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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: June 5, 1931
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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IRBY{ PROPOSES A I I Legion Post Observes CANE BREAKERS I SEARCH TO BE MADE Base Ball League ayOrganized I FLOOD CONTROL BILL

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NEW SET UP FOR I I Memorial Day Here SPLIT TWIN BILL ,FOR MOST HEROIC Be Here IS PASSED. BY' THE

Memorial Day was observed last
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. TAX COMMISSION American Saturday by Legion,the*Jlocal at two'post o'clock of the on HEREON SUNDAYBeat : DOG IN FLORIDA base Clewiston Possibilities ball league of, the which formation will include of a SENATE,. 28 TO 5

are very bright at pres-
the 'school grounds.The .
'I I enL A meeting will be held one night -.

ceremony consisted of the Bronze Medal To Be next week In Moore Haven at which
c. Authorizes ThreeMember Pahokee 3-2 First To
Attempt Save Monroe
regular Legion Ritual Ceremony, a time the managers of the teams desiring -

I Board With $3500 short address and reading and a Game;. Lose Second To Presented- Twice to enter will be present and. And Collier From

prayer by Rev. W. T. Bailey, of tho Annually.CHICAGO. discuss the plans.
Annual Moore Haven 3-2. I .
) Salary. Tax Fails.
Community Church.Commander The
tl following; Lake Placid, Moore ;iOn

W. C. Owen was In I; Haven, LaBelle l and Clewlaton have
Ill. (Special)-Who 18'Florld ;
T.ALI,AHASSBno,, bill proposing -
Base ball appetites treated to
charge of tho Among the were
.1 program. teams that are playing independent
the creation of a atate tax a delicious dish Sunday afternoon moat heroic dog? last, Monday the Florida senate
LegionnaIres present were Commander -The ball..It is understood that all of tha '
I commission, following closely! 'on the Owen. Past-Commakr F. Deane.ijun .' when Manager Ed .Butler .hurled his National Anti-Vivisection society by vote of'2S to 5 passed the house
teams have desire
a to organize a
heels of the defeat of similar ,' headquarters of which are In bill amending laws
a measure regarding the
fast sfepping Cane Breakers against
H. 1{. Hatt; van Alien, to tmi
: league and It Id expected that the
_Chicago( wants to know It
so can Okeechobee flood
present
in the sonate Thursday of last control district.At .
'I : two good ball clubs in the same atfernoon -
ler and J. E. Beardaley.EVERGLADES 'first
steps will be taken at the
.hint (or her) with a medal.
week waa introduced during the afternoon winning the first game from request of Senator Getzen.
I I 'hos unsung", heroes _of the past- meeting next week. If the organization Bushnell. the
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Mjeelon by Senator E. J. lr- Pahokoe three to two and losing the senate informally postponed -
.' i is successful play will l start in
who
: doffs have cheerfully and willing
consideration
of Governor Carl
f)), Inverness. night cap to Mooro Haven by the I
B MAY ly Disked( their lives and often lost one. or two weeks.
ton's veto of the bill
a At the morning session, a bill sponsored same identical score. I to legalize racing
P the committee education : ? thorn-.that a human being might and pari-mutel wagering in Flori
Lby on
.
Hurling a ,brand of ball seldom It :
BE SITE OF CUBA live: at least aro to take their rightful da. .
proposing a tax of four cenU( a gallon l.1 ever seen before 'In ,this section local' $7,500,000 GIVEN

!' on_ turpentine and $1 a .round bar I and visiting pitchers alike shared In places: In the Hall of Fame, a spe.'cfaUall Waving tho rules to call the bill

rot on .roein, was,dropped in _the, hop the honors and brought back to the. of Fame, however, restricted up out of order, the senate turned
SUGARJNTERESTS I c: ((o canines.Clarence TO STATE SCHOOLSBY
to bill Introduced
a ,
per and sent to the calendar: without I old time fan the realization' that tight. by Senator

loferences.i : _E. Richard, managing director Young, Vero :Beach, recreattntheOkeechobee
pitchers battles and hair raising finishes

;. The 1 bill taxes only naval! stores op-, Results Here Are Being might be a thing of the past in of the National Organization, SENATE ACTION flood control commissionand
today announced that bronze medal
orators. who are not members of cooperative the big l leagues but they are! Just getting a authorizing reduction in floOd

marketing associations_and Watched By Foreign started' on the muck J suitably engraved will be awarded I control ,taxes In ttolller=, Monroe and

r members or" the 'senate in the naval Concerns.Cuban :Manager Butler elected to 8 a1"t'.lwtce( annually to the Florida dog per, Appropriation Insures A Hendry counties.A .

t. forming the most heroic and Intelligent bill .of the'some
stores business estimated that the '" ]Hooks, fourteen year old :: nature, already

tax would apply to only about ;06; per sugar producing interests .'Boy.on er" against Pahokee, prob- feat diiring the preceeding six ? Uniform Term Of passed by The house, was substituted

ocnt of tho operators of the state.. Clewiston's months. Eight Months.Appropriation ror the senate bill'on Senator Voting's
may move their operations to the :ably greatest athletic "Seldom week .
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The bill places a tax of four cents a I Moriaa Hjvergiades; if experiments val 'in the first seven inning gameof a passes he saId. -..-- motion. '
I "that we do not read in the news apeb' Senator Gomes "
gallon! on turpentine gum or spiritsof I being made by the Southern Sugar the afternoon and just how bril'hn'ly where'a ; of $7,500,000, for? astandard ; of 'Key West, offered
I of has
dog rescued a an amendment to eliminate
turpentine whether gum or wood Company prove a financial ''success. !' :! the youngster performed !is"vinenrefl child :eight. months school term
pioduct. and ?1 round barrel ot awakened sleepers in a "burning Monroe and Collier counties from the .
; per This indicated Tuesday with bv a score sheet. It shows in every county in Florida was approved -
building, fought off bandits, or : entire ..provisions' the act. He
said
rosin or $1 a package of rosin weigh-
information from an authoritativesource him directly responsible for fifteen by the senate Tuesday 25 to
; in fonu} 'of her way performed Intelligent these two counties:"can: -real1 p'
leas than 560 pounds. The tax on never
that between 300,OOO ,and 400 of a ,possible twenty-one: ,put outs and faithful which 10. The house previously voted the
'service, if any benefit from' Okeechobee flood
packages weighing more than 560 oou acres of land in the Evergladeshas taking in 3'couple of pops himself same appropriation.The :
done by a human being, would result control, and therefore should not be.
pounds would be 25 cents 100
per anti sending thirteen men to the school appropriation billpassed
been placed under option by;
j in the ''highest, honor a grat6ful. populace forced to pay flood taxes." He said
IOunds.I'he: revenues estimated In these interests. The land will bo purchased bench via the strike out route. He' could after the senate killed, 22 to"I '.

excess: of 25,000. would go to the general if the Southern Sugar company walked one man, and gave up only "'1Ve: pay. I 11, a motion by Senator Butler Jacksonville the two counties were "willing to
believe that such loyalty, ae- pay the ad valorem tax from humanitarian -
public school fund. a
proves that cane can be profitablygrown three hits during the afternoon. votion and sacrifice is of to temporarily postpone con I
The tax commission would be com woTlhy j standpoint like every other
'and ground. Opposing Hooks in the opener, Pa sideration. |I
posed of three members ,to be appointed presented whatever honor human beings can I county but they are not willing
Judge George W.' Whitehurst wasin hokee Young Spooner, long whether Senator T. G. Futch Leesburg, I Ichah.1'an I '
f. show, the dog can understand to a special tax for something -
the with pay
by consent acreage
governor
: Jacksonville Tuesday conferring lanky, 'easy going pitcher, who of snate'educat onal committee
f of the I or not. Hence the Dog Legion"Courage .I I from which tI ecan- gain no
senate_ for four year terms .
with persons interested in reorgani showed the locals a nice assortment led supporters of the bill in
,. and
come I fidelity willingness benefits. .
and commissioner would
f one nation of the,, Dahlberg concerns. He of curves, splendid control and a fastball 1 urging Its passage.
from each districtsof the to sacrifice! self for tho benefit or The house bill being consideredby
: of three ,left Fort Myers suddenly Monday} that had a real hop. He had the I [ "Previous legislatures have adopteda -
state in "com J others are commonplace traits of all the senate in place of the bill Senator
outlined bill. Each .
the morning, .announcing. at the time that I I Breakers completely ,at his mercy policy of waiting, waiting, waiting, :
do": *, from the lowliest mongrel in
;would Introduced reduce
missioner Young would
1..'f\ ,receive. a salary 'ot 'sched'ifled with Nail Baker ,
a' meeting in Clewiston. had throughout the game until everything else} is taken care of
-" :. : :;.5U0 to: ; expenses I the/-slreets to the most pamperedthoroughbred flood control taxes in the three' coun
annually! be paid, witli
.. : been postponed until Wednesday orT, ,. Bolton. and., Cothern the 'only'Co.ur'Jocais" bench.. Nothing and then if there is anything left
treasury.. : on the ties from six cents "an to 2 3-*
ThebilLwasAsent. acre
;; from the state oti'enJat r:.It, w s.'presumedUi'aL: :his: 'abie: ;'tOv'connect safely.. ,, ,,..wHhfchlscl'wMch ... "t eenls be- over it Is given to the school." Futch
to matter, much to dog
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I! i. tobtvhe-judicjary'A'r'! 3 tom, :to = -or ji I cents.
urnr-tTiY" :; ., ..-. 11i o Jacksonville4. iiE{ : lint- afC err"cir a' total C'SI hUH one saIcL j\3' are Jeavlngv our,_sacred, tluifeftUftitj -
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was of ties'umlcafe"jusTscTlong is'
;; ieorgani- : as we
f ;::nl1"r"negotIatIons': with the has been placed in -
whatever trust
Senators{ J. l I" He taxes
\V. Turner Cedar Key, I ment. said the reduced were
j nation group, with other parties to be He walked two men, hit one, :and i him His only thought is to render at the throne of tax reduction to I I :
and J. Maxwell Dell. Gainesville offered figured out by the flood control com
; chalked a total of eight strike the exclusion of providingfor
.. "ailed in at the Clewiston session. up friend properly '
a hill to recreate the eighth judicial service and to mutely be a mission, and that IT the bill being
The National City Bank of New outs. thick and thin..' the education of Florida boys and
I", circuit to include the following scored first in the third through I considered failed of passage, the 1920
runt is: saiu to uu me iiuauii i counties: Alachua Flagler Gil- jury law would continue in force, and,
Clay, ,
dr beuiudhe Cuban sugar interests'! when Nall fceat out a slow one for a Senator Butler Jacksonville, who
the
will asked select
the country be to
f Christ, Putnam, Levy and St. Johns would continue the six cents ,an acre
) v\hich have obtained options on tine hit, took third on Bolton's single and horo dog from nominations submittedto J voted against the bill, said the legislature
; '; The bill ,was sent to the judicial redistricting Baker. tax on lands in the tnree counties.
scored on a single by Lefty "should' find of revenue
Uverglades: land. This bank has of the sources
il .: committee. tho society. A photograph I of this amendment,"
"Adoption
r. around $50,000.000 invested in the Pahokee tied the score In the fourth each nomination II before passing this huge appro-
dog must accompnay I
1 said" "would destroy
I Senator Young
1I Cuban sugar industry, it was said when with one down Spooner beat)I together with a verified account of priation." He charged the appropriation "

