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: February 20, 1931
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
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
lccn - sn 95047264
System ID: UF00028415:00306
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IN FINALS OF BIRTHDAY TOURNAMENT Feb. 18 ..............,......... 16.7 16.7 Feb. 16 .......,...... 71 50 HEADS LIST. OTHER VALUABLE PRIZES -

> l Feb. 19 ...7......._............. 16.7 16.7 Feb. 17 .............. 74 63 .17

,'I Feb. 20 ........................16.7 16.7 Feb. -18 .............. 73 53 I -

. : Earl White Again Beats II Girl>< Scout 'Party At I II Feb. 21 ............,:..,........ 16.8 16.8 Feb.. 19 ...,.......... 75 60 Criminal Offense Tto Rich Prizes And Gold

V I Feb. 22 ............?....?.... 16.7 16.7 Feb 20 ........... .. 68 59 .14-
Pete Wilson To Win I FiresIt Exchanged For 30
Inn On Wednesday Feb. 23 ................... .. 16.6 16.6 Feb. 21 .............. 74 45 Start Grass DaysOf

Finals In The Consolation Feb. 24 ........., .,..?...,... 16.5 16.5 Feb.! 22 ? .......... 70 46 Spare Time. Will
The Girl Scout Community Committee is a criminal offense to start
Be County Wide.
Flight. through Mrs. J. G. Allhands a grass fire in the Everglades

\ annocnces a card party at the Clew- DONALD DELANEY HOLE-MNE MADE Drainage District or any other

:/ : I Mrs. F. Deano Duff played championship I I iston Inn on next Wednesday after- .. Drainage District without first get Men. women, boys and girls, if you

>.\',' ., golf Sunday in defeating noon at two thirty: The Girl Scout KILLED IN AUTO BY DICK WHITE, ting permission from the l local memo live in Hendry or adjoining counties

I::.::;'::;. V Tom Shelley one up on the thlrthy-: movement In Clewiston is spon- bers of the board. Considerable and have a little spare time on your

:,,,::' : sixth green for the Birthday Championship sored by a Community Committeeand damage has been done to young hands you are equipped to make this '

' r :.?:: prize. offered by: the Clew the party will be given to raise ACCIDENT ON WED. ON LOCAL COURSEFete trees and shrubbery In the ''town- leisure time pay you royal dividends
'I during the next five
M':.;':? : I iston Company. funds for the entertainment of the site during the past week by grass weeks. The

.*:r< Beginning the match on schedule girls. Bridge and other games will fires. Constable Ed Butler has been $2,000 Salesmanship Club campaignis
I' Sudden News Of I Made On 6th Green to all
Death the
open save employees of
: time, which had been set for nine- be played. The community i is Invited .1 notified to arrest any person caught
I..i" .. attend. A small admission fee Number 2 starTing fire. Most of the the News and member of their im-
I';:: ;, thirty..a good crowd was on hand to. to 1 Was Severe Shock Using a' grass mediate families.

: ; K7: see both players: tee off. Tom Shelley of fifty cents will be charged. This Iron.Dick fires are started by young boys
' Over
: -7 County. Spalding .
" # won the first three holes and that money will go to the local troop of : without thinking of what damage Want News in Every Home.It .

I,;: 'J ,- ended his margin for the day. Mrs. the Girl Scouts and will help to they are doing. A match thrown is the purpose of this newspaperand

Duff settled clown after the third hole I. keep the troop in good financial Donald Delaney, son of Mr. and White, playing with Captain carlessly) in dead grass may cause the campaign management to
i .. I Mrs. H. L. Delaney, of LaBelle was F,, Deane Duff on the local golf course
hundreds of Hollars worth of dam.
r', had been played and tho game was standing. t J a to the Clewiston
interesting from then until' the finish Refreshments and' prizes will be killed suddenly Wednesday night I I: Sunday, shot a hole-in-one. age before the fire can be brought News in every home in Hendry coun

,..I.I in the afternoon. featured during the afternoon. February 18th. near LaBelle. Donald, Dick and Captain Duff were playingon under control. Be careful with fires ty during the next five weeks, and a

I :/. with Walter Gravely and Arthur Hall'I the ,sixth tee when the shot was during the next thirty days and gigantic array of prizes is being given
; At the: turn the match was even
I, ;' was returning to LaBelle from Fort made. A number two iron was used I with the approach of Spring the away absolutely free In an effortto
the first two
and remained even for
, ,'-::1-- o :Myers in the Delaney Chevrolet road- and the distance of the green is 170 grass will be green again and' will achieve that end. Here is your opportunity -
holes in tho afternoon when Mrs.
ster when they approached a sharp yards. not be so easy to burn. to jump in and win a prize
Duff defeated Shelley on two holes
curve on the road north of the river. It was the first hole-in-one to be worth hundreds of dollars just by a
her two On the sixth and I
malting up.
w evened the FLOOD CONTROL The car was traveling at a rapid rate made on the local course and helpedto little work on your part and withouta
seventh Shelley '
of speed and before the boys had celebrate the Birthday Tournament penny to enter, the News campaign,
match. Mrs. Duff won the eighth
time to realize what had happenedthe which was being played at the either now or at any later date. All
> hole, or the thirty-fith as it was the BOARD EXPLAINED
last nine in the afternoon match. car overturned, J and Donald was same time. Practically every golfer in AND FLOOD CONTROL that is necessary for you to do is to

V V Shelley missed a four inch put to I '--- killed. Clewiston has expected to see the clip the nomination coupon which you
In some manner Donald was caught this will find elsewhere in this
third green made in one, is a newspaperin
( .;.. half the hole. Then by'playing a beautiful I
: game of golf she halved tho Relations' State And under the car and his head was short hole of 135 yards and Is shot our big two-page announcementand

crushed. Walter Gravely and Arthur mail 'or bring it to this office.
hazard niblic
f ninth or thrity-slxth hole to win the Everglades Drainage over a water using or !

:.. match. Hall were thrown clear- of the car five iron, but number six turned out Tenders Supplies will be given you and you
nator Young
', Problem Told. receiving only a few bruises V and I to be first.According, may start to work at once. Receipt
It was a great game of golf from
scratches. Resignation To Flood books, sample copies of the
r the very start. Mrs. Duff managed They were rushed, to La- to Dick it was a great paper.
Belle where Dr. Weaver announcedthat information to to work etc
V as where ,
;.,. ,VV to keep the Champion of Clewiston Editor's Note: The News has just sensation to walk up to the green and Control Board.The .
Donald was dead from a fractured will be given you and you may make
t trailing most!:! of the day and by playing had the privilege of printing an article find the ball in the cup.
V skull. start toward winningthat
an immediate
i safe golf and trying to half rather written by George B., Hills on The iron used was a Spalding and Everglades Drainage and Flood

than win a hole Shelley managed the Everglades of Florida. We have The entire county was shocked at had been In use for only one week.A Control, Boards met at the Royal new automobile.

I -' received over a dozen letters regarding the sudden news of the death of the ,Burke 50-50 ball was used and according Worth hotel in West Palm Beach last Family or Friends Can Help.
IV'g 'I I t
:. 11i.e" .Ix, ; ". ,*.greens the article and ..believe that :popular.. "" young y man.; -..DonalJmarried... to;information.furnished the Saturday..:Governor"Doyle, E...Carlton, It r'I Is not expected that club .members : _
hTNovember .
where he; won both and halved the this story will serve the same pur- Miss Annette Rogers young golfer the-.B lrk7Company- chairman of both boards, was.present 'will depend wholly upon their" -'-- "

i;" ." eighteenth' to make the '''match even pose regarding the Flood Control 1928 and had one son, Edwin Scott mount the ball if sent to their factory. for the joint meetings as well 'as the own efforts. Relatives and friends

:. on the' turn. Board and its activities. The article He was born at Union, ,Nebraska, and The local golf course is consideredone meeting of each individual board. may help them and a merry pastimeit

Shelley played a poor, game of golf was written by a man well educatedon would have been twenty-two years of the best layouts in the state. One of the greatest problems facing will be with rich awards to como

" V In the morning while Mrs. Duff also the Flood Control problems In old on the 23rd of this month. He attended It has never been shet in par, even the Drainage Board is the raisingof at the end. So- let it be understoodat

,. had a large score. Both ,Improved this section. We hope that it may school In, LaBelle and was employed though several professionals have funds to meet the past due inter- the outset Chat all the club members -

: their game in the afternoon but Shelley serve the. purpose and answer some by the State Road Department.The played on the course. Those who have est on Everglades Drainage Bonds. are entitled, to have all the help-

'.:':.' .'-'. .... .' .' could, not overcome the "Calamity of the questions asked in letters regarding deceased is survived by his visited the local course from other These bonds were delinquent on Jan ers and boosters they can get.

'.: .', .. Jane" putting of Mrs. Duff. She was the Everglades Drainage mother and father. Mr. and Mrs. H. cities have stated that it was one ol uary first. The Board has no funds to The More the Easier.

