The Clewiston news
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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 24, 1931
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
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System ID: UF00028415:00315
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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G .A. M. 6 1'. 1\ Date 'IViax. Min. Rainfall I
i I TOE LEGISLATURE I April 11 .....................:.. 16.4 16. April 1J: .......,..,, 72 60 .04 SHOULD NOT CUT

I April 12 ........................ 1C.4 16.- April 14 ...........,".SO 67 I

April 13 ..................,...... 16.5 16.t. April 15 ............ 75 65 J' .b',

.:', Heading the report of affairs ot npr'i1 it ... .................... 16.6 16.t AP1il 16 ,........... 7.1 li5 .\i6 ROAD BUDGET

the past week Tallahassee". is the April 16 ................. ....... 16.5 16.b April 17 ............ 78 63 .16 WFROM

: first, of a series of weekly statements -.. April 16 ..............,.... .... 16.5 16.5 April IS ..... ...... 77 r 69

by Governor Carlton. Senatorwliilaker I April '19 ............ 'J7 .tW Effect ,Road System -

.. .v and Tomaselo, and: Representatives granted exclusively Lewis) to I fWRS. R. N. r MILLER IS :' Under the Present

your' correspondent of Florida Press I CANE BREAKERSMEET TO I PlansThat

When Interviewed after both housed OK1ECHOBEE the income ot the State Hoad

, .. adjourned.JI' ,..last. Friday Governor; Carton OFL'ABELLE'P T'.A. iiRHtsr i '. Department! ;; should not be reduced

r.. '. 'L :; said, 'It looks like they're feeing ; from its present level for the! reason

,, -i- at things in a very business-like way. ,+AV.y v.vfr., ; f; r!: ON NEXT SUNDAY that to do so not only would dejay

J.: '. ;,>, ;I : Tile finance' and taxation committee Other Officers completion of Florida.s highway system

I ;,, '.,.'.' ': ,. got on to a good start' 'in their llrst Elected Si but that such ,reduction would

:<<<' ", ," .. A:., joint i meeting. "We are holding to Were Mrs. Stewart, ? c ; "1 Improved Ball Club Is tooet also fail to be in the interest of econ-
'' y :' : .' the same program we introduced two :' omy, is the statement just given out
'f !.. Heat and Saunook) ". .
Chance Robert
... years ago. Public sentiment IS'now to Revenge by W. Bentley, Chairman ot
l': ::..:i. >. McJ Tarpley of Tampa defeated Bill Hiclccy: Orlando net st r.1 i n the State Road Department.
'c y. behind it. There is a better general
[\ : <:-< By Mrs. LEMMEL\ HOWARD the finals) of the All-Florida Tennis Tournament, and earned the .. for Defeat Mr.
.:':, realization; of the facts and unanimityf t Bentley's statement is evoked
.. : right to have his: name engra\ :d upon t" American trophy, sym
:;\,..:... : '. Qf opinion ,behind the legislature and '' bolic of the Slate Championship. The r"::tare above shows Walter from all indications, lanager Ed by discussions in the newspapersand
:.',:-;:'-:> :V:: ;.... .; expressed. by the legislators in. ',their The her'Association I L. Hays (left) cT: 'tho*American Automobile Insu.ncc Ass'n., Butler will I' in meetings of civic bodies where
: :' I, .,. :. : '. work to date. .-:-' ,held their regular monthly meeting sponsor of the tournament, presenting Tarpley with the trophy.Third !. cany much.improv'd:! the theory has been advanced that in
:,: ',;' 'We must recognize that tax Thursday night; it' being deferred from tba left in the picture is C. W. (Bill) Hickey and C. baseball club to OK*>oc' oh! oo Sunday I the interest of lower taxation state
7 : : from Tuesday night account of L Varner, both of Orlando.] in an effort to'' -jet revenge! : for the highway
on i construction
should either
: ,; .,. monfes have to come Economize as \ !
tile rain. The following officers were O. I. Jerrcr s and several other Clewiston tennis players ,participated In sound cm 1 lining lancio'i 1 our jJt',3'u) cease or be greatly decreased for a
I"I"A much, as we please,. .costs ,of gov .\ v/eeks ago, by ho; (Jkeechobee\ sluggo -
selected ensuingYyear '
.. period
I for the : and that all
years or a partof
,;' ernment'win not ,falloff. materially.Mythical the State Tennis Tournament. at. Orlando several weeks, ago. Mr.Jefferies. ;s.' : "' '. .
Mrs. 11. N. Miller, re-elected president raod construction funds now derived -
sources of revenue do not .. Hips Seldon StewarT, vice.presi and his' C'.ewiston team made a good immpresion on the state committee and I The. loss of"' the" 00311111,*; rnmu has from the tax on gasoline shouldbe
nlpear. We can, lighten, the ,tax burden I firr n the boys with d'3tonninjitn,. diverted
dent Mrs. James'Hoath, elected I to other state
; re or county
-i, by'econoniy and in the counties Sam'', I will represent Clewiston in the tournament again, next year. anti they have gone at:,.Dut: the tasK MI use ,
secretary, and Mrs. :Saunook: .
.' '.. particularly)' by standard records and treasurer. I getting in condition, for their return I, In ,his discussion of the situationthe
: accounts! ; also bv: greater equaltza- J I engagement
Mr. Pilchards' and Mrs. Bounts' on inrelmII. l, in a most road department head stressesthe
,: ::.' ". tion of assessments nnd making payments JUNIOR ]'HIGH WINS 5UGAKMLL CLOSED serious manner..
" : room tied for the attendance, banner. fact that while the total income of
; i" e<1sj'er on the: people by Instal- The weather ]hu: !Seen iavntile,! ) the department
i lithe grammar school, and the ninth' year is expectedto
;." : meta. paying. Then, penalties for I grade won the same baner for the I, FROM CANAL POINT FOR TWO DAYS ON" ana several ia-.t, .sn PI/. \vork"uis be about $12,000,000, that of this
i\ I. .' non payment must be enforced. I' ; l'..ve been heleT! : :;-;."r: flutffr'hat, ; ; amount only '$7,600,000
high s hool.. lilrs. Heath had the pio- comes fromstqte
,:'.. : ; "7e should never forget we can I 1.;.id special stresi on billing: ; i>r.L-: : taxation;: -two
'., which cents of the six
gram in charge, was exceptionally -
; not have: the advantages we demand I good. I ACCOIJ11 ,! icn ami majkecl; 'illruvemcnc: : ,:_ iri"it.'t cents per gallon tax on gasolineandthe

of government without paying I'mHopeful :clrrartment: sho-ilJ! : 'bo' 'notfccdSeveral : "' road department's portion of the
I Plans _are being made for the MayDay I
,:. / .- J that not only the legislature- i I ':; "nev": Ilki'lv looking) randic' motor vehicle license tax. He'states

",- "but) the people, too, will think solely month program. whicTi will be given next i Hooks Outstanding Star 46 Million Pounds of.i ->.t tfcs'i' ".have-appear3,' : : In .the' ,last': ', 'fwI'MVS : that with any considerable portion of

: in constructive terms. It is easy to for Locals ; to MeetAgainJWednesday Sugar Has Been Made : and ,the: 0Jil:3.nr-: +js* '-rjtr'.itnif :I the revenue now secured from these

I:. find people who will tell us how not :' .' '' two sources 'taken from the road-
ime\ip, will harmy, Iw'eKpi, '. ; | until
;. to 'do it. We are looking for critics. ViflLLIAMS MEETS : .. This SeasonThe : -' 'building program the state would not
I. _.::... I I I : game Sunday. ., ,
r'; -.- : who can find the better way TO do J -- :be in position to match federal aid Or
" '..- The Junior High School boys' bas- No ball club can po.:.:.i'oly ?UITI: >"I'
it. mill to
I sugar was shut down I I the state's convicts now
,F.: '. '":' r President Whitaker, declared, "The SWI DLE li RETURN keroall team elated Canal Poin '. in Thursday and Friday on account of vithout. the combiiu.fl(\ support cr: tl1>! used on road construction.Mr. .

