The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00225
 Material Information
Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: August 2, 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
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
lccn - sn 95047264
System ID: UF00028415:00225
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Meeting Is PlannedTo CANE Road Work Started ;

Organize> GroupOf -. On 3 Mile>< StretchTo .

,WINNER. IN TWO Glades FarmersDefinite PLANNED FOR., DESIGNED HERE County BoundaryRoad WILL BE BUILT 1 4

S \ action on the organizationof construction gangs were busy .

f a farmers group in the northern this week scraping and rolling the? Ik I
GAMES SUNDAY Everglades will be taken at a special SUGAR CAMPS IS SUCCESSFUL I stretch of the Sugarland highy from IN CLEWISTONHeard

S I. meeting to be called within the next I S the town limits of Clowiston at the f

few weeks, it was announced yester- I' Industrial Canal to the Hendry County

,. NCane Crew Play Best day at Belle Glade, where Dr. W. J. Business Not to Compete Orders Placed For 20 line three miles east where tho newly Builds W. C. Han- '

4 Buck with Jim O. Darden, members of completed road, to ,Belle Glade be- t
,' Baseball of Season And the Belle Glade city council are per With Local Merchants Following Successful gins. son Home! Those of 1

;" '. Take both Games from fecting plans for the formation of a Say OfficialsPlans TestsA I Th>t three mile stretch and the Bourne and Marfield>< ,

Belle Glade. farmer organization the primary pur- highway around the east and south Planned Celotex used.
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pose of which will be to combat ,the for the organization ofa, sugar cane planter designed and side of fie' lake, and with work on the

t" present method of selling Evergladesgrown ,J JI I commissary department of the Southern built by N. C. Storey of the Southern Clewif.pii stretch under way and the
. .. The value of daily baseball practicewas I i Construction of one 8.000 home on
I : .\ crops to northern commission I II I company; which calls for' the Sugar company has been successfully state having decided to make immediate i
,- forcibly proven last Sunday. when I II Avrnida Del Riowas started this
t I j houses on a consignment basis ',building[ and stocking of eight commissaries demonstrated on the plantations repairs on the Belle GladePahoI
. the Clewiston team met Belle Glade II III I I i week) and plans are being drawn for
. Interest in the proposed organlza- i over the fifty mile area of the company in Clewis ton, it yas an kee road, a trip from Clewlston to 1
,,;: ,at the local school grounds and I \ the construction of two more to be
r | tion has been growing constantly dur-!I l the Southern Sugar company proper- flounced yesterday by P. G Bishop, Canal Point will bo made in record :i l(
:. trounced them in both games of a J j started in the near future it was announced -
.: ;- I Ding: the past few weeks since Mr.Dar. ties from Moore Haven to Canal Point! operating vice president who snid that time within; the next few months
double header, the score In each game j here yesterday by Capatiu F.
den and Dr. Buck outlined the evils were announced here yesterday by officials orders have been placed and construction \ Condition of the road from th3 I'
being 4-3. I j Deane Duff general manager of the '
o't the present plan of sol1!hie. of the company is underway on twenty' more Clewiston town limits to tho I aim !
.. >, : In the first game, Clewiston warmed I Clewis ton com pan)'. ,
-,.": I Details of the organidation plan II. The commissaries, it was explainedby Storey planters to be ready for ope- Bcach-Hs.nury: county line caused sev- ,
: lID during the first .inning, but in the I. I I j Contract for the construction of a
j I; .. have not yet been made: public, but Southern Sugar company officials ration with the start of the harvesting I feral minute delay m travel bet>. een i i
.; second got down to business and I two story frame and stucco building
,'" It is believed that one of the first are to be put only In the camps as a season in late fall. 'I here and Palm B.:.ch, but with the
:::'., ought in three runs, and in,the third for W. C. Hanson, manager of the
steps taken will be along lines to convenience for the ]laborers and the.1], Features, of hto planter are its I three mile stretch now in good condition i
inning added another while Belle off-I Clewiston division of the SouthernSugar
I set the effect of representatives move is not aimed in any way to compete )light f way and simplicity ,of construc-.I the trip to the coast cua be I
W Glade scored one in the first, company was awarded this
northern commission houses advancing with iston'merchants tion. made easily in an hour and a half '
J' '. in the fouith an danother in the seventh i week to Glenn Heard local] contractorThe "
,:....r- money to Glades farmers thus In addition to the newly completed Drawn by a Caterpillar tractor, the The road to .Moore Haven is now l in :I' '
home will be located on AvenidaDal
putting them under obligation to sell: commissary at Canal Point new stores : planter consists of two bins in :which fairly, good condition ,as result of .
., '. The' second game kept players on Rio in the Civic Center section::
: their crops on consignment when theseason will be opened at Benbow Farm, the the seed cane is stored with an elevator work done by convicts working;: for ,
.: \_ both teams on their toes and Clewis and will face the ridge Celotex will
.; opens.Impressed. Gramling place, Liberty Point, South device for keeping a supply of the state road dcpartmuit.MERCHANTS I
: ton got away to a bad start when the I be used on the interior.. Glenn Heard ,
... Line, Bare Beach, South Bay and at the seed cane at the hand of the-,operator -
-, visitors started off like a who was warded the contract for thework
: : the miles I An escalator effect carries the
WhirlWInd'j two
south of the
camp sugar.mill
piling up three runs in the has built several of the better
.!' Ua S. COVT P MEN at Canal Point A large section of' cane ;to the rear of the planter where WILL
.'. ,-, .: Clewlston struggled valiantly but, I the warehouse under constructionnear it slides' down a five foot chute toI buildings in town, among them the
new I
.;:,_.1 ....+ "' none crossed the home plate until $ OOOO, home for Mrs House on the
:: ':';: .: '. when the last half of the. .seventh' opened STUDY CODITINS the Clewiston sugar mill will be.(: drop into the furrows made by the rAL LABOR DAY ridge, the $30,000: Jeffries Dairy, the
a plow at the of the machine
.J r. ,.. used as a general warehouse in addi- rear
; with 3.2 Shoesmith Administration building and
;.t; ,', a score. I annex
(;'j{ ti .;,,: -- grounded out at first. Beardsley flied tion to the large warehouse adjoiningthe The plows may be raised or lowered several other houses in town
': IN UPPER GL4DE commissary ,at Canal Point : at will, the power being \recciveod PLANS FOR TOWr New'Orleans
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," ,.;.: .l,, ...:. out. Silsby came, to the rescue aba .. \\ Marfield former
: from an extension from the drive shaft I .
6..{:.:;A:.:'( l neat two (g ggei,' and Cothern got a 1 H. C. Kolstad, who has been in Can- I (Please turn to page 6))
the The motive
al r'oint and tractor. same power -
for the eight
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'- With: Po >i >! who for the past four years. has been is used to raise the level of these C. V. Parkinson i to Bring I 1

t1t rt;, sibiI-1 office of tho Canal Point division d cane in the two bins
: ities Agents it manager Matter Before Body I APPRAISERS SAY
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of the sugar company will be The planter is designed to plant two

'y.,. -,:;: GLADES! PIONEER Render Report I general manager of the commissaries, lows of cane at a time, the machine At Next. Meetin<
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{:::,:'.\.\: ., DIES 1 MIA! Acting on instructions from the War i iI iI I I will be placed in charge of each' store... furrow. and planting the cane in one I Plans for a Labor Day celebrationto I

',' :. I I Department Washington, Dr E.R.. i if Please turn to page 6' .5 5 (Please turn to Page 6)) be held In Clewiston Monday, Sep PLAN EXCELLENT

/: ".". ','' ,f Lloyd of the Mississippi i division engineering tember 2, will be discussed at a meet-

'W. H. Badger of Belle station at New Orleans and I ing of the Clewiston Better Business

:' :: Glade Succumbs AfI I C., C.' Shonts- the district office' at I j TRACTOR REPAIR NORTHERN GLADESIS League next week, it was announced Rc.y H. Gcddard. W. T.
;'" ; J'//' Jacksonville, have completed a surveyof yesterday by Cecil V Parkinson, president

: ", / ter Operation { the agricultural possibilities of the : of the organization.*The exact Bowker high in Praise
'.' : .;" ';; --:.-- northern Everglades and have returned SHOP COMPLETED TALK OF 'MIAMI i date for the meeting next week has Of B. G. Dahlberg

