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: December 5, 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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System ID: UF00028415:00295
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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Where. Industry And The Clewi'l.ston Ne'ws ., The Center America't

I'! Agriculture l: Nev. Sugar Bowl. .





Chairman Wells Calls on F. L. Taylor Talks on Tax Assessor Reeves is LEVEL Commissioner Hooker is

Member s Legislature Date Max Min Rainfall Subject of Bees for Due One Cent! From 6 A. M. 6 P. M. Making Preparation for

Nov. 24 ............ 79 55 Profit. Has Goods Nov. 27 ........................ 17.8 17.8
For Results at Next the County in Final Settle-
I, Nov. 25 ............ 76 53 O.OS >! Nov. 28 ........................ 17.S 17.8 Farming on Gigantic

Meeting >in< the Spring. Nov. 26 ..........., 64 36 To Show that >it >is< Pay... ment. Books In Good'Nov. 29. ...............:-........ 17.S 17.S Scale_ Coming Season.

Nov. 27 .........>.. 71 48 ing Business Shape.With Nov. 30 ........................ 11.8 17.8 -

Following, the News publishes a Nov. 28 ............ 62 51 ,< Dec. 1 ......................h 17.S 17.8
Speaking of farming
,i I letter from G W. McRory, Sanford, Nov.. 29 ............ 64 57'" On the visit of the News man ,to malice toward one but Dec. 2 .......................... 17.8 17.8 mind the fact that hero in Clewis-to

secretary of the State Democratic. Nov. 30 ............ 72 63: Felda this week he off at the no a Dec. 3 .......................... 17.8 17.S ton is
stopped spirit of fairness to all, the News is a farmer that never does thingsby
: Executive Committee followed by a Rainfall to date ......... .............. 69.86 home of F. L. Taylor, a most Dec. 4 .......................... 17.8 17.8 halves.
letter from State Chairman H. H. conge- going to give a news item that we This person is none other

nial companion and postmaster ."-at hope will settle a mooted questionthat than Commissioner W. C. Hooker
Wells. Both are important and we l .
give them to you for your cousidera COUNTY CHAIRMAN that place. Mr. Taylor has been a has been hanging fire for some SCHOOLS OF COUNTY one of the largest farmers in the Everglades -

tion as follows, the News being Indebted resident of that section for the past. .. time. It will be remembered that and head of the Clewiston

fifteen ;years. He is a !native uof, Florida some time back a settlement was apparently Packing Company Mr. Hooker has
to Hon. H. L. Reeves, county
;- having been born and reared
secretary for said letters: 'made with Tax [Assessor given us the information that he In-

Jacksonville, Florida, over in old HIllsboro county. 'I: H. L. Reeves, and in accordance with tends to plant 150 acres to Irish potatoes -
.f FOR ASSISTANCEPlaces During the course of conversationMr. PROGRESS DAILY
that .
November 28, 1930. statement County Attorney H. which seems to a small fellow -
Taylor spoke of bee culture, ; A. Rider Mr..
notified Reeves that he like
. Members .of the State Committee us, tremendous. acreage
and Chairmen" of County Committees, stating hat it was one of the Very I had been allowed $16.36 too much in of anything, but he knows what Kb

""I+ Gentlemen: Christmas Seals best enterprises one could engage!n.1 I payment of his commissions as as- County Superintendent is going to do, just the same.
I in Florida and one of the surest
I t. T' Attached is copy of letter the On Sale. A Chance 'i sessor. Mr. Reeves differed with the Stallings FeelsOptimistic. Speaking of this project Mr. Hooker -
crops produced. He then 01"mS.
State Committee has mailed to each board on the subject and final accounts stated to the News man that he
out to his apiary, where he
member of the Senate and House ornepresentatlres. For Everybody.For now his;; develop! the fact that the had now at the farm a solid car of
like 132 )
something hives working
This is our first '.. county still owes Mr. Reeves one seed potatoes, with another car on
the bees being of the big yellow. native .
move looking to harmony and results many years a warfare has cent, the books having been carefully In our rounds this week it was the way, and that the land would be
and the Italian., JB
during the next session of the been. going on for the exterminationof "t .audited. the pleasure of the News man to obtain made ready for the planting and the
Taylor and his two sons keep
Legislature.If that dreaCS disease, tuberculosis, an audience with County Super-
,up the work with the bees, and they In the outset the total sum amounted work of planting started just as
a member of the Legislature, is and the fight has, been a winning one ...-: intendent of Schools Stallings at his
tI turn out many quarts or pounds. of to $14 !2.23. The board ordered quickly as possible.
thoroughly advised of what Is goingon especially here in Florida, but the office ,at LaBelle. Mr. Stalllnga was
I honey each year, shipping to Clearwater paid to date $1498.59, apparently Said he, "we have the right land.
I in the State government and has good work must go on that we may in rather an optimistic mood and
and St. Petersburg, where the $76.36 too much. On a real audit the the seed and the help to do the work
the co-operation of the Department maintain our hold on this disease t. gave the writer a most encouragingtalk
1 get prices of $1.10 per gallon, ;acid books show that $1498.58 was to be and it is our purpose to put out one
I ; heads he is. in better shape to know and eventually crush it out. To that on the progress of the county
: find no difficulty in selling at :f1r.1-- paid, and the same records show"that hundred and fifty a res. Irish pota-
f what legislation Is needed. In some end, the County Chairman, Mrs. Alice schools, of which there are four one
Speaking of this business Mr. Taylor he was due $1498.59, leaving a (
case it might be desirable to get rid E. Hall, of LaBelle, has requestedthat [ : I at Felda, one at Sears, another at toes always bring good prices, andit
'CP informed the writer that the bee balance in favor of Mr. Reeves of
of a particular Bureau or CommIssion we publish the following letter, LaBelle and the last one at Clewis- is my opinion that we can raise
.. industry is one that Florida people one cent. ,
entirely, and if not to enact that all who can may help in the raising just as good potatoes down here as
should take to more than. they' do, ton.Of
legislation necessary to strengthen it. of, funds to fight this disease. So, I We are. giving this item merelyto course you know that the paying they can at., Hastings and we are go-
for the reason that there are so many :
I trust you will co-operate with this we are giving you the informationthat correct an impression. that had gone of taxes, especially by those who ing to make the trial."
plants, flowers and trees that grow
move( and give the letter signed by Mrs. Hall has furnished the out that Mr. Reeves had been, over- own large acreages in this county, Of course Irish potatoes have been
wild down here, besides the cultivated -
..- Chairman Wo Xs publicity in your News in the following statistical let bees' paid. The statement is made in jus- either helps or, retards the school) grown here to some extent and it is
flowers, which give
local paper. We want to create sen- ter: unlimited food from which to the manu- tice to Mr. Reeves as well as the work, for it is from that source that not an experiment with Mr. Hooker -

timent demanding constructive results "While the tuberculosis death rate Board of County Commissioners. the revenue' to pay teachers Is derived -
facture honey. It take pains and but the planting of 150 acres at
during the next session of the has declined 41 per cent in Florida When, as a matter of fact the books and up to the present time
care to do all of this according:toMr. one time shows up to be a large
Legislature. As a member of the since 1917, yet there were 1014 deaths showed careful keeping and balancedto some of the large property owners
Taylor, but the crop is sure and planting, and naturally the entire
Legislature from my county I.am an from tuberculosis last year," says within just a single penny. In referring have not gotten their tax money.in in,
profitable. j I| state will keep an eye on Clewistonfor
xious to do something, and see the Mrs. Alice E. Hall, LaBelle, Christ- to Mr. Rider, it is well to say and naturally funds for the carryingon
In addition to bee culture.M. Taylor should the scheme prove profit-
(Please turn to page 2) mas Seal Chairman for Hendry County that he was instructed by the boardto of the schools are cramped to a
has a stock of fine pigs coming. able this section ,will become a regu-
notify Mr. Reeves of the amount certain extent, but the superintendentwas
on, of the Essex breed, and they aie
: "There were 2 deaths in HendrycountyiwhichllndicatesithaUtlierelare overpaid and acted strictly in. his hopeful that these funds wouldbe..forthcoming.pronto.andNthework lar potato section.

