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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 17, 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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.t E.11 DAHLBERG I Eight Sugar Cars Of Are Raw ShippedAn SUGAR ACTIVITY-'WASHINGTON' is News_ Read In Northern Avidly City I CLEWJSTON SET



PLEASED WITH eight car train of Everglades BRINGS PRAISE TOLD OF CUBAN Headlines in! Chicago and other AS SECOND STOP

q grown and ground raw sugar rolled northern papers are interesting but

from the Clewiston factory at four for T. A. Burt of Urbana, III., there

LOCAL PROGRESS o'clock yesterday morning for the FROM C.S. MOTT LOBBYACTIVITY Is only one paper really worth read- ON STATE TOUR

f refineries in Savannah, Ga., it was Ing from cover to cover and that Is

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announced today by officials of the I the Clewiston News.In .
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14 C. S. Mott and Willis Southern Sugar company. Sugar Director ? Give s Lawyer Promises Big I Clewiston this week, Mr. Burt 20 Planes Roar OverT
who is director. in the Celotex
As the long train rolled away a
Those In Views In InterviewsAt Results For Fee
Booth Among from the factory, laborers in the I' company and the Southern' Sugar I own And Settle On

President's party; Dahl' factory were busily loading the first Miami.- .. $75,000. Company, called at the News office Municipal Airport;

car of another train which will roll r and said:
Honored At Din-
berg Praises
to ,Savannah in the next few days,, Florida Is the best place in the Access to the ear of President Hoovcr i "In the north we wait from weekto Smalley Local

ner In Miami. while steady grind ing in\the t 4,000to world for growing sugar according to Is worth $75,000 in Cuba and alleged -, week for the Clewiston News Field.More .

a day factory insured regular Charles S. Mott, director ot the Southern access is worth approximatelythe j and it is the only paper which I II

Visibly pleased with the progress shipments of raw sugar during the Sugar company who spent three same according to testimony read from cover to cove" than twenty planes in the
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- f made in the sugar industry since his I'I'f 100 days grinding season. days in the sugar belt of Florida' with brough out by witnesses questionedby I I / state air, tour settled on the municipal

/fcs last visit B. G. Daulbers, president ofI I B.. G. Dahlberg, president of the Southern the Lobby Investigation committee -, airport here at 4:15 o'clock yesterday -

:J 2? the Southern Sugar company and the j''I Sugar company. Following an at Washingto. I I TRADE PLANS TO afternoon on the second stop
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I. "" Celotex company, accompanied by SCOUTS TO HOLD 1 interview In Miami the following story ,Antics of an American lawyer whois of the first day of the planned eight

I prominent men of the.north spent twoVdays I I appeared in the Miami Herald yesterday said to have made; large but emp- BE TALKED day tour of the state. Because they
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C ; in the sugar belt inspecting the morning. ty promises to the Cuban sugar pro- had been detained by rain on the east

;j' : holdings of the Southern Sug- MEETING ON DIKE. i I ducer was the subject of an editorial .. "-
II Ten thousand persons will be employed coast the air touists were unable to
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1*,.. ar company. by the Southern Sugar Company which appeared in the January 1 issue NEXT TUESDAY I I remain long in the community and

!. ,','%;: In the visiting party' were Mr. AT LAKE TONIGHT Clewiston, at the end of seven of The Sugar Bulletin. Under the I I i after they had been officially welcomed
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rDahlberg, Willis Booth of New York, years, carrying; out an expansion pro- heading of "A Lawyer for Rent"the I .1 to the sugar bowl city, they

Howard Heisch of New York, Louis 1 gram whereby an additional 20.000 editorial was as follows: I Business League Members -I took off for Sebring. where they were
Woods of New York, William Fretk Tenderfoot Tests Will I.
acres will be added each year to this ,It appears that the Cubans felt It To Discuss I to spend the night. .

day of New York, Eddie Stein of New I Feature Meeting Of year's 25,000 acres of sugar cane, until \vris incumbent' on them to enrich the I I Bob C. Smalley, manager of the tour
Trade
' : York, E. C. Cole of Chicago and Jules Volume.
'i the entire 150,000 acres which the recent sessions of the Lobby 'Investigation complimented Clewiston on its airport -
to 8 New Scout Troop.Boy -
Please turn page
company owns, arc under cultivation, Committee by some rare morsel | facilities explaining i that the delay -
Members of the Clewiston Better
says C. S. Mott, a director of the loC testimony. Life Is dull, anyway, caused by bad weather,, made it
\ Scouts in the recently formed Business League will meet next Tues- .
company, who arrived recently form so why should they let Senator Cara- impossible for the fliers to remainin
-- LOCAL STUDENTS Clewiston troop will hold a camp day night at a dinner meeting when ;
his home in Flint, Mich.,. to look over way and his colleagues plod along the Everglades.
fire meeting Friday night on the plans for activities, for the coming |I
the plant. day after day trying to dig up ,a scandal Freddie Lund in a Waco was the
dike along the lakefront back of the year will be discussed, it
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was an-
"i :(. GIVEN POINTERS Mr. Mott, who Is vice president of and find nothing far removed first to settle on the field and he was
; Clewiston Inn. it was announced yesterday nounced yesterday by Cecil V. Park- 1
I General Motors Corporation, former from commonplace respectability? 1 followtd by Lyman Deuse and Frank
by Frank Cother, scoutmaster.The Inson, president who urged that members -1 1
t CARE president of the Buick Motor Company Through one of their American Snyder Clewiston fliers who won
ON ICE BOX I
meeting Friday night will be come prepared to discuss the '
I II and reputed to be one of the 10 spokesmen, therefore they twanged ( awards in bomb dropping and dead
the third since the local troop was outlining of a program of activity j "'
I wealthiest men in the country was at I the lyre a raucous note- a note also stick] landing events at Miami
organized three weeks ago and at the I which will keep the volume of local
Ex t I I the All-American Air: mee Tuesday;,out of tune with what is supposed to I Leaving Clewiston, the fliers circled
Refrigeration per meeting last Friday night the new business at its present high level.
the mill just south of the airport -
sugar
be ethical ,
where he arrived with a party as the music.
Addresses Clewiston I I members were schooled in scout ![ *. / Among the plans to be discussed is I northwes't
I It before heading for Se-
gi est of B G., Dahlberg, president of seems, that recently they hired a
laws and were taught the scout *3f% ; '
I sa- the educational
campaign which
Students. I] the Southern Sugar Company: in. thelatter's lawyer, who is, or used to be, President was ]bring. r

r _I u teeHem' p Store "' big Sikorsky airplane. Othersin 'lIoove personal lawyer, to try successfully conducted during the I I The first plane a Waco, piloted by .
of members last months of 1929 when effort was ;, :Freddie Lund, appeared as. a dim
Students hi the upper grades the group who ore stopping at the]jto&kcep! the tariff on Cuban sugar
Clewiston School heard an of the troop presented the local i 1 Flamingo made to acquaint Clewistonites with I i speck on the eastern horizon shortly
the High Hotel, Miami Beach and j from being raised, and they hired him '
scouts with an American flag and ali i '
interesting lecture on Food Preserva- will leave today for New Orleans by I'I in the belief and understanding thatPlease the advantages of buying at home1. ;after four o'cloclnd within the next

,. tlon on Monday afternoon. though there are now but approxi-I' plane, include Louis Woods, Jr., and turn to Page S Varioijs points in favor of buying at 1 ten minutes the air above the field
mately: ten boys in, the troop, j' home were stressed and according toI I J thick with of various de-
Miss Nelll James of the Florida Ice Howard Hirsch, prominent New York was planes

G 1 Manufacturers Association discussed pected that with an active program I j brokers, and E. C. Huntington, member i, the local merchants one of the most :'! i scription, some swooping down, their

the causes of the spoilage of food planned for the organization the mem- of the firm of Satterlee & Can- 'i Fifty Cars Of Lake forceful messages was the comparingof wheels almost touching, the hangar

and its prevention. Basing her talk I bership total will be brought to at field of New York City and Eddie I Worth Residents Clewiston prices with those adver 'roof while others seemed to be suspended -
least 50 within the next two months' On ;
i upon information gathered in the Stein of The Wall Street Journal. tised in newspapers of east coast cit I in mid-air hanging on the

7-: laboratories of Columbia University, j' Plans are now being discussed for "Florida is the best place] in the Trip To Sugar Bowl ies which proved conclusively that propellers. \

,' ., ),Miss James discussed the construct uniforms for the troop members and world for growing sugar," Mr..,Mott article for article the prices of Clew A giant 17 passenger Sikorsky of

: '. tlon of a good refrigerator, ''and.spoke it is beieved possible that the local said. "The state is destined to become I Lake Worth residents and winter iston merchants were lower. the American International Airways

