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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: May 2, 1930
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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, ,1 The Center Sugar of America's Bowl New The CleWI ston' N'ews .\ Where Agriculture Industry Meet And





[ CLEWISTON, FLORIDA FRIDAY, MAY, 1930 PRICE 5 CENTS
VOLUME A-NO. 19 ,




!T' 75,000 BAGS OF SUGAR, MADE- 't"






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: ;I /:- -REGISTRATIONS CLEWISTON MAY 36,000 Telephone I PAHOKEE BEATS Thursday Closing '

Calls Made In April! Date Is PostponedThursday RESULTS EXCEED'PREDICTION


,H IN COUNTY HIT YET ,FIND PLACE Clewiston's telephone business, s:. BOY SCOUTS IN afternoon closing for SAYS

during the month of April totalled:, the summer, started In other Flor-

: NEW HIGH TOTAL IN BALL LEAGUE 33,600 local calls, and 1,500 long, BASEBAll CAME ida communities the first week In SUGAR OFFICIAL F

distance calls, according to Mrs.',.' May, will not become effective In

R. M. Hare, chief operator.The 15 Clewlston until after the end of

Clewiston Precinct To Manager ,Owen Calls for busiest time of the day Is Weak: Infield Spells Defeat the grinding season at the Clewis-
;; Million And A Quarter
from nine to eleven o'clock In the I ton mill of the Southern Sugar :
PractiseBy \ Local
: Poll More Votes ThanRest Tri-Weekly : For Boy
morning and from one to three, Company, It was announced yester- Gallons Of Molasses

f, Of County Com Cane Crew.Hope o'clock In the afternoon, while 'during Scout Nine. day by G. V. Hudson, president of Made In Addition To

bane Stewart A nd the noon hour "a slack period'the '.' i th Clewiston Better Business Lea
for Clewiston's being as- calls average one a minute. :: Despite good pitching by William Sugar During Present

Kelly Unopposed.With signed a place In the Palm Beach The longest long distance call of infield errors brought defeat; gue.Date for the closing of the mill Grinding Season.

County baseball league is not yet the month from the Clewlston ex- to the Clewiston Boy Scout baseballs has not yet been announced by

a total of 731 registrationslisted dead, it was announced this week by change was to California. team, when they met the Pahokee I sugar company officials but It Is be- Shipment of raw sugar from the:

when the books closed In the William Cecil Owen, manager of the scouts: on the Clewiston school baseball I lieved that the grinding season Clewiston factory of the Southern

county court house In La Belle Clewiston baseball team, who said diamond last Sunday. The score which was started on January 6, Sugar Company since the opening of

Wednesday night, Hendry county that the matter has not yet been de- MAY EXERCISES .was 73. will continue for at least a few the present grinding season amounts

voters gave indication of polling one finitely settled. ,:With Earl White catching, Hooks more weeks.GARDEN. to 75,000 bags, or 24,375,000 pounds,

'- of the heaviest votes in the history I When the Brown Farm and the ON SCHOOL LAWN 1. Allowed only five hits during the P. G. Bishop, operating vice presi

I of the county, while from the Clew-, Canal Point teams accepted a place game but the Pahokee scouts taking dent of the Southern Sugar Company ;
I I UNIT TO
Iston precinct will be polled a vote In the Palm Beach county league. DRAW BIG CROWD ae advantage of Clewiston's weak infield told members of the Clewiston:

probably exceeding the combined total hope of reorganizing the Everglades had piled. up seven runs at the beginning Better Business League at the regu

of the rest of the county. league vanished, and effort was madeto ,,I of the ninth inning with SPONSOR LECTURE lar meeting In the ClewIston Inn. .

With the exception of the Felda get the Clowlston Cane Crew into Kiddies Of All Rooms. Clewis ton's score blank. In addition to the 24,000,000 pounds '
'
\ district, where virtually every registered I the Palm Beach league. For some Participate In May In the last of the ninth with two HERE NEXT WEEK of raw sugar there was also shipped

1 1 vote has paid poll tax payments -, weeks, It was not definitely decided .'local' scouts on base, Henry Storey. approximately 1,250,000 gallons of

fall far short of the number, whether Lake Worth would enter the Ceremony.Clewiston's batted' out a single resulting I in two molasses.Mr. .

i of registrations. but this is believed coast league, but according to advices films" being scared, and.Earl<< White j I I Talk On Florida Plant,I Bishop, as speaker of the oven-,

: due to the fact that the tax may be: received here this week, they school children ,delighted I
three bringing
flashed out a bagger Life To Be Given At ing at the merchants' meeting, re-
to 15. have definitely ,decided to do so. hundreds of grown-ups in!.
paid May
up jn.. .Storey. counted the work of the Southern!
I Manager Owen said however, that their annual May Day exercises ,held' : Clewiston Inn.In .
: From every section of the county Determined to even things with Sugar Company in transforming the'I I
" comes reports showing keen interest local baseball practise will not be yesterday afternoon on the spacious ihe Pahokeeans. the Clewlston boys northern Everglades into a vast new 1

," in the approaching primaries, but in : discontinued for there is still a pos- lawn of the Clewiston scool. The, .will tt* travel to the camp of the enemy keeping with the policy of the sugar bowl, and said that the out.

no other section with the exception sibility of Clewiston's getting into exercises which were arranged by QS. : Sunday and all local scouts are new organization, members of the look for the future is exceptionally,
the all else fails it is believed the teachers in the school. and the I Clewiston unit of the' Glades
I of Felda has there been Interest, league. If I nstructed to ,be at the Oasis Soda Upper bright.
I ,. equal to that in Clewiston. I that it may be possible for the members of the Clewiston, Parent-, krlor in Civic Center at noon. Flower and Garden club will spon- "Every prediction I made a year..,

I ... Total ,registrations on the county local team to at least get in on the Teacher association, comprised a colorful KtThe Pobable..1.ine'. p for Sunday as sor a lecture to be given on Florida ago in a report on the probable results

books from this precinct on the last half of tho season.In event in which" the participants. announced yesterday by the scouts plant life at the Clewiston Inn next of our work, has not only come*
meanwhile baseball ranged from tiny tots from the lows Thursday evening at 8:30 o'clock, it true but has exceeded our estimate'
I evening of April 30 showed 546 Clew the prac- will.be l ,Horace Walls and William
I for er grades to the students of the Junior I was announced 'yesterday by Mrs. the said.
tise has been called speaker
iston voters officially
registerd. Although some
.' ,:* Hooks, pitchers:;;,.Earl White, ,catcher;
of these registered two years ago and I Tuesday, Thursday and Friday after high school. Charles Surls, : 'base Bo Strick- Elbert L. Stewart, chairman of the "Our 'yield Is far above our estimate -
FrancesTippey Isj; ; ,
noons, and all baseball players are The program opened with ': ''ClewIs ton unit. .. I and the same ia trueof our es-
havesince ,left the county, it is be- 41 IJami, 2nd._ base; Bobbie Hare, short
lieved that there will be at least urged to be present. as Queen being crowned by, :jitop; Harvey Guthrie, 3rd base; I' Mrs. C. A. Miles, ,author of bookson timateon the sucrose or sugar con-

442 registered voters from this '(dis Louise Waldron who was, last year'sMay 'lilerrel Lowe, "left field; Halson, I Florida Federations of Woman's tent."

I trict. The same condition will be Queen. nnt, center "field and, Hulet' Walls- I' clubs will deliver the lecture next Mr. Bishop, who was In the sugar, ..

true of other sections of the coun- APRIL VEGETABLE This was followed, by reading of,' jTt', field Thursday evening .and { topicy3 J l('(industry in Cuba and Porto Rico for"?
1 the Child's Bill of Rights:..bY Henr Y "'(00'" ,,. .,.. ..-' ,.,. t "1. t : MM.S oinin''the. ,
atfve
I ty. 'storeyrtmiimmm\r irt .ff" ..-. ,-:; 't / Plant andSTi1.d E\ .e;.. everal: 'i .ears .befor,, ; < M
II: ". ,;',; 'f!..',"fS.Tz.e'' : total of;thosowlio*ha: 'e registered '-' SHIPMENTS! '! HERE- ers." Her talk will be illustrated with Southern Sugar Company ," said he
A feat which
greatly appealed to
thorough!
and, already paid their poll GOVERNMENT WILL stereoptican views.. came here because after a
tax throughout the county is now those present was the building of The public Is invited to attend anda study of ,the situation, he was confi

i ; 332, of which 226 are from the Clew- TOTAL 29 CARS human pyramids by members of the nominal admission fee of 25 cents dent of the bright future ,for the su .
local troop of Scouts. A stand- REPLACE SIGNALS
iston district and 106 from the rest Boy has been yet to help defray exp n- 'gar industry in this section of Florida :
'tt\ Ing pyramid and a kneeling pramid

I'I'r of the county. Tomato Packing Season were executed with a precision which ON LAKE 'WATERS ses. Friends with whom I worked in!
Members
, of the Hendry county reflected perfect teamwork.A .
To Start In Earnest other sugar countries have visitedus
I commission at their next meeting flower dance by girls of the here, and unanimously tha6
;i' will revise the registration lists, J. A. DAVIS DIES agree
I Here Next Week.
(Please turn to page 8)) Material For Navigation our future as a sugar producing
striking from the books the names

'I"I of those who have left this section. Vegetable shipments out of the SLAV Lights Now BeingAssembled. OF APOPLEXY AT country. Bishop I sdefinitlcy brought assured.Mr. out the. face
FARMERS
10 When the registration books are Clewiston section during the monthof TO that the volume of business done by

i revised, if every remaining registrant April totalled 29 cars, it was LOCALHOSPITALClewiston I
local merchants depends to a great
i .pays his poll tax and votes, Clew- learned yesterday and prospects are ENTER GLADES INFARMINGPROJECT KEY WEST, Fla,Material and extent on the operations of the
I _
, iston will pile up a total of almost with the opening of the tomato sea- equipment is being assembled at Ca- Southern Sugar Company and" Iri
1 two to one for the rest of the county. son that the May figure will be Em-
I nal Point and Key West ,for replacing Company view of our success during the press:

I I... greater. aids to navigation on Lake Okee- ployee Succumbs After net grinding season and our plans
The tomato season Is opening and chobee, which were destroyed in for the future, there is cause for}

, NEW STREET WORK during the past week there were Sturdy Bohemians Plan 1928. The government will spend Brief Illness. nohtlng but continued optimism."
I
,i.: : five cars shipped from the Clewiston To $20,000 for this work. class post office this summer, it wad
STARTED
I IN TOWN vicinity with prospects bright for Cultivate Rich J. Albert Davl, 60, draftsman connected -
I Announcement was made at Sev- reported. ::1 J '
twice that number during the coming Glades Lands. with the Clewiston company ;
: enth 'District Lighthouse headquarters -
Another attractive street will be week. died Wednesday night in the Lake-
--- here ,by William W. Demeritt,
w added to Clewiston's already long Tho new packing house of L. Importation of a group of Bohemian that will view hospital, where he had been TOWN GETS FIRST
superintendent, the work
list, it was learned yesterday when Maxey has been opened at Miami farmers will form one of, the start within a week, and Capt. John confined for the past tend days following STREET MAIL ,BOX!

