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EDL NHPRC UFPKY



Business Correspondence. Jan. 2, 1930 - Mar. 31, 1930
ALL VOLUMES CITATION PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00000147/00177
Finding Guide: A Guide to the Thomas E. Will Papers
 Material Information
Title: Business Correspondence. Jan. 2, 1930 - Mar. 31, 1930
Series Title: Business Correspondence
Physical Description: Unknown
Publication Date: Jan. 2, 1930 - Mar. 31, 1930
Physical Location:
Box: 15
Folder: Business Correspondence
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Everglades (Fla.)
Okeechobee, Lake (Fla.)
Okeelanta (Fla.)
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
System ID: AA00000147:00177

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From the

COLLECTION DEPARTMENT

Of the

The Florists' Credit Association, Inc.
180 N. Michigan Ave. 303 Fifth Avenue
Chicago New York




Dear Sirs:
For the past fifteen years our Collection Department has specialized
in the collecting of wholesale accounts in the FLORAL, SEED and NURSERY TRADES.
Wholesalers thruout the country trust us with collecting over two hundred
thousand dollars worth of accounts each year. We collect over 60% of the
accounts sent us. The results we obtain have given us a nation wide reputa-
tion as collectors in the horticultural trades.
We are not magicians we cannot squeeze blood out of a turnip -
but in six out of ten cases we GET THE MONEY.
Business conditions are not good. The creditor who sits back and
waits will wait for his money the creditor who makes an effort to get his
money usually gets it. You have accounts on your books that need immediate
attention. Unless you get busy on them right away you'll have to wait a long
time to collect.


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receipt is found.
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Foster's agent in So.Florida);that Snyder
held the payment till his return to Chicago,
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.' ArPED H.WAGG J.O.WILMOT MEADE C DOBSON HOWARD W. SEBY
J 5 P--IDENT VICE PRESIDENT GENERAL MANAGER SECRETARY-TREASURER


STHE L ED: H.WAGG ORGANIZATION INC
THE OLDEST AND LARGEST AGENCY IN THE
UNITED STATES DEVOTED EXCLUSIVELY TO
THE SALE OF REAL ESTATE IN SUBDIVISION

L._.--...-_. _215 SOUTH OLIVE AVENUE
WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA


Jan. 14, 1930.
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Dr. Those. s Will,
iest Palm Beach, 9l-a.

Dear Doctor:

I wish to apo-ogize to you 'or not 'oing- for
you IIonUay morning as per arrangement. I called at uour house
this morning but Mrs. ';i._ ~id you has aireary left for Palm
!each.

mIiy mind, was very mucn perturbed over the death
of T'. Jackson. come of their people were at our house and
I Left homtelate. IMr. Jackson, a;.. you know. was formerly
our next door neighbor and a! very close friend of ours. He
nad just opened up his drug store at jtali .ioint and vas
driving back to Lauderdale to see his family v,'ien his auto-
mobile turned over and killed him instantly. Our La';:ily was
very much up-set.

AssurinLg ou that I wiil be very glad to have
you ride with me any day w hen I o back and forth nmd tlat
this error of omission will not occur .eain, I m


Sincerely,


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j ~ January 16th, 1930



CCfiTRACT ACCOUNT





Mr. Thomas E. Will,
303 Evernia Street,
West Palm Beach, Florida

Dear Sir:

Your money order, recently received at this office to
apply on your contract, has been returned by our Bank
with the following notation:: "Thirty-da, period from
date of issuance to date of deposit expired."
Your account, therefore, was charged with this suip, and
we will appreciate another money order, in like amount,
at your convenience.

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VOTE "YES"

Si ON THE

Broward Drainage District Referendum


This referendum ought to carry, BIG. It's the ONE THING that will help the Back Country.
And the Back Country will then help the town.
Lauderdale needs the Glades worse than the Glades need Lauderdale. Lauderdale can't live
on tourists. SHE MUST PRODUCE. .
That means her Everglades must be farmed. Then, as in Dade County, factories will follow.
These will bring pay-rolls, and a YEAR-ROUND TOWN.
But the Ex erg- .1 must have reclamation funds. Hence the Broward Drainage District must
sell its bonds.
But it must first have more people and more values in it. This the bond-buyers insist on.
, This won't cost Lauderdale one cent. It will cost Broward County one little mill on the dollar, about
$7,000 or $8,000 per year.
But the new taxes and new business this will bring will turn this little outgo into a BIG-INCOME.
Further, it will help put a foundation under Lauderdale, and make it a city.
Do you know how the Everglades have been carrying the Coast?
Do you know Bro,.ward's Everglades have paid in $700,000 or $800,000, most of which has
"" helped build the Coast, rather than the Everglades?

Do you know that, for 15 years, most of the 20,000 old Everglades buyers have been barred
out from their own properties, kept from voting, and taxed without representation?
Do you want t6 keep this up? Do you know that, badly as it hurts the Everglades buyers, it
hurts you still worse?
If you want to do justice to Evergladers and yourself at the same time, VOTE "Y E S" on
k this referendum.
Some have said, "We won't vote any more money to the old Board."
But do you know that these men are all out? -"
You ask, "Who will follow them?" I answer, "Let the Everglades owners name their dwn
board, by petition; and then let us all petition the Governor to appoint them. If, later, the Ever-
gladers want these men removed, let the Governor remove them." That's POPULAR GOVERN-
MENT, and it's the solution of this problem.
VOTE "YES." And then help the Evergladers get their own kind of a Board.

STHOMAS E. WILL,
209 S. W. Sixth Ave., City.

Wright Printery
W. Broward Blvd. at 12th Ave.






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i ON THE

Broward Drainage District Referendum

This referendum ought to carry, BIG. It's the ONE THING that will help the Back Country.
And the Back Country will then help the town.
Lauderdale needs the Glades worse than the Glades need Lauderdale. Lauderdale can't live
on tourists. SHE MUST PRODUCE.
That means her Everglades must be farmed. Then, as in Dade County, factories will follow.
These will bring pay-rolls, and a YEAR-ROUND TOWN. ---
But the Everglaaes must have reclamation funds. Hence the Broward Drainage District must
sell its bonds.
But it must first have more people and more values in it. This the bond-buyers insist on.
This won't cost Lauderdale one cent. It will cost Broward County one little mill on the dollar, about
$7,000 or $8,000 per year.
But the new taxes and new business this will bring will turn this little outgo into a BIG INCOME.
Further, it will help put a foundation under Lauderdale, and make it a city.
Do you know how the Everglades have been carrying the Coast?
Do you know Broward's Everglad'es have paid in $700,000 or $800,000, most of which has
helped build the Coast, rather than the Everglades?
Do you know that, for 16 years, most of the 20,000 old Everglades buyers have been barred
out from their own properties. kept from voting, and taxed without representation?
Do you want to keep this up? Do you know that, badly as it hurts the Everglades buyers, it
hurts you still worse?
If you want to do justice to Evergladers and yourself at the same time, VOTE "Y E S" on
this referendum.
Some have said, "We won't vote any more money to the old Board."
But do you know that these men are all out?
You ask, "Who will follow them?" I answer, "Let the Everglades owners name their own
board, by petition; and then let us all petition the Governor to appoint them. If, later, the Ever-
gladers want these men removed, let the Governor remove them." That's POPULAR GOVERN-
MENT, and it's the solution of this problem.
VOTE "YES." And then help the Evergladers get their own kind of a Board.
THOMAS E. WILL,
209 S. W. Sixth Ave., City.

Wright Printery
W. Broward Blvd. at 12th Ave.






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VOTE "YES"

ON THE

Broward Drainage District Referendum


This referendum ought to carry, BIG. It's the ONE THING that will help the Back Country.
And the Back Country will then help the town.
Lauderdale needs the Glades worse than the Glades need Lauderdale. Lauderdale can't live
on tourists. SHE MUST PRODUCE.
That means her Everglades must be farmed. Then, as in Dade County, factories will follow.
These will bring pay-rolls, and a YEAR-ROUND TOWN.
But the Everglades must have reclamation funds. Hence the Broward Drainage District must
sell its bonds. -
But it must first have more people and more values in it. This the bond-buyers insist on.
This won't cost Lauderdale one cent. It will cost Broward County one little mill on the dollar, about
$7,000 or $8,000 per year.
S But the new taxes and new business this will bring will turn this little outgo into a BIG INCOME.
Further, it will help put a foundation under Lauderdale, and make it a city.
Do you know how the Everglades have been carrying the Coast?
Do you know Broward's Everglades have paid in $700,000 or $800,000, most of which has
hePped build the Coast, rather thanwthe Everglades?
Do you know that, for 15 years, most of the 20,000 old Everglades buyers have been barred
out from their own properties, kept from voting, ,and taxed without representation?
Do you want to keep this up? Do you know that, badly as it hurts the Everglades buyers, it
hurts you still worse?
If you want to do justice to Evergladers and yourself at the same time, VOTE "Y E S" on
this referendum.
Some have said, "We won't vote any more money to the old Board."
But do you know that these men are all put?
You ask, "Who will follow them?" I answer, "Let the Everglades owners name their own
board, by petition; and, then let us all petition the Governor to appoint them. If, later, the Ever-
gladers want these men removed, let the Governor remove them." That's POPULAR GOVERN-
MENT, and it's the solution of this problem.
VOTE "YES." And then help the Evergladers get their own kind of a Board.
THOMAS E. WILL,
209 S. W. Si:th Ave.. City.

Wright Printery
\W. Broward Bl\d(. at 12th Ave.
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VOTE "YES"

ON THE

Broward Drainage District Referendum

This referendum ought to carry, BIG. It's the ONE THING that will help the Back Country.
And the Back Country will then help the town.
Lauderdale needs the Glades worse than the Glades need Lauderdale. Lauderdale can't live
on tourists. SHE MUST PRODUCE.
That means her Everglades must be farmed. Then, as in Dade County, factories will follow.
These will bring pay-rolls, and a YEAR-ROUND TOWN.
But the Everglades must have reclamation funds. Hence the Broward Drainage District must
sell its bonds.
But it must first have more people and more values in it. This the bond-buyers insist on.
This won't cost Lauderdale one cent. It will cost Broward County one little mill on the dollar, about
$7,000 or $8,000 per-year.
But the new taxes and new business this will bring will turn this little outgo into a BIG INCOME.
Further, it will help put a foundation under Lauderdale, and make it a city.
Do you know how the Everglades have been carrying the Coast?
Do you know Broward's Everglades have paid in $700,000 or $800,000, most of which has
helped build the Coast, rather than the Everglades?
Do you know that, for 15 years, most of the 20,000 old Everglades buyers have been barred
out from their own properties, kept from voting, and taxed without representation?
Do ybu want to keep this up? Do you know that, badly as it hurts the Everglades buyers, it
hurts you still worse?
If you want to do justice to Evergfaders and yourself at the same time, VOTE "Y E S" on
this referendum.
Some have said, "We won't vote any more money to the old Board."
But do you know that these men are all out?
You ask, "Who will follow them?" I answer, "Let the Everglades owners name their own
board, by petition; and then let us all petition the Governor to appoint them. If, later, the Ever-
gladers want these men removed, let the Governor remove them." That's POPULAR GOVERN-
SMENT, and it's the solution of this problem.
VOTE "YES." And then help the Evergladers get their own kind of a Board.
THOMAS E. WILL,
209 S. W. Sixth Ave., City.

Wright Printery
W. Broward Blvd. at 12th i
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VOTE "YES"

ON THE

Broward Drainage District Referendum


This referendum ought tocarry, BIG. It's the ONE THING that will help .the Back Country.
And the Back Country will then help the town.
Lauderdale needs the Glades worse than the Glades need Lauderdale. Lauderdale can't live
on tourists. SHE MUST PRODUCE.'
That means her Everglades must be farmed. Then, as in Dade County, factories will follow.
These will bring pay-rolls, and a YEAR-ROUND TOWN.
-But the Everglades must have reclamation funds. 'Hence the Broward Drainage Districf must
sell its bonds.
But it must first have more people and more values in it. This the bond-buyers insist on.
This won't cost Lauderdale one cent. It will cost Broward County one little mill on the dollar, about
$7,000 or $8,0,00 per, year.
But the new taxes and new business this'will bring will turn this little outgo into a BIG INCOME.
Further, it will help put a foundation under Lauderdale, and make it a city.
Do you know how the Everglades have been carrying the Coast?
SDo you know Broward's Everglades have paid in $700,000 or $800,000, most of which has
helped build&the Coast, rather than the Everglades?
'Do you know that, for 15 years,'most of the 20,000 old Everglades buyers have been barred
out from their dwn properties, kept from voting, and taxed without representation?
Do you want to keep this up? Do you know that, badly as it hurts the Everglades buyers, it
hurts you still worse?
If you want to do justice to Evergladers and yourself at the same time,. VOTE "Y E S" on
this referendum.
Some have said, "We won-'t vote any more money to the. old Board."
But do you know that these men are all out?
You ask, 'Who will follow'them?" I answer, "Let the Everglades owfiers name their own
board, by petition; and then let us all petition the Governor to appoint them. If, later, the Ever-
gladers want these men removed, let the Governor remove them." That's POPULAR GOVERN-
M ENT, and it's the solution of this problem.
SVOTE '"YES." And then help the Evergladers get their own kind of a Board.
THOMAS E. WILL,
*- 209 S. W. Sixth Ave., City.

Wright Printery
W. Broward Blvd. at 12th Ave.


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GSince Ty last let+,e, to yaon -2%,-28I hEave been pomuding 'l"yelth all zy
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.t-*.'*-A .. ;;.i-, in ing u.dog xil m o is in rie-t. Tc-LjO:eoa,'::-1 I ?e-
ttu1 to ,~p:lra r.)nr.,/:.-X I a- ..-..'.:, su.1 ti-'. t-.e d-y.:- ho4e to ha*'
tha- an-t'her liONG tTRMI, form -d has been taken.
I simply wyitce +,0 o *5,=1u' hope -hat yourp and o 1 the 31:ij 1.x 1-7 ouch uoo-

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Lanco1ditiousO *.hreenow are T*:R,. T7e ought, to bo t out '.0 0.< C..' .
P&, *i .* y PULIS -re yeot,..+,o go ingbefore we -mn .7 R' .*z.y "JT first-
3als resul,';:. Thi.' ii ha' mi bo0 lfarn to faorro s o b-4n c.:i:f.:-.
-1< ipo5nt is 9WoveQ. ijl ntf la. f'to -iT r 'BU.LTI t -. -
I.1 1 on thio yun(.isocoif a'dl i w Ik N ING EY.

