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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: April 3, 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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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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VOLUME 5 NOA5 CLE W/S TON. FLORIDA FRIDAY AP'R3., 1931. PRICE CENTS
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\ : EVERGLADES OFFERS LAKE LEVEL FACULTY PLAY IS CANDIDATES ARE I THE WEATHER EVERGLADES FAIR


G A. Is!. 6 P. l\f. Date Max. Min. Rainfall

S. WONDERFUL SITE FOR March '29 .................... 16.5 16.6 BIG HiT AT SCHOOL WORKING HARD FOR March 23 .......... 7.1 45 OPENS WEDNESDAY/

March 30 ..............,..... 16.6 16.6 March 24 ..........,72 45 j-.

-- NOTIONAL I PARK March 31 .............:...... 16.5 16.6 FRIDAY NIGHT NEWS FIRST\ PRIZE March 25 .......... 75 50 AT BELLE GLADES

: .;": I April 1 ........................ 16.5 16.6 : March 26 .'........ 81 47

(.. '', April 2 .. ................... 16.5 16.5 --- March 27 .......... 81 60 .--

April 3 ........................ 16.3 16.5 Contest Closes SaturdayNight March 28 .., .. ... SO 62 Will Run Sun-

: # N o Other Section I n April .f ........................ 16.6 16.5 Second Showing Of Play March 29 ..,....... 76 59) o. Through
Six I day With Free Entertain-
Country Can Compare Was Given Thursday' Of -Only
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": :, With Everglades I DRAINACE BOARDCONSWERS This Week Working Days CLE\VISrrON\ MILL mentEveryNight


Monday sees the start of the final The Everglades Fair
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.. of Florida that LAWS The Clewiston school faculty presented -
The ,
Everglades
wtysk of,',the News' GREATER CIRCULATION REACHED PEAK OF the Belle Glade Post of the American
broad extending from the "My Irish Rose" to a capacity <
: expanse AND PRIZE CAMPAIGNand Legion, opened at Belle Glade last
Lake Okeechobee house at the school auditorium Friday -
southern shore of FOR EVERGLADESChaigcs : of the [AST chance of the various SEASON IN MARCH Wednesday: affernoon. Wm. C. Buck,
; to, the ti pof the peninsular, is the night. With the old tradition '
club members
to get the required post commander, and Guy Slovall are
"On with the show,
misunderstood regular troopers
most completely area
-- number of credits to win "THEIR | to be congratulated on the fine showing -
Glenn Heard announced that as MissJamyc
in the \vorld. The word "Everglades" '
Will eet 'With CHOICE" Things will happen in which was made on the opening
"i' : conjures a picture. In the public mind Williams had been called to quick succession and the first club 13,000,000 Pounds Of day. To say that the fair ia the largest -
: so far from the truth that it, Is al. Approval Of Land her home on acc unt of the death of
member who loses her nerve and over held in the Everglades sec
: ., most ludicrous. -her father. Miss Sarah Green would Sugar Was Shipped To
Holders cracks under the strain Is going to be tion would not half tell the story.
.5 play a double role. Miss Greene
The public conception of physical left: behind lathe tightest race the Refinery In March' The Bean Festival which was held at
"' played the part as though it was in-
conditions I
of the nature of the land
manager has, experience In many a Pahokee last year attracted the at
and other things about this TALLAHASSEE; March. 30.-Proposed tended for her. She captured the
many campaign.. tention of the upper Glades but the
legislation designed to bring of the entire audience and
hearts
section are all commonly erroneous. Fired itth the ambition to grasp The Clewiston mill reached its peak Everglades 'Faliis" far superior to the
about a complete reorganization of carried on as a regular trooper would
The Everglades came back into of the 1930 last month
one of the splendid prizes that are grindin season Bean Festival. The fair grounds arc
the Everglades drainage district was under the circumstances. She acted
public limelight recently with efforts daily coming closer and closer, Club when 13,000,000 pounds of sugar was located around the new home of the
AZ; discussed here today by state and and played ,the part well.
to national
establish at the
park
a One
T1 Members in i the News subscription manufactured. hundred and sixty American Legion, a carnival, booths
csouthern of Florida. Florida's resident members of the districtboard. characters in the play as
The were
tip
= building campaign are preparing to cars of sugar was shipped from the for Commercial Exhibits and agricul-

Congresswoman, Mrs. Ruth Bryan; : follows: Comm McCormack, a prosperous travel a fast pace between now and factory during the month of March, ture exhibits from cities around the

Owen, fought an unsuccessful battleat I The proposed "bills would change Irish farmer of County Kil- the final hour Saturday night, April each car contined 250 bags. The lake are located in the.enclosure near

the recent session of congress to both the setup of the district an(1'thc dare Glen B. Heard; Maurice Fitb- 11th Every day Is of vital ImportanceIn weight of each bag being 325 pounds. the Legion home,

have the government take: over this operation! of its activities. Among gerald, a rich young Dublin artist, the fast closing gap that separates This shipment of sugar will net the A special feature is ,being offered

".;j 4:. park but her efforts were blocked by changes discussed by the board, be- Herbert Blatc; Mr. Archlbold Pen- the rewards from the winners.A receivers approximately 390000.00 as every afternoon and night in the form
S opponents-largely through misconception rare its luncheon recess were:: nywit, a wealthy tourist, Wm. Prew
caller at campaign headquarter they receive around three cents for I of a free entertainment. This part of

of the, type of land involved. Re-establishment of the boundariesof itt; Mr. Michael Pepperdine. an eminent this week, a young lady, stated that the sugar after deducting the freight the program is being conducted on a
the southern shore of Lake the district and its division into Dublin barrist 'V. G. Smedley .
: Along ; ahe! had -" ottcn", every subscriptionin charges to the refinry at Savannah.Th large. stage which: has been erected

Okeechobee will be found a typical, units or zones the subdivisions to be Shawn McGilly, the laziest man incounty a particular. locality, before the day capacity of the Clewisto nmill I is near the south end ot the fair
broad Florida marsh which set-up: as unit districts. Kildare E. B. Butler Ann ,,
slough or ; was out .another club member came 4,000 tons of cane daily. The average grounds. Seats have been providedand
is confined between sand Carrying out of all work and main- McCormack Colum's sister '
higher Mary In and reported 12.00 worth of sub- daily grinding for the past week was the entertainers have just returned -
lands either side and extends tenance by units, with each zone Irish heart Williams considered
on with an Jamye scriptions..from the same communityAll 3207.70 which is good.. from an engagement with

: southerly! to tidewater at the extreme paying for its benefits received. SpecIal (played by Sara Greene) ; Widow of whjch goes to show that no When speaking of'the capacity of the Ringling_ Brothers circus.

lower end of the stat This marsh improvement taxes would be levied Hannigan, with money in the bank matter" 'il0\Y' 'certain one ,may be that mill being 4000[) tons daily and expecting Those who have commercial exhibIts -
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varies from 30'to miles in width in each unit district. Taxes would Colum. Ruth Beards- this
50 and an eye on nothlugj is, left?: some other worker the mill to produce everyday at the Fair are Fairbanks Morse

and Is approximately J02 miles in he extended to cover administration, ley; Eileen Fitzgerald, a Dublin? heiress will go'over the same field with is like saying that your car can Company, Rogers Bakery East Coast

: length below die lake. debt service and maintenance: Sara Greene; Lady Agnes Bar- gratifying results. run sixty miles an hour. You cannot Motor Company, G. W. Manning, Kil-

:-< "- In this area, which includes some Administration of the district by a ricklow, who: hesitates at nothing, Real I, sincere' effort is' necessary.No keep your car at that rate and maintain I gore Seed. Company, B. Elliott. Ford-

'I .'<":-, ;: 6250 square miles of land, will be board of, five members in place of board the Elta W Prewitt; Pegeen Burke, a servant -I one who' tries will fail to be re- its efficiency. The "past wekj I son Tractor Company, Hector Supply