i BAKERWILLOPEN '. .ftne.4...--. "indeedHIs'. ." ,.season sons,. are, ..plan.tjfg.want "rh-te 6"ut"' we' 'are'' deed glad tcTlet : : '. .r... 1 ."r ,' ..
vegetables each and we
S at least 18 persons ill with this preventable the readers of the News know. that will go on all right.It .
to that this thatis DAMAGESI
say is one family FIRE
;: FILLING STATION disease. living at home and raising stuff both sides have proven themselves 'will not be our purpose to enter
"The best tuberculosis into detail the schoolsat
means of preventing all regarding
right, and the public can rest as-
to live For have
on. hospitality they :
is by a good Public Health this time for it Is our purpose to TWO BUILDINGS
TOMORROW MORN sured that the assessor stands ace
'fj) 'no superiors and the News man was
: Program, protecting everyone, especially take that up at a future date. but
just naturally interested in good high as an assessor.
children, from infection and the we do want to say that the schools are
work they are doing. Mr. Taylor DOWN IN LABELLELABELLE
Just as we were going to press J. maintaining adequate health stand- all doing well with good attendance,
that the bee industry is des-
K. Baker walked into the office and ards In the community. Tuberculosis I LABELLE LAYMAN and teacher and pupil are working:
tined to be one of Florida's best bets
.. informed the News force that he was Christmas Seals which went on sale CONDUCTS SERVICE nicely. The corps of .teachers is all
in the ,future. Dec.,4 (SpecialAboutone )
going to open another filling sta Thanksgiving Day give every personan that could be desired, and the follow-
o'clock Saturday afternoon a
tion, which of course will handle opportunity to share in the pro- ing are the schools and teachers in
According to the Discipline of the fire alarm was turned in, when it
Pan-Am gasoline and oils. gram for the prevention of tubercu- OKEECHOBEE LAKE the county:
Methodist Episcopal Church, South, was discovered that the building occupied -
I The opening will take place to- losis.". LaBelle High School has two
LEVELS PLEASINGIt once a year it is the privilege of one : by the Davidson Pressing
t morrow morning and he informs (Please turn to page 2)
l of the lay members to conduct the i Club and Small Restaurant was on
the public that he will give free
TOWNSEND GROVEIS may be a source of gratificationto services of a Sunday morning. Last fire.. Be it said to the credit of the
grease job with each oil change, I
the residents around Lake Okee- Sunday at the LaBelle Methodist LIVINGSTON HOST fire department that 'the boys turned
which should certainly be an induce
chobee to know that the lake level church the congregation heard Mr. out promptly, and soon had the
ment for drivers of cars to call on WORTH SEEING.
has been about the same for the past Richards, who gave a most interesting flames extinguished, with small dam-
him. Just take a look at the new advertisement TO LARGE NUMBEROF
ten days, registering 17.8 which sermon, and had prepared a pro- age to building or property.
in this issue and be
AN OLD LANDMARK shows a decided tendency to lower gram that promises much to those While it is not definitely known
among who attend the opening
of the new station of which J. Fletcher water.. in the lake. who attended. The music was a feature HAPPY FRIENDS how the fire started ,it,is the suppo-

Baker is manager.PIAMOND It may also be a source of' satis- of the meeting also. sition that a defective flue caused

Sons of Pioneer: Now faction to the truck farmers to know In the evening, Rev. Carlon, pas- the blaze, which had it not been for

that the temperature shows that tor, delivered a sermon on the subject Superintendent is One the prompt response of the fire lad-
BALL Carrying On Work
there has .been no frosts around "The World of God." 'Observance Big Hearted Man. dies might have been of serious con-

CLUB IS STARTED Of Father. Clewiston or Felda, but just a light of the Bible Society memorial was sequences, but LaBelle boas'ts, rightly -

frost in other sections, but not. also a feature of the evening. The So Say All. of a most efficient fire departmentall
Looks like Clewiston is going to Traveling over Hendry county one enough to do any appreciable harm. observance of the Bible Society Memorial volunteers, with William Blountas

have some fun anyhow. E. B. Butler comes across many places of inter- Many of our readers jumped on us' is an. annual affair and: we Gee, but we missed a mighty fine chief, and it Is not out of order

was circulating around among the est. In fact, there is history attached 1 last week for leaving out the two ,were informed will be observed by time Thanksgiving day, but the fates I to state that Chief Blount has been

people Wednesday with a paper asking to many of the places you see, stories -I reports in question. showing the .the. various churches of the state, were against us, and it was just our acting in that capacity for the "past

I II for contributions. the establishment of success that show what cane News is well read, and as we are hence LaBelle wishes to be in line luck to be unable to attend the big I fifteen years, and in every instancehe

i of a diamond ball grounds done in this wonderful section of publishing a paper for the entire with other towns. The public was cordially Thanksgiving dinner served at the and his men have been right on

@ here. The business people all were the "Land of Flowers and Sunshine." county, we are going to avoid'com- invited to attend these ser- convict camps on that day, just a the job when needed.SELDON .

*n favor of it, and those citizens who Not least among these is the Townsend plaint in future. ;vices. few Tniles below LaBelle by that genial -

had been called upon :responded. grove and farm located some .. fellow, Capt. A. W. Livingston, SEW ART

''j i \ From the looks of the list Mr. Butler twelve or fifteen miles south of La- superintendent of the said camps. I II

had. it is safe to say that there is Belle, down in Felda section. TRUCK FARMERS FEEL THAT PRICES I I Some few weeks. ago Capt. Living WITH A PETITIONDuring

.. going to be diamond ball played in Many years ago a cattle man by I ston extended the writer an inviTation

't :' Clewiston and that at no distant date. the name of John Christian, who has to be present, but we' simply could the week just coming to a
Mr. Butler stated that Capt. Dean passed over, located oil this property not get there, but we have been toldIt close Commissioner Seldon Stewart

Duff bad donated the lot just east or Mr. Christian was a most drigi- was a gorgeous affair with a bar- the
--.;... has. spent some time going over
the Hopkins Block and the Clewiston nal character, a man that attendedto becued pig, with all the trimmings
for the purpose of getting
Company would furnish the lights his own affairs, and who, In ad- I During the week just past the shipping some. but did not mate.rlal.1 served to ,n crowd estimated at closeto county to the resi-

besides, the only thing for the pro- dition to handling cattle, started an 'News man has been practically over !ly damage. the crops. Thanksgivingcame forty people. My, but this little signatures to a petition at Jack-

moters to do was have the grounds orange grove, planting the old time i the trucking sections of Hendry coun- and went and the market now writer would have loved to have dent government engineers

cleaned l and made in good shape for sweet seedlings. ty. There is no use in mincing words looks much better than it did, in been that forty-first fellow, but we sonville, asking that they use their

the playing of the game. Several years after a man by the : about. The truckers have not been some instances beans, cukes, and to- were not.Those best efforts to Lave the governmentstart

Considerable had been subscribed. name of Asa Townsend, who was a.. getting prices that mean profit for matoes being quoted as high as $4. who attended, and they were dredging the canal from Okee-

and Mr. Butler felt confident the native of Alachua county, and aJ goodman ,I their vegetables. What the reason is, This would .mean something, and the a plenty tell us they never had sucha chobee to LaBelle as early as pos-

, I necessary funds for carrying on after trying his hand in and Is hard to say, but there are some of farmers In sections where we visited I meal In a long time, the tables being sible, that the work may be far

,: would, be forthcoming. It is his intention around Wauchula, now in Hardee the opinion that it is lack of organization were looking forward to better prices -: literally packed with roast pig, enough advanced to protect the

I to start cleaning the lot county, came down and purchasedthe I., on the part of the, growers. right along to the end of the crop. cukes, sliced tomatoes, rice and farmers and residents of the Caloo-'

_' right away, and then proceed to or- Christian grove. Mr. Townsendwas 'while others think the marketingplan There are some splendid crops gravy, winding up with a pastry outlay sahatchee valley aganist injury by

ganize teams. The game is played inmost also a cattle man, but he also of shipping on consignment Is aroound LaBelle and Felda, and to- that was grand, all to be washed flood that might possibly occur next

places at night hence the or- had a liking for fruit growing and 1 not 'a good one, and still others con- matoes are just beginning to come down with coffee that was coffee. wet season.

ganizing of teams here will give con- farming, so he kept up the grove, I tend the only way to get the prices in. Considerable pepper has been Many folks from LaBelle were Mr. Stewart gave out the news that

' siderable amusement thoselong which now bears the name of the Is to have buyers come down and ;planted at Felda, but cukes are the present, and every one we saw: told secured close to 500 signa-
he had
evenings. As soon as the News can Townsend grove, improved it In buy the stuff right in the filed. Be ;main crop. Eggplant looks good, and of the grand time they had expe- been
IrO get lined up we will give you some: many ways, and gradually added to I that as it may, some of the farmers at some places there were fine standsof rienced, making us feel just that tures on the petition which

idea of what the game is and how his possessions of land until at his are not feeling jubilant over the returns squash, and in a few instancesthere much more sorrowful. Later we saw forwarded to Tallahassee and from

played, but just now we arc kinder death he was' the possessor of some they have been receiving. are some good prospects for Capt. Livingston, than whom they there :will be given the approval of

hazy on the subject, never*- Tfavlug 900 acres, much of the land beingof At Felda two packing houses are Irish potatoes. That is the situationas make no finer fellows, and he expressed the state officers and sent to Jacksonville -

seen the game, pla'ed.But certain the very best quality for farming.At operated, and they had started out we saw it, and.it looks much bet- his disappointment at our for the consideration. of the

S we are that it will prove. interesting his death three sons, Asa shipping practically a car a day. Cool ter now as the rise in the marketsare not being there, but that still did engineers having that matter in

f ,. and entertaining.. ,- ..',' '. (Please turn to page 2)). I weather that we have had slacked. up., announced. (Please turn to page 4)) charge. .; : .
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RECEIVED Hamilton, Ohio, cut all lines member of the House. The Democratic
I .. 'terrorized the town's en- party is anxious to have the
every Friday: at During the past several days we lire population? exploded six chargesof widely divergent views among Democrats -

