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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 19, 1931
Publication Date: 1928-
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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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in I 4. '; : Clewiston, tfia., and tor the formation -
makes you feel that you are at le.ast ,missed,l'amongyour friends and that
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Bishop I f.Yit 'h.\, ...' ,..,. '. >, ;,).Jk-r> I you\ are filling some position in the' community,in. ':wliich you' reside. 1 sF 3 tion, the, United States Sugar: Corporation
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t Infolma- ':i/N?<"<' ." ; ;y4' ... v :Kr '';f.::.> Ni" ; gather new energy and put forth just a 1i tle'moro effort in making. yo'ur. Gen. Gregorio Ferrera, well known Bitting Incorporated, reorganization

)) '&' :",./!., 'blt.: )t.!* ;/'I" '; ; ( as an Indian leader Is the chief of tho managers. It is expected that the
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connected ? >'.L.; __ :\Uki M; ;,,''' i:'; ...r. .....'"% rebel forces that are trying to over plan will he declared effective August1st.

has =a: 1L..w7''W -.<...t<.;.., 'C .....-.zJ7 I"a sr4 of the community and county it represents.
\V. J.< : ._ Collndres In Honduras. Financing of the new organization
Maj. Gen. Robert U. Patterson, --
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Ho was:'I medical for njpiilutmcnt corps whose as-surgeon recommendation gen- AMERICAN LEGION LAKE PLACID TEAM .4L. cise of subscription rights 'by stockholders -

Division' eral of the army has becn.npPI'oC. (] o ..\. .i. G P. M. and creditors of the company -

has been by President Hoover. The appointment I HOLDS CONFERENCE TAKES SECOND BALL June S ...... .. .,....?'...... 15.5 15.5 !I' and by bond: issues according to
is for term of four Gen 'the
a years. plan. The
nas had:: i June 'J .............,.......... 15.4: 15.4 i financing has already
eral Patterson saw overseas service in I I been underwritten
ture of 1017.1018, and since August, 1030, has June .10 ........,........_... 15.5 15.t]I 1 to the extent ot
I Just, MEETiNG HERE GAME FROM LOCALS June 11 .. i5.5' 15.5 :?3.uuiMJUO by a syndicate of which
been surgeon of the Hawaiian department ? .. .?........ '

f and let-' June 12 .................,15,4 15.4 I I! Whalen and Company is to be the

Known I --. June 13 ...,...............,.. 15.5 15.5 I manager. In addition to stockholders,
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Much creditors
the com .J..c' -' : o Sixth District Meet Held Play Better June 14 ...................... 15.5 15.b j of Southern -
: : .t L'J'-.i !iL H.jt"n J Sugar and stockholders of the
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received At Inn On LastSunday. Than Last Week ', Clewiston Company are eligible to

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aavertls- Lose 64.A' participate in the plan. ,

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relative .; Holders of deposit certificates
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Sugar } smart, peppery. determined WILL{ BE REOPENEDBY Soutnern :Sugar: preferred win re-
June ru ............ 00, \10uo The 6th District Conference of the
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the new bunch of ball tossers from Lake Placid ,- ceive for each ten shares they hold,
11 ............ 90 73 American Legion was nerd nere sunday ,
the Unit invaded our city and for the ,sec two shares of new common'))tock and
June 12 .....?..... 91 73June June 14th, at the Clewiston Inn. MR.f BRYANT
; a, Dele- ond successive Sunday afternoon purchase warrants for ten more at a
13 ............ 88 05 Approximately 100 members of the .
taut trounced (hour Cane Breakers this price or ?50 per share. Class B preferred --
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'Post in the 6th District
Legion at-
cement I time by a score of 6 to 4.: Howeveras holders will receive for every
tnded the conference. Confidence In His Ability -
be ob SUMMER FROLICS we predicted the Hill Climbers lb shares two ol tne new ana pur-

several Detail minutes of the meeting are met a far different ball club from the To Pay Is chase ,warrants for ten, more. Com-

,., published below. The local post act one they played the previous week. j;! mon stockholders will receive one
TO BE HELD AT ed as host to the various posts. Din- Authority.The .
closed, The Cane Breakers fought them ev-, share for every twenty held and war-
ner served at the Inn' at '
was
one
the Job. cry foot of the way and the game rants for the purchase of five more.
o'clock with a light lunch being Bank of Canal Point will re-
Thomas DAYTONA BEACH was very much in doubt until the Clewiston Company preferred stock
served alter the meeting. open as soon as formalities connected
the mill last man was out in the ninth inning .holders will receive ten shares of
The Ladies auxiliary of the Legion with reopening of closed banks
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have '- The breaks. so common in' hasp '. now common for every ten shares

only a Festivities Scheduled T oast held their meeting at the same time I ball were decidedly against;: us. and can be completed. now held. Class A preferred stockholders -

using .the' mezzanine floor for their ither&Js]. .,nodisputing:.thej&ctyhat: l hlj!*! !'An T order. confirming' the reopening < } ...receive Mlt six ,shares, .,, ot ..*, ,'._ ,.. .. '
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4'1 thr ugl h 3 rne tin. ippr'oxrmat tel fl1ty'-"J ladies agreement and "rreezin oriIe'r'' ot V"WrcVy 1 S- > j Tli lp r- jIM Wtl tftwvtr*j.- -
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!: vato' Lady Luck was shining down in all common for every ten held ,
w'E attended the -conference.. C. Uwen Comptroller Ernest Amos dated Feb
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July 234. I of her'glory on our visitors from common stock will be exchanged on
Commnader of the local Post had ruary13, 1931, was handed down
Company Lake Placid Sunday. In making this a ration of2_ 1-2 of the new for ten
charge of the arrangements and welcomed : Tuesday afternoon by Circuit Judge shares.
day now statement Clewiston In all
DAYTOflA BEACH, ,Fla., Juno 17. we are not offering an anbl common
the various posts to Clewis J. li. Chillingworth. Personal objections -
in the -Tho Eighth Annual Volusia: County for our boys, nor do we wish to there will be. 515,000 shares of com-

I Summer Frolics is scheduled for ton. take away one ounce of credit f o"l11lhp. were voiced by the court In the (Continued on Page 3))
and fast Commander Owen called the meet- order, but said that Inasmuch as the
I July 2, 3 and 4, and promises to be sterling pitchingof Leslie :UTaVif'
defi ing to order, and the uev. ur. Bailey comptroller has approved the reopening -
the most colorful and spectacularever and the Kilt edge support that he received Birds At Contest ;
1[ any: stagea. I owned the meeting with a prayer. from eight wide aw.ilce team agreement and no objectionsnave

what Past Commander F. Dean Duft been raised by persons Inter- Continue Fine Lay
Three big days and three big mates we simply state a fact whenwe
called to welcome the vis- ested in the the court -
time in was upon reopening, continued
hat it bad break, which -
nights of festive events are plannedin say was a To Boost Average
t iting Buddies and his address" ot the comptroller's order. :
cost Clewiston ball when
an elaborate program ot entertainment a game
welcome and Early last F. E. Bryant of
White- was very enjoyable re evening ,
which i will include spec- Yensen's double got)lost In tho shrubbery -
fleeted admirably the spirit of wel- Palm Beach, president of the bank CHIPLEY. Fla.: Continuing their
tacular fireworks, auto races, motor bordering the school groundsand
fifteen" come that was felt by the local post said the bank would be reopened as heavy production the 580 birds' in
went for a home run, scoring two
boat races, bathing beauty and belchI I II I the fifth Florida National Egg Lay-
receiver I I toward the visiting Jauddies. commander : I i i soon as the state banking department -
men ahead of him.
costume review, babY"parade and
This Owen then turned the meet- ; turns the bank over to the or- ing Contest here turned In a 76.tiper
pageant, grand ball, street dance, Acting manager Hooks started
1 cent lay during May. This gives
from band concerts and I I ing over to Vice Commander G. B. Rush: on the mound for the Cane': ticers of the institution. The order
boxing base ball.Daytona's
them an average of. 10 eggs more
under- Noles of Bradenton who took charge Tuesday: culminated reopening efforts -
Breakers!: but the big slow ball artist;
world famed beach will
of the conference. I'I started several mouths after than the November through May lay
have ,
bo was off form and his delivery was ,:
the of
scene many events and '
in either of the four previous' contests :
dur- On roll call the' following posts the bank closed July 16, 11J30.
nipped for five hits and four runs
ample accomodatlons are being provided Under according to E. F. Stanton, su
'Fort the
I what responded: 'Arcadia. Bradenton, (three of' which however resulted I agreement. depositors
for spectators who will witnessthe
being
broodiness
f ') Myers, Sebring and Clewiston. Ab from Yens n'g freak homer) before may obtain 10 per cent of their deposits pervisor. A little .
interesting reviews and pageantsas I noticed among the heavy: breeds, but
sentee posts: Sarasota, Lake Placid. he was sent to the showers and replaced on the day of reopening and
well as fireworks. Events will tie canceled it all with 'a
receive certificates for the the leghorns
I Punta Gorda, Wauchula, Fort Og- by Young Hooks. of deposit
timed so as to afford an opportunityto
79.8 cent lay. One point is given
don and Avon Park. The] Boy Scout displaying brilliant remainder, payable over a period ofUl : per
those who wish to enjoy a dip in for each 2 ounce 'egg and more or
in
; Discussion! regarding representation | torn took complste: charge of thesituation : months from date of reopening
the surf and sun-bathing on the inviting i which will be de- less for larger or smaller ones. Un-
rata
Ends at the conference. Motion by and with nobody down in pro payments
beach, visits with friends and us
Commander Owen that every post be: the third inning breezed through the clared from time to time as collec- der such a system records snow
sightseeing trips about the cty. points as an average of all the eggs
tions warrant. when funds have accu-
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allowed I votes for every members balance of the game allowing only
the 1'Jth Outstanding features will the ( months of this con
be present at the conference or two widely scattered hits for the seven mulated equal to five per cent. laid in he eight

