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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: March 27, 1931
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
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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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Where Industry And' Th'e' Clewleston News The Center ,of' America


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VOLUMES-NO. 14 CLE fVIS TON. FLORIDA FRIDAY MARCH 27. 1931 PRICE 5 CENTS l
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-. : GLADES FLOWER -TJ-IE WEATHER JEFFRIES AND FORD BASE BALL PRACTICE LAKL LEVEL 9 P. M. SATURDAYS



: SHOW DRAWS March Date 16. .........MLlx.. 78 Min.57 Rainfall PLAY TENNIS WITH II. TO BE HELD NEXT March 22 .......;..........6., A.16.6 M. 6 P.1G.6 M S MARKS f THE END

March 17 .......... 65 53 .44 March. 23 ..'................. 16.5 16.5

: 1. CROWD\ SUNDAY March 18 .......... 70 53 STATE CHAMPIONSMake I SUNDAY AFTERNOONSchool March 24 .................... 16.6 16.5 OF BIG CREDITS

March 19 .......... 7,5' 53 'I March 25 ..........,..,....? 16.5 16.6 I ,

March 20 .......... 79 43 March 26 .................... 16.5 16.5
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: Clewiston March 21 .......... 75 46 Good At Diamond March 27 .. '................ 16.6 16.6 Club Members Who Expect
: Flower Growers Showing In Fine -
... March 22 .......... 80 5t! March 23 ......... .......... 16.5 16.6
: .' Take Many First Orlando With 'TwoOf Shape For First Game To Win Big Prizes


.' ... Prizes For Efforts. STEWART WIII ASICLEGISLATURE I.. The Best._ Players.. J, Of The Season. HILTON SAYS LOCAL Must Work Hard.

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One o t the most successful events O. L. Jeffries and G. M. Ford rep-" This is station B-A-S-E-B-A-L-L Saturday. night at nine p. m.-not

'-: ,,:, ,- in the history of the Glades, the first TO resented Clewiston In the state ten- broaccrating] ': on a frequency of once SOIL IS BEST' FOR' one minute late. marks the close of

';'; ?-ti":"- ', annual flower show of the Upper nis tournament which was held at .Orlando I a w .eIr.: The main event of our prom the "FIRST PERIOD" in theews _

:, r" Glades Farm and Garden Club drew PASS LOCAL BILL last week. Jeffries was paired *"<'. ,' today i ii the announcement that POTATO GROWING biir nub\ crintlon campaign. .J!

> ::..:':' : several hundred ,visitors during the j'I t with Brannon, from Kisslmmee and I.In*"*_Mil practice will be started in After that time and for the next

:::. \ two days it was In progress at the lost his match 6-4, 6-4 while Ford Clewiston next Sunday at 3:00: o'clock, two weeks the"Second Period" sched-

: American Legion hall. Individual exhibits : County Will Be Open I I j drew the state champion and was defeated on t11h school diamond.. Authority On Spuds Is ule will be in effect, whHi will moana .

In the flower and vegcttlblaclasses 6-2. 6-0. Mel Tarpley who #l'" I : very material REDUCTION in the
o. Only Two Months I On.last Sunday a light practice was Firm Believer I In ThisI t credit power of all subscriptions
passes the 300 mark, while a played Ford will play in the finals '
1..:=): number of feature displays conlrib: Each Season. this week.. Tie will meet Hickey. or held put the candidates did not reportas Section, Of State. while the third period-:and last-
they) should have. It is rumored will see the scale almost cut in half
_ ( :' J.. uted much additional Interest to the Orlando for the state championship.Both .
. that there will Palm
not be a Beach again.
.f". wi) show. Representative: ( E. L. Stewart has Clewiston players were a little J. R. H. Hilton from Atmore. Ala.,
-ounfy.
..league this therefore. Caa' '
year Make
I The big'American Legion hall excited after, a long ride to Orlando known Dash Now
L served notice according to law by advertising among the potato growers of
point and Brown Farms will be
where the show was held was a mass I in a local paper that he will but played a good game. They are anxious the South as authority on spuds and Clnb members who real want to

:: of color with 267 flower displays introduce a bill in the next legisla for another try and 'will probably looking for a berth insome legue.. their culture has been experimentingin capture that Chevrolet Coach or the
i ]have been informed by the Okee- Bed
ranged on long tables, along the west- ture that will effect the game law ol I represent the city in the '''next. 4 Clewiston and around the southern Room suit are preparing for the :.
!Poll News that that city'will have
. .Jf/J ern sido.! More than 50 varieties of Hendry county. tournament. Clewiston is now: playing f: shores of lake Okeechobee. Mr. Hilton final dash and with one accord are

.', ) :..;;,._\flowers were exhibited, including evvery During the last meeting of the in a tennis tournament composedof team: this year. shipped several cars of potatoes now fichtin' r, valiantly determined to '

".1:'."';" {,.., kind from the !humble, phlox to'' county commissioners the board ordered cities around the lake. COIL all you faithful players auu to Clowiston and has associated with reach the 'ml where the big $6!) .00rr

; the stately gladioli. Particularly impressive _- a notice to be' printed that Sunday)' the Clewiston team will tans to the practice ,next Sunday anu him in the experiment W. C. Hooker awaits the'one who gets thehjprjrnet

,'. .-.t.'. : were the displays of sweet. would effect the present hunting law journey ,to Pahokee where they win .: ".organize Clewiston's. team andtartlthe one of the oldest truck farmers in ; numfrer "of credits.A .

. ,l 1 ;. peas snapdragons ,and roses. The of Hendry county.-It was not decided meet a team from that city. The Cities organization.. of the old Everglades Mils! section of the state. .Mr. Hooker study of the standing of the club ..:'

.l I i' ': flower exhibits were judged by E. C. lust 'what kind of a bill would be introduced in the league are Clewiston, Pa- league. We have plenty of has always been a believer in this soil members shows that up to the pres-

# : Glazier, Adolph Jordahn and Theo- but a majority of the com. hokee. Brown Farm and South Bay. ."""M' material' from which to select find was instrumental in attractingMr. ent time they have done abcfit the .
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.: tlore Hansen of the Palm Beach Gar missioners were in favor of closingthe team Let's gel busy and have a Hilton to this section of Florida same amount of work. and they are '- ':

.JI denera Association.. kind of for ,. )d team to represent 'our town. all bunched together in I close bunch. :
... county to any hunting, Harley Watson of Arcadia is. also
On the caster side of the hall vegetables COLLIER.AND"HENDRY .-.. The one who pulls away from the
This howeverwas
period ,of five years. interested in potato growing with Mr.. .
'" occupied three large bunch by this Saturday night at nine. '.
display
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; not decfded upon but a notice Hilton. They digging '
are potatoesthis -
< with from FLOOD CONTROL o'clock and gets a lead is to ..:
JOIt going
''1' spaces every variety potatoes was printed that some kind of a bill CITIZENS HOLD T week near Bare Beach and have .
: '. to make the remainder of her '
the rarely seen Italian fennel. competitors :
would be Introduced. estimated the yield of 225 bushels of

: "<.'1: School children's exhibits were ar- Representative Stewart then advertised MEETING AT LABELLE BOARD TURNS ''OVER potatoes to the acre. GET IN AND WORK aurlng the :-.
ranged ,on long tables ,down the cen- remainder of the race. : :
his, bill which will close .the Mr. Hilton has several large potato -
ter of the hall. and attracted their The club member or club members "::
county except for two months on all TO GOV! farms. .in Alabama and North Dakota :
full share of attention because of $150,000 who really awaken to the marvelous ,j
fur bearing and wild game in the Discuss Plans To' Annex and comes into the Glades with '
ty their diversity and excellence. The opportunity that'Is before them THIS :'.,4
will with
county. This meet the ap- years of experience in the potato
South Day school children walked off Eleven To week, can be leading- the list next .' ')
proval of every citizen of the county. Townships business. Mr.\ Hilton Is a firm believer j
with honors both In the Individual $685,000; Made .Available' week, because with a few 5-year: '- Ii
lover in the
There Is not
a game in the potential values of the "
',.. .' prize awards and for the school making : en County. : : subscriptions, and a' few. ones andtwos ':>i
that is not anxious to protectthe Govt. For
: county By Everglades soil and is well pleased j
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:. the best showing. Students in the they will 'pile up the big credits. ."'"
'--x 'South Bay school ,winning individual"a'ward wild game in Hendry county. A meeting was held in; LaBelle l i t akeWork. -' with ,tho results obtaineg" from: this JI JIy"eaF.3. However. it is up to the club mmbers :...-f.
: ; ; Twb :mouths hunting,;'andv.trapping :". -.... ..,...,, _. planting : ; : '
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: ci erg:4 nibble' 'Rashley: 1 -,Louise'Go'bpeH' : if*:: -"%, mama-cchw: **.*to-+4irAvlllfgive enjoy iedncsda}bL$1tUbt eifizeit'. -otb' r .' *: f -: oii.!-- { J';:::4. :1t _rJ. "** to'..gel'DUSY"N'OW'' iS'pfi'" .,>;': .:
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'. Sames"*' Grant Louis Kirch- .II iIry'and: ; Cojll&r! counties who are 4 The 'Okeechobee Flood Control W. C. Hooker stated ti1-i'a thirty I ; t'to. whether** the'Yi-V:'bt ie 1 e .,,,. .
the and at"'the"sajiietlmq5protect [
1--: :. -. "' man, Billy Grant Don Herrin, Francis sport "*". 7ifterestedInfhaVirig: eleven townships board has turned over to the United acre potato patch would be ready for I "quitters" or really wlnii s. It will -: ..--f.;:
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1. :' '.. Patriot i ,( Emil Stein, Raymond game in the' annexed to Hendry county. This terri- States Engineers' $150.000 for work on harvesting next week. With an estimated -J take work and hard work the next .-' :':
notice
This published .I
.I. :s' Wilder and George Waldron. Francis Clewistin News was last week. Accordingto tory embraces the Immolcaleo section the cross state canal. The United I yielll of 225 bushels to the 'acre I,three weeks-just the 'same. as It .:.\. .....'. ,

:.:: Wright and J. D. Hooker won and was started by a group of citizens States Government has made 6S5,000 _several cars will be shipped from I takes work and more work to make t-
l law it is not necessary to publish : .
!': I prizes in the Clewiston school exhibit this notice but one time. from that. community.The available for this work: which is a Clewiston during the next ten days. $6SO in three or four weeks in anything :: ',:>

for displays of native plant materi- meeting was presided over by part 'of the $9,000,000 which will be Mr. Hilton is also planting several you do these. days. ,.;<:'" .
Carl E. Royer President the Chamber acres in Bliss and Cobblers for seed .0. ," ,
S al. of .
spent by the government on the lake Club Members Attention ..\>
J Shadow boxes and tables CLEVlISTONaLABELLEDEVELOP of Commerce. and Mayor of La- potatoes which will be shipped north
economy ." and the cross state waterway. The crucial test is now"vat hand << f
were arranged on the stage of the le- Belle. Mr. Irving' Holmes representative this fall. and if you ever intended doing anything : ", f\\
., !from: Lee and of Mr. Since last November between CO Mr, and Mrs. Hilton are stoppingat 'f .'
gion hall the former providing many SPIRIT OF i county one big in this race DO IT NOW! ::
and 75 engineers. in charge of John Hotel their
; :unusual and leautiful'arrangements I Collie rcPt 6entatiYes attended the the Watanabe during -
Instead of 'being third, fourth or In ,
,". .' ; of cut flowers. Mrs.,. L. L. 'Spicer. of I meeting Wft' ,rObn Henry Fears, cash- W. McCluro, government engineer. stay in Clewiston and aro well pleas d last place. GET UP AT THE TOP OF ;:;:

';:i':"'., : .:; :: Clewiston, won both first and second RIVALRY I CONTESTClubs ier of the. Collier.. bank at Fort Myers.Mr. have been at work In this region and with the conditions found in' this sec- THE LIST and stay there. Now is .

,'; b. ii. '. ,;: prizes for shadow boxes, while Mrs. Holmes stated that approximately around' the lake. Work is also 'behg;, ,Jion.: the time to Insure an insurmountable ;

.:i. ?-:- '.'. Elbert Stewart also of Clewiston won 252,000 acres of land would be done on the Caloosahatch.ee river: reserve credit. Now Is the time to

: _;; first prize for the economy tables. Backing Girls In effected by the 'change and that Mr.: According to Ben Herr executive SCHOOL FACULTY TO 'make reasonably sure of the bigI

',:j <.j.:. Among1 the feature displays a model Race For Chevrolet Collier owned approximately 150,000 secretary to the Flood Control Board : prize you most desire.Never "

::<, .' ', ; farm created by Shawano Plantation acres of the land, effected. lIe also I -ti
I contracts will be let on the project again, after Saturday nightwill
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w: the Brown Company develop- As First Prize. I stated that only a few people wanted from the lake to the Caloosahatchee PRESENT PLAY AT it be possible to secure the full

ment won first prize for the most interesting the change and that they were small soon 'after April 3rd. Bids are now I credit power on subscriptions.To ::

;'_ exhibit. The farm, designedto The Clewiston News subscription land owners in that%section, and that being advertised for this project and SCHOOL rONIGIiT hold back subscriptions NOWor

''.'::' .- show muck soil, was complete to contest has caused a friendly spirit "Mr. Collier opposed the change. will close on this date. This part of rely on "promises" only means ''

the. smallest detail. of rivalry between LaBelle and CleW- According to reports to the, News the work will be done ljr private contract that you will have to take less credits.

