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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 27, 1931
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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ii;: : BIRTHDAY GOLF ROY D. STUBBS IS Report of Activities JANUARY BUSINESS' I REGULAR MEETING'COMMISSIONERS'



;! TOURNAMENT TO APPOINTED SPECIAL'r ,'. CLEl-V/STON MILL ,SHOWS INCREASE '


r Date '\.'. Cane Ground Total Sugar;: Made To Bags
.r START SUNDAY MASTER BY COURTWill .' '' .:' To 'Made Date OVERDECEMBER SET S
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; Maj. Wilson, Local Pro, Work With Local Previous "' ; '., '....-.' 32,745.30 j ',''. ', 12537 12267 Sugar Mill Now In Full 1 i To Award County Printing

Jan 21 -:2452,15: 35.197.45 1167 13704 OOO
,1 : '. Will Have Charge Receivers For BenefitOf : Operation With Thous- .Other
Matters
:. : Jan 22 :. 2537.55 37,735.00 1253. 14962 ,,1250 ; ,

....'> i':;:.:'' Of Rules.. All 1 Creditors., Jan. 23. .'_ 23:5: .35 40,090.35 849 15512 1003 ands Employed. To Be Discussed.

':i, .: .,. Jan 21 2676.70. 42r767.25 9.f, 16706 1000 .--:--

: ..''Itj \. t: The golf coure will be the scene of Appearing in ,this 'issue of the News Jan. 25: 2887.50 45,65.J.10 1458 1816.1 1500 The first thirty days of 1931 have The county commissioners will hold

,'f.":")... <:"<:. ,much activity all of next. Sunday is a copy of the court order appointing Jan. 26 ,1 C.G4 .15S30.14100: 1826t none shown a marked Improvement In lo; their regular monthly meeting next

;.1,:.. ', .. ., .' : when the boys begin teeing off In Roy D. Stubbs Special Master in Ja11. 27 3411.S5 49,241.09'1- 19265 H'-OO' cal business conditions. The sugar II Tuesday. This will be the :second
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..' ''the handicap match play Chancery fcr the court in the Receiv WoigM pr bag of sugar, 3:5 po nds. ."' jY: mill started the 1931 grinding season meeting of the new board and if they

.,' ._ Matches were arranged by draw ership of the Southern Sugar Com Raw sugar. selling F. O. B. Savannah $ .30\, to 340.. on January 3rd. and at the, close: continue to handle the county's .business

.:r .. ... .; lug by: Major Wilson and are listed pan '. of this eek's report had ground 4J241.09 ,- as they did at the last meeting
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,::.-< below. Flight card' will be posted at In an Interview with Mr. Stubbs I tons of cane from which 19,265 they will perform their duties like

'h, :.: ":-'):. registration booth with handicap this morning the following Information HANCOCKTO bags of sugar had been made. i veterans. ,

7., :,{:,'":''; rating before each man's? 'name. Participants was obtained from the Fort My SCHOOL BOARD TO SHERIFF With the operations of the Southern Several important questions will be

I }t:;,';;.,:': of each match will arrange ers 'attorney. Sugar Company in full swing several discussed at the next meeting. ,One
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:.,;};-foo{'.:-'.; the time of play. The first round off "The main purpose of appointinga HOLD REGULAR ,START DRIVE thousand men have been given employment will be the awarding of the county;

'( :tr.matches. must brt/ completed on or master in this ,case is to in this section. The average ,printing of the delinquent tax list.

,:j:..':: before February 5lh, the second round enable Judge '\Whitehurst to keep? intimate MEETING ON WED. ON OLDTAGS MON. weekly payroll of the sugar companyis The Clewiston News printed this list
": ::' of matches must hp completed
s. : on or and direct contact with opera- last
approximately $25,000 which is year and stated before the boardat
1t) : before February Sth the third round tions of the 'Company's affairs. _
considered quite an item in this' sec that time that the only policy for

-,,:><,. .'. must be completed on or before Incidentally it must be realized Unable To Pay TeachersDue .J tion'' of the country. I! the board to follow was to give the
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February loth, the fourt (semi-fin- Has Given Residents 30
that It is Impossible for Judge White
Looking back over a period of two I work to'one paper one year and the
) : '. nU) must bo completed on or before hurst to give his personal1 attention To Slow Collec-
:i..I= Days Grace To Comply years this section has developed other paper the next. We are. goingto
?r, : February 19th, and the finals played I
i. inowed tion Of Taxes. more than any other section in the request' that the board give this
,. \ ,f--i f on February 22nd.j : With Law.
J -: -; state. county printing to the Hendry Coun-
;.:;)j :: Following are the matches for the .Judge Whilehurst recognizes the ;,. 'S -
4 Taking what was considered a bar- ty: News and shall expect, that'paper,
: :'f' \', first rounds to start Sunday: immensity of this enterprise, which The Hendry County School Board Monday is the time limit for local, back next Both
ren country and 'converting it into one to us year. of these
:t';'r'' :);'. H. Vaughn vs Plunkett, Sturgis 'vs Involves investment residents to 1931
of automobiletags
an over $20- will meet at the county sec on next secure of businesses tax in
."r:: /: the greatest developments in the are payers ,Hendry
: ; Alston, Vic Elate vs Jeffries, Stew- 000,000 he also realizes that the, successful Wednesday.The according to Sheriff Hancock.
.': south is by no means a small job. county and should receive the support
,
:..,;;; art vs Kelly E. White Pete Wilson -
vs
and economical management -. : new board has taken over the Due''to the Tact that, the county seatis of the
; ,'. ::. ;' With a business reverse as has been county printing.
y ,. Dunaway vs 'Mrs. 'Duft, Lavon of the present operations by the Receivers ;affairs of the county schools, with in- ]Seated 'so far from Clewiston and suffered by the Sugar Company there During the past year several Hundred -
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: .. /I rs Saxon, B. Nail vs H. Houze. much to the hundredsof '
: means expected to have business conditions have been 'so far
a & terest and they'&; are is no wonder that they have slowed dollars have been spent out of

. : ",- '. Heard :vs Boggs, Duff vs W. P. people dependent; upon these operations a good meeting Wednesday. I IDaye' below" normal the sheriff' has not down with the expansion program. the county for printing that could

: Vaughn Jr., Shelley vs Morgan, for a living and that to a G. Alston, local member of the 1 1I made 'a drive to see that all cars-have Businesses that 'have been prospering have ''been done in this county. Tom
Tenawlne vs Owen. C. Nall vs Hackett. great extent, the :future of this whole
.. board, will represent this district at 193ltags.
I for years have closed down dur- Hull, clerk of the Circuit Court, places -
..., ,. Deam vs Dick White, Biggs vs section of South Florida is dependentupon I -
I the meeting. Drew Hampton of La- Beginning Monday the sheriff and
ing the past year. Yet ,this. a cornparativc this work and it should be givento
Bowden Hall
vs Parkinson.: the successful outcome of. the : Belle is chairman,with,C. C. Car from his :forces will start enforcement of \.y young business, has con any printing company in the .county -
Any matches not the
completed by present ,proceedings and In feeling
':'.,';:. I dates specified above will be declared Felda representing that district. E. this law and according, to Sheriff tinued to grow and is now in full op- that can 'handle the work.. Mr. 4-
this responsibility to all of the' in-
'. ,,' L. Stallings is the Superintendent of Hancock, thirty days grace is enoughto eration. HulPs attention will be called to this
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-t .- defaulted by TIle player that fa ie.d' teresting'parties Judge Whit hurat Is
instruction and Is in actual
public give those who to comply
expect
: Sugar can be made successfully In matter at. the, meeting Tuesday.
; ? to ,
: :) appear. exceptionally desirous to render any
.( ::..' ;'..' Tournament rules will be'posted at assistance wIThIn the power of the I charge of the county schools with the law and purchase their new Florida. The only thing necessary In The question regarding the posting

r ;""-::. :. No. 1 Tee.. court, to the ''management and to The board has been handicapped lu I tags.On this development is a proper organization of Liberty Bonds as security by. the
their 'work due to the fact ,that January first only half of the "
,.; ,. All players whether entering the' leave no stone unturned which will I they with as small overhead expense _- Bank of LaBelle will be discussed in
; .tr' have been unable to the teach, automobiles in. the county had secured -
,
,. :. tournnnent or not will be requested. assist in tiding the 'corporation over pay as 'can be possible. This is all probability and this matter shouldbe
.':" :i to show membership' card in good its present difficulties and make the I ers. County taxes have been comingin 1931 tags. This is due to the nothing more than a huge farm development settled. Also, the bonds of several

; : ..' standing pay' the regular 50 cents venture ultimately a successful and -very; slow during the past three factt.that a good many of those owning and if divided Into small county officials. We 'understand that

',. green fee befoie teeing off. ,profitable investment.In months. cars live in Clewiston and they farms. under foremen It can be made the officials who have not posted. security .

.' ." The following) rules will apply In an attempt to reflect these sentiments The school board is also discussingthe hadlnot received their pay from the a s\1ccess.\ Cane will grow here and :, bonds have not been notified.

the Bank of LaBolle ,and the security 'SujSr Company. be manufactured This should have Been done after
tournament: of Judge Whitehurst it will sugar: : can. from cane right

,, : I be my duty as a special, officer. of posted by the bank as collateral .. The automobile tag compulsory law ?own in the Everglades., -. the last meeting.
,: Three prizes-WInner, runnor-up funds. : Isjafrgood; there
\ ;, -and Consolitlon,' .' ,. ," his court"tc .spend a good) part ojd my against. county : ; thing i1nd; If was someway January business has shown a great The: new board of county commis- .
L.'.O.; Gravely attorney-ilt"LaBelfe; we"'-could enrorce'-the tax laws ar'industry
"' time in Clewiston discovering oppor-. Improvement and, the "s sioners' have very little money to :op
Match] Play
: -,.;',' .' Handicap three- tunities for the court to lend its assistance represents the board as their attor like we do the automobile laws' people is responsible for this increase in era'te on during the next year. Taxes
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: fourths
difference of
handicap rating.
., All wherever possible 'to the suc- ney. would pay 'their taxes Every 'person business In Clewiston. are coming in very slow"and the'Toads
\ matches 18 holes except finals / '
." cessful and economical management driving a car during 1930 purchased will need working. Something will
I which will be 36 holes.
ot the Receivership.It a tag and if teeth could be have to be done to meet these obligatfcms. -
,(: :-- Play '
new size ball
only. FLOOD CONTROL put in the laws like in ROAD NOW UNDERCONSTRUCTION
:. ,.. Course S'oundary-The boundary is is distinct/ understood that my tax they are The commissioners are not
mission is not of disturbance the automobile tag laws people would '
one
'_ the
west Toad'rlit"ch along going to put county In debt to
driveway from
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-'. '.: ... railroad .to parking ,area ,and' the out. but a sincere attempt, on part of the BOARD IS ''S.EEKlNG'RIGHT pay their taxes.FAREWELL. FROM meet these obligations. We have been

court,' to be of'assistance and protection .
wondering just what will be done to
:' ', side, (south, and west) ditch of roadway -
'(" :.. to all interested_ parties through, keep the county in the same' financial -
:,r.' :. around the course (Country Club 'OF 'WAY DANCE GOODNO TO LABELLE
its Receivers.
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: Drive). shape it has enjoyed during the
: : .) /;,: Mr.. Stubbs is making his headquarters i* past year. 5 5 __

