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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 10, 1931
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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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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SIX IMPORTANT April 5 ......:...L.;........ 16.5 16.5I REGULAR SESSION' FROM MOORE 30 .......... 81 45 '' CHOSEN TO AWARD

I April G .44.; I....._.. 16.4' 16.4 March 31 .......,:: 83 65I -' _

April 7 ...........:. :: ..;.....,... 16.5 16.5 LABELLETUESMY VErfTO CLEVISTON I April 1 ...........:.. 82 58, TilE NEWS\ PRIZESAre

HOUSE COMMITTEES April 8 ..........:.......::..:. 16.6 16.6 I April 2 ............... 71 40 -

April 9 .. .. ........,........' 16.5 16.5 __ l.. April 3 .. .. ... .... 7 53
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April 10 ..... '....... ....... 16..1'' 16.4 I r-h .. S-l G.5 you going to _be in the finish
Will Approva ,CollateaL.'Bost-' Peeples Wires, Bet t e r 1
Serve on Drainage r triumphantly with an overwhelming

Bank ed by Bank of LaBellefor Maintenance Will Be !' number of credits, or are you going to
TRAMMELL
BASEBALL
Appropiation, SEASON r SENATOR
County Funds Enforced at OnceWord be content with what you have and

Game and LivestockWord see the efforts of those many weary

TO BE OPENED HERE I ENDORSES TARIFF ON weeks go to waste, and the rewardsof
The county. commissioners held has been received from the .
has just been received from the campaign wrested from
your
their regular meeting at LaBelle on state road department that better

Tallahassee that Representative E. L.. SUNDAY AT 3 P. 1 FLORIDA! : grasp by more enterprising: Club
Tuesday of this week- Those. attending maintenance will be had on the Moore VEGE TABLESUrges
Stewart has been appointed ou the Members. Success in an affair of
the meeting were Commissioners Haven-Clewiston road. In a message I
following committees: Appropriation, I I Ibis kind depends the keen judgment
upon -
E. E. Kelley. Clewiston; F. L. ,Duna- from Hon. J. H. Peeples to the Moore -
Bank, Drainage, Fisheries, Game arid'Livestock. I and immediate action. Through
Okeechobee Will Meet way, Felda; Solon' Crews, Fort Den- Haven Democrat he stated that after

aud; Ray C. Hull and chairman![Sel- a visit to the state engineer's:, office Florida Growersto out all history, people possessing the

It is not known it he was elected Clewiston Team on ., faculty of knowing a good thing when \
LaBelle. Clerk Tom
don STewart,
the chief engineer of the department
highway -
I chairman of any of the above com Hatcher&lso Get Busy and Protect they see It and grasping It .t the
School DiamondThe Hull and DepuTy Sheriff I ,had wired those in charge of
i' mittees. I right time have the good things
won
attendee the meeting. j ; the 'road to make whatever Their Interest
I With his banking experience. he necessary of this world (frequently at'the last
The minutes of the past meeting
local baseball '
season will be improvements were needed. Mr.
:t -should be able to give'"'the committee turn of the cards) while those undecided -
,., pried open here Sunday afternoon were read and approved. All l bills Peeples had been a strong' advocateof : Florida Senators, Park Trammell i;
on banking some sound advice regard | and afraid stand back and
alien Manager Butler nits? his young were paid and communications ;read. good roads in the Everglades and I and Duncan U. Fletcher, are working 'I j
ing the banking'situation in the state. I talk about what they might have
Clewiston hopefuls against a fast aggregation The most- important decision made never loses an opportunity to let the hard to retain the tariff placed on I done.
Stewart will Introduce
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Representative' hairing from across. the during the clay was the approval' of state road_ department know just how vegetables during the past session of r I
will Hen-
bill that effect I
a game lake in the opening! baseball game of the securities given the county ,bye the the loads ,In the Glades have been Congress. The End Is Near

dry County. He should hold a responsible the season. ., 'I Bank of LaBelle. The ,Labejle) bank neglected. According to information received
position on this committee. The end is but a few hours away,
Very little is known of the relative has up $40,000 worth of Colliers from both of our senators, efforts are I
',' It is understood that a bill will be $9,00015: ?' Traffic going from Clewiston to yet if you trust your own judgment as
stng-tII' the Okeechobee tossers. county bonds ,against about .. being made by those ,with selfish in-
Presented to the legislature, request- I : the county's monies. This is deemed' Fort Myers have been using the new I to your competitor's strength, ,based
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but if past performances is any Indication terests to take away from us our
ing that Lake Okeechobee be closed highway, this probably is one of the s facts and observation, there is lime
sufficient time. There :
the
at present
Manager Butler and his fav- home market and reduce the tariff secured ,
I'', to commercial fishing. We undrstand I ?has been much discussion oven the reasons why the people In Moore Ha- yet to stem the tide of defeat and turnit
orites are in for a busy afternoon. The in the Tariff Act of 1930 on our I
that the people in the Glades are opposed ttfe La- ven are busy; on the! road from Clewiston Into a sweeping victory.
kind
of security deposited by
local boys have been working out the vegetables and fruits.
' to the passage of this bill l and winter Belle bank. The bonds in question 4' to their city This newspaper' has urged Club
kinks in several practice ses-
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Senator Trammell, in letter to the
il with Stewart the a Members to do their
r Representative on best right along
sions and expect to give a good account are Collier County bonds. VJ, There is only a five-mile section of News, states: "Realizing that the
but it
should have good wishes
: committee they a now to lay particular
of themselves against their Tom Hull was instructed to [notify. the unfinished, which be
road can greatest obstacle to the success of the j
kill the bill if it should \ -( stress on the final
;' opportunity to necessity for boxlug
all those in bills'against the II
... older and' more exxperienced rivals. turning traveled with comfort at the present Florida growers vegables and fruits
committee.Mr. the situation
the
; be presented to squarely in the face
their bills 'In theclerk's
that
must be.
Manager Butler has not announcedhis county time. This section
is expected to be the
was rapidly Increasing
t Stewart: has been appointed on compeU.1 and seeing where it will be necessary
starting lineup but it is generally office before Wednesday., preceding complete ,within three weeks. tion from foreign products, I worked'
four committees that effect the Ever- i. to put forth your supreme efforts be-
expected'that, young William Hooks. the next meeting.of the'commissioners. '
'" with all ability and to obtain '
glades and its indutsry. Drainage, '' my energy tween now and the finsh if you wuld '
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great 14.y' aroId'high school pitcher r.t' ,: ,.: a reasonable high tariff in the' \
f Fisheries. Game and< Livestock. Drainage EASTER EGG be returned winner of. the Grand
who created such''a sensatin in this I HUNTIS Tariff j
13 our major problem_ while fishing Bill of 1930 on foreign products'competing ,: Capital prlz'e. \

game and livestock, give: a source section last' season, will, be his pitching L. 0. GRAVELY Jlt .: with our Florida ,veget-i I I

! of revenue to the people in the selection with his.. old battery : I HELD MONDAY AT ables and fruits. When the bill was I I l Count on Facts Only*

mate. Earl White. crack local catcher, enacted into law it embraced substan1tlal : '
I Glades. : j, I
Don't flatter
yourself that have
IS MADE you
receiving his slants. With such local ASSISTANT tariff duties on products which i .
favorites Wilson CIVIC CENTER PARK i already enough credits 10 win, cur you ,I
as Lefty o Reyer' Pete were most threatening and damaging I

NEWS WILL PUBLISH ,. Peter Nail and other old Clewis TO CLERKIs to the farm and grove industries of haven't. Don1think for one moment !