Another attractive exhibit was thatof I iston. Several popular girls have_ entered .the meeting was very much disorganized The dredge Sarasota, ,commanded My Wild Irish Rose Is its on such orders that you get"later.

the Southern Sugar A the contest from each city and and adjourned without any results ,.'
Company. .
We putting it to -
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by Captain Richards and consisting are up you squarely. ., ; ,.
r .i. : clever feature of this exhibit was a.I are almost running neck and deck being obtained. A meeting has -,of 27 men wprking on three Expected To Make Fit .' If you entertain 'any desire of be

,;, I::;";:"" .. fence of sugar cane and pralines made I for the grand prizo which is a Cbevro-, been called for next week and plans I shifts is at work, on the Caloosahat- In Clewiston. intr declared the 'winner of the grand

;: fJii': '< {. .- from molasses, also were introduced. I let car. The local' girls are working will be worked out at that meeting to chee Yiver between Alva and LaBelle. capital prize. *the' 56SO Chevrolet

r : I', Miniature\ gardens exhibited by hard to keep the Chevrolet in Clew- ,be presented to the legislature.A This work is being done toallow The school faculty will present coach to .bp awarded in Just two :' s,

\\i I; Mrs. Murray Gay, of South Bay, and ihton while the LaBelle girls are doing petition is. being circulated among auditorium 'I short 'weeks from this Saturday: do -
,the larger dredges to navigate the "My Irish Rose" at the school -
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\. .: Mrs. Bob Montgomery of Clewistonwon their best/-to take the grand prizeto citizens of Hendry county requesting, I not fail to turn in every available
.'., ; rivbr and come into the lake to do this evening at eight o'clock. .
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. ;;J- ; special awards.. their" home town. that the 'bill be introduced and the before -
? :: credit
; $ ( > : the',heavy dredging that will be necessary The play is a two act comedy and according subscription: to your
: 1, Home'.canned vegetables and fruits Several large clubs' have been people he given an opportunity to the close of the "First Period.-
-. .. r>o. '. when the survey is completed. to those who have witnessedthe .
.... '....... :t>. ':' ;"". formed another- exhibit, while still :1:1'J formed in LaBelle and' are supporting vote on the question. The only oppo- Last week an inspection trip wns'ma play it will be worth seeing.One I Count on' Facts Only .Y'
:::.\:,.:. : 'another. was given over to displays of I their favorite candidates with sition 'we have found to the bill Is -.fi -
:" : As and fair warning, lo :
' ..'-' I I e over the project under construction of the features will be a clog a timely
:' \,: '. Glades grown fruits. Particularly interesting from .tho. Collier interest and if the '
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"", ,. long term subscriptions.. Tbjs is the by General George B. Pillsbury dance lay two of the school girls, Roberta not try to figure out "how man y credits -
.. \1 ,,: .';' was .the fart that all flow- people of that section anxious to I '
.... : .. d1ts.upon I Ii are : '
beet to' get the cr for will
win
way
will take to ,
'. I of Washington :D. C., assistant George ;and Marcia Avant. Mu- it you ? "S
::_ ._: '.. ." ; era, vegetables and fruits on display which the will be awarded. I become,a part of this county wo cannot Don't be
-: ; ,'.f ,. i car chief of engineers of the War depart qfc will be furnished by the Wallace surely mil to get enough. .
: :. were Glades products no ono outside see any objection to the bill un- '
,' ,,'Miss Boncilo Stone, Miss Jewel ment and Lieutenant Colonel L. V. Orchetsra, afraid of' having too many r;N J ;:- '
\ 'J : of the. Glades being invited less .other have"not been
;' to exhibit reasons that .
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.;' ... Low and Miss Elsie Hare are lead- Fraeler l district; engineer with headquarters Cast of:tho characters are as fol- von can't have too many. Tt;: ou d. be
"'.: : : ; '. .., in tho show. Exhibits Came from brought to our attention arc found. '
far several on
; ins In Clewfston while Mrs. George at Jacksonville, who is in better to win with iijiJ'more ,
;.,, ; ': 'Moore Haven. Clewiston, South Bay, Wo have not-heard the>Collier sid'ecj lows: '
: 'Poole and Mrs. Annette Delaney are. direct charge of the project. They credits than your next competitor J'>
: .., ; '. ,. '>.'Bolle'Glarl Pahokee, the University [ the question but expect to have an Colum McCormick\ a prosperous '
.., : leading LaBc: lo. i :were Accompanied by George B. Hills than to fall short a few thousand .:. 5
, : .: ; :': of Florida Experimental station at I interview with those interested dur- farmer of ,County Kildare, Glenn handful of .;
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.. -;:,." Saturday night will mark the end consulting{ engineer of the Flood Control representing a mere "
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Bolle Glade and Shawano Plantation. ing the next week and will rich "' :
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,: .;: give a Heard; Maurice Fitzgerald a At rate : "
of first District and Ben Herr. The itinerary Toils term subscriptions. any ', .: +
,. ; '. .' tho period, subscriptions .
: .: In the flower classes Ar- .
Mrs. Elbert complete report on the subject in our Dublin artist lIerbert Blate; Mr. will to considerable ; ti-ta
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, this Saturday night a '
taken of their trin included inspec
during this period will bring
} ._ Stewart, of Clewiston, and Mrs. L. L. paper next week. Wo ,understand that chlbeld Pennywitt. William Prewitt; .
more credits than after midnight Sat- tion of the St. Lucio Canal, then to extent tell the story. : A
' :.': Spicer also of Clowistou, made notable Mr. Collier. is in Everglades City and J Mr. Michael Pepperdine an eminent telling you .'
Canal Point Clewiston, LaBollo Wo can only help: by : 'I
urday night., Tho LaBelle ,girls have .
, scores. Mrs.\ Stewart won six we attempt to interview Wm. G. Smedley,
: will get an .a11d1 Dublin Barrister, in own hands. "(rI
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Your fate your
had the advantage of the work of Mr.. Fort Myers. now. .
first prizes and two second, while with, him during the com ing week. .' : Shawn McGilly\ the, laziest man in embitter it for
. You can 'sweeten or
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and Mrs. ,
Riley campaign managers .
': Mrs. Spicer won five first prizes, two I I County Kildare, E. B. Butlor;; Ann :.; a

. seconds and a third: Miss Alice Reed during the, past week and are making: Report of Activities Mal: McCormack, Column's sister yourself. Count '( ''.
', Subscriptions
of Belle Glade, first for thoft' great; progress. The Clewiston girls Big '.4 .... :
won prize : CLEW/STOW MILL : with a true Irish heart, Jamye Williams .
have not been idlq. and are also turn- I night ;. .
best and Saturday
#' display of unusual vegetables ; Eileen Fltzgerall, a Publin Between now

l-" (;: and also took a sweepstakes prize ing in subscriptions.When Date Cane Ground Total Sugar ,1.JI,1ad"To' Bags heiress Sara Greene; Lady Agnes at .nine 'o'clock a five year D. subscri'pV. ....-;. .. ...'

. ..; for the best arrangement of cut we started the contest we Today To Date:. Made : Date Shipped Barricklow. wh''hesitates at nothing, lion counts 65,000 credits. Ne weejwj; : "" ., ..'

flowers.. Mrs. C. E. Reidel of Belle had no idea that the interest would .. Bags Baas Ella W., J rewltt; Pegreen, Burke, a and for tPt! remainder of,tbe.camuvaisrn Y!'' ;.

'.) Glade won first prize fortho best be so great. We realized that a Previous '178,832.85 81..190 servant: on the McCormIck farm Ola a five-year subscrlptioa will .'

\ basket of Chevrolet car would be fine prizeto .', than 40,000: cred
.; f vegetables and Mrs F. a March 19 2-110.65 181.153.50 1625 3,115 1750. Pettewny' ; Rose Crolgan a Wild Irish NEVER count more :
" j Dene Duff, of Clewiston, took second. win in such a short time but had ..... Rode, Dorothy. Stewart. I its. The last week of the campaign -
idea start :March 20 18 ,.157.35 J 3S1 84,496 100 '.' ''1. 20,000 credits. "
the 3003.8.5 COUNT
? Organized lens than a year ago the no that people. would ... ? 'V'' it- Will ONLY .',,'
. .. ". Upper Glades Farm and Garden Club thfa spirit of rivalry. The diamond March 21 : 1775 8G 71 1760 ''i .:Time; -Not so long ago. So it is1 easy to see how a little hard
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f1: which ,,: ::3i66:0: 187,624.,40. .. .. _ ; has active units at Clewiston.: South : ring Is valued at $150 is worthwhile .... :- work now can ,1

:rt; Bay, folio Glade and the University '- also the beautiful bed room March 22'. .. "11715,. '; '. 190',741..55-'" .''...'..:. :';...1500 ... .:";, '. 87,771". 1500': Soloist-J.*-E.p3Tfcketsaro Beardsley.' ,. "cinch""one of the prizes for the one .'

of Florida Experimental Station at suit, and wrist watch. March 23' :' -': 1 Ol.40". D2,242.95 : _.. 641 88.412 1750 '}' ( 'tiding: sold by the schoolchildren who makes up lier mind to win. .. .'

Belle Glade. Plans also are underway The Clewiaton News will be in every '. '. .." '. '.. and as. the. seating capacity The club member who works a. ';

; for.,.-. .. the organization; of a Pahokee. home in Hendry county before March 243207.0. 195,450.65 1625 90,037 1750, ,of the... ,auditorium'is. > .small. -the' house' few hours In the morning, and then .;

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The Tattling Tarpooter EDITORIAL HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES
LABELLE' I NEWS
VOLUME \I-NO.3 .1
The Ninth grade wishes" announce STRAWBERRY JUICE ; /' th.it'; '
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MRS. LCMUCL HOWARD -
FRIDAY, MARCH 27 1931 hat it i i" not our fault that you have Many housewives have learned that :1.Sta1P371ei27S :
Walter Weeks and F. Selby motoredto
not been gettingYOt r paper before it is convenient to have on hand a
Clewiston Sunday.
EDITOR Mary Louise Oglesby,, -chool: is out on Frida)". We are mak1'ig1 supply of canned' strawberry juice. Mrs. L N Thomas of Felda '!;. ,.' ____-=--. .__-L.;;.
-' an effort to get to Like other fruit was ., -..,. ,.:.: % (.,.I; 11, UIi1 : '"
your paper you juices, this product L'. I .' f;; rl f
the dinner ''guest of Mrs Laura V. Hull, .._ I ., : ,' !I". ;,I' ':.!: );Iti"11'1111 :I
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at 2:30. If the printing is delayed and Is In Hf cr.'nri': ".!' ; jli
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REPORTERS. the papers: held up call on Richnard puddings sauces, ice, cream, and sherbets :- : : ; I ,.lf. 'iu\" .I. ./. :I"}1.'P.., 'b.J." .,(. .. .; tE,1 i1 l .(
Betty t J H. Jones of Tampa was a: business rn'I'l,; :' : :j :; ,( ." ," I ., ," .''t>l.
Spicer Richard ; -
Bestor. "f;
will distribute > !! 0"7 .IoI.
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well delicious ;K"jJjilJII '
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papers as as making a .
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Van Bush I visitor in LaBelle Monday.. !..;kliI'IJJ.oiIW": ...." ..; :; 4!.J .. .. .= .' .: ,. SOilr;
: ; < r. il:
until 3:SO. If you have ordered a paper beverage. .111 01 .- ;." _'. "' ., ,, ..I,4.r -. \:1\ ... }: "+'- '
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Merrcl Lowe FrancIs Fulghum and Walter Gravely .', ni.''i, t' '. \ 7 :;':" .6 fiq>o r ((.':11 ." .:
in advance your paper will be Beiiies to be juiced should not be t( 1 I 'I Uill
motored to West Palm Beach Sun Ii \ K ( "
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Mae Lily Stone saved for :you until Monday.\ over-tipo. should be free of decayed : .. _... 1' '- :5' """"L"c... .Ii ';'::1 1 '...... '

Richard Bestor Of course you are coming to the spots, and should have marked acid day. .!;:! ,"I' '..:tllll, ; .. t--,(..........? .'t' r.) ( .7''J.... ....Ji'r.9 .': :; : .'" ,.,." I I
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Mrs.\ Edna Allison Miss Minnie i l '' "' ;.;<;.... '!"' : :.....: !: I
. Business Van Bus! f.. ..po.: . .. ;:' I
Manager ;
.t .
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I: "Irish. Rose" : .
..w. : .
today. The matinee is flavor. Poor fruit makes poor juice. -. III.II .. e. .'v.... .,.. "::r-'C'..,.. II
(. Lou' Howard and Fernnie Selby motored .. ...._._ ::;.rI.;: ,-hr.r: H: i II ,
at 3.:30 and the I ... ;
night performance at When fruit Is soft and delicate and I. I '. .... .! ..- .t Ii!
: SCHOOL ATHLETICS S:1,5. The Wallace Orchestra to Fort Myers Monday atter- ''I, ." ,! ," I', I' I. .. ......... '/.. I h ... ,1i"' ,,:, _.,- ....... I II I
will .
: play the weather Is warm ,fermentation I I ',' ;; ..... I ,"1l< .
j.'iii .
before the noon. :: .f.". ....... "II.f ........ 1ii'j' :' :":.::-" I
curtain. ; '
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and l'J' J
goes up during quickly sets In. To prevent this and l ..._ ,? I ifiii:
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Miss Madge Cox and Odis Williams I '! -till: I ", ", li: r:92PJIM: :.1,!. ?..... II
The Junior been the / ..f: i' '
High boys; have L performance. .J; \: r .: 'iI'
Judging the the best
by get -I
the berries 'I'
flavored juice
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> motored to Fort Myers Sunday H 1Ii"FI1' !' :1 II/fill I :; .,- ( : ;. -" : '. 'V, .... I II
practicing hard for the gamewith L elab preparations that have been should be crushed and heated a few rit \ hi" : II t ::;.::;;:: I I ji-1 s.\W. rl' -tf I '1' fY!
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evening. I ? I ( ,;'I :: ,:,,"; "J1 ,.
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Point in
Canal Thursday the twentysixth" progress for some
time this_ will bea hours after they:: ,are harvested.The -- --- II

at 7:3q., This. paper goes to press; finished production. The stage has berry juice will corrode, aluminum Mrs. J C Riley and Mrs. Vivian Appetizer Course Adds Stuffed E iqsRem'ovC
Howard spent Thursday in Fclda on
on, Wednesday so we can only predict been cluttered up :with curtains, birdhouses and other metals. ,and thus I .
of yolkS of hard cookedCJOLS.
business.
to
the*, )Utcome. Clewiston put a I wings and Enjoyment
up
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what nots for a enameled vessels, should be used.. Math yolks with butter and
. good fight last, ,time. and ,has the advantage I week. Neil Steawrt, Ed Butler and The berries should be heated to, Increase .:Allce Lynn Bailey entertained. a Entire Menu : fip-lv e 1.ojlp'c10111.3 ; mustard plcl[
; ,of some: expeiience. now. If Herbert Blate have been sawing and the yield of juice and to givea i number of friends on her twelfth I ___ Fill whites with this mixture.[ Garnish -