::';':" Ball out of while in Clewiston at the 5
..-r, :' bounds-Play second Clew- GIVEN BY HORTMAN THree( Miles of Road Is Certainly the old board spent more
;;f;::. ball from' point where first one was iston Inn. He is, expecting to spend To Ask Property Owners '
on the roads during thepast
: :':,:?,r.:.,5.". played, Count stroke actually made considerable. time .in Clewiston and For Land To Place 'Completed from Good- money
.. } year than the new board will haveto
ORCHESTRA TUES.Puss
: j\,?>\. but no penalty"stroke.. from time to |Ime will ,:render his reports .
.:.. r. Toward Clewiston.Three spend. Tl'avel'on the county' roads
'.A't;:' Lost Ball-Five minutes search al- to the ,courts which will be pub- Fill From Canal .
.is increasing day. With the new
every
;;:'::.oiff-/, lowed. Drop ball over shoulder at ished in the News for the information ; -
/ Hotman and his famous orchestra miles of rock had been road map in circulation there' is
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point where think lost. One stroke of those interested in the out- -
'; 1.rTpenalty.. come of this Receivership.Poor ?. Actual ,work on deepening the Ca- played to a capacity house at placed on state road twenty-five from shown a paved road leading into

:"t I. ; -. Ball in .water hazard-Drop ball at loosahatchee river will be started the Legion home at Belle Glade Tues Gnorlno station east Saturday; night.The Hendry county from the east side

;.' / nearest point ball entered the water within a few (days Senator Young. day night. It was one of the best entire crew was then trans- and the road from Fort Myers is

-,4:: ;' ..' hazard. One stroke penalty. Lights Delay secertary of the Flood control board dances of the season, with one of the ferred from the east end of the road paved to the county line. This is very .

-' ;;1St.,=: .., Balls. In small drains across fairways Diamond Ball Practice was in Clewiston last: Monday with largest crowds in attendance.The ,back to Goodno station and work was misleading but traffic is increasing

"''i:. ';: -may "be dropped. back without penal. his engineer and'secretary, going ov- Belle Glade post of the Legion resumed from there to LaBelle. Approximately every day. & .

>'''; '. ty except drain ditches on No. 1 and I The diamond ball diamond has been er-the route and securing the right-of- held a banquet earlier in the even one mile of this part of There !is no equipment in the Clew

':; ;' No. 7. On No. ''1 and No 7 one stroke completed and the lights were turnedon ways for the government to use to ing and installed .their officers for the road was completed Tuesday.The iston district, very little money was

\?'I; penalty except on drive. Wednesday night. Due to the large deposit the dirt taken from the canal the ensuing year The Hortman orchestra state is doing all the grading left for the commissioner to work

,, ": Balls In and river. the while the McCloud Construction Company with. Something will have to be done
: rought must be played as number of bulbs used and the great furnished music during
"', ; HP The Flood Control'Board will haveto is hauling' the rock. to keep the county roads in this sec-
?:: : they Only loose dead grass or I If.9i" amount of power needed to light the banquest which attended by members
sticks secure the right-of-way from the The road is leveled tion in shape and in all probability
may be lifted by hand. Players court it was found that a small trans- of the. Clewiston, post. being as the
i lake down the canal to Fort Thompson. work drive I will be worked out at the meeting
allowed and
;:', not to have caddies hold former would have' to be hung near Puss and his orchestra will makea progresses cars can
.', f,f limbs. or bushes ,out of way. The government will take care! over the road. According to state 'officials 1 Tuesday.
the diamond to take care of this tour of Alabama during the next
,j /. Balls in unplayable lie-Drop I of the work 'from Fort Thompson to In charge of construction, The reflection of the balance left in
one
amount of voltage. Practice, will not few weeks and will not play in this
1 tJ.i j ," club length no nearer the green.. One Fort Myers. rock will be ulaced on the road from the county funds is not due to the
: begin until the lights are working section until this 'summer? or next
'\.ffifl _ptroke penalty. (Player to be sole This work is being done by the Goodno to Bakers highway within extravagance of the old board bub
,
: better ad. the diamond is in better fall. They have made many friends
." ..J': 'I;:; :";,.: fudge. of when ball is unplayable). shape. government so that when the heavy with their clever music and are concriere .. ninety! days. When this road is com due to the fact that very little tax

r'H ',;. ',:' Do not' ground club in sand traps ,work Is started in the lake they will pleted it will shorten the' distance money has come into the county so
: The Clewiston '''News team is
': .YN ". ':.: in addressing the ball. Penalty, loss readyto be able to move their equipment up from Clewiston to LaBelle by ten far this year.

.;:'sr. .. .f;. < ,of hole.Bslla take the field, quite! a number ot. the Caloosahatchee river and into the this section. They travel in their own miles and will educe the driving Efforts have been made to have the

;.i:' '-I{ ; driven into the bunkers must candidates for the team reported for lake. A four foot water level will be car and have played at ihe leading time about thirty minutes. circuit court postponed for this term.
dnnce halls In this section of the
>!:iti.7,: be played as they lie. practice Wednesday night but were State road twenty-five has been We understand that this will not be

'} 0:" Bills: in ]line of putt on greens will unable to do any work due to 'tho poor I- state. under! construction either by the county done and that Judge Whitehurst will
I The Legion Post at Belle Glade
: : :.,- N marked and lifted except in 'fin. lighting of the field. This will be cor- this will be the depth of the river or state for the past four years. hold court as usual. This request was
J has made rood with the Hortman or-
./JI' ,als. In finals STYMIES will be rected during the next few days and when the work is completed. Fons Hathaway promised the road made to the Judge after a motion
., (ol stra and the lovers of good dancing -
Y.r
:! played.. practice by all teams will be in full. The state has put up $50,000 tor I when he was campaigning for gover requestiong him to postpone this termof

". ; ( Ban played from a point within 20 swing by the middle of next week. this work and the government will will welcome Puss and his gang nor. Robert W.: Bentley, present state courf' was passed at the last board

: iitt yards of ]hole must not strike the E(] Butler who has had charge of spend whatever is necessary. The back to the Everglades at any time road chairman, *is the one who has meeting. ,

,/' t: "';.:':, pin. Penalty loss of hole. the diamond stated that the light! state lias already sent its check for they choose to come. pushed the work and is responsible The spring term of the circuit

t;;;: Matches tied at end of the 18th hole would be fixed by Monday night and the $50:000 which is the amount asked for the contract being let for the entire court will be held as usual. ..

'.<<:)!\v\\it;. z..'ill continue play without handicap that all teams wishing to enter the for b'y the government. Deputy Tax Assessor length of the' road. It is one of

t allowance until one player wins,' ext league should report to him at once. The entire flood control district is S tre most needed roads in the state
.
.':,;,: .t.-,-: cept: on semi-finals and finals. On Tho': only _teams entered so fare are, bearing this expense. It is not a state Here On Business and will serve both coasts in the Fletcher Sends Copy Of

?<" semifinals an additional nine holes the Legion and Clewiston News project but the property owners In shortest driving time. The. distance Congressional Directory

<''. will be played with posted handicap.On teams. the Everglades will pay for a water Miss Edith Howard, deputy tax as between the east and west coasts

: :. .. finals an additional(] eighteen holes] I way across the state that will be a sessor of 'Hendry county was In will be only 134 miles and throughthe

.i will be played with posted handicap. THE WEATHER benefit for the entire state and will' Clewiston last Monday to receive, tax greatest section of- the state. We acknowledge with thanks a

.,f ,. :.," On fairways play winter rules. I bring millions of dollars into the returns for the new year. Miss How LAKE LEVEL copy of the new Congressional Directory -

.-: ,>.. Players will please smooth over Date Max. Min. Rainfall state treasure. ard has been deputy tax assessor for sent to us by the Honorable

'.1.}t.,r.,.:.:." foot prints In sand traps. Jan. 19 ............? 52 65 .35 Barges will be at work on the river the past four years and Is considered 6 A. M. 6 P. M. Ducan U. Fletcher, member of the

-. ',"" \'i'!:" No practicing: on fairways or greens Jan. 20 .....:..,.,...75 57 .04, within a few weeks and the work one of the most competent county officials Jan. 15 ........................ 17.5 17.4 Unite clStates. Senate in Washington.

.,':-.,r.>. during tournament. Jan. 21 .61 45 .4! will be rushed to completion. Several in the county. Jan. 16 ;;....................... 17.3 17.3 Senator Fletcher made a personal -

.-.:\t:;r: : All matters, of doubt or rules not Jan. 22 .............. 62' 32 small boats have crossed the lake She was filling' the place of Mr. I' Jail '17 .... .:..;.. ............ '17.2 17.2 visit torCIowiston last year while, in

-, .'" ,. 'J specifically covered In these rules Jan. 23 .... ......... 61' 44 from Fort Myers during the past Reeves who was detained in Felda' Jan. '18. ...................:...... 17:2 17.2 Florida on his vacation. '
; ... :- will he referred to Major Wilson who Jan. 24 ..........:... 69 54 week. When the four foot is Senator Fletcher Is one of the best
'" '. 1ive' depth locking after his farming interest. Jan. 19 ..;...,.........L?... 17"1 171
' will nrcordaiice\ ruling covering question In Jan. 25 .............. 68. : 58:' _":'' .10 completed it is expected that all Miss Howard will receive return at Jan. 20 ....".... ...p.......:. 17.6 ]7.6 known Senators Washington and Is

with U.S. G.. A. rules fort Rain for week ,.:, ...;; .....:. ::: :?.:...:.. yi small frafts Journeying from coast to tha Court House until the books close : Jan.21Jan. :.......:.........:..... 17.2 17.2 one of the commanding figures in

',:\ 1931. I Rain to date. ...:........... .................... 2.69' coast! will use the lake route.' I In ,April '' '.'.: '22 ............... ..:....: "'17:1',: -i7.1 the ranks of the, Democratic,.party.A .