ton luminaries around the I READING I : that one or two millions credits I
covorting .
'it' our state. Now those who would, for
;:.._ field: fans':are. onfident ,pf ,a ,credit .' ,'J.. > .,...-1.,..;::' ','Ir.,.... .'. American. Legion and W. will be enough to win? for: it won't. l
:: WEEKLY BULLETINS .x ,w ,.,:.., I '--,"'" .!" -_ .' .,--.4.. i!. ....:.:. .. .... .. their own selfish ends, take 'away All the leading members 'that"class"
ahle showing I -> o:- : ,. are In \
and a ,great crowd is exp ".W,1 Classror;;: ChurchGive -' '. ;!iis'o'ur- '
from homemarketare seoKj
Nominated "Tom w''and:'
cted.I by right: I before the.final ..;;;2
Kiddies TreatThe j I ine; before the Federal Tariff commission scene comes into play you may expect' ,I II
IROMTALLAHASSEE I No admission wil be changed and Watson Defeats 12.
'. : ; to have the tariff secured in the
.,, the came will begin promptly at :3 II t these totales greatly enlarged Don'ttake
,, for Position Tariff Act of 19930 on our vegetables
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o'clock. community Easter egg hunt I i a single chance of losing the
:nn'd( fruits. In view of the effort be- [
I I : prize most desire It would beI ...
Will Informed was postponed' from Sunday after- j you !,
Keep County I ing made, I consider it essential
; very;
I. O. Gravely, son of Mr. and Mrs.)I noon until Monday on account of rain I better to win. with a million more !
IOWA LEADS NATIONIN for the Florida people interested dl-
on All Bills Introduced L. 0 Gravely of LaBelle, and a stu- Sunday evening.The 'j, credits than necessary than to fall
rectly indirectly in having maIn- I
.This Session r1nt at: the University of Florida was or short a few hundred thousand-rep
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.., American Legion, under the direction I J tamed the present duties on fruits and ,
.rtl' ) NUMBER OF BANK l"eterl 5ktant reading clerk in the I resenting a few subscriptions.

,House of Representatives' at Tallahassee of W. C. Owen, commander,. : vegetables to take the necessary steps

During the present season of the MondayMr. and the Willing Workers Class of the "to, vigorously; oppose those who seek Beware of Over Confidence!

legislature the Clewiston News will FAILURESLAST YEAR Community'Church sponsored the egg : reduction before the ,Tariff Commis-
Gravely jiHed'this responsible Over confidence has lost many bat .
Information
from week to week all "
carry hunt.: The were hid in Civic Center -j sion. .
Pnsrtfon rl"n'Tic:: the last, session of the eggs I' tles. Relaxation at this stage of the i
that will be of interest to thepeople' Park by a committee appointed j Senator Trammell advises all interested -
I I leot C1l9tnre and was nominated for the ,game is suicidal to success. Determination ..,,)
in Glades. 'L. Stwart
the E. Florida Banks Eighth in noitfOI1 from both organizations.There j parties and especially those '
with
Wat- relent
hv Representative Tom to win, coupled
local representative, and J. H. Peeples, around the Fake to get In touch with

representing Glades county will keep 'List of States Having' on of FHl'horoush: County. were nine prizes awarded to him at once and he will advise those less activity in. credit getting will

the children, the grand prize went to make any Club Membmer a winner. ,
the News informed of all laws intro- Banks Closed Interested
There were 12 applicants for the poI just what steps to take toI
Miss Betty Hooks, who discoveredthe ,There is no time to hesitate. What \
duced which will effect the people in sition. Mr.: Watson took the' floor In I defend the ,present tariff law. i
this section.' I I Golden egg. is to be done must,be done now To /!
In a comparative statement just received behalf of Mr. Gravely and was suc- etaol. cmtwy vo"gq cmfk cmfw cmfwyp ;
temporize is to let some competitor ;i
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Representative Peeples will fight from Comptroller Ernest Amos "oRcfnin having him elected to the The park was divided into sections, "
ahead and win the prize that i
sweep "
for the fish law that will control Lake showing the 'number of bank failuresin ': ocifion of reading clerk. according to the age of the children, 1

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GOV..CARLTONIS might have been yours. :,'
Okeechobee
while
Representative each state since January 1, 1925, every child'in the community found ,
L. O. .J!'. I is a senior at the University '
Stewart will introduce a game law to December 31. 1930, Florida ranks. plenty of Easter eggs. The affair wasa In the Dark <"j, i

that will effect Hendry' County. At I eighth from tjie top of the list. FlorIda : of Florida, and with his expen-- success and will become an annual OPPOSED TO SALES ';,I

the present time we have not heard j I PCP in for House should be well advanced ,At the present time the manager of "
II has had 209 bank failures since affair in the community.INSTALLATION "
of any legislation that will materiallyeffect I in the practice of law upon his this campaign is as much in the dark ',;:
19925, this includes both State and '
the people in the Glades sec I ,National banks. Tartuatio" from the' university. TAX IN FLORIDAIn as tb the amount of ,business obtained ;};:
OF P.-T. A.
tion. and placed in the sealed ballot box, 'Ii I
Iowa leads the list of bank failures
-A: J The \' Drainage Board will 384 BLADES THEATRE TO OFFICERS NEXT FRIDAYThe now located in The News office, as a I
during this period, with ; Minnesota -
have bill Message to House He the most casual observer which ,',i
a passed that will effect the
second with 313 Ne :
comes ; OPEN FRIDAY NIGHTThe ':'

Everglades lands. A full report on '"\ n 1. "'i:8011'1.: 309-!) South Da[.ras-I:: I Parent-Teacher Association Opposes' Laws' atBurdens makes the final wind-up extremely ).-'II

this bill will be given by the' News as will hold their regular quarterly teresting, if not exciting. .
''fit.; North Dakota: 251; Ceor 'a, ; Glades Theatre, It under the .,'i
soon' as It is given to the committee, Illinois meeting at the' school house next Fri Add The Final Rules ,;.
200. management of C C. Klutts, will open I )
on drainage. day afternoon at 3 o'clock. Installa- No. 1-Be sure your name and address .
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With the adverse p-bll" ity thatFJoMi riday night after being closed for ,
Clewiston has presented to Representative been I tion of the newly-elected officers will In his message to both branches of is on every envelope before '
his the
: receiving
.'.. Stewart a bill that will give United Statps over I 'xpproximatelv one yenr. Mr. Klutts feature the program. Mrs. Cleo Houze the state government Gov. Doyle E. _placing them in the ballot box. '..:,j
the five .
,- during past I Closed the theatre after the Sugar I 1
the Clowiston Company the right to I was elected president at the last Carlton expressed the sentiment, of No. 2-Under no condition will
bank failures and its
years regarding Company: : was placed in the hands of I
P.-T. A. Mrs. J. E. the of Florida when he credits be transferred from ono CluU
Incorporate the city of Clewiston any financial conditions !' meeting of the people op-
this
:: report proves '
'he Revivers am1 arce: !'terl a respon- : !
time within the next two years. This Piat other sections of the United Wynn, vice-president: Mrs. W G. posed a general sales tax. Member to another: This is an absolute .' :
lie ro-ltion with the United States"nefineer's
bill will Prewitt ,Mrs. Barney the House passed reso- rule and will be strictly enforced.No .
be about the same as the one'I States have suffered the same depres- secretary; Mrs. Thursday a
office located here. '
introduced'' last year. sion that' ,hit '"Florida. They, however ;, Thomas, treasurer, and Mrs. Jaymie I lution by the vote of 87 to 4 against 3-Second payments must be