;: j%,\., ,' of the importance of efficient insulation post of the American Legion will assist j one of the largest sugar-growing centers -j t visitors more than 200 strong spent The response of Clewiston peoplewas roared over the field less than 50 feet
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the scouts in this. It is believed
< I' in order to keep, the cold inv probable, that the |I in the world. The vast tracts of ;several: hours In Clewiston Thursdayon reflected in increased sales volume above the ground. S

'and the heat out. j Legionnaires may land in the.' section of the' Everglades, a'good will tour and' inspection according to the officials of the Among the air tourists who stoppedat

_, i'' Students were told how to place ,j J advance the purchase the money. to the scouts for I arc admirably .suited to sugar cane trip through the 4,000 ton a day mill merchants at their meeting: next Tues- Clewiston yesterday were Bob C. ;
the
&> *:: the food in ,the box properly so that of suits. cultivation. ,lof, the So'uthern Sugar company. local Better Business League and the Smalley. Lieutenant L. C. Simon and

.-. : ., there will be no mixing of odors and I the Henry last Storey was elected scribe at I! "A complete drainage system has i The visitors arriving here shortly day night will discuss the advisability Lieutenant Knight in 'a Verville

:::.., ..;. flavors.. "It is perfectly possible to I Ii were Hulie meeting Walls and, Junior others Jeffries present'I been installed by our company, which I I before noon in a steady lo, pour of Please turn to Page S Coach. Art Davis in a Waco 10, Har-
; Capt'ainH.
!_ :I "' place butter, fish and cheese in the will make the entire plot of 150,000 i rain assembled at the Clewiston Inn rey Hughes in a Challenger,

f: ,. same refrigerator without the butter Please turn to Page S acres of rick muck land productive of.I I for lunch after which activities of E. McMahon in a Sikorsky, HarveyA.

i.I ," : absorbing other odors," said Miss the, best sugar cane that can be grown J! the Southern Sugar company and Sugar Industry To Little in a Monosport, E. J., Moserin

'.: James. "It is merely a matter of placing 100 Visitors A Day The expansion plan calls for the build | facts on the sugar industry in Florida Be Told In Series a Travelair, C. M. Nash in a Mono-

':- them were explained to them by Louis A. sport, W. D. Wood In a Waco .10, Er-
on the right shelf. She also Pass Through Mill I ing of one mill a year, in addition to I .. ,
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'-' I Morgan and Tom Smith. Of Industrial Ads Please turn to 8))
:: spoke on refrigerator sanitation, and the increase in planted acreage. The ( page

'$ said the There were 50 cars in the motor J
refrigerator should be cleaned Visitors from virtually every state 4,000 ton mill now at Clewiston is the I
weekly. The use of soda dissolved in in the country and from almost every biggest in the United States." :. cade and after spending more than an Activity in the northern Everglades
luke cold water I I lion; in the mill they left by of in connection with the sugar Industry Glades Enjoy' Spring
,. ,: : warm or is the best city in Florida have passed thoughthe The increase from 2,300 men on today's way
method of cleaning the box. Scalding |: Belle Glade for their home. of the Southern Sugar company Weather As North Is
4,000 ton a day factory of the pay roll to 10,000 i in seven years '
';," a refrigerator is an extravagant practice Southern Sugar company at Clewis- will be one of the greatest employ-1 I j r r The good will tour was sponsored will be told in pictures in a series of Blanketed With Snow

because every bit of heat put in ton since the opening of the 1930 meat enlargements In the country, Mr.Mott by the Lake Worth Reatly board and industrial advertisements written and .
the refrigerator has : I headed by A. J. Franke. Tho majorityof placed by the Florida Power and Light
to be absorbedby
grinding season here two weeks ago. believes. He Is enthusiasticabout I While the north is shivering under
the visitors residents of company, it was learned this week.H. .
the ice wore nor-
and that is
waste of ice. '
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Although a large majority of the the possibilities C' sugar pro- a blanket of ice and snow, Clew-
Care should thern cities who are spending the M. Ellis, division manager for I
be taken
to clean the .
visitors are coming from east coas'tcities Please turn to Page & iston and the northern Everglades are
drain pipe with winter In the east coast city. the Florida Power and Light company \
v a strong solution of I '
j because of the better conditionof s .. enjoying spring weather and accord
? --- acting on the request of George Hilty
the
v soda and water when the box is
the roads in that direction, hun- ing to weather records kept at the

, cleaned. dreds have come from the central sec- FLOOD CONTROL HEARINGS TO BEHELD advertising director, had a photog- Everglades Experimental station by
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: Miss James is ipher taker several pictures depictIng -
a graduate of the tion and the west coast of Florida. Dr. R. V. Allison, the maximum temperature -

; .',.'...G' .,;' first schol of refrigeration held in the Visitors are keenly Interested in the the activities in the sugar indus- for the week ending January _
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j t: history of the world, and has recently I, sugar industry in'the northern Everglades I IN NEAR FUTURE ]IS REPORT try in. the northern Everglades.Mr. 13 was $1 and the, minimum 51.
Ellis
said he
,j .- returned from a four year trip and according to, the figuresof was greatly The average high temperature for '
around the world pleased with the work here and
'; where
she studied
: C visitors has averaged more than I the week was 7S and the average low-
l' *, methods of food preservation \ Letter To Clewiston News Publisher From Flood characterized the sugar industry as
.. as practiced 100 a day since the opening of'the 1 temperature for the week was 57.
in other countries.POSTPONED the backbone of state prosperity. I
d mill. Control Committee States That Public I Rainfall for the week was .OS.

: Hearings On Matter Will Be Held -- -

LEGION INSTALLATION : Within Next Few Weeks GEORGE HEINZ AND CLYDE SWEAT ARE



1:: CEREMONY TO BE HELD ON TUESDAY ; Pubic hearings on I the need of federal entitled "A Bill for the control of I MARRIED AT PARSONAGE WEDNESDAY .

-- I assistance in flood control workin floods in the Calosahatohee river and
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the northern Everglades will beheld I Lake Okeechobee drainage areas, I III

Because the re-elected post com which is to be "held in Watanabe in the very 'near future according Florida and for other purposes." Clewiston saw its second weddingof I most two years ago has been making
mander Captain F. Deane Duff was II .
hotel. .' j to a letter receved here yester- The committee would appreciate it the year here Wednesday when her home with her sister, Mrs, J. A.Aavis .

called to Miami on. business the installation According to the plans for the in-' day by Louis A. Morgan, publisher of I'I if you would advise it if it would be Miss Clyde Sweat, popular member 'who Is manager of the hotel

of officers i in the Clewis- atallation of the newly elected officers the Clewston News, from William H. convenient for you if these hearingare of the younger set and George Heinz barracks of the Southern Sugar com

ton Post of the American Legion in the Clewiston Post, Commander Webb clerk of the ,Flood Control commenced about a week from Clewiston pioneer were quietly married pany.

;, 'poned until next Tuesday, it was an-' Fairchild will be assisted by post Committee of Congress. I this date (January 14) at the parsonage of Rev. W. 'r. Mr. Heinz is one of the early resI-

scheduled for Tuesday night was post commanders and adjutants from West The proposed hearing will be held The committee would be glad to Bailey, pastor of the Clewiston Com dents of Clewiston"having come here

, r'Vi: .\ nounced by Legion officials who said I Palm Beach and Everglades posts, in the near future when witnesseswill know if you could also furnish it at munity church. Mrs J. A. Davis attended from Cleveland in 1925 to accept a
that effort will be made' to have the.
-,' which will include Commander George -, be heard. your eariest convenience with a list the bride and best man was J. A. position with the ClewIston company.

eame 'state Legion officers present Carr and Adjutant Guy Powers of The letter received yesterday readas of witnesses who should be notified Davis; A smal group of friends were He was later in partnership in a lo-

next Tuesday night. the West Palm Beach post, Commander follows: of the hearing and invited to _appear present. cal store with Frank O. Richmann,

Z'. Pressure of business also prevented I William J. Buck and Adjutant Joe "I am directed to advise you that ,and testify. The bride was beautiful in an egg- I who was married a few months ago.
H. N. Fairchild
vice commander White of the Belle Glade post, and this committee is endeavoring to arrange "If it fs deemed advisable for the shell gown fashioned in the latest For the past year Mr. Heinz has been

l ,.....,. of the Southeast Florida district from Commander C. Salvatore and his ad- a date which will be convenIent convenience of the witnesses arrangements Parisian mode. She wore a cluster of 'associated with the Clewiston Build.I -

attending last week but it is expected jutant from the Pahokee post. to all Interested parties to com- can probably be made for orange blossoms, and carried a bridal '! lag Material. company.

that he will be'present at the in- II j Il The plans as contemplated for last mence the hearings on the bill (H, the committee or a subcommittee to boquet of pink roses. 'I The couple will make their homo in
,. stallation meeting next : /
.a Tuesday night Please turn to page 8 R. 7762)) introduced by the chairman hold hearings In Florida." The bride since coming here, al- t Q'C'"a'3 tj"I ? n: J.; '3',



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PAGE TWO CLEWISTON NEWS. CLEWISTON FLORIDA .

