The Clewiston news
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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 26, 1929
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: UF00028415:00224
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Date Is 25 Inches Help KiddiesI] I FLYING!' COURSE S

COMPLETED FOR With a total of 25 inches of rain IN BRINGS I INQUIRY.! "'I I Bishop and 1M
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L having fallen in this section this I I Morgan >!

Clewiston is ahead of the Head Clewiston Aviation
year :

i; 'NEW BUILDING years rain fall but schedule is still for slightly the past behindin few NEW MILL WORK FROM LONDONER I y company;, Pan-Am- i

f .I I the average over 'a period of f. I Ii Pilots to Cooperate. ,

' I years New machinery for grind Letters Also Pour In > i' _
New Building to Accom- This section gets approximately ;( r Plans are underway in Clswiston: for

f ',: .>' cdate New Workers In 60 inches of rain a year, but during ,ins: Unit Of Big Mill From Various Parts } the organization of an Air Corporation -
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.-r-, ... Enlarged Mill Celotex the past few years the end of July Now On Ground l Of CountryFurther :Y,9 ; % I which will be known as the

1 ; found less than 20 inches while : '' ;< Clewiston Air Ways Incorporated.. .

/: Used In Construction. this year the community has had 25 G. Bishop operating Vice Presidentof
Several additional carloads of mill, Indication of the attention :
inches. ; the Southern Sugar Company and
) 'f equipment were received this week Clewiston is receiving not only :
Foundation .work' for the construction Louis A Morgan are working out the
j the boiler shipments are virtually throughout Florida and the United
of the barracks details of the organization.
new two story
. completed, boiler drums are elected States but throughout the world was
building completed this week' and The purpose of the organizationwill
and the boiler tubes are now being installed seen here yesterday in Inquiries received -
'<., construction! of the frame work for be to teach those Interested In
j' ,. It was announced here yesterday among which was a letter
the building started The building. aviation to fly. A plane will! be bought
"1. : was # FOR OFFICE WITH by Southern Sugar company from W. E. Parkinson of London, England yR S.5e/ r'ti
;:?, will be a two, story structure of frame and Neil Stewart who is pilot for Mr.
officials In charge of building the 2,- who states that he is open "to
'. ;: and Celotex with Celotex interior. Itt Bishop will have charge of all students,
': ."." 500 ton a day mill addition which will ;;consider sound propositions In real
<'. will be similar in design to'the pres- SOUTHERN SUGAR nwwfu.+4, V i Night schools are to beplanned for
.! S give/Clewiston a 4,000 ton a day sugar estate or agriculture.
.; ent barracks. 'building and will accom- ; ground instructions b
I mill with the "I am planning to visit state
: opening of the 1929-30 your
z"'.' ; ; odate from 60 to S6 men The new 1 1I I The Pan American Air Ways of MImi I
grinding season in December this toward the end of the year. I have 'KINDERGARTEN
,, the '. have expressed their desire to
: ';: building Is a result of increasing w. L. Marfield Former
: year. tread: of Clewiston and will be glad to FOR
/.,,: the daily grinding capacity of the help In every: way and promise that i iI
Practically, all of the receive information think !
'Orleans Banker machinery and any you I
;!. .;;-S ;: Clewiston mill 'of the Southedn Sugar e w the services of their experienced pi-
:. ..... ., I parts for the grinding unit have been will Interest me I am open to cons'ller -
;;\ company from 1,500 to 4,000 tons and' In Finance Dept. LOCAL KIDDIES TO lots will be loaned the school without :
(... ,received and all of the centrifugal sound propositions for Investment
>.. .:}... the new building will house many. of 'In I costThe E.
machines are, on the ground There real estate or agriculture
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.: ...>,2, the male mill workers. Appointment of W. air field! of the Southern Sugar
I will be 2J centilfugals in the mill this An increasing number of inquiries BE OPENED HERE
,:f){ ((Please turn to: Page 6)) prominent New Orleans I.Iarfield'j Company will be used by theschool
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"t: Sugar company to he in chargeof ,
: r.: : BELLE GLADE AND banks in this section; was, an- I. ; Miss Clarice Nowling AS
nounced here yesterday by officials of To Devote Vacation ALLISON PLANSRESEARCH

'. ; .\' CLEWIST.O J TEAMS' lUre the Southern Mai-field's Sugar supervision company.will bo Under the GLADE TO PAHOKEE. TO BE DEEPENED T G Local W orltClcwfston BULLETINS ON .'

First Bank of Canal Point and the : .;
kiddies have found a .
TO MEET SUNDAY Lake "Worth l bank. : .
OWEN/ in Miss Clarice Now-
Horn in Cricjeville, 0 Mr. Marfield ., ling student of the Stdte College for VORKNews'/
after completing ;school and college _
S Y S Women at Tallahassee who 'announced
: Dou Header At Clewiston work entered; the banking business .in f I I'

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Admission To' "' kindergarten at Clewiston during
: He was later named national bank\ \: I Will Stand Used On StreetsOf Publish
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Be Charged examiner and for seven worked I
? $50,000As Clewiston Miss Nowling who is spending her Soil Tests \
in this capacity in the states of Mississippi -I ,
.y summer vacation with hey parents Dr I
Clewiston and Belle Glade baseball Louisiana Tennessee and parts I'w -
Dynamiting of rock preparatory to nnd Mrs. J C. Nowling worked outthe
teams will meet in :a: double header of Florida. a result of a series of protests Reports on the progress being made
filed by leading citizens of Belle Glade'and di edging In the townsite drainage plan for intresting the kiddies of I along agricultural research lines at
'. at Clewiston next Sunday and Clew After this connection! he became ,as-
Pahokec, members of the state'highwa canal adjoining the Industrial Canal Please turn to page 6 the' Everglades Experimental station
iston fans are optimistic as a result Please turn to page 6
'> of the ,daily'practice plan put Into effect department at a meeting in I was under way this. week, and the I near Belle Glade will be made through

:sl.f. :> ', by William Cecil Owen, Clewiston Tallahassee this week agreed to treat I dragline will be at work in the canal the columns of the Clewiston News, it I

--< :A;,.* .'I... manager. To help(defray expenses of COUNTY SOL0NSRider as an emergency matter therepairing in the next few days f ft was announced DEMONSTRATIONWORKER was announced yesterday by Dr. R.

{/ .the team an admission fee of fifty I of the road from Belle Glade to Pa- here yesterday by William Cecil OwenI : V Allison, rut charge of the experimental -
:"-::; ',: hokee which was damaged by tre I engineer in charge of the work: i : station.A '
;(j', .charged: I l'
,.; ':' Tn last Sunday's games" Canal Point 1 storm of last September and work! The drag line which is on the east!I wealth of detail In connection

:' y trounced the boys from] the Brown -- will be started in the near future on I side of the Industrial canal will work' -.--- wtilu -tile reorganizing of his research I I '

?. i Peanut farm ba score of S to 2 in Salary Ci* Will Be the complete rebuilding of the road. I by the old marl pit, the engineer said I II [ Miss P. Moore staff, together with other organization I I

a seven inning game. The estimated cost of, replacing, the I removing the last of the deposit from I I Virginia work will mean a delay of several j. I

r Clewiston and Okeechobee were Main Topic To Be hikhway is placed at aproximately:r I the marl pit which will be used to High In Praise Of I Please turn to page 6

$151,765 of which Palm Beach county: widen Bond street to width of 45 feet I. !i I
." :. will be assessed $50,000. Work will be I past the Hopkins, block} and the new Clewis ton-Moore' :

,' started in the near future. and it ,is ; telephone exchange. 1
Rock Is DeliveredTo ( News SpecialLA ) I I I A keen: interest in the activities of
expected that the completed road will It will then proceed up the town-i I Haven Road In 1
BELLE, July 25 -The questionof the Southern Sugar company In the
Smooth Highway whether the county; commission of be'' ready for travel, before the middle, site drainage canal removing the northern Everglades and high praisefor Good ,Condition I
of the 1929-30 marl which will thus deepen the canalto
Bridge Aproaches Hendry county ptcan abrogate their contract season. r' the work of B G Dahlberg and \

s:5':5 with II A. Rider county attorney Rebuilding of the Belle Glade-Pa- afford better drainage for the entire his associates was'expressed here by The road between this communityand

