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 17, 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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Local Taxpayers Will
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. Store, At Lake Harbor Benefit To The Extent
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Winning Is Announced Here I Of $129,273 According
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W. S. Harvel, manager of the Har- .

"RABBIT" COTHERN vel Seed Company, made the announcement -

this week that he was ,. >Fla.-Taxpayers

Alter four straight victories our constructing another store to, be lo* of Hendry county will benefit to the

! Cane Breakcs came to .a. sudden halt' E: ii '': ?' L Lf rated at.Lake. Harbor. The new store: extent of $129.273.00 In,event, the' proposed
last Sunday when Lake placid program looking toward elimination
will be open for business on ,::)epte'p1'

!romped on us to the tune of elevn to ,,1iA ber 1, with an experienced seed man of' the advalorem on real es-
live and from the looks of the playing from Jacksonville in charge. Mr.. tate' is adopted at, this sssslon of the

most. of us did we were lucky at F/ Harvel stated that the. ,charter :had 1 .t..e HHaLure. in, terms oi imud&e,

l- that., We were just off that's, all ana been, ,granted, and the business!? would based upon the?, assessment and levy:

I when YQU are like that the best, thing De, Known as .the.'L-ak.e ,,Harbor; Seed. for the past year for-"all purposes,

to ao is. pray tor ram oeroie the lULU 'company, inc., 4 the proposed saving represents 72-

Tuning, or '
dead: orsomething.because you could connection, wHll'the.,l 'cllI' seed"I r.Tabulations_ showing .the benefits
I n't lick a kid's teamheii' 'you- ,are :jr? 2 ny .Mr. Harvel l ancj he ;has made. ..'a that 'would accrue to each of the

off and :we must have been 'Sunday .'.. _.. ....__ n. m """ ',yI j great success, in his ,'business! venture counties'were :submitted to membersor

as the:brand of ball the Cane Urea ,here.. Firm faith..... .. In. ..the'ver'. the House ana tne senate.;
.j- ill-Mi: inl !lr.<;. lloiner receiving flowers from Girl Scouts at' the home of Governor Leslie in Indianapolis.J : Dy 'Revenues
.. ers have been playing: for the last I glades is shown by. .Mr.. Harvel. :. accruing to tills county,
Dallas Texas, who was ,elected president'at tho American4MedlcaX association at '
four certainly' wasn't in Lane : -Dr. IMuanl Ileurj 'lay of constructing. and ,opening y the : new; under the proposed were
: games ., program
In of her Lockheed In which she planned to ; .
plane fly
the rinl l: ideliililn! .uufiitinn.. 3-Miss Ruth Nichols the'cockpit .. ,, I listedas' .
: r 1'lacid with. us. 'store.' ;. .. follows!: :*
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I,, l''or' the first four or live Innings ) Mr...Haryel. : : left. for, Lansing. Mien 1I' 1\., From: three:,ents of the gas tax,
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"; ,it looked like a real ball game with r 'Wednesday night to.! .be, gone .tor. :ni attributed. on a 'basis. of one 'cent on.

both sides playing well and the score., THE 1 WEATUJLRRainfall Everglades Districts Government To Seek teen aays on a Du. -r.; : :::, :area," one', cent. on population and "onecent
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not over two on either side, then Date : on amount contributed for stato
3 something happened and away we Fixed By Drainage ; Bids On Levee' Work I LAKE 'LEVEL' :,! ; .. roads '$ i.:' 36.00.,

went missing easy grounders, maKing July 6 .....:........ 90' .- 7x Board At Meeting For .Lake Okeechobee I ... '. .>" '' ::<. ievenues' from ,operation' of race

I.fti oau cnrows/ cropping mes and, :i.UI July 7 .............. 95' 73' '.60 I I .. ''G .A..',M. : 6 P.' : >M.: tracks under: the Racing Commissiondivtded'equally
I, tills time, Lake Placid was galloping July 8 ...... .... .: 91'":' 75 ., 'in session at ,West Palm Beach onl I The United States engineer's office July 6 .......:... 15.5V. .."' '1* 15.b' among. the 67 countIes -

: around, the bases like they were enjoying '''July 9 .............. 92,." 1 72 last Tuesday the Everglades drain- at. JaCKsqnvnIe.. .expects.. to advertise' July 7 ... '" ]5.4 Ib.tJuly ; $520,000.

,. it. Then we made a couple or .July to ............ 93 /5/ ago board formally', fixed the' boundaries about August 1, 1931: for bids. for the 8 ....'?'.. ,..... '15.5. ,.rk 15.:,. I Kevenue' county' schools will receive

rallies scoring two or three runs' anti July ,)1 ...... .. .. 91 74 of 13 maintenance districts withIn construction. of. six' miles.. more or July y .,.....?.,..%..... 15.5 it:>.o sunder. 7,500,000 appropriation,

Lake Placid began to look 'Kind 'oi July 12 ....?.....? 89 75 1.04 the Everglades drainage district. -less of' levee, ,and' navigation--channel July 10 ........"..... 15.4: 1':).". : distributed on te'achermiit basis

.vorried. wondering why we didn't each l July 11 '15.5 15.o ;c1;r.4i3.:
of which. It proposes to ,tax along the south shore or LaKe UKee-
got ,down hearted at such a lead but July 12 .: : 15.5 Ib.o Benefit through elimination of li
TAX COMMISSION sperately on the basIs'_ of actual chqbee between "Moore Haven and
r it was a fight to, the end for us, never tenance;! work within the .areas. mam'l. Clewiston. mill state' advalorem tax on real estate

giving ,up for a minute, ,and once The board ; predicated upon, 1930 assess- .
tentatively ,
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construction of a, number or BILL ONTAX
twice 1 were going BILL IS KILLED orl I ment, 28,553. :;
r' f' : or thought they budget calling for the expenaiture experimental levee sections at various I ','
t". .' to have to smoke us' out before they :5108.760 on maintenance work In the I,. points 'along. the south shore ,of Total revenue plus bene.nts mom .. ';
: ADJUSTMENTS IS' 13 mill state tax reduction $157,222. f
., coma bat. ., IN LEGISLATURESenate areas, tor the ensuing year and tlX- the lake contemplated, and two or
we, missed. UJCK HOOKS, our oia The gain in benefits was estimated.
: b Ing maintenance taxes ranging, rrom
.these : are under construction
standby: at second and Earl White, inrougn comparison vita me' revenues ;
r' nothing at all in some areas to 3* between Moore Haven and Ulewlston PASSED BY
ono of our gallopIng' fly chacers. Hedoesn't received: by the county under
cents acre in others. Complaints.
Committee votes I where the contract work shortly to '
. Flit catches "'em in legislation 'enacted at the 1929 session -
use -just ,
,3 on this budget will be received August be advertls-ed is located.unformatioufasltb .
I',.' : ., his! hands and they stick. It n avers b y'- 4. .,'" .and ,other existing laws. The isItems'
l_ : ...th i work,;and ,dif.T County Board Could -
: : -< There Isn't anything to against contained' In the' tabulation 101- .it
:; say rffticf'a&qs
!- W','.' '. .h...-... b '.r + .. 'tllOU'gii '4.4toutflelup i he boara had o rpr } oiullffftfsettiugfo'rtl (,1tt f--: 'eaching t11Q IeYee. SeC "- 'O Bills'' : ) : **..:* .' ,.....,. : ./ e
''J' K..,'SKsSTJ". .... ..." thee.;.",. .. .".." :l"' pliere, )' 1 ]L 'po1ic+. of 'uitiler.. be Compromise .' 'low'y': : ;
.. .' under construction obtained
i. 'wasn't an error made 'by' thaCpat.F'or: -. .TALiJA SSE>J; July -Without taking): no fire prevention woik,in the' may btatesx uevenue- ;received. from two ana,

;' .;t. the team and C> L. NaIl threw one much ceremony the, legislature today; r.v I'llaues: oecause no' tunas were:: ,I i from the United en TALLAHASSEE. July 14. .Still one-third cents of the gasoline tax

': .,'in ranT center mar woum maKe maIn uiitiw the. governors: 0111,. ior cieaiiuu authorized for such work and"be I I gineer's field office at Clewiston. waiting for its finance and taxation on 'a l basis of. two cents for the retirement -

i any one envious. It told a Lake Placid of a ,state tax commission, out of the cause: of an expressed belief that committee report on major revenue of bonds and one-third cen'tfor

l, runner on third that he 'had better bills the passed 22 to county road maintenance $18,000.
t ... \\inaow. its aeaa now. such work did not come within the SENATE KILLS TAXFORECLOSURE senate today '
Sr .,not try to go home on a fly to finance Revenue from twenty-five per cent
I Bva vote of ,9 to 5 the senate scope of drainage. 12, a bill to recreate delinquent tax :

that part of the outfield. and taxation committee reported -- ,"- adjustment; boards in the various :of the motor vehicle license fees for
The hills around there were most It unfavorably. The house "committee counties. The bill originally was road maintenance $1,639.:: .
somebodyclouted which had considered 'It also killed but was revived as the senate Revenue to schools from one ana I Ill