J announcement was made that work Locks and during the past week prime factors In the development of Peterson, commander of the tender a stroke of, apoplexy. 'Mr. Da

has already been started on tho there were 10 cars of vegetables the Everglades next year, accordingto Poppy, will be in charge of opera- vis is survived by a ':wife, Annette, Clewiston's first mail box has arrived -

' # grading of the street along the canal shipped, of which five were tomatoes a statement by E. K. Tannings, tions. and a 12 year old son,* Jack, both of and will be erected on a posti
.. at the south end of the Clewiston with two more cars of tomatoes West Palm Beach.
New Haven, Conn., engineer and developer outside the post office building on
,; t townsite leading from the Mill Lighthouse employes will constructon
Sugar scheduled to have been shipped last who made the statement ina Stricken on Sunday, April 20, Mr. Bond street, It was announced yes:
barracks to Harlem. the lake 11 wrought iron structures
I' night. newspaper interview In Miami this Davis was taken to the Lake iew.. terday by R. Y. Patterson, postmas:
1 II; ; This street will be boulevarded and With the Maxey tomato packinghouse week. for lights and make repairs to hospital, where his condition was reported -
:'I; the work which damaged lights. Material for this ter.The
I was started this .
in
already operation, the
These Slav farmers according to as serious. mail box will be for the convenience
'week wil make it similar in work is being delivered at Canal
appear- Hooker house and the Harvel houseIn Mr. Jannings are a sturdy race whose The body was taken to West Palm of those wishing to post
1
0 ance to Central Point. A pile driver, boats and other I
and Ponce
I avenue Clewiston are expected to start til from dawn to dark has wresteda Beach where Glenn Heard and Wll- letters after post office hours. The ;
" DeLeon avenue, leading from the Civic tomato packing within the next few living from the barren hills of equipment are in Key West. ber D. Cole went to assist in mak-. office is open from 7:30 a. m. to '
:, Center Park to the ridge. It has been estimated that it will '
rn I ,: days. New England. It is people such as ing arrangements for the funeral. 10 p. m. and those wishing to mail
require three months to complete thework. I'
these, he said, who will not be Place of interment has not yet been letters after this hour will In the future -

+ SCOUT SUPPER IS BIG SUCCESS WHEN downed that the by Everglades slight discouragements needs i decided. use the new box: at the curb.



;JI ... ,. 300 CLEWISTONITES EAT AT SCHOOL Young, Engineers Ad Dollar In News Shirt Gives Man YARD AND LAWN CONTEST FOR HARLEM -


--- Asked To Cancel Biggest Day HereAs WILL BE CONDUCTED MAY 20 TO 22
Far
exceeding the
I I.". fondest hopesof bers of the scout community coun- Work In Ditches

any of the members of the troop, cil In charge of the affair, found -, a result of advertising placed -

; the Girl Scout supper given In the their supplies running startlingly low Clowiston's youthful drainage en- in the Clewlston News telling Clew- Plans for a lawn contest to be conducted base their recommendations for tho'

;I school building.. last Saturday night Knd halt a dozen more guests would gineers who take advantage of every istonites of his dollar shirts, G. V. < In Harlem, were' announced I I I awarding of the prizes. A picture of

f! for the benefit of the Clewiston troop have found the larder empty. rain to put Into practise new Hudson local clothier of Bond street yesterday by William Cecil Owen of tho winning lawn will also be made<

From a financial standpoint the and untried theories of water con- last Saturday did the biggest single the Clewiston Company who said Keen Interest Is being shown In
of Girl
\ Scouts, was one of the big
! affair was a huge success.. More than trol, are asked to remove the scenesof days business since his arrival In that details of the rules for compe- the contest and contest rules will bo'
gest affairs of its kind In the history -
l of Clewlston. $100 has already been taken in and their operations to some place Clewis ton more than 'a year ago. tition are now being worked out. so arranged that all lawns will be

From there Is still some ticket money out- other than the gutters of the town- Having purchased some fifty doz. Tho contest will be held from May in the competition and eligible foil
the time
the
doors were !I
standing.Mrs. site, at least until after the rainy en shirts, the ClewIston merchant 20 through May 22, during which the prizes.
I, diner opened had at 5:30 been o'clock until the last ., J. G. Allhands, chairman of season. designated his store as tho "Dollar time judges,' yet to be named will .I The contest this year will be the

three served more than the community council, expressed With the approach of the summer ,Shirt Store" and told of his decls- make a tour of Inspection throughthe first ever staged In Harlem, but If

, hours later, there was a continuous thanks of the scouts and the committee season rainy season the ditches in alon in an advertisement In The neighborhood to determine the It proves a success local official

j passing stream of hungry guests to The Clewiston Supply Company the townslto will be cleaned to, permit Clewis ton News."I prize winners. said, It will probaly become an annual "
an equally continuous stream
of contented The Florida Power and Ice proper drainage-hence the havo always done a good business Neatness, arrangements of plants event.
", leaving the diners entering and Company, Hooker's Packing House, request that tho boys of the commu- In Clewiston' Mr. Hudson said and shrubs together with the Im- Details of the rules for competition

: Having building. B. F. Fears and others whose cooperation nity postpone the building of their "but last Saturday was the biggest provement shown In the yard duringthe will be announced later, buti

ZOO people made, provisions to feed helped make the affair a suc- dams, or at least transfer the sceneof yet not excluding the Christmas'' past year will be some of the names of the Judges will be withheld;
, the girls and the, mem
; cess. their operations. holidays." factors on which the Judges wilt, until after the prizes are awarded.

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NEWS, CLEWISTON, FLORIDA
FRIDAY, MAY 2, 1930


I I pie of neighboring communities cannot ,"'"'''."'" ,/ .: / beauty of the shrubs in the rough. BITS OF WISDOMOn
CLEWISTON NEWS j rT
m be expected to recognize Clew-If" NGs..l I ,


Published every Friday at iston as the trading center of the vllll/rl/+1111/1/11/ll/'Ilrllllrl/Iilllllllltll/lull1111/1111'/ll111,1//: Unless the present law is invali- making cake when fresh milk L-COMMON SENSE: I

Clewiston, Florida. northern Everglades, unless Cle, is-I Local statisticians interested, in, dated, the name. county commissioner buttermilk, molasses, and sour milk: _

ton business men encourage such dabbling in figures, might' while should be changed to "district are lacking, use a cup of apple sauce By SpudJohnsonDEVELOPING -

,LOUIS A. MORGAN .... Publisher thought through advertising in its { awa a few hours figuring, what a commissioner." Under the present I into which has been stirred a tea-

TOM SMITH .................... Editor ,various forms.Amusement II I nine hole golf course means to II law county commissioners are elected spoonful of baking, soda. Besides be- THE CHILD
.
Entered at the Posloffice at Clew for the visitor willprove i I Clewiston merchants in dollars and by districts, while a suit now ing an excellent substitute the sauce Nowadays they are talking a lot

a big factor in making this pending would have this law invalidated makes delicious
matter. cents a spice cake, and
class
iston, Florida, as second I about. "nutrition" of children Ihaven't
---- community the northern Glades trade I and have the commissioners without eggs too.,
I First there is the matter of equlpI yet been able to understand
SUBSCRIPTION RATES center. The new golf course is an for each district elected by the '
I ment sold by local stores. Sale of I everything about this "vitamine A
One Year: ........................................ $2.50 excellent asset and will help, but a ', county at large. I II I When spreading butter on sand- ,
I golf clubs, bags, and golf balls, we vitnralne[ B and vitamine C" business
Six Months ..... .... ....1.0 i moving picture house showing sound A county commissioner should wiches or toast, do ,not try to soften I
believe, would show considerable re- but there j is one thing I have gathered
Three Months ................................ 75 pictures would he a big attraction to I have the interest of the entire counI the butter, but heat a silver Knife by -
ceipts, and not a few pairs of knickers I from all this talk about it. It
I residents of neighboring communities. I I ty at heart, and not merely the dis I placing it In boiling water. The dif-
ADVERTISING RATESFort.five and hose have been sold since is that for best growth and development -
There is said to be a plan un- trict which he represents. The very ficulty is overcome at once.
cents per Inch. No discount the course was opened a few months ,I, of a child's body, it is necessary -
I der consideration for wiring the local name of the office indicates this, I :
for plates. No special position ago. for the child to have a variety
I theatre for sound and If this is'lone and it is believed probable that the When a recipe calls for sugar and
guaranteed. All advertising copy. I And when theso totals reached ; of foods In Its diet and for it to have
I ( local business men should be'qulCit any entire l county will have a voice{ in flour, instead of moistening the flour I
must be in this office on Wednesday I'you can go still further and figure I plenty of milk, eggs, organes, toma-
to pursue ,their ad..antaget'oI who shall be the commissioners.With with water or milk, stir flour and
before issue of paper.Miami's i how much money is l kept in Clewis- i'i toes and vegetables and fruits.
\ J; tlie other lines.Cleistoii I' the present law invalidated, sugar together in the diy state.. Then
That looks like ,it is pretty simple.doesn't .
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ton because of the golf course. The
started', ". i is Hielogical trade center I voters in the East end of the coun- no lumps will be seen.
probably 1tired it. Mrs. Johnson
milk war must have
business who plays
for, the northern Everglades, i I man seven ty would have a voice in the, election
because .one .group tried to get the or nine holes of golf after work each had a pretty good idea about feeding -
and if it does not arrive, we shall of a commissioner from the To keep cheese moist, wrap it In '
cream of the trade.Clewislonites J I is not interested in children, for ours all gVeww off
day, keenly I
.1.1i have no one but ourselves. to blame.EDITORS west, end of the county and vice a soft cloth wdung out of vinegar,
: making a 65 mile trip to a show in I to be pretty husky, and :are not
: I.I versa. The result'w11l unquestionably and kep in an earthern jar, with the !

at. the June primaries /,; ,;i '. ,, ,. ,. .. Palm Beach So that money remains troubled with indigestion( dyspepsia,
;" '" ..,,." ; ,i,, ,I., ." ,' '" '" ;" 1'" '" be airier and less( impartial administration cover slingtly raised.To !