I j THE BLAKEMORE and is watching the proceedings involving out a bunt stole second and third the service for which it was nomi unless revenue sources were I this The bill.Gomez amendment was defeated
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I the Southern :Sugar: company and scored on a wild throw by Nail nated. <. provided, "would necessitate an Increase I
10.
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) j; BERRY PROVES TO BE closely. The Cane Breakers forged ahead All hough the comittee to make: the in the state tax millage of to

Hie Clewiston concern recently again in the fifth Nail took life awards has not been definitely chosen 'about K mills, and this legislature

I a joinpleted: a grinding season in which I when short stop dropped his sizzling among those: who will be asked toserve promised tax relief to the people." MUCH INTEREST IS

MORE PROFITABLE liner. sTole second and again scored to
more than 50,000,000 pounds of raw ; are Will Judy, publisher of Dog Tho 'appropriation according I

sugar were manufactured, in additionto when Baker came through for the I World, Senator Harry B. Hawes, of Senator Futch is $3,000,000 annuallymore SHOWN IN STATETESSAYCONTEST

i an immense amount of molasses.The second successive time'' in, the pinch Missouri Mrs Irene Castle McLaughlin than schools now receive. New

\ During the past two seasons the singling sharply to right. Pahokee for this
company went into receivership noted 'Chicago humanitarian, Albert revenue sources are required
, strawberry growers of the Plant City last evened the count In the sixth.! The now
summer with debts of close to Payson, Terhune, tho author, and amount only because $4,500,000

area have shown considerable inter '$5,000,000, although only three million first man up walked, stole second .and Edmund Vance Cooke. the poet whose going to schools, he said, Is already -
est in a new variety of strawberry scored clean single to center.
and five hundred thousand dollars on a "Hags" is immortal in canine litera provided.The .
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known as the Blakomore, which has were Involved In the receiver: But Bozinc Nail put the game on ice ture. bill as passed by tne senate,

boon recently introduced by the for Clewisfon in last when 'sented in tho Essay Contest. "Woods
inning bllIW3S
ship. Revenue during the grinding the In the event the dog lost its lifo inthe although it was a house
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United States Department of Agricul- he tripled} to left and scored on ires-A Florida Tragedy by the pupils
season has raid all operating _costs J deep service for which It was nominated exactly like a bill introduced by''Sen.ator -
.: taro and is being planted for the an infield out for a final score ot j the second of the 10th. 11th, and 12th grades.
and 1 peiraltted. substantial additions 'to the Hero Legion 'a posthumous Getzen, Bushnell, on
; coming season by a number of i This contest sponsored by the
growers
was
to tale capita! assets, it was said three to two. 1 I award will he made to its own day of The 1931 session. ,

: The second game beginning before Senator'' Hilburn, Palatka made a. Florida Federation of Women's Clubs
The Blakemore formerly known as I er. I Florida Forest Service and the
fans had hardly time to get their of the tho
ArthurS. motion to reconsider passage
The medal designed by I
.1 U.: S. D. A Number 659 was secured MOTOR CAR TAG WAR breath developed into another great Thayer, distinguished was_ Chicago artist. school appropriations bill, but later Ameiicn Forestry Association..

)by ,crossing Missionary with Howard I As winners of first prizes in the
; pitching duel between Hush of the I II The of the dogand tho withdrew it.BUDGET. ,
I 17 (Premier) at the United States I fIELD UNAUTHORIZED I locals and Pete Wilson making hie date of tho name'award will be cnsraved contest, Irene M. Hass Tampa, Hills-
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Plant Field Station near Glenn Dale borough county and John Bills Sanford -
debut
visitor from -
a our neighboring
as
I the
On
the at the. bottom.
panel
l Maryland in 1923. on Seminole county, will receive a
town of Moore haven If ever a the ot BOARD BILL
inscribed story
back will bo
Among the plants secured [tone this TALLAHASSEE.;: Last Mondaythe pitcher deserved to win it was our free round trip to Washington D. C..

cross several were considered especially motor vehicle commissioners or1: engineer. The big fellow stood the the deed for which It was awarded.the I with a three-day stop over, all expenses
Presentation of tho medal to
promising because of their excellent ; Florida and Georgia exchanged telegrams paid.
heads
Hav'enites completely on their its will be made at a PASSED BY HOUSE
dog or owner
I qualities and were given fury stating that enforcement olfi-/ fanning fourteen men and allowing: which Joan Louise Sheebler, Miami. Dade
in
titer trial at the grounds. These were !( cers in each .state arc engaged in an. but two measley hits, errors being responsible I public ceremony lives. in Tho tho first city medal will I county, and Dink Ezell, Bonifay,

then sent out for field trials in Floi-,, unauthorized "auto tag war.U I II for all three of'the visiting f the animal 1. TALLAHASSEE, Juno 1-A bill to Holmcs'county, will each receive $50
awarded December
I ida, North Carolina and as far north :I I Each commissioner assured tho olftI -, runs.. late Wilson formed the other be' create a budget commission of five I in cash as winners of the second

ae Now Jersey during 1926 and 1927.I I er that it was his desire to co-operate half of this pitching combination and The world's richest emoral mines to have 'final control of budgets for I prizes. Margaret Bryan, Gainesville, .--,

t lu these trials. No. 65:) proved to bo I i I as neighbors "harmoniously along reciprocating if there Is a better smarter, craftier Mountains of Russia -'I Dade county commission, school Alachua county: and Cecil A, Boyklu
Ural
in
located the ;
outstanding. The first plants of, this lines." Each stated that pitcher in this entire section than I aboard I and other boards in the county : Sneads Jackson county. will receive
American
( worked by an I
I variety wore received at tho :Strawberry : the motor laws of his state iccognized -I, Pete we haven't seen him. I are being I I was passed by the house tonight. the third awards of $25 In cash.In .

Laboratory near Plant City in the motor vehicle liceneses or1:I Clewiston fans hate to lose a ball Mining Company.____ ,: The bill was introduced by Representative I addition to these handsome

tho fall of 1926. the other state and that officers who. game and it is doubly hard to lose S. Pierre Robineau of Dade awards made by the American Forestry

r The Blakemore produces a compact arrested motorists from the_ other a heart breaker after such a remarkable Martin To State. His county. Association, a one years suo-

moderately upright plant with slightly -.I late acted without instructions and :' pitching performance as Hush Future PositionFormer The Robineau measure would have I scription of "American Forests" illus

cupped leaves, while that of Missionary outside of their authority I delivered Sunday. But if they must the five commissioners elected in the trated forestry magazine, will be given :-

r is more open with Hat leaves. Acting: Commissioner W. S.- McLin: lose and this happens to the best ot Governor John W. MartinIn nest general election, and serve with I to all winners.

