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Title: The Clewiston news
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Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: May 1, 1931
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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*' VOLUME 5-NO. 19
CLEWISTON FLORIDA r'KiDAY MAY I 1. 1931 '
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THIS. WEEK IN I LAKE LEVEL HENDRY COUNTY CITIZENS ATTEND HEARING I t THE WEATHERDate TWO BILLS-AREINTRODUCED .,;

G A. M. G ]I'. M.

THE LEGISLATUREthe April 11 ......................... 16.4 16.4 ON REMOVAL OF DAN MIAUGHLIN: BEFORE Max. Win. Rainfall
I April .20 ...,........ 79 6S i IN" '
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April 12 ....;..:......1......... 16.-1 16.4 :
April 21 ............ 61 'OS ,L
I April 13 .........1......;;...... 16.5 16.5 ,
Fl'CTLI the STATE SENATE COMMITTEE AT April 22 ..... sf 5S .
angle of ooustaat D- : \
a ( TALLAHASSEE ? ? .
April 14, ....:..,... ..:; .........16.6 16.6 HOUSE BY STEWART
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ser vcjt, bill April 23; .,....,:.... 83 66.: *.
introduced
practically every April 15 ........;.::.:..::..:..:. 16.5 16.5 I :
,April 24 ............ SO 6tfApril ,
carrying with it.any Deference April 1U ..... .................. 16.5 16.5 !
25 ........... 7S 61April -
to money has been aimed directly: iu! .

economical channels. Some' members I I Evidence Submitted by Former Sheriff Attempts I. 2C ....... ? S3 59 I I Immokalee Bill and Local ,'..

of the House in particular show avery : CANDIDATES FAIL TO to Prove Affidavits Presented to Governor; 1 Bill Effecting City :<:

evident desire to stress that Carlton Were .1 MAY DAY PROGRAM
I Political Enemies '. Presented 'House ....
point at all tFmes, in preference to QUALIFY FOR SCHOOL .
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my' bills offered to date are of' a I I Approximately twenty-five. of the'; tonru l'lf!!;ssioner' was the first 'witness j! TO BE GIVEN BY county K;. L..'al Stewart, representing Hendry ;.

1 ,radical and unsound nature, .13 the ELECTION TUESDAY leading citizens of Hendry county: calledill the morning session; '. )\1r.. duced Tallahassee" has Intro
went to Tallahassee Tuesday to attend K t17was two bills in the house during .
I most casual or learned student ut aSKed questions tregauTHs LABELLE SCHOOL.
, state affairs must admit certain departrnenfs the hearing, before tile Senate the'character l ol several citizens! wBo r the session. The first bill introduced J;

and offices could be eliminated r Clewiston' District With- committee regarding the' removal 01 n affidavits concerning Sher by Representative 'Stewart was a, ili .

only at the risk of impairingthe out Candidate for Dan McLaughlin as sheriff of Hendry 11x: :dlnarle: conduct while". sner- Queen'to Be Crowned | affecting Collier county. .Mr.\ Stewart '.

county by. Governor Carlton. 1ft ;,"} introduced the bill after're'ceivTIig _
normal workings of state govern county It was brought out

-. ment. It is unlikely that many other Local.Trustee. Last week former Sheriff McLaughlin in'\Tthe committee room that ShenliMcCaughlin : Seniors to Plant Me- .1 i j I|i I:a petition signed by' over -a" hundred ;

economy bills Introduced to be Introduced d appeared before the senate was being tried. ohtw. morla: 'Tree I Henry I ijBy f ,passed, will county The bill, '...:.'..-
committee with allow The citizens
wil be passed, because of Hendry county voters will go to the several Witnesses charges. drunReness. and personalcontact ot .
+ Immokalee; '
from LaBelle and attempted tL the righth to vote on the .
polls on'next to prove
Tuesday with lewd women. '
to .. '
the select
power and sentiment against attempts school THIS. LEMUEL HOWARD 'question of :. :
that lllose who mado affidavits seceding from Collier
trustees for the concerning d'rc1cnco'f S lO'W
r at certain forms. of economy. next two :years, was submitted to :Special-An, extensive l'iay' uay. c : aid ,
his
activities while
sheriff 01 property
ETkkwise, there has been nothing so Very few people are qualified to vote I Ihatfh'e: was seen drunk on many oc3Hmt -. program has been .. into! Hen
in theT I'y
arranged Their
Hendry county aB3lle ; claim is taxation :<;
r far to definitely test the weigh Goii' ,:"- in the election Tuesday, due to' na v- were his"political,) ., and tfa.lIe. was seen with schools for' Friday It without representation. .
afternoon
ing enemies and were responsible for his ; A great. :
I ernor Carlfon has with this legislature neglected paying. their polI,tU. for 'npln of questionable character'. is' ''oeing A..I I fight between
.sponsored
by the P.-T tho' Collier
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v removal by Governor CarJfon. That I interests ,
the "
1 4 %: : or to' indicate how economical .present :year. 1'ruc.Ucaily all of 'Tuesday was J.'e-< Royal Neighbors, Community. Club,!] and the residents of Immokalee .Y,
The the affidavits that were presented to I is
time has 'otiif{ ]
expired for to the The committee ?
the legislature will ultimately determine qualifying hearing ana : .
the schools. growing: over these l ;
the ; :bills The bill )
were matTe citizens has
governor by
to
;, itselTto vote and very few regular 'voters adjourned Tuesday iiighf im.niWednesday ;
be. I This been
will referred"
program begin at 1 o'clock the
committee .
took the of Hendry county who could not be proper : :
Racing, ]banking, office abolition necessary steps to prepare morning to receive fffrther the Grammar and has '
School
auditorium not been
relied to tell the' truth I I reported out of >
for upon even under
the election. In fact in .. :
some 01 evidence in the .
case. -
and expense reducing bills were in oath._ After taking this testimony I'a The program Is as. follows. : I file committee. .room. ,' .
the districts
the majority for the week<, aside from the there made are no candidatesfor the committee adjourned -the hearing I, All during' the' day telegrams andIetlel's. Healthsong, Fourth' A; play, "Bil i I It is understood that Senator Gomez ."(" ',".

numerous local hills and those pertaining ( positions { vacant (luringlie 1'until Tuesday of this week and requested -i ] were received from Henry I lies Dream." first: gradeBoy; : Scout'drill is in favor of afowing' the people 'Y 1I .. :,

to minor matters, such as Tlia year llev/'SLon} district has that Sheriff Hancock have. county' addressed to the members ot ,. second. and fourth .grades; play,I the right. to vote. on the ma'Ite'r. and ;"'0 ,:

state highway designatio n. The rac,: and. nr candidate those present who made the affidavlts. : the committee and sanators, request I "In Heathland," third grade. ; .flower. if the.' bill. shoull pass' the house. successfully :'-'<
bills according to the attorney 'l ini.!?, that the governor's suspension ol i: -drill, fifth .
ing of Representative Chappell 01! I grade: play, "The Magic it may- go through the sen- ':

Dade and Smith of Columbia are al for the school board, a candidate ATtorneys Waller and Pepper are !!r I Sheriff McLaughlin be sustained. I, patrietd. ;" second and fourth grades; ate ,without" opposition as it will be' ..:.
must 'as all .
qualify other candidatesdo :: & ."
most Identical, except for the fact for offices in the A representing" :SherfTL': McLaughlin at'j i I i Tire( investigating? committee. repI : flower song, fourth grade; play. "A tonne a. local' bill in 'the senate with : ;;. (
county. -
that the former's' measure would take person the' nearing and asked each witness i i resenting tae senate is composed ot I I Lesson'in ii>etetres'sixtn graae. Senator Gomez sponsoring tnemeasure. !/
cannot become ,a. candidate unless .
the receipts out of the state treasuryand i Senators Getzen, Stewart and An- I The audience will 'be invited outside .- :. "
questions that would indicate the ;
he has paid his tax and made ; .
poll application I( -
distribute them, equally among to the- school board in the\ I above policies. Senator SamuelV..:!;:!. dr:.g-ws. The entire delegation-Was J':. where the ceremony 'of crowning The other 'bill introduced by: Representative ':.. : '..-,

tIle 76 counties That Is a masterstroke form of a' petition Getzen, of Sumter county is Tfi'air-!!| given every consideration and from'' the queen will take. place.: The ,Stewart. is the one aG Gt'j:

by the way, because some ot 'of the district in which signed he by resides.citizens man of. the committee and questioned{ |j; lime: to time the chairman .impressefiupon queen, Miss Louise: .Roberts, was:! ing the city of Clewiston. This bill ....';-

the counties that have heretofore Theie are' candidates most of the witnesses that appeared i the delegation that their soleniivnose' chosen from the senior class by bal' .was. passed during tine last session, /'.' .
no in the
fought any and all racing bills! can Clewiston dIstrIct.V.. before the committee. ]] in holding this hearing was lot of the high school. The queen without opposition. The bill was 'introduced ,
C. Owen .
.see' a generous' anual fee coming to served during' the ,past two irat 1'Yoia a casual observer the fight I'. tf\ VattJie, truth in the matter and : and her retrieve' will then view the I i by Representative :Gravely ..... ;::
years
I'. .: : them, and the money would uo a failed to his seemed to center around wIiat waft i that-lfh&yivfield.. no grievance toward ; parade, which will be open to ,all.and I and passed 'by Senator iUaloue.:. It is ,: -, ::
pay poll tax and also I I .
either side, in 'the matter.. I prizes win be given to the entries ol understood, that' :
world Representative Stew- :
of good in the smalelr counties have his petition! filed' before the time termed as a "Court House Political .. .

:( b'y way.. of Indebtendess retirement limit. He cannot become a canuulatomrl Ringr" and that unless you belonged 'JL: -2L: :'Delany, Vernon Lamraee,' D '. the different ages from ,babies' o.'art introduced the bill but does not .,,,..''

However, passage of any racing ; if his name should be wr.t.-.. .1 to the Hurd L. Reeves faction in the C.LivicCormick? !: and others were Ares high school seniors. .1.I expect to fight for it on the "uoor. It "

''::1 bill will b made, if at all, only the ballot he cannot serve as he is county you would not be able to hold entG....., I uring tile. hearing it is uuner.it -.! awarding the prizes, three points I is also' understood that' Senator' Gomez -

I C ,.. after I sl t Mr. has the resignation are to 'Le'considered, (a) reference to is against the bill"Its it will nan
battle -
: ... a lengthy and perhaps not a qualified voter. 'Ihis.ruling office. Character witnesses occupied !! 9,delthat:: : Delaney \ I ; ;
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i !.... .. the addition of. severa lamendments.ivgulatlng ; 1 was made! by' the attorney for the most of the morning session. Hurtl-l i of:McLaughlin. in his pos- promotion 'o'f' Health, (b), original' [ tne government of the' city over to .... .....'.