Canal. Point. ,wins it is because they hanurering on mysterious things.It more intense color, but a heat above I birthday anniversary Monday after THE difference, between a com- with: pimicnto strips. -

worked plenty. is hard noon March ?3. A number of games meal) nrmdan.cxcellc'ntmeal Roquefort: Reiioh' Hors-d'oeuvres I
; to .
get a definite idea or 212 degrees F. is likely to destroy the "

.The ,Clewiston. lineup is: Center, what the play is because every time fresh strawberry flavor and give the were played. Ice cream and cake were often depends. on the first Mash rlth a fork an indhldaal I
course the hors d'oeuvres. When portion of'roquefort cheese. Combine .
., served. The guests included Barbara
Halson Avant; Right Forward, William wo try to hang around some body sees mass a brownish cast. Strawberries:: d.lnnev Rf fnrts wfjh. ,an attiactive. with an equal amount of sweet "

Hooks,. Left, Forward. Marvin us and sends us on our way. Prob. are rich i in vitamin C, which, such Hedges. Geneva Curry. Margaret hung i'-wheui ll): aj>!0'U7er( the stageis pickle relish., and Spread jpiInkle-on itIiCabbageCheese firm'pj.pr.iu.$llcroftomato .. t

Altman;. Right Guard Merrel Lowe; ably tho teachers don't. want. us heating will not injure.A -- I I Newcomb. Ida Forrey, Nellie Weover, set for' thorough enjoyment of Horsd'oeuvresCot

Left Guard.. .,Junior Thomas. Substitutes catching them doing 1 Tevio Davis Jaunlta Davidson Eloise every roursp.There _
the things they moderate amount of sugar'dded
] f K 'Ufllcult
nothing
I ,;' i Turner, :Mary Forrey,. Laura May, Nel. about 'grfcen pc0p"cr Inlo( rings. In-
J3111 Beam and Ed Ward. tell
.
us not, to do. We "" hoi
: hear Miss Pet to the juice will" make a more pleasing preparing; :. ) --cl'o"urCs.! : Just! ordinary : Rifls of the rings place small
:
: lie Cook, Evelyn Lucky, Lula Jones, pepper
The boys .have been playing basketball tawny broke bench ( cond'in' 'uts a.icl. pickles ?re
the
a other
swell
night beverage a as prevent. a. mound''; of d:-}h.xge salad mired
I Mary Hansen, Doris Hiers, Pansy raveled in order to rdd the smart,
" during gym period and the girls at rehearsal. Her aim must not have darkening: In color. Unsweetened with! grated JII Cf.rtncl: picparedmustaid.

have been, clogging and, taking set I been true because no other casuallties juice is likely to loses both color and Hay, Roger Miller. 'Gardner; Hand, dainty zestful. nppoi7er5.m touches that make. these. .., Add. ;Trench dressing.

ting exercises: : outdoors. have Snider Riclgfll! Elsie Sims, Florence : 1 Tuna-PicJde
up been Canape
announced. flavor if'stored_ long at room tempera For the simple dinner i i horsd'oeuvres -

Every day tills past week they have I Mrs. Stewart' is. the Irish rose. We ture. About 1 to 2 cups of' sugar:-'per Hall, Pauline' Hull I, Dagma Willis, Lu- of 'two or more kinds may be Combine shredded tuna, flsh with .
majonnalbe molilcn Sea-
: practiced basket. ball after school; in J wonder if she can talk Irish cile Davidson. Marie Padgett, ,Florence attractively arnnsod on a salad. enough ron with onion Juice to and prlk\.
( as well gallon; seems to; be ample.? The )juice plate and placed on the table. : p
preparation, for the double header at as she talks Hampton, Jeanette Cross., Mary Spread on toasted bread, cut into
I Spanish. Miss Greene Is should.. heated. until .tho sugar. dissolves Home Horc,d'oeuvres fancy :'Iiapcs. Garr.!.' with tflll::
Canal. Point. Mary Louise Tglesby I a coy little sister. Mrs.\ Prewitt is a strained, Into sterilized bottles, Friersin, Ellen Curry, Joe RIsley, and Style pickle( rut m o, Jhl'i fllvers) 01 wIth
; David Poole. Place cnoked i'?fts in smnll rinrs!' croeswi6<; 8 lions of dill pickles cut
has been 'Miss
elected captain. Mary Louis vamp, Williams,, an old maid and. processed for 30 .minutes.in'In ''a In the ,center of Inch .r'ns' nlaop! ;.1 JuU> .fancy slijj--e.

has, earned a sure place on the team.Marcia. j :Mrs. Beardsley a husband: hunting water bath at .175' to 1SQ degrees F. Mrs. A. L. Taylor entertained two selection of tw pr more kinds\ or Egg and Pickle CannpeMnKe

Avant Is jumping ,center.. I )busy body. Mis'sPetteway. tables t f bridge at her home Monday sweet mixed IH tlcs. '
a. dumbbell The bottles should then be sealed : .ri paste of S lluely chopped
" Jumping seems to be easy, In the and Mr. Smedley wears a stove with sterilized corks, and the ends afternoon honoring Mrs. Shepherd' ot Fruit Hors-d'oeuvres hard. \Booked .egg:>. and. ma>.onuai3e.

Avant, family. Roberta George has pipe hat. dipped into melted' sealing wax. Store Chicago, Mrs. Shepherd ha? snppt ArrixPM slices of pHeapnTe for the S-:'ncon. with! salt._. mustard and: japrilca .
( bck $. Qn up rt flic ;)i.ne-I3lc |pl I-ce bread
cinched:! a job as forward but the rest: j The money made on the play is to the juice -in a cool dark: ; place; the winter in Ft.; Myers and 15 a a slice 'of offline; ;; *fcJ 'on top of theorar.gc into ,fancy Spread sh on pes.toar'od CcroiBh with cut

of ,the, Une-up: has not been an I pay for the stage. guest' ofMrs. ,George, ,Pettee for a. few & section of sliced sWEet: olllplrklc. \ small,.sweet gherkins: tjlrmbylic.e.d.Try l .

nounced. days. A salad course and coffee were -
I IL Miss Petteway's room seems to bo ., I .r

:: J'he: girls played a pickup team L putting on a Keep Kleen ,Kampaign or served to Mrs. Shepherd, Mrs. George

which jnpludeci three teachers on I something like that. Pettee, Miss Sarah Pettee Mrs. J. B.
, The pupils who
r.. l\1rs..1I. A. Dyches Mrs. ,Carl One These Menus
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Dyches Of
Monday and beat them 10 to f. did not get caught failing to brush SUBSCRIBE FOR

Bekemeyer l ,Mr*. Charles O. Ross,
.. their ;
hair, wash their faces, and hands I '

1Ve. have ,some very good spellers in I clean their nails, and brush their THE CLEWISTON NEWS Mrs.. G. A. Stevenson and Mrs. Benedict On Saint Patrick 's Day

school. This weeks 100 percenters (j I teeth are: Betty Hooks. Alice Deam, of New; Jersey. ',
PHONE 339 Mrs. A.' r;. "Taylor and Mrs. G. A.I .
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are: First grade :Martha Harris and i I Bernice. O'Neal Mildred Ward, Ber-,

Jimmy Bethea. Neither. of these has |i nice Guthrie, Roberta Spic. er. Francis Stevenson made a.: shopping trip to | & #& 5Z% i&S'?' ZSEP'N_ \ \\j.\ -T* tZT2S&tt ) 1{

missed a'word .in spelling for a month. I Wright, Walker Fears LeRoy Hare. Fort Myers, Tuesday afternoon I W ? vr feffl_
SESfi Sfe
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; ,Second grade; John MowryJulia |i I Willie V. Hooker. Dan Beardsley, (.,

',: Oglesby Leonard Thomas, Billy Da1 j j I Rodman. Wallace, Billy Owen, Conrad ")

vie ,and Dick Patterson.. Clark. Dorothy Hare and Violet Be These New
Crisp Wafers
Third grade;' James Hines. I'thea.

Fourt, grade; Dorothy Hare, Betty

Hooks.James Lang, Owen Winn Dan U I SCOUT NEWS Will Improve Any Salad ) : I

Beardsley, Francis Wright and Roberta -
1
- Spicer. I The Boy Scouts are progressing ,

, Fifth grade: Elva Alston Bob I well under their new scout master.

Bear! sley., Dorothy Bethea. Carl]I Frank Cothern. A meeting was held T'rCMr I / -

Lucksinger, Trevlyn Moltz Pat Mc- Thursday of last week. At that time :

Ghee, and Ralph O'Neal. | the oath laws 'and marching drills d 4*
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Sixth, grade: Ed Clark.. Wm. John (I'were .practiced.. Patrols were, selected : 3gfe* ttss5i

son, Rose Marie Lucksinger. Bobby and o'kej'd ''bthe' boys. All seemedto cjtz

Patterson; and Harold Lang. ( be satisfied with their patrols.' At ; '
I
Seventh grade: Betty Little Cath The meeting will be Wednesday _of .Nli

erine Wiandt and Mildred Brantley. [ this week. Bobby Hare, Merrel Lowe,

Eighth grade; Roy Green, Junior William Hooks, and Marvin Altman.

Thomas and ,Lily Murel Wynn. I'in Patrol Tare to entertain. .
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The best writers in second grade s ,Patrol 2 includes Junior Thomas, t"

are Nealy, Geiger and Dick Patter on. I I Ipader) Bill ,Deam, assistant. G. H. j J: ; -a-k 'i n ss ) %S By JOSEPRIX2: B. GIBSON 0,'chicken! salad and place: .1 tpoon-;

In third! grade the best are Ralph:i '! Ilouze and Richard Bestor. II 7 m Director, Home Economics Dept., fill .0! 'Mayonnaise Salad Dressing
n J. .
Uelnz; Company iJ1.thcccnter
Thomas and Louis Leiter. The best t j Patrol 3 includes Van Bush, leader, '; .:

reports in reading in this room go to Edwin_ Ward, assistant Junior Jeff- PATRICKS Day, which Polled Asparagus and Sandwich
(
Billy 'Davis, ]ick. Patterson Leonard l 1'1e8, George Bestor'" and James Wynn. -_\ j xv< 7 &tx ,SAINT this month, affords an Relish. SanduhbcA: : T rim'I thet
;'sts:! from thin slices of fresh
Thomas and Julia Oglesby.The !I Patrol 4-E.- B. Bethea, leader, Mon- \ : .. z' unusually excellent, opportunity; to bread and spreadith Sandwich 1l1
j ; plan a party. Of course you will
class average in arithmetic for nie Coleman' assistant. Felix Helven- 1ih.: At ona end of each place
( want to carry out a green:, and!
sixth: grade was 7. Harold Lang andWilliam ston. : ri white' color scheme in 'oul' score :a: small asparagus tip and'roll the

Johnson rated 9. I Patrol 5-Luther Lowe leader, !, ..... .. ,. cards, 'fa\ors decorations and sandwich tin strips! around of it. Decorate with
pickle or pln iento.
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menu. You plan luncheon
SOCIAL NOTES Ralph, O'Neal assistant James Lang. : may a 'l
I I I bread flour party, or an afternoon vcning Molded Saint Patrick's Salad : .
James Winn. By JOSEPHINE B. GIBSON I Crisp. Squarcs'J2. > CUP tablespoons; party:: at which lighter ref eshment 3 1 tatk&poon plain' Eela.ino; '-j cup cold .
The. pupils are busy selling tickets Scout scribe Marvin Altman. Director, ,Home Economics, Dept., sugar: 1 teaspoon salt:

  • for the school play on Friday. Any j II. J. Jleinz Company 2 /cups(Y4 Breakfast cup butter Wheat and; V J,4 cup cup \ceetabls shortening the typo of party, the Saint Pati'ick's few cup drcps Pure green Vinegar colorluz; 1A, \teaspoon\ cup Stuffed salt,

    one who sells 5 worth gets a free SIGHT UNSEEN shortening).' Day theme can bs attractively Srarlsh: Olives; Va '"cup ,cbopred pJ-.eapple,
    I question of what to serve carried out In the !med- 'i cup nutracats.: '/ cup F'osh Cuc'mberPlcWes
    ticket to the ma1 nee. j I Richard, the traveller. "I just got THE 'Sift together the flour, sugar, \ chopped, Mayonnri Salad Dressing -
    \ 'salads offers an almost unlimited salt and ?oda. and add Breakfast served. ; preserved green cherries.
    Marcia Avant went Palm Beachon 1 back from Rome." field for Ingenuity and expciimcnt You will find the following -
    Wheat. .Add these. dry ingredients Sxkeatthe; : in cold) water for
    Tueslay. ", I I Van. "Did you see the dome ot because there are so to shortening that has been melted menus ft and lecipes for various f'vo minutes and:: diasohe in boil-