F- To repair the approaches to the In view of the bill which passed hokee road: is accepted in the northen Clewiston townsite. Miss Virginia P. Moore of Tallahassee Moore Haven is now in better E

;.1i1, ; bridges on the Sugarland highway tho'legislature last session fixing the Evergaldes as one of the most Important The marl to bo removed from the assistant state agen in charge of home condition than it has been for the

from Cle\\iston; to South Bay, piles or attorney's salary at not more than works in this section, for this Please turn to page 6 I demonstration work:. past few months as a result of the

; ; crushed rock have been delivered and $300 per year, 'wil be discussed at a stretch of road'is the only dangerous Miss Moore whb is widely Known work being done by convicts working of'

will be spread over the road at the special, meeting of the Hendry county: piece of road in the network of high- Clev/iston Tennis throughout the state as a result of her I for the state road department. t I'I

bridge, approaches within the next few commission next Tuesday in La Belle ways around Lake Ookeechobee, and,,. home demonstration work said that I A scraper. was also used and the 1, 'I

days it was learned here today tho communities of Belle Glade and Court Is Repaired she has been anxious to get to this deep holes have been filed in and the I I I,

Although the highway was recently According to an opinion on the mat- Pahokee -both }have suffered as a re- I section of the country to see the sugar entire road scraped so that the 16 .

completed, settling of the road has ter .given. by Fred H. Davis attorney sult of the condition, for motorists Clewiston's tennis courts back of I howl of Florida. mile trip can now be made in slightly 1

'. caused the bridges to be from one to general for Florida, the county attor- traveling over the Connors highway : the Clewiston Inn are now in excellent "I am greatly impressed with whatis more than half an hour. The state ;

''''r three inches higher which resulted in ney's contract with the board of com- through Canal Point did not care to I condition following the treatment of being clone here and am sorry thatI road department took over the Moore .
, one serious accident when Gordon V. missioners takes precedence over the travel the bad road to Belle Glade, Ocala rock and asphalt which was apPlied cannot remain longer and 'go into Ilaven-Clewlston road for mainten- :

Baker, Clewiston, youth was killed in act passed at the 1929 session of the while those passing through Clewiston by the Clewis ton company the work more fully What I have seen some months ago.

.: o ... a crash several weeks agoWith legislatureIn (Please turn to Page 6) A small amount of Ocala lime 'rock has been most Instructive and it is With the Moore Haven-Clewlston

): the crushed: rock spread over a letter to County CommissionerS was applied and after this was rolleda easy to understand the interest with stretch repaired, residents of these I

, :. -"" the road at the bridge approaches, lden L. Stewart, Davis said that the Daily Practise Is priming material of cut back asphaltwas which the entire state is watching the I two communities on the south shoreof

' /' the Sugarland highway will again be commissioners must abide by the applied so that the Clewiston operations here. I Lake Ookeechobee are now afford
Owen Plan To Win I s
'.: .. in excellent condition. The present terms of the contract with the attor- courts now compare favorably. with "Mr Dahlberg is certainly a, man of I ed a fairly good road to the west ..

'. "k r driving time between, this community ney until its expiration The contract In Baseball League the best in the state. vision and the state, owes him a real coast and J R. Parker of Fort My- :.

, : and Palm Beach is lengthened because : expires at the end of this year : debt for his work here ,ers reported'that the road from Clew-

'; it is necessary to slow. up for The commission is divided 'on the Determined to guide the Clewis :: Mary Young To-Head After leaving Clewiston, Miss Moore iston to: that city is now in good condition i I

tl' the bridges. I (Please turn to Page 6)) ton baseball team to the championship Please turn to page 6 ;:
.. Christian Endeavor
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BOND STREET TO BE PAVED AND glades manager season of the, William local team Cecil yester Owen Group In Clev/iston ERECTION OF TRAFFIC SIGN POSTS ::11

day announced plans for daily prac Organization of a Christian Endeavor ,

4 WIDENED\ FOR HEAVY BUSINESSthe tise Rain at the shine school grounds. society of the Clewiston communIty MARKS STEP IN CLEWISTON GROWTHAnother '

or everyone interested church was perfected at a

-_ In playing baseball is urged to meeting in the church called by --

As a result of the steadily increasing I ,completion of 'the Hopkins bUlld-1 be on ,the diamond every night at 'Mrs N. C. Storey. milestone in' Clewiston's urging traffic to keep to the right

volume of business In the Civic ing when merchants moving 5:30 o'clock with the exception of. Miss Mary Young was elected progress was passed this week when were erected at the three street Inter-

J. Center: section and in anticipation of I i stores on the ground floor reported al I Tuesday and Thursdays. On these president with Henry Storey named definite steps were taken to regulate sections ou Francisco street. In addition I

the heavier traffic with the completion capacity business soon after they 'evenIngs the manager reported the as vice president Eugene' Reier will the heavy, volume of traffic in the i to this signs urging the motoriststo I

of the telephone exchang building opened. I Southern Sugar company aid the serve as secretary and Miss Doro- Francisco street section, and through slower' speed. were erected in the

J.., plans were announced this week Central location of the civic center the Clewiston company officials are thy Deam was elected treasurer. the posting of traffic standards at all school zone 'and on the Sugarland

: : '\d by the Clewiston company for the section the merchants at this end of cooperating by closing the day half Meetings will be held, every Sun street intersections on Francisco highway near Francisco street t tI.

t' ; widening of Bond street in Civic Cen town explain makes it the ideal location hour early so that the players can day and notices will be placed in street, the noon day: maze' of traffis, Clewiston residents were quick to

"ter. The street will be widened to 45 for business houses particularlysince be on the field at five o' lock. prominent places about town. has now been untangled and is recognize the necessity of the move f

',1 feet with marl rock over the entire it is the nearest business sectionto "We have the talent", said ..Mr Keen Interest is being shown In smoothly regulated. and are cooperating fully with the re

',' surface from curb to curb the thickly settled section of town ''Owen "and with a little team work* the organizatios of the society, andit With the steadily increasing numberof sult that at the post office, insteadof

: The possibilities of the Civic Center north of the Sugarland highway and there is no reason why,we can't take' is expected that within the next local autoists, officials of the Clew- cars being parked at every angleas

I S section of town as the coming business also the nearest business area to Celo--I .the.... championship, belt ,for the sec- few weeks the organization will iston company recognized the need was formerly the case, the motor-

') area of the: city was seen with textown. Ia I II ond half .' have a record membership. for traC [regulation and sign posts Please turn to page' 6

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'. 1,homes and yet somewhere in the state there: are: builders shouting of hard I I GLATEX THEATRE PROGRAM In '*
"Honeymoon. '
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Successor to The Clewiston Progress .1 SATURDAY, Aug 3: Tom Mix in.
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'''. ;, '> .+. -,. FRIDAY, July 26: James Oliver "The Great Diamond Robber .'
1928, 'at the post dffce 'Curwood's' "The Yellowback '" A story It's coming-"King of Kings'matinees '
Entered as secuud-class matter February 8, A Clewlstoiilte returning from a week end In Miami said that he had
under the Act of March 3, 1879. of the far north Canadian woods each day. ,
Mt Clewiston made the trip In two'. .hours and! fifty. minutes. Miami' ; does" make a fine suburb and the Royal Northwest Mounted W

LOUIS' A. .MORGAN: ......./...............................,.................... Publisher I for Clewiston, come to think of it. police; features Tom Moore and Tom
Santschi. Red blooded brawn of the
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TOM SMITH' .....:................,..................................."................... Editor', Ghost writers often fail to catch. the spirit. of" the '.'thlng.-i-Iorrlstow'n tween fighting he.men.Also mounted; big.good fight comedy.thrill be.I Read and Boost your home town pa-
I it carries all
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By m al1 .In r.l.rida :,. : I Off with Bill Cody and Duane Thom Five Room Bunalow attractively
Florida .
mail l outside ot
2y $2.6u Dne year $2.00 When the. Hookers'serve barbecue pork, all you need is a hary toknow pson. See what happens when thegang.sUrs furnished for rent during August and

OL e months year 1.60 SIx months 1.00 you're in Heaven girl falls in love with a September, Apply F. .M" Wright, Administration
crook who's trying to Building. (
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,With the tax on malt yielding the state of Tennessee' $15 000 a month, we comedy.
NEWS' PLATFORM FOR SALE-Tractor, good ,Condition,
1 Definite control. of Lake Okeechobee with water transportation.. have a suspicion that all of the yeast being sold down that way doesn't go TUESDAY, July: 30: Wra. Haines In also plow and other implements. 1

2! Early compIeUon. of the highways for local transportation. and I Into bread.-Dayton News. "Alias Jimmie' Valentine" supportedby Ford truck, auto trailer and some

concentration of products. r Lionel Barrymore, Leila Hlams, household goods. Address Mrs :M F. ..

