The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: September 5, 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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System ID: UF00028415:00282
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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Date Max. Min. August 28 .:........................-............... 18.6

IS DESCRIBED August 25 ..............:......... S5 75 MONDAY MORNING EXPECTED TO ARRIVE August 29 .......................................... 18.6 LEVY THREE MIllS

August 26 ........................ 86 75 August 30 .......................................... 18.7

August 27 .................:...... 90 74 SEPTEMBER I August 31 ..................................!........ 18.6
: BY August 28 ........................ 89 67 INJIEWISTONC. September 1 .................................... 18.5

August 29 ........................ 91 76 I II I September 2 .................................:.. 18.6

; New Harvester Succesful August 30 ........................ 90. 68 Twenty-Six Pupils Are i Werwin, Vice-Pres. September 3 ....._............................. 18.5 New Board Will Have

August 31 ........................ 90 7S Chain Belt Co. To Inspect -
; In Local Registered On Opening ,To Neglect Work Or
Harvester. P. T. A. MEETING
; Cane Fields. WORK STARTEDON Of School. Raise Funds. '

C. Werwin, Vice-president, of the
; Editor's Note: This is the second Monday, September 1st, was opening Chain Belt Company, of Milwaukee, Three mills were levied Tuesdayfor

i of a series of articles written by BASKET BALL day In the Junior High School. Wls., is expected to arrive in Clew- the road and bridge fund accord

the inventor of' the new' cane har- Twenty-six ,pupils were registered iston today Mr. Werwin is President SEPTEMBER 19 ing to Wm. T. Hull, clerk for the

vester, Mr. Falkiner, for the "Clew-""- AND TENNIS COURT and according to Mrs. J. E. Beards- of one of tho largest chain belt County Commissioners. With the

iston News. This is 'Mr. Falkiner's hey, principal, is considered a good manufacturing companies in' the county valuation of real property set

own description of his wonderful average attendance. The Junior high world. President Urges Full At- at $1,650,000 this will give the new

'j Invention. He is an Austalian by Playground Equipment school will be composed of the seventh The purpose of Mr. Werwin's visit tendance For First board approximately). $4,950.00 in this

J birth and many of his expressionsare eighth, ninth and tenth grades to Clewiston is to inspect the new fund.

in his native tongue. J'o Be, Completed this year. It will be known as a Falkiner Cane harvester and discuss Meeting Of Year.Mrs. The present board of county commissioners

fl.I By P. T. A. grade A Junior high, having a four plans to handle the cane after it is, spent $29,790.05 for 'repairs

: year course. harvested this fall. The Falkiner R. Y. Patterson, President of
;I The idea of the Falkiner machine on roads and bridges In Hen-
' Work has been started on the con The school will not be an accredited harvester cuts the cane In small the local ,Parent-Teacher Association
;f II is entirely different from anything dry county during the past year. The
I J' that has hitherto been constructed. struction of a basket ball and tennis Junior High this year due to the pieces and Mr. Werwin expects to announced, today that the first meet- proposed budget and the one adoptedat

It is what he calls, a "push-over" or. court on the school grounds accord- fact that a sufficient number of pupils work out a plan to handle this cane Ing of the association would be held the, meeting Tuesday gives the
Patterson President after It has been harvested. Friday, September 19, at the school
"butts first" machine, and was specially ing to Mrs. R. Y. are not in attendance. All requirements new commissioners $21,261.00 to
The work Is Junior It is also expected that Mr. Wer- auditorium. Mrs. Patterson has been
V! @ designed for bent and tangledcane. of the P. T. A. for an accredited spend during next year. The question
been win will have his organization build President of the Association for the
being ,done by the Parent Teachers High have met and accordingto concerning the new commissioners Is

; The straight cane is pushed over Association under the direction or Mrs. Bearrsley the subjects taught the new harvesters for the' Sugar past year and the present excellent where will they get the difference

by the hood, the sprawling fallen Mrs Patterson.The will be the same as those in any Junior Company.The standing of, the local school Is due between the $4,950.00 and the $21-
construction of this additional High in the state. new harvester has proven a to her efficient work. Mrs. Patterson 2C1.00
that is
J cane is straightened up forward by expected to be spent
, of success in. this territory and after a has kept all parents interested In
playground equipment was part
the arms and pick-up' fingers. The The seventh grade has six pupils, for necessary work on the roads and
ground knives cut the stool at the the program outlined by the Association the eighth, nine; the ninth, seven; careful inspection by Mr. Werwin: the work done by the local 'school bridges in the county.
last Sufficient has an order for several new harvesterswill and it ,is due, to her efforts that the
root, and the cane and trash are year. money and the tenth. four. I There will be a small balance left
been raised the association to be placed. According to a conservative parents of those attending school in
taken into the mouth of the machine by The Junior high teachers are Mrs. in this fund when the present board
estimate the harvesterwill Clewiston are interested in the work
and new
out their groundwas
i butts first by double elevators. The carry program J. E. Beardsley. Principal, Mrs. Bradley retires on January first. There wasa
broken this week for the first save fifty percent in labor alone. done by their children.
whole mass is thus fed Into a chaffing : Mrs. ,Neil Stewart and Mr. W. balance of $9,352.77 in this fundon

: '. ,.., device and subjected to a powerful unit of the proposed work.: G. Scmedley. The grammer school 'I The meeting Friday is expected to July 30, this year. The new year

1 I" air suction arrangement, as it The Parent-Teachers Associationis will open the last of this month and, SCHOOL LIBRARY be well attended at which time the begins on October first which leaves

'i .. S passes through a large diameter ro- to be congratulated on the fine approximately one hundred pupilsare program for the ensuing year will be two months in which the commissioners .

