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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 12, 1931
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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VOLUME: 5-NO. 25 CLE W1S TON. FLORIDA FRIDAY JUNE l 12. 1931 .' PRICE 5 CENTS "

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fH yl STARS AND STRIPES OF OLD GLORY 1, Here Is That "Yodeling" Dog + \ NAME OF! STATE LEGISLATURE.



ill WILL BE 154 YEARS OLD SUNDAY I CHANGER. .... AFTER INVESTIGATION- [ !,


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Are Cited By The June 7 ....................'85 64 June 1 :?.?....,........;-:... 16.4 16.4 After A Visit. ToChattahoochee. .

.- Historians. Juno 2 ............? 91 .W) June 2 ;:...:..;;.......,....... 16.4 16.bI I i

"' "' \ June 3 .....:. ;;.;.... 88, }63 June 3 ............,..:.:........:.. 16.5 16.4 ";'', .

June. 14. 'Flag: .Day, will his di June 4 ...'.'......... 9' 74" ',' f June'4' :...:....:..:)..........:.. 16.3 16.3 \ .

rect. the': year, June f 5), :............. 86 t V2 it June '5 ................; ...... 16.3: 16.4 "Lea's Lunacies" .is a unique' 'column .

thoughts. of every. well\ good 'June 6 ........,...._ 85 59 June 6 ..,............?.,..?. 16.5 16.4 in tho Tallahassee Democrat; ..
American to the future as' to '
i as June 7 ..,...., ..... 87. 55 June 7 16.4 16.4 ana the following Is a most "unique"
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the past.. The patriotic citizen will '
presentation therein
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reminded that Juno :14, 1931, 'marks '
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;:}t E. Clay Lewis, speaker tho
of
0 tho 154th :anniversary' .of the day Cost Of Legislature { b7. .,' 'f.,-. IX, .",{ ll Gov. Carlton Raises Rouse selected
> me ,as
a suitable person
when.V the Continental( Congress Placed At \\ '>; ;
: ) $200,000TALLAHASSEE.Tho ;':(,::\''>'' /'>" ii t Pay For Constables to. Inspect the lunatic, syium at ,
.::_ ', assed'tre. olutfon officially es ig; :! *h }
t'/.. tablishing", as' 'tho, emblem oC the I __ V -1 .
: 23rd regular V Gov. Doyle E. Carlton would feel more at home than'any ;'i' .
has
,signeda
f t.i :'.United Statcs, a flago/f. thirteen CO-day session of' the Florida' legislature This is "Vasco," the rare bush dog from Brazil, Just acquired by the bill which will constables'fees other'mcmber. and, In' addition to being ....; 4
, : <;:.stripes alternate ,red and white," and I Now _York Zoological society. News dispatches said he. ".v deled." Really,' he place honored with
which ended at, 12:38 a. m. the appointment I
c"that. .the union bo 13 stars white In has a cry like a bird's. His legs and ears are short, his body relatively long on the same basis as fees paid
last. Saturday and which Governor to deputy sheriffs was doubly honored by being selected
Dade
and he weighs: fifteen pounds. county cm
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blue
a field'. lepresenting: a new. .con. Carlton tremed "a liability rather ,_", stables were informed last Monday.. as Chairman and' in this column ..-

A V :stellation. than an asset to the state" cost approximately Constable Elmer 1 am going to make my report: : '
But' ,execy patrio will: ,also .1 look for 200000. CASE LASTS THREE JUDGES FOR MODEL F. Kennedy I abouta Dear Clay: "I understand that It is ;:
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ward'.t u'ext.- yearrhen; :year ago filed a test suit for payment .
,.Flag, Day my duty ,as chairman
said of
State Treasurer W. V. Knott the bughouse 7'

;.. 'ri !us will, oneof taIaVon.tho'a:f key still" -deeper days,,in meaning the tenmonths' Saturday the session's amounted expenses,to $195,288.08' up to noon and DAYS IN J. ,P. COURT I COACH ARE'NAMED as the! those of back paid fees deputies on the but same lost basis In t you and committee the house,to of make the a findings report to of V

nationwide"celebration of *. .. Supreme court. Only Dade and ...
that all bills had not been. paid. He I .o." HillsDorough I'the Chattahoochee committee. We,
county constables failed
:t r the Two Hundredth Anniversary. ,said the total cost would approximate Lawyers Argue For Dif-I Jacksonville Men To Aid to receive a raise in fees of approximately I the following committee composed _.. _. .: ,.
i tho Elit! of'Jtorge: Washington. According $200,000. of the following me bers_Dan Chap- /

s I". to the( plans of the- United Expenses of the house of representatives -' ferent Things; Each I. In Rating Florida sheriTfs 100 per cent authorized for pet of Dado; Velma. Keen ot.Sarasota -
by act of the 192y I .
States "George. Washington Uicenten- membersand I legislature ; J. L. Kelly ,of Amelias; and J.. ...'
salaries of .
including
V Succeeds.Last BoysEntries.; .
amending .-
a previous act setting such
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vial Commission, American: in Edwin Larson
every items of Clay beg to leave to .
attaches, printing, other sj-&J
fees he
said.Cqnstables .
every state, and city of the country, totaled 110.697.52.. Total expensesof I V JAcIisTIL I report after this fashion. We, found .>
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hereafter
Friday night marked SpecIal-preI-) will
the end receive '
will then be encouraged to honer the The .I .r : the place after an extended tour or V i
$84,590.56.
flag with appropriate ceremonies and the senate were of a cauie, being tride before Judge nrations were being! completed here $2 for service of :warrants instead ot Alafiama and
Georgia. Velma Keen
house had, 95 members and a maxi- Jaui this wcck for the of all the :$1, and ?1 when .
with a' new devotion, linked as it is had Beam which started on weonesj udglng prisoners are coni-I was sober when '-we' left Tallahassee V :"
attaches. senate
of 135 The
mum j day night. In the case G. Hines miniaturejvNapoleonlc coach models mited to Jail instead of 50 .
was cents.
with, the lift.* and labors of George of 192'I I I The bug house at Chattahoochee is : .-
38 members and
i a maxmum he defendant and Mrs. E. A. Schultz which boys throughout Florida have Mileage rates paid also are Increased run In '. '
Washington. 1 I
I j many respects similar to the V VV,
attaches. hfi plaintiff. been 'constructing in competition for to 12 ].,2 cents a mile instead of 10 -
Historians legislature The heads '
may regard as unsupported V of this Institution ,':
Accordin to testimony for the defendant the four university scholarships and cents.
and the
by fact the story of Betsy, committee, on finance
floss' Btit hinsthe First American CANE BREAKERS Mrs. Schultz came to his 1)80) other awards offered by the Fisher and taxation are.more...interested J 4 .

Flag, but no' one disputes the fact house to collect the rent; from his Body Craftsman's Guild. GAS TAX BILL WILL lu new, sources of revenue 'than all VV ,'J..

that the )legend has become part and LAKE "Ife There was a misunderstanding All tlio 1 "'bop "tn" Florida who' are other subjects. ;.,J "

J parcel of American folklore In' any LOSE TO FAST as to the amount of therent, Mrs. entering models in the competitionare I The asylum is divided up Into .' :

I case it is known that Washington' had S"hultz saying nine dollars and jMrslines to ',bring. ,. feud their coaches to INCREASE COUNTY wards similar? to the committee' ,. ':"'-;

1 an intense personal interest in thef PLACID TEAM SUN. saying four dollars and fifty the DslieCv Brothers rr Storage Company rooms in the house, and the occupants ', V

f F ::. creation of a national:; flag, and may ents was due. When the four dollars 2G'Jiver.ide: Avenue, Jacksonville REVENUE $73,000 of the wards congregate ana .' ;'f;:

; ( have: had 'a part in Its design. And no and fifty cents was offered to Mrs beiWert/ndw? : and July I, This talk, r cad, smoke, cuss and kill \ ime .. ,::
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\ I Schultz she refused it stating that comp nY.l.twm,sact t.;as.'custodian of I very similar to th .m"eet., V
,: one disputes the fact that he accomplished Display Worst Playing I : -- ---'- $. committee .

