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: August 8, 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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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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Industry And Th C: l" : t'" Q t ; N1 l The Center of America

WAg illure dlcct.N 1.e W L l Un e'- V S" J New Sugar Bowl. : -;


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clearance for the month of HENDRY CO. OF The number of unemployed citi- WILL OPEN ONSEPTEMBER

AVAILABLE FOR July at the First Bank'' of Clewiston zens of Hendry county on June 23
shows a was 48, according to the report of
':' LOCALFARMERSGovernment small was Increase$156,515.37 over which the month of IN GOOD SHAPE COMPANYJQPCT. the census enumerator for this dis 1 1'

trict. This speaks well for the -
/ I June.
Business in Clewiston is on the Balance Of Salaries Expected county and from all reports there Will Have A Full
I' Loans May I incline and local business men are $50,000 On Hand June will be worm for these: within a Nine

Those very optimistic regarding the sum- 30th ; All Obligations I To Be Paid few weeks. The construction of the Months Term This ,
Be Secured By
I new highway and the grinding sea-
banks fallingover
mer business. With This Month. Year.The
Have Been Met. .
Suffering Loss. the state and the local bank son rapidly approaching every man
dividend, busi- should be able to find work. Clew
; paying ten percent Tie financial affairs of Hen,'D Approximately ten per cent of their iston had 5 unemployed., LaBelle Clewiston schools will open
is available to farmers of have right to feel opti-
i.. $30,000 ness men September
back salaries was paid to employesof ; first it was announced by
county are in excellent shape according 24, Sears 5 and County wide 14.
i Hendry count it was learned from mistic regarding the financial con-
to, the statement of W .C. the Southern Sugar Company this Mrs. J. E. Beardsley. All teachers
: Commissioner Seldon L. ditions of the local bank and com
; County Hooker. county commissioner from week by the receivers. With' the suit "' have been selected for the fall term

Stewart informed Tuesday.by a representative Mr. Stewart of was the munity.. this district. The county_ had a cash for bankruptcy un ettied.hC the OFFICIAL pOPULA. andwin. beIn Clewiston ready: ....for.-
'. the
balance on hand of over $50,000 on United States court due to an aPpeal opening.

::1Ii'i : Federal would be Loan available Bank that to this all farmers amount FIFTEEN CARLOADS June 30th. We have met all of our by the plaintiffs this is considered TION OF HENDRY'COUNTY Clewiston will have a regular 4B

' last obligations _during the past year and an advance payment by the re-. Junior high school this term but
! i that had suffered a year ;
have paved the way for our 1931 ceivers to relieve local conditions. will not attempt to ,have a senior
: t hurricane freeze. It NOW
from either a. or OF MATERIAL IS 3635
, I was pointed out that all who se taxes to be reduced, stated the Com Operations of the, company are go- high school. The junior high will include -

missioner.The ing along at a steady pace, cane Is i the tenth grade, however, Mrs.
cured a loan would have to prove
HERE FOR ROAD present board of county com- being in Beardsley has announced the
that they farmed last year and suf- kept good condition and repairs Only 48 Unemployed In ; that
fered a loss that was not due to their missioners have spent approximately to the mill that will be necessary eleventh and twelfth grade subjects
management.A ''$192.000.00 during the past year. for the coming grinding season County June 23rd will be taught and those taking (these

committee was appointed by W.L. Motorists Now Using With a valuation of $2SOOOOO.Od anda are being made.According Says Report.The subjects can enter any state collegeBy

Murry, chairman of the Board of Detour By Hooker's :,. millage of 32 mills the present to the officials of the taking the entrance examination.

County Commissioners to review any board has been able to meet' their company the cane crop is in better official population of Hendry Every effort is being made to have

applications that might be made for Point. I I obligations and keep the financial condition this .season than any pre- county according to the report of !a senior high school in Clewiston,

, the available money. The following matters of the county in .good shape. I vious crop.. With local rain showers Arthur F. Pickard, Supervisor of !next year. -

} ." were appointed for Hendry county: Eightcarloads of material had arrived Seventy-nine per cent of the 1929 and the lake at Its high level the Census for this district, is 3,635., I J. E. Beardsley, local member of

LaBelle district, A. L. Taylor, F. Wednesday night over the A. taxes have been. collected and seven water table is being kept at the required i These figures have just been released the school board, announced that

J ;Watts Hall and Marvin Taylor; Clew- C. L. for the construction of state ty-five per cent has been the average level without having .to riri- by Mr. Pickard from Lake money was available for a full nine

iston district, Elbert Stewart, Louis ,, road number twenty-five. Fifteen collected during the past three years. gate the fields. land which is district headquartersfor '.- onlhs term this year.

'Norgan and Jim Berdsley. 1 I cars will arrive each day until the I II I The valuations ,of county propertyhas The bankruptcy case against the I this census district. The population i I ,-- -
.. All applications must be filed with I I work is completed. These cars will been cut $600,000 this year which
Southern Sugar Company is expected Is divided as follows: 1
'. '..:;.' :: these committees)". may be se- contain< rock and gravel for the hard will give about twenty per cent reduction to be settled. this week and when Population Farms COUNTY EXECUTIVECOMMITTEE

I" ;', <::' cured at the News office.ADDITIONAL surfacing of the first ten miles of' in taxes next year. This' will this has been accomplished the bal Outside LaBelle and

i": the road in Hendry county. I depend entirely upon the amount of ance of the salaries due employees Precinct No.2.... 2 .1 NAMES I

: FUNDS Signs were placed just beyond the I millage set by the. commissioners.V .is expected to be paid by the receivers LaBelle Town ........ 397 43
:I : I Clewiston Motor Company across the LaBelle and Precinct 3 305 4 c
:1 highway. stating that the ''road is BUILDING MATERIAL Fort Denaud ............ 258 50

+ FOR LAKE WORKf' closed and under construction. The Felda .,,..................... 279 48 _
detour '''road by Hookers Point is be. ,' LOCAL FARMERS Clewiston ..............;.. 2284 41
it 1 : BEING SOUGHT lug used for transportation to West Sears ...................,.... 109
; : Palm Beach and points on the East PREPARING FOREARLYPLANTING TOTAL ...........,.... 3635 187 Chairman; H. A.
: coast. The above figures show that the
Work progressing rapidly? and city of Clewiston has the largest Secty.The .
: : Dredges Are At Work I I
'I: :with fifty men at' work on this road population of any city in the _county

,; ; On Dikes AlongThe summer, business in Clewiston is Jess Allhands Appointed I yet it is the youngest city. The, unemployed Democratic Executive Committee -
steadily increasing.The 1 taken June 23rd' of Hendry county met at La;
report on
Southern Shores. Receiver CircuftI I Seed Beds Land I Belle Tuesday and elected officer!
l 1 stretch of road from Clewis By : And shows the following unemployed in
i for the coming J. H, Booth of
I ton to the Palm Beach county line Court. | Already I districts, i year. .
I Being
Efforts are being made by the is expected to be completed In about I Clewiston ................................ ...' ........ 5''I;LaBelle was elected airman atod;
Flood Control Board to additional H. A. Rider. I..
secure two months. This' will depend upon The Clewiston Building Material Prepared. LaBelle .(Town), ............................ ... 24 secretary. Hurd
:.,f"';' : funds to carry on the work the weather and the arrival of mat Company in ,' ,- Outside LaBelle ..,......".....3 ...........,'.. 14 r Reeves, state committeeman, made a,
placed the
I _
'. A fleet of large trucks has arrived, W. Whltehurst this morning 'at Fort Lake Okeechobee are planting The above reports shows that Fort
learned today. in Clewiston and are being used to, seed beds and preparing lands for Denaud and Felda have no unem t "It is' time for. the democrats of
Myers. Henderson and Franklin, representing
Tony Young, State Senator and move the material from the railroadto fall planting. With local showers at ployed. This mig. it be credited to I Hendry county to organize and pro.
the creditors asked for the
Secretary of the Flood Control Board the part of the road under con least twice a week conditions are the fact that these sections of Hen- I tect the party and its name In the
t t} .Is in Jacksonville, conferring with struction.The -" receivership 'on a friendly basis. The improving for the harvesting of a dry county are composed of farmers south," stated Mr. Reeves. With the
W. I. Evans, for the board. old National Bank of Fort Wayne, I months'off
attorney will large fall of beans and who the November election only a few
completion of this road crop peppers or cattle men are busy entire -
Ind., J. B. Parker Book and Music
The validation of the $2,000,000 bond I
Veduce the traveling time to West this season. Clewiston' section had year.FIRST. the committee is expected to be
Store of Fort Myers and the' Frank
I J issue is- also being worked out by busy during the next few;
Palm Beach, from here, considerably. 2.75 inches of rainfall during the kept
; the secretary and attorney. tin: Hardware' Co. and The Mine and week. weeks.It .

