The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00309
 Material Information
Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: March 13, 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: UF00028415:00309
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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6' A. M. 6 P. M. Date Max. Min. Rainfall
: BY GlNEERS March 9 .......,,................. 16.6 ,16.7 ENTERS SECOND WEEK WITH GREAT RECORD March 1 ............ 69 63 1.86 SUGAR HAVE BEENMANUFACTURED

March 10 .................... 16.6: 10.G March 2 ............ 72 55 1.34

March 11 .................... 16.8 16.7 i -' March 3 ......... ... 68 49 ..02March

ON WATERWAYS March 12 .................... 16.5 16.5I I 4 .........:.. 64 34
Workers Are Turning In Subscriptions For Add
March 13 .............:-..... 16.5 16.5 March 5 .... ......62 37

March 11 ........,............ 16.4 16.4 tional Credits Given First Part Of :March 6 .,.......... 73 50
For Total Population Of Ten
Headquarters Army
(Moich 15 ...... .. ........ 16.5 16.& Contest Close. March 7 ............ 82 61 1.11
Engineers Located Campaign;- : 4:33: Largest Cities Could be

\ At Clewiston.Progress Furnished With One
This week has brought several fighters succeed in attaining the as-
quiries, some accompanied by in-I cendency not because they are smarter Pound.

is being made by the OF GLADES TO BE Some of those who have been or, that nature endowed them with
United States engineers the
on nated, too evidently thought it over I superior talents, but because they MILL OPERATIONSFOR The fact that sugar can be raised
: cross-state canal
waterway survey. carefully and have decided that the have conquered' fear and have replaced in the Everglades successfully cannot
One of the surveying crews which HELD MARCH 2122Belle 1
opportunity: ) of securing an automobile it with determination which be disputed when the follownig
: has been located at LaBclle for the I THREE DAYS
is too good to pass by. The least ac gives them that dormanant power to facts are made known. Since January
two months has completed the
past tive workers can make is 20 per centon ;'accomplish. They become actors instead '10th there has been manufactured by
,: work between LaBello and Alva and Glade Hall
: Legion every dollar in subscriptions they : of idlers. Cast off "fear" and the Southern Sugar' Company In their

j ": .have moved to Fort Mjcrs where they Will Be Scene of Many themselves turn ip. There are lots ,of start real things for yourself today.If Average Rainfall Is 3.52 local factor 23,766.275 pounds of sug-
will ostabhsh headquarters andork '
1 business men. who have their money you have any civic pride you Inches For Week 6.99 ar. This is no publicity stunt nor do
from Fort Myers t.o Alva along the Flowers In Glades.The :
and their entire time. invested, ,that owe it to yourself and your commu- we want to give this information as
Caloosahatchee river. Inches For Year.
l are not making 20 per cent on the nity to be an asset Instead of a liability such. These are actual figures taken
.: This work is being done as a pn first annual Flower Show of and
dollar to the community in which you from the records of the company

; miry step to actual construction the Upper Glades Firm' and Garden Let Friends Do Work live and by so doing profit yourself Four and thirty-three hundredth from each daily report., ,Not only have
which will be started by the middleof Club will be held at the Legion Hall inches of rain fell in Clewiston last
Here the 'News, is putting up in. every material way. "Boost with they produced this twenty-three mil-
June. The government has one of In Belle Glade on March 21 and 22, $2000 in big handsome, speedy automobile the boosters The News is a boosterfor week according to the rainfall report this amount to the refinery at Savan-
I i its' own dredges ((The Sarasota) of the
according to Mrs. William C. Buck, Southern Sugar Company.
(1- and purse of gold and silver. Hendry county. lion pounds of sugar but have shipped
:) working near LaBelle. This dredge is Frost
president. was recorded in the Clewiston
And some who have entered have Get busy Work and win! nab Georgia.To .
, <<% digging!:; a four foot water level from !Mrs Buck was in charge of the display been nominated by J a 'friend are content -. List of Club MembersAn area on last Thursday and 'was gen-

I'ort Mjcrs to Lake Okeechobce so of the Upper Glades Club in the to stand idle and let their friends eral all over the 'Glades. the average person twenty-three

that additional equipment can be Wost Palm Beach flower' show last cast credits for them. estimate of the first publication On' Monday, March 2, 1.86.inches. or million pounds, of sugar may not seem

floated into the lake for the heavy month. The, club won many first, of credit count today does'not like: such a large 'amount, but when
Voluntary support is all that some rain fell in the townsite and was the
work which will be started as, soon' prizes and- have decided to have a mean nominations are closed. Far you begin to compare this industry
in the list have have
today. They heaviest recorded ,
the sta-
AS the local surveying crew at Clew- flower show of their own. I from: it. There are quite a numberin over seven with other industries over the state
not made effort to them-
any help the list who have not accomplished tions which, the weather is reported ,
jston has compiled its work around Th2 hours! for the first day have selves. nominate and on you begin to realize just how impor-
Any one can
"'/.he southern shores of the, lake. been set from 3 P. M. to 10:30 P. M. anything. Live. earnest, energetic each week. Benbow station recorded tant Clewiston is, and may become in
cast credits for whom choose.
I ',. The State Flood Control Board has and on the 2.nd from 10: A. M. to There: are some in the list who have workers subscription getters, can 4.72 inches\ for the week. Lib .'our daily life.

already turned over $50,000 for this 7 P M. enter now and walk away from the erty Point. 2.90; Clewiston. 4.33; The total land area of Florida is
all but been pushed in by their friends
work and the government is matching blow going entries. South Sugarland 3.57; Bare Beach,
.. A list of the flowers that are being yet they haven't the of deci- 35.111.040 acres. we, have produced

tills amount and will spend whatever requested for display) have been sion-why that is the power question, why' ? Standing of. workers from' all credits 3.41; Miami Locks. 3.20; and 'South (during the two months operations of

additional money is necessary toP nailed to every member ,of the club What could :you do with money made cast<< for publication up to "Wednesday Bay, 2.49. the mill almost a pound of sugar forever

give a: sufficient water, level up the and will be announced in next week's during spare time? Surely anyone night: Clewigton townsite shows a total of )'. acre of land in Florida.

CaloosaTiatchee river to float the issue of the News. could use any of the sums in cash CLEWISTONMiss 8.28 Inches of ,rainfall for the year. The total: population, of Florida in

large dredges in the lake. The dredge The admission price will be 25 which the News is offering you for Jewel Lowe .................... ..168,OqQ Benbow shows the greatest 'with 8.65. 1U25: was 1,411,000, we have produced

that is at. woik; on the river at ,the <,cents and, every resident! of.the Everglades your spare time. We ,want to see our Miss Boodle Stone ................ 165.000* The other stations as follows; 'LIberty enough sugar to give every man woman

present time is not completing the should attend this show, 'and club members 'manifest some enthusiasm Miss Elsie Hare .. .................... 150.000 Point 6.46.; South Sugarland 6.98, and child in the state almost twen-

work no curves are being straightened see just what wonderful flowers: can in their own behalf.. Mrs Pete Wilson .................... 140,000 Bare Beach 6.76, Miami Locks 6.11. ty pounds of sugar. .
at the present time. The same be grown In time Glades. LABELLE South Bay 5.67. On March. 5th frost
"Fear" Over
Many"Fear" sent
The following Information was
route that the river follows is now In one of our' exchange: papers "\\e was recorded at all 'stations. This did
? is victor over: many peoole. Mrs._ Annette. DeLaney. ,...,...... 160,000 out by the sfate chamber of commercelast
in use As soon as the survey is com found the following questions regarding that Mrs Edna Alison 38.000 not damage the cane but killed approximately -
It is the greatest enemy anyone month and will show you the

pleted the government will let con- flowers grown in Florida and feel has to conquer. Fear they haven'tthe Miss Ethel Royer ........ ............. 40,000 25 per cent of all the value of our. : Corn pro-
sugar crop
'. tracts for the work of straightening that it will! be of benefit to those who ability to accomplish or to do Mrs. Vivian Howard ...... ......... 20.000 beans and other vegetables in this duced $7,172,000, Cotton ,$2,422,000,
-- out the channels along the river and in
r' me interested in flower growing things they would like to do'has been Miss Rosa Doub ........................ 2:>,000 section. Potatoes 11,885,000, Beans $3.569,000.
the lake.
across the Glades M :, victor over hundreds and thousandsof Mrs. George Pool ..................:...... 30,000 The average rainfall for the past $5.031.00: Strawberries $2.780'-
I -
: Clewiston! is headquarters for tile
entire project and ,all information is 'Vhat'rose is unlike a. rolling people. Although they never admit : Mis.,' N. M. Taylor.Felda ........ 25,000 week was 3.52 and for the year b.'JD$ 000.. Tomatoes $8,895.000.! The sugar

'i. stone? What rose!: _blooms I in. a girl's that it is fear but hide behind the r"-_,.* BELLE GLADEMJss.Glndys The Southern Sugar Company did not produced( here during the past two

....,. .. ; V being ClewistOll.:assembled. ,_'___ at-the.-local. '"office:-: +,;.vJ' in v '. cheek C, }y l \'f-rose,, can.:'you;('drink i } .""screen.+--. of's,"I.;'canLt".oiy. d"I: haw.:n'; i.time. .:: I:T :riSw... JPadgett- n '. %Tt9MV.- T,150,000 operate the mill' the first *part of last, months at .the. retail, price ot sugar

_. .... ;';., -', !":-+.--- What i3 the wondering rose? WhatIs 'Fear keeping m.myr.men; and 'Miss Olive ,Welch: ........."......*...".... 20.0W. __. ela'aec! 'as'M iitlfdb\7n' ? Io day ot amounts"To :$"27376T527.5Qf; 'double this :. .

",,"/,' ';'>' : the aspiring rose? What rose Is women from entering the News Mam- 1\1lss Russell lf Altman ..,,, ..,....... 20.000 this ,week'for' cleaning and repairs. i' for the next two months arid::x-6n:will; ....

, :.f.: SIX MILES OF ROCK like a popular book? What rose' moth $2000 Profit Sharing Free Gift Miss Betty Willlts, South Bay, 5,000( The unusual wet we'ather has caused have.,. over a $4,000,000, crop of'. 'sugar.....
-(' I flashes in the sky? What, is the principal Distribution. One 7-year subscription will count most of theUshut! downs at the local rO I; ."Lewiston} ::* ,,': ,_ '.. .
: feature of a wedding? What Everyone' is either of the ascendingor for 210000. Who says opportunity Is mill during ,the past month. .1 6"t -' :' :;)0 ,-,- ...