, ,' more. than any= other Amorican -, she would have the nine dollars or the mod ;,*S tilvhAstate J exhibition Under Present Law Our I nThd' ;. V-T-T'" :.C ( : '. <. );::'

In giving that flag a meaning and Of Season. ; Show Very nothing' then followed a general dlsMirbnnce and jtfc@ttfi! :\tyhlch. will. take place number' or'altaches -'. about. '

") in uufufrling; it over'a strong and Little Interest. in the house. here ih-. *'},fevSjr ife; ", '.. *v A -r. ; -', a. County. Receives.. Only. the same in both 'places,' exbl' I believe V. '. ? :

*Int: rl nation In 1932. it will be the After Introducing receipts, showingthe fi he cjlKlgttig, and exhibit of r"coachesvill t '::5 .. J'' BO.oq.' Y rlyt": ,1"' ] [ the senate has a few more.:One *.;4' :'.:'. _,,:,
I e -
. ouJ1tj.i pivlle to 'render( new.Jion- a"Ii : rent paid .,from:December .10", ly o.. \ bQ fi4j Wii i L'hambel' b Koia'&ssjfesmffi ., ,:, -tuhig W(}'.,noticed. In Chattahoochee, l :i' ,;. .'"-. :'; ':'J;;
tj ? might hageibeen a .bright July ,- -- :" : :
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: : j; : to Jiiiie' 'L, ]931': "'the defendant : '.... ..: .lwhicli: v .
.. ors fo George; Washington's memory, sun shining on white sand 'and spark- d admit.ted : ma'here: t1i s. veni J.; ..-J reallocation'biU -i ._....J -. p vomeutover:l ''al1ai'.i","......). :: :
The
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owing the plaintiff four dollars i location nesasoline tax hasseo, they 'take nT'hTud f''"":' .
and new loyalty tothis immortal ient has facilities for displaying speakers ';
ling lakes it was the bade:
or maybe offered last ,
in senate Week
". symbol of his greatness. and fifty cents. the, boys' models to. the best by]f I and put them in a ,ward to them-
of vari-colored flOwers -
';:J.! !Meanwhile, this year it is well to ground that gorgeous adorns the club groundsof ., W. W. Preston, attorney for the de- advantage, and also has ample room Senators Butler and Hodges aims to II f i' selves.. We recommend the adoption
relieve
fendant, seemed to be arguing that taxes on real estate and per. of this rule in the interest of econo-
;: recall some of the great dates in the this beautiful. little Florida town | to accommodate the throngs which sonal ;
properties and this
flag's history Its first display' by the Placid the hills- and I the four dollars and fifty cents was talc judging will attract. All are wel- measure as my.
of Lake among ( sanctioned the
by Governor Is said to
J j all rent due the plaintiff while Col i The per capita cost per member ot '
Continental l August 3 come to come.
c Army was on It could have been'[
orange groves. stand
I B.. A. Bales, for Mrs. Schultz, good chance of proving success1ful I Chattahoochee is 98 cents per day, : (
j counsel it
1 f-fi:i 1777, at Port Stanwix, the present the bevy of pretty, girls that worked I was also announced this week amendment to the plan which I : 3
!: city of Rome, N., Y.,' during an attack so hard and cheered so lustily for I| argued for possession of the house. I that the iwo local judges of the coach deadlocked legislature I making an average cost per annum ,:
I After hearing several witnessestestify by open split of about $300.00. same as paid the
?f models had been
: br he British. It was first car- their heroes. appointed Ihey are
%/: ; 1 -1 But whalever the reason it was ample and the testimony being the I! '\'. 11.Iarr, Scout Executive, and bewteen large and small county men. i j members of the legislature.
It is considered
most
Washingtons same Mr. Preston arrested the case, likely that i The standing of a member of
/ ]Luslio F Sykes, Manual Training In-
I'
t ] to cause our Clewislon Cane in''
nothing else will be disposed of
t timber 11. 1777. It was first saluted Breakers to uncork their worst game I Judge Deam, after hearing the closing -I I. sructor. These two judges, sitting the extra session until this matter ; either discharge place in his is home the communityafter '
about
y:, by the British at the surrender of (of the season and go down in defeat j'I arguments, gave the defendant with a third judge from Guild head- has been settled the same-
i I as bill now appears very little difference.
r HurgO'l1frit Saratoga on October 17, 1 before the Lake Placid Hill Climbcrr. the four dollars and fifty cents rent 1!!! qtiaitcrsUI1 judge all the coaches
and pending several anticipated A straw vote taken for Governor .
c' 1777.. Sunday by the one-sided score 'ot ten'to while judgment for possession of the which have been constructed in Flor '
minor amendments three cents ot
indicated that'John E. Mathews was
For the !Navy John Paul Jones took i three. house was given to Mrs. Schutz. ida. Their finding will select two boysto I
the six
cent
gasoline tax' will to
go In the lead with Peter 0. Knight, sec.
,',;;. tile' first salute to the Stars' and True Manager Butler started the The following acted as witnessesin go to Detroit as representatives ol the State Road Department as was ond.

Stripes on February II, 1778: when game i ihe with a badly patched line-up, the case: Mrs. G. Hines, Mrs. Bob the state at the first annual convention provided in the original bill. Instead Some -
,"'J of the members at Ciiatta-
k : sailed! his ship "Ranger" into the _1 being without the services of his p Eaton, Mrs. Tidwell, Mrs. Olsen, Miss of the Guild-there to _competefor of sending the other three cents hoochee are in pretty bad shape mentally .

:.' harbor of Qulberon, France. In the I regular! catcher, second and thirds, Louise Hines and Bill Hines. the four unlversit ;yscholarshipsfor equally; to all counties one cpnt wiU they will admit being from

':same ship he forced the first striking 1 baseman and one out fielder and was the four university scholarships be returned on the basis a county's Georgia.

:; of colors to our Flag by the British 1 forced to use three of his pitchers in In the United States Army there make the distribution of the numerous population bears to the entire population One member asked Dan: ChapP i1

ship "Drake" on April 24, 1778. The utility roles, but even at that with a are more than 4,000 enlisted Negroes. stale cash awards. ] of the state. The second cent what his racket was and Dan .told

ship "Bedford," of Massachusetts three run lead in the first inning behind -
on the basis a county's area bears to him that ho was a member of the

:: carried: the first American Flag into 1 the brand of pitching that Lefty GOVERNOR CARLTON CALLS STATE the entire area of the state and the legislature and the nut replied
, a British port on February 3, 1783.r' Haler'was dishing out, there. was no third cent on the basis of a county's don't mean Dan.) :'You can get wen
It first carried round the world reason on earth why our Cane Breakers -
was contribution to the existing state of that I the of
thought I was king
ak' by the ship "Columbia," sailing from I should have lost that ball game. TAX PROBLEM J RACTICAL. PROBLEMSums l board system, this being ,the proceedsof England. when they brought me here."

);. in 1787. Captain Aside from tho bnlhaut pitching
)Boston September,
': county bond funds turned over to When we got back to the legislature ....
'f..: John Greene, In the "Empress of China : o[ IJal'-er who went seven innings attic the slate road department plus the we encountered' a heated argu-

," had previously taken it to Chi-, the relief redeeming work: of Pete Wilson there Up Finance And Tax Problems For Legislators value of construction by county on I j I ment between Pete Robineau, chair
features from
was no a
.' na In 1781. state road system. The effect to man of the Andy and Amos Investigating -
It was first flown] in battle in the1Pacific !i Clowiston standpoint. Our boys were In Executive. Call For Extra counties will be the difference between 1 committiee and Tom Watson,'

: by the U. S. Frigate "Essex" I! completely dead on their feet ana Session Of total received from this plan as o whether or not the house would
Legislature.
in 1813. The next year Francis Scott played more like a team of girl scouts of distribution and present two and I authorize Amos and Andy committeeto

;- Key wrote the Star Spangled Rainier. from Liberty Point meeting Bare one-third cent basis of distribution to employ a bank analyst to figure

In 1818 Congress decreed that Beach at a Sunday School picnic, While Florida's legislators enjoyed study. counties for road and bridge bond in-I out Tom's evidence. Tom sam ho did '

: henceforth should bf add-1 than like a real ball club, that has a three-day recess after'closing ][ .
a new star Against this were the general appropriations debtedness. not understand it. Robineau objectedon

oil(1 on the admission of. each new been setting the woods afirefor' tIle a turbulent GO-day session and formally 1 bill calling for approximately Under the provisions of the new the ground that Tom was fishing

State to the Union; but, before that, I past few weeks. opening a 20.day extra session, '' 14.000000 for operating expenses bill Hendry: county would receive approximately in a hole that lIe did not know was

on January 13, 1791, after Vermontand Clewiston got the jump in the very Governor Doyle E. Carlton issued a! of the biennium and the $?,-!, ninety one thousand dollars inhabited with fish and that the state

Kentucky had 'been' admitted to first inning when with one down Pete statement calling the 'stat 'c; finance'i I: 500,000 school appropriation paused j ji ,I as against eighteen thousand was paying for the fishing tackle.

the Union, the stars and stripes were Wilson doubled and scored a moment V and taxation problem a practical onea by both houses during the regular now accruing yearly.I So far but little The house voted with Robineau to

-, increased to fifteen. The 181S Act reduced later on Baker's- triple to deep lotto problem which is economic not i .sessIon. information has been afforded residents stop Tom's fishing! at state expense,

