIp.Me/i. j (\ .. t ; >
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periods of drouth come the land is dry I drains are spaced fifteen ) : ; ; ;;

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':. as dry as dust. This was the that in which the sugar cane rows

: situation \riich ,made water control will run. Ditches three feet deep and ._ ;
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11 i the great agricultural problem of the thirty inches wide are dug transversely I

I Everglades. It was a problem of getting to and intercepting the "mole

'i j water when it was needed and drains." These ditches discharge into

i of getting rid of water when there the lateral canals, and a constant and'

: .' was too much. Long before the advent perfectly distributed flow of water L r/ 1 / Lf y,tr u.

of this sugar development, both out of or into every portion of the I ..,'. )-' ,"}>' .' \
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property resulting when Okeechobee's the vast processes of the Southern .

I, waters were spilled onto the Ever- I Sugar: company which have followed i .-.. ,:..P'. '.. ,r:,

glades flats Aspecial report on the upon the conquest of the drainage

Everglades situation had been madeto I problem. They are processes whose :; }:') C&w'J ': .

Congress as far back as 1S79. Since I end is not yet in sight and will not ; ; vlrefllWetf; ; allU DOUnCeS :
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life and property, nor did they makepossible new methods and machinery, the mustering ::. ; _
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trol necessary for successful of many men, the building of an industrial I .' .: .'. .':.-/:,-: :' .::;-!., : ,: 'i

tural operations in the area. agricul'I''I'II' community after a social and J/ J .' ; J > ..

I With all of its promise, political scheme altogether uniqu/: ', I I ',: '.. Today, Chevrolet presents 'the Greatest;: motor, with its capacity increased to 50 : '
many who were beginning to feel, by I, the moulding of a society In which j jj .

1925. that the problem of the Ever- !j there is the fellowship of ,a common ,' Chevrolet ill Chevrolet History smoother, horsepower; four Delco-Lovejoy ', hydraulic >- :.

glades was too great and too expen- I,, objective and of a common. participaI : V.. faster, better Six-with beautiful new bodies shock absorbers ; fully-enclosed internal >, \} ,'(i '"

sive to be solved as yet and that perhaps I tion in the results ctf/Iabors performed by Fisher. ': .

it would be better to wait for under sunny skitS! upon an incomparably ehpandingveather..proof brakes; a new ;;, .:.

some future day: more in need of theland's generou soil. Sugar in this con- '. '.,,;). :".. Basically it is the dash gasoline gauge; heavier and stronger '. ::),
< same sturdy substantialSix .
tinuing '. "....... '
; mighty potential productionand dream Is not an end in itself rear axle ; Fisher I non i1l are windshield ; 1.: 0 :
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more able to contrive and finance but the '. which won such tremendous popularityin ,
i,i means to many ends. :, ..1 '. I larger tires- )": ,'." "- ....

I I., its proper development. I I .... Five Years Later '.-' '.: "' '.- 1929.: But it is a greater; car in every wayfor : j < :,:.. :,;1
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The Man Who Wouldn't Be Beat It :
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was 1925 that
f the Southern
there of vital : "
are scores imprOYC1'nc1t3thcsc are typical: of the
: many improvements
Bror G. Dahlberg, the organizer.bd Sugar company was organized. To describe ,

head of this group of men, w/jfii) his r what has been done in the five '.( :: which contribute to comfort,. performance. found throughout the entire design ;1

dream of a sugar .fliat 1 would subsequent ;" : endurance and) ..: ,
_emje' I years would require more .' ... : safety. ': ,

,-'-put--the' ti Ud'rnfess! to work, command pages than this story commands. But I II r':'.''.-' '- But most i impressive of all-thIs smoother, ,.' ';., :. ';