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VOTE "YES"

SON THE

Broward Drainage District Referendum

This referendum ought to carry, BIG. It's the ONE THING that will help the Back Country.
And tlh Back Country will then help the town.
Lauderdale needs the Glades worse than the Glades need Lauderdale. Lauderdale can't live
on tourists. SHE MUST PRODUCE.
That means her Everglades must be farmed. Then, as in Dade County, factories will follow.
These will bring pay-rolls, and a YEAR-ROUND TOWN.
But the Everglades must have reclamation funds. Hence the Broward Drainage District must
sell its bonds.
But it must first have more people and more values in it. This the bond-buyers insist on.
This won't cost Lauderdale one cent. It will cost Broward County one little mill on the dollar, about
$7,000 or $8,000 per year.
But the new taxes and new business this will bring will turn this little outgo into a BIG INCOME.
Further, it will help put a foundation under Lauderdale, and make it a city.
Do you know how the Everglades have been carrying the Coast?
Do you know Broward's Everglades have paid in $700,000 or $800,000, most of which has
helped build the Coast, rather than the Everglades?
Do you know that, for 15 years, most of the 20,000 old Everglades buyers have been barred
out from their own properties. kept from voting, and taxed without representation?
Do you want to keep this up? Do you know that, badly as it hurts the Everglades buyers, it
hurts you still worse?
If you want to do justice to Evergladers and yourself at the same time, VOTE "Y E S" on
this referendum.
Some have said, "We won't vote any more money to the old Board."
But do you know that these men are all out?
Yo, ask, "Who will follow them?" I answer, "Let the Everglades owners name their own
board, by petition; and then let us all petition the Governor to appoint them. If, later, the Ever-
gladers want these men removed, let the Governor remove them." That's POPULAR GOVERN-
MENT, and it's the solution of this problem.
VOTE "YES." And then help the Evergladers get their own kind of a Board.

THOMAS E. WILL,
209 S. W.,Sixth Ave., City.

Wright Printery
W. Broward Blvd. at 12th Ave.








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omn got there in 1,i io Duties hsre holding me longer than had eecctsP4.e
As lI:Qoly to rIm hru r .PBeaOh Iondayr.Jdopendlng on *deoislon of anothero,who will
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h.ve a few minutes with you on our mnatterse
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Ac.i.lnc-d to knmv wkathetr I On got into andout of -town 7 ti-ies in a week--if atayin.-
there so 1.on'g--.--i ut ec:'.trins tron.port tion osits pproir-.ting room rent
in +n1n.

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hqre a fe? ninutz together.

.,ug ,Ast ,"-Ztir Hotel roiehe noar e.tr'nnoe,.A. .-o,'.d plaoo +to :R-',a I:? wo wore
delasaor on retnunsthat o ud bs a ideoent and re3"'actsb.e plaooe f7,r c you to.- it(irn lob.'y
w ll 2iht),rtding{ p..per,.1... we -pn. '-:r., ,It i.: -qni t the 1'."o.:',:1.b,
in -'in.- fiom hI ore +o Lake ooumryto uat west at'Lak ',orthpa n-l continue oevr
:'ate& w Ty3l2. I woiuld 6y to argue that by t+aidng 3elAvwidre nnd weo would not
lose rtth nileazein gol.ni va W*Paln Benael KavW never run over "is BolTvidr'
roar y'e.-i.Ybut think it i-savo quite a little.


ordially yours.


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VOTE "YES"

ON THE

Broward Drainage District Referendum

This referendum ought to carry, BIG. It's the ONE THING that will help the Back Country.
And the Back Country will then help the town.
Lauderdale needs the Glades worse than the Glades need Lauderdale. Lauderdale can't live
on tourists. SHE MUST PRODUCE.
That means her Everglades must be farmed. Then, as in Dade County, factories will follow.
These will bring pay-rolls, and a YEAR-ROUND. TOWN.
But the Everglades must have reclamation funds. Hence the Broward Drainage District must
sell its bonds.
But it must first have more people and more values in it. This the bond-buyers insist on.
This won't cost Lauderdale one cent. It.will cost Broward County one little inill on the dollar, about
$7,000 or $8,000 per year.
But the new taxes and new business this will bring will turn this'little outgo into a BIG INCOME.
Further, it will help put a foundation under Lauderdale, and make it a city.
Do you know how the Everglades have been carrying the 'Coast?
Do you know Broward's Everglades have paid in $700,000 or $800,000, most of whicdhias
helped build the Coast, rather than the Everglades?
Do you know that, for 15 years, most of the 20,000 old Everglades buyers have been barred
out from their own properties, kept from voting, and taxed without representation?
Do you want to keep this up? Do you know that, badly as it hurts the Everglades buyers, it
hurts you still worse?
If you want to do justice to Evergladers and yourself at the same time, VOTE "Y E S" on
this referendum.
Some have said, "We won't vote any more money to the old Board."
But do you know that these men are all out?
You ask, "Who will follow them?" I answer, "Let the Everglades owners name their own
board, by petition; and then let us all petition the Governor to appoint them. If, later, the Ever-
gladers want these men removed, let the Governor remove them." That's POPULAR GOVERN-
MENT, and it's the solution of this problem.
VOTE "YES." And then help the Evergladers get their own kind of a Board.
THOMAS E. WILL,
209 S. W. Sixth Ave., City.

Wright Printery
W. Broward Blvd. at 12th Ave.
















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ON THE

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Reerndu

Referendum


This referendum ought to carry, BIG. It's the ONE THING'that will help the Back Country.
And the Back Country will then help the town.
Lauderdale needs the Glades worse than the Glades need Lauderdale. Lauderdale can't live
on tourists. SHE MUST PRODUCE.
That means her Everglades must be farmed. Then, as in Dade County, factories will follow.
These will bring pay-rolls, and a YEAR-ROUND TOWN.
But the Everglades must have reclamation funds. Hence the Broward Drainage District must
sell its bonds.
But it must first have more people and more values in it. This the bond-buyers insist on.


Broward





GOV. DOYLE E. CARLTON. CHAIRMAN
TALLAHASSEE. FLA.

COMMISSIONERS
ERNEST AMOS
FRED H. DAVIS
NATHAN MAYO
W. V. KNOTT


OKEECHOBEE FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT
ADMINISTRATION OFFICE
A. W. YOUNG. EXECUTIVE SECRETARY

WEST PALM BEACH. FLA.

January 27, 1930


HOWARD W. SELBY, VICE CHAIRMAN
WEST PALM BEACH, FLA,

COMMISSIONERS
GLENN H. CURTISS
F. DEANE DUFF
RUSSELL G. SNOW
WM. GRIFFIS


Mr. Thos. E. 'Jill,
209 S W 6th,
Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

Dear Mr. iill:

As you requested over the phone a few days

ago, beg to advise that we are told that Mr. Reed of the

Flood Control Committee is going to have' a hearing at

Washington on February 5th. ;:;'. -

So far, this office has made no plans other

than to advise the engineers to have data ready, as it is

necessary to call a committee meeting before taking definite

action.

.'ith best wishes, I am

Very truly yours,


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February 15th, 1930


CONTRACT ACCOUNT


Mr. Thomas E. Will,
303 Evernia Street,
W. Palm Beach, Fla.

Dear Sir:

We have not, as yet, received payment to cover money order,
which we returned to you under date of January 16th, 1930.
We will thank you for a remittance to cover this returned
money order, as well as a substantial payment to apply on
the February installment. We are

Your very truly,
W. C. R COMPANY

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Potrerillos, Chile.
February 16, 1930.



Mr. Thomas E. Will,
209, S. N. 6th Ave.,
Fort Lauderdale, Fla.



Dear Mr. Will:

This is to acknowledge the receipt of your
letter of Jan. 18 and to thank y-u for writing to me. *I did
not think that you would go to the trouble of investigating
my property or I would have sent a description. I am enclosing
a legal description, with this letter, and should you care to
investigate it and give me your opinion I will be very thank-
ful and gladly pay any expenses incurred.

.'t -t I am most interested to learn is; what
the immediate pros .ects are of raising produce for the market
this year. I have been reading in the Y'ort Lauderdale Daily
News of the shipments of produce from Pompano, but never read
of anything from the Davie Section. Is it possible to raise
citrus treeson this tract without havingto install anca main-
tain a costly pumping system. A s investigation will show
this tract is situated on c 30 ft. canal on its total length,
and I believe that the altitute of the land in the.t section
is a little higher than most Everglade l:nd. I am wondering
if it was covered with water last fall. What do you think
the chances are of making money from this tract next year.

This section appeared to be well supplied with
canals and dykes, when I saw it last M--rch. If this is not
sufficient protection from high water, what further can be
done to prevent floods. What is contemplated by the Drainage
and Flood Control Boards to re claim this section, and make
it safe for farmers; if such a thing is net possible. This
land should never be sold as fa rm land if crops are washed
away every year, and it is not safe to live on. There is
something decidedly gotten in South Florida, for if it is
impossible to make these lands safe for farming, the project
should never have been undertaken, and shouldbe continued.'
If it is possible, the whole affair has been very badly managed.
Apparently a lot of money has been spent, and taxes are
certainly high enough for us to believe that our property
is of some value.

Naturally I am most interested in my own
property and am anxious to know if I can make a living from
it, or if I have bought a white elephpnt,,hut I would also
like to know, what is being done now for flood control in
that section, and what is contemplated.

I am interested in the South Florida
Development League, and shall be pleased to learn more about it.












Mr. Thomas E. Will, Contd.

I am enclosing a check for lO.oo, which I hope you will
use in payment for my membership in the league and also to
defray any personal expenses you may incur in visiting my
property or in obtaining information concerning it. I will
leave to your discretion how the check -should be divided.

I thank you again foryour letter, and I assure
you I will greatly* appreciate any information you can give me.
Hoping to be a member of your community in a year ob two,

Very truly yours,



Thomas F. Lyn









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extended westerly across said strip of land containing 45.75

acres of land.
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FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING
M. LEWIS HALL FORT LAUDERDALE, FLORIDA
GEORGEW ENGLSH February 20, 1930







Dr Wills,
Fort Lauderdale, Fla.



Dear Dr. Wills:

I am preparing for M.C. Kurfees, Jr., who is now

imprisoned at the County Prison of this County for charges of issuing

certain worthless checks, an application to the Board of Pardons of

the State of Florida, which meets at Tallahassee next month, for

commutation of the remainder of his sentence. This prisoner has

served more than six months in the prison and if he served the

entire term given him he would have about two more years to serve.

This prisoner gave me your name as one who might be willing

to write a letter to the Board of Pardons, setting out the fcats of

his case as you knew them and the characteristics of this boy as you

know him and recommend to the Board commutation of the remainder of

his sentence.

The application will have to be in Tallahassee by the llth of

March, so if you would be good enough to prepare such a letter in

behalf of this boy, addressed to the Board of Pardons and mail or

send same to me, I know that it would be very beneficial and in

great aid of the application and I know that this boy would greatly

appreciate your kindness in his behalf.

I trust that I may hear from you at an early date in regard to
this matter. Very truly yours,
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February 27th, 1930


CONTRACT ACCOUiT


Mr. Thomas E. Will,
303 Evernia Street,
Test Palm Beach, Florida

Dear Sir:

Kindly forward check
account.


in a substantial sum to apply on your


The records indicate that the last payment received was under
date of November 9th, 1929, and we, at this time, must insist
that we be favored payment to bring your delinquent account
into a more up-to-date condition.
Hoping to hear from you favorably by return mail, we are

Yours very truly,


CC. C.?ANY


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My dear .r*Eas+Eans--

My .,ifte' health still bars me from shm'yin away of nights.
I t*+,Fr+,od to WoPal3 Roach +,hA+, monday niornincibut, my onrp-nion,
with the carsh.d to go to ?imi to. .ot i 6ourt c6all'. T'i .t blooklad


If I knew how to reach you in Riviern by -hoinell'd be glad to call
youif .1 o1jinoed to run up to WV.P.Inoahion short notioe:sa I did boreo.

Enolosed is .Nj, latest. X ~t shows the op-:ortmii ties dangling boforo us.

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VOTE "YES"

ON THE

Broward Drainage. District Referendum


This referendum ought to carry, BIG. It's the ONE THING that will help the Back Country.
And the Back Country will then help the town.
Lauderdale needs the Glades worse than the Glades need Lauderdale.- Lauderdale can't live
on tourists. SHE MUST PRODUCE.-
That means her Everglades must be farmed. Then, as in Dade County, factories will follow.
These will bring pay-rolls, and a YEAR-ROUND TOWN.
But the Everglades must have reclamation funds. Hence the Broward Drainage District must
sell its bonds.
But it must first have more people and "more values in it. This the bond-buyers insist on.
This won't cost Lauderdale one cent. It will cost Broward County one little mill on the dollar, about
$7,000 or $8,000 per year.
But the new taxes and new business this will bring will turn this little outgo into a BIG INCOME.
Further, it will help i'ut a foundation under Lauderdale, and make it a city.
Do you know how the Everglades have been carrying the Coast?
Do you know Broward's Everglades have paid in $700,000 or $800,000, most of which has
helped build the Coast, rather than the Everglades?
Do you know that, for 15 years, most of the 20,000 old Everglades buyers have been barred
out from their own properties, kept from voting, and taxed without representation?
Do you want to keep this up? Do you know that, badly as it hurts the Everglades buyers, it
hurts you still worse?
If you want to do justice to Evergladers and yourself at the same time, VOTE "Y E S" on
this referendum.
Some have said, "We won't vote any more money to the old Board."
\ But do you know that these men are all out?
You ask, "Who will follow them?" I answer, "Let the Everglades owners name their own
board, by petition; and then let us all petition the Governor to appoint them. If, later, the Ever-
gladers want these men removed, let the Governor remove them." That's POPULAR GOVERN-
MENT, and it's the solution of this problem.
VOTE "YES." And then help the Evergladers get their own kind of a Board.

THOMAS E. WILL,
209 S. W. Sixth Ave., City.

Wright Printery
W. Broward Blvd. at 12th Ave.


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VOTE "YES"

ON THE

Broward Drainage District Referendum

This referendum ought to carry, BIG. It's the ONE THING that will help the Back Country.
And the Back Couitry will then help the town.
Lauderdale needs the Glades worse than the Glades need Lauderdale. Lauderdale can't live
on tourists. SHE MUST PRODUCE.
That means her Everglades must be farmed. Then, as in Dade County, factories will follow.
These will bring pay-rolls, and a YEAR-ROUND TOWN.
But the Everglades must have reclamation funds. Hence the Broward Drainage District must
sell its bonds.
But it must first have more people and more values in it. This the bond-buyers insist on.
This won't cost Lauderdale one cent. It will cost Broward County one little mill on the dollar, about
$7,000 or $8,000 per year. /
But the new taxes and new business this will bring will turn this little outgo into a BIG INCOME.
Further, it will help put a foundation under Lauderdale, and make it a city.
Do you know how the Everglades have been carrying the Coast?
Do you know Broward'g Everglades have paid in $700,000 or $800,000, most of which has
helped build the Coast, rather than the Everglades?
Do you know that, for 15 years, most of the 20,000 old Everglades buyers have been barred
out from their own properties, kept from voting, and taxed without representation?
Do you want to keep this up? Do you know that, badly as it hurts the Everglades buyers, it
hurts you still worse?
If you want to do justice to Evergladers and yourself at the same time, VOTE "Y E S" on
this referendum.
Some have said, "We won't vote any more money to the old Board."
But do you know that these men are all out?
Youask, "Who will follow them?" I answer, "Let the Everglades owners name their own
board, by petition; and then let us all petition the Governor to appoint them. If, later, the Ever-
gladers want these men removed, let the Governor remove them." That's POPULAR GOVERN-
MENT, and it's the solution of this problem.
VOTE 'YES." And then help the Evergladers get their own kind of a Board.
THOMAS E. WILL,
209 S. W. Sixth Ave., City.