Die) stripes to thirteen and de Baker scored on McFeeters'% single to political. I In his prepared 'statement Governor of the smaller counties as to and immediately Robineau comes in

". creed a new star for each new tate,;, center. Speedy went to second on The problem was summed up for I Carlton said tho problem is "far fairness of a bill that would give with a report that he wants to con

which made a Jump at once to twenty Hooks' single, to third on force out the legislators by the chief executive I too serious to permit the personal ors I them more than they paid in because tinue this fishing for evidence, but

Mars.' I and score the third and last run ol in his call for tho extraordinary session -s j political ambitions to interfere wills of debts they incurred in helping to what he was objecting to was having -
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On April 6, 1909, Admiral Peary : the afternoon for the Cane Breakers ,, which he limited to consideration I Improvements which are needed, if build and maintain the statewide road I Tom tell him which hole to fish

planted the first American flag"nt on a bad throw from catcher. of state, county and municipal the state, its people and its enterprises system and that would ake something In. The house voted to let Robineau

a the! Norh Pole. Within the last ciejrnde. [ i! Lake Placid got one in the third finance and taxation questions. I'[I _are to prosper.!r 1 from the larger counties for cast a few times at state expenses.
iu I I when Shaipless got life short's I
Admiral Bprd has carried it to on Ho Raid real estate should be relieved Calling for a spirit of operation I this purpose., By the provisions ot Then I found on my desk a petition

VV V }both the Poles. i| error, went to second on a passed of excessive taxation, schools:I among legislators during the special j i the bill contributions made by small loft -there b)' C. E. Street'' of Bradcn-

,..,. Wherever it has gone It has meant: ball and scored on Guthrie's wlldtln'ow should be given funds to back up ap i session, the governor said the whole counties would over a period of time men asking that this legislature makes
to third Again in the sixth '
achievement .and 'new honor/ to our propriations already made to insurea I; problem is "predicated on the three be returned to them and when the no laws in regard to tho canning industry -

"w.tfon. But next year Old Glory will I when Flavis walked, went to second standard eight months' term in all ( principal faults of the tax structure- bonds of this class were paid off this as the hot air will explode the

float over lip( achievements of the!\I on Guthrie's"wild throw and counties, new sources of revenue, considered faults because they, affect,,' source" of revenue would be used by cans. .

freatesf .A erican of all, the man']J Jc ; Three scored when Thomas singled to right. should be uncovered, and all axable., the commercial standing of this state. tIle state in completion of first, second After Robineau, 'Watson. Rogers

V '"ho marie bot'i the flag and the nation in the sevent-Mathls doubles propery-real and personal, tangible The overburdening of real estate Is and third designation' highways and Sapp got through speaking and.
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i. that to start the inning and scbred when and intangible-should be placed on' far reaching in itself. It not only destroys within the county. Many legislatorsseem Solomon 'Moon' refused to talk, the

:: V V '. .Washington--- Pete Wilson let Storey's throw'get the tax books and made to pay its I tho most valuable commodity to be recognizing unfairness of committee voted unanimously to consolidate

QUAKE CAUSES MORE OIL through him on Sharpless' 'infield tap. share of the burden. I we possess but it-likewise defeats the present plan of distribution hereto the two insitutions under the

Shin'pleas stole second"while Roberta As the extra session was formally collection jsf sufficient funds to operate fore not understood and that the firm .name' as "Talla H ochec."
was fanning. Bates took first onhooks' opened and 'then recessed for three I
Since the the various duties placed on many smaller counties who bondedheavily
recent
earthquake in I
Mexico," the Vera Cruz oil Held operators 1 and Bates fumble and both Sharplessi days, revenue bills designed to bringin | government. The oxceffcivo taxation for the good of Florida's U. S. HAS MANY STATIONS,
scored
on McCauley's three a total ,of $$21,000,0 during the: of real estate works a complete harm highway system should be enabled ,
i __ report an Increased production ply smash to left. Here I
of 5 jA'tJo per cent from some of the] in effort Manager Butler next two years wore introduced and extending from city business proper- to clear their obligations., .\ Almost one-half of the world's 1.40ij
an to steady
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badly placed on senate and house calendarsor i ty on down through the various The "'01mlq nf bond funds turned broadcasting stations arc located; t inho

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'F.c..t: IV S CDE.rVISTOfVEl.flS, rLE'f"fT0FlJOH1DA FRIDAY, JUNE 12, 1931
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f < gone normal improvements in manufacturing form for motor vehicle taxes was sponsibility for ,a tw'cnty' million clot-!i --. .. ,. -'---::-. ., J
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THE CLEWISTON NEWS methods, scientific design adopted. It is intended to halt the mar firm in his personal charge anu + (

i ( anti jointing. These pipes laid in ubiuv:: tide of luxation ana prevent told to mako it profitable. ri [ j
TOPNOTCHERS
." Published every Friday In Clewl t n.fi t bJIKEJ. l
):' Florida, by THE CLEWISTON countless cities 'from fifty to a hun the diversion of revenues to other He has proceeded cautiously, con- i : J

dred years ago have long ago paid man luau purposes. It recommends suited advisors at every step and the
> NEWS, INC.
for themselves and are now rendering. that taxes be confined to, the equivalent recent grinding season was pro- rti.r .
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;. .;, Entered as second class matter, February their vital and uncomplaining ser- ot: a property tax, as expressed!:! nounced a financial success. For a r

\. ,' 1, 1927, at the Post Office at vice without expense. in registration ices, and a tax upon year tho group interested in reorganization ,

'' ;; : Clewiston, Florida, under the Act of Would there were more things' like fuel. It would have the impositionand hag been at work.: Their principal i

". March 3, 1897. cast iron pipes in modern life. collection of these ta .e* 'in moved ] ; object was to secure underwrlt-., .

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" ,1 in one ,agency that of the state. Ing of the five million dollars needed :
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A Newspaper devoted to the Best Interests ,
WHAT IS ELEGANCE? It advises the placing of the revenuein to insure tho company's financial
:; ;: ;' of Hendry County, Florida.! :\ f' :1 1// /
i ; one special state fund to be expended stability. This has been accomplished

I' i"- : Its Leading Newspaper.: I for the creation' and maintenance (Y/ INr '1 '
___ Ten years ago it was customary: to according to latests advices and only '

; -.. Sub crltton Rate. ........ $2.00 per year II speak of the well-dressed woman as j of trunk line facilities in rural the court's approval awaits transferof G / 1lr

,' Outside of State of Florida ...... $2.50 and urban areas. These taxes. It
',. chic. Five years ago the proper wordto the concorn from the old to Its new r c t II
:i-: ---__-._" I feels should be levied with duo re- .
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use was "smart. At the present { owners. r.fr III
rates furnished on appli
Advertising I I
1' ., moment the most-used expression is I Bard to the ability of the owner to Millions\ of acres of now waste- lana
cation.
:: :'. thero pay. as well as to the equitable distribution become the i
"becoming. Evidently are potentially profitable moment Q
ij: : Business Office, Clewiston News tr
Clewiston Florida. Editorial ana Advertising fashions in words as well as clothes. of the cost in relation to the reorganization is successfully
t'. t
.: same. Looking Into the future, Ethel Holland I tho benefits. realized.. Farseeing capitalists r r rv

;' Telephone 339A Little, fashion editor of the These are certainly reasonable have not waited for the reorganization r rl

,'' : WomaiTs Home Companion predicts recommendations. The associationdoes to take place., There luve been
,
that the next word to be used for not oppose taxation. Tho motor- rumors for some time that Cuban in !
GOOD OFFICIAL f t
characterizing the smart woman will ist expects that But ho also expects terests. headed by a large New YorK v : Rr R

be "elegant" That word, she says and Is commencing to demand just bank had secured options on several

t Clewiston has a {firm square and sums up 'what will be required of the treatment. Advantage is being! taken hundred thousand acres of Ever- ._ 1I timE-MACK StARIEO>"NISQIIii'! ,i;+us ;

honest officeholder right here at American woman five years hence. of his good fellowship and he is be- glades land similar to that used by '- 'F,4 (ASEIL1 AS MAti'.GER m E.wi2(far tlS

.home. In an interview with this man ing loaded too heavily. He will car- rq I ot.' Wry i1H Plff's6Vr\AATiOHAL5\ rn 1l-94
Elegance; Mrs. Little explains, the Southern Sugar Company for L II ''41J WHit fl1tl t/R4H J 95'td896/ '

several days ago we learned that he does not, mean frippery. Rather it ry his share 'willingly but will rise cane growing.., The differential caused iit JOINED 17+lf QHILAOfPNiAAMERICANSiw

believed in giving everyone a fair expresses a superlatively mart sim- up and fight if, he i is made, the goatof by the. tariff may induce' these inter U 17VORUf C'iW1PIOIlSHtPSI 1901. !
chance and let justice ahead of 110
come plicity. It has to do with well-con an Inequitable and unfair tax sys cats to transfer their_ operations. to CORNELIUSM L yin c.f WlQ I9M](", 1915,
.y, all regardless of the character of the GILUCUDDY] 1919u 1930. i iMERCAM
: tern The Florida legislature should
structed the
lines in clothes and carriage Everglades, bringing, millions in
v.tIt ( UAW? PEJUW4T