.. won't forget ,Senator Maloue's recent'! OTHER" 1 I:1I '; in Clewiston, probably to go for the of the affairs of the county. bowlegs, or any other ,seriou ailment.

help in getting the appropriation 'for .purchase of a new driver or' possibly. clean lettuce is often a nuisance By the way do you know what I

'.' the Clewiston La Belle road. ;7/Lrl.4rl/rI/>Nll/llllllll/11r1,1I1r1111/\ i /j'I"\ '\," >,n,'<,i\n'i" l'l; 'some new: balls. The course Is, one Office holders and newspaper editors because of tiny green insects or their 1 saw in the paper the other day? It

ONE OUT OF FOUR. : of the tow 's biggest assets and incidentally ': 'I: said that bowlegs arc not necessarilythe
often find in It. Turn oil
it impossible to eggs the cold water
.,
'
f An old Frenchman once gave this will be fine result of the child's trying to
that matter how a talking
Aviators' know no faucet
I please everybody.Finding I slightly, put .your thumb
' sun piece of traffic advice substantially point v\hen Clewiston finally walk too soon. they are more; apt to
: : murky the day, the is always t decides it necessary to lower the against it so, ,the stream squirts with !I
as follows: "Drive as though a that in addition to its S50 be the result of lack of )lime and
mad-I weekly
shining above the clouds. 1 OO.O' level of Lake Okeechobee, Fred C. I force, and hold each leaf, with the
I motor cir brakes 'I phosphorous in the diet. Seems fun
man In a with no : : payroll, it can still use Some ad-
.Elliott, chief engineer for the Everglades broad end in the hand, under the Water
lurked behind every c rner." I ditional funds which tourists'woul i ny, doesn't it? I had, never stoppedto
: drainage district ordered the for, a few seconds. Rinse, and its
exclusio: ,I Miami policemen have found about leave i here. I think about it that way. It also
l locks in the St. Lucie canal openedfor is ready ,for the table.
: one out of every four motor cars I 'I said that. ba dteeth are the result of .
:> feral Fred ,H. Davis, "applies in r gi-I, '- the water to run from the lake: ) -;:--.
tested to have defective brakes. 'One That the g lf'bug has smitten.',7'th the' lack:,of these minerals, which are _t tcontained
.: .storing: ,and voting.. We're: .certainly ; r r to the ocean. Nothing. else sweetens vessels in I .
- < out of four could not meet an emergency community, Is seen In the I in milk and vegetables and
conversation
1 glad that point's been settled. From the Stuart section came com, which milk has been kept so well as ,
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s,'.. II successfully .if the driver depends overheard In a local l restaurant I fruits and eggs. ,
plaints that muck water was ruining ; solution of baking soda and hot
.j.1' I
I upon, his brakes. The piles of j when l waitress accepting All of us are familiar with the old
t ] Friends of W. Stanley Hanson' of Ft. the fishing in that neighborhood, and water, in the proportion of a level :
k';:, ; I broken glass that glitter upon the an" order, for a steak,, asked, I expressions aboaut the boy being:? fa-:
; Washington of"ficials waIter
.Wyers, aye besieging I the East coast residents asked that teaspoonful to a quart of warm
\ ther of the man, and I daresay manyof
attest in cases
highways "What ?
: public many of potatoes I
,:: to name him Indian agent as I the canal locks be closed. Let the solution stand in the
I the fact that was ,us have never ,paid! much, attention -
to an emergency "Oh mashies, by all means" said
':. : successor to Captain L. A. Spencer, Said Mr. Elliott In effect: "If vessels: long enough to get cold. Pudding ,
not met successfully.The the golfer. to them. Come to think of it,
deceased.On I we open the locks, your fishing Is dishes or l.ots'and) pans which
-'. ability to seems foremost however, it is easy to see that, the
numerous occasions we had the go The permanent greens on the new ruined. if we keep the locks closed have ben burned are, easily cleaned ,
: motorists. The % child that receives proper food and
most :
minds
in the of
:opportunity to see Stanley Hanson's I course are coming along fine, and ,the lives of I Inhabitants i of the this way.Before; .
!I ability to stop quickly al1'(} within a .. I care is more_ apt to grow into a good
.. work' for the Indians in Fort ? Yers. we are told that the fairways are in Lake Okeechobee area may be endangered ,- '
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reasonably short distance Is not dependent citizen,, both physically and mentally.
; and we conservative in saying good shape. They do look good from so since protection of leaving cereal In a double
renewal of power And last!, but not least, our .children -
upon sup
'that there Is probably not another : distance but until learn lit I boiler
I'a we a life comes first, we decided to over night turn a cup of .cold should receive the moral}

'man in the entire state who could ply as the going depends upon gasoline -[, tle more about the game we'll keep the locks water over it. This will prevent a proper
and the brakes of an automobile open. training i so that they will grow into
: so efficiently fill the vacancy caused so fine our comments to the con-I hard crust forming on top. In the
good citizens morally. After all that
[ fall into the same category ,
bY Captain Spencer's death I i Many Floridans are watching! with;I morning the water may b6 turned : is still important.SUBSCRIBE. '
of neglect the teeth.. Many of us
as I off
before
I quickening interest, the work near the cereal is reheated.
wait until both are wholly defective draw up plans for rebuilding the 'a'11r -

:* : :NEW ROADS AND TRADE: CENTER I the Tamlaml{ Trail in the Everglades
before seeking the cure. cient capital to handle a ,populationof .
'' I where they arc drilling for ol( Within To give frosting a smooth, glossy FOR _
Completion of construction workj.on i|i Instead of thinking about the iniquities 2,000,000 by, 1950. Rome now, has, I THE CLEWISTON NEWS
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appearance put the
frosted
a few days it should be definitely cake n a
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Belle Glade-Pahokee road tot
the 'of the income tax and the .1 population! of ;approximately 900,000
I < established whether there! is oil warm oven for a few seconds, takingcare
.gether with the: proposed construction high price of clothing as we drive The duce's vision of more' than J
I in commercial quantities. Wouldn't not to let the frosting ge so
-- of, ,the new Hendry county road along, some thought might be directed 1,000,000, increase In, the next two decades hot that it will 666r
I surprise us a bit. Florida now has run.
line '
from the Palm Beach county- to what, if, ''anything, we. mightdo seems ,optimistic, but_ there is '
'
everything that -
California has
east, of Clewiston, will join the lake if a motor car or a scamperingchild foundation for such a belief in.the. except To TabletsRelieves
oil and mountains, and if we soften dry coconut for use in :,
: ',communities in:' ,one big, family,. ofj should ;cross the path unexpectedly past rate of growth. ) ,|I
I strike oil, we'll. just have: to put our cake frosting steam it in a clean a Headache or Neuralgia In
ferlng a, real_ opportunity for one ofr' ."Thoi> who a t'qu'ickly in such Sixty: years ago Rome lied .but or
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cloth
30 minutes
beads together and see what i can, be over boiling water. checks a Cold the firstdayl
r: these communities to build up a solid the'anci .' ,u 1 '
? : emergencies do so, largely because 226,022 inhabitants. Only part of : checks '
done about those mountains. -Ruby rcD vid: and Malaria In Ttfireo

reputation. the ,trading center they have thought out a: possible rit city was occupied.i Then the_ I _____ days., I*
I
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.of the northern Everglades. course of procedure many times be- capital was moved there and the in-
Phone
And with the political 339 The Clewiston News. 666 Also
r .', The, five towns. .. of. Clewiston" ,, South fore the actual test ,comes. Those, evitable ,boom followed. Accommodations -I anyway in Liquid
f campaign to start in earnest in the
: : -Bay, Belle. Glade, Pahoketj_ and Canal who thing ahead also give thoughful in the section then knownas ,
I next few days we're to get oil .. '
,
r: ll'be j I sure J. .l : >
Point the main members .'
I Ii consideration to their brakes. "New. Rome" were eventually ex- -- I

,of ,this family. while from I Miami One out of four thoughtless drivers hausted. By 1901 the number of person I in one form or another.

: :Locks, Bare Beach and other inter- aggregates a rather large. menace in in Rome was 462,783, an in- I .
Clewiston girl scouts and members
.mediate points. ,will come additional any city or community.-Miami Her- crease of more than 50 per cent in'
I of the Girl Scout community council
y, trade to the community which Is accepted ald. 130 I years.J ; The population at _present
learned last Saturday ,night what it
: as the northern Everglades 900,000, again shows. the tendency to,

:trading center. J j !I I double every three de ades. means to feed a, few hundred hungry ,; '" ., >: r : ,i, '.. ;' ,'. .
I I attended : > ; : :' .:< ;'r <:
UNDEVELOPED RESOURCES I' Clewlstonites., Everyone who ; ; ,; <; ; < .. .
Clewiston's
s : hopes at present are If this growth continues, Rome ', ;: /
A .visitor who has a keen sense the supper in the school was more
= ,brighter "than those of any .of, the I .' will be needing the rebuilt city which .
of n"You proportion remarked recently, than satisfied, yet at the end of the J r .
; 'Other communities in the, family of, !Mussolini\ \ wants for 1950. The city i

never say anything in Florida evening, there were no left-overs. It
;lake towns but the definite goal '
| planners face the difficult task of
; about,, the most valuable asset you was one of the most successful affairs New,' roads are under construction
.
?, -will be: reached only ,through the widening streets, providing! 'parks 'I
have-resources. I of its kind in the history of
continued and, cooperative ,effort onthe I'gardens and the 'like, without de-'

part of the Clewiston Better The visitor 'didn't draw comparij stroy'ing i the priceless historical the community., ; thousands of additional acres

sons or contrasts between resourcesand It's usually the case that those
Business League and all other organi structures for which the city is fa of
will be harvested for
assets. We talk about the sunshine -I who howl loudest about,, state and sugarcane
sations
In the community. mous. Six months is too short
and beaches and somewhat county conditions are those who
Clewiston, as the Florida head time for even a Mussolini commission next year's Clew-
about the' fertility of... the soil. We are too busy to register, pay their I grinding season.
quarters for the Southern Sugar
to work out that problem. But
may list these under assets. The visitor poll tax and vote.

Company, where payrolls avearaging referred to the hidden resources s' the duce, by his mandate, at least I iston is swiftly approaching its

..f. $50,000 a week are made up, is the has focused attention on flee advisability
c -those that exist in fact and in the 2 Glasses Water,
logical): location for .a northern Everglades of planning city growth well rightful place as the metropolis of
knowledge of many but which have Not Too Cold
trading center. Further reflection In advance.-Miami Daily News. ,

on the essentials needed to n't ,been developed. I Help 'Constipation the northern Everglades.

The trouble is that people in Flor-j .
r "definitely ''ash j
stamp community
any water; i is not enouch-
I i : Ida have been able to get' by, as it ; \ ,One glass ,
recognized trading center ggestsi1 I BLAMING THE NEWSPAPERS take 2 slaves half hour before

the important 'points ,were without much effort. There, are breakfast. You C't quicker and better
following five : r<
,
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I Sometimes 'we wonder what 'folks
-, Quality, fair prices, variety, advertising men like Roger Bagsom who realize results by adding' a little simnle Now is the time to take advantage

the value of: the tourist trade. It is would do if they didn't have news- glycerin, saline, etc., (known as Ad- '. .. .

