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: July 3, 1931
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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5-NO. 28 "'e. rl N.J.t. l FRIDAY'. JULY 3. 1 1931 PR1CF "' .
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I 'TUESDAY' LAST DAY Scenes and Persons in the Current: News I Auto Races At STEWART GIVES

Daytona Beach July 4


Dare-devil 'drivers from all over

the country will compete for honorsat .
Dayton Beach the afternoon or

y"y i', w 4tSfr. 'd .f ck FtE 1 1 July 4th. Officials" state that the larg- ---..-

set entry list recorded for: a summer

May Be ExtendedBv Y yr 'ir :fi .,YR.V 54 5 5 5y 'n race meet has bee nsigned" and the Revenue, Of County Is

Committee ForReorganization. famed dition. racing beach is in perfect con- I ,- ToJBe Increased By

. The races on the 4th, promise to New Laws.

1 I4 be a thrilling event with many ,local -
r FORT MYERS, June 30.-Unless :: a. favorites in competition with crack Elbert.. L. Stewart, Representative

-an extension is granted, today was drivers. from other states. in the state legislature from llendry

i the deadline for creditors and stock. Yf The races are being held as a feature county, gave the News a brief resume ?

holders of the defunct Southern Sug. + z N yam'y of the Volusia County Bummer:: of his stewardship while In Tallahassee. -

I ar Company to turn in their claims ,,y Voiles" which' start on Thursday,. .

E f under terms of a reorganization plan Ar K NQt .Iuly 2nd, and continue through the Representative Stewart has In ali

I recently made public. Just how many 3rd and 4th, probability been laboring under one

creditors and stockholders have responded No admission charge is made for of the greatest handicaps of any representative -

I to the plan cannot be known T the event and in addition a gigantic in Tallahassee. He has

until these claims have been tabu,. free Fireworks program, ",the Battle not ,had the cooperation of the Stato

4 b lated from the several banks in various of Chateau Thierry: will be staged Senator' from Key West, Arthur Jomez.

parts of the country whore they t on the ,Ocean, Front at'5:30. P.: M.- Senator Gomez has absolutely

could be deposited. Those who visit. 0aytonaBeach" ,for refused to cooperate with him on any

{r' Success of the reorganization depends the festivities will fInd'' 1, "every provision bill that he hag introduced. Not only

entirely the comfort! has Senator Gomez refused to work
upon response made for their and_ ,.entertainment '
from creditors and, stockholders. An # 3 s1 ;. there**wIlI be. something., with the representative from llendry

!t elaborate. ,system of exchanging cred"- .' ..,." county. but. has taken the same attitude .
1 1 rj'J'; "' r",,,,,,,,,,= ---- doing every .minute: '
r it and stock ,claims for securities In against' the ,representative from
.../ the new concern is contlned in the .-"ItW, uTllitli.il.t ,l ur* nf lliu IU.JO; 'crop whll. intended the Infs.nl. .iliin.nl. reuiilnii! nl the Uurlinnk nHIiul.Inli. THE ,.:. "' tate ; Collier cottnty.. '

' : plan. Persons with claims against' the ink nilir' "_- (;iP-i'iiil view of '(he I parade ut the IulniII( : ; nf I hit tnt<'rtaluuttl): ( Colon nl xl'Jsltiun In IMrji.. WEATHER :* I.", .Mr. Stewart in speaking of his
i r uf' : York t Hniker a Max. Min. "'Ralnfal.. .
: the pHfitP, MB miner,- thee* :
iO.qoll.boo from
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Ji'.. who Inherits $
::1 inno; P n.iUi'r. work at Tallahassee
I c ,sugar company are located in all -. i,' r" .<., <-.',->. ', and the members -
d I '.1 rf'I"\,1 i i"
parts of the country. < S ,'.* ti:: ; of the present session! laid blame
June 22 ... .. 59 .< '72 '. .... ; .
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Judge George AV. Whltehurst, in< -- ----- -- --- ---- the stormy session to memo "
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June 23 .. .....:... 87: ,. '.
whose court receivers were appointed LAKE LEVEL I June 24 ............ 89 77 '. bers that want .to dictate the poll-

a year 'ago to operate the sugar CANE BREAKERS LAY I, CONFIDENCE IN THERERCAMZATION June 25 .......?.? 89 78 r :, j I'CY .of the house, 'and oppose any bills
has not taken official that have not originated with them.
! company S. 6 A. \t. 6 P.1. June 26 ....... ..; 89 .78.. ?
: of the reorganization. Occupying 1 'Une ,ot the greatest, needs in the
, Juno 22 ..,.:...:::.......:...,15'5, ; 15.0' CLAIM TO COUNTY IS June 27 ............ 90 76 .
a ac: tne I I present legislature is "leadership"'stated
peculiar position judicial June 23 ........... ......:... 15.4 1&.4 June 23 ... .. 90 78 .
representative of the creditors alone, Mr. Stewart. "We need some
.. June 2,1 .:....,,:"....!: 16.5 .16.b I EXPRESSEDLOCALLYInvestment
. he stated emphatically last week at BALL CHAMPIONSHIPDefer' one to show us the way and who can
June 25 ....... ............... 15.5 Ib.b '
a hearing In connection with the WILLIAM HOOKS TO handle the affairs of the state in a .
June 26 ........ ............. 15.4 15.a
company's finances that he had neither way that we: can follow A, majorityof
June '27 ........ ..".._...? 15.5 1b.b '
approved nor disapproved the Mixed Is Too Great the members of.the house realize
June 28 ................. .... Ii.5 1o.b Aggregation PITCH EXHIBITION .
proposed plan. Technically, the court I the (financial; condition the state is
Sunday For Seeon For Property To '-
has ,never had the reorganization .. facing and are ready and. willing trf

plan presenter! to it. Judge White- COMMISSIONERS IN Shut-out. Be Sacrificed GAME IN GEORGIA do all in their power to relieve this

hurst has maintained strict silence condition provided they can be

,,"_ on the merits or demerits of the plan SPECIAL MEETING Boy howdy! Two consecutive shut "All Juiet On The Western Front" I shown: that the way' to'provide this -

emphasizing that as long as it had outs for our Cane Breakers. As for| might be applied to Clewiston', as the Will 1 Play In Southwest necessary money' will meet' with the ','1

t,. not .com'e .before him officially, ,ne LAST TUESDAYApprove a ball game we don't know the result I first of July gets under way.The Receivers Georgia League As approval of the people ,;and.is. the best ::.

could not pass upon it. Whether ,. but as a track meet or distance I of the Southern Sugar Company way to meet these obligations. \

creditors, the only group In which running hp score hoard shows'! that I have released every employeethat Florida Wonder.William ..,We nave prepared and passed ;:

[. the court is interested, enter Into the the locals crossed' the! hope rubberj is not absolutely necessary to legislation, to relieve the' "state ad- '..'

f.determine Curbing WorkAround eleven times last'' Sun' aj while their II)I! keep the property protected and the Hooks, member of the valorem tax to some extent. We have :.

i .. .. .. Court House opponents a mixed ngE:-Jgat'ln from cane in the fields cultivated. Clewiston base ball team and one of tried to give a fair distribution or

Ie;... last weeks open hearing. ; Moore Haven, LaBelle aim Laceportcould .I We ,understand that the its youngest. pitchers is visiting in the gasoline, tax. Some, have chargedthe
I 'judge -has: stated. However, :',;; ;-.' iscuss.taxes I\IJ.! ... l.I'II.r, J:. .. !>r -4Ll "' .Iu.-<.. _.. I';.... ___....Receiversure ....... F smaller'. countyrepresentatives: "- ',
t"l'J1E not cross !It one time.. I serving without compensation uitil Jeesburgr'Ga; Wllliam will pitch: a'm ; : .
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C he was frankly hopeful that ,
with robbing the larger counties
the reorganization committee decides exhibition game at Leesnurg today
.. Ii ,ultimate solution such as reorganization"'would A special meeting of the county Pete Wilson pitched a steady game what they can do to reorganizethe and if he performs as well there as 'ihis is untrue the, smaller county
giving up five hits, and with the entire
be worked out. This
Commissioners was held Tuesday at present company. he has here he is sure to make a hit representatives have tried to ,be fair :
appears' the, only method by which the court house at LaBelle for tIle Breakers team playing air tight i with those Georgia Crackers. William with the larger counties and we have .
ball behind him he was credited with With the ?. S2uuo allowed by tne -:,--
\ continuance of a profitable sugar en- purpose of accepting the work iecently I stood for what we thought was a fair
I I court for expenses until the 15th ol lert Clewiston last week witn its
I v terpilse' in the Everglades area Is nis second consecutive shut out In as
done distribution of this taxe
on the curbing arouuu I: money .
1'. Innings July the Receivers are taking pre Uncle, Tommy Hooks, for a brief
stars. In the last eighteen
possmie. 'rne receivcrsmp must 01 the court house, and transact any otn- many "The schools have been taken care
cantIng not to exceed this budget. it visit to his old. homo. .
necessity come to a halt some timer Pete has pitched, against Paho-
!' er business that might be neces&ary.R. of to some extent with the Increase
is understood that on the 15th the Receivers Among those to' watch William perform
r-: while frocerl pale would result I.I C. Collins, contractor. llulshed kee and the :Mixed Aggregation, he will have all outstandingdebts will be the followlngcoach.es: of 33 and 1-3 in the price of motor. ; ;
'practical confiscation of the property nas given up OnlY nine nits anu nut '
; the
work early this week and the (Continued on Page :
a single opponent has scored. paid with the exception of the Bill White, University of Georgia;
t: (Continued on Page 2)) commissioners met to approve the
/ Harry Rogers pitching for Moore Receivers Certificates I Rentz, Georgia Military College; and 2)i
bills and accept the work. The dib-
With little rain here the
during UHVIS, .nlven lue. MILTON CROUCH
Haven gave up about fifteen hits and
, t W. C. HOOKER HAS funds cussion in of both the the Bank security of of LaBelleand county considering the'support he had on past month very little drainage has The following news article appeared ;,'