'one or two over Ills ,head. 1 lop'tec reconsider its ac j _-Courth mills of the state aclvalo- :- i
gave it an unfavorable report gen- senate Monday killed, by in- a a motion to .i\
I wasn't doing. much to help the causeon erally. So the tax commission, advocated BY DR. E. PORTES ueniuto postponement, a bill propos tion. 'rem; one, "and two-thirds cents of the I
second Ed made exchange on common .::
so us boards gasoline tax; Interest
by the governor in messagesto Delinquent tax adjustments, I
ing to give county tax, collectors authority -
positions which suited fine and J and bank deposits ; !
me school tunds ;
the regular and first exlra session to issue distress warrants for were created by the 1U2U legislature "
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think Mac rather liked tt. When we There were literally many thous $J,1b0.
m me mgisiatuie::: wu noc DOD till tor a year and had authority to compromise
j passed ,each other he said Rabbit "1 ands of young trees which succumbed foreclosure against property .for unpaid Total revenues from all sources accruing I
all delinquent
lieio this adjust .
the "deliberations
again in <
can't run up that blank blank hill anymore to the arougnt enects or l.1v. 'mis taxes. The vote was 29 to 7. to this county during the last .:
recreated :1
taxes. The bill passed today .
I nut i canj} beat you piaymg sec. year. was particularly true of evergreens, Aside from this, the senate sessionwas year were lepuiteu: at ?-..,./.-. me "
Discussion of the bill at the senate tne boards and prescribed tne
ond. and in the case of many ornamentals engaged mainly with measuresof difference between this amount and
committee meeting was enlivened by same power to them.
: 1 Pete was right Sunday and we could have. been avoided somewhat minor interest as the calendar was the $157,222 under the proposed pro.
q hot exchange between Senators Gomez Under the! bill members oi tm .
should have won but he couldn easily. cleared to make room ror new revenue gram represents the estimated savIng .
of Key West. and King of Urlan- board will be the clerk of circuit 1
strike all of them out or he would Last spring, we were asked to Ionic measures now before the finance of $129.273: to the taxpayers or
do. .court chairman of the county commission
I. ': n't need 'us. They didn't get so many at a double low of small oak trees ana taxation committee. Jtiouse approved LUIS: CUUUL .
chairman or the board or
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'" hits but we didn't help him much whicht had been set the preceding bills for a tax on cIgarets During the first regular and special -
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: : when they nit to us-litck-Bo-tioraee. season. They stood on 'a dry' ridge ana a tax on intangibles were. sent to session of the Legislature many

None of us played like wo have been GLADES COUNTY TO :'ihey .had been watered during the the committee for study. statements and estimates nave appeared -

: or will play in the next game. It certainly drought uwing to a local snortage senator Wagg, Palm lieacn, cnair- ADOLPH CARSON from various sources attempting -

1 showed us that to win ball nie water was drawn irom a wen man, announced a meeting of the to show the results to the tax-
L i games we' will have to tighten down and applied. by hand. Each of these committee tomorrow at 9:30 a. m. to DIES SUDDENLYAT payers of first one type? and anotherof

1 !J more and if you don't 'believe we can small trees was surrounded by the consider these and other bills: It. will ,legislation if enacted into law.

./. Just follow us to the next game. RULING conventional open area some two feet be a public"'meeting. The result of these many statements

j Fisher pitched a couple of innings in diameter. The probabilities are Pending the ''return of bills by .the IMMOKALEE I and suggestions so. tar presented -

i along the last but they'beat us any. that the water was emptied into me finance committee the senate can has had a tendency to confuse -

Will i Ask Setting Aside depression and therefore at the very celed an afternoon session and adjourned the general public, due largelyto

way.They' are coming down about Sunray Of Order To Pay base of the newly set trees. A picture until tomorrow. Stroke Of Paralysis Fatal the tact that the etrect. of tike

weeK ana we are going to ue of the conditions in the summer The tax collecting bill introduced To South Florida general program has been lost sight

.' ., loaded for tliem with a lot better $60,000 Claim.An would probably- have revealed a- fair by Senator Getzen, Buslmell, soughtto ? or.

brand oi 'ball. amount of moisture close to the trunk make the unpaid tax distress warrants Pioneer.Adolph All through the general session and

., "We were beaten by a good team appeal will be taken by the with the tips of the roots extendinginto a lien. against property superiorto the first extra session of Legislature

I and offer no alibi as far as umpiresor ,hoard of county commissioners or a progressively drier area until I all other liens. It also sought to Carson, pioneer :south:) the administration has sougnt to re-

them stealing anything from us. Glades county to a final decree recently at the very tips where most of ,tho provide speedy court foreclosure or Florida resident, died suddenly last 'lieve real estate of a portion of Us

H was a good game anyway and ratn- handed down by Judge Aker- 'root growth should occur, : the soil the warrants with costs or .the proceedings Saturday: at Immokalee alter a heavy. burden of ad valorem tax by;

er exciting at times for both sides. man In Tampa ordering the countyto was ash dry .and, therefore, normal together .with attorneysfees stroke of paralysis.Mr. providing other sources of revenue.

We've won nine games and lost pay approximately $60.000 following loot 'development was Impossible. added to the amount of unpaid. carson' was stricken in his The enclosed program contemplate

< four which is a record that many I a long fought suit Involving a The roots'of a tree should extend taxes. store about noon. His younger son the reduction of 13 mills of our present -

teams would like to show, stun over courthouse. The decree from the from the trunk a distance approximately Sen. Stewart, Fernandina, moved Arlo, was present. He at once called, state millage levy which can only

to i'ahokee next Sunday and see the Tampa federal court. was received equal to the height of tne to indefinitely postpone consideration other members or tne lamny ironi be accomplished by economies in the ..

tenth one for us. Home Sunday weeR last week.E. 'tree It follows that trees with wen- of the measure. Senator Clarke, Mon. their home nearby and Dr. Sebollt 'or operation_ l of our state and county

with the eleventh and-well mat's as. :!;. D. .Tieadwell of Arcadia has .developed root ,systems are In a better tlcello. supported the motion. He said LaBelle was summoned. He arrived 'governments and in providing. new

far as we had better go with our prediction been assisting Col. B. A. Bales. I condition to :withstand" drought- the bill would add :?50 to Still court betore ivir. carson mea, aoout two sources of revenue, other than the aa

,,,- but anyway you can help a Glades county attorney, in the suit than those which }have not made a costs to each_ delinquent tax 'b111r hours later. valorem tax to balance the amount

h lots\ with our winning if you will go The county commission! has decided -II I normal growth. Recently transplanted which in many cases, he said, would Funeral services were held at lm- needed.

:':* \ -x" our. games so be with us ',Sunday that an effort. will be made trees have their roots In' a very not 'exceed $G or a3. moknlee at 1U.3U o'clock Sunday By the state assuming the responsibility -

t; :- ;in 1'ahokee.FLORIDA through Mr. Treadwell to effect a set limited area.:! Normally the roots grow Creation of 'budget commissions In morning. L W. Engelhardt & Sons!: of providing for the maInten-

R.'r. x..: tlement with the Detroit Fidelity and out until they attain the usual spread. the various counties, proposed, in abUt of Fort. Myers had charge. The ser ance of our county school system to

:) AGENT NAMED Surety company In which the county It follows that water is needed by by Senator Young, was approvedby vices were conducted by .the Kev the extent of $7,500,000 assuring an

OFFICIAL OF NATIONAL will offer the surety company the newly set trees not at the very baseof the senate 19 to 5. The bill, how- Carlson. Methodist minister at i a- every

"'i HOME ECONOMICS BODY 570,000 issue of City of LaBelle bonds the trunk but ratfifer well out to* ever does not affect Dade Duval and Hello. Burial was at immokaiee.

h --- I Ii in payment or the judgment ibesa ward, or beyond the periphery 'of the miisborough counties. Budget commissions Mr. Carson was 58 years old. He from the ad valorem- taxpayers; by

1 i TALLAHASSEE, Fla.-Miss Mary bonds are property of Glades county roots in oraer to proauce conaitionsTavTYrable for the latter two were created is survived. by' his wire, two sons, providing new sources' of revenue

I." .E,. 'Kcown' district home demonstration -'anti are tied up under court order"/I tot. normal root develop By special acts, while Senator: Hobert and Arlo, and a daubhter. other than ad vnl rem'. tax to meet
I' ,..:,'') i agent was appointed' southern pending) the outcome of the Mitt. ment. The failure to recognize thiscomparallvely ., Watson, Miami obtained adoption of Buena. all living ,at Immokaiee. ms this requirement. ,

..;.i':/ regional director at a recent meet 'ino roads have been transferred simple principle Is responsible nn amendment exempting uade trom sons' liavo been associated with him The re-allocation of the gasolinetax

I :('.. \,::: Ing of the American Home Economics from Forte Myers where they were, for the, Heath of many trees.If provisions of the Young bill. The. in 'buslnesa.Mr. between. the. counties was". in-

I \ :: ';'::,\Assoclation? / at Detroit "ine next annual originally held to the Exchange National J lliere Is "a drought don't 'make the budget commissions. would serve ,Carson, familiarly known as 'tended' moro equally distribute, ,

i'II '7,", ''.' meeting will be held In Atlanta Bank of Tampa. same mistake this summer. .without pay and would supervise "Dottie" to hundreds of friends in these:: revenues on a fair: and equable,

j : next :June. .- Should this effort at settlement Most individuals are inclined to drafting of a financial set-up of county Lee Hendry and Collier Counties_ basis, to all counties.