The dredges Caloosahatchee and .Mill Supply Company of Lakeland ease FLIGHT IN
filed the suit against the company. W. C. Hooker and J. E. Beardsleyare was pointed out that the regis
i Florida have been at work lepaiiing COUNTY VALUATION
Material : preparing seed beds and preparing tration books were now open and
The Clewiston Building
: the dikes along the southern shores
! land for' early planting Some LEGION TOURNAMENT all democrats that have not registered
Company has been' the purchasing
during the past month. An emergency
IS NOW $2,210,000 Com beans have already been planted are requested to do so'at the
: '. fund of $40,000 for this work was agents for the Southern Sugar i

i raised by the boards several months pany. The receivership will In no while transplanting. of peppers COMPLETED THURS. earliest possible moment.
has been in for the past The meeting adjourned and will
effect the Southern Com- progress
this Sugar
[ ago and it has been found that 31 MILLS' LEVIED way I
! :, amount is insufficient to complete pany which was' placed in the handsof week. Market conditions at this sea- meet again at the call of the chairman -

the necessary work. receivers by the ''Honorable Geo. son of the' year indicate ,that the Thirty-Two Players Be- .

! With the lake level at eighteen six" W. Whitehurst several weeks ago.J. fall crop will bring a good price:

\ : and all locks closed there is no pos- Commissioners Approve G. Allhands, who has been manager The Everglades section will fur- gin In First i Flight HOSE VALUED AT

:;: sible way to lower the lake at the Tax Roll ReductionBy of the Clewiston Building "Material nish a considerable amount of winter This Week.The $200 COSTS $101,800In

present time. Engineer Elliott of the Assessor. Company was appointed re- vegetables this year and with the
:1. '. Everglades Drainage Board stated I ceiver with Roy B. Stubbs.. attorneyat new tariff In effect local growers 1925, at Milwaukee, Wis., Michael -
d Fort \ Should realize profit. first round matches of the Cudahy sold a horse for $1 800.
that the locks could not be opened Myers.LOCAL i a good
:: I In compliance with the Florida American Legion golf tournamentwere to his life-long friend, John T. Johnston -
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at this time and that by opening thewater
:laws the county commissioners met played Thursday afternoon. Asserting that the animal was

)Ij in locks the it lake would but not cause reduce an the overflow at LaBelle Thursday and reviewed PRO TELLS HOW TO PLAY I I I Twenty four players were in the first I "no good", Johnston sued Cudahy.

I the tentative budget prepared by the round with twelve of them going into After a 5-year fight in the courts,

: along item from the canals the Palm according Beach to, Post.a news f,clerk for the year 193031. The as- THE LOCAL GOLF COURSE IN PAR the next rounds. The losers of the I costing the men $100,000, the valueof

sessment roll was also received from : first flight will be paired in a consolation the animal has been adjudged at

t Tax Assessor Hurd L. Reeves. The I I flight and begin play- Sun 7 $2 00. The horseBUSINESS died 2 years ago.
l L SCOUTS DEFEAT valuation of Hendry county was Hole No. 3, 135 yards, par 3. beautiful shot all the way, so he day.The i
set at $2.210,000 which is a decreaseof Good tests the wind and finds I looks up, instinctively he knows that following is a complete score

l MOORE HAVEN IN $590,000 over last :year. This will that it is blowing almost straight he is going to top the shot so he! of Thursdays playing: !' MEN HOLD
assure local tax payers reduction. I Shelley won over White. Brackenover
across from left to right: so he takes bears down and cuts right under the
0 in their 1931 taxes. his No. 6 iron and plays for the ball. it pops up 'in the air and landsin Crane, Plunkett over Wilson I MEETING TUESDAY

FASTBALL GAME The millage has not been set but trap on the left side of the green, the drink, ground rules allow him (Default), Cole over Hall, Heard I

after a careful examination of the taking care that his hands guide the to re-tee the ball with a loss of distance over Kelly (Default), Deam over AT: WATANABEPlans

expenditures for last :year the com club head straight at the trap. i| only, this time he hits the I, Jackson (Default)', Alston over Stew-

Score Seven To Two; missioners agreed on a tentative The ball goes_ true until it reaches ball squarely and it sails right over .art. Story over Bestor (conceded),

; Hooks Pitches Fine i I millage of 31 mills. This will not be the top of its flight when the wind I water, green and all. He plays back : Hackett over Morgan, Barker over Federal

\; I I levied for several days and the bud- catches It and it floats over andlands with his mashie and rolls clear:: I Puryear ((9 holes, 2 up). To Hasten

Game For Locals. get will be studied by the commissioners almost dead on the green the I' across the gleen but manages to get The four remaining, matches will Work On Lake Are

I i I again before the millago is customary two putts give Good hiS' down with two putts. I be completed In time for Sundays Discussed. .

The Boy Scout base ball team or. levied.If par three. play. Sundays play will be between
Mr. T is, back with us and due to -
Clewiston defeated the Moore Haven the 31 mills are levied the revenue When playing short shots with ; Mowry vs. winner BoggsEzellematch.
the practice he had on No. 7 last week I i The Clewiston Better Business:
Boys in a fast ball game on the from the above valuation will lofted clubs, care must be given to Shelly vs. winner H. & V'I
i with his mashie and Men's Association met at the Watanabe -
local diamond Sunday. The local boys give the commissioners $68,510.00 to the selection of the club, as. a shot ,, whales into one Blate. Bracken vs. Plunkett.' Winner '
had suffered defeat at the hands of work with next year. Tjhe( present when plajed Into the wind will drop I the miracle happens, he hits the ball Barker-Puryear vs. winner YehowinePaikinson. Hotel Tuesday night. After the'regular

i the Moore Haven Scouts twice !n. i board of county commissioners spent almost straight down, with very little on the up swing and its starts out Cole vs. winner Duff- I I business was disposed of a
on a line just clears both water hazards Noles. Heard Deam. Alston vs. general discussion of county and Everglades -
the the vs.
past mouth. i approximately $195,000.00 during roll, whilo the same shot played i
and bounces and skips right on affairs was made by those'present.
: Hooks pitching for the local scouts past year. There will be approximately with the wind will not only have Story. Hackett. vs. Owen. I I
!i held the Moore Haven boys In check I $ OOOO.OO on hand when the more carry, but will roll considerably the green. I Pairing for consolation flight: : The local merchants ex-In

throughout the game, turning eleven new board takes over the county affairs more. With a cry of joy and a gleam In Loser H. & V. Blate vs. Jackson,' pressed a feeling of confidence

of the batters away by the strike out the first of January. A small Ninety tries to reach the green i his eye he rushes over the bridges I I Yenowine Parkinson vs. Wilson, the future business conditions of

: i; route. Earl White played a fine I I (revenue will come from the state with his No. 6 but he knows that he and Instead of waiting his turn to I II I White vs. Duff-Noles, Hall vs. Stew Clewiston. A plan was discussed to

Ii;1 game behind the bat and with his gasoline tax. will have to get all he can out of I play, he putts and putts and putts, .art, Crane vs. Biggs, Barker-Puryear hasten work on the federal project
I i
in fact, he emulates the weel known Boggs-Ezelle, Morgan vs.. Jeffries !! on lake Okeechobee. A member ot
brother at second very few of the I I this club to do it, so he puts all he vs. consulted
will be
Moore Haven boys attempted to THE WEATHERDate has Into the shot and pulls it away ,outboard motor and finally winds up' Kelly vs. Bestor. the Flood control Board
by the President, G. V. Hud-
steal. off to the left In the rough. Taking with a five. hewill
-' this matter and
;;M. Hare, Guthrio and Nail played well Max. MIn. Rain his' niblic he makes a nice recovery There may be some sceptical people LAKE LEVEL son, regarding of

.I l in the infield. The local boys made July 31 ................ 94 70 .... and Is on the far side of the green who don't think you can four -. report at the next meeting

I --_ seven hits and stole seven bases. Ed A ug, 1 ................... 93 71 .31 two putts give him a four. putt No. 3 green, but with Its slopes July 31 ...............................................:. 18.7 the association.
Butler is in charge of the Scout team Aug. 2 :.,...::.......... 92 72 .07 Century takes his mid-iron and and mounds it presents a different August 1 .................,..?......".............. 1S.7 I I Jim Beardsley explained the

and is developing some real ball Aug. 3 .....,....;....... 97' 72 .96 tees his ball up high, planning to'i problem from every location. One of August 2 ............................................ 18.7 Loan plan of lending money to't

J players 3 ............................................ 18.7 Everglades farmers. The idea was
among Clewlston'g young Aug. 4 .................. 94 72 .... hit it on the up swing and get the i the most successful methods of figuring -I August

", base ball players. Aug. 5 ........ ......:: 93 72 .... height and distance necessary to the angles of a sloping puttis August 4 ..:- ........................................ .18.S soyto t

._ The local boys will play Pahokco Aug. 6 ?.;.? .......... 92 68 1.39 reach the green._ I to start at the hole and figure I(Angus* 5 ...................... ............. ....... 1S.S ,I

here Sunday at 3 o'clock. Total rain ............?>..............;..;? 2.73 Of course he. wants to see that I 'your way back: to where the ball Is:August G..... ................. .... ..... 18.8 by the local committee. '




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THE CLE\VISTOI. I EWS I young community a great crowd was usually reacts against the good citiZen I. piece of meat that lodged in his awarded Guess $500.

? on hand to see the new city officials and in favor of the criminal. World-Wide Sittings I: throat, Fierce Jenkins, of Princeton, i!