Clewiston was discussed but the diamond and side line, too, he been necessary. This has been tne In the Americus, Times Rei HANDLE PEACH DEAL ,
driest month recorded June in the
f;t'S 5 OOO BUSHELS OFr nothing done regarding the present pitched a fine game. This writer likes five for i I I corder dated Monday. June 29:
past :years. With no money being
Baseball fans of this section ,
security that is being held by the Rogers 'and likes his pitching but no may
for In the southern) AT AMERICUS GA.
r': county. pitcher can do his best for nine Inn spent drainage bo afforded an opportunity to wit;. ;
SPUDS ON STORAGE Sugar Company property the .Receiv .
'The now curb around the court ings I If some one on the diamond and ness the hurling of William Hooks ,"
ers are managing to cut their expenses '
house gives the grounds a very Real side line is continually arguing. Why 14-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs.V.. Glades .
considerably.Just Will Return To *
L appearance and was a much needed can't some people keep quiet? W. Hooks, formerly of Leesburg, In
Will Be Sold For Local
: what the new organlzaU"oninlends
:1 addition to the beautiful building. A Manager Butler assumed the Vole an exhibition game on the Yellow In Fall To Handler ;
' to do and who will continue
'I ( Consumption : GrownOn new flag pole has been erected from of catcher for two innings then he jacKetl me-up. Crop:
Vegetable -
to hold their -'-
positions with the new '
' :; : 25 Acres. which our flag is flown each day gave up the position to Karl White, The lad is visiting here with his .
Company Is no,y known here. -
The commissioners last catcher. did cousin, George Hooks. Despite his
': ,' are to be con year's Both ,fellows
.. \Ve understand that Mr. Gibson Milton Crouch, one of the most successful -
I'' gratulated on having the curbing fine work behind the bat and to top? youth, Young Hooks is a star pitcher
'i i W. C. Hooker, one of the best posted who has been comptroller for the farmers and shippers of vegetables ,
' work done and the erection of the it all Manager Butler went to bat live with the famous Clewiston Cane '
I farmers on Everglades soil, has Company left for his new position in in the Clewiston section, left
nag pOle. witn the oeautmcatiort 01 times and garnered five hits. Breakers ball club of Clewiston, Fla.
; heen experimenting on the growing Miami Saturday. Malcomb Bigg who last week tor points in Georgia wherehe
. ."\ : M'r. the court house grounds work started Houze playing his first game at His sensational pitching has earned
r of Spuds.. Hooker has in his packing has been connected with the Company will handle the peach crop for .
; it should not be long before Hf>n- first base, for the locals looked'very for him the title, of "Florida's< Boy
':', hausD at the present time over for the past five years and has the Allison Produce Company.Mr. .
dry county,will have one of the finest good and bids, well for a regular Wonder." He is a right hander.An '
1.' a.uuu busneis or supds tnat ne produced been with Mr. Bryant at Canal Point ; Crouch operated a packing
... and most beautiful court Houses berth on the team. effort Is being made to place
'. from 25 acres of Everglades before coming here is now in charge house at Lake Harbor this year Wltn
I ;,,;:. soil this past winter. In the state. amcu: iicicing atioiie twice uy ue of the office and acting comptroller the Florida twirler on the mound for Arthur Wells who is also one of: the

These potatnes were grown from cisive scores the Cane Breakers have for the Receivers. Leesburg In an exhibition played outside most successful farmers in the Belle- '

r claimed to be the "County Ball Bosses. the Southwest Georgia League.
seed potatoes from Wisconsin and A. G IVEY ASSUMESMANAGEMENT Judge Whitehurst is expecting the Glade section. M essers Crouch am
I ;'. were for ." And now, since we so decisively will be played on'e
grown mostly teed,' and local new rganization to give him some schedule.rrhe game Wells shipped over hundred cal.Sor

:' consumption.! whipped the Mixed Aggregation we definite information regarding the in Leesburg. tomatoes during the, season ana

"I have always wanted to grow Potatoes OF extend with great pride our boast' of reorganization by the 15th of this: handled several cars of corn ana

..:, in the Everglades and this bening the "Ball Bosses of Henury We' They did not have
month. understand that at that NEW BARBER SHOP other vegetables.
-:past year I purchased: several cars or A & B GROCERYAlston and Glades Counties." time if the reorganization ,committeecan their plant ready for the early bean

I : potatoes for experiment us only, The following was the line-up for assure the court that their plansare ioason but will operate tne entire
.\ They last Sunday's : Moore Haven- IS NOW OPENED IN
produced one of the finest cropsI game working out and that they will S season next year.

have ever seen," stated Mr. Hook 'On Vacation For Williams, ss, Click 2b. Beck rf, Thie- take over the property In a few days Mr. Crouch came to Clewiston sev-

er. Three Months Tour lan c, Bogan Ib, Alderman 3b, Rogers that the Receivership might be extended CIVIC CENTERNolan eral years ago and entered the pro-

These potatoes were planted on p. Stringer Jf. Bronson cf; Clew for a period of ten days or duce business. buying and shipping'
March 20 and we expect to keep them Of Southern Wilson this small
States. iston-Cothern cf. D. White ss, more. on a small scale. From,

on storage for about sixty days. p, McFeeters rf, Butler c. D. All of South Florida Is looking forward Conner Is New business he has built his presen't1)lant

There are about 3,000 bushels of the During the absence of Julius -Alston Hooks 2b, Nail :3b, E. White ir, Houze to the reorganization of the at Lake Harbor., It is understood
.' Red Bliss variety and 2,000; bushelsor lb. Proprietor: Comes shipped more
owner and manager of the A Sugar Company and are working that his firm

the cobblers. -- & B Grocery store, A. G. ivey will Tomorrow the Cane Breakers accept with the reorganization committee to From Ft. Myers.Nolan carloads of vegetables from the

The 5.000: bushels are stored in tile he in charge of the store. Mr.. Ivey a challenge thrown by a picked that end. Creditors are taking advantage Glades than any other packers in this

packing house of Mr. Hookers and has been connected with Mr. Alstonfor team of engineers. The game will .
of the liberal terms offered by B. Conner, of Fort Myers, territory.
\ <: J ,'! are being well ventilated.' They the past two years and Is thoroughly start at 3:00 P. M. There Is enough the new organization and from all has opened the Civic Center BarberShop Mr. Crouch has associated with
..? should keep for at least sixty to ninety at Americus. ,..
between the Two teams tor deal
competent to handle the large rivalry indications the new Company will In Clewiston. Mr. Connors has him In the poach' '
days. Mr. Hooker intends to sell business this to be and It being Hooks. Mr. Hooks baa i'---
by Mr. Alston. a great game take over the property on the i&tn been operating a barber shop at Everglades Ga., Tommy

the potatoes to the southern mark. The A & B is now being operatedon the Fourth of July a good crowd is of this month. City and was employed in several hundred acres in peaches and ..
I cts. Jlany will be hauled around ....
away by a cash\ basis with a substantial cut expected to be present. several shops in Fort Myers. lIe Is q with his connection in and

i truck and sold in Miami and other in prices on groceries, and meats.Mr. Sunday afternoon at three o'clock LABELLE MAN KILLED firm believer in Clewiston and stated Americus he expects to ship several

I :(... Florida cities. and Mrs. Alston are expected the locals meet the strong aggrega- that he expected to make his future hundred cars during the season. Mr.

i1.;;..:.:..:.,:::.'" Mr Hooker expects to retain about., to be away from, Clewiston for the tion hailing from Pahokee on the Local LABELLE Juno 30.-Mabry Cason home her. Crouch Is expected to follow tOe

..:;:"".: 1,000 bushels to be used} for seed next.two or three months. Mr. Alston diamond. The two teams have 23 was killed at his home here last Mr. Conner expects to do first class peach deal into the Carolinas:! and

: :"','0_.". next year. He also stated that he will attend the Stribling right m played two fine games this year the night when a rifle he was cleaning barber work and specialize In ladles time apple and tomato deal into Mary!