! : liver i.feoo home economics workers ran the board maicatea the casewill ..; greatly under-estimate the water expenditures each year. came ,to this region as a I boy. with his The effect. of many of the" revenue,

i I .1 {l from all over the country auena- bo appealed to the federal circuit -I !heeds of trees. Apply ,enough water Bills appropriating a total of ?20P'oos ,,- father flprt Infer. pstnhioioiiTurn | "'''lS'tr 'S.nnr.""..n ...hl"'l hfl'"o 1'> "T-fl 'T\

!1 ed the recent meeting. court of appeals in New Orleans.. ., Please Turn to Page?; Four) ( !' : :: Turn to l'?.7" Ponrl I Iease to fage i'ouri I I (Plesse Turn to Pine PO-M i

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I belt. it would adequately and sensibly I, road, even in the country. in these tamed from the cassava plant grownin be kept cleaned at all times. In caseIt present fertilizer recommendations.

rut: CLEWITON NEWSpublished cover a man's body and, best 01 :! days'or high speeds and extensive Java and Cuba. It Is the same is impossible to clean them ,often For Thursday afternoon the following

all, would obviate the wearing of coat use of buses and trucks, has becomea plant that yields tapioca and other the feeding and watering places can subjects are slated: Frozen juice
Friday In Clewlston
every and waistcoat shirt and ,collar, tie : necessity. foods.. This starch is used to" make be changed to dllferent parts of tne tung oil, Sub Tropical Experiment
and sleeve links, thus at one stroke Communities can start with the the "licking" for postage stamps and range. a Station, and avocado maturity stu. !it
NEWS, INC. .' .
I sweeping away a whole battery ot lowest cost bituminous construction, envelopes. Experiments are being :Shelters::> should be constructed so dies. '(--'

Entered as second class matter, Feb his present sartorial antiquities and and then, as. traffic increases develop conducted ,on behalf of the Government that they can be moved if they can

"', ruary 1, 1927, at the Post Office at bothcrments," he argues. I their roads into long-lived, effl1 In an effort to make use en- not be moved, contaminated soil under .1U1A.1\.11 Jj.rJA\.iU-rJans coimuotuu I'

1> Clewlston, Florida,'. under the Act of The idea is inviting, but seems. to 1 I dent highways merely by adding sweet potatoes as a source from and around them should be removed for $25.000 improvement addition .

March 3, 1897. need a Prince of Wales to put It over. more surface as they go along. SCII which to obtain a tasteless dextrin at frequent Intervals and to Villa Venice at 14th St. and Ocean
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Irvin Cobb has contributed a basically ,I ence has put good year-round roads to take the'' lace of the'starch heretofore clean sou substituted. Drive.
devoted to the Best Interests
.. A Newspaper
sound style and slogan. It's up to within the reach ,of almost every o.caUff' used on stamps. While the pullets are on the range J
i of Hendry County, Florida I ""
:' I men In general to popularize it. Gentlemen they should! be observed closely fffr LEESBURG. D. Harris FunertTl
Its Leading Newspaper. '
lets dress up rancy-auu Depression Period Benefits diseases. If disease should show up.:; Home, 114 Lee St.., undergoing exten-.
Subscritron Rate ::...... $2.00 per year sensible! -, WHY BITE THE HAND all suspected birds should be removed siva improvebents. _

: Outside of State 'of Florida ...... $2:0 THAT'S FEEDING YOU Depression periods at least 4' tend to from ,the flock Immediately.

THE' REAL ISSUES make us more wise In the disbursement MAOCLENNY Work progressingon .

; Advertising rates ;furnished on appli Why' should _a paper like the Now of our- money; more sanely cautious grading State Road No. 49 from

:. \ 'cation. Public officials who are now seek- Orleans Item-deep in the arms of a ; more intelligently economical, HOST OF CITRUS hero to State Farm.
;: Office, Clewlston News,
Business' ink to find which way the political cotton growing State and a cotton :So::> widespread has now become Ins
': Florida. Editorial Ad.
1 .. Clewiston, wind blows have probably been interested growing section of tho country-jjet Interest; in quality as opposed to TOPICS SLATED W1NT.EK ( }" -Construction
.. vertising same. In a questionnaire sent to I, Itself all excited about recommending doubtful bargains that whole industries of new city water reservoir started.
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!.'Z': 5000 people bv the National Economis -i American men to wear linen suits are waging campaigns 'to help FARMERS WEEK

League, asking them to list the I In the summer? It sounds singularly the consumer In identifying between LEGALNOTICE
--.y leading political and economic probe like a gentleman from New Castle poor, good and excellent examples ol

:' lems now facing the country in the 'radio-casting his belief that tho British basic American products.'or GAINESVILLE! Fla. Opening NOTICE OF HEARING OF OBJEC01 --
Americans: are a free people. .free I IUN TO MAIN I tNAIMUt BUU-
b. Jbimplre return to wood 'course such work Is foot
order of importance. burning no on
,' ome with a ,tour of the College or Agriculture .
" that is, If they carciuliy obey : GET OF EVERGLADES DRAIN
fc Prohibition came first, followed by in their control heating systems. for Imported merchandise. This gives and Experiment Station farmon
twenty or twenty-five thousand laws AGE DISTRICT.
administration of justice, lawlessness, Louisiana grows cotton which is food for thought on ''the possible lu- Monday afternoon. August 10, andclosing'
:'t. and regulations, aud are prompt to
unemployment, crime, world court being at the present time woven into -, ture realization of International trade or
; heed the orders. fcf the various bu with a laboratory study NOTICE Is, hereby given that the
commissions and boards that.I and taxation. This would seem to in- durene cotton gaberdine which in associations carrying a step furtherthe citrus Insects and diseases on Fri- Board of Commissioners of Everglades
>5::...' preside over their de UnteB.I uitauj tnat tn3 legiaiauve yiuuium. turn Is being worn in cool, thoroughly now practically Indispensablework aay morning, August 14, the cum Drainage District will at 10

:,' Probably no other ,nation has come in one phase or another; principally American summer suits by such of our national trade groups.in program for Farmers' Week this yearIs o'clock in the forenoon upon Tuesday -

I:' much legislation: as the engages the public attention with the buuiueiuttig an majur: oiu.ui scanning the American market, one of unusual Interest: All Farm r August 4, 1931, meet at Its office
in for BO
it to that in the vast ,textile No. 3 Olivia Building, In the City ot -
rather luau 'business depression and the tax situ Cramer, Jr., and many others. comes light -ers' Week programs will be held ai
wl. uniteu states: quantity, industries group"1-tne West Palm Beach, Florida, for the
Why doesn't the New Orleans Item only one I
< '. quality, seems to, be the ideal of our ation as runner-up. I the College .of Agriculture In Gaines purpose of hearing objections and
is take a photograph of good American mercerizers-is making
Or'particular interest the fact a looking
'::." 'iaw-malters. Whether it is a matterof ville during the period August 1U-14,1 complaints to the budgetof cost ofmaintaining ...
: ', that the power issue-now being man dressed In an all durene cotton definite effort to stabilize and identify I .. the ..1);
lariu- all of
;,. owning a revolver tor sport or protection and all Florida citrus growers and operating ;

j:':: or attending 'a Sunday pic- boomed in many states was. also.-ran. gaberdine suit and send it all over quality. They are doing so under era, and their families are Invited to{ works, of Everglades Drainage District

". nlc, we are Babel to come In conflict It came fortieth, far behind child the country "In the interest ot the local an. industry-wide agreement to maintain attend. heretofore constructed during' .::

t::,:: .with the forces of law and order.' welfare, reduction of armaments. so- clothing industry" as the Daily a single standard tor fiber Selection Tuesday's program will be given I the year beginning on November 1,
and yarn processing In all 1931, and ending on October 31, 1932,
\ Apparently we ,have been working cialfsm, international relations, coTxscrvation News Record explains it has done over almost entirely to Insects and
which said Is file at the of-
yards to be called "By the general budget on
" of national resources and with a linen suit the
on the theory that human nature can worn by groom; their control. The following subjects
x:: flee of the Secretary of the Districtat
quality i identifying of durene
, .; be changed by legislation. At present similar issues which usually receive In a recent New Orleans wedding? name have been scheduled: Pumpkin bug I No. 3 Olivia Building, in West

a;;: more than 2,000,000) persons area much less attention. Apparently that Yes, we really would like an answer cotton. control; the Cryptolaemus ladybeetle Palm Beach, Florida.
Much good would accrue to tno
[ '; : 1i1atea won movements. having to part of the public which takes a as a control for mealybugs; naturaland By order of the Board of Commis