;; and amusements.The papers to lay, their blame on. In ad- lerika) to one glass. of the
and will remain Florida's golden
; greatest I opportunitiest
first points remedies Adlerikn
two may be 'con- 'dition to the almost continuous "P anning" Unlike other .
single source of revenue. Babson i ij bowel I -t toffered _
:jsldered as, a combination, and in this I' : arts on BOTH lower
respect It has been j'places the estimate at $300,000,000 a l the newspaperis suojcct'to' and ,removes old poisons you never here.: 4 IJ J

conclusively I many are in the habit of 'laying all in system. Adler-
i thought were your
That
is ,
'- year. guess as good as any 1
r' proventhat t;: Clawiston:: merchandise I No ills on the editor's desk, blaming him ik.i stops GAS and sour stomach In .
perhaps. matter what it is we all '
': prices compare favorably with those 10 minutes! Relieves constination in
for from the weather '
everything to
k -in, the 'large east: coast' cities. ', know it is the means by which many I 2 hours. ALSTONS DRUG STORE. :
.:,: In a high taxes and the cost of living. 4 6-1-30 .i ; ;..; ;ii;
.: aeries of a advertisements, sponsored live. ) ;f!, 'i::;; ; ..i'j; : : ;' .: .: j, .{,:

I I Those who thrive by the tourist Often a club, a society or lodge, a];I LEGAL NOTICE .
: by the ,Clewiston business local
men <<
,
:-1 I trade as a rule have good deal to chamber of commerce or some other I Justice of Peace Court, First .. :. ., -: .. "' '
a Tn > :
',; prices 'were compared with those I "lor; : t ',; "'; :} ,; : : ? ; ;; .. : :. :' "f ; (
.' say about how advertising funds organization plans to put on an af- District, Hendry County, State of : "" .
appearing in an advertisement in a I ; :
I shall be fair. ;They ;get up a, sweat and rush Florida. ,
And all visibly
: 'prominent East coast paper, and the and spent. are to the newspaper office (or more often Anna M. Hopkins, 'et, vlr, W. A. For Details Write To
irretrievably narrow. All have the Universal Markets -
comparison reflected credit on Clew- Hopkins plaintiff vs.. :
iston. This same complex. They imagine that the call the editor and request that I and E. W. Stappleton, defend-
was not idle '
an commu-
'tourist comes to Florida to play he attend ,the meeting, In person and andt.
nty boast but, was a result of
; com- With the bathing gals and gamble in waste_ a couple of his'' busy hours?) I Under and by virtue of ,an execution '

paring. i advertisements, appearing In 'and have the to 'issu'ed.ln Jhe above :stated case !
I'the casinos shoot newspaper give due CLEWISTONClewiston CHA OFCOMMERCE
or cl'oquet'in' the
The Clewiston ,News with advertise'inents out of the above Court, I' will sell at -

{ In the same" line of business, 'parks. As a matter ,of fact very few ,publicity. (They often ,have the nerve public outcry in front of the CourtHouse

:carried ra tourists are engaged by these pas to request the front, page.) door or In Clewiston, Florida, I '
In East
an Coast, paper. I, times. Some 'of them are because .'If ,the ,afCairIs.. a "flop," right away: in said County' on Monday the 14th Florida
Variety of stock is obstaclq..tishich ,. 1930 o'clock A. "M.,
an: the day of April at ,10
.. has not yet been fully over; there is nothing else to hold them. reading public and the organization to {the highest Tjldder:for cash, the following I

r. 'Jut 'we are willing for the tourist ,blames the newspaper. The, ,' editor property, ito-wit:
However
come. with
a progressive
to take care of, himself for awhile if did his part .or often more than ,All of the property and effects ;of
,type of, merchant: this is a matter Universal and"of .
the l Markets E, W. "
I I some: of the used for advertising his, share. He gets all ,the, ,blame
; money
.whichill, adjust Itself ,as, the trade Stappleton doing business as Universal -
I Is diverted to placing the' when as a matter of fact he deserves Markets 'in Hendry '\IN THE MERICA'Sr.
.volume ,Increases. Three, or even I opportunity Clewiston, CENTER. .OF: .,
of IL .
for developing' our undevel- none County, Florida. ,
two years ago the Clewiston .
merchant -
oped resources before the Investing Editors are human, to be sure, and Said sale to be made under said ', '

could not afford to carry the writ and by virtue, 'of an order from .,:,: NEW. 'SUGAR BOWL ,
through, of dealing with the ' ,
years ,
..
\ '
public.) -Florida .
Commercial. : ... .
.variety le" does today, and BO :the.increase the Court dated 'Feb. 17,1930, A. D., ': ;
bu'nf ,
public' up.a remarkable amountof ; 1
Jf will continue In'proportion on account of the Distress warrant .

:.to th'e' patience- courage. forgiveness.' ,and, < for the collection of rents due the ). r '

trade' growth.Advertising .. RISING ROME ( plaintiff. .
-
"
< '" > lr> rj< I' ,'; ',' j J'.I under stancling,:"but ,often. they are ,

..mustformUte.' foundation 'i.:Mussolini, ,gives ,the.", c tr.p hnnin" subject/ .to a vast amount of unwarranted J. 'McGeheo' . : .
for success In such a',ma've. Pea-. commission 'of Rome: six 'months to abusc.cala. Star. ; (Seal) Justice of Peace.

Dated 1,April, 17, 1930.

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CLEW1STON NEWS, CLEWISTON. FLORIDA
FRIDAY, MAY 2, 1930 PAGE! THRBH


I II FIVE ,PROJECTS CHEMICAL LABORATORY RECOGNIZED EXECUTIVE SEES


NAMED BY STATE :'( AS GREATEST WORLD CONTRIBUTION BRIGHT OUTLOOK

....- DELICIOUS
I FARMCOMMITTEE FOR TRADE GAIN
ATLANTA, Ga., May 1.-"Thechemical cane is artificial wood and wall boardof
1 l excellent quality. The cane is
of today is the
!:;I laboratory
crushed for the purposo of making Trip Through Thi GUERNSEY WHIPPING CREAM
'it Basic Program Of State greatest single contribution to tho. rty
Celotex which is a recognized ,stand
Chamber Agricultural World," declared one of the leaders ard building material that Is longer States Basis For AND STRAWBERRIES

i Group Outlined. of the last annual meeting of the and stronger than any other fiber Statements.Business .
American Chemical Society at Atlan- available and these fibers are ser-
J '
i .! ta. There seems little reason to question rated, .having saw-tooth edges conditions throughout
::1 i JACKSONVILLE, May Dairying CLEWISTON DAIRY COMPANY !
: I ', agricultural reclamation, tung oil Industry this statement In view of the which makes it Poss ble to weave the country are described as "fair" ,

;'i ..!,: cooperative marketing and fact that during the convention scientific and felt them Into a structurally and .In numerous .places as "good". by Sugarland Highway ,Phone 333
. i, j diversified agriculture are the '(,five papers bearing on nearly 500 .sturdy board of superior quality, ..EdwinE._ / Taylor,. executive. vice-
1 i ,, phase of exact without the application great of the General
i! principal projects which .make up the subjects and every of ,president Foods. Cor-
! ;:1 I. preliminary basic program of the and general chemistry were dis pressures. J I p.ora'tiqn. who ,has just ..returned. froma
:. Florida State Chamber of Commerce cussed. Apparently many new wonders ,The :present by-products .of sugar- tour which brought: him! Into. more' .
! ::1 I Agricultural Committee of which Dr. .are being? created in the new cane may become the keystone of than thirty States. Mr. :Taylor's. observations -- -
I I Burdette G. Lewis, President of Industrial South. Dry Ice was exhibited sugars! industrial arch, and .the fu- have led him to the belief
I Foremost Dairies, Inc., and [prominently at the convention.= Just as byproducts ture ;may .also ..disclose cotton grow- that' growing! activity .In >several lidualizes > C
i, !: identified with progressive activities of cotton .have been trans- ers striving for more weight rather .."ill help 'take ,up'.the slack. PHONE 333 I
r In the state, is the chairman. Jromed. into countless uses ,for the than for the length of cotton :fiber, in .(employment, and the. country ,will I
At a recent meeting of the committee human! family; ,by the! manufacturing. as .cotton with the _aid .of new machinery soon ,again! be .enjoying. prosperity."For I Repairing Estimate For '
held in this city a plan of chemists, so now chemistry i tis! ifindng has reached the point whereit example, ,in a large' ,'part' of ..
group organization was adopted. Un marvelous .uses for sugar cane. ;iis competing with cellulose .from the. packaged: ,food industry. ," said_ ;. -Electrical. Work of. Any: '.Kind'
The principal by-product of :wood Mr. Taylor, "employment is normal .4 t
der this .system the committee! .perflonsel : eugar- \ .
I .) I is divided into groups for the I II .br lightly above _normal. I ,Radio .and Appliances of All" .Kind
I .".Business. men.. are ,devoting! their; Repaired Sold _.
purpose 'of .studying and developingthe Business Map .Shows Florida Is Eighth .
.earnest attention to '
t business! affairs:
projects. contained in the program
I Florida To Be In State In Union In Greater care !is being; eJercised'in: '
; according to Dr. Lewis. j. W. CRANE
"Fair' Condition Collections Gas the restriction inventories : -'.
; The group personnel is as follows: ) On of t anda .
I Executive Committee: Dr. Burdette 1 'watchful .aYeis trained, \on overhead I, .
I O. Lewis, Jacksonville; Chas. F. JACKSONVILLE, May 1.-Officials WASHINGTON,-Florida, by collecting < ..expenses.. I '
. / Leach, Monticello; Dr. J. H. Ther- of the Florida 'iState 'Chamber of 'Com- .a five-cent' tax on gasolinefor This change ,In the national attitude ., ,
rell, Ocala. Dairying in Florida merce feel 'that with ''the showing of the first half of '1929, and six. is ,re.fie ted, he. .says_ .in ,the ; .:;: : :-:
\.1'J Production Group: H. S. McLendon, Florida conditions as "fair" In the cents for the latter half, held eighth mounting sayings accounts! reported .' ....
615
EAST
PLATT ST. OFFICE PHONE M-UBO
Chairman, F. ,H. Rowe, Hollywood; Forbes business maps instead of place. among .all .states of .the union throughout (the 1 country, indicating ..
Chas. F. Leach, Monticello; John "quiet" 'as :has been the case for along and the District of Columbia In to- .that people generally ,have emancipated TAMPA, :FLA. NIGHT PHONE. 'H-33-561

Rohdin, -Rivervlew; :J. ,M. ;Burgess, ,time, 'that better reflection 'of tal .gas ,tax ,collections for that year, :.themselves. from .too -.mu h setrlckquick "
, Jacksonville; L. Weaver, ,Perry; the state is ,being presented the according to figures announced by .s1>ecul ti . I : E. M. Nix, 'Jacksonville. Distribution business world. the United States, .Bureau of Public paid fir Taylor is \rshared,.by., ,a -majority ..

, I Group; W. J. Barrit, Tampa, Chairman Among the hopeful factors '''that Roads. 1 while: .in. the use of. !gasoline of (leaders: ,in the ;industrial. .
ii I ; S. H. Fifield, Jacksonville; W. should Justify general optimism in her position! was .down to nineteenth_ and business :.centers ,which he hs .
;j.: : T. Edwards, Jacksonville: .' ; .Ernest ,Florida's immediate. future, as seen the compilation shows.: visited\ during 'the \course 'of his .prolonged : Overnight; service between 0
:::1 Denk, West 'Palm Beach; John 'Scott by 'C. V. 'Rahner, Director of Research The total collections. .In the ,state \\tqur. ,Depressed. Business, (Mr.
i!, ; Jacksonville; ,E. .P. '.Hitch. Jackson. of' the:State Chamber of Commerce for 1929 was listed .at'$12,213,336' Taylor, ,belieyes, ;has about run -Us ,Clewiston and Tampa :

villa; Judge. ,S. ,,D." 'Clark..- ,Monticello.I are: Good tourist_ travel during the ;total consumption. !! 223,37.v467 course.
Health an'd'Prevention Group: -Dr. H the, season ']'ut ending, more favorable gallons. Business conditions throughout .the .