,':' <',expected to plant the next crop about Cleveland having left his home at locals winning both and the third is was discharged. The bullet piercinghis and children's work. The new place land. He will return to Clewistoa

:J. two or three months' earlier"than. he Richland, Ga., Monday for the scene expected" to bo harder fought than heart. A coroner's Jury today held ,of business Is in the Schultz building! next mil to resume his packing mmr
t', r lrth'ls.' year.. of the fight.. either of the other two. the shooting accidental.; next door to White's Cafe. ,!rmh'r. interest In this s"r-tou.!
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Senators sorve without compensation the second ,special session which con. elephants were engaged for certain -

L: Ttiii CLEWISTON NEWS during the next session of the Legis venes July 7 must remain in doubt.If sequences and the company travelledto .

lature. They have not accomplished wo are to judge by the record, another "location" for the scenes. As they
a Published Friday In Clewlston, I.
. every anything worth while since thc first 20 days will find the situation passed into a corral, constructed expressly '
., session. Hard times may be me cause 'substantially unchanged, with ., tho for them, one of the elephants -
for the extra .session probable necessity of a third extra separated herself from the group. r

t:, Entered as second class matter, February session. iney scattered 1n an airecuona.: uui

ft.\. 1, 1927, at the Post Office at What a blessing it would be to the Tho Governor has specified the the elephant headed straight for

i-,: ,- Clewiston, Florida, under the Act of State of Florida If we had 95 Representatives program for the coming session, Im- Charlie Murray and would have a See&otKiigari

:_" March 3, 1897. In Tallahassee like Joe iting It to passing the appropriation charged had tile actor not been near

!'- Peeples from Glades county. Joe laup bill providing now revenue and perfecting enough to the gate to .escape
;; + WINNER t11A21
Interests t tL
;; A Newspaper devoted to the Best -, o
) there to serve his people and triesto the "tax collecting machin "It's the sun helmet and khaki outfit (Intariat oavlJ 7KOPNY SCE
of Hendry County, Florida.Its .l' ,4 ,,
r." servo the entire state at the same er)." This program does not embrace. you're wearing, Mr. Murray." the :. -, r'1 t/ta 1 OLtOWING YEAR
Leading Newspaper.
;,: time. He is not seeking popularitynor any measures of econoiny.| it :ttiis trainer explained "She had a trainer

>f Subscrition Rate ........ $2.00 per year is he ;seeking any honor and political program is strictly adhered to the* four years ago who beat her some ,r / i r w, ,/r,r ff nz Iti.rr, :: I 1921 MI ISS SS ANERIC4 MERI 11 x9.75 PU?

;"f. Outside of State of Florida $2,50: graft. He does not speak often extra session will devote itself to thing fierce: and he always wore that I9 b MI1i M1ERKA V 61.118I

I' Advertising rates'' furnished on appli but when ho does he always says a raising money and spending money.a1ld l kind of a get.up.Then you same in. 4 x i92 11111 MERICAIDf 99325r

f cation. mouth full.. He gets what he wants will do nothing about.>.".... saving hero she thought she'd take a whack X14 19 Miis AMERIU 1QYI

( Business Office Clewlston News, and sees that his county is well rep- money. at .you." I -- k ,c'r' i 1930 HIcS ANLRI 4 Ig ..39or

.", Clewiston, Florida. Editorial and Advertising resented. There may be a ray of hope In the Murray had to be on guard every

same. -' appointment of a special committeeof ,second while the scenes were being 2O9'1-

I Telephone 339 The "Top Of The Morning Club" the House to sit during the recess taken with the elephants, and there t : (-rJEtvE CIW1PERED 14115 AhieQ1A
t._ program that greets you every morn- for till purpose of formulating, a' finance was no denying the fact that "the A' SPEEDING 0/MflDIAW OVER CQEEI4FWR1DA rHE WAtER .

r -:: Sunday's ball game was- interesting ing from WQAM, Miami, was dedi and taxation plan-but practical old girl,", as he called her had it In t11 :; 'fERRIfiC SP ED. IO11Sb MILES
Inning. cated to Clewiston Wednesday morn- results from this source are ex- for him alone as the rest of the company : HOUR
t;<. from the flrst to the last ,
[- ':'" Rogers, from LaBelle pitched a good I ing. It was a fine program opening tremely doubtful We have had jsev- were never molested in any Jr .
with the "Down Among the
In the song, oral of these plan-maKing committees way.
4. I game but had poor support 1
; Hold. This youth from LaBelle -will Sugar Cane." Miss Frances has won and their plans have been "shot to "TTie' Cohens and Kellys in Africa"

nnake some team a good pitcher u the heart of every person in uiowis- pieces" as soon as they came wMhin with George Sidney, Kate Price and

;::_,:. handled properly. ton, Pedro is running a close second, range of the legislative fire. Vera Gordon playing featured roles Gar1 u- Q

1: ".,.-.. If you want to start the day right The people are 'disgusted-but not will be shown at the Prince theatre

). .. That old spirit ot rivalry was ID just tune in every morning from sev- utterly discouraged. They are 'hoping beginning Sunday. July 5. Vin Moore Woo

all Sunday. en until eight thirty. that the first 80 days will prove to directed the production.
n'i ,. evidence during the game
have been the worst-that the next
Jlcau'apol'tsmansmp ui
: \ is evidence
I\' a good loser and, those who can show THE PEOPLE PAID $250,000 20 will be better. Let us pray!-:-Tam- "MONTE CARLO"Entertainment -
.' annw r.>..a r
: .' bound to win lat. pa Tribune. .f.fI I
.::. this are sooner or- FOR WHAT? I .:.:.. .. "
r:;:" er. It takes a good man to smile wnen of the very richest <
'. he loses, but the public acclaims him The Legislature of 1931, after 80 Stewart Gives Good gayest typo promised for audiencesat I -- "'J7'

as their hero when he smiles*.regardless ':days of continuous session, has ad- the Prince Theatre July 7 and 8.
Account Of Services
<;. of what the outcome may journed, to meet again in Its second For Ernst Lubltsch's far-famed
Spectacular FireworksAt T.I\MPA-New post office cnnes to
;t= be. extraordinary session July 7. "Monte Carlo" Is coming to town.
(Continued from be ready for occupance in July.
Page 1)
"Monte Carlo" Is the story of toe FrolicsOne
:C; According to a statement Beach
.,:.:; We are now mot only ball bosses State Treasurero Knott, the regular fads and foibles of the wealthy members -

r...., of. Hendry. county: but we have addeu session of 60 days cost $200.000, or jar tags. This money will go to the of royalty who spend much ot of the finest fireworks programs PLANT CITT-Florida Gao! "Compa
r.t. counties. and Glades schools of the counties. Hendry coun- tables of ny'seeks :20-year gas fr&ncbtee in this
;:: the two Hendry $3333 a day. which Included all expenses their time at the gaming ever brought 'to Florida will

"." combined.to tho territory covered by and the extra session of 20 cy will receive approximately $9OOU Monaco's famous casino. Beach I city. .... ,
be staged at Daytona 3.8.a part
: :' this broad boas I days cost 46000.. or $2300 a day. increase from this tax alone.' Jeanette MacDonald. who was the ---
t; :. of the big Volusia County Frolics':;.
.... --- which Mr. Knott says does not in When asked from What source or romantic feminine lead In "The Love I WEST PALM: BEA.CH-Williams,
The famed Battle of Chateau Thier
;( Clewiston is going back to old I elude printing and other expenses. revenue he expected to see the pres.ent Parade" and In "Let's Jo Native," is Hunt and Randolph received! eootiaci
will be reenacted hundreds or ;
to. ,.:.. times-the Fats against the Leans in So the Legislature thus far has cost state debt wiped out .Represen here seen and heard as the sweet- rockets ry and beautiful aerial bombs for building addition to Country Club

, '.' a real ball game. That reminds us ot the state approximately 250000. If tative Stewart stated that the 2 cent voiced Countess who lose heavily at building. <.'
will light the heavens and throw .
.:, : 'the' time when the umpire' carried arti' the second extra session runs 20 tax on gasoline would probably be roulette and decides that her only --
their colorful reflection on the waters
: :'.." gun to keep the crowd off when ne days, which it undoubtedly will, and passed as an emergency measure hope is a marriage with the aUiunet of 'the Atlantic. while carefully JACKSONVILLE Runways and _.

