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Title: The Clewiston news
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Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: July 23, 1937
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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VOLUME 11, XU3IBER 28 ... CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 23, 1937 SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 YEAR ;

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Ii' TAj{ CERTIFICATES\ I BROWN REPORTS ON Emergency New HospitalIn Home Hendry County To Vote ]



TO BE SOLD ON KIWANIS CONVENTIONAT I i -- On Taking In N. LaBelle '

The Clewiston Emergency Hospital -I :
! I operated by the United States
II CLE\VISTOfi LOTS CLUBMEETING. Sugar Corporation moved into its J

I new formerly home known this week.as the The Watanabe building I Beardsley Regrets 1 1I ELECTIOX THE FIRST DATE TUESDAY IS SET FOR. .',

Gideon H. Brown, delegate from
IX SEPTEMBER
I Hotel has been completely renovatedand )
certificates the Clewiston Kiwanis Club at the I E.D.D. Board StrifeJ.
remodeled Into a splendid hospital -
tall under' the provisions of House annual convention of Kiwanis Inter- I building. A copy of House Bill 1924, an act ,
Bill 396, the disputed "MurptyBill" ; national, was the speaker at the. passed by the 1937 legislature en- *
have been made of Clerk W. T. meeting this week, giving a reportof On the first floor are waiting E. Beardsley, Clewiston mem- larging the boundaries of Hendry ., J
Hull the advertisementis of the rooms, doctor's office, X-Ray room, ber of the Everglades Drainage Dis- 1
and required the various sessions con- county so as to include the portion
appearing in the Hendry County vention and the activities in con- ,I operating room, nurse's office, room trict board, expressed deep regret i of Glades county now known as J1

j- News, LaBelle, with 11 o'clock nection with it. for surgical dressings, examinationroom yesterday that the harmony with North LaBelle was received: this j
July 29th set as the hour for the Mr. Brown is the first delegate. ward, two private rooms anda which the board has been operatingin I week by Hendry county officials and ;
'sale. from the local club' to attend a national -! wing for colored emergency pa- its long-drawn out and difficult is reproduced in full below. The ref- \:i
tients. struggle to negotiate a sound financial erendum election the question is tf'
j The Murphy bill providing for convention, .ana a fortunate I additional on .
the sale of these certificates to the circumstance gave the club the opportunity The nurse's room, and basis for the district had been to be held In Hendry county on the %

highest bidder for cash has been attacked of having a representativeat private rooms are located on the sec- I disrupted. I First Tuesday,, in September, the ?
__ as unconstitutional in sev- the meeting. Mr. Brown married I ond floor. There was a stormy back-fire over seventh day of that month. Citizens 1
'-' eral counties of the state. Conflict- an Indiana girl and their honey- The interior of the building has the recent appointment "of Fred H. of North LaBelle will also Vote in ":?;
been plastered, lavatories have been Kent Jacksonville this election. j
ing rulings have been made by var- moon was planned to include a motor I attorney, as attorney -
ious circuit court judges, and it is trip to visit her relatives in Indiana installed in every room, a electric for the board. W. R. Chalker, House Bill No. 1924 -','J 1t 1
call system with a button beside I ,
West Palm Beach contractor
and also to attend the convention in was '
at before the State Supreme
present
i each bed has been installed. All An act Extending and Enlarging .
in Indianapolis.Mr. appointed a member of the board by I! > |
with scheduled
Court ''
a hearing ,
the Boundaries of '
i windows are equipped with Venetian Hendry County, |
Governor to succeed Alfred
, the several Brown had a limited time for pone '
next
i days.Meanwhile blinds. Both interior and exteriorof H.I Florida, so as to Inclue Therein Ter- *
his trip so was only, able to spend Wagg. I ,
circuit clerks are proceeding Now Included Within the r '
the hospital have been painted ritory
1 The district, for the first time
at the which I
one day convention hap- I
under instructions from the white. Boundaries of Glades County, Florida ,r:
I many years, seems on the point of I
to be
pened registration and I
supreme court to continue holdingthe open- and providing for a Referendum
The hospital is in charge of Dr. "
being able to refinance its obliga- '
ing day. He heard inspirational talks I
sales but to refrain from the Election. *
ac- -
O. F. Schiffli, physician and surgeon,
tions through an RFC loan, which I i
tual delivery of the certificates un- by many great leaders in Kiwanis and Miss Laura Matteson, registered obtained. !i BE IT ENACTED: BY THE LEG- ,
was recently Special leg-
til after the supreme court hearing. including International President J. nurse. 'ISLATURE OF THE STATE OF '.:
adve.rtised Copeland Callen. He ,also attended islation was passed at the last session -I FLORIDA: ,,; 9
Clfewiston lots being of the legislature which enabledthe :
several committee :'w
meetings duringhis Section 1. That the existing \
include: visit in district' to meet the requirements /,1
Indianapolis. I I
Lots 23 thru 30, block 26; lot 15, Following Mr. Brown's report, J. DOWLING EXPLAINS under which the loan was granted. I Flor-ida I ''\
block 138 lot 4 139 lots 10 At the time of Chairman
; block ; E. Beardsley reported to the club Wagg's i larged and extended so as to comprise
and 11, block 141 lot' 4, block 156 sudden death he was on a trip to '
; ; as a member of a committee which I and include the following described .:
S lot 1 block 159; lots 6 and 7, block investigated the advisability of the I NEW LAW REGARDING New York where he had met and I additional territory, now described :

161; lot 12, block 162 ; lot II, block clubs of the town opening a com conferred with attorneys for the as follows: -.

167; lots, 12 and 26, block 171; lots munity center. The old hospital SALT WATER FISHINGAn bondholders. j 1 East one-half of Section thirty- ,)
6 ,and 10, block 1951;' lot 5 block Building, vacated this week, has James H. Franklin of Hialeah, t I one and all Section 32, Township ,.iJ i

1\, 196; lots 4 and 20, block 201; lots been offered for the purpose by the for many years vice-chairman of the I 'forty-two, south, Range Thirty-two -.
(4, 5, 6, 10, 13, block 202; lots 17, Clewiston Realty and Development interview with Associated board, is serving until members elect east. Glades'County, Florida. i'':$...
18, 19, block 203; lots 5, 12, block corporation. It was hoped that the Press representatives Sunday R. L.t i I a chairman. That; said territory herein and -;;>1
204; lots 2, 3, 19, 20, block 381; Kiwanis and American Legion might Dowling, state conservation commissioner It is to be hoped that the discon- hereby added to Hendry County, .:*1,
lots 9 and 15 block, 498. combine in the undertaking. The stated that criticism of the I I tent recently evidenced can be 'over- Florida, shall, after this law be- '

:Most of the descriptions appear to committee reported however that it new salt wat r fishing laws passed i come and the splendid plans which comes effective, be as much a portion ,
cover vacant lots. seemed inadvisable at the present by the 1937 legislature resulted from ,I are the result of several years' cooperative of laid Hendry county as if originally "

I time, due to the fact that the initial a misunderstanding of the law and labor on the part of all incorporated therein. "

A Bitting Uurges SugarS outlay for repairs to the building went on to give an explanation cf board members can be carried to Section 2. The Clerk of the Circuit ,

and the necessary changes in par-I some of the points of' the law whichhav'e fruition. Court, the County Judge, the Tax: '.
Legislation Be Stopped titions would be too expensive.The not been entirely clear Assessor and other officers having ; r
committee members who I Of particular interest here is the! Lake Would Be Held custody of public records, or their ,\
-- made the decision were Mr. Beards- part of the law dealing with licenseson authorized agents or deputies of :;

Clarence R. Bitting, president of ley, C. 'V. Parkinson, W. C. Owen boats used in salt water fishing. To 17-14 Foot Range Hendry county, shall procure from ',.:
the United States Sugar Corporation, and E. E. Kelley. Lake Okeechobee is rated as !saltwater the records in the offices of said ,
this week called on congress to drop and the regulations passed for -- officers in Glades county a trans'y,'

all sugar legislation in view of the boats on salt water will be effective A set of regulations timing the cript of all deeds, transfers, leases, ;
55 international sugar agreement expected Stone Planning ErectionOf I on the Lake.A opening 'and closing of dams in Ca- mortgages, or other conveyances of "

,,. to become effective on Sep- boat license is to be required loosahatchee and St. Lucie canals I real or personal property, and all
tember 1. New Home HereJ. on all boats of sixteen feet or less with a view to keeping' Lake Okee- judgments, orders and decrees, and
:- In letters to members of the sen- ', engaged in salt water fishing, chobee water at a level not lower any and all other matters of record,
ate and house Bitting, one of the !whether commercially or for sport I I than 14 feet nor higher than 17 feet (Continued on page S)
'largest producers in the United A. Stone is planning the erection -; and whether used solely by the own is reported to have been devised by I

States, said he believed it was 'on of a five room house, on Royal er of by others. This license fee is.I C. C. Shrontz, associate engineerin Two Homes Sold ",
ly fair" that the agreement would Palm avenue and has a crew of men $1.50 for each boat.: Boats longer the office of the U. S. District Engineer -|
have opportunity to work out. at work this week clearing the lo- than sixteen feet must pay an addi-,, at Jacksonville. Copies of

"Therefore", he added, "no sugar cation. The house will be situated tional twenty cents for each Toot i I the formula have been received at Here This WeekSale
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<, legislation should be enacted until on lot 11, block 172. over that length. An additional license I the office of the Okeechobee Flood

I :,'::" the agreement has been effective fora Plans call for the construction cfa tax of $25.00 is required from Control District in West Palm Beach. of two ''homes this week has
sufficient time to indicate clearlyits frame house with a 12 by 20 foot non-residents who own boats fishingin I The meaning of the new regula- been announced by the Clewiston
effects on American sugar con- living room, two 12 by 12 bedrooms, Florida salt waters. I tions or formula, appears to be no
Federal Savings and Loan Associa-
ditions." each with commodious clothes closets I Mr. Dowling stated further that I more than that the permissable tion, which handled both deals.
President Roosevelt and Secre- a large bathroom and a 12 by the reason for these licenses was to height of Lake Okeechobee has been
taries Hull and Wallace, he said, 12 kitchen. There will be a small I II raise sufficient funds to properly patrol -I raised from 16 to 17 feet. For many W. E. Bolton, assistant field sup- "
entrance porch. 26 windows will the War Department held to 16 erintendent for the United States
deserved great credit for the agree- pro the salt water fishing groundsand years
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ment reached by 21 nations., I vide ample ventilation.The enforce existing laws. He said I feet; now that the lakeshore levee ,'Sugar corporation, purchased the G.
"The agreement nations, walls and ceilings of the entire that most of the, complaints had has been raised to elevation 34 feet B. Thomas home on Crescent Drive.
not among individuals, among as was the I house will be of three ply wood, I been from sport' fishermen and he II from the former 21-foot' elevation, Mr. Bolton and his brother and sis
case with the Chadbourne plan I with a natural finish. The roof will felt sure that they would: be willing i l the permitted Increase to 17 feetis ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ben E. Bolton -

(which it succeeds) should place the be a composition roof of 90 pound to' approve of the law when 'they. i natural. will occupy the home.
thoroughly understood it. Associate Engineer Shrontz has Keathley Bowden, editor of the
industry of the world, as 'well felt.Mr. 1
b.sugar, the Stone, who is a builder by' One great point of misunder- had a long connection with matters Clewiston News, purchased the F.
as sugar consuming public, on
a sound economic basis," Bitting trade, will supervise the construction -I I standing was the clause relating to relating to Lake Okeechobee. He M. Wright home on Osceola Avenue.,
said. himself. The home will cost ap-. licenses' for fishing' and rumors had was engineer of South Florida Conservancy Mir. Bowden and his family moved
I proximately $4,000. been that exhorbitant license:; fees i District from the inceptionand in Monday.
would be exacted from non-residents' assisted in the preparation of .
Both sales were made through
', Supreme Court Curbs II WATER. DROPS WEDNESDAY wishing to fish in Florida waters. I' data on which the War Department loans obtained from the Clewiston

I Murphy Tax Bill IN 'l'HIU .I\lIL.Ij: : UAJNAJU\"No citizen, alien or non-resident is i engineers planned the height of the Federal Savings and Loan Associa-
required to pay a license for catching levees.
tion.
I (Moore The relation of 16-foot lake level
Haven Democrat)) fish for pleasure or for his or
The Florida Supreme Court on Residents were considerably sur- her own use, providing the catch is and 21-foot level elevation was bas-
., "" Tuesday of this week ordered clerks prised Wednesday morning when not sold," Mr. Dowling said. Those I ed on the observation that storms Religious Census' Is
.': of circuit court throughout the they looked at the Caloosahatchee who sell fish must pay a license.. i raised the lake waters as much) as '
'state to deliver no more tax certif- canal and discovered that it had I 4 or 5 feet. With 17 feet as the max- Taken In Clewiston I II
: icates sold under the disputed Murphy dropped several feet during the Charlotte Co. Asks For I I'niini lake level and the levee at 34-I
: : Bill of the 1937 Legislature until night and were alarmed for fear that foot elevation, the- "freeboard" is
I the court had passed on the val- it was a condition which might last State Farm LaboratoryMoore increased 12 feet.-from 5 feet to I A religious census of Clewistonwas
idity of the act. A hearing is set I: sometime. Boats in, the shallower 17 feet. taken this week by A. B. Brit-
, ;, for July 28 which should determine slips were high and dry and house- The new formula is more practicable ain, representing the Baptist State
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1 the constitutionality of the act, boats tied closely to the bank were ( Haven Democrat) I than the old, because the earlier Board. The census requested the
under which land owners are able to leaning over, at a sharp angle.It An appropriation made by the 1937 formula was purely theoretical, name of every resident with his age
buy up tax certificates at a fractionof is understod that the reason Legislature of $15,000 for the establishment -I the means of control being lacking; and church membership or prefer-
the amount of the taxes assessed for this drop was a misinterpretationof r of a laboratory for study- now, with Caloosahatchee and St.
against the delinquent property. orders by lock-tenders at Ortona. ing plant diseases which harass Lucie canal deepened and opened ence.The board decided upon the survey -
Sales under the act will not be The locks here had been discharging growers of Manatee, Charlotte, Sar- their full length, discharge of .surplus in order to determine the ad-
stopped but delivery of the certifi- water for some time and were asota and Hendry counties is avail- water from the lake Is actually visability of establishing a Baptist
cates will be withheld. Those most closed Tuesday afternoon. The spill- able for use as soon as It Is settled accomplished in practice and In church here. The results were to be
interested in redemption of their tax way gates at Ortona were not clos- where the laboratory is to be locat i greater volume.-Everglades News.G. sent to the Church's state headquarters -
'..; delinquent property are moving ed at the same time and the water ed. While most of the counties would :I in Jacksonville
Slowly at this time until the supreme continued to flow through until like to have the laboratory, Char B. Thomas and 'Ed Thomas of is of the state's
Mr. Britain one
court decision is given Comptroller morning. The gates were then clos- lotte county, because of being more I Safety Harbor spent two days In U. workers and has just
J. M. Lee ordered the deliv- ed and the locks here opened so that I nearly a central location in the four Clewiston the latter part of the B. Y. P.
ery of certificates withheld last week I by Wednesday night late the normal counties Is considered the most likely week, and moved the Thomas' completed teaching, summer coursesin and at
Okeaehobeo
but many of the clerks disregardedhis i elevation had been gained. The fact county for the station. household goods to Safety Harbor. that work at
order In view of the decision of | that the elevation could be raised County Agent G. C. Hodge was Mrs G. B. Thomas, who was reappointed Belle Glade.A .
Judges Whltehurst and Harrison In so quickly Is believed to have pre- Invited to LaBelle Monday to meeta to teach In the Clewiston similar religious census was
this district, who declared the act I vented any damage of any sort by delegation of Charlotte county school will return here for the school conducted this summer In other

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. THE CLEWISTON NEWS, FRIDAY, JULY 23, 1937
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Rebels Fall from Madrid ,/ Enforce
Simple
News Review of Current Events
rebel forces which took aeon Upcience
i SPANISH after the city's first suc- g Rules of Road to

cessful siege are still finding Madrida
CLOUDS OVER .
WAR CHINA
tough nut to crack. In a two-day Cut Traffic Toll '

battle the loyalist forces broke
" Japs See Little Hope for Truce 13 Senators Hold I through the siege lines about the i =

Court Bill in Balance Steel Mills Smoke Once More city, captured the villages of Villa- i Drivers in Mishaps Must:
neuva de la Canada and Brunette, '

. and threatened to cut the besieging Sc Sery/ke Appear for HearingsBy

rebels off from their main forces.So .