. I N. Parker, )\Ghair ,a1. Jacksonville; ', : ,prices for ''agricultural products Florida 'collected, the iivejcenttax country are not much different this [Franchise: operators Insured cargoes
. :Dr. E. L. Filby, Jacksonville; Dr. J. gradual'improv ent in banking until July, when an act of r.the ;1929 Spring, 'he ,says, ;than fin! most other
I -V. Knapp, Tallahassee; Dr. A. Zie- conditions, and the fact that con- legislature imposing an additionalcent years. They may characterized as ;

; .. bold, Jacksonville; Judge John O. struction reports of new building .went iigto 1 i effect. spotty-fair jn some ,sections. ..better ...
, Shares, Daytona Beach; JWrn. A. Ses have held up :well in comparison with ..in .others.: he .mot lamentable I

,I some, Bonifay. The Tung! Oil Indus; ,big ,declines in the rest of the coun by The Nation's Business. With the result jqfthe Wall Street ,situation,
I
. .) : try. B. F. Williamson, Gainesville, try. Forbes ,maps Corrected: .to a more favorable of last ;year : i: Chairman; Dr. .Geo. "Hoffman, ''Penney Portions .Florida have been portrayed Florida psychological.< .
Buffer
Ii outlook; :wlll not
, .' Farms; Isaac $an *Horn, Polk City; as ood: ,andtthe remainderof from being shown as :one C. V. Loveland, Palatka; Dr. A. Zim- the state as "fair" for nearly a very few "quiet".spots in the UnitedStates. PHONE 339
liakoff, Jacksonville; Henry Lew year in the map published monthly THE CLEWISTON NEWS I

Jacksonville. Agricultural Reclama- I -. .-
tionDr. Burdette. G. Lewis, Jacksonville "---
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: Chairman; ,Chas. ;-F.. Leach, I" )
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' Monticello. ; Wm. L., Wilson, Panama. -' tV.T -- -V /
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CUy.' Cooperative Marketing: L. M. THE CLEWISTON TAXI SERVICE : ,1,1I \

Rhodes, Chairman; A. M. Pratt, Winter I .

Haven; Julian Langner, Tampa. ; Fine. riding seven passenger ,Cadillac ;
L R. V. Thompson, Sarasota; ;H.M.. : ; '
(fJ. Robinson; Hastings; Geo. ,S. -Fletcher_ .Sedan :for 'J hire.
Miami; Pat Johnston, .Kissimjnee; G ,. .. .. .. ..
i ( [LOCAL.AND LONG DISTANCEREASONABLE -. :>. -' ,' ', : '.
' W. Atkinson, Hastings. .D ye..rsif1 a.. ; : ; <: .r : .:

j. E. B. O'Kelly, Chairman RATES .: ,.
Jacksonville M. I. 'Mossbarger, .Mi
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ami!: S. W. Westbrook, --Pensacola; Call Phone ,No. 393; or 105 : CLEWISTON 'BUILDING ,MATERIAL COMPANY

Lorenzo Wilson, .Jacksonville; W. -Hi; : .. ., .
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Marshall, Ft. Lauderdale; L. .B."Skln.". > -

ner, Dunedin; A. B: .Michael, Wab- .

I asso; A. J. Shea, Melbourne!;. Frank i r, -.=. = = = = = =- = = = <,:. : ::.. .. ,-' .

Pepper Palm Beach., Miami; Geo. Osborne, ''West i I:I 'Official A. ,C. L. Railroad watch inspectorM. ..<.," :: .'." -. '>;:/:.;:(,. ,':.' ., ',' '- --.:.' ;"" ':;; .t, ..:, -.::-::. ,. ':$. .".;. ::):

d I i "The objective of the State Cham ,.

1 ber of Commerce committee" says P. ,BOGGS WE. .ARE. OFFERING. OUR .STOCK OF THE -FAMOUS -
Dr. Lewis, "is to develop a constructive .
' I agricultural program which will j JEWELER : RCA 333 CABINET RADIOS' COMPLETE vs
meet the approval of all .state, sectional -

and community agencies and I Expert Watch, Clock & Jewelry Repairs WITH RADIOTRONS AT THE 'SPECIAL CASH
receive their active support in car- I
p rying it to a successful conclusion. : Clewiston Florida PRICE OF ,
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Hays B'ld'g. 00 _- .. "
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I "Each group formed, under this .. : .

'i be type comprised of committee of persons organization capable, will and == =: : =- =: =:= =- ::: ::=:==-.: = =:=:===- =- =- =:=:=-:= : = =:=-:=:: =- :=:=:=-:=.:::- : =- =::1 : : : : 'If: ;1i.4.::; : :

i' equipped to study and discuss the : ,,: .. : : }
problem under consideration. Members I
I .
I of these groups will be able to CLEWISTON FOLKS I L':
:: $65.00
i formulate a practical plan of proceI II I .: .. .'- ..
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I I ,I .dure.ity'are Technical not lacking and professional in this group abil ;;tTHE HOTEL TA-MIAMI :I : ;; '' ... :'" : ::
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system organization. .J .. '"
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I t <' "The agricultural interests of V'. MIAMI, FLORIDAWELCOMES I ;. .c" .. .,

I''', Florida," continued Dr. Lewis, "are i j
of such wide and divergent nature as YOU THIS WILL AFFORD YOU AN OPPORTUNITY..

I to require the study of them from a I
I Ir r .. number of different angles. The work "The Most Perfectly Ventilated Hotel In the South. I C TO SECURE THIS :HIGH: GRADE EQUIPMENT AT
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of the Agricultural Committee will I
I Ii i never be fully' done.. There will alWays Storage Space Across Street European Plan : A PRICE CONSIDERABLY BELOW OUR COST.

i be new Ideas and problems to

':!r! be taken under consideration and : PROMPT ACTION WILL BE NECESSARY.AS. :.OUR:., ,\ -
:' worked out. t lis the ,hope of the
\ committee to formulate a program : i TOCK LIMITED.. .
I which will serve as the foundation I ,
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! structure for agricultural promotion i U _'" ..,. .:... ....,.':. .. .'. '!..... .... .". .,. ..' J, .. .::;: ... .. ;' ,.: ..:: ,J' '''; ..... .". .

a'j I. along constructive lines" i EVERGLADES FUNERAL HOME ._ .... .,. '.. t. .. ... __ .' .:' : .. _" \' ;,...

Phone 339 The Clewiston News. ',.'
1I Funeral DirectorsAMBULANCE
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,.1 i ? Buy YOUR ICE FROM THl W&Gpfi.OR CLEWISTON BUILDING ,MATERIAL COMPANYmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmfimmmmmmmmmmumasamaaamilt. s se

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r.\';E. .''OUR. -----_.. .CLEWISTON: NEWS, CLEWISTON. .. :.. FLORIDA. ;; _. ______ FRIDAY, MAY 2, 1930
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t tI I ic; E. J. Mann, superintendent of Beach Wednesday:; night where Mr.J I day night guests at the home of 'Mr.

: 2'----/-O motive power; Robert Taylor of Ames attended a dinner of the Palm I nnd Mrs. E. L. Stewart.Dr. .

I Lakeland, L. E. CovIn, trainmaster Beach council of the American Society 0) -

=-= ; ; jf == and C. I. Allen, commercial agent of : of Civil Engineers.Mr. W. J. Buck of Belle Glade

Lake Wales. spent day in Clewiston on business.

and Mrs. Gus McGhee spent
Jr.. Phone 369 Mrs. F. M. Wright, Phone 384
Mrs. L. A. Morgan,
Mrs. Cleo A. Houze, Phone 353 Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Nowling and Sunday afternoon in La Belle with Mr. and Mrs. Carl F;. Dahlberg of _

Mr. and Mrs. G.-Small were in Palm Mrs.\ McGhee's sister, Mrs. Connell. New Orleans arrived in Clewiston
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CLUB HOLDS VISITORS HONOREDAT Beach Sunday. Monday to spend a few days with
SOCIAL .LS. I '
\ ANNUAL LUNCHEON 'l..priR.s. i BRIDGE PARTYIN F. B. Langley superintendent of Mrs. Cleo Houze. -

I AT CLEWISTON INN "" .11,1',II,"'."",",'1.",,..11,I'." ." ..1.'....,'.," ","" "'",.,.,;", WA.TANABE"HOTEL. Mrs. Wall underwent ..an operation transportation for the Atlantic CoastLine .
T. F. Kearns returned to Chicago I at the hospital of Dr. J. C. Nowling I railroad. accompanied by C. C. Mr. and Mrs.\ Francis M. Wright

Clewiston Social Mrs. Claude Downs entertained the I Friday morning. Her condition is im Blanc of Lakeland were in Clewistonlate motored to Palm Beach on Tuesday. .
Members of the after a few days- spent in Clewis ton. I
annual luncheon .at bridge club in honor of Mrs. Walker proving. l Tuesday.F. .
Club held their I
Stansell and Mrs. T. H. Jackson, at I Mrs. William T.
the Clewiston Inn Thursday. The annual Mrs W. C. Hooker, Mrs F. R. Marfleld and Mrs.
. luncheon, which usually marks Maxwell, and hiss Boncilc Stone motored the Watanabe Hotel. The living room Mrs. G. V. Hudson and daughter H. Moreland attended a meeting Carl F. Dahlberg spent Tuesday in

the winter social was beautifully decorated in roses I Carolyn Jane, spent the week end In of the Masonic Lodge in Lake .Worth Palm Beach.
the official close of to West Palm Beach on Sat- '
Sebring with relatives, Mr. Hudson .
this and carnations. Members presentwere Tuesday.
advanced year
here, was
since season it was believed that Mrs. Will urday. Mesdames J. E. Beardsley, H. driving there for his family Sunday. I I Captain F. Deane Duff spent Tuesday -

lam G.. Ames would leave for her Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bestor spent A. Bestor, Dick C. Miller, T. V. Watson Mr. and Mrs. Leydig left Tuesdayfor i in Lake Worth on business, returning

summer home in New York before Sunday with Miss Edna Dyer and C. A., Jackson and Claud Downs. Malcom Knapp and Miss Frances their summer home in Glencoe, I on Wednesday. Wednesday

the regular annual luncheon date. mother of* La Belle. Guests were Mesdames Walker Stan- Munroe spent Sunday in Sebring. Pa. night he left for Jacksonville on company

Two more:meetings will be held before sell, II, T. H. Jackson, F. Deane -- matters.