: J, :, c a fast at the local court here l'ans1.. and it'is, Jiojd d that (Jlrwl::icu .
game rain.
week was one of Importance and Only two days during tho past Bentley's statement follows:
outstanding MATCH WEDNESDAY by the of to 4 btu gins ]I trill; respond: by .le'itliug: .j,\ large,: ,,11\1'! -
... .. i." \ benefit to Florida. The score 11: ie week has the. mill reached near capacity I "During fhe past year In discussion -
e' ,.Uom to Ukee.tiihicuurlar:
feature in the Senate was the pas I were not so fortunate as their heartier; Last Saturday, and Sunday :: in j.-t over the state of the question of
) .. sage of the inheritance tax bill, which I and more rugged classmates ,and lost. the .mill ground 3,076.40 and 3,094.35 : t'ioboys.: ;. know. .th.it--. ': ,\:'"Thoy' ;( art- W1//itt tax relief nvnch; stress has been laid
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was adopted in pursuance to theConstitutional" Scrap IronJoJinsonJQ: the girls from the same town tb tons, of cane. [ upon the expenditures of the state
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x- +
,will i 1fi Juno 2: s" ; .' ,
Amendment and of 11 to t Slx thousand and two 'ags.'or sugar --- through; -its Road .Department on con"
Fight "Big Ben" of I ) ,
bring in lwo or' three million dollars The boys got, revenge lor a lacing!, were made during the week dhd 6,255 stniction and, maintenance;! of highways ,

/ annually. This is the initial step toward I Pahokee 15 RoundsWhat taken earlier in the season and demonstrated -( was shipped from Clewiston. SCHOOLS BENEFITED and bridges. The proposal has ;

granting relief for real estate. :' from the OT.ening whistle It has rained ,in .the Everglades i been advanced seriously, that the

' .tt. Speaker Lewis summed, up the that fhey had the better team'i, with practically every day during the past legislature call a "holiday" in road

work of ,the House as follows: "The promises to he the greatest HooUs! and Avant shooting goals from week, which has been a setback to I BY STATE GASOLINE construction and limit road expendi-

'):, trend"'In the House is for strict economy -I fight card ever offered Cle'wiston fans every angle, and with Lowe ana the receivers of the' company. The tures to mere maintenance of high-

,. .,. ....,- not only in the matter of appropriations has been promised by Promoter JUa I Ward sUcKing right on top of the op huge tractors: and cane harvesters I SALES TAX MONEY ways already built; the object beingto
Butler at his American Legion Arena
: .. ": : but in legislative posing forwards, the outcome of the cannot travel over the muck lands divert money now used in road construction -

: ;:;' \'.':<::, ;..;: pense.I. have 'aranged with eX-I here next Wednesday night. Tubby game was never in doubt and it was i, after heavy rains. i to the payment of county

:' / /;: "-,':'-:,' chairman of the legislative Swindle, fiery, courageous hard- only a question of how many goals. The total number of tons of cane t! Receive $700 From Sale bonds issued for road sand bridgesor

?, :, J'"',' : committee to file at the end of every; working local boy, will again clash the locals could ring. ground through the twenty-first, to make further provision for

- LF::>. :, : (Please turn to page 2)) I with a cool, crafty ring general by Autman-aul Bill Denm: also I played which Is the close of the reports carried of Gasoline in< This schools. In other words, to pursue

:' the name of ,:Smiling: Williams from further the plan begun when, in 1929,
well, for the locals, while Gordon, by the News, was 268,287 tons,l CountyHendry
: I LaBeile, Fla.. in the main bout ot a center for the visitors, n'rvvns' !: out from which 126,344 bags of sugar have ] the legislature took one cent of the

scheduled ten-round go. It 'will be I standing. be'.1 manufactured. This equals 41- three cents per gallon gasoline tax

.. MIAUGHLIN: HEARING remembered that these boys met ati The girls played a' him plucky (T61.SOO pounds''' of sugar for the sea. county schools will receive from the State Road Department and

; Clewiston some two weeks ago in fjame, and taking into ">.."!"Mrinvithe son. ,, approximately 708.70 from the sale turned it back to the counties in ratio
.t//, IS SCHEDULED FOR what was considered one or the fact tint this was th;;lr' first It is understood that a considerable i of gasoline, according to the report as paid in, this road and bridge

greatest fights ever seen in this "sec .... :
indebtedness, and the sixth
came! of the se; on TCI*''* i very ount of the money ,received from Just received from the Department OL cent was
tion resulting in a close judges' decision agriculture at added ,to aid school funds. By the act
it : TUESDAY AFTERNOON civdl table showing. the sale of approximately $300,000 Tallahassee. The I

;.': for Williams, and Tubby, with A nice crowd was nr pt '-,',i J"l wi I worth of receivers' crtificates has ,, county schools receive one cent from the Road Department lost in Income I,

: ". tears In his eyes, has been begging in '1)) reliability follow il'e loyal been placed in the interest and sink-'I each gallon of gasoline sold in the about $2,250,000 a year, ,and the coun-

i\:: ., Promote Butler lor another crackat lr,mis to Canal Point, 'vi-/ .' 1-. .tlmv ievno ing fund to take care of this amountof county During the past 30 days the ties were benefited.
Will l
Large Delegation
: >< the LaBelle Terror.
hostilities next We'ensr'iiv' ::, aJt- certificates.'The operations the Souther Sugar Corn- "In the discussions in meeting of
f .::' '//j::. '::" Attend Hearing for Rival managers have been busily 'srv'ori.Mr.: mill is expected to continue operations pany have been at their peak. They citizens, and in the newspapers much

.I;: -',.'.. Protection engaging in correcting faults discov- until the middle of May ell i have 'used practically all of the, gaso- information was developed. For in-

?:;..r'_ i. : L ." County ered iii their previous cngagenients the first of June This will depend line consumed in the county and are stance, there is misunderstanding con-

,::::} and fans will see two well-trained, and Mrs. Fred Puryear: .<.. upon the weatl er. If the rains continue -I directly responsible for the amount of cerning the Road Department's in-

;; ,0( -.... Eflorts' are being made by several I perfectly conditioned athletes when Visiting Relatives HereMr. in this section during the next money the schools will reciv. coem-the. sources of this Income and-
: ; .. citizens of Hendry County to have they 'crawl through the ropes next I the proportion of which is paid by
two or three \\eks like they have: during During the summer months the consumption
A former Sheriff Dan McLaughlin -
of this state.
Wednesday night. the people
,J" : the past week, the mill may closedoWn of gasoline is greatly reduced -
: instated by the Senate. On last Vieing in importance with the main "For instance, in setting its
and Mrs. Fred Puryear, who for the season. in the county, partly due ,to tho up
; ,. ;. .,, Wednesday morning a committee bout so far as action goes, :Scrap: have been in Everglades City duringthe fact that the company does not operate statement qf anticipated Income for
:' j-'"._ : from LaBelle appeared before the Iron Johnson, great local colored the calender year 1931, the State
: : past winter, returned' to Clewis, BAPTIST WOMEN\ TO GIVEi.; to capacity during the summer
.",'t-.1" ;: :' Senate committee ,regarding the fighter, locks horns with "Big Ben," ton last week. Mr. Puryear was man PLAY AT BELLE GLADES months. Road Department shows a total of

: )j f '. '" case and after hearing their side ot the pride of Tahokee, in a 15-rounrt 511,902,812, nad it may be said here
, With additional used
ager of the Rod and Gun .Club, whichis gas being
:". ;:>'", \ the question the committee adjourned semifinal. These boys are ;well one ,of the Collier chains of hotelsin The Willing Workers Class of the the, state roads, under construction in (Please turn to page 2))

J ::"'::2.:'J until next Tuesday afternoon ats;: known to local fight fans, having i Florida He also managed the First Baptist Church of Lake Worth the county the coffers of the school

: "'""i' o'clock, when the committee will fought several times on even terms Clewiston will give a play at the Legion Hall: in have been greatly increased. State Accepts Road
. <, ,. Inn for two years for the I
continue the hearing Several cars I and. thi bout is scheduled for 15 Dolle Glade next Tuesday night. The
; Clewiston What dispoifsion will be made with
,..'' '. ; : from Clewiston and LaBelle, filled I rounds in an effort fo cTelermine olice: I j play: "Judkins' Grocery Store' was lie gas money next year remains" to From County Line

, :.,,',.' :.- ---. with supporters of, law and order in and for all which is the better man. : Mr. and Mrs. Puryear will cave !;, given .In Lake Worth several weeks be been) when the legislature 'ad- To Baker's Highway

.. Hendry county will leave for Tallahassee Beth are big, strong, tough, two- next week for Georgia,.where he will ago and was such a success that efforts :- journs. It is hoped, that the small

k I ;. Monday morning ,fisted fighters and the fur is' always become manager of one of the COiners were made to bring the play to counties will receive more benetit Tile state road department has accepted -