_, sinking the ball into the cup from District. This will be published in L. Delaney; one sister, Mrs. Harry the sportiest courses in the state. meet these obligations with and the Perhans it would not.-- at once occur -

', ':. : ..'. every angle on the green while Shelley three different issues of the Newsso Turner; and two brothers, Harry and bond holders will have to agree to to you, but the more hustlingmen

,.':/._:' : was taking two and three putt be sure and get your. copy. H. L. Jr.Funeral. J. C. RILEY WILL some kind of settlement or the Drain- and women, to enter the Salesmanship

::: ;/ greens. services were held from age Board will default in interest Club the easier it will be for

'.>r. J "* the Methodist church at LaBelle and payments. you to secure your part of the sub
., '. ..,' On the last ,green at least fifty-five Drainage and reclamation activitieson
-,:. ." people were watching the match. It the part of the Dverglades Drain the body was buried at Ortona cemetery HANDLE CAMPAIGNFOR I The problem of asking the bond scriptions, which means the automobile -

;;:..-.; .. was one of the greate t tournaments age District Dave continued to the The pallbearers were Blitz Weg- holders to waif for this interest mon How is, that you ask? It Is like

:1' Yeven' staged. in the city and had the point resulting as of December 1, man, L. L. Hampton. Dr. C. E. Weaver LOCAL PAPER ey or accept, a partial payment will thIs. there are only so many possible

-):;:;:.'..:."._ attention .of the entire town. 1929, in a total expenditure of $18017,333.79 ,- Frank ,Daughtery, L. M. Jenningsand face the Drainage Board. These bond subscriptions to be had, 'even if we
It"i familiar with the Drain. family in all the ter-
holders : consider
George Burchard. Many beautiful are:
4.' Earl White defeated Pete Wilson on by that body in the con-
: floral offerings covered the casket. In age Laws of the State and know that ritory covered by the News. Now If .
j }": the thirty-sixth green for tho consolation struction of over 440 miles of canals Has Spent Ten Years
: its instiu- club members were working -
Florida and two
the State of only
46.9 miles of levees. 16 locks and oth-
:- i. prize. A very interesting feature Circulation
I. Promoting tions owe the Drainage Board mon the 'winning one would necessarily -
.t. ,:. of this match was the fact that both er minor improvements. Total excavation Upper Glades Garden
I..t I. could be paid backto have to have more than half
On If this money
'-*. iplayers' were matched in the first to that date was in excess of Newspapers.For ey. i
i Club Has Fine families to be sure of haying
DisplayAt the Drainage Board there is no of those
'" flight. Earl White defeated Pete Wilson 79,000,000 cubic :yards at a cost of.

: ,l';: in that flight on the ninteenth : over $15,500.000.00, and lock struc- Palm Beach ShowThe the first time In the history of reason why the board, could not meet more than his or her opponent. -

.:!. ::" J green and was later defeated by Mrs. tures have been provided at a cost in Hen' ry, county the Clewiston NewsIs '.its obligations. But. if there were fifty club members
.1'- This reverts back to the old question working the winning one need only
\:" ,: Duff, 4-3. They fought through the excess of 2OOD,000.00. exhibit shown by the Upper offering to the public prizes for
7- Among the facilities provided maybe subscriptions to The Clewis I of the state paying the Drainage have just. a few more credits than
: ,. consolation matches and played in the Glades Farm, and Garden Club at the selling
Board monies that they have bor- of the others. III other words,
;' : finals for the championship. Wilson mentioned the St. Lucie Canal, West Palm Beach Flower show last ton News. We have been working on any
L rowed during the past decade. The victory will come far easier and from
was four up on the turn, but White constructed at a total cost of $6,348.- Friday, Saturday and Sunday was In this idea for the past two months
Board Is in much "better fewer credits with fifty active
Flood Control far
; .'.. came back in the afternoon playing 580.57)) and furnishing- the entire charge of 1Irs.V.. J. Buck of Belle and In this issue of the News we are
than the Drainage Board, workers than if only a few were
.;'.:; a beautiful game of golf defeating expense of the Everglades Drainage Glade. The booth attractive making our formal announcement of shape
have turned to working.
District a through navigable connection financially: They over
"/: :' Wilson on the thirty-sixth green. the Salesmanship Plan.
: from Lake Okeechobee to the being arranged to represent and old be offered will the Federal Government 50.000 for Special Opening Day Prizes. ;
The first prize to '
: : : It was a great tournament and
ev Sicilian market. The fruits, vegetablesand out a course of extreme
Caloosahatchee river. In following
,Atlantic Ocean by way of Stuart. which will be on work on the
/\ be a Chevrolet car
fan in
.. < erygolf the city was proud of. flowers were arranged in Sicilian board is worlcing'on a Uberalil- this campaign the
.....: ''''-, Other canals such as the West Palm display at the Clewiston Motor ComPanY The present
the fact that Mrs. Duff
,;:U only carts for display and were of choice sound financial basis and is carryon management announces that extra
"' Beach, the Hillsboro, the North New The second prize is a beautifulbed .
woman entry In the ournament
.V. won. selection. Turnips weighing twelve work -: sound business princi prizes ranging from $20.00 down to i
its on a
River and the Miami, together with
r room suit which is now on -
);}:%( Not only did she play a beautiful club memberson
; ',,' the St.. Luice Canal and the artificial and one-half pounds and cabbages at the McCampbell Furniture pal. $1.00 will be given
;t";,. game of golf on Sunday but during of the
'S""- channels! connecting Lake Okeechobee measuring eighteen inches across Company inVest Palm Beach. This Senator Young resigned as execu- the official opening
the, matches
usually spotted her
opponent making
< with the Caloosahatchee, have were the display and were Clewiston tives secretary to the board and the campaign. Club
.:: ," : ... strokes and She is among furniture will be brought to -
: won. a
that day may
..... great sport and deserved to win because been constructed solely at the ex- donated by W. C. Hooker, T V. Watson in a few weeks and put on dis question of cuttting expenses was dis good cash reports on at
substantial'cash prize and
she played better of pense of Everglades Drainage District -i and Fred Whitten. The sugar play. In selecting these two prizes the cussed. It was decided to move .head win a
a game towardthe
from Tallahassee to West the same time pile up credits
and the Trustees of the Internal quarters
furnished the Southern News has added considerable moneyto
golf Sunday than "Shelley. cane was by the automoible. The
Improvement Fund, and constitutethe Sugar Company while the fruits and the prizes usually offered to sales- Palm Beach. winning of -
Tom Shelley has won every tourna The Flood Control Board has se Salesmanship Club plan is -radical
only waferway connections from
flowers were given'by the members men In such a campaign as we expectto
, ment held in Clewiston. He did not"Lay'down Lake Okeechobee to either the Atlan- cured,right-of-way for the work on the departure from all other sales meth-
of the club. About $100.00 was received conduct. We want to give some
on the job" but played to tic Ocean or the Gulf. Under natural Caloosnhatchee river without cost. ods used in quick building up news-
the Please turn to 4))
on sales from display. ( page
win on every hole. He was just our i I conditions, prior to the construction Actual construction work has already paper circulation. Promoted throughthe

:, Flassed and sfated that he was delighted I of these improvements, Lake Okee- Report of Activities begun on the river and will be rushedto United States mails it 'will of

that Mrs. Duff won. "She deserved ch bee and its tributary streams were completion. \ necessity insure a profit and a square

to win and I appreciate the land-locked bodies of water with no CLEWISTON MILL Another joint session of the Boards deal to all who take part. The NewsIs

fact that even though I lost I did my continuous stream thread connectingthem I ,will be held early next month. determined to secure the largest
best and hope that Date Cane Ground Total Sugar Made To Bags and has selected
we may again with either the ocean or the circulation possible
: '. '. -,. have the chance to fight for the Gulf I Today To Date Made Date Shipped To this plan because it has been most

P grand prize Bags Bags Clewiston Company: the
stated Shelley. Shelleyspotted In considering the above figures, it successfully conducted over
Mrs. Duff Previous 110,806.7-1 Civic ParkThe SalesmanshipClub
twenty-four strokeson ., should be borne in mind that the expenditures Beautify United States.
the thirty-six holes. 2105 48,615 1750 is being conducted by J. C. RI-
by the Trustees of the Internal Feb. 19 3679.55 114,486.29
Clewiston Company Is preparing ley for The National Circulation'Company
Improvement Fund and the Everglades
49,710' 1500
Legion Golfers To Drainage District constitutebut Feb. 20 .2178.60 116,564.89 p05 the ground and will plant palm of Atlanta, Ga., and Louisville -

a portion of the expendituresmade Feb. 21" 2785.35 119,350.24 1209 50,919 1500 trees! In the park through Civic Cen- ICy. -

Turn In Score Cards by local interests for Improvements ter along the new state highway. Ef- No 'Losers-No Red Tape
Feb. 22 1286.20 120,636.44 56& 62,485 none
L of the Everglades area. As of forts have been made to make this This remarkable offer, the greatest
All members of the American Legion the end of 1929 the Chief Engineer of Fob 23 ,.. 3333,50 123.969.94 1670 64,055' 1764 stretch of road very attractive and ever launched in Hendry county,

; who play golf have been request. the Everglades Drainage District re- Feb. 24 2472.05 126,441.99 1249 .66,304 1500 I I according to Captain Duff as soon as holds good from March 7th to April

,. ed by Captain Duff to turn in their ports-that the esimated population of .. the weather moderates the completion 11th. The News feels sure that this
f score cards ri'order to arrive Feb. 25 2438.30 128,880.20 1160 56,464 500 I IWeIght' Is interested In its fast grow-
at a I the Everglades area was 48,000; that of this parkway will be completed by county

definite handicap for each player. (Please turn to page 4)) per bag at sugar, 325 pounds. the company. (Please turn to page) 4))


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A desire; to own one of these prizes plus a little first and only person in Hen- little well-directed energy. This is not a popularity voting cost

hustle and determination is all that is necessary dry county to win a new car.CAMPAIGN NO LOSERS-NO RISKS-NO REGRETS.

