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: May 16, 1930
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
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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6 The Center Sugar of America's Bowl New ; 'The C 1 eWlS.- ton' N ew S' '. '. i,. .-.-Where Agriculture; Industry Meet An: '1 :


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,: : : SUGAR MAGAZINE Carload Shipped Of As Rum"Honey"Is THREE STRAIGHT TOURNAMENT FOR Malone Will School SpeakAt TonightState uLEAN-UP WEEK/ .


consigned rom La Belle, county candidate for reelection to the state

.i {r IN EVERGLADESFacts seat of Hendry county "to a pointIn BY .. HERE senate will address Clewistonltes STARTMONDAYown :

New Jersey," proved to be 8,432 tonight at the meeting of the Pa I
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quarts of Bacardi rum when federal rent-Teacher Association meeting

About Sugar In prohibition men seized the ship- Team Steadily Improv.Legion Sponsors Handicap !- (in ri the school building. Senator Ma- Entire Is UrgedTo

ment at Baldwin neap Jacksonville.The ing Under Butler.Management. On New lone used his Influence in behalfof
Special Number Tells :' Tourney Cooperate In Move
rum at bootleg prices is Clewlston to get action from the

Of New Sugar Bowl In valued at $50,592. Its value in, the ., ,t Nine Hole Course. state road department on the con- For Clean-up And T oDes

; Northern Glades. north would have been greater. r struction of the Clewlston-La Belle troy Mosquito
Clewiston's Boy 'Scout basebal Clewlston golfers will In
.ate, road and it Is believed that there
team has recovered from their early a handicap golf tournament, spon- will be a large attendance, at the Breeding Pplaces.'CI6Wiston's' .
The story of the development of ....
stumbling and under the management sored by Clewiston post of the meeting tonight.SCHOOL .
season .
the Industry In Florida was pictured first
i official loan-up
LOCAL VETERANS American Legion and to bo
In a feature number of "Facts of Ed Butler has walked
.' 1 as soon as'surticiimt number of week will be launched here next
About Sugar," which Is regarded as off with the last three and '
of PLAN MEMORIAL games cards have been turned In by those TERM TO Monday when: the entire communitywill
the outstanding sugar publication I -
is now seeking admission to the qualifying! for tournament play. in
cooperate the move.
the United States. It describes Florida -
;I Royal Palm Council Scout league. : Plans for the community-wide golf
I. \ as the New Empire of Sugar". EXERCISES HERE \ tournament BE TERMINATEDHERE Clean-up week, May 19 through 24
The local their for men were discussed
The issue of the magazine tells the boys started wind has, been officailly endorsed by the
ning streak when drove to Palhokee at the regular meeting of the Legion
fascinating story of what is going on 23 local post ,of the American Legionand
trounced this week and announcement .of ,the ON MAY
two weeks and
in the Everglades drainage districtIn Week and GolfDiscussed ago ,
Clean-up the In plans met with instant approval by members of other organizations
scouts community
from that
which, It says that to date the
control canals U and arterial canals Tournament a seven to six affair. ,! Clewistonites. l in Clewiston have expressed their approval
in E .Although details, of the prizes to Final Examinations To
Butler's interest of
Encouraged by the
from Lake Okeechobee to the sea ag-, By Legionnaires.. campaign
greate 440 miles. Millions of dollarsare the team ,the Scouts have been prac lout be awarded. have not yet been worked Be Held In School Occupants:! of both. residences! and
it !is announced that there will
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\ are to be expended in the interestsof Plans for observance of Memorial. tising several afternoons- during < "t be r attractive list. Next Week.Clewiston's business houses are urged to coope-
I and accord- in Clewiston discussed week, with the result that when the .
navigation drainage,. Day were x
Those rate, particularly with a view to eli-
local scouls :: wishing, to qualify or competition
team 'met Haven
Ing to the pubIlcaUon.uThe cane harvest Tuesday night at the .regular meeting Moore school term for all
; in the tournament are asked minate junk heaps or trash piles on
is in Southern Florida," of the Clewiston Post of the on the local school grounds here last '
on says
grades In both the grammar and junior -
> to drop' their 'score cards, attested by
the .
Facts About Sugar, which opens Its American Legion In the Watanabe Sunday they rompe .dover the Moore g high school will end next Fri- I
fellow players In the bogat the first
remarkable story of development of Hotel. Although definite plans were Havenites with a score of 14 to .4'-.. tee on the new course. day, May 23, after a full term it of. .the Clewiston. Companywill ..

sugar's "New Empire" with the following not worked out It was agreed that Tuesday aternoon the Clewlston'r Legionnaires. in charge of the was officially announced yesterday. : be, available ,to ,haul off the

graphic introduction: the Legion will sponsor the Memorial Scouts motored to Moore Haven, and "
I ,tournament ask that those planningto Final, examinations in all grades trash and early Indications are that
"Smoke rises skyward from the Day exercises which will prob- again beat their Scout comrades in '
; be started next two
enter the tournament file several Wednesday:. the clean up campaign will be a bIg
stack of the big Clewiston mill, sign ably be held In Civic Center park. a 6 to 5 game. 'I:cards In qualifying; rounds so that : days before school is dismissed for; success.In .

,i': I and symbol of the activity below. Memorial Day exercises have been In the game here Sunday the Clew- there_ will be .a' greater egreo_ ac- the term and a list of graduationsand

4< Along the shore of Lake Okeecho- held here 'in previous years and it iston scouts were 37 times at bat, :curacy in the committee's 'figuring promotions will be announced addition to cleaning, up unsightly -

bee lines of loaded cars and trainsof is believed that the program this resulting In 15 hits and 14 runs the handicaps to which the 'contest shortly thereafter. premises' an equally important

carts drawn by smooth running while the Moore Havenites in the ;* feature o'r'the campaign :will be the o-,
year will include a short talk appro- ants ;.a're' entitled., Working close in cooperation with
I tractors roll toward the 'plant, bearIng game were at bat '29 time resultingin elimination of mosquito breeding
I \ priate for the occasion. |; 'Those' planning! to enter the tournament the members of the Clewiston-Parent
t. grist for its great eighteenroll 5 hits and 4 runs. places, by removing all tin caps or
I : Among ,other important matters may start qualifynig imme Teacher association, school officials'
grinding tandem. In Tuesday's game'' at Moore Ha- '. other receptacles In which the mosquitoes -
discussed at the Legion meeting diately by writing their name on have made steady progress duringthe
"On dlferent Clewistonites went to bat 32 would breed.
1 units of this 170,000 ven '
I rt Tuesday night were plans for launch- :the score card. having it attested. past year in school work, the lo- I
J acre sugar estate there are 25,000 tinies getting eight. hits and six luna -
ing the community wide handicap 1md cal school the state
j ; 'dropping it In the box. While now being on
.,, acres of cane in various stages of with, Moore Haven batting 31 times, .
golf tournament. several, qualifying rousds are recommended accredited list.
'ri j growth. Fleets of tractors, hauling getting four hits and five runs. __ TOMATO
Discussing, the clean-up campaign the Legionnaires have ruled The faculty, culled from a long SffiPMENTI
t discs and furrowing plows and other Baseball suits for the local scouts,
which is to be launched next Monday that at. least 18 holes must be played. )list cultural equipment, are moving In arranged through popular subscription -
. the veterans unaimously agreedto for' the qualifying round.i.H" the faculty of schools in many of the FROM LOCAL AREA14CARLOADS
military formation across other sec- are expected here this week.'
cooperate in the plan and do ev- : larger cltits in the state.
tions, preparing them for planting at :
erything within their power to make_ I From a financial standpoint the IS I
the rate of a hundred acres a day.:
the campaign Clewlston school is in good condition
a success.
I Each unit Is drained, enclosed'by.. GOLF PRO WILL / I
The session-which was in tile form. NATIONAL P.ARK'"" '. 1 and a,recent -statement._ by the,:.county ,
dikes, and guarded, by pumping X V l>* S-K* aK.' <*>& .3*<* *WV :
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; bfa> : dinner meetingwas"o of Ke school authorities showed the condition
plants that, insure perfect control of Market Strong Prices
best attended since the organizationof CONDUCT COLUMN of, county school finances to

j the. water supply... Millions of capital the local post. A representativegroup IN EVERGLADES, be sound.A Good On Tomatoes
backed b ytechnlcal skill and modern .
I II I I' equipment, have thus transformed were present and new members NOW FOR LOCAL FANS complete list of. graduates and Grown In Glades.
pupils promoted will be published
I the included Mr. Curtin and Mr. I ...
!i 'dreary wastes of the Evergladesinto

fruitful bearing, the seat of a Hatch. :I soon as it is released. ..:,Fourteen. cars of, tomatoes, ,grown
f Captain F. Deane Duff, commander I Frank Flanders To Give in (' Clewlston section rolled
the oYerAtlantic
great industry,
. [. a new empire of sug presided. Ruth Bryan Owen Seeks ...., -. .
ar. Golfers Points In Coast Line tracks this weekto
Glades 'Prisoner "
I Florida, a newcomer into the 2,000, Square Mile northern markets, It was learned

I sugar situation is carrying on Its operations Park In State. "Stroke Savers"With Helps Officers yesterdy ain survey. of the vege-

.J!, ., with mode rn machinery l'ew'Restaurant! Is In Jurisdiction table shipments form this section.