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The Clewiston News I operative educational campaigns Is as live a subject as any. And when doubt '- .

Successor to The Clewiston Progress -. i
begins to creep in, remember that merchants of two other.communities are '
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8 1928 at the post office at 1- t
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matter February.
Entered secondclass enter i I
as coming here this week in a body. Strenous efforts are being made by progressive 0
Clewiston, Fla., under the Act of March 3, 1879. N \ "t"c S v"
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out of town- merchants for a share of the CleWis business.. The CROW B' t 4

LOUIS A. MORGAN ........ ..........................:........................ Publisher J .. '
question continues to be "What are the Clewiston merchants going to do \

TOM SMITH" ....-...... .............................:...................................... Editor about It'Seventeen?', '' : : CONTRkutxClewiston \__:v::;?. 't J\\ f.' ,


I Subscription Rates .. days of 1930 have passed.and not even one "pome" on; the lightsof :i'I '

Bail outside of. Florida By mail in'Florida the.sugar mill h't night et Gout the rhyming dictionary. for such gems as 1. '
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$2.50 One year $.'>...00 \ .0\\ If,'
One year 1.00 mill, fill, shrill, kill, will, thrill. moon, soon, June. ,, croon. Spring is in the air :
i-50 Six months ,
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Three months 1.25 Three months -75 so there's no excuse. { ;tI..J'CLEWISTON /

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1. Definite control of Lake NEWS'Okeechobee PLATFORM with water transportation. And even then we forgot" to, add. that, it was January and\ '.that he wore I ::
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2. Early completion of the hlgrways for local transportation and concentration I white flannels and sport shirt but that would' CAF11t/
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open .. .' .be., an unusual. hunting
of products. ;. / : /
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and ensemble even for a Clewi ,tonite. '. ', S S
freight rates vegetables '
revision of on
3. A substantial downward \- ,
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other products of this region to the northern markets. '
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association for both, ,
; 4. The full functioning of a cooperative marketing And now George_Hein CLEWJSTON \.
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buying and selling purposes. )
.Still 'trying to remember the origin of the Scot when asked whether he ,
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FRIDAY JANUARY 17, 1930 1 A. M.We .
'liked his new gift radio said it
was very nice but that the lamps were a wee
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bit too dim to read by. '. | serve only the best, the market affords
A BILLION IN ADDED WEALTH .
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/ in an 'article' I prepared for the New York Evening .Post I And we heard.on good"' authority. that. Clew.. st"' n'S A'ir de.-.made' page 3 :' OYSTERS A SPECIALTY
, .Five. years ago .. .>*" :,- .i I -. ';' 5. ,
: on an Oakland'Ca1..) paper., \ ; ;
said that Florida was the wonder of the world. -..-
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Since' that' time Florida has had an unreasonable boom, a deflation, just ; -, ''.' ... \ ,, ,.:' .. .; Home Made Pies "

reasonable; two hurricanes (the first in fifty i years), two freezes, the Diogenes_ would have blown out his.i' lamp, with a; snort'- of glee. if he had ': ', Enjoy your Sunday Chicken Dinner At

been in the mill this week-;\ : "' ":" '" J
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Mediterranean fruit fly situation and the' solvency of. the State and its institutions i .. I.: "*' The, Clcivlslon Cafe-The Home of Good Coffee*
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to bankrupt ten States and yet Florida has today more population, ,, I 7r

"I come from up the country"' said the visitor "and I want to see the president iI -.
more than $1,000,000,000 more wealth and larger bank resources than it had ,. .

of this company: Is he here?" ,
before: the boom. No State could so successfully have gone through this situa- \ t

"The president isn't hero now" he was told. "Is there something we could -- '
tion except Florida. ,

Florida pays more Federal inheritance taxes per capita than any State inI I do?" I. HERALD AND UNITED TRUCK LINES .' '

"I :gotta see the president" the visitor insisted. "Wheres' his office OZ"
the Union and Is fourth! in the total .amount paid, and pays more income i S

Tire president's office is in Chicago, but. I'm sure: we can l help you here,
taxes per capita than any Southern State and more than any State in the Overnight service from I
unless your business is personal .
Union, except six. i ; :: '::s
After much thought the ,visitor unlimbered "I want to get a couple' of ,
;During, the entire period ,of terrific deflation.its banks combined have never Tampa, Miami and West Palm Beach

stalks of sugar cane on my way back, but, I didn't want to get -without the
owed the Federal Reserve Bank more than $8,000,000 and during that entire ) '
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president's permission. 1 To Clewiston.'SERVICE \
' time its banks have never had on deposit with the Federal Reserve Bank I I

I less' than $12,000,000. Today its banks owe the Federal Reserve Bank less, \

I. Sale, of a 40,000 acre tract of land the Lake Placid:: News, Florida pro- EXPRESS AT FREIGHT RATES ".
proportionately, than the banks of any State in tile Union, and its banks central Florida was announced recently duced 995,072,000 feet of lumber in ..\."

,have' .. more cash proportionate'to. deposits than the banks of any. other State. I by the James D Lacey; Company 198 a gain of almost 88,000,000 feet \

of Jacksonville, who negotiatedthe over 1927,
:, Florida'still' continues without an inheritance tax,. an income tax, a franchise .
transaction. The property was S > BAKERS SERVICE STATION ')

tax a corporation tax, a corporation stock: transfer tax or a tax: on Intangibles -, sold to the Forestry Associates, Inc., .
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and' raises* its< revenue by the simple method o fan ad valoren tax a syndicate composed of prominent 666 .' ,: : Local Representative :

business men Jacksonvile and ,north .
on real and personal property, a gasoline and automobile tax and an occupational Florida. : HERALD LINES UNITED LINES

? tax, having the simplest and best scheme of taxation of any Statein According Grosvenor Dawe in is a Prescription for 615-19 Platt St.. ; ". ." 391 ,N. W. 24th Street

7 COLDS TAMPA, FLA. .'( ....-U. :". I' -;..-:;;.: MIAMI, FLA.
,the Union. I. GRIPPE, FLU, DENGUE, ,' '. ':" :
PHONE 21011
BILIOUS FEVER .-
and MALARIA. : !
It still continues without any State bonded indebtedness, is not going to NOTICE OF LANDOWNERS ,
It is the most speedy remedy known. I

have any, is on a cash basis and is paying its way as it goes -.. 'MEETING. I -- --

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The reader naturally will ask "How' could Florida it ", .' 'l
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-' First, no one can freeze or starve in Florida. Clewiston Drainage District will be I.

Second. It has a larger proportion of welltodo'and. retired people deriving! held in the, ffice of the District in "

Clewiston, Florida, at 11:00 o'clockA. l.i: ,\,,' _CJ_ J .. : .. : .' ,_ ./ :. : / :' .:
their income from fixed investments elsewhere than any State in the Union.A t .: : ;: : .:': ; ': ,:/I,; "
M. January 29, 1930, for the pur- V' a" t
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large proportion of its people has,. therefore, not been affected by any of pose of electing one Supervisor of said \ ;..-v .,-.-;',-"> Ji '? '". '' it>''' "'," "i.-'v.>v "'i'i> ; ', "'''""'"..'*t'r,)r"'y "

the. adversities above mentioned that Florida has suffered. Drainage! District to serve for' a termof

I three years, and for the transac- ;3/r. > "' % j- .'
Third, because the climate and the soil are such that the State producesmore i
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000,000 acres: of land, only 2,400,000 are in actual cultivation;. the soil is BO I ,...F. Deane Duff President, Board of

Supervisors,
productive that it supports its population 1,500,000, a great number of tour ; t >
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ists and last season actually shipped more. than 115.000 carloads of citrus ton Drainage! District.. .