Published every Friday at installed.The They know that simplification and J Ind.. ran from a restaurant and fell I Ito Miami Beach-Station WlOD will

old city council was on hand: speeding up of tho machinery of law the pavement, dislodging the
spend $10,000 for
Clewiston, Florida. construction of new
and they sat about in deep mourn- is vital to crime reduction. Yet nothing By Universal .News ServiceIn I piece of meat. buildings and installation of addi-

LOUIS A. MORGAN .. Publisher; ing wailing for the downfall of their is accomplished. :
,, order that our readers might 1I 1--- tional facilities for expansion. 01)
community, while the tramp eat Organized public demand can do
have a gllmphe of happenings over I operator gave him the i ..
Entered at the Postoffice at Clew- the spoils. After to the that
around waiting for much remove causes '
I connection
the wrong George Bacarisse,
Country during each week we NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE
Istoii Florida< as second class l matter. reviewing the past history of the malce for crime and to break up the have bought the Universal News Ser i of Houston, Texas, stepped<.1 away I II

beautiful community and how they affiliations that protect criminals.And .
SUBSCRIPTION RATES 'j' vice. This service will come ti you [I I several feet from the telephone,
One Year ..... ........... .. .............. $2.50 'had worked to make a productive< at the same time the public, If each week enl after a careful review j I i pistol and sent several bullets into and by virtue of the final decree
I' country out of a barren section of it is to be successful;. must likewise I the box. entered In the Circuit Court in and
Six :Months .... ............................. 1.:;;) we believe that this feature will for Hendry
the state the mayor Introduced Mr. demand simplified. enforcible laws County, Florida, in a
Three Months ? .,,...., ,..,,.. ? .75 wrongdoers prove Interesting to our many read- cause therein pending wherein JamesW.
Sharp to the community and gave that will punish without U. S. Government
ers. authorities say Scott
and Flora
; ; I A. Scott are
ADVERTISING RATES him the officials records and the keysto penalizing. .good citizens. that the average income of a Chicago Complainants and S. L. Lang and

-Forty-fre cents 1ter.Inch.. No discount the city hall. --- A bee gangster in the Al Capone class, others! are defendants, I will offer
for: plates. No special position I Mr. Sharp rose at this point and PAYING _THE PENALTYA 'Katalenich.' proved< fatal to Thomas is $300,000 a year-about four times for sale and sell to the highest and
of Grand
told the -Ledge, :Mich. best bidder for cash at the
in his flowery language peo- wontdoor
guaranteed. AH advertising copy salary of the president of the
(I ple of the community how he had few more people .have learned United States. !!I of the Court H( usc;:, in LaBelle,
must be In this office on Wednesdaybefore Harry Leadley. of Hendry County, Hot':Ma the
Wyoming Ill Is on .1st
j. struggled along to keep: alive. The that It is better policy to make all I I
issue of paper. paralyzed, as a result of being bit- day of September, 1930, during tho
,-- I hardships he had encountered along facts in. a calamity public rather ten by a kitten. _His neck tightly wedged betweentwo legal hours of sale, the following. described -

the paths oflte.. How every mi"nwas than to attempt to cover up and< property, to-wit:
of a small tree into which ,
Love Faith and I
Hope, Charity entitled to a living, something ; avoid "unfavorable publicity." Camp Lot 24 in Block 156 of Clewiston,
I he was thrown when the horse he
For stealing four from'-
to eat, and a bed upon which. to lay Zakelo, a summer camp for boys in"ivfai'iic cents Hendry County, Florida, .
--_..._ shrine was riding stumbled, William Berts- said
Howard Sharp's attack on theyr in Japan. Estara Koga, 62 property together 'with appur-
_-...._ hIs tir ea v ,. men wlt,' Misinformed the, publlo after
,. ilt the :
tit. ,, chin of Lancaster Ohio then
Subgar -- : J r. years old, was sent to prison for 2 was. being and< there sold
. -_.I dst! Company 1 tW e I MvetcT his followers. were the same the death.f.-Al.:; 1'Lassraan and< now is 1.2 years. ,.. .. led to death. I in accordance with and to satisfy

is one of the most damaging piecesof type of men as himself. He explained paying a heavy prfcG:;.....ror;J its Olly. .r..r ---. r----... I said decree, together with ,costs' of

publicity I have ever read in a that on his first day In the Lassman, former all-Amerlcat-f: t I ; -I said-sale.! __ ______-'''''-_- __

Florida newspaper. Yet Mr. Sharp Is community the mayor had turned ball player of New York University, Canals, now in process 'of building, Eighty-eight canaries in the home This the 31st clay of July''ilts0.

one of' the Everglades' oldest news him away from his front door and was drowned when he presumablyfell to be completed in 1932. will- irrigate of S. E. Guess, of Atlanta. Ga.,; were B. A. BALES, Special Masterin

paper men and should know more 400,000,000 acres of desert land i iIndia. killed when the heating plant emit- Chancery. I
invited him into the kitchen to eat authoritiesgave
freer a canoe. Camp J. M. COUSE, Solicitor for Complain
ted gas. Guess sued the man who installed .
about local conditions in this district J
his meal. He explained'ho \" he created the impression that he was out ants. :
I < the heater and the court has :1
Those who
than any other resident. : the idea of showing the -ma'or alone at the time. Subsequent Investigation Aug"ust8152229 i

know Mr. Sharp and read his paper that even if he did own all the land by the state showed that ho The U. S. Forestry Service refor- -- .

realize that he is a radical along cer- esled 111,175 acres of government ..
and was providing work for the people had three boys of the camp' with'bi !

tain lines. I have often listened to_' and increasing the valuation of n, and that he lost his life after land in the' past year. p "_ '

stories of his past life and he he could not get along
their property saving them from drowning.

can tell them in the most interest- ( without the help and assistance. of Had-these facts been given out at The oldest retired< U. S. A. officer t ::1m E 'V )I @ IL E 11' ANN I I @ 1IJ N O/

ing and fascinating way. I remember the men who were tramping about on record is Major John V. Lauder-
the time, little wiuld have been pub,
on one occasion he related the dale aged 98 years, living In Brook-
the country for a living. -
lished about the matter Other than

following narrative to me which After giving the mayor and< the the facts of Lassman's life and death. i lyn. N. Y. ILLXF .
sounds considerably like the publicity _
city council a good lesson on Hope But the officials evidently i I
camp .
he gave the Southern Sugar. Company Love and Charity Mr. Sharp rct- R.' G. Baskell, of Bridgeport. Conn, -

last week.It turned the keys: of the city hall to would feared result that if "harmful they let it be publicity"known ; likes shell fish. On a wager, he ate -rn\ T-rwVl', ? : : W :. .Dy..If g EW: : .S .

seems that in Mr.\ Sharps earlier the mayor and explained that he and 124 clams in 20 minutes and asked VI-V;! ;
that three of their bofs had been In i
days he did considerable time tramp- his gang' did not desire to live in for more.A .

ing over the country. The old printers anyone place. That he hoped this danger.reporters Strong from guards getting kept into newspa-the -.... I q t Jj9,(

used< to move from city to city them would per liquor raid ended suddenly in'
lesson that he had given and finding out about the

securing ,work wherever they foundan always be remembered and that they camp ter until the state took a hand.The mat-I Shawanee county, Kansas, when 'police -

opening. It'was while on one of were leaving as their work was don opene ,a beehive, thinking it

these trips In the middle west, that for the season' old-time press agents were might contain rum. .

he dropped from a freight: train near It is now presumed that Mr. Sharp hired to keep things out of 'newsp'apel's. .
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the water tank, (this being the palce Public corporations and others
will return the Everglades to Mr. The Soviet Society of- Militant
most left these have discovered that truth and frank
where tramps
Dahlberg after giving him. the same; Atheists of Russia, announces that
freights) where he found quite a few ness pay big dividends< in their relations -
lesson on Love, Hope, Faith andI < 3,500,000 persons are enrolled in its
members of'his gang already on 'I Charity. mlth the public through the membership.As .

hand.< They had gathered in this vicinity 1: ntwspapers-, Only" the inexperiencedtry .,' I I SL q IL., y r. fAtl I i.iV

to harvest the wheat crop. to cover up.-Miami Herald.
What Is a Low Cost Road? a result of grafting, an apple
Mr. somewhat decided -
Sharp being lazy
tree owned by F. :A. Good< of Fred
that he would call upon some There are no boarder cowsin tho "
At the present time many: of ,our erlckton, Canada bears, 65 varieties
of the local citizens for a meal the barn when there are milk scales in '
states have started on intensive .sec- r;>f apples. .
next day. Selecting one of the most the milk House.
ondary 'road building programs designed i'
al -
stately houses in the community,
to provide agriculture with Hartley E. DeGerald, 11 years old< p
and one that would in all 1 probability Palni Beach-This city to have
year-round contact with its markets of ,Chicago, is on a two month's tour,
provide him with a good meal he approached $200,000 post office building .
through the-,medium! (paved:weatherproof alone, to the West Indies and South e f ?
the front door: He gently
highways. : > .,' America. '
knocked on the f '

opened by a motherly woman: with Obviously, secondary roads of this I _--.::.,_ the Chevrolet Six equipped with beautiful De Luicwlrewheel' : .. :: .'I ,