:. .,; 3 '1 1 J lianltingbill. :'tiro''welc. U school board after Tasking:. for 'tnib L. Reeves H. A. Rider and R. Y. Palterson -, 'e lion f. and- that hex will receive the (c) beauty.: After the parade. a group i those selected. to lia" rue :....-:...;ois. I..r.....:: '
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.r wrelaled; : to !safeguardin iiJ.d 5 tsvana. ophilonfro' itfite Attorneyieneralut; _I? '.were.,among.the. ,,*fr. wrniffiscjjjgjcalled. :j fJT:h1.1} !ioltit. ieritrcit Jir'. McLarghlinjiis, re- of girls will wind the May pole. ., ;a period. of "ten, ,J years. ";_ ,,at: :.c'.. i .I. ,., '-.\.I.4' .. .T-::.

4'-" the activities of st'eta I the state. E. E. KeHeyT local' county I ?4 rPrase\ turn-to--p aae"2)) t*\....T 'e; .prospective.grailuates: !)_, wtlt ...Theglojaabout:! people are not '':0 l-y1ng .

then plant a tree to be dedicated to the bill," 'tIie"CI5wiStoir
as company
brinks and. their officers r.ni: 'uirec- It seems that the only course'lelt _1"NATHAN-- .
I the school by this year's graduating i has had a similar u.u ..T aba.!
tc is for the school board to appoint a .

s.As was the case in 1929, the time I trustee for this district. This matrer MAYOS: I CW fLAY! DEAWS I class. lor the past three sessions and have

The Art and Home Economics Departments never taken advantage of the bill.
for payment: of taxes has been intended -I will be discussed at a special meeting
have arranged an extensive The townsite
of Clewiston is
this )year to June 15, in Ul of the board Saturday. J. H. not m-
DAUGHTER WEDS BIG CROWD FRIDAY display of work that the publicis j .:
listlias Booth corporated and( if it should be there
'. counties where publication cf tie: George Burchard and T.J.. J.
:'. especially invited to inspect at the will be no objection on the past of its
not been started and rooks reinfcin Miller are candidates from district
I close of the outdoor program, and citizens as long as the alfairs of the
open or could be r -()pmO'J..1 number five, while Margaret Reeves AT SUMMERFIELDWeds NIGHT AT LABELLEThe -
light refreshments will be. served to basisas
community are ruu on the same
TluSenate ended its -jtfoiL: for 1 the and M. N. Taylor are candidates from
I the patrons.. now. There is who
they
are no one
: district number four.
week: with passage of tho inleritamce!

... tax xby a vote of 31 to 1. ProsouE II There are very few voters quahtieu Louis O. Gravely Junior class of 'the LaUelle May\ Day celebration is growing In can expect Mr. Dahlberg to ,continue "

r indications are that the workman's to vote in Clewiston. Any person Who High School presented a very inter- :popularity in LaBelle, last year a de- to keep the city up on ms own per- .:

compensation) bill will, bo passed) I is beyond the poll tax ''age may vote, of LaBelle, University estmg three-act play, "One Minute otI lightful program was rendered by the sonal money. The only objections .,.

if he is qualified otherwise. He is Twelve,' Friday night at the Grammar heard are to the fact that by incorpo-
.with but few amendment of Florida Senior |I school and. faculty. A great deal ot

:; : "' The plans of Captain Lym-h. ana not required to pay poll tax but must iI I Scaooi auditorium. The cast was as effort has been given to this year's rating every taxpayer should have aright

be registered in the county. 'There is I follows: Billy Butler-always tailing to say what they think regarding -
, -; "Committee_ of 16" for rl1\rral\1- program and shf.d be wen receivedby

ment of common school lnallC1l1' very little' interest in th election for I Miss Gertrude Mayo of Summer- in and out of love'; E. E, Laney; Mr. a large audience.ATLANTIC taxes and town improvements.

anc' terms in the state am. vail under the coming year. field and Louis Overton Gravely, Jr.. T. Butler, Billy's father-Dick Living- They are willing to pay but feel that

ot LaBelle were married :baiuruay:: ston; Marvel Butler, Billy's sister they should have some representation -
way to success, with money to be di :-

I vided on a new teacher unir.i basia.; GLADES1)RAINAGE) evening, April 25. at the Methouist ,Estelle Ethiugton; LeoTa Murray; COASTLINE in the matter. The present Dill

i Episcopal; Church of Summeriield, Marvel's churn-Louise Fitzhugh; Minet'te names employees of the ClewTston
The matter of the extra appropriation
the Rev. R. C. Holmes of the Metnod- DeLacy-one of the Follies and Company and the Southern :Sugar: :
in order that a stato-w.Jj term ROBBERSJSENTTOMARIANNA ARE
of eight months may be !''ia.i. is expected BILL INTRODUCED 1st Episcopal Church of Dunedin. offi engaged to Billy-Edna Moon; Mary Company as city officials, for a periodof

'to be: settled in sono m:11111Q.', ciating. The ring ceremony was impressively Ann Martin, just a waitress, but engaged : years and they are to name their

.. used. the ring being the to Billy-Josephine Roberts; successors for a like number ot
1f1..ely through state ad \'al: ))-sct fdX t IN HOUSE TUESDAY
one worn by the bride's mother ant Emintrude Fair, a manicurfst, en- :years.
or gasoline taxx, or either 'If th(' e
grandmother at the time of their gaged to Billy Ethel Enflnger; La- The Clewiston Company can incorporate -
combined with of the present
, part weddings.Mrs. Don LIsk, dangerously beautiful, en- Three Youth Confess to the city under the old bill before -
levy.
, '. .: > county Would Give Local People
Gravely is the daughter ot the gaged to Billy-Veatrice Miller; Polk- it expires and should they desirethey

I >..' \yr. One congressional' reaiscvictMi.; lu.jfnvored Control of Own Hon. Nathan Mayo state commissioner ': adot, colored man of the Butlers' Breaking and Entering can incorporate at once and kill
by committees and apparently I
: of agriculture' since 1J9! :3. Deunis Dana; Linda Lou, colorca Local Depot the bill that was introduced by Representative -
I :. .. the majority of legislators fco farwould Drainage Affairs
when he was appointed to that posi-. maid of the Butlers'-Dorothy How- Stewart. It is understood
I' '
Mrs uweivsfourth
merely split
I" lion by former Governor Ilarec. 11rs.I' aid; Miss Ann Pressnel directed the Three Clewiston Boys were sen- (Please turn to page 6))
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district. Proponents of )tl- :'r )pie Everglades Drainage Bill
,' as Mayo Is the daughter of the late ur. play. -
"r tenced by County Judge Ross to one
forms of divisions win contest this .
'f : sponsored
(, _: plan to the end and may juccccd in control, was by introduced the present in the board house or W. V. Newsom, at one time one of rue Robert Magill, Lucile Hampton, :year and a'da at the boys' school at Tax ]p:.ivinof Times '
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most
prominent physicians Marion I' Council Millerand Louise Roberts \ Brow
Marianna, Fla., last Monday.
f; (Please turn to page 6)Anthony's and senate by the committee on I Extended Until
..' '.. I county. The bride attended the Fior+ acted as ushers. ard Albritton, Oscar Norris and Walter
Drainage and Canals on iuesaay. ina :State: College for Women ana is Between the acts ... I 15th
Norris confessed to breaking anu June
Yaw
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The bills
new if passed -\voum
I. Anniversary a member of Delta Zeta sorority.
Welcome-Carrie Eunice Rider and entering the Atlantic Coast Line depot -
replace the Tallahassee
'" ." Sale Is Drawing Large ou the board with representatives local men The groom the son of Hon. Louis' Kathevine Curray. and stealing two cases of cigarettes Taxpayers of Hendry county will
.. O. Gravely who was a member ol the
who familiar ACT I have until June 15. to meet their
Crowds From Glades are more with tile House of Representatives from Hen. -

i' problems facing them and would also dry iounty in 1929, is now a senior In Musical Duet-Virginia Rider, E. E. Constable ]Ed Butler and detectivesfor :! 1930 taxes. ot

I return to the people in the Glaaes: the law school of the University ol Laney; Dialogue lucigm iaa the railroad arrested the boys A Sill providing for the extension

,ti.: Anthony's Anniversary Sale' is control of+ their own drainage problems \ Florida and is president of the John Forrey.Gypsies. after making an investigation into the the time was passed by the house Carlton and

drawing large crowds of buyers irom' -Merke\ Bronson, Rosa senate Thursday. Governor
Marshall Law Club of the university.;:: roiti' ciry.: Constable Butler remembered -
the Everglades, according to E.: D. During the past- 25 years the Evei-: He holds the rank of second lieutenant Daub, Ruby O'Bannon, Laura iJauD. seeing;! the three boys near the might i be charged with "playing poii-

; Anthony president of the company glades Drainage Board has {Been controlled flcs" He did not veto the bill nordid
In the Reserve Corps of the depot while making his rounds over
.1' "This sale is an annual event with) by men who have had no United States army, and is member ACT II the city as night watchman for the he sign it, the bin was presentedto
Operations on Edward Cook, a week and automatically -
last
our store. We have cut our prices tot working knowledge of the -problems of Scabbard Cle\\iston Company the governor
and Blade mill
honorary senior Wedffmg
Dr. Markette Nameless after being
I ; law
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meet conditions and the public Is tak- the in ,the Glades it became a
facing people ((Please turn to Page 6) lleatn. He went to the boys early last
without
-Olivo Newcomb- Patsy five days -
; ing advantage .of ou'r losses. nag been more of a political light week and arrested them without stating iu his possession over
i Grace Carson,. Florence iouges. signed or vetoed.
:;', This sale is not one to dispose of over the state than any other prow cjih For 'eTh--ew well being ufllled I Edna Douglas. Ida Forrey,. MiTTlred what he had charged them With. The being enactment of this bill will
wituin our state. it is true tnat a After brief conference with the
i old stock but for a .
city
prospective buyers win near pumping station. Fulghum and Nellie Cook tile of Honry c ouut Y nn
: find our entire stock marked downto majority of the people of the state or i constable the boys confessed to the give people to meet their 1930 taxes
opportunity
unheard Florida believe that they are payinga robbery and stated that when they
of prices. We are recelv- being imposed upon
.. penalty
mg new goods on every train and are drainage tax and Chat the money Report of Activities saw him driving their way in his car without th Due a to the financial conditions

v passing the they pay into the state treasure is be- CLE1.vlSTON MILL that they threw hue cigarettes in the & ern
; new styles over our counters iraporving, citizensof
ri .- at the same prices of our other ing used to drain the Everglades and Date Cane Ground Total S gar' Made.To Bags Industrial< canal and hid in the bushes that are gradually county should take advantage -

bi merchandise. it is also their belief that the Ever-I :h Today To Date Made Date Shipped nearby. The cigarettes were not .re- Hendry of this liberal act and make

i; "We were unable to take care ot glades Is a..vast stretch of lands covered Bags Bags covered. efort to meet their obligations:

