The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: February 28, 1930
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
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System ID: UF00028415:00255
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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1E'1ie C't 18 New.- Where Industry And Ag : '

The Center Sugar of America's Bowl I New.; : ew' ttOn. S ; ., ,. I rlculture Meet :1':,,.. .

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,' ;' Hudson Is I Named ran o / Head .MerchantsJ' ROAD

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-, CURRENT'! YEAR CANE EARLY j 1:! EVERGLADES NEW 9' HOLES Large Meeting Delegation Of State Road At

Department In Jack. .

( P. J. Burguieres>< Tells Cane Crew Members GetAway anufacturer's 5 Record Opening Of New, Links sonville.
Richmann And -
; Invention To Get To Early StartIn 'I Carries Three Page Attracts Large
Also Elected .
; Yield. Spring Training.Clewiston Story Of Sugar. Crowd Daily. Completion of the Sugarland highway -
Higher Sugar ><
To Be Principal I.t from the' Palm Beach county

er Next Month. I interestiny plan for increasing ball players shook the ;Recognizing the importance of the I I With a record crowd attending line through Clewiston to La Belle'
I : and the Lee County ine was definite.
sucrose or sugar content in sugar dust from thelrg baseball gloves last sugar industry in the northern Everglades Clewiston's first nine holes of the 18

(fl J G. V. Hudson, local I was explained here pesterdap Sunday, to unlimber in the first: prac- the Manufacturer's Record 'in I hole golf course was officially opened t ly assured at Tallahassee Tuesday
when: the state highway department
1 named president of the Dennis P. .J. Burguieres, of Louisa tice of the season on the Clewston tljaFebiiiary 6 issue devoted two and Sunday and in less than a week the
I included this work in the 1930 budget
: Better Business. League at ., president of the Cypremort com- school diamond. a half pages to the following accountof community residents have become

\ >. election of officers held at ny, who is in Clewiston conferring The players tried infield and out- Thc Southern Sugar company. operations golf enthusiasts. One of the largest delegations at

meeting in the Clewiston Dr. B. A. Bourne, Southern Sug field practice with Floyd McIntyre : Players began to arrive ,early Sun- the road department meeting was

II day night, Mr. Hudson who Company pathologist. showing" up to good advantage in the \!st_ month the' largest canes sugar day morning and throughout the, day I present in the interest of this road.

C. V.' Parkinson; came to \ Burguieres who received his outfield. mimln the ,United States began operation the course was crowded.: During the Captain F. Deane Duff and Judge J.
I more than' a year ago from i nt for his sucrose increasing de Hardly hud the first. ball been at Clewiston on the south week the course is filled with golfers L. Doggett heading the Clewiston t

I,! I Fla. He is one of the on February from the United tossed when automobiles began to arrive shore of Lake Okeechobee. It marked I who play from six to nine holes after delegation which included Louis A. f

, bers of the local merchants government said he was great-'I and occupants of the cars on the the 3H1 comPletion of the second major working hour. Morgan, Glenn Heard and Jim Beard-

I L tion and has been active in impressed with the appearance of I sidelines swapped memories' of some step-;in the conversion of- the Florida The course with its wide fairways sley. From Fort Myers were Judge
here during the season's best Everglades ''what to be and rolling has enthusiastic 'Whltehurst, Jim" Clements, Paul
past year. sugar cane in this section and of last games.1The into promises greens' brought -
f Frank O. Richmann, the entire operations of the two hour workout last Sundaywas I one-:':of the world's greatest sugar- comment from all who have Grubbs and Judge Whitney with HurdL.

II neer and owner-manager of Sugar Company. informal as no call for practicehas i, producing areas. played it, while school children are. Reeves, Jim Taylor, II. A. Rider

I,I iston Furniture company Burguieres' interesting, plan for yet been sounded by the Clew, Five'years agoXJlewiston was llothi increasing their pocket money by E. L. Rogers and J. W. Christie from

I vice president succeeding asing sugar content in cane was iston team officials. It Is expected, i i.PtEut a wide spot in a very muddY'ro'ad caddying. Other youngsters have gone La Belle. From the east coast appearing -

:, fries and Miss Marian by him as '''follows: however, that Elbert L Stewart, chair wandering aimlessly into the into the salvaging business and early in the interest of the Sugarlland

,r elected secretary-treasure. to my invention, I accom I' (Please turn to page 4) (Please turn to page 8)) I'I'i' morning and late afternoon will find highway were Senator Alfred H.

Other nominees were artificially the checking of the ;. them wading in the water holes for Please turn to page 8

I I (Prease turn to page ,,; of the stalks with the conse- golf balls topped by new enthusiasts

I I ripening of the cane by supply- LOCAL I MERESTAdults r MELVILLE SHOWS unable to overcome the mental haz-

to the tops of the stalks a finely ard of seeing a water hole in front of LOCAL BOY SCOUTS

i CROPS AND material which attacks, but IN KNOW\ FLORIDA WILL PLAY HERElylALL the tee.

I not destroy the "bud" of ,the Another interesting joint already
POINT TO i and which retards,the formation brought out is that Clewiston golfersare
chlorophyl in the leaves and conse : a sportng group as indicated in

ROFIT )' checks the growth of the .1- the fact that few floaters have been NEW EXAMINATIONS
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... .This arrested-growth results in ." '', used on the water holes. .
And Children Plano -
1< Completes
Membership is Increasing rapidly
8)D. material increase in the sucrose I

Cabbages, .: .in the stalks after such Equally Interested Bring Players ,with new names being added daily.At Second Class Badges To

Onions To Insure ,, In State Facts. To Community.Bert the time of going to press the following Be Awarded By, Kight
have found suitable substances for had paid their dues for the
On March 14.,
tinued I month of March: Captain F. :Deane
mixtures containing lime
purpose I Local interest in Know Florida Melville's dramatic stock company
I Duff. Glenn Heard, C. A. Jackson, J.
Please turn '
: ( to Page 4))
/ Week was clearly reflected 11 the number will spend a week in Clewiston With all candidates having success-
I Farmers in the no : I A. Davis, W. D. Cole, II. A. Bestor,
glades will enjoy an of people finding answers to the beginning next Monday night, it was fully passed their tenderfoot tests
A. L. Hackett, M. W Bigg E. E. Kelly
of prosperity with the : 15 questions, on Clewistou and Florida announced yesterday following com- I members of the Clewiston troop of
Chorus Men0F1' John Mowry, Fred Puryear, Hubert
the, published; in last week's ssue of the pletion of arrangements with the I Boy Scouts are now centering their
spring '
crops according Land, Dave' Alston, Paul Deam, H B
DaintilyIn Clewiston News. Although the prizesfor Clewiston Post the American Le-
S. Harvel of the Harvel of attention on work to pass .the second
English. O. L. Jeffries, Tom Shelley,
I pany who yesterday .1930 Scandals those getting all questions correctwas gion under whose auspices the six class examinations, some of which
I Dl". J. C. Nowling, B. G. Noles, Victor
survey of agricultural -, I limited to school children, grown evening shows will be given., Blate: Louis A. Morgan and Tom have already been held.

, r Miami Locks to :Moore Six foot chorus men, daintly un I ups of the community followed the A location back of the Clewiston Smith. At the meeting last week in the auditorium -

, l Tomatoes, onions and I I before the footlights In an questions as keenly as the children' ,News building was selected and the I II of the Clewiston school
Below listed ten brief facts show will moved in the .
, J. will return the largest interpretation' Spring are on be here over, second class tests Included first aid
,t these three varieties be one of the features of the Florida prepared by the Florida State week end, to be ready for the openingof I Ceoltex Now Used- I and naming the 16 principal points of

I exceptionally bright for l Scandals of 1930 to be chamber of commerce in connection the first performance Monday ; For Dynamite Base I. the compass. Other tests will be Included -.

and. good prices.Harvesting by the Ladies Aid socie with Know Florida week program night. I in later examinations.

t.l '" of cabbages i of the Clewiston Community Gainesville, Jackson county, annually i The first offering will be "A Wise I An interesting example of the ef- ,I Plans are now being formed for a

1 way now and some beans urch, it was learned this week. ships more watermelons than any ,Child" a show now running on, Broad. ectiveness of modern research Is hike for the local troop members to
; picked. Market 'tinder the other point in the world. Jefferson (Please turn to Page 4)) few weeks.
r for supervision of Mrs. I shown by The Celotex Company be held within the next
cellent and buyers are Dunaway who spent several county produces SO per cent of the which is now reclaiming the waste On this hike, it. was explained by

:') from Palm Beach and in a study of ballet work, the (Pease turn to-page 4) Louisiana surplus manufacturing waters and Dick White: assistant scoutmaster,.
:'J The outlook for tomatoes chorus is rehearsing every I making from it a special materialfor the boys will have the opportunity

:S t. that it will be, one of the to master the fine points of Alston Opens New '. Man Visitor Here use i in the manufacture of dyna- of taking some five of more examinations -

.:', years. in this section. There graceful art.Monologues. I mite and other explosives known .i l for second class. badges, in-
,tween 800 and 1,000) acres one act playlets, Store In Civic i. C. D. Kemper, vice president and as low density permissibles. cluding cooking, hacking, signallingand

.: : toes in the area from and soft shoe and': buck Center Section.Julius general manager of Stirling Sugars, Shipments of this material.are building and caring for a fire.

to Moore Haven, Mr. Harvel wing dancers are also Includ- Inc.', of Franklin, La., "accompaniedby now being made to various concerns Announcement was also made :yesterday -

and indications are that on the program which it is be Alston, one of the pioneer iMrs. Kemper visited the Clewis- /including such companes as the Du- that H. O. Kight of Fort My

shipments from his area ,,, will be one of the most suc- merchants of Clewiston who last 'ton factory of the Southern Sugar pont, Hercules and, Atlas, and to various ers, scout executive for this district
tween 100 and 125 cars. The Ladies Company last Saturday. Please turn to Page 4)) -
plays staged by the year sold his grocery store and meat companies in Europe.' ( I
.. w season will start about April market 'on Francisco street has Mi\ Kemper was on his way to Cuba

Harvesting of onions will The show will be offered within to negotiate the purchase of raw
'f'iJ moved his fixtures and with a com-
. Please sugar to operate the Stirling factory GIRL SCOUTS PLAN EARLY MORNING
( turn to page ) next few weeks. plete' line of meats and groce-ries has
through the summer months. Recog-
: )' again. opened for business in the
nized as a man of prominence in the HIKE AND OPEN AIR MEAL TOMORROWKeenly
SUNSHINE Hopkins building in Cue Center.In .
OBSERVES : his new location, Mr. Alston will I' sugar industry Mr. Kemper who. is in
charge of operation of one of Louisi -
have one of the most modern storesIn
WEDDING ANNIVERSARY IN SUGAR BOWL the community and although he ana's largest factories was highly interested in the scout, dron, Jewel Lowe, Mae Lilly Stone,
I pleased to see such a large modern ,. Vesta Allen, MarciaAvant
Betty Spicer
has been in his new location but a '- movement, members of the Clewiston -
factory in operation in Clewiston I Margie Harvel, Frances Taylor -
week, he is enthusiastic .
over the pos- of Girl Scouts under the ."
fj To thoroughly appreciate? what is ,,, with the Florida Power and Light sibilities.In particularly since the harvesting of I troop and Leola Mountain.At .

being done in the sugar belt in the i Company service has accomplished addition to his stock of nationally the Louisiana cane crop is finished. I: direction of :Mrs N. C. Storey, captain a meeting scheduled for 3:30

; ...: northern Everglades, one must visit wonderful results in a series of industrial I advertised grocery goods, Mr. The sugar man said that with such I.I. are planning a series of activities today at the home of Marcia Avant,
h i' i climate; the modern factory and the the Leola Mountain will undergo
: the 'Clewiston section according to advertisements acquainting Alston will handle Florida and western during the next few weeks she and
". Floridans with the industrial and 'agricultural meats in the meat department railroad facilities, Clewiston and Flor first of which will be a morning hike their hostess test by acting as host-
I George
Hilty, advertising director
i possibilities of the state. which will be in charge of Mr. Ivey Ida has a wonderful future as a sug- with breakfast to be cooked in the ess to the troop.
the Florida Power and Light company -I In ar country. morning1Ike'
several of these advertisements who was associated with ,him in the open tomorrow morning. Another feature of the
I' I'" :: who spent the week end here and the sugar industry in the northern Francissco street location. He also expressed pleasure at finding Meeting at Mrs. Storey's house at tomorrowmorning will be the

I;.! '; celebrated his thirty-fifth wedding Everglades was featured, he having I many prominent sugar men connected six o'clock tomorrow morning the examinations in semaphore signalingfor