We' have made arrangements with failed to receive the same publicity Mr. Klutts has selected "The Phanom Williams historian. Mrs. R Y. Pat I iny kind ot sales tax, this was done ,marked as such on the subscriptiontsub I

'. reporters to keep us informed of any that was given to Florida when of the Turf" ns Ms opening plc- tprson, retiring president, has guided *o inform the merchants of the state ; also put down the amount of the i I

: legislation that will effect our county. the 209 banks closed in the state. The Mire for Friday nizht.) Admission the local chapter of the ParentTeachi i that it would not be necessary to first payment. :i

', Senator Arthur Gomez will also give average citizen would have thought irlces have been reduce\*! so that all er Association for the past two years. form a lobby to fight any bills thatleht No. -1-Club Members may turn in :,I

I the News all the information that will that Florida had twice the, number of Children might have w opno-tunity to Mrs. Patterson I Is still active in the .., be introduced during the sea- their subscriptions and remittances

effect his district.Representative bank failures of any other state in the ape this picture. Children' will be ad- I work of the Parent-Teacher Associa- -ion; at any time before Saturday. 6 p. m. "'..'I

Clay Lewis, of Gulf Union. j i 1! mitten for 10 cents and adults for tion and will advise the new officers The ballot' box was' sealed on Wednesday
Carlton of his
County was named' Speaker of the, 1930 .>,:5 cents.'I /us the work progresses. Governor won one ) morning and is at the office of .;
During Florida had 109 banks
] points to be presented to the leg'slavnre The Clewiston News in Clewiston.The .'i
" House after a' very hot campaign'con .
to close and eight open; Illinois had -----' in his opening address when he
" ducted between Speaker Lewis and ,, I box will not be opened except: for
12(3( bank failures with ten to open; i ,. "' '. evened the present session of the
Petr Tomasello Okeechobee : 7'i:' : of Activities I (Please turn to page 2) 'i'I
Jr. of
'I Missouri, 104 failures with one to ,.:,'' c" ;, ''I,{..yo''! t.' ... ',ate legislature. There are'' other
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County: Senator Pat Whitaker. of open; 'Iowa had-S6 banks failures with : ;::" / .rE.lYISTON MILL of collecting tax that will give
"orms '
::1 I Hillsborough County was named .,;< ,'. M. D. WALDRON DRUGGIST ;
, none opened; North Dakota had 60
Florida relief without .
.tI president.of the Senate by unanimous .late Cal';: ",,,'Juiia. Total Sugar Made To BaD"C'oct.ty 'he people of AT ALSTON DRUG STORE -
and opened one; South Dakota 54, those who need the necessitiesf
'axing:
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To Date Made Date Ship pea
I f\r Tote' at the Senate caucus Monday onened one; Minnesota 22, opened 3; life. Then. It, would create thous:,
::' night I" Bags Bags Dr. M. D. Waldron, from GracevUle. ,
31
Georgia 2.
opened
., Tidi of political Jobs for 'men that "
r: Speaker Lewis and President Whit- i i Out of the 'nine states that had the ; ,-'Tcvlous 5 218,175.50 101,083 ,"ave no thought of the cost. Fla.,"'has accepted' the position as

&ker have been installed by both druggist with the Alston Drug' Com .
most bank failures, Florida ranks 1250
tpr1l1 1829.25 220.004.75 1214 102,307 From the expression' of the members of
;
'' University
bodies. ,Committees will be appointed ninth; In other words eight states In of, the House on Thursday It 'pany. Dr Walflron is'R
,,, 222125:65: 848 103,155 12'Apl'1l and comes highlyrecommended'
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"pdl Florida graduate.
:' the j
Union had bank failures durIng 21,20.90
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'government 6 I S would: seem that the c ernor is goln ""Mr; Alston Ho has

the year 199.0"than Florida had. 3 3494.90 225,620.55 .1725 104,830 1750 'o have harmony and that both to
', of next week.,, Both been employed by the Cash DrugCompany
: day branches are Nebraska'' opened 22 ot, the 44 banks .
I t' April 3729.85 229413.45; 1825106.705' 200P :'hrnnches of the government are roneto GracevlllOi Fla., for the
expected* to adjourn; over the weekend that failed during 1930 r Florida came ,4 at
follow his advice and thoughts
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{i.E to give. the, ex service men a next opened 57 out of thA 2000! banks April 5 2564.85 \31,978.30 18:11: 108,546 2000 along these lines. pat: several years.

f' chance to attend the Legion convention that have failed !since ?'25' 192!> were Dr. D. R. Moore, who formerly held
April 6 3267.00, 235,245.30 1309' 109,855 12.50 The state Income tax n'll' can be Alston Drug
the
which convened with
at
l Tampa P t Mr- bonks and 17' wnru Kttfonalbanks. this position

;, tJ Thursday.. Weight per bag 0' "10'IJ'W: !; pouJl.d. ,*; (Pt! M turn to n f? 2) Company, left Monday for Tamp




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THE CLEWISTON NEViS\ CAMPAIGN SATURDAY CLOSES NIGHT AoLic! r MCE IS. I


Published every Friday at LARGEST SOCIAL OF SCI1O1L. NEWS

Clewiston, Florida. he final counting[ and tabulation 01: :

the reports turned In by the Club :1

LOUIS A. MORGAN ..? Publisher Members.No. CLEWISTON SEASON
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Entered at the Postoffice at Clew- 5-It is very' important that in '-' PRINCIPAL .. '. Miss: Sara Greene i

'iston Florida, as second class matter. last few hours of the campaignall the dance .k:::',, '
the
ever held in CTewIston was _:; ., Mrs. / E. BeardsleyTEACHERS Mrs.; Nell S tet>>art .. J .
remittances sent in by Club l\l'em-1 One of the largest social events : .' '. '. .
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SUBSCRIPTION RATES : ." C. Prcniti I
hers or friends! to be deposited and card party given by the Catholic j I ;'" : ,. '.." tIvl(5. IV. 1
Cue Year .......,_.............................. $2.50 out in : 'Jr..r," : .... .:. '' .." .(fcMi \
ballot box. should be made Church at the Clewis ton Inn Monday >i>) .. -:'
Williams
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Six Months .................................... 1.50 lorm of post office or express money night. i ,, .. 'Miss1' Ola Pet'cway ,., <" :,. ::/,:. .. ,"{.", _; .: '.. ..J. :s .amt c '

Three Months ................................ .75 bank drafts, currency and certified 1 : Mr. George Smedley
orders I
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checks. NO PERSONAL The dining room of the inn was .--. ,_: ., .'.0' .t7" -
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ADVERTISING RATES ACCEPTED. Absolutely -\ used for dancing and was crowded r :'
Forty-five cents per inch. No discount CHECKS WILL BE will be refundedon from the time the music started until '.Ii"lie Tattling;< Tai'post .r Hooker's; '.eeventh birthday. I -Mouth-Evelyn 'Hare.Hnir .
no money
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for plates. No special position the \ the early hours of the morning.[ TIle -Catherine Wiandt. ,
paid In during
guaranteed. All advertising copy subscriptions I lobby was used for the card players :Miss: Petteway's room has an I Athletic Ability Mary Louise'Ogl-
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campaign.
must be in this office on Wednesday, and every table was filled the entire EDITOR Mary Louise Oglcsby',nounred: that they are really going to r j es by. ,

before issue of paper. No. C-The final. count of ballots evening. -_ have their ,food stand Saturday from
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:will take place immediately after G 'FRIDAY, APRIL 10, 1931VOLUME 3 to S. The stand will be built be- Our athletic reporters, :Merrel
chairman 'I '
Bester. general
FREE ADVERTISINGWith o'clock p. m., Saturday, April lip and Mrs.. H. A. 9- twcen the bank and Blate's store Lowe and Richard Bestor, must have

will continue until completed. It is of the committee that 'sponsored 1-NO. 5 Patronize the fourth graders for been slightly delirious when they

what the dance and card party, handled the REPORTERS candy, cake and other good stuff wrote their' notes. Anyhow may
just impossible to say at just .. I you
the arrival of the daily mails, hour the final results will be known, affair in plend1d'sty'le. Approximate I .,' Betty Sfiicer Lf1icthem or''not.