I the waters, and turn the brown of the I the net results are eloquent in the >J<. An six-cylinder valve-in-head "
'; improved ; <. faster. bettor'' Six is available : '.' /J.: .:. ."" ;
saw grass to the black of cultured contrast between the Clewiston of today II' :

acres and the green of growing. cane, I and the Clewiston of a few years ; lE' .' '. }' ;' ::1& :' .' ( .. :t :,
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ago. '
knew his
problems. Drainage? The I \
thing would be done if it never had Until the Southern Sugar Companycame \ "
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before. Transportation? There wouldbe Clewiston was an hardly Identifiable ) :: : : .t
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roads and rails if he had to build hamlet on an elevated bit of \ .; = at greatlYl'educ-ed prices

them with his own hands. Machinery? sand at the lake front, with a small :
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Cane breeding? Soil culture? Markets ramshackle hotel and several clustering '.., ..,. -. ',.",- .- .', ,:,

? Engineers? Laborers There ii I shacks making a nominal town '

i never :yet was a problem with these for a few: fishermen and farmers. Today .'. During 1929, more than a million three ,hundred ing these savings with the public. No written ; .

that had stumped or stopped him. it Is a modern city, radiant in J .. thousand persons bought six-cylinder Chevrolets. description, can do justice to the extra value and .tJ .:
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For Dahlberg had learned how toover the Florida sun, its level expanses r ::,; ,::. This enormous volume has made possible many quality provided in this new car. Visit your Chev '

come obstacles in Louisiana I swept by the steady breezes of Lake j I. savings in the Chevrolet factories-and, in keeping rolet dealer-see this car-ride in it-and judge for I

where he had built up the Celotex I Okeechobee, its streets graded, its i I -'. : .'Z. with its long-establlCshed! policy, Chevrolet is sharyourself the sensational value it represents. I'

Company, which supplies the world 1 sidewalks laid with stone, its bright I :\ .
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with a valuable insulating hoard colored houses <. ':
of stucco and fibre ':.' ." I

made from bagasse, or sugar cane fi-j j'| studding the sandy shores. It has electric I. : ': .' .The ROADSTER ;?.....'.............. ... ................. '. .' The SPORT COUPE .................................. ..""
bre-a company that is an outstanding ( lights, telephones, filtered water I : :. .. $495 ',. $625 _

success. In Louisiana, too, the piped to its buildings, a bank with I ;; The' PHAETON" ... ........'."" .........: .". .'. ............. The CLUB SEDAN ...........::........................... .',
name of Dahlberg is vitally linked I I $300,000 deposits, two modern hotes t::' .:. : .: ?::. $495 : ;'" $625 ,
with that great movement that is rehabilitating I modern drugstores, a I '
the church community :7 The 'SPORT ROADSTER :.:.:.. .;,. ::;.."."..... The SEDAN ....................:.f..r.lThe : : ...................
sugar Industry there. a motion : $525 '
picture $675
But both I II theatre, an : : : .r. i::. .
of these eight-room .
are stories of them- school house, a variety of ,' "
selves. shops and stores. .. The COACH ....'. -:.: SEDAN DELIVERY........................r.. ''''Q''''
Home building is in .' $565 ,. .
He bought 90.000 Everglades acres rapid pace under a scientific city '

I in the vicinity of Clewiston, on the plan. Beautiful residences line the The COUPE.. .' : :. $565 The LIGHT DELIVERY CHASIS ............ $365

southern banks of Lake Okeechobee.He lake front, most of them occupied by '. ., ; I

organized the .Southern Sugar I i sugar company officials and scientists. '. The ONE and! ONE-HALF TON CHASIS .............. i
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Company and went into action on all' Papaya and palm trees frame .i. ; $520

fronts. Drainage came first. There the Spanish architecture-and AUS- <." 'r '::, -> : : : The ONE and ONE-HALF TON CHASIS WITH CAB.. .'................ J
was talk
of a "unit control" system tralian pines looking as though they f .\ .: ." .. $625 _
of : :'
isolating given units of land by had spent their lives in the moonlight I _

