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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 23, 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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, SUGARLAND ROAD Duff Is Named State Air On Board HAZLEWOOD HELD'[TALKS FEATURE Absent Vote Voters In Primaries May I TERMINATION OF &! ;'j


'11 FOR GRAND JURYIN FINAL MEETING *

WOBK CONTRACT Recognition alr-mlnde'd of Clewiston as one I Voters planning- to 'kayo bn summer GRINDING SEASON i I
communities -
of the
I more Vacations before the .June primaries <
I ( of the state was seen this MURDER CASE JOF LOCAL P. T. A.
I TO BE may still cast their vote for
; JWARDED week when, officials of! the state l, state and county offices by turn- SET FOR MONDAY
chamber of commerce named Captain :" ,.. Ing In their ballots,

J F. Deane Duff, as member of Dude Williams Is ShotThrough rl:''Malone, 'Duff And Taylor poll tax receipts accompaniedby to County i

'' t.f Bentley Tells CleW ston- mittee.A the state. chamber aviation com- Heart In /'I Are Speakers Judge Ross In La Belle, It was announced 29,000,000 Pounds Of '
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,; ite That Work Is To Be S yesterday.
East Clewiston. In Auditorium.
: meeting of the state aviation Raw Sugar Made At
:, .. Those who will not be In the
: Started Here In July. -
committee has been called in Tam
. county for the June election Local Factory.
must
' pa for todyan, and the Clewiston J. L. "Shorty"" Hazlewood, 39 'Talks by Senator William H. Malone -
turn, their ballots into Judge Ross r
'I', :: Bids for the construction a ten member will be present. charged with the murder of Hiram ,H. L. Taylor. chairman of the I \-i
before -
the end of this Termination of the :
i: mile stretch of highway through "Dude" Williams. 26, in East Clew I Hendry county school board and month. sugarcane

'j r:' Hendry county westward from the iston Sunday night was held without ,Captain F. Deane. Duff, general manager grinding season In the Clewis ton factory ...

!I Palm Beach County line will be advertised CANE CREW BEATS bail for,_the grand Jury at a. preliminary of the Clewiston. Company, featured CLEWISTON WILL has of been the Southern officially Sugar set for Company next ':

i next month, it was announced hearing Monday afternoon the meeting ot"the Clewiston
Monday, May 26, it
o. here yesterday by Louis A. before ,Judge J. A. McGhee. ,Parent Teacher association held In was announcedin
LAKE PLACID IN offices of the sugar
Morgan, Clewiston News Publisher According to testimony brought the auditorium of the Clewiston, HOLD MEMORIAL terday. company yes-

I. following a conversation with Robert out' at a coroners inquest and at theprelimlnat" school. The ,meeting was the final P.

! W. Bentley, chairman of the state LOCAL BALL GAMEBig ). hearing, Hazlewood Sunday ,,(I'. A. meeting of, the season and re- DAYEXERCISES During the grinding season which ;

j' road department In Tallahassee. ; evening approached the home_ ,' of ports by Mrs.. R. Y. Patterson. presi.I' was started January 6, there have
. been 200,000 tons
According to the statements made : D. W. Warren In East' Clewiaton .dent, and Mrs. J. A. McGhee, secretary of cane ground resulting :

, by Chairman Bentley, contracts will Ninth Inning' Rally 'where Williams and a group of .' ,:reviewed: the activities of, the Rev. Shepard Is ,Named in the production of 29,250,000
pounds of raw amountof .
I be awarded shortly thereafter and Is Made By LocalAggregation. friends .were eating supper. organization during the past year, As sugar a like
Speaker Of Day fibre and
I @ construction Is to be started In July. Inviting Williams from the house, : showing the association ,to be in ex- "approximately: 1,500,000
gallons of molasses.
r Construction of the ten mile piece Hazlewood walked to the road. As 'pellent condition. At Park Service.

I,' of road will provide concrete road the. two talked in low tones, there, .' -An interesting: part of the meeting, Survey of the records_ maintained_
from Clewiston to the Those who witnessed the trimming eras when Plans for the observance of Memorial during the grinding season show ,that
east coast, was a stab of flame, the report ofa i Henry Storey, Clew ston'S, .
j : eliminating the present three miles 'handed Lake Placid by the Cane shot and Williams collapsed shot ifirst, high school graduate was presented -. Day in Clewiston were announced -I I both tonnage figures, and sucrose or

i! I I of hard: surface road from Clewiston ,Crew Sunday were treated to almost through the heart.A with a handsome golf bag by' yesterday by Captain F. sugar yields have been far In excess ,

to the Palm Beach county line. everything, especially one of. tfiose group of friends on the porchof fb e ,membership of the P. T. A. 'Deane Duff, commander of the local of expectations of company officials ,
ninth inning rallys that you read 1 post of the and the results shown during the "
the Warren residence ran to his Senator Malone, candidate for reelection American Legion, whichIs
! I I I about. assistance, hurrying him to the to the state senate, eliminated in charge of the Memorial Day past few: months are regarded as '