:< missed 'a play.. its expense is at the same rate as only and; as soon as this debt was Claud Allister, a' .vacuumbrainedPrince equipment at South JackeOTtTiUe Air "
.. arranged ground set pieces will complete -
I:..; ,* the first extra session, it will cost paid off the tax would riot be 'en of her acquaintance. Allisteris the picture In a most realistic Terminal beingimproved.TALLAHASSEE .

-(, :" How about a son and rather ball 546,000. which will make the total of forced. all for the match too, until JacK and impressive spectacle

::.: .' game Tnere a.re.sOIe'. good ball tne Legislature or iUii; nearly * : Ample accomodations are pronoeu
l:.; players among the ,younger boys In .' his ,activities white in Tallahasseeand Count enters the scene. Buchanan $144,258 awarded recently for
"r 000.What for those who wish to view the program -
l ;' 'c the city, they could, lick their dads results have the people obtained reported that he passed a bill loves Jeanotte the moment he sets road\ construction, materials: anr
and no charge is made.
and what a Joy it would give them. for the $250,000 they nave so putting the. Felda road on the preferential eyes on her, but somehiw he cannot Expert pyrotechnic engineers ot equipment.

/ Lots of time this; summer for entertainment far paid for legislation this year? list of state roads and that the effect a meeting with her. And so the Thearle-Duffield Fireworks Company I

; of the boys of our commu- What did the Legislature do and bill never was passed'by the Senate. he bribes her personal hair-dresser
of Chicago have been in Daytona : .-
E" ,nity. leave undone during its 80 days or Senator Gomez will have to answerto to leave his job. Jack takes the placeof the ;';:::o..
',. l'" for two weeks working on ;
!io existence? the people of Hendry county for the domestic minion and handles i "ya '1
sets and arranging for the monster
;? Two dollars rand forty-live cents It raised motor licenses onethird.It his activities while in Tallahassee. the shears and curling Iron so well I production Mr. C. H": Duffield. head CAREFUL CA NDER f wl --I. .

":"was: taken up at the ball field Sun taxed utility receipts one and Some of our people have not"",been that Jeanette finds him'x indispens-. of the organization has accepted

: ,*lay.l From the ;crowd present forty- one-half per cent, which will be paid disappointed In him Willie others able. I Manager Strieder's invitation to personally -

: two dollars and fatty cents would by the consumers.it have declared that he would not take Comes the time for Jeanette to allow '
attend the Frolics + M
have been a reasonable amount. The taxed chain stores and the stocKsof the stand he has if elected to"tne Allister to propose to her suc I nMA21 1

Ulewiston team Is paying us own all stores.It Senate. cessfully. Jack must do something:

;- way and those who witness the reallocated the gasoline tax: so The News would be glad to publishany to prevent the match. In order to:

games should appreciate the efforts that the seven largest counties will statement from the Senator regarding clear his mind he seizes Jeanette and :- -- -' -
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of the boys enough to contribute to lose lo the smaller counties ?800,000 his activities while in Tallahassee kisses her warmly. She likes it. Hut

their support. ClewIston has a real of their annual revenue from this otherwise we feel that what he is only the hair-dresser to her. In v; _

." ball team and they work hard for source. forcing them to increase tne* !'' we have stated should be taken'(as the happy conclusion, however, JacK -VVTH$ MR. MAN.THE .

your benefit every Sunday. No admission county tax on real estate. true. :. ".4 makes his true Identity count for

,;. is charged but collection' is it provided for the assessment ana something.The CLEWISTON

t-. taken among the crowd. Dig down a collection, of 'an inheritance tax. already Tuesday Last_ '' Day settings for this picture are

little ueeper ana help me ooys aiong. ordered by the people.It done in the grand manner reminis. LAUNDRY CO.
For Creditors To
:" Balls and bats cost money. No prayer legalized racetrack betting. cent of "The Love Parade." Miss f k:
jOLfTM1 knows that he te )
Every man pay-
I receives: a dime' for his services. That's the sum total of things Join New CompanyContinued MacDonald has 15 changes of cos
: safe" whes sends his shirts,
ing he :
t. done What of, the things not done? tume, some of them. we are told, \

,s. You are cussed If you do and you The Legislature failed to do the ( from Page 1)) right before your eyes. There is an. { i cillars and other personal:. ,,)linens tiThe

are cussed if you don't. That is part I two primary things which the Constitution -' ..' abundance of original and pleasing MDA Y r Clewiston Laundry. They' will
." .
r' life and if the/ average :man taken requires! each Legislature top by acceptance of bids which woula melodies sung by Buchanan, Allister: come back Snow-white clean v/llh ,a

- "offense' to --every word> that i is utteredby do- sand a general appropriation bill be ruinously low. Although the property Miss MacDonald and others. '

iri'e'spodfclWs. :) persons he woulc1walk ',:: a state tax levy bill. represets an i investment of more Lubltsch:; was the director of "The promptness that is pleasing .

around'" "= :rtii' a chip on his it did nothing about reducing. consolidating than 020,000,000, it was considered Love Parade." Buchanan Is the idol

,.. ._ ,..--- -= or abolishing state depart- of the British musical stage.
::- shoulder all tho.time. Just keep plug doubtful if 1000.000 would be bid I .666

ging away and it won't be long before ments, bureaus or offices and this sum, spread among the ?5,- I, CLEWISTONLAUNDRY

.-. people wilt begin to see that it aid nothing about the tee system 000,000 to six million dollars In Rose Hobart, who plays one of the Inc. .
i ,
there is some good in every person or the pay of county officers. claims would mean immense loss to featured' roles in Universal's all-talk LIQUID OR TABLETS EL PASO AVE.& SAN B I I It did nothing about state jug version of John Erkine's in
ami those wno are always cubsiug reducing the creditors. screen Relieves a Headache or Neuralgia

.' :you. and saying mean things will I salaries.It Something definite on progress of popular novel "Sincerity" which has 30 minutes, 'checks a Cold the first FL((!} !D4 r,.

1 find that their own language has did nothing about reducing the the reorganization is anticipated July been titled "A Lady Surrenders" and day, and checks Malaria in three days l

turned upon them and their friendsare excessive number of Circuit Courts.It 16 when another hearing will be held which opens at the -Prince theatre 666 SALVE FOR BABY'S COLD our snow e, urlrrrP

fleeing- tbo other side. drtl nothing about curtailing road before Judge Whitehurst. The court Thursday, is one of the most recentof

building expenditures. last week granted the receivers, P. filmdom's recruits from the speaking -

r' The world never appreciates a It did nothing about preventing G. Bishop and J. L. uoggett, permission stage. -.---

nepotism in state offices. Miss Hobart was a leading wom- .. ... "'-" '
woman who talks and knocks all the to spend more than 80,000 in jf" "- .
man" It did nothing about prohibiting and star Broadway for"seyeraJ -. .r.-__-:.'.-:, ,,-:. ..--.!.i'.1.- ._ .- .....,, -;...," /;--Q": ': -- -.-- ,
an on
L.. time. The average respects a maintaining the propcrticT'and<:; keep-
::- w mall and by keeping out of their. members of the Legislature holding Ing the cane in proper cultivation uu seasons before the lure of the talkies GENERAL ELECTRIC

I other state Jobs.It : took her to Hollywood and as
arguments he makes friends that are til that time. Judge Whitehurst i

lasting trionds. There are a lot or did nothing about a state tax served notice, however, that it would such, she was noted for her ability: REFRIGERATORS, RADIOS & SUPPLIES]

successful business women in the commission.. be a difficult task to convince him. to play varied sophisticated roles. C. E. STEBEL DEALER .

world, .they usually meet their fellow It did nothing about effectively that more of the company's trust In "A Lady Surrenders" she hasa I

business. associates on an even stopping the green fruit evil. funds should be expended after that role which calls for ultra-smart i I For Glades, Hendry & Upper Glades

basis and never wilt and shed tears It did nothing about putting escaping time. ness and. sophistication. I

for sympathy. They do not hide behind taxable] property on the tax Starting tomorrow, the 'receivers Featured in this production with RADIO SERVICE

the fact that the average man books. arc serving without pa}*. They have Miss!' Hobart are Conrad Nagel, Genevieve "

sympathises wIth a waman. They It did nothing about facilitating the been receiving $1000 a.: month each Tobin, Basil Rathbone, Carmel : "' Pahokee Theatre Building

play the game square and take whatever collection of unpaid taxes. for the past year. Local attorneys say I i\iyers, Vivian Oaiciand( and agar

comes their way without show It aid nothing about: more umiorm the receivership is the, largest ever Norton. Pahokee, Florida

ing a yellow streak. and equitable tax assessments. handled by: a state court, It usually fW @l :& '
y It did nothing about' congressional being the prerogative of icderai COMING SAT., JULY 11 I tJ