-grey hair. Realizing that the community type cannot be constructed< ,by the New Comfort To A mirror is provided is every cell. ::-at no additional cost! Designed especially for

same' expensive methods as main of all prisons for women in England Chevrolet, these heels: give an added touch of individualityto
was infested with tramps at
Automobile Bodies Elijah Denton, of Sallisaw, Okla., I a car already famous for its stylish, modern Leauty.
this season of the year she called ilglrways.: Yet they must be practical -

her husband to the door to answer and long-wearing. Too many localities was shot and killed< by his .14-'ear-1 A I'nractiof. fs2 r&ciiE And now comes the insulated automobile" old son after Denton had severely .
any questions that lIe might: ask. have considered first cost In addition, Chevrolet now makes available a wide choice : '
body, protected like a fine whipped the boy. .
Standing with his hat in hand Mr. only in designing so-called "low cost of new color _combinations on all models-colors that arc (\[

Sharp explained that he was tramping roads," disregarding the equally Important house, from heat, cold and noise. '-. rich and, distinctive. Come in today! .-4 iJ

over the country and< was with factor of maintenance.A The insulation is not the kind that Attempting to.. go over Niagara The Sport Roadster,i5!:o Rf .',.DS1imTile Cl;h Sedan:: .'.$665 ( ;,-t

study by Washington State College goes around spark plug wires, but Falls in a steel barrel, George Str.t: The Coach. .. .. .X,5 cc}' lAETON The S;dan.I ,..;.. '.' .S675rCCoupe .d
out 'funds and food. He asked for a -: -. t) 29 '""
discloses that tire' id. fouror thermal insulation that bars the ,pas- hakis: 46 years old, of Buffalo, N. Y., '. ... . .rj5 G :"'- (?;, '.T.1. ..:. .. J1]-'rd ".;'
meal and was told to to the back wear .. ) ';' {
go The Sport Coupe. 5655 it fi Q J on Special Sedan) -
; .
sage of heat, and cold, and sound died of suffocation. .
five times crushed
door," as no tramps were allowed to as great on X
rock bitumi- insulation that, shuts out noise. Usedon All prices I.o. b. Flint Michig ""l
and gravel roads as on
come to the front door for food. Mr. :
the dash panel which separatesthe Because of a slump in the number:
nized surfaces. Iowa
and a report by
Sharp's pride was hurt, but being
: motor from the passenger com- of American tourists business of European >
gasoline con :
hungry he went around the house CLEWISTON MOTOR COMPANYSIXCYLINDER
and received: his meal in the kitchen sumption to be 25 per cent higher.In partment, this material shuts out hotels and resorts ,is about ..

addition, maintenance costs of engine heat and sound far more ef- 25 per cent less than last summer.
instead of the dining room where
fectively than can any ,thickness ot .
gravel or rock are often excessive. -
the other guests the
always enjoyed< AT LOW COST
metal. Louann Barkdoll, 2 years old, of SMOOTHNESS .
hospitality of the home. i Though suchroads are cheap in the

first place they are not entitled to The adoption of insulation boardin Waynesboro, Pa., fell 20 feet from a

After enjoying an unusual meal, the classification, (,"lo\v cost." the construction of automobile' balcony to the hard surfaced yard

consisting of the cream of the country bodies follows its coming into gen and, escaped without a 'scratch to "
(this It has been the general experience
being the home
mayor's or
eral use in good homes during the her body.. .
one of the wealthiest'men in the that an asphaltic oil road surface is ., ,
'ten and its recent
past years, more -
city) he returned to the business the most efficient, economical and< ,\ .. .
appropriation by leading airplane! For having caught 105 fish illegally ::?: .< .
best wearing dollar in rural
section and called at the per com
newspaper manufacturers to protect passengersin _T. J. Chabot, a Nashua (N. H.)
office. Here he easily secured workas munities. Initial cost is .somewhat
their cabin planes from cold and fisherman, was fined $5' for each fish
a printer, as this was election higher than gravel or rock and< maintenance -
noise. and $9 for court costs, a total of $534.
time in the city. While working in cost lower. The savings il

gasoline consumption. tires and First of the. leading automobiles to
the back room he noticed that large wear
posters were being printed regard- and tear on vehicles will often more adopt insulation board as an inte- The Drueding Bros. Co., manufacturers MAKE YOUR SELF AT HOMEROOMS

of leather goods, Philadelphia
Ing the mayors race. After examining than pay for the difference in a gral part of body construction is

short time. General Motors' line of new Buick Pa., have set aside a $1,000.000fund
these cards he foundthat the .
man. running for mayor was the same Farms must have year-round loads.< Eights. In ,these cars, the engine is < for the care of their' aged and

Every state should carefully investigate effectively shut off from the passenger ailing employes .
man who had given him a meal A FEW CHOICE

earlier in the day (but now in the to find the surface material that space by three-quarters of an
inch of Celotex cane fiber insulation By a tax levy on all unmarried<
usual way he entertained his guest). the best results for the lowest ARE NOW AVAILABLE.REASONABLE .
placed on the back side of the steel' in Germany, government of- ,
'The Idea of putting this man in his cost over ,a period of, time. persons '. .
dash panel. This not only prevents ficials of that country expect to collect .
place as Mr. Sharp explained< came .'.- --; '
to him. Active Public Demand Needed passage of motor heat backward< but $25,000,000; to' help wipe out an ; .
: <"\ ::: > '
also stops transmission of soul from existing deficit.At '' ',. ". '
That Might when he returned to RATES : ': '
the motor to passengers.
his regular sleeping place which was The failure of the :United Statesto r- ,' ., :
East Liverpool, Ohio police are
at the water tank with the other make headway against the organIzed '
ANNUAL LAND OWNERS .. seeking boys who punctured G9 au- :< )> '" SURROUNDINGS
tramps, he told, them: of Ms experience forces of the underworld has MEETING DISTON ISLAND ; : ...: HOMELIKE
tomobile tires with ice picks while -
demonstrated the fallacy of attempt : l> :
and he explained the following DRAINAGE DISTRICTThe -1": .
plan to them: ing to control crime by additional the cars were parked in the town'sbusiness .

district. '
He was to be selected to run for legislation. annual land owners meetingof t1TRY '

the office of mayor against' his benefactor There are two
and several other tramps were the crime problem. One is, social- will be held at the Court House in While the- citizens of Coatepec, .

made of the mental. Moore Haven, Florida< on September Mexici: prayed for relief from recent
selected to up causes; physical -
run for the various offices
.5, 1930, at 3:00: o'clock P. M. rains 'cloudburst flooded the
in the city council. At this sea- educational and economic, that One of the purposes of this meet- heavy a
village, killing all live stock and destroying < -
son of the year there was a great breed criminals.The ing is to elect a member of the '

number of men In the city harvest- other is political. During the Board of Supervisors of said district. growing crops and homes. HOTEL -
ing the crops of wheat, but were not last few years there have been many '
Board of Supervisors. The Reading (Pa.) Post, Veternas
legal residents, of the community. revelations showing the amazing con- J. M. Couse, Secretary.:
Foreign Wars entertained at a
of ,
They were all in favor of ruling the nections between officials and gang- ,Aug. S-15-22
banquet, 42' soldiers, now residents -
community and agreed with Sharp's sttrs In our great cities. Political protection .
of Reading who 'fought in the
plan. The next day he 'announced and graft have often made< NOTICEIn
German Army during the World War; THE'WATANABE HOTEL
his candidacy and also that of his justice impotent. '

friends. On election In the face of all this reformers
our Compiled General Laws of Florida Fruit Market
Lake CItp-l\1Yl'tIe
tramps went to the
thier polls and cast keep to their dogged course of NOTICE is hereby given that the under new management. MRS. CLAUDE DOWNS, Manager. .
voes.They were In the majority attempting to pass more laws. Un- registration books of Hendry county

and elected Sharp and his gangas biased persons know that the very will; be open at the officeof the'' Supervisor

mayor and other officials of the volume of laws now on the statute of Registration of Hendry Slowly chocking to death on a
community. county, Florida. In the Court House
books, surrounded< by red tape and of said county on the first Monday 9 o'clock a. m. to 12 a. in. and from : : = :: =-= :: ,

In about a week the new city officials technicalities, had made It possiblefor I in August, 1930, and on 'thursday, 2 o'clock p. ni until 5 p. m. for the .

were to be installed in of thousands of criminals of all degrees Friday and Saturday of each week registration of electors. .... --' -- --. .

fice. This being one of the most important to' evade punishment. They thereafter until the second Saturdayof ALICE C. BAILEY, SupenisorRegistration -

affairs in' the life of the | know that the month proceeding the day of Hendry. County, Flor
prohibitory legislation
the general election in 1930, from ida. Aug. S-15 J -- --- -- :: >





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I cease. lapsed, and convert it.V State Chamber of Commerce at Its -
t : VETERANS TO" nection with the project should be
I' BROUGH ADVISES (b) A minimum rating of 25 per (b) Refund of all unearned pre- meeting held In Tampa on Saturday present Saturday to obtain the Information .

centum is allowed for arrested tu miums allowed. last The conference Is scheduled for to be given and to help per
: FOLLOW THEIR CASES THROUGU berculosis in combination ratings. Section 304. Amended. to conform' 2 p. m. In the Orlando Chamber of fect the permanent body to handle

: Section 202. (Subdivision 10.) (a) i to Section 301. Commerce auditorium. 6 tho matter."