; ENGINEERS WORK Berger started for Clewiston and Lakeview hospital He died as they politics from his talk, confining services. highly satisfactory.

for five innings, had them handcuffedas arrived at the hospital door. it to school work In the state. The Memorial Day exercises will While the grinding season Is to ;

<1 I about all the opposition could do He told of his part In centering the .be held in the Civic Center Park and end Monday, ,there till remains
TO IMPROVE CANE
was to ground out via Berger to ,eats of' higher: learning In the state the program will open at two work to be done in the fields, and

Reier, this combination working five at Tallahassee and Gainesville, and o'clock when Legionnaires_ having: assembled many of those used in getting the

HARVEST MACIDNE times in as many Innings. CEOTE SHOWS praised the local J _association for them : at_'the Administration buildIng cane to the mill during the grinding

I 1 Lefty Baker relieved him In I 'the ,cooperation with the school I 15 minutes earlier will. march lu season. will now be employed In cul '
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I. sixth and ;Gibson relieved Wells as. BRIGHT OUTLOOrFOR Chairman Taylor, told of the work a body to the park. Boys Scouts in ovation and other field work.
New Machines Are Similar I accomplished J uniform will assemble the Operation of the Clewiston factory
battery mate, ,but had trouble in : by the county school on oppo-

To Present Successful handling Lefty's fast one until he SALES GAIN board, commended Clewiston's selec- site side of the park and Girl Scouts during the past four and a half

I got used to them. This Inning two tlon, of C. A. Jackson :as a 'member will meet at the church. months has definitely placed Floridain

Type. : hits coupled with a couple, passed of the,'school board and warmly congratulated Short speeches will also be made the sugar producing column, and;
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-- balls: let in two runs. Lake Placid the Clewiston Parent- by Elbert L.. Stewart, County'' Commissioner _; during the grinding season, the
t Further experiments on :a sugarcane Net Sales For First Six W. C. Hooker and Southern Sugar activities
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made two more in the eighth and one Teacher, association on their work E. company ,_
i-; harvesting machine were conducted In the ninth on two hits each inning Months Of Year.Total during the past year. Kelly. attracted more than 15,000'ldUots I

s. during the past week in the accompanitd by some funny base : $4,514,495.65.Operations '. I J.In, an interesting talk, Captain ,The speaker ,of the day will be to the northern Everglades and with '

fields of the Southern Sugar company I Duff. urged. Floridians to have a moro Rev. ''j. H. Shepard, the field work and detail work to .
! > 5f. here by George H. Burt and a ball.The : I
i,f.I t1. corps of assisting engineers from Cane Crew started scoring in of the Celotex Company:: optimistic',' -...... ".... ,outlook.' on'.the" future, and' be done at the mill. this communitywill

.t,: of. ,New Orleans, the purpose of the experiments the third when Berger singled, and for the first six months of the fiscal Injjjsupport of his plea cited several TEN CARLOADS OF enjoy a steady summer business. '
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Ik:. .':, beingto: .,try:.out, various double- ."by Cother .and_ Yenowlne_ put I -year, ,which. period: .' d ended..... -_April,..., ,30,. ,'- ,figured ii ; reflecting the' golden-'oppor' '.'. .,
S: improvements.." two runs across1. In the .fifth' White 1930", shows net Jo":0 sales of $4,514,495.65compared tunf n or'.enterprise 'fef'tnV state. ., h ., .. :.;- ___ .:.., : ::\ .:
TOMATOES SHIPPED
There Is still a third type of cane singled; Baker doubled scoring him., with $4,534,084.52 for the LOCAL BOYS HELD

, 'harvesting machine under construction Beardsley got his second hit and Baker corresponding period a year ago, according -
I dm'\\' was caught at the plate. to a statement Issued this DURING PAST WEEK
at pent' embodying other features HALF HOLIDAY TO ON $1,000 BOND
I: .... awn ,jhis machine will be tested But the big fireworks started and week. ,
I at a later date. finished in the ninth. Net profits after all expenses and
I Cothern, singled and advanced BE DISCUSSED BY Local Packing Houses ON THEFT CHARGE
, The third machine is similar in design ona charges. Including Federal taxes, for ,
to those which were operated' swinging bunt by Yenowine. White the six months were $227,955.18 com- Will Continue For

so successfully on the Southern fanned, but Lefty Baker dressed one pared with $370,338.18 a year ago. LOCAL MERCHANTSBusiness
Two More Weeks.Wth
Sugar Company plantations duringthe up for two. Beardsley crossed the The second qaurter of the present Roberts And Fulghrum

present grinding season. opposition with a drag bunt toward fiscal year shows a net profit of Charged With Robbery ..