    Mary: Bush was absent because of I Saint Peter?" many dainty, flavorful foods that in Vfc cup hot water. Allow to types of Saint Patick'a Day entertaining fug \\atcr. Add sugar Pure Vine-

    illness. I Richard. "No, I guess he must have are! appropriate as accompaniments stand until cool, pat about J/l inch successful nioit: helpful In planning. bUr, salt and green coloring. When
    to each typo of salad. And the success thick and cut into squares. Bake a party: pcrtially! set, add Stuffed Spanish
    Mrs., C. McDonald visited 1 had his hat
    us on.
    at. I of any dish, of course. de- un an unsreased cooky sheet in a LUNCHEON GHvcn! ; sliced, chopped pineapple
    chapel Monday morning. j rends largely upon haYing the related .moderately hot ovtn-100 degrees nutI1 -L1ts and Cucumber PIckles,
    The eighth grade agriculture class GIRL SCOUT NEWS foods both as attractive and F.-for fifteen minutes. Serve Cream o/ Pea Sou. cli'i-pcd. Mol'1 'in individual molds

    has been studying dairy cattle. :Monday : appetizing as possible. with vegetable salads. Crisp CVceA.c3Celery aunt! serve in nc-sts! of crisp lettuce
    Hot muffins cheese biscuits and .. Fpanisri Qucr-1 Olives wuh. RIavoiinaiHG: Slnd Dressing
    afternoon they visited the Clew The Girl Scout Toast until Toast Sticks Luncheon Sflkd itfJ/j Chicken
    meeting was held at san; ifvi dies with flavorful piquant Rings : Lcif I ;aa-J) p-eseu'ed grl: l1- chc-:'rics. .
    iston Dairy. Seventh grade accompanied iho school! Fiiflay afternoon. Mrs. filllags ale especially: good with then Toast slices of bread on one side or Tuna r'iWi Filling
    Green
    them. Mrs. Bestor. Mrs. Stewart Koir was in charge. We got in Mrs. ,Ol 0 hearty vegetable, meat' and and spread untoastcd side with .fji.anl1'ocl.; o'7'upcd Biscuit SllfftJ Pepper and
    and Mrs.] f-ok salads. V-'ious: types of grated American cbcuso blended to : Rolled Aspui&gjts c.i'l San zcI'ichllc7ish St::fed Dill! PicUe Salad : green
    Beardsley furnished trans Kerr's car and went to the ridge to p p
    cookies sweet sandwiches and un- a paste with Tomato Ketchup. Rtin2wic7ien per : 3 Ib p.TK:-ntc rheew: 1 email package .
    portation. The trip was most instruc- find t: rood plar-e for a wcinie roast. fostcd'calc: should! bo served with From part of the bread cut rounds: 1'1lec7tio TCP C'4dijL i.')!t1h1t". c!o.'n "hecsc: ; :3 Dillcup

    tire and enjoyable the class inspect- We planned to have the roast on last fruit and dessert salads. Many and then with a smaller cutter, Cup Cah{'9. WHJI, Giccr. L'iosingAFTEThVQO.V ?1 lcke hrll.t: ; h: tu c:; X.Pv.--d:"o.nisJjo: k-vlsrj; Bolad Olives Drcss.S ;-;

    el the reP"i bain, milking barn pastures -: Saturday but it vns: postponed to this r "ople also like ehse o wafers with take: out the centers leaving ringsof Cof1e 1:1g'.
    -- P.rnV" 3J' :'o. i :.-rz, cr ain pli.i-
    nml, milk] ]house. The milk house week: on account of rain. fruit salads bread. From the remaining C1.1.. :-. .:.t ::11 pleased 1 Here are tested recipqs for a slices,. cut lengths of bread about:: PA ?TYZIoldcd r.. -,J -Thf: :1 hh''. I'tl!k', f'I"'It te
    the students most. There We hcll} d'the younger scouts wide v.iety of c1ell-;: EJll foods toaccoupnuy \'A inch vide and 2 or 3 inches Saint PaMcVSslad; wide ena 01 "1..A pn. ._ic, *au remove I.I.C
    eirh nonM had a bottle of through their Tenderfoot and the centc v--: hat; t:'-l*". B1! .* ;. i cr: .u
    ice cold tests Those srars el many Linda: long. Place the rings .f1'fl.l'ck Bio' ;' cL'c.: .;;: *',..' r: ."; t"1r.1; nmlsh. Olv2nd "-,
    milk to drink.FricTav i! nrooIt wore Betty -Spicer, Mary Met C'"csc Toast or' Wafers : !lengths of bread spread with tho Rolled Sanlvt: :.:hes (l.1
    aftarnoonthe high school Wish, Lois Walls, Evelyn Hare. Ar-' /i cup. grated Anerican cheese; 1, t&blcipoon filling under the broiler until the with a 1.."; ,.lt/1 f 're"i ,.')7)1 ) th Airin pc ..: j' 1.of a : ,'wuh--1:a: thinly oi
    f.n it:i perye1 nnj: ,
    India or Pcsh Cucumber Relish.3z : la' netted and s--rvo with ( _
    C:1eE
    punlls .am going to help plant trees. Vlne Jofftles jTV ttr Hooks .Dorothy tnarpoon Prepared Mustairt. ." ? l'i8wchi ) leG (d t'.,.. I p1cle la L.! ie-it-r to represent a lmri-: : ,::11-
    1 two of the toasted sticks stuck{ FrodV Orc/ Cf'es rack. a"d a ::.t:13: of peer fo? a sten ',
    on the highway. ., '. H sro. poVvfa Rpir> r. Mildred Ward,' Mix togcueim: and spre, l on I through each ring. Serve with' Sltar.-11.cd; ,] :i. : f:1 'j'y'f, :',.L:'.. .' C---, .}L.t-; .oC. j :" ")_-ide :Jw";:; !.. .. '{]I.,

    L_ I IRFG I nvth Parser,' and Mae Lily. Stone.. wafers or IOJIRT narrow plcsej: of vegetable, meat or fish salads. I ( ,; Jtt: I I : : l.

    YOUR PARDON.to I! bread. Sprinkle lightly "withpaprika ..r..i:1.;.. riurcrs3 crffs; J cup 5U5ar; I --.. i' 2 ); : ,.:.. ; :."r.." : Use f -i
    I and brown d Peatery in j. i : B': crs fPUri; i tea- ..,
    4 Gieen aZ Dirtf 'i ,I"f ,
    1fl'" '> I Stuffed Perrei : bread cut lengthwise
    to include 1
    aM
    unusual the under bakincr dor 1 Pure: iilncsMe .
    InpIT ) : oven or the lame or the .poon row : tu!) -
    J1Pntn..q : 1 broiler. Servo with : ..t, 1 .CL'P C'-1qJ1; '-'j nb.'ll.' :,. "'.k .': J I' ':: 4.. <:",L t e r bi sir2 \"' !h. cici'n:
    table
    Oir fishor
    porior Through: 'EL .
    an I rH")1: ( :. i.c'! c fi ::11" bkudodivU .
    i.util llci't! i and ftiuTv.Tl.Oa \ :: J.1Ll.od >a.1'-
    : Beat ergs t ;:! 1 :
    0'\"erFfrol1t !! SUn.. CR: rHr: Frn Tp-r:. meat tal;!ids. .
    o"e oP th" rc ,'
    r t '
    flvenfo: ". t. .il, k:1"1 CSS7K I:1': iiv. I : of:i bread
    l'nw.ll FAlt to- ;
    .ud i
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    \ 'ga ) :
    "'...q n.l"o'kPI1. TTVrTI JTn\ mlt1: :: THE: ClEWISTON NEWS Denied Tviiiic! r'! ...TVor....., : I g'l!hT iho \"c' : end h.iki: 2r ponder I :..1.:." ... :af}. ; ,, .ttc.; y: :fi-i : : :' : -> 1 \ > .: ;,] '. ; ,.. ::l'-il RoliBh.;

    rn E fn li'cfr-rv nvelyn please excuse PHONE 239: TT" f ers or 1 s'-'i'l lljm; r'4 ijiiw.ived" lo wcetCherVlns '"1''" ai:u add to Hi j e;;g cuxture. Poll { e." I (',. ,'; i Ii !M 1" t t1 I Il) .r i :- :,< ,) ;. rul an-

    V-. ...." ..1n tO1' ".... ,.Jr-n..{ ft ir ft 111"1nnnF I I fineciiop: r.>d: raitToi : > in Minco MC'Jt\ and nulriaate\ BiK : I u ..JtL.l.- ... .. OA ct*!:*.u .thcc: e and
    : r0':11n.! : rt bread on one side, and in a shallow greased pan at 30"25 Luncheon Leaf Salad : t'r r>- -h : "- o'i '- 4!]' and
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    \ ------ -- ------ salad cut thice rings of .*;.iJ I } j l--, '- : t--'" "' Je11' l- '
    spread tongue mixture on uu- ? degreps F for'about trlrty min I pEer : !- :'I'!:; o: : ( <'.I.t
    ., : -on*" "WlifororwHl"] bv Vrraeda IIo\ toasted side aft 'r snreatfJng with utes. Coca, cut in narrow strips I Ir" place In shn. nioc'v_ .': *' l h .w :)u ..e ('ri 'i, II ;,." .' ,' 'i IF' ''I"i >-;d'I oi! ,.( ;ndH. .,.
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    1\f'f- '- '.1'1'\.1 ; .'c \\Q"r f
    rrcr'iw'r: ('0"1 \r". ( '1'r,1"1] "!'-'T-V! '::nd, jmmy EotlK. Maynn1lic i S-vrd i Dl'c<{s ng. Cut 2 h1'b1"- :nd roll i'i i : ;- i: N- ;
    rl ,- ,., : e' ,' stt : i i.1'.l'I' j '\ ... .. .: 1
    t* I'L' i Th in trinnarlps or fln''er l lengths and pow ,'retl 'Nt': The'& 8 de- p ;}!>cv! rs a : 11 "
    '1.1 i ,
    P'nvlet called v save: a ::- VviL: =, Hanson as Especially well 1 Eerve v.iL'i! Y'C'j",'! > r"*- t"-' ds. )Urious with fruit salad. II Fill the popper lings vt'i! .,; .a ,-.... f-'t.1: I :,," n\\ .. ', .', ': ,;.
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    PAGE FOUR t CLEW1S1ON NEWS. CLEW1S1ON. FLORIDA FRIDAY, MARCH 20,. 1931
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    THE CLEWISTON NEWS will never progress and those who RURAL COMMON SENSE ods, Florida cows could produce an I tremendous savings In the aggregate.To J

    "lap the log" will soon be in such a By Spuds Johnson average of 6,200 pounds or nearly 800 get this increased' production it

    Published Friday at position that they will bo worse than gallons of milk" In a year. Less than .. '.
    ... every slaves. This is a free country and every INCREASED PRODUCTIONPER half the number of cows now kept will be necessary to get better cows ",SUBSCRIBE FOR I
    Cle\vlston, Florida.
    man has a right to express his UNIT IS NEEDEDON would thus produce the same amountof .
    better
    ,and feed them better, to get .
    LOUIS A. MORGAN .... Publisher I opinion, if he is honest and straight, FARMS OF FLORIDA milk. : NEW'lL
    his rights are the same as any other The average Florida hen lays 53 hens and give them better care and CLEWISTON .!

    Entered at the Postoffice at Clew-I man in this country and he has the Farmers have been told over and In .: .. '- I
    eggs a year. The average produc- and
    iston, Florida, second class matter. feeding, to get 'better crop seed .
    as same right to have a voice in his "..
    I over that they need to increase production tion should be at least 150 eggs ayear. PHONE 339 .
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    SUBSCRIPTION RATES government as any other man, in the .. per unit-per acre. per cow. If it costs $2.75 a year to' keep use better methods of culture. All of

    One Year .......................................,. ?2.50 :| city or: should county.seek His advice county: and comnnssioneis counsel -- :I por hen, etc. However, few have i I a hen, one can easily see that a tremendous -j these, lilmgs.take, ,time, but they are I I

    Six: Months .............................,...... 1.50 I in all matters. He represents the i I stopped ,to figure the savings in expense 'saving would be effected If ;! well worth it. I !

    Three Months ................................ .75 i not himself. that are possible with increased the higher production were obtained'
    people one man or I
    I production per unit. I
    and fewer hens were kept. I
    ADVERTISING RATES The Unitod States Department of
    WJ! m
    Forty-five cents per inch. No discount FLORIDA IS ASSURED Agriculture estimates that it costs There are 700,000 acres grown to :
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    In
    corn Florida. The average production .
    for plates. No special position about $90 a head to keep cows. The .
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    for five, years has been 14 bushels .. Notes From
    guaranteed. An'advertising copy I, average Florida milk cow produces .
    ; VETERANS HOME per acre. That gives 9.800,000 I
    must be in this office on Wednesday I 2631 pounds of milk in a year. It is
    bushels a year. It is estimated that | KERMAN RESORT FASHIONS
    before Issue of paper. conservatively estimated that with I i ,
    SAYS HERBERT DANN better cows and better feeding meth- the average production per acre could
    if you'repin really smart sign on the dotted line
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    Have you subscribed to the Clewis- } brought up to 20 bushels. In that

    ton News?,1C have not just notify I: erans', Bureau Statistical Division case it'would require only 4 0,000
    you and
    little suits
    one of the young ladies in the News Senator. Fletcher. Has shows that the number of Disabled acres to produce 0.800.000 bushels of dots, polka dots, star dots, .

    contest and they will be glad to call j I Worked Hard To Bring I'I Veterans in FloiIHa has increeasedmore corn. The expense' of cultivating 210, '" frocks of silk for twn and sports. Chif-
    on you. than ItfO per cent since June I 000 acres would be saved. crepe

    I Soldiers Home To Fla. 1925. This is an indication that increased There are 700.000'acres grown to 4, fons for tea and informal evenings. I It is a spring '.

    Where will the Chevrolet go, La-I I home facilities will be le- cotton with an average yield of 101 dots!
    down
    fashion
    edict-get to
    Belle or Clewiston? A friendly spirit I JACKSONVILLE. Bringing with quired. pounds of lint per acre. The average I

    of rivalry has developed between the them from Washington definite assurances "Cities or towns having sites to of- yield could be increased 175 pounds. Sizes 16 to 44

    contestants. This is one oC the. most I that construction of the first fer, and which have not already doneso ,
    per acre, and this '
    would : .
    essential parts in the development of 900000.00 unit of the Florida Branch should submit their proposals by save the expense ::>. '

    any comunity and when community I Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers special delivery mail to Col. John J. of growing 43,000 acres to pro ").lil; ., $l5to$25
    I duce the :
    pride takes a hand in anything that will be commenced within the year, Phelan, Care M. Bryson, District same amount of cotton. : .
    .
    is in progress, both of the ,communities I and that the Home will be enlarged Manager, U. S. Veterans' Bureau,j. And so it is with a large number ot' '0, .': fj... ..

    are bound to grow. It will help to from time to time as conditions Jacksonville, Florfla," stated Chairman 'I'the crops and livestock raised in .' '. : r

    make a bigger and better Hendry : mand, Herman Dann, Chairman, de-I Dann. "To .be, elegible for con Florida. The production per unit is .. "..... I Yf.

    county. Col.! Charles A. Mills, Veterans' Director sideiation, sites must be of .a mini- low, and should be increased. ,This in- 1ft
    ldo ,
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    creased production would result .
    inconsiderable
    Florida State Committee
    on .
    mum of two'hundred
    acres. '
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    We are proud of the fact that so Soldiers' Hohe, reached Florida today .saving to individuals and 1 1I j I .j' -P. .

    many people are interested in reading after conferring with government of- Ifi

    the News each week. We hope ficials. -====::::::: ==-:-=- -=::-: = =:: : =: > : I
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    that as time passes we may bring Conferences were had with Senator r11h ;

    the county just a little closer to Duncan U Fletcher, General FrankT.

    gether. Hines. Administrator U. S. Vet

    erans' Bureau, Col. George Jjams,

    If we can accomplish this purpose Director Veterans' Bureau; Col. ., hq,
    our efforts will not be worthless. I Wadsworth, Surgeon General HughS. '
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    When its for Hendry county and its Cumming, members of the Federal : I
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    development it should be for all of us. Board of Hospitalization; Col. A. D. ,:,' ,

    I Hiller, Assistant to Administrator, v

    We might not have the largest. Col. H. A.. Tripp, Director Construction 1 -
    " county in the state but we can have Division
    of Veterans' Bureau, t'q
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    the best the state. The old L '
    county in '
    Major William Wolf Smith, General Pure Guernsey Milk \ r
    saying, :"Good things in small
    : come Counsel of U. S. Veterans' Bureau, !