1. A nbitantial downward revIsion of freight rates on vegetablesother and i i Carl Dane, 'fully Marshall etc It's Mattison, Clewiston. o

products of this region to the northern markets. The reason .Florida folks enjoy! : cooling breezes when ,the reso or'the nation one of the season's dramatic hits: This 7.26-2TP ..

4. The fu.l functioning of, a cooperative marketing association for is sweltering with the heat is because there is no .point, ; in Florida over polished, care-free cracker of safes -- ---
.ingratiates himself into your heart*as
and selling
both buying 75 miles from. the seacoast. no other arch crook has ever done. NOWLIN and HAYS _

See the amazu.jr finale of wonderful
Attorneys and Counselors at Law
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.--- 'International audits crcd't: 'Jacksonville with being the most prosperous I evening's entertainment I HOPKINS BLOCK

SIGNS OF GROWTHTo FRIDAY, Aug. 2: Dog-Star Flash I J- Clewiston, Florida
city in Florida, That's: 'merely because Clewiston's not yet incorporated.
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regulate the maze of traffic on the streets of Clewiston, standards: --"V : A FEAT FOR THE HANDS I' -
urging motorists to keep to the right have been set up at the i important, '
street interestcfons on Francisco street, while in the J school zone similar Alabama Man Kills Self and Shoots Wife*-Newspaper Headline. .. .' "SEE MOORE TO SEE MORE'I

signs suggesting careful driving have been erected. I. I "' I

Thus Clewiston is progressing from a small town Into a thirlving commu Prohibition .is economically sound. ::America's liquid assets are increasing. Moo r
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nity. Xo longer is it practical to swerve around the main corner and park "

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at any angle at the post office and the times has pssed when an autoist The two great measures of constructive i legislation for the farmers OPTOMETRISTS OPTICIANS

can with safety: back around in the middle of the street., Traffic is becoming passed by the recent special session. of Congress are the farm-relief bill
.. .WM. E. WOOHE, JR., OPH.D.. 222 1-2 CLEMATIS ,STStamina ..
steadily heavier and the erection of the traffic standards will save and the motion to adjourn. I
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considerable of the money which would otherwise go to the garage men for Recent developments whereby the liquor importation privileges }have .-.--- ------- --

repairing dented fenders. been modified simply mean that some of the foreign embassies in Washington .
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Even the comparatively late arrivals in Clewiston can remember when have been changed from open buffets to private sp:' .Io''ies. 1 .

traffic standards would have been ridiculous, for the volume of traffic was ]I I '

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for himself but hose times have --.; : ,. ::}; ':
so small that everyone could look out I Ambassador Dawes announces he will serve no liquor in the American I fi
passed and with the continued population increase. at the present rate, it Embassy: iri. London' Charles has been. in need of just such 'a place where v .,

will be but a short time before the present standards must be replaced with he could be alone ond have rest and quiet. 1 t
traffic )lights I J't' 4'V

Here then is a concrete. example of what a great. industry will do for a.I That Jersey City Mayor who is'accused of spending $400,000, in ten t

community Before the construction of the first mill of the Southerne 'Sugar years on an $8,000 a year salary should never be put in jail until they find &*5'r ""

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at Clewiston, rather before the arrival of B. G. Dahlberg In the -
company out how much of that money is represented by future payments at the in
northern Everglades, Clewiston was simply a small farming community stalment housesCamping
\Uth: a group of ramshackle buildings on the ridge. I ---' --.----

The magic wand of enterprise and industry is passed over the section Facilities for these accomodations. Those who Gripping power '.'

and almost overnight the town takes on new life; progressive merchants Will Be ProvidedFor wish to bring their tents and camp lIeQ os r::: po*tGa ft vS ". "
can secure meals in the dining hall at < U [1 +r I ." ', ; .:-.
answer the knock of opportunity, new buildings spring up and the town ::s Farmers' Week nominal costaCamping '(: .
place ; ,
1 Trucks of today _are taking :._
traveling at a rapid rate over the high road to prosperity facilities were offered :la8'tyear The t .<< '
of the freight cars of yesterday. Tfccy : j. ._
Clewison today is the talk of the state Last Sunday: a trio of local resi- GAINESVILLE. Fla July 25.-In for the first time and a numberof haul heavy loads and do it all ;. :; r.
order to give visitors.an opportunityfor tnets were- pitched. The weatherwas go anywhere,
dents motored to Miami to attend the Men's Bible class in the Olympia .
real without delay. ::
a outing camping facilities .not favorable but the campers ; .

theatre, which was being broadcasted to 78,000 people. On the arrival of will be provided on the University 'made the best of it It is ,expectedthat The Firestone Heavy Duty Pneumatic

campus Bring the week of August 12- the number of will be them' '
the Clewistonites they were ushered to the front row, a word passed to the campers leads .
17 for Farmers' and Fruit Growers' increased this year. it the extra stamina needed in ex- / ,
director of the class, and a temporary halt in the program: was called while Week, it is announced by officials of ping gives climates.actin .
Plans for Farmers'Veek going extreme
are .. ; service in ', .
the arrival of the Clewistonites announced and a short comprehensive the Agricultural Extension Division forward rapidly Programs for the various v and reduce
and our .
Those who wish to the week sections Use these
story of what is happening at Clewiston, broadcasted to the 78,000 listener spend are being completedand
r camping will find lights, water and speakers for the general seccionsare your hauling costs.CLEWISTON. /
Such enthusiastic endorsement of the activities here makes one feel proud .
toilet facilities when .
'ready they ar being booked. A special committeewill '

to play even a small part. in the work.But rive. No charges will be made for any I privide. entertainment for the Y,

i I of this service It will be necessary I II children so that mothers can enjoy: A .. ::;; -, :> ---.. it-,.
a point to be well remembered is this: If the state is so enthusiastic I I g:
I for campers to bring their own tents, the women's program. ifftJtf! ) w 1

over Clewiston at present, what will be the reaction with the completion of cots, and other necessary equipment.If l.J .,1L : .

the program planned by Mr. Dahlberg and his associates. If the state is they wish to bring a stove and do /, --

their own cooking they: may do so ORANGE TERRACE
so elated over two mill with a combined capacity of 4,600 tons of cane per
Arrangements are being made to MOTOR CO. .
Attractive home-lfce rooms, excel
day, consider their response when three 10,000 tons a day sugar: mills are take care of Farmers' Week visitors .____,_ _______ ',l__ __ .
lent meals, 4 blocks from business _._ _:=::. -::;;-_.._ _.__-::-
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busily grinding In the northen Everglades; when 450,000 tons of raw sugar in the dormitories and dining hall of I section. 62 Orange St., Asheville,. I I -- ---' ----'-
the University this as in the r --
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are being shipped annually, together with 27,000,000 gallons of molasses N. C. \\1 I i .. :
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000, and piovidlng employment in the northern Everglades for between 15- :I* I 1 ,
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DOO and 20,000 people? I\I .*; The Oldest Established Jewelry Store in West Palm Beach '. :: CLEWISTON LAUNDRY in new ;