f.:. .', do with minding other people's busi genuine interest in government has public were other textile groups to artificial control or scale- nseCtB sioners of Everglades Drainage District -
set such fundamental standards
\ ; ness. The self-styled reformer and not seen swayed by the war against Arkansas Stages a Come-Back and whitefly; rust mite and sixspotted
I and means for quality Identificationby BEN HERR
:; ;; moralist have been supreme.' And the tho electric utilities.All mite control; airways develop
: untechnlcal consumers. The trade Secretary.The .
>:. '"result has not been a more stable In all, the survey is encourage Arkansas has staged a magnificent ment and plant quarantine; negative for'
Is the
association can 'scarcely hope to do following budget
\f: and peaceful society. but an amazing i ing.. Prohibition crime, the world comeback after the disasters 01 results In Medlly search; effect at works affecting Areas lying in Hendry -
a greater single service than to stabilize I
n" orgy of law breaking, and criminality: court and taxation are, no matter drought and flood, of finance and 'bait spray on fruits,' trees, entomoge- County. .
, Its market raise and maintain I
; :.-. More laws make more crime, seems what side one may take. real issues, politics, which stirred the sympatny noun fungi and Insects. One talk on I.Nine Mile Canal none

f"" to bo a new American axiom. of great significance. On their solution of the Nation a year or so ago. It has quality. a disease, the mushroom root rot, is Emergencies and con-
Robert P. Lamont, Secretary ot
depends. to a large degree, the been some time since Senators RobInson -i scheduled. tingencies none
I Commerce of the united states, recently Maintenance Area benefitted by
t,>. TAXATION AND CONFISCATION future of this nation. It might be and Caraway have found it Among the topics scheduled for _
said in a statement to the above works designated. Main-
-r. ''., well for the office-seekers to take a necessary to wring tears from the Wednesday morning are disease "
:'''.. '. trade press: "The development 01 tenance Area "C. .
;.\.: There is a point where taxation becomes hint, and go Into their campaignswith eyes or the public by picturing tne problems; relation of cultural prac- Necessary tax. per. each acre In
. \ .. the American trade association movement
(;;...':'. confiscation-when. it goes beyond definite programs for disposingof woes of their State. tices to disease and insect contra; Maintenance Area "C" for outlined
has been and will continue to '
;f what the people can reasonably I. issues nearest the heart of the The people of Arkansas have met! increasing the size of tangerines by work 'none3t
be a very significant influence in the-
r11:A.".,', thinking'' public. the Federal Government halfway and i thinning; seasonal price changes or 17-24-31..
direction of greater business stability.
!.\... : American. communities are' more than halfway in the work of rehabilitation -: ." tangerines by sizes and grades;

t.f ;:.:..; fast reaching .this point. Tax rateI' THE MENACE OF as might be expected 01 i William Butterworth, president Ul grove Irrigation"; and rootstocxs and .. .... --; ""

".f'/" have gone up a hundred per cent or r '0 '"CHEAP" GASOLINEThe a people who don't aim to be behold propagation. .. \I i iL
the Chambers of Commerce of :ate
I'':'..; more in a .comparatively: few years en. This is th report brought back by I On Wednesday afternoon the citru
I United States said: 091'am a firm TXi-
:..! 0'."' A multitude of special taxes are be; OH Producers' Sales. Agency 01 a skilled 'and Impartial' observer. I if vcr in .u our L,.trade. associations.' r They group will join t with the,+truck crops,! LA MDER1 ,

I i;' jag levied.: Class taxation has become California recently appealed to the Walter Davenport who as associate group tor a discussion or cooperative

.'. a 'commonplace. ,Both businesses a'nd public, the producers and the mar-I editor of Collier's Weekly has been I. are indispensable. ,marketing. A feature of this session --i 1fI
Harry A. Wheeler, chairman of the '
rr h,<: : individuals find the tax-collector aI' keteTs of. of produc?1' r general cooperation Investigating the present status 01 will be a roundtable discussion or
r rirat ixanuiiai nautc or \.iJ11cagu auu
: barrier in the way of industrial expansion in rehabilitating the petroleum things in Arkansas. methods of financing the grower
former first of tire Unfiea
\:. and personal prosperity.A industry. Among the first persons he met .with representatives of the Florida 1
I' States Chamber of Commerce, sai 7
;.. ,' condition such as this cannot me agency points out that, cheap out there was Mr. Joe Bob Stone. Citrus Exchange. Hastings Potato
"The 'trade association as an indi
, .,,:. : long continue without placing the nation gasoline far from being a boon to whom he found sitting on the narrow spensable unit for American business Sanford- ....

':::-:/;.. in a position from which it may the public, Is really a menace. Tie porch of his two-room residence in :
, has tu
an enormously important part
',.".t'/:>: take, years to recover. The present great oil industry is so closely related -, Clark county, combing his whiskers play In the readjustments that are natee County Growers' Associationand y

'.. :r: spectacle or debtridden n-uropean!: nations -. to the people, and businesses ot with the stem of his corcob pipe and Florida East Coast Growers' Association MR. MAN-
', ; just ahead and deserves the moral -Vvi fH
,;J:_'. should be warning to public the** state that any condition that rolling gently in a rocking chair. For leading'the discussion. 1
and financial support of each unit of
,):' officials to do everything Jn their tends to disrupt it and cause losses companions Mr. Stone had lour large Thursday morning's program 'will THE CLEWISTONLAUNDRY
business that could come under its
.', 1:,... power to promote government etn- must likewise work to the disadvantage hound dogs. all. of them far gone in :' be devoted principally to fertilizers,
f .}', ciency, limit its operations, to fundamental of all other business. By the tSpl'awllul sieep.: with talks on growth and yield or CO.

1r r- \:; governmental duties, and keep same token,. any program designedto "Don't pay no attention to the grapefruit as affected by nitrogen
,: OUR MODERN OCTOPUS Every man knows that he is "play
.. :. _' expenses down. stabilize the oil industry must inevitably politicians or the preachers or .the, tertillzers. fertilizer practices rouuri

i' .... benefit all the people-ana lawyers,"' he advised. "The politician in citrus production cost studies, accumulation ing safe" whes he sends his shirts,
over 'uu cnam store organisations:
Metals Necessary To Civilization particularly those suffering from the will tell you everything's all right and availability of phosphates cillars and other personal linens ti.
are doing "a total of a billion dollar
economic depression. The Agency which it ain't. The preachers win as found in citrus soils, grove The Clewiston Laundry. jTheywill
,1 business each year, according to an
!r The ,past history i of the world is ,states that every cent saved on the tell you everything's all wrong, whicn management on the East ,Coast, and
official statement given out at Wash- come back Snow-white clean with a
': largely, a history of minerals. The price of gasoline costs the state, In ain't so neither. The lawyers will say

:;. countries ''with,' an, abundant,; readily purchasing power, $iUOUU.UUO: ( a year.A we would be all right if there wasn't mgton.An promptness that is pleasing.
interesting part of the investigation
accessible supply' of metals, precious number of specific recommendations any politicians and preachers, wnicnis
of the chain stores discloses
./' ,.' :'" 'J .ana base, have been the countries, were''made. It is urged that authorities only partly true." 666LIQUID
the fact that there is the closest cooperation -
: :which industrial progress; has been enrobe regulations concern Air. Davenport tried diligently to CLEWISIDNLAUND'RY.lnc.
: between the wholesalerand .
.. ,greatest. ing the conservation of oil and gas, follow Mr. Stone's advice, without
the retailer, which Is one reason
Future history is not likely to be i and producers are urged to refine complete success. But he found plenty OR TABLETS .
why the latter are able to sell so
". ,greatly airrerent. livery year snows only enough oil to meet immediate or evidence that Arkansas has recovered Relieves a Headache or Neuralgia in
These ISh
I cheaply. wholesalers turn
g: industry manifesting a larger need I requirements: 'ihe public, in its turn, from her "miseries and the 30 minutes, checks a Cold the first CLfWISjON ( FLORIDA
goods at a very narrow marginof
:. ; .for metals. Copper, silver, zinc. lead is asked to lend its support to the that for once the citizens have profit. day, and checks Malaria in three days \f'

{ and others are essential to the fun movement. ,learned that their State is worth exploitation 666 SALVE FOR BABY'S COLD if our tS>iowW77re
I But In the old custom or merchandising
f. tioning of our civilization. What is true for California is by herself. There is very
., which still prevail, the whole
, : 0 It Is for this reason that Western : true for all other states where oil is little that can't be produced In Ar-
saler does business by expensive
: mining, in spite of its present plight,I I' a lactor in economic lire. Below-cost kansas; there are very few things
methods, and he does not part with
t. is able to look forward to a more gasoline may seem attractive-but In her rich lowlands and lovely hills

t. prosperous mture. Kenewed industrial the long run we must pay for it, and don't contain. But heretofore her ''his goods to the retailer 'on the same ;-': [ : t --- -.':_ :- _= 1 ,;:=: n-: ._'.' ?'\' 1/:'
liberal basis that exists in the chain
f" activity will "bring with it renewed at a high rate of interest. 'trouble has centered in her willingness J GENERAL ELECTRIC
gang. That is one of the serious disadvantages -
;r demand. for mine products. to boast of her diamond mines,
which the Independent .
f' .And the American mining industry NtW KOAUb r-UK UI-U : her timber, her apple orchards, her REFRIGERATORS RADIOS & SUPPLIES!
merchant has to contend with. ,
:will continue, as. In the past to be ant peaches and rice and melons,-and _

)i- outstanding factor in the life: of our More road for less money is the leave most or the development or I C. E. STEBEL DEALERFor

people. .: : the these riches to outsiders. Sanitation Pays
;, present-day demand. Both for
IV- Glades Hendry & Upper Glades
sake of employment and in order to Normally Arkansas produces ?2&u.-| With Developing ,

WILL MEN WE'ARWASHABLE give small towns and rural areas the uuu.uou a year In farm products' But 'I RADIO SERVICE

TUNICS? year-round, highways that are vitalto she can be broke and even hungry Pullets On Range .. .

