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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: July 24, 1931
Publication Date: 1928-
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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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fT/rere/ Industry AndAgriadiure The Clewiston '. 'irisCenlae/,. '*

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VOLUME 5NO. 31 Ll'WlSTON.-'F 1DAY. JULY 24. 1931' ::: : -- PMCE: 5 CENT

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! r BRIDGE WORK NOW I Dae THE Max.-i i ::.ATI' Mm..u' < Rainfall I C. "' : :r rWP ,Destroy Himself :':' 1" LA',L LEVhLU SENATE' PAbStS 'fY10CENT

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COMPLETED FROMaEWISTCfrLABELLE: July 13 ............ S3" 78 I July l
July 14 ............ 00 ', 78 I JUly 14 ....."........_....... 15.6) Ib.o
"July: I lb! .._........ i Z' I. 'if: t.:.t Thr. 4 July 15 ..................,1i.4 ll.o READY ADJOURN

July IB ............ i1 '/'/ July 16 ..............,......... 15.5 16.5

July 17 ..:......... 86 76 .34 .Y .JC'y r 9 3 July 17 ......................? 15.5 15.3

{ July 18 ............ 80 72 .U: July. .18 ................T....... 16.. 16.4 Bill Up To House For
Convicts Are Working July'' lf: .......... 1:10: 7d J .04 July 19 ...? .................. 1E.5 16.6
,. On Shoulders Of < r Consideration; FailureIs

Road Now. HENDRY COUNTY TO ;.a t t WORK ON FIRST Predicted.,


The Sngarland Highway from t The fight'between-the land barrens

Clewi ton to LaBelle Is now open to RECEIVE $91,236.00FOR ; UNIT OF DIKE IS and the merchants of '''the state has

traffic. The two bridges that have simmered down to an additional
been under construction have been $3,200 GAS TAX NOW UNDER WAY gasoline tax of two cents. ,Just why

tne members or the legislature are
completed and 'Jith Che exception of
picking on the automobile businessis
several banks of sand
removing large
that was removed from the culvertsWo Taxes Can Be ReducedAt Dragline Now Working more than the public can rtgest at

road Is In first class condition. Once If Assessor Twenty-Four Hours this time.
, '-' 'ine senate passed tne two cent au-
State convicts are now working
Cuts Roll. On First Unit. dltional gasoline tax Tuesday and 11
on the shoukers of the road and will
y this is passed by the' house both
have this work completed within a
During the month of June Hondry I The experimental dike that is be branches of the government will adjourn
weeks.
few '
'. county purchased '41,734'gallons of : ing constructed by the United States Saturday after one of the most
The road has not received Us finishing :
Engineers on Lake Okeochobee near expensive sessions the state has ever
gasoline and 5662 gallons of kero
touch as the gravel has not the United States corn borer: station at Arlington, Mass:, the Known.
P- ;;. ; ,4 boon placed on the oil dressing. This sene. During the past four months mentis developing'parasites from the;.farm':and garden pest-the corn go\.ern.1 Liberty Point is progressing rapidly
the of gasCline has ana with tno largt dragline at' worK The general sales tax was Wiled bY
consumption
will "ie done, as soon as ,the legislature There ,are 99,000 borers contained, in'the ,rack shown above ana the ,
steadily increased in 'the county; millions otborers. enty-four hours daily the first unit the senate and the cigarette tax: received
ltdjonrns. The state road do- hal a supply of ., Eggs and larvae of tiny parasites which
,partment; has already set aside fundsto With the additioril 2 cents gas tax prey on borers are bred with the unwilling assistance of the captives. J[ should, be completed on SChedule tne, same medicine. Tne Mouseand

I' '. complete this section of tUe'roade that Has just passed the Senate and I time. Senate have been killing each

1 Convicts are working on ,the gradeftom according to Governor Carlton, "will' imi dike will be approximatelyone I other's pet bills all through the ses
,: I EVERGLADES hundred'feet across.at the base sion and unless\ the members of the
I LaBelle to tho Lee county line have to be passed ),.( .the.House or 1 DRAINAGE BOARD APPROVES
ana tats section snouts bo compieteuby I will ca!! nn extra session," will make and graduated' to 15 feet at the top. House become. disgusted and pass the

i the middle of next year. the gasoline users of Hendry counly BUDGET FOR MAINTENANCE OF LOCKS AND"CANALS The dike is composed of rock and senate bill ,they will be forced into,

Traffic.., from Clewiston to the West pay' $3200 into the state treasure. muck and will have to be accepted. another extra: session..

coast i increasing every week and The 'county will be woll reimbursedfor by: file government betore otner sections .:, uovernor ,carlton is determined to

; 0 unless the state Improves,, the road this expendltu> for they will receive IN THE NEW DESIGNATED AREAS can be completed.The I see that the ad valorem tax on land

!> lrom Clewfston to West Palm Beach approximately $91, 36.00. Over, small dragline is being moved is reduced. hls.shou'Jd. be done but

business firms ''n, that city will suffer this distribution the House and Ben- along the southern :snores of the laKe something besides gasoline tax

.:M,. trom loss ,of business during the sea- ate:! nave been lighting during tne en Largest Item In Budget Is,.for Removing Hyacinths and vi 111 start work on the dike In Should help to pay this obligation.
lOn (In tne Glades. tire session. I tfont 61 the tov nsite of Clewiston. The.eyes oil, the state will again
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f, From Canals Drainage Money To Be Spent turn towards Tallahassee and their
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---- \vitn trims additional revenue mere ; j This dragline: is building a, base for

r CANE BREAKERS is no reason why the County! Tax As In Area In Which It Is Paid From. the larger dragline to work on. ,ears will be close to the ground on
sessor should not cut the assess .. There will be six of these experimental the extra session call. Just what ex-

I ment roll of the county at once and discs ouiit along the snores oi tra' expense the taxpayers are going

:,: CONTINUE TO HOLD the woard or county commissioners The Everglades Drainage Board, ] h for 'outlined work. 13, cents. the lake and will give the contractors to be put to during the_ next. twenty
meeting heldd in West Palm Beach on *t. .E. flay will be watched with interest.
should that
this is done before
see : 'a good estimate as to what the
: they accept the roll. If they fail to I July 14th resulted In the loiiowmi. 1 Hillsboro Canal: .Excavation bar oT
JINX ON PAHOKEE cost constructing the finished diKa
I : I maize budget being read and adopted toJ and shoals $1,600; Removal of uya
f this adjustment then the people I will be. Contracts will be advertised COURT ORDERS THE
I the maintenance of,, their property 'cinths $7000.
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should demand_ the reason why it ior on me tirst ot August ana actual
I d'uring the coming year as provided "Hillsboro Canal Loc kand :Spillway :
was not done. ,work on the main dike is expectedto '
j Will Try To Break Jinx During the next few years,, taxes nor in :Section:) y ':Senate:) mil no. Esc' : No.' 1 ?3i)0) ; Upkeep of buildings begin as soon as the urns nave 'RECEIVERS NOT TO
of the regular .session of lasi. ,none.
With Lake Placid
are going to he slow in coming into '
: been approved by the War Depart.
: Objections were heard as to trig ai| !; 3 Hillsboro Canal Lock and Spill
"' -f, the 'county tax collector's office. Conditions ment. SPEND ANY MONEY
:. ', Sunday. vision of the area and their mainton)]'' way No., 2 $300; Upkeep of build- ,
I :, --- -- I over>. the. country,:..are. ,,. .not, ,,Jmpruvmtfjincr ''ance"but: noriction'a'a5'tak: ; i :n ouiihS ........\.. ...- ',. ..J.iIo., _.r"\../ ,._,_..-... ...,..:.....10. :.... Vltl, the I ..,a approach:..of. :.the_ .. stormy. ; ,
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i' -RABBIT" COTHERNThe matter as to the objections filed. Th 4Cross State Road Canal from the
tion'cannot stand to pay any higher May Secure Loan With.i
f ----- :Southern Sugar Company tiled several northwest corner of T. ,44 :S.: Rg. 39 looking forward to the completion I
.. Clewiston Cane. Breakers came rate of taxes than: they are now' pay 'oSjeclIons.) The following resou.: JW., fo the Hillsboro Canal no work. of this work and with the information 'Obligating The .
ing. ,
away from Pahukee Sunday with an ticn was passed at ,the meeting held emergencies!: and contingencies ?lbGO already completed as to tne
The legislature has helped tne tax Court.
other ball, game tucked under their on the 14th and the tentative budgetwas ; Maintenance Area benefitted by survey and cost of the work well unaer
payers of Hendry county and its er _
belt and another notch cut on their adopted as follows: 'above works designated as Maintenance way the_ uoveinment engineers '
bat which gives us a total or ten: sect win be leu it the tax roils are WilURfcJAS; : this board has on' this Area "E". Necessary tax per _are expected to start.: immediate construction Judge George W. Whitehurst at a .' :...
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i games won against four lost., The adjusted to take care of the' additional date confirmed the division of land eacn acre in iviantenance area & of; this dike. hearing held in his chambers at Fort I

final score was 6 to 1.I' revenue that the county will within the Everglades Drainage Dis- for outlined wokr 5 cents. Myers last Saturday ordered that the '
receive and the people will (be re .. Receivers of the Sugar Company P.
Playing'a ,
seven inning game, the ?
[ict into maintenance Areas in accordance F" 'I
4 last two innings being almost- in dark. lieved if they are given this benefitat with the provisions of Sec 1 North: New River Canal from ATTEMPT TO BRING U. uisnop and J. 'l,. uoggett, retrain ', ,

'. ness fanofcee and tne uieaKers once. lion t y> of Senate Bill No. 332, regular I Lake OEeechobee to tide water; Ex from spending any more or the Receivers

f mixed it up again but they failed.t to session of 1931, and cavatiou. og bars 'and shoals $15OOU, PROPOSED GAS TAX jnoney derived from the sale '.:. I
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, get revenge for the games we, nave M'CLURE IS PUT IN WHEREAS: this Board has caused Removal of hyacinths $7.500. 'of sugar that manufactured nero
won fronI them. We played the nightcap 'to bo 2 '' : Lock and this season. The court allowed tne r+
'prepared a budget of, cost or North New River' Cana BEFORE HOUSE LOST
of a double header and a nightcap maintaining and operating all of' tne Spillway No. 1 ?300; Upkeep of build Receivers to draw whatever money
I. it was because the last two inn CHARGE OF WORK works of Everglades Drainage Dis Ings $100. was left in the Sugar Refinery atsavannan ],

ings were not much more than the trict heretofore constructed during 3 North New River'',Canal Lock and ::! ana to pay tne local obligations .!