course June unique Baby Parade with charming fraction thereof and one vote for innings that he was on the mound.In The total deposits in the bank. as test.

tots m costumes and floats depicting each additional 25 members or tractIon this;, remarkable pitching performance of April 11, 1931, were 50765.07, ac- One of the Pinebreeze Poultry.

leaders !' nursery tales, historic events tuereor. Motion carried. he was ably assisted by an air- cording to a sworn statement made Farm entries from Callahan. 'iorida,.

section and characters, comic sketches and Under turned in the highest production for
Motion by Buddy Holloway of Ar- tight Clewiston infield composed of by Liquidator J. P. Cochrane.

Eusus.1 course other subjects will present a brilliant cadia to dispense with reading or Baker, D. Hooks, D. White and Nail. the plan, The Bromar Corporation the month, and brought the total

I t J and amusing reature. tile minutes or: the last dtstiict conference Clewiston turned out the best crowd holder of 115 shares of the :250 hundred monthly cups won by this farm to

health | ,The bathing beauty pageant and on account of the limited of the season but for the benefit of I dollar shares of stock, and The seven out of the eight given. Pine-

for the i beach costume event promises to be time and lengthy schedule, this motion thoso few not so fortunate as to at- Brolo Corporation each of which breeze has two pen entered, and ona
Chicago
the most colorful ever staged, cur- being contingent on the minutes tend, a detailed play by play summary holds $10,000 in certificates deposit captured the first three cups while \

won last I: rent Interest in Beach Pajamas Is to being submitted for reading at of the game follows: have surrendered their certificatesto the other has won the last four. Dur-
also of,
; bring out entries that will presentthe the next conference Motion carried. 1st Inning be used in payment of stock as- ing May the winning 10 birds lavedZ7i

I latest creations, sun suits will Buddy George Ii{. Eng of Arcadia McCaulie out pitcher to first; Cobb sessancns.: Depositors in the bank: : eggs for :2SI5:) points.
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age 5 ,not 1)6 lacking and pulchritude will then spoke of the adverse propogan-I grounds out second to first; Yensen representing more than 75 per cent DurIng the month 19 birds were

given 1, reign. Departments tores, exclusive ua taut is inaiung ,us rounds in various doubles but Is, left stranded on second oc the remaining aggregate dcposus, credited with 30 or more pointS, witha

: which I apparel dealers, merchants and associations national publications, reflecting when Sharpless fans for the signed the agreement, according to Pinebreeze bird leading with 33.7 .

I' have announced their intention on the good conduct and sin- third out. (the petition for confirmation. Incorporated points for :31 eggs. Nine DIMS were ,

county I of entering striking, models cere efforts of the legion to do good. B. White leading. off for the Cane In the agreement Is' payment credited with the perfect lay of 31
She has
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I I that will include every conceivable He placed special emphasis on an Breakers grounds out second to first; of 3.500 In other deposits and $1,500 eggs and 1G other had 3U each.
contest
10, I I'form of beach wear from overalls to article that appeared in the :Saturday : Dick Hioks beats out an infield hit, cash to meet tho stock assessment. "when the May recordS were added

: hours ensembles with parasol and bags.A Deposits made in the bank: after nuooiueze entry came' DUCK info ..'"'
I meals livening! post in the issue ot goes to second on a wild pitch, but one: "

the giant and spectacular fireworKS May 9 by David Lawrence which in- dies thre when Nall fans and Lefty the reopening will not be .affected In first place for the eig t 'months.,

program will be staged both on the imical to the good and welfare ot Bakor lines out to left field, retiring'I any way by the agreement.The This pen has layed 1,626'eggs for

golf beach and, the island which wfll rival our organization and pointed'out the side. court's order read in part: 1,712 points. An entry from A. J.

(. .nnyhing of he kind ever ..presened. that because of the enormous circu- 2nd inning "1 havo had several hearings in O'Donovan Kntonali, New York::,

county lation of the Post and other publica- Thomas singles to right; Mathis connection with this matter and Stood second with 1,694 poins whilean

alter-. Other events will include base ball tions of this type, their adverse out third to first; Thomas advancing have given it some thought. I am I entry from Gilbert's unipley

i boxing: street dances, band conceits. propoganda constitutes a real men to second on the- play; J. B.: Davis I unable to come, to any other conclusion Hatchery, Chipley. Florida, stood
In a
Festivities will begin on Thursday, ace to the best Interests of the fans but Thomas goes to third when except the one which leads me third with 1.B3S points.

l was won July :2nd, and continue through tne American Legion. He made a motion Hawkins drops the last strike; Rob- to believe that the agreement and The High bird for the eight monthsIs

sendcr'team 3rd: and 4th. Many visitors plan to I that the Chair appoint a committeeto erts doubles to right scoring Thomas plan of reopening all will tend to the owned .byV>;An-

extend their stay over the week end I and officers tonio. Texas and has layed 20. eggs
I investigate this adverse propo- : Roberts goes to third on passed benefit of the stockholders ;

coming prior to the frolics to' ro- ganda and report to the next district ball: Hates tans. of the closed bank rather than for 213.85 points. A Pinebreeze bird

f of tno J i main over Sumlay.. \ conference.' An amendment' was' "ul- McFeeters lines out to center, ;' to the depositors. It is contemplateduiat Is second with 212.45 points for 207

ever fend that this committee also rePort Hawkins rans; Hackett fans. the stockholders shall oe released eggs, while one owned by M. E. Murphy -

and I Said the Wife: "You're becoming to the next meeting of the' De 3rd Inning in full of the 100 per cent 11 Talmo.. Georgia: Is third with

by' the I absolutely unbearable. It will soon bej partment. Both motion. and amend-I McCaulie singlets to left and steals ability for the stock assessment In 211.45 points for 218 eggs. So far 10

the
? were! And the Hubbie asked Cc-1 In out- ,.,...1.. t.vp" rl'p,1t'i r.(0 n".". ';\P.nfR. )
Hopeful : ried. The Chair appointed on this, Cobb second when Hackett the bonk cancels S :tiOo.oo n

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Students of economics who calve attractive radiator emblems for -:.. .
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CLEWISTONiiW -
THE $ have been surprised at the amount ot their cars which serves as a reminder !

He Dodged The DepressionA money found to be available for sate ;, of their pledges. The purpose on byK-1

,Published every Friday In Clewlston,, investments are trying to find someway the pledge is' to get motorists conscious TOPNOTCHERS .