we often find our box at The Post I ly $250 was received from the party, Van Bush -
but speed and accuracy will be com- ,Dan Beardsley's cousin, Marie' I --
Office filled with free publicity from which will be used to furnish the I I M el Lowe .
err ) lr.r''William Hooks local high
bined until the finish of the count. Louise! Robinson, of West Palm i i a
various organizations over the United church. i I Mae Lily Slcne
Beach is visiting him this week. school boy, is scheduled to pitch forthe
States. These publicity bureaus are No. SClubMembers, and their Father Minnegan, pastor,, of the new Richard Bc&lor Clewiston town team against

receiving hundreds of thousands of friends who can and desire are invited I church In Clewiston, has been in direct Business: Manager Van Bush Miss Petteway's: is I G'-ecehobeo.' Miss Pegeen Pettewaywill

dollars every year from various organizations to be present and witness the I charge of financing the church. room improvingas he umpire. Mr. Robert Bobby)
-- the
to handle their free pub final counting of the ballots. Those He has built a beautiful church that year goes on. The best spellers I Hare has been attending school regularly -
the Boys and girls, we have just realized for the week are: Violet Bethea, I. ,
who not ableto twice
licity. living at a distance, are would be a credit ,to a city I for the past three weeks and

No one can conceive of any organization be present, are guaranteed the size of Clewiston and has had direct I that we have only six more Bernice O'Neal: Roberta Spicer. Bernice will play forward for Clewiston High

doing this work for nothing. time fair and square treatment as all supervision of' the work. As the weeks of school. Most of us have Guthrie, Ardine[ Jeffries, Billy against LaBelle. Good luck, Bobby.Mr. r

Some one has to pay: the "fiddler/: ther Club> Members. The campaign church nears completion, it grows 'n" not been doing as well as we might.A Owen. Owen Winn, Betty Hooks and I

and it is usually the organization thatis manager' will safeguard their Interests beauty each week. It wil be one of. few have had good grades. but imProvement James Lang. The best in arithmeticare Merrel Lowe is scheduled: to

being fooled. The director of as though they were present in the outstanding buildings in the com- I can be made by all. The ,, LPTHare, Bernice ONeal, .
I dance a boxing match with the nationwide -
these publicity bureaus must be a person. If possible your final report. munity. I downstairs pupils; from all reports, |I bert ri er, Louis }Morgan. Ro-1' famous Mr. E. B. Bethea, ''
seem to get better grades than the : \ inn. Willie V., Hooker, -
sell
master salesman to be able to any should be delivered in person, Saturday
(Psst. think Mr. Lowe ,will win.)
we
is to be congratulated ;: flare. Mildred! 'Ward ,
Finnegan :
Father and James
organization on the idea of getting I April 11,, before 6 o'clock p. :m. j upstairs ones. You high school pupils I
his faith in Clewiston and
something for nothing.[ on get a move on and show the I Lang. Miss Greene's pupils have been

This publicity is usually 'sent to No. Enclose proper amount of j I this community. I younger ones what you can do. In --- .learning several new' games, including

country newspapers' where the directors money with 1 each report totaled sep? the next six weeks let's see who can I A clean hands and health campaign I baseball and basketball.

of the publicity bureaus and advertising "arately. Center receipt stubs from NOTICE OF SPECIAL MASTER'S 'make the best grades, the lower ,I, tr being conducted by the fourth and

agencies know the majorityof subscription book. must accompanythe SALE grade youngsters or the high school. fifth grade room. Those who earned '
Notice Is hereby given that under I Mrs. Prewitt's room is playing the

.:........ the people will read every wordprinted final report. and by virtue of the final decree' en- The faculty put only Irish Rose"j .I r gold ,stars, last week ,were: Dan same old games as last week, base-

J....,.\..-..... in their home town paper). No. 9-Every Club Member who remained tered on the 30th day of March, A, D., j again on' Thursday night for the, benefit I Beardsley Louis Morgan. Alice Deam, I bal basketball, hide and seek, skip ,
>?;. 19931, in that certain cause pendingin i Violet Bethea, Bernice Guthrie, Ro-
The 'dallies do not handle this publicity active' In the campaign, making Court of Hendry County of those who had worked at nighton 1 rope dances. any old thing. maybe

in fact'' it is never sent to them. : a cash report each week from the the Florida.Circuit wherein J. S. Cottrell is:: the' March shift and had missed it' ''w'*ta Spicer:, Ardine Jeffries, EdnaHMitower. I smallpoxx., '

The average publicity director knows time of entering. will be sure to winapprize. the Complainant and Aaron Blate and I the first time. There was a big crowdat Rodman Wallace, Billy I' -

that a weekly paper is .always, glad to others are Defendants. I will offer' for the second performance. Many ; Owen, Bernice ONeal, Willie V. Miss Petteway has been umpiringfoi : '

get some interesting matfer to "be AK sale and sell to the highest and best:: who saw it the second time said it Hooker, G. IT. House.' Mildred Ward, tiddleyw'inks and checkers in her

. This means that each ,.one. must bidder for cash, at the front door ot James and Lois Walls.
Some I Lang
used as a filler in his paper. the Court House at LaBelle. Hendry got 'better with each repetition. It room. G. H. Houze. and Betty Hooks

.'', of the heads used by these agencies haVe a: report in the ballot box in or County, Florida on Monday, the ItH will be 'given at Pal: 'o'kco 'tonle-ht. If T'O prn. a told star'' the child must being teacher's pets. are winning all

Home DressMakers fler ,to .qualify for a prize; 1931 during the -1Jsv'", ifs:; teeth clean his nails, comb
are as follows: Inspires !: day of May, A. D., you did not see it, follow the crowdto (the games.
} ; Dipping Season Opens; Eat legal hours of sale the following described Pahokee. I'bid Inir. and wash his hands before I -
Telephone or telegraph immediately in .
and being '
of Bread Can't Be property, 'lying t his hair, and wash his hands before
Plenty ; Something A Scout meeting for senior scouts in
j\U Williams has champion
for sufficient receipt forms and report Hendry County, Florida, to-wit ; s a
{ Changed;; all of which if read careful'Iy blanks. etc.,' or, if possible, calla Lot lid Block 156 in tin Town will' be held tonight ,at the school l each meil. Heolth guard badges were Potshot. He is the. 'local. billiard

\ -: will contain advertising matter of office for same. Tell your friends of Clewiston, Florida, loss that Mr. Butler wil the in Pahokee playing J; "'vn Pacll ...child to wear. Besides their : champ. ,

,c some description. v.JJiat. portion of said lot beginning at Riii'U McGilly and will not be able f'lr1 each child who complies i ----

:.'; It is time for the weekly News Editors you need all the support they can the ning Southeast West aloe corner',; the, South thence boundary run- I HO rip. (\t with the Cubs. Their meeting : tv 'v, n1' "iles is given a place on the Miss Williams enjoyed a game. of

;:', :. .' to get together and put a,'stop to possibly give, ,and don't forget that of said lot a distance of 51.81 will, be announced later. The honor roll. I tennis with :Mr. Merrel Lowe, Mr.

i-, '. this free publicity. Are we getting the long-term subscriptions count feet to the Southwest corner pi"w and so-called basketball game Interfered Robert Hare and Mr. Earnest Theviot.