- their existence the secondary road when the last crop is harvested. Ar- "

Iivhr\Cobb recently sounded If bat- movement has been making tremendous kansas is smStenly beginning to uu- GAINESVILLE Fla. Pullets on''[ : Pahokee Theatre Building

tle cry which should find an echo in headway of late. Nineteen-tnir- derstand that this is silly. And a very the range should be given proper Pahokee FloridaCLEWISTON

'" every masculine heart. "Gentlemen, t}-ope is to be one of the greatestroad good thing this knowledge is for care, and poultrymen should make ,

let's dress up fancy!" he said. and building :years in our history.in Arkansas.: sure that the premises are kept clean

proceeded 'to describe some dress re all sections of the country tnere That she should ever need outside at all times. Dr. E. F. Thomas, assistant -

forms for the male sex. are old gravel and wateroound ma- help becomes more and more aston- veterinarian at the Experiment

Even the most aggressively male cadam roads suitable to serve as bas fslung as: one reads Mr. Davenport's Station stated recently in an address y .

man has to -concede the superior es for new highways. New surfaces report on her natural riches *or example over \VKUf. Every: eilort should oe
advantages of ,feminine summer-time can be laid over them, and at a great of the 103 minerals known to exerted to bring the pullets to the FOLKS .

apparel which ,can be worn one or I. saving. It amounts to trading In old American geologists, Arkansas. pro laying stage In, a healthy condition,

twice with cool:,':comfort and then roads for new, exactly as we trade in duces all but one._ She mines 43 per and this can be accomplished only

washed and freshened. Hut the hero.,i old cars on new models. cent ot an the oauxite produced in by practicing the proper sanitationon THE HOTEL TAMIAMIMiami

who win make equally sensioie ciotn- ihe recently developed oiunnmous America. Aluminum is made from title poultry range.

frig acceptable':to: the timid masculine type'surfaces offer communities the bauxite, and the Andrew Mellon Interests Among the important points ju san FloridaWELCOMES

world bas not yet appeared. Aitnougn I II I r advantages of low upkeep and origi own those mines. Oil to a to. itation which Dr. Thomas emphasizedare

most men suffer in the conventionalgarb Gal cost, coupled with dependability tal of* 35,000,000 barrels was taken these: YOU

of heavy, drab suiting tew 01 and safety. Instead of forty or fifty from Arkansas pools last year. laud used lor pullet range snouiu ..

them have the courage to do any thousand dollars a mile, they can be not have carried any kind of poultry south
thing about it. The most perfectly ventilated hotel in the
applied to old roads for a fraction ot bWEETER POSTAGE STAMPS during the previous year or better |
Cobb advocates ".
the Russian tunic that tigure-and. except wnore tru'- during the previous two years. Sou I

made of cool, washable cotton, linen"I tic Is extremely heavy, they "wiTi The united States Government on which pullets range should be (Storage space across street European plan ] y

or silk "With Its low collar, a side-'. serve the purpose as weir as the most spends several million dollars 'a :year well, drained. -

I closing down the right Iront, and a expensive highways. The full-ttldtu in buying a low grade of starch':::1:1otl- Feeding and watering places should. I'- .: -_ -, -::_ i' ..-. :.- :'- : __ t.:.: -- -- --- --",: '



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IANTI-RACING I LEAGUE u a three weeks', :visit with ,relatives n>

'CJY' / :r 1/I 1 Georgia: ,'

= tJca/ ;';Lie /i = ; WILL EXTEND DRIVE : : : : LABELLE NE\V S Allen 1trand' Hampton Mrs. John'Ric'bards spent the week-abG.otls

in Tampa. ..

I Mrs. L. A. Morgan, Jr.. Phone 369 ::1 Will Oppose Tracks In MRS. LEMUEL HOWARD Miss Evelyn Shaw of Moore Havoc:,

- -- J .is :visiting her',sister Mrs. S. B.. Cochran -
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Other Communities. -- -- .:. = 'I of LaBelle for a few days.

Mr. and Mrs. G. Small were guestsof for ,Lakeland where she will attenc \ :Minnie Lou Howard, daughter ol cello)] for the past two/ years. Mr.. and Mrs. Charlie Heaton havoreti'rneTl

Mrs. R. R. Small inr LaBelle Sun summer school. The HHlsborough County Law ana.Vl'UtH" W. M.: Howard of Stlllmore, Ga., was I I WednesGay evening a group ot to their home in Bonlta)

I day. league mace plans at a meeting married Thursday afternoon to ,liar?, friends met at David Tuttles home to :pr1ng3'after: visiting Mrs W. P. Andrews -
.1\11'' and Mrs. Clyde Crosby let t ry Ulmer, son of ,Frank Ulmer I of LaBelle.
TTonday to extend its campaign ol help him celebrate his fifteenth births .
Mr. J. N. .White returned last weeJ -u.icsuuy, ..uJ, UU1L1'.1(1.., wneit against legalized horse racing into Stuart. The ceremony was performed: day anniversary. Many interesting; Carl M. Royer and George: Bur-'

from Columbus, 'Ga., where he was they will visit relatives. every community in the county. by Judge Rider at the LaBelle court l games were played and dancing enjuyeu. chard spent Tuesday and Wednesday.

.been visiting relatives. Groups will be organized in various house. The couple will reside at La- rtuiiiu muuu ice cie.tju imv In 14''r stproor. : .
Dave Alston made a business trip I
communities to function tnrougn me Jjeue tor the present. caKe was served. Among thoso pres-

j' Mr. and Mrs. Gene Mills and cm to I'ZTni Beach Saturday. central body in Tampa. Organization Rev. and Mrs. Wheeler, the Baptist ent were Edna, Moon, FFrances Turner -

: -dren were guests of friends in Lea I work.already -has been planned In ,minister of Moore Haven, were business Carrie Eunice Rider, Laura
, Mr. L.
H. Smith and family spent
Belie over the 'weex-end.. several places, and Judge Jfl. JJ. visitors in LaBelle baturaay.:: Doub, Rosa Doub, Edna Small,' Min-
Sunday In West Palm Beach.
Drumright, temporary chairman, said Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ulmor and nie Lou Howard, Virgil CTBannon,

George and Richard Bester are at- the law and order league will be Mrs. Nettie McKeen shopped and at- Ida Forrey, Mary Forrey, Patsy; i ie ik f.

tending the Boy Scout camp at Olga I jonn Jiowery and John Kerti motored ready for a fight to the finish at the, ,tended the show in Fort Myers Sat Heath, Merle Bronson, William DOUD,I

to Palm Beach Tuesday. eiecuua. urday night. Julius Moon, Jake Chalker, Paul

Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Baker and "We are cooperating with a law Mr. and Mrs. 'I'. V. Davis, aaughter Lindgard, Jess Stringer, Ben Hill

daughter, Betty and Miss Ruth A. L. Hackett, Dick White, ::)Speedy ana oraer league in Made county.:' ne Tevie and sons Jimmy and Clera, and Carson Miller, Phannon O'Bannon,

Ki.opC: spent Wednesday In Fort My- McFeeters, Horace Houze and Frank! said, "We also will work with a)l Wager Hough attended the show in Bill Harris, Billy Coggen, Aliord

ers, CotTiern motored to Sebring Sunday groups opposed to, racing in l.4'lorld3and : Fort Myers Sunday afternoon. Tuttle and Mr. and Mrs. D. K. Tuttle.mr. OwFqo t

night. believe that' we can defeat, racing lUre and AITS. Koy iiurae and cnn- ana .ivirs. u. ii. ;aman:: 01 view- tuv.rtwMi \
Mr. J. G. Allhands, Billy Cressey ,through our combined etforts. dren ,of Alva spent, ,Monday in La- iston spent the week-end in LaBelle coMVpay/

and Henry Storey were visitors toMiami Karl White and Betty Wlilits mo Plans were made for a drive to ,aaa Belle visiting Mr. and Mrs. Alva visiting friends and relatives. .

over the weett-end. .. tored to Pahokee Friday night. nunareds or members To the it:>u. now Burke. Miss Madge Hull entertained at abridge

enolled.) Applicants must pledge I!I Mr. ;and Mrs. Sam Carson attena- party Wednesday afternoon In

.Karl!: 'White motored to South,Bay; Dick White and Speedy 11C.1l"eetersmotored themselves to oppose legalized bet I: ed the, funeral services of AdoTphus honor of her nelce Miss lively Bur- S

} bunday..' | to Pahokoe Friday night. 'ting in ITIlIs'borough county in any Carson of immokalee Sunday.:) hans of Umatilla who Is visiting relatives PRINCE THEATRE

r term and to support the eighteenth Mrs. Bob ,Roberts and daughters here. After an enjoyable game .
." .Mr.,Kennedy of Sarasota was a vis MacR" Waldron was a business. visitor amendment to the federal constitution Louise_ and Josephine, of' immokalee or onage or wnicn arise uarne Janice :" PAHOKEE, FLA.