Florida. by THE CLEWISTONNEWS the depression of coaxing these billions from of tho fact fiat"in these days I .
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man who dodged ---- -
INC.I ana who is converting a "land poor" those who hoard so much wealth so when 26,000.000 motor vehicles are I I II

utilized to help the crowding tho country's, streets and
one is tile that it can be
Entered as second class matter, Feb situation into a profitable I
Orlando country get ,back-to normal. highways, the driving of 'a motor car '
ruary 1, 1927, at the Post Office alClcwlston subject of an editorial in the .vrir
I Is a real responsibility, The driver
Florida, under the Act ol ucporter-Star.:: He is an Orange county -I I\ ,.
RUDE? must exercise precaution constantly.
burst WHY ARE WOMEN
March 3, 1897. I growor. in Inti, mo, DUDDIO
witna Why? To conserve life and limb. And .
him
"right in his faces leaving
A, Newspaper devoted to the Best In II lot or real estate mat was reasonably I The editor of the-\VOman's' Home there is no more commendable work. I

terests of Hendry County, I Florida, sure to become a liability instead Companion invites correspondenceon -

Its Leading Newspaper. of an asset. This man, accord- the subject of woman's rudeness A WARNING WORTH HEEDING

Subscrl ion Rate ........ $2.00 per year Ing to the Reported-::)tar, locked up to man. A male reader says that at

Outside of State of Florida ...... $2.5C Ills desk, closed his real estate or- ticket windows, in telephone booths, Senator Borah of Iraho, nationally

(ice, and took to the woods. That ft at railway gates, In elevators, at known for his progressive policies, ,

Advertising rates furnished' on appli he went to the soil. He wasn't a store counters, In any crowd, anywhere has issued a public warning that the I

cation. farmer and knew little about tarming any time, women sneak ahead federal government is building a bureaucracy -

Business Office, Clewlston News.,, but he felt that therein lay his break in, sove, poke, bump and glare. which will demand permanent I

Clewiston, Florida. Editorial and Advertising at least, sustenance "They demand courtesy and give increases in expenditures and -

same. salvation he complains., taxation unless stopped by "angry ., j It J, JIo
times Just aheaa. back rowdyism, 'I
Telephone 339 lie through put a the considerable lean portion, of his "They haven't yet learned to: take' public cpinion." 0 !Aorzsrc1f f %\\' ) .1.1I

He with poise and "Angry public opinion" will have '
nonsa. able acreage into beans. their new privileges lCA INTERNATIONAL 7 I

A refreshing rain fell in Ulewistou made a success. Then he branched a decent respect ,for the rights of to express; itself in other ways than CAPTAIN AGAIN RANKED 1 lf', 4

Tne spell Has merely oral fault-findTng with public OP i .
Tuesday atternoon. into celery and for lour or nve others. 7 AT THE MAXIMUM w )*J"I
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been broken and the rainy season is I made a success or that, ,officials, state legislatures and cong ;

"Just around the corner" so to speaK. years becoming, has recognized as one of the AMERICA LEADS ress.The jTS. POLO As ociAnoN.I 1 1II

I best In that line. A few days ago he people have a check on taxa- *&ie ONLY PLAYER IN THE

Al, Capone admits that he has been sold ay crates of peppers lor ?iuz American cotton styles, and Ameri- tion with their own hands. They can 1 WORLD 50 HONO ,

-.breaking' the prohibition law and has net; and, a't the same time. refused can efforts to stabilize basic qualityin vote against men and measures that

been manufacturing beer lor the &.uuu cash for live acres 01 peppers textiles as the cotton industry is they know have increased or will' increase -

past several years. He aeclaea to I maturing in the Ovoido section. doing by means of the durene stand- taxes unnecessarily. If the

throw himself upon the mercy of the That man didn't sit in a cobwebbed ard, lead the world at the present !people fall to recognize their power tI

courts, w nat unCle oam;: mtenus iu office or loaf on a street-corner cussing time according to many observers of and obligation in this mailer and fail

,do about enforcing the prohibitionlaws the collapse of the boom, bemoaning international textile conditions. I to support men who are working to

remains to be seen in the Judg _) high taxes or contemplating tne Alexander Storyk, prominent dress hold down taxes and fail to vote

ment rendered in the Capone case. bankruptcy court. He went to work designer and manufacturer, returned against, measures that they know

Deer ring ana weeks in will Increase taxes, they will have
no is nead or the and he made his real estate pay. Now recently from several

should be made an example of by the I ne is demonstrating tnat the depression France with the strong impression only themselves to blame for a backbreaking I 'Cop"' ,'" ,.. .
In prison ahead load of taxation that they
government. 1'woears can be avoided by Intelligent that Americans are stepping ,

would give him a nice little rest and use of Florida soil. As the Reporter- of the French in the styling of cot I will have to -pay annually if public II ; f

he:probably wants to get away from Stars says: "Growing quality proa- tons. This means; that Americans are, levies, continue to increase as they t r

the horrors or the many murders ne I quality methods playing up intelligently one of their have during the past decade, out ot I II
ucts and applying i I Ii
has caused during the past two I to prepargln for marketing are fundamentals greatest natural productS'which is a all proportion to growth in population -I 1 I' Jd

years. Nothing could be better thana -with successful farming in favorable sign. I and wealth. ,_ I 'II

quiet rest under the protection or so i
any locality. Florida produces
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Uncle Sam although a twenty year TEA PARTIESin "TWISTING"The ----
MORE BOSTON '
that
many vegetables ana trusts would not bother with. It is this kind'of thousand dollars a mile where a
sentence might change the expression classify as luxuries because they are 5,000-a-mile road would do-few
business that government competition ,
: warned that
on his face. u, tne baturuay:: public is beIng'
while the Its issue or May
marketed in a fresh state takes, away from him. The gov-, states have escaped such waste.At .
Post renedered a real public In certain parts of the country per
I major portion of the country is experiencing Evening ernment is using all the advantages present, with the tarm to market
Its almost prohibitive to own an II that I service to the people of the United., sons purporting to be "life insurance
I its dormant season, I of Its credit and purchasing power, road movement receiving more
Jfionaa.! license tagshave straight-from-the shoulder experts: are inaiugmg in a )'::IlCUI- I
autmoDiie in quality in These two respects is quite States in its conferred on it by the people, and than. ordinary support, it should be
been increased 33 per cent; editorial criticizing the orgy of I aic Campaign of "twisting.{ In otherwords. : 0
I essential and may be the determining encroaching on the livelihood of somfeof the aim of every community to ae-
tax "six: cents and may be members of legislativeand such a person wIll approacn
gasoline spending by
and profit.
factor between loss e its citizens. I jnand the utmost return, for every
before the session onus. Tne I disbursing bodies.It a life Insurance policyholder with a
eignt ax
Those politicians who, ,are now dollar spent. In recent years waterproof -
their o.thelpcople's proposition that he drop a present I
putting over that spending
land barrons are I out
WHAT AILS US? pointed busy telling us how to bring back I surfacing materials have been
ad valorem tax plan under the cam- is a favorite pastime policy and take in its place another
money to reflect I local road bases,
prosperity might take time perfected to use on
or: the automobile. Taxes win and that when they form of contract in some;: other company -
ounage The Wickershain Commission ha i of politicians that one way' to bring prosperity to that give remarkably good, year-
Is almost and everybody presumably for the sake or
reduced on timber which, out everything
be cleaned
made another report in which it discovers I have the country printer would be to give round service at an amazingly low

proniDitive tociay. yet tnes I that 'the country is suffering I II they do not stop but simpi saving money.Don't alluring him a chance to pursue his business cost. Modern construction, methodsand
land barrens have not paid one cent to jack up old be misled by such
I from too much politics and too little hunt for new ways without government competition.THE economy in secondary road building ,
live years. things to tax. tales. No policyholder in any established -
for the past
of taxes It recommends taxes or to find new
violators. to prov
!I prosecution of law should make it possible
the harvest by their wild legal reserve life insurance ,
continue to stopped
reap have
They The people
I that the public prosecutors "HIGH COST" ROAD WASTE vide almost all rural areas contlnu-
from tne: are stillon company can drop or exchange an '
"liquid gold" the politicians
but
gathering should be spending .1 'the
Federal and State, selected without uous year-round contact:: with
limner nom existing legal reserve policy
pine trees and cutting I with less regard to political a taxdlsbursing spree. The need for scientific Investigation outside world In the comparativelynear
upo-n which, taxes have not methods of spending loss f to him: 'The person who' recommends I
,
lands Criticize the I II IVicker5ham "Ways"and
I affiliations, and pulls. I of possible road materials by future.
do they want would meet with such a change is doing it
in Why that
been paid year.
all nnd financing
I \ Commission you state or county planning highway -
any -
: must tins subject
me give
taxes reduced? Taxing In the case solely for personal profit.If taxpayers .
valorem reprobation :
the au severest
want to but if you will take time to the developments, cannot be over-; intelligent consideration. .
the to pay the rich. I individual, are considered per- you are approached by such a I
poor I read recommendations it makes of an empiiaslzed. 1
II by the polity: "twister," you will be protecting yourself I'
you will have to agree that they are fectly sound procedure "Political roads" have cost millions I'I
I I SUBSCRIBE FOR THE
communicating immediatelywith
by
financial standing "
Post.
What is the true said the
hitting the'public pretty hard-telling cians, of dollars. Roads that do not serve