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jjj jj jji 1 1 home on El Paso Avenue after 1:!' ,
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June 15th. Modernly equipped 1;i
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A pleasant surprise we received this week was a letter from Lou Winter j- Watch and Jewelry Repairing 211 Clematis Street, West Palm Beach Ij! i both Laundry and Dry Cleaning ; m
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formery of Clewistdn and of .* *.**
now Philadelphia. Although he left Clewiston. 1 .
:!: 'All// Repair Work Guaranteed ::: Departments. f:1
about two :years ago, he has kept abreast of the activities here through I II. 1 : ..
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the Clewiston News, and in his letter he asks to be remembered to his old I...-..............".............................'.........'...............................................'........................................................Ii........-..-......-,.....-...................:.. 1 1 Quality and Service as good as the --. Ilfl:

friendsstarting the list with Cy Antrim and continuing with a list of J I .........................................................................................................-.............'...'-'....'...................'........................-....:...:..:-:..:..:..:' .:1.: best. ,/1: ..

names including the Tlppeys Allhands, Jacksonst Coles, Bearsleys, Simp I I: .. : .r. :, : i

sons, Williamsons, Ames and many others too numerous to mention. i l f I'1:1' ...I';i .... .'. ';..-.'.. ..S...... '.. I l
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Lou is now on the Public Ledger in Philadelphia, and : '
getting nice
some Watch this
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big news assignments, but down deep we have the feeling that he still hasa 11!! STATION IN WEST PALM BEACH !I!i iI '- : .,,1,

.soft spot in his heart for Clewiston. Which is as it should be, for we. always 1 '
did know he was a man of keen discernment- :: Official Service for ? 1
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certainly be tough now for the Russian who loses his laundry. tIcket, .. I ROBERT BOSCH MAGNETO CO .EISEMANN MAGNETO CO., l//

If the proposed bill to censor false. advertising ,the' Congressional' Record. :: WICO ELECTRIC CO., NORTH EAST ELECTRIC CO., :J Clewiston] c Florida. :

will be the first publication to .suffer.-N. Y. Herald Tribune i;. EXIDE BATTERIES :!: .' .,' .: '. : j. Ml, .... \ .. ', ,;

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A JCc'}i York song writer got married the other day and for: the theme If. OUR FACILITIES WILL SAVE Yp.U |} ,I ., .;hai:i '.':'..( :1I

song of, the wedding wrote/Tin on the Verge of Merge. "
a That last word :
also I ::: '. MONEY J:!: .;; ;1i.J;. .ii:;:}LI. ,' I !
rhymes with dirge --Mt. Clemlns (:\tlch.) Daily Leader : .

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: SUTCLIFFES .- Cleanliness next to Godliness ,: : .
Livingston former Tulsa divotcee was made happy when a Jury i 1 ....

awarded her $25,000() ) heart balm. We can think of nothing that would makea I AUTOMOTIVE ELECTRIC .SERVICE CO. \ 1, "-j-- WI'

woman any happier unless it is ,$50,000.-Exchange. .., .'
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' '. F' By The Way Have You Heard- I LEGAL NOTICE I, ;. I,

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Miss Clarice Nowling entertained Mr and Mrs R. I,. Saxon and children NOTICE OF TAX EQUALIZATIONTo t N I I
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t her Sunday school class from the spent Monday with her sister 1 .. \
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, Clewiston Community church Monday' Mrs.L.. L. LOW -
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whom concern
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"tacky party Emma :' ;
evening at a ,oJ'r ,
Laura Beathea: was awarded' the prize Roberta George spent Friday afternoon The County Commissioners of Hen- .-

for the tackiest costume while tho I at the home of Miss Dorothy dry ,County Florida, having deemed \ .:'"" :. I. .
!it to extend the time for :
: prize for the hest ghost story told was DeamL
thirty days for tho complteion of the } J :., .
:given to Dorothy Nowling. Games were
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, W .L Mowry assessment roll of Hendry County ..
enjoyed throughout the evening and A Morgan, Jr. I
and for the of and
delightful refreshments were served and Rer HutchInson motored to Palm purpose revising

v These present: "were, Sarah Bussey, Beach and Miami over the week end. ,equalizing the assessment, notice is
.hereby given In compliance with] Section f
:Louise Bussey, Marge Harvel, Doro-
929. General Laws of
thy Nowling. Betty SpIcer, Carolyn Mr.\ and Mrs\ Urie Waldron motoredto Compiled 1
Florida, 1927, that the Tax Assessor
kWhItcoinbe. Mildred Brantley Margaret South Bay Sunday afternoon ;
?f of Hendry Floiida, will meet :
: Weaver, Helen Ward, Ruth Ward, County
-Emma Laura Betha, Lois Walls, Lera Paul Deam spent a day in La Belle with the Board of County Commissioners -

.'Webb and Lois Webb last week on business. of' said county; at tin Commis .
R -- sioners' loom in the Court House In .

La Belle, Florida; on Wednesday, July
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r i Charles L Swinney of Sanford, Fla '
Dr. W. J. Buck and J 0.1 Darden, J 31st, 192&, at lOo'clock. A. M. for the
was a business visitor in Clewiston. Down on the old Plantation l ,1
city couucilmen of Belle"Glade were I purpose of hearing complaints and .

: :,business visitors, in Clewiston Monday N. C. Storey s spending a few daysin receiving testimony as to the value of -

... .Jo .1:afternoon. New Orleans 'on business any property; real or personal, as How Things Have Changed !

y fixed by the County' Assessor of Tax-

Mr. and Mrs O. L. Jeffries and Among a group of friends at the esfor the year 192D, and ot perfecting, I I
If the Southern of hun- of studied
II planter a problems production planting '
family are spending a few weeks. va- home df Vesta Allen Sunday after- reviewing and cqu!u/ing the assessments -
:t cation in Columbus. 0. noon were Dorothy Deam, Je'v/el Lowe as PI* lo: l bv .said Tax Assessor!; dred years.,ago could come back and and sugar grinding methods to '

.'. Selden Stewart, Henry Storey and Y(:u and ;aij: of you arc hereby n see what is being done in the same make them accord with the best

, Buddy OlsenL. I tifi i to be r.-r'r ouc: at said time and I fields that were the pride of his modern principles. I
y Miss Margie Har\el daughter of Mr. I
and ;MrsI'. S Harvel returned to place and there,setforth any complaintand youth, he would get a lot of surprises. The result is that today the sugar

A. Morgan, Jr'' accompanied. by produce any testimony which you industry in Louisiana is in better condition \
Clewistou Sunda"y after spending two
Mrs\ Claude Downs, Mrs. E.L.. Stewart I: may desire: as to the value of any The old methods of raising sugar }
: than before. 1
J :weeks with relatives in Miami. ever
t and Mrs\ W. C. Bill Hooker spent propertly as fixed and assessed by cane went very well for several generations '
I have been substituted for much hand /
a'I Wednesday in 'West' Palm Beach._ said County .Assessor of Taxos.W. Then, rising costs of oper-
Miss Boncile Stone is spending a = L. MURRAYChairman I ation and decreasing yields of cane and animal labor. Tractors are haul- (
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few weeks vacation in 'West Palm J.K.. ., Baker spent a few days in Board of due to various factors, brought abouta ing trains of cane cars. The grinding
Beach. County Commissioners!; of Hendry has been made direct
Tampa, this week on 'business : condition in which planters process more
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and simple. The bagasseor shreddedcane
/ Mr and Mrs W. C. Hooker entertained were forced out of business and others
.. night. Charley Christian this week start- Attest: ",\ fibre remaining after the sugar is
Saturday with a card with
ed the construction of his new barber (Seal WILLIAM T. HULL, operated difficulty. extracted waste is
formerly now a
,party at their home on Sugarland ;
highway A delightful barbecue supper shop on Sugarland highway near Clerk Something drastic had to be done. valuable material used for making

... : was served and refreshments Francisco! street. The building wil be Meetings of planters, bankers, and Celotex insulation and other building
of hollow tile and stucco constructionand
.were served 'later in the evening. business held. It decided The
men were was products. cane
NOTICE- OF sugar
be finished within the next I I'f SALE
: Those present were Mr. ,and Mrs ,E. ew'' weeks. Mr\ Christian who is to enlist the aid of science. been modernized at both ends I

.L.Puryear Stewart, Mr.Mrs and Claude Mrs Ed,Downs Drinkwat-, Fred I Clewiston's pioneer 'barber is now located -I Notice is hereby ,given that under Sugar experts looked for new cane and in the middleand, is today healthy .

er, L A Morgan and Mr. and IrsrtJ in 'the Hay block. I and by virtue of a, Final Decree rendered A stocks that would resist disease and and full promise. The part played {

i Tom SmithFrank on te 19th day of June, A.D.. produce more sugar, and these were by the, Dahlberg Companies in these

.' Casey Jones spent the week end in I 1929, by the Honorable George W. J. found in the so-called "P. O. J." changes is told in an illustrated book- r

'). .0 RIchman motored to West West Palm Beach Whitehurst. Judge of the Court I :;' cnnes. Business men accustomed to let, sent upon request.