-' backed scientific methods, which Open For BusinessOn W WASHINGTON, May 14.-Creation four out of, every ,five In ," Of the fourteen, cars shipped, seven, .
,: Facts About affected and infected by Pack,
Sugar is from Clewlston
says a truly were shipped .
of the proposed Tropic; Everglades A prisoner helped out arresting officers -
\ "imerial Central Avenue the serious germ of the bolt bug, from the
. enterprise conceived and National park in southern Florida, from two South Florida coun- ing houses- and seven new
I carried forward scale before The Clewlston News has arranged house at Miami Locks
on a never Maxey packing
r n embracing an area of approximatelytwo ties this week, when A. Stokes and
attempted in connection with Clewiston's fourth restaurant and with Frank Flanders. golf instructorto The Clew'iston Packing company and
thousand miles In Monroe tw arrested In
r; .( square negroes were connection
U' the development of a new" undertaking third lunchroom was opened for busi- conduct a weekly coumn "StrokeSavers" the Harvel Packing company are the
Dade was
., Collier and counties with the discovering of four
: of this nature In a new territo- ness Wednesday when Jack Rone for the large percentage of two local houses.Indications .
I asked of congress in a bill laid before cypress and copper stills in the Everglades
I ,: ry. The realization of its objectives formerly of Miami moved into Ills golf enthusiasts among News read are that the tomato
the house by Congressman Ruth west of Clewiston.
, '1 will make Florida, a substantial- : contributor new building on Central avenue In ers. Mr. Flanders through his in- packing season will continue for approximately :
I I Bryan Owen of Miami. Having received a tip on the ope-
1\ .j' to the sugar supply of the the, Civic Center section. struction here has substantially cut two more weeks, if the
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She offered .the measure _after being ration of the stills, Sheriff J. J. Wiggins -
American people and an important Mr. Rone who has had years of ,the score of many local players. In summer rains do, not start before
Informed that officials of the of Glades county and Deputy
factor In a great world-wide indus'i experieuc ein the, restaurant business his column, he tells how it's done. that date. Prices are good.
national park service, under the department Sheriff Elmer Padgett of Palm Beach
i tr}'." came here from Miami. several BY FRANK'FLANDERS Some small shipments of black eye
\ of interior, had decided to county, trekked to the locatios in

i: weeks ago and after studying conditions rende a unanimous report recommendIng Golf: is the most scientific. game. in the Glades near Clewitson and found peas are now being sent to northern

LIQUOR HAUL MADE arranged with Mrs E. .,A. : the establishment of the the world, and the fret that there stills with more than 50,000gallons markets, and it Is estimated that

One of the biggest liquor hauls Schult for the construction of a build are so many ways to do wrong andso there are at least 200 acres .In peasin
; mash.
proposed park as a result of the per of
: was made this week when 440 gallons ing.. few to do right Is the main rea- this section of the Everglades. The
sonal tour of inspection made some Since there were no operators pres-
I ot charred 'shine and four cases One half of the building is usedas months ago. son of its popularity. 'While it is a' ent, the officers waited all' night and bulk of the shipments will start

i of whiskey were seized in the loft a restaurant which is about June 1.GLADES.
open game that can be mastered by any
: The_ report, It is understood, will the following day arrestedA. Stokes
I \ of J. T. Anglin's residence. for business and the other halt of one willing to devote a small partof
I I; be forwarded to congress at an early and two negroes wren they arrivedon
Officers making the raid were Ed the building will be used as. a bar- his time and thought it does require the
Ii Butler, Justice of the Peace J. A. I ber shop. date.Under ,co ordination of mind and mus what I WEATHER
the terms of the new bill ; Now came the question of

'ftl:1.McGhee: and Special Deputy Earl Although his restaurant has been the Everglades park would be estab- cle. It is my aim ,to try ,and show county the arrest was made in, the r

?/ Merchant. open for only the past few days, Mr. lished without the government being you how to get this co-ordination or officers finally turning to Stokes. Date Max Min Evap.,

The haul was transported to La Rone said that he is enjoying a good I control. l\Iap' 6 81 59.5 .300
put to the necessity of purchasingany "What County is this, he was
I I Belle where It was lodged with the volume of business and that the out I May 7 31.5 60 .241
I of the land embraced in the extensive Anyone. expecting to master "Old asked.:

\ circuit clerk. look Is excellent... area.. It is ,contemplated that Man Par" In a short while Is, doomedto "Glades county" he answered, and May 8 S3.5 64.5 .215

,all of the property will be donated sorrow as he is a tough old bird. Sheriff Wiggins took him and the May 9 S1.5 60 .241

j ill MAINTENANCE WORK IS STARTED ON :I to the government or the_ purpose. The first requirement a person two negroes to Moore Haven while May 11 10 82 83.5 61 60 ..245.27,11Iay

Another provision sets forth that the needs, after the Golf Bug has bitten the Palm Beach county officer returned May

J t1' SUGARLAND HIGHWAY THROUGH TOWN I actual boundaries of them park shall him or her, and this old golf bug empty handed. 12 82.5 61.5 .215

l: not be fixed by the secretary of the does not discriminate between sexes -

f\\IIW" ____ interior until all titles to the desired is a set of clubs and a handful MRS. J. E. BEARDSLEY IS NAMED
; have been in the
, acreage vested of balls. But far more important is
I Work was started this week on road department will make I
l government. the correct mental attitude I will
k I maintenance work on the Sugarland WOMANS CLUB
between LOCAL
Clewiston and OF
I Senator Duncan PRESIDENT
j U. Fletcher also deal with the selection of clubs lat
*i highway from the Palm Beach county Moore Haven and will
boon to
. has, introduced a bill on the subject. er.
\i line through Clewiston to Main's motorists, traveling from coast to -

: corner beyond Moore Haven. The state. officials, and
Mrs. James B. Beardsley was elected _resented the county
work is being done at the expense coast their election and
through this section the told facts about
I president o the Clewiston Wom I Ian's I
? of the state road Medical Equipment Lo"caI.Library
i department. Paving of the stretch of Sugarland duties. Through the medium of the

Although the road department or highway rom the Palm Beach coun Added By Doctor Open In Summer club at the regular meeting held I I playlet!, the members present were instructed

the past several months have kept ty line to a point ten miles west of in the auditorium of the Clewiston In registering and voting.

the road from Hendry county line ,Clowlston is provided for In the budget Installation of, necessary apparatus Clewjston's library which has been school. Mrs. Beardsley succeeds Mrs.C. I Those in the playlet were Vesta

through' Moore Haven in good con- I of the state road departmentbut for electric therapy treatments, moved from the ,Administration build A. Jackson. Other officers to Allen registrar;. RIchart' Bestor, tax

dition, the announcement that the no definite action has been takenon was announced yesterday by Dr. J. ing to the Clewlstou school buildingwill serve during: the coming year are, collector; Marcia Avant. prospective!

9 maintenance work has been textend the awarding of contracts for the C. Nowling.The probaby bo open throughout the Mrs. F. L Tatom vice-president and voter; Mae Lilly Stone. Richard Bes

{ 9 ed to include the ClewIs ton road, as work.In apparatus Is similar to those summer for the benefit of Clewiston Mrs B. A. Bourno. secretary. tor and Jane Marfleld, supervisors of

far as ,the Palm Beach county line, the meanwhile the Sugcrland used in larger hospitals for treat- ites It was learned yesterday. A feature of the meeting was a the election; Margie Harvel, clerk;

has met with enthusiastic approval highway will be scraped about every ment of cancer. high blood pressure Several books which were: b'or program arranged "by. the' Americanization Men-el Lowe, deputy sheriff; Jewel

\ In this community. two weeks, state road workers said and chronic diseases.Dr. rowed from the Administration build committee. consisting of a Lowe and Marcia Avant, qualified

,; I a, Although the road from the Palm yesterday, and since this highway is J. C. Holliday of Boston spenta Ing have been returned although playlet "Know your own country." voters and Vesta Allen, voter from

: ,: Beach county line through Clewiston one of the main traffic arteries few days in Clewlston assistingDr. there are still some books outstandin Miss Betty Spicer, as chairman of out of town.

J t.t.Moore Haven. i is hard surface, the through Clewiston, maintenance of William G. Ames presided at
work members Mrs. ,
C Nowling in the installation of g-, Holders of ,,,these books are the program, Introduced
\ maintenance
r \ work started by the will be appreciated by Clewistonitcs.:! the machine. asked to return them to the school. the high school civics class who rep the business meeting.