of the State? This, question has never what really alls us. .. I II "Reckless ,and prodigal private and your company or the Insurance sufficient people to justify themselves -
,been answered so that the average ., spending have exactly the commissioner of your state. "Twist CLEWISTON 'NE\VS
I public roads of inferior constructionthat
understand wnai; I ing'" is prohibited by law in many ?
.
(layman could ARE YOU PREPARED? same finish. require exxcessive upkeep, costs
like to knoJ st how' vote buying slates because it is harmful to the I "
1\'e' would I "The public-improvement high-type roads costing 30 or 40 PHONE 339
have on hand 'and for the country interest of the policyholder.
much money we How would you fight a sudden fire I legislator is worse I

how much do we owe.. By, substrac- in your home? This is a question every than fire and pestilence." I

tlon we can Hud the answer. Were man, woman and child should be It likens a majority of our public WHY DODGE THE ISSUE?

not interested in what one fund, !I prepared to answer. Year by year as improvements to yachts, where the -

owes the other but what does the our population increase the toll paidto upkeep is worse than the first cost. There can be no argument over the REORGANIZATION OF

state. owe and is indebted to pay'? mankind I bring a' swarm fact that prosperity of the railroadsIs
this evil enemy of : 'grows Such improvements
essential to prosperity of tho nation The Southern Sugar CompanyThe
must be paid
greater and greater. of public servants who .

BKAIN: hOOD Five hundred million dollars a out of new taxes. as a whole.

:year is the staggering levy exactedby / It cites England, Germany and While there are other largo and undersigned are acting as Reorganization Manager and Associate

College students and their customs the fire demon, but even Urn Russia where paternalism and actual necessary methods of transporting Reorganization Manager, respectively,under the Plan and
than in the passengers and freight the railroadsare r Agreement dated April 1, 1931, for the reorganization of The ,
radical now
may be more huge sum cannot compensate the victims confiscation of property have caused Southern Sugar Company, which contemplates the transfer of
days before airplanes, Doctor Freud, for their grief and discourage : tax loads and destruction of ,wealth the backbone]:! of the whole trans properties and assets of The Southern Sugar Company hereinafter

and 'saxapl ones became part of. almost -, ment as they suffer the loss of loved : which can and will wreck any gov- portation structure. called the Sugar Company: ) and of The Clewiston Companyto
campus equipment-but I Another [fact that cannot be argued a new company, United States Sugar Corporation, a Delaware
every ones and see possessions that caunoi ernment. "
Corporation. of the Plan and Agreement be obtained
colle- is that income must be sufficient to ples may
modern
concerning diet our be bought with money ruthless! I In conclusion. it says: "Our'great. from the undersigned or from any of the Depositaries. under the '
gians show the same wholesome i, cocktail pay wages, interest on stocks and Plan.
consumed by the flames. est need right now, is fewer ,
Holders of claims against the Sugar Company secured by lienson
preferences of previous generations.Qday's ol bonds. taxes and upkeep.
much the
The knowledge that so parties and more tea parties-. of holders of unsecured claims againstthe
machinery or equipment,
Is like Grand- Railroad revenues are not at the
college girl this hiss is ureventable does not Boston kind.: Sugar Company and holders of Certificates of Indebtedness of
mother in one respect, anyway; make it any less bitter. When a fire present time, and have not been tor Receivers of the Sugar Company may become parties to the Plan '

chocolate remains her favorite avor.So some time past, large enough to by depositing such claims and/or Receivers Certificates on or be- + .
starts it is an infant, but a few seconds o WHY MORE ACCIDENTS? r
business June 30 1931 with Central HanoverBank .M
Miss Margaret Gram, ,' '" properly cover these expenses In fore the close on ,
says later it be aroariug mon- .
may and Trust Company, as Depositary, at its principal
manager of the student co-operaliv I ster that overwhelms. the puny cl- Persons ideutuied with the' street spite or rigorous'econom). office, No. 70 Broadway, New York City.

store at New York's}, Hunter College,'' forts of unaided human "hands. and highway safety movement aro Therefore, there seems to be one Holders of claims against the Sugar Company secured by mort-
in.the country.:I of several things left to do-increase gages or other liens on land may become parties to the Plan by
largest girl's college Preparedness is half the battle. to know why it is
at times puzzled depositing such claims on or before the close of business on June I'
Chocolate bars and ,crackers o.ro"l i I The water bucket and hose are effective that despite the large number 'of organizations freight and passenger traffic at pres- 30, 1931, with Central Farmers Trust Company, as Depositary -

the most popular single item in the.<: If they are Immediately available and individuals engagedin rates, or increase transportationrates at its office inVest Palm Beach, Florida. '
I Iau'ding 0'1' Holders of Preferred Stock, of Class B Preferred Stock and of
Miss Gram reports, or reduce quality of service,
Hunter store, but often the incident
the
of the public
very education ,
!I safety Common Stock of the Sugar Company may become parties to the
that any chocolate flavored' I i that started the fire may have ren- number of automobile accidents continues I further cut 'operating expense by reducing Plan by depositing their stock certificates, duly endorsed in blank I

food or candy seals two or three dered the watery supply unavailable., to increase. \ '.. wages from the presidentsand for transfer or.accompanied by transfers in blank duly executed,
in either bearing the transfer tax stamps required by Federal -
oxecutve and
officers right case
higher ,
the same Item without and
barn
Every house
times as fast as every every The Silvertown Safety League
of business 30
and State law, on or before the close on June ,
chocolate. apartment, in the land should be protected which was organized to play a part down the line. or combine a. little or 1931 with any of the following Depositaries under the Plan, viz.:

Qhocolate is gaining recognition' with the simple, Inexpensiveand in movement to reduce the num- all four alternatives. Central Hanover Bank and Trust Company, at its principal

in college{ circles as a brain food, efficient hand fire extinguishers ber of motor vehicle accidents by Drastic action will be necessary it office, No. 70 Broadway, New.York City, or Union Guardian I
Trust Company, at its principal office, Congress and Griswold
news reports flint available. WfTh them it thlnl34)Oltsale. the roads remain solvent and con
jurlging from recap : are now ; Streets, Detroit, Michigan, or California Trust Company, at
concerning Sylvia:? Altman, 17. youngest I docs not matter if the flames are ty- tinue ,to render our nation the best its principal'office, No., 629 South Spring Street, Los Angeles,

New York girl to win a Phi Beta -'I caused by burning gasoline or other Co observe nine good rules for safe and most efficient railroad service'lhe California.
Holders of Preferred Stock, of Class A Preference Stock and of
Kappa key, and Professor Paul I material, because they smother the driving, has not only been studying world has ever known. Common Stcck of The Ciewiston Company may become partiesto

L. Sayre-, law professor at Iowa Uni oxygen supply necessary for the effective means of reducing accidentsbut the Plan by depositing their stock certificates, duly endorted irr -

versity. Sylvia! {graduates this June I maintenance of the fire. Water may also safety education methods. THE LITTLE FELLOW LOSES blank for transfer or accompanied by transfers in blank duly executed -
and in either case bearing the transfer tax stampsrequiredby
from New York Unlversly. Diet! exports -: spread such a fire. The United States Government; -
I Federal and New York State Law, on or before the close
,J,' anxious to learn what food Every householder owes it to his through the National Conference on The small country printer is the of business on June 30, 1931 ,with County Trust Company of.