Clewiston, Florida.A.MORCAN have been spending the time at Ln- dynamite in the Gratis State Bank sifted in such.a.. way as to contvnrt -
Fifteen-year-old Dorothy Tremplay, $2 and expended the money! for to !' p workable legislature
Belle and ,Felda. Of course it Is ourpurpose I escaped with $5,000 in cash
LOUIS .... Publisher 'from time to time to visit of Champlaiu, N. Y., died after reducing bacco. Most of the Departments of the
from 140 to SO I --- State government
her weight
the various sections of Hendry coun- S U. S. Government\ reports show
P. A. RUHL ............... .. Editor and
ty, but this particular visit was. madeto pounds l by} 11 weeks of dieting.To Two diamond rings stolen there arc 48,000 Civil War soldiers I Constitutional ,officers, which offi-
Entered at the Postofflce at Clew- the two towns above mentioned, swallowed by William Carter, of Hull. I, I till drawing penpions decrease of clals together with the heads of the

Iston, Florida, as second class matter. with 'a view; to ascertaining if the celebrate his election to the Eng., were: recovered through. surgical j more than 11'QOO"; during time 1' past .only few Bureaus and Commissions,
-News was wanted down there.: We 1931 General Assembly, H. A. Cramer operation "pcrformed'on) the1! year. Since 1790 the Government has are anxious to assist members of the

SUBSCRIPTION RATES .' must say that the reception given us Democrat, of Wilkes county, N. U. thief by order of police! officials II na'rt' on* .'111')1'0 than $8,000,000,000 in "legislature. Of course these Departments -

One Year ........ ............................... *2-50 was far ,beyond our expectations, and Is plannin: to ride a mule 175 milesto : pensions to soldiers of all wars. combined is not a Legislative

Six Months ..........................>......... 1.50 \ attend the first sitting of the Although a bolt of lightning hit Reference Bureau, but you will find[
OminilOO \\
Three Months ......:......................... ."(* ono unuF[ > .\ddt: eau Bldotlll Legislature at llallegh.: Alex.. Fox, of Billings, Mont., with Several years ago, Maurice Glen- valuable Informnlion: contained in the
I1"h: force as to lift him 4 feet off various annual State government reports -
Sn SACP: AVOJ9iU lscd non of Eng. bought i
the onrlh, he suffered no serious in- The Governor's mN
Mrs. Lefia Bickford of -age win
Although beautifully carved
dis- Forty-five cents per inch. No mil 5 1SH[ oH[ { i contain
count for plates. No special position am pun "11mO>;o A.ipnan "I atUOilaria Oakland, :Me., has smoked. a pipe '73 jury. that he be buried in it. Glennon recommendations based on
u SAVOM of her SI years, she.is. hale and +died recently and his second wife exhaustive and honest study of thStnte'
.\ UJ .1011SIA[ 3U10318AV .
advertising copy II
guaranteed. All Joao Tekti! i, of Singapore India interest, made
o> oj s.tojja 1saq<[ .1110 tp-ioj 'judoj i hearty. ignored:: his wishes when she had life by himself and
must be in this office .on, Wednesday BIn pui who, drank, with suicidal Intent, alcohol : body interred In hroucht to his attention In the an-
a cheap coffin and
SutoS oat BAV 'eicload[ pooS 1LtqI (
before issue of paper. from bottle Into which he had nual report of the officials.
I Clinging to the coffin containingthe a :1 the other remodeled i into Usually
'patittu;ld aAUij[ aAv s.: uJln! 81U l HE op'ojB a wardrobe.The .
body of her sweetheart, Hazel placed 2 poisonous snakes, suddenly the Governor's message i is distribute
amn[ ) 11AV! 11 1CIU{ [[
the sugar-bowl of- Amer abandoned the suicide Idea when bv the prpskllne officer to the
Clewiston- Bouchet, 17 old, of Santa Ana. one French Government appropriate -
's aa.\\ ; .ion ':[aa.vv anu \\\ oj JUUAV8AV years has adopted -
ica. HU Op JOUUUO aA'uo AVO" UtaIJ ,Calif., swallowed poison and died. of tho dead reptiles slipped into his a resolution favoring the establishing legislative committee, and Is
mouth along with the alcohol. of often the end of the matter. As -aTnomber
osnodsa.1 iujp.ioo; u mi-vv[ lam aq ojSujoS ,. a 13-month calendar.
Be sure to buy and make use of 'Gadsen (Ala.) police are searchingfor of the lecjlsalture I have gotten -
a.ic' a.vv juin{ sn so.inssu sn o; .
Christmas Seals., .. pass stole 44 laying pullets from G. U. lizard, 42 feet in length, has been suspended 200 of "reference to the Governor's messages
Xjunoo; 'TJ ajuui oj sjjojja .mo II! women employees
If don't pay your taxes you I found encased in ice, near Cordova, I IAlnsl' I from consulting annual reports of
:you pa tJnouan'C; <).t iaaj, .aAv 'peapUI'matn Leatherwood' a blind man, who depends a match factory at Seville; Spahi, re-
. may lose your home. Ii [ 9AjS[ 01 on the product of his chickensfor .* fuse to leave the plant until she is I II the State officials and availing myself -
of information from
their de-
SujoS o.tu 3AV aodud jo sscp[; ain: [ sas support.A restored. They eat, sleep and receive
One of the sweetest sounds that Through the generosity)' of the Salvation visitors at the factory. I l I partments. The Supreme Court reports -
Lalll sit sjiuu-i ono ujof [IIIAV[[ luapijuooOAV [ 'I
we are anxious .to'hear is:! the grinding Army each cell in the Union are available and the Atlorp -
farm at Ram leigh, Eng., is used
} OAV lUlU[ ass oj }a3 ion pip! "
of the sugar cane at the Clewiston county (N. J.) jail contains a recovered [(- The funeral v General will fladlv assist in nut-
tHHI.S.1[ l O oat lpar: 'I OSt'.).:JuJ for breeding mice that are sold to services forlme..
ling in clear and legal form the ideas
mill. .cl1L' .toiuui uaaq -SEU, .t )dmI 0111 scientific research institutions. The Bible. Women prisoners have Vincent Palu, 58, at Pau, France,
",mhprs wish to enact Into statutes.
jo -JSJT uoyIf.tDsqns! aip linsa.i; r. s-j farm buildings\ house 200,000 rodents. been wetlhtg; the Bibles to remove were .siiddenl)y halted when 3 distinct "
Such glorious weather as we are No and in, the county realizes more the color and using the pigment to raps issued from the casket. The It i Is tin hope of the Party that history '

having now makes a fellow rejoice fully the great things to be found in When Helmuth Voight picked up rouge. their lips and cheeks. woman had suffered a fit ,which a will correctlv record the .next < :

that he does live in delightful Flor- Hendry county than the makers of the pheasant he shot, near Lyons, N. i..yf. doctor had- diagnosed -as death.- p"sfon of the legislature as the most

ida climate. the News. We have every natural Y., a gohl ring set with brilliants was ?,iA calf, on the head of which were constructive since Florida's admission -

facility and need only those people found attached to the bird's right tlie figures G37 plainly[ formed of ,At Stevensville, Mont, Lee Wad- into the Union. I remain

Well, Mrs. Keith-Miller, the woman with money to come amongst us and foot. white' hair on the dark background} dlngton's horse has just been foundin Sincerely yours,

flyer has found .herself, hut it was help develop our resources. In build was born recently on t the farm of a 16-foot cistern into which it had H. H. WELLS, Chairman.

in the Bahama Islands instead .of ing the News each week we want to A cannon, believed to have been LeGrand Budd, at Plillllpsport, N. Y. fallen.. and where it lived without food ----

Florida, and the world is again at he able' to tell such things as will used by the French 175 years ago, for 30 days.S. TOWJNSEND GROVE

rest. Oh, you publicity. attract settlers farmers, poultry has been unearthed at Fort Tlcon- ,U., S. census reports g \Ashland. IS WORTH SEEING

raisers, fruit growers, etc., and when deroga, N. Y. Ore., and Ashland, Pa., identical population I.. Frey, of Prospect, Ohio, captured -
Something like sixty new 'subscribers the Fort :Myers-Palm Beach highwayis figures-7,164. a white' pheasant which has (Continued from page 1))

added to the subscription? list of completed, during the next eight Mrs. Henry Seldenahle, 60, of Pom- been sent to the Roosevelt game preserve -

the Clewiston News down at LaBelle I or ten months, and the governmentwork eroy, Ohio. uses a 300-year old loom Learning that she was one of the in Scioto county' Ohio. Bird, and Pete Townsend, took up

and Felda the past week. Don't you on Okeechobec and the Caloo- for weaving fine linens, preferring it I "honored dead of the class:! of 1899" the work and since have farmed the

think we are growing? sahatchee well under way we feel to looms of modern design._ for whom a memorial: service! was Herr Hugo Brech, of Moscow, Russia lands and kept up the grove, giving-

satisfied[ that things are going to hip-: I arranged at the Milan (Tenn.) high sells the skulls of dead Russian some attention to cattle. It was our:

