The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: July 22, 1938
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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f. SOLUTION BELIEVED. Moran Explains Discrimination. [DREDGES WELATKA



. -, Meeting Of Miami Kiwanis Club

,.. C. E. Miner, Clewiston member I Maintenance "and repair work on

'.. of the county school board, states the levee project is :
that the board has reached what

7:, problem appears 'of to erecting be a solution a high of school the I Fulllext Of Address Made On Friday_ July 15As with work two this, dredges'being week. placed at :

k. building at Clewiston. The, large government dredge, :

: Originally planning to issue $50 most of you gentlemen prob- stantial increase in indirect em- velt's recent statement that the::: W/elatka/ which was recently returned -

i1 000 worth of bonds, 'with which to ably know, the President recently ployment throughout the State, as South is the country's Number One to the lake project and was :

l k3; erect the building, the board found' dubbed the South as the Nation's well as in other parts of the Economic Problem, it would seem placed in position last

t that the assessed valuation of the Number One Economic Problem. Nation. only, fair, just and reasonable that I week has -::

f; district would not permit that This statement was made in con- I have been asked to developfor _wages for both, States (that is, begun on the east shore, pumping ',.;

' large a bond issue., Doubling the nection with the formation of a you, in somewhat greater de- Louisiana and Florida) be fixedat I a blanket of heavy rock along the }

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assessed valuation and reducing the Committee to work with the National tail, our protest against the Ever- highest rates mentioned in wage ,. lakeside slope of the levee from '

.' millage accordingly was suggested Emergency Council to study con- glades area being stigmatized as' ,determination***." Bacom Point to Port Mayacca. This j

... but it was found that the county ditions in the South. In protest part of the Nation's Number One A little over a ,year ago, you addition rock is i

'' @ board had only ,authority to lev; against the classification of Florida Economic Problem.Let were reminded that the Everglades designed to ';
prevent erosion from the ;,
millage for county purposes ant as being a part of the so-called me read you parts of our were Miami's "Acres of Diamonds"and washingof .
+ that this method would not lake water against the levee.
prove National Number One Economic protest. you would do well to watch
r L Captain F. D. King is in '
satisfactory.In Problem, Mr. Clarence R.. Bitting, I quote from a telegram sent to and guard your acres. Recent hap- : charge of

;' a conference' with Mr. Cole, President, of United States Sugar Mr. Lowell Mellett, of the National penings drive home this warning. { the Welatka, which carries a crew :1
= .. of 90 men at present- :
k representative of the Atlanta' office Corporation, on July 6, 1938, wired Emergency Council on July 6, 193S: The sugar producers of the Ev- I .
:. of the** regional director of PW7 President Roosevelt and Mr. Low- "***Wfe! invite your Committeeto erglades have proven their abilityto The W'elalka's work began at the .
'.: Mr. Miner found that it is Bacom Point location and she is ::;
possibl ell Mellett, of the National Emer- visit this garden spot of the produce sugar at costs compar- ,
A! .to negotiate the project as a PW/ gency Council, to the effect thatif world to see for yourselves the able with low-standard of living to proceed eastward and north -"1'

: project, and receive a grant o ward to Port Mayacca. If she continues ,
higher-than'-national .
.... discrimination 'against Florida living stand off-shore! areas. Public hearings
: ; public funds for a large portion o' would be discontinued that Florida ; ards maintained. We of the Everglades on wages paid in the different with the work outlined she ?

o-,.: the cost. This would leavesmaller : \ could and would quickly leada I stand ready ,to, lift an additional sugar producing areas definitely, will be stationed on that assignment
! for a period of 12 to 18
.' : amount which the bone
return of prosperity not only for 100,000 families to our completely and conclusively prove

,I issue would be needed for, am Florida but would contribute largely high level as soon as discrimination' and support the claim of Everglades months.

: 'would give approximately the same to the prosperity of other partsof against this area ceases*** Suggest sugar producers that they 'pay "the The second dredge, the Congaree '
', with Captain Willard Sallas in
total" for building purposes. the country.At best way to cure ills complained of highest wages in the entire field.
f The county board of public in I charge, has completed her workon
about the same time Mr. is to eliminate discrimination againstthe Additional proof of the high wages
' I St. Lucie River, cleaning and
:, struction is now preparing th Roosevelt's statement that the South South by rest of nation*." paid in the Everglades is containedin (
L\:" to make application : '' restoring project depth and has
lOne I
necessary papers
was the Nation's Number 'Eco- On the same day, a telegram was a recent wage determinationmade
x" to the the PWA for a gran nomic Problem was issued, the also sent to Secretary of Agricul- by the Secretary of Agricul been brought across the lake and

::, of 45 percent and_ a loan of 51 announceda ture Wallace in I placed on location below the Or-
Secretary of Agriculture reading part; ture. In this determination the
' cost. Mr tona: Locks. Her assignment is removing
; percent of the project's minimum 3
determination wages quote: cash wages for cultivation work
;,_ Miner states that a bond issue o' of the "*** all shoal and restoring
for the sugar cane area In view of President:: Roose- exclusive aof perquisites were fixedat
: $20,000, which may be properl: project: depth between Fort Myers
United States. The ,United States a low of $1.00 per day in
levied under present conditions, i and the lake. This should require
sugar cane area consists of Louis- Louisiana and a high of $1.60 inFlorida. I
, :all that is necessary for the PW iana and Florida. ,The minimum / The perquisites given in about two months. The Congaree :
'loan, and that the board is goin; RESIDENTS PURCHASEAND carries .a crew of 52 men.
wagss established by the Secretaryfor Florida are much more valuable .
Hurricane gate number 6, located ,
with to obtain
forward at once plans
Florida, were 33 1-3 percent than those given in Louisiana. '

this grant and loan. Mr.. Colt greater. than, thee. minimum, wages mW The, last time that definite quota on the north shore near, Okeechobee -
HOUSES has been- cleaned out and will
left for West Palm Beach to con -
Louisiana Flom'ida ::
established for the cane. were fixed for the two States, '
fer with L. Phillips Clarke, who i I area. On the same date, ,July 6, was compelled to plow ,under I be open to traffic this week-end. .
Some time after August 10th, it
:architect for the school project.Mr.
1938, Mr. Bitting also wired Secre- HERE FROM SEARSTwo and abandon over 5,000 acres or .
.. ,Miner states that the boarswill is planned to close Lock 1, at
that it only just the
:c tary Wallace, was cane plantings., was
push the project in every wa; Moore Haven for a period or'ten
and reasonable that the same rates only area compelled to plow understanding '
L: possible, and popes that the build days to repair and repaint all '
should be fixed for as small residences have been cane. The recent wage i
be built and ready for usi underwater structure The workis
" ing may was done for Florida: ; that is, Louisiana :!- moved into Clewiston from the order gives Louisiana ,a wage differential -
done now in order that
. during the .second semester of the being
should be required to pay the abandoned sawmill town of Searsin of 33 1-3 percent,.
term although of sours the waterway may remain open
C coming ,
; same high rate as, was determined southern part of Hendry So much for existing condition:
county for navigation during the tourist
it will be impossible to have it: "
for the Florida area. in the producing area or
: and being renovated for sugar
ready for the opening.The are oc season, when it is, anticipated a
The Florida sugar cane area is Florida. What of the' fruit and
J. A. Stone has placedone
building will be located o> cupancy. great number of boats will make
now accorded less than one percent vegetable producer of Florida?
of the houses lot just
on a
the trip through the waterway.
the school property. ,
present of the sugar market, of the south of the C. E. Ro'bbins resi- The only time when foreign, peon

United, States. The present employment age-produced fruit and vegetable
dence. This four room house has
Dr. John P. Higgins in the sugar cane fields had a bath room and back porch enter into the United States' duty Board Approves .'

and the sugar house is approxi- added and has been painted inside free is during the time of frui:

Will. Practice Here mately "4,500 during the harvesting and out. Mr. and Mrs. C. and vegetable. production in Soutl Tax Assessors Roll

season. In the Everglades area W. Simmons are preparing to move Florida. When other states arc

is sufficient well drained the commodities ;
alone there into it next week. producing same

; Dr. John P. Hjggins has openedan fertile land to produce at least J. L. "WJhitaker. is repairing and foreign and offshore.peonage. pro 1 The Hendry county board of
commissioners sitting as an
: office for the practice of medi 500,000 tons. of sugar; whereas!' renovating a similar house which duction has a tariff imposed upor: I county continua- '
board a
cine in the Clewiston hospita the production for the last year has been placed on the lot with ; it. We are told that the duty fre equalization as Tues..
week's ,
building and will be associate was approximately55,000 tons. Jf R. C. Nowling's filling station. Mr. importation will increase our sales tion of
in roll
with Dr. 0.. F. Schifflf here. Florida were allowed the produc- Whitaker' expects to move, his fam- of pork, lard and cheese to tlu I day morning voted 3-2: a '-.1

Dr. Higgins, with Mrs. Higgin tion of 500,000 tons of sugar, direct ily here from Fort Myers when foreign and offshore pe'ons. Realistic I call vote to accept ,the, 1938 tax "J
would be increasedmore check such state roll as submitted by county assessor ',.1
and their six-months old daughter employment the house is ready. persons will

Patricia, arrived this week froir than tenfold, with a sub- (Continued on page 8) Dennis Small. "
Several other houses are reported ,
The motion was made by E.. B. ;
Miami and are residing in an apartment :
local '
to have been purchased by:
Hull of Felda and seconded by
in the hospital i from Sears but state road '
people In
Wage Rate ,Hearing but was made
Hires, no response .
Dr. Higgins is a graduate of tlu
John P. Hendry Dies department regulations which prohibits when the chairman, Dave Alston, J i

Tulane University School of Medicine the moving of anything larger Moore Haven Aug. 9 asked who was in favor and who .

and served his interneship a From Wreck InjuryJohn than 8 feet in width on the was not.- County attorney Louis .

Charity Hospital in Shreveport 'l highway, is now being enforcedand O. Gravely, advised that a roll call ,
Louisiana. He has been '
more re
it is uncertain whether any A hearing of evidence to be con vote be. taken in case court pro-
cently house physician at. Victori P. Hendry, of Arcadia, a more"of the houses will be moved sidered in determining wage rate ceedings might develop later. -I
in Miami where h'e' ha I'
native of DeSoto county'' and well here or not. : c
i for the harvest season of 1938-3 Mark Poole and Herbert O'B.an-
been practicing for the past I "
year known in Glades and Hendry' counties Mr. Stone has two otherhouses, : and the cultivation season of 19:3( non voted no, Hires, Hull and "j
Dr. Schiffli -and Dr: Higgins evil "
died Tuesday morning in the Bill Blount has one, R. E._ Kurtz in Florid sugar cane areas will b(" ..Alston yes, the chairman's vole ;;
office ii
each maintain a separate
Leesburg hospital following an and associates purchased 13, B. E conducted by officials of the Agri forced to break the, tie. '
the hospital building.
automobile accident which occur'd Nail has five and W. A. Davis is cultural Adjustment Administratio; The total assessment on open

Monday afternoon between Lees- reported to have secured a, large in Moore Haven on August 9th, i I real estate, county wide, is $510, '

New District Engineer :burg and Bushnell. He was' sixty' nine room house to be moved.It was announced by the office of th- i 060.00 and personal property $lH .

ears of age. is interesting' to know thatA. Secretary of Agriculture in Washington 460.00. Homestead exemptions are

Makes First Visit t tI :Mr. Hendry, who has been associated O. Ward, now with the com- yesterday. I shown as $28,910.00 and widow's

with C. J. Kirk, of La. missary department ,of' the sugar Similar hearings will be con exemptions at $7,790.00. "

I Belle in the 'veneer block and cross- corporation, ,was associated in a ducted at several points in Louisiana Clerk Tom Hull expects to have

Colonel Lewis H. Watkins, ne\\ ',ie business, in Glades and Hendry similar capacity with the mill at for the Louisiana sugar grow, 'tentative budget prepared by the

district engineer of the Jacksonville :ounties for bometime was on a Sears and purchased:: the lumber ers. first of next week.

district, U. S. Engineers, visited usiness trip to points in north with which the houses are con- The motion to accept the roll as

the Lake Okeechobee, project Florida when the accident occurred. structed. Mr. Ward states that the Wage rates for Florida sugar submitted climaxed a hot fighton

,this week. Col. Walkjns was ac, The story is that he had picked lumber is all north Florida cypress, growers have been set higherthat the part of representatives of
in Louisiana by the secrotary '
companied by Col.: North, whoir ip two hitch-hikers and one of and that the houses came throughthe undei land interests including the Collier

he is succeeding as district engi hem was driving when the car 1926 storm, which occurred who is given authority holdings to have their assessmentscut
the act of 1937 to establish
neer. They were met in Okeechobee struck a concrete culvert headwall. within a few weeks after their sugar who 50 percent. Attorney Jim
suga"growers applj
by Carawail Nelson, engineej Neither of these young men was erection, almost undamaged. rates on Floiida'i Franklin of Fort Myers and C. J.

in charge of the Clewiston office 'njured seriously. for benefit payments. Kirk in particular argued their
both growing andharvesting '
and made a hurried inspection of Funeral, services were held in K1WANIANS HOLD MEETING: wage rates for interests were being assessedtoo
seasons are higher than
the East shore levee and the workof (Continued. on page 8) high according to the location and
the government dredge, \V lat1m. The Kiwanis dub held a short Louisiana's.The value of lands in proportion to
hearing in Moore Haven on
The visiting, officials spent Wed meeting at the Clewiston Inn Wednesday what other lands were being assessed -
"is'the scheduled
9th only one
nesday night in Clewiston, and CITY FIGH'l'SlOSQUI'fOES evening. The chief ,dis- August closer to LaBelle. They asked
for Florida in the announce-
after a limited inspection here left cussion centered around a reportof for a fairer equalization of taxes

for Jacksonville Wednesday after. A crew of city employees this J. E. Beardsley of a meeting ment. Tax Assessqr Dennis Small stated

noon. peek poured oil in all the drain- which'he attended in West Palm that the land valuation was con-

Lge ditches and low-lying placesn geach recently, seeking tb promotea Roy F. Symes of Sanford .was sidered in making assessments and

Senator Claude Pepper continue' town, Where breeding of mo-: speedy completion of road 25 elected president of the Florida that he considered the tax roll as
IX to carry Democracy's banner in -luitoes might occur, j jn} iWeffort rpm Belle Glade to West Palm! State Celery Growers Associationat submitted to represent just and

speeches throughout the nation.. .o curb these pests peach. the anpua' "---->ntion last week. fair equalization.-LaBelle News.T.1 .


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Stccivw of Current Events DIZZY DRAMAS-Now Playing- -"Ki-YiY By Joe Bowers y

F. D. R. IN PRIMARIESPresident THE TWER.E RABBTfGulton "' !

Boosts Favorites in Kentucky, Oklahoma and

Elsewhere in His Trip to the West Coast D LsM ; .