I The engineer. reported satisfaction third for his ,third hit. Lefty Reier $467,229.62 as compared with $416- Men Will Also tomato shipments light during
the past week, ten were shippedto Series.
f ; with, their tests on the second typeof held everybody in suspense as he 000.50 for the second quarter of last Consider Plan For cars
had, 3 and 2 northern markets from this sec-
a count on him and
i' << machine and still further successesare year.
then fouled off at least hour before July 4 Fete. tion, it was learned yesterday. Of Wade Roberts, charged with break-
expected when the third type of an In connection with the statement,
I those shipped; there were six cars Ing and entering in connection with
! .' 1 ,, harvester is put through the experimental he hit safely to center, scoring B. G. Dahlberg, president ,said:
from the immediate Clewiston section the robbery of several local stores
half
ii tests.Operation Baker and Beardsley with the runs "The first quarter of our fiscal Weekly holidays during the
.., that sent everybody home happy. that summer months will be discussed at and our cars from the Lake h month ago, was bound over, to the
Is slack. This
of the sugarcane har- year usually year
, vesting machine in the northern Ev- While the Cane Crew showed the I situation during the first quarterwas the regular meeting of the Clewiston Harbor section. fall term of circuit court followinga

erglades sugar fields has attracted lack of practice, they also showedthe exaggerated by the general busi- Better Business League. to be held The Lake Harbor packing house hearing before Justice of the ,:
next of L. Maxey is now closed for the Peache J. A. McGhee in the office
in Watanabe
i '; nation-wide attention and the .purpose old fight that It takes to come ness depression. We took advantageof Tuesday night the
of the experiments being con from behind and win and that Is the time, however, by shutting hotel, It was announced yesterday by season though Mr. Maxey said that of W. W. Preston, local attorney.
I what counts most. .G. V. Hudson, president. he plans to be here thorougrout the Bond of $1,000 was fixed. Up to time
,, ducted and planned, is to add Improvements down some of the machines to make
where possible. Lefty Baker won the shirt given Changes and adjustments, which resulted Whether the half holiday will be. season next year, starting with the of going to press, bond had not been
..ofI" designated early bean season in October and posted, and Roberts Is in the countyjail
by Blate Bros for best hitter, two In increasing the capacity approximately as Thursday afternoons as
\ doubles out of three, nosing out twenty per cent and secured in former years, or whether It will continuing through the tomato sea at La Belle.

SCHOOL ENDS TODAY Beardsley who had three out of economies of operation and a be changed to Saturday, as many son.The John Fulghrum also charged with

five. reduction In manufacturing costs. other Florida communities have de- two packing houses in Clew breaking and entering has been held

Clewiston's school, term is sche- Summary: Two base hits, Cothern, These economies helped materiallyin cided, will be discussed by the mer- iston are still in operation and they for the circuit court on a $1,000
, duled to end when and chants are expected to operate for at least bond.
today senior Yenowine, Baker 2; Earner runs, producing the excellent showingfor although the majority of them
1[ junior high school graduates will be Clewiston 6, Lake Placid 0Hita; off the second quarter. appear to be infavor of the Thurs two more weeks unless the tomato Roberts left Clewiston after the
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! announced together with picking the season is halted by theft had been discovered but, was
the promo- Berger, 3 in 5 innings: off Baker, 6 "While the general building Indus- day. afternoon closing. for

tions in the grade school in 4 Innings; off Mathis, 13 in 9 Innings try throughout the country is still Summer business will be another I summer rains. traced by local authorities to Savan

@! Henry Storey who today is to ; Base on balls,' Berger 1 Math- subnormal, we were able to developan topic scheduled for discussion at the Some' small consignments o early 'nah, Ga., from where he was returned -

graduates from the high school is Is, 2; Struck out, Berger 1, Baker 2, Increasing volume of other busi- meeting and along this line, it Is be- peas were shipped during the past to Clewistou by F. H. More-

S I Clewiston's first ,senior high school Mathis 9; Left on bases, Clewiston ness, with the result that our total lieved that tho merchants will decideon week and some late beans will be land, deputy sheriff. Deputies More-
I i graduate from the high school is 10 shipped in about ten days If the land and Butler succeeded In retrieving -
Lake ,;Placid 8; Errors, Yennc' volume for the second quarter proved whether to have a July 4 celebration -
congratulation were received by him wine 2, White, Baker, Beardsley, satisfactory."The in Clewiston. If they decideto market prices at that time warrant all of the money and articles ,

r from local residents this morning. ,Wells, J. Davis. second half of our fiscal year sponsor an Independence Day shipping. stolen In the robberies.

t has uniformly yielded the bulk of celebration, preliminary steps will --

1. WOMANS CLUB JUDGES WILL DECIDE our$370,338.18 earnings.for Last the ,year first we half showed and be will taken be but next one more Tuesday meeting since before there ORGANIZATION OF LOCAL GOLF TEAM