. 9' WHEN SEEKING COMPENSATION The period of Spanlsh-American'War Section 307. (a) Insurance policies Every community In the state Interested

defined as between April 21,1898, and I made incontestable from date of Issuance in the home has been urgedto Workmen breaking up a concrete

July 4, 1902, to coincide with the conversion or reinstatement have Its representatives presentat wall at San Dimas, California, found
.... except for fraud, this for the of
pension act. non-payment of meeting purpose a live frog Imbedded in the hardened
Section 200 amendment will be
"Follow your own case throug l" as premium or where the participating in the formation of
(b) Contract surgeons serving overseas person was a 'I mass of ,cement laid 2 years
I Is the advice given by T. Gay'Brough follows: during Spanish-American War not a member of the military or naval permanent committee to handle the I ago. The men said the frog's body
s World War veterans seeking compensation No of Men !
to are granted hospitallbatlon for non- forces.b project for Florida. All Information was somewhat translucent, but other
, under the new pension I Year Benefitted Cost service connected disabilities. ( ) Bureau prevented from raising that has been gathered by the Ways wise normal, and it hopped away
: bill recently signed by President 1931 .156,000 $25,282,000 I Section 202 (Subdivision 15)) Pensions plea of estoppel In connection with and Means Committee will be avail- from the site :without aid.
Herbert Hoover. Mr. Brough has 1932 289,000 55,289,000 j for disability may be evaluated suits on original contracts of insur- able to the meeting in preparation
been chairman of 1933 327,000 68,649,000 I I because of briefs to be used In connectionwith
I appointed service combined with compensation pay ance of subsequent rein- France is celebrating the 100th an.
;- the sixth district, and it is in this ',,1934 350,000 74,104,000 I statement or conversion. sites offered.
ments. niversary the invention
I. of the. sew
r. capacity that he makes this state-I'I'r. 1935 380,000 80,570,000 I Section 206. Repealed. Required (c) Insured allowed to make claim I Herman A. Dann, of St. Peters- ing machine.
The amount paiddependent's
Section 201. (a) r
I ment. father and mother shall submission of evidence for compen- under a former policy burg. chairman of the Stat.e' Cham
,Mr. Brough motored to Jacksonville sation claims prior to April 6, '1930. | (d) Recovery prevented on more ber of Commerce Way and Means
than month.
less $20 a
not be
I last Monday to confer with the I Section 209. Repealed. Required applications than one policy. Committee, who has taken an active
determination of
b The date of
( )
head of the United States Veterans' for compensation be filed Section 311. Where insured Is totally part in gathering the necessary data:
shall be the anniversarydate .
!f bureau, and also to talk with the dependency before April 6, 1930. disabled for four consecutive to secure the home for Florida, em- kg
of original
: state service officer of the American Section 210. Amended to prevent months, total and permanent dis :phasizes the importance of all inter
Mr. discussed fifty- (c) Bodies of deceased veterans 1 In ested communities being represented
Legion. Brough payment of compensation for any period -.ability benefits to be payable. i
i five local cases with these men. and shall be transported free from: national prior to June 7, 1924. This | sured must apply for these benefits at the meeting here on Saturday.__ .

"I ; ;i upon returning to 'Fort Myers said homes to places of burial.. amendment would save the Govern- .I and director will determine the | "This gathering". says Mr. Dann,

f ; that in nine out of ten cases, both (d) Flags furnished free to drape ment $25,000,000 or more in retroactive amount of monthly premium. | "will set up the machinery to bring

:1. In Fort Myers and other small cities caskets of all veterans. compensation payments, which I| the home to Florida and in doing GO
I! ad-
had discovered that Section 202 (Subdivision 3.) An the thing is that all sections
::1 he. consulting I would be otherwise payable under paramount
.: physicians have kept no records of ditional $25 per month shall be paid rulings of the Attorney General and REPRESENTATIVESTO of the stae get-to-gether. work
for the loss of the use of a creative and definite
veterans since the veteran's des General without the lu harmony present a
the Comptroller
;1 charge from tho service. organ or of one or more feet or hands inclusion of this amendment. GATHER IN program of what Florida has to of- THE CLEWISTON

; "Furthermore, there are many men from an injury received in active fer the Board of Managers of the
I I service In line of duty between April Section 212. (a) War risk death LAUNDRY CO.Let .
who claim they cannot receive a National Home in its selection of a
6 1917 and Nov. 11, 1918. For the compensation payable where death ORLANDO SAT.
pension, but in most cases it merely i site. our washing and Ironing give
this date is extended occurs after June 7, 1924.b .
forces In Russia
with information in
Is because they haven't presented "In keeping
soft-collared shirts the dressed-
amend- ( ) Claim for compensation your
to April 1, 1920. These continued Chairman Dann,
their cases to the government, Mr; hand, .
Brough pointed out. ments are desired to cover particular deemed a claim under both war risk Cities Seeking Soldiers "the state has been divided into four up appearance that you like so well.
insurance and World War Veterans'Acts Perfect'
You'll notice the difference.
,"The American Legion expects to amputations. Home To SendDelegates districts. This territorial arrange-
work in co-operation with physicians ]I Section 202 (Subdivision 5.) The and subsequent amendments ment will be discussed at Saturday'smeeting Snow-white laundering of every ar

r in keeping records of all cases"of I I word "constant"- stricken out in connection thereto. : and the permanent organI-

" ex-service men," the service officer I with the "words need of Dependency Allowances zation force will be made to cover
Ii nurse or attendant. Section 214. (a) Permits paymentof A ticle.CLEWISTON
concluded. I Statewide conference of all communities the various points necessary to gather
allowances where an
i Following Is a summary of the Spanish' War Period dependency : Interested in the establishment the bids for the home. Indications
r :new veterans' pension bill, reproduced !I Section 202 (Subdivision 7.) (a) insane veteran has disappeared.b of the branch of the National I are that all sections of Florida are LAUNDRY inc.EL .

.; from "The National Tribune Where insurance and compensation ( ) Broadened from "wife", child, Home for Disabled Volunteer Sol- preparing bids. These bids should be PASO AVE.&J SAN BONITA, ST.
j payments have accumulated above or children" to "dependents. diers will be held in Orlando desires of
and the Stars and Stripes, organ of on 'made to conform with the
. the. United States war veterans: $3,000 in the estate of an insane Section 301. (a) Recovered perma- Saturday, August 9, in accordancewith the Board to select the site, there- CLEWISTON FLORJDA

I Provisions of New Law hospitalized veteran, without dependents nent, and total cases allowed to re- action taken by the Ways and fore, representation from all com

, I The provisions of the new law fol- the 20 monthly payment shall Instate war Risk insurance which has Means Committee of the Florida munities seeking recognition in con- flfour Snow lee Laundry

:, : low:
(Section numbers refer to sections

of the',World War Veterans' Act.)

Section 5. (a) Removes Comptroller ,

General from Veterans Bureau.

I: (b) ,Due ,regard shall be given .to

,. lay and other evidence not of a medical .
ti s., '. nature. -' .
: VS -
;1' Section 10. Recreational l facilities .- :::
j and supplies authorized. 5- 45 : .
< '-
l Section 16. Premium r refunds authorized .: c-A F ,;Ss'S *

; on retroactive permanent S ; .

I I, ance.and total ratings on. war risk insur' I : I ?j V.- V V V : .S :. : '

:.' .
Section 19. (a) Authorizes the ... rr '4a. Y
;': 31'v .'. .' '. 1"1'" I
I courts .as part of the judgment on ; -'tr

. insurance suits to direct a refund of ; : ; 5, ... <:

; premium ,. : i.I y i'i ': I i;: :: $ i : .lr ::>.;
(b) Extends the' time for bringing i 4 : ) -r '* : : :

.. ,.
suits on insurance claims for one '" t. .' .1"r': e k,. 4 'i", '
f} year following; approval of this .5 -) .5., : :- :

amendatory act. _
(c) Broadens the law affecting attendance I I' f 1V ,

; I' of witnesses and attorneys 5,

travel payments, and other matters -

affecting insurance suits. I I'S \ r' % 'St

I i Section 21. (a) Where paymentsare
withheld from guardians of In-
competents or minors because of

i misconduct, these payments are authorized -

to persons having. them in

(b) Conserves handling of incom- L" 1r t'

petent's funds in event' of death.

Section 28. Authorizes director to .;' ziranttz care& ..,' $'"

. waive disallowances of $218,500 : //Uf/l/ ,

H, stnading against disbursing officers. I I'- :: t.