: is its loss to their stations not yet been set but Mr.
of; : .. f. -: ; :Belle Glade mourning respective to I definitely -

j :',.:"_,?.,.";," IhisXweek) : following the death .of..W. prepare ,their reports' and ,forward' :,- NEAR 'SUGAR Mil']I '-SAYS C.' H. REE i ER .Parkinson j :' ,said tha' Dic "'G-: lIplerwi11n I''G ompl tion. of the program of th>-

;;"':;: ,H.::'Badger: 72, one of the early pioneers them to 'V shington. tify'the membp "s. The plan will j'Southern Sugar company in the nor-

..:: of the northern Everglades and I Dr Lloyd is a eminent: agriculturalist -. be discussed at a dinner meeting in i them Everglades, as now planned

I for ,the past nine years 1 postmaster well known throu1.out the Hangar Like Structure Mayor Heads Party In 'lie Watanabe hotel. i will make: the sugar operations in this

) the town of Belle Glade Mr. Badger Please turn to page:: 691j' Nothing definite for the Labor Day II section the soundest proposition in

o died in :Miami following an unsuccessful -I For Storage And Celotex Aero celebration. has :yet been worked out,, i the entire United' States. .

operation and interment was held Ir Repair Work Car Trailer (Please turn to page 6)) 4 This was the sentiment expressed
Cars of Mill l '
f in 1IiamiTonda: aftcnoon.Twenty. >< 1 I
) I II j by Roy H Goddard and W.T. Bowker
.',::-:-,',:::., ,nine residents of Belle Glade made the Equipment Arri velereOurir Another forward step taken by the I Miami is watching with keen interest I I I officials of the American Appraisal
Volume of BusinessIn
r _< '4'' .:; ': ,'" trip to Miami to attend the funeral July I Southern Snugar company was seen I ,the development of the sugar I company who spent the past week in

:.:>,:': The grief of his fellow citizens was I this week in the announcement that ,I industry in the ,northern Everglades Belle Glade Is I the northern Everglades making a
.:;.::,- '. I typified Ina proclamation issued by I 'I of ( of the operations of
Ninety carloads of equipment for the construction of a tractor storage according to C ,II.Reeder. mayor Fine Say OfficialsThe I thorough survey

'::7.- .; i. ,? Mayor[ Walter Greer calling on all the ,construction of the 2,500 additionto and repair shop has l been completed Miami, who headed a party of :\1Ia111i-1 1 the Southern Sugar company. here: ;
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-.-r ',:' "; Belle Glade stores to remain closed I ClewIa ton Mr. Go Bard who is a prominent
"' the Clewiston mill to increase its south of the tractor machine shop ans on a motor tour to : volume of business in Belle
;.t.,.:..,(:',<.:'t.t' :' ::. from 2:30: to 3:30: -o'clock Monday af- capacity to 4,000 tons of cane daily west of the Clewiston mill. i'i party which included Glenn }I. Curtiss I Glade is more than holding its own i figure in the world of finance said '
1' :;,i\ .: ternoon. Not only was this wish ,compiled developers of i! that he passed through this section : I
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The J Bright
building of steel and sheet metal and r
; were received during the month ofI for the summer months, according to ,
i ;:>.\ with but laborers in the fields June, it was announced yesterday by I' ,construction 4S x 100 feet and the :I Brighton, Alex Orr, president of the I Dr. W. J Buck, president of the Belle some fifteen years ago and in com-
: : (Please turn to Page 6) and R 'paring conditions here said:
t-;:<",>fr. .. I IfL William G. Ames consulting engineer : hangar type of contsruction was em- I Miami Chamber of Commerce Glade City council and Jim 0. Dardeu
ployed to avoid within the buildIng I Vervoort general manager of the 1 1r | "No one could have appreciated the
posts :
: ;', t} :. \ for the Southern Sugar company in. city councilmen who have completeda
.. A. C. L. OfficialsPleased and so provide the maximum, i r Clyde. Line of Miami made the trip 1! possibilities of this section at thati
in the
.f: '.':- ,: charge of erecting the mill addition. I. survey of business conditions
: .:. ,:;; I I Curtis Aero car, i time, and it is hard to believe that it
} '" amount of storage and permit Clewiston in the
f. space south-
:, Work Advices have been received' Mr. farming community on the
f.;: ; .:!< With I,I Ames said from McCliutock Marshall the easier moving of tractors within I I an automobile "club car"' trailer made eastern shore of Lake O] eechobee.It I! is the same place. Unstinted praise

t:,' :>,o .,..: Of Sugar Company company that stell for the addition to : the building. i I of Celotex is quite natural that Belle Glade I is due B. Dahlberg not only for his
;.: '. --- I I 'Complete equipment including facilities "I passed through this section % I foresight in seeing the possibilities
main i the
I"e : ; I the boiling house end of the I I does a better business during
\< <: Lyman Delano, president of the Atlantic !i building will be shipped this week, for electric arc welding has been ]I i 1913.'' said Mayor Reeder ,"and to rollover winter months, but on the other handwe here but for the determined manner

.. ;( : ] Coast Line railroad and C. MeD I"And preparations for its erection have installed and provision has been made I smooth roads in comfort is a far are not afflicted with the summer (Please turn to page 6))

'"',: Davis, general traffic manager stoI'i ) t i been completed at the mill site. I Please turn to page 6 j (Please turn to Page 6) slump in business 'as are so many

,,, (', ':>; ping in Clewiston to inspect the plan- An electric semi-automatic elevator i I cities in the state," Dr Buck said. Hearing On, Sugar

," ::.4; totions and mill of the Southern Sugar has been completely installed in the "Street, paving Is under way, new Tariff To BOn Held
.I i >< e
.;, company said that the future here mill building, with safetly appliancesso ARIFF BUGABOO OFFERED IN CUBA buildings a'i'o under construction whichdo

>,; looks brighter than e\er. j I that it cannot be operated whila not bespeak hard times,*' said Mr_ t Next Wednesday

"The last time I saw this wonderful a gate at any of the floors is openA Darclen. -

place was in January when the I new device for locking sugar SCOUTED BY MANUFACTURERS RECORD I "There is little cause' for complainthe The senate finance committee will

first unit of the Clewiston mill was I bags on the loader has been installed continued "and every indication open its doors on August 7 for a ,

officially opened" said Mr, ,Delano, !I which will effect a saving of several points to SL record business in farming hearing on the proposed sliding scale

,;;! "and though that Isn't so long ago, seconds in the loading of each sugar I II Charging that the American Chamber world and, therefore, the inability of during the coming year. Almost every sugar tariff being prepared as a sub

the picture Is so constantly changing,I I bag. of Commerce of Cuba has put' f the Cuban people to buy as freely as available acre of ground will be under stitute for the flat increase In the

'l' that Mr.Davis. and have noted many forth "very" misleading statement, as they could do when the world's Trlce cultivation either in sugar cane or sugar duty proposed by the house, according :

'.. startling' improvements"' Pahokee Rotarians to the decrease in our imports to Cuba of sugar was about double what it is vegetable truck crops, so that our to news dispatches this week I

;! '(T' 'Mr Davis was enthusiastic over the ," the Manufacturer's Record in'a I at present Naturally under this condition people can look to the future with a from Washington I II

: J height of the cane saying that "It Plan Civic WorkThe recent issue brings out interesting) the Cuban people have been feeling of confidence/' I, Senator Smoot chairman of the committee

;, looks almost as high now in July as I II facts in regard. to the Cuban and domestic buying; less and, expressed in dollars declined to discuss details of
1 last years cane did in January." belief that the newly formed sugar situation. the imports ot sugar from Cuba do the proposed sliding scale by whichhe
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The railroad officials after calling Rotary club of Pahokee can as a Under the heading "Safeguard the not give a fair statement of the case. expects to regulate the sugar tar

on p.G. Bishop, operating vice president i- body do civic work which would be rights of'Domestic Sugar Growers"* Comparing the quantity of sugar Best Local BattersThe ''iff to market conditions.