''::1 person before him. I with beautiful materials, with please note.-Miami Herald. capital Investment and a payroll exceeding itt1f I 1901" 190i t

-l' '. This officeholder''' made the follow- t9 "IIt9131429; M4((930.
1 subtly blended 'colors, with all those an3other single industry of L -
;..': .in!; statement: "I am not .striving sor the -
basic excellencies that make extra QUALITY AT A PRICE state.
:;: much to have m business look neat ___
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decorations seem absurd. It has to ([0i The Everglades has been called the ,0. '

> a s I am to give everyone jusitce. I I i also with extreme: care in the whole "Sugar Bowl of America." Land there and services.;. property. Unless it is fairl, ,pand .com1" '
The Fashion Guild which is the
: ,
"G
may not know (in fact I. don't claim '
effect of rilment-the right hat with is peculiarly adapted to the growing it enforced conditions
Apparently is just becoming evident pletely present :
r '. ; to know) all the facts and teclmi 1.Ii first and only national organization
I
the right dress at the right moment, of cane. The biggest obstacle which that the United States cannot ,will continue."
;::' ties of the law but I am doing my I of women in matters of the styling
the refinement of matching glove and faced the industry; however, was have orderly distribution and economic -
,Tlamdest' to give everyone justice" I of American merchandise and.the. I ;
: shoe, the perfection of face figure economical 1 harvesting. American labor anarch at the same time. People
i- This man has not been in office editorial interpretation of fashion
: BILL
and disposition as well as dress. I costs were too;>> high and competition must learn, to cooperate if thoy are ACCOUNTANCY
'. very long, having been appointed by merchandise, held its last meeting
;' American women of the future are I with the cheap labor of foreign;>> to prosper.
: "- Governor Carlton to fill the place I f rthe summer in New York this
., going to be more attractive than ever sugar countries impossible. Then
;
fT'. caused by the resignation of the then I \\week and listened to four of the outstanding IS VETOED BY GOV.
before Mrs. the machines
Little predicts. They are came new harvesting
-, officeholder! However, we do bellve women in the fashion field ,CARLTON CALLS TAX
; Improving every year, she Insists, : which cut down the harvesting cost
:' ,, that thl sman 'will be re-elected, by talk on predictions for next fall OnQ PROBLEM PRACTICAL
,'. 'Incidentally i she takes occasion to to a point where sugar: can be grown DOYLE E. CARLTON
office. outstanding note of Interest was I
;, a big majority, to again fill this -
;
put new vogue for pajamas in its and produced as cheaply in_ this sec-
" ; r '<.::' their united contention that the (Continued from page 1)).
proper place.! "Pajamas were never tion as anywhere else in the world.

4 All you need to be convinced that meant to ropfaco the established American public is no longer content There was pretty tough going for

what we have said is true is to be evening dress." she says. "They are with "goods at a price" but that asa these machines when they first classes to wild lands of which more Objects To Section Relieving -

present at the Justice ot Fence I nation' we today demand "quality than 7000.000 acres have left the tax i '
not for' riding about the city in a reached Clewiston. Several changesIn I LegionnairesOf
'. Court for this is at a price. books.
than
other
man none
taxi, nor for restaurants; or the the-,I design were necessary but officials -
.. Judge Paul Deam.f. 'In line with this thought It Is interesting -, | "The common school situation de- Requirements.TALLAHASSEE .
atre. but only for small affairs at t pronounced ,them',completely success.
f.. to notice how many important I' mands attention and the indebtedness
." home, for the beach, for lounging. + ful before the season ended and the I
stores throughout the 'country of the political subdivisions is a matter -I June 10.-Today
PRESS CANNOT BE MUZZLED Even the older woman may wear patents on them also are invovled in
'r;'', are stopping "fear: advertising" which makes some action manda- Governor .Carlton vetoed a bill,
f. z' them, if she wears them appropriate the reorganization. _
., vertising which yells "Depression tory. passed; by both houses of the legislature -
A Minnesota law making the publication ly. It Is. not really a. question of age Every obstacle except that of adequate '
I! Prices and turning their, attention "The fact must first be acceptedthat during: the regular' session ot
2 ) and circulation of any "malicious but of figure and activities. If a worn. I financing seems to have been
to telling consumers what the quality Florida has little to tax. Unlike 1931, regulating the practice of accotintancy .
.: .1 ; scandalous and defamatory an goes about with a younger set, il eliminated. The reorganization probably -
is in economically priced merchan ,many of. its sister states it does not in Florida and creating a
ii. newspaper, magazine or other peri her figure is trim, if she is energeticin win bring, competent, moneyed I
have ] share the
industry to properly state board of examiners and re
c ;: odical" a public nuisance.. and providing thought and" action then she dise.One leadership, if confidential information i' mft.
costs of government. It has property lators.
important specialty shop in .
,:;: ? for methods of preventing its should dress to- suit her background regarding the backers of the ; .f
.... and people. I
::
r Chattanooga, Tennessee SchwartzBrothers
L:" publication( has proved_ to be anotlier not her Icars: Jf \\omau is well:. -has recently inaugurated project is accurate. The development "With these facts in mind, the prob+ The governor: said his chief reason -, .

: good intention proportioned if she has distinction, in withholding approval of the
\ gone wrong. l : lem reasons down to four items ot"
\-- the of labeling dresses'v1th
plan pro-ceed
an
r : Takin? advantage of this law the and If she moves. in circles where pa j solution. They are: -I measure was his objection to a section
I identification of the quality of their
city. of police 'of Minneapolis- seizedr I pajamas ate the rule, then let her. r j original developer might have de- "A reduction in the state propertytax which allowed "any member or
( textile make-up. This store has
f copies of a newspaper. The Saturday, wear them. Age doesn't 'matter" cotton sired but it should be basically sound rate made possible hrough the : the American Legion of good moral
; I started labeling quality : with charcater" to become certified
Press, that contained an attack upon and steady.It taxation of new sources which are a pub
the standard Identification of durene
r: the Administration of Mayor Kunze I FOREST PLANTING : will be of tremendous Import lIthe \ not now taxed and which should help lic accountant without any oilier re
cotton, so that customers ; know '
may
quirements.
:, and without any: .legal authority, proceeded state's history if that conferencei to bear public expense; the place ,
such dresses made of the finest
are
The chief
to ota Many It became apparent t i Clewiston out the long executive transmitted the
destroy 30,000 copies years ago I at brings ment of definite and additional funds

r.:: 40,000 edition. that lumbering operations as they'::1 obtainable cotton which has been awaited public announcement that for the operation of the common bill, known as senate 'bill t>41, and

properly handled by the mills ana I his veto
r r:: Of course it never was intended i had been carried on were 'needlessly i the sugar industry's infafnt has re- schools; a reallocation "of that part message to Secretary. or
which makes the basic quality of the :State It. A.
",:. that the law should be used -as a wasteful. No effort had been madeto f I ceived the financial transfusion that of the gasoline tax revenues going to : Gray. .
dress definite. A renewal of tonne In his veto the
message,
club. to suppress free speech even protect young trees or to provide .1 is needed to send the life blood throo- counties to apply on bonded debts governor
deuce in tevtile products might said:
many
though as was claimed by the Minnesota for the needs of the future. The sup' : bing through its veins.-Fort Myers and the complete and fair enforcement :
" I thus be obtained. 'I' "Section 30, which was apparently:
;' authorities the newspaperwas ply of timber seemed to be inexhaustible Press. of the general property tax in
"I Those persons in Washington who introduced by' way of an aJI1c\l; more sensational than useful. and it did not seem necessary the counties. I
are conscientiously sets up arbitrary standards without
The court held that the Minnesota, to practice. conservation. studying 'wnrsI I Why Good Times Are Coming "To make possible u reduction in
out" of the current depression regard to the technical requirement
are
\r statute was Invalid because it vIolated When the. real situation was found I I state, tax rate, it is suggested to tax ,
much interested in all signs which of a certified public accountant and
; constitutional rights. The Justices to be appalling folks began to talli'.1 It Cakes no gift of prophecy to fore several new .sources, including a
i I 'I l point to renewal of accomplishes results evidently never
a values
pointed out that there are lawsto about it. They also talk about the. ; at eco I see thaf in the long run the economic nominal tax on kerosene, a percentage .
'I : nomical prices; rather than cheap I intended by the bill and virtually
regulate the press when it indulges 't weather and do nothing to correct t hardships of the present year will. tax on electric; power gas. tel/rr- .