I I.; ,, anniversary in the Sugar Bowl sent a special photographer\ here to CELOTEX BOOTH with the local, factory., girls will hike to a designated spot the local troop members.The .
Returning 'from Orlando where he I get view of the mill, fields and other \ where they will prepare and serve local troop was organized last

1,''. attended the annual meeting of the scenes typical of the activity in this Acousti Celotex is used .on' the Glades Weather breakfast. Mrs. Storey will be In' I ;November and members jlnclude

.I -:z.. South Florida Press Association, Mr. industry. / walls, ceiling and inside of the door charge of the hike assisted by: the I Louise Waldron. Mary Bush, Mae

I Hilty arrived in Clewiston late Saturday "I )have read considerable about in a telephone booth in ,the general Date Max. Min. Evap. troop lieutenants, Mrs. Spcer, Mrs. Lilly Stone, Betty Spicer, Vesta, Allen

afternoon and spent"Sunday on Clewiston," Mr; Hilty said, "but the I I I office of the Clewiston Company Its Feb. IS 73 52 .169 Yancey and Mrs. Winu. Marcia Avant, Margie Harvel, Fran-

.' an Inspection tour of the Southern uicture is incomplete until one sees I I effectiveness Is shown In the fact Feb.. 19' 73 50 .092 At the regular meeting last week ces Taylor, Jewel Lowe Leola Moun-

...... Sugar Company properties in this it. Mrs. Hilty and I are observingpur I that with the door closed, noise of Feb. 20 76 51 .136 nine members of the Clewiston Girl tain, Evelyn Hare and Velma Webb.

section.Mr. I thirty-fifth wedding anniversaryand typewriters, adding machines and Feb. 21 74 51- .170 Scout troop successfully passed their Mrs. N C. Storey is captain and

Hilty who Is prominent in the we thought It appropriate that other office noises are excluded. The Feb. 22 75 54.5 .177 tenderfoot tests and, were awarded lieutenants assiting -her are :Mrs.

i' state as the originator of the phrase I we spend. It in the" nation's nesugar.: Acousti Celotex booth has brought Feb. 23 :,,.. :75 .56" .....129Feb.21 membership pins.. Those who re-I Spicer, Mrs.', T.' F. Yancey and Mrs.
"Sunshine Service" In connection I! biwl." I I *
Louise Wai1 :Maxwell ,
I praise from. the office, workers. 77 54.5 .173 ceived their pins were
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I I i lack of public spirit than for any other reason; ,

The Clewiston News ,. 1I 1- ---

.' Successor to The Clewiston Progress i CLEWISTON FOLKS, '
That a city is just what its citizen make it. v '

Entered as second-class matter February 8, 192S. at the post officeat! :. I .'. r.. i

Clewiston, Fla., under the Act of March Z, 1879. ,' .I. THE HOTEL TA..MIAMIS '. '
If there is something wrong? with its citizens, the city is wrong in every way S .1 :, Z't't

OU/S A. MORGAN ... ..............._..:........:.........:.......:...r..:..; Publisher .:- [
TOM SMITH ....................,......................,................................... Editor The future ,holds wonderous, certainties" for the city i that is full of public '( YOU i

Subscription ,RatersBy spirit d citizens. _
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mall outside of Florida. By mall in Florida :Marvelous development is ahead of the city y that has a spirit of' progress- "The Most Perfectly, Ventilated Hotel In the South.
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$2.00Six : ,
One -
$2.50 year: I
One year < spirit of'progresslveness makes citizens better fit to .do their ,
Six months I..I., 1-50 months 1-00 .' : Storage Space Across Street European ,Plan f
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.?5 share of building. ;: i ,
Three mouths 1.25 Three months .. I city I r I

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1. Definite control of Lake Okeechobee, with water transportation. It takes no Superior wisdom to know .that a bostingo spirit makes citibens

2. Early completion of the higrways for local transportation and concen" cooperate together in a :way that builds bigger, better cities. i I II

tiation of products. .. I CLEWISTON CAFE. _: i
revision of freight rates on vegetables and r
3. A substantial -V. I i

other products of this region to the northern markets. r In cities where everybody works and nobody shirks you will always find' THE ONLY PLACE OF ITS KIND .IN GREATER 'i

4. The full functioning of a cooperative marketing association for both, that boosting spirit-a spirit of. hospitality, cooperation S and pep all combined. I CLEWISTONOPEN i l

buying and selling purposes.. f .. .
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1930 \ [
Prejudice'ag in8t the home city s like a bad case of indigestion. It destroysthe : '. We
serve only the best the market affords I

kind of action that builds and produces. '
Clewiston merchants are becoming ''x ,-: I
Encouraged by their first year of activity / .

even more interested in the Clewiston Better Business League and Grit and a'determination to succeed. builds better cities. : S I :. OYSTERS SPECIALTY

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forming plans fora greater year in 1930. i .' r
Home Made Pies
The Florida Times Union reports I WANTED ",,' .: :. I;,
At last week's, meeting it was decided that nominal dues be collected to ( "' '
I that experiments with the Brazilian i I Man for farm work. r.:, -" ;. .Enjoy your Sunday Chicken Dinner At l : r
carry on the work of the association. That the merchants association can rubber tree in Florida during the F. Schubert '. I t
I The Clemston Cafe-The Home of Good Coffee. l
be a power for good in Clewiston must be readily admitted by those who ,past two seasons have been very suc- Bare Beach. ,,
cessful according to Dr. O. F. Cook of
have studied the operations of similar bodies in other communities. As for ---__ I
the U. S. Department of Agriculture. !

the sit i is worth ?5 a year of any merchant's money to get together These trees are being grown at Chapman !,
with his fellow merchants once a month, discuss problems of mutual. interest field near Miami, Florida. Many J. EZELLE, D. -D. S. I I IJ
other from all of the
rubber plants
hear interesting talkers and enjoy an evening of entertainment. This in ad I ( )
principal rubber growing countries of HERALD AND UNITED TRUCK LINES i iI

dition to other benefits of membership which are now being worked ,out at the world are being tried there lima X-RAY LABORATORY.: 4t
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a cost of less than two cents 'a day! limited way. v ',: Hopkins Bldg.Clewiston. '
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.. Overnight service from ;
A program committee will be in charge of each meeting in the future, ';,0. Fla. i iI .
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interesting programs which no local business man can afford :
insuring peppy LEGAL.NOTICE ,
I I Tampa, Miami and West Palm Beach

to miss Fi'rst I II I I
i" In ,Justice of Peace Court,
Looking back over the past year 'many important objectives have been District, Hendry County, State of To Clewiston. \ .
, reached by the merchants under the presidency of Cecil V. Parkinson In I Ansa M. Hopkins, et vir, W. A. Hop \ Ii I f'

the first place Mr. 'Parkinson held the organization together as a single body i kins, plaintiff, vs. Universal Marketsand EXPRESS SERVICE AT FREIGHT RATES i I
E. 'V. Stappleton, MINDEDLIF
without factionalism or friction which for a new organization in a small I Under and by virtue of an execu''
tion issued in the above stated case.
community is remarkable. Mr. Parkinson also proved himself a valuable as- I out of the above Court, I will seel at;; So.\ States S i
public outcry in front of the Court ACCIDENT & HEALTH BAKERS SERVICE STATION
set in not running the, organization but in guiding it to its many accomplishments. House door or in Clewiston, Florida, I Mutual Benefit

result of in said Count, on Monday the 14th day AUTO American .S .
Consideration of hs activities while in office must in a vote
i of, April 1930, at 10 o'clock A. M., to I'FIRE & STORM Local Representative
thanks for. :Mr. Parkinson from those with,the interest of the Clewiston mer- the highest bidder for casr, the following -
j property, to-wit: ,. American New Jersey HERALD LINES UNITED LINES

chant; at heart. '" All of the propertp and effects of aajsaipoa SUJJEKJ 3Jij! *ssc/\j[/\ 615-19 Platt St. 391 N. W. 24th Street

With the first year'" finished and not even marled by so called growing I !Stappleton*,.. Universal doing Markets business and as of Universal E. W.- S. \W. POWELL'Insuranec TAMPA, FLA I ,. ,.; ,,:',,,.,..':!";".,.,',f:.,,."(".": "',":'"- ':.' "'i '." :. .J\. MIAMI, FLA.
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pains, we can look forward with renewed confidence: to even greater accomplishments Markets, in Clewiston. Heudrp \; I
County, Florida., Agent City Hall Bldg
:? during the coming .year.Northern : t' Said sale to be made under srlid'' Pahokee Fla. \ .
writ and virtue of order ------------------- ---
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.! towns and cities this spring and: summer will ring with stories( collection of rents due the' plain- I 5- 5 5- II ,
tiff. ,
of the wonderful year that Florida enjoyed: Winter visitors will return to J. G. McGehee I "

'' \ (Seal) Justice of Peace ', ,\, S. ,S555. .' I-:. '" V,:: < :: ,,,.\ ,: ;: ,.r. dO::: ,
their northern homes to truthfully state tfiat it was one of the biggest, Dated April 17, 1930. ." .: ",., .

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agricultural But. will they years add? to it the fact that it was also one of Florida's biggest W., E. KEEN :: :: ;J,: : ; tjf': .

Clewistonites separated from the winter playground of the northerners Certified Public Accountant 4 Yl

by some 40,miles of cane field are in a better position_to.appieciate the agricultural 217-218. Harvey Bldg. Phone 2-0522..' "

background of the state. But even they may be'surprised to learn West Palm Beach, Florida ,r ., :
the following figures I '*. \S ,yr '? ,)
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Fruit and vegetable shlpments. from Florida this season total approximately -I i I ,
11,033 cars of. grapefruit, 13,275 cars of oranges, 1,187 cars of. tan- '

gerines, 1, 177 cars beans., 883 cars' of cabbage. 2,654, car sof celery, 321 1tIII! I II I J: :: WINTER MONTHS ARE RADIO MONTHS :::,. '.. I

cars of lettuce, 283 cars of peppers, 69 cars of potatoes, 100 cars of straw- I .' ':' :- I .. ,J. ,..'('' .
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berries,'273 cars of tomatoes and' 1,450 mixed cars of vegetables.And \ .... ., ,
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.. another. bit of information for those who. have suffered In 10 below\ : ;1e {

zero weather in .the north is that our. fuel bill for .the winter totalled' 2.25' Easily Kills THis.IS THE SEASON WHEN YOU WILL ENJOY RECEIVING /
worth of wood.. And 'this despite inherent.. extravagance. x Rats, Mice, Cockroaches,
A ____ I Waterbugs, Etc.

I After eating it they run for
\ Clewistouites enjoying the wonderful new nine hole golf course from five water and fresh air to die,out HOME OVER ONE OF OUR
oclock.'to dark every night -.and as they move along: the fairVay'5., an occasional side. Used by housekeepers '

for 50 years to get rid of these .. .. .. : ..'}. '1.- :" ',::.J _, '. :-" ,.;,) '. ,; .. ":'::;\/'. ....: .... ,-\r.-\:;" J<<. "
molasses laden breeze from, the nearbysugar} factory to remind them known food "'
greatest ,destroyers
v:. and disease carriers.' ':i i '" : :
that It's a sweet life after. "e\ t
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3 Oz Size 35o- 15 Cz GEze $1.50 ,. { 1:, ,.I',('\!: "( ;, 4'. I .' f I,
MONEY RACK IF IT I ; > ,' 'ft).
Rolling, golf greens, airplanes taking off from the municipal 1 airport, towering I 'djF; : R C RADIO' ,:/:

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smokestacks and cane fields; a far cry from Clewiston two years ago! I I IfR'Ift . ;

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A nameless long' eared hound evidently unable to find the I much. I talked of I I I )"':' ;: ::1 V:. .;ASK ABOUT OUR PAYMENT PLANS.'::..:.:.:.,..: r.::.. .

bed'of roses substituted a car of cane this week and narrowly missed a horrible -| .' : { ': "
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fate at the Clewislon mill. How he managed to get in a railroad caner : THAT : ?C : \S 5

car is still a mystery but when the particular car, one of 70 in the railroad FITS 1 4 .

yard, was hauled to the mill and the cane 'I"dumped" into i 'the cane pit, the y ... I "

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hound was with it. As the conveyor moved,the load to the levelling kn-ivcs -- e "'AsK
the hound sensing his fate scrambled madly over the cane to the opposite :
I THE CLAUNDRY LEVYIS TON -:,' ,- '. I ..- ,
end of the pit, meanwhile yelping to the world of his terrible predicament.The J.

conveyor was stopped, as an ebony angel descended into the pit and laundry makesswash CO.The day. easier ':: 'n; :; ; ,: .;,:: ;; r't: : :' : ,

rescued the now frantic hound. By the time his feet hit the ground the for you-your clothes-and your .' : ;; ;,\ ,::, :;'S'-\\" ': :, >" \ :': ." :

hound was in motion and by this time judging from the. rate he ,was travels, pocket book. Call us for more infor- ; 555 : 4 : ..