!.'' itor to Clewiston Wednesday.Mr. to Palm Beach Thursday. and the nineteenth article: of spent Saturday:) in LaBelle. Rider was awarded ifflrst prize,
the Florida constitution. Members of the intermediate Baptist .a beautiful box of stationary, and THE PICK 0' THE PICTURES'

r "W. 1'. Vaugh, Sr., Is spending Campbell JNall and Frances Monroe Persons are not required to be Sunday school class; of LaBelle Miss Rosa Doub low the prize was, SHOWING DAILY

1 this week in,, West Palm Beacn. motored to Pahokee Sunday. I I church members .to,join but many afe met Saturday evening at the ,home o( two dainty linen hanauercmeis, ice Show Starts 7 & 9 P. M.
I. -- being recruited from the churcnes.NEXT' Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Miller and mo cream and cookies were served and a

; r Eugene Rier returned this week Mrs. L. A. Morgan and Earl Whit tored to the Miller farm near Denaud social hour followed. PROGRAM

'fr' from Kansas City where he spent motored to Palm Beach Tuesday. and enjoyed a deligntiui picnic sup Mrs. Louie Freeman has returned ,

k the past two months visiting' relatives. WEEK AT THE per of sandwiches, pickles, cookies, to her home In St. Petersburg after

II :Mr. Allsup frfom, Tampa was a dm, bananas and tea. Those present were I a few days visit In LaBelle. J SUNDAY A. MONDAY ,

r. ner guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Baker PRINCETHEATRE Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Miller, Frances airs bam: L/arson 01 ajseue ayeuc JULY '19 &: 20

Mrs. Claude Downs and Troy Pur- Thursday. Turner, Evelyn Shaw. Carrie Eunice e onday afternoon in Fort Jffyera attending Paul Whiteman and his Band
I' ,- year motored to Sarasota for a week, Rider, Katherine Curry, Flora had to business. IN"KWG

- end visit with Col. and Mrs.' R. H
House. Mr. Puryear stayed over ror// the girl scout camp .at Jupl presents Its first all technicolor,musical Hubert Luckey, Olaf Howard, Carson attended the Firemen's Convention An all tecnicolor production" mtb '
a' wc k's'visit Mrs. Downs jteurned ter. revue with 'Paul, Whiteman and: Miller, Virgil Miller and Emory un In Fort Myers Monday evening were John Boles and many otners. -

home Sunday accompanied by Herschel ,his band and also .some of the best derbill. Mark Poole, Joe Risley,..Bill Hams.' Fox News ,:

House who will visit here tor L\'U'ts.' j. \-rt-iiiidtiUH, mi. J. j'. 11*- actors and actresses In Hollywood.: Mr. M. S. Hayes and son, Godfrey Chief Bill Blount, John Hall. Dill an ,
several weeks. The Prince is presenting this picture LaBelle Hall, Tfleodore 'Yeomans HUll .
pey., Miss Pat Doland and Billy CTes ,of Moore ,Haven were In Hugh
at a loss according to Manager and John Poole. TUESDAY .
sey spent Wednesday in Fort Myers Tuesday on business.Mrs. i & WEDNESDAYJULY
.Mrs. H. A. Bestor and children, -- G., H. Mercer but It is the policy ot Hob Lowe, and children spent Howard Cline or Palm Beach is 21 & Z

i George and Richard, returned dome Born to Mr. and Mrs. Chris Leiter J the playhouse to ,show the best pic. Sunday:) and Monday in LaBello visiting spending a few days In LaBelle visiting Clara 'Bow Ralph Forbes .?r

last week from a six'' weeks' visit of, No. 7 Ventura Street, a son, Robert tures. obtainable and to continue sev- relatives. his aunt Mrs. M. E. Forrey. .. IN :

}: with: 'relatives In the north. James, on Friday, July 10, tip en day operation If possible through, Elmer Anderson has returned torJaHelJe' I Mrs. Sam Carson, Frances Turner. "Htft ,W'IUUINli mum-: ';:

t ping the scales at eight and one-half .the summer. after a month's stay at the Vivian Howard, Dorothy Howard and ,
with f
P Mr. and Mrs. Wm. McClure and pounds. Mother and son doing fine. training camp at Fort Screvens. Tom Stroud motored to Fort Myers '
Chas; Haggles!' Skeet ;
i children left this week for Fort My .. Mrs. Lucia Attanasio and children Thursday night whore they attended ; GalJangherI'.

. /' ers where they will make their Mrs. Bill Tedwell and children, raui wmteman, wno is atarreu: have returned to their former home the dance at the Pythian building., Comedy Universal News '

:r _- home. Barbara Ann and Louis, returned with his entire orchestra in Universal in LaBelle after residing In Monti- Mr. and Mrs. K. Messer and daughter 1

fr ,Sunday from, Plant City where they s spectacular_ "King: of '"'J zz' Lucille, motored to Arcadia Sat THURSDAY & FRIDAY
f -Mnrand-Mrs.-rH-R.) Hall-moved. last. have been 'guests' "of relatives",for3' which comes to the P.rlpce. Theatreon ..._, -'- -," ----..----- urday; 'relumingSunday.MISS '- ",' ,',' JULY 23 :&,24Telez '.

} week into the .Ames'' home. "r month. Sunday ana Monday was literally LUPE VELEZ SINGS : Dorothy Howard and 1'ou
'Lupo Lew Ayres
Mrs. ,Roy Green and son, Hoy Jr., born with a violin In his hands. "CHINESE LULLABY"Like Pullman and 'Mr. and Mrs. Lindsay IN

'"' j are' visiting relatives In Jacksonville i Mrs. H. A. Bester and children, His father, Wilberforce. White- a ripple 1 seem, sings Lupe Stallings attended the 'show in Fort "EAST FS WEST"An ::

and'. .Plant. City. Richard and George, were visitors In .,man, was director of musical education velez, playing the colorrui role oV Myers bunaay. .

LatJelle last week. at the Denver, Col., ,schools tor "Ming Toy" In Universal's talking Little Patsy Royer celebrated her exciting: : wistful romance With a

'. J.. K. Baker 'made a business trip thirty years. His mother sang In oratorio version of "East is West" coming t'6< fourtu birthday anniversary Monday tremendous. surprise climax! ;
f. to 'Tampa Monday.Mrs. JacK Forbes and Alice and Betty and in the Denver choirs. And the Prince Theatre Thursday aria )J afternoon. Ice cream, cake and candy Comedy Fox NewtS ;I

T/illits were visitors in Clewlsfon when Paul was three years of age, his Friday. 'Her voice combines the lire I I were served to the following: :t I It

W. C. Prewitt left last week Sunday night. father gave him his first violin. of Mexico with the lure of the Orient Dimples Gilbert, Author Gilbert,

I i -PanT- TITO..-o Arlii/votaH.... _...._' .."'..... .of..... tKiA 00&4'.AJ.4.lion VOT........ and in her portrayal of this role she I Hortense Couch, Harold Shillings, JS.I ; SATURDAY i' j!

City schools, and at seventeen was enters Into the spirit of the part and I J. Bussel, Audry Bussel, Bill Rider, \ JULY 25 ,i,.1

chief viola player in the Denver Sym sings "The Chinese Lullaby" divinely -I Esther Hill,- Bobby Gravely, Doris Bill Boyd Helen Twelvetrees ,-oJi:

I' phony orchestra. Just then "ragtime"was Wooten, Billy Weaver and Davis Lee 1N"PAINTED ;r i

[ Food for Party Guests I beginning to become popular Her make-up, too, Is perfection b'o I Stokes. DESERT !i

i 1 and in 1915 Whiteman left his native much so that native Chinese 'workin /' Miss Madge Cox, Vivian Howard THRILLS!! ACTION! ROMANCE! .L !!
Denver to go to San ,Francisco ana in the picture at the studio were nev- and Joe McKay motored to Crescent 7 i
t Attractive. Refreshments play in the World's Fair Orchestra er quite convinced' that she was not Beach Sunday. Chapter No.8. '; :
%''f The Indians OswalC1.
Are Often the Secret y ana mmeiu oumg: Judi ua. one of their own. And they admired Mrs. R. R. Small and daughter, Lana : Cartoonmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmammw .. I
Are Coming !
of Home Socials After The Exposition. Paul got a uer, always :ready to snow uer tue and Hoy Green left Saturday for "

... job at Tait's then-famous restaurantas manfierisms> and gestures c1f 'racfer. ;'yl;I 1
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THE clever home entertainer a jazz musician. but he was actually istic of their people. "

; ,. that the right kind of fired because they didn't consider But Lupe's voice is a natural inheritance -
refreshments, and the right
manner him so "hot" those 'days. Nothing from her talented mother .
of serving them, are going to 9Qrti
I,", determine the success of millions daunted. he recruited the nucleus who was a famous opera singer in .
of women's parties this winter. ot an orchestra of his own ana Mexico City when Lupe was a little : JThTh::=====T::
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following bridge
party opened at Santa Barbara. California. girl.
I i menus, for a noon-day luncheonand i I B .
For quite a while Whiteman and -
; for afternoon refreshments -
: I are simple.. to prepare, and they + N/ 4 his bo ys led a minstrel iige, getting COURAGE FOR COMEDY I .-, > .