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: WHAT to EAT and WHY

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President Roosevelt addressing Louisville citizens from the platformof #.

his special train, urging them to support Senator Barkley for renomination. Practical Advice on' How to f)If1p'tOVfl

The senator is at the President's left and Mayor Scholtz of Louisvilleat

his right. With this Free

Keep Cool With Food Bulletin on Planning ,

a Correct Summer Diet ';

*&,wtd w Plduuc.d'

for the free bulletin
6 East 39th Street, New York City.FROM .
C Western, Newspaper Union. offered by C.Houston Goudiss.It .
the standpoint of health, the summer months consti-
outlines the principles of planning
President en Tour in the federal court for the southern the most important period of the entire year. They a healthful summer diet}

district of Texas. This was a com- should be used to build stamina and vitality that will fortify lists "cooling" and "heating"

MARIETTA, Ohio, was the first plete surprise to Senators Tom Con foods and is with
disease. But complete
stop President Roosevelt's your body against to many people, the warm
and Morris
nally .
transcontinental tour. There he ded- -.;.. weather means merely a succession of exhausting days and menu suggestions.Just

icated a memorial to "the start I restless nights. And hardly a week without reports address C.Houston Goudiss,

-"" -> westward of the nation TVA Inquiry OpensINVESTIGATION .. ..- passes 6 East 39th Street, New York
", owr-q' 11 ," in his address of the activities of heat prostrations. .: City. A post card is all that is
hot-weather diet. The first secretof
,:z<}:,.. ,. paying tribute to the a congressionaljoint necessary to carry your request.
:' keeping cool is to supply the
;;: .,: and, rather committee was opened in Meeting the Challenge of Hot
.:t 1 'iT. :: ; J pioneers body machinery with food fuel
L: : :: <'t'incidentally: : to Sene Knoxville, Tenn., with ChairmanVic Weather
\ Robert' that can be utilized with the least orange or lemon juice, which are
> ator BulkMt&i Donahey presiding. After an While abnormal heat or humidity rich in vitamin C
: expenditure energy. actually helps
4 :t.t.J ley, who seeks re- executive session the investigators .
: be a secondary cause, Warm weather is to mitigate the effect of the heat.
41 nomination and is of the may responsiblefor
W;x 1i7.) J started on an inspection tour
the real behind much muscular relaxation in the di- -*-
George reason
\tK :Anhd opposed by projects involved. Public hearingsin -
.., $';$<';> ;:.aJ White., Knoxville were, next on the pro- warm-weather suffering a fail gestive tract, as> well as other Choose Cold Drinks CarefullyA

4 With this off his gram, and Donahey said these .ure to meet the challenge of summer parts of the body. And you run cold drink is comforting on a

;jf.dl mind, the President would continue "until we run out of with diet. the risk of digestive upsets, with hot day. And in addition, sweet-
a judicious ,
their discomfort and health haz-
his other "
money. ened beverages help to relieve fatigue -
Sen. Barkley role of head of the .,, Automobile owners know thatno ards, unless you .make every effort for their carbohydrate con-
--r- car is better than its engine, to of
and jumped into lessen the work your available
Democratic tent
party supplies energy.
the primary campaign with both Hughes Flies the Atlantic and'weather in careful warm digestive system.; Sugar is the least heating of the

feet. His avowed purpose was to I HOWARD HUGHES, wealthy : Eat lightly ,of rich fatty meats, energy producing foods, for less .
xx. drivers watch
further the election of members of young sportsman and aviator, Q.,. pastries, rich cakes, sauces and than one-sixteenth of the energyit

congress, especially senators, whomhe with four companions made successfully i Yws: gauge on to the be dashboard gravies. At all times, choose ,eas- supplies to the body is con-

terms liberals. Beyond this he the first non-stop flight from sure ily digestible foods.Overeating; .. verted into heat. The rest goes
s the engine does not
was undertaking to maintain his -, New York to Paris become overheated. -*- into brain and muscle power.

control of the party up to and < 'xy' :since Lindbergh's : Therefore, one good way to pre-
campaignof '' feat in 1927. :; But most peo- Saps Vitality in
through the presidential epochal vent needless fatigue summeris
ple give
1940. i' His time was 16 Don't overeat. The task of han- to take a cool, moderately
'Crossing from Ohio into Kentucky, hours and 38 minutes most thought remarkableof to dling excess food is a burden toI I sweetened drink whenever you

where Senator Barkley, staunch <' ,,,rte less than half the body at any season: In hot feel tired during the day. This

New Deal' supporter, is engaged in ; ,fir the time made by all engines-the weather, it will cause the body will satisfy thirst and ward off
a hot fight with Gov. A. B. Chandlerfor r/y Lindbergh.The digestive temperature to mount along with exhaustion like a rest by the road _

his senate seat, Mr. Roosevelt big plane, machinery. the thermometer, and may resultin after a long hard tramp. ...
Compared to the in
found it advisable not to utterly h ,h named "New York engine your a serious upset. It is also ad- Too highly sweetened bever-

squelch the ambition of "Happy" World's Fair 1939," body, the one in your I car: is a visable to cut down somewhat on ages, however, may be heating to
crude affair that
rough can
as the governor is known. In a I' appeared over ,Le end of punishment. Moreover the quantity of heat and energy the body, though they are coolingto

speech at the Latonia race track in Bourget field long producing foods consumedthatis the palate. For this reason it
the automobile driven
is for
Covington he said he had no doubt Howard before it was expect- a cer- the carbohydrates and fats. is .advisable for homemakers to
tain length of time and then
Chandler would make-. good sena- Hughes ed but Ambassador per- mix their own cool drinks so that
mitted to rest. But the marvelous
tor, but added: "But I think he Bullitt and a big crowd were wait- -*- they can control the amount of
mechanism which transformsyour
would be the first to acknowledgethat ing to greet the daring aviators. Need for Body-Building Foods sweetening used. It is possible to
food into blood
as a very junior member of buy inexpensive packaged bever-
Hughes and his fellow adventurers cle and capacity for The protein requirement remains -
the senate it would take him your thoughtand in variety of flavors
many Ed Lund Connor T. age crystals a -
Harry ,
action is never. wholly at the same summer and win
many years to match the national which make delicious, re-
L. Thurlow and Richard Stoddart, rest. ter. Some people think that-meat
knowledge, the experience, and the freshing and cooling drinks for
and climbed out
weary cramped, should not be eaten in summer, or
acknowledged leadership in the af- family One of these
general use.
of the and
cockpit eagerly
were should be reduced to a minimum.But .
fairs of your nation of that son taken in hand by the enthusiastic Importance of the Right FoodIf there is no closed season for contains; added vitamin D, and as

of Kentucky, of whom the whole nation French. the automobile engine requires growth in children, and moreover, the sugar is added by the home-

is proud, Alben Barkley." After resting and refueling their special attention, how they play so constantly and in- maker, you can be the judge of
At Bowling Green and at Louis- how much to use. This is an excellent -
plane, the fliers took off on the second much more important to stoke dulge in such strenuous exercise:

ville Mr. Roosevelt made platform leg of their projected flight your body engine with food suitedto that they break down body tissue idea, especially in house-

speeches in which he urged the around the world;reaching Moscowin the weather! very rapidly. Adults also have a holds where there are children,
renomination of Barkley. less than eight hours. Their hope No one would think of going constant need for protein to rebuild for the home-made drink satisfies

The special train raced through was to beat the record made in 1933 about in midsummer wearing the the millions of cells that are thirst, provides needed energy

Tennessee in the night without a stop by Wiley Post. same garments that were worn all worn out daily. and discourages them from buying -

and this was taken as inferential ---- winter. Yet many women continueto bottled beverages of doubtful
It is desirable however to
disapproval of Senator George Ber- serve the same type of meals purity.
Justice Cardozo Dies avoid rich fatty meats and to
ry, whose marble claims caused which were required to keep the -*-

the TVA so much trouble., BEN J AMIN N. CARDOZO, asso- body warm in winter. Such a select protein foods that are more Cooling FoodsI

Oklahoma City came next, and justice of the United States practice is sure to make you mis- easily digestible, as chicken, 'I' offer free to readers of this
lamb lean beef and lean fish. Special -
there Mr. Roosevelt told an enor- Supreme court, died at Port Ches- erable. But more than that, it column bulletin containinga
a new
mous crowd what a help Senator ter, N. Y., of a chronic heart ail lowers resistance and may, there- emphasis should be placed on i foods
list of cooling plus prac-
milk and These
Elmer Thomas had been -to him ment that had kept fore, lead to illness. cheese eggs. tical advice in planningthe
not"only specific
and how much the senator had done'' him from work on -*- splendid foods supply diet. There

for the state. His commendation of the bench since last tf\: :,.:. .. .:':t. ,. Beating the.Heat Grade A protein, in an easily digested also warm menus weather showing how easily are
lukewarm how- He : ''''-'',: .... form, but also fortify the
Thomas was called Decem er. was t\.: :., : WITH
: There are several factors to diet with minerals and vitamins you can, KEEP COOL .1
ever, and much of his speech"was sixty eight years, f ?i '..: FOODS <
bear in mind the
devoted to criticizing the senator's old. Descended fromSpanish ;:.ak. .i.. planning I -*-
Gomer Smith Jews who <::; : ;
rivals Representative ,,*t.t..Yf
and Gov. E. W. Marland. Smith came to America in f.i4t;>i. J For Warm Weather ComfortREDUCE III Liquids EssentialTo I Questions Answered I

had the support of the Townsenditesand 1750, he was born in fiN:: i help you keep cool, the sum- .

many conservatives. Marlandhas New York city and .{{"""t.',/* j mer diet must include an abun- '

at times been too conservativeto educated at Colum"x..<.::..,:. ; "' dance of liquids. These are neces- Mrs. F. D. B.-Yes, cod liver oil

please the White House. bia university. He ;fu sary to make up for the large : is one of the best. sources of iodine 1

McAlester and Wister heard the was appointed to the By This Easy, amounts of moisture lost from the in addition to providing fine
Sen. amounts of vitamins A and D. ,
President from the back platform, Supreme court by Wagner Comfortable MethodSend body through increased perspiration. '
L.-To explain whatis
Miss F. P.
and then at Booneville, Ark.,. he President Hoover in 1932 and lined for the Free Bulletin meant by "flat sour" spoilagein

found time to speak kind words up with the liberal minority. His Offered by C.Houston Goudiss Liquids may be taken in the food Some foods which lack

about Senator Hattie Caraway, who scholarship and hard work won the form of milk, fruit juices and cool- : ;!
When the favorable
temperature mounts,fat acid present a medium
seeks another term. highest respect. Chief Justice binders heatloss.Thebody temperature ing drinks made from pure water of spores.
for the germination .
The Chief Executive the informed of Cardozo'sdeath of the overweight individual 1
spent Hughes, and packaged beverage crystals
is more likely to rise than that of They become .unfit to eat
week-end resting at the ranch of in Italy said: "It is an irre- the thin person,and he is thereforemore containing dextrose, fruit acid, flavoring may of spoilage :
without showing signs
his son Elliot 17 miles from Fort parable loss to the court and the liable to heat prostration.For and coloring.

Worth, Texas. Then his special nation. He was a jurist of the highest greater comfort better appear or having a noticeably sour taste' '
ance and for improved health the odor. This condition is most :
rolled northward to Amarillo, wherehe rank and noble spirit." manorwomanwhoisoverweightshould '
stopped long enough to make President send for the reducing bulletin and C likely to occur with home canned
an Probably Roosevelt will offered free by C. Houston Hot Weather Vitamin beets pumpkin and y
auto trip about the city. Next day not appoint Cardozo's successor be- Goudiss.and reduce by the safe and corn, peas "
Two European investigators recently that have not been
he arrived in Pueblo, Colo., on his fore fall, for the court is in recess sane method of counting calories. found that to high sweet potato Commercially 1
The bulletin it complete with exposure correctly processed. -
to San Francisco
way Diego until October. But speculation as chart,showing the calorie talue temperatures causes a 50 per cent canned foods are usually safe,
and the cruiser Houston which of all the used J
was to his choice began immediately.The commonly foods
loss in vitamin C from the body
to him and it contains sample menus owing to the higher temperatures !
carry through the Panama name most frequently heard in
that you can use at a guide to tissues. And lowered vitamin C used in their preparation.Mrs. o
canal. the discussions in Washington was scientific weight reduction.
reserves are partially responsibleor A. C. B.-Dried fruits are ,
During a brief stop at Wichita that of Sen. Robert Wagner of New Just send a postcard to C.Houston :
Goudiss at 6 East 39th Street. that tired feeling so often experienced considered good source of cal:1:1
Falls, Texas, the President an- York, one of the President's chief New York City, asking for his in warm weather. Their cium. A
nounced that he was appointing lieutenants in the field of social leg- reducing bulletin. 20 .9
Goudiss 193U- '
research indicates that drinking WNU-C. Houston *
"Gov. James V. Allred to a vacancy I islation. I 1

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Causes ofRheumatism UNIFORM "
B Ese

.: I E izyi: W4 the HOUSEg IJ ..to the Housewife :

Lesson I :J .' -. .-

L.. LUNDQUIST, D. D. That's Tickless Time.-Does the tick- inches
'. Dean of The Moody Bible Instituteof an AcquaintanceYou're in diameter so that the
By Chicago. ing of the clock annoy you? Cover child can easily button his
Western Newspaper Union not friends so long as own
the clock with'a
glass bowl. You clothes. '
seeks make'an
one to exact return still
can read the time but youwon't *
Ben Syndicate.-WNU Service. Lesson for July 24 for every favorand sacrifice of hear: the buzzing or ticking.
Handy Stool. A
the other. folding camp
V/OU miss seeing a friend or stool makes an excellent luggage
GIDEON FOLLOWING GOD'SPLAN Some politicians may know bet-
: "Pre-Shrunk" Goods.-The la- rack for
I acquaintance for some time ter, but they'll follow us in our bel "pre-'shrunk" does not neces- bedspreads tourist and homes and saves
and when next him he folly just the same; for we have
you see sarily guarantee that the garmentwill chairs from dusty bags.

tells you that he has had "an- GOLDEN LESSON TEXT-J TEXT-Have dges not 7:4-7.I commandedthee 1523. the votes. not shrink any further; it *

other attack of rheumatism." ? Be strong and of a good courage. Pick stubborn men for friends, merely states that some shrinking Dull-Bottomed'Pans.
Joshua 1:9.PRIMARY. they are stubborn in ,their affection has taken place. heat
The question then naturally TOPIC Why Gideon Won. for you, too. and money 'by using pots and

arises as to whether the attackis JUNIOR INTERMEDIATE TOPIC-Gideon's AND SENIOR Band TOPIC- A man might be known by the Help Children Help Selves. bottoms pans with black or satin-finished
just the "old" attack that The Lord's Three Hundred company he'd like to keep if he Buttons on small children's cloth- absorb heat more
YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPIC- evenly and rapidly than those with
,has returned or whether it is an A Wise General. could only get into it. _ing _should be from 3/i to 1% shiny bottoms.

entirely "new" attack. ,
:' Who is he? What are his connections Add
;' While there is much that remains ? How large an organizationdoes Cake Iud"ges Radiant Beauty
Frosting for
I a to Sample
3 unknown about. the cause or causes he represent? These are the to Your BedroomThere's
of rheumatism, the "
measures of the greatness of a man

I ", .' "' .'t' medical profession back which are common in the world. grace and beauty in

is coming Even in religious circles there is a detail of this
,... <*. more to the idea cross-stitch
f' that special or seeking for the men with "big motif which you Will enjoy em-
specific organism is names" when something is to be yti 3 broidering on a bedspread-it's
-,14; }+V41
done. Our lesson for today reit-
i quickly done and
I decorative
,.,,.. .. to blame. The special erates the which we all /i r"< ) r.:: : r; '?Frr''.' /X ,/r: /7 S r / r 30
principle when finished.
The bluebirds
a 2:," tN/ are
/ organism caus know but which practice so little, 1. '%: .4. ; .. r.a y. ; ,f / in
:j' rheumatism we f/N. i24'.' fi 1'ly /. ten-to-the-inch crosses; the
; ; ing : ry ,. ,. ,,;/ ., ar.ra"r' f/ / t y
f-- may be always in namely that whatever is accom :: ,;?h y .,.v: y +.. ? "Ar///yS greater part of the rest of the de-
plished that"is really worth while is (
'ej i A' tz the system of cer
tain individuals and done by God and that He uses only
.. humble instruments-the "foolish
at times when theindividual's
Dr. Barton resist- things," the "weak things," ,the
I, "base and whichare
ance is lowered things, "things
; despised" (I Cor. 1:26-29). No
these organisms get the upper hand ,
: *
flesh is to have any opportunity to .41
and an attack of rheumatism oc
curs. glory in His presence. If men who ,f

are accounted great by this worldare ., t.
Now if the attack was just a slight
:.. inflammation of the lining'of a joint, useful to God it is only because ;:! :y :

;' or the fibrous part of the muscles, they: are themselves humble'in spirit -

it would be bad enough, but unfortunately and service. .y

with each attack of rheu- Gideon came from an obscure

matism there may be also an inflammation family in a small tribe in Israel-

of the lining of the heart and was astonished when God called

and blood vessels. him (Judges 6:15): He asked God for

Dr E I. Tsukershteyn, in Clinical several signs to assure him that he

Medicine, Moscow, states that "of was the chosen instrument of the
Lord (read Judges 6)), but once he
300 cases admitted to his clinic, 82 """""""
was certain he went forward noth-
cent of recurrent-
per gave a history ing doubting.I. A professional cake, Baker, frosting one of the hundreds ,of cakes
or repeated attacks.To .
Prevent Attacks. An Insignificant Army (vv. 4-7). which were made up in the Experimental Kitchen Laboratory, main- .

tained by C. Houston Goudiss in New York City, in the course of
How can attacks of rheumatismbe At first thought it seems almost I
prevented or made less.serious? foolish to comment on this story of selecting the winners in his recent Cake Recipe Contest.

