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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: April 25, 1930
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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VOLUME 4-NO. CLE W/S TON. FLORIDA FRIDAY. APRIL 25. 1930 PRICE 5 CENTS



,l\.; \ CERTIFICATE OF '88 Car Arriving Cane At Train Mill MALONE TO RUN SCHOOL PUPilS 11 o'clock Established Curfew For TAX COLLECTOR


fLY-FREE CROPS New Local RecordThis FOR REELECTION TO PARTICIPATE Clewiston MinorsMinors TO ACCEPT POLLTomorrow



1I : ISSUED TO FARMS' Lake Okeechobeo city on the added southern another shore record of TO STATE SENAE IN MAYPAGEANT streets, of will Clewiston not be after allowed vll on o'clockIn the TAXES$ IN TOWN -

to its already long list when the _
i 'I the future, it was announc'edyesterday

j;: t'' Lima Beans, Egg Plant, announcement that an SS car was train made of sugar this week cane Key West Man's Service Princi pal AnnouncesCast by Deputy Sheriff F. H. Is Final Date ::1

,,. \. Tomatoes And Peppers rolled into the Clewiston mill from Reflects Ability r In For School May Morcland who said that the curfew To Pay Taxes In Clew

, ,I, Must Be Certified Before tho ,Canal Point area. Senate. /, Day Fete. ruling\ is to keep the youth of the iston Regisfcra t Ion '
and fifty car trains are. I
Forty
community out of mischief.
,; Shipment. and several trains of .j Must Be Made in County
I commonplace Official announcement, that: State 'Plans are rapidly Hearing comple- "The new ruling will become; effective -

I 60 and 70 cars have been hauledto Senator William H. alone is a candidate tion for the :May Pay exercises to immediately," Mr. Moreland Seat. _
Shippers of lima beans, tomatoes. the S8 train Is !
the mill but car
, for reelection was receivedin? be held on the lawn of the Clewis "
,togg. plant and peppers fromthis the biggest single; train load hauledto Clewiston' 'r ton school said, and the hour of eleven o'clock W. W. Preston, 'local attorney
yest rday. \v:. next week, it was an-
section must have a certificate showing I has boen set that the minor I
the Clewiston factory since the I Senator Wm. II. Malone '''was Torn nounced yesterday by Mrs. J. E. so may outlined for The News the two important .

their: crops to pave been Mediterranean inspected opening of the grinding season last in Key West; attended the public Beardsley, principal who has as- still attend tho show, but they will facts In connection with
and declared free from -
January G. and private schools; was cigar makerfor signed the pupils to their parts in not be permitted to loiter about the Clewistonltes qualifying to vote In
fruit fly before they may be "'I'
the June
over six years but worked .in1' the exercises The completed program street;' primary election.
in lewiston
shipped, it was announced "
S only one factory Cortez Cigar,Company will be ready later in the week. .... Prospective voters must register
yesterday by W. F. Ward of '
UNIT OF GARDEN ; earned and saved the money 'I' Those who have been named to on or before next Thursday, May 1. .
Fort Myers, district inspector for the I ,
fr T 1 to obtain a college course in law, portray fireflies are Dickie Patterson TRADE PLANS FOR Poll taxes must be paid by May
U. S. Department of Agriculture,
who was in this section issuing certificates CLUB ORGANIZED and obtained a Bachelor's degree;, in I Harvey Bourne, Junior Eiland, 15. :" _)

"r to northern' Everglades ,one year; he has practiced, law f in John Mowiy, .Leonard Thomas, Billy SUMMER WILL BE With tomorrow\ set as the final .

farmers. BY lOCAL womEN Monroe County for twenty-nine years Davis and Sammie Lang. date on which Clewistonites may pay ,'j

.. Shipments of the above mentioned served in the House of Representatives White clouds will be depicted by TALKEDAT MEET their poll tax locally, several hun _

.5 5- vegetables cannot be accepted at the I the sessions of 1917 and 1919, ,Carolyn Hudson June Hooker, Julia dred votes are expected to pay the :J

freighter express offices for ship- Mrs. E. L. Stewart Is and in ;the Senate the sessions ;of Oglesby, Maye Brooks, Edna Leiter, '- tax tomorrow rather than make the ':

E; mnt unless the certificate showing Of 1911 and 1913,' 1919 and 1921, 1923- Mildred Dees. Merchants Will Form trip to the count seat in La Belle.Cooperating }
: Elected Chairman
the"' crop to have been inspected and and 1925, and1927 and 1929, .slid t Storm clouds will be Helen Surls, with the people of >i

passed Is displayed. Local Organization. served in' five extra sessions. ,* Elizabeth Winn, Gus Cantrell, Mere- Plans For Bigger Clewiston, James L. Taylor, county .r .

Virtually every, farm 'in this sec, His time was devoted principallyin dith Poppler and Willie Hanson. Trade Volume.Goals tax: collector will be in Clewlstom! :'

: tion has been inspected and, certificates Organization of ,the Clewiston Unitof the legislature to educational :jnat- Butterflies are Elva Alston, Lois throughout the day tomorrow to ac- ;'

I I .5" issued, Inspector Ward said, the Upper Glades Flower and 'ters and a reform ,of taxation, In the Walls, 'Frances Taylor, Lera Webb, toward which the organization cept poll taxes and those who fail to

.A, but he suggested- ,that any farmers Garden club was perfected last Friday I session ,1929'-a tax of' one cent. per :Mary Bush and Mildred 'Brantley. will work and plans for in- make' payment here tomorrow will

i growing any of the four mentioned I afternoon at a meeting 'at the pound on fish :was,, proposed.- He"It. vi:...I .. ,Those to take the parl...of rainbow creasing the volume of business have to make the trip to La Belle to
I when I gorously opposed' this bill and waslarget"y tints Ardiue Jeffries, ,Betty their poll tax to be to
vegetables who have not had their ,home of Mrs. F. M. Wright. are during ,the summer -months will be pay qualified

crop Inspected and approved, write I Mrs. Elbert L. Stewart was elected successful in its defeat;, It Hooks, Mildred Ward, Dorothy Hare some of the' main subjects 'to be discussed vote, in the June primary elections. .

to him at Fort Myers. On receipt general chairman of the local unit imposed a burdensome tax on-the: I and Dorothy' Bethea. when members, of the Clewis- Although it was planned, by Mr.

, of such letters, :Mr. Ward. said the and 'Mrs. ,Tom Smith was elected fishermen of our state who are Winds :will be Pat McGhee, G. ,H. ton, Better Business League meet Toylor to accept registrations it has

' crops will be inspected immediately: secretary and treasurer. .least able to pay it. Houze, Bobbie Beardsley, Junior next Tuesday night at the ClewistonInn been learned that this is not pos- \

I' BO that 'there will be no delay. at Although. 'keen interest was shown In the 1927session he opposed and Waldron, Conrad Clark, Owen Winn, for their regular monthly meet sible., Those who have not previously '...
.
::1 / time of shipment in the work,> only tentative plans voted against i the extra ,five cents Jimmy Hall, Trevelyn "Moltz, James registered from this precinct must ,

,: There is no fruit fly within 100 were discussed, the main business, ; gasoline tax. In, the '1929 session ho Johnson, Ed Clark, Jimmy Beardsleyand ing.At the request of G. V. Hudson, do so in La Belle before next

miles of 'Clewis ton, the inspector said being the perfecting of the local opposed and voted against the 'extra '''Bobby ,Patterson.In president, many of the members will Wednesday,r April 30 to be qualified

but he asked that as a precautionary unit.Meetings will be 'held on the j 1!I! six cents tax on gasoline. He 'Intro- the, Pompeian Flower dance .come prepared to offer suggestions to vote in the June primary.

<'J measure local farmers on completionof last Friday of,'every month and the II duced a bill. and fought for an 63? will be'Mae ''Lilly Stone, Betty Spi- concerning definite goals toward Mr. Taylor, tyho will be in Clew

harvesting their, crop disc or plow newly organized unit will be the I emption of all gasoline tax on gases 'ger, Lois, Webb, Carolyn Hawkins, which the organization may work iston all day tomorrow will make his;

.i, under the remaining plants in the only Clewiston club meeting during line '''used in ,fishing, boats and ,other Margaret ''Weaver, Emma Laura and adoption of all or part 'of these headquarters at the office of the

field.He the summer months., The next meet- water craft. He' contended that I the ,Bethea, Evelyn Hare, Jane Marfield, suggestions will be given the atten- Clewiston News.,

I.a:', ,:' also stated that those planning. ing will be held on Friday, May 30 major portion of the ,gasoline tax ,Marcia:...,,:"Avant. Jewel Lowe, Louise tion of the members next Tuesday.An ''In a letter received here yester-

. I, to ship plant roots outof tre state at the home of Mrs. Cleo A. Houze. (Please turn to page 5)) Waldron, Roberta George, and in attractive entertainment pro day Mr. Taylor said:

-. must have a permit from his' department. Mrs. W., T. Marfleld who attendedthe ,the :Poppies dance will be Betty gram is being arranged and indications _
.. "It was. my intention to register
: : organization meeting of. the Up- Spicer and Margie, Harvel. .are that 'the meeting at the torwhile
I I. NEW LABORATORY ; those who wish in Clew
,Glades club in South fe-
per Bay
Inn next Tuesday night will be wellattended.
iston but looking up '
Saturday on
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action'taken .
,
ported'on: : the at that _
.
M FUNDS'RAlS : -'"" the law yesterday ,I find that the ... J
FOR BURGLARS -
D meeting. IS PLANNED FOR ENTER\ section permitting registration before "
Following the business meeting a

I '' J BASKET BALL ,ARE social refreshments hour was enjoyed were served.and delightful ,EXPERIMENT WORK : FEARS GROCERY ,CANE CREW MAY 1929 the tax'so. I collector would suggest was repealed that those in

: who, have not registered com to La ,.

GIVEN ;ro P. T. A. FOR SECOND TIME YET FIND PLACE ,I Belle and do so before' April 30, forI
State To Build Steel and belive that is the last day for regi-
U. S. CANE EXPERT \
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Concrete stration.
Building At IN BALL LEAGUE
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Organization To Build Thieves Escape With
Belle Glade.Plans
PRAISES'GLADES '
Basket Ball, Court In Cash And Cigarettes -,

Near Future. SUGARCANE CROPDr. are being' completed and From Local tore. With Lake Worth Out, SUIT LAUNCHEDTO

,
-- bids will be advertised In the near Clewiston Can Join INVALIDATE

A check for $92.50 was received future for the construction of a research Burglars entered the Fears store Coast
:. League.Clewlston's .
this week by Mrs. William G Ames Rands Gives Inter- laboratory at the Everglades for the second time within as many
ELECTION LAW
Experiment Station east of Belle weeks
: making off with $12 in cash
from J. L.
Morgan of Jacksonville, View To "FactsAbout Cane Crew may yet
Glade it was learned here yesterday.The and several cartons of cigarettes.
representing the transfer of a fund ,find a place in the Palm 'Beach coun-
Sugar. building will be, of steel and Admission was gained through the
raised ty league, it was learned here yes- :
last Commission Election
spring for By
... a basket ball concrete construction and will cost rear of the store by breaking a win- terday with the announcement thatit ,

court to the Clewiston Parent Teacher Praise for the operations of the approximately $60,000. The architectis dow ,and deputy sheriffs are now has not. been definitely settled County At Large

: '. association who will continue Southern Sugar Company was ex- Rudolph Weaver of Gainesville.The working on the case and expect-, to whether the Lake Worth team will Sought In Suit.