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TWO r"i1IJAY: MAY 1G, 1930
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amount of merchandise leaving that ./11/1111111,11,111111/111411,11,11111,111/1/11/4/11/1//11/r '1,4111111/411 !I Crowded with curious and fascinating ,

THE CLEWISTON NEWS I I city I by water during March. Naval laTHER I EDITORS 1 i things. The only state An the JI I

Published every Friday at stores led tho list of materials en 'I'I.'I.1."I.'I.II..I'.IIII.'I.'II.I.III.,1'/ " ,;: i Union favored by nature with an in .. ,

Clewiston," Florida. ported. SOME CANNOT GO exhaustible and dependable steam AN INCREASING
Advices from Ft. Myers, FIsrIds i: The country Is much interested in heating plant. Bigger than all New I'

LOUIS A. MORGAN .... Publisher announce the discovery of a. gravel the great pilgrimage of about six England with Massachusetts left out. PLE ARE FINDING IT AN ECONOMY' BOTH I

TOM SMITH .................... Editor; deposit of approximately 6,000,000 thousand gold star mothers to thgraves Income about a half billion dollarsa IN ,
cubic yards with an estimated valueof soldiers year. For the historian and the AND ENERGY, TO ENJOY THE I
Entered at the Postoffice at Clew of American In .
at Bonita Springs, antiquarian, rIch in shrines and lore. EXCELLENT !
$12,000,000 CUISINE AT '
iston, Florida, as second class matter. France, who fought and died in the THE CLEWISTONINN. ,
-.- --.-- Florida. The gravel deposit is saidto great war. The gold star indicates Gilded i idleness and the extreme of I.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES be the, only one of its kind il1 fashion exists almost side by side II
that the mother lost a boy in the I .

One Year ................1..1.1............... $2.50 Florida. with the plodding industry of soil.stained : .

Six Months .................................. 1.50 I The ,St. Augustine Recor announces war.The government of the United farmers. A million ; : I

Three Months ..............,..?.1.?....1... .75 that C. P. Wilhelm of Punta Gor- States with a fine understanding of ers pour in by railroad, sun.seek-I' _<_ ", {>. ::- THE CLEWISTON INN j I-

da Florida, has patented a process motor car. airplane and even bicycle.
this to the mothers
what .
country owes
ADVERTISING RATESFort.ff'e whereby roots of the palmetto plancan whose boys were engaged ia ,Champions of all kinds of sport hie .:"In The Center of America's Nev Sugar Bon"
cents inch. No discount -
per be manufactured into various to this land 'for training, fun and
position the war, devised a great tour foi ..CLEWISTON FLORIDA
for plates. special articles. The palmetto fiber is' ground I those mothers who would otherwise. profit. Two hundred and fifty million

guaranteed. All advertising copy and miedith a cement of a se- : dollars in real money dumped into
have the opportunity of sec
must be in this office on Wednesday cret formula and a substance is never Florida this season by this amazing .
ing the graves of their sons. It provides -
before issue of paper. evolved that is light, as- wood, strongas : all expenses for the trip and horde of snow dodgers. The natural _

cement and durable as concrete. winter playground of all the eastern
thoroughly efficient military officers
How appropriate that a Chicago b of th So to --
I According to figures given out > part ecountry. easy :
will see, to the comfort and convenience
racketeer should select "Palm"Islandfor L. M. Rhodes, State Marketing\ Commissioner reacs. Has about everything a 'strite
to make
: of all those privileged
his winter home. the annual Florida vege- needs properly ,developed and uti-
unique journey.-
k table crop is a $30,000,000 industry. lized. Raises 200 kinds of crops and =5 = : : = : : :
And the people of this country re- .
she can raise some of them :four '-: .
BLUES IN FLORIDA? joice that these good women will
times a year. Fruit, vegetables, fish,
Who is singing the blues in FlorIda .. .... .. .. .. have an opportunity to make the
II 1 N1 1/1 11 1 11 1/4/Ir r 11 t 11 e/ 1/ /.h.h.h.h 1 1 1 1 //1 11.1r1 lumber and poultry to her
? pilgrimage and will also have the occupy
I T N S..j profitably and steadily the yea
"Times are getting worse; long sade opportunity of seeing where "
.. ,, ,,,. 14/4111/11th their lie in soil of France. .around. MAKE YOUR SELF AT HOME
dull summer ahead; tourists all ;" I I" "/' 'I" I" '" I.'I I" I" I" " I I" .boys the

gone; things look bad." Three weeks from today the election They will each carry away; with them

This seems to be the general bur will be, over. Successful candi- a very, sacred memory, one that will A MODERN PRAYERLet .. t

den of the refrain, but fortunatelyfor dates will be thinking well of the be a comfort to them all their remaining me do my work each day; and

the state, ,the loudest blues sing- judgement of the people, while the days. It will not ,all be sad if. the darkened hours of despair A FEW CHOICE ROOMS

ers are those who are doing nothing unsuccessful ones will be wonderinghow this trip., There will be much plea- overcome me, may I not forget the 4))

' else. We have not yet seen the the voters could be so dumb. sure and happiness in it and the strength that' comforted me in the ARE NOW AVAILABLE.
salesman enter his prospect's office And our prediction is that Elbert country Is glad for them. desolation of other times. May I still -. .' .

with a sorrowful mien, nor have we Stewart will be' starting to make There is a pathetic side to in that remember the bright hours that .". .,,> ,_.4.-."',,-'.;. ..,
seen a farmer leave his plow to plans for his first trip" to the legis many, mothers who lost sons in the found me walking over the silent '". -

,whittle and moan about the dismal lature.. war are not eligible to make this hills of my childhood, or dreamingon REASONABLE. ..RATES .-" {".' -, ,< .
outlook. For the most part the bInGe pilgrimage because of the fact that the margin of the quiet river, -

their boys were lost at sea or whose when a light glowed within me, and
who don't know ,
singers are those One candidate who always passed HOMELIKE SURROUNDINGS
I promised by ,early God to have
bodies 'were, never identified. Only
when meet it, and
opportunity they us like a freight train passing. a
those mothers the of whose courage amid the tempests of the
further, except in talk. are not much bum, has actually been gushing graves .
have been .located changing :years. Spare .me from bit "
sons definitely ,
interested. A deep purple aura sm"rounds during the past few weeks. We can

them through which they see hardly wait for election day, to are eligible. terness and from the sharp passionsof TRY OUR SUNDAY DINNERSCLEWISTON'S
unguarded moments. May I not
The Herald has a very sad ,
the state. vote-for
everything in cast our the other fellow.
forget that poverty and riches are .. ,- .
terrible, from one of those mothers. When, it
Why, if things, are so
governS' of the spirit. Though!;' the world knowme "
was first announced that the, "
they can't summon' energy enough to Hendry county registrations this : I'
ment 'not, may my thoughts and actions .
was planning to provide trans -
the state is problem The in
move out of a year are unusually heavy. }
them consider.If in and portation to the great burying be such as shall keep me
which few of terest spontaneous not partof POPULAR HOTEL
grounds of American soldiers in friendly with myself. Lift my eyes
the outlook really were as dis- the mechanism of a well oiled political
: France this mother thought, of from the earth, and let me not for-
,mal a.s .they would have us believe, machine. So spontaneous in
that she would be invited to get the use of stars Forbid that I
it would be time even then, not for fact, that some present office hold :
should judge others, lest I condemn
talk but for action. But facts present ers will have cause to remember the goy .

an entirely different picture, and few lines from Oliver Wendel Holmes Her son was lost in the sinking myself. Let me not follow the clamor THE WATANABE HOTEL
of the world, but walk calmly in
the state will progress much more "The freeman, casting with unpur- of a vessel in one of the ports ol
France or was utterly destroyed in my path. Give me a few friend who
rapidly when this chorus of blue chased hand the vote that shakei
I an explosion that accompanied tl\e will love me for what I am; and .
singers change their dreary chantto the turets of the land. MRS. CLAUDE DOWNS Manager.
a paen of progress. ) sinking In any event, his body was keen ever burning before my vagrant -

Some interesting facts on state Not only In Hendry county, ,but never recovered and there is no steps the kindly light of hope.
grave for hi min France or else- And though age and infirmity may
progress are released periodically by thoughout the state, the registration ." '
.. overtake me,- and I come not within -
where. U *">n
Jules :M.: Burguieres of West Palm figures have soared to new heights
As there is no for her to sight of the castle of my dreams,
Beach. Issuing a. single page of this year. Whether the cause Is AlCapone's
visit. she cannot abroad as the teach me still to be thankful for life .
typewritten copy! Mr. BurKuieres visit to Florida, or a keener go -
guest of the republic. Probably this and for time's olden memories that
points out some interesting things appreciation of: the voter's privi- '
is only of the pathetic are good and sweet; and may the -
one many
about Florida. Despite the fact that lege, the"result is the samebetterand
I incidents of the kind throughout the evening's twilight find me gentle _
his space is limited he has compilednine more representative government.
interesting news items in his I country and while the people of the still.-PerryHerald.