:: LAWN CONTEST FIRST WEEK IN JUNEWith the$1,108,251.65 present outlook for the Indicates second half a ,good and July 4.Flag. AND FLAG TOURNAMENT PLANNEDthe


showing for the second half of this -
'J' -- year" Tourney Will

Clewis ton's third annual General Not Plans for the organization of a local team through players turn-
Affect ,
appearance of the lawn Legion
lawn contest less than two weeks off and yard will be the first consideration. Clewiston Golf team, to include not ing in one 18 hole card or two nine
.: Handicap Entries hole cards. Readjustment of position
Clewistonltes interested in the plan Condition of lawn and shrub- only the ace players of the commu-
Clewiston Man Now may be later affected by the player's -
I' sponsored by the Clewiston Woman'sclub bery, design and neatness will be nity but also the duffer, to be followed
Organization of the leading
Clewiston golf right to challenge the man -
other
points to be Judged. Laundry ManagerIn
are making last minute Improvements team. comprised of all golf playing by a Flag tournament on him. All cards must be turnedin
Afternoon rains during the
,,, .., in their lawns to com- week, while past Everglades City members of the community, and the Decoration Day were announced yes- not later than Wednesday May
tempering
the
heat of
i, .. pete for the prize. the day have flag tournament will In no way affect terday.In :30, and ,only team members will be
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encouraged growth of
,ii'' ; }P According to an announcement weeds on many local lawns and! Lonnie Warren, who was formerly the plans for the American Legion organizing the Clewiston team, eligible for competition.In .

this week, the lawns of the community those'Interested In the Woman's club! employed at the Clewiston Laundry, I handicap golf tournament to be here is no limit to the number of a flag tournament player add

I will be Judged during the first lawn I has leased the Everglades Laundry 'held late, it was announced by Legion players, although thebest players their handicap to the par of the
' JI contest will
make
I'I; ,1f'jweek In June and prize winners will to have their lawns every effort I from the Barron O. Collier Interests, officials today. will rank higher on the team. It was course, and on' completion of the

: '!5'' be announced In the June 6 Issue, of the official Judging Is weed-free before in Everglades City, on the Tamlami The Legion tournament will be explained by those in charge that last stroke to; Wtilck he. Is entitled,
started the first
;, The Clewiston News. week In June. Trail. held as soon as sufficient number of following the organization of a local -I plants the flag where. the ,ball rests.

Names' of the Judges will be withheld Mr. Warren who was in Clewistonlast golfers have qualified and while soy team, should the Clewiston team The winner la the player who has
The lawn
contest ,
conducted by the
until after the prize winnersare ; Sunday said that since he has! eral have already turned in score meet another community, the local progressed: farthest on: the! course. .
Woman's
club has met with the approval taken over the laundry increase In cards, with the Prizes will be offered for winner and
announced but the committee In there are many: yet to come. player would compete player : ,
charge announced the points which of the community and at a the volume of business has forced I Those planning to enter the Legion of same rank from another com- runner-up, as well as for players "

:will Inluence the decision of the recent to meeting 'of the club it was decIded him to enlarge his plant, and indications tournament are requested to drop munity, regardless whether he was having most fours, fives and sixes.

foggei. I event in make Clewiston the affair >an annual are ,for a prosperous sum attated poor* ba ft' ptf fa* M number one or fifty on the team. I A total of five prizes will be award -

mer. the first tee. Rank will first be' determined on ed.i .



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TWO CLEWISTON NEWS, CLEWISTON, FLORIDA '
PAGE FRIDAY, MAY 23, 1930
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THE CLEWISTON! early evening and a delicious : '" -_ .. ", "
JACK'S RESTAURANT .
Published' every: Friday at Spanish dinner In Ybor City. ( I

Clewistou, Florida. wishes to extend you all a hearty thanks for the great interest you AN INCREASING NUMBER OF LOCAL PEOPLE

Captain F. Deane Duff at a meeting .. have shown in attending our establishment, at. Central Ave. op-. ? '

LOUIS MORGAN' .... Publisher of the Parent Teacher association posite News Building.! i ARE FINDING IT AN ECONOMY, BOTH :))

TOM\ SMITHEditor last Friday night gave some in-> .' '
.. 4 teresting facts: on what Florida has "Dally i Lunches and Dinners for 35c and 50c. All strictly home coo-- IN MONEY\ AND ENERGY, TO ENJOY THE '
Entered 'at the Postoffice at Clew- "" l "'' "-' ''' c w !
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istori 'Florida, second'' class matter to offer. Outstanding was the' state- Ing. Clean invironment. Sunday Dinners 50c and ?k' 1 EXCELLENT .CUISINE AT THE, 0l vIST RN
as
; : :. mont that Florida imported $13,000- I f ', tri ,.INN.' : "..Y'' .t ? .J, ., .r \ .' i f ...,..