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; Published every Friday at as those of any group or class : 1

r; Clewiston Florida. In the national population.ENFORCEMENT I II e 1

. Through the ingenuity of a Prague the cash register and. rang up "Paid

r. LOUIS MORGAN .... Publisher I OF LAW; J JI (Bohemia) inventor the common Out $110." '," I

i house fly can now be electrocuted bya II
\ : Entered at the Postoffice at Clew .
Crime and law enforcement are the new device which consists of a sugarcoated For the first time in 300 years, I I

i;:' "' .Iston, Florida, as second class matter. I and comment | meallic plate that is con England has abolished the tax on'' -_
principal topics of news I I

f; SUBSCRIPTION RATES throughout the United States nected, by wires, to an ordinary electric tea. I YOUR WINTER DIET NEEDS IRON

Ono Year ........................................ $2.50 I since the issuance of WIckersham 1 light socket. 1 I I I Take the ,irony: out of our conversations I (Approx..39::: calories to serving;! ;

r.'. Six Months .................................... 1.50 Commission report The eleven illus- :, Although she fell 75 feet down the : and we probably should not C tour apples
1 Sanders, a cowboy, who expended side of a steep bluff near LaCrosse, 12 pitted dates .
: Three Mouths ................................ tt trious gentlemen who composed the Ralph : suffer much. But take the Iron out of '
their re- : 95 days to train a bull to the I Wis., 17-year-old Winifred Shess suf- 12 cup water '
L.: Commission supplemented 1 our diets we all would probably turn

,. ADVERTISING RATES port with frank personal expressions.They saddle, also expended 254 more days'i; 'i i I fered only severe bruises. anemic. For iron helps supply those 1-2 cup corn syrup (butlcrseoth or
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2; F rt-1ye cents per inch. No discount "disagreed on all the important to ride the animal from Brownsville, I I --.- red corpuscles that make a healthful maple flavor). .

t .: for plates. No special position with the result that there are Tex., to New York City, a distance of : In the Second Baptist;: Church at I '
points I blood supply and must be added to Wash and core apples beginning at
2,700 miles. Little Rock:, Aik., 44 years ago, Irs.
;;:i. ,guaranteed. AU' advertising copy morsels of saisfactlon for persons of the phosphorus, the protein: calcium I[ blossom end. Pare skin!: one Inch from

::-;. must be in this office on Wednesday every shade of opinion. i uo'w J. L. Hawkins helped organize the and the, like, for a well balanced diet. top. Place two dates in center each
Berlin. has 130 po School in which she has been
Germany Sunday
:before issue of paper. Deaths from alcoholism 'in the ; It's not much trouble to see that I apple. Place In oiled baikng pan.. Mix:
i< Ilcemen who speak English. They are a teacher 'ever since nnd has never '
United States now reach about 5,000a I : the meols contain iron In t the good corn syrup ald'water and pour over
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: stationed at the city's main traffic missed a Sunday. "
:.: year, double the figures of 20 ;years j I old summertime, when vegetables and pples. Bake In hot oven 450 degrees,
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; OUR GROWING TAX BILLS ago. Ten persons out of each 100,000 cen tel's. fresh fruits are fairly thrust upon us
I After they stole a safe at-Warren, F., about a half hour until apples are
population In 31 American cities were But In the Jack Frost months, these
tax bill for the last Although Js. B. Lawrence, of Blue- Ohio, and hauled it 10 miles, bandits I | tender. Baste several times duinigi .
The National murdered in 1929, and our prisons i are not so readily available, especially]
$13- In- field, W. Va., appears to be a healthy forced the safe open and looted it of I i i cooking with syrup. If necessary, add
approximately their
,; fiscal :year was have doubled the number of I. in the rural sections, and we musteleswh'erc I .
!' veins has been given to him by 19) $40. They overlooked $400 in a top more water as the syrup thickens.!
$111.00 per
below I
500,000,000; or just mates since 1001.It look for our mineral sup-
$875,000,000 in 1913. $1- man every drop of blood .in his compartment of the safe I. Iron Salad
connectionto
capita. It was is interesting in this pI)'. I
'.. '. In 1925 since which date Atlantic. Paris, I other persons through 50 blood trans- I 3 cups shredded cabbage'I
r : 382,000,000 ; glance'across the I Not that we have to look far-rightunc'er
I! fusions during the past year. Law- Although 360 persons were murdered I 1-4 pkg. pitted dates
1' it has expanded nearly 1000 per cent with a population of 5JCG.OOO, ac- our noses Is an excellent source I
: rence is suffering from a peculiar in the city of New York during i 1 cup diced pineapple! (r.'.:sh or
one-halt of j
; in 1930.. If allowance of cording to the Woild Almanac, has become of iron, dried fruits always in season .I
: type of anemia and his body f Is un- 1930 not one: slayer was executed in canned)
this sum is made for the great war as law-iespecting and as law- and everywhere available. The pasteurized /
'able to manufacture its own blood. Sing Sing Prison at Ossining, N. Y., I i Lettuce '
I"\: : and the enormous expenditures it entailed respecting and' as safe as any great 1 I dates contain 3.4 "shares". of I

: which is altogether too large, city in the World It is a regular during the year. the fineral in one serving alone, and j I Salad dressing .
::. Miss Margaret A. Smoke and David 1! Soak cabbage in cold l water until
there remains! 500 per centum of increase "safety zone." as compared to Chiro- we need but 30 "shares" daily, all
Ash married at Iowa world's cranberry bog crisp. Drain thoroughly. Add pineap
F. recently The largest
rr.> o to be reckoned with. Meantime go and New YoiTc. The Chief of Police were .... told. Besides this iron content, dried

:., 0 State and Municipal indebtedness of Paris recently stated that I City. Iowa. I IJ I is owned and operated by Miss ElizaBeth fruits add bulk to the die.t not to 1 pie, dates and French or mayonnaise

White who raises about 76- dressing and toss with two forks until *
::- grew between 1912!) and 1925, hold-ups antI, night crimes hf tho I C. mention vitamins and calorie con
., J Mrs.\ Maurice House, of Fenwlck, j 000 bushels of berries each year on I well mixed. Serve in cup of lettuce J* I
i': from $$3,104,126,000 to $11,650,000,000 French metropolis decreased in ncm- tent nor to say one word about the \.

I" ;) or nearly 400 per cent.: Since the ]latter her from '300 in 1920 to 103 in 1929.t Ont., Canada has a hen with 4 feet her 600-acre farm at Whitesboro, X. J. ,I flavor. ; leaves. \ t,|

: date it has increased nearly 33 1-3 the Fame time, be: said, the mini. the 2 extra pedal appendages project I The following recipes) will be found I Honey BoyA
from the rear of the two which the Ernest A. Franke. of near Council ( Laxative Confection.)
: per cent; and at this time its growth her if burglaries have fallen off rap- useful in bringing Iron into the.diet '

v L Is abnormal, because funds are said 'Jrn .. The great increase in the number chicken uses in roving over the farm. Bluffs, la:, claims to have a 27-year- I j: in the plcasantest way possible. You 12 cup shredded cocoanut. .

;f to be needed. for public works which of automobiles in Paris. and not old hen which still lays its full.quotaof I will notice, too, that some recipes carry I' 3-4 cup raisins
1 1-2
,.' will furnish employment to the idle 1'Or'crime, has made it necessary The money saved by Lublock (Tex eggs*annually. the number of calories they contain pkg. pitted ates"I

/ segments of our population. to Increase the size of the police as) citizens during their recent 1-day so you may count them if you I 12 sq. chocolate .

I:;. -, Without approving or condemning force. fast, is to be spent for food which Aluminum, which ',is valued! at I like. I 2 3-4 cups flaked bran

; this program it may be said that the Our enforcement: experts might will be given to the town's needy per- $545 a pound In 1860, now sells for Stuffed Apples Glace tbsps. honey -
I Run the cocoanut, raisins and dales
continued growth of our' tax bills is profit by studying the reasons why a sons. about 25 cents per pound.In .
Andrew (S. C.) resident, has read the alternately through a food chopper.
r f- reasonably certain, unless a policyof city like Paris has grown better and !
Stir In melted'chocolate.
Bible 39 times without skipping a then bran
: retrenchment should be widely safer, while on this side of tho Atlantic The body; of Mrs Douglas Stanfield's I St. Louis county. Mo., ;a new : and
word. '- honey alternately. For mthe mixture -
r' ;.. ., adopted. But of that there is no outward crime conditions have multiplied. pet dog which was killed' at thoroughfare named Lindbergh was Into roll about
.) I a one inch in di
.
Knoxvllle. Tenn., was enclosed in a dedicated: -'
;" visible recently.
and sign. In any event I
: special satin-lined casket: before its The clock in the town hall, Castle- ameter. Cut In slices with. sharp

-... ':: we 'may be sure that payment of our TAX' WILL burial. ton, Isle of Man, has been in contin- I knife. The roll keeps fresh for sever-

:... : tax bills will be increasingly difficult QUESTION Bridgeport (Conn.) Kiwanis .club uous operation for '380 years. al days if wraypped in waxed paper
7" for I members who comprise the committee -
the next decade. Such a condition
., tad l stored In a tightly covered con- ,
is While preaching in a Chicago (Ill) to visit the sick are a physician
1 whblly incompatible with genuine BE GREAT PROBLEMFOR II When a giant eagle collided with a i cainer. Yield one pound. (about 32

'" prosperity, and hence retards its re synagogue, Rabbi Samuel Mayerburg. a druggistr-a florist, a clergymas, an pieces).
mid air at Risal-
military plane m ,
:..,... turn.'. Government competition with was robbed of $84 by thieves who' undertaker, a tombstone salesmanand .
.. { LEGISLATURE pur, India, the machine wag wreckedand Health Cookies
t.: private industries, even though in looted his clothing in the temple E. T. Buckingham, the secretaryof the 2 aviators who occupied it i (Approx. calories: SO each cookie.)