.:. the large crowd that filled our store with water and sawgrass.TITo Previous. 228,287.00 '126,344 The boys were carried to LaBello every
belore June 15.
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ft- the .I and confessed before County Judge
on opening date. Those who""V .
truo facts have never been April 22' 3. 4, :80' 271.728.80 1,675 1.28,019 IJjOO
I i could not find the selections they presented to the people as they: Ross. He imposed sentence on them Larger individual tax payers will,
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= wanted at that time would do well should, due to the fact that this problem -: April 24. 3,411.50 278,470.5 1,825 131,309 1,750 and they were carried to Marianna By: in all probability, meet their taxes

; to visit our store this week and we has been a political one and In : April 25 3,435.30 281,905.80 1,490 132,799 .1,750 Sheriff Hancock on Monday morning, and dodge, the penalty' that Is imposed

::: will be glad to show you our entire poliflcp a good politician is always I after the books are closed. This law

, $% stock of materials," stated the preai- working for his own Interests and If April 26 r 2,91G.75': 284,822.65.. 1,470 134,269 1,250 St. Augustine-W. J. Harris pur- will effect the entire state and, will

dent \ chased old school house on St. George lighten' tho burdens of every 'cftTz@
< April. 277 '
'I (Please turn to page 6)) ,2,475.65 287,298.10 780 135,049 1,000
l STreet, from Mrs. A. S. WeInstein. of Florida.

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DAIRY ASSOCIATION TO The Tattling Tarp oter h.ovvji.Ills. : nest i I/ oi the giouiul.!I. going to school now. I 'am In I the last issue of the Tattling Tarroo-

THE CLEWISTON NEWS HOLD SPECIAL MEET AT There are livo eggs in It. first grade. 1\1y'teacher is Miss ler for this year at least. Perhaps

x Published every Friday at SILVER SPRINGS fUNUA1NJ /:: 5 FRIDAY, APRIL 24, 1931 ; The ,meadow lark 11a'8 yellow, blacK, I I 1 Greene. from your point of view the pleasure o t

Clewiston, Florida. VOLUME 1-NO. 6 and brown feathers lie sii'gseei I I. I like: to play. Aimeda plays vilh YOU get in hearing about our work is

1 SVILI.JE-A special educational Editor ..................,.......;..... Betty Spicer songs. I 1+I me. .. ', I not sufficient to justify our labor.
:I LOUIS A. MORGAN .... Publisher meeting of the Florida tate Tho oriole is black! and gram b.!. Time I have a new-hool\ and like to' isati :Hie ninth grade has gained some
, ..JtI alr 'mell's Association will be Tielu oriole's nest bangs from tlu' uoo the stories. practical experience: in this editorial

I Entered at the Postoffice at Clew Silver Springs, near Ocala. June &: REPORTERSSociety like a stocking. ., .. Please come to see us soon. ,experiment and now appreciates the

;X stop( Florida, .as second class matter. Dr. A. L. Shcaly, chairman of the eci Editor .
-Mary Louise Oglesby. I J. I love you, hard work put Into making, a paper:

i ucational committee, has just announccd. Athletic Reporters............Merrcl\ Lowe R1Y CAT' RUNELL ItlUiiafldLS.' There was no meeting of the GirJ

SUBSCRIPTION RATES i I u and ..............................Richard Bestor I By BEDLAII GOTHRIE I I' IVan I Ii Scouts last week'because ot rain.
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0 i1e Year ..............,....... .. ............. $2.50 Special speakers the program i Bush has been sick lately.William I
I My\ cat is pretty,_ I like cat. Allhands went CiirJRnvu !
Glr! Scout Scri,, mr. Mrs. to the
Six Months\ ..... .............................. 1.5C will be Dr. John J. Tigert, presidentof I Q.l\: e Lily Stone Hooks was sick Monday.William .

Three Months .......'..?..............,...... .7<-> the University of _Florida; A. D'I i+ Boy Scout Scribe,....,............Van Bush I cat, into Every the evening house and I play with with him, bets well though when it Camp at Jupiter last Thursday
play in
Reporter ............ Mary Louise Oglesby go; ,> I I comes time for a basketball game. and stayed: through Sunday. Tne
husbandman
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ADVERTISING" RATES Nrtrom: ; extension senior dairy j ,doll, then I go out, in the yard. 1 I 1 camp was for instruction for scout
Merrel Lowe bacic
U. S. Bureau of Dairy Industry ___ __ .____.___ t feed him bread and milk and Luther are
-flve cents inch. No discount after attacks of chicken leaders. Mrs. Allhands says they hail
Forty
per at Washington; Nathan Mayo Last week the little folks in Mrs.I MIDGET pox. I I
for plates. No special position state commissioner of agriculture; Prewitt's room contributed some All of us have been suffering-, ,with classes for two hours each morning
i. By ARMEDA\ HOWELLI : and then again in the afterhoon.
1 guaranteed. All. advertising. -- 'copy- and Alf R. Neilsen, president or the I original stories. The first graders,I achievement: tests' this wco I
have dog. Her name. is Midget.
must be in this office 'on Wednesday State Guernsey Breeders' Associafion -. not intending to be outdone, wrote a 'D'O'G I II ILION 'fl't)}' cooked some of their meals out
She is black and white. She followsme THE CAT, THE AND THE
before issue of paper some stories about their pets anti' side to learn how to cook on.an open
to town and to the drug storfe.
i The program will begin at 10 a. m. birds. We are sorry not to produce fire. At night they sat" around the
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CAUSE FOR ALARM recess for lunch at noon, and then these efforts in facsimile. Seventh I MY CAT By: ALBERT BUSBIN fire fiiicT played games or took part in .

after the evening program a sightseeing graders were ashamed of their hanl1'l I see a dog and a cat and a liou. dramatics. Mrs; Allhands brougnt

r The first act of i importance. passed trip over Silver Springs will writing, when they saw this '\' By EDNA LEITERI The dog is white and tho.cat. is Captain Day from St. ,Petersbuis

I.. by 0 the legislature imposes an inaciitance be made. live beginners. Miss Greene teaches have a cat. My cat is pretty. 1 Clack. The cat caught a rat and a'j I brick: from camp with her Captain

f tax, in aecoiuance with the pio On the following day.: June 6, a the iirst gr :de.he. has done wonders like my '''cat. I play with my cat, her up. The dog caught a rabbit and Day wanted to -see Clewistou and the

j. visions of the constitutional amendment dairy field. day will be held at Inspiration with her pupils they all lik\ then. J go 'into the house and play ii ave it to, her; little 'puppies, i and they I I sugar mills. She declared she would _
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I adopted by the people last NoVdinber. Ranch near Bradenton. her aha we do too. this is i,iis? with' my doll and my dishes and thenI ate it up. The lion caught a ioc and rather live In Clewiston than In C.

/ 'Hie act' levies a tax Greeiip'e first year in Clewistcn.These J go outside! and play.: ate him up.Thcjaest. I II Petersburg because Clewiston is in

!I' amounting to 80 percent of the ieu. CAN PQUITICB: CH FARMING'/ statements? about, birds are. number work in first the midst of activity.

f.1., oral inheritance tax and, as me :":u' i'oiilics _. not signed! ; they are sentences writ- TOBY grade was done this week by K's'i- Betty Spicer and Evelyn Hare visit- .

:;,: eras government rebates SO -percent 01 un fscourage by many fen by the wEble class. By DICKEY OWEN nelh Nall, Alma Maye Angun, Kdna ed West Palm Beach on Sunday.
failures
t' .: its' tax to states which l levy a similar is still trying to tell me:! I have a little dog. He is a bird- Leiter, Hagar' Lowe, Richard' Owen, The girls' attending the ball game

t taxtile. Florida. taxpayer: will pay no Udlts:: uoto run their business A BIRDS dog. He is white with brown dots. ancl Bobbie Collins. nt Okeechobee were Mary Bush, Lily
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I. inoie' than he is now paying the leucrai growing group of legislators hdvcfcuudouiy The bluebird is very pr ;.iy. His His name is Toby. The best spellers for the week are: Murel Wynn, and"Mary Louise Ogles
turned their I i I
aituuuon to I
.' government, and SO. .percent ,01 sweet song makes us luippy. '. He I like to play with Toby. lie wants I Hagar Lowe, Creola; Scott, Richard by.

.'..- what: lie IJays will, go' into tile state mohibiting. the, organization of farm brings good luck. I to come to school but he can't cause Owen, Kenneth Nail, Bobbin, Collins, Mrs.:: Stewart treated the seventh E-

t,' treasury! ,not the leueial uea&uiy.it : coiporatioiib mat apparently ill the beliei The robin comes in Maich, a cherry, mother won't let him. Alma Mayo\ Anglin, Jimmy BeTTTt'a, grade to an airplane ride over Clew- ,ijr-

,'. is expected' that this tax will put corporation farming is a deadly' little felow. Ho eats: won ms and in Clewiston, Fla. and Bulah tiuthrie.F ,iston last Friday afternoon. Mrs.