\ pitcher. 'practicing with the 'catcher ,AT FORT MYERS the year beginning ui the 1st day o I Spillway No. '4 3MOO; Upkeep or bund- Efforts Defeated Twice; up to and Including July IGth. a I

: "nna tne batter sending at, tne plate November, 1931, and ending on the jugs ;100. Representatives Study No money could be spent from this ;

swinging by sound instead of sIght. 31st day of October. 1932. which said 4 ,Appurtenant structures and fund beyond this date. 't.(

,,1 heard one of the batters tell the ]. W. Moore Will Be InCharge ouaget IS' as loiiows: works, removals of obstructions $'i.a80. Other Problems." '1 ne court also oraered tne Ke ,

": catcher he couldn't see the ball and "A" .- ceivers to convert the balance or this
the catcher told Of Local Work TALLAHASSEE, July 23.-Attempt money into Government securities
him to strike when
Indian Prairie Canal, Removal or uitirgencies. ,ana coutinyeucies ,4J '
ho heard it coming because he was On Lake Dike. shoal $4300. Emergencies and contingencies 120. Maintenance Area bouefltted DY to bring the proposed two-cent gasoline and deposit same to the account of
his mitt : tax bill before the Florida house the Receivers in the local bank arFort
just nolding up there hop $860' Maintenance Area beneutted above works designated as Maintca

S ing tnat the. bail nit in it. i missed ,,14'UHT'' Y, ;its, July 21;.-Division by above works designated as ante Area "F". Necessary tax per ,through action of the rules committee Myers.
a fly out there In broad ". was, defeated twice, huisday. The court allowed the Receivers to
daylight ana of the Lake Dkeechobee-Callosahat Maintenance Area "A". Necessary each ,acre in Maintenance Area 1'
If A majority of the committee voted. continue In :charge for another thirty -
they had done that the last inningVJ" chee-
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flood control and drainage proj tar per each acre in MaintenanceArea ror outlined worK 13 cents. '
it would nave meant a new ban tor at a noon, meeting .to recommenu day perlo'd but ordered that no
ect into two parts was announced to "A' for outlinM work y cents. "G"JL
I I. them because I would rather have day by J. W. :McClure, war depart 'In" juiami anal 'irom i ase UKee- that. the bill be considered Thursday money be spent by them except that

I ; bought them a new one than to lOOK ment inspector. McClure has been narney, r'ona canal, none. luiuei- chobee to its Intersection' with South afternoon. The session will end 'Sat. received from outside source that

i for that one out there in the muck. placed in charge of the Collojahat: gencies and Contingencies, none. ,New River Canal: Excavation of bars urday. This report+'was ruled out or would not obligate the court or Ke

,". ranokee didn't lose on errors. We cnee spillway and navigation project :Maintenance Area benefltted by and; shoals $SOO; Removals of hyacinths order by :Speaker: Clay Lewis, Jr., In ceivers to repay.
j. out nit and out played tnem tnrougn and arrived here this morning to above works designated as Maintenance $2200. tile house, on the ground the bill was The Receivers it Is learned have secured -

: f. the entire game. When hits were cstabiisii headquarters. His part or Area "U" Necessary tax per 2. Miami Canal Lock and Spillway:: not otticlally of record with tno sufficient funds to operate the
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:f' needed to score a run we, had, 'em-, the work involves from the lake to ach acre in Maintenance Area "11' No. 1 ?300; Upkeep of buildings $100. house. properties;:; fur auuiimr *- -j uajo
,i'' i sacrifice hits and clean hard singles the west coast outlet in the gulf.J. for outlined work, none. I Emergencies and contingencies $680. Representative Keen, :Sarasota:; ot 'and at that time the new organization -

" t that no. one could handle on any ban W. Moore will have charge ot 'C" ,.Maintenance Area benemtcd uy tered u similar recommendation at a is expected to takeover- and re

F diamond is what went a long( way tile unuetnooee project' wan uuau- Nine Mile Canal none. Emergencies above works designated as Maintenance second called meeting of the committee organize the Company.

toward winning that games well as quarters at Clewiston. Approximately and contingencies, none. Maintenance Area "G".. Necessary tax per .alter: nouae aujuuiuiueiit_ inuito: The following orders were issued "
! good fielding. I'll bet two bozines tftar 3.000000 is involved in McCiure's Area benefitted by above works eacn acre in Maintenance'' Area "tr day night. Chairman Caldwell, aarfiaKosa : by Judge ,Wliitehurst on last aatur-
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there are ft couple of boys in faho- project with the remainder of the Designated as Maintenance Area '\. for outlined work 2 cents. of the committee, ruled tno day and are published by the court

kee who would like to see something more than y.OOO.UOO to be spent on Necessary tax per_ each acre in rm "H" proposal out of order. ror tue miormuuon or me creuitora:

1 happen to Lefty Rele'rand Dick me complete program to be used in tetiancoArea r ."C" for"'outlined worn 1 South New River Canal from the "Our action Tnurbday was ridiculous IN THE: CIRCUIT COURT HUJNUK*

HOOKS 'iney don't look so mucn lake} work, and dr'dging a channelon west line of Section 28, Township Mi in assuming that a bill not on COUNTY FL.UK1DA

/ like robbers but they certainly took the south principally for construction none."D" South, Range 40 E.. to its junctionwith house records could bo considered by IN CHANCERYWBIRKILBY

nits! away: from that Panofcee team of levies shore. 1. West Palm Beach Canal from New River: Cleaning canal and this or say 'other committee," lio : CORPORATION. ,

something scandlesa-as Earl v.roUI hlx. men were brougnt'' here by MC. LaKe UKeeeciioDee to LaKe wortu, spoil banks ,$1400; Removal of weeds said. "If we repeat. that" action we a corporation, et al. ,

I '? say.Bo Itf Clure. A. V. Lill Inspecor in charge Excavation of bars and shoals $2.i>00. grass $200. will be the laughing stock or the" Complainants

i f '' came through with a god hit of field forces that have been working Removal of hyacinths $9.800. 1 Dania Canal from its, intersection. :state." "' vs
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I' 11a. pinch. So did Lefty and Speedy, here several months, will remain. 2. West Palm Beach Lock and Spill. with the South New River: Canal to Representative' Lewis, Palm Beach, THE SOUTHERN SUGAR COa

I and several: others including DickVfliltrj There rfTll be approximately 36 men way 'No. 1 ?:2000: Upkeep or nuiid its outlet at tide water: Excavation appealed from tho' decision of the corporation, et al., .'

I. -...4 ; wRH that little old hunt of worKing out or the local omcer including ings 100. ot ,bars shoats, etc. near Dixie nigh choir. Defendants"
,I ., \ nis. He Knows now to lay ir uewn.r ., I 10 engineers. 3. West Palm Beach Lock and way 4000. Representatives Mathews, uuvai. Tnis cause coming on this day to

:, tail that is needed is ror somp hue to Three dredges are being used at Spillway No. 2 $30(0; Upkeep or I 3 South New River. Canal,! Lock and and Mitchell Indian River, pressed be Beard on motion of the complainants 1 J

,_ ; ;i get on base and Mr. Darling Dick present between Fort Myers and the I buildings 1100. I: bpmway No. 1 $3UU; Upkeep or iocs' tneir belier that. such aCtIOn vroum ue tnat life Receivers be atrectea -

\ will get him on around. I set on ev lake. :McClure: said. When completedthe 4. ,North Palm Beach Canal Leveeno I and building $100. improper and irregular, as did cnalr. to incur'' no further. obligations and \

: I t .till utJw aim men: luyseli ..am u J.I channel J to be dredged from the work. I 4 ,Snake Creek Canal from tne man Caldwell. that expenditures of money oy tne h.

_steal second ho always t;ts'me to lake' to the gulf win be capable of discharging I 5. 'Bit? Mound Canal-no work. I southwest corner of Section 1. T. 51 On a roll call vote on BU3tal tug.Caldwel1's Receivers be restricted, and the court :.