with the work. The money which was,pressed by a sugar cane expert of work is part of the building make early arrests. enter the Palm Beach league. -'
.. I the United States department of 'program for which $75,000 has been Authorities have learned the iden-
.
. raised Agriculture With
. .. by popular subscription was I the entry of the Brown Farm Acting on the contention that the
: in a recent issue of "Facts budgeted, and includes, In addition to tity of a trio who a few weeks ago
, deposited in the First Bank of Clew- 1 Ithe I and Canal Point teams into the present law is unconstitutional, suitis
About Sugar." The article read in] laboratory the three residences, entered, the Fears store, the Clewis
iston pending the Palm, Beach league hopes for reor- being started this week to have
beginning of work contract for
part as follows: construction of which ton Furnitur store and the Alston
" 0 ganizing the Everglades League In
invalidate the
the court
on the courts: "NEW ORLEANS, La.,;Dr. R. D. was awarded to Glenn B. Heard, local Drug store. Arrests will be made within supreme
which. these teams played last year, law which provides that county com
-' In a letter to Mrs. Ames, J. 'IL.I" Rands, sugar cane expert of the contractor and builder last week. the next few days. I
dwindled.
missioners shall be elected to office ;
'4' Morgan who led the drive for the United States department of agriculture I v Clewiston baseball players work by votes from their respective districts -

I."r '1 basket ball fund 4 last spring, suggested through, who is his well work known' at the in Houma Louisiana MAY 3 FINAL DATE FOR CANDIDATESTO ing out in spring training; found and not by the voters In ,the

that the money be transferred to themselves with possibilities of an I county at large, It was learned yes
experiment station, arrived in this
the P. T. A. who will continue with city today after spending some time QUALIFY FOR 'PRIMARY ELECTION excellent team but no league to en I terday on receipt of a telegram from,
ter. There was some hope of their Fred H. Davis, attorney general for
the
work.
I in Florida. Dr. Rand reports that
-- ': I ';. r ..., entering the Ridge League but the I Florida. ,
.0 The money will be used for the the cane crop on the fields of the
necessity of long trips to games 3761
I section 18 chapter
"Under ,
Southern Sugar Company in Floridais T TALLAHASSEE.Democrats and not earlier than May 22 nor later
purpose for which
it was donated, lessened the attractiveness of this 1929 commissioners '
acts of county
a fine one this season and states Republicans of Florida desiring to than May 25.
'--', and, work on the construction of the possibility.If will be voted on by districts only"the
that some lands are producing as If there is no nomination by ma-
enter the
, coming primaries ,as can- the Lake Worth team does not
courts will
be wire read
" : J..r.. started by the P T. A. hight as 67 tons per acre, while jority vote in the first, primary, there attorney general's
didates must send their enter the Palm Beach league, there -
' in qualifica- court invalidates
> the "unless
; near future when some additional productions. of 50 tons are common. will be a second primary, to come supreme:
tions to the secretary of state hereon will be room for Clewiston. In the this law in suit which Is being
funds due the P. T. A. are re "Dr. Rand is leaving for Houma, three weeks after the first primary, II
meanwhile members of the Cane
.2 ceived. where he will remain for the next or before May 3. This applies to with the two highest aspirants of started to have commissioners elect-

', few months in connection' 'With his those who intend to become candidates each party entered in the run-off. Crew are getting the kinks out. of ed by county at large on contentionthat
their muscles_ in daily practise on "
work for more and better sugar for state-wide or district of- Therefore, additional statements of law Is unconstitutional.
the school diamond.
r", Azucar. Is Name Of canes in Louisiana." fices. expenditures will be necessary 'for While invalidation of the law-

: "New Post Office In Under tho election laws, the time those, entered in the second primary. might affect the election returns for:

Readers Asked To for qualifying state candidates expires These statements are called, the third' Chicago Official county commissioners in other sections

J' ; Sugar Bowl Section 30 days before the first primary and fourth statements, which must,: Here On Business of the county where the can

Return Local Books which this year comes on June 3. In be filed between June 25 and July 4. didacy Is contested, It would have no

,: Azucar is the name of Palm Beach calculating the qualification! period, County Candidates Too. Thomas F. Kearns, of Chicago, effect on the 'election of the Commissioner -

: counb/8 newest post office. George Clewistonites having books the' secretary of state's office excludes The same law also(applies to coun- comptroller for the Celotex Com from Uhe> Clewiston district;,

." --' W. Smith, postmaster of West Palm owned by the Clewiston.. Libraryare the day of the first primaryand' ty candidates, who. must file the pany and director of the Southern since E. E. Kelly is the only candidate
, ,"; requested to return them to the counts backwards 30! days, who has announced and tho
Beach said, today. ,Azucar is Spanish statements 'with the circuit clerk of Sugar Company arrived In Clewis
I' for administration building, accordingto which makes the time limit ,May 3. their respective counties. Those run- ton Tuesday night to spend several unanimous local endorsement of his-
sugar. The new post office is located an announcement yesterdaywhlc.h / Must Bare Is accepted as an Indica-
'Experses. candidacy
5
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ning for representative in the legislature days here on business.Mr.
,<; at the commlsasry of the Southern said that there are more Other essential preliminaries to a or as state senator for a district Kearns made the trip to tion that he will be the only county

: '- ,, Sugar Company, two miles east than 100 books distributed among legal candidacy Includ3 tho filing of composed of a single county, I CFewiston by way of Palm Beach commissioner candidate from thin|
the .
I Si of Canal Point on Connor's highway. townspeople.The expense accounts with the secretaryof come under this ruling. and traveled through miles of Sugar district

:"dl The post offIce recently was designated the administration library Is being moved from state. Aspirants must file not .earlier The statements, must give in item cane fields on the automobiletrip Invalidation of the law by the

:. by congress. Appointment: of building to the than May 4 nor later than May ized detail the names, items and from the coast. He will Inspectthe supreme court would moan that

',.:,I;; a postmaster is expected soon. Mail books Clewiston school and those holding 8 a detailed account of the expenditures amounts covering all expendituresmade operations In ,th western end Clewistonites woud have a voice in'
,
jjk1-; will be handled by way of West Palm that are asked to return them so made in ,behalf of their candidacy directly or indirectly by himor of the, sugar bowl 'and visit the the election of, county commissionerSfrom

'r', Beach and Canal Point. the records may be complete for nomination' in the ''first primary by others for him on account of 4,000, tons a day Clewiston mill before other districts in the county as1
with the moving of the library. and a/-second such statement local precinct.
; his candidacy. returning to the north. well as from the '
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PAGE TWO CLEW1STON NEWS, CLEWISTON. FLORIDA

,FRIDAY, APRIL 25, 1930
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historians because it preserves the how it came about that "Lawrence 1
THE CLEWISTON NEWSPublished I Florida and European ports will be
/ ? on it. The
OTHER EDITORS { I sow hould receive a good
\
dialect' of the Roman plebeians, or Tibet was the only one of the cast in available for the first time.
:
I scrubbing before
every Friday at ;;a1,1111111111'1111111,111111111111111111111111'11'1111111," . .1/1,11/111111:: lower' classes.Of the "Rogue Song" who was flogged. she farrows' and'

Clewis ton, Florida. MARINES IN HAITISo its value to smut-seekers we I On \ should then bejplaced; \ on this clea
January 13th, 1930, Governor '
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grourd.1A'
submit the opinion of the magistrate / crop, of oats or rye makes
much criticism has been leveledat I The Carlton .
Upper Glades Flower and transmitted to i
Publisher President ail Ideal"} to
LOUIS MORGAN .... before whom Bookseller Nedwick '. lace have young pigs
the regime of the United States -
TOM SMITH ....... ............. Editor brought: j Garden club under the, presidency of Hoover a report showing contemplated -i f u rowed.Tbe .
Marines in Haiti, it would be wellto was \ "
J Mrs. W. J. Buck of Belle Glade will expenditures in Florida for .improvements '
fVgricuItuial
Entered at the Postoffice at' Clew-; look on the other side and note "It is tiresome to read, but having' undoubtedly blossom Into something in all lines of endeavorin sionfolks Extension Dlvi- iA.
,
iston, Florida, as second class matter. some of the benefits. People who are read it, I discharge the defendant." I worth while. 1930 totalling 11092664800. at Gainesville have worked

: study, to submit to law and order may That is a fitting rebuke to the I" out a system whereby'- it is possiMe
I SUBSCRIPTION RATES that' to .have' a succession of feed ani
snooper, as well as a guarantee ,
be expected to complain. R. II. Ellis '
Engineer
One Year ......... ..............:............... $2.50 "Satyricon" will not become' a best ': We can't understand why some of the .Florida grazing. -crops for' hogs They will
American officials are compiling a Power & Light "
Six: Months ..... ........1.........1.......1.1. 1.50 list of the improvements since the seller. As a matter of fact, a good of these radio announcers can't be pleted 'data for Company aerial has com- I send, information about thfs to anyone

Three Months ...............:....1........... .75 classics designated bY'' natural.: Checking over your listyou'll an map .of I who writes for it, or' *'ho inquiresof
intervention in 1915. Haiti they point many of the Florida to be' issued by the Aviation
find that very few of them his, county agent for it.Let's .
ADVERTISING RATES out; is a changed and better land customs officers and other guardians I Committee of the State Chamber of
J appears so. Either they talk like a consider hogs as market
discount since the of President Guil- of our morals as obscene are of interest 3
Forty-five cents per inch. No slaying Commerce. Capt. Carl Squires of Miami
fact whichin school boy memorizing.a .speech r crop, and raise them like they oughtto
for plates. No special position aume Sam, which led to the assumption only to scholars, a I Is In charge of the compilation.
else be raised
or as though. they're annoyedor so that we can :make
smuthounds to
guaranteed. All advertising copy of control by the United States. itself exposes the
adenoid.But some money on them. And let's market -.
must bo .in this office on Wednesday President Sam had'executed nearly the ridicule'' they deserve.-St. Louis
them along about September,
before issue of paper. 200 political prisoners before he was Post-Dispatch.
with television soon here, I COMMON SENSE I when prices are good., To do that.
assassinated. The marines found out-
many of them who we'll have to keep the
are now dispensing spring pigs
Maybe Gandhi is just ,trying ,to 'geta law' rule in the hinterland, no, roads, \.n../..1.11." ,",''''''''.',,'I..,,'\" ,1"',,' ,'I1111111'1111/11111'u ,
little salt for the British lion's tail. disease, and chaos In the treasury. the fairy stories, for the kiddies By Spuds Johnson growing.
{ JOTTINGS j j'll1) will go back to driving a truck.
Now consider the changes, say the

Pahokee's' festival has "bean" American authorities. Haiti's public ,'"'''''''11'II',,'II'"',,'11'1.'..' "'"'.," "'" '? "',"'" !111111': Had a little visit this morning by LEGAL NOTICEIn

postponed.It's health service ranks high, roads con- Summer rains seem to be startingin Statistically speaking, if al 1 theca.'n'e W. J. Sheely, livestock man with the Justice of Peace Court, First

nect cities and towns, credit is good. earnest in this section, spellingthe wagons'used on the Southern A. C. L. Railway. He belives In hogsas District, Hendry County, State of

about time for a tournament and order has been restored throughout death or the dawn of the auto Sugar company plantations, were put a money crop for Florida farms, Florida.Anna
end to end and drawn in front of a M. Hopkins, et vir, W. A.
on the new nine hole golf course. the island. Educational al forces are washing and polishing business-ac- when properly handled, and he said Hopkins, plaintiff, vs. Universal Markets -

making inroads on the illiteracy and cording to the way you look at it. reviewing: : stand, the reviewer" would some things that put me to thinking.As and B. W. Stappleton, defend-
have the heebie-jeebies. andt.. '
GANG ON THE GANGSTER standards of living have been raised. Some of us guide a freshly washed an indication of the growing importance