United States will with the
latest bulletin. I Congresswoman Ruth Bryan Ow rejoice

Early seasonal reports. indicate that en has taken a group of youngsters'to gold star mothers who are going and
are to ,go to France, they will sympathize Took /Soda For -
Palm Beach will surpass its extensive Washington at her own expense -
building record of last year.I with those who are deprivedof For 20( Years"For

Practically all lines of business I I: : the, privilege by the regulations 20 years I took soda for Indi

which necessarily govern the pil gestlon and stomach gas. Then I : .
showed increases during the 1930 holders had done that 10 or 15 ]' '
I 1 tried Adlerika. One bottle brought < : ,: '.
grimage. : : :
season. Postal receipts advanced 30 years ago, there would be less complete relief.- Jno., B. Hardy. : _. : .. -:- :

per cent over last year. racketeers in the.. country today. Adlerika relieves GAS and sour
According to the 'Florida: Depart- FLORIDA IN THE SUNA stomach in TEN minutes! Acts om s
recent issue of the New York BOTH. upper. and lower bowel, removing -
the Florida string The community-wide campaign
ment of Agriculture cleanup -
"Florida poisons, you never knew were New roads under construc-
Sun is
bean for the year 1930 is worth starts in Clewiston next Mon says that absolutely there. Don't fool with medicine which are

$1,225,000.00 to the growers. This is I day. There will be no prize for the unique among the forty-eight states. cleans only PART of the bowels but
let Adlerika give stomach and bowelsa tion; thousands of additional acres
about one:half "million 'dollars"more -quickest,-clean-up or: any of'that"" sort
REAL cleaning and see how good
than the crop brought last year. The of thing and just as well at that.If had to land in a cow pasture. Why you feel!!, ALSTONS DRUG STORE. of will be harvested for

Lake -Okeechobee section of Palm such a prize were awarded the Vauchula! 6.1,30 sugarcane
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Beach ,County .produces ,more string Clewiston company would undoubtedly Clew-
LOST next year's grinding season.
beans than any other section of walk off with it, for it has done Jack Rone. restaurant man of
Canvas truck cover, 8x6. Please
Florida. more than any individual In town to wide experience, has opened his new its
I return: to Fruit Man from La Bells. iston is swiftly approaching
Shipments .of citrus fruits both make Clewiston a Spotless Town. lunchroom in the Civic Center Section Reward.

fresh and canned from the Port of 'Years of tree planting, years of keep- on Central Avenue. "New restaurant 4-44TP rightful place as the metropolis of

Tampa by Clyde-Mallory Line vessels ing the grass down on streets and opens in Clewiston at begin-

for the season Just closed sidewalks.. ning of summer season" There's one :: the northern Everglades.Now .

showed a considerable increase over Clewiston, without the guidance of way of telling the world that our

the volume handled last season and the Clewiston company during the prosperity is based on payrolls and DR. J. C. NOWLING

much heavier shipments are antici- past few years would have grown not on tourists. I

pated for next year. More than 700.- into a, motley collection of ram Hopkins Building, is the time to take advan-

000 cases o fresh grapefruit were shackle buildings on ragged. uneven Harry M. Royal, editor of the'' CLEWISTON, FLORIDA

placed in United Kingdom markets streets. This is no sugar coated sop I Oceana (Mich.) Herald, who spent tage of the golden opportunities

from the United States during the I for local officials, and for those who I the winter in Sebring wrote an interesting j
offered here.
1929-30 season, most of which originated -' may be inclined to sneer, there are I account of his trip to 0 _

in Florida.As innumberable cases on record where : Clewiston. Speaking of the sugar in- I

stated in our last Bulletin the I greed, overcoming good judgement. dustry In this section, Editor Royal '

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad will prompted prospective builders to says: L. fl : i.t :
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spend? $2,000,000 on improvements inj:: seek bui Id i n g permits to ""Hence I am happy to find a real ..,'-, .{ ;. 'f ; :

Florida this year, and now the Pen 1 I throw up the most temporary type enterprise, a productive progressive 'fEnlo..V

sacola Journal says the Louisville &I I of buildings. Members of the mer- enterprise ,one that does not live } .(ir: : :- .' ', < :; l:' :" ; .:'. :. : ;'<,:.'?) ./,

Nashville Railroad is going to spend ::thants association will remember the off something else, like some of the .

$1,000,000 on its docks and terminals ;1 I I base of a .few months ago when the parasite tree growths, or the hu I:.V LOVES THE SHEENI .\ .: For Details Write To

at Pensacola Florida. The Louisville II i owner of a lunch wagon sought to mans'who seem to have come into OF SNOWWH/TELINEM .

& Nashville docks at Pensacola are I roll his restaurant into Clewiston, th world with the notion that the --WHEW LAUNDERED BY

among the largest shipping docks in I put blocks under the wheels on any world owes them a living and that

the south, and thousands of tons of available lot and open for business. their chief enterprise and exerciseis THE CLEWISTON

Import and export cargoes are handled Permission in this and other similar to collect it. Having been fortu- LAUNDRY CO. CLEWISTON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

there annually I cases was politely but none the less nately born with the necessity to

The Fish Meal Company, the largest I firmly refused. Clewiston continuess work, this writer: has no under You'll be proud of the cheerful Clewiston Florida

: fertilizer factory in Fernandina,I toward its goal as one of the most standing of those who do not note of inviting hospitality that your

Florida, opened for business last beautiful communities in the state. themselves work nor train their
Snow-Whie-laundered linens will lendto
month. During the season last year, families to this duty to society."

which lasted about five months this Along the line of things beautiful your table. Your clothes and linens -

company produced several hundred the most beautiful automobile A sage once said that work is the are guaranteed to look better and

tons of fish meal, manufactured from [ ,drive in South Florida is along the grand cure of all the maladies and last longer if sent here regularly. "IN THE CENTER OF AMERICA'S

fish caught In the' waters around I Indian river at Rock Ledge and Cocoa miseries that ever beset mankind.

Fernandina. An increase; in output of I a'nd the most beautiful boat CLEWISTON NEW SUGAR BOWL"PABE .. .

25 per cent is expected this year. trip, up the Anclote river at 'Tar- Despite all the patent medicine ads LAUNDRY.lnc. :

The importance of Jacksonville, pon Springs. guaranteed to set you right, "if you BONITA ST.
Florida, as a seaport was greatly see those spots before :your eyes,

emphasized during April as exportsfor Miami filer visiting his mother in when you get up in the morning," CLEW/STON FLORJDATuour

that month assumed nearly record : I Wauchula,learned that that prosper there's nothing like a good cold

proportions to almost double the Gus community has no airport and shower. At least, -so we've been told. snow .>wr t to Laundry :!II--

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Ity and vitamin content. In tightly (small pieces of cloth Mrs. C. M. Ward, L. F. Walker, H. -,
I ITHE EVERGLADESEditor's i tied ovo rcork help to hold them In C. Wilkerson, Brazillia Wilkerson.

Great quantities of strawberrieswill place), and process. Best to lay bbt- Precinct Six ((6)) : J. M. Anderson,
Mrs. J. M. Anderson, H. R. Byrd, B. To the Voters ef Hendry County:
available at reasonable This
be very ties on sides when processing.
This Is the sixthof 7 Blanton, W. T. Burke, Mrs. W. A.
articles on the agri- prices for a short timo, at the closo allows for perfect sterilization of Ballentine, W. !\A. Ballentine, Thel- I am a candidate for Representative of
series of
a of the shipping season. It behoovesall I corks and nil danger from molds is ma Byrd, J. L. Bullock, James D.

cultural possibilities of the Everglades of us to make the most of this thereby avoided -Tighten corks and Clary, A. Crell Mrs. Mattie Creil, E. Hendry County in the ,June Primary. Your ) ,

Dr. E. R. Lloyd, chair- H. Colson, J. W. Danley, R. W. Dan-
delicious berry while It lasts, according when cool dip in melted paraffin or vote and influence will be appreciated.
of the committee of agriculturists ley. J. F. Danley, I. T. Ellis. Mrs. I.
man to Miss Isabelle S. Thursby, foods in sealing wax. Label and store in T. Ellis, W. B. Evans, R. N. Goethe,

who, at the request of the and marketing agent of the State coop, dry place. O. L. Gay, Mrs.- O. L. Gay, II., E. '

federal government made a thor Home Demonstration Department. Fruit juices are excellent for use Ganas, J' B. Ganas, L.. H. Howell, E. to.TEW ART'ANNOUNCEMENT '

ough survey of the Everglades. The H. B. Hicks, W. H. Howell, E. B. '
who suggests the following' recipes. In gelatine desserts, sauces., Ice Mrs.
made to Johnson, E. B. Johnson, R. J.
report of Dr. Lloyd was Strawberry Sauce. .. creams, sherbets, etc. If canned with Kinnard, H. Kilpatrick, Mrs. H. P. .

Colonel Mark Brooke, division engineer Use 2 quarts strawberries, 2 cups out sugar they may be used for jelly Koon, H. P. (Koon, J. 'F. Lubin, J. '

of tjhe U. S. War department : sugar. J. Langston; Mrs J.. J. Langston,

at New Orleans. making. Joe Land, Mrs. Joe Land, W. T.
Wash carefully and cap. Do not Lockhart, Mrs. W. T. Lockhart, J.

allow, berries to stand in the water I LEGAL NOTICE I E. Moody, L. E. McLelland, M. M.

when preparing them. Cut berries In In compliance with Section 297, McCormick, 0( ,. B. McEwen, Seth
h is General Laws of Florida, M. McEwen A. M. McComelck R.
Southern Sugar Company-T ,Compiled ,
small crush Your
pieces or very slightly.
and controls about notice is hereby given that the L. Payne, E. G. Priest, Mrs. E. G. support: and assistance at the June

130,000 acres of land. Their principal boiling point in a covered kettle. Let County, Florida, at a meeting -held mond, Waldon H. Smith, J. D. Sas- Primary will be appreciated.

crop is sugarcane. They have stand, covered, a few hours. Reheat on Wednesday, May 7th 1930, for. r ser, Mrs. M. H. Silas, Mrs. J. F.
of examining and revising Strickland, L. N. Smith W. S.
at the ,
now growing on their properties and let stand a second time, preferably purpose : E. E. KELLY
of Hendry
the registration Shoults, Mrs. 'L. N. Smith M. H.
Canal Point and Clewiston 11,000 over night. Bring again to boiling I County, Florida, erased therefromthe Silas, R. M. Tennelle, Mrs. R. M. "

acres oC cane, and additional plantings point, simmer gently 10 minutes. names of all such as have died, Tennelle, L. R. Tellman, -J. P. Tomp- Candidate. for County Commissioner

are being made with a view to Pack in hot sterile jars, and seal at or removed from the county. or from kins, C. K. Tucker, Mrs. C. K. Tucker District
the in cane to one district to another In the coun.1 S. J.' Tucker, Mrs. Thelma Tay No.1 1
I once. If jar rubbers are boiling hot ty. or who are otherwise disqualifiedto lor. J. H. Underwood, J. L. Walker,
25.000 as rnpidly as possible. The and strawberries boiling when placedIn vote. as follows, to wit: F. D. Wilson, Mrs. F. D. Wilson, J.