,Palm Beach Sunday 'afternoon.i ." I herein named below, in that certain I L.a 9i

,,1' ,I BITS OF FLORIDABusiness cause pending in the Circuit Court of 1 DAHLBERG SUGAR CANE INDUSTRIES, i
:'" ,i lIr.and. Mrs. Wilson S_ Harvel the Twelfth Judicial Circuit of the I i

spent the week end in Miami. State. ,, of Florida, in and for Ilendry ., .
ss developed for Florida Ij
: ----...:...- County in Chancery, wherein Marvin f
firms by the Jacksonville District office j rr ,
E W. McCully local real estate Wood is Complainant, and I. Andro R! .
of the United States Department "
spent a few days in West Palm
and Andre
Fay his wife, are Defendants
Beach this week on business I. the
undersigned Special Master
June 30, 1929!> increased ten'' times in I ..','.' ri/s and Plantationt ;in Louisiana \" J amls, and Plantations in Florida
Chancery. will offer for sale
Miss over the previous f L '
Virginia P. .AJopre of Tallahassee year IMDUSTRITS .
rand sell at public outcry to the high- :' ,
assistant I
state in Home ,
agent est and best bidder or bidders for cashin : -, r...':.;:..'( ../ "
,., Demonstration work suent several According, to Peter. 0., Knight accu-I ,
front of the Court House door in
days in Clewiston this ,we'ek. I'ate'figures. compiled w'Hh-ef rence :
.. *. __ ___' to? income taxes paid? !by the southern I the City of La Belle, Hendry County, Executive Offices: 919 North Michigan Avenue Chicago !

.e, B T" Moran spent the week end inNest states for the year ending June 30, State of Florida, between the legal

Palm Beach '.. 1929 show that FlorIda' has paid in hours. of '''sale on the Fifth day of i

August, A. D. 1929, the same being I
taxes for this
:year more per --
Captain F. Deane Duff spent sever- capita than, any ohter southern state the first Monday and a Rule Day of

'?, al days; in, Tallahassee this week on and very much more .than 'most of said Court, the following\\. deccvibetlpropei I
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business them. ly, situate, lying and being[ in : .. .
HendrjCounty, State of Florida, to- ..,.. ,: .... '...... _. _. :. ," .- :, ;, .. \ _,." '" ., '''fi .

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Leslie Stewart I .
underwent ;
an ope- II Interest in the Port of Palm Beach .. ..":
-'ration'- for apendicitis last Saturday at continues to increase. A letter was re- All the East Half (El-2)) of the.1 ';., '- ,< "
the Northeast Quarter (NE1-4). ) and the d r
hospital of DrC. J. Nowling in ceived recently by the Inlet Commis-
the Hopkins building His condition North Half (Nl-2)) of the Northeast .
sion from the Richmond Port Com 1 :<&, ,,.- vCLOSING
{.i Is excellent mission of Richmond, Ya. stating Quarter (NE1-4)) of the Southeast

, that it was contemplating opening a Quarter (SEIIn) Section Seventeen
: Miss Dorothy Deam entertained a direct line between its port Savannah (17)), Township Fort-three ((43): ) I

small group of friends at her homer and Jacksonville, and requestingthat South, Range Twenty-eight (l2S) East, I t't

> Sunday afternoon. Those present were information concerning the containing 100 acres more or less. .

... Miss Jewel Lowe, Selden Stewart, amount of tonnage shipped annually II.A.. RIDER 1- -, : ,. .
Jimmy Crouch, Tom and Emmet Shel from the Port of Palm Beach be given Special Master\ in s
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PAGE FOUR c"-,?,.::. "" ..=...TaL -- .. .- -- -- /E 6 flJSTON NEW ?>CLEJVJSTON-'FLORJDA--- "- --" .- -.. ,- -. ... '. '
\ FRIDAY, JULY 26, 1927

Board: .of County Commissioners of .

said comity at the commissioners' 1929Seal) William T. Hull
Lae1Ze I I
I News'1IRS Clerk .
: room in the Court House in La Belle, Circuit Court Hendry County, Fla.

Florida, on the first Monday in July I I :"".'\

the same being the 1st day of July, NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR :I ,..
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ADblCKS GIVEN. a visitor at the Baptist church program A. D* 1929, at/ 10 o'clock. A. M., for, TAX DEED I I .4' l1.J'" : '

FAREWELL PARTYA In La Belle Sunday the .Purposeof! hearing complaints I _
fareWell party in honor of Mrs 'and receiving testimony as to the Deane Duff, liolder of Ta-c Certificate

Adrticlcs wa&' given at the Everett values,of any property, real or per No. P of July 1st, A D. 1918

Mrs. E.E.. PICNIC OX -LAKE: OKEECHOBEE, sonal, as. fixed by the County Assessor (Drainage Tax) has tiled said certificate !I A HOTEL
Hotel Saturday evening in my office and made application IS SELDOM LIKE HOME
and Mrs -George Nally and I
Edwards, hostess Mr. of Taxes for the year 1929, for tax deed to issue thereon i 'n,
Two tables bridge" were played children of For( Myers and Mr. and and of perfecting reviewing and I in accordance with law. Said certificate -

delicious refreshments, Mrs. W P Arledge enjoyed a delightful equalizing the assessments as made embrace' the following described I I "
followed by property situated in H':ndry
picnic on the banks of Lake Okee by said Tax Assessor. ITS DIFFERENT
ice cream. ant cake. (formerly a pail of Lee) County AT THE '
thq guests present.r were chobee Sunday near 'Moore Haven. You, and each of :you are hereby Florida. to-wit.: .
The Southeast of the -
quarter ((1.4))
Mrs Bekemeyer Mrs notified to be. present at said time WATANABE :
Mrs.Addicts, Southeast quarter (1-4) of the S' uth. .
Bowers h's. :Roos 'Mrs.Frank. and and place and there set forth any\ west quarter ((1-4) of Section :23 Ii
;\11'. and Mrs H A. Bestor
43 South 34
Township Range East "
and '
JMIss Mlddlebor complaint produce any testimony .
Daugherty,' family of Clewiston were visitors in The assessment of cMid property
ough \ La Belle Sunday which you may desire at to the val under the said certificate issued: was Here you will find the most pleasing '

This was cue of the biggest eventsof ue of any property as fixed and as-I In the name of C P. Wenger.
Unless said certificate hall be '
the La Belle summer social season. Carl Bekemeyer of Clewiston sessed by said County Assessor of according to law, tax deed atmosphere coupled with meals
I Mrs. I will issue! thereon on the 27th day r'
II I visited relatives and friends in La Taxes.'V. L. of July A D. 1929
as enjoyed in
home. .
Dated this 20th June D. you your
day of A
Mr. and Mrs. J.B.. Bush, little Jack Belle over the week end. Chairman Board of
1929 I .
Bush and MissEva Guthrie were County ,Commissioners of Hendry (Seal) William T, Hull I .' A few rooms are now available for .

visitors at the Arcade theatre in Mrs Addicks .and clildren left La County, Florida. Clerk I. .
the Belle for St Louis after Circuit Court Hendry County, Fla. J i .
Fort Myers Sunday attending Sunday Attest: guest who intend to make Clewiston