The American public 'sits about' decrying Hospitals' and clinics have been established ,and polished car around mud puddlesfor : : I'Amos of hogs a smoney makers, Under and by virtue of an exeoution -

the increasing activities of the I 'and Haitians are asking half a day and then just!? before and n-dy' acknowledged as he stated. that his road shipped 267 out of issued the above in the Court above, ''I stated will sell case at

gangsters and hoodlums in the northern American, doctors to stay. turning into our own street, meet an pie foremost radio, entertainers of cars of ,them from Florida in 1928 public outcry in front of the Court

cities and invariably sighs with In the ministry? of finance at least approaching' truck at a particularly the country, yet it is admitted that and '426 cars in 1929. Pretty good in- House door or in Clewiston, Florida,

the question of where it's all goingto .I one American must remain until 1952 muddy: puddle and hours of! careful their experiences are commonplace crease. In said County, on Monday the 14th
and there is nothing funny day of April 1930, at 10 o'clock A. M.,
hilariously -
end. when the outstanding bonds are to driving go for naught. "There are certain farmers who to'the highest bidder for, cash, the following -

The police! are helpless since thero be paid off. The service technique, about them.' Just another o'ne'ot make money on hogs every year and property, to-wit:

is a string from their position to the which has received little cooperationis "Here are the Cuban, heels Mad- those' ,things, but. look what happenedto some who _make. on them some years the All Universal of the property and effects" of .
the yo-yo. Markets and of E. \T. \
hands of a higher city authority the, combined agricultural-vocation am," said the shoemaker handing and lose on them other years," he Stappleton doing business as Universal y

who' inturn owes his election to the al school with branches all over the the customer a pair of pumps as For' ourselves we prefer five min- said. "The thing to' do is for all hog Markets, In Clewiston, Hendry

gangster able to run his hoodlums country. Diversification of crops, instruction two siniSter! looking Latins entered utes of Will Rogers. farmers to get to the point where County, Florida.' ,
** Said
from one voting precinct to another In farming, and vocational the shop. they can 'make'' money on hogs every writ' and sale by to virtue be made of an order under from said

and ,also control all of the gang votes training: of youth are the cihef objects 'Capone's in' 'Miami. The' next year." Then he enumerated' some of the Court dated Feb. 17,, 1930. A. D..

in I .move'should' be' Miami's but its be; the things that will on account of the Distress
the city. Certainly no exception should The prophet of a few years ago, help make this warrant
., .g'inriingto have all the earmarks 'of ssible. for the, collection of rents' due' the
ten p
the
Voting'statistics for past l i jbe taken to these, and yet like children who said that wed an be riding lUo plaintiff. -

years show a steady decline in the In school the Haitians may prefer -I airplanes before long, was not far a champion chess tournament.If One of the first things he said was J. G. McGehee

number of American citizens who are: the ease and laziness of the old wrong, for today planes may be pur- that farmers should keep sows that (Seal' ) Justice of Peace.
'think' that the' Glades cracker are' Dated April 17 1930.SUBSCRIBE.
exercising their power of franchise days. Why study and work when it chased 'for less than moderately you prolific-that' farrow large Jitters ,

It to be too much troubleto 'is" not up on current 'events, read of pigs. And 'then
appears is mor pleasant to do nothing? priced, automobiles., these pigs
out" vote and therein lies the, following effusion from 'a native: should be saved. 'He said
and learned
get Civilization_ is not a happy process On reliable authority we that about FOR

the secret of ,success for the gang- where it intrudes with its helpful :! this week that in, New York one, may Al Capone, No Baloney'' 40 percent of the: pigs now' farrowed] THE CLEWISTON ''NEWS

sters. On the face of it, it Is ridiculous and autocratic ways, changing the' buy a ,brand, new two place. 'low wing We can't use'y .u here. never reach the) market. A little care 1

to suppose that if every eligible customs of a people. That happenedIn 'I'I monoplane with a radial air cooled Shine is dandy so 'Is brandy ofthe pigs, keeping them free of LOSTCanvas ,
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voter went to the polls and voted, Haiti., and the ,marines bore_ the I I motor fresh from the .factory for But. no Chicago beer.E. worms and other'' pests, will help to Pleas-\ '.

that the gangster could still controlthe brunt of the reform. Haiti has received $750. K.: W. keep them' alive. Mr. Sheely said one return, to Fruit Man from La Belle.

election and vote into office unscrupulous f the benefits and will_ other essential was to keep, the pigs' Reward.:
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men whom he is able ciate them more in the years to apP're-j I The plane, will ,cruise at 'about 90 i 1 growing from the day they are born 4-MTP I
Florida FactsA '
either through: threats or graft to But American liberals and I miles per hour. Leaving Clewiston at, until 'they'' are ready, for market.
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control.So were eager to seize upon criticismsof I five o'clock in the aft.ernoon'the owner _r Just putting 'the old sow and the pig

the answer to the problem of American service, into which objectionable of such a plane could, have dinner, recent Associated Press Dispatch or two in' the pen, letting them root -666

how to get good government is to fea'tur s may have crept.. I and a show: in Miami the same even- quotes Edward W. Lane, Chairmanof around in the mud is not going to

vote for it. booksare the Board of' the Atlantic National bring profits, from Tablets
When registration We are too often ready to play up ing, and providing it were a bright hogs.
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open the eligible voter should the evil and overlook the good. The moonlight ;ht could be 'back in bed Bank of Jacksonville, Florida, asSaying Experiment Station folks tell us Relieves a Headache or Neuralgia In

register, if'l' he has, the interest of marines have undoubtedly accom-j"In Clewiston. long before ,_midnight. r ,that Florida's "tourist crop" that pigs can be kept' free of worms' 30 minutes, checks a Cold the first

good and clean government' at heart plished wonders in Haiti, as they :......-- ;-' brought. this state. $150,000,000 this by having them farrowed on clean day, and ,:checks :. Malaria" In ,t ree

and that is true whether the booksbe have done elsewhere, even against i!j j jI Aand on the' subject, of aviation, past year., This 'is equal in value to ground-that is, ground_ that has days. j

in Chicago, New, York or Clew; the wishes of the natives. Possiblywe nothing has yet been done to organize the cotton crop of Georgia. Mr. Lane been 'cultivated since,. hogs have run 666 Also in Liquid>

iston. Register and vote. might permit them to try their a Clewiston Glider club. expressed belief that the boom, of

hands on cleaning up processees in They have gliders at Miami and several years ago put Florida twen-

the United ty-five years ahea dand that, ''what {
MILL VISITORSOne States.-Miami Herald. Cocoa. Success of glider operation

picture, reads an old Chinese depends to a large extent on wind remains for the ''future now is for

proverb, is worth '10,000, words, and THE GOLD-PLATED BEAN currents and in Clewiston there are Florida to digest what it has.

similarly one visit to Clewiston is 'wind currents than either
more
The Florida string bean, accordingto
worth ten thousand words of reading Miami or Cocoa. The keen Interest Progress of drainage operations in -' -

matter. the agricultural department, for in other sectionsof the northern Everglades is reflectedin '
the year: of 1930 is worth $1,250,000to shown 'in gliders 'the records which show CONTINUED DEVELOPMENT'I
John Pound of the Cocoa Tribunewas the country proves' the popularity ] the total
the That is around'a dol-
growers.
,
in bowl
capacity of the
one of a party of newspaper of the sport. It remains for the 'pumps sugar
lar a person for the Florida population ,
to be than two million
gal-
area more /
visited Clewiston two Clewiston.
people who first one to be used in
It is, according to this depart-
lons of water minute. Drainage
per
weeks ago and this, is Editor Pound'sreaction

to his trip, according to his ,dollars ment, something more than like the a crop half broughtlast million Tampa is talking of, encouraging; operations' during the past' few' years \:n Ji increase in the sugar tariff 'and.,favorable
have
increased from
steadily
.writing in his 'column in last week's the construction f.a sugar refineryto one
I
year.; Having, the facilities of drainage district with pumping
Tribune: handle'raws_ from Cuba in addition one recommendation by the U. S. War
market information
daily and a bet- station ,
"We had '''heard that there was a to the crop from the Everglades, affording water control over -

new sugar mill at Clewiston but ter understanding for of where the necessity -; but if the Southern Sugar: Company 43,000 acres seventeen. pumping ,Department engineers for 'flood control
this food product exists,
plants providing water control for
other than that we were' only mildly continues to grow as it has 'during -
I
interested, but Sunday morning we no doubt have helped the grower the past few years, that Tampa re- approximately .144,000_ acres.: work, in the Okeechobee area are a few additional -
produce
a mote valuable crop. The
'
had the opportunity and grabbed it finery might find itself'' working over '
middle of next month the people of 'Florida's income for Clewiston's
average gross reasons continued
like a drowning man, to be personally time to refine the sugar from the I
the Lake OKeechobee region will from crops and livestock during the
conducted through the plant. 'i
Everglades ;
hold a bean festival in the Canal crop. five year period from 1924 ,to 1929 growth.
Let us say right now that we were 'I
Point-Pahokee vicinity. They will $1,940 farm and
was per $438.00 per
astounded at its hugeness, its effi- The Cuban consul in Tampa asks
'' celebrate the string bean just asl I capita. The average per farm is ,$100 .
ciency and its beauty-all 'kinds of why sugar is not left for Cuba to
other places' celebrate the strawberry higher than that 'for the entire '
: .'
operating machinery are beautiful to produce and let the northern Ever- During the past few years Clewiston has
and peach.-Palm .
the Beach ; United States according to Govern- .
us. glades go in for production of rice.

"The sugar plant has been N operat- Times.A The answer which suggests itself is ment figures compiled by C. V. Rah- I grown from a wide place in the road to a

ing since January 6, every ,day and that rice is not the world's third ner, of the State Chamber of Com-

night, except one, day (when the Some Judge's View of "Satyricon." I most important food commodity, nor merce. thriving industrial community and with

,
anonymous snooper had Ger-
-
plant is closed down for cleaning and
can we remember in connection with
old Nedwick Chicago bookseller, A new industry that to hold
seems the
repairing if necessary) each week, the war days, a limitation placed on Dahlberg interests ,planning continued
haled into court .
for selling Peronius' great possibilities for South Florida
and will continue until next month. the use of rice that the boys at the -
"Satyricon," the 'charge' being that especially in the Everglades is the expansion in the the
industry
And listen at this: Every six minutesof front might have sufficient. sugar proportionate -
the the book is obscene.. Petronius was cuture of the Cajeput tree. This tree ,
plant's operation, ten tons' of '
"" a favorite of Nero, who was emperor was first introduced from Australiaby development o f the town is in-
sugar cane are poured into it to be Late this spring a new small car. .
of ,Rome frm 54 to 68 A. D., and was Mr. A. H. Andrews, editor of, the
ground into juice the juice boiled to I
the American Austin Is to be instro-
known as the arbiter elegantarium, American Eagle at Estero, Florida, ,evitable. 1 ,
syrup and the syrup: made into sugar duced. The car, we are told, has a .
or the Ward McAllister of Nero's in 1912. The tree is, a rapid grower : ': ,
crystals. wheel base of 75 inches, and a treadof ;; ::
court., "Satyricon, generally consid- and the' wood Is extremely hard, witha .
.
"We were -.taken in tow by the 40 inches-will steer with remarkable \ <'. '. :
ered to be the work of Petronius, has texture not unlike mahogany, and
superintendant of operations at the
ease and will travel 40 mileson ,
graduated long since into that Val- ; is extremely resistant to moisture.An .

mill who explained everything aboutit halla of literature ineptly called "the a gallon of gasoline, do 40 in'' oil valuable as a lubricant is de For Details Write To
starting at the place where the V
second and 50'on the straightaway.It .
classics. It is'of Immense value to rived from the leaves. ,The bark of
cane was dumped from thirty ton will sell for less than $450. Sucha \
this tree appears to be well adaptedto
freight cars of the type used for the '
car, the advance agents claim will i
purpose I, until the raw sugar was say this: The sugar mill in 1 Clewis greatly appeal to women motorists. the manufacture of paper. CLEWISTON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

sacked and put into regular freight ton Is said to be the largest operating Probably true. But we can't see tiny
1
The contract covering period 'of
a
cars for shipment to the refineries one in the United State We en- speedy cars and sweeping graceful .. ,
'
"Going into Clewiston from both ten years and involving payment to- Clewiston. ,,' ,- '< Florida
joyed our visit through it, and dresses. '
for Soneone of them will haveto :'
', .
tallin gupproximately $4,000,000 for ; : : .
sides '.' '
is
one impressed with the cul- the sake of ;
tivated I being educated about go, and $_450 automobiles doing 40 carrying United, States mails from
fertile Everglades land and Florida, we would advise people of miles
I per gallon will have a strong
Orleans to Mediterranean ports has
for miles there is nothing but sugar this section who "can and have the .1 I
appeal.
cane planted. At Belle Glade, Moore I time to visit Clewiston when the just ter-Ocean been awarded Steamship to the Company Tampa ac In- "IN THE CENTER OF AMERICA'SNEW