:value of the peat lands for growing jars. no further processing is nec I Precinct One ((1) : Robert Ashcraft, W. Whltehurst Mrs. J. F. Walker,

s" essary. W. H. Alexander, J. Commissioners
-A. Armerson. of Hendry County,
and large
vigorous healthy"groTth Miss, Thursby urges the canning of A. Barrett, Lillian Barrett, E. L. Florida, will meet on Friday, May .

yields per acre. Much of the cane at strawberries, using a minimum Bailey, O. R. Burkett, Wm. D; Becker 23rd, 1930, at 10:00: o'clock, A. M. at ANNOUNCEMENTTo

Canal Point and Clewiston is from 'amount of sugar, rather than makingso Albert Backus, Grace Backus,:'Sa- the Court House in the City of La .
will rah. G. Cole, Geo. E. Connell E. C. Belle, Florida for the purpose of restoring '
10 to 12 feet tall and easily produce
many preserves where the maximum Cole, I.. S. Campbell, S. R. Connell, to the said registration books the .voters, of the Twelfth Judicial. Circuit

from 20 to 30 tons per acre amount of sugar Is used. Many Geo. Dillon, Mina B. French, J. O. any of the foregoing names which of
with a high content of sucrose. prefer 'proportion of only T 2 cup ( French, Donald E. French, W. J. have been wrongfully or erroneously : '

Besides! the large acreage used for Godfrey, Pearly Godfrey, Samuel erased or stricken off, provided such
sugar to' one quart of berries. Many Fred. A. I hereby announce my candidacy for the Office of Slate'
substantial Haywotth, J. A. Henderson, person shall make such fact appearto Attorney. .
sugarcane production, a also make sauce in one process it Hightower, K. Hensley, Cordelie the satisfaction of tho said Boardof If I am honored with this important trust by the people, I promise a J ..
anroage is devoted to the raising preferred Strawberry sauce may be Hensley, C. E. Halcomb. W. M. Ua'r.rls County Commissioners. faithful discharge of my, duty and a fair and impartial enforcement of

winter vegetables; and fruits. Up to B. S. Jones, U. R. Jacobson, A. Wk L Murray, Chairman Board '
used over i cold cooked rice, corn ALL of the Criminal l Laws without fear favor.
A. Leh- or
the present time due to transportation C. Langdale, L. K. Ledoux, County Commissioners. Hendry Co.
starch pudding or other desserts of ner, A G. Lincoln. Mrs. V. W. Lincoln Fla. Respectfully,

difficulties the farming opera- like character. Mix fruit with 1-2 I. L. NeSmith E. S. Pickering, ATTEST:

tions have been limited, in extent. quantity of thin cream. Pour over A. R. Plant, L. L. Ramsey, J. W. (Seal) William T. Hull, 'Clerk. ROY D. STUBBS.

Nevertheless some peppers eggplant .,- Redding. G. L. Sims, Mrs. M. A. 5-1C-130- 1 time
the dessert. |I ss R'L.: H. L. Simpson, .
cabbage, tomatoes and other varie- Simpson, ,
Strawberry Juice I E. C. Spier, J. B. Taylor, Mary FOR STATE SENATOR

. ties of winter vegetables grow luxu- For strawberry juice, use the small I Woodward, H.. F. Woodward, H. F.. ...:.--

rinatly. The soil and climate in this so-called. cull fruit, though sound' and Wise, W. S. Whitten, Laura J. Whit- TO THE VOTERS OF THE 24TH r :::: : .:.::: :::.:.:=:.: ::: ==:::=:=:.::.: : ::: : ,' : : ::: : : = ::: : ::: : ::: .:

section seem to peculiarly favor the ten, E. A. Winslow. Alice Winslow.
Wash crush and heat slowly
maturity of plants and two or three G. W. Williams, Mrs. G. W. Williams ,
"\ to simmering point. Strain througha B. L. Williams. In announcing my candidacy for

t' crops per year are possiblo on the double thlskness of cheesecloth. If Precinct Two ((2)) : J. G. Attanassio ,- the office of State Senator I respect-
same land. Some of these crops may Lucia Attanassio, M. M. Bur- To Voters of the Twelfth Judicial DistrictI
free from sediment de-
juices are fully solicit the support of the citizens -
be placed on the market inthe hans, Lithe M.: Burhans, W. J.:
sired, let stand: in" cool place over Brinkley, Doris Brinkley;,' Jennie of'1 he District.-
height of the winter sea'son. makingthe
In the night. Then pour off (or siphon), Clark, Mary F. Calhoon. Winton In 1915' and 1917 I'' served as a candidate to succeed myself as STATE ATTORNEYof
potential profits large.
carefully from the dregs. Curry, R. T. Collins. Eliza Collins, Member of the House 'of Represen this circuit. I have performed the duties of this office fairly and
district the
Clewiston during shipping W. T. Denningtou, J. E. Justen, Win-
season of '1926-27 over 700 car The addition of sugar to all fruitjuices field 0. Manley, Ncff Maynard. Mrs.P. tatives. Was County Solicitor for impartially 'during the term I have held it. and if elected to 'a second

', loads of vegetables were sent to the will give a finer flavor. It M. Maynard, G. W. McCreery. L. Monroe County for eight years and term! shall give the same honest and conscientious service toward the

: northern nl'eastern markets. may be used in any desired proportion B. McCreery, Cora L. Pfluge, Edw.G. State Attorney for the 20th Judicial enforcement of all laws and to all other duties that may devolve uponme

a fair allowance being 1 cup ., 'Pfluge, J. L. Pwoell, R. C. Powell Circuit for four years. State Attorney.
It has been proven conclusivelyby Mrs. R. C. Powell, T. M. Williams, as
of sugar to 1 gallon of juice. Filljars Oppressive taxation Is no longer
this company and others that Eva Williams.
: the to over-flowing with hot juice. Precinct Three (3)) : Joe Brewer, bearable and, if elected I will favor '
produced GUY
sugarcane can be on M. STRAYHORN.;
Seal and process for 30 minutes below Jim Boyd, C. C. Barnes, C. L. Bran-: any practical legislation that affords oj)

peat soils satisfactorily and profit simmering point (about 180 degrees des. Charlotte Bever, C. D. ,Sever, relief to the tax .
ably. The large operators as well, as John H. Caldwell, Jr.. Geneve Caldwell -
F. little lower than the -
or a
County and State officials
T. J. Caruthers. Daisy Caruth- #
tho small with whom I had conferences ,
have, an abiding faith in the heat at which the fruit was cooked). ers, Hugh Cochran, Walter R. Coop should be paid a straight salary and ;.... -::: ::: ::: .: = :: ::: : : = :: ::: = :: ::: ::: ::: :::

"a Or.: If bottles. are used, wash care- erL Curry, W. J, Church 11ztrs. the Fee System abolished.

: ,future development of the Ever, fully and 'sterlUe both bottles and W. J.,Churchwell, 1\1atthew"Driggers, There 'are 4 ..
to be
glades. This faith is abundantly proven Harry DeLaney, Byrd Fraser, HarryW. many problems ._, .
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by the permanent improvements, corks. Fill "with hot juice put corks Fleming, Fary 'Fleming, F.", A. solved, but tax relief and actual econ- :: :-t, :. ', '

found : Galbraith, :Marie L. Henricksen. A. omy are the imperative needs of the
machinery and equipment on
L. Henricksen, W. N. Henderson, people.As E. M.! MAGAHA
farms. The low cost of preparingand LEGAL NOTICE Signard Henricksen, M. Hoperich, J.
a lawyer I do
not and will not
planting these lands, the plentiful C. Heldt, Mary Henderson, Jane Hen --

latent plant food contained in compliance .\flvith Section 305, derson, John L. Henricksen, Signey represent, by way of private employ- For. tate s Attorney: ...
acre Compiled General Laws of Florida, M. Henricksen, William B. Henderson ment, any corporation or similar pow-
them and the large
yields per '
notice Is hereby given that the Effie E. Henderson, Cola Hodges erful interest daring my tenure of
. make these lands very valuable for Road of County Commissioners of I Emory C. Hodges. Mrs. Bertha. CIRCUIT, STATE 'OF FLORIDA:
office.. To
serve the citizens the
agricultural purposes. I Hendry County. Florida, at a regular Hall, J. C. Henderson, Edna Huds- of
The Pennsylvania! Sugar CompanyThis meeting of said Board held on I peth, J. E. Johnson. Mrs. J. E. John 24th District_ faithfully, fearlesslyand I hereby 'announce my' candidacy: for the office of State's At

owns and controls I the 6th day of May, 1930, appointedthe son, Howard Ketrlng, Marie Ketring, efficiently I want to be free torney In and for the 12th Judicial Circuit of the State of Florida
company following election officers for Robert E. Ketring, Kae Lastinger, T.
from any possible Influence that to be voted for in the coming ,June 'primary. I solicit and
212,000 acres of land west of Miami Hendry
each of the Precincts of F. Lane, Ernestine Lane, W. T.Mercer ; -
,' 'and Hialeah. An attempt was made County, Florida, to hold the Primary, Minnie Mercer, King W. Mercer. may conflict therewith. will appreciate the support and suffrage of all voters for aId
:. to grow sugarcane, which proved a Election on ,June 3, 1930. John Henry Marsh, Jas Nicholson, I will esteem It a great honor to office and If elected promise to give the best service possible.