/ vtlhd w Pick ziut nearly successful was the at- Science Service.WNU Service.
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tempt to rout the 'rebel forces that ROBERT D. POTTER

:j' SUMMARIZES THE WORLD'S' WEEK the latter were forced to admit new Ex-Mental Patient Science Service Writer.

(( Western Newspaper Union. troops might have to be withdrawn Washington.-As the Leagueof

from other fronts, delaying temporarily Warns
Nations has
DissipationLeads long since
New Sino-Japanese Conflict? the drive on Santander, next
rebel objective on the Biscayan found out, you can set up all

,t'. WAR between believed China almost and inevitable Japan H .t L z: S. 9:'' coast. The loyalists were reportedto to CollapseShun sorts or rules and regulationsbut

: :g. have recaptured 100 square milesof their
( as hopes of settling a new outbreak $ t. success depends on
territory about Madrid.
of hostilities by diplomatic means the kind of enforcement which
......"",: faded out. The fighting Meanwhile, the fall of Bilbao was Bad Temper, Drink
(? ":,:'I goes along with them. Some-
to
expected to add 150,000 refugees
f' : .;\ 'J l ensued as Japanese attempted -- the constant stream pouring into and Love-Nests, He SaysBy thing of the same kind of situ-
: ,, gendarmes
rt, '" < to takeover, ; P3 a, loyalist Valencia. ation exists in regard to the in-

<'i.:'/. v the policing of Yu- -*- MARJORIE VAN DE 'WATER tricate and varied traffic laws

' :":. r::-- anping and Lukow- Bingham's 4th of July Science Service Staff Writer. and regulations which are in-

?y kiao, two villages in ar >Y ird R OBERT WORTH BINGHAM, New York. Bad temper, visibly but firmly wound

;:: ;\.J .. the Peiping area, United States ambassador to greed and overweening ambition around driver of
.F',,: ,g near Marco Polo every a motor
': .\ M 0 h'" d' bridge. This, the c ,urn, ru nent American to bring down the
r"l Japanese said, wasprovided fury of Nazi Germany's officialdomand ing on of mental disease, by ica today.

:, ; for in the Collins Brown histori- The and
'" :1 press when, in an Independenceday ;Henry current encouragingtrend
China truce.
i ., Emperor North George Gershwin: Dead at 38. speech before the American an-founder of the Museum of among thinking traffic experts
, ; According to the
a society in that city he declared Un- today is toward simplification rather
: Ilirohito assertions of the ,the City of New York, himselfa
.. cle Sam had been forced by the dictator than an augmentation of the traffic
": Japanese war office, Chinese soldiers until becomes patient for about three
court some new appointee countries to join Britain in an yearsin rules. Four simple, basic "rulesof

fired upon the gendarmes and openedup seventy-five. armament race. Mayor LaGuardiaof | a state hospital for mental the road" are suggested by Dr.

with trench mortars against the -itI. New York and Cardinal Munde- ,;patients and now recovered. H. C. Dickinson, chief of the heat

Japanese contingent at the Yuanping C. I I. O. Steel Grip Loosens lein of Chicago had been other recent Mr. Brown's own breakdown oc- and power division of the national
station. This action
allegedly compelled .
bureau of standards in
Nazi targets. when at the of sixty- Washingtonand
of the C. I. O. Icurred age
; the Japanese to make a night THE grip con- chairman
: of the important high-
The ambassador was quoted as [five, he was removed from the mu-
loosen in the steel
assault, costing 20 lives, in order to to
research board of the National
{ saying: "There must be some (of seum in which were tied up all his way
three steel
strike big independent
occupy the towns of Lungwangmiaoand as
Bethlehemand the dictatorships) who realize that hopes and dreams and he "was replaced Research council.
corporations-Republic
It said ,
.Tungshinghwan. was
they have imposed the British by He did Condensed in summary these
upon a younger man.
Sheet & Tube-
; the Chinese troops had also ad- Youngstown
commonwealth and the United rules are:
did be-
than two-thirds of not "lose his mind, not
vanced into these points. reported more
"
Officials of Hopei-Chahar council their idle mill hands had returnedto States an armaments race. come confused in his thoughts, but 1. Stick to your own lane of traffic

' .' claimed the Japanese moves work. This covered plants in Ohio "We did everything in our powerto he entered a long period of depres- with but two thoughts in mind.
: avert it, but it is a race, and the 'sion during which he ceaselessly Watch the car ahead and warn tho
#:. were in open violation of the truce. ,and Pennsylvania. Inland, the fourthof
British and ourselves must inevita- paced the floor without rest. car behind when you do anything
s;.: They further accused the Japanese the steel independents, announcedthat
bly win. I admit the strongest argument "Early in my sojourn I became which changes your movement in
,:' of conducting night army maneu- it was operating with its nor-
that can be made for dic profoundly impressed with the large your own traffic lane.
,vers, using real bullets instead of mal force of 13,000 in Indiana sinceit
the blanks ordinarily employed in and the Steel Workers' Organizing tatorships-they offer a better meth- number of cases that were what I Wait for Other's Signal.
od of for But I classed Mr. Brown
preparing war. as preventable,
maneuvers. As Emperor Hirohitoand Committee signed a compact 2. Realize that you have no rightto
Premier Fumimaro Konoe conc with the state labor commission.Steel am sure that democracies providea said in summing up these impres- cross or turn into another traffiQ

ferred with military leaders and the production in the Youngstown, better way to finish a war." sions in "A Mind Mislaid," pub- lane. You do so at your own risk
The Nazis charged that the ambassador lished by Dutton. "That is to
cabinet, the Japanese people frantically Ohio, area, one of the principalscenes say, and must not do so without proper
; had insulted Germany and they were the result of causes that
of strike violence climbedto
s prepared for the war that signal.
Italy with his "arrogance and ig could be avoided. They were the
76 cent of 3
loomed. capacity
per per 3. Change from your own traffic
norance. Voelkischer Beobachter, direct and natural of
China's Nanking government gave centage points above the operating consequences lane only after having given a specific
the official added "If the risks chosen the
: deliberately by
orders to Gen. Sung Cheh yuan, figure'before the start of the strike. newspaper signal or by a clear indicationby
there is talk of defense thenwe themselves. And of
any patients ,
commander of the North China The Youngstown Sheet and Tube the motion of your car. BUT, do
S forces, that his army was not to re- plant in East Chicago, Ind., an- should speak of defense againstthe course, when things went wrong, as not complete the movement until

} treat for any reason, but was to be nounced that it would open to 7,000 arrogant and teacher-like atti- they invariably did, one or two per- you have received a signal from the

prepared to make the "supreme employees without benefit of written tude of" the defenders of western sons smashed up as a consequence. I other driver that he will yield hs
ideals. and excessive
sacrifice" to hold its position until agreement with the C. I. O. A "Philandering right of way.
furnished the
Gen. Chiang Kai-shek should arrive Youngstown vice president force- drinking largest con-
4. At no time exceed such speeds
over the Peiping-Hankow railroad fully denied that the company had Navy Hunts for AmeliaF Brown tingent declared.of.these. casualties, Mr. that your car cannot be stoppedin

with 50,000 fresh troops.China's made any agreement with the steel OUR ships of the United States "Love nests but its own traffic lane before inter- ,
rear nothing
demands for a truce were affiliate of John L. Lewis' organization navy, with attendant airplanes; 'cuckoos.' That is a piece of 'bug- fering with other traffic in this lane,

t considered intolerable by the Jap- as Gov. Clifford M. Townsendhad two ships of the Japanese navy, house' philosophy worth remembering. or with traffic which may reason-
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anese government. They included: publicly announced. and a British freighter scoured the I ." ....,. ably be expected to enter your lane
'; 1. Japan must assume responsibility even without a right to do so.
vast wastes of the South Pacificin Particularly, Mr. Brown warns

for the "incident. Mr. Eden Has a Plan an effort to find and rescue'Amelia I against the dangers, mental as wellas Dr. Dickinson, however, is not

2. Japan 'must express 'regret. Earhart Putnam, America'sNo. physical, of intense merely content to set up such sim-
to maintain the non-inter- anger.
3. Japan must pay damages to the pLANS of 1 woman flyer, and her navi- "We have all known men who allow ple basic rules. He knows that on
Chinese patrol in
f:; and submit guaranties Spain a
gator, Fred Noonan. The pair had themselves to in the proper enforcement rests their
get a toweringrage
fashion that will satisfy all the
against such incidents in the future. nations -
been forced down before completing effectiveness.Get .
trivial
over some mat-
concerned and insure very
Japan made counter demands at against
the 2,570-mile hop from New ter," said Mr. Brown. "Perhaps if Both Parties in Court.
the
first reported to be accepted by the spread of t h e
r: ;; Guinea to Howland island, a "leg"of
Chinese ; conflict the that man knew that he might snap traffic accident Dr.
later repudiated by them. d! 4t.5; beyond their 'round-the-world Any says
flight.
one of the numerous delicate tissuesof
These were: Spanish borders Dickinson, means that one of the
45 1. Withdrawal of all Chinese have blown about Signals received from the hapless the brain, causing him to spendhis four basic rules has been violated.It .

troops from the area about Marco like papers in a flyers were 'so weak that it was old age in an insane asylum, is probable that both parties have

', Polo bridge. storm. And when impossible to tell whether they were he might very readily learn to con- been guilty in this respect and the '
afloat at sea or marooned on some
;f". 2. Punishment for "the Chinese .4 3 you get right downto trol himself. fact of the accident itself shouldbe
tiny island, and as the days passedit
;N responsible for the conflict." it, that is about prima-facie evidence of such
became doubtful that of
' ; 3. Adequate control of all anti- j all they have radio which many No Trace of Air Foundon violation. A consideration of each
,' the servedas
Japanese activities in North China. s : amounted to. messages accident in this fashion would put it
1r clues for the searchers were the Planet
/. 4. Enforcement of measures Now AnthonyEden Mercury up to the fellow who had not via
from the two at all.
.:: against communism. Britain's for- lated the rules of safety to show-
h As the fighting continued in the eign secretary, has So alarmed was the world at the Cambridge Mass. -The that he had not.Consequently.

Peiping area, with no hope of an Anthony come up with a new loss of Amelia and her companion, planet Mercury has no trace of states Dr. Dickinson -
the United States even sent out the
effective compromise on the two na- Eden one, as deft and per- giant aircraft carrier Lexingtonwith atmosphere, observations of ,-' both parties should be requiredto

tions' demands, war seemed the haps as futile as any which have 98 planes aboard, which, it the recent transit of Mercurythe appear at a hearing on the acci.
probable result. gone before it. It provides for .dent in question.
-it- the full re-establishment of land was said, could explore an area of ( planet passing across the

36,000 square miles in five or six disk of the made at Har-
< Struggle in the Senate and sea control of movements of hours. sun) Oldest Land Plant Is

: men and arms into Spain. French vard's astronomical station at
I Democratic senators
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TWELVE and one Farmer-Laborite were and British warships would patrol : Bloemfontein, South Africa, in- Discovered in Sweden
" the coastline with German and Ital- Triple Split for Palestine
believed to hold the fate of the dicate. There was no luminous ...
ian observers aboard (the Fascist .
, administration's substitute for theE PALESTINE would be split into Mass. Theworld's
- nations arc around the planet, indicat- Cambridge -
indignant over the
;: original bill which would increase Leip- three parts and British man-
zig incident, have withdrawn from ing no air. oldest land plant, esti-
t the number of Supreme court date over the whole country ended, '
the patrol.) This Best astronomical evidence mated to be about 500,000,000
L. justices to 15. The administration arrangementwould according to suggestions made by was

was certain that the bill would receive operate only until a per- the royal commission on Palestineand that Mercury, like the moon, was years old or almost twice as old
manent scheme could be workedout without air that it
delivered to the British completely any
; at least 39 votes, with 49 govern- as previously discovered speci-
to placing observers for the non- ment. The commission was formeda may have had having escaped into
a majority.
necessary Forty-
intervention committee in all long, long But the evidence mens, has been detected from
three senators were definitely com- non- year ago to find some way of put- space ago.
mitted against it. Thirteen Spanish seaports and airports from ting an end to Arab-Jewish riots. for the lack on Mercury was its fossil remains by a Harvard
were
which men and supplies might leave less detailed than for the moon.
still uncommitted as the battle Under the new plan, about two- scientist.The .

raged on the senate floor and in the for Spain, and in all Spanish portsto thirds of Palestine would be con- primitive shoot, found in

cloakrooms.The see that none landed there. After verted into an Arab state and about Powdered Bone Used as black oil shale from Sweden, is be-

twelve uncommitted Demo- that, the sea patrol would be abol- one-third into a Jewish state. A lieved to have lived during the Cam-

crats were: Andrews (Fla.), Bone ished. small territory, including the holy : Remedy for PyorrheaNew brian era, a fact that substantially

(Wash.), Brown (N. H.), Caraway Mr. Eden's plan, of course, would cities of Jerusalem, Bethlehem and doubles the known age of higher
not work without the approval of Nazareth, and a corridor to the York.-Boiled powderedbone
- (Ark.), Duffy (Wis.), Johnson plant forms on earth.
(Colo.), Lewis (Ill), Murray the Nazis and Italians. sea, would be given to Great Brit- was suggested as a rem-

(Mont.), Overton (La.), Pep- --K- tain as a permanent mandate. It edy in pyorrhea and diseased Warn Children Against

per (Fla.), Russell, Jr. (Ga.) and Obituary in Blue is claimed that the plan would remove -

Wagner (N. Y.). ,Lundeen (Mum.) GEORGE GERSHWIN, composer the Arabs from Jewish dom- jaw bones at a faculty clinic at Playing With "Dry Ice"

was the FarmerLaborite.The jazz music up to ination, give the Jews a home and Columbia university school of

substitute for the original the level of the classics, died sud- protect Christian_*shrines._ dental and oral surgery here. Chicago.-Don't let children

Ashurst bill provides for appoint- denly in Hollywood after an operation Powdered bone was successful in "
ment of one new justice each year for brain tumor. He was thir- Lewis Scans the Sea treating pyorrhea and jaw bone get hold of "dry ice, warn Drs.

to every justice remaining on the ty-eight. His "Rhapsody in' Blue" JOHN L. LEWIS sought to expand damage in dogs. Dr. rank E. Max L. Som and A. Harry Neff-

court after reaching the age of was famous among the world's mu- ** the scope of his Committee for Beube reported.The son of New York city.

seventyfive"years.. sic lovers, his opera, "Porgy and Industrial Organization by invadingthe bone used was obtained from One of the popular neighborhood _

It'was believed that public opin- Bess" one of the most individually maritime industry. With Harry the long bones of sheep and cows. diversions is to beg or buy some _

ion would decide the commitmentof American of all musical works. His Bridges, west coast longshoremen'sleader This boiled powdered bone was carbon dioxide snow and to put a "

the senators "on the fence." If "Suwanee" sold more than 2,000- he sought to unify scattered packed into the holes surgically produced small piece of i' in the mouth. Then-

it becomes apparent that public 000, copies, his musical comedyscore maritime unions in one big indus- in the jaw bone to resemble the child will blow off "steam."

opinion is against the substitute as "Of Thee I Sing," was a trial organization dominated by the the holes produced by disease or in- These two physicians report the

it was against the original bill, it is Pulitzer prize winner, and some of C. I. O. The American Federation of jury. Within a few weeks new bone, case of a seven-year-old boy who,

likely that the administration lead- his compositions, such as "Strike Labor already has two strong unionsin natural cement layer, and other swallowed a piece of "dry ice," in

ers in the'senate will propose an Up the Band," "Soon," and "Some- the maritime field, so this action dental tissues had grown in to replace the Journal of the American Medi-

amendment preventing the substi- body Loves Me" were sung and brings Lewis into another point of those lost. In the case of pyorrhea cal Association. The boy is all right

') tute bill from including present danced to by millions.. Many prom- friction with William Green's or- a "quite loose" tooth was firm today, but it took a great deal or

members of the court. This would inent critics called him the most ganization. The nation has 250,000 in its socket after the powderedbone medical .reatmen' and surgery be-

postpone the enlargement of the original force in American music. marine and coastal workers. I I I treatment had healed the diseased fore the damage was repaired.
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THE CLEWISTON NEWS, FRIDAY, JULY 23, 1937