"Trial of Mary Dugan" Mr Bush is spending the winter here. (Seal) ,William T. Hu'u i ,

manager of theLa Belle B & B.Cash 't- ..,'-..-, Clerk, I NOTICE OF APPLICATION' FOR-I.I.I % their home.: : 1 : ;
Grocery store. Word has been received that: Mr. .. 6-t. I TAX DEED :
NOTICE is HBR1':BY GIVEN, That : .. ,
and' Mrs. ,C. P Staley of Fort Myers .. ... F Deane Duff holder of Tax Certificate .
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are visiting* Mr. and '. Mrs.Irving, No. 5 of July '1st. A. D. V JS "
and Mrs.Mercery. left La Belle I NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR (Drainage Tax) certificate : ENJOY
Mr. Phillips formerly 'of La Belle and TAX DEED has filed !said ,i YOURSELF T.TIE
Sunday for Indiana where they will in my office and made apoh-j j I
Imokalee at Olney. Illinois ;
cation for tax deed to issue thereon
Deane Duff holder of Certificate t.
spend the summer. Tax I
in accordance with law Said certificate .
.' 6 3id 1922 ,
-- 1 .' of ,July (Drainage embraces the following de -.r,,, .
LEGAL NOTICE Tax) has filed said certificate in my I scribed I
Mr. and Mrs George Nally l and property situated in Hendryformerly
office and made application for tax I
( a part of Lee) County
children of Fort Mjers visited Mr .' deed to issue thereon in accordancewith Florida, to-wit: The Watanabe Hotel
law. Said certificate embraces I
and lIrs.V.. Arledge Sunday. Mr.'KaIlJ" The Northeast quarter ((1.4) of the .
Circuit Court Twelfth Judicial the following described situ
In The property
I Southeast quarter (1-4)) of the South-
is Seaboard Ticket Agent l In ated in Hendry (formerly a part of '
Flor west Section 23
Circuit, Hendry County, quarter (1-4)) of
Fort Myeres Mr Arledge is La .Belle Lee) County, Florida, to-wit: Township 43 South Range 34 East J
Seaboard Agent. ida. In Chancery. The Northwest quarter ((1-4) of the t|i The assessment of said propertytmde MRS. CLAUDE DOWNS, Manager.
Southwest quarter ((1-4)) of the, Southeast )' the said certificate! issued was : ,.
quarter ((1-4) of Section 23 Township -
in the name orJ.. F. Lanck. I
ALVA L: HARRELL, Complainant.Vs 13 South, 34 ,
Range East
BAPTIST CHURCH PROGRAM Unless :said: certificate shall be redeemed -
The assessment of said property -
according to law, tax deed
Sunday twenty eight orphans of un'ler the said certificate e
HARRELL, issued was ,
the of
RUTH HARTWRIGHT will Issue thereon on 27th day .
the Baptist Orphanage were presentat in the name ,of C.: H. Gough. July A, D. 1929. I
Defendant. Unless said certificate shall be re- Dated this 20th. day"o! June A D. ,
a 'program held at the La Belle DIVORCETo deeme dacuording to" law.tax. deed ,

School Auditorium bj' the Baptist the defendant, Ruth Hartwright I'will issue thereon. on.- the 27th day 1929Seal( ) William T Hull ,. l
church. Singing and speeches and i i of July A. D, 1929* ClerkCircuit
Ilarrell. You are hereby commanded I Dated this 20th day of June A. .D.1P29. Court Hendry County, Fla.
many other things were held followedby : .
before this Court the
to.appE'ar on
what several prominent citizens I I (Seal) William T. Hull
I 1st.day of July, 1929, and then and ;i Clerk
said the best dinner they had ever :: NOTICE OF APPLICATION FORTAX'DEED' "-
here answer a Bill of Complaint Circuit Court Hendry County, Fla.

held.Over. fifty five dollars collectionwas filed against you by Alva L Harrell. I NOTICE. IS HEREBY'GIVEN, ThatF

taken up for the orphans who Deane Duff holder of Tax Certificate "iN j
It Is further ordered that this notice I
then proceeded] to Alva where an entertainment NOTICE OF APPLICATION'. FOR No. 96 of July 2 A.D.. 1917 AMERICA'S NEW SUGAR BOWL"THE
be published in -the Clewiston TAX DEED has filed said certificate in my office f

in the evening was held. I News once a week for four consecutive NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, .ThatF and made application for tax deed ...'
Deane Duff holder of Tax Certificate to issue thereon in accordance with .
I -- weeks. No. 3 of July 1st. A. D. 1918 law Said certificate embraces the
Trice of the Baptist Orphanage Done'and ordered this 30th day of (Drainage Tax) has filed said certificate following described property situated :<

is coming to the La Belle Baptist .May, 1929. I in my office and made' application in Hendry (formerly a part. of Lee) :,: CLEWISTON INN.
chinch Sunday with several orphans for tax deed to issue thereon County Florida: to-wit:
(Seal) WILLIAM T. HULL in accordance with law. Said cer- The Southwest.quarter (SW 1-4)) of .-
Clerk Circuit Court tificate embraces the following described the Southwest quarter (SW 1-4) of y" On Lake Okeechobee

Professor Bunting qf Fort Myers property situated-' in Hendry the Southwest quarter (SW_ 1-4) of .
is coming to the La Belle Baptist 5-t (formerly a part of Lee) County, Section 23 Township 43 South Range 1Ih ..
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Florida, to-wit: 34 East.
church on Monday July 29 to organizea The Northeast quarter (1.4)) of the The assessment of said property : :
musical class. Everyone is Invitedto NOTICE Southeast quarter ((1-4)) of the Southeast under the said certificate issued: was ;- : ; ;' (., .
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OF TAX EQUILIZATION : : !' JI. ". :;::" ,
I quarter ((1.4)) of Section 23 in, the name of It.H.. Ludlum. Clewiston. ) "J .... Florida
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come and join. Township 43 South Range 34 East. Unless said certificate shall be redeemed "J'j:: : ? ;- .i, :; ;:;;".:O;,:;, ;,., : ;,
To whom it concern: The assessment ot said property according to law, tax deed .., ... : i., ,''r:. ,:-.r \ !t. .:.''f'. :. <. .
Tax Assessor Hurd Reeves under the said certificate was in the I will issue' ,thereon on the 27th day of ..' : .'j, r Iii_:' :' I
motored You notified in compliance ,
are hereby name of A. T Beach July A. D_ 1929 '
to Fort Myers Wednesday.Mr with Section 929, Compiled Unless said certificate shall be redeemed Dated this 20th day of June A.D.. :: : OPEN 'A L'L' YEAR .
according to law, tax deed 1929.
General Laws of Florida, 1927, that
will issue thereon on the 27th day. of (Seal) William T.Hull.
and Mrs W. P. Ar edge motored the Tax Assessor of Heudry County July A, D 1929. Clerk

to Moore Haven\ Sunday. Florida will meet with the Dated this 20th day of June A. D. Circuit Court Hendry .County, Fla. ..

Several young folks of La Belle i

motored to the dance given In Sears lTuesday fi j 666 I I -


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I Mayor and Mrs. J' R. Doty have re Clewiston Every WednesdayDr .. .. '. .:. .,

t turned this week from a visit with COLDS, GRIPPE, FLU, ; ,. .II'

their daughter In Atlanta. BILIOUS FEVER and DENGUE'I ;?' .

j It is the most speedy J. J, Guilfoil of Moore's Inc., of West. Palm Beach will make ; 'Y-Vf:; : ::;;, ;:(: ;:{ r1'T::;; ;,: ;, ,

Mr. and Mrs Joseph Daugherty his at Dr Tatom's office to attend to .
headquarters every Wednesday .. .
motored to Fort Myers Friday .;.. :. ',' ',. .' I. '. ._,
i / the eye glass needs of the people of Clewistori.I "

The Florida Industrial Company development

Fort in Hendry County called SHOPPE I ....-.-..... HOMES STORES AND APARTMENTS
Cenaud is progressing rapidly. Quality Remembered Long After ,

J They are going to start an experimental Price Is Forgotten I I 1'

farm for the purpose of showing No 10 Lakeview Arcade, Lakeview Make The

what may be grown in their land Aveuue i

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the mechanism and operation of tho ROAD FROM BELLE ; ; BELLE GLADE ANDCLEWISTON ell[, Brockway; base on balls, off Wal--] DEMONSTRATION '