:- embryo, ''but actually resolved upon, dressing room. a cemetery association. were killed. 1 cup white flour

-,, would be an added detriment to public 2 tsps, bak. powder
. Four States Meet
enterprise. An industrial nation Forty Carfare and the price of a meal, for Since the resignation of the select I According, to the will of his grand- 1-4 to 1-2 tsp. salt

(', at a time like this which would seriously With Same SituationAs relatives and friends, who attendedhis men of 'GIlsum, N. II., 22-year-old Scran- 1 cup whole wheat flour
( | mother, Thomas F. Torry, of ....>
ti.... consider the expedience of such funeral were stipulated in the Florence E. Wright, the town clerk, I: "1-2 cups sliced dates. .
Florida. ton, .Pa., must marry and become a ,

r":. a policy, would display a degrees of will of James ll. "revan/ Philadelphia. ."'" .,, has been' responsible..f'u-t -, I for the town's. I father if le.wal ts possession of .an I I 1-2 tsp. vanilla ,:."" It.r*

:; unwisdom as hurtful in results as deplorable JACKSONVILLE, Fla."Fortrfoursl Pa. > fIn : + business affairs. Ii S50,000-estate. 0I' G tbsps. shortening".; ,_ '"..... .

f: in Judgment. 23 cup blown sugar.

;::. It would seem that the time is pro- jl legislatures meet in 1931" ac-' the presence of witnesses in Siberia j i Besides the, 4.711,000 gallons of intoxicating Chinese officials who resent the ] egg .
Florida State Chamberof
cording to the a Russian soldier ate a meal '
: liquors' seized by United
1-1
; milk
pitious for laying 'all such experimental cup .
; photographing, by tourist of beggars, .
Commerce. "Allof these law making -
which consisted of 10 pounds of beef,
States Prohlbtiion Enforcement offi- 1-2 nutmeatsSift
:;:; movements upon the table un-I huts, naked children and ether' un cup
bodies iibw in session exceptin
; are 10 pounds of bread and butter, .and a'i cers during the last 6 months, fines white flour salt
k til business gets on its feet, pleasant bits of China's life, claim I and baking
Florida and Georgia where they'vil'
k":" demonstrates its ability to resume Its I bunch of candles as dessert. ; of $2,314,837 were assessed against I that s.ucii pictures are detrimental to ; powder. Add whole wheat flour. Mix
.mm-nne in April and June re- .
.,::- march forward. Many insist that such Ih : liquor la\violators. along with jail the best interests of the nation. I elates and coarsey chopped nut meats

; a situation would be urged as an imperative I spectively. The world's greatest' railway center sentences which totaled approximately I I trhough flour with finger tips. Cream

"The outstanding problem facing is Chicago. 111. .
:: reason for leaving them on I 8,000 years. While seated on a corner-stone of I or pour the 'shortening, stir In sugar
the majority of these legislatures,
-- i ii I says the State Chamber, "judging The Powder Magazine, built in 170S Miss margaret Mix well add milk
f lagged again. Perhaps a better plan Irving is paid $5,000 Pa.. 27-year-old Clarence R.. Rogers : and vanilla Stir

i : 1 would be to let them remain on the I' from general press comment, will for the storage of gun powder, is a a year for tasting and judging the, I shot and killed himself. I in tlrv-ingredients. Drop mixtures by
hinge upon the question of taxation building of historic interest in Char-
&{ table, permanently. For we may be quality of tea imported by a London heaping teaspoonfuls onto a well-
in some of Its phases. Education, labor leston, S. C. Although it was condemned I I ; oiled
firm. baking sheet 'inverted drip-
(Eng.) or
> sure that whenever men in industrial I A 78-pound nugget valued at
1 transportation and public works as unfit for further service ,
t t associations begin serious encroach- I I $26,7S5,' is reported to have been ping pan. Bake in a 'moderate oven
r programs appear to be among the important 30 years l before the American Revolution (375 degrees F. minI
:_ ments upon sound commercial principles In his effort to collect $983 for groceries found by a 17-year-old boy at Larklnville. .- I ( ) for about 10

1-" and practices, or decline to observe I questions that will occupy the the building is still in use' asa I. sold during the past 2 years,_ West Australia. 0 I utes. This recipe will make about 36

I law makers throughout the country. museum and meeting place oE the 'I cookies.Appetizers '
the fundamental divisions be- \ a merchant presented the Bangor
'.Four State legislatures meet annually South Carolina Society! of Colonial I!
Me. court itemized bill 51 feet
tween the limits of private expansion ) an ..

r. and public regulation evolved namely. Massachusetts, New Dames. I II in length. f 0" .
York:, Rhode Island and South Caro- I.

from experience and approved' by lina. Louisiana, Kentucky, Missisippi I Albert Tencate. 85 years eld, has I Ii .
:" time, they will be brought to.a -halt Thirty four nationalities are represented inthe I. I
and assemble in the 71 of continuous DietPichles
Virginia
by the Government fully ustalned by even i, the record of years +I and 37 languages spoken I -
The of 18 states Phoenixville (Pa.)
year. legislatures are employment in a
, an overwhelming public opinion. II II among! the 2,500 workmen employed .__ __ I
unlimited while with four exceptions manufacuriiig plant. :
construction in
in the of a subway
Familiar Aids the :r.0i.lcni decorative: touch to "
-Connecticut, 5 months; Mary- 'I .' tikiecltim2 (I I
FARMERS TIRED OFBEING Buenos Aires, Argentine. m e.11s.

-. PREACHED AT land. 90 days; Missouri, 70 days; When an Albany (N. Y.) motorist : : Zest, Used With a bottle or two Of pit kiss!

Tennessee, 75 days; the average legi- coulcl not get his car uphill in New I 1 1I I Princeton (N. .J.) University' geologists I en Many Ways ')In the p-uifry S'Tc?If, >vu 3re pieinod -

slative sessions are from 40 to GO Hampshire because the gas was low, r to give a new note of Interest /
plan to explore the now famousBeartooth -
That the people of rural America 4 and
'ays.! 20 stones into' the tank iiiuufcinii u 1'i..se In tho _
are tired of being preached at and I he dropped (:Montana: )" district which ::r ANY of us, remembering how Ui'ZlU.For. I

told what to do and think, is the main I to raise the gas to a higher level.. I I recently yielded the only dinosaur I' '. i.ii good irrandmother's; meals) used : example, a now piquancy of -(

CONGRESSMEN the Western to taste, le all how much hungrierwe flivor and color is added to a fruit
'ev.g' fragments found on
deduction made from a study of 125- MOST EN .
Geologists say that the human cot after caching a few cocktail by the addition of sliced
(TOO() ) letters received by the editors of Hemisphere. I pickles from the fainilb" old sweet picklce. In salads pickles
bones found recently in Gypsum: Cave "
the Country Home during the past; are popular as ingredients of the
REPRESENTATIVES: Las Vegas, Nov., prove that:. 1 I
;year, from readers in every part of near Tho number of blind persons in. the ;;;v" "" :':' salad Slsylf! of the dressings, and

the United States.SummarIzing man made his advent in North America J United States is 55,000. i ; ; i 5i:: t1 as garnishes:; for tho ccniultieddish.
: '
the contents of these OF RURAL SECTIONS : about 20.000 years ago. 'r.;...i. :j',:. ." '1'..,.... ',. .:... 1.:. '-:"'<<.,'" .
I" : : ; J .j.ji StufTcd dill slices make an :attractive -
letters, the editors state. "The spiritof I French had been ar-' Shortly after he resigned from the 1 r* and tasty salad: :'
After M. A.
\
,
modern rural America Is. in a Falls City (Neb.) police force with i r jI. Select: too large cJill plckUs'and remove

single phrase, the spirit of full and \ F ourt District Only 1 One I I'rested for robbing n Lynn (Mass.. ) v:litcu he served for 20 years without r'i-\1 J t:1\::: ',::: ':;::;w':4t 'J csmers. ufltig a.s apple coier or a lung
t frp Loife. ra=?:tk the
I Ii I jewelry store, the bullet which had. : centers full o(
joyous living. Rural people expect as II i Bodily 1-jary.; Frank CambUn! had a I. 'crI I: .keen ri,,.m C.-.CCSC. Chill. Cut In CllCCS
I| Classed As Urban District I been fired at him by_ the store's pro- crushed while trimming tree. } c'J: rrr""iffernl (.1)) Inice leaves or' met
mucH in the way of goods und stand- 1 "oit a .. : icr JusJui: Ku\t$ or cj.bhaec. liar; .2h
found lodged, in the stol- 1\; /.i\( ::>: .::::: x: '" '
ards as city people. The want the I In Florida. i i priotcr was Ft the 2 fingers that came into con- I ,{ 'i\,' '%\ jr&yos,::tl.o I : 'i :,cse '.!..::.- nny h be -id
: "
/ t ') as t. garnishfar: ovror formeat
which French had placed ; s-uJaJs. or
best and will insist on getting- It. .{I ea watch ''act with a saw and suffered a broken "..* -T XLfcL.Tjv rO i:<_> 1 plotters! ; also: on l'o1d! of toast for
in the coat pocket: over his heart, but a crr.",pe.
"American country people ,are simp- I JACKSONVILLE, Fla.-"In view of leg when hit by an automobile. J''t: ; !!r ):; 4irt$1
.' .... ... ). A' delicious! tartar -
ho was not hurt. ., ., ... '... scu e'rvc
Americans who prefer for reasons altogether -: the probable redistricting of Florida I : "' i'oo'"...O._.'....,...\..- .'.... (:,..'., :..:..., 'n.'iri; Jis l.ts. jnt iJe :tS follows:

sound and civilized to live: 1 i by the approaching legislature to, J-'rvf'-rtl} ..days' after Mr. and Mrs. #<; ? Acid oct La j".loou <.'; iuely cujpp-'d
.W. :
+ .\ fortune of25,000? awaits them i CUC"f': : cue: tsair:on n.,'aced
apart from the haste, grimo and turn, | care for the additional congressman : r&vift ICeuhner had moved from Hush .,. ,.
ult of the city. They prefer the whole,. j gained under the 1930 census the Col.I ''n who eon"prove to the court., in* "lilt, 50. to 'Newark, N: J., the pet :.--.iI.i._,:: IJ. ) :?;:;...)::: ::-'..:;1 ; messing: is u..tio
\ wark'.N. .I.. that he is the long-Ion : .
><. wh?;t h had abandoned at ;;h, L'Y' )'y' m lid: 1g cimuljJ} a sour:"
some life of the small town ant I lowing should be of interest to our ( they : ""
heir of '*h<=' late-Wm. E. Emery. Al- IJlc.c": .. .. ... .,
Newark pickle-dish that usually graced her So\ : t; -;pc (L iL.1 : ed
Into their
II11I walked :
farm; they like to see the family re- readers: 1'36h ..
\ rea'1 i"::! "heirs" ha e failed to prove table. pall:!:; :o Frcrohf :: ere:_.::.:,;.
main together with a common interest '- The congressional roster of members -: home, '
Pickles have been unlvers.il favorites )Iho! PyramidsAr.
I their claims' to the estate.
-Ihc home. They like to hay e shows .. .. .- ."- .
i that Congressmen Drane,r since long bare r'ar.1-: .5 { lI' ler n. -t eoB9w1oaces -