7' -, 'ha, )its'1i] alp d induce such' mental I family to equip the home with hand Street and Highway Safety, State principal sufferer from government New York, as Depositary, at its principal office,. No. 80 Eighth
I fire extinguishers as of themas sale of stamped return-addressed en- Avenue, New York City.
alertness, learned that she eats what many Governments through offices of state
I Certificates of Deposit for claims, Receivers Certificates and
she likes hates spinach but likes J are nee ed. They should be kept motor vehicle commissioners, city velopes. stock will be issued by the Depositary with which the same are
lot where they can be reached quickly. Government envelopes_ with return / l
chocolate, eating and drinking a governments through local chiefs ot deposited. .
of It. Professor Sayre not only urges' Everyone in the house should know police and traffic commissioners! the addresses printed on them, arc sold Holders of Preferred Stock, of Class B Preferred Stock and of
Common Stock of the Sugai Company desiring to exercise the
,., his law students to keep mentally I where they are. You may well thank: automobile manufacturers throughthe at ,the same unlt--price whether the rights of purchase conferred by the Plan must, at the time of

trim by eating _chocolate, but he recently : your heavenly stars some day that National Automobile Chamber ot purchaser takes five hundred or a I deposit of their stock certificates, make payment to the Depositary I

passed out free chocolate,I you were thus prepared. Commerce, car owners through the million. The loss sustained by the with which such stock certificates have been deposited, i
I of the first instalment of the(purchase price,viz.$2.00 per share of I
t bars to his classes before a semesterexaminations. American Automobile Association. government on small orders is made
which Warrantswill
I stock deposited, against payment Participation I
Some change from the PLENTY OF MONEY the insurance companies, the National up by high profits on quantity or- be issued as contemplated by the Plan..

days when we used to? take candyto I[ Safety Council\-the list could be ders. As a result private envelop Creditor and stockholders are urged promptly to deposit their
*' furnish claims or stock as, in the judgment of the undersigned, the early
the toucher. manufacturing concerns can
Six billion dollars was offered the continued almost indefinitely are
consummation of the Plan is greatly in their interest '
Unied States Government when "It all engaged in safety education. Ana the l la"fge. consumer printed envelopesat
!I
.
Now that w'- have learned what put out the new issue of SOO,000,000; ) yet the number of automobile acci less than the government's.fig- Dated, June 151931.,

chocolate Is really good for we think Government bonds at three and one-' dents increases. ,ures. REED, ADLER & CO., BITTING, INCORPORATED

that It would be a wise economic. act I II I eighth per cent. Evidently a lot ot Motorists; are Invited -to call at But thesmall' printer is powerless.. Associate Rcozganhation: Manager, Reorganization Manager. ,

I It the taxpayers'could send about a 1\ people who got their money out' of Goodrich dealers_ and there sign He would be the natural recipient' of Los 724 South Angtles Spring, California.; Street,, 52 New Wall York Street Cit:}, < -

,, train load of the brain food to Tallahassee I the stock market and hid It away are pledges to observe nine simple rules the five hundred or one thousand I I '

:: to he disposed of by the Legis- anxious to get it In safe Governmentbonds.for safe driving. In return they re- I lot orders that large manufacturers) ';;---..;;.... -"" ,v.uLi -





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I( to Fort Myers Tuesday.nancocK ., Shroud's body was found Saturday j
morning and buried that afternoon at

2CE240e lJUD spent 'inursaay in Ortona. I LABELLE NEWSMRS.
> t' == /: == West Palm Beach on business. Dyess was held on circumstantial 9 I


Mrs. L. A. Morgan, Jr.. Phone 369 Pahokkeo Wednesday night to atteffd evidence., LEMUEL HO'WARD .,' j!

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I '
Hob Hancock motored to Fort My Friday Mr. and Mrs. itV.! Baker or vero Belle with J. G. Martin, the deafer mails
'- ers Monday on business. Miss Frances Tlppey of West Palm Reorganizing Beach are visiting their daughter, section, last week.G. .

I Mrs. C. M. LarrlcK and daughter, Beach was visiting in Clewiston on Sugar Company,I Mrs. L. L. Nelson, of LaBelle lor a 11. :Small: of Clewiston was a:

Mr. and Mrs. Tom :Shelley: havo Virginia, of Miami Locks were visiting Wednesday. few days.n. business visitor in Laueiie flynyiay.!

moved into the home 'owned by Mr.I in Clewiston Monday.Mr. ... (Continued from Page 1)) metier 01 the oarut:: >ota uiengo Edward Bronson who. is with the
Mrs. R. M. Hare and son,. Bobby.
and Mrs. Hoy Simpson. will conduct a singing class begin-,State Road Department In !\loor.e. Haven -
expected to return home Thursday -
are
and Mrs. W. C. Hansen and relatives in Northtaroutia. mon to be Issued. All common stock: ning Monday week. Everyone Is In- visited relatives in Laueiie over
arter visiting
,1\Ir. and Mrs. Neil Stewart left son. Billie, left Saturday for West will be held in a voting trust until I vited to attend. the week end.

Saturday:) to visit relatives .in ue- Palm Beach where they will make 1936. The plan has been approved by R. :::'t i. Luckey is In Arcadia Among the" LalJelle attendants at

troit. their home the the Arcadia Hospital Tuesday morn- the dance in 'Thursday
Fort
MY. and Mrs. J. E.. Beardsley and .creditors' committee: headed by Myers
children, Jimmie, Bobble, Dan and Frank L. Allen, by tho boards of di- ing to undergo an operattlon caused night were Mrs. Sam Carson, Misses,
I .
: Mr.. and Mrs. Charlie. Minor male J. K. Baker and Fletcher Baker Bruce, spent the week-end on the rectors of the Southern Sugar Com from minor troubles originating" from Lucille Hampton, Kosa ana Laura

: u ,business! trip to West Palm. Beach made business. trip to Fort Myers beach at West Palm Beach. pany, the Clewlston Company and the previous operation. II JUOUD, veatrice Miner, warren iniiA
I Saturday., I aturclaP.I the uaniberg Corporation or America :Mr. L. L. Nelson will be in full Magill. Mrs. Vivian Howard, Paul'

/I ",Father FInnegIn is spending this and' by the receivers of the Southern charge of Cooks Bee Farm while Mr. fciumvan, virgil Miner, toy warren
P. G. Bishop returned Thursday Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Prewitt were week in Jacksonville. Sugar Company, P., G. Bishop and J. !t. M. Luckkey Is In Arcadia. ] and Mr. and Mrs. Blitz Wegman.

,rom New, York' where he. has been : visitors: to West Palm Beach .Satur- L. Doggett. Tho many friends of Louis C. Bat Mrs. K. K. Small Misses liSna

for' the past week on business. day. !I August Burrlchter left Thursday The plan also provides for a maxI- ley of LaBelle will be glad to know I Small and Minnie Lou Howard and
he arrived in Houston. Texas, for a''
--- I for Detroit where he has accepted a mum urst mortgage bona issue U1 Harry Ulmer and F. Selby motored
Max unrlstie or JacKsonville arrived Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Nowllng and I position.Mr. $10.000.000 only part of which will be summer school course, then he prob to Palm, Beach, Sunday where they

in" Clewiston Wednesday and I! daughters, Gladyse and Dorothy:, of I Issued at this th 1e. Series A of this aby will be home for a short' '\y. visited Mr. and MrsRichard' ;jsman.

will be here for several days on bUSI- West Palm Beach were guests ot i and Mrs" Pafford who have issue in an 'amount not exceeding H. Frank Wilkinson, bS. a pioneer Misses Ethel and Mildred Sapp'

ness. .t'V Ih' g ffrlcnds here Saturday. I made their home at the Clewlston $1.200,000 l be Issued to creditorsor resident of this section died Sunday and Walter Gravely and Mr. Fletcher -

Inn for the "past few months have the company :aeries: is 'in uu mgnt alter a, long serge or :siCKness* ot Fort Myers were visitors in
Newt! Hatcher and Hurd Reeves 'of Paul Ueam :nd- Louis Morgan leased one of the Schultz apartmentsand :amount not exceeding $5,000,000 will Besides his wife he is survived by LaBelle Wednesday night

LaBelle were business visitors to made a business trip to West Palm' will be at home there throughthe be new money from stockholders participation two sons, Frank Wilkinson jr., and Bill Blakely of Moore Haven was

Clewiston Tuesday. Beach Tuesday. summer. and :Series: C In an amount Tom w. Wilkinson of J..a.HelJO. 'inree In LaBelle Wednesday visiting his:

.h not exceeding $2,500,000 will be Issued daughters, Mrs. Kate Anderson or friends. -
...',,, Mrs. H. C. Jones is visiing relatives Chicago;, Mrs. J. Lewis of immoka Blitz''
.. Mrs.\ B. F., Fears entertained a I to present bond, lien mortgage airs wegman ot ijatieiie yisI -
in Jacksonville.Mrs. number or children at ner nomo ALBERT DYESS IS and land ,contract holders. All issues lee and Mrs. Pete Frlerson of La-I ned her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. "W.

r '- Tuesday afternoon honoring her son r will pay six per cent Interest. nene. mineral services were nem Bullard in Tampa the past' week.