Wright Printery
W. Broward Blvd. at 12th Ave.


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F.eb. 30,1930,

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i',.. m. iicate -uch as are not al24owed anyone else. ;hall be gl.-tad to have you cul-
tir *ay 1v.\ huis allo-;ed.
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the gasoline taxes' i out of- the cm-'-rt1. That vill. enable the Gomiissioners to use the
gas tax -'L'L. on o the rLoad ht s hi re t h 0 c the .gii.i --. Courts
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he n. ,. 1..1 lav
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Sial .n. t.rou, n .. .:od ino to s0 there n+ +'.'- '.-o" !o- I'tOg4.lyhich
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.:.'. Inz. I told hi a lot of .h...-"',t things he did" not Imo- ,-' he wants to knowT more*

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th; -1 .,* Th0en a lot of '->:.,; ,.. olo who ,cu:.- t.o 'be h lrin-, uis are too b---.y building

she.- thsoe 'i. 1'-, ul?,,

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in th fT'WR,.' thoe most, .:-I:;"A.'.An place,

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understand v +hat is .rai, ,i.a ','v Kr v.I':hen t.der-
v.: fl) ttteywhat to do about iA. So loni as we
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VOTE "YES"

ON THE

Broward Drainage District Referendum

This referendum ought to carry, BIG. It's the ONE THING that will help the Back Country.
And the Back Country will then help the town.
Lauderdale needs the Glades worse than the Glades need Lauderdale. Lauderdale can't live
on tourists. SHE MUST PRODUCE.
That means her Everglades must be farmed. Then, as in Dade County, factories will follow.
These will bring pay-rolls, and a YEAR-ROUND TOWN.
But the Everglades must have reclamation funds. Hence the Broward Drainage District must
sell its bonds.
But it mu't first have more people and more values in it. This the bond-buyers insist on.
This won't cost Lauderdale one cent. It will cost Broward County one little mill on the dollar, about
$7,000 or $8,000 per year.
But the new taxes and new business this will bring will turn this little outgo into a BIG INCOME.
Further, it will help put a foundation under Lauderdale, and make it a city.
SDo'you know how the Everglades have been carrying the Coast?
Do you know BrQward's Everglades have paid in $700,000 or $800,000, most of which has
helped build the Coast, rather than the Everglades?
Do you know that, for 15 years, most of the 20,000 old Everglades buyers have been barred
out from their own properties. kept from voting, and taxed without representation?
Do you want to keep this up? Do you know that, badly as it hurts the Everglades buyers, it
hurts you still worse?
If you want to do justice to Evergladers and yourself at the same time, VOTE "Y E S" on
this referendum.
Some have said, "We won't vote any more money to the old Board."
But do you know that these men are all out?
You ask, "Who will follow them?" I answer, "Let the Everglades owners name their own
board, by petition; and then let us all petition the Governor to appoint them. If, later, the Ever-
gladers want these men removed, let the Governor remove theni" That's POPULAR GOVERN-
MENT, and it's the solution of this problem.
VOTE "YES." And then help the Evergladers get their own kind of a Board.
THOMAS E. WILL,
209 S. W. Sixth Ave., City.

Wright Printery
W. Broward Blvd. at 12th Ave.


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Cu -.. .... o ,. ; : ..i e:* ;. "e. :.-
:' ... f'Var .-... .er..^ ". i {i 30dfo so l.. tha .. 1 e..iare ".'; about all
9r j : ;.-i 'S .": h:.t ." L '.,
.: U en ::- evr. : t o -. .- selling ".--.-- L:' la "d"o ... .n -.,i
aboi th" ir .le "' ..-, '- .. .... a o .e : ._ .*. .* :s*, L.' n ot -'a. T ,
,.._* .. t is < i. --. ,-'; nors 1 .. *. j'lau in -,."i.andma..et ? be
l ;. a'd o r d.p .. .':: ...-..--.-. .


f1 .
L. 1 .
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a-. ,,,"r a --,," fo ,,.* masel the bond .. -ood. It' s
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Y:' we *. our : li .. u:: Ad fopr "- ,.' ,hen theo IT .I "'7.0 2'- .. L il
7 ..', une :! cQhan e f.2* m .'-: r14I,.' .1-.-1 '. r -' O ;T *w ro S. i .. :**. -i.; -_yst:. .
i act is o in *he 'n.at '. .-I.1- .'-'~,_- ah-, '. see Whast the o".i: .: a y
abou :., .
.-' a .:, of good rhing:- &_th- airt '-.6 enab o tao kee i.:v ,o:.'*:'- ..t..-it l
the n w hoave gone Thvi.-'.-o'enotyt.*-. ., *. -:.-j ill show so:. C-? t:L...,(-c.
"-:-: '.*. : ,7e 'h .Id tu? *-(. n nhore has .'- ." .- -hose ear.:--u. do:.'
cv... r.. byb .: :.' "t that ths .jtW, r. --,d. havoe n ,b,,.':-, on from 'o.Fl ,,.~-.y ..". -c..c,tho
8we hweno+, a **" to s ay i .h.i they :-hl 1. bo The -, -,.ihl-i 2 risor-'." amre 4',' -.-.
+h l.. .t 'Tar; .'c "-. **'.-,--. 2 was a ':. t.' .. .'. about 400 n _sor: c: ;v pe U ii n:,- ,..,
strong %'.-i; -.L.: .. ,. n'.-~ ....ws neUrer e!.d of?, .o,.t aen 'tc.L. who tlouw .-bouti r.s
:jc .'..t +'the j 01 you 'I. I m l>'t the h'1.orlyphi .n on *the y, rrld.0i of J'r'I.....~i: -
ticssure and Airml(,*


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VOTE "YES"

'ON, THE

Broward Drainage District Referendum

This referendum ought to carry, BIG. It's the ONE THING that will help the Back Country.
And the Back Country will then help the town.
Lauderdale needs the Glades worse than the Glaaes need Lauderdale. Lauderdale can't live
on tourists. SHE MUST PRODUCE.
That means her Everglades must be farmed. Then, as in Dade County, factories will follow;
These will bring pay-rolls, and a'YEAR-ROUND TOWN.
But the Everglades must have reclamation funds. Hence the Broward Drainage District must
sell its bonds.
But it must first have more people and more values in. it. This the bond-buyers insist on.
This won't cost Lauderdale one cent. It will cost Broward County one little mill on the dollar, about
$7,000 or $8,000 per year.
But the new taxes and new business this will bring will turn this little outgo into a BIG INCOME.
Further, it will help put a foundation under Lauderdale, and make it a city.
Do you know how the Everglades have been carrying the Coast?
Do you know Broward's Everglades have paid in $700,000 or $800,000, most- of which has
helped build the Coast, rather than the Everglades? *
Do you know that, for'15 years, most of the 20,000 old Everglades buyers have been barred
out from their own properties. kept from voting, and taxed without representation?
Do you want to keep this up? Do you know that, badly as it hurts the/Everglades buyers, it
hurts ypu still worse? .
If you want to do justice to Evergladers and yourself at the same time, VOTE "Y E S" on,
this referendum.
Some have said, "We won't vote any more money to the old Board."
But do you know that these men are all out?
-You ask, "Who will follow them?" I answer, "'Let the Everglades owners name their own -
board, by petition; and then -let us all petition the Governor to appoint them. If, later, the Ever-
gladers want these men removed, let the Governor remove them." That's POPULAR GOVERN-
MENT, and it's the solution of this problem.
VOTE "YES." And then help the Evergladers get their own kind of a Board.

THOMAS E. WILL,
209 S. W. Sixth Ave., City.

Wright Printery
W. Broward Blvd. at 12th Ave.


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An to o6ne,+,h,, Augr- ppl. do not seeom disposed to ooonerate w'ith-' elooal ppl. I have tried
them out on that a good deallbut with no results. I think our ohance is to grow oornges-
11ec'ly nowi. I'd hate had a big trnot in before tlis,but for Inll of ncpital" Banks fto
us .- t non-ex!stent Loca" nonoydit+.o- Govt'on.. just, about as-bd. True you.rsad of a
fund ? 4,00Oo000 that rqildd sein to fit usfbut It never touohoe most of-us. eed,feed
a._.nd fertilizer" are what you trust spend it on--a nis-fit for us. Thon yo musat have boen
hit br +,ha right' :-itom, 'r irou ire o+t, ngaine Ponl teohtioalJties like,: that spoil it.
It fit. Cveo 9,ut ndo Twin, of us S workearl desper.ntly a yevr agosor more Lo get the
SJn.I.ng3.nd,l+, an vi tn.
;Ihf..:'0king in put+ting inL a eaorn n'rlcet at Pahoken. I ;irote hin last night 6 find if
he ie af ny 'ir whay reby a man could get the funds with rrhich to grow oo';ttollinhi of
lonhe i;t..erc-i ,,a;n l-enin.r oorn fold-ietc ..
Corn hasn't, th. big -inblers' profit that s WA2 n:-? hwvo. BiT, it costs littlee to
pl-.: i. idYsaisO uld lo'.'':,,-ttdr to Mie than ,-jiything3 in rightif only I oai got .one money to
gir^7t 'rwith. /.
i .ro.' -ane iaI T ti, ig oU'.'fIio& i-n !Sj.aini iBeah-.-r. irroll offioe,ond good opening.*
?ti, o, o.0 !y a ^beaiNtflu hom in Coral bibl.. T. wrencni qf 3V-?the:?' 1 al) vi itecd t oi
XE-..- "ynnli 1:d a fine timn toguthe' e

I oertAn?. hope vou can take such arn of yoluraolf as to get rid of that diabotis. I
wish we ouul % St-', S i regi-on ',to cut out its nonsen. long enough +.o help. r'aktr it hal-
.itab-.l' f' a lt of people ..'Ai nant to -cooe here tc li7ve, tnua'l C'thr' livings. This "*Play-
G:'ou-,r -.nl", rot ir ,tt t+,iiebton of a lot of'ouw troubles. So lonr. as they can coat in
enrn,'. rich 'norl, in .tw.n.gan. outge enough nonr out of them,nnt--bly by pl'.-'y7r; up tjhi
vic;i-to get -+,i .ll A. ..h..tethe, think;` i.Yg 'ho faartmn,, p-ro llonll' th -tl. This
i s good en' "r n. I' *-.i. b.:dr does 't like it,the tP dc trin are run i.g all the tiinme
S Th'-.,'J h'r Up-_t.to crowd who do 1do-+, vant, the Glladnz e-oplodle-t :TO out-vote them,;ro at'
'*the ryst of o.PFl'.'s evils.
I nke,' Assesnor Jan. ".OwenI,P'I" e-i-! Co*,r fii-ins out of As-'tbl a'.: I i indict -ed
th.., o-Vflr i-r t fill out J-.ro ,t an y ho li el..s I hn1-. 1 '-...in 3-- ig&a..:
any -, +..hln4 : hr '-'j the law largely a deadO ltt:-'..,-,vo f- jetting in a .tat0-int,
si'-te4 ,r th0,r o'n-r. Venr ImIch proper+tr s..in:- on tt.i' books, 8 H n 0 3 Colbirni
ano :,n? this. T.*.! -11 on -, h Brow! 3~," o* ses orptho-,bofore ailingn g to .Twensand get
hin -,:,' ions. e Owen suigetel owner night follow last na nt.'igiu'.i, he liked.
I -m.:t,- lr ...Th ~vn*md Ir-i.+,tohen could vinst uLa n o' of+on!,"u'. T7 i:,rlrrsmi' how :' is.
Ti T di_-jo:'i4,I a 1:.% oJf fh to r0,1on.ilo-e this nrL-nifioCnt elir::;-to th.-mselves,
or "'rr.-i+ mnanl~be.1 by a few rioh ivi si, rn-vhon nill.ionos eght bo living, ho:- a,',ir.l pros -
perin; hi T lon(,In.i'.- thai' livesnloken it night hot. This wiholo ::itu:tion desper-toy
orr.?: i n oi.n upat; ,f / fr t.hon to pluck/ "
S soge ,.l, n,,---,-to:ia i"nvnt,- tion. T'd rI1 ot no-'d unt up a lot ofhidden faoos.

N" regprds to -cohto o '
yr .h,J?.t. 1 r o' t,'' ,Ll.--4dh1 o-7 :b"Tr-ottor'. I never kne 17hin.
A .r.--chil.d of jet-Aes-Ai-, "-'s drnrghtor.-mirr'ied a fanons aeronautFrod-lie Lundland
thev awre here wit+, tho Ourt is. -triht+, Aeropl.anp l.- Thy, will visit ui at L- afrnoon, .
I Md a li+t Th viait with +thon in *iirIr4' ylU?',
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t... dewr ,ir'.-

Tr.J11T;.":*n N- 0of this cityphvsa) she ne cor:e n --n. and liieratre re wour


Jor)I toonfi^ ^iiu:,. have funchtJT to aid in iaking the Jor'. 1 dea a ---- :-
Pl .int ... *' "... .. .5'v-*': I e+o1, io neods ac:iio', 'thern do.

Of then.'.Cn.l R n -'. : -*. Tn is one of the reoat *'r. *',tve. ':'.; beO-rs ob.
RtIIot-ed, and I 1.n in almost -t possible wl r rleadirs h-ive be'n me,
ih io rto.? cr pa *'y : i w n mr not nai inbu anage

are nuna h're theini nwiE.rV.- d*vio' there is no fu ture :rm 1 vast and priceless
7". tt e-a i l

PoAi plan wou3d fit o ned-as nthin 1 wol it sould nO ae- onpa-.,



'ihe 4 d- hb (Glades will i.-. r b:',lo i'<.mini. ",>. in pou'ini- at
nlow U V nore ?ill bn I .-1: able,-then 031.:-' **-'-.*'. *.* *-: tion "and. f -.:--i








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VOTE "YES"

ON THE

Broward Drainage District Referendum


This referendum ought to carry, BIG. It's the ONE THING that will help'the Back Country.
And the Back Country will then help the town.
Lauderdale needs the Glades worse than the Glades need Lauderdale. Lauderdale can't live
on tourists. SHE MUST PRODUCE.
That means her Everglades must be farmed. Then, as in Dade County, factories will follow.
These will bring pay-rolls, and a YEAR-ROUND TOWN.
But the Everglades must have reclamation funds. Hence the Broward Drainage District must
sell its bonds.
But it must first have more people and more values in it.' This the bond-buyers insist on.
This won't cost Lauderdale one cent. It will cost Broward County one little mill on the dollar, about
$7,000 or $8,000 per year.
But the new taxes and new business this will bring will turn this little outgo into a BIG INCOME.
Further, it will help put a foundation under Lauderdale, and make it a city.
Do you know how the Everglades have been carrying the Coast?
Do you know Broward's Everglades have paid in $700,000 or $800,000, most of which has
helped build the Coast, rather than the Everglades?
Do you know that, for 15 years, most of the 20,000 old Everglades buyers have been barred
out from their own properties, kept from voting, and taxed without representation?
Do you want to keep this up? Do you know that, badly as it hurts the Everglades buyers, it
hurts you still worse?
If you want to do justice to Evergladers and yourself at the same time, VOTE "Y E S" on
this referendum.
Some have said, "We won't vote any more money to the old Board."
But do you know that these men are all out?
You ask, "Who will follow them?" I answer, "Let the Everglades owners name their own
board, by petition; and then let us all petition the Governor to appoint them. If, later, the Ever-
gladers want these men removed, let the Governor remove them." That's POPULAR GOVERN-
MENT, and it's the solution of this problem.
VOTE "YES." And then help the Evergladers get their own kind of a Board.
THOMAS E. WILL,
209 S. W. Sixth Ave., City.