> BASE WILL' COMPLETE : rose is a vegetable? What rose bears descending scale of life. No one not here? Get busy! Stay Busy nfl Another ,comparison. that,, willgiveyou ':

the name of a country? What two is ever on the standstill. The best' win! FELDA CROPS ARE an idea of the amount of sugar' '

j. : HIGHWAY TO GOODNO roses were famed in history? Whatro produced here in two months' ,grinding -
New York has popula-
S Which season. a
e should Americans honor?

rose' bears the name of a spice! SHRINERS TO HOLD P. 1 A. MEETING CUT 50 PERCENTBY tion approximately 6,620.048, Chi.
.( Five-Mile: Stretch Near Which rose is a perfume? What rose cago Philadelphia 1,823,779.

is a beautiful linen? What _rose is a HEAVY RAINS Boston 748,060, Cleveland 900,429, Los
City Of LaBelle Is brave general? What rose signifies EASTER SERVICESAT CALLED FOR FRIDAY Angeles 1,238.048, Baltimore 804,874,

Unfinished. glowing health? "Which rose bears the St. Louis 821.960, Pittsburg G69:817.:

i' name of one who is the object of a'loyer.s TAMPA PARK MARCH 20TH Three Thousand Acres and San Francisco 634,394 18,102,555., making We a
total of approximately
5 With only six miles to go to com affection? What rose, bears

plete the rock base or'the Sugarland the name of a wife belongs to a stur- Of Tomatoes Are have produced enough sugar to give

; Highway from Clewiston to Goodno, dy family, and is also musical? And Will Be Broadcast Over Election Of Officers To Drowned. every man woman and and child have, at enoughleft least
one pound of sugar
the state: road department Is pushingthe what rose Patrick's favorite?
work to completion. WFLA At 6:16 1 On Be Important PartMeeting. -' over to give every man, woman
At least fifty per cent of the crops
.. Monday the'convicts were working Easter Morning. Of around Felda were destroyed by ram and child in Georgia and Florida a
D pound,
". about one and a quarter miles on this last week stated Hurd L. Reeves, tax

.;,.. ,'. side of the Sugarlaud Drainage Dis19 Arrangements have been made with There will be a meeting of the Pa- assessor and truck farmer, in that The total population of the United
... trlct outside dikes. This dike is approximately BOARDS TO MEET is approximately
Radio Station \VFLA, Clearwater for rent-Teachers Association at the section. No frost was reported at Fel- 1J5/000UOO.
L, seventeen miles West of will be able to furnish each
da Mr. Reeves Clewiston
during past week. .
:' the broadcasting of the Shrine Aaster school house on March 20th at 3 p. in.
19 the Clewiston canal and that is four miles west of IN PALM 1 BEACHTo Sunrise Service which will\ be held in Election of officers will be the.mosl stated that the tomato crop around individual in the United States with
crosses the highway
Immokalee was drowned out during one pound of sugar: in six months
and runs Into lake H{cpochee. There Plant Park. Tampa, beginning important business to come before the
the heavy rains early last week. At grinding season.
. promptly at 6:15 A. M. Easter .
on E.Beeards'ey
meeting. Mrs. Wright. Mrs. J.
is stretch of unfinished
a 'road three
Even with the above facts some
had been
l \ Discuss four tlicjisand acres
and one-quarter miles from the end and Mrs. Gus McGhee
still questionand
planted is tomatoes and were ready people are
f of the present grade to the canal that beautiful and impressive service have been named on the nominating
I ,Cutting Expense Of has been to be harvested during the coming doubting' the answer as to the
joins Lake Hicpochee. The distance :; arranged which includes ap- 'committee and their report will be
Both Boards. woek. Hundreds of acres of tomatoes value of the Everglades. Sugar can
from the end of the present grade propriate selections by Egypt Temple. heard at the March meeting. Mrs. K. In
from cane
be manufactured grown
along the road from Felda to Everglades -
of Clewiston Band under the leadership Merle Y. Patterson is president of the P. '1'.
I West to the East end or and is being manufactured -
: ,City have been killed by the the Everglades
Ben Herr Executive o'r.
Secretary singing by the Chanters, and
the grade that the convicts are now A. and has been very instrumentalIn .
the Flood Control Board Everglades celebbiated high water. every day.Raising
and the special solo numbers
by a
working on is only six miles. S keeping the present association active -
Drainage Board In Clew- vocalist. At the Collier experiment farms lo
: The convicts are laying about a was in the city. Mrs. J. E. Beardsleyis cane and producing sugar:
.. islon Wednesday. Mr. Herr has been cated in Collier co unty the crop was
The service is -
S mile and one-quaiter of rock each strictly,nonsectarianand principal of the local school. Mrs. in the Everglades is not an experiment

week. At this rate the grade shouldbe active in securing the right of ways everyone is cordially invited to Wright and Mrs. McGhee are also saved by using the large pumps on I any longer. It is a proven fact

completed into Clewiston by the for the government work on the canal personally attend. It is realized how- active with Mrs. Patterson in the P. the plantation. This form of farminghas and the above figures will give an

from lake Hicpochee to Lako ever, that will not find this proven. a success in the Everglades of that is
middle of next month. The distance many possible 'r. A. work in Clewiston. idea of the= amount sugar
Okeechobee and from the Callosa- and it is hoped that in broad- and until the farmers take month in this
I' from Goodno to LaBelle is about ten Every member of the associationis being produced every
, hatchee river Into Lake Hicpochee. casting the some steps to protect their crops
i program additional thousands
mile Five miles of this rock surface urged to be present at the meet- area.
lie stated that the entire route has against heavy rains they will continue
has be 'able to enjoy the ser-
alreadY'been placed by-the convicts L.b on March 20th.A Clewiston has produced enough
been secured and that nothing was vice. to be rained out, if an early rainy
i and the balance of'the road sugar to have furnished over one
holding up the work of the government bed that formerly belonged to spell hits that section. World
wiir be completed in another month. pound to every soldier in the
Automobiles are traveling over this as far as tho hoard was con I Bandits found 26 cents Inside the John Adams, second President of the Men who expect to make a living War. America can produce sugar it

road and are allowed to run over the cerned. i filling station safe which they opened United States, was sold for $1625 at farming in the Glades and the rich necessary and the Everglades of Florida -

new grade. There are several bad Mr. Herr is familiar with every I by strenuous work at Deleware, O. an auction in New York City muck lands near Felda and Immokalee is proving what can be done. B.

sand stretches over the detours and part of the Everglades drainage and I are beginning to realize that unless G. Dahlberg said "This will be the

.... those who Report of Activities they have protection against the Bowl it is, and
'. are not with the is making the board a competent and \ Nations Sugar so
road from here to LaBelle should not efficient Secretary. water from the back country they are from now on we will ,be known as
to X? CLE1VISTON MILL I. playing a losing game. America."
try travel tiffs grade. It Is a much "The Sugar Bowl of

' better road than by Moore Haven at The Drainage and Flood Control Date ','... Cane Ground Total Sugar Made To Bags Crops can be made in this section

S the, present, time, but tho heavy rains Boards will meet in West Palm Beach \,':" Today To Date Made Date Shipped and money will be made if those who Noted Lecturer Will
o during the past week have made tho Saturday and discuss plans for the : : Bags Bags own land 'are faking the necessary

, road almost impassable. introduction of now bills In the corning Previous ... 141,648.15 ,62.945 steps to protect their crops. Duringthe Speak Here Wednesday

The grade from Clewiston to La- legislature. / past week in the Clewiston

Belle sbond March 5 3535.70 145,183.85 1376 64,321 1757 farming section irrigated farms have lectureat
be completed by the mid It is expected that an effort will be Miss Cora Hazen will give a

dle of June ana It is understood that madcfo reduce the number of members March 6 3336.1!} 148,519.95 2057 66,376 1500 proven a success. Beans have been the Community Church next: : Wed.,

the state road department: oxpects to the board saved under irrigation while others March 18, at 8:00 P: M. Miss Hazen
on and change the
complete the surfacing this gradeas existing laws on sale of tax certificates March 1 37S ,10 152,309.35 1993 68,3,71 __ 2000 suffered: from frost. The water in? the is from Porta Rica and will speak on

Bonn as the rock: base has been of the district, March 8 1260.55., 153,578.90 17GO 70,121 17GqI Clewiston section is under control conditions that now front the peopleof

completed. I f and during the past weelc very few that country. There will be no ad

Trustees of the internal improvement March 0 Monday Cleaning Repairing Conveyor No. 1 crops have been destroyed by high mission and everyone is expected to

Does that accompany their owners fund today tentatively approved March 10 3445.85 '157,024.75 1089.' 71.210' 760 water. attend the lecture at the church.

to n' London (lngl Theatre, 'are five measures designed to better Land is being prepared for addi- Dr; Bailey local pastor of the 'community -
March 11 374 Q.10 160,773.8 1917 73,127' 1760
parked on the roof of the building. ,I regulate salo and change of title to tional planting and this precaution church, will have charge of

1 1I state owned lands WeIght per bag of sugar, 325 pounds.. should be, taken.: the meeting. ,

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.J.PRINCIPALMrs. E. Beardsley: 1 ; < \: ,, L rj IAT'r'1. 'Miss Mrs. Sara Neil Greene Stewart. ,

TEACHERS s C H: () U'H L'o': E Ii,'(' Mrs. IV. C. PrcvitlMies .

Miss" Ola Pelteway! )/l \ ; Jamye Williams_ ... it.

..- Mr.\ George Smcdlcy --- i

The class progress chart in arithmetic ---

The Tattling Tarpooter morning because the stage is being showed a rating of 7 for sixth I HIGHLAND HAMMOCK I The beauties of Highlands Ham- I team of. Carncsville, Oa" which dej
l'uI1t.Ii': :Moltz is the worl .
: !
VOLUME \INO.1'FRIDAY \ grade and G for fifth grade. The pupils i iI I mock have been preserved through footed the Vienna, Georgia, hl h :

Roberta George and Marcia Avant I who rated 9 individually were: 1 I Ilhe generosity! of the late Mis. Mar- i I :school: team last wc't Athens,
MARCH 13 1931 *e going to give a clog dance in the I TO BE DEDiCATED i I j
Harold: ) Lang and William Johnson in i i 'aret Rootling and hei husband. A Ii I Georgia i for tie!' state ,(;hanl ionship.

t loach erg play sixth and Trevelyn MoltI>'ouBoardsley ;' IUS! 71 g.n.c-monul: ; so MI& Roebllng. in 1 Vienna hi .h school basket: 'bah: V

EDITOR Mary Louise Oglesby Tlie: Girl Scout meeting was held I : ',u form OL a bronze tablet mounted
and Carl Lucksinger In SUNDAYAT SEEKING tiMin; has rpp espnloi1 th" Male at the i iI
u>. the school house Friday, March G.
fifth. I I r gnniitt; ".ijH.er; will b3' unveiled NctloMal High School Junket Ball
T'rs. Kerr was in charge of the meet- I .
i I Miss Williams' room is having a i .e rlQ'Jicrtion: Tho memorial is I Tournaj'ipnt, vM Ii is held In Chitago :

REPORTERS (lug. Those present were: Betty Spi- neatness contest._ Each row is named j jI 'Prominent Speakers II oc L g placed b:; officials of Highland' .... Ill., for the past three years, and :
Belly Spicer cor. Mary Bush, Katherine Wiandt, 0
Hainiro, Inc., of which Hex Beach
I a color as red, blue purple, orange have always been runner up for the !
Van Bush Petty Hooks. Ardene Jeffries Mildred \ Be Heard 10,000 Expected thy iijte..l( waiter, is president.:
and green. Those having no paper ; national champions. They won year I
Merrel Lotvc Waul, Bernice O'Neal, Ruth ,
under their desks and a tidy desk To Attend. j before last and this was their last: j
Mae\ Lily Stone Parker, Louis Walls and Mae Lily .
get a piece of colored paper to wear defeat during the past four years. ;
Richard Bcslor Stone. Games were played and songs V CARL PARKER COACHOF
at the end of the day. team
Mr Parker will ]leave with his
Music[ will) be of the
Business Manager\ Van Bush were sung. A good; time was had by one special
all. This room had its .own chapel proS features at the dedication here of for Chicago next month to represent

grain on Wednesday. The featureswere GEORGIA BASKET the state of Georgia in the National
Highlands Hammock the 2(700
Friday night the boys turned out ( acre:
Issued every Friday by the Ninth 'inc for the scout meeting. The scoutmaster stories told] by William Johnson tract of tropical and subtropical lo- Tournament.
Grade English Class of Clewiston I I did not show up, so the boys and Jimmy Hall], and a reading byTrevlyn Bare, next Sunday afternoon at three BALL CHAMP Or S _