Ing he Is probably somewhere in north. Georgia. mation regarding our various revlces
I / that save both time and money for 1 = : = :- = :: c--- = : : '' '
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Now Is the time for all wide-awake merchants to check their cash receipts 4", '; I '1 .
on week ends and realize what it means, to have a golf course at home. '. I I' '\
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S r 55 .'. By Edson I R.r Waite, Shawnee, Oklahoma/. .. -. '. ". \'..', .. CLEWISTON FLORIDA ., '-.' '. ,- :. .'.-' ,. ..,' ; .' "-', .' .t.'r" > ..,. : .

Cities are judged by the public spirit of Its citizens. More cities die for 4/ou/snowite Laundry / \
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to the future industrial expansion of member of the sub-committee in ] data, lighting conditions, service facilities -
FLORIDA AIR c-; :: -:- : : :
VICE PRESIDENTS the state. With high, power trans- I charge of the map compilation. I I to be found at ports' and land- C- : : '= =;:

mission lines, and local plants, fur- W. G. Stewart, of Tampa, chairmanof 'Ing fields and other Information of DR. J. C., NOWLINGHopkins

ARE ELECTED FOR nishing electricity to all corners of TO BE COMPILEDBY the aerial map group has been active pertinent nature for use of pilots.

the state the basic promlem of power in gathering first hand data as Interest in aviation continues to in- Building, %

has been developed, in large part. in STATE BOARD ;, to Florida aviation for incorporation crease with rapid strides in' Florida, CLEWISTON, FLORIDA
,advance with th eresult that it is in the map which is designed to be according to the State Chamber cpm- :: : : = :: : : : : !..--
possible to establish industry more the official air guide for aviators fly- mittee, and at all points visited in the

I material, For' Ing In Florida. interests of the air map thop rograms
Centralization Of Publicity easily in relation to raw Official Air Guide I
manufacture and distribution.The The aerial is the I I'underway indicated that: fliers will ;
i. Aviators In Florida map second project I II
; Activities the State Chamber in the aviation program of the [ soon find Florida equipped to handle I I
s. program, of Will Be Drawn.MIAMI State Commerce :air travel in all sections with ease 1 1'I' .y
Is Approved.' contemplates Chamber of to near
? Industrial Committee I I
: assistance to Industries already es- completion The recent All Florida 'I' Hearty cooperation on -, r xti
I the part of communities was found
well as ,the location of Feb. 27.-Data to be incor- Air Tour under the management of '
JACKSONVILLE, Feb. 27.-J. C. i tablishcd as I throughout the state in mark
i\ within the state, accord- porated in the aerial map of Florida ; Bob C. Smalley, of St. Petersburg. 1 properly
iI I Chase, of Winter Park of new plants 1 ing landing fields, placing direction r11'ts /
; the committee.. chairman. Com to be issued by the aviation cofraittee being the first project to be carried
I I Ing to : signs nd'in the N r
the Florida." Citrus Exchange, .and Dr. munities with industrial problems I of the Florida State Chamber. Com ; out .In the program outlined at the V ; necessary / IZ

Burdette G. Lewis, president of the haheen invited to utilize the ser- merce has been completed, according aviation conference held here last serviceor ships using fields i .

1 :. .Foremost. Dairies, Inc., of .,this city, I vice of the committee and if inter- : to a _statement made here by R. L.. October. i, I ; JA

were' elected vice presidents of the : ested in a given t.peor industry to ,. Ellis, engineer of the Florida Power I I The airy,map will carry. full information '. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE

advise the State Chamber industrial & Light Co.. who has had chargo'oC ,. as to airports in the state, land .CLEWISTON NEWS

Florida. State Chamber of, Commeice. I group. the work for Capt.? Carl Squires, a ing fields, type and location, weather. '. PHONE 339
at a meeting of the Board .of Direc I

,tors held here Thursday. E. F. Fitch, \I- W';::'''<'' '''''' ;"> ': k '' r.f.: ."y "''''Y ,,-7'''........'1r.w........., .... .r.Jo: .,.".zIo.; .;...:,;; ...... rI.: :: "':a>'; "" r Y1! T."'!.:n<.:J(; 'L"ll ..',"..",:., ::2!'_ Vr 'V d\'t.' : ., :'[1. ..r--=::;.::.'_._ _?1--, = ,..-...:....- ...., _
prominent :business executive this .
city was endorsed by the State Chamber "
directors for election to the boardof
directors of the Chamber of Commerce -

of the United States and a

special committee appointed to press


Harold W. Colee, of St. Augustine, .' -. ,
chairman of the Publicity Committee
presented a plan for Florida publicity ;

calling for the setting up o fa cooper > ;

rative campaign for the state by coordinating i ;\
COSY"O'F' :(
the activity of all agencies ENTlER INTO> THE ,

creating publicity in the state through L ,
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a central bureau. The plan / : 1 .- :
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Mr. Colee was accepted' by the \. :, ". .. .. ',.:
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board Featuring proceed and the with the committee committee its organization.authorizedto appointments ':;: ':;'; '\ Y A B ::,:>i" '; :

I made by 'President G. G. Ware 0 iT R .iJ TOM 0 : I L E : :; .

of Leesburg, and approved by the op .
Board of Directors ,, : : ) "
was the naming of ;, I
'a legislative group, headed by Col. : \ ; '?>' "

Peter O. Knight, of Tampa with Scott ,j; :; ,
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:i. Loftiu. Jacksonville, Herman A. ?" / : : :

Dann, St. Petersburg, Joseph. H. Gill l, .' <:.<:;:_: : r. 'IG' H O"Jfj) 1D1rt'f14clg it costs do8Iflll8 'e t 4C ca- '.'>',:-:: 6 \ :

Miami, Walter F. Coachman Sr., Lake .' ?. I ',

Placid, William L. Wilson, Panama ': ){ / : :lr \ \,! ; ,

I City as and members. Charles of the F. Leach committee., Monticello The.creating ... .:' / :._ ;':. \:-,) > 2e 1fl@IlJJ312l1JJCf11t extern YOI i lJfll.Y'. tD ,e. lellle7l f.. :' : : '.; 't:::. .> : ,.;t :'i:!"

of two new committees on : )" :% I" -
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waterways and forestry and 'the reappointment J 'I

of committees on aviation, '. < t', s 1i1IQ) .lil ,IscDiL it.costs fOIr O lelr6l1tiolii ,Qdl T1 ll-l eelJ r
budget and flsance
educatiin '
agri- ; .
cultural reclamation agriculture, con .: '.:::./:.t?, .. (\\\--J:; :' ', __ .- I ,

servation of game; and fish, beautlfi- ;--- .: .
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censorship. industrial, tariff
and publicity were approved by the., I ,:;; .

board. THE PURCHASE, of an automobile: involves roller::: bearings and the extensive use of The lower cost of selling/combined with "
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Th ? special committee, which will !;; a considerable amount. of money and it fine,, eel forgings instead of castings- or the low charges for financing and accessories -
endeavor to have Florida representedothe I \

-- directorate-of -the--national e_ ".. r should he carefully considered- from' all ...-,,. stampings are additional features that means a direct saving of at least

chamber by the election of E. F. Fitch angles before a final decision is made.: reflect the high quality built into every $50 to' $75 to every purchaser of a Ford, ,
is composed of David Sholtz, Daytona'
._ Beach, R. A. McCranle, Jacksonville, The value of the car to you depends on part of the carr\ Throughout, it is a value in addition ,to the savings made possible

Win. L.. Wulson, Panama City, N. P.Yowell. the value built into it at the factory, how," far above.the price you pay. '! }by economies in manufacturing. ,The

6' Orlando and Howarl Selby,
much the dealer for distribution money you pay for a1 Ford goes into valuein
West Palm Beach.In extra you pay .
presenting his report J. D. Ingra- ,selling, financing and accessoriesand LOll) lc51ie. clllIa-jes' the car. It is not wasted in high dealer } .

ham, treasurer, '.
announced that the what it will cost to operate and ,main. charges.'_
indebtedness of the organization was .... .
$23,333.22 as compared with $29,580.53on tain the car after purchase. Each of these TII -SAiiIE PRINCIPLES efficiency' and _:,,: :-:.'" .., .

: I; January' 1st, 1929. He also called factors, as it relates to the Ford car, is economy that ,characterize the manufac LOI" ufJI.l e p e@sts. .' ..,.-,

attention to the fact that in 1929 the
State frankly explained below. ture of the Ford car are 'applied also to '
Chamber of Commerce had the \ ,. ;
,. largest number of members, in its I distribution.: Obviously it would do the IT IS IMPORTANT to remember that ,the ::

history. little'goodbgood in if cost cf your automobile: ij not the first'I' _
A .' 1Eco CIOt1.4 1 i,7Z iD3.alfJei"i@ 1I public to save production .

I I II 'these savings were ,sacrificed later in excessive cost only, but the iota; cost=: iti'icr'' months ,
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THE of !: and and years of sel"icc. Ilcrc avail here is
'\ Electrical PowerProduction \ I FORD CAR is made econdmically because costs selling, financing i

j I .accessories. a decided saving when' yoa 'buy a .Ford. "
Shows I1 of the efficiency of Ford ,production : ,

Big Gain In State I: methods. The money saved- througH{ this _: The Ford dealer, iheref ore, operates'on The cost of operation and up-kcep is ;

{, \ PANAMA CITY-, Feb..'" 27.-Production I I I efficiency' is put back )info the car in improved the sane low-profit! margin AS' the Ford lower because of simplicity of design, the ,

'; of electrical power in Florida in- quality of material ,and in greater MotoreonIpar.Y, leis discount or commission high 1 quality of material, and the reduction '

period creased 207 per cent in the six year I care: and accuracy in manufacturing. The being the lowest of any automobile, of friction and wear through unusual accuracy 1;
from 1924
to 1929
:' according to an analysis made inclusive 1 by the, '., constant effort is to eliminate waste and dealer. He docs a good business because in manufacturing and assembling. ,

; Industrial Committee of the Florida l find ways to make. each part better and Ie makes a email profit, : on many sales The reliability! and longer life of tIlC'ar, ,. : .

State Chamber with its of Florida Commerce Industrial in connection i better without increasing cos!-frequently instead_ of a large profit on fewer. sales. contribute to its low dcprecialion'per year

Development program. The tables V : at lowered cost. of use. .
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preparing the analysis were The intelligent painstaking service rendered -
issued Because of Ford economics in large ,
by the U. S. Department
the Interior of I and because the Ford NOTE, TrSESE>> LOW PSiSCES by Ford dealers is under close factory -
and cover the operation organiza. *,, \ \
f'1'-5_ : of approximately 3,805 electric plants I lion the .'- supervision; and is a factor in the low
I in operates on a low-profit margin, Roadster $435
the United i
States producing 10.000 up-kccp cort of the Ford. All labor) is
for the is much less than
.or more kilowatt price you pay car
hours per month Phaeton $440 Tudor Sedan $500Coupe
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and representing 95 per cent of the it would be under any other conditions.Yet billed at a flal rate replacement parts

total public amount use.of electricity generatedfor I it brings you many unusual features 8500 Sport Coupe $530 are always itval;: ibl-'j: rt 'O\.... prices through

Two-window Fordor Sedan $600 Ford d it:: section of the
In 1924 electric plants in Florida; of construction and performance. .. every

produced 218.288,000 k. I Three-window'Fordor' Sedan $625 United Stales. :
w. hand in
At least 875 extra value is represented '
1929 the total was increased .. ,
to 670- .
', '292,000 k. w. h, The greatest per. '. alone by the Triplex shatter-proof glass Cabriolet $&lS Town Sedan 867,0 .. In two, three or 'five years, depending

centage of increase took place in 1926 : windshield, V the Rustless Steel, the four (All prices /. o. b. Detroit\ ) on glow mileli' yon time, the saving in ,

'when in Florida the production made a gain:of of electrical 60.2 percent 'i!I Houdaille double-acting hydraulic shock, Low charges for time par'nnls' through tlic. operating: and maintaining: : new Ford'will ,,

energy absorbers, and the five steel-spoke wheels. Universal Credit Company' : r.moiiiil to even more than the saving on I

Since 1924. each year has developed/' II' The unusually large number of ball and the first cost of the car.. .

' an Increase In total production. Preliminary ... .
, ;' figures for 1929 show an Increase .' ,. ',I' -

\ I f; of over 5 per cent in production ,j ..: .', ', ,
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of electric power for public use. :.. 4.
In the production of this power a fo- I. .-

; tal of 24,455 short tons of coal and 2- ., : "
026,279: barrels : \ .. "
of fuel oil were re- '. I ;. .

quired. Water power produced, 20,205 : ." .., .. ", '
000 k. w. h. of the total during the :" ',' .' ';"> t' I ,
!, ., year and a small amount / ,. ," \ ; ..
was produced
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with wood as fuel. J

The power map of Florida, says the ,t tI I II .