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Florida's' productions are ,more .varied and more numerous than those of I NOTICE OF LAND I : \'}

any other State. Although l not known as a manufacturing State, its manufactured OWNERS MEETING :' ,: i' \
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products amount annually to in excess of $290,000,000. Tampa alone +, ; .
....Annual landowners' meeting of Sug- *..::, \:
manufactures more clear'HavaIta cigars in one month than are exported from .-: ;'
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January 29, 1930 for the purpose of
local, affairs 'and. developing their state that they have not to any ap I ,t
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preciable extent participated in the wild boom that\ Wall" Street has. been I age electing District one Supervisor to serve for of said a term Drain of THIS IS THE SEASON WHEN YOU WILL ,ENJOY RECEIVING '


having. So that Florida has not been,, and will in 1 the future' be less, adversely three years and for the transactionof THE WORLD'S NEWS EVERY EVENING'

I ,..affected by the collapse of the Wall Street stock market than any other such other business as may prop- 1

State. : ery come before the meeting. .... ...... .AT HOME OVER ONE OF OUR

F, Deane Duff, President, Board of "

Because. of all the foregoing,, plus the fact that Florida has thoroughly do Supervisors, ,



Peter flated ute present, having O.'Knight time its for house in,profitable The cleaned New investment York thoroughly( Evening.',than,, it"P ost offers any. other,more.. ',spot: opportunities on the,:.. globe.' at: land R. Drainage Y. Patterson District.Secretary--Sugar : .' 1r ': ,I I :: : "; "1' ..n' ::::;" :,t ;, :'!': : : <: :' ';: ,, ,:;: 1 :,: ': ., :: : : t I



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by the,possibilities instead of fading off dimly iu the distance, become more i I :' : liJ -

glaring as they approach.. 'Lengthy. editorials have been written, statements I .! ''II .; '
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of prominent visitors! ;,have been quoted but probably nothing so thoroughlytells ,..,

EN JOY A VISIT TO- .' ,
the "story. as the" folIo lng'inCident. which can happen any day' in Clew- I
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of, sugar cane rolls to the mill and at a second crossing he is again delayed your wife. We would like to have you

.by visit us and see our modern Snow- "
a trainload of winter
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markets
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white laundry in operation. You'll )

watch the flight of an airplane in which one of a group of students is receiving realize what an efficient! organizations \. .. ,. ..
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instruction, he narrowly avoids a collision with a truckful of Celotex serving you. You will appreciatethe' ; .. ',. -' : ,.... : >: .. .. .. > '-

for care we take in washing your : :: :: ,
a new building and before ; : : : =
turning off .
the highway he stops to give directions ... '
r clothes in! this spotless laundry .\ '. .:'
to the next town to a visitor who has found all Clewiston hotels 1- I. '. ; I \ :: .r.

filled to capacity.
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Tuesday night. Start,-thinking now-on a.workable. plan' for betterment of TON FLORIDA I \
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.,.,"- ;' ONIONS I .. ......".'.,'..'... ., \ 23c (full creamery') per. Ib.. ',..j?.<.-'..,;.r':. ," Tall. cans. Golden. Key, 3 cansN.i .t' ..''.. ....?, ......... BUTTER '' ., .. :.'.'." '.,. ... ;;;","'": I. ,43. 5 po.unds.,for. .'.';:::u.: ..."<.,': \s.i:.I::: : ...I.,.......,..."....;.4.. .
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You Heard the same has been called to the at.\-\ .:...w. "1 ''' F f fi
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By tention of the City of La Belle, At ,I
the December eleventh meeting it was }

Virginiaspent several hoursin moved that the request be made that I
Ed Perkins president of the Clew- Kinzie of .' .'
iston Flying club spent Saturday and ClevHston ,Wednesday\ eroute to payment on this amount, Forty two I

Sunday in St. Petersburg on business.F. .I West Palm Beach. While in' Clewis hundred dollars be made if not Jn I
ton they visited, the sugar mill.' whole at least'a substantial amount ;I .
i I II payment on account. \ : START THE NEW YEAR RIGHT 1 i
department i I I
L. Larue in engineering Members of a party from Lake Unless La Belle can 'see its"way '. i
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of the Southern Sugar com: I Worth that spent Wednesday in Clew- clear to meet this request Glades r t }

pany returned to Clewiston this week iston were Mr and Mrs L. Snyder, County will have to proceed .to; do

after spending a month with his family A. Bizerth"""* and rAt L. Walsh. I I what ever is necessary to collect on BY GETTING DETAILED INFORMATION ON THE s. /
in Louisiana these bonds. Signed by the Clerk of

the last meeting of: the Girl The Board. FACT THAT INTEREST-BEARING ACCOUNTS 1.. ,

Mr. and Mrs. I/ A.: Morgan, Jr., | Scouts, Tuesday, January 1' .. plans The above letter was given _to us

and daughter Made spent Wednesday. I were made for a hike. Jewel Lowe through the courtesy of the Glades 0 MAY BE STARTED WITH PAYMENTS AS LOW AS ,\ -

in Fort Myers on business.. was appointed to take charge of pre- county officials. ;
I paring the refreshments. Mrs. Yanceyand 50 CENTS PER WEEK IN ,

H. A. Rider, county attorney was a 1; Mrs. Maxwell will accompany the Commissioner Seldon L. Stewart .
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business visitor in Clewiston on :girls on their hike. motored to Clewiston on business Fri ;

Tuesday. day. HL'iI7'MAIL

All the students are patiently awaiting \ .. /1 I.
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J. A. Arnett. president of the West the verdict of the teachers on the .. .
Palm Beach junior chamber of commerce achievement test that was given in HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES .' -. I
was a visitor here Monday. I the school last week. This test was a 'L.. :'. \ 0 CLEWISTON HOME BUILDING ASSOCIATION '
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general review on everything we have CANNING GRAPEFRUIT : .f.-: ,
Mr. and Mrs. J. N. White accompanied -'ever learned or supposed to have .; '. ; Clewiston, Fla. .'

by their sons Earl and Richard ,learned. Just as the bottling of all .fruit Gentlemenam I Interested In

and Mr. White's parents, Mr. and Mrs. 1 juices offers splendid opportunities to your easy plan for saving. Without

W. D. White of Columbus, Ga.> motored The history maps ordered by the the housewife whose first interest is ", .' : obligation to me,, please send me full
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to Miami Sunday. P. T. A. for Mrs. Yancey's classes, arrived to provide food products that contribute -.. ,' ... I '. information. I
today. They include two map generously to the health and
Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Good. Mrs WaIter chats and one cabinet containingmaps. well-being of the family, so does she I Name .......................:...............,.........,............

Rowan and Miss Kathleen Mor- These will be a great help to can the grapefruit that she may have Address ....._.................................................
ris of Chicago and West Palm Beach the classes and are appreciated by the tasty, deliciously juicy "hearts"to \\ .

were In a party of visitors who vis- both teachers and students. serve, when the fresh fruit is not \'.
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ited the 4.000 ton a day factory of : to be obtained. :. I

the-Southern Sugar comp-any at Clew Friday night, January 17, all the I Method. I :
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I I invited to attend a meeting to be fruit. With a sharp knife, remove all THE CLEWISTON HOME BUILDING ASSN- 1 :
Mr. and Mrs. Frank O. Richmann I'i' held in the school house at this the peeling and rag. There are different

have moved from the Watanabe hotelto I time. There will be special speakersfor methods of doing this; one is '. lewiston Phone 101 Florida

an apartment in the Hooker .Building ,the occasion and every father is to cut a slice from both ends past
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on Sugarland highway.A. I i urged to come. the rag into the flesh of "hearts", ." .- .- ,.
then cut the rest of the peel and rag "
B. Anderson of Tampa was a i Paul Ley, engineer and Miss Ethel off in wide slices, cutting from one 4

business visitor here Tuesday. I Johnson, traffic superintendent of the end to the other. When this opera- .

Inter-county Telephone company were i tion is completed, you have in your
John Stockburger of the Benbow .I guests in Clewiston Sunday of Mr. hand a juicy ball, minus all rag, with

Farm of the Southern Sugar company I.and.. Mrs. R. M. Hare. al the "hearts" exposed. It is then

who underwent an operation for I an easy'matter to run the blade of r a

I appendicitis at the Lakeview hospital Miss Elsie Hare spent the week knife, or better yet, a pliable, flexible We Thank You '
I Is convalescing. end with Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Roureof bamboo paddle, between each heart

I Fort Myers. During her stay she and separate the segments from the
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Garst, Mrs. D. uas, guest of honor at a dance given rest of the membrane or rag. It is I

,I D. Garrett, W. D. Kinzie and D. c.1. by Mr. and Mrs. Roure; at their home. possible in this way to remove' every. We appreciate the interest the good people of Clewistonare

1 s "heart" entirely whole, free from all I taking in our new store. We shall always be glad to a
I gram sent by County Attorney Rider. rag and seed. (The seed remain at-
La Belle News tached to the core.) serve. you and shall expect you to advise us if you are not .

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Luths of Walled With the "hearts" freed from loag I satisfied. .

