The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: July 18, 1930
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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I ,+ TOM SMITH TO New Golf ProArrives COMPLETION OF Legion' CommitteeRad CLEWISTON WATERIS -Appointment Effective

Clewiston For EmergencyThe Today; Will Have

J ENTER INSURANCEBUSINESS Frank Flanders-, professional" STATE ROAD IS welfare committee of the REPORTED TO New Deputies. -

golfer from West Palm Beach has American Legion was requested to BE VERY GOOD D. L. McLaughlin ti
L HERE STARTED TODAY : hold Its membership together for was removed as
: taken charge of the local golf that might occur sherif of Ilendry county by Governor -
any emergency
and will give instructionsto I
course I I around the lake during the next Doyle E. Carlton today. R H. I

Has Been Editor Of The been Clewistonltes.coming to Mr.Clewlston Flanders from has Contracts j For;: Surfacing few months. The lake level has State Health Of f icer to Hancock fill the of Clewiston was appointed ,
term of
reached the highest point since Mq
a Clewiston News For West Palm Beach for the past I Ten Miles Of Road Makes Examination Laughlin.
1926 and every; precaution is be

Past Two Years. two the weekends months :,giving He will lessons have chargeof over Are Let In Tallahasee.E. ing taken against any disaclsr that Of Water. McLaughTTn has been ,herrif of

', might occur. This committee rep. Hendry county since it was created
local and
the golf course expects -
After serving as editor of The to make it one of the best F. Powers Construction Company resents the local post in such merI I in 1924.

Clewiston News for the past two courses in ,south Florida. Those of West Palm Beach. were the gencies and has as its chairmanJ. E. L. Filby. State Health Officer, R. H. Hancock has been in Clew-

years, Tom Smith resigned to enter wishing instructions. may get in low bidders for work on state road E. Beardsley who is a long resident reports that Clewiston water Is very iston for the past year He was em-

the local insurance field having pur- touch with Mr. Flanders at The twenty-five according to Information of the lake region and is familiar good showing a low bacterial count. ployed by the Sugar Company, later
chased the Dick C. Miller Insurance The with section of the being connected the
Clewiston News office. Mr. Flanders received here Wednes day. every The following report was receivedby wits
,agency. Mr. Smith ''joined the News Tallahassee lake in this locality. Clothier. Mr. Hancock sherrif of
and family will occupy the Paul awards will be let today in Wilbur Cole, superintendent of was
staff: two years ago coming from the Deam hOr1)e.DUFF ) and work will begin imme- the local light and water plant and Highlands county in 1924 and resigned -

Foil Myeis; .Press. He has served diately. chief engineer for Clewiston. to enter the real estate busi
the News well and whatever 'pres- .t LEGION MEETING
The bids let ,today will be for
tage we have among our readers is TO ATTEND Sample Number Bacterial Count ness.He "
has friends in Clewiston ,
' work on the first ten miles of state many
\' due to his ability.as a journalist. road 25 beginning at the Palm Beach HELD AT HOTEL 2538 130 who are rejoicing in the wise selec-

f Not only will the leaders of The FLOOD CONTROL county line and extending to Bakers 2539 115 tion of Governor Carlton.

News miss Tom but the craft'' over Highway, ten miles west of Clew TUESDAY NIGHT The entire county is depending on
j the state will regret to learn of his Presumptive Test: ; 0
iston. Bakers highway runs from the new sherrif to enforce the laws
leaving the service. He has made MEETING MONDAY 10 cc -i '".:''.1 cc
Moore Haven south, joining state; ',"', and make Hendry county a descent
1 hosts of friends within the State 00000 ; 00. ,
road twenty-five about ten miles Compensation Act Explained < place to live.TOTAL .
i Press as well as over the state of Colon) : -
west Clewiston.The
i Florida. Governor Calls Meeting Commander None
By -
i ,grade from the Palm Beach
i We shall miss him from our fold Of Drainage And county ]line to La Belle has been Duff. The above report should convince RAINFALLFOR

i but rejoice in the fact that he has Flood completed and this ten mile unit local residents that our dinking wat-
I chosen' Clewiston as his home for will be the first paved road to be Twenty-two 'members of the local er is pure and there is no danger YEAR IS

j I 'hi's future work. We wish. him well, built In Hendry county. -i post of the American Legion were from drinking Clewiston :water.
the insurtjice field bas! in Tom a Governor Doyle E. Carlton has .
The Sugarland Highway, as state present at the regular meeting of Mr. Cole reported that the local 48,58 INCHESTotal
' called meeting of the Everglades
1 man worthy of respect and confi a ::
i road twenty-five is known here 'will the post which was held at the plant had a good supply of chemi- -
! dence. Drainage and Flood Control boards
Watanabe Hotel Tuesday night. cals on hand that are used to, purify
be Clewiston's first paved
r for Monday, July 21st at Tallahas
There will be approximately three Commander Duff explained the pen the water. Reports have been Of 1.41 Inches

i LOCAL DRAINAGE see.All members are .expected to be miles of pavement in the city of sion bill and its effects on local memo I circulated that'the local plant was Fell In Clewiston
Clewiston, extending from the Indus hers urging that all who had developed not using these chemicals. Mr. Cole
present at which time, plans and
PUMPS TOSUCCESSFUL means of disposing! of '$2.000,000 trial canal on the east side of the a disability since their discharge corrected that statement with the During Past Week.With .
t from the service apply for above report.
worth of Flood control bonds will be city to the Clewiston Dairy on the I
to the explanation
compensation. According
discussed. An appropriation of ?40- west side.
BE 1 given to the 'members it only one and forty one hun-

: 000 for emergency work on leveesin is not necessary to prove that your / Public pirited efforts ;should be dred inches of rainfall recorded here
factor in '
Lake Cooperation Is a great
Okeechobee was granted by
I. disability occured while- In service made by everybody in making their during the past week local residentsare
the board at their last meeting. The the promotion of ,growth and proa .
Have Bee property as attractive as possible. predicting a dry fall.
n Operated (Please turn to Page 3)) perity. I (Please turn to Page 3))
I Lake Okeechobee is at its highest
49 Hours And 45
:. level since 1926. On June 6th the +

.. Minutes This Week ; lake level was 16.4 today it regis-
R 33 L P 37 L R 3 t '4: R 7. C P c
tered 18.7 and has been at a standstill -

'. ...... during the past six days. Wind
With the local drainage pumps In t
help to raise the lake level
the Clewiston Drainage District operating Kii7 I
according to ,
., from one to two
forty-nine hours and forty- HIHCANDS COVKi-f p WrM/AMM the direction of the wind. From read-
five minutes ? 'OVNiY .i 1T VCIE CMI 7TY
. during the past week GLALL
' O P 1- _. Y Iti GOUNiY ings taken at the local experiment
. the water table in Clewiston is at its station the following table shows

lowest since the rainy season began.
the amount of rainfall during
Forty-eight and fifty-five hundreds
. VL
; past week:
inches of rain have fallen in Clew- 1 ; I

iston this year. This is almost the V ) / July 10 .......................... .................. None
average rain fall for the entire year. a July 11 .,....?....................:;._.............' None

With the exception of one after- p ,- July 12 ?........................? .......:...-......,' .15

noon when two and three-fifth inches July 13 ................................................ -02

of rain fell in one hour no water has July 14 ................................................ .80 I>

been the July 15 .....................................!.......... 21
on streets of Clewiston. This I Ir
is due to the efficient operation of the July 16 ................................................ .!3 r

local drainage pumps which are located We have had rainfall every day

in the industrial canal. with the exception of July 10 and 11. ;

These pumps"have operated nine- The News will publish' the above

hundred and seventy-three hours and table each week from now until October

forty-five minutes this year; pumping VICINITY rr-SKLTCM 4 rwr/rw r jr' (/ c7 1 "LI showing the rainfall, lake level

approximately thirty thousand and temperature, as recorded by

gallons of water per minute. These the local meteorologist.Total .

figures are not guess work but are rainfall recorded here during

taken from the records that are I 'L A' If E this year Is 4S.58 Inches.

kept by the local drainage district.

They show the efficient manner In S

which the local drainage district GOVERNOR CARLTON

'" planned to meet any emergency that 1

might arise.According. REDUCES STATE

to the above figures

the pumps running for forty-nine MILLAGE $
I hours ;and: forty-five minutes, duringthe r

past week have pumped from V
G.. the townsite eighty-nine million five Reduction of the state tax millage

.f S hundred aud fifty thousands gallons from '14 1-4 to 14 mills was an-

.of water. ,
nounced here Saturday by Comptroller

Since the local drainage districlj Amos, effective as of July 1,

began operation over three years ago the beginning of the state's new fis

110 excessive rain or lake water has cal year.