I tating drum. which separates the work they are donig for the improve- expected to be registered. t announced. Under the direction of had to operate the countyon
; ment of the local school grounds. OPENTUESDAYSANDFRIDAYS Mrs. Patterson the school
cane from the trash, and ultimately \ the $9,000.00 now in this fund.
I With the completion of the new are being Improved and '
loads the cane into ,carts ready for The county will receive from the
the local school will have FIELD WORK ISCOMPLETED equipment is being installed
I : the mil]1. To describe it more fully- equipment bJ: the state approximately $5,000 from gaso-
'I one of the best equipped playgroundsto local P. :T. A.TOURISTS.
This machine is mounted on what year. This amount

,. is known as caterpillar tracks:: which be found in the Everglades. IN will be added to the .$4,950.00 malt-
Clewistonites Are Welcome
:1,; .. are coupled in a central position- HEADED ing, a total. of approximately $10,000.If .

l I _with a massive single axle. On this FLOOD CONTROL CANE FIELDS To Make Use the new board has a balance of

axle'the chassis or framework of the, $5,000.00 turned over to them front
i j Of jooks. FOR FLORIDA
,!' machine is mounted and practically the old board they will have approximately -
:, balanced. "The school library is open to the $15.000.00 to run the road and
Season Expected
Grinding Is -
i The machine itself is operated and public, ach Tuesday and Friday from SAYSJEFFRIES bridge account next year. The present -
, the works driven by a 100 H. P. gasoline S MEETINGMONDAYOrganization To Begin In 4:00'to 5:30 according to Mrs. R. Y. board spent $29,790.05 and we

i engine. December. Patterson, President of the P. T. 'A.o must admit they were conservativein

,I The front or rear of the machine ,The school library has many books Many r7 re Coming :tTo their expenditures during the past

-.;can be. raised or lowered, .as_ desired, ,. -.-Is FormedTo *.; thatvwilL.lnterest..theparents'of: our p"*- ,-'. :-:-' ---"t':'" year:-Whatis the answer goingito; '.
h'arf beenlaid
f; This'Sears cane' crop S ta yid' WillInvest
, by ,means of a hydraulic system, school children stated Mrs. Patter be for the coming year? Will the
Meet AnyEmergency. by, (which means that all work
1 which is particularly handy, quick son. We are anxious for the peopleof Her. new board issue time warrants and
has been completed in the'cane
J (Please turn to Page 3)) Clewiston to make use of our put the county in debt or neglect
fields) according to P. G. Bishop, operating -
, t. valuable collection ,of books and More"cars are headed for Florida the roads for the first year? What
; vice-president of the Sugar I ,
/ The Flood Control Board met In want everyone to feel that they are this ,winter than I have ever witnessed ever happens the new board should
APPLICATIONS FOR Company. Conditions have been Ideal
West Palm Beach Monday, Septem- welcome to make use of this collection before, stated O. L. Jeffries, not be criticized.SURFACING.
I for the growing of cane this year.
; her 1st. The purpose of the meetingwas whenever possible. local dairyman. '1IrJeffries| has just
; S FEDERAL LOANS Our crops look fine and with con
to perfect an organization to This is one of the many reasons returned from Columbus, Ohio, with
tinued fine weather is
a large crop OF ROAD
meet any' emergency that might occur expected this fall. for opening the school library to the his family. They have been spendingthe

AREAPPROVEDAdditional on the lake due to any tropical public. Last year the school was pre summer months in their old
.[ Work of cleaning the drainage
: disturbance.The I sented with the library that was home. THROUGH CITY
ditches and head lines is progressing
''I, Board authorized the Secretary I started by the Clewiston Company All along_ the way we met cars
I -
rapidly.. With approximately 3OOO
Blanks For Senator Young, to have installed I several years ago. coming south and asked several of IS
in this
acres cane year's grinding
three short radio sets I Every book lover is invited to those we met where they were go COMPLETEDRoad
Local Farmers Are ,
season should be one of the largest
round ther southern shores of the make use of the library and If you ing. To our amazement many of them'
ever made In the state 'of Florida.
, Requested. lake to be used in emergency cases. have a good book that you wish to said that they were going to Florida From ClewistonTo
The cane around the southern end
These sets 'will be operated by the donate to the school, please bringit where they could enjoy living and
It of the lake has been grown under Palm Beach Co.
All applications for Federal Loans National ,Guards stationed in West to the library and turn it over to find something to do.. I
ideal weather conditions. Just enough
I'!( to farmers in this section have been Palm Beach. Mrs.. Beardsley, principal of the During the past three years Mr. Line Now Open.
rain to keep the ground moist and
; forwarded by the local committee tol Several members have volunteeredto school, stated the President.. Jeffries has made several trips each
at the same time allow the field
) the county seat to be sent to the give their services and time in work to continue. year to his home in Ohio and has R. A Shaw, local representativefor :
government representative In this emergencies. and will bring these observed traffic along the way. Thisis the Powers Construction Company
\ With the field work completed until -
.J I section.' The committee has requested portable sets into the Everglades If one of the reasons he made the ,announced today that the placing -

Ii more blanks and ,the extension of a storm is forecast. the grinding season the companyhas above statement and he claims that of rock would be completed

'I 1 time due to the fact that they did F. Deane Duff, local member of reduced their operating expense WEEK DESIGNATED never has he seen so many cars through the townsite today. We have
considerably during the two
I not have a sufficient number of ap the Flood Control Board attendedthe past starting south so early in the season. maintained our mile a week schedule
weeks. The grinding season is expected -
plications. Several local farmers meeting and stated that an or- BY LIBRARIAN since beginning this job stated the
to under In Decem-
\\ have applied for loans, but due to the ganization was perfected to give out get way : MAN ROBS CHURCH contractor. Mr. Shaw is one of the
ber. "
fact that there were only a limited warnings of any disturbance. This in- most efficient road builders in the

t (, number of blanks their applications formation will be relayed to Clewis- No Overcharge Dues ToBe After he had pried off, with a state and from the progress he is

''t were not sent in with the balance. ton from the office of the Flood Con- RADIO 'PO GRAM crowbar, a limestone slab which cov- making on this' section of state road

1. These blanks are expected to be received trol Secretary and will be posted by Collected During ered the cornerstone of a church at twenty-five believe that he deserves .

within a few days. the local member when necessary. Next Week. Syracuse, N. Y., a thief battered opena this credit.
.y s e1 -
< copper box within, stole ?25 in He has been rushing the work

p' Next week has r1FSiF i "ate'l at lie- money and destroyed some of the through the townsite during the past

LOCAL PRO TELLS HOW! TO PLAY LEGIONMEETINGLegionnaires turn rank W 'ok, '*\. Airc.: ,1. E. church records. -* (Please turn to Page )

t Beai-'lsley, principal of the local

THE LOCAL GOlF CODRSEJNjARHole school who is In charge of the school
r Expect To. library. BUILDING AND LOAN 3)I

,. -- Tune In On Program Quite a few books have been out I

No.7, 455 yards par 5. .presses he puts too much writs Into From of the library since last fall when PAYS FOUR PERCENT
This is the easiest par hole of the his shot and gets a big long hook school closed and the library was

round and yet it has to be played which goes in the rough across no. closed for the summer. Mrs. Beards- --

juts right as trouble lurks on both 8 fairway. His niblic is short and The local post of the American Legion ley announced that no overdue The Board of Directors of the Clew ,