'I'hls'ar et}' seems to bo as well of Florida, wired Secretary of State I them we had rather see Pete win his first public statement for more out pay. They, :would receive ei::>ti.I As evidence of the interest shown

f adapted to our climatic conditions as George H. Caisnell of Georgia protecting -':i i than any man in Florida. than a ,year, made at Tallahassee last mates of expenses and receipts from.' in the essay contest, Polk county with,

:Mh.&ionary.: During the past winter. against reported arrests of J'I The next game on the Cane Breakers Monday said he would make a statement all boards, and after publication anti nine hundred and thirty-five pupils

s .. 19i-31.:: the Blakemore withstood the Florida truck drivers near Foll ston. schedule is with Lake Placid nextSunday after adjournment of ,the legislature hearings, set forth the final budgets enrolled 'in the eligible grades had .

unusually long periods of old, wet Ga McLfn stated that he was informed on foreign soil ?nd it is expected "discussing the affairs of the for the county. ,I eight hundred and fourteen essays

,.'t, weather as well as if not a little better the prosecuting attorney at that quite a number of faith state and my future position with regard .' The senate' today received and 1 submitted.. Lakeland alone with five _. -

:.1'i than Missionary, The root system Folkston said he would prosecute'I fuls will accompany the team to that to them.. passed a bill from Senator J. Tumor hunrded and seventy-five pupils en-

was white and vigorous throughout Florida drivers who did not have city. "My visit to Tallahassee has no Butler ot Duval county establishing rolled, submitted five hundred andseventY.flv'e

r the winter Georgia tags regardless of the ruling I -.: particular political ''significance," tho similar commissions for Duval and I essays-a 100 per cent

f. The fruit is more :uniform !In size of the Georgia commissioner. I j i!I II I 11 LEPERS BE RELEASED statement said. "It has been more Hlllsborough counties. In the Butler(.: interest in Forest Conservation!

man Missionary, similar in snape although Secretary Carswell who also is budget commissions I
ti than a year and a half since I was bill, However file first

,'1." I t slightly blynter, with TjroSfl j Georgia 'motor vehicle commissioner i I. The 11 lepers who'will soon be re here and I have taken advantage, of a to serve until the next elections SINGING FOR W YEARS

r shoulders and a slight neck. It ripens' replied ,he was advised Florida Officers ;_letsedTram; the Carvllle (La) row free days to visit my rnenaa. would be appointed by the gov -

: I' uniformly, is bright red In color, and,i near the state line were arresting Barium make a total of 89 Lepro.1 "As soon .' as this legislature adjourns ernor. Although 97 years old. W. B. Miller

haa a glossy appearance. The small r Georgia drivers. .He assured Mc- stored to health in the 10 years the I expect to make a statement Representative Robineau said tonight is an active choir "singer and director

yellow feroon seeds are oven with Lin of his desire to co-operate and institution-the only one of Its kind 'I fo tho people of Florida: discussing, that an effort will be made to of the Loa Angola .Calif.)

C'1 the su""'- ce., The berry ,Is oC lender, said Florida tags recognized. by '' bUI ndv.tntacjeomlyto : l\T"n' r.1OfUF1, Mi1J.A" t-- 9: ,, t.t. ":"1' i iI"
States
it I are in tho United -haa b6"5n; conducted th"' affair( of thA t.R.tp and mv future mercy the two !

.' ,..rtis Ni" 'turn to,.:Pa'Q e 4)). Georgia.lair- J by thf Federal Health) Service atm! with rprard to th"lm,'. the thn o large: co"it: 'a* rffo/1.1! ''. H'i'Ol" at the a.p of. 3.
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1 ,. '1'. .Palmer, an official of: the company t ion's swing from a rural to an urban .,l.ll. .iw: pajamas are Ui ll\'vie\o! '

(; ; "many ot us, sutler a complete civilization has had a pl'oi.Ouud i,ifluenco .L... .u\ u6l ea.ehtdt! )' ue..tr' ; 1:

.....,e ui character when we get be- on economics social custom, icuue i.hU created on the principal 01 I TOPNOTCHERS by KBTi
Published In Clewiston.
every Friday find the wheel of a car. In our I1.01nll.. politics and moral codes.. let the rise u> ........+a. mo jacket is three-quarter ; _
Florida, by THE CLEWISTON .
an automobile becomes potentially a 01 the city has never ueen given halt length and big pockets are lealU!cu. /

_-1----- NEWS. INC.Entered _._ ._ ___ ._ deadly weapon and should be' handled the study it should have had.Ie _._ I ?i'l

"as' "second .class' matter, 'Feb.rU with extreme care and coolness. No. have simply taken the change for THE JOY OF BEING AN EDITOR r jAE


Clcwr ton, Florida, under the Act of all conscious of our mot.oring short Professor W. Tylor, of tune depart uUi1ng an experience of nearly thirty .L

March 3, 1897. : .' comings and try to cover them with t ment of sociology of the University!! years of running a newspaper the '

---.-. .- '-- bluff. This is why we are so 'touchy' of Illinois, in a recent study of Amer Arcadian: editor has 'printed about ah X44
A Newspaper devoted to the Best In- I
\\ith olhor drivers." ica's urbanization points out that the .... ...n 'uaosics ,mat periodically
terests of Hendry County, Florida.Its I
There is sound sense in his words. : growth of the clUesdepends chiclyon fak, ..a.; rounds of the press, and the
Leading Newspaper.:: '
Our easily; aroused motoring anger a feeiling-ln of surplus population ",tip appended herewith has been used I '
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Subscrition. te ..:..... $2.00 per year robs, us of the cool judgment we : from adjacent farm lands. If ,and several times. Conditions have not 7 '.

Outside. of State of ,Florida $2:0 should exercise at the wheel especial1 when tho birth rates in rural coinmunfties changed, and It is still as much to,
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ly in moments of stress and undoubtedly -, drop, the cities will stop grow- the point as it was when it was writ
Advertising i rates furnished on"appll. I l
has sent many a car unneces- ing. ? ten. This is the way it goes:
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cation.
sarfly into collision or off the road. I His figures are instructive In 1'Jlo: Jotting out this paper 15. no picnic.If .
Business Office, Clewiston News. I
If we would see that our cars are for example, he shows that the farm we print jokes people say we arc
Ad- A
Clewiston, Florida. Editorial ana
In good running conditions. with the population 'of the United States silly.; r,7liv,1

vertlsing.. same.'Telephone 339- '. right pressure in our tires plenty of: reached its peak-32,000,000. Now that If we don't they say we are, too I a f 1// : :: '

-. .1-.' ,'. good fresh oil and grease where they natural rate of population Increase serious. : .t

ANo'MEAN are needed, our electrical equipment would add between 7,000,000 and b, If we clip things from other laper3.1} ; ,

LEARN- IT, SAY IT, IT functioning smoothly and our brakes 000,000 to that total during a decade; We are too lazy to write it 'down I.
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properly lined and adjusted, and if we by 1920, therefore the farm population 'ourselves; .\
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A' few' years ago a I'l ridian's creed I would adopt an attitude of friendliness -II should l have been approximately If we don't,we'are stuck on our own: I 1-1 .
waswritten b;" John L, Wilkes. other: stutr. '
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president or' the Associated. Industree's -! 1 I .,
of Florida, and it is worth nothing like its present 32,500 killed to a little more than 21,000.- We ought to be out hunting up!, I

memorizing and repeating,' but it i(and 960,000 seriously injtfred.] And it, 000. This not only meant that 4,500-; news. >>IL 1 :"
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should be said in earnest, especially' would be a pleasanter world in which ooo fewer people were living on tarms If we get out and. try to,hustle \J LIOM 'WOn\eW' :

when it commits the citizen to loyel .motor. Why not tr-' it? II In 1920 than in 1910; It meant that We ought to be 0'D.. ..the job Ju the .
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to 11 ne- l'own products. The creed Ger4r -
ty : ., altogether some 12,000,000 people had office : Am&irChnon,
is as [tollows: If we don't print contributions .
Where' Is This Going To End gone from the farms to tho cities. ,
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"1 believe in piorraa, ; Professor Tylor points out that 'We don't appreciate. true genius; I I tie fil/ownyyears, "

"I love her as my home, I( we do the is filled with
The news reports of railroal operations American cities no longer have a sut- paper .
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"1 honor her institutions, -: 1922 1925: 1928 Ii
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'l of births ,
in the United States show a fie ent preponderance over ,
"I rejoice in the abundance hey decrease of 22.8 per cent for the deaths to make appreciable gains in I' If we make a change}, in a' fellow's c.rrlIts\\,W.H.C.1 M9, 1930 .

resources month of March; and the first fifty population! without outside aid. I Immigration 1:I writup, '
"I unbounded confidence in
have railroads to ,report results of April from abroad is no longer an. We are too critical;
the of her people to succeed --
ability
; operations disclosed a decrease ol 'important tactor. Thus the average If eve don't we are asleep. .
fn whatsoever they undertake. ton-Arms was a feature of the anllh haps exceptional management' and
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Now like not will
jo.i: per cent' ,compared to me coi responding American city is about to stop grow. j as someone say
"I cherish ex.'lltc4.ideals... of herdestinr versary and graduates who hag unusual "advantages afforded to 'Stu'
We swiped this one from some many
month of 1930. It is evIdent. lug if the exodus from the fnrm Isj I Ic '
as a leader among these other I passed in the annual processions ot uenTs account for it ,all. It -now takes
that the net earnings of American discontinued if the rural birth paper.
United :States: of America. H { commencement exercises for morrv .ten buildings-located In the host
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jailroads are steadily declining, and ratfl ,falls as it shows signs of dotn.g.1 I II
"'To her.;; I pledge my: l loyalty. | urbanized 1 The Arcadian than a quarter of a century were residential section of Washington te>
this is principally due to the effects This will bring to our .
the of her best interests house the school. -
"To promotion
of other forms of transportation, although civilization a new set of problems present. It was most interesting to.