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VIMPROVEDW I i ; dUNDER' THE CHEERFUL CHERUB .
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UNIFORM INTERNATIONALSUNDAY and Phrases:

i' I wlways think I'll

| r, _"_ ;. do Qui timide rogat, docet negare.L. .
Lresson ..,,,,.. ...,, $e / rea."t things ( .) He who asks timidly, teaches .
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And then 1 never denial. -,:,

By REV. HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. Mihi cura futuri. (L.) My anx- ..
Dean of the Moody Bible Institute try.I iety is for the future. ..:'
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I Western of Newspaper Chicago. Union. b1PL a sit and Feel Hora e sempre. (It.) It is al- ;

I ways time. .
a.mbitiolJ.5Jhile.
-. Vox, et praeterea nihil. (L.) A

I I'' Lesson for July 25 The days whizzing voice, and nothing more; that is, t,

I j, sound without sense. .
LESSON TEXT-Exodus 12:21.28.: by. Tuum est. (L.) It is your own. :
GOLDEN TEXT-The Lord thy God hath t 3/ .;; p: R"hCM1 7) Les, affaires font les hommes.F. >
i i chosen thee to be a special people unto : : y a .
himself.-Deuteronomy 7:6. vCjf? ,, ( .) Business makes men. .
the Jour- '' > "'o Nxw y { J'ignore fart de flatter. F.
PRIMARY TOPIC-Ready for .a :? ; ; ti y :: ( ) I ':
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TOPIC-Ready to Start Home. : r. }, Si ,, J? p ,4. t ... '
I JUNIOR '
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INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOPIC- !\ / "nN /- ; /74/1 v.S.'iY 1
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How God Prepares a People. # nrhH.. ) !,.. c Humble de coeur. (F.) Lowly ;
YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPIC- h ut3.kxn"y,9/ } H'hU WNU Service. in heart. 'a
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for New Era.
Equipped a 7x: ix\t.t ''?r .
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"Let my people go"-such was ti: ";yyv 4_ >x'wY t.4t.?::1.<,y. Y\r' -''..y:::y.\yrky n.o3 i the word of the Lord to Pharaoh %oYr..wwvaw.&avu.x? ,1./raiw..aM''tx n .
Items of Interest
through Moses and Aaron. "Who is Bowling on the Green Is One of the Favorite Sports in,New Zealand. AROUNDthe >,j
the Lord, that I should obey his 9a .

r I! voice to let Israel go? I know not New Zealand Is Country of Scenic HOUSE >r. to, the Housewife }

i't the Lord, neither will I let Israel J;. ."<-\,

go" thus hardened Pharaoh his Wonders and Many Odd ParadoxesPrepared '.i
drawn for
The issue was so
I heart. When Drawers, Stick. B 1 k '
slice
off '
a c pinwheels. Grease a ':
of history.On .
,: one of the great struggles bold and mighty by National Geographic Society, British population of the whole lead or black lead pencil rubbedon shallow pan and lay in the pin- ;:_;
...,/ On one side was a the of Washington, D. C.-WNU Service country in the early 60's of the the edges of a drawer which wheels. Bake in moderately hot
monarch with all resources
the empire of Egypt, and on the ON DECEMBER 16, 1642, last century. As a ship nears the has become swollen from heat will oven until done, about 30 minutes. '..;.',
other unorganized multitude of Tasman stood on the end of its 6,000-mile journey from enable it to be opened and shut .!

slaves.an No, wait, on the other side deck of the Heemskirk in the the west coast of the United States, quite easily. Disagreeable Odor.The smell .

was Almighty God! The outcomewas South Pacific and gazed out to- or the 1,200-mile span from Aus- of new paint has a very bad effect .j

in doubt and through the tralia, it skirts the islands that stud Turnips Au Gratin.-For this on some people. To minimize it, ,:s:
never ward an unknown "great, high, the cobalt waters of Hauraki gulf, of water and
pail
unspeakable horror of the plagues tasty dish half-cook turnips.in boil- l.a sprinkle .!,
; !i we come to consider the last of the bold land." At the hands of an enters Waitemata harbor, and ing salted water, then cut into in it some hay and one or two "f

ten, the death of the first-born, with unimaginative cartographer the finally ties up at the very foot of fairly thin slices and drain, well. onions, freshly sliced. Stand this in "

which is joined 'the establishment new wavy lines added to the the thriving city. Arrange in layers in a buttered a room newly painted, and muchof

I of the Passover.The became New Zealand, aft- The early colonists chose well fireproof dish, and cover each layer the smell will be neutralized. ,..;
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map
Passover is of sufficient importance when they staked out this harbor- of turnip with grated cheese, *
of "
to justify careful study er the Netherlands Province side settlement that once served a seasoning of pepper, and some Cooking: Cabbage. Cabbage '-1

simply as the perpetual feast of Zeeland, to which it bears not the country as capital and now is little dabs of butter. The last ,lay- should be cooked only until tender r::!

Jews, but to the Christian it is also the least resemblance. The in- the largest city in New Zealand. ers should consist of breadcrumbs when tested with a fork. Too much ?'J

a most blessed and instructive typeof appropriateness of its name, Long ago Nature's forces, notman's sprinkled with grated cheese and cooking results in changed color \
Christ who is, according to Paul, industry, reigned in this local dotted with butter. Bake in a mod- and an indigestible product. .
however is not the only para- Within radius of ten miles
ity. a
"our passover" (I Cor. 5:7). Let no erate oven until well browned. ...
dox of this British dominion of there are more than 60 burnt-out ::-
one who studies or teaches this lesson x* To Clean the Piano.-Use the
fail to to ,"the Lamb of the Far South. volcanic cones. Stand on the top '
point Brown B suction cleaner to dust
of Mount Eden of the best- Storing Sugar.- r o w n remove
one
God which taketh away the sin of Captain James Cook, who first preserved of the craters, which sugar will ''not become lumpy if from the inside of the piano, and 4

the world" (John 1:29)). explored the islands a century anda rises like an observation post near stored in an airtight jar. clean the keys with a soft cloth i

I. A Lamb Slain (v. 21). quarter later, took possession of the center of the city, and you see moistened with methylated spirit. ': :-:

The sacrifice appears, a gentle, them for his country only to have the once-fiery throats bulging or Meat Pinwheels.-Biscuit dough, Polish with a chamois leather. :'I

submissive lamb, a male without his claims rejected. Britain still later forming symmetrical cones on the left-over meat chopped'with onion, WNU Service. :.t
blemish, which is separated for the hoisted the Union Jack over the
landscape. carrot and parsley. Spiced tomato .
giving of its life that the firstbornin land to prevent French immigrants From this same vantage point it gravy. Make your favorite biscuit checks '.:'v'

Israel might be saved. from settling in the place they cher- is apparent how narrowly North dough and roll out fairly thick. Z-i;:
Notice i that God's instructionswere ished. The country's capital bears island divided in two. MALARIA
escaped being Spread the meat mixture over the
explicit, and were to be obeyed the: name Wellington, but the Iron The isthmus upon which Auckland surface, leaving an inch marginof 6 6 6 in three days '{

if there was to be redemption. Thereare Duke stood firm against the annex- sprawls, between the Waitemata dough uncovered. Then roll up COLDSLIQUID. .';
those in day who would ation.
our
harbor, looking out toward the Paci- dough and meat together, and
first
substitute and other method Many New Zealanders who have TABLETS day y
any every
fic, and the Manukau harbor,
open- :
Headache 30 minutes.
"" island'sshores SALVE NOSE DROPS ,
for God's revealed been from the
of salvation
never away
I' ing westward to the Tasman sea, ','
, F j I I plan. They talk about character de- and whose parents likewisewere is only eight miles wide. River Try Bab.My-Tlsm"-World'S Best LinimentDr. ::.)
I velopment, the redemption of the born in the Dominion, still estuaries and other indentations

l i social order, peace and politics, and speak of England as "home." I narrow it in places to a scant mile. VaVO'r.t /2 i
'I' forget the Lamb of God.II. Here in an area approximatelythe rlClprl Peery'a Vermifuge "Dead Shot" kills
almost "
Veritably water to
seems and expels worms in a very few hours. One
A Blood Salvation (vv. 22, 23). size of Colorado are, grouped encircle the redand greenroofedmaze dose suffices. It works quickly and surely. "
the snow-mantled peaks of Switzer- tke Week-- All Druggists. 60c. '.:;
The act of faith in marking the ; of the city's business blocks Lot "
lintel and the doorposts with the land, geysers of a Yellowstone, vol- and suburban residences.' DrPeerv'sVermifuge

blood, brought salvation to the fam- canic cones of Java and Japan,
ilies of Israel. Had they waited until and the lakes of Italy; the mineral Abounds in Flowers. Freezer Ice Cream. / '

tb3y could reason out the philosophy springs of Czechoslovakia, fiords of Business hovers close to Queen's 1 quart milk '

ir of their promised redemption, or Norway, seacoasts of Maine and street, which leads up from the 1 package ice cream powder (vanilla
I' had they shrunk from the blood as California, and waterfalls higher wharves, and in its adjacent nar- strawberry lemon, maple or choco. Wrlsrbts Pill Co..100 Gold Street N.T. City

their covering, their first-born would than Yosemite. row, twisting thoroughfares. But if late flavor)

have been slain. It was when the Largest and Smallest Pines. the people responsible for the city's Add milk very gradually to ice
growth have failed somewhat in cream powder, stirring until dis
destroying angel saw the blood that Glaciers slip down sharp moun-, Flies
them. town planning so far as the streetsare solved. Pour into ,freezer can;
he passed over tainsides from vast snow fields into
concerned, they have more than place in freezer and pack mixtureof
in time who
Many there are our subtropical bush. A short ride
exonerated themselves in providing cracked ice and salt aroundcan InstttsMosquitos
of the blood of
speak disparagingly through a in the southern Alps
,I Jesus Christ, but it is still the only will take pass one from impenetrable broad park spaces. (use 8 parts .ice to 1 part

way of redemption. "Without shed forests into barren tus- The parks seem almost number- salt). Turn slowly for 3 minutes,
;; ding of blood there is no remission." evergreen sock-covered lands. less. To them the flush'of the sub- then rapidly and continuously until -

It ill befits that is blase tropics gives perpetual freshnessand frozen. Makes IVz quarts ice
i an age so Now get"high test"F&L
New Zealand is the home of the
color. Flowers luxuriate all the
and sophisticated as ours to attemptto cream. IT KILLS and
massive kauri pines, some of which .
round. Even the race course Any of the following be
year
cover its dislike for God's way may does not play with bugs.
of redemption by suddenly becom- measure 22 feet in diameter and has an avenue of palms and extensive substituted for milk in this rec- .101 Powerful. Quick, yet safe '
i ing too cultured and sensitive to have reached hoary ages that rank beds of blooms that woulddo ipe: 1 quart rich milk or light f1J to humans and pets, and
them next to the sequoias. It alsois justice to botanical garden. 1 and 3 does not stain. Pleasant
: hear of the blood of the Lamb of a cream, cup cream cups p
the home of the smallest known odor. 4 sizes of packages.
I God shed on Calvary's tree for our One cannot move about Auckland milk, or 2 cups evaporated milk
cleansing from sin. representative of the pine-tree fam- long without the new War Memorial and 2 cups milk or water.
ily. Giant fuchsias grow to the museum claiming attention. It With chocolate ice cream powder, add WE UK. F&[ INSECTICIDELIFE'S
III. A Perpetual Memorial (vv. height of 40 feet; a white. buttercuphas stands out boldly, a massive white ?/4 cup sugar.

24-28). blooms four inches diameter; Grecian building, above the wide
God wants his people to rem em- flax is produced from a lily; man greensward on the heights of the
ber. We, like Israel, are to remember -
,has imported all of the mammals, Domain. Here housed treasures
are 5
01 the bondage from which we and many of the native birds can- from many lands, but most inter- i i
'-' were delivered. Down through the l PLUG
not
fly. esting of all is the comprehensive
the Jews have kept the Passover
ages -
The Maoris were the first-known
collection of Maori objects dis
I Our Hebrew neighbors do it colonists of these southern islands. play-the homes elaborately on carved
today. Let us honor them for their ,
Guided the stars and
only by a
storehouses implements
war canoes, war -
I obedience the to God's command and knowledge of the winds and ocean and handicrafts of that I L LIKE THAT By Fred Neher I
at same time seek to point themto currents, they boldly piloted their powerful native race.
the One who is the true Pass- slender double canoes from their Rolling southward in January
over, Jesus Christ.IV. .
homeland of "Hawaiki"
(
probably
from Auckland on the ribbon of -
Christ Our Passover (I Cor. Tahiti and the Cook islands) to the concrete and asphalt, you pass soon .BUB.BLES

I 5:7). shores of New Zealand in the Four- into smiling open country, check-
I, Let us add to the assigned lesson teenth century. Legend credits them ered with fields.Agriculture .

text this New Testament passage with having followed the sailing di-' was the task to which I

I which speaks of our Lord Jesus rections of the famous Polynesian the New Zealand colonists first directed I

Christ as "our passover sacri- navigator, Kupe, who is said to their efforts, but in the passing i
ficed for us." have preceded them by 400 years. years they have come to rely

\ The bondage in Egypt was terrible To the new land they gave the more and more on pastoral enter

in its afflictions and sorrows,' lilting, vowel studded name, Ao- prise. An experimental shipment of
but far more serious is the bondagein tea-roa, which is variously trans- frozen meat sent to England in 1882 '

which men find themselves under lated as "The Long White Cloud," pointed the way out of a pinching o '\ 0,tr
sin and the rule of Satan. Surely "The Land of Long Daylight," and depression that had followed the \0

there is need of divine redemption, "The Long, Bright Land." collapse of a land boom.

and there is none to bring it to us Here they lived, increased, Historic Battle Scenes.
but the Lamb of God. He was the warred'' against each other, and cul-
Today New Zealand butter and
One who without spot or blemishI tivated their taro and the more
other have attained
dairy products
( Pet. 1:19) able to offer him-
was important kumara, or sweet potato, world-wide distribution. Of more
self in our behalf that in him we which they brought with them. Then 0 A
than 4,300,000 cattle pasturing on
might find "redemption through his whalers missionaries and
uk came ,
the land, nearly half are dairy o
4 P blood (Eph. 1:7, Col. 1:14)). traders; and colonists arrived with stock. More than 28,600,000 sheep

"Is the blood upon the house of gunpowder, conflicting social stand- also range North and South islands,
my life? Is the blood upon the doorpost I ards, and the desire to carve out. making New Zealand the world's

of my dwelling place? Have ]I new homes. seventh largest sheep producing

put up against the divine judgment Principal City Thrives. country and the fifth largest in wool

some hand of self-protection? Ver- Protracted Maori wars, contested production.Near .
ily it will be swallowed up in the land claims, the discovery of gold, the little town of Mercerwas
great visitation. In that time noth- land booms, and a heavy depression the old frontier between Maori
ing will stand but the blood which -New Zealand passed through and colonist. The whole region is
God himself has chosen as a token them all before she settled downto historic ground, for here in 1863-4
and a memorial. 'The blood of Jesus economic equilibrium.With the Maori warriors tested the best C.-i.hrht 1931,by f'r.d N.hfn"I

I 'Christ; his Son, cleanseth us from its 221,300 people Auckland mettle of the British troops and long "
! all sin' (J' seph Parker). today has more than twice the made pioneering a perilous venture. always look there might be an old maid there.