:;;'',;..'. It Is understood' that several very sure to fly when they come together. hotels in that state. Belle Glade. than they have during tho past year, the new: state road from the

severe charges were made against The main prelim, six rounds, sees The proceeds of the play will be
', l' I J\lr. and Mrs. Puryear nave many / Whrn tile gasoline tax law was Palm, Beach county line to Baker's,
those who have been fighting for a Sam Clark, from Seminole Farms, I' friends in Clewiston who will hate to used to purchase a set of encyclo- first put into force the counties re- l Highway, with tho: exception of a

clean county with good government vho) won by a knockout in the first/ Bee them leave, but rejoice with them pedias for the school. Other features celved ''a'' liTie ,amount.. During the small strefcli of the road that runs

These charges are expected: to be round in his last appearance here, in their new field of work. Mr.Pur. will supplement the play, making upa 1, last session 57 the state legislaturethis through the Clewiston tow site.

heard at the meeting Tuesday. Those take!= on "The Fighting Spider" otPahokee. I year has operated some of the lead two-hour program under the direction aw was changed and: .the smaller Tile ,E. F. Powers Construction
Tho made them will
'c be to be
expected ing hotels in Sarasota and other of Mrs. C. A. Daniels. .. counties have sufefred.Henflry Company, who built the road, have
present and prove their statements or Marvin Autman meets Felix Helvln- There will be a small l admission to other
I points in Florida for the past six I ( County has received less move dall of their equipment
else will be strlckened
they from the son local Boy Scouts, in a four-rouud years. -barge of 15 cents for children and state money than any other county In jobs, with the exception of, the oil

records. curtain raiser. ::5 cents for adults. I south Florida' during the pas two tank an'a few small pieces of road
The entire count'is interested. In '" '
' 4\ years. : machinery
. :.h the case and from all indications a The Interest: already aroused not Report of, Activities ". : I I It. A. Shaw, who has been incharce
large delegation representing only here but in neighboring towns, "
\ CLEIVISTON MILL Dick' l While Has Returns I of the work for. the construction -
section of the county will be in Tallahassee is such as to make additional' seating : ,
: Date the
Cane Ground Total Sugar Made To Bags company; stated< that road
Tuesday' when the hearing is capacity necessary and wffh popular From Columbus HospitalDick
Line Hallway
I Today To Date Made D te' Shipped from the AtlanticCoast, !

continued. prices Bags Bags I to Baker's highway was accepted i

.. During the past six months the Previous I 256,581,40 120,350 A, 'White, popular mechanical first.: This section of the road Is now
'" crime conditions of Hendry county .- .\ contractors tohad
superintendent at the Clewiston .being used by The new
rt.-:,::; have, improved to such a degree that MAY DAY PROGRAMThe April 15 2,201.25. 258,782.65 \ .', a,5G7 .....'. .....121,917. ,. '..:.' 1,75'0 Clewls- the siding near
,, .. 1 ; l !-iI.. ; News,'Is expected! to return :to the rock from
Ir. ,
.:,:., no one is expecting to have the county \ '. :' ,:r'. '! '
: :April 17 Rain :" ton today from Columbus, GST, wherehe the Clewiston Dairy to the unfinished
rS; turned over' to tho lawless ele ,Clewiston School will
;; give a weeks
several ago. tho road.
; as operated on section of
18 : 600
April 3,076.40 261,859.05 123,027
1.\'. ment. The fight will be won by Hen- May Day program, it was announced ". Mrs. Louis Morgan, Macie, and Within a few weeks Hendry coun-

dry county's best people and when Uy Mrs. J. E., Beardsley, principal, April 19 3,09.1.35 264,953,40 1,606 124,63.. ..,000 Mrs. J. N. White accompanied Dickto ty win have completed its first state I

they assemble at the capitol on this week. The school will close! I 1 \ Mrs. Morgan has been highway which will connect Jlewls-
': April 20 1,362.75 266,316,15 706 125,339" None Columbus
Tuesday important facts will be next month. Work has already started visiting her mother and sister at Shiloh ton with the West and' East Coast

brought before the committee. on the May Day program. I I April 21 1.970.85 268,281.00 813 1.26.344 1,005 ( a. near Columbus. cities





The average mother does not want ; enue, Federal Aid, $3,172,876, is from

THE CLEWISTON NEWS'published her son to be a fighter! there will oc I i Ii the national government and can be

cur iumust his life time when manhood used only In construction of roads SCHOOL

every Friday at take charge and if lie. has lived'{ and bridges on the Federal system. NEWS i

Clewiston, Florida. a clean life he will be able to meet Not a cent of it can be used on pure- i

13ringlyour ly state roads, or for the maintenance
\LOUIS A. MORGAN .... Publisher these conditions as they nriso. '
-- boy to the American Legion boxing of roads. Up until last year our average

Entered at the-Postoffice at Clew- arena and show him what can be I allocation of Federal Aid was PRINCIPAL. Miss Sara Greene

Iston, Florida, as second class matter. and right think .I slightly less than a million dollars a
done by right living .
Mr J. E. Bcarddcy 1.: :,: : ; Mrs. Nell Stewart
I year but was increased as of July 1, : < ; \
SUBSCRIPTION RATES !ing.BENTLY. I I and hall \]' "..',. .. ..: ;:'.:.\t-'?..., .... i.
< A 1930, to approximately one a .':- Mrs. W. C. PrevittAfi.s
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TEACHERS .r" .,.' '< \ .a: ;: ,:
One: Year ....... ................................ $2.50 million dollars per year for a three ;' ... ... ..'. ._ .; .
SAYS STATE 'I.I > ',::0" .> ;: Williams '
Six Months .................................... 1.50 year period, this increase being in the : ..: Miss Ola Pcl'eicay ; \ Jamye ,
I .,
Three Months .............................,.. .75. FROM ROAD BUDGET same ratio to all of the state. And bya : I S I Mr.\ George Smedley .

late act of Congress an emergency .. ,
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ADVERTISING RATES fund! was set up for Federal aid to alleviate .

Fort--five cents per inch. No discount that there is no reason for believingthis unemploment, which temporary The Tattling Tarpooter'' Wuen Jack was a baby fie was Tho nasturtiums which the loom

for plates. No special position amount as set up to be less than fund aided greately: to Florida's alp Stolen by a tiger and carried to the planted some time ago are keeping .

guaranteed. All advertising copy the maximum. And here is where tho location for 1931. FRIDAY APRIL", )1931 toiest. There he was brought up by the room spring-like with their color

must be in this office on Wednesday funds will come from:, "The final Item of Income in 1931 I VOLUME 1 I-NO.6. some Kind wolves. When Jack was The pupils gave the flower box in the ,

before issue of paper. Bal on hand Jan. 1, 1931 $ 786,156.19! "County funds on hand, dut and anticipated I rt _iim eiftnt years oltT he c 'Iled' one mother rcom a new coat of green paint.

Gasoline tax 2c gallon .... 4,500,000.00 '$343,8TOY' represents contributions EDITOR Mary Louise Oglesby Lore t. The knight took him to the Believe it or not-

RIGHT LIVING Auto License ((70 percent from several counties of 1\ astle. '!here -he was given flue: Betty Hooks wore c. circus last

) Fund ... ................ 3,100,000.00 their own' minces to be spent for I clothes. ,He was given every thing he week.

Boxing, known the world over as Federal Aid Anticipated 3,172,876.00 them by the department on certain I REPORTERS wanted. :When he was 12. years old Bernice O'Neal wore overalls.

the manly art, has long since become I County Funds on Hand roads wholly within the boundaries ot -_. he got a pony. One day ne was to Tarpotcr cars are s'finking.

one of our most popular sport's. Due and Anticipated. 343,810.00 the counties so contributing; and of Society Editor-Mary Louise" Oglesby be in a race. He won the race. He I i.tuis Merman ha* suggested a

Total Estimated Re- course, no part of this sum can be was to marry the king's daughter and bunch of to Mina Petteway.
Taught in all of the leading colleges Athletic Reporters".........Merrel Lowe new pets )

sources for year 1931 ,.$11,902,842.19 used for general construction. and. .. .... Richard Bestor get the whole kingdom when he was Billy Owe nhores she will take tee
its rise since the bare knuckkle daysof I ....... ? .....".,,.

John Sullivan. :: has been sensa- 10 percent' Reserve for I Girl Scout Scribe..........Mae Lily. Stone :2U years old. When he was 20 he was him, but Lonls says Billy is jealous. _
Emergency: Worl: ...... 1,190,248.22Net I II Kind to every one. One day the Miss Greel1' '. ban been
tional.Educators. the world overseeing State Repairs BridgeOn Boy Scout Scribe...................,Van Bush I A little while ': room playing ;
I had
the advantages derived Jtrom Estimated Resources queen a baby boy. see-saw, l.utebalJ, basketor.il, bidt" .

courses, given our soldl"! ts iluiinir the ; Available, for LaBelle Highway after King Jack's father and mother 'lid go seek, M.d running: r.icm. .