: redistricting, to give the state the courts to assume jurisdiction In actions -
Its too bad that the newspaper
additional district and Congressmanto involving such Immense hold Lucile Browne, beautiful and
procession nas to nave al woman which it .is entitled.It ings. charming blonde recruited from tho
among its ranks that can't live with '
did nothing about an a ltoD1obl1edrivers' New York, stage, makes her sreen
out making untruthful statements CLEWISTON FOLKS *
,_ license law. debut in "Last of the Duanes, ," Fox
Next Week
At The
you can tool a lot or people some 01 It did
nothing about relieving real Monotone all talking romance ot
tho time and a few.. (the people all estate-instead, it Increased the burden Prince Theatre the Southwest being cofeatured with THE HOTEL TA-MIAMI
Of) the time, but you:,can't fool all of
real estate
upon in the
larger George O'Brien, popular young mm
l the people all of the .time. ;This is
I .
.:, counties.In COHENS AND KELLYS"That actor. The adaptation was made from Miami FloridaWELCOMES
sound doctrine can't ,
r and denied
I short, It did nothing to enact or Zane Grey's widely red story of the

{ -- I enforce worthwhile economy, which. elephants never forget is an same name. The carefully selected YOU

President Hoover is being acclaimed -! with the relief of real estate, were axiom generall accepted, and Charlie cast also includes such well known

by both the Democrats and the two slogans of the session when.It Murray playing a featured role inUniversal's favorites as Walter McGrail, Myrna
Republicans for bin suspended debt began. The most perfectly ventilated hotel in the san trl
"The Cohens and Kellys Lois rloyd Ingrahata, James Brad. i
I payment plan. Wonder! if it would And< that's what the people got tor In Africa" had 'a reason to become bury. Jr.,, Frank Campeau, Nat '
i not hel pit the State of Florida suspended plan ,
their $250.000. '' Storage street European
i 1 deepl yimpressed with the fact. Pendleton, Willard Robertson and space across.
Its road building for '
program Just how
many of those omissions It was while the picture was In Blanche Fridcrici. Albert Worker directed
one year and Uio Representatives and will
be corrected or supplied during production that eight huge African :


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Miss Louise Waldron returned to,i Laiselle were visitors to Clewiston "

her home at Arcadia Wednesday at- Sunday. J

ter visiting Miss Jewell Lowe foFSeveral SUNDAY & MONDAY
'1\1188..1'1'anCes Monroe and campbell i. 5/'
months. 2 JULY, 55 /
Nail attended tIle theater at Pa- ,
N George Sidney
Charlie' Marry
Arthur Lawrence is expected to hokee Sunday ulglit.'Miss :
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4 c ; W4 rj Co-Starring
mouths vacation ;
leave next week ,for a IN
L. M. Overallof Dyer, Tenn..
with relatives at 1 THE COHENS, AND KELLYSIN
arrived Tuesday. She will return 1 4
.Minn. "AFRICA
home Friday accompanied by Mrs j !

Mr. and Mrs. J. E. liearsley ana Bessie Culbreth and Mr. bam wooa- with .
Vera Gordon Kate PriceYou'll
children, Jimmie, Bobbie and Dan, ham who. will visit relatives in Georgia b4t
; laught til your' sides ache;;

motored to Lake Placid Friday. Mr. for a mouth. p.- cs also .

and Mrs.' Beardsley placed the children (.e* .
Comedy Fox News

in the Boy Scout camp there. Mrs. G. O. Wallace is spending this R k .<.", +,,y,lr J vy...uvctk1,u

I ; '
Miss. Mae Clyatt Tampa is visit- JULY 7&8

ing Mr. and Mrs.-. E. Nail this week. BROADCAST k.:V M1: r Jack Buchanan

Jeannette MacDonald

Mr. .and Mrs. J. K. Baker and IN"MONTE -

daughter) Betty, and Miss Rtuh J LOCAL PROGRAM CARLO" '

Knopf spent Monday ana Tuesday in Smart lovers in smart farce

r Fort Myers. WED. MORNING I Also

( "'''. is: {I.';; :uro.! u'ullsmluclllJr radio and telephoto, shows the ruins of a big Jesuit church in Madrid, Spain after It Comedy Latest News Events:

Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Mowry and son, ,' I..-IJ' i'l.; ,,,iril! by the anticlerical rioters. .

John Kennlth, spent last weekend in JULY 9 & '10
It t
i Top Of. The Morning
: .
Miami. will be the A good
-' '- handling cheapest.
f '' "g-

-- Club Makes Big HitWith : I permanent pasture will produce lots Conrad.Nagel Genevieve Tobin .
Y Louis Morgan and Troy Puryear! Clewistonites. of feed at little expense.In IN

t 'I' spent Tuesday in West Palm Beach. : LABELLENEWS.- our section we have found that "A LADY SURRENDERS"

f Wateh nuebands-or
Ladle*- your
t. a
/:. Bermuda grass is a good base for
Clewiston was on the .air Wednes- .
else win!
Claude Downs loft Wednesday of permanent pasture on nearly any someone-
day morning over WQAM, Miami MRS. LEMUEL HOWARD i l'
Fox News
last week for in South Caro- Comedy
points kind of soil. On soil that is not too
Florida. The program was the feature
lina. dry and sandy, the Bermuda may De
of the "Top Of The Morning Club"and JULY 11
supplemented with lespedza, Bahia
Clewiston and Alva Burke of LaBelle motored to Her and will eATUROAVz.'lne
1 was ,dedicated to spend a few days in
P. G. Bishop, M. H. Gibson and! K. grass, carpet grass, and other gr tls- nom.r.c'o"THE
tho Sugar 'Bowl of, America. Avon Park' Wednesday and was accompanied | Grey's Great Western .
't'yatt'erson made a business trip to Arcadia Is .one '
before returning to her homein es. On moist land carpet grass
The program opened with the song home by his wife and lit'tie LAST OF THE DUANES"irith
Fort Myers Thursday. LaBelle. of the best pasture grasses obtain-
"Down Among he Sugar Cane." .Requests daughter, Katherine: who have: '
t Mr. Wade Hampton and daughters .
e been spending their vacation the able.A George O'Brien
were, sung and played by Mis&j
Mrs. E. E. "Kelly left Wednesday Marie, Mable and Billy, and Mrs. good pasture will fufrnish green :'
Francis past two weeks in Clearwater and No. 0' -
Pedro, Miss Aurorer, Mr. Chapter ; ;
- after a few days visit here with Mr, Avon Park. Hampton's grandfather, Mr. Hedges, grazing for eight or nine monhs of Oswaldi
Bishop andothers. Miss Frances The Indians
,Kelly and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Shelley. will leave for' Kentucky Sunday fora the year. If Bermuda Is disked and Cferfoon
Miss Dorothy Howard, Mrs. Vivian Are Coming
seems to be the most popular' singerIn few weeks Vacation. fertilized occasionally from year to i
South Florida Howard and. Paul Sullivan motoredto
She several
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Alston and L gave Miss Mary Alice smith spent tne year, It will make a good pasture for .Tao
for her in Clew- Fort Myers Thursday 'evening. or runners preferably) runners.
daughter,. Elva, left Saturday for requests boy friends weekend in Fort Myers vlsitlng"rela- many years. .
Miss .Edna Small and F. E. Selby be chopped 09
iston. Pedro played several Southern roots or runners may.
Before starting a permanent pas-
Illchland: Ga. They, were accompanied lives \
motored to Tampa Sunday'afternoon.Mr. I the land and then
melodies for maid who has and spread over
I by
a negro ture, the land should be prepared
by Mr. E. L. Alston who has Mrs. R. E. Edwards of Frostproof
not 'been back .to Georgia ,for several. and Mrs. E. E. Laney of Fort cleaning out all of the brush and tree disked In with good; results. Ot courseEermuda :
been visiting! here for the past week. visited' her mother Mrs. W. M. Mes-
years. Then the wedding march wa.splayed Myers were visitors in LaBelle Saturday growth weeds, etc., and then it grass la hard to get rid ol J
ser of LaBelle over the weekend.Mrs. .
'I for one of the city's most afternoon.Mrs. should be either plowed or disked after it is started, but this very fact ./'
Green and Roy
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sam Carson spent last Thurs ./
Pedro did his Lottie B. Langford returned mimes it one of be best grasses for
popular couples. part ,
Jr., and Mr. H. C. Jones motored to:1 day In Fort Myers 'transacting busi- thoroughly. '
to her home in Fort Myers Thursday pasture.
West Palm Beach Thursday night to well.Miss Bermuda may be started from seed permanent :
Frances was kept busy sing- after visiting her sister Mrs. Sam ness.Mr.
i if
attend the theater. and Mrs. Perry Hull and children -
Ing requests from her admirers which Carson 'for a few days.