1;; between two. and. four mfiliojfs a year mg.i'wiil requiring an immediate{ sco :n. sects. /' I April 27, l'jn.: "hor'\l onds' for the high school. I Stewart found a box of candy wait-

c" additional into the state," iu\enues-- The Bobwhite is black white i' 1dt$ li Dear Gertrude: next F''i lay, the eighth. That will be!I (Please turn to Page 4))
Kansas
legislature, for instance
;'.. but the legislature, in enacting tue
. has just -
passed a law wJiica
+: la\v. makes the provision that all oi
absolutely prohibits the organization::
l, .this f revenue is to go into one iunu,, A
1 r.71 ZS! 2- S 9Y
of any new farm corporations m thai < $ uSSP'GY Ci
the county school fund
btate.:: Senator Capper agitated in laor .
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C.. As the legislature was supposed, ii!: I
>' of tho law before its passage, ana
r.. enacting 'new tax laws, to have IIi
lustily approved its
enactment. '
> mind the' relief of real estate from ii3present
::,.. But the' real truth.. according to ,. .
burden of taxation, to the extent TO BETTER, SERVE YOU WE .' .- :::
oG. .' 'possible Thomas E. Cathcart. the eminently :/: c ;,. ;> : L'---
: it of entirely removing ; ;
practical and plain-spoken editor otCountry :
i. :,1 the state mifin'ge on that class of property / ;
:' Home, is that corpora- ,
f!: the direction given the inheritance r.ENLARGE
:..> I tion fanning is not now an important
tax reVenue by the legislature I : OUR THIS
QUARTERS
is surprising, and must be thoroughly, practical> question in this country .
Tne overwhelming: majoruy oC larnid::
'.' discouraging to those who'on lyhope'a .I' '
are run by' owners or renters, -me
that real estate \
would get relief -
corpoiate-owned farms are at r.ies ntm.'gniiicant
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';'. .through the enactments the. I
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: present legislature.
... "::)liH, anti-corporation agitation always -
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t That the application tit this inherIT -
:' makes ,good political talk.:' com
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ments Mr. Cathcart. "But a real danger a
: school fund will not reduce. real estate -
I neb: in its spread, to ,other states SAIL
. taxes one cent must be apparent [ XPASION
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'.. to, all familiar with the situation. it
: ways: been the objects of piejiufice) ,
'_. may Le the idea of the legislature I i
bored have been good, some bad. iiiu
, that this additional revenue to the ,WI
If American farmers tmd tnat tnoy .
:t '. schools will reduce the county school
: are happier: more prosperous and
i:.-" ,' taxes, but, if that is its idea, it is
freer by managing their attains
" painfuly mistaken. It can ue accepted STARTING TODAY
through corporations, they will establish .
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' as certain that whatever ada'ional '
Will : -;
corporations. The decision -

I"c-:.' school money funds is will poured be easily into .'the and\ readily county be. niade by faruiels and not by legis-: .- .\. '; '..IS. TO EXPRESS OUR GRATITUDE FOR YOUR LOYAL PATRONAGE" .',:..;)o'::< :. :)';.: .

without the cost i aimers will be governed l ty: ;.: ...?/;; .::.i '";.,
expended, reducing
their AND! APPKLCIA1ION:: OK KERMANS VALUES. WITH OUR I, ,. .
and '
! of'the schools to the local taxpayeis. own interests nothing else. : ..." :.:_- ,:::j'
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:" That has been the invariable history If farmers want corporation farms .., '::...LARGER QUARTERS WE SHALL BE BETTER ABLE TO SERVE YOU .: :- /':>
I will find of repealing 01 :J
' they ways '
of school. funds as of other puu'icfunds entire :',,:,.AND IT WILL MAKE SHOPPING HERE A REAL PLEASURE AND ,," \ (, : ,
'((5 circumventing the laws. The .' '. .,.,' ::".
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get the more
: -the more they "
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:, I economic history of our country AS ALWAYS PROFITABLE TO US BOTH _J ,
they spend. and the taxpayer continues ". : ,.: :y,V

paying more and more. proves this."Propaganda. ; J .. .<': >'" y.:. '': _

So, the wise and "Tar seeing legisla- against corporate ,-. With Few Exceptions, Your Choice :' :: /:. .

tors who have voted this disposition farming is as unnecessary today as ._

will rind that tIle Big Bill Thompson's campaign in rni-: :"- :r :i
of this new revenue :
school authorities will readily imu cago against King George V. Them HALF PRICE AND LESS p\ : :

I are enough real agricultural problems '. ., .:
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which '
_ new avenues of expenditure I' ;: .: : :. :
in this country to call forth all the lit '. .

said will the consume local taxpayer me auuiuonai, including: niuuoy tue, telligence and good will which tarniers ": .- The Styles Are New-The Fabrics Are Smart ', ::', :>;; :

real estate owner of course, will' t1l1 : and all other cJn ses: possesS.stir up The Quality Is Always Standard All 'Sales Final. ': ;'::,,(,;,,:- .'
When politician begins

:, be paid paying before the this highs additional taxes which source ue or (the emGers a of ancient'' "prejudice, no bl All Sales Cash Nothing Reserved .....,:/t2i ?\( .?:{' ,'::. .

..... merely attempts to divert attention I ( .. i:* >*,-' ,'. ,.-- ;,..' ', --
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revenue was discovered. ( .- : : .:, : ; :
which affect tae :- :..: .
issues actually ,
from C.
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The county schools of Florida ar'enow ;: j ;"::'f'" -
i lives and welfare of the people he pretends : ./ < '
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more ;
spending J.>.\JvvVlJV a year, : o
1 to serve.It. is political hU1 i; $/.9 : : } :
than it cost in 1020 to operate tue $ ; : ;

state and all ,the county gove.iiaitj; ..:.: I buggery" :>* .* -,., {; ,r ; : \;
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combined. The additional numoiis : ; ,, ,
..1 WOMAN'S CLUB WILL ,,, , ,. ..'. .
derived from the inheritance tax win I '''' ': r- '.o" '. .. ,. .: !,1.j
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Pfl ::' .' :
AT INNs ; : .
the MEET MAY\ 8TH "<-"'' "
and
taxpayer
gothe same way } c "
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will be wondering what became ot hm C.4 : \
"J'elier. I The Woman's Club will meet at the PI $ : : lcX21,95' $ : + Cgx"E45ii

Clewiston Inn on Friday afternoon, I ( 7s0
And this, we have no doubt, will .j Oc .2 .'". ,
be the case with any new Corm oL tuvation -{ May 8that 3 o'clock. A musical :t FOr ,. ..,, ? ., ]:* :\;>'"
1 program will be given. after which tea s $
that may be adopted by tue /3.
will be served. All members of the i1':
legislature. A way to spend: the extra : 95 P.
-I, club are urged to attend and bring 1I .
money can always be lound; and unless \ ." ., 0
the legislature adopts diaciic. your neighbor. I $ e.
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measures for reducing for reducing- !I,. IIENDRY COUNTY I ,'. ',..' 12S o

government expenses, it"ill leave I CITIZENS AT HEARING ,) ., -' -.
iie state and Us taxpxu>'era in ia...., '. : .
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Worse loiiuitluii mail iu louau' LI.1....... ; instated by the senate. In fact tins Jr ; : ,

Instead of relieving real estate' oL .1-)' statement was sworn to by several ; ; I a 1 ; tIlOC/

burden it will pile on more. I witnesses at the hearing Tuesday. S1l1Jl.l.4 %

We 'would remind tne lebisl&.tmc&: I Just why Sheriff McLaughnI Is try- S

that_ the people confidently expect itl! in'; to be re-instated and then febign: I I fPll' $17

to reduce: taxes not increase them 1.1)1.1the i'.. in favor of. Mr. Delaney. cannot. be understood ', $ ; .$0I

"r tie people expect it to piovid .
better collection of taxes, already!I I 'Those who attended the hearing I: W; z FqII 1.0.0'. ;

in force and. for the uetter assessment : -I I left without comment. but a Iai0e; majority tfj ,: a. ..Pqsl.i .

of all property now subject. to I I were of the opinion that thu ./J '

taxesrthat property which is est:ap' governor would 'be sustained In his actions : ec/ F

lug its just share can be made to pa> in Hendry county. L

The people expect it, at the same Final'arguments will be mane by.r! f { l.

time, to enact ana enforce buiistaattai Mr. McLaughlln's\ attorneys before

savings in life cost of government,I the committee the last of the weep

without which no taxation relief program -'-and by the first of next week the matter *&, '

can be effective.We will be brought before the senate -

\ "must view with considerablealarm Among(; those attending the hearing KRMA\N'z

this first manifestation ot the from Hentlry county were: E. lu.Kel. \ $0I

miml 1 of the legislature; on tax legislation ley, Kurd L. Reeves, Mrs. Hurd L.

inhich it has devoted large Reeves. Cecil Jackman. Tom Hull.

new revenue in a way to encourage Ray C. Hull, Mrs. Alice Curry Bailey,

ana promote extravagance and Increased Marvin Taylor, C. C. Carr, Fred

public expenditure ratber' Dunaway. Miss Edith Howard, H. A.

than to curb these existing evils; and Rider, Roy D. Stubbs, J. 1C. Baker HK. 327 CLEMATIS .

in a way which will' not reduce' "by'as Hall. O. L. Jeffenes} R. Y. Patter I

mucfi as one 'cent the tax burden' upon son, L. A. Morgan, D. G. Alston, :". G.Allhanrts I

the real owner or any other H. 'Hancock fur P
estate It. Troy \
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FRIDAY, MAY I,- 1931 CLEIVISTON r.,NEWS, CLEWI5TON.: FLORIDA '' ',
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-' ---- Tfrfe Better Lawns contest which '
I !, : ,-" '" the day at tae };"t. M} ers lie,.cii
was made an annual affair by the II ; ,
-' rayhiss!
.. Clewls'ton Woman's Club, being sponsored V :.
caqCt"&t Louise and Josephine Kbberts,
? by the Clewiston Garden Club, I V V LABELLE : V
-.. < ; == V S NEWS Vergil;::; and Council Miller, ,14J1n.-r.
q and prizes will be awarded the fast V V
f! V Curry and Nolan Lee ot' LaDel'ie" ,
t/ of May. Everyone is urged to enter .
Hiss: Lama ijancom ilouu.e.
Miss
Mrs r... A. Morgan, Jr.. Phone 369 the contest. : MrtS. LEMUEL HO .ARDI -
I r i Williams and Miss Helen-Kay spent
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i) -:- Mheie itiill be two prizes for eaca: I. ;
_..__,_ Sunday at Ft. Myers Jieacn.
of the following. .classes of lawns: i I -----:---- ---
',,,:1' Mr. and Mrs. E. L. ingiow left &s;t l\"i 1.,1 Bowden of Moore lie\I'! 1 ., ."_.'- ..? Li. .,>J -.v' ,-, I".:''\,11.} Oi -- /j I I I ;Mrs. Uoiine Fane)', Mrs Laura .u.-o ,riJioi Coot eiuei talnca a Among those motoring to 'AaiiruiaPe .;-

urday for their home! in New I'Oi-.i,I was in Clewiston on business. I -y.. : U:, 'lawns 'o.or oO tee(, j I II ;! Yoemans and Mark Poole .spent ATouoay number of: Girl Scouts,and friends at fjom LaliPiie "attend me le'is-

after spending several weeks at the !' in ..t. .Myers, snoppmg. the home of her parents, Mr. lature this week are the following
J '-'-" mere will also ije a pn:.o I'D.' eiu..i ,i ana"Sirs. '
Watanabee hotel. > i ::.Ii-p. J. X. IVliite, Ulcharcl 'ow lii(e j!! I or the above ciaosjes to bo gin JI.TI; i, George Burchard. Marshal race v. l;. crook, Vuursday VV ni-jnt, County Commissioner' Fred f.. 1Jt1n -

and ..111's.Louis_ .Morgan returned l Mi' the lawn sho"i1tho\ grate.: impiovement -I' and Howard Phillips spent :Sunday Games were enjoyed and candy( way, Tax Assessor and Mrs. Hurd L