Haven I
,
Pahokee
and Canal Point is
plant
operating and see what is Automobiles
I mortgages and social
cording to the Jacksonville Times-

more truck farming is practised than being done there by the Dahlberg; in- standings, we are. told? are, all raised Union. It is stated% that this is the SUGAR,

sugar cane, growing, but Canal Point terests to put Florida in the lead by the jack. BOWL"J I
first mail carrying contract ever :
also has ,
much acreage to, the sugar with another industry that is. fast -
cane., awarded to a Trans-Atlantic Steamship -
coming to the front, and bound to i
: One
of the best movie criticisms
Line operating from gulf ports.
"We.
were impressed
with what we succeed with the effort that is behind
saw. And',before we forget It, let us It" ,of ,the year was from P. E. B. in the When this contract Is, begun direct

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FRIDAY, APRIL 25, 1930 CLEW1STON NEWS, CLE WlS TON, FLORIDA PAGE THREE

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Louis Robin. porate an insurance arrangement: in MADAGASCAR mens of this height are known to
RUBBER
TREE IS FOUNDTO
AIRPLANE PILOTSOF Jackson who Is busying himself ,Its by-laws and also to work out exist at this time. The trees are

". with organization work hopes to other problems for the mutual bone-

NATION WILL have 15,000 members by :3Nfarch 1 fit of those engaged in commerciaT, THRIVE ON SOUTH FLORIDA SOIL leafless pearance.and Their present ability a scraggly to grow ap in,

and says the union will ultimatelymean aviation. One plan, according to -- .. the dry regions of Madagascar Is accounted -
to aviation what. the American Jackson, calls for the organization of for
ORGANIZE UNION by an unusual root struc-
Federation of Labor stands for In an Insurance department or' affilia WASHINGTON, April 24.-Rubber only a few plants have been estab- ture. The roots resemble links of

other industries. tion with a reliable organization so plants of a species so productivethat lished, but the number will be in- sausage and act as reservoirs for,

When the union gains sufflcinet that members may obtain temporaryor they have been exploited almost creased rapidly as possible.The water. '

Dale (Red) Jackson 'And strength Jackson hopes that the air- total disability benefits and insur- : to the point of extinction in rubber plants' belong to the With the
discovery of this in
plant
Forrest O'Brine Now craft :workers will be able to regu- andce on death from any cause. their native home in Madagascar, species Euphorbia intlsy, and wero

Completing Plans.A late working conditions and wages "It is not our desire to hinder ni are now growing in Florida and brought to the United States more Madagascar in 1891, commercial ex-

In commercial flying service. the least the promotion of aviationby southern Californian and have with- than a year ago by Dr. Charles F. ploitation followed at once and an- ;:

1 The New York district and other the imposition of an unreason- stood the climate during the past Swingle,. botanist of the United nual rubber exportation jumped from

I; I NEW YORK, April 24.-A national sections of the country are being able demand," Jackson s ald. "But winter with no apparent damage, the States department of agriculture, less than 50,000 pounds to almost a ;

I L l' airman's union, including in its thoroughly canvassed by the union we will have the strength and repu- United States department of agricul- who spent several. months on a plant million pounds. Tho ruthless exploitation '

:ncmborahip pilots, mechanics students representatives in their search for tation to command that respect and ture announces. So far, it was stated I exploration trip in Madagascar with soon showed its effect Dr.

.k:. and apprentices in all branches members. A recent slash in the sal- consideration which we do not enjoyat Prof. Henri Humbert, of the Univer- Swingle said in an article in the

.';. of the aeronautical industry, is the aries of pilots made the New York the present time., sity of Algiers. Journal of Agricultural Research, and
,r dream or Dale (Red) Jackson and type I of practice that the airmen
i area a fertile field in which to work. Jackson pointed out that many injustices Intlsy is a shrub or small tree 'reported within a few years intisy had become
ForeB 'Brine, youthful fliers who were becoming united in a national
f / Insurance Plan. ? had been done in the last to reach a height of approxi- BO rare that observers reported it

1 gained fame as the pilots of the St. The aircraft union plans to incor year, and that it was against this .organization. mately 20 feet. although no speci difficult to find specimens.



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CLEW1STON NEWS, CLEWISTON FLORIDA
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FRIDAY
APRIL 25, 1930

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Mis.J.. C. Nowling, who has been Cole '
spent Thursday in West Palm' son, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs.
I confined to her bed for the past Beach. .
cp. 'r. H. Jackson spent 'the week end

C __ week. is "well again. in Miami '
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-=;.. Cqb 'J 2C-b- -=-= Miss. Mae Leo Wilson of Knox- '
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Tom and Emmet" Shelley ,and. 'Pete! vine, Tenn., Is visiting her borther It. "

Wilson motored to Lake Wales Sun-I I and j>istcr-iu law, Mr. and Mrs. Pete A. E. Hitter spent the week end
Mrs. Cleo A. Houze, Phone 359 Mrs. L. A. Morgan, Jr.. Phono 369 Mrs. F. M. Wright, Phone 384 { ;,
in Lakeland. .
day. .... Wilson.. .
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PIE SUPPER PLANNEDAT BRIDGE CLUB MEETS Mr. and Mrs. Claude Downs mo- .Mr. ... \lrs.01.: Alston. spentSunday Dave Alston* and John. Mowry

SCHOOL TOMORROWFOR II PERSONALS j j11' WITH MRS.Members ALSTON t tored to7 La Belle Sunday -, ':.. I I in Canal 'point.Allen c spent two, days on ,a. !business. triy to

GIRL SCOUT FUND ___ Th- I. Tampa .
; of the Junior, Bridge :Mrs. George Stewart Powell spent the week end
left Friday for
:\ and Mrs. E C. Merchant and I
A plo supper will be held at the Mr. and' Mrs. F. H. Moreland spent Club Wednesday aftenoon at her home inv St. Petersburg ,after ; with\ his! family, in Tort Myers. '
the home of Ms. J. it. Alston \vhei I F. H. :Moreland spent a few days
April 26th, '. -
school house Saturday, in Lake Wales spending several weeks .vith her son

from 5' :o'clock on. The menu consists Sunday : llrs.y.. C. Hooker held high score and daughter,in-law ?\Tr. and Mrs. n'' :Mrs. and :Mrsv C. A. Jackson and in I Lakeland on business."

with Mrs. L. A. / .
of baked ham, meat loaf, potato Morgan receivingthe L. Stewart. -----

and cof John Bolton and Doug Douglaswere I cut prize. Rrefreshments ,included .
salad, pie, ''' '' ;
salad cabbage := l.l"--Ir C vs7'f: .MVftn>*7 9tf''V .7r raflmAiay

fee. Tickets are 60 cents and may in Clewiston Saturday night on a delightful salad course. Among Frank Hirsch of West Palm Beach

\ be obtained at the door. The supperis business. those present were Mesdames J. G. i spent a few days in. Clewiston. -

sponsored by the Community Com Allhands, J. F. Tippey, Carl Berner, \. -, .

mittee of the Girl. Scout Council, Mrs Best and daughter Mazelle of E. C. Merchant, L. A. Morgan, \V.C. Mr. and Mrs.. T. V. Watson .and

the proceeds to go toward the Girl Baldwin, Fla., are visiting Mrs Hooker, F ,Maxwell, Dave AlstonC Mrs. William Cecil Owen spent Friday -

Scouts.. It is hoped the general pub- 'Best's sister, Mrs. J. K. Baker.Mr. .W. McDonald, W. S. Harvel andE. in West Palm Beach.

L. Stewart.SWIMMING. I \ I ,
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lic wil lattend as a good supper

assured and a worthy cause i is being and Mrs. W. C. Hooker and I Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Allhands. Mr. :
MAKE YOUR SELF AT HOMEA
helped. daughter, June, were in West Palm PARTIES : and Mrs. J. F. Tippey, Sam Wood- -.

e Beach Thursday .. / PROVING POPULAR ham and his sifter Mrs. Bessie Cul-

I.... -'-. breath, MissL.. M. Overall, Velma
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KID PARTY AND EGG Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Moreland\ and -
Wicklund and Art Lawrence formed I
HUNT .AT DEAM HOMEKid Patrol No: 2 of the Clewiston Girl FEW CHOICE ROOMS
Mrs. Hudson attended show in :
a Scouts enjoyed an Easter Egg hunt a party of Clewistonites who motored .

West Palm Beach Thursday night. to Lake Wales Sunday :. : .
Saturday. the < .
Following hunt the
and Easter Egg Hunt ARE NOW AVAILABLE.REASONABLE
party ., : ".. ?.. .... .
girls enjoyed a swimming in x; .. .
held at the home of Miss Dorothy : party ;

was Deam Saturday evening. Various Mr. R. *T. Gillespie and Mr. Elmer Lake Okeechobee. 'Those present Walker Stansell' III, son of Mrs. :...,:::< .'.... ....:....vt-; ,
Hultguist spent Sunday in Lake Walker Stansell II '. ,
games were played. Refreshments were Evelyn Hare, 1\i rBush, Caro- has been seriously :

Wales. Hawkins ill at the Ames home for the
lyn Margie Harvel.
consisted of punch cookies suckers, Betty RATES

Spicer, Mae Lilly Stone, past week.
and candy eggs. Those present were Margaret
Jewel .Lowe hase returned to
the Misses France Monroe, Elsie Weaver, Erline Whitcomb, and the
school after an attack of the Dr. M. M. McIntosh of West Palm HOMELIKE SURROUNDINGS '
Hare. Roberta George, Frances Tip- Captain, Mrs. N. C. Storey. \.. :t
measles. Beach spent Sunday with, Mr. 'andMrs.

pey and Dorothy Deam. J. W. Ezell _____ W. C. Hooker.
Alonzo Sias. Gene Reier, Malcomb Pupils of the fifth sixth and sev-
Mrs. J. S. Willingham, of Moore '
Knapp. Al Hackett, and Van Coth- enth grades of the Clewiston school < .

ern. i t Haven, was a Clewiston visitor enjoyed an Easter Egg hunt and Miss Janiye Williams spent ., .', ., TRY OUR SUNDAY DINNERS
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as guest
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swimming party.!. Present were Mary J
Mrs. Dave. Alston. : ::
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LUNCHEON PLANS Bush, William Hooks, Luther Lowe, I
Measles still seem quite popular '- \
1 ARE DSCUSSED Charles Jackson, George Suns, Jun-
with the Clewiston children. Trevlyn "William G. Ames lias returned
ior Thomas, Mildred Brantley, Thel- .
Moltz and Dan Beardsley are recov- from New York where he spent sev- CLEWISTON'S POPULAR'HO'fEL
Plans for the Social Club annual ma Guthrie, Erline Whitcomb, Hulet __
ering. Walker Fears and Billy eral days on business.Dr. -r. '
luncheon were discussed at a com- Walls, Ed Clark, Fred Whitcomb,
Owens have just acquired the bug.
mittee meeting Monday afternoon at Nelson Morris Jimmy Beardsley,.
Little Nancy Jo Wright is better and O. S. Miller left Thursday for J
the home of Mrs.\ J. R. Alston. The Bobby Patterson, Evelyn Hare, Caro-
Walker Stansell. III, is under obser- St. Petersburg after spending several '
luncheon is to be held next Wednesday lyn Hawkins, Margaret Weaver, Lois
vation. days with his son and daughter- THE WATANABE HOTEL'
and details are now being Webb, Charles Surls, Jimmy Garner
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Dick C. Miller.
worked out. Present were Mrs. W. Oren Jeffries, Halson Avant, E. 'B. -.
I 111'1.. C. Musgrave, wife, and :'t. .' .
C. Hooker, Mrs. Dick C. Miller, Mrs.J. Bethea, Marvin Autman, Barnard ,":,/ ," '
I father of Delray, Florida, spent Sunday J.; II. Davis, draftsman in the Clew- ,, : :.,: MRS. CLAUDE DOWNS. Manager. :..: .. .
G. Allhands, Mrs. W. S. Harvel. Beach, George Bestor ,and Miss Ola .
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with Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Musgraveof iston company is seriously ill at the ,: r" ., '. -: t:.; (,.
Refreshments consisting of punch Petteway, Dick Gillespie, B. M. '.
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and sandwiches were served. ] Beach. I '
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I fering from? a paralytic stroke. \; ; ::. .