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COGPERATION 'Vagabond' King"At up the season's schedule of games. ripen same as described.. ing before the dow settles on the I L tion during the past year.
I Among the players on the diamondlas These substances may be applied plants, or early in the morning, while A feature of the meeting was a disc
Arcade Theatre
SOUGHT Sunday were Jimmy Lee, Floyd I in the powdered forms, as with un- the dew is still on the plants, for this I I cussion on tho activities of the credit

FARMERS Mcintyre, Frank Cothern, Tom Shelley slaked lime sprayed over the tops of dew will serve as a solvent for tho committee of the organization, centering -

i. C. II. Hackett, Lefty, Reier, J.,I the growing plants or may be appliedIn [ powder. and will enable the retarding I on whether the organization
'IN- '
NEW CENSUSData I I' i A. Plunkett, Dick White and E: Bur the form of liquid sprays, such asa material to promptly reach the bud should sponsor the advertising of delinquent -

4- I ,/ saline solution or weak acid solution of the. cane, where It will get in its accounts. It was finally de4J'

f ger.With the calling ol> the local dlnjc- I I work. cided that individual merchants mayso f
To Get a '
Will>; Help ifapDennis tors' meeting it Is believed that daily If applied in the solid form in the Where the material is applied in advertise delinquent accounts but

Flood Control Legi- i I practice will be started. I shape of a powder, the powder will: the'' form, of liquid sprays, it would\ be I that the signature of time Better Business ""r

lation Soon. 1 sift down into the bud of the cane, preferable to spray the same over the League is not to appear.
and will become moistened by dew tops of the plants in the calm of the A credit committee named for the '
A request that all agricultural( MELVILLE\ SHOWS I or rain, and affect the developmentof evening, before the dew falls current, year included E. EL Kelly, _1

workers :and: all interested In apri ul- WILL PLAY HERE i the bud. If. thq materiail Is applied Obiously only a small quantity of i i chairman, F. O. Richmann, J. R Alston i:

turo cooperate in compiling a farm i in the form of a liquid spray, the peculiar ,,, the active material need reach the and C. V., Parkinson. "- j ji

census of the Northern Everglades (Continued from Page 1)) formation of thecane top will bud of each plant to materially check J i On a membership committee were' \ I

section was received at the Clewis- I pause this spray to run down into the the growth of, but not kill the plant. named L. A. Morgan, chairman. Glenn I

ton News yesterday from the depart- way. It is a three act comedy and will bud,, of the cane and arrest its, growth.. I This checked growth as before stated Heard and Dick C. Miller.

be followed by a different show each The material be in the I I will devote part oft .
ment of commerce. may, applied I(i cause nature to I I An interesting program of entertainment -

Cooperation with the departmentin night 'next week. powder or liquid form, preferably by j,',the energy formerly expended in the ,i arranged by Fred Puryear

listing all farm lands and other agricultural The Melville show spent the past airplanes, since the time when this development of the leaves in the pro I and Dae Alston included singing' and

data from the northern Ir week in Belle Glade and according to treatment is desirable is when the duction of sucrose In the stalks. I II dancing by Harlem negroes.

Everglades, it was pointed out local-, t reports from that community it is one cane is nearly ripe, and the field be-I I While I have described various ;: On the entertainment committee .

ly will have a good effect on getting r of the finest road shows in the coun: comes a tangled mass and it is difficult substances, which may be used in the i I; named for the meeting next month '

flood control legislation. King, who for the past two try. The Melville players played n if not impossible, to get throughit powdered or liquid form, I prefer I I were, named Glenn Heard, chairman,

Clewiston a year ago. the land with suitable device powdered lime in the slaked un and O. -
Glades farmers may receive sample or three years: has been rated! by on any or Julius Alston, Fred Puryear ..

blanks at the office of The Clewiston critics as the greatest singing star of Arrangements to bring the enter- for spraying the tops of the slaked condition, because of its cheapness !I L.e ffrfes.On ? '

News either by calling personallyor the Broadway musical comedy stage, tainment to Clewiston was completedby -I stalks. !I and of the facility with which, a unanimous motion it was also -

mailing a post card. will be seen and heard for the first members of the Clewiston Post of While one treatment ,with materialof it may be applied, and 'moreover, 'because agreed that Bob Turner of the '

time by movie: audiences at''the Ar-I the American Legion and nominal a sufficient strength may suffice, I the larger proportion of the Oasis Soda Parlor will be the first

cade Theatre where "The Vagabond prices have been established. several treatments with material having lime is scattered over the soil and I I of the merchants to make a series of

Building PermitsIn King" is now playing through next It was also announced that ladies lesser strength "may produce better does not reach the bud.. which will., talks on their businesses. Mr. Turner -

January Soar Thursday."The ; will be admitted free the opening results. Moreover the strength of have a 'beneficial effect upon the soil will be the speaker of the eveningat

Vagabond King' was the vq- night, when accompanied by gentle- the material used in the treatment I I serving not only to ripen the cane. I the meeting next month.A .

To New Heights hicle for Dennis King's greatest sing- men. will vary according to the condition but also to improve the soil.CLOTHIER feature of the entertainment at
/ in gachievemcnt. It had a sensationally of the cane stalks to be treated. I I the meeting Wednesday night was

JACKSONVILLE, Feb. 27.-New full 4 Of this treatment should 1 the piano selections played by Mr. I
I long run of more than a sea- course, "
building and alteration permits issued INVENTION TOLD FORINCREASING I
I son's duration i nNew York, and madean only begin when the stalks have I I NAMED Chamberlain. )
in Florida during January 1930 in I SUGAR I ,
impressive tour in other cities nearly reached full growth or are ... PRESIDENT FOR YEAR
thirtyfive cities, according to the I
afterward. nearly ready for the harvest, and 666 I
Florida State Chamber of Commerce, (Continued from Page 1)) r ,II III
King's rise to fame was meteoric.As should not be applied upon those, (Continued from Page 1)) '
show an increase of $469,669 over I I i ii
a lad he was fascinated by the cane stalks that are cut down and Tablets .
December 1929 ,and 43SS7 more than.. caustic potash, common salt, weak so- : :
Stewart for Crow
first bit with kept for "seed. president and Roy in
stage. His parts were hydrochloric Relieves a Headache or Neuralgia
in January of last year. lutions of sulphuric or i I
: Drinkwater's theatrein Where the material is dusted on in for vice president. The organization
Tabulations giving comparisons iIi John repertory I acid and certain other solids in, the 30 minutes, checks a Cold the first
Birmingham, England. He came to the powdered form, it would be pref- tendered a rising vote of thapks to day, and checks ''Malaria in three
the show finely divided form or liquids or gas-
566 cities of United States
the United States in the 'English company erable to apply same in 'comparatively C. V. Parkinson and his fellow offi- days. "
states in- es, which when properly appled, will
that in January only
of "Monsieur Beaucaire" after calm weather, either in the even- cers for their work In the organiza-
creased in value of. permits issued I check the growth of the plants and 666 Also in Liquid j jI
he wa swounded In service in the
ovre those of December 1929 and but
British Expeditionary forces.
/ 15 states issued more'ne" buildingand 1
Later he played in Jane Cowl's ,-- fr F.i/ ..omIca1 YronI rldibtt ,
alteration permits than in January ,
New York company of "Romeo and -..,"

of last year. Florida stood fifthin J' Juliet," achieving great fame in the I : l.. ,. SPIINCti
increases over December 1929 and ; 4u
role of Mecutio. :: .
eighth in comparison wit lithe monthof -n CII'
His friend persuaded him to develop < '; .- -
January 1929,,expressed in dollars. t
his singing voice, and this '
For the year 1929 Florida showed a
brought him an engagement in Rose II' V
decline of 11 per cent as compared iwith !I 2 ,': :
Marie, which established him as a .f iii
192S, however, the figures for I CLEARANCEi
leader in romantic singing roles. I ;
the first month of the new year show : I
I Then came the sensational and glamorous '
a decided return toward continuing .
"The Vagabond King." i I ,tA
building activity within the state. .
The music for "The Vagabond ,
The general figures on new buildingand I
King" w'as.written. : by Rudolph Friml
alteration permits issued for 'II I + .
whose long and successful career as'
I January would indicate that in the !, I g' ;
a composer began in 1912 with. "The I[ ,
majority of states the recession noted ___ 'U I
I' Firefly. Other musical comedies and ,I
during 1929 still exists. I I I. Jl4 c '>(
Nationally(? i operettas ... 11
whic hhe has written music
; building figures indicated a loss of 46 : i -r {
for are' "Katinka," '''Sometime," "Rose ; 'i'f
I per cent from January 1929 and a de- i 1I
Marie" and "The Three Musketeers." : \;.
I dine of 17 per cent from December I : ';- : ; /
The thrilling Friml songs of the original to '
1929. I II .". ,.
production ,have been carried to ; "- :
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In Florida while the percentage of ': ,
the all-talking screen in Paramount's I :
increase is not materially large all
gorgeous all-coor screen' version of r I
reports received by the State Chamber -) ,
"The Vagabond King."
of Commerce point to a steady I ILOCAL I r

building program in the majority of I ,

cities with municipalities partcipatng 1 I I BOY SCOUTS :.'J I I.S

wth i mproyement projects.LOCAL 'I WORKING TO PASS 1 I .r : },

INTEREST IN (Continued from page 1)) .
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' (Continued from page 1) i will return to Clewiston on March 14 rk a y n % !
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I to award badges to all local scouts

\ world supply of watermelon 'seed. who have successfully passed the

The railroad spent $130,472,791 in second class examnatious.Arrangements I

Florida in '1924, 1925 and 1926 in1 i are also being made .,

bettering their facilities. | through the cooperation of the local com'j I 'j
Here is bargain event.without parallel in the history of this
Mount Cornelia in Fort George Isl- post of the American Legion to equip
munity! This great spring clearance sale brings to bargain seekers '
and at the mouth of the St. John's the troop members with uniforms.

,river is the highest point on the At- The Legionnaires will advance the I :/l _# r t a.once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to secure famous used cars H"JithJ' J':' (

lantic coast south of Cape Henry. The money which is to be repaid later by I 'J'1'.,.,,:1 ;.' I an OK that counts" at savings that will be long remembered : l

Seminole Indians of Florida are the the scouts. '".'-'" :

only people in the world still at war I ',r,\;:,.' ,. f Due to the tremendous popularity of the New Chevrolet Six, \ve r

with the United States. They have I I ,';: .}.t :.',. '%' have an unusually large stock of fine used cars. To clear our stock. f,E!

never signed a peace treaty. Only 5 BALL PLAYERS UNLIMBER )> ?i:; quickly, we offer these splendid cars at low sale prices that are :;"
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and 1-4 per cent of Florda's white IN WORKOUT ( \ J
population is foreign born. Florida I ''I,1:: nothing less than sensational. :.'

ships 90,000 carloads of fruits and I' (Continued from page It .: \ ::' f. Buy during this sale at dollars below its .
I \ ,. \ ... : a car many normal
vegetables annually in addition to .
what it consumes. The department of man of the local board of directorswill .' .-. .:', )-,;'';.'''',, '"' :..e>. :':t- .... .',;'-", .:' price! 'Look to the red "OK that counts" tag as proof of its quality ,
agriculture estimates Florida could call a directors' meeting in the ...... ,:''';' :,;": ''<:';':':', ',)-',: and dependability. This tag signifies that the car has been '., :; i.
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feed 15,000,000 persons if its soil produced near future to, outline plans for the ,< j 1 thoroughly reconditioned. Be sure to attend this sale early. ': 'r .

to its full capacity. 1 coming season. I "f;' :

The grapefruit derives its name I Dr. William J. Buck of Belle Glade \
Wide Choice Four and Six :
from the fact that the fruit growsin who is president of the Everglades .. of Cylinder Cars :' /:: i
clusters. Forty-seven per cent of all' league in which clubs comprise the h- -- "' j
Studebaker Phaeton '
the. varieties of trees which grow In membership i is expected to calla "
North America north of Mexico and i league meeting in the near future to I ., TOURING CAR Touring>< Car ,

the West Indies are native to Florida. discuss preliminary plans and make I 1929 Chevrolet Coupe Fair' Rubber and Paint Ready to '
II Good Balloon Tires ,and Paint. Ex-
I ," go. Worth more than our cash
6 cylinders for less than four. Only ::" cellent Condition. A bargain at price; of ..

used 10,000 mlle Paint excellent t..: -
ANNOUNCEMENT .1 .; .;;, $87,50 '.' .
and nearly) new tires. Mechanically .:. ', ,'.,,' $87..50

okey In every war An unusual ,:. '. cash ). /:;: <..: ,

Beginning February 1 the Everglades 'Funeral value at ',,:. \ '.: ?; :; '

Home I ..; 'Chevrolet Cab Coupe
of Pahokee will serve th people of ;r -
1928 Sedan
$450 ) 1928 Model In First Class condition
the Clewiston and Belle Glade sect io ns. /
Many miles of transportation in ,
'* Excellent condition
Charges for our service in the above named a I bargain throughout i an' this car

areas will be the same, as those now in effectin $325Terms

Pahokee. $362.50 .