1 sides of the fairways, even a short lands'in the ditch along side of the will hold its regular monthly charges would be made on these iston Building and Loan Association an unusually good investment in
meeting at the Clewiston which to place their money. With the
tee shot spells disaster, green, a stroke penalty to drop out Inn next books If returned next week. If you declared a 4 percent dividend on

Good drives across the small ditch of this ditch, five on, and down in Thursday night at eight o'clock. A happen to have a book in your pos- September 1st. This information was dividend paid and substantial.

at the 170 yard mark, and goes about seven. national broadcasting program has session that belongs to the school given out' by F. Deane Duff, Presi- amount placed in the reserve fund
230. His brassle shot ie down the Mr. hits been arranged by the National Com those who have money Invested In
Century one Into the long library return it to the school next dent.
right side of the fairway!:nd almost grass just short of the 170 yard mander and the local post: is expect.. week. The Building and Loan Association the organization should feel that
ed to tune in for the their investment is in the hands of
reaches the green. The contours of mark and uses his brassle to come program You might have placed these books: was organized here several years ago
responsible directors. A number of
the green make his approach some- out. He too, Is trying to get as far According to Commander Duff a among your own and forgotten thatit and is capitalized at $500,000 with approximately

thing to think about, he plays a as possible on his second y and he $25,000 program has been prepared belonged to the school, if this is $100,000 paid in working homes have been built by local people

r, mashie run shot and rolls down the bears down on this shot, and cuts and will bo broadcast from The the case dig them out and 'see that capital. According to President Duff through the Building and Loan

I mound on the right and has about right under the ball, which goes up Cradle of Liberty in Fanerhl Hall In they are returned. the Association is doing a very substantial Association. These loans are always

a ten foot putt for a birdie, but It about ten feet farther, this time he Boston Mass. The school will appreciate any business and Is in a. very secure and never in the history a-

wont go home and he has to take a Is so intent on not digging under The Victor Radio Company Is arranging books that you might wish to donate healthful condition. A substantial reserve Building and Loan Association has '(.fi....
,.five. This hole is similar to number that he tops the shot and it any Investor lost their money. ':i!
6'\ '-'- goes to handle the broadcast and and will receive these also next out of the net earnings for the

\ C in as much as it is easy if played another ten feet before being somth-. a very interesting program Is expected week. If you want to keep good read first six mouths period of this year THe local directors of the Associa

right but too bad if: not. ered, another shot and ho reaches to be given on the above occasion. ing in Clewiston and among the was set aside In the surplus account. tion are F. Deane Duff, President;;

: Mr. Ninety also carries the ditch the fairway. He has ,had enough trou- The American Legion has also school children gather up these books The four peceut ,dividend declaredby Malcomb Biggs, Secretary and Treasurer -

I I as he has about 200. He tries to ble on this hole and deserves the been designated to handle all emergencies and return Y them during the grace period the directors shows that those ; E. L. Stewart, M.: 'F. Lydig, P.

reach the green with his brassle and good shot that he gets which leaves in case ,of a tropical storm which is extended through next who have Invested their money In G. Bishop, W. D. Cole and W. C. .

I presses of course, when ninety (Please turn to page 3) this fall 'Sa turday. the local organization have selected Owen.



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.. ... 5, 1930
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year, !9) months and i 5 days.' His route l.
r NEWSPublished WORLDDErpF""ldYra GS a "haid-beried" taxi-driver from
took him over barren mountains,
the Bronnlx '
who. Just can't keep his
/t The
across deserts, and rough snake
every Friday at metrical, Jaggeranaut from bumping
Florida. and insect invested jungles. I into the front parlors of ,the
Clewiston, By Universal News Service I Police

Believing that thieves are superstitious walker In a picture'he''was TSO well TalmTheatres13 each Headquarters.: His passenger is Win- fj)
LOUIS MORGAN\ .... Publisher I A crazy patch quilt, 75 inches lam Austin, that
P.hUfpFolmer, of near Pomeroy pleased that he sent a telegram offering ; -s : twittering citizen of
juare, represeHtFtfg 44 years' work,
Entered at the Postofflce at, Clow- N. Y.r-- has converted an old hor:a floor-walking 'position nl{! .bVeh linishetl Soho and "hola. He and Oakie decide -
.. has just ( Toy Mrs. Florence (
Iston, Florida, as second class matter. hearse into a chicken coop.George his store. Edna telegraphed back thatl Griener'f, of ',Iiiudlandpblis, Ind. that the cab smash makes it

,. she would .be pleased to accept at: necessary' for them to leave town.

SUBSCRIPTION RATES Tzanoff-- of Sofia. Bulgaria 1 I $1,500 ,a week. She has not heard 1 Now, there's a nutty plot for you.

One Year ........................................ $2.50 h After Flank 'Brown, nged 58 years AT THE KETTLER But it doesn't begin to picture the
.asserts that he has set a new world from the merchant 'sinc .
.Six Months\ .................................... 1,50r record by .smoking 144 cigarettes in was arrested as, a vagrant at Ken- comedy uproar that Oakie, Miss MacDonald -

Three Months\ .............................:.. '.75 15 hours. Statues made 7,000 w Uallvllle r ,, Ind.,. it was proved he had CHANEY. .THROWS VOICE and their gifted pals provideon
years ago recently -
'$17;OOO on, deposit in several banks. WITH AID OF DERBP the
ADVERTISING RATES found i in Egypt, represent screen. You'll have to see it