I J. W. Crane and Olin Hancock .
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I nied by her daughter: Mrs. Walker
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and A. Bestor and Theatus Webb, of South Bay was I Stansell, II. and Mrs. Wilber D.

regular monthly! meeting of l I| sons, George and Richard spent honored on his thirteenth birthday ... ',....,..:{.. m: ,r .:& _
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the. Willing Workers Sunday; School 1 i I

class met at the home of Mrs.I William .I I Easter in Palm Beach.A last Friday at a birthday party given @]J@JJ SB! J J1@l L M @B ,[ J@1I1 li M[ ll .r SSi J r@J L M
by his mother at their home from
G. Ames Friday night when .
I I party of Clewiston people motored 3:30 to 5:30 o'clock Games were 1] }
following the business session games I, j
to Lake Wales Easter Sunday
I played and refreshments enjoyed. I If
were enjoyed.: Refreshments were i|I : '
[I to hear the last concert: of the year I The guests included Mildred
served to the guests who included I' I
I I I at the Bok Tower. Those in the party George Opal Franz, Sarah Covin I
Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Beach. Mis.\ Lar-i fill ;)
J i were Mrs. Culbreth, Miss Over- Alberta Webb, Nina Mae Webb, Lu- ..
Jier. Mrs. Hudson, Mrs. Jones, Mrs. L II :;
'i I all, Miss Jamye Williams, Miss Vel- cille Herring, J. W. Webb. Jr.. W. =1 .I l .'1J -.::
Hall, Mrs. E. C. Merchant, Mrs. W. :, I .,-'
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T. Bailey, Mrs. Walker Stansell, II,-'
Tippey and daughter, Frances. Mr. and Mrs J. W. Webb. : o a o oo
and Mrs. Winn. I I [?!J
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SCOUT COUNCIL
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v FOR PIE SUPPER Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Moreland motored -. meeting at the school Friday afternoon .=. 1 '".:' o'oo o 'I1 r@l(flJ

I I I to Lake Wales Easter Sunday.Mr. ;): o rwJ
at 3 o'clock. New officers will .
Members of the Community coun- ,. 1] : VI l
be installed and the annual report j 111111tt1F1' o C i
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cil of the Clewiston troop of Girl 1 and Mrs. G. Morris Ford and :. ;.
will be given. All parents and : : ; 0
meeting at the home of Mrs. !1! ,; ill11IflM1
Scouts ( Vi o I.y
son Morris Jr., motored to West friends are urged to attend. : I
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W. S. Harvel Thursday night, discussed -:' Palm Beach Saturday afternoon. Uii: : ,'.';.':.

plans for the Girl Scout sup- .:;-! I
Mrs. Charles L. Adams of Sarasota [E]
per to be given in the school audi- '. ,
L. H. Curtin and Lewis Rivero
is spending a few days at the c.J ; n!
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torium Followingthe = ;
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Saturday c'
spent the week end in PUlm Beach.M. @] I
Clewiston Inn with Mr. Adams.Mr.
Fr2ll
discussion of plans for the sup- :;;; ... I
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delightful refreshments were
per .f
H. Gibson spent Sunday in 1 I
served. Among those and Mrs. Fred Puryear enter- .
present were
West Palm Beach with, his family.Mr. '.' '
Mrs. tained Rev..and Mrs. Bailey at Sun- il[; .; : : ...: i@1
J. G. Allhands, Mrs. N. C. Storey .
Mrs. day dinner at' the Clewiston Inn: p .:' .'
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Patterson, Mrs. F. ;
I and Mrs. :M. W. Bigg motoredto ... .
Spicer, Mrs. Dick C. Miller, Mrs. West 'Palm Beach Saturday. I IIr. HI I ..{. :. ;:..:,,,...., i ',;<,; : I
:\ and Mrs. Dan Allen spent ;1 '''. '
John Mowry, Mrs. H. A. Bestor. --. I@] : 1" .-, _' :1
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Easter with Mrs. Allen's mother, :;:;;1 ..". I"' I IWJgJ
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Marfield and I[ .. .
ENTERTAINEDMrs. Mrs.\ J. W. Padgett in Fort Pierce. 111t
VISITORS daughter, Jane, motored to West I ''" I I.
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Wm. Christie of La Belle and his \ '
Francis M. ,
Wright enter-
I Clewiston Sunday. I ? : I II I Ie Ii
tained Miss Alice Reed. Mrs. Brown, sister Mrs. Brown of Minneapolis

Belle Glade Mrs. Eugene Feuchtin- Minn., spent Wednesday sight-seeing I .SHIRTSi.
Mr. and Mrs. John Mowry ,and son L'$1.oo i
ger and grand daughter Sarah Lee, in Clewiston. I '
John
I motored to West Palm Beach i .
Winnetka, Illionois. at luncheon Sat-
Saturday; Mrs. O. L. Jeffries, accompaniedby i :
urday at her home. ; .
her daughter, Mrs. E. J. Kerr .
Mr. and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson and i
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- spent Saturday in West Palm Beach. ;
BRIDGE TEA son Dicky, spent Saturday after. \ ., .. SATURDAY AND MONDAY
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noon 'in West Palm Beach. Wilber D. Cole, spent a day in La .C'; ]
Mrs. Frank Collins of the South- .
land Hotel Belle on business. I v. Never in the of Clewiston have-values in SHIRTS
Okeechobee: : City enter- Glen Heard and Mis B. Kettl spent history


the tained Southland at a bridge Hotel.tea Honor Monday guests at : Beach.Saturday evening i in West..Palm Mr. and Mrs W. S. Harvel and E 11 ::' been offered the public at such low prices. Quality plus I

; daughter, Margie spent the week [ .
were Mis. Collins' Daughter, Mrs. \ .\ ... .
John Gadsly. Jr., Mrs. John GadsleySr. Captain and Mrs. F. Deane Duff end In Delray. f 1 v value will be found in this item. @1]

.. of Coral Gables and Mrs. _R; Y. the 1il
spent week end in Palm Beach
Mr. and Mrs.\ Bill Johnson of Se- .

Patterson of Clewiston. There were with Mrs Duff's parents. Mr. and bring and Mr. Schumaker of Sebring I. :, 500 SHIRTS TO BE SOLD j@1!
five tables
of bridge and a number Mrs. F. E. Bryan :
attended the biweekly dance o'f. the I
of
guests coming for tea.

Mr. and Mrs. W. C., Hanson spent night.American ,Legion' at the Inn; Tuesday This is new merchandise in new patterns. Every shirt
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EGG HUNT Saturday in West Palm' Beach

1- ,; offer is valued from $1.50 to $175. This shirt is the same Ii]

Mr. and Mrs G. Morris Ford J "
entertained
Harry McDonald of Orlando, Miss Evelyn Kelly and Miss lBee that is offered b the I
the neighborhood children spent Saturday in Clewiston. quality y large city stores.
Marshall spent the week end in Day- t@J
with an Easter Egg hunt Sunday tona. II 5'.r 'I a

morning. Miss Ella( Whatley spent ,the week '

MRS. MERCHANT HOSTESS end in Fort' Meade. Mr. and :Mrs.-Roy Dunaway I and. ii?J' THE ONE DOLLAR SHIRT STORE i ,

1 Mrs. John Chenet spent Saturday in .. .1 .
r m] Post Office Hudson the Clothier .1 J
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Mary Skeldon spent, the week West Palm Beach. Opposite .
Mis. E. O. Merchant entertainedat end in Tampa.Mr. ''. I r"p

one table of bridge, the guests : '
Dr. J. W. Ezollc, Miss Gladys I : : eI
including .Mrs Dave Alston. Mrs. L.A.boorgau and Small'
Mrs G. spent the ,
I Nowling and A. W. Sias motored to ,
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and' Mrs. Julius Alston.: 'i week'feud in La Belle. .' I '
Fort Myers Sunday. -
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APRIL 25, 1930 CLEWISTON NEWS. CLEW1STON, FLORIDA PAGE FIVB


NEW CAR TO BE SOLD THIS SPRING Temporary Greens crate with any agency endeavoring :: ::::.:.::: : : =- :::.:.= : ::: c : .:. :: .:.::: :::: :: := = :c : :: := ''JI
: to solve the tax problem, as well asi
In Use On
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i i i constant study myself."It : I
/ "l DECLARED BOON TO WOMEN DRIVERS New Golf Course has always been my pleasureIn .

the Senate_ to give the duties of "S DELICIOUS I I Y
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Temporhry greens on the new the office my constant and undivided r

t rt '. ,. Women drivers throughout the even to the driver of the average nine hole golf course are again being attention. No one has a better recordfor

United States have expressed keen "light" car, constant physical exertion -. used to give more time for the attendance at the sessions of the

:Interest In the announcement by the and mental alertness. The mod- permanent greens to sod, it was an- Senate, attendance in committee I GUERNSEY WHIPPING CREAM

r. .. American Austin Car Company of a ern woman driving the avearge car nounced yesterday Tjy Clewiston Com meetings and attendance to the cor- .

bantam car thatvill do much to has to endure nearly as great a pany officials who said that the respondence and work of my constituency AND STRAWBERRIES .

lessen the difficulties of present day strain as the pilot of a five-ton truck. temporary greens will be used for Individually and collectively.I .