; I : ..,: ;third, but sometimes he dO-8n wont 2500 cubic feet of water a 6. Lateral A Canal-no work. Nontn.; it. 4U last, to tne South New decision, he was upheld being advised .In tho premises, .
: : '. !;{r ; re '0.slent anything' BO 'I'Iii:i c Ives me second. Tho navigation at 7 2. IT IS 'i'llrx1e'uRADJUSTED :: : ti uttu ur1J.
(. channel will 7. Lateral U Canal-no worK. d I River Canal: Excavation, cleaning by vote of to
j t "' :'j,'.'::, ,,.: '_ second with that never failing bunt. be six'feet deep and 80 fe'et.wfde, un 5 Cross! State Road tjanai; I"., 'irom n tffnre to South New River Canal The committee adjourned until tomorrow AND DECREED that the

I :' : I ;" T-ve heard, a lot of people l *;ay tbAt der present plane.JACKSONVILLEPost. Twenty Mile B< nd'. wpit, ',to' tho NW $700. noon without further action. Receivers' herein be and they are
I t. ; tve' should beat those kids over therein to make no further
instructed
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"H' hereby
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; corner of T. 44 S., R. 3f -o vnr { r4inergencces ana c'- .1.
I ( : : ;;/ Pahokee anyway ',"t I'd like to ;,.. ;; "" PInellas of out of any
that money
I "' I h' > !!. office department Emcrrenci's ::I.id cent' (\ 'ins S3.An ;t- 'ptntenance' Area benefitted o/ CLEARWATER-:Proposal expenditures
Kay that those+ kids as "*o i till, them leased brick : ; 1 '.... :Seminole funds credits now in trrelr hands
Maintenance- ; cr
p ( portion of -;;; Are* ir nnritnrl hy "' .n !','kR designated as, Mainten- County purchase :
I ]"lav( hall and you've so /'M play ban building ** veterans' bureau such Receivers and that said Re-
t1PAtin-4 for
on Mouson and Stuart: to De 1.inCn worVq l nitro't' A. J"I" H": Necessary tax per Point site $900,000 as
to beat them. They plavd t Hast used ". ', . '" b'in.conAfderNl by nn'9rrInin *"nd nft'"' Tn'" "">. j1!*:!!,
31'J extra space for Government \T1'e 4 res 0 f Nec<=""' Tae per 'nrn ,in Maintenance Area "fitlntcd nomital. .

\1 1I I I t' : ((Continued on Pa39 2)) garage; 1'?,'" "' re 4" (\ alntnr: .'IJ'p I '. I ': : on r : g4): ro'intv Hoard::>: of Commissioners, (C3-tInud on Pe 31

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On the morning of June 120 a UWJS; uIn: ;iopli.: o. today art any Uti.civ.i. "-!! .tt. ,..3 -Monday, .A.u. t lu', will offer'ljrlu.t LEGALNOTICE BEN HERR <
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THE CLEWIS TON NEW and or more pigeons were i'el&astu, virile I .a''JJ1j :lluUL, iuriy yuars u0u.itellsiou : beeicoepers.) ,. Secretary

Published every Friday In Clewiston I,I top of Lookout Mountain. '., llnttta;' however'. is.n. t a.. gift with' ;ph:. special beekeepers program NOTICE. 'OF HEARING OF OBJECMUNb -' The following is the budget for

Florida, by THE CLEWISTON :luuga. iiiuy were entries 111 a. ,;:anuu- v.hicn we are :born It is an achievement \>jli open 'Vedllc day morning," August I I IO !MAIN I I tNANUt tj U U-:|, works affecting Areas i'mg'ill Hend- ,

NEWS, INC. I al pigeon' face conducted by pigeon) 1 I ; ua experience, forged out ot 1'L, with first -lessons in beekeeping GET OF EVERGLADES DRAIN-'! ry County. __ -

: nmciers.: Une of the birds release years ct Jiving, suffering and tllougnt.I .. by !l. E.'; Foster, state apiary, m' AGE DISTRICT. 1. Nine Mile CanalEmergencies none: '

:Entered as second class matter, February I was Florence Nightingale, reared lithe > spector. a demonstration 'in naiiuimo, and" con' *".

1, 1927, at the Pod Office a t I !ions of the U. S. Signal Corps at ,Flying Tribute to Pioneer aces, and a discussion of questions"iho NOTICE Is hereby given that the I tingcncies none-
Board of Commissioners of E\-er.j Maintenance Area benefitted by .
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'Cicwl:>ton, Florida, under the Act 0 flrtni i uumuouin, lv.. J, r ur iKleu -- leutuie speaker au- the aiteriipon"'
I glades Drainage District will at 10 above works designated' ; Maintenance
; March 3, 1897. ;' t"eet\s nothing more was Beard O f Iheworld's non refueling endurance iu '.i.i will be Jus. I; Hambict'Vi, ; o'clock in the forenoon upon 'fues-I Area "C.." ": .' :',,

A Newspaper devoted to the Best I Interests the bird and she was given up as iiying record estabiineu recently \'ri.. : ..picuituristsith the U. t>. LK- day, August 4, 1931, meet at its office Necessary: tax per each acre in

'. of Hendry County, l Florid?-. :tst. at Jacksonville by Walter Lees ana .ifiuicj.iof,. 'Agriculture, who will No. :.1 Olivia Building, in the City ot Maintenance. Area "C" for; outlined.

Its Leading Newspaper. Tneii Florence returned to uer Frederic A. Brossy in ,a diesel-pywe ;_ i.io Department's work. A talk, West Palm Beach, Florida, for the work .none'

loft. She had three wounds in ant Bred plan is being hailed by technical :' .ieu diseases' and a general ds.oion purpose of hearing objections and 3t 17-24-31 f ,

Subscrltion Rate .....,.. $2.00 ... complaints to the budget of cost ot ; t.
per year wins and another In her breast. engineers as a crowning acm V U1em'' > ares cheduled to follo\V.

Outside of State of Florida ...... $z.';0 Though she had weighed 15 ounces to the efforts of the late Captain J-.. --.h) \S' UCl1.tlUil.WIll. meet 'iaui maintaining and operating all of the
works of Everglades Drainage District
when release she weighed nine .vi. Woolson, ontea pioneer in Closet' day morning, and In the art ruGoTJ heretofore constructed 'during :
Advertising rates furnished on ,app!' I
,ounces when she returned. She:: hall boiler sfoclc will be .
cation. ,I development. discussed by I) the year beginning on November 1, 666

Business Office, Clewiston News, been shot, apparently soon alter I '"ine jacKsonvme rngut." says W. Howell, Shellman, Georgia queen 1931, and ending on October 31, 1932.! I ---

r starting on her flight back to her William Ilarrigan. technical engineer breeder. Talks about better ucitup- which said budget on file at the ol-
Clewiston, Florida. Editorial ana Ad I LIQUID OR, TABLETS
nouit. uuu iiiucu ui uer juumuy; uau ,1 for the Texas Company, who directed ment and diseases will loll ow., ice of the Secretary of the DistrIct
vertising same. No. '3 Olivia Relieves a Headache or Neuralgia in
at Building inWest
been made by a combination; [ of nut-J, tho fuel preparations for tne record Three talks scheduled for the Friday ;
Telephone 339 Palm Beach, Florida. I IBorder i I 30 minutes, checks a Cold the first
tering and walking. She would naturally and who spoke for a group of professional morning program: better mat:
;;- of the Board'of Commissioners day, and checks Malaria In three days
take as direct a course as possible associates, "was the .severesttest agement by A. B. Hamlin-, Georgia of' Everglades Drainage[ Dis
TEETH AND BACKBONEThe 666 SALVE,, FOR BABY'S COLD
and so much of her journey state apiary[ Inspector .
to which the new compression better maiKeting" trict. '

I would be over rough country. ignition engine has ever been put I, by J. j. -wuaer, oeoKeopor I ., ,
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state has been put into the Here is a text for a sermon, an and fully justifies the long and al'e.1( and cooperation b}' Sidney A. Smith .,

money lending business by the (Jo-.1 j example of faithfulness and devotion lul experimentation by Captain Wool Tampa. I

mez installment tax paying lot lj I to duty that, can be used in instruct. son and his engineering colleagues," I Plan A Meatless Meal : .

passed by the house and senate re-'i j 1.*; tne :young waving luaeueu iiei without detracting a fraction from Farm Week Offers :

cently, but if it accomplishes what'' flume norence- is content. ripens tne capable flying of Lees ana mossy :Low CostVacation- At Least Once A Week !

its sanguine admirers say it win: say she will neved do flying of importance it is obvious that scientific develop- ,

then the state 'can afford to be m' 'again. But she has demon- ment of their engine played a major To Florida People

that business temporarily.: strated that she is made of the right part m their success. A power plant -

In effect this bill which must yet stuff and her offspring should pass I that was not tested in each part for ", GAINESVILLE, li'la.-A real in'

pass the scrutiny. of Gov. iJoyle .14;. along her heroic qualities. stieugm ana scientifically retmea strucfive vacation which will cost 4 l1
I I
Carlton. will allow a property owner for economy _would have spelled fail 1 even less than livfug expenses at .
hose land is held on tax certincate THE "FOOD" HIGHWAY Tor the effort 4
tire Lees-Brossy As it home is what the 10th annual l"al'm.l I
by the state to redeem in five annual turned out. however
new for
,
they
ers' and Fruit Growers'\ Week, to bo '
installments with interest at 3 .percent 1 tel'of travel. 84) hours, 33 minutes without rerueiing held at the 'University August lU-li ,

. providing current taxes are -truly a successful test of melt ti: 1 I.a r 1,q -' 1!
LI I
'io the average city dweller, tneI otters Florida farmers' and farm women 0 '

I":, kept paid. 'I I word highway!! brings up visions of I plane anal engine. Dr. Wilmon Newell, dean of tin

There Is some queition if Governor': tne expensive, nigu-speed roaas tnuv.'j I Lees and Brossy exceeded by nine ; Agricultural College, recently stated
Carlton will sign the bill. It is en-j link hours ten' minutes the : w-
the ,
'j i states of: the nation togeth'f previous m an address over \VKUF. Tile ,
i li !;
Urely Inconsistent with good principles e 1'. world record established over Algeria | charges this year have actually bcou iii-, ... ,
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' of tax collecting. In that, it allows 't( 'Hut tnere is another kina or highway on March. one by Luclen Bous-l t I[ reduced below costs' in order that ,; p G G Q pq..lIl