.: -;,) \ of 'the Southern Sugar company 1 impossible for the induividual to the Manufacturer's Record says: imported from Cuba during the period; According to the provisions of the

, made an Inspecton tour of the fields accomplish was expressed on the The American Chamber of Com under discussion, one gets a some-' Clewiston baseball player proposed tariff proposed by the house

:'--4'..i and visited the Clewiston mill with I streets of the community this week merce of Cuba, with Its offices in what different picture as it shows' with the highest batting average the duty on Cuabn sugar would be'increased -

I.'" '::,', W. G. Ames, consulting engineer, following the organization of the Washington, has put forth a very mis- that' prevailing prices of raw sugar account each Sunday will be presented witha from 1 76 cents a pound to

where the daily grinding capacity Is luncheon club which has applied to leading statement as to the decreasein for practically all of the declinein broadcloth shirt by Herbert Blateof 2.40 and duty oh all other foreign 96

I being increased from 1,500 to 4,000 International Rotary for a charter. our exports to Cuba, or as to the value In fact, the United States Blate Brothers it was announcedhere test sugar would be raised from 2.20 I

} ':." tons, Leading citizens ,of the town have I reasons therefor This statement, each year since 1923 has imported yesterday by William Cecil to 3.00 which would still keep the I

I /,'" have either joined or signified their based on valuation figures, claims that more sugar from Cuba, with the ex- Owen, Manager of the Clewiston United States tariff far below that in

/ / $33,000 GASOLINE BILL intention of joining and it is believed the exports of merchandise to Cuba ception of 1928. team. many other countries-

:' 3-:r' that the Pahokee Rotary club will from the United States declined 33.2 Sugar importations into the United The custom is retroactive to in-

.1",';' During the past 30 days there were be the strongest per capita organization per cent from 1923 to 1928t whereasour States from all sources for each year clude July games and those who CURRENT OFF SUNDAY

[f' ,.' approximately 82,000 gallons of gasoline in' the southern part of the exports to all other countries, in- amounted to more than the quantity have won the prize are: Electric current in this community I Ion k

: consumed in Clewiston, It was state. B- Elliott is temporary chaIr- creased 16.3 percent It adds: received In 1923. The average priceof July 7, Paul Alston, average 500; all lines east of Atlantic avenue

1.; \\i. seen in a survey conducted among the man and I M, Lair secretary while "It is' normal and natural that imported raw sugar from Cuba in July 14, H H Davis, average 500; and Royal Palm avenue will be shutoff

:::5 e I! filling stations of this community At the present membership inclures trade should Increase from year to 1923 was: 4.8 cents per pound, as compared July 21, no game; July 28, Silsby Sunday afternoon from one till

,I.: ;... the current retail price of 28 cents George McLarty, A. Jordan, H L. year and unnatural that It should de with 2 ,1 cents per pound in and M, Crouch, tied -with an averageof four o'clock, it was announced hero

this would total almost $33,000. The Lapp, S W. Powell, L L. Shirley, crease. The reason for the decreaseIn 1928, and the following table of sugar 667.: yesterday by Wilber D. Cole in charge
.'f gas total consumed included In addition W. S. Stuckey, Dr.D. S Spooner, ,I our trade with Cuba is our high imports, by quantity,clearly shows It was announced that In the case of this work. The temporary discon-

'( to owners of private automobiles, W G. Smith, R J. Shroeder, H 1 mport duty on the sugar 'Cuba sends that with the comparatively small decrease of last Sunday's tie each high man tinuance of electric current Is made

':., tractors s and other farm machinery) Gold. Abe Dobrow, H. T Williams, 1 1 us." in sugar Imported between will be given a shirt but in the future possible because of some necessary
:,. and the farm implements of the Clew- W.D. Barrett, E. G. Kilpatrick.Howard "j' This comparison does not take Into 1923, and 192S value dropped more In case' of a tie the high man repairs, and the work is being done

Iston division of the Southern Sugar ,Sharp and Dr. J. L, More- account the extreme depression in than one-half. I will have to match to decide the Sunday afternoon to cause a minimum

: company. field the price of sugar throughout the Please turn to page 6 winner. of inconvenience to subscribersa

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. .. 'The Glewiston News,*'. I Read _.each advertisement! in The Read The clewi ton., News,,;for allofthe

,,;', c Successor. ; to The Clewlston Progress *"T* ,,#\; Lj .1 r.;" ':' tlf"1'. () ]: DJ'I';? CtiJ. I f,'II Clewiston<",* J ';,;.bar News.*ainsgaIor anel-j,: :you. will find;! I'I'II I. : news; ,nI I-1'

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other pioducib oft hl s legion to the northern markets. T. q", I: }.'.You smile when she says "Daddy," ,1: :. t:' j,1.\ .. .;.. P, / ;' I POINSETTIA HOTEL I :i :

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FRIDAY, AUGUST 2, 1029 .1 // Pleases Us 'To Phase You"
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GROWTH ."1 !' And, holding her ,pudgy pup.. vuOr ,' .. ..'i: .j -'. : .
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in observance I of ''Ii..f''.';. :. Ii' : s 5 s
Herald and the Miami Daily News
Last Sunday's Miami Te mend a .broken arm. .,. .. .. .. ." '-
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stories the
Miami's thirt ty-third birthday recounted, in and pictures growth Putting her trust in Daddy- .,< , ,: \ :. 55 ,r I .. : : : : : : : : : : : :-: : :-: :-: :-: : : : : :-+:-: :-: :-: : : : : :

the Magic City during the past third of a century. There was a wealth of ; '. Who'll shield her from harm ?' \ 'I 11 I ; :::
every ., It UNITED: LINES TRANSFER CO. :j t .I .
material and the story of the development of the resort from a small village -PHA.: ,
:} 809 S. Poinsettia St. 5;*
winter of the nation was well told. ? : \\.
into the playground Ii:;: West Palm Bead Phone 20763 S -
Clewiston can well afford to study Miami's development for our future is GLATEX THEATRE PROGRAM 8: Cecil B. DeMile's greatest effort, .:
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the unforgettable' "KING OF I<:INGS"Supreme .t
before us. Undoubtedly there were many Miamians thirty three years ago FRIDAY, Aug. 2: Dog' 'Flash' in in theme-gigantic in execution I :!j-: Daily Freight delivery.: ; Canal Point; Paholcee ,Belle Glade South :'.

who could not appreciate. the extent to which the city was, destined to grow "Honeylmoon." This is a hilarious : -a reverent and strikingly beau .*. Bay and Clcv/iston.! : .
but even the most confirmed pessimist must admit', the future of Clewistonand maze of barital mixups'where; the dog i tiful panorama of history's greatest ::: .; f' .;- "

plays comedian. It's somethinf refreshingly drama-the most ambitious pictorial ::;: :: : .: Connection with. Miami Line .:::
other communities in the Everglades is far brlgilterthan': the outlook in + : ., .' .
different. Good extra comedy presentation of the .

Miami a few years ago. '., added. his disciples, the Crucifixion and the I r'._...:'+.:-'.-:'-:-:..:..:_:..:......'.............M...:...............'.-............!. ..'............-.'.J.. ...........-'..........................J.....-....'.-'....'-........!. ?... A
such rate that it would take Jules Resurrection See the startling}: con- -
We are surging forward at a rapid a Mix
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nection between Mary she magdslenjand ,
Verne tod raw a picture of the Northern Everglades of 1962 With what little "The Big Diamond, Robbery:' All the
Judas Iscariot.
Every man:: wom-
punch of a great melodrama the suspense -
imagination we possess, we dare not venture further ,than a few'hort years an and child owes it to themselves to
of a great mystery story, the I
see' this picture.
into the future, and it requires no flight of fancy to envision thousands upon.1 I romance of the tenderets love, story- ....
Admission: 25c, & 50c
thousands of acres in tall waving' sugar cane railroad storage yards filled three: big pictures rolled into one.. Also .

