The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00671
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: February 25, 1938
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
lccn - sn 95047264
System ID: UF00028415:00671
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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some day be. But we know what
up any hurricanes or cold waves or *J4JilJt**:**************:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:...:-:..:...
News * *
The Clewis ton rainy days, or whatnots. Florida is you are, and it's unimportant. We J. f M. COUSE ,

sufficiently blessed of nature that SCHOOL NEWSBernice could get along without you, but Counselor and Attorney at Law

Published every Friday in Clewiston,I the truth is all that is necessary. we can't spare a single little boyon

Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, However, it seems unfair not to acknowledge O'Neal _.........._..___ Edito this street.-Geo. Malcolm Hopkins Building

Inc that the radio broad- Billie, Hooker Ass't Editor Smith in Travelers "Death Beginsat i Wednesdays and Saturdays

casts, particularly those, from Cali- Miss Evelyn Schutz, Faculty Advisor "

KEATHLEV: nOYVIJEX, Editor ifornia, have given that state and ,::.......:..:..:..:..:-:...:,.:..:...:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:..:.+ 40. : 0:30 to 4:00

its cold, rainy spells, more ribbing '
Entered as second class mall matter than Florida has ever had. Clewiston High School boys ANOTHER TAX STORY
February 1, 1927 at the Post Office in team won from the LaBelle teamin
Clewiston, Florida, under tho Act of *
March 3, 1897.Subserlti LaBelle Monday, evening 22-8. "In 19 27 the Curtis Publishing L. B. MershonAGENT
In the meantime the hotel looks '
like'a The The entire game was fast moving Company filed fourteen tax returns
hotel day.
more every and the local boys seemed to have with Federal, state and local
Hate $=.00 Per Year President's Dinner brings to mind gov-
Application.. I reached their stride and to have ernments. It cost $850 to
Advertising Hates prepare
that the annual harvest is
I along toward a successful concluaI -!I no trouble in maintaining it. them. In 1937 this company filed New York LifeInsur' '

I Brantley won the tip-off and the about 44,500 tax returns
the cost
Devoted to the advancement and wel- I And tourists continue by the i I ii CompanyARCADIA
fare of Clewiston and Hendry County."Business game was under-way. The score at of preparing them was $21,000. In e
.... hundreds to travel to and fro in
J the end 'of the first quarter was 1927 this filed tax
company one return FLORIDAJ.
Florida, and to stop In ,
Clewiston 6, LaBelle 3. in Canada. In 1937 it filed{
headline discovers the hundreds to visit the sugar .
says a -
At the end of the first half the one return there.-Saturday Even
is here." house. :
breathing spell lead had increased to 163. The ing Post.

Modern phraseology., ,* last half found the boys in ex- S. CAMPBELL

The Atlantic National Bank, I
cellent trim and the game continued TEN BOATS DOCK: AT MOORE

Larry Nash shoots 75 to take/which features the state's Industries to a victory 22-8 for Clewis- Jeweler & Watch-maker

Lead in Golf Touiuaraent-Clewis;I "In its series of daily newspaper -I,ton. HAVEN, IN TWO NIGHTS t

ton News. They must take their j advertisements this week has tIPParticipating I
In the game were: Ten visiting crafts measuring All Kinds of Jewelry, Repairs
golf pretty seriously down around I a timely advertisement on the Clewiston: L. Hare and B. Owens -
from forty feet to 100 feet
the big lake.-Sebring News. Well sugar Industry: Says the Adv; The were i I Optical Repairs
forwards M. Stone and J. Hooker,
tied up here on Thursday and Fri- t.
Florida Everglades .,. A Potential 1
after all, Broking, hunting seasonis
over. Sugar Bowl for the Nation. Development guards; J. Brantley, center. day nights of last week, five each AT CHRISTIAN'S BAllutiR: SHOT'NORGE

of the Everglades lands LaBelle: Mills and O'Bannon, night. During the week there has

I forwards; Harrelson and McDaniels been
I more activity in the waterway
in the Lake Okeechobee region is REFRIGERATORS
George McGwigan, Moore Haven'swit guards; Luckey, center. than ,at any time during the seasonso
of the dramatic phases of :
and philsoopher, shortly after I one Clewiston: Subs 0. Time-outs 1. far as pleasure boats Furniture and Homo furnishings
Florida's agricultural history dur- are con-
Son Jimmy's now famous "We" : the decade. LaBelle: Subs 1. Timeouts 2. cerned, There have been only one PHILCO KAD1O3m
ling past
utterance at Palm Beach regarding The honor of shooting goals or two eights when at least one

Claude Pepper, said "If Son Jim- Successful cultivation of sugar\goes to Hare of' Clewiston who was yacht was not moored at the city Household FurnishingsInc. ,

my would use a little more salt I"cane on a large scale, and operation I responsible for 14 of the team's 22 dock. ,i

and less Pepper, he wouldn't he I of a huge grinding mill at points. Hooker won admiration for .

so-fresh." "Clewiston for production, of raw his good work guarding, and the The largest craft of the, week BELLE GLADE. FLORIDA )
through the waterway were the
--".--- sugar by the United States Sugar entire team played in best form of '
I Viator, 106 foot yacht from Isles-
I Corporation, adds a romantic phaseto
100 carloads of gladioli have the year.
boro, Me., the Savitar, 100-foot
been shipped from Fort Myers: vicinity Everglades progress. Girls Game W
New York .
yacht, the Veneck B,
to Northern florists this sea- During the 1936-37 grinding season The Clewiston girls lost their
seventy-footer of Miami the
Toddywax -
.on. It requires 5,000 dozen fora the U. S. Sugar organization game to ''LaBelle 27-11. LaBelle of Philadelphia, seventy- CHANGE RENT RECEIPTSfcA ii.

carload, and part of the time the harvested 529,156 tons of cane and tossed the ball in and took the lead seven feet, the Blue Heaven of New

retail price of glads in the North produced 48,736 tons of raw sugar. with a 7-0 score' at the end of the York, sixty-one feet "the qhe as

was $5.00 a dozen. You can have ,The corporation owns 117,000 first quarter. They never lost the of Boston, seventy feet' and abark'i

lots of fun figuring that out. I acres of Everglades land, :with approximately lead and continued scoring until tonio, of Washington, D. C.

: 18,000 acres now under the final whistle ended the game Other pleasure 'boats were, the "

Back home politicians: who han I:cultivation. A yearly average of 2- 27-11. Osana, 40 feet of Ocean City, N. J. :I.. '

: content themselves with kissing,800 employees shared last year's
o ]I The line-ups were as follows: the Hazel R. Daytona cruiser, 34-

the babies, have some real compe- ,,payroll. Clewiuton: Hooks, V. Bethea feet, the 'Yellow 'Jacket, a sailboat, t

tition from the Washington variety -J I The Clewiston grinding mill is and D. Bethea, forwards; Waters' 17 feet, the Aljo V, of Palm Beach, e e e o

who are photographed with [:the largest cane sugar house in J. Hooker and Wethington, guards.LaBelle 34 feet; Sis, Miami 42 feet;

Eleanor Powells, Myrna Loys, and I'the United States and has becomean : Hull and Curry, for- Rumba, Wilmington, Del., 36 feet;

other lovely movie high-lights. interesting visiting spot for wards; Bailey, M. Atkinson and ,D. the Sandpiper, Sarasota, 42 feet;' OUR 113iGETPU9a1iI -

tourists, Atkinson, guards.: the Lotus, Tampa, 35 feet; the (

When someone remarked that Sugar production in the United Gulf Stream, New York, 50 feet; :

anyway the Social Security made States is restricted by law to defi- I The furniture' and.'furnishings In i iI the Sonny Boy, Corpus Christ, 45

some people save a ,little that I nite quotas for various areas. That the Home Economics, Departmentare feet; the Sandford, of Macon, 40 It is as simple as It sounds,

never would do it otherwise, Nate I the Everglades easily could be-I being remodeled under the di- feet; the Ada an auxiliary!: cutterof too. All you need is a modest .