As the cause in most cases is repeated reductions in the size of By C. HOUSTON GOUDISS The ,scoring system was highly
some special oiganism-in infected Gideon's army in these hectic days
I accustomed scientific. And we can say with
teeth, tonsils gall gladder, or intes- when the nations of the earth are NATURALLY seeing am of deliciousand conviction that no matter how Pattern 5940.

tine-the first thought is an immedi- living for but one objective-to 'create interesting foods in the Exper- close the race, the winners defi- sign is in five-to-the-inch crosses.

I ate visit, and a visit every SIX' a fighting machine bigger and imental Kitchen Laboratory that I nitely outpointed even their clos- Motifs to match make a lovely
4c months or a year afterwards to the more fully manned than that of any est rivals. bolster or scarf. In pattern 5940
maintain in New York But
;;;., dentist and physician. The second other nation. will find transfer ofa
you a pattern
in all the years of its existence, it First Prize Winner.
..,. thought is to keep the body strong But on second thought it is just motif 15% by 20 inches,
has been busier
never a. nor a
The first of
and disease-resisting by not eatingtoo the time for such comment, because prize $25.00 went to one reverse motif .5% by 5/i

much food and taking, more ex what the nations are doing is more the last-few inviting weeks place when than the during home Whitewater Mrs. D, F. Kelly Wis., 1004 Charles St., inches and one motif 4% by 5Ya'

ercise. a perfect example of the hopeless economists on my staff have been inches; a color chart and key;

Even under the care of physicianand philosophy of men, while what Gideon busily testing and judging the Second Prize Winners. material requirements; illustra- .

dentist. and care in eating and did is a presentation of God's many fine cake recipes sub- The five second prizes were tions of all stitches used.

the taking of exercise there may way. These notes are being pre- mitted by readers of this paper in awarded to Mrs. H. Harshbargenof To obtain this pattern, send 15

C be attacks because you may be pared in a city distant from the our recent Cake Recipe Contest. 2427 Fifth Ave., Altoona, Pa.; cents in stamps or coins (coins

"sensitive" to certain organisms, writer's home, where he is attend- R. A. Williams, 12075 Rosemary preferred) to The Sewing Circle,

but the above care should' lessen ing a conference of national leadersin ful Imagine and ,colorful if you can kitchen, a big cheer-filled Ave., Detroit, Mich.; Mrs.' C. A. Household Arts Dept., 259 W.

the chances-of permanent disability a field of great and international Burns, Box 788, Oakland, Miss.; Fourteenth..St., New York City.
with tables which
to heart, blood vessels, joints, etc. importance. A long session just con- long upon row Miss Sadie Cunningham, Avon-
after row of handsome cakes
cluded was addressed by a numberof more, Pa. ; and Mrs. Laura Meyer -
were arranged-proudly testifyingto I
Overweight an Ailment.As brilliant and capable men and the skill of the homemakerswho !. 107 Pleasant St.:", Plymouth,

'our insurance companies give women-and the conclusion they cherish the recipes from Wis.
their reports to the public it is reached was that America was a which made.
they were > Third Prize Winners. MAKES 10
now an established fact that over-I badly befuddled nation, lost withouta s Rr
weight is a serious liability to i sense of direction in a wildernessof Every Type of Cake Entered. Mrs. T. H. Fjone, Flaxville, G pSS 10 CAPE /
health and to life: When we re- incoherent and inherently con- A whole tableful of white cakes, Mont.; Mrs. Lester Ralston, 127 tla

member that carrying 25 to 50 tradictory theories and about to lose with and without icing. Chocolateand South Judd St., Sioux, City, Iowa;
its dearly bought freedom unless J of Mrs. Harry A. Kramer, 16 Marin
pounds ol excess fat upon the bodyis cocoa cakes every possible
someone points the out. The All of cakes fragrant Road, Manor, Calif.; Mrs. F. D. "
just the same as if that weightwere way type. manner A Man of Wealth
iron or lead, some idea of the only solutions offered were bigger and delicious -'spice, ice McDonald, Route 1, Amherst, A learned man has always

extra work, done by the body every and better human programs, and cream, honey, caramel, maple Texas; Vera Tygar, Commodore, riches in himself.-Phaedrus.
when a suggestion was made that nut date Pa.; Mrs. George Ahlborn, R. D.
day can be realized. This extra syrp, pineapple, or-
work is not too much for the bodyto our need might be spiritual the discussion ange, lemon, butterscotch, jam, No. 1, Mt. Pleasant, Pa.; Mrs. B.

handle when we are in our twenties : was promptly directed in banana, raisin: oatmeal, cocoanutand A. Robinson, Box 578, Emmett, HANDY Ucnte ll4e4 JARS

or thirties but when exercise another direction.We marble cakes. Cakes bakedin Idaho; Jean Guthrie, 4712 Camp- 5*

which holds and builds strength be- need the lesson today that it long sheets, square cakes, bell St., Kansas City', Mo.; Mrs. MOROLONE AND lOcjO
i is by the seemingly Walter Richter, Bonduel, Wis. ;
comes less then more fat accumu- insignificant round cakes, layer cakes. Old-
lates pnd the burden becomes greater Gideon's band that victory is to be fashioned cakes from grand- Mrs. P. C. Blakely, Alden, Mich.

with less strength with whichto obtained.II. mothers' recipe books. Very modern Honorable Mention. .... ,' .. .. u'. _

carry this excess fat. Obedience to God's Command and up-to-date cakes. And Emogene Williams Damon I '_ ... .
l.E1re o -lii' : :
Generally speaking, all that is (vv. 15-23). even one that was said to have "" ,:" .. !!,}t1'h -
Texas; Mrs. Simon Moen, Norma, _: .;:;:;. ; ,, :: :
necessary to remove a good partof After the Lord had encouraged the been a favorite with General Rob- N. D. ; Mrs. Dick Collins, Mason- .... 'N'E';' W! O R'K'II'jI'I '
this excess fat is to cut down on ert E. Lee. I've never seen anything : .. 0.. -/< :
heart of Gideon by the account of ville, Iowa; Mrs. B. F. Herman, : .: : 'r :_
,all starches fats and liquids, and the dream of the Midianite (vv. 8- to compare with the collec- Box 1118, Crosby, Miss.; Mrs. ; -

practically all overweights can do 14), he and his band are sent for- tion, even at the biggest State Paul Lorenz, P. O. Box 225, is right around this quiet, congenial hotel.
this up to a certain point. In fact, ward with Fair! Strathmore Calif. Mrs. S. S. Ar-
strange weapons and even ; Rooms with bath from $2.50 single, $4
even those whose overweight is dueto stranger instructions.It Do you wonder that the home entz, Simpson, Nev.; Mrs. Vida

a gland disturbance- -thyroid pituitary is not ours to question "Why?" economists on my staff required Hilger, Box 257, Rockland, Mich.; double. FAMOUS FOR GOOD FOOD.

or others-are able to remove when God tells us to move forward. several weeks to pick the win- Mrs. ,Grace H. Peterson, Box 335,

some of this excess fat by When will we learn that He knows ners? For with such a wealth of Amherst, Wis.; Mrs. Cecil Skin-

cutting down' on these three classesof more than we do. and that obedienceis exceptional cakes from which to ner, Bedford, Wyo.; Mrs. Joe Fur- "a.IJM,5fciWoodsrock

.foods. all we need to render unto Him? choose, selecting those for top nace, 317 West Twentieth St.,

However, the important point "Behold, to obey is better than to honors, was indeed 'difficult. South Sioux City, Neb. -
about weight reduction is that
every sacrifice, and to hearken than the The cake bakers were trainedfor My thanks and my complimentsto
case should be considered itself.
fat of rams" (1 Sam 15-22)). their work. They followed the every homemaker who submit ,
Thus living should be studied
recipes precisely. whey measured ted recipe. I only that World of Difference
.. There, is the housewife who HI. The Sword of the Lord and of a regret
\ works hard in the home all day, Gideon (vv.. 18. 20). accurately. They checked oven everyone who submitted a recipe Many a man has mistaken "gall"
could not win for
temperatures. a prize. J grit.
bakes, cooks sweeps, looks after While some folk err in countingthe
the children, and there 'is the other Lord out and making everything

housewife with plenty of help, who
depend on man there are a few
does no physical work whatever. who make the opposite error and #
Naturally the one doing all the work become fatalistic in spirit and rela- ( *

should not have her food reducedat tively useless to both God and man L

as fast a rate as the one who -because they hold an improperview
does no work.Similarly .
of the
manner in which the
with men* Some over- Lord works through men.

weights are on their feet much of A man who objected to soul-

the day whilst others sit at a desk. winning efforts, and especially per-

Rest, more rest than should be tak- sonal work, said that he believed

\ en, is as big a factor in putting on "God could save a man if he were BOTH Pepsodent Tooth Paste and Powder t
fat as is food. the of : contain Marvelous Irium
alone on top the Alps. Of *;b
In other words, the fact that insurance course He could but God does not '. yti There's a reason why Pepsodent can more effective It actually isl! You'll see

companies treat overweightas ordinarily work that way. It is the v' make your teeth glisten and gleam as how Pepsodent-thanks to wonderful
an ailment and will refuse insurance "sword of the Lord"-yes, but do '% R3 5f they naturally should I The answer?Irium, Irium-gently brushes away cloudy sur-
to overweights just as they not forget that it is "the sword of / '9 y r 4,7 that remarkable new cleansing agent found face-stains how it polishes teeth to a

refuse applicants with heart, kid the Lord and of Gideon." God has S. in Pepsodent alone of ALL dentifrices I dazzling natural brilliancel I And Pep-
: ney, bloodvessel and other ailments S < 7' Once you've used this new-day donti- sodent works SAFELY I It contains NO
.4 shows that each case of overweight graciously condescended to do His ',rn' frice you'll see for yourself how much BLEACH, NO GRIT, NO PUMICE Try it!
work on earth through human agen-
requires individual attention from
cies. Let us be ready.
the physician.


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FOUR '. i!

A similar thought must have in haste to wed! 1 Lot 6 Block 201 ...__---- .--. .. : '0 E. J. Malone 3,9 I 0 T"/
The Clewiston News -I I Lot 11 Block 201 _____ '- 1\1. B. Rothrock :3,80
struck those in charge, of state Roman BrideIf Lot 20 Block. 201 ._.___ Mrs. L. K. Iulr __, 3.90

prisoners. We notice the pants you had been a Roman bride Lot 34 Block 201 _..__ 1\1. Koenlgsburg _.__._ 3.18
Lot 1 Block 202 ._._...,...__..:_ George A. Heinz ___ 4.80 I
Published Friday In Clewistor, stripes are more becoming'up and your robe would needs be new, and Lot 4 Block: 202 -. Walter F. Carrie 318

Florida, by every the CLEWISTON NEWS down than they were around and simple, colored only in white or Lot 5 Block 202 ._-!__L:__._ Walter F. Carrie== 3:18:
Lot 10 Block 202 ____.____ Florence O'Meara -'_""_'" 3.tJO- I'
Inc. around.. saffron hue. The ccstus was worn Lot 11 Block 202 ____.__ Mrs. Frank C. Deagon 3.91)

----.- over it-a* secret girdle of cool Lot 12 Block 202 .______ Mrs Frank C. Dcagon 2,90!
Lot 13 Block 202 ._.___.._ James J. Carroll __._-= 3:90:
J{ ATJlJ EY IIOWDKX, Kilhor Since weddings and brides are with many knots"upon it that the Lot 1 Block 203 ..,..._._.__._ A. Rclne.t __. 7.50- I

much in the local public eye groom alone could pull. And if Lot,4 Block 203 _....___ B. A.. Doerk ._._..._...._ 4.80Lot !
very your 6 Block 203 ...__._....___....._ D. G. Alston ...._........._.__ 4.8f
Entered as second class mall matte' (And if you are planning a new you were a Christian bride, Lot 11 Block 203 ._..__.__.__ F. 1V Iverson ----- 1.26 i

February 1, 1927. at the Post OfficeClewiston i in dress save it for Labor Day for veil was purple or white; but if Lot 17 Block 203 ____._ Crumble Davis __--_ 5.11
Florida, under the Act of Lot 18 Block 203 __.__ Julia Rharkey ___..._ 4.2&
March 3, 1807.Subscription. another wedding) perhaps the following you were a Pagan bride, your veil I Lot 19 Block 203 ....._____ Mary KIng ____...-.:'_ 4.2r. :

_. ._ Ella Kane ......___ 1.21
blank verse will be" of in- was flaming bright. Lot 20 Block 203 ___ _=_
I Lot 8 Block 204 ..._..._...._ Anna E. Anderson __._._ 5,7f I
terest. It's from Fashion Digest Chinese Dlride] Lot 13 Block 204 ._........__.__._ Edwin G. Boon 3,90! I'
Advertising Itnte.s On Apiilicndoii. I It's Lot 3 Block 207 _._....._,_ .._... .,( Charles W. Wright ____.. 3.5-1
If your'e a bride prospective, and Your robe is red and rich. Lot 6 Block 207 ..._.___.__._ fielen 1\1. Hathaway .._. 3.54

have your costume planned, silken and embroidered in multi- Lot 7 Block 207 .__.__:....___.._. George 1\1. Garber _..._?.__.. 3.s.f
Devoted to the advancement and welfare you There's red silk i Lot 11 Block 207 _.__.__ A. B. Farnquist _._ 3.54
stitch. a
wonder what might colored
you'll you Lot 19 Block 207 Amelia 1\1. Hall 3.18-
and Count. ------
of Clewiston Hendry have worn in quite another land. gown beneath it, and fringes at its I Lot 20 Block 207 _,.__.__._ ..; James F. Carroll __,__,_ 3.18-

Your- Lot 22 Block 207. __._ .._ f: I., Marie Pavlik _'___'_".__ 3.18Lot
African Bride I hem. headdress is elaborate 23 Block 207 ----. .'F Marie Pavlik -:--.-......--.-: 4.62
and __.. .' W A. Isaacs ___.__ 2.-t&
FLORIDA'S SUGAR HANDICAP chief dangling jewel strings ge11.1 Lot 3 Block 208 ---=- : \
Your husband is a Zulu I Lot 4 Block 208 ____._.._ ,- W. A. Isaacs _: _.__ 2..1G-
(The) Miami Herald--July IS, 1938: ;) and you're his 61st. You dance Your bridal veil is red and long; I Lot 5 Block 208 _'____"_ 1'V.. P. Dldlake -.---.- 2.4GI -

bouquet is symbolic. Poor Lot 6 Block 208 : -.' .' 'V P. Did lake --.--.-.- 2.4&
your ---?-----
pas-seul before him, and your, cos- Lot 7 Block 208 ____ .. : Lawson Payne ---....-_._ 2.41)

If Florida was. included among; tume is the worst. A black plume Chinese maid! Will luck-flowers I I Lot 8 Block 208 __._._.._ .. S. Hule __.___.._._....___ 2..1&
which President restore your land to frolic? I t:. .
to -
the Southern states tosses on your head, a visor hides I. Lot 9 Block 208 _______ <".: J.V.. IIula ....._....._..__.. ._._.. 2.46

Roosevelt alluded as being your face; and tufts of combed And now you've been around the Lot 10 Block 208 ...______ -::; ;w. J. 'V. Hule -..,_..._....__..._? 2.46