Mickey comedy.
with long lies of' cane trains, several ten thousand ton a day sugar mills
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and hundreds of tractors thundering over the rich muck, and the I machinery TUESDAY, Aug. 6: Lew Cody and I I :I 9
Aileen Pringle in "A Single Man '' 666 6 6
in Celotex plant busily hummingi t.;
a great Q This popular comedy pair bring anew -i r =

The trend of home, store and apartment construction during the past year idea to the screen in a riotous is a Prescription for D

gives us a background: for a picture of the ,Clewiston of tomorrow. Wide BILIOUS FEVER and MALARIA. ::

gracefully curving streets lined with attractive homes. thousands of kiddies Aug. 7- It' is the most speedy remedy known.
comedy with'swUt and unlagging ac-'
pouring out of the schools, gay pleasure craft dozing off shore on the Jake, Ei::
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while planes drone overhead and roads dotted with visiting motorists from, I. ,

' the north coming to see the wonder city of the Florida Everglades .t


:: Official Service for :: Oldest Electric Refrigerator

Less than a year ago a secton of the Florida Everglades bordering Lake

Okeechobee figured: the worst disaster that ever befell the state of. Florida. I lii! ii! WITH THE FAMOUS

Hundreds of lives were lost numerous homes were swept away and milesof ..;... WICO ELECTRIC CO., 'NORTH* EAST ELECTRIC CO., ..;... : '.;' COLD KEEPER: :.I'--. ". ,

the countryside were laid waste by wind and water : SCINTILLA MAGNETO :
Last Sunday's pictorial stecion of The :Miami; News was devoted to a portrayal t t Maintains temperature 24 hours after Current

of this same section and adjacent territory, as it appears today. ; OUR FACILITIES WILL SAVE YOU is turned off. ,

These pictures bear startling evidence of the marvelous transformation that I
has taken place there during the past few months.: They show modern

business buildings, attractive homes busy fields and great sugar' mills. Memories :!:: SUTCLIFFES i! 113 Worth Ave. Palm' Beach. P

of boom days were brough back the scenes of activity presented by Phones 6817-5912

the Everglades pictures.To iji AUTOMOTIVE ELECTRIC SERVICE COet -- .
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the credit for the magic transformation that is taking place around Lake I ..:. West Palm Beach Dial 7212Winners = 'I S >. ,' ,' ;
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Okeecliobeo. That served as the Inspiration for the courageous population, '...:.............-..........-............................................................................-..........-...............................................................................-..-..-........:. 1 : liI li/ .
which went to work after the hurricane to build auew. Belle Glade, Canal -, :/ .f
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Point and Pahokee have also felt the magic touch and the centers of 1
are "
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unusual ac1h'itr.Last season's farming operations surpassed all expectations .. .
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and plans are being made to increase them during the coming season. '" ., t.. ,.:, : 11. ; ; ;:: s si so
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With huge federal and state flood control expenditures practically as- : t. !: '.!'I1 .if : '\" -i :
June 15th. equipped in Iii
1' d; It. J' r'Ir'''lj.JfiP., ";! ,Ati'J-. .':: $ ;&:I"" a i 1 Modernly
sured and a mammoth sugar industry already established. Everglades residents : .- : 7 1
: ',' G ;'f1 ;% / ftft both Laundry and Dry Cleaning
have every reason to view the future. with confidence Given adequate I .\1'/1/ if f l 0/' !i.;., 'or 1 if I.
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protection they know their laud the ff .: : .., 0
can equal worl in producing other 7 ;'i -+f1r. ; 1 Departments. .
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crops as \\ell as sugar cane, They deserve well of the state ,and nation, If "I:: f U J i ti1t11i11.P [-ft., .' ...,.:. ,,: ,/'/ 1 .
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only for the example of fortitude and in .,. JQJ' .: :f" / -
optimism the face of disaster, they ; .' ..':- / i
t.t t lr..b' ...'ltlc -. .' ;. Quality and Service as good as the :, Jr.;
have given t 1 i: y ; .
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The prize wise crack for the week came from the pen' of Will Rogers 1
of every National Championship 1 CLEWISTON STEAM LAUNDRY (
who 'says that the only danger: to those St Louis flyers Is that they might 111 <
., Race for the past eight Holders of 1
get their hoards caught In the propeller: : . years. every 1

... ::- ,: ;..'. I"--' track record for stock and racing cars. CleWlston., ,, Florida. i.,f

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I can do without sunshine when days are long and blue ..' I' .-,..,., II ., : '. ",- :.
I heavy traffic be safe choose Firestone Tires. ,
I can do without sadness when my notes theywon't( renew" 1. i
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"Drink Canada Dry" shouts a ,ginger ale ad. Wo are doing our noblest. 55, ., ,,1'

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FRIDAY, AUGUST 2,. 1029I !

I tive, weeks. .. Southeast quarter (1-1)) of the Southeast .-...... ,., .- ... .

: .. La Belle Done and ordered this 30th day of quarter (1-1)) of Section 231 _.,...... .. ......, .. ..
A4) : May,*1929. ", Township 43 South Range ':34 Ea&t. r .'. .' r'. ,-, .. ,Jr.u.r' '" -"" '. "_' .' /L..", !
The assessment of said property .<,,
b (Seal) WILLIAM T. HULL I' under the said certificate was in the I .. I
name of A."r Beach
Clerk Circuit Court
t Unless said certificate shall b* 10-i .) I I II
GIVE PLAY practicing for their. play to be given 5-t I I deemed according to law, tax deed I .
will issue thereon on the 27th day of '
The ladles of the Methodist church Friday_ July. A. D. 1929. ...... ,. .
'' NOTICE OF TAX EQUILIZATIONTo .'' Dated this' 20th day of June A D.
will, give a play "The Old Maids 1929 .
Club" at the grammar school auditorium (Seal) William T Hull '
W.P. Arledge had an attack whom It may concern: A HOTEL IS SELDOM
Friday evening August 2 \ It i Is : HOME II
'' of appendlcltas Saturday and had to You are. hereby: notified in compliance Circuit Court Hendry County, Fla. '... V '...
understood that this will be a comedy ; I .
." be rushed to the Lee County Hospitalin with Section 929, Compiled ----; I ,
and is well worth .. .
__ c Fort Myers for an. operation which General. Laws of Florida, 1927, that NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR .of'' '
took place Monday Mr Arledge Is the Tax Assessor of Hendry Coun- TAX PEED Ii ,: -: ITS DIFFERENT AT THE

LARGE ATTENDANCE AT BAPTISTSINGING La Belle Seaboard Agent ty, Florida will meet ,with the

CLASS '" ", *.'. ',_/1_ *". .. Board of County Commissioners of NOTICE IS HERESY GIVE That I WATANABE
F. Deane Daft holder of Tax Certificate -
Tho Baptist church singing class Mrs W P.Arledge. accompaniedG. said county at the commissioners'room No. P of July 1st, A, D. 1018! I .
under the direction of Professor T. B :W 'and'G L Pettee to Fort Myers in the Court House in La Belle, I (Drainage Tax) has tiled) said certi-I -;. ,

Bunting was organized Monday .even"- Monday, afternoon -', Florida, on the first Monday in JUlY. ficate in for ill tax)' office deed and to i issue made thereon application .'. Here' you will find the most pleasing

Ing with a large attendance present, (' the game being the 1st day of July, in accordance with law. Said certificate .

and It Is expected and hoped that During .the' sickness of Mr ArledgeW A. D.; 1929, at 10 o'clock. A.I.., for embraces the following clescrlb'd *atmosphere coupled with meals,
there will be a much larger attend-I D. Trunnell of Trilby, Fla ." has the purpose' of hearing complaintsand I (formerly property a pan sltualml of Lee in) H'T.dry County j

ance during the class the next two been appointed as temporary agent receiving: testimony as_ to the Florida to-wit I : just as you enjoyed in'your home.. '

weeks. It will continue every night All the La Belle people are hopefulfor value of any property, real or personal The Southeast quart l'- ((1-4) of tne ; ,

for two weeks and is well worth at- the time when, Mr Arledge back I I as fixed by the County Assessor west Southeast qmnter quarter((1-4)(1-1)) of oC Section:the Sfuih-23'Tgvnshlp .. A few rooms are now available for

tending. We hope} 'this class Is a huge !, on the Job and hope Mr. Trunnell : of Taxes for the year 1929, 43 South Range :34 East
i and of and The asre ssmeiit of ,*ai'l l lll'olert tv guest who intend to make Clewiston .
success' I I I during his short stay here Is very reviewing under the said reitiflcate issued' was
successful, equalizing the assessments as made 'In the name of C P. Wt'iger.Unlrbs .
by said Tax Assessor. .. I said opriificate !hall be v0-- their home. ,
Mr.and Mrs All ,Wright of Arcadia I deemed( according to law tax deed
:Mr and Mrs. D Watts Hall, and I You and each of you are hereby i will f issue thereon on *ie7th day

and their guest, Miss Kathleen Whid- Earnest and Florence Hall visited I notified to be present at said time 1 of July -- A' 0, 19211:I* .,
clen are spending two weeks at,."the and place and there I Date(\ this :20th:: day of June A. I>.
relatives in Buckingham Sunday I sat forth any ENJOY ,
Wright home in La Belle. 1929Seal
Word has been received that the complaint and produce, any testimony I I ( ) William T. Hull' ;