Reece of the Arcadian replied: If come a giant sugar bowl for the rection of Miss Whitten, assisted by New York, 28 ,feet; the Buccaneer down payment.Then'the bal- '

only the politicians don't spend it I nation, is the prediction of thecompany's the girls of the department. i, ,, cruiser of Washington, D. C. ance is spread monthly over a just period like, ,4':
before the folks that savedit repayable
poor officials. The Home Economics 'classes are thirty feet; Jane, Shelburne, Vt., rent.,No worry, no bother- 1;--
come into their own. A hopewe Full production of raw sugarin now engaged in sewing and are 32 feet; Psaras, Clearwater, 53 feet and you have something to

all echo. the present Clewiston mill making good use of the two new and the '10R535 ,of ,New York, 30 show for your money. 'j .': rWhetheryourincomeissmall

would furnish :year-round employ- i sewing machines in the depart-I feet. Many of the boats made the j .T,;)

.:..:..:..:..:..: ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:,.:..:..:..:..:..:..:":..:.,:..:..:. I ment for 4,000 to 5,000 persons, i'ment. crossing each way across the state I or exact large home, you for can the find amount the '

and present facilities would be The school enjoyed a half day's during the 'week. you can afford monthly. If ?-

i) RAMBLINGS o e tripled, making jobs for 15,000 to holiday on Tuesday, in observanceof The Buccaneer is, owned, by'I you want to build, use our :Ir

20,000 in the Everglades sugar in- the birthday of George Wash- H. Coe, a writer of some renown, Home Owners' Consultation '
Service for Ideas-without
.1;'..;.;A..:,.:N;N..:N N-N N:..:111 N:N+:N:N:"N 1It's I,dustry. ington. who has been Interested in the obligation. Learn now how ''',

But even under quota restric- 3rd. Grade, 100% Spellers cross-state route for ,a number of easily you can own your home '1 ,
hard ,to believe as we sit This list include an who Insurable prices. "
tions, the sugar industry in Flor- pupils years. at present I
down to a typewriter the first of ,
ida has become an important eco- on Friday, spelled perfectly all In addition to the above mentioned -

tile week, and hear the birds sing nomic factor. The U. S. Sugar words included in spelling lessons pleasure crafts another : -

ing outside, see flowers blooming, Corporation has blazed a successful during the week: Ruth Emrich, fleet of shrimp boats came throughon Clewiston Federal .
the sun shining, nature at peace
trail through use of modern, Mary Ellen Smith, Grace Ward, Thursday of last week from

with the world-that somewhere in I scientific cultivation and produc- Jo Ann Crouch, Janice Norton, Pat I Fernandina and South Port, N. C.enroute .' Savings and Loan
the North '
there are floods, some-
tion methods.. With the slogan, Bailey, Harriet Alston, Virginia : to Morgan City, La., for

where earthquakes, somewhere' hur- ["The American Market for the Turner, Nancy Wright, June Es- the shrimp season.SUBSCRIBE AssociationJWoderate
ricanes, and across the sea people
American Producer", officials of, penlaub, Ben Boltou, Gilbert Mc- -
killing each other for reasons unknown I
the company have urged greater Leod, Clarence Stiles and William l Y
to half the participants, anda : McCracken. TO THE NEWS <% fr1
i utilization of Florida's potential
dictator of a war-minded people 'I I
sugar-producing possibilities. ----
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shaking his mailed fist in the face -------
The Atlantic National Bank has OPEN LETTER TO CARELESS
of the rest of the civilized world.If .
affiliated with its banks in West DRIVERS II"'MM'MV"'M'N.'M'M'MV. 'r"-.N.N.N.'N.N.N".N."".N.N.SIN. .N.N."1."i.N NON"H H.I '.N SIN H NON:N:
men could but toss aside as in-
Palm Beach, Sanford, Palatka, -
consequently the aims of glory and t!. -- ;
Gainesville: and Daytona Beach, I saw you barely miss a little 'j'
the desire for power, the peace ::.I I ::
I I end is one of the most progressive boy on a tricycle this afternoonand .. '
that nature intends for the world I ,
of the state's. financial institu- heard you yell, "Get the H--- .. I :::
to enjoy could enter human hearts.If ;
tions. out of the way! Don't; you know
there are floods, they will recede '
any better than to ride in the,1 CLEWISTON 1IIOLF
hurricanes wil soon pass, an 'II i
And the 'Hendry County Motors : streets?" He didn't, answer because =
earthquake lasts but for a moment,
I''i I '; opening its new building for public i I he hasn't learned to talk very well
and the havoc they have wrought in
inspection tomorrow. Drop in and : yet. So I'm going to answer for :
that brief space of time is small :: ::
leak it, over, and you'll probably COURSE I:
compared to that of a nation on him.No +
conquest bent. 1'nd things you didn't know exi the little boy doesn't know .;.1 ''

ted. At least I didn't know such any better than to ride his tricyclein f y y

( 'uipment was in the world, though the streets. He has been warned y

Coast A paper of the Florida East more motor-minded people may be not to, but little boys don't always :_: .,-: :: "'; '
last week I
,editorialized thus: < i
"California newspapers have long familiar with it. If I tell you too heed warnings. Some adults'' don't .t. ,I

I much you might not go see it for either, especially traffic warnings; ';'
questionable repu- yourself. The new garage buildingis for example, the one limiting the : y y
tation of
exaggerating Floiida '"
a credit to the town, and we speed of automobiles. : I, .,;.
weather conditions and .
minimizing 2'TI ,.
I'm going to tell something -
add our congratulations to the I you,
disasters in their own state. Their
- scores of others. about that little boy. He has a
Influence extends so far as to have mother who 'endured considerable I -
r the Public
radio programs "plug- in" nasty -i-iOpell10- [(!
comments about Florida We hearda And lest Ramblings be thought inconvenience, anxiety and suffer- I '"

tco serious'this week, here's a ing to bring him into, the world.
couple of them recently when the :
ought. It should be titled: Out He has a father who has worked 1. IL-- ,t.
cold wave swept the state, but tohear I :
I ,.
Of the Mouths of Babes. hard and made every sacrifice to ;
them tell it would think
you Boss: When will your father'sleg make him healthy and happy. The '. .!.
that Florida had suddenly
be well so he can come to supreme purpose of their lives is 'i.
the ice age. Of these
course acts y
work? to have their little boy grow up to ..'
are done under the guise of alleged .
Son: I think it will be a long I.be a useful man. !.
puns and Florida '
people can time. Now stop a minute and think.If :. -- ., :.' .
take a joke as well as anybody, but : ,:: : ; : ::
Boss: Why?'' you should kill a child, how '-' ',- : .. .
when It is carried to the '
where point Son: 'Cause compensation's set'would, you feel facing its parents? Greers Fees i :;:
damage to the
; state is
ap- .
in. More important: What excuse could I .'
parently intended, then it ceases /you possibly offer Him whose King- ExceptfonaB Fairways =
to be a joke." I'I ------ I ::
dom Is made of little children?
Well, fellow editors, a hurricane 7 Woods in Furniture in 1400 up Interest ig Greens
I t tI
Children, my hasty friend, were :
is a hurricane, and they are bad I I I Oak, willow, sycamore, lime, ,
chestnut here long before you or your auto- .
I walnut and
business, in Florida, in California, cbc-y were the I .{
II I \voods used for Italian Renaissancef mobile were thought of. All the ;1>
up the Atlantic seaboard
and else '
trniture rnrnio from 1 !:2J:: k aboit: automobiles on earth ale not worth" '

where. We have no desire to cover ;I 1 :!3. ........ ......... :..............j'. :. .... .E :.. II' 11
the life cf ono little boy. We don't, ,. . ,. o.-. . 0'i S'i I '<+S __-.-.-.-_!'-..._..... .... ,.:

know what that little 'bo"i' ..may
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t .DEFINITE PLANS ARE President Bitting Honors Key HENDRY CO. ,MOTORS