.. Moltz. ,
Junior School
.. High o'clock.
sent for Frank Cothern. We hope to I I
: You really must come to see "1\Iy The Highlands County School Band _
r have a real meeting this Fiiday. Do r
Irish Rose". Our sedate principal it of 13"0 pieces will give a concert anda 1jT
not get discouraged, Boys, Frank has Will Carry Team to Chi-
BIG MERCER\ going to be flirtatious widow
always turned out. I a ; our trained chorus of over 100 voices
1 beautiful Miss Williams is to be I II For National
The following had perfect spelling an under the leadership of Prof. P. J. cago

The two big newspapers of Clew- records for the week: |I oil maid; Mrs. Prewitt, a vampire, Gustat. will render anthem The Tournament. r r r I ;r
iston have merged. The CLEWISTON I
Miss dumb maid. Miss
First Grade BoTby Collins, MarthaHarris. thousands of visitors expected to attend
NEWS had so much opposition from Greene, the little sister, and best of
the opening event sing
Kenneth Nail, Beaulah Guth- Gail
I Parker son of Mr. and Mrs.
all Mis. Stewart is the charming
vie Alma Swindle and Jimmy Bethea. I "Abide With Me" and other hymns.
the editor asked the TARPOOTER to I C. A. Parker of decision has
j Second Grain-June Hooker and heroine, Rose herself The men remain Hundreds of acceptances have been
combine. In fact he bought a half interest a mystery until later. This won con died his tram to the basket ball
Billy Davis. I received to the 2500 invitations sent lCE -
in the TARPOOTER. From i championship of the state of j
I Third Grade-Dan Beardsley, Betty derful play will]] be given Saturday I I to prominent personages over Florida Georgia. uratrtarPHiNEER
the TATTLING TARPOOTEU Mr. Parker coating the basket ball
now on ,
'I Hooks, Edna Hightower and Willie night, March ]8. A special perform. :, and to public officials in every coun
will be edited by the Ninth Grade V. Hooker. ance will be given for school ch iJ- '

English class as usual, but it will be expected. .
Fifth Grade-Dorothy Bethea. dren. i i
printed .
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| Sixth Grade-Eel Clark, Bobby Pal- I
instead as a separate sheet. Our news You nil] know who these ateHot Herbert
teifcon.SeenlU; ) will include Congressman -
has to be in Wednesday now in- I i SERVICE STATION
by "I Giade-Betty Little. Shot, Stud. Water Coy, Bo. Mush, J. Drane. Secretary of State 11

stead of Friday. That was hard on j i Eighth Grade-Roy Green. Hookey, Casum Pat, Hooks, Guy. I A. Gray, President of Rollins GolJerre.I .
us this week, but watch for us next 8
i In first grade the best readers for Frenchy.Can I Hamilton Holt and Rex Beach

week. I the week were: Richard Owen, Willie !- you guess who these are: Jaybird r. Visitors arriving in! Sebring will be FORDSON TRACTOR PARTS

We appreciate Mr. Morgan's assist- !1 Hanson! and Hagar Lowe. Tlie Pretty Boy. El Cockeye Nap- directed to the hammock:: where parking .

ance. Hectographiug forty papers has bet wrHp.1"s were: Gus Cantrell, Alma D)'. Dimples RIcardo. Runt, Legs, will be provided. A trained corpsof BELLE GLADE FLA.ANTHONY'S
been slow We believe we ; .
a process.
Mave Anglin and Runell McGhee. I I Possum. Dad, Kayo, Tarpooter, Dairy traffic men will be on hand to assist ,
will accomplish more if we print with
In arithmetic the best records were Boy, Woblesby, Lucious, Toots, Wool- the motorists.

the NEWS.----, I made! by: : Richard Owen, Runnel Mc- I sic Muffay, like and Mike?

BEAUTY CONTESTMartha Thee and Martha Harris. Who were expected to be called -:

I In second and third grades the best these names by their parents: Elizabeth -

Noll Alston and Merrel ; readers were. Dick Patterson, Margaret : Ann, Montague Anton, Volney

1 Waldron, Julia esb Leonard Robbins Edmund John Douglas and
Lowe win the big beauty contest by Og ) I' ,
I Thomas ana Eddie Walls. The James!! Augustus.
narrow margins. The victory was so
I 11'ect'ritErs: : were: Ralph Thomas. I I. We are curious to know what Mon-
close we had to count the votes sev- ..
Zelda Smith" JImmie Holland and Coleman's it : .
eral times to be sure. The downstairs i pie name really is. Us : -

faction seemed to gpjit) In two as did I James Hines. The class!:) rating in I any worse than these we have men-

ithmetic was 7. i tioned? .
the upslairs. Second, third, fourth'

and fifth held their majority for the I '

_downstairs contestants. -while: the 1 j' PALM B.EACH'.SALE' yr

first and sixth were almost completely -

for the upstairs contestants. Ninth I P/anAMeatlessMthi -

and tenth were for downstairs, but I AT THE POINCIANA AND BREAKERS SHOPS

seventh and eighth had a big majority I .. ,
for upstairs. I'' At ,Least Once A WeekCooked :'. -

Congratulations to Martha Nell and I .. .

.Mer'reL: Watch for next week's contest .- Extraordinary Reductions in
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The boys put up the basket ball I ;{ A ii.it selection of imported

goals on the new court in order to T r and flan
A marvelous assortment of and domestic worsted ,

get some practice for the big game i' 0ilii : sport coats, mostly IIic'key..Freenels, variety of stripe patterns

Thursday.! The gills] have been' giving :' 0 ; js; '{ i man. Imported Gabardines. and and all white.

some hot yells to encourage the work. ; i Camels Hair. $27:50: $30.00 values .....::. $19.75
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Roberta George is cheeileader. You .: (,;::; "c:: :: : ':";'';": '''r';.::J,>..;.E-;gg' ,.;:.:*: 1.v4&/: I:!' I $65.00 values now ......,...,. $42.75 22.50. $25.00 values ........ $15.75
J know she likes to yell and can: I ;! \::&: I ii\O::1l;:+"::' :);:': ;j 'I:': = -, 1 $47.50 values now....,....... $27.75 $16.50, $8.50 values ........ $11.75
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The girls are learning a new clog j ;tHt: r $37.75 values now... .... .. $21.75 $12.50, $15.00 values .. ....... $7.75
danced, called "There was an old M : "I. ; c.. Q I I k atp h1MO .I ..LYyIA WIIrPO-viPf... Y.tllrI7
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and Relay' I ,, splendid piece
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:Mrs. Prewitt has been showing her ': ::::X-i It: "" .-q.-:. 1 'iji*-:.. f-J/I/ (, ". .

pupils the_correct form for racing. I lI' :;;;ib1? mtm'' l'i C i\\ .tlr1{ ::;; \ I suits tailored by Hickey-Freeman. All are the

The pupils feel honored to have sucha ';:;, ::,.;.;.!.:..,;.:,!.;.;.',.!!, ;\''-''"'a>*.L u.J.* I"' .,'I UMI',.,,-.."',.....'........_,....""."..... f.:6::: :: ::: s."'; r .-,'} t .:2.- "''';: -i ; I\\ iL patterns
speed artist for a coach. Flannels Llama Hair and Worsteds fabrics. --
Bj JOSEPHINE B. GIBSO.NDiector t are ,

Home Economics J.>et., Spaghetti? in Tomato Sauce ..
II. J. Ilcinz Company Cheese and Olive land I

Buttered- Gr en B ant or Asparagus i $75.00 and up . . . ,. . $57.75
Now is the time to show your :, on Toast t
"ft.' IJALS without meat help to
school spirit. The boys ,are showing'theirs -/JL: vary< our. menus, greatly re- Apple"Sauce Hcafr'i ],nth II -r.': S58.50 and up' . . . -. $47.75 ?
basket'ball I Icc Ceaii; with Butterscotch K':-rc I __ .. '
by playing a game of duco the expenditure for food, and .
against Canal Point. This is the are very healthful. Wo should 2 cooked EN tIRE STOCK OF: FINE 1 I 1 QUALITY
first game that the boys have ever serve such meals often even Cheese Croquettes : ucchctton : 1 C&;, well 'I'
though planning an. appetizingmeal ; / cap, Tcmato Ketchup; ''::' cup: STRAWS
played against another school. They: j without meat requires more grated Amcr'can! cheese; Rice FlaKss.! : V

are putting all they have into their ingenuity than one built around a Add well beaten: egg and Tomato: r, : .

game. We know the boys' are up :; meat foods'dish. sufficiently It is necessary substantialand to select thick.Ketchup. Add to grated rice and cheese cook and until stir I :f-:':'_ s[:_NrHTs'. PANAMAS LEGHORNS

against some experienced players, 'I nourishing to be the main dish until cheese is melted. Cocl partially _, 1 $2ii.O': :) $15.76

but every one should come out and [ of a meal, and of course the des- shape into croquettes and i O.Oj $6.75 t 75.00V ,$39.75 (20.00 $18.50 .
root for the hoys. The boys will work'harder '! sert served should be a little more cool. Ro1!! in crushed H'ce' I'lakes.: r
then in beaten and in crashed $11.75
it the rest of Clewiston will t j j substantial than usual. egg $4.75 $50.00 $29.75
We should not neglect serving Rice Flakes again Fry in deep $7.50 $15.00 $8.75
back them. Don't 1H a:' kill-joy and r-ert1-! : "'i7Ct-:: :..:llt n'o11C 11.?'. fd:: 'in'l! &1i1'>n l-rov. (;!arnisbwith U2.50 $7.75
say the boys will be 1 beaten, say they i do present new pmulenis. Many of paisley, and sure with Tomato ( c !L((1O $3.75 $35.00 $22.75, ..-.