I! motoring. For the life of the modern But now comes the bantam Austin the next few weeks.In do not believe any'' one can deny

:j;' woman driver Is not the path of to be manufactured by* the American addition to building up the sod these statements. I promise a 'con- CLEWISTON DAIRY COMPANY F

: ,; roses It may seem. Ten years ago, Austin Car Compau of Detroit, a on the permanent greens additional tinnance of this service. ) ,i

;1 j it was an unusual sight to see a car so light, so easy to drive, grass is being sown on many of the "My 'record has been clean and I Sugar-land Highway Phone 333
:! automo- so easy to turn, that it efficient and submit ,
., woman at the :wheel of an tees. I my record asa I I f

j l, bile. But times have changed. Today has won world-wide recognition as Increasing Interest is being shownIn pledge for future performance. The

:I more than 27 per cent of the the ideal car for the woman driver. the game and since golf lessons=1 experience gained In the past, and
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; cars in the United States are ope This new unit of transportation,' were started by Frank Flanders, the influence which I may have attained I!

rated by women-which means that ,which will make its debut on American Palm Beach golf professional, new are assets to the people of

there are more than 7,000,000 cauf-I highways in the late Spring, provides low scores are reported by many of:. my district which should not be i

i, feurettes" on American highways. I a car that can dart through his students. I lightly cast aside. : :

: The reasons for this great increase traffic lanes, slip into impossible PHONE 333 :1
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drivers : cars parking spaces, do fifty on the
; in women are many. I II HINTS TO HOUSEWIVESSOME ,,:'
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I are easier to handle than they were straightaway and up to forty in sec- MALONE TO RUN '.' :' I
I I Ij FOR REELECTIONContinued QUESTIONS ABOUT MILKIs Repairing or Estimate For
ten ;years ago, motors are more ond when the light flashes green.
it,'a food? Yest, it is a perfect
Electrical Work of Kind
"j nearly "fool-proof" than ever before, And as for easy handling, you can Any .
__ I food. It contains complete proteinsfor
tires are less apt to cause trouble, turn It completely around in ,a thir ( from page 1)
building muscles, fats and sugar Radio and Appliances of All Kind
. and roads are better. But the improve ty-two foot street without backing. I !
.: and fish- which provide heat and energy, lime
used for the highways,
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ments that have made it practical; The keynote of American Austin Repaired or SoldJ.
should not be and minerals for building bone and
and boatmen
.for women to;drive have also broughta design, it is promised will be smart- ermen
required to this tax as they received -' teeth, vitamins for promoting gen-
tremendous increase In "the number ness. Although its chassis 'will duplicate pay \W. CRANE
benefits from eral growth and health. ,
no particular
of cars on the road and have the Austin of international
added many motoring difficulties fame', bodies will be distinctively the highways. How does milk compare with meatas I
I payingtax regards cost? Milk provides equal
: His opposition to fishermen
: due to, traffic congestion. American in their smartness. The :
I Motoring safety. it is obvious, can bantam car, which will be priced under of one cent a pound ;was a fight proteins, at much lower cost. I

) i only be attained when the, _car is, In $450, will have a wheelbase of for a class of people who are already Will children make normal growth 1
without milk? No. Careful experi-
who
taxation are ,
complete control of the driver. Complete 75 inches and tread of 40 inches, it burdened with and ...
615 EAST PLATT OFFICE PHONE M-1180
additionaltaxes ments have proven that chil- ST.; '.
young ; _
not able to stand any '..
I control means more than the will do 40 miles on a gallon of gas
tax on dren cannot make normal growth TAMPA, FLA. NIGHT PHONE H-33-561
, ability to start,, steer and stop-It and give approximately twice the and because, it was a I

I means dexterity in threading; the car usual tire mileage. Refilling with oil labor and not on property.His without milk. ,

, i t through traffic, it means adroitness every 1,000 miles, requires but two fight to have gasoline used in How much milk should a child I : HERALD LINES
I I boats ,exempt from the tax was based have?, Every child should have one I : '
I in edging the car into parking spaces quarts-these operating costs total
Fishermen quart, of milk a day. '
and it means skill in passing the less than three-fourths of a cent a upon the same reason.
of the How does milk compare with tea:
slowpokes, dodging the speeders and mile. The car will weight less than who encounter the dangers ,,' -
, i observing traffic lights. It means, 1,100 pounds. sea and make a bare living, shouldnot and coffee in food value? There is' Overnight service between ,

be called upon to pay a tax on no comparison. Tea and coffee are

the fuel used in their boats. stimulants. They provide absolutelyno Clewiston and Tampa

/ I" STATE CHAMBER TO BE "The question of taxation" said nourishment and are distinctly in- .

STATES Senator Malone. "will engage the entire jurious to growing children.If .

; AT ANNUAL UNITED MEETING attention of the legislature; it you cannot afford milk, what \ Franchise operators Insured cargoes ;

will require the_ best thought_ of the other foods can you use in its place?

J tax There are no other food that can
,4 best minds, in. the State. The _
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.. JACKSONVILLE, April 21.-The this meeting will prove of interest to
Florida State Chamber of Commerce -Florida's way, which embodies two elements: elsewhere but be sure to nse
progress during: the current -
( first, the reduction of expense, in milke. ..i
will be represented at the annual I
The Executive Committee :
year.
I If you cut cheese in long strips and BAKERS SERVICE STATION
i meeting of the Chamber of Commerce of the National Advisory C:>Committee govermnet, local, county and state ,
I which : and second, a redistribution of the rut in a glass jar, screwing the lid
United
of the States
in addition to Chairman Dahlberg, is I
: burden so that all classes of property on tight, t will keep fresh till the Local Representative
I I convenes in Washington, D. C., April composed of Frederick S. Ruth, Bar- I /
and last bit is used. It be kept in the
shall bear its equal share, can
28 to May 1, inclusive, by a representative ron G. Collier, Sidney Z. Mitchell andJ.
j jj will be ice box in ths without banning
group of business men of, C. Penney. the burden placed where_ it way

the state headed by President G. G. least burdensome. I propose to coop other food.

Ware, of Leesburg. I
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, ;1 i.c'' }meeting program of interest to the : ,i or '- .1
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; THE CLEWISTON TAXI SERVICE 11i
J ,I' Tlorida 4I delegation are: Securing the I III

: I election of, R. C. Caples oC Sarasota ,
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director of the National Cham .
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' L,. tax repeal; and. the securing of com 1 I ,." i' .; ., ." ,, :' .. m
I' mittee representation for Florida. I' LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE : >1 : :. \c.'c:

I Those who will attend the National -I' REASONABLE RATES I. iii

Chamber meeting representing .

Florida include: Herman A. Dann, I I I Call Phone No. 393,or 105 : CLEWISTON BUILDING MATERIAL COMPANY :

St. Petersburg; R. G. Grassfield, ,

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Commerce. Jacksonville; G. G. Ware III ,""' -- .
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i Daytona Beach; Jules Burguieres, Official>< A. C. L. Railroad watch inspector :,- ; : : : '
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J.j' Panama City; Ralph Caples, .. .' WE ARE OFFERING OUR; STOCK OF THE FANI
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: JaJcksonville; Carl L. Brorein, Tampa : .. ':'"q"1;; : \\" JEWELER I ''--'.. .< > I ; MOUS. RCA 333 CABINET RADIOS COMPLETE rill.

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Baldwin, Jacksonville, J. T. Daniels, = WITH RADIOTRONS AT THE SPECIAL CASH m
Expert Watch Clock ,& Jewelry Repairs
Jacksonville ,and Francis Miller, Mi-, ,

ami. ,., Clewiston, Florida Hays B'ld'g. : PRICE OFTHIS i.' HIm y
Following the meeting in Washington i

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Georgia, To Spend of the peanut plant from three to
MILK PREVENTS I
I THE EVERGLADES j Million On Roads.1 five weeks and to Increase the yieldof

maturo peas in a very materIal To the Voters of Hendry County:

ERRORS IN DIET way In comparison ,with the use of

Editors Note: This Is the thirdof ATLANTA, April 24.ChairmanJ. copper 'alone. I am a candidate for Representative of
W. Barnett of the state highway
EXPERT STATES a series of articles on the agri- The important bearing of these
cultural possibilities of the northern board said today that every effort studies upon the agriculture of the Hendry County i in the June Primary. Your '

Dr. E. R. would be made to carry out the vote and influence will be '4 '
Everglades by Lloyd, Everglade sis seen in tho fact that appreciated.

(Home Economics Chief! chairman of the committee of agri- 1930 highway construction programin already many carloads of* these unusual -
,
such time to eliminate detourson
culturists who at the request of the as soil amendments have not been
Explains Milk Need federal government made a thor- the trunk routes used 'by tourists used upon commercial plantings E. L. STEWARTANNOUNCEMENT

For Children. ough survey of the Everglades. The next winter. since the discovery of their importance j
The board will meet tomorrowto
report of Dr. Lloyd was made to less than two years ago.

GAINESVILLE, Fla., April 17,- Colonel Mark Brooke, Division en- award contracts totaling more (To be continued)

Most ,of the disorders of digestion in gineer of the U. S. War Department :than $1.000,000, and present plans

early Childhood, including those of at New Orleans. call for having as _much ,as possibleof LEGAL NOTICEIN

the dreaded second summer, can ac-: this year's road building under THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ,
June 1. Mr. Barnett said. TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF I
tually be traced to errors in diet, Dr. way by FLORIDA
IN AND FOR HENDRY
Davis Abbott, chief of home The area involved in this investi- Your
Ouida COUNTY. IN CHANCERY support and assistance at the June
economics with the Florida Experiment gation is confined to the saw grass FORECLOSURE} OFMORTGAGEJames I .

Station, stated recently: in a peat soils. The analyses by Hammer La Belle NewsBy W. Scott and Flora A. Scott Primary will be appreciated.

his wife, Complainants.vc. '
appeared while this work was in
WRUF.
radio address over
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the In outlining the it E. E. KELLY (r.
She explained that between progress. survey George Loveland Pettee S. L. Lang and Alma Lang, his wifeT. .

ages of two and seven most children was believed important to take by L. Land and LilJIo Land, his wife,

received little consideration as to : approved methods a sufficient num- Robert Taggart, Jessie Taggart, his Candidate for County Commissioner "
The Ladies of tho Queen Esther wife, Defendants.
their actual nutrition and growth re- ber of samples of soil to illustratethe District No.
Bible Class of the La Belle Metho- ORDER OF PUBLICATIONIt 1 ,. .
The majority, she statedare chemical composition of the soils
quirements.
dist church motored to Immokalee appearing by the, sworn Bill of
given solid food too soon, and in The results of these analyses showin Complaint filed in the above named
Thursday to attend a social and
too large quantities, while some par- a very emphatic way the large cause and fro mthe affidavit field ,
business meeting at the home of Mr. therein that the places of residenceand
amount of plant foods which have
ents often to tho opposite ex::
go and Mrs. Edwards. Twenty-five la- addresses of the defendants, T.

tremes. accumulated in these saw grass lands dies were present.Refreshments L. Land and LillIe Land, his wife, is J
The most important food for the This ,applies especially to the storesof No. 2925 Council Avenue, Hamtra- ANNOUNCEMENT
the
infant is milk, she said, and the idea lime, phosphoric acid, and nitro were served by mek, a suburb of Detroit, Michigan, '

that many children cannot drink it is gen forms of plant requirementswhich members from La Belle. After the and therefore beyond the State of To the voters of the Twelfth Judicial Circuitof
Florida and it further
business meeting there was a very appearing by
erroneous. The real reason is that it are frequently found in in- said Bill and affidavit that the joint Florida
enjoyable of music and read- :
program -
is too rich, of poor quality, or given'in sufficient amounts in soils of other and or respective'residences of Rob-

too large quantities.Milk regions, i. e., the in the so-called ing. ert Taggart and Jessie Taggart is un- I hereby announce my candidacy for the Office of State's Attorney

deserves to be termed the in- mineral soils as distinguished from knownand that' it is not known If I am honored with this important trust by the
Miss Sara R., Pettee of Chicago: whether they or either of them be people. I promise a ,..
dispensable food for childhood, and peat formations. The custard' apple after a three ,months visit with her residents of tho State of Florida and faithful discharge of my duty and a fair and impartial enforcement of

the expect who 'tries to devise a diet soils which is found nearer the lake it further appearing that there is no ALL of the Criminal Laws without fear or favor.
and family -
brother, George W. Pettee
for the pre-school' child excuding contains much less organic ''matter person known to the complainants in Respectfully
,
left for Chicago Friday. the State of Florida. service of a subpoena -
milk has no easy task, she stated. It .and as a consequence: a smaller proportion '
> upon whom would bind the
may be taken for granted that the of nitrogen than the saw four defendants above named( or ROY D. STUBBS.To .
I Mrs. C. B. Dugan of Chicago ,and
diet, which does 'not contain milk Is grass land farther to the south and olthmer of them;
son, Jack, who have been spending
inadequate.She east. Stated on a percentage basis And it further appearing by said
the winter at Daytona Beach 'came bUr and affidavit that the said defendants -
said that milk was most important these soils contain! approximately
over to La Belle to spend the week are each more than twenty-
for children because (1) it's twenty times as much nitrogen and of
end with her parents, Judge and MrsC. one years age.
proteins of the best quality, (2) It's two to three times as much phosphoric IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED,