Men of Organization With


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plans are being made : The Hendry County Motors

for the construction of a new high I .. Dinner Thursday Night which is holding! a formal openingof

school building, for Clewiston by I its new home tomorrow, extends

;, the Hendry County Board of. Public an invitation to the public

ri instruction which this week returned to call and inspect its modern
the tentative plans to the architect Key men in the organization of I I Candied Yams ** problems, and we want :the Ever- equipment and new fire-proof

L. Phillips Clarke of West the United, States Sugar Corpora- Tomato Salad glades area to be an example of building: The Hendry County

Palm Beach, for revision to en- tion were. honored at the Presi- Cream Cheese and Guava Jelly that well-established fach. We Motors is an authorized Ford dealer -

large the auditorium and to Include dent's Dinner Thursday evening Toasted Crackers want farmers to grow part of their and has operated in Clewistonfor

two additional rooms. i iwhen Clarence R., Bitting was host Coffee acreage in sugar cane. and part of little more than a year, under

The present school building was I ito: the ,directors of the corporation, Cigars Cigarettes It in beans, peas, tomatoes and the active management of E; M.

constructed to house 175 pupils ]I the key men in the organization After the dinner J., W. Moran, other truck crops. When the quota Cornette, one of the owners of the

.nd the present enrollment of I Ithe and other distinguished guests. general manager, introduced the restrictions are removed, that wish company.

t' school is 280. The school board I Ir The dining room of the Sugar eighteen directors present to the will becomea_ reality." The Ford dealership was first

r is planning the new building with House Apartments in which the key men of the group. President Mr. Bitting then distributed the located in the building of the
ii-: $, a view to the continued growth of dinner was held was beautifully I Bitting and former vicepresidentand prizes which he had prepared, and Sugarland Service Station near the

I the school and with the expecta-I)decorated with sweet peas, gerbera general manager J. J. Har- which were awarded by drawingof Industrial canal, but began con-

: .r" tion that it will care for I and other spring flowers in pastel rington were given an enthusiastic numbers corresponding to the struction of its own building in the

1 ./f of the community for many years. shades. The speakers table was ovation by the crowd. numbers on each guest's program. fall.

' '-j;, A sum of $10,000 has been allocated placed at right angles to the other The guests who are not associated The radio was won by C. L. Mc The
I Ij new building, which is located -
4' to the WPA project for three banquet tables at which with the organization were next Lendon, a candid-camera by William on four lots on Sugarland

the building. As soon as the archi-Ii guests were: seated. Trailing introduced, each man standing for C. Prewitt, a Gladstone bag Highway, was designed for the

.::" tects plans are returned they will asparagus fern and pastel flowers recognition by the crowd as his by Max Meluh, a wrist watch b} Hendry County Motors by Harry

be submitted to Washington with I were placed along the center of name was called. Foster Meredith, an electric lanternby Brothers Company of Louisville,

'l-' a view to increasing the federal all the tables. .I President 'Bitting then passedout I I F. Deane Duff, an electric and the steel and metal were manu-

.; ,'" participation in the project to approximately The Arcade leading to the din- the bonus awards to the key lantern by Eugene Ci Mills, an factured by that concern in New

,; : 15,000 and the pro ing room was decorated with a men for the past year's achieve- electric razor by Wm. P. Journi- Orleans. With, a frontage of 100

ject will be submitted to the voters display of sugar cane, and photo- ment, all of the key men except gan, an electric razor by Lawrence feet and a depth of 50 feet, the

of Clewiston school district at a I graphs of various scenes of the five new men who have been'wit'h Rodriguez, a wool blanket ,by Ros- building is designed without a

special election to authorize the I Everglades s sugar plantation were the organization less than a year coe S. Stokes, a rod and reel by single supporting column to break

issuance of bonds sufficient to i flashed on a lighted' screen near received the awards. Harry T. 'Vaughn, boxes of cigarsby the floorspace. The roof receivesits

cover the local sponsor's contribution the door. President Bitting, in his splendid George A. Yon and J. D. Bruce, support from the side walls and

.' .>, to the project. It is e'sti-I The doors were opened shortly but short address, told the key men and an automatic rifle by W. B. interlocking steel rafters.

&i;; mated that the completed building after seven-thirty and as the guests and the other guests that it was his Elam.
The floor is concrete throughout.An .
; will cost approximately 50000. filed into the room to take their hope that'the growing of sugarcane Favors of. a silver Christy sport
office and stock-room is par-
t' 1., With the ever increasing, growth places at the table, the, orchestra would' soon be unrestricted'in knife and a, box of Nunnally's
titioned off in the Southwest corner -
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It of the community, present school played "Happy Days Are Here the Everglades and that "not sixteen candies were presented to each
of the building and a paint roomis
iK. :, facilities are already inadequate, I Again" and the assemblage burstin but sixteen hundred" farm- guest.
:.' located directly in the rear.
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states M. E. Von Mach, chairman I spontaneous song As the dinner ers would soon be employed in Following the prize distributiona
Mr. Cornette states that the Ser-
of the school board. The board I opened the Dixie Crystal Theme growing sugar cane along with I floor show using talent from
vice Station, equipped to dispenseall
r; feels that in order to' maintain a Song was sung. I their truck crops. He emphasized among the employees of the cor- '
Gulf products, is a one-stop service -
; proper standard, for the school, a I An elaborate, menu consisted of: that the corporation did not wish' poration was presented with
J i station,-gasoline, oil, greasing -
;3. larger, building: is necessary. Martini Cocktail !to grow all the sugar cane in. the Charles J. Lovvorn as master of
battery work, tire and motor
; : The new, building will contain Green Olives-Hearts of ', Celery .Everglades, but would be glad for ceremonies., A solo, "Rosalie" by
h repair are all available. A complete -
6 class rooms: including-: .a home i.,., .._.Crab,. :Meat Cocktail cane. to, become ',the stable crop MissMignonne.-.St. AMartin, ,accom I t .Aro greasing' equipment,

economics room and a' science ," Chicken Consomme,' on which every Everglades farmer panied by Mrs. J. H. Doty delighted which Mr. Cornette states is the

k laboratory and an auditorium' with Roast Turkey and, 'esshig' I could rely for a return on his agri. the audience, Miss St. Martin's in Clewiston
only complete Aro set ,
a minimum seating capacity of 500. Cranberry, Sauce cultural investment. "We hope, pleasing soprano voice and charm-
I and is
has been purchased being
i Several suitable sites are: ,under Giblet Gravy I said Mr. Bitting, "that the Ever- ing personality are always a de-
featured for giving specialized
consideration for the location but Trinidad Dasheens glades will continue to be a co- light.A .
I grease service to chassis, regular
::, no definite decision has been reach Fresh 'Green. Peas operative section. Diversificationis comedy skit' by Oliver and Mc-
i gear and all parts of cars and"
< ed. The junior and senior high I Fresh String Beans the solution to all agricultural I (Continued ''en Page 8) .'
trucks. A full line of Goodyear -
t'fii school classes will be transferred '
.. ._ tires is in stock.
',\'I.! ... kept
;;; to the new building and the grammar '
The repair department, says Mr.
V i school will remain in its presJ J Kiwanis Club Hears New Dining Service
'<-" ent location. I II List of Guests AtPresident's Cornette, has a mechanic who has

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I I ', '',' Tomato Crop Outlook I Available In ClewistonMrs.