will win and believe they will win. I us arc especially interested in Sdi':ce. I TIES SWEATERS

meatless me Js at this season, C""rlr.rorn' 2, tnbje pcors ,.butter, ; f PAJAMAS ; '$G.OO values .................... $3.95
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wh3n the cl"-e4: ante o* Lent H. ": r. :"'e !"" .l'j; ? d t $3541 values .... ........ $1,95If $1.50. values ......,... .
BOXING great J\p.ec., chop:, vnitctium\ : 'in:ent .................. .
TOURNAMENT .1 causes them to be morill values) ..................,. $1.45 $7.50 values $4.45
I even r it r f s i.I ?\j |':;cc::. 1 tbospoonmired : : I $.1 and t5 values .,.......... $2.7 $2.00

r I I demand than at other times of the tea. ow1, : niedlu'n can of corn' ; 1 If $! .00 yalues) ............. ...... $3.75 $3.00 values .................... $1.95 $12.50 values ................ $7.75
-on:: s .1"lr: ; Vj! teatpoo;) salt; teaspoon -
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tutsrd CT-uct ;/ Pepper : $4.75 and $5
Every body is eligible for the boxing j It is well! to\ form the "mcatlets!: '. ; ; icaap-.cn ....' t7.c o values ...w.:..... ...... $4 ;
tournament. We shall have different 'I I .dinner once a week" habit, and: Sauce.Licit biJttoi add ''Xg r'een pepper'. ': 11.I $6.00 values .................... $ .45 $3200aliies ................ $18.75

the i $42.00 Set ,............ ..... $27.75
classes starting at 50 pounds I complete Me. :uc; suggested below pfi'-trtn t" '1 1nncec{ n.)1 nnd .. ? ,..,..-
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This will be elimination] contest. will relie' o you of the work (.c'o1iogetl.t': ,' s:o.Jy iihtil the j>ep- : I .----------v_- ,._----
an I I i of planning su.h:: meals: PVceuc.: :: .'_.. dd >.. &,il ::<_a- i i i
You fight someone within ten poundsof 1 i
sonu,: : Malt, Muctad rauccrr.d :
your own weight. The winners can Cheese Croquettes with Tomato p-*"...".. SPUCC.; Sir.ir y fOi' \ It 'tII '1 1I i, r M1 i '
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box again and then the best in the i 1 Buttered Green rears I tcn r>i 1"'i:' :'""'. 7 '" / ffiOfoTor p I .....Jnu;...:
school. can box outside talent. If you i Fresh CtafMttibtT PiclJ I C',,.,-.. (-...J r* ''..? .c.../:,.; :- rpnckages ,,,--., o i'JI -k'J; ""''.i:7.: '' I I . J ..

want to enter this tournament hand i, Whole Wheat: JI.cu.tZWal'leif I I ot sou f, itit(, dHHld: 5 t. _'.. H J McigF For Women
your name to Richard Be&tor, contest : Fala.l I '.:.. ciii: ) J...h.il.d:3: TV.:d it: ;? ,F' / FRENCH SHRiNCR .
: Lemon Tnjt-iiiuc Pic 11-., .. -f ,. : .
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chairman. -A. :, 1 pac} ,", t iueo )"uir 1 ( m :i a*:up tuno' r .11 {( 'c;o #p (; AND URNER '. Finest $16.50 1 1i $ 18 values

Cream of Tomato: Pfi$ Crackers crisp leltl c'e. t> .\evith French Ii l'' 'I
SOCIAL NOTES r Creole ':(t;'n, vn-ssin ->r i.ayori: ..o s''\j< 'il} J '";. $11,55rLORSKCIM .. i, ) ..II
Buttered] Asiw: \ + r'o!'..o/ :E:5.:>in:;. I k .'" dl' I ..
I Heated. Rolls iopc Jctli r: r I' _; 'it I ..., I ,
Mr. Smedleys room. enjoyed a boxH Apple PicOven Baked Bean Cawclc : \:. .. .raccn i. I. / } t ; $9.85r
:' peps r, chi,'ot ': 2 *a'jh n-" : buay :. :
ius match for fifteen minutes Tues- : i ..\. tT C1. o,'t ; .- ,, ; .V'.O._ _-t": ..: i ,, _., ... : (\. J .r. tCC : ,
day afternoon. I Baked lleznsVcyelnrinnStyiei I.o!! ,:5::\:. Cvw.I. L t: :;;; ;" I'cru" ; i ;;; ... I rII

H Evelyn Hare and Joy Willingham I Preserved Sicect 1J:rca Pirlc3 Coocchopped; onio*. .: i i.;, L h-'- 0 A.J- ..t J: : for sh ejm Shoes $9.85
I Cole Slaw tN' slowly until browi:ou. /..., \.nu Ii..kc I IBcacs ii
went to Moore Haven on the train to Bullet cd Spinach with and axis ':toro:;hly. Arrange tic II
H Eggs beau :nJxt.ur.w.n:: o-i
spend the week-end. Pure Apple natter In a buttered raAsero, h..vi1 a layer t (
Miss, Christine Lattimer of Wau- Boston Brmcn Bread or Hot Biscuit beans on' top. Gprlnklc the buttered breaicruirjs
Chillid I over lo,>. Ii Ocslred: Jll&1C .r'ps: : III
H chula is visiting Miss\ Petteway.We I Boiler Cvitanl with fShccJ of bacon en lap Bike In a moderate, .r

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THE CLEWISTOK NEWSPublished ten years from 1919 to 1929. The sum Capone's payroll is 2,000. How far his WEIR KILBY CORPORATION, a cor.I"\- I
every Friday at for advertising in daily newspapersand bribery extends into the police department poration. 1 \ Satisfy him with\ \ | 1 b \I
magazines the latter :year was in id a matter for conjecture. Complainant
Clewiston, Florida. excess of one bilion dollars Sergeants, lieutenants and captainsare vs I I ( I II
I the men he must fix, and some Ti-Il SOUTHERN SUGAR COMPANY : 1 I Pure Guernsey Milkfvom I I I
LOUIS A. MORGAN .... Publisher
of them have become suspiciously a corporation, :

Entered at the Postoffice at Clew- FIVE MILLION IS wealthy in recent. years." Defendant the o r-

Iston, Florida, as second class matter. According to Colonel Randolph, O ) r- ,
"" Capone considers the whiskey trade
as almost trivial in comparison with Notice is herby given that t+!n Monday

One Year ........................................ ?2.50( I beer. It costs more to control the March 23. 1931, at 10 o'clock A. 'r.r

Six Months .................................... 1.50 CA.PONE IN CHICAGOBeer whiskey racket than it is worth M., the complainants in the above t' I I 1
will to Hon. '
Three Months ...............................'. .75 "Hoodlum gangs in Chicago have cor- entitled cause apply the -
Geo. \Whitehurst.. Judge of said
Outsell Liquor Besides .. rupted the law enforcement agenciesto Court, at his office in Fort Myeis\ ; ,
Too a degree that IS tragic," he says, Lee County, Florida for an allow I .
Forty-five cents per inch. No discount Cost Being ance on account of fees for the com I -
"but the cornerstone of their poweris !
for plates. No special position plainants': solicitors therein, and will COMPANY
guaranteed. All advertising copy; High On Liquor.The the sale of beer, not whiskey." at said time and place request that I CLEWISTON DAIRY jj j

such allowance be made and the Receivers -
must' be in this office on Wednesday; colossal profits of Chicago's; LEGAL NOTICEIN of The Southern Sugar Com j j Sugarland Highway Phone 333 :
before, issue of paper. pany ordered to pay the same.
beer ring have just been put into cold SHEPPARD & CLEMENTS, -,- -=- : = -=- = : :: :: :: : : : : : =:= .: : := :: :::.:: :::;f fI
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hard figures by; Colonel Robert Isham DRY COUNTY. FLORIDAIN Solicitors for Complainant.
The Fort Press claims For -
Myers Randolph, president of the Chicago CHANCERY fi1320rMea1sLikeMother
!Ayers will be the largest city in Chamber of Commerce. The statisticsof

Florida from Stuart when to the Fort cross-Florida Myers Is canal com- for this Colonel nloiious Randolph traffic were by a gathered group of I II II I Cold Weather Salads I

pleted. Probably; so. but, Clewiston trained investigators, and their authenticity I'
will that growing I
not be idle during is certified by the authority

period. We will have the water traffic of the business men who composed _
from both ways and do a lot of in of
the subcommittee charge
shipping from this point.It this work. '
The number of saloons and speakeasies 1 1I
will pay the, merchants in Fort in Chicago is set at 20,000.

Myers and West Palm Beach to They sell 100,000 barrels of beers

watch Clewiston and the Everglades weekly,-which means that the average /r

section. With good roads leading to Chicagoan consumes nearly a

both cities and a $40,000 payroll each pint a dare It costs the beer synch! *fc

week' the year round. a road down cate $1.SO to brew a barrel of beer

the Miami canal will give keen com and there are additional manufacturing

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.-=,. a barrel when it leaves the brewery.The .

West Palm Beach merchants are standard price charged the speakeasies ?
'ry, tHousewives ,_
using the Clewiston News regularlyto is $55 a barrel l, leaving a gross E1I ItH :fJ 11'IJI I f ( ,.tc. ":C"':':":" n2 I

tell their messages to the people in profit of $52 on 100,000, barrels, or total .
Split the eggs lengthwise; remove
the Everglades. They realize the power gross profit to the beer ling of Their Health Properties I the yolks. To the yolks add the

of a home paper and are geting $5,500,000 weekly. Of this sum, Colonel I Rediscover sauce; pickled onions; spiced cur Are Required in i other ingredients and mix to forma
results. rants; plum jelly; home made style paste. Refill the whites and serve
-L __ Randolph estimates that a lump Parents' Secret of Winter Diet
pickles. with
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-- $2,000,000 is set aside every week for Zestful Food Veal mayonnaise.
We are going to have a Clewistou "protection,"-uhlch means the cor- SALADS are particularly desirable
News in home in Henlry coun- Sour gherkins; pickled beets: for the winter diet. They. Stufted Dill Pickle Salad
every rupting of politicians and law enforcers.
ty and adjoining'cities at the close ONE reason for frequent wistful sweet relish, chili sauce; celery; not only serve to whet jaded win 6 dill pickles; '/ cup chopped cel-
to "the meals that sweet mustard pickles; sweet sliced ter appetites, but they supply many ery; 1 cup finely shreddcj cabbage;
of our circulation contest.A "All the gang wars that have given I I mother used to make" is partial dill pickles; sweet mixed pickles. important health-giving propertiesnot 2 tablespoons. chopped. green pepper;
Chicago its tragic reputation have I loss of the ravenous youthful appetite usually present in cold weather '/. cup mayonnaise.Cut
that made her meals taste so Lamb fare. pickles in half lengthwise and
hometown paper that is read been fought over this prize of beer bets centers. Mix celery, cabbage
good, and grandmother's even Sweet gherkins; radishes; homemade Although fresh green: vegetablesare scoop out -
from cover to cover every week, control," Colonel Randolph in and mayonnaise
says s ter.Another style pickles; sauted pine not readily available at this green pepper}
means a lot to advertisers. We publish Colliers Weekly. "In the days before I reason is the clever man- apple; sweet relish; mint jelly season, the needed colorful salad in- together. Add removed pickle con-
all,. the News that concerns the .\1 Capone became powerful, there iir In which cooks of other generations mint sauce; green olives. gredients may be obtained in a (Icrs: finely chopped. Fill pickle
made meals tastier by number of effective and tasty sub- halves with th'c. mixture and arrange -
people of the Everglades.STARSPANGLED were several rival gangs which hi- i i serving the right kind of pickles Pork stitutes. two on a bed of lettuce or '

jacked each other's trucks, stole and other appetite-provokers with For example the tender inside cabbage leaves for serving.
BANNER beer, staged raids and repri als. Today I the main dishes. Apple sauce; dill pickles; sauerkraut leaves of cabbage are an excellent
; mustard pickles; cole slaw; Potato and Pickle Salad
substitute for lettuce. The
these rival have been rediscovering greeneryof f
gangs I chow-chow; apple jelly. summer-time vegetables may be 1 quart cold cor>Ved potatoes;, dlcc!:
Congress hesitated a long time before eliminated by assassination or in'i are using condiments and other Fish supplied in winter by several kinds 2 tablespoons onion, grated, ; 1 s!x-
ounce bottle sweet pickles coarsely
adopting the Star-SpangledBan intimidation, and Capone's syndicate relishes: to add the modern note of Q.t. pickles, which contain needed chopped; mayonnaise, to moisten.
the official field. attractiveness to good, old-fashioned Catsup: sour pickles; tartar carbohydrates, vitamins and mineral .
ner as national. anthemof reigns supreme in the Boil potatoes with skins on and :
zestful enjoyment of food. sauce; cole slaw; mustard pickles; salts. Fallow
the United States. But the measure "Consider Capone's profits in beer. The following suggestions indiCate home-made style pickles; piccalilli. the win- to cool before peeling. Peel ",. p
Among popular, simple \1
: and cut into small dice.
was finally sent to the President in Ha and his syndicate control the illicit the kinds of relish accompaniments ter salads are: potatoes
Poultry Add( onions, picklfs: :snd sufficient
, the closing days of the'recent session business from manufacture to that go best with beef, veal, Deviled Egg Salad mayonnaise to moisten and bind ingredients.