World War, are encouraging the art. Road Con s truction Next Friday afternoon, the MayDay came to see him. King Jack was so Miss Williams' pupils! nave rlf'n:

It not only Inslljls selfconfidencein and Maintenance for The stale road department la rebuilding : ptogram: will be held at the glad to, see his father and moXher. practicing the Indian Corn coremony.

1931 .... ....... ............... $10,712,557.07 uooano school.At Nay Pole, GI'j>v Worm, and races lor.May .
our :youths but it makes them! re- two bridges near the
monies to be paid '
the ClewIstonJTaBellehighway. 1 o,c <>.ck we will have a base- : Day.
alize that physical perfectiol'ctn: plantation, on
1931 from BILLY DAVIS
only be reached ,through right: thinking :- Road Department during These bridges were not ball game between the Rinkky Dinks, 1\!rs. Hansc'i was our visitor at: our .
uurely] state sources, we have then I ton eutive events will take :Second: Grade .. r .
I place assembly Monday morning.' ." -
the was completed ,
and clean living.The built when grade .w-as !
When tiny baby he wasslCTon
these two items: Jack a '
captained Richarl Bestor and Hot *
absence of ladies and children from Clewiston to Goodno, several' by Merrel and Luther have jeenaD-,
Gasoline tax 2 c per gal .... $4,500,000 Shots' team. After the the by a tiger and carried tp the .
'at recent boxing matches held at but were bunt by the coun- game sen because ..r chicken pox. _
years ago '
cent here he brought up by
Auto license (70)) per forest.. was _
Jiewiston has been I to the state road officials There wil be dashes, three legged I Itarcia' AvMiit. Roberta! George, andnary
very nouceaoie. fund ......_............................, .. S.lOO.Ono ty.According races, wheel barrow and sack some )kind wolves. When he was '
to races. Louise Oglesby painted TDO
The American Legion is, psi :ng on A total of ............................;... $7,600,000 the highway from Clewiston j I Awards will be given the eight years ilfl he called one mother
until this repair room getting lines on the l'lsketbalJUf': Tiiesu.i -
closed .
good, clean boxing bouts and every LaBelle will be
"These, two items yielded, in 1931 the most points. The winner in and the other daddy. ..
possible consideration is: shown the work has been completed.The I : > atternooii.
Gasoline tax $4,527,699.18, auto license After a few Jays he learned how
each event gets a blue ribbon, and Marvin AUman has been absent
ladies and. children. Parents ot I ((70 per cent) fund 3151378. detour around these bridges I the talk to the wolves. One day a pony
who ,are ,: second gets a red ribbon. this week. His: father ha-j been tick.
Clewiston and those ,,
should I bad.
accompany i their "7.. a, total of 767007775. I regret to considered i After the ran away. One of the wolves caught
in that field events there will be The absence of ,Merrcl and Marvin
children to those shows:: and Imnr Cc; say that these sources of revenue not familiar'with the country I. him and the boy .had him a pony.
U May Day procession. Marcia
upon them that liv living: a clean life have been decreasing: rather than increasing section are requested to use the One day Jack was ding} out in the !w.hurt thr boys' br.filtutu.ill! : team. .

and thinking cyan thon!:*'itq tnov may : during the .last few years. "Tonre Haven road for the next)I I Avant May. There will be will crowned be competitive Queen of set the I forest. He saw a little girl. He took I I Richard Bes'tor, Hobby: P.iuerson.
Petty: Spicer, Miss Wi'-' : ui, rmu.
accomplish the desires of their liprts. "Another item of anticipated rev- week. exercises her to the wolves. They let him and
ting up folk dances and a
to Wj-j
I I some more went farm.
j I .health pageant presented before the her go.

. . . . mw R. . . . .d I queen. The grand finale will be the They got in the married.forest. .he One came day Jack to a Bench because, Saturday.she fad to Betty go 10 feels the ch/atp.d.. C\].',st.

May Pole dance by 16 girls. j was out
instead of the movie .
I ?
He didn't know
in the
1r May Day in the past lew years has
He ,
bear's house.
_. this was the three
.. IN' -- _. been celebrated all over the country
Friday the Girl Sc.m's met at
:' :Io.. .f_'" .. I went in and there were the three :
g ... as Health Day. On May Day we are
:--I:1.f: : 1-y The bears ate, him up and tIP! shack and planned a wf/lnor ronst
: I Bears.
r / giving the people of Clewiston
2 an
..(, opportunity
"' ....... '.'''. -- the end of the boy. nif; hike for ;;,e follovlui liy. 'c n?
that was
.r', i ;:, .. I to see what we nave been
> .. ,fi'. ." :. ..ali Girl Scouts from Belle ('lado] came
.c. SOS ki brit. ", .". ").;{:,. i '... .' 1 I emphasizing in health in our daily
:-: ..:::: :' : work. The second and third grades have I I ov"r and -hil ed with t 1 s. "VY
IIJ I been having a series of spelling school house and hiked. to the
..,. ', I The Clewiston School Library is
The third Tj'lge; the longest routs : show cur
week. .o
... ... being checked. If you have failed to matches for the past I .
I I I grade teams are the "Sunshine":: and visitors the pretty homes on the HEP. _
return a library book, you may do so '
"r. .'. .- I ..Moonshine." The present score is When we arrived at the JHil1'c
this next week without charge for I :,
; p t .- l ,: rri of "MoonshineIn v ant in swimming. Wj \veregolr-g '::p.;::
: sAto 1 in \01'
.51 ; t / fr I the days it was overdue. }Books will :
I not be checked out alter May. Day. the second grade the "Sunshine'team I to have lunch there but il rali1'3dn, \

has defeated the "Fanies"twite. i wy went to Mrs. Jeffries' Jiouse. It
We have some good readers in Miss
m I I stopped raining when wo jot the.r sow
.G.i ecue's room: Beulah Gutbrie,
I The second readers who had luu ( had lunch on the lawn, in her back:

Itunell McGehec, Gus Cantrell. Alma
week in spelling are: I ysici. After lunch Biked to
y ; Swindle and per cent lor the we the
I 1 Charley Ivy made 100
.: ..KT cent. Billy Davis, Dick Patterson, June sugar: mill. The Clewiston. Scouts
i per I
i.\' ...ot1. In number work. Bonnie Collins. ,Hooker: Eddie Walls, Julia Oglesby, stewed the Belle G?<:'c' Scouts
,' oe1o" J Leonard Thomas. I through Ole mill.
Richard Owen, Martha Harris, Cre John Mowry and Then we hiked

ola Eddie Walls was the only second luck to the n-hoo 1 house: ana me
Scott, Janice Wynn, and Hunell
I McGehee excelled. The 100 per centers grader to get E }writing this week. I Belle]) Glade girls went homy. ..TlfJ! ,

l in spelling were: Kenneth Nail, I In. third grade the E's went to J. D. ; girls who 'were present wel'ottrg! i,

Ii T e HuncH McGehee, Gus Cantrll, Bobbie I Hooker, Joe Leiter, and Ralph i ret Bush, Beth, Sarah Diana. Hahn;

Collins, Jimmy Bethea and Richard S Ihomas. I II BeStty O'Dell, Martha, l':vEl: }'ll Hare.

Owen.In E in reading was earned by: J. D. i Alary Bush, Mae Lily Stone, Mary \

.!!I .. '.t. sixth grade spelling Ed Clark, I Hooker, Ralph iliomas' i-etua svaiio;; I I Louise Oglesby, ArcTTne Jefires, Jor-

iii :,;.....' .' .I William Johnsojp and Ruth Parker '!; James Hines in third grade, and otKy Hare Lois Walls, Mildred Ward,

S juua uglesoy. and Annie Jt'uicu *n Roberta Spicer, and
had a perfect record. There were no Jerry

LJli I ten raters in arithmetic second grade. Kerr.. .. ,
; however,

$ 7'9 0 ( i Harold Lang and William Johnson Miss Petteway's room recently ; ..J.. .

619 .3 7 ...Hidel.! In fiuh grade, Elva; Alston made a trip to the ridge to find spe THIS WEEK. IN
their nature
cimens of leaves for
I' '. rated 10; Bob Beardsley, RalphI THE LEGISLATUREweek
worK. They also visited the nursery. .
:' ,;1 m O'Neal, Bill McLure, and Donald I
I 1ir.Vatlins showed his j nursery tome
Deam rated 99. The prize speller in I a statement of House expenses, \
hi cask v class and explained many unusual a
fifth grade is Carl Lucksiuger. also for the same week of the session
In high school, the honor roll pu. two years ago.