!:t. A. Bestor and children, Walker on his tenth birthday anni HELD FOR MURDER'OF This story was run in Wednesday'sissue Monday afternoon with Rev. R. W. Mrs. Donald DeLaney: of LaBello

;::1 George and Richard, left Thursday .versary. Games were enjoyed until of the Palm Beach Post. It Is Carlson officiating. Interment was in spent the ,weeK-end in, ciewiston visiting -

f to spend tho summer with relatives I rate afternoon when refreshments' not an official notice to the creditorsor tne fort iwyers cemetery.Mr. Mr.\ and Mrs. Harry Turner

'.. in the north. I were served to the loilowng guests: WALTER SHROUD stocknolders. We print tins information and Mrs Clyde Helms and i Oscar Luclcey and James Ketrlng

r.' I Hoy Green. Louis Morgan, Ullire due to the fact that the little son are visiting relatives m naa the mistortune or ovenurunx

X. Mr. and 11rs.V.. P. Vaughn, sr.. rI I IJ. Owen, llervio Bourne. Harry Vaughn Clewiston News has been desIgnated. South Georgia; for the summer. their automobile on the ,new highway

J. and :Mr. and Mrs. Harry Vaughn have I LeRoy fare, Willie V. and June Circumstantial Evidence as the offifcial notice to all matters r Mr., and Mrs. R. T. Guthrie, Mrs.G. Saturday afternoon. Both were seriously -

moved to the home formerly: occupiedby I Hooker: Jimmie Beardsley, Donald Only Clue To Murder pertaining to the receivership. This E. Townsend and Mrs. T. R. Hoi- injured. ,

-: Mr. and Mrs. Neil Stewart. Ueam, 1 J1 lber Hooker, Dan Beardsley. Is not official and we are using It for land of Clewlston visited felda! and Mr. and Mrs. Lindsay :Stalllngs) attended -

.I Jimmie Hall' J. D. Hooker, Bobbie Of Glades Citizen. whatever: information you night ODtain. LaBelle Wednesday. a show in Fort Myers Sunday

': :Mrs. ,Annette DeLaney of LaB
'j. was a ,visitor to Clewiston Friday. :M Ghee, Mildred Ward, Dorothy Albert Dyess of.Glades county, was the court has approved the plan but state organizer for the W. T. Haw-:: Mr. and Mrs. Clarence vest of tno

i # ." -' Hare, Bruce Beardsley and Pat Mc- arrested Tuesday on suspicion In connection have been unable to get In touch feign co., spent several aays in i.umunltles. SarasOta dredge in LaBelle, spent the

'- Judge George W.- Whitehurst and Ghee. with the murder of Walter with Judge George W.Whltehurst or Commander Owen made weekend in Tampa visiting ,reiatiyes
Stubbs Fort business Shroud. 48, at Jack's Branch lake, an this court. visiting
I Jtoy of Myers were the report for the Clewiston Post J. M. Smith of Tampa is
'i visitors to Clewiston Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Simpson of Mur- isolated part: of Glades county. and recited a long list of activities his daughter Mrs. Clarence Vest of

I ; phressboro, Tenn.. were weekend I Sheriff Jeff Wiggins or Glades American Legion undertaken by our post includingthe LaBelle 'for a few days.

t' --- visitors to Dr. and Mrs. W. T. Bailey.1 county, has. Dyess in custody! follow- beautification of our new state !\'rs.. J. W. Farr of Wauchula is
; Holds
Conference
I If. '. Mrs. Claude Downs Troy Puryear I ing the actual arrest made by Sheriff highway, our progress in Boy Scout visiting her husband J. W. Fair who

: and Jack House motored to West Paul Deans and daughter, Cather-'.I D. 'L. McLaughlin of Hendry, who is Meeting Here Sun. i work. organization of junior baseball -Is whit the Stale Road Department
!ne, and son, Donald, spent :Sunday: assisting Wiggins in the investigation. -
._ Palm: Beach Friday on business. I placing a guard to protect" the boy .I In LaHelle.I -
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it Crescent Beach "
Continued from Page 1) scouts at their swimming place, or I
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Airs, carl 'Werner Airs JulitouI McLaughlin said Shroud apparently ganlzatlon of a volunteer fire department -
;
I a4 Mrs. B. E. Nail Miss Monroe shot while at a : to draw up rules and regulations, for
made standing
Crouch ,and Mrs. McDuffie Frances was pump committee: Buddy Eng of Arcadia, our aid in the promotionof '
i the conduct of the 6th district was
::1' 4l .. shopping trip to West Palm Beach lUll Vsumpuuii hall! moiorea to on the l little farm where he lived. Ai Buddy Franklin of FortMyers and the sale of poppIes on Poppy Day
; put into form of, a motion by, Buddy
1 ., ----.- Buddy James E. Beardsley ,of Clew- and the conducting of the Legion '-seconded and
'- : Franklin. Motion ,
Ii I iston. Dances which are a great aid, ,in this
passed. The chair Appointed on
All posts present made reports or furnishing entertainment In the com
Ii .. ', committee Kurtz or Fort wyers; &Dersola :-
the various activities indulged In'
,. -.-. munity. of Arcadia; Dewey, Punta Gor-
I.'t' ,.". I I since the first of the year for the ;, suggestion by Conference commander '

: >-t ; ---i Civic welfare of their respective com I I Noles to nave a committee da.
I : I "::::fi':.::=;::=. I The Conference Commander then
: --'; introduced Buddy Harvey Wood ot
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I', "' ,. J....... ...:.:/1..:.;.; l i y.Bil the Department of Junior Baseball.:
,..,.- --:-- .:.:...... .....;.:..::.'. y Harvey Wood gave us a very interesting -
r I itfI THE PRINCE THEATRE talk on the why of Junior

S T1j Baseball. He pointed out that punior
!I baseball hrts the basic purpose or

j i ; r. PAHOKEE, FLA. building the: junior boys into future

f. cltlzenshipjfHe explained? how junior
I mlu>I
.
I l.t i i i ir aI k Talking pictures at their best.: baseball inadverdently makes for
It
good sportsmanship helps to keep:
"
i Show starts 7 &9 m.
1 Showing everyday p. the boys fit, eliminates bad nabits.

I 4p J keeps the boys mind clean, teaches
-L PROGRAM JUNE 21st min loyalty, teaches them to think

IY1/1 Otl/ quickly in emergencies, to be good
MONDAY. TUESDAY 21, .. 22 winners, to win modestly without

... boastrullucss., to be brave losers, impresses .
.; 1 An all-star cast of team
.. 1 the great necessity
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work and teacnes them to subordinate -
t' ;: : ,.,, in ... .. personal glory for tHe sake: ot
-
i OHFORAMAN. .: the team. In short, with all\ these
r boys are boundto
I qualities, our young
I 13-Ton 131-Inch Stake Truck-Price, Including body $710. Dual wheels$25 : Fox' into good citizens that will
; t extra.With 157-Inch wheelbase Including body $810,dual wheels standard Comedy: K grow
be a credit to the nation.

{ '$ : ; Kid Roberts News The CEalf, then Introduced Judge

1\\ : Ton foil" ton nUe for mile A Comedy Feature Advocate Franklin ,of Fort Myers .

: o. : t who made a brief but interestingtalk.
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"TUESDAY WEDNESDAY 24 .
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Che"f'@le -
Si.cyhnder trlUJdks m
.' .i Their being: no further business,

The Four Marx Brothers the meeting' ,,adjourned for ten mm-

: cost les to .op i"'ate I I utes ,.after, which i the Flag Exerciseswere
In [ Disrict Vice Com:
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ANIMAL CRACKERS I mander Noles.South .

1 f: .t It is 'a matter of record, charges on both parts and laborare j c"r.. .