No. 1 problem, just world and seen your bridal' faction, Lot 11 Block 208 _..__._._ '4-- John C. McCoy -.----_ 2.II>
the nation's white cow-tails. flutter from your Lot 21 Block 208 __..__.____ H. F. BycroCt ....__._ 3.18'
a' little fair consideration on the limbs with grace. Your tiny skirt you'll turn to your own costume Lot 25 Block 208 __.____ .; "'. Emma Willard ..._.__ 3.18Lot :

goy-ernment. would ana- witheyes of satisfaction. 26 Block 208 __.__ .r:: r:'.' Emma 'Villard ....---_ 3.18
part of the flies wildly, and your seedpod Lot 28 Block 208 ._ .__..____ .'. Miss Caroline Pavlik __ 3.18

speedily remove this state Iron: lets rattle; your husband may be Lot, 29 Block 208 _!..___._ -_._ .. r; ":.; Miss Caroline Pavlik .-. 3.18I
I :
have the Difficulties Lot 29 Block 354 ----..-.- '.' ,.,:-, Alice G. Rothrock .--- 3,18
that list. chieftain-but you won difficulties I Lot 32 Block 354 _-'-___- ;-. A, '., Jessie Barber ._.____ 3.18I
Jay W. lIorm1'vice':' president or.. battle. Remember that are Lot 33 Block 354 ____ _L.. :- J. K. Baker __.-._- 47.11)

i made only to be overcome. .I Lot 1 Block 355 _.____._.._ .; ; John S. Banks __'_ 3.1&
the United States .Sugar Corpora Swedish Bride ,i Lot 23 Block 355 __.__._ -A1 ." OJaf Olsen ....--.------ 3.U

Hon, in an address before the local i This year it's Sweden to your I| Lot 25 Block 355- _.___...__ .,._:.,..".<. Bernard n. Payne ...- 3.18
355 ... Frank Carey 3.U
Lot 27 '
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Kiwanis club pointed out that Florida : taste. If you're a Swedish bride, Scandinavians Like Coffee Lot 28 Block 355 _'__".'___'_ '.'; Mrs. H. J. Warner -_..- 3.18 L
I I Danes Swedes and Norwegians I _____ : <. _. H. Burk .. 3.18 '
] The Block 356 _
is being, not only unjustly adhering to tradition, your honor Lot 25 -------- (.iI".f
I drink the most coffee. People Lot 26 Block 356 __.._ ;." ; .. II Burk -.-......_._ 3.18
used, but is being handicapped i ir i will be'' tried with running from 1 I Lot 28 Block 356 ____-" .'..,,=" Julia L. ShaFkey __ 3.18I

its agricultural development by thi : your house to church, like a walk- in the United States come next. I I Lot 39 Block 356 ____.____ ....i .. Elmer G. Case _.._-_..-- 3.13
I Lot 40 Block 356 Elmer G. Case ______ 3.18
iniquitous tariff and allotment laws ing jeweler's shop, with a silver Lot 41 Block 356 ------.1./_.__ J.: Elmer G. Case ___ 3.1S

enacted and approved by Congress head that adds I Life Makes Records Lot 29 Block 357. _._____.. .:';: Anna M. Hopkins _"'_ 3.90Lot
crown upon your: records 30 Block 357 _.__-._._.__ .; Anna M. Hopkins ___._ 3.90
He spoke particularly as to the three pounds a-top.. Your dress is The years write their on Lot 35 Block: 357 _____..___ :' E.C.. Crofts ____._._.._ 3.90
; of and human hearts as they do on trees; Lot 36 Block 357 _"._"'_ .: :' -:. E. C.' Crofts __....__ 3.i0!
It 3 is withjewels glass
sugar industry of Florida. decked in inner circles of growth which no Lot 3 Block 358 .._......_......_..._ ;. .. O. H. Schuler _.--'._..__ 3.18
well known that certain section; .broken mirrors,_ lead. Your honor Lots 15, 16 Block 358 _"...:. '' .. ;;: Mrs. E. A. Schult _._.___ 27.3
you're eye can see. / Lot 17 Block 358 _.:.._:.___ .: ;- :Mrs. E. A. Shull ____ 18.31)
of the Everglades include lands eminently rests upon your speed-so Lot 21 Block 358 _.-._-_.._ ..". .. Anna J. Kuhlmann ___ 3.90

fitted to the production of' - - - --- Lot 22 Block 358 ___.___._:." _. -.. Anna J. Kuhlmann 4.08
I Lot 31 Block 358 -.---_--- 'f.c. Seminole Drug Co. -- 54.30
sugarcane of a high quality and _____ Hilda 3.18tk j
I Lot 43 Block 358 '! Toenbe.g ------
the ____._ : Dr Samuel Fisher : 3.18
that the fertile lands of region 6 Block 359 '. --- I
NOTICE Lot 18 Block 360 ____ .. .. 1\1. W Young __-.. 3.18

are capable of producing more thai: \ Lot 19 Block J360 __..__.-.._. '\..', : M. 'V, Young _----. 3.18 I

500,000 tons of sugar annually. Lot 25 Block 360 ._..___: '.':" ,.;. D. J. Voss ----.-- 3.18 I II
Cora A. Keller 3.18
Lot 4 Block 361 ---- ---- !
laws alloting the _.__.___._._ -,.'" O. C. Bryan 3.18
Under the NOTICE is hereby 'given that the following described lands, or as I Lot 8 Block 361 r : ---- t
..: \ lrs. Anna M. Hopkins 252.30
Lots 23. 24 Block 361 .___ I.
world sugar production the* state much thereof as will be necessary to pay the amount due for taxes 1 l' ot 25 Block 361 .__.__.__.__._ '. :.. Mrs. Anna 1\1. Hopkihs_ 3.54

of Florida is restricted to producing herein set opposite to the same, together with the costs'of such sal Lot 26 Block 361 0.'c.." Mrs. Anna 1\1. Hopl
the first of Lot 27 Block 361 ___ __. .,' Mrs. Anna M. oplins_ 3.54
tons. and advertising will be sold at public auction on day .
55,000 ,
Lot 28 Block 361 __._..._...._ 'p--: Mrs. Anna 1\1. Hopkins_ 3.54
August 1938. beginning at twelve o'clock' noon, at. the City Hall .of : .' 1\1rs. Anna 1.1. Hopkins_ 3.5.1
If, said Mr. :Moran, 10 percentof Lot ,,20: Block 361 ..__.._._ i- '
the City of Clewiston., Florida. '
the continental_ market, that is, I R. Y: PATTERSONTAX I Lot 30 Block 361 __._...:_.: ',' Mrs.- Anna 1\1. Hopkins... 3.18

consumption in continental United I Lot 31 Block 361 ...._._...__.___.. < .Mrs. Anna M. Hopl\: ns._ 3.18
COLLECTOR, CITY OF CLEWISTO1 A 1\Irs. Anna 1\1. Hopk1l1s._ 3.18
Lot, 32 Block 361 -._..___.--. .
States, were allowed to Florida the I Lot 20 Block 362 ..________:_; ...': :'; '. Adolph Tishler -._,-- 3.90

would prosperity tc I Lot 21 Block 362 __,_,,___,_. .f. 'Adolph Tishler _---- 3.90
results spell ,, Lot 30 Block 362.___.__._ < N. B. O'Kelley _____._ 3.90
this state and to all other part. % AMOUNT Lot 32 Block 362 ___.:._..__ ;:"I; 1\Irs. Rena F. Jacobi 3.91)
DESCRIPTION 00 r, I __ l\Irs. V. E. Jacobs __ 5.70
OWNER .OF TAXES Lot 36 Block 362 _._ "" > :
of the
country.But OP LAND 6 ? Lot 12 Block 363 ._._.-.___._ : ." A. 1\1. Coleman _____ 2.82.
Florida is restricted to about j z :a' AND COST! Lot 14 Block 363 ..__.__.._ ..:.." \\r. n. Griffiths ___.__ 3.36Lot
:::: < 0 24 Block 363 ___.._._._ '';.j 1\ts. E. A. fchult ____.. 20.10
:10 percent of its own capacity te G7 H K < Lot 1 Block 367 __.__._.._ ': Mrs. E. A. Schult _--. 45.30

produce and less than actual requirements 00. Lot 2 Block 267 _.:......_..___.". '. :, ,. 1\JrR. E. A. Schu1t _- 25.50
'r Lot 3 Block 367 ___.__.__ i"; Mrs E. A. Sc-hult __- 14.70
of its own people. Lot 1 Block' 1j 50 ft. & 115' "" \ Lot 4 Block 367 ----.._:...... h'- .. .. Mrs. E. A. Schult _--...,.. 14.70

:Furthermore the speaker declared fl. off S. end- .;._.__...___. First. Bank of Clewiston. 72.00 Lot 9 Block 367 _._.._._.;__. God; ; .' O. 1\[. Benson ______ 2.46
S 85 ft. off -----.--;.. .I Lot 13 Block 367 :-__........ ,;/; :'. E.V.. Hathaway ._.__ 2.82
that if Florida. were given treatment Lot 9 Block 9 N 60 ft off ,; Alston Drug Co-----------L. 33.00 Lot 16 Plock 367 .: ___._.__:_ './ Mrs. E. A. Schult _.___ !90.30)
-Block 17 ____._:_._::.._ Anna AL Hopkins ._._... S.flO! .\ : ._. Milan A. Farah 28w
15 ai Lot ., .. Lot 17 Block 367 .. ... -------
percent as great ----
only -
Lot 2 Block 17 ___:._..:._ Anna AL Hopkins .--...-. 3.90! Lot 19 Block S67 _._.____._ : D.' L. Voss ,___..___ 2.82
that now given to off-shore areas Lot 10 Block 20 ____:__..... '. R. E. Kurtz ------.-- 4.80 I Lot '22 Block 367 _____.__ -'. Stanley l\IcCorlde ___ 2.82

foreign countries, Florid Lot 30 Block 23 _.__..:.__..._..._,.:';f.,-" ... Colt's Inc. .-,--._..-..-?-_ 6.00Colt's Lot 24 Block 369 ....___.__ L. 201. Harding ___._._.__ 3.90
and Lot 31 Block 23 ._ .......,.._..__: Inc. ----.--.,.-- 0.60Colt's ( .. .. Pearl ._ 3.90Lot
_.. Guy
_.._. .
25 Block 369 --------
Inc. 6.60 : Lot
would be of great assistance in relieving Lot 32 Block 23 ._......:_ -.-. ----;:--- .' L. M, Harding _. 3.90
_....__.___._._ 1, B. W. Jenks Sr. _....._ 4.80 26 Block 369 ,----- : ----.. -
Lot 23 Block 20 ; _,:: ( .. ', John DL Spies .. _. .... 3.90
the unemployment'situation 360 __._ _..._ : -
; Block
__._._ Lot 33 _
B. W. 4.80
._......_...._..._. Jenks Jr.
Lot 24 Block 26 \ I Elmer G. Case _._._._..._.. 3.90
_._ .
369 .._..,_. ,
Block .
:31 .
.' n.V.. Jenks, Jr. .. 4.80 Lot p" .
throughout the country. Lot 25 Block 26 .._....____::. .' --- .. Elmer G. Case _.__ 3,90
_.._.__..__ -
_.___.. Lot 35 Block
B.V. Jenks, Jr. 4.80
.. ...._.._. '
.. ._ : -
26 Blocl26 ;
Lot : : 3.00
-- .
accorded Bertha A.
But that boon is not Block'370Lot ..__.__._...._ ----
: B. W. Jenks, Sr. ___. 4.81( 18 .
...._... .
Lot 27 Block 26 ..._._.___ : :; -- I I. Button 3.90
._._. ___ --
370 ---
the state because, through som<= Lot 28 Block 26 ......._......-_:...._ ':7: : -.- B. ,V. Jenks Sr. .---.-.- 4.80 38 Block -'- .' Cornelius Bodthe 2.46Lot
.. ..... : B.V.. Jenks Sr. _____ 4.80 Lot 15 Block: 372 :...__ -- -
29 Block 26 __....._..__ "_.. ;;: ,
7(O : ": ; :\Irs.: Frank C. Deagon
legerdemain of its diplomats ; 4.80 10 Block 377 ....___.___ -
B. W. Jenks. Sr.
._... ..._._. .
.Lot 30 Block: 26 .._ .. -; ..r -- n. c. Nowling ... 3.51
percent of the continental marke Lot 1 Block 27 ._....__.__..._.....,.. .. ", .' -, ,. Anna AL Hopkins -_-_.. 5.70 Lot 13 Block 377 ___.___-_'-__ y R. C. Nowling -__-.-._.-- 3,54
....._...__.. ...__. f.; Anna AL Hopkins 5.70 Lot 14 Block: 377 ,.
27 : '---
Lot 2 Block R. A. Lilley _......_._...: 3.1I
is given over to foreign countries. The Bromar Corp. 108.30 Lot 15 Block 377 __.._..__._ .s: -
._. __ : :
Lots 3, 4 Block 27 ': ;. __ G. C. Voss .... .. ._ 2.10
-- --
Florida has ,often complained"the 01 Lot 19 Block 27 _.._.._.__.:.. : The Bromar Corp. -.-- 5.70 I Lot 31 Block 377 Mrs. E. Moon ___ 2.10I
___.__..__ Mary
: ; The Bromar Corp .._ .. 5.70 Lot 32 Block 377 .
Lot 20 Block 27 .........._...:....__ 2.10
unfair discrimination it ha;:: J Walter Cox ._..____;_...__ 3.90 Lot 33 Block 377 --....-....--.- ;: Mrs. Mary E. Moon ----
Lot 24 Block 27 ___.._._...:_ < Wilbur Goff ._._ .... 18.30
tariff _:__._ ', ': Elmer G. Case ._._ 3.00 Lots 14. 15 Block 378 ___ -- --: -
received from the country's Lot 27 Block 27 ...._ ----- I & B Cash Grocery Co. 29.10
..... ._ 3.00 Lot 19 Block 378 ______ : B
Elmer G. Case '
27" _:___ ; .
28 Block _. _._ : : --- ,' '
laws, not only ,as to the productior Lot Lot 29 Block 27Lotx30 ....?_...._.._..._..:; ';",.' .,', Elmer G. Case .._._..--..- 3.00 Lot 20 Block 378 ._._"'::.__-._ .,:r "" : Alston Drug Co. ______ 29.10Lot 2.46 ,
',,'. Case ._.__..._ _"_ 3.00 I 4 Block 381 ...____..._ : I Otto H. Schuler
Elmer G. ?'r ;
of sugar, but as to the discrimina Block 27 __......._..:..__-= r : ? ; S 1\1. Paulson ____._ 2.46
._._.___ :
'. _. ..... 5 Block 381 ; ;
Elmer G. Case __ 3.00 Lot .
Block 27 ._.._.._._._. : '
31 2.10Lot
; .
Lot __.
fruits and _._._____._ ( C. E. Stedman ---
Lion against the state's _..__ 3.90 Lot 10 Block 383
Walter R. Tweedy
136 _._..._.._..__ .. : '
Lot 2 Block : ._._ 2.10
.". ''.' _......_._.____ ,: C. E. Stedman --
C. E. Shaw _.._._ .._.._.... 3.00 11 Block 383 :
but to 15 Block 138 ....._..___..._;: -
vegetables no .ot : &
purpose. :, "Airs. L. O. Holdsworth
\ __.._..._ _.__ .:
: r .. ... 4.26 13 Block 385
Northern wil! Ldt 4 Block 139 ._._____.__..:_.. '. ::; 'i" E M. Petterson -:--- Lot. ?.' '. -_ :.:, Robert J. Olsen ........._?...._ 7.80Lot
When congressmen ._,_ 5.70Cora
Lot 6 Block: 139 ..:: ',. ,. 'Mrs. A. S. Rothrock ,,; ::;
treat the South fairly, the. President Lot 12 Block 139 ----7.__..__.._.:.. .. A. Keller __.,__ 4.62 ... O. Holdsworth
: Airs. L.
; .. E. J. Keller _........ ... 4.62 14 Block. 385 ________ ',
.. .
Lot-13 Block 139 ..........__ __;.. --- '. .- & Robert J. Olsen ..... 7.80
will have no occasion to refe: ,,'. Margaret Klick .. _, 3.90
Lot 9 Block 141 "'-'-"-'r"--'';. ;; -- .__...__, : :Airs.: L. O. Holdsworth
...... .. : Anna Favlick: ....__.____ 3.90 Lot 15 Block 385 ; . .
;iO the section as a national prob Lot 10 Block 141 ...... -- :,: : .,- '. & Robert J. Olsen _._ 7.80
Lot 11 Block 141 .._.._.__.. :- Elmer G. Case _..___....* 4.80 Holdsworth
_._.,___ Mrs L. O.
lcm Sadie O'Mehra ._. __ 3.90 Lot 16 Block 385 ,
r.ot 15 Block 146 _?.__ ; 1;:': -- .;' & Robert J. Olsen 7.80Lot
10 Block 151 .._._...._ ._ .. .' Elmer G. Case _.._.._.__.._ 3.90 --
.ot I Holdsworth
"' :-' Airs. L. O.
_....:.___. "
; 385. : '_
17 Block
Elmer' G Case ._..___ 4.80 .
.ot 11 Block 151 _....__.:__ J. & Robert J. Olsen 22.20
tot 12 Block 151 __.__ =. ...ii. Elmer G. Case _........___ 3.90 I ': _______? 4.80Lot
.:-;..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. '.ot 13 Block 151 ..........:--i: > Elmer G. Case _.......-_ 3.54 I Lot 5 Blk 390 N of Arco St : U.Jessie S. Sugar L. Kinderling( r 1.74 ;
: ........ 54.30 2 Block 396 ....___ : --- '
'ors 1, 2, 3. Block 152 .,..". '. G. L. Espenlaub ---- 403 ...___._____' ," ,,:',' C. E. Olin ...___._.__ 1.74
.............._... ..._ r First Bank of Clewislon 18.30.Ot5 Lot 4 Block
.ot 4 Block 152 --- : E. ChenotM_____,,_ :._ 2.10 j
e __ ., H. Ether .._..__..._._ 39.90Mt Lot 15 Block 403 __.____. W.
Block 152 ; '
5. < 7 : ,
RAMBLINGS >, .... ._.. 7.50 Lot 11 Block 410 _..._..__:.__ : ; Anna AI. Hopkins --- 2.16 j
.. G. E. Etherton _
8 Block l.r,2 ....,._....;...._.._..:. .' -'. __ 2.10
AI. Hopkins
Etherton ....__. _......._ 7.50 Lot 2-Block 411 ___.___.__a : j
G. E.
.ot .9 Block 152 __._.._::....._.__:.:, : .' ? Lot 4 Block 411 _.:_.__._. L. B. Ecklund _.__.__ 2.16 ;