: Saved for Flby ElI pils for tho past month are: Marcia The class is grateful for the money "Our standing committees are now
= S : 0 i'i aians i I Mr. Butler donated to finish paying ,
S Avant, Roberta George, Vincent Ogl lor weir basketball. functioning r believe harmony prevails -

E csby, Mildred Brantley, Roy Green, among Ole members and the
buses i. 1930 | Under the direction of Miss PetteI -
:. /:, motor E i nil Junior Thomas. This is the House is getting down to ''Dusitf&& s
I way, the fourth, fifth and sixth .gi add
longest list this year. Some of us at I ana trying to work out some system
R I* boys, have been enjoying all kinds ot 1,
MORE than half a million dollars cash was saved i least are sprinting on tne. home i oi taxation that, will be of benefit to \( '
baseball, setting up I
a this state 1 b' 'motor buses last year! This f. M,. I stretch. I sports including the state at 'large." S
.. is the sum Floridians actually put back into their g exercises: : and races.. Harold Lang.
I Tomasello
PASSENGER BUSES pockets, because motor bus fares are so much lower made 3CGO feet in 16 seconds. In the |I I expressed -
'. ", AN OLD TIME: STORY himself in this manner: "Jt is
PAY THE STATE than those of other travel meth'ods. wheel barrow race Ralph O'Neal and apparent -
that this S g By JULIA ANN OGLESBY that there is greater nomo-
Motor bus lines of Florida And isn't all. While saving travellers all John Dennis Gann won Owen Winn
paid 13.54 per cent. of their money, Florida bus lines paid 13.64 per cent. of their J l! Second Grade won the crab race in his class and b''' :leit of thought than was antici--
gross revenue In taxation gross revenue back in taxes compared to C.3 per a
ra Once in a deep forest there was rated, especially after a very visible
last year as compared Ralph O'Neal won for the boys over
cent. paid by the next highest taxpayers, the rail-
with 6.3 per cent paid by cottage where an old man lived. rift among the
Jny major
railroads -over twice as roads. Each bus paid 9.8 times as much for the build-, H I I ten. Ralph won the cart wneel race. Interests ot
much! and of the' one night he .heard. a noise, seizing this state. Po
Ing upkeep public .highways as average per g I!I too. Morris Ford won the summersault -
The average motor b"a motor vehicle tax. pj, i ills gun he opened, the door and there Walker Fears won the "The legislature, of course; )s cnj -

\ pays towards 19.8 road times upkeep as m. as. The National Automobile Chamber of Commerce says, k .. as a.) tl ld goat that nan a very I.I, frog jump race;and Owen Winn and Ralph i j f tu-:Jy too young to predict wfiat: win

E'?' .. the average motor vehicle. "The motor bus pays 41 per cent. of the maintenance $ ;/owns son. Her son's name was II III 1 IH (the trend ,of the majority thought
cost of highways it uses." Think of it. almost half! tag race.
Motor bus taxes are sufficient g xoung Nimble. The two Had ,been I I ss to any particular
.-.- to pay 41.per cent. Yet there is only one motor bus to 982 other motor Gold star pupils in this room are: type of jegisla-
of the maintenance cost vehicles. e chased by a' fox and the night was Dan Beardsley, Roberta Spicer, Billy I lion However It would be sate, mntj'

of highways they use. What other transportation can serve this state so @ cold and snowing. The poor mother Owen, Bernice O'Neal, and Mildred opinion, to predict reasonable conservation
There 982 other motor
m vehicles are to every buev. completely and conveniently as the motor' bus? No pother and her son Nimble were cold and Ward. in the matter of considering -
schedules frequent-no other fares so low- afraid when
so wet. The mother was ]legislation
The average bus fare Is The good spelelrs this week! are: not worth while, as
only 77 per cent. as much no other service reaching to every little town' and & ;he ',saw; the gun, and trembled with wc-1 as that doubtless
as other transportation community, as well as to'each.big city. B Dan Beardsley) Roberta Spicer. HOd-I effort
faresSavin. ,tai, font: her brave son, Nimble, was I will be
Floridians realized in
: Deam the matter of tine'abolition
the difference.. Experts say that the motor bus is the greatest travel B man Wallace, Alice Bernice I
-tralil at
factor in the up-building of the South. And it takes a O'Neal Ardine Jeffries, Bernice Gu of many unnecessary offices

burden of road upkeep expense off the taxpayers. Can The good old man said, "Fear not, thrie, and Edna Hightower.The I[I nun( i-fsent expenses administer--

anything be more fair than this \i."; t.ot hurt you, Mrs. Goat You IMP.. api-i! ties of govjrnnio' t
bad word box is filling up fast. primarily .
and :your brave son, Nimble, may Anyone who uses poor English must oni led with th.3 stars govern-

clime in and sit down and ,rest, and An,1t.aiy.
\ k sfcs"? **.**3 put his word in the box 'so that he :
with As I am growing old.11'8. '
= !live me. ; observation
cannot use it any more. gay'icrerl my
,\ Goat may .cook for me.
To whom do these names belong: :aivp?gl: for speaker wMto resulted clt
After the good old man died, then '
rsilly, Sstud IIaJC.Plnthole, lint, ,:: my prediction 'prior to lha COKvm'.ng -
) .- ..d the cottage; and lived there toothless' Johnny fiob. Two Story, of thJs" session of tb.i l/' ;)sJa-
I PASSENGER BUS ASSOCIATION B liarpy ever after. When the old many I', ,
-.d, Mildew, Tater, ConK, Guy, Betsy, I. tur-i U'at doubtless harm>uv could be
was young ho was 'mean to the poor cma1Ji
2-L: Dot. Sardine,. Fits, Sneezer, Eye Balls r';r. expected is 8": tf.ir: arefll'm
\ : a but had learned to be good and kind J
t i .. P-.Miky, and Cotton? !I'
.".. .., I n I a
..; I| wn.q loved! by every one. All theioatsTovca The arithmetic sharks for the ,
: we lare: ,Dan, Roberta, Volet Bet 'h. .
him and all the
.,' .: 1I' '" LeRoy Billy, Owen. and :MPdrr'l '
t\a, ,
\. : ol' all Kinds loved him. SUBSCRIBE FOR .THE;;;:
Ward. 'The good readers are Louis.
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I I. V'HEN JACKJlVAS A BABY ( Morgan, Edna Hightower, Owen Dan. '. CLEWISTON NEW-.! ...' :

Ky DICK PATTERSON Roberta, Alice- Deam. andBetty' .. ...... : .; '..... .

r ICDIE: +!.I10111N;!!llliliilillllllllliillliilltllllllllllllllllilllllllllllll!!!!::!! ; \!!! | ! llllllllllllllllllillllflllllllltlllllllillllilll! [ !! "t.. Second Grade Hooks. ,. ,. :"' .

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-x::; :.- yule on a visit to Mrs. Dribbow's cues; of I\GT..\. urother... "'. V, AJtlrc: \\'s-,
-O--/- :1Lczcatf mother John : ,:."" ..... : '
1 -----a-- 0:1 Mrs. unrnoite. l M'd. And!" S*. J .
Mrs. W." P. Andrews and little son, [( Misses Minnie Lou 1l0'V.1E'II'af '

== 2 IJ == ::1; LABELLE NEWS nil"'"- }'rs.Y.. ... Ho-raul' nnd Miss Ola )JIi..1: and Harry Ulne ,and JCoy

I Yat"' drove to Ft. Myers :Saturdayon :) G *ocn spent :Sunday:) aframoon m

r MRS. LEMUEL HOWARD T rhop: in pip. )limnnkalee.BLATE.
Mrs L. A. :Morgan, Jr.. Phone 369 f .
( ; y'", Unman. Stannard, :br:: an tIrvin --'-- -
., \" 'II 1 ...
j; S. Stannnnl of Fair Haven.
1 I .
Mr. ami:r1\US'-Neil: Stewart spent Mr. A. -\. Sias, Mr. Earl White, Mr. Chief Bud Mayo and F. D. Selby LaBelle Friday on business. Vt.. were recent vlstto'here.. hey PROPERTY N

Monday and Tuesday In Cocoa with John Formey and MT. M. D. wald
Mrs. Stewart's parents. I __ :I any serious Injuries when they turned :' .:Ui Mis. einuel Howard shopped in burg TO BE SOLD

Mrs. .J. S. Allliands and Mrs! :Spi-:: I. iioir car over while driving to Moore !! "uie City of Palms" Thursday. 'Mnd: :Mrs. J. H. Small, Mrs. Gertrude -j 0I