means of dikes and levees which I There is a flourishing weekly 'newspaper -

might make them comparatively Im- ,I the Clewiston News, with a I All Prices F. O. B.. Factory) Flint, Mich. t
mune to the ebb and rise of water out modern
printing plant. It is a city with .
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side. This In I
the opinion of many, a community spirit born of a mutual
:was impracticable. No dikes, they said ... r
pioneering
i ." could 'prevent :.water. ,. which. is gradually bring- r. .... -; .... ,. ,. ;.,:' ... ;' ...... ', .' .. \
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rich 'S-'f'X
rewards after : < "
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., NEWS, CLE W 1ST0 N. FLORIDA
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.r, i LARGE STAGE HAD TO BE I lie. There are a dozen specialty dance .hours, then pour off (or siphon) carefully and should be used frequently in our
I have grouped themselves
BUIt-T FOR SCENES ,OF SALLY teams, one of the numbers has three .from, the dregs. I homes. I i to improve.I few years' as .the Southern. SugarCompany's'
.1 I r the school system and to foster all
1.; hundred and fifty beautiful chorus I Orange Juice Fruit Punch I plans proceed. The Clew-
7 I lines of civic
I development. It is elo-
.r''! studio stage ,in Holly- girls and hundred iston Company, Inc., one of the
': No theatre or j I over one and fifty While there is no fruit juice that .An excellent light syrup for use in. quent in the faith expressed by all ciated asso-

!i.':: wood 'or Los Angeles was large negro entertainers; another has two I is more delicious to taste or more I|I fruit punch can be made by blending of its citizens in the significance of companies comprising the

noush to bold the spectacular ballet hundred girls in a military parade healthful for old and young alike than :j 1 one. part of sour fruit juice .(lemon, Clewiston and in thc certainty of the many Dahlberg Interests' owns in fee

t's ,. \ scenes for Marilyn Miller's "Sally," directed by Monte Blue. I i ir fresh oange juice, no satisfactory,I Seville orange, ,lime q uat), three parts future which sugar is building for it. the approximate 3,500 acres coveredby

First National and Vitaphone pic- r The song-writing staff of Warner I method for :, of sweet the townsite of Clewiston. It also
., ,(] the keeping bottled orange orange juice pressed from It is a city built on sugar and looking
fr // -which comes to the Paramount Bros.-fourteen writers of popular I I |I I owns and operates the public utilities,
tie juice in the home any great length of unpeelcd fruit and two parts grep- to sugar for a destiny which it
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'if'I///I _r.fre, Palm Beach, Thursday, Janu-, song hIts-did many snappy and surefire -. time has yet: been devised. Many companies j I' :Juice of high flavor or red plum confidently believes, will give to that including power, 'and telephone water electric. light and

1 for a three day engagement ( songs, for the revue. Darryl F. juice. Preserve systems.To
ar1 have failed in attempts to pro by pasteurizing at 175 area a population of 100,000 within

. '. ...., son theatre stage was built espe-I Zanuck supervised the able directionof duce orange juice upon a commercialscale. I I degrees .F.. for 'thirty minutes. To this j -( be continued next week.)

'::? d.J1t fo rthe picture, on the largest John G. Adolfi. The musical direction ,i I[ mixture may be added crushed pineapple --- -

sound stage at the Burbank Studios. I was by Lou Silvers and dance en- The use of sugar greatly decreases shredded oranges, sliced peaches DRESSMAKING ALTERATIONS

135 feet wide, 50 feet from senmbles and presentations by Larry i bananas
Itcas the tendency of orange juice to be- i[ berries or other fruit to