'. .. Now that the anthem is officialit to distilbution.? They',own a string of' lamb, pork, fish and poultry. Cranberry jelly; sweet sliced 6 hard-cooked eggs; I'-i teasl'Onsbutt Serve in a nest of lettuce -
Beef dill pickles stuffed olives; currant r 1 teaspoon cream; 2 table-
; ; ,leaves. and
cabbage garnish
hoped that more people will be breweries and control the output of
Sliced cucumber pickles; catsup; jelly; sweet mixed pickles; celery; spoons vinegar: 1 tablespoon prepared with paprika.] : Should be served
able to memorize the words and singit others. The highest item of expenseis radishes. mustard; pinch of cayenne; *,* tea-
mustard pickles; Worcestershire sp'-'rn FaIt very cold
through. Congress listened to many protection. The closest estimate

obejections against adopting the songas

a national anthem But as the
words and tune were recognized everywhere I .

: as the unofficial national 'I,

anthem of the people, the objectionto .

The official Star-Spangled action faded Banner out. depictsa / j' : .. > 4:i,:.; ; :. ,: .. .. :' .: ,s : ., ;. : : ., :':7 ; ; :, L. : '

when dramatic Frncis event Scott in Key American ws. inspired history to ; : . i : .:. lr /.;::,. :; ,:x ..:..:.; .,, :: i : : <; ;

write his great national song Key 9 Inc. \ 1.1' .... .. .. ,. .. ,
followed the British to their vessels I .g t'hOILBLJOS -'i..i '" ". :" "

after the capture of the city of Washington \ '.':!'. .. .., '. .'.
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(war of 1812) for the purpose = t1JJ : ... Uk "' ,. .. .

of trying to secure the :release of 6) .- t : .

Doctor Beanes, an influential and WEST PALM BEACH. \i @ .. ..t. '. '
well-known .
physician of Upper Marlboro ,
-' \
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Maryland. Key, a resident oJ ,,:,: J -
: .
.". ', ,.. .. :, :: : \ ..
Washington, witnessed .
attack on '.' -. ,, ." :. ,!>.;,,:. ", }
Fort 'Henry, and the spirit of that ","':'.. ,'>::':' t> ;

scene lives in'our official National 2 "
Anthem. ,- : : i TV if"A ', .

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Senator the DAVIS Davis closin of BLAMELESSIn hours Pennsylvania. of Congress was Ch erlul/;;;/}: I (

vindicated and absolved of any dishonorable -

conduct in his election. A .

Senate Committee headed by Senator .
Nye had offered objections to Senator '

Davis in taking his seat and the

matter finally simmered down to a
Little Earful"I
report in which it appeared that the

Davis-Brown ticket in the Pennsylvania

primary of last year, spent too -

much"',mtfney.. But it did not appear I

that Senator Davis had been guilty

of tive The over-spending against Senator reflections has on,, been his upon personal very his sensi-personal account -- II Hat h! s :l8..thAnnu] : .1 Sale Starts-

character and his statement at .
the close of Congress indicated that

lie was greatly .relieved by the vindi \

cation.Well, good men who behave themselves -- : Next W d ( I. M' arc h' 181. th"

ought not to bo lied about, even .

though they do expose themselves by

getting elected to the Senate.NO This is the most IMPORTANT value-giving announcement of the year-Palm Beach's foremost fashion store pre-

sents their entire stock: at substantial reductions, affording the most outstanding values in fifteen years! Never
have selections been more complete and never have Hatch's fashions been smarter and the prices are lower; : '

combined circulation of daily _. much lowerStoreWide than they have been in years. .,

newspapers printed each day in the

: United States Is more than. 40,000,000. *
Reductions Everything Sale looming 'Re r-; '
,I More than 20 magazines have'a circulation on -- .

\ exceeding 1,000,000 copies .

; 'per Employment i ue.-. was given to. ISSJO1} Come to Hatch's Next Week for the Biggest Bargain J?,,;:. _

people in publishing newspapers and ,

&' periodicals during 1929, and they re .... .
t reived 0249,905.591.! )! These. figures or
!; from Government Census of Manufactures .. f7 4sora..aswna

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--; :: -: --::- ; ; : ;:;: :: ::;:;:,:: ;;;:;.:; .:;...;- ---- -- -- spent the wccl-cnd in Sarasota as 4. Three red. J. Co o.

'-_, '- I guests of Cot and Mrs; R. H. House 5. Three yellow. -" --

: C" (} f Mr. Puryoar left from there for his G. Three white. r

it"SA home at Dalton, Ga. 7. Three mixed.
\ t'C : f t I ._, GLADIOLAS. L4 EL E NEWS I

|: ;itiS5.Ola. Pettowuy and Bob Ilan- .Three, tem of one color. V

:Mrs. L. A. .:Morgan. Ji... Phone 369 |: cock spent Sunday In Scbiing.Mrs. 9. Six stems of mixed colors.SNAPDRAGON t MRS. LEMUEL
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Dick] Hooks : R. M. Harp, Miss Elsie 'lVIarCa 11. One color fo'ir stems.J2. I --- -- -=- :: :: ::.. :. 'IC
and Boter! ter Arcadia Sunday. : Ran of Moore Haven :,:i Ise r/anei: Monroe spent Sat i I J .' :1ii.ed colors! 12 stem Those (tint .ir.otorcl 'o Punta Gor G. H. Small of Clewlslon} was a

: urJny is West Palm Beach shopping} } I ZINNIAS! da toj \ I i'i. rt'" C'ct 1H) game Friday business vistor in LaBelle Monday.
;: I \ \ ",'E'<\: visiting friends in
1.1 night: wora Heat' cffUer.: : ..
One color four stems. : Douglas Thomson
La\vton Sims, of Canal ] and Tarrlpa.I and son Jr.,
lu! Clewiston\ Thursday on, I i Sari Woodham of. Pahokee spent I II I 11. Mixed colors I
i i 1 the cok-end in decision with iclalives. : Carrie J Eiiilv* rtilt1}". Flora Padgett, ?in Clcwiston Saturday.Mr. .
: 1 p from Maul Ilauaii
was '
Mr. and Mrs. F. L. I the Clewiston Inn over the it;, Mixed colors] 12 stems.CALENDULAS. Frances Ti TV, Eunice. Cochran! aim and Mrs. D. M. Cox of Fort

Raymond Hall.
-- Myer: were the guests of Mrs. M. II
spent several days of this
Lake Worth j PASSENGER WANTED. 17. Twelve"Biems.. .... H. K. Adams o* :Miami, formerly of Coand Miss Madge Cox Sunday.Mr. .

i I Leaving for Detroit, Michigan, on. PANSIIS LTBcllea<>. a visitor here Sunday. : and :Mrs. J. O. ?Martin motoredto
:' Mrs David It. Bowen from March 10th. Room for one passenger. IS. Best display .' I Bill Ulakoly c* :Moore Haven was Alva Sunday where vis1t
Mr. and Mis. Robert G. :\ ., left Tuesday for S SL: I' they: llfrIends'
I Apply Harvel Seed Store, Clewiston.' PERTUNIAS visiting friends In LaBelle Saturday for the ,day.
Mr. and Mrs.. George after spending a week at ., ,
I p I 19. Best display. night Mr. and :Mrs.: Walter
Springfield. Illinois, spent Inn. I and
with Mr. and Mis. Charles I I i I Five tables were in play at a benefit STOCKS Captain Ben Dickenson, State Prlsj children of Naples were the guests of

the 20. Best I on Inspector, ,spent the past week in MJ- W E.
at the Clewiston Inn. :Mr. I. -- I bridge given by Community display. Godbold and Mr. and Mrs.
I Committee Girl LaBelle on hnsiness. Lee< loeuians
is the Editor of Scouts at the Clew- COSMOS: : Sunday
of the
ford of Ansonia, Conn.,
Register.Mr. iston i i Inn Wednesday afternoon of 21. Best dispisv.DIANTHUS. Carl E. foyer and :Mrs. Lemuel I Mrs. Lee Whfddon of Bare Beach
stopping at the Clewiston 1
last week. At a business meeting the PINKS Howard and daughter. Carolyn mo- pent the week-end with her mother,
past week and left Tues .
Roy Green and ton, Peterspurg. following officers were elected for the 22. Best display. tored to Frostproof Saturday where :Mi-s. Bert :Miller in north LaBelle.Mds. .

motored to Lakeland for a ensuing year: Mrs. J. G. Allhands, LILIES they spent the week-end. Mr. Royer Hurd L. Reeves and childrenof

visit. ; Mis. chairman; Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, vice- 23. Cannas.. '.., visiting Mrs. Hoyer while :Mrs. How- Felda shoppel in LaBelle Saturday.Mr. .
They were : W. C. Owen motored "
by Mrs. Green who has I Beach Thursday. chairman and Mrs. Leah Spicer, secretary I a. Red three stems. :., aril visited Miss Annie Lee Faluk, A. Lamb of Alva was in La-

". an dtieasurer. I 1 1). Yellow three stems. .<': returning Sunday evening acompa Belle Friday on business.
friends there the week. .
past i I '
-- I I A committee: consisting of :Mrs.\ F.. c. '"VhHe'three stems. :.'.':\'<: nled by Mrs. Royer and son, King, Belle's! town team played a ret'1'n
rues spent the weekend .
Mrs. Robblus arrived attend L. Williamson, Krs. N. C. Story, Mrs. rl. Pi'lk three stems. } : and Mrs. Rovers: mother. gam I going over to. the e. Mixed 3 r: Colonel II. A. Rider returned to La- Gorda.
from West Palm Beach and I j De Sola which Is held'' Charles Adams and Mrs. J. K. Mow- stems. i> Friday night at Punta Gordoand
a guest of her daughter' :\ time i ry, Jr., served 1 refreshments to the 21. Easter.a. ::'+1' Pfille Saturday after spending the was defeated "21 to 18.
Beardsloy. every year. following guests, Mesdames M. H. One' potted plant. ','}. ., past few days in Georgia on business.