SUBSCRIPTION A ,1'- ; ; \ : RATES.F : OoVin poultry during the past year. :; ;, :-- : 1 ::-;- 1 ', : ', f : (, ': :::..: ;. '- L
One feat' .......,.Hi.3L"i.L; : $_".uO With the back country of either ._- .. ,;JV J

Six Months .... .. 1.50 coast, it seems logical that Florida; .
? .r..r..r rrr.r. aWe invite 'you'one* and all ito *attend rthe(Nopcning;ofT biu'-new baft' ,
-Three..Mpnths ....r........................... ,< .75 poultrymen would produce chickensand :; : < V CLEWISTON) ill !
bed shop in connection 'withJack's Restaurant on Central Ave, opposite 1 : : V )
eggs for the tourist business:? in 'I 1 p \s I V
ADVERTISING RATES News Building. First class5 work will be 'done here at moderate '* "In The Center of"America's: Net
the hotels of the east and. west Sugar BorvVCLEISTON
Forty-five cents per inch. No discount coasts.. Yet we're confident, that prices. Ladies and children will be pleased to know, that every ,
for plates. No special position ,day except Saturday, hair cuts will; :be 40c. Oh '''Saturday all hair FLORIDA
comparatively few of tho chickens!? oreggs ., .. ,.... .' .
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guaranteed.,, All: advertising, copy used in these hotels are pur- cuts *will<,:-be-50c.; Your patronage will 'be appreciated '

must-be in this: office on Wednesday,
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chased from Florida: poultry farms.

before I issue of paper. There's a .$13:0: O.0.OO shortage and JACKS BARBER SHOP l'w.. '- '. .. '

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that should spell opportunity.In .. --

AS OTHERS SEE US ', ,, ,. .. ,". .. ,
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I .'n":" -id. !Mw! '.If''t-'M{ not In cr.t1 eiii 'r-: ,
Miami, recognizing, the importance .iC : Tr : : / WCiO:::': i.li ; '
Clewiston, Mrs. B. A. Nail
of .the back country is distributinga i .' ,. '., .
stocked a small poultry farm with tlfl'T / : .V rtT / r r -/hV rat, .- ;r" ? 'r" *:: .
a er "Tours of, .the Everglades"in : :-= :: .: -= : "
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white leghorns' and has. 'found 'it' r*,, r =. -= : = : :>: :
which Clewistpn and the, sugar in P rofitable.ibusiness. 'v,- i .4* II' -v ;. ",; i 'v--I' f ,J' ; .". -vir .'.-' ,' :':',) :' t,: ;-.l" : t ;" ; ;;" :'J :j,;: -,

dustry in,, this section arc promi- _. '
h J .am a candidate for Representative of .
mentioned. ,' r:. ::' .-I ..
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"Clewiston": the book c treads Burkes Hamner of :Tampa who Hendiry-"County: : the" June ',Primary: Your ; )

"seems to have 'been 'pretty well advertised combines; '' vision, with. a-high degreeof r.Vote :'and l :influence will be' appreciated.i ;, :: [ ( .
MAKE
SELF
,YOUR AT HOME
'. to the world. The progress salesmanship I a' big future !
for the state in the tung oil indus \, r: t ,
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there has been a mightly thing; an 1
accomplishmnt seldom equa11 d. Otto (try, predicting that it will eventu- E. L. ST\YART\ \ :

ialiy\fb ?> as big'as.,!' the citrus indus ,, ,
er districts about the big lake mea ... A I; }V CHOICE ROOMS
try.- ?7i < .
sure: their cane' fields by the mile;;' : > :rv\ :' i-' -i'e'" V' r k : ( r

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Clewiston measures by' the' league, _: :! ,' JftbW ''
ARE : ii)
for eleven miles out, coming in :on Back in the days from 1923 .to : V'V AVAILABLE. _

: 1925,, it seemed that everybody in f'f IN eh. f'" .
the 'highway from the east, you come v ,', .. ') ; '
upon' the' cane fields ,of, the 'Clewis' the state writing .to",northern,.friends
ANNOUNCEMENT:
told' of the .vast, opportunities offered
ton mill. .. ,T. REASONABLE RATESHOMELIKE i
:"Establish Clewiston taskof here., Everybody. was enthusiastic, ,
was a
.. Yoursupport and'assistance ...
I ,at the June ,(rl ,0 r'(, 't r $''7'! 1: -
taming, subclu i ug, harnessing; although, .all .they had to be enthusiastic -,
'about rather all they :''"*"' Primary3; will appreciated" : -"7"fi''l. ""' ':
draining, road-building-not for weak or \ SURROUNDINGSV
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lings, not for the, fainthearted, but thought they had reason to be en- ( r-n aft* .

for men., The sugar ;mill is, the. most 'thuiastic i about:! was the, climate. Today 1, ,It ,E. :KELbCandidate : .

prominent thing in? the city. Its we are much better equipped'to '

stacks can be seen for miles over insert such paragraphs in. our. .north for County Commissioner"V:1 : JRY OB SPAY DINNERS

the\, level country. The largest ,,in the ern letters but welre; .not ,doing rit.We've .. District: No. .I .. ,
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1.nited.States effectively sold the north on I 'I _
undoubtedly. -... j. 4 '. I IV
"The: town! is ,verygood to look ourc1i1a'te,, let's turn now to.sell_ "
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upon, with. its well-laid! ) out streets: 'ing .the' north- .-on 's'. ,nething'mo're, .. ._ '_ -
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high class buildings and homes, .angible. -- -- .- CLEWISTON'S POPULAR HOTEL .

growing population-all; the more .', n : e-'t ..fi.u iurl ')' lorr rt 'j 3d' -_-. -, -.:. _' .
marvelous when, one ,takes into consideration Tell I them .that more than 90,000 V V V ANNOUNCEMENT i .