Mr. Norman Storey spent the past cer spent four days at the Girl :Scout:: Haven Sunday afternoon. I I .Mr. endUrs.. Charlie Heaton of FL Jacobs and little son. 'tester,
week-end here last wee kas guest or Training Camp at Jupiter. 1Iis8Ii1dl'ed: Curry of Tasmaina .y'.rs. ,"'s led 11and mrs. vV. 1#. of CI iston visited: Mrs R. I'. Small I BY COURTS

his parents, Mr. and. Mrs. N. i.!:. spent the week-end ,with' her .\ne'"s over the weekend. Sunday I .

i Storey. I Ii .'Trs. John Ivlowry and Mrs. ratter- .\1 r. and Mis. Van Curry. parents'j Mrs: .A.' C. Hammock "and children Mr rnn "is. Sam Cnrsrn and ,It'.*. I -

son were visitors to the Girl 'Scout J. H., Booth has returned of Bonita Springs were the weeK-cnd E. :J' Weekley motored to Everglades '

i Miss Elsie Hare,,)Miss Frances Mun- Tianihig Camp Thursday afternoon. I Lee Memorial Hospital, where he ha E I I guests:of, Mrs., Corinc Forrey and Mrs. Sunday I j Notice is being published. in this
P. Andrews. i week's' issue of the Clewiston News .
' roe, Mr. Gene Reier and Mr. Horace been for several days. w F. E. Selby and, Bud Mayd: niotoron
i'I Houze motored to West Palm Beach Mr.: and :Mrs. Roy Shaw Jell today I! O. II. Roundtree of Ft. Myers was Among those who attended the boxIng to Kr .'yers Sunday atrtinoonhTe; by R E. Kurtz, Special Master inI

Thursday night to attend a show. Mr. for West Palm Beach where they, m l..nHellelonday: and Tuesday on matches in Clewiston Thursday thEy attended the 'movies. i I Chancery that he will offer for sale

r Norman Storey of the University oft will make their home. I business._ nitit were Claud Adkinson. M. Jennings 1.\ Morgan and Troy :!11rti ear otCJ 'tf'l the highest bidder on Monday,

t\ Florida returned to Cle 'iston' with -'- I i "Dad" Robertson has returned from W. F. Turne, Smilley Wil I .ou 'ton were in LaHo: 'm dray. May 4th at the court bouse in La-

them. I Mr. and .'Mrs. R. M. Har: spent]I a trip of several weeks to Pahokee. liams. Lyndsay Stallings, Roy Gilbert. I Mrs: Sam Carson and I CnleF Mayo I Belle the property of Aaron Blate

Wednesday in Fort 1Iersll"s. : : |I He is the guest of his daughter, Mrs I and Willard Williams were business visitors, hi; Vt. Myers I land others as defendants and J. >3.

Mr. W. C. Hanson and Mr.1J.. U.' r Doris Fughurn Quite a few young; people enjoyed i Thursday. Cottrell as Complainant. -

Bishop flew to Fort Myers Thursday. .:\ Blair Wilier of Lincoia NI h., Mrs. O. J. Jackson, Mrs Matoslak, the community singing'held at Mrs. H. L. f. Laney and Lorenzo Jj ll?Hr.I Aaron Just Dlate prior 'to started the 1928 construction storm Mr.oli

has joined her husband hero at the Misses Frances and Matasiakwere N. :Millers Sunday afternoon; it will lu.returned ,
from a weok'end motor: the Plate building but the
Those attending the show "Trader Kettle home. shoppers in Ft. :Myers Thursday. be at Mrs. John Pooles' next Sunday n II) to Tampa and Gainc vtei l. I storm it was partly wrecked.during Cons -
Judge C. O. Ross. Sr., and Mr. and afternoon.
Horn" in West Palm Beach from Mrs Joe Miller and ciui.tien crViif truct5on i was again started and com
Clewiston Thursday night were Mr. Mrs. Cleo Houze is visiting.fu :Mom- :Mis. C. O. Ross, Jr., and little son, Mr. and Mrs.: Dan Blount olBrooksvllle Beach are the gueSt OT her parents I. pleted. Mr., Blate died before the

and Mrs. Harry Vaughan, Mr. and phis Tenn., and HeudeisoqvH!! N. Charles, were visitors on business in are spending several days Sir and Mrs. Homer Hand, in building:: was officially opened and

Mrs. W. P. Vaughan, Miss Frances I II C. Ft. Myers Thursday. here visiting' relatives and friends. "':ioilh LaBelle for an Iniefinlie MayMr. : Herbert and Y'ctor' Blate have teen

I Vaughan, :Miss Frances Monroe, Miss Mrs. James Wililams aud Miss Mr.and. Mrs. George Berow and ; L. N. Thomas ot Felda, was operating the store as Blate Brothers.
Hor-I' Mis. W. C. Hanseu, LitJei111 -, Myrtis Wililams shopped In Ft. Myers Mr. and :Mrs. A. L. and their
Elsie Hare, Mr. Gone flier, Mr. Taylor trnnracting< business in uiU! .Ml? Monday : The Blate property is being sofa' In
f I Mrs. P. G. Bishop Little Glen, and Friday. daughter'' LaBelle. and J.H.
ace Haute Mr. Bill Gibbons, Mr. Roy i of accordance with and to satisfy : fe-

., ...Green and Mr. E.R.. Theriot. jl I Mrs. F.1.. Wright and children The Community Club met Tuesday Fears of Ft. Myers spent the ?lrs Charles Keaton of Fl." ;Myers Tree together with all cost of court

,.,/ ---' I spent pleasant day on the oeach aI afternoon- with Mrs.George Berow .week-end af Ft. Myers Beach and en- arc: spending: several day here, the I and sale.

Miss Jewel Lowe, Arthur Lawrence Palm Beach Tuesday. and Mrs.' Selden L','., Stewart as host joyed a trip to Sainbel' Island Sun'

and George ,Smedley attended the',; esses.Mrs.' I I l day. They 'had dinner at, the Mattnis

show in West Palm Beach Friday Mr. and Mis. Thomas Shelley en- Kicklighter of Felda 'Shopped Hotel.

night. I tertained their bridge club" Wednesday in LaBefle Saturday:. I mark Poole and Frances Fulghun PURE 0 CLEAR SOLID

night at their home, A rerr.eSl1-1 Miss Lucile Hampton entertained a motored ''to Punta Gorda Sunday aft I sr.r '

Miss Elsie Hare, Miss Frances ment course of pie a la moil l and cot- number of friends at a steak roast ernoon. ,

:Monroe and Mr. Van Cothern were In fee was served to the tolowing Friday night at "Clay Pit.: I Mr. and Mrs. Ray Driblow and their '

Moore Haven Saturday; on business. guests: Miss Jamye Williams, Sally '0. Wagner of Citrus Center was in HaTe daughter are here from Brooks-

Greene, Frances Munrose. Honciei

Miss Joy Wililingham of Moore Haven Stone; Messrs. J. W. Ezelle, A. *' /'. I

was in Clewiston Saturday.Mr. Sias. h:. E, Kelly Casey Jones, Mr.

and Mrs W. C. Pruitt, Mr.and. Mrs., ;

and Mrs. Roy' Alston and Roy Shaw Mr. and )Mrs. Hoy Duua- Oldest ELEANOR SHOP Exclusive ,
Shop in
daughter. Harriet, are spending a, few way. Palm Beach .... .. .5. Inexxpensive Yet -E
days in Moore Haven.: 243 Main St. Palm Meach

Miss Bee Kettle entertained Her J ,; Open Until 9:00 P. M.