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IT ,.: have your-own choice of the kind of mounting you like. proud of. Get busy earlyand win this beautiful wristwatch. }
s= ::' This ring was purchased from The Duval,Jewelry Company ;- You can have the one we have purchased or the -"

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... : The object of this salesmanship club and prize campaign Is two-fold; primarily to increase the ever-growing Bt115? rhnloD list .
::-.. of this newspaper to collect in advance subscription meats from present or old subscribers and at the samo! tlnii afford our r
':-...:. friends and readers an unparalleled opportunity to profit and In a big wiy, through their spar* time during the next tow weeks
t':; '[t is the plan that works both ways and to the ultimate good of all concerned.


>:'. 1-SEND IN THE ENTRY BLANK It counts for B.OOO credits. 2-Clip the 160 FREE COUPON-<3ofl ct all of theco you .y,
.p..:;,.', can and get your friend to airs them for jrou. Each coupon counts for 100 credits; 8-USE THE RECEIPT BOOK-As soon as DOOR SEDAN OR COUF2: FULLY rg
:..:..,.'. eve receive your entry we will, send you a receipt b6ox to you may take Inscriptions, Every paid in advance subscription counts for ,
;, credits according to the scheduled CLIP SUBSCRIPTION COUPON-This coupon accompanied with any subscription payments for i
:;'- one year or more to this newspaper counts for 10,000E RA credits i in addition to tho usual numwr,'' 'Vou do not have to be a Q .
,:..: subscriber to this newspaper to compete; (-:SEE; YOUR FRIENDS--Get your friends and acquaintances t6 subscribe. Also organize EQUIPP ED. VALUEi$68C I CASH
;: -:, them so they will assist you tp get subscriptions from their friends t 6-USE THE TELEPHONE-Call up everybody you
., know. Tell thorn you are"In the campaign and ask for their support. 7-Once IN, STAY IN-Don't get discouraged or let anyone
try to discourage you. Someone will win the. biff car. Why not you? ft-GET COMPLETE INFORMATION write fir phono d.,
'' ,. the campaign manager at the "Salesmanship Club" offices, care of this newspaper; -
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'L"'-,'.. The L'oo1 Sedan or Coupe 1uh y equipped,

{:. '. HERE'S HOW TO SUCCEED j including 5 \/i Wheels, Extra Tire, Tube and GENE
:". It takes credits to win and credits are secured as follows: First, by clipping the coupons appearing id b,eh Issue of this
''t'. Begin gathering them now while they are worth 200 credits each. After next week these credits will) be reduced to Cover ; l K'olec' for its Economical Transportation r Third priz
,: 60 credits and the following to only 28 credits and after that they will be discontinued entirely. The only restriction placed .
upon using those coupons is that they be deposited at the campaign department on or before the expiration of tie date appearing Product of General I Motors
thereon. Get aU you can. and get your friends to save them for you too-thoy are FREE. ; Corporation ; TRIG Raddio.
Anotber and faster way to get credits Is by securing new and renewal subscriptions to this newspaper and for ad cards. a
," For each subscription turned in a certain number of credits are issued, the number varying according to the amount collected I Highly improved! over all previous models I ; Upholstered J This
;. during the ':period" same Is received at the campaign department. So you see tho more credits you get the better Jour'chances' aro
.'. to capture tho grand capital prize. in Velour richly finished ; in fact, the 'p your home

" last "word in Beauty and Comfort. A Superb ; tion of the

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Everybody air II1 I lmbracitt. ; the first threc"' '
1 Elbraein;; one weal:, arch Embracing the n
weeks of the campaign: 1'om! '
I 30 April 4'inclusive I the fl. April 6th to S
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IS; ,. ,,, 1otrine credits WIll be, allowed ".the following credIts
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No losers, -- ,- _.-",.',. 1 \ lor1bscriptions: lowed for sub tj
( Please enter M'__'__'_ ._ .- I 011 subscriptions
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( Address -_-_- t:a I 2 Years 4.0020,000 2 Y( 11'5 4.00 15,000 : Y cars -1I
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.,. 'x given to each member. You may enter yourS l 5 Yens 0.00 65.000 G Ye :1'S 10.00 '52,000 n Years 10
4Th t own name or that of a friend. e q lt Tears 2\1.00\ OOCIO 1 r Yp.lrs, 20.00 InOOO '10 Years 20.1
Participants are expected, and ;, 4- j 'S.t '
urged, to send in their own entry r ;;' ,; ;i' .....;.,.:: ." '. .' ; of crcd.it3.1&:<;h :is on a declining; s.c.lle basis, positively will not '

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; ,em-.J:::. No. suh ('ripUons will l be accepted iron any o.e club, member for le.s.than one year;

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=: ',:'- FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1931 CI.RWISTON NF.IVS. CLEfVi5 -0i'FLORIJ1. ,
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= = = = = : : = ::== : = A. Shaw.11'. and Mrs. Tom = '- ,
) ------ Shelley, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Piewitt I '- S!! I bile accident Wednesday night neal
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was rGt\1:nll from Fil
Miss Sara Greene Miss Boncile
'. t cagCt8 ft t f lidI Myers were held Friday afternoon al
: Stone, Miss Frances Monroe, A. W. : LABELLE ,.JF\tS 'Yr
I ; f/ 3:00: o'clock
: I Sias, Dr. Ezelle, Bob Harris and Arj I 1. _. from the Method:
I church \\Ih the Rev E. E Carlson 11
'il j thur Lawrence. The club prIze was ) i

! :Mrs. L. A. Morgan, Jr.. Phone 369L I: awarded to Mrs. W. C. Piewitt and MRS.r LEMUEL HO Ar.j) W charge. Burial was in the Orton:

: ___ ., A. W. Sias with Miss Boncile Stone --- -, _._<'t( .cemetery. He is survived by his wldj
- ---- ow. Mrs. Annette
' Delaney, and son
' :Mr.! and Mrs. Tom Shelley entertained tertaiuod at bridge in their home receiving the cut prize. Refreshmentsof I
' The Peach River Sunday school association Captain LivhiKSton oml wife were Scottie father and mother Mr ami"Mrs.
',' members of their bridge club, :Monday night of last week. Prizes strawberry shortcake and punch will be held in Moore Ha- I
visitors in Moore Haven Sunday attornoon. :- .' II. L, Delanye two brothers
! at, their home Wednesday night of were awarded to Miss JamyeVil were served. | SUndllUarch 1. LaBelle
I' : ] ven Baptists I i Harry and H L. Jr., all of LaBelh
I lasteek.. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Duna- Hums high score for women and H. I -- have been invited to attend. I Lester McCormick has returned to i and Mrs. Harry Turner of Clewiston

I way received the club prize. Guests A. Bestor high score for men.'A salad '!! Mr. and 'Mrs. 'G. O. Wallace enter- 'Dinner will be served by the W. M.. U. ',Fort Bennins after a visit with his 'The pallbearers were Dr. C. E. Wearer ,
included Dir and Mrs. R. A. Shaw, tamed a few of their friends at a Sundav'school. :
course was served to the following ladies and the i iI parents Mr. and Mia. D. G.lcCor- Blitz Wegman. L. M. Jennings, Jr
Mr. and Mrs Eugene Powers. Mr. and guests, DIr and !Mrs. R. A Shaw. Mr.. : musical party in their home Friday I Mis. Ileroy has been called to Red- I II mick. Frank Doughtry.