Mr. and Mrs. S. O. Cochran and of LaBelle motored to Arcadia
to include entire Engineers
' '' seem, the.
: Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Baker and Miss' Sunday.
son, Tommy, motored to Fort Myers
office force. McFeeters, White andCothern's AUTO REFINISHING
I U.Uuth' Knopf motored to Fort Myers Sunday afte noon.- .:Virgil Miller returned home afterspending' '
I Have ,
request "Though I
h'ridaYr; ._ _. -.: .. ...-. 'or.--..: several"1 days' 'In Suwaiiee
: ..: .! r :., 3" !Never Seen You I Love You Yet" was Mr.' and Mrs: L. M. Jennings Sr., R. BOOZER /

l : .', the hit of the entire program Miss and Mr. and ?Mrs. L. M. Jennings Jr., county visiting relatives. .
I .. Louis., Morgaa and iiart White relatives Mrs. Dolphus Carson and daugn- i
I or ijuueue visited in UKe .
\ Frances sang "I'm Dreaming of You. 505 Belvedere Road
I made;.,.business, '''trip to West Palm Clewistonites will be looking for- chobee Sunday.Mr. ter,( Buena, of Immokaleo were in /

I Beach Monday.Dr. and Mrs. C. L. Crouch and L Wednesday..
ward to another program from this West Palm Beach >
87 1,6
: daughter Hortense visited In Fort L. N. Thomas and Arthur Loweryof ,
Interesting station, which .will be given
.: ,and Mrs. B. A. Bourne and stated Myers Thursday. Felda were in LaBelle Thursday __, "" r"; .
In the near future. George

children left Sunday to. spend the that several requests were, omitted Cary Carlton of Arcadia was a- visitor on business.

summer. in the North. Superintendent and Mrs.; E. L. Stal- .
in LaBelleThursday. :.
time. These will '
> due to the lake of "'"""'iI ':c"-
Hull motored lings and son, Lindsay. AID. and Mrs.
be filled at an .early date. Mr., and Mrs. Perry : :

Mr. ;and Mrs. Hawkins left Saturday --- to :Arcadia Wednesday where they W. P. Arledge spent Sunday .after- EAST COAST BODY CO. '

and will make their home in will Alice noon at Fort Myers Beach. '
have their daughter's, '

Moore Haven. COLLIER BRIDGE TO tonsiles removed. Mrs. H. A. Rider and sons,- James 715 North Dixie .. .

The Royal Neighbors of LaBelle Winston, Reeves and Billy, attendedthe

Sunday Mr. and from Mrs.Jacksonville N. C. Storey where returned they BE 'DEDICATED ON presented the play "Listen Ladie.s" I show evening."Seed": 'in Fort Myers Monday We do all kind of body work, fenders, tops :;.:

Friday night at the grammar school ,:
spent the past week on business. 0 I
SATURDAY JULY 4 'auditorium. It was a scored success. Mr. and Mrs. Williams Stallings wood work and radiator work. ]

Mrs. H. A. Rider Mr. E. M. Cor- : and little daughter, Peggy; and 'Mrs.E. .
Bob Hancock of Miami Locks wasa
nette, :Mr. and Mrs. William Blountof L. Stallngi Jr., motored to Palm :'l
visitor to Clewjston Monday.Mr. .
Beach business.
Blount Friday on .y11
LaBelle and mrs. George -
South Florida To JoinWith Miss Evelyn Burhans of Umatilla
an Mrs. B. F. Fears and son, of Sebring left Sunday for Bowling .... .; .1
Punta Gorda Green, Kentucky. Mrs. Rider stoppingoff is spending a few days In LaBelle rII..I1..I1.lJrI. . . .
Fort My
Walker, swjnt Wednesday In :,
visiting her grandmother Mrs. LauraV. :
in Zebulon. Ga. They will return ,
usiness and pleasure trip For _
ers on a Occasion. :1
next Sunday.

combined. Patroll 1 of the LaBelle Girl Scouts Mrs. ClerBIe Hand of Fort Myerswas IIII! c', < B!

Dr. 'J. W. EzeUe left Friday for A new mile long, $1,000.000 bridge entertained' the other patrols at 'a the guest of Mrs.\ Homer Hand I : : '

,: hase just been completed over the "Kid Party" Thursday evening at of,'North LaBelle over the week-end.. E : c. j j.f

3 Graceville where he will visit rela Peace river at Punta Gorda, Florida ; ; > :

tives. and named after Barron Collier, the I the home' of Mrs. C. C. Royer. Costumes former Miss Cynthia LaBellp'Edna schoolteacher Hudspeth- : : :. r f : ,. c: HH

of 'six: year old children were
J state's largest single landowner. Senator daughter of Mrs. R. TM.\ Hudspeth of ) <
worn and one brought her .f HOME
Captain F. Deane Duff and M. W. fat Harrison of Mississippi, will every Abbeville. Ala., was married Wednes- = A HOME AWAY FROM .
doll. Many little tots games were
Bigg spent Tuesday in West Palm deliver the dedicatory adHress. Governor ,. H J ". '!
played and stunts performed. Choco day. June the twenty-fourth at the '
Beach business.Mrs. ,
on Carlton, Collier and other home her William D. > I H
ot to
parents : j
: .late mils,, sandwicnes, and lonypops ;
prominent men will be present. Roberts of Immokallee. The couple.will H ,. ,\
; u. F. Martin and children, iut- This were served. Those present were ; { ......
bridge supplies one of. the last Mr. and Mrs. Stevenson. Marie .make their home in 'Immokalee. .. lit .<....
Bill of Avon '
ty, iuvciyn. C. U and ,
links .in. the :.famous Tamiaml trail,
: Park are visiting' Mr. and' Mrs.'L*. No' 4 'Hampton, Edna Moon. Patsy Heath.. _Miss Louise Robert and Josephine. ;::

i Smith. a modern railway across the Ever 'Dorothy Hill, Mary Frlerson, Hosa Roberts of Immokalee spent the weekend = r'TRY OUR SUNDAY DINNERSYou :

I glades between Tampa and Miami. .
.1 and Camilla' Doub, Nellie Weaver, in LaB ne visiting friends 'and 121 ...'.':;
,Five years ago this route was part IIi1 .11IoI '. ,
Q relatives. Ia!
"l\ r. and Mrs. N. C. Storey and Miss Feire Davis, Jerusha Ridgill, Mable ., "
of a jungle, regarded by many as .impossible Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Martin visited III '
Gussle Wright left Wednesday for a'' Anderson, Nellie Cook, Ida Forrey, I ; ,. :
to span. Collier insisting a 1
I relatives at Alva Sunday. III :
visit to Miami. Frances Turner, Katherine curry,
highway could be built financed most ]
Carrie Eunice Rider, Josephine:. Rob- hotel that
i I of the work. Included In those' who RURAL COMMON SENSE = can set a room and board at our : :
Mrs. L. N. Smith and mother, Mrs. '' erts and Ethel Enfinger. :
will participate in 'the bridge openingare i
I B. F. Martin, motored to West Ijalm Mabry Cason. 23, son of Mr. and .
will make feel at. home. "i
half a dozen white men and two RAINY SEASON IS GOOD you. :1 :
Beach Wednesday on a shopping trip. Mrs. George Cason of LaBelle,\shot : .

l Seminole Indinans who. a dozen years and killed himself accidently Monday TIME TO STAUT NEEDEDPERMANENT ,. ..' rAV. -.. ,,' 111 :.

'ago, over a period of several weeks! PASTURESSi LW '. .. :, .
t. G. H. Houze., 'Billie McClure and evening at his parents' home. He is .: ." .' .mI'I. ':...:.:.-
fought their way on foot across the '
last and -
Smith came over night .
Morris Ford, are' attending the Boy survived by his parents and two sis: :, ., -, : .'
l present highway route. The distance I'rlJ : :'
E tcrs Miss Grace Cason and Mrs Gladys was 'talking about the rainy senso.n. '- > :
f Scout camp at Olga. : :: : ,;1 ;
v 'now can be covered in a motor car about III (; '
Well, that old saying an '
Williams both of iBelle. : :::;:
in little over an hour. Since much of VV'l
f Gus Padgett had the funeral in wind holds almost as well for a ram. ,1-,:
Mr. and Mrs, II. H. Little and '
the surrounding country still is unsettled -I So I told Si that during a nice rainy 'IIJ .i;
t daughter, Catherine, left Wednesday high speed is possible. I ICollier's charge. Interment was in I season was the very time for us to III CLEWISTON'S III .,.. : :