Lake, Michigan, have spent the and seed, pack solidly in a sterilized
By George Loveland Pettee last few days as guests of Mr. and fruit jar after adding one tablespoonful Our new location and improved method of service has

TAX PAYERS CONTEST SUIT Mrs. G. W. Pettee. of heavy sugar syrup to bottom proven popular with the buying public. We shall continue Ito

of each pint jar, or one-fourth tea-
Attorney Gravely, representing the Colonel H. A. Rider accompanied spoonful 'of salt may be substituted : serve you in our prompt and courteous way.
following tax payers: George M. Hen- G. W. and G. L. .
I Pettee to Fort My- I for the sugar. ,When jar is full l, adjust -
dry, L. M. Jennings, Watts Hall, 'filedan ers Monday HERE ARE A FEW SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY :
rubber and cover and process 35
cities suit Mon- I j T.
answer to the tax I : .,
I minutes at ISO degrees F. If canning r rI / ..: '

day, set forth an answer contestingthe Mr. A. J. Best, of the Fort Myers I in tin, exhaust for ''10 minutes, then : 5 pounds for ....-...................................... .. .. .
city's right to collect the 1925 j I I I RICE 25C )
I -air\ ''aa.\\ SIll alma ti'I: UJ sJ ssa.Id i'process as above. Store. in cool, dry
and 1926 taxes on the four principal .
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i Best is well -known in La Belle hauling : 1;
place. If "hearts"
packed sufficiently
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grounds. \ been here several '. Self rising, 24 pounds .... -... "
years ago. tight in jars, they will be \( FLOUR ,. 98C .. -.". :'
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id and tight at the close of the *'f.fV f.

board not advertised. Bryd Fraser is very low and is not I cessing. L,;<< pound ..... ....:..:......._..:: .:...................... _:: ? :
2. Amount of millage not set by I expected to live. Mr. Fraser was Orange Butter BUTTER 43'25C .
commissioners. :
stricken with a stroke of paralysis
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A'most delicious and wholesome"spread" '
3. Bonds not sold for cash but were week, ago. :' 7 p kgS ...,............ : yj :
similar to butter ? :
1 apple may WASHING POWDER
delivered to contractor as work was .. ; ; ,
be made from oranges. It spreads : .
done. Miss Lucia Pettee of Chicago well : :_::\/; .
better than most ,: .... ......... ..... .. .' :. :: :
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,Property owners acquired no known in La Belle, who has been seriously "f; JAM < 38C
_..j 6ent from proceeds of bonds. I ill for some time; passed away lies and is not so s\\eet. ) .,' >j".:: c\:1IV}: ; : .
Wash fruit '
.r This suit has caused quite a bit of j I Monday at her home in Chicago. Miss thoroughly. Remove any \ .\. -....,..'.:.:.-.... ..V.......:..".......;.. ..................... '1:"f.h ..
comment around La Belle, owing to Pettee was a sister of G. W Pettee of belmish spots, stem-end and core, ,: MILK-Ta"cans ;i.: :::; 10 t'\\ -
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its and Then cut into thin (?
complications, owing to the recent La ,Belle. : c. ...
appointment of Attorney Gravely as \ or better still put through food chopper .' ;. 5 string -................................................. ".' ;'.if ; '
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City Att.orney.Iayor. Royer was also using water '. <.;.;; :' I .. 1r. 1\\.F/. ) : 'j .'
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of 'a technicality of law his name did SUE LA BELLE This usually takes several rours. Fora \;..COFFEE; ; 37C & 47C :':i -
not appear. Tax payer C. E. Royeris According to a letter received by perfectly smooth product, put ." ( '.. : : '

contesting :Mayor: C. E. Royers city officials it is probable that Glades through the Dilver or fruit press.. .- :: ,<- t :' APPLE BUTTER N0'2 can .................... 14' '..{.'f:);}- ;;-'
light to collect these taxes At the beginning county may sue the city of La Belle Add granulated sugar, using only .. n : '" '
of this suit Mr. for non payment of the interest on half the weight of the fruit taken; .; .;:\ .t : :/.: .. r :'
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not 'major. The suit was filed in the bonds held Uy them. Following is the tb.t is, for each pound of fruit \r',! PORK & BEANS' : WLARD2pounds ::r J : :' .

spring of 1929. letter received by city officials. July I cooked, half a pound of sugar is add : :)' ', j : '
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first there was due to Glades Countysi ed. Cook the mixture rapidly]; in ."- ..,r..:. .. J'; :- .. ..... ................'. .....:................... .... 'I ,
xmonths interest on the La Belle I heavy aluminum kettle stirring carefully : .- 7- 25CFresh : ; '
The many friends of Colonel H. A. ; } j. : : t:' ,; ; ;:
bonds or twenty one hundred dollars. I until a small sample when r : ; : .
Rider are Glad to hear of his reap- January first a similar amount due or cooled, has the desired consistence, .' '.: '. .:.....-. RIB STEW pound, .,.'...........;............ ,... .....................,. 18C ....,.- I
,' pointment as County Attoiney. Commissioners i;: : <:' / .<
a total of forty two hundred dollars. usually beyond the jellying point. } .. ,S !

Murray, Stewart, Hooker :Non payment of this, interest has. Adding a small amount of shredded r ; quart jar ... ;.,. ... ::-f.;.... .:.................. .," :I' .
and Maddox I -. : ::: 35c.
voted for his PICKLES
appointment been discussed at the Board Meetingof pineapple to the orange mixture givesan I" ,
with Delaney voting against. the Commissioners and each time interesting,variation. ; ;. :;; : : :-r. '
Chairman Murray made a long speech pound :.,.. .... .. ... _...........
HAMBURGER I 18c
commending Mr.-Rider. I J... ,"i.' :;; r t. :< /' ,

Commissioner I ".; P&G. 3 bars ............ ...;.,..;................................ ..
and :Mrs. Seldon L. SOAP t 12CiBREAD .
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v a beautiful new, Hupmobile Sedan delivered LOOK SPECIALT. '; c. 3 loaves '.. : : : .... .,..........".... .
to them Thursday. Everyone .h.'t :, 25c c .

remarks at the beauty of this car. ,
: 1 gallon jug :.....:...c..l:,/:;,+;:.......'...,......... !

Hull G. W. and G. L. Pettee and Perry: R. LYLES ,NEW CASH GROCERY :. \ 79C'IINEGAR ".; ."f"->'. .

motored to Moore Haven on a ,< : pure pork. pound ........ .
business Friday. __ HOOKERS POINT SAUSAGE MEAT- 25c 'j : .

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In .Answer to the recent telegram'sent Vegetables at all times. ,' ..- '..': ,. .
by H. A. Rider, attorney for the .-'' ..

County Commissioners' of Hendry PAN AM GASOLINE 22C GALLON Fresh apalachicola oysters,. lamb, veal :" -' I
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western and native beef. .
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"Please in your budget

lor this year the completion of State Saturday and Sunday Only Fish Fillet of Haddock .. 1

Road number twenty five in Hendry January 18 and 19
County." Chairman Robert W. Bentley .
of the State Road Department replied "

,request"Will place completion before Road Departmentyour Twen Save n .oney. by filing your gasoline tank at ., FEARS GROCERY

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ty Five Hendry County this year." our

Many people believe that this road

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STORYOF From the trough the I I performed by hand labor in the com plans what has been done thus far I supply of'sugar, in' times of war or -" 0- '0. ',' co', t 7 .. .., =1 1J.

GLADES pumped to the upper mill pany's field work.: Nowhere, thus far, Is only a beginning of the Dahlberg peacean empire that will, ;restore the

it is weighed, purified, and has harvesting by machine been successfully touch. Within seven years, under a state of FlorIda which encompassesit W. EZELIJE, f D. D. S.

SUGAR TOLD 'to juice heaters I vacuum I employed. And In few placesha6 carefully evolved and tested programthe to the high,'place',.It':deserves in the (Dentist I ) ..

stallizcrs, and- \finally to as many other operations been Southern Sugar Company's ope- economic sun, an"'empire' '.that will X-RAY LABORATORY -

IN MAGAZINE machines which separate done by machine. In Cuba, for exam rations will beggar in scope the Impressive give profitable employment to thousands ." \ 'J' '.,
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grains from the molasses. ple, most of the cane planting is done inventory already offered of Americans, an empire conceived Hopkins BIdg. .
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tor then hoists the by hand labor. But the uniformly flat i and will represent, Investment of and condu'cle'd{ in the dauntlessand Clewiston Fla.. ,
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Illustrated Story of Sugar from which it is spilled nature of the Everglades and the over $72,000,000, with an annual net energetic spirit of crusa'de. ,' \

into 325-pound sacks for j I I undeviating nature of the. soil, as wellas I operating Income conservatively antlcipated' \ : : = = :: :: :: :::::== :

Bowl >in< Review refineries. The sugar mill | the absence of stumps and stones, i| at 1500000.; The 1.500.lons. I 'J. /
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Of Reviews. ton is by far the largest make! it possible to use tractors and I j per day cane capacity with which the e "

mill in continental United machinery with n minimum of hand Clowlsiton mill began operations last I 1 /

Editor's Note, This is the 'secondInstallment is of the la.lesi" type ; labor and a considerable economy of year has already ''been Increased to gd

of an article written by model of efficient operation. This is one of the factorson 4,000 tons' Within the seven-year period -.. S Lc9hIq

John Temple Graves, II, which appeared -An Inven'tory of I I j which the American Appraisal the company will have a to.ta\\ 1"

in the January number of Company in a recent report on the mill capacity of 3.1,000 tons of cane a

The Review of Reviews. Mr. Graves The Everglades are not Southern Sugar Company's Operations day and will be producing annuallyover /
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several in used to be. Tall based estimate that when full :
spent days Clewistqn an ope- 445,000 tons of raw sugarmore.than 1S \
material for his articleon Lake Okeechobee, ration is attained the will the entire
gathering property state of Louisiana has .. .,.,- .. f
the sugar industry in this ,.sec have been put to work in be able, by; these up-to-date methods, ever produced annually in the past. 1\ 1

tion. fields where once there to produce 96 per cent raw sugar at This Everglades operation Is not 'a ,. -.. .'" I
stir of wind in the saw most ':o.r,
a economical rate.A
mere incident in, sugar's story. It is .I I.