Miss Jewel Lowe, Arthur Lawrenceand bridge club Wednesday night. Asamlwirh ,

A. W. Sias attended a show in cake and coffee course 'was QOWER ;
Op 0o
I West Palm Beach Saturday night. '-'rvo'i tf'l the following guests: Mr. .r.
I and Mrs. Jim Beardsley, Mr.. andM's CLOSING SATURDAY -
Mrs. Joe Gfevenberg left Mondayto I :T r: S Allhands.: Mrs. Splcer, Miss! I DEPARTMENT ;,

visit her mother in Savannah G\: I Leydig, Mr.B.. H. Blair and Mr. Glen SELLING OUT. THE ENTIRE STOCK OF MERCHANDISE' RE- i


John Formey of Canal Point was 111'' 1J
i I J
Clewiston Sunday as guest of Ur..f.. .
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v E"zelle. :.. ,,, ...,. .,. ..SUBSCRIBE. FOR DRESSES : : : : : : .. j ,4" ';'
';:" ';" :; : -; A..--'- \,.'. 2. _-$8.95 : : 1". ... ...'
.'. ,' up to $14.85 'each, Cantons, (I
Roy Green, 'E.R:' Tlieriot. Bill Gibbons THE, CLEWISTON NEWS' Silks, Rajah Prints. Chiffonsand I I,' :r.I r.,

and Archibald Bourne motored various other materials ................ ,. saC '\. .' :p I
'' I i iI
to West Palm: Beach Thursday night ,;. PHONE 339 : J ,
; : j
to a show. ,
-' COATSFormerly I C ',.
:Mr., and MrsThomas: Shelley and I I, up to $19.50, Polo, Tweeds, $7 95' .' }. ,. 1
Mr.: E.E.. Kelly spent the past week- \ Flannels in .Tan White and Pastel :', \ S j
end in Daytona Beach. Shades, ........................,....,......................... ) i. :; .- .'. :
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NOTICE OF MASTEK'S ALE : : ,::10: < ,. I
Mr. ana Mrs. Norman E. Storey .
j Notice is hereby given that under TRAVEL SUITS I Ij
were visitors In Miami for several j I and oy virtue of a ifiial decree m a '
days of the past week {j certain cause pending i in the Circus Formerly up to $27.50, In the newest Pure Guernsey Milk i' ) I i j jI
I ,$14.85 j
I I Court of Hendry County, Florida,I. shades for traveling, in all sizes..,....?
wherein First Bank of from the ,5 i
Clewlsioii, a t
Captain Deane Duff and P. G. Bishop -,
corporation is complainant 'hat. I Ii
j and e I
are in New York on business. !!i A. Darcy, 'and others, are defendants i ij I F
--- i|j 1 win sell to the highest and best SPORT JACKETS )
I ac-1 bidder or bidders for cash, at the $3.95 CLEWISTON r DAIRY COMPANY i
Leland Crews of LaBelle has I Cantons, Flannels., Embroideries, Silk /)1 1 Ii
front door of the Court /
cepted a position with Bakers :Service :: -' nene, House at La and Novelty Prints .......,,... ....,._._........... l Ij t tr I
Hendry County
Florida, on tile
and Supply Co. I 4th day of May A. I)., lyji, tne same j Sugar land: Highway 1; Phone 333
being the first Monday in May, A. V.) .I
1\1 rand Mrs. Gene Powers and i I 1931, during the legal hours of 'sale EVENING DRESSES & VELVET WRAPS ,

Father Tinnagan spent Wednesday I| the following described property, IN ALL THE.NEW i
ins I lying and being in Hendry County, .. -" _' '1 "' r.tI'oO'17 .. .-' J_ "" '_
,, ti West PaTm Beach on business. i:I j Florida, to-wit: S $8.95, SPRING SHADES
I j Lot Four (4)) In Block Une Hundred -

Miss E nciel Stone and Mr. Casey'| Fifty-two ((152)), in the'
I I ,Townsite of Clewiston. '
Jones were visitors to West Palm !, Saul I HATSSTRAWS ox S 7
property will be sold to satisfy
Beach Saturday nigI f. !'f\! the said decree of said Court, together 2 $1 "
i with costs and expenses.J. .- FELTS AND NOVELTY BRAIDS s. (

Those, attending the show Sunday; -M. CUUbtJ:::; :, .. I .. !
i Special Master in Chancery. '"'
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AT:, West Palm Beach were as follows: SWEATERS "

.\, tfiss Kathryn Beam Miss Fa n ces .. 2 SLIP OVER SPORT SWEATERS $2.69 :
Munroe, Miss Elsie Hare, Miss Betty ITT ALL COLORS 1

Wfllets Mr. and Mrs. W. P, Vaughn, .6 :
.NOTICE OF SPECIAL MASTER'S Silk from top to toe. Imported Chamofsette. I
Dr. J. W. Ezelle Mr.Campbell. Nail SALE All standard makes..... washable in all shades '
I r Notice Is hereby given that under I
and by virtue of the final decree en-

{):>>it fft You \". tered 19931,on in the that 30th certain day of cause March pending, A. D., \ ALL BATHING APPARELNEHAF -S !

in the Circuit Court of Hendry County -. 0 PRICE TRY OUR SUNDAY DINNERS :
Florida, wherein J. S. Cottrell j is';
the the Complainant and Aaron Blate and!
others are Defendants I will offer for
CdlaC1 1\ : i sale and sell to the highest and best I The greatest values ever offered In the Palm Beaches. All sales J IJ I II
; bidder for cash, at the front door ot. final-No Exxchanges-No Refunds. I I

I .':" County the Court, Florida House, on at Monday LaBelle., the Hendry 4th I You can get a room and board at our hotel!'that I

day of May, A. D., 1931, during the '" -." ', '
I legal hours of sale the following desCribed = : -= : will feel home -
, I" = : : : ma e you at :' .
property, lying and being in ,
SEND VOUR, TROUBLES t e3-- Hendry Florida ,
County, to-wit; ; \
Lot lin Block 156 in tlw Townof .0- PALM BAKERY (
THE CLEWISTON Clewiston, Florida, less that .- '
portion of said lot beginning at
the Southeast corner, thence I tI
LAUNDRY CO. ning West alou-; the South ) ',; Patronize your home industries. '' ', : ... : !
Fussing and fretting about any dary of said'lot a distance of 1"tn'I I ',." '
I feet to the Southwest :
poor laundry work that you happen thence In a N'onhwesterly direc J. BRANTLEY & SON CLEWISTON'S POPULAR HOTEL !

to be getting will not help matters along the West boundary of III IIItion .
I .,t.., '\ said lot a distance of 27 feet to I j o I \
,. -"-'- be thing to do ei.is to "right about a point, thence in :an Easterly direction I. ;

j face" and change to our service. 62.93 fact to a point on .. i i
the' East boundary line of said I
Wearing the laundry that comes lots which Is 24.66 feet North of '. !I
back from this' shop will put you In the point of beginning, thence TED THE EXPERT I THE WATANABE. HOTEL '
South along the East boundary
a bai77 frame of mind. line of 'said lot -J distance of 24.CG Permanent Wave and Beauty Specialist in : J .,.' ', i

feet to the Southenst! corner: of ,r...; MRS. CLAUDE DOWNS, Manager.. ,. ,. l
point of beginning :
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CLEWISTONLAUNDRY first above mcn{loucl. ; ;. .: 3 :, ..
Said '
property will be sold in -
ac i .
inc.EL romance with and to ntify eaUl Decree Located at ', I ; '. .-
PASO AVE.fi SAN BONITA ST.FLQfUDA together with cost of sale. ::.. :: ,:: ,: r -: -= :: =-:::=-:: -=:= : :: : :::.-= = ::: '

'CI.EWJTON Special. Mastr R. E. In KURTZ Chancery.J. CHRISTIAN'S BARBER. SHOP .l lI ", ,

M. CAVE, Solicitor for Complainant CLEWISTON ,t r ". r 1 .
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SALE STARTS ., '", 'I. a: /j .-..:< ;'.' OF SUPER VALUES "

.:. Wednesday, April 22, '" .:,' "," >' a ;f J .' .. ). ...... Finest Clothing FrOm Our Poinciana

.:: t 8:30 A.M. and Breakers Shops
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.' Tweeds Chevriots, Cassimieres, Flannels White Sport Trousers Flannels ME"'INJ C Lj\y 1 : rrT 111 it 1\.TG SHIRTS PAJAMAS ] .-. ,

'. $4.00 and $5.00 values ...52,35l $2.00: and $2.50 ... .......... .$1.65 ri"; r..

values Serge ; AT DRASTIC REDUCTIONS!i 300. $3.50, $4.00.$2.35' '
$7.50 $
; $3.75 .' $3.03 and $4.00: fancy.$1.7.5Oxfords
5.85 .......... .
; $5.COf $6.00, $7.50 $3,65
----I __ _' r '; Freeman Suits .. $3'and $4.r........$1.75
ii-'; Hickey .
: Wash Trousers '. Madras. $3 and $4............$1.75 UNION SUITS -
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Wool Knickers '
.:;, .. Gabardines, Linens \ .> : : 20 Dozen -
Values to $1S.50 '. ,
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:::. $4.75 $2.95 i ::1,:: ; IRREPROACHABLE STYLE UNIFORM EXCELLENCE OF TAILORING SHIRTS Regular $1.00 Values..65c