I pledge my patronage, the general business depr s- Everything that every large American A Different Kind of School note the progress of these Individual The most interesting thing about
"To the cause of her producers and who had Holton-Arms school is that it 3s ditferent .
I sion. has served to darken the picture city has ,done In the last half started out under favorable ;i
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her various enterprise I pledge, my I as it is revealed by the above century has been conditioned by the Holton-Arms the leading gills circumstances and who had steadily -;which goes to show that thin
devotion." advanced business of educating the youth or
disturbing figures. fact that each city has' been con school in Washington celebrated its throughout the years t i I
--The .Arcadian. I thus tho Nation would likely be improvedif
proving that there Is
Unless there is a change iii condi- stantly growing. Laud values, wagescales thirtieth anniversary and graduated nothing

'. tions it will not be many years. be- housing facilities, political a. class of nearly fifty this month. equal to getting a good start. in life I I there ''was less attention paid tC'
l LET US HAVE PEACE! Mrs. Moon Holton' ot. "standardizing" public. eetCC} '
T foro railroad tracks will be taken...up cuncnls-all have been profoundly Washington has an unusually large Jessie was one .
J ". percentage of what might be called the founders of the school in 1901
in all sections of the country. Sucha effected by this factor. iRemove I .

A, report, extremely disquieting: ,I situation. would present a national this factor, and you havo}1 transient residents. Among them are' and she is still principal. A HARD SENTENCE

reaches us from Tallahassee. It is to i calamity. I an entirely; new situation. We shallbo Senators, Representatives. and other j In the light of the phenomenl suc-

the effect that a tentative agreement Motor transportation grows in volume 1 facing this situation in the not-I officials of the National Government. cess of this nationally known institution According to his Camden (N. 'J.)

has been made whereby the Legislature and organized commercial lines Ufstout future It will mark the. begin, Their families are important mem- there was a good deal of interest court sentence, 40year-old( Edgar

:' will adjourn on the statutory continue ,to take over a large part ot ning'of a new era in our history.-Ft. hers of society, and their daughters'I revived during the: anniversary Rambo must pay his wife and two

Data without' completing its ,work; the freight and travel business, and I Myers Press. quite naturally gravitate- the pit- events in the early history of the. institution children $10 a week for support,' or

and that an extra, session is to. be I the airways-are: also cutting in. Even I .1 vate schools of the Capital. I as it started ,with five pu- spend the remainder of his life in ;

called to convene two or three now they are putting on hourly service LONG AND SHORT, OF .A banquet of the alumnae ,of Hoi-: ills: chit xias luiibiuiuiy ;!'UWU. rui- prison. ,fi!
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months thereafter at which a tax I between large cities, and "fly |IT-IN PAJAMAS: ',.- -- Pya.Lr
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relief program will be put through., ing adds to the .tailing olt or railway f ,- '' .,.; ". ':,_._ .-, =_ 'L. ., .. r-: : .';: :,,"-: :'>- :.:.::'/ :,:{,: /) .
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I: This would mean another session, revenues. As 'distinguished American citizens :-. ".;,':."':, : \ :...:.....,' ,; .
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of the Legislature convening August In the face of this' situation the traveled South for the "Voice o; "

1 or September 1. It wou(1'mean] that railroads are only asking for their Cotton: Pageant" just held at Concord -, : .. "
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the taxation and f.nancial situationin rights when they; demand that the North Carolina, summer -weather .:"---1 ,. ',. l : ,'.;;'jc"-' S"

the state would remain undecided competition that is ruining the great I and summer fashions traveled for ... '0 1 fa :et1nless: ;;:;-:' .i"; : '
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: and uncertain for two or three !railway; industry be regulated upon a ward to meet them. Important southern .. .. ":' :. ; :-.. .
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months. It would, mean that the peo basis of greater equality than at retail shops, cooperating enthu- .

ple"and.? the business interests of the present.: siastically in the Wear Cotton move-'! with six..enQ a. smoothness

i state"- would be lel1t.in: turmoil and The railroads, more than any other I ment, .have stocked quality cotton "
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i agitation and apprehension and disturbance national industry, have been responsible fashions from the Atlantic to the Pacific I .

for two or three montJir for the development of the im- seaboard. It may be said with I "IZctlcr than 20 miles to tIe gallon.9 "Its coat-per-milc ;s the ,

through the, summer. It would mean mense areas that comprise the United safety that two of the newcomers or I loiccst,of may anr.'" 6W&vcr lateen to sid'Jl oil bcttcccn crankcase .

prolonging the conditions which prevailed :btates.> The high character or ran particular interest on the fashionable : claara(les. *' *S9rovc fro::a Ohio fo California on I' repair expense .

prior ,to the, session and which road management and operation is beaches this summer hill be durene j' of S/.O:;. ** 66Itjsist.runs essizl rsi3j and rul:;."

have continued through the session 8110.11'. the fact that only seven cotton shorts and pajamas-- two' !oi; -,'"

conditions which have excited the passengers' lost their lives in train ac- the most striking evidences that line typical comments from owners of the Chevrolet Six .:

public mind retarded business recovery -I ;idents last year. Compare this with quality is filling every fashionableneed I ,

and progress. ,kept the politicians 1 :7,000 deaths from automobile acci in 1931. Of course, these beach i' Why is it that Chevrolet cision, that many ,

actively in the saddle, made""gootl!\ dents. shorts play "medicine ball' and don't .,
I -a Lit;, powerful, owner have gone -= ,., ,
times" for the professional lobbyists The railroads not only operate upon go in the water-but they could for ", I' I L1 :--.onn";: .
:::. : smooth-running six- 20,000 miles or more -
plunged the whole state into chaotic their own road beds and their own lUCY are maue 01 (tie euOUgtL: mo' t I :: .
Sl actually costless to without 11"inwi.: '
dissatisfaction and distress. In shortit rails but they are among the Nation's I washable, most durable Tolfbn yarns J Q ) .
operate aid 11:1111luolors opened formajor
would be a calamity statewide in neatest taxpayers. The Secretary ot perfectly mercerfzed to bring out tne CheirtJel't.T2* frame "-- --__ -. ,
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its harmful effects closely approach Agriculture has recently reported in ; inherent luster of cotton. .pporllhrb.xlyrotlgJ.-.. C'wofrt'j piton' are -
I I out i:i en i:rlen lh buy? The built to clone limit, o/ ,
car .YOU can
ing a disaster. the work]: of the relief of the drought-I A leading American house has designed ,/. di lJr-flcdllg precision .
lies in five factors of
'The people of this state want tax stricken areas that the railroads volntarily -I some delightful durene cotton outstanding ;r-:-r_+ ? *2zlj arc used throughout I I the

relief, but they want pe'cJ'more.. ': reduced rates on the movement pajamas-to be worn over tho bathIng Chevrolet economy: Chc'l'nlct' cat--cot>llitiiltcl J ;: fc!(:c'l I, rhromc- .

They are uoruout with the clash ot of ha;>". feed and water to the suit, of course! This is an altogether I t'anouiUrn steels, hromc-mrkcl btcilt,- ,
i 1. Effirfent fcnffijsc I'xiras makes
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interests the unrest of legislative drought sufferers during most of th-'l new note in beach wear. The to assure troulmfiet, lovv-co strvitc' for -,
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uncertainty. They want the Legislature -. latter half of the year 1930 and that trousers are wide-almost as wide as tens of thousands of miles.) ;. s -
to get through with whatever it I 1,01 counties In twenty-one :States> two separate skirts-soft, and oh 20 nll I'I'I IC gallon of.iMiline is

Is going to do and to be rid of it for received these rate reductions. The very decorative. The design in, these nothing unusual for a Chevrolet ovnr.hrav :i. Ef.'O.td JVafetittrieli> Svrrvitl .' \

two years, If the stated session can report of the Agricultural :Secretaiy.: particular ones is a diminutive and I / ( ict, '> its lov IlTl-rate Mi.utrcon :

,not complete the urgent business be- i also shows that the railroads further. J dainty plaid in shades of mulberry! 2. J."foalcrn Clrusxis dtlsi';n-;y lal-or and fer'tnnc Pa1!'!-;*, is availaMu at \ ;

iuie 11, ami au ttALiu session: :: : is unavoidable amea tne situation oy maKIng immense -,'combined with white Though cobwebby )- evidenced hy Chevrolet". long; : )" 1,0C0deah-rsthcu. ;thuntlc000Lltry, '\ ho '.'

then they want that extra purchases of ties, timber, and I in texture tho material is extremely -I frame, four pnt'dlc1-'1WtHIlC'd. I also offer the protection cf the ,

session to be an immediate continua. stave bolts from farmers owning sturdy and may be laundered spring, nn(l l' ulOlIl h- ru l':..h1, \ lic\l :II]eriI ov ncr's: 'H'n irc )olsixrvlirtccr -.