BY JOHN TEMPLE GRAVES II pany cal inventory has been today created Story Just Begun the most consummate chapter in that !' Thousands of extra miles are'built into 1.'

To the state of Florida this sugar story. Dahlberg has thought of the Ev 1 -
erties valued nt over $ 14 United States Tires, and our growing
development means lot these days. erglades as the future sugar empireof
The spirit\and temper of modern a
which Includes some 170,
Cle "istoll unfolds most perhaps, in It came ,at the height of the real estate our country, an empire that will business permits us to quote'you prices .
Everglades land oj
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boom, but its is associated gIve America her own dependable that break all '
the uniquely charming Clewiston, Inn coming ; records for mileage at low '
this land cleared; 8,920 ,
in whose dining rooms and lobbies .improvements! 7.033 far more with that happier periodfor r' cost. The New U. S. Royal! The U. S. .

there nightly assemble scientists, engineers I sugar cane growing; 3,168 Florida when speculation gives S .r 1 ) Jj Peerless! Both are built by the worlds '
way to production, haphazard toad- 1
executives, an animated citizenry .stubble cane growing;
ence, dreams to realization. .Clewis largest producer of rubber and guaranteed
mingling with interested pilgrims of land ploughed for next ) I
and talking 1 ships, shoes, sealIng ing; a 4,000 ton daily ton is today the most significant city i I'',, for life! '..:' '. \I
in the state. It spells Florida's first DR. J. C. NOWLING
wax:, cabbages, kings-and sugar. city sugar mill at ; r
I approach to its agricultural des- SfYulf
Nor are the vicinities of Clewiston ton mill at Canal Point Hopkins Building,
I tiny. It answers the scoffers 'and 1 I
the less transformed than the ton mill s'z. :
any a day projected j I '
: doubters who had grow of the CLEWISTOX, FLORIDA
weary
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town itself. Approaching, by motor next year; a vast equipage \ .,.r .{
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f eternal problem of the Everglades. It \ "
1 over hard-sl1'fa'c! d roads from eastor spurs, hoists, locomotives, i \.1.
bids, with the eloquence of what has Whatever price you want to pay, we havea I
L west (Palm Beach is only 60 miles plantation houses, plan = = --
i already been accomplished there, for tire that will astonish with its fine .
I away), or by train from either of two mess halls, miscellaneous : you ,
I directions, the visitor passes through caterpillar tractors, cane federal and state cooperation in securing I I I appearance and high 'qua1i y. !
o'perations'I for this country the economic
! mile on mile of giant cane stalks, ping ditchers, and II 5-
t prize that conquest of the 4,000,000 -
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their ranks serried at regular inter- involved in a sugar-growing
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Okeechobee acres will mean. C ly'y I :
vals with cane roads, drainage canals ing operation that stretches 1
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Bror Dahlberg has made his dream 71,4 PPIE; I
and water dikes. Or approacly en miles along 1i 1 ,
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come true. He has built a nempire. i .
ing by planes as Dahlberg himself from Moore Haven, I I
: And he isn't through-not by a long it\\Y U. S. Royal U. S. Peerless Traxion
does, he sees "hcAohim, like a land ton, to Canal Point, and 9 I
I I shot. Under present development '
! of checkerman di earns, vast areas of 1,000 square miles of adjac 29x4.40 $8.25 29x4.40 $6.30..29x4.40 $5.70

neatly carved. forty-acre squares in,,::|glades acreage. A fast exte 29x4.50 8.85 29x4.50 6.90

"" green, black' .. pmi biowu. The c blown :J Jsportation system is I DR. V. ,B. SMITHChiropractor 1 30x4.50 9.20 30x4.50 70030x4.50 6.60

.:. is the virgin Everglades "saw grass," { network of roads' and rails Easily Kills ,

waiting the first magic touch. The !1 give access to every I BELLE GLADE, FLA.Headaches. Rats, Mice, Cockroaches, 1t / 31x5.00 11.85 31x5.00 9.60 31x5.p5 10.35I av

black is the cleared, ploughed and ; vast. Acreage under : Waterbugs, Eic. / \
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-' treated Everglades "muck," waiting I solve the problem of I stomach After eating it they run for

.., the second magic. touch.. And the. I and machinery into and j water and fresh air to die out .
.,'. Q' r ,. liver and bowel side. SQ
green is the giant growth of Everglades I already teeming areas. I I Used by housekeepers ,
for 50 to rid of these
sugar cane, waiting the final gro labor which works troubles. Acute and years get

:1. touch at the sugar mill beneath the !! series of camps has been I II greatest known food destroyers BAKERS SERVICE STATIONS
: and disease carriers.c ,
Chronic.
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smokestack in the distance where which insure their comfort I I'I
a Qz. Size 350- 15 Oz Size $1.50 1
". Clewiston dimples with its yellow tiol, each "
gay camp with Its
'I MONEY BACK- IF IT Phone 322 Clewiston> Florida "Service Zip"Jt"c
FAILS
and ,white houses beside the 'vast blue- ters, mess hall, and Day and Evening ,
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of Okeechobee. A church for each three c .
I j Hours I iS ..
The Sugar Routine administration of men at .
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.: Back of the raw sugar. that is I makes Clewiston. an I : H: ;' <; .. : .A,. ,.1, :;;,:'i'h;: ;':,,:;, ?\< ;..." :: :::W.= .. .t;,%,, :;p;,;;.: 1; : ,, ,.y;j ,.,
at Southern Com- .
bagged the I Sugar. whose human units move ....- "" ..... '" ....... I .
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> pany's mills at Clewistou and Canal j and solf-iespecting INSURANCE : ,; < :
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(:. the saw grass and which involve all I and a part.Enlisted ..". \ ,

:. that is new and modern in the science MINDED J, ,-' 'I. ... t, ..... ... . .
of growth and manufacture. in this fa -flung ''':' '. : ) : U WC;: /.' : :: :- -: ; I \ '. .' .
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State'sACCIDENT
men of wide repute in the LIFE So. / -. : I". .' ". I ( ..lI
Forty square acres at a time, thecompany's >, > .
engineering, economic, & HEALTH '. :\ :>' '
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are being put :; a., :\ )
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ing of the most highly trained AUTO American <'.;'.i-! Won seen. ... .:
and planting processes which : '
... give the brown, black, and green in their several lines that FIRE & STORM I ;. i': .::::_ {". .. .<
could produce. Some American New Jersey. --. i ; : ; <' .
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checkerboard effect seen from the ,I > < .
,/: air. The saw grass is not cleared, butIilougLstd Outfitted by the Southern 1 f. sensational ne-w T-5 .. ;, -
', pany have developed a J31S3UOOU; ; : uJeL"J! '3JIJ! J ssewI | S-i-: S.-' .
;:; under. When the land has ;
; chine that : :
may shortly W. POWELL
' ....... Ji 1 * .'; i inches and treated with potash and .. ,
hand labor' in the Insurance Agent City Hall Bldg. ...
copper sulphate, it s allowed to lie "
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: Tallow for several months during I I cane. Harvesting and Pahokee, Fla. :. [ 4 q 1Ii n

which the soil: subsides about one day the only important ---I ) : T.

. '. foot and changes from the brownish -" ,. .t ;

t: color to the striking black that is so r L -. -

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suggestive its
of fertility. Then comes I

;N the plandlng. The "seed cane", for' I /1 .. Those who seek the utmost in motoring

(: planting is carefully chosen and represents '. ... satisfaction-at sensationally low prices

I the results'of cross-breeding. ,.. .. :>.1 .,. -should see and drive the Greatest Chev- S '.. .

.' experiments made all over the \'orldr ." :J. ; rolet in Chevrolet History now on IX. k.

Selected patches of the best cane, ", :' ;'. display in our showrooms! (
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', each stalk cut into "seed pieces" .','>i .
:;, ( MAKE r '. An improved 50-horsepower six-cylinder :
ALWAYS : .i.. '
twenty to thirty inches long, are NEWLYWEDS ':i ,
used. The seed piece contains threeto
_S :;,.:. "J shock absorbers! FuIIy-encIosedinternal- \ ;,
: six: joints or "eyes." These pieces OUR HOTEL THEIR HOMEA S. .I."," : :
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weather-proof
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1 are planted flat in the furrows and

i the new cane surings from the eyes. ..::\ ;:;. Heavier: and stronger rear axle! New non- .; ,.. ". o. :.