'))' I I Gibson, F. Deane Duff, R. Y. Patter- b. C.It 3' stems. : ';f '' Mrs. Harriet Chase Pope moved to The girl''scouts of LaBelle held
M ..
Mayo of Pahokee] cir
was a regular \
25. Calla.\ ;' -.;' her new home Monday at' 1934 El meeting Wednesday afternoon
r.; ,The woman's club and the the week- son, H. A. Bestor; Waters, Claudei f > '
at the
Club will have I over i Downs, R. A. Shaw, Roy Dunaway, a One potlod plai't. ': :}:' Paso Ave., in Fort Myers. Mrs Pope community hall.
a .
.. Mr. and
has been resident J. C Riley of Clew-
Clewiston Inu Friday f J. E. Beardsley, Fred Maxwell, J. G. ( f' a of LaBelle for I
i(26 iston .
I spent
; some time. Tuesday in LaBelle
March 13,. Dr. Bourne will I I 'Allhands 1 Barney Thomas, T. V. Watson -I ; on
and Dr. L'zelle business.
were L
on sugar. All members are I Sarasota over the week- George 'Bert, E. J. Kerr, J. E. 7 Day, four stem. ,:. "* Mrs. W. M. Weekley of Atlapaqlus. "

-attend. 1 i;! WynnCharles Adams. J. K. Mowery, GERANIUMS 11W3S: the guest of Mr. and :Mrs. .T. H. raid*'ell and daughter Miss .

,i I Sr.. T. E. Gonterman and Mr. Brad 23. Ono potted plant. Sam Carson and Mrs. E.1.. Weekley Mnrci Linn Caldwell, were called to

Mrs. B. F. Martin and : l Eaker and Mrs. J. M.I' ley. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. It. BEGONIAS Sunday. I their: )home in Bristol Tenn., last

elyn, Kitty and Bill, of a shopping trip to West A. Shaw, high score; Mrs. J. E. 20. One potted plant. Mrs. Weekley was called to Fort; ; wpek on account of serious illness of

were guests of Mr. and Thursday Beardsley. second high and Mrs. '1'. I FERNS Myers last week for the funeral of Mrs. Joes Caldwell, Mrs. Caldwell's

Smith over the week-end. ,--- 'V. Watson cut prize. i 30. Best single specimen. her mother, Mrs. Georgia Carson. son's wife.Philadelphia.
I II I 31. Best collection.
:\ A. L. Trueblood of. I
I Mrs. J. W. Buck entertained a committee BEST ARRANGEMENT OF CUT
Miss Cora Hdzen from '
Sunday In Clewiston.
meeting of the Garden Club and elsewhere idcrron
give a lecture at the made a business trip
Monday afternoon at her home in 32. Mixed. trating to American florists how to,
church Wednesday, :March: 18, Beach Tuesday.
P. M. i Belle Glade. Those from here attending I 33. Two colors effectively create beauti'ul brs;et
? Miss Hazen is a very; FLORAL
turer were Mesdame F. M. Wright, 34. Roses. v DESIGNER floral designs. He uses not only tu..
and here talk which I Buck of Belle Glade was .
Porto Rico Deane Duff, :E. L. Stewart and 'I' UNUSUAL FLOWERS OR PLANT lips and hyacinths; but roses and oth-
will be an in Tuesday.
feature of the evening. ,I i I Deckman. Plans were completed MATERIAL VISITSAMERICACarl. er American flowers.

I I! the flower show to bo held at Belle 3i.:> Cut. ,. L Europe has taken more to flowerssince
J. R. Alston, Sam I _
Glade Saturday and Sunday, March 3G. Polled. the war than ever before, van
Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
Riley Pickett attended the
21 and 22.Following. NATIVE PLANT MATERIAL Empelen says.Flowers grow in patches -
I R.
Monday in LaBellp on at Lake Worth and i i iI I i: van. Empelen
:37\ Best! display. and gardens everywhere in Eu-
I and Wednesday of Is a list of flowers that Shows America How
rope. They have served to bring beauty
Mia N. C. Story left last can be placed on exhibit in this show, I'
New Orleans where she ,,' I I II i those wishing to exhibit fruits and To Display Flowers.Carl to the home and to help! forget the
V sorrow and drabness of the war. Every -
relatives. ? spent Tuesday in West I vegetables can secure a list from Mrs. : ::II!' : .
country in Europe has take*, to
on business. E. L. Stewart: II. van Emplen, international.
I .
Allhand--; ;;; : .: : extensive flower growing, except in
_". J..... G. F. I. -. I Class "A" Ribbon and prize awards ,: > :;: :: ly known landscape architect and floral -

:'son spent Saturday. .. in Fort \ : and Frank Pickett fro.n: i open to ,all amateur flower growers '1=! .' ..':.' .. < SUBSCRIBE' FOR designer, is visiting America for Russia. There: he declares, Russi1-
,; \
i. has
f' taken
business] : T. .... : .re visitors. to Clewiston i' from Canal Point to and including [r"r.: ;1WISTON 1 ;f NEWS t j I the the first time He has conic ,here as for grain laising.up available The Communistic fertile land

'... ] ; guest of American
',. I Moore Haven. \: horticulturistsand
" Mr. and Mrs. Gus McGhee -'-. I SWEET 'PEAS '. : : PHONE 339 r florists to exhibit to Americanshis government contends that flower raising
/ I .
-" .' E. L. Stewart motored to ( attending the dance t. Mixed colors of 50 stems. art of decorating home, office is a capitalistic indulgence.::

<. :':, :. Wednesdaynight.. I Friday night were 2. One color 25 stems. I and gardens-an art which has won European O"oons :11'" ve-:' ro 'd or

: "J'.., .,< ., 1 returned Thursday from j ROSES ,. ; him twenty-nine gold medals in the flower raising, van Empelen explains.

:: : ... : H J. Green, Jr., of'JIende 3drY'n I He was accompanied ;; 3. Three pink. .. I important flower and garden shows Queen: Manof Engloml: 0"r V the

:=.:",:- .:. N. C.-, is visiting Mr. and i t' wife. and children who I of Europe and Asia. rose; Queen Wilhelmina of Holland,
I -
<. ?: : Green this week. 'ay since the past sum- t\= : : : : : : : = : : : : -d Coming from a family whose descendants the tulip and hyacinth: ().t\3CJJ "*Ticto-
- - - - - - - -
'.. I for seven generations havebeen ia of Spain, tulip and iris; Queen

,,, ..,-.:..;. ;'. ;'": :, r T. V. Watson! left Monday I n w" :: PALM BAKERYt., growers of tulips and hyacinths, 'ivan Helena of Italy, pomegranate blossoms

.'". ''::-. business trip to the northern Kyan of :Moore Ha :, Emplen knows, it is said more and Queen Marie of Rumania,
<"{_':. :." .' :'" the state. visitor to Clewiston "..' ..d'-, about these flowers than any other. lillies. President Paul von Hiuden-

: : Patronize home industries. ; person in the world. He believes that I! burg. of Germany favovc r-'cl?mn -
;. '; Mr. and Mrs. John Myers l ;j :(t:' n your> tulips and hyacinths, if properly decorated Premier Mussolini, of Italy, the pop..

.' .. ., ; week for their home at \ } I with ferns, :
Social Club met with greens and appro-1 py. The former Kaiser, now residing

Ohio. after spending a month at her home J. BRANTLEY & SON V 11 11'to j priale ribbon: can make a basket and ,. *n Holland ,;,opu'ari'ed! the corn flower

Watanabe !hotel. 1 1I afternoon, bridge was vase! of flowers that is unequaled In. and cyclamen. .

I I the evening with Mrs. )1 J its beauty. While in America van I j Before returning to Holland vanEmpoler.

winning high score and 'to >Emplen at the different flower showsIn
... "" will visit the
The BEST Gray = ; == '"''''='''="f!!:'' gardens or
the consolation prize. New York, Chicago. Boston and[ leading Americans and the municipal

:.. ', Mesdames W. S. lIar-
: Remedy -9j' .?. -Ib. .-------

To half pint of I F L. Williamson.. J. : .:f ,".' ,"f'',.' ,..,J.-. .,....T =. ...." .--r],., < .'P'... .",;""__
. ., T. E. Gonterman, J. AI" .. .'f '' .1)
.. one ounce bay rum,a .. ';(:; ) L3\.t\
., D. G. Alston W. C. V ,'l..j't". '-3.4 :::..\' t\
,_ box of Barbo "A, ::. ;r. t ..:),:..,= .. ..:': ,
, and one-fourth Powers, J. G. All- SE l. .
fl it'!
:\ 1 f/ \
glycerine. Any .
-, and Roy Green. lJ .. \; /6'3irpj 'L. \'ti! : ,; -
.. t. A -
" can put this up or you -- '.' :F. '' ,. \ ,
f" r. : "
, mix it at home at b'J I W ne '""/.a. r I ; ".. J,; '.. : : "l.h,: .... ., .

.."::;,,).t): '. little cost. Apply to :Monroe, MiE.. R. Pace J H"'nvv 1'1 the. 4 ill /; I 'f. h:;:&/ ; '"1'.' : ;;.7,.' i if

.' hair twice a week Earl White, Herbert J tu H1L i :r, ; : .
f the desired shade is !l !J I t 'ttlfJ \ ;/ ; :>:: > -

:"" tained. It will gradually Pete Wilson, :Dick: EXTRA /{ "1 >, ".
streaked faded.or hair and make t "IJ
d.. and glosay. Barbo gray will not color the Houze, A. L. Hackett, *",? PROTECTIfN "."... ">;',:a....l1. \1.t. "t. (., .".... '
: :.... Is not sticky or creasy and does not -Jacobs. {'1-,.,. ;.. __ ')..'..-f.:A., {t; 1l sYY I f.: ;.,!"';;.! ( ./,.-.,\ .

.... "', s \I.j..b t ittr..J"f. ,'. ;;;. k'iEDRIVERS' ;ii re.: (:l1ti"1 .,
Hirsh Harris of Tam "'J: .L.1 :J ;t'; .
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ILE of Mr. and Mrs. Tom :":zr:: ; 4' 1-r.; .;ii."I P ,; A HOME AWAY FROM HOME
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f- .
::1Zi; .Sil.: : l f :
the week-end. ; .J .i -

,. : '
. R. A. Shaw spent the
:: ', '" "- :7t West Palm Beach. ARE "HARD ON TIRES" . THE ;/1;.q I
> :'i :{-', C cvThE .
. :: celebrated her fifth NEW GOODYEAR HEAVY DUTY !ggExtra -
"::ff,. ..:. Saturday with I '
.r(:' :- home. Guests included ".-" .' -- ...."........ ':.0; ,"-' ...'i .. -r.'d1 IV

/,:>:; } : :, \ Alston. Elva Alston, J:: is You can get a room and: board at our hotel that 1:1

".1"'. ,.: Gloria and Betty Every Way Except Price :
: : V V. Hooker. :Zelda make you feel at home. -

.'.; .. O'Neal, June Hooker, 1
THE CLEIST :! Hawkins, Are yon planning plenty of Goodyear's patented SUPER- t

.---... hardhard driving? Want extra TWIST cord-six she<)k-al*

: spent Wednesday in protection from poncsorbing plies! I '

:. .' LAUNDRY CO. *. tares, blowout, skidding and Extra style, too. Tapered sido 4ii -, '. ".r. ;:

worn-down treads? bars; silver striping. Vnlua [1 I

t-M ,.'r<,.' ..' Let our washing and Alston of Belle Glade Here's your tire! only Goodyear offers-mado i

:' "soft.collared to Clewiston Saturday. Extra-thick, extra: deep-cut possible .by a production CLE\yISTON'S POPULAR HOTEL
: your shirts the ExtraMILLIONS of tires grcatcs
All-Weather Tread. I I ,
Up appearance that you like large, extra powerful body of than any other company.