tion of the regular session. They wood lots in the drought area. Thatis I innumerable times without fear. ,- I engine-iticre;res I ....,..:..,}... I Kccr. l01 hack. a )low-priced car. ,
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'would be roused to the point of re the way the railroads always "do Just a bit like, a pirate's garb is the nhilily of the ChL.t'oht.x t : .'' .

volt if they have to endure, monthsof their: bit" when there is an opportunity another interesting durene cotton j' to run dependably; ) ', day after (claj --- Ucuiemher addition to nil .
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prolonged uncertainty and disturb to help great public causes. bench pajama. made of ric ran combining '
In contrast to this- public-spirited Cannes blue and dead white-I .7. lE.1CP.lI"Tl ,L '
ance.We don't know that the report is attitude, who, if anybody, has ever two shades capable ot setting oir dramatically -i I I ,, also adiL-t In Clievroletdepcndahility !<< / \. / \J c'ns::. .hnnti one of the lowest -:

well founded. It comes rom a' reliable heard of any great public service I.. your sun tan The trousers and long life. L----; ,-1 .- ...lhen'41 ices on the marl.ct. I

source. If there is any such Intention that has been performed to help the aro slashed at the bottom with' a Chevrolet pistons, for iust.uuT, C'. ,nrnlc"*Oitnrr**ServicePcntry And liny! cost may be spread ,
f/ic ,f':lirrale [
a statewide wave of protest drought sutterers or anyone else oy : clever design of skill and daring. arc built s-o carefully, and held ti mn oicr a period uf many months .
:rr oflcrrj 1/1 lonnection
should be started at once-a wave the motor transportation lines? Yet i One's Young Hopeful, too, wears true to such close limits of prcIrilh a lotrprifcJ Car by the liberal G.M.st.C. plan. . '
t strong enough to sweep the scheme they are almost tax-exempt. No won- cotton on the beach this year. Probably ; :

into the middle ot the Gull 'or Mexico. der that the railroads are crying out I I ; he will for many a year to come ,

Let the Legislature do the best or against this ruinous competition, ana II i II when you learn that time various sun N1E\\r Ctt] >! Vm@1[ ET SEX -

the worst it can do-then adjournfor the failure of, the Federal and State ,suits available such as those of ,
two years-and let us have. peace! Governments to equalize the tax situI'I' sparKllng durene cotton are amazingly T7a<' flrrnf Antrricfin 1"rlue. :,' .
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Tampa Tribune. ation. translucent providing that I 1.
New loan prices-Chctrolrt pa Draper cm' price rantfv' from $175 to $650. Truck '
Hallway taxes during the past five young son or daughter of will
ACCIDENTS 'I yours chassis price range front $.1.;,1 to $590. All prices. o. 1>. /,'//;: ', ..Uit/n Special equipment '' A
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ANGER averaged'U,009OOO' '
years are said to have have all the sunlight possible. They .
extra IAJIC ttelirerftl price and easy tcrnt '
a day. The commercial bus are non-abrasive to the skin and delightfully

The inferiority: complex? = which ,and freight lines are meanwhile ; abbreviated. Some recently .

makes most of: us treat'. ..,other-, -.., motorists wearing out the highways as fast as viewed were baby ducke 'el1ow-an
with an assumed disdain, and they cnn be replced-replaced at thePUT adorable shade. ,

fly into a temper at the slightest conflict J.uno ; 'sPUOJI1UJn jo asuotlxa Dead white is important on tho See your denier below "

over right of way and other taxpayers. beach It 'is that which which flashes .. .
trivial things is responsible for many < ;\ d.. '
across tho water as you sail into Tunis I

automobile accidents. This is one_ ot IF COUNTRY- FOLKS STOP MOVING or Algiers. One important cotton .' CLEWISTON MOTOR COMPANY .

the findings. of the makers of Jlusco TO CITY-THEN WHAT? hoach costume combines this Algerian ; -

brake linings, who, are conducting. a white with vivid stripes reminiscent -

nation-wide survey of motoring .accident Tho growth, of the city has been of an Arab's scarf. The material ,'

conditions. ; I one of. Ufo most signifcant events in is I high; grade ,mercerized cotton in a 1 H.

"For some strange 'reason," says ]I recent American history. The, na- weave suggesting North African homo I ,_ : ::'.


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FRIDAY, JUNE 6, 31 CLEWJSTON NEWS, CLEWISTON PAGE THf';:>.
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Mr. and Mrs J. F. Tippey were dinner I: loft Thursday for Rockhill, S. C., =: :: =-::=:=:: : :.:.:c= .: : : : = ol: :==.

I : guests of Mr. and Mrs Leydig, where they will visit relatives for -a \
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( / a. Miss Marion Leydig and Mrs. Leah I "

. =-= CitaJ C ( == Spicer Friday evening. I -- I LABELLE NEWS : :; ,: -- .i :

: I I Mr.. and Mrs. E. J. Kerr,. Mrs. Cleo '. < : II
., I Troy Puryear and H. R. Hall" motored -, A. Houze, Miss :Beatrice: Ketti any I I II HOWARD : \ ''l'1 \

.Mi& L. A. Morgan, Ji.. Phone JG9 | to West Palm Beach Sunday. to' Glen Heard motored to West Palm I I I MRS. LEMUEL; Vl /. ". Tr 1:
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)I' ..:::::::- 'Il I attenO the .theater !1( Beach .Saturday night to attend the r. p = =.. : = :: :: = = :: :: =:=:= :::= :::, ..= :: : :::::::: ;::':: -=:-=- :::::: := : .e..Jll

At a meeting of tho Clowiston Gar Fairfax, 'S. C., to visit relatives. She 'theater.\ Mrs."-A. L. Taylpr will '" entertain show 'in 'FOrt- M ers Saturday Jii&ut.

den _Club held Thursday afternoon at was accompanied as far as Jacksonville ; :Mrs.! George, Albert of South Bay the Methodist Missionary Society usa Williams'' 'accompanied ..thin

tho home of Mrs. Leydig and Mrs. by Mr. Baker and Bob Hancock I was the dinner guest ol Mr. and :Mrs. A.IV' Slas: ,attended the Automobile Tuesday afternoon at her home. back .to LaBeHe" ,. .' : .

Leah Spicer tile following officers who spent several days there on j. N. White Sunday. :Insurance Association: held in Orlando Mrs.jam- Snider' of Alva- visited ;Mr.. Jack Chlalker I A.: E, :Bu'tle ;;ind a,

were elected for the ensuing year: I business.Mi's. over' the week-end. her daughter, Mrs. Kenneth Dante's. Allen. 1 Hampou' spent the past r vcokand- ;' !..
Mrs. Chairman Mrs I. land Mrs. .F.: L. Williamson lest I I in LnBelle last ". ][ end in Tampa (
Elbeit Stewart ; I week. 1, : ; vislHng!! f t i4 _
! Leah Spicer, vice chairman; and L. N.:.Smith returned home Tuesday for New York : City where!!t i Mr. and Mrs. Dick Green are visIting -I J..' G. Martin ;.mq4e. ..a "business, trip /' relatives.; ,- t ', :"-
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Mrs. J. G. Allhands 'I Sunday after week's '" 'I! they will spend the summer ;!1 In Miami and will KO from thereto to bake Port ''Monda'j' i t I' I : : tj ,'1 ,
secretary-tieas- a visit with ielatives j Mr. >.H. A, Rider and son, :J ,
urer. Refreshments of punch and!I in' Avon Paik.; I II !I' L I I!: IVoith Carolina to visit relatives. Mrs. E. M. Weekly- left LaBe4\e l 'and.Robeit ) agi ill motored to-Tam/f.41ors

cake were served to Mesdames 11. Y.'I I -- I I'I. W. W. Hooks, Tommie Hooks, Dick':1 Thursday for' Orangeburg, S. <(4. ', pa Tuesday. hn" business ',ret'.f'Aing}

Patterson, Charles Adams, Cleo A"Houze < Captain and Mrs .F. Deane ,Duff White, William. Hooks and Ralph. I! Mr. and Mrs. Barney Thomas entertained where she will visit relatives for 'the' i home Wednesday arte oon. I ti -
O'Neal motored to West Palm Beach! II
Roy Dunavrny, J: T. Chapman'returned home Friday from Chicago' at bridge in their honie Friday: summer. I. -.Mrs. Lemuel' Howard arid? 'UjuiCarolyn ?hter

ot ;Fort Myers, Fred Maxwell, E. L. and VTest 1'airn! JJeacn. 'j' j i Monday night ___ I night honoring Mr. and Mrs. Roy Leland ,Crews, visited. in Fort 'Mrrs -,. ,Mrs Lawrence Wi *\as.

btowart:: N. C. _::>totj. Neil btewait.Ludekius --- IJ | I Dunauay who left Saturday; to. make Saturday N. ., !I I Mrs. :Jimmie : 'filIIams, Mr ., 1tU.e!
Tom Dccionan, F. 'M. Mr. a iHY"I1's:: : 1\ '::"A":' Poche .motored !|, .. Troy Puryear.. and Bob Hancock i!, their home in I'ort'Iyers.. After a Mr. -Francis Fulghum of LaB lle-i 1 I!i SewelL 4 ,and daughter ]leiDds
:Wright' H. A. Betsor W. C, Worth to West Palni' Beach Saturday 'on spent Tuesday in LaBelle and Fort'r.rye number of progressions prizes were and Miss Mildred. Williams of Fort 1 J I to Tort jMyers 4'Saturday.
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J: E Beardsley.: 'W. 'T. Bailey, J.-U" 'LU i ines.--: *.-. '- & uu uuauleaii: :: .' .1 awarded' to 'Mrs. E., L. :Stewart) and Myers motored to West Palm Beach I I I i.r. R M. Cornette rooters!I toI