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PAGE FOUR TIlE CLEWISTOJ !NEWS FRIDAY, JULY 23, f 1037

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visit. But of --- son's death. I iger and Janitor for the House Ways
of their many
The Clewiston News cause
and Means Committee, Rep. Warren
them have not, and they seem, to get -- ,
INTERESTING TRIBUTE In j' chairman of the committee on ac- I
quite a kick out of reading of the WASHINGTON .
Published every Friday In Clewiston, every-day .comings and goings of providing for an assistant messen-I (Continued on rags 5) ,jA

Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, their relatives and their friends. After NE4WS

Inc. about people, feelas '
reading you "

though you knew them, don't you? ;i NOTICE :

Keathley Bowden, Editor That's getting, a little far from

the subject-which was after all, NOTICE is hereby given that the following described lands, or so much
the exchanges. For instance, this thereof as will be necessary to pay the amount due for taxes herein set opposite -
Entered as second class mall mat- week we ,learned that a blind boy + to the same, together with the cost of such sale and advertising, will
ter February 1, 1927, at the Post was on the honor lOll at Stetson r be sold at public auction on the second day of August, 1937 beginning at
Office in Clewiston, Florida, under University. Five years ago someone twelve o'clock noon, at the City Hall of the City of Clewiston, Florida.

the Act of March 3, 1897. fired a birdshot at a group of boys FROM CONGRESSMAN II. Y. PATTERSON, Tax Collector, City of Clewiston.m .

who were "swiping" oranges. The J. HARDIN PETERSONFARM ...
Subscription rate, $2.00 per year. shot blinded one of them. Robert
Amount of Taxes
rates application. Barnett of Jacksonville, learned the ::= ui I
Advertising on
Description of Land .8. to a Owner .
Braille system at St. Augustine; he LOANS-The President ve- c:;. S 2 and Costs
I weekly column toed the bill for the continuation of <1J it ce c.i
entered Stetson, ran a .
\- to E-4 t c::::: <:
Devoted to the advancement and in the student newspaper, plac- the low interest rate on land bank l.lad'r'1r' t50'x115'

welfare of Clewiston and Hendry ed two articles in the first issue of and land bank commissioner loans,
County. but the House by an overwhelmingvote
magazine made
the Stetson literary ; Off S. End

4 A's and 2 B's in his studiesandif over-rode the veto, there beinga Lot 1 Block 6 First Bank of Clewiston __..$ 68.60

:you have been in college in recent feeling that these low interest S. 85' Off Lot 9 Block 9 Alston Drug Co. .....___..__..___.. 42.80
The scrap iron market is now you"ll admit that even B's rates should continue for a time fur- Lot 1 Block 17 A. M. Hopkins ...................... 3.70
years
dropping, but the price held up long are an achievement. We've never ther at least. Chairman Jones of- the Lot 2 Block 17 _......._... A. M. Hopkins .......___:........:_ 4.55
enough for many a discarded car Agricultural Committee and his committee Lot 13 Block 20 _...-__.._._ C. V. Parkinson ..............._.. 4.55
and piece of dredging equipment to seen Robert, and probably never had previously voted to ask Lot 23 Block 23 .......:_..: : -'., --' Hollis Lanier ......__................ 5.40
be removed from unsightly heaps. will, but we' get a thrill from his the House to over-ride. This bill con- Lot 24 Block 23 ............ Hollis Lanier ......_...;:....,..:..... 5.40
indomitable spirit. tinued the reduced interest rate on Lot 25 Block 23 ____..-...:.. Hollis Lanier ..........__.....:.i..... 5.40
I Another lad of whom we expect bank Lot! 26 Block 23 .__.:....... Hollis Lanier _...._.................. 5.40
land loans at'3 1-2 % for the ,
The Plant a Poinsiana campaign Lot 30 Block 23 Colts, Inc. ............_........._..__. 6.25
being conducted in South Florida great things is Bertie Crum, 18 year year 1938, 4 % for the fiscal year Lot 31 Block 23 Colts, Inc. ............._..........___. 6.25 "

should be extended to every spot on old Brooksville boy. In the Brooks- 1939.. The decreased rate on commis- Lot 32 Block 23 ......__.:__ r Colts, Inc. .__................._.__..... 6.25
the map where this lovely tree ville paper we read that he plans to sioner loans also was carried for- Lot 23 Block 26 .._......... ., ', ".'. B. W. Jenks, Sr. ........_...._.... 4.55
tree that enter the University of Florida next ward. The message has not been acted Lot 24 Block 26 'q B. W. Jenks, Jr. ................ 4.55
There is no can .
glows. I year and pay his own expenses from upon by the Senate due to the fact Lot 25 Block 26 ........... i' ; B. W. Jenks, Jr ......_......... 4.55!
compare with it in beauty. It provides the earnings of his livestock. Four that, they were engaged in the court Lot 26 Block 26 ,' B. W. Jenks, Jr. .....__.......... 4.55

shade in summer, ,sheds its started with brood fight at the time of Senator Robin- Lot 27 Block: 26 ..___...... ,' ,.. _' D.V.. Jenks, Sr. _..........-....... 4.55
foliage to allow the warm wintersun years ago one Lot 28 Block 26 ......__..:. ,,'" B.: W. Jenks Sr. ..............._.. 4.55
to penetrate. We hope thous- sow of Florida stock; bought with ----- Lot 29 Block 26 ___..___.... '; '. '. B. W. Jenks, Sr. .._.......___...._ 4.55

ands are planted to transform the money earned by his labor. By work- Lot 30 Block 26 c B. W. Jenks, Sr. .........___..._.. 4.55
scenery In a few years. ing in return for hogs and saving his bama. Lot 1 Block 27 ......_.._;_ '. Anna M. Hopkins ...... ..__..... 5.40
best sows he now has 125 head of The pest, known' as the Argentine Lot 2 Block 27 ........_... ,.j Anna M. Hopkins __...:.......... 5.40
blood Lots 3 & 4 Block 27 .._. :; The Bromar Corp .........._... 102.30
hogs. By purchasing pure weevil is said to be more des- .
One of the best evidences of har- even Lot 19 Block 27 ............ The Bromar Corp. ............_.__ 5.40
boars, he improved the purity of tructive than the boll
mony in the Democratic party and weevil and Lot 20 Block 27 The Bromar Corp. .............. 5.40
the finest display of good sports- his stock. He now has ,12 head of the pest attacks not only cotton but I Lot 27 Block 27 Elmer G. Case ..._................ 2.85

manship in political circles was the beef cattle, one horse, and 15 acres corn, peanuts, sugar cane, and velvet : Lot 28 Block 27 Timer G. Case ..........".....:.... 2.85
election of' Senator Alben Barkley of planted to peanuts and chufas. He beans as well. ] Lot 29 Block 27 ; ,- Elmer G. Case .......... ......... 2.85
paid all his expenses through high Lot 30 Block 27 ,__.......... Elmer G. Case ........__:____..... 2.85
leader to succeed The infestation is believed to have "
Kentucky as party Lot 31 Block 27 Elmer G. Case .._..............:.. : 2.85
the late Joe Robinson. With every school and in addition to the stock been brought to this country by Lot 18 Block 36 'W. T. FergsonFergson ____._......_...__.... 4.55

state except Maine and Vermont rep- just named has $150 in the bank. steamer from south America, prob- Lot 19 Block 36 :.__...___.. ''' .' ', W.' T. ....__.........____... 4.55
resented at the causus the result- He will specialize in animal hus- ably in a cargo to some Gulf port. Lot 20 Block 36 ......_..... W. T. Fergson _........____......... 4.55
ant good feeling is indicative of the bandry in college, and who is there To. _date it has been found only in Lot 8 Block 81 E. W.Walter. Metzner _.............__.._. 3.70

strength of the party leadership In that is skeptic enough not to believe two Florida counties, Okaloosa and Lot 2 Block 136 R. Tweedy .____.......... 4.89!
he'll make good? Walton Lot 15 Block 138 : C. E. Shaw _....._....._..____ ...... 2.85
the entire United States. and in Covington county,
Lot 4 Block 139 ___.....____ .. E. M. Petterson ..........___..... 4.04
Over in Plant City, .the town has Alabama. Lot 6 Block 139 ., Mrs. A. S. Rothrock .._........_ 5.40
I CHILDREX IX COURT just gotten a, thrill from a visit of Discovery of the pest in any other Lot 9 Block 139 '. '"' Mrs. R. H. Sanders _.__........ 4.55

i a budding movie actress, known on section should be immediately reported Lot 12 Block 139 Cora A. Keller __.......__.____.... 4.38

i. By Judge Jlalcolm HatfieldA the screen as Joan Perry, but to I to agricultural authorities. Lot 13 Block 139 ____....._ ." = E. J. Keller ..._..............__.... 4.38
grocer's son was taken into cus- home folks as Betty Miller. She has I. The U. S. Department of Agricul- Lot 19 Block 139 Mildred Wheeler .................. 4.04
Lot 2 Block '141 .____...____ George Berow ........_..._......... 3.70
tody yesterday in a nearby city by been In Hollywood for two ture has been notified and local of-
years, Lot 9 Block 141 ._...___._.. : Margaret Klick .___......._........ ;3.70
an inspector of the Bureau of and just got her big chance playingthe ficials are awaiting word as to..' Lot 10 Block 141 ," Anna Pavlik _...:.:......_........__ ., 3.70

Weights and Measures. The young lead opposite Richard Dix in whether the present known infected Lot 11 Block 141 .... Elmer G. Case ....._....._....._.____ 4.55
t man frankly admitted that he con- "The Devil Is Driving"". She hasn't territory should be quarrantined. Lot 13 Block 146 Walter Moore ..._........,__....... 4.55 y

ceived the idea of short weighing gotten high-hat, and she hasn't forgotten The pest officials say can do untold I Lot '14 Block 146 ,....__.... .- -, '. Walter Moore ........_.____......_. 3.70 ,.,
orders after having once heard his the home folks. The comfortable I damage if not quickly stamped out Lot 15 Block 146 .......... Sadie O'Meara .................... 3.70 .""
father boast of a fraudulent practiceby Miller and every cooperation is, asked to Lot 10 Block 151 .. : .r":;:.. Elmer G. Case .__...__...:._.___.: ;3.70
which home on the out- Lot 11 Block 151 ____.:..._ 't', Elmer G. Case ...___.:........_.._ 4.55
: a slight, disadvantage was confine it to its present small area
skirts of Plant, City:: has been re- Lot 12 Block 151 ,.' Elmer G. Case ....___.....:.._.... 3.70
gained over a customer.It modelled and made completely mod- and prevent its spread to other sec- Lot 13 Block 151 __........ Elmer G. Case ............_......._ 3.36
was ,also discovered that the ern along plans and with money lions.Charlotte. L Lots 1, 2, 3 Block 152 G. L. Espenlaub _...:............. 51.80
,i ':young man had deliberately failed sent by Miss Perry from Hollywood. 1 Lot 4 Block 152 First Bank of Clewiston .... 17.30

over a period of six months of ring- Lots 5, 6, 7 Block 152 H. Etherton ..__......_............. 37.70
I Plant City folks found her still Co. Asks
ing up on the cash register all money Lot 8 Block 152 G. E. Etherton ____..._......___.._.. 7.10
taken in. The court was not impressed friendly and unaffected. And reading Lot 9 Block 152 G. E. Etherton _..__._._.....___..... 7.10

\. with the father's indignation and the story, we rejoice that this Lot 10 Block 152 .......... 'W. C. Owen ....__...._......_:..... 7.10
frankly informed him that he had charming Florida 'girl, well on the (Continued From Page One) Lot 11 Block 152 .......... First Bank of Clewiston .... 7.10

., no complaint to make so long as he road upward in the magic and diffi- citizens in regard to the establish- Lot 12 Block 152 __........ ,'" First Bank of Clewiston... 7.10

himself cheated his customers in hisson's cult ,city of Hollywood, is, still home ment of the laboratory in their coun- 35' Off .S., Side Lot 1 ," ..
ty. Mr. Hodge has for several Block 156 First Bank of Clewiston .... 38.00
folks to her .
neighbors.There's
i' presence. months attend to county agent workin Lot 4 Block 156 ::,: C. C. Klutts ___.........._.......__... 7.10,
t another sort of pleasure, E/ of Lot 5 Block 156 '-, C. C. Christian ._....____.......... 17.30Elmoie
Hendry county in addition to his
LIVE AND COLLECT but just as genuine, in reading the W'of Lots 5 and 6 r ;-
work in Glades Members of
t. Sebring that Sebring's county. Block 156 .___...__...._____ & Chagaris __:..__...:_ \ 31.20
t.l:" A few paper 'gold the Hendry pounty Board of Com- Lot 7 Block 156 ............ George A. Heinz .........._....... 7.10
l decades ago, "life insurance" star mother, Mrs. Sara P. Troyer
missioners and other county officials Lot 24 Block 156 ....:_..__ Robert George .........._........... 56.40
i i,> was in reality "death insur- 81 years old, has just been given a heard the request and the Hendiy Lot 1 Block 159 __.......:.. Theo Gottleibt __...___..__........._ 3.02

ance." The greatest part by far of lovely home in Sebring. The gift was county board agreed to pass a reso- Lot.....6 Block 161 George Crowder __...........:_:...., 2.00
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life insurance payments went to the from her sons, who wished their lution to the effect that if it were Lot 2 Block 162 ..........._ Mrs. J. E. Frederick ....____.... 3.02
!' beneficiaries of the deceased. aging mother to have her own homein not possible for Hendry county to
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Today life insurance justifies its the city to which she came at the secure the new laboratory that it- be

name completely-for well over half close of the WOI'.ldVar. to find solace built in Charlotte county.

f of all payments go to the living persons for her soul and rest for her The reason given for Glades coun-I

l:: who originally purchased the tired body under the friendly rays ty not being included in the counties -, -INNN... ..............._..!..........._.......NNNNNNIINNNn.. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..............:...................N-.........0.........:N:1.:N1.:1.:..:KiJ
f:_. policies. ; of Florida's sun. She found the rest to be served by the new labora- :, : *1

In other words, when life Insur- she needed and friends who helped j tory is that most of our farming I, ,.. 'i.
'"" ance used to be purchased almost entirely ease the ache in her heart. Anotherson land is muck land and this much) i il I

o for protection of dependents area Is served by the state
moved to I.
..; it is now largely used to create es- the boys in Sebring the" family permanentlyand decidedthe mental station at Belle Glade.I expcri-I i CLEWISTON 11
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>" tates and to assure secure old
:1 as discovered well. The American public age has home mother in the should city she have loved.her None own of I !iJ 60LF 11 11.Z.

that it provides the best -
us know her, but doesn't it make I
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possible means of investment for the ,.. ..
Your throat tighten with happinessto I .:. I .
average man and woman. ..ter I ... I' .' -.', .
r know that at the age of 81, this e I II It I .. '.. I
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lovely mother, will live in "
comfortin yCOURSE
r.:.. .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. the South she loves so well? /P /f/ / P 1 :. > : / : *

And to wind up the Ramblings in .Z. I :, .,' .;\0:., ..'

.: ,, RAMBLINGS a lighter vein, here is a silly item I ..:... 4.;;'
i. There is a- Nevada in To\as. .:. ''. ,,
r .:N:N:NN..:..:NN N NON NCH N N NON N N IIjNNN:. N:. Texas p II 'j.y
in Alabama, .an Alabama in I X

f : One of cur favorite indoor sports Oklahoma; there is ,a Wyoming In :

r: which is particularly appealing; during Delaware, a Delaware in Indiana i iI

t, hot weather is perusing the ex- an Indiana in Pennsylvania] ; th ro's I!

' .'. changes. That means the various and a Washington in California a Cal-

sundry newspapers which reach our 'fornia in Ohio, an Ohio in Illinois.In ]EMNOLEACKSONVgLLE i r Open to the PilbileI: i iI

:\ office each week through the medium case you are not lost by now we'll I

":', of exchange subscriptions. To us add there is a Carolina in Virginia, l I I

". the exchange table never, loses its a Virginia in Nebraska, a Nebraskain F'LORWA .:. I '::. I

appeal. We get such a' friendly feel- Pennsylvania; as well as a Ccl- ::: I : ::

:', ing for the various towns thus rep- 'rado In Texas, a Texas In Florida GARNETT ANDRE\VSM.n.Scf ,;. .. !i.:'i'j
resented that, although we have nev- and ENJOY SUMMER COMFORT .t this ': ,.1 / I ." r. 1H
a Florida in New ,. l'1 .f.
York, and .. .. .
modern $hotel ,
the heart '
"\:: fireproof in of down .. "', '"
er set foot In of It '
some them seems New York Is a good place in whichto town Jacksonville. Every room with tub and :;: j' ;\; ::
f, we would be perfectly at home if abs stop. shower, loft water ceiling fan, radio, jlatttd .:. ..
::: : ruptly set down in their surround- lummer door.. Every' Bed wild innerspring : )
\ ings. mattress and reading lamp Running Ice J.. ,' I e

,, Incidentally, that leads to the INFESTATION WEEVIL ARGENTINE IX SOUTHEAST I water on every AIR floor CONDITIONED :: Moderate Green Fees i ::

.; thought that other people feel I COCKTAIL LOUNGE COFFEE SHOP
may __.
that way about Clewiston for the -- DINING AND MEETING ROOMS :: i Exceptional Fairways :.t.:
Florala; Ala., July 20 (FNS) .- RaUi-Sms'e' with Pivate Bath II
.t! same reason. You'd really be sur- Government : Room 52,00 CO Rooms $2.50
prised to find how many local peo- viewed with alarm agricultural workers IT Room S3 CO 24 Rooms $3.50 :: Interesting Greens : :;.
'. infestation of /
an-
S.mol. Room
with i P"VOIO BIt. $4,00 't 1 I ,0
: ple subscribe to the News for the other troublesome pest, known to Shghr ...c..... Ip. dLI. pcW7lncyOf. !: .::1 .