Mr. Hailey: Watson of Arcadia .was day Horn Columbus. Ga. In the last year. Lawns 1 fibhhiK:: on Lake Traftoi: i ..,u,. .. ....;... 9. a.l.... I lemonade were Reeves, Miss Edith Howard\ ivla.vmiaylor.

a "business visitor to Clewiston '1'tte*: I. ,vfil be judged for, first general appearance /I 1-3. l:. Goodno and Mr. and Mrs. U.j servcu.: 'l lie guests were11'. ana Mrs. Alice Bailey Col. L. U.
day. I3ob Hancock and Troy Puryear it*. j W. Small motored to Punta itossaI lurs. bievenson Gravely and others
r ; second, care of lawn:: ; I I'i ik. A. fable: Ander .
'" Monday for Tallahassee on a busitleast :! bird i general design; fourth, neatness -''I Sunday for the day, I son. wUil'.e:: Hunice luder, Dorothy firs: Lewis Deese of :Sears:: was the

]E. L. Bradley spent the weekemin : I trip. ; filth, condition of shrubbery Air. and MrsV; P.Andrews. made Hill, liable hampton Alice Hu-i, guest of Supt a-hd Mrs. E.L.' Stal l-

Lakeland with his family. -....-_.. ft business trip to Felda Ttlonday alt- Katlinne Curry. Flora Padgett, ,NaiuyStewart. lings over the week-end.. si
Capt. F. lean Duff icturned Saturday I Rev. "L. D. Baldwin
of Denaud
Mrs. J. G. Alfliands was'hostess to ernoon. Lavcda Burke, Lorenzo Pad spent

Mack Waldron motored toVesl t 'tiom New York, wHere he has the members of the Social Club at her spent the week-end. with his parents,i gett, Herbert Lucky,. James Z.iei:/, I Sunday in LaBelle as guest of Mr.

Palm Beach Sunday to attend tAI e been on business. home Wednesday ,afternoon. /Pla'ns Walter O. Gravely of l'l.lyers I Council Miller, Edna Broiioon, 'l'ctu and Mrs.: F Watts Hall.

theater were discussed for the club luncheon Col. amf Mrs. Lois O. Gravely I Anderson, Tommy, LivingstonMI, ,- i Lewis O. Gravely, Jr.. of Tallahassee

:\11'. and :Mrs.Blaine. Viler Jin.. which will bo held the last of iuay. I :J. G. Marfin\ spent. :Monday ;and bur Dycss.: Olaf Howard, James .Air I I and Miss Mayo were recently

V Mr.and. Mrs. T.V.. Watson left Louis Boni were visitors toVe.... I Delicious refreshments Were serve Tuesday m Clewiston- transactingbusiness. tingby, Allen Cook, and hdwaiuoo married Mrs. Gravely is the daughter -

Tuesday for Talladega, Ala., after Palm Beach over the week:enu. I to Mrs. Leah Spicer. Mrs. '''. C 0 I of Natfian Mayo.

spending the winter at the ClewistonInn. -j,- Hooker. Mrs. J. R., Alston. Mrs. ii). U Miss Annie Lee Faulk, Miss I'he Francis Fulghm and Mark Poole -

Mr. and Mrs. Ed Leer of Mian Alston .Sirs. M.W.. Biggs, Mrs. J. L. esa Roan, Joe Fann and RaysHndGrissit 'motored to Punta Gorda and Lakeland I Direct air mail and passenger serv-

Locks were business visitors h.. Beardsley' Mrs. J. K. Mowry, Dti's. of Frost Proof visited tntnds Scn ar. ice between Jacksonville and New

S Mr. C. Van Landingham of Jac1
rule is visiting his sister. :Mrs. Fred Mrs. Leydig. Fanlk formerly lived here. have taken rooms at the home or Air Transport 'Com'p ny. -'

Maxwell, P. G. iBshop returned Monday 1'rodew Those attending the dance Mhurs- ,lice 'Ba ey.
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n I fork, where he has been on.. flu Airs. J. G. Allhands returned Iron Gay night at the Municipal Pier m Ft. The Baptist held an all day Sunday Jac'ksonviJJe-'Vhite way system*

V Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Buigehon motored ness. Jupiter, Sunday, where she attendee Myers were as follows: ]rd.Law. school picnic at C. C. Cook's: farm turned on at intersection of Mary St. ,

V to West Palm Beach ,Saturuay a five-day training course at the;..1 rence Williams Mrs, James WU- "Saturday A vegetable dinner .\7as and ,on St. Johns river bridge. .

.on business. J. G. Allhands. E. Kelly. D., State Girl Scout Training Camp. Thr. liams-Mrs. Sam Carsoa. 31,\s. Lynd- served and Mr. .nnd11'8', ; Cook showed / -

t Alston and Louis Morgan left' > '. camp was in charge of Mrs.ArnelTa. say Stallings, Mrs Lemuel Howard,I; their_ real! 'southern hospitality and Stuart-Federal Government leased

t ;;y # Pop Ellis returned Tuesday from I lay for Tallahassee on a bus** Thoorsell of New York, who is the I jv:re. Edna. Allison, Mss Madge Cox. everyone enjoyed the picnic. I Douglass 'Field ,here and improving

; West Palm Beach where he has been I trip. \ national scout camp director. This:; Liiss Ola Yates. Miw Krances Turr.u -I The sophomores of LaBelle enjoyed sited for airport.'

t in the hospital. meeting was for the captains all.' and 14' liL :Selby: : ."

Blitz Wegmau. F: ,D. Woolen, council members j :Mrs. W. P. Arlege returned to 'Jur .

Willie Hunt ofvisitor Indiantown was a E. Hodges of LaBelle motoic-. i ome Sunday after a visit of several
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) .business, to _Clewiston Tues,, Lewiston Tuesday on business. Mrs. J. E. Beardsley and 1\1rs7.1iel! I I days with her sister, win i'; ill at nor PURE + CLEAR < SOLID '

Lome in Brunswick Ca! ,
:- day.' Stewart entertained the cast of players -

Mrs. R. M. Hare Elsie Hare anu in 'My: Irish Rose" Friday nightat Raymond Hendry: or't.. Myers t '. :'

"Mr. dill Mrs Roy Alston are visiting Francis Monroe motored to't.. My. Mrs. Stewart's home. Attending fpent Sunday with hi; par( J1t8, Mr,. ,- ;'-\

I "Mr. and Mrs. K. C. Alston in ers Wednesday on a shopping trip. were Mr. and Mrs. W.C.. PreXvitt, and 1\r''s. George Hsoary, : ,.)('

''Belle Glade. Miss Ola Petteway, Miss Jamye Williams Mrs.Lawrence. Wlth lily! and Mrs. V p' I r;

Mr. and Mrs. William Bitting -,ot Miss Sarah Green, George. James Williams left Saturday for % ;' '.: -'..:
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1 '>orge: 'Miller'or West Palm Beach'spent Philadelphia, Pa., arrived in Clewis Smedley, Ed Butler, Herbert Blate. Jilountslown; to visit tidy l i: parent tor {s, f.4 .. "',,,'r.,
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'::' Tuesday in Clewiston. on busi ton ana are stopping at the CTewis- and Niel Stewart.Re'. .eshmcnCS, a week or 10 days. : .

: fon inn. consisting of strawberry shortcakeand Glen Magill returned to Ocaln Sunday

?'ness."A t __ t4: ;' coffee. were serveu. I' afternoon after spending Hi! :' :

:, : /.: : 'Chnrles A'uams is" able to be Mr.'C.; R. Bitting of Detroit, Mich., 1. weekend with his mother, Mrs.\ May

:at work again after a weeks lJme !). is spending some time in ,Clewiston on Miss\ Jamye Williams was hoste:.-' Aiagiii. ;,..

\ :,, ,.;'' business. to' the members' of her bridge club at'' Mrs. Sam Carson and Mrs. Emma \ <

| Weekley: were the ;uists of Mrs.'LTot-: .
Richmau and Mrs. i.. -I the home! of Mrs. Bessie Culbicth on '
Mrs.Franky! A POWER a o _'
.TTi :\11', Wednesday night. W. C. Prewitt am. :tie )J. Langford of !:t Mynrs Sunaayana : 0 ,
fN Smith spent the weel[end w and :Mrs. Felix Gamier of St.

relatives in Avon Park: and Laleia.7T.They : Louis, Mo.. arrived in Clewiston last Airs. Charlie Minor won the clue I was' accompanied: l "home Sun'.:;/ ,. ,.., i