:> -c;:: found a tract large enough to, place present board of ten.r1'llis' on the McCormack .farm, Ola .atried; as sincere efforts never go grinding records are considered good \ Company. Florida Power and Light
: ',' ; five states' of the size of Rhode Island would have authority to employ a this I
; ( Petteway; Rose Creigan, a wild Irish and if the mill can maintain Company, Harwood & Wilson, On-
umettaided, but those who expect to
.; :,' considerably larger than Connecticut general manager, a secretary: and other rose Dorothy Stewart.As speed for the balance of the grinding thony's Inc., Stelbel. Glades Supply
for fast on
'll win must prepare, a pace
; ; and more than two-thirds workers the show opens Ann Mary McCormack the part 'of others.If season it will grind considerable. over Company. 'Studebaker, Red Cross,

the area of either New Jersey or New I I Establishment of ,a general office is seen sitting in the yard you desire to 'be the chosen one four hundred thousand tons of cane State Board of Health, Mango, Chamber -
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Hampshire. It is this area which 'is wIThin the district. of Colum McCormmack churning. th
during sason. ,
on the night of April 11th then meet of Commerce, I. Colvin, Radiant
known as the Everglades of Florida.I7' Naming if the state treasurer as the I Ithe' harvesters being remodeled '
;' Shawn McGilly is asleep near I Iwcll. next ten days with a renewed The cane are ,; Bottle Gas Company, McDonald Trac-
.:-, Superficial aspects of this slough ex-officio treasurer for the district, Pegeen Burke enters looking for I determination and an undying desire and should give better service I tor Equipment Company Brown Company -
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" : '. or marsh would indicate it and Lake all funds to be handled by him. The having of the season. '
,,. McGilly and complaining about for the balance
Belle Glade South Clew-
Bay,
automobile at the
: I ., Okeechobee*., ._mlght. onre have- been a 'plali_proposed would have the::special; \ -all-the-work to-do >while McGillysleeps' l 9' ?this'Lliii! :newspaper.,. -, expenseof -Mr.-Falkiner. inventor, has -been in iston; Canal Point 'ancTmany'wother

,f : tidal estuary of the ocean, elevatedby unit district taxes assessed and collected Ed Butler playing the part of Speculation Is rife as to who will Clewiston for tho past two months exhibits that are worthy of a fair

some later geologic process and by the county tax officers and McGilly is indeed good as he snores be the winner of the grand capital changing one of the machines to meet twice the size of the Everglades Fair.
thereafter filled with an accumulation the funds sent by the tax collectorsto well. Ann tells tile conditions that were
neaithe Mary unexpected
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away prize. But, wile can tell? No Thursday was Palm Beach day at
.*" of decayed vegetation. These aspects the state treasurer. Warrants Pegeen Burke not to be so hard on know's now. and the information one'l found at the beginning of the grind- the Fair practically every storein

.c are supported only slightly ,by. geo- would be drawn by the secretary of Shawn and in her Irish heart she not be imparted until the judges. ing season. This machine is provingto West Palm Beach closed their

logical data, however. The accumulated the district but only with the counter sympathizes with Burke. She tellsa be much more efficient on the
will be chosen from the members ot I place ,of business and journeyed to
muck which forms the, top soil approval of tHe chairman and vice story about her brother who has the advisory board complete their Glades soil and after It is given i:. the Glades to spend the day. The

is underlaid by a continuous bed of chairman of the board. Indians test the other machines wil-
America the thorough
to to fight
gone ,final check of the credits the last Goodyear blimp, from Miami, arrivedIn
: limestone of irregular pothole and I and buffaloes. ,Colum McCormack enters be remodeled.P. .
I"' night. To soliquize on theoutcome Is Belle Glade early Thursday morn
pinnacle formation and of varying degrees | and they discuss their sister. G. Bishop, Receiver has cut tho hand to
of no avail. It is real energetic effort ing. A plane was also on
of hardness. Thistop soil Is of TAX COLLECTOR IS Rose Creigan. who they have raised and never ceasing determination that expenses- of the Company considerably give those visiting the fair grounds

greatest depth near the lake and decreases is operating on the lowest
since childhood. Widow Hannigan enters and now
makes the end seem brighter. Every! view of the Glades.
unifornily southward to meet and begins to tell about her importance cost since the mill began operations
HA VIr AUDIT MADE i club member has an equal chance to Brown Company, South Bay, Belle
the tidewater. in the county. This part is,. .acQuiro possession of that beautiful I in January. It Is understood that approximately Glade and Pahokee each have a beau-
.. Everglades and Seminole Indians and she 160000.00 has been depOsited -
played by Mrs. Beardsley [ Seed Companyalso
Sedan or Coupe and the more work tiful exhibit Kflgore
are almost synonymous in the minds. TO CHECKSHORTAGECommisskners carries the audience away with they do the more certain they will be to retire tho $300.000.00 worthof has a good exhibit. The fair
:; nt the public and while it is true that certificates that were issued -
laughter with her witty sayings and Receivers Fair
to win. Credits alone will decide just takes on the aspect of a State
In that vast area of mardhland there :acting: she is indeed good and plays who will have the right to drive homein from the time the company was with the establishment of a State

-. still live tribes In all the ancient RequestAll her part exceptionally well. As the this 'car.During placed in the hands of tho court until Board of Health booth. S

squalor of their primitive forefathers I play progresses Rose Creigan enters the first two periods of the the present grinding season was I I Everything that can be seen at anystate

most of the present generation County Offices Be and is followed by Maurice Fitzger- campaign the credit standing of the started. All salaries of the emplrfyees fair will be found at the Everglades

braves are familiar visitors :n the Subject To Audit. ald, who wants to paint her picture. club members was published just as have been paid by the Receivers as Fair. The fair will run through .

,/i' communities skirting the Glades and \ \ She poses near the well and is engaged they stood but In a camouflaged} well as the currant expenses. I Sunday and every citizen of the
; exhibit their modernity bydriving ,
: many Mauilce love
I } with regarding a method. as was explained thoroughly Glades should attend at least once

more or less ancient automobiles A .special meeting of the Board of I affair. Dorothy Stewart playing the in the beginning. so' as to let each one Many New Names \ during the next few days.

usually relics given them. County Commissioners was called by I part of Rose. has the audience in love know how they stood and at the same -

Some ot the old customs still remain Chairman Stewart last, Friday. The with her before she has spoken two limp not let know just the Have Been Added To ;

I among the Indians, however, purpose of the meeting stated the lines. She played her part perfect true voting strength anyon of :any: club'mem News SubscribersOne CATHOliC CHURCH TO"

, I including the annual "green corn;: I chairman was to authorize the pay- rui was the High-light] of the, entire ber. This done to assure each -

;td I ,. dance," or sliot-ka-taw. It is at this 1\\ ment of a Public Accountant to audit show.In and was the same advantageand GIVE DANCE AND -
everyone
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p dance that the annual court of justi'eis week from Saturday night
the books of Tax. Collector James the second act Lady Agnes Bar- not allow room for fraud to
held when all persons who have [ "I" Eileen and Mr. any some hard working, but happy young
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Taylor. Fitzgerald
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from the campaign, for
violated tribal .rules and regulations spring forth keys"to the CARD PARTY MON-
''I Jim Franklin, attorney from Fort \v"bLlold Penperdine appear on the be called back to Clewiston lady, will be given the :
we may
: are placed on trial and punishment representing Mr. Taylor's several miles to Chevrolet. car. The News Is proud of -
after walking
Myers 'cene to conduct another campaign for this \
: prescribed.; A few months ago e report the work these young ladies nave .
Bonding Company, stated that he had ,1rl house. Their car has broken down
i In the next few and we
from the Florida east coast tint I. paper years two I Beach Orchestra
the
S During past Palm
S. i been doing.
en! notified! to make an investigation S ,fh'npxnect to spend the nislit on desire to have' clear field In whichto .
a
_' a Seminole boy would have his ears regarding a shorta o tht had .T"rVvmiHc's) farm. Lady Agnes dls-, work. This would bo impossible weeks we have been adding names to I' \Vill Furnish Music .

cut off for st.ealingcreated a nationwide Ven repo'-t-il fo h'p ('omv>any by the -.a'C! Ihat Maurice Fitzgerald isM should thIs! campaign crooked Not the,already lar o list of subscribers.
: sensation. It turned out that fro minds : For DanceA
Commissioners. I There will be no doubt in the .
Board: of County No *, 1. rrthe\ ,farm and Is in J love that but this rind( the erl1
: this was far. from the truth however only paper the circulation :
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"o1"d t becri found where the fv. fiin wild Iris Rose. She attempts black for
would years
S and this young brave still! has his board made .such a report or notifiedthe S rl o"rairc Rose and tells her that tor have a eye of the News after the campaign' benefit card party, and dance will

S ( ears. in their proper place. bonding company of any shortage *-"tvj/. .A |Is jn love with another girl.! \\1) come.Tl'c? scented, to. confuse some. a closes. Wo have always lead in circulation be given by the Catholic church Mond -

S "W. Stanley Hanson, who probably In tbo amounts of Mr. Taylor.S. "'.onhirfp! hejilnd the wall and as one 'said I know one culb member in Hendry county and with'this ;'y night, April 6th, at the Clewiston .