' ,. Section' 30. Authorized represeuta d :
: lives of service organizations may
', ..
,' "
I' inspect bureau records in behalf of ;
; -

.. claimants.Section 37. This is a new' section : thatui4adojT'

'I''j I! : added to Title I, whereby checks issued : ..
t. :.
to beneficiary which are undelivered ,; : -'! ,: .:'. : .
t shall be retained in the bureau

for three full fiscal years. ?
5 5V
i 1 Section 38. This is a new section

I I added to ,Title I, directing the Secretary -

of War to assemble in Washington

l It all medical and service records : : e

Ii of World War veterans.
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Ig New Pension Provision :" .7:,,,,r-,. ." .
I V V I .
law is .r
Section 200. The existing
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not disturbed in any particular but k
1'1'V an amendment Is added to it providing V ..,. ,' .-. i ;.:, ;', <. ; i.:; ': :
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r : S < :
disability allowances to perman- : 'f'. : : ,; .. .; <
nently disabled veterans for disabilities :',':;. -'- ....."
! not acquired In the service ,-
1! for which compensation is not payable ,Th1 -
I, :'
at the following rates: Twen r r

ty-five per cent disabled, $12 a

month; 50 per cent disabled, $18 a

month; 75 per cent disabled! $24 a / r,

month; totally disabled, $40 a month. .... r
,. To receive such payments, a Person l e/: '

I I, must have enlisted prior to .i.l. ,

i i1, Nov.. 11, 1918, served 90 days during' .
4. I i the World War, and the disability j
must not be the result of his own -

willful misconduct. Veterans are not Ml .
[! entitled to the disability allowance .fiC'' '

:"I who have paid a Federal income tax Chesterfield offers richness, aroma, satisfying 1 -rJ .

i\ for the year preceding the filing of -- flavor. X C I ,..
1 application. Compensation and allow- >4 7 y f

j I I ance may not be paid during tho -, BETTER TASTE-that's the answer; and :i ffi f'

I same period. -. that's what smokers get in Chesterfield in full .S :' 1 > JJ {)I f',
i Director Hines has stated that the I' ; )- .
, :J effect of the non-service connected est measure-the flavor and aroma of mellow r ;j V

, !I',.i disability allowances" under the tobaccos, exactly blended and cross-blended. B\;.-;;;: 'VV;,; l. .
t MadIson-Electric fans Installed in- Better taste, and milder too I j ,,:..<.,,"):,. ..... <
I i:'? '<, w ;.} :::
i/ i every room at Sis Hopkins Inn. 1930,LIOCETT&MYERS TOBACCO Co. \:\i f/..::,...':.:',.r;..N.j I' '
\\j !+48H' ; .:
V V S ; ,,,..,.
V ) :: % "
, i Cross City-Cedar Street and. Barber .-. V 'Y <.".;, : :f
I : Avenue being paved. I USGETUMYEf-SJOSACCOCO I ? j
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... 310-312 ANTHONYS INC. Dial
KELLYS --- Clematis 23121V
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317 Clematis & 21 C SPECIAL FOR MEN :


Values From :Special Purchase -
Featuring Men. and Young
'- -' $10 to $12 .,, all SlzeThese.

1 Clothing [ .trousers are 'decidedly fine in 'quality
= 'and present the latest stripe pattern effects for ,

W this coming season. Buy Now: And SAVE.. S I:

esf akes tr n p" '" ... _'_.-1 --. _.'" _... -- .. ... ..:: ....
Clothing Departmentst Floor. I;

J. ..l -.,, I j

r_ able to furnish and decorate .
your Dining and .Dancing

GJ} quality merchandise. Good: taste at The Little 1 Folks ShopMidsummer I for the Price of DlnJng"j\I"

Wo Kee's New Place I
for cost -
INCORPO HATL D: : Olive Avenue and First St.

Formerly Finder's shoe store Newly Enlarged and

Special-Quality" lot never of ladles questioned. shoes. in DELIVERY- SERVICE .,--.':.;,.,''. ..-.; : of boys and girls clearance clothing.sale Nice danctn'g Decorated floor rod popular O I

consisting of blonde. egg .,. ,.' Everything infants, we r. music at your disposal.
shell, white, brown and
and patent Cheerfully Given '' Only Chinese Restaurant in
black : : *
Palm Beach County
leather, with spike and Cuban -
Your patronage Is
heels. 1 17 Comeau Arcade_ .ap'pr ciatedWest

$ 3 95 f 11 r PELll URNITURE CO. Special attention to parties
.- .. _... Palm Beach
Telephone 6428

: ; : : SI'.rE T WEST IALM BEACH, FL.' -- ..., .., .. .-.. ...

When others fail, call us

Helen I Phillips Phone 4808Dean

& Palm Beach .-: \ I. Lumley
for .
High Class Millinery .... ::;',
MAN Radio-Electrical Laboratory, .
No 11 Fagan Arcade Join In Welcome
22- 3 Damatis Arcade Opposlt U. S. Post Office

; of the buying power of the people of the north- Parts and expert service on all makes of radios!
leading busines men of Palm Beach are invit-
West Palm Beach, Florida New and Used Radios for sale
The Clewiston and the northern Everglades to take .
Before selecting your next the opportunities offered in, these coast stores. Custom-made sets built to customers order

hat be sure and visit our shoe "J.7".h Palm Beach. Modern A. C. Radios Installed on small D. lighting. plants. _
in the sugarbowl section of the northern Ev-
store. One price-six dollars. Soutr Florida DistributorsPilot
this section a ,year round prosperity, contrasting
seasonal business on the coast, and several of Radios and Tubes Kato, Konyertters:
Menge Pumps
ine men of West Palm Beach are c_ cooperating Muckmobiles

message to the people of the Everglades., -- -::- -i-f. S !:!

are ,now in effect on the east coast and this, ii- --- '. .... ..... .... .. '"
men believe; is another factor which, will in-
Now Located at
of the Everglades communities, while good
906 South Poinsettia Palm Beach Pharmacy,
make the trip easily possible in slightly more
Near Okeechobee Road ,
a hslf from Clewision.
SdisfiJ Customers Our Best
of the business men cooperating in the message for .::.V.- -" "'.:;/ .
Local Agents ;
Telephone from the volume of. home town buying but to ,
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And Estimates Will Be of the business houses of West Palm Beach Kitchen. Kook ., ?, '.
of such articles as are not available in the
John S. Opd ,. Gasoline Stoves '. Prescription, SpecialistsTrusses

of our message" said one business 'man "is to
I spirit of cooperation; between the ,people of We also carry a full line
Estimates. ;
Beach and those i in the rich back country." of parts V f
Given 1 J'.
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910 South Dixie V V : ..:, Abdominal ,Supports

Auto Body and I PIECE GOODS SHOP, .
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i Phone 2-1763 '
us w en in town shopping. ;
< W. D. JACKSON ::; \; ;: .:. *
Have your garage notify me as I am
do your body work at the same time_ and Company 331 Clematis St.

W. E. Bock, Prop. 7 Comeau Arcade South Poinsettia

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By means of the new Shu-Gleam process" DEPT. STORE
pers of your old shoes and at the same s Inc 5-6 Post Office Arcade
ever shade you desire, regardless of their S iYLfS \
wear Datura St.
Men .
437 Datura St. Opp. J I : _'\_' Exclusive Millinery

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DAMATIS TOY t Dr. Jerome J. Ramsdell H oSlery
f .'i;.. in the paper.

Damatte Arcade Datura St. Optometrist and Optician ?
LABOI DAY IS Arcade Clematis"SL ... Lingerie
12 Post Office Arcade 306
Don't forget to enter your float In the Beach, Fla. a
Damatis Toy Shop has all kinds of West Palm Beach, Fla.
you. Tho entire territory will be Reasonably Priced

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West Palm Beach, Fla. On the lake front at 1 st. St. Jack G. Craft, Mgr.

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The women will devote their afternoons 6:15-Progress of Tick Eradication '' ''' / // '
t :., i I to sections in home improve- ,in Florida-Dr. J. V. Knapp. ,I IS T it'h 'H :n 'l ;'sf Mrs.from Atlanta J. R. Doty to her, and parents has, Mr. ana;
: many
!" g 0d / i ment, rug making, health, clothing : Progress' of Dairying on I "," ",'"" '" ',11," ,,'..'h.','.',I,'.!'I" '" .,'.," 1" " ".'" friends in. LaBelle.
; 1 foods, sewing, or basketry. Every .Small Farms in the Southeast-Roland .
1= C2CbtJ = = By George Loveland I Those
= ; Pettee playing
-'if ? ;1 body will get together for the main Turner were: Mrs.
-. -- I Bowman, Mrs.
rrlt/ ,_ I address at noon each day, and for 15-A State Vegetable and Small Bckemeyer, Mrs.
i Mrs. L'. A. :Morgan, Jr.. Phone 3G9 I: the night entertainment. The women Fit Cooperative Marketing\ Association Mrs. Wade Hampton entertained John Webber, Mrs. E. E. Edwards,

.(fit will have joint morning programs. -L. M.' Rhodes. with a shower for her sister; 1\Irs.1[ Mrs. Bauer, Mrs. Robert Moon, Mrs.