Now that_ a chance has been givento pen in Hendry county. Let's.be getting Because .she sold a single dl'Inlof: school(: Mrs.. John Loving caused a paupers to British doctors for dental good fortune to meet two of the

see the books it is stated that .ready for. that time- whiskey, Mrs. Marie -Badger, 27, of change in the program when she at- purposes. Skulls in .good conditionare brothers, Pete and Baird, who showedus

Jack Dempsey cleaned up $2,776,500as Detroit, Mich., is serving a 15-month tended the service in person. worth $90. through the grove, some ten acres

a prize fighter. We would take BUY CHRISTMAS SEALSAt sentence in the Federal Penitentiaryat I I which has grapefruit and oranges. ot
.Tack on for one night for that much Alderson, W. Va. It was her first :The man who fells a tree in the Between :3,000.000 and 4,000,000+ the seedling variety, and. to say the
ourselves. the present time Uncle Sam is offense. province of Alicante, Spain, Is com- pieces of Christmas mail find their least they certainly have a profitable

busy! sending out Christmas Seals. pelled by lawvto plant two in its way to the U. S. Dead Letter Office grove, with clean, juicy fruit, and

Seems like a number of citizens of I' The sending out of these seals is a After John Grady, of Waterloo, N place. every year because 'of illegible and the wonder of it all is that Mr.

Tampa have been waiting for a divi- request from him for you to assistin Y., was given a jail-sentence of 55 incomplete addresses and failure of Townsend remarked to the writer
dend from one of the defunct banks crushing out a disease that has days, for driving his automobile After Steve Taticko, of Pittsburgh, the 'senders to put their return ad- that the grove had never been

to buy their auto' tags. No wonder taken away many of your loved while intoxicated, he sold the car for Pa., .hit himself on the head with :a dress on letters and packages sprayed, and once a year they would

towns and counties are contemplating ones, and it is not a thing for hatchet to cure headache, 15 stitches 'spread muck over the grpund and
defaulting on bonds and interest. you to pass lightly over, but you was in charge of affairs, and really i\ ice required to close the gashes-in Mrs. Patrick O'Toole: fainted when that constituted the fertilizing. ,

should make some effort to; help, and the few minutes we were there were 'his scalp. 4 armed bandits entered her restau- These brothers, with Henry, Jim, "

Congress convened Monday noon this is one of the easiest ways possible enjoyable indeed. We also ran across rant in Chicago, 111. While 3 of the Bill and Clyde Maddox, have been

last. Started off with a controversyover I 1 I I to do so. our former linotype man, C. H. Un Vienna, Austria, claims to possess hold-up men looted the cash register farming the lands having cukes -and

the seating of Senator Davis of Elsewhere, in the columns of the derwood, who was with us on the the world's largest dwelling house.. 'I,the 4th succeeded In getting Mrs. tomatoes, and just here we want to 1"8
Pennsylvania, and it is to be pre- News is an appeal from Mrs. AlicoE. Okeechobee News, but is now helpingMr. It is a 4-story structure, twothirdsof O'Too'e on her feet by employing say that their tomato field of possibly .

sumed that the controversy will!] he Hall, of LaBelle, to the People of and Mrs. Bowden. out during Mr. .a mile long anti contains 1,3S2' I'I' first Md measure. -- I four or.five acres was the finestwe

kept up until the end of the session. Hendry county to buy these seals Bowden's Indisposition. flats housing, about 5,000 people. I I have seen in many a day, and
Always has. and use them. Tuberculosis has been We ale proud to have such neigh- Of C'"',n' ? 500,000,000 population they will start picking in a very few
amongst the most deadly diseases bors as the Eowdens, and will 'certainly When the Court at Central Falls, only S7.210.000 persons are able to days. Cukes: have done fairly well

Fred Eberhardt i is on trial in Highlands that the human family is heir to, and avail ourselves_ of any oppor- disposition of the 'l,600-estate of the read and write. The ministry of Education in price; but they are hoping for better -

county for libeling Governor even here in Hendry: county two tunity to visit them in the future, l lte t R. A. Butler} Negro, 105, claimants I i is planning to overcome the Illiteracy prices from now on. .

Doyle E. Carlton, having published I I deaths have occured from tuber(uIiosiM now that we .have found them out. attended. among the inhabitants b'y The old Townsend home, 'for years
\ during the past with 0 : the hospitable stopping place for people
several statements in his paper, formerly year, an giving every literate person in.Chinathe
the Florjda State News, now de Indication that eighteen are suffer- "No FLOWERS: NO TEARS"Some In their search for "evidence" on I responsibility of impartine Ms: pofnrr mind coming into that section -

funct. The way of the transgressor ing from same. The government is the premises of a St.. Louis (Mo.) knowledge of reading and writing to stands there yet and is the same

Indeed is hard. making every effort to stamp out few weeks ago the Tampa bootlegger, prohibition agents discovered three, illiterate persons. friendly place for all who visit that
this disease entirely, and the pur- .6 pints of whiskey under a section. The fact is the Townsendsare
Tribune, edited by Ed Lambright,
You better be careful how you chase of these seals and using themis contained the following article, which brood hen. STATE EXECUTIVEASKS known as a most hospitable fami-

sing. for the graphophone from now but a trifle >o you. describes the situation rather well, FOR ACTION ly and are a highly respected one,

on. Some fellow has invented a So, heed the call. Do your part,. and It handles a case that has been I Each motorist in the United States and still further are among those

gazing machine with which he says and the small investment that you a source of much annoyance for I spent an average: of $20 on tires and (Continued from Pane 1) who have made farming and fruit

he can scan the disk;; and tell from will make may be the means of saving quite awhile. Fred Eberhardt is a tubes during the _past year. other members do something beneficial growing a success.
the who some one, which indeed would Our reception was most cordial,
song sung it. Shades of of'the
man of bright mind, and had he chosen -I in the interest entire
Solomon, what next? cause but little effort on your part. to have, turned his writings in the In Atlanta, Ga., a community kitchen State rind the Democratic party In and when .the chance offers again we
Just read _Mrs. Hall's letter and then are going to certainly call by the
right direction his work would have serves to needy persons a 2-cent the Ftnto. Tremain.Sinr.m"p1 .
The State Chamber of Commerce do your bit. I rural t consisting of l bread I II Townsend place, for we enjoyed every -
amounted to something. But read the i : soup, cakes \ yours.
held a wonderful meeting at West t. article for yourself: i j milk and coffee. i I GEORGE WHITFILD ,McRORY, minute of our stay there. The
Palm Beach Tuesday. Many impor- DO NOT EXPECT TOO MUCH A mischievous source of annoyance :I! __ Secretary. townsend' property is a living exampleof
systematic will do
: what farming
tant matters were discussed and it is agitation and issontion} was removed After: Michael :Ynl"i;! admitted to
to be hoped the meeting will bear At the present time the govern- from the fair face of Florida yester a charge of arson, a California jiid to Jacksonville Florida, In Hendry county, for this family

great results Proceedings_ too long ment engineers are at work: makingthe day. (Nov. 20)), when the Tallahassee I ordered him to keep out of the United November 28, 1930. iia< cattle, ]hogs, poultry and farm
for this paper to handle. preliminary .surveys for the erec- State News passed to that silent i States for 10 years. Chinese officialsI 1"' inbor! of tho Senate and products in abundance and all"
tion of dikes in Lake Okeechobee: and( 'I learned that Walsh bought a time and really "live at home.
realm where all bad and some good I who House of Representatives.
It is said that the formerpresidentof he( building{ of a cross-state channel
newspapers go. Publisher Eberhardt i ticket for' the city of Shanghai, have npntlemp'T :
the Bank of Bay Biscayne and his from Stuart to Fort Myers throughthe announced the utter extinction of its I arranged to deport him on arrival This letter is written with the view- SCHOVALUABLE; :. o

brother are under indictment crim Caloosahatchee.It fitful gleam. No tears are dropped Khere.. r o!rt that the rreneraJ welfare of PROGRESS
inally. It look 768 pages of legal cap is going to take time to com- upon its bier! unless by those who Florid-x to the nnlv timing that countsn
to file information against them in plete these' surveys, when bids willie contributed a meager death-bed pat- Two New York (N. Y.) scientists < our noliticnl] affairs. (Continued from Page 1)

322 counts. Some jury is going to asked for, and then the real workof ronage to defer its inevitable last report the discovery of a new serum, Wo *inp to think wpm ll} of our 'Ex-

have some job, believe us. doing the job will be at hand. So, gasp C times as strong as any heretofore j ecutive. Legislative and Judicial of- splendid school buildings with the
just as a precaution, let us say to Its of disposition school under principalship or
The State News might have exercised -- available for infantile paralysis, fioors. There is too much a high
Organized labor the nation over is our readers that very little Is being a good influence in Florida, if efficacious use in 57 cases and its !( to regard State ami county Prof. Carl Royer assisted by ,Mrs.