S r knows more about the Seminoles than Watt Lawler 'ariq** -", '1t> and contest drawing to a close wo .
S urp : e. annears on the scene I has more than she is credited wif"' Inn.
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.any other white man, exploded tllo the lioird in beltIf! Ifrfr.. before'l '1 -povorr Mq si tcY', Eileen, they em- !! then another said someone '.la' credit have taken: tIle lead by a large ma The money derived from the sale of ':

S myth of the ear-cutting pimlRlimpnt. stated to the board that Mr. Taylor -5-,"I' nml Rose sees that Maurice Is ->d wtlh more than she is entitled. jority. Th, fact that so many new tickets to the dance and party will

S S Mr. Hanson is known as thp "wMo f'I'l not l know;: of any, shortage in Ms II -"nh11y ?n love with another tfirl. Lady I,AFo Fotlsfy all parties concerned wo subscribers have been added to the be used by members of the church .)
medicine man" of the Indians because list from the west end of the countyis be used in ..\
accounts and that if this! was true hew "':"o.rfvinw. played by Ella Prewitt are discontinuing publishing any crer to purchase material '

: of lite Hfe-loni work among' : s ready to'mal e up any shortage !I .","s tho best actor on the stage, she 't stand in" at all from nowl i1 1" encouraging. completion 01 the new church. .
them their condition. The
: improve in the accounts. He also stated that Advertisers. Fort Myersho are The dance wilt start at nine o'clock
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'Seminole form of punishment he ox- 1rs. ReMon Ptpwfrt.: wife of the'| anxious to draW some of the $40,000 and music will be furnished by a Palm

S plained was to erect a small tentS : payroll money from Clewis- card party will ,
weekly The
chairman ot the board of county commissioners of Activities Peach orchestra.
just large enough to confine (he offender had been keeping his S Report ton can be assured of complete coverage be held in the lobby of the Inn. AU :

'k ...... -. : in a standiner nosition with I books and that if he was short in his CLEWISTON MILL. by using the News in the fu admission price\ of 50 cents for the 2

") ., l N.comparati) apart. Beneath is dug ap' account it wits not due to anything Date Cane Ground Total Sugar Mad To baL ture. card party and two dollars for the ',
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... 'ely small hole which is except poor booking on her part. Today To' Date ,/ Made Date Ship Wo hope to add additional featuresto dance will bo'charged. Mrs. H. A.

'" S filled with water. With the offender The board refused to employ the .. Bags Bags the News in the future and will do Bestor is general chairman ot the

\ safely inside the littl# tent stones Public Accountant. Solon B Crews Previous 195,450.65 S 00,037 our. best to jgive our new readers the committee and will have charge of .
: are then heated to a glowmt? radHn : and the
f rind F. L. Dunaway sated thai if the entire news of Hendry county the dance and party. .
( < and thrown Into the hole of wntcr. March 25 3349.85 198SOO.r: 1660 91.697 1755 lake region. Wo have conducted a
I books: were to be audited that a State ,,
S. i l The steam Inflicts punishment.! The and after the close of .,
: Auditor be employed.'.. Mr.. Taylor] iiI1rcli 1 26 2358.40 02,158.90" .j,47 3,167 1500 clean campaign Eerier EM Hunt ForClctfhlon; Kid- .
r number of stones thus throwninto that girl
I S tho contest we hopo every
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his held out for a
through attorney Chic; Center Park
i'. ; 'S. the water, Is determined by the Berlou&nesR state auditor and would not consentfor March 27' ,, .445 7,5" : 2o5ao465, : 1550 .. 9-1,717) 1750 who has participated In the contest j Dies Sunday At "

I, of the offense.Mr. a private audit to be, made ot his March 28 :: f :. 3322.G5 f 20S. 27.30 ,1700 96,417 .1750 will l bft hnnpv and waiting for another J and the W.

,S "S ; Hanson said that in 20 years records. The state was noMtie'T! and : v( .o.< 4.. voii aroun'l to work harder I The American Legion Church
1\IarC'h 29 3555.00 212,482.30 ,1G7G .98,092 1250 night w class of the Community:
; or witnessing this ceremony, he had II. L. Pearce, state auditor, arrIved for these prizes. Next Saturday I Clewiston a

;;, S never seen an Indian permanently fn LaBolla rrues'Jay morning and began Uarch ,30 187OO 214,360.30 1,100 D9,192 1500 vtM tP1)! who has been working the I 1 will give the children Civic of Center Park ;-;
Injured by this punishment Tho ""i i vp bopo tb"t the car willT Easter Egg hunt at
checking the books of Tax Collector )
Uarch 31 3815.20 218.175.50 1001 101,093 1750Velkht the II Sundav afternoon Allchildren of tho
worst case he could recall caused the Ta"lnr.PIece) iT nnv moments to
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FAGG'1'1yC) CLEW 1ST ON NEWS. CLEWIS1ON. J./Jf."JlL'-! FRIDAY .APRIL, 3. 1931 i

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elaborate set of books and suffer other empto)eor Increase sales in mul- ,' i

THE CLEWISTON NEWS\ the humiliation of having inspectors tiples of twenty and all departments, I

sneaking around and Investigating including accounting, delivery, etc., i

Published every Friday at whether he Is making proper returnsor must augmont their forces. Increased SCHOUL NEW !

Clewis ton, Florida. not. sales means more merchandise I

LOUIS A. MORGAN .. Publisher If any silly, unjust sales tax should more merchandise means industrial

I be passed as an emergency, it would activity-which In turn means more

Entered at the Postofflce at Clew- I constantly be ,increased at each session -J employment, Increased pay rolls and PRINCIPAL Miss Sara Greene

Utnn, Florida, as second class matter. of the legislature until the consumer business revival. Reduce sales In like
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would be forced to depend on proportion and the opposite effect is : AIrs. J. E. Bcardslcy: Mrs.\ Neil Stewart .

SUBSCRIPTION RATES the mall order houses. I obtained. We have cited the Department i ; Mrs. W. C. Prewitt

One Year ........................................ $2.50 I I. The Hmo of the legislators coSts Store simply as an illustration. i, TEACHERS -

Six Months ...................................: 1.60 much money every hours, and should I The rule is applicable to every enter- j Miss\ Ola Pctieway: Miss Jamye Williams .

Three Months ................................ .7 Ii not be wasted in sales tax discus- prlB 'I, Mr. George Smedley.

RATES sions. If it is brought forward, let it ;, Curtailing employment is not the' .. .
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ADVERTISING
be immediately "postponed indefinitely. way to progress. and prosperity. It is : i

Forty-five cents per inch. No discount ." Let the legislature show the the way to stagnation and depression.By The Tattling TaIPOdEDITOR : !' n! small attendance. Those pres- 1 and nearly all the j>:rls are on one

for plates. No special position state at once that it will not waste cutting people out of work-cut- I were: Mary Bush, Betty Spicer, sde! and the boys are on tho other.

