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: September 20, 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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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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Work Is PushedRoad I -'. I "'; Gets Fall CleaningPreparing ... ." '

MEMBERS for heavy fall and win- ,
construction gangs were I i
I busy this week levelling the three I AIR PUBtICATION i;, ter water traffic across Lake Okee- I AT COUNTY SEAT
ateroifi NORTH choi Lee from Clewiston to Canal .
FAIL y mils, stretch from 'Clewiston to the : I II
Point, a dredge was z" work during ,
county Hue, while, the .
Hendry on -----
I the past few days cleaning! out. the I I
work west of Clewiston to'La Belle : Ie .
PI -For-Winter Activities (Chicago Man Recounts channel from the mouth of the Industrial Several cases Will Be
> rapid progress in grading, grubbingand Canal' Point Mill Erec
Canal for a' distance cf ??; [ Fall
I Informally Dis construction I,f drairs;: structures : Story of Trip Sponsored I Investigated By
'r. is progressing rapidly. lion< To Start Feb. By DahlbergAn proximately three and a half miles Grand Jury: Judee Refuses
cussed At Inn. v I into the lake. I
The high spoil Bank starting at
Next Year I r Since the beginning of the operations I To Excuse Those ,
\ the Moore Haven roal has been .lev- I interesting detailed story of the I
Marking the termination of the i L of the Southern Sugar company Called '
elled and the road across the prai ; !:sugar cane hunting trip over wildsf I I :
,summer season, members of the rie is being graded. Although the Actual erection of the factory of ( New Guinea sponsored by B. G. i I on'a large scale in this sectionthe _

*. Clewiston Woman's Club meeting at present contract calls for grading, ]I[Dahlberg and headed by Dr. .E :W.Brandos short haul of cane across the I Murder, forgery, liquor law violations -
, the Southern Sugar company at Can- I
lake to the Canal Point Division hasi
the Clewiston Inn discussed plans for grubbing and construction of drain 1 chief pathologist of the ,U. :I. i perjury and several other ofi -
al Point will probably start in Ferru- i,proved practicable and the
'i company
age structures, it Is hoped that the 3.:; Department of agriculture was i fenses will be, Investigated by the ,
winter activities and recounted sum- \
contract for the surfacing will follow ary, 1930, ,as matters now stand ac- 1 ivritten 'by W M. Miller of the Chicago I now maintains several barges and Fall Grand jury which convened this

mer experiences. immediately With' this work cording to a statement made today. |! office' of the Celoter company fort ,steam tugs for this work The barges I week In La Belle, while a full docketof

The meeting attended by twenty finished there will be but a ten'' mile I by P. G. Bishop, operating vice president ::: recent isSue of Air Travel News. I rInd, tugs are now in -the yacht civil and criminal cases will occupy' -
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/Clewiston women. was successful In I stretch of unpaved highway across of the Southern Sugar company I The account of the trip is interestng basin in Clewiston. \\ the attention of the petit jury in the .

every detail and was accepted as indicative the. state from Fort Myers to Palm I in Clewiston at this time in view' fall term of circuit court
I The new factory at Canal Point "
of the interest in Woman's Beach. J ()f' ;the sugar cane hunt moving piq- JUDGES CHARGE Among the cases to come before .
'when completed d will surpass ,in effi- |.lire which was shown to capacity the grand jury will be the kidnapping
club affairs' to be shown in the community i .
'clency any, factory built today, Mr. (nowds at the'Glatex theatre here last I of R. Y. Patterson, official of the
this fall and winter. SUGAR DEVELOP. I TO JURY DRAWS
Mishop stated. !Saturday night. Southern Sugar company who a few
'>8 Although plans for the coming win- Mr" Bishop returned to Clewistonlate i iI Mr.: Miller's account of the trip is months ago was intercepted by thugs '

ter were discussed no definte action' MENT SUBJECT OF I :is follows: HEARTY PRAISE as"he put his par in the garage back
Saturday after having been 'ab- '
I was taken in view of_ the fact that I I When Bror G Dahlberg. one of the rf: his house for the night '

may of the club members are still TALK AT MEET sent' in Chicago and New York for J first American- business men flying I II I Covering, the official with a gun the '"

v on vacations in the north'and, it was, I four weeks on business matters pertaining -!\ J I In his own plane as a means of facilitating Circuit Judge New In highwaymen, tow men and a woman '
agreed that discussion of 'definite I forced him to lie down on the backseat
to the erection of the new I IJ his traveling over! the country
plans for the winter activities will be J betweeii This District Out while they, brazenly back the he far flung points of his
200 Business and Proc sugar mill at Canal Point which will \
postponed until the majority. of the I various interests, tackles a proposition lines Jury Duty. of the garage and drove through
Men Hear a capacity of 5,000qns of sugarcane | I
members have returned., s fessional I.I he doesn't miss And when he \ ---- I town to Miami Locks where Mr. Patterson -

An interesting paper on "Snobbery" Industry: DescribedWEST per day. I tackles he hits hard -and clean, ,\with Stressing the fact that they were wa'3 released. I 'I

l f ',was read by Mrs N. C. Storey, which Details_ of the purchase ,of machinery -. :all 'his force behind a flying' 'start. I picked to represent the state in investigating I The bandits were later apprehended t

.. was followed by" round table discussion PALM BEACH Sept. 17.- and equipment for the new mill''i His only word to his chauffeur or cases coming before them In Tampa and are now. in the Fort

f on whether we want to raiseS i Approximately 200 of :the leading business were taken up by Mr. Bishop and W.. pilot, whether it is the automobile or and warning against letting their Myers jail awaiting trial" I

'. I< our children as snobs. :! and professional men of West G. Ames, consulting engineer for the airplane, is "Let's get there'* He power make their "existence a tyran- I Clewistonites, selected to serve on i

The local women's club has been Palm Beach, meeting at a joint gathering Southern Sugar company, while kNew doesn't believe in wasting time and tHaI thing of oppression rather than I the Grand Jury are Dan Allen Bob

t :praised by officials of the state organ- of civic clubs here Tuesday at York and Chicago in conferences J| 'whatever the work on hand, he is a public benefit,'' Judge Paul F. AI-I Turner, Charley Christian and Frank

t .i i ation for its interest in community the Elk's club, heard Capt. F. Deane with representives of the mill machinery eager to get it accomplishedIt britton, circuit judge from Sarasota I O. Richman.

affairs and the local club has coop Duff, vice President and general mana ;; companies.LOCAL ;; was with this spirit that Mr. Monday addressed the grand jury In I, Other Clewistonites who were summoned -

P.erated 'with the Clewiston company (Please turn, to page 2)VISITING ), \ Dahlberg, who, as president of The a charge which was favorably com- '[ to jury duty were.J. B Allen,

L In pushing the beautification, program Celotex Company and associated com mented upon by' those who heard: it, i iV.| T. ,Bailey, M" W. Bigg Carl Ber-

''in town. '. panics which represent a combined Judge Albritton is taking the placeof uer, Tom Smith; Jesse Tippey, A. B. -

s: Among the women present at the I JUDGE MERCHANTS capitalization of more than fifty million Circuit, Judge Whitehurst who has ,Cherry, J. R. Alston rand W C. Owenwere '

: ,meeting were Mesdames J. G All- dollars furnished circuit benchin ; also called, but Becker has II
a plane for an been transferred to the
hands, Hall E. C. Merchant, .", Carl HIGH IN PRAISE moved to Chicago _and Jackson is vacationing
TALK PLANS FOR expedition last year,i to fly and explore Miami for the fall term. I
Berner, Johnson, Jesse Tippey, N C. 'S the wilds of New Guinea in search of Judge Albritton's charge to the in Indiana.
Storey, A. W. Smith, F. H Moreland, Circuit Judge Paul F. Albritton ,
species. follows
sugar cane grand jury was as :
': Gertrude OF .SUGAR INCREASEDJRADE I Please turn to Page 6)
L. A. Morgali, Jr., Moore, Some 'of the old time sugar men "The law provides that your number ( i

\ Frank Wright, R. Y. Patterson, Bes- laughed at the idea of bringing back shall consist of not less than' 15

r tor Turner, John Chenct, Dick C, Albritton f.rune from"''this_impenetrable. j jungle,I_and( not mqre than IS, the assentOtj .LOCAL mAN BOOSTS ; -
Miller, 'Villiam'Cecil Owen Yancy Jud ire .Says :
1. ,' I ; II Discussion At land.( Others said it could not be,clone j j at least 12 shall be necessary to the
\* Meeting
*" Folioyt'AIr.ing 1
and Robert M Montgomery. Reflects State
But Dahlberg dreamed of a silver finding of an indictment '
the meeting snapshot the I Brings Out Several CELOTEX ICE BOX
a' ,
( ,i;; Possibilities. winded plane, flying high over the "Gentlement, the 'grand jury had its

1; *?members present :was taken. : by l\' rs.' I'... .' \ I Interesting Points. mountain ranges, landing on some in- ,origin, at a time when there raged a ..