Malokowsky family; have arrived safe- which :you may desire at to the val- Clerk .
Commissioner and Mrs. Seldon L. Circuit Court Hendry County Fla I
ly in North Dakota ue of any property, as fixed and as-
Steweit and family, motored to Clew-! --- sessed by said County Assessor of I /t

iston where. Seldon Jr_ is emplo'eda I I A damage suit against County Ant Taxes. f, NOTICE APPLICATION TAX DEED! FOR I;! J J The Watanabe Hotel

torney Rider for $20,000 has be filed W.L.. MURRAY NOTICE IS HEREBY. GIVEN, ThatF.
'11r. and Mrs! Alfred Meadows 'left Chairman Board of I I, Deane Duff holder of Tax Certificate t
by County Commissioner H.L. Dela- .... I I No. 5 of July 1st, A. D. 19JS
the first of the week for the Northern
County Commissioners of .,'
Hendry Tax
ney Drainage ) has filed' said certificate -

part of the state where Mr. Meadowshas County, Florida. ,I in my office and made apoliC'tlcn '.. MRS.. CLAUDE DOWNS, Manager. .'.,> .. i:**'*
accepted a position. While in La Attest: : ::ir tax deed to issue thereonIn <'::?:. \ .,'.,r
LEGAL NOTICE accordance with law. Said certi- ,
Belle Mr Meadows was associate. I (Seal( ) William T. Hull ficate embraces, the following described -

editor of The Hendiy, County News, Clerk 'v property situated in Hendry
a La.,Belle weekly NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE (formerly. a part of Lee) County' I r -
s 6-t., Florida to-wit;:
-- I The Northeast qurtrter ((1-4)) of the -

Mr.. andMrs.Donald. Delaney are Notice is hereby given that under JI Southeast quarter ((1-4)) of the Southwest
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR quarter (1-1)) of Section 23
the proud parents of a beautiful baby and by virtue of a Final Decree ren- j I! TAX DEED Township 43 South Range 34 East, .,'

boy Edwin Scott Delaney, born Sun- dered on te 19th day of June, A.D.. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, ThatF. The assessment of said property
day noou. 1929,. by the Honorable George W.W. Deane Duff holder of Tax Certificate under the said certificate i issued: was ,.
v G cf July 3rd 1922! (DrainageTax in the name of J F. Lanck -
Whitehurst, Judge of the Court ) has filed said certificate in my Unless said certificate shall be redeemed .
;lIt Nyle Vickers, manager: of the herein named(; below, in that certain I''office find made application for tax according to law tax deed
; deed to issue thereon in accordance \will issue thereon the 27th of
La day
Belle Cash Store Is back;: from a ; on
cause pending in the Circuit Court of '
with law Said certificate embraces July A, D. 1929. AMERICA'S'NEW l lJ
short vacation the Twelfth Judicial Circuit 'of the I the following described property situ- Dated this 20th day of Juno A D. "IN SUGAR

State of Florida, in and for Hendry ated in Hendry (formerly a part of 1929Seal
J B I S j Lee) County, Florida, to-wit ( ) William T. Hull BOWL"r
Burke of
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County in Chancery wherein Marvin'! :
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Company of Jacksonville was in La Wood is Complainant, and I- ?Andre Southwest quarter ((1-4)) of the Southeast Circuit Court Hendry County, Fla. \J

Belle at tile courthouse Tuesday on I I and Fay Andre, his wife, are DefeiK7-: I' quarter ((1-4) of Section 23 Township ,: '
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Range : East > THE CLEWISTON
his way to Everglades. NOTICE. CF ,APPLICATION FOR : INN Z ,:
,The Lee Cypress ants, 1. the undersigned Special Master The assessment of said property TAX DEED .r. ,," ;;

company owns about a half a in Chancery,. will offer for sale under the said certificate issued was NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That : ':,J -
in the name of C7 H. Gough. ; .': < : On Lake Okeechobee ,
township. land in Hendry. County. and sell at public outcry to the highest Unless said F Deane Duff holder of Tax Certificate .. ., ., .,
Fljall be re-J ., .
No. 96 of July 2 A.D.. 1917 .
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and best bidder or bidders for cashin deeme daccording to law:tax. deed, hrs fit]'-cl said ':cr'ificate In my office : ,. ','; .....
Mr and Mrs\ Joe Ross. tml'family front of the Court House door in of will issue theieon, on the 27th day and ma'Ie application for tax deedto .- 1 '- : ...1 '
July '--- A. D.-1929: iue thereon in accordance wJtli I '
motored to Fort Myers.Saturday the City of La Belle, Hendry County, Dated this 20th! day of"Jnrfe A.* D I l law. Said certificate: embraces rite; '.' '.. '. -, .' : '
Paul Deam of Clewiston was a I business Stale of Florida, between the legal I 1929. J i following described:; property situatedin Clewiston .' < ,"/., i. 'j -Florida

visitor ,in La Belle. Monday_ hours of sale on the Fifth day of.' (Seal) ta k"; William I ClorTc VT. "Hull I i I County Hcmlrv FIoHili.: (formerly towifThe" a part of Lee) .' -' )-\ 'f' : :;::: :{ :: :' '::: :-' J" .
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Mrs. H. L Delaney ,motored to. I the first Monday and a Rule Day of .1' i the Southwest nuarter (SW 1-4) of ,
Clewiston, Sunday afternoon. said Court, the' following described the Southwest uaiter: (SW 1-4)) of OPEN ALLYEAR: :: )
,,, OF APPLICATION' FOR SeellOn,23 Township 13 South Range
property, situate, l lying and being In TAX DEED ;3J East '
NEGRO WOMAN COMITTED NOTICE IS' HEREBY GIVEN, That, The f .vesracnt! of said property,
Ilendry County, State of Florida, to-
TO ASYLUM '., I F, Deane Duff holder of Tax Certiflcate -| under the aaid certificms issued was -
Lula Baldwin wit: ; No.. 3 of July 1st. A. D. 191SJJ! j in tho nnrnp cf R, H. Ludlum
colored. of Sears was I All the East Half (El-2)) of the ((Drainage Tax) has filed said certificate -' Unless, saidrtiCicate shall be redeenifd -
committed to the State Hospital for in iny office and mad accord.: to law tax deed
the Insane at Chattahoochee Northeast Quarter (NE1-4)) and the 'I plication for tax deed to issuo ap-I'will issue: tlwrr:! !i on the 27th day of ,
Tues- Noith Half ((.Xl-2)) of the Northeast} on in accordance with law Said july -. A. D. 1929.
day by County Judge Charles O. Quarter (NE1-4)) of the Southeast tificate embraces the following described Dated this 20th day of June A.D.. .. I. ,
Ross property situated in lien dry 199:! .
Quarter (SE1-1)) hr Section Seventeen I II (formerly a part of Lee)' County, (Seal) William T, Hull .

Air and Mrs. R. ((17), Township Fortytll1(4n: ) Florida toit: I Clerk < ; '-; .'. ':" ;: ,>; ,: 5:' L : .:, .'.. "./ .: .:
N. Miller and family I The Northeast quarter (100!) of the Circuit Court Hendry! COUntY Fla.CLEWSTON .'_" ':... 7' ; .: ; ::' ; : : : ':: .. -. '\
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Special Master in
Professor T. B Bunting, Director Chancery.In '

of the Baptist Singing Class during 1 ---- I ,

his stay is La Belle is stopping with The Circuit, Court, Twelfth _Judicial :

Mr. and Mr. Stallings Circuit, Hendry County, Flor- ': (1 1c HOMES, STORES AND APJ1ARTMNTS

ida.-In Chancery. \

After has passing the bar Judge Greg- ALVA L. HARRELL !1 PU E BREED GUERNSEY c CATTLE i I : : : ; : :- '-0. :'' :" .i,: ,',
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State of'I"lorida. ''I RUTH" Defendant.HARTWRIGHT HARRELL, 1'S 1 ;

Paul Deam and son of Clewiston DIVORCETo '... ARE NEEDED CLEWISTON TO HELP

were in La Belle on .business Friday the defendant, Ruth Hartwright ,
a Han;ell. You are hereby commandedto .
G.'W Pettee Is making some improvements -I appear before this Court on the
1st day of July; 1929, and then and
his ,
on beautiful :
Bend Estate on the Caloosahatchee] there answer a Bill of Complaint AGE CONDITION. .:; ';':-- '.\... ;. ,::

river. filed against :you by Alva L. Harrell.It ..... t I. ::.!
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Several carpenters are' busy this News be once published a week in for the four consecu-\ I / 0 >: :: -4 J:

week High school putting Building'a new tin roof on the t f/f' :/ ::: ; :: : i

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lasteek for Oklahoma where they I I SHOPPE I ..*. :,:J1 :'For-Detailed Information r? write