...r-nnrnnfpf._ All advertising, COpy discussions reduc- Mm el Wynn and Mae Lily Stone. The team that sells the most ticketsfor
--- --' ---- -- the people's money in prolonged ting down our pay rolls and

must be in this office on Wednesday about such an unjust and !'v* the purchasing power of the peo 1 Mary Louise I want more 'girls to attend the the "Irish Rose" will be entertained

of'': next week. by the faculty. The faculty is
before Issue of paper. hazardous proposition. Marianna pIe-are we not INVITING instead
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Herald. r1'rrn1TTNO depression? '! FRIDAY APRIL 3 i 1931 I 'h? Boy Scouts did not meet last I repeating their play by request. Someof

GREEN VEGETABLE TARIFF Would it not be more profitable to i Come out to the meeting to- I the people in town had the impres- I
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sion that the play was to be givenon
THE GOVERNOR'S PLAN expend every ounce of our energy .In :

promoting sales, increasing business, REPORTERS SCHOOL THLETICS I Friday and Saturday night both,
The Tariff Act of 1930 fixed certain ,
consuming the things manufactured I Greene's first graders havt ar.d misled; the performance.The II
duties on green vegetables.This During the session of the legislature 'I'I Betty Spicer

was done after months Iud of '1929 and prior thereto, Governor and produced in Florida and selling Van Bush playing some games. "Brownies second ,and third graders entertained I

months of study. investigation and Doyle E. Carlton, in advocacyof them to the outside world? Florida Merrel Lowe I Fairies" and "Oyster Supporter.' us at chapel on Monday

bearIngs by the Committees of Cong- various measures to reduce state has the opportunity of developing its .. Mae Lily Stone I Prewitt's room has been playing' with a program;::; on Robert Louis Stevenson I

ress. extravagance, urged a reduction of Industrial advantages Increasing its.. Richard Bcslor and Seek, Jump Rope, Leap I as follows: I

It was the deliberate judgment of the number _of circuits of the state, pay rolls, placing taxable property on Business Manager Van baseball and basket ball. The America, sung by school. I

Congress that these duties thus imposed and so profound a sentiment did he its tax books and fighting the so- i I of Miss Williams' ,and Miss Pet- Scripture reading, J. D. Hooker. I

fall clearly within the rule arouse that a big majority of the' pres- called! depression !in Florida with I rooms have missed their Prayer, by class. I

The Tattling Tarpooter is I Ii exercise under Miss Will Life of Stevenson, Julia Ann Oglesby.
laid down and adopted, to wit, mens.'uring ent members In their campaigns madeit : Florida grown and Florida manufactured -

the differences between the a platform pledge, fully agreeing I products and a Florida SUN i weekly ,by the Ninth grade of I they claim they are geting stiff Windy Nights, sung by class. I

SHINE smile! Clewiston school. ,In order to Some of them played base The :Moon, Dick Patterson. _
cost of production at home and with the Governor. What theso legisl- I
such I around the labor and any glory with the boys, under Miss Pet- My Shadow, sung by class. ;,
abroad.It lators, having won out on promises
be in the job the editorial The Cow Waldron. ii;
might direction. Miss Petteway's Margaret
is believed that the duties car- will do, la problematical. The DO FARMERS; MAKE i I N
|i is changed every three weeks. was liked by everybody ex- My Bed Is like a Boat. sung by class.
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ried in the law do not exceed that trouble will be that they will want I THE BEST HUSBANDS?
I week's issue and today's have If there Whole Duty of Children John Mowry'
: the two teams playing. ,
standard in any instance, but, on the the "other fellow's circuit cut out, -
I supervised by Betty Spicer as tho Bed III Summer by class.
; been a grandstand crowd, sung
claimed io has started country
contrary can justly be or enlarged.It I Somebody a

most instances to fall below it. is safe to say that nine-tenths of wide argument, by, assorting that j in-chief. The class contributes :'s would] have expressed them

An effort Is being made by importers the people of Florida: are in accord farmers make the best husbands. "My Irish Rose" went over big with pop bottles. The crowd HINTS TO HOUSEWIVESSALT

wbosfl Interest It IB to obtain with the Governor in this relation. Figures quoted by Wheeler McMIllen Friday at its- first performance the umpire called a ball a rOR FLAVOR

wellas which has Associate Editor of the Country I again at the request and a strike a ball. Frenchy
Certainly
these green vegetables, as every newspaper
Many Eave been found for
fruit, as cheaply as possible, to expressed itself on this subject during Home a national farm publication, I Thursday night. The :show knocked a ball down .by the salt. uses
The of makes it
have the duties lowered.If the past two years in in hearty show that while 15 out of every 100 I the faculty. and friends to The players said the ball variety uses

they: should succeed more than accord with the ideas of Governor city marriages end in the divorce I Ottt 3 W 9U.l S'Cl IOOUOS GIU( ul\ r : a foul but the umpire said they very important in the life of every ,
1 household.
It is fundamental
I a seasoning -
with the pupils and
likely consumers will not be benefit- Carlton: in these premises.The court' only seven out of every 100 season I playing doubles and they had

ted but the profits of the importerswill taxation committee headed bV farm marriages are dissolved by the pleThe Wallace Orchestra i I 1 play the alleys! I live. It without makes food which we could not
I more palatable.
I some snappy music Including boys were much ,disappointed I
increased. Perry G. Wall recommends a reduction -
be Judge.
banjo solos which were Canal Point did not aftE1r I When used properly, it brings out theflovor
play
There are some American citizens of circuits, but The Floridan does From that display of statistics, _
I enjoyed. ..... ,of food and at the same time
who have gone to Mexico and other !; not believe that it goes far enough. the average women, may readily ,deduce iston went 45 miles to play. stimulates
II Ed Butler' scream from the taste nerves so we enjoy -
'I was a think of Canal Point we
competing countries where they can It leaves, entirely too many circuits. that the surest way to have a we
the flavor.In .
obtain cheap labor, avoid the cost of We babe most excellent judges, arid permanent marriage is to say "yes"to to finish. He took his part print. The boys have been prac- I and Sauces.-In and
Soups
well even though he was '" "te1v but soups
ly not vigorously.
fertilizer acquired< or lease lands at other court officials but it is very a farmer. ", ; so '
I laziest in the county. have sauces salt should be added the first
the man orHaven and Canal Point
'. low prices, and they wish to have plain that they do not do sufficient ]Mr. McMIllen admits that "perhaps 'I thing. The is obvious
scheduled to play reason ; it requires -
I Williams was down and interest is stare
their products reach Ameircan mar work for the salary obtained.It It does not follow that because twiceas us
long cooking to get the blend.
the old maid but was
of in baseball.
kets on practically a free trade basis.It is earnestly hoped that the corning I .many city people ,get divorces, part I I I All seasonings in ,dishes of this sort