Wright Printery
W. Broward Blvd. at 12th Ave.















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"-h h. c 1vion racing ,...0 t."; ,i: o, oraI write to
";". ;- hT w-" hv.ro in the. '-*- "" .i....'-1 -..ar m"a "-.'- "-.R.,
.. : i.. -- o in .., .. ....',;..-..an. A planter e'h ...-. .. a '. :*^- .... tor
-- f rwa ?.t. On. ti ia dosirad* 7e have exteimporiLed

ing r1! a '*' :::I*

1' *sroil is full of' -':-....' ,u,:t :.~I :1- : 'Telnes. '""tiGe:; cou.. lheP
S-.-V eaci- .i r :nr eq uivilent devic ..: cloar:.. t1e


I n ni ? ou* ... L::*inc ie requiree .id iJ.n t,,3 *';* e. -
Sn neededO 0 PA 2.
f .,T .-Cn *' *a:.:- f r -u.:;.'--." ;.-.'p.dto 'bUi e inve-: ...r-.edy epid nif ".z. builder

'l .' o j .d..r .

I *h1. .. fi.,r :' ...- 'at.r.bul to 3epin PFi-,;. :..-'.

'. *-- ca',l.- -: on !#* *' 0h.'. : t+Ehe live h e i .-h co ,Ui is lr-it-t-" ;'?nei l,
a; ,., b.: ":" in ..

-.... ... ,1. ',L eava our ,:co, O lMo wcu, 1u!-" or
se I n t'o W'.1o bel+ is ilot+, it. o our uses. I *believe a h'-orow
c;....' ;:: O de vi.e-1 as to reandar service. a'o 0 '... re u-
r T -,- .'. ,-,e

,-A ,, .. h -rr if th -.. ".--'-tr+n avoid C;.. .. *.) :"a)o2
ta' 5 t :" e .- : *; :; i o Y .ih .:* o.. fo' ,*-... .03n
3'o"""y1i(:i her 3C':t-n be *no+t pulled ol"srts
'-... d'. ne *3T+t/,xi :.'. id; -T I.rZ- in:i cenT ".-. -i'' ,;( ;.0--':'; .t e corS' S'oi^3.
sC.o ^'l.''-be 1 *low* the -:i does not nVcad .,u l-ivr i.;'b .. the -.:-.d

C *'. i: nro b : rz od 5.n the GL:.<.o u .. ... .' ;.
+-- *' 0 14 haa i ftuii'e +hore as great as t+,hra 't on.Rs Gi
r .. i* h. the .d *;.. ".: *. ".... nCvl;-ed ?o me v ii- -

, li l. '-. .- ri .r .- *no iUrt,a. .*'i- n.--c. .-ti i ...d not Qxist,
: .r-x- ca no: need in -iving -ilours attention tio jae:; -7 .-i1
o'ec-t arpe btu l'."U not


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VOTE "YES"

ON THE

Broward Drainage District Referendum

This referendum ought to carry, BIG. It's the ONE THING that will help the Back Country.
Aid the Back Country will then help the town.
Lauderdale needs the Glades worse than the Glades need Lauderdale. Lauderdale can't live
on tourists: SHE MUST PRODUCE. .
That means her Everglades must be farmed. Then, as in Dade County, factories will follow.
These will bring pay-rolls, and a YEAR-ROUND TOWN./
But the Everglades must have reclamation funds. Hence the Broward Drainage District must
sell its bonds.
But it must first have more people and more values in it. This the bond-buyers insist on.
This won't cost Lauderdale one cent. It will cost Broward County one little mill on the dollar, about
$7,000 or $8,000 per year.
But the new taxes and new business this will bring will turn this little outgo into a BIG INCOME.
Further, it will help put a foundation under Lauderdale, and make it a city.
'Do you know how the Everglades have been carrying the Coast?
-Do you know Broward's Everglades have paid in $700,000 or $800,000, most of which has
helped build the Coast, rather than the Everglades?
Do you know that, for 15 years, most of the 20,000 old Everglades buyers have been barred
out from their own properties, kept from voting, and taxed without representation?
Do you want to keep this up? Do you know that, badly as it hurts the Everglades buyers, it
hurts you still worse?
If you want to do justice to Evergladers and yourself at the same time, VOTE "Y E S" on
this referendum.
Some have said, "We won't vote any more money to the old Board."
But do you know that these men are all out?
You ask, "Who will follow them?" I answer, "Let the Everglades owners name their own
board, by petition; and then let us all petition the Governor to appoint them. If, later, the Ever-
gladers want these men reinoved, let the Governor remove them." That's POPULAR GOVERN-
MENT, and it's the solution of this problem.
VOTE "YES." And then help the Evergladers get their own kind of a Board.

THOMAS E. WILL.
209 S. W. Sixth Ave., City.

Wright Printery
W. Broward Blvd. at 12th Ave.


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ornad a? IPrM -nnW.ftnto at rlaorida.



.'y attMtmon hiv b baim oa.d to the emr ofTa' %Oxrfoe =Jl.now sicned in
the rri-n a? RrJwtwr Omuagstq.9fe l a le was oaraioted d isi ct i uorizg uec worthless
cheecis. '%r ra, has barn -r=nMPWbJd Sr enOrt %+ bring, abt +the ou rtt Aion
at vIE lwv drundor cr hi anauttcone.
XI ran i.rdrMd Via. 1ertemn ha :i.ow boon in ri"bcn nat t --t nt'rmat. still beag
too o :re yW1n t arra. flno.,t!W, hq prcrT--nen hiltaiTf alm3Od hih fredo--, 'n- ill
1 u'o it fi araminc flfly on' 1-aytin oef tho victim: of hIbd:. nioe rsatn
I rf.. -t*rf tha I ?Srnt :rut tdhs ymrzn inn Sn m-otian.h nort, 3x rolil..
lonI .1oVrloon 7i% whr.lh I a: z..-1 ttfrvj in +t.l -- e ,jn.l I rroT-, ht,1bi t2l4'
ar> >Jr1, !herrnwoaJ.: tram. ;Atwordwhon ho was 'txn afrred to the rord c-r
I vfl >JS1 Ceon.t01ZO.3y cztnclc.d
/I tWh t1 oviricsea 4s Srpnrrena::ed br ymuin !urfnrsr e'rni intio remt Ti tVhe
oenaoenrsl on In ,olicw pr l td iapi-tta S.r hone hose not, S90cardO to
'strm (rsW the t Pr1lt7 l aR a min h-ni ii Kidone won.3 bhrnapt t ovell
eO&M taxrsavl r ito idil wmanclr o r attd on to reliotdw asn3 S.hcal lit5 zro-uo.
INe + W rd-ith hinfl frt-n2d to detoa in Is, words or nuer mnas aum&eation
o l i.k rtarnos +i Ls4\rttr p.. O fm3 r a in *tr'ns. ner ed tl 'e +to ;w'o1 't1 .v doter-
rdA- fc.S +o AtornE f.- Imis tmrao nota3et took upm +twhe rva, iht tra..- eldorohehith-
relogst :46lnf La hztt tA+1,werflaed.-nnadatht thfee
sthimLe jan wn 'wae l twht h1 nr4cs rto ren? T:ori Tia M it rural friae's
s 9-xat- tbhat he in .fllirgx to UclrieAf 1ite t .o 'I.. ry i' &'s.er r.- i
MaR=the ".1y oipne the rut'-?S.,r.en 'wrrhisleso ndn 4titel9 to vas. ohono tflo
ho 2.o?( tknra rne. b. th' JXL wbrrjen sot ire ct'* ?lTy ent.L.l md to iat*I. lo
&i- rf'- eernl i nerrai hva- cntRs? pm'1 e diy re e n CItl fl 0 it, U1t I7e LC asXw
told 1- .urm g to .on -pr ra re woapl i,;n theo it; a flfty &3.lrtas rp r nruitI
In h'soar? ir2u Z c' raipeph! .1Cis93n -0 noriv a-n a'ash m eaosae as i'bor g-e-w'd
.Ive ;tho Si&- a? u iot,.aotnadd in r'toritrLnti t$Luth +, !2 3;:~r. :Y.o; 9 in

h-?7rus;- thes3 meRostrxeiG7 'sy- boMnf^SaI thuca nsel.v* to r-o cn*tJu.. mt.a

1 n r in + r ti131a Q.-i i fe* s


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VOTE "YES"

ON-THE

Broward' Drainage District Referendum

This referendum ought to carry, BIG. It's the ONE THING that will help the Back -Country.
And the Back Country will then help the town.
Lauderdale needs the Glades worse than the Glades need Lauderdale. Lauderdale can't live
on tourists. SHE MUST PRODUCE.
That means her Everglades must be farmed. Then, as in Dade County, factories will follow.
These will bring pay-rolls, and a YEAR-ROUND TOWN.
But.the Everglades must have reclamation funds. Hence the Broward Drainage District must
sell its bonds.
But it-must first have more people and more values in it. This the bond-buyers insist on.
This won't cost Lauderdale one cent. It will cost Broward County one little mill on the dollar, about
$7,000-or $8,000 per year.
But the new taxes and new business this will bring will turn this little outgo into a BIG INCOME.
Further, it will help, put a foundation under Lauderdale, and make it a city.
Do you know how the Everglades have been carrying the Coast?
Do you know Broward's Everglades have paid in $700,000 or $800,000, most of which has
helped build the Coast, rather than the Everglades?
Do you know that, for 15 years, most of the 20,000 old Everglades buyers have been barred
out from their own properties. kept from voting, and taxed without representation?
Do you want to keep this up? Do you know that, badly as it hurts the Everglades buyers, it
hurts you still worse?
If you want to do justice to Evergladers and yourself at the same time, VOTE "Y E S" on
this referendum.
Some have said, "We won't vote any more money to the old Board."
But do you know that these men are all out?
You ask, "Who will follow them?" I answer, "Let the Everglades owners name their own
board, by petition; and then let us all petition the Governor to appoint them. If, later, the Ever-
gladers want these men removed, let the Governor remove them." That's POPULAR GOVERN-
MENT, and it's the solution of this problem.
VOTE "YES." And then help the Evergladers get their own kind of a Board.

THOMAS E. WILL,
209 S. W. Sixth Ave., City.

Wright Printery
W. Broward Blvd. at 12th Ave.




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209 2Se.'thAvo,,
+, 3L'.I'aiuerler3.e Ple,.
Sa: -h .1iqo. /
l&'r.f o.F.Benaol.
'.*T-.li 3ea-i ch,Pla.

:&y dear 1 TBian.iclt --
ThlP?':=st:r, Heead is Pnrtr;- fto Uqno hIndin his is'nrt for _2B-38o; 3sts
w~.,t. i. ., in'a In lCt of work an while. in W.Paa Beaoh.:oginjinr Novw18th.

I feol u-tim L !c'ly drawn +o t he *Towng of 0.0 f ntb' .
ebri.ngs "t.t+,n in a corn m akeo at r-ihoknr-O

'n:. Conm folder was It: t 11t, in T!, -, a son Lawonoo1 and I. plintAl
40 -'ore of corn;'ap-l.ua lao, of other t'hi n::; whioh rr~,e all c -r.n ,.Ion fr-i::.'l.
when +,'- Lake was- tOrnd in on uIl:-U? it, 'n-,-'." ouir :a i-: ino lak .
( -, ko .'ii.e-ad canal^thom a bi- rjin went ll over t- land,)

Lasf:t i;1- r'riTerin his a ln '}K Those Toriot,s fildrippefetrr'ed.. to thar.t
ncZ:'/.'-na-iyy an the Mui whlo wiJil In lrd -olur ftore,-:.'. TR .ITD. brino
you l,'ro.9i""iL--"., r." you o g~iw h'in a ofi oe .o- 0'o 0 11 hin. loud and lo-ngI "

SAll that tMruclk nii wer fo*ibl-* "i:t;,n -v'iV~.: on the Coast is b."-c':i"
a,5 n 4t, ?17 thetouri't yrnt an loa' Mt ?o th ; n r r :. fiL'.ri the GOorn .ctl-,
wy C~.&ult' nt Pa f,"' +,hese,_Lniterbh iITnrEI .t d in p-.tin,; un a litf1lo roney
"' help un s.Gr t;n',i" .- -

I a i:. 1 +, q In n on -.' : f +,: 4'l. If nch en ill J. 'l-.i' the un-id :,
I will e +. th-- v.:..+h., lae ia ronr? -' i'. l.tir on h- ;.;t;., nay
be ag mind rponi ,s "- "h not.i
-.'rI: e a whool hr in .o Ci Oh~'ibero 'our r'-.r ib 7,.i; n I of the Al .
ricultural (ond*:,,o. "*'T!- "T"?-n- i your !rin;?s?s'- 2(d W::i;.:A( ;. asso;n te.
7.r,"h'i5ns : gladllr cooc uptwn1. talJf it over with cm-T th--a bintr st*ed.
ini* T- .ner. b. .. ""
SIn f..''ve ,:t wrtTn I** i...n-..l, dn,,,-. o rt-~nm old f:'iend :l i".-" ne,
and It IE aor'n expert of +,7,.s r~-!ion,+,af help .- i-?t. :- m' r mi uh ro- .b.'.
fin ncierTs a w : *. -- ?'. +to I' ..:n to to 7.h'a v.- ';' ... ,h V he, :. .IF see
SThre r;'romir-e i 1i, #a.+, olose rn-.ngo* Xm sure he .il1 ;e g. .( to do so.

.?ol0 "rj. + 7a ,7. -1+i' .3l7s' s .f;y a-t ';'.R P !. '* i ~hl.a'" -. ..l ,I %fii4 I was'on 1te
aoint of l..osin-g.i, "-en: bercmise t ny f',-u.oe.. 1on.. ."'h h fi *ailed hcr* "elwta.
hav ei'le-n herBe os+- of ? i.rve Sinep i bt i .1 ricr.iuld imn up for a d, lay r .'.opi'
the n *tlo.-: aneaeid rond d.