Reverse, charges when phoning us. I ', if desired ,


Ambulance Service ..

/. C. Berry, Proprietor Pahokee, Far[ I -- -,.-' -'---"

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f/fJ.I By The Way Have I You Heard? 1 scheluled. urged for to be discussion.present. All members I I j jarc. fruit Oils used peel from at aro grapefruit(ale\-being Howey recovered peel Fruit and Juice from orange 1 I I and hundred gallons one-half of boxes oil gallons are of recovered oranges from, 200 and from boxesof three two bowl To Before before cream peeling using.butter. easily scald the

cover them
Prominent among the past week's the thirty third anniversary of the value of this byproductis ; grapefruit. These oils are used in with boiling water and let stand for I
social events lu Clewiston was the founding of the P 'T, A. Mrs N. C. AT THE MOVIES approximately 20 cents per box and the manufacture, of perfumery and I five minutes. The bitter white lining ,

: dance at the Clewiston Inn Tuesday Storey was in charge of the program I ordinarily goes to waste.. About five soap. will come off easily.
Charles (Buddy) Rogers' sweetheart \
evening sponsored by the local Aiueri which included readings on the lives ------------
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J can Legion Post. Usually good music of Mrs. Birney and :Mrs.: Hearst, cofounders -j has become the bride of Regis
was furnished by a new orchestra, of the P. T. A. movement. 1' Toomey. I
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the Miamians. A birthday cake with 33 candles was
I j Oh at least that Is what .happened ,
: I .: Among te dancers were Mr. and lighted as verses were read. The cake .
I in "reel" life. She is Jean Arthur,, and
'" Mrs. John Chenet, Mr. and Mrs. Dave : was later cut and other refreshments .
'. she was seen as the girl friend of I
I .. Alston, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur D. Cole, served. Room mothers acting as host I : .

\ Mr. and Mrs. William Cecil Owen, esses were Mrs. J. F. Alston, Mrs.. "America's Boy. Friend" in "Halfway '"
: ,+! Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jones, Mr. and Mrs: Frank Winn, Mrs B. M. Beach and : To Heaven.; Previously the blonde -, mVIDEND ) ,

Tom Smith, Emmett Shelley, Tom Mrs. Bill Allen A silver offering was ,|! and bewitching Miss Arthur was the I .
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Shelley, J. A. Plunkett, Chas. Hackett accepted to be sent to the P. T. A. j I trouble-making sister of Clara Bow in'i At the recent meeting of the home building association

Lester Stewart, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. congess. "The Saturday Night Kid." .1{II

j Hanson, Mrs. Cleo A. Houze, C. S. Now.' in William Powell's first star .ags'i" : z. dividend at the. rate of seven per cent annum was
1' Ramsey Mr. and Mrs: R. S. Goddard ring all-talking picture, she plays the C iared., J '
". Earl Crawford and Earl Whito motored \, t\
or Chicago, Mr. and Mrs Roy Duna- role of the young bride of Toomey, I t -
to Sebring on business Friday
way, Mr. and Mis. Fred Puryear, Al who in turn is the :young brother of I With
night. payments as low as fifty cents week
len Powell, Evelyn Kelly, Bee Marshall the sauve-mannered "Powell. I a you can

Josephine Knight, Charles Miner, In this picture, which has to do with start an interest bearing account with this responsible] or
Mr.' and Mrs W. P. Vaughn, Mrs. Arthur J. Lawrence and Miss Frances the lives of big time gamblers and ganization. -- .
Robert Hare, Brodis Gant of Moore Tippey motored to Belle Glade i their secret feeds, Powell is cast as i r .
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Haven, Hebert Blate, Victor Blate, Sunday night. John B. Marsden. alias "Natural? .

Bee Kettl, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Kerr, Davis, the king of all the cardsharpers : .,
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Glenn Heard, Miss Jayme Williams Jimmy Lee accompanied by Dick along the great white way. : .' -
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and Marshall"Yenowine. I and Earl White motored to Belle He is a ma not dual natures. He isj x :: ; : .
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Glade Sunday evening. generous yet heartless sympathetic, : "I
--., yet cold. He spends thousands on the i ij :- ., : '._. { ': ,_ I'.. \" ',; CLEWISTON HOME BUILDING ASSOCIATION -
t, J. E. Cashman of 'Vest"Palm Beach {:;: .: .:; { > '
j college education of his young brothJ ( i .5 :-.(<: : .
: ,was a business visitor in Clewiston Elbert L. Stewart, Cecil V. Parkinson ; / ; Clewiston i Fla.
# \ I J er, and thousands more to keep the ; .

Wednesday. and R. A. Murray drove' to Miami \ I{'lad'away from the glamorous but I .-'- -' _.'>..;. :<.:-- '., -. Gentlemen:-1 I am Interested ins
I for the fight Thursday night. ;
gambling. /' ':.'.:: -:' :' your easy plan for.. saving. Without .
Mr. and Mrs. L' A. Seider of Syracuse i ,'. ".;t !, :) :) '.: ::: obligation+ to me, please send me full
1 Mrs. A. F. Dahlberg was honor
e Indiana were Wednesday visitors is the king of all New York information.
dt bridge luncheon given ;,, ,
guest a 1.
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at the mill. gamblers until the day when his

Wednesday by Mrs. Cleo A. Houzeat young brother' comes to town and despite -I; ,; Name ........................... .

1 1. Dr. and Mis. W. J. Buck were business her home on the lake front The every: barrier Powell has set up Address .......................................... ............
visitors in Clewiston Wednesday room was attractively' decorated with gets into; an "all-or-nothing" poker:
I gift flowers. In the bridge \
I game
1\1r,8'1 game with three of the biggest crooksin :
Dr. and' Mrs. O. S. Miller of St. Petersburg T. V. Watson held high score the business. Then it is that Pow *
; Mrs Claude Downs second and Mrs.F. I f
J were recent guests of ther ell must go crooked himself. He does, .
I and daughter in law, Mr. and Mrs D. Duff receiving consolation ''prize I I /
I son I I and the result is. one of the most overI .

./ Dick C. Miller. While in his community Among,, those present were Mesdames j I I I powering scenes, of sheer acting genius !' \ ;.,- THE-CLEWISTONHOME :BUILDiNG ASS I. t
P. G. Bishop, Nickerson. W. C. Han- I I
'Dr. and Mrs. :Miller made a trip ] that Powell has ever enacted in'

through the sugar. factory. I son F. Deane Duff, T V. Watson, I!(. '
his long service before the footlights Clewiston Phone 101 Florida .
I --- I I Hubert Edson, P. A Poche, R. H. God
t and cameras. .
Roy S. Goaddard of Chicago was a 'clard of Illinois, H A. Besto; F M. I "Street of Chance" comes to the I '

bisiness: visitor in Clewiston Monday Wright, R. Y. Patterson, William :
Kettler Theatre, West Palm Beach? .f"j'
Cecil Owen, W. D. Cole, Claude '
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for a four days run, starting Saturday 1 j .' '
. Sam Frazier motored to Moore Haven Downs, Fred Puryear. W. T. Marfield March 1st. ( ._r j

: '' Monday evening. Cleo A. Houz and, A. F. Dahlberg." I '. ,; ""-- .....-
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Dr. and Mrs. John A. Anderson of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hanson entertained -
Miami spent last week end in Clew- at dinner Tuesday evening j e7r ,..

I iston with Mrs\ Anderson's parents, honoring, Mrs A. F Dahlberg. Present:I; 1 Ib Ig1g1111{IN/P1l 1, ','1I8 / .",, ( ,.,/Ay.fKftgBs ."'/;"!?;/'" -

Dr. and Mrs.. J. C. Nowling.. were Mrs. Dahlberg, Mrs Cleo A.I i

.... I Ilouze, C. S. Ramsey; N. Trenlor and
Mrs. Eugene Kerr spent Saturday Mr and Mrs. Hanson. 1

afternoon in West Palm Beach shopping I o
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Mrs. A. F. Dahlberg is leaving today '.
I for New Orleans to visit her son 4, ,
.-;-= Mrs.. :Johp"KVMowry' heldhigh C''F.::-Dahlberg.For the.past six weeks ,1': r-.s T
I 'score at a 'card party in the Watanabe ; she has been the house guest of Mrs. I

hotel Tuesday ,afternoon given for I Cleo A. Houze. -'
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the.,benefit of the Girl Scout fund. \

Refreshments consisting of punch Miss Sadie O'Meara of Chicago, a'I' .fti 3

,,;I \I and cake were served. Among those Clewisjton property owner is spending I I.
I'j'! present were Mrs. Carl Berner, Mrs. a week at the Clewiston Inn. 1
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: Roy Dunaway, Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mrs

')I Mann. Mrs L. A. Morgan\ Mrs De Plans for a music club in the Clew

.)1 Lozier. Mrs J. R. Alston, Mrs. Claude i iston school were outlined to a group .j.' "h' "" ..
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, Downs, Mrs. E. C. Merchant. Mrs. ''of interested students by Mrs B A. -- ,

I. Maxwell; Mrs. McDuffy, Mrs. Dave Bourne.

f.: I \ Alston, Mrs. T F. Yancey, Mrs. Winn. I I The i purpose is to have a betterktiowledge I i'I

,,I : Mrs. John Mowry. Mrs. C. A. Jackson appreciation of music. '

I I I .; .Mrs.. T. H. Jackson, Mrs W. S.. Ilar- I The club proposes to sponsor operettas .' T :

': vel, Mrs. Pete Wilson Mrs. R. Y. Pat .
j ;. and musicals which will be-offered_Ito '
I terson, :Mrs.. W. C. Hooker and Miss : the public gratis although donations I' .

Sue Bates.!!! I I! to help defray expenses will be

I ( Another card party ,yi11' be held for accepted.At ; } ;
One Hundred Years : i'
'r I(r the Girl Scout' found next,- Tuesday I the organization meeting the I. : Progress :, .

afternoon at the Clewiston Inn. : .
; I students were divided into two groups ,T. ,"- i.
tr. and were instructed in music sight I '.'i;. :':)>.> / | 1HE"Great Highway of the Union"they called, failures and money panics, lack of credit and the ; }:.., I-

;: i Mrs. Cleo. A. Houze will gve a St. J JPatrick's reading. '' .". ..: JL the Petersburg Railroad 100 years ago. necessity of constantly rebuilding and enlarging ''-:::' '}':.

i silver tea at her home on Louise: Waldron was elected trea- !I ; .' ..J....,:.;'::;;-.' A pretentious name for a fifty-nine mile rail their facilities threatened their existence. ''::. ;j:. .
I i *" t road! But that future '. because of fast reliable railroad )' ',
Friday March 7 from five to eight Pres. "< : : one years Today, trans- : : :
o'clock in the evening. Proceeds will surer, Henry Storey, secretary. / '.{/!,: Reaching only from Petersburg,Virginia, to a portation, the coastal lands, once used only for '.\':: .

ent were Louise Waldron. Henry Storey ,,-": ':, "point one and one-half miles below the falls ofthe staple crops,send unnumbered trainloads.of fruits .; :...kj''
be given to the Clewiston Parent Jewel Lowe, Vesta Allen Fran /.:'.: ;.'? -, .
: Roanoke River", near the North Carolina and vegetables to the markets of less favored ;

r. t Teacher association and all members ces Tippey, Marcia Avant, Evelyn t ...:: "'r, Line, the Petersburg Railroad was the first of sections. FJorida, once, considered more of"an ..

r. and their friends are urged to attend. Hare, Mary Bush. Margie Harvel, I ';' ":>'... more than 100 railroads, later to make up the obstacle in the coasting trade than as an economic ,' I

\\l t:1 Merrel Lowe, Van Bush, George .::" !:;.r;' ,Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company, that province",reaps a harvest of gold from its citrus .<.': I" '

,t .I.! Mrs. ,C. A. Jackson, Mrs. John Bestor, Charles Jackson. Betty Spicer II .: ;\ -: wrought a transformation every phase of the fruits and vegetables and is the Mecca of millionsof I r: '

Mowry, Mrs. T. H Jackson and Mrs. Caroyln Hawkins, Roy Green, Bernard .. : life of the entire Southeast. vacation seekers.