is to their interest to escape all I ; legislature will conform to the j. therefore farmers and their wives are : away on Friday morning. Miss I to Betty Spicer: Got a date should '
be added ]
took her part as well as her the show? early in the process
duties as far as possible. wishes of the people of Florida and twice as happy together." I' but salt first.
I without a hitch. Mrs. Stewart as ",: No, I never have dates. 1
These ,are mainly the forces that 'to the plans of Governor Carlton in I He has been asking farm people, ) For Salads. Salt in tomatoes
don't
sweet allowed to.
we not
.are now askking the Tarriff Commission these premises. No man knows better both men and women. about it, and was so .
helps to the flow
stop of juices ansi,,
I I could twist body around : Why?
every
to reduce the duties on green what the Judiciary can do, and they don't all give the same explanation -
finger., Mr. Heard- got plenty of I : Mother thinks I'm :too little. so conserves the flavor of the v
vegetables now provided in existing what the state needs in this regard One farm woman said in the tables.
'' when he stormed about being a would like to have:
I j I you:
than does the Governor and The Florirlan present of her spouse that so far as With
law.There 'fur' man. Mrs. Beardsley was a line of radio talk cucumbers, salt crisps the
is no doubt but that if, they hopes that ,aside from recom- she was concerned the answer' was : ., delicate slices
in tightens up the pores,
j band-hunting busy body a I aw-"'s nerve .
,, should succeed the markets 'f r'our mending and urging reduction that that she didn't care about changing:: I I II 1 so to speak and gives the
vegetablelife
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make-up. Her hair was pulled Georges tongue
: vegetables will be taken away fromus the Governor will take the time and husbands, because the one she had and
j' tight she could not close her long legs vitality.
our growers'.will be ,unable to compete trouble himself and map out/the new was bad enough. I With such things
She did not get her man but Lily's] hen cackle as water cress,
our farms will be abandonedto circuits. He has given much thoughtto Another farm woman supposedthat i celery, endive salt should be added
t hit with the audience. ] mouth ,
made a lesby's pretty .
a large extent, our production will this, and his ideas should prevail. the reason farmers got fewer : I directly, of .
i Petteway was greeted with a bice feet course.In
be very much reduced, and the indus -Marianna Herald. divorces was because they couldn't !: Chocolate Dishes.-In all choco-
at every entrance. We wonder )" Hall's curly hair ,
try will not be able to survive. afford it. One cynical-minded farmer late, dishes
and
makes faces like that at her 1 Clnrlc'i: ] brarging; : line \- sauces salt takes off
This is very important matter to YOU CANNOT CUT EXPENSES BY : remarked bluntly that "wives are the I I the too sweet effect
and out
I brings
I Mr. Prewitt managed his Outhr'e's; movie face
Florida.Its REDUCING EMPLOYEES hardest farm problem to solve" I the true chocolate flavor.
like real Englishman. Mrs. tlicrc'r' }-v Patterson's cuddly form
importance is indicated by the By Geo. R. Hilty. I The facts about the farm and mar- With Eggs.-Poached eggs must he
was stunning: we would enjoy pink cheeks
report of the Florida State Marketing I moth- riage, Mr. McMillen declares as a result done in. water well salted. The salt]
Several ago a firm discharged vamped by her. Mr. Smedley : slepTiJn' sickness
Bureau for the season 19291930. of his Investigation, are these: keeps the whites'' from running and
three employees, who were good Ia.wyer'and looked grand } Green's grades.
This repor'tshows that 55 counties I I that the wife is closer to her hus so spoiling tlie of the
heads of families. These employees stove pipe hat. Herbert Blate I appearance
: of the State produced 43,863 car loadsof band's .business on the farm than In '
together were paid 350.00 in salaries. "The" prize part. He made love to class In biology is to be highly] eggs.
green vegetables., any other oc"upation. home n Grapefruit.--If
This business was breakking just a charming heroine and made on the clever poster, grapefruit, is un-
It is scarcely necessary to say more the farmer's office and his factory
usually add It
sour, a pinch of saIL
little better than even and the members I I hearts go pitter pat. HI, of which every let
to indicate that the growers are vI- is the landscape outside Mr. McMil will surprise how
much the flavor

of the firm felt that by discharging This month's report for first was formed by a wild flower ,Mrs. you
tally concerned, the carriers, and the len explains. "From the first furrowin I 1 will be mellowed by salt rather
the three employees and shows that the best records L., Stewartawarded prizes to each '
people generally resisting the ef- spring to the end of the year, the I' than
oubling the work of others, they made by Martha Harris I sugar.
fort to disturb the tariff now provided work goes on under the farmwoman'seyes. With Potatoes Baked.-To give
would Increase their net profit per Owen, Kenneth Nall, Hagar following poem was composed po
by law. Naturally her interest ,in it Is I II tatoes boiled in ,
month by just that much. Well, to I Bobbie' Collins and Edna Loiter. Roberta Cpicer, a pupil in fourth their Jackets the delicious -
After the law shall have been in more intimate than if her husband'sdaily I I II flavor of baked
make a long story short-they didn't.It :I The exhibit of the Clewiston : This is published as written potatoes, put
operation a sufficient time to demon- toil ment'no more to her than an unusual amount of salt
seems that other ''institutions laid. at the first annual Flower i The Animals and the Insects is. the wa
strate whether any ill effects would the possibility of a new ice-box, a I ter-one-half'
off employees, too. They all wanted[ the Upper Glades Farm and w a little rabbit cup to one quart of wa-
result from its enforcement, there new dress, or a new car out of his ter.. If potatoes are boiled in
salty
to increase their profits-or save their Club was fairly creditable. Now had a bad habit
might arise some. basis for some of pay check. She is a partner in the 1 water for 10 minutes before being
'I'we
business-by reducing employment. know what a beautiful and eating cabbage all day. :
the complaints those moving in this business as well as in the home. placed in the oven will bake
they
There may have been other ways of I esting affair a flower show a little mouse
_, attack have set up. There are fewer divorces among rapidly and require less heat.
economizing. but we will not discuss hope that more enthusiasm and had a little house, .
It woull seem quite clear that this farmers, I think, because they are too
them in this article. The, fact remains I iter exihibts will be displayed underneath the farmer's hay.
hasty effort to modify the law beforeits busy, and also because they are hap Everglades Offers Winderful Site t
I that they were more concerned about year. one, day,
effect, has been shown is premature pier in their home than most city For National Park
I Increasing their profits by reducing Francis Wright won first l> the farmer was away,
to say the least. folk.
Duncan U. Fletcher. their help than they were about In- the wild flower exhibit with a mouse crept out of her house. offending Indian to remain in bed fora

\ I creasing their sales. If a business! Is Tax Coleclo Is Having Book'fs bunch of wild iris; J. D. Hooker did not know I day or so. There are no permanent

on the decline. there are just two al second with a collection of wild to hoe. burns-only a temporary. painful con-
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KILL IT QUICKLY Audited To Check For Shortage
ternatives, i i. e., .----, -- erg. Roberta Spicer qxhibted a she let her garden, grow. dition which has proven very effective

>_ .'There are those in various parts ot | Creating new desire for commodities James L. Taylor has been a resi- ,;, quet of water lilies, Jimmy Hall had no feed,. in keeping most of the Seminoles

; Florida who continue to urge a sales or services to be sold, by scheming ''ent of Henclry county for hang years turtiums and J. D. Hooker a had nothing to heed, along the tribal "straight and nar

'tax mid a tax on intangibles. And planning and using all available and was elected Tax Collector of We ore quite sure that J. D. is all F know. row." These Tndians can be seen frequently

those people will have a well organ- ( wits to promote sales; and by AD- Hendry county three years ago. He Is er will make a good preacher, that spring is here, more of paddling their home-made

ized lobby at Tallahassee endeavoring j i VERTISING consistently and persistently well known: over the county and very serious about his may feel the urge to poetry. :Send; canoes from the Tamiami Trail, the

to incorporate, the same in some those commodities which will those wlio know him do no tbeliove Billy Davis will be' a good your contributions. I only;, road which penetrates the area,

alleged taxation corrective, forgetful I I j ntract buyers through the local] press. !I I t'.t! :pt! any shortage will occur in his nouncer. He has a good voice bb) Hare visited us Monday at- joining west and east coasts.

that they would be irritants and; add i Cutting expenses by discharging I I books. Nothing can be said or done enunciates clearly. June The Everglades also came into puh-

to the burdens already heaped upona employees until! the auditor completes the work. seemed to feel the rd Bestor was absent last lie prominence through two recent
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long suffering people. j Now the three wage earners referred "t is not known just how long it will the singing and did a good job because of illness. disastrous storms, one of which took

The sales tax a year or so ago to, with their families, aggregate -, take to make a complete audit of his Mrs Prowitt room has some Cato of Arcadia was the guest a toll of more than 2,000 lives when

looked threatening, but the militant. fourteen persons. When they records. pupils-! it. J. D. Hooker and Marcia Avant on Sunday. the wind literally blew the water out
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upstanding and loyal press of Florida ., were discharged, their purchasing I I Hines made E in reading, in Junior High boys and girls I of the lake and overflowed the land

exposed it and moulded sentiment power was stopped. This affected the Fa''I! Play h Ft* Hit At Sr/n-// cvadc.: Those in second are trees on the side of the high for miles around. The area contains

Whereby the proposition was supposed I j I I grocer butcher, shoe store, clothing On Last Friday Night ![ vis, Julia Ann Oglesby and Dick] east! of town 'Friday afternoon I the most fertile land in the world.

to be "deader,than a door nail." i,I and dry goods merchant, doctor. I terson. Those who made 100 per I I Junior High baslet.ban teams however, not excluding the Nile Valley -