tlJTootlights to the top of the, prose I Ceballos and Jack Haskell. Improve the appearance in the punch PLAIN AND
'- j come "stale". A mixture of sweet or- FANCY SEWING
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'4am arch, and 110 feet deep from. fcowl.1
i 1 I ange juice, lemon, Rang ml: lime, Gala- ,
the curtain. to. the back wall. I
\ BISHOP MURDER CASE. mondin or Seville or sour orange MRS. J. W. SWAIN JR. .
Thq stage was equipped with special :.
1 juice and sugar; makes .a most palatable GLADES. STORY TOLD
scenery, curtains and drapes, and "
In the Bishop Murder. Case, theatre orange juice, even after a year's MACAulNE ;; Graduate. Seamstress .
made practical in every way, including Located at
goers will find a sharp departurefrom storage.
I I'f'
a, number of floor elevators and (Continued from Darcy Oderlcss
Q 4)) Dry
page Cleaning
the
line or all
talking productions Peel, crush and press. Mix in the
other mechanical: devices. Sugarland
Highway
',' which 'have been offered before. proportion of one part sour fruit
On this huge platform 160 chorus I ship and sacrifices mutually endured.
The play is the screen adaption of juice to four parts sweet orange'
:girls, show girls and members of the I This spirit is eloquent in the mannerIn Reasonable Prices Prompt Service
S. 'S.
Van
Dines Novel, of the same juice and sugar in the proportion of
Albertina Rasch ballet worked witha which the women of Clewiston
name, one of the year's best selling I six pounds of sugar to one gallon ,
,Vitaphone orchestra of 110, under I!
novels and acclaimed as one of the juice. Heat until all sugar is dissolved.
in' DR. V. SMITHChiropractor
B.
the direction. of Leo Forbestein, I
most outstanding mystery: stories of Bottle while hot'and pasteurize at 165

the, pit. all times. I degrees F., for thirty minutes. CLEWISTON FOLKS
asd 50 smaler spotlights? were usedto BELLE GLADE .
Brought to the screen again is .Basil Dilute with twice its volume of wa FLA.Headaches
light the stage with a corps of : /
Rathbone who will be rememberedfor I ter-carbonated preferred. Fresh,
60 electricians to man them."Sally" .. stom THE
his excellent work with Norma cloudy, unfiltered juices are much su HOTEL TA-MIAMI
has many specta c u la r .'
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Shearer in "The Last of Mrs. Chey- perior in flavor to the filtered juices. ach, liver and bowel
scenes and unusual and stupendous
ney." You will find him sensationally ,,:
,sets. The ballet, numbers required I Grapefruit Juice ?x, troubles. Acute and : WELCOMES YOU
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thrilling in his portrayal of Phile 1 .'.1 .
weeks of preparation and are said to Grapefruit juice, unlike orange
Vance the Master Mind Detective.His Chronic.
be the most pretentious ever made in methods juice, may be bottled most successfully Tire/ Most Perfectly Ventilated Hotel In the South"
of obtaining clues, his
a sound picture. and should become very popularas
( round about way of solving this Day and Evening
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' The picture is entirely in Techni a "before breakfast" appetizer. Aswith Storage Space Across Street
\ ; European Plan
, I'\ mighty mystery will have you hold-
color. oranges, the juice should be extracted 1 ,. Hours
Ing your breath for the unexpectedand
y I
I in such a way as to excludeoil
until the end will have
you guess
.:; from peel and an excess of bitter- .
"SHOW OF SHOWS OUTCLASSES ing.
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c,, 4o., ALL PREVIOUS FILMS "The Bishop Murder Case" is an ness from the white rag. (There are ; (/rl } A'I

I .f! several devices on the market for extracting .1"I 1'1': PHONE 1 105 J
all.talkingmurder lr'Xi, '
.' .. mystery seasoned WJ!\ .. .oJ
.: .:. juice from grapefruit.) '.. J' '. I-
"Show of Shows," Warner Bros, with poignant romance that will rill
Grapefruit juice darkens in the bot- .
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all-talking, singing, dancing, super- please the most descriminating audience { FOR DINNER PARTY RESERVATIONS
tle unless air is excluded. This can
revue in technicolor comes to the when it opens at the Paraniount Si"iEAaNS'lEne :
f f' best be done, so United States Department -
j. Paramount, Palm Beach; soon. Theatre, Sunday for a two day en' OR
I of Agriculture investigatorshave \ ric Paste
.>- Provided with stars enough for a gagement. I
I i found, by heating the juice to TO ARRANGE FOR GUIDES FOR
hundred this all
shows, greatest of Easily Kills
1. 4' 165 degrees F., to 170 degrees F., in :

screen .extravaganzas presents a glittering f HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES open aluminum vessel, filling hot, Rats, Mice, Cockroaches, FISHING OR RHUNTING PARTIES.