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The Way Have a dip In. the ocean. before :re-,' X x

I turning home. X
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clothier of the Miss B. Kettl returned this week I X
1 G. V Hudson, local I Mrs. Bessie Cubreth had her tonsils LAKE X
Hopkins block returning from a buying from a: month's vacation in the north. ,. removed at Dr. J. \owling's sanitarium -' K 'i':,. X ,

J trip to New York said that Clew- last week 0 X X

"f : iston Is definitely on the map,.. and 'K
't Herbert Blate of Blate's Department
: told several instances of his registering /.tore returned this week from New Miss Clyde Sweat and George, Heinz X XX
j in hotels through Georgia and II I
his evening callers Tuesday nightat
I York City where he accompanied were X
North Carolina when the clerk seeing mother. '"The north is all right," he the home of Mr. and :Mrs.Al. Kahn, X
the register would im- I
Clewistou on
said but it is certainly cooler in X .
mediately start pouring out the questions. Ciewiston Mr. and Mrs. Louis A Morgan are X

Mr Hudson said that his spending a week in Miami and Nassau X X
greatest experience was when on the I returned X
Leonard S. Ames and Charles A. Mrs Morgan having
train he made the acquaintance of a
from vacation X
Jackson the week end in West Saturday a two months
resident of Los Angles who is in the spent J
Palm Beach in Asheville, N. C. X
wholesale fruit business in California -I
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"As soon as he heard I was from i 7r X

.1. Ciewiston he was deeply interested, I Dave Alston underwent an operation Read each advertisement in"I'he X' L c4
and appeared to know considerableabout for appendicitis at the Lakeview hospital 4 -. '"': XX

the sugar.. activities in this section -I His condition is reported ex- Clewiston News and you will find!
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I Roy L. Simpson is spending several +\ > .
The marriage of Miss Louise Lang- days aReek at Canal Point where he LEGAL NOTICE .XV 1T' )':

ford of New Smyrna to John Chenet ', is in charge of the electrical work being \ ',: ..
of Ciewiston will be solemnized to- Installed in the new houses built *
night in New Smyrna at 7:30 o'clock
by the Southern Sugar company.
it learned here this week Mr. X
was ;i ---- whom it concern: : :
may Xfc Where
Chenet who Is associated with the II is King X I
Civic Center
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Among those seen on J The County Commissioners of Hen, ,!
Southern Sugar company as a chemistis golf course during the past week dry County, Florida, having deemed I fcX CJ X

one of the more popular of the were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hooker, Mr it necessary to extend the time for X

younger set.1Ir. and Mrs: Chenet and Mrs Ed Drinkwater, Mr. and thirty days for tho complteion of U-e I X There's a new monarch in the mcstic production of cane sugar. They X ..4

I will return to Ciewiston in a few Mrs.E.. L Stewart, Mr. and Mrs. assessment roll of Hendry County, X United States. His dominion lies in sought and found a new region in this X

, weeks and make their home in the William Cecil Owen, Dr. and Mrs J. I and for the purpose ot revising andi X the southern part of Florida and country ideally suited to the purpose X ,

. r street the Shultz Apartments, on Ventura I C. Nowling and daughter Dorothy, I i equalizing the_ assessment, notice is X covers 160,000 acres, or approximately -in fact, a region described by many X ;+
-E :Margie: Harvel and Robert Hefinger hereby given in compliance! : with Sec
" X miles. The
of the choicest
I 250 square King'sname experts as one on X
,c The engagement and approaching and om and ETmmet ShelleyMr. tion 929. Compiled General Laws or
X is earth for this
Sugar. X
S' marriage were announced at a dinner Florida, 1927, that the Tax Assessor I purpose.
party in New Smyrna. and an account and Mrs. 0 L, Jeffries and of Hendiy County, Florida: will\ \ meet X i He did not inherit 'his. kingdom; Today,the Sugarland district teems X

. of the event is carried in the New family have returned from a two I with the Board of County Commissioners X nor did he conquer it by Force. with activity. A great system of X

Smyrna Daily News as follows: 1 weeks vacation in Columbus Ind.Mr. of said aunty at iu! Commis X There's a power behind the thronelevees/ and drainage canals is in op- X

The announcement of the engage sioners' room in the Court House in I X thc vision and energy of a group of eration. Fleets or tractors are workmen X .

ment and approaching marriage of : and Mrs L L. Johnson have La Belle, Fioiida. ,Wednesday}', July X./%" who saw the tremendous possiing day and night in the cultivation X ,
Miss Louise Langford, talented and purchased three cows for their dairy 31st, 1929, at lOo'cIock A. M for the X
I bility for industrial development in and planting of more and more acre- X
attractive daughter of Mr. and Mrs farm, bringing the total to 56 head of puipose of hearing: complaints and
X what desolate tract of Roads and and railroads X
was formerly a age. towns .
i M. Langfor; 300 South Change cattle. receiving testimony as to the value of ,
street, to John Chenet of Ciewiston. :,i i any property(al or personal, as X almost uninhabitable swamp land. have been built. All this to serve the X .t

: 'Fla.. was most effectively made dinner : J L. Waugh 'of Halsey and Griffith fixed by the County Assessor of Tax- X These men had not only the vision interests of American sugar X i,

t-- party given in the lovely home of West Palm Beach was a business esfor the, year 192:). anti of peifeeling, X but the experience and capital with The interesting story of the Dahl- X a

of Mrs Lula Ott on Faulkner street. i iI I! visitor in Ciewiston] Tuesday. reviewing ana eqi."Mining: the assessments I .X which to effect the huge transfor- berg Sugar Cane Industries is told, X ;

\ ', Mrs' Ott is an aunt of the bride-elect'I ,I as 'cr*'IR h. aid T.i< Assessor, X oration in a few short years. in an illustrated booklet, sent upon X

,f''tl and assisted Mrs.M.. Langford in ,I, :Miss Eoncile Stone is back at her i Vi;u antia::it of you are hen.b>' n X They wanted to increase our do-
:'. the arrangement and carrying out of'' desk in the First Bank of Ciewistonafter 'I tifir'd to be l.-";:';:lf at aid time and.i I .

the charming party. I I spending a two weeks vacation, place and there set forth any complaint} 'I:I DAHLBERG
The rooms on the lower floor were in 'Palm Beach. ,and, produce any testimony which ) X
elaborately decorated with graceful I may desire as to the value of, 'OU\\ X X

.Ji baskets of pink and white flowers I I John Mowry spent the week end on propertly as fixed and assessed! 'oy X iT .. X

and ferns and arrangements in vases I a business trip to Sarasota and Bra- said County Assessor of Taxes. II III' X' } X'

of other pastel colored blossoms. The I I denton. I' w. L. \ YChairman X THE SOUTH COAST COMPANY THE SOUTHERN SUGAR.COMPANY X
dining table upon which covers were Board of
I X fills] : and Plantations In Louisiana \ r c1f1lls and Plantations in FloridaX
laid for nine was centered with a j Robert Hefinger who spent the past County Commissioners of Hendiy X' _MDUSiRItS/ '. '
crystal and gold bowl filled with crepe ; two weeks with his uncle and aunt 'County, Florida.. : "

myrtle and fern and four pink tapers I Mr and Mrs. Wilson S Harvel of Attest: 8 K X ,

set in matching holders) cast enchanting Crescent drive will.return to his home (Seal. WILLIAM: T. HULL X ;

' rays of light upon the crystal and ia Miami Sunday. Clerk X Executive Offices 919 North Michigan Avenue,Chicago Xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx :

,' silver table appointments Place cards I I I X X r'a
were suggestive of the occasion and I Ia Richard White and Sanders M. !
nestled down in the rose baskets of I I, Morgan spent the week end in Fort -- '

V'v t-' ,pink and green mints ,were tiny' cards I:.Meade and Lakeland. Attractive home line rooms, excellent -- -- -.- -- !

t hearing the news of the approaching meals, .4 blocks] from business }

nuptials I Mr and Mrs Bill Davis accompa- section. 62 Orange St., Asheville, I i
.t During the serving of the delicious nied by Miss Clyde Sweat spentIon.- N. C. I I
three course dinner there were plea. .

sant conversational topics. Innovations :';" '. ;< ;; r :' : ,c ::;;;;;: .: '.,, :';: '!..;.', ,y/, \. ,, ;y, ':,.!;'.. :';'-. ': .... :