4 the opening of the summer sea- P. G. Bishop returned from New Duff, ''w: C. Hanson, Wilbur Cole, Bob Turner is spending a few Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Baker and Mr.

it said. Wm. Cecil Owen. Fred Puryear and days with his 'parents in Sebring. and Mrs. L. N. Smith motored _to Mrs. S. Deane Duff spent Wednesday -
son, was York on Sunday.Mr. .
Followng' the delghtful luncheon, John Mowry. Delightful refreshmentsof I La' Belle Tuesday.Mrs. in Palm Beach with her parents
Miss Elizabeth King is '
cards were enjoyed and Mrs. FrankM. and Mrs. Stafford Beach of chicken salad, hot rolls and coffee convales I Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Bryant.
cing in the hospital in Arcadia following -
Wrght'.won' first prize in bridge West Palm Beach spent the weekend were served. Mrs. J. E. Beards- Dupuis left Friday for : Jacksonville -

with Mrs. Dave Alston winning the with Captain and Mrs. F. Deane ley won high score, Mrs. W. C. Han- an operation for appendicitis.Ray after visiting her daughter,

cut prize. Mrs. M. W. Bigg won firstprlz.o Duff. Mrs. Stafford was formerly son second and Mrs. Wilbur Cole, Mrs. Jones, who accompanied her to SUBSCRIBE FOR THE
Hendry of La Belle was In
the consolation. the city for the week end,
at Newmarket. sister of Mrs
Miss Kathryn Bryant a
Clewiston Tuesday.
Miss CLEWISTON NEWS ..
Among those present were Duff. '

Marian Leydig, Mesdames Carl Ber-: ,MRS. M. C. STOREY The baby son of Mr. and Mrs. C. PHONE 339
: Tatom, ENTERTANS FOR Mr. and Mrs. York Briddell. and W. McDonald is seriously ill. "
F. L
ner, Dave Alston, J'I On account of the May Day ex-
Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Craig, all of St ,
K. Mowry, H. A. Bestor, Frank ercises at the school on Thursdaythe SON AND FRIENDS -
Petersburg were guests of Mr. and
Hurd L. Reeves, tax .
county .assess -
Wright, M.. W. Bigg, Franc Howard, Ladies Aid was postponed until
Mrs H. R. Hall in Clewiston last
P. A. Poche, F. Maxwell, J. F. Tip today at 3 o'clock at the church. Mrs. N. C. Storey entertained, ,honoring Friday. r was a business visitor in Clewiston DR. J. C. NOWLING

pe).. W C Hooker, E. C Merchant, her son, Norman, and his Wednesday. '

R. Y. Patterson, E. L. Stewart, ,F. M. W. Bigg drove to West Palm guests from the University of Florida! Hopkins Building.
Mr. and Mrs. ,E. O. Collins and ,
I CLCWISTON, FLORIDA
H. Moreland, W. G Ames, Walker Beach Sunday where he met Roy Friday night. Dancing was enjoyedand daughter, Hortense, of Moore Haven Mr. and Mrs.: W. C. Hooker and

Stansell II, 'J G. Allhands, L. A. Mor- Goddard and George Kable of Chicago. delightful refreshments'consist Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Smith were Satur-, .
were guests of and Mrs. Carl
gan, W. S. Harvel, J. R. Alston and ing of punch and cake were served. Berner 'Sunday.Mrs. .

Dick C. 'Miller.DAHLBERGS. Present were Miss Louise Waldron,

Miss Ola Petteway spent the week Miss Jewel Lowe. Miss Gladys Nowl- Martha S. Ludekens of West i I

end at her 'home in Lakeland. ing, Miss Frances Munroe, Miss Roberta '
HONORED Palm Beach visited her soninlawand
George, Miss Dorothy Deam, f
AT BUFFET DINNER daughter, Mr. and Mrs G. B. AN INCREASING NUMBER OF LOCAL PEOPLE -I
Reier Wal-
IN ,HOUZE RESIDENCEMrs. Tom and Emmet Shelley and J. Miss Mabel Walton, Gene Rackstraw last week.

A. Plunkett accompanied by Miss ter Sansbury, Tom Hussey, Nelson "ARE FINDING IT AN ECONOMY BOTH -'

Cleo A. Houze was a charm Evelyn Kelly and Miss '''Bee Marsh- Takahassee, Selden Stewart and : Mr. and Mrs J. E. Davis and son,
Bill Stewart. IN MONEY AND ENERGY, TO ENJOY THE
ing_ hostess, Tuesday evening at Vil all' motored to Palm Beach .Sunday I Winfree, of West Palm Beach were

la Delmar, 'at a buffet dinner honor- where they played a round of golf dinner guests of :Mr. and Mrs._ G. B. EXCELLENT CUISINE AT THE CLEWISTON .

ing Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Dahlberg, of and attended a show. ROY GODDARD HOST Rackstraw.F. INN. I

New Orleans.: Small tables were

placed in the spacious drawing room, Claude Downs motored to West Roy Goddard, of Chicago enter- Pruitt and Miss Elta Whatleywere '- I

each centered with a vase of wild Palm Beach Sunda)". tained at dinner at the Clewiston in La Belle Tuesday afternoon. ;

flowers. Those, seated at the tables Inn Sunday' evening. The guests' were THE CLEWISTON INN I

Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hanson and son,
Mr. McMillan and Mr. and Mrs. ,
were Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Dahlberg, Mr. and Mrs. Musgrave and Mr.
West Willie, and Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Poche "In The Center of America's New Sugar ,J3on"
Mr. and Mrs. P. G. Bishop, Mr and Barker and children' re in and Mrs. Pace spent! Sunday in West

Mrs. William Ames, Mr. and Mrs. R. Palm Beach Sunday.E. Palm Beach. CLEW ISTON FLORIDA

Patterson Mr. and Mrs. P. Alex
Y. ,
week end with his parents, Mr. and
Poche. Mr and Mrs. W. C. Hanson, E. Kelley and Leland Crews Mr. and. Mrs. W. G. Ames and
Mrs. N. C. Storey. :Accompanyinghim
Mrs. Walker Stansell II, Roy God- spent Sunday in West Palm Beach. were Walter Sansbury, Tom Mrs. Stansell were in West Palm

dard of Chicago Mr. Gibson and C. -- .
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Hussey, 'Nelson Takahassee, Selden
S. Ramsay. ; Mr. and Mrs. C. 'W. McDonald and 5JJJSJJ r JL lI@l : J II lJ I&J J@I
Stewart, Bill Stewart and ,Miss Ma L J; f@lJnlJ
After the dinner, an informal dancing I children suent the week'end in Day- bel Walton. l I 2 : rnipi 1

party was enjoyed until a late tona. '

hour Mrs. E. L. Stewart and Mrs. Tom I 3I 3Io r r@jI
Mrs. W. C. Hooker, Mrs. Maxwelland 6a \\I
Smith motored to West Palm Beach '
Miss Boncile Stone spent Saturday
WORKERS Friday. o IIL
WILLING
in West Palm Beach on a shop- I 4
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SPONSOR PARTYThe ping tour. e '
I Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Johnson and '
0 7\
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Willing Workers Sunday Mrs. J. F. Tippey motored to Palm
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Harben and
I i o P
school class of the Clewiston ,Community Beach Saturday toa show. 0 e .
]j son of Moore Haven spent Sunday o

church gave a 'surprIse par '' afternoon, with Miss L. M. Overallin 1'2W' o o o o 'I

tyfor Mr. .Leydig who left for hiss, Clewiston.Mrs. Mrs. Best and daughter, Mozelle, [.I //\o
left Saturday for their home in Bald- o
summer home in Glencoe, Pa. Guests : o oo. I

included. Dr. and Mrs.\ W. 'T. Bailey, I Claude Downs and Mrs. FredB. win, Fla., after isiting= Mrs. J. K. I-.* vt (JJ// o : :' I

Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Beach, Mr. and I Puryear spent Saturday in West Baker.Dr. ( v .

Mrs. William G. Ames, W. W. Pres-, Palm Beach. N
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ton, Mrs Lamer, Mrs F. H. Moreland J. W. Ezelle, A. W. Sias, Miss J 1 l o

Gladys. Nowling and Miss Jamye r! I
and Mrs. E. C. Merchant. Mrs. Fannie Blate and Mr. and II
Williams attended the ball game at
Mrs., "'William Fleete of Live Oak

WEINER ROAST HELD spent a few days visiting Mrs. Shawano plantation Sunday.Mr. I- r r !
]
Blate's sons, Victor and Herbert of
Miss Elta 'Whatley entertained at Clewiston. and Mrs. N: C. Storey spent I
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Beach.Dr.
Friday in West Palm
a weiner roast on the lake front Saturday -

night honoring her guests Miss Victor and Herbert Blate motoredto m
J. W. Ezelle A. W. Sias Miss A
,
Watson Miss Pore Indian-
and of Tampa Sunday where they attended I "
Jamye Williams and Miss Bladys 1i : :
,
town. Those present included Miss '.
services in memory of their ; < .' I Ir'il
Watson, Miss Pore, Miss Ola Pette- father who died a year ago. Nowling enjoyed a picnic on the lake :" : I" ':' ; '. ', :,' .-. ; ;.;." I:!
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way, Miss Mary Skeldon, Miss Jamye : [ "
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Y\M'' .
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Mr. and Mrs. W., P. Vaughn, Sr., \, i' '
McArthur Charles Pruitt '
Gurry, F. spent Sunday in Palm Beach. i
Dick Gillespie, Mr Nowles and Troy Miss Gladys Nowling and Mrs. W. I ,

P. Vaughn, Jr., motored to Miami
Puryear. Mrs. Louis Weatherington of Moore (?

Haven spent Saturday in Clewiston Tuesday. 1 [ ,

MRS. ALSTON ENTERTAINSMrs. with her husband. 1
Julius Alston and E. C. Merchantwere 00 Sl3IRT' |
1
$1 !
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in Lake Worth Monday and
.
J. R. Alston entertained at C. V. Parkinson of Clewiston was

one table of bridge Tuesday night. Tuesday completing their degree '
u member of a party which enjoyeda ,

Present were Mrs. J. R. Alston,-Mrs. picnic at Palm Beach Sunday. work in Masonry. 1ii : ( II

W. S. Harvel. Mrs. E C Merchant and Others present were Miss Bertha ..-
c.,
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Harvel spent | ., f@j]
Mrs Louis A. Morgan. iial ..' I' '
Mr. and
Gram, Mrs. Kit Bowden, .. ;''.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Flanders, Miss Monday in West Palm Beach. : :- ,,; .. i .
SERMON TOPIC '' ; ;';. G Strong >: -; ,, ;:: F@
Ann Gram, Jimmy Couse 'and Jimmy 0111 g :: .
Other railroad officials who visited ...ti' :'. .,...,,....".'" ti in
Holiday. :; ; '
."Christianity Fountain" will be I Clewiston during the past week I 'J 7- ,- ; :-:,.; ;

the topic for the morning sermon by Miss Watson and Miss Pore of In- were S. D. Kennedy,. master mechan- [ @:m!

Rev. W. T. Bailey in the community diantown spent the week end In 1 r-i

church Sunday at eleven o'clock. At Clewiston as guests of Miss Elta
the evening services which start at Whatley. l b4+ h i f OVER 400 SOLD IN TWO DAYS "I I If

eight o'clock the sermon topic will M1
f I l 11
be "A Great Gulf." Miss Frances Tippey and Miss 1

Elsie Hare spent the week end In

DUFFS ENTERTAINCapt Fort Myers as the guests of Virginiaand fiTlEAR) TS9

Janet Firch. Mrs. J. F. Tippey
and Mrs. F. Deane Duff entertained drove the girls. Electric Paste LLz,

Mr. and Mrs.. P. G. Bishop Rl
Easily Kills
and Mr and Mrs. Stafford Beach at Mrs C. A. Jackson and son, Chas.,
Sunday evening dinner at the Clew RalsMIee. Cockroaches,
accompanied by her parents, Mr. :

Iston Satul'daY'night inn. ,. Captain and Mrs. i and for Mrs.South T. H.Bend Jackson Ind., left Saturday After aterbugs eating it thoy, Etc.run for THE ONE DOLLAR SHIRT STORE i

Duff entertained at dinner. The water and fresh air to die out- Dlfj .
side. Used by housekeepers: L Clothier \\SJ
guests Opposite Post Office Hudson the
were Mr. and Mrs. Stafford Dr. II. G. McArthur and Charles !
for 50 rid of these '
to '
yeais get ED
Beach of West Palm i "e ,. '
Beach, Mrs. P. Curry also attended the
game. greatest: !known food destroyers I
G. Bishop and Mrs. W. C. Hanson. and disease carriers/. *
I ;1
Norman Storey, student at the 2 Oz. Size 35c 15 Oz. Size $1.25 '
Subscribe.'For The Ne'rYs. .
Clewiston University of Florida, spent the MONEY BACK IF IT FAILS J@U@1If1m
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PAGE SIX CLEWIS TON NEWS. CLEWISTON. FLORIDA FRIDAY, MAY 2, 1930

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SUPERVISION l BY COAST LINE TO SPEND $2,000,000IN 400 ADVERTISERS RESTRICTED. -

WASHINGTON. the year that To the Voters of Hendry County:
STATE BELIEVED IMPROVEMENT'WORK THIS YEAR the federal trade commission has

been .policing advertising, It has In. I am a candidate for Representative of
-
AVIATION NEEDr stituted proceedings for misstate Hendry County in the June Primary. Your
Two million dollars Is to be expended Orlando and between Tampa and ments against 400 advertisers and it .