cents Inch. No .discount The in ,the world women In fow-necl, ] 'gowns- ve'ryslrjilar I to know Its grand values as a really
Forty-five pearl
: .' ,The Illinois] ; College of Agriculture Here's a new use for a derby hat. splendid entertainment.. .
for plates. No special position 'weighing: 663 carats, valued at 51-, to those worn by women ort reports that mechanical corn huskersha You throw voice I
del can ;your with it. There are five Tongs; in "Let's Go
guaranteed. All advertising copy 500,000, is offered 'for sale by 'MajorU. : ay. \' on farms
I a success of "
This, according to no less ,an authority Native, the work of George Mario
must be In this office on Wednesday 'Mohideen, jeweler, at Shanghai t,I (lie Midclle West. ,
than Lon Chaney, who as- Jr, co-author_ of the show, and HJch- 1
before Issue of paper. China. Its first owner was Chien: Because, r his- name 'appeared. erroneously .
serts that one of the favorite tricksof -'rl A. Whiting, composer of the"Sweetie"
on death certificate after
Lung, a Chinese emperor who ruledin a.
The public debt of the United
a ventriloquist is to the
use derby and
"Safety in
home Numbers"mflodyhits.
he returned! from France Millard
'China from 1736 to 1796. I -
"THE RECEIVERSHIP"Since : States is now $16,000,000,000 lowest sort
; as a of sounding board to push These
songs are knock-
. ,F. Likens, a World War veteran
-' since 1919 when it was $26,500,000- sound in a certain direction. He does ,outs. In particular
.Of Comp Police of Mahanoy, City, Pa., arrested of _Springfield, Mo., ,had to spend 10 you remember
< tho Southern Sugar : I 000. Two-thirds of the debt consists the trick in his role of ventriloquistin "My Mad Moment," Let's Go Na-
years in
fighting the courts before
/:. was placed in the hands of a receivership Bryant Yeskevich after he had of war obligations.The "The "
I ? convinced Unholy Three, his first all- tive" and "I've Got a Yen For You."
i ie the U. S. Government
W. beatenhis two children for eating
::'; by Judge George talking picture which will playsat As we said ''before, you must
officials that go
he is alive. He was'award
too much.
Wbitehurst, of Fort Myers, local conditions U. S. Government has spentmoie the Kettler Theatre next Thursday and be panicked by "Let's Go Na-
( $7,000 in accrued
have been improving.The sation. compen than, $5,000,000,000 in behalf of: and Friday. tive.." ..

Southern Sugar Company, under At "Panama,;, Okla.., a cnsus enumerator the nation's World War veterans. The acoustics of a derby make It .

the able direction of P. G. Bish- 'found 3 brothers who married useful to hang over trombones in

op, who was named as one of the 3 sisters occupying the same house. l Miss Ann Stout, aged 101 years, Is r Get The Children jazz orchestras for ten same reason
receivers by the court, has been Each family has 2 ''children arid fn dead at Flemignton, N. J Eating a declaers Chaney, and adds that ;the

able to pay; practically all the back all three Instances one.. child was raw onion' each day enabled her to Ready For School (derby in such a easels gilded to make v r V 1 rAN !

salaries due to employees. All of the II' born in Arkansas and one In Okli-' I pass the century mark, she claimed. more ornamental rather than for mu

: day laborers have been paid in full homa. It is said that the families Physical defects of children shouldbo sical reasons .

and most of the men who have been have never quarreled. Carried away by1' .a black bear, the cared for before the children Appearing with Chaney in the cast

;.", working on a monthly basis have ,- 2-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. should return to school, home dem of "The Unholy Three" are Lila Lee, 1

received their salaries in full. The Because the line ,dividing two Massachusetts Winch, of Lake Placid, N. '1., was onstration specialists at the Florida a Elliott, Nugent, Harry Earles, John

Company has been able to meet all towns passes directly found a few hours later only slightly State College for Women say, in callIng Mlljan, Ivan 'LInow. Clarence Burton S YOUR COLI AR f--.

of their ,current liabilities and is lu through a theatre, patrons ofth- scratched, in a woods a' mile from attention to the fact that schooldays and Crauford Kent. x IF YOU SEND J

better shape financially than could play-house buy tickets In Somervllle the Winch home. ; are here again. It is now recognized .THEM TQ- -;...T .r
- I
have been expected.The that much of the listlessness
and are then ushered to seats in "Let's Go Native"-a
: confection
receivership was not tile desire Medford. To win a bet from a friend. Fer laziness, and dullness in school children
whichplays Saturday and i
of the company to keep from dinand Nikolics, a boy, of Kavadar, may be caused by poor physical I THE CLEWISTONLAUNDRY
Sunday at the Kettler
Theatre, as a -
meeting any of their obligations, but That police In Jugoslavia, swallowed 96 stones. He condition rather than by any mental CO.
Liverpool : "frisky
England, frivolous farce with music"is
. It was to protect those to died .following an operation for ''removal peculiarity or defect.
can have license numbers of stolen all that the management of the
whom it owed money and its stock: automobiles instantly available, for of the stones.At : These) specialists 1 also point out Kettler Theatre would have you We will save quite a bit in your-

holders. Severe criticism was made comparison with passing cars, they the necessity' of having the children n think it is. yearly outlay for collars and shirts
by, some who did not understand lo wean. a specially designed white cuffon Moscow, Russia, ten ,persons form regular habits and thus keep In fact, a lot more than that.It because, the careful laundering
cal conditions, and who have been were.exequted by a Soviet In better'phystcal
which the numbers are inscribed. firing condition., Irregu- is one of the most hilarious that we do allows your personal lin-
opposed to the operations since its squad for hoarding gold and silver laxity in eating is one ot the prince ittirth
screen has given en to serve you, faithfully and well,
beginning. Even these have admitted Scientists can offer no explanationas coins and foreign currency.. pal bad habits easy to acquire dur i u sto date.Reminiscent.

that the present plan was meeting ing the sunlmer vacation and letting for a longer period of time.
to the -
why iris of both the eyes of the rambling, roistering
with the approval of everyone con- of Harold; Maconegh, of Scranton John Tanner, aged 90 years, a U. the child eat v.Iieii and what i it style of "The Cocoanuts" and ,

, cerned and that if the present crop Pa.,. are circled with Homan numer-- S. Civil War veteran,* is still active wants and to have snacks between i i of "Safety in Numbers," this laugh- CLEW'ISTONLAU.ND'RY

of cane is harvested successfully the hi' business at Kinesota, Canada. meals whenever It wishes Is bound
als I
to XII: the they annear on a panic gem starts out to go nowhere inc.
company will be In shape to ---=-- to ,
begin develop bad food habits
' clock. which may in particular but really, goes every EL PASO AVE.&_SAN BONITA ST.
; to meet its obligations and will be At an employment agency, In New leave permanent effect on its physical I where to tickle ;)'er. (Pun up and I I I
o' '
placed back ,on' a .strong financial When a 'hatching .hen abandonedher York, N. Y.., 260 women looking for health. A definite .midmorningor three to go). II I CiEMSTONOjour FL4R/DA

basis. work, with scorn refused to accept mid-afternoon. .. lunch of milk and I I
nest. on the !T. Patlillo farm, at.. Oakie, to begin this,
- Those who= have spent ;years in the Heudeison, N.* C., a bantam rooster I the 160 'household' positions. offered bread or fruit may be given regularly Is Voltaire McGlnnis, (SViowA iCe LaundryStop