:i! ? are especially suitable for dainty work where they could. Then, Indomitable courage, as well as a .

: I ,,V and tasty serving. through an old friend who had heard talent for comedy was rejuired or
IJ Bridge Luncheon his music, he got his first real chance Charlie Ruggles for one of his most A. HOME
! Layered Cheese and Apple Salad
'l. at the Alexandria Hotel, Los Angeles* nerve-wracking scenes In "Her Wedding .
Hot ;
Buttered Rolls j To make the assorted canapes: .
Sweet' Sliced Dill Pickles Slice white bread thin, toast then the favorite rendezvous of the Night;" Clara Bow's new star- .
'. Coconut CakeI movie stars. ring picture, which opens its two day
slightly in .
cut rounds
using A .
!! Tea .
Lemon Mints small cookie prom that time forward Whiteman's run at the Prince Theatre next Tues
I cutter. On each roundof (
, Layered Cheese and Apple Salad .
: \ fat made as follows: toast place a. small bit of mayonnaise name became the synonym TdV day.The
, the best In jazz music. He 'went to scene caned'for him to stand
I 1 package lemon gelatin; 1 pint boning a crosswise section of sour : =
!' water; 2 tablespoons lemon Juice;. pickle, another bit of mayonnaise the Ambassador, Atlantic City, and up under a bombardment' of china- TRY OUR SUNDAY DINNERSi
teaspoon salt; 1 red apple, cut In ,
.", V.-ln. dice; 1 teaspoon sugar; 1 pack- then a shrimp. signed a contract with the Victor ware, hurled with unerring eye by ]. i.
ago ((3 ounces) cream cheese; '& cup Slice white bread Phonograph Company to make PhOnograph Rosita Moreno. whose Spanish blood
/) walnut meats, broken. thin, toast E I.
\, Dissolve gelatin in boiling water. lightly, cut bread into oblong strips, records. Since that time "Tie was way past the boiling point. The Ii I[II ]a
Add 1 tablespoon lemon juice and 1% by 2 inches. Spread each piece nas made and sold vastly more records chinaware: barrage was rather costly

I of Bait.salt Combine and remaining apple, 1 sugar tablespoon, dash with deviled ham, garnish with abo'rder than any other recorder In thcv ,for Paramount, for Ruggles refusedto :I I You can. get a room and board at .our hotel. ] that=

I lemon: juice. Chill. When slightly] of small gherkins, sliced world. have anything but the best Have "

thickened, fold apples into J/ of thinly crosswise. f Whiteman's orchestra nets was land hurled at him. I will make you feel] at home.CLEWISTON'S :

gelatin mixture. Turn Into mold. Orange charlotte Is made by featured in the ziegieid pomes, ana "Cast: iron pottery is out," ne ae- I J
Chill until r .
firm. Beat remaining using: then the maestro of jazz made a triumphal clarecl. "It may'be a lot cheaper, But I Pm ; mI I
gelatin with rotary egg beater until : ,\ -
,of consistency of whipped cream.. 1 package orange gelatin; 1% cups ] European tour In 'S'uich 'lie it nuns a lot more riavnana ureans I ......' :"' ',, .....' ,. .
boiling water / -
Fold In cheese and niits. Pour over ; teaspoon salt; 1/3 cup took American music into the strongholds so gel&uY." '," ,:
orange marmalade
; % cup cream, I it fI]
first layer. Chill until firm. whipped. of classic music at Paris, Lon; ,
Servo in .
squares on crisp lettuce
with Jn1lyonn: ise. Dissolve gelatin in boiling water. don ViennaRome.. Returning to MIAMI BEACH ';Local Baptist ,"-
Afternoon Chill. When slightly thickened, New York,' he gave the first jazz Church congregation plan erection of I. .: lIJ

Assorted Refreshments Canapes of beat consistency with rotary of egg whipped beater cream.until symphony} at the Aeolian Hall)), on $25OO edifice. I a =.' OPULARHOTEL: IB)

Tea with Lemon Salted Nuts Add salt. Fold in marmalade and February 1U, 1UU4. .

Oranpc Charlotte cream. Pile in sherbet glasses. It was another triumph both for PANAMA' Cl'l'A. It. Kogers purchased .

Cookies Chill until firm. w Whiteman and for jazz. It definitely{ business block at Intersection .

I marred the popular supremacy on of Harrison Ave and Filth street.
jazz music and of Whiteman Its : WATANABE HOTEL :
JUUST1S:: -(Jas plant under erectionhere AHCADIAoda Shoppe on Debo-'" as Resurfacing portion of tSate oRad THE
foremost exponent. No. 13 between here and Alacliua .
-to serve LMnatiiia v :
Mount uora'and ta
Avenue being renovated. Ii .... .
... since that time the conceded "mon
:{ this city:: with gase. County line completed. .
.J'. ., arcH of melody" .. has been playing 7I'IjAN'l' 11 ':;;MRS.iCLAUDE DOWNS, Manager.I .
I ; stage, oncertnand \ .
INVILL&-"llo3ra.walk night club engagements \ y
:- "J, ,.. Gazette rant to CITY-Hogers & Middle- '
: I ..-; ; ," new weekly paper published reopen.APALACHICOLAkussell's__ In\the leading cities or brooks: Inc.. department store, movedto Ii I .,-rr II

r'' .. ..fnby( Frank Brennan and Leslie the world. lIe came direct from New
;, ,. Meeseth larger quarters at 1-0 South Collins .
J. .,;.iF.. .." MarKet York to make "King of Jazz," the St.MIAMI. '
opened in
(. ., AH..l..JakeSlavkonky 'to reopen buildings. most spectacular revue ever finned.KISSIMMEE .
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t. poultry storo In BEACH W.:
Oscar John- PLANT G. Potts received
CITY-30 cars of peppers m a
ton l'JuuaJ Work progressingon
permit for construction 01
from here
new Federal building. $75,00 residence at 5027 Collins Ave. . .D. .. .... .... ....

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are tender and pastry slight
government departments. stone technicalities in the state's chain Add 1 egg and 1-2 cup milk, ana, guavas
COMMUTE FAILS I 1 Iy browned. Serve with lemon or or-
A bill calling for establishment 01 After wrangling for half an hour,I store tax law, -while the other would then blend the mixture. Toss on ange sauce to which a teaspoon of

a state tax commission, recommend the senate finally adopted a motion I require private tax collecting agencies floured board. and roll to about 1-2 added.
marmalade has been
TO REPORT :OGARET4s cd by Governor Carlton In his call take chain store tax bill off the '
to a ) to pay a license tee of ?250 a inch tnicK. Brush witn moitea imttur,
I Lemon or Orange Sauce "
for the second extraordinary session, caionaar: ana sent it to tne nuance year and to furnish bond of ?Z5,UUU. snowdrift or other fat. Spread dough :iri!
1 :2 tablespoons
Mix cup sugar,
was reported unfavorably. and taxation committee. Senators ---
TAX AS with mixture, sweetened and (
.FAVORABLE guava Hour, and a pinch of salt.. Add 1 3-*
The bills gaining favorable report Stewart and Andrews. who Intro
A Talk On Trees: ,spiced. and dot with butter. Koll up boiling water and cook for'2
were introduced Monday. duced the bill said It was designed cups
as for jelly roll and place in greased Then add 3 !
Dr. E. Fortes minutes. tablespoons
One by Representative uieasoe, merely fo correct legal technicalities
,Placed .On Senate Cal hull ruiHU in inuuuruie ovel' fur ""u lemon juice, 1.2 teaspoon grated
Hillsbqrough proposed consolidation in, a cTiain store tax bill previously .

endar For Discussion of the department of game and fresh passed by the legislature. They said (Continued from page 1)) minutes, and. serve with Ca'vorite lemon rind and 2 tablespoons butter,

'water fish, the department of forestry .tney aouotca constitutionality,, 01 \ pudding sauce. and remove it from the stove.' For
At Later
.. ::Date. and shell fish commission with the original bill.ADOLPH. A TALK ON 'TltL'L'S. !; !: 324 nside .r. %.... Guava Dumplings orange sauce subsltute 1cup or-

25 per cent of departmental revenueto near the periphery, of the root sys i'eel 12 largo guavas. ijut the cc'n.tcr ange rind for lomon rind.
'1'AbbA11AsSLL: 'ia.-7-juiy is-Ahouse puip a
tnrougn auver aim flux
be turned over to the general .revenue CARSON tern to saturate the soil to a depth or;

approved bill to levy a sales. fund: of the state. The committee at least twelve i inches, and in periods I with' the fruit. Make a pastry us for AIJl1T'1'1.U5! cars tomatoes

''tax on cigarets was laced on the amended the bill to eliminate ,tueforestry DIES SUDDENLY of t very dry weather do this at live roly-poly (above), and ,roll to 1-4 ,inch shipped from here since shipping

JFlorida senate's business calendar department from the pro AT IMMOKALEE' to 'seven day intervals. tart: watering thickness. Brush with butter, and cut I season opened.