.remained in Clowlston over twelve (Please turn to Page 3))

Dick Miller Receives.Promotion

Papa Watanabe Will c, ; To Leave

Return To ClewistonElbert

, rr Y nr n r e+ew o L..r. -r = y } Dick C. Miller; pioneer residentof

1 Clewiston, has received noticeof
Stewart received a telegram Y//CPOfllbt
his appointment as district superintendent
Tuesday from, Papa Wata
Life In-
for the .
nabe stating that he had arrived H.! LNY t _. 4l Miller has
surance Company. Mr.
i '. in Seattle, Washington, and was r cltMSIOn'
represented the Gulf Life Insurance -
on his way to Clewiston. The telegram the
Company in Clewiston for
a did not state If Mamma Wat-
past two years. He will make .,
anabe accompanied -Jhim on the
headquarters in West Palm, Beachin
i trip. The Watanabes were pioneer
the future. 'Mr. and
residents of Clewiston, but left
rave hosts of friends in Clewiston
about two years ago for their home
who will regret that his new position
' in Japan. They operated Clewis- ,
L will take him away from Clew-
\ ... ton's first hotel which stood on I
'B..- ti E iston, however, they rejoice in
:. the present site of the ClewistonInn.
I' --I appointment and the fact that
They later leased and operated
:'1' the Watanabe Hotel which was The above- map Is the first official picture from the war department of Lake Okeechobee showing the proposed lake levee and cross- will 'have charge of .this Clewiston district
which will bring him to
.11 II built by the Clewiston Company state waterway. This work was authorized by Congress and President Hoovor has just signed the bill. Several different routes were proposed often. Mr. and Mrs. Miller will

\1\1; and named after them. Papa is expected but not recommended to the 'war department as is shown in the picture. The 'route chosen by the engineers of the war department Beach on
.1 war leave for West Palm
\ _.,r : to arrive in Clewiston early will follow the southern shores of the lake and the ship lanes will follow along these lovees. Through the courtesy of the department August 1st.

," next week. and the Miami Daily News we are able to give you this picture. ? V '

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NJhIh14N/N 111 I" I"/,." ,,,,,I," ," ?,I,'I"/.,',,',,',,'I'" ,, I It. porluning of powerful friends who HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES thoroughly ripe, and should be carefully tuted for the. cyanide but Is more

THE CLEWISTOI NEWS OTHER EDITORS .J I come up to earn fees for freeing .I placed in shallow baskets, and expensive. Kerosene and gasoline

Published every Friday at t..../ .. / .,.,/ / /. / / / ,.. ., II prisoners. It would:, not the be surprisingto murdererof SOUTHERN FIG PRESERVESBOW I canned without delay. Green figs will kill the ants that It hits, but
I see Yalter Valiton TO CANNING PROCESSFig
shrivel in. cooking and do 'not givea will not penetrate deep into the .
Clewiston Florida. LIFE TERMS I a Miami policeman, "sprung"from I preserves long honored In nice appearance. Sunburned figs neaL -

LOUIS A. MORGAN .... Publisher Even the slate newspapers who approved Raiford before long. the South are being largely replaced] ( have, a tough fibre and do not take Inside the house ants may be"'poi
kind and
We expect to have a
may by a process of canning that does
{ of J. J. Men- the suga rproperly. In picking leave soned with a sugar solution made
Entered at the Postoffice at Clew- of the pardon long suffering public observing Be I the
not give overly sweetness, and
the action of the the stem attached to the fruit. by dissolving 16 ounces of sugar
Florida, as second class matter. denhall agree that Kind to Murderers week, or setting I II .
iston, thus seems to have a greater demand
--. .. state pardoning board has::: 'llr; m::.; aside a day to send 'flowers to high I j Methods for Canning and 1 ounce of soudium arsenate in

SUBSCRIPTION RATES annulled the effect of a life sentence way robbers. No matter how atrocious commercial. canners have experienced I Give the figs a preliminary open 3 gallons of water. Place the solution -

'. One Year ......................................... $2.50 in this state. the crime. prisoners in sensa- I kettle cooking to remove any' objec- I in saucers about the house or
Six Months ...... ........................h... 1-33;:; Here was a man convicted of tional trials of this day and age aro All of Picking the fruit should be t tionable flavors in tho raw fruit to I to keep It away from pets place it

Three Months ................... ............ -75 shooting two women to dcalh :and: regaled with candy and flowers, ripe i, soften the fruit, and to facilitate I in tin cans laid on the side. and
burning their bodies. He admitted picked from fig trees every day. In packing a well filled jar or can. having holes in each end large enough -
books;: and magazines, perfumed notes I
RATES the height of the and In favorable
ADVERTISING her a claim on his attentions.In season Thoroughly wash and grade the for the ants to pass through.
gave condolence.
Forty-five cents per Inch. No. discount more than 5 years )nothing new and messages :of toward more : weather figs ripen rapidly.I fruit. pre-cook from two to six min Ants may be kept off tables] by
for plates. No special position has been brought forth to throw tending They should be picked only when utes pack in cans or jars and painting a, ring around the. bottom
pampering, of criminals, more condoning ,
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guaranteed. All advertising copy: doubt on the conviction. Women's or steam for 30 minutes. Add heavy of each leg with a solution made of
of the acts of those who TO } I

must be in this office on Wednesday ganizations over the'. slate haebeen scoff at 'the fragile structure: of ::9. I' Lt nflD'PDT 9 NEWS sugar syrup and process 1 1-2 hours 20 grams corrosive sublimate, 1-2

before Issue of paper. uniformly active. in opposing a American law. at boiling. I I cup denatured alcohol, and 2 tablespoonfuls -

pardon for Mendenhall, not alone If men lil Mcndeuhall can walk READER TELLS I The resulting product should have of shellac. Thins{ material'

BRIGHTER DAYS AHEAD: because of the principle involvedbut forth free after a few years.of a tender texture. and a plump. unbroken |I shoud be effective for about .year,

because Moudenhall's double '1\t' 'A 4 ] translucent | but, do not allow children or petsto
i' J; AT appearance.
contractor .1
pleasant work as clerk,. K Al\JS tl
Due to the inability of officials of crime typified the worst that could of uf{ .. l-11l If the water is drained from the lick it, he cautioned.
straw boss and virtual overlord

The Southern Sugar Company to 'befall womanhood.' Florida's state prison, what socd figs after prc-cooking about .10' percent I I

raise the necessary cash to carry ,. Yet today Mendeifiiall walks the of the fruit is lost. Save'
sentences? i' Program Of
the does it do to impose life Stock .And VegetationDie Economy
their operation here through streets of Clearwater a free man, does this water and use it in making up
wonder the visiting criminal
summer months. ,and into the, "next given: )his'' freedom because he hasserved No not fear to commit mavclsr, arson, I As Mercury the syrup. I Outlined By Carlton

grinding season Clewiston business "longer than any other white
robbery or theft in Florida.] He Mounts. -
firms are feeling the effects and loss man in Florida," because he was a I TO KILL ANTS. JACKSONVILLE, F'l la. JULY 17. Re-
knows he will. only serve a fraction. :
of the large payrolls that have been good prisoner and helped the state When' swarms of pesky little red diction' of real. estate taxes in 1931 is
of his time amid fairly pleasant sur The following item re-
news was
released by the Southern Sugar build its ,modern penitentiary, and roundings. and black ants invade the house', the hope of Gov.Doyle E. Carlton, who
ceived by the News O.
Company to their employees. well. Is it today from said in an Interview here today that
because he is not feeling
Grim prison walls! Piffle!-Miami they "are best killed by fumigation;
the past two months all of I .. P. Lambert of Lavenworth_ Kansas.Mr. .
During any: wonder that: John Pope,. anal1"'l' Herald. '. .' gassing them in the nest, L. W. would recommend tothe next legislature. -
the local business firms ,have been life prisoner from Jacksonville tellsa I Lambert has been a reader of .--
Ziegler, assistant entomologist. Florida -
forced to earlY the accounts of their visiting newspaper reported that the' News for the past two :years. The abolition of "useless". offices p'......
Experiment Station recentlytold
Unable to find out much from the
customers, due to the inability of I! he ought to be" freed because the We extend an invitation to Mr. that the legislature has created.
police and press of Chicago, the the audience of WRUF.
the local companies to meet their ;' average life sentence In Florida .is Lambert to come to Clewiston next I The further, reduction of the ope-
grand jury has summoned Harry T. Simply punch a hole about a foot
monthly payrolls and as a majority only seven years? year and keep cool. rating costs of all branches of the
Clewiston 1 Brundidge, St. Louis Star reporter deep in the center of each nest and
of the local residents of To the mind of The Tampa Times There will be no let-up in the i state government without crippling
various Dahl- who has been in Miami. He was I pour in it one ounce of a sodium .
are emplojed by: the :"the cause of respect for the orderly heat today P. Connor said. The any branch. .
\ business firm among the first to charge .Jake Lingle cyanide solution. Make the solution,
berg Companies every processes of law has been hit a weather will continue fair. The redistricting of the state to
'felt the shortage of l'e'adr cash. murdered Tribune reporter, with he said by dissolving one ounce of
has body blow." The Tribune of that The mercury failed to break any eliminate "unnecessary offices in the
A spirit of faith in -thIs vast de- having gang affiliations. He claims:; sodium cyanide in two to four .
city, taking no sides in the matter. "
records yesterday afternoon, but by various circuits.
has been displayed not several other Chicago newspapermen quarts of water. If the nests are
velopment still feels that "laws are made to be also linked with the rack- 4 o'clock it, had again$ climbed to ', Some other sources of revenue
only .by local merchants, but by employs are larger than average, mire of the so
enforced and sentences imposed to "
100 degrees, equaling the highest than real estate taxation.
journalistic should
et. The profession
,of the Sugar Company. They lution should be used. Since the solution -
be served. be eager to clear itself ''Corruption mark of the year. set Wednesday. In addition the governor' declared
these gives off hydrocyanic-acid
carried throughout gas
have on The Lakeland] Ledger.: The Sanford ,
threatncs the foundation of the nation Kansas City now has suffered an he favored a constitutional amend-
months of depression without complaint the best time to do the work is
Herald and thetwo Orlando newspapers ''
when entire week of high temperatures ment which 'would remove the present -
dirty can buy or
either money in the
early night
and have managed to morning or at ,
think the mistake,
pardon a
I Influence officials and members of brought by rain' Sunday night, amendment which prevents collection -
meet their obligations or maIm asatisfactory when most of the ants are at home.
tending ,to lessen respect for' law. ,
of an inheritance tax.
their the press. The source of gold does there has been no surcease. The
to ants that
explanation were not at home
The Ocala Star and The Fort Myers "
I matter.-Miami Herald. "I believe, he said, 'hat steps
creditors. Not only has the spirit of ad- Without the rain vegetation would for the gassing will begin buildinga
Press strong supporters of the
can be taken to arrange a constitutional -
faith in this development, ,been ministration. inclined think now be parche'd., Its effect is about new home near the old one, and
are to amendment that would make
,shown by employees and business DRANE gone and lawns and flowers are can be easily killed in the. same
that justice has been done at last. the grand juries of the state only
.firms, but their faith in B. G, Dahl terrorizing wilting under the scorching sun. manner. Care should be taken when
.Life sentences have lost their investigating bodies to be called by
berg to carry the operations on un- effect hi Florida.. Even the. Orlando; Reporter-Star One of the I Field crops need rain. handling cyanide as it, as well as the circuit judges for that purpose."

der the most unusual times in the only !i i"Florida members of Congress'who Many families took their suppers teh gas, is very poisonous. Do not
electric chair is a menace to I He said he believed a change in the
history of nation has been has rendered: a valuable service not and 'spots in handle it
our the poor and the friendless; 'The I I Ito I the parks grassy | with wet hands. grand jury system would result in
bhown. only to his district. but to the state the again last night. They Carbon
pardoning board, a political organization I, city disulphide may be substi "untold saving."
Clewistonites have enjoyed an unusual composed. with the ,exceptionof is Herbert J. Drane, of Lakeland. I then remained stretched out on

o .' era of prosperity (durin:; the the governor vof men who' have: Mr.__Drane is a ,man of exceptional blankets and newspapers most of ."

11 1 past two years- while othe' cities Jn mental capacity, is a, close studen : -=- -
been long in puGlic life, shows. less ,.the night.

the : attainments .- .. ,
same conditions that now face rare V lilerary and a refined throughout the middle 'West. Boon- '.:" ..' "

them. But the fighting spirit of B. In Oct, Fisrst" to stop the ad. that genlleman who gives dignity to vine complained of its highest tem- EVERGLADES FUNERAL J HOME I'

G. Dahlberg and his rise from an plants was ]lost in the flood time "SO"ei'Y' the special district he represents. I''perature : 104
of the year yesterday
uneducated emmigrant to one of the \ publisher been stop the ad The citrus industry has no better t
I degrees. Crops wilted and farm
nations leading business men has Now I carrot see how I can help I friend in Congress than Mr. Drane. t work faltered. Funeral Directors '

always appeared on the horizon, ing you anymoore on this matter He is thoroughly familiar with that
Conditions reported seriousat
when times seem to be the worst. that reason' you did not publish ill subject and his broad knowledge of were j ,

Looking back over his past business '' the time before flood set and plants both growing and marketing citrus Poplar Bluff, Mo., where the AMBULANCE ERVlcE. :

history local residents are confident been lost. fruits makes him the ]logical spokesman temperature was 105 degrees at i I *;_

that If.the people of Florida will A other reason I did not bee :four for Florida: when any discus- noon yesterday. Rainfall has been LICENSED EMBALMERS ..

have the same faith in their own ad in The News by ben look overt sion of the citrus industry conies vp! only GO per cent normal there. Pas- I

state and Its future prosperity that o time in cas to top you IrOiii for congressional treatment. tures' are ruined and corn is' suf- II I

B. Dahlberg has, the Everglades i anymore publish after the plants ben A successful business man, he has fering. Columbia, Mo., also reporteda II
Reverse Charges When Phoning Us.
will soon become one of Florida's lost In water so' if you ben publishedthe that intl.mate. knowledge of the heat record, 100 degrees. 'j I

greatest assets. I ad after the flood I canoot inter state's resources,, its possibilities, A survey of Missouri showed
I Pahokee
Phone No. 7
The people of Clewiston still carry tan the bill its needs and its state. -wide relation temperatures of 100 degrees or : _

with Faith ships that enables him to act for in almost all of the i
on Hope and Determination And other matter .that you have higher parts

to lend their entire sup- been Moore charged that any other I.I his, state as a whole and to give state. The highest was 112 degrees ,I ,

port to a man that: is fighting hard news papers !. that cooperation to his colleagues at Sikeslcn in Southeast 1\Iissouri.1 II I

er to bring capital and Influence into Every news paper advised
Florida which will develop our with ad coopy that ad ben ben man in Congress is more highly ton, 101; Mexico, 104; Sedalia, 100; \; ."=;; .J "':;f L.O 7.r;:. "' ,;,:i.t':1.'t': !:'> '.. ":....i Il; l .r.'''

state and the Everglades.. I starded So i nthe flood time I have' respected than Mr. Drane. His Fayette, 103; Hannibal, 100; Spring-

B. G. Dahlberg deserves the sup- ordered to stop and send me there unimpeachable character his devo- field 95; St. Joseph 100; Bethany, !
I I tion to duly his clear and I
'port and encouragement of every bill for paymentSo 103 1.2.Three. |

citizen of Florida. Millions of dollars 'OU' did not this keep up with his forceful; presentation of a sub- I deaths were caused in St.

' have been brought into the state me and I did not see the ad in the ject gives him great prestige bothin Louis by the heat., There were i j

'.' through his efforts. A developmentlike News so in this matter I not bee the committee rooms and on the deaths in !i

unto other able to becauseyou Moor of the House. He gets atten- many prostrations. Heat 3 /
any In the United made a any payment have mounted to
States Is in the making bore. Flood I published ad after the plants tion. In the person of CongressmanDrane :: St.

control and navigation in this:: section been lost In flood the Second Florida District is eight The in heat the continued last week.in Kansas also ;! P MAKE YOUR< SELF AT .IIOIiiE'! ,
has been brought t before the ably represented. Representatives of V

eyes of the nation through B. G. I Noah Lewis says that this country the type of Mr. Drane bring distinction : Emporia 108; Independence, 99 ., .'
I to the state. His re-eleclion will Salina, 101: El Dorado, 101. -.
Dahlberg and associates in the development has had three great emancipators. \ :. .
I I of cour'se. certainty. { Temperatures ranging up 100 degrees .. :.. ,. ; ; .
be a -TaihpaTribune. :. :
of the Nsw Sugar Bowlof The first was Lincoln, who I A FEW CHOICE ROOMS > ; .
America. and more were reported in j :
freed the negroes. The second was 'J
I more than a dozen states. As far NO\X'AVAILABLE., ,
Let's -
carry on, every shauldar to Henry Ford,' who freed the workingman. C : ARE

the wheel, and when the bright The third was Herbert Hoover INVITATION FOR BIDS northwest as Miles City, Mont. the ,

sunny days of I temperature was 108 degrees. The
appear I who freed everybody so that nobody
on tho horizon every ClewistonIte Sealed proposals for 'furnishing 100 degree temperatures extended .
would have to work. and delivering to the City of Fort
will feel with pride, the part he east into Ohio and Indiana. | REASONABLE RATES.
Myers, Florida, the following described -
has played '"a making this the greatest I "Would Used Caterpillar Tractor In Iowa four persons died of pros- .. ; '
Swap Lumber for His '
agrcuJturedevelolHllent in the will be received by the City ClerIC: trations and three from drowning. !

state. I City Taxes._ Above headline appearing -t'at the City Hall, Fort :Myers, Florida Even livestock died of the beat.I I HOMELIKE SURROUNDINGSTRY

in West Coast Newspaper.Some I until 10 A. M. on. July 21st i
1930, at which' time all bids will be Farmers, fearful for the lives of ;i
people in Clewiston would
CAN'T PAY BILL publicly opened before and presented their horses, worked by moonlight. '
swap a pay check for something To to the City Council of Fort My II
eat. ers, Florida. Temperatures of 100 to 105 were reported OUR SUNDAY DINNERS
following letter was receivedby : Item No. Furnish and deliverto all through the state and In

the News last week. We pass It the City of Fort Myers at said 'I Nebraska]

'onto our readers' hoping that you "Cop Catches a Motorcycle" Must City, one Used Full Traction Cater-' I' _

will understand and realize some of have been a\ flying cop, or was thisa the pillar draw-bar.Tractor of 30 horse power. at accompanying; tho dof---'the -successful

the hardships caused traffic cop with a flat tire. Never .I bidder will be returned to I ,
by flood wat- Tractor to be in good usable condition
ers on lake Okeechobee. saw one. Did you?' and to be not more than two such bidder upon the delivery to I CLEWISTON'S POPULAR HOTEL
I, the City. of the tractor by such successful -
((2) old.
.' The Clewiston years
Clewiston Fla bidder. ,
Tractor to be subject to Inspection -I
Mr. Louis A Morgan Manager Seventeen patrons eating in Lake award
.. and operation by a duly authorized The of the contract will i
Dear sir Placid Tea Room Sunday. Fifteen representative of the Cityof I| not be made until the City has had ,

I have your bill from the last fall were Clewistonlte. "Golfers of Fort Myers and subject to such ,'i full opportunity: to examine and test J
tests as such representation or all of the tractors offeredto
that may any
you ben publish ad on straw- course. choose to make. the City under this proposal, THE WATANABE HOTELMRS.

berry plants NOTICE: Each proposal must be which examination and tests will be

And I have stoped f Jn the Oct, And still the, heat. :wave covers accompanied either by cash or certified made as soon as possible after the

:First In the flood time to see 'If you Dixie like the dew, Exc Pt'South check to the amount of $100.00as right to reject any or all the bids CLAUDE DOWNS, Manager. .
a guarantee that the bidder will '
received under this proposal. The Y
,- runing the ad I have canoot see the Florida, where its spring all the furnish and deliver to the City of City will not consider any bid ex-

ad In two time looked ,over your ; time. Fort Myers. the tractor offered.I ceeding $800.00. Prospective bidders '. .. .'.
news In the Moor Haven Demo'cratOffice ,within 10 days after the award of ( must secure official blank forms or '- .
the purchase of such tractor to said '
so to not and Bids by applying to ,: = = : :: : =,: = :: -::
been able to locate Clewiston has no., clock watchersnow bidder. The cash or certified checksof Proposals :: :: :: : = :: = : = :
any ad In the City Clerk at the. City Hall.
my The News
so to order they are all whistle listeners. unsuccessful bidders will be returned Florida.
you to stop the publishing'a Cound to such bidders within five Fort Myers,

ants (5) days after the award of this I Josiah H. Fitch,
li ,been lost In the flood Oct Sounds like the grinding i .
season, Mayor.
.I have been, advised all publisher I contract is made by the City of: 2t-11-18 OOT.._r 3 P!:.........
just the
i grinding hours
away. Fort Myers. and the certified check r.



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DUFF TO ATTEND LEGION MEETING way Inc., to purchase the road sev- achievement of the current 0:1
SENATOR EXPLAINS NEW MEETING MONDAY HELD AT HOTEL I eral months ago but was not ap season was recorded here recently -

(Continued from page 1) proved until,_ last.Wednesday.
with the arrival of J. M.
DISABILITY ACT WILL EFFECT LAKE (Continued from page 1) Residents along the east shores ot Griffith from Mexico City In 138
Other matters to be brought be- or from any act during that time, tho lake have been active in selling hours
of runnln gtime. In a 1922
0 VEGETABLE GROWER fore the board will be means of relievIng as has been the case to receive this highway to Palm Beach countyas : Chevrolet touring car with- fivo pas- r
Advice flood waters that are now compensation heretofore.The it would enable them to have a .
Fletcher Gives sengers. s
flowing Into the Palm Beach canal. resignation of adjutant Miller direct road. from Okoechobee city to I

.; To Those Claiming According to those who are familiar was accepted with regret, and the West Palm Beach, bringing hundredsof I N

with flood conditions in the lake executive committee will recommendto tourists to that section. The pres.net SUBSCRIBE FOR .
Compensation. Increase Duty Assures and its relief, believe that the Palm the legion a member to 'serve the condition of the highway is said

Having received-many letters and Success Of Winter Beach canal is the only source to unexplred term of the adjutant. to be fair.Chevrolet. THE CLEWISTON NEWS
relieve the present high water con Commander Duff sounded the key- -.----
telegrams from constituents making Crops To Grow rs.
ditions. note of every legionnaire present
concerning the provisions oft Owner
;1 inquiry F. Deane Duff represents Hendry when the welfare committee of the PHONE 339pOWE
,t act approved by President
the veterans Makes Record Run
Hoover July 3, under the termsof The effect of the tariff on vege- county on the flood control board. legion was Instructed to keep its ;,.
whIch a disability allowance fs tables grown' in the Everglades has dredge Caloosahatchee has been at membership together for any emer- i From Mexico City

payable to certain World war veterans -. caused considerable ex c Itement work on the north levee and will be gency that might arise due to high by K" ; -
: local With protection moved to the Diston island levee water around the lake. CHICAGO, IlWAn outsta
'. Senator Duncan U.. Fletcher among growers. n ding
about assured from lake waters, local next week. An additional amount of Several visitors were present irom
today gave out a statement growers are preparing to plant one money is expected to be granted for other- cities and a delightful dinnerwas p R
the act."Section.200. 0y
'of the largest crops of beans and tomatoes the continuance of this work Mon- i served by the management of 666 -
war this section. day. the hotel.
of the World over grown in i
veterans act of 1921 as amended provides Relieves a Headache or Neuralgia In
Local growers do not believe that
that: 30 minutes, checks Cold the first
President Hoover will cut the tariff STATE DEMOCRATS CONNERS HIGHWAY a
'On and after the date of the approval -. bill in half, as has been pointed out day, and checks Malaria', In three C Q MPA

honorably who entered of discharged this the amendatory service ex-service prior act man any to by section.: several According large to planters our laws In this the ARE IN SESSION IS NOW A FREE days. 666 ALSO IN TABLETS.

President has authority to cut the
Nov. 11, 1918, and served 90 days or AT JACKSONVILLE .
PUBLIC ROADFlorida's -
present tariff bill 50 per cent with -- _.- ,
more during the World war, and 1'E' -" ,,_ .ao.- _.,
out consent of congress. The fact
is hereafter be suffering ---
who or may
that the present tariff bill was signedby T- Stop at"SAVANNAH'S
from a 25 per centum or more the President without comment State Democratic executive Last Toll RoadIs
permanent disability, as defined by; committeemen are in session at BEST"HOTEL
substantiates their belief. Sold To Palm
the director not the result of his Jacksonville today. H. H. Wells, .''

own willful misconduct, which was: The following table shows the increase state chairman, called the meetingfor Beach County.

l' not acquired in the service during that will effect local growers:' the purpose of selecting a new SAVANNAHRates .
V.C the World war or for which com 1922 1930 .
, Duty chairman and secretary. Connqrs highway Jias been purchased :

) pensation not payable, shall be< Beans ................ 1.2c Ib.......!...3 1.2 lb. Hurd L. Reeves members of the I by Palm Beach county and .

entitled to receive a disability allow- Peas .......,.......................... lc................3c state committee from Hendry coun- will become a public road. The highway '

ance at the following rates: Twen- Onions ....:,...........r.......... 1 1.2c..21.2c ty left last night to attend the meet- '' was constructed by W. J. Con- ,v Without bath-from $1.50 up.

ty-five per centum permanent disability Potatoes ..........;........ 50c per hud. 75c ing. There are several! proposed I' ners and associates several yearsago {V With bath-from $2.50 up

$12 per month. 50 per cent Tomatoes ....?.............. l-2c...............3c changes In the state constitution and has, served the east side of .

um permanent disability, $18 ,per Peppers ...............r 25 percent adv. 3c that will be brought up during the the lake as a toll road. A bill was .-J": IN EVERY ROOM
month 75 per centum permanent Eggplants ............. 25 percent adv. 3c present session. introduced in the last legislature of- :: Radio Loud Spenl ei. Rates posted in door .

disability, $24 per month; total per- Cucumbers ........i.. 25perceit adv. 3c Mr. Reeves stated that ho was In fering the road to the state but was i4z.: Electric Ceiling Fan, Soft Water.

manent disability. $40 per month. No Squash .. .... ........ 25 percent adv. 2c favo rot drafting a new constitutionand defeated. >..... ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOF' :

I disability allowance payable under Celery.................,. 25 percent adv. 2c believe that it would be given Tho county commissioners<:of Palm MOST CENTRAL LOCATION
I this paragraph shall commence prior Lettuce ...r....................r.. 25percent 2c proper attention at the meeting.to- Beach county entered into an agree-

1 to the date of the passage of this. Cabbage ................ 25 percent adv. 2c day. ment with the Florida Conners High- ._i" ."":'_": ,,,: J.t"i_ ._ '; u __ ..A..Jo" ._ _-: .': '- )';.'
\ amendatory act or the date of ap .
plication therefor,. and such application

shall be in such form as the
director may prescribe: Provided,, -- '

that. no disability allowance under

this paragraph shall be payable to 1 y Y -2 '' ,
: any person not entitled to exemption k 7J

, from the payment of a federal

: income tax for the year preceding .

" the filing of application for such

disability allowance under this para i S

graph. In any case in which the
: :
< amount of compensation hereafter i -

payable to any person for permanent ....-. .:.,.,.. _.,)... ":' .. ...
this disability act is under less than the the provisions maximum of .. .:;' i\\ :: : 'i:; :: :i'l, ',' L .Ir::; :..: <:' ; ;:

J amount of the disability: allowance .. '. ., .,.,."; itJ:; "" .' ..' ,jf r.. ". ... ..-. '.'-. '. -. .
l: '
payable for a corresponding degree .lf .i' ';Y. I.'. :<}, T .... ,. J 7:---.,:')'.-..t'r?t'::I;;' :J.fJ.; ,:. --T'.. 'f':.
. of disability under the provisions of *;;.,+,1 { ;i'f ti, ,1 .r'rxrl "j')'

", Stthis paragraph, then such person ;' ei .ri. -t ice,
:: may receive such disability allow-
ance In lieu of compensation. Noth

. ing in this paragraph shall be construed I I %

to allow the payment to any
. ,. .person of both a disability 'allow-
fcnce and compensation during the

,: same period; and all payments made
to any person for a period coveredby \ ) -
a new or increased award of disability 4/7/ {.
allowance or compensation \ t ::; p ,"

shall be deducted from the amount -
payable under such new or increased ,. ,' fLt 1'l ; I I ,.,. :; -

award. As used in titles I and V of

the World'war veterans': act, 1924,
as amended, the term 'compensation' : want ctiare/1i
shall be deemed to indued the term ; M t ZI0IIt
t 'disability allowance as need in this

! I paragraph."

Senator Fletcher suggests that veterans ........ ';., :" ., .. '." ,..
,_ ; .
residing in Florida who believe c -
they are entitled to: "disabilityallowance" : : : thatiit"
I > 'A
'i I, should file application .. ... ; ." : ; ,:. \
therefor with the regional managerof :.: : .
United States Veterans bureau at '
: t

I i Jacksonville with the, ,those regional residing manager in Georgia at- :': ,0 ; fJj: : ;:l i' / .:,: : F." .

... .,,, j.
Atlanta, and those. residing in'Ala- ejflr.: ;; ;"- '' r -
I bama with the regional at : : ii : :' / '
i ; :
I + : % ,. ::
r Birmingham... : .
I, ..... >-. "' ''j.-- ,.., '........;":OJ'':"f, : '. .: ,. ei'- .
: ; ,;-: .
TAX MILLACE ; ; ; t.r":
I U. :
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; I k, (Continued from page 1)) ;ii \ I ... q ,_ ; '. I
The millage figure is based on anticipated : : .
c4vtokb- ,
revenue from the various ;:',' ii.; ; ) ;::"';" ': C- # "

state tax rolls and while set by law, J :':}: {7:
was reduced by the governor when "
an examination of state finances revealed :: ,.
: : ,'
the cut, could be made, Amos .

said.The comptroller explained that the C

1930.31 total tax assessment roll for Ii :

the state has not been estimated as ester 1-

yet but that the figure would be approximately -

the same as last year

when the total tax roll was 8.734

888.52. ,
On July 1 the comptroller's office

announced that state taxes as of ; MILDER '
.: 'cent paid. This
May 31 were 62. per :
was 9 per cent better payment than '''''''':-Jl'! 1't. .. < Chesterfield offers richness, aroma, satisfying V

on the same date In 1920, when' the :. :.? :' ,'.''(' r4..",..:.4 ...1 flavor. M i
tax rate was 9 mills and the asses- .r.:;: BETTER TASTE-that's the and
ment valuation was $5,886,528.94, it .
j e A&8 said. that's what smokers get in Chesterfield in fullest '

measure-the flavor and aroma Hof mellow''

i I ii I II II tobaccos blended and blended.
I exactly cross- I

I r SUBSCRIBE FOR THE ." ...:.. :, Better taste, and milder too a Knr } -


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I Business Bureau. Of The-- Beaches 1


; It Brings the Sunshine or ANTHONYS INC.
KEllY & TUCKER INC. i Clematis 23121
easy to move about from one part time intoof :
317 'Clematis & '21 Comeau Bldg. : 4)j a room to another-or from room
Special Reduction On 350 PairsLADIES'
j i to room-it is a fascinating experience Roo : .
a m
i to see the interesting effects one can
Mr a W. Kelly. wishes to call your attention to three important produce with the !invigorating colorings .,, SHOES .

eveity; that he has purchased the interest of Mr.:...W.-H. Tucker; 1 of Uoyd loom furniture. I
I $10.00 value < BroKen sizesIn
that in the future the firm name will beKelly's I I THE'new Lloyd styles in numerous color : $4.85 .
s It V .
exquisitely upholstered
Inc. t
are here. The smooth, even weave of the
and that'beginning Friday, July 18 and lasting ten days he will fiber, steel tubular legs, a new Lloyd feature many attractive colors; such as blonde, white, blue,' green kid

and removable cushions ..
autotype ; ,
I and various combinations.
I stock, lower than
his DIS-SOLUTION SALE of entire prices ,
conduct provide long life and solid comfort.

ever before in this store. i FIRST FLOOR (
;I PARTICULARLY interesting Is the

_,,,.-......._ J'Ii' i iI | fact that the purchase of an .-
""" ...... DOKi .---....... ,I entire suite represents an ex- ;s=3s _.

tremor/ small mvwtnwnt.jftuiwus. 1 Dining and _Dancing i
Electric ServiceINCORPOHATLD for the Price of Dining
G 4a. The Lllllc Folks Shop
Wo Kee's New Place '

for automobile or boat with H :
Olivo Avenue and First St.

Formerly Pinders shoe store expert workmen at your call Newly Enlarged and .
Mld-summer clearance sale.
Quality never questioned in one of the finest electric Decorated ,
shoes. of boys and girls clothing. It
lot of ladles
Special Nice dancing ,floor and popular '
I Ia "
shops in south Florida .
consisting of blonde. egg J I Everything in infants wear. music at your disposal. 17'

shell, white, brown and SUTCLIFFES .,
Only Chinese Restaurant in
black in kid and patent '.Pain Beach County
leather, with spike and Cuban Automotive Electric : II

heels. Service Co. I 1 7 Comeau Arcade Your patronage i Is
r appreciated
> *
J. R. Sutcliffe, Prop. 3Ar

$ 3 .95' West 301 Palm First Beach St. e syA.T 1 ;West Palm -Beach Special attention to parties

s Telephone 6428
1f p., .

WEST PALM Br ., When others fall, call us

Children Shoe Store inc, "rIL
Helen Phillips Phone 4808 '

High Class Millinery. for Boys for Girls s Palm Beach ,:y: :'" I. Dean ,Lumley ; :s:. ,

MAN AtCAOt XfcfeSJ lIMn'.COO&..., :
No: 1L Fagan Arcade WT MOM +na. Merchants Join In WelcomeKeenly Radio-Electrical Laboratory
22-23 Damatis Arcade Opposit U. S. Post Office
aware of the buying power of the people of the
Parts and expert service on all makes of radios
Everglades, leading busines ,
men of Palm Beach are inviting -
West. Palm Beach, Florida New and Used Radios for sale
I :The only exclusive children's people of Clewiston: and the northern Everglades to take _

Before selecting your next advantage of the opportunities offered in these coast stores. Custom-made sets. built to customers order
shoe store in : the Palm when in West Palm Beach. '
hat be sure and visit our A. Modern A. C. Radios installed on small D. C. lighting plants
Steady., payrolls in the sugarbowl- section of the northern Everglades
store. One pries-six dollars. Beaches. Soutr Florida DistributorsPilot
gives' this section a year round ,prosperity, contrasting
sharply with the seasonal business on the coast, and several of Radius and Tubes Kato Konvertters

the leading business men of West Palm Beach are cooperatingIn Muckmobiles Menge Pumps r x

an advertising message to the people of the Everglades.
"" Summer prices are now in effect on the east coast and this,

AMERICAN TENT & AWNING CO.. Inc. the coast business men believe. is another factor which will interest J

Now Located at the people of the Everglades communities, while good I

906 South Poinsettia Avenue roads to the coast make the trip easily possible in slightly more Palm Beach Pharmacy

Near Okeechobee Road' West Palm Beach than an hour and a haf! : from Clewis n. ,, .
S.his f:ieI Customers Our Best Reference
The thought of the business men cooperating in the messageIs for "" ." -.'
Local Agents -
Telephone 7232And not to detract from the volume of home town buying but to :

Estimates Will Be Cheerfully Given offer the services of the business houses of West Palm Beach Kitchen Kook :':::' ':'I-.;'?';" '::

for the purchase. ,of such articles as are not available in the
John S. Opdahl Everglades communities. Gasoline Stoves Prescription. SpecialistsTrusses

"The purpose of our message" said one business man "is to

I promote a better spirit of cooperation between the people of I. We also carry a full line

Estimates SatisfactoryGiven West Palm, Beach and those in the rich back country." of parts

Service .
,; .- ::,<:
910 South Dixie Abdominal Supports

Auto Body and Fender 'Work MARLINS PIECE GOODS SHOP '-';';', .

i Phone 2-1763: Special July Clearing Sale of W. D. JACKSON \ !);:,_:\ .

I Have your garage notify me as I am equipped to go anywhere and ,
Silks and Novelty Cotton Goods.

[do your body work at the same time mechanical work is being done ] and Company '331 Clematis St.

W. E. Bock, Prop. West Palm BeachED 7 Comeau Arcade South Poinsettia

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Wilber's' Inc
while you wait 6-6 Post Office Arcade

| ..We will pay return postage on all work brought or mailed us. ..| Exclusive wear w STYLES New York. Sample Datura ,St.

Dress Shop
-437 Datura St. Opp. U. S. Post Office 4III Exclusive Millinery.

'--r-- r"r: .; ..:: = r""o.[..,. --r: =--.d.-i..... ..,,;; Watch for our special announcements '

DAMATIS Dr. Jerome J. RamsJdl L : HosieryLingerie
TOY SHOP F in the "paper. .

Damatis Arcade Datura St. West Palm Beach Optometrist and Optician
Post Office Arcade
Party favors for all occasions, masquerade costumes, flags i7 Palm Beach, Fla. 12 Post Office Arcade 304 S. Olive St.'
noise-makers and paper hats. Toys for the kiddies. We make West' .
Palm Beach, Fla. -: '.
iibanners and badges for lodges and societies. Give us a call whenin Reasonably Priced
West Palm Beach. We are 'directly opposite U. S. Post Office.

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".L"-4'-' "" ':""" : ,,:; _-,- :> _,--:;, ',,, .....,.,:.x7. rr.':-.. -'"..... ,, -'P'r .... '" ...., -'- cil

When you tlm>t of Your patronage is solictedal

the P m Bach es .. The El Verano Hotel $3 Smsle .y ,

thmk ,of- $5 Double ,

West Palm Beach, Fla. On' the lake ,front at 1 st.St.. Jack Craft, Mgr.






ij'.i'ti'M'u'ii'ii'K'ii'n'ii'ii'iiitiMLa .'/ / 1111111/111.111.1' ter/ Loraine attended the Arcade Nellie, and Mary and Ida Forrey attended '

;I.o BolleBy NvsII,1111Sill 1 1f.I theatre in Fort Myers Tuesday. "Safety in Numbers" at the us with to the get lake an early section fall planting crop in.toma-and .

: L/ .,..,". 1111"/1,111/(11111111111111.111111" II 1111(1111111U11;:' Arcade Theatre in Fort Myers toes and beans we should reap 'a

I George Loveland Pettee Miss Hazel Gillis of Gainseville is Wednesday. good profit from our cucumber crop.
ihltins: friends in La Belle this
I Felda is located in the southern'
MISS EDNA SMALL WEDS --'r.: St- is ** ., sister: of Mrs. Herbert James L. Taylor: motored to Clew end of Hendry
county on the A. C. L.
Sirs. L. A. Morgan, Jr., Phone 369 Miss Edna Manna Small, daughterof Hall and Mrs. Elsie Stalls. iston Wednesday railroad .
: to
I I Everglades City, and .is
Mr. and -I.Irs. Rufus Small, became '
one of the largest trucking centers 'V
and the bride of Russel O. Sullivan !- Miss\ Lois Roberts of ImmokaleeIs Mr. and. Mrs. Joe Daugherty and in the county. .
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Puryear Downs.
Saturday. July 5, at Stuart, visiting Mrs. Douglas Thompson. children and Mrs L. M., ..Allen'wbo !I
Algia CurrIe left for Atlanta, Georgia :
Floiida. The wedding was performed are staying In Fort Myers motoredto
Tuesday. Hurd L. Rce\C3 spent Tuesday in rcWa
by Rev. E. V. Reid of the' First Mr. ,and Mrs. Irving PMlllps are La Belle Monday.E. .
'Tcv/icton business. "
Baptist? church in'the presence of a I visiting; :"!l". and Mrs. E. E. Edwards.
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Allen spent. .. .
few intimate friends. --- L. Roberts motored to Fort My
In West Palm Beach Dr. Ezelle entertained a few r
: Sunday After the ceremony the couple ->!-'. auJ ::::'s.\. L. Taylor and ers Wednesday.
friends at dancing and cards Tues
-''. ,evaded their friends and motored to laughter, Loraine, and Mr. and Mrs.E"t .
< C. O. Barker spent Sunday in La day night. Those present were Mr.
Palm Beach for the week end returning : O'Urien spent the Fourth at
Relic.M. and Mrs. W. P. Vaughn. Jr.. Victor EARLY CROPCUCUMBERS OF
','. Mrs. to La issue Monday. They Fort Myers Beach _
Blate. Muriel Hanson. Mr and
left La Belle Friday for a honey-
the Hofmayer Tom Smith and A. W. Sias.
.' M. Kohn representing
,,:.' moon through Pensacola, New Or- Mrs Wade Hampton and Mrs. FROM ., .. IUNDERED
.: goods of Tampa
dry company
.r leans and Atlanta expecting to return Mary:\ Hayes Davis shopped in Fort
.:. ,:' wag in Clewiston Tuesday. Red King and Arthur King. spent
in a few weeks. Myers Monday.\ FELDA EXPECTED fITH CARE-AT
.. Sunday in Fort Myers. .

Dr. and ]Mis. Tatom motored to
.. MISS PADGETT WEDS Hr. and Mrs. Carl Bekemeyer and THE CLEWISTON
: 'Lake Worth Sunday. Bobby Hare and Harvey Guthrie
Miss Faith Padgett and Vemo.i Mrs. A. L. Taylor motored to Fort Land '
Is Now Pre-
., ------ attended n show in Fort Myers Sun- ,Being LAUNDRY CO.
Price \ere quietly united in marriage :Myers Wednesday. .
:.: :Mr. and Mis. Musgraye had as day. pared For FallPlanting.
]Mr. and by the Reverend Gus Padgett of Here is music to any tired house.
: their dinner guests Sunday .
the Baptist church father of the QUEEN ESTHER CLASS MEETS ; '
Mrs. E. R. Pace. Charles Minor has been confined to'lii9 wife's ear-"Wifey dear, why not
.. bride, and was performed at the The Queen Esther bible class met "
..' room at the Inn due to an ,attack call 226 and: have the Clewiston
: home of the bride in the presenceof : at the home of Mrs. A, L. Taylor
::.s: Mrs. F. L. Tatom is spending the : of appendicitis.. I Felda will plant approximately four .
;. ; laundry do the family wash cvcryweek.
a few relatives. Thursday afternoon. After the religious .
hundred acres In tomatoes and cucumbers
: : week in West Palm Beach '
.. : ---- -. exercises a delightful musi- It's really more reasonable
;..-' Mr. Carl Hahn left Sunday for ,At this fall according to the i ..
:' The La Belle Cash Store has cal program was rendered, and so- statement of Hurd L. Reeves tax dreaded do it-at-home -
Mr. and Mis. E. E. Kelly were din- lanta. His wife will accompany him than the way

ner guests of Dr. and Mrs.\ Baily on his return to Clewiston where, moved. all their stock:, of groceriesto cial hour and delicious refreshments assessor and planter at Felda. Groundis and it ,saves you' all the work and,
has closed ,its or fruit salad, iced tea. and cheese .
TuesdayMr. they wjll make thlr future home. Fort: Myers and now being prepared for our fall '

e ___ :Mr. Hahn is employed at the A. C. store here. wafers. About fIfteen. members fere crops. The outlook for one. of the worry., V

and Mrs. Carl Burner were in L. depot. as operator. present. greatest cucumber crops ever plant.

Lake Placid Tuesday on business. ----" i David cook returned to ,his home; ed in Felda is fine, we expect to Ci-EWI'S TON'LAU.ND'RY 1

I Sam Wooclham and Earl Crawford; in La Belle after ]helping his fathern Mr.. and :Mrs.: H. E. Obrion and devote a majority of this year plant InC'

V 5' ., Papa and Mamma Watanabe left attended a show in West Palm Beach < Tampa. }' : Misses\ Laura and Rosa Doub"motored ing to cucumbers stated Mr. Reeves. EL PASO AVE.&SANBONITASrCLEMSTON : ..

1 \..: Seattle, Washington, for Clewiston Thursday night. .to'.. Fort Myers Wednesday afternoon. Drainage is not needed in the Felda .

.:.. : :. last Tuesday. Owing to the illness of Mr. L. M. -- district, with these early summer FLORJDA
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.., Mr. and Mrs. Moltz. and son ac- Allen, who is now in Fort :\Iyerd,: Commissioner Seldeu L. Stewart rains we are looking for a 'minimum

will' ,be and Col. H. A. Rider motored to amount of rain later. allow 4/our Snow ire Laundry
; .,:; ,' Boncile Stone. popular bookkeeper 'ompanied by, Art Lawrence attended his! feed store in La Belle This will 1

..,':. "'", :' i at the local bank "is spending the the show in Palm Beach 'Thurs closed after tht, week ;. .F'.<:>:-Myers: Wednesday on business.. .

; <,.-"'-',-.: week in West Palm Beach. day. -
: Mrs. C. E. Weaver and daughter = :: = : = = = = = = = = = = = = = : :: = = :
" Mrs. A. L. Taylor and little daugh- (
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;,' ':. '' ',' .::I:' Polk spent Sunday in Belle Glade .om \V :hbgtCll, D. C., vhe/o sha V Lone Girl Scout First 1 '.:

;. .:.,' : ''Jl; :' and Canal Point. ; has been visiting friends. '!

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:: /." ',V>:V : Mr. and Mrs. Fred Polk left Tues.r Dick C. Miller was in Palm Beach White ,Child ,to. Cruise
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, .' -. :i. ,., day to spend a week in Wauchula.n Thursday on business.' V FOR HEALTH 1 fj I

,; :-.:, rff::' Down Lower Colorado

:l;. 2. ,. ,.Ig-r... V: S Art Lawrence, Miss Overalls, and Dave Alston 'and John Mowry spent I ,..'. )\
':' -v-si;:. Mr. and Mrs Moltz and son spent. Thursday fishing on Fisheatiug I1YI I Remsen North of Walton flew York ( DRINK l A QUART OF MiLK A DAY }; i
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. :\ l/f' Sunday in Fort Myers."Ijf creek. ;
,:: Accompanied Parents on Perilous Expedition V I '. 1
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! Messes Harry Vaughn, W. P. A. C. L. OFFICIALS

:: V .4* Vaughn, Jr. and Lundberg spent Friday v VISIT CLEWISTON Shooting the rapids -ot the-- .. ClEW STON DAIRY COMPANY ,. ; !1

,'V I in Miami on business. '. Colorado River from above the

1 ... ..:, -\ ,, M. II.. Dorsett, Assistant General > canyons Boulder, Dam and;on camping deserts at in night close In Sugarland Highway Phone 333J

o. \':' Messes Ed Johnson and J. F. Tip- freight Agent, C. C. Blanc, Superintendent .I association with wildcats, rattle. $pY S i

:;'. ,pey spent Sunday. In Lake: Placid. j of this district, and C. I. snakes and coyotes ten-year-old "' .I : "-
', .r' I :Mary Remsen North, Lone Girl 1, jj
.-;;.; ',., i Allen. Commercial- Agent pent" OJ' Scout .of, Walton, N. Y., is the: 1 :
:" ::1. Mr. and Mrs. II. L. McDonald and Thursday in. Clewiston. They expressed 'list white child ever to traverse .
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: : 'Y children lft vacation themselves well with the lower reaches of the Grana
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." : ";. they will visit relatives at Daytona general conditions and are expectinglocal Canyon:Mexican country peninsula and to lower cross Call the ____Ul .:.... ...:.

! I and Ludiwisi, Georgia.Mr. conditions to impifve within fornia.
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the next thirty dayS. In making the trip, Mary, who i J yam; CLEWISTONFOLKS l : !

\ and Mrs. E. _E. Kelly are occupying ----- --- was accompanied by her father, '.
-. the lIon. Arthur W. North, her

the McDonald home for two I Young People mother, and a young engineer, .. ,i t ''' TilE r; TA MIAMI
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.-' weeks while the McDonalds are on carried letters of Introduction $ Z44V iiul&L '6

Organize Club At from Governor Franklin D. ..
:5 V their vacation. ;.... .
I Roosevelt of New York to the MIAMI, FLORIDAWELCOMES .. /: .... ;
Belle Glade governors of seven states of the '; '
. ; ,,: Mr. and Mrs. Roy Alston and Mrs., Colorado River basin. Each Governor YOU : <, :

J?::, Willinghain spent Sunday In Lake I granted Mary an interviewand '
I :'*: V Placid. Twenty-seven :young people from I wrote a few words for her In I II S .' ,
< South Bay, Belle Glade and Chosen I her Girl Scout Journal which she "
,;, '..-" ., I The Most t Perfectly .Ventilated. Hotel In the South.
met at Belle Glade last week and or- kept throughout the trip.
;. .:i.... |t. -,.' Pete. Wilson played golf at Lake ganized themselves into )} Mary missed nothing of the
; .;...):.,: Placid Sunday. a social club ]'highlights of adventure. Even I Storage Space Across Street European Plan
... which will be known the the of
f,.: as Bel-Cho- I story camels, found In the I
.:' So Social Club. I Mojave Desert is duly tabulated.
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: Arthur Jordan of Clearwater was These dromedaries, according to Y A
, The name of the club was taken
.' '. 1[ in Clewiston. Monday) on business I. I Mary, were originally imported
:' from the communities represented at by the War Department in 1857 .
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S. ; 'fir: the meeting. Twenty-seven ,members I I to assist Desert Expeditionary
; \ A surprise party for Ruth Knoph's Forces in fighting the Apaches.

: ;:: birthday at Mrs. L. N Smith's home have been initiated into the mysteries I "Fifty camels wero purchased l ,-1 1Tft

of the club. | and brought from Arabia," she ,, L
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; was a social affair Thursday. The The following officers were elected i, writes, "a young Turk, known as Li
.f;:. ? 'guest were Ruth Knopli, Elizabeth I lHfjoly, was brought to manage
: Beatrice Denton
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..: ;'J. Lancaster, Kitty Martin, Sto- them. The camels frightened the
.. Henry George Fairnall, Vice President; and mules and horses however and 29 x 4.40 ...:........ $5.65'

:'.:. ry, Horace Houze and Bobby Hare. Edith Wlllits, Secretary and Treasurer. proved unruly so their use was : t -Jl
.. Refreshments were cake and Rb ndoned. >
punch. Finally they were
.!. The second meeting was held ? : :\ 29 4.50 6.40
,turned loose and prospered In I ( x ... ........
last Tuesday night at the Willits
; their wild state. Eventually they
.. Miss Kitty Martin who has been home In South Bay. A beach became a nuisance hunting Scout Mary Remsen > rp Ki' jrs p. ii f rw %* <&
party so
j LONE 30 x 4.50'.....,....:. 6.45
- : : visiting her sister Mrs. L. Smith
N ; was held last Thursday night at I expeditions were sent out which of Walton, N. Y., is the
::'.' left Saturday for her home in Aavon I Lake Worth captured many and destroyed first white child to explore the T

., Park. ,I and the entire club will PC,:)e." lower reaches of the Colorado .,i; 'I '* 28x 4.75 ............ ". 7.65
: j I meet at the' Legion Hall "tonight givIng Clinnfnq Trees River and cross the ,Mexican / ? Y 4 .

i a' farewell party to one of Its i Ot.irtr. phenomena. were noted. peninsula of lower California. jAi f i
iar. ." J. K. Baker, local Pan Am'Gasoline members. I 'n the "Uael: C.u.yon the Colo- She is pictured above with her, '.J" .

0 dealer, gave a chicken: supper .. .. .; ad) ** iry vi'* surprised: to see dog Dan, who accompanied her. ----- ;i trees clinging to slight crevices ; ji
: ".:: for his employees Palmdale Friday THE SENATE SESSIONThe one hundred feet up the cliffs, streets and a population of twoor yi-tin T jS2s/

J : night. looking if the first gust of three Mexicans, two foxes, a ..M Wthtwe

.. '; -. wind would blow them over. An. ring tailed wild cat and a huge I : _ _
;" United States Senate fs in T.slneer explained to her, how- diamond back rattler.In 1 : /- J& trws JI eat Its i | ;

'" ., '...:,. ; Tom Shelly -and Plunkett attended ; special session and it is expected to over, that the sticks she saw contrast to her river adven- /t I5 [j! BigOve dso _
a (low in West Palm Beach ratify the London Naval Jutting out of the rocks at the tures was the latter part of time ti /
:._ Thursday night. Treaty, waters' edge wero f ielr roots, trip made through the desert. I -

'.\.:' which is generally regarded as an J Dltinred in cracks in the rocks to With shaggy burro on which a t ,
; important step in disarmament and emerge; unerringly in the direc- Mary and her mother took turns : .:

:,,. ; "': ., Emmett Shelly spent Wednesday world Hon of the water. riding, the pnrty of four ventured f .... "
peace. The opposition comes 3 ............ $4.95
:";.; in West Palm Beach It Is at this point t he writes in through perilous waste lalHI. : J Lifeiiuie"Guaranteed! g 1-2

'.-: ;L' from groups' who still believe in un- i lie diary she has cabmitted to where few white men had ever I .1 ...-.- .

.< .' restricted military strength as an Girl Scout National Headquarters set foot. They experienced all ..
<;. Captain and Mrs. F. Deane Duff I objective for the American Nation. "The canyon was so, deep the wonders of the desert! mirages .

, < .\::" spent Sunday in Lale' Placid. playing Such types of minds in *"" g tint if It were possible totT.cl quaking ground, mud vol. ;!
the United
: the Washington Monu- canoes and heat waves and man ; 10PLYTRUCKT1RESSaperior
':.-:: .: ,i' golf. States, Great Britain and Japan are ment on the surface: of the river, aged, by rationing their v.:m1 t r c&? )

overwhelmed in numbers by those the. peak would not reach to the supply, to emerge unscathed.The 1 32 x 6 36x6v
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: '..:' ',If; Mr. and Mrs. Dave Alston, Mr. and who believe in post which marks: tl.o height of trip ended after a three day: V 4,55". _
promoting "peaceful Rculiler Dam which Is to be built snowstorm at Ensenada, Mexico! ? ? 8,3,
VV 'f ; ;r. :Mrs. E. E. Kelly, Tom ? .., ..
: ":t. Shelly and peace. -V h..p. This Dam will flood back- the last of March. Tubes Ri-; :: priced;[

.'" ,." ::.;.;.'. 0 Evelyn Kelly, DIr and Mrs. Louts In his message to the special\ session wu-ci for one hundred miles." Now that she Is back In Wai- .:t. ,

-: Morgan and children spent Sunday the President said that the A cnake-kllllutf dog, and an- ton, Mary Is making plans .for '. to many highBacked by Friendly
( M"'v "an'ne!' whit ate onlv fish further adventures "I want .>: h- "
:; ', '.. \. in Lake Placid playing golf. present treaty is one which holds : priced tires. Values 0 Year 'Round ServiceHints
: on r'tiilays wtro encountered, as er gIrl! who Laven't Explorer) : .
: I because Goodyear
. -'I' -- the safeguards of sufficient military ;: ns hermits; trappers and Club fathers to know what I1, n possible cleaned, straight

'.<:',R...:'s 9::;.. G. V. Hudson< motored to Sebring] frtreugth for our national defense but ler.'Y men who atl'lfl to theyoullif'.l : learned on the expedition and ro ( builds MILLIONS ened. Other tires .,;
;t.G. (.:' Thursday. adventnier's knowledge share the won *rful timeI: MORE tires than any Shlfted./- '
:.," .' advances the earnest, desire of the oj t'
: '-. :" Nation for real Progress and limitation o: V.f fining times that had want to go back to Baja, i li.1 profit by Goodyear we watch jour ,tires to so' '

,. .; : :Mr. and Mis. Frank Flanders will and reduction of naval arms of mice existed, ,when the 'Colorado fornia to look for more IA13; economies when you that you get all the cxtr. '

-' .s.;.r occupy the Paul Deam home after the World. lIe declared that its rati- River was busy with steamboat graphs. to' see more Ind'ans' ::nd 1to I I 1. buy here. Now is the troublefree miles Good
(;, this truffle. explore the ruins of tlc au-{ year builds into them.
week; fication Is in the interest of the One of the most impressive cient Spanish missions And I1 ; time to get yours I

United States, and he added: "It la splits! to Mary wore the "ghost' want to learn more about Girl

: .,. -- fair to the other participating lov/ns" they passed as they sped Scouting too. I love being ,n Giil ,
', Those na down tro turbulent river In their Scout. It helped, you know wh.::ii ,
playing bridge at the Watanabe tions. It promotes the cause of good lint bottomed boat. Ehrenberg, things went a bit hard and when CLEWISTON MOTOR CO. V
Hotel Tuesday night were C. relations." This is the'position taken once a county seat and famous I had my lessons to do every day,. i \

A: : Jackson'and wife, W. -C. Owens.J. by ;majority of the Senators who chipping point for the gold that even Saturdays, to remember my| .

'E. V Beardsley and 'Mrs' !'" Claude .'J,. ,r VMS' mined in the vicinity, now Girl Scout promise and' carry. ,' ,, ., ..
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supporting ratification. pr6bons: ..to _the ,world._deserted! on."



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