However, the advocates of the sales j druggist, movfng picture theatre. carried her part well and failed to i-1 spelling] for the week in that I II I a crowd of rooters' motored to '' Agi{cultural products literally

tax have revived their efforts and ; Tandlord, taxes, etc. It affected every .-f-n n*, nothing. Later Maurice Introduces I are. Ralph Thomas, J. D. i Point last Thursday for a grow with a speed which is astounding
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will march on the legislature in ,an I business In the community, state and his sister to Rose and as the Florinc Finch, Eston Scott, I II I II i but Canal Point did to those accusloined to farm!! \
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efforts to have a sales tax bill passed. I nation and reacted upon the firm curtain falls Rose finds out that:: Maurice I I j Blues, Lothea Walls, Joe Loiter, I II 'I play us. There was a misunder in the ordinary manner. So rich 'i f'l[

'Kentuck had the same sort of alleged it!=elf. The $350.00 a month in wages I is really true to her. I i Patterson, Annie Finch, I Ir I between. the Canal Point the muck soil of the Everglades that

tax reformers a few years ago, I had t :a trade turn-over value of $7000a II 1 I It was indeed a jrrcst row''", and the t t Thomas.! June llcokker, Joan ) and the Clewis ton business It-has become common to describe It

and 'in its thoughtlessness that state \ month. By discharging these three I faculty is to be congratulated on giving and ,JnlJann O iesby. There cr about the time of the game. even In other parts of Florida as good!

actually passes a sales tax measure, men. this firm contributed to local (. such a high class play. Ola Pette- so soma poorl writers. Junior' I extend our s 'mpathr' Miss: I enough! for fertilizer. And such use

and the report of 1930 shows that state and national depression and j way pla*:in": thc 'n"t of tho hired pupils had bettor improve in !I a :5 who was called home on actually has been made of it in some

the total .received from 16,374 stores : brought disaster to its own business. !J girl was exceptionally:: good. Everyone wjlMt; ''! to beat JamtA Ilinss!:!, (I on ocrount of the death of her i instances.

reported, only an average of ?4.01 per '! They forgot tliat their business was .I' taking part In the show must Holland. Joe I.eUer. Zelda Smith ?:\r.: She has not returned as yet; i The Kissimme river, Fisheating

store approximately $60,000 and In''I I I eo closely fnterwovcn with. the business have spent hours studying their part. Najily:! Goiger."h mother is still seriously ill with; Creek and Taylor's Creek drain a total ..

the name! of heaven. how would a of the world that what affected I dot P Hr.n r'as; 0'" r.?'tf\c1 or for;0t.I ". (" 'r} SroMt moo-tins wcu :cl11.3. of some 4.176 square mjles of

paltry 65.000 relieve( the taxation 'I "no reacted upon all within the 'I t
burden of Florida? I tr?dJng circle. For exampleA was enjoyed by every one present. It ; 'J1.I8 Dowd from West Palm B In Mrs. Stewart's room Tues:; in LaKe Okeecnbbea, one of the great-

A sales law would cause the\ con-.'!I Department Store employee age ,,- was such a success that those who : wag with us. Mrs. Kerr and !i morning. Rlrs. Stewart appointed I.cat fresh water lakes In the nation.At .

sumer to pay a cent or two more on "- > twenty sales n day. Increase piled to see It Friday night pro.vailprf I Dowd took r\anQ] of the captains of the two basket ball I normal levels the area of the lake

every dollar for his food and clothes -.p- o" the Department Store by ( nnnn llm facM-Uv; to five another .V", ""-M:: the, t sts!: of m t S captains of two ticket selling approximately 725 square miles, or

but the merchant must: also maintainan twenty I and a job is created for an- showing 'Thursday. night 1 11Pf..bts. Because of the matinee ': ". They chose their own sides nearly a half million acres



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., FRIDAY. APRIL, 3 19931 CLEf VIS TON NEWS CLEI'I'1sT tDN. FLORIDA PAGE FIV

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: : : w and Douglas Thomas shopped in Ft. served to
the little guests, they Juchdci J
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',, Myers Tnesaa '. Mary and Ida ine
Forrey,
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.. Cl- B. C. Robbins of Tdinpa, is in La- Burke, Blanche and Francis Mastu

: : : caVC? f : : LABELLE NEWS Belle this week attending business t I rial: : :* Mary Alice Smith, Florence

: I Mrs. A': '. .>-:. VM; L. l's ,1', .. is. Ho-K'es: Grace Cason, Alice Hull and

.. MRS. LEMUEL HOWARD Pal[(. Mrs., A. L. 1a3lr.' anal: KOV 1';. Patsy Hcalh, Boys were Carson Miller .

Mrs. I.. A. Morgan, Jr.. Phone 369'ti f Carleson wee ril-logatis- the State Emory Underhill, Winston Rider,
__ __ 1 -= :: = \)\ llissionan that held m !"
j ggg =ygfg ?: gg : g : Society was Wiliaid i Williams
: = : : : :: : : = = = c : J : = : ::C"J:: and Julius Moon.

I Clewiston in -, Fort Myers last Wednesday. Small enjoyed a,fish fry at Fisheating
Mrs. L. N Smith returned borne Sunday :Monday. Bob Hancock of was .1'0 hi week

after spending a week with relatives LaBelle Friday on business. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hall of Paho- Mrs. Grmer hill motored to Brooks- Creel Monday ,night. I

e In Avon Park. j j I i I :Mr .and Mrs Roy Green, son Roy I Mr. and :Mis. Bill Stallings are the kee spent. the -week-end with Mr. ville last voo'c end to visit iclatives. The regular monthly meeting of the
Mrs., Carl E ttoyer is spending a
I j I jI I r ant:I Louis Morgan jr Motored to proud parents'' of a baby girl which Hall's parents, Mr. and :Mrs. W. Hall.A Parent-Teachers association will behold
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few days nt home. She has boon
Canal Point Thursday night to attend arrived last Monday. Mother and 'ba benefit dance was given at the I next Tuesday night at the
Mrs. Claude Downs, Troy Puryear I
staying In Fiostproof for several
I basket ball between Clew- by are doing fine. LaBelle Fireman Hall Saturday night grammar school auditorium.Last .
; the game
and Mr. and Tilts. Louis Morgan and j, weeks looking after business inter J Jes
istou and Canal Point Mrs. Ed Yeomans and son, Bill, with very much success. meeting was the time for the
end ot
week
son Louis jr. were guest t:,.
-' Mr. and Mrs Fred Puryear at Everglades were among the many Fort Myers Mrs.\ B. L. Dulaney and Mrs. Dikes annual election of officers but due to

City last week. Judge George W. Wlntehurst of Ft visitors Thursday. j.I I motored to Fort :Myers: Tuesday.Mrs. 1 1 I Mru. II., A. Dykes left for Miami the inclement weather the attendance

Myers spent Tuesday in Clewiston on Mrs Grover Hill and daughters and Royer and children, Patsy and Tuesday after spending; tho winter In was small and tho election was postponed .

business Mr. Lancaster visited Mrs. Hill's parents .., King, Ethel Enfinger, Marie Malok- LaBelle. until the next meeting. Mrs.

Miss Jayme Williams left Fridayfor Mr. and Mrs. Akins (Brooks- askey and Joo Rilsey picnicked at the Nelson Igon returned to his home Tames Heath has the program in \
her home at Richland, Ga where II II'I I' charge.
Max. L Christie of Jacksonville is vlllo this week. Stanley Akins returned 'I Fort Thompson clay pit Sunday in Butler. Mo., after spending the.
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she was called on account of the death I
spending this week Clewiston on home with them. Mark Pool, Mr. and Mrs. Roy ,I winter in Florida, the. latter months I The Parent-Teachers State Convention
of her father.
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business Mrs. Douglas Thompson and son, I' Hurst and children motored to Naples in LaBelle. I will be held in Fort Myers I

Jr., and Mrs. George Poole visited Sunday to visit Mrs.' Hursts' sister I I Mrs. Lottie B. Langford of Fort I Wednesday the 18th.