I tta Mrs. Roy Dunaway, DIr, and Mrs. W. 1' and Mrs. II. A. Be&tor, Mrs R. Y. / niijht. Guests included Mr. and Mis. hook, N. J., at the sudden death :of | Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Small and E. George Burchard.and Lindsay Hamp Stallings Hallsom,

Ii" C. Prewitt, Miss Jamye Williams, Miss William McLure Mr. and 1Irs.1.: G. '
P\lters.on. Jam ye Williams, her son.Lake E. Goodno motored .to'- Fort Myers\ Mr. Delaney came to Florida from I
"I V Miss Sara Greene, :Miss Frances Miss Sara Greene, A. W. Sins, Dr. J.W. Ford E. E. Harris and Mr. and Airs.\ .: Port and II. E. Adams were ; Monday afternoon for the show at the Nebraska when small with his

.' ,:' V Monroe, Bob Harris, A. W. Sias and .' Ezelle and D., O. Hatch. C. C. Klutz of :Moore Haven.J. visitors in LaBelle Sunday. Arcade theatre. ents. He par-
t moved here from Palmdale
',,'' V Dr. Ezelle. A salad course was served. I I I Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Howard and ', eleven
II : :years ago. The large numberof
.I I 1 J. A. Plunkett and A. Saint Amond ]. RILEY WILL wonderful prizes. We 'ant to do this children and Mr. and Mrs. C. L. persons attending the funeral testified

Mrs. C. M. Allen was hostess to I were guests of friends at, Lake Tho- I, HANDLE CAMPAIGN j I,i just a little better than it has ever Couch motored to Collier City Sun to his popuarity. The beautiful
the Willing Workers class Friday afternoon (Continued from page 1)) j I IR.
i'' notosassa over the week-end. I .1.1I I[ been done before.: day._ i floral boquets were given by the Royal -

; '., at her \omo. Refreshments I I I 1C you know of any person who can .' B. Waldron of Clewiston was iu Neighbors. The Community Club !

: < '., ... .:: V of ice cream and cake were served Mrs. E. L. Stewart, ':Mrs. F. M.Wiight I good energetic person in Hendry give a: few spare minutes of their time LaBelle Sunday. : the State Road Department and a|
.:,. to Mrs. Ben Nail Mrs. J. K. Baker, ; W. county a gift that they will appreciate
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<: and MrsM.: Biggs motored ;: and wants to win one of these prizes S. Watt Lawler: of Fort Myeis and a host of other friends.,

L: ",. Mrs.' S. Ilargiave, Mrs.- J. E. Wynn, to Palm Beach Friday to attend and remember the News by. The j i iI just write their name and address on party of friends and relatives passed j l\Ir. and Mrs Holmes Rich spent
T?' ,:: Mrs. Fred Mollz 1lrs.Clemesl Nail. I other prizes are as follows: A beautiful 'II '
la : the flower show. through LaBelle
j I a sheet of paper and mail it to The Monday on a fishing the past 'weel{-end in Auburndale.Mr. .
I f Mrs. Fred 'Topper Mrs. D. Larser, I I General Electric Radio this ma- !': trip. IMI' | .
Clewiston News. :
: / I and Mrs. P. A. Stevenson spent
;1 %;' : : Mrs. Smith, 1\Ir's. Pooley, Mrs. C. W. i Eugene Morgan of Fort Meade and chine will be on display at tho :NewsI \r DIr J. C. Riley who will conduct Odis Williams and Ben Heath the weekend 'with friends and relatives
: 1i?;' V :,.',. McDonall. Mrs. C. M. Larrick, Mrs. Troup Clark of Milliedgeville, Ga.. I II' I I office next week and will later be II I I this campaign comes to us highly I motored to Fort Myers Saturday in Venice.

,....:.,..,.{v\-L':: ". b, ;" Lyltel and Mrs. Swindell.Mr I' were in{ Clewiston Friday. I j(I moved to our headquarters in La- i iI J recommended: by other papers in the evening. I BIIT Starlings Is steadily recovering
: --- \ i Belle. We have also selected a beautiful !
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( :' .. ; I I I : state. He had been working on this Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Collins. Mr. and from a serious seige of illn ss.
: :--. ) r and Mrs. J. S.. Willingham, Joy : : diamond ring from the Duval :
I 1 Mr. and11'8 G. Lawton Sims and ;, i kind of campaign for the past ten Mrs. Geo. Poole and Miss Myrtice

i i, L : { .. V :' Willingham ,and Mrs. Pete Wilson and chiFdren Jane and Louise were of j Jov\ehy' Company at West Palm j I II years and is familiar ,with every part Williams and Elmer Martin visited SUBSCRIBE'

I ,4'' ) ... daughter, Virginia, were visitors:;! tof' Canal Point, were guests of Mr. andDirs. i I I Beach, this ring Is valued at $150.00 I J|I of the program that we expect to Fort Myers Tuesday. FOR

:- : Orlando over the week-end. They were J. R. Alston Sunday. and is a beauty. The winner of this Wej Miss Marie
carry out during the next month. I Malakowsky and Patsy
, accompanied home by Mr. and Mrs. !i! I. prize will have something they can I jI j want satisfied customers and hope I foyer have returned from Frostproof CLEWISTON NEWS

;'': .' Julian McDuffie.[ :Mr A. :. Belden and children of enjoy. You may select :your own
;:." I i I' 'i j that this campaign we are starting they spent a few days with PHONE 339
West Palm Beach were guests of mounting for this beautiful atone, or Mrs. C.
; [ Royer.
I' ; ': will bring some 'benefit and lots o
::.> ;. i; ,: 2.,: Air.V.. W. Preston spent the weekend Mrs. Claude Downs over the week-: if you desire you can trade it for any 'I joy and happiness to those who spenda Mrs. Laura Pestin and Bob Thom' LEGAL NOTICE

I:.::;.,., :\-: ,_ in St. Petersburg visiting friends enl. merchandise ,of the same value. Thena
V r VV i few hours working for the prizes., .. to Fort Myers Tuesday
ii-)1; .. : :. :. : : and relatives. Mrs. Preston returned j ._ beautiful wrist watch will be given If you are interested in joining our nightSheriff Notice is herby given that the undersigned

?.-. ..'.,:" '," I; ,', : ']homo with him after several days Miss Ola Petteway spent the week : ;s the last prize. salesmanship, club call or phone us Bob Hancock is spending a will apply to the Pardon

.i<,'. visit there. :, I end with relatives in Wauchula.j I The News is anxious to have the, I and Mr. Riley will call and explain few days in Jacksonville on business. Board of the State of Florida at its
-- people of HeudTy and adjoining counties I :March! -
the entire program which is very J. H. Fears of Fort Myers was a i A. D. 1931 meeting ioi a pardon -
l._: V :::4'V: Mrs. Carl Berner Mrs. Barney j i read and this is of I ,
; j j Mr. and Mrs. George Burt and : our paper one simple and easy.PALI business visitor in LaD lle Mondayand 'I for Delamar Hayes; who vr c sn-

1 r;'.' .:r.". ..',." Thomas, :Mrs Milon Crouch and'11'5.. children motored to West. Palm Beach. 1 the reasons why we are offering such was the dinner guest of Mr. and victed of Manslaughter at the Fall;
!":::' .. .., ..' .', ',. McDuffie motored to West Palm !i iI I i term of
, .' '' .. .- .' Monday I Mrs. A. L. Taylor. I the Circuit Cour' of H' 1' .y
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: ...\ :;.< -, _;,. Beach Friday. I I I George Bogan, Odis Williams, Ben i, County, Florida for tho year 192)"
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Mrs. F. Deane Duff, Mrs. P. G. Heath and Aaron M, HAYES
of Lake .
: -; ,:> '.". ...: ,",, .<< Mrs. Leah Spicer Mrs. Leydig and Bishop} and mother, :Mrs.: Mickenson, I PURE 0 0 Port, spent the wcelc-encl! in LaBelle.J. :! II < / 2t Feb., 2D-J7;

ji:: ;> .: : ,: ; Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Alhands were motored to West. Palm Beach Friday I n ram a O. Davidson and
; : daughter, Jau-
r<' ;r'. .,::" '::..: ," '. guests of A ir. and Mrs. J. F. Tippey ,to, attend tile flower",show. I : nita, made a business trip to Fort My --- -

:(:,, :". .:':. ": : ". in West Palm Beach over the week- ------ INFLUENZASPREADING
I ers Saturday.Mrs.
: :' ,' ;, : ; :: end. I
: : 'I J. G.'Alhands spent several, days of ; : T. P. Turner and son Burton
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Tampa and Fort
:: "' :?- f. Myers ofAvon Park formerly of LaBelle. :
,) '-::. .. attended the funeral
J .,: services of J.
:::: ', Powers and Miss Frances Monroe < Check Colds at once with C6S
i I Donald Delaney Friday. .
motored to West Palm Beach Tliurs- Mrs. R. Y. Patterson and Mrs.\ H 1ZLit "
;.: Funeral services for John Donald I Take it as a preventive.
day of last week ., A. Bestor motored to MIriml WidnesMr. '
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who died in 'automo '
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: .,' ', ...c. -- ,_ .I '.)..;. .' ... -:;\;: ''' : Use 666 Salve for Babies
.55 : ,, '.: ; Mrs. E. E. Kelly and slster.\Ii.. j I" :, _.:: ." J,. I _
: ,-: ; Kate Gaines and Mis. Z. H. Shelley I| and Mrs. 'F.: Williamson
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:{ returned to Daytona Wednesday at- :
!. I spent several clays of last week with I : : -: c : -<= :=

