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: November 21, 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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CALLS MEETING OF Nov.10.76 66 tbanhsiivmnc Nov. 13 .....1.11..1.11........ 18.2 18.2 CLUB HOLDS SECONDMEEMGWEDNESDAY- I

Nov. .11............ 76 66 Nov. 14 ...........?........... 18.2 18.2

l DRAmAGEBOARDSpecial Nov. '12 ............ 73 66 Nov. :15 ,........................ 18.2 18.2

Nov. 1Z,: .........,.., 78 .63 '. riming wilh; it the tradition of many years standing, established: I Nov. 16 ......,.............:... 18.1 18,1

Nov. n .f........... 79' 59 each for thanksgivingand 'Nov. 17 ........................ 18.1 18.1
forefathers' assembled one day year
Committee Or Nov.15....,....... 81 67 when our Nov. 19 ........!............... 18.2 18.2 Neil Stewart Elected Instructor

Nov. 16 ?....".... 82 tfl praises, to God. for' the mercies, Policies To Report; \ //of' the United States on November ; Membership
,will again be observed by the people FLOOD CONTROL .
Discuss Financies. Limited To 25.
COUNTY JUDGE ROSS 27 in accordance with the Proclamation of our President.

'..,, :.. ..The.........-..-Everglades.... Drainage: Boar Many are the blessings which v>0 TF>enjoy; and for which we are BOARD MEETS ALL The Clewlstou Glider Club held its
,,Members have received a notice of a HAS thankful. .. second meeting at the school house

'\,. .*''npoqiaJ..meeting to be) held in Jackson. Y REQUIREMENTSCongress Wednesday night with Nell Stewart
Fortunate, indeed ale we to liveiln our, country, at peace with the i
Mlle on Friday, November 28th. The FOR 1931 AUTO TAGS Vice-President and Instructor .la

Governor has made annouucemeiil, world, lending a hand to secure' universal peace, while many "of our charge of the meeting.

as to what matters will be brought Expected To About thirty members were pres-
neighbors are ,suffering almost unbelievable. privations from unemployment .
bwfoie the board but it Is understood All Automobile, Owners *i Make AppropriationAt ent and keen interest was manifested i

,,', that a special committee on "..1'011cfes" doles, Communism and te volution.!. in the future of the club. A regular
,, Must Have New Tags
our'i Dec. Session.Senator I
will report during; the meeting. Thankful are we that it Is i1ege to live in this great commonwealth business. meeting was held with approximately -
Just what is meant by "policies" ol By January 1 st. i eight new members Join-
of Florida that. offers"notJi only a place to live and enjoy A. W. Young executive: :
the board is not understood genera ing. .
over the. Glades. Ifit is a matter .' Automobile tags for 1931 are now the sunshine, 'warmth-.f.* lakes, beaches. and the beauties of nature of secretary of the Flood Control Board A committee was appointed to drawa '

fInancial on sale at the office of county judge :V. ,s* 't&* gave an interview Tuesday stating
for the
of anaugiug conditions set of
by-laws for
,which we' are -so .bountifully supplied"; but there is offered in addition the ,club. A motion
that the Flood Control Board 'was
that face the board in January at LaBelle. Under the new ruling ,of : :,, *,: was made by Victor Blate requesting ,
the state automobile 'Commissioner abundant opportunities for, profitable investment. complying with all requirements of
it would be a wise policy to give .-. ? that a committee be appointed -
., the members advance notice so tnat January 1st is the final day to purchase Florida 'is 'one of the few ,st ft that has millions of acres of tOie ,Onited States Army Engineers, to secure members. that the
O regarding[ 'work on Lake, OkeecholTec
financial arrangements could be made your automobile tags. soli- ; ; membership ,of the club be limited to
County Judge Ross has all the fertile as. yet u.ntouch'd by tel': plow and with room for several The Flood Control board has, appropriated -
The present financial status of the twenty-five,,members, the ,motion was
necessary apTTcation forms in his have f the best of improved $50,000.00 to be used by
Everglades Drainage Board cannot be of- million ,,more people. We .systems carried.It .
the, to their
,placed upon the shoulders of Governor ice and you can have; .your tags secured public roads in the'country. and either the Atlantic ,Ocean or the Gulf, government complete was decided to finish ,the glider.
survey, work the lake. The United
Carlton, He assumed the obliga by sending him your 1930 tag :" 4$ Neil Stewart was elected Instructor '

tions ,placed upon the board by other numlTef motor, and car. number. if .of Mexico. Is within, a three.'.-.hour. ,:\...'.(rive from :practically any point in States government has already appropriated of the club and will have actual
25."DOO.OO> for this, work
., governors of, the state. It must be .4fir'. title of certificate the State. ; charge of building the ,glider and instructing
and a crew of engineers are at work
at,LaBello and
said that Governor Carlton has" done
.' callon .film This community moves 'ahead., ,TEe ,rogress here has been a mighty here on the first steps, in the project. pupils.
for tag *
more for'the Everglades and, its ,people when you your 3m Louis Tonfeld,_ who was the organizer -
than any other governor. The *he 'will have 'the: form completed and thing; an accomplishment seldom, equalled. of taming. harnessing Congress is riot 'expected to appropriate = of the club was gtven a vote of

eaerai Government, plans, wnicn is ypU\ can secure ybur )fiew tag without draining. road building-not foe ";'W'm&eak1in'gs-not for the fainthearted.The the, entire ,$7,000,000 at the. thanks for his efforts In starting the
session. The work of building
: now working on a preliminary .survey delay. ff : 'l "tJ club In Clewfston. Mr. Tonfeld has
"The'sherlfC& counties in sugar ,mill is the ,most prominent structure. The largest in the the dike, and cross state waterway
that will later be used in constructinga :. : .of. all,-the ,*$& been in Clewiston for about two
dike around the southern ,shores of lid state.arA, charged, with the re- United States. The town is good -to ;;look upon,- modern clean pro- will require several years and weeks getting the organization

the lake and a cross' state..'.water'way? ponsibility!t, .of'" enforcing. the new j gresslve-sprung from nothing-yeSHless than nothing-for' just a needed.the money wilT be appropriated as gether. The credit of organizing the

is due to the efforts of..Governor' Carl. ;= law and according. to Sheriff, Hancock --V :JL club must be given to Him. A com
ton. he 'will see that the law is en- few years ago this. was one of thc' ost- inaccessible places in Florida. TEe Flood Control Board Is. goIngto
ij, ':'ti' mittee was authorized to make a
raise Its 2.000.000 by levying a
The people fpl;:the Glades: owe, the forced in Hendry county. The ,Federal Government's takhiffrover ,the task of harnessing the settlement with Mr. Tonfeld, before.
., present administration, a vote of"confidence Part of, the. money derived,from the ) tax on the lands embraced, in the
'... he left Clewiston next Saturday. It
1- flood waters of Lake Okeechobee. and.. utilizing those waters for navigation Flood Control District. This money
tags"go Into the !
for their work. Men ,have sale of automobile s'
was decided to hold regular weekly,
fought the ,'baitles 0'< of the residents: ,ot school. ,funds..<,vin.-. *: the.';"coUnt p-t. in which to greatly facilitate; our rtra.*. Hs.vortaUon A conveniences is an ac- will not be raised in one year but meetings for the present and the
TIl;. will be, raised over a period of years.
the Glades who are' not f. >. with the present board of. administra- 4. 3ft t .
', ful for the tireless efforts of our-Gbvernor, for his 'assistance In'bring-! tHe government as fast as they ,need Wednesday.Mrs.
tion. These men have stepped back? New Is:,. Neil Stewart was elected as
/ the money The.state's. share of the
and have allowed the present board \ ing this project to this stage. ,FPi this we,, Indeed, .give thanks. honorary member and Mrs. N. ,C.
: Now On Display which is
- 'tSfi i?", 9ODO,000 will be spent
to continue with the Someof
project. It is my opinion that this community :has been: blessed during the 2000000. Storey was elected mother to the club
these men worked hard and long jA"The
for :the, completion ,of the 'dikes new 1931 Chevrolet car is now past year and it is fitUn'g that w-t\tf\ Clewiston appropriately "observe'Thanksgiving There is a crew', of army' engineersin members

I on display aF the Clewiston. Motor ..:.. :. Clewiston at ,work on the prelim
around the lake. It was through their :
i.,:' Day.. '
'b 4._, I:' '. /-,; ::lfi.ue'nce.that'' the/Government f ,came9tfitdf't"41t1r ,% ompany. <,E. E.., Kelly, ,local jnanagero ,,:'::-. -r., J.o"" : ,;,,..' : r; .;.i;;::.,, "''''''rii'; '' \ :.:;;;-.',;.; ,r....':''; .nary:- ns.anl( locatingjtheproposeddike. SCOn HOTEL' -TO'
;' ...'- / -* 2 stated that he expected a carload f F. DEANE DUFF. Tlli"s "w i'k"'I'I xpe'cted to be
( 7TheY:
I( u are now-silent
4 the new' models within a few days. < ,completed early next year'after which
but their memories on with those NEWMANAGEMENT
Is coach : = = : : : =:=c=:=:=:::: := : c=::= : : =- :::::-=:: :=: the OPEN
,Q The new car on display a .-=- : : : -= : = : : :: : contracts will be advertised and
who are familiar with the details ot J
and is one of the best looking small let for the actual work of making a
the work as carried on in Washington -
cars on the "market. dike around, the southern shores of
last year. It is Hoped that great LABELLE CENTER FOR HUNTERS
The Clew stoll Motor Company are the lake.
things will come out of the meetingin
lie Chevrolet dealers in this territory.E. .

Jacksonville. E. Kelly and Carrol McDonald ,are" HUNTING EXPEDITIONS DOWN HORTMAN 'HERE DEC. 1 Roy Alston And Mrs. J.

he local members of the firm. A S S. Willingham Have

ROAD THROUGH CIVIC competed description. of the new model A return engagement of Puss Hort-
i Leased Hotel.
: will be found in this! ""'e.eks'tssue: FAMOUS EVERGLADES SECTION man's Orchestra will be given, on December .

: ot the Newi. 1st at the Clewiston Inn. ,The -' ..',\ .
local post of the American Legion :is Mrs. J. S. Willingham and Royston : A1-:; __

S P. T. A. MEETS\ TODAY Men With is all 'smiles over the fact that he is sponsoring the dance. have--, -'- leased., ,the hotel, fomeriyj'known : :" '
Cars 'Trucks u '
SOMEJROUBLE -- being kept busy issuing hunting!! licenses Hortman's Orchestra ,played in as the Scott House. Roy Alston -',

', '" Meeting of ,the ,Parent-Teacher_ Association Guns, Dogs and Equip to those who wish to infest Clewiston last month:and one of the will have active charge ,of, ,, the" .) ,.

!' at the School 'at '3:00: P. M. ment Visit Popular Seat the wilds of Hendry county and he largest crowds ever .,assembled at a hotel and Mrs_ Roy ,Alston will have'

Built On New Foundation -FridayNovemler21; ,':1930. Mrs.. Brad stated to your reported that he ,has dance was present on that occasion. 'charge of the dining room.

! For Double Drive ley and Mrs. Beardsley, .will give Of Hendry County. not seen a more determined crowd Those 'who enjoy real music and In the early days of Clewiston Mrs.

Causes Road talks. ,All members please be pres since he has been acting in the' ca- dancing 'are looking forward to the Julius Alston operated the dining

\ Break.The ent. LABELLE' Nov. 20.-LaBelle has pacity of issuing hunting licenses. He return engagement, with pleasure. room of the Scott Hotel and it was

been experiencing... a most wonderfulflux further states that there seems to be one of the most popular eating. places -

state, highway through Civic of people during the past several in Clewiston.
more' fellows going after the game
I Center is about complete, the load PERSONAL PROPERTY days. The visitors afe for the most 'this season than ever before. FELDA GROWERS During the past two years the Hotel

crew has been busy this week adding part hunters on their way to the famous Talking with several merchants has been operated under various

t about six inches of rock to the present NOTICES ARE BEING ,hunting grounds of ,Hendry we were informed that tie sales during SHIP CARLOADS managers. Mr. Alston and Mrs. :\Villiugham '
base in an attempt to make a negotiations -
county. Your correspondent observed the past week: have been far in have just completed

' good, road on the new foundation. MAILED BY TAYLOR cars fro mall parts of Florida ,and I excess of many mouths past and one I FINE CUCUMBERSGrowers for leasing the hotel and it will
The state road through Clewiston Is .
under the new rnanagemenTSun-
many from Georgia but all occupantswere merchant remarked that he had not open
set back through what Is known as
of the same mind' and deter- done so much business for the past day. The dining room will feature

'I: Civic Center for a double drive. The Cannot Secure Automobile mined to go down into the Everglades twelve months and that,"hard times" Are Cooperating -regular dinners and short orders, ,under
I state is completing one side of the of Mrs.
direct supervision
and get a deer and turkey for had no Terrors for him this year. The
! drive while the Clewiston company is Tag Without Thanksgiving., ,ur course the Clewiston News In Selling To Local Roy Alston. Southern cooking will bea

',\'t" expected to complete the other side Tax Receipt.Personal Few states in the union can boast feels good for the town. of LaBelle Produce Buyers. feature of the new dining room. A
of the double drive, however, the chicken dinner will be
real southern
' of the hunting grounds that are to and other business interests that are
, Clewsiton company has not started
i property tax notices are be found in Hendry county, and La- and we rejoice with the merchants I Felda. in the south end of Hendry served on the opening day.
; work\: on their part oT the road. With
\ ,r being mailed by J. L. Taylor, Tax Belle is the natural headquarters for uejoying good trade. It Is impossible I county, is shipping cucumbers by the The rooms have been completely
j:. i a double drive through Civic Clean and' ,
i Collector Tor Hendry county. Your all of them coming in from the section to give the names of the hunters i carload according to Information received renovated and are

It became necessary for the state to personal property tax must be paid north, and as a consequence who have gone down to the hunting : from Hurd L. Reeves, Tax As- with bright new fixtures decorating
" build a new grade ant the road takesa. .
before you can secure your 1931 automobile mercantile houses of this town are grounds, as it is estimated that before I sessor of Hendry county and "large the walls.

small degree turn Just as you, approach tag and according to the enjoying a greatly Increased trade.I the week ends more than five grower in the Felda section. Considerable Mr. and Mrs.: Alston are; very optimistic -

civic center. The Powers i State, Motor Vehicle Commissioner, in fitting the hunters up for a good hundred sportsmen will have aviled acreage was planted in cucumbers regarding the' future 61 the

Construction Company officials have W. S. McLin, no tag will be issued time while getting'that much coveted themselves of the opportunity of enjoying the early part of the spring and new hotel. In their advertisment In
declared that it would be almost impossible

until you have your receipt for your deer and turkey. a week or ten days In the according to Assessor Reeves grow this week's issue of the News they

to construct a good road on personal property taxes marked paid And !then too, County Judge Ross I "wilds of Florida." ers In the Felda section are busy harvesting are offering a five dollar meal ticK-

a new foundation and this section of by the tax; collector. .. their crops" et to the one submitting the most appropriate

the road has been giving some Mr. Taylor has been busy since Buyers are In Felda and most of name for the new hotel.

trouble.Oil the tax roll was turned over to him DEER HUNTERS ARE GOMEZ AND GRAVELY the cucumbers are 'sold F. O. B. Fel

Is expect to be placed on last month by the Tax Assessor. HurdL. da packing house. PRINCE MARRIES LAUNDRESS

this part of the road in a few days Reeves. A four percent discount MAKING' MERRY IN ARE TO REPRESENT The Felda growers have been cooperating -
and the rock there- .
finishing as soon When Prince Danioul, of Turin,
is allowed all who pay their taxes .In handling their cucumbers -

after as possible. during.the month of November. HENDRY COUNTYLABELLE MCCORMICK IN SUIT and are realizing the top priceon Italy, made' a call at a laundry to

The largo land owners and railrods. their products. A packing house personally compliment the girl who
and mostof laundered his shirts so
of the county usually take advantageof was rected there last year
-- ; the four percent discount.It Nov. 21 (Special)-This L. 0, Gravely, attorney for 1). G. the cucumbers are being packedat lIe was introduced to pretty 17-year-

.' Dreading: to face a charge of stealIng was learned In the office of the morning is. certainly a busy time In MCCormick in his case contesting the the local packing house., old Maria Rizzati. Despite the fact

,G a loaf of bread from the home of tax collector "Wednesday that the this town, and Judge Ross is one of I election of Seldon L. stewart dismissed The market has not been as highas that the' girl came '.from an obscure

his neighbor, at Pittsburgh, Pa.,' Joseph school board would not .be a"ble to the busiest men you ever saw, for it I the case last Monday. Mr. was expected earlier in the sea- family the prince ,,"aslqable.. to"re-

Drusln, 39, unemployed mId the pay the county teachers: this, month falls to his lot to issue the licenses I Gravely stated tho, case had been son bul by handling their productsthrough" sist her feminine.charm. 'and the- ,

father of 8 Tiungry. children, escapedthe unless they collected .a large amount to those who wish to hunt deer and 'filed"on fife wrong side of the docket ; the local buyers they are get little laundry maid, 'recentl'y""becamq y,

law's ..demands by hanging himself of taxes and turned' ';'the:'money over turkey In Hendry, county. He Is going .' and that his action in dismissing ting 'the top prices for their cucum the wife of the prlnce"'aUhtsj\ !*SSin-3iryiMBP; antes']

.' "'" "' to the school board-: ,, ,! c (Please' turn to page 4) : ,.' (Please turn to Page 4) hers.'i i ""'rl.. ;7 tral home. (

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CLEWiSTON NEWS eight there or furnish electric poWer WORLD-WIDE SiFTiNGS I oioneindow cleaner, who fell 25 c' advice as to the meeting place' and--,

somewhere else-it would mean loot from a New York (N. Y.) building hour.
Every facility will be
Published every Friday at uiu beginning of the end for private terminated inside' moving I used to ;
I fee? that all concerned are notiiied U
Clewiston, Florida. J Initiative, enterprise and ambition.Undotibtedly taxicab, 'after he plunged '
Karl Oepfer, of Munich, Ger., former Charging_ that a bug in a_ bottle through and that all have opportunity to appear -.
Thomas Jefferson the
roof of
the machine. He
LOUIS ,A. MORGAN .... Publisher Prussian army officer, was convicted from which he drank made him ill, was seriously before the 'National Board mem,
this In mind when ho said, That gov- Injured.
rs/ i "; 1. "'1 .
of marrying 4 women in 2 D. D. Brooks, of Anniston, Ala., has b \
Entered at the Postoffice at Clew- eminent Is best which governs least. '
days. i filed a suit for $2.000 damages againsta "Cooperation is requested in
class matter. car
second one
Florida into
Iston, as Once the government goes :
bottling company I I ring'o'nt the wishes ,of the National
.' business and extends its power be> : The little, mining' town of. Klin
r. SUBSCRIPTION RATES After he ate 1 i cream pies at one I Board representatives," concluded
ond the function of governing, it is Flon, Canada, settled two yearS
One Year ......... .?:.......................... $2-50 Y sitting 14-year-old Mike Carucci, of ago Mr. Dann "to the end that their be
time before it will ; The world's largest by a few dozen minors
matter of .
Six' Months\ ...,................................ 1.50 only a New York, N. Y., claimed the dis- electric'sign progressed no confusion nt the hearing and that
industries. The stands on top of the Union slowly until l a' small lake
interfere with all
Three Months\ ?............................ .75 ,people tinction of being the pie-eating champion Station on the p'-pry rnfnmunilv l h n alloted
will 'decide whether Me remain in Chicago, ill. It is 288 feet long and property was drained. Gold, silver / amplet'me
of the city. I In which to present Its
ADVERTISING RATES true to our old concept of individual, 23 feet high with two lines of let- and copper ores in abundance were ; story.

Forty-five cents per inch. No discount social and economic liberty, or throw I ters. found' in the take's bed and now Flin I Wn want. the .institution :Tn-- Florida

for plates. No special position our constitution overboard. favor Vvinie me Chicago ,(ill.) school in i" Flon is a busy 'place of. nearly 4,000 but unless may we work' 'tore tliI- our pastefforfs
of'no "
guaranteed. All advertising copy of socialism and paternalism. \MaLh she was burning, Lillian Golu- When a judge at Denver, Colorado- inhabitants and the terminus of a avail.

must be in this office Wednesday uoii played:: a march on the school gave Esther Matson, pretty 22yearold railway line. ,

before Issue of paper. DOUBLING ROAD FUNDS piano as her school-mates marched bootlegger, the choice of a 90 --...... I DECREASE STATEPAYROLUSSaOM

I 10 safety. *- day-day jail sentence or go to church The .woild's: finest, ', opera house
THE. 1930 MEANING OF J stands in Sao Paulo, Brazil
11 i is: :said: lhat a bill will ue in tro- every Sunday for 2 years, she decided _
THANKSGIVING A hairpin that punctured her skull to attend church.
duced in me next session of Congress:
when she fell from a chair while "When a mule on the farm of Rob
to double the existing appronatiou
Thanksgiving this year has takenon for road work. If the bill passes, hanging curtains. caused the deathof Trapped, by fire on the third.lloor ert Gilbert near York, Pa.: moved I TALLAHASSEE: NdV. 20.' -Show-

Mrs. John Kunz, of Mellen, Wls. of his home forward while licking the. ground at considerable
a new aspect. Although Thanksgiving $350,000,000 will be available for leuel in Glensoe, 111., Geo. savings in payroll expense -

was primarily religious in, its aid.'luc Daly, 85 years old, escapetfljy sliding a feeding trough. one of the. animal's- in 1930 as against '1929 and

Alter his absence of a month, Wm. h hoofs landed on its tongue. The Involuntary 1928,
observance as it is the only; religious unemployment situation and down the drain pipe. abatement Interesting to the- I

festival celebrated in the Unit- the mid-western drought have stimu- joy returned to his farm, near Lon- jerk of the mule's head taxpayers has just been issued by
ed States by authority'' the Federal lated the good roads movement. The don, Can., and found that trucks had A demonstration of plumbing when the pinch was felt caused the file State Road Department.For .

been used by thieves to haul away planned animal to bite a large piece off its the nine
has been months
Government, it long recog- construction of roads gives employ- as part of a convention held of 1930, end-

nized as a time for gathering around ment to thousands of farmers and much of the farm's surface soil to by British plumbers at Bristol, Eng., tongue. ing October 1, the aggregate payrolls

the home fires to eat a huge dinnerin others who at present have little a depth of 18 inches.A recently, was cancelled because the of the State Road Department totaled

celebration of such prosperity: as no source of livelihood, at the same or..' plumbers forgot to bring their tools Before they robbed a store in Harrisburg :- : $11209,5, )14.9S, as a ainst, 1308120.76

one may enjoy. This year, however, time providing the nation with an invaluable I one-pound mass of pins, tacks, I Pa., one of a pair of holdup for the flame period of 1929, and (j

it has grown to mean more a season asset. Long after the wire, nails., and other bits of metal Rich radium deposits that have men hit t11e' 18-year-old clerk, 1617555.82 for the same period in
of friendship and expression of good ent "depression year" is forgotten was taken from the stomach of a been discovered near Wiioerioicu, John ''Peters, on the head with a 1028.

wishes extending beyond the family the roads will remain, paying dividends I I cow after the animal! died at Long- Ont., Canada, give promise of surpassing -' rolling pin wrapped in paper and "This cutting of payrolls has not

cirlcle. mont. Colo. : those fractured his skull. been accomplished
of the
Belgian through reduc-
in the form of fast, year-round r Congo,
This' new Thanksgiving: spirit Is transportation increased ,', now the world's richest radium sup tions_ in wages," slates Chairman
tourist travles -
seen' In the increased number or Tom. Preen a blacksmith, who died ply. Norman Flood convicted, bigamist Robert ,V'.. Bentley of the Department -
business for small "town
"friendship" greeting cards which are chants and lower motor vehicle mer recently at Carlshalton, Eng., willed a told Oakland (Cal.) .police he hading "but by a lopping off of sur-

making their appearance. These 1930 costs. operating his 23 children to the community.A Heate generated by rain reaching the last 23 :years besides court- plus help and by using 'more machin-

versions of the Thanksgiving message The United States quicklime was the cause of a fire married and divorced 29 women, dur- ery, particularly in our maintenance
fairly well
all carry_expressions of sincere presentiment that there 'was at a builders' supply yard in 'Velling- ing 400 sweethearts. operations."
supplied with main highways but in .
esteem, with wishes for prosperity large agricultural something wrong in his house, borough, Eng. The cut in payrolls for the nine
areas roads
foremost among the sentiments ex- 'are almost brought Charles Gaston, of Evanston, Although Carl Powell ;was so badly months of 1930 against the same
the same in
pressed. One card typically asserts as the horse-and- 111., home from a dance early and Before killing himself with a shotgun I injured in a.n 'automobile accidentnear nine months of 1929 is $93,525.78, and
days. Mud
wagon slush and
that "among the many things 1 am still barriers between the farmer snow andthe are he arrived jusf in time to extinguish In :a Vancouver (B. C.) hotel, Santa Anna, Cal., that he was unable taking 1930" as against' 1928,_ $407-

grateful for is the joy of your friendship outside worJd.Agricultural a small fire. Alex. Nyberg wrote a note of apology to walk he crawled a distanceof 9GO.S4. The present. board's term began -
," while another declares: "The to which 'lie pinned a $10 bill to 2 miles on his hands( and kneesto in January 1929/*.;,.

Thanksgiving spirit moves me to areas are entitled to By a referendum '''vote of almost,_3, pay for damage to the room. a construction camp, in an effort An item of interest 'is the tremen
good roads.
States should follow the to obtain aid for his wife and 'a dyin -
to 1 citizens of Oregon
wish :you health, happiness, and prosperity dous reduction in 'Inainfenance
lead pay-
." A natural development of the of the federal government and the idea of prohibiting manufacture? Win. Whiting, of Port Kells, B. C., r friend both of whom were also rolls. This it mva .643,33&42 for

broader Thanksgiving:: : significance is ed encourage the construction by every practical meth- I sale .and. possession ,of cigarettes.t i is the owner of a hen that has a rec- injured. Powell expended 11 hours in the first nine months of 1928, was
of year-arouncl '
his 2-mile crawl. .
seen also in the Increased number of farmtomarket'roads. I -- ord of laying 353 eggs in 353 consecutive educed to $538,705.93 in 1929, and
: Comment, by neighbors, on their -.
greeting cards designed especiallyfor days. stands at $469,620.31 this year. In
close resemblance, resulted in reunit- Recent scientific experiments revealed -
Mother, Father, Buddy, Sweetheart i -- tills connection, the Chairman notes.
Folks." THE HOME TOWN PRESS I mg !Mrs..' Floyd Braytori and Airs. The use that the natives of East Africa
or "Home Cheerfulness per capita of cigarettes in there has been a great addition to

.is the watchword sincerity the I Floyd Walters, sisters separated( the United States is now 1000 'a year. are entirely immune from the ravages the mileage under maintenance-in

keynote of all the cards, which are When we read the larger dames,- since .childhood, after they had lived, The federal: Government collects 6 of diphtheria and scarlet fever. excess of 1,000 miles more road In

invariably In appropriate narvest- 'boUt all we see is crime. It's ,jest me : within a short distance of each other cents tax on every, 20 cigarettes.It 1930 than in 1928.

home colors of russet, yellow, buff same ail over, in any,state or clime. I for almost a year,. at RichfieldSnr While Mr. and Mrs. A. J., Hardy, At this time the Road
But 'i i iiss, N. Y. .-4!( j is believed that ; of Ardmore, Olda./''were motoring to Departmentl1
and gold.Thanksgiving. when we want. to'ge right down Masonof 30 paving, 21 "grading *and* 19

; .as it was first set to uusiuess, let's confess, it takes the I i near North Haverill, N. H., established their home from a hunting trip, Mrs. bridge projects under construction.

apart in 1621 by the Pilgrim Fathers country paper, thet little home-town IWhen 11rs.Vm.. E. Stage, of Buffalo at least the state record for Hardy was shot andfUe'd: by their' for an outlay of .$10,422,190 and Det- l

gave pause for contemplation of the press. Jest think when it's a suow'n, N. Y., was unable OT release the picking potatoes. He picked and dog when the animal pawed the trigger torment and reconstruction items

bounties of the harvest and was dedicated en a Dlow'n'. en' yer.. blue. Jest PICKup tail of her pet dog which was caughtin sacked 275 saCKS of potatoes, totaling of a shotgun in the car. covering $1,030,261.

to the that a washing machine, the animal 280 bushels in 9 1-2 hours.
of offering piece .
purpose sunshine
a en' -you scan .. ... in the From HE inception 15 years ago. to
thanks to God. By 18G4, when the its pages through. It makes you feel was freed from the machine by city Nearly 25,000,000 persons this term the Department has, spent

day 'f first attained the distinction or lots different; lcinda plrks: you 'up a firemen who responded to an alarm When R. L. Dunn, of Los Angeles, United ,States' now receive; ,daily .mail S81.SJ8.25S! on construction. and 511-

becoming a national holiday by presidential bit. Cuz, yo've 'look't the paper over, turned in by the dog's owner. I Calif.,, tied one end of a rope. around servijjc; < ov !, ,43,540. rural. mail rqutes. 737,53G on maintenance and betterments -

proclamation, it was a war- en absorbed the most of it. There his! neck and the other end to a

torn nation tliat i followed Abraham aiu't so much excitement, when you More than 5OOO.00Q'pounds of' mail light. fixture, and jumped off a chair, SOLDIERS, HOME OF'IGRT.BE' ; ,

Lincoln to church and<: bent its kneesin read the news' the's there. But' it are carried annually by planes m he accomplished nothing more than

praj'er. The new' Thanksgivingwas make's us feel lots closer'er, its. a the United States air mail service. dislocating the fixture. He still FLORIDA RURAL COMMON SENSE

s- born or the World War and its I neighborhood affair. Then think about pursued death by cutting his throat. a By Spuds Johnson

atfermath, 'when the great need of the feel'n', when( some love'd one's Thomas Andrews, of Princeton, That didn't kill him either, so he

. gathering' together- family' ties, of left to 'roam. En they get the hometown Mo., is the owner of a ;UU-year-oa) slashed his wrists. He is now recov- State Committee 'On National SFUDS, AND MARY PLAN

standing together, brought a general paper, news! of 'folks back apple tree that, produced its annual, ering. TO DEVOTE MORE TIME

urge toward neighborliness. and wider there at home. Kinda, start's their crop this year. *. Soldiers!,,Home Is .. TO CULTURAL THINGS-

friendships. blood a, move'n" bring's back memories J The United States Army is the Prepared To Make A ---:.

of 'yore. En before Missing for 2 months, a yearling first military organization in the '
they really
Demonstration. Along aO >J.lt'this time every year
HARD ONES TO ANSWERA know, They'r at home again once steer was found in the crevice of a world to use talking pictures for the
most of us begin to look back and
more.-Frank Bush in "Uncle Oys sfraw stack _on a farm near Logans- training of armed forces.A .
port, Ind., where it had accidentally! J AtKUN: :::; v ILLlf;. The i<'ioriaa make a mental survey of what we
Talk on.CUl'1'.ent in
decisive reply to advocates o'r Topics" the Watseka -
have the
accomplished during
(Ill.) Republlca'n. fallen" The animal, still alive, had plunge from a '10th-I or windowof State Committee on the ,National Soldiers year.
:government ownership and operationof We to ourselves that we will try
----- been reduced in weight to a mere a New York (N. Y.) hotel killed Home is fully prepared to present say
industry is piesented by S. JM. Florida's to do some things next year that wehaven't
Mears, President 'of the'Portland Cordage DANCERS. MUST PAY PIPER skeleton. 3b-year-old Robert Brownfelder.. case. to the subcommittee -
,-- of the National Soldiers Home done at all this year, and
Company, one of the ijacilic other will to do better.,
Northwest's It maybe' said of the Governor of When $149 In bank notes disappeared Bandits worked so quietly when : Board which Is expected to visit Florida things we try
\ pioneer industries, in an and 1 have decided
One tiling that Mary -
advertisement in the- Portland Oregonian Minnesota as Shylock said of Portia, from a cigar box in a J.an- they held up a telegraph office at.. in the very near future and holda i
to do next is to spend
which gives that he Is "a Daniel' come to judg sing (Mich.) store, It was sound i.uil"mice Los Angeles, Cal. that Detective U. : hearing in Jacksonville accordingto year

why government, activities eight reasons in all ll eut... Confronted with a general demand had taken s the currency aria L. Stevenson, who was guarding the a statement made here today by more time and money for what is

countries are "'slo\v. wasteful and incompetent" for .a reduction of state taxes used it in the construction of a nest., office in anticipation of a robbery, Herman A. Dann, of St. Petersburg, usually called cultural things.To .

begin with we are going to try 0
chairman of the State Committee.
he "I knew nothing of it although 'stood
and should not be extended says: may be a little old-ta .
of the
world is operated at Reseda Cal. It "The State Chamber of Commerce, to see and appreciate more
to business. He says: shioned, but I am ready to supportthe less than 30 feet from the scene.
maintains a flock of 500,000 hens. said Chairman Dann. "will arrange' wonderful beauty that is all around
contention [
(1)) There is no hat the only way a
for results I We
for every in Florida desiring us every day here in our state.
Approximately $612.000,000 will be .
when a man works for the state can reduce taxes is to spend
gov- less ''money!" Authentic figures reveal that the available to 11,000,000 members of I to appear before the hearingto are going to visit around more, and
ernment. He -
gets just
as much for '
doing work badly as well. That is a hit that puts the ball 'United States, with 1,950,000 men, Christmas Savings Clubs run ,by do so. As chairman of the state see some of the sights that people
had the second largest Allied committee I have the from all over the country come to
army 8,000 banks In the United States.In requested
(2)) There is no fear of discharge. squarely into the bleachers. where
on the western front when the World State Chamber of Commerce to pre Florida to see, and seeing, we are
((3)) As the people, through the public the people and'their legislators mostly -
War armistice was signed. France list for the committee of all going to try to appreciate. all people -
a 93-page pamphlet, just issued, pare a
sit. It is .
treasury, pay all bills, there is no ,homely self-evident wisdom who
stood first.wit1i. 2,559,900 men and communities that will be representedat ft seems to'me that folks
fear af .a government department but It chinos like a proverbfrom Gen. Erich Ludendorff, one of GermanY':3 -
going Solomon.-From England third with 1,718,000, includ foremost strategists predicts the Jacksonville hearing. live In the country ought to be in
bankrupt. the Atlanta
[ Likewise
there Is no and her
lug 75,000 Portuguese. "I wish the fact com- closer harmony with Nature
danger ot losing customers. The aim Constitution.DETROIT. another great European war in 1932. to erilphaslze
of the government employe is to '. 1 Because he painted several of the resulting In the annihilation of Ger- munities need not send large delegations many beauties than any others. As a
avoHl wfiulow frames in his Baltimore many. to Jacksonville," said Mr. Dann. rule, this is not true.
mistakes, and the Jess lIe does a
the fewer mistakes he will make. CHEVROLET PRICES (Uld.) home on Sunday: Harry Good- "The subcommittee of the National Another thing we are going to do

((4) Time Is man paid a fine of $6.45 for viola An Albino deer, one of the rarest Board has notified me that only one Is to buy and read a few good books.
is a relief no and consequence a comfort. anddelay HAVE BEEN RED CED tion of the blue laws. native animals in the United States citizen will be allowed to appear for In these days a farmer is expectedto

(5)) There is no personal responsi- is roaming the forests. in Potter a community and present the facts to keep abreast of the times just as

bility In- a government Talking picture equipment will be county, Pa. anyone particular site. Duplicationis much as any business or professional
((6)) Mich.-Prices on the installed aboard every ship In the U. to be eliminated and 1 delegationswill I man,. and most of us do not read
There is no competition. The
government : new Chevrolet line for 1931, as announced I- S. Navy by July, 1931.. In his effort to escape arrest on a not be allowed to take up the enough to do it. Of coure we have
bureau I
pleases without fear can do as, it here today I uy president. charge of rouucry. ChaVles Green time of the hearing by. a series of always subscribed to the home paper

of having a-more S. Knudsen, range from $475 to $650 and the farm papers, but next year
efficient made a' thrilling leap of 25 feet from speeches iu support of projects.

away from competitor it. take business as against 5495' to $685 for the' 1930 I Coach ............................ $565. 545 ?20 the third story window of a Hagers- "General Wood and General Ire we are going to take two or three\
(7)) Routine ,Is more Important car. 'SSTS? Standard Sedan, ... .. $G75 $635 $40 town (Md.) building and landed In a land, who will comprise the 'subcommittee good magazines that we have been O

,Borvlce. Red than Price' reductions range from 20 to Special 'Sedan ........ 5G85 $650 $35 policeman's arms. visiting Florida," continued wanting for some: time.
; controls activities.(8L'Tliere as much as '$40. 'A comparison ot In addition to the price changes in Chairman. Dann, "will notify the We are malting plans to help out
I is no enthusiasm. old l and new prices'follows: the passenger 'car line. Mr. Knudsen The death penalty, abolished in statq committee as to the time they with some neighborhood sings that
frh n' !j tliry will our socialist; Model OP NP Di L also announced reductions in the Italy in 1881, has been restored not will arrive and the "hours of the hear- are to be held. Most of us don't sing

71ds are unable to r: t away from Roadster .... $495 5475 $20 Chevrolet commercial car lino. The only for cases of plotting against the ing. As soon as this Information is enough anyhow. We experience emo-

them' Plnln forts.! Nationalization of Sport Roadster .......... $515 5495 ?20 commercial chassis has been reduced safety of the state but also for grave at hand It will be given statewide tions while singing that we do not

11"u, i''oas v.nnrT, not only mean that Standard Coupe ...... $565 $535 $30 510 to a new price of $355, 'and the criminal offenses. I publicity and all communities notifying get any other time. Our radio bringsus

"'"i v "nniPTif. tvonlfl write an insurpoHrv 5-WIudow Coupe new model 5545 I Sedan Delivery $20 to a 3\v price the. State Chamber of their desire some fine music but It is not quite

"'10 here caVry a ton of Sport Coupe ..... ..... $615 575 40 of $575. The downward flight of Andrew to be heard ,will rcelve telegraph'like taking part In it yourself.

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' ,fRleYN VEr.1EER :21 1, 1)3'O'-!) CLEW1STON NEWS. CLEIVI...-: Old r. FLORIDA ,. PAGE, "::7HRE6
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F. Doau Duff', Adams, Xowlinjr, Mica UpsHou sorority.)". 3Ir. Shelley, who Is I home with a stubborn attack of ''grip, ure ,and 'comfort of the players. of the

I Marion Leydig, Mr. J. E. Beardsley j tIle son of: Mrs. L, S. Shelley, Is a and her numercus friends will be nationally popular game.

and George Smedley. Members from former resident of Cuthberl, Ga. delighted to hear of her recovery.
i) fJ the Moore Haven, South Bay and For a' couple of hours the game

Belle Glade clubs also attended. The Mrs. L. R. Siricuiunu was hostess Bean growers In LaEelle and the went on, first one then another

hostesses, Mrs. Wright and Mrs. H. t;, the Sc"r:' s.ud. So Club at her home Felda sections are feeling better moving uP. to tho high score mark,

Mrs. L. ,A. Morgan, Jr.. Phone 36a R. Hall served delicious punch and Thursday afternoon: The club was since tho rise In prices for their only to see another get ahead, but it
I'o. I cookies. reorganised and tho name changedto crops have been, announced .according -: was all done in a spirit of fun, hence

i Campbell Nail, Earl White and Did J: Mr. and Mrs. Adams, Mr.. and Mrs. ---- The Clewiston :Sewing: Club. Of- to advices! from Tax Collector tho competition was all the more en-

f White attended the dance in Belle R E. Kelly, A'lrs. G. Small, Missesiuncia D, O. Hatch motored to .Pa.ilal i I cera were elected Mrs. ,H. McDuffie 'l"aylor.n(1\ Assessor Hurd Reeves, joyable. No special effort was madeat

Glade Friday night. : Stone: Josephine Knight 13eutrice lit ..h.h Sunday: to at find rile theatre. I Pr;3.; Mrs. C. Christian, Vice-Prosi- who are interested In crops at,Felda. decorating the rooms for the occasion
, Kettl, h. A. SmithI1's.. \\ C. _. \ucnt; and Mrs C. L. Nail, Sacretary and it was rather an informal affair -
rL .. '. I .
: .'' \Miss: Ula Jacobson was guest of her Hooker, .Messrs. Charlie Minor, Glen l. I'. Loggs spent the weeK-ond in and Treasurer.; Members of the club WOMAN'S CLUB OF but highly enjoyed just the
: '
. Herd J I:. Baker. D. O. present were :Mrs. T. J. Geiger, Mrs. LABELLE ENTERTAINS
relatives Mr. and Mrs. Jacobson In St. Petersburg as:: guest; of reiatived. same, as the women of this town

: Moore Haven Sunday. G. JJisg. J. A Plunkett, Hatch1'1' iL.' L. Love Mrs. Urey Waldron, :Mrs. I certainly know how to give you an .

Paul Deam, -A B. Cherry Dr. MISS EVELYN KELLY IS Cflntrcll, Mrs. I. H. Stone and Mrs.J. LABELLE, Nov. 20.-You may cry evening of enjoyment. at cards and

'0' \V. L'zelle. E. Hester.. Delicious refreshments "hard times" all you want to, but the
Misses Jamie Williams Sara Green BRIDE OF TOM SHELLYA I this evening was no exception at all.
folks of this town have burled "Old
were served by the hostess.
Herbert After the contest concluded
: 'Josephine Knight, Messrs.\ was
Gloom determined to make of
: hate, A. W. Sias and John Simmons j. X. Brand, Wilmington, N. C., wedding of much interest to a j Mrs. Roycr and Mrs. Hill who

:. (attended the everybody is of the opinion that to seemed to be masters of ceremonies,
Friday night.. and R. .A. McRanie, of Jacksonville that of illss Evelyn J. Kelly, I
.'.' accomplish such an end some pleas I attended to serving cake and coffee
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Kelley
assistant manager, were in t
Louis Gravely, :Mrs. Gravelyand must be Indulged in hence 'to the dellgin of all. Following the
'Ciewiston Thursday on business. and .'11'. Tomas B. shelleY::) :::)un. ures
JJroadus Gant.
Darnell Hall and ol little visitors Fort
J son, were to the ladies of the announcement of the winners In the
Monday evening I
':. day, Nov. 16 at Daytona. Dr. T.: H. McConnell -
Moore Haven, were in Clewiston 1.1)ersIonday, the Colonel going I Woman's Club gave a benefit bridge contest was made. Mrs. Louis Gravely
performed I
the at
Sunday. Casey Jones made a business trip ceremony down to transact some legal business. at their club rooms in the Ev- was awarded a beautiful cake for
the Presbyterian church in !
Canal Point Tuesday Daytona I
to night.
: the ladles high score while Mr.
': I witnessed ertt hotel, at which five tables were
by the immediate
: Sam Woodham, of Pahokee, was families. only Harvey Cox after spending several laid for the occasion, with several Roach was given a beautiful cake

guest of his sister, Mrs.Bessie Cul- Mr. W. D. Harris spent the weeK- The bride days in Tampa and Fort Myers, hostesses on hand to see to the pleas- I for holding high score. for the men.I" .
broth Friday night. end in Lake Worth with his family. wearing claire chiffon has returned to his home In this city.
and lace : : : :::::: -
Mrs. Harris and children returned carrying a shower boquetof : : : .: :: : : :: : : : : {I

Mr.: and Mrs. Roy Green and son i i with him and will make their home lavender chrysanthemums, entered :Mrs. E. E. Edwards the justly "

Roy, Jr., motored to Belle Glade Sun ill Clewiston. the church on the arm of her father. popular hostess at Hotel Everett, 1 I II
, with \ V 1 / 7
t day., -- .She was attended by Miss Beatrice spent several hours_ in Fort Myers Satisfy him Y

,. 1'. J\.. uum, or Liauene, is spending Marshall, In a boufant blue satin i
Monday friends of
: -- greeting many
U. II. Hoxvell returned Sunday from $U111e time in Clewiston on business. frock and carrying an arm boquet of former days. This lady informed the Pure Guernsey Milkfrom *

Lakeland where he has been for the chrysanthemums. J. A. Plunkett was writer that, Mr. Edwards is spendinga O 4r
:bam: Woodham and Clarence, Mayo best man. Mrs. Robert S. O.Have'rplayed
past few days.Mr. few days In Illinois, having, been'caJIed
oL:: iahokcu spent Sunday in Clewis- the Lohengrin march as the up there on business matters. the GSMr.

and Mrs.\ Ford and Herbert ton as guests::; of Mrs.' Bessie Cul- group approached the altar. Following -

iJiato spent Tuesday in Pains ueacn breth tile ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Shel- Duane Cox spent Tuesday in La-

ley left for a short motor trip of the
Belle enjoying the day with his V
Mrs. N. C. Storey was guest of A. Saint Amand spent the. week state. They will make their home in mother and sister. Mr. Cox resides: in

friends in Miami for the past week end in West Palm Beach. Clewiston where Mr. Shelley is con- Fort Myers.It .

::: end. nected with the Southern Sugar Co. -' "
: The regular meeting of the Girl Mrs. Shelley is
a graduate of the
is with much pleasure that your

,. Harry Vaughn of Canal Point spent Scouts was held Thursday afternoonat Daytona Beach high school, class of correspondent giveS out the glad news I CLEWSSTON DAIRY COMPANY i

..- tho weekend in Clewiston with his the school, house. They We're giv- 1928, and has studied at the Florida of the improvement' of Mrs. Collins,

family. en instructions in basket weaving by State College fr Women where she hostess at Tuscawilla Lodge. Mrs. Sugar land Highway Phone; 333

:Mrs.: G. J. Aluands. Present were was made a'member of _(
the Theta i Collins has been confined to her

.', :. Dr. J. W. "Ezelle spent the week-end :Misses Betty Spicer. Mary Bush, Evelyn -I

in Miami attending the Florida State Hare Lily Merl Wynn' Mildred

L Brantley, Roberta George, Mary
.. Dental Convention. -'--
Louise Oglesby and Mrs. Jeff Brad
." Misses Elta "Whatley, Boncile Stone I ley. -
:: : Elsie Hare. Frances Monroe, Messrs. ..
J, McFarlm, of Miami, is spend- ; I .
Troy Puryear, Floyd Royal, Casey I
'a week in Clewiston business.
ing on
Jones and Prewitt were guests at a ., ,
dancing party at the home of Mr. Bill
Lester Von Gerichten has returned ,
Bolton and Mr. C\harles\ Clutter at ".>: '.<-:?- /'-' w'J&gv..Vv -. i rS.
from a ,trree weeks \visit in Ca'nada.1l" .
Miami Locks Wednesday night. "
: ; : v jVt
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': ; :. Green .\ ., ana Mrs. J. H. Williams, or T't. -' 7 '-''&%$ -.V" v* "
Mrs. Roy accompanied by x--> i.
I. .Mrs., Florence Ryan and a part.;Y' or Lauderdale, were. week-end guests at ; k : v Sii H\v'\ '

tie Watanabe hotel the. past week ""S.
friends from Moore Haven, attended j I ; ,
..qj) tile theatre in West Palm Beach Mon- '
H. A. Lathan of Avon made
Park Ii .
a. business trip to Clewiston Monday.B. I'

Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Baker: and baby ::

B. Rogers of Jacksonville "
was I
Betty motored to Palmdale Tuesday . .PRESENTING-: ,
o ',:" .', on business. In Clewiston a few days this! weekon ,',' ', (' "

? business. ,:: :;'r ,t' '>' l'l'l' :. -if ; .
> Mr. Rodgers, of Jacksonville, was a
,:. ; dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. K. William E. Hunt, of Pittsburg, Pa., '
,.'.. Baker Monday. one of the Government surveyors, arrived S ::;
here Tl1 rsday.
:. Bob Hancock and Louis Morgan .. $.. .. S
'i : M .
Mr. and Mrs. T. V. Watson motored ', .
" : ',: made a business trip' to LaBelle y ,
. Tuesday. to West Palm Beach Wednes
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..:!.. ., 1 day. ,: : Today the Chevrolet Motor never: :was Fishers fine craftsmanship more ., ,',

;-:" .::.. C. O. Hart and Jimmie Dent, of I ," _' .. Company I the Bigger evident than in the bodies- of the new'Chevtresents 1

'; ,- .,:, Pajrn Beach, were business visitors Mrs. Allen Powell and' two daugh- and Better Chevrolet Six a rolet Six! They are roomier, more comfortable _
.: to Clewiston Tuesday. tees, Phillis and Jean, of Ft. Myers, .. ,
: '
; .? and throughout exhibit that attention
spent the week-end in Clewiston. ':.', new model of the six-cylinder car which hasenjoyed .
:: ;
';'i'J. ;r to detail which IS the basis of true quality. .
: :,:: : :" H. Janes, of Tampa, was in Clew- ,. : ._ such wide popularity. In both the ,
. .. istou Tuesday on business. Miss Josephine Knight was guestof '. .
chassis and
: body, will find expressed as
." ., you Mechanically, too, the new Chevrolet Six is
relatives in the
:, :; : Myers over
} ;.' never before, Chevrolet's well-known policy better. The wheelbase is The frame
;'.: Messrs. E., E. Kelly, Tom Shelly week-end. longer. '

" ..<. ;',': and J. A. Plunkett spent the week- .," of progress through constant, improvement. stionger. The steering easier. The clutch

.. ,: end in Daytona. Mrs. Kelly returned Mr. T. V. Watson made a business "., more durable. There is a smoother, quietertransmission.

,- ..... with them and will be in Clewistou trip to Belle Glade,\Monday.. -- The new Chevrolet is longer, lower. and Wherever finer materials and

. for several weeks. ,strikingly smart. The radiator has been
; more advanced design could increase Chevrolet -
Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Davis left the
deepened and its appearance enhanced by a and
Mr. and Mrs; Neil Stewart were past week for Winter Haven where quality economyimprovementcurving

week-end guests of relatives In Co- they, will make: their home. : tie-bar and chrome-plated parabolic has been made., The new Chevrolet Six is an

.a%_,,.) S coa. headlamps. The long hood sweeps back outstanding achievement-it is the Great '-

:... ,Mr.. _and: Mrs. .J. K: Mowery, Sr., I gracefully: into the new body .lhi s. And American Value!

'. 'Mr. C. M. :Allen, of Lake Wales, of Chicago, an.fl'\ and Mrs. T. E. .. -
c : commercial agent for the A. C. L. Gontennan, of St.: Louis, arrived i

'' ;:. railroad, was in Clewiston Thursday. Tuesday afternoon to spend the win- )) )) AT WEW lL.@W ll..DRiaJ S (( (<

orwith Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Mowery,

.:::. :'. W. S: Hill of Lakeland, was a business Jr. \ Chevrolet has long been one of the lowest Better Chevrolet is offered at new low prices.

.' < visitor to Clewiston Thursday. priced cars in the world. Yet due to the Come in today. See and drive the new Chevrolet -

: ,. Dave. Alston and Arthur Lawrence savings of volume production mid increased Six. Learn the economy of owning a
: .
: It. II. Howell was called to" his left Tuesday night for .Tampa for a ; manufacturing efficiency, the Digger and modernIlinequalitysixcylinderautomobileThe

.,", : .. home in Lakeland Friday on account few days business_ and.., pleasure trip
.' :.. ,< of the Illness of his baby. .. combined ne Sport Coupe
J $510 $545 $575
', --.,. Phaeton :._;....:.:........ Coach ..............::.... with rumble seat. ".... ,
':: Mr. and Mrs. T. V. Watson made :a INTERESTING MEETING
.:: ,-- 'The Standard Standard
:J busines trip to West Palm Beach $475 $535 $635

': .' :.'", Woman's Club and Guests! Listen Tow Roadster .............!...... Coupe ,,.................. SedanSpecial .....,:............. I
";:/" :- '-., ;' : {' > -;' Enjoyable .Program. Sport Roadster Standard FioeWindow

" ,.,'.,: Mr. and Mrs. .n A. Stevenson"I lelt' $495 ; $545 l. $650
; : : '. with rumble seat. ....,.,. Coupe; ........ Sedan ....., __...,....
' .\A : Saturday. for .LaBelle to make their The Clewlston 'Voman's Club met .

t'.. ;:. .::,:: home. In a joint .session with the Garden SPECIAL EQUIPMENT EXTRA
Club Friday afternoon at the school 1 c : :
Chevrolet Trucks from ?355 to $695

E. E. Kelly, C. W. McDonald .and house. The program which was in AH prices f. o. b. Flint,* Michigan

C. Null made a business trip to charge of Mrs. Spicer was on con

' : ., West, Palm Beach Thursday. servation. Mr. George Smedley gavea

l\.A"f : I vocal solo entitled /'Gypsey Love
7 ;. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Shelley were Song." Professor Lydell, of the Experimental .,', .

greeted on their return home Tuesday ;- Station, was the principal

night from a short wedding trip speaker, giving a talk on "Pests in

+ ,:9. by a number of friends with a mis the Garden." Members and visitors
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cellaneous shower. Many useful gifts from Clewiston present were Mesdames -
were received by tlje} happy couple. R. Y. Patterson,. \". C. Owen,

Punch was served during the even H. A. Bestor, J. A. Morgan, Jr., T. V.

ing. Present were Mr. and Mrs. G. Watson, Nail, Strickland, LeYdig,- J. THE CLEWISTON MOTOR CO

B. Rnckstratf, Mr. ,and Mrs. Louis E. Beardsley: Spicer, J. I{. Mowery, Jr

! Morgan, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Worth, Roy Green, F. M. Wright. H. R. Hall, -

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newly designed and beautified. Kx- LEGAL NOTICE

terlor handles have the Protectalok
CHURCH" feature whlcli 'foils the would-bo thief: "IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF "THKTWELFTH -. .
l Doors are locked from the inside WE HAVE
simply by lifting, the door handle. COUNTY, IN CHANCERY.
MOVEMENT NOW UNDER WAYrMOMv.wrY""WSk'S Domo lights come with the coach, J. :S.:; Cottroll, Com atnant o

sedans and sport coupes. A highly V8.FORECLOSURE After completely renovating the Hotel Roomswe
Aaron Blate, et al, Defendants
polished robe rail is found in the sedan .
.xMrr'tteC+"r n\.w x.r+ in. ORDER OF ,PUBLICATION
while a silk cord type Is used STATE OF FLORIDA TO; FANNIE are now prepared to furnish to our customers'

QiiI in the special sedan. Footrests, com- BLATE, EVELYN BLATE AND :SARAH :; nice cool
fortably located In all sedans and the I BLATE: rooms home-like) manage
I I coach. are regulated from the front It appearing by affidavit rIled In
the cause above named that your sev- ment.
r, s s i t seat adjuster. eral and respective places of resi-
dence are unknown and that you and .
I Unwittingly, Mrs. Albert Eads useda each of you are concealing yourselvesso REGULAR. DINING ROOM SERVICE

I stack of waste papers in which her that .process cannot be served "
husband had concealed $1,000 in cur-] upon you and that there Is no per- I
son with the State of Florida, the .
JZ rency, .to build a fire In the heaterIn I service of a subpoena upon whom Short Orders A Speciality '. .

+ Ead's office at' ,Mt Airy, N. C. would ,bind you or either of you.
r.w+ AhN.ti1 70 ly
2 rS* Ir' 'v F ti. 3z that you and each of you, Fannie We offer to the:
1I GOMEZ AND GRAVELYREPRESENT one submitting the most
+ : ', appro-
mate, Evelyn Elate: and Saran mate,

1; ip :itc : t ( 4 i i McCORMICK\ I be and: before you are the herby said required Circuit to Courtat appear priate name for our New Hotel a Five Dollar

(Continued, from page 1)) the Courthouse of said County on
1 a'tie it, 3 If : i 1 klii 1i't, iEt + I the 1st day of' December, A. D., 1U30, Meal Ticket. Send ,or mail your suggestion to
to answer an amended bill of
tile case was simply to have it docketed '
.1 plaint filed against 'you in said Court The Scott Hotel. : .
I &o TO, cs reww, \ '' : :
.. ci the 'law side Instead of the .'
J.,, S. Cottrell then and
, ., by here to receive .
,<. 'l .o\R a n Kx K.MY0.Y a4Ww.**Anw< *v* : "
" \ chancel side of the docket. and abide by such judgmentand

i The Nation-wide "Go to Church" Movement, which is considered Arthur Gomez, who Is state senator decree as said Court shall have

; l>y its founders as the greatest and most comprehensive elect, from Key West, is associated -' considered In this behalf and this MRS. J. S.. WILLINGHAM
" made to the American people will you are not to omit upon penalty of
"Go to Church" appeal ever with Mr.. Gravely In the pase.
in the has had the judgment by default being enteredagainst
continue until every person country oppor- Mr. McCormicks contentions In
While primarily inspired as a means of
tunity to participate. the matter are, that H. A. Rider, act- The relief sought In tile AmendedBill
king.the general public more church-conscious and increasing
.n Ing as deputy registration of Complaint Is the foreclosure
'-iidrch attendance, the Movement incidentally represents a great of two certain mortgages embracinglot
-potential source" of revenue for all churches participating. It also registered 125 voters from Clewistoh 1 in Block 166 of Clew ston, Hen-
serves to bring revenue to ministers retirement or pension'funds, and that' he had no authority to regis- dry County, Florida and Lots 10, 11,
missionary and extension societies, or other denominational ter thr-e voters. He also contends and 12 In Lakeview Subdivision,

, funds of which' the public seldom hears about. that several other people helped to Lakeland, Polk County, Florida. And I
register the voters:: from the Clewis- said for other Bill set and firth.particular relief in .::5: ::::;::: :: .:.=: .:. :: : : : :: .:: : :: :::= ::

ton district. Another contention Is IT IS FURTHER. ORDERED, That
longer wheelbase, while numerous
AERONAUTICS ARE that the registration took place in this order be published once a week ,, : t, :'. .
: other changes not obvious. the eye the otflce of the Tax Collector and tor tour consecutive weeKS, to-w.it: I
combine to make the bodies stronger slfouITl;l have been done in the office October 31, November 7. 11.. 21 ami '23 '- .
: PLANNEDALREADY rigid, and as completely A. D. 1930 In the CLEWISTON '
tr-o county registration officer. l'.hnvs. a newspaper, of general 1 cir SELF. AT HOME
squeak-proof as human ingenuity can
The case will be heard in LaBellcbeToro drv County Florida
devise.A I the Honorable George W.Whileliurst. (SEAL' ) Will'nm T. Hull.
State Chamber Of Commerce surprising amount of handworkgoes for1- Circuit Court( Hendry County, .

Has Splendid into .every individual, body in y.'t""f/, A FEW CHOICE ROOMS

Program Arranged For ,the new Chevrolet series. In the application DEER HUNTERS MAKING ... .
of the exterior finish, alone, MERRY ARE NOW AVAILABLE.
Tour; Notables Will 1< 22 ,individual steps have to be taken -
Take Part.lACKSONVI'LLE.The. along the line. ranging from the .(Continued from Page 1)
cleaning of the metal with an acid ".; '
solution on through the glazing and after the work with smile REASONABLE RATES .
second an- a however, -
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nual All Florida Air Tour; sponsored wet-sanding operations? the' Cr .sand- and. at ,the :last', moment"he had issued ';'"::.. -'PHONE"339' ""' "

by the National Aeronautic Association lug and application of a mist coat, up to more than fifty licenses during HOMELIKE SURROUNDINGS

under the direction of the Aviation to. the final Ducolng, touching up, and yesterday and today. Of course he ..-.._ "'. ." ." h'>-' .... '"

Bureau of the Florida State striping. ,has issued several licenses prIor' to
Chamber: of Commerce will be held The combination steelandhardwood this date.

January 11 to 25, '1931, according to method of body constructlin, Hunters are rolling in from all .!. FOR SALE TRY OUR SUNDAY DINNERS
the most durable and desirable knownto .
a statement made Paul E. sections of the state
today by and many cars One Millibn Ruby King Pepper'Plants
Grassfield', director of the State the industry, Is continued, although 'bearing, Georgia and South and ,North
Bu-I one fourth now ready. $2.00
with ch
important nges'at
reau. Carolina tags, while the usual quota
"The tour will begin at Miami vital points. The now roof construc- of Hendry county hunters have gone per" .thousand at farm. ,

lowing the "All American-.Air' R fOI'1 tion, for example, Is now a separate. to the woods. V{. O. CRANE, CLEWISTON'S POPULAR HOTEL

said Director Grassfield. "Twbvwe1jks assembly known as ,the slatand.bow'h'pe. 'Talking with those who claim to POMPANO, FLA. .

will be taken up in covering the I the strongest known:to the in- knew tho information has been given 4t Sept 14-Dec 5I ', .

State during which time a series ot dustry. The bows instead of being your correspondent that the numberof

Air Races and Stunt Hying programs I steam bent, are cut to shape so that licenses issued this season will exceed -

will be held in the various cities c isited they will retain their shape indefinitely. the number issued for the past I THE WATANABE HOTEL

by the Tour." Double steel braces easily _ac several. years, but this is more conjeCture 1

"The National Aeronautic Associa- cessible for servicing ,replace the than otherwise. as Judge
tion will be represented during the wood strainers formerly used along Ross has not given out any figuresso JlAUNORYJU :4 MRS. CL'AUDE DOWNS, Manager.

Tour by Fred V. Blair, of St. Peters- lie sides. of the roof, and strong fir. but it i is certain there are
burg, Florida, Governor of the Asso- steel braces are now used at the plenty hunters in .the :woods, and it J'1ia '. ':'. ... '

ciation, and Muck Freeman, of Jacksonville corners to add to the roof rigidity., half of those who are hunting get ;:;:-1' :.; ':

Tour Manager and Official The roof structure Is thoroughly pad game, there will be some game killed '... .' ; : J : .' ,
Representative of the Association in ded to prevent drumming and is and 'we wouldn't fool you. Icbe N

Florida during the Tour. covered with a material consisting of AUND: R IN J
two layers of fabric bound by an inner iI i iTHE'
"Preliminary plans for the event"
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continued Director Grassfield, "in- layer of rubber.Antisqueak 666 t ,
clude aerial circuses, gilder flights, material in liquid; rubber .i

model airplane contests and races dough or friction form is'usedbe- Colds and ,HeadachesIs .'

with prizes offered for the successlul tween all steel braces and,, their respective ,a doctors prescription for CO.

entrants at the various stops. Inter- wood parts. As a\'[further aid It is the most speedy remedy known. When dress shirts and fine linens

est in the Tour this year is greater to quietness,. Insulating: material is
than last, which was the initial ven- used wherever wood touches metal. 666, also in Tablets. cost as much as they do today,' they

ture of its kind In Florida., More Exclusive patent ,rights, just! obtained should be' carefully laundered. Here 11W ONLY

planes and a greater variety of types, by the I Fisher, Body Corporation e ] -
are being lined up for the 1931 Tour I for a new type of spring, never you'll find the 'peak-of-p erfecton! in

than was possible last fall. 'before used in automobile seat construction both fine laundering'and fine service. TIRE FACT

Tentative plans call for stops at assure greater comfort for

Miami. West Palm Beach, Ft.' Pierce", the passengers. The coils of these P OWE R
Vero Beach, Sebring, Wauchula, Ar- springs are larger, with strips of bur- Cf

cadia; Ft. Myers, Sarasota, Lake lap running lengthwise to separatethe LAUNDRY, inc.

Wales, winter Haven, Lakeland'Tampa rows, of,.coils. EL PASO AVE.& SAN BONIT ST.
Orlando, Cocoa,. Sanford, Palatka, In the sedan 32 coil springs make 4 CLEW/STON FL ORDA2cour
Daytona Beach, Ocala, Gainesville, the front seat'unusu lIy resilient. ,. and C 0 MPA N
Millions more people ride on
Tallahassee, Lake City, St. Augus 45 coils 'are in the rear scat, nine Snow ere laundry

tine and Jacksonville," says Director more than in the 1930 models. Over Goodyear Tires.

Grassfield. "This year 'the Tour will the springs is placed a thick layerof And the reason is-
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touch West Florida as .well as the padding, and the seats are trimmed : : :
West and East Coasts of the State." with a "Turkish" front, with tufts It costs no more to bit, and

Director Giassfield and Mr. Free- and buttons ranged along the front PALM BAKERY \ \ less to ride onTIRES

man, who will be in direct charge of side of the cushion, .a style of trim ,
the Tour, will begin( at once a trip which adds much to the tailored -
to the various prospective stops to beauty of the interior. Patronize your home industries. 6 >>1Y'Dii

outline in full the purpose of the For the greater protection of Iron

Tour. passengers, a layer .of jute' or felt is J., BRANTLEY & SON
vulcanized, this year, to the ruboer I a .

iloor mats and an insulated pad cov- = :: : : : = : :: ::".::" : = : : ::= = : :: .:. :: .
CHEVROLET DRAWS ers the entire dash to keep out heat tb
NOm ;
or cold and add to quietness. The L- t. l Cento? pa fine** 1 ;"
CROWDSPROSPECTSThousands mats in the rear compartments ot ,(0"""...'... eftrba"r- .,
the coach and'sedans are a round
"_ wire tapestry type of. great durability 440-21 450-21 600-20 32x6

of people' who thronged and in the sport sedan the carpet .

showrooms throughout the nation has a high wool content, with a new THE HOTEL TA-MIAMI
last week to get their first view ot mottled pattern. '.. r, .c::::$6.00 $$9.70' .., $15.60 $35.40
the new 1931 Chevrolet commenTed MIAMI,. '
Option of broadcloth or mohair upholstery FLORIDAWELCOMES ,, .
particularly upon the features new trimming is provided with ,' ..: :
to the low priced field achieved in every closed body in the new Fisher YOU i i .. l C" o''or prcc ) ..0

the current line of Fisher-Chevrolet line. Curtains ,on all bodies have a I -- ': ::

bodies. high luster, and .,curtain .tassels 'are "The, Most Perfectly Ventilated Hold In the South. .. \''''''xrsfd icouz.er.j-Ycar. Ftor.u uret J.3LJ.

First remarked among the new provided in."the. special sedSu and .
features are the increased size and sport coupe.. Storage Space Across Street European Plan CLEWISTON MOTOR COMPANYI
roominess made possible by the All Interior :hardware h s'b'ecu: '

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