Allands, J. F. Tippey of West:! Palm:. ." .. ---i- ,--- MrG.., B. Rackstraw, Mrs. Dunaway{I Sunday. Mr. E. M. Cornetto accompanied -I Fort Mjers: turday on, bUSiTfJj;'s. .
Mrs. F. M. Brickey and. Norvell I I
Beach and Miss Marion Lejdig. Mr. .and Mrs Tom Shelley motored I receiving a guest prize. Attendingwere them back to LaBelle Sunday Mr. and. Mrs T. E. Miller ant son",

to West ,Palm Beach Saturday after Biickey from St Louis, Mo.! were Mr. and' Mrs Carl Berner, Mr afternoon. I Council, attended church In Felda,

Members. the Girl Scouts enjoyed -' noon guests at the Clewfston Inn Thursday and Mrs G. B. Rackstraw, Mr. and Miss !\Ia ge' Cox and Mrs Laura :Saturday) evening.Mrs. .

a swimming party on the' lake and Friday. Mrs.Tom Shelley) 'Mr.and Mrs. Fred Festines attended tIle' midnite show I. : Sam CatIonand: mothfr"iMt.! [ .

Thursday morning.: After a delightful Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Kerr left inurs- Maxwell? Mrs. E. "L. Stewart, Mrs. J. i In Fort'Myers Saturday night.J. I E M. Weekly 'TUVa.;' \u. K 'l"nnrer 1 ,

early morning swim: the girls -came day for Savannah,' Ga. {I :Mr. and Mrs.: Roy Dunaway lett T. Chapman: J. .\. Plunkett and E, A.. Davidson, Preston Davidsonand and little, daughter, Eloise even'a

ashore and cooked' breakfast each I I I.Satin day for Fort Myers where they, L. :Werner. Refreshments consisting Edward Roundtree of Metter, Ga., fewdays In Daytona Beach last week I

..... girl cooking : her own breakfast, ) G. Lawton Sims of '. Canal Point will make their home. I of a,, salad course and punch were are 'spending a few '.weeks visiting visiting friends :and relatives. ., .':-.

Those ,enjoying> this party. were Lt, was a I.JUslness'vIsitor' to Clewiston ;; :; served., relatives in LaBelle. Rev. and Mrs. John BerrY .of, sf.,
Mr. and Thomas
Mrs.'y
," Leah :Spicer) Captain. J.. u. Aiinanas, :Saturday.: were I Miss Dorothy Howard and Mrs. .Petersburg, Rev. T. Crawford 'and

f-I! Betty Spicer, "Evelyn Hare,, :Mildred visitors to West Palm Beach over Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Alston and Drew Hampton shopped In Fort My; ill'. and Mis. Gilbert of Dade.l City
I :MT. and Mrs. F.. M Wright and childion the A\eek-end, I
Ward Dorothy Hare Emma Laura daughter, Martha Nell, left today for ers Friday. were dinner guests ot Mr. and Mra.

Bethea, Mae Lijy Stone, :Mary Bush.! I I Francis and Nancy, left Tuesday Columbus; Ga., where they will visit Mrs. S. B., Cochrano and baby T. E. Miller Sunday. r
for Urbana Ill where will Mr. and Mrs J. F. returnedto
Betty Hooks, Lois Walls and Roberta they Tippey relatives. ) apent Monday in LaBelle visiting Mr. D. K. Tuttle, is expecting. kiln

Spicer, mascot for the scouts. I visit relatives for a month. West Palm Beach Saturday accompanied Mrs. Lemuel Howard. ; wife and sons of Jacksonville to..:.visil to- .
by Mr. and Mrs. J. G. All- I
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LEGAL NOTICEWOTICE Mr. and Mrs. Dennis :Small: and 1<.;. him In LaBelle June the sixth
Honoring her daughter Rhunell on I U. J. Kerr and G. B, Rackstraw hands who :were their guests! over OF :SHEKlhV'S) :) SALT:: E. Goodno of Fort Thompson spent. :Mr. Joe Murrey. L. Booth 'and
motored to West Palm Beach Satur-. the week-end. --\- '
Her seventh birthday anniversary Mrs Saturday in Fort Myers. H. A. Rider motored to l'or't'l3' l'S
.. isotico is hereby given uiat uuosr '
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Gus McGhee 'entertained a number o{; aay and by virtue of an execution issuing Mr. and Mrs. Wade Hampton and Monday on business. /
-- Dick White, T. W. McFeeters, H. '
chIldren 'Saturday afternoon at her I Ii ou.t of: and under the seal of Ute daughters, Lucille, Mable, Marie and Miss Corrine'Jones of Jacksonvillea

home. Those present were June and I .Mr. P. A. Poche, is quite ill at the-' R. Hall and Earl White motored to County Court of Ilillsborough County Billy and Council Miller spent :Sunday : former Home Economics teache'r

Willie V. Hooker, Dickie,Owen, DlcK-,I 1 hospital in West Palm Beach. West Palm,, Beach Saturday afternoonto Florida, on the 24th day of April, with Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Cowartof I of the LaBeJIe- high school, will arj -
attend the theater.Mr. 1U31, in a certain cause ot action
ie Patterson. Carolyn McDonald, J. !i therein pending wherein The bull Arcadia.Dr. j I rive Friday in LaBelle where stfe

( D. and Elbert Hooker Bernice ONeai| I I 0. L. Jeffries left Friday for his Fertilizer! Company, a corporation, I C. 'E. Weaver's sister, Mis.j II will be the guest of Mrs. A..L- Taylor
,' and Mrs C. J. Gonterman ot .,
; Carrol McDonald,. Made :Morgan, .l J'l.!I home in Columbus, Ohio. was plaintiff, and U. R. Tanner was John Stewart of Pasadena, Calif., is for _a few days. '-,
va Alston and Pat -McKJhee. I -- St. Louis Mo.,' were guests of Mr. cierenaant, 1 have levied on and will spending a few days in LaBello visiting Mr. G. W. 'Pettee and 'son', George:: ?)
and Mrs.: JI{: Mo wry, Jr., Thursdayand on .Monday, the bin day or JUlY, A '
Refreshments of ice cream and Mis. P. A. Poche spent Monday in Dr. and Mrs. Weaver. and tames and Winston Rider, v\-
D. 1931, the sales1.dy .
'I Friday of last week. same being a legal
r- cake were served. West Palm Beach going o'er.to. oe 1 and dining the legal hours or Mrs. James Heath and daughter, tored to Miami Saturday on busine.l

,,: I'I with Mr. Poche who is in the hospital I !ship! on said date, offer for sale at Patsy, have returned from '"Tallahas Guy Lynn of LaBelle spent uBth}'1

I Mrs. J. K; Movsry, jr., entertained there. J. A. Plunkett and E. L. Weines the door of the court house in Hen- see. Miss Billie Heath,' who has been visiting relatives In Lake WaleswMiss I
', \\ere visitors to West Palm Beach dry County Florida and sell to the
with a tea in her home Jb'nday afternoon attending college there returned to : Ann Erie of Greenville%- C.'>
I' highest and best bidder for cash tne '
honoring her Mrs. C. J..' over the week end. will arrive Friday in LaBelle whore!
guest Nolan B. Conner -of Foil Myers lolloping: described real property situated LaBelle with her mother. '
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4" Gonterman-and Mrs. F. M. Brickey. was a business 'visitor to Clewiston in said County of Ilendry airticescribed Mrs. C. E. Weaver, daughter Nellie she will spend a few days visitingher

r of St. Louis' Mo. Colorful flowers Monday. I I Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Storey spent :Ia; follows, to.wit: and son Billy spent Monday shoppingin sister, Mrs. R. A. Stevenson.,

were used for decorations in tne par- the week end fn Gainesville. They ine Southeast quarter of tee Fort Myers. L. O. Gravely was In Tallahassee
fcoutueast: quarter ot tne iNoriu-
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: "''" ty rooms. Mrs. Mo wry was assisted Dave Alston and Dr. Ezelle spent were accompanied home by their son east quarter of Section 35, Town- Little Carolyn Howard entertained the past week on business.

. : : in entertaining her guests by_ Mrs. J. I Thursday in West Palm Beach and Henry who will spend the vacation tb :South: of Kange 2U:: jsasr:, except a number or little mends Monday ai- John Henry Fears of }<'ortJy rs

", '... 0:'" G. Allhands and Mrs. J. R. Alston. Miami. with his parents. J one acre in' the Souurw) : st ternoon, cerebrating her first birthday was in LaBelle' business Tuesday.