. FAVORITES ADVANCE Jim Beardsley, old-time and ./--- Dinner I H. C. Jones has just opened LOCAL GARDEN CLUB

; ;\. I prominent farmer of the Everglades 'a Public Dining Room in the

: TOURNEY section, talked to members of the The, guests at the dinner which house adjoining her residence on
IN GOLF 1; President Clarence R. Bitting tend-I ViSiTS FORT PdYERS
; :. Clewiston Kiwanis Club Wednesday Sagamore Avenue. Mis. Jon"
ered to the key men of the United
1 evening on the subject of tomatoes plans to serve regular meals to
States Sugar Corporation at,, the
2>' The Quarter-Final matches lni!! as an Everglades truck boarders, and to have meals available '- In lieu of the regular February
Dining room of the Sugar House
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'i', I the agricultural committee of the {any time. She will also serve r Club met last Friday 'for. an al'-

,' ?.:;, ton Golf Club, closed up last Sunr -| '
.! :: day with most of the favorites still j I If ]program.Mr. Charles E. Allbright, of Milwaukee, :noon. the annual Flower Show and L-J
Wisconsin Frank L. Allen, New
intact. Most of the favored, few, Beardsley discussed the cul- I Mr. and Mrs. Jones recently purchased visit several notable gardens Ci:>:
York City, Robert W. Atkins, New
:. however, are finding the going 1 ture of tomatoes, particularly those the residence; adjoining route.
York City, Dr. Ralph E. Badger, I
',;' !,$ tougher each match and won their characteristics of their growth in j I their home and it is in this location: Stopping first in LaBelle the
Detroit, William T. Bitting, Phila-
. u;, way to the semi-finals only after the mucklands. Pointing out that it ,that Mrs. Jones is operating her was shown through tn
, delphia, William H. Bixby, St. party
;:':: Try close competition. is a well-established fact that dining room. She also has a number
. Louis, Mo., Harry S. Covington, Tyrell Gardens, a lovely spot ou
: ':" '' ( "Probably the feature match of crops in the mucklands profit enormously New of rooms available.Mrs. the banks of the Caloosahatchcu
Cleveland, James H. Douglas,
'r ,,- ."vst ,week's play was the father from the addition of fertilizer -
York City, Lewis A. Garred, De- Jones' location is a splendidone river. At Buckingham Mrs. Peace'sJungle

: and- son affair of W. C. Owen and II to the soil, Beardsley, des- troit, John G. Getz, Detroit, for her business, as it is only Garden was the stopping

iI his son, Billy, playing in the third I cribed many tests and experiments,
'., James J. Harrington, Indian River, one block off Sugarland Highwayand place. Here many rare plants, several -
:::;:, light. Mr. Owen,' in spite of al I both those which he had conducted Mich., Frank P. Kolbe New York easily accessible from all parts of them native of South Amer-

" ,< ;: Considerable lack of play recently, himself and those of other farmers
of town. ica; were seen.
-- II City, Jay W. Morgan, Clewiston,
made the mistake "of treating and of the Everglades Experiment
,,4 grave Hamish Mitchell, Southhampton, In Fort Myers the group attended -
; ';; ,; this family meeting too lightly, and :station at Belle Glade. The essential the Flower Show and eujojed:
Bermuda, Thomas Oxnard, Miss Lilly Stone spent Tuesday
;'" found himself 2 down at the turn element most lacking in muck
fullest the -
to the lovely arrangement
nah, Ga., N. F. S. Russell, Burlington -I in West Palm Beach. I
:. ." It was a see-saw match coming Soil, stated Mr. Beardsley, is pot- of flowers from Fort Myers
N. J., Stewart M. Seymour,
:' home. Owen Sr. won Nos. 10 and ash. Twelve specimens of soil were -
:, I gardens. The Everglades :
I i New York City, and Forst P.
be all and immediately sent to New York fertilizer :: sehal'll-1
11 to square a prominent ";;yI B. also visited and the colorful
I i Tralles, St. Louis, l\!o. Royer Herman
went 1 down again on 12. Win- house for analysis. These display of various hues of bougain-
Scniffli GeorgeL.
Oswald F. ,
the organization
.ing 13'and 14 to go 1 up, the specimens were from varying localities I The key men Sims, Roscoe S. Stokes, Dr. D villea were especially attractive to

'; match was again squared when in the Everglades, and their included: JC.I Thompson E.V'. Uellendahl, the visitors.At .
Junior won No. 15. But Father analysis further established the Fisher W. Ange, Horace A. Bes-
I Harry T. Vaughn, M. E. VonMach the home of Mrs. Alexander
4; tock 16 with a par 5 and halved fact that potash was the most tor, Malcolm W. Bigg, William E. Yon.
Arthur O. Ward and George A. Ray, the beautiful formal gardenswere
the next two to win 1 up. Needlessto needed element. The Belle Glade I Bolton, Dr. Benjamin A. Bourne, Thereare
Other guests included: opened to the visitors.
say, Mr. Owen will give more station conducted a series of tests I W. L. Brantley, Sr., J. D. Bruce,

sel ious consideration, to his family over a period of five years and Jr., Frederick E. Bryant, William David G. Alston, J. E. Beardsley, few such gardens which may

I A Cook 'L. Crochet, F.Deane C. H. Berner, R. M. Bishop, Keath be seen in this part of the state.
golf matches: in the future. arrived at the same conclusion. Thestatlol's Sidney and
William ley Bowden, of Clewiston, J. M. Beautiful statuary, pools
field of Duff, Foy Durrence,
Another interesting match in the tests included a
,W. 1. fountains lend variety to this typeof
Couse Moore Haven, ,
D.i i B. Elam, Lewis J. Fraser, John ,
Third Flight was the Mrs. F. (Continued on Page, 8) Mrs. Elms' Jungle Gar-
Evans, Miami, J. E. Frierson garden
S. Harrington,
V. Fourmey,
C. Pre\ itt meet. Mrs.
EUff.- Creek was also visited -
den Billie's ;
TV. R. Hooker, Bell on
Moore Haven,
Hill William
Fred Hemikspn, Fred I.
;. Duff, shooting a smart 92 was 2 up DIVIDEND DECLAREDThe
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P. Journigan, Otis A. Jones,, Glade E. E. Kelly
: turn but forced to the
at the was from Clewistoa
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Kolstad ton, D. C., Luther Jones, Belle Making
Henry C., Jones, Henry C. I
7. :, last before winning by that Directors of the United .
green Mrs. G. I
Mrs. F. M. >
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John, Glade, E. E. Welly, Clewiston,
P. Luce,
W. H. Lanier, Byron
margin. She is an outstanding States Sugar Corporation at a I ; Rackstraw, Mrs. W. C. Oven, .Ia.
Otto Larsen
C. L E. Kurtz, Fort Myers,
Lucaa Evan W. ,
favorite to capture honors in that meeting held in Clewiston yestcI'day -
.. Mrs. W. P. Vaughn,
H. Lewis, Harry
.:: flight. Another favorite in this sec declared a ten per cent divIdend -I McLendon, Celestino A. Martinez,,, Clewiston, Montgomery Mrs. Richard Knight, Mrs. J. R.
MaMeluh, Foster Meredith, Eugene St. ,Petersburg, J. A. McGehee, sr.,
tion is young Robert Creech of on all common stock payable Ezelle Mrs. J.
J. W. ,
Cecil V. Parkinson, W. W. Perry, Lakin, Mrs.
C. Mills, Eugene P. Mutrux,,,
improved March twelfth to holders of record
Glade whose has
Belle -
Mrs. E. L. Stewart, Mrs.
Forest C F. Curry,
William C. Owen, Robert Y. Pat- Hon. E. L. Stewart, Rev.
immensely the past two I on March 7th. I
Mrs. George
J. F. Walsh, Leah Spicer and
and Father
Pruitt Frank Taylor
William C. \
weeks. Creech had an 88' in eli- A similar dividend was declared terson, ,

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Whites Attend combination attack of malaria and I with ailing engines. The manage- Whorter Default. ] office to the bridge and thenceon

Many I arthritis. The Mardi Gras promisesto ment has employed the best me- Ralph Kirk beat H. R. Hall De- the north river road to Lee

Negro Boxing Bouts be quite an event and is schedul- chanics available and has spared no fault. county line, as the W. P. A. could

i jde for the night of March 18, witha expense to provide them with proper V. C. Denton beat Bill McCrack-. not handle so long a stretch of

| gigantic parade, pageant and re- working conditions and equip- en 4 and 2. road in one project.