;. '. -'. 'r., ,':1tt r :' ter a week's visit with/ relatives., II'I their daughter, Miss Ruth Grafstrom. I .S i
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,: :.\ V r t{{ !' j r i: at the Roney "Plaza hotel at Miami ( Satisfy him vith'1 1 9 r {
/ Mr. and: Mrs.\ Schultz spent several Beach. ,

": \w Ie days of this week in Tampa. I I I, -- I II I Pure Guernsey 1
I Milk
". Mr'and Mrs. May and daughter, '! I .
'N' ><',': /: : Louis Morgan and J. K. Mower w
-. .. Helen Louise, of New York spent i
L ,:,.' '. : : spent Tuesday; in "West Palm Beach I O
", ,: Wednesday of last week as guests ot : _. - u fVoin theSugarland

on business. Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Mowery. ] r....... ,.....,... ....
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,7, Mrs. J. IC: Baker Mrs., J. W. (at.'I Mr.\ and Mrs. .'J. K. Mowery, Jr., | : t

',' ",tner, Mrs Eugene Powers and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Mowery, Sr.. and : BAKERY : "

J <..". R. A. Shaw motored to Moore. Haven ; Ttr. and Mrs. 1'. E. Gontermau mo-1 i ji t
Wednesday afternoon. toyed to West Palm Beach Saturday '
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I Patronize your home Il 1duslilt'izs.: '

Mr. and Mrs. W. C.. Hooker. spent P. C. O'Haver of Charlotte Harbor I .
Friday in West" Palm Beach. was' in Clewiston busi I
Tuesday; on
,'.\ ness. J. BRANTLEY & SON j
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Powers en- I,

I I Highway Phone: 333 1
--- Mrs. A. ,J. McGara from Pittsburg .

I V The BEST Gray Hair is visiting her sister Mrs. W. T. I ,.,..,.c ''=,'''''''''<. ,'==,>"'> ,' = ,..'',....,.,- 'i. ;: :: : .: :=:: =:: ::= : ::::: ::: ::: :: :: ::::::::=:=::=:::::::::-<::: :.:.=::=:::.:.: ::::=:.:. : ::: :::: .:.=: := ,f

:Vj.i Remedy is HomeMade ]llailey. i .

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.6 :-',. To half pint of water addoneouncebayrumasmall Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Little and daughtor V .1 I ::sIV

spent the week-end in Ft., Meado -- I
box of Barbo Compound
:. :J' :: and one-fourth ounce of visiting relatives. f I
V. : ,
\. glycerine. Any druggist '
can put this up or you can Miss Ruth .Grafstrom .left Monday I S-S I :
mix it at home at very I 1 ;
':j.;, little cost. Apply to they for her home in New York after visiting } : 1 1P :., I
,,. '. hair twice a week until her parents Mr: and Mrs. F. L. :' ( 1 IIhy4&i i "i;" ;:" .',: \ .'. '
rX .; '1 P -: ; '
J, r I the desired shade is ob Williamson.The .
tained. It will gradually darken -

etreaked.faded or gray hair and make it soft ., 1i : 1 --t., ..-'", '" I
and eloeey.: Barbo will cot color the ecalp. Ladies Aid Society will meetat i I t, :jlly or h a .
ea ji
23 not sticky. or grimy and doe not rub oiL i\\ ,
the community church Thursday ,,
---- -- I 'ifLoinoon. March 5, with Mrs. Claude n .

) ,. PLE FS i II Downs and Mis. Fred Maxwell host- R rf,011ERE is a margin>< of super- ',', A HOME AWAY FROM HOME

01 rd OSSPS. The subject will bo "!'1dif'" 1 I J iority in] a Goodyear THE III

t :: I given by Mrs. J. R. Alston. Mrs.: Bill tire-over tire. 4l I
; leading a leading V r
. { I i Men will give a reading, "LandsI V TRY OUR SUNDAY DINNERS

I i where Women and God are Veiled" jus! as there is a margin of '
} The mite boxes which were given outlast supcriority in a leading fire over I

I year will be taken up PC this .;. : little-used makes. V. "

meeting.Mr. .

; You no. more but you get B
i iV pay
and Mrs. E. L. Stewart entertained r 1 more, buying THE leading tire: I You can get a room and board at our hotel that

at a fish fry Wednesday night
t tI will make feel home.
on the lake In honor of Mr. and'1\Irs. M J you at

j T1 L. Williamson and their daughter .1. .
n ;
THE CLEW/Is r- 0 Miss Ruth Grafstrom of New York. (i @ ts J Ca/iS .

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Mrs. W. S. Harvel 'was hostess to I

LAUNDRY CO. the members of the Social Club at iotrcr. in Price to You- r or ..

L V her home Wednesday afternoon. ,. yet Still Finer. Li" QiczIitr ,I. '

. Bridge was enjoyed during, the o\ening 1.. r CLEWISTON'S POPULAR HOTEL
: You will have occasion t -
never ,
; any t
tW after which prizes wqre awarddto <<
in the future to regret your patronage Mrs. J. K. Mowery for high score I :I .

\ and Mrs. T E. Gontermau the cut i ipilzo. I : '. \ ,' f

with CFewIston's up-to-date laundry. A salad course was served to I V ..

"I Mesdamcs J. K Mowery F. L. WIl- i 'Tt-.IE : '
Pleasing particular. people. has become CLEWISTON THE WATANABE
linmR, J. G. Alhands, Louis Morgan, i ,

J 1 a .habit with us.LAUNDRY. J. K. Mowery, Sr., T., E. Gonterman, e,

I c. W. McDon.ald. Fred' Maxwell, I1. J MRS. CLAUDE DOWNS. Manager '
V It, Alston, W. C. Hooker, M. W. Big, : "
D. G. Alston and J. J. Little. '. .

inc. ; MOTOR CO .
PASO AVE&SANBQNITAST. Mho ,Tam 'c William's entertained -=- =- ::

members of her bridge club at the :

CLEWISTON FLORiDA home of Mrs. Bessie Culbieth on I "

I Wednesday night. Guests IncludedMr. I
fltoitr 6"I1CV.I'Ire l2ufid5/' ,
a id Mrs. Dunaway Mr. and' ,
Roy aV -
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apparently absurd upon is facemfcmf LEGAL NOTICE ACTIVITIES OF FLOOD \1 i
The taxation of intangibles has .... CONTROL BOARD TOLD.

been tried in nearly every state andit NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY
Published every Friday at I FOR SPECIAL OR LOCAL LEGIS-
has not worked'successrull anywhere (Continued from Page 1) ,

Clewiston, Florida. I Ferdinand Ringer, chemist, of Vienna No person is allowed to use an automobile LATION. 96,000"acres of land in that area was ... ,

In this state tangible personal prop Austria, claims to have per- on the island of Bermuda cultivation that in .
LOUIS MORGAN\ .... Publisher NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That under ; excess of
erty of the value of approximatelyone fected a match which can be lighted except a physician In making pro- at the regular biennial session of the 586 miles of improved roads had been .

Entered at the Postoffice at Clew- billion dollars is assessed now at 600 time before, it becomes uselses. fessional calls. Legislature of Florida to convene in constructed within its immediate-

Iston, Florida as second class matter., less than seventy million. If the tax April, 1931, application will be made boundaries and that 210 miles of rail-
The 44-mile speed limit through the for the passage of a special or local
When Albert Fray, of Grangeville,
cannot find tangible per-
assessors 'which will be raod had been constructed within the
law substance of
main street of Maple\ Heights, Ohio.
of Ida., performed an autopsy on his
how name
sonal property,
I follows In addition in excess of51s000,000.00
One Year ............................_.......... $2.50 I was exceeded so frequently in 1930 to discover the cause of Its death as : same area. ,
common sense are they going to find cow An ACT relating to Everglades has been expended for-

Six Months .................................... 1.60 intangible property? It cannot be that the village collected more than he found that the animal's digestlye Drainage District; Declaring the and reclamation
Three Months ........?........ ............. .75 and $20,000 In fines from motorists during organs contained S nails 1 large Existence of Everglades Drainage Dis-
found even with the snoopers ;
rict and Defining the Boundaries beyond that provided by
ADVERTISING.'RATES snipers and spies that probably would the year- tack. 6 Inches of wire. and a strip ot thereof; Amending Section 1161, Re- Drainage District.