Everglades and have made a studyof took the job, hatched 5 chicks and Is some paying" $20 a week with room if.the child needs food between

the conditions under, which the and 'borlr( the regular l meals. Under no circum
performing the duties of a mother- W -=-== ==:= == -=-=:======: :==:==:=: ==== =:= al(l
Sugar .Company has been stances should li alfowed
operating clucking, scratching be to nibble
. and 'hovering.
; have not lost faith, in' the development k* U. S. Government chemists havediscovered sweets continuously between meals. -
!H- .
: : -: ; ., ,.1"---"' r..* r, :. ,. at"SAVANNAH'S f
and are convinced ,that the future / j I the poison which is the Regular -
Sales of radios and radio equip r sleeping habits_ should also '
of the Company is brighter ment in? the United States last year cause of Jamaica ginger parlysis. }be encouraged i and carried out, BEST"IOTELSAVANNAH
than .
ever. amounted to $640,000,000. This Industry evon on Sundays.,. to prevent. constipation I

With the new cane harvester in was-unknown 'ten years ago. A hearse, going to a cemetery at i nervousness. and sleepless-, I !

operation the question of labor is Newark_ N. J., with the body of 'Mrs. ness.. : '"

practically solved. This being' one of In'the', Mary Sullivan, was' hit by a heavy Every member' of the family should(;
the largest items! and one of the Tabernacle' SaltLake" {ruck. The hearse was rolled over ?nits 11a'e'an'' annual physical examination
City Utah Rates
most. expensive in the growing of earphones have ,side, the casket opened and the b'y the family physician Especially .
been .
rI'cane. instilled entire 1 '
along an i6w Without bath-from $1.50
body thrown out into the Interior of is this true of the children, in whom < up
B. G. Dahlberg deserves the confidence of seats for the benefit i'd'eai wor the hearse.When With bath from
i shipers. defects may be detected and reme- 7': $2.50 up )
of .:
every citizen and businessman : died at the when '
beginning, these .'
,:;;. ROOM
In Florida. He has IN EVERY
brought millions a concrete mixer
failed to same might grow and become ,
of dollars of outside capital into After a Portland' (Oregon) mer- work properly at Gadsden, Ala., serious handicaps later. .. : ?' Radio Loud Speaker. Rates posted. m door .

the state. He has directed the eyes chant saw Edna M. Oliver, screen workmen investigated and found the :,: (, Electric Ceiling Fan, Soft Water. r
'of the world the actress, playing the role of a floorAll ,
upon Everglades body of Steve Duke, 22 ;years old, ABSOLUTELY.FIREPROOF 1

and has put his millions into a Aboard for Better TimesA literally torn to pieces, in the ma Kill ,TH iti ThDiY MOST CENTRAL. LOCATION
proposition have
where others failed. chine. Duke is belived to have fallen o

He did not expect to receive one' statement from William Green into the mixer' while It stood Idle. :=-==: : == : : :::=: : ==:::::= = = ====:: : =c= =:==::=:=::==: :==>==: = : ::=::=::: : : -= -= -= = =)

cent from local people in helping to President of the American Federa- ..

bring an industry into the state that tion of Labor, says that there has Although Mrs. B. H. Betters has ... C_ ->l' _..., ""'," ':"I" .. .IE
--.-- will bringmillions of dollars to been
Flor been no increase in unemployment organist in the Firt Lutheran

ida. He has given thousands of men during the past few weeks, and he Church', at Morris, Minn., for Ufa'-years STEARNS'

been work without that would financial have otherwise believes that this fact probably, she has never, missed a service during ELECTRIC PASTE '. _,:i ..

support.: .. "foreshadows the fall increase in industrial that time.Shooting -;; .: '. .
Mr. Dahlberg] has enlisted IS GUARANTEED TO KILL ; \. .
the In-
activity.1 'Roger W. Babson, Rats Mice Cockroaches Waterbu' and ,,
fluence and financial backing of who predicted the paralysis of the a cat which disturbed ,his Land Crabs. Millions of people have used
it darlnir the
Americals foremost men in this deVelopraent. stock market: last Fall, has Just issued noctural slumbesr, a Lexington (K;)'.) Sold Everywhere .-

During the past three his first bull statement in 'dentist. has been sued for $5,000 2 ounces S5c-IS; ounces $1.25
months he could have stepped In and which he advises careful buying of damages by the animal's, owenr. ,, Miss MAKE YOUR SELF AT HOME,

made millions for himself .and these sound! stocks (whatever those articles Mary; Jlutchcraft.

men, but desiring to keep faith with may be). Frequent official state- NOTICE OF ELECTIONTo -

litose with whom he has had busi- ments from high sources have been It is believed that Mrs. Peggy Se- /,

ness and financial dealings he chose I coming along gradually from Washington I breze of South Boston,: Nabs:, is the the Sheriff of Hendry County, A FEW CHOICE ROOMS

to ask, the court to protect their interest and many of the worlds champion bead stringer.. She of the State of Florida: '
Be it Known, That I, R. A. Gray. AVAILABLE.
and give hima_ chance has strung over 10,000 miles ARE NOW J
to manufactures and fJnaclal of beadsin Secretary of State of the State of .
prove that the Everglades arc worth chiefs have prophesied good times the past five :years, consisting of Florida, do hereby given notice thata ". -,' ..

something and that cane could be ahead.The fact that Green and Bab- 25,000 .chains, ranging in length from : General Election will be held in :"'/) J

grown successfully here. son have joined their voices to the 1 foot to 3 1.2 feet. Hendry County, State of Florida, on J ; f
Tn Tuesday next succeeding the first
resigning ,as one of the receivers "cheerful chorus" furnishes encouragement REASONABLE RATES
Monday in November A. D. 1930 the
he .
has again taken the interestof to the multitudes who The recent illness of King Georgeof said Tuesday! being the Fourth Dayof v 4

those with whom he is associated' have been patiently waiting, as a England cost the government of November.For / HOMELIKE SURROUNDINGS
within this prolect. He believes that .character in Dickens' novel said, i,' the country $250,000 for doctors, Representative of the ,>First < '..: "

lie can be of better service to them '"for something to turn up." nurses' druggists, chemists, medical Congressional District of the State ::: I .." _
on the outside of Florida in the Seventy-second .
refinancing the supplies, etc. A
complete drug store Congress of the United States.