C 'V. McDonald\ and I ,.

You'll notice tfie difference! to Daytona Satouri, i -

.Snow white laundering of : :Ask; for our Special Vacation Trip Offer ; \Vp'TANB1OTEL\

Low 1930 prices on Goodyear Pathfinders and Regular} .
. ticle. ston and Mrs. C. \V.11|
' : All-Wcathcra
Thursday in West .1 -
AiRS Manager.4
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., LAUNDRY, Alston and Mrs. W. C.J J I :! : .

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: CLEW/STON flour u"1 OIV- rt'eLa1. I: .--Claude- Downs, Mrs. !I '

C. Downs and Douglas Puryear ,-- .__ .. ..... ... i:. ",- ::; '- I.r..'.'_r. "' 7..J----: '" ::. -- -,"WolF :.'" ,,..,...-
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a navigable channel not less than 6 RURAL COMMON, SENSE us to grow these food and feed crops,

RELATIONS OF :STATE AND EVERGLADS feet in depth and 80 feet in bottom BUTLER ANNOUNCES By Spuds Johnson ? we are again reminded that If we had

grown them all along, we might have

I DRAINAGE TOWARD FLOOD CONTROL width.It is estimated that the south shore FIGHT CARD READY DEPRESSION PERIODS -. saved more from our money crops,

levee wilt'invoh'e tho excavatino of LEAD TO ADOPTION OF and have more money to spend

10,113,000 cubic :yards of earth, 4,882- GOOD FARM 'iMETHODS If. then, we can remember to grow
FOR MONDAY NIGHT when "good times" return to our
-- 500 cubl cyards of rock, and the them
During the last session of Congress cie Canal to provide protection \ will have profited by the
midst, we
building of six flood gates at channel 'Sweet are tho uses of adversity, .
included for this projecta against erosion rit an estimated cost
there was depression.
is estimated that said But modern people pel'Joel.of ,
entrances; and it the sage. a
minimum of $7.000,000.00 in the of $175.000.00. and an improvement I Battle Royal Between 4 I In the third place, during unfavorable -
the north shore levee will Involve the prefer prosperity to adversity) or to '
Rivers and Harbors Act, to be made of the lower section of the St. Lucie we, are again and most
excavation of 2,410,6(30( cubic yards of Husky Negroes Will depression. However, tho depression, seasons '
available for the purpose of controlling River at an estimated cost of $25,000. forcibly mlnded that: the policy of
earth and 80S.ODO cubic yards of rock. If not an absolute adversity has its
the floodwater of the Lake 4. The construction of ten miles of Start Program: for all" is best. '
"all for one, one ,
In November, 1930, the U. S. Engineers uses which we are apt to overlook.In .
Okeechobee and the Caloosahatchee levee along the north shore of Lake When, conditions are fairly good We ,
established headquarters for the first place .it gives us a
River area and the improvement of Okeechobee at an estimated cost of supervision of this project at Clew- Ed Butler, local boxing promoterfor proper perspective-we learn to put do not, realize so deeply the necessityof .

facilities thereon, on a 104022000.. adversity' befallus
navigation the American Legion, announcedthat cooperation. Let
construction of' 62' miles ot iston, and it is expected that some$600OffO.0O emphasis and value on moral, cultural -
basis of local participation or participation 5. The during his card for Monday night March less however, and we are made to '
Lake ( will be expended and social qualiies and put
by Okeechobee Flood Control levee along the south shore or 16, was 'ready. He is erecting .an_ emphasis learn know that best results can be se'- '
1931 on the project. on worldly goods. We
estimated cost
District, as follows: Okeechobee at an the Clewiston News and when working together ..
arena near cured only we are ,
Okeech bee Flood Control District that the dollar is not all there :Is to
( ) Okeechobee "Flood Control Dis- $6,172,200.0'0.The will headliner. interests of all.
a feature Joe Cato as a for the
to tho War life attainment should
estimated cost of has turned over $50,000 and that its
trict must contribute $2,000,000.00 to- grand total In the ten- Department already and expects to Plenty of action is promised for the not be our chief goal. And last! of all, depression gives us

ward the cost of the improvements. the several improvements' entire fight and Mr. Butler stated time to stop and think-in fact..forcesus
June 1
pay an additional $150,000 on In the second place, thefarmers '
(b) Okeechobee Flood Control Dis- tative plan Included in sub-paragraphs in work cut corners, seek
1931.It. that the fights Harlem two weeks learn during "hard times" that the to plan our ,

trict must provide all lands needed one'to, five, is $9,027,420.00The to turnover ao drew a good crowd. This will be other money crops, and generally'
authorization did not is tentatively planned simple,. old-fashioned practice of pro .
for the improvement without expenseto act of Fed ral 'Govern a mixed fight with a battle royal between is carry on ,our farming operations a '
contributionof $701>,000 to the I ducing our living at home fundamentally "
the local "
the United States.c prescribe that four starter. The i I better
June 1 1932 and $1,100,000on negros as a .
the ment on sound and necessary.When
of neces-
and providing
to maintain all works funds
) Agree -
( public Is Invited to atten dand seats '
June 1, 1933. This is things are "riding hlgh".e are apt
and channels within the limits of the sary lands be made en toto before will] be provided for all of those who I In t. .cect-growin? contest at Lake ,
District collecting to in
applied to the either upon get the habit of depending on '
could be
Everglades Drainage District. and to federal funds stated'Mr.. View Utah Madsen attained '
wish to see a real fight Garner "
is Improbable
that much in faxes which very our money crops to purchase our food
charge 'no tolls on any of these navigable project. bonds to Butler. and feed I a record _of almost 35 tons. to the
sufficient When
or pelTTng crops. necessity forces
has acceptedthe
waterway.Id I The War Department acre. .
the balance of the required
Flood up
that whenever authorizedby proposal of the Okeechobee
) Agree .

Congress. the ,United States shall Control District that it furnish each I local interests participation. CATHOLICS TO HAVE .. .. ... .. .
the (!i .L:1';;;: ;':"' ", ;: 'i''' 'j\o-::: u __ H. "" C'r.rJ.rr..r': ... ..,=,,-.: .= 'C;; -... to'" '
Upon the payment of $2,000,000
have the right to modify or improveany fiscal year two sevenths of any .

of these. waterways and their appurtenant amount allotted by the Federal Government the Federal Government assumes full BENEFIT DANCE' AN AMAZING OFFER '
structures.e with the understanding that responsibility for completing project

irrespective of the eventual cost I .
( ) Agree to the St. Lucio Canal, .Okeechobee Flood Control District

the Caloosahatchee River and other will provide all rights-of-way for the to the United "States. In the mean- AND CARD ,PARTYMembers ,. If;, Not Satisfied Money Refunded I':;: <',{
time through the full cooperation
channels forming the proposed cross- portion or'the work covered by the .

and that the total contribution the War Department the work on the
state waterway, shall be navigablewater ; LADIES I HOSE

of the United States and sub by Okeechobee Flood Control project is proceeding on schedule of tho Catholic church :

ject to Federal laws for the protectionof District will be $2,000,000.00, irrespective with all consistent speed.. have _announced that they' would hold -

such waterways.The of the eventual cost to the United a' dance and card party at the Clew- Direct byMaill ,' -'. < .'39c ,PAIR : Every PairPerfect

project has been taken over by States.A HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES! iston Inn the, week of April 6th. The S

the War Department and the preliminary tentative design for 'the levees money received for admission to the '
work is under way under provides for their construction entirely I CHILDREN'S CLOTHES dance"and card party will! be 'used to

the supervision of the U. S. Engi of local materials, the hearting of furnish, the new church. 3 FOR $too 5

neors. local materials to be protected by ,- Material for Play Clothes Mrs. H. A. Bestor is general chairman .. ,

The tentative''plans of the project ripp-rapp to be laid in thicknesses of of the committee and In charge. 5
'For play clothes, gingham plain Longwear Dull Finish Fashioned
proposed by the War Department involves 3 1-2 feet, 3 feet and 2 feet, on the Miss B. Kettl will have charge of the '. .
colors, plaids, and checks has long : .' .
: Lake side, the top and the land side dance and Mrs. W. P. Vaughn., Jr.. Service WeightCOLORS S
been a standard material. It is medium ..
1. Au improvement of the Caloosa- respectively, from elevation plus ]8.0 I will have charge of the card party. .
in weight, may be had in a variety .
hatchee River by iTroviding a channel upward-the top 18 inches of ripp- I Mrs. Harry Vaughn will be in charge -
of colors, and launders easily.
G feet deep and 'at lesat SO feet wide rapp on the Lake side to be selected or refreshments.The '
Cotton prints are very much in vogue, I Duskee Blon ,Dore Naive Nude Suntan -
from Lake Okeechobeo: to Fort My hard rock In larger sizes; resistanceto new church is expected to be S
at present, and are both serviceableand
ers, at an estimated cost of $1,557- sliding/ to be provided in the struc- attractive. Chambray is used both ready for Easter Sunday services. Mode' Basque Brown Gun .- Metal

000.00. ture by the provision of a rock: toe I Black
trim- White' Sable
for dresses and for applique and Mirage.
2. An improvement of Taylors to be built from, natural rock base dren because it can be boiled.
mings. The colors are soft and pretty
Creek to the extent of providing a' up to elevation. plus 14.0; crown When a heavier material is desired,
due to the fact that the cross-wise Sizes 8 1 1-2 to 1 10 '
navigable channel C feet deep and GO width to be IT) feet wide, slopes to be Devonshire, kindergarten cloth, Indian -
threads are wlflte, but they are likelyto
feet wide to Okeechobee City at an 2 1-2 to 1, and top elevation plus :31.0. head, poplin and similar ,materials '
in at- when
fade. Japanese crepe come Postage prepaid payment .
estimated cost of $58,000.00. The .borrow pit resulting from the are very good. Sateen and unbleached -
tractive colors and is easily
'3. An improvement of the St. Lu- construction of the levees will :afford: laundered. While crepe Is ,serviceablefor : muslin, usually with accompanies order. ..

que design in bright colors, are appu-j '
dresses for babies and smalL chil- '

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By JOSEPHINE B. GIBSON Add sugar, vanilla and meltedfat t ib; 1 j"i.' i"'" .1'' '.'-f1f; : : :

Director, Home Economics Dept., to beaten egg. Then add flour By JOSEPHINE B. GIBSON in grated cheese, and when cheese ,::r,:.;::.:::: .. ., I. .. I .. _

