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Title: The Clewiston news
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Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: June 16, 1939
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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VOLUME 13, NUMBER 28 CLIDVIST!>:i, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1930 SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 PER YEAR

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RADIO TELEPHONES r. / LOCAL POST OFFICE

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' -. ARE INSTALLED AT I :, WILL TAKE SECOND



: HURRICANE_ GATES ;: ;;'i 'TV': ;: ." ,) ; ", ." :::: CLASS RATING 1ST.


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WZAL ARE CALL LETTERS FOR ',r, ..: 4 )' SUGAR: TALKS. .{ ': ',>, '1, .' GROWTH OF COMMUNITY AND

STATION AT CLEWISTON ,' :: : NEW RURAL ROUTE MAKES
ENGINEER OFFICE .; ,-; ji:}" .: :'):Y\l:: i:,:,. ",. t NEW RATING POSSIBLE

:: .}, ', By Clarence R. BittingSugar ", !:;:}Y <:;':'

Installation was completed yes- 'fj ; "" '; :. : ; Postmaster A. W. Sias has received -
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terday of the new radio telephoneat : : I definite assurance that the

the Moore Haven lock, the last : Clewiston office will be rated

, of these sets to be installed at the j ::: :.c> Can Solve the Nation'syUnemployment ;'J second-class In the new fiscal year as

?S;. various gates around the lake and _. ; beginning the first of July. .
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at the Clewiston sub-office of the :: ; .,;> : ,(./ Although he knew that the

:: United States Engineers. A few min- Problem '. postal receipts for the year on

; or adjustments are all that are need- : which the rating is based, ending

ed to give the full use of this new March 31, were large enough to
method of communication.These I ",
change the rating of the Clewiston
The Department of Commerce has recently released a new formof
short wave sending and receiving office, Mr. Sias only recently received -
report covering consumption of sugar in selected industries for 1937. I
sets were installed for the I notice of the change.

; purpose of assuring constant .com- The total consumption thus reported was 1,961,991 tons of which, The present quarters in which

munication between the Clewiston 125,925 tons was corn-sugar, 383,926 tons beet-sugar and the balance, the postoffice is housed are cramped -

,., : office and the various hurricane 1,452,140 tons, cane-sugar. As practically all corn-sugar is said to be and entirely inadequate for the

: gates around the lake in the eventa used in industry, we'"can, from these figures and those of the Tariff larger volume of business which

. a storm should disrupt other means Commission! determine the household, or domestic, consumption of sugaras the office is handling and Mr.

"'' of communication. Tests made Wednesday follows-: fBeetSugar Sias has asked for larger quarters.

Y, between the office and all Cane-Sugar Bids for new quarters are not due
a. :
, ,. ,,', of the structures except that, at Totals from Tariff Commission ............ 1,159,108 tons 5,214,345 tons ; to be asked until next Februarybut
Moore Haven have proved most sat- Industrial consumption as above ............ 383,926 tons 1,452,140 tons it is considered likely that

' ," isfactory.. Voices came over the air some steps will be taken to add to

; with amazing clarity and with no Balance, or household consumption ........ 775,182 tons 3,762,205 tons the present quarters' during the

'distortion whatever. I summer and before the coming sug-
By far the great bulk of corn-sugar was used in bakeries and
.. : It was 'coincidental that the first ar season. .
alcoholic beverages, these two uses accounting for more than 92,000
tests of the new radio phones The Clewiston office has had a
were tons
; confectionery, flavoring extracts, and canning operations accountingrof
made during the, first blow of the 28,000 tons.. third-class rating almost since it

season, as a mild storm in the Gulf I opened in Parkinson's old store on

Y whipped gales, across the Lake which The principal industrial uses. of cane' and beet-sugar during 1937 the ridge. The business has stead-

attained a velocity at peak of 45 were-: : ily increased for the past four

miles per 'hour and an average of '. Beet-Sugar Cane-Sugar years each year being about fifteen

25 miles per hour throughout the Non-alcoholic beverages .................__......... 5,390 tons 139,428 tons per cent better than its predessor

: ,. day. Bakeries .............._............._......................... 138,410 tons 374,725 tons but it was only during the last
Starting at the Okeechobee struc- Candy, Chewing Gum & Chocolate ............ 124,923 tons 395,932 tons' year, after the opening of the rural

ture the concluding letter of the Canneries and other food products ........_... 86,638 tons 307,924 tons mail route...... from the local office