, tea- among more and. more exceptionally low., That the active life of 1 A LAUGH RIOT
y large fleet operators, that Chevrolet six- Chevrolet trucks extends well past the Florida Fair :

' cylinder trucks give a lower transportation 50,000 mileage -mark. Comedv Universal ,

cost than any other truck of equal capac- Cleaning UpTHURSDAY' ., News Re-elects Brorein Pres.

ity in the market. To place your hauling on a,, minimum-cost, .- T.-. --- ---- -. ....--. -'-.- -- ---' -
basis--and keep it there-put Chevrolet 1 FRIDAY 25.. 26
'.;, These firms are finding, through experience : -
six-cylinder trucks to work. A wide variety President AV. G. Brorem, of the
Chevrolet sedan deliveries
that
are
Mary Nolan Edward Robinson I South Florida Fair and Gasparilla
of Chevrolet-built bodies is now available.
capable of 20 miles or better, to the In
t r its organization
; And delivered prices of Chevrolet trucks Owen Moorein Carnival since
1 gallon of gasoline; that Chevrolet 1 IM-ton reelected at the annual

trucks are making fuel records which are complete and ready for work, are based I 1912 meeting was held, in,. Tampa last wccis.

relatively just as high. That it costs very on lowchassis-cosland low body-cost, plus Other officers reele ft were J. Edgar -

little to keep Chevrolet trucks in first-class only reasonable charges for handling I OUTSIDE 'THE LAW Wall, 1st Vice President, Isaac

{.. working order. That Chevrolet service and financing. Maas, 2nd Vice President, llowell '1'.
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Anniversal Pictures Lykes, Treasurer and Russell Kay
"i i r Chevrolet IVi-ton chassis with 131" wheelbase $5 Strieder was reappointed
O P. T.
II! Fox Secretary. ,
(Dual wheels optional, $25 extra) /: Comedy General Manager.
; Us ton chassis with 157" whcolbasc $590 Commercial'chassis,, $355 '- News Fair holds the
,Next Door Neighbors The South Florida
,, (Dual wheels standard) .
-4 Fair In the
All truck chassis prices f, o. b. Flint, Michigan. All truck body prices f. o. Indianapolis, position of third largest
: Indiana. Special equipment extra. Low delivered prices and easy terms. ; SATURDAY United States from the standpoint o:
it is operated as a cooperative
attendance,
:' I Sally Starr George Duryea oHl-
.. wan-profit organization
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I .. ,See your dealer below ,', ,. Mona Ray Lee Moran -, cers and directors serving to without bring
'being
pay. its sole purpose
I the attention. of winter: visitors
.. to
I
i PARDONin MY GUN and Floridians as well the resourcesand
Florida.
opportunities of
:" :I CLEWISTON MOTOR; COI1PANY No. 4 Oswald Dates for tho, holding of the 1932!

i Chapter South Florida Fair wero set by tha

The Indians Are Coming Cartoon. Board of. Directors for Feb. 2 to 13.

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court to the reopening agreement, In the that out. I solid par lion. Slip tho skins, and remove father.
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view of tho fact. that no one has.., bth Inning j I'!i the black spot from the blossom -|I 1 cs' 1 !know it was. I saw a man

raised any objections, whatsoever to : Sharpless singles to left; Thomas end. Pack, THE
(, solidly into tin or looking for It. (Which reminds us CLEWISTON NEWS
ARE BEING BUILT tIle plan and In view or the tact it grounds to pitcher forcing"Shaipless I glass containers, filling the glass jars j.II''I tat:; on some golf courses they don't.

seems satisfactory to everyone inter at second: Mathis flies to short center but leaving a head space of one furth wait for the "losl" balls to stop rolling PHONE 339DorGt5.k

TO SERVE LABELLE ested in it, I do not feel I should permit D. Hooks making a nice catch; I to one eighth inch on the tins. A tea- before picking them up.) ,

my personal views to govern In Thomas out stealing Hawkins to D.1. spoon of salt and one of sugar mixed' J "

the matter rather than tho views ot I Hooks.! may be added to each quart. Seal the I Says Knockout Riley: "Cheeze kid ,

Sears Plant Will Be the comptroller the people who I v.; White fans; Dick Hooks stops ;( glass jars and process in boiling i' dat last article you wrote tor de paper '

are interested in the' bank. I at second when Mathis takes: his j water; pints 30 minutes and quarts I wuz a pippin." To which One- .

Closed; Power From The two corporations will release slow roller and over throws first I 35 minutes. Exhaust the tins seal I Round Pete replied: "Dat's wot dey ...;..,

'-- Fort Myers. $33,000noith of collateral back to, base; Nail out short to nrst DICK i while hot and process for about five I tell me. Y' know, buddy, sometimes "'.

the bank which on reopening \\I11have Hooks going to third;; Baker: bears I minutes less than the glass jars 1 wlsh't 1 could read:. ir.
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- out ,an Infield hit scoring D. Hooks;
_: Construction: of ,a new electric from 15UOO to ?lt,OOU in open ; Cool quickly. Ooilaf

r HfihX line from Fort :Myers to LaBelle accounts, Mr.\ Bryant said. In addition Baker steals second and scores on Tomato Juice "Is the manager in?" T 4I

ha3! been started' 'by the Florida I there will be approximately McFceters single to right, Speedy Tomato juice is proving to be a "No, he just went out to lunch '27
; going to second on tne throw nr;' ,-
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Power and Light Company. The new; 54U.UOU In collateral to pay ort tile new and quite popular drink. Its richness with his ..... .
McFceters steals third Wilson -- -
line when completed will furnish the depositors while the balance are ; Pete in vitamins and organic acids "I see. When he gets back with the ""- -

cities of LaBelle Olga and Buck- cured. 'Then we can pay out all se-I batting for Hawkins grounds out sec- is well known. It has. proven most., stenographer tell him his wife called SEND '
Inghajn ,with electric lights and pow- collection money_ (on collateral!). .\ m ond to first for the final out. popular when practically all of the (and we're betting that office boy is
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(Blair catching for Ulewiston In looking for a job) THE CLEWISTON
er. Bryant said in definitely asserting pulp is removed.
? place of Hawkins.)
The Florida power and Light com he expected the bank to remain open. Select red-ripe, firm tomatoes.I

pang has been furnishing the city off; The bank's officers: F. E. Bryant, ,- 9th Inning Wash them and cut out the cores. bne:::> was sitting in a aarK coiner I LAUNDRY CO.

LaBelle with power from its :Sears: president; J. R. Poland vicepresident Young Hooks continued his excel Cook lightly in a covered container.I Noiselessly he stole up behind her, I rVfilns and fretting about any

plant. This plant was built by the ; W. T. Marfield vice'-president; lent pitching by tossing out Davis Extract the pulp by passing the and before she was aware of his. poor laundry work that you happen'n
I' fanning Roberts and taking Bates'casy
he had kissed her.
Power Company to meet the &an; J. J.I.. cooked l fruit and presence
requirements teed vice-president; through a coarse .. It" 7ctig will not help matters.
pop for the third out. I "MOW .
aare snneKecr
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of the Sears saw mill which Elliot, cashier and Harold Rosenberg then a fine se ve. Add a little salt if you '
I _Cothren fouls out to first; w. "Pardon me." he bluffed, readily Th thing to do is to "right about
tvas in operation at the time the assistant cashier. desired or it may be added when the
Hooks flys out to light; Swindle nit- i lOr Hiniiph* ynufpre mv sister." face" and change to our service!
plant( was constructea. Directors: F. E. Bryant Palm juice is served. Heat the juice to 150
Tbe: Sears plant has also been Beach; .J. It. Poland Pahokeev.; ting for D. White fans. degrees F., pour into hot containers I'-:"You dumb bx. I am jour sister." Wearing the laundry that comes
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manufacturing ice., This, service was T. Marfield and Earl J. Reed, Lake seal and sterilize at about 180 degrees '!sick from this shop will put you ina
ton 4. I ....
-extended to LaBelle and Ulewiston. Worth; Malcolm W. Bigg Clowiston; i F. mgher' temperatures tend to -- hai;ry frame of mind.

Since the Sears plant has closed the H. L. McDonald. Orlando, and J. M. destroy the flavor. -

Cie.\\'iston branch of the KlorICaPoyer Elliott. Canal Point. Reorganization Of 666LIQUID

and Light Company has been Sugar Company Which brings us to the sweet young CLEWISIQNLAUND'RY

purchasing! Its Ice from the Moore Lake Placid TeamTakes thing who wailed: "What shall I do? OR TABLETS inc.
Now Under
Way ,
Haven plant. It is understood that _
I'm engaged to a man who says he Relieves a Headache or Neuralgia In EL PASO AVE.& SAN BONITAST.
Second Ball '
LaBelle will receive their ice from simply can't bear children?" 30 minutes checks a Cold the first jesV .

Font Myers. Game From Locals (Continued from Page 1) "Well, you can't expect too much day, and checks Malaria in three days CLEWISTON A \ FLORIDA :

The work of stringing the lines from a husband" consoled her girl 666 SALVE FOR BABY'S COLD
and poles from the tourist camp effect this will have on the Com menu. Ifour$naws -> / Laundry
(Continued from Page 1)
east of Fort Myers to LaBelle will( pany we do not know.

require about sib months work and We do feel however that the_.sugar, .I
Judged his (Cobbsfly to short center Tommy came home proudly showIng
v/m involve an expenditure of about business will continue to make prog-
both score ahead of Yensen when i a quarter that he said he had
50,000. It is undersood that the company I ress in the Everglades and the i m: ,
his double gets lost in the shrubbery found In the street. ,
Is using all local men. a creW'or creditors and stockholders of the "
m aeep center i.nooKs goes m an "Are you sure it was lots? asked
'twenty is now at work on erecting company who are not willing to wort
RUSH and Cothern takes Hackett'splace LEGAL NOTICE CLEWISTON FOLKS .
the poles and stringing, the with the new organization and feel NOTICE OF SHJWKIFF'S SALrf
in center.) ; Sharpless fans; i
wire?. that they can get more "by pushing .
More than 400 poles wll be reQuited inomas nys out to lucreeteib aim their claims than by cooperating Notice is hereby given mat unaer THE HOTEL TAMIAMIMiami
Nail throws out Mathis. I and by virtue of an execution issu-
to complete the job and thousands with the Co. then the new organization -
W. Hooks out pitcher to first; Dick ing out of and under the seal of the
of: feet of wire. The work is can let the company go bankrupt :- County Court of Hillsborough County FloridaWELCOMES
White singles to right (Cothern run- .
progresr"ag! rapidly and should He ; and take it over without assum- Florida on the 24th day of April
ning him) ; E. White fans; Cotn-
completed on schedule time. fOr iug these Obligations. We feel that rj.il, In a certain cause or action YOU '
ern goes to second on wild pitch anG therein pending wherein The dull
When the new current Is turned on the .new organization will be In a
steals third; Dick Hooks comb Fertilizer Company, a corporation
info LaBelle the Sears plant will be much stronger financial position and
through singling{ sharply to left,; was plaintiff, and U. It. Tanner was The most perfectly ventilated hotel in the south
closed until the mill again resumes scoring the uaDDit out is tnrown out will be able to meet their obligations aeiendant, 1 have levied on and will

operations. Ice Is no longer manu- if the creditors and stockholders -, on Monday, tile bth say or July A
facturcdTal the Sears plant. ,at second trying to stretch his hit will only work with them. If the I D. 1931 the same being a legal sale Storage space across street European planA
into a doubter and during the legal hours or
company should go bankrupt it win day: ,
4th Inning i sale on said date offer for sale at
Canal 'Point Bank Dick: White throws out Davis at, not- eirect tne present crop nor win the door of the court house in Hen-
it effect the present reorganization dry County Florida, and sell to the
first; William Hooks tosses out Roberts
Will Be Reopened plans: It seems that the men in highest and best bidder for cash the

F By Mr. Bryant and fans Bates. 1 I charge or reorganizing tne companyare following described real property SI- .mm Ba m m m .
Nail beats out a slow roller down tuated in said County of Hendry and
I anxious to see that every creditor J .Dm
: I the thord base line for, a hit; Baker I described sa follows, to'wit:
,
I i Is paid In lull and that
every charter of: tae r&1
(Continued from Page 1))) I rifles one to Yensen too hot to handle me :southeast: _.. ;;
I I siocKnomer receives a like: valUe bur aoutneast quarter or toe iNorm-
Nail taking third on tne pray; NUll !: ,
his stock in the present company. east quarter of Section 35, Town- ';, .;. ;,', -:" ', : -" 111
standing deposits'mc1 receives U, scores when McFeefers is thrown i 10: South of flange 2'J 1 .!.asr: except flJth "
We Have faith in the sugar business ;
509.00 in cash which Is the only new out pitcher to first Baker taking one acre in the Soutn\\r:
In the Glades and believe
that
money to go into the uank.. Also, second on the play; Cothren grounds corner, 70 ;yards square belong- I

the... bank will regain pssession of out to first unassited and W. HooTcs the men in charge of the reorgacl. ing to the Methodist Church. .

certain w. collateral which bank officials retires Hie side grounding out pitcher: Company' Said property is being sold as the HOME AWAY FROM HOME ,
had delivered to two corporation to first: property or U. K. aimer, ana to
ry the business on and develop the satisfy the judgment and execution
/, 'in some way affiliated with, or 5th Inning m
plans started by B. G. Dahlberg. against said J. R. Tanner above mentioned
collateral given -
concerning which was
Aicuauile safe when uaker leaves with costs. .
to these two corporations about a the bag on Dick White's high throw; R. II. HANCOCK Sheriff, m .

Month before the bank closed In order Cobh grounds to pitcher and both HINTS 'TO HOUSEWIVES By N. W. HATCHER mm

to secure these corporations for men safe on an attempted double Deputy Sheriff.

520.00000 winch the corporations play; both advanced on a passed CANNING TOMATOES -- 1 TRY OUR SUNDAY DINNERS e

placed] on deposit in the bank. ball and McCaulie scores a_ moment ,
"I do no like to approve this agreement -I later on Yensen's sacrlllce fly to Fortunately canning does not materially -

for fear if will bo thought thatI deep center; Cobb taking third on change the texture or food ffi

do mean to approve this method oti'I the throw In; Sharpless lans but value of tomatoes. They are the sim- .

permitting these two corporations,]I Hawkins drops the last strike and I plest of all vegetables to can, and 1 .

one of which_ also held two-fifths of Cobb scores on the throw to test; I can be used in many pleasing ways i ,, You can get a room and board at our hotel that

the stock: In the bank:, to procure tne Dick White to Baker retires Thomasfor proving attractive, palatable, and .
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will make
great bulk of the collateral for their I i for the final out. healthful you feel athome.E3 .

own use rather than require It to be D. White pops to second; E. White Canning Process ra --
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used for all he depositors of tho fans; D. Hooks ,grounds out secondto Select and wash well ripened toma- I mJ

bank; alike."So first toes. Scald them in boiling water for I

rtifa'--3greement Is con- 6th Inning about a minute or until the skin will fr3Jm

cerlled there is no 1 limit to the Mathis out Nail to' Baker; uavis slip easily. Remove the core by Inserting i "

amount of expense that may be Incurred singles through second; Roberts cut a knife about one half inch

in the liquidation. 'ine re- pitcher to first advancing Davis to from the stm and cutting around the
O CLEWISTON'b POPULAR HOTEL
opejilng will permit the officers of second; Bates lines out to pitcher B ,"""

the; bank to effect secret compositions retiring the side. .

and settlements with creditorsof Nail fans; Bales takes Baker's -' 1J .

'the bank without securing the approval high fly In deey center making a GENERAL ELECTRIC J

of the comptroller or the nice catch; MclTeeters singles to

court,. The reopening plan placesbath I right, steal second but Is thro'wn out [REFRIGERATORS, RADIOS & SUPPLIES' 1 THE WATANABE HOTEL |

... into control of the bank the, at third trying to stretch on catcher'sbad
F'.m officers who ran tho bank In I throw. C. E. STEBEL DEALERFor 83E2 .

such., shape that It could not contin- 7th Inning 1 ? .- MRS. CLAUDE DOWNS, Manager. .
Glades ,Hendry & Upper Glades .
ua'to close w
do business and had to Aiccauiie grounas out roll to waiter : s

Us doors. I and Dick White handles Cobb and RADIO SERVICE ,r,

*'Atho same time, from the recora1.lt Yens'n by the same route. .
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appears that tho comptroller Hawkins fans: Cothern singles to : = I.
Pahokee Theatre
Ivos approved this plan and that cener and! steals second. He goes -1.9 I BuildingPahokee "

thte oUrlhs of the depositors: Imveapnfovoa ; third when \y. Hooks grounds out .

it. It'' also" appears' that: nodepositor J 1 I i ser ond (o frst.' but Is left stranded I Florida .

> has file any objections In When rensen throws out u. wnite. .- ':! .... .. .. ...............




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