    .' packages." I!I Hon. W. Frank James, Chairman*I horn the u I :

    Ho"se Committee on Military
    With LaBelle as the count seat, Fel- Hon. Robert Simmons, Affairs"j I Iti : ,
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    .:.:' ;. da as the trucking center, Clewiston A
    " .', I Committee on CLEWISTON :
    : as the Sugar Bowl, Sears as the Sawmill DAIRY COMPANY V
    '" l John Thomas Taylor, Vice Chairman ,
    . Center, Fort Denaud as the Citrus
    T' Legislative Committee, and Capt. '
    ,
    '.' Center, Hendry county is well '
    Watson B. lliller'Cliairman Rehabili- 1; Sugarland Highway Phone 333 ,

    ;'. : represented with Florida products. I IF' I tation Committee of the American =- = I

    .-. We all have something to be proud Legion.
    I
    t<:. .. of if we would just take time to look: :
    : I The Bureau has sent Col. John J. i ,
    v,; : -:' around and .see what our neighbor is
    -< I Phelan, engineer connected with the .Greater and. final>< Reductions on all
    doing. '
    y. construction division of the Veterans' See t
    : I America's v
    -- Sugar Bowl from the
    Bureau, to inspect the sites offeredin .. air in a
    ':'J This, is just the kind of weather

    ..' .: ._ that. makes the tourist want 'to stay Mississippi and Florida. As near V luxurious i" cabin plan. P-f'
    as can be learned Col. Phelan will .

    -.' .., in Florida II IIt complete his Mississippi inspectionsabout '. $2.50 ,PER PASSENGER 1 I

    March 2nd and then proceed 'L I
    f .'No: this is not unsual Just June : I
    to Florida.
    weather in Clewiston. / CLEWISTON AIRPORTr
    i.' Information is that Colonel Phelan i; tA ? f

    D:: .: '.' In the North they have'hay making will not conduct any hearings, but j SATURDAY & SUNDAY 'V. ,. ;r j u
    will proceed to personally visit and I
    : ;:::. time-In Clewiston its sugar making .
    :;.'::" ', time now. I. inspect sites that have been offered. i 327 Clematis St.

    W : "J. and which meet with, the Bureau's' i ,I

    ; :.'; ,, 30,000,000 pounds of sugar from general requIrements.Sites I"

    F.;.:. ... Hendry county. Florida. Does that being offered must have the t -

    '. .:...- '. sound natural? I IF following qualifications: f < cis Yti
    .( __ Must be on one main line railroad, f
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    ., IMMOKALEE FREEDOM I preferably two, and have 'benefits of r -
    trunk line highway with bus trans- I --
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    :. Approximately one hundred and fifty portation.It i' "
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    '.i: '-- citizens of Immokaleo, which is located must be within five miles of''
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    J. .r. just south of the Hendry: county cities of five thousand population or j i :."

    line in Collier county, are asking ten miles of city of ten thousand or I IW LOWEST.. : : WE

    :' :y. for the privilege of casting their own over. 1 11 I :
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    :.;,. voles to see if a majority of the people i Public utilities must be available ''j@ PRICES. o ;, : MUST

    in that community do not wish to Center of Veterans' population In I

    .- become a part of Hendry count). Florida will have considerable mflu- j@j EVER : RAISE

    V ."'-' If we understand the situation correctly ence' in location to be selected. ,' j[i& DEPT.. STORES INC. -.'t). :.'

    ,: Collier county is owned. bond I Out of the ninety-six sites offered j 1. OFFERED CASH .
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    ed and operated by the Collier interest it is known that approximately thir- J .

    : Mr. Average Citizen has nothing ty-six will be considered the balance I fiHJ '. -
    306 Clematis 1 1 1 II 1 So. Olive -
    to say regarding the laws governing having been eliminated by the Federal ; | -

    r ='; the county. The Immokalee section I Board for lack of meeting the r,en- j i ell : :. I.

    .' : V has one member on the board of county eral requirements. ". j I j b""",4 I .._',_f.I ... ,
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    ' --V commissioners. Of course his vote I. "Sites not meeting specifications .I I@J- ;':.' ..

    does not amount to anything and the will be so notified." stated General i''-1'0 ... '
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    wishes of his people are not given Hines in discussing the matter with '. ". 1 T* .

    any consideration if the other members Chairman Dann and Col Mills. : 138SJ f. ik i\TD F ,

    '-. of the board do not wish to listen Afer Col. Phelan completes his in- I@] ;". .I JL C!$ t SEASON '

    V to the commissioner from that. specicn of sites offered, he will make :'I U&J. .' ':

    section. j his report to General Hines and the : |I[ : ''-..'-. ._ ,'"
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    The residents of Immokalee are Federal Board; if several sites are'' j

    ',; what is termed in Florida "Old Set- (j j recommended it is probable that a I

    tiers" they are used' to freedom and i second inspection will be made by a I I : .r1fl-A.l A k

    the handling of their own affairs. ;' sub-committee of the Board or ny TL iILE

    M,.,, WLat a majority oC the people want General Hines. "In no event, how v- ] -. --- .+.. .. JL :h.l : s
    1
    er, will further hearings be granted lhrral .
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    always' ...'. ,;
    by the Fedaral Board to individuals; I Ij I, i

    a.l: they will be independent. j I or communities offering sites." said | ..
    1 STARTING THIS MORNING CONTINUING
    To be placed In a county where General Hines. j _J J, ". AND FOR 10 DAYS

    they have no voice in their goY rn.1 "Buildings will be so constni'ted," j[ -"- _. .V' V

    ment and are bonded regardless or I stated Col. Tripp, 'that they will per- | a '
    .PSI-IOPAT.FEIN'S
    their votes, the : others mit easy expansion for
    .' county run as necessary ad-.i
    ! see fit. has caused this dissatisfaction I I ditions It Is now contemplated the i,I :Ik'im' I DURING THIS SALE-By; : so you SAVE on every purchase. JV

    among its citizens; They are askIng j! style of architecture will be of Spanish : : ,|--_,I The prices offered are the LOWEST in years. You know this store for its fine quality &' ,
    the ,people .of Florida for the opnoiturUv i, design to lend Itself to Florida.I I for its merChe.ndise -<
    Cr : {o lid themselves of this atmosphere," he added. "My program | super values-and now-we offer every article in the store at a drastic price *

    r : burden and i If this is true we cannot( contemplates an early start on the :' r I red-tICn. Hundreds of dollars of NEW MERCHANDISE I i I has been added to our stock m

    J' : see any"reason why they should not Florida ;Home. While it may not ho i j !5mailing selections complete ,
    m In department. -
    : express their voice in the. matter. I the first it certainly will not be the I every .

    As far as being added to Hendry i last to be started," ho concluded. r@j] Mer h 'ndIsF offered consists of DRESSES, COATS PIECE GOODS, MILLINERY, UNE Z''

    county, we would be willing for them : The Bureau expects to ask for pubS [ jDERWEAR. SHOES HOSIERY CHILDREN'S WEAR :
    HANDBAGS
    I SHEETS and
    to he added to Dade, Lee or any oth- j 1>> bids on the construction of the [ fir

    er county it the people of this section Home as soon as the architectural j' [I PILLOW. CASES, LINEN SETS and HUNDREDS of other I ITEMS not mentioned here.

    .' are being imposed upon by a one man plans are completed. Architectural fj r:
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    , 1 count Of course, this is the only and engineering work will be done r i4':: '.itt.v'.Tir": ,... i'" .., ...: ;.,:;."T';': i m.
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    , :, case of this kind In the state of Flor- by the Bureau's Construction '
    :' ida. But any, community that is run, rnent Depart- i' I r?;I THE GPEATESE SALE OF THE SEA ON-BUY MOW AND SAVE!


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    : : tending. outside and tEe entertainment pro- . 1

    .._, Various communities of South Florida grams will be staged here. .... j i A pr! ,i Ii
    .. .. c2f07/ '. : will bo honored dining the. fine All of the many attractions will be F> N ;'Jt' r
    ,l.C1# I '--" -"..! ...o;. 'fl rI
    l J : ',,: :' : '. ( ,. ;} (las:; .the far i 1-j in progress. Wednesday I I centered around the big hurricane I
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    '\ lJ the opening day, will) be all Everjladeo .I I proof h"ll of the. Legion which was ( I '
    '. ( R'l MrS. GEORGE L. POOLE
    ' ; :" Mrs L. A. Morgan, J J".. Phone: 369 '; : Day and the program of entertainment completed last year and which repre- I I0

    ?. ------ -- '. will be in honor of sents an investment of more than _..-:-.,.--_=, ._____ -.- -':_-:.-_-:.-__.' .-.:.=-=,=--' --- --'-'-_----.._-'--_.

    .4 '. Glades vlsitois. Thursday: will be. MI- $ OOO: The hall, one of the finest
    Miss Janet Kerr left Monday foi r Iis. Tielby Musyiave returnee aiiij Lay and a motorcade from tho ,. buildings In the Upper Glades; is -';r. B. 0 rtuMns of thj' State toad I .i rc1 largo attendance.

    l< short vise< lacteak from Indiana where she Department v'sucd! his wife in Tampaover Mark Po'ole'and Rob Kctring of
    lJ Bristol, Tcnn, after a : rtasrio. City is being) planned for this used as a community center and hasa I

    J with Mr.. and Mrs. E. J. Kerr. has been for the past tovpial:: months 'lav. FrIday will be Lake Worth DS.J: dance floor second to none in, the the vee'cend.Mr. .. Washington, D. C., enjoyed a day's

    !! Mis. Lewis\ Lane ,of Peilo. Ill, Is sguest : Lotus"Thomas of Felda was a' ilahii:;g: at LaVe Tratford Sunday.Ta .
    advices from offi- county.
    and, according to
    .i' Mr. and Mrs. Rotiv, Mr. and Mrs: of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Allhands business :,01 i it. aiiellc :Saturday; I
    i dials of this community, residents t o!:!
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    Mrs. Lawrence and Jim Williams
    assessor Reeves and Marvin
    and this week.
    E. C. ]Palmer, Mis. Maxie Griggs the lakeside resort will attend the I SOIL FOR POTTED PLANTS I
    J' of j and Mrs. A. J, Jenks motored to Fort Taylor ere ftnsiness visitors in Clew-
    "i Mr. and Mis. ,R..ex Johnson It'or.t fair in force. Saturday has been i -- I I
    Mjers Saturday for a day's shopping.Mrs. Ifeton Tuesday.
    (I } Mr. and tMrs. Tom Shelley wert
    Clewistor
    Meade were visitors to All States Day In honor of .. ':.
    designated I II Gri1' 3VIT L? F'ru: -The !()IIO\V- ; '
    of friends in Tampa over the : J. C. Riley spent theweekend
    Sunday. guests winter visitors and residents In South method soil for
    ;'t of obtaining good use
    \\eekend. I in LaBellq; attending to business. R. M. Dupree of Bragman, N, c.,
    :Florida from all sections of the .., In potting plants is suggested J by I Miss Katherine Deam of Clewiston and Mrs. Bill Collins of Okkeechobee
    Sam Hooks and Tom Hooks oi United States. Sunday will be Palm Harold Mowry. associate horticulturist I
    Miami : Is the hoao!. guest! of :Mis. Annette are visiting their mother, Mrs. Bessie -
    Amerlcus, Ga., are visiting Mr. and I Claude Downs motored to { 'ooch Day when a grand finale of entertainment i at the Florida Experiment Station. |
    : [ pelaney,;: this week. Fralsier{! and sister' Mrs. Bill Stal-
    way on !
    I' to be several days "
    Hooks. Sunday
    Mrs. W. W. will be staged in cou esy First schoop some ordinary flat-
    up Mr. Leland Crews. Miss Mildred '
    this
    Hugs
    .. I i week
    0' bvihlness. I :- I tn visitors from the two resort ies. woods sod and pile it grass-side I, '
    Rhodes and Miss Anne Picsnsll
    motored -
    Mrs. C. C. Klutz and Mrs. Neely ot I'' Music for the big celebration will ;.I down then place on this. a layer of J! !
    to Naples; Sunday. | :Mr, Hawkins
    and Mr. MInter of At-
    idf'l l Moore Haven were guests ot.Irs. E. Mr. and Mrs.!: W. 'C. Prewltt were i be provided by three excellent musical stable manner another layer of sod,
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    Captain Livin I ton. E. L. Ro It llanta
    eis. in
    are LaBelle on business for
    in .
    L: Stewart Tuesday afternoon._ guests{: of Mrs. Prewltt'-s parents aggregations Palm Beach and so on 1 the desired height ::8
    hunt
    veek-ond. T. Collins and Dr. Cox spent WednesdaY a few days. .,
    : fort Meade over the I' Times Band, Ole Lake Worth Band, leached. After. a few weeks the ,pile'
    .find Thursday in Tallahassee at-
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    Mr. and Mrs. T. V. Watson and ,r and the Tractor Drivers Band. should be thoroughly mixed, and it :is

    19 Mr. and Mrs W. C. Owen spent Sat Mr. and" His. Eugene Powers mo- Another interesting division of the then ready for use In potting plants. tending court there. j jMn I Mr. and Mrs. Whidden of Fort My

    ,and Mrs. Crews of Tuscawilla ers visited their daughter, 'Mrs. Margaret -
    urday in West Palm Beach shopping. bored to West .Palle Beach Friday. I.fair will be that devoted to industrial '
    .
    Lodge. shopped in Fort Myers Satur Mackel vine Sunday. "'
    exhibits. Leading, industries of South
    !
    Mr, and Mrs. Jack Stolls and children Among those attending the flower | Florida will be represented in these dayMr. ; .

    of Pahokee were guests of Mr. show of the Upper Glades Farm and displays.. I and Mrs. Jamese Wealherbee :\11'. and Mrs. Mark Luckey have

    held at Belle Glade last of Sears.'jvere in LaBelle 1 Saturday. i moved to their w'1 oine Luckey's
    Club
    Garden Il
    ..I.IS and' Mrs. J. K. Baker Wednesday. Glades communities which already ,
    .Ii i c Saturday !and Sunday were Mr. and II III Capt. B. H. Dickens, Mr. and Mrs. : subdivision.
    made arrangements for agricultural ,
    have .
    I Jenks and children motored to Clow-
    :: Dr. and Mis. W. T. Bailey spent Mis. H. R.. Hall, Air. and Mrs. Leydig;, exhibits include Moore Haven,

    Tuesday in West Palm Beach on I Miss. Marion Leydig, Mrs. Leah Spl- I I Clewiston. South Bay, Okeechobee I iston Sunday.Mr. ; I Mr. Kirby Thompson. and Miss Myrtis -
    ..: P i and Mrs. S. 'A. Douglas fished } Williams motored to Clewistou
    AIr '{" business.j"l car, Mrs. F. M. Wright, Mrs. W. C. City Belle Glade, Pahokee, Canal 0 A apft. picnicked at Pollywog Creek Sunday.