'1ile +t~hoe,Ir T inesTEi. isatl.ca wp~fllyIn the Okel ol ,;- Di riea,+,.t the 7'P-.::.
Be osh kc ptRdl4ll-9. "-mr mn',lnfh. vbio: thind.n 'L, :ighT b' : :I. I ;.., akc a
go of much 3a .wnlk as m- R fTe t+,a, i abo' -e I thin': r.l ook :- .r; j:i, n:I .-n ,- J1 to get
at at.in" .'vr- never ml--rendr-ed&iL.ugd don't wantS.Bill. 2 to resultt in sn'&cebody
graWh.ng offP eversi+.hing Ivegot fin +.he wor'.'.'r, rl-i',,n*, '-h- cnd14 fllde; Prien9d'
. in Jn.i. 'ch wrt.. *'n fh~. t.ndoTnoe AB-' ;",ITVlOJ OIa '.. i' niIti :l :- up there
in' sit o all thf hsadionps an-Tobsru~ction: t/' ', hor hben thrown in ouur-a y.
I 'm m ue yo will be g.aid,s alwa,sto help in a nettre: lik.r thia if. you ca
see mny ligh+,t .h-.ad.
`4mnco3ClTr -nurs, )


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VOTE "YES"

ON THE

Broward Drainage District Referendum

This referendum oughtto carry, BIG.. It's the ONE THING that will help the Back Country.
And the Back Country will then help the town. '
Lauderdale needs the Glades worse than the Glades need Lauderdale. Lauderdale can't live
"on tourists. SHE MUST PRODUCE.
That means'her Everglades must be farmed. Then, as in Dade County, factories will follow.
These will bring pay-rolls, and a YEAR-ROUND TOWN.
But the Everglades must have reclamation funds. Hence the Broward Drainage District must
sell its bonds.
But it must first have more people and more values in it. This the bond-buyers insist on.
This won't cost Lauderdale one cent. It will cost Broward County one little mill on the dollar, about
$7,000 or $8,000 per year.
But the new taxes and new business this will bring will turn this little outgo into a BIG INCOME.
Further, it will help put a foundation under Lauderdale, and make it a city.
Do you know how the Everglades have been carrying the Coast?
Do you know Broward's Everglades have paid in $700,000, or $800,000, most of which has
helped build the Coast, rather than the Everglades?
Do you know that, for 15 years, most of the 20,000 old Everglades buyers have been barred
out from their owni properties, kept from voting, and taxed without representation?
Do you want to keep this up? Do you know that, badly as it hurts the Everglades buyers, it
hurts you still worse?
SIf you want to do justice to Evergladers and yourself 4t thesame time, VOTE "YE S" on
this referendum.
Some have said, "We won't vote any more money to the old Board."
But do you know that these men are all out?
You ask, "Who will follow them?" -I answer, "Let the Everglades owners name their own
board, by petition; and then let us all petition the Governor to appoint them. If, later, the Ever-
gladers want these men removed, let the Governor remove them." That's POPULAR GOVERN-
MENT, and it's the solution of this problem.
VOTE "YES." And then help the Evergladers get their own kind of a Board.
THOMAS E. WILL,
209 S. W. Sixth Ave., City.

Wright Printery
W. Broward Blvd. at 12th Ave.


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PtLaudordale ,la.s
;'arch P,"'930,


'A'. .'.", 'atora
OurtiSs-tri3ght Aornplnfce (oa,
Everpg'laden IHotel,


7My deQar "we ator-.:-

The State Eveorglirs; bnards ne(.next i'u3ddy--rch iat ':oochob-o City*
'-dhis Yr0l7 be their firat nsatinr since o h id our h lk:; on -the FIR queAlinn.
I an -ondor: g whether it+, r-uld n A, he vriso policy for you to be thore-an1
ge hor'inr on qrol nIJ+'tr.

S.in invitc-d to i,,:r!, the neningcesl la, s1 o natt ..r.- u.,-.f C:. :- ai or- '-'.,
I hwjw. boen wo'i]dnge you. ;jo'o o? .;y 1. ..i;g a P1. over the 'ilJ."os ruit+'-y:U,
o0r .n-n of wanur' nEin. I has oocuft>e'd to o +,hi.d "-.?, he an om ortnr/ tmin
to d 4 .-;verbl things all,.a onc e.

You could ut -t+, h.,+, Fire Filt of ine in wit' yMWI lug-ag-I. 7f delirc.1,, cc:.i'!
b.ho- *t, Rip', +.: core'spo.: f.n I ain 11. ',71th .ho ," .7o'o.cst "o:vic. an
thi varN subject t -, Iif .n.r:'ita,.culid .vc tht..n O a .oar di5.t-fro ;-thc-s.oul.-
der :.':+, o2n ,h ?hi re .ic.-tion. yot kLow I be.3.te in tn.", '.,_ -a .l :.I .. .a.
fe.1 :&e to 3ly1 S0

:e i-. o-e f7, our wor-st fir0 -o .iau..1.iin t. u.n.- ...- ^
.1Z y LM ,._r"un-:9n) %n+, !I -
soon 3 .n ~h.ri ,AoJ,'.4ng ra%.ty. In F-' -t,we }havfeoen verr for+unnr.4,.a r0+. to b n.- l-'.
Sa lot 'f b.14ei firen -ilrand-*

Ore .iusa fire .oaa-on as e had two ,years no -..e _._:.. b i.. 3nil to
mOrC. :..- *.., fw ,-ur 1 itrol ?Cor :' biouJ:1.1L :2r.aU p.hfli)0 n 0 e Io-
struetion is no Joernor its thoburninr up of one-fo+rth of r' ho!1rn c' ladr
coln.tr7 '3'12t .ioriW2*.'i fl tifle

Shonu-.I ti?".- seon feQasib"To o y.-aplePT so let e lama n', in goC tiao'th', : n-.y
not mn ce other 4 rurai8r1nt. +A

'edl ~'Aiund ai .ifea were wi1' is ,ae.,.:;':,.. I o30e their pictures in the"
Sinrt r el, yours,


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VOTE "YES"

ON THE

Broward Drainage District Referendum

This referendum ought to carry, BIG. It's the ONE THING that will help the Back Country.
And the Back Country will then help the town.
Lauderdale needs the Glades worse than the Glades need Lauderdale. Lauderdale can't live
on tourists. SHE MUST PRODUCE.
That means her Everglades must be farmed. Then, as in Dade County, factories will follow.
These will bring pay-rolls, and a YEAR-ROUND TOWN.
But the Everglades must have reclamation funds. Hence the Broward Drainage District must
sell its bonds.
But it must first have more people and more values in it. This the bond-buyers insist on.
This won't cost Lauderdale one cent. It will cost Broward County one little mill on the dollar, about
$7,000 or $8,000 per year.
But the new taxes and new business this will bring will turn this little outgo into a BIG INCOME.
Further, it will help put a foundation under Lauderdale, and make it a city.
Do you know how the Everglades have been carrying the Coast?
Do you know Broward's Everglades have paid in $700,000 or $800,000, most of which has
helped build the Coast, rather than the Everglades?
Do you know that, for 15 years, most of the 20,000 old Everglades buyers have been barred
out from their own properties, kept from voting, and taxed without representation?
Do yoh want to keep this up? Do you know that, badly as it hurts the Everglades buyers, it
hurts you still worse?
If you want to do justice to Evergladers and yourself at the same tone, VOTE "Y E S" on
this referendum.
SSome have said, "We won't vote any more money to the old Board."
But do you know that these men are all out?
You ask, "Who will follow them?" I answer, "Let the Everglades owners name their own
board, by petition; and then let us all petition the Governor to appoint them. If, later, the Ever-
gladers want these men removed, let the Governor remove them." That's POPULAR GOVERN-
MENT, and it's the solution of this problem.
VOTE "YES." And then help the Evergladers get their own kind of a Board.
THOMAS E. WILL,
209 S. W. Sixth Ave., City.

Wright Printery
W. Broward Blvd. at 12th Ave.


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I t L a n d ,d l a n .. .
Uarch 3,1930.-

Iy dear Lawrences--
Fr a lot of ro-irsn.nI el- teor to start-.Uft.ows at 'Okeelantaand get things
movin". I shomildin pnarticular,like to put in a gond-ai.-r, aRorage -of COPM nd '
sell in robring's new Corn ':l:'-t. ( ^ wuiing that what read and he aretrue.)
If can x;o be i.nt;e:~eted in oorn.thero are a lot of other things ada.ted to
our c,':it+ion.t there(b1ar inca e+, nopell),thao. night be grown in spring and

I went over haRe when in Okeelanti5ec'T3. ..so,with goata. ,n '. .%,and
.it'h men ioin (i3 buness. at the (ify nrket at ":.'*PB* oweoven .IARP.,at last,
seem:+o be se.iin r thingsas ina n a glaas darkl.rpra thor p rt.~ of the ladess than
the La ke Thore;rlnd is plrhri -m, stuff up inm in"his is3ue of ..-3-1p,under :eed is
IParera to tlHce Lanait*c, Beter road it. (f courseI did not writa tiat.
i a I done soiit wou d not be in that paper*)
.DomT here's'!0T:T fnr P ureinrC is as scarce as ever:which means A.~"FrL!. soarce.
It, ounig not to be so inthe Upper- Glades,if d 1 we haveread of the propnerit#
there in half tmie. Tr'ens sharp1- nn,-ti.i Latke farmers Mar feel s- rich after
.ellinf their bhan:.t: t \Tr dlo not CaretO *-rork any more till next fall'.
'i"t.il~,,heoe ma be ,soh wit1 be+,e' sense '"'. t I wvntabove about all other
Sthingea nT i to finid n.?bodr who oares oi fr- P inaid has some noner.o
'-hi,i he -d.ll' f'rn -'.h i AI A.T'h n be : d t;o At the orops grown-aind divide
-:rth h.n on r fair b-Sis.d
*tarRit rwn in ".03.n3. -aue msdhere isa GOID :'..''TnV there through THIE FTm"ER.
Tin;*, Wri+. all '.T farmer:; t ta!:ing vaciatons( re tt'.s story)n;nd mnior-
::h' ia-n0f, bound to %2.rfall siamianr, aL7 Wf.-i to hel" fo-l the hungry
aoast Caro..',:;- .r.n f-ro. the M.,0.L,0on goods hauled in fro the. end of the
Re:;tho-.n aell ab.nubF- ,,Ting the,~r ia rSaseright ona the Coast. So there is an
man-i'.*-f Then-^ -1i-,h nonmo.4 i71,. not stand for corn*
Of omrse,I wvantto ouljinat M ur Ol:el-u Lt and PruitcrestLLandfor evec Old
Tn7.':i.,r-L-a*!:.?:fthat eroii:+::'ntod on. 7till.,iTP any $say hoia: non, mnust be use3 in
a-pu5.t di.--.t3,-.+,ath n h iht. '-,e nct r~'gT oe ,IM1, thfE thati i.- to lie idle this
,u'r. i,-r'narwf:ruTira that,ass nh~rtve --
SI con't vory well get up into the Lake countrrto I'ro-1 aroundsee rpopleand
ehe~ke up on sLee +,hng;. I had. lpI.mnd.d:nr:'n1.'.l.,-, o sogand had si y fre ntrans.
rt action all -- i-n"ed 7-or. ut :nt+'.er took a verr bad cold,'thit h.-,,t times,
seated alot d o. % I ut ot y m 'P..-nrl ake or i,an:ihd-iebeen stain,
n ear Iher;ne c- hi-n awra a nightfonr nearly !? -nonths. And do not like to herin
ge'ti.:, ; awayeven no-7for a lit'.lo while ? onfce:- on b :r -connt.
t I diJes;:eratorl.r,,l7'n+,1 got sooethoig _oin,- 4.hat nill brin us in some
r-otnev I i ihW nntioe theat I mus6Cas house rent* "her are going to mend the roof,
""w. e hall not h-avnthat alibiI if'to pay some ta e.;,to n ak nur best lInd
nor'a-safe And'-w need nonev for al-ost everr.,+,inr.
I know how buIs y ou are, r till7.,if you cnn inqufre into the above.and find whether
there is ry mnonmIy in the nT:sr rI ade:: t, an O a.for suc h or.:,I shall be
delighted. I do not feel that any of our Okelan. ,R Mcar nouh of traxesseto*cto
n m b mh'-.ble nsurit+.o. But nma with on +,o ar h nne? to far th may not 'i.nist on such se-
urity. loiea used !,o help ppl. to farnin.' funds. Other who have cashed in on
b:ans na~ feel willing to ne'iar '',,if "he do not have to do r ny of the worked
:i ihty; glad to see you peoplopor hear fr.~' ouiry tine you hivetime. Regads to
S.IR., .i ever yours'









VOTE "YES"

ON THE

Broward Drainage District Referendum

This referendum ought to carry, BIG. It's the ONE THING that will help the Back Country.
And the Back Country will then help the town.
Lauderdale needs the Glades worse than the Glades .need Lauderdale. Lauderdale can't live
on tourists. SHE MUST PRODUCE.
That means her Everglades must be farmed. Then, as in Dade County, factories will follow.
These will bring pay-rolls, and a YEAR-ROUND TOWN.
But the Everglades must have reclamation funds. Hence the Broward Drainage District must
sell its bonds.
But it must first have more people and more values in it. This the bond-buyers insist on.
This won't cost Lauderdale one cent. It will cost Broward County one little mill on the dollar, about
$7,000 or $8,000 per year.
But the new taxes and new business this will bring will turn this little outgo into a BIG INCOME.
Further, it will help put a foundation under Lauderdale, and make it a city.
Do you know how the Everglades have been carrying the Coast?
Do you know Broward's Everglades have paid in $700,000 or $800,000, most of which has
helped build'the Coast, rather than the Everglades?
Do you know that, for 15 years, most of the 20,000 old Everglades buyers have been barred
out from their own properties, kept from voting, and taxed without representation?
Do you want to keep this up? Do you know that, badly as it hurts the Everglades buyers, it
hurts you still worse?
If-you want to do justice to Evergladers and yourself at the same time, VOTE "Y E S" on
this referendum.
Some have said, "We won't vote any more money to the old Board."
But do you know that these men are all out?
You ask, "Who will follow them?" I answer, "Let the Everglades owners name their own
board, by-petition; and then let us all petition the Governor to appoint them. If, later, the Ever-
gladers want these men removed, let the Governor remove them." That's POPULAR GOVERN-
MENT, and it's the solution of this problem.
VOTE "YES." And then help the Evergladers get their own kind of a Board.

THOMAS E. WILL,
209 S. W. Sixth Ave., City.

Wright Printery
W. Broward Blvd. at 12th Ave.


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TMr. Thos. E. ~/ill
209 Soutwest 6th Ale.
Fort Lauderdale Fla.