_____ by the Atlantic Coast Line I:' Jacksonville via Nowberry; between Is estimated today that It had saved vote and influence will be appreciated. .

I' Thomasvlllo and Dunnellon, between the public more than
t >i< o n Of Flying railroad in Florida during the cur ; 50000000.
Haines City and Clewiston and else.
Commission Needed rent year for improvements. where. E. L STEWARTANNOUNCEMENT

Says ''Director. Practically every dollar of this Automatic signals will be extended SUBSCRIBE FOR ..
.
will for labor and materialThe THE CLEWISTON NEWS
amount go between Yukon and Winter Park --
work will be carried on undera PHONE 339 .
which will the installation
Necessity for a state aviation com complete
mission in Florida is becoming more general program mapped out : of signals between Jacksonville and

apparent dally and persons interested I some time ago by the company, and Orlando. LEGAL NOTICEIN
of it already has been started.
some
of flying should Will Beautify Right-of-Way.
in development THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
make efforts to obtain sue ha com Listed among the various projectsis Meanwhile, the Coast Line will con TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF

mission at the earliest possible moment the relaying of 125 miles of track tinue its policy of beautifying its FLORIDA, IN AND FOR HENDRY Your support and assistance at the June

A. H. Heermance, municipal' with new 100-pound rail between right of-way, its station premise, and COUNTY, IN CHANCERY. Primary will be
said yesterday. Palatka and Sanford, Thonotosassa other the improvement of FORECLOSURE OF MORTGAGE appreciated.
aviation director, I I I property, James W. Scott and Flora A. Scott
The duties of the commission I. and '''Dunnellon, and Bradenton and II I which has called forth special commendation his wife, Complainants.
E. E. KELLY
:would be regulate; flying in Flor Sarasota. I from organizations seek vo. ,
reliable informa Will Lay Heavy Rail. S. L. Lang and Alma Lang, his wifeT.
ida, to disseminate ing to enhance the general appear-
L. Land and Lillie Land, his wife, Candidate for County Commissioner
tion as to the airport facilities of the Branch lines will be relaid with ance of highways, railroads and cit- Robert Taggart, Jessie Taggart, his

state, to settle legal questions con heavier rail between Lake Placid ies. wife, Defendants. District No.1ANNOUNCEMENT I

cerning flying activities and to promote and Harirsbdrg, Punta Gorda and While there has been no published ORDER OF PUBLICATION .

development of the industry. Acline and Fort Mason and Altoona, announcement by the Coast Line, the It appearing by the sworn Bill of
Complaint filed in the above named
"Miami f r'a long time has had I making it possible for freight and expenditures are known to be ,in line cause and fro mthe affidavit field

the greatest aviation activity in FlorIda passenger trains to move on faster with its general policy and its belief therein: that the places of residenceand

and has borne' almost alone the schedules and with greater safety. in the future development of the addresses of the defendants, T.
burden of attracting fliers from the of L. Land and Lillie Land, his wife, Is
Two hundred thousand :yards state and the territory it serves overa "
No. 2925 Council Avenue, Hamtra-
rest of the country within our bore stone ballast and 100,000 tons of wide area, Also,. it has in mind the mek, a suburb of Detroit, Michigan,
ders," Mr.\ Heermance said. "On the : slag ballast from Hernando county constant need of keeping its propertyin and therefore beyond the State of To the voters of the Twelfth Judicial Circuitof

air tour of. the state following Mi- I will be used for important main line the best physical condition so it Florida and It further appearing by Florida: '
nmi's last All-Amerlcan Air Meet the I said Bill and affidavit that the joint
and branch line ballasting. Includedin can continue to provide safe and sat-
necessity for complete information I is be and or respective residences of Rob I hereby announce candidacy for the Office of State's
this program the main line isfactory freight' and passenger ser ert Taggart and Jessie Taggart is un- my Attorney.If .
about airports in Florida became ap, -1 tween Tampa and Jacksonville,. via vice. !\ known and :that- It is not known I am honored with this important trust by the people I promise *

arent. whether they or either of them be faithful discharge of my duty:and a fair and Impartial enforcement. of )
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"Those making the tour actually!I I residents of the State of Florida andIt ALL of the Criminal. Laws without fear or favor. ,
'ENTYMOLOGIST FINDS SAME BUG further appearing that there Is no
did not know: from one day to the Respectfully.
person: known to the complainants in
next just what 'airport'facilities they, the: State of Florida service of a subpoena -
;would find In the next town. ;We : ATTACKS SEVERAL CROP SPECIES upon whom would bind the ROY D. STUBBS.

found that many towns credited with I tour defendants above named or

having proper airport facilities did I I i elthmer of them;
I And it further appearing by said .
not have them, and that others were GAINESVILLE, Fla.-The insect on the silks for twor or three days, bUr and affidavit that the said de'endants -
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supposed to ,be backward In foster I commonly called the corn bud worm, but will then work their way Into are each more than twentyone -

ing aviation had very good ones. The,!! corn; ear worm. tomato fruit worm, the ear. completing development in years of age.
ORDERED,
IT IS THEREFORE
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compilation of accurate information and cotton boll worm is all one and the kernels. When the corn become That said defendants, T. L. Land and

tebout airport'facilities is a real need I i the same thing, J. R. Watson, onto- hard the worm is not out-done. It Lillle Land, his wife, Robert Tag To the Voters of the Twelfth Judicial District ];

for the benefit of aviators'who come II mologist with the Florida Experiment will mine its way Into the cotton boll gart and Jessie Taggart, his wife, I
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here from other. parts of the country..I Station, recently said in a radio and is then called the cotton boll and each of them be and they are I I i,
to answerto
"Travel by airplane has given rise address over WRUF. There may worm. hereby the Bill required of Complaint to appear filed herein : I am a candidate to succeed myself as STATE ATTORNEY r:

to. such problems because it has be six or eight generations a year in When the worm Is feeding on small for the foreclosure of mortgage upon : of this circuit. I have performed the duties of this office fairly and, ;

brought; communities: so much closer Florida, he explained. At this time tomatoes; itJs'-easily poisoned by the lands and- premises therein impartially during the term I I have held it. and if elected to ,a second i

together. The flier from the outside of the year the insect Is feeding spraying or >dusting with ;lead arse- named Lot ,24 to-wit in Block: i56 of Clewiston, : term! shall give the same honest and conscientious service toward the i!

no 'longer merely comes to Miami. largely as a cut-worm, nipping ,off .ate.. One pound of lead arsenate may Florida, and that such appearance be : enforcement of all laws and to all other duties that may devolve upon !

He comes to Florida. It is only a the tender sprouts of corn, peanuts, bo added to 50 gallons of the com and the same .is hereby required 'to I ._me as State Attorney. ;;

few hours' flight from here to Jacksonville -I, tomatoes, etc. Where the tomatoes mon Bordeaux spray. Later on an Im- be made on or before the 12th day of I II t,

Orlando, Tampa or other' are. producing fruit it may be mining portant control measure is to pickup Clerk May, A.of D.the, 1930 Circuit, at the Court office in of the the : GUY M. STRAYHORN. :

Florida cities, ,and the visitor usually into the fruit as ,the tomato fruit and destroy all wqrmy tomatoes.He Court House In La Belle, Florida,

goes to several cities while in the worm. It may feed on the outside of further advised planting corn otherwise the allegations in said Bill ;s

state. I small tomatoes and garden peas, but as a trap crop In tomato and cotton of Complaint will be taken as confessed ,

"Miami, in its capacity as the out much prefers to get its food from fields as a measure of protectionsince by the 4 each defendants of them.last above .. = -= -= = .:. = = = :: : : : : : : : = = : : = = = = = -:- -:- : -:- : /
named and by
standing Florida drawing{ card for the inside. the insect prefers corn to other IT IS FCRTHER ORDERED That _

aviators, has ;benefited many other The next generation will emerge host plants. The corn, if used, shouldbe this order of publication be publishedonce .
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cities of the state. Our All-AmerIcan about the time the corn is knee planted so'that it will come into each week for four consecutive circulation :' ;,- 'il"

Air meets have advertised the state high, he continued. Most of these silk about the time the first tomato weeks In in a newspaper Hendry County of; general, Florida,

and have brought; visitors to. many worms will nestle down into the corn fruits or cotton bolls are formed. and that,four weeks publication thereof E. M. MAGAHAFor

other cities. A contest of such magnitude buds'' and there feed as the budworm As a corn bud worm the insect maybe be made prior to the return day -

as these?and the air tours which ; I killed by dusting with lead, arsenate above WITNESS named. hand and official State's Attorney ., .: .; .i)

follow the meets, should be regulatedby The third generation, he said, will one pound to 10 pounds of hydrated seal this 11th my day of April. A. D., 1930 TO THE VOTERS OF THE 12TH JUDICIAL
a state commission and all cities issue about the time corn silks begin or air-slaked lime. Killing (Circuit Court Seal)
CIRCUIT, STATE OF FLORIDA:
benefiting sliould be urged throughthe tq form. :The caterpillars will feed these bud worms will save much William T. Hull
Clerk of the Circuit Court in and for
commission to bear part of the I I I corn, as well as diminish the next Hendry County Florida. I hereby announce my candidacy for the office of State's At-

expense incurred. I generation. As a corn ear worm poi I HEREBY CERTIFY that the torney in and for the 12th,Judicial Circuit of the State of,, Florida
"The aviation committee of the Everett Hotel building. soning Is hardly practical, he continued above and foregoing is a true and to be voted for in the coming June primary. I solicit and
Florida State Chamber of Commerce During the business meeting the correct copy of the order of publication -
but keeping poison on the will appreciate the support and suffrage cf all voters for said
made by me and on file In my
beautification committee read
already has done something along heir silks may pay with sweet corn. Selecting office.. office and if elected promise to give the best service possible.
decision which had been made Monday -
this line discussing plans for haying
by varieties with husks extend- (Circuit Court Seal) .
other cities contribute substantially -I night regarding what beautifIca- William T. Hull E M. MAGAHA.
of the ear and
ing beyond the tip
toward, prizes to be given vis I tion work should be done during the Clerk Circuit Court Hendry County,
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summer months. those- that grow fast- were Fla. :. t .__ ___ ... ___ .._ /'
iting fliers who come to the state I 4T
next year for the All-American Air I Twenty-two new slogans were in-

meet. If each town offers substantialcash troduced and. it was decided that
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awards' for contests, fliers from Mrs. Cravely's slogan was the best, -

distant areas will be doubly anxiousto whereupon she was given the prize,

visit 'the state." a cake.