Wednesday despite an unfavorable' posed consolidation.Two ]i I early eonugh. egin_ o( fore thero into six squares. Place a large spoon" memorial bridge across INOW .It1v r.
report By the finance and taxation -
other bills by Representative has been serious_ root damage. lo tut of the mixture on each square. making boundary line between Bradford -
commltteq. It will be considered later (Continued from Page 1) i I ,
Mathews, uuval, and IX:: other representatives not overdo watering because ,roots Mix' 1.2 cup of sugar and 1.4 teaspoon and Union counties, ,openeu.j .-

.sought. to abolish the department I I must, have air as, well as .niolstur each of cinnamon. cloves, and all I j Lake City Gazette'
The action came in a session at Immolcalce where he has lived for: I
or game and fresh water They can be drowned out as well as spice; and sprinkle over the mixtureon MIAMI BEACH-W. H. McKinna
.marked by passage of a bill to allow soma 40 years. He was married there i % I '
fish and the'shell fish commission, dried up. Aim for a happy medium, the squares. Enclose in the pastry, purchased residence at 5212: Worth
cities to accept payment of taxes in and brought up 'his family In the lIt-
placing their duties under the depart- ana tne'outcome win oe satisiactory. and bake In a moderate oven (flo.I Bay Road from ,Mead Construction
.installments, and .refusal to allow introduction tle town of which he has long boon '
men t ot: agriculture with surplus II degrees. ) for 25 minutes; or unlit Co., for consideration of 70.000.
of a measure designed, to a lending citizen. Of late years he i
revenue after payment of operating TAX I
,limit the number; of attaches em has been active in politics and recently COMMISSION ..
expense to be turned over to the, general v -i'r .
,ployedduring -legislative: session. attracted attention 'In the t BILL IS KILLED
revenue ..fund.Present .
Senator Young Vero Beach and Florida"legislature by leading a

Senator, Wag, ,Palm. .Bench, introduced .. movementIto' transfer imCiokaleo> I I IN. LEGISLATUREContinued '" t. r I
t :
Jointly "r bill to estaoush' .a I I ) Session Of from (Jollier. .to Hendry county. I ---- 1 REORGANIZATION OF (

graduated ,.kilowatt hour tax on elec Legislature May n sldes'his store Mr. Carson ( from pane 11 lII II

.tricity. Young c6timlted'Dnunl (revenue Downed a home, a grove, and some The Southern Sugar.Company )

at $$2.u'0u000.;; .' < Help TaxpayersContinued town lots'and undeveloped land nearlmmokaleoo HopIyJng to arguments of opponents !.
Before voting ',7 to 6 lo report the .. ,11'ormany- years he was of the bill King said the sug- (
<'' I 1 The holders of a majority in amount of da'hns against The ,
tax bill ( from page 1) I gestion by Senator ,Anderson .to au,
clgaret unfavorably, the senate also in the cattle business but recently -I -:- Southern Sugar Company have deposited or have Indicated their ; O' _

committeE amended .it< to maKe I I sold :his stock. He has servedas thorize the. governor to employ special t willingness to deposit their claims under the Plan and Agreement i
the regular and first extra session oil for the reorganization of the Company dated April '1 1931. Amajority '
the proposed ,levy 20 ,per cent of theretailXprice. a member of ,the Collier county Investigators In checking up I
of the shares of each class of stock of The Southern '
have left many people confused as to
This would bo a 'tax 01 : assessment inequalities would confer
commission and held other local 01- Sugar Company and of The Clewiston Company have also.beep,
three cents:a.-: acka.go on 'cigarets retailing how the effect of these laws: will fices. Ho was a vigorous: advocate or powers "beneath the dignity, of the received for deposit under the Plan and Agreement.

tor i&: cents Tne scneauie.ap, change tne revenue in tnelr particu-i road building headed several cheer executive.' Certain stockholders and holders of claims who have indicated

proved by the rtiouse c was' a levy ot.five !lar counties. and *"I can go further to add," King, continued their desire to participate in the Plan have for various"reasons requested -
movements for highway improvement additional time to deposit.- I
cents on packages ,.retailing toe The chart shows the net result 6i : projects. "that the trouble with tne Inorder, to accommodate requests and to give tp other 'I

26 cents or, less, and 10 .cents on '.he program as the same will effect senate: today Is that it contains too '. holders of stock and claims a further: opportunity to participate in I t
I the benefits of the Plan the time within which claims and stock "
more expensive cigar t's. each county :and the benenciai re- many lawyers;! and ,too many, members, .. 1 1may
Senate Kills Tax'Foreclosure' be deposited thereunder without penalty and within which ,
Starting with a tax of one cent sults to the counties of the state 'whoso actions indicate ,:.they,: merely I I ..;- stockholders of The Southern Sugar Company may exercise the I II

each on the ,first 50 kilowatt hours: vhicH will accrue to 'them if the pro. Bill push buttons responsive to the- dictates .. rights ci subscription! conferred by thc Plan has been ,extended I

of electricity. the Young bill would posed program is carried out; additional of special interests." until the close of business! on July 24, 1931. '
!. Stun: of The Southern'Sugar Company be deposited and
trim the tax down : to a cent, revenue new "it might be better .n were '
(Continued from Page 1) : there suh e'tipinn rights exercised with anyof( the following, Depositaries
each on the second 59 kilowatt hours the county taxpayers relieved of the. 'moro lawyers: in. the .legislature," Gomez ... : /'.ntrai Hanover Bank and TrustCompanv, 70 BroadHa "i

and one-tenth of a cent each on allover state ad valorem tax. replied. "As for I }'. 'yea YorK City, or Union Guardian-Trust Com' :try, 1 1Coptess Q
uuu lor investigations to determine myself represent : <:nd fris\\od! Streets, Detroit*,]Michigan, or Califoinia ...j\ ,
100 hours\.It; provided the tax t
tlTe Jodino content of Florida fruits no Interests 'nor.am, 1 afraid, to 'i'rut Ccnip: ny 62V South Spring Street, Los Angeles Califcrof .i

would be paid ,-by the consumer. BILL ON TAX and vegetables and lor seeking ways stay:! in the chamber.and vote. on ..ev : I
SenatorFutch's bill to set ,,compensation stock of The Clewiston Com'plnf 7most be deposited with
allowed county fee officers on ADJUSTMENTSPASSED IS lo regulate the maturity of citrus cry' roll call. I express myself on every Ceiffy Trust Company of New York, 80 Eighth Avenue .... '-'I

limits, ,irasseu:: wnn little Ul CUSU1.: bill brought up for cpnsideratiot!. : itevi\ urk City I
a graduated scale, and t'ixiug the BY SENATEContinued A measure requiring/ the state aim ""That's just what I contend.". King I, C}aims against: The Southern Sugar ComPany, other than i-a'icj 1 I ,
maximum annual, compensation at Claims must l 1'1 deposited with Central Hanover EanL. and I j'
counties to preserve public) records Hi shot back. "There has been too ,mucn Trust 70 ,..
Company, Broadway, NewYork'City "
$GOUO( was reported favorably. The 4
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( from Page 1), fireproof yaluts and another autho- 'Vourth of July oratory and too little 'Land Claims against The Southern Sugar Company must: be

compensation\ would be fixed on a "--- 'rizllib"the use of: poisons to remove 'action in the senate." "tlerjositi.'u: with Central Farmers Trust_Company. l\'estPa1Jrt, '; I
graduated per ceutage. scale according .. Leach, I Florida V -
public instruction, county tax collector hyacinths or other vegetation from Chairman Wagg rapped lustily tor '
to' total receipts of the offices. Copies of the Plan and Agreement may be obtained from either I
and county tax assessor.! They canal ,channels were passed. order and the bill was put to a voteresulting : '' of the'undcrsigncd or from any of the Depositaries\'e named I, I II '

L serve without additional compensa- A resolution oy senator: iayiur, :>L.Augustr"ne in an adverse report. 9 to 5.t I Any inquiries with respect to the, Plan and Agreement or lo the >I I '
: Abolish ,rights. creditors or stockholders thereunder should bcaddrcssed .
Bills To I
tion. b3' : .
: i requesting TO
, congr II .
either of the '
I to undersigned. I ... ,
'," The senate's finance and taxation call a convention to alter' the eJs"itaenth HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES I ,,,,
r" erge' ureaus I ,_ ,_ Dated July 8, 1931. .. : 11, .
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read "r'
: committee bills .
reported unfavorably amendment ,
was a, secijjpnd .. 'I
is- "-sGuava- .._ ,
;-/'r ((Reported 'Favorably proposing abolishment or consolidation time but no further action was ; RolY-Poly" r II' :REED, 'ADLER & CO., .: .BITTING, INCORPORATED-,- !l .

r:', with other departments of the taken. Sift 2 cups flour :N2 teaspoon salt, Assonaie Reorganization ,ManagerReorganisation Manager..:, : '

; :;T,, j\. house. committee Monday reported state hotel commission. game ana Six, new bills were received, four 2 tablespoons sugar and 3' tablespoons 724 South Spring t Strut 52 Wall Street., I I
I, ,1.03 Aicelcs.!:! California. NTcw ,Yorjc City ,, 'j"I
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R favorably three bills proposing fresh water fish commission. shellfish of them of ocal nature. One generalbill baking powder. and cut iiv : I

,t.'abolfsnment' or consolidation of state commission and forestry commis sought :to clear up minor legal I shortening until mealy in appearance/I Lf ::_.- ___...._.;.

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