'. From one acre of cane enough seed dash .
'.' glare windshield! New gasoline ---- .- :
.: i cane can be had to plant twenty to '
And! of other features!'
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' food : : ; gauge scores new
start in life with 'cooked S / ,
i thirty acres. Between the planting right\ proper I \
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], '! for giowth' of the cane. When the \ ';:. ". handle-how flexible in traffic. And ', .. -7;., .. . .T .J

;i i\ l' cane is cut, "caterpillar" wagons taker .:, ., remember that it is now available- !,

:; it to loading stations," where mechanical desire i instarting !::: ,
r I What more could a young 'couple .' '
It]I fl hoists transfer it to thirty- -

(11; ton cane cars for rail. transportationto off life? '
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\Y ; the mill. These loading stations.Sire (1m

.i\!"-:... so located that no portion of the cane I at greatly 1 duced pr ices :
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;-; fields is farther than one an\l a half
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!if.:L. miles from a station. Rail lines,' built WIFE IN THE KITCHEN .
.::) r "DON'T PUT YOUR The ROADSTER ,,.".., .",,,, ,.,. ."""'''''' The SPORT CO.UPE. .. :........;..,......... ..
; by the company, run through various : :: ,:,; $495 : : .: $625
; ; ; parts of the area from the loading stations BUT DINE AT THE WATANABE AND .

:. ; to the mil1s.Those lines are supplemented I The PHAETON: .....:.:.:.:;...........::.R;:::............. $495 The, CLUB SEDAN ...._:........... ..........:..'. $625

;i"" j by the regular rail lines. of KEEP HER FOR A PET." '. '. ", I*' ... (,. .

,.; : ; the Florida ast Coast Railroad and. The' SPORT ROADSTER. .........:;........... The SEDAN .......................,........ ....:..........:...
I $525 : $675
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': the'Atlantic Coast Line Railway, .

which the company has 'arranged to .. '.... ":',::. I The' COACH; ............,............:.................. $565 The SEDAN DELIVERY ... $595 .

use for its sugar cane transporting. .

/.', J. The cane cars, drawn by company THE WATANABE HOTEL. The. COUPE ..:......................r......:.......... $565 The. LIGHT DELIVERY CHASIS $365

locomotives, bring the cane into the ; _
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mill yards at Clewiston and Canal The ONE and ONE-HALF :TON CHASIS -'. ,....,..:-................... $520
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Point where it is automatically MRS. CLAUDE DOWNS, Manager. "

I dumped into huge cane pits. From the The ONE and ONE-HALF TON CHASIS WITH CAB ......................
: \ pits the cane is caught by an endless. 1 I $625 S

c conveyor and carried up to a "crush .
All Prices F. O. B. Factory Flint Mich.
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er" which delivers it into a series of

"mill rolls," the' cane juice flowing \ (j,

down into a long trough beneath and SMOOTHER! FASTER BETTER SIX
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'::,' PAGE EIGHT CLEWISTON NEWS. CLEWISTON FLORIDA FRIDAY, JAN = : = =.;

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k campaign of opposition to the tariff Hay in a Challenger, Lyman Deuse moisture without destroying the tex ...- 1
: MIAMI LOOKING I policies, of the United States among :and Frank Snyder of Clewis on' in a. ture of attractive appearance of' the fELECTRICWo.RK
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various Latin-American countri e s. Challenger, Freddie Lund' in a Waco, food. Therefore in order to preventthe DIVIDENLTORYSAFETY ,
';:.. FOR CONTINUED Much bitterness was aroused by his Leslie Bowman in a Fairchild, A. B. growth of these organisms, and THAT PAYS BIG .

efforts. Cartoons against the United McMullen in a Travelair, Clarence thus preserve our food in the best AND COMFORT.; +\ !

BRISK SEASONConditions States were published at his Instigation McArthur in ,a Waco 10 and H. G. possible condition, we remove the \ :

r in the South American press. Bisonettc in a Spartan. warm temperature-in other words, "Don Strike a Match-Press a Button" \___ '
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Are the United States living under our SCOUTS TO HOLD The story of refrigeration is the I
Living CANTRELL
r: flag protected by our laws domi- MEETIN ON DIKE story of temperature. Remove one ELECTRIC COMPANY:

:' : Reasonable In East ciled under the aegis of our constllu.1 factor-warm, temperature-and the Clewiston, Fla. Phone cI f

EI;; Coast Resort.MIAMI I, tion, enfolded by the ,'. (Continued from Page 1) ,{ growth of bacteria will be retarded. G!
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I I'f!I civilization environed by all the symbols Low temperature even freezing does I

\.:.. Fla.. Jan. IG.1930.---\\Tlth: of those high principles on which Bestor, George Surles, Elmer Mont- not kill these organisms but simply I %
f but a few weeks to go before reaching :I'I this; country has been built up unto Horace Walls, Charles Surles, George slows down or Inhibits their growth. 11

;\ the peak of the Miainf season, j j jI i I I[ greatness. He told the committee he gomery, Richard Bestor, Bobbie Hare, The freshness of food depends more DRESSMAKING AL TERA TI 0' ,

I "" hotels Here are reporting about 75 per I Is President of a company that has \Van\ Bush, Frank Cothern and... Richard upon the environment in which it'ls .

,; cent capacity generally with apart-I what he referred to as a small inter White. kept than upon the length of keeping PLAIN AND FANCY SEWING -6r (
; ment demand slightly below. Although est in ,Cuban sugar properties, albeit A feature: of the meeting Friday time, and this Is as true after the

..:., thousands of tourists do not arrive when he mentioned figures 'this Cu- night will be tenderfoot tests for the : food reaches the home as during the I MRS. J. W. SWAIN JR. ;

before the end of January Miami is ban sugar interest was placed bYhim scouts who are prepared. Four scoutsare period of marketing and transporting ,

counting, on a record influx immediatelY at fourteen minion dollars and the expected to take the test. it. The idea in household refrigeration I .. Graduate Seamstress I'" \,

,.' following duo to the reopening capitalization of his company at is not to buy as much food as Located at (

: of additional hotels and the resumption -i $175,000,000.00, mostly invested in a POSTPONED LEGIONINSTALLATION the housewife can afford at once and Darcy Oderless Dry Cleaning :

of racing .at the Miami Jockey II railroad in Cuba. This apparently accounts CEREMONY keep it as cold as possible. The whole Sugarland Highway C. i,[
Club. for his activities along lines system of production is based on the l

A check of the city's hotels, including the committee was created to investi (Continued from page 4)) fact that the housewife demands fresh I Reasonable Prices Prompt Service
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the Everglades, McAllister, Columbus gate. The lawyer, also, is a citizen of foods each day. Her refrigerator is .
',' Gralynu, Watson and El Commodore the United States and tho testimony week will be followed next Tuesday simply the means of keeping this ; \
shows that there are still ample showed that he was to be paid $75- night which call for the installation food in the best possible condition after )E : : < :' .-_ <-: -:':, :<' I

accommodations for visitors but thereis 000_ largely because of his theoretical 'ceremonies to be started with a banquet it arrives in the home until it is l !

every indication that Miami will access to the President's ear. 0I after which will be the induction ready for consumption. The temperature -

reach its peak capacity about February I Judas Iscariot would be considereda nl the new officials into office. in the household refrigerator PURE MILK

first. I scab nowadays. He worked too Newly elected officers to be Inducted should never be allowed to rise above ff"f"
The Miami Biltmore Hotel, now : cheap. to office are Captain F. Deane 50 degrees F., and foods which have

owned jdbtly by Former Governor I I Duff, commander, Dick C. Miller, ad- just come from the market refrigerator You are always safe when you buy :,;6'' I t tOUR

Alfred E. Smith and a group of his I B. C. DAHLBERC PLEASED jutant; James E. Beardsley, post his- should be placed at once in the
associates, recently reopened for the WITH LOCAL PROGRESS tor ian; Sims R. Connell, chaplainand home refrigerator. It is the last link PURE GUERNSEY MILK \\1

season which releases accommodations -j Ed Butler and Barney Thomas, in the long chain of refrigerationwhich
additional guests. ts-at-arms. keeps food in prime condition Clewistonites> realize this therefore we have
for an 1,000 I (Continued from Page 1)) sergean ,
There is still a brisk demand for j from the time it is ready for the been forced to purchase additional cows to .. '

apartments but (due to the fact that M. Burguieres of West Palm Beach. GEORGE HEINZ AND market until it Is consumed in the f supply the demand. .. i

Miami has, more apartments availablethis The inspection tour began at the CLYDE SWEAT ARE individual homes. ,
year than last the demand has Canal Point end of the sugar belt MARRIED WEDNESDAY --- j

not cut down the supply to the extent where Mr. Dahlberg and his party KETTLER PRESENTS i
CLEWISTON DAIRY
COMPANY
it did last year. According to ate lunch after an inspection of the (Continued from page 1)) TWO BIG FEATURES 8 i.