pageant of the entertainmentworld. Waterbugs Etc.
I sterile bottles immediately with the ,
Among the stars may be men- CANNING CITRUS JUICES .
hot juice to pverflowing and cap at After eating it they run for'acr

.ct'j tioned John Barrymore. Irene Bordoni j I once. Thus all air Is excluded. Place \\ ( and fresh air to die out-

;, Winnie Lightner, H. B. Warner, heat slowly to the simmering point side.! Used by housekeepers THE CLEWISTON INN.
bottled juice in water at 1G5 degreesF.
.\(. Betty Compsou. Dolores Costello, Select sound, 'ripe fruit, crush and for 50 years to get rid of these
'. .. and hold 30 minutes to sterilize.
Ij :': Noah Beery, Grant Withers, Monte I (about 180 degrees F.). Strain through greatest known food destroyed LEWISTON FLORIDA

f Blue, Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., Lois I a dougle thickness of cheese cloth, If The juice of grapes, blueberries, ana disease carriers. "In The Center of America's New, Sugar Bowl"
and other berries and fruits
plums
Wilson, Patsy Ruth Miller, Louise juices free from sediment are desiredlet X Oa !fS,'r/c 35c 15 Oa: Cizc $I.SC

I stand in a cool place for a few !I make delicious and nutritious drinks 1, !\ .zY SACK IF H1 FAILS

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.j\ PAGE six CLEW1STON NEWS CLEWISTON FLORIDA FRIDAY JAi", .\ 10.' W* I

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Way Have You Heard ? Mrs. T. V. Watson, Mrs. Claude :,r are approximately. 2G,000 owners of n By The Downs, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Beardsley !Everglades land in Palm Beach, county :;:. :, 9"C-r ..?t'. ..:..

i and Mrs. Cleo A. Houze. :: .. PHONE 332 ii":I :::. ,t

Barney. Moran spent last weekend Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Kerr, Clewiston'sfirst -- '- .: : \:. :'.... ,

in West. Palm Beach on business. r 1930 newlyweds who were mar Among West Palm Beach residents The first direct cargo of citrus :t FOR STOVE WOOD ,,1;:,....:!:

ried at the Clewiston Community who visited the 4,000 ton a day sug fruit from Tampa, Florida, arrived in :: -') : :!:

ar factory of the Southern Sugar com- : New York during the month of No- ..'. '. ;.;- ,
church'on New Year's have '
Day returned -
Miss M. L. Reofe of Chicago spent
from their pany at Clewiston were M. R. Monroe, vember. Regular weekly shipments : Any length- :-Oak and Pine '..:::!: I ,' .
the honeymoon spentat
the week end in ''Clewiston as .f. .
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Ross McCuller, John Prince, A. W. from ,if:' or
Tmapa to New York will be
of Mr., and Mrs. Malcolm W. Miami and are making their homein Delivered 1.
guest Bigg. Miss Reefo left Clewiston Sunday the Clewiston Inn. Turner Fred A. Furbush.Mr. I made during the balance of the season .: any place >in! Clewiston ,' ,:!: t