company feet. and putting it back on its THE SUMMER CAPITAL was maintained In the king's palace For Secretary of State of the State I TRY OUR SUNDAY DINNERSCLEWISTON'S

?Curing his illness of Florida.
Every one who\ has money invested President Hoovers has been doing I' For Two Justices of the Supreme >
in the 'I I Court of the State of Florida
Sugar a large
amount of
his Ten
Company official business policemen, each one armed For Two Railroad Commissioners

may be assured that he is being protected at his fishing camp on the i with,a baseball' bat, broke up a meet- of the State of Florida.

and will not be frozen out as Rapidan. Iver-Sunday guests show trig of Communists at Chicago Ill, For State Senator.. for 24th Senatorial -

Ions as B. G. Dahlberg is connected up in Washington every Monday and landed 50 of them in jail. District of the State of FlorJda. POPULAR HOTEL

with the organization. He'' is deserv_ with l their cheeks 'puffed out from .
ing of this confidence For one Member of the House of
upon Mountain air and The
Eloomiugburg (N. Y.) ceme-
him by these Representatives of the State of Flor
people. They should faces and hands tanned by the warm tery has become so popular for automobile

rally lo his call and when the time I Virginia sun. When Lincoln was petting parties, that tho ida.For Five County Commissioners.For '

comes to reap the harvest they will 'I President he maintained his summer cemetery officials had to make a Three Members of the' County THE WATANABE HOTELMRS.
be among those far sighted men and White House :1 Board of Public Instruction.
on a high elevation ruling that a'l1Y who
enters tho
women to reap a benefit 1. For Constable in and for the following -
from what less than three miles burial
from the White ground after 8
m. will
bet Justice Districts. viz:
seemed tho impossible. CLAUDE Manager.
of the House. It
was a "ermote" section a arrested by a police man stationed No. 1. _
success muyt be given to B. G. Dahl- that ,time although it te now Included there. No.2.

berg and his determination to prove I in a populated section of the city I In Testimony Whereof, I have

that his confidence In the Everglades of hereunto set my hand and affixed
Washington. By using horses and I To prove that man : : : = 1
a eau endure ::
has not been fruitless. the Great Seal of ,the State of FlorIda =- : : -: : .:: :
carriages for transportation Lincoln[ more physical! hardships than a horse at Tallahassee, the Capital, this

:'went far enough from the White, Sergeant Juan Gerechler, of theAr- twenty-third day of August, A. D.

Stuart-Work started' on reconstruction j House so that he feld "Just about l pentine Army, walked from Buenos 1930. .
of Frazier Creek bridge. [ two hours (Seal) R. A. GRAY,
away Aires
automobile to
\, Washington, D. C., In 1 Secretary of State -I


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,,: PRinAY... :-' -, ,SPPTEMBCn' 5. 1930 ,_ _, n,', _ .._ 'CLE VISTON NEWS., CLEWST&FLORIDA_ .. ---,._. _-, --'-:: ._ -.. ,". ".:.-",- ': -= .-:-- ._-:':" --r" '_-'. '. _" _.. ,-._ __. -...PAGETHREEMrs. :
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1 '\ Discovery: of a SO-ounce gold nu:;- from the first drum, and it is discharged side of the machinehere it .(it- -
get at Tarnagulla, Victoria, Aust.iia : .-
through the aperture In the
charges the into
: C/J. i cane a box can,
r" ( / has started a new rush for gold. II
bottom of the fixed section. From which Is hauled, beside the machine
\\Jr -= ;;;L; CtPb J C -=-=: CANE HARVESTER IS ,there ,the clean cane is conveyed bya :Irises by a tractor for this purpose. 'rho,
loading elevator conveyor which cane f Is then conveyed to the rail of
: MOORE HAVENWhite ,upward and outward at either mill.CLEWISTON.
L. A. Morgan, Jr.. Phone 369 ;
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''FRANCES--- MONROE GARDEN CLUB MEETS Hits ThreeIRJ&kS Bag and sensitive.The FOLKS

,PARTY With Bases Full i
ger front of the machine Is constructed

Fast Game.The 1 In the shape of a hood TfIE HOTEL *FA-MAM
Miss Francos Monroe\ entertained The C'ewiston' unit of the Upper ':. ;, ;
(which pushes over tho cane PS ft-,? ; .,
party at her home Glades/ Garden Club' : met at the lio;:e : ,-,Y'" '
, dancing -
at a' machine advances) with arms extending ;: ': MIAMI, FLORIDAWELCOMES
i. ', Tuesday}" night in honor of her house, or11'0;;. Cps M'Ghee: : Friday after- i Clewiston scouts defeated the downward and forward. -
Moore\ Haven scouts in fast ball ; :
Misses Ellen Telford and noon. A very interesting program YOU
Directly under this hood are the :
ill Eloise was carried out. Mrs. W. C. Owen game played on the local diamond
I Tauksley. ground knives, a set of pick-up fingers ". -
::1 I Guests inclued Misses Muriel'Hanson read an interesting paper o'n the and the, double elevators, which "The A/o\ ::1 ; Elsie Hare, Frances Tippey, "Art of Arnnging Flowers.] Mrs. Hooks pitching for the local team
' ; feed tho cane and trash to the chop
! McGhee read an article on "Seed struck out thirteen men while Hen- i iI
", Gladys Howling, Cecil Voders, Net per. The ground knives are revoiv Storage Space Across Street European Plan
Eloise that should be planted in September.A dry struck out nine of the local team I I
tie Willits, Ellen Telford, i lug at high speed, and sever ,the
and Mr. and Mrs. Neal report was made on all the seeds members. I
Tanksley: cane at or below the level of tho
Stewart. Messrs. Leland Crews, Sel- that were given out' at the June Hitting of the local boys was a i ground as desired. ,The pick-up ring

don Stewart, A. W. Sias, Norman ripeting.: After a general discussionof feature of the game. Earl White col- ers are ahead, and lift up any fallen
the ways of growing flowers the lected four hits, batting thousand
Storey. Henry Storey, Dick White, one cane and trash on to the elevators !