that.Clewiston sprung from 'bags of sugar ',were shipped from

nothing-yes less than nothing-for; the northern, Everglades during' To the voters !of the Twelfth Judicial Circuit !

justj, ..a, few years ago, this, was, one the pr'esen' grinding'. season; tell '- 3 .'' i; T. HE. WATANA.BE H10T E.L
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Florida-the haven of a few: fisher: the. American Legion, needing mon- I hereby announce my candidacy for fO the Office. of State's Attorney I a tf: orr r'+ ,. ., ,.r .- -f' "- on tu: 'rt rt ri,

men ,who reached here occasionallyby ey to complete their Post home, MRS'CLAUDE DOWNS
If I Manager.
ho red wrth this
am, important: trust by. the people. I promise a I
water, the haunt of water birds, planted eight acres in beans 'and faithful : .., ....' -
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and Seminole Indians, who came in netted, not grossed, $2,000 profit; ( : I '
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ALL, roCthe Criminal, Laws,.without fear or favor. : : -" ; "?- -:
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canoes. tell them that the annually created ", '

wealth .of' Florida is $500,000,000 I .r- ''}T run ,. ..n !' ', RespectfUllyj. V :.'
"Clewiston, to-day! A sugar mill ; :'Off, I'J"I 1 ,, ,_. : : : :' )
with 4,000 tons daily' capacity. Mak- that Florida grapefruit'is being extensively "'RbY D. STUBBS. ; ." '-.. ";"""-'',-_ n "r'VVV* ,.v." tJlht.HIQ .'OJ ( "

ing 4,000 tons ,of sugar daily; ; .4 pO' canned- an'd sent"" to .all 'd.r ,j, 1 '1 .. ,nV'>(J.; .
tons oiTbagasse '"(which i is made "Tn-; parts of the world. I
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to building material), a payroll of$30OO'p : ;- -
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ture cane; 25,000 additional res Florida, the next 'time you send a '
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letter to a'friend In the north.- To the Voters of 'the 24th 'S en atoriaDistrect' : .
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for 1930-31: machines, 160 .
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cane wagons spe- I wish to announce that. I will be candidate'; re-election to, : : !

cial cane cars mechanical loaders FOR STATE SENATOR the office of State Senator .
from the 24th District. '
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and 'huge' cane' harvester 'which is -, I :. :':!; :>-" <:t -.; tf' '. : :.- ... ; : .
I have served four terms in the Senate: and two terms in the >. :(,, .- .'; :pl'.,::' ... ':\' J.'(;: ': :.-. ..... '. .;.. ; ,.,: .
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of'others. TO THE VOTERS OF THE t ,, ( ;"t' "" '
the forerunner High'classhotels 24TH
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.House. ,My friends...have been kind 'enough to J say.that ,have-served:: i. : '
are available, and a 'considerable SENATORIAL DISTRICT: : ; :; i; r ) ;; :
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: "' faithfully. I am'a member. of the-,Commlttee oniBoads and" Highways ? : r. : fi \" :
business' section. announcing my candidacy for : .
:. Judiciary A. and_ 'Rules; ; 'the'ee [are the mosuimportant>, committees '
the office of State Senator I' respectfully .. .
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., 'Bbiicit' tHe support of the citizens \ \ .". ". :" / ." "' -: ;' '- -- .
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of: the DIstrict; appreciate the vote and support of the people in the Democratic ,

I JOTTINGS I IIi. i 'In 1915( and'' 1917 'f served as a Primary, ,,rln June r : .New roads; are under construction ';

'I,',It 1"1 I'If'1"'rrrr',,'.It I"'rr'.rr'rr',?!llf'l'Jll'K'llltl'lI'lI'll'T Member -of the House of Represen- ,

Summer arrived 'in .the. 'Eve glades atlves. Was: County Solicitor for WM.. H. MALONE, .. ; thousands of additional acres :
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during, the ,past week,, and as a, _result .. ?Monroe Counfy 'for eight 'years and f''V'' 1" I'rl 1 -. .,

several Clewlstonites are. tentatively State Attorney 'for the '20th Judicial 'n '.. :' ,. . of sugarcaneT will, ,be ,harvested for I!
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planning northern trips-journeys Circuit' for four yeara.Oppressive : = ) I "
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to ,the nice cool north." What :taxation' is ho 'l longer I ... ,years. season V ;r
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they may: forget is .that, ":e.do. not bearable'and''if: : elected I will favor'any .1 r of r.-r '," r-r iston i is swiftly l approaching: :

have hot nights in the Everglades practical legislation that. affords. ** ,

"and I many of,' those who- 'will" leave. : ,' relief f to 'the' tax pay r. To the Voters' of the Twelfth Judicial ,District rightful: place'as the metropolis of :