be created by the law taxing intangibles copper 1.2 inch wide by 3 inches vised General Statutes of Florida, as ,
dls- Everglades
inch. No of the
Fo) ;-five per Sixteen-year-old Paul P. Cambriawas As operations
long. Amended by Section 1 of Chapter
in order to provide strict enforcement
couuipfcr plates. No special? position shot and seriously wounded by 13633, Laws of Florida. Acts of 1929! Drainage District have progressed> to

guaranteed. All advertising copy of the act. the lead ball that was dischargedfrom Relating to the Board of Commissioners the point affording navigable '.'waterways ;
against During the last 5 the total
The the taxation years
argument :
must be in this office on Wednesday the cartridge which he hurled of Said District; Providing a, connecting Lake Okeechobeewith -
ofintanglbles ,therefore is number of mentally defective personsin Board ,of Commissioners for Said District ".,
issue of against the side of a building in Boston the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf
before paper.
((1) that it is simply taxing those England has increased from 47,778to and Defining the Powers of Said )
Mass.In the Federal Government has
Board; Providing for the Levying.
that already pay taxes in addition to '
OFPETER Assessment and Collection of Drainage an intereSt in and jurisdiction over
THIRD STATEMENT the taxes they now pay; '
a stream near Bellingham, Taxes in Everglades Drainage those bodies of water in the interests
O. KNIGHT (2) that it is not, practical and can- Among the relatives of 17-months- Disrict and:: for the Payment of Said '
Wash. Carl Miller caught a trout of navigation. It has been generally! )
Reference Florida Taxes not be enforced; old Ollie Eugene Kerr. of Ravenna, Taxes into Certain Specified Funds'
with 2 regular mouths. one agreed tliat I .the Interests of agricu'lture -
equipped to be Used for Certain Specified Purposes -
((3) that no new source. of 'revenue Ohio, are 4 grandparents and 4 great
of which was smaller than the other. ;. Providing for the Creation of in the everglades will be bene-
In two previous statements is grandparents.The .
iny necessary.TAX
Unit Districts (or Development Units) fitted TJy the maintenance of such '
connection with" the taxation situa COMMISSIONBut Within Said Everglades Drainage ,
82 old Geo.A. in Lake Okeechobee
he Is moderate elevations
tion I called to the attention oC the it is said that our troubles Although years roasting of 20,000 bushels of District and he Making and Adop- I

people that fact that, while the State largely be over if the legislature Wallace, Cleveland ((0.) fire department ojiions by a fire in Kendallville, IlL, tion of a Plan of Improvement for as will reasonably serve the needsof .
member, recently helped to Each: SuMi] Unit District (or Development navigation. Navigable channels. '. '
had increased in population from 1920 would create tax commission, so storage house, forced tears to the ]
fire for 4 hours in a blinding Unit) and for the .Appraisal value to the Everglades -
fight a
'will of
be great
until 1930, fifty-one per cent, state that we would, not have sixty-seven: I eyese of the citizens of the town. of Benefits and Damages to Accrue
snowstorm with the temperature below and the Union
and county expenditures had in- varieties of assessments of propertyby I from the Execution of Such Plan ol area, the State

creased approximately five hundredper the various county tax assessors. freezing. I At Lost Nation, Ia., James Edlemanate Impiovement and for the Levying, provided that water stages are so',

cent; that, while in 1920 the to This assertion is the premier joke 45 boiled eggs and half of a loaf I Assessment and Collection of Special controlled as to permit the lands to ,
Mrs.'Annie New York I Assessments and for the Sale ot '
tal cost of state and county government )f this whole situation.A Boettger : of bread in 17 minutes,' on a wager. I i Lands for the Non-Payment Thereat be cultivated. \Vithout. cultivation "

for all purposes, etc., amountedto tax commission was established City's only woman 'truck driver' I He won. I and for the Redemption of Lands there, will fie no production, no consumption -. .. f.ii'

only twenty-six millions of dollarsby by the legislature in 1913 just eighteen makes near beer, loads it on her! The life of 14-year-old! James Carr I from Such ,sales for the Purpose ot of commodities to move by ..;

truck in 70-pound cases, jumps up ,on i Providing Funds to Execute such water. There will be no commerce and.
hunderd ]
1930 it had grown to one j'ears ago See Chapter 6500 of was: saved with the aid of a large

and ten millions; and that the coun the Laws of 1913, the same being an the driver's seat and delivers the I l':United States flag ,which was used, / the Plan Issuance of Improvement by Board;of Providing Commissioners ; for no nayiga on. The navigable; capaciy, .,

ties alone were now spending for Act Creating a Tax Commmission, product to her customers. I because rope was unavailable, to pull of Everglades Drainage Districtof of tine Lake will be of no service to

school purposes more money, to-wit, Designating Its Duties etc. The act the boy from the well into which he Bonds Upon Behalf of Such Unit the State or the country at large. Accordingly
Virgil Bennett, IS, of Hall's Sum Districts Development! Units) and
thirty-five million dollars as against proved to be such a complete farce j, had fallen at his home, near Crarle- or the operations of the Ev-
mit Kan.. is said to possess normal for the Plei'gino; of Special Assessments
twenty-six millions, than it cost to that, in compliance will the demand, I roi, Pa.When. for the Payment of the Principal erglades Drainage District and the
health despite the fact that the leaden
operate our entire state and, county that a law should be passed with I'I. I and Interest of Such Bonds; to development of its drainage plan I ,
missile which lodged in his I
government in 1920; and twice as teeth in it, the legislature of 1921 did heart 1 penniless Steve Fennick, ofI Authorize the Issuance of Additional have been predicated upon the con-,

much,-thirty-five: million as agiust provide a board of state equalizers when: he was shot accidently four Chicago; 111., found and returned the'. Bonds by Everglades Drainage District trol of Lake Okeechobee generally .
months ago, has not been removed. and to Provide for the Payment
eighteen million-as it cost to operateall having full power and authority to do 3650 diamond brooch to the owner. I Thereof; to Limit the} Amount of within a permissible maximum stage .

the ,counties of the state for :all: that which it was asserted the tax Louise Curtis, 20, of Clinton. Iowa. Bonds Which May Be Issued by Such of 17 feet above mean low sea level.

purposes in 1920; and over four timesas commission .did not have under the I The 5,000 convicts in the San Ques- he received a $5b reward. I District: to Authorize the Issuanceof As drainage operations have progressed

much thirty-five millions as 1913. tin (Cal.) Prison have so crowdedthe Refunding Bonds for the Purposeof water tablein
ict: of See ,Sections 1042 to 1049 I i and the ground
has 2 Refunding obligations of Said District
institution that cell
against eight millions-as the. cost of inclusive; of Compiled General Laws i every, The well-preserved tree .specimens Now Outstanding,. Whether Evidenced the muck lands has been lowered, -

operating the state government in all of Florida, 1937. And this latter act! occupants. that were found 120 feet below the by Bonds, Notes, or Other- a general subsidence of as much as

its departments for every purpose which has now been in force ten earth's surface, at SeattleVasll.., wise; to Provide for a Hearing of Ex- 4 1.2 feet below the original natural
W.: ,J. Epps has been sentenced to' \ ceplons 'to Reports of Appraisers and .
whatsoever in 1920. years with teeth in if; has been so 1 I have been identified as redwood ancl elevation, of the muck lands has de, .
the "Oh'io State Prison because he ( the Confirmation Thereof in Judicial:
The figures are not only appalling, inactive productive! of such little ![ are believed to be 4000 years- old. Proceedings; to Pi oxide ,a Means veloped. The result has been that the

but alarming. ,. good, and such a complete dead letter thought a banana resemblel a pistol i i. ( Whereby Upon Petition of the Own- maintenance of the Lake between

These figures conclusively show that the fifteen months old tax and attempted to hold up a Sandusky .I', Because the Increase in trade that ers of a Certain Percentage of the limits of elevation heretofore generally --
I ((0.) store with it recently,, Land Lying Within Any Drainage
that the cause of our trouble is not experts who have given such great I they expected to follow after the regarded as desirable from the, '
i District or Sub-Drainage District NowExisting
I --
our form of taxation, but _the :unnecessary study to this 'questIon evidently do price of a shave had been cut from Within Everglades Drainage:: principal consideration of navigation".",

extravagant:: and reckless not ,even know of its existence. I An electrically operated turntablehas 35 to 25 cents did not materialize. District Proceedings: May Be Had for and the collateral consideration of

expenditure of public funds, and that There is therefore no tax commission been built flush with the lriveway Chicago, .111.) barbers put the price the P'n-po-e of' Abolishing Such ground water control, has developedas

what is needed is not a change:: in our to create, for we already have I of a narrow street in Paris. France..: :vback to 35 cents. v '_ Drainage: District::! or Sub-Drainage a menace to the interests of prop _
turning around of td' : District and Providing Means for
to facilitate the au
form of taxation or the finding ot one. And the reason it has not functioned =-: r he Payment. Funding and ,RcHundiru; ; erty and human life. This was demonstrated t.