,.... Mrs. D. G. Alston and Mrs. E. L. J corner, 70 yards, square, belonging Clera Davis, Roy Green, Harry Rogers
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to the Church.
.. Stewart' pouring tea. 'The invited Mack Waldron spent the weekendin 1>. G. Alston spent 'Tuesday in West1 esting to little folks were played and-I and Paul Day' oAT, Charlie
:Said: property is being sold as the
.: _. guests ; were: Mesdames Claude Gainesville visiting relatives. Palm Beach on business.J. property of U. K. Tanner, ana to ice cream and cookies served. The Chaplin in "Cityi rkbhslllotoday\ ; \ ,'

+ Downs C. W. McDonald, Louis Morgan -' satisfy the judgment and execution guests included David Poole, Billy I night at the Arcade; tpfli} {rp .JHr1'.'.r\ ';
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i-' .,r, W.. C. Hooker, W. C Hansen, LOST-one pair of glasses. Returnto C. Waldron Jr., of Gainesville, u against' said J. R. Tanner above mentioned Andrews Harold Stallings. Jacquline [I Myers. '> fOCIif '-:hU9IJ'h.1.:: f -:
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: i'. L. Williamson, H. ,A. Bestor *'. with costs.R. I )Frank Brown let kf} 1 rJ11NJ'\.Y1;
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'" A. .A. Munroe, Western Union. spending a week with his brother, Williams, Margaret Newcomb, Holly i ? l ,
r -' Deane Duff, F. M. Wright, P. A. Po- Mack Waldron, at the Watanabe HoteL H. HANCOCK, Sheriff, nun, 'j ummy uueman, iuii, dU1,11Poole j for his home iIi J?.1gur H!,jdlIi' .)
;, che, W. S. Harvell, R Y. Patterson, ,. .By N. W. HATCHER, Mrs. ComrtissionerrciFi e.l1B3Sj)\ rCrl ;
: Mrs. M. H. Gibson and children Deputy Sheriff. Mrs S. 13. Cochrane, I. :! ., 1
.,. ...'"" M. H. Gibson, J. F. Tippey of West I left Saturday for Pittsburg. Pa., having -I Jimmie Williams and Mrs W. f. Trammel Tanner lov rp./f1/ iJ1r. LIEI J J 4I
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". ''. .-. Palm Beach, B. A, Bourne and Mis:?' been 'called home, on account or}1 Miss Frances Monroe is visiting Andrews. I Tuesday on. bus' ;F!. ,,,lt 10 'f't?'1 .

(.:.. Beatrice Kettl. the death of her father. friends in Sanford. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE' Francis Fulghum and Miss' Ola Houston and Seldon .nSJe ;al'l, !arespending ..:
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V'--: -- 1 Yates of LaBelle: and Miss: Mildred the sate mj;yt}jn Labile:.,gitu ,

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,' flavor of tho plum is more (1ealr 'Dle.
ica. Nature gave her sunshine anu per acre than Missionary, In l'(;bru-I &l the, Criminal Court of Record at LEGION TO MEET TUESDAYThe '
lJWN I I Plum Olives
BllJ balmy breezes, limpid lakes aid rivers ary 7S quarts, and inprU t 6:5; quarts:I $7,200 annually. Gather meaty plums, like Abundance

1 In March the Missionary' passed the Two bills William V.a.!.
crystal ocean sands. And while by Rep. regular monthly meeting of
Japanese, Excelsior, or any ,
:f WINNING f4SSAYL4te1 the northern lands aVo deadened by I''''I Blakemore by SG quanta. It will be I bury and Senator Arthur G<>mez."ot the local post of the American Legion other plum with, thick pulp in the -, "'.1 .

the ice giant, nature gives us green noticed that the Blakemoro gave tha Key West were passed, exempting' will meet at the Clewiston Inn next' white green state, just before they

.', trees, grass and flowers. Uur winter... I I higher production _during the periodof II I toll bridges in Monroe county' from I Tuesday night at 8 o'clock it was a t- are colored. Stem and wash, and .

Theo ds arc :afire!r Internal friends visit us for the health and higher prices. state and county taxes, and allowing nounced by Commander: Owen pack in jars. Mix 1-2 gallon of coiling

tOl1G'ic-s of flames lick up the treeru&a' pleasure our natural advantages pro With Its uniformity of size, its the state road department to contract : water, 1.2 quart of, vinegar, !.-' -

t j death snaps through the tree vide. Yet we permit our ,life to be bright color and glossiness, 'as wellas with persons or corporations to build J creased demonstrations, and that ape.I pint of sugar, and 1.4 pint of salt,

tops'. \
dsaxc-ju viaws along 'sucking all life scarred with blackened 'stumps! good ship-ping berry. I Miie house passed a measure DY .who fill their demonstration'quota. When this mixture is cold pour it -

romtjie? : ,.soil Baby treeS 'die by the 'To reiterate, fire is burning the Some growers object to the light Representative ftoblneau to create' a "I over the plums. 'Seal the jars' 'and t

cm1 ion' The panic-stnclce'n quill, unable" life of the Florida soils killing baby color of the Blakemoro: however upon park and recreation: board in Miami. will During the month the campaign: I they. will be ready for use in about

to rescue ita young' .trom. this' 'trees creating idle( (land. 'It is drivingour arrival at the market this is an Upon petition of 15 per' cent; of the window be strongly supported by dealer!i 12 days.-Isabelle S. 'Thursby.THE .

'l) :rll, finally fuitters iaway and leaves gam.e} from the woods and wasting asset when compared with the dull, : qualified voters, the bill would transfer displayscampaign buttons '
Rabbits '.posBonms'coons, ana dark red; color of the Missionary.Because board Supervision wind shield suckers: special advertising -
:1h6mK! the raw materials for the wood- I i to the hands of such a

hundreds of other emalt: animals fran- using industries. It is thus loweringour of its_ promising: : behavior I. over the harks and playgrounds literature and holpful guidance

'Anallyrush abbut io escape "'the earning power and< destroying under Florida conditions thus tar, it'' of the city, with a tnomlll, .from the factory. '., ,. ,

tafi;! $,'3 until l in despair they crawl into the natural beauty of the state. The would be well for tho growers to try J, tax to the activities- for which the i! "lime and_ experience have proven i ; Y." {,e/ ::, '

holes and nro smothered. Now the tragic burning::' of the woods must out this variety. This does not mean .' city now levies slightly higher tax. l that sales are made directly in proportion -, : CLEWISTON NEWS' :'::"< I
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big &ame." such as fleer, wild cata, stop. The wasto lands must be refor that it should be a small planting I I lI lI I II to the number of convincing nev-! :,;" \ ; ,

'Cox are fcurrjiug: io the water. The ested. It is believed 'that these resultscan along with Missionary, care being I demonstrations and this fact was -, ':
CHEVROLET TO er more true than in the of"the : < PHONE339. ,
RUN case : ,
tones tall and are taken
wee1 r and young 'be accomplished by 'such means to insure fairness: in trial by 1'931 -, .
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,', ,tnn::ted to death. Fife, mans greatest as the following: using similar soil, drainage, fertilizer Chevrolet car. The smooth. six i|
'another j I cylinder power of this car. together Iw'Iih
fri&ift tifrw runs amuck, tills 1. Taxation. and cultivation. CAMPAIGN DURING '
j Its beauty of line and wide :
his thai to I range ;
belong
cC friends and all When fire guards are erected and ,
1 of selection makes
ll1 aq" trees properly planted, the State Forester I! Georgia Club To Meet1 j MONTH OF JUNEA the great American it. value unquestionably,of the t ""
At fast comes the rain: but only which 1
should certificate
give : "
: a At Fort Meade Thurs. I year Mr. Klingler said.
feia6uldering and tne
the trunks, will entitle the owner of the land to ,

blackened stumps, charred stumps, a material reduction in his taxes. The
tflfj dead' stumps remain.' Ueath marKcrjs'of certificate should be renewed after The Polk County Georgia Club will national demonstration campaignwith HINTS TO ,HOUSEWIVESPlum

watch over meet at Fort Meade Jung a goal of one million demonstrations -
: the Florida. Tragedy inspection from year to year. A substantial Thursday, ..
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'" tack. arid ground in the heat of tax might be collected when 11. This club was organized two year&j I| during the month, has been Butter

,; tea_:both 'Clay and cast no :snadows. the timoer 'is cut or Turpentined. ago Dy L. A. Morgan of Fort Meade j I mapped: out for June .by the unewo- I '

" (CTo'Ao are the wild fowl .and game; ''r. Outlawing Cattle and was made an':annual affair. All !i let Motor Company. After the juice is extracted from

: .lOil: :the \wealth of turpentine, Umber So long as the cattleman is per Georgians are considered ,member The campaign Is inline with Che\ro the plums, the pulp remaining may II r ,

and. fuel; destroyed'I, the_ 'God.given mitted to think lie has the inalienable of'this club and are invited' to attend let's previously expressed opinion be run through a Oliver! fruit press, .
" n4pring that the potential buying capacity ot or coarse strainer and made into
': ceYvtyrybid humus of the soil and all right to graze his cattle 'overland dinner with them. i:' a .ap90wE'ABIC' ;