will swelter through an endless nightIn I believe County and. State officials'should ..' I ,, .'' .
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the north, tormented, with memories ,be paid, a straight,salary and i i the northern
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of cool he Fee System abolished.Y: : f I am a candidate to succeed myself as STATE A ATTORNEY :
night winds sweeping, !; r .. ? u ji: .*, ., ; r .;v ,. ; :[,/; '
across Clewistojx from Lake Okee- There are V many problems to be of ,this, .circuit..;have, performed ;.therduti of ;officefwrly.and, I

chobee. -- '( solved. ,'but,tax relief' and 'actual economy ( impartially during:.die. term I Have, held it." and 'if elected, '(to...a, ,second

are the" im teed" of the t term! shall give .the same: honest and.tcqnscientiou3.} : service, ,.toward>> ,tH?- ,Now is the. time to take advantage :

enforcement of all Jaws and, all'other dudes ,that
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With Miami leading the move- people. ,may devolveuponme '
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men ft o encourage summer visitorsto 'As' :a lawyer1'h' ''do not and' will not (( as, State ;Attorney' -\ ? I ,...,, f ,. ."). ,.. [ .,.. ... of the'go den opportunities ; 1

Florida represent" byway of private employ- ( ,.I ; '. ., '
other cities will join I in offered Here. :" ," 1 : J
the campaign and i it will t.be. ment, any corporation or similar powerful GUY M. STRAYHORN. .

before the state interest. during 'my'' tenure of ( :"" i ,G' ,: ;" '7 r'.', "' ''<;.: -
many years now .. .., ,V', : r:1\ "IT'r 'CC.Uf'' b: : ; ,. :: : : '\- '.- .,'--;
known .as the, winter playground of office. To serve the citizens of the c.,1- .. '" '

the nation,. will enjoy an equal pop- 24th District faithfully, fearlessly' ; ., '-:,:. :

ularity as a summer resort. and_ efficiently I want to be free I i ; '

from any possible influence that ....:( :: .. v -. ; , : .. ;<: :: ,
There are may conflict therewith. f{t < V : ; ,
so many delightful places .
in the state that one could spendan I will esteem It'a great honor'to .V ._ .d I J_ .v, ;

ideal vacation motoring. A few be your obedient servant In tile For Details Write To .
places which next legislature. To the Voters of the Twelfth Judicial Circuit:
suggest themselves
are '
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Marco Island, some 50 miles southof Sincerely submitted, -

Fort Myers; the- .. hills 'around Arthur Gomez. Vote for and support Judge E. M. Magaha,

Caxambas, a few' miles. farther ,

south; the boat trips on the. Anclote the people's candidate for State's Attorney. CLEWISTON CHAMBER gF t f fiMMERCEn :

river, 'winding''' up a cool shady' ; '.'? (ff'Vic brfi! IT t2yb .'jtfXf .
tropical I
DR. J. C. NOWLING. : I. '... .', : : :' '. ; v .r'r.177 .(. ,- ,_
river, dense tropical foliage 'r" He was born and reared on a farm in Santa Rosa County, Florida1is'a Clewiston : r : v: ; : FloridaJ :
meeting in a picturesque arch over 'r,.r I Hopkins Building, ; '.Ult) ti .' < "/ 1
self madc'man; graluatcd from law college of University -
the center of the clear- stream; and OLEWISTON, FLORIDA ': ;

occasionally an :alligator, sliding = =:::: :=:: : = : of"Florida in 1913,; and. )Jias. 'actually been, engaged in the practice pf r .

noiselessly into tho cool depths; Vas law ever since, giving. ,,spc i L atfection to criminal law ; r

north the boat.'has' 'something approaches.to Or equal' 'when a sun-the V 'V V 666Tablets' '. ,V V V Give' him a 'chance,' and lie will; make you a good State's Attorney.; 'IN.THE:. CENTER OF AMERICA'S.J" ;

Tlse'.s' ene 6nr lie! 'Jnciian? riverwe'l, : ) .' 375' RI' y ( I't 11'Tr (14'N : ) .;
E..M 'MAG AHA. EW'SUGAR OWLTJ ; }
pack our- seventeen.trunks1, and start _. .
'northward. '1" Relieves a Headache ... t I
< or Neuralgia In
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30?..minutes checks?* .xCold: I the, first< VOTE THUS! : .. ,

Among'' the delights might also day,) .and. ,: checks,, Malaria' In, three I

be mentioned a late afternoon dip days .' .,. .- ,? ,' n, .., I E.: M: MAGAHA, x 4 ,

i in the ;Gulf-Offt! St;'Peter burg 'or I' -1 666 Also in Liquid r ,( ._ ;.._ __;. I:

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N PAGE FOUR" .' CLEW ISTON NEWS. CLE W/S TON. FLORIDA a FRIDAY, MAY 23, 1030


GARDEN CLUB MEETS \

Members of the Clewiston Unit of

/g the Upper Glades Flower and Garden PHONE 333 ,

I = c # = club aro scheduled to meet next Fri. '
day afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at the ; )
Repairing or Estimate For
homo of Mrs. Cleo A. Houze. Mat-
Jr.. Phone 369 Mrs. F. M. Wright, Phone 384
Mrs. Cleo A. Houze, Phono 359 Mrs. L. A. Morgan ters of importance will be discussed.A Electrical Work of Any Kind

box of rare seed has been received -
BRIDGE CLUB ISENTERTAINED r Mrs. Walker Stansell, U, who Mrs. 'V. D. Cole, Mrs. W. C. Hooker by Mrs. Elbert L. Stewart, Appliance of All Kind Repaired or Sold

BY spent the past few months with her and Mrs. Elbert Stewart motoredto president of the Clewiston Unit, for .