A large crowd of white people vue. ment. H. VanLandingham- beat H. L.

attended the weekly boxing boutsof Guy Ruhl was at the Rotary The Hendry County Motors is Lapp 2 up.
I i Holly, Almost White Wood
the colored laborers at Town- Club singin' about the "Llttl owned by Blitz Wegman: of La- Third Flight I I Holly is an almost white wood,

site Arena Wednesday evening, I Prairie Flower" when we arrived in Belle and Mr. Cornette. In the Robert Creech beat Mildred Mc I I found in this country and in Europe.

when a special program was pre- Frostproof, but we caught up with short space of little more than a Cracken 8 and 7. It is used for inlay and marquetry,

sented by boxers chosen from the I I shim later and he took me around year It has become one of the Mrs. F. D. Duff beat W.. C.j and is sometimes: seen in entire

weekly matches at the vorious I to see a sort of citrus Simon town's leading business concerns. Prewitt 2 up. I I top and side surfaces.

plantations, including, Azucar, Ben- Legree: fellow named :Major Keenan -I W C. Owen beat W C. Owen Jr.

bow, Liberty Point,. Townsite and who seems to have the faculty ,:Kiwanis Hear- 1 up. ,
Sugarhouse. of makin' citrus trees that have E. E. Kelly beat D. M.. Dickinson IN TilE CIRCUIT counT IN AND -
recreational di- "dead" sit and -- Default. IJJ
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rector refereed the bouts. A radio (Continued From Page 1) Fourth Flight '.I' COMPANY, ,) .fJ\

was presented to tho winner of the bark.Keenan operates what he calls a I potatoes which yielded 115 bushelsper Luther Jones beat 'Dr. J. W. a Corporation Plaintiff ).) '%""".. .

main bout, a wrist watch to the Soil Laboratory and folks with sick acre on unfertilized land, and Ezelle 6 and 5. fe. ) '

winner of the first semi-finals anda or sorry citrus trees call on him to 239 bushels on an'adjoining acre Mrs., L. C. Betzner beat Mrs. H.I BULA R.Defendant.WALLER. ) \ ,:
watch with chain ,sind knife to look 'em over and prescribe a rem which had received 500 pounds of J, Stein 3 and 2. ORDER OF PUBLICATION; "

the winner of the second semi-I edy. First thing he does is makea potash fertilizer at an additional I John Hooker beat G. L. Sims STATE OF FLORIDA .TO:

final. Dress shoes and shirts were careful analysis of the soil and cost of approximately $5.00. !Default. I resident BULA R.of 26 WALLER East Lexington a citizen Ave.and.

the prizes in the preliminary bouts. I he usually finds that the trees are Mr. Beardsley described the pres- Gray VanLandingham beat W. P'1 Winchester You Kentucky ordered: and
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At the conclusion of the matches I"off their feed". He recommendi ent crop as the best since 1924, Jernigan Default. ',: to appear on Monday the

Battle Royal was held in which a special diet designed to give them Bye-Consolation FlightDr. fourth day of April A. D. 1938, a
a and pointed out the rapidity of Rule Day of the above styled Court,
each prize was awarded to the two I a balanced ration. I I growth this year by explainingthat W. J. White (15) beat Dr. in the office of the Clerk of the CIr-

last boxers in the ring, and $1.00 So successfully has the Major been ," the January 10th planting is S. J. Simmons (24) 1 up. cuit, in Court the Court of Hendry House County of said Coun-Florida -

was given to every boxer who!that the growers are singin' his now blooming, weather conditions Loren- Rosenberg beat Bye. ty, to the Bill of Complaint filed

stayed a full minute. Prizes were praise all over the state. He has I have been so perfect that the crop Ed Ward (21) beat S. K. against by Barcarmll you in Company the above, the styled same cause beIng -

donated by: the U. S. Sugar corpor-I taken non-productive groves and I I will mature about ten days earlier Swayne 6 and 5. mortgage a Bill and for in the default foreclosure thereof of the a

ation. made them produce bumper crops this year than usual. The custo- Dick Bowman (15)' beat Bye. allegations of said bill will be' takenas

The boxing bouts are part of the with as high as 90 per cent first John Harris (15) beat Bye. confessed by you. ;; :
mary tomato season In the Gladesis It Is further ordered that thiS: /,order
regular recreational program main-I grade fruit at a cost of around 15ca from April 15th to June 1st. E. G. Kilpa rick (15) beat Bye. be published once a week for
four consecutive 'weeks in the ct w-
tained on the sugar plantations. box. Shipping, will, probably begin April Semi-Final Pairings; Championship iston News, a newspaper of'jren;\ial
They have been enthusiastically received -i Like a doctor examining a patient -:I 5th. Flight circulation printed and publi hedg In
Hendry County, Florida 31( .1 I
by the colored laborers and Mr. Keenan goes into a grove Emmett Shelley vs Forest Ban- I WITNESS my hand and seaEKrvttrns: LI ;; I
Guests of the Club were three Court in LaBelle, Hendry -:County "*;
each week attract a large numberof and takes samples of the soil four ning. I
members of the Gainesville, Flor- Florida, this the 17 day of .February: ,
white people who.enjoy the interesting times a year, analyzes it to determine Tom Shelley vs O. G. McWhorter A. D. 1938. l? ida Kiwanis Club, Dr. W. J. Sheely, (SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL.- ?
? '
sight. A special section of just what kind of food the Semi-Final Pairings, Second CircuitfT '_
Clerk of ::Court '
W. E. Stokes and L. .
Shealy. "
eats is reserved for the white I trees, have been gettin' then writes Arthur Flight I Hendry County. ':,. /
The visitors are in the section to CN.-Feb. 18 25, March 4, 11. ::'::
visitors.Too. I a prescription adding this or that i Jack Barrett vs Ralph Kirk.V. .
'I participate in the Annual Livestock
II element, cutting down on others, C. Denton vs H. C. VanLand-
I Field Day at the Everglades Ex-
and the results have been truly ingham.
periment Station at Belle Glade.
_ d flfl3IICQLIT] S2 unUgMa.DBms miraculous. Semi-Final Pairings. Third Flight i
The Kiwanis Club lunched at the
Robert Creech vs Mrs. F. D.
Late To Seminole and adjourned to the office -
of Mr. Beardsley across the Duff.W.
C. Owen vs E. E. -Kelly.
street for the program which fol-,
By tRiissell Kay I Semi-Final Pairings, Fourth
II lowed the luncheon. !
I (Continued From Page One) Flight _

.rrrsia;KHgBa agggggn rnaHBS:: > J J Coy 'was informally hilarious and Three new members were welcomed Luther Jones vs Mrs. L. C.; Betz-
into the club and placed on
around the interpretation of these two men
I've been 'hitch hiking' committees for theyear's activities. ner. ,
the state for the past two weeksin of Immigrant characters was splen- the John Hooker vs Gray VanLand-
R. C. Nowling, proprietor of
company with "Reel" Edgerton did. Texaco Service Station, E. M. Corn- ingham. ..I34.aOLE
Introduced "the entire Sparks
of the Western Newspaper Union. Bye-Consolation Pairings
ette, manager and part'owner o f
It's about the only chance I haveto family" Mr. and ,Mrs. George Sparks Dr. W. J. White (15) vs Loren ACKSONVILLEGARNETT ;
the Hendry County ,Motors and Ed J -
and visit with the news- sang a lovely duo "Down the Riverof Rosenberg (20).
get out I
Colyer, in charge of the parts department FLOF@DA@
Golden Dreams.
Ed Ward Dick Bowman
(21) vs
paper boys. of the Clewiston Motor ,
Fred Douglas, a negro laborer I ANDREWS.Meager
While the 90-mile an hour pace !i Company. Mr. Cornette was placedon (15).
with considerable talent as ven- ENJOY SUMMER COMFORT at tU
that "Red" maintains between I I the finance, committee, Nowlingon John (15) vs WinnerH. modern, fireproof hotel in the heart of down.
his colored
triloquist, brought J. Stein-Mrs. McWhorter .
towns is more or less detrimentalto the reception committee and ( ) town Jacksonville. Every room wilh tub and
I Charlie McCarthy along for a dia- E. G. Kilpatrick (15) vs Winner shower, soil water, ceiling fan, radio, slotted
a guy's nerves and heart, the I the
Colyer on publicity committee.
that clever and well summer: door... Every Bed with innerspring -n
log was '
pleasant hours spent in company very I J _________ _________ (Parkinson-Duff). mattress and reading tamp Running ice '1:
received. .
with members of the Fourth Es- water on every floor.
The beautiful "Indian Love Call" Golf TournamentContinued AIR CONDITIONED .,
tate at each stop more than madeup ,
for it.Starting. i was sung by Mrs. Elmer Montgomery DINING AND MEETING ROOMS ,.'_.,..:-
I I and was very appropriate to ( tram page 1) Rates-Smgk with Private Bath! .\F

with a swing throughthe her contralto voice. Auto Theft Case 78 Room* 52,00 80 Rooms $2.50 -