Bob Hancock, Troy Puryear and :\1'. Jim Clements of Fort Myers 'Mrs: Thompson's, sister, Mrs. Mills, I I.i Louis Thomas of Felda was a La- Myers is the guest of Mrs. Sam Car I III Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ross have re I

Louis Morgan; spent Wednesday of was a business visitor to Clewiston M t Clewiston Friday. Belle visitor Monday. son for the week. turned from Okeechobee where they \

a j last week in West Palm Beach on bus Tuesday Among those who attended the Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Collins and Mr. I'II Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Riley and Mrs. I have been for the past few weeks.

:. .iness.Kirs.. dance in Fort Myers Thursday night and Mrs. Crews saw Will Rogers in :', Vivian Howard made a ,business trip Rev. R. E. Carleson will hold an

"" Troy Puryear motored to Frost Pro- were Leland Crews, Mildred Rhodes, "A Connecticut Yankee" Sunday at to Clewiston Monday afternoon. I I Easfer service in Ford's Park Sunday

, : Ann Normand of Jacksonville Monday! on business. Arne Presnell, Dorothy Howard, Ventflc'e thq Arcarle theatre. I Judge J. H. Caldwell and grandsonJoe I morning at 6:30: o'clock. Everybody

'.' was a guest at the Watanabe hotel ov Miller, Madge Cox and ,Mrs. Drew Hampton of LaBelle spent Caldwell, have returned from I invited.Mr. .

'.. er the week end. Mr and Mrs R M Hare spent Sunday Sam Carson and Wade Hampton.Tom the week-end with his wife in Fort I Bristol, Tenn., where they were called and Mrs. R. A. Stevenson visited k'

i "..'.'; at Lakke Placid returning home Poole and Johnnie Cochran Myers., several weeks ago by the serious! Illness relatives in Venice the past week I

1 ... Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Davis are the by Okeechobee City visited friends in Moore Haven Sun- :Mr. nnd Mrs. Harry Turner or I of Mrs. Joseph Caldwell.. end.

parents of a baby boy born Wednesday dav. decision visited Mrs. Turner's parents ?Ill'. and Mrs.\ Ray Hurst of Oxford Mrs.! E. M. Corvette, Mrs. M. J.

mI;' ," of last week Miss. Elsie Hare and Miss. Francis Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Mills of Clewiston "Mr.! ::tlc1frs.! H. L. Delaney Fla., were the week-end guestsof Bush and Mrss W. P. Arledge were

\ ftj.V" \ I :\lonioe will motor to West Palm Fri- visited Mrs. Mill's parents, Mr. Sunday. W. E. Godbold and Mrs.\ W. P. Fort Myers shopper Monday.

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Kattner. and Mr. day,and be guest of Miss Francis Tip- and Mrs. S. 13. Crews Sunday. Mr*. R. T. Collins, George Poolo Andrews.Mrs. '\Tr. J. M. Wiggins of Bartow wa ;

',: and Mrs Fred O.Neal and Mrs. Jim U C f over the w'eekelld., Mr. Patterson of Pe'nsacola has accepted Edna Allison, Selby and Roy. a business visitor. in LaBelle on

,; Banks motored to Ft. Myers Friday. the position formerly had by Green motored to Fort'Myers Sunday Wednesday. i

..' -' Mr. and Mrs. R H Hare motored to Mr. Livingston with the state. I afternoon. Curley Wickers formerly of the 4- ,

:; ; ': Troy Puryear Made a business to Ft. Myers on a businessand shopping Mr. and Mrs. Bill Blount attended I Mark Poole and W. E. Godbold motored : way Service Station has accepted a ,

;;. > : LaBelle Friday Clip combinedMrs. the show in Fort Myers Sunday. I ".to Naples Sunday, where they position at Bonita Springs.Mr. .

.'. Mr. and Mrs Lawrence Williams were dinner guests of Mrs.\ 'Valter' Kirby Thompson of Okeecho- ,

:' Sam Hooks returned to his home i have to Vero Beach. Surrency. bee
George Abbots of South Bay moved was a week-end visitor in La-
;: ;. :',.." :. at Americus. Ga. after a short visit is ill at the Lake View hospital. Roy Stubbs was in LaBelle Tuesday pPOWER$ Commissioner Fred Dunaway and I Belle.

::'; ': with Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Hooks on business. c I ICOMPAN' Marvin Taylor of Felda were busi- Mr. E. E. Hermie of the State Road

". :,,"-. E. E KKelley attended county com Howard Phillips ,of Canal ,Point ness visitors in LaBelle Monday. I Department left Saturday for his

. S ;a (' Mr. and Mrs. 'Neil Stewart and Mr. spent the week-end with friends in Mrs. B. F. Dulaney and son, Billie, home in Tampa.Mr. .
J",; f missioners meeting at LaBelle Tues-
.; -' and Mrs., R. A. Shaw motored to La- LaBelle. and parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Dykes .
: and Mrs.
day Ray Hurst or Lees-
:: ; '.::1: _' Belle Sunday Louis O. Gravely was a business(: left Tuesday by motor for their homo burg
are visiting Mr. and Mrs. W.
: ., in Fort Myers Monday '. in Washington, D. C., after spendingthe
visitor
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entertaIned Andrews
Mr. and Mrs. J K Mwery' jr and Mrs Hurst's fatherW.
.: Mr.\ and :Mrs. W. E. Cato and child Mrs. Lottie Langford of Fort season in LaBelle.J. .
.-t at three tables of contract bridge E. Godbold of LaBelle. this week.
:. ren DorriSv Frank and Mary of Arcadia ers is visiting her sister Mrs. 1\Ir.\\ G. Martin spent Monday and Mrs. C. E. Weaver
at their home Wednesday night of. and children
i ':' .: were guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Tuesday in Clewiston attending busi
Hsteek High score awards were --- Nellie and Billie visited friends in
I ; Avant and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Cato ness.
: .!given to :Miss. Beatrice KettI and W. Fort Myers Saturday.
jr. on Sunday. R T. Collins T. R. Collins, Smilly
t C Owen. Those attending were Mrs Mrs. E. L. Rogers and Mrs. Annette
Williams Jessie McClelan and R. R.
4 ', .,, /!aude Downs. Miss Beatrice Kettl. Delaney were in Clewiston
'.: :Mr. and Mrs. W..; C. Hooker and PALM BAKERY Mrs. Heath entertained the seventh
;Mr. and Mrs. W C Owen, Mr. and Friday on business.Mr. .
L Mrs. Fred Maxwell motored to West S. sarde with a class party at her home
!Mrs J G Allshands, Glenn Heard, Mr and Mrs. 'j. C. Riley and Mr.
:.,/ Palm Tuesday on a shopping, trip. Wednesday night. Games were played
and Mrs.. T. E. Gonterman. and Mr 1 and Mrs. George Poole motored to

.... :ind Mrs'J K Mowery sr After a number .....,. Patronize your home ir, .lus,trits. ,.-:> and delicious refreshments were Fort Myers\ Thursday on business.
Miss. Ula Jacobson spent Sunday
" 1i: '' of progressions delicious refreshments -
t in Moore Haven with her parents Mr. 0'I
; were served.. : : :==::: :
..T. J. BRANTLEY & SON
and Mrs. P. M. Jacobson -
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;" were guest of Mr. and Mrs. M.H,, ryjr and !Mrs R Y Patterson were a
guest at a buffet luncheon given by
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'. Airs: Bert Winters at her home in :
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? Mr and Mfr\ s. W C Hanson motored West Palm Beach Tuesday honoring I L' -
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'., to West Palm Beach Sunday.J the members of the Girl S<;out Council I J JiMm.BE I '. 4s-' r

\,', of West Palm Beach and Clewiston. -

,r. J Dallas of Fort Myeis vas a visitor 'Mrs Edy of New York, National l .; :' "'.f .', \ S

:,. to Clewiston Sunday President of Girl Scouts gave. an interesting H \ \-

talk on Fundamentals of n 4)

'; F. S. Davenport of Atlanta, Ga. arrived Scouting. -eits: suitable for the emergency