L folks back home Sometimes tho have caused untold damage in other .. P POUND tee,.I. yl I I:
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_. folks back homo have visited Ol W- sections and 40f\ PAtfLN ''OIFL rtSOlOw I ='-'-'--"' : .:. .::.
appearing as a real C ......... "- :.... :..:.. i p
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:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..: -=::.I Mr. and Mrs. J.'' L. Edgerton of LaBELLE NEWSMrs. from San Carlos Bay along the West' IS,' YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID? ;

:r. Atlanta and Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Coast to Clearwater. This is in ,line l

I :$:: Personal Mention :|_: Broking of Sebring were guests of, w'uh what I have been urging for)

Bowden this her daughter some time and is the result of con-
and
Mr. .and Mrs. Keathley H. F. Lawson
:<......... ..... .... * . ferences in which Lewisof
Commodore
C**.*. .M.*. .wM. .M.**.M'.4*.**.*<.**.*4.**.**.**.**.*J.*<.**.* week. Janice, of Atlanta, Ga., have J. M. BLOW
St. Petersburg and City Manager
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Hackett spent arrived for a visit with her parents, TITLE COMPANYABSTRACTS
Harry McCreary, Tarpon Springs,
the week-end at Fort Myers Beach. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Rider. While I
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Mrs. H. R. Knight and two sons representing the Civil Organizationsof OF TITLE \
here she will arrange for the removal .'1
returned Sunday from Auburn, Ala- the West Coast met with us in I1EXDRY AND DADE COUNTIES
Mrs. L. O. Gravely and Mrs. H. L.r' bama where they two months of her household effects to At-
spent
I Washington some weeks ago. 31822.Se. 'bol ,I DeLaney of LaBelle were recent visitors with Mrs. Knight's parents, Mr. and lanta, where Mr. Lawson is at work

': in Clewiston.E. Mrs. J. 'l'. Dumas.Mr. with the Georgia State Road De- J

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partment.Mrs. ____. -= 'I
A. :Menninger of Stuart was a Wade Cartee and her brothers NOTICE
and Mrs. G. D. Blackerby and
business visitor in Clewiston Thursday -I Bill and Reeves Rider, made a ':
son, Pat, left Thursday morning for HAY PEAS-CUOTALARIA
t : I I their home in Brunswick, Georgia, trip Friday to Fort Myers Beach. Notice is hereby given that the Board SPECTABILISAlso <'
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I after a visit of several days with Miss Mildred Hill, Miss Nellie of County Commissioners of Hendry a full and complete line of 'j
Miss Mae Lily Stone returned Weaver and Grover A. Hill were County, Florida, will meet with the As- .
their brother and sister-in-law, Mr. all farm seeds.' Write for our
I Tuesday from a visit with friends in and Mrs. I. M. Pafford.. visitors Saturday in Fort Myers. sessor of Taxes for said County at the special prices.
office of the Clerk of the Circuit Courtof
Sycamore, Georgia. Mrs. Ralph Hendiy, her sons, Billy )
-- said County, on the 3rd day of Aug- CAIRO SEED 'WAREHOUSECAIRO ';,
and Mrs. C. E.
and Ralph, jr.,
Anne Pafford and Elizabeth Winn ust, 1937 at 10, o'clock a. m. for the GEORGIA
; Miss Marcia Avant returned Tuesday Weaver: were business visitors Saturday -
returned, Monday from a week's stayat purpose of hearing complaints and receiving -
from stay of ten days at Palm
i' a in Fort Myers.
testimony to the value oran "
a Junior Girl's Camp held under as
Beach. Mrs. H. L. DeLaney and Mrs. Lou-
,the auspices of the, Christian En- )' property ,real or personal, as fixed
-- is O. Gravely motored Friday to. by the said County Assessor of Taxesof L. B. MershonAGENT ?
deavor at Red Cocoanut grounds on
,'I Mr. and Mrs, H. H. Turner spent Fort Myers Beach. Clewiston.Mrs. the tax assessment roll of said County .
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I, the week-end visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Gravely drove: her sister for the year 1937, of perfecting, reviewing i

I I: I H. L. DeLaney in LaBelle. Mrs. H., C. Jackson Friday to and equalizing the assess- New York Life ,Y;
Mrs. Campbell Nail returned Wed- ment, and will continue in session for
i West Palm Beach, where she took
Mrs. Fred Flanders and daughter, nesday from a two weeks' 'stay in transportation to her home in Jack, : that purpose: from day to' day for one Insurance CompanyARCADIA ,;

f Phyllis, of Moore Haven, were Wednesday Madison' with her parents Mr. and sonville. Mrs. Jackson has been vis- week, if necessary, or as long as shall FLORIDA <

visitors' in Clewiston.Mr. Mrs A. A. Munroe and Mrs. Nail be necessary.
iting Mrs. Gravely and another sister
spent several days with friends in This the 6th of
day July, A. D. 1937.
Mrs. Hurd L. Reeves of Felda, for
and Mrs. J. M. Couse and Mr. Jacksonville Beach during, her visit. several weeks. (SEAL) DAVE ALSTON, y NORGE REFRIGERATORS

and Mis. R. D. Lyons of Moore Hav- Chairman, Board of
Mrs. R. E. Burchard and her sister County Furniture and Homo Furnishings .
Dr. J. W. Ezelle underwent 'an Commissioners
visitors here Sunday. Hendry Coun-
en were Miss Ida Forrey were visitors
operation, for removal of his appen- ty, Florida. PHILCO RADIOS '
I Saturday in Fort Myers..
j I Miss Ruby Richaud and her guest, dix at .a West Palm Beach hospital Miss Blanche Dyess and Miss Evelyn ATTEST. Household FurnishingsInc.
Monday. Mrs. Ezelle and WILLIAM T.
daughter; HULL
several x
I Miss Erline Layman, spent Dyess are spending a week in 1
Emma Jane, accompanied Miss Clerk
by
; days this week in Miami. LaBelle as the guests of Mrs. Blanche .
Kathryn Carter, visited him Wed- I. 16, 23, 30, 1937.
------- Bronson. BELLE GLADE FLORIDA

: Miss Mary Belle Suther of West I nesday. Harney Maddox of Felda visited I'

Palm Beach is visiting Mr. and Mrs friends Saturday in LaBelle.
Mrs. ,H. E. Richaud returned Sat
J. A. McGehee.Mrs. Mrs. Anna Luckey ,arrived Fri-
urday from a visit with relatives in j. m. COUSE "
day from Panama City where she
Perry. She was accompanied on the I
D. G. Alston spent a few visited relatives., Counselor and A'ttorney at Law
trip by her daughter Mrs. J. T.
days the latter part, of the week visiting I Harry Willis, Schneider Ridgedill FLORIDA Hopkins BUi1llngVcdnesda"s !
I Platt of Canal Point. Miss Erline
in Miami. and Sherman Luckey made a trip
._ I Layman of Perry returned with the \ and Saturdays
to Punta Gorda.
Sunday
party and is visiting Miss Ruby Rich- 9:30 to 4:00 ;
Mr..,and Mrs. Johnny Fourmey of aud., Mr. and Mrs Roy Brown and
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Canal Point were Tuesday visitorsin their children, Nona Faye and Els- m"W W

Clewiston. ton motored Sunday to Arcadia. m p
Fuller
C. W. returned Sunday Q

from St. Louis, Missouri, where he wRi
Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Pafford, Mr. R
spent three months following the Washington News- 4
and Mrs. G. D. Blackerby and son,
close of the sugar house in the
Pat, spent Monday at Fort Myers
Beach. spring. He is again employed by the (Continued from Page 4) ftQ Wm t1s 41e ::

United States Sugar Corporation.Mrs. .
counts, paid an interesting tributeto '
Fuller is visiting their daughter named
old Southern darky
an
Mrs. M. E. VonMach 'and her

children ,returned Monday evening I in Atlanta., Harry: Parker. Parker came to Washington Qj] liI
from Mount' Vernon on a e At
from., stay of two weeks at St. Petersburg & p ,
I' SMITHS ENTERTAIN WITH milk wagon 63 years ago and missed '*' lii1 }

I the return trip with the milk wagon.
:SPAGHETTI: SUPJ'EltMr.
For 17 years he did various odd
Mrs. M. H. Crouch and daughter,
jobs around the Capitol and, since
1'1
f, Jo Anne returned Tuesday from a
and Mrs. R. N. Smith enter 1891 has been janitor and messenger -
1 I ". visit of several weeks with relatives '11"i
tained with a spaghetti supper for the ways and means com- ;
in
Abbeville, Georgia. Tues-I I
I I ; day evening. Their guests mittee. He is a grandson of GeorgeWashington's WITH

and Mrs. G. D. Blackerby of body servant, whose IT'S EASY
Miss Laura Matteson returned
\ wick, Georgia, Mr. and Mrs.Bruns-I picture appears behind Washington Stop at the
Tuesday from a month's vacation,
\uIqd
I Pafford and Mr. and Mrs. B. C. in the fresco dipicting Cornwallis
i durIng which she visited friends and
Flaniken. Bridge was played duringthe treating for peace. Rep. Warren in jEoteL Patricia
relatives in Ohio and Pennsylvania. PLAN
I evening. paying tribute to Harry said: "Harry PAYMENT

I! is tired. The old man is weary. He

' Ii Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Berner and is 'wore out.' ,His feet hurt him. Now 312 S. E. SECOND AVENUEAll

'' children, Carline and Bobby, returned MRS. SCHROEDER HOSTESS TO you have got to come to my sectionof Give your children every

i Saturday from a two weeks' visit EVENING BRIDGE MEMBERSMrs. Georgia or Mississippi to know opportunity they deserve in
Outside Rooms With home. A playroom,
old coloredman's your own
" in Georgia what it means when an
Private Bath den, workshop, complete
feet always hurt him. Oth-
B. J. Schroeder entertained freedom. All these plus
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I Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Prewitt and the Wednesday evening bridge club ers praised the old darky also COOL, CLEAN, QUIET security are theirs and yoursin

son returned Saturday from a visit at her home this _week. High score your own home. You can

with: relatives in Columbus, Missis prize, a mending kit, was awarded to FARM TENANT ACT- Both the Overlooking Biscayne Bay purchase a home now and

sippi. Mrs. Roy Alston. Mrs. L. A. Turner House and Senate have now agreedon pay like rent over a long
,
I the conference report for the Two blocks to Shops, Theatre and period with our Budget
holder of low score, received
a vase
I farm tenant act providing for the Business Section. Monthly Payment Plan. It's
Ii i E. W. McLeod left Sunday for a I and wall placques went to-Mrs. R. ad\ant.igeous to buy or build
purchases of small farms under an
II I two weeks visit with friends and J. Lee,,who :won the cut prize._ now in face of rising prices!

II relatives in North Florida and Geor: Playing were Mrs. Alston, Mrs. C. orderly program. RATES

gia. R. Cruze, Mrs. R. C. Nowling, Mrs.H. .
VETEnANSSpanish War Vet- $1.50 Single
I H. Turner, Mrs. L. A. Turner,
who have not had a new examination -
erans ,
Mr. and Mrs., W. C. Owen and Mrs. Lee, Mrs. T. B. Shelley and Mrs.
for an increase in pen- $2.50 Double Clewiston Federal
children Bill Dick and Shirley Ann, Schroeder.
sion in several months, and who are
left Sunday for a visit with relatives
/ in Tennessee.J. ,, not receiving the maximum of $60 Special Family, Weekly & Savings and Loan

1111x. JL'A1*OKD J<.:NT.1lt'l'AINS!: per month, should make applicationat Monthly Rates I

WITH BRIDGE FOR VISITORSMrs. this time, as many increases are AssociationFranklin
E. Beardsley was in Miami
S. D.
McCREARY
going through. These old soldiers aienaturally Proprietor I
,,, Tuesday attending a meeting of thee II
'
', getting worse from a phy- ,
board of commissioners of the Everglades G. D. Blackberby, of Bruns- I ""1 ll"7ri } .
'" r J >
should
sical standpoint, and keep ;
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wick and
:: Drainage District. Miss Kathryn Carter of At-
trying for the maximum pension per-
lanta were honored with '
a bridge iodically. I will be glad to handle'any
Miss Eunice Meredith returned party Wednesday evening by Mrs.I. such applications here, and all 1> lIf"' "" -' ......w.Iii Wij'jliiM' ""!.4: '1

Sunday from Wilmington, Delaware, M. Pafford. we need is the veteran's name, claim Hardware Co.

where she has visited her sister, Mrs. M. E. Yenawine received a'' number and a statement from a doc-

Mrs. C. R. Byrd for several months.: set of custard cups as high prize, and tor showing the veteran's conditionat Mail Distributors Fort Mjcrfe, Fla.

!Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot who won the this time. Send these to my Washington -!i Gentlemen: Please send me, without obli-

, Mr., and Mrs. A. P. Wynn and cut prize received a set of bridge office and they will get im This gation, complete information about Servel,

J daughter, Janice, returned Sunday pencils. Miss Carter was given dress mediate attention. Where a veteran j] Electrolux, the Kerosene Refrigerator.

i: from a visit with relatives in Geor-I clips and Mrs. Blackerby a table ornament needs the constant aid of an attend- Coupon

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e' o '.. O Kathleen Norris Third Terra Ballyhoo.
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F WNU Service. SANTA MONICA, CALIF.-

''r f a president has been

re-elected it's certain that some

I inspired patriot who is snuggled

close to the throne will burst

CHAPTER VII-Continued "1 mean 1 think the wIfe has lost "Often," the doctor said slowly, was spacious, plain, comfortable. from his cell with a terrible yellto

-11- him first" Victoria explained."Ah "it is that way. They tell me about But the Morrisons' residence was

t "Men have always liked me, and yes but it all depends upon it," he added. quite new, and lovely in plastered proclaim that unless the

yet I've never had any character what you mean by losing him" the "How do you mean, 'it is that Spanish patios, tiled oddments of adored incumbent consents

( and I never do anything I don't wantto other woman said. "It doesn't always way'?" sloping roof, oaks, peppers, roses, again to succeed himself this

do the older woman explainedsimply. mean that they're quarrelingthat "I mean that a man who really flagged paths. Little Gita Stewart, nation is doomed.

y "I sleep late. I wander they've made up their minds to loves his wife and kids, who is per Serena's daughter, 'lonely and curi

' downtown in the afternoon to a movie separate! It may mean that they've fectly satisfied with his home life-" ous and bold had lost no time in Incidentally, the said patriot'spresent
'
l ; I never assume the slightest re- drifted 'apart-perhaps they don't "Perfectly satisfied!" The tame creeping through the evergreen job and perquisites also

; sponsibility, and I am altogether realize it themselves phrase affronted her and she hedge that separated the two gar- would h be doomed, bed so -'
e couldn't'
i. unwise and idle and useless!" "Mother, do you really believe laughed;: dens, crossing the Hardistys' old blamed for .i
privately
f. In the beginning Victoria would that all married women are waitingfor "Well, perhaps what 1 mean is tennis court and, skirting the berry brooding the dis- '
on
to laugh at such whimsicalities. But affairs with other men to come that his new affair has nothing to do patch, threading her way under the tressful thought.Youwouldn't

> her mother had not been long her along; that all married men havean with'his-his organized life. He oaks and over the lawn, and finally call him

t guest before she discovered that eye out for charming women- meets some woman who appeals to discovering what she later had de- selfish but ) y

R they were partly true; Magda really fresh women?" him tremendously-irresistibly-" scribed to her nurse as the most could call, him you :
hopey
r ; never did make any effort, or as- Mrs. Herrendeen's surprised stare "Physically!" Vic put in. scorn fascinating family she had ever ful, especially since a' .
K responsibility, except to sufficient fully, he hesitated for word met mother t
4 sume any was answer. as a : a who was fixing the th:re's a chance his '
!. interest and please men. She "Why, but of course!" she said, He accepted'it simply unsuspicious puppy's hurt head with rags and ballyhoo may direct