I.:. 6..75 \ SPRING'S NEWEST SELECTION OF LLAMANDO'S. CASSIJIIEUE'S. Co. .. .$3.00 value I ..............?...... $1.35 15 Per CentReduction
: Wash Trousers .
Few Silk 'Shirts
I'r(< Imported Linen Linen, KnickersValues :r CHOICE OF T
f $46088 THE HOUSEHickeyFreeman
> 'Values to $8.50..54.95GOLF 'On All Manhattan
f v- Tropicals and Nurotex to $7.50 4t
I Underwear
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?>. $6.00 values $4.75. $3.95 : All 1 New 1931 Sjring : HOSE MEN>SBATHING

k'r..:.,.. SPORT COATS Models $3.00, $3.50 and *$4.00.$2.35 SUITS

I PAe11's Pajamas Leghorns- Milans Fashioned from the finest 'foreign 'and Values to $50. $2.00 and $2.50...:.., ....,..1.656
t '. ; Suits that were headlined this season. : 15. Per CentReduction
: 'domestic woolens. Styled and tailored
: Basket: weaves, imported Dubin nubs, ...... ..
I' $4.50 .... ..
i -! $C.OO and $7.00 Values: _................................................:.......)$4.7G. I, ia a manner Insuring quality.; Newest I '. unfinished ,worsted and Herringbone and $5.00 ; $3.65

: .- $8.00, $10.00 and 12.00 Values :.................?.............:.;:..-,....$ .75. shades of tan, green, blue and browns.. I weaves.browns. Fancy: blues tans, grays: and
, r t On All Suits
$15.00 to $20.00 Values ...................................;.........,,.::.._..:.'.$9.75. $37.75 TIES Bathing
.. r $34.75

- i'/' SPORT .' ..$2.00: and ,$2.50 values.$1.35. : : Fitted. r
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: 25 COATS< :
,,..',:.:. : SAILOR STRAWS.00 .>." : ::i'' ':.j 'All 1931 Summer Suits : ) ,"'$1:50. ":' Values. ...A....It.". .;<.:;..>..x.$5;: : .'":.':, rfTraveling. CasesFinest
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$-;-. and $5.00 Values ,.........................................................$2.75 -VALUES. TO $18.50 v $1.CO Values I k75c:: !
$5.00 and $7.50 Values ..................:........................................$4.35 ......-- _--.; .,.,,:--... -.A I ,.;f'- A great range of fabrics. Nov East, Leather
; Silk: and Worsted Sunfoil, mid-summer

: $10.00 Values I .......r.;.........._.........................................;...........$5.25\ Worsteds, Pebble Weaves and Twilled SOX 25 Per Cent Off
SPORT CO ATS .' Flannels, Sliver Gray, Silver Tan, Brown
i ,,' and Blue.! '
i CAPS't-t; The fabrics are beautiful Gabardines, ) $27.75 I 50c Sox ...'..................:..........35c Bonson Nighters

Camelhair and Llama in Herringbones .. $.5.00 and $6.00 .... .... ......$3.65
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i.';' $2.50 and $3.00 Values ............................,..............................$1.8.5- and Sheppard Checks. Grays, Tans, PALM BEACH AND 3 for $1.00
5-. Browns, Greens and Blues. Silk trim Discontinued SoftCOLLARS
:', $3.50 and $4.00 Values ..........................:..'............................$2.65 med.. NUROTEX SUITS 75c Sox .... ............\.L..........55c
:.1':. $5.00 and $6.00 Values ............,.........;..........._.....................$3.35 $17.75 $15.75 ; '
2 $1XX> 35c and 50c Values .... ......10c

;, \ Ladies' Bathing Suits ILADIES'READY- WEARD Ti A r Tir e -r ( t 0LuJiJLPi1Ci3
t. H.u (
. Special reduction! on all better French
,I: Jersey Bathing Suits. Two-piece and J .
t': novelty one-piece models in this group MILLINERY
:;" 20 per .cent reduction on.. all., other D RESSE S
/' .. bathing suits excepting Jantzen. ........ NO. 1incluulng Values to $12.50
High and Low Heel
bu,.ous. horsehairs. linens 45 0 85' "
A Marvelous Assortment of Sleeveless ahd peanut straws. Styles Golf Including Shoes $I '. m

;. $5.00 values in Cretonne ................$2.95 Silk. : Sport'Dresses for This Event
:5'.. S15XX values In reversible Terry r GROUP N0. 2

: Cloth ............... ............... .:..........,. $$3.9 : Includes stitched crepes and shan Values to $14.50
; $15.00 values in Jersey and Imported ,>. 0 $8.88 :: .S. horsehairs, felts 31' 5 Blonde, Red, Blue $ 5 8 5
.) Terry Cloth ..... .. .... .. ......... ..$5.95 tungs, $3.95 pastel : PAIRS Pumps and Straps

.:. CORSETS Sizes 14 to 44 _ ;

roupNo.l[ Group No. 2 SPECIAL DRESS VALUES Rough straws in all desired colors $14.50 '
$5.50 385 Many
Cor s e I ettes of Corselettes I and St Beautiful$7e85
$1 .00to118.0vs..10.9 & $12.75
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\ Jersey, Poplin Girdles i $3.50 'KNOX FELTS PAIRS
r,; Values to $8.50.
and Brocade, or $29.50 to $35.00 value $19.45 $7.95
20 cent .I
: per reduction Values to 518.50

unboned. Sizes corset in on stock every, $39.50 to $45.00 value . $24.75 516.50 to $22.50 values i in, felt, 576 .. Our Footwear Finest $985
Sizes to 40 bakou and rough straw
including the new All Styles
popular Scanties. $49.50 to $69.50 value. $37.50 $12.50Boys' PAIRS


Boys' Pajamas. Fancy and I Boys' Belts, $1.00 value, 67c Shorts. Light and White Dusk Pants- Ladies' Cotton Dresses in THE COATS ..,...? $8.50 BOXING TRUNKS,
fast colors,> I. dark shades. Fast colors- voiles, linen and .shantung, S13.50 Value $1.00GYM
t i $1.00 $1.45 $1.65 Boys Wash Suits. Fast col 95c $1.35 $1.50Children's prints and dimities. Fast
Special $1.50
ors, 93c colors I = TENNIS RACKETS SETS
j Specially Priced Ring Trapeze"$1.00
Bathing Suits Ladies' Silk Shantung and $1.95Men's
; Boys' Shirts. High neck and 15 Per Cent Off Rayon Dresses-- FISHING RODSOneThird GOLF CLUB
i t sport. Value to $2.00- Boys' Wash Suits. Broadcloth Special $4.95 Off
'I 75c $1.00 $1.35 $1.65 and Linens. Value,, ta -All -C ifdren's"Raincoats" $12.50 Value $7.25
plain and fancy Hose
$3.50- $3.775 Each One table of 1.00 Items, Including REELS HICKORY SHAFT
Special at $1.95 men's and boys' 4 for $fOO 40 Per Cent Off GOLF IRONS $4.00
Girls' Dresses. Values to $6 Boys' Sport Navy Blue Coats.
coats. workk coats and men's I
; and $10- Boys' Knickers. Light and Large sizes, $8.50, and. small .GOLF CLUBS.
9B9c 51.35 $1.65 and 52.95 dark shades sizes.'$7.50. knlc1 $t35: $1.65 51.95
$2.75 .
I Guaranteed fast colors- -0-s
Girls' Crepe .de Chine Ted LUGGAGE AT COST w
I dies. Values. to $3..00- Boys long cotton Pants. One table of $2.00 items, in 3 for 1.00 'COATSSe.OO LEAT7TE"R COATS $9.00
.Boys' one-piece Wool Jersey
Darak .and light shadeS-
$1.65 'jI. i cluding ladies' bedroom slippers Value $2.76
Suits Sizes to 8. Value to 51.775 EachEoys' '

I. Girls' Crepe de Chine Teddies 5850- Special 51.95 : men's shirts, baby pads, Ladies' Chiffon Hose. .Service .. TENNIS SHOES
Values to $3.50- I DRIVERS-BRASSIES
long! wool Pants. Four men's caps! ladies' girdlesand weight : r 5125
\ Special at $2.315Sun ,' ..
',. Suits. Cotton and wool Boys' Caps. Value to 2.50 !groupc-r$?.75, '$22.95 53.85 54,75 numerous other items,. 98c ': 3313 Off

SSc, 95o and i1.J Special 51A0 GOLF CLUBS
6.00 Value $ .OO '
j .. Every sweater on third floor BoyS."whi1e: and striped FFan- Ladies' Beach Pajamas. Fast Men's Fast Colored Fancy LUGGAGE AT COST'
and girls Value to Children's Hose, SOc and 60c '
i for boys' ney shorts. $3.00 and $3.50 color*- pajamas-
I 5.50- value. Silk and Lisle- value' FISHING LINE TENNIS1ACKETS
: Special at $1.95 3 Pairs 1140: Special at 2.35- $1.00 $1.95 $2.95 $1.00 Each 40 Per Cent Off
Special .Reduction