;':: ," our share of this advertising? The wonderfully just now. thence in a Northwesterly<' direction of .. last week, but come out E's in reading this week went to I Miss Pageen. Petteway and :Miss Sara
,
the West boundary I
r... average weekly paper carries less national --' said along'lot a distance of 27 fret to strong tonight. I} Julia y.nu Oglesby, Leonard Thomas, I J Greene. ,helped out! a. little. .

( advertising that is carried in a 'miles of'State Road No. 47 along St. a point, thence in ;an East rlv di .J.vThe.,'. ....;..Girl..Scouts'. __, met.at.,school last. !;.-Bill". Davis, and* Dick Patterson in '

'.- _. single issue of a daily. Why is thodailies Johns Riverfrom Tocoi south to rection 62.93 faet to a point on Friday as' usual, but as we now have i second grade. In. third grade .Letha I' Bobby Patterson' is a swell basketball -

:'. being used by the advertiserand Spuds. the East boundary line of said a shack down the school street, just I Walls and James Hines had E. player.

' : the weekly used for free, publi- --.--- lots which is 24.66 feet North thence cf'the beyond the highway we climbed into I I ______ : ,
of beginning,
point .
/. city? Simply because we used their Tampa: ':"Palace DrugStore' renov- South along the East boundaryline I Mrs. J erI"s' car ,and held our, meet- ,Some one must be jealous of the nature -I Van Bush, our Ii famed boxing, champ- ,

: ', .' ."Stuff," and the dailies won't'use it ated. of said lot a distance of 24.GG I'ing secret at the shack. We cleaned work of fourth grade. Several last by a knockout to Dick Patterson::

;. :' at any price. Let's throw out the feet to the Southeast coraer' or ""up the place in order to have it clean small boxes of flowers planted by the !i in the lrst round of the semi-finaT
:: free publicity and demand the said lot and the point of beginning : pupils have been destroyed. The
: paying Fort r'els-Site' for new post ot- first above mentioned I for, Miss Dowd's visit next week. We bout.

/t-.' .' kind. Let's get together and pay a fine here to be chosen. ." Said property will lJe. sold: !in ac ,intend to put in electric lights and flowers they planted in the yard are ,1 "

:,, : field secretary: to keep: ns posted on ------ cordance'with and to ,.atity::; said Decree ''windows. Then' 'we will paint it to beginning to bloom. .This room wishesto Mr. George Bestor shot abasket for

f.-. :. the most important matters pertain Tallahassee-County: school. systems I together with cost of sale. suit ourselves. Those present were: thank: Mr. Watkins for the ferns the second' team today. :.: Hot stuff,

ing to our own industry. Team work ,'. R. E. KURTZ, and (flowers he gave them.
Hare, Mary I,
Evelyn
'Betty Spicer.
will receive_ $46 ,!HSS) this Special Mastr in Chancery George.
t-/': is what counts in making the news- : Hare I Nealy Geiger was the best writer
'' month from State\ Department of 7.''M. CAVE, Solicitor for Coniplain- Bush, Betty Hooks,_ Dorothy I I +
: paper field a success. in second .grade. The best writers in
Marie Lucksinger,
Lois[ Walls. Rose Roberta's
:: Public Instruction "ant. ,saYs I.: apropos of clog
1r-' -, April 1 3; 30, 17 24, May 1, .1931. Ardine Jeffrie, Ruth Parker, Roberta, third grade were: Florine Finch.' I dancing "What if all the girls could
T'; Surfacing work completed I IJupiterRepairs ---.-,-- / 7 James Hines, Joe' Leiter, and Hilda ,
on rd and Mae Lily
Spicer,:,1IndredV i share a leg like Birdie G State Road No. 78 from Vilano Beachto completed on s Olell,! RURAL COMMON SENSE Stone. Powell. The spellers who had a per-
V "Yessays Mrs. Steavart"thenthere
Dixie v ,
,i;.," Jacksonville Beach. Highway! .. Bridge over Loxahat-, Cy Spuds Johnson fect record for the week in second "
0 wouldn't be footlights.
.' chee River. \ any
: Roberta George and Marcia Avant grade were: Dick Patterson, Billy

t.// Johnson, Drake & Piper received 1 STATE 'INSTITUTIONS CAN Monday in West Palm Beach. Davis, Sammie Lang, Leonard
spent Marcia Avant lectured to the girl
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: I "." $340,148( contract for rebuilding State Fort Mye'rs-Florida Power and R5NDEP- MUCH HELP IF WBi Thomas, Billy Davis, and Dick Patterson -
basketball:: team about how good she
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h. :: -i' Road 'No. 5 between Sulphur Springs Light Company installed new streetlights GIVE THEM: OPPORTUNITY !in second grade. In third grade
i Six of the Girl Scouts served at the :"ould play and how good the restcouldn't
ir.}- -: 'and. Pasco County ,line to Johnson. on several local streets. I --- I II Letha Walls and James Hines had E.
dance at the Clewiston Inn Monday plry "Whassa matter, Mar-
t'T:., .,, : other day I took a trip to I -
i I I The i, nisht.; Thy were Lily' 1hlrelVynn,' shy, going crazy?"
T ,,:, Bust's- Titusville-Local airport to be improved the University : the best writer in i
..J;' Rebuilding to start at I Gainesville, and while out at :I Evelyn Hare Betty Spicer :Mae Lily j I Nealy Geiger was : I

::'.. once on Matteson & Matteson LumberYard by Department of. Commerce.Fort called on my friend, the en- :i i: Stone, Mary Bush and Mary Louise I, second grade. The best writers in j Monnie 'and- Waren Coleman have

,t..,.,.' recently destroyed: by fire.'HoweyinlheHill& I tomolo-zist of the State Plant Board. Oglesby. third grade were: Florine Finch : moved away from town. .
(i::. Pierce?20,000(} ,appropriation: :: He told me something which 1 have | James Hines.. Joe Lelter and Hilda

}": New approved. for dredging Fort Pierce been thinking about a lot since I I j Powell., The spellers who had a per-:I POe'l
' public library 1 I I Mr. Smedley missed his train and I Hilla is going back to Dei -
harbor.TallahasseeNew. I going to pass it feet record for the week in second .
home. am
: opened here. fame so j
:' : I was late to school Monday morning. i
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. l.r I grade were: Dick Patterson, Billy troit.Mrs. '
,.'. I on, I We are glad to have llissViliianfs [ Beardsley"Who was Ann Bo i \. .

f: Winter, Pa t!hk-$100,000 allotted : sidewalks tov be : He showed me 'a letter written to ,I back ,with us. :Mrs. Thomas taughther I Dvis. Smuiie Lng, Leonrd Thorns, "I leyn?" ,
; for constructed at Florida State '' June Hooker, John Mowry nd Julia. c rEd
construction Collegefor l"'a
of. '
last week.
., : uevpost office by a citizen of this state. The room \Varcl-"She was a flat iron.
,. .,. Women. i h2J Ann Oglesby. In third grade the good I
c
building. .
The Junior High enjoyed a talk by : "
little frivolous.
man was thanking him for a Mrs. B.-"Don't try to be
'- : j r. 'spellers were: Letha Walls, J. D.
\ --- service which the doctor had rendered .i Mr. Beardsley on some fertilizer, experiments !j r ; Ed-'Ht says hi' our book, 'Henry

rf: _, Construction of first $9900,000 unit !! Jacksonville. -West Beaver Street him. Then the writer went onto given this season by the Hooker and James Hines. I I pressed his suit with Ann' Bol y1f."
:. of Florida Branch Home to be widened. The fifth graders who had 100 percent I
for Disabled I IOrlandoSears say that he had been in this state Experiment Station. I I I -
I I II I in spelling were: Elva Alston, :
assured-Moll I for 21 years and had never known' The Easter CST hunt in Civic i Marcia to :Frank' "You don'tme brink
,: ;1 I Bob Beard&Iey, Donald Deam, Carl i:
Roebuck and Co. afternoon attended i I
? ? before that it. was possible to get such Park. Monday was candy as you used to"

opened branch store here. .. .assistance.I I II I by the whole school. Betty Hooks Luclcsiuger. and Jack Winn. The best I I "Who ever heard of feeding fisk
I -
I records in arithmetic were made by:
Panama City-Tar plant reopened. found HIP olden egg and received aI bait after you 'had caught it?"
New pa.'ticular} help whLh the man Donald Beam, Bill McLure, Elva Alston I i
1.ee.barg-ll. M. Huntley moved his Smyrna-Plans' discussed for I I I prize. Other prize winners were: E.