tr and will spend the summer at their ; cemetery. 11 '. --
for Florida in ,
friendship be-
start some permanent pastures, }
Virgil Hall} who has been attending l' fJ .
homo at Fort Meade. .
f ; ; MI
general and Punta Gorda in particular
: will much
... cause the grass grow so .
:.e.r' _____ college in Kentucky has returnedto .<",
is responsible for the bridge, better during weather.A. '
welt '
J. E. left Sha- his home in LaBelle for the sum
: Sunday..for built jointly bgy the state and national .. good pasture saves on the feed ;]
''I f.:. wano where he has accepted a post.I = THE WATANABE HOTEL
government, being named alter mer.Carrie bill, keeps the stock: in better condi- ,
\ tion. Eunice Rider and
I u him. Collier county, the land of tion than where they are fed In the BI 1., '',:.',,
\: Turner, James Rider and George Pet- \ '
:: : which lIe owns outright, is south ot dry lot all the time, and producesthe 111.
tee motored to Fort Myers Monday! 111 < MRS. CLAUDEDOWNS, ,. /ytaaaper. .
f..t ; MISS catncrmo ucam and Dr. j,. w. here, but he has' large Punta Gorda cheapest. feed that can be grownon ";: 11I111
afternoon to "Daddy Long Legs. '
see .
__ Ezelle motored to PahokeeMonday interests. He has been active in improving -. the farm. In order for dairying '.< :' :;j.1ZI25
Miss Clara Mae Markey of Arcadia .
night to attend the theater. They the river front and modern and livestock production to be permanent "', -- I .' WI :".'11SJ ,.
who has been visiting Miss Minnie -
w accompanied. home by Gordon izing. other: parts of the town. A few and profitable, it Is essential?; L--: : :
Wooten of LaBelle returned homo : =: =: ===: I'll
Walker of Canal Point. years ago when jollier' learned that unit as mucn as possioie or the teeas '
I Sunday. Miss Wooten accompanied i
two of three local banks would not used be produced on tho fafm where 111 .1 ,

Miss Irma McGill. Miss Frances open that day, ho hastily imported a counter of thcone open bank, and III. .1 ,, '. ',:

Hubert, Mrs. Annette DeLaney, Mr.1 large amount of greenback's and gold I quickly restored 'business confidence.. fed.It Is reasonable to believe that

+It' E. L. Rogers arid Lofa Roberts, ol from Tampa. dumped: them on the... Thus is collier's faith in Florida. feed grown with tho least amount ot I II II. .IMIlI! I i111!! III! Ii II!!.fllIIlIlIlI.1II.lI!,


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Margaret Ekdahl lamed Tampa I salt pursuance of the provisions or sec a U to 6 score. % ''Butler, Harris, Hooker, Alston, Kel-
John lErskine Commends"A
beau,y. winner of the Miss AmerIca 1-3 cup powdered sugar 'tion 9 of Senate Bill No.: 332, Regular The scorer was unable to keep ac- Icy, Woodham, Small, Guthries, Har-
Session) itMl; the Hoard or Com-
"A Lady er S title ... l the Intelnauuuai Bathing Mix cornstarch wth half cup milk. :: curately the number of errors and vel and McFeeters. The Lean team
: missioners ot Everglades Drainage
Beauty Contest held at Miami iatj, Scald::) remaining milk in top of double I District did upon the 20th day ot hits but he says that he.Is. sure the was composed of C. Nail, Beardsley,

One ot the most famous writors in I year Miss Ekdahl will not be in boiler. Beat eggs' slightly and auu I June, iy:
Anferica, John Erskino. is the author competition, but will participate in sugar and salt. Stir scalded milk ing the lands
of "A Lady Surrenders Universal the Revue as an honor gue'st. slowly into eggs and return to double which are served, or benefltted by the but after a huddle with the spectators White Miner and Walls.

special production which comes Another feature, that is creating boiler. Add cornstarch mixture, stirring existing worKs or the Districts lands into we have decided that E. E, Kelley
subdivisions causing all of the
to. the Prince Theatre Thursday and much Interest Is the Chlldrens Pa constantly until thlc kand receiving equal or substantially equal was the batting star, getting three FORT PIERCE-Survey of local

Friday, with a remarkable cast headed rade which will also be staged on smooth, cover and cool twenty min- benefits fro mthe same works here hits out of; four times at bat. John harbor project with view to Govern

by Conrad Nagel, Genevieve To- the Boardwalk with kiddies In cos- utes. Remove from fire; add flavor- tofore constructed by Everglades Mowry made enough one-hand stabs ment adoption for maintenance, 'recommended

bin Basil Rathbone and Rose Hob tume representing every conceivable ing. Slice fruit into serving dish and Drainage District to be placed In the to make the fans thinjc they were I by district and division
subdivisions which said subdivisions -
;t. character from Mother Goose to Mitts pour hot custard over it. Beat egg are Known ana designated a& watching Rogers Hornsby and there. I engineers in their report on results

The picture is from Erkine's celebrated and.Jeff and will compete for awards ,I whites. add sugar. and pile on top 01 "Maintenance Areas." by boasts ,of being the fielding star. I of_ preliminary survey.. __ ,

best_ seller, "ttincei'ity,.' his and honors. pudding. Bake 15 minutes in slow The boundaries of each Mainte'n- As for. base running the star was Bill --: 7

first modern novel. The distinguished oven, 320 degrees' F. Chill and serve. nnce :Area so constituted by the said Hooker.; After getting a hit that was I.1928 Ford Sport Roadster ........:. $250
Board In the Resolution 01
ana Graham Cracker Pie Crust appear 1023 Ford ...... 250!;
college professor, novelist, poet WHITE HOUSE AIDE bo Board which is on file In the or- good for two bases Bill decided to Sport Coupe ?....

... ciuslcian had attained great fame 18 graham crackers, rolled. Ice of the Secretary of said District. make the distance short by missing 1928 Fort Coach ..... ..................... 250

with his "Private Life of Helen or --3 cup sugar Vo 3 Olivfn Building:, In the city of first base about fifteen feet. After 1930 Fort Sport Roadster .......... 375

Tfoy," when went, into I many editionsand ].3 cup melted butter West Palm Beach Florida. 1030 Fort Sport Coupe ................ 395!:
Cecil Par
.x'c' office seeing that the baseman (
was followed by "Galahad} ," ana 1 tbsp. cream :, No. ;3 Olivia Building in the Cityof kinson) and the umpire saw him IJiiJ
Mix \ 1930 Ford Town Sedan ................ 485
"Adam, md<<; E':e -but l ince 1ty" is thoroughly. :" '' Florida. at 10 ,
i' West Palm Bench turned scampered back to first, get-
different from these. Written with Filling "; 7;. 'irkn this forenoon of the 14th ting only one base. 'lsZs Chevrolet. Coupe .................. -sou o'

the same brilliance and extraordinary 1 pint milk "-> :,- day:: of July, 1931 and at such time 1931 Buick "S-Sport Coupe ........ 1050
,, After the game the Leans challenged -
character delineation_, it is a story of :X tbsps cornstarch .:' < ill land owners affected by such
.I. In person or the 'Fats for a return gume WEYBRECHT SERVICE STATION4th
modern life, a rendering of the triangle 3 egg yolks resolutions may appear
hv representative and present objections and It Is expect that this game wilJ
in an utterly now, form, and salt and flavoring or & Dixie No. '
to the method or manner be played in a week or two. ...,..
prime material tor a talKing pnoto- Cook together until thick. Line Pie the division of such lands Into Main-
Ubcty The following, played for the Fats: WEST _PALM BEACH
play. Universal purchased the: picture ". plate with graham cracker mixture, tpnanco Areas. All objection C must,be

rights and the screen result: carries qr pressing hard to 'bottom and sides. l)1'p enterl In writing. -
West Palm Beach Flor
'; Ul. sophistication and clever interplay Kill with cooked filling cover with Dated at -, -'
'ida. tW<* 22nrt day of June, 1931.
of personalities which are In- meringue made of 3 egg whites, oyer.which
\ BEN HERR Fisk Tires Pan-Am Gas
" Uejcent in everything that Erskine I ri' $ Is sprinkled a little graham Seer"tarp' .

bas don in the fiction fi ld. Having cracker mixture. Bake 20 minutes at J"ver lndec!= Drainage DIstrict; ..