Dear Sir:

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F CURTISS FLYING SERVICE
NATIONAL COMMERCIAL FLYING, SCHOOLS, SALES SERVICE

*\LES AGENTS FOR
CURTISS AEROPLANE & MOTOR CO., INC. 100 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD
CURTISS-ROBERTSON AIRPLANE MFG. CO. MIAMI, FLORIDA
COMMAND-AIRE, INC. PHONE 5422
SIKORSKY AVIATN TION rCORPORATIONh 4, 1950
IRELAND AIRCRAFT, INC.
CESSNA AIRCRAFT CO.




Dr. Thos. E. Will, President,
South Florida Development League,
209 SW 6th Ave., Fort Lauderdale, Fla.

Dear Doctor:

I am just in receipt of your letter referring to
the Everglades Drainage Board meeting at Okeechobee on the
6th. It will be impossible for us to attend this meeting by
plane inasmuch as Okeechobee does not have an established
landing field. However, for your information, we are trying
to get the local business men in that city to arrange for a
field.

I still have your Fire Prevention folder in my
letter file and will take good care of it until I see you
again.

Will endeavor to have our publicity man get this
piece in the paper regarding Freddie Lund's visit to Fort
Lauderdale. It is very nice, and the type of publicity we
appreciate.

If I find it possible to attend this meeting in
Okeechobee by automobile I will be glad to notify you in time
for you to accompany me; however there is very faint possibil-
ity and if you wish to attend you had better not count on me.

Thanking you for your interest in the matter, we are

Very truly yours,

CURTISS 77RIG-TT FL''IIi; SERVICE



p BY
JR W:HH ./ R. WATERS
Jf~ J~:FRBY K.V / 2


"OLDEST FLYING ORGANIZATION IN THE WORLD"






T. H. MCCARTHY, VICE-PRESIDENT S. WALTER STERN, TREASURER


SOUTHERN STATES LAND & TIMBER CO.
601-603 HARVEY BUILDING
FLORIDA TIMBER, GRAZING AND AGRICULTURAL LANDS
WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA
TELEPHONE 4434
P. O. Box A-25
.. BoxA25 March 6th, 1930.





Dr. Thomas E.Will,
209 S. W. 6th Ave.,
Fort Lauderdale, Fla.

Dear Doctor:-

I have been extremely busy and this is
the first opportunity I have had to acknowledge your
letter of the 2nd inst.

The tourists are not going to put up any
money to help us grow corn or anything else, in my
opinion. They are especiallyclose with their money
this year and even though your suggestion might seem
plausible, I regret to say in my opinion it is impract-
ical. Your suggestion of having something done
through the Chamber of Commerce is nothing new as it
has been tried before with indifferent success, but
;'something must be done about it. We have a lot of
lqnd at Gladeview and you have some at Okeelanta.
Gladeview, on the Cross State highway and easily
accessible to West Palm Beach, with water control,
seems the line of least resistance and I am anxious
to be helpful in the matter. Have you anything
definite in mind that could be applied to Gladeview,
now ready for crops, and how muchMney would it cost
per acre and how many acores do you have in mind?
From your letter I believe you are referring to the
Okeelanta section. That is a more difficult
proposition because capital is even more timid when
they cannot see where their money goes. Our Company
allowed me a budget of $5.000. for Gladeview farming
operations. Most of that has been usedup butT am
wondering whether something can't work out in that
location. You have been specializing in this partic-
ular field for manyyears and I have done my best in a
limited way, likewise. In normal times our work would
not be so difficult but at the present time progress is
very slow. I wonder if you could write me exactly


EDGAR B. STERN, PRESIDENT


GEO. F. BENSEL, SECRETARY







Dr. Will
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what could be done in the matter if you have anything
definite. I do want to help but have had so many
difficult problems that I find progress in all of them
rather slow.

Regretting I cannot write you more
encouragingly, with best wishes, I am

Very try aYours,


















Narch 12,.1930.
Mr.ani Mrn.Andrale,
Boca Raton,Fla.

My dear Friendno--
I haveinveetigatod the corn-growing question,and a,im Gr atly ploane'r, ith
the outrlock, I h;tve seon Fr" '.L..Drundon,Cana.l Ysint'Corn-Marketing Ex-
port and Spnci lint "f tis country,una had a go d ,long talk 7-ith him.
His word ie as g-oud as hin bond. 1 have kjIc-n him nince 1915.

Mr....ebring has necured the cocperrti,.n of Mr, Bea,of il.Y.City, very
wealthy mi. n, ho o no ec. 16--4x--36,and is right now hi ving it aLL put in
corn. I visRied it to-day anc Raw thVo men at work. In additionR r Sebring,
through T1Ul. Dookn~inghom I met. and whom my non,-ar nco,knowa,ia going to
plantt 250 ecres of corn right awrxnyv.'here the Sebring: avocado grove ntocd.
r., Ben iS now on T.Timi Beach. I have not obtained te street NO.,but hate
ranked to have it nent to me.

Mr. Bea furnishes the FJUNLX for tie establilimncnt of the CONlN ARKET,and
Brundon has been secured to build it. -hat neans that tie 4r.B W'IILL 'SE uIRE
and :y NE R GHT. The fact thut Mr1. Bea in planting so heavsiy means that h.
IUST have a loc;il markl.tor lose hmavily on his profits. .An.tthe fact that
Mr- .Brundon is to do th- building means th at nothing needed will be left
undone. aor he aud his son, 'ill--now of T ubtianna--havce built twenty such
corn rkctn in North yla. and in S.C..Ga, and Ala; I have the points all
mairlk-d on a map I prepared in 1924.

I have figures on costs of Reedl,plinting,otc., nr probnble return, in
ONc.Y,. I roqard corn-growing an one of the GRI'AT VjRGLADES iI'TERPRi63S.

In 1918,1 ,roved tlirt sugar can --huge and fine--cun bc -: ined At Okoe-
lantao In 1920,aftt.r "awreopc nna I had raised FINE little corn patches at
.keelanta in 1915,and following,hn and p o t 40 acren. It wan coming on
finely nhrn the made-to-omror PLO 3) of 1920 hit unand turned out whole regiavm
intc a lake. That ended thut crop,and drov-a me (Ut uf the cgion.

I see no reason ihy corn-growins in th Gladeauray not be made ful ly as im-
portant as ougar-cane-growing. I am much more interested in th corn. The
Scan -emn to be developing into a hugo--cpital nf air,with a mall group f
whitee men--liobl.; to go--an a gang of negroes on a wag bania,and subject to
discharg-h any day. The earnings will go v .ry lrgety to the north in divi-
.: ecnde. I s.on little in thin for the building up of the ;V':GL'LX CIVIL-
IZATION I hav work for for twenty years. I want- t eea-HOTES,wiv no
child..enpchooln.churohen,motion pictures,womrn's clubs,:Atc a region in
which civilized ptoplo will delight to live.



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As to selling the corn,Mr.Brnndo.: nyn we have a market for 150 000 bush-
els in ,o.Fla. alone. In additnn,thereis a HUGE mark t for corn in Cuba.
Tho C ba ns ;ahnt our kind of corn,too. Andthe haul to them is nhort,and BY
'7ATER. Hence cheap.

Agiin,this gives an opportunity to CO P..RATE with our Cuban neighbor,
Jhom we show a disposition to f ght v ith tariffesmade necessary by our raiBil
other th.:ngr that they raise.
and
The total cost of preparing land,planting and growing the corm crop is be-
ing natirmte around; .2.75 per acre. Fifty bus, per acre at 75# to '1.00
per buchol would leave a nice profit on the investment.

Further, it is important that we crow corn,if only in self-defense. Qf
this,I prefer to t.li with you,rather th;.n write. I havelearned thingjon thin
trip you Alhould know.

I plan to bein Laudurftlu again hursH night,or Friday night,thin :eek!
to ?.-pnnd a few duyn thero,p cking,pr'eparatory to moving up here. I cer-
tainly hope thatin your passing through Luudcrdaa,you may catch vi there,
that we i..y go over the matters I have in mind. Pleone ;.rite e there(
20 ;. .6th. Ave.) w1heii you -,ill be byund( will make it a point to be at
home.
I recall what you told me some months prince of your ex.orioncen with
our locnl drninrgr district. It iem p,novw,that re ar, junt in the bt.gin ings
of nonet inC for Ahich we muFt ful:., annp omptly, prepare.
'Vary truly your,






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Aanesrnor,Hpncnry Co.,
LaBell. ,Fla.

77y denr Sirs--
I dIeni e to return my aRneeanment statement on the following tr:acts:--
2-- 1I/2--3. .1/4--.. &.i/4 of ec.27--44--33; 20 acre;
2----. --../4--.7../4 of tec.1-3--14--4.20 acres.

'.'ill you kindly send me:--
1--Proper bl:-nk forms and inRtructions;
2--Your own appraisals on then tracts.
3-- uch information as you m~y pornrestpor c;-n obtain from the Clerk of kf
the Circuit Court,Is to Pt tun of these tracts as respectR tax-Balen:--
A--HWavthey been n01d for Traiinage Taxes,State L*r District?
B-- ho holdn ~.ny nmdall cortific;'ten (f tny andall t:ix .ale?
Very truly y urs,

Please -ddlro-sn me at 209 r.W,6th. Ave.,Ftokouderd-le,F)ia T.


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rfort:-tion,f deral fin .nce( Federal marm Loan Fund whichas so.n as pro-
vided by law,I bo:gan working assiduou ly for,po continuing 1or years,
but getting from it nothing but loss in time,labor and fundn),schools,
Voting precinctnexperiment station--everything,in fact,tlht would mn.ke tht
incipient Eden fit for human occupation -and Ue,

In 1920,we were visited by a wholly nduncol-Led -for overflow that wiped
us out. I retired to the Coast,to bein all over,'ndlif possible,recoup
my fincnces*w.orkinr,nnd fighting, etern.-lly for the GladeH esanentialsin-
cluding ro:idr-, chi ulsfundnetc.

Then followed a nsriee .of calaimities,continuing up to my latet--that of
March 7th.( inst). x.'hich took from me my noble wife
ITany of these calacmities,as I should be delighted to pioient out,with appro-
priate data,to a competent investigating corn itteeswere ul,o wholly un-
c::lled for and without excuse*
Combined, cl:s if ied end studied--anc; I have done all this--they furnish
irrefutblo proof of the truth of the state nt mad e by the Hun. Fredk.
H.D:vin,Atty. Genl. of Fla.,amd nmeibor of the I.I.Board,utate Reclama-,tion
Board and ttate Flood Board,ae found on pp. 145-6 of the report of the
U.JS.H.R.Comnitteo on Flood Control in Florida and beiewhere".

In fact,these d-atprove that weof this Upper Gladen region, have been
subjected to e mnrcilesn,long-drawn-out proscription and-persocution on
the p rt of interests hostile to the settlr-m.:nt and development of thin
territory. They are willing to build a wall* doin here," and KCE P THE
MILITARY" hero'es,&to keep the people from coming in*~ here. They are not
fearful that we m.y g-t hurt by storm Instend," It is mighty hard to ge'-
them interested in whether '* we perish o~ not.* Their one interest is
to compel n e to STAY OUT of thia TER ITORY.'
My piani,for twenty yearashavn looked directly,andopenlytto getting con-
ditionn RIGHT here,and then GETTING ~;OPi -' Hil. IHence,phey ran aquare-
ly in the teeth of the people Mr.uavia describes. I h-d no nuspicion,for
years, that my policy an.! work were objectionable and .l.dious. I wondered ,
only,vt the astounding lack of cooperation I received,andat the continu-
ous series of calamities,mintioned above. Now I am convinced that these
in so far as controlled by man were simply and solely part a.nd parcel of
a "-'r-Progrrm,'whereby thl :vvergladeo was to bo kept a trackleas wilderness.

18 not progreaa on in thi- l elle Glad a section? Yea. "hyptlien? Becure
of the operation of two factor:. hlecl;.m:ttion and transportation were es"
nential,but theso wver3 provided in thin particular section in very aeecirl
iwayny %as followsa--
1--NATUi reclaimed a strip of Lake shore,andmad(.it fit for cultivation.
2--The WAR DI1Ali I~RHT ,ensured the onnential traniportution that enabled
inm.igration to start and continue till settlers were strong enough to bri)g
Other forms of traniportLtion. The WAR DULfAR1TT forbade the destruction
of NAVIGATI ,N on the Lake( practically viped"'1eryxvhere else in the Glades)
,and enabled the squ.ttcrs to ride in in th':A little bootsand land on the
land NATURE had reclaimed,and start setlle.ient and d velppment. Once begun
it continued nndgrewobut almost hol y on this rameLake "hore. One con-
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co~tts- 9'),. of tliq regionvin iffrorded by tVi crouit B-h~o1T7 0U,'flA3xY, !.ut thoy
h!jvrv 70,000 neren and ".7590O0g00p behind them--whioh n.alron a difloronce,
Thn GLtde2 -iro-)er in now f.r,qvry farpbehina trrn oint t: x/ll we3
ea firt .ioneornghad bro"hllt it in oarly h 1917. ii: OarY :;ctt-mc.nt
hi--vo bo -n .A..!0d out 'kmont en tv:, viVllages of IrLLpco vwero wii.-ed out
in ?1o- r~n'n No,.nd. tot a l. ic, I GLi dii c;:fl .1 cvz nfi; )'0,:- n ctm-.
':arlicr vC ia Iin ba tf from :j;T1j.ViO a .Fel ud1d.1trd it--lr :tt C'lL,11 qMt1k0 3flq
C ilomnc'h:. tcehiocto 7t al-71yorn. An hi(Sh n 18 bont-Y r.:n at no tik- on tile)
110 ?th Uean:1,o n't', -y v:'rxrir,41 br:-m. : ton All, I C&O : '1WC.

1YTot O,1T Ili, iJ`).AD rtnm tlLru the C. Ldcn propor. One ::ur outnd the ro-
:11on fr~in( tr.f a ,l1rdnr ecrnar, ( b)otccn her2e :indtti i ix cli C;nmn)
PeZ- do 'At V.- bmonnf i'nc-cod r' logtl-y estnbliqla i,) iho 01 Ocif and Ilvin MIR
DT .'IL I vrt-3 -tt fry :.4c1.ivo in Vt fl th.Pro) noiil' r~t: 1't-dpcmnv haVTn* thrir
.t rtl_',A; 11 intory c'fly in my files.
~id n.Jnio tri- Ci't-i-n clinafixIthoi .:rnrlc-n of toe on;iitionsi V tsus
forced cpon me it..- boon chiefly ro;;ionisiblo for :ob!.iS Li e-f my xfifom
I c i- FIvo 'otA iJs lieic9;.111-.c,.