now moufhing the death "Mother": given out'by the government men, hut its publisher had employed his peculiar success in producing Immunity. officials rrooked. Srandals" in .the po- Emery M. Gay. Mrs. "? race C. Becke-
Jones who died at the ripe old age naturally there is a big job on hand abilities along helpful lines In- I .---- litical affairs of Florida have been mcycr, Mrs. Florence B. Heath, and

of 100. This great old woman has I :and it will take time to get it lined stead, the paper: devotes its puny I I Before killing himself with a pistol tho excnntion rather than tho] rulp. :Misses Ann Presnell, Mildred Rhodes

fought many battles for labor, and up, so do not get impatient and ex- print} to the sole purpose of destroying I Dr. Isadore White, 38, of Chicago, The public is not Justified In looking I and E. E. Laney.
the greatest leaders in the nation pect too much from the government, Governor: Carlton.'The Governoris I 111., consulted undertakers on prices with pusplcion and doubt on all pub i I LaBelle Elementary School with

are paying tribute to her memory. for this work is going to be pushed still here and '"going strong," while and other details relating to funerals. lie officials, although hero and there I I Rev. Gus Padgett principal, assistedby l

just as rapidly as possible, and it is the State News lies In the morgue, n' fllscnintlpd l1- on will work continuously ,. .W. C. Richards, 'Mrs/ MaryRich-..
The supreme court of Californiahas our bet that actual construction will unclaimed for the worms of bankruptcy. A recent survey reveals that Here to discredit a particular offi- ards, Mrs. Vera Helms, Mrs. Nell

again refused to grant a pardonto more than likely start around Mayor It follows the Medfly in our obituaries are 913 universities and colleges in rlil. Such distrust is bad enough in Jackman, Mrs Jimmie Blount and(

Warren K. Billings, tried and convicted June. of Florida's eradicated pests. Its I the ,United States. Itself. It destroys confidence, and Miss Maud Maglll. .
of bombing a preparedness I I criticisms were never constructive thus mitigates against good government Felda Grammar School Prof.. II.

parade in San Francisco.in 101G. His A FEW MINUTES SPENT alwa'ys defamatory and destructive.A I After an Omaha, (Neb.) filling I But when this spirit is deliberately G. Kickliter, principal and Mrs. Jlim-

has been a hitter fight..for freedom, IN MOORE HAVEN paper committed to that policy is !station was robbed twice by bandits, I fostered and fod for factional rod and Mrs. Shelly, assistants.Clewiston .
but so far failure has been his por- of few days and few friends. It may the pas-pump broken and a corner of propaganda, then Indeed has the Hftrh School,: Mrs. Ruth

tion. Monday afternoon, enroute from a ,exist for -a time on the applause ,of +lie building crushed by a runaway Idea of politics [fallen to a pitifullylow R. Beardsley, W. G. Smedley, Mrs.T. .
'trip : to Felda, we had the pleasureof those whose political.ends it serves, truck-all within 3 days-the horseshoe level. II. Bradley '1\Irs. Dorothy stewart -
Congress has opened in Orcgula-r stopping off at Moore Haven for but it does not and cannot commandthe which was suspended above the As a member of the legislatureyour Misses Jamy'e Williams, Ella.
are dr. The message of President "a few .minutes visit with the- Glades sustainin support of an intelligent station door was taken down and given direct concern is both that of Whatley, Sara Green and Ola Petto- o
Hoover has been read and publishedand County Democrat, of which Bro. ; and discriminating public. As a to a junkman the government of the State as a way. "-'"
contains a plea for the! unemployed Keathley Bowden is the editor and result of his misdirected labor. EDei1hardt unit and the government of the Sears Grammar School, Mrs. Ruby

asking for a speeding up of owner. Sorry to have missed Editor retains only a sheaf of doubtful An Englishman has invented a machine Country as a unit, which must consume ,
the government work that many If Bowden, who is confined to his home law-suits and the regretablo realiza- capable of producing 2,000,000 your thought, deliberation and r.rYou can see by the above that

not all the unemployed may be given with sickness. tion of energies illspent.By ,,needles a week.I' I action. Hendry. county Has a splendid school'
work. A good talk, whether It I But it gave us much pleasure to ( Ed Lambright, Tampa Daily t >&. The composition .of the next legislature system with teachers ofThc best
proves profitable or not. be welcomed by Mrs. Bowden, who .Tribune) /: Six >armed bandits'. who entered 1: is Democratic, excepting one grades to control them.CLEWISTON .
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I Carolyn Starnes. :Miss Gladyse Nowl- Thanksgiving holidays at home.. Refreshments FOR SALE

; : :ng, :Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Shaw, Mr., of pop corn, apples and I 666 .

ep .cp / and* :Mrs. J. R. Alston, Mr.: and Airs marshmallows were served at a late One Million Ruby King Pepper

Dave: Alston, Mr. and Mrs R. S. hour. Those present were Miss Betty '
CiCa? ;:/ iC? ?? Colds and
I = -= Dunnaway, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Shelley i Little, Miss Roberta George, luigaMTV Plants, one fourth now ready. $$2.00, Headaches "

I / Mr. and Mrs. W. _C. Owen, Mr. Er h. Miss Emmi Laura Be- per thousand! at farm. I is a doctor's prescription for

Mrs. L. A. Morgan, Jr.. Phone 369 and Mrs Claude Downs, Mr. and I I tlh p a, Miss May Lily Stone, Miss It Is .the most speedy remedy known.,

\ :Mrs. TV. TV. Preston, L A. Plunkett, !Margie Harvell and Mill Mildred W. O. CRANE,
666 also in Ta bI
Broadus Gant. Bob Chamberlin, Albert 1 Brantlcy.Golf POMPANO, FLA. is.
J. T. Chapman and Harry Chapman l lancl; J. II. Kensiner, Rocy} Mount,
Hackett, D. 0. Hatch. J. E. Bak _..,._ 4t Sept 14-Dec o
of Ft. Mycr: were week-end J \. C.: C. :McD. Davis F. ,Yo Brown, ,
er. George Smedle '. Sam Woodham, The Clewhton Social Club
guests otff.. and Mrs.Roy Dum- oWllnhin-ton. N. C.: S. H. Dire of met ,-------- -
i Charlie :Minor, A. W. Sias, Herbert with,Mrs. Dave Alston at her home : : c : =-
way. CI>'CO.TO; and J. F. :Meade: of Jack
-, '. i sonville. ,. Blate, Campbell Nail, RichardVhitc, Wodnesrlay afternoon this being the

The Palm. Beach county federation I i I R. H. Hall.I3I'shali Yenawlne, Bill firM meeting of the season. Officers PALM BAKERY{ A

I Hunt \'. C. Prewitt, and Dr. J, TV.Hzelle. ,oc'e-1! f.- fM! vacancies in the club
Woman's Clubs will meet at the Mr. and :Mrs Tom Shelley spent'ThanliRJ.h'lng
I .' :Mr. and Mrs. J, E. Beardsley, I were Mrs TV. C. Hooker, -yIce-pres.1:
Clewiston Inn Tuesday, December 'J. : day in Miami.
The morning session will begin nt I Mr. and Mrs .1. K. Mowery\ Jr., Mr dent: Mrs J. R. Alston, secretary- I Patronise; : your home industries.;

I,and Mrs. T. E. Gonterman, Mr. and treasurers. Plans were made for the
10:00 a. m. All members attending :Mr. X. C. Storey returned the past ,
I :Mrs J. K. :flowery: Sr? and Miss annual Christmas party to be given
(he lunch are requested to notify week from Milwaukee.. \Vis.. wherehe J. BRANTLEY
Mary: Wilcox. December 30. Those attending were & SON
Mrs. F. M. Wright not later than has been for the past six weekson
:Mesdames F. M. Wright J. K. Mowery. -
Monday, December 8. business. : : : : ::-=- : : ::: :: :: :- : -
t :\11'. and Mis. II. A. Bostor had as J. G. Alhands, J. E. Beardsley, -- --- : =

Sam Woodham and Clarence Mayo :Mrs. J. (:., Beardsley and her mother I their Thanksgiving dinner guestsMr. S. Harvell, Louis Morgan, TV. C. ._ .- \,
Hooker and MI sIar -- -
Yi: !
and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson and ) cov. A
of. Pahokee spent Thursday in Cl w- Mrs. Robbins, spent the weekendIn .
Iston as guests of Mis. J3essie Cul- ( Orlando. children. delicious salad course was served by l I

.I I hreth. -.1._ the hostess. CLEWISTON FOLKS :i ;

Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Stewart had as C. C. Blanc, of Lakeland, was in -