'Elbert L Stewart motored to West' Beach, Jr. Here, along the coast, one hundred years ago, Industries undreamed of a few years ago now
, Palm Beach Wednesday to assist at .' r-' was a land already old, its,cities long established, find in this section most favorable conditions for \

f '. but: dependent trade and an agriculture their plants. *
the fair booth of the Palm Beach I.. j upon upon
Morgan was in Fort: Lauderdale faced by growing competition. The double track of the Atlantic Coast Line
I/ County Federation Woman's clubs. .
on business Thursday afternoon. the lack between Richmond and forms in '
Everywhere progress was impeded.by Jacksonville ,
; :> I of transportation.Planters truth, the "Great Highway of the Union", over
Mrs. D. A
;. .. Smith left Monday for Work was started yesterday morning along the coast and rivers could float which there moves a commerce vastly greater and

-. Avon Park where she will spend the on the repainting of the homo of i their crop to market; a slow and risky process, more valuable than even the far-sighted founders ,

: ; week with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. William Cecil Owen on I but the only one available. Those of the interior of the Petersburg Railroad could have imagined. ,

---- haul their the A net-work of lines the Southeast
; Crescent Drive. must produce to nearest navigable throughout
t.:'. :.,. Mrs. Royal is spending the week water, usually at a cost too high for any but the enables many an otherwise isolated section" to .

r..:',J with relatives in Plant City., most valuable commodities.Small market its produce and gives encouragement to .
Roy Crow was in Canal Point'on
.': .. \, on business Wednesday.. 1 wonder that the building of the Petersburg sound development. .

[ t/ For the fourth ,consecutive time, I Railroad, the Richmond and Petersburg; e., oppor _
: Mrs. Yancey's room in the Clewiston the Wilmington&Raleigh and many others was tunity. It faces the future with confidence. The

b r \ .' school won the Parent Teacher Asso A farewell party will be given for welcomed by the farmers and merchants and Atlantic Coast Line,whose constituent companieshave
I't. .1. Roberta George and Wilbur Dyess -{ travelers of the time. aided the growth and progress of this rich
.t.: ciation prize for having the I
n..ti. highest who are leaving the local school this / New towns sprang up along the rails. New section for the past century,is continuing to make

'' v percentage of mothers present at the week The party will be given tonight lands came into bearing. New impetus was.given steady and far-reaching improvements in its facilities -

":'::5 P, T. A. meetings. in the school auditorium. to settlement and trade and travel and service so as to.contribute,in increasing

: '; But hard times lay ahead for the early raflDoads. measure, to the development the coining

Mrs. R. M. Hare accompanied by Dave Alston, local druggist spent There, were long, lean years when crop years shall bring.
her daugther Elsie and Dorothy Deam
fri;: Wednesday in Tampa on business.
,... motored to Fort Myers Friday. Mrs.

4"', Hare returned to Clewiston the same Annual ATLANTIC COAST LI NEThe
; meeting of the Ladies Aid
,''. ,,\ day but her daughter and Dorothy Society of the Clewiston Community
Deam spent the week end as the church
guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Roure. with election of officers will
Standard Railroad of the
.. be held next Thursday afternoon at r S'oufhj

4 the church; it was announced yesterday -
S Members of the Clewiston Parent .
. Teacher association by Mrs. William G. Ames, presi- -r- __ -1: -c:; r .- .- _

:. Founder Day program at sponsored the school a dent.Reports. I (7Cbs :r r& AtJwd off rm es .y staits by r& c..AI .:I (;wsJ.o.e 7tm7nm4a 4' ,.

,?:. .building last .Friday In observance of of various committees"willbe A s sl s/*s ere dl oa @89hr.f aa usy.-ARtk/eAir J t Railroad (C-l- .
read. and important matters are .., -- -

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-,- :Mrs.: Frank Kellcy, Fosfonia; Allen .

VISITING THE NATION'S NEW SUGAR BQWL J Jj.o Patterson, Findlay; Mr. and Mrs C.

K. Borne, Cleveland; Mrs F. Shearer Official A. C, L.

/ BlgPrahic; Sara Ryan and II.

\ ':-'j\.' .. V.. Furnham, Cleveland M. P. :
f,,",'." f',." ",',.(, .,', '. I I' PENNSYLVANIAMr. S I :
:-.' and Mrs. E. Seward, Philadelphia )
i ; Mrs. C. Mickles, Pittsburgh:
1 r rI Mr. R. R. Clayton.. Mr. and
,, nnq 1\lrsr, Expert,. Watch,
Mrs. W. S Clayton, A B. Clayton and I

I Mrs.W.( E. Clayton! \ Evans City; Jas. Clewiston, Florida

P., Larocco, Carnegie; Mr. and Mrs.

qp .W.' L. Scrgman, Glen Rock; Mr. and I! I :

Mrs. ;J. 1]. Henry. Stillwater;' Mr.\ 1:

and 1'11"s.Villiam\ Hooker, Eldred; I IIIo
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Mr. 'and Mrs., R. E. Austen, PittsburghMr. f

,, and Mrs. Robt. A. Schneider, Miss !
: : /'TT Mae Schneider and Robert C. Schnie- ,

I. der Pittsburgh ,Mr. and Mrs. John .
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,. ,....... CROW
.1.' I Lackman, Pittsburgh; Georgo H. Arm ; I '

'ALABAMA ,\ ', '1 I R R.-Gontz i, Sioux Ctiy; '\Hr. and Mrs. Russell and M. McLouth, Clifton strong, Philadelphia; Mrs. S. B. .Long ,; :

Mr. and ,Mrs J.:- A. Tucker, Hunts Mrs. E. 0. Saunders, Des Moines; W. Springs. ( Wilkes Barre. I

viHe; :Mr. and Mrs.. J. T,. Fater,. Bir-'1 IA. Haydock:: Iowa Falls; J. S. Heish-j I Mr, .and Mrs. John C. Rah, Buffalo I
nfnguam. I If berger, -Waterloo. ; Mr and Mrs. "W. B. Hatfield'and : \
Mrs"' T. J. Harvey and Mrs. Anna
x CANADA I ILLINOIS DIr and Mrs. II. G. Ilatfield, Buffalo; I Clewiston '
Robbins, Huron. .
Dir and Mrs. S. B. Buchanan,' Westminster n. }'. Rico, Chicago; E. L. Dunder- Mr. and Mrs. P. V. Becker, Schenec- : \

B. C:; Mr. and Mrs. C. P.. vllle, Chicago; Mrs. C. J. Haines. tady; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cheek, TENNESSEEMiss

, :. Wood, Dr. and Mrs. J. Ferguson .. Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Turn- New York City; Dr. and Mrs. E. J. Ida Mae Leonard, Nashville; ..:::b... __

,I : William A and Mary Martin, Alice E.I turg, LaGrange, ; Miss J. M. French, I Schnell, North Touawanda.i Mr. and Mrs. Matthews, Nashville; -
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Martin, Inez Davies, M. C. Davies, I IIi Ii Cricago; Mr. and Mrs W. F. Gatleft, Mr. and 1lrsV.. P. Baird, Nashville. f
: thel M. McAlpn, London. Ontario; Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. I A. L., Porter VERMONT "f
i I and Mrs. B. L. Horn, Newport. '
F. Cuarron, J. O. Quillet and S. -Trusea. -11 11f and Mi'. and Mrs Happernath, Brook-' .* NORTH CAROLINA Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Fuller, Saxton's PURE I

Quebec; W. J, Colby, Calgary: field; Mr. and Mrs. II. A. McArthur, Rivers. ,
C. G. Mccrdink, Charlotte; Mrs. I .
, Alterta. Chicago; A. II. Ferruer, Chicago; i VIRGINIAMr.
I Gertrude, Ludlum, Tryon; Mrs. D. P.
Miss Margaret Yorker, Chicago; Mr. and Mrs R. V. Moses
CALIFORNIA Lexington -
Jones, Siler City; Frank Silk J. L. You ,are always
Joseph H. Cheek,. Los Angeles.CONNECTICUT and Mrs. F. L. Sample, Port Byron; Abernathy and! George Ford, States- ; Mrs. J. C. Dillard, Richmond; B. r;

/ Mr. and Mis. J. W. Troeger, LaGrange i ville. F.. Richmond, Olive Richard, H. A. 'I OUR PURE

,Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Williams. New Mr. and Mrs. A. West; 'Mr. and Mrs. OHIO Fynkhouser and Mattie Fynkhauser 1 ):

Davids., Chicago; II. M. Palmer, McLean Strasburc Mr. and Mrs.\ II. A. Van- I
Hrfven; H. Hurlbutt, Westport; Mrs. Mr..and Mrs. G. E. Snyder and L. ; Clewistonites 1 >< realize s
:. 3 U. Cassidy', South Britian; Mr. and ; 1 Ir. and Mrs. J. O. Palmer, 'I sickles, Roanoke.
I' P. Denney, Columbus; H. C. Bechtel, been forced
and Mrs. r... T. Carter, to
' Mrs. W. A Hotchkiss, Torrington; Oakland?! Mr. Dayton; Isabelle Morrison, Black WEST VIRGINIAMrs. i
i f": Mr. and Mrs. B., A. Faruliam and Mr. Wood River; Samuel Purtteman, Wm. I L. F. Whitaker, Huntington. supply the demand.
Lick; Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Palmer, ; ,,
t f': "- sad Mrs. F. I. White New Haven; S. Purtteman and W. O. Puitteman, Reynoldsburg: ; Mr. and Mrs. Fred I WISCONSIN I
'f. :. Oregon F. H. Holterman, Henry G. W. Maas Madison Mr/and Mrs.
:1 Alice L. Smith, East Hampton. ; Rockwell,. North Baltimore; Mr. and I I ; '
. FLORIDA Finke and A. L. Bartholemew, Elm 'V. R. Rowley and Mr. and Mrs. S. B.
Mrs. ,George E. Armstrong, Euclid; i CLEWISTON .
f: Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Pfastridge, BOCA hurst; Mrs. J. S. Kugler, Alton. Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Sargent and Mr.\ Walker, Racine; Albert E. Schilling. t u I

[ : Raton; :Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Smith, INDIANAC. and Mrs. S. W. Schaffer, Ward Car and, John Miller. Marlon. \ t I

[' Stuart; Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Lloyd, C.' Wert, Covington; Mr. and Mrs ( Mrs. L. H. j j :'-
son Chillicothe' and -
; Mr. :::
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.. DR. V. B. SMITH | = : :: :: :: :: :: : : r
[,; Rradenton; Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Wat Greeley j Korn, South Bend; Isaac J. I Willis, .Cincinnati; Mr.\ and Mrs. J. .-
( kina, Lake Worth; Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Knoblock and Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Huff Shank n'l i
I, Dayton; Mr. and Mrs. H. I
r, LakeVorth Mr. and< Brenuen Mrs. Adolph Mottes, South;
' ; ; Stokes, Waynesville; Mr.\ and Mrs. A. GLADE, FLA.Headaches. 1
'f r'. Mrs. J. R. Scott, Lake Worth; C., H. Rend: Mrs. I. J, Knoblock, Brennen; H. Emerson. Toledo. I S J : L

t "Evans and Mrs. D. K. Slump, Lake Frank Brahan and Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Mr. and Mrs. I stomach .
N. Cincinnati
I Sharpless, I'
; Worth; Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Plumon-} Hice, Terre Haute; H. Kennedy, Ken- 1 .r "t FOR'
Mr. and DINNER
i ; Mrs. J. W. Brown;>> Tip- i' liver and bowel I
!I don Palm Beach; Othello Lewis, wood; Dr. James Y. Welborn and I peycanoe City; C. R. Holmes, Cleveland

( West Palm Beach; Mr. and Mrs. Geo.S. James Y. Welborn. Jr., Evansville; ; Mr.\ and Mrs. N. W. Rinehart, Tt troubles. Acute and I

Peters, Lake Worth. M. F. Miller, C. H. Shultz, C. G. Miser Dayton R. S. 1 % ,
; Ringer, Wadsworth; h I
4 f. Mrs.: Bertha, Marsh, Fort Myers;, W. and R. W. Riddle, Auburn; Mr. and I Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Hadley'. Win wood; I i ;; Chronic. TO ARRANGE

i; H. Hetuck and Thos. Sheed, West Mrs. George Fanington, Paul and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. R. Gould], Silverton BOWL"1
Palm Beach: ; H. C. Danon' West Palm Howard j' Fanington, Indiailapolis.I' Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Leroy, Cleveland; Day and Evening I FISHING OR .

: BeachV.; W. Woollen, Arcadia; H. LOUISIANA Mrs. A. Patterson, Findlay; Dir and Hours I I'S i
C. White, Jacksonville; W. Dewey Mr and Mrs.\ C., D. Kenter, Frank- = :. I .