( : The fruit is shipped under refrigeration .
:. afternoon, for_ .Chic.1g.o. ... and Mrs. D. W. Ayers, accom- and arrives in excellent :::1; HARLEM WOOD YARD ..: _:
w Harry A. Day of Danla was .business I t t
Robert Hawkins 'of West Palm Beach I
; W. M.. Watkins of Cape Fair, Miss., visitor In Clewiston: condition. :;: .' :' ::
.. panied by Charles AyeS and Mrs. ...,..... .. .... ................ .......... :
.: is visiting his -brother 'George .Wat- : : : : { :-:-: : : : :-: {-: : : : : : : : : -: : : : : :..:..:-.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..: :_:":" :":_:_:.': :.':_:
were Tuesday visitors at the Clewis =--- ... .._
: ki.ns.n charge of the local nursery. Louis A. Morgan was a business c -- -I- .M .
ton sugar mill. r t. :
"visitor in La Belle Tuesday.Mr. 1I 1-/
r.' Leonard S. Ames was a visitor In .
Frank J. Wyser of Tampa was in .. ...
'' \Vest Palm Beach over last week end. and Mrs. Wilson S. Harvel and :'. :
Clewiston this week. .
daughter Margie spent the week end I -- I

George McLondou of Bowling Green in Miami where Mr. Marvel was Jacksonville I"
was repr e sen. ted .
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among the visitors at the 4,000 ton a START THE NEW YEAR RIGHT I
4,000 ton ,a day factory- or the Southern 1-, ,
mill Clewiston
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,; Sugar company last Monday. and Mrs. William G. Ames motored Landrum.N. ,

to West Palm Beach Sunday. ;
Additions for the chemistry department .

IJ, of the Southern Sugar company Miss Elta Whatley, local school representative. L. Groo mof of the West Gult'LiCe Palm Beach Insur-- I BY GETTING DETAILED INFORMATION ON THEFACT

during the past week included Stiles teacher has returned to Clewiston
week visiting Dick C. Miller, local rep jl I THAT INTEREST-BEARING .'7
ACCOUNTS
';: Kennedy, research chemist formerly from Fort Meade where she spent resentatlvo on business. I
connected with the Michigan Sugar I
I Christmas holidays.
the I: MAY. BE STARTED WITH PAYMENTS AS LOW AS
company of St. Louis, J. V. Pouomy, T I
Mrs. G. Lawton Sims, former Clew-
formerly of the South Coast company I Mr. and Mrs J. N., White and sons .
J. istonite and now of Canal Point was 50 CENTS PER WEEK IN
'. of Louisiana and E. Chappel of ,Earl and Richard who have been living
In Clewiston, Wednesday visiting Mrs.
Jacksonville kho have been named as 1 in Celotextown for the past few
-. Jesse G. Allhands and spending the ,. ..
chemists by the officials of the Southern months because they were unable to
night at the home .
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,. Sugar company. .'I get an apartment, this week will move Mrs.\ Julius Alston. ,
I into the new Schult bungalow apart MAIL COUPON NOW
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According to data being compiled i 1
the Stewart home on Arcade avenue .1' i CLEWISTON HOME BUILDING ASSOCIAT1ON. .
through the Florida Flood Control Association .- :... ," .:......, J.; ,
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Jones Mr. and Mrs. Tom Smith, and Mrs. J. N. White accompanied I :: .:,'v ): } .;i ..'
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:' Fred Puryear.; Claude Downs, Mr and I by their son Richar dand Mr. i : I
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Mrs. Lyman Deuse, Mr. and Mrs. W. White's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. D.I ;: \' ;

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the evening members of the .i Name .. \
party West Palm Beach Sunday. '

were entertained at the home of Mr. MINDED :.,ti..::.' .i':'; rl': 'i.; ( Address ..: ::::::: :::::::::::::::::::::..:::::..:::::::::..:: .

t r. and Mrs. A W Smith on Circle drive. i T. V. Watson held high score for : : ,

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Monday at the new 4,000 ton a day Crescent drive. FIRE & STORM ." '
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factory of the Southern Sugar com- Four tables were set for play and American New Jersey. .

pasy. Mrs. Claude Downs won the consolation Clewiston Phone 1.01 Florida '
t, prize.Guests jss3ijooa QUIJIL'J 'QJI( : 'sscw : .