'; Herbert hate, Walker Nall, Cleo meeting adjourned for the social percent. He hit a three bagger, then automatically disappear after PALM BAKERY
Earl hour. The hostess served a refresh- with the bases loaded : a two base double .
Seymour, Stever Dickman and : doing their job. The, eleva- -
'White ing drink of Iced tea. hit and two singles. tors have rakes at intervals on them,

Guests and members of the club With a shifted lineup the local so that they get a good grip of tho
Patronize home industries.J.
I Mrs. Chas. L. Adams- spent the included Mesdames W. p, Vaughn, boys made a creditable showing and cane as it passes, through to the your .

past week in Atlanta, Ga., with her jr., E. P. Utter, Deckman W. C. played one of the best games ,of this chopper.

1 daughter- Frances, who has entered, Owen, R. Y. Patterson, Cleo A. season. Forward and outside of these gathering BRAN TLEY & SON

training at the Davis Fischer Hos : Ho ze. F. Deane Duff, Spicer and Clewiston scored 14 runs to Moore fingers is placed a large circular .

pital. Tom Smith. The next meeting will Haven's 3. disc knife, which revolves, cut-

be with Mrs. John Mowry.Mr. Hooks pitched a beautiful game allowing ting away from the next row, any

Mrs Hare returned Sunday form the visitors only one bit and tangled cane that the pick-up fingers
and Mrs. Jeffries and children cannot deal with.
+ t a two week's' vacation with friendsin that a single over short stop. .
returned Sunday from Columbus, 0., The. local scout team will journeyto The chopper is a large solid disc
Ocala and Gainesville. ., wheel containing two semi disc
Lake Worth take
T">ie they have been visiting rela Sunday to on
the American that knives. This chopper cuts the cane
Legion team of
Mrs. B. F. Fears and son, Walker, tives. into DURING THE SUMMER MONTHS
lengths of about 6 Inches as it
{ left Sunday of the past week for Ft. city.Ed
I. Butler has charge of the team. passed butts, first from the elevator -
Mr.: Wilbur Cole has returned from
Myers to spend a month. I from the ground knives. From FOR HEALTH

I, I'' -' Topeka. Knns.., where he was calledon the chopper, the cut cane and trashIs
I -
! Mr\ .and Mrs. Hahn have moved to account of. the death of ]his fath- REGISTRATION elevated into the separating
I Miami to make their home. er. drums.

>: BOOKS NOW OPEN Laying along the top of the machine

i : ; .:: Mr. and Mrs., Martin, from Avpn ,Mr. C. O. Barker left Monday forLis there are two drums, set In
t. .
.i i ( Park, spent Sunday' with their daughter J Inmo in Tamp Mr. Barker: has IN CLEWISTON line, with a. ,fixed section between CLEWISTON\ DAIRY COMPANY

them These drums
! Mrs. L. N. Smith. Mrs. Martin been connected with the Southern In opposite -
Sugar for directions. The first drum which
Company the past year. ,
! stayed over for a two weeks visit. Sugarland Highway Phone 333
receiver the chopped cano and trash
Books To
Remain In
,Mr. and Mrs. Barney Thomas spent has parallel Internal steps or slats,
i Mrs. Laric and Mrs.: J. K. Baker
the week-end with relatives in Clearwater :- Clewiston During placed at intervals: so that tho cane
in Palm Beach shop ,
spent Tuesday
nnd trash is carried l
and Tampa. up to the top of ,
ping., the drum, nnd then dropped throughthe

:,' ,. -' Misses Ellen Telford, of SanfordFla. current of air which is inducedby

,t. Mr. Marshall Yenowine spent thp ., and Eloise Tanksley.. of Atlm- Registration books are now open the powerful suction propeller,
J week-end in Jacksonville with rela, and are in the hands of Gus McGhee situated
ta, Ga., are visiting Miss Frances at the back end of the
lives. Monroe. nt the Standard Oil Bulk Station. drum This suction carries% out all
il" Tho."o qualified to register! and vote / a s a
< r tons and trash from the so5'! %

i Messrs. Art Lawrence: A. W. Sias, Mrs. N. C. Storey and son, Henry in Ilendry comity should get in cane which, falls to the bottom of SEEthe

Earl Crawford, Misses Frances ,Monroe touch with Mr McGhoe at once and thdrum! and out
,- returned Sunday from a week's: through the nper-
,. and Frances' motored to register i for HIP November e'ecflou.. \eu/ '
Tippey visit inr amf.- turn Jn the fixed section, where itixain Re ular -
; Palm Beach Sunday night to see the The'=! ounlifir 'ions' to vote *.:\ Florida "t meets a suction draft which .SAWDUT.Y 4 Its ,
,I .,' show. ?," ,. .. Mr. Henry Storey will '.leavn Sun- are, you must be n rosf'le.nt ..&-. -ives it a final cleaning. This propeller .to-1''thtrj TIREr
: 1.; the State for ono yc"(r;, six i month in; i is driven '
clan for Qlinton, S. C., where he will by a separate 25 H. P. EXTRA
John Bolton of Shawano spent Sunday enter school. Hendrycounty and be twenty-one engine. '- PROTECTION
I 1iIi(
; in Clewiston. years of age. I Between: the two drums there is a
The registration books will remainin :
Mr. and,' Mrs. B. M. Beach and stationery section, with a large hole

Dr. McArthur from Pahokee was children have moved' to Daytona to, Clewiston during the month! or in the bottom of it,' through which

in Clewiston Sunday. I make their home. September. > '"n r'i'ip drops. The second or .Y ,

\ rear drum has internal diagonal slat- I

Miss ''Boncile, Stone and Casey The Clewiston Social Club will hold, SURFACING OF ROAD r"nuincr! around it (like a corkscrew) FOR ROADS AND DRIVERS THAT I t

r \ Jones attended the show in Palm its first meeting the first of October THROUGH CITY C'OMPLETF these slats convey back any clean

i ri: Beach Saturday night: i j instead of September as has been cane which may have over-carried ARE "HARD ON TIRES" THE

I the ,custom before. (Continued from page 1))
Mrs. John Anderson, of Miami, .r.
I spent the past week in Clewiston,- I II i, Miss Bee Marshall spent the week- him about 50 yards short of tlT .