The City of Miami Apartment Rental cane fields. M'LAGLEN, & BRIAN I I
Bureau, which maintans a serVice to On the trip by automobile'from Canal an apartment in the hotel barracks. -- II I
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tourists ,through the winter there are 1 I Point to Clewiston, the! party Those 'attending the ceiemony The first half of the week begin- -:::::: :::::=::=:::::::<::::: :: :::::=::: :=:: : :: :: :::::::::: :=: = :::: :::::: :: ::= 2= i

scores of apartments to be had at I'I stopped at....the Everglades. experiment! Wednesday afternoon, were Mr. and ning Saturday for a run of four days. )-t
rates that range: from $300.00 to $900 I al station and arrived i nClewistonl Mrs. William G. Ames. Mr. and Mrs. the Public Kettler Theatre of West

for the length of the season. I shortly after two o'clock Roy L. Simpson Merril W. Perkins Palm Beach presents the laughing, PHONE 105 I I.

The new rental plan,adopted by i Both the sugar baron and his guests Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Allhands. Mrs.R talking movietone, "Hot For Paris" ..
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the City of Miami, has proved itselfof j I were visibly' impressed with the scene Y. Patterson Mrs. ,C. A. Jackson, featuring the start of Cockeyed World '
,definite value to the visitor who I at the 4,000, ton a day sugar factory Sam Frazer, Dr. and Mrs. W. T. Bailey Victor McLaglen continuing his cock- FOR DINNER PARTY RESERVATIONS

has the opportunity of renting a Miami where they followed the sugar cane and Tom SmithPreservation i eyed adventures with chick Fifi Dor- \

apartment before making the trip grinding operation from the dumpingof I say' and well know Russian comedianEl OR
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south. Under this plan there are still the ,cane into the pit, through Of Brendel.
TO ARRANGE FOR GUIDES'FORFISHING
available about 1,500 units accommodating crushing and rolling process until the ._ "The Marriage Playground," Para
ffom two to four persons each. I raw sugar was bagged and loaded Into Food In Home Is mount's all-talking screen adaption of
OR HUNTING
The smaller hotels have not yet :j waiting box cars at the north end Told By ExpertBY Edith Wharton's well known novel, PARTIES.

begun ,to feel any, congestion and ,. of the factory. I"The Children", will be presented at I J
these numbering more than 25 offer The president and his party also NEILL I JAMES the Publix Kettler the last half of the .
very low rates to the prospective visi made a thorough inspection of the We refrigerate foods in' order to I week starting next Wednesday. Heading THE CLEWISTON INN .

cane fields and left here Tuesday: afternoon preserve them and .in preserving them a cast of talented players are \ \

\ for Miami where Mr. Dahlbergwas it is desirable to retain their nutritive Mary Brian, Fredric Marsch, Lilyan CLEWISTON FLORIDA
,/ : guest of honor at a dinner givenby value, flavor and attractive ap- I Tashman and six 'adorable youngsters IOIn'The Center of America's.,New Sugar Bowl"! i
IS TOLD
WASHINGTON the fnd ustrial board of the city of pcearance. The spoilage of food is about,whom the picture's. Unusual \
OF CUBAN ACTIVITY
Miami. due to the presence of three organisms : action revolves. -

-yeast, mold, aOml bacteria. No I As produced by Paramount and :\
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[SUGAR ACTIVITY matter, how careful we are, foods. : played by the talented cast, "Marri I

he would be able to talk to President BRINGS PRAISE which come in contact with ,air or II age Playground" emerges as a fascinating I
Hoover about jt and give the President water acquire bacteria, yeast and and distinctive picture, It r Ir I
(Continued from; Page 1) I that
the right slant; that is to say, molds. possesses aU.those ingredients >
their slant. Their spokesman, told this One bacterium or one mold or one: make it one of tho season's outstand- MORE \SUGAR FROM 1 THE EVERGLADES ;,
to th 'Lobby Investigation'Commit- duction in Florida, and preferred the yeast plant would not be harmful to ing pictures; a sincere, believable,

teo without>:. reservation. and it accomplished sugar subject to any other. food. It is the growth that causes the I beautifully presented story of indi- I
"Florida Is stable in financial \
1 becoming trouble. In order and'multi scribable charm.
all that the most eager to grow I
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sensation-monger could have wished matters, he said. ply these organisms need food, moisture Mary Brian's performance as Judy i I i y'J '

l for and far\ more'- than the witness Mr. Mott evpressed the opinion that and a warm temperature. It is Is the highspot of her career: Fredric !, 0 After_ almost a solid year of construction, ;,
the airplane business will continue its
wished for and far more than his Impossible to remove their food sup March as Martin Boyne also gives a I
present rate of growth, but that it And Lillyan, during which the Clewiston
remarkable performance.
principals wished for. ply, for they, feed upon foods which factory of the r
never will equal the automobile in- foods Tashman Francis Huntly Gordon -
are for our body-also most Kay
It from the testimonhow-
ever appears that the influence of the lawyer dustry. Airplanes are practical onlyas foods are moist. Milk, fresh fruits and and William Austin as the shallow Southern Sugar company was increased from
a means of quick personal trans- vegetables and left-over ae exam \ reckless parents are excellently I I
with the. President was just ,a gleamof
promise to the eye and was broken portation, he said, and never can be ples. It is impossible, to J remove the i! cast. Ii a J,500 ton ,a day capacity mill to the largest ,;

to the hope. He never got any closerto I made except more of the useful lightest for kind.carry produce, ...II..N11111II.I.INIII.I'. '. .. .. ." .. .. .. .. ,. ..II..II..IINII.. .. ..N11., ...111111N.. .. ,. .. ..NN.. ..NNI.NN11. . ....../1.X11111. ...I......1:.IIN11:1. ....1:1.........11.11.. .. ... single unit
.. sugar cane factory in the continental ,
the President than the office of a. :
The airplane party, after making a ':;: I
one of the President's secretaries, short trip Ito New Orleans, will return :.. 0 "'0 .PHONE 332 ;,,.. :.. United States. Clewiston is about to ship ,
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which is something almost anybodycan .. .' : .
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do. However that _dubious out- last 10 days has traveled in his plane :: FOR STOVE WOOD : ,/: :\<. :!: Everglades grown: and ground sugar to the re + ,
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come does from au-
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from Chicago to Los Angeles, back to : Jr
dacious spirit _the unconventional Chicago to Clewiston and to Miami fineries. '
Any length-Oak and Pine : .
bravado, in which the scandalous
pro .
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gram Through was conceived.a grotesque error they I and coverage Chicago.will to continue New Orleans his, long and distance back to =::= Delivered any place in Clewiston :;: ..,s;:;:;:;'.: 'i ii; i ::;::'P :,''L- '" ;;-:" -' ( : .


picked the wrong man. How happy for
them might have been the outcome TRADE I PLANS TO : HARLEM WOOD YARD i Construction of )>

had they thought of selecting the .
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ments has
President's barber instead of his law- t { {- r {-} {- {- stady
No would then have .
yer. secretary (Continued from page 1)) the rapid expansion of
stood in the way. With his neck baredt

othe razor what could the President of continuing the campaign. Official A. C. L. Railroad watch inspector tivities resulting in
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have done listen
except ? Failing the
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Cecil V. Parkinson, president of the I
barber ,there was the President's den local league commenting on the activity builders. .
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tist. With his mouth pried open anda of the local merchants said: M. P. BOGGS '
rubber gag adjusted against his tongue -
"The trade at home campaign was
what arguments, or even peremp- unquestionably a success and whilean JEWELER ;0

tory demands, in behalf qf Cuba, excellent impression was made on ; .
might have been presented to the local people the value of consistencyshould Expert Watch, Clock & Jewelry Repairs BOWL"i
'President's helpless consciousness! I
not be overlooked., We have For
On reflection Clewiston Florida Hays B'ld'g.
the hiring of the learned that local people are ready I
President's lawyer seems to have and willing to cooperate with us in I
been inexpressibly foolish and fore our buy-at-home move and whether

doomed to failure. President HooverI Clewiston business, is done at home I CLEWISTON
s too smart to talk to a lawyer his or carried to other cities depends to a

or ally other. If you say to a lawyer I i large extent on the aggressiveness of CLEWISTON FOLKS .
"What time is it?" or "How is your the local merchant." Clewiston -
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wife?" you get: a bill the next day
for fifty dollars. Even the White CLEWISTON SET THE HOTEL TA-MIAMI

House laundryman might have accomplished AS SECOND STOP : I
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more than the President's : j' :
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lawyer. He might have refused to 1 (Continued from page 1) SUGAR .
wash the Presidential shirts unless f
the President agreed to "come clean I rett :Williams In an Eagle Rock, George The Most Perfectly Ventilated Hole'' In the South" flil i ,

on Cuba." 1\ Haldeman in a Bellanca, William '

It appeared, too, from the testimonyof \ L. Snowden In a Travelair, George Storage Space Across Street (i'. European Plan I Io '''-
the witness that he had personally M. Keightley In an Eaglerock MajorG.
fomented, in behalf of the Cubans, a l B. Smith in a Challenger, Lomey I ,






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