," established his right to groat success I' 350 degrees F.Cinnamon. A flc "TintIon of the boundary lines QUAKER STATE MOTOR OIL
Vnintonnnce Areas which contain
op all
in Jhe, telling of niedorn stories, Ers- Stick Pudding,
... ::, kinds within Hendry County 1001 J Belvedere Road Phone 20924
K'.neh3 Jofipwert up tue vogue or 1-2 pound prunes
'. FJov'fln is tic follows:
'. iiicir1ty" with "UncIe'Sato" and he 3 cups cold water MAINTENANCE AREA "C"
''.:, will return to his earlier 'mood wlttt 3 inch stick cinnamon ,, \. 'Hie area nnclo<:erl by the, following

;. the. forthcoming publication of "Cln- 1 cup sugar ''';'. j',. fipqrrihfMl l line shrill be known as :r_ c >- ..... ,_
Maintenance! Area "C": .
. deijcua's; uaugnter.: 1.4 tsp. salt fit intersection of the "' --j
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John Erskine is ono of the most I George Aubrey Hastings: press' pro-l.L-4,_cup cornstarch .; West lino of Sec. 35, T. 42 S., R. 3:? b
, interesting men in the world. He has meter for welfare, organizations in' whipped ,cream .' .: r:. I'J., with the South it-W line ot the

been a professor of English Literature New York, who replaces French 1 tbsp lemon juice Nine Milo Canal, thence run South

1 at Columbia University for U"tee.n [- Strother, reputed "ghost writer" and Wash prunes, soak in cold; water fboncp South to tho S. W. Corner of
'" years. Himself an accomplished research man for the President Mr. 1-2 to 1 hour, add cinnamon and ,COOK thence
11 of said Township;
Hastings Is added to the White House, RPC.
pianist (ho has given concerts in in same water until soft. and remove East to the rmarter section corner on CLEWISTON DAIRY CO.
staff In connection with
'. Wow York to very critical, but ap a reorganization pits. Measure liquid, adding boiling the South line of RPC. R. T. 43 S..: }{. '
of President Hoover's
proving.. audiences), he ,is chairman t water to make three cups. Add 34 E: thence North with the Center
: rnrtinn lInp of ":'rl Sec. S to the
_. orthe administrative committee or TAKE IT EASY ON HOT DAYS prunes, sugar, ana salt. COOK five North / --
miarter section corner on the .
;:'" the Juillard School of Music. During WITH THESE .COOL DESSERTS minutes. Mix cornstarch with enough line of SPC. 7. of said Township with Announce new policy and REDUCTION IN

. ', the war he was chairman of the Educational cold water to make smooth paste and tbo South R-W line of the Nine Mile PRICES. Effective July I I 193 J. All 1 sales will

Commission of the, A. E.. I"' "Go slow and easy if you want to stir slowly Into prune mixture." oolc Canal; thpnco WptRrlv with tuj I
South R-W linp of NinA ]Milp Canal be on cash basis customer paying daily dither
and Educational Director of the [a- get along with me." are the words oran stirring Constantly until It thickens R W linp- ,

: mouse A. E. F. University at ISeaune, old, song that are particularly applicable then cook 15 minutes longed. 'Ada to with flip., fho IntorupcHnn TVoqt line of of girl SPO. 3//)-. T. 42 f by cash or by milk checks which will be issued

r"-- France. He is a Chevalier of the Legion to dessert-making in the lemon juice, pour Into mold or glasses : S. R. 32.. the point of Tvelnning.Tf !at that time.

:< of Honor and he receivedtroDl summery days ahead of us. and chill. Serve with cream. I is tipronv rlp"larprl that the

; ; the United States Government tho Chocolate Molds above described Maintenance ,Area
There are always times when the
" I f1 i is Served! liv the Nino Mile Canal, RETAIL PRICE SCHEDULE
. Distinguished Service Medal for his cook wants to "take it easy"andno 3 squares chocolate ot tne worKs o). ;
canal is
: services in the war. lIe is the author 3 milk \vmcn .
real homemaker needs to have I Everglades Drainage. District and is ,
r.. or' many books poems, essays, text them enumerated! Certainly one or 1-3 cup sugar beneficial to said described area. pis.NEW 7c

for' students and successful novels. the times is when summer rolls 4 1-2 tbsps. cornstarch

But what did he think of the pho- 'round with its entrancing weather. 1-4 tsp salt LEANSIN | BUTTER MILK / . .. qts. 12c-pts. 8c
::: toplay which Universal made from Nobody wants to stay inside and labor 1 tsp. vanilla COFFEE. CREAM X . . 1-2 pts. 20c
his book, "Sincerity"? WritingUtn Whipped cream.
over elaborate desserts. And no-
2 1-2 milk GAME a, WHIPPING CREAM XX . 1-2Pis. 32c
;f,' thev felicity of phrase for which he body needs to. when so many delicate Put' chocolate and cups BASEBALL

i.' Is famous. Erskino sent this letterto desserts may be made with the aid in double boiler; cook until milk is BUTTER, pound . . . . 32cMilk
\ Carl Laemmle. President of Universal scalded and chocolate melted( ; beat
of our old household friend, corn- HERETHURSDAYFormer .
checks for
; ,_ about "A Lady Surrenders": starch. Cool to make and cooling to with egg beater. Mix"sugar, cornstarch : "quarts"and "pints" sweet

,: "Dear Mr. Laeonmlo: eat ana as economical as aayngut and salt add remaining milk milk, which may be used for the purchase of
I "Last night I had the pleasure and stir until blend d. Acm corn-
saving long
days are Stars Display other product of will be offered
same price .
to chocolate any ) .
through Mr. Gulick's courtesy, or Of course. "easy is as easy does, starch mixture gradually

seeing "The Lady Surrenders i but In the case of such palateticklers mixture stirring :until mixture thick Their Skill And Playing at following prices: ''q

', want, to congratulate you on a very as Fruit Fluff, Graham CrackerPie ens. Cover and cook without stirring Ability.Turning ,

fine film. The cast seems to me remarkable or Lemon Foam, easy does very. :2U minutes. Add vanilla, turn into ONE QUART CHECKS

;, and the pictorial work I It well, thank 'you! dish, chill. Serve with whipped.- the modern baseball teams o '

uuue up to your iiign butuuaru. it/ In all bromide cream. '
justice, one more the
w. aside for a day, Clewiston was
1 to 25 . . 20c each
seem sto me you have got into the must be recalled in this connection: scene of an old timers battle yesterday '

story suspnese and intoerst. and i "easy come-e.asy' is never truer LEGAL- NOTICE. when the Fats and the Leans of 27 . : .., .. .. '. $5.00
::' have no doubt that the public will enjoy than when the family starts in to eat On account ol
it. My best wishes for the picture. all NOTICE OF DIVISION OF LANDSOF the city locked 56 . . . . $10.00
these desserts. But. after they .
j EVERGLADES DRAINAGE the former stars having had no, prac- .:
.," .. are made to be eaten and what more DISTRICT INTO MAINTEN1 1 tice the game was scheduled for seven 115 . . . . $20.00

"The changes. you made in the story can one ask than that they fulfill ANCE AREAS Innings and when the seventh was G

In obeisance to censorship requirements their desltny?
u the l'ats were on the Dig end or ONE PINT CHECKS
} (. I think arc extremelywe So relax in these summer days: NOTICE. is hereby given, that In over
,managed. The Cart episode 1 and "take it easy"! ......,
thought very fine indeed. i still am Lemon Foam -- 108 . . . . 12c each
puzzled, as we orten are, at the necessity 1 I GLASS '
cup sugar 9 . . ., ., . $1.00
film to ;
which directors feel 2 cups cold wafer

'; matte such wide cnangcs tn mo uooic I 2 tbsps, ,cornstarch PALM BEACH GLASS WORKSW. 50 . . . . . 5.00

: material they work on. But you must 3 tbsps, lemon juice 105 . '. . . $10.00
', be.used to queries of authors, and 1 1 1-8 taps. salt C. Kinsey, ManagerWe

therefore say no moro. 1 egg white, beaten stiff |Customers are urged to consider the liberal discounts -|

"With cordial regard, Boll together sugar and 1 1.2 cups cut it, fit it, any size, any: place checks
offered to them by purchasing ]
"Faithfully yours, of water for five minutes. Then stir
"John Erskino."" In cornstarch mixed with remaining Phone '22536 908 So. Dixie W. Palm Beach I in larger quantities.

water. When mixture has thickenedput I .. k'T'" I Try our BUTTER, you will like it. Buy it di-] ;J
?Be3ch Costume And in the top of double boiler over I

water to cook for 15 minutes. rect from the milk man or
boiling your grocer.
B a thngBeautY; Revue ":T_ .....,,-....... ""T'-- ""-" .- .
: Add the lemon juice'rand> salt and

when_ cold, fold In stiffly Tcaten egg BATTERIES '''RECHARGER 75c CLEWISTON DAIRY CO.
Beauties of the South sill parade
whites. Chill thoroughly, serve on
tho Boardwalk at Daytona Beach on
sponge cake
the4th In the 8th Annual VoluslaCounlf Fresh Fruit Fluff USED CARS AND TRUCKS GOLDEN GUERNSEY .PRODUCTS

Frolics Bathing' Beauty Cone 8 cups milk

( 1 1-2 tbspa. cornstarch WALKER MOTOR PARTS CO. PHONE 333

(,Tklals promise a most brilliant 2 oggs

e with several new and novel
1-4 cup sugar 719 1 Poinsettia Ave. West Palm Beach
trlMnres, 1ncnfllng the persona! appeatunee 1 tsp. vanilla .. -- -
of "Jltes A'meifca," Missr 2 cups* sliced fruit :.:, -. -- -', -, -- -. -. _:_- :'- "


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