} jowelry oho p to 401 Canal Street. reopening local bank. received was the identification of a B. Bethca. finder of the most eggs; Ralph O'Neal and Carl Luck- : CARLTON IS OPPOSED TO
I' scale which had given him some trou-1 !.singer. In sixth grade the best arith-I, .
j Martha Nell Alston, second high; Al- ;> L SALES TAX IN FLORIDA
p-. :: St. ule. However the specific service 1 ins tic grades were earned .by Harold j
finders
; Itoyntou Robert R. ?.McCormick. Augustine-New Catholic, Mission pert! Busbin and Edna Leitcr,

seeks'permit to construct steel sheet Church practically completed.Starke l. I'does not make: any difterence. 'The of most eggs for children under 1 1: Lang and William Johnson i I' presented in the Senate and it seems
i I point I am trying to make is that this Roberta George, reading her b'iri
h pile ;groyne and seawall. --.-- eight. June Hooker and Walker that it will he adopted in the upper
citizen had lived here 21 years without !' i ology, "Mis. ,Beardsley is a cloudlet, :
-- ] -:-Work started on remodel-- I Fears found prize eggs. I branch of the House. The biIl'was
out the help he could get i I j a little cloud?"
: J finding
T Clewiston-Local mill of Southern n* oil gin building next to ice plant iI 1 |j offered hv Senator Gray of Ocala. It
for the asking I wonder how I. Airs.: Bcaidsley-"Yes. I II
? '' Sugar for Kruse will merely fobhv' Hare must like school, ho
Inc.
Company operating at full ca who cold puck provided that 'the legislature fix thetnx
.oth?r farmers ave in the same' I Bright Roberta'"Then why isn't a ,
r.1tny
pacity.:: 4,. trawberiies this season. visited us again on Monday. rate and provide the manner In
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: condition? j little cow a cowlet? i
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--- little whi"l l) the money could be appor-
Mrs. Beardsley-"Because : a
/ .. Jacksonville-Building permits iss- Key West-Bids opened for construction ,-1 Our state spends: a lot of money 7r'a n" of the school children 1 at- ,j bull isn't a bullet.] I IGOD'S tioned. -
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{; sued during March totaled $4 .810. of boulevard bridge; to replace trying to help its farmers, for it recognizes tended the show at the moyie, Fri- The 'Senate adjourned over the
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-- structure destroyed by fire. the fact chat its greatest day and Saturday. 'vpek.end to' attend the Lesion convention -
I l I i GIFTS TO MEN .
.l\1uanna-New building to be --- wealth lies in the soil. Yet if we do t .: Ward. .r'. which" is being held 'at

.' erected for. Florida Industrial f School. River Junction-Bids opened for i cot, ? n
t;. -' ... .. construction of road from local depot the state 'for our benefit they cannot i!ifl ost Iiunts at school Friday after- Eyelashes-Richard Bestor. session but will excuse any' members "Tt11at

:: Wcivahttchka- }alp 11 a,J. i sts.: will lo Stain Hospital: at Chatahoochee, { In nrc'-i; to hcln us. Even the county jjioon.! .;. '. ? I} posy Checks-Monnie .Coleman I II wishes to attend. the meeting.
i !Hair-Marvin Altman.J .. .
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-r build! $75,000 factory qn Dead I Lakes, distance of .approximately two miles. agent comes around more when 1 I '. .... .' ,
I. Physique-William IIoolis.Athletic :;. ; ,' .- ... -,
J\ff.i-\ Pcltoway's and MssVilUams'[ "j' : ,
near here, to manufacture superior I 1 keep worryir" him. ; I << "
Ability-Halson 'Avant, .
h !" J'I'rl] buttons from millions of: mussels Riviera: Rebuilding of Singer'i I The Experiment; Station, the Agri ; --il""r,4 v'l to tho point. for their egg 1.. .r .
I Mouth-Van Bush. ... ."
: lying at bottom of :waters.St. ., '>,idge under consideration I cultural Extension! Service, and the "hunt. Sattirrlny.. They took their -t' I
... I \ ): '.
J' State Plant:: Boar can give us a lot ',,fh'Tja7. and had abig time. Rose :;-

.., : Augustine::'Sanchez Block, old Key West-Thompson Plumbing I of help if we ask them. Otherwise, wet ltiarie'Lnucksinger' ,and Dan Beards- GOD'S GIFT TO WOMEN I II SUBSCRIBE FOR -
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c',. .. : P1ri'h; HoM building ..to' be. recon... 'Company' moved' to new .quarters on I i may remain in the midst .of these 'I j l lev each:found 12 eggs and were re I Eyes-Roberta,j, George. '. THE CTWISTON NEWS

:, Riructetl. *. .' .. '. \ Greene and Simonton streets.ArcadiaSO.000 ,' j i people all our lives and be' like the warded with. Easter, baskets. 'elashes-1\1al'Y Bush. r. .. ""_
.., '. .., .- I' _
: --..... '. t r m .I man who had'' never heard: of them. I'. :... n,, i I IMtry Rosy Cheeks-Betty Spicer. "

; r; : -. .V.rbb reco.veti; 554,000 conr allotted for new These folks are glad to help us; 'let'suse Bush g
t',"tat ; .r ImiicUiis: four and O1i -ha1[ 'ptitlhinfir them. Saturday afternoon in honor of June les-Lfly! laurel Wynn. .' ; .':,

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1 J FRIDAY, APRIL 10, 1931 CLEWISTON NEWS, CLEWISTON, FLORIDA PAGE THREE

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-. '.' .' '- -, -' ., .' ._-_.- -.'- .-. I .-. -- J .E. E: Laney spent the week-end j i Mrs. Drew Hampton }'returned bar
.r t r I with-his family in Tampa. home Saturday from tho Lee Memo-

r 1 J ( Miss\ Leatnce iviillor, Harry Rogers, rial hospital in Fort Myers, where she

9efirst / ggcl LABELLE NEWS Mrs. Annette DeLaney, Mi-s. E. L. I was operated on two weeks ago.
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Rogers and Dic't' Livingston motored! s. Hurray Gay and Miss Ann

MRS. LEMUEL:: HOWARD to Clewiston Sunday. Piesnell t-hopped in Fort Myeis Wednesday -

; I L. A. Morgan, Jr.. Phone 3C9 1V.m.cme; Caldwell of Moore .
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I Haven vas in LaBelle Thursday. j jIV F. Selby: Mrs. Allison and MJss
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I Claude Downs and Troy Purycar tend the Legion convention.C. I ]Kiss Vcstrlcc Miller, Louise Roberts : \J,sa Hammock of Bonita Springs :Sun-:: \ hard Dupreo of Okeechobee visited i,I Francis Turner motored to Fort My-