i in 'malicious defanation but bad conditions. The lumber' proposlj :I merchandise sold at throat-cutting. prove to have been among the most I I! phones and telegraphs, munici r ill i: destroys its purpose..
"Section 30 provides 'the board
,
;' that public officials and policemen i j Hon net only caused talk but action( l prices. fertile in American history. In diverse -! plants not excluded, and an increase shall
issue certificate
I I a authorizingthe
cannot legallydestroy a newspaper has also resulted. Lumbering practicPS ways the country is makking! in occupational license; rates. I '
I ( : SUGAR PRODUCING IN FLORIDAi -holder thereof to practice as a
property without resorting, to the were changed and then it wafound .,. a fresh examination of itself, its "These together with the Inheritance certified public accuntant to
I any,
1 processes of law. For these reasonp that forests must be planted i problems and its aspirations. Peopleare tax and the corporation tax ai-I member of the American'
Legion ol
"the gag law" was declared un con-: to provdie lumber for the next gener',' A conference of far-reaching Imporlance. substituting work and thrift for ready enacted will be sufficient good moral character

stitutional.OLD. j ration to south Florida, with pos speculation."We i make unnecessary an excessive levy I. or to any per-
I '
son enrolled to practice with theUnited
sibilities ;
'anyGiing'
exceeding atI 7jy the state. /
i The United States Department 01 are beginning to look at common I Slates Treasury Department.
I tempted, will be held Clew- "For
shortly at schools the automobile license -
!I
PIPES PAID FOR I I Agriculture reports that last year a problems from the other man'spoint who has had eight ((8) substantial -
I, | iston when ,a. grpjip of financiers will rates would be. increased to yeas
total of 138,970 acres of forests were" I I of view, says William 'L. Chenery. -| ; accounting
experience and
E j unfold their plans and tell Judge.! take the loss sustained through
\ The other day Mayor Harry A.. planted a gain of 24 per cent oven.\1 i i'I' i o'Titor of Collier's Weekly, in I II up i I who has been a resident of the stateof C.
1 Whitehurst just what their Intentions exemption of automobiles from the
;
Mackey, of Philadelphia, learned that 1029.!) The total lands reforested since' I I a summary of the Lessons of Adver- ( Florida for five years; provided
the financial rero ant general: prop rt : ta\ with the moneys
the oldest cast iron pipe in Americawas j I the movement started is now 1.79S' ? i sity. "Not because we are more virtuous -, ) that such persons apply to the board
Southern Sugar coTnpany. going to the common school fund
part of the Quaker City water I I 048 acres. Most states have given encouragemcnt ,.! )". I'I : or unselfish than before, .but and distributed according to the for such certificate within thirty (30))

supply, started in 1817 and one ot to the planting of for. s ''l because we realize that in no other; days subsequent to the passage or
Fort Myers should l be intense in teacher-unit plan previously enactedto
,
the most efficient in the world. He I cst and 10.1C1 agencies and inUnduals y way can we 'arrive at rational solutions. this act.-
terested In the outcome of this trans-. !I insure equality in educational ad
decided to have some of it dug up took part in the work. Uncle ." I "Under the first classification
action. While present headquarters vantages.
for inspection. The piece excav'ated.was Sam aided in the work by planting The Smoot-ITawler Act has thus i membership in the American Legion
are In Hendry county and we do not "The debt problem would be as-/
found to be in perfect condition trees on 21,678"acres of national forests compelled Americans to think about and a good moral character are the
feel the effects of this Imlustiv to! !I Iany sisted through the distribution of the;
after 104 years of service. last' year and promises to dc j r the tariff with minds less prejudice,t J only requirements. These aro most
large extent, the potentialitiesr I gas tax on the basis of area. popula-'
When that pipe was laid traffic still' more during 1931. than ever before. Because times have I worthy qualifications but do' not
arc tremendous particularly if the !I tion and miles of roads constructed.It .
i consisted of a comparatively few This is work that is entirely com, : been Bard, they have learned that meet the professional standards of a
f Is combination of the federal
a
efforts to secure genuine en- I
horse drawn a ship foreign trade is'a two-way street and !, I certified public accountant more
vehicles* Underground mendable. It is work that must be ; plan and plans used successfully by any
nal successful. More than fifty
shocks were light or nonexistent.For done if the country is to be protect, are that ,if a nation won't buy, it can't other states and will add funds to than they would prepare one for the

the past thirty 'ears a growing ed. Planting trees not only provides million pounds of sugar were? manufactured I sell. the small counties without taking i practice of law, medicine, engineering
during the last ands 1
horde of season "As nation have comprehended I or any other profession.
automobiles and trucks have a supply of lumber but agriculture i a we from the larger ones. moneys to
likely this will be doubled] the
once
been let loose on, the highways to aided by the preservation of the water more of the essential facts ot which they are justly entitled. "Under the second classification,
sound financial
plunge with shattering vibrations In- supply and floods are prevented. company gets on a world trade in the last twelve months "Because there are millions of dOll one might be admitted to practice

to street depressions caused by gas If the present schedulers maintainedfor footing. ,than in any previous decade of our lars of escaping personal property with the United! States Treasury Department -

and water main excavations, and to a few years there need be no fear The icsponsibilitkib devolving upon national existence," declares MrChencry. Florida and because the lack of state I and have eight years' SUb-

add their thunderous weight to the for the future.Miami Herald. Judge Whitenuist in thin action are "We shall do well 1 to act control has brought about a condition -! stantial accountancy experience with

road surface. The old cast iron pipe aremcndous. If the reorganization is upon what we have learned. We have of equality in general properly I live years' residence in Florida, and

however has gone right ahead win WORM TURNS effected successfully.] Judge While drilled long enough. Never has leadership taxation by the counties, it is suggested yet be far short of the standards ota

Its important work and has shownno hurst should get some public .appreciation ) had a better chance. As our hat a state tax: commissionwith certified public acconnt&nl '

change; whatever under the new. The worm in this case is the mo of his efforfs. It Is by far the problems are grave, so too is our op power to search out this property -: "In the third place, 'it provides

and strenuous conditions. torist as represented b) the American largest case his court ever has been portunity great for an adnvauce from 'and place it on the tax books, ,be that one taking advantage ol these ..-

This Is no accident. The ancient Automobile Association. He Has been called( upon to handle and there are all directions." created. I exemptions must apply withIn 30

pipes of Philadelphia have only 'reaffirmed the victim of a mounting pyramid of some la\vyeis who? say 'It is the blgKost In many ways the necessities of "The expense of such a commission days subsequent to' the passage ot
,
'
what had( already been found taxation that is rapidly becoming un- case any '''coup! 'y-' court'. in the times' seem to be driving Americans -, will Be around $25,000 a year, but according -t this act If these provisions aro' good

out. about old installations. of' cast bearable. He has submitted patiently America ever, handled. to confront conditions.! and to ,I to .the inadequate financed it is unnecessary to limit their] application -

iron gas and water mains in, scores realizing that he should largely Judge Whitchurst t has been technically think' about? policies which they preferred commissions of other years, it will to 30 days within -which few

of other American and European foot the bills for better highways although in complete charge of the to Ignore or to accept without -f more than pay its costs. people will learn of thorn. The bill

cities. During the past' century' all en; I these samo roads also Increase company since It went Into receiver- question so long as conditions I 'There is considerable. oppositionto might serve certain individuals or

gineering practices have changed- the values of the adjoiningland. ship last summer. He was the last were easy. Andrew Mellon is quotedby this plan but the fact remains that I certain classes who might know of

except those' invoiced' in the construction But he does object when he Is word of authority In all its opera- Collier's as saying: "We still havo J past commissions did bring about. this provision; and yet be oJ little advantage ;

aria installation of cast iron gas asked:, to pay: for other public, caug- tions. It requires a knowledge] of law much to learn In the maintenance oil I :lower tax rates by reason, of enlarging to the applicants na -whole,

and water systems. These were ba' es, such as schools in Florida. probably to visualize best the position Production on an even keel- and the : the tax rolls and the fact remainshat and, would certainly result -Sn lowerIng J
I
sically right in the beginning, although 'I At the recent annual convention or into which ho was thrown, placed at achievement of a process of orderly, : "Florida .must of necessity secure i the standards of the .:nof .

of course, they have under tho automobile' association! a plat tho helm of a huge industry with ie- I and broad distribution of products I IS I he bulk of its revenue from general accountan ;



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,FRIDAY, JUNE 12, 'CLEWISTON NE3'l S. CLEWISTON t FLORIDA .PAGE THRtEMrs. e7
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t"O mean the team that per 1 ; .f _' \ \