.t Montgomery.' Clewiston is a shining example of land river or lake and then. returningwith fierce, conflict between the rights' of AFTER EIGIQ TEST

"" what Florida offers to the enterprising I the precious. cane. the citizens and'' the poweof: the
I man according to Paul F. Albritton The acute housing shortage in this And with Dahlberg to dream is to government. I

.; LIQUOR MADE R IINi ; circuit judge from Sarasota! who i i"isitedClewiston iI path community of the is Clewiston the first Better obstacle Business in the act. It* is characteristic of 'this man i I I It was established to secure for the I' ..1.l. {" B*eY' Kr"nA.CCuT I Ir"

.1 \ Monday\ after sitting that he Is a dreamer and still a man subject a right of appeal to his peer
I i i League in their \ I t:' 1-\T- 'Xl e Ls:
to increase I
at campaign of .ction-Yital, alive forceful-the under the imnunresponsibility of secrecy and ir
I on the bench in the fall term ] i
!i ,, TIN STILLS I IS ''La Belle. I the volume of local business and keep master of his dreams II before the governmentcould Check On Ice. r'l

..1, Judge Albritton who is a native Clewiston money at home, accordingto Dahlberg spoke of:the expeditionas bring him to trial. It was aright -- .

j SHOWN TO CROW I Floridan was keenly: interested in the Cecil V. Parkinson who addressedthe "Giant hunting with a seaplane." I I wrung from the government to J. K. Baker I \ owner-manager of the
.. -. '! operations of the Southern Sugar company members of the 'Clewiston Better The giants in this case were to be secure the citizen against oppression. Baker Filling station is the latest

; 't*: 01; 'I, in the northern Everglades and' Business League at their regular tough; sturdy, disease-resistant varieties ': The constitution of the United States Clewistonite to be added to the already -

'r'' Sheriff Says Such Liquor while in La BelIe.r. on the bench hei monthly meeting Tuesday evening at of sugar cane., And in their importance :1' and the constitution of all the states long list of boosters ,for Celo-

I I i took the opportunity to make: the trip the Watanabe Hotel- to the American sugar cane show that it was adopted as a .means" tex '
/Is Rank Poison '
l I here Monday afternoon, spending the A cooperative advertising campaign I I industry, these new species were of protection to.the citizens as wellas Having recently taken on the local
To Drinkers-, aid to public justice for Nu Icy, cold drink:, Baker
t -, night at the Clewiston Inns to be sponsored by the Clewiston Bet- giants. a necessary agency a
' I "What Mr. Dahlberg and his associates ter Business League to emphasizeand Newspapers throughout the country "You are an investigating tribunal was interested in the type of ice box

:. :t Poisonous type of,moon-shine 'being are doing in the northern Ev- ''keep before the people the ad- have referred to Dahlberg as the uFI '- provided by law and It Is your duty installed and 'on close investigation he

': erglades clearly reflects the possibilities vantages of spending their money in ing Sugar King* But it was as to present every offense against the noticed that the interior! was /1inedl
sold in the east end of Ilendry County '
'f I of Florida to those. who are en1 this, community was' suggested by president .of The Celotex. Company laws .of this state which may at, this with Celotex' for insulation purposes.
1 was demonstrated in La Belle this
!1 terprising and persevering,'* said I I which manufactures a rigid building time be known or be 'made ,known to Inspection of other ice boxes in his *
' week when Sheriff Dan -lilt ughHn Dick C. Miller in a short( talk which
l' exhibited three stills bagged recently, : Judge, Albritton. received enthusiastic approval and board of high Insulating quality from you. No person' can be tried for a filling station on the Sugarland highway -

I "Certainly, the trip from Moore Haven was followed by a general discussionof bagasse, the fibres of cane after the 1 felony' in this county except upon aI revealed that they were lined
Tj crowds attending the fall ses1 -
1 I to Clewiston between two great extraction of sugar, that' he became I true bill returned by the Grand Jury. with cork for insulation.,
"sion of the circuit court, the sheriff ways and means
: seas of waving sugar cane is most Interested in sugar for itself. .I IA felony is a crime punishable by imprisonment I Then came the test. For two weeks
i j exhibited the ,confiscated liquor stills. I 1
I impressive, while the constructionwork The problem of competition between -I The Celotex Company was largely In the state prison or the Mr Baker maintained a rigid check
\> Of five stills taken two of them I
.1' were tin, two were ,gasoline drums going forward at the Clewistonmill established local business and I dependent upon the cane field of payment of. a fine as an alternative. I on the' boxes and found that the Celo-
: \ shows that these men are tackl- out of town merchants who do not'Louisiana for 'its supply of bagasse. I "Whenever you shall require it tex lined box used but 23 pounds of;
only of
and one
M( ing a big problem in a big way assist in the reliable 'and substantialgrowth And while, with rapidly increasing '"shall be the duty of the state's at- I ice per clay while the corkinsulatedboxes
"Liquor made in these tin receptacles -
J or'' in the gasoline drums' said "I am equally certain that the of the community was out- production The Celotex Company: was I torney to attend ,fyou for the purpose used exactly 50 pounds.

aiding of the Clewiston sugar mill lined'by Miss Marion Leydig, mana- using more and more bagasse, the I of examining 'witnesses the giving ot,I "I checked the two types of boxes
"the serlff "is rank poison, .while that I
this year will bo heard throughoutthe ger of the Clewiston Steam Laundry. 'Louisiana ; legal advice on any matters before caiefully' said Baker and I'm
cane falling off I
; ;;j'ade in the copper still was little crop was
!/ ,. better.*' country. for it means a new day Plans for a community dollar day each year. The cane was found to be you and to issue subpoenas and other I thoroughly sold on the uses of Celo-
:.f' Seeral l gallons? of shine and home not only in Florida but in the entire were discussed, but no definite action weak and sickly throug years of in- process for the attendanc of, .witnesses tex for ,insulation purpo'ses. Whereone

-I t brewer also confiscated by the continental United States that Florida was taken.At breedingIn I box uses 50 pounds a day and,

sherIff lately. I is definitely in the sugar producing the ,request of Cecil V. Parkinson the-meantime, while working to I "The law Is that you shall present the Celotex box only 25 pounds, there .

I ', i i column." short talks were made'' by new mem- Improve his cane, lie had formed the I 1 (Please turn to page 5)) I Is little room for argument.:
.',' f' _
; bers and guests present. B. F. 'Fears, Southern Sugar Company to raise i

., manager of the F & II. Grocery, E. sugar cane in the Everglades of Flor
W. Stapletbn, manager of the Universal ida. With his associates he had taken
rover 1

: 'I IS URGED IN BULLETIN OF RAILROAD .' M.Markets P. Boggs, J.,/':Jr.Tl., jeweler Risley, ,shoemaker Dr. Ez1 --!I some\ in of Louisiana the largest and sugar organized plantations MADE AS GRINDING SEASON DRAWS NEAR I

1 ell, dentist and Mrs Tom Smithy rep- The South Coast Company. *

j II'resenting the Clewiston News, ex-, I Dahlberg believed that the introduction I

; The necessity of care in selecting fact that the driver of the bus was pressed their desire to cooperate with of new blood, so to speak; With slishM', rmie: than three Because. of the bulky nature of orao

t- drivers, for school busses was forcibly ]i QP eighteen year old )boy who had merchants and business men of Clew-I would rejuvenate' the entire crop. He {i[months toso b"fore Glen Istai sees of the equipment{ it must be Installed!

J expressed, in a recent bulletin issued I not taken ordinary precautions to iston in their campaign for better'j sought the advice of scientists from the opening or Mi3 I ieat single unit !I before M'} stftl, h I'cter1. .