Weir children around them and ti:inr| :,t district; Green. second district; ""t r>: vr: >lan the money' the s. pyramid: slice of
tool
Dr I After he
'wor.1in. : their own gardens or out Ii:i I and Yon third district; are classified ..' "IIJ'. er, 79 years old, recently remarried liked them for their taste, butrecotrMzed cUll plan !s11cc!' lit sweet c111 ptc Ie. Icc! tof -
safe in an automobile garage at Vrella I- them .8wE t pckle.( Use- these pyr r.i-J Mara .
as appcllto-pro- .
their own crops on their own land" I as representing rural constituencies,. :the wife he divorced 27 years ago. < .. .:-0 ,-. ,. ,.. a plytter o1r4
Walla, Wash., the Jobber went to i vokcia. i t it.f ,,eat o. salad.
1 Study of those letters, Indicate tha t The fourth district, represented by' I Nowadays, these old l Tv+c*:'_'"'' J ''I ,'.'- !: '-'et'

r there are few remaining diffcrece s.! I Congresswoman Ruth Bryan Owen, If:!I Third 17,67-0-2:1: 0.l7S',1 0 I j Unless he reduces; his weight from12CO standbys tuke on a new nossnro Atransc on 'a largo bowl of> prepared
r.*
distances or distinctions betwee n classified as representing urban cen,. Fourth 315,292 588.286" .86 I to 200 pounds. Officer William of dietary Importance l because' of 'I rfnIlijc- *": this!sat crcsswfce cat&u Jut slices; bole of I e>li serving.plckics

) counTry and city people. The farmeof ::1' tors. TOTALS OC8.470' 1,4CS,211 51. ;Smith will fore his position with the the increasing recognition of their: to form u circle cbout( : six inches in dlamet -
( health pror>e-ucs. Part'icularh- I r. Arian-e thin! cro'jvrl'-elsl'ccs: of
today lives in a house like ever:yThe population of the State by con. Although Florida's 3n.-0!'I:! census Providence. I.) police force. winter, when f? :sh r recl: vcr: U+Ca1C i heels Jn a circle lnJelthe! dills.

body else's house, and he has all th e srcssional districts in 1920 193 0) "' and ( shows a total of 14GST' ; tables rrc oft:! hard t:' ';:tt, they j. a\Ton: !-*. Garnish tnajounafsc with a
I
conveniences of the city dweller. arn ren as follows by the Congres new representation was based upon l Among the 3,600 women who serveas help to Fup ly us with neodedcarboh'aH.te Ice( rf sweet p'-v-ie." .
I .1' P JI"nn pnrt. PJt tijjx r- i itch
His reading habits are also chan ional Record: 1,468,191 population there beinpf 20) bank officials In the United States vitamins. mineral s.-.ltc} end\ llcds CI"I>;ply; lro.bacon.: "" /,

ing. He reads fiction, biograph r, i 75 presidents! chrDpech; 3 median sire dmj! 1 pickles,
more Per_ Cenl t Indians Included In the census. 'r1eEl. : there ore 6 directors, Moreover pickles
fit
( I well Into chrnrert; >,i can mayonnalsof
history and popular. science than e,,- District 1920 1930 Increase Indians not being taxed were; :!not and 280 .cashiers.MrsTMarcIlla.. .. ': p'e cnt-d\y: menus bec nse they Combine bacon pickles and n 'onno.1to. V

er before. His reading interests ar e First 248,034 433.169 .74 l counted by! Congress In .making. the! I -, arc used in so many; ways to give 'Spread'onUftlchcs on 4x4 bulto Inches.rd b-:1d.: /lakes\ ) eta '

wider. "H0 I demands entertainment Second 187.474 205,778 9 I apportionment. :. /J 1 \ Taylor. 97-year-olc L

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i7 FRIDAY, JANUARY 30, 1931 C4fIVISTdN NEWS CLEii51 v !. FLORIDA PAGE -. /iP.Ei
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H I I with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moltz. :i in the offke of the District in Clewfbtou .
: : Florida at 10:00 o'clock A M,
H C ( : ,
I ncacl- February 16, 1931: for the purpose of
Stafford of West Palm Beach I'IFTFWS
-=-=- cLoca? I11'S. = i (u'e"tiii? one Supervisor of said Drainage
-CtJf ; 'was a guest of Captain and Mrs F.' .l.J ; .. ; District, to serve for a term, ol

Deane Duff Sunday; three years, and for the transaction

.\ 'L. A. Morgan: Jr., Phone 369 I i i J..H\S. LEMUEL HOWARDMr. of such other business as may properly -
jd : I come before the meeting.
_._ \ Mrs. C. W. McDonald and Mrs. J. il. Y. Patterson Secietaiy.
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R. Alston motored to LaBelle Friday and Mrs. Milton Wright and F. "Deano Duff, PiesidtAit lioaul: ofSupervisors
Earl White Nail were
and Beder Palm Beach Wednesday on a shop- seventh.Friends
business. Sugarland Drainage D.s-
on
; s : to Bay Saturday ping trip. I trict.
? -' Belle on business Monday afternoon. of Mrs. Phil Yoemans will

Tom Shelley and Judge John I.. J I B. F. Fears made a business tripto J. R. Alston is spending several I Miss Edith Howard and Mrs. Alice be glad to learn that sItu .is recovering -
days of this week in Jacksonville on Clewiston LEGAL NOTICEIN
to
Couch motored Mondayon steadily.
.: ,, r, Doggett motored to West Palm Beach Pahokee Thursday.Mr. : I
: ; business.! business. Miss Ruth Cook who teaches
Monday. Judge Doggett left from 1 <' S all( THE CIRCUIT COURT, HENDRY
I Mrs. Edna Allison left for her home Lake weelc
and Mrs.\ Eugene Powers spent Port spent the :-cnd at COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHANCEU-'
Jack the week-end in Palm Beach with I M. M. Achard:: of Ft. Myers, was a'lms'iness in Jacksonville Thursday after hav ,home the past week.A :. WEIR-KILBY CORPORATION a cor-

rt relatives. visitor here Monday ing spent the past three weeks with fireman's reunion was held in poratfon, Josephine Wright By F,

her parents Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Small. Punta Gorda Monday night with a M. Wright, her husband and neU;
;. '. Mrs. W. C. Hanson has been con I best friend, H. I.,. ?McDonald and
:Mrs.\ C.V.., McDonald and Mrs.. J. Mr.. and Mrs. J. P. Heath enter- good attendance from LaBelle who
fined to her home for the past week Mr. and Mrs C. L. Jones have Leo C. Burgman, as copartners
moved from Holopaw here and have R. Alston spent Wednesday in Arca- tained a number of young folks witha reported a good time by enjoying' a trading and doing business as McDonald -
from cold.
suffering a severe I
leased one of[ the Schultz apartments. dia on a business and pleasure trip dancing party Saturday' evening. splendid dance and plenty of eats I & Burgman, and McDonald

w l r r l I combined. Misses Virginia and Carrie Eunice : Francis Fulghum and Miss Yhlan Tractor Equipment Co.' a corpora
"Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Williamson mo tion.
Rider played the piano for the danc- : Wiggins motored to Ft. Myers Sun
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.tored to West Palm Beach Wednesday. Mrs. D. G. :Alston and Mrs. W. C. ComplainantsVS
4 Sam Davis arrived in Clewiston ers. day afternoon.
Hooker motored to West Palm Beach I
I Friday. Saturday after spending seye'ralmonths The Royal Neighbors of LaBelle 1 Louis A. Morgan, Jr., was> o business l Southern Sugar Company a corporation -

in New Orleans. attended a meeting with -the'Dixon I visitor in LaBelle Monday. ,
Mr. and Mrs. J. 'I. Florentine andD. Defendant.
I of the Girl Camp of' Ft. Myers Saturday night. Mrs. E. L. Rodgers, :Mrs. Dennis ORDER APPOINTING SPECIAL
111. ar- The regular meeting
W. Beardsley of Chicago, I
of I Scouts met at the home of Mrs. N. Sam Woodham of Pahokee spent The LaBelle Neighbors put on a picturesque Small, Mrs. Minnie Manning, Mrs. MASTER IN CHANCERYIt
rived Tuesday and were guests After the )past weekend In Clewislon visiting flag and flower drill with Donald Delaney and son Scottie who appearing to the Court that a
Mr. and Mrs J. E. Beardsley Mr. andWednesday C. Story Thursday afternoon., 'j Special Master: In Chancery should
relath es. seventeen members taking part. The J have been visiting relatives In Texas -
Mrs. Florentine left for I reviewing the scout tests! gimes were I IIP annninted in this cause:
enjoyed. Reifieshments were served -- & drill was! enjoyed so much by the Dix- returned home Friday evening. It is Therefore Ordered and De-
r a trip to Miami and Cuba. Mr. Beards- D. G. Alston made business trip I'I I Ii
Bush a or.: Grim that lithe prosente.l each Mrs. Sam Carson was a business creed:
Mary
to the following, Mary ,
1 ley will remain all winter with his Louise Oqlesby, Mae Lily Stone, Bet to Palm Beach! Saturday. one with a beautiful silk flag.The i visitor in Fort Myers Tuesday. That Roy D Stubbs an Attorney at
son. He was one of the first settlers law of this Bar bf and ho \is )hpr ;'v
LaBcllp girl: scouts, both junior Mr. and Mrs. T. V. Davis? and
Emma Laura
Hare.
tv SpIcer, Evelyn i appointed Special :Master In Chancery -
4
,i- on Lake Okeochobee, and will spend I Ir nethea, Mildred Branllcy and JoyWllingham. :Miss:; Sara: Green and A. W. Sias and} senior teams: played a gameof j daughter, Miss Minnie Lon Howard. ; in this Cause until the further

r ; considerable time looking over the ; : entertained the members of their basket bal)' against 11. Mjers ( Mrs, Edna Allison, Miss Ida. Forrey, order of this Court.