,.**L. 'original were toasts offered, one given in th to forms the bride of *5 jRrTOTIS '"i:::' 'I MIZ ELL 'I ;, '., j' : ; :: : : : ; ,

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CLADESIS athletic events, treasure hunt for APPRAISERS SAY SUGAR 199,780,360, value per lb 2.5 cents; heading "Consider the Case of Cuba" i As has been pointed out, the sugar
TALK OF AllA:' Idles, automobile races and ball CO. PLAN EXCELLENT'j 1926, 8,559,784,855; pounds; total value editorially weeps at the plight of the crop of the United States Is one of the

.':. SAYS O. H. s during the day, topped with a 198,895,140 value per lb., 2,3 cents; I: Cuban sugar Industry, saying that we !. few basic food Industries that does
at the Clewiston Inn that night Continued! from page 1 1927, 7,300:707,583: pounds, total value are showing a tendency to look upon not meet domestic requirements Asa

(Continued from Page ) question of the dance however I I 207,621,414, value per lb,, 2.8 cents; :1 Cubas as a_ stepchild Not a word is \_ national duty we should build up

be suggested o the Clewiston In which he and his associates are 1928, 6,478,948,855 pounds, total value uttered In behalf of American sugar within our own borders and adequate (j

cry from the manner In of the American Legion. pushing their program to completion.Mr 157,077:129: ,. value per lb., 2.4 cents | growers and their heroic endeavor to'''I sugar-growing Industry American

mode the trip some years Concerning the plan Mr. Parkinson Bowker paid a high tribute to :i Cane sugar (raw) imports into the I| compete with the low wages of tropical farmers can produce sugar if given

"Your sugar cane here the Southern Sugar organization saying United States from all sources: 1923, ,subgarP roducing countries At I! protection against the low scale of

derful and Miami Is pleased "It Is a though worthy of consIder- : I 7,709,336,677 pounds, total value $380- least that editorial did not attempt I wages In tropical countries.

that mill additions are being' and I think the merchants of, "If one were to draw up the es-I: 089,773, value per lb 1.9 cents; 1924 j j: to show that the smaller amount of i No one can blame the Cuban pro-

that Mr Dahlborg Is going community will be interested In sentials for the perfect organization, I 8,271,607,070: pounds,' total value 363-j'':, money spent for American products' I ducer of ra wsugar for looking after

forward with his wonderful it It Is my intention mere- 'the Southern Sugar company would'': 513,2-26, value per lb., 4.4; 1925, 8,919-!) by Cubans was the result of a tariff I his own Interests, but when Americans -

prise *' I to bring the matter before the body come nearer to fitting it than any i 532 785, total value, 246,007,769, value on sugar, for it stated: I attempt becloud. the Issue with

Mayor Reeder was also let the merchants decide on, the I other organization I have seen in my I per: lb., 2.7192G; 9i20,077,638 pounds I I "Every possible device Is used to I sentimentalism and half truths and
of There is Ideal total value 232,530,207 value lb. give the cane and sugar makers misleading
praise of the work done in \' of the plan. years experience an per growers I statements In behalf of
townsite. smoothness of operation here which ,,2.5 cents; 1927, .8,431,413,631 pounds, '1 a profit. Some time ago, In the sugar-growing outside the United

"You have a wonderful keenly reflects Mr. Dahlberg's ability I I total value 258, 157, 842, value per lb !! face of a falling market, the Cuban I States, there are very )likely purely

with almost unlimited PIONEER to select capable executives..' I II 3.1; 1928, 7,716,946,604 pounds, totali !1 j government restricted the sugar output selfish motives back of the pro pagan- '

development and DIES.IN MIAMI Mr Goddard and Mr.Bowker. left :.i value, 207,021,506, value per lp.f 2.7 I II 1 I in the hope of raising prices. This I da. Such efforts are more In the Interest -

glad to hear that :you are early this week to visit several l other j I The American Chamber- of CoirI '- !i did not succeed and prices kept ongoing .. of protecting foreign growers

a general plan of growth and (Continued, from Page 1)) cities in Florida before returning to I J merce of Cuba also sent out a state-I I j I down. The restriction wah re- I I than in ,protecting American growers ..

have a zoning law in force their offices in the north. j ment from the April letter of the National |I moved and now the mills are running who would enable the United Statesi ...

woull have been my first the fire whistle announced the City Bank, of ,New-YorlIn full time again, but the producers say j I to build up a sugar industry, increase

dation but I see that nothing of the town's friend, stopped COMMISSARIES\ which it said: that the prices they get on the current i emploment and wealth, and in, the end

overlooked '* and bared their heads for sev SUGAR CAMPS "Sugar Is the basis of emploment'' market are less than what it I increase employment and wealth, and

The importance of the minutes.Mr and livelihood in the island and noth- costs them to deliver their sugar In in the end Increase the domestic demand "

of a road south from Lake : Badger came to Miami from i i (Continued from Page 1)) ing can readily take Its place. It I!! our ports..* for the manufactured productsof

to the east coast at Fort in 1910 and seven years'| could not turn any crop for its soil'I The Manufacturers Record would sugar.
or Miami was also stressed he came to Belle Glade being: Articles to be stocked in the com I without the assurance of a market! in urge that Liberty, and all others seeking I ----J-

:Miami mayor who said that of the four original settlers in i missaries and sold to employees of the United States and it can renderno advantages for the Cuban producer -

tion will have thousands of community. In 1919 he accepted ': the sugar company at a fair price will : other service so great as the production against domestic sugar growers,I READ THE ADS IN THE CLEWIS-t

winter visitors with the position of postmaster at Tory include work clothing, boots and shoes !i of sugar. Large investments in 1 j also consider the case of the American I TON NEWS FOR BARGAINS

of the road, running south and retained this post when in1 I general ,merchandise, meats, beddingand I the sugar industry have been made on cane and sugar beet fa mers. I., .

Miami Locks or South Bay the post office was, moved to 'I dry goods and notions I the, strenth_ o'f the treaty with the -- ....
Keen interest in the Glade in 1920 when in conjcnc The possibilities In the field are I united States now of nearly thirty: .V'

car was shown by ; with his duties as postmaster he seen in the fact that during the first 1 years standing," and more of the same I ./ E

car attached to a roadster the first store in Belle Glade 'I month that the Canal Point commissary I kind. aa

Celotex for lightness and I Mr. Badger Is survived by his wife :was in the new building a busi- It is true that Cuba can produce b

and easo of operation was se sou Warren of Belle Glade and a I ness of $12,000 was done, with the sugar in large quantities and at cheap

several U turns were made son 'In the state of Washing peak day of the month showing a rates, but it is more Important to the

street in front of the business of $1,200 farmers of the United States that the

building-. I M.D.. Geiger, an experienced commissary sugar-growing interests of Louisianaand

I I j i man is in charge of the Canal Florida, and the beet sugar inter- ,.tsl3

. CLEWISTON WINS MORE HOMES\ I I Point store with A. 0_ Ward for- ests' of the West, should be largely
developed than that we should continue -
GAMES IN CLEWISTON', merly of Felda, as assistant.Mr.
,. Ward was connected with the couimissary to import so heavily as In former I >> ,
(Continued from iI j i years from Cuba. The Increase in the I
(Continued from page > Page 1)) i of the Standard Lumber company .
I I J I at Felda. consumption of American farm prod- {

who is now associated I I'I According \ the ucts by home consumers, through the I
base on balls sending silsby j I with to present plan the
Cothern stole second and Southern Sugar company In the Canal Point store will be the only development of the sugar iutrests in

two base hit scoring Silsby department in charge of banks I''I self-service commissary in the group. this country,, can be made 'so preat "...
thernIn, build a home on Royal Palm Ave- as to offset any possible decline in the

the first game Wilson I between ,Crescent drive and Cir- CANE, PLANTER. exportation of farm products to Cuba

Glade got a base on balls, drive, facing west. Plans for this IS SUCCESSFUL The activities of the American Chamber :

while Brockaway and! \ j have not yet been completed, 1 of Commerce of Cuba possibly are "7

Mitchell poled out a two it is known that H will be a two ''I Continued from page 1 justified from the viewpoint of Cuban '"
I propapandists and of the biv financial
'stucco building with Celotex in-
ing Wilson, and Lee filed out ,)
ter field leaving Mltchel on Mr. Marfield has used Celotbx I I operation. One loading of the bins intrests in New York represented by r