:,: those who have dodged taxesto 1 that is of equal importance-thX sourot and Emil: Hossi, French pilots. rural Fioridians may have an eco-

come out in the clear on easy, road ma! connects the smalltownsr I Their Packard diesel, engine, Texaco nomical, Instructive, and entertaining :! :::. trrr
terms at the expense -f those
: anu aiming areas witn toe main tu- engineers explain, burned a petroleum .vacation."There.
bett citizens. who have paid year '
or" distillate .resembling ordinary fur-
beconaary, "togaroaas IIHKj will be no registration tees,
after year. It Is difficult to see how Nature with the/ nation's nace oil which may be mixed with
I'j i! diulng ta- 10 admission charges, no charges for

any administration making even a'I Dies uver them come the trait ana ordinary airplane oil to obtain greater entertainment, and no one will be
pretext at curing tax Ills could sign !
flying
vegetables, the dairy products ana range. asked to buy anything.. The only
this bill, yet stranger things than!!
tne cattle, hogs ana grain mat are charges will be meals at the University

that have happened. The Black law j| necessary to the maintenance of lice ; cafeteria and lodging in the dor ,
exempting homes from tax' lien entorcemen't -;, in NEXT WEEK AT THEPRINCETHEATRE By JOSEPHINE B. GIBSON .
our great cities. I'
mlaorles. The total costs will be ?l.ib
for four years, for ex Almost state is Director, Home Economics Dept,, Cooked Spaghetti in Tomato Sauct
ample. E I' every now worK. per day; divided as follows: Breakfast : n. J. Heinz Company Cheese and Olive Salad

Gomez'bill '! ing on a program for development ot 25 cents, dinner 35 cents, supper Buttered Green Beans or Asparagv-
On the other hand if this i
: its
: secondary; road system. The need ju cents, ana togging za cents," lie without meat help to on -Toast ,
' does what its author says: it wilt,I of moderate-cost, lull-width, water. explained.The MEALS our menus, greatly Apple Sauce Heated Rolls
: then certainly the financial and tax :: John Wray, featured in "Juick Millions the reduce Ice Cream with Butterscotch Sauce
proof-surfaced expenditure
to for
highways farms I first feature of the week will food, and
structure of the state cannot be in and small towns has never been so j ox romance wnicn win ue are very healthful. We should
be complete tour of the College andttxpremlnel
, jured. He believes as do a majority I apparent as now. see and heard, Sunday and Monday at a serve such meals often, even Cheese; Croquettes: 2 rice cups; 1,, egg cook, wen
Station mania
ot the house and senate, :that sucn the Prince Theatre scored his bIggest : farms ) though planning an appetizingmeal beaten; '/i cup Tomato Ketchup; Va cup fi
( j ji ouch roaas are as vital to ana. I afternoon August 10. Tours, entertainments without meat requires more grated American cheese; Rice Flakes. Lf
i C' a law will allow thousands of property 'i I tion's social and economic progress I' talking picture triumph In "All talks ingenuity than one built around a Add well beaten. egg and Tomato ?' A?
and by leading
'': owners to begin the payment of main liighways.' "' .1 '- uiet un une western front." lIe I meat dish. It is necessary to select Ketchup to rice and cook until!

;;' back taxes: on terms they can afford,l as ;t : __: ..t 't had the role of the' drill. sergeant, aTTd .4a.\'niers and specialists from over: tre foods sufficiently substantialand thick. >Add %grated cheese and stir .
I ; share :Soutreast::> are all included in tne nourishing: to be'the main dish until cheese Is melted. Cool par --
: and at the same time encourage them honors In that great picture of meal tially, shape into -
a and of croquettes and
week's Special course the des-
programs
FIGHTING
' HIGH GAS TAXES program.
;.:" to keep current taxe'S paid. !I ;with Lew Ayres. Spencer Trasy is- sertserved, should be a little more cool. Roll In crushed Rice Flakes,
I
'': For instance if one has property I state red, and Marguerite unurcmu: I I'featured have been planned tor citrus ana substantial than usual. then In beaten egg, and in crushed

:," 0:1 which taxes have become delinquent Though legislatures in ten states" in this production with Sally\ !small fruit growers truck crop grow-, We should not neglect serving Rice Flakes again. Fry In deep

, 'succeeded in the 'Eit and (ers, general farmers, dairymen, livestock meatless meals often, even if they fat until golden brown. Garnish
raising tax Robert
gasoline rs
" he one-Iifth of the Burns. Others in i
can .pay I do present new problems. Many of with parsley, and serve with Tomato '
' delinquent taxes. and the current tax I this year, news dispatches and ecu ',the cast include Warner Richmond[ j raisers poultrymen, beekeep us are especially interested in Sauce.

. torials in the nation's \ newspapers 'and George Raft.. Rowland 'ers, pecan growers, foresters, ornamental meatless meals this 2 tablespoons
es and redeem his, property. 'Tiiere-- Brown di tat season, Creole Corn butter;
:' snow lovers and rural women. when the obsei ance of Lent i/2 of a medium.sized
,; after, each year he must pay his cur tnat the popularity ot me levyis rected. green pepper, chopped; 1 medium plralen-'
on the wane and that the tax is Those 'who wish to stay in the dormitories causes them to be even more in to, cut In small pieces; 1 tablespoon
:; rent taxes plus one-tlfth, plus 3 per t demand than at other times of the minced onion; 1 medium can of corn; 1
cent. If he falls ,down on current no longer "painless". \ The Busch Gardens at Pasadena, ; should bring bed linens, plows year.It teaspoon sugars teaspoon salt; '/: teaspoon ..,
i'or toe urst 'California' : l and, towels. Free and up-to-date is well to form the "meatless Mustard Sauce; ;/a teaspoon Pepper
time in the 01
, ." taxes then ,tne property again re uistory one or the most famous Sauce .
'. verts to the. state or to private buyer the tax, there was active and wide formal gardens in the world were1';I ,camping facilities' will be furnished, the dinner once a week" habit, and Melt butter, add green pepper, ..",
I ;and a day nursery will be maintained complete menus suggested below pImiento and minced onion, and
;. spread opposition to increased ratesin : used as a "double" for the Champs will relieve you of the wo'rItat cook
together slowly until the
I children. pep-
for the smaller
Some have claimed that such a law many states. The- rate was, raises ifiiysee: .or Paris curing the mining 01 'to care planning such meals: per is tender. Add corn and sea- (

win mean that millions or uouar.s only after prolonged and bittel bate ,'Maurice Chevalier's new romanut'l.gloom: reservations should be madeto Cheese Croquettes with Tomato son with sugar, salt, Mustard Sauce

worth of delinquent taxes WiU- b tIcs, and in several states opposition comedy, "Playboy of Paris.: which 1 the Agricultural Extension service SauceButtered and Pepper Sauce. Simmer for ,

'; pale, mat minions or aonars vorcn Is continuing to show itself through will opSri a two day run at the Prince I (Gainesville, Fla.CHIPLlaCottondale. .;'0 Green Beans ten minutes and serve. .,<

of assessable values will be returned activity for a referendum vote to off Theatre, starting Tuesday next. ', Fresh Whole Cucumber Wheat Bread Pickles Cheese and Olive Salad : Mash 2

set legislative ,action. The plea of The Busch Gardens ,section or ;, .- packages of soft white cheese. Add
,0 to the tax books. Perhaps all this seen In "J'Jay- '- Waldorf Salad
yt Stuffed
Spanish Olives
cup and
.' state officials that larger boy of Paris State::: Highway No. 1 being paved. Lemon Pie
will receipts Meringue
occur.. Very probably it will ,not. gas are a mecca for an blend well. Make Into small] balls rand

'1'ne uaa: errect or sucn a law is amoral are needed, Is met by protests from travelers to soutnern \JUlllorma. place three balls In a, deep cup, .,.".

l' one. Prior to 1924 owners paia motorists anti business men that the FORT PU.atCE-'Vork of resurfacing Cream of, Tomato Soup Crackers of crisp lettuce. Serve with French :. ,
-
their taxes promptly and calmy. Inmost time has come for economy and etn-I The Fox movietone shops at their State Road ,No. 8 from Kissimmee Creole Corn Dressing or Mayonnaise\ Salad
Buttered Asparagus -'Toast Dressing.
other state it Is a disgrace anaa ciency in government, rather than yin Hollywood studio had a distinguished River to this place with slag, to start Heated Rolls Grape on Jelly Ion Ion.

sign or complete insolvency to ran creased expenaitures. apprentice recently in the person ot j in short time. Apple Pie Baked Bean Casserole : chopped; 1 ,
green chopped 2
pepper ; tablespoons but
to pay just taxes. But in the past few This should be good news for tne Charles Farrell. who spent several ter; 1 medium can Oven Baked Beans; /. .

years we in Florida have come to I harassed motorist who, in additionto aays Teaming how to handle piperuraamg PERRY D. Mickelson ladies' 'Oven Baked Beans, Vegetarian Style crumbs.cup grated cheese; / ,cup buttered bread

eo. look upon tax evasion as the* thing a eras tax of two to six cents a gallon machines and btnison ]rpadyto-lvear department undergoing Preserved Sweet Mixed Pickles Cook chopped onion and pepper In but "
ter -
Cole Slaw slowly until browned. Add Oven Baked
1. ,, to do, led by large, land owners wno must likewise pay a personal wrenches in preparation for his title extensive alterations. Buttered Spinach with Eggs Beans and mix thoroughly. Arrange the .