financial failure. This trial Precinct One ((1)) : Clewiston: Bernice G. Nicholson, J. P. Pfaff. :J. be your obedient servant In the
: was
Inspectors: Marion F. Leydig. A. Howard Phillips, C. J. Richards, :.Mat- next legislature. B.. M. MAQAHA.
made before the discovery of the effect J. Chenet, Dick C. Miller. tie Richards, Roy E. Springston, Ar-

of copper sulphate. It was at Clerk: W. L. Owens. line M. Springston, Mrs. S. C. Woodson Sincerely submitted, .. _.:_ -- c. ,' :,_ _' _-_ -_ ,_ -_ '.- "
tempted to drain the land, by gravity .Special Deputy: M. H. Crouch. J. D. Whitaker, J. A. Weatherly. Arthur Gomez.
Polling Place: Clewiston Motor Precinct Four (4)): Tom Andrews,
resulting in Inadequate water
Company. Myra Andrews, Badger Brooks, ':Vic
control. The soil in all this 'area '.is Precinct Two (2)) : East La Belle: toria Burnett, J. H. Browning, C. 'B. Illiilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilllllilllll lllllllllllillllllllllllllllllllllllillllf1111111111111111 i II"IIIII"I""nilll[[

rather shallow, the peat ranging from Inspectors: Inez Magill, M. J. Cllnkscale, J. C. Clinkscale, Irene
Bush, F. 'Watts Hall. Clinkscale. H. B. Cllnkscale Mrs. C. = .
a few inches to 2 or '3 feet thick. = 'S
Clerk: Nancy H. Stewart. B. Clikscale, L. I. Evans, Dorothy '

Since discontinuing the growing of Special Deputy: JM. F. Yeomans. Evans. W. G. Hubbard, Silas Kelley, .' : ==

sugarcane, the company Is raising Polling Place: Firemen's Club F. W. KeJlog, Mamie E. Kellogg, E. :' )y .
r-: vegetables successfully. They: now Building. Kelley, R. T. Keskee, Otto Malakow- : ,.. .,. : <': '::1; :' .. -
Precinct Three ((3) : West La Belle: skey, Christina Malakowskey, J. H. .
have about
I 1,800 acres In ,potatoes, Inspectors: ,R. N. Miller, Mrs. Grover Nelson, Mrs. Bessie Nelson, James ,'

I beans and other truck. They. have Hill. Mrs. Amanda Hedges. O'Neil, Della Prevail, M. J. Under ;

" several hundred cattle and operate a Clerk: E. M. Cornette. wood, E. D. Underwood, A. J. ,\Vor- :: 111S SAVING NOT GETTING THAT
dairy to supply milk to Miami. This Deputy: Clyde C. Helms. ley. i 11 i .'' _
shallow Polling Place: Everett Hotel. Precinct Five ((6-: S. H. Anderson,
produces excellent grass Precinct Four (4)) : Denaud: :Mrs. S. H. Anderson. Eugene Ayer,

I es. Bermuda, Dallas grass, Maiden chard Inspectors: U. Ayer. R. M. Bur- Chas. W. Blount, Mrs. Elsie E. == IS THE MOTHER OF RICHES .

1 cane, and St. Lucie grass grow abundantly Wesley C. Richards. Blount, M. Browning, D. H. Brown .
Clerk: C. F. Roan. ";-. -
: and furnish feed the lug, W. J. Beasley, Paul Browning, ,
I around. year Special Deputy: J. F. Haskew. A. J. Carraway, T. T. Carraway.i,: M, ,.; !;.; ': : : :' :,: .. i" .:-- : ,
r Polling Place: Roan's Old Store. M.: Carraway, S. S. Carraway>:Mrs. J
(To be continued.) Precinct Five (5)) : Felda: Mary Carraway, :Mrs. Eva Carraway.W. ;: ..

II Inspectors: J. L. Warnock, I. L. B. Davidson, Mabel M. Davidson, : ": : ; .q ;; ( ; :
Fitzhugh, M. N. Taylor. : : > \ !
Eula Gleaton Fountain. J. A. Foun- /
Clerk: J. N. ;
I HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES Hardin, Jr. tain, J. N. Grainger, Mrs. J. N. t. :
Special Deputy; S. M.\ Granger. Grainger, W. E. Gay, E. B. Hull; : t
Polling Place
: Church House. Sallie E Hull, W. W. Holland, Jennie ,
MILK-FAT FOR HEALTH Precinct Six ((6): Sears: .
C. Holland, Robert E. Heath, Jr., .
Milk-fat exists In the form of very M.Inspectors Scott. T.: K.F. Tedder.Til. 'Pum P lire Y, F. Henry C. Jackson, Evelyn Jackson, = .: 7.INTEREST: BEARING ACCOUNTS MAY BE \ :' : -

tiny droplets afloat In the liquid-an Clerk: G. R. Hatch. H. J. Massey, Mrs. Alma Massey. 'H. ; ,' ":" =
emulsion. Milk-fat is softer than most Special Deputy: E. A. ParrIs, Mrs. E. I. Parris, K. W. = [ j : STARTED IN THE CLEWISTON HOME ",. :. : :
Conner. Rimes, L. C. Sumner, L. A. Smith, = 'r r t ,.'' .' .' =
fats. This softness, together with ,Polling Place: School Building. ,. I : .'
I \\. L. Murray, Chairman Lindsey Stallings, R. L. Sumner, BUILDING ASSOCIATION WITH PAYMENTS _
the emulsion form, makes milk-fat County Board of Mrs. Lindsey Stallings, R. L. Sentell f '

I more easily digested than other fats. I County, ,Florida.Commissioners, Hendry Mrs. R. L. Sentell, G. L. Sweeney, {, ,::" AS LOW AS 50 CENTS A WEEK. ,: :: _-

: Amy Sweeney, B. A. Thomas, Mrs.B. '
;} The natural yellowish color of milk ATTEST: -
A. Thomas. Ruth Townsend Homer
I I fat Is due to the (Seal) William T. Hull, Clerk. Y
pigment of green Taylor, Mildred Taylor, B. R.

!I plant tissue consumed by the cow. 6-1G-1D30-U Tindell, W. L. Woodley, L. F. Ward, J ?;: :;,,: .' : .. '. : ;'> ;, ;<

Milk-fat of f ers a concentrated [ ::
I source of energy.

} Mine-to, next to cod liver oil and To the Voters of the 24th Senatorial District: =- '> -=
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j egg yolk offers the most abundant "
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I wish to announce that I will be'a
candidate for
I source of vitamin A ossenUal to re-election to
the office of State Senator from the 24th District.I .
growth, health and life. An abundance -
of vitamin A In the diet buildsup have served four terms In the Senate and two terms in the \

a resistance to disease, particularly House. My friends have been kind enough to Bay that I have served THE CLEWISTON HOME BUILDING ASSN- =

respiratory diseases. faithfully. I am a member of the Committee on Roads and High-

The vitamins In milk-fat can be ways, Judiciary A. and Rules; these are the most Important committees Clewiston Phone 101 Florida = )

J stored In the human body and used for this district.I -- =

j as reserve In time of need. will appreciate the vote and =
support of tho people In tho Democratic --
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\ : Florida FactsFlorida 000,000 will be made in Florida dur- three WI.ter8.:: run through wringerand ,, ." = ,.,' =' = ;, = .
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; !. La Belle News ing the current year by the Atlantic then they are ready for the bluing r l '.i.