.. .. .. .. V '.ot 11 Block 152 _2:._.___. ...- First Bank of Clewiston 7.50: Lot 5 Block 411 ___.__-?. 'R- ',' A.. G. Farnquist _-- 2.46Lot J
> Bank of Clewiston 7.50: ____..___._ "' L, L. Lynn _._ _, __, 2.46
Lot 12 Block 152 ._?......._._....: ., First 6 Block 411 :;;. 4.
Nothing that has ever appearec Lot Block: 156 35' off S sido" .' -1' First Bank of Clewiston .40.20 Lot 7 Block 411 _.,_._.:_.: ,' jAnna M. Hopkins __ 2.46

.ot 4 Block 156 ._.__._.Ji-<::, >:' C. C. Klutts ;.._..___.___ 7.50 Lot 9 Block 411 ._____._.__. ,. .\". George Wlebe _.______ 2.82
in the Rambling 'column has bee, V\!: Lot /5 Block 156 .......__ -"-;. ;. .. C. C. Christian .....-.--.. 18.30 Lot 11 Block 412 ___._-;_ ...: : L. H. Schuck ___ 2.10

received with as much favorabl- '.ot 7 Block 156 ....._.....,.._..._:_ '-t... ". .. ", George A. Heinz ..._- 7.50 Lot 12 Block 412 __...._._._._ l L. H. Schuck ____ 2.10
rof 21 Block 156 _..... ..__...: .;: t' :zi: Robert George ,...........,....-... 59.70! Lots 14, 15 16 Block 412 _... ': ) G. E. Etherton ____-< 23.79Lot
comment as the suggestion tha '..ot 1 Block 159 .........__......:_ :. 't;("<. ': Theo. Gottliebt ... .-.._._ 3.18 21 Block 412 ____._..__.. -.i'0. w.' G. Ames ._........ ....--_.._ 3.90!
some street signs be erected ii Lots 1, 2 Block 161 _::._:-..: "J '.. C. R. & D. Corp or Lots 26, 27 Block 412 _....:_ ,:. Mabel Francis .._._.-___ 3.90
._.... _....... .5.10C. Lumber Co. ___ 32.70
< : ;;.; E. M. Cornette Lots 1, 2 Block 414 ......_.._ Royal -
Clewiston.' Everyone agrees will] tots 34 J,3loclJ61: ..___: ; ::. /:..-.,.... R. & D. Corp or Lot 40 Block 415 ..__......__._. .- .rib L. M. Harding _.._.___.... 2.46

us that it should .be done, and \vi : '.. : .,.". E. M. Cornette _._-?_._ 4.20 Lot 21 Block 417 _.,._...._.._. ..,i. .:; Ida L. Curtis __._...--?...- 3.18
'.ot 6 Block 161 ._._..._....:_2.- ''- : George Ctowder '-"--- 2.10 Lot 22 Block 417 .___.__-' ...;' Ida L.. Curtis _._._.-..-_..-.... 3.1S

hope something will be done abou Lot 7 Block 161-..__..___._.:....__. J-"..:., George Crowder ___ 2,10 Lot 15 Block 418 ....__.._.__._. .t:,> A. C. Nelson u..._._.___.....- 3.18 -.
Frederick ... 3.18 _._ _..__._... A. C. Nelsoq _.._..._..__.__. 3.1S
it soon. Maybe the sign-painte:: .ot 2 Block 162 .._........,.._...!- 'u' ;, Mrs. J. E. Lot 16 Block 418 ? ".r" :\.
_..__....__._.._. 3.18_ .
..ot 6 Block 162 _._....._-':;., ..;: J. Windheim -..-- 3.18 Lot 17 Block 418 ____.___.._. : ':iI-: '+ A. C. Nelson :
will find a slack season, and'a nic( .ot 12 Block 102 _......._____: : .- Ruth R. Beardsley -.--.- 5.70 Lot 18 Block 418 ___ : ''A.. C. Nelson _.____ 3.18 ;

order for street signs will pour in .ot 15 Block 103 ......:... ? "' '.' E. "L, -Alston -.. ;-....-_:'-' -- 22.80 Lot 19 Block 418 _...__.__ ;.,- A. C. Nelson _____ 3.18

.ot 5 Block 167 ._._...._.----.l.__.__ r'. .", Herbert Goldstein --?--_ 3.90 Lot 19 Block 422 _._.____.? ;;... '. Hollis Lanier _.___._._ 3.18
'ots 35. 36 Block: 167.__ T. B. Shelley -.. --..- 27.30 Lot 20 Block 422 __._..._ ". .1.: '.- Hollis Lanier ___.___.__ 3.18
A clip she'et from the Agricultur -ot 1 Block 169 ..._......__.__--. : '., ,: Beryl Bowden -.. -- 9.30 Lot 21 Block 422 ._____.__- :<--7'':' "' Hollis Lanier _._._._._._._.. 3.18

..ot 8 Block 170 ....._......_._.__ .. Victor Baron _...._........__.M 3.90 Lot 22 Block 422 ....__..__.._ ', Hollis Lanier ._-."._-, .- 3.18 i
ai News Service has a timely articl( '.ot 9 Block 17ft ......_......____;'.;b .:. Victor Baron _. .......-..-......-... 3.90 Lot 23 Block 422 ...__...._._._ '- : .'. .. Hollis Lanier ._......-....._...._. 3.1S

on clothes for the farm workerThere's '.ot 12 Block: 171 .......__._.___' ..< .- Leslie E. Kemp _... .-..-.._ 5.34 Lot 24 Blocl\: 422 ........_...___ .,.,'. Hollis Lanier .____...-........ 3.18 '
.ot 14 Block 171 ....._.....____._. '. Jennie E. Barber ._.-....- 5.31 Lot 27 Block 422 ....._._'___'_ '. ? Elmer G. Case ....-._.-.....-., 3.18 Ii'
no reason why the far me. '.ot 26' Block: 171 ..... _.._.._.._.. :"'. Rebecca Lutz ......:.....-.._:-.-. 5.31 Lot 28 Block 422 __.__.._:. .,. .; Elmer 'G. Case ..__....-.__._._. 3.90
.. ................ ...... 4.26 ...._.. .j Adolph Tishler .._.._ ._._._ 3.90
' should wear old bulky overalls wit! .ot 3 I Block 172 .........: .. ...,4 J';. M. Cornette Lot 1 Block 423 .,...._._ : t' -
'.ot 7 Block: 172 _.....__-.,-__.:. !r: .- E. C. Cole _..._........._._?....._n_ 4.26 Lot 23 Block 423 ..__.___._ 's1;;:, Fred A. Cleland ....___.__ 3.18 ,
nine times as many pockets as hi(: 172 __ Mrs. J. E. Frederick' --- 4.62 Lot 24 Block' 423 ___......._._ .. Tr Fred A. Cleland ._-...-._- 3.18 '
11 Block
.ot -'--' --. :.' .. : _.._._.._._... ._._ 3.18
needs. The clipping points out hoc .ot 1 Block 173 '= i ;;" G. H. & Frances Small 6.78 Lot 25 Block: 423 ....__.._._ :".; Unknown -
.ot 21 Block 173 -.-...-_-_-.4-- ,!.,"Tz--.: I.. M. Harding ....-.....-_-.- 5.70 Lot 26 Block 423 __._._..___ ..:,::::.--, Unknown .-.....-_.-_ 3.18 i
attractively filling 'station'attend. ,": .... ._.. ._._ 72.30 __. ,, Elmer G. Care...._ __ 3.18 "
.ot 23 Block 173 _.:_..__ -.:_ ,-, ,:: .'" W. G. Ames M Lot 28 Block 423 ___ :;* .
-- : .;- E. Shaw ...:. ,. .._ 6.00 423 _______ s' Elmer G. Case __._.___ 3.18
C. Block ; : 'J
ants are usually garbed, and urge)'{ .ot 24 Block 173 _._..:.__,,: ; Lot 29 ;j':
.' Minerva D. 'SharderW. :T 3.18 446 __ : Jordan Eilers -- ---"- --
.ot 6 Block 175 ....._...__. ..; Lot 35 Block --- ':
farmers to foJloiVthcjr exampleSo .ot 1 Block 176 .....___......:.._. ';.4(:, Conrad Thorp -.._...-._.---- 2.75 .-.f1, =. J
the world will to a more cheer.. '..ot.2 Block 176 .._....______-i 1"J.. V. Shasry ......-..-_..-. 3.90! Lot 36 Block 446.__.__._ _. Jordan Eilers ?..-------- 4.80 !
.. Jacobs _....._. 3.90 453 ___.._____ Lilyan S. Cook .______ 3.90Lot
: : Airs.-V. E. a. 10 Block .
.ot 3 Block 176 _._.__...:. ._.. :: Lot ..
ful place to live if all us farmer: < Allen E. Heyson ._. :_. 3.90 11 Block 453 .____.._._ '; ..; Lilyan S. Cook ._.......__._.._. 3.90
tot 4 Block 170 ...._...___..._.___ );< ;:;:; .
'. Moorman ..... 3.90 453 ._.____,._. .. :.... Lilyan S. Cook _.-._...-...-- 3.90 i
will wear soft'blueS. forest greens, .ot 6 Block 176.___...........___._ :, ;", r '. J. Clinton Lot 12 Block 3.90 I
__ _. >" ..' Victor J. Robins. Sr. 3.90 13 Block: 453 __._..____ ;_ Lilyan S. Cook _.-.--- ,-
'.ot 8 Block 176 ...._.___ ,. .; ;-J }: Lot
cinnamon brdwns, etc. -, r.ot 21 Block 176"f; ;: Gustave C.. Voss -..-.__-... 3.90 Lot 14 Block 453 .__?_.__ :": ,.. Lilyan S. Cook _....___.___ 3.90 .j

Lot 22 Block: 176 .__... ...... ._., Ruth R. Feard-sley _.......- 3.91 Lot 15 Block 453 .._.._.-'-- ',.. 'c, Lilyan S. Cook .--._-_.-._ 3.90 j
Lot 23 Block: 176 _..__.-..._._-...:...:-. D. rf. Jolmslone ..........-..;.._. 3.90 Lot 10 Block 495 _.._._.___ ;, Airs. AI. L. Porteus .-- 2.40.
The _CUR sheet writer would add( Lot 21 Block: 176 ..._......_......__:. A. V. TJri.>tow -..-....-..-_?. 4.50Got Lot 12 Block 495 ......,._.__._ '. ;:-.: Ruth R. Beardsley -_.--- 9.30Lot 9.30
...._....____._ Ruth R. Bcardsley -
13 Block .195 .
another paragraph if he could se 28 Block 176 ...... _....._._.. E.V.. IlJithawpv. ....-.......... 3.3r. Lot 14 Block 495 _._..____ Claude L,. BecketAnnie :..--=- 3.18 d

some'of the gardening outfits som. Lot 30 Block 176 ....,...-_.._--.. .'-.T:,. James F. Oost-llo .. ....:...._ 3.30 Lot 15 Block 495 .._.---.- :},..: ;' L. Marshall --- 3.18
._.__ Ruth R. Tcardslsy: ........._ 3.91Lot ) Tillie Pavlik __.._.__ 2.46
Lot 36 Block 176 ____. Lot 16 Block 495 .__...__._._...,. -
the gardening enthusiasts wea: l' I 6 Block 105! ..........._..._...-.....: A. Walter Jrsscll :. .:-.....__.- 3.90 Lot 9 Block 498 ..______ -l .... Alary C.: Simms '-'__-'_, 2.10 J
around here. Shorts and play suit s Lot 10 Block 195 _...._.-_..--_.? Janet J. Stockbridge -- 3,90f 10 Block: 498 _.__...__... G. \\ Fuquay .........-....-.-. 2.10
sLot I 23 Block 195 __._..._.... ...__ ha.W., .Cn-'n ,.___,.... 4.80 I Lot 15 Block 498 ____..__.__ '.: : Edith Taylor ..--_......._._-...... 2.10 .
are pretty, but boots and long pant: Lot 4 Block 196 _.._''' ._..._....._.. Thonv.s P. Hall _..___. 3.90) Lot 7 Block 505 ....___.._..___.' ;;,;',. Airs.' U O. Holclswoith -. 1.20 ,-,

keep out muck. and mosquitie S'Lot 5 Block 196 ___..._.._..__....._. Blanch Dean ..._........._...__._ 3.90! Lot 14 Block 505 ___...._m..... .. Mrs. E. C. Dawson -._.- 1.20 --"1,,
Lot 20 Block lf)6) ....... .. ._.... Cco'Kc F. Terrell __.._- 5.70Clafl Fruit Growers Ex. Co. 2.05
better. ,. in Garst _.,.... .. ._ 3.90 "
Lot 4 Block 201 ?1...._, ..,_ -: :


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.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. Mr. and Mrs. Robert W- Byres ryne Prewitt as the Princess, and day evening at eight. '
? ? and Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Pepe of the addition of several Lake Har- Junior choir Monday evening rehearsal -

'.:'' .'t'. Memphis, Tennessee are making bor children as maids. attendants, at seven. .
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y iTERSONAL their home at 'the Clewiston Inn etc. Senior choir meets Monday and

SOCIETY while Mr. Byrns and Mr. Pepe who Thursday evenings. :J
and -
: 1 1y are from the Memphis district of LAKE/ HARBOR SERVICES Monday evening, July 25, there -}
U. S. Engineers, ar.e temporarily will be a meeting of the trusteesof
\ located here. the Community church and -all -:
The Rev. Forest C. Taylor, m minister -
_ _ ._.._.._.._.._.._............ ......... __ AAAAA. 1 in the church in the members are requested to be .:
IMINNM.N;NNNI..;..;.; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; .N,1 INN. ..IIINI I INNNI I INININ,1 IN INNN. .NNN. .NININNrMr I Community .
II I SIRS. SCHROEDEK HOSTESS TO Clewiston, will 'spend the monthof present. This meeting will take ..t i
Miss :Mildred Henderson of Ocala and Mrs. H. J. B. Schamberg EVENING BRIDGE CLUB the place of the July meeting and
August supplying the pulpit of
is the.,guest of Jo Ann Walker. were visitors Saturday' in West t I the First Presbyterian church inFort the August meeting. '.'