1917 CHEVROLETIN airplane motor.Formation II' ,' '.GLADE TO PAHOKEE '. TEAMSTO her 1 : struck eut, by Walk er4, by I .... .- WORKER /

of the Clewiston air WILL BE REBUILT MEET SUNDAY Wilson 6; left on bases Moore Haven (Continued from

DAILY USE IN school Is also accepted as another I (Continued from Page 1)) 1. Belle Glade 2. umpires, Forbes and cage 1)

'! forward step by the community, as (Continued from p ige 1) McAllister; time of gam?, 1:10. continued on Jeer tour of the Southern J'

the Importance' of aviation[ was -' rained out and Moore Haven and Sugar '
companyproperties as far
TEXAS COMMUNITY stressed in a statement here a year and Belle Glade, while anxious to seethe Belle Glade played a fast game.In Canal Point, stopping also In the as ',I-

I ago by Eddie Stinsou, famous airplane eastern side of the lake did not the second half of the Evergladesseason FAST PACE IS MAINTAINED towns of Belle Glade and Pahokee

I II, manufacturer want to risk their cars over the dangerous Canal Point has won one; IN MILL I WORK )

na rk. Plug": Climbs "The Florida city that does not stretch to Pahokee. Moore Haven won one, while Belle I *

Hills .With The Best I make suitable provisions for visiting I Following the agitation for improvement Glade and Brown Farm lost one apiece ALLISON PLANS BULLE-
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I airplanes, will find itself lagging in r by leading: citizens of ,the J' Okeechobee and Clewiston have not I TINS ON WORK
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Says Owner the march of progress"* Mr Stinson two communities bad holes in the center been able to. play since the second \. .) Continued from page 1
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SAN ANTONIO.- Texas. July 25.-A ideal topographically for flying and at drag line was put to work pulling dirt Moore Haven journeyed over to Belle Concrete work on the exterior of weeks in issuing the first report, .bul

Chevrolet with a chassis built in 1913 that time urged the building of a municipal on to the shoulders on the eastern Glade and took a seven-innIii victory the 205 foot smoke stack is now fin I as soon as this work ia finished Dr

a full year before the World War began but this 2 to 1 It pitchers' battle 'between Allison said that he
I airport. end of the road, work was was a ished and workmen of the Rust Engineering I II plans to issue

and a motor that was assembled Details of ,the organization of the stopped shortly after It was started "Walker foi Moore HaVen and company erecting the stack I I bulletins on the work being accomplished

when our doughboys were encamping I local flying school will be announced Assured of the cooperation of the Wilson for Belle Glade Walker was are now putting finishing touches on at the station.

back in 1917. is still in.daily use at later county commission the citizens then I invincible, allowing only 2 hits and the brick lining on the interiorIn Considerable research work in connection 4 '--

Goliad, Texas. I I put the matter before the state road'j! striking out four of the Belle Glade the east end of the boiling house with soil! treatment Is now under

It is called "Spark Plug"' by its COUNTY SOLONS ,department with the result: that at the j nine. Wilson virtually matched his concrete piers have been poured and; way at the station and from this

proud owner Hugo Walks, and of the I MEET TUESDAY meeting this week, it was decided to ( performance by allowing the 'same preparations complete for the.erectionof I year's tests Dr. Allison has already ..

millions of Chevrolets in use today on -, consider the work emergency measuer number of' hits and striking out six the structural steel for the extension gained valuable information in regardto

both hemispheres it is, perhaps the I I i| and reconstruction will be under of the Moore. Haven soil ,treatment
'(I (Continued from page 1) I, Gators. to the main building. The steel,
oldest I I j way within the next few weeks. I The whole team was playing 1 heads- it is expected will be shipped early

True, the 1929 Chevrolet with its I question, some of them holding that. I I up baseball today, spectacular playing next week. .
smooth six cylinder motor can out- ---- '1 1- !!felt;'one of the great helps to Walker PROTECT YOUR
!i Ithis county board can authorize onlyi :.;. .j : ( Enlarging of the mill from a 1,500
(CHmb, out-speed and out-haul it True .', {
i $"00 rer year for the attorney ,while KINDERGARTEN tij, tu' men, on base Morgan, playing' ton n day unit to 1.000 tons yi day EYES
too, that "Spark Plug" appears a bit
other ,members guided by the opinion I TO BE OPENED ,' third, ran back into left filed and meant. the enlarging not only of thgrind'nr I '
antdiluviau when contrasted with the i ___. %."' 1 They' are most valujable
I oC Attorney Geaeral Davis plan to Insist -i *' ::>; snagged a Texas leaguer which looked ; unit, but also a correspondingcnlsirsrin'j : your -

handsome new Fisher bodies of the.192J I I on the commission's carrying out !; Continued o.m' page 1 : .I. as though it was labeled for two bases of facilities throughout 'the I :: possessions.
Chevrolet. Due "Spark can
['the original contract with the county ij i and a lun which would have tied the factory. I
cloy plenty of dmbing, speeding and I i I .
1 attorney: I the community and after outlining the I score.: The crowd gave him a great Con Cl'e t"),walls and floor o" the cooling i! MOORE'S Inc.

hauling on its own account and is Keen interest Is being shown in the [ plan to the kiddies and their mothers, cheer for his catch that seemed tosave'tlia I pond east of the main mill! building ,I Optometrists Opticians
beyond question an outstanding example -I
discussion both in Clewiston and other -' the response 'was immediate and the game The only error chalkedup have .been pourerl to increase:: : the 1' West Palm Beach, Fla. _

of a long-lived and dependable parts of the county and a record I' college girl worked: out the detail of against Moore Haven was by Pape I capacity of the pond, where water """"" I
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automobile. attendance is expected at the meeting the plan. when he tried for a hard grounder used in the mill is dropped to the office Belle Glade Mon 'filii; I

On several occasions Wilks* has.I Tuesday I The kindergarten class will be held between first and second There was cooling pond, and cooled through days, Lake View Hospital Clewiston ., I I
hitched a trailer to "Spark Plug" and Tuesdays.
I -- every morning from nine to twelve some dispute as to its being an error spraying for use again. ;
load of pounds, plus the I
pulled a 2,000
i ACTIVITY HERE BRINGS I o'clock and kiddies ranging from tots or not for it was a hard play. I
trailer weighs,
815 pounds which the
INQUIRY FROM LONDON to those planning to start ,school this The :dame: today was Moore Haven's
all the way to San Antonio, 125::! miles
year will be Welcome. fourth straight win after suffering

distant. (Continued from page 1)) Miss Nowling has worked out he details many defeats during the first half of MIZELL i
Not long ago he piled it high witha ,
of the plan 'for the kindergarten the season. The 'game today was sup
1515 pound load of cotton bales and West
i: are: being received from Florida andI which will be held at the Clewiston posed to be a doubleheader, but rain Palm
drove it through a dry creek bed-a
I other parts of the country,. most of Community church and the kiddies of toept the teams from playing the sec BeachGraduate .,.
road which no other driver in the section 1
those seeking' information being prosp .the community are promised thatI ond. Today's contest was the first
would dare traverse in a moderncar.
l ctive merchants I I ;there will not be a dull minute from game of the second half, and Moore
Many times he has driven it, with
!, A merchant of Melboure, Fla nine till twelve o'clock every dayI Haven for the first time this yearis Nurse ,
water to. the floor boards. :|
up I writes that: he is interesten hi openinga I Mthrs of the community are en- at the top of league with one win
No hill in the section is too tough 1 : and no defeats Phone 8121
meat market here and firm of
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for "Spark Plug"', and Winks says thatit Haven
chitects New Washington Indiana I scored first in the
is sufficiently economical, continuing I .
'v.'iote to learn of the possibilities in kiddies! every morning, it will also fourth when Theilan reached first on
to give as good as 20 miles to the
gallon |i I their line at Clewiston and vicinity [ better equip the'" older ones for their. the shortstop's wild throw, and advanced