.I' George Watson at her home on Bert Obrion, Mrs. C. E, Weaver.
'S25-A Vast Pecan Marketing Co
Mr. and Mrs. Poche have returned I and Mrs. Paruelle, Miss Evelyn Par : Bridge street. Before her marriage I i Mrs. J. R. Doty, Mrs. G. W. Pettee
operative-H. Simmons.
from a ten day vacation in New Or- nell and Mrs. H. C. Jones spent Sat- Special Farm Week j last fall Mrs. Watson was Miss Anna and Mrs. Blitz Weggmann called for
8:35-Winter Cover ,
Crops l\Jalce
in Palm Bench, Laura Hedges tea. '
Jeans. urday shopping.Mr. Will Be BroadcastBy daughter of Mr.
i!i Corn Grow on My 'arm-S.. M.
U. G. Hedges of North LaBelle. | The
Dukes i rooms were tastefully deco-
: Pugh Hanson left Tuesday for Havana :\ William Dell spent Thursday State Station 8:45 Lovely gifts were presented to' rated with dwarf Royal Poncianas.
I : -What I Think About Cover
Cuba. afternoon In Palm Beach. ,His wife Corn-E. D. 11'rs.Vatson and during the evening Delicious luncheon of Avocada Salad
e Crops for Growing
who has been visiting friend there GAINESVILLE, Fla.-A week of Meeks. cake and punch was served to the toasted cheese sandwiches, celery

I I" Messers C. E. Simmons, Representative returned with him. special farm radio programs, presenting guests. Miss Lucile Hampton assisted and Bon Bons, Iced Tea. DUl' ug' the
:, Tomicello and W. H. Griffith outstanding farmers and I I Friday, August her mother, Mrs. Hampton. |
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1 11:00-The Workings of the Federal afternoon
in specialists from over Florida and the I Guests grapejulce punch was
I of Okeechobee spent Wednesday Dr. McArthur entertained a number present were: Misses Ed-
... Southeast, will be broadcast ; Farm Board-M. C. Gay served. Mrs. Carl Bekemeyer won
over Moon 'Betty
Minnie Wooten
a! Clewistou. of friends for dinner at the Watanabe -
I state radio station the I ,12:15: -Winter Flowers for' Northern high prize and Mrs. Bowman low
WRUF by Lucile, Marie. BillIe
1 Sunday. Guests included Mis i Hampton. i
i Florida Extension l\Iarkets-D. F. Whitner, Jr. score and guest A
prize. delightful
and children Agricultural Mesdames Guy Hand, Homer Hand
Mrs. Louis Morgan Sunny Turner of Tampa, Miss Mu-
; spent Tuesday in LaBelle with Mrs. riel Hanson, Dr. Ezello and Doug. in connection with the ninth an- I 12:30-The: Poultry Show in Flor- L.; M. Jennings, Jr.. Perry Hull, Em- I afternoon was spent by all and Mrs.

'.. '. A. L. Taylor Douglas of Shawano. They' motoredto nual Farmers' and Fruit Growers' I ida-Earl: Y. Brown. ery Bauer, Grover Hill, R J. Moon, I Taylor as always a charming host

Palm Beach In the afternoon to Week, held at the College of Agriculture 8:00: -The Florida National Egg Lemile ,Howard, ,Lindsey ess.
Laying Contest-E.: F. Stanton.
; Mrs J E Beardsley has returned attend the show. August 1115. Mrs. Carson, Mrs. Watson Stnllings'l
8:15-A One Man Poultry PlantC. Mrs. A. L. Taylor, Mrs M. J. Bush
from Chicago where she has been attending Music and entertainment, along Hampton.
j H. Magoon. Mrs. Frank Magill, Mrs. Phaff and
college during the past two _Mr. and Mrs. Ed Butler enter- : with the farm talks will help to
I I I 8:25-Methods of Handling Citrus Reverend Carlson attended the
2 months. tained at a weinner, roast Monday make Farmers' Week available to Lynn Yoder of, Moore Haven is
i I Cover' Crops-Louis H. Alsmeyer. Methodist Zone meeting in East Fort
night at Fisheatlng creek in l honorof every Floridan. The following talks I visiting Harry Rogers at his home
I I' 840 the Tung-Oil Grove'George.
-Managing ; Belmont Myers Thursday.
II Rober Hefinger of Miami is spending the Boy Scout base ball team. will bo given: I _
P. Hoffman
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, the week with relatives, Mr. and Guests included Misses Dan Fulford,' Monday, August 11 I
!J Miss Edith Howard and her lather -
Mrs. W. S. Harvel I'I'I' Elsie Hare_ Louise Waldron, Roberta 11:00-Opening Farmers' Week- Mr. and Mrs. Gus Padgett and
I' Roll Call Of Vets I ITo family have will leave Saturday for Birmingham :-
t George, Messrs. Marvin Pape, address by Dr. John J. Tigert. returned from a short
Ala visit Mr.\ Mrs.
to and Cy
Messrs Tom Smith and Dick Miller Walker Nail and Leland Crews. I 12:15-The Value of Health-Dr. Be Sounded From I I vacation spent in Georgia. Mr. Pad
I Miss
j Couch. Howard is Deputy Tax
spent Monday in Belle Glade r Lucile Spire Blachl). gett 19 pastor of the Baptist church. i I ,
I I Assessor and will return to LaBelle
, I A. W. Sias and Leland Crews 12:30-How Farm Women are Improving Every LateTALLAHASSEE Capital
I !in a'week or ten days.
.! @ Mrs. TV*. C. Hanson entertained at spent Sunday in Miami. Holmes County Homes- I The Queen Esther bible class of

l a delightful dinner party at her .I Ha'es. Mrs. Bettie Vaudle. {j i Aug. 5.-I t's I the Methodist' church 'will meet at -

home Thursday evening. Dancing I Mr. 1S.\ of Moore Haven,., 6:00-Training the Farm Boy-J. some time yet until Armistice Day I Ii I f the home of Mrs. Blitz Weggmann I -

, was the feature of the evening's en gupt. of Public Instruction, spent Williams, Jr. i but Florida's capital city .is getting :' Thursday.Mr. 666 .
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i tertainment. Those enjoying the party Thursday in Clewiston on busines. I 6:15-Improving: Washington Coun- ready for the celebration. ----
.. were: Mr. and 11rs.V.. P. Vaughn ty Soils-Gus York. I Governor Carlton has received and Mrs. Joe Millerof Fort Relieves a Headache or Neuralgia In

.,:. Jr.. ;Mr. and Mrs. Tom Smith, Mrs. Those attending the weekly danceat I Tuesday, August 12 ( letter from Stanley Walter Krebs of Myers, spent the week-end with Mrs. 30 minutes, checks a Cold the first
" 11:00-Address Dr. Flora Gil- j i Millers parents, Mr. and' Mrs. Homer
Belle Glade Friday night were New York, representing a national day, and checks Malaria' in three
j ':'; Cleo A. Houze Misses Evelyn Kelly, lentine. : Hand. :I II
) Mr. and Mrs. Dave Alston. Mr. and organization seeking a uniform observance v days.

1 ',' ( Bee Marshall, Muriel Hansen and ''| Mrs. J. R. Alston, Mrs. W. C. Hooker I 12:15-Importance, of Beef Cattle ,I of Armistice Day. asking I I '

f!,: :.:,, '" Frances Monroe, Messrs. Tom Shelly Misses Boncile Stone, Francis in the Southeast-Dr. Milton P. Jar- that Florida join with the other Masters Dave Stewart and Earnest 666 ALSO IN TABLETS.

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I ; '': 'Fy Pugh Han on,- Victor Elate, Herbert' McArthur.Mr. I 12:30-What the Market Wants in'j from the steps of the state. capitol. i L. Pettee .to Fort Myers Monday I

I .; ";" ,.,." ., Blate and Dr. E. J. Ezelle. Beef Cattle-H. McDowell. I I.I The plan is to have "Roll Call" I where; they, attended the Arcade

I' '-:'l;:-d'.(: ----- and jMrs. Ed Butler ,entertainedat I C:00-The Trench Silo s.V.. sounded from the steps of the na- theaare. _

;I ;. ; : Mr. and Mrs. Harry Vaughn and a dance Tuesday night for' the Greene. :[i:tional capitol Washington and every _ii r .IIY

,l : :::1'Jr'.. :, : mother Mrs. W. ,P. Vaughn, SrI t j I Boy ,Scout ball team. Those present I 1 G:15-Civic Clubs and Agriculture I 1 I state capitol in the country at. Mrs. A. L. Taylor1 was hostess

I. ,-, ',left Sunday for New Orleans where were Misses Louise Waldron. Fran- ,, in Jefferson County-E. H. FJnlay- 11 o'clock on Armistice' morning. The I Wednesday afternoon at her home in _

..::.f..:,. they will visit relatives for several tes Monroe. Betty Willits. Dan Ful son. I,! call 'would be followed by two min LaBelle, at' Bridge for Mrs. Virgil
: '- weeks. i I! ford and Messrs. Bobby Hare, Earl Wednesday, August .13 utes of silent, tribute to the nation's Bowman. ,. -
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: and Dick White 11:00: -Address Hon. E. the ----
. ; A. W. Sias, Herbert !I Doyle war dead. .Taps" would close 1 '
?.: :: Mr. Claud Downs left last Thursday : Blate, William Hooks, Hendry Storey Carlton' short but impressive service. A bug Mr. and Mrs. F. Watts Hall and

, ; t) .- for a .six weeks;: vacation He : Horace Houze. Leland 'Crews, I|I r 12:15-The Future of the Poultry' ler from each state in the Union I Master Earnest and; Miss '''Florence
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/1' .t: :will visit relatives in Ga. and Hen- Sam Woodham, Earl Crawford, Beter Industry-S. W. Henn. ", : would take part In the. central exer- : Hall spent Thursday at Fort Myers

; ',.. ;",:" dersonville, N. C. 'I'II. j Nall and Dr. Ezelle., Delicious iefreshments i,I 12:25-Growing Chicks on, Wire" -I. cise at the national capital. i; Beach. '. '
I J' -----;- I were served at a late C. Thompson. ,' {I I The plan has met with,the approval -

I. .: Mr.' and Mrs. C. A. Jackson and hour. I I 12:35-Beekeeping. in' Dixie-. J.. J.j of Governor Carlton, who has requested Mrs. Bowman is here on a visit I

, ,,:, Mrs. Claud Downs spent Wednesday r j Wilder. I' Attorney General Fred H.