.'Miss Jamie Williams spent the I their supper guests the past Friday Clewiston. Saturday on business. Course GainsIn >< ;
Thanksgiving holidays with friendsIn I night Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hooker. -- :.,
L. E. Covin Popularity Daily 'r li I
Beach. i of Sebring, spent ,Sunday :
in :.
I J. R. Alston left Tuesday for a two .::
I Nine-Hole Course : !
Being Made Ren-
MIss Ula Jacohson accompanied days business trip to Miami. YOU ; .
Mrs. T. V. Watson is dezvous for Many Pleasant Par-
by Mr. and flrs. Jacobson, of Moore improvingfrom _" 'I'

Haven, motored to Palm Beach Tues- Col. R. H. House and children of injuries she received from a ties. In Good Condition. tf I

day. Sarasota, were week-end guests' of fall the past week. One thing that Clewiston can boast "The A05Perfectly/ Ventilated I Hotel In the South." ;

:\11'. and Mrs Claude Downs. of Is a good golf course, and the I
1 Mrs.: II. P. Wilson, of Knoxville, Miss Marion Leydig entertainedat players of this and other towns are Storage 1 Space Across Street European PlanSatisfy i I

Tenn., and Mrs. T. J. 'McDuffie, of Mrs. E. J. Kerr, of Canal Point, bridge at her home :Monday night. not showing a slowness in finding it I It

Albany, Ga. arrived Monda to spend i i WPB! In Clewlstou :Monday visiting Those present were Mr. and' Mrs. Al- out, with the result that there are ----- I Ir

the winter with their !mother, Mrs. relatives. hands and Mrs. Spicer. it is hoped in the near future to pull I II i r .

1V illin S ham. players on the course every day, and I

\ :\11'. and Mrs. '\. C. Worth and Miss off some exciting matches. Of course, y
Gladys Xowling, of West
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hichman nio- Palm Beach was guest of friends in Katherine Smith spent the past the,main gatherings take ,place week- r \ 1 !
week-end in en is, and th him with \ / I i
tot ed to Lakeland Thursday and were Clowiston! Monday and Tuesday. Tampa.Mr. ; crowlds in attendanceare ,

guests of relatives.Mr. growing larger each week. The. I .1

W. C. Hooker le bust. greens are in condition !I
Victor ina a very good ,
Blate and Herbert Blato Pure Guernsey Milk
'ness trip to LaBelle Tuesday while the fairways are excellent. ti w I l.
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and Mrs. J. E. Wynn entertained were dinner guests of, Mr. and Mrs. I i'

J at one table of bridge Wednesday \V., P. Vaughn, Jr., on Thanksgiving Miss Sarah Green and George. I The News has been requested by : f t'

f night. Guests were 'Mr. and Mrs. rlay. '. Smedley motored to Orlando to spend[ I the officials.of the course to again I from the : I II

f Thanksgiving with friends. call attention to the. fact that n reels- I
Barney Thomas.Mr. r "
player urgently ;e9ue-st d I' : I II
I Mr. and Mrs Dave Alston motored to register I !1 tit ,
Members of the ,Girl Scouts were is In the box.at Tee No. 1. Everyter .. .' .
and Mrs. N.. C. Storey motored to. Palm Beach Thursday of the past I :(J. !
entertained at a delightful party at before starting play. This is im- I !
to Canal Point Friday on a business I week.: I I
the home of Betty Spicer Wednesday every player will observe this request ,. i
combined. I
'pleasure trip 1 fI
I !Mr. and Mrs; Eugene Powers were night. Those present were Evelyn I portant, and in the future it is hoped J IJ I

Hare, Mary Bush, Marcia Avant Roberta and comply
dinner with same. I
Mr. and Mrs. Neil Stewart spent guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. A.

the weekend with relatives in Cocoa. I Shaw at the Watanabe. hotel ThanKSgivlng. George, Lily Merrel Wynn, By Special arrangements Major CLEWBTOPSugarland {}! DAIRY COMP i-lr Y [.:

May Lily Stone, Mary Louise Ogles- Wilson will be on the course every .

by. Bobby Hare. Merrel Lowe William Sunday and Major
holidays. Wilsonis
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Cornwell I I Highway>! Phone 333 r
Hooks, Van Bush, liaison AVant, a professional and naturally will ,, .
and daughter, Mary Louis, of Palm "Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hooker motored :
Richard Bestor, Owen Jeffries, Mon- be on hand to instruct any ,who may : : :- : : : :- : :- :- :- : :- : : : : : : :- :-
Beach were guests of Mr. ,and Mrs. to West Palm Beach Monday I
nie Coleman, George Bestor, Edwin, desire his services. I
Louis Morgan Sunday. ,
Ward and Frank Cothern. IY-Sss I
Misses Essie Taylor and Hazel --
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Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Mowery, Jr., and Carson, 'of Ft., Myers, made a business '

Mr. and Mrs. T. E; Gonterman, and trip to Clewiston Monday. I Miss Elsie Hare returned Sunday .
from Ft. Pierce where she has I .
I Mr. and Mrs., J. Mowery, ,Sr., ,motored .. -. ., .- _. 0' .
visiting friends for ,

I j, to. Lake Wales- Sunday.Mr. D. R.-. in Moore Clewiston, of Niceville Monday., Fla.. ,Mr.arrived Mr., and Mrs. H. J.the Green past ,week.Sr.. ot I :' it {{ } ;:/; t I 1 )2.L{: it': ; <

". .;I ,. from Jacksonville E. E. Kelly and returned Daytona Sunday where I Co.Moore will be with the Alston Drug Plant City, and II. J. Green, lr) :, ot I : ; ; : ) :.::.,

/JdJ lie Hendeisonville, N. C., were dinner /- ii t7/
has been on business. He was accompanied ,
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guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Green on. .'... ; .... ,.: .- '. .. .',. : ;' or ;.
back by Miss Beatrice :Mr. and Mrs. Pond and thlldicn, Thanksgiving. 'F tr .

'Marshall who will be a guest of Mrs. of Sarasota, were guests of Troy t4Ci NCI,. k'.r: 4s.1JLS i -

I Tom Shelley for a few days. Puryear at the Watanabe- hotel Sun ,
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I Mr. and Mrs. ,V. C. Hooker and 1
f ( .
1 children, Mrs. I. H_ Stone, May Lily
Mr. and firs G B. Rackstraw] and

:Mrs.: Ludikens] motored to Palm Beach I F. Williamson and Louis Mor- Stone. Monzelle Stone, Mary and Van TillE NEW DlEVROLET SIX. .
Boncile Stone and Casey .
Thursday to attend the
theatreMr. .r: -
can: made a business trip to Canal
a Jones motored to Palmdale Thursday .
Point Monday. N
and had Thanksgiving dinner ....
i I and Mrs. G. Lawton Sims and -

II'I' children, Jane and Louise, of Canal Mr. and Mrs. M.. C. Bigg motoredto with Mr: Hooker's mother. : xt, iJri1i;1fily beaclfd, flyet ft sad smart >: { ,

f Point, were guests of Mr. and Mrs.\ Palm Beach ". ',
J. R. Alston Sunday. Tuesday on business. Mrs. Florence' Ryan and Mrs. E. C. ( G1lI!,a Bsisisierplecc of Fisher stir/laps :\,

I t, Horne, of Moore Haven were guests .
I I -- -Mrs. L. N. Smith and Mrs. Jack I 'i : -;
of Mrs. Roy Green Thursda ". .
Ii i Mr. II. L. McDonald of Orlando : y '
Stolls and children returned Sunday Never has the '
ity. Interiors .
_. superiority are excep
a business trip to Clewiston from ., Avon Park ,'_
Wednesday. : where they .have, The monthly meeting of the TviTting of Body by tional. The new mohair and -
been visiting relatives.
" Workers class met Friday of the Fisher been more broadcloth upholstery smartly '

Mr. A.V.. Sias returned Sunday Mrs. C. 'L. Adams spent the past -past week at the home of Mrs D.) strikingly exemplified' than in the tailored. Seats are wider and .
Mrs. J.
from Punta Gorda where he has weekend. at Sarasota. with relatives. Larner hostesses. Games Wynn and and Mrs.contests Bigger and Better Chevrolet Six! more luxuriously cushion A

been visiting relatives. ?. deeper windshield and wider windows -
were the feature of the e'V With t.he added advantage of a

"f'f:1.x' Sanders and Mr. Smith, of ing's entertainment. Mr. and Mrs 'n-1,, lengthened wheelbase, Fisher designers give better vision. And

Miss Ola Petteway returned Sunday Orlando, made. ; a business trip to W. Preston and Mrs Broadrick winning I have achieved in the new beautiful new modern fittingslend .
from Wauchula where she spent the I Clewiston Tuesday.
prizes. 'Present were Dr. J.V.. Chevrolet degree of a. final note of charm. .
Thanksgiving an impressive .-
holidays at her home
I Ezelle, Mr. .and Mrs. TV.
TV. Preston,
':'Mrs .T.. T. smartness, comfort and luxury. :Many mechanical improvements :"" .
Chapman. of Ft. Myers, Dr. and Mrs. Bailey, Mrs. Broad- .