Pinellas Peninsula and up afar The high-lights of the entertain- minatlng Mildred McCracken ,and 40 Room. S3,CO 24 Rooms $3.50
( 10 $,. '. Room ,* FWt'B.iS J400 .
as New Port Richie, we then ment from, comedy will be hard to take out of this.
lor double
program News Slight aa.ene occuoncv ----
(Hendry County )
turned south covering all coast view-point at least, were providedby flight. Thomas Hooper, 18, was paroled On.. 8 POUND ,+.,.i.HOtlt ,
towns as far as Fort Myers, then the colored entertainers from Clewiston is finding itself well ': PATtfr, V wart; :tSnroa. ,
around the Tuesday to his father,' H. C. ._.,. '._ $....... .
east for a quick trip the several plantations. The Liberty represented in the Championship -.
Hoo'-I' ;
er of St Petersburg, and "' -
_Lake area before returning northto i Point Tap Dancers, three dancers Flight, with the Shelley brothers, ,
Askill, 19 Boston, Ma
s., "
catch the ridge and interior Tom and Emmett in the semi-finals ( -
with fourth who provided a gui-
given a jail sentence of 30 days ;
towns. I tar to their Emmett found little trouble eliminating -
accompaniment steps,
after both ,boys pleaded guilty
chile the weather(and we've had brought down the house. I his quarter-finals opponent, : ,I
before Circuit W.
a mighty nice brand of it lately is 'John Thomas Pahokee 4 Judge George '
) I The Azucar quartette, favorite of and 3, r
Whitehurst to the theft of auto- +
still an: excellent topic, "politics"is voices from the Eastern division I while Tom definitely established an (
mobile belonging to Glenn Ether- '
always something to talk about harmonized in himself as the man to beat when
beautifully I ton the night of Feb. 1 in Clewis- 12f2Hu'f10RIDA;
in the average newspaper office, I their number, the spiritual, "I Can't he turned back Larry Nash of ton. /

and I find that the information a Sit Down." I Belle Glade, 1 up. The Shelley-

fellow picks up from the newspaperman Two small colored boys from I Nash match: was the outstanding Judge Whitehurst deferred sen- E. :- ":

is usually pretty authentic as Townsite of 'i meet of the week and'predictions tence of young Hooper upon his
sons company employees )
promise to return home with his
far as the local situation is concerned were featured in the High-chair are rife that if Tom, who has j rg; rg; '
live life of
parents and a good
for no one has a better know- championship for the Pinweighttitle played little golf the past two I
I behavior. The elder Hooper is to
ledge of the thoughts and reactions of America." Attired in diap- years, is hitting his shots he will I W
report by letter on his son's con-
of fellow-townsmen I
than the ers fastened with :not be beaten. Pahokee is well
enormous safety
local editor. !duct at every term of circuit court G1m
pins the two sturdy negro lads, represented in the Championship
held in LaBelle. McAskill who
Interest, such as has been left the. weak from with Forest Banning and Belle .j
shown I assembly laugh
( would promise only to return to his
so far, centers on the ter. From their high-chair seatsin Glade's banner Is being upheld bj '
in Boston if released drewa
rice: but for the most it isn't parents :
part the corner of an improvised I the unofficial champion, O. G. Mc-
30 term.
day jail
very keen as yet. In the area cov- ,were :Whorter. Tom Shelley will tackle
ring, they nourished with
The have been held in the I IRlt
boys ftil
ered I fi1 l
Pepper was looked upon as bottles of milk between rounds of McWhorter next In an effort to win
I Htndry jail here following
the leading candidate, with little I a fight into which they entered his way to the finals, while their arrest two hours after the i
any opposition. Wilcox, next in with vim, vigor and vitality. Emmett takes on Banning. Both '
theft of the car in West Palm
line, was expected to show increas- The matches will probably be playedoff
guests gave every numberof Beach. They said at the time that
ing strength, particularly in the section the program an enthusiastic re- next Sunday, and will not only
they thought the car belonged to
around the Lake. I could find
ception. prove very interesting, but also ;

practically no support for Dave Music was provided during din- who will fight It out over the 36 the sheriff and was, the property o'f'
of the county.
Sholtz, but many respect him as a. ner and at intervals during the hole route for the Everglades f""

campaigner and believe, hewill evening by Joe Astoria and his Championship.In ;

show up better'when he begins. active Antilla orchestra from Coral Gables. other important matches of,IWork Is ProgressingOn Stop at th. : '

campaigning.: last week, II. C. Van Landingham!

Tinley Moore and Curry Merchant of Belle Glade won over H. L. Lappof Fort Denaud Road ftoMVaM,1
Hendry Motor- .
are practic:!,'!/ unknown in County Pahokee, 2 up in the Second '.'

the territory covered and the average (Continued from page 1)) I Il I Flight; Forest Banning won over (Hendry County News) AVENUE, \ \ ,,
312 S.
person feems: inclined to discount l=een specially trained for repair 'Arthur Wells in a poorly played Work is progressing steadily 'on
theni entirely at this time. work on Lincoln and Ford motors, 'I match in the Championship Flight, W. P. A. project '65-35-1499 rep- -

It is for too early to form any and another who is expert on all i i 2 and 1, and O. G. McWhorter I II resenting paving of the road All Outside RoomsVilh ,t-1

definite opinions, however, and types of automobile motors. There beat Lou Betzner in the same sec- through Denaud from Stallings 1'ihate Bath I. .1 t'i"

most folks are waiting for the !3 also a body department in I tion, 4 and 3. In the ye-.Con-, corner on state highway 25 to the '
9 j
fireworks COOL, CLEAN, QUIET
to start before attempting charge of a man who is an expert relation, Dr. W. J. White, playing Denaud postoffice. W. P. A. laborIs ; : .. '

to decide which pyrotechnical i.t straightening bent fenders and I under a, 15 handicap. eliminated at work building up and leveling Overlooking- Biscayne; n\y :iI

display appears the most. iemoT/Iug dents and bruises from !Dr., S. J. Simmons, a 24 handi- the road to comply with specifications ,I "

At Fort Myers enjoyed a visit to the bodies of cais. The shop is capper, 1 up, and Ed Ward won of the project before actual Two blocks to Shops, Theatre_and

the Lee county fair and was impressed equipped for fine paint jobs, and over S. K. Swayne. i paving begins.A Business Section. --' iI

with the improvement sinceI has a power washer for washing Results in the Championship project Is being submitted to "

last attended one several :years Flight: complete the road from Denaud HATES ,' '

ago. Also as the guest of Louis cars.The mechanical department has Emmett Shelley beat John Thomas postoffice across the bridge and '}l ".,:

Alsmeyer was given a personally the newest line of tools and instru-, 4 and 2. west on the north river road to $1.50 Single .'. :

conducted tour of the Highlands ncnts for the use of its me- Forest Banning beat Arthur Lee county line, to connect up .with

County Fair at Sebilng. Both!chanics. There is included a speed Wells 2 and 1. n. project In that county which Is 52.59 Double

e, i.nts were attracting good crowds valve-facing machine for regrinding Tom Shelley beat Larry Nash being worked on at present 'surfacing A

avid: were very creditable shows.I I :;l.c.: i.Jl rumily, Weekly & .,
j valves, which, Mr. Cornette 1 up. the north river road to,' the ti

At Winter Haven found editor considers the best machine made O. G. McWhorter beat .Lou Betz- Hendry county line. .Monthly' Rates ;

George Burr ire. directing plans fora for this important work. There is ner 4 and 3. It is necessary to make two pro- I ;

gala Mardi Gras from his sick also a laboratory for checking Second Flight jects of the road work from .",ta- I s D. McCREARY, Proprietor, ;: .,

had, where: lIe.. is confined with a motors and analyzing tho trouble Jack Banett beat C. L. Mc6 lings corner to the Denaud lO t-I', .