I f', ..1. in Palm Beach. I Mr. J. ,J .Kerr. of Moron Cuba is I GOO-The Value of Home Demonstration Davis to see that the Tallahassee'

.. ..:':. .- ----- visiting Mr. anti Mrs. E. J. Kerr. Worlc'to a County=Mrs. D.I I post of the American Legion carry

r ;. Tom Smith spent Friday in. BelleGlade. = W. Summer. Flor 6 i?
) ', ---- out_the service on the steps of

;: .. _. ::,<: ,. .' f II III Lonnie Warren of Everglades City C:10-The Home Products Ex-- ida's capitol.:. -The governor later will i[ toPat"SAVANNAH'S .

I was a visitor in Clewiston last week.;:: change-Miss Orpha Cole. designate a bugler' to represent Florida ( r BEST t

Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Vaughn Jr., I Henry Stalls returned to Everglades I' G:20-Home IndustrIes-Miss Mary in the Washington ceremony. -

:'M' f) have moved from the Treager Courtto City with Loiinie. t .;'. E. Keown. x ,. '' I I I JO

) an apartment in the Hopkins ., ,1| 8:00-New: ideas in Grove Management COWBELLS CAUSE 'i I HOTELSAVANNAH'Rates :

. building. Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Beach have -G. A. DeVaue.j ', FOR DIBORCE

1 I gone to Daytona for a week. 1 j 15-Six Years Experience With

Mr. Barney'Thomas left Friday for ___ i 1 Crotalaria in My Citrus Grove-Earl.. In her suit for divorce, Mrs. Reginald -

\ Clearwater. Mrs. Thomas who has J. C Barrow of Sebring npent, Hartt. Brocks of West Palm Beach, .Without bath-from $1.50 upWith

'.. been 'visiting in Ashville, N. C., will Thursday in this city on business. I S:25-Value of Egg Laying Con- Fla., charges' that her husband rang :

join him there for a weeks visit with I tests to Poultrymen-Harold Irvin. cowbells and hid alarm 'clocks allover p bath-from $2.50 up .

.;'_,- relatives. Advance Farmers' : 35-The: Importance of Greed the house when she was ill witha IN EVERY ROOM '

.. :. ----- Feed to My Birds-Paul Chesley. nervous breakdown. Radio Loud Speaker. Rates posted in door .
,\? Mr. B. F. Fears and son, Walker, Week! : Reservations' 8:45-The Progress of MarketingLive
Electric Ceiling Fan, Soft Water. "
..,..'. spent Monday in Fort .Myers. Suggest Big Crowd Poultry and Eggs-F. W. Risher. GATOR NIGHT CLUB ON ;
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: ',;', Mr.. Hahn was in Arcadia-Tuesday Thursday, August 14 MOST. CENTRAL LOCATION
GAINESVILLE, Fla.-According to
)' on business. advance 11:00-Trends of Agricultural Pro GAINESVILLE, Fla.-Those who 1

',.:.",-, -- I ord crowd registration will attend possibly the ninth a rec- duction and of Population-Dr. O. E. attend Farmers' Week at'the Collegeof ', ( ;Wir-i 1 ,, '< :' ....( '- '"

: Mr. C. J. Gonterman, of St. Louis, annual Baker. August 11-15 will be
Farmers' and Fruit Growers' Agriculture
,-)' spent several days in Clewiston the 12:15-Growing Tobacco in FloridaJ. Gator Night Club
entertained the
Week at the College of Agriculture by
past week .on business. M. Purdom.
;, ,,: August '1115. Over half of the University's popular WRUF entertainers, Tuesday -
: 12:25-Spacing Spanish Peanutsfor 12 beginning at
: dormitory'space has already night, August ,
-; Messers. P. G. Bishop and W. C. High Yield-W. R. Powell. I broadcasting -
been reserved, and a heavy flow of 8:00: o'clock, as they are
';.7 Hanson left Thursday of last week: 12:35-Fertilizing: Cotton W. J.
treir! regular programs.
of .
reservations is still one
,coming in. Arrangements f.f1
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t. for New Orleans 'to spend a few Davis. _
':,, have been made to accommodate _t I r,
days on
'1 a large number of vIsit- OO-The Place of Dairying in I The wise gardener kills weeds so

",' ors in nearby homes, hotels, and Building, a Permanent Agriculture' in j I that weeds will not kill his enthusiasm. '; ;
: -. Mr. and Mrs. A, L. Hefiuger and
small boarding houses, and plans are the South-L. R. Neal. ,
daughter, .of Miami spent the weekend ? 1 <. a 1 .r ,
being made to take care of an unusually i
with Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Har-
I large crowd.
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I Over" 150 men and women speakers -

from all parts of Florida and the ,
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Kelly left i I Southeast -
, a number of demonstrations \ '
. \tt1 Wednesday for Daytona for a months
exhibits, and field trips '

J ,. vacation. --- i are listed in the preliminary pro- DURING THE SUMMER MONTHS j TYPES** %4p

grams which have been distributedover .
I, b j:" Messrs. W.' C. Hooker, E. E. Kelly the state. These :" %
programs show :: : //AuFIEE
-t. '
: Louis Morgan, Ed Butler andf' what is going on at every hour during : : FOR HEALTH .;. 1-
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:'. Troy Puryear spent Tuesday in La j I i the week. Copies may be obtained "
r- Belle attending Comma s s loners
\,: ,'. meeting. I Demonstration from the Agent County or Home DRINK A QUART OF MILK A DAY. u s. ._- rt 1is VI
I II or the Agricul-
tural Extension Service, Gainesville.A t
d.i:' Mrs. M. F. Parnelle and daughter. i
I I day nursery has been plannedand i g
: Evelyn, of Jacksonville 4t .
spent the :
will take care of the small children "
':;'r- week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Roy I I CLEWISTON DAIRY COMPANY j '
',' ,- so that mothers may give their WHERE DO YOU '
<;:. Green. full attention
to the lectures and
,( nitt-; 'I and demonstrations. Free campign Sugarland Highway; Phone 333 : PLAN' TO DRIVE?
Mr. A. E. Lakeland spent ,
wil lalso be provided'on I' '
j t! Friday with Mr and Mrs. Green. "
Roy the campus. Stop in-tell us where you are go
,, ';: Mr."' Ritter was enroute to Havana Snappy entertainment programs I Good,aor PnHd
:-:.", Cuba; have been arranged for every nIght. (Illustrated above, at left,) I -.and u a little 7 repairing or a low-

I '' f priced Goodyear will answer your
' ': and one evening will bo devoted to Full) Oversize '
: Messrs. G. V Hudson and Hall ]i the 'needswe'll say so. .
} enjoyed annual farmers' l.- 1'I
: spent Sunday in Pahokee picnic. Tuesday night visitors The 1930 reflect in fine
I t' 1--- I'I' may CLEWISTON FOLKS 4.5021 ............ ......'......,6.45 Goodyears '
!;'". see the aGtor Night Club as they arc I quality at low prices, Goodycar'sgreat .

"J ; t. Mr. and Mrs. C A. Jackson left broadcasting thoir regular weekly 4.75-10 .......................,.. 7.65 leadership in the industry. \
: Thursday for South Bend, Indiana !'.I I frolic over WRUF. \ a Now is the time to get YOURS.2.23.21 .-'

.' I The cafeteria, and other facilities THE HOTEL TA-MIATh11 ;....,11.....,......,..... 9.90 with oar service back of them.

Q. .:Mrs. W. C. Hooker and Miss Bon- of the University, are thrown open r
cite Stone spent Tuesday in Palm to visitors Guaranteed
and expenses should not Tobes also tow priced

, JiI.,-,. Beach. I I run over $1.50 a day per person. : :Tire Repairsr

; --. I I Aside from the, general sessions,' :, YOU .

: Mr. and Mrs. Dick 'Miller ,et''special sections In truck crops and

i Thursday for Palm Beach where they I I'orgnamentals, citrus and small fruits "The/ A05Perfectly/ Ventilated Hotel In the South."

will make their home.. i I farm crops and livestock, poultry, I CLEWISTON MOTOR CO. ;

'.r'' I beekeeping, agricultural economics, Storage Space Across Street European Plan J

".." Mrs Roy Green and son 'Roy,'-Jr.. 'and pecans are planned for the men.


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hundreds of dollars in fuel bills. !I
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