Vitamins A and, B, (3)) It's calcium, acid as that shown by, good typesof 0. ,Ross. That said defendants, T. L. Land and
Lillie Land, hIs wife, Robert Tag
(4) It's phosphorous, and ((5) It's mineral soils. The large contentof
Captain Hurd L. Reeves, tax: as- gart and Jessie Taggart, his wife, the Voters of ,the Twelfth Judicial 'District
other valuable minerals. When mlk nitrogenous organic residues,
sessor of Hendry County motored to and each of them be and they are
is absent she stated, the diet is most plentiful supplies of lime and phos- hereby required to appear to answerto
Fort Myers Monday on business. ,
certain to lack calcium, so necessaryto phoric acid together with favorable the Bill of Complaint' filed herein I am a candidate to succeed myself as STATE ATTORNEYof
for the foreclosure of'mortgage upon
the growth of bones and good conditions of climate and water supply this circuit. I have
Odis Cunningham and Miss Ruby the lands and premises therein performed the duties of this office fairly and
teeth. She cited an experiment are factors which contribute to to-wit impartially during the I have held
Jones, both of Sears, were marriedin named, : term it. and ,if elected to a second
Dr. C. F. Ahmann, assistant in Home the adaptability of this' region to the Sears Sunday. Lot 24 in Block 156 of Clewiston, term! shall' >give the same honest and conscientious service toward the

Economics at the Station, in which profitable production of special crops and Florida the, and that is such hereby appearance required be to enforcement of all laws and to all other duties that may devolve upon
same
the relation of diet to teeth was studied such as sugar 'and a wide variety of State ,A
the 12th day of me,, as orney.
> Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Pettee and G. be made on or before
on 496 children. He found that vegetables.It office of the
A. D. 1930 at the
L. Pettee motored to Fort Myers ando May, ,
53.8 per cent of the children drinking that Clerk of the Circuit Court in the
is of value to point out
Estere where they viewed the GUY M. STRAYHORN.
silk hai teeth which were not defective Court House in La Belle, Florida,
Hammar found saw''' grass soil to be beautiful gardens, Sunday. I I otherwise the allegations in said Bill
while about 10 not
percent
only
almost neutral in reaction the average of Complaint will be taken as confessed -
ruing, milk had good teeth.. Carious of defendants last above ,
ph value being 6.70. ,In view Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Daughterly by the 4
decay, and chalky teeth were much matter named and by each of them. C.j -:: = -=- -=- :- : -=- : -:: :- : -=- = = :-
the large amount of organic
and children motored to Fort Myers ORDERED That
less prevalent. IT IS FCRTHER I
present, the ,low degree of acidity isof Sunday to attend church. his' order of publication be publishedonce
If milk is absent the diet is equally consecutive .. I
especial interest and of great each week for four -- '. '-" -- -- '--
sire to be low in the best growthmteins practical importance in crop produc- weeks in a newspaper of general] circulation .- .__ : -..:' : : _- .-, \:
Mrs. Lara Edwards, Mrs. Wade
( prosphorous other mInerals -i in Hendry County, Florida,
tion. The lower layers, were found and Misses Laura and
Hampton thereof
and vitamins, she explained. On. and that four weeks publication E. M. MAGAHAFor
t o be even less acid than 'the sur- Rose Doub motored to Fort Myers be made prior to the return 'day
VIe other hand milk goes a long ways .
named. '
towards :making a sufficient diet for' face.The specific' gravity like that of Sunday. : above WITNESS my hand and official State's Attorney ;!

tfae growing child, and for covering seal this 11th day of April. A. D., 1930
the deficiencies in an otherwise hopeless all peat soils is low. Hammar's re- Mrs. M. J. Bush was a visitor in ([Circuit Court Seal) TO THE VOTERS OF THE 12TH JUDICIAL, .'," I

suIts show an average of 27. This Fort Myers Sunady. \ William T. Hull CIRCUIT, STATE OF FLORIDA: /
diet. Clerk the Circuit Court in and for ,
of
means of course a ,lower weight,per Mr. and Miss Reinhart of Citrus
The slogan of a. quart of milk a with mineral Hendry County, 'FlorIda.I I hereby 'announce my candidacy for the office of State's Attorney
cubic foot as compared Center were Sunday guests of Mr.
day for the pre-school child is accepted : HEREBY CERTIFY that the in and for the 12th Judicial Circuit of the State of Flor-
oils. I and Mrs. A. L. Taylor.. above and foregoing is a true and
by most nutritionists. Some, think ida, to >be voted for In the coming June primary. I solicit and
During the first two years of operation correct copy of the order of publication -
1 1-2 pint better, but according to an I o fthe experiment station at made by me and on file in my win appreciate the support and suffrage *f all voters for said

almost; universal agreement at least of carefully prepared photographs _were office. office and if elected promise to give the best service possible.E. .
a: pint should be given daily, she con- Belle Glade tests with hundreds obtained.In ([Circuit Court Seal)

traded. I different plants '''were made with no this work it has been found that William T. Hull M. MAGAHA.illllilllllllllllltllllllllllllllllllllllllU .
Clerk Circuit Court Hendry County,
that involving
soil treatment other than the most notable effect has been observed _
Fla. -
regular fertilizer materials.The through the use of copper sul 4T :t' : i.- -: _:=-_ _- ; .. =-- .-,.:. -i- '__ :,,\_=-___-= =___- /'

Turkey's First consistent and practically com- phate. Manganese sulphate has also

Girl Chauffeur plete tested failure was the of essentially result. The all Brown plants given exceptional In results in the 50 case to I I I ( I II I II I I III I I I III 11111111111111111111111111111111111 I11111I 111I((1111111111111111111))1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII!

of some plants. any case, -
Uses ChevroletThe Company, the Southern Sugar' Company 75 pounds of the chemical per acre =-- -=

and other large planters had = -
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old adage, "It's a man's worldIs the same experience with crop failures tice treatment of the. soil with them, --- ---

fast becoming obsolete even in o nthe freshly broken peat being accomplished in much the --- ----

Turkey where feminine rights,) as soils. It was only by breaking the same way as in the use of ordinary :: '. '. : > -

such, have only recently begun to soils and allowing, them to weatherand fertilizer materials.In .A: ; LET IDLE MONEY WORK .. :. .. > .

receive attention. There are few oxidize for long periods of time some instances it has been ,: \ ;.., _
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fields that seem less fitted for women that crops, could be grown. Less than found that there is particular need N, : -

even in the western world, than that two 1 years' ago it was discovered for the application of both of these :

of taxi-4river yet in Constantinoplea that by the use of small applicationsof compounds for the attainment of Account, bearing interest may 'be started with payments =

young convent-bred girl recently I sulphate copper, zinc, maganeseand best results. Likewise in the case of --= --

proclaimed her emancipation by taking other salts to freshly broken =
found that '
it has been
zinc sulphate '.; ,, ,, : low 50 cents week inMAIL --'
as
a chauffeur's test and embarking peat soils tho toxic 'element in the this salt applied', at the rate of 12 ;" as a .. -

on a career 'of soils rendered inactive L .' d
taxi-driving. was Immediately ;
to 15 pounds per aero when used ., 1 ;: "';' "
Mouamer Hanoum was just eigh- and profitable crops could be with copper- sulphate, gives extra- >:. : : : ::;: : t : : ;'<: ': + .: ;\.f:} :: : '

teen years of age when she startled grown without the weathering pro- ordinary returns in some crops. particularly ; : : / >' ; ,. ,

Constantinople by announcing her cess. This toxic process in the soil when applied to the soil immediately ,

intention of taking a chauffeur'scourse. produced a dwarfing or killing effect before the planting of the = ,: .: ,'
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She subsequently which described muck sick- ''' J .. y ..... -
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severe physical examination; and, in ness. When the sickness was cured This combination has been par = ',": ( '. .., CLEWISTON HOME BUILDING ASSOCIATION _

a business-like manner asserted that by the addition of sulphate of copper ticularly emphasized In studies with = !;.",:.' C

she was prepared to enter the driver's to the soil, profitable crops of zinc = :.; :.I: ',:' I,. =
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Applied ,
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peanut = --; ,; :,: ", Clewiston, Fla. =
tests. She displayed such unusual all varieties adapted to the, climate has not been observed to give evidence =- :" '; .\ ., \ =
skill at the = ';'::', Gentlemen-I I -
wheel that she completedher were grown. improvement.In : am Interested In =
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course In record time, and cap- Through the courtesy of Dr. R. V. combination with copper under the t. :! ; .: your easy plan for saving. Without ==

tured highest honors.As Allison, lirector of the Everglades condition of application noted, it has >, : .;::.-.t. .,'....,;; '; obligation to me, please send me full =

a full-fledged taxi-chauffeur, Experimest station, a number of been found to advance the maturity : :' J,' '1'."'I ,,''. .': : : information. :::

Miss _Mouamer's first considerationwas = '.' : ,''" .. =
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the choice: of her vehicle. She ==

elected a Chevrolet six which has M M H Bi BSBBBBBIiHB H HM B*'! =_ > ,- (, +Address ........................................................

been specially equipped for taxi 'To the Voters of the 24th Senatorial District: =_ :;; y-.J: :: : ;.::: ": '. -

work. She is now happily employed -

drlviag passengers around the Turk. I wish to announce that I will be a candidate for re-election to / ,

ish capital and enjoying the distinction the office pf State 'Senator from the 24th District.

oC being the first woman to enter I ,have served four terms in the Senate and two terms in the

the chauffeur's profession In that House. My friends have been kind enough to say that I have served : "r

country. faithfully. I am a member of the Committee.on Roads and High- :: THE CLEWISTON HOME BUILDING ASSN-

ways, Judiciary A. and Rules; these are the most Important com- -

ROOM FOR RENT in Civic Center. mlttees for this district.I == 'lewiston i Phone 101 Florida' .= f

Apply Mrs. J. Ketti.SUBSCRIBE will
appreciate the vote and support of tho people In the Demo- = ===
cratic Primary ta June. = ==

FOR THE \ 3.i

CLEWISTON NEWS WM. H. MALONE' == ==
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CLEWISTON NEWS CLEW1ST ON FLORIDA
PAGE EIGHT .
FRIDAY, APRIL 25, 1930!
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JUNE DATE SET STATEWIDE BEAUTIFICATION MEET :FLORIDA NAMES cided upon at this conference. One The U. S, Department of Agriculture -
of the' .items! to be placed before the in its crop statement for 1929

FOR NATIONALAD TO OPEN IN NEW SMYRNA MONDAYNEW ,FLIER AS HEAD conference"Florida Aviation will be Week"the holding next winter.of a states that in corn Florida cotton showed sweet an pota-increase

The now division of the State dlcates that Florida is increasing her
CONVENTION T OF AIR BUREAUSate Chamber is now busily engaged In staple
SMYRNA, April .-The cation," Miss Kate Jeffcott, Ft. My crops.
establishing contacts with all air
Fourteenth Semi-Annual Statewide ers. 9
lines operating in the state and with _
Advertising Club O f Beautification Conference of the "Garden Clubs and Beautification" Is First To Name the various airports and other aviation DR. J. C. NOWLINGHopkins
Florida State Chamber of Commerce Miss' Grace O. Edwards Winter
Miami To Be Host Beautification Committee will convene Park. Practical Aviator interests.
Building,
in the First Baptist Church in minute entertainment "
To Delegates.The Fifteen pro- As Director. CLEWISTON,
this city Friday April 25th, according gram directed by Now Smyrna --..- Subscribe For The Clewiston News. I = = FLORIDA.