old land marks. bridge club Wednesday night at the ; Grouts Friday; : evening at 7 o'clock at Paul Davidson and Roy Green motored I Don' in Chambers' In Ft Myer:

:Miss"3Iary Bush entertained: at one home of Mrs. Bessie Culbreth. Nas- i the mnnioipal court. The LaBelle to Immokalee Sunday afternoon. I I Fla.GEO... this 1J1h( day of Jan.: 1931
W. WHITEHURST
i. M. C. Bigg and Mr. Roberts made I ii1?:lo of bridge at her home Friday turtiums were used to decorate the I girls: came out victorious, with sen- j Miss 'Ann Presnell, Mr.: Raymond I Judge;

. "' a business trip to Punta Gorda '1'hurs-1 after-noon. Miss Joy 'Ymnl! : :m was living room where tables were placedfor i ors winning by a score of 36 to 14 and I Hen ry. Miss Mildred Rhodes and ,

day. winner of high score. Those present playing. High score for the women I I11)J juniors! a score 2G to 14. A large Mr. Leland Crews motored to Ft.. 1--

(' were :Miss Joy. Willingham, Miss was given to Miss Jamie Williamsand : number of LaBelle people attendedthe j 1 Myers 'Sunday afternoo. a
: 0. D. Moore attended the theatre n r
Betty Spicer and Miss Evelyn Hare. W. C. Prewitt ,received high games. ,! Rt<

::. in West Palm Beach Sunday. score for ,the men. A salad course A ..1')1:1.wil1: be given by the ninth LEGAL NOTICE '
[ Liquid or TabletsCURES
\ --- Miss Maigie Harvel is spendnig a was served to the following guests: and tenth grades of LaBelle high

6 '- M. G. Green, Jr., of Hendersonville, I week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, Mr. and school ,Saturday night in the gram- Notice of Landowners' Meeting i BABY'S COLD

'4- N. C., is visiting Air and Mrs. Roy \\'. S. Harvel. ]M"fi. Roy Dunaway, Mr. and Mrs Tom mar school auditorium at 8:00: o'clockfor Annual landowners' meeting of [, 666 SALVECures

'ac Green. Shelley, Mr. and Mrs. R.A. Shaw, Mr.,. the benefit of the athletic asso- Clewiston Drainage District will be I Colds. Headaches, Fever

G i ______ I V. L. Caville of Ft. 'Myers was inlowibton and Mrs. Charlie Minor, Miss Frances 'I ciation. Admission for adults 25 cents I held in the office of the District in ,
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-- ';ry Tom Shelley and Mr. Roberts motored CI Tluusday on business. Monroe, Miss Jamie Williams, Dr. J. !i' and children 10 cents.i I Clewiston, Florida, at 11:00: o'clockA
M. February 16, 1931 for the P"r-
to West Palm ,Beach Tuesdayon .T. W. Ezelle, Bill Gibbens. George ,i \ and Mrs. W. H. Ezell and son :,
I pose of electing one supervisor of
business. A'. W. Sias and Dr: J. W. Ezelle motored Smedley; and "Mrs. Bessie Culbreth. !I! of Clp'-cland, Ohio, left last Thursday said Drainage District, to serve for a I

to Moore Haven Fiiday. --. I I !ter vfsiiins: Mr. Ezell's sister, term of three years," and for the !

Tom Shelley motored to 'Palm Those forming: a party motoring to '.is. E. M. Connette for the past two transaction of such other busings;
properly before the et- I II
my come m
; {t-: '. Beach Wednesday. He was accompa- Mrs.\ Claude Downs, Mis. K. U.Dcvns Belle Glade last Wednesday nIght v.'p' keOIrs., I ing. II I

nied home by !\II'. Falkner and )his and Troy Puryear motored to4'cst week to attend the American Leg'en : Sam Carson, Mrs. E M. Week- R. Y. Patterson, Assistant Secretary, ri t i 1 fir .

.:,,:-' secretary Miss Robertson. ": Palm Beach Saturday to attend dance were Misses\ Jamie Williams. ley, Mrs. Frank Turner, Misses Carrie F. Deane Duff President Board 0i I

.:ho theater. Sara; Green, Frances Monroe, Dr. J. Eunice Rider and Frances Turner trict.pnnervisors. Clewiston DraInage Dig

The Garden Club will meet Friday: \V. Ezctte, A. W. Sias.: Bill GiUben i spent Sunday afternoon in Fort

afternoon, January 30th, at 3 P. M. at Pob Hancock returned Sunday from John Simmons IT.. R. Hail, Earl White! T;.!.-?rs.Frilay. 4 LEGAL ,NOTICE

the home of Mrs R. Y. Patterson.Mrs. Houston, Texas, where he has. been Campbell Nail, Beder Neal Richard ] evr'irT nt seven thirty ( ICE sc2 '

for the past week on business. White, :\I1'. and Mrs., Roy Alston, ]Mr.: -vioih' thn I.oBello, High school bask- Notice of Landowners' Meeting I
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M.'C. Bigg was hostess to the and Mrs. Ross Pace, Mr. and Mr?. I /.* -a11 i f in-.nip Of I i0th boys and sirlsvill&pliv OINDANY ,{
landowners' meetin; of Su-
members of the Social Club in her John Simmons and Horace Houze Pete Wilson. : a game against Olteech bee ---- -- -, -

e" home Wednesday afternoon. Those motored to South Bay Saturday night. tcRh school' teams : at OkeechobeeCity. I \

attending were Mesdames J.' G. All- 9 ) (}
\VOr Ar 1S iJEPTQ AT i
: hands,. J. K. Mowery, Sr.; '1'. E. Gon- v Bob Hancock, Troy Puryear and p 1. I M', end Mri.! .T. G.' Martin: visited \
him with'X
z;.; terman, J. K. Mowery, Jr., \V. S. Har- Louis Morgan made a business trip ";'v!l"C> :: in Alva Monday. Satisfy

: a r vell, D. G. Alston, J. E. Beardsley and to LaBelle Monday.Mr. STATE F1 r-;l R HASWJTOWNWLD1NCAdditional ",.. .:W< II. POlleand Mrs Ida An5 1 r .

Louis Morgan. A delicious salad} '-'?-', ?,nr1"! n trn} to Arcadia Tuest Pure Milk
>i Guernsey
-,.; .. /-ice, s'', course' was served. and Mis. R. Y. Patterson and \ J -.'" I.> T"1Mrs. Anderson' son to
.
V ,,, *
"A; +- 4 "-'j it; /'}r treatment.
children spent Saturday in West.Palm
\1' : The local American Legion' Post Beach. \ t t'hnl-c*' examination will boh from>l the

;{ was guests of honor at a banquet Space Will lri l in Tn: :: Belle at County Superin."C'nr1en" -

i\', $ %] given by the Belle Glade Legion Post Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Gelpi and .Stallinrs' office In the court 1 -

A." at Belle Glade Tuesday night. Installation daughter Fay motored to Palm Beach ,B? ,Necessary, For Display -- f

r: of officers followed with at. ::;iniay to attend the theater.Mr Next Year.I l.
"t thr South Florid: Fair on Satur-
,'r dance feature dthe evening's enter-
7. when six events will t1 I
' div, February
; : tainment.. Those attending the meet- and Mrs., E. R Thorp of Niles,
( TAMPA, Fla.-For the third time bo st-ipptl in the inaugural scholastic !
: ing from Clewiston were W. C. Owen
Ohio, arrived Saturday and will be
?in five years the Woman's depart- thistle.Williul:. -
t .'. Commander of the local post, F. D. guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Belden
: ment of the South Florida Fair hasoutgrown
, :' ,e Duff, past commander. Ed Butler, D. :it the Watanabe Hotel for several the quarters assigned to it Johnson, Hillsboror high 11 CLEWISTON MIRY COMPANY
( ,gin O. Hatch, Gus McGhee and V.
MA T. weeks. school coach, has betn named director -
girl In 1932 it will be to
",:. = ? Watson. necessary association : Sugarland Highway Phone 333
.- ," art:: build an addition to Jackson hall, of contests for the fair
, Mrs E. P. Phillips and daughtersand Mrs. Y. R. Beaztev.( superintendent, and will select his judges and timers p, -
: Miss Francis Monroe hostess John of Lakeland of = = = = : : =
; .;. was Campbell were notified faitofficials today. from among the athletic mentors
; to the members of her bridge club in week-end guests of Mr. Phillips at Florida. schools.
' Entries received from coun-
. her home Wednesday night.' W.' C.fi' tho Watanabe hotel. every .;I.L ,:;.;'! oo/\\oI2; ;/ =1"-r'A ''' .....' ... ""' .......... :: "3
'
ty in Florida, far exceeding in number Senior high students will compete '
'
Prewitt
was awarded high score for
and quality any previous year.lta'(1 in' u 100 yard dash and a mile ;run,
::f the men and Mrs.\ : Roy Dunaway received Major C. C. Wilson, of West Palm crowded
, ; .,. tim present two story while the junior highs will have a
the high score for the women. Beach, arrived Saturday and will .
rt 11t1lJelinr.to( capacity and emergency 75 yard lash, a half mile run, a half -
A
salad course was served to the following sp?Jld several months here.G. I' '
measures are now being taken to accommodate
of Parti-
miles relay and a tug war.
guests, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. .

1 ,;-. Shaw, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Dunaway, E: Jones from Macon, Miss., is the eleventh hour arilv- cipants will enter as individuals rep- :.!o,. .
als. "ppntinr. ; tho'r' various schools and .
Mr. and Mrs. Tom ,
and -
Shelley, Mr. visiting his brother C. L. Jones for
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Mrs. W. C. Prewitt. Miss Jamie Will- -everal .weeks; before going on to Mi not as school teams, Coach Johnson

f iams. Miss Sarah Green. Miss Bon- ami. SCHOOi CHilDRENT 'in* an"orn"Cl. "
> a BGCPU"" nf :the laio: number of en- ..
cUe
t Stone, Dr. J. W. Ezelle, A. W.,,

Sias. Bill Gibbons and J. C. Harris. Miss:: Loui.so Lane, Mr. and Mr- FJ1 1T 4 +a C'rAYf: trios briT; received, it will be necessary .