Palm Beach. Mrs. B. J. Schroeder was host- Lauderdale, where Dr. John Sunday morning, July 31, the .'

Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Nowling I I ess to the evening bridge club i G. King is pastor. TJie following mid-summer comunion service will 1
in Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Sias haVe I be held. .
visited relatives Sebring Sunday. I Wednesday.: Miss Mae Palmer won program has been arranged for %
returned to Clewiston after a visit a Pyrex pie' plate for high prize, services in Lake Harbor: '. The public is cordially invited to

Miss Carolyn McDonald of Belle of"-several days on the East Coast Mrs. Roy Alston custard cups for Sunday, July 24-Mr. Taylor will worship in the Community church. .

Glade is visiting Miss\ Runelle Mc- low and Mrs. T. B. Shelley custard"" .have charge of the worship. a

Gehee. Mr. and Mrs. ,Wl H. Lanier and cups, also of Pyrex, for cut prize. Sunday, July 31-The Rev. E. FOR SALE-One_ Five-Room House, ."a

Miss Lee Pridgen were Saturday Pineapple upside down cake was Davis Conway, pastor of the Meth- large front porch. Lease paid -'. .

Mr. and M'rs. Glen Etherton are visitors in West Palm Beach. served by Mrs. Schroeder to Mrs.. odist church in Moore Haven will on one acre of land to July 1930. :

spending 'a vacation in Miami and Foy Durrence, Mrs. T. B. Shelley deliver the sermon. See J. D. RICKS, Hooker's Point. ..';

other points in South. Florida. Mr. and Mrs. G. .T. Augur and Mrs. Harry Turner, Mrs. R. C.. Sunday, August 7-The guest ""!.

daughters Carol and Jean, spent Nowling, Miss Mae Palmer, Mrs preacher will be the Rev. Wm. .','
Miss Marge Hood returned the Sunday in West Palm Beach. Roy Alston and Mrs. C. E. Nail. Marion Sentell of the Belle Glade

first of the week from a visit with First Baptist church.
Miss Lois Prince --i
relatives in%.Concord, Georgia. Mrs. T. 'H. Callaway of Orlando SIRS. HALL HOSTESS AT Sunday, August 14-The serviceson

was the guest for several days ofMr. AFTERNOON CLUB MEETING this date will be in charge of -

Miss, Mae Lilly Stone and Clay- and Mrs. C. E. Nail. The visitor the Christian Endeavor: Society of ,. _.1
ton 'Vaters.were. visitors Thursday left Tuesday, for a short stayin Mrs. H. R. Hall entertained mem- Lake Harbor. is now connected with the Inn 'j

afternoon in Fort Myers.D. Miami before returning home. I I bers of the Wednesday afternoon Sunday, August 21-The Rev Beauty 'Shop and' invites her .a

bridge club at her home this week. J. O. Jameson, minister in the friends to call on her in her

B. McCarthy of Okeechobeewas Mr. and Mrs. Ivey 1\[. Pafford A bath set went to Mrs. W. M. Belle Glade Community Methodist new location. -
a business visitor in Clewiston entertained at a buffet supper Sat- I Lanier for high score, a box of Episcopal church wil be the guest

s Wednesday.Mrs. urday evening. Their guests were toilet soap! to Mts. L. C. Miller for preacher. Plain shampoo and set :;
....., f. Miss Lena Meyers, Mr. and! Mrs. I consolation and a bottle of hand Sunday' August; 28-The Christian 50c J a

Keathley Bowden spent the B. C. Flaniken, W. M. Bradnack, lotion to Mrs. J': W. Ezelle for cut Endeavor Society of Lake Har- Plain shampoo set, dry -

week-end in Canal Point and Okee- and Dr. and Mrs J. W. Ezelle. I prize. bor will arrange the program on 75c j

chobee.C. Peach ice cream and cake were this date and. have charge of? the
---,--.- Harry and Miss Virginia Schultz served by Mrs. Hall to Mrs. Lanier, worship. : Soapless shampoo arid set, : 1

C. Klutts of Moore Haven of Bainbridge, Georgia, were week- Mrs.. Miller, Mrs. Ezelle, Mrs G. B. Beginning. the first Sunday in.I. 75c 1.

transacted business in Clewiston. 3nd guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. L. I Thomas, Mrs. T. B. Shelley, Mrs.I. September, the services will: be resumed Soapless' shampoo, set, dry i

Tuesday. ngram. Miss Virginia Ingram who I M. Pafford and Mrs. Keathley and held as usual. Those ,. $1.00.' .:,
been the guest of.Jier brother I Bowden. of Lake Harbor -
las living in the vicinity .. v Wje.t set r
Misses Elise and Clarice Lam- : here for several days, returned to are cordially invited to hear these '-.1. ::3 5 c' i
mons are, visiting relatives in Lake: her home with Mr. and Miss S hulz. WILLING WORKERS CLASS visiting ministers and these pro-

I Wales for several days. HOLDS MEETING: FRIDAY grams by the young people duringthe Set and dry }

1lrs.V.. C. Hooker and Mrs. next few weeks.COMMUNITY 50c .

Mrs Frances' Robertson has returned Viola Stone spent the week-end in The Willing Workers Sunday End Curls. .
from a two weeks' visit West Palm Beach visiting rela- School Class enjoyed a combined CHURCH $3.50 and $4.00 '.a

with friends' and relatives in 'Lis-t tives. Mrs. E. T. Cogwill of West business and social meeting Friday Forest C. Taylor,. Minister Permanent waves -

Oak. Palm Beach who had been visiting I I evening at the home of Sheila $5.00, $6.50, $7.50, $8.00 .

here returned with them to 1 I Foster. The sermon subject, next Sunday Facials and dyes and other. .:
J. R. Peyton of Jacksonville of- her home. '. Marianne Jones resigned, as treasurer morning will be "The Glorious items at moderate prices. )
fice of U. S. Engineers was a: and Anne Pafford was electedin Church." The hour of worship is

business visitor in Clewiston thit George L. Boydston of Lake her place. : eleven o'clock. The special music Clewiston Inn Beauty

week. Worth was a caller in Clewiston Those present were Jo Ann Walker wil be 'furnished by, the.Junior. .

Friday, visiting, the Rev. and Mrs.F. Ogie Arnette; Marianne Jones, choir Sunday morning. Shop '

E. E. Kelly Sunday C. Taylor. Mr. Boydston has Sally Graham, Anne Paffcfrd, Jean Sunday school at 9:45 Sunday

from, a business trip to the Caterpillar just completed a special courseat j Augur, Margie Sawyer, Esther morning. Sadie Young, Senior eautlcianNOTICE

Tractor manufacturing plantat : the University and -is now connected ] Brewer, Mary Louise Thomas Nan- Christian Endeavor meeting Mon i

Peoria, Illinois. with the state experiment cy Wright, Mauryne Prewitt, and .
station at. Belle Glade. Grace Ward.

Mrs. Irvin Boettcher" and daughter r---- i After the meeting refreshmentsof !

Vivian, arrived Sunday from 'i Mrs. O. A. Jones and daughter, : fruit punch and cookies were .
West Palm Beach and are visit- Marianne, left Wednesday for Lynchburg served. :
ing Mrs. Viola Stone. Virginia. They were join- ..
r---- ed in Atlanta by 1rs'Jones' mother WEINER ROAST ON LEVEE ,

Mrs. W. E. Cato, sr. of Arcadia Mrs. A. V. Briant. Mrs Chet WEDNESDAY FOR VISITOR Notice Is hereby given that the Board of County Commissioners of
and Mrs. W. E. Cato, jr. of Fa- Lewis took Mrs. Jones and Mari- Hejidry County Florida, has prepared as required by law. the following
of the various funds of
estimates of the necessary and ordinary expanses
hokee, spent Sunday in Clewistor' anne to Sebring. where they 'boarded ,- A weiner roast on the levee Hendry County Florida contemplated for the fiscal year commencing'October
#. visiting Joe, Jerry and Fred Cato. a train? Wednesday evening was enjoyedby 1st 1938, and ending September 30th 1939:

te ----- a large group of boys and g iris .... .' .

Mrs. Dave G. Alston and daughter. Miss Hope Montgomery, Miss invited by Sheila Foster for Mildred GKNKUAU< KKVENUE FUND '

'Martha Nell, left Saturday for z Vera Davis, Miss Fran Houy Miss Henderson of Ocala, who u 212' Clerk to the Board Salaty ._...__....__a..____:_._..____._.____:__$ 3,000.00
mother 219 Attorney to the Board Sheriff rand County Agent- 2.805.00
Walshof Walker.
visit with Gladys Walsh and Mrs. Clara visiting Jo Ann 221 Clerk Circuit i Court .,.._____..:._.__._.._._._;......_.___._.____.._.__..:____'_"'_ j 60.00
Mrs. J. J. Albright, in Columbu.s:; Springfield, Illinois, were guestsof Each guest brought some partof 224 Tax Assessor Commission _.___......_.1.......:.._._._...:_._:.._._.__.__.._:_ 1.200.00
Monday. The were cooked 225 Tax Collector Commission ____....._._ __.,....._._.__.k.____._...:....:._.__... 1100.00 ....
Georgia. of .!\ T. B. 'Shelley the supper. Whiners 241 Maintenance of courthouse ....._....._..___.__._._.__.,.:._._:._:.._?:._._.._::_ 1.800.00
visitors were en route to Miami over a camp fire, and the guests 261 Elections and Supervisor of .RegistrationLegal __..,..__.:...........-=-_.._. 700.00
Mr. and .Mrs. M. H. Scotti ." Beach a vacation trip. enjoyed an hour of games 262 Advertising ...,._..______......._.____.:_ __:.__-.-.._.._-.....-_. 350.00
on greatly 269 Stationary and printing ........_._._.._._. _'-.:..._.......;....".. _.:...:.:.:.__.__ 3 5 O.0 0
Cranford New Jerseywho have and songs after supper. 2690 Record .Books __._.....__.____.._...._.___._;,;.-..:.__..-__...:..:-_. ...._..: 400.Q0,
been in Clewiston for the pas Mrs. B. C. Flaniken and child Those attending were Anne Paf- 2691 Lights, telephone and telegrams _.____--.:..:-.-..-:.....;..--.--. 650.00
business have taker Broad- 2692 Insurance _...____.___.......__._.:___.: ._..__...;.._.:.:.. _._:_.?__;_____'---- ....---.
: Bobby
few weeks on ren, Bevoly and Betty Carol, and ford, Barbara and 2693 Incidentals ..-._..._.-..._.__.__....__.__.....__.__...._..__..,._ : :-'-..:.--.-.---- 1,000.00
one of the Clewiston Inn apart Miss Lena Meyers left Wednesday foot, Sherwood Hall, Mildred Hen 441 Maintenance of jail ..._?_._ _
ments. 011 Lake Texas. Miss Meyers Walker, Doris 537 Maintenance: of cemetery ?.::::::::=::: .... ::: ;:-:--:: : 'in:
: !or Sour : I derson, Jo Ann : 562 Insanity inquest .._ ..,._ .... : a..._ F;,. ::
returns! to her home after a visit Simmons, .Mamie Johnson, Floyd 563 General Welfare ____?._.._.._....._._.___._..__?.....__..___?_::;..._.w.....--..-.-.......----.- 3050.00:
Mrs.: Herman Scharnberg, Mrs I here, and Mrs. Flaniken and child- Little, Margie Sawyer. Mary Louise 699 Contingencies and emergencies ...._..._......__.::_...._.__._,..,..:.._-.._:e.._, :_._._ 1000.00
H. A. Bestor and Mrs. Harry ren will spend two months. withrelatives Thomas, Grace Ward, Dale Crews. d. $ 18,715.00

Vaughn were in LaBelle Tuesday in Sour Lake. Alma Mae Anglin, Ida Bell Brown, .',. ti
afternoon attending a benefit' part Elizabeth Winn, Leonard Moore, n'.

given for the Womans Club at the The Rev.. Forest C. Taylorand Shirley Kreuger, Cleo Scott, Nora' 321. Clerk Circuit Court FINE Fees AND and FOKKEITUUE costs __...._._._FUND..___....__ :;,_.::.;..M;.::..:... 300.00
home of Mrs. H. L. Delaney.Mrs. the Rev. Alexander Linn made a Oglesby, Helen Matthews,' Miss Marj: 323 County Judge fees and costs _........___._._..__.:-..,._:-__-..:..:,____ 2600.00
to West Palm Beach and Mrs. Kreuger 324 Justice of. the Peace fees and costs _._..__._.._:....___.__.:_._._ 100.00
business trip Bell Warren, Mr. 325 Sheriff, fees, costs jail guard aril commission '.-:"__._:':__......__._. 7500.00
H. A. Land and children and Lake Worth Friday. Mr. Linnspent Mrs. C.V'. Simmons, Mrs. Sara 329 Other court costs and fees ..__..._....._._.____._.__.___:__-=?._.._ 600.00
Gene- anSl Shari. Mrs II. C.: Avant last week in Lake, Harbor and Mrs. Walker, 361 Coroners inquest fees and costJ: ._._.._._....____._._._.,...._..:.__ 400.00
Jo Crews, Mr. 362 Feeding and care of prisoners ...._..._...... _...______.._..;;......:.._._......--. 3,600.00
Mrs. A. P. Wynn and Janice Wynt: conducting a vacation Bible schoolin Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Logan and Mr. 699 Contingencies and emergencies .....-..--.---..:: .-. .-.. :.. ,;.::- :----.-..;- 500.00
: : ;: : : ;
left Sunday for Punta Gorda Bead] the church there. and Mrs. Johnson. '
$ 15.600.00
where they: have taken a cottagefor ..
a two weeks vacation. The Rev -Alexander Linn of Fort SUNDAY SCHOOL GROUP L, :.;
Myers was a week-end guest of the PRESENTS PANTOMIME HO All AND "RIDGE FUND: -;
DIr and Mrs. J. E. Beardsley Rev. and Mrs F. C. Taylor at 111 County Commissioners Road lns.ection and mileage :,.-.:...-_._..- 5000.00
impressive pan- 412 Labor on roads and bridge tender ._............._.___..._..._._._:.;;:.._._...__. 25000.00
Dan and James Beardsley were the manse. Mr. Linn was the guest A beautiful and 442 Road Machinery and equipment ....,..._........_._._.._......_...._...._.._____._._._ 9.000.-00
visitors in Miami Tuesday, going in the Community Church tomime wsis: given in the Community of equipment _._ _. .. ... ._. :.. 2300.00
of the Ever- preacher delivered Sunday in connectior 461 149 Rent Road: material __._.___:_.:..:::= :: ::::::_.::?:.. :::::::: .::;::::::::= ::::= ::::::=: 2.000.01: :
down 'for a meeting Sunday morning and a church 463 Payments to cities- and towns ...........__._...._.......___..:_:..._'-. _:_...__.. 525.00
glades Drainage district commis very interesting and helpful sermon. with the Sunday school. The pan 469 Supplies and expenses _..?..._.._.__............:...._____.____.__._-- 7,000.00
sioners. Mr. .Linn Is a Sunday School mis- tomime depicted the saving- of the 699 Contingencies: and emergencies. ....__..........__...._.__.__;._..__..._.::'._..'.__.:.. 1000.00

sionary for the synod of Florida.: infant" Moses at a time when it had I L .., : ; $ 5182500.