I:C"' sources of revenue, but a drastic ? has been because. as a practical I tomobiles. The l plan speeds traffic. :and: After Joseph Stolerz, a crazed !, of the Obligations, if Any of Such} in a shocking manner, by'.

reduction of public expenditure's:;, and matter, It has been found that prevents congestion of vehicles. '. Lawrence (Nass.:) man, had thrown. Drainage Districts or' Sub-DralnaTc the hurricane of 1926!> and again by

a rope around equitable assessment, of one of the best ways to curtail the boiling water on his 19-year!) old son I Districts? and for the Maintenance 01 the hurricane of 1928-the latter
the Works Thereof and for the Levying
Marianna V. Pollak of Czechoslovakia
cur real and tangible:: personal prop- expenditure of public money is to per ; and indicted nine wounds on his of Taxes Upon the Lands' Embraced alone resulting in the death. ,by

erty. As "a matter of fact, it would be mit the tax assessors of the respective who is now a student at the wIfe with a. hatchet, Stolerz plunged Therein: to Repeal all Law drownfng of an officially recorded

a godsend to our taxpayers if the constitution I counties to continue as they have University of California. witnessed I through}' a second-story window to the or Parts of Laws in Conflict Here- minimum of 1.772 people on the

could be, pmeuJixl so as to been doing in the past, levying with when she was 11 years old. the assas- pavement where he was captured by with. shores of Lake Okeechobee.__ .
The of for
pvupose the legislation .
sination of Archduke Fran Ferdi -
future legiblatu*es from find each other in' seeing which one can the police. week/:
recent /
the nasssipp: of which application wil' (To be continued next .\)
ins any new sources of revenue. assess the property of his county the nand in Sarajevo which event is said be made is to embrace within one <:

The facts and figures shown }in lowest, so that his county will pay the to have been the primary cause of Four potatoes, each measuring 9 | statute all laws applicable to Everglades : CHEVROLET SIX COACH, '.-.

these two previous statements indicate least. proportion of the state ad valo- he 'World: War, the most destructive i Drainage District; to provide
inches in length, were, exhibited recently an adequate form of management and OR COUPE HEADS LIST
that there is fur en: tax because nliltta 'y struggle of all time. _
to ; practical matter
no necessity!:) as a -
by a Burley (Idaho) farmer. an adequae system of taxation am':: '

ther;! discuss this situation.} it has been found by experiencehat finance For Said District for the puny (Continued from Page 1) '.' .

I the lower, assessed valuation When P. H. Thomas, 52, of Denver, pose of retiiine: the obligations ot I
But since it has been 'oula..a
suggested Near San Rafael. Calif., :an: a ban- ing future development and is'au-
of real estate the economi"il Colo, was sentenced to jail for possessing said District now existing and to :
that intangibles ought to be taxed and more doned ranch house Is headquartersfor menting that progressive -spirit : by,
; provide for the construction of reclamation
40 of
pints alleged "whiskep
real: estate relieved to that extent of administration of affairs you have Hundreds of hoboes whom genernpf works in the future upon ,offering these valuable prizes to the
because:: those in he admitted l that he had drunk 3 pints L
charge of the administration
the burden of taxation, let us analyze I San Rafael residents furnish with unit basis. live wire! of this county who will devote -
just what this of affairs always endeavor v: day for 23; years. By order of the Board of Commissioners .
means. I the groceries and the meats which their spare time for the next

What are intangibles? Mortgages, to keep the millage as low as comprise the meals that the homeless trict. of Everglades Drainage ,Dis five v.eeks. The Salesmanship Club'is

notes, bonds, certificates of stock, i possible. i Hunger pangs forced 25-year-old men prepare(: themselves under W. I. EVANS, Attorney so broad and liberal that there can
savings I If the tax assessors in 1925 had as- Fred Clausen of Albuerkue N. W., to
deposits, etc. the supervision of a police officer. be absolutely no losers. Every activeclub
"cssed sell, for the price of a meal and a
Under our present method of doing property upon the basis that. LEGAL NOTICE member will be paid either a '
business I the real estate speculators then wanted night's lodging the 2 medals of 10:10r
nearly every business or : Each of the 40 men, who duringthe NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY prize or $1 out Qf every $5 collectedby
which he had received in recognition
them to it God
concern in the assess knows what
today Is incorporated last year have completed 50 years FOR SPECIAL OR LOCAL LEGIS he or she. There is no, entry fee,
: public ')f his heroic rescue work in a' mari.I -
if now would be!
we should have a tax on of service with the New York, New LATION. no strings attached to this offer. no ,
Intangibles the merchant would I A few additional l words to the real ime distaster off the coast of Flor- \ d'
Haven and Hartford Railroad, have red tape to go through. Everything is
pay the taxes on his real estate and estate men.I ida. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That ; I
been presented with a diamond pinas free in return for spare time effort.
the building in which he does business -I own a home in Asheville, North at the regular biennial session of '
a token of goodwill from the railroad IheLcgislature} of Florida which will I You do not have to be luc'ky to win
he would tax his Carolina, that cost me considerable The U. S. Bureau of Stand urds re- "
pay a on stockof
I in April 1931 of these prizes does the-
company. "Vfnp application any nor I
merchandise, he would money. There is no state ad valoremtax nmts: that 85 per cent or" 25,000 fatal! .
pay an occupational will be'made for the
passage of special element of chance have anything to'J J
,.. tax and in addition thereto on real estate in North Carolina. accidents whir.Ii occur yearly inAnoiican or local legislation, the substance
John Burmeistcr, of Franksville, do with the winnig.} Merit abut determines ,
a tax on his certificates of stock But tho county ad valorem taxes that homes are easily preventable e r i';>i will he as follows:
'Vi},.,. recently captured while owl, the winner. '
I AN ACT Declaring the Existence
in this corporation that Pay on this property are greater, i 1'Early i Jl
owns the I I '2 feet in ]heisht! and with a wlng- of Okeecholiee Flood. Control: District Start Important.
business, which certificates of stockare I I relatively] than the combined state
in This State and Boundaries
'I :pi read of 4 feet. Defining Considering the short time which ,
simply a nevidence of the propor I and county ad valorem taxes I pay in I Wesley Eddy I who will act .:as: master :; ; Ratifying Validating :and: Confirming I

tionate part of that particular corporation I this state. And yet North Carolinahas :: of ceremonies for aBuffalo (N., Y.) All Acts, Doings and Proceedings this campaign will run, the wise, club 1
In IS5G, Reuben Chalfant, 50 of member is the club
: of tho Board of Commissioners member enters
that owns. : every conceivable tax theatre must neither
: he So that by pay- ; that the marry nor\ grows
York. Pa., paid 50 cents for a razor of Okeechobee Flood Control Tistrict early. Send in your entry blank'
ing a tax on his certificates of stock I I most ambitious, rainbowchasing tax moyptache until 1934, according to
which Is still giving service In 1931. I as Created by Chapted 13711, Lawsof today. Office of the 2,000 Salesman
. he would simply be paying taxes upon expert can suggest,-a state inheri- the terms of his 3-year contract with Floria. Acts of 1929; Creating a

:, the same property in addition to .I ton e and Income tax, a franchise! tax the manager of the theatre. I Board of imissionrM-s of Said Dis- ship Club will Fe in the News build- .,

(., the taxes that he now pays thereon. a corporation tax, a tax on intangibles At Sscarsdale, N. Y., 69yearoldJulia !) trict and De Mni JIT Its Putins! and ing. Telephone 339. J. C. Riley cam-

:.ft. Stirrers has Just wed Walter T> "1rrr'1ltiiQ1, : '7ini: the Establishment paign manager Be the first to enter
r'; A bond is : etc. And yet, 03 his wife 91 F
simply a note, and bonds although there Is B. M. Hustos, and ; and Construction. Maintenance

fem. are secured for the payment thereof : no state ad valorem tax in North celebrated (the 76th anniversary of Durbrow after she had deferred their "id OnpntfoTi of a System of Canals, from your community. Costs nothingto

f rr':. by mortgages on property. ]. Carolina, and it has all these other Mirir marriage at Strong City, Kan.. marriage for 51 years, because of the LOVPPS. Drains Locks and Reservoirs enter:-nothing. to quit. A trier will

: taxes which Florida fear: hat wedded life would interfere and Improvement of Natural Waterways vjn.
If does not have .
r- bonds and notes and mortgages recently. .
:: vifh her career :as: a lithographic ar to Control and Regulate! the
r ,: are to he taxed as intangibles, then j Flor-ida i } "*r':*n."f n* Lav r? O'rporhoboe and Ca-

;. the lender would pimply provide in1 I I should] ]have to relieve real estate After Mrs: Wm. McKechnie. of tist. 1oM:1hatnhf' ; Tnvrr and Vicinity. Preventing LEGAL NOTICE

;, the mortgage securing the noted; and I If (t of its burden of taxation, I could not Craven, Cup., hal told Magistrate I the Overflow Thereof andProtecting
f,: -- bonds I I sell this home today fore one-half The four-round cannon-ball which ;, and Preserving Life and NOTICE OF-INTENT1ON TO APPLY
( that the borrower should have Cahill: that she had been. whipped .
what I was found In a gravel bank at Reecls-| Property from Los find Damage by FOR SPECIAL OR 'LOCAL LEGISLATION -
to pay whatever taxes are assessed i.1 paid for it six 3 ears'ago. Thus l>y her husband every day for the Reason of tin Overflow of LnVe okee- .
yule 0., is believed to have been I
:! upon the notes, bonds or mortgages.So : '! showing that the form of taxation has nnst IS years-a total of 6570 times.- : fhobee and tbp Caloosahalchpe RivI -