" in many; instances' have been consIstent property tax, a registration fee anda role In "The. Princess Ana 'ine Pure Apple Butter In bean a buttered mixture and casserole grated, having cheese a In layer layers of \ ,

tax dodgers.Tnis arivers license ree for the privilegeof Plumber." TARPON SPRINGS-Eagle Street Boston Brown Bread or Hot Biscuit beans on top. Sprinkle the buttered bread -
.. crumbs over top If desired, place strips
situation could have been operating. his car.. Perhaps happier Story requirements called for Farrell : widened and repaired.VITH Chilled Boiled Custard with Sliced ot bacon on top. Bake In a moderate

" cleared up, but the 1929 Itgislaturepiovmeu days are ahead in 0' which he will not: to install a heating plant In a --- Peaches oven for. twenty minutes.

',. tor adjustments or aenii- nave to lace tne apparition or sun caiman castle ana to lena cutivieuuu
i
.' quent taxes in some instances lor'lU nigher taxes. to the part he took a special cOGi :;e ---

cents on the dollar. The government, under the studio plumbers. I q r'i+ 'i 1 l1 "

expenses for which those cancelled AH MK. UOMtKI! Maureen O'Sullivan, the little nish! GENERAL
,CARE LA I IDERI( l ELECTRICREFRIGERATORS
taxes, are ,levied' must be pale, mere- heroine of "Song o' My Heart," "b'n:: Ij .

lore, ny others who are actual tax The libel suit for $12,000,000, filed This is London" and "Just imagine-) RADIOS & SUPPLIESC.

payers.: :Further, this action has' lea by Henry L Doherty, the New YorK has the role of the Princess 111.' the ,

. to a common welter tuat ir one doe utilities magnate, against the Kansas film, with H. B. Warner, playing tip: v j E. STEBEL DEALERFor

not pay hIS taxes tor the next lew City Star, was met with "smiles" feature role of her royal father. Alexander Glades &
Hendry Upper Glades
years, another legislature will come Wasmngton.. uonerty threw wasn- porno uirectea me production ,
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along and cancel most or the cieimquenciee. { ington's most expensive social event 'which opens at the Prince TTToatereinursaay ; ) .r 1 l t RADIO SERVICE

last .winter. tor two says
I
Ttio Gomez bill adds to this reeling The :State: of Kansas is resisting al- II I Pahokee Theatre '
that Building ,
the '
taxpaying'machinery or ledgedly exorbitant gas rates and it Action and humor divide honors in I,w
MAN ea
MR.
Florida Is so weak and so poorly enforced has barred the sale or Cities Service Hoot Gibson's stirring western picture Pahokee Floridam1Q1
J ,
that property owners are almost public service stock. In consequence "The Concentartin Kid" which THE CLEWISTONLAUNDRY 1r ,

foolish to pay taxes at all. This Doherty has cut loose and Is carrying comes to me screen or me rrmco m.1i. _

feeling: wfn not disappear until we on a vigorous fight, against, the Theatre Saturday. The comedy Is CO. ---- _. -- -

have tax laws with largo glistening Governor or the :State: Us principal made very effective by the artful di
teeth 'that he Is"play- f tlW T
knows
and Every man
state-executives with back- newspapers and everybody else that rection of Arthur Rosson. The supporting -

Done'enougn to enforce' tnem.-Miami resists his autocratic desires. Maybe cast is composed? of Kathrvr .>"g safe" whes he 'sends. his 'shirts.Ifars !I

nerata: ... ",, 'hir can get away with everything Crawford. James Mason, Robert EHomans and other personal linens tit|r CLEWISTON FOLKS

'. :- .:.;.- -.;... .BOOTHS, possible for haven't wo seen and Duke It. Lee., le,'. Clewiston' Laundry. They will!

A, PLUCKY PIQEONHoming' ,'.; *' magician take a rabbit out or a hat. .-- -- 'j
THE HOTEL A-MIAMI]
.2 Unusual Program ForBeekeepers ,me back Snow-white clean with a '

: .
: pigeons hare been trained -omptness that ((3 ptoaslng.:
'SOU1H :
RELIGIOUStL'ruce I
..- and bred to return to their 'lofta no I Arranged< :, Miami, FloridaWELCOMES ) :. ,

muuvr Where; lOsy are reu ulS U. A u" Barton has been trying to I For Farmers' Week!{ : YOU
better bred'
they ,arc the stronger net out whether modern youth is as GLEWISTONLAUNDRY d

this homing Instinct. They have been "religious as some people charge. GAINESVILLE
Fla. A specialtwo
'known: to' fly back to their domiciles .'If modern youth is not religious It day program for beekeepers ,, InC |The most: perfectly ventilated hotel in the south I
alter one or both EL PASO AVE.t1 SAN BOKITA 6T.
legs have been
'
!- only because youth has never been along with the annual meeting of the f

shot away 'and they show a faithful' 1 ''"laiolin.' ho decides in the Amen. "'Ion a tttr H?eKeeper ARcocm- CilWSTOH [Storage space across street European planj
news and
devotion to. their work: that 't'r'n' aClJUDu"
; "in Ml the! runrtamen. -inn f't 1nn annual farm-
has not '->vren! been ubown by M j ,- ..r .....,... -, .,. ,. r.
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t that jh4 'vO'"t the UntYfr"lt.Y' }'!.';' "' ....-. '
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P Rl DAY, JULY 24, 1U31\ CLEW1STON NEWS, CLEWIST FLORIDA _. V I PAGE' ;T.1riEE,
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p'0'.' "' ,,, ,;,:,:; '- Beach and Olytnpia I '
/ := ,', : ,: : ". : : payable. .. : Beach ,

I I i 'f-.F' od for Party GuestsAttractive I U is therefore ordered, adjusteaand -..' '; ,
CHIPLEY -
C7/ 7a / decreed that said Receivers do Improvements being

pay mu bills payable, alter submitting made building_ occupied by CbJ'pley
I :;;L; icaJ t2c/f == I r .
i == tIle ItultvUlual items thereof to Hardware Co.TARPON .' ,

oJ ,.' Refreshments. tho special master herein and receiving .

! j Mrs. LA.. :Morgan, Jr.. 'Phone 'SCOK. Are' Often the Secret its approval tlicreot ana that: I SPRINGS-Dunn's ..Ar

-- 7 -, --\ .? o/ Home Socials swell payment be made out of the ber- .shop moved lo..new quarters. -'-.in ,

.' funds now on hand and credits in Leousis building. 208 fast; Tarpon btURLAM1JU /.' ::,
H. Hancock and W. C. rrewut visiting her parents for the past clover home entertainer ;.
rpIIE_ Savannah, Georgia, of said Receivers .
; motored to Sebriug Sunday to meet month. While. away Mrs. Alston vis A knows that the right kind of .-
I 7l ly dt7s r T1l wmcrr.creallS the neceivers are neie- -"Urtanuo! Daily N@'wt;"
Mis. Annie Norman from Jackson Ilea Washington, U. c., ana points in refreshments, and tho right manner .
ville. North CaVolina, of serving: them, are 'going to by directed to convert into money at to OC.CUPnewly remodeled Exchange

determine the success of millions. I ,, once', an'd after 'payment of the raont building' corner JacRson, ,! bt., and ,.'Orange
of women's parties this, winter. )"r- <
.Mrs. Annie rvormand of jacKson- Ruth Kuolt, sister or Mrs.. J., 1\.. The following, bridge party cy aforesaid any balance remaining Ave.PRINCE .

vilie spent Monday in Olewlston visiting Baker left Wednesday for Avon Pant menus, for a noonday luncheon 'In their hands shall be converted to I _

Mrs. Claude Downs at the Wata where she will) be the guest of Miss and for afternoon refreshments, government bonds and deposited as
are simple to prepare and they
neretotore nas been done in tnmcause. THEATRE
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l.lttylartln.
nabe Hotel.
arc especially suitable for dainty .' ': V' -
;
": and serving. .
tasty
''t drM I ,
Mr. and Mrs. .Paul Ueam enter- Miss Bonnie McClinic.left for Fort Bridge Luncheon Gyr Done and V ordered at Fort Myers PAHOKEE, FLA.

tained Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Baker at 1lyers1omlay.: She has been a guest Layered Cheese and Apple Salad this ISth clay of July 11)31.)
i i Hot Buttered Rolls To make the assorted canapes: George W.; Whitehurst THE PICK: O' THE PICTURES
the Clewiston inn Tuesday nignt. Alter or tne \vatanaoe hotel lor me puss '
i Sweet Sliced Dill Pickles Slice white bread thin, toast,
Circuit Judge.: SHOWING DAILY
delightful dinner course they I eeK.
a
: Coconut Cake
slightly, cut in rounds, using a
motored to Pahokeo to attend tire Tea with Lemon ,Mints small cookie ,cutter. On each roundof Show' Starts 7 & 9, p M. :
'S .
show. I' I'E.: .. Bryant of Canal Point was a Layered Cheese and Apple. Salad toast 3 UPJ'1'Ji.K-County: granted permission
place a small bit of mayonnaise
H made as follows: to place pontoon bridge over' Inland -
business visitor in Clewiston Wednesday
a crosswise section of
sour PROGRAM
1 lemon 1 boiling
I package gelatin; pint coastal canal nere.
K. *. Patterson who has neon con I, water; 2 tablespoons lemon juice; pickle, .another bit of mayonnaise. ,
Company 1 teaspoon salt; 1 red apple, cut in'r.In. :':"-- '
nected with the Southern Sugar '
then a shrimp. '
dice 1
; 1 teaspoon sugar; package :-
resigned last week and left tor 1"'. Deane Duff, manager ,of the ((3 ounces) cream cheese; % cup Slice white bread thin, toast PLANT 'CITyi-24 cars' of pepper JULY "2 6&; ,27 .,,