    1 ; I Owen. Mrs. T. V4(Watson, Mr. ,and Point and Port Mayaca. .These exhibits CC
    :'j pIo .day., They, report a good
    very Mr. W. H. Poole and Dan Graham
    ,,'./, 0. D. Moore.. motored. to West. Palm. Vrs. H. A. Land Mr. and, Mrs. E. will include vegetables, flowers, .
    I ,.. 0 w time and ,,plenty of fish., i motored to Belle 9lade.and CJe 'lis-
    Beach Thursday.Mrs. L, Stewart! 1rBI.. ,II. Gibson, Mrs.F. canned and preserved products poultry -'
    .. I E ,Bill Scaggs of Tampa was. in La ton Friday. '
    '- Deane Duff, Mr. and :Mrs. Jess All- and live stock. ,
    ; Bello' Tuesday on business. I.
    : ; Lewis'' Lane left Tuesday for Jiancls. Mrs. Lewis Lane, Mr. and Mrs; Looking Id the comfort and 0 MPAI H' Mrs. B. L Rogers Mrs. Annette Mr. and Mrs. Howard) of Delray
    I Pleas-I' ;
    West Palm Beach after a short visit 'Roy'-Green, TSIrs. R. Y. Patterson, ure of fair' guests, the Delaney' and son, Scotty,. motored to Beach have taken an apartment at

    with Mrs. J. G: Allhands. She will' 'Mrs.. ,v.. C. Hooker, Mr. and Mrs. H. sion alpo l will operate a restaurant: on decision Thursday. 'Miss Katherine the Tuscawilla Lodge.
    'j .to her home in Peoria.. Ill;;. ( constructinga i :Mr. E. E. Edwards of, the Everett
    return Mr is
    Marcia Avant. fair and
    ...: C.:;Avant, Miss the : : grounds I Dcam, accompanied them }home for a 0
    week. 'V: Me house Its cafe. Hotel motored to Immokalee Satur
    to
    next B. special
    ::: ; ''. and 'Mrs. Carl Berner, Mrs. G. building I week's visit.. I
    -
    '
    .. ;Duffle. Mr. E; E. Kelly and CampbeHNail. day.
    ,
    .
    Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Collins and I'i
    7 Members. of the Clewistou Garden, = = : : : : = =---- I Captain and Mrs. Livingston and
    = = :: : =
    :
    ;! {,.: ::: :: : : : :: = = :: : : : children and, Mrs. Margaret Mackel- ', .
    Club motored- Belle Glade .Thurs.day I II sons. Dick and Tom, spent Sunday
    -----
    : : vino shopped in Fort Myers Friday. !,
    afternoon at which time. the,prize Lester: Von Greichen is recovering; I PALM BAKERY with Mr. and Mrs. R. T Collins.Dr. .
    yc Mrs. Douglas Thompson, 1lrs.Geo.. |
    awards 'were, given .for the flower..'after: undergoing an operation at the and Mrs. Harrow and clauhterDelia
    I Poole.and. 'Mjss Glenn Rudd were in
    '
    show held there last week ': 'hospital in West Palm 'BeacTT.Mrs. Clewiston Tuesday on business. | have moved in: the Mark Poolo

    . -- ---- home on Main street.
    : :
    ;
    Patronize home industries. Captain B.. H. Dickens returned to '
    your .
    : Carl Bern Mrs. Milton I. O. L Jeffries entertained at J B & B
    ; A !"D. rp : ) his home in Tallahassee Saturday.Mrs. I Mrs. C. D. Beaver of the

    Crouch] Mis. Dick Green, :Mrs. Barney a party at her home Thursday afternoon I < !I Grocery Co. was in LaBelle Thursday
    I .
    j I Carl E. Royer and son. King
    )
    Thomas, and Mrs Fred Maxwell honoring her daughter, Ardiue, J. BRANTLEY & SON J I motored .to Frpstproof Friday for the attending to business. .

    motored, to. :West Palm Beach on her tenth birthday anniversary. ( week-end. j Mr.. Leland Crews and Miss Mildred

    .:' day. on a. shopping',. trIp. 'I'hurS"1 Guest included Roberta Spicer, El- --- -- _.==:.-._ ,-- -=:= : := = ::. Sheriff: Hancock. Louis Morgan and V Rhodes motored, to Clewiston Thurs

    .' -' va Alston, ,Bernice O'Neal l, Willie V. '
    Troy Puryear were .in LaBelle Tuesday day.Mr.
    Air and Mrs' W. C. Hookei4 spent H okerr' orotliy :Hare,,, Betty Hooks, [ on business. | Carl E. Royer and little daughter

    Thursday; : it, West Palm Beach. I I Martha Nell Alston, Edna Hightower. .educe- Your Meat Bills Mr, Blitz Weggmpn is spending the Patsy, and Miss Ethel Enfinger

    ,'. Bernice Guthrie, Ruth, Parker; Louis J.< wnok-end in Tampa. attended the show in Fort MyersSunday.

    Bob Hancock, Troy Puryear and Beardsley, Dan .
    : : ? Morgan, Jr., Jimm e Alex Hobson of Cleveland, Fla., wasa

    1b1 'r' Louis :Morgan motored to West palm : Beardsley, Conrad. Clark, Walker With These Savory Foods business visitor in LaBelle Monday i I Fred Kirtland spent the week in St.

    } : Beach Fridy on business. .. Jeffries, and
    :'f I Fears, LeRoy Hare, JImmie Solon ,B. Crews, county commissioner ; Petersburg Tampa .
    :: r Bobby Pa.ttersonH.. Houze, Fran Mr. J. B. Hendryof Tampa is
    ; of district number three, pur-
    ?' : Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Baker were visitors I cis Wright and Owen Wynn. Refresh- I spending a few days at his ranch
    .3" phase ci al 1 new Chrysler Sedan in Fort
    J to Bell. Glade Sunday after. and cake were II LaBelle
    :". ,, ments of ice cream Mvprs last week.Afrs. I near
    f, ,';0: noon. served. I t JI Mrs. B. L.,Dulaney motored to Fort
    I I + J. C\ Riley,. Mrs Annette De-I
    t 1It1 Myers! Saturday. ,
    inner Mrs. Vivian Howard and
    Mr. and Mrs '''L. N. Smith and The recrulameeting! of the Ladies t4vlJ : Miss ,Ola .Yates of LaBello *3 visiting -
    fr I ( \b.'I Katherine Deam were in Fort Myers: I
    daughter, Nancy, spent the week-end Aid Society will meet at the com- her mother ?t Tasmania for a

    .. in ,Avon Park visiting relatives.Mr. I: ivnnity church Thursday, April 2, 1& < Friday on business. I week.Mr.]:.
    Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Thompson
    I Io The subject of the evening programgirl and Mrs. .Brewer gave a dance

    and Mrs E. M. Archibald. Miss\ :I be India continued by Mrs\ T. V. and son,; Jr., Mr. and Mrs. George at their home for the young folks

    I Catherine Burges oC West Palm Watson. A ieac"nj! lite, Its Meaning Poole, Miss Myrtis Williams and Mr. Wednesday night. Plenty of good mu-

    Beach and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene ; and Use in India will be given. The Kirby Thompson; picnicked at Clay sic and dancing was enjoyed.

    Powers were Sinner guests of Mr. hostesses will be Mrs.!? '''J. G. Allhands '1ttoK1f V Marsh Sundays John Dyers made a business trip to

    J and Mrs. H. A. Bestor Sunday. II nivl Mrs. Geo Leydig. The mite boxes Funeral services for the three'ear-'I Tort Myers Tuesdav.

    I will be taken up at this meeting. old son of Mr. and Mrs. I n. L. Caraway of the Felda farm-

    Miss Ula Jacobson accompanied by were held at the Ortona cemetery ins' section rasa business visitor in

    her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Jacobson I The members! of the Willing Work- -I I i Friday. Lawrence A. Powell had LnBelle Monday.

    of Moore. Haven motored to ers Class entertained at a Silver Tea charge of the body. Bob Hancock and Troy Puryear

    Belle Glade Sunday: to' attend the r it the home of Dr. and Mrs. W. T. I The senion play "Beads on a were in LaBelle' Thursday.Ohsrles .
    r
    flower show. Bailey, Friday afternoon. Refresh- II Stl' ng" was presented at the high Beaver of Arcadia was In

    1 r mnts consisting of sandwiches, cake school auditorium Friday night with L Den* Monday.
    John Bolton of Shawano was a I
    and tea were served. Thirty guests
    1I visitor to Clewiston Sunday. I .
    called during the evening.
    I I --- ... __ ,. JiD- ;; ':" r

    Louis Weatherinfjton: of Moore Haven i i GIBSON tablespoons of water and bake ina
    B.
    I Mrs .W. .S. Han el won high score By JOSEPHINE ..
    { was in Clewiston Monday on Director, Home Economics Dept., moderate oven ,until the peppersare .
    business. for, l bridge, and Mrs. M. W.. Bigg sec- H. J. Helm Company tender and the crumbs nicoly

    i on-1 high Wednesday 'afternoon when -' br Qwned. = =- ',

    ii i Mrs. J. K. Mowry, Jr., entertained often the woman who must Salmon. Rolls with Tomato and
    Mr.. Max Avant of Charleston, S. C., VERY
    members of tfie Social Club at her meals for her family, Olive ..Unites-: 1 pound can of sal"
    I is visiting Mr. and Mrs H. C. Avant. feels that non; i s cup Crack8rcrumbs '." ".. "' .. ,
    I I home. A delicious salad course and week in and week out. ; 2 teaspoons Prepared: Mustard; "
    ,r ,, she should substitute other foods 3,4 teaspoon onion Juice; A teaspoon salt;
    cake was served to members and visitors ,.. .
    '
    in order to 1 egg slightly beaten. .,: ... '-
    Mr. and Mrs E. W. Kerr and Miss for meat occasionally, :, :o.: .
    \ :; present. Guests included Mesdames keep within her table budget. To tho salmon and cracker
    : Janet Kerr of Moron, Cuba, arrived .
    I M.\ W. Bicg, W. S. Harvell, D. Beans, cheese and eggs all are crumbs add Prepared Mustard, "
    t lost week and are guests of Mr.\ and Not onion juico, salt and egg. Form .
    i G. .Iston, E. L. Stewart, J. R. Alston, excellent meat substitutes.
    Mis. E. J. Kerr. I G. Allhands, W. C only are these foods cheaper than Into patties or cylinder shaped
    1 1J 1S Roy Green J. rich in proteinan rolls and Lrown in a skillet with
    meat, but being as I .
    I Hooker, Louis Morgan, T. E. Goiter meat itself, they are sufficientlynourilhing several tablespoons butter. When A HOME AWAY FROM HOME.TRY

    man and J.- K. Mowry sr. and satisfying to serve delicately brown and crisp, place
    I as the main_ dish oi a_ meatless; ; on a hot platter garnish with
    i Ii parsley, and $erve with hot Tomato

    r i GLADES FAiR WILL meal.Below I have listed several splen- and Olive Sauce. To make the OUR SUNDAY DINNERS '

    did recipes that are all so good sauce, melt 2 tablespoons butter,

    family will ask to have them blend with 2 tablespoons flour, and ,
    t your
    I V ( ATTRACT HJNDREDSTO { served often-and no one but the add % cup water mixed with U

    cook will realize how inexpensivethey : cup Tomato Ketchup. Stir until

    are! thickened, and just before serving
    r I LAKE SECTION add Vi cup Stuffed Spanish Olives,
    with/ Vcqctallcs :
    Cheese Ring I hotel that
    sliced.} and board at our
    4 tablespoons butter; 4 talilespoors Gour;: You can get a room
    r tI.
    is THE'MOTTO' OF Miami, Lake Worth And Chill silently'A teaspoon Sauce beaten; 1 salt teaspoon erg; 1 yolks cup Prepared;grated. 4 stiffly cheese Mustard beaten; 4; 2 Worcestershire 3! cups tablespoons mill; salt butter Sauce and;; 4 4 pepper hard trblespoons;cc.oked:1 teaspoon flour eggs;; i will make yoti. feel at home.CLEWISTON'S .


    ) Palm Beach To Have egg whites. Va! cup Stuttcd Spanish Olives, cut in' V .. '. .
    Melt butter in a saucepan, add slices ..'. "
    THE CLEWISTON Special D flour and stir until smooth. Gradu- Melt butter in a saucepan, add "

    ayS. ally add milk and cook until thick flour, and stir until well blended. ; 'V

    nrrr ened. Add Tomato Ketchup or Next add milk and stir until thick.