I"- you can continue to analyze any nothing to do with the salable value th'o magistrate placed William on' 'probatlon fired from a Union gunboat during I I and Vid"ctmd: the Cooperation TO WHOM IT MAY\ CONCERN:

. '.' tax on intangibles and you will find of real estate. with the promise of a jails. .ni I 1J>" battle of n1tCfil1 ton'[, Island during of Said Boai":: vith the Foilarnl Govarnment Please take notice that at the 1931 i
. I
;' tho Civil War e cr'wi ies 'T'11t>reof in Con- regular session of the Legislature of
: that the tax Is always passed on to 1 I Real estate Is just as dead in Aslio- tence If he used' his razor strop on' r"-'h with F''"ofi r'''ntrol and Navi- t11f<':n tho undersigned, F. DENE

t-: the consumer o'r the borrower, and ville as it Is in Florida. his wIre again. i iI i ration: for the Benefit of the: Lands DUFF, of Clewiston, Florida.. will apply -
Why? Because J Estjs were so low in price, recently
t' : that you an p oaly making the person I -I rind Oher Property} embraced In Said I for the passage of a special or '
: of the
-'. who already:: : pays fixes pay an additional }- !I there condition of business I Three hundred cats have been' ii.j. it West Frankfort 111., that one of District: and to Levy Assessments o* local law amending Section 3 of Ar-
< tax in and here. It Is prosperity and the town's grocers gave away 500 .I "'avpa nr "n Lam!* and Ot'ie' Prop- ticle 1 of Chapter 10433 of the Laws i
a different way upon the i I business that make real estate sal: en luxurious quarters in the ,new dozens of the hen fruit to h3 customers crtv Emhs-aoe-l! in the Said District of Florida of 1B25, providing for and '1'. -'

f.. same property that he now pays tax. | able, and not the form of taxation. In home for friendless felines, just com i ipletcd f In eggstraordinary effortto ""d I to Provide for the Collection of creating the City of Clewiston as
(. C3: on. There .Is no business that can I every state in the I at Berlin Germany. n. .: $!.1T''''' r>',t t') rn force) the f'nllec"nl nmendpf! by Chapter 1261G of the '

r' : be conducted but that the tax:: can be I tate boards union the real es- I stimulate business. ,,1 tl,11 A"a'csme11t: : Vnli1at. I ov". -..r "';"or':
r\:: : passed on to either the 1, are complaining about then. The real estate men seem:;to I -- I lug, Ratifying and Cnntirmincr nl1 amended liv Chapter ISOl0! ; '1 f the
consumer or the. taxation of real estate. And Taxes: and Facial Assessments Here ,,It We! nt Florida of 1929, so as to
t.: the yet I have the cart before the horse. ? I Averring that her husband was extend .
borrower. The only tax that can. I every state has I f-r/M T ,,..m-a} "" n a different
form of
It is my purpose in my next.article cruel and abusive when he used pan-
;.,. not be passed on to someone else Is taxation from of Cnmnlssl nr'r'5 of Okeechoboe 'i->v of Ocober 1933, on or before
;1'; the taxes paid by the home owner or I' state ad this one. Eliminae the I If the press will be so kind as to pub- mites to wash her face Mrs. R. H. Flood Control District and or for the which time the Commission of the City

$1; ;'.,; tho owner of a farm. I valorem tax In its entirety lish it, to discuss the quest'on of the Hancock has been granted a divorcein Bflrp'f: r r pild Di-tHct} ( ; to An*hf"i71" oF Clewiston. shall organize as the
I' : : in Florida and half of the I flip "Pn"rrJ of Commission'- girl
county ad Corporate
', To tax effect of swatting business and capital a Springfield (Mass.) court. authority thereof. i
(: '. savings and other deposits valorem:: tax: on real estate and, under by additional and new forms of'' I Tip''ict to BAr'w money ancl to Issue This notice I Is Rhen and published
t In banks, as has been suggested Is so nresen I ponds!' and Flspose of tho Famp to n'irst'ant to \rMcle TTT. faction 21, of 1
commons it
would not bo t tot
taxafon and by radical legislation- An unemployed man, his wife and
apparently absurd Procure Money to Carry Out the Pro- the Constitution m
t ( upon its face, with : worth dollar of Florida. and Sec-
a '
" ) conditions as they now are In this more than it is tod-jy. the return or M'I pital! to thJ state their 5 children "..-.re found II1 fnr fu'i i "Mnn-' "" 'mot ions 91) and 95. Compiled General

state that IT I When we have prosperity and good which Is more needed than anything a chicken house near EllenvllJe; N. Bv order of the Board of Commissioners Jaws[ of Flo'irla 1927 as amended by
is no worth while or business in.: tips state of OReech bee Flood Control '
again real the
estate cles Yby Ser ;t. J A. Hopkins, of the Legislature In 1929.
necessary to discuss It. will bo salable and Disrict. '_ Tt1"' ""1E DUFF.
; not until PETER O. Rt-.l GHT. ,
Now York State Police.
.. W. I. EVANS, Attorn oy. Address, Clewiston Florida. /

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"':apes: In crinfivjct! this campaign from Ii I.
tart to fl : I: !ia '-'. r 1 1-, ho'-.cr,* 11irirt' ,: '
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( ; !ha-s becnjjfe'rei. tc sifesnanl the !I Let your winning ways win a. car
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.1 is to gest winners, but every active worker will be rewarded for his or her time. I Work a short while and

send There will be no losers. The "Salesmanship Club" is something different J ride a long while.

,costs and better than the ordinary campaign. It is not a game of chance, but ; ,.".I .,. .

i i is a liberal business proposition in which every participant is paid for services .;;: GET A FLYING START '

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Bring in a big report Saturday, March 7, and win an EXTRA CAMPA..IPM CLOSES SATURDAY APRIL H, 1931i 1

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p [ver 'Certificates on the official more Silver Certificates on the official more Silver Certificates on the official This Offer Gccd until March 28,

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eligible to become a member of the Salesmanship Club and compete for a prize. This newspaper reserves the right to reject entrants.
.' 2.-The winners of prizes will be decided by their credits, said credits being represented by certificates issued on subscriptions, trade
cards, and by'coupons clipped from this newspaper.
3.-Club members arc not confined to their particular town or community in which to secure credits and subscription may work
-- when they please, collecting back subscriptions and renewals as well as entirely new subscriptions and credits will be issued on both.
: i 4.-Cash must accompany all orders where credits are desired. There will be no exceptions to this rule. "N
5.-Credits cannot be purchased. Every cent accepted through the campaign office must: represent a subscription or trade card.
TJF' I Unless otherwise stated in the schedules, no subscription will be accepted for less than one year nor for more than, five years in advance
from any ono club member. ,-.&&FK&&I .....tSSS-X KLs1-. (.,'\
1 G.-Credits arc not transferable. Club members cannot withdraw in favor of another club member; Should a club member with-
This beautiful six-piece suite of American Wal! draw from the race, his or her credits will be cancelled. Neither will it be permissible for a club member to give or transfer subscriptionsto
another club member. Credits oil such transferred subscriptions will be subject to disqualification at the discretion of the campaign manager.

1,. 1. consisting of full size bed chest choice of f' 7.-Any collusion on the part of club members to the detriment of other club members will not be tolerated. Any club memberor
-. : : club members entering into or taking part: in such combination will forfeit all right to a prize or a commission. .'
i Holywood vanities with framed or Venitian" 8.-All credits issued for subscriptions or trade cards may be held in reserve or polled at the discretion of the club member or sub-
I II IIntt scriber up to and including the last day of the campaign; except at the discretion of the campaign manager no member may poll more
mirrors chair rocker. bench. All interiors made credits in any one week than 20,000 credits above the leader in the previous standing. ..BWA **' i
9.-In the event of a tic for any one of the prizes a prize identical in value will be awarded to each, tying club member. fifsr.I
of solid Oak-dust proof throughout-can be 10.-Each club member in this campaign is an authorized agent of this newspaper and as such may collect arrears and advance
I I subscription payments from present subscribers a$ well as from new subscribers. -,. ,, ..
LL ELECTRIC RADIO I funished with twin beds. On display and can be I 11.-It is distinctly understood and agreed that club members will be responsible for all money collected. and they will remit amounts
i j in full EACH DAY to the campaign department.
: seen at 12.-No person connected with this newspaper in any way, or related to the owners or employees, will be eligible to become club
1 ill>< be a GENERAL ELEC- members or to participate for prizes. This docs not apply to carrier boys, news dealers, or correspondents. .
13.-There will be several prizes awarded, besides cash commissions ACTIVE' non-prize winners; but it is to be distinctly under
i, latest improvement in Raichine : '.:. : stood that in the event of ANY club member becoming INACTIVE, _failing to make a cash report twicd each week, he or she will be
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will be installed in "" 14.-In becoming: a member or participating: in this campaign, club members agree to abide by above conditions. -

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