: 1 f by the Atlantic Coast Line. The bulletin make sure no train was coming before business in this, community.On the Department of Agriculture on how I I sugar cane factory in tho continental' In the boiler house department rapId .
k': reads in part: crossing the railroad track. In a motion made by James Beards ,Ito improve_ his cane and where to Unit -d States, check up of work in :: progress is marked by the workon '

With the opening of school this some cases the driver is one of the ley: local real estate dealer. the sec-J I get new,varieties He found that Dr. construction of' the 2,500 ton aday the brick work for the 'new boilers

; month thousands of children will older school children in others the retary was instructed to address a E. W. Brandes, sugar cane specialistof addition h'ere' finds the work well This:: has; been pushed steadily for the

H t start their daily trips to and from theI helper at the 'garage of the 'person to letter to the chairman of the State the Department was plann'n ; .in up to schedule past few: months and will be finished

I consolidated schools by motor bus. In whom the contract is let. Highway' Department asking for de-, expedition to New Guinea north of Practically all l of the larger units within the next few weeks.

order that these children may meet A tremendous responsibility rests finite information regarding the completion I Australia, where sc'eritls's believed a I of machinery have been received and I I The nine roll mill has been in-

I with no mishap and above all that upon these drivers They are eni of the 2. 1-2, mile stretch of I virile, sturdy cane such as was needed the work for the next few mouths will creased to an 18 roll unit and with

I., ., 'they shall not be subjected to danger trusted with the safety of as many as road from the Industrial Canal to the could bo: food This region was-1 I consist of installation of minor appa- driving 'gear' now covering the entire I

"' @t, ) railroad crossings, it should be the 20 or 30 children. The trip to and :Palm Beach County Line. i I,thought to !have been the original I'ratus and adjustment of all of the machinery west section of the main floor of the

} first duty of parents and of those in'' from the school must be made'In all Members and guests present were: i home of sugar caneI I throughout the factory. sugar house, and on the uppor. floors '

.authority to see that the drivers of kinds of weather. When it Is raining Cecil V. Parkinson Victor Blate, E.'I Penetrating into the interior of this Steel work for the new addition to I II I new equipment is being steadily

1 school busses are reliable ment of there is a temptation to put up. storm 'L. Stewart, M. P. Boggs, J. R. RJsley. country, where head hunters and cannibals j I i t the boiling. house is' being erected as placed to provide for; the increased

,::4,.' I t't I ; mature years,' long experience and 'curtains which prevent the driver B F. Fears E. W. Stapleton, C. M.Larrlck .are-'not uncommon, looked al- ; quickly as possible but the fact that capacity? ofthe mill.

I good judgement. from 'having a clear view on either Marion Leydig, Dr. ICorllng, most ,like an impossible undertaking. new bulky equipment is being installed In the fields final preparations are i iI

: Investigation of an accident which I side The desire to be on time for I Dr. Ezell, James L. Bearsley, Dick C.' For the ordinary exploring party It I as the steel is erected makes being made for the launching of, the

-t;:?:. .occurred: last winter brought out the (Please turn to page 6)) Miller and Mrs: Tom Smith._._ I (Please turn to pago Ii) II the progress in steel erection slower. I I Please turn to page 6 '
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The Clewiston News 'SUGAR DEVELOPMENT v;h n (r.l,) OOOO ton: were p"idoced. STRAWBERRY- PLANTS

1 Successor to The CJewiMonPLATFORM progress I .. SUBJECT.. TALK Thereafter, the indnstry decreased d 666 I M1SIONARY
l' .r dntil 1923, when I it was nearly bankrupt I
r ;: I I Is.a Prescription for per 1,000Cash

; .: .", Cntcryl.. :,a scc;"i/d'CfC/- ;rlliter February 8, 1928 rQt at the post ",tike I (Continued_'from .page 1)i At .in lha"t Louisiana time it was said. COLDS, GRIPPE, FLU, DENGUE, I With Orders
.. Dahlbeig
i, was practicajly .- BILIOUS FEVER
CJ wttu: J. {&4... UIII.' i tll': AI'i ufJarch; 3, I and MALARIA.It Louis &'
t ger of the Clewiston Company, dally-i; < forced into the sugarcane: \\s the most Skrolpick
1 : idUS-1 speedy remedy known,.1'
era "icselling Florida" address on try to Protect his celotex Moore Haven, Fla. e

LOUIS. A.. A/ORGAN ......::.....!..............................,.......1......... Publisher the I .
i operations of the Southern Sugar i j'was declared The capitalist I made I

: Company on the southern rim of Lake i experiments and-
.rOJ'! SMITH P.::...............'::................. ... ......,'..............:... '........ Ed't : finally discovered Make The'POINSETTIA
,. : : : Okeechobee. / I' < types of cane whit= would
I .Subscription Hates I Terming his 'talk a "reselling" address I:j'withstand certain diseases and at -

.. Cape: Duff explained, he wished f j-l' present owns 39.0QO acres of Louisiana l. I HOTEL

i i I to counteract the, propaganda of unbelievers -I land producing 5,000 tons daily,
By Florida
ill.trl of FJoriji mail in
by o utside .
i in Florida; by disseminating Captain Duff revealed.
'SiX. I: months year $2it'1.50{ 51:1 One:. months year \" U.uo 1.0"brtc .1 information oil the activities and I Forseeing a need of more bagasse, I Your Home While In West Palm Beach

months 1.26. Three months .76 plans of the sugar company, Dahlberg looked to other fields suit. "It Pleases Us To .
i by Bror I Please. You"EARLE
Dahlberg .
G. healCd'l able for cane growing, and after almost \ \

'. 'NEW'S' .',. tn1f t and developer \ deciding upon Porto. Rico, decided ', CRESSWELL, Manager,

Declaring that. the state had restarted the Everglades: of Florida would] ,1 .
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1. Definite control of Lake Okeechobee with water transportation. the upgrade Duff COR. CLEMATIS & DIXIIE HIGHWAY
on Captain ]be an ideal location Suitable for the

I' 2.:' Early' completion of the highways. for local transportation, ,and called, attention' to activities. in the cultivation of cane. .

concentration of products. Everglades: ) despite tremendous: handicaps
1. A -iibnianMal doxtinvard rnvlston! of freight, rates on vpcetablpp: and and the hurricanes- of 1924, 1926 At present the capitalist owns 160-1

'ofb-r. imnlijct-; L- lhla, rpgiou 10 th- miiein unrKei: '. and 1928. The interests develaplns:: :; the I QOO acres of land on the southern ,I TteL

'. 4. The hill l fuii'ttonlng f a cooperative marketing .abs:>o<:iarJon lor 'Glades have refused to quit, in fact, I'' rim of Lake Okeechobee, ItV .s said LADY
and owns a small])
sugar; cane factoryat
bob buying: and selling purposes. they are Just starting; he said.
Canal PoInt. capable of manufactur ATTENDANTTEL
To '',tell of the Everglades, Captain I enhLaitI
ing 600 ton- ')f sugar daily, in ad- I
(, FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 20, 1929. Duff said he must go back to the
dition to another one at Clewiston, '
-- time when Dahlberg, wprking in a 413 Hibiscus Street
the largest in the United States, witha M21
J newspaper, dreamed- of tile time

COLLECTIVE: THINKING' when a subsltute. for wood poly] must capacity 4,000 tons daily. West Palm Beachi
'. It was predicted 250,000 tons of
I. I. ., be found.. s
.' cane would be this
grown year, out \
After a long search, Dahlberg'de-
known term In labor circles.i Mergers in of which to"' of
Collective 'bargaining is a well 17,000 s sugar. valued
,I .- cided on bagasse, the waste of sugarcane ----i-
collective at one and a half million dollars and I I
great' financial institutions and industries are, forms of bargaining. after the sugar has been extracted -5-- 5' ;: IjtAnnbuncing"the
one an done-fourth million gallons: of 5'S '-
cooperation Division of labor indicates which, is pressed into a material '' '
i Commerce is largely a matter of molasses would be Produced. An additional .
+ of
called celotex: a substitute for : i; :: opening ,
a scientific plan 'of accomplishment.) All are collective and cooperative 25,000 acres will be placed ,
wood. Formerly 50,000 feet of celo- -.;.::. ', -.
under cultivation "
r, .. using the mass either of apital or man power to produce goods and ,service tex was manufacteured daily, but now said* ne'tetr, it was.' I ', ..::. >f : : .', DENTAL OFFICES 't;
; for the wor1 's Benefit and consumption. Laws ,regulate-, restrain and command 1,500,000feet' are being manufactured However the Southern Sutfar I company ..- '. '.A '
daily with maximum production' I ,
Ithe. :