. Smith, Tampa; C. Sanderson, Jacksonville line -1 I = .:: :: :: :: .:: :: :: :: =: .:: :: ::::: :: :: = :: :: .::: ::=:: :: :: .:: :: :: THE
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(I' ; Mrs. Anna Gumbrecht, West KENTUCKY I _
t:. Palm Beach; Mrs. D. T. McCarty: and I H. Hardcaslle. Alice Hardcastleand I FOR: ,RENT .1 CLEWISTON i

r C. C. Bush, Ft. Pierce; Ray M. Aftker-' Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Coleman, "In The Center of

man, Lake Worth; Harvey G. Dickison Bowling' Green; Harold Jones and 2 ACRES MILES FROM CLEWISTON I

St. Petersburg; Aslmr Gulp, Mrs. W. O, Jones, Louisville. '
Tampa; Mr. and Mrs. R. H.: Lincoln,j MINNESOTA On Cross State Highway

- West Palm Beach; Mr. and Mra. F'I i :C. E. Siemer and Harold Cummins,' IDEAL SPOT FOR POULTRY FARM -
F. Pepper and S. L. Crowenstem., I Bai num. 3 HOUSES-SHADE 'I' .'
West Palm Beach. MAINEW.

Mrs. Chas. B. Watkns. West PalmBeach S. Crosby and party Bath. > BANANA LIME LEMON TREES I 1

; J. C. Walden, West Palm I '-MARYLAND I .
Beach; Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Walton i r Geo. W. Arminger.and Russell Mc- Highest Spot Along Lake I "

and Mr. and Mrs.r G. L. Cress, Mi- Cruder, Blltwell; E. W. Pearce, Laurel Address ', / f ;!'

ami; :Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Van Horn, ; Mr. and' Mrs B. T. Bradley, Frost- J J'I' 5 \ \
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West Palm Beach; Mr. and Mrs. G. burg. '''/....' .. ..... .... ''-1.'. MCCULLY ::5 : 'i' .::,.,. : I I1 I 1
W. Fnguay, Lake Worth; Mr. and Mrs: MASSACHUSETTSMr. 1 ',;." '. i
'... .. ,,:!, ".. Clewiston in the
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C.. E. Huff, Lake Worth; Mrs. Lula and Mrs. J. F. Atkins, Boston; \ ;' r :, L ,.' .- .... ;,
Clewiston I ,
Childers, Mrs. Pensin and Celand Mr. and Mrs. C. I?. Collins, Medford;
cane plantation and in :
Pensin, Fort Meade; J. S. Baker and F. Fisk Widensville Mr. and Mrs.A. '::= :: :: :: :: : :: :: :: ;1
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Mrs. M. S. Cameron, West Palm B. Steere, Melrose; Mr. and Mrs. .-.. I.i
1 i agricultural section: in
Beach; John J. Mahoney, Palm Beach S. M. Robinson Hudson; Mr. and MrsJ. ,
M. J. Jennings, West Palm Beach; F. Higgins, Athol; Mr. and Mrs A.I j of prosperity I'

Robert Davis and Mr. and Mrs. M. T. L. England, Boston; Mr. and Mrs. F.

I Chester, Lake Worth; George S.Clark Center.MICHIGAN ., ,.- ."'
: C. Pierce, Newton 'J. '. of Florida.1 ." . ;
: ..' .'_' ., '..;> ;...
Miami; W. W. Preston, Sara- l .: :

'ota; Dr. W. A. Oughterson West Mrs S. W. Huff Detroit .. ',' r. ;:,}. : ; : .i.iI
Mr. and ; J ; I ; ,' .- : r!' !:?': : !; : : :: : ;; : ;
Palm 'Beach; Irving C. Smith, Avon Guy S. Danon, Grand Haven; Mr. and :

Park; Mr. and Mrs. L. E. JefCeries, Mrs. H. A. Day and Mr. and Mrs. E. "
-- Winter Haven; Mr. and Mrs. F. L. J. Sanford, Flint; :Mr. ,andlMrs.. A. A. exceptionally goo

Slaughter. Avon Park; H A. Marning Van Zanten, Grand Rapids; Arthur I
the northern :
Miami Beacr; Mrs., Jas. Ludum. West Farnill, Bath; Wilbert Walker, Lans- Glades,

Palm Beach; Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Al- ing; 1\11'. and Mrs. C. H. Ayers, De '
drich. I. I. 'Tatom. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. troit; Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Fellrath, FEW. CHOICE ROOMS &G; expanding sugar '

Farrington, HOward A. Jackson, Mr. I Inkster; Mr. and Mrs, Frank Flaitz 1 1 I I

and Mrs. R. E. Royce, Mr. and Mrs. Kalamazoo; Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Fisher ; ARE NOW AVAILABLE. prosperity ahead.

George J. Brown, Mrs. H. T. Har't'l and C. P. Fisher; Pontiac. I

Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Brauee, Mr. I Clayton Wetmoie, Hart M. Cox, Detroit : : ,;

Mrs. E. C. Dye, Mrs. William Dye,. ; Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Slemons, I, ,,

Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence RadcliCC, E.I I Grand Rapids; Mr.. and Mrs. E. J.Iemons. REASONAVLE RATES,' Clewiston '.

T. Watrous, E. J. Coby H. T. Graham $ Grand Rapids; Mr. and Mrs.. [ '

A A. Edwards, Mrs. J. E. Van Foss en.I l f C. N. Boyers, Iron River; Mr. and HOMELIKE 'SURROUNDINGS not a myth but a

Esther Edwards, C. Lee Graham and Mrs. Jack Purdy, Rogers; F. W. I I ,
George Weaver, Lake Worth. Keulster, Grand Rapids; Mrs. E. W. w industrial and

Mrs. W. E. Van Landingham,, West I Alles and E. W.. Alles, Jr., Detroit; :

Palm Beach; Dr. L. Colson, ML Dora I Mr. and Mrs. Lewis. G.' Erb, Detroit; : TRY OUR SUNDAY DINNERS '

C J. Jacoby, West Palm Beach; L. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. B. Sand and Anna ; : : ;:! : '

Davenport and Mr. and Mrs.' H. O. Pershall, Royal Oak., \ ,r '..' r + I'I'J
Beach L. 0. Lee, ( .
Ifiers, West Palm ; NEW JERSEY ; -
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Mr. and Mrs. Joha W. /
Lakeland; Mrs. E. Tuthill, Ramsey; Mr. and 11
Claussen, Miami; Mr. and Mrs L. B. Mrs. F. J. Reinecke, Glen Rock, Mr. CLEWISTON'S
Hill, Cocoa; Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Loop and Mrs. W. 'Wade Heritage, Rich- I II I

et'. Ft Lauderdale; Helen A. Schalap- mpnd. CLEWISTON

pich. West'. Palm Beach; L. Frank NEW YORK i ,

Hancock, West Palm, Beach; M.. A. Mrs. S. H. Anderson, New Rochelle;
Smith, Avon Park. J. S. McUller, C. S. Eaton and C. *T. S Clewiston
GEORGIA Bennett, Holly; Mr. and Mrs. Monroe I .. t I f
F. M. Walden, Fitzgerald; G. ;J. R. Goodman, New York City; George M. .. : ..'. t* t

Fraser and A. H. Fraser Atlanta; Mr smith Brooklyn; W. Coulter, Fayette .. MRS.f CLAUDE DOWNS, Manager. f '
and Mrs. P. A. Coram and H L. Stew- ville; Mr.' and Mis. R. Lewis, Utica; ,. : I.... ." ,' I I'I "IN 1 {- THE CENTER 0

art. Sylvester; I Mrs. '.J. C.. :A. Branau, Mr. and Mrs. O. K. Stewart, Hornell; i '

Atlanta; Frank Asbury, LaGrange!; ; IE. H. Nelson" Hornell;' Mr. and Mrs. '. ,, \, .. SUGAR f)

Dr. D D. Smith, Byron.' _: ) Jas.. H. Densuap and Mr. rind Mrs. _' .- -, 1 ',.' ,
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O. D. Saunders. Pulaakl; Mr. and Mrs'1 Ef. George, Belle Harbobr; Mr. and I I \
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CROPS AND PRICES I there rapidly and had a high sugar gram f is completed it will form one of QUESTIONS" 1 I .l.C8J
drum continuous filters,
I type vacuum i Three new 13-foot diameter vacuum
POINT TO PROFIT content. The stumbling block was the largest sugar cane growing and ..
!i 8 by 12 feet, havo been added to the pans were added to the graining eta _:
drainage. grinding units in the world. Following is the second list of 15
original Installation of six Shriver
tlon. Tho original station had 10-
(Continued from page 1)) Other sugar men scoffed, said the Tho Southern Sugar Company'sClcvislim questions in connection with Know'I I I. one
I ; plate and frame filters and an auxiliary foot and one 13 foot pan. Beneath the
I j drainage problem was insoluble or mill differs from other sugar Floriila' and Buy at Home Week
I battery of six Valdez filters.
aad the I II I pan foor, convenient for gravity flow
ed in this area next month economically I impractical. The state
mills In one major respect, the effort sponsored by the State Chamber of The concentration of the Juices into t
crop estimate from Miami[ Lock? to I of Florida, they pointed out, had epei I form is now effected in two '
is placed at from 15 to .. Iinstalled a battery of fourteen crys-
Haven without
Moore millions of dollars success. I
I is not used i is more of a nuisance thanI answer correctly the 15 questions multi-effect evaporators by the use
talizers.: To the original installation ---
that this will Itcould
IS cars. The fact crop Expert drainage engineer said published "
anything else to the operators. Becausp by the News last week and
I : of exhaust steam. The original Instal-
ften which fr
centrifugals will be I
bo marketed before the Texas crop I 1 be done, and Dahlberg backed ; I 10 ; i
of its affiliation with The the 15 published In this issue, will one quarduple effect
I. evaporator used for the of WA" 'm"I
drying and
indicates continued high
la harvested their judgment against the pessimism Ololox Company, however The receive a free pass to the Glatex 1 .
of 22,000 feet heating sur
I I square I I sugars, there has been added :anotherbattery
pc iccs. !'o fthe scoffers. The drainage engneers' I Southern Sugar Company wished to theatre All questions and\ answers',. face. To effect maximum econonmy :' \ 1
will be started .next I of : of fourteen centrifugals for :
Potato 'digging for I
plans called a system
conserve! as much bagasse, as possible must be presented at the office of in steam consumption the system of : *
I i drying "C"
week and' although prices are good, I water control similar to that .used in to be'used in the manufacture of Celo The Clewiston News not later than heating utilized to large I sugars.
vapor was a The from the "A"
inot of a crop to of I sugar and
here enough Holland to keep out the waters I alK'pily I
t"x. (The Celntex Company has next Wednesday afternoon. I
I degree. The vapors given off by the :
sugar centrifugals is conveyed
.CWMIC much of an upward trend in local the North Sea. Dikes would segregate : ,
'.... made plans for the erection, of 1. What Is known as the finest evaporators ,are used two. three and i
through an elevator Into a hopper and
prosperity, '' of apprlximately 40,000
areas I II
i u manufacturing plant in the Ever- beach in the world?
I I ocean sometimes four times in the concentration -.
Tomatoes, cabbages and ouions are and would drain or through an automatic weighing andsacking
acres huge pumps .] .
I ::1:1I1eR'The: ) enlarged plant was 2. When was Florida admitted to :
of Juices and for boiling he
plentiful In this section and with I these sectors at will. Today machine Ino the bags ready
I therefore designed to operate 'on a the Union? I I
incoming raw Juices and then fur
I are
hundreds ( thousands J for shipment. A new slow-moving con
prices good, o there than 200 miles of canals I
1 ar maximum( of eight per cent fibre in 3. which is the oldest Institutionof ther utilized for' boiling down the syr-1
dollars will be distributed among I centrl- veyor from the bagging machine to
f and ditches served by huge I
I : the 'cane which contains on an aver- higher learning in Florida? up to sugar in the vacuum graining I I
Glades: farmers to see tkeia through with a total capacity of j i i the sugar warehouse permits the sew-
fugal pumps 12 cent minimum of fibre. I
I I agq a per I 4. How often does the Florida legislature pans. \.
In transit.
the summer season.SUGARLAND 30,000 gallons of water per minute. The Clewiston 'factor ', grinding 4000 ing of bags
i } I i i convene and on what day? I

This drainage system controls some tons of cane per day, will produce I I What is the highest point in FlorIda

ROAD i iTO 100,000 acres of land. Surroundingthis 160 tons of bone-dry fibre. This is sufficient -\I I I ? ;:

LEE COUNTY I land are approximately 60 milesof to manufacture approximately I r 6. Where are tho following: (a) .