''0 ',01)(tA or ~i *.o i n Aiiitc, r'.,t C16r.'1en the. o-','Liui n, ico from t
concern, inf r:v;i jq; no it ir baot t b r: 1 -dv, nt. ; of -o!n;- c our novorai
'T'CrAi;'.. ON ;@CTZ'j: n,,unloLon I am able to orfoxm tlL imiio ibluo by qry
lnt.,I ",V1 to 1)'' ,-;1 'e offe the cGrio : rx~pe

Jht I never n'ur.-(wondr, I lv;i:Vc t-.kii rc-ifuti herc. '1Ith ny rion,-.tritren fZvo
Vic, Olandc- I'opov. to thiG s~1kr ~ Y'Ox.? .'0tt3,iucrait-in- ior rr: :nt faor
t1 ,-~~t b (;-11od T':'ZOf :J~.~ Sf~

am onout to -,l Fit Q lalr 1 'ir field of CC-Mr 9 Law it Ovon finely. :lwxVe
ea Ril}~t-~w~haho~ rO k znu. -If I c -n ,,t:ve off thWis netiztur
of myro1jurtjen.Rfldrrlt oZiUa none:; T .1 nt a cro:.PL C41nr:Gnt vtay my
proe'iiiL dcbtq*ind,,t tlike ae(n of 60nri:e! a f rcrltc ti in life. ..withat in
'Il V 1 UM -lrratirrln( to clx'.
Atn IL ,TitO CA Cir vitn for t: o clrivc to a biB corn-fiold )Aow boing
Sthta. Tro ?y-I y-. oio vinitccl th' -Olicloe
Corn- rL-A 11- JIT, *Id.I n'v:idon3n hl. d 3 onj ;n~ vary nnt inf:\otory con-
f--rajnof' I-i.th him. Ilo in will.ng to c' all in 1-tin powor tU; l, 11 Am lot
,vl('1 .;..-t thir! Crratc.-onev renoc.rco -;ro',in(. Ct. r:n 1iL kld a rnC r, I'iiro


1 write th t yo-, rmay XM ITSr VD rili t in on hr2ic. '.r.rn am!'Ir re y to
CU i tct. n i'laitOnlt aith 7OLuinnCoun &iL... pr ndlj b for,-ilvonlreCnrr t.ho dBtL 11
of th'Lin 11f,'Moun porneoution .-Ainont tho very 1 n. we aren c ;iuin'- CGungsreeo
to fin ncce

B~ut I -oc.-ritto ,:et tlke. 4'lovri -t. irtr. ciflnthr, corn 1tthe (Sround. Anrlet
io t fi:) 4 1107 'Mi A Y' '.n uongenn if. -'l, riui nc1 to ]put it out in 'rfl-
prlied rnillon8nrind.' ,theo MIal3vii VJi~v iCIvr yet had,
CIL, jOLT~XY I.. TTT 'of itor ainy other aedarril Jmunoy. Hol;, rno if yc. ctn:
so 60 (1fl(Sin, 113 one cif the. rc.tenit n on erth to onnrivo do-
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.2. If the Sood-Foed-Y'ertilizer* forrulm: could be brou onre
to r*cnlu.r; rr prop ration of tio inoil";
rand tie .lligbility libereliaod to include f:.trorn 'ho o.err-; in-
nocent victim of calaimitlej",that wouldd help i mncnr. ,ly. '.indi.
tho rolie. Co.n tc thorou suffered f2 one, Boclil dinnnttre,ne-mn
n: .inleass,. me, pl' y- havoc iti u:ir;nn liako y u. n. .jnd,of courro,
C 1 cm b no .lti:- tl.L': c.nly cnc.

"7onoy not no do b. ftyrinnr fcr food" and" forti.i .or" 'u:.uld
Be i..:;:. Rnvail.bic: fur him fotr theirovi,.nt ur:o::,rr r'uG. ented iboao.


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P. O. Box 2035 P. 0. Box 935

Norman S. DeForest
Property Management

Orlando,
Orlando, March 13th, 1930.



To All Non-Resident
Florida Property Owners.

Have you filed your Florida Property Tax Return?
Do you know the new law passed by the last Legislature?

Chapter 14571--Be it enacted by the Legislature of Florida;
"It is hereby made the duty of every person (-) owning (-)
Real Property (-) subject to taxation under the laws of the
State of Florida, to return the same, or cause same to be
returned through his or her duly authorized agent, to the
Assessor of Taxes (-) on a blank form of return to be pre-
pared for that purpose by the Comptroller (-). Said return
shall be filed on or before the First day of April of each
and every year.(-) If any person (-) shall fail or neglect
to make a Tax Return (-) The Assessor shall assess (-) the
property of such defaulting property owner from the best in-
formation obtainable and the Tax Assessor shall add to the
said Assessment a penalty of 25% thereof for such failure
or neglect." Approved June 29th, 1929.

If this new statute is not observed, your taxes will be mate-
rially increased, at a time when they are entirely too high.
The cost of having me file this return for you is nominal.

Many properties are assessed at to high a valuation. I will
appear for you before thFAssessor and Board of Equalization
and endeavor to have these valuations reduced and thereby
lower your tax for the year 1930.

If you are delinquent for 1929 and previous years taxes I will
present a claim for you, to have these delinquent taxes reduced.

As to my ability and integrity I can refer to my many clients,
and to the Central Farmers Trust Co. of West Palm Beach, Florida.

The enclosed form is for your convenience, and if returned at
once, I will be glad to execute your orders.

Very truly yours,

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Norman S. DeForest,
P.O. Box 2035, Orlando, Florida.

Dear Sir;

I hereby appoint you as my authorized agent for the
filing of my property Tax Return for the year 1930 in accord-
ance with chapter 14571 of the 1929 Acts of the Florida legis- 9
lature on the following described property.







It is understood that the return so made will be at the same or
lower valuation as used in the 1929 Assessment Rolls. Herewith
you will find $2.50 for each taxable subdivision.

Very truly yours,

Name

Address




I herewith authorize you to appear in my behalf to secure a
reduction in the assessed valuation of my property, above des-
cribed, for the year 1930. Your fee to be contingent upon
and 25% of the saving effected.

Name





I hereby authorize you to appear in my behalf, to secure a reduce
tion in my delinquent taxes for the year 1929 and previous years
Your fee to be contingent upon and 25% of the saving effected.
If you can secure a reduction of 25% or more in my delinquent
taxes, I agree to pay the reduced tax within 10 days of being
notified of said reduction.

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HIRAM W. JOHNSON, CALIF., CHAIRMAN
WESLEY L. JONES, WASH. DUNCAN U. FLETCHER, FLA.
CHARLES L. MC NARY, OREG. JOSEPH E. RANSDELL, LA.
*PORTER H. DALE, VT. MORRIS SHEPPARD,TEX.
ARTHUR R. GOULD, ME. F.M.SIMMONS, N.C.
GERALD P. NYE, N. AK. HUBERT D.STEPHENS, MISS.
ARTHUR H. VANDENBERG, MICH. WILLIAM J. HARRIS, GA.eb tc z en f
CHARLES S. DENEEN, ILL. ROYAL S. COPELAND, N. Y.
ROSCOE C. PATTERSON, MO. HARRY B. HAWES, MO.
ROBERTB. HOWELL, NEBR. WILLIAM E. BROCK, TENN. COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
HENRY J. ALLEN, KANS.
M. A. CONNOR, CLERK

March 14, 1930.




Dr. Thomas E. Will,

Belle Glade, Florida.

My dear Dr. Will:


Yours of March 12, 1930, has been received.

I am distressed to learn of the passing of

your wife. I extend my sincere sympathies.

With regard to the other matters mentioned:

The bill providing for this emergency fund has

passed and cannot now be amended or changed. It was the

best that could be got. For detailed information

/you might write to Mr. L.E. White, Administrative Officer

in Charge, Farmers' Seed Loan Office, U.S. Department of

Agriculture, Columbia, S.0C

I have just this minute returned from a conference

with the Chief of Engineers regarding the report of the

District and Division Engineers and Board of Engineers

on the Flood Control and Navigation Project for Okeechobee.

I think we will get that in the River and Harbor bill now

being written in the House under Chairman Dempsey. The

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requires too much local contribution, and we have

been trying to get the Chief of Engineers to reduce

this. It seems to me the Evergladesregion is

coming strong. I hope you will hold on to your

original holdings. There is going to be a great

development in that region.

Very truly yours,


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MEMBER
RUTH BRYAN OWEN MEMBER
RU'H BRYAN OWEN COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN AFFAIRS
4TH DISTRICT FLORIDA

Congress of the lniteb States

MRs. JESSIE R. HILL 'VOvo of Repretentatibeo
SECRETARY Waasington, C.

March 17th, 1930







Dr. Thomas E. Will,
Box 295,
Belle Glade, Florida.

My dear Friend:

Many thanks for your kind letter of March 12th. I need not
assure you that I read it with a very great deal of sympathetic
interest, for although I am a more recent comer to Florida, I have,
none-the-less, the sincerest desire to help to bring prosperity to
those who have stood by our great Glades country from the very
beginning and made such heroic sacrifices toward its development.

The Seed and Fertilizer Loan Fund I realize does not meet all
the needs of the Glades people, and I wish too that there was some
way to include gasoline in this bill, but in measures like this
which have to originate in the Department of Agriculture, pass the
Budget and secure the support of people from several States, it is
often necessary to accept and be thankful for some assistance when
one can't get all the assistance that is needed.

I know that you will be glad to know that we are working on the
Okeechobee flood control project, and that I have kept in mind all
that you have told me about the problem of water_control, and I very
much hope that in regarding this project as a transportation project
and one in waterZontrol, we are going to secure through its passage
a real benefit for our Everglades country and the people who live
there.

With kindest personal regards and best wishes,

Sincerely yours,



M. C.





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HURD L. REEVES LA BELLE. FLORIDA
TAX ASSESSOR
Mar. 20, 1930.



Mr. T. E. Will,

Ft.Lauderdale,

Florida.


Dear Sir:

I am enclosing herewith information as per your

request and trust that it will be beneficial to you. you

will note that I am enclosing Blanks which if you desire

you can fill out and send to the Clerk of Court and obtain

adjustment on your "tate and County Taxes from the Ux

Delinguent Tax Adjustment Board which Board will have a

final meeting April 1st, 1930. You can take the matter

of the Drainage Certificates up with the I. I. Board at

Tallahassee or the Clerk of Court at LaBelle. The amount

on yellow slip is amount of Drainage Tax assessedd on 1929

Roll which amount you will pay to the Tax Collector, J.L.

Taylor.

If we can be of further service to you will be

glad to do so.

Ve y/truly y6ur ,


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PIONEER SERVICE STATION
sA LAWRENCE E. WILL, PROP.
AUTO REPAIRING, TRACTOR AND AUTO PARTS
OFFICIAL COOPER TIRES AND BATTERIES
SERVICE STATION GULF REFINING COMPANY PRODUCTS

BELLE GLADE. FLA.





Friday,
L arch 21, 1930.
Dr. Thos. E..Will,
Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.

Dear -ad:-

I have been wondering why I have not heard from you.

.1I have the lumber for the shelves, and if you will give

me some measurements height of shelves and width. I will hav

have them put up. could not get enuf Snformqtion frmo the

slip you left to go ahead.

Let me know when you will want a load brot from

Ft. Laud.

There are letters here from Duncan U. Fletcher,

Ruth Bryan Owen, and one without return address.

When will you be back?

Yours





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i "hawe been trylac to' ge-, fat und to wmith It looks as tho
-I I :I. 'p..o- ow n;'. 0iw .aY- : -.r- Myb tell. f y .".-14.- Imy a) 1.P'*i


wOFLoug_ last
Looks'that wy.


As '..'.-to-
;'..in cA. f1.' cornerr of room. Allow for your long t.,ble,to go west to t in:owr,an.1eaot1,.
No c'ho-ovsadv it ,herwis ln to fill' ror+' side of ro-r, full of si lvo'-jrom end to
,-,. Table i", 4 30 1/.. !ig.,
h., :? lunhor h ...<. .--)S'.ll- east ,udf-ro:i door to north wall*. Tn,fl.l west end,-von
window back t c south vral.
Th..n,vhat -iioht o m. (, o-.',ros may boe adlred o v y g .rying I- -h of con'ant- I t'+,Vi.: the
.--.-., d ... c .- plan= is hi- --

1 ,.. ut ou shelves the rilh, length .r-, the several allsas hI-.' .ril then 4n a
conv7hii0n plaoe till I :'o-'-.n
1erit.r. sone ( waste .* "T ..hrn, can be eu-t ri, ..-derii.!o -r'o' lengt.-, If,A. n ,in
pzt-.''- in ;'-.>t ,5t is n..1d .Th h t h-T..' 7 I e -- 'n-t.- I wil .ay + or 3
'O- r.-l, off _'1 1.o :* One of these :-ohor -r',i-.cer" will be i tum,'." eoaoh and of" +,ho upper
... -.'n'c :a-,. thi'., short pie -.11. be -,ut Lnde" i. -14 1 .- r-if :hel-* eThe3e short
su pport-; AIi I +,Co.':-..t in+o.o rl ~o-. V,, -,t"- a shelf Il" h5.h. I..? next -aol- should be .*
... i e t i. 1.P L. .. '. ". i4 .. ...
.14 ,7. _:,*"*:'*. short -. --;*'.".o -. -..ll be .',." t ohe -.te '-i-S n.. :,-_ books ':'m..c -" 1.a l*' ?." r.c.n etc.
So tho '.,,'".v,.:/ i..'! -.. ,l+, zi inas the books '-. -t1.he"' stuff go in.
S a s ta.'.T..,,',:" on the oe i _ue.tionenr, neXt moe will be to R U mS
th A-lo'i-" of One -htub'ed Aoreo:"r corn. i7 thin:. thht i. little u.t- u. '
,. ".a agree to .ie+, ~o h -.' -e use of their +,,to.-,if I will return it as gor'd as
.... e I te .'.. I, stand, on 5ot.i"a. .1--4-^f;" .. half. South side of BDl1.7-:- Oall;pr.obably
beside <5a -.< L "


i .de.-:, *a;:,i. i n-y .~'hr.- been r'Q~jad oX' various harts.
v' :: e0'. h'.~s J o, ':poot-_tran The tr .tor should be
ib;,-t sideg ( wOi oldfr1nt ,.r:.r ) ,less 5i svt needs
to be -e --a .c wiill,;p'(b b.,,.-' unnecsatu".