first term in school this fall. to second on Preist's secrifice
an east coast city in FloridaI
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One objection, however, is lodged !
II I I I a doctor writes that he is intrested in I Miss Nowling will continue the kin Walker was safe at first as the attempt "x xVX xv
against it by Wilks and this is a
dergarten work until she returns to was made to catch Theilan at
,, locating here and asks information. .
friendly I It is his
one. complaint T)r concerning the possible field for another take up her studies at the Florida I Ii third, the second baseman making a
. against the crowds which his car in-i I I
I j doctor in the Clewlston section. state college for women in September. i wild throw Priest, running for Walker -
variably attracts when he drives iti! i stole second and both
into San Antonio. In addition to the mail inquiries,
I a ahrd hit single over first by Morgan.
parties of motorists are stopping in
"Spark Plug"* had I t
many owners I
Belle Glade
: scored in the fifth when
eight to be exact-ebfore Wilks 'i Clewison daily to inspect the properties -I FOUNDATION IS COA/-

it from the Voght Cthevrolet'purchased -!'I of the Southern Sugar company.BANKER PLETD FOR BUILDING Mitchell drew a baseon balls, ,stole tI.
second and scored on Stump's single I.
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Company of Schulenberg tTexas nine j .
I the other batters
I Iyears IS NAMED (Continued from page 1) being out in one,
ago. For four years he got .
splumlid service from the 1913 motor I FOR OFFICE WITH ... ,. two, \three order .
cAS1'ia the present baack's" the Moore Haven ab r h po a

which might yet be encased beneaththe I v SOUTHERNSUCAR rooms in the new building!Will be at-, Pape, Ib, .......:..........,.....? 3 0 0 0 6 /

1913 hood but for an accident tractivly furnished and plan of Theilan'c/ ...,_................. 3 1 '1 5 0 )
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which occured I ,
five yeras ago. tion will be similar to that used last I Priest, \ss, ...,.?.........,...,... 2 0 1 2 3 ...

At that time a 1917 Chevrolet ownedby !I Walker, P--; .."......".............. 2 1 0 0 3
of Wilk's i sociated.with the Marine Bank of New rear .
one brothers caught fire I Construction of the barracks fast Morgan, 3b,' .........?..:.;.... 3 0 1 2 0
and its chassis Orleans and served as vice presidentof ,
was destroyed The year and the new building.now'.underway Mills.lb.. .::,:...._..:..... .,;...::,3 0010 "'
that institution until its merger '
motor was unharmed so it was decided I reflects the house shortage condition Griffith, rf, ?.;,.,.........,;.?. 5 0001
to give with the Canal Bank. I KELVINATOR
"Spark Plug's original motora in Clewiston and the, construe Harben, If, ..:................... 2 0 0 1 0
Concerning the activities of the t
well deserved rest "and substitutethe I Southern Sugar company, Mr Mar- tiort of the barracks buildings provided Bales; cf, ......?...?.,.,.,.:.;: :} 0 0 1 0 ,
newer one .
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"Spark Plug's' total mileage Is in- field"I have said:been'' In intimate touch and virtually the mill the workers only to available. stay. "placesfor I Totals,../ -,\ .'.. ". .'.,'', "" :, ;24 '2 3, .j,.11.,, ./. WITI-I THE FAMOUS "
determinable Since Walks has had it, I '
Belle Glatje : : ab r h a '
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Two other hotels and a rooming :: .
have watched the development of the \ ;.<
three speedometers have been in use. ? M Wilson, 3' .
Celotex industry from the start,' and house were filled! to capacity before 2b .:?.., :} 0 1 2 2 COLD KEEPER

One registered 75,000 miles, the sec- I frpm my observations the Southern : the opening of tZreg rinding season J Greer, Ib..,,"_ :3 .0 0 S 1 ,

ond 60.000 and the present. one has Whidden, ca. .. 3,' (O7 0 6 2 after Current
last and indication ponits Maintains 24 hours -
every f.
Sugar company is destined to) be as I year temperature
run up 15,000 I I will Lee, cf, .i..jt.4-;:.. 0 0 1 0 '
than, the to the fact that the same be true ,
Te great or a greater success is turned off."i
total repair bill during Wilk's original enterprise. this year, while tie majority of occupants Mitchell ss.. !.. .2 1 0' 1 2' *

nine years ownership has been $150 if .... :J 0 1 0 .
Stump .,. 1 '
of dwellings arranged
In be this connection, however, it might at Mr Clewiston Marl'ield's within family the will next join him few to accomodate at least: one roomfer Stein, rf, ......',:.'.. :r .>..',:;,.'. 0 0 0 0 'F. J., MCGINNS!

stated that Wilks does all his own estimates based the Brlcayr. .. 2- _ft0 0 0
According to on
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repairing' Recently 15 new rings were I voluem ot business Here last year the i W Wilson, p, ........ 2 0 0 2 4 113 Worth Ave. Palm Beach ..
placed in the car and other minor adjustments I I-
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made. I! Totals :23:! 1 2 21 111
of the grinding ,
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Wllkses are mechanically I Errors, Pape, M. Wilson, l.eeIitch..
Inclined and all prefer the Chevrolet i IN CLEWISTON CROWJH season. I J

;rhefather of "Spark Plug's' owner
, I (Continued from 1) I' "
has hail four Chevrolets One of the I page j

brothers is still driving a 1917! model ..
Ists are following the instructions on
and another brother has a 1024 model I
I the sign posts and parking properly. I I WANTED AT ONCE

Plans are not being considered by f :,,

STUDENTS WILL CETCOMPLETE officials of the company for the addition I .

COURSE of apparatus which will show 1/fit MANAGER FOR GENERAL
red on the posts at night and a device I \

(Continued' from Page 1)) similar to those used at railroad cross AGENCY IN CLEWISTON AND VICINITY V i
I 'yam.
ings, will be used J> ,

which is large enough for a student Despite the fact that these are the BY OLD LINE LIFE INSUR-
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field. Classes will begin as soon as the first traffic sgns to be erected in

organization is completed and a plane Clewiston, only one standard was ANCE COMPANY. OUR CONTRACTS f I
f II
purchased when motorist failing I
was damaged, a
,Those who are interested in learn' to see the post at Francisco street and ARE ATTRACTIVEWITH

ing to fly are requested to send ther the Sugarland hihway Monday night '

names to the Clewiston News or Louis toppled' It over. TOP COMMISSION. MAN J

A. MorganThe I I While the present standards will ttO'\\r-: : "
announced plans for the local solve the traffic problem of the com. '0 .
I I J; st
flyers school has met with whole|J imunity for the next few months, 1 0 t -
hearted approval in the community : steadily increasing activities of the t"e 1:0'3-: .1.. 'J.e

and according to statements made by Southern Sugar company are continually ,, otst. 1).e.e.o.t otCC1.Pte
4, ...e
prospective flyers there will be approximately bringing new residents to the ). e Ee; t ot tie' e I

fifteen students who will community with the result, mqny believe \m ot$ :
.'-' -" WEEK. WE
enroll as soon as the school is open that it will soon be necessaryto ve Se.'io 'o' 1 .
r. pia: ;\t'e vl -
Airmiudedness of Clewistoninies Is replace the present standards with ti cat t' N"
seen in the enthusiasm shown with regulation traffic lights. '\). _",,,-,e.S. .a tpat s .

the arrival of planes in this section 1 ..
and several flyers'have had profitable TOWNSITE CANAL TO to <:, :'/ 't\O : I ICO
< c1\\ rf\\\ .
week ends In carrying local residentsas BE DEEPENED .., 'iO t\' J tt \\ : CESS DROP A CARD TO P. O. BOX

passengers on short hops above the < e ttt !

town (Continued from page 1) a't\'I' I 1404 WEST PALM BEACH, FLOR-

Although details of the operation of 1 v i .

the school have not yet been worked 'I townsite drainage canal.will be used 4 a U\. $ I'j\AGE I'j\C i IDA. J u

out completely, It Is known that only in repairing Clewiaton streets and for : 5 0 5OP
those who have the qualifications for new work. a

airplane pilots will be admitted. Not I I Streett scheduled for immediate repair tiS WE TRAIN YOU FOR LIFEti '
only will the students learn the controls i I were not announced and it was .s.O .
; .,
of the plane but they will be explained that the repair work will ,

given: a comprehensive. course in, the be done on the streets In Immediate f

ground school where they' ,will learn need of attention .. .