    LAUNDRY CO. Three bands, four. dally programs Chill Sauce, Prepared Mustard and Season with salt, peppor, and k

    v of entertainment automobile show salt and cook until creamy. Then Worcestershire! Sauce.: Add eggs
    an
    '
    add cheese and stir until melted, cut in slices and sliced stuffed
    VIe win the blue ribbon for cleanliness I' ami elaborate of fruits, HOTELrsry
    ". J displays and pour over the egg yolte. Mix:: Spanish Olives. Pour Into a but- POPULAR

    flowers,' vegctablsa: and poultry are well and fold In the egg wh'te! tered baking! dish, cover with but.tered .1 '.
    1 : and sanitation. Here find I
    I you'll just a few of the many attractions Pour into a buttered ring mold or .crumbs, and brown In a hot Va l

    if:'" the, highest class of laundry work Hint, w'll he offered during the Ever-i I baking dish and Bet in a pan of oven.Meatless. V
    hot water. Bake in a Moderato: Meat' Picsta.J's .. n1dium: me
    Blades Fair that op"iis in Belle Glade i oven from 35 to 40 mHut' until potatoes ; 4
    that money can buy because we ex- session I : c-lery; : ,1 r-7-1; r*r->-r: ? !redum : 1 If '" r r .
    April> 1 for a fi"e' day firm. Turn out find fill with: buttered : \
    : rl f on'ciio' : ft mod:a:>> sue young carrots; \V//.I.--iifi/ i r iLL
    ercise a lot of care and make sure The fair is sponsored by Everglades pspi: '?"J s m1Mij lIp )''on\to lilt:h'Jp,
    T'ost; No. 20 of the American Legion uith
    GJCCK PL'ppcrs S'nrY-d I
    }1 j Cut vet t: b\s. fn cubes, and
    that you will be pleased.CLLwToN. nnrl'\ pfoTni !os to be tho greatest event Chen Baked Jlcn,< I .. ......
    f wash C c-ool: :n a sr.%:a51 nount:: of water ,.., ,-t C''. .\I.Dt: : .f>O.- ;, '. .. 'cr I :.
    rvv itp cb iv lcter over staged in the I l-i'::e green noj'if; exit rn: : rih I arJil ixncla. Di sol"e b c,+. ili,on

    : .G:1.rlf'! c. -xQlp. 'p1a',ue(1 n mirilv as ..' and rono', a tlc aoI ': }'L1':rI C't L'<-, i)11; h l"t w-itvr; a : dnlrt '

    ec1Il.t.fonnl"; I..> r:o'rn' ,f Y. 'I'.. t. i nrl i Ii'i l>. 1 1Ri1 I. h I '!"< i:"::,D JCet.-mp.: Line c'r ;;nee
    n' event to display tho .
    rId .. I Mjow {to j",-inu for all t t.::. I AI. :. ,rest: ; :>', pd( in veta'Js.1 .mdI" V '
    LAUNDRY IflC n o t(" T-vtipp I of thn OiTnpq. the fair |I .. l'. *-1.e; : ., :. ., ....., ---. -- '-_, -.:_:::
    1 : : : :f :! f: !!: ern rnyr :A t...:11 Fcr; t,icy '- :; .:.; .nd -----;...:-.::.::_ ------=-=--- :--_. ..;;.. -"';-- Ii:
    EL PASO AVE&SAN BON17A I ST. '.'' will have plenty of amusement \ <1" *, vv,J I ::ml hu'I T ;i,1; ,. J. : dL.l ;iifvturtlu ;Url 'fb.
    .
    m -, 11i1'n". 'flIP\ )'" x'i'l 1'f' c".-.<\f"r-">.T't'i i ; n 1'1 i 'Vtr>. 1-: ;' '1 ;" -",-\, j" .t[ y which ]I1 .'- 1\/00\: "ur J

    : w/sroN FLORIDA ,,, (; '. 'I. r ,* ','. :ill 'j : : .''',TV:; I. JA! ftto '.. 'r'" ;.,, nh1r '' '.,pe
    C I 1 tira! "ti 'n' f'ilv ")1'o''r)ms "r r 1)tcrtairimFnt \ : '
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    rl\ I : ,"lfivfu br frpn to :all ;' o .,:v., {..it.orh'f: ; ':il-.(\" .' ,'i11lF: :. .( ?F.r1. '-J. ..:::!J.e .
    c7cv ::
    2iolr 11z1 Laundry visitors and eYTyitdnrpO crime will -,. -" s _.:.:.J:.:...:.....:::: .:. :f.Zf



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    SIX CLEWISTON NEWS. CLE W/S TON. FLORIDA < FRIDAY MARCH 27, 1931 I :',;1

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    fMOKALEE CITIZENS: TO ASK LEGISLATURETO GLADES FLOWER SHOW I I Bay; Papayas, Mrs. E. T. Harris, Kramer -I CLEV/ISTONITES CAN I: ONLY 2 DAYS REMAIN .

    DRAWS CROWD SUNDAY Island. Unusual fruit, Mrs. C. K.Rcldel FOR THE BIG CREDITS,


    PASS A LA ALLOWING THEM TO ADD II unit. Bello Glade SEE SUGAR BOWL in the cool shade the rest o[ ;'-?..;*!?"t.: :.:- .::j|

    Prize winners in the flower classes "='
    the day cannot expect to make 5680

    TOWNSHIPS TO HENDRY BY LOCAL VOTE were as follows. LEGION POST WILL FROM PLANE SUN. in the remainder of this campaign. ;

    Sweet peas, mixed, first, Mrs. Grogan I There are others who realize' that :. &"

    South Bay; second, Mrs. Nance, HOLD DANCE TUES. $680 cars aro not growing on the ', ,.".j,;

    South Bay; third, Mrs. Thomas JJpC bushes, but require work speed and ,
    Calls On News To Them Lift The Pilot Mitchell With Stin-
    Committee Help man. Lake Harbor Farms. Sweet peas NIGHT AT INN real effort to secure them '

    Yoke Of Collier Interest Which Is Forcing lone color: first, Mrs. Thomas Dcch- son Plane To CarryPassengers. It is up to you and your friends, ,r

    i I man, Lake Harbor Farms; second, club members! They are soo ngoing ; .
    Taxation Without Representation. Mrs. William C. Lord, Shawano "
    Show Boat Orchestra To to 1)e asking "where did you finish? .-

    ... Plantation; third, Mrs. Laura Mason, "Did you win the prize you wantedand ..";. .<. ;:.1
    Furnish Music Mem- Clowistonites will be given an op -'
    Residents of Immokalee, which is Wolf, Stafford Powers, B. \VHklson.udie Moore Haven. ; which they wanted you to win- : :--:...:". '. ::" <

    located: in the north end of Collier Whidden, Mae Coker, Glen Roses: Pink, first, 11rs.V.. T. Jer- bers Urged To Attend.The portunity on next Sunday to viewAmerica's ', or, did you "rest" because it was hot : ):-."/::

    county, have signed a petition which Wilkison, J. G. Dupree, Francis Du- nlgan. yellow, first, Mrs. W. C. Lord, ii Sugar Bowl from a new and satisfy yourself with a small \
    Plantation second Mrs. Stinson four-place cabin monoplane.L. -
    will be presented to the members ott4e pree, Gee Dupree, Bertha Dupree, Shawano ; local post of the American Legion prize?"
    H. Mitchell of Fort will .
    white Myers
    Haven
    Esther Klutts. Moore ; .
    next legislature requesting that Louis Gross. Nellie Gross,. S. Douglas will hold a dance at the Clew- Miss Bonclle Stone and Mrs. Geo. ..
    first, Mrs. Elbert Stewart, Clewiston bring his cabin plane to Clewiston on
    ; .
    ttfoY be separated from Collier countY Laura Douglas. Sarah Douglas, C. iston Inn next Tuesday night.. The Poole are holding the steering wheel : ..- ":

    anti added! to Hendry county. Im A, Bryant. Perry Shaw, Chas. Hilton, socond, Mrs. Esther Klutts, Moore Show Boat orchestra from West Palm Saturday. and remain here over the of the Chevrolet this week with :Miss .: :"- :'-.'" ,
    Elbert weekend Mr. Mitchell will 'J
    passengers
    mokalee is located in tho northern W. C. Platt, Priscilla Carson, R A. Hagen; mixed. first, Mrs. Beach will furnish the musict. Thisis carry Jewel Lowe running a good second I'' -' "::;:'.:' l:.'
    El- I in his cabin plane for $2.50
    part of Collier county and is just a Carson, C. F. Rich, J. T. Phillips, O. Stewart, Clewiston; second, Mrs. the first appearance of tho Show Saturday wl> be the close of the big '. .:, .. .
    each, the regular price for a ride in
    few miles south of Felda, which is located L. Carson, L. C. Hlbble, Sarah B. bert Stewart. Boat Orchestra since the season I credit period. Subscriptions will not '
    southern of HoudryAimokalee nibble, B. K. Smith Lera Smith Gladiolus: One color, first, Mrs. an open plane I ,
    in the part opened in West Palm Beach Severalnew earn as many credits in the future as .
    This new plane is built for the average -
    co tr. AdId Ihmmokalce Citizens .... .....'.. .... Anna Geiger; second, Mrs. Farnham, pieces have been added to the they do now. Who will lead at the :'
    :Mr. Card maker of
    man by ,
    South mixed, Mrs. Anna Geiger.
    Bay;
    citizens have a common Tohn Cochran, Bert Cochran Mrs. J. .:-:
    orchestra and according to local reports close of the first period is yet to be .
    Card automobiles. Mr. Mitchell is an :
    inlcrtst! with Hendry county. This isalge I H. Surrency, K. It. Phillips, R. M. Snapdragons: one color, first, Mrs. the music is much better than seen. Work now and ride later. ".. .: -' C

    farming section and a cattle Lankford. A Carson, J. J. Smith. R Laura Mason, Moore Haven; second, experienced pilot and is well knownin '\.. ., .. ...
    given at the last of CLEWISTON I .
    was appearance Clewiston having visited here several .
    Mason Mrs. W. C. "
    r. Many of the citizens of this' H. Smith, Mae Smith. Roy Smith. R. Mrs. Laura ; third. .' .,
    the orchestra here.
    are old timers and wore once W Redding, Mrs. R. W. Redding, Lord, Shawano Plantation; mixed The Legion Post lias been holding times. and it is expected that Miss Boncile Stone ?..........?.. 815,000 ...

    Lee county. When Collier and I Marvin Carson, Elma L. Carson, J. G. first, Mrs. Joe Friedheim, Belle Glade many Clewistouites will avail themselves ,I ....'.. '
    created second, Mrs. Laura Mason, Moore regular dances and the attendance at of the opportunity of seeing the Miss Jewel Lowe ....................'. 740,000 ',' ,-
    HeAflry counties were many Lewis, C. II. Crosby, J. F. Crosby. E.! .
    the dance Tuesday will determine If ,
    o( Vie. citizens of Immokaleo wanted I E. Crosby. Don J. Lewis, Lizzie Cock- Haven; third, H. II. Hart_ Belle Glade. I future dances will be held during the Sugar Bowl-from--a cabin plane. Miss Elsie Hare ......:;.............; 730,000 '

    to income part of Hendry county,but ran, B. A. Harrelson, Mrs. J. G. Lewis Na-jturtims: first, Mrs. Hartljne( month's. .

    ifl tHo division they"(were put in Col- Franklin Wilkison. Mrs. Franklin South Bay;; second, Mrs. Grogan.. I summer Mrs. Cleo Houze sElected Mrs. Peto Wilson ............ ....... 700.000

    Her 'county Wilkkison, J. V. Burke, L. H. Clark, South Bay.Larkspur. LOCALS WORKING{ 'PresidentParent Of LABELLE, ., '

    '4 ho petition that will be presented 1Irs.Laura Clark, Ralph Purvis, Mrs. : first, Mrs. Kaltenbruner, "+

    tb;(fJie members of the Legislature Lizzie Purvis, S. H. Brown, Belle Pahokee; second. Mrs. Hartline, Pa- HARD FOR BOUT WITH I IPAHOEE Teacher Assn.Mrs. Mrs. George Poole ....>..:..,.....,'. 815,000 ''tJ

    ka. ; le hundred and fifty names Kennon, W. F. Brown. Ollie LeeBro'n. hokee. .
    Mrs. Annette Delaney ... ......... 710,000
    Calendula first Mrs. Grogan, :
    of : -
    wh, represent over 90 per cent Percy Brown, E. J. Taylor. ,

    the''tftfclent vote of that community. Bessie Taylor, I. E. Taylor, J. A. South Bay; second, Mrs. Grogan; BOYS :: Cloo Houze was elected president Mrs. Vivian Howard ..:......... .... 700,000 ;.
    ''
    The' will bo eleven sections addedto Thomas, L. M. Thomas, J. C. Taylor, third, Mrs. N. S. Gothell. of the Parent-Teachers Association
    ..... -- at their regular meeting last Miss Gladys Padgett ... .... 705.000 ; ',:
    I% ndry county if the Legislaturew'i Bertha L. Taylor, J. J. Whidden, A. Pansies: first, Mrs. Esther Klutts, : .r.r.r ''; ...

    allow the people of that section E. Whidden, E. H Keen, Florence 'Moore Haven; second, Mrs..Carl War I week. Mrs. Houze succeeds Mrs. R. This week finds the workers fairly .;';..
    Scout Teams Will i Issue :
    Y. Patterson who has been presidentof
    the Shawano Plantation; third, H.
    togtyUo. on the question. During Acuff. Rupert Acupp, J. B. Thomas, ner well bunched together. A few five \; '
    week various meetings have been R. Raulerson, Evelyn Raulerson, I H. Hart, Belle Glade. Special prize, Challenge: To Troops tho P. T. A. for the past two yeais. i
    :\ Mrs. E. elected vice- year subscriptions will put the lowest
    I J. Wynn was
    4 In the Immokalee section and eonard Whidden Stella Whidden. B. Garden Club of University of Florida
    Around The Lake. Mrs.' Prewitt club ) Now is the -.
    Station. president; W. C. secre- member on top.
    twit citizens of Hendry county rega't H. Raulerson, Clara Raulerson, J. O. Experimental .
    .--4 tary Mrs. Barney Thomas. Treasurerand time to get your -margin. :
    lJg this matter.The expression Thomas, James Dupree. Annie DupreeW ;. .'. ;
    Petunias first, H. H. Hart, Bel le .
    : Several local fighters are using the Miss Jamye Williams, Historian.The ;
    of of those attending the meet D.
    many Roberts, Henrie Roberts,
    Glade; second, Mrs Hunter Cooper, now arena erected near the Parent-Teachers Association is CLEWISTON LABELLE' .G
    ings seemed to be that they were, be- James Kennon, Cleo Duke, S. A. CleWiS-// '
    Shawano Plantation. ton News offfce every night one of the most active organizationsin DEVELOP RIVALRY SPIRIT. .
    ,
    ing taxed by the Collier interest without Whidden, Mrs S. Whidden, Buch ,
    Stocks: first, Mrs. Thomas Dech- out in for the coming fights that will the city and has been very activein
    representation and that the en
    Morgan. William W. Corbitt Lois
    man.Lake Harbor Farms; second, be.. promoted by the Legion. Tubby of the local -
    tire county was being controller by Roberts Louise Roberts, Josephine ,* the development the contest is over. Belle Glade and ;,
    this interest and that they desired to Roberts. Mrs. I. D. Leydlg, Clewiston. Swindle, one of the local engineers schools.No Moore Haven are being represented ...