Ths-.x should be eo-.'?-. I will
brought to the Okool-.'i 0Lt'OL roC'in,",
7o?:r all the w'ay to v-.r -7i'


Tihe 'Ji'PP ow is Tim'-dId to be at the Oqaolls?'andl anrto t -octe' '..:--1.i oo
It sioulJ be e:.: .:;t i.,-i'-' 7..:; ; in ?f.r '-ol : .. :.t. .,::o7...1 be made~o,
Last De_,I 10t a ._.-o who works fw' ro."d"ad--:. h-rn.outthorewhen out cf work--
et.o told ne he apn plow FIV acrea n o d'-y, an.i 7udt hrv? ,.M ^*LO7 'I..,a aWataB a-37aftod
hi-t if would. .q'n to 'plow 2ov' Oi.LLfl(' 'A -er re;CeY-.i''h1i n-'.i-.hoC.'. ?' -d, l"
.' is -good ononii i"h :f, @ ne.
Now0ln .'--in thru 'o.n.-y.on this tractor jo'b-qui.y ahmld bemade a the o.-:.-..- ..'.,-oe
f-:"-t'hi:. rou'. -.o ab hi. f .r-Ji'fi.-.-',-.h. ` he : as a- his ".." ,1' .- : "
at. If -t, :";uir. -onl,-ld b- *., ^enti.-. -?or a 'tr a t. -*." One lTxr,. in the
jun: Bou..e( .-rdto' an. rounc fP0l7.10, -;aid to be all rightt) But I like the abhove '.," hir-
i. ;,., ci. ... ..:' 'v..g x uW,, in no+s of a spring ::.-u:i.g a bluff at rowing tAn acres,
.J.. '--ly :-..i, "zi:L-,. that till I 3a:.p! .p.n0.!.ved with the job.
/ ho:e yo-. hse so noe n Lnn man-who +a o thte breajob. a f tr oto i s5o out zf som.
mission ti5i',. anot be broLIght in on its own power fr-o;i :o. r to ukeelantathha, wvill
create a problem. If study of a orrdoon can be nrrade to show what is oe.,ential to have
S::" ao,o' e 'r,' n,,l-hich may h-w. ben t+,o-rn;.. .lth, -:-:' Oan all be oarie4kd to the.,fao-


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VOTE "YES"

ON THE

Broward Drainage District Referendum

This referendum ought to carry, BIG. It's the ONE THING that will help the Back Country.
And the Back Country will then help the town.
Lauderdale needs the Glade s wobse than thle Glades need Lauderdale. Lauderdale can't live
on tourists. SHE MUST PRODUCE.
That means her Everglades must be farmed. Then, as in Dade County, "factories will follow.
These will bring pay-rolls, and a YEAR-ROUND TOWN.
But the' Everglides must have reclamation fuhds. Hence the Broward Drainage District must
sell its bonds..
But it must first have more people and more values in -it. This the bond-buyers insist on.
This won't cost Lauderdale one cent. It will cost Broward County one little mill on the dollar, about
$7,000 or $8,000 per year.
S But the new taxes and new business this will bring will turn this little outgo into a BIQ INCOME.
Further, it will help put a foundation under Lauderdale, and make it a city. %
Do you know how the. Everglades have been carrying the Coast?
Do you know Broward's Everglades have paid in $700,000 or $800,000, most of which has
helped build the Coast; rather than the Everglades?
D6-you know that, for 15 years, most of the'20,000 old Everglades buyers have been barred
out from their own properties. kept from voting, and taxed without representation?
Do you want to keep this up? Do you know that, badly as it hurts the Everglades buyers, it
hurts you still worse?
If you want to do justice to Evergladers and yourself ht the same time, VOTE "Y E S" on
this referendum.
Some have said, "We won't yote any more money to the old Board."
But do you know that these men are all out? /
S, You-ask,-'Who will follow them?" I answer, "Let the Everglades owners name their own
board, by'petition; and then let us all petition the Governor to appoint them. If, later, the Ever-
gladers want these men removed, let the Governor remove them." That's POPULAR GOVERN-
MENT, and it's the solution of this problem.
VOTE "YES." And then help the Evergladers get their own kind of a Board..
THOMAS E. WILL,
209 S. W. Sixth Ave., City.

Wright Printery
W. Broward Blvd. at 12th Ave.












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anidPT 0A1 TI U~,t On OIj. JRIP n-.y do the job. If a n. nor in,,nhwnve to un.k )yr el ors--
-o: m '.)i.n.+.io on#hn nt d'*-in; out the niuekd n- -p um, cIr -.i"n .it nl^l ) na iaore for-
.',;tnate.,etc.,a "r: 'un r ':i s job iught be fou, ri in'ro doing,a 1; remx. mied you remember our
eternal x-'~:inl o0" A I T S3 in-the go.,oldOrlkeeltnt, day. I joined the exhort?.tiog
M* rTO v y R "'-UT:'"" tha iido all the a steen writings at the smnetinie;as a tender
j'"- avl." let a riinal se-rve a h ,0 dnren sentences at one n.ncdth, sanetime --all run-
: :.- ,.2*l-. l af ol -n"- tiv -- .That, .isthe onlr wr,, I ever fmoir.d of beatin^r the eternal
A ? IN 0" ., n*in +h ^nL-lR -,,

I MaY -'r.c', ut +,~rL;u actor eat tle sai~finme '.z'.r-orther one is.+,that left near the
11.n :o j t,.,: thoe r i.te r. ghw.-, oar..1 I suspect '.b--(mrall has been hoping to f-11 ef1tcnal
heir to its ;'.; nover warned ii~.eTwrI n V- that L "ni-h-, get aSone use of it. IL -t!-:e
It'. him ahthm n-' ea;-1 wroref.ja. .g-:a :, few wsoka r.o. H never~o ..eihe *".oi-:' at' all.
; ..'. .,l I n tod o one-,"0o ..l.) thi2n:--J. .? got it. 'i'h:. w uld seom to tr -e/ the
cl''I,. ":a.);'iiU",.-r. t 0::~-~7l. -, h -n- onto it *as hard as -ovel I v'Aih some i-:.' -r
S,.-'.'.'. .i;.,': ; '.. -;- :' .:.. about t i:, txr otor ancdis av, ).i.obilit. I have no doubt a let-
ter F-on ie to.'13-1h:: *ao 9onulc pl^ it looso,r;.ntc but Ivd rather not hevo to do thistif
,., ,..' n..j'.;:,' !'1 uase are' willing to -.4.-', : a .o-..thinL

If i I 1 : vilablethentt iLt,otonnOull beo or-?ully 'i;-ontoeG ond -1.ullired ?bvtIT to acer-
t.in i 4 ,:-.'- +,i er n 1.-". ", :'.ihow Ir..'i-: this .ed oine o7uld be ap.liev'.* :.r. ) .,, r -'. ll
h 6 go d deaIl 0to :I.r about *'.+. aches 'i'I.3.s jrf'-ljhp -iI.. he was about to 1 on it.
Yy ou Oan tndorstlnd+,hntif I AGTiJjT1j DOW got into obi.ion ."- !-t in the OkeelrS e. C ?.-u.,r--
: all the -nps : ',zn h, re or i o-ut j:-.i..L ..l..'.i.; .:..ul.y,-'.. ..--.., out -- 'T l< s
yi-:. th- lrst nine yao rsI'll not be cl... d to "t.u,; *i" arm for .J: :.. endin
i: no in leash .stl longer. 1t -will bhe e of 0* !P C17 11rVO!. 8 C7? *s 1 T_- y.
T0,:- -Ti.,X 0 PI ND thot the oyn, i at hmndI p:-i-l'. rusIL-2LLJ. to get y no
.',. i i,:'.J:. s.'AP( Bosr .-. ;. plaioe agrees that I "-, leavo tho e ".:'.` in t:oe .-;'.:is :i".' a
ea.e- '.e* .. should *v- a.e a'. -1. et, .h..: l .. into laos in cour room,
on" got, ''. 7" 'plo o ---r.. acron .r...h- flea... Then w e i fi up acae plae into
ich 'ut the a ,'.u ( ow in hee *-t,;ic ) I -ri hi'ir.r urp ar ba'eh of ~c..-.i-.:'~te.
\G- .''ron Pro-', '7h(,'Ich to %1:.-A1 a roon for it* T t is mor'ero lIor ;'."n 'w',:*.-' .;,a'-."indo'un 1 d i? n.ed to
? ~ ,? i'. o r2o-....".. _,; ao ;.', .. ,- : .. ...-.!, 2r" n, old a Unoleo .i.l h ea eo han so :'?.. a '.. x-
*p:-.'.i'-.1 to n T::..;.'p; i know a better .7-',.-Tll .1- I +,o m.-j1.in i-" as ruach of this aU 0cRi
he >--.... *.-o Oe ai nt-* iprobhibly ,fi'I.c...
.;:?e "*.*.-; : *".I ein loer.a h+here for ;i,
:'r a n r+nt to se v.. .e ..befo reo 1 his -,..a '* In tha- ..l caIl? bF un
woth IdI ju.9t, 3 0oon as a oan. gr h ntinj. We now hjwo o 1ila t tn' (i -' e left t's
old behind na,1i17-%, Jthire the rdintL i .).. i' ,a-,andwe wantto get our c:-':n i17 frz attired
/ beirz e ".. r n., '. '. us, So an d ,rin;. 'it',, ',',-n: .h whole hnce o '' .-"-. .
Si -ann has hwcnm h'-iself an oesper in I:ut'i'^n hi 2U'z : .ri2. pm p. atthAdd-
.' -.- o rci .... .. pl .nning to har hin h :;ut i:' one or more fa
.. .7.'.. . p. f
.-.. "' ..'/. ,.-,..-..nor uner --? -i ii :aa'toc+,ion of f.looks of poullr: f ih ,.1.o l .... ";?,- jils-_
'l-7 *- .. i> .*J.:,T? .. T.1 7 h e't he a 3i u i; : i J --r-who in r. i a '^ J'N;.-,^.i; l P' '..''-'o
fr: ..:' rth no'e or ler s -:13h ;- u :'Lteither y:1 ,he shall i) .-v;? ,ci" -,, P--' +.'.r,
or th he :. *' ;..:rise t;hemi to o.-i -ont the t..hand thonselve. So, feel *hatli' I can but
get the ond .tio~'T! e:t+,ablished,-, lastthat I h.-,o hi.e bl(.. i.'." -- for hlfJ a vn ro .ation-
T1- naM' ..v h u n -'-. o-', snd sa" the ly o,.1 u our -'-: ,ant Iton 1 o r-cea,
,/houl.d b,- .a,:..,--,,. ,w ima- ts Pnd -n.o-n'a* bne lfn' r-',:. rte-;soneafter -"'o--"
of x ne c.".i;.,.o: .:.-.d,-o uld b.e sold* it'- chlaggg s a lot, of -.eop.oo cn be .ut Anto q a
p-^..- ,n..1 ,-.* --r"ovi"ded the ..:. "e rde .rid fu.rthGr :*:;'-r,-T-n"r--.':' in. :', ens o -
-.'..'.' -. fo : I hawe a line on the t+ -it.-o'.ned.,old .-,;p-i. lots'% !e., .
S h ciile the o-: ,s-in1- .l W r A R :*. I ', .mke a *..9l w5th +,h I.To .-- .^.
S-... get in on t,.e.?. n omw grew too aoare -ee.'+ .'"ieC, oah .Tan e,'T'i both sidoS
t' No'Oara- for a )Aileap tiwogand f-t,..- ..iandone.ar by;if necessary on ,vy-bodr', s land",
i .-ri.,. :' a ,tie on the Equatter b -sii: ,l+,lase lot'; sold to peopBe rotoctod pu ~ps,
1 .. -^..-. ~..lw.... snd n ..... good on.e out, of oh&ik ~n,,-ed fromn :_ 'r-h,7 lands*

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VOTE "YES"

ON THE

Broward Drainage District Referendum

This referendum ought to carry, BIG. It's the ONE THING that will help the Back Country.
And the Back Cduntry will then help the town.
Lauderdale needs the Glades worse than the Glades need Lauderdale. Lauderdale can't live
on tourists. SHE MUST PRODUCE.
That means her Everglades must be farmed. Then, as in Dade County, factories will follow.
These will bring pay-rolls,, and a YEAR-ROUND TOWN.
But the Everglades must have reclamation funds. Hence the Broward Drainage District must
sell its bonds.
But it must first have more people and more values in .it. This the .bond-buyers insist on.
This won't cost Lauderdale one cent. It will cost Broward County one little mill on the dollar, about
$7,000 or $8,000 per year.
But the new taxes and new business this will bring will turn this little outgo into a BIG INCOME.
Further; it will help put a foundation under Lauderdale, and make it a city.
Do you know how the Everglades have been carrying the Coast?
Do you know Broward's Everglades have paid in $700,000 or $800,000, most of which has
helped build the Coast, rather than the Everglades?
Do you know that, for 15 years, most of the 20,000 old Everglades buyers have -been barred
out from their own properties, kept from voting, and taxed without representation?
Do you want to keep this up? Do you know that, badly as it hurts the Everglades buyers, it
hurts you still worse?
If you want to do justice to Evergladers and yourself at the same time, VOTE E S" on
this referendum.
Some have said, "We won't vote any more money to the old Board."
But do you know that these men are all out?
You ask, "Who will follow them?" I answer, "Let the Everglades owners name their own
board,, by petition; and then let us all petition the Governor to appoint them. If, later, the Ever-
gladers want these men removed, let the Governor remove them," That's POPULAR GOVERN-
MENT, and it's the solution of this problem.
VOTE "YES." And then help the Evergladers get their own kind of a Boird.

THOMAS E. WILL,
209 S. W. Sixth Ave., City.

Wright Printery
W. Brpward Blvd. at 12th Ave.




















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VOTE "YES"

ON'THE

Broward Drainage District Referendum

This referendum ought to carry, BIG. It's the ONE THING that will help the Back Country.
And the Back Country will then help the town.
Lauderdale needs the Glades worse than the Glades need Lauderdale. Lauderdale can't live
on tourists. SHE MUST PRODUCE.
That means her Everglades must be farmed. Then, as in Dade County, factories will follow.
These will bring pay-rolls, and a YEAR-ROUND TOWN.
But the Everglades must have reclamation funds. Hence the Broward Drainage District must
sell its bonds.
But it must first have more people and more values in it. This the bond-buyers insist on.
This won't cost Lauderdale one cent. It will cost Broward County one little mill on the dollar, about
$7,000 or $8,000 per year.
But the new taxes and new business this will bring will turn this little outgo into a BIG INCOME.
Further, it will help pift a foundation under Lauderdale, and make it a city.
Do you know how the Everglades have-been carrying the Coast?
Do you know Broward's Everglades have paid in $700,000 or $800,000, most of which has
helped build the Coast, rather than the Everglades?
Do you know tHat, for 15 years, most of the 20,000 old Everglades buyers have been barred
out from their own properties, kept from voting, and taxed without representation?
Do you want to keep this up? Do you know that, badly as it hurts the Everglades buyers, it
hurts you still worse?
If you want to do justice to Evergladers and yourself at the same time, VOTE "Y E S" on
this referendum.
Some have said, "We won't vote any more money to the old Board."
But do you know that these men are all out?
You ask, "Who will follow them?" I answer, "Let the Everglades owners name their own
board, by petition; and then let us all petition the Governor to appoint them. If, later, the Ever-
gladers want these men removed, let the Governor remove them." That's POPULAR GOVERN-
MENT, and it's the solution of this problem.
VOTE "YES." And then help the Evergladers get their own kind of a Board.

THOMAS E. WILL,
209 S. W. Sixth Ave., City.

Wright Printery
W. Broward Blvd. at 12th Ave.




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