With Clewiston at bat, in his Louisiana. home and I II I equips the planter for the planting of heavy ownership in Cuban sugar lands

pushed a slow roller and I' that having lived In a Celotex :! two acres and tests showed that the II and sugar mills, but the Chamber pre- l j0lit ,

on first. Shoesmlth was, !i: he would have no other interior ''I machine will plant at least II 20 acres sents arguments in behalf of Cuban ". thl\1.cJ;, ""- r \
i, Dr. B. A Bourne, former patholo-I l day. The sugar tliat.do not merit any consideration : :, 3. a 1S ry..
an infield ball and Burger ( per simplicity of construction ,', -- ,00 1 srt' \ :,
.; S\\.O
I a
'" in charge of the : is such on tits part of Congress. is J.
to the catcher. government sug- that an unskilled laborerof ,: '.:- \J. tO \
The second Mining ) I cane experimental station at Canal the field can learn to operate the not surprising that some of the big ,..'. ,. ,' -,\' : -- :e I'C.Tet' j rteeP .
Is the third of the planter with but minutes financial ,intrests in New York, tremendously ''t" \?0" "p: \.e .t
Rowls sending a sizzling trio whose l a few instruction J : .,. t'\.e 0 ee t \, -
) :
In -"oJ.
I will be started in the fu-; .' intrested Cuban sugar e e Ot\
Crouch upicked off in a neat near ; ,: C''e \
1 His home will be Construction of the addiTtforaltwen properties, should be fighting in be ": 5a "-\S. d-c\'Q to tt'30:
stab, and McAllister did j on Circle drive I "t; th -1 -001".t :. C"
: '
half of Cuban intrests in which ,,:, S. :\. et\.e a v .B
thing. Reier got to first on ----e--' opposite the home. of R. Y. I ty planters Is now under way at the sugar _V.' i.et \.S \' ,,\e S" q'
they have millions invested, but there
stop error, and the next Southern Sugar company machine \S
was thrown out at first I shop under the i personal supervisionof is another side to the case. and thatis '. 'tot s v te.'i\t'\ 'i\"te t ete ;Il
the development of an American ay
The best action of the fi Mr Storey. I to*: e't\.S Let .3. j. -
REPAIR SHOP sugar industry, cane and beet, which : 1)> cJe\r'-; ",0'30tO'O
then follower when Bolton 1\ -
NEAR SUGAR MILL will enable this country largely to ; t\\.e O'Qet1'.e
I f>
got to second on a passed TARIFF BUGABOO OFFERED + : ; \.t\: t\\.e See
supply its own n eds. It is more important .' ; :
to third on Chalker's hit I (Continued from page 1)) //1 IN. CUBA SCOUTED BY I -,, ;" $ : :\-ot\ S\\\.o"\. .
to the American people from t. ba S .
s t ):
when Reier got a hit which MANUFACTURERS RECORD 1 d o\1.t et\ p\\\S. r ,
: every viewpoint that the sugargrowing : t
Chalker: to third Crouch ; ,
j view to making all. *& +
I necessary possibilities of Florida and Louisiana : & II'
(Continued from page 1) e C&
grounder to second forcing repairs in the shortest ,
; possible
and the beet'sugar interests of ''' .
at that base, with Chalker | T \* :.s'i\1l0 \\"
for the r'O'1
the West, should be developed \
I the c.r
on to third. Milton Crouch i !! The Importance of keeping the trac Cane sugar (raw) imports: Into k7. .
Cuba 1923 6 I good of the farmers themselves than ,. p11 (' \
hit scoring Chalker and his in United States from : ,- ,; ,;
smooth 'running condition is I J It is that we should undertake to safe- /' ,; .; \t: ,. f
.:r 852 685.968 pounds: total value $331-'
Crouch Milton stole 214 ,
by the local '
to third on Wilson's sacrifice i Southern Sugar officials and of 925, 7SG, value per lb., 4 S cen'ts; 1924[ ;i guarl the interests of Cuba, where the I ,1',1'r; ts I'JJ :
company '
(getting set t oscore when working in the fields top, at ,384,895,240 pounds, total value $313'. rate of wages is on a starvation basis l\\\t :
in AmericaI
thrown out at first.Clewistoa's | field service station 65,068, value per lb., 4.2 cents; 1925,t': as compared with wages II \ F-"O '
periodically A issue of Liberty under the ,
I recent
startling L in addition 7,846. 187, 414 pounds, total value I. -. .
to the fuel
supply I
I .
.. ..
'the last two Innings of the I ing, replenished, the machine ishoroughly \ I .c' .. .

same was the talk of .the oiled and greased and .
the box score ,for the second \: for any minor adustments .-.'- ,: r.-;, '. ;-, .. J : '
necessary -
\ .
as follows: \ ending/away for I Ir .
Belle Glade ab r Ib sb I w -
.. """ "
:\1 Wilson ........,.4 0 1 1 : I '
; tires can't bring .
I3rockaway .......... 4 0 0 U. S. COPT MEN 3..{ you I

\VilSO1, ..... .......... 1 O' 1 0 STUDY CONDITIONSIN I IIN ..

\\'hidden ................ 2 1 1 f 0 UPPER GLADES low..costQUALITY

Mitchell ................ 3 1 '0' ,0 WANTED AT ONCE
( I
Lee ......................... 3 1 1 0 Continued from page 1) !r t .

Rawls ._ ................. .3 0 1 .0 I .
south and }3; fact it can't bring you the -: MANAGER FOR GENERAL
F. Greer ................ 3 0 1 0 Mr. Shouts was selected to a,, ,
McAllister ............ 3 0 0 accompany him on the trip becauseof z' quality you get in this FiskPremier. I I 9
L. Greer ...... ....... 3 0 2 knowledge of the Next time you
: I Ir
--- glades. for a tire try ;
I like sending away INSURANCE
Totals :29! 3 8 government men spent,) this low priced Fisk. You'llnever
Clewiston ab r lb several weeks in the northern Ever- f mail again.FISK 1
glades buy by f4 f4r COMPANY. OUR CONTRACTS "
Cothern .............. 3 1 0 talking with farmers and get- > Y
ting first
Davis .................... 4 1 1 hand Information on condi- ATTRACTIVEWITH
Burger, ..........,.......;. 3 0 1 tions, which will form the basis of ARE

Alston .. ............... 3 0 0 I\. Dr. Lloyd's: report to WashingtonThe TOP COMMISSION. MAN I ..

Chalker : .............. 3 0 1 purpose of the survey was that .

Reier ..................:. 3 0 0 Dr. Lloyd who had never before beenin I PREFERRED BETWEEN 30 AND

Shoesmith .......... 3 0 0 the Glades might, send an unbiased 1

Bolton .. ..,.........:; 1 0 0 report to Washington on conditions 40 YEARS OLD WHO WILL WORK t
Beardsle .........:.. 2 0 0 here, so that more accurate informa-
;11i}i .
Silsby.......?........ 32 2 tion on the possibilities of the Everglades y ig WITHOUT BEING WOUND EVERY -
might be available
Total :285 Conflicting' r reports t concerning the I WEEK. WE CAN USE ONLY
have found PREMIER
their way to ;. Fisk Tin a .
folly \
.'r,MERCHANTS WILL Washington, It was brought out, some! .; tt loA uaotoally low price. SUCCESSFUL MEN. IF YOU ARE
of the statements Nf ...
1' TALK LABOR holding that work '
j? PLANS undertaken here by the government LOOKING FOR GREATER SUCCESS .
.. would be an extravagance.Dr ,

,j Continued from Everglades_ R.V.. Allison In charge of the i DROP A CARD TO P. O. BOX I
station near
< -
tit being the plan ot Mr I Belle Glade accompanied the party ,on 1404 WEST PALM BEACH, FLOR- 1
several ,
%bring the matter before trips down the North New I

'.:'body for general I I River and Canal for a distance of 15 miles) :. H. ...,.y IDA. J

:-;-pose ot the celebration in I reports considerable water on the
land .
because It Is ) '
keeping Clewiston dollars ;,, unablo to seep J WE TRAIN YOU FOR LIFE .
tonwill be to attract through the spoil bank along the canI i
:: communities I al. Those who spoke with the two '"
,neighboring govi -
"munlty for the day.: i eminent men said that they were I

', According to the greatly Impressed with the agricultural v

.' gestqd. by Mr- Parkinson, possibilities here. \ East> Sugar land Highway Clewiston, Fla.. j

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