Mrs. Samuel Turner Brooks and included Mr. and Mrs. H. S. W POWELL .

f. children who spent the past few A. Bestor, Mr. and Mrs. Roy L. Simpson y I J

weeks in Lakeland have returned to Mr. and Mrs. Dick C. Miller, Mr. Insurance Agent City Hall Bldg .,: "

r their home in Clewistou. and Mrs. Wilber D. Cole, Mr. and Pahokee Fla.

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' CJSCOCr\ TROOP ORGANIMATION The remaining charges aginst Gravely sugar industry to a 170,006, *. acre sug- Ceo. T. Mann of Miami were visitors cars of green beans moved during the I I this section,

? PERFECTED allege improper relations with cli- ar bowl in the center of which is in Clewiston Thursday.Mrs. first week in December, netting the I I I than 'rmonths.

ents which he has denied. America's largest cane sugar factory. growers 10000000. Bank deposits in dOUbt\\,5.

from 1) Julius Alston entertained at a '. ,I
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I I bridge party at her home on Arcade f
CLEWISTON BANK COUNTY SOLONS PRAISE
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: local scouts in the next few weeks I Avenue Wednesday evening! honoringher 1j
DEPOSIT $150,000 SUGAR ACTIVITY HERE .
;: .and indications are that there will be house guest, Mrs.. G. Lawton I

'at least two patrols in the local I ;', Slmms of-Canal Point. Two tables of MORE SUGAR FROM THE EV -1-
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;scout: organization and charter' m.em .1 i bridge were arranged. Guests were .

.. : bers are confident that the number Mrs. G. Lawton 'Simms, Mrs. Jesse \
banking house furniture and 'fixtures First Bank .of Clewiston has offeredU. 5'i
: of Clewiston scouts can'be brought to Tfppey, Mrs. Jesse Allhands, Mrs.
I was placed at $8.942.01. Real estate S> Government Bonds as collateral
'fifty within the next few months. j Dave: Alston, Mrs. Earl Merchant Mrs
owned amounted to $352.44 :lIH1'cash for county funds on deposit In the
: Among the tcnative plans for the W. S. Har;,'e1 and Mrs. W. G. Ames. After
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on hand and due from banks totalled bank, the cler kwas instructed to a solid year of cons 1 t
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$63,901.71. transfer $13,500 of county funds from '"
details of the proposed hike will be ,V. S. Harvel made a business tripto during which the
w With $15,000 capital stock paid in the present depository, the La Belle Clewiston factory of ,.
discussed at the Friday night meetings Moore Haven Wednesday e ... ,
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and a surplus fund of $20,000 undivided bank to the First Bank of Clewiston.
;V in the school building during the Southern Sugar frdiJf
profits, in the statement, were Tax Collector, James L. Taylor reported comp'any was increased
; 1 next few weeks. $7,266.24 with dtposits at $157,589.07. -15,000 co lected. }jn taxes and Reports from the Coral Reef Nurseries -
c '' S The scout movement has the .en- a I 1,500 ton day mill
Bonds borrowed amounted to $42,500 reported that there is $299,000 on tho : near Perrine, Florida, state a capacity to the largest ,
of the Clewiston Post ofthe
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;. dqrsement and cashier's checks ortstandi n g rolls which is being paid slowly. that 2200 young avocado trees have
t:' American Legion and the Clew- single unit cane factory in the continental
$452.12. ,. Alice Bailey registrar of the county been shipped to Port Mayaca Farms sugar .f,
iston Parent-Teacher association and
was voted an increase of $Hi per t to be set out on muck land. Port May United
leaders in the Scout movement arenow' States. Clewiston is about to ship : '
I month because of the number of elections aca on the St. Lucie Canal near Lake
planning to have one of the FORTY PLANESTO
scheduled. Her salary will'now Okeechobee is being developed by .
scouts instructed in blowing bugle LAND HERE Everglades grown and ground sugar to the re-
be $30 per month.SOCIETY. the Phipps Interests and 600 acres .
i S calls by a member of the local legion
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have already been planted to citrus. fineries. M
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next few weeks the i
Within the NOTES Reports from the Upper Everglades
members of the newly organized of the aviators will be 'interested in : c;. ..', ::1 '.
area indicate that approximately 100 ,
.; scout troop will form a baseball team passing through the mill. Mrs Dave Alston was hostess at an

and will meet teams from other I Exercises at the airport will consist afternoon benefit bridge party enter- ProgramsParamount Construction of homes, stores and apartments -