Mrs. Thomas B. Shelley, Mrs. }I. been decreed that all male child-. ), -'r. .'

H. Turner, Mrs. R. C. Nowling and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rodriguez, ren of the Hebrews should be slain. .
Mrs. Campbell Nall motored to Mr. and The of the life of this remarkable I'UnLICI.I'FUND. .:y. .
Shirley Ruth Rodriguez, story
tc 685 Money to be expended for pu'licity put poses'.L.__.,-.__._..5 2.350.00
LaBelle Tuesday afternon and were Mrs. Harry Vaughn and sons, Mr. I man is well known COUKTIIOUSE BOND 1'S !S FUND .
at a Womans' Club party Luce Miss Eleanor I Bible student and the manner 761 Interest on $76,000.09 bonds itstanding ,_..m_._......H...:":..; :.:....:...._.$ 3510.00
guests and Mrs. B. P. every from the 762 Bonds maturing i ...... ..._...............-.........._..........__...,.___...__...___._._..?._..:,..::...-__.,..- 6000.00
." given by Mrs. H. L. Delaney at and Miss Rosaline Luce, Mrs. W. in which he was saved Commission and expense? ........._..._.,.....,......_.----..?..?._-..-:...:.-: ..._.__..;..,.- 10.00
,763 :
her home. P. Vaughn, sr.. M. Uellendorf and fate of many others of his time .- I .' .
I $ 11.900.00COUUT11OL
Al Johnson were joined by Mr. Stud is an ever. InterestTugstory.. I ..
Mrs.'illiam; Lxicaa, Miss Constance Mrs. F. A. Dougherty of LaBellefor The presentation was in costume

Lucaa and Mrs. Frank Mahr an outing Sunday at Bonita representing as far as possible the >: R IIOM I A S FUND NO.-2 GUADKS COUNTY-
left Saturday for a visit of several Springs. costumes of the tim.es. Mrs F. C. 761 Duo Glades County assumed t.y Hendry County _......_,._...:..._._$ 227.05

days in' Miami before returning to I Taylor directed the pantomime ir: --

their home in New York. They Sunday evening a group of sinners which the following took part: .
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. and the minister from the Reader, M-arjie Sawyer; Pharoah'tdaughter 371 Construction, equipping! and architect ...._.._..._..__.._..._..........___......_._._._$ .5.000.00-
B. Schapl berg: Community Church went ,to Bg Nancy -Jo Wright; Miriam -

Bear Beach Chapel where they held sister of Moses Sally Graham: I
Mr. and Mrs. Foy Durrence had services substituting for the Rev. Mother of Moses, Sheila Foster; Notice is further given that the Board of County Commissioners 8. 1938 at of
Hendry County Florida will at its meeting on MondaugoUgt
as their guests the latter part of Alexander Linn who has a regular trumpeter Anne Pafford; Maids of 10 o'clock A.M., consider and act upon the foregoing estimates, and ns
the week, Mr. and Mrs. Lucius appointment there once each month. the Princess Shirley Owen and : adopted the same shall constitute fixed expenditures for and against the
general funds above mentioned, for the fiscal year commencing October 1st.
Woodcock and Mrs.: Leona Dur- I Those making the trip we're Misses Emma Jane Ezelle. 1938 and ending September 30. 1939. Done and ordered by the Board of
rence: of. Glenville, Georgia, and Marian Leydig and Mary Markette The same pantomime was presented County Commissioners of Hendry .County Florida, in regular, session this
Aubrey Durrence of New York Mrs Blanche Turner, Mrs. Joseph at Lake Harbor Saturday 21st day.' of July, A, D. 1938. DAVE ALSTON Chairman

City. The group left Saturday for Robbins Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Dot)', mornjng at the closing exercisesof ." Hoard of County Commissioners',

b( a .week-end in Fort Myers with F. M. Wright, and the: Rev.., and the vacation !school: with a fewchanges ATTEST: William T. Hull. Clerk... -Hendry'.. County' Florida. .. July 21. .Aug.. 5
Mr. and Mrs Donnie 0. Durrence, ;Mrs Forest C, Taylor. in the cast! including. !. Mau- (SEAL) -. jvl. _
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Never Moved i

"Haven't I seen your face some- ;, .
HERI .E where else before?"

jC Is"No now., "it's always been where it

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Joseph McCord WNU Service.

"Slipper as family heirloom."

SYNOPSIS ed the committee responsible for with a playful tap on the arm. didn't see anything of Mr. Bra- Descending from father to son.

the pastoral selection and the satis- "Aren't you Doctor today. Did you?"

The congregation of the Old White ChurchIn fying prestige lingered. With his son?" she demanded. was not at the service. I While He Shirks
Locust Hill turns out in full force to look
over the new preacher, Dr.-Jonathan Far florid face wreathed in smiles Henry "Yes. I'm Dale" His eyes a note from him yesterday ex- Boss James, I wish you

well and there is much speculation among declared: ed with amusement, that he and his family were wouldn't whistle while you work.
the communicants as to what sort of man "Well, Doctor, that was a very the red hat and its owner's of town. Have we some milk? James-I wasn't
he will be. Cassius Brady treasurer of the working; I was
church, had recommended Dr. Farwell for good effort. I can see where you ment upon his name. take a glass up to' my room. just whistling.
the post after hearing his baccalaureate ser and I think alike on 'a lot of things. "I thought so. You don't some work to do."
mon at the graduation of Dale Farwell. his Congratulations!1" much like your father. I'm 'nTHE .
son. who is a geologist. Brady's daughter
Lenora interests Dale, who lives alone with "That is very kind." hope you'll likerLocust Hill." the reopening of Old White's CHALLENGE

'.his father. Some undertone in Farwell's re- "I'm going to. It is a very Locust Hill's feminine

sponse had a chilling effect upon tractive town, the little I've seen found itself faced with a

CHAPTER IContinued2 Henry's ardor. There was an awkward I it." Dale's.eyes strayed towards m for which thereseemed no }o j Ji "' '

silence, then Marblestone de- I tablet. "I didn't know before: solution. R .

ferred hurriedly to the two womenat this was such an historical two Farwells were living 1
Later, when their elders had with-I the"I .
his elbow. I've just discovered that the in the house. 4I
drawn for their talk, Dale found
himself charged with the responsi "My wife has been very anxiousto ish burned the church here!1" only was the fact well estab-

bility of entertaining Miss Brady in meet you, Doctor. And this is smiled again, a trifle but it appeared that the pair I
daughter Evelyn. "I've always been rather keen
a secluded corner of the hotel my preposterous fashion were II
lounge. "Welcome to Old White, Doctor American history." I their own meals.There ,

Harwell! Your discourse was positively "Really? Then you must meet be no logical argument
"What I can't' understand he
; delightful. Inspiring. Wasn't brother. He has everything a father-and-son menage,
wonderingly, "is howyou've I it, Henry? You know I ." Locust .Hill right at his finger the idea was disquieting: It was
been around here for three He-I'm curious
I very to know
This breathless and
unfinished offering A Son of the American of those situations'which car-
and I I stilldon't what would if I kissed
years never saw you. you say
came from a pudgy woman of course. He'll be so glad to an appeal for action.
believe it. I should have found
wearing a white fur piece that came you're interested in add to the general irritation, you.SheIf
before. I were
feel cheated.
you you really curious
nearly to the crown of her laven- things. With this common to the parsonage had suc-
"And now it's too late," she der hat. Scarcely waiting to ob- established, Miss Abbie ventured in penetrating farther than you would know by now.
teased.HYou're all through here. if her encomium had the "And
serve registered bridge years. I'm parlor. Closely drawn window
"I'm not so'sure. I'm thinking of Sarah Marblestone merged you and your father will find gave rise to the interesting
doing post-graduate work next How Womenin
Dale volunteered
year, hopefully.
"I know I'll be around for a while
Their 40'sCan
when you get back. I'm going to

see"But you.I may not be here," Lenora Attract Men

remarked soberly. "Daddy hasn't
Here's good advice for a woman during her
brought me a very good report change (usually from 38 to 62), who fears
about my mother. I haven't told Bhc'll lose her appeal to men who worries
about hot flashes. loss of pep, dizzy spells,
him, but I've almost made up my upset nerves and moody spells.
mind that I ought to stay with her Get more fresh air 8 hrs. sleep and if you
need a good general system tonic take LydiaE.
next year. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. made
Dale especially for women. It helps Nature build
"Well ventured
boldly, up physical resistance, thus helps give more
"perhaps the Farwells will be liv- vivacity to enjoy life and assist calming
ing in town by that time. Your jittery nerves and disturbing symptoms that
your 'yM.rr 'tom ua rteyC often accompany change of life. WELL
father seems rather keen for it." WORTH TRYINGweak !

She laughed softly. "Daddy has

amused me so today. He's been N'?,'." tJ, ; Itry fVJ 1 jJ ; J 7n,31
the treasurer of Old.White for ages Y

and he almost never attends. Butdon't
eyes I;
tell him I gave him away j

He surely is enthused over your are made strong by Leonardi's I'f

father. You should be proud. Doc- Eye Lotion. Inflammation is

tor Farwell is a wonderful speaker. 1 cured without in
." as w fi pain one day. 1
No other remedy so \
eye pure
"Pretty fair Dale
agreed com 1 l tl'' r s and healing. Keeps the in
placently. "I wouldn't be at all I

surprised if he is the man you need. 1 V tjil y ': working trim. r

I'm growing convinced of it." LEONARDI'SGOLDEN \

Before the, day was over Cassius EYE LOTIONMAKES j i
t t :,
/ 1 Sr I
Brady had gained Jonathan Farwell's / Yd WEAK EYES STRONG : :
,- promise to consider the new ; 3C at all Jrujiglsti 4.

pastorate if the proposal came .\ New Large Size with Dropper 50 cents

through official channels. Within S. B.Leonard U Co., New Rochelle, N. T.
three weeks a committee from Lo-

cust Hill waited upon the western 1 I., / i

pastor and heard him preach in his ii

own pulpit. A formal invitation I i

The crying of children is some- i
and Dale stood regarding the urial ground.
was accepted.
times an indication of WORMS j

Dale would not admit to himself, unobtrusively into the atmosphere ''parsonage very comfortable. It speculation that the .remainder o 1 in the system. The cheapestand

least of dll to his father, to what ,of her husband,. leaving the field to must seem dreadfully large for just the ground floor was "unsettled. quickest medicine for ridding -

degree his expectations regardingthat her tall daughter. two men. I was sorry to hear Watchful eyes had accounted forth children or adults of these

first church service included Farwell's black eyes narrowed a about your mother ." fact there was none too much parasites is Dr. Peery's "Dead

seeing Lenora Brady. But he was trifle: as he found himself elevating "My mother?" A startled expres- furniture unloaded from the van. Shot" Vermifuge. 50c a bottle

doomed to disappointment. There his hand so that it might encounterthe sion in the blue eyes. "My mother Women visitors, comparing eager at druggists or Wright's Pill

was no sign of the Brady family in limp fingers of Miss Marble I is dead." r notes, agreed reluctantly that the Co.,100GoldSt.NewYorkN.Y.KILL .

the congregation. stone. He saw a willowy figure in a 'For goodness sake! What will one attainable apartment was more

When Doctor Farwell mountedthe clinging green gown. A pale blonde : you think of me, Mr. Farwell? Here attractive than might have been ex:'
rostrum, Dale made a swift sur- with eyes very nearly matching the I I've been talking your arm off'andI pected.

vey of the faces within range. The shade of her dress. A smiling red never thought to tell you who I Carefully verified statistics accounted ? ALL FLIES

brief tension gave way to a general mouth displaying small white teeth. am. I'm Abbie Brown. I guess I for the room's inventory Placed anywhere. Daisy Fly
rustling. Whispers. By the time The voice suggested cultivated took Killer attracts and kills flies.
a just it for that
granted One
the minister finished every- grand piano, tightly closed "1o | Guaranteed effective. Neat
reading the drawl. body here knew One oPW # I convenient-Cannot spill-
me. center table.
mahogany Four j e
1 wiJlnot soil anything.
lines of the
hymn Dale
experiencedhis "Soglad to meet you, Doctor. We "By the way, Miss Brown ." upholstered chairs and three floor: ? --.j'Lasts all eeason. SOo at all
Harold SomCrs. Inc.,
first feeling of relief. The ? dealers.
re- just heard that your son had ar- Dale's eyes had sought the front of lamps. One oriental rug in dull 160 Do Kalb Ave.B>iamN.Y.
action on the of the
majority "
rived too.
the "Do mind
room. you tellingme coloring and considerably worn,
was undeniably favorable.
This momentary respite servedto who those people are-the three covering most of the oak parquetry
Dale rose to his feet with the oth- aid the banker in recapturing his "
talking to my father? Two large steel engravings hung on
ers, smilingly declining a share of former assertiveness. "That's Henry Marblestone and opposite walls. One of the
the hymnal. offered by his neighborin "Where is the boy, Doctor? We'retaking his wife. And their daughter. Eve- Abraham Lincoln surrounded by hi 60c EI S' $1.20

black. both of you home to dinner," lyn's pretty, isn't she?" cabinet, was a trifle askew on i its
"I know the words, he assured he explained car's
"My "I'll say. If you'll excuse me, wire. I

her.With out front. Just as?soon as you can I'll see if father isn't about readyto No women could sit in a room five
his brown head tipped back, break from here ." "
away go now. minutes with a crooked picture on \ A"'O
hands clasped behind him the minister's '
"Thank Farwell returnedmildly.
you, Dale received another playful tap the wall. Brings Blessed Relief
son raised his voice in
- song, "Dale and I have arrangedto on the arm. "You're interested in Lesser items in conference had to from aches and pains of
all unmindful of the interest his *
dine at home. We are scarcely other things besides history, aren't do with the utter lack of those little
vocal effort was creating among the unpacked, you know. I appreciateit you?" homelike touches that bespeak a RHEUMATISMNEURITIS

nearby listeners. just the same." I Quitting the church together, Dale woman's presence. The marble and. LUMBAGO
bottle Why Surfer?
Try a
CHAPTER "Oh, well-whatever you say.We'll Farwell and his father walked in mantelshelf, for example. Its .)' DRUGSTORES.WNU _
make it later." It was evident silence over a path that led past dreary expanse was broken by a

that invitations to the Marblestone the thickly set gravestones-a short small clock. Nothing else. Not evena _

Staid composure marked Jonathan board seldom were treated so cav- route to the parsonage that stood on photograph to furnish speculation. -7 29-38

Farwell's demeanor when he alierly.In a far corner of the church property.The Most unbelievable of all, the'par

stepped down within the altar rail the vanguard of those pressing new home was a roomy brick lor and its deficient furnishings were r D
after the benediction
members of to meet the forward at the conclusion of the house, product of a more modernera \immaculately free from any vestigeof

whom congregation, manyof services was Miss Abbie Brown..She than the picturesque church dust. A grudging unanimity in To Get Rid of Acid
pressed forward for the ,sped swiftly down the center aisle with its wide white clapboards. As that finding. and Poisonous Waste

purpose. leaving her' friend Hannah Garner Doctor Farwell hunted through his "But the kitchen's what I'd like Your kidneys help to keep yott-well

Each new arrival was greeted staring after her in helpless vexa- pockets for the door key, Dale stood. to see. I'll venture it's a mess." by from constantly the blood.tiltering If waste kidneys matter
with a firm handclasp and your get
a search- tion.As regarding the burial ground. Thus the oracular comment of one functionally disordered and. fail to
ing glance from the blade eyes, Abbie hovered of the remove excess impurities, there may be
uncertainly "Did
on you know there was fighting I parishioners. poisoning of the whole system and
it evident
making he
would be the side lines, her birdlike glance around here, father? I just saw a I (TO BE CONTINUED) body-wide distress.
known by name when he met the chanced to fall Dale who had tablet Burning, scanty or too frequent urination !
upon that the church
says was
minister may be a warning of some kidneyor
second time.
a .
Approving taken refuge in the shadows under burned by the British in'1781. Seemsa Carat, Weight, Fineness bladder disturbance.

comments upon the morning ser- the gallery until his father shouldbe lot of your former parishionerswere Carat is used by jewelers to ex- persistent You may headache suffer,attacks nagging of backache dizziness,
of them
mon, many effusive, were at liberty. At the moment, the in the Colonial army., Some.of press weight and fineness. A carat getting up nights swelling, puffiness
accepted with grave unconcern. younger man was bestowing ab- them buried here after the fighting. weighs four grains, or the 'one hun- played under the out.eyes--feel weak, nervous. all

When Henry Marblestone, LocustHill's sorbed attention upon a bronze tab Soldiers of 1812, too." dred and twentieth part of an ounce. In such cases it is better to rely on a

banker and wealthiest citi- let set in the wall. "It would not be surprising." Far- In determining the fineness of a pre- acclaim medicine than that on has something won country-wide less favor-

zen, elbowed a way through the : Abbie regarded him closely. Spec- well had located his key. "We are cious metal 24 carats is consideredthe ably known. Use Doan't Pill A multi.tude

milling crowd to proffer his own. ulation became a certainty. Mak- living in an old part of the countrynow. standard of purity; hence, an Doan't.of Ask grateful your neiahborl people! recommend,

particular greeting, those nearestto ing a brisk circling movement, she You should find it interest- 18-carat gold ring would be a ring \\

Doctor Farwell gave place def approached stranger -from the ing." He thrust open the door and containing 18 parts in 24 of pure
erentially. Marblestone had head rear.and announced her presence passed within, Dale following. gold.