Pena where he will join11'5.: Cfewiston Company, spent Tuesdayin Dissolve walnut meats gelatin, broken.in boiling water. lightly, cut bread into oblong strips, I I shipped from this place during threw Spencer Tiacy ,':..(.. ." .:Sally: .hikers:'

Pat(ersori"and their two sons. West Palm Beach on !business. Add 1 tablespoon lemon juice and 1% by 2 Inches. Spread each piece day: period. "JUICK MILLIONS". I "'

nalt. Combine apple,' sugar, dash with deviled ham, 'garnish with a Everything, he wanted he tooK, except -

Mrs. Roy Green and son, Roy Jr., n. tt. waucocK or L.aKetiaroor wus!: of salt and remaining 1 tablespoon border of small gherkins, sliced .t11ALr.lilrt-l.iOntract ior construction :: the one girl's," Jove. ".

returned from Jacksonville Wednesday in Clewisfon on business Tuesday lemon Juice. Chill. When slightly thinly crosswise. of artificial lake In center of Miami News
thickened, fold apples into % of ; Comedy ': ,t ti> ,> ,
J where they have been visiting night and Wednesday morning. gelatin mixture. Turn into mold. Orange charlotte Is made by Kacfng Association's Hiaiean .,,e. .

friends for the past two ,weeks. Chill until firm. Beat remaining using: Park tract, awarded to RoBert G. Las, JULY' 282y V -- '
I 'Herschel vis- gelatin with rotary egg beater: .until siter Construction (
House of Sarasota Is Co.QUINCYCotton
1 package orange gelatin; 1% cups Maurice Chevalier' -* ,' iTcces 'hoe"PLAYBOY.'OF '
of consistency of whipped cream. ,
+y *>, Airs, Lemuel Howard of LaBeilo 'itiRS his aunt, Mrs. Claude Downs, at boiling water; y4 teaspoon salt; cream '
t. Fold in cheese and nuts. Pour over orange marmalade; Vi. cup, PARIS""When
': I was a visitor In ,Clewiston Wednesday -I :neV utanaD dote firm first layer. Chill until firm. whipped.;: gin being erected 1 love J.LOVE": says ;'

i night. Serve in squares on crisp lettuce Dissolve gelatin in boiling water. at State Experiment Station. { Maurice' cnevanercomedy

3 r _____ Among' .Those attending, the dance with mayonnaise. Chill. When slightly thickened, '!( News

..! Mr. and :Mrs. J. E. Beardsley acct m Pahokee Wednesday night were: Afternoon Refreshment beat with rotary egg beater until KEY WEST-Algernon Blair recej : .,. .-
Assorted Canapes of consistency of whipped cream. )
; family spent the weekend in West Misses Frances Monroe, Elsie Hare, Tea with Lemon Salted Nuts Add salt. Fold in marmalade and ,ea *3sb.34d contract ior construction :;- ,:u-:- .,-l' ,-

i Palm Beach and enjoyed surf bath Boncile Stone, Messers. Campbell Orange Charlotte cream. Pile in sherbet glasses. .of new ,post office building. JULY 30 .dE,31_

: ing over the week-end.. .'I:1JJ:: van: eoyiern, mac waiardn, A. Cookies : Chill ,until firm. Chas. Farrell Maureen: O'Sulltgan

W., Sias, Herbert Blate, Earl White, FORT MYERS-Ground broken for IMt:: KKINCtSS: -

J. G. Yeats of Tampa was a business Beter Nail, A. L. Hackett, H. K. Hall, first unit of new First Christian ANUTHE,: PLUMBS K

J' visitor to Clewiston Wednesday.. Dick While, Murray Swindle, Henry ing any such moneys shall have the AND FOR HENDRY COUNTY. Church building.DAVENPORT. He came-ne saw-she concmereu '.
t privilege of filing a claim tor such WEIR-KILBY CORPORATION
storey and Billy Cressey. 1 and things begin:to, happen.

C. L. Adams and wife accompanied I Ir. moneys with the court for whatever ,Complainantsvs Davenport, bruit Comedy '-' '" ":V News
1 action the court fit to take :
r. by their daughter, irancis Leland( Perkins spent the wees-eue sees upon Growers Association plans to open

spent the week-end in Miami. .volan'l in West Palm Beach and Miami.J. the same. bU'JTJiKKN SUUAK CUMfAJN X pacKing nouse nere. .
r DONE AND ORDUKUD at Chambers Defendan'tUH.U I AUUUbl" 1"

J. A. Plnkett has returned from al A. Moore, District Engineer whO In the City or Fort Myers, Florida :K MIAMI BEACH Miami Beach HOot uioson natnryn crawiora

two weeks vacation spent in Daytona the United States Government and this. the 18th day of 'July A. D.1J This cause coming on to be nearo Jockey Club will erect $2UUUJUl'plant ( "CONCENTRATIN' KID" ......... .

I Beach and other points in the state. in charge of the local work on lake J$1.: on the showing of the Receivers that. adjoining 79th St. ca'uspway All talking and with ,-song this exciting ,
I' George W. Whitehurst exclusive of disputed and un lqUl- another
wlestern gives the: star .
uiceechobee, spent last week in JacKsonville connecting Miami and this place. .

Mr.: and Mrs. Barney Thomas are on business. Judge.IN dated items, the bills payable by said two fisted role. ,:: _'I. ,
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t. In bareiy: Harbor until the.nrst or tno receivers amounts to approximately New construction and alteration Chapter No. 9 .,,t\;.>. ,V ',. J .
J' month. K.kietcher l 'iJrir: uiKuurr: cuimr or 'i'rir. :2t',562J5: and the Receivers have 0swaJd:
U. : or T'lampa spent work aggregating approximately ?25-,( The Indians ..
I -- in business. TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUI'i prayers ordered and instructions 01 Coming ,CartQOt:
Tuesday Clewistou, on uuu announced recently at rain(I Are
: OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA IN the with to said bills
court respect
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b iwrs. nave Alston returnea nom He was registered at tbe, Clewiston

Columbus, Ga., :Friday. She has been Inn. r

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,i. :#: > :'Cane Breakers Still .500.10\\jibiup 01 &outh.:: Jtange :J'J ,ea *} These "Goodies"Are Good PURE CLEAR SOLID


Hold Jinx On .Pahokee .
: : 4 Miami Lock and Spillway No.-4 .5

'/ :S-JUU; Upkeep of buildings $1UU. For Sugar-Hungry Tots f n

(Continued from page 1)) iiimergencies and contingencies ?JL- ; S4' tp'k
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t 82u. Maintenance area benefit ed oy
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Beach to a .tie last weeK ann i, ast above works designated as Maintenance i
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Beach was tied for second place in ".
Area "J fsecessarj' tax p reach
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the Palm Beach County Le.lguc-so *.: :
L : acre in Maintenance Area "J"

I that is the kid team for you. We lor outlined work D cents. Y F
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I r have a jinx on them that lUcy can't "K" Yyi< YeL:7v'? ir ,2$4 r

break at least it doesn't like
1'I or Teem i anapper \; l.tir.ai noiu me \

I .' they can and our ball playing against Tam mi Canal to the Atlantic Ocean
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them is somewhat better than ouk Excavation: of bars and shoals 26uu.. a. c rl

other games. Maybe its because of Eweigcncies and Contingencies ?52U. r ppy o I

.. our confidence but it certainlyisn't Maintenance area benetiitea by Vpey

there lack of confidence they y
as above works designated as Maintenance -i

fight hard from tie first pitched ball Area "K".. Necessary tax per 1 DEPARTMENT ? 1 1CO

to the last out and think lor
6and never each acre in Maintenance: Area "iv 111.p AN

ihute out wnat there is ,,bini a for outlined work 13 cents.

chance to beat us. Tlley are game'- "I/:; f

I'll hand that to them and they deserve 1 Cypress Creek Canal from the

it. Range Inie between Ranges 40 and ,.

We are going to renew our lean 41 c'st: to Its outlet: excavation: Nm .I.IS .IV
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.with next to' be Sunday ilie a terrible Lake'' home Placid commotion and Hill( there going Climbers ought M) restoration west cubic o yards West:to$6500.Irmgfgencies Dixie originaldimensions. Highawy, b3UUD \ ilitr:1ii{: \\ i\iIi\ Ii 1 j ;iij II 11 1' m. I V

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around our diamond beginning about :', ml'
and contingencies :?iCOO. ':; .
thr e' o'clock. We played sorry up ; :Maintenance' By JOSEPHINE B. GIBSON Add sugar, vanilla and melted n :.',.,'-;
Areae
benelittedhy Director, Home Economics Dept., fat to beaten egg. Then add flour W ,"' iWm
. there and If 1} f-
they beat us. W piay
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I above works designated is Maintenance H. J. Heinz Company sifted with soda and baking pow- : .)O'; 8
!sorry:! down Here the whole town will Area "L". der. Last add Rice Flakes and nuts. .':.: "/: '. <1:"
Necessary tax per 5 i1 / 1m
.")eat us. Come out Sunday and seethe DESSERTS and other sweets Pack!: into a pan lined with waxed 4.f; ; 1 .'
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each'acre' in
Maintenance Area "L"for
fun. You are bound to see one children should be paper, and chill. Slice thinly and
outlined worK 66; cents. chcsen carefully, for, although bake for about five minutes in a : A HOME AWAY FROM HOME "
fight if that Is the way I'm suing to .. .
"M" sweets ought to be included In hot oven-425 degrees F. V '
put it-so come out a l.1 bnpg b'nn3 Ii i L:1
1 The South New River Canal ExcavatIon every child's diet, they must not Filled Cookies J,2 CUP butter; 1 cup
money--we need new bats Mid ba IS. be overly rich. : sugar; 1 egg; 1/3 cup .: m
clearing and repairing: spoil milk; IVi teaspoons vanilla, or 1 of vnllla "
Cereal -
Board puddings and cookies, and 1of almond; 3% cups pastry flour,
Drainage oanks: : -none. which add valuable cereal celluloseto or 3 1/3 of bread flour; Vi! teaspoon salt; 4