Mr. and Mrs. Tom Shelley had as i is spending a wc k vilh her daughter "ick, r.Trs. Fred Topper, Mr. and Mrs.C. Inside and out, scores of refinements are also evident in this* Bigger _

': their dinner, guests Sunday evening t Mrs Roy Dunnavray. Johnson, Mr. Leydig, J. E. Wynn stamp this car as a masterpiece and Better Six. Among these area

'I( J. A. Plunkett, Louis Rlverio, ErlngWernesj [ I : and Mr. D. Larner. Refreshments of of modern coachwork. stronger frame; easier steering; .'

; E. E. Kelly and Miss Beef Miss rryViJ -ox. of Chicago,, is. pie, coffee and candy were served. Radiator, headlamps and tic-bar a more durable clutch; a quieter, ..
; Marshall. visiting Mrs. J. E. Dear s1 ::y.Trs. smoother
t transmission and im-
form an unusually attractive and ;
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Alhands enter- portant engine refinements.
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Alhauds enter' distinctive ensemhle. Mouldingssweep
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.I Jones and Mrs R. A. tained at two tables of bridge Thursday
I tained a number of friends for dinner I Show motored to Canal Point ; night. Those back in an unbroken line The Bigger and Better ChevroletSix
present were Miss
i Thanksgiving. Those present Wednesday and were guests of ; Beatrice Kettl, Glen Herd, J. J.Beardsley I to blend with the smart new body : is now on display. See it today '
I Ii i" Mr.
1 ::. and Mrs Leydig, Mrs. Leah friend Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Hall, contours And new color combinations drive it! It is the Great /imerican -
Betty Spicer Roberta ,
1.lrs. Leah TSpicer and Miss Marion ]lend a new individual] Value! .
Miss Marion Leydig, Mr. and Mrs-. .-; 11.. Mr. 'and' Mrs\ J. K:. Baker motored : Leydig. Refreshments
H. Hall and son, Jim'mic. pie and coffee -
to.West Palm Beach bust I
Friday '
v on were'sorve .
ness. .- I .>> >> AT NlEW @W Pl to HC B "t < -c
A. G. Ivey spent the Thanksgiving .
-- Mrs Neil Stewart and Mrs N. C.

holidays with relatives Arcadia. Air and Mrs. Junlus IIa>'le.. made:: Storey were joint hostesses at an The : $510 The; : $545 Sport r.ce.l. $575

a business. trip. to Palm Beach Tues afternoon- tea Tuesday at the hoilfe PhaetonThe ..:;:............... ......... .......... with ,, .... .
Mr.. and 11rs.V.. S. Harvel l and lay
< of Mrs. N. C. Storey; Those attending Standard
daughter, Margie, spent Sunday in .I \ rt" $635

Miami with relatives. .- Mr. Dave Alston .. '> were Mrs. F. Deane Duff,. Mrs Roadster .. .................. $475 Coups ...........,. $535 bedan __,......?.,........
spent Wednesday R. Y. Patterson
Mrs. R. A. Shaw,
In Pahokee on business. Mrs, J. E. Beardsley. Airs Lola Rob- Sport Roadster Standard Special '

:P. E. Ogden, of Palm Beach, made ..... .1 bins. Mrs. Fred Moltz, Mrs F. M. with rumble scat. ,.........$495 Window F.irJe$545 Sedan .:......,........... $650

a business trip- to Clewiston Tuesday., Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Williamson 'are Wright and Miss Mary Wilcox. ..
I -- spending few in SPECIAL EQUIPMENT EXTRA
days Tampa on '" -
P. A. Ruhl spent the week-end in business Chevrolet Trucks, from $355 to $695
Owen Jeffries entertained
-- -' a number ,
LaBelle on business. All prices f. o. b. Flint, Michigan
of at his home Saturday 4I
J. A. Plunkett) motored- to 'West
night celebrating his birthday. Guests
Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Poche motored Palm Beach .
I' included Mary Louis Oglestjy Betty
to Palm Beach Thursday to attend .
. Spicer. Mary Bush, May Lily Stone, I
r the theater. Among those attending tube American I Margie Harvell Evelyn Hare, Richard

Legion dance at the ClewistonInn I Bestor, Bobby Hare, Monnlo Coleman,
Those forming a party for the annual Monday night were Miss Fran Roy Green and Edwin Ward IT'S WISE TO CESOOSE A SIX

roadway Inspection of the A. C. ces Monroe, Miss Elsie Hare, Miss

L. railroad arriving in Clewiston Jamie Williams, Miss Sarah Green, Miss
Betty Spicer and Miss Evelyn
Saturday by special train were J. E. Miss Elta Whatley, Miss Ola Petto-
Hare entertained at a slumber party THE CLEWIS TON MOTOR CO
Willoughby, Wilmington, N. C. B.
; way. Boncile Stone, Miss Beatrice at the home of Mrs. J. G. Albands
E. Haley, Lakeland, Fla.;; D. M. Lam- Marshall, Miss Josephine
Friday night complimenting Miss
din, Jacksonville; C. Fouler Lake Knight Miss Elinor .'
; Wintel, Miss Margie Harvell "Who was spending.the ...


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; :- =: =: =.. ==: == :: :: Felda farm last Tuesday and will in straightening but the Caloosahat- giving guests of Mr. and Mrs. E.
I :::::=:- :: :: : === .:. .:. .. : : : ::: :: : ----- L. kept, the quarters for the prisoners
travel in the north in the citrus chee river. Some seem to think it Stallings. These genial people reside
being clean
and comfortable, the mess
business. Ho is leaving his brother. will go practically through the cenierof in Tampa.
room all that could be desired, and
James Urie, In charge of his farm the town, as the river is 'very -- air
NEWS an of rest and comfort
II was
III LABELLE with a full crew to continue farming crooked around this town. Mrs._ Carl E. Royer was in Belle hard to beat for a place like that. -"\ i

operations in the spring. Glade Tuesday and Wednesday on ", *
business. Friend McCormick is the man for the -

1 Miss Wilma Altman and Jimmie place, and Capt. Livingston is a .

__ = -:- :: : -:- = =:=: =:= : :: =:= :::=:::=:.:.:.:.:.. The friends of Mr. and Mrs. Ray, Roberts. the latter residing In Cin prince of a fellow.
\=.== = Hurst, of Lady Lake, Fla., formerlyof cinnati. Ohio, motored over to Moore LIVINGSTON HOST

The "Cribb Club" is still carrying was made happy by a visit from her LaBelle will regret to learn of the haven Sunday and onjoyed a visit TO MANY FRIENDS I
much to the amusement of quitea son. A. G. Howell, 'a representative
on death of their little daughter, Peggy of a day with friends.
number if good players.: citizen of Canal Point. Joyce. (Continued from page 1))

Hendry, of this city, ,: William 'Bloun\, accompanied by Many hunters are returning
Mrs. Ralph Mr. J. G. Martin was in Clewislon through LaBelle to their homes after I not help our feelings, but he gaveus
of Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Arledge, went
Mildred Hendry,
sister Bliss
and ; Thanksgiving. Monday and Tuesday in business.Mr. hunting down in the cypress. some comfort by stating that he ,. L .
Immokalee were the dinner guestsof over to Sebring to spend 'ey
gave three feasts a ,
year namely,
Mrs. C. E. Weaver, which They had a fine time and re-
Dr. and
Mrs.' Ed O'Bannon and daughter. Quite a number of people have Fourth of July, Thanksgiving and

event was greatly enjoyed, as Dr. tnrned home accompanied by Mrs. Ruby, and Levlin Crews spent Tues- passed through LaBelle recently goIng -' Christmas, and he stated further that 0cs
William and
and Mrs. Weaver rank among our Blount mother,
day in Clewiston on business. down the Tamiami trail to Mi his invitation extended to Christmasso
most delightful entertainers.The George Blount, the latter coming EAR EASILY
ami. Those we have talked to say it is possible that we will get in

down for a time.visit. All report a most Sunday afternoon three airplanescame the crowds: are coming to Florida, on that. E ND 0 U (N t ASH )
Woman's enjoyable
ladles of the
over from Arcadia and did all seem bent on reaching the "Mag- Capt. Livingston has one of the
Society of the Methodist
stunt flying. also taking up passen- ic City." most orderly camps in the state. Vis
church are holding their annual ba- Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Blasco THE CLEWISTONLAUNDRY
iting a few days
gers. Quite a number availed them- ago we met
Arcade. This Is an children were Thanksgiving visitorsto
zadr in Columbia old
LaBelle LaBelle from Tampa. They came selves of the opportunity to view La- Among the arrivals recently are our friend, D. G. McCormick, who
event looked forward to by has the CO.
people, and evidently the women ol down to spend'the' time will Mr. and Belle from the air. Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson, of overseeIng of the camps, and
on an investigation it
Huntsville, Ala., both of whom love was a revela-
et- Mrs. J. W. Hodges.
made special
church have a
tion, for we found those There is
fort to make this the most important 9 Royal Neighbors met in regular the sports of hunting and fishing, camps well always danger of tearing

bazaar they have ever held. Funds Mrs. Sam Carson was a business, session Monday night at 8 o'clock. especially the latter. Mr. and Mrs. frozen clothes during the cold winter -
I months.
derived from this source are used in visitor in Ft. Myers Tuesday.Mrs. there were fifteen present and a good Anderson own a lovely home here, Get acquaInted'with our
and they never seem happier than helpful family laundry service and
paying off the general church debt, time was experienced. eliminate

hence the ladies are going to make J.1.. Hartley and daughter, I when they are recreating at LaBelle. worries. your winter-time washday

every effort to make it a big suc Frances, and sister-in-law Miss Ber- The Community Club of LaBelle I Though here but a short time they

cess. '' '"?| na Hartley, of Hollywood, Fla., Were met Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock. have already taken several trips 10 P R

the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs.' Mrs. O'Brian and Mrs. Hand, were the fishing grounds, and they Tire Q CLEWISTON

W. E. Godboald, accompanied by; II. A. Rider. hostesses for the meeting.The enjoying also the climate down here. C y LAUNDRY .
Miss Laura Youmans and Mark They are delightfully pleasant people \ '
and everybody in LaBelle is glad \
Poole, departed Thursday last for Mr. and Mrs. George Berow, of P. T. A. of LaBelle school met .