C. HOOKER parents, Mr. and Mrs. William G. Palm Beach Monday. distribution to the members. Those
MRS. W. J. W. CRANE
Ames, left Tuesday for her homo in anxious to acquire., some., of., these

Mrs. W. C. Hooker entertained Shreveport, La. She was accompanied Tom Shelley, J. A. Plunkett, Miss seeds may procure them from Mrs.

members: of the Junior Bridge club as far as Tampa by Mr. and Evelyn Kelly and Miss B. Marshall Stewart.

at her home Wednesday afternoon Mrs. Ames. spent the week end in Daytona with
relatives of Miss Kelly.
Mrs. Elbort L. Stewart.held
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high score. Delicious refreshments I Mrs. Frank Flanders, wife of I piiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii I iiiiiiM I11111111111111111111111111111111111111111101l1111.uI

consisting of sherbert and cake were Clewistou's golf professional motored Miss Jayme Williams, Miss Ola '

served. here from West Palm Beach to at Petteway, Dr. J. R. Ezelle and A. = ==

Among those present were Mrs. J. tend the regular bi-weekly dance of W. Sias spent Sunday in Lake Placid

F. Tipper Mrs. E. 0. Merchant. Mrs. the American Legion. She was a and Sebring. ,..,- ""r : ; '.. ', .:, '. ',., ', ._ ,Y ;.... ,; .. ::

L. A. Morgan, Mrs. Dave Alston Mrs guest at the Watanabe hotel. -_ ....:".-. :.. ... '" ., . ... <.' -
Elbert L. Stewart, Mrs. F. Maxwell, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McGhee and -- ---

Mrs. Roy Alston 'and Mrs. Hooker. Dr. W. J. Buck of Belle Glade was daughter spent the week end In Mi!

in Clewiston on business Monday.Mrs. amL IT IS SAVING, NOT GETTING, THAT
MRS MORGAN HOSTESSMrs. "

L. A. Morgan entertained atone Winn entertained at bridge in Jewel Art Lawrence Lowo spent, Bonclle Sunday Stone In Palm and I IS THE ,MOTHER OF RICHES ; -"
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Williams, Dick = =
Miss Jayme
evening. Present were Gillespie being and Doc McArthur. 5 ..- ;. :.. ':'1. .:' ..:.'. ...., ,:}::<,-' ..' ;'.' . ., ::;"'- : !'\ :\c-\... .,
Mrs. Dave Alston, Mra. E. C. Merchant Easy! Quick! GlycerinMix ,
and Mrs. 'C' ] 'f ,:' : < '" ;J" < ,. :; / .
Mrs. J. F. Tlppey ; : ;' : "t'f/
.Morgan. Troy Puryear who, Is visiting his FYor ConstipationSimple i : : :: .: :: : : i

sister In Sarasota was in Clewiston glycerin, buckthorn bark r\
mixed In Adlerlka, re- :
.REV. SHEPARD. TO PREACHRev. Sunday. saline. etc., an ... .
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Most medicines act on only lower J'
Dave Alston and E. E. Kelly were -
J. F. Shepard, executive superintendent bowel. but Adlerlfca acts on BOTH :f : ", ;
of the ,Presbyterian in Palm Beach Friday on a fishing upper and lower bowel, removing -: INTEREST BEARING ACCOUNTS MAY BE
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trip. poisons you never thought were In = :
church in the state of Florida will .r your system. Just 'ONE spoonful relieves : : : STARTED IN THE CLEWISTON .HOME.
deliver the sermon at the morning: GAS, sour stomach and sick '
Mrs. J. R. Alston Is spending several 5 :
and at the evening services in the I headache. Let Adlerlka give stomach :, BUILDING ASSOCIATION WITH PAYMENTS
church next Sunday, it was announced weeks with her sister-in-law In and bowels a REAL gleaning and == ==
T. Belle Glade. sea how good you feel! ALSTONS < :'. AS LOW AS 50 CENTS A WEEK.
yesterday by Rev. W. .
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DRUG STORE. =
Bailey, pastpr. Dr. Shepard Is promt.. : -''' ;' :'.. v

nent throughout the state and a large

attendance is expected at both MI. \

vices Sunday. i 'j \f.ii:{: : : ): : ; zi, l' :). ,iG: .1

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Dave Alston was abuslnesa visitor GUERNSEY WHIPPING CREAM .
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SPECIAL GOLF COURSESix Storage Space Across Street European Plan ::: .; !: I :;&. :.:: : =

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CLEWISTON HERALD LINES .' 1ft good business to have plenty of General .
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