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home. markets, plus exclusive rightsto brothers, his twin, Cad, and i
Moran ExplainsContinued over 70 percent of our sugar ,of Arcadia; Jud and Ed of HarrY'1 NOTICE :

markets, while at the same time Myers and Augustus of Lake ; I. ;
( from page one) denying Florida the right to fir two sisters, Mrs. T. E. Fielder of 1

will readily show her own sugar bowl.It Bartow and Mrs. Zilla Granger, of
Wauchula. A number of cousins
has the rankest
that the same country which is sectionalism of
been granted these free privileges sort, that protects the fruit and live in Glades and Hendry county HENDRY COUNTY, FLORIDA :
and 'include J. B. Hendry, prominent -
so as to ruin Florida production vegetable growers of every statein For the Fiscal Year Beginning July 11938. and Ending June 30. 1939. I ,
not only produces all of their own the Union, except Florida, against cattle man of this county, ANTICIPATED: IlKCKIPTSFKDKKAIj I

requirements of pork lard and peonage production.It Mrs. Lillian Turner, supervisor of I Vocational, SOURCES Funds ....... ., ... .. .. _. _. .$ 500.00 I
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the W. P. A. sewing rooms .of the
cheese but produces an export sur- is the rankest kind of sectionalism STATE SOURCES: w- I
two counties' and Geo. Hendry of Teachers Salary Fund _-....._. :..... ._ 31,500.00
plus of these items. that complains about lov. Vocational Funds ._..::: ::::::::=::::: _.. .: -=:::::::=.,_??_:=:==_::= 500.00: I
If complaints against discrimination wages, and, at the same time LaBelle. I Free Text Books ..__......___.'__.____._.____"_._____.____.___._ 1,020.00 I II

be labelled "Sectionalism," blesses, by Governmental edict, starvation TOT AU __....._._...._........._--.--...._.-..--._--.....-__..._,,.-._._.__.....__..._-...---.-_ 33,020.00 I:
then make the most of it. We can wages In other states am THE INX ALWAYS BLOOMS .
all agree that it is sectionalism to off-shore areas. Taxes Assessed ._.._._-_.____.__.____.._:..___.___.:.-:-_:.:.::.:_._.....__..____. 14,715.00
grant to beet sugar states quotasin We emphatically deny that Soutl) The new Clewiston Inn is quite Poll Taxes .._..._..___.........:._.__._,..__.__-.:.._.;..._--:.___.___..__.__..:.._. 100.00
actual production,, the show-place of the Everglades, Racing Commission Funds _..___.___.._._._:....:.._. __......:_....:-__ ____ 10000.00
excess of their Florida is a National Economic I have often commentedon Incidentals: ......__.,_________.__._._._._____::.______?____ 100.00
while at the same time, denying Problem. and visitors

Florida the right to fill its own Indeed, the rest of the nation its beauty and on the unique TOTALOTIIKH _._...__...___.__....__.__...___.._._._._..____. --..:__.._._._.."24915.00

sugar bowl. presents to Florida-'some very seri and attractive lobby and dining- I IUa'':NlJF. .SOUHCKS. .

that it is sec- ous economic problems.We room. They are such comfortableand Tuition I Other Counties ..._......_.................__.._._._...._.________..___.____...,........ 50.00$58.485.00
WJe; can all agree 'cool and though TOTAL CURRENT SOURCES ..._........_..............-.-.---.-_..___.._._..__.._-...
tionalism that grants Puerto Rico of Florida, must find way: rooms, even CASH BALANCES; BEGINNING OF YEAR ___-_._____.:-.___._.:._.__.._ 241.00
exclusive rights to her own home and means of bringing the othe: spacious have a homey air about I TOTAL: CASH AND CURRENT RECEIPTS --.--___._- =--..-.-..58726.00

markets, plus the exclusive rightto States of the Union to our own: them that is truly delightful.One ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES FOR INSTRUCTIONALTRANSPORTATION! : % SALARIES AND
12 percent of the continental high standards of living. I I of the little touches that : '

United States market, --while at the We of Florida must find way; give the rooms the air of a cul- INSTRUCTIONAL State Funds _SALARIES__: .-:--.:-._, 27.COO.OO

same time, denying Florida the and means of preventing in the tured home is the fact that there County and District .Funds _____......_.....__ ::--_______.__=-. __:;- ::-..._____ 3,400.00

right to supply even its own sugar future. the discriminations of thE are always fresh garden flowers TOTAL ____.___--=___._ .__:_..::.: _.:.. __-.$31OOO.00TJlANSI'On.'rATION
requirements.We past and present against any State carefully arranged. Knowing that '
flowers were rather scarce in the : .
can all agree that it is to favor the peonage production ,State Funds _._________.......:__...:.-..:.__-..:.-_________ 3900.00
"sectionalism" that grants Hawaii of off-shore areas and foreign summer and that the new Inn does County and District Funds ____._______..:...._.:_____._._._._..__.._._ 4,100.00TOTAII
I countries. not yet boast its own garden, we
exclusive rights to her home market .._._.__..._...___.__.__. __..__..._-_...-.:__.__.._.:_.__._.____..8000.00
and found that the. pretty
exclusive right to 14 per- and thousands nl -
plus cent the of continental requirementswhile acres of fertile soil in Florida can blooms were gifts from the Duff's GRAND TOTALS' FUNDS _._:..._..___.____._:..____..;:.______.__.31500.00

at the same time denying be placed upon a production basisin gardens. This little thoughfulnesson GRAND TOTAL, LOCAL, FUNDS .__._._..::.,.__._ ._.L._._:_._._....:_..__......_...$ 7,500.00 ,
the production of fruits and the part of Mrs., Duff is a ges- : "'
the right to fill its own
bowl. vegetables for the winter market ture that helps create a favorable
sugar when Florida is impression with visitors. GENERAII! CONTROL '
'.We can all agree that it is given protection Salary of Superintendent ______ : ...._ ________..$ 2,775.00
sectionalism that grants the Philip equal to that accorded other states:: Traveling Expense of Superintendent =.._: .__ .._..__....:.._...._.__.___ 200.00
against the products of foreign LaBelle Plans For Compensation of Board Members ____......:_____..:..:::-...__._.._.__....:.__ 975.00
pine Islands exclusive rights to their Legal Expenses ..._..__...____..__...___....__..:..____.._...__.____......__.....___"'__ 50.00
home markets plus an exclusive and off-shore peonage labor. Office Expenses .........._._.._......_......_....__..-._._._.:..._._.....-..__...__._..___._.._.__._..._._...... 300.00
right of over 15 percent of conti- The entire nation will be much New Waterworks Other Expenses of Administration .._._.-:. :...-:.__:-...--...-..-.----'-- 200.00

nental requirements, while at the ; better off when other states no I TOTAL -.--...--______..._.___... -.. _- .-.,-.:.-.--. -...-..-_- 4,500.00
sam' time denying Florida the j longer receive Federal blessing INSTRUCTION : :", :., '.

right to produce enough 'sugar for for wages which are but a fractionof LaBelle has submitted a city I Salaries of Principals -___--_.:..-:._-___.:..:-:.:._-.: ..:_ -:.............:_____.. 1800.00
in the State of Flor- those paid in :Florida. waterworks project to the PWA Salaries of : ____:.._.______.__--__:._____..___ 29,200.00
consumption Atlanta Ga to State Free Textbook.L. _....:..___..______.____"_____.___.__:... 1,020.00
ida alone.Wecan. Give Florida treatment only. 15 regional office in Library Expense ...__..._____.__.:.._.__..___._.__....L,....__..___.._.__._ 175.00
that it is sec percent as great as that now very be financed according 10 their meth- Class Room Supplies ..._.___._. .._._.:.._._.__.._____._:.......;....__.:.__._._____ 850.00
tionalism| that all agree guarantees Cuba 29 generously given, on golden "platters ods of handling projects. It was Other Instructional Expenses '__-:_.__.::_.__._: ._:._.-_-.,.-'.-..'__._.,....::....____. 125.00OPERATION :

percent of our sugar market and to off-shore areas and for- i[ set up for approximately $27,000, TOTAL _..___..__.....__.._.__..._____..___...:_..:-...--.---;::: :.._..:. __... 33170.00

denies Florida the 'right to supplythe eign countries, and Florida will and according to Mayor A. L. Taylor OF PLANT .,- ,... : -- .. --... : : .

of Florida with Florida- assist in relieving the unemployment a "loan and grant" proposition, Wages of Janitors i .._..__..._._.__...:......._.._..:....._.____.__..__.......__.-:...._:.......__-_ 2460.00
State .problem of the nation. 55 percent loan and 45 percent Fuel _._.__....._._._.....__.:.__..__.._....__._.._.....____._...:;....;:_._._...._..__...___- 125.00
produced sugar. ", I Utilities ...____..__...__...__._?_._--=--_._..:..:.___ __.!._._..:._____ 315.00
all that it is Seventy percent. of the conti- grant.H. Other OperatingExpenses ______.:___._.._...____.__ ----__.......---..... 1,035.00
We agree
nental sugar market is now guar- T. Cole of the regional office :
sectionalism, of the rankest sort, TOTAL, .. ._. ,_ _. .... ._ s 3935.00
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low-standard- anteed to offshore areas and for- was in LaBelle Tuesday morning; : : .T i.
that grants eign countries. Giv6 Florida 10 t) I conferring with city officials and MAINTENANCE: :
of-living: offshore areas and foreign the continental market Repairs and Replacements ......_..._.___"...I' _o.;....;.;.:.:. .. ----.-------.-_..... 2000.00
rights to their percent of I Attorney H. A. Rider with a view AUXILIARY'AGENCIES: .' ,:- "' : > ,',..
countries exclusive and the results would spell prosperity j' to lending all the assistance possible i Transportation ._.......___.?,-..___ ,._: .,._..._. -.. 8000.00
for Florida as well as othersections 'I in disposing of the bales of Promotion of Health .._,..._:.?.... = 300.00
Attendance Services, Salaries ,. ----- 425.00
upstairs of the country. I red tape necessary to getting the
FOR RENT-Furnished Given this share of the conti- project K approved and in operation. TOTAL _.. -. _. ., ...__._. ._ 8,725.00
bedroom suitable for one or two
nental market, direct permanent 'I Rider stated he was assured by FIXED CHARGES: '
persons. Phone 376 or call at employment will be furnished to Cole that everything possible wouldbe Insurance .._....__..._._....._.._'__.. 375.00Commissions
'I 425.00
premises.. F. L. Williamson. 10,000 persons in Florida in one done from their end to get the Election Expenses _' 150.00
year and an additional 10,000'per- He stated hi
I project through. TOTAL rx ;., .-.... .._: _..__._-. 950.00
sons each year for the succeedingfour would stop off in Jacksonville on .
J. M. COUSE years; a total of 60,000 persons his back to Atlanta to confer CAPITAL1 OUTLAY; f.t"f '. "_': } .
way New Equipment ,..._..._.._....... _" _. .. _._. 300.00
\ given direct self-supporting with the consulting engineer to get New Books for Library :.., .:=:.:_ =._.-_::::. :::::: =: .::: :: 300.00: -
Counselor. and Attorney at Law and satisfying means of livelihood. a clearer picture of the need of
,Hopkins Building This direct well-paid employment TOTAL -_--.:--..=:....---...-.--..--::-..-.-:..-.. -. --. --.- .....__ 600.00
waterworks. Judging by the wa.yhe : : :: :.7--
Wednesdays and Saturdays will furnish livelihood for an ad- spoke, Rider said, it looked like. DEIST SERVICE: ,. ,:: Ii
0:30 to 4:00 ditional 25,000 persons in Florida Payments of Accounts for Last-Year __::..': _....:......:.. ..:.. __.. ._.._._. 3,348.00
an assured proposition. Interest on Current Loans __ :_?_... : 150,00TOTAL
and an equal number in other parts The new waterworks if they become : ::=: :; = =
of the nation supplying the neces- a reality will be located on .._..'.'..'..'.."."""._'.-._.'_.._''.... ._ ... MM'_?._._.4.M. ..... :,,...._:. 3,498.00TOTAL.

AGENT sities and comforts'to those given Fort Thompson ave., corner of the 1'ROl'OS.EI EXPENDITURE S. .' 57378.00 .

Mershon direct employment. Employmentfor old marl pit. The project calls RESERVES Reserve: : for Contingencies I ...._........._...._._..._,_:!._._..::.?__._..._._..,,_...4...._._....._._.. 648.00
L. B. five years. or semi-permanent: for a 50,000 gallon tank 100 feet Reserve for Cash: Balance to be Carried. Over -.---........ ._-.-..-.... 700.00 .
employment, will be provided for with 150,000 reservoir for
New York Life' high a I TOTAL ._._ _.. .. _.._..._._.. __' .. ._ ._ 1348.00 ;
an additional 10,000, about half storage. Water will be drawn from GRAND TOTAL ..:..:::::=::::::..:.::::..::::::.:::_::::::::::::::..J.--=:.-, =:=::.::::=:.==.=:::::::::..:::::._.=:::::_.=...$58.726.00: :
Insurance CompanyARCADIA of whom will be in Florida and shallow wells and will be aerated
Certify this is and correct of the BUDGET FOR
We that a true copy
the balance in other parts of the I .
and chlorinated to insure purity.It
nation. will be practically free of taste. Florida, as adopted by the County Board of Public Instruction on the 18th
The completion of such a program W. Austin Smith of Jacksonville, day of July 1938..
.vill furnish a permanent and con- consulting engineer, was engagedby Chairman of the Board County Superintendent of

:.inuing: wholesome. mode of Jiving i I Ito the city to draw up plans and Public Instruction ,

upwards of 75,000 persons' IIi specifications and prepare the pro- j

ume Florida and would mean an increase ject according to PWA require- '"I
: in the annual cash payrolls ments.-LaBelle News. ;

so n the State' upwards' of .$60,000, Furniture and Homo tarnishing

)00.00.) PHILCO RADIOS Jeweler & Watch-maker .J
Florida is not an economic problem -

but Florida does have a seriour Household Furnishings All Kinds of Jewelry Repairs

We must get
economic problem.
SAFETY Inc. Optical Repairs
OF the other 47 states to cease sectionalism


and assist Florida for its rightful .- J

Share ACCOUNTS place in the Union. Good FarmLand --.

. as well as all liberal profits .- .

earned by them, are fully John P. Hendry- f4

(Continued from 'yage one)
Arcadia Wednesday and several -

friends from LaBelle and othe
Clewiston Federal I communities attended the service /( ('\

Survivors include his:: widow ?Mrs I
Savings and LoanAssociation Ethel Durrance Hendry, of Arcadia .......

a son, Capt. J. Burton Hendry, U .

S. Marines, San Diego, Cal.; si. I. .

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