., these organizations.: Laws also are provided for their encouragement' : :'I not? yet ,in sight. The 'present. production 1 I! the 'Glades has but region begun, Captain its operations Duff' said in i I ,:+',... '.1 In The Hopkins Block OfDR' '::: .;

.The state itself ,lends assistance .in the form of protection, even if not sub-' : is more than double than' of 1928 i ij ; {
: in telling '
of plans '
for the fuluie He '
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it was said, ',and is > \
V j'I'i being increased told that an additional $6,000,00 '
sidy. I
'. v j I I In' factories near New Orleass.i' ] !I be spent in the coming :year to *l he I './. .. .:',;\ JOHN! .} ANDERSON. V, .
\ There is a of collective effort to which too l little 1 attention i has been The I I' .
( form sugar case industry was l -'
staged "
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: I $5,000,000 already invested. the Den 1jt
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paid. It Is the' collective thinking, our own and in every: : ohter. community, in the United States in 1751, when I end of seven the .." '" .,
'/ I I ;years compan willhave :
S.No law "thinking\: relief/'' No federal board ['cane was brought_ from Jamaica and a total of $34,000,000 'invented Ciewifatou iorida.; i
No ]laws regulate l gives us ; i i S t' '
I planted New I
f near Orleans, Captain in mills: ,
alone and will ,
m: mfac. 1d
I urges cooperate marketing of u'r though'prod c t .We'must work out, Duff said. The maximum of production I
f I ,. : r turing 34,000 tons of su,"ar dally! witia : \ .
our destiny as best we can. ( | in Louisiana, the center of the value annually of $40,000,000, ;'t was: I ,

sugar industry was reached in 1910 -- _. ......_ __.._
The collective thinking of citizens is not necessarily standardized, nor do.we I said. 1i I --.,-- -- -- --!...
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/. all wish to think 'alike. Collective bargaining in community life comes. _' \,. "
F '. ): ;. ; .'
i. only] after the' majority have determined upon a course;' of, actib ........ \ : :"I; .: I %,
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... This civic domination is (wholesome and necessary We ,could'not go for-' ,, 1 '
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ward I without it. We see it in .chambers of 'commence," service. clubs' trade I I'I'|I t ." j i YOURAPPEARANCE. COUNTS

associations and women's. organizations ,for civic welfare. These are channels j I. k '- t S af KA MWBUKBV HKBMH B MBBBB BB B H ij H
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fi9riTiT == ) t 'I
thru which individual .thought. can find expression, and see accomplished D t .. .
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r : :*., things that would be but vain\ dreams, to the individual.s Generally --S !; II I j\ .. We are proud of the fact that ve have

speaking, no citizen. is barred from this .avenue. of work: 'and though Under .%. >
l'- iL I II ", :, '
.'I certain conditions, ALL may Join in the work of community betterment. It I > : I
\ I I .helped. to make Clewiston' a thriving city.
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.. we could not think collectively we could not act coopeiatively.: ( \ '
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f. bring more generalthat results than: private: aims, to fruition; that leaders ,may / \ .
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become so absorbed. in their ideals that they will 'ignore the wishes of the, 1, ',. 1r .
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many who either thru timidity or physical impossibility ,can not) attend : l ;: ,
I PROPERLY y constructed and cold back its I. i' .
meetings and take their places on the roll of community boosters. 1\ pure on t .' : ; "" .:.'\ ;.:'. -IT PAYS- ....". ?,/.- t,

refrigerator, that permission of health is the r : ;.. :.,: 'q'., ". \, '
The fall and winter beason; : nov coming on offers greater opportunity for: : :,, : .'
mils cold air to circulate open door to healthier : I_.: "': To patronize our shop.
mass participation i in things of general 'community interest Let us do all ,
downward from the ice Let Ice ,
we can to bring into our man ex- ,
more people the spirit of community life.' In a 'true r
sense, by our '.residence in Clewiston we are" made neighbors, and by our compartment then up and plain the science of 'refrigeration. -
back into the ice ,
citizenship in",Ciewistoii we are made, brothers. : '. S vowA Start
; r.THINK >> 1 Op \,

: )0 > i: : : "L, _"_, -" _; ,::" / : ; ; ,': chamber where the # t ltrslctht c y today and buy your ,,1 ,

:,. ;. : heat and food odors ice from the wagon r. : ,, : '

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.. ..1 :' ,,' :. ...". are deposited upon or truck with the \ Clewiston .,.I. '. . .' ,* .f i ,
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the film of the ice Orange Oval Emretaining I .! "J ., ; I .
The majoiityv of automobile drivers look ahead but N- l .
do not' think
many i I \ the aIr blem. .. ,# ,: ,;, ,I" #,1NNNN M+Nd ItNl'NN .IA"NNr1I IM'
ahead as lhey'Jook. Safely demands J' ." ,' \ .
both According 'to statistics .
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;> by one large railroad company b se.d. upon 'reports. to 'the National \ J :i ia S \ 1

Safety. Council and the Interstate Commerce Commission,' in 1928, 58'per :I.r r 1I1

; ent:: of all fatal, and 4ff >! 0 / :\ 1li
.y' per cent of ,all ot-faial automobile. accldenst were 1 i
caused by motor vehicles striking pedestrians, ; 16 percent of fatal, and" '41 II i
CLE\yiSTON LAUNDRY i in new : '
o'f nou'.fatal / 1
per cent
; str'iking
.were caused by other vehicles
; 4'per cent of
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fatal, and. C per cent:,of' non-fatal, fixed objects 3 horne El Pace it after
I' ; per cent" of fatal, and 2 1 en ; venue
percent of non-fatal! collisions with electric cars9; per centof, fatal, dud 1 11
June 15th. Modernly equipped in
1 per cent .of nonfatal co1Usion.s'with. ,railroad' trains and' the'femainder1 i iJ I
; miscellaneous "
causes., i'. -\J -S tr II both Laundry and Dry Cleaning. 'J"'

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We, would say that the majority. of accidents are caused in the first instance In
J Departments. 'i I ,
by carelessness due-to the failure to look and think ahead. It is true 1 I II II I I ? 1
that cars are built so that they may be operated more safely that I II I -
; brakes ,
I ,1'I 1;, Quality and Service the' ." //1!,
are good 'J
nearly, perfect, that steeting. wheels. turn with. the touch of the little I,1:' as as
1 I/:
> finger, aud that. more' care Is being shown l by authorities in granting ope "Ii IiIi,11''I ,r I b est. :

.rators'I licenses. But it is also true that the automobile goes faster nowadays Ii I ; II:
f a
,, and that ;ped sir ns-can't. .go .any' faster in 1929: than could, their ancestors ,! : *, Watch this space. / L. i

.. three thousand years 'ago'. Indeed, the average modern. can not run :

as fast\as the average citizen of ancient Greeece. This is not due to, any \ ,1 1:1
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superiority of that 1 -
race over ours, but because 1 -
we con'i have
to run as
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When any considerable portion or ks .... .
the population demand :
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take ,notice;' and.'you*'can already look forward. tto 'the issue in 1932 1 1 1 I '

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and yellow color. quires every person, firm or cOrPoration GLATEX THEATRE PROGRAM i ks
Celotex Used In .
Body: Deep both front and rear. operating a hotel, boarding house s ay

Attic Of Homes blab sided. ,apartment house, rooming house, res- FRIDAY,"Sept.opathe's: big hit rs,

Is Money Saver Back Broad. Width carried well taurant, lunch or sandwich stand or he
toward"tailPelvic counter, .or any building or structure, "SHOW FOLKS" with Eddie Quillan, \ \