I :Mildred Rhodes. Lucille Hninp- c\ay. "p atf"es.In. LaBelle the past ors Friday afternoon.
motored to Frostproof Sunday on,
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I business. I W. McDonald made a business! I con, Mesdames Wade Hampton, Annette !.Irr:.. Flank 'furner enteria'm-l tho week! I Mrs E.. C. tfogers, Mr s. Annette De-
Dick Mr 'iid 7:rs. J. C. Riley motored to
rip; around the lake Thursday DeLancy. Messrs Living- : junior girls' Sunday school class: Saturday Laney and Miss 'Ann Presnell visited
I Fort Myp s Wednesday I
:Miller;
Honorable Elbert L. Stewart left for ton Harry Rogers Virgil on the Banks of the Caloosahnt- friends in Moore Haven Monday eve-

Tallahassee, Saturday where he will Julius Alston left Thursday for Richard: Dupree Donald Hush, Leland chef at an Easter egg hunt and a picnic The eighth grade class. of the local j: ning .,'"
high"sliool entertained at a Weinle
represent Hendry County In the 23rd Tampa to ..attend ,the Legion conven Crews and others enjoyed a steak I lunch. Marie Pagett received a roast Friday l1i,ht. E. E. Lang sponsored Mark Poole and, W. E. GodboldspentSunday

session of the legislature. ', t'on. roast last week at Clay pit. I! prize for finding the most eggs. Those in Naples with rela
L. A. :Morgan. Jr., entertained the the party. Those present: were j I!
.- I I present were Marie Pagett, Nellie tives. '
Alice Hull Carrie Eunice Rider, Flora
girls In the Clewiston News contest at
Mr. and Mrs. Prewitt! 'Mrs. Claude I :Mr. and .Mrs Chris Ayers spent dinner at the \Vatanabe Hotel, Clew- Cook, Eloise Turner and Alice Lynn Pagett )Jnez Burke. Dorothy Howard, Misses Virginia and Carrie Eunice

Downs, Ola Petteway and Louis Mor- Saturday night' and Sunday in Clewls--. Bailey. Grace Ca ?on. Florence Hodges, Ida Rider, Merle Bronson and Joe Cald-
leton f Friday night after which the I Mr. and Mrs J. C. Riley, Mr. and
gan attended the Fair at Belle Glade I ton. They motored from EvergladesCity I Forroy, Nellie Weaver, Tom Livingston. v;ell motored to Crescent Beach Saturday
attend
Belle Glades to
I party adjourned to Mrs. George Poole, Mrs. R.;T. Collins I
where Mr. Ayers operates the
.Saturday night. Edward Bionson Julius Moore, where they enjoyed surf bathing -
the fair and dance. Those pres-
plcnlced on Fish Eating creek Sunday
laundry. I .. I Ernest Hall, Alden Howard. Tommy; I: and
ent from LaBelle were Mr. and Mrs.J -V I a picnic lunch,. returning to
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Alston, Mr. and C. Riley, Mrs. George Pool. and Bloimt, Perry Hull. Jimmy Adkinson. Fort Myers Saturday evening, where
I Mrs. Julius Alston and Mr. and Mrs. Miss Dorothy Peeples, of CItrus. Jasper Luckeky celebrated his 10th Sherman Hansen, Frank Harris,
I I Mrs Vivian Howard. they shopped and attended the show.
i Tom Shelley attended the dance at spent Wednesday afternoon.in Clewls-. birthday Wednesday afternoon April Woodrow Howard, William Daub. J.
:\11'., and Mrs Lewis Deese of Sears Mr. and Mrs. J. 'G. Martin visited In
visitinz'friends. the home of his parents, Mr. and
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ton :
Belle Glade Friday night. P. Crews, J. P Harvey. and Pete An
visited relatives in LaBelle Saturday. Mis. Clifford Luckey. Delicious refreshments derson. Alva Sunday afternoon

}\.l1t:. and Mrs Dave Alston Mr. Maxie Packing Company in this sec Harry DeLaney and Hump Hamp- of cake and punch was Among those who stopped in Fort
Glade
Mrs. Julius Alston and Mr. and Mrs. tion. They expect to remain through'' ton attended tile dance at Belle served to the following: Edna Ault- Myers Saturday were Mrs :Mary Davis -

Tom Shelley attended the dance at the tomato season.T. Friday night., man, Tena Luckey, Lois Luckey, Bill John Stewart, Elmer Anderson,

Belle Glade Friday night. Quite a little exxclteuieut was Djess: Evelyn Luqkey, Eloise Turner, Council Miller, Willie Pagett and Win SUBSCRIBE FCR THE

V. Watson and wife. are spend. caused In LaBelle Saturday afternoon Jaunita Luckey, Lee Yeomans, Jr., ston Rider.

ing the week in Miami on business when the fire engine was caled out. and Leonard Luckey. ,
I Earl White, Beta Nail and Campbell EL L. ,Rogers made a business trip THE CLEWISTON NEWS''
Nail attended the dance at Belle and pleasure.Mr. Joe Ribley's shoe repair shop and living Mrs E. :\Weekly and :Mrs. Sam to Avon Park Tuesday morning.
caught fire when a Carson visited in Fort
Glade Friday night. quarters on friends Myers Sam Thomson of Immokalee was in

and Mrs. J. R. H. Hilton spent gasoline stove exploded and was almost Sunday: LaBelle Tuesday. PHONE 339PURE

Miss Elsie Hare and Francis Monv Monday inVest Palm Beach demolished before the fire engine Mrs. Dennis Small and :Miss Edith

could respond. I Ilov.-aid motored to Fort Myers Saturday
roe attended the dance at Belle
.4: Mrs. Sam '''Carson and Frank Tunur .
Glade Friday night. Mrs. Cleo Houze and Eugene on a shopping trip.

Kerr motored to West Palm Beach spent Saturday at Fish Eating creek j lon Jacobs of Tampa, was in La-
[ CLEAR SOLIDt
Sheriff R. II. Hancock left for Tal- Wednesday.so Judge and Mrs. Long of Sebring'visited ]: Belle, visiting his friends, Saturday
. Mrs. Long's parents, Mr. and ;
afternoon. mrwBjagfeWtegSPlIs5
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lahassee, Saturday, where he will remain !
on business until Friday. Mr. and Mrs &.llshands shopped in I Mrs.: Fred Crawford the past week: Mrs Edna. Allison, Mrs. Nettie Mc .

Fort Myers last week. end. Keen and F. Selby were business visitors I
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L. O. Gravely will attend the .opening Mis. R. R. Small, Mis. .1 0 Divid- in Fort Myers, Thursday. .}:

of the legislature at Tallahassee Art Lawrence and Miss Jewel Lowe son, Mrs. Xelfie McKeen, :Mrs.:::; Edna Commissioner and Mrs. Fred L k* WA

Monday. L. O. ,Jr. is seeking the po- motored to Lake Wales Sunday to at- Allison Miss Minnie Lou Howard, Dunaway- and Mr. and Mrs. Jackson _

sition of reading: clerk in the House. tend the Easter services at the flak Miss Ola Yates, Jifanlta Davidson, Granger shopped in LaEelle Thurs F- AS/. (:

Tower Eloise Turner, Roy Green Paul Davidson day' afternoon.E. .