I 1''" Coast Line Railroad according to re water. Blue only a few garmentsat
i motor fuel consumed
i Loveland PetteeF. users ports recently ap p caring in the a time. Put them in water well ..
By George 22,723.989'gallons of gasoline duringthe
Jacksonville newspapers. One of the opened out and pass through quickly. DELICIOUS
i' t month of March according to the
most important projects from the Starching: If starching is to be
F. M. Bishop of Arcadia was a : monthly of the State Department -
j' ;standpoint, of increased safety is in- done, clothes are wrung out of the I
t business ylsitor in La Belle stopping' of Agriculture Inspection Bureau.
i stallation o automatic signals over blue water and starched before dry- ,
' 1 at the Evertt Hotel. I This represents an increase of approximately 100 miles of the main ins. {r GUERNSEY WHIPPING CREAM ,l.,,
10 cent March 1929. Palm
per line between Jacksonville and Tampa Drying: The sunshine of the greatI
1 ; Mrs. Frank Daughterty entertained Beach county consumed 1.317,994 AND STRAWBERRIESCLEWISTON
Florida. I ont of-doors is decidedly the best
; ,1 i at three tables of Bridge Tuesdayevening : gallons during March, which is an I. method of. drying the family wash. !
Miss Sallle increase of 5 per cent over the corresponding j
i Release just made by the State White articles should be hung in the .
: Hugh Hull. winning prizes. period of 1929. I .
E j I ;; Department of Game :and: Fresh Water -ii i( bright Lull: while the colored ones I DAIRY COMPANY

I I' Fish of fifty ((50)) musk-rats in a should be dried in the shade. As far I
: : W. S. Shell of Tampa was n.guest Postal receipts for West Palm
marshy area of Madison County, ns rorsible hang clothes so that they :
: ( at the Evertt Hotel Tuesday night. Beach show an Increase of 6 per cent Sugarland Highway Phone 333
I '
1 Florida, is the beginning of a test will retain their original shape. .
for the first quarter of 1930 over that .
by the department of the adaptability Sprinkling: Garments should be
Ii Mrs. George O. Brown of Minnea period of 1929 according to Geo. W. I .
:i of these valuable fur bearers to : brought in before entirely dry, sprin i
'; been visiting her
I polls who Smith, Postmaster. A corresponding :
i : Florida territory, C. C. Woodward. kled and rolled !
to be thoroughly ,
so as -
lefThursday up = = : : :: :: :: ,,
I J. W. Christie and family decrease in the amount of moneyon : : : : = :::: :: :: -=c ::
Commissioner of the an-
1 I Department damp before ironing. .
i for her home. deposit i nthe Postal Savings De-
t ,I II nounced. The similarity of climate Ironing: Ironing is an art whichis
j partment is also noted. This fact
fI I BIr- and plant life in northern Florida to acquired by study and practice.
1 : Mr, and Mrs. J. S. Arnold of should indicate an increase in local
J mlngham, Alabama, were guests at bank deposits. the largest producing area of Louisiana Always Iron with, the thread of the PHONE' 333

' the Everett Hotel Tuesday night. bas prompted the Florida Department material from the top of the garment

': ', in conducting the experi- down. Iron each part dry before go-
I According to the Nation's Business. I ,
Estimate "
f Rev. Father It. P. Brenann of Fort, official publication of the Chamber of ments. ing to the next. Embroideries shouldbe Repairing or For '

\ 1 0 Myers held services in La Belle Commerce of the United States, gen- ironed on the wrong side over a Electrical Work. of Any Kind

; Wednesday morning and had a social eral business conditions in Floridaare HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES thick soft pad. It is best to press

I visit with his flock of thirty on the upgrade. Compared with wool under a cloth. Press until the Appliance of All Kind Repaired or Sold

i HOME LAUNDERING HELPS steam ceases to rise from the press-
people. the business man of one year ago,
Under the best circumstances, ing cloth. Iron silk on the wrong
i I the Florida_ improvement is marked. : .
I when almost
I Bob Battey of Fort yers was a visitor Greater Miami at that time being laundering is still one of the hardest dry.Ruby .

! In La Belle stopping'' at the Bv- the only district showing good busi- tasks about tho home, but with sys- McDavid.

: J erett Hotel. ness. whereas the black or "quiet" tematic methods, proper supplies and
: Keep the Home Garden -
areas are now entirely absent from convenient laundry equipment the labor Busy

U1 J. Bowers Campbell, Candidate for Florida. involved may be minimized. The March and April, should be busy
State Senator:: of Fort Myers spent following helps will prove of value. months in the farm home garden. I
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;, I Tuesday afternoon in La Belle. Tonnage through the Port of Palm Sorting as to color, material, and There are a large number of vege- 615 EAST PLATT ST. OFFICE PHONE M-1180 i l
-- whether the garment is very soiled tables that can 'be planted In Flor-
: Beach is increasing considerably according -
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PHONE H-335 6>
t Sam Thompson of Imokallee was to reports made to the Boardof or only slightly soiled. ida, and every housewife should add

.I In La Belle Tuesday.J. Commissioners of the Lake Worth Mending: A stitch before launder- vegetables to her diet throughout the f

i i:, I ___ Inlet District, supervisors of the port ing may prevent a small hole from year. HERALD LINES \f I

;: !' A. ,Parks of the American Agricultural The highest mark so far established becoming a large one during the .

i t ': Chemical Co., of Tampa for tonnage exported was reported washing process. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE- Ii I i

I spent the week end in La Belle: last week. I Removing stains: Stains removed I

I while fresh are much less difficult. : CLEWISTON NEWS Overnight service between I i

: Arthur Gomez. of Key West spent An increase of 4,000 acres in plantings Some stains, ,if not removed before PHONE, 339 I

Tuesday in La Belle. and yield of approximately 100, washing are forever set. Clewiston. and Tampa

, I i' ---- 000 bushels more of snap beans in Soaking: The purpose of soaking is ROOM FOR RENT In Civic Center. ,
i \ Mr. and Mrs. Irving Phillips motored Florida are forecast by the reportof ,to loosen the dirt with less effort and i'
I Apply Mrs. J. Kettl. .
.1{ to Fort Myers. the Division of Crop and Livestock saves:: friction on fabric while wash- Franchise operators Insured cargoes
. I
' estimates to the Federal-State Mat ing. Cold water should be used in .

I A. Nadel is opening a men's furnishing ket News Service. Florida is shown soaking clothes. .

r: ? store In the Columbia Arcade as the largest early bean producerin Washing: After clothes have been :.>" 666

,where he will have a complete the United States. soaked for a while the water can be

line of goods.A drained off and warm water added.A Tablets .
Relieves a Headache or Neuralgia In BAKERS SERVICE STATIONLocal
The Associated Press reports that good mild soap or washing powder 70 :
fine and parade heldon minutes, checks a Cold the first ;
program the Southern Kraft Corporation, a suitable to the material being washed

ry7 Friday, May 2, was enjoyed by subsidiary of the.. International PaperCompany can be dissolved In the wafer and the day, and checks Malaria In. thre Representative
all the people of La Belle and Hen- days.
, will erect a $10,000,000 pa rubbing process conti n u e d until

I dry County. per' mill at Panama City, Florida, in 'clothes are clean. 666 Also in Liquid I"

the near future. The mill will be the Boiling: Only very soiled clothes

Miss Betty Reeves won the prize largest in the south. it is. _said, and should be boiled, for soap, and gentle :... ,
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in the Grammar School grades for will manufacture paper from pine rubbing will remove most dirt. Col- .. r . LEI. .. .a.. . .. ....... r
j the most 'unique costume, representing -
X pulp. It is estimated that the plant ored clothes, silks and woolens should
s La Belle, Among the Palms. II
will employ approximately 2,000 per- never be boiled. .
while Miss Betty Baur took first .
SOlI C3. Rinsing: Much depends on this' pro .
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j prize for the High School, representing ', ." ; .
well rinsed "
cess. Clothes should be ; 'T ( ."L"1' .
a bottle of milk from Burkes ;: : ) :
Expenditures of approximately $2.- they should at least be put through : .
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In the parade first prize was wont ;
by Patsy Royer and second prize by CLEWISTON FOLKS ,
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Marjorie -
Daugherty. .
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After the parade and program visitors .i .

were school shown rooms.through the different :. i;: MIAMI, FLORIDAWELCOMES :: .' : '. _' : m I

Miss Lois Roberts was crowned YOU ... ,! I .::' :.; ,
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Queen of May while Robert Padgett ,;; 00 : I'
represented Uncle Sam. "The Most Perfectly Ventilated Hotel 'In the South." I ;'' ; I
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Convicts arrived ':Monday to begin Storage Space Acress Street European Plan -,e,:'.. workers :. .

work on constructing a road campon ... '.'. .
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George J. Cable of Springfield Illinois EVERGLADES FUNERAL HOME c"'" ..' EII
was a business visitor in La ; ;:.,', customers ;: ;;0 m
i Belle Monday. "

. . Funeral DirectorsAMBULANCE ,\.
:r:;: :, BU'VI! .
Colonel H. A. Rider, Hendry Coun- H., k
ty Attorney has filed a suit for ten '' : '. !&4 ch oicllloter 0.
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thousand dollars damages aginst the SERVICE lIS : for A.C. or D.C. '.. .

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r Elgin, Illinois, where they will spend Reverse Charges When Phoning Us. i'n i ) .. -- ,. _,_ 1', -.0: '.', .. .
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'i I have a May party 'Wednesday evenIng customers indifferent, hard to please. Abreezy General Electric Fan II
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i ico1 Mr.\ and Mrs. T. V. Watson left I I.f ny returned Monday from a business I Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Bryant.
II I Monday for Talladega, Ala., after trip to tfew Orleans.
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spending tho winter in Clewiston.P. I Mrs. P. G.
Bishop left Wednesdayfor
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G. Bishop, operating vice presi 1 I spent the week end in Palm, .Beach Harbor, Me. Mr. Bishop accompanied ( .
dent for the Southern Sugar Compa II at the home of Mrs.\ Duff's .'
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Mrs. Cleo A. Houzo, Phone 359 Mrs.\ L. A. Morgan, Jr.. Phone 369 Mrs. F. M.\ Wright, Phone 381 her as far as New York.