,1 r ,with relatives, Dr. and Mrs. J. C. land in Daytona with relatives.Mr. green. He lays one dead to the pin 666Relieves

''I Nowling. and drops his 'putt for a. seven. -

'I and Mrs. E. E. Kelly left Friday Mr. Terrible, who is going to have a Headache or Neuralgia Extra in Every Way Except Price f'

Mr.. B. F. Fears spent the weekend for Daytona, after spending a another name if he keeps on per- 30 minutes, checks a Cold the first I "

'In Ft. Myers with Mrs. Fears. weeek in Clewiston.] They were accompanied forming the way he has the last few day, and checks Malaria In three
I Are you planning plenty of Goodyear's patented SUPER
i hack by their daughter, weeks, figures out that three shots of days. hardhard driving Want exTWIST cord-fiix shtek-alh

"l Mr. Dave Alston was a business ,! Evelyn, and Mr. and Mrs., Louis 150 yards will put him on or very 666 tra protection from, puJ1Csorbing plies!
' E l visitor. to Pahokee Monday; Morgan for a weekend visit. near the green, plays his brassie tires, ,blowout, skidding and Extra style, too. Tapered sidebars
easily and is surprised to find that :worn-down treads?, ; silver striping. Yom'
, I,; .Mrs. John Mo wry and small son Mr. Tom Smith was a business he carries the ditch, he lapses for a Hero's your tire! only Goodyear ofers-JUd ]

I J d left Friday with her brother, Mr. C. visitor to Belle Glade Friday.Mr. minute, when he thinks: that if he Extra-thick' 'a deep-cut possible by a production!

,i i J. Gonterman, for St. Louis, Mo., to can hit one that far easy he ought ,to IAD-Weather Tread. Extra- MILLIONS of tires greatefi

I j be away for a, month. :: and Mrs. L. N. Smith are the be able to almost be on the greenif rgq eats powerful. body of Than any othccompapyt

,'I proud parents of a fine baby girl, he hits one hard lie floes but ho \

II f Mrs. Musgraye Is able" to be 'out named) Nancey Eloise. doesn't' get on or any where near,

; after being sick for several, l days i : as he tops the shot and it skips I I Aa r foe our; SP sal 1Pathfinders uon Ofd.

I' c -- Mr.: and Mrs. Allliands spent Friday a'ong for about '75 :yards, losing the Isgg 1930 prices on ioody_ .tt'Wcatlie _
Mr. Smedley from In Ft. Myers. he :
Jacksonvilles advantage gained with his first .-
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arrived here Sunday to be ready for J goodshot, maybe the lesson will f
the opening of the school term. He Miss Josephine Knh!;ht spent stick this time as his brassie played .

is: located at the home of Mr. Sam 'i!\. week encl in Ft. Myers with relatives. easily lands just short of 'the green Q w ,

'i Y/oodh"am.' I His short game fs still shaky and OiDARTNINT } CLEWIS TON MOTOR CaMP ANY

f \ Mr.. Allen Powell spent the week- while he is on he is still a long way

.Mr. ,John Mowry spent Saturday ,in end in Myers with his family. form the pin and has to take three ,
Miami on business. putts, which make 7.

Mr. John KettI, Miss Bee Kettl and Score: Good 5, \\::: = ==<:= .. = = = :=== : = := ':: ::.:.:c :::=:: ::.:... :: ::: ..: :=: .:. :: :::= jj
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Centuryand ..
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Mesdames Claud Downs. Elbert Mr. and ,Mrs. W. P. Vaughn, jr., T all have 7. : :: : : = ::: : ::: :: : : ::

Stewart, Tom Sm'ith and Carl Berner spent Monday in Palm Beach \ .

spent Wednesday in .Palm BeachI' LOCAL PRO TELLS U6\V CARS WANTED

shopping. Mr. Dick Miller\ and John Mowry TO PLAY LOCAL COURSE

were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs -

Mr. Dick Miller of Palm Beach Tom Smith .Monday ,
(Continued from page 1))
; spent the week-end in Clewiston.
Messrs. Roy Royal, Klutter and week and has tried not to hold up .

Mr.' Frank Hirsch left Saturday for : Bill Bolton spent the week-end at traffic during the operations. All
his home in Palm Beach. Biminy. .
cross roads have been kept open and TO BUY

-- concrete culvets have been placed as .

Dr. Ezellc Is recuperating after an Wilbur Cole was in Palm Beach fast as possible.The OTHER MAKES "
illness of several days Monday., new section ofthe road from

I the Clewiston Motor Company to the
t + Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Nowling and Charlie Minor was a weekend vis Palm Bench county line is now opento Bring Titles-Call '

daughter, Dorothy, left Tuesday. itor to Ft. ,Myers.Mr. traffic and is one of the finest S TUESDAY -': '
They will make their MONDAY AND
t in Palm pieces of roads in this section of the -

Beach Tom Shelly and 'J, A. Plunkettwill state. A coat of prime, (which is tar) -SEPTEMBER 3 and SEPTEMBER 9EVERANOK9TEL
move into the house _'
formerly is ,expected to be put on this road
Miv Bracken left Saturday for his I occupied by Mr. and Mrs Richard within a feW' days. It is expectedthat '
home in Chicago. Small. the road will be kept open as .
long as possible so that any holes '
Palm Beach
Messrs! Sam Woodham, Fred: Moltz MOR'FOR' ST INCOME that develop from traffic passingover

Earl....:. Crawford, Campbell Nall and I I I I' When fire is shut out of Florida the road might be filled. This Ask for Mr. Golman at officej

Horace Houze attended the .danco woodlands we will have a much section will be completed In about
at Belle Glade Friday night. greater' income J I ;) .:. : :: .:. .:. : :: :: : : :: : ; := ; = ; : ::;
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Far-seeing,}home owners prefer .Celo- ",, \_.. r plaster-base, Celotex is just the material -_-
tex insulation because it does more .'M:...".".:, : there is Celotex Lath-a plaster base : ...: for insulating roofs in old houses;

than insulate-it,builds stronger, sturdier .: that is designed to reinforce against for lining basements, attics and garages -

houses-makes them more per- :; cracks and eliminate lath marks-that ; for refinishing walls and ceilings .,
manent. : gives finer, smoother plastered sur. throughout the house. '

: faces. It assures a minimum of redecorating .", '
When used as sheathing on outside ". costs for the life of the building. Think how Celotex can increase

walls Celotex Standa r d Building your home comfort all year 'round by

Board adds bracing strength. Tests Besides being used sheathing and shutting out oppressing heat, dampness

have proven it builds walls stronger chills and drafts. ,

than wood sheathing. It can be applied
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under wood siding, shingles, stucco, EI.OTEXBRAND dealer for further information on .
brick veneer or any other type of Wall
finisH. Celotex. Get a copy of the interesting

new booklet, Celotex Cane Fibre In

And for inside walls' and ceilings INSULATING CANE BOARD sulation."

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