Emergencies: and contingencies none. the diet, are excellent sweets teaspoons baking powder.
", I I'I Approves Budget Cream butter, add sugar and cream well
for children. Baked fruits and
I I. Maintenance together. Add beaten and vanilla. Then
egg
area benemtecl oy
I.' ....... I brittle candies also are welcomedby add alternately tho milk and the flour :
I :'T (Continued trom Page 1)) above works designated as Maintenance mothers ,who want to guard sifted Va Inch with thick salt and and cut baking In medium powder. sizes.Roll TRY OUR SUNDAY DINNERS m .
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Area 1\1". Necessary tax per their children's health by choosing Place teaspoonful of filling on each cooky, lJ IJJ "
each acre in Maintenance Area :'lI"tor their food carefully A variety of cover with another cooky and press to
for outlined work 24 cents. simple, nourishing desserts help to gether. Bake at 425 degxses P. for 12 V E. g'
outlined work-none. 15 minutes. Use these fllllng recipes
"I" make meals more interesting to the
Filling No.111 cup Pure Apple Butter; V -
1 Snake Creek Canal trom the little ones, and do away with the cup nutmeats; % cup raisins. Pilling No.
necessity of coaxing them to eat 2: Vt cup Pure Apple Butter; Vt cup dried that
Court Orders The 2| You and board at our hotel
I Soutnwest corner of section 1. township things just "because they are\ good', cocoanut. can get a room :

ol south, range 40 east to its Receivers for you". Rice Flake Macaroons: ,iclcPJ: '
Not To R EHH
outlet: !!Excavation of bars and shoals You will welcome the following Flakes; Va! cup sugar; % cup cocoanut; 2 i will make. you feel. at. home:{,':: .!!
egg whites, stiffly beaten 1h teaspoon va '
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recipes-and any of these sweets
$ uuu. Spend Any Money nilla.
will be most s
,2 South New River Canal' none. enthusiastically Add sugar gradually to egg ,
greeted by the children, too! whites. Fold in cocoanut and Rico
, merg'encles'and contingencies :40U. (Continued from ..
page 1)) .
11. cup uncookedBreakfast Flakes, and add vanilla. Drop on :r'H
Maintenance Area benefitted by Nursery Pudding: waxed paper, and bake In a mod- Ir2I ,
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Wheat: 2'Mi cups milk: & cup eeedlesa .. .
above works designated as Mainten- provided however, that if said Ite- raisin: \\ teaspoon salt; :3 egga; ifs cup erate oven for 10 minutes. ;

ance Area "1''. Necessary tax per ceivers can obtain moneys for tne brown sugar; Va teaspoon vanilla. extract. Baked Apples with Currant Jelly : ;
Scald milk, add cereal and stir t
)" each acre In Maintenance Area "1"I operation and maintenance or the 0 apples; 1 cup sugar; 1 cup water; Currant -
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constantly over hot, water until the Jelly CLEWISTON'S POPULAR ,HOTEL 1 1H 1m
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I ,,11 for outlined work 6 cents. properties of Southern Sugar Company mixture thickens. Add salt, sugar Mix: sugar and water and use to baste '

I i I IJ"!a "J" from any persons or persons interested and flavoring to the eggs, and stir 37&apples degrees every P.five for minutes half an while hour.cooking Remove at .

I :l Miami Canal irom tta intersection in the reorganization thereof Into the cereal mixture. Add raIs- from oven and sprinkle with granulated Ml
' ins and pour into a pan set in hot sugar ''Return to oven until sugar melU.
I'I'I with" the South New River Canal to inwy may ao so, proviaea runner water. Bake In a moderate oven- Before serving, place a spoonful of Currant .m '

}I; the Miami River: Excavation! or bars and IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that 360 degrees P.-from 30 to 40 minutes I Jelly In the center of each apple. 1

and shoals, ?Y2uy. thoro shall be no liability against Rice Flake and Peanut Balls i THE WATANABE HOTEL =

2 Tamlami Connecting Canal: Excavation said Hecelvers or the court for any Delicious Custard Pudding : cup 1 package white Rice sugar Flakes; 1 cup; 1 brown cup peanut sugar;; V 1 .' :.

of bars and shoals 1000. moneys BO advanced,* and this court 3 Bgi: M cup raUlni; tt cup sugar; cup 'com syrup: ; 'A cup water; V tablespoon m
:3 West"'Pennsylvania iron tt teaspoon Taallla; a cups Rice Flakei; butter; V U&IpOOnPun Vlnigar. MRS. CLAUDE DOWNS, Manager. :
V Levee nereoy expressly deereee that ir any :a cup milk; grating of nutmeg, It cSe- Boil together the white and ,: ':", 'c .
the Miami Canal Booth along the such moneys are advanced to said aired.Bed, tm and add JUc nkr and brown anger, corn syrup water '. ".-."' .

i west sides of Sections 4, 9, 1C, 21, 28 Receivers and accepted by them, That ratilnc. Add nigar mind with mUk. butter and Vinegar, until mixture .." ,, ,r.: HBH
Add: vanilla, and nutmeg If dMlrcd. Pour forma aoft ball
a when droppedInto
and 33 in Townships 62 and 53 South it will be done without into a grassed dish, .
liability or baking place in a pan .
I cold water. Cook at 244 degrees : =
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In In a moderate oven. I" "
Range S3 cast and along the'west
II obligation upon the Receivers or tho F. Cool slightly, flavor with

I r Ride' of lot 4 In the hiatus between Court, to repay said moneys, but, in Brown Sugar Ice Box Cookies: ranllla and pour gradually, atlr- .r..
f Township 63 'and 64 South In tango tne '/4 eup butter: >I I cup brown sugar; 2 eggs: ring gently, over the Rice Flake .,
event
or
I Vine taiiuro or: a reorganization Vi tablespoon vanilla; 1 teaspoon aoda: .
-II M: east, ana along Ute west Sloe 01 of Southern Sugar com 1 ,:teaspoon I biking powder; IVi cup flour; and peanuts. Form Into balls when HB *
1 cup Rte FlakM; U cup autouaU. coo!. I
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F h ne Truck. Corps trying very hard to work: : ror our own fruits are. now marketed fresh for Clip off the stems, and run the fruit I

good fortune.I Many of us pass up only about eight months of the year.. tnrough a coarse rood grinder. Meas.lire These Menus Sunday !

Program Arranged opportunities unrecognized, because With the perfection' of the frozen place in heavy aluminum kettle, Try

\ For Farmers' Week, we are not careful, observers. pack method, It. will. be possible to I and cook until thickened. Add 1to
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The story is told' of a farmer living -, place them on the market in a frozen 3-4 measure of sugar per measure or And Enjoy a Day of Rest :

\._ J in a section of the country where I state (when they will be quite I fruit, and cook to 221 degrees F,
GAINESVILLE Fla.-When somo I
lime was needed to grow, certain as palatable as the, !re h. unfrozenproduct Pack in hot jars seal, and process by
2000 ,farmers l an"?, home,, makers gafa- The cat died and in I I
crops. family ) for the rest of the year.i Dolling b minutes. This makes a
at the Monday,,
er University here digging a ,hole in which 'to bury the I This will extend our markets for a :wholesome spread for lunches, and is vr'r.rq
August .10. for the 10th annual Farm, I I I I
cat. a substance which proved to be longer period and thus help towards fine when used in cake fillings andr .l

ers' .Week, those interested ,in ,growing marl was discovered. The farmer had I a ,fibre" orderly marketing of the ice cream.

truck_ crops and ornamentals will been hauling ,limestone a long die i I ,- tl :r'-'nl f c i. r 11 ,:! ,t.iuJi''.,l,.(&*&r tPfeiEJWfia I 'II I I 1 Y'r- =s -' "n uc

t find unusually: interesting, special his alfalfa when right crop.When finis: 1 1:h., 1 ,. r/Mr '' wuLL l ?4 I I I I / d. .Tr.fwrl: L7
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tance 'for crop, the market for fresh' berries GRAPE RECIPES I
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planned-1ror..t'h: They are I v..l. :;I '
programs m .
: on his own. farm he,,had for the digging and early vegetables hits the tobog-
scheduled to make a complete tour or ,. II
a substance as satisfactory as gan, the remainder of the crop can As the supply of wholesome .Florida yI
tho! College! and Experiment Station 111.7 ,r i
limestone! tie hadn't_ observed it. be frozen and placed on tho markets grapes come in. housewives usT'rs-: : (t: l YYY."
farms Monday. afternoon, and ,to at
Sweet clover used to be a pest in both in Florida! and elsewhere we should get busy and save some or '
tend other educational and en
many: < the Middle West, Now it la being can be eating our own frluts and them. They will make a splendid I"
tcrtaining features the
planned fpr
used as a valuable hay, aha grazingand vegetables during the summer, ana i 1 i food, fit into the, diet nicely, and are

entire .group green manure crop oeacuse some the freezing and storage should not; I easily prepared.
Tuesday morning such topics as
observed.
man
4 cost more than the freight or other
MJU fungi and truck diseases: ,
crop
Sunflowers used to be Canned Whole
fought as transportation charge on fresh products Grapes

watermelon diseases, ana roaent con a weed in Kansas. which is now I from other states would. be. 'The Make a little slit in each grape. re-
i tot will be discussed by specialists. '
known, as the "Sunflower State." process 'has important possibilitiestor move seed ana paCK in Jars. jour