,::;, bemuse x>t some ona's negligent mis- which he closs 'not own and upon, The dinner' '. ,will be' spread on one I ale country is unimpaired ami requires delicious butter. Measure this pulp '' ii

u't e'""gf man's great trl nd .'ltlr ". which he 'pays no taxes. so long as table 'in the regular: old fashioned oifly ;intensive sales effort to and add 2he: measure of sugar.
'-' develop a satisfactory volume, 'according Add cinnamon cloves, and allspice if
More\ game is burned to death yearFlorida he is possessed 'with the mistaken Georgia picnic style, giving every o'lie
to II. J. Klingler, vice.president desired, although the natural. piquant r.
killed Bunt
by attending to
Is an opportunity
';:' ly m than idea that lie must burn the woods to I enjoy a '
:: crs':" The: purity and supply1' of our obtain fodderrfor his cattle, Just so ; real Georgia' picnic and dinner. The and general sales manager. -

wr.fyyr depends upon the, forests which long will the Florida Tragedy contin; several The past four months for which I ,
'r sti Most registration figures are complete r&.iZJMkiMi aaMEfCLEWISTON
;;:-1: Buq .tt the springs and earns. ue. To correct the erroneous ideas of. I
;. of'our hcynes and lie furnishings I these otherwise excellent citizens is hams and will have them boiled :and show that Chevrolet sixes have led I FOLKS '
k< and nttracttye added to the table the domestic car market.
t whimake them comfortable a Herculean task. But to make ul of every one i : .
bf'firood.Truly the spreading dinner. Corn will bo boiled During the month of June, everyone "
; are made illegal for a man's cattle to graze on : ;
: '; Tree oC the field( is: man's tire' the lands of another without that in the bam juices and will also be of the i5OUl! ) Chevrolet dealers.I i THE HOTEL TA-MIAMI
,sales and salesmen will be
managers
;: IDeut. IK, ly). other's consent would enable the real furnished for the dinner. Congressman '

":' 'Each year there are 16,000 erup- owners and 'taxpayers 'of the State to Drane will be the speaker for required to fill an assigned quota ot ; Miami, FloridaWELCOMES -

':. tlo&5 in the terrible- Florida Trgedy; protect their 'timber. the day, so every Georgian wishingto demonstration, appraisals and sales > ':-
The campaign Is unique In that the ,.- ( ".-
.;,.: 15,000_ holocausts of destruction, 58OOP.OOO ,- 3. The Women's Clubs. the Garden enjoy a real picnic should attend YOU

:,' of loss.; millions ot acres,1' Clubs, 'the Schools and the neWspapers tho meeting, by not doing 'so you are objective is directly aimed at, in-

:> bliiC Sufficient timber is wasted -| continue and surd to miss a real treat. ,
li.ene should enlargetheir The most perfectly
ventilated
hotel
.. six in the south
each year to build 1000,000 I campaigns oC education about

-. loom, houses. Tho State losses, are forestry. Flood Control District 666LIQUID Storage
space across street
': tom3 '400,000 yearly since taxes are 4. Tha' Legislature should give the European plan
I Sends Check To Govt.A .
not, paid on most wasto lands. ? State Forestry Department adequate OR TABLETS

: .' When our Forestry Department funds and personnel for its work. Relieves a Headache or Neuralgia In
...... check for $50,000 was forwarded
starred work. It met with many ob-' 0.; Cy education, prizes, etc. encourage 30 minutes, checks a Cold the first
had.1' by the Okeechobee Flood Control 1)13-)
". it ties The old cattlemen- who the Scout organizations, civic day, and checks Malaria !in three days
=' 'rict this week to the office of Lt.
7 bumped the woods for many years I' ciUl, and private individuals to set ', 666 SALVE FOR BABY'S COLD
I Colonel L. V. Frazier District engineer F
:' saw"= no reason to stop. It will take aidc tracts of land where small
; educatIon. them that i at Jacksonville as the last Installment I eau
: to teach
'f years ot acreages 'may be reforested as_ \- I
;, lulls the most tag| of the 200,000(} payment due i il := = '
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coinual} burning air, ;es of replanting and protective i : : .:: = =
t to the Federal Government June GL ,
wllat by '
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vorjble range grasses methods for the various communities. :: ,

oatf t. marsh grass and switch cane. Let us prove that 1930 was the dan- 1, 1931. This $200.000 is the first oJ d'' I If ':i 1,:>:' '
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three payments on the $2,000,000 '
TheSe are the shallow-looted grasses ger line; let us make 1950 the goal "
share of the District the $9,000,000 S { : ,
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vl gh best serve as winter foods. The By united and intelligent effort 1950 : J7. "
com e- deep-rooted. Ytorthlosa wiro will be "Finis" project for flood control and naviga ; "
tho of the Florida A HOME AWAY
1os'L&\ FROM
gr9 one survives tho fires. Everyone Tragedy. New and well kept forestsan tion. : I HOME, jj
According to the terms of agreement
_her) now sees the scrawny cat- ever expanding natural wealth;

:. tie wandering over the burned ground an advanced appreciation' o'r beauty between the United States "Government -'

m_search of the old range grass. Bo( in trees and flowers; a statewide de- and tho Flood Control Dis .

cejtjjiries. ago spoke the Jfrophet; I vclopmont of soul. For- trlct, an additional payment must ,be I Youg T OUL it TO- EIr"
perplexed made by the District before June i,,
"iffe herds of cattle are <
11IJc I As grows tho pine tree clean and
,! e they havo no pasture". (Joel straight 19o 2, amounting to 700000. The -final THE CLEWISTONLAUNDRY 8 TRY OUR SUNDAY
': l f payment must be made before I DINNERS
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June 1. 1033 and will amount to1: ,- '
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Tragedy strangling -John Bills Sanford, Fla.
100,000. In the meantime. as tho work
our Jfreat naval store Industry. in Fussing and letting about allY
on the project progresses, the govern ..
19oJ' the production ot turpentine ana ULAICLMORE BERRY
ment will make available ,its.piopor- poor laundryoik: : that you happen
lo jjp. was 1,222,000 Barrels, iu. 1926, PROVES PROFITABLE
You:
hut OOOIO" barrels, Turpentine men donate share of the cost of the work to be getting, will not help matters. can get a room and board at our hotel that

The project combines two major 'The thing to do is to "light about
get; 28 cups to the acre: when they (ContlnuetJ from pane "H | '
features, that of flood control .and will make feel i iB
'\'o.W. get 100 if there wore no tires.Iagilty face" and change to our service. I] you at home 0
I the one of navigation: Tho work Involves A:
years ago ia tho Landes disC texture firm, slightly less acId than Wearing the laundry, that comes
the deepening ,of certain :channels ;
triet > France, cg/etul methods or Missionary, and chips well. in the back fiom this shop will put you in
east and west of Lake Okeecho-
tu'Un1 g and fire prevention, weroititr Plant City area it comes into bearing
'' coast haiTjry frame of mind.
II Dee, to provide a coast ,to waterway a
need. Today that industry, ape- about -a, week beforo Missionary.
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dikesor
and the construction of
rat,9. over an area of only ,UOOOOUcr Biakaraaro ''fruit 'Is more easily ,
? : *, ;supports 1,4.01t.UOO) people aat picked, ttua to its tender stems and ,is levees on the northern and southern CLEWISTON -' '
shores of the Lake.
Blares; are a basic commodity, more readily washed free of sand 'due Inc.EL CLEVVISTOM'S POPULAR
Kepjilr the damage from the FloridaTrajjgjady to (Is' glossy'fiurtace. LAUNDRY HOTEL\t
and 1)afotln Bill Is ApprovedTo PASO AVE. SAN BOt'UTA ST.
prosperityvill
During: tho put sowon! many Knot f 8 :
.ti! for many timed per present' ty misshaped barrtaa were found ou Abolish Town O.EWTON JT FLORIDA

pOP, l tion. 1' dUB'to
the.'MLwdonary: faulty pollination.
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,To' our citrus industry second 'On'IT .' This condition tray doss preva.. TALUA1IASSEE, Fla., June 1.At rt
to &at of California: tiro la a. great 'tent on. Blakomoro as wu als the the regular local bill session tonight 5

naildtca'p., Continuous turning has flc -uumJWr of cr&ckod and faulty berries tna'-fi ,use passed_ a Dill to abolish the .,. "

PrCged the soil ot:ita fertility. Thou immodialelf following( fcrf7 rtfoir. toWn of South Mlamij 1 introduced tonight : I MRS. CLAUDE DOWNS, Manager

I' atida:of! acres ';'are not suitable for The m&kemdrfi ,out>'Wfd64 the 'Mis- rby Representative J. Waiter C. E. STEBEL I

I' planting because they UTe been tfoury on the fcf I o**4A of'the ittrwberrr 'Kehde of Dade county' Dealer In I IGENERAL
hit nod.. Woods often I Ig"m ,
; fires burn tttothomselvea.
tbomtorr during the past season The bin provides for the propertyof I

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l m n dJ many Vexes and KM wood lathe whioh. meant an .lccea a4 income or I the county. REFRIGERATORS : :

1 1 :'tt n't'scnrce prices or ouch boxes 66.T3 par acre at tha prevailing"pried The senate passed a house bill ,in- '

i ar : Increasing ':1 *,'ttt ''JattaaY/ said I gftlketxtito'''ttddiiee'd toy' tfiff 'fh'fed"'Dade 'prese i. RADIOS & SUPPLIES'P I 1

[ Forf"Is% '(no :PIrtferoumi! 6t :Arafrr-, ytMdt'u.a l"rU8, .'t1$. "char 'tatlvca 'to fix the salary of (Elio jud'go hdk'H I 1111111


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