" would not be left alone at home at amazed. "Vicky, look at them! ly. water and medicines, and boys attention upon himas

night ,with the children even thoughJ They do." "Oh, yes. primarily that. named Kenty and Dicky and Bobs, a suitable candi-

.- they were all asleep in their beds. "They all donU": Vicky muttered. marily that. She has some pri-I and girls named Gwen and Sue., anda date when his idol Irvin S. Cobb

"One of them would set something But she was thinking. using her eyes-some note in her baby that could walk. says no to the

n on fire, and then you'd think I deliberately "Some men never would," Magda voice-something that sets him on The adult members of the family osition. He might prop-ride in on the

t killed the lot!" she pleaded conceded. "But some men are after fire just as definitely as if a fuse did not meet so simply. It was at' backwash, which would be even

and the mere suggestion of this women-smart women and beautiful were lighted." a country-club lunch that Victoria nicer than steering a tidal wave for

calamity prevented Victoria from women all the time! The There was a pause. Victoria was first noticed the straw-haired woman somebody else.

ever urging the arrangement: world's full of them nowwomenwho studying his face attentively."Yes and identified her as the beauty Political observers have a name

_ For the rest, it was astonishing' have comfortable big alimoniesor but suppose all that," she Quentin had noticed more than a for this. They call it "sending upa
to discover that Magda's self-re- settlements and who presently said. "Grant all that! Is
ti; are on the year earlier. Everyone was notic- balloon." It's an apt simile, a
spect had suffered no whit by her loose hunting for someone like he then to tear up his whole life;. ing Serena that day and asking balloon being a flimsy thing, full

long and exciting career.In Quentin-someone to love!" kick his wife out, deprive his chil- about her; it was her first social of hot air, and when it soars aloft

the beginning of the European "There are lots of men,handsomer' dren of their father" appearance since the long-ago nightat nobody knows where it will come

' experiences, Lucius" Farmer had be- than Quentin for them to go after" "It's usually the wife who does the opera, although she had beenin down-if at all. It lacks both steer-

come "strange. He had been a de- Victoria observed with a laugh. that, Vicky." her new house for almost a ing gears and terminal facilities.

lightful person in Tahiti and Ma- "But it isn't looks that count Vic. "A man might expect his wife to month. *

jorca, but somehow southern Ger- That hard-faced, deep-voiced dark-, forgive him Vicky said after
Quentin and some of the other Modern Prairie Schooners.WE'RE .
,many had affected him badly.uIt headed square sort of man is-well. thought. "But then how would she men had been playing golf since certainly returning -
wasn't his fault, but he didn't really
,r;,', have quality, Vic," Magda ex- know "that it mightn't happen breakfast time; Victoria had come modern improvementsto -
t i again? later to the club to carry her hus- prairie schooner days when rest
it
plained generously. "He wasn'ta
gentleman, ; it simply wasn't'there ; 1j/1U "She wouldn't," Quentin said, band home for lunch. With Gwen less Americans are living on wheels

mildly, unsmilingly. and her two older children she was and housekeeping on wheels and
:; Perhaps I was to blame for
{ thinking that it "Ha!" Vicky exclaimed, out of 'watching the tennis when she saw having babies on wheels. Only the
ever was.
deep thought. Quentin laughed. Mrs. Morrison for the first time; other day twins were born aboarda
Victoria listened on, scrambling I "It would that it takes
seem you presently Phyllis Tichnor came up trailer. And-who knows-per-
': as she did so along the line of the I by surprise," he observed. with the newcomer in tow. haps right now the stork, with a

sitting-room bookcases, taking outchildren's "Well, it does. I've always felt- "Vic, you know Mrs. Morrison?" future president in her beak, is flap-

iS. books, matching sets, I've always hoped-that a man likeda "I don't," Vic said, smiling "I'mso ping fast, trying to catch up with

stacking the volumes neatly. Now woman for other things-her being glad to! I remember seeing Mrs. somebody's perambulating bunga-
and then she sat back on her heels, cam: sweet-tempered and good Morrison
a sport at the opera last year,
smiling at her mother., Magda busy and making him a comfortablehome and I think our children know each low.So it's a fitting moment to revive .

+. with a nail file and a tiny pair of L $ and loving him ." She other?" 'I the story of early Montana when 'I!!'
scissors, occasionally in her turn
stopped short in her catalogue settlers the
so "Our children?" echoed the beau- some were discussing
raised her eyes from her hands much in earnest that tears were tiful Mrs. Morrison the del- relative merits of various makes of
_: and raising
looked seriously at Vic, while
near her eyes. icate dark line of her eyebrows. those canvas-covered arks which
without anger or resentment she re- ij "He does, Vic. A man who has a bore 'such hosts of emigrants west-
counted the strange actions of Lu- d l "%_ "Isn't your small girl Gita Stew-
: wife like that is lucky and he knowsit. ward. They named over the Cones-

cius Farmer. After all she, Magda, ;j But that doesn't mean that-oh, art? toga, the South Bend, the Murphy
had done for him, he had been un- "You ought to know each other,"
well, that the look some woman the Studebaker and various others.
appreciative enough to desert her. fp l la' li gives him over her shoulder as she said Phyllis. "You live right near. I From under her battered sunbonnet -
Is there place between and
goes out of his office won'twon'tstay a you I there spoke up a weather beaten
?, As the days went by, and Vic y? with him for days." the Tracy house" or aren't you right old lady who, with her husband and

t;. found herself drawn more and more "Oh, Quentin!" Victoria exclaimed next door? her growing brood, had spent the

w' under her mother's influence, affected in surprise and dismay. "Oh, of course we are," Serena long years bumping along behind an

4 more and more by her moth- And irresistibly she added "Does said slowly, with no change of expression ox team from one frontier camp to

er's point of view, she found it in- IjT that happen to you?" beyond a hint of languid another.

creasingly difficult to maintain her "Sometimes!" The doctor admitted curiosity. "It's your children Gita "Boys," she said, shifting her II

own standing; the solid earth rockeda ,_laughing. talks to Amah about?" snuff-stick, "I always did claim the t-

' : a little sometimes beneath her feet. "But-but there's no, sense to it! "I am not a very formal person. old hickory waggin wuz the best

.:' Poor faded Mummy with nothing Look what it leads to. Look at You can't be, when you have six one there is fur raisin' a family in."

to show for all the flattered, roman- "He Wasn't a Gentleman; It Mother, and so many othersthemess children," Vicky explained, when *
"'
tic years, the presents and the Simply Wasn't There!" they make of it! In the end- they were comfortably seated, Pugs Versus Statesmen.

checks, the beautiful face and the in the end-" watching the tennis. "But I do read that
beautiful I t tell you, Mrs. Herrendeen said, IT'S confusing to poor
gowns-Mummy couldn'tbe shrugging lightly, looking away, "I "In the end it's the Vickys who mean to come and see you one of decrepit Jim Braddock, having

entirely right in her preposterousideas tell you that if I were ten years show them what fools they were," these days!" reached the advanced age of thirty-
and attitudes, but there were said (TO BE CONTINUED) is all washedup
r, moments when Victoria felt younger I'd give that lad of yoursa Quentin teasingly. four or thereabouts,
? uneasily run for his money!" "Quentin; have you-since we and, then, in another column,
:r' that perhaps she wasn't entirely were married, I mean-ever had Oyster Does Not Rove; ,to discover that the leading candi-
For once Vicky was not amused
; wrong, either. ;
that' feeling about other dates to blood on the
wom- supply
any young
she Gets Its Food From Sea
Mummy, for one very important was secretly affronted by hermother's "
bound-
an? Supreme court bench are but
thing, thought that having more words. Magda broke the Oysters of some kind grow nearlyall
"I'd .
tell if
; you I had, would I? ing juveniles of around sixtysix.This
than one or two children was a silence. "I think would." over the world in wide variety, I
mistake. It mis- I "Marriage isn't what it used to you but nowhere creates doubt in the mind ofa
and
was a forgivable are they so big
be Vic. In the old if "Well, I don't know but that I I fellow who, let us say, is quitea
take. "For you have them so easily days a man ,- satisfactory as along the northern
. would! .I believe you'd be very understanding few birthdays beyond that en- I...
Vic, and you do adore them so. wanted to wander there were places part of our eastern coast. All these ..
; But I tell he could that his wife about it. You'd pity the gendered wreck, Mr. Braddock, yet
you it's selfish. Y.u'll go never sinner and belong to one and the same species,
forgive the sin. But
number of
a considerable
still has
heard a
lose him! about. Women suspected what which has other distin-
man with five kids, another coming among before he'll be agile
to an
Victoria felt that she could affordto was going on, but they were having guished features the combination off years go
a new stove to put in, bills unpaid He
adolescent like some senators.
laugh at this. According to their ten or a dozen children and both sexes in one individual, whereas
and an operation at eight tomor- can't decide whether he ought to
Mummy every man between the feeding chickens and making soap the European edible species is
,
row morning has swell chance at men'shome
' a join the former at the old
of sixteen and interested and putting up preserves, and theydidn't
ages eighty was that separately male and female.In .
sort of thing! Quentin yawned. enlist with the'latter in the
. in i have much to It's different I IuI'd or
.', any reasonably pretty say.
be afraid of your mother, anyway I the spring, according to a Boy Scouts.
;: woman, anywhere, everywhere, at now. The women' they can "
he laughed. writer in the Montreal Herald, depending *
k::. all times and seasons. No wife was buy are of their own class, andthey're the local favorable
upon
t:. -, safe! not all after presents and Quiescent Major Generals.
.
CHAPTER Vin temperature of the water, there
"
has out of life.
t iy.: But Magda was not to be laughed trips and alimony. They want love flows from each adult oyster the SOMETHING gone
::: out of her position. She said -they've got money! They're after now no general of
Serena, wife of Spencer Ashley mingled microscopic spawn in uncounted the whether retiredor
regular
{r, thoughtfully: "Women must go the love part! There's a sex war on, army,
Vic-women don't want George Morrison, was by birth part abundance. The fertilizedegg detailed to a civilian job, has
about him. He's one
crazy stunning! expe-
\ English and part Dane she had hits against something to whichit
; talked himself into jam-a
a rasp-
"He's forty-three!" Vic laughed. rience, they want twenty, now!
I.:' been married Jo this, her third hus- can cling, and resting there develops berry jam, if you want to makea
"And he has a large family and the "Well, I hate the word 'sex,' andI
[: band, for only a few years, and was into an embryonic form, rap- cheap pun of it.
" hardest" surgery practice in the hate so much talk about it, andI in her early thirties when the Mor- idly matures, and secretes a tiny
it's officially gaggedfor
city. hate the idea that it's the most Maybe being
risons came to California in searchof shell from which spreads the double
service
"Forty-three. He's not at the dan- important thing in the world!" Vic sunshine and health. Not that (bivalved) shell that protects its so long while on conversationalTessie active
gerous age yet," Magda mused. "Is presently said with that makes such a
feeling. Serena herself was not glorious in front and back. In favorable circumstances -
anyone specially crazy about him?" "But it is the most important out of the average brigadierwhen
health and this is.fairly typically -
or
. strength, and her child, he into private pursuitsand
c "There's always some woman telephoning thing in the world," her mother goes
rounded but irregular
often takes
Gita, seven years old, as strong as an lets his hair down. It'sas
Vic answered unalarm-
t assured her seriously.
a little bullock but her husbandhad or even straplike shape.
, though he took off his tact along
edly. "I know the signs. But he
.:" doesn't take them Victoria shook her head, frown- been seriously injured in a hunt- This may take four or five years. with his epaulettes. And when he
: seriously. ing. She fell into thought, and her ing accident and would never be The oyster does not rove, clam- subsides there's always another to

Magda was hardly listening; her mother, idling in her favorite fash- whole and well again. fashion, when in search of food cr take his place.
..
eyes were narrowed in speculation. ion on a couch beside the fire fun does it
was There was a good income some- nor skip on a sandy under modern warfare .
"I don't think any woman gets silent, too. Later that evening Vic- where. The little family could afford -. sea-flocr as is the light-hearted way You see, officer is spared.He .

hold ofa, man," Vic submitted, comfortably toria asked Quentin if he thought sex to choose what place and what of the scallop throughout its frivolous the commanding.lead the retreat, but never

relaxed in a big chair now, was so important. climate it preferred. Menlo Park- career. On the contrary it staysat may
When the boys over
with her feet stretched out before "Sex?" he echoed in surprise. some eighteen to twenty miles home and lets the sea take care the charge. go
the top is he out in front waving a
her. "I don't believe any woman Vicky lajd a hand on his. down the peninsula from San Fran- of it. This the ocean does by incessantly sword? Not so you'd notice it. By

<*sr '- loses her husband because some "I don't mean in yputh, when flirt- 'cisco-finally had seemed to be the pouring into its mouth between the rules he's signing papersin

other woman wants him," she sub- ing is natural and right. But after- ideal place, and they had boughtthe the narrowly' parted shells new bombproof nine miles behind
a
:stituted mother, beginning again. Her ward-does it have to go all throughlife Tracy house, right next door to water loaded with the minute vege- the lines and about the only perilhe

ment. regarded her in astonish- men tempting women and wom- Dr. Quentin Hardisty's big place, in table and animal particles that runs is from lack of exercise in

en tempting men to throw every- the week: when Madeleine Hardistywas throng in the surface-layer of the the fresh air. '
"What do you think?" Magda de thing else over, decency and home a year old. sea, and which constitute this mol- IRVIN S. COiiB.

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: i THE CLEWISTON NEWS, FRIDAY, JULY 23, 1937
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r I STAR r "Quotations"The

V
w II OUR COMIC SECTION
most common error in the
I management of the child is the facility .
DUST : with which a mother makes commands I
: I and the ease with which she
: promptly ignores their outcome.Dr. .-
', Dennis H.
Movie Radio Kelly.
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!'r ';1 ****By VIRGINIA VALE **** D .' Events in the Lives of Little Men I UlLEt current beards Child.History to affairs.conceal will-Richard wear truth many about Washburn false our


., had to wait two long
Peace will he
FANS promoted by preserving
; j I years for the Marx Brothers' freedom of action and by

; i'' new picture, "A Day at the keeping all decisions in the realmof
rationality rather than hysteria.
i ;II I Races," but it was well worth C. C. Williams.

I; waiting for. It is almost too -t-'L Facts, after all, are not physical
'
II'
l' : :funny, the laughs coming in ) F-- -iT objects which can be caught labelledand

:such quick succession that you = = put in glass cases.-Iohn Dewey.

: ;'are still shouting over one comic

I' 'scene when the next hits you.

This picture tops their previous Baskets of Lace
i masterpieces of hilarity by several

lengths. Groucho is, as usual, the For Chair Set
i wise guy but when he goes to the I yI
I track he is customer I I
t race- a gullible I I I II
for Chico's sales talk on tips Isn't it exciting to think that

( on the races. Chico performs one with your own crochet hook you
of those piano solos that makes can fashion a chair o'r buffet set
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enough tough little boys want to I as lovely and practical as this
become piano virtuosos so they can basket design? A bit of string
--.' copy his tricks. helps do the trick, giving it dura-

And Harpo is even greater than bility beyond compare. Even a
usual. He talks-in pantomime onlyat beginner can do this simple filet

great length, and it is a toss- ..
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write funny lines about Zasu's cook- STANDINCrHERE ANVLONGER CAM FIX THIS ,
ing if they had ever sampled it, The SASH TttATSlOKVT

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J I : '%- season before leaving for Hollywood charts and directions for makingthe

'\ I to make "The Girl in: the Cage" for -)' set shown; material require-
i I RKO was a big night for her. She T ments, an illustration of all
I was elected the best-dressed star j stitches used.