I in tile afternoon root-Knot, aphid, Now this crop is being used as ,a feed) Development along that line. over'' them a syrup made of equal
and jassid control will be discussed,
for chickens ,and as a silage crop, all It is only a question of: time until measures of sugar and \vafer. Let

and a special, insect ,and disease lao- because some man observed and sot whole meals of frozen products; 'will stand for 30 minutes' and refill if .
oratory period will be held.
to work 'to find a use for the weed. be common Dr. A. F. Camp, horticulturist necessary. Adjust top but do not seal,
of the main Wednes- I :
fVQ speakers Many things that were formerly I of the Experiment Station steam until fruit is softened but not
will be H. C. head or
Thompson
day ,
thought to be useless or In the way I wno conducting. rreezmg ana coju broken. add moro syrup if needed By JOSEPHINE 77. WIlSON oVAn.Cold .
II Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y. Hovjill tEat and seal while hot. The length of Cuts of Meat-Slices of Ham and
are now being used to advantage. In storage experiments said he Dcpt.,
Director Home Economics
discuss strains and variety stud Cold Lamb from Dinner
lea as well as premature seeding. some Industries the by-products, ate a meal recently in which every time to steam will vary with the variety 11. J. Heinz Company Chili i>nuce Potato and Egg Salad

which were formerly thrown away. thing served except the bread, was scuppernongs requiring about I ,/'-"!/ Cucumber. Pickles ,
Other topics to be discussed will bemo
are now paying operating expenses Frozen. It consisted of meats. fish, 1 hour, James 1 1-2, ana Thomas meals should be planned I lint Rolls Quince Jelly
effect or climatic, factors on Florida SUNDAY Chilled Fruit Cup Cake
I for the industry. vegetables and fruits. about 2 hours. that they may I,
: so Tea
truck crops, potato, fertilizers and .
I And so we farmers should Keep OUT I spiced crapes Include, ,attractive and. nourishing Canapes : Toast rounds ol bread w.

cover crops, vegetable production eyes ,open to_ the opportunities! around HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES Spiced grapes are prepared much foods, and yet will not force you to : on one side and spread,.untoasted I", "'V
l costs and competition, and the progress spend too much time In' the kit- Salad Dress
us. And another thing, we should not i the same as canned except that apices aide with Mayonnaise
of cooperative marketing. Tne : I chen. ing. Cover with a :slice of tomato,
reject an idea just because it Is new are added. After combining tne Breakfast of ,course should he a
latter will! be discussed by K. H. English Canned Figs then a slice of ha}'d cooked egg. !
New ideas have been, the making of sottened hulls and seeded PUlp to rather substantial meal-to, tide Top with a slice of Stuffed Spanish I
,manager of the Florida Vegetable :Select: firm, ripe fruit and can it until dinnervliicli
1 Industries, and have helped to maKe I each 5 pounds of fresh frfult add the family over Olive and place strips of olive I
Growers, Inc., while the other at once. Do ,not bruise the figs while Is served rather late in most house around the edge.
farming a, better profession. Just be. 2' 1-2 pound sugar, 2 ounces ground
topics will be handled by College or ? picking. Green figs will shrivel, sunburned holds. For the main feast. I niu Lr''lcDrcs : 1 teaspoon! > "it: 1
cause some method is suggested cinnamon, 1 1.2 ounces ground cloves suggesting roast leg of lamb, sinco lIg. telU1)OOn 8Ur.: ".
Agriculture workers. ,ones! will be tough. Grade the tea"pooii pip-ll'a: ; 3 t:bJ:.: -.-ns Pure VineCar' -
which ,is not, according! to the way we and 1-2 pint vinegar. Boil until sut- most women find a roast, more : 84 cup Pure Olive .011.
The special ornamental fruit, and precook.from 3 to. 6 min
program I
Sunday, and tho ]leftover
have, been accustomed is no reason riclently thick which for the 5 pounds practical on Mix the salt, sugar and paprika ,
will begin Thursday afternoon when I utes., This will remove objectionableflavors lamb can bo.nllrert and served together, add vinegar and oil, ai.l ;
the method is not a good one. will be about an hour. Other combl1 -
flowering bulbs, roses. lawns, andfoundation soften the fruit,, and facilitate cold for supper tl'e: same ills'! :lt, or heat thoroughly. Or, put' all the
nations, of spices, may be used. made Into a r vn-y ir*;>nt pie or Ingredients into a glass jar.
.Pack
will well filled jar.
plantings be discussed packing a ; .
The'' grapes may be spiced wholeor hash foroTlc1ay.s: dinner. rcrew lid on tightly and shake
by Experiment Station work- RURAL COMMON SENSE the figs in jars or cans and steam You will be 1 p'!" s'vl tn find how I thoroughly. I
In small buches. Pour them
over I
ers and N. A. Reasoner, Oneco nurseryman By Spuds Johnson for 30 minutes. Add .heavy sugar easily ami q"tcliv all tl'e rneaN: Caramel Frosting' .. :! ccps l1ght brown
a hot syrup made of 3 pounds of sug- shown I here can he pr'p.-"rl 'ml suar; ia cup milk:
will continue and 1 1-2 hours at boll- ( .
The
program syrup process :2! tablespoons butter; 1 tcsp'):'l1 Distilled!
ar, 1 quart cider vinegar, and 2 your family wPl 1 l bo !sure= to like '.
salt.
Friday: morning with asparagus fern HUGJJN U'KUITS! ANDVEGETABLES ing. Use the water. which. the fruit Whits Vl-ccnr/ ; teaspoon I
: tablespoons each of cinnamon, all them, too! Mix: Ingredients: together and !
insects, ,mt alr. ,bugs_ on; bulbs, flower WILL BE was precooked to make the syrup. bring .slowly to a boil, keeping the
spice, and elves. After 24 hours pour BREAKFAST .
strips, ana diseases or ornamentals COMMON DELICACIES Canned rigs seem to be replacingthe lid} on the i>-an. Cook to the soft

AS the main topics. -- '\ long honored, though overly the syrup oUt boll and add to tne CrutJircl fitr'awt'vrric4 in ball ,stake ( when a few drops forma

grapes and let stand over night. Re- Orangr.1 fi"c soft ball! in cold water,-236 degrees j
One friends invited
of town me
my .sweet, fig preserve icith Rih Milk I
Rice Flila : :
peat the three times. Seal F.) Cool, add vanilla] amI.
RURAL COMMON SENSE in to a luncheon 'of the Kiwanis Club Spiced_ Figs process Creamed Eggs on Buttered Toast beat until creamy. If the frosting: i

By Spuds Johnson last ,week. The topic for discussionwas Grade and wash firm, ripe tigs. and urocess., The syrup should pre- Cubes -. becomes -stiff while spreading adda

the frozen pack method of pre Pre-cook! them from 2 to t 6 minutes. pare about 7 pounds of fruit. Crisp Racnn Curls few drops of hot water. i
Coffee Salad 4 cups cold
FAKMKKS SHOULD OUSEICVE! serving fruits, and :juices, berries, ana Drop into .a boiling mixture made of Potato and Egg boiled po.
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AND MAKE THE BEST USE vegetables. For dessert, we Had fro G pounds- sugar. 4: quarts water, 2 LAUGO Construction to start UtoM.IVa teaspoons cut,In cubes salt; ;teaspoon 1 onion chopped paprika fine:' 3:

OF! ADVANTAGES TUttX! HAVW zen berries, and they were tine. quarts vinegar, and 1-4 ounce each or soon on new Citrus City Growers'packing DINNER hard: cooked eggs chopped; 2 tablespoons
plant estimated to cost ?su- Canapes or Cream nf Pea Soup chopped parsley.
.-- Although there is still much to be whole cloves. cinnamon and allspicein -- Stuffed Spanish Olives Mix potatoes, onion, salt and

Chasing the, rainbow alter the pro' done, considerable progress nas already ,, a spice, bag. Boil until the figs are 000. Road Leg of Lamb Currant Jelly paprika and marinate In French &'

"'vorbial pot of gold at Its foot ha4! been made alorg thl! line. transparent, then allow to stand 'over JPUK.T MXiiit.u:: J. oatim setting Browned Potato/ Dressing. Chill. Just before sere
Broccoli- Buttered Cnrrnti ing add ,,eggs, parsley and enough
bullc'gasoline ,
long since .ceased to be a, profession, There are ;a number of different night. If the syrup is thin, drain OIl permit to construct or Mayonnaise Salad Dressing to
Pimiento Cheese and CclenSalad \ =
farmers know the only fruits and fruit juices berries, and the fruit and conecentrato the station; -
for ,even that I syrup with Fri-nrli ,Dining; moisten well. Pile in crisp lettuce

pot" of gold existing at the foot of I vegetables that are now being frozen I by boiling. Return to 'the fruit: heatto HIALEA'H-Acme Quality' faint Ice Cream Devil's Food Cake w;tb' cups and garnish with strips of red

l the rainbow is, soil. However manyot on a commercial scale. boiling and seal. Store:; 188: N. W. 36th St., leased store Caramel, Frosting, or Wl le Calf or green pepper, or thin ,slices of.Swe'et
with Cocoanut Frosting Gherkins Serve with additional
us still sit idly around and wish The pocess holds pomlse for Flor- Fig SpreadUse room next to their present store and .
Co flea dressing, if desired.
ror some good fortune, without ever ida fruits and vegetables. Our citrus the broken and over-ripe rigs.. will' be used as warehouse.

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