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/ UNEXPIRED TERM meant the team that will play the LABELLE NEWS .jJ: Ii

== :tJf == Hill Climbers again next Sunday In ;. -. d ,... I, I

1 AS COUNTY JUDGE our own backyard, and with revengeIn \

L. 1. Morgan, Jr.. Phune ; the heart, blood in the eye, and MRS. LEMUEL HOWARD '
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Mrs. E. L. Stewart and Mrs Barney at the lake. Those attending weTe With Knowledge Of Local leave Clewiston a badly licKed ball- Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Royer and 1IU13 I Monday afternoon! by a' number" t ol

I, Thomas spent Wednesday of last Jlmmle Beardsley, LeRoy Hare, Harry daughter, Patsy, and Miss\ Ethel kn- her former put no at the h me pr
1 Affairs ShouldBe club. The game will begin promptly I '
I week in West Palm Beach shopping. Vaughn, Bobbie Beardsley, Louis finger are spending this week atj I Mrs. A. L. Taylor., Ice cream and.
at 3:30 o'clock.HOOKS '
Morgan, Donald Deam. George Bes Good Official. Crescent IJeacli. > !cake demonstrating: the cooRinr
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: :Mr.. and :Mrs. E. J. Kerr, Mrs. Cleo tor, Bobbie Patterson, Jlmrnio Hail, ACTING AS MANAGERW. Raymond Hendry of Fort Myers, class' skill were served. Those present

Houze, P. G. Bishop and ftl. H. Gibson .i OL H. llouze, Bill McUlurc. John Dennis .11. A. HIder was appointed by 'Govcmor formerly of LaBelle, is in LaBeJle I were Flora Padgett>, Dorothy' and

were visitors to' West Palm Gahn, Pete Moltz RichardTBestor Doyle E. Carlton to fill the tin W. Hooks. jr., popular "Supt." visiting ffriends and relatives.. 1 Mildred jlill, Mabel Anderson, MltbeI 1

JJeacli Thursday. and Jlmmle Holland. expired term of county Judge J. U. connected with the Southern Sugar H. A. Rider and H. L. Reeves were Maria and Lucille Uam'pton, Frances, ;

I Ross, deceased. Mr. Rider has been Company d proud father William business visitors in Clewlston Mon turner; Carrie Eunice' Rider, Vca'trico

Bob Hancock and Louis Morgan connected with affairs sinco I Miller, Grace Cason, Olive 'flew-
Mrs. H. C. Jones returned home I county sensational young pitcher and Dick. day.Mrs.
: S : made a business trip 'to Fort Myers the county was created and should peppery second baseman of the R. N. Small and daughter, Edna comb, Ruby O'Bannon Edna Moon,
from. Jacksonville, last week alter amonths .
< ,., yednesday. ( fill the office to the satisfaction or Clowiston Cane Breakers will assume Mrs. McKeen and it'. Selby mo- Mary Markette, Mrs ,A.:L. Taylor ana
visit with relatives. torefl Clewlston evening. Mrs. 11. J. Moon.
the entire county. the management of tho club during; to } Sunday
Virgil Miller of LaBelle spent a few Dr. Scabold, :Mrs Newcomb and
Casey Jones of Canal Point spent! He has been prosecuting attorneyfor the absence of Ed 'Butler who is on

Mrs. Claude Downs and .Mrs. Louis Sunday- in Clewiston.'" I :, the county and attorney for the his vacation.. days in Fort Myers last week visit- daughter,'. .Margaret, spent Sunday In

Morgan motored toY Palm Beach I county commissioners. He also served Mr. Hooks is not only a great baseBall Ing Claude Frallcks. stera. .

several terms for the fan but keen Paul Sullivan of Sarasota has become Miss Corrine Jones, MrsA.4 ,
I of last week. as attorney is a student of the .
Wednesday : Kathryn'
Miss Little student of
resident of LaBelle and little i daughter.Lorraine {in'1 *
I school board. game and it is generally expected a Taylor, : <
Florida: State College for Women is -
Mr. Rider is a practicing' attorneyin that the Cane Breakers will do well opened, a feed store in the former Artie Ueckwerdt" motored- to. viewis-: .
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Alston' of Belle visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. LaBelle and has been engaged in under fits direction. Piggly Wiggly store building. I ton lionc1xy: .afternoon. 411rs.

; Glade are in Clewiston for several II. Little through the vacation. private practice since the first ot Miss Veatrice Miller and Harry I 'Joh'ii 'St wart returned to tier

r weeks. Mr. Alston is in charge of the 'January. He was succeeded as county Rogers motored to Clewiston and home in Pasadena, Calif.., Frlflay.

drug store while his brother, Dave. Miss Laura Matteson left Sundayfor : attorney and prosecuting attorneyby MAY PRODUCTION IS Moore Haven 'Sunday. I I She has been visiting" 'reJativeo"Vvln

.Is away on his vacation.. Dayton' Ohio, where she will do Judge Roy. D. Stubbs of Fort My Lou Jacobs, I. Klein and C. H. LaBelle the past few days. .
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1, .' nursing at the Stillwater Sanatorium / "GREATER THAN ALL Truitt of Tampa are in LaBelle fora I Mr. and Mrs. Perry Hull! and i'amily -

; Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Harvel were until October. ers.It s understood that Judge Hider few days on business. I of. LaBelle. shoppet' ,} in For Myers

i H ....,visitors to Miami over the week-end. was the choice of tho people the MONTHS OF 1930Chevrolet Mrs. A. L: Taylor; little daughter Friday.! .

I,' They were accompanied. home by Mrs. Claude Downs and Troy Pur- county and received the approval of Lorraine and Miss Corfne Jones will Mrs A. L. Taylor and claughcr,
I motor to ''Cottonwood, Alabama, on Lorraine, Mrs. M.. J. Bush and. Fir rand
their daughter, Marjorie who win year reurned Tuesday night from the majority of the people. He was J ,
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'! :' r{ L' spend her vacation with her parents.\ Dalton, Ga., where they- have been I! appointed from a large list of appn production during the Thursday. They wIll spend 'several Mrs.r' R.. A. Stevenson- of la-t

cants sent to the Governor. month of :May exceeded month weeks visiting relatives and friends. Belle and Mr. and Mrs. Holmes Rich
:l, for the past few days with relatives. every .1 '
The News congratulates Governor of 1930, and was' the, largest single Council lliller'and Elmer Anderson, and, J. ..H. Fears of Fort .Myers, MiesCorinne

r Miss Betty Willits of South Bay Carlton on his wise selection and month's output since July. 1929,, W.. left LaBelle' Monday for }o'ortlc.- I JPnf? '?* Jacksonville anU

,was. a visitor to Clewiston Wednesday Kitrick Bowden of, Moore: Haven wisHes\ the newjudge a successful S. Knudsen, president and general Ce land :where, they will go in' training -]: Miss Ann -Erie' of Grcenvile, N. U.,

", ,night. was a business visitor to Clewiston administration. manager, said in announcing the May at the 'C. :M. T. C. for the sum' spent Friday afternoon' and 'Saturday
Thursday. picnlcJdng""at' Fort Myers lJe ..cn'riss '
total l production of 113852'cars; and mer.

The many friends of Mr. P. A. CANE. BREAKERS LOSE trucks. Mark Poole and W. E. Godbold motored -, :'\" Erie- is a, sister of" Mrs. St6vo1b" or .
:Mr. and Mrs D. G. Alston and 'to Sunday where they son.
Naples
TO LAKE PLACID TEAM
Poche are glad to know that he is The May figure, represening world
daughter, Martha Nell, left F.iday'o visited relatives., Miss Lois Roberts of IrumokaJee
production, compares with 113,18Vlast "
improving after having undergone an I
spend their vacation with relativesIn (Continued from Page 1) 'May and with 106:096.in: April Harry TJliner! J, B, Chalker and and Miss Lucille Hampton ot 'ta-
operation at the Good Samaritan
I Kichland and Columbus, Ga. Miss Minnie Lou Howard motored to Belle will leave l\Jonday' Taira-
this year. While the 'increase
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hospital in West Palm Beach Satur Palm Beach Sunday. hassee where they will attend Bnm-
rattled infield sent Baker to first
last May is slight. Mr. Knudsen
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day. I Bob Hancock motored to' LaBelle base and turned the pitching duties I out That dealer stocks of both Mrs. J. G. Martin entertained a; mer school at Florida, State,. College, ".

over to Pete ,Wilson, who Immediately number of young people at her home for Women; '
Sunday.Mr. new and used cars are now In far
Ed Butler left Monday for a twoweeks' fanned Davis and made Thomas better Saturday epening with a candy boil Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Cook? of., ,Nor '\
shape than a year ago.
vacation to releatives in ground out, short to first, for the An LaBelle announce the marriage oj
interesting
angle of the May ing.Miss '
Georgia. E. L. Stewart who has been in I third but. Edith Magill has returned their daughter, Mies Ruth' Cook, io
output, Mr. Knudsen said, was a
Tallahassee. for the past two months. I The fireworks realy got started, homo from Winter Garden where she Harold W. Adams of Miami.' 'I'bo
I II heavy increase in the number of
Harvey Guthrie was a business I spent the week-end in" Clewiston... however, for! Placid in their half of cars taught the past winter.- She will wedding having taken place Friday

visitor to Pahokee Tuesday night. 'Mrs. Stewart accompanied. him back:/ the eighth after Pete Wilson had built for export. This trend was also spend the summer in LaBelle.H. afternoon at the bride's: home wile

to Tallahassee. fanned Ileys and made J. B. Davis pronounced? in April? this year, and in G. Collins of Moore Haven wasa Rev. Gus Padgett ,performing jhp

Jack. Forbes Misses Betty, and Alice -,-- -I pop to catcher. Mathis got life on May the export requirements were business visitor In LaBelle Satur ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Adams left
J Willits of South ;Bay were visitors nearly five times as heavy as in the
Miss Frances Monroe returned. Dick White's error, stopped at second day. Friday afternoon "for :Miami wherq
. to Clewiston Tuesday night I corresponding month last year. lIr.and Mrs. N. E. Keen and
' ; liome Sunda from Sanford where when Hooks dropped:: Sharpless'liner they will visit Mr Adam's rnotheijFrom

It ---- she has been visiting friends.P. and .both score ahead of Rob Th il1eavy May output was the di- daughters, Florence, Verda and tHere they will go to North

r Campbell Nail and ;Beter "Nail were I erts :when E. White let his drive get rect result of a decided pickup in Merle, and Mr. H: E. Keen of Alva Carolina where, they" will, make heir

k ,, visitors to Lakeland 'over the week- G. Bishop left Tuesday afternoon through his legs for a home run r'.sales. in certain sections of the :country and Mr. and Mrs. _J. G. Marin picnicked home. '
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end. ... e notably the along the North ""Pollywog" .
for a business trip to New York. Bates 'to k first 'when McFeeters area on Sunday.Mr. H. A. Rider of LaBelle ET T.TT

, dropped his fly In right, stopped at Atlantic seaboard, Mr. Knudsen said. and Mrs. C. L. Couch and Marvin Carson 6C Immokalee was

I Dick White, T. W. McFeeders. A second when Hooks fumbled !Mc- He pointed, out that this section was daugher, Hortense, motored to Fort In LaBelle on business Tuesday.SUBSCRIBE .
Mr. J. K. Baker and Mr. Bob Han
i L.. Hackett, Earl White and Mr. Rush Oauley's: tap. Davis safe on second the first hit by the industrial slump Myers Monday. r
cock made a business trip to Fort
fj motored to Sebring Sunday night and ba eman's misplay, filling the bases. which followed the .stock market Stafford Keen of Alva; was in I-a-
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InR I McCauley for a final 'count of five the first to recover. Certain Jess Stringer of LaBelle motoredto FCR THE

I A. L. Hackett was a Visitor to A. L. Hackett and Earl White were for the inning, making a total of ten other sections are also showing Tampa Saturday on business.Mr. .

I West, Palm Beach Saturday.: .visiting night. friends in South Bay Tuesday rnn! for the afternoon.The signs of recovery In Chevrolet business and Mrs. John Richards have CLEWISTON! NE\VS

youngster, who on a quiet the president said. taken the Henrickson cottage on

Dr. J. W. Ezelle enertained members Sunday afternoon a few weeks ago During May Chevrolet plants ope- Main street. PHONE 339

I of_ his Sunday school class at aswimming Mr. Sapp of Sarasota was a business shoulted "Come oh ol Boy you are rated at a normal average of five and I Miss Corinne Jones former school ,, .

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\.a.. -ii sec ior"the ne..t years work. counties would gain additional funds Mac egan' a food, nutrition and LEGAL NOTICE

WISING 4-H CLUB In 1929 he entered the calf club, I when the exact values are deter lit Kith project. Her club, o* which IMUTlUti UKiNotico HH1'JIUll'l4" HALr: THE CLEWJSTCn: NZV/S;:

along with the three' former projects. mined. she 1 is president, has extended tins
I is nereoy given mat unaer
BOY GETS VALUABLE That year his club work showed a I The now bill is not so severe to work into file grammar school by and by virtue of an execution issuing

profit of $700, and at the county fair larger counties as was the measure fumishiiiK milk for several poor children out of and under the seal of the PHONE 339

he won prize money on all four of the which caused:; the deadlock but advocates as a living demonstration. Last County Court of Hillsborough Coun-
BUSINESS TRAINING ty, Florida, the 24th day of April, .
of it take the position that it on ,
projects; a total of ?i>3. fall Lelia Mae was winner of the
.,... tax relief Is desired in the state asa l'J61: in n certain cause or action
Last year, Jack's fourth in club state nutritional contest, and was therein pending wherein The tjim

oc.itA. Fla.-A profit of $2,225 in work, he continued about the same whole it can best come trom this given a trip to the National Club Fertilize Company, a corporation, -:

lour"'f drs ot '4-H club work Isn't bad projects, and made a slightly larger plan of gasoline tax distribution. Congress in Chicago. was plaintiff, and U. R. Tanner was r
.... (defendant 1 have levied on and will fG-1 ,
ImfJn.eflB training for a 17 year old nrofit. He was president of his club Sho has been constantly carrying
on Monday, the bin aay or July, A
hay_ who in 1927 borrowed ?25 with ind accoiilng I to County Agent ClydeH. Home TelevisionSets sewing projects, and has learned to D. 1931, the same being a legal sales

whtc>i:to..lJttj> His first pig. That's Norton was quite helpful to the Soon To Be do\ all of her own sewing. Last "year day, and during the legal hours 01 .

what ll ce records: show for Jack Plat other Dbys. Jack "made a personal home Improvement was one of her sale on said date, offer for saie at '4 .'

Marloil: county. Jack, along with three Sit:; to each member's home and disused Ready To MarketThe projects and the'' house was painted the door of the court house in Hen-
dry County Florida,.,and sell to the
oilier.Flotil1a: club members bas Just their problems with them. At I the porch furniture rebuilt, and grass uigiiest and best bidder for cash tne

been: 'awarded a free trip to the- National nother of the short courses he won, radio industry is preparing planted in the yard. She also carried following described real property SItuated -

,' Club Camp in Washington, written examination one of the itself for the introduction of telcvi. several poultry projects. and besides in said County of Hendry anlJc'escriDed

which, ia the highest honor 4-H club "*no Ban' rs' Scholarships to the sion in the home. B). fall or winter having poultry for the table picked sa roiiows, town:
'ine Southeast quarter of tne
work: offers. Funds for the trip were: "nivorsity of Florida. ,the new art would be in its prollmt'. up a little extra money. aoumeast: quarter ot tne worm- SEND OUR TROUBLES To-;

provided: by the Atlantic Coast Line Jack has another year of club work nary stages. According to Miss Eloise McGriff, east quarter of Section 35:: Town10 -

11 a iIi y.: ; efore he will be ready for college. That was the opinion expressedlast home demonstration agent, Leila youth, of Kange 2y Ji-ar:. except THE CLEWISTON

Jack started his club work in 1927 monday at the opening of th :Mae has been a big help in organlz.1 one acre in the Soutnv :
oi corner 70 yards square belonging -,
with the pig. which was a Poland *:AS TAX PILL WILLINCREASE seventh annual convention and radio I i ing club work 'in the county, LAUNDRY CO.
f I ,to tho Methodist Church.
China gilt, and 50 While leghorns.That REVENUE show of the radio manufacturers' association ''I as in assisting: at club camps andy
Said property is being sold as the Fussing and fretting; about any
year be raised 105 carefully se (being held in Chicago) b demons;!ations. property of U. K, Tanner' ana to

ted ,pullets, and seven pigs. (Continued from Page iy Bond P. Geddes, executive vice president -I satisfy the Judgment and execution poor laundry work that you happento

The'next year he continued the pig and. show manager., I RURAL against said J. R. Tanner..... above Their ha getting will not help matters.
COMMON SENSEBy
o'V-X' ,'poultry; projects and added a over by all counties to the road de "This fall and winter should see tinned with costs. M thing to do is to "right about

,corgi club: project. Ho was becominga nartment are known accurately but television in the 'crystal stage'I Spuds Johnson R. II. HANCOCK, Sheriff I far e" and change to our service.ivoain'j _
By N. V\r. HATCHER.
real farmer by this time: raisingthe until provisions of new bill could be through which the sound receiverpassed Deputy Sheriff. the laundry that comes:

,feed for his own livestock. That placed In effect definite value or con- ten years ago," sara Mr." Ged VACCINATING BIRDS 'hvirrk from this shop will put you in
year a[ the County Fair ho took 1$35 stuction by counties on state road des. AGAINST CIIICKENPOX ----------.-

prize money: and' after a trip to the system would not be known It is Due to the fact that television is ... IS GOOD INSURANCE :1 happy: frame of mind.CLEWIS.

BOY;. Short Course in Gainesville,. certain that some .of. the smaller I relyingupon many things learned in 666LIQUID -

-....... --- the design of the sound receiver, Mr About every fall many of the poul- I ION

Geddes also said that its introduction trymen in our county lose a Ibt or LIQUID OR TABLETS

.m would come at less cost than was layers ad. worse than that, a lot of Relieves a Headache LAUNDRY .IllC
I or Neuralgia In
Dress Up Fish Dishes the case with the broadcast set ot i i high priced eggs due to sorehead or 30 minutes, checks a Cold the first ELPASO AVE.f. SAN BONITA ST.

the days when a one-tuber retailed |I chickenpox. Our rule has always day, and checks Malaria In three days CL FLORIDA Nt

1 for ?100 without accessories. been sanitation, but sometimes we 666 SALVE FOR BABY'S COLD WISTONjg !__
With Flavorful Sauces still have tioublc. (your snow lte.Laundl'YCLEWISTON

Our county agent has been telling I
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iPirds this summer we \wouldn't be I

GAINS MUCH FROM bothered with this trouble in the fall! 3 .
"*rit|"' gir n nvA fc-\ .T irBT* npy ifjj j
I don't know. how this vaccination i

FOUR YEARS WORK works, but it does! seem that there'ssomething j I 1 FOLKS

to it. T guess it's about the .

same as vaccination for typhoid fever -

........ .......... DeFunlak Springs, Fla.-Being selected smallpox, and the like. K THE HOTEL TA-MIAMI '
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recently as one of Florida's About tls time of the year In 192y m .'...

four representatives to the National a friend of mine who had been always Miami, FloridaWELCOMES ;,' ,

Club Camp in Washington Is only a having ,trouble wilt chickenpox:

LS; part of what four years of club work! vaccinated his 1,400 pullets. The only I : YOU "

Z:: : ; has meant to Leila Mae Duke, Walton -: Ind rffefcls thwe noticed was that
R'csn pp t i
r county club girl, though it "is the the bird went off feed for a few :The most perfectly ventilated hotel in the south

highest honor 4-H club work offers., days, but then they were as healthy

The expense of the trip will be paid I' as ever. That friend had practicallyno I Storage
i I I'I space across street European
by the Capital City Publishing Company -' chickenpox that fall and winter, plan

r-. Tallahassee. and while we were sick about our I .
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? 'zrr.: all linked together, have been among I selling high pficecl eggs. '

::: c I Leila Mae's most Interesting projects Last year, The county agent tells
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.:' By JOSEPHINE B. GIBSON Sprinkle fish, with salt and pep- but it proved such a success that were vaccinated, and this year the : eBm.m

It'. ,Director, Home Economics Dept.. per, stuff, and sow up with twine. since that time the family have been- number win be much larger. We I a.

!(i-: ",: H. J. Heinz Company Dredge lightly with flour and place looking to the club garden for vege!'I have learned that vaccination is lhe I II -.-..- === = ----:--=-
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several strips of bacon over JJ
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ALTHOUGH ,., rm
/ may try to tell us Baste frequently with water and in 192S. and besides furnishing the ,pox} we can get. 1 >; :'

''':, that they do not care for fish, have butter, and bake in a moderate family table and selling ?15 worth, Another thing we have been noticing ., h. ;
:,:, you noticed how seldom they fall oven-350 degrees P.-for about 1 1 1I "
;. Leila Mae canned 50 quarts. Since is that if we keep chickenpox out :, r' 'Y
;',' to enjoy it, when it comes to the hour. Servo with Tomato Sauce I I
",: table well-prepared and appetizing. made by adding a small amount of then Leila Mae has become quite Capable of the flock, we aren't likely to have A HOME AWAY
i.,:;: ...'; ,. ly garnished? We should serve fish flour to Cream of Tomato Soup. 61 giving canning demonstra. I:I' much trouble with roup. When chickenpox -I m FROM HOME |

,,k frequently, because it is an excel- 1 cup salt codfish; tions. She canned 72 quarts from her .!II. has weakened the birds they m
; ; lent protein food, a good substitute Codfish Soilffle: 2 cups raw potatoes m '
for meat, and an excellent source : ; 2 tablespoons Tomato Ketchup; 2 garden the next year, and 120 last are quite susceptible to roup. I!
; 1 tablespoon butter.
eggs
of iodine and other necessary mInerals Shred codfish end wish to remove some year. Iliere's one thing that the county 1L
: as well. < ol the salts Cool; fish and potatoes together In 1D2S she attended the Girls' agent, has been warning us about and ) .
Fish markets today are featuring until tho potatoes aro done. Drain
7 thoroughly, odd butter,' and then mash Short Course at Tallahassee, and Chat' is when you vaccinate you intro-
:- fish fillets, fresh or frozen, that are p"tnt.oes end fish. Beat: until llully, add
both appetizing and easily cooked; Tomato Ketchup, egg yolks, and fold In -ys it was there "she' learned "the dtice cbickenpox. Thus if any vacct TRY OUR SUNDAY DINNERS
"' and the grocer offers us a great stiffly beaten egg whites., Dt.kQlt 375 why and wherefore of 'club work." nation is to be done the whole flock .
deuces F. for auiiit\ ; 20( minutes Tirtll :
fish which
variety of canned may brown. Ser.o v.ith Tomato: .vjL.iiup .tna She began thinking about her health should be vaccinated. I don't belie'veI'd
be quickly and easily converted into Cucumber PJckles.
countless appetizing and health gild} ryas! surprised to find that her vaccinate if I'd never had any

ful dishes. Tuna Fish ivilh Picllc'Sa1Ce : score was low. The next year the 1 trouble with the disease, for when .
1 cup canned:: or cooked tuns fish; :2; I ;
The modern housewife cannot afford tablespoons butler; 2 taMc"-pooris flovr: trarden was made larger a variety: or you start it you ,should keep it up You '
to overlook the opportunity to !<4 teaspoon salt; dash or V/orcestershlro II vegetables were planted and Lcilr i every year. ; can get room and! board at our hotel thatm
serve fish frequently. Of. course, Sauce: IVi cups milk; 3 tablespoons Pre ; ,
,; the served with fish are served Sweet Gherkins; paprika; 1 tablespoon I ---
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sauces to enhance it. Tartar ,'
salt; then gradually add mill Cook I
Sauce, Tomato Sauce, Hollandaise :,' :
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until thick and add the chopped II 0 CLA ,
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ter, Horseradish and Egg Saucesare .
and sprinkle with paprika and
Sv a few of the many sauces that I a flliJ
:; are best to serve with fish. parsley. I m

z ; The following fish ,dishes with Halibut Steak with Mock IIol-
suitable sauces will bring new interest 2 lbs. halibut steak; CLEWISTON'S I POPULAR I' 1
: to your meals: landatsc Sauce : 1 egg; salt; pcprer: HOTEL .
Vz teaspoon 'WOl'CCLtcrsl11re Sauce; cracker V 'T
k Baked Fish with Tartar Sauce: crumbs.: 1mfI1
I. medium sized fish; C trips bacon; '1 Salt end pepper each slice of fish and ,
ti: c -. tablespoon butter; flour; salt; pepper. dip In beaten egg to which has been added
Sprinkle fish with salt and pep the Worcestercliirc'Oaucc. D'p In cracker ,
crumbs, end Cry In butter until delicately ,
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; per. Dredge lightly with flour, brown. Serve with block\:: Qollandalso THE l
: place bacon over top, and surround Sauce. T. ., .. WATANABE HOTEL 1 1
;. with. about % cup water.. Basto' Hollandaise Saiice yi cup .
frequently, using the butter and l'C1U fyloch butter; -
;..t water. Bake In u. moderateOY 2 tablespoons flour; tel: yolk; Vi teaspoon '.
salt; Vz cup hot water 5 tablespoons MRS.
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.-350 degrees P.--Tor about 1 Manner. ,
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hour. Serve wIth Tartar: Sauce, tablespoons Older Vinegar. pPowtR o "
. node by mixing % cup Sandwich Melt butter, add flour and stir . .
i;. '_ [relish with 1/3 cup l Mayonnaise until well blended. Add egg yolk 0 C r.1

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I medium stu rah: salt; pepper; Dour':) ; Retrl.a add riayonuuise and Vinegar.Servo GGMPA.0
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