: Wednesday: and will make his A MODERN MOTHER HUB- meal usin gstaple ingredients which Pure Guernsey Milk !} J
BARD-KEEP AN EMERGENCY j'j'I
home at the Watanabe hotel. Mr. most households have on hand.
SHELF
from the
Davenport is one of the government Candid2lc; / Arc Wording Hard For ; Banana Logs

engineers. News Sub. clp! Piizes C large bananas
on Hubbard wouldnvt have I
Old Mother
3 sps, lemon juice Im I\I
had to disappoint her hungry canineor CLEWISTON DAIRY COMPANY
l\ r. and Mrs. B L Bigelow from Elba 1 egg white : Ii \
.. and will close. We will let every one guess herself either if she had lived in .
N Y arrived Thursday 1-2 cup heavy cream 1
the standing and one person's guessis I
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1931 and maintained
an emergecy 1r
spend several months in Clewiston.Mr. 2-3 shredded cocoanut
cup [ Phone 333
?s good as another. We feel this' sholf. The modern housewife has rendered { Sugar a Highway ;
and Mrs. Bigelow are stopping at 1 1.2 tbsps, powdered sugar
method will benefit each and every such dismal events as out of
the Watanabe while here. w111'enUrelr Cut the bananas into four slices
club memmber, as it
date as the shapeless garment named
I crosswise. sprinkle with lemon juice.
eliminate any chance. whatsoever, of for the Mother\ Goose heroine. On her
John W Harper and George Fer er1 i Stand each section on end in but-
'unfair tactics the close.
at pantry shelf is arrayed a stock of .
of West Palm Beach were visitorsto I
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son I tered glass o renamel baking dish. -
club members complaining
Many are
.. packaged and canned goods which
Clewiston Sunday I Beat egg white until stiff; then beat
how hard subscriptions are to get.
can be quickly turned into a dainty
Sure enough It takes wore to get dessert entree eaten without j, in the powdered sugar; fold in one-
ar or
E. Kowalk from Cuba is spendinga .
them. No one can expect to sit at I third cup cocoanut. Place a tables- .': ; = = =: = : : : : :::: :: ::::;::::
miner preparation. In addition, the : : = : : ::c ::: : :: = : : = = ,
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week'in Clewiston. home and have subscriptions come, to I I spoonful of the meringue on top each -,. '
a clever hostess' keeps on hand some .. .
r 'iIr\\ them, however, some seem to have baked delights to supplement the banana. Bake in a slow oven (300) :: .
I Mr. and Mrs. J R Hilton from Atm degrees F.) for 10 to 15 minutes. Re- ; l :
this mistaken Idea. If they were that
'-i Ala arrived Friday and will spend menu or provide a "snack" for the : !/:. ,
ore easy to get ,the publisher of this paper party at a moment's notice which is move to a serving plate. Serve withI .

several months here would have never offered these I I sweetened whipped cream in which
lavs.
almost a c'ton:: nowa
expensive and valuable prizes. If that the remaining cocoanut has been
If your )life-mate is in the habit of
t Hancock and 'Louis MorganI' !
Bob folded. Serves six.Twcntymijiute.
wondrful new automobile was not
libme friends without
bringing your
made a business trip to Fort Myers I I Trifle
liar t
worth working: for and working
: knowledge. or if your circle of friends ,..
I it would not be worth having. And 2 1-2 cups milk I
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I include "droppers in, the emergency A HOME AWAY FROM HOME .
the same holds true for the other 1.2 cup brown sugar
ingredients -
their wil1 cone in handy for
Awards.\ No one seems to lealue the to "piece out" the dishes and 1.4 tsp. salt -

tremendous the publisher of 3 tbsps. cornstarch
expense make tbem go farther and look pret
';1 this paper has ,gone to, just to give tier. 1.2 cup raisins TRY OUR.. 'SUNDAY DINNERS

w the people of the county a first class I 1-2 cup pitte ddates. ]

I t j newspaper. But in order. to accomplish I "Piecing-Out" Scald two cups of milk and add
.1 I To make several servings grow brown and salt. Mix corn-
this we will have to have the sugar '
: where only a few grew before) try starch with one-half cold milk .
full cooperation of each and every one I cup '
these: Add shredded cocoanut to and add to hot milk, stirring until
It takes subscriptions and many of hotel that
and board at
mix it with canned or I You can get a room our
puddings or '
them to make this campaign the huge smooth,, and tI'1i k. Add fruit cover

success we want it to be. This is your I fresh fruits to make a cocktail for and cook thoroughly In feel
OF dessert that looks festive. Canned Pour into will make you at .
minutes.
-IS THE MOTTO paper and we want you to make it at least twenty I

just the kind of paper you want it to I grapefruit makes an excellent cocktail molds to cool. Servo with cream. .. .
combined with\ lettuce anddressing
or "
Lace Wafers
,: be. t i .
THE CLEWISTON % .
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I a delicate salad. Pour flavored (For storage until needed)' .
Club members found quite a change .
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i S In the standing up to Wednesday I corn syrup and nutmeats over 1 cup brown sugar 1 -, .

LAUNDRY CO. night. It is easy to note what a material I I the: ice cream\ to make a professional 2 cups dark corn syrup .' '

sundae from the ice cream bought ..
:/ different a few long term sub- I 3-1 cup shortening ;

S -I:i fS&k j VIe win the blue ribbon for cleanliness I scripfions make. To those who are at the corner store. Use it. too to 1 tap ginger I ci 1 POPULAR ? r

J.tf $, ?, .. at the bottom of the list here is your I make a sauce to pour over the stale 1 tsp. soda ., EWIS.ONS: L.
*1 \r, and sanitation. Here ,you'll find I
hance to get at the top with a few cake used for the pudding or to glace 1 tsn. salt f I. j-
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:. the highest class of laundry work long term subscriptions. r the carrots, sweet potatoes or other 4 cnns pastry' flour or 3 cups bread : : : ,

CLEWISTON I loMv ve etahleR. Dates stuffed with flour and 1.4 cup cornstarch. :. .

". ..that money can buy because we exercise Miss Eoncile Stone .................... 975,000 I cheese may be added to the salad 1 cup seeded raisins t WATANABE: \ :HOTEL t 1.
THE I
a lot of c:1re'and make cure Miss Jewel Lowe ............k....... 965,700 I servings to make enough to "go 2 tips baking. powder. --'

Miss Elsio Hare .............,....:...... 960,500 II 'rouml." and the plain dates make an Put ccolclusr! oil. sugar, syrup). ginger -, : :
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l that you will be' pleased. .Mrs., Pete Wilson ?.:..?.. :..:......... 715,000 I admirable addition to the homely I and salt into saucepan: to ethcr.I .
r,1f1S. CLAUDC. DOWN'S. Mzsnasr-
LABELLED': I baked apple. Canned pimientoes aren I Stir mixture until it lolls' : then boil

r: Miss Annette DeLaney ,:,.,....... '9G1.000 mciiiR of eking! out the entree and i 'five minutes. Pour into bowl and stir

CLEWiS TON Mrs. George Pool.."................ 960OOD I nro a 'ren} lIfe-saved:' In tho preparation ( I I in flour, soda and baking powder

t LAUNDRYlnc.J. Mrs! Vivian Howard ...,....:......... 712,000 i. nf salads and Bnmhvlches. Theroadvnrpnived I' sifted together until just stiff enough .-.....-. -._-=- -- ----------------.-----.---...
EL PASO AVE. &; SAN BONITA ST. BELLE GLADE deserts with a cornstarch II to dron from n. snoon. Add vn's'tn' and ------ --- i

/ \ -'l:' !ss Gladys Padgett ............. 710,000Its ln' w+. ire quickly turned IntocoUn:1rw drop by spoonfuls on to Bled! baking

.1 ) CLEMSTON Ai ?4 FLQPJDAj not where :you are this week I \ fihi' h.q. and come in. a multi- I sheet Bake In moderate oven. 375 I II

ibat counts, instead, its where you tnin4 f'rIvol'S! clPCTPGs F. eight to ten. minutes. Store I
If our 6/iow >U72tra Laundry I I t ._ u x7+ si-
let yourself be on Apri Hhe llth. Here arn two quifklv-mado dec- in tin box

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