prize and Miss Sarah Green won t(' evening by Mr.v' )I1 Ariose, who DEPARTMENT .. ;
week and
r a were accompanied Home by are stopping at the Clewis- I f :
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consolation prize.. A salad course' !has. been visiting roniivos in Urunsvjck. CD .-
: Mrs.\ Richn a 's mother, Mrs. Guthrie, I ton Inn.J. I MPA '.V
( ; Mr and Mrs' was serVed to members and gjeon: ,' Ga.Mr : :
who will be life guest of 0 1
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Richman for -a, week: I .' K. Baker, 0. L. Jeftries. and H. present. Attending were Mr. ana and Mrs. Charlie Hon( returned :
Mrs: to their home in Bonna VV.i::J
Mrs
R. Hall .motored Tallahassee:: Monday ] Charlie 1iinorII'. and W. J
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1' % *'- I t:. Prewitt. Mr. and Mrs Tom Shel.1 I :Springs: Sunday after spending the /'
I business.. .
I, .7 Mr. _and._Mrs.J.. K. .Mowry: Sr., and .on ,: : V : I Y
;;.. *; ". f' irs. 'T.:* Gjjnterman. : 'lelt I*-* -/;', V ....' */.', \ l ey. Mr.: and -Mrs. Roy-1)unaway.L": ';s, I') (: 4L.6 ner S Yr. : : :: -: :: : : c : : :: : :::::'::: ::. :':: = :: ::::= := ::: =:::.: : :
fl.. :: Catherine Deam. Miss Sarah Gfeon,,, Miss Irene C1illksale', of Miami is ,0(..1 : ,wi ;
(.Friday for their home in the rsoiJTi Dins Leah Spicer. Mrs. Leydig ana ,
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? spending several days In Lattolic.Mus ; J
George Sme ley, Arthur Lawrence.Dr. :
I' Mrs.J. G. motored to West I
; ; .after[ spending the winter with, Air. Allhands '
JW. Ezelle, A'. W. Sias, and Bill Jidua: Small, Miss: JJa Vales 1,
ii :, and Mrs. J. K. Mowry, Jr., )*, Palm Beach Thursday.J ,",' ," 'r'.", I
Mini .. Lou H \vaid I .
", I -=--- Gibbons. iii.! Sclby, Miss : ,; -
! : '- -....... 1.1.ni! harry Ulmer attended l a show inif ; .
: Mr. and Mrs D.G.. Albion and I .1'J; It. Alston. spent.. Monday ana I I
Tarpon Springs-New York Restau,, 1. lUyers Sunday aif 'rnco'i.! ,
i ;! daughter. Martha Nell motored l to Pa- .v' aiy zn lumija on Imbiucss '.- I i Ya* of Tasmania .
rant opened for business at 530 Mr. and Airs. Jack .c-s : .
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" holcee and Canal Point bunauy .t.ia '
were shoppers in LaBollc' S:it.uay. ,:/: ,}
Atrens Street. .
i '-'were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lawton R. V. Patterson motored to Tallahassee ,
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-' f Monday on a business trip. -
Sims.
: 1 I, Work Mr. and ,Mrs. T. v". Davis, Paul Da
underway for improvlng'hfghvay -
: --; ;- I I ; Palat- VIdson. Roy Green, Jimmij AdkinsonI .
No. 28 from-Floral1ome to
I Bob Hancock. Louis Morgan Horace Houze James Wynn motored .
.I I motored to Ft. Myers Sunday afternoon
distance L) \. ., \ ,
1m for of 16 miles Pure V
Milk
. made a business trip to LaUe.ie :taturday. : -,: to Belle .Wade Wednesday !I and attendee! a show at the Arcade Guernsey ,

:. : night. IOrlandoImproyemcnt fl
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_, to drainage Theater. from the W.J lI
Poole and
Mr. and Mrs. George
': ; 1]r. Lawton Sims and children.! Mis Charles Adams 'and Mrs. A. J, ,system under consideration. Mr.and. Mrs. Ed Voemaus si enl 1 .

Jane and Louise. of Canal Poult were I I Keller ?daughter, Cherita, mofbreu 'Sunday fishing and inducing at Lalit. "
to West Palm Beach Wednesday on a Starke W. P. Smith opened stave CLEWISTON DAIRY COMPANY
in Clewiston' I
Saturday. I ", ::ord. I
shopping trip. mill here. II!L
I' Roy Lee of Belle 1 Glades was iu La- !

:=. Mrs. K.. C.Downs. Wednesday Belle Monday. Sugarland Highway Phone 333 ,
Mrs. Cleo A. Houze returned Fri Vero Beach-Work to start at.once ill
for her home Ga. alter
at Conyers, Mr. Mauley of "Moore Haven (formerly
day from Hendersonville, N. C., Episcopal chapel
Trinity
$10,000
I ', spending the winter with Mr. ana on of LaBelle) was a UtlS ness vlst-
?' Claude Downs. where she has been visiting friends to be constructed on site in Royal,'

rs and "relatives.asaryktowu. '.tor herelIonday.. :!a ._ ... .. ....., ... ,.. ... ..... .
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:,; Mr. and Mrs G. Guthrie. motored! Beach were Sunday dinner guests or "

.'to West Palm Beach Sullda '. j __: -Cornerstone; laid for NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE iaand. Mrs.\ R. R. Small. ...
: jI I new Masaryktown Church edifice. Notice is hereby given thai: under Mrs .
Commissioner and
County
,1 it I and oy virtue of a Klial decree m a .
; : .Mr. .and ,Mrs. Fred Puryear; ic- I -, certain cause pending in the Circuit Fred Dunaway. and children 01 :. ; ,:::.
turned to Sarasota Monday niter a Palm Beach-Building permits is Court of Hendry county; Morlcia, Felda were The guests of Mr.alia. "' '

sued since January 1 in this city total, wherein First Bank of Clewi&ton, a ': ','
short visit with Mr. and Mrs. Clauiel'TJ Mrs. J. G. Martin Saturday.Mr. ", ,.. -.
I. I Downs.V /r $87.130.NOTICE. corporation, Is complainant, and ella:. Thompson, Seaboard foreman, .' 'I.,',"_.'
: ___A A. Darcy, and others, are deLendantsl .: '" 'fI,
/'f" I II will sell to the highest and best expects to be transfered to Bucking :','"';',

I ...::!;:: ,Jj-. C. Sturges of Moore Haven ,wan: : bidder or bidders for cash, at the nanffETis week, where he will take liis 'l .. .<,.:
a business visitor to Clowiston Tues I 'lout door of the Court House at La family' i and we are sorry to have theTa '
: OF SPECIAL MASTER'S: : xjeiie, Hendry County, Florida, on me4lii -
' I day. SALE \ day of May, A. U., 1931: tne same move away.C.

I 1 Notice is hereby given that tinder being the first Monday in May A.D.. ., D. Bqver and son were in "La A HOME AWAY FROM HOME
the legal hours of sale Belle Saturday closing out their B. &
1931 during "
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and
j by virtue of the final decree entered -
V on the 30th day of March,' A. D., the following described property, B. chain store the stock o'f good V
DofGeto lying ,and being in Hendry County,
their warehouse -
19931, in that certain cause pending which were stored in
in the Circuit Court of Hendry'County Florida, to-wit: in TRY OUR SUNDAY Dlr ERS
Arcadia.
in Block Une Hun-
.1 Lot Four (4))
... Florida wherein J. S. Cottrell f lathe boa
: will
there
Complainant and Aaron Blate and dred Fiftytwo52)( ), in tho We wish to announce
futY' Townsite of Clewiston. next 'Sunday .
others are Defendants I will offer for 'community singing \ '
i sale and sell to the highest and best Saul property will be sold to satisfythe afternoon at 3 o'clock at the home ,

4. 4I bidder for cash, at the front door ot : said decree of said Court, together of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Saunook, every- "
the Court House LaBelle. with costs and expenses.j. .
... County, Florida, on at Monday, the Hendry-Hili I M. CUUSU: body is cordially invited. You can get a room, and b arda't'otl: :hotel that

I day oi II fay A. T"O.u.,, lysi, during tnolegal Special Master in _Chancery. ." ,

hours of sale the following de- .- -: = ,: : will make feel home. -
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scribed property, lying and being! in (I you?
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OUR TROUSLES To-
SEND \
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Hendry County, Florida, to-wit; '
Lot fin Block 156 in th-i Townof '. "_ PALM! BAKERY I! ,f... .' '

/ THE CLEWISTON Clewislon, Florida, less that "h'I ."
portion of said lot beginning! at : "
the Southeast corner, thence ,>i.
1 run
1 a LAUNDRY CO. ning West along the South boundary Patronize your home industries. .' ": /.,' '(,;" .

; Fussing and fretting about any of said lot a dislaacG of J51.S1 ,
feet to the southwest corner, .
'{ poor' laundry work that you happen thence in a'; Northwesterly! direction I J. BRANTLEY & SON i CLEWISTON'S POPULAR HOTEL

-to be getting will not help matters.. along the West boundary of
V wyI said 1 lot a distance of 27 feet to I J ; ,
I ;4 The thing ,to do is...to "right about a point, theuco in an Easterly direction l. .i ::== = >::::: ': ,._ :: := =::=:: :.:::: :=:=: : ::=: :=::. === = =:::2:

face" and change to our service. 62.93 taet to a point -
n on ,
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the East boundary line of said .:'!::. ,.>C,_... _IIQ:_.... .r: --g.-; ;; ..-- .&QJ,,

Wearing' the laundry that comes lots which is 21.GG feet North of: THE WATANABE' { HOTELMRS.

:f back from this shop will put you in the point of beginning, thence TED THE EXPERTPermanent
South along (the East: boundary
:: a hniTpy frame of mind. line of said lot a: distance of 24.CGfeet : Wave and Beauty Specialist inALL :, ._\, .'

to the Southeast cor.i6r of .. CLAUOC( DOWNS.. Manager.
HtCLEWISTON said lot and the point of beginning ',,LINES OF. WAVE SETTING AND EXPERT, HAIR CUTTING| .
first above mentioned ':
i Said <.'VG'lVES ARTISTIC CROCONOLE $15.00 WAVE FOR $8.00 : '.- .
property will be fold in accordance .
\I' LAUNDRY, inc. with and to satisfy; said Decree : .,,' ; -," Located atCHRISTIAN'S ,
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: < EL PASO AVE.& SAN BONITA ST. together with cost of salo. .:: : : :: : .1
R. E. KURTZ, .
BARBER'SHOP ,, ,
t CLEWHTON FLODAuouP' Special Mastr in Chancery.J. .
I M. CAVE, Solicitor ,for Complainant. .. VV. V CLEWISTON jl r .

snow Laundry J
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CLAD/ S JJl'A.1JVAL'J; LULL NATHAN MAYO'S\ WEEK-SUGAR CANE r and plum stains may be- removed en the part of coaufy; and 87it< oin-I Kood citizens morally Afer all thatib I

INTRODUCED IN HOUSE DAUGHTER_ WEDb The cane is planted m tile spring noni napkins by soaking in sour mllic'' cert, tile former eii'iiig aa: u.u; (II' the still important ', ,.', I
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and Keeps growing live years. It is for a day or two, at the end of which t'Jt' iy.
he can salisiy the people and get i tary fraternity He was manager or cuC T5y hand and by Faulkner's cano time spread out smootlily on a bOaru ivs: and the lat .ei' th j abcJtuci otsi Leesburg-Shofe Box Inc., opened I

votes tuui is::: ma oLtI)' mieiost in nny I the varsity track and cross.co'untrytrack harvester. It fs taken away in wag. in_ the sun, put salt in some nfoie i ia'! state butiausid! rightS : for business in Wfley-Coulson build' )

matter.At teams of '192B; manager of the ons and loaded on to' a cane car. sour milk and cover them with It t'f i-i rtf ii! v.p.xitcment: wlJl ing. S !