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The Womens, community club had LOVES T hlESNEEN : IT IS SAVING NOT GETTING THAT
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attendance
a large at their benefit WN/TEL/NEN- :
By George Loveland Pettee Q?SNOW ,
motion picture show Tuesday night. r WHEN LAUNDERED BY

Stop signs have been put at the i IS THE MOTHER OF RICHES
Tax:, Collector James L. Taylor mo ,
street intersections and La Belle motorists THE CLEWISTONLAUNDRY ,

have been warned to stop at tored to Clewiston Tuesday.Mr. CO. .-, ,' ,.... ..... '-. --
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these crossings or accept a fine from
the Reckler of West Palm Beach the cheerful == ..,.. .....- ..:..-J::',. I == _
City Police Officer. Also under You'll be proud of .. f "t ', _' ,
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James L> Taylor motored Cres Snow-Whie-laundered linens will lend ; ; : \
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apply to every motorists except the cent BeachVdenesday.. to your table. Your clothes and linens .'

City officials, we are told. Motorists are guaranteed to look. better and 1 = I.'. .. ,;;. ( =

from neighboring cities are warnedto ROOM FOR RENT In Civic Center. last longer if sent here regularly. :: ,r. : INTEREST BEARING ACCOUNTS MAY BE ':t: f.
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follow these new regulations whenIn ,
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the city or pay a fine.J. CLEWISTON :

... LOST LAUNDRY inc. =-= :: : ASSOCIATION WITH PAYMENTS ':' }f- ;-;

from. W.Plymouth Christie, Massachusetts and sister ,arrived where Canvas truck cover, 8x6. Please EL PASO AVE.&: SAN BOHITA ST. == ; ",\' AS LOW AS 50 CENTS A. WEEK. _'. 4 ==
return to Fruit Man from == ( '. r -5
La Belle.
Mr. Christie has been for several Reward. CLEWISTON f \ FLORJDA = .'. '. ;.. i =
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Mr. and Mrs.-G. W. Pettee and .- ;;: :; ,-> j : : ; j;
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end guests In Tampa, leaving LaBelle To the Voters of the 24th Senatorial District: =

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the office of State Senator from the 24th District. -= I -=

Dr. Barnett of the Methodist Orphanage !. I have served four terms In the Senate and two terms in the ==
THE CLEWISTON HOME BUILDING ASSN-
'was the visiting Pastor at House My friends have been kind enough to say that I have served I =

the La Belle Methodist church Sun- faithfully. I am a member of the Committee on Roads and High

day. ways, Judiciary A. and Rules; these are the most important com

mittees for this district.I .

*E :E. Edwards motored to Tampa' <. will appreciate the vote and support of _the people In-the, Democratic .

Wednesday.The Primary in June. Florid!


}/ La Belle womens communityclub WM. H. MALONE

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PAGE EIGHT CLEf VIS TON NEWS CLEWISTON, FLORIDA -. 'FRIDAY. MAY 2; 1930

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mend .has been going forward rapid Palm Beach, where thoy will be located ing and practically all of tho land MAY EXERCISES ONSCHOOL greeted the Dawn.

I SHAWANO NEWS I lYe At its completion it can safely be ,for a few weeks '''before going on which cano is growing has been LAWN Fair weather came, bringing, '!with!

said that Shawano diamond is tho North to spend the summer in Cor- treated with copper sulphate. Muchof
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Little Whlto Clouds.. Butterflies!
BY MARY iLOU GORDON best in the Glades.A lath N. Y this cano will yield from 30 to (Continued from Page 1) Visited the flowers and Noon arrived.,

wonderful phenomenon has ro- 40 'tons per acre. Winds
whispered to the Flowers telhing
Last Sunday, Ahrens and Sons poatedly. observed hero recently tho The planting of the peanut crop Is Beans-In the test with beans the school was another feature of the them of the approach of tho

baseballers Invaded the Shawano early morning hours. Belle Glade, the steadily going forward and prospectsfor *' afternoon.
soil ', treatment Involved the four 0 Storm Clouds and Rain, enemies oC
camp to scratch out a 64 victory In Experiment Station and other pointscan this season indicate a ,bumpor chemicals, and One of the most colorful bits of Fair Weather and the Little While

the opening game oC the Palm Beach plainly be seen when the ,nightly crop. copper manganeso the; entertainment :eras the oporetta Clouds. The latter are dispersed but

County League, against last year's I vapors disappear on tho horizon, sulphates, sulphate of potash, and su "In A Flower Garden" wliich was return later with Rainbow Tints.

Everglales League pennant, holders. forming a_fine background, and the Mr. and Mrs. Louis Morgan of perphosphate. The yields on the untreated directed by Mrs. B. A. Bourno.It There followed Sunset and Dusk art

Shawano began the scoring In the just risingj- sun illuminates tho objects Clewiston were Shawano's visitors or check plots varied from represented one day In the life the Flowers are lulled to peaceful

last half of the first, when Bell, after brightly from the oast The ho. Sunday afternoon. of the flowers of the garden. .They
nothing to 13 hampers per acre. The sleep by the fireflies.
a clean duble, was scored on two rizon: seems to rise somewhat, as It were awakened by the bird voices The afternoon
plot receiving all four of the com- ceremonies were'terminated
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pretty: sacrifices by Ray and Lou were. It is not a mirage, because C. H. Ellis of West Palm Beach and playing with the Sunbeams, with a Maypole

Vanlandingham. Collins started ,on the objects are not inverted. The spont Friday at tho plantation.Mr. pounds Indicated varied from 149 to dance.

tho mound for Shawano but had a absence of weeds at this time of tho 190 hampers per acre. The beans har- ih .

bad second inning, allowing the visi- year aids the visibility. The view and Mrs. A. G. Kay of Palm vested were of fancy quality, gradingas .

tors two hits and three passes, which lasts about half an hour and fades Beach were Interested 'visitors at fancy stock.

with a couple of errors, cost the slowly away. Shawano Friday afternoon and even Peanuts-Peanut yields upon saw --
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home team five runs. Jones replaced ing. grass peat lands treated with chemicals .- : :: ::

Collins and finished the game, givingup vary from 1,500 to 1,800 pounds
Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Brown have re
four more hits but only one tal- Every week sees Its full quoto of |of nuts per acre. Those on untreated
turned to their home In Berlin, N. '
ly which came In the fifth when Mur- celery shipments. The crop la still lands produce ,nothing and vInes die
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rey walked and was scored on Hen- holding out and many more ship before much growth Is made. The response '

derson's double. wano. ments are still scheduled, and ship. of this plant to treatment of MAKE YOUR SELF AT HOME

With the score 5-1 against them, ping :will continue until the end of the soil with copper and zinc saltsis
Mr. Kris Bemis has returned to
Shawano came back In the last of May. shown In Dr. Allison's report;
the plantation after a three weeks
the fourth to make three more 'runs, I -
trip to New York Portland, Me. When copper is used alon on pea-
and A FEW CHOICE
Hoffman ROOMS
but failed to'-score further after nuts a fair yield is secured with late

mound replaced for the visitors.Burmaster on the The new bungalows which havo I I THE EVERGLADESEditor's I maturity and a smaller percentage of ARE NOW AVAILABLE.

been under construction for the past sound nuts. When zinc is used alone .
This the first of good '
was many -
and there seems to be no effect and the -,
two mouths are now completed Note: This Is the fourthof '
games to be played by the League Is practical failure ,- ,, -, .
but when
seven of them are already occupied. a series of articles on the agri crop a '
this and followers looking
season are
the two used in combination the
possibilities are
cultural the '
of Everglades
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forward to mighty fasb
baseball. some Shawano's dragline is now at work by Dr. E. R. Lloyd, chairmanof yield is increased, the plants mature

dredging rock from the canal, which the committee of agriculturistswho. earlier, and there is a much larger '
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Teams In the league are Ahrens ;* .HOMEUKE
knd will be used In the near future to at the request of the federal percentage of sound nuts. {:-:: SURROUNDINGS
Son, Lytel-MIzell, Seminole Ath .
letic Club, Gentry Bros, Shawano, resurface the road between the plan government, made a thorough sur Corn-Corn shows the same response ;>f : : 4>

Lake Worth, Delroy and Canal Point. tation and the main highway. vey of the Everglades. The reportof to copper sulphate as do other "', -

Dr. Lloyd was made to Colonel crops. Its application means tho
The next games is scheduled for TRY OUR
Thursdya ,May 1, when Shawauo Shawano's first annual tennis Mark Brooke. division engineer of difference between failure and a yieldof SUNDAY DINNERS .

plays the Seminole A. C. at Wright tournament Is well under way, providing the U. S. War department at New. from 40 to 60 bushels per acre.

,' deal Interest and The favorable action ,
Field, West Palm Beach. a great of prleans. : of copper may -

excitement for the gallery. To date be seen from three to five years. The .. i

Ross Robertson of the eRsearch De- The following brief references to residual effect Is also plainly shownIn '

The opening of the new commissary partment Is top man. tho 'results that have been obtained Dr. Allison.s report. CLEWISTON'S POPULAR HOTEL : I

and drug store has been a great I .
with two or three of the most Important Soil treatment and cost of chemicals -
convenience to the residents of Sha Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Lord enter.
crops will serve to Indicate the -The addition of the above men- .,
wano, The commissary, which In #
tained at an informal supper Sunday prolific character of their develop tioned chemical amendments to the I
cludes a grocery store, clothing department night for several out of friends, ,
town the
ment upon saw grass land when saw grass Everglades soil to correct
and a meat market, Is .
------- given proper treatment and attention. toxicity and to thus permit theuse THE WATANABE HOTEL
modern in
respect. In
every connec
,1\ rs. M. L. Alspaugh and Bobby Sugarcane-One of the principal, responses of latent fertility has a significant
tion with this Is first class barbershop
a
and Mrs. J. R. Manes and Jimmy of sugar cane to treatmentof economic value in that the' compounds ,
and a very well equipped clinic spent Thursday In West Palm BeachW MRS. CLAUDE DOWNS, Manager. <;
the saw grass land Is shown where as show by the records of
and first aid room. The drug store in
copper sulphate was used alone. The the Brown Company maintain almost
the same building, which is run by, .
C: Lord and Dr. Wm. J. Buck work was duplicated in cooperationwith their full potency ,
K. C. Alston as long as"the ,
of Belle Glade, is well ,'r
left Monday for a two days visit to the Southern Sugar Company on fourth year from application
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stocked and complete and has already -- :: :: = =. = :: :: .
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their holdings at Canal Point and even when two or three crops peryeaxs
proved both popular and successful.The .
Clewiston, with the same';> results. : have been taken off the land.

and Mrs. E. A. Balcom, Jr., The Southern Sugar company now j (
work on the base ball dia left Shawana Saturday for West has (To be continued.)
11,000 acres of sugarcane grow- -"''''''''-.- .... .,...I'"L .;.__ '"'

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