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ff-' .:................................................-........*......-,.-.........''MI .. ........- I Mr. and 'Mrs. Harry Phillips of Glade, Frank O. Hobson and V. C. EVELYN MILLER CELEBRATES-----' wood--,----red- cedar, willow, poplar,

::',) I Fort Myers, spent, Sunday visiting I Denton of Pahokee, W. R. Dickinson 13th BIRTHDAY WITH PARTY I white ash, sweet '
r :_;: Personal Mention f: their son, Lincoln W. Phillips and, O. G. and C. L. McWhorter, I!sycamore, walnut, hickory, linden, j jI

I ,I, Mrs. Phillips in their home at the Mr. and Mrs. H. C. VanLandingham i
; -:..:.-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: ..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:(<-x..) Schult Apartments. Mrs. E. M. VanLandingham-, Evelyn Miller celebrated her 13th I I persimmon, 'red maple, black locust -
birthday recently with an afternoon chinaberry, two species of oak
!, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Turner were lof Belle Glade, Miss Alice Willitsof and two of catalpa.,
party at the home of her parents, I
r Sunday visitors in Arcadia. Mrs. H. L. Delaney, Mr. and Mrs. [ South Bay, Clara Bell Morris
I! Mr. and Mrs. Joe Miller in the Plots have been planted on different -
I Harry Delaney and little son, Donald of Belle Glade, Dr. H. E. Elsberryand
Schult Apartments. 1 spacings, all trees are marked -
Harold Magill of Moore Haven of LaBelle, were Sunday Ralph Kirk of Belle Glade,
A treasure hunt and studies
and several will be made of
was a business visitor here Wed I guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. William H. Weeks, Gray VanLand- their
other games were enjoyed duringthe growth with respect to their
nesday. Harry Turner. I ingham, Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Knight
I site
I afternoon. Favors of valen- conditions.Mr. .
I ._ and F. A. Simmons of Belle Glade,
( tines and candies were distributed .
Attorney R. E. Kurtz of Fort I Mr. and Mrs. J. J. : Grahamand H. L. ,Lapp of Port Mayacca, Jack to the guests. experimental Coulter also stated that an
Myers was transacting business in Barrett of Canal Point, Kathryn planting of 100 dog-
and Mr. Mrs.
daughters and I
Belle A lovely birthday cake was cut wood trees is now being made by -
Clewiston Thursday. I W. M.: Bradnack 'spent Tuesday Smith of Glade, R. E. Ferris
and served with Ice a private landowner In
lof Lakeland cream to Betty W'akulla
Louis Salmonte
afternoon in Fort Myers and at
1 Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Ford have! the: Beach. I Robert Creech of Belle Glade. I McDuffie, Elizabeth Winn, Anne I County.
Pafford, Barbara Broadfoot, BobbyBroadfoot
k moved into one of the Oglesby I ,
Sonny Vaughn, James '
r Apartments. I Il T. M. Coburn, who has, been, employed LADIES AID TO MEET I Cooley, Charles Benbow, Lester ANNUAL LOSS GREAT FROM

l ':Mrs. Robert Black w s'a visitor at Okeechobee, ,for several ,_ I Jacobs and, Kenneth Miller. STATE FOREST FIRES I
I months, has returned to Clewis- --
The Ladies Aid will
Society meet ,
r in Moore Haven Thursday after
ton and is at the home of his at the church next Thursday after- Losses by fire on lands under
noon. daughter, Mrs J. M. Moore. STATE : EXPERIMENTS WITH protection in Florida were reduced
noon at 3 o'clock. Mrs. R. H.
I HARDWOOD SEEDLINGS to a new low during 1937, accord-
Knight and Mrs. C. E. Robbins
t. Gordon Hand of LaBelle Is visit- [ Mr. and Mrs. 'Rodrick McNeillof ing to figures released this week

J f ine:: his sister, Mrs. Joe Miller and West Palm Beach _an'4 Mr., and hostesses.be held and Election a full of attendance officers will is I I Greater attention Is now being by the 'Florida Forest and Park

I family for several days. Mrs. Paige Lehman of Minneapolis, requested. paid in Florida to the, planting of Service. The report for the past

"';Minnesota,' were guests 'Friday of I hardwood forest seedlings. C. II.I year shows that, approximately 3-
Mr. and Mrs. Joe ,Miller and Coulter I 128,000 acres were protected and
Mr. and Mrs. F. Deane Duff. Assistant State Forester,
children, Evelyn and''' Kenneth spent MRS NOWLING
HOSTESS TO announced this week that three ex- that approximately 49,000 acres

Saturday visiting_in____LaBelle._ Dick Owen, had the ,misfortune.: BRIDGE CLUB WEDNESDAYMrs. perimental plantings, totaling 12-f were- burned,. an actual loss of

J the latter' ,part, of the week to 000 trees and involving 20 hard- 1.57 per cent. There were 2,293
Mr. and Mrs. C.J. Lovvorn of
\, fracture his arm ,when he fell while R. C. Nowling entertained wood species, have been planted :fires accounted for. Only 2.09 per
here ;I
Canal Point were visitors Wed-
skating., The left arm was fractured members of her evening bridge club during the past few weeks. One of I cent of the fires were due to
nesday evening.
, just above the_ wrist. I at ,her home on Wednesday evening. these is on the Carey State Forest (lightning, all others being man

I High score prize, a lovely ,collar in Duval County, another at the caused in some manner. Over half

@> Mrs. Paul Rardin and Mrs.'Luke Mrs. S.. C. Stalls i and daughters, and cuff set, was won, by Mrs. W. nursery at Olustee, and the third at I almost 55' percent, were incendiary

Frazier of Canal Point were Friday. Betty, Jean and ,Peggy and Mrs. M. Lanier, cut_ prize, a silent butler ,the Industrial School at Marianna. I fires, deliberately set. Damage is

Visitors in Clewiston.: W. C. Nail1 and children, Miriam by Mrs. B. J., Schroeder and low, The species planted include dog estimated to total $62,112.00.
and, Billy of Moore 'Haven were a nut meat chopper, by Mrs. C. E.
Mr. and Mrs. E. 'P. Mutrux were Clewiston visitors Monday.Mr. N all.

visitors ,Thursday afternoon in Belle ,
fish salad with potato chips

Glade. and Mrs. Horace Bestor and coffee was served to Mrs. Tom

spent ,the weekend'In Miami. They Shelley, Mrs. R., C. Wilson, Mrs. MRSIHo Co JONES.Has ,
Mrs. A. C. Carlton spent I :
thej.{,,are guests, of Mr., and Mrs., W. M. Roy Alston, Mrs. Harry Turner,
,week end in Fort Myers visiting I Redelsheimer I and attended the Mrs. Lanier, Mrs. Schroeder and Public Room and
Mr. and Mrs. Orville McClure. I Sonja 'Ii nie Ice Revue ae''the' Irs. Nail. Opened a Dining

Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Doolittle of :Orange Bowl Sturday'eyening.! Offers Regular Meals Every Day

Pahokee were visitors Monday in
i Mrs. W. F. Simpson, Mrs. Olin I .