.- -the "Home bones: Two or more fingers where roofs or meals are, furnished l Lina Basquette! Robt Armstrong! and
la connection with
to transient: or permanent I big 'past-smashing drama ot backstage
Movement" which is apart, thin, pliable for pay or
>Modernizing Pelvic to breats- bone:, Three or guests, to fll> the ccrrec; ardr;'rs anddescJDticn'vf : life,-the hoofer, the feed r, the
the country m-
taking hold throughout buolsass trouper, baby. oll t .:n > otv. Hal A HOTEL -
more fingers with no bagginess thcr! pkica 0: : : ; t IS SELDOM HOME
baiag: mada mop.:: attractive aLIKE -
old homes are '
and at the Shanks: Bleached and rather flat. and apply! foan Inspection Jicerse{ Roach 2-rpcl Star comedy, the best .... ... QS
in pppearjrre '",
same time much-more livable. New Skin: Thin, loose, velvety. / J from the Hotel Commission on or be- made. A guaranteed show. ;k

Vent: Large moist, faded. fore October 1, or the first day 'they
heating Systems are big installedand SATURDAY, Sept. 21-Ted WellsIn :. ITS DIFFERENT AT THE .
the' Feathers: Old, worn, late molt. 'open for business. \ into
hone greatly .
of "
the comfort "Riding''Demon, n fast" moving ,:. I .
The law requires a fifty percent: I i t
In reaseti thtough insulation. against: Poor Layer cowboy Western, sure to please. Also;; 1 WATANABE .. .
a extreme t temperatures. I I Comb: Pale, small l. scurfy, shriv penalty to be added_ to the license fee .
comedyf .
A recent survey by the National I I oled. unless, paid- within fifteen. lays from, ".. ,' '; ...... -"::, 111

Lumber Manufacturers' Association ; Eyes: Sunken, dull. turning In toward the ,date it 'is due.' WEDNESDAY-THURSDAY, Sept Here. you 'will 1 find the. most pleasing ,1

,. found that the average house without I the nostrils The ''law does not require.,liar Bos- 22.23-"TIDE OF EMPIRE" pag- :

insulation loses 25 to 35 per cent heat Eye ring' and beak,: chow" twin to mail out the application blanks eant of glorious adventure, in old atmosphere coupled with meals' i :
through attic roof and ceiling Other Face: Heavily fleshed, yellow, and notices promiscuously, over' the. Californian in the clays of the Spanish r .

tests by Prof. J. C. Peebles at the coarse '. State, but he does so as a matter of Doris: exquisite romance and daring just as you enjoyed in your home. 'e

Armour Institute of Technology, Chicago Body: Shallow, round c6urtesy and fairness to all citizensof action. Also, Star 2-reel comedy. A ,

M have concurred In these find- Back: Narrow, sloping, tapering. whom he has a record, In order to truly great program.. A few rooms are now available (for ; / ;

Pelvic bones Less than, two fingers overlookIng
lugs : save them the possibility of -
FRIDAY, 27-Geo Sidney 'a lll Jean I
From personal experience everyone apart. the matter, and thus save them s guest who. intend to make Clewiston, ,I.
Hershelt (now making Hell Harbor .
knows, that in the summer uninsulated Pelvic to breast, bOl than I the embarrassment of. not havingto I
attics absorb even more heat than I I three fingers often baggy oh hard I II pay the penalty., picture in Tampa) In "Give and Take their home.r,. .\. "
screamingly funny farce comedyyou'll ,
a ..
! '. they lose in thew inter. They become fat. i In fairness to "newcomers. and those I ... .'.,". .
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like.COMING i
veritable bake ovens. I I Vent: Puckered: dry, who have recently entered into the I 1 '

I I By application, of Insulation toI I I Shank: Yellow and ( yello'I'I business, of renting rooms and. furnishing I I '. SOON Colleen l :Moore in I I i ENJOY YOURSELF AT THE :'\ \-, '. .

the attic, heat losses can be elimi Skin, : Thick haul, meals. Mr. B'ostafn is having: "Smiling! 'Irish Eyes" and Rishard i .V .. ,

nated during the winter months and Feathers. : Either molting or, new an item published in practically} every :' Barthelmess in "Weary River." ,I I ,' .

an attractive room added which will feathers newspaper in the State, calling attention I -- ..

I be correspondingly cool during'' the to the fact that the inspection

: Ot weather. Celotex, a semi-rigid license/ is due on the first of' October. I I: THE "FAIR" AWNING.SHOPPE -. -The Watanabe Hotel '

i board form of insulation made from If you feel that paper napkins are I You will .find this 'advertisement in I .

bagasse, the tough fibre of the sugar not, quite s saticfactory enough for the "Rooms .for Rent" column, and J

cane after the extraction of the Juice, some occasions, you will probably like .Mr.1Bostain suggests that you immediately Quality Remembered Long After .

J! is recommended and,used in more too' have a supply. of 12-jnch) .'ones ,made, make application for this in- Price Is Forgotten MRS. CLAUDE DOWNS, Manager I II I

than a 'quarter-million; American from Japanese' cotton crepe' Insteadof spection license that will,be:.due .October No.x 10 1-akeview Arcade. Lakevfew" j

'homes hemming these, fringe the edges I 1, and save yourself ,the fifty Avenue .. }

a back about half an inch. This crepe percent :penalty that is Imposed bylaw 'I Phone 2.0229 \ .

RURAL. COMMON SENSE Is inexpensive and the variety of colors -I I West Palm Beach, FloridaY ,.

Johnson are all fast to ,washing. I II i' ___ _,,_,'..,,_ _ _ = =
Spuds -- -- -
1 xBy co'", ,,' , "

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! Mrs. Johnscon and I, were over at I. 1 : J f

demonstration a nearby \ -. --- -- _..__ .

_, +' farm recently and learned: something ,
: about how to tell a. good laying hen ,, '
The'extension -- ._
from a poor one. poultry : .
: : specialist' was there and told us ;- / 1
.: how to pick- out the poor layers Honorable Bel H. Bostain, Hotel "IN AMERICAS: -NEW SUGAR-ROWL" ---1'

I those that are not apt to' bring thei.r'in Commissioner, upon being inter- PURE BREED GUERNSEY CATTLE .. ,
more money than the' cost of- viewed -Tallahassee in regardto .

f feed-so that they can be removed, the activities of his office, said that : '
from the flock; permitting more profit! I .. : : :
\ I they were mailing out application ,- TU.BERCULARTESTED : '
to be made from the ones that are ii :-
blanks to all citizens of whom they .... ; .', '.. ,1,,'" )
I kept. .1 have a record, who are operating hotels I i : > .r_' : -f .- "
The specialst:i gave each of us a. boarding houses apartment i ', ; < .-", On Lake Okeechobee, ,:!,
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chart to'help us ;in. 'doing' the work j, houses, rooming houses.. restaurants, ,. ... :. X ::'

1'0 the when chart he is said not about with us how_ Here to pick is what out II i in lunch this or State.sandwich stands. 'or'''counters' ,I f .:" -' CLEVSTONtAIRYi1NY\ & : ': :. ..::;> :' :. ;\:,: : ,..\ : I

the layers from' the non-layers- \ Mr- Boslain says that. the law re- Clewlstonc. .... '" '.L. '::'f... ,.:./.,\.,.,.:." ,'. .".'..-... '": '.' -; ...'.' Florida. I
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Good Layer I I' :. = = = : : --:: -- ';-{ ::: .Jo' .<,." y' .
r Comb: Red, large, waxy, full/ / = = : : : > :,;Y'{ StYT: ;::: ,>.t,:> ::\ < ,

Eyes: Outstanding :. bright, well: .. '
*jr v OPEN A L L Vis part, roundish. i' G\\\ ? < : :_ .

f Face: Clean cut, free from, wrinkles' t 1r"L ," '. ... .