Leesburg, where they were called on Watertoun, N. Y., are here to speTTd Tuesday evening at S o'clock they to see. them back. 1 C 0 MPA H CLEW/STON FLORJDAte

account of the death of the sweet the winter. had a short pro-Mam and .a special --

little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. talk by Rev. Willis. Mrs. N. L. Brooker and Dr. and a/our Snow Laonctrv

Mr. Mrs. Coe and children were Thanks
Hurst and a granddaughter of Mrs. M. J. Busr, Mrs. E. M. Cor- -

Godboald. They returned home Friday nett, Miss Sallie Middlebourgh, Mrs. M. Blasco and' E. F. Doree were.

last. In the loss of their grandchild Helen Melroy were shopping in Ft. visitors to Moore Haven and Clewis

Mr. and Mrs. Hurst have the Myers last Friday. ton the latter part of last week.

sympathy; '' of a large circle of friends .

'in LaBelle. Col. H. A. Rider and Commissioner Mr nnd 1\0:;. T V. Davis: Miss Lo- FREE

Selden L. Stewart spent Mondayin rains Farrabee and Jim Atkinson : .,
During the past few days William .
Arcadia on business. visitr I in P"'iti Go da Sunday, ,
Blount, who conducts an electrical "
: spending the day with Andy Whid-

shop in this city, has been kept pretty Mrs. Mary Fryer. of Citrus Center, den, a brother of Mrs. Davis.. They : ; 't: OPENING
busy getting the machinery of the :i : ; 3 DAYS
spent the past week with Mrs. M. J. went over by auto and had an en- : ;
State Road Department, operated by Bush. ...'' .. .
joyable outing.A .' 0:.
H. C. McQuady. superintendent or '. :

.construction, ready for the big job -.. -
Mrs. Lottie Langford returned to special invitation has been extended ; SATURDAY SUNDAY MONDAY
lie will soon go in, completing the .. ,
her home in Ft. Myers Monday after to everyone to attend services ..
road bed for the Fort MyersPalmBeach ,' -
spending the past week with her sister at the Methodist church next .Sunday -

highway, contract for which Mrs. Sam Carson. morning and evening. BAKERS SERVICE
will be let on the 8th of this month. o STATION, INC., NO.2'

Mesdamos A. L. Taylor, R. A. Ste- Mr. and Mrs. Bever, of Fort My- -
the arrivals in the city your
Among vens, Joe Ross, Miss i raine Taylor, ers, were up for a visit the latter partof

correspondent takes pleasure in recording Miss Ann Pressnell, Miss Mildred the week, guests of Mr. and Mrs. FREE GREASE JOB WITH EACH .
J. W. Christie, who comes
Rhodes motored to Tampa Saturdayon Collins, at Tuscawilla Lodge. Mr.
down every winter to enjoy the cli-
business.Mr. Bever is one of the owners of the
mate here. Mr. Christie is from Richmond .
':'. '
A CI B. & B. stores, located In various ._....: '.. ; ,,', :' \' OIL CHANGEJ .
Ind., and has many warm .
> -
and Mrs. Hurd L. Reeves, Mrs.J. tpwns in Florida. It was reported "';.. lt, .' ':, ..': '. .
who always pleased "
friends are '" :
N. Reeves and son, James,. madea that Mr. Bever will soon start two j
'to welcome. him, besides Mr. Christieis
business trip to Ft. Myers Monday. stores at Ocala, and he ha/i/ been : BAKER MGR. .
a property owner in LaBelle. ,
"Uncle Tom" Howard is'convalescing spending several days up there this

at his home, after a seige of week. PAN-AM GAS & OILS ,0 g
E. E. Edwards of this city and 1. illness :
at the Arcadia Hospital.
o A. Phillips, a borther-in-law who resides -
People of LaBelle are beginning to
at Immokalee, have returned
Miss Katherine Curry spent the feel that conditions are going to
from a trip to Olney, 111., where they ,..
with holiday and week-end visiting her change here very soon, as the government -
were called on business. Talking
cousin, Beuna Carson at Immokalee. is locating quite a bunch of
Edwards correspondentwas
Mr. your
en inp.ers? here, who will be engagedin
told that conditions up there are
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Andrews, son. firveying for the dikes in Okeechobop -
far worse than they are in Florida,
the Biilie. and Miss Ola Yates returned ,and the channel from Stuartto '
and Mr. Edwards remarked that
Saturday from Tasmania where they Fort Myers via LaBelle. GOODYEARS :. '
people are complaining mightily over
spent the holidays with their parentsMr.
"hard times," but just keep jogging
and Mrs. J. L. Yates. LnBello citizens are wofderin g ......
along. Mr. Edwards remarked that he
was certainly glad to get back to "La- what route the government will :..;: :

Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Urie left their ndopt for its canal through the town 1 ',' ..
Belle,- the weather in Illinois being I I ...t: ,
pretty cold for him after being in.1 I '. :'::.,," ., MmU.: .. f : ..-

Florida so many years. We are all .,':. >, .J....;'b.c; }, ..

glad to have him back again. ;. f' -
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Among the visitors to LaBelle for } '
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the week-end was noticed Rev. G. C. -,,' '.. : :: :: : : = = :: :: ::: :=: BEST! _
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Powell, pastor of the Methodist -'. .I ., :.
church at Alva, who came up to visit \ ".'
with his brother pastor here, Rev. -- '
.' '. THEKWISE do millions .. ,. "
Mr. :Carlstou. He reports the workat < ) why :.: .

Alva progressing nicely MAKE YOUR SELF AT HOME :; j more people buy them in preference ..

: : to any other kind? :
Mrs. Homer Taylor and children, .- .. .

who reside at Felda, were in the city : ; itnd for 15 baa the :
why, years, .
Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Taylor are A FEW CHOICE ;; eelk' '
farming at Felda. They are from ROOMS : : .I odyear Tire been the largest .. '

North Dakota, but have been down .: .. 1 Ing tire in the world? .
here several years, and seem well '. :;.. .. r ..
pleased with this section. s .i : \

TRYING OUT RICEB. ..; .;:.';;/,: .1;" i:;5; '.. : l ""p I Aiil
REASONABLE RATES ,'; H,. :' '-:". : \ .
D. Curry, who owns, valuable '
property here, and is trying. out rice : .

culture, was in town Monday from HOMELIKE SURROUNDINGS ; .. pfru Con Pay More but You Cannot Get M) .

his place. Mr. Curry says he has .. \ __ __ .---... 0
about ten acres of rice which is turn- ... .1.. I -'- .

ing out fine, and he expects to gather ::i, .450-21 4.75-19 : '

from that ten acres: about 4,000 .i j..tRY OUR SUNDAY DINNERSCLEWISTON'S ,' ,:.. .

bushels and has a market that will ; > ; '
pay him around $3 per bushel. -. ,
',"' ,. .- : -: $10.23 ..
Speaking of rice culture Mr. Cur- $9.70

ry says it is one of the easiest cropsto A I .

'raise, growing in dry weather or ;'" .../\, ..' ;

wet, and enjoys being flooded. He I POPULAR HOTEL .l "

resides part of the time at Auburn- : '. i j'or 4 other-prD f '. "/ ,

dale and has a valuable grove at'' t > oJ \ "

Haines City 'where he will plant ; ire fid Sloiinl!,, g Year Round ;

probably 40 acres to rice. __

Mr. Curry has resided practicallyall THE WATANABE HOTEL -
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his life in the LaBelle section and : '

says it suits him fine, though he "
thinks the Auburndale.. Haines MRS. CLAUDE DOWNS M nager. .. ; -'
City sections are fine sections. Ev \-.J r

erybody knows Dick Curry here and

are always glad to see him. He also ,

has a bunch, of cattle and hogs, having = :: : : ::= : : :- : :::: :::,i CLEWISTON MOTOR COMPANY ,

followed that business for many

,.years, with more or less success. ,-.

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