' ,f scout organizations! in ,the Ever mainly of 'the flyers being welcomedto taining members of the Social Club TheatrePalm -

glades. I the Everglades by town: authoritiesand and their guests at the Clewiston Inn Beach, Florida while stady has failed to keep pace with '
Among those present at the organi- officials of the Southern Sugar Wednesday.

zation meeting were Frank 'cothern,1 company. 1Irs.ViIllnm Cecil Owen was holder I Week Beginning January 12, 1930 the rapid expansion of the sugar company activities "

Dick White, Horace and ,
of high score and Mrrs. John K. ",
Richard and James Bestor, Hookie !J LOCAL Mowry was awarded the consolation FEATURES resulting in a :7I -

Avant, Charles Surles, Bobbie Hare, FACTORYIS STARTED prize. At the close of the afternoon, SUNDAY-MONDAY builders.

Junior Jeffries and James Garner. refreshments were served. :,
BASIL RATHBONEin
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Mesdames Searles, Hudson, Maxwell,
"THE BISHOP MURDER CASE"
GRAVELY EFFORTS FAIL No celebration marked the official R. Y. Patterson, H. A. Bestor, J. C. I .

:" TO STOP DISBARMENT opening of the Clewiston factory although Nowling, Pete Wilson Waters, Frank'Vinn An all-talking version of S. S. Van .- -.,"'' : .

1.1. hundreds of visitors from F. Deane Duff, W. C. Hanson, Dine's best selling novel. For Details

:1.'j' (Continued from Page 1)) many sections of the state and hun Cleo A. Houze, Hubert Edson, JohnK.

:i dreds of northerners wintering in Mowry Elbert L. Ste' art. W. GAmes TUESDAY WEDNESDAY
.:'. court held that they did not reoite BOWL"i
3. Florida visited the mill during the F. L. Williamso, W. P. Vaughn
grounds for disbarment. CHARLES KING BESSIE LOVE
.",:.. past week.: Charles A. Jackson, G. Lawton Simms
;.' The ruling was on a demurrer byGravely I Stars of "Broadway Melody" CLEWISTON
1 Clewistonites looked back this week Albert A. Backus, Jesse Allhands, !
"_ to the state's attorney's I "CHASING RAINBOWS"
mo- I to the. December day slightly more Dave Alston, Louis Bergeron, Julius S
.. tion. Judge W. D. Bell of Arcadia, than two :years ago, when the Clew- Clewiston
I I Alston, Wilson S. Harvel, Dick C. Miller I Metro's all-talking singing, dancing
,.. counsel for Mr. Gravely: contended Iston factory of the Southern Sugar William Cecil Owen, Wilbur D. special. COLOR!
that none of the charges constituted
company was merely an engineer's
Cole. P. A. Poche, Malcolm W. Bigg,
grounds for disbarment but the decision blueprint, as John W. Martin, 'then .
I Franc Howard, A. W. Smith, Frank THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY "IN
T of the court held that six of the Governor of Florida turned the first Wright, Yancey, Adams, Barney Thomas THE CENTER

counts met the requirements of the spadeful of dirt to officially start and James L. Beardsley, and MARILYS MILLERin SUGAR

;." law. construction of the .1,500 ton a day Misses Mary Skeldon, Elta Whatley, '

: When the answer is fled steps will unit. During that two year period Jayme Williams and Miss Bates. I "SALLY"I

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I. date for a final hearing on the mat- onic determination of B. G. Dahlberg H. A. Richardson of Miami, W. E. I Natural color with Joe E. Brown,

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