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OR COUNTERS, HOTELS: BOARDING r ________ ___' a _' _,. : ."_

- HOUSES, ROOMING, HOUSES. We have' the I : .:: ';" >
Greatest Senectionu :

.o.) persons 1 furnishing- meals, lu'nch-I. oft OoK 0 d Used Cars' q 4 4 at the < \ /i 1 ::: -. ? > i;,;

: es,. o'r operating,.. a hotel,.. boardinghouse ) I j : ;
Plriices ibm O 9emsecf JHHis
,' rooming house or apartment ..' .. i@ry I '." .F ;/ : ,f. FORC AHEAD : ."?:. ,.?.. .
house are ,required to file a, descrip-I ':' ",' :- <.: ,' ..-: '
secution and address of their busi- .: \ ,
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ness and secure a State Inspection .
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License' from State Hotel Commissioner

Tallahassee. I _I,''.'',.,'. A 2500. TON A DAY MILL ADDITION ;
Those "who shall fall, refuse or \ \
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neglect to pay said license on or before I ..):: :.:'';. BEING BUILT; NEW HOMES OF PERMANENT '-

: : October ''1' of each year or the I ,. : (. ,. ",
,.first, for business, .. \ RESIDENTS UNDER CONSTRUCTION '
day they open I .fir caa Trmtperlotlof_ : ,q.f.7' ;
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'shall be guilty of a
and the. law requires misdemeanor"I I > ': ;<: : ; WIDE WELL PAVED ROADS

.., penalty to be added to the license fee ;i I i LOK at I hi/: ;fi" r

. unless paid within fifteen days ,after, '. ;, LEADING IN FROM THE COAST AND
it is due. Make application- for license These Bargains! {:{ ;. :: ', ,
i BEN H. BOSTAIN, I .. .. If you expect to buy a used car this Fall j ',,: ;I" ,.. .

Hotel Commissioner, : 'come in NOW! We have the widest selection '':;: < OF LAND BEING PREPARED FOR SUGAR -

\ Tallahassee, Fla. ** '. of fine. used cars in'our history. Many of them :\ .: ,. /

'J' LEGAL NOTICE '' CHEVROLET 1927 MODEL.COACH. can scarcely be told I from new. They are good ':: .'" CANE. :- ,' -- ." .. .-'.,,/

I:: $Statement of the Ownership, Management j for thousands of miles of satisfactory service : :
iI Circulation.: Etc., Required :: I .
., Previously owned by .
By the Act of Congress of -and the prices will absolutely amaze you. .\ '. : .:
,. August 1912. i i
iJ -24. : t. first class mechanic. This is an opportunity! to get exactly the car .<: ,' : '
Of The Clewiston News published ,
want-at the
weekly at decision, Florida for April I Fully'equipped you price you want to :pay. I IT-1,: : I .
State of Florida Many extras incluring Attached to the radiator cap of each of our ../ :- .'
County of Hendry
Before me, a notary public in and trunk reconditioned cars is the famous Chevrolet ... ; LY FORWARD TO THE TOP OF THE LIST
for the State ,
and aforesaid
county red "0. K. that Counts" tag. This tag shows 'f, ,..
personally: appeared Louis A. Morgan Price ,,$325.00Terms .
who, having been duly sworn according you exactly I what vital I units of the car have t :>' OF. FLORIDA9S.l10.ST. SUBSTANTIAL
to' law, deposes and says that he .
is the publisher of the Clewiston News if desired.CHEVROLET. been reconditioned,.or marked "O.'K."by our :: ... _. -.
rod thr>f, the followiig: is, to the lest : I COMMUNITIES. ,
of his Kno\vled: and belief, a true expert mechanics. It is your absolute assur \ .. ... .\ .
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statement of the ownership. management I :, ., ance of quality and value. Look' for this tag- ., ; '.' .''
'. et':. of the aforesaid: publication and that ; 1
KNOW your purchase is protected '.
the date shown in
for the above cm- COACH ,
1 tion, required by the Act of August t, ..
! 2.1, 1912 embodied in section 411. 1928 MODEL I ",, ', 1 r '.. "
i ': Postal Laws and Regulations, printed ". '
, :i y on the reverse of this form, to wit:' I Fully( equipped ertra i : : : For Details Write to' ,I.. ,

1. That"the names and addresses of echan"c"l" \ .
the publisher, editor managing editor I : good ; condition. \ ,
and business managers are: CLEWISTON MOTOR. CO. \
.a Publisher, Louis A. Morgan. Clewis \, '
Editor. Smith, Clewiston : .
Tom Fla. A good buy at $400.00. .'-;, ..' ..
Managing,: Editor, None. ... :: .
Business A., .1boV-
Manager, "puia Morgan,
Clewiston Terms if desired. Florida
Fla. Clewiston
< 2. That the owner Is Louis A. 1 1r ,
!/Iorgan, 'Ona E. Morgan. *
3 That the known bondholders, .
mortagees, and other security holders
'owning or holding 1 per cent or more "IN THE .CENTER OF AMERICA'S NEW ,
: of total amount of bonds, mortagesor :
I \.... other securities are Ona E. Morgan r S SUGAR BOWL" .
I J Clewiston Co Inc.Louis 0 : : .
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I r:: A Morgan '. ...
.. Sworn to and : : ., ). I
subscribed before..i H-- '. ..
; i'm 'this 7 da .September 1929 .. ': -" : '
rt. (Seal) V? Elbert L. Stewart -

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; TAKE designed to reinforce against plastercracks /: ,'

.! ;(,': of the pre-Celotex era!, .times, as effective-as wood, 8 times and eliminate lath marks. :,:, # _

: .'-:" plaster-board, 12 times brick and 25
,'"I--,'-'J., -, It is a sight that warms the heart of As interior finish, Celotex adds
t times concrete. .. f, ..,
'<:; X: every home-owner, and prospective :. .
'I"i':,.. new beauty to homes through its : '"

},; _;':r::i:r'o:',_ I 'home-owner in the country! When used on the outside of houses, natural tan color and pleasing fibre ',: .

j; :I,'. >-::.- J:I Securely imprisoned behind the as sheathingCelotex adds structural te fure. Celotex is used in old homes : (

0":" R;.. t,,," bars of the past, these pests can no strength makes walls tighter and as well as new; for insulating roofs; .
\ t*J. : longer infest your home with sickness more permanent. for lining basements, attics and :

";'":-.:,'';>-;f'.'" and discomfort.For And on inside walls and ceilings garages; for making comfortable -
j- .
J :'*;." ,' can obtain finer smoother extra rooms from waste spaces. :..;:'
you plas-
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:"',:t.! tered, surfaces with Celotex Lath. AS insulation Celotex is not ,
t heat-leaking houses And since the an .
'>:' ': This new lath.18 inches by 48 inches
> expensive extra item because it
.appearance. : of Celotex, thinking replaces .
,;,/;,);.-. people will not tolerate heat-leaking and 7-16 of. an inch thick'or' "doublethick" other materials, and in later, ',>'"' ,' ,

-lP .: if preferred) is J
saves hundreds of
';:':' I' construction. years you dollars } _/
t\ ",,, in fuel bills. -5 t ,
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:_:f>i,. :.. -- \ Iri contrast with the I dramatic -- L fLHTHil: 1 IL ?=? ; ,

i:.s..:; \' change it has brought 0 to Americanhome --= Ask your architect, builder or :'J i

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JUDGE'S CHARGE DRAWS I of proceedings, before' 'you, and you ,resby, the plane had been equippedwith I: ments' of warfare and industry- More opment of Clewiston has been' made II j'I'In our kitchens and breakfast nooksare
the machine and tear bombs as than 100 during the past nine months, according -
HEARTY PRAISE t may deliver such minutes to guns ( new species of cane growing Ideal for picnic covers. They may
state's attorney if you so desire All defense Against any hostile natives 'on the mountain: slopes, In the low.lands to Mrs. Anna M. Hopkins of St !I be purchased In a variety of colors,

r'_, (Continued from Page 1) witness must be sworn either by the which might be encountered. In addition and cultivated by the natives Louis, who spent several days this everyone of wihch would add to the

foreman or the state's attorney. At each man was well armed and were gathered. These were taken backto week in Clewiston.Mrs. gaiety of the affair. "

the end of your deliberations. your prepared to defend himself In case of Australia for later shipment to Hopkins, who Is owner of the

no man for envy, hatred or malice 1 foreman shall make'' a complete list emergency. With a grim sort of humor America I'Hopkins, block, was among the first When fireplaces of brick, tile or

neither shall you leave any man un- I of all witnesses under his hand who the men tested their artillery !! With. the return of. the expedition Clewiston builders to take advantage wood grow dingy, or fail to harmonize -
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presented for love, fear, favor, affec- shall have testified before the Grand and joked about a forced landing In ,|1to, the United States, where landing of the possibilities of the Civic Center with the new scheme of decoration -

tion, reward or hope thereof, but Jury. Fifteen of your number must some isolated garden spot where the gear was awaiting them to replace the section of this community. A year ago and complete refinishing seemsan

shall present things truly as they be present at'all of your deliberations natives live largely on yams, sugarcane I I pontoons, the great adventure was al- the first unit of the Hopkins block on 'I impossible task, either from lack