F. Selby and Harry Allman B. Fortson of Felda was in La-
Richard
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,Mrs. L. A. Morgan and ,Made left for Mr, and Mrs. W. C. Prewitt entertained spent Sunday at Fish Eating ueek. Belle Saturday on business.Mr. .
the Watan- Mrs! M. E. Forrey and .L1t1 htc's. Fish ,of: Immokalee was in La-
s. Columbus Ga., Thursday afternoon. the Bridge Club at
abe Hotel Wednesday night Ida and Mary, were the guest of Mrs.PALM ; .' Belle Saturday( .

Earl White and Tommy Hooks motored Those present were Mr and Mrs, ;

to West Palm Beach Wednesday W. C. Prewitt Mr and Mrs' Tom Shel- ,
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fondle Stone, Ola Petteway. Francis J> BAKERY': [ DEPARTMENT "

I. O. Gravely .and R. H. Hancock le- Monroe Sarah Green Jaymie Williams COMPANY

turned from Tallahassee Wednesday. ;' and Messers Bob Harris, Tryo ,. .' ,
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:Mr. Gravely went to Tallahassee In Puryear: Dr. Ezelle and A. W. Sias. ,

behalf of his son, Louis 0., Jr., who Mrs. Roy Dunaway won first prize, Patronize your ham i3 u5tr1es.

was elected assistant reading} clerk in and Mr. Dunaway first Prize for the
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J. !*. Heath engineer for the state frozen salad course with' ,coffee. .' ,,--- .
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Mix and sift heat
I" meal that is neither. luncheon dinner! dry ingredients, ) '
t ',to Atlanta, Ga., last week to visit,' spending the winter with Mr. and.
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their daughters. I ;trs. R. Y. Patterson.
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praise be-it's being revived and with. ,, -
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favorite food comes back into the
TED THE EXPERTPermanent flavored to taste with maplo flavoredcorn
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Wave and Beauty Specialist in,' Ever since the modern tempo of syrup.. Eggs Benedict j. ...: ,s-. ) Sugarland Highway Phone? 333,

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our breakfasts. we have sorely miss

GIVES ARTISTIC CROCONOLE $15.00 WAVE FOR $8.00 ed some of the "little dishes" whichdo corn oil ( /
6 eggs
not ,seem to fit into the more I
Located at 3 English muffins or 6 rounds
I formal meal. But. the ,revival of sup

.. CHRISTIAN'S BARBER SHOP per. served as the regular evening French Toast
Hollandaise SauceS
.. CLEWISTON meal, as a special meal, as the Sun
ute ham in little corn oil
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day or holiday repast, or as a late-

'- .;J' 'JbL' "'iiil.HT.4'"..."' .::orl"' -c.c-:: .I\- ...' '= .,.....,. hour buffet, has created a special and until edges curl slightly. Place a "
21fev satisfying place for them. slice on each half muffin which has : ::;:--:. :4 '-..: -?-. .. :. ,':.:.,:,. ,:, ., .
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There's waffles! Pancakes! Biscuits ,
am in a good notion to write about top of sauted ham. Cover with i .
Syrup-plenty of syrup in our ; ;: : \ ;
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l the virtues of these products, partic- Hollandaise Sauce and serve very hot. f1
Hi' rl favorite flavor! Maple, butterscotch, "
( ularly those delicious, peanut hams. I honey sorghum, cl1'amel-mmh: and If French Toast. is used, cut in rounds.

w .w The occasion was the first peanut : nmh! There's time to eat, and timeto I Popovers 'r : i:

Tf.IE'lVOTft-: } pork products luncheon, held at Chip- I enjoy them, and no dashing awayto 1 cup pastry flour, or 3-4 cup bread .

I tCR Icy late in March. I came to that the daily routine to interrupt the flour and 2 tablespoons cornstarch .. ::'.> ,A HOME AWAY FROM HOME.

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wafffle iron and the syrup can and
". eer T e:\; about it. "eat a treat" for supper'? 1 egg j TRY !
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WOOLENSTHE Y O ... 'I halfway express the things which dishes of breakfast origin there are 1 cup milkk ?> -' 1

I oucrM: to be said about this luncheon those little entrees like Welsh Rarebit I Mix :salt and flour. Beat egg slightly

I. CLEWISTON I I which was staged by County Agent Eggs nenedlct.\li'ried' Mush, that stir in oil and add milk, then dry J. :rYou I

i Gus York and the Washington County fit so snugly into the supper hour. Ingredients! all at once. Beat only ,

I LAUNDRY CO. Cooperative Hog Growers' Assocla Try them and join in the cry of "wel. ononsli to 'mix well and pour into bot can get a room and board at our hotel that
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were penu ta or kpcmwfp come back supper! rem -pans .
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J this sumemr and are going to look for, donated by Swift and Company Thiscompany 23 4 pastry flour, or 30 minuten, then turn out fire and ,' :, '
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putting pe.I \- 1 1-2 cups bread flour and ; : i i.J
soiled blankets and woolens. Take this'I nut pork on the market wrapped! In 1.2 cup cornstarch v earthenware is better than agate or 5k'i ;: ,. .:;" ..

cellophane. Makes tin for baking popovers. Serve hot .
a mighty attractive ,
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friendly tip 'send. your blankets teaspoons ::
I I package, too. 1 teaspoon salt vith syrup, thc honey flavored corn \ :

I and other woolens to be cleaned before Peanut pork, you know, is a good 1-y cup corn oil I- syrup being especially suitab.el ,' ,: 'r: .

old Florida product.. As Lee Smith, '. ,. ;Welsh Rarebit ,
: the 11 2 cups milk .;f-> : L : :
putting them away for :hot !' "Cl2EVISTONr3POPUhAliHOTELf f 1
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t \ district agent, said over there both Mix and sift dry Ingredients S ;:. beat 1 tablespoon. corn" 'oil t r'' j : 1 :! (

l .. months. Askk us to calL hogs and peanuts were brought to and stir' in oil. Add millnd:'t: I/teaspoon n cornstarch' '. : -:
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CLEWISTONt i products',have made 'a good combination I Beat ,until thoroughly mixed, bake,: I: .1-4 teaspoon salt -$ r; r3; : .

i for 'Florida. farms.. hot waffle iron; about fivo, minutes. ..- :Toast or crackers: ; I
lite haveI I 1-2 : cut in small ATANA'Bl: HOTEL
Packers somehow always discriminated Serve with butterscotch syrup or 1'r'Imel ar- :Ib. soft ehppsG.. ?TE :

ELPASO AVE.&SAN BOta TAI ST. against :Southern peanut l flavored corn. syrup.. A.,; : ,,pieces.. ..\ :{rry:;::!.i.iIi .. '.. ', "* t ,.. -.\ '" .

pork? not', paying quite, as good prices I Gingerbread Waffles ..,;'., 1-.. to. spooo.: mustard: ,t, .... :15\ '>:1., :)" : .' : .:
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'1Our 6now ire Laundry Those who eat the peanut pork, howover'like 1 1-2 teaspoons ginger Heat corn oil add cornstarch and I
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:', PEANUT PORK HoT, it inn tin Northern corn-led '..... constantly, .
,' pork 1>2 teaspoon} salt I' gradually :while stirring, \
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; : IS DELICIOUS FOOD "When people know what It is. they 1 cup dark corn syrup salt,., mustard and cayenne and stir .

: I call for more." It' really is delicious. 4 teaspoons butter I until cheese is melted. Serve at once '

llre, just! ,put"a ?Od ly..supply .ofpeanutpork I' Florida pig-eaters. who want ,to,..doa ,\ 1:A .teaspoon soiTa. -t- .+\ .X" ,4 i I upon slices: of..,trot: .tpast. or upon 7 ..;..... ..r"f. ". ""lIo:" N 'rwT';' :, Jo-' ':J.'t' "a!, '
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