I dikes. / 500,000 square feet of Celotex. the State hospital for insane; (b) Boys'
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(Continued from page 1)) \ .. ,! The enlargement of the sugar mill sugar factory proper, where the :: school of correction; (c) Girls' schoolof J. R. ALSTON GROCERY -& MEAT MARKET 1\:\

is but one indication of the .rapidity I II juice is boiled: down to commercial I correction; '(d) State school for

Wdgg and Senator Vf. IL Malone of ( with which this project is being car- sugars, especial attention was givento deaf and blind; (e) State school for

Key West.With j ried forward. Last year 4500 acres of secure efficient 'operation metods feeble minded children; (f) State SATURDAY, MARCH 1,1930OUR

an excellent paved road now cane were harvested. This year the in order to work: with the least pos- prison; (g) University of Florida; (h) /

leading to within three miles of Cfew- harvest covers 11,000 acres. In January amount of steam consumption. Florida State college for women.

Iston, completion of the new project new cane was being planted at 7. How did the grapefruit derive its SPECIALS FOR SATURDA .& MONDAY .
The, Clewiston mill was enlarged .
will put Clewiston in the center of: a Ithe I rate of 400 acres per clay. Next I II name? I
under the direction of W. G. Ames,
well. paved road extending across the year the total acreage for harvestingwill 8. Which is the'' smallest county in..I. MEATS..i. \ .
I 'construction engineer. The buildings .
Fort to Palm Beach. be30,000.. The Southern Sugar .. .
state from Myers of' the'state? .' '....>..', .. .r f"
housing the factory equipment are -JL', : .. ',
This will eliminate the necessity of I Company's 'six year development pro 9. What is the total area of Florida 2 pounds for ............. .. ..::::\t; f4". ';.:',:q:,\....",,,,, -
concrete. of
steel and About 750 tons SPARE RIBS .; : :;.: : 35
Moore calls for the addition of a 5000
motorists traveling through gram iA terms of acres? '
structural steel was used l In the ad- : ::.} 1;:: : '
Haven and Glades county on the trip ton grinding mill each year and the 10. f this total, approximately how :. .. j i L :; ..
will make the annual planting of 20,000: acres of dition. A brief summary of the enlargement fresh, pound :..................... .:: ;............
from coast to coast and I many acres are occupied by streams HAMBURGER : ni.; : 15
of equipment : : :r :
trip from Fort Myers to Palm Beach new cane. By 1936, Dahlberg estimates and lakes? I. .
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I I original milling tandem consisted .;
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possible in slightly more than three there will be 135.000 acres of i crusher 11. What is the official name of the pound ..............\.. ..:..J....,{ ;V'.../.,..'.,................'..,.......... ........... ''
33 78 inch
a by BEEF
hours... ,. cane for harvesting .or 450,000 tons business men's association 'Clew ; 15 '.
The appropriation fon Hendry coun of raw sugar. The grinding capacityof driven by a 22 by 42 inch Corliss engine : l : : ;
\ the ne'w mills a shredder driven by a 300llorsepower pound .:::;.. : _.:.... .:. :. ..:.:. :... ..:. ...... ,........ .
work the will
ty was $145,329 and on company's be 34,000 12. Whit is the total length;; (in PICNIC HAM : : : 19CGROCERIES' IT
ninerollermill ,. '
'1 I motor and a ; 'f'
,road will be started in ,the near fu- tons of cane per day. pawls) of the nine holes on the new <. : : .
34 by 78 inches, driven by a 36 \ '
I th'e
ture. The development of Everglades Clewiston golf course and who were .,
60 inch Corliss engine. This mill* '
I centers around Clewiston, which -five I I the golf architects who designed the I ;j ':
lug plant was increased by the addi- : r
MAGAZINE TELLS years ago was too small to find Itselfon I .. .
.I:I tion of another 31 by 78 inch nine course? 24 pounds self rising, .................. .......................... :..: :1 : ....... C
OF SUGAR WORK I the map. Today it has a population 13. On what date did the 1930 grinding FLOUR : ) ; : 84 l

((Continued from page 1)) '! of 2500 persons all engaged in roller mill lined up in the same tan- season start in the Clewiston factory -I .. ..-.,( .I .,'\ '- .
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dem with the original installation.The
the .ugrr business. The town has elec of the Southern Sugar company? 12' pound:, self rising .: .... ...............'...: ;;:..t:::::...: :......:... ii f
new set of mills are driven by a FLOUR '- : : ) 46C
monotonous brown reaches of the tric light, schools, churches, fine ... .
14. What, is the approximate lengthin : .' .
38 60 inch Corliss engine. New I \. : ,' \:(
Everglades. As far as the eye could< homes and a bank with deposist totaling -, by f .

stretched water and waving saw rolls were provided throughout. ( feet) of the (a) north aril south 2 pou nds ..........................:...:...'.. : : .....:. ........ .........: .:....;... c
see $300,00. Within the last six LARD i :: 25
and (b) east and west run- "
runway '
While attention was focused 01 months Three 1000 horsepower! boilers were : : .: ;: ; :,
grass. the population of the town has I wily nt the Clewiston airport? : }. :'. : ,
j added to the original boiler house!' in- -
Florida during the real estae boom increased 150 per cent. 15. What is bagasse? !:';: 1 pound cans; ,oadYl.ay 'and. vlhi.ey.ay : : ......;.; ...... .... '
of 1925, the first plans for growing While The Southern Sugar Compa- stallation of four 500 horspower .boil OFF r. f i ,. :, .:' ,.:\.: ':. : 21c '

sugar cane on a large commercial ny's big mill Is now in Clewison, the erE!. Each new boiler is provided with .' . ", :. ;?i;, I

scale in the Everglades were laid program calls for the erection this two bagasse furnaces and erwipp0'! tor, which will carry: the entire pres- B READ 3 lOc loaves...........................". .....u.: ...........,....,.:..".' .....).,. .,.............. 22 C

When the real estate boom faded, year of a 5,000 Ton mill at Canal with superheaters, soot blowers :and: ent, load requirements of, the factory, :, ... : .>/,: .\..; : ;

vorlon: the' sugar, project was underway Pont on the other side of Lake Okee- oil burners.i The boilers are connected. was Installed The original two en-| 0' Spaghetti, regular'10c'size' box for ..............

and on January 14, 1929, the :: chobee, where a 600 ton mill is already by steel breeching to a 200-foot-rein- gine-driven S25-kilowatt generators }i ftlA CAR 0 NI .. :. .Y.:: :: 5C

first plant of The Southern Sugar i located. The remaining mills forced concrete stack with a 13 foot. will be held as stand-by units' and for -.. .. ..,.. ', "' _'.r':-" : r. ;or., J-. ,, -:. I 1

Company began cane grinding opera- wil 1 be ocated at other strategic pointsas 'I! top diameter. supplying the esser load requirements! MILK 3 tall cans .....;...........;r.-......... ....... ....: ......:..:......:.:.::.............. 27-b' \

A new 2000-kiIowatt turbogeneraFOR .
Uons. plating progresses. When the pro- of the factory. Trey will also supply

This plant had a capacity of 1500 ----.;. light an dpower to the city of Clew-, "

.. tons of cane a day. To feed it 4,500 I'I'I itson during the off season in. I the sug- 1 We carry a' full line of Native and Western .M'eats of. all'.kindS' at all tim s.Don't .

acres of cane were harvested during ar company's activities.
I I SALEby Forget
the short grinding season.. At that The Juice heating station in the
I Opposite New Post Office Hopkins Block
, time other acres were being cleared the following merchants the accounts listed below, I I original installation/ consisted of four Telephone 300

i for planting at the rate of 150 per day I > heaters of 568 square feet ,heating
! Seventy-five tractors plunged and surface each. To this battery has
I Lola Cason, $3.55; Martin Dowling, $16.20; Robert Ishie,..
; wallowed.through the sawgrass. baying been added four new heaters of 1500 1, ;
fields 6t $14.34; A. Lincoln, 29.51 ; James McNeal, 34.22f; J Waldron, I 1r' Y \
; behind them plowed square feet heating surface each. Two
. brown soil. Under the rays of the 22.48; A. E. Williams, $8.50; Mrs.J. E. Walker, $12.90; H. N '. i

Florida and with the aid of fer- Wilson,- $7.50; Sam Williams, 490.
sun ,
tilizers, this soil became rich- black BLATE BROTHERS F ;

and ready for planting. When the John Clinton, $7.55; John Sloan, $7.00; L. W. Trueblo'od?, $5.00 < ::1

cane was ripe for harvesting on Janu- Harvey Jones, 2.90; W. L. "Woods,. $6.50; 'J. H McKay, $4.35. Gro ry'l;
ary 2 of this :year, there were 11,000 Fears

acres available for grinding. ; CLEWISTON SUPPLY COD ,

To meet this increased production Edwards, $15.20; H. C. Douglas, $20.89; R. Lewis, $11.00;

of cane, the capacity of the mill has R. B. James, $18.45; Will Guyer, $13.72; Harry Altman, $16.00;

been increased to :4X)00 tons per day. S. W. Lovett, $13.00; H. Kllmmth, $9.90; Z. R. Reed, $15.00; P.

Over 2,500,000 was spent in more O. Lee, $5.00. :: '
than doubling the mill's capacity. --- : ::. ,, : ...
When this year's grinding started "

The Southern Sugar Company; had in- .
,- or relish, 1 barrel ..
vested more than $12,000,000 in ItFJ 10rt\J.N ISE ? 79c

equipment, drainage, clearing and .... .... .'.... : ( ',. ,.'. GROCERY DEPARTMENT !iU ft .. .
planting operations and the purchase. ..i ", ,:;' .. :. ALL NEXT WEEK_ ,,)..f .,.' : Ibs. ..................:.

of additional land. \ ,'.. 5 pounds ............... .... .. ............ C CR.jlf1lfFN Ff:1iT\ 25c
.' ; 25 .
Something of the personalities and I RICE :: : : : :

behind this swift transformation : ? .. .' .. ; home baked, 2 for ............; ..........
aspirations BPJ AD 15CDUTIt'R
BERT MELVILLE PLAYERS pound ...... ; ; ?* nCi : '
of the Everglades into a ; ,:: .tt.Afe.M.yV-r"..".: rp< :: *;-, \.- '. 0
source of.sugar was told in the Manufacturers : "- : rtlI 2 p k gs. .". .- ........ ...................
Record a year ago. Above ai' u iR CH ES ; :: :: :: : .15c
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everything else figure of tent Cn FtE '" .
president of The ;- '- } -' pancake, pkg ... .... .................. .. "
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'. .:: .. W FLOUR :: : 13C
Southern Sugar Company. Dahlbergfirst ., 3 cans ..z,:. ... .
'. PO RK & BEANS : : 25
became interested in sugar cane .;! .- CLEWISTON FLORIDA 7) 3 g. ....... .;........
production as head of The Celotex : :
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Company, which manufactures 400, : ,:: pound pkfl

000,000 square feet of structural insulation '\..: ..';'. : ; SWIFT JEWEL \ ; .' .:. I3c 2 pkgs :.....:... .....:...........'
< POST RRAtl 25C
board a year from: bagasse, *, Monday opening plays \ ;" . .
2" 2. .
the residue of sugar cane after the OLIVES : -ft: ;: ;; 15CifiCE pk9. ..................... .. ( .
juice has been: extracted The C .lo- lililbrlES : J3C :

tex Company depended largely on big jars, 2lbs., 11oz ............ .: '..... .
Louisiana mills for its supply of ba- : .11 A WISE CHILD f! V; JAM ; :: .;:. 48c MEAT DEPARTMENT

gasse, and several years ago when vrlJUijl'I' '

these mills seemed doomed to close TOILET PAPER 6 rolls ';:" "..:"-\". 24 STEAK! pound ..... ..'...................................... 25c

the inroads of disease In- .
because of
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to the state's cane crop, Dahlberg big acts .; /:' dried, 2 pkgs. .......................:..:..';. 25 c pound ....:....................... ..
looked toward Florida as the the pos I !l STEW 15c1YftCiONI

sible location' for the founding of a -
or spaghetti 2 for ............ 2 pounds, choice meat '
that would not 17
new sugar "industry UAlTlDUKfaCft 35Cquick
only supply the Celotex Companywith Auspices American Legion

\craw material but would add to r arrow, 2 pkgs .... I6C sliced pound ............................
the domestic sugar production of the 33c

United problem States.was While successfully the Louisianacane solved I'! \\Admission:' 25c children. 50c adults SOAP POWDER Swift's 3 pkgs :..... Hc SPARE RIBS pounds ...........'.............35C. I

through the ,introduction of new and

disease-resisting varieties of can ,...,

from Java, Dahlberg investigated the Doors open 7 p. m. show starts 8'p.. :m. '

possibilities of growing cane in the /PHONE :
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Everglades.. Government reports on

experiments showed that cane grew

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