: come to your knowledge .according to twelve of whom must vote 1 the affirmative I sweet potatoes and bananas, most over. There remained one more i i Bond street was completed and all of money or becluse the construction

the best of your understanding., You i before an indictment "is re- with an occasional "potbroiler." I II I Incident that might have made an unfortunate -'I, offices and apartments were rented 'Js such that remodeling would, mean

,_, have all the power which can legally Ii turend Your vote shall be secret and I Time after' time it seemed that the 1 I ending to the story; Flying before the building had been finished.f too much work, try plastic paint

"' be given to you to Investigate the I you are not to divulge the mannerin plane must falter when caught in a : over Montana on their way east from I Mrs. Hopkins has not been in Clew- Through this medium it is possible to

,1 1 I private and public affairs of man which you or your fellows voted. sudden tropical storm but under" the I I the West Coast a part of the plane's iston since January when she made a refinish' fireplace quickly to harmorfize

'j whether It be his business or moral I You will fix your own time for con- I.r skillful guidance of 'Pilot Peck the :; frame work which had withstood the trip to witness the opening of the with any decoration. Plastic paint

) .' : actions in this county but you should 1 i veiling and recessing which may be I!I ship ventured into_ the unexplored ,interior rigors of the ,most dangerous flyingIn I sugar mill. will adhere to practically any surface)

.; be careful that this power delegated independent of the hours of the court No sign of natives was seen New Guinea, started ,to buckle. Aquick II I but if the surface is rough or uneven

, to you does not, make your own which is now in session on the first few landings and ,the par forced landing averted_ any serious I I In place of linen or cotton cloths' ,.it must be made level first by meansof

existence "tyrannical thing of op- ty was entranced with the heavy ; mishap and the flying adventurers ,I the damask finished oil cloth table 'a base coat of plastic paint before

pression rather than a public benefitto loveliness o fthe tropical berue after II II were ready for the last lap home cloths which many of us are using'P the finish' paint is applied.

be lauded by, your fellow citizens.i''HUNT, FOR NEW CANE the bleakness of the mountains. from their "Hunting for Giants by 1 I --;---- '- ----- -
When matter is brought to at- I
a your TOLD IN PUBLICATION Seaplane -
Then one day, with th* 425 horses I 1 .
', tendon it is your duty to Investigate I 1 'I I MRS B. A BOURNE GRADUATE IN MUSIC AT SYRACUSE I
of the Wasp roaring defiance at the II
this If it pertains to crime and if you (Continued from Page 1)) I i UNIVERSITY; WILL ACCEPT A LIMITED NUMBER .
unreal stillness of an inland lake, the
ttiink the facts ,warrant it you should would mean months and even years (: the Ov.-ner, Hopkins ,Block OF PUPILS JNt VIOLIN PIANO AND CHORAL MUSIC
great plane swooped 'out of sky, ,
return an indictment. However, if the with little likelihood of bringing back BEGINNING SEPTEMBER \1. ARRANGEMENTS FOR
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circled and settled on jts unrippled Steady Develop
facts ,In your., opinion are not sufficient cane which would germinate. This LESSON HOURS MAY BE MADE BY CALLING AT HER
1 mirror. Natives were seen' running *
to support an indictment, do not was about the time of the first successful I 'I ment at Clewiston : HOME ON CRESCENT DRIVE OR'' BY WRITING. TUITION -
wildly and the machine gun '
make useless recommendations tend, transatlantic flights. Dahlberg $2 PER HOUR
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swung ready for action. With the motor -: '
ing to injure persons morally financially himself had covered thousands of I Remarkable progress in the dev el
now stilled the ship glided in to-
or politically In the community. miles in his Stinson-Detroiter* He told .
wards the shore !
I The legislature has made it incum"bent the scientists and his associates that : -

, on 'me to, charge .you to some he believed it could be done by air, I For a time the men set quitely, pre- : I II

,I ,*''' extent on the law relating to the vio- and offered to furnish the necessaryi pared to defend themselves againstthe I ,: ":J. ;,I::'; ,:.,-.,' J
lation of the intoxicating liquor laws. i i plane and equipment for the expedi- expected attack by the natives as I .
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This law makes it a misdemeanor to : tion to New Guinea. I they had been warned a most savage ,: .\. : I

1 manufacture possess, sell or transport I''I These regions were known to, be tribe lived- in this section. As nothing '; I II

alcoholic, liquors. Alcholic liquors dotted In the Interior 'with lakes and happened the men. prepared .to. crawl.-

is_defined as liquor containing more rivers which could be used for land- out of the cabin, ready .to use the 1 I 1

than half of alco- tear gas bombs and shoot to kill if
one rfg
one percent of seaplanes and establishing camps
." hol by \oh: mc at 60 d" :rees fahren- from which the work of exploration necessary

heit One haveing been convicted of could be done. Mr. Dahlberg immedi- I Then they saw that the natives I .

illegal possession for sale manufacturing -' ately ordered a Wasp motored Fair- were making signs of friendliness and / r ) -

., or transporting shall upon the child and had it equipped with pontoons I! prostrating themselves in homage ", ,

./ second offense be charged with a Ps then sought, a pilot willing I The startling effect of the great white / i 1 I

felony and punished as such. However and /capable/ of undertaking the dangerous exploding bird dropping down out of I
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: / you must bear in mind that ,mission. the sky and of white ''men crawling,I I .
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''I although I charge you this especially Scores of air men, :with that daring out of its belly had awed the ignorant i, ,

, ,' as I ,am required] to do by statute, it and willingness for difficult tasks savages into a state of religious worjship. ':I '
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., nevertheless does not mean that violation which seems' to be a common tie, These were not men like them-Ij
: 1 i of this law is any different were considered for the. post of pilot.. selves, naked and black and dwarfed, I ta ..

: from any other law violation. You Of these, Richard K., Peck, rt' u'S.. : but white gods who wore coveringover j

are not concerned with whether or trained, mail flyer who acted as pilotof their bodies. v >. r

/ not you consider a law good,_or bad the Stirling Expedition; to Dutch I It was a scene as one reads of in ,
I but you are invested with the solemn New Guinea under ,the Smithsonian {, fiction and considers as such But Dr. : ,. / r
I .' duty:; of investigation of' law violations Institution in 1926-27, was chosen i j Brandes and his party were "quick: to''
-" : ,I desire '('at this, time to remind ro\1': !' The expedition sponsored by the I take advantage of' the situation and

:' that there may be some instances of' Department of Agriculture, headed by accept the peace offerings that were ,

\ wife desertion and failure to support: Dr. E W. Brandes, accompanied by'I'( brought. And as these creatures of jI

wife and children or children as the Dr. Jakob Jeswiet, of the 'Dutch East another, and almost lost world overcame j .. .

case may be.It. Is the duty, of' everyman Pemburton, entomologist of the Ha- their 'fears,. they timidly approached -' ". ,',"

to support those who are dependent wanian Sugar Plant Experiment Station the shore and inspected the $ s"

on him for maintenance that theyI hopped off from Port ''Moresby\ : ship from a respectful distance, muchas ; : 1. .
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may.not ,become a public;, charge and in Papua, on June 17; 192S. -The con a puppy regarding: some strange- y."'., _... ,",' .: ." .

the recipient of charity. You will :('sent of the' British and Dutch govern- new animal or bird. ., : \
, 'IS( ) have before you several cases of ments had been readily given for the I I As time vent on the party learnedto -

.. breaking and entering, murder, rob- great adventure make friends with the savages and ,
berg and perjury. ,. Before hopping off from Port Mo\ collected many of their. crude imple-. I A1T '
"I sugest to you before you make I ,