: 1 of the radio studios, an honor for- Send 15 cents in stamps or coins

I I, I merly divided between Helen Jep- H.E (coins preferred) for this patternto
son and Gladys Swarthout. Most The Sewing Circle Needlecraft

singers take such honors in their 1 Dept., 82 Eighth Ave., New York,
stride, but not the volcanic and appreciative N. Y.
I Lily.
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Motion picture producers have BACK ? i SURE SEEMS' To BE SOME FLIES

just about given up hope of interest- .111 HAVE BEEN BUSy ; i OM ALL THE THE PREMISES WORK I DID WITH TO Finds Way to Have

ing their, public in Shakespeare, but WJHILE YOUAlERE HELP VOU I THINK YOU Young-Looking Skin
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the bard's stirring lines are just .
what the public wants. John Barry-
I\ more's NBC program has proved A j / NICE THESE TTS utterly wonderful how
+ 1 quickly this scientific
I a tremendous success since the first '- z cremetakesaway"agefilm"i
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Monday night a few weeks ago ur ; -in only 5 nights! At 30-
when he presented a foreshortened D r 35-40 even, women now
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I version of "Hamlet." For its com- 6Llz g a ,: smooth, youthfully clear

peting hour, Columbia has signedup --I.'. Bleach Creme acts skin the!only This way Golden to free Peacock skin of
an impressive array of talent. S dull, ugly old-looking film of semi-visible darkening -
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By surface pimples freckles too! Try it! Get
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send 50c to Golden
department store or
Cooper want to stop acting and opena OsbornecWNlT i I ;r Peacock Inc., Dept.K-325,Paris,Tenn.
traveling art ex- +' t

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< Their Time Comes
plenty of lucrative
When thieves fall out, honest
offers. Both are can- P
men get their own.iTSttruwi .
did camera fans, ,
0' and when they have IF WAL ? BE VEZ: BLIND?

l.- a few, minutes lei- PASSIM' A SMToP LOIGHT- 'I
sure between scenes // "9 WAL-TeST BACK Up NOW/ : -rLf.! t LEMOROILINE

they stroll around 9 I Im AM' KAPE BACKIM' TILL 6l ATSC;
whatever studio y 'i' SH70P /
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they are working in '
and snap pictures of
players off guard. YESSIREEam3 KILL ALL FLIES
They have some fine Gary Cooper '
Placed anywhere. Daisy Ply
snaps of stars snooz- hiller attracts and kills t1es.
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Guaranteed effective.
ing in chairs, of directors watching NE ,dU l T1 convenient-cannot spill-
with obvious 'S ,._ j Wlllnotsoil oriolureanythingLssts -
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scenes ro- ) all season. 20o a alit
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i' ODDS AND ENDS-Shirley Temple is WNU-7 2937To
learning to yodel for her next picture OF I
"Ileidi" Dick Powell and Franchot
Tone are just two of the many players THE
who long to make Westerns Carole
Lombard has tampered with the color of F Get Rid of Acid
her hair to the extent of making it a and Poisonous Waste
deep, golden blond. The new color showsup Your kidneys help to keep )'OU.well
better in Technicolor John Gam. by constantly filtering waste matter
0i from the blood. If your kidneys get
bling, who for twelve years has roused functionally disordered and fail to
the radio audience at six forty-five and A / remove excess impurities, there may be
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bullied them into doing morning exercises I, body-wide distress.
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exercise Connie Boswell has her first I fi1 You bladder may disturbance.suffer nagging backache
big screen role in Columbia's "It's All C persistent headache attacks of dizziness,
Yours. ]. C. Nugent, stage veteran, is getting up nights, swelling, puffiness
under the cyS-feel weak all
also in it, which leads to a lot of friendly played out. nervous
arguments, since the picture is being directed E In such cases it is better to rely on a
by his son, Elliot, who learned his medicine that has won country-wide
acclaim than on something less favor-
stagecraft acting in his father's companies ably known. Use Doan't Pills A multitude .
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rigged up an old-fashioned auto horn to
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PAGE EIGHT rIm CLEW18TON NEWS FRIDAY, JULY, 23, 1037

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I (Continued from Page -!4) 1 Lot 8 Block 361 ........:... O. C. Bryan ........................ 3.02
Hendry County To- Lot !9 Block 361 ............ Robert Barnby .................... 3.02
Lot 6 Block 162 ............ J. C. Windheim .................. 3.02 Lot 10 Block 361 ._........ Robert Barnby ..............._.... 3.70J.
t. (Continued from page 1) Lot 12 Block 162 .......... Ruth R. Beardsley............. 5.40E. Lot 16 Block 361 .......... C. O'Neal ...........-.-.......... 3.02
w Lot 15 Block 163 .......... L. Alston ........................ 21.55 Lots 23, 24 Block 361 Mrs. Anna M. Hopkins ........ 238.30
f. and any and all papers or documentsin Lot 5 Block 167 ..........? Herbert Goldstein ................ 3.70 Lot 25 Block 361 .......... Mrs. 'Anna M. Hopkins ........ 3.36
the custody of said officers of Lot 14 Block 167 I. Emory J. Thomas ................ 3.70 Lot 26 Block 361 : ........ Mrs. Anna M.: Hopkins ........ 3.36
that in anywise Lot 15 Block 147 .......... Nora D. Ott .....................__. 3.70 Lot 27 Block 361 .......... Mrs. Anna M. Hopkins ........ 3.36
Ig Glades county of may said territory Lot 16 Block 167 .......... Emory J. Thomas ................ 3.70 Lot 28 Block 361 .......... Mrs. Anna M. Hopkins ........ 3.36
f affect the interest Lot 17 Block 167 .......... Emory J. Thomas ................ 3.70 Lot 29 Block 361 .......... Mrs. Anna M. Hopkins ........ 3.02
I herein and hereby added to Hendry Lot 18 Block 167 .......... Pete M. Lanehart ....._...__..... 3.70 Lot 30 Block 361 .......... Mrs Anna M. Hopkins ........ 3.02
I' County or the citizens or property Lot 19 Block 167 .......... Pete Lanehart ................_a. 3.70T. Lot 31 Block 361 Mrs. Anna M. Hopkins ........ 3.02
t. located therein, as the County Com- Lots 35 & 36 Block 167 B. Shelley..................... 41.10 Lot 32 Block 361 .......... Mrs. Anna M. Hopkins ........ 3.02
missioners of Hendry County may. Lot 2 Block 168 .--......... James Hartz'" ._...................... 3.70 : Lot 11 Block 362 ..' ....... Rebecca Lutz ....................._.. 2.85
J. from time to time, direct. The said Lot 1 Block 169 ....--...... Rebecca Lutz ........................_. 8.80 Lot 12 Block 362 .......... Rebecca Lutz ........................ 2.85
i-i officers of Glades county shall certify Lot 3 Block: 169 Clew. Home Bldg Assoc. .... 29.20 Lot 20 Block 362 .......... Adolph Tishler .................... 3.70
F to the correctness of such transcriptions Lot 8 Block 170 Victor Baron ......................_. 3.70 Lot 21 Block 362 ........_. Adolph Tishler .................... 3.70
i" such certi- Lot 9 Block 170 ............ Victor Baron ......................_. 3.70 Lot 28 Block 362 .......... Hattie S. Baker 3.70
and thereupon
'. documentsand Lot 12 Block 171 Leslie A. Kemp ........_........... 5.06 Lot 29 Block 362 .......... Hattie S. Baker .................. 3.70
<" fied copies of the records I Lot 14 Block 171 Jenie E. Barber ....._............. 5.06 Lot 30 Block 362 .......... N. B. O'Kelley ...._............... 3.70
other matter so transcribed and Lot 26 Block 171 .......... Rebecca Lutz ........................ 5.06 Lot 32 Block 362 .......... Mrs. Rena F. Jacobi .......... 3.70
i: certified shall have the same force Lot 10 Block 172 Emanuel F. Selz .................. 4.01 Lot 12 Block 363 .......... A. M. Coleman 2.68
.- and effect as the original records. Lot 11 Block 172 .......... Mrs. J. E. Frederick ........__.. 4.38 I Lot 14 Block 363 "' R. Griffiths ....:.............. 2.68A.
Section 3. The Collector of Taxes Lot 21 Block 172 .......... F. G. Hunt .......................-.... 4.04 Lot 22 Block 363 Toulis .........:....._............. 19.00
of Glades county shall not be required Lot 1 Block 173 ,,' G. II.. & Frances Small .......: 6.42 Lot 24 Block 363 ....__..... Mrs. E. A. Schult & Clew. Co. 19.00
I account for or make settlement Lot 2 Block 173 D. Woodward ......_......... 4.38. Lot 24 Block 365 _......_ :,' Edward Boyer ..........-........... 2.85
-< to taxes Lot 21 Block 173 ........:. L. M. Harding ....._._.............. 5.40C. Lot 1 Block 367 ............ Mrs. E. A. Schult ......_......... 42.80
": for the amount of any I, Lot 24 Block 173 .......... E. Shaw ........................_. 6.25 Lot 2 Block 367 Mrs. E. A. Schult ........."...... 24.10
... due on property or from persons I Lot 8 Block 175 .. ': Joseph W. Smith ........__...... 3.02 Lot 3 Block. 367 :;' Mrs. E. A. Schult ................ 13.90
within said additional territory: Lot 1 Block 176 ............ '.'" .. Conrad Thorpe .........._?__..__. 4.55 Lot 4 Block 367 ."_." o, Mrs. E. A. Schult 13.90
herein and hereby added to Hcnd- Lot 2 Block 176 .-.......... .., : J. V. Shasky: ........................ 3.70 Lot 5 Block 367 ,7:<' ;, John O. Stendahl ................ 2.34
f ry county for the year 1937. The Collector Lot 4 Block 176 _........... .:;, Allan E. Heyson '.................. 3.70J. Lot 8 Block 367 ':' Clewiston Dry Goods Co. .... 2.34
r f of Taxes of Glades county shall Lot 6 Block 176 __.......... < ., Clinton Moorman ............ 3.70 Lot 9 Block 367 <,.'? O. M. Benson ............__.......... 2.34
, proceed to collect taxes which haveS Lot 8 Block 176 Victor J. Robins, Sr. ............ 3.70 Lot 10 Block 367 ...__...... '. Emil Hunsbourg ........__........ 2.68
been assessed for any :year prior to Lot 10 Block 176 ..........' airs. E. A. Schult ................ 3.70 Lot 13 Block 367 c; < E. W. Hathaway................. 2.68
' be and past due on Lot 11 Block 176 .. Mrs. E. A. Schult .._............. 3.70 Lot 15 Block 367 Mrs. E. A. Schult ................ 53.00
1937 and unpaid Lot 12 Block 176 ..-....-.. ',: Mrs; E. A. Schult ................ 3.70 Lot 16 Block 367 .......... Mrs E. A. Schult ___..._......... 53.00
lands lying in said additional territory Lot 13 Block 176 .......... .' ,, Mary S. Cooper .................... 3.70 Lot 17 Block 367 .......... Milan A. Farah .................... 2.68
and to enforce the payment Lot 14 Block 176 .......... A<. :i> Lucille A. Lewis .................... 3.70 Lot 20 Block 367 ..__...... ,, -. Frank E. Miller ....._........._.... 2.68J.
,;. thereof by sale, of delinquent lands Lot 16 Block 176 .......... -: :;; Ella M. Johnston ................ 3.70 Lot 2 Block 369 1 W. Troeger 29.20

.:; in the same manner and with the Lot 20 Block 176 ,'-.: t," 1 Dora Gimplo ......._..................._ 3.70 Lot 3 Block 369 ........:.._: '>. .. J. W. Troeger ..;................... 29.20
!r same effect as if said territory had Lot 21 Block 176 .......... .-';:, u Gustav C. Vos ...................... 3.70 Lot 11 Block 369 .......... \;_ Mrs. J. 'V. Scott .._......._....... 25.80
:a remained a part of Glades county, Lot 22 Block 176 ........:. : :: .\ Ruth II. Beardsley ......._...:.. 3.70 Lot 13 Block 369 ........... '..... Mrs Charlotte E. Dorn ...... 3.70
::' and all sales made in pursuance of Lot 23 Block 176 .......... ,. D. J. Johnson '. .................... 3.70'A. Lot 14 Block 369 ... ". Mrs. Charlotte E. Dorn 3.70
......, this section shall be valid 'as if the Lot 24 Block 176 .......... i .' V. Bristow ...._......_...._..... 4.55E. Lot 15 'Block 369 ...m.- *f. :Mrs. Charlotte E.' Dorn 3.70
:.: remained of Lot 28 Block 176 ...-...... r. W. Hathaway............... 3.19 Lot 16 Block 369 ; Mrs. Charlotte E. Dorn ...... 3.70
: territory had a part Lot 30 Block 176 ._.._..... :" ." James F. Costello ................ 3.19 Lot 17 Block 369 .......... .;: Mrs. Charlotte E. Dorn ...... 3.70L.
:X Glades county. All tax certificates, Frank H. Roach ............_.... 3.19 ':.
Lot 32 Block 176 ; : Lot 24 Block 369 ......:... M. Harding 3.70
covering sales of land lying in said Lot 36 Block 176 .......... *' ., Ruth II. Beardsley............. 3.70 Lot 25 Block 60 ','.1. .Guy Pearl 3.70

additional territory that shall he Lot 6 Block 195 ............ .' Walter Jussell _....__........._...._ 3.70 Lot 26 Block 360:> __:..:.... ".','" .;' L. M., Harding ...................... 3.70
made on or after the date this Act Lot 10 Block 195 .. Janet J. Stockbridge ............ 3.70 Lot 33 Block 369 .......... '. John H. Spies '3.70
takes effect shall be delivered to the Lot 23 Block 195 .......... ,;} Chas. W. Keenan ................ 4.55 Lot '34 Block 369 .. ;. Elmer G.' Case .................... 3.70
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hendry Lot 4 Block 196 ............ '\-: ..._ Thomas B. Hall ....._..........._ 3.70 Lot 35 Block 369 '}, Elmer G. Case 3.70J.

County and the redemption of Lot 5 Block 196 ............ ) Blanche Dean ............_........: '' 3.70 Lot 14 Block 370 .......... C. Vickery .:........._.?_....... 3.10
such land shall be made through Lot 6 Block 196 ......_....:: ':'" Maurice E. Vaslow .............. 3.70 Lot 15 Block 370 ., J. C. Vickery....................... 2.85
any Lot 7 Block 196.. ,; Ella A. Nugent ...................... 3.70 Lot 18 Block 370 :: ". Bertha 'A. Taylor ..............:. 2.85
,. said Clerk. Lot 8 Block 196 ..(,,'. Ella A. Nugent .................... 4.55H. Lot 38 Block 370 ......__.. :' ,:. Ethel I. Button 3.70
A Section 4. It shall be the duty of Lot 20 Block 196 ......_... +. C. Kolstad ........................ 5.10 Lot 1 Block 371 ...._....... ; Mrs. T. B. Lord 2.85
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the Boards of County Commissioners Lot 4 Block 201 ..;:-t .:: Claflin Garst .._..................... 3.70 Lot 15 Block 372 :*: Cornelius Bodine 2.34
of Hendry and Glades Counties Lot 6 Block 201 .. fl ,,'. E. J. Malone ..............._........ 3.70H. Lot 10 Block 377 ..........'- ,.: Mrs. Frank C. Deacon ........ 2.68
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respectively at as early a date as may Lot 7 Block 201 ,< ." R. Hopkinson ................ :3.70 Lot 15 Block ,377 .'. R. A. Lilley ............_........_.... 3.36
be possible to hold a conference and Lot 11 Block 201 ..__...... .,' ' Lot 20 Block 201. \)' ':''-' Mrs. L. K. Muir .................... 3.70 Lot 31 Block 377 .......:.. C. Voss 2.00
agree upon a plan or plans for the Lot 34 Block 201 ._........ ",:-"'" M. Koenigsburg ........._.......... 3.02 Lot 32 Block 377 .......... ) K Mrs. Mary E. Moon ............ 2.00
assumption by Hendry County of Lot 1 Block 202 Jf: George A. Heinz .....__........... 4.55 Lot 33 Block 377 .......... ;,;;. Mrs. Mary E. Moon ..........., 2.00
c its pro rata share of the indebtedness Lot 4 Block 202 .........._. ,: Walter F. Carrie ................ 3.02 Lot 34. Block 377 .:........ .' >". '. A. V. Bristow ...................... 2.00
of Glades county in accordance Lot 5 Block 202 ...._....... ; ,, ; ;. Walter F. Carrie ....._.......... 3.02 Lots 14, 15 Block 378 ':y Wilber Goff ............._............. 17.30
with the provisions of the Constitu- Lot 10 Block 202 ,".: 0 Florence O'Meara .................. 3.70 Lot 17 Block 378 '. ::: Agnes Bitzer ........................ 7.10
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tion of the State of Florida based Lot 11 Block 202 ........:: Mrs. Frank C. Deacon ........ 3.70 Lot 18 Block 378 ...._...:. ,:, Mary Hayes Davis 27.50B.
'' upon the assessed value of the pro- Lot 12 Block 202 Mrs. Frank C. Deacon ........ 3.70 Lot 19 Block 378 .:- & B. Cash Grocery Store Co. 27.50