the beginning of the Carlton administration swimming team and freshman football Tho cane car holds 25 to 30 tons. again To remove perspiration 'sTains, ..'...tt' lor ch; ue\:;: wki) 1\\ (., S

!: etfoits were made to team or 19930 and member of the THe cane is taken to the mill and soak garments in strong salt water 1\1ayo-Numl5er of improvements _

have a local membership on the 1930 Intra-mural board. He holds the is dumped in a. carrier. This carriesft uc ore laundering them. DEVELOPING THE CHILD made at B. Harts Filling Station. *.

board of the Everglades Drainage position of reading clerk. of the into the mill. The cane is cut up I Prevents Bluing Streaks -- .5 I ....
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induct. This was accomplished anil House of Representatives during the fhie as it goes in. It is then mashed A handlul ol safe: in the rinsing Water May 1 is National Child Health Pompano-Mulkey Service StatIon

after several sessions ft was found present, term of Igislature. up and goes Into the other cud or the wil prevent Gluing from stieak- Day. -' being remodeled. '

that a majority of the members rom Following a short wedding trip, Mr. mill and isused as bagasse. I ing the. clothes in frosty weather. Nowadays S they are talking a lot 'I

Tallahassee were not posted on everglades and Mrs. Gravely will be at home to The juice goes up 'a pipe into a I Helps Remove Dirt about "nutrition" of children. I have L"rile' Worth-Widening. of. Federal. 1 ,

Drainage affairs nor were their friends in Tallahassee, where tank where lime Is put in it, then it i' If you add halt a cup of salt to the not yet been able to understand Highway through this place.- I\ undo1consideration. <-'.

they interested to any degree in the Mr. Gravely will be during the legis- goes through a pipe and is boiled. 1 water in which you soak your curtains everylfTing about this "vitamin A, Vitamin S # : : .
.l'henli
development of the Glades. The at- latuie. Mr. Gravely has numbers ot then It goes Inlo a filter cloth. you will find that it will be B, and vitamin C" business, but -- ;

fairs were turned over to the focal Fort Myers friends who will be interested is boiled and" boiled some more. 11 much easier:' to remove the dIrt. there i ib! one think 1 have gathered BunnelP Ecf. ,Johnson purchased .

committeemen to administer and it in his marriage, to one of Flor is thick molasses and Is put into" a Removes Iron Hust from all this talk about it. It is that Mercantile\ building on Bay Styeet;

was found that during the past two Ida's most prominent daughters::::-Ft. centrifugal machine to take the molasses Iron rust may be removed by using for best growth and development of a ,and plans remodeling building into.! .

years these men have accomplished Myers\ Press out, and then info a shading salt and lemon juice. Place in .the child's body. ft is necessary for the apartments.

more for the benefit of the Glades machine and then goes into the I sun to hlcach. If one application is :u.1! to have a variety of foods in its '

man haa !tieen done in the 2b years 01 TWO BILLS INTRODUCED sacks and is shipped away as' sugar. not sutficient. use another. diet, and for it to have plenty of mili Dade CTly-Harry Friedman opened

work in Tallahassee. BY REP. STEWAR1 TRKVLYN MOLTZsFirth eggs. oranges, tomatoes and other ladies'. ready-to-wear style shop for

The bills were drafted by. W. 1. Grade.. 1. HIS WEEK; tNTHE fruits and vegetables business in MasseyConstruction butJ.'l1ng.)

Evans, who represents the Drainage that Representative Stewart has oeeu S LEGISLATUI
Board on all legal matters.Mr.. .. icach with bothlpaities in Clewib-' SALT nSTTHE LAUNDRYSalt .5 \ S doesn't itTrs.. John on must have to start shortly onPcnsacolalIo

Evans has spent years of: study on ton and from all the facts we can obtain pi educing radical changes Sn the had a pretty good idea about feeding )ile Canal for which

Everglades Drainage and knows just Ill the matter the bill will" not is used in many ways in the preebiit grouping of 1: counties. This children, for ours all grew offto He $GGOOOT) has been appropriated. S

what is needed to complete the JOD pass the senate aiidHf it should leach home laundry. In fact, it is so useful question, together with the one iela- prefly husky, and are not troubled I

and make this one of the greatest 'assets me senate it will be Rifled' as uncon that no well equipped laundry ;would live. to judicial circiuts,' has been with indigestion dyspepsia bowlegs!;;,
Panama City-Uaffin W2olesalo
to the state. stitutional.AS dare be without It. placed with. special redistricting com or any other serious ailment.By I
Grocery of I\Iarianna opened branchon
He has always fought for local icpresenlation a majority of the people orClevviston Stiffens White OrgandieDo mittees and it is certain that a few the way. lo you know what '1

on this hoard and from depend on the local inter- not use starch Cut rinse In a of the court districts are to bo elimi! saw in the paper the other day? It Harrison Avenue in building for- -

ail indicatins the present mil will be '..vt: lor support tliey; retrain lioni CX- strong solutin f salt water. .Irn while nated. .5 sald lh"at bowlegs art not necessarily merly occupied by Bennett Chevrolet

adopted. pressing their opinion on the matter. damp and the organdie will be sufficiently A'e y fair,'hill seems to be that the result of the child's trying to wall! Company.- 5; 5 5

There is no question as to tile \Ve believe that a majority' of the stiff without the glossy effectof I lequiiing licensing- all resident motor too soon, they are more apt to be the .

amount of money that can be 'saved people have confidence In B. ( starch. I operators, under examination ana ii the diet. Seems funny, doesn't It? Palmetto-Local State Bank build- -

the taxpayers in the drainage districtif Dahiberg and are wilTing to more Removes Mildew From Linen I al a fee of 2 a year, whereby some result of lack of lime and phosphorus ing to be converted into talking picture (..ij-

they will be allowed to conduct uiaa meet him hail:: way in any mat Mix salt with soap, powdered cnalk ?1OOOOOO would be produced' in 1 had never stopped to think: aboutit theatre. -

their own af irs. ter. If it is His desire to incorporate or starch aiid lemon juice Into a p"hste II enue. As for the sales tax, it 1'v.1 that way. .II also said that bad /" S

The Evei glades Drainage and Flood the city and: lie will express himselt and apply to both sides of linen then bed "up -again when tho, Senate iVbt-: teeth are the result of the lack ot Tampa-Farmers' cur J market

Control Boards will work out tIns '' in this matter we believe that lie lay it out in the sun until the stain I I poned action on the House resolution: these minerals which are contained opened for business at northeast cor-
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problems of the district. They wilt people will standflbhlnd him and extern has disappeared and wash in the pledging the legislature to non.consideration in milk and vegetables and fruits and( ner ofMorgan and Zack"Streets.Marianna : .

be able to keep the operating cost their efforts in having the b'm usual way; or moisten the spot, nib j of all sales tax legislation. eggs. .5' S

down and will clean. the district of ail. passed as outlined by him. They do thickly with salt and soap. and place I Close on the heels of a House repoli'Tion -I All ot 'us are familiar with the old -New school building to

political gratters 'ineir plan 01 se- reel, however, That if they are expect- I out i nthe sun until stain is removed. I against favoring "Heno" di- expiesbion about the boy being father beerected r at Florida rm ustria.
Sets Clored Clothes
S curing a man well qualified to mnaii. I ."l i to bear the expense of operating i the introduction of the man, and I daresay many' 01 School S
vorcr measures came
Make strong solution of salt and
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the entire problem and give him con d. "> city and pay for improvementsthat resl us have never paid. much attentionto
into bill
hot water using aBout threefourthscup that body of a whoroby. : "
trol of the work will meet with the they should have a voice in the it. Come to think of it, however Winter Garden-American Legiou
of salt in each gallon of water, deuce: for DO days In the state wouldhe .
approval( of: the people. 'i'he.N ews government of the city; of Clewiston. iris easy to'see that the child that aising funds to Be, used in erection
sufficient to start divorce
fabric ) pro
and plunge delicately colored
nas complete commence in tne vies:: I It goes right back to the question o& receives proper food and care, l is .more, ofpe"rmanent home.
into it letting it remain until c 5id. ceedings. and next came a fjet: ot i/J
ent memijers of. the board and WHcf- which our government was: f.oum d. apt to grow"illto a good citizen,: both. '- .;
This wil effectively set the color. I rigId grounds for allo\Y:lllce of divorcein '
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ever they select will be approved by I .Taxation Without Representation." : -ily and mentally. .. Lessburg Mr. and Mrs: E. 11. \Vli
Removes Stains 1 lEis state.. :.
us. We feel that the people of the I And last, but not least, our children Hamson opened floral shop at north
Apply salt to the stain and pour With bills bing introciuc'rl rign"
Glades bave this same fe9lmg, rc- SCHOOL NEWS should receive 'the proper moral west corner of Orange Avenue ui.
; boiling water over it; or apply lemon anti l left for cuts In salaries of stall /
garcuess ot wnat is said oy any political S TATTLING TARPOOTER training so that they ,will grow into Main Stieet. S ,
juice and salt and let it stand a little and county offices and amp )jcestNrr ..,. '
l enemies of the board.rfhe :
wPle; then wash out. Peach, pear, I.* a lot of .wori'yhib3tItg. tione .
time has arrived in Floiidane I .'" :
lug for her on Monday\ ; seventh grade( 11.fl -
men are forgetting pbUEics on matters -
showed their appreciation that vayEighth I '
of such importance as the drainage ,
Made At HomeIs
grade has been envious ever Candy, ,
of the Everglades and are workIng I 5 .
Lunches
since. Simple to Tempt
for the interest of the country affected I "

and not "friend or -S Best
any personal Bridge Trump
THIS WAS OVERLOOKED LASTS

foe of the district 'I Fickle School Appetites ..;-, .