': four call' letters of the sets Flavoring extracts and syrups ...............___.. 5,923 tons 154,272 tons that the receipts have climbed toa

arranged are Dairy Products ............................'............... 19,470. tons 48,256 tons point where the second-class rat-
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{' east and Other industrial uses ........_..........._........... 2,172 tons 31,603 tons ing is possible. Stamp sales must
,'. southward around. the lake. WZAHis
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: ': : reach almost $9,500 annually be-
the grouping for the Okeechobeegate Total ................_.............__...........__...._.......... 383,926 tons 1,452,140 0 tonsIt
; Canal Point is "WZAI Chosen fore the rating is given and the

-','. WZAJ, Lake Harbor WZAK, Clew- will be seen from the foregoing classification that, although such receipts for the year ending March

,. : iston WZAL and Moore Haven \. usage is classified by the government as industrial consumption, all 31 were 10285. In the previous

f WZAM. ._- '... '" cane. and Jbeet-sugar is used for food purposes.. This" use of sugar is. 7' ..'. .. ,.._. year .the_ receipts :were $8,435 and
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not s rpri"singwhim' it Is realized that sugar supplies 13% of man's" in the year before that, $7,885.

The Clewiston office has not energy at the lowest cost of all energy ,supplying foods. Every man, There will be no immediate increase -

stated whether or not the sets will ,. woman and child in the United States 'consumes an average of five in the personnel of the office -
,
::: be used at any other time for
.' ounces of sugar each and every+day. except a substitute clerk for
communication other than during
the storm periods when the hurricane Sugar, the most' important source of energy available to man is part time work, examination for

:. gates and locks are kept con- a non-surplus crop in the United States; in fact we must import 70% which was announced last week.
of of this from inefficient Beginning the first of July the
: : stantly manned by a force of engi- our daily requirements prime necessity low-wage, -
',', :'. neers. / foreign countries and other offshore areas. If we producedall (Continued on Page 8)
< J of our sugar requirements in this country, direct employment, on
an American ''standard of living would be furnished to more than
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1,000,000 heads of American families. \

FOUR MODEL DOKEWILL.SERVEASRURAL
HOMES Able economists inform us that each person employed in direct

r*' primary production causes the creation of employment for nine other

persons. When first conformed with this statement it may appear MAIL CARRIERM.
TO BE
. ., THERE exaggerated to the average reader, but when he stops to realize that
the demand for necessities, comforts and luxuries of life which makeup

.. the American standard of living must be supplied by others to the C. Doke, commissary manger -

The Clewiston Realty and Development / man engaged in primary production and the members of his family, ; for the United States Sugar

Corporation will begin and in turn, those supplying the needs of such primary worker and his Corporation ''at Benbow Plantation

,, .' construction within a very short family, create additional demands for their necessities, comforts.and village for the, past several seasons -
, .' + luxuries that to make the American standard of living. Thusan
time of four new model houses de- go up has been announced as having -
widening circle of employment is created. It seems surprising
.., signed by L. ever
Phillip Clarke, architect secured the highest grade in
> ( that the ratio is as low as 10 to 1. '
;
of West Palm Beach. The houses N the civil service examinations held

: ,. ,:'. are expected to be ready for An additional 1,000,000 men engaged in\ the production of our last October for rural mail car-

occupancy by the first of September. own sugar requirements means the creation of more than 10,000,000jobs rier on the new route out of Clew-

Invitation for bids have been extended in America, on an American standard of living. The production ston and will take over the mail
"'' J of our own sugar requirements will completely solve the unemployment
. to several contractors and route next Monday, June 19.
problem of .the nation. In view of, this demonstrated fact, is it not
it is probable that these bids will A. W. Lawrence, former postmaster -
surprising that Congress does not cure the unemployment problem of
r'. be made and assistant postmaster at
within the next week or the nation by removing all limitations and restrictions from the produc-
'. two. When the lowest and best bid- tion of our own needs? the time the route was established,
der is determined construction will ; took over the new route when It

start at once. With everyone engaged in productive work, the country would be was' opened as temporary carrier
.
Each 'of the houses will have four prosperous; W. P. A. make-work could be discontinued, taxes couldbe and also took the examination as

large rooms, dining alcove and reduced and everyone would be happy. Perhaps this is considered a permanent' carrier. He makes his

bath, and large screened most undesirable condition for the nation and its citizens, because .. last run on the route tomorrow.He .
-a
porch.
Two otherwise it would be quickly achieved through 'removal of all re- has not announced his plans
of them will
have
an exterior strictions and limitations on the production of non-surplus crops, such.,
finish of stucco and the other twos ... ..' for the future.
as sugar.
box siding. The roofs will be of f, ,; tI Others taking the examinationwere
snow white asbestos Mrs. C. A. Bailey and Gratton
shingles. The I ': : ., '
interiors will be finished with sheet- . ,. ; '..'- George.
,
.f ,
I, rock. J .' \' The route is about fifty miles
. .'r long and is one of the most thickly
Two of the houses will be located -J ..' ', .,"..., \ '", ,'',, .,. ,I
.. populated routes in the state running -
on lots 22, 23 and 24, in block -, .' .
: several of'the
as it does through
) 447 at the corner of Sagamore
and plantation villages of the sugar.
I Corona Streets just west of the I .
corporation. A petition has been
new homes built last year. One of
sent in asking for the inclusion of
, the' houses will.. face on Corona and I some five additional miles on the
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the other on Sagamore. The other
with several hundred more
two will be built on lots 7, 8 and 9 'I School Contract Awaits HUHEKT LAND TOBUILD E. D. D. Met In patrons.route .
in block 202 at
t the corner of Pas- NEW HOME I

adena and Arcade Streets with one Validation Of Bonds I Miami Thursday NEW" TRAFFIC LIGHTSA
facing on each street. These will i Hubert Land has purchased a i

be. just west of the Administration large lot in block 159 at the corn- new traffic light was installedby
Building at the west end of I of the board of directors -
the At a meeting the city commlsison last Thursday -
Awarding of the contract on the er of San Jose and Esperanza
block in which the Sigler apart- of the Everglades Drainage at the corner of Bond Street
ments new Clewiston school building is Streets upon which he will begin
were recently built., District held Thursday In Miami and the highway to replace the
being, held up by the Board of! immediate construction of a new
which has been inuse
the board made decisions on a number caution light
home. Osceola Street also converg
Spot, a registered English setter Public Instruction awaiting the of matters of' business and dis- there. The new light is a regulation -
with at the of
es Esperanza corner
,. belonging to A. A.. McKethan of receipt of a certified copy of the' the tract making it a most desir cussed for some time the proposed stop and go light which will
1
Biooksville, is ., tend lessen chances' of accidentat
busy telling his canIne refunding plan. to
enabling act to validate the bonds, able building location.
friends about his operation. which was passed by the legislaturein It was agreed that the North New this busy corner.

Spot had a bad cough which .an the closing days: of the session River canal should be closed to The caution light formerly inuse

Ocala veterinarian said was caused I and is understood to have been ceedings have been approved by navigation; that taxes should not at this corner has been placedat
i ,. by infected tonsils. Intersection of Pacific Avenue -
He the
: was given handed over by Governor-Cone to the attorneys for the bond purchasers be cancelled on lands east of mean-
!O an anesthetic, his tonsils removed, the Secretary of State without sig- the" contract will be immedi- der line section 18, township 55, and the Highway and _another

at, and now his troublesome cough is nature to become a law.As ately awarded at a special meetingof range 41; a permit was issued to" caution light on the highway at

!,4 gone. soon as the validation pro- the school board.. (Continued on page 8) : the Francisco intersection.




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I WEEKLY NEWS ANALYSIS BY JOSEPH 'W. LaBINE 7 ZtaEAo&ZatL"l :TOE: CHEERFUL CHERB5Ifcx :


German Corner on Munitions d "r lor\e.sorc\e, right t:} isminute


Makes U. S. Embargo Provision fit) Ive. got -tike. blvesre'cl
bad.
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Help Reich's Cause, Is ChargeEDITOR'S ;? It deep tikes TvtAvre t. st-r01\S-


To Feel so nice 'crd
( NOTE-When opinions are expressed in these columns, they
are those of the news analyst and not necessarily of this newspaper.) t71I.ZiK .9'tLd.

____ Released by Western Newspaper Union. I \ (.A 't

month if single and $38.63 if mar- I
NEUTRALITY: ried. .

Co-operation? Significance. By, cutting payroll

German domination over lesser contributions and boosting pensions, F
European nations need not only congress will upset the elaborately +DFF.,

mean dependence on the Reich for planned program for a $48,000,000-
peacetime manufactured goods. If I; 000) old-age reserve account by 1980, WNU Service.
such was the case last year, Adolf scheduled to draw 3 per cent inter-
Hitler's aggression this spring add- est as it grew through the years.
ed military domination to the already Proposed amendments, however, 0
pressing economic leverage. are merely being realistic about the AROUNDTHE
Reason: Already boss of Germany's fact that the current $2,000,000,000reserve
mighty Krupp works, Berlin cap- is all I. O. U.'s from the HOUSETea
tured the even mightier Skoda treasury, whose interest is paid by 1
plants when Czecho-Slovakia fell borrowing more money and thus

before the conquerer. Until then raising taxes. Towels.-Add a little boraxto

southeast Europe's minor nations the water when washing tea
(like Rumania, Greece, Turkey and COMJN1UNICATIONS : towels. 'It removes dirt and grease
Jugoslavia) had Skoda guns and Free Speech? and makes the towels a good col
shells to ward off the aggressiveReich. or. It also acts as a disinfectant.
Today Skoda munitions go Fourteen U. S. radio stations are *, *
mainly to Germany and can be "international," i.e., they direct When Making Egg Sandwiches.
broadcasts to foreign continents -Scramble the egg instead of boil-
(chiefly Latin America) as well as ing it. Not only are more sand-

to home listeners. European stationsdo wiches made, but they are more .
likewise, but under government '; "yI easily digested. y
orders they propagandize programsin L R .7 *
a way that the U. S. Constitution Loose Casters.-When casterson
would forbid as an impediment to I OATMEAL MEAT PATTIESSee furniture drop out too often,
Recipe Below.
guaranteed free
speech.
remove them, pour melted wax in
Surprised and puzzled, therefore, : When the AllowanceIs I', tightly and simmer approximatelytwo the holes and insert the casters
were the 14 international stations i hours. Cool, strain, and chill before the wax. hardens. After it
when Washington's unpopular federal Low sufficiently so that excess fat may has set the casters will not fall
communications commission or- I be skimmed off. There should be out again.
dered that beginning November 1 Lucky is the homemaker who has I 6% cups of soup stock. Return stockto *

their programs ,must "promote international i tucked away on her pantry shelf a kettle and add vegetables. .Bringto After Washing Silver.-Stand silver -
good will, understandingand package or two of oatmeal, and in 'a boil, then slowly add oatmeal in a jug of very hot water to
co-operation." When time comesto her recipe file .a half-dozen clever Cover and simmer approximately which a little ammonia has been
renew their year-by-year licenses, suggestions for using it in her i hour, or until vegetables are ten- added, and it will remain bright r
stations must show their programs menus. For oatmeal is a quick der. Soup meat used in making the much longer.
have reflected the "culture of this change artist, and with a little in- stock may be cut in small pieces *
c country." genuity you can turn out a whole and added. Serve with finely Left-Over Velvet.-Small piecesof

} S What FCC denied was censorship, array of tempting, unusual dishes as chopped parsley, if desired. velvet make good alternativesfor
,nevertheless seemed that way to.. delicious to eat as they are inexpensive Old-Fashioned Oatmeal Cookies. the manicuring chamois.

_____.m. __ ._.m n__ ....__.n._._ nn.._ more than one congressman. to eat. (Makes five dozen) *
For example, have you ever tried % cup shortening Classifying Dessert Lists.Dessert -
CZECHIA'S- SKODA WORKS PEOPLE : making light, flavorsome raisin muf- 1% cups dark brown sugar lists kept in the cookbook area
It may change U. S. policy. fins with oat- IVz cups general purpose flour help in menu making, especially
lien at Work meal? Or have % teaspoon salt
when
classified
bought by lesser nations only in exchange they are as
for concessions. Three new jobs for the following men you used,oatmeal % teaspoon soda "hearty," "light," "quick," "goodfor
may soon make_ w : in a thick, hearty 3 cups oatmeal several days," "oven made," '
Aggravating the situation is the
GROVER CLEVE- vegetable soup % cup sour milk: and "for children."
Anglo-French rearmament pro- LAND BERGDOLL, notorious to give it that Vz teaspoon vanilla .
gram, which demands domestic World war draft "stick to the- Cream the shortening and sugar M
consumption of all munitions pro- dodger, now in military ribs" quality so thoroughly. Sift! together the flour.
duced in those natiops' plants. .. .' prison after returning much to be desired salt, ana soda, FEEL
Lesser countries get none. ': ay., .
from Germany, he for active and combinewith
says Here Is Relief for
Amazing
This forceful argument against will use his wealth to relieve families?Hadyou oatmeal. Add to Conditions Due to Sluggish Bowels
current U. S. neutrality legislationwas U. S. employmentby thought. of usingit the creamed mix If you think all laxatives
d II
ja7u ace auka lust try this
apparently saved for the crucial opening his Philadel- to stretch theme ture, alternately, !if a0 vegetable laatlve.
,
moment. Not offered early this ses- 3 phia brewery and other budget, by with the milk. Invigorating. Dependable So mild thorough relief from refreshing -
a -- ------ headaches, bilious spells, tired feeling when
sion during house and senate com- inherited property. Other maKing a htue meat go a long way Stir in the .vanilla. associated sick with constipation.
mittee hearings, it was plumped in plans include a private in meat patties or meat loaf? You've Roll out to %- Without Risk druggist.Ret a 25o Make box of the NR test from-your then
their laps unexpectedly by Secre- building project on his used oatmeal for luscious, soft, -inch---- thickness! on--- U not delighted, return the box to us. We will
tary of State Cordell Hull just as 24% acre farm near Philadelphia chewy cookies, of course, but have a lightly floured board. Cut into refund price. 7ha'a the purchase fair. iTOrNICHTiTOMOMOW
the two houses seemed likely to give you tried it for making the crust fora 2%-inch rounds with a floured cookie Get NR Tablets today. < AIRICMT'

neutrality an airing.It ADl\lmAi.'VILLWI D. .. delectable apple pudding, or.have cutter. Bake on a greased cookie ALWAYS CARRY QUICK RELIEF
seemed a fairly sound basis for LEAHY, retiring chiefof .,,. ,. you substituted it for nut meats in a sheet in a moderately hot oven (375 E CANaY

changing U. S. policy, isolationists U. S. naval operations :. : ,, ',i rich-tasting torte? degrees) for about 10 minutes. INFESTION
notwithstanding. Since the Nazi whose projected ..: You see, besides adding interest Oatmeal Apple Torte. G
government has become No. 1 appointment as Puerto f} ''',' and variety to meals, and doing a (Makes eight servings)

source of military supplies, more- Rican governor to suc-.1' 'rID': 1"<'.. first-class job of budget stretching, CRUST: Narrow Souled
over since practically continuous ceed Blanton Winshipwas ": oatmeal may be trusted to add a 2 cups flour It is with narrow-souled
German mobilization aggravatesthe mysteriously t : large amount of low-cost food ener- % cup oatmeal (uncooked) J as with narrow-necked bottles-people

situation, Mr. Hull joined Ne- dropped, is now expected gy to the diet. Oatmeal, moreover, Vs teaspoon salt the less they have in them the
vada's Sen. Key Pittman in demand- to succeed Claude A. ,\ is an excellent source of vitamin B, 1 cup. brown sugar
: ..' ,. modernly called thiamin. This vita- % butter (melted) more noise they make in pouringit
ing repeal of the neutrality act's Swanson as secretary of iJr ;: cup
embargo provision.This the navy. Already past min is absolutely necessary. to en- Combine the''ingredients in the order out.-Pope.
retirement age, Admiral \ able the body to transform food (especially in which they are listed. Re- I
( provision stipulates that :
once :" l
the President finds a'state of tear existsin Leahy is remaining as / carbohydrates) into muscu- serve one cup of this mixture for be miserable withMALARIA
any foreign conflict, the sale of U. S. naval chief.- temnnrarilv.-- lL..:. ,."... .:y.,._:.. ; lar energy. Thiamin stimulates the the top. Pack the remainder into
arms and munitions is prohibited.) JESSE JONES, Texan appetite, too, and it helps in over- the bottom of an eight-inch square WHY
Best chairman. coming constipation, and acts as a
anti-embargo argument: I of the Re- pan.FILLING and COLDS when k
That it actually places the U. S. ina > construction Finance prevention of nervousness. :
position of co-operating with Nazi r jtI' corporation, is expected Here, then, is a brand new seriesof 1 cup sugar will check MALARIA'fast and
; carefully tested recipes, all of .2 tablespoons cornstarch 6 6 6
Germany in freezing out smaller nations S. to be named admin- gives symptomatic cold relief.
tad
by depriving them of muni-, I istrator of the consoli- which contain oatmeal, all of which Vi teaspoon salt
LIQUID TABLETS, SALVE.NOSE DROPS
tions. 'j0 dated federal lending will be family favorites in your rec- 1 cup water

On the surface less pressing when ,;Fyn: /.''agency effective July 1 ipe box. 1 tablespoon butter
war scares have temporarily died ::; [under President Roose- Meat Patties. 1 teaspoon vanilla "Yes," said the massive wife of
down, neutrality revision seemedout : 0W|velt's first government (Serves'six) 2 cups apples (pared and chopped) the obviously henpecked husband,
of the question.PENSIONS M ,i reorganization plan. 6 slices bacon Combine the sugar, cornstarch "it will be a joint account. My
I ro.r(1 jj Mr. Jones may also ad- SA pound beef (ground) and____ _salt.__nJ _Add___ the__ water.cooker and butter.a husband will make the depositsand

: ,*minister the proposed 1/4 pound pork (ground) \J / and I'll draw the checks."
Revision ::1it.J J(program of loans to 1 egg (beaten) \ low flame for t
cy about 10 minutes
*small business. 1 tablespoon onion (chopped) ,
Downed in the house 302 to 97 1 cup tomatoes (canned or fresh) 'j:5 stirring frequently. Scalp After scalp shampooing tingle with make a
Cool and add
was Dr. Francis E. Townsend's TREASURY: A cup milk I ) M Penetro scalp massage
the vanilla'and assage stainless. It .
ife Try
visionary plan to give everyone over cup oatmeal3A -=-- : ;;: *
60 about $200 a month through a$20OOOOOO,000ayear News Notes teaspoon salt app 1 es. P our th e PENETRO
the crust and with
3 per cent June 15 is quarterly U. S. treas- Dash of pepper filling over cover
transaction tax. This was beaten ury refinancing time. Only refinancing Line six muffin tins with strips of one cup of crust mixture reservedfor In the CauseIt
before it reached the floor, much to this June is an offer to bacon. Combine remaining ingredi- this. Bake in a moderately slow is the cause, and not the
the embarrassment of representatives exchange $426,554,600 in 1% per cent ents and mix well. Put into the oven (325 degrees) for about one death, that makes the martyr.-
who accepted Townsend sup- notes maturing next September for muffin tins. Bake in a moderateoven hour. Serve warm with plain or Napoleon I. I IA
| port last election. But by adjourn- new five year, % per cent notes (350 degrees) for approximately whipped cream.
As Breakfast Food.
t ment time congress will probably maturing June 15, 1944. No new one hour. a
r liberalize social security to start money' will be needed until September. Vegetable Oatmeal Soup. Modern homemakers serve oatmeal
porridge often and for varietyadd a 7"r MM
k paying 65-year-oldsters next year on Other treasury news: (Serves eight)
chopped dates figs seedless
,
basis of their average previous C During the first 11 months of the 2 pounds soup bone (tai bone, Vz raisins, or dried prunes or apricotscut
wages roll tax rather than on their pay- 1938-39 fiscal year the U. S. operated meat) ( in strips) while cooking.Get beaf4dJUST =OUfU'CapBrush"Applieator ,
accumulations
: with deficit of fat
a $3,240,467,092, 2 tablespoons A make"BLACK UAF 40"
Method. Under present rules, so- which will probably hit $4,000,000000 ,- 2 quarts water This New Cook Book. DASH IN FEATHERS.. CO MUCH FARTHER
cial security taxes would rise from by year's end on June 30. 4 teaspoons salt Of course the man in your family OR SPREAD. ON ROOSTS
1 per cent to 1% =j. -- >ntt-v ->- *Y ifestv s fsst
per cent against % teaspoon pepper *
C. Secretary Morgenthau revealed has very special recipe likes and
both employer and'employee on Jan only 49 Americans had million-dol 2 cups tomatoes (canned) dislikes. So has every other he-
uary 1, 1940; to 2 per cent in 1943 lar incomes in 1937, compared with 1 cup carrots (cubed) man. And, of course, they all likea
2% per cent in 1946; and 3 per 61 in 1936. Yet 6,350,148 people filed Vi cup onion (chopped) big, juicy steak, apple pie a la mODERnllEWhether
cent in
1949. Probable revision: 1937 income tax returns, comparedwith % cup celery (chopped) mode, potatoes au gratin, etc. This
Current 1 per cent rate against each Vz oatmeal or 1 regular you're planning a partyor
only 5,413,499 in 1936. cup cup new cook book contains over 125 rec- remodeling a room you should
will be frozen for three years. C. Okayed by the senate was a meas- rolled oats (uncooked) ipes that men like. Send 10 cents in follow the advertisement..to learn
Results. At present a worker now, ure to remove the $30,000,000 limiton Remove part of meat from coin to Eleanor Howe, 919 North what's new..and cheaper...and ,
making $100 a month would get federal bond insurance, thoughthe cracked soup bone, cut meat into Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Ill., and about better.new And things the place is right to find here out in
nothing but a small lump sum set- total debt limit of $45,000,000,000to cubes and brown lightly in hot fat. get a postage prepaid copy of this newspaper. Its columns are
tlement in 1940., Under revisions, ( be reached next fiscal year) remains 1 Place meat, soup bone, water, salt "Feeding Father." filled with important: messages
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., ::-';, Warts on Foot ......-- ""'IMPROVEDUNIFORM ------- DIZZY DRAMAy-JYou; Playing-"BEAU BUMMER" By Joe Bowers' I

INTERNATIONAL

I Be Cured M ( GOSH TEN YEARS AGO YOU WERE LOOK'AT you NOW j )
May I THE BEST DRESSED MAN/ 1NTOWNTNAT'S (

SUNDAY 7
LessonBy
By Treatments s
HAROLD L,. LUND UJST. D. D.
Dean of The Moody Bible Instituteof
Chicago.
+ (Released by Western Newspaper Union.)
!; By DR. JAMES, BARTON

HAVE,spoken before of those \
I Lesson for June 18
the
c painful flat growths on

of the foot called plantar
,? sole
: warts..' As they receive the Lesson and subjects copyrighted and Scripture by International texts selected DRESSED LIKE A BUM) FUNNY! ) T E'RE THE\ SAME CLOTHES '

,Council of Religious Education: used by _
whole weight of j nermlsslon pJI
i
r- the body in walkTODAY'S PAUL WRITES PERSONAL

ing, relief is often HEALTH LETTERS .. / :

obtained by special 'a :::::'
LESSON TEXT-n Timothy 1:1-6; Phile ( -
COLUMN
: .:. f ft wide shoes or mon 1.7. 21, 22.
",.-, GOLDEN TEXT-Study to show thyself
" { special cushions i f 5
approved unto God a workman that need- S
' ': with a hole in the center which: eth not to be ashamed rightly dividing the
; : word of truth.-II
2:15.
Timothy
; surrounds the wart and thus
' "'
-. takes the pressure off it. Letters-what interest we all takein By ,RIGHT.. !

Just what causes these warts them! We go to town to get the HOW-SEW RUTH WYETH %s

, is unknown, although it is be- mail, or we stop our work at the familiar SPEARS THC SAC S TIGHT...
signal of the Too
postman.
ON.
lieved that many cases are
- - - - - - THE tSY
little is
' thought given to the possibility '
\ due to infection. Some ofF Oar''
that our letters may be a CASY CHARM
looking for effective A
something
a< these warts disappear apparently means of blessing in God's hand. DRAW THREADS-WHIP NEEDLE FROM 61 CcPEKOEDGE
that is quick to make here it is. S
EDGES OF
,
OPENINGGHT 1\
TO LEFT WOR
without treatment and Paul has given us model Christian
k" e J UNDER 2 GROUP Just pull out the threads of the
; others seem to resist all forms of epistles.In L OF THREADS linen to make an open space aboutan
F: c, treatment except surgery. considering our lesson it is difficult l II i j,TURN NEEDLE
inch wide. The scarf be
BEFORE DRAWING may
:, ;" Fortunately the to indicate specific verses, but
r. THROUGH hemmed at'the same time the out-
use of wide shoes, a the reader can readily identify the side edge of the opening is being
J
truth taken from the lesson under
felt or cork cushion whipped. Just follow these
with central hole, each division.
sketches. No cither directions are
and the use of some I.\Remembrance. needed. Use either linen or mer-

of the ordinary corn Paul did not write letters which ''i coltNEaBy cerized thread in a matchingcolor.

.. '. cures containing sal- were impersonal and distant in spirit. .

or- icylic acid, give excellent The warmth of a loving heart, NOTE: Book SEWING, for

.' results in the refreshing recollection of past the Home Decorator, and No. 2,

; most cases. fellowship, a genuine, interest in the Gifts, Novelties, and Embroid-:
As there are some joys and sorrows of his brethren eries, are now 15 cents each, or
f H'; cases that are difficult 1 put love into every sentence.We Ruth Wyeth Spears both books for 25 cents. Readers
\ tn it
cure' need to learn the art of writing THIS idea is the result of an ex- who have not secured their copiesof l p
t: --to- knowthat I '
Dr. Barton gratifying letters. Even so-called business periment. A friend had a set these two books should send in ROYAL

"t ,.. '.. X-rays now communications may often carry a of sadly out-of-date white linen their orders at once, as :no more
: used in so many skin ailments is touch of encouragement or inspi- drawn work scarves for buffet, .. copies will be available when the w

,.. curing a number of these cases. ration. Personal letters should serving and dining table. Her present stock is sold. Your choice .

': Drs. W. C. Popp and J. W. Olds, certainly be a constant medium of dining room was being done over of,the QUILT LEAFLET illustrat- i

t't Rochester, Minn., in radiology record keeping bright the flame of affection with touches of turquoise blue ing 36 authentic patchwork

r' their investigation of the effect between parents and children, ,in the draperies and wall paper, stitches; or the RAG RUG LEAFLET -

I of X-ray treatment of 91 cases of Brothers and sisters, and Christian so she had the scarves dyed to will be included with orders

; plantar warts. These patients came friends separated by distance. match. They were so effective for both books for the present,

'. from a distance and the study was Observe that the remembrance of ,that the simplest part of the but the offer may be withdrawnat

...., made with the thought in mind of Paul had to do with both personaland drawn work,design was copied in anytime. Leaflets are 6 cents If your dealer cannot supply you'
I finding out just how many could be spiritual matters, and note how coarse linen in various colors for each when ordered without the send 20c with your dealer's name

cured with but one treatment. naturally and easily the two blend. mats and scarves throughout the books. for a Trial Package of 48 genuine

EE E L. ,' Treatment ,Successful. There? should be no need of being house. Everyone should have copies of :PE-KO Jar Rings; sent prepaid.'

, r. In 54 cases there was but one wart offensively "preachy" in writing let- While the turquoise scarves these two books containing 96

t t; .. and in 37 cases there were,two or ters. The personal and spiritual interests were especially attractive, thosein HOW TO SEW articles by Mrs.

;"; more. Fifty-eight patients obtained of our lives should be so golden yellow and a bedroomset I Spears, that have not appeared in PE-KO EDGE

complete cure, whereas 18 received close together that we normallyand in soft jose were also full of the paper. Send your order at

k no benefit. without effort can put them charm. The sketch shows how the once to Mrs. Spears, 210. S. Des- JAR RUBBERSUnited
Ka
'9 In 40 of the 58 cured cases the forth as one in spirit.II. drawn work is done. If you are plaines St., Chicago, 111.

(. ?: wart or warts disappeared after one Inspiration.Who States Rubber Company ,
treatment; 11 required two treat- has not had the unforgettable -
Room 601-1790 Broadway,New York.N.Y.
", ments, five required three treat- experience of receiving a letter
A thAnswersANOTHER
QuizW
;' -.: ments and two were cured only after just when its cheering word was ,ASK ME \

five treatments. needed. Many a man has been saved ? Offering Information Character Index
There ,as no index to characterso
from despair and possible destruction
:' The fact that 18 received no bene- ] Various
Subjects
on the voice.-Disraeli.
:; fit from X-ray treatment did not by such "a word fitly spoken" sure as

r,. mean that they could not be cured which,is "like apples of gold in pictures .
: ',:, of these of silver" (Prov. 25:11). "A
or relieved, as a follow-up The Questions The Answers
\- 18 patients showed that treatment word spoken in due season, how 1. A short fly that drops between ee a o
;
in six good is it!" (Prov. 15:23). 1. What is a Texas .leaguer in
elsewhere had resulted being infield and outfield, out of reach of
cured, six relieved of pain, and We enjoy receiving such lettersdo baseball? both. MAKES 10 BIG GLASSE
we make an effort to write themto 2. Who crossed the Rubicon? _
. three got partial relief from pain. 2. Caesar and his army.
, ;', ; others? Or do we excuse our- 3. What is the difference be- 3. untamed bar-
selves by saying, "You know I am Savage means ;
tween and barbarian?
a a
savage
barian the state between
Gives means
' Waste Weight
, such a poor letter-writer! when the
4. What would result if all the savage and civilized.
Us Tired fact is that we are probably lazy or
.; FeelingS colors were blended together? 4. All the colors of the spectrum
S indifferent to the needs of our A Hard Master
of the humorous remarks of
5. Among the 12 signs of the blended together give white.
friends? Honor is a harder master than,
former days was to tell the thin individual
Notice that Paul's inspiration and zodiac are four that represent ani 5. Leo (lion), Taurus' (bull), Aries the law.-Mark Twain.VESPER .
with the large appetite that
: instruction to his friends revolved mals. Which are they? (ram), Apricornus (goat).
; he was kept thin by carrying so
denotes
6. The first
around two points-his constant 6. Is there difference be- usually go-
any
J
much food around. As a matter of unconscious the
from the to
on their behalf and his faithful tween semi-conscious and semi- ing
,l' fact there is, some truth in this re- prayers conscious The is
mark because a thin individual with : presentation of the teaching of unconscious? state. reverse

.. a large appetite is