H. J. Heinz Company sifted with soda and baking pow- Director, Home Economics Dept... melts, add drained Kidney Beans. .Elill H t r v 1. -1 -t',.1
der. Last add Rice Flakes and nuts. ,
H. J. Heinz Company Serve on hot toast with bi oiled :: uu. J -
DESSERTS and other sweets Pack into a pan lined with waxed L 1ft':
children should be paper, and chilL Slice thinly and tired 7y JOSKPIIINn 7?. GIBSON Sauce. Form into small balls and
family) cominghome 3
chosen carefully, for, although bake for about five minutes in a ANY cold, wet Baked Bean Soup : ovcrf B a ic cups: e d Director, Home Economics Dept., brown In a skillet. Remove to a
hungry a
sweets ought to be included in hot oven-425 degrees F. on Beans, mashed; l'/i qts. cold water; ViIb. ; II. J. Heinz Company platter and place the Cooked
every child's diet, they must not 'V CUP butter: 1 cup night would welcome a dinner salt pork or ham bone; V teaspoon Spaghetti in the skillet. Stir until 5
be overly rich. ruled LOOKtCS : sugar; 1 egg; 1/3 cup around a casserole of delicious pepper; salt to taste; l stalk celery time spent in preparing a thoroughly heated, then heap in
milk; teaspoons vanilla, or 1 of vanilla baked pork chops with Oven Baked minced; 1 bay leaf: 1 onion sliced. THE
Cereal In tablespoon of is not always a'suitable. the center of the platter and
puddings and cookies, and V. of almond; 3i cups pastry flour Beans steaming bowl of bean Brown. minced or.ion a sur-
which add valuable cereal celluloseto or 3 1/3 of bread flouri; teaspoon salt; 4. a fat and add to the Oven Baked Beans criterion by which to judge its round with the meat balls. Garnish
teaspoons baking powder. soup Welsh rarebit with plump with other Ingredients. Bring slowly to a with of '.
the attractiveness. Meals parsley and
arc excellent sweets goodness or servo
,Cream butter add sugar and cream well mealy Oven Baked Red Kidney boll, simmer for 1 hour, put through a
for children. Baked fruits and together. Add beaten tag and vanilla. Then Beans, a Boston roast, or any of colander and serve. This serves from 10 requiring the least time for preparation very hot.Salmon .
brittle candies also are welcomedby add alternately the milk and the flour to 12 people.Casserole. often are just as appealing, '
sifted with salt and baking Roll the countless other dishes using a rind Corn Fritters I :
mothers who want to guard powder. and appetizing as elaborate one
Vt Inch thick and cut In medium sizes. can of Oven Baked Beans as the of Corn and 1 pound: can: c: salmon; 1 ci.p ':a.incd crn; :
their children's health by choosing Place teaspoonful of filling: on each cooky, basis. I me- More or less often, every homemaker 3 tablespoons flour; '/ cup Tomato Kctchun. -
their food carefully. A variety of cover with another cooky and press to- into Baked Red Kidney Beans: dium is confronted with the ueces- ; i eg! ". 'veil I eaten; 1 teaspoon salt
simple, nourishing desserts help to gether. Bake at 425 degrees r for 12 to Baked Beans are coming sized can: Oven Baked R!d Kidney;: Beans: b: fy lor preparing! and serving dinner Flake te! snlmon and add the other In-
15 minutes. life these filling recipes their own! Recent scientific In- 1 cal corn; 1 green pepper minced; Va : e.adl-nts In the order listed Drop by
make meals more interesting' the Filling No. 1: /a cup Pure Applo Butter; Vt vestigations have proved that teaspoon salt; 1 egg; 3 tablespoons grated in half or three-quarters of an h -apn'5! tablespoons In a- well greased
little ones, and do away with the cup nutmeats; cup raisins. Filling No. chcoso. hour: You have been ,detained ata i :;t L1lt. Fry to a coldcn brown on both
necessity of coaxing them to eat 2 cocoanut.: Vi cup Pure Apple Butter; ',i cup dried Baked Beans contain valuable mineral Mix Beans, corn, green pepper, party, met a friend with whoin. sides. Serve hot, garnished with parsley:

things just "because they arc good : substances as well as being a salt and well beaten egg. Put In you had so niuch to talk over, or & Rolls 1 pound sausage; 1

for you". Ricc Flake Macaroons: R ictc.P: rich source of protein. This makes a baking dish, and sprinkle with caller stayed longer than you expected Sausage Fbkes. : egg; i cup Rico S

You will welcome the following Flakes; '/a cup sugar; '\'i cup cocoanut; 2 them an excellent substitute for cheese and fine buttered These are only a. few of
recipes-and any of' these sheets egg whites, stiffly beaten;' Vt teaspoon vanllla. meat. Many people have dieted! giated oven the many dozens of reasons that Add egg and Rice Flakes to sausage -
in moderate
the old New England custom cf crumbs. Bake a anti form into small cakes. Fry
will be most enthusiasticallygreeted may arise to require hastily servedmeals.
Add sugar gradually to F.-for 35 to 40 tutu-
egg -375 degrees slowly uutil soldrn brown
by the children, too! serving Baked Deans and no tonBrO.n S on both
whites. Fold In cocoanut and Rico .
utes. Serve with Chili Sauce.I sides.( After icmoving the
Bread every Saturday eve In aniiin/c! the quit K-time meal. sausage,
cup uncooIcll':: Flakes, and add vanilla. Drop on I 1 medium pour in several
tablespoons of
Nursery Pudding: % rea k f a s t waxed paper, and bake in a mod ning. With crisp pickles, a grop'i! C'W bngland Roast : can oven the lU''n c!:': \-a suitMe meat or Tomato: K tchup.1Jow.lo] heat, and
Wheat: 2Va cups milk2 cup seedless erate oven for 10 minutes. salad and dessert. Baked De l.s Eked Red Kidney Beans; 1 cup sort meat faUbsLlVte; often seems a
raisins: V* teaspoon salt; 2 eggs; 1/3 cu? medium ssrvo as a sauce over the .meat.Scalloped .
brown form a nourishing and appealing crumbs; 1 cup grated cheese; 1 P'obleni, bttt ifshculc; not be. Any
sugar; Va teaspoon vanilla extract. Baked Apples with Current Jelly : MiM onion chopped finea teaspoon of the following can be prepared H2 to 2
Scald dinner menu. salt 1.
milk Tuna Fish
add cereal and stir Woicjstershuo: Sauce; .4 teaspoon ; :
6 apjslrs: ; 1 cup sugar; 1 cup water; Currant Your family will like these: delicious in a?: tniasngly: 'hcrt time and fish f j-cd cups tuna
constantly over hot water until the : tablespoons butter; 4 tablcsp
Jdly. egg.Mash
mixture new Baked Bean dishes: Beans or put them through a will form the "backbone" of most <-jns ilcur: 2 cups mill;. 1 teaspoon ealt S
Add salt, sugar Mixjucjar: and water and use to baste Mix with other thgredients5undbake ; p"
chopper. delicioi'T dnne-s.! ; And you will oL tibJrsyoons) Tomato
apples five while at Ketchup; Dash of'gppcr "
ralcutes cooking
and every
untU nicely
flavoring to the
and stir moderate oven
into the cereal mixture.eggs,Add raisins 375 degrees F. for half Rh Inur. Remove Pork Chops and Oven Baked brown.in Servo a with Tomato Sauce. find that most ct the foods needed Slices., 1 cop buttered crumbs or Rico I
from o\'tn and ,rprinkle with gravulited 6 pork chops; to prTire Ui"r.l come from yourt'listy ." (i
and pour into a pan set in hot sugar. Return to oven until surnr in cits. Beans F.n Casserole : i can Oven Tomato Sauce' l tablespoon butter: :150 the oil from the tuna. fish. Melt. '
water. Bake In a moderate oven- Before serving, place a spoonful of Currant Baked E n Vegetarian Style; 1 teaspoon 1 tablespoon flour; supply shelf! butter add flour find stir until blended.
Jelly in the center each 1, Tomato Ketchup. 6 Then odd milk and season: with salt,
ol Apple. milk pork
350 I SMjar.: 3 4 cup Tomato Ketrl.upFry si cup ; 4 cup
degrees F.-from CO to 40 min
chops brown. Cover with Baked Melt butter, add flour and milk Mexican Pork Chops : chops >,4 Kefchup and rj)1>?r. Arrange:
utes. Rice Flake and Peanut Balls: Beans add sugar and Tomato Ketchup slowly. Cook until thickened, and Inch thi k; 1 small can Cream' of Tomato In alternate b LTntcred layers bcklng of tuna dish tish and sauce .
1 package Rice Flakes: l'cup peanuts; 1 Bake In a moderate oven-350 degrees y, Soup; salt.Brown. buttered cprlixkle with
Delicious Custard Pudding :I cup white sugar; 1 cup brown sugar; _V -for 20 minutes add Tomato Ketchup slowly. the chops and sprinkle In a moderate crjmbs oven or Rice In Flakes place of anU the bro Ash'\\n,
2 eggs2; cup raisins'i: cup corn syrup; : cup water; ifc tablespoon 1 medl-
cup sugar:
C hard
Pour around : ccokcd
Salad with salt. ccjs may tc used.
Bra.ilian lightly
Vt teaspoon vanilla; 2 cups Rice Flakes! ; butter; Vi teaspoon Pure Vinegar. Welsh Rarebit with Oven BakedRed Cabbage urn can
:2 cups mUk; grating of nutintg. If ds- Boil together the white and' :2 tablespoons Oven Baked Rod Kidney Beans; 2 cups them the Cream' of Tomato Soup Sliced" 1'4 pound zTUce4
slrcd. brown Kidney Beans : butter; s t-- coarsely shredded cabbage; 3 tablespoons and bake covered, in a mod t'alo Beef Creole-: :1'lcd beef; 2
sugar corn water
Boat eggs and add Rico Flakes and syrup bleapoons flour: 1 cup milk; U teaspoon: Fresh Cucumber: Relish; 3 tablespoons until tender. Servo hot. cups milk; 3 tablespoons! butter; 4 table-;
raisins. Add sugar mixed with mUk.! butter and Vinegar, until mixture pepper; Va teaspoon salt; 1 cup Antrl.n: Tomato Ketchup; 3 tablespoons: Mayon- oven apoons. flourV: cup Chill Sauce; Toast
Add vanilla, and nutmeg 11 desired. Pour forms a soft ball when dropped cheese; 1 small can Oven Baked Red Kid- naise Salad Dressing; Vt teaspoon salt Beef Balls with, CookedSpaghetti .;r ,toasted: muflLns.
Into a greased baking dish placo In a pan into cold I ney Beans. in sieve and rinse Saute beef
of hot water and bake in a moderate water. Cook at 244 degrees Place beans a In 1 tablespoon but-
oven F. Cool slightly, flavor with S Melt butter in a saucepan, then sauce from them. Drain, chill, and 1 pound ground steak: Salt Few and pepper ter. Melt 2 tablespoons butter, stir
'ew drops onion Juice; drops
Brown Sugar Ice Box: Cookies : vanilla and pour gradually, stir- mix with flour. Scald milk and stir add remaining ingredients. Toss WorcetrrfO; Sauce; 1 large can Cooked in flour, add milk gradually, and

Vt cup butter; 2 cups brown sugar; 2 eggs! ; ring gently, over the Rice Flakes: Into the butter and flour. Cook In together lightly and chill. Serveon Spaghetti. stir constantly until thickened.Add

1/t teaspoon tablespoon baking vo.nUlI1 powder;Uaspoon 3Vi cups flour soda;; and peanuts. Form Into'balls when a double boner until! the mixture crisp lettuce garnished with Season meat with salt, pepper, dried beef and Chrii aucc. Serveon

1 cup Rice Flakesa; cup nutraeats, cool. thickens stirring constantly. Beat Mayonnaise Salad Dressing. onion Juice and Worcestershire toast points or toasted mufllns.