.' your final report and come before me I IJ
to be discharged'at this term that you RIBBONS SALES REPA RS .II I II
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make a tour of inspection of the court I CARBON PAPER SERVICE ., ,... .. .
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administration and the jail and' embody 'L. C. SMITH & CORONA ': : \; Philadelphia I.
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: mendations you think would serve thecommunity's Our representative i lyill be In Cldwislon on the twelvlh of each month '_ :; :: < 'i ('
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your duty to select one of ''your members I : 7' U'

as foreman and you may select 21 Fagan Arcade West Palm Beach I t'f-;; ; ;: > \
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I C. lme1'. G. Ames, Leonard Ames CARE IN( SELECTION I\
j such a catastrophe known
I You Heard- every -
By The Way Have Mr. and Mrs. Freaiey: Mr.? 'and Mrs. i j I OF BUS DRIVERS measure should be enforced. The STEADY PROGRESSON
Derendorf, Victor Blate, Herbert
greatest care should be taken to see MILL ADDITION
Mr and Mrs. Charles A. Jackson I day evening, honoring Judge Paul C. I Blate, Henry Storey, Boncile Stone, I (Continued from Page 1)) I that the busses are in good mechanical
Albritton of Sarasota. Following: dinner Casey Jones, J.P.. Davis, D. 0. Hatch) Ii I I condition
and son, Charles, have returned from I i, and frequent inspectionsfor
until a late Miss .Nowling and Dr. John Anderson. school or to hurry home D
enjoyed afterwards
Indiana where Mrs. Jackson and dancing was this purpose should be made by (Continued from Page 1)
Charles spent the summer. Mr. JackS hour Guests were Judge Paul C. I leads to tendency to take chances the proper authorities \, .
son motored port hto return with his Albritton, Mr. and 111'V.. C. Hooker, I Mr.. and Ir'S' Harvel and that are little short of criminal /

i family. ;. Mr. and Mrs. E. L Stewart and Mr. dausther: Margie, motored to Moore Unless .the driver of the school bus GRAND JURY IN fall planting' season, and the cane

l J_- and Mrs.Tom Smith.Mr. 'I Haven, Sunday afternoon..... I is fully aware. of his responsibility FALL rt SESSION
representing the Gilchrlts and fully capable of meeting any planted' last year together v/ith that
C. Romero -
company of Chicago. arrived in and Mrs. CV.. McDonaldand 1! :'oIl', and Mrs. John Mowry and John I emergency which may arise, accidents (Continued from ,page 1) planted two years .
Clewiston Wednesday to inspect and their two children are spendin a few !: Jr., motored to West Palm Beach'. I are likely to happen which will strike made It clear that he would entertain i agreat
friends and relatives j I I :Monday evening.. the heart of with green sea from eight to twelve
superintend installation of the apparatus weeks visiting 1 eevery family children I no excuses from the veniremen unless
for in Ludowici, Ga. of school age. feet drop! around the houhtren shoreof
furnished by his company I 'I sickness prevented their being:
the sugar factory here. After spending Among recent arrivals. at the Clew-."- To guard against the possibility of present Lake Okeechobee
several days here Mr Romero E.'V.. McCully, local real ,'estate iston Inn are:' R B. Stewart, FortMyers I '

left for Louisiana where he will be dealer made 'a business trip to Belle : ; P. B B vis Lakeland; R M..j I '. -----:..
Waters, Avon:Park H. H. Jones, Lake -"
Glade Wednesday.Tom :
engaged on similiar work for the .
: land; A. J Little, Jr., West Palm I I I'
South Coast company. He plans to return I \
about' 'month Smith spent the latter part of ',Beach; R. B. Swearenger, Tampa; J. .
to Clewiston in a I
of the this week in Palm Beach and :Miami B. Nichols, Haines City! ; Mr. and MrsG. I I i I
to supervise the operation? \ r
Gilchrist on business.Mr P./Jones, Macon, Ga.;; Mr."and Mrs" !, [
equipment company. furnished by the / and Mrs John Mowry and sir; ..n.I.. Cressller, II H Little. Fort '; '. HALF A DOLLAR A WEEK \ '
John. Jr. located at Lake
i year old s/3n are Meade; Dr Longfield-Smith, I / .
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the Clewiston Inn. Mr. Mowry recently Wales.
The engineering offices of the Southern .4\
returned from a trip tc St. Louis II"
Sugar company were moved northern cities. I' Anderson who has IS ALL THAT IS
this week from the Administration! and '.other. I'I OlherVendel r NEEDED TO START YOU ON THE ,
been employed at the Clewiton Sup-

building to the Sugar mill. Mr. and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, mo- ply company for 'the past few months ROAD TO. FINANCIAL INDEPENDENCE r .: I :'.

Fred Puryear was host at a dancing tpred to "West Palm Beach. Mondayevening. left for Dade City Sunday where he / l ,t,

and card party at the Clowiston Inn will make a short stay with his pa- -,' ....'

Saturday evening. Guests were: Mr. rents before going on to Gaiuesvill INTEREST BEARING ACCOUNTS MAY BE :, .. .. r
and Mrs. Elbert Stewart, Mr. and Mrs Barney P. Moran spent last week where he will attend the Univerity of
Louis A. end in West: Palm Beach. STARTED \i'/ITH'THIS -
W C. Hooker. Mr. and Mrs. Florida. AMOUNT+J .-: o
Morgan Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Claude ::
Downs. Mr. and 'Mrs. Ed Drinkwater, Fred Anderson of PeorIa, 1l1., is a 'Mrs. W. C. Hanson accompanied by \ \ ::-J.-..;; :I \rl rlt

Mr. and Mrs. John Movrry and son, business visitor in Clewiston. Mr. An- her son Willie, have returned from .' 'v'
located the ClewistonInn the ,:. ;; ', ,',' L" '. ". . .. < .
John, Jr., Mr and Mrs. Tom Smith derson is Louisiana where they have spent ": : )' : I ; ; : :> 'L.' ;;..., '. .
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Boncile Stone"and Casey Jones. j past few weeks.WANTED.. f I ",' ',>'. .1 ..:' iS'i: ,

1 Mrs.C.. M. Allen returned this week Paul Alston is attending Oglethorpe I Solicitor old I ', : .I.'-,<; .1 ,< .- : : :'.'::'''"/'' .. ) CLEV/ISTON HOME BUILDING. ASSOCIATION. 1 _
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by her son, George I \ writing accident, health I '- "''':'-.,.'',. '; I'. .;.J : -t, ';:-',::::. ". : : \ -
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who will attend: school there. I .: :, '.i ."': !.A' h,), I Gentlemen I am l Interested In
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Nowling spent last week end in I i Among those from Clewiston who 4i+ 1 Information. .
j i motored to West Palm Beach last Commis ion I-
Fort Myers1. S
[ Sunday were 1'11and: Mrs. James L. only. Write giving full

Mrs Sally Webb of Palm Beach. ,//Beardsley, Mr. and Mrs. E.L.. Stewart details. 336 I' l'
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spent Tuesday in Clewiston. I' Mr,, and 11rs.L.. A. l'1organ.Jr., ., '
I Frank Richmond, Mr., and Mrs.Dick. W. Flagler St., Miami- umcauouz
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and Mrs.P.. ."' A. Poche are spending '" \ \
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I' y< J United: States. His dominion lies in sought and found a new region in this X. _: )

FLEET OF USED, CARS THAT WILL SAVE YOU : -x the southern part: of Florida and country ideally suited to the purpose X '

.. .X covers 160,000 acres, or approximately -in fact, a region described by many X ) '

MONEY. !! X ) 250 square miles. The King's experts as one of the choicest on X r,::, ,
I < name is Sugar. .earth for this purpose. .)( .':i,1 ,
/ / !I '< He did not inherit his kingdom, I' TodaytheSugarlanddistricttecms X -',:.:

THESE CARS HAVE ALL BEEN PUT IN FIRST ; s./; nor did he conquer it by force with activity.- great system of X :. I _

: X There's a power behind the throne- levees and drainage canals is in op'C I .,,. '
CLASS MECHANICAL CONDITION. :X the vision and of of I
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\ I )( men who saw the tremendous I Possiing day and night in the cultivation X "?'

I X bility for industrial development in and planting of more and more acre- X \

OUR USED CAR LOT WILL BE LOCATED ON THE.SUGARLAND X what was formerly a desolate tract of age. Roads and towns and railroads X' ,

/ I X almost uninhabitable swamp land have been built. All this to serve the X '

HIGHWAY JUST NORTH OF THE I X These men had not only the vision interests of American sugar. X ;..:'

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CLEWISTON NEWS. X which to effect the huge transfor- berg Sugar Cane Industries IS told X .

\ X nlatiori in a few short years. in an illustrated booklet, sent upon X ''

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