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Miss Frances Tippey and Malcom .. .
A. Miles of Orlando gavea of the most delightful, after: '
,.; Mrs. ,C. Knapp motored to Belle Glade Sunday -
most interesting lecture on "Na- afternoon. noon bridge parties of the season
tive Plants and Wild Flowers" at the was given Thursday afternoon )by'
lewiston Inn Thursday evening. Mrs. T. V. Watson and Mrs. William
With the lecture Mrs. Miles\ showed Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Bigg motored Cecil Owen at the home of Mrs.

slides of man yof our wild _flowers to West Palm Beach Monday. Owen. The house was artistically $ ATURDAY .
found through the Glades. Mrs. filbert decorated in larkspur, cornflowersand 1

Stewart. local President of the Mr.\ and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson _spent roses. The guests were Mesdames\

Cpper Glades Farm and Garden Club Saturday in West Palm Beach. L. H. Curtin, W. C. Hanson. Cleo ,:.
introduced Mrs. Robert G. Kay of Houze, Dick Miller\ Jim Beardsley,

i I Palm Beach who in turn introducedMrs. Mr.\ H. H. Hart, of Miami, spent P. Alex Poche,. R._ Y. Patterson, Will ,{

Miles. Out of town guests who Sunday and Monday\ in Clewiston.Mr. iam G. Ames. Walker Stansell,.'('11.
attended the lecture were Miss\ Alice Claude Downs, J. K. Mowry, Wilbur

Reed and Mrs. Brown of Belle Glade C. K. Kolstad, of Lake Worth, Cole, F. Deane Duff, H. A. Bestor,

Mr. and Mrs. Alfred G. Kay of Palm spent the week end with his son Fred Puryear and F. M. Wright. Mrs Last To :
'Beach and Dr.. and Mrs. Buck of and daughter-in-law, Mr.\ and Mrs. Elbert Stewart came in, for tea. A Pay

Belle Glade.SOCIAL Henry Kolstad. delightful salad sandwiches. cake ;;
Y and coffee were serbed. Table prizes \

:. Mrs H. E. Musgrove was operatedon were won by Mrs. Walker Stansell..'
CLUB MEETS for appondecitis at the Good Samaritan 1 Mrs. Wilbur Cole.- Mrs. Dick. Miller : Your Poll TaxI
Hospital in West Palm I and Mrs. Jim Beardsley.

Beach. She is reported as doIng'very ..'. .. '', ,
Mrs\ Wlaker Stansell, II, held high .. \- ., "
"' nicely. Mrs. Musgrove is the head .
score at bridge Wednesday afternoon HANSON LANDS TARPON .
. when Mrs. Louis A. Morgan entertained nurse at Lakeview Hospital. '<:(.:' '; .'. ..''i;; .

. members of the social club at W. C. Hanson landed a, 130 pound r .
' Dr. F. L. Tatom has been suffer- : '.
her home on Sagamore avenue. Msr.\ tarpon last Sunday when he, Mr McDonald ,' : ., .
ing from pleurisy and gall stones. -
,'. M.\ W. .Bigg-- held low score. Delicious and E. E. Kelly enjoyed a .. ..
He has been in Lake Worth where
'. refreshments (consisting of punch fishing trip at Fort Myers.
\ and strawberry shortcake were Mrs. Tatom has been with him. t Monday Call at The. Clewiston: News tomorrow and pay your ,poll
his son In-law, Mr. Utter, droveto
'served. Lake Worth and him back, .- ,.'. '' .,' ', : . : .. f
brought .
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Nowling attended the convention of ', ..: :
dames Among William those G.present Ames, Walker were: Stan-Mes- to the Lakeview Hospital. Dr. Tatom.j I I the 'state medical association.Mrs. .' '.".. '.'v-I' "-.... ..' -'_. r. .. tax. to J. L. Taylor. :,- ,:-.'.,':,..'-.?.,:,' -; *,'-;,,:.!* .,::.'J" -.::. ,"J:-.. .

sell. II, Dick C. Miller Jim Beards- stood the trip very well and his I .:;: "'t'f; : :; }
friends hope for a speedy ; -
recovery. : Derendorf and :
Henry her : : : :
ley, M. W. Bigg, Franc Howard, W. : ,. ?
S. Harvel, .W. C. Hooker. Dave Al daughter left Sunday or their sum '

ston, J. R. Alston, E. C. Merchant, Miss\ Marcia Avant and Mr. Frank mer home in teh north. Y You'annot vote in i the June Primary unless have paid ,
. Cothern spent Sunday in Fort Myers you
J. F. Tippey, J. G. Allhands and
where they attended a show. Dr. McArthur and Joe English
Louis .A Morgan.\ -
spent Sunday in Tampa.Mr. .:. : ,.'. .-. your. 1928 and 1929 Poll Tax : ';" ',
Miss\ Roberta George, Miss Jewel ?

BETTY r JANE TOWNSENDHAS Lowe and Gratton George had dinnerin and Mrs. J. R. Alston, Elva : :.:;:; ii :,;; .:f ; ,'. : ,< ,,' .: .' ': .1(: : .:/c : :. .: ;..:/, ;; .z!,::.
BIRTHDAY PARTY Palm Beach and attendeda .
Sunday Alston and Ardene Jeffries motoredto .. ,; .
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Belle Glade Sunday nIgIit.t
Little Betty JaneJTownsend. daughter
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of Mr. audMrs. G. E. Townsend Miss Frasces Tippey and Arthur John Bolton of. the Brown Farm .

celebrated her second birthday anni- Lawrence motored to West Palm was in Clewiston Sunday.Dr. .

V'ersaryreduesdar atentoon us her Beach Sunday to a movie. . ,-,"',." "', -: ,

. home from three to five o'clock. John Anderson and his mother -
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Among; those attending were Bobbie Mrs. Robert Hare. Miss Frances accompanied by Miss Dorothy ,
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1....'... ,Montgomery, Eugene Mills, Jr., Monroe\ and Miss\ Elsie Hare motoredto Nowling motored to Clewiston from -,# '- -< ,-> -'j: < -- -- .. -- ,_..', -' -". '.--',-- .' '-.- ":-. -- '- -
J. M. Sullivan, Iris and Betty Sulli- Palm Beach to a movie Sunday Miami Sunday. "

"' J' vanLois Lancaster and Grace Ward. afternoon." ,,...: *..,. ,.'... .. .r.A: ,":.-.." '. -. > ---./..? --,-
p Delicious refreshments f'punch, : Mrs.. W. P. Vaughn. Jr., returnedfrom ( [ Il ]i@f( Jj I @dj 1@lJi 1l@J1 J@I@Jf@ill m 1r@J-@ill ;
home made cake and candies were Mrs. J. N. White, Miss Louise Wai- Mobile: Ala., where she spent .

served. dron and Dick White spent Sundayin a week with relatives.Dr. i ,
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MISS MUNROE ENTERTAINSA J. W. Ezelle returned from :Atlanta : '
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Miss Dorothy Nowling of Miami '" ..;;-" "
where he -week .
spent the past : >. : ,' : .,
party 'was given Saturday even- spent Sunday in Clewiston. [L ,-. 0': c',-:_'" '" ".". : ....'..':'. :'..'' I

ing at the home of Miss Frances Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hooker and : ;:: .t: ; .,t "

Munroe. Dancing* and other features Dr. John Anderson of Miami spent family spent Sunday. with"Mr. Hookers .., iii''. .. .. ." ,- "
6 were enjoyed. Those present were Sunday in, Clewiston.. parents near ,Palmdale. i .; r ', .':, .
Miss\ Elsie Hare, Miss Dorothy Deam, .

Miss Roberta George, Miss\ Frances Miss Frances Tippey and Mr. Arthur Mr. and Mrs. .Paul Deam, Miss :B. f .. yo., : '... It
Tippey, Miss Frances Monroe, Dick Lawrence motored to Pahokee Ketti and Glen Heard spent Sundayon ''m.! : ,.: ': Now 0 : \ ,' f@I
White, Henry Story, Joe English, Friday to attend the "bean festival. a beach picnic. r." pen.,.,> 1-:,. I

Guthrie Chapman, Gene flier and ; :
Malcome Knapp. John J. Dauber of Columbus., ,Mrs. G. V.t Hudson and daughter, I ..:.. ,
is spending a .few. days in Clewiston. Carolyn, Jane, spent the weekend In ,' II
MRSHOUZE HOSTESSMrs -. 1 I Sebring.Mrs. .
Dr. Halliday' accompanied by his I I Jack's

Cleo A. Houze entertained at wife and daughter, Margie, spent the I. Topper and Mrs.\ Lamer I Restaurantr1:

,. dinner Sunday evening. Guests- were week end in Delray.; spent Monday in West Palm Beach :

Mrs. W. C. Hanson, Mrs. P. G. Bish- .. Opposite Cle&iston News-Civic Center .
op, Jules M. Burguieres of West Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Nowling\ Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Poche motored ; '
Palm Beach John Anderson and Gladys Nowling to West Palm Beach ; .1
and J E. Slater of. Mont- Tuesday : ; .
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