Clewiston. i Carleton, Mrs., H. A. Kaupp and I VISITING HOURS AT SUGARHOUSE Sunday Dinners A SpecialtyA

son, Harry, ,of Okeechobee e and Mrs.
Judge L. E. Purvis and family of '
!Elizabeth Wagner of Philadelphiawere limited number also availablePhone
Arcadia were visitors in Clewiston I visitors in Clewiston Thursday (Daily Except Monday) of rooms
i- on Monday. I '
9 to 12-1 to 4
"'':" 319 Adjoining Sagamore ,Court
'.) Mrs. 'G. H. Small and Mrs. C. R. Guide Provided

Cruze attended the,. Ice Revue :at J. F. Tippey, Wilbur Goff and

the Orange Bowl in Miami Sunday.Mr. Pete "Chaga'ris.spent Monday and .J

in ------------------ -- - - - -
-- Tuesday LaBelle, here''they

daughters. and, Jean Mrs. G.and C.'Carol Augur: spent and ,jury served at. .as.the, members spring', term of the of circuit grand mmm I ,I IfI II i1lmlmllllm I I.I! !!I I! fi fi jlmlillmilmmllllllllilljllllllllllmllIlm I I [ I i !l!I! ,mlIIImmmlllllllilllill PI I I d INfIUIfIIIIfILIIII I I I I !II! IIIIVI! mlIIiiilij ii! !II ll'li.l liiimimlliiilllliiilillmllllliilillllliiIJiiillmliIIJmim!,I!!:!,h I!:; I !II I l I I i1 i I I I I II it!I l!i !, i L iV ijj GI ru,,a illlill 1 I 61d1IV m. 17IIIIG I ,:I! 1jiilit,I!!il II.I il, Illi1!!I I I u I]l I, I,a lIlliimmr, I f

e Tuesday shopping in, Miami. I court. "
I l' : Come To Clewiston Dry Goods CQmpany'UNLOADING

Mrs. Keathley Bowden and sons,f Mrs.. James U.: Owens of Washington '

a Kay and Paul, spent- Sunday in spent the'week-end herewith I
Okeechobee. her ;husband, who is associated -
i' 1 '
r wfththe' U. S. Engineering de- 1

i" Mr. and Mrs. Solon, Crews and partment. Shs returned to ,Wash

: Miss Alma Crews of Fort' Myers ington Tuesday.
visited Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Mills I .--

Sunday. Miss Frances Morgan spent ,Tuesday -

t --- I visiting her sister, Miss Mar-

Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Nowling spent I garet, Morgan :in West Palm ,Beach. ."-1 S ALE -< =-

the week end in Fort Myers 'visit- Together with a party of ,friends I

ing Mrs. ,Nowling's parents, Mr. and they motored to Miami in the, even-

Mrs. L. H. O'Steen. ing to attend the Sonja Henie

GK Mr. and Mrs. I. S. Bell spent ,

Sunday in, West Palm ;Beach, visiting \, Mr. and Jill i
Mrs. B. P. Luce had as Ellhlilifi
their 'daughter an'd' son-in-law, their .
guests on Tuesday Mr. LUC 'B .r
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Deadwyler. sister, Mrs. R. E. Smith of Maple- WITH DRASTIC SENSATIONAL PRICE CUTTING 11111
Friday 10 A. M. Friday March 4th
; wood, N. J., and Mrs. R. B. Chip-
\ Mrs. F. R. Maxwell and her' son, 9 A. M.
" man of Martha's Vineyard, Mass., 36 IN. PRINTS
% Van Bush spent ,
: The' visitors are on a tour through I
Clewiston visiting: Mr. and, Mrs. 5c
the state. 3 for lOc
'1 llihl
-- -T
,; :: Mr. and. Mrs. F. :M. Wright had YARD I
Mr. and Mrs., Frank Cothern and
as their guests on Sunday"a group WAY FOR MANY NEW NATIONALLY ADVERTISED Friday, March 4th
daughters, Doris and Janis, visited hitTOWELS
of friends from Chicago and from 9 A. M.
Mrs. Cothern's mother, Mrs. Ida I Friday 2:30 P. '
i Cox in EaBelle for ,the week end. Scarsdale, New York, who are LINES THAT WILL AND ARE ARRIVING -
wintering in Florida. Included in ll1 lull

it: .' Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Woodward thIs group 'were Mrs. Harriet ':Fera, SASH CURTAINS DAILY SEE THE BIG SALE BILL FOR 5c
in Orlando visiting Mrs. Doria Green and Mrs. 'Oliver
spent Sunday Elifi 3c
mother Mrs. V. DeCelle and 'sons, Jack and Edward -
:;f l' Mr. Woodward's V.
)1.Woodward.. of Chicago, and Mrs. Carol DOZENS OF BARGAINS r.I."HA'l'VILIJ SURELY Saturday, March nth

\ ,} -- Drench ,and sons, Davies and Allen i >- 9 J\. M.Meiis 1 II-

.;t\ :; Miss, Dorothy Craig, Mrs. J. G. of Scarsdale. The visitors are spendIng \SATURDAY 0 A. M. SURPRISE YOU. and Boys
;!: <.' the winter in Lake Worth.
:': Niblack and Mrs. W. P. 'Vaughn, "I" KNEE HI HOSE, DRESS SHIRTS

.:+::/ Jr., were shopping in West Palm 39c
.- Beach Tuesday. Among the Clewiston residents Thursday 9 A. M.
: 13cSaturday
Tuesday 9 A. M. ilk
attending the Ice Revue in ,Miami hEEl

Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, Miss Jean over the week end were: Mr. and 2 1-2 YARDS 81x90 ;.

Patterson, Mrs. E. C. Mills and Mrs. A. W. ,Lawrence, Mr. and Mrs.R. Saturday, March 5th I

son: Gene, spent Thursday afternoon C. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. 9 A. M. 9-4 SHEETING SHEETS 9 A. M.MEN'S .
'! l in Fort Myers. Nail, Mr. and, Mrs. B./J. Schroeder, 1 SOX
\:' Mr. and Mrs. ,C. R. Cruze, Mr. and III TOWELS 49c I
I Dress, Work
k ',' Mrs. H. C. Jones and her mother, 'Mrs. Roy Alston, Mr. ,and Mrs. 5c Pr. Pr.

\\it Mrs. A. B. Dupuis were business Sidney Crochet, Mr. and Mrs. J. G: I 8c 6c I
: visitors in West Palm Beach Satur- Niblack, Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Ford, Wednesday 9 A.I.

? day. Misses Marion Leydig, Beatrice J9 inch Thursday 9 JM.. Jill
:'; Jacobs, Frances Morgan, Mildred Till 'Monday 9 A. M..
Monday, March 7th
f, '..' Mrs. A. C. Burke and daughter, Ward, Marcia Avant, Robert Spicer, MUSLIN .._ SIEETING712c RED SPREADS 9 A. M.

Kathryn, and Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Mrs. Leah Spicer, Wilbur Goff, Bob, Till

Hamm of LaBelle were Sunday Logan, Vincent Oglesby, C. R. 5c 59c STARTSREMNANT

', guests of Mr. and Mrs.... Richard Cruze, Judson Francis, Emmett YARD I DAY
Hooks. Shelley, and Sandy ,Bell. YARD

Dr. and Mrs. D. J. Williams and Among the:"'out-of-town golfers m
It Will Save You
Advertisement "Money
Sox Hits
r Mrs. Margaret ,Hughes of Punta playing, on the Clewiston course >

I Gorda were guests of Mr. and Frs. this week were John Thomas or I

( F. M. Wright Tuesday. Dr. William Canal Point, Mr. and Mrs. Lou

1 is a former minister of the local Betzner, John Harris, Mr. and Mrs. Shop GOODS
Community Church. Mrs. Hughes, H. J. Stein, Mrs. K. E. Lutz, Mrs. ClEW'STOQRY

'I whose home is in Wales, Wisconsinis S. J. Simmons and Arthur Wells Inc.
First At t
i a cousin of Mrs. Williams andis of Belle Glade, Robert and Richard I ,, : ,

spending the winter with them Yoder and Miss Mary Qualls of ,

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