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....' school-is a problem that .constantly even the grown-ups enjoy sciapl1: slowly to a boiL Add chocolate broke
: Confronts millions of Creamed Eggs on Toast : c the kettle after the candy is made. Into small pieces, and bon rapidly until
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'. Cold Cuts of fieut-Slices of Ham and flour: l/3 t "''on ;alti i tcaspom: .: Wor- Keep covered TWl2 cooking to preventcrytuli _
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'S from tsrsliirc Cauce; 1 cup mli'c! ; 2 tablespoons ''I. '
r.t. : H. J. Ileins Cor.t > since fresh Spring fruits and serving It to guests gives until .
." ; any Chili S. Potato and Egg Salad veg- Tomato Ketchup; '4 cup buttered your wzeamy. Pour half In n buttered pin .-
? ;> lice T etables are not yet procurable inmost crumbs. them delight, too. and cover with a layer of Pea'mt Butter.
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: I 1'rz Cucumber Pickles markets and children til'iug Below for number "ur: rest of fut'sc on .top of Peanut But-
are are recipes a
S Melt butter add Hour and stir .
lInt Hulls QlIin Je'/v l r cad Get asl-e': to ccol. Cal In squares.
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( meals should be planned of the foods served through the of delicious home-made candj, .
. QTJNDAY Chilled Fruit Cup Ca'ce until well blended Then mTrl salt, S Peanut BiUtcr Marbles : l8J2
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;....: foods, and yet \'. ill not force you to Canapes; ': Toast rcund-; of bread Important meal, too. While little Ketchup awl po.r over i iN-- .egjs. while others- you will enjoy trying Mix ingredients thoroughly. ,(The
I".i:;,\' spend too much time In the kit : on one side and : \ uutoabtad:; sin prises-in the way of new Serve on buttered toast out yourself, even though :you n-ny cocoanut may be toasted first iCce3i'ed.
; chen. uidc i with Mayonnaise Salad Dress- dishes, or old ones dressed up a bit not have made candy:: for a longS .) Take mixture tea-
Creamed Tuna I'isli. .S -.r ;caches up by
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:..: Breakfast, of rnurse, should be a '' --- '. tpoonfuls and roll into small
Lel a lice ofartl] cocked! 1 CMP t :a fls ; :2 tab! > it "'ttC! ; 2
rather substantial meal-to tl.lethe : esg.Top bright and happy occasion, the tablcsp"rns flrur; ',4 tt"*rr>--'M ?"J.: 1'i Give both your family and your marbles. Set in cold place until "
P'f' family over until dinner, v.' 'ich with P si:. :- 01! fatuf ( ?pn!;-U menu must be well-balanced, and cup ..-.i'k; 3 t-Morpoona! Preserver Sweet friends an unexpected tioat soon firm. S I
Oj.il\ e and r: ee sflp"1! o? live should include a' generous amount Oher'' ns. chopped: ; paprika.!: das c* with some of these tempting delights -
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3 tcr.pot.iu'.n! ; .1pp'r children. Steam lish over hot water until ; cup peanuts; 1r.r
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;: "" suggesting roast leg of li.iub,-bineo ,. : t.'tpJI.1 :;\! &:; 1-," heated. Melt butter add flour anti Peanut Butter Fudge If'itliMarshwllows s-b'su'tcI; Cli,) Hri\vn; sugar; V
Below are a number of easily cup! cor-i syrup; ',j cup water; % tables -
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'- :" most women Had a rcat: more ;! "A Cup Puro Olive OILMIv prepared lunches that have been salt, then milk. Cook until!! thick, 1 cup w'lUe' sugar: ':' ':on buttei, 2 teaspoons Pure Vinegar;
t :r; practical en Srnday, mrj the !leftover cup brown curr; % I Va: ,;ib.
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:-- '" the salt, s.tr" niu piprikato worked out. with busy mothers in chopped ghoiUin'j. cup milk:; :2 tal/jcsjjccr.3 cc:n syrup; 1 Cojk the ,
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: lamb can be slimd ;crt: se" vsrl mind. And they have been Spread ImttC''pd toast T.'ith a layerof tablespoon Pure Vinegar; 1 teairsioii: \anilla bug up.Va'.er., butler
;;other, add viuefjar; and!] oil, and C3" and vinegar.: Boil i Cnn ball s'e-:
::.",. cold tor supper:: t1'e 8:1.'e. nIt; or beat fh::r jiishlj' Oi. put all the fully planned' to appeal to the.. 'M'-. fi Ji, cover with sauce, a second ; 13 Peanut marshmallows Butter. cut In quavers; V 244 ttegrscs F. C- ,,\ tI.rt'n..:. '.:c"" v\'. Lila
! ; marie into a t-\ov" rnfit pie or in :rcaicnt" !:/:) n gijs,:; jar, dren, too: layei' of tonst, and more fish and cup and pt,LI rrsthia5'y. ct. -i: ,,4 ge:itiy, over
: hash! for Monaay'sumier.. Mix sugar, milk, corn syrup and the Rice Flaker ann p* .uts ,Form' Into.
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SCltiW lid on tightly aa. jhakc: Cream of Tomnto Soup sauce. Garnish with paprikq and Boil to 23o b111; u.:e", .ool c.cr'i'i'.r4is.:: '
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shown here can be prepi"pd' -3' r, ; : I : roitmyi'iab'e : :', \1'''' : t, u fire cool, and add Peanut Hntter, ; boil.ng t!er jor shelled almonds
::-: your family will be sure, to hue> i f" -" ...'1 '" Her:; 1 ts,: ..-.:.> Distill: I Milk 1 ("p hot mIlk: '.i:: teaspoon:: salt; pepper; maib1! :unllows\ and vanilla. neat or fili/erts; c c' allow (o sl.ind: for
them, too! I /Mft$ VI. i. ".'"j; ;/. tcispotn: '.:it! t.:''c.1 bread, until crear.I:}". Pour into a buttered abcut a minile. Place nut between
';' .5 Mix iedlenls toiotJ.; and. Creamed Eggs on Toast Mix Peanut Butter with hot milkard pan and cut in squares. to'i.clj and iub. and tho

:.. RRT'ATU'ASrCru$7Lcd. S bring sic' : y to a lion, keeping: tuo Apple Duller Mtiffini or Rolls seasonings. Drop slices of Pralines' 2/3 CUP sweet mftk; skins will tome o.I ('::15il)". Cook
,. S ';Id en l.C: pan. Cook V> tLi soft Milk or Cocoa biead into this mixture and fry in i\iapiL : trrwpoon: ui tmcd nul:; in hot OU'011 until brown
S Strawl>errlc tew '..'ups forma 2 tablespoons hot fat. Garnish White Vlrccnr: :2 cups gr&uu-te.j uijar. 1 drain! on }heavy paper and sprinkle

., nice. rifles \with Ju nich"c Milk sort U.."i In co il water,-1.:>'6 degreed -' Cooked Spaghetti in Tomato Sauce with Pfclde"sor Stuffed Spanish cup,.'Ainu's.mipld! syrup; :2 cup broel pecans or lightly wi.h spIt; or roll the nuts '

: Creamed I'.) Oijol: add vani" and. Waldorf Salad Olives. Add the vlqemr! slowly to tha milk, and in Impot t:'d Oliv':* Oil dust with
Eggs en Bntlsrtd: Tca t be\t: until o'eariiIf the frosting Rroivn Bread Sandwiches Made withSanduich ShOl.tcnlll then add sujar and niRpIo; cy; -!!up.c'r salt l'i1J brown in a moderate oven. f.l.ifj
S Cities Drop Cookies : cup ; until thoroughly bleed: and cook ;
S Relish ; : ilovny
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; S becones sOIl w'lifo: bpreadlng, add cup &u ar; 1 c g; 1 lid until Pecan H'afcrs : cups granulated -
Crisp llOCurb with u en rar Is melted. Uscover -
. Milk cup flour: teaspoon soda; V tca .:>von Sl1" r: 1,2 ClIp b\'tter;
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a re" rlrsp:rt of hot water. and boll raplJlv to the
_" soft bill 4 teaspoons( Dlitlllcd White
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;to Potato (nd Rrjf Salad : ; f s tees/o: clnnam; 3 tablespoons sour ttage.: 'rake from flro and cod l. Beat te-.sp.\ soda: :,< cup pecans, chopped; y
o Creamed Tuna 7'ii/i Sandwiches until srtocth and creamy and aid:! nuts. lb. dlnplnj!! chocolate.
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: trtoes cut In cubes 1 onion, chopped, flnoV ; /4 cup ; mOl1tdson waxed from the
; ; linked Apples tutu Current Jelly ',4 cup: irlilnsCicam Drop : paper tip Melt butler add sugar and stir
S l)1VNlflS \ *, teas);ions!: sUt; i/a t'aspoon paprika; 3 S of a l>ocia.Divinity.
'=*.:-Jl covked: ?3g", cJiopport; 2 t:'Msi'vioi:ichopicd Cookies shortening with sugar, 3 until sugar l becomes: dark tan and
Canape or C'f'tn of Pea Soup parsley. I andxidd well beaten egg. Sift flour, Ftlclg : :cups.: Va RronuJated5Ugar. cup corn 'loses its crystaline form. Add

Slitffcfl Spt'iish Olives Mix: pota'.oe8, (onion salt :and Peanut Duller Cutlets soda, ground cloves nutmeg, .jcln- syrup, Vt cup cold water; 1 teaspoon Pure soda btirriug vigorously! and three-
5, 5 Roast Leg of Jsr. t Cf'rrant JcBrorco1 'l- ptprllca, and raaiiirate In French S Hot Rolls namon, arid add alternately with Vinegar S ; 2 egg wliltes; 1 cup nuts; vanilla. fourths of the nuts. Pour In a well

S Brt'wned "olfl.cs D'F>s 1ng. Chill. Just before serv- Lettuce Salad uith Russian Dressing sour milk. Then add Rice Flakes Mix sugar syrup, water and vIne- ; butteied:: pan y inch thick. When
Puttered! Carrots **'!!. ?-Id '?ors; parsley anil enough} Sliced Oranges With Cocoanut Drop that have been crumbled with a gar.: Ccok slowly, without stirring. almost hardened turn candy over
Ptmlfr.to C"cc'.f r,A l Celery !.1 YO'lJaroe Salad Drersi rig to Cookies rolling pin. Add nuts and ra!'3in8. \\Ul: it forms a very firm, almost with Hat surface on top. Melt
Salad: ,'-;'"-. ].'rr>nrh D'CMing moisten well. Pile la crieD Icttuco Milk Drop by teaspoons on a greased brittle ball in cold w llcr. Pour chocolate over warm water and

Ice Cream, lJcv 's Food Cake with cups and garnish with BtiiiM, of red baking sheet and bake In a hot gradually over stiffly beaten egg coat the top, then sprinkle with ro-

Caramel Frn'twz 0;' Wite Calc or green pepper, or thin slices of Pineapple Pin wit eel Salad : oven 125 to '450 degrees F.-for S whites! and beat until creamy. Add maihlng chopped nuts. When

with CncoanvtCoffee! Frosin:; Sweet Gherkins. Serve with r..dcU- U sttoe pineapple; 1 email Jar Ptanut to 10 minutes. This makes about ruts and vanilla. A little almond chocolate hardens, break into .Irregular
tlonal dressing If ae lrod. Buttar; lettuce. two dozen cookies. ."'ract may be added If desired. pl ces.
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