    DIanthus Pinks: first. Mrs. Kalt n- working on the government surveying committees were appointed by and number of '
    large subscriptions
    a
    belong to Hcndry county for their I LaBelle. Florida, March 20, 3931.I '
    own benefit and the benefit of the hereby certify that the typewritten bruner, Pahokeke; second, Mrs. Geo. crew. is working out each nig!?.. the new president. The appoint- are being sent in from this section.

    cotfnty.. Tedder, Belle Glade. Swindle looks good and should give ments will not be announced until the The News is proud of the work the -
    petition and signatures attached
    The land that is being added to the hereto are correct copies of an origi- Cannas: Red, first. Miss Maud the boy from Pahokee a good fight. next meeting of the association.a girls are doing. and wishes that it
    Mrs. Joe
    Wingfield Ritta pink first,
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    cOJutvill embrace Township 4G, nal petition. ; Bobby Hare a local high school boyis I could present a car' to every one of '

    range 2S, 29; and 30; Township 47. Signed Edith Howard, Cherry, Belle Glade. also using the arena for his daily champion will be pickked to defend those in the contest. No one has won '.
    Mrs. Laura Mason,
    range: 27, 2S, 29, 30' and Township 48, Notary Public. State of Florida at Lupines; first, practice. the lake region against boys from the car and there will be two weeks

    range 27 28. 29, 30. This is one of the Lar'!e. My Commission expires Calla Lilies: firts, Miss Alice Reed Promoter Butler is going to enter .Fort Myers and West Palm Beach. for getting subscriptions which can

    finest farming sections in the southern Sept. 25.' 1931.CONvICTwIEiSix Belle Glade. a scout team and will issue, challenges All of the local fights are being sponsored be won 'by the girl at the bottom. of' ,

    Everglades and will add to the Day Lilies: first, Mrs. I. D. .LeydlgClewiston. to all the scout teams around the ; by the Legion with Ed Butleras the list if'she goes.. after the main, ,,.4:
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    assessed valuations of Hendry county :- ::BE lake.'-1 From the winner. of these match- promoter. prize."rests". I ..

    There seems to he no objection on I Geraniums: first, .Miss Marjorie

    tap part of the people of Hendry coun- Harris, Belle Glade. .
    ty to annex this territory and u the MOVED TO LOCAL Begonias: first. Mrs. Elbert Stew- I [iJ'1 I' 11111111111111111!f ll II IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIJIIIIIIIIIIII!!! 1111111111I1111111111111111II111 t IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII!111111111II 1 I II I!IIIJIIJIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIJ. I I ,:\

    people by their vote desire to lift the I art; second. Miss Margaret Bea Der. : rm fj;

    yoke of the Collier interest we can Ferns: first. Mrs Elbert Stewart, t.'J ,
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    not find any logical reason why they: Clewiston; second, Miss MargaretBea -
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    should not have a voice in our gov Der; third, Mrs.' G. E. Tedder,'

    ernment. : Mile Section Will'Complete Belle Glade. r ,( . :,i .'" .-:,:.;., :.,'.' =
    The time has arrived when Klutts.
    everyman
    Violets: first Mrs. Esther '
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    and woman in this country Grade From Moore Haven.Phlox -, .i" :_: .: HATCHS 18TH' ANNUAL SALE<. : 'ma -
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    should have a right to participate in Clewiston LaBelle. : first. Mrs. F. G. Geiger, I... ."

    the affairs! of their government. They; to Cleiswton. -


    have that they rights cannot and when express the time these comes de- The road three from mile Goodno stretch to of LaBelle unfinished Blown Cynoslossum, Belle Glade., first, Mrs. E. N. i \ : : '-> ; '-: -': .._ :' .' "" j' "':: : ':,2r". ':'. I' 17 '

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    sires
    large due interest to the then influence they should of be some al-' Hrill be completed by next Saturday Schizanthus: first, .. Mrs. Barstow, : ::1 : ,. ,, ,. : t '. .
    South Bay. { ; : {
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    lowed to free themselves from this night. The convicts will start work on : : \ : :: ,: ; ,
    of cut flowers: '
    the Clewiston end f the road by the Best arrangements. '. "
    interest and join with other forces. middle of April. 9 mixed, first. MissAlice Reed, Belle lli1 ., resents further ,and Final'Reductions 'on all 'Materials.,f'i? /:'> .
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    We have never aproved the idea of I There is approximately: miles of Glade; second, Mis. Spiccr, Clewistou 00 .' .' :' { :i. ;". IE]
    any one man controlling a county and South Bay; I. .
    Mrs. -
    mfinished between Clewis ton second. Grogan. '' Ii)
    grade "
    its government. 1C what we have been I colors: c i] ':" > 1 \: > .'r> \',. ; .
    trird, Mrs. H. S. Speer. Two : ,. : :
    md Goodno which should be" completed .! .:. : ,. .. d. 1:1riJ.
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    told is correct Collier county is managed ['Ij -. ' :
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    operated, bonded,' and ruinedby in about six: weeks. When this sec first, Mrs. Nance, ,South Bay; second :. :i}'('; -:::':-'" .' : .':' :::' :;/: f:.: : :

    tion of the grade has been completed Mrs. L L. Spicer, Clewiston; third, .. .
    the Collier interest., This should j j li2 .. .". j' -" .'- .'" .' .. .' :' Iii
    the road will be hard surfaced from Miss Alice Reed, Belle Glade; roses. "
    bo a lesson to Hendry county and all I|II : \ :; :
    : decision to L DelIe. Cars are traveling Trs. F. Deane Duff, Clewis ton. .\ ;. ,: FOR FIUDAY AND SATURDAir'III; :
    other small counties in the stale to I .
    I of unusual flowers or
    I over the present grade and as Best display
    .see that they meet their obligationsand
    soon as the section between Clewis- plant material. ; cut, first, Mrs. Bars i;
    are not put in, such an embarrassing I
    I',. ton and Goodno is completed traffic tow. South Bay; Mrs. L. L. Spicer,
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    : position.For
    will be allowed on the grade for about CJ wiston. Potted: first, Dr. Lobdell, '
    tho best .interest of Hendrycotinty } ;'
    thirty days. A coat of tar and asphaltwill University of Florida Experimental,
    and, its future we cannot find .1'
    then be applied to the rock sur Station. Belle Glade; second, Dr. Lob i1 -
    any re sou'wh)' the people of, Immokaleo ... ? .. .. ,,, ./ .
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    Brown. Belle' ." ') 3 "'" ''' ." should not allowed to .express face. 'After allowing this to, stand for dell: third. Mrs. J. F. : < .c : : ; ,_,,' ':: .-.'. 1( : :.; .. :;:- ... > .'. ;: < :
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    their desire by of the two or three weeks the gravel will Glade. :_ ( tj. c >u./r/ .f:. _: _;:: :?. }> : :L.: .: < : :: ;<7;: ''> :; : 3. : <: \\.i ;
    a'qte .
    people. be placed on the road after which It' Miscellaneous. flowers: first, Mrs..I,I II .... '..;All :Odd: ..Lots';\Short. ...Lines

    The! that following was signed Is a copy by residents.of the petition of will be only completed.The unf. ished road from, Barstow D.- Leydig, South, \Clewiston Bay. ; scco1 dIrs.. .". /I = ,:: : '" \ ;. : ; >:! :' ;: ;: ;;.;;:.: <::, < :;, \. : ,:.\ : >, < ::.. !: '?},: m

    Iraniokalee. Clewiston to Fort Myers is from La- Prize winners in the vegetable. ." ; :'merchandise' 'half: '{ and .l less' '.close *: '
    : ,Groups. of- ; price'' to out r *. Ecompletely
    one to the Lee county line. This follows -
    WE THE UNDERSIGNED RESI pction of. the road is being kept up c asses were as : Thomas, : '.' ': ,: < '::> : c .::. ..' : itl {.
    Charlie
    DENTS AND CITIZENS OF Trfwn- i Potatoes, first,. J.= : ;. .iF ; > ,: ,. '. i', < :. ; : : =
    by the county and is in fair shape.j'f Farms second, Mrs/l; <'. / ,. : :, .
    ship 4C, Range 28. 29 and 30; Ton.ship Lake Harbor ; '. .' l..:; : .. "L '- 'H'.c,"v '; '. _. ', '. ., j' ". *

    Township 47 Range 48 Range 27, 27 28, 28, 29, 29, and and 30 30;, the\he state grade road is department being constructed.and will by be Walter G. Johnson Templeton., Clewis ton.South Carrpts Bay; :beets'Mrs.. ;''< :II; .. ;: : ': .. ; ,- / <;.:/7':: .\> ', :" ':r(:/: -v :::L > ;.::':J'f: =.

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    oC''the 'fnlshed within a few months. It will Mrs. Walter Templetou; South Bay;. 'I. : '
    hereby petition the Legislature '
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    State of Florida to separate us from' be necessary to let this grade -stand Turnips. Mrs. F. Deane Duff Clewis, ., Substantial Reductions r .are. effective ,on the entire stock: \ .

    Collier County and'add us to Hendry over a rainy season before the rock ton; Broccoli. C.. O. Patrick, Bare;;!L rJIIII rII!

    -"nbo. placed onthe road. The I Beach Belle peppers, Carl Barstow '
    County, interest ;
    believing that the of
    the territory affected are more In stretch should be completed by the South Bay; Chinese cabbage. .Miss. '|I.i Plan now to be in i West Palm Beach Friday and Saturday \\ = .

    "irst of the year. Alice Reed, Belle Glade; Celery, Mrs. i :'; .
    harmony than the present situation I ..... '
    Port Richards, Oscar Taylor, Toudy I. D. Leydig, Clewiston; Peas. Mrs; ', !lit ; liJfIJ

    Yeomans, James Hurlgens, R. L. Hud- FROZEN TANGERINE JUICEIS C. E. RleclelBelle Glade; Beans, Mrs.: | ( ._ to participate i in. these exceptional savings.

    bens, J. H. Chanev, J. A. Henderson PLEASING PRODUCT Jess Smith, CTewiston; Wax beans, [!j .. '". ',' .[raPAGE
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    Clifford Kelly, John E. Henderson, GAINESVILLE, Fla.-investigators Ed Covcll, Okeelanta; Lettuce, Mrs.J! . ,'

    DrtD.. L. Spooner, Elsie Henderson, it the Florida Experiment Station Jess Smith CTewiston; Cauliflower, j d m

    Dora ,Corbitt, Leroy Henderson, Char- 110.ve'found that it is possible to first Mrs. Jess Smith, Clewislon. Mrs. :
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    lie Corbitt, Mamymie Henderson, Geo. freeze tangerine juice by relatively IF. Deane-Duff. Clewiston, second;.r JI {.rI '' .. 'r I

    l\; Brooker D. S. Burney, Flossie Burner simple methods and without any I I Onions, matured, Mrs. F. G. Johnson, I m ; .m ,
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    J. J. Morgan, E. J. Kennon. M.K. special: precautions. The resulting Clcwiston; Spring. Mrs. Walter TemI I I. ,_ .' fli) (

    Carson, J. H. Surrency, M. F. C. product isery satisfactory with a pleton, South Bay; Radishes, Mrs. F. I q file. m

    C cram. R A. Bethea, W W. Bethea. flavor that is pleasing and annealing. Deane Duff, Clewiston; Squash, Mis. J' : t .. IE

    Vrs.. W W. Bethea, Priscilla Thom. Frozen tangerine juice has been kept: W C Hooker, Clewiston. I ::I flPtCfl3E= W

    an, 1littieVi1lis, J. R. Thomas, Rob ln the Station's cold storage nlant for Greens: Mustard, Mrs. F. Deane !: I :

    ert Thomas, Tom E. Conyer, H. C.Wttlcison over four months. Just how long the Duff, Clewiston: Collards, Mrs. Jess i j : : '

    B. C. Chance Mrs. B. C. '.iiffwill ,keep remains to bo deter Smith, Clewiston; Spinacr, Mrs. 11I j I .. i3

    dianco. R. Roberts O L. Evors, Chas mined. Deane Duff, Clewiston; ,, Cabbage, II j | .

    Hartley, Edgar; Hudelns Grover Du Tangerine juice bas: Monrtpfl with Mrs. W. E. Thompson, Belle Glade.j ]r '

    , pri e, Glndvg Dupree. Arnett Conyer. orange juice, and has given a richer Unusual vegetables, Miss Alice Reed 11 I rQ .

    J. A. Kutledce, W H. Gross, Mae and deeper color and 11't) rlsVlv Belle (lade. i I,kE <. \ EM

    , Gross PDnl'ree, Eva. Conyer, flavor to tho orange Juice. Blends Tn the fruit classes the following( : \ .

    W. J.'Fran1c1vn.( J.: M. Hunter, J. G. with the juice of JTarrHit. tangelos.etc. awards were made J'

    Hunter. Madison Hunter, Bessie : ., are being studied. Strawberries, Mrs. Barstow, South I J@JJ@JJ@f@@JJ@l! @f@I@! WJ@J@lf @ @1f@1m E@1r W@I@Lr @J[@ l

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