Tomes- Simpson, Miss Mary Elizabeth:( it tr+ f.l1 J l L.;' I .-.j: to hold elimination events to .
select the athletes to participate in A HOME AWAY FROM HOME
Mrs. C. M.. Alien
. will entertain the
,
.' Simpson; and Miss Martha Wells of
':' : : members of the Ladies Aid Society Vt. Dora spent Friday here on a.i r'i\Y fir.S1'f TE FAIR the finals. Trophy cups and medalsare .
:'. to be awarded tho winners. The
at the '
; church Thursday aftemoon, Inspection tour of the Sugar mill.
:, .S S January 5. Mrs, F. M. Wiight will l1'e"t is the first of tho kind ever TRY OUR SUNDAY DINNERS

a' give TAMPA, Tla.-Floiida! senior and staged! at the fair and officials say
a reading India.
on Mrs. A. E. Belden and children .and r '
junior hi .':h school athletes will ,enter Hut it is to become a big annual feat -
Mr. and :Mrs. E. R. Thorp motored 7
Misses their:. first track meet competitions ure.
: ; Lottie Lee Stewart, Betty 'to-Catlal-PolntSunday. I

",' Willits, Russell Altmau, Alice Willits .

and Sallie Altman, of Belle Glade, Roy St'jbbs, Attorney al..,Law from
You and board at hotel that
were In Clewiston r M1 can get a room our
Sunday Fort Myers arrived in Clswjston"Monday.

\ He has been appointed Mas-
'. t will make feel at home. '
; Kitrick Bowden of Moore Haven ter in, Chancery for the Circuit Court Li you
:: :'. motored to Clewiston : ;
t.Fi1: !. Saturday on by Judge George W. Whitehurst.

< :,. i .: business.Frank. ?
.. ,,. -,', itK r .
,'J"", \ !: ...- .
'
;.;;. Mr. and ,Mrs. A. L. Cleveland and -'
-Itf@f;!): Milteer\ spent the week-end tl '
party of friends from Ft. Meado spent . : ':
-:: \ VM+ ) '
tf\/ In Fort Myers with relatives. Thursday in Clewiston, driving down '
<:!
'
: i : ". .
J.f/-: :' for an inspection tour of .tho sugar 4 iJ; ,

,.: i .: '.;" E W. Wernes has been given the mill. CLE\VISTON'S"'P'OPULAR HOTEL

."...:
." .,.6.. '.'... ", ., for,the Southern Sugar: Company. Mies Jean Patterson, of Washington WORLD'SGREATEST A-dr I ..

.
: S D. C., arrived Sunday and will
; "
Walker G. Charlie left Saturday for be a guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. Y. Pat- J 'i''i'.n -

: Havana, Cuba. terson, for an indefinite time. 7
:: ? 2 -. WINTERA'I THE \WATANABE'HOTEL-j ,J

.:;;j:;:"::". Jud George w. Whitehurst, of Mrs. R. L. Bunyard and Mrs. T. P. .. :' .' ,

:"tlt-:/ ,j.. Port Myers was in ClewIston Saturday Williams of West Palm Beach are : ', MRS.1 CLAUDE .DOWNS.' 'Maag--(( .

,.<. ;..' on business. guests of Mrs. I.. H. Stone for a week. "-

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r. :' Judge John' L, Doggett of Jacksonville Mrs. D. G. Alston and Mrs. W. C. SENSATIONAL

,spcnt the Weekend r -, -----,-- ,
r J v in' Clewis- Hooker motored to West Palm, Beach S + ------- ---- -- -, -- ------- ,
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ton on business. .- '
Momlay business.Mr. "
on ,I' ., :
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Mrs. Tom Shelley, Mrs E. J. Kerr and Mrs. F. N. Rhinehalt and FESTIVAL. ,411 t... t t u1 p 57 fl' i .

and Mrs. R. A. Shaw motored.. to West'ion Neil of Van Wert, Ohio, arrived Ji "':" 1: 'U: ... ..





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FOUR CLE jVISTON NEWS CLEWISTOM{ ", FLORIDA FRIDAY, JANUARY 30, 1931
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Over Two Hundred and press. then re-strain the juico Ina AUTOMOBILF RACES GOVERNOR CARLTON MANATEE COUNTYIS us, we will certainly: have the gerat-

flannel bag without pressing. To est fair we have ever had," President

Subscribers Already this juice add 1 pound of' sugar for Brorcin claims.

Added To News List each pound of fruit taken, and boil to WILL BE FEATURE WILL ADDRESS BEE MAKING READY "

the jellying point. 15 0 Native Dutch People : ,

,During the past two weeks we Grapefruit Grapefruit jelly is mad Jelly the samoas AT TAMPA FAIR KEEPERS AT FAIR FOR FAIR DISPLAYLeads Will Be Present At

have been receiving from five to J)
that 3 4 pound
sour orange, except
eight new subscribors each day. January of Tampa Fair. ,
used with each pound
of is _
sugar
business with the News has fruit. Nine Speed JuggernautsHave Apiary Men To _Meet nGovernor's l In Citrus DisplayAt

shown a great improvement over De State Fair TAMPA, Fla.-Architects. carpenters -
Day For
cember. Arrived For First artists and laborers who for

The News is now canvassing the Speech. Each Year. weeks have been working over time
I SOUTH FLORIDA Appearance Here.
entire county for new subscribers and constructing an entire village a rep

wo claim the largest net paid circulation Governor Doyle E. Carlton will ad- TAMPA, Fla. :Manatee county, lica of Edam. Holland will completethe
TAMPA Fla. Ami lea's-1931 dirt
|
of any paper circulated in Hen- KIDDIES WILL HAVE track automobile racing champion- dress the members o fthe West Coast with ten years of supremacy as prizewinners i task this week, Klaas Dursma, "

dry county. Bee Keepers' Association at their an- In the vegetable, premium designer, has announced.
ship battles will be launched at the
With LaBelle, Felda. Fort Denaud SPECIAL DAY AT FAIRTAMPA nual meeting to' be held at the South competitions at the South Florida More than 150 dutch people, wearing -
South Florida Fair on Tuesday, February
and the 'rural section well represented Florida Fair on Tuesday, February Fair and enviable records in citrus native costumes, including the

with correspondents the News is 3, under sanction of the Inter- 10. John II. Ireland, president, has and home demonstration classifications : { wooden shoes, will take possession ol

attompting to represent the entire I national Motor Contest Association announced.The are now preparing their greatest .the village next Sunday and open the

county in Its. views and hopes to express Fla.-Florida kiddies, from when ober a score of nationally meeting has been called for exposition for 1931, Lee S. Day, the many markets and homes which '

the views of the sections it rep- 6 months to 12 :years of age, will have known drivers will compete in a six : Governor's day at the fair In order director of the exhibit has .notified will be in operation during the entire

resents in county matters. their inning at the South Florida Fairon event program. that (the association will be assured General Manager P. T. Strleder. period pf the South: Florida Fair, _

With the beginning of the new year Saturday, Feb. 7, when the annual Many drivers from the major racing of the governor's attendance. Sixty feet of 'space has been reserved February 3 to 14. The dutch village is

we.have hoped that the political strifein Junvenile parade, sponsored by the circuits, augmented by Florida's Tho west coast apiary men are at- and County Agent ,Leo Wilson the first attraction of the kind ever.s

the county could be settled. It has Junior League, will be added to tho crop of track and beach stars, will filiated with the state organizationand and Miss Margaret Cobb, home demonstration offered at an 'American fair and is

to a large degree by eliminating several list of special attraction. be included on the list of starters will participate in the big honey agent, are now preparingthe expectted to be the cenTer of interest -

!. county officers who have beena Barney Sullivan, director of contests show which is an annual attraction exhibits. "for thousands daily during the ex-
\ Hundreds of children, some mounted announces. Nine speed juggeranutshave
source of trouble to a great manyof at the South Florida Fair position.TAMPA :

the other county officials. on Shetland ponies, some ridingon already put in their appearance '
miniature floats and others In on the fair grounds track and have

the Conditions,county are and much during improved the coming over comedy costume, will participate in benn pronounced the classiest fieldof I NAVALBAIfLE WILL WEATHER MAN'PROMISES ,. Fla.-Two foreign ambassadors -

the event. Mrs. Clarke Evans will supervise record smashers that have ever will honored. guests of the

wave year the of prosperity.entire county will feel the the event for the Junior lea been entered in South Florida Fair BE ENACTED' WITH TOATTEND South Florida Fair during the com ,

gue. racing events.Men's ing exposition, February 3 to 14. It
was announced today.
HINTS TO H1USEWIVES FAIRTAMPA
FIREWORKS AT FAIR Both the Spanish ambassador and

Italian ambassador have accepted In-

CITRUS JELLIES Fla.-South Florida vitations to the fair. While here they ..Iwitr
Fair '
Favorite DishesFoods
I I Festival of Fire Will Be officials are taking no chances in be entertained at many: gala fes- .' I .
While citrus fruits are plentiful the tivals ,
prepared by the residents of
the ill
arousing
housewife should be Great Scene At'Slate feeling of the weath
busy preserving the latin colonies in the Tampa.ter.
some of these health giving, delicacies That Gentlemen all into a kettle and cover with ? Fair.A erman, with the opening of the big .
ritory.
of hot In another ket .
cups water. exposition only another week away.
for later use. Jelly is one of the many
Prefer With Easy tie cover the bones with two cups Today, J. R.. Bennett official weatherman -
delicious home into which
products of water. Allow to, simmer about
modem naval!
Recipes battle, in which
citrus fruits can be made. one und one-half hours, replenish received an engraved invitation Rollins College at Winter Park will

Kumquat Jelly i.the water if necessary.. Add the entire action takes place in fireWorks -. and special courtesy tickets to hold its Annual 1 .Founders Day Fiesta
ALTHOUGH men's taste in food tvo bailey to the'f.st'! mixture. when in-M tiding the sinking of ships the fair from President W. G. Bro-
The jelly is made by adding 1 pound on FebruarY,22nd. This fiesta is. presented -
fickle, recent it. begins 'to simmer. Strain the ''v Ilhr.] :'lnep.. '.ombardmeu. by land rein.
of sugar and 2 pints of water to ,each surveys reveal several items on'the l'I uid froth tlit l Lonob Into the soup, .in the form of an animated
pound of kumquats. Clean thorough. family menu that are especially 'j .;Icke!-. -'Mi he four, which bas orts r.-rl. PIT maneuvers of '1. typical "If the weather man doesn't fail 'magazine. ';I -{,

ly, and sprinkle with soda, using 1 ii J. en L................ t.itu iue butter. -- ""ht; will be one of th. nightly
feature: of the pyro-pageani at tne
tables?onfu'l of soda to each pound Vermont Chicken Pie .
of kumquats. Cover with boiling water :.S rbs. IVi cups chicken broth; 1 table- South Florida Fair, Feb. 3 to 14, officials <: : =: ::: : : : = : : : : : .: .:. : : : : .: : : .: .: = ::.: : ..: ..:
jc6 spoon flour; 2 cups cooked chicken, cut have just announced.Negotiations' -
: and allow ,to stand for 10, min ) x.. : In pieces; 2 boiled potatoes cut In have just been completed PALM BAKERY .
utes.Pour pieces; 'V' teaspoon salt; ,dash of pep-
l with the Thearle-Duffield Fireworks
the water off, and rinse per; 2 tablespoons butter. -

through three changes water. Cut Mix flour with J/4 cup,,broth. Turnremaining' Co, of Chicago, to adct'the big ,

broth, chicken, carrots, r.:. rjac feature to the "Festival ofrre" Patronize home industries. > .
the fruit the long, way ,place it in a potatoes, salt and pepper into cas- prog-ram which had ,previously your :
kettle 'with two: pints. of water for ; serole and heat In hot oven (400 d.
each. pound, and boil for 30 minutes, F.) ,ten minutes. Add flour mix- I'pe'i contracted for.. Tons of powder

pour( into a cheesecloth bag and press ture, and heat 10 minutes longer, ail; colored! fire will be necessary to ) J. BRANTLEY & SON _
\
stirring frequently. Place small stage the naval battle which is saidto )
until; no more juice can be obtained. 'cO .. .
.
baking powder biscuits on top of ; ; ; ; .
be ,
one of teh most novel pryotech- ; -
; I
Strain this ,
juice in a flannel jelly mixture, return to oven and bake
bag, pour in. a kettle and bring to a ps1; wVi /- 12 minutes' or until- biscuits are nical sensations ever offered on a

boil. ''Then add the 1 pound of sugar done.
Serve with cole slaw and sliced
for each pound of fruit. Stir until the

sugar Is dissolved, and boil until the favored by the average run of masculinity dill pickles.Coconut Chocolate Pie / .. ; OilAnd Water Mix Perfectly--And.Fast I ; l I IJ

jollying point is reached; that Is. 3 squares unsweetened chocolate, cut .:
when the syrup flakes or sheets from I The following dinner, which la In pieces 2 cups cold milk; 5 tablespoons .
: flour; V cup sugar; Vt teaspoon -
a spoon ,as it cools. Pour immediately simple to prepare and which is salt; 2 egg yolks lightly! beaten; .........- ='-- = m '" ..._"'....IOt _'" ,<<. I C I : : : '.
made up or dishes usually well 1 cup shredded coconut; 1 teaspoon ..: .:. '''''f'"U ':' =:-:;;:::;;::- __'.: :..;:; o ..
into .. .. -
sterilized .. '
,glasses!=; and seal. vanmj1; baked 9-lnch pie shell; 4 ": h II! '

Take the mashed kumquats remaining liked family by, contains the other several members men's of the pet stiffly tablespoons beaten.sugar; 2 egg whites, ,. :, :\ .:: tj;

in, the bag: add, a pint of water gustatory standbys. Add chocolate to milk In double m .. :"M ;S : ; ;:

for each original. pound, and boil for Scotch Broth boiler and heat. When chocolateis ,: .

15 minutes. Repent the. above method) Vermont Chicken Pie melted, beat with rotary egg /..a !(: ., 2 i(":' ". .i :?; ':.1 :/., ,,,''/' .',:-. i-ii, : ; : .:; 't.vq:." :
Combine .:
except adding, half the ,amount of Cole Slato beater until blended. .;; $ : .[ .t- 'l ;;., ;;}; 1 :... C.ij \1: '-,.". _
:' Coconut Chocolate Pie 1 flour, sugar and salt. Add to egg :. ,. ,:i'' -:9.-: >;;', % : : $:i ''i.:;' R /t M1Y;.;>:: -.f '
sugar, and another extraction'of jelly .l CoffeeTo yolks. Pour small amount of choc ,k4 : ;;J';::; i? .. .! t:: 1 .
can be made. olate mixture over egg yolks, stir- ,... jt lac)r Th it.% 1 }. ;.j"7k p.: i. 'if' (t: f ;G -'> 11tt'"
Sou.rtng; Jelly make Scotch: broth: "ing vigorously. Return to double '' ,;; .: -: ..': : r : 4: '. : r .' it: : # :; t'J:: i
1 pound n.-r c: of mutton with the ; .. k j j : : .
; boiler' and cook until thickened, ..., .. .. hfw c ""')Y 'l0.! : 1
This bones small $ t ;- "t -- i-'W: '> r4.
jelly: .is made from 1 pound of ; Vz turnip; V small onion; ;: : :: : ':- :: Qt "" '''' '"
: 2 stalks celery; 1 tablespoon minced stirring c9ns ntly. Add coconut ., .,, "X- =: : : 1t : "
peeled sour oranges, 1 pound of sugar. parsley: 5 ,water % barley and cook 3 minutes longer. Add i' / / .i ; ; *
cups ; cup ; ; h ..- ; ,,:,;: .. YL ..,,,. ..
and 2 pints of 'water. ,Remove 4he 1 tablespoon butter; Vi teaspoon salt; vanilla. Cool. Pour into pie shell. ::..:.A: ., ... :: ;:: : :' 4 '
1 tablespoon flour. ) ,/,, '!%?";w ..K
yellow part of the peel from the oranges Top with meringue made by folding : '
Cut meat from bones and remove sugar Into egg whites. Bak3 in U 4 ."s ;' dttat6f W
\ leaving the white, since it
contains fat. Cut meat into small moderate d. F. 12 to 15 t
pieces oven (350 ) .. P.i;? .
pectin. Weight. and cut Into I and chop the vegetable fine. Put minutesor until delicate brown. f:,,?',*'"'",.-,.," :,' V:y ," :R7 V.'j'r: :t1''!.. ;,... &;. 'i\7i..J' : ,.w'--' :& Y'W:)( : ;': : >c: R :?' :1:(>>:
small pieces. Add 2 pints of water for '' .. : i :: .,. t'/ :
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and boil : : ; ::.. ; A "' : r. %::'};.t. ::;:;:'%$ *
each pound until the fruit .f w' i"\iIl"; : : .t4 ;: : } ;S. ,
.,. SJ., :. .$ Yfm 5.1: ?.::;: ., ,. 'L'i
thoroughly disintegrates about 20( ...,...." .: ::; : : ... :.-'$'*. ;.....),-: tAit..._; ;:: : :r.,...<;(:>$. : t "'f1=> :' ;:'.>: ." ::'"; )-s. .
minutes. Pour into fd-:?. :: r :> r : ., & /1;:; ',. : '
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LATESTSCIENTIFIC .I, has there been such, an astonishing! ;: (Abovu; : ) ;FltsiTr.g 'cm rojgh at iMiddlcto: (Below) Walter Widegren,
You pay no more but you get series of contests as those staged I world's fa&test outboard driver In competition. (Inset) Ray Pregenzer, I
THE tire during the four-day regatta for the Jr., world's' / one-mile outtoard- record holder.
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METHODS IN /
I National Outboard Championships,,' '

LAUNDERING at MIddletown, Conn., recently; genius l physical l and mental brav- give their motors and the availability -
Forty new world's records in low ery and the ability to think in of gasoline which will pros
1JSar0E + days an ac 'C"lemp.it. nA 'verequaled lightning-like flashes. duce the necessary 6,000 or moro
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G (i nf t / t tii in this or any cth r sport! Six years ago any boat with a revolutions per minute demandedof

Ideal weather and a.s1 ght wind- detachable engine which could go racing outboard motors, and oil
born bobble on the water to put eight miles an hour was considered which will not break down under
THE CLLAUNDRY I TO
just enough air under the boats for a pretty speeJy outflt. That year the terrific heat created by this tremendous
Loicer in Price to You- fast going were Conducive to high the world's record plunged upward engine spaed.

yet Still Finer in+ Quality.: speeds. But it was not these things{ tlJ 3j vfcen: miles an hour. Now all
CO. y that broke! forty records which the 11 I that ij chal1';el1.' Ray !,regen7. r Good Oil Vital to Speed

I country's moot:: darlrr; drivers had I ,T-.. or! /nt.: >-M, TIi: at Fox: I:1kC' The champions have found may-
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Knowing how is doing well-every regattas all summer:: : ,\.(;-1go o r.9 :"- I produce the desired results. But
laundry job we handle We want you MlddleioWn attacks:: c:a rut,'..t 'ij.i." vruseut world's iccord. At the oil is a different matter: No SIRSJ L
by sectional champions from all MIddletown Walter Wldpcjren, of amount of skillful refining will
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know all about the Snow-white ex-
t9 over the United States were successful Glen Cove N. Y., IS years old, beat give an oil the necessary qualities
cellence of our service. A trial will because of '''three outstanding the champions of Florida, California If they aro nQt present In the crude
convince you. Phont 336. ( factors-: ttic downright cour- and all Intermediate racing from which it Is made. Of the
age of the drivers, the uncanny coordination spots including a couple of rip forty world's record holders estab
,THE CLEWISTON of mind -and* physical snorting cowboys from Arizona, at lished at MIddletown, 38 used:; pure

... .... ;//action "which: denotes the championin 46.153. a new, world's record in Pennsylvania lubricants, most of
'CLEWISTONLAUNDRY. '- \., ; : any sport and -the .care they had 'competition.The them of tho same type and make
',lavished'on their"boats and engines. things that spell the amaz- employed by Gar Wood In his'

int t Is Thrilling' Sport. ing difference between the slug- 2,200 h. p., 100-mile-an-hour inter-
results of 1925 and the whiz- national
gish winners
the Miss
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largely participated in by today, are the great improvementIn successful racing pilots in other 'J
CLEW/STON fiLOIUDA : boy and girls In their teens,' is a hulls and engines, the superior boat classes and specified by 85 per
i 'u uKh, nerve-racking lie-ni iin sport, knowledge and driving skill of the cent of American marine engine ,
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