Fourth District. of the Adver to F. D. Bristley, President of Chamber of Commerce. JACKSONVILLE, 'April 24.-With c : : = : = :- : :==::

Using Federation of America will the local Chamber of Commerce. "Beautification Work In New Smyrna the appointment of Paul E. Grass-
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hold its annual conventibn Juno S, "Continuous Beautification in Flor- ," J. C. Ferris, City Manager. field, of this city, formerly of Wat- 0 ) I

9, and 10, 1930, in Miami, Florida. ida" will be the general theme of "Beautification in Volusia County"W. erloo, Iowa, as director of the Flor- 10. r" '-., e t i'Btp01 tf4. : --AI.... r.mJ&
The Advertising Club of Miami will the convention with an Interesting P. Wilkinson, Chairman Board of ida State Chamber of Commerce r :

bo the hosts, according to'a statement program covering various phases of County Commissioners. Aviation Bureau, Florida takes its

just issued by Henry J. Smith, beautification activity in the state. Reports on beautification work by place as the 'first Southern: state to

general chairman of thee ouvention Beautification in Florida has grownin counties. have an actively functioning Aviation X810o

\ committee.Mr. popularity as the communities of Selection of next place of meeting. Bureau headed by ap ractical avia-
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Smith stated that sinco thereis the state have found that to carryon Convention CommitteeThe tor.
Florida to organized effort in this field of local committee in charge of The steadily v
a movement throughout increasing demands '::.
encourage the buying of Florida activity does not require a large arrangements fo rthe convention is for aeronautical information and flying ) '..-: .", dt T
extensive to composed of the following citizens:
and
manufactured products and industrial budget programs data concerning Florida made the e
effective. F. D.* Bristley. President, Chamberof
production which is now being recognized be, formation of such a division in the
Commerce, Chairman J. C. For /'V k' t '
The number of spring and fall ;
as one of the most important organization of immediate impor-
the flower shows are continuously increasing ris, City Manager; Mrs. A. G. Krue-
factors in the development of tanc. The new. bureau head is.a. licensed
nr ) c, .SCI .
President Woman's I
Club
ger, of
State, this convention will assume a and there are but few com- ; pilot and operates) his own Whatever
new aspect in that it will invite the munities in the state that do not Mrs. E. M. Webster Chairman oC plane which he expects to use ex- price you cr.re

different industries from every sec- have some 'type of beautification Home & Garden Club of New Smyrna tensively in carryoing ou(( the workof to pay, whatever size you -

tion of the State t oplace samples program underway, according to the Chamber of Commerce; Mrs. By- his department. have r -
tire 4
.require-we a w
of their wares on exhibition ,during Florida State Chamber of Commerce. ron Mills, President; Garden Club; The formation of the Aviation Bureau

the period of the convention. News Interest in this work has receivedits Mrs. Robt. Hill, Chairman, Civic : as a part of the State Chamber for you that will give .J n

papers and periodicals published in stimulus through the consistent Committee; Mrs. Nora Disbennett, U. S. ROYAL Built by
of Commerce activity marks the con greater mileage and '
Florida will also be requested to ex- programs carried on under the direct President, Home Demonstration Club Guaranteed for Life Thetilorld s
clusion of another step in the organi- Largest Producer
hibit copies of their best issues; and_ leadership of Women's Clubs, Rev. W. L. Lewis, reprecenting zation's program for promoting '.and better performance than 29 $8.25 X 4.40 of Rubber '.

the various advertising agencies and Garden Clubs, Chambers of Com Churches and Mrs. H. L. Rood, rep: to -:
developing air travel in Florida. you ever expected get I-! J
publicity departments will be askedto ineice and other civic bodies. .,resenting the press.
Five general objectives are now
exhibit display copy of their ad The convention morning programIs Special Meeting State Committee under consideration by the State for your money. Look at .

vertising. Mr. Smith said that these as follows: A special meeting of. the Florida Chamber Aviation Committee, according these amazing low prices!
. to the attention State Chamber of Commerce Beautification ,
displays will be brought Meeting called to order by R. G. to Frank Redd, of Sarasota

;. of the buying public and will Grassfield, General Manager of the Committee has been caned the Chairman.. These projects include

be inspected by people from all sec Florida State Chamber of Commerce.Singing to convene just prior to the openingof : Completion of the Florida 1J ftOY41.Holds

: tions !of the country and many parts of Florida the Beautiful the convention for the purpose of State air map; cooperation with municipalities A .
of Latin .America.H. electing a Chairman for the current many mileage records. Built ',I
Reading. of Beatitudes, led by Mrs and communities in the U. S. PEERLESS ,
by the world !largest producer of
Miami has been year and to transact any other busi- Guaranteed jor Life "
Jack
Haines
I. Mossberger'of Pryor, City. establishment of
alproptrs and in- rubber and guaranteed for life! 29 X 4.40
appointed chairman of the exhibit Invocation, Rev.. Blanchard D. Law ness brought before it. Members ol termediate landing fields; erectionof 56.30.

committee and is now bringing together New Smyrna. the State Committee are Mrs. Jo standard land markings as a guideto 1J.I.PlIMB

an exhibit that will give every Welcome to New Smyrna, Hon. W. seph R. Ellicott Ormond Beach; pilots throughout the state legislation i.
; Built liko the famous U. S. Royal,
Harold
member of this convention a true E. of and F. Russell A. Field, Cocoa; H. s
Swoope Mayor city
; looking to proper use of the but It's priced within tho reach. of
conception ofthe. vast possibilitiesof D. Bristley, President of the Chamber Hume, Jacksonville; J. D. Ingraham, air routes developed in tho?state; millions Guaranteed for.life!

industrial production and the part of Commerce. Miami Beach; Mrs. M. L. Stanley, and_ the sponsoring and promoting

-: it should play in all publicity campaigns Response for Committee, Russel 'A. Daytona Beach; Mrs. A. B. Whitman special aviation events in the state.A Tft4UOr-. TRAXION

: as well as a comprehensive Field, Cocoa. Orlando; Lorenzo A. Wilson. statewide aviation conference to

knowledge of the methods now being Purpose of the Convention by'' R. Jacksonville and Evelyn M. Singer be held in Tampa sometime_ in May Our best seller in low-priced tires. 29 x 4.40
A sturdy, safe tire of big
used in advertising throughout the G. Grassfield, and the introductionof Stuart. has been announced by Director mileage

::: : State.C'"I believe," continued Mr. new chairman of Beautification Grassfield. The general program of1 ud value.
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: Smith "this convention and these Committee. the State Chamber of Commerce"Committee .
BAKERS SERVICE
;; exhibits (torn lat sections of the Beautification Legislation, Mrs. W. Nearnly Killed By Gas will be outlined and de I STATION

:: state will give the people of the S. Jennings, Jacksonville.,)' -Druggist Saves Her"Gas Phone 322 !! "RJJ i iteM45H! puEje6ngt | .

. state an opportunity to know. Flor- Beautification of Home Gardens,
stomach bad it I
\ on my was so
:: __i better" Evelyn Singer, Stuart. nearly killed me. 'My druggist told .m.wtl"t Tr.mlf.rlttt.
t :.:.:4 .. The 1 officers of the Foutr District I Beautification by Public Corpora- me about Adlerika. The gas Is. gone .
1Iiis your '
: are Karl': tiehmann of Orlando, Governor tions, E. W. 'Earl, Chief Engineer I mek.now and I feel fine."-Mrs. A. Ada- 4 tag is IISsuran W '. ;:;

,. ; Noble Enge, Jacksonville Florida Power & Light' Co;
r. Vice-Governor; A. C. Smith, Miami, Elimination of the Unsightly, Dr. etc.. as mixed in Adlerika helps and /
I--= Secretary; '''Henry J. Smith, Miami, Karl Lehmann, Orange County Cham- GAS on stomach in 10 minutes! Most Quality

Treasurer H. E. Garrison, St. Petersburg remedies act on lower bowel only, Car ,
f ; ; ber of Commerce, Orlando This -
but Adlerika acts BOTH
on upper check 6!
c\; and Marvin' A. Walker Direc- Round Table discussion of sub- and lower bowel, removing poisonous has IWned as sho+'rn Dependability

f- :: tors. The officers of the convention jects on morning program. waste you never knew was there. and by( ) g w such,
I ;:<' committee are, in addition to air.E Luncheon ProgramDuring' Relieves constipation in 2 hours. It
< will ALSTONS evrolet Dealers sell
surprise DRUG
E Smith the general chairman, George the noon hour the visitors STORE. you. 6G-1-30 ,, on

t R. Hilty, vice chairman.and A. C. will be the guests of the New mSyr- r ult.', -

\'.. Smith secretary. na Chamber of Commerce at Lunch SUBSCRIBE FOR r -c.i-o "

". eon to be served in the Woman's THE CLEWISTON NEWS -
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:: Club. Following luncheon the delegation PHONE 339

t., ADDITIONAL[ SOCIETY will be, taken on a motorcadeover 1

'::." the city and to the beach by : : Ij Se
Mrs. H. C.. Jones has returned to the citizens of New 'Smyrna -

- Clewiston. after a three weeks visit Afternoon Program 00 .

(, With her mother Mrs. Dupuis who Address on "City Planning as an ,, There's no greater as- bearing it has been

returned here with her daughter. Adjunct to Beautification" by George ford Model A surance of used car carefully checked and .;

. R. Simons, Cfty Planner, Jackson 'IS THE BIGGEST Coupe value than the Chevthoroughly reconditioned -

f. L. E. Covin, trainmaster and C. ville. WORD IM OUR cO ndiUon, rolet red "OK that by expert me-

: ,-" E. Allen of Lake Wales were in "The Value of. Municipal Beautifictenc LAUNDERING Good rubb er, at counts" tag, found chanics. If you want t

, Clewiston Thursday.Mrs. n DICTIONARY' ;, good th\S only on the used car reliable transportai i h'
th e price sub.- stocks of Chevrolet tion-insist. upon a .:'
o SEND YOB represents a p dealers. This tag guarantees used car "with an OK ,'
IT.: C. Jones, accompanied by ,ng ,
WORK stantJasaV that the car that counts.
her another. Mrs. Dupuis, Mrs. B. M y TO
$275 ---
Beach, Mrs. Roy Green and Roy, Jr. price ....
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LAUNDRY CO.

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:- salt. This also applies when whipping "CARE' .
Paste laundry Is We use ,careful,
cream. Place salt in the oven under
modern methods and charge reasonable -
the baking tins, in order to prevent Easily Kills : t 192 V ALUEs
: i Hats Mice prices. Here's the Snow white, Chev rOle ,
Cockroaches
I the scorciiing of their contents. Put $edan ticetlent
salt in the water when you wish to Waterbugs, Etc. number. 336 rubber !

cool a dish quickly. Use salt to' re- After eating it they run for E rncchan\ca'1 The great reception accorded the new Chevrolet "
move ink stains from carpet, when water and fresh air to die out- CLEWISTONLAUNDRY and Good since its introduction, January 1st, has
: side. Used condl \on. brought unusually large numbers of fine used .
the ink.is fresh Salt sprinkled on the by housekeepers inc.EL ba r"
for and a cars to our showtooms. To make room for fur- '.
pantry Shelves will drive away ants. 50 years to get rid of these PASO AVE.E SAN BONITA ST paint SOIiI tone ther trade-ins we must clear our stocks at once. :';
greatest. known food destroyers for Therefore we aVe offering these spectacular
and disease carriers.6 CLEW/STON FLORJDA U. $300 values for 3 days only-typical selections :.
Phone 339 The Clewiston News. 2 Oz. Size 35c 15 Oz. Size $1.25 Price from our used car" stocks. Buy now and profit .
by these extraordinary savings.
MONEY BACK IF IT FAILS 4four snow? Laundry ,
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ROOMS FOR RENTBy Studebaker Touring .
PHONE 105 Many miles of transportation at a' Chevrolet 1929 Sedan ,

low price. Special at Chevrolet '1929 Coupe Mew paint, new tires and first class

day or week. FOR DINNER PARTY RESERVATIONSOR $75.00 Convertible- Model. Good dubber and In every way. Save depreciation" on

this car. Can be purchased with dowq
Model A Roadster first class mechanical condition. Buy
Ford
$1.00 per day, payment of ,
this at : >
./ Ford Model A Roadster, 1929 model, S

$3.00 per weeK TO ARRANGE FOR GUIDES FOR driven only 6000 miles.i Special for $275.00 $168.00 ,I

this week Balance tejrms.Clewiston .

Meals at all hour FISHING OR HUNTING PARTIES. $450.00



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