: perty, both real and personal subjectto Lot 13 Block 202 .......... .: James J. Carroll ............_.__ 3.70 Lot 20 Block 378 ..'.. :: f Alston Drug Co.. ........__........ 27.50
taxation within said additional Lot 1 Block 203 .-::- ;' ,.' A. Reinert ............................ 7.10 Lot 2 Block 381 ........... :.* a' Lillian Horowitz 2.00
Lot 3 Block 203 *; ;,'.' /. Dora Gimple .....................__. 4.55 Lot 4 Block 381 ._.._....._. ,<- ; i\t' Otto H. Schuler .........._......... 2.34
however that '
territory provided .
; Lot 4 Block 203 ............' :f'7.; ; .1" B. A. Doerk ........................ 4.55 Lot 5 Block 381 .. ;t* t S. M. Paulson ...................... 2.34 '
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the indebtedness of all Special Road Lot 6 Block: 203 ...........: ; ': Mrs.' Emily Rickmeyer _....... 4.55F. Lot 10 Block 383 ''.$ : C. E. Stedman ....................... 2.00 1'
and Bridge Districts shall be pro- Lot 11 Block 203 .....--..: :;';'. ': i., W. Iverson .....v....__.......... ., 4.04 Lot 11 Block 383 '; '.{. %;:;. C. E. Stedman ._.................... 2.00
rated on the basis of the assessed Lot 12 Block 203 ........... '::, Helen A. Sadtler ......._......... 4.04 Lot 22 Block 383 S$ 7 w:,.:, D. R. McEeachren 2.17
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valne of the taxable property within Lot 17 Block 203 .......... ,. ;, ... Crumble Davis ............_.....:..... 4.89:> Lot 23 Block 383 .. ',*. ? D. R. McEeachren _......... 2.17
such districts. The title to all pro I Lot 18 Block 203 .......... ) ,; Julia Sharkey .................._... 4.04 Lot 13 Block 385 .......... Mrs. L. O. Holdsworth &
Lot 19 Block 203 ; ,: :? ;.;. Mary King ._............._............ 4.04 .. Robert J. Olsen _................. 7.40
V-I Lot 20 Block 203 .......... _;:.5 Ella Kane ................_...._........ 4.04 Lot 14 Block 385 .......... Mrs. L. O. Holdsworth & ,
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: the day this Act takes: effect shall Lot 22 Block 203 .' : ". .. Laura L. Logan .................... 4.04 I Robert J. Olsen ..............._... 7.40
Lot 1 Block 204 : Emily D. Rickmeyer m....._; 3.70 Lot 15 Block 385 .........: .?r, Mrs. L. O. Holdsworth &
be vested in Hendry '
; County. Lot 2 Block 204 Emily D. Rickmeyer ............ 3.02 "" : Robert J. Olsen _................. 7.40
s ; Section 5. The Boards of Public Lot 4 Block 204 ........._.. ..... 'Mrs H., A. Rosenthal....... 3.70 Lot 16 Block 385 .........: :. / '\ Mrs. L. O. Holdsworth &
r. Instruction of Glades and Hendry Lot S Block 204 .._......... ".'\ Emma E. Anderson ............ 5.40 Robert J. Olsen ................_. 7.40
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Counties respectively shall, hold a Lot 13 Block 204 ',' Edwin G. Boon .................. 3.70 Lot 17 Block 385 ....._.... Mrs. L. O. Holdsworth &
conference as soon as possible after Lot 2 Block 207 :. Lillian H. Wright ..............__ 3.36 Robert J. Olsen ................ 21.00
;; this Act takes effect and shall agree Lot 3 Block 207 .......;._:. ) : \ : Charles W. Wright "_......... 3.36 Lots 1, 2 Block 389 .m".... ...: C. E. Miner .._...............__...... 11.90
Lot 4 Block 207 ." ",: in__' '- :Mrs. Minnie J. Starke .....__. 3.36 Lot 2 Block 396 ..........._ Jessie Kinderling ...._.....:.......' 1.66
upon a plan or plans for the .
assump- I Lot 6 Block 207 *:: t: Helen M. Hathaway........... 3.36 Lot 15 Block 403 : \ W. E. Chenot ..................'._..:: 2.00
tion by the Board of Public Instruc- Lot 7 Block 207 .: .-> > '. George W. Garber. ...._........... 3.36 Lot 12 Block 405 _......... ;'<. John W. :Meyers; 3.70
tion of Hendry County of its pro rata Lot 13 Block 207 ........? .**\ (, Francis D. Nieman, Trustee 3.70 Lots 1, 2, 3 Block' 407 .. .:..:-. ;' Gulf Refining 51.30

'1- share of the indebtedenss of the Lot 19 Block 207 _......__. .' *f '," Amelia M. Hall ._.................. 3.02 Lot 11 Block 410 .' '1 M. Hopkins ............_... 2.34
Board of Public Instruction of Lot 20 Block 207 .......... ': )}, James J. Carroll ...._............. 3.02 Lot 2 Block 411 .....000.... : Anna M. Hopkins ..........._.... 2.00
Glades county, based on the assessed Lot 22 Block 207 .......__. -- ;.,' ; I Marie Pavlik _._..................... 3.02 Lot 6 Block 411 L. L. Lynn 2.31
valuation of the taxable property Lot 23 Block 207,7. :: :": + ," 'Marie Pavlik --.m..m............ 4.38 Lot 7 Block411! -,i,. "J Anna M. Hopkins ._.............. 2.34
within said additional territory; pro- Lot 3 Block 208 ............ : : ':t' W. A. Isaacs ........................ 2.34 Lot 9 Block 411 : George W'iebe 2.68
''; vided, however, that the indebtedness Lot .1 Block 208 J-<-i .. A. Isaacs .._..............:_..... 2.34 Lot 1 Block 412 cLot Clewiston' Laundry Co. ........ 42.80
of Lot 5 Block 208 ............ ..:\i: 0, W. P. Didlake ..__.............._... 2.34 11 Block 412 A. J. Wilders ........................ 2.00
any special Tax School Districts
s lot 6 Block 208 .. <:: :':! W. P. Didlake ...........__......... 2.34 Lot 12 Block 412 .A. J. Wilders _................._..... 2.00
shall be prorated on the basis of Lot 7 Block 208 .:.._.... '. :'*-"'*, :< Lawson Payne ......:............... 2.34 :Lots 15, 16 Block 412 .., '.; J. B. Seigler _........._............. 22.40
the 'assessed value of the taxable Let 8 Block 208 ............ .. ; ;.." :M. Huiue ................................. 2.34 Lot 21 Block 412 .......... '.'/ W. G. Ames __......_........_........ 3.70
property within such Special Tax Lot: 9 Block 208 :';) ';::>. J. W. Huiue .......................... 2.34 Lots 26, 27 Block 412 .. ." "' Mabel Francis _...................:. 3.70
;, : School District The title to all pro- Lot 10 Block 208 ......__: 1'. ", J. W. Huiue ........._........__....... 2.34 Lots 1, 2 Block 414 ...... f Royal Lumber .' 30.90L.
perty within said additional territory T..ot'll Block 208 < .*,. ,-,> John C. McCoy .................... 2.34 Lot 40 Block: 415 ....__.... M. Harding ..................,... 2.34
.k heretofore belonging to Glades :-ot 21 Block 208 .'__...... ,' ; Lewis F. Nor _....................... 2.34 ; lot 1 Block 417 .. ::.:. Charles O. Ostertag "'m_..... 3.70
County shall on the date of this Act lot 22 Block 208 .......... '. "'.'''.+A... Lewis F. Mor ............-.-......... 2.34 Lot 2 Block 417 ...........: +' Charles O. Ostertag ............ 3.02
takes effect, be vested iri the Board' :Jot 21 Block 208 .......... : yh'' H. F. Bycroft ........._........._.... 3.02 Lot 21 Block 417 .......... /,: Ida L. Curtis --.-......-,,;'............ 3.02 f-A
of Public Instruction '.ot 25 Block 208 \ TSmma Willard ...................... 3.02 Lot 22 Block 417 ......._.. .'" Ida L. Curtis ................_..._... 3.02 .
;.t of Hendry Lot 26 Block 208 .._....... .' "*# ,' Emma Willard ...................... 3.02 ,, Lot 19 Block 422 '.......000. ,'.:: {: Hollis Lanier .._..................._. 3.02 '
: County
;, '..ot 28 Block 2Q8 __"...... i; Miss Caroline Pavlik ............ 3.02 "Lot 20 Block 422 ..:_......' ,* Hollis Lanier _:...................... 3.02
>. Section G. This Act shall not take .ot ;9 Block 208 .......... .:: ':",' :Miss Caroline Pavlik ............ 3.02 Lot 21 Block 422 __........ ;" ,', Hollis Lanier ..........__.........___ 3.02
t: effect until it is ratified by a ma- -.ot 27 Block 354 _......... .:,.:4- tint: Mrs. H. S. Sadtler "".."__'''''' 3.02 Tot 22 Block 422 ___....... Hollis Lanier ........._.............. 3.02
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:: jority vote of the qualified electors ',0t 28 Block 354 ........__' ">!' >- Mrs. II. S. Sadtler .............. 3.02 Tot 23 Block 422 .......... .' Hollis Lanier ........................ 3.02
::: in both the additional territory to be ot 29 Block 354 ......__.. :\ft"[f-': Alice G. Rothrock ........._...... 3.02 Lot 24 Block 422 .....000.: .''.. Hollis Lanier ........................ 3.02
added to Hendry Jot 30 Block 354 ...... ... .l.f'/; 71r'5. H. S. Sadtler-_....._........ 3.02 MOt 27 Block 422 .......... Elmer G. Case ...._................. 3.02
County and also in I
f, Hendry .ot 31 Block 354 'Y-,{' ..H. Irs. H. S. Sadtler ................ 3.02 Lot 28 Block 422 .- ;, Elmer G. Case ...................... 3.70
County. Said election .
: shall ,ot 32 Block 354 .......... : : Jennie Barber ...................... 3.02 T.ot 1 Block 423 ." Adolph Tishler .._....__............. 3.70
r.-:. be held the first Tuesday in September 'ot 33 Block 354 .......--- '>...,. f :J. K. Baker ........................._ 44.50 Lot 23 Block 423 ... :.' Fred A. Clelland ..__...__...:...... 3.02
A. D. 1937 and shall be governed Jot 1 Block 355 ............ ... :'. ."ohn S. Banks .................._... 3.02 Lot 24 Block 423 .' ". Fred A. Clelland 3.02H.
t'' in ._all respects by the law for .ot 23 Block 355 .......... ..\ -.: i; Olaf Olsen ..........................._.. 3.02 Lot 27 Block 423 .......... .' /:' R. Hopkinson' .................. 3.02
;. holding general elections except as .ot 25 Block 355.......... ''.3'; ; f Bernard R. Payne ................ 3.02 Lot 28 Block 423 ......::.. .1. :'j i Elmer G. Case ...................... 3.02
herein otherwise provided. No notice .ct 28 Block 355 ...:...... :..r ', Ttrs. H. J. Warner ................ 3.02 Lot 29 Block 423 .........., Elmer G. Case .......-.-.-.......... ,, 3.02
4. cr such election shall be necessary.: ot 25 Block 356 _......:.. ": .'. Tt Burk ...................._........_._ 3.02IT. Tot 35 Block 446 ........:.:). < Jordan Eilers ..........____.......... 3.70
Those who were qualified to vote in '.(It 26 Block 356 .=. /: ; Burk i................................ 3.02 '.ot 36 Block 446 ___.._.... ...* Jordan Eilers ................_....... 4.55
said additional ot 28 Block 35 Got .' f' :f1llia L. Sharkey ................ 3.02 7.ot 13 Block 448 .000...... :', Mamie H. Blacksmith .......... 2.85
territory -
be added proposed to 30 Block 356 .._,...... ,.: : "" .P. Waddell ._............._...... 3.02 T.ot 10 Block 453 ....__.:...':,, : Lilyan S. Cook ............__........ 3.70
and also in '
Hendry Countyr' )t 39 Block 356 .......... Mir.sr G. Case ....m............... 3.02 Lot 11 Block 453 ..fc, Lilyan S. Cook. ...................... 3.70
the last General election shall be ,ot 40 Block 356 .......... '::: "liver G. Casa .?'"'''''''''''''''' 3.02 rot 12' Block 453'......:...-:>" Lilyan S. Cook .. 3.70
k qualified electors at said election. ..')t 41. Block 356 .......... !,: ri-ier G. Case ......._..__........... 3.02 Lot 13 Block 453 _.._._..... : :* Lilyan S. Cook .........._........... 3.70
Section 7. All laws or parts Claws ot 9 Block 357 ............ .. S'ire' A. Menge ............e.._.... 3.02 '1.ot 14 Block 453 .: Lilyan S. Cook ._...... 3.70
i in conflict with this Act be and ot 22 Block 357 .......... '!."e'en S. Sadtler ............._.... 4.55 Lot 15 Block 453: "-000--.'' ';'. Lilyan S. Cook ...................... 3.70H.
t' e same are hereby repealed. ot 29 Block 357 "M: P.7. Hopkins ................ 3.70 .T.ot 33 Block: 453 .. ,:.', L. Gramstadt .................. 3.70
Section 8. This Act shall ot 30 Block 357 .......... n'i rT. Hopkins ..............m 3.70 Tot 10 Block 495 ._........"' -: : Mrs. M. L. Porteus ....__.....__.._ 2.34 _
take ef- ,ot 3 Block 358 .... "' H. Schuler ...................... 3.02 : '
f ct immediately ''' ''' Tot 12 Block 495 .....___.. <,: Ruth R. Beardsley ..........._.... 8.80
upon becoming a ot 4 Block 358 M"i"rie J.... .......__.....
1 w. Durgin 3:021.'d Tot 13 Block 495 .......... -,' Ruth R. Beardsley.....?........ 8.SO-
ct 4 Block 358 _........... -'' R. Larson _................. 3.02 '- '
Lot 14 Block 495 ......_... : : Claude L. Becket .__..____.___.?.. 3.02 ..
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Approved by the Governor, June ots 15, 16 Block 358 "iE.. A. Schult .... .. ......__ 25.80 \ .
-. : : lot 15 Block 495 .......... :''.:. .. -.-. Annie L. Marshal............... 3.02
3 (I. 1937. ot 17 Block 358 __........ 'r?: F. A. Schult ................ 17.30 Lot Tillie Pavlik 2.34 f
: 16 Block 495 .:.......;.. : .
Filed in Office of Secretary of '.ot; 21 UlocJf 358 ra J. Kuhlmann .............. 3.70 Lot 9 Block 498 \-.t. Mary C. Sims ........__........_.._. 2.00G.
State June ot 22 Block 358 .......... T J. Knhlmann .............. 3.87 .- '
11, 1937. f1 lot 10 Block 498 .:........ I. W. Fuquay .__..................... 2.00
ot 23 Block 358 :M Harding ....._.............. 4.55 Lot 15 Block 498 .._....... \ Edith Taylor .........___..._...____. 2.00
01 24 Block 358 ... J. Kuhlmann ....._...... 3.70
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Lots 24, 25 Block 80 .... Thomas G. Darnell .............. 2.68
The Wateree River : ot 25 Block 358 '.......... "Mh; A. Becker ................ 3.70 Lot 2 Block 503 Lulu C. Griffith 1.15
The Wateree river rises in the.1 I ot 29 Block 358 ...._..... '-" "iorie L. Durgin ..M....... 3.70 Lot 7 Block 505 Mrs. L. O. Holdsworth ........ 1.15
Blue Ridge, North Carolina, its upi i ,ot 34 Block 358 .......... "!-"-. Co. & Mrs A F Huffer 3.02 lot 11 Block 505 irrs. E. C. Norton Dawson. 1.15 .
r-or course being known the ot 43 Block 358 .......... "',!Mia J Toenberg .......:__.......... 3.02 Flickinger & Mario
as lot 7 Block 544 ............ Emory
Catawba. Flowing south) .ir'N S 'th I ot IS Block 360 .......... ". W. Young .....................!'... 3.02 Redelsbacher 1.45
"ot 19 Block 360(; .......... r. W. Young ........................ 3.02 '
Carolina it itr'tcs' W.'MI; t' -. C 'n I Lot 4 Block 550 ............ W. T, Frith ..._..........-.......... 1.15
Lot'4 Block 361 ............ Cora A. Keller ..................;. 3,02
to form the Fruit Growers Express ........ 1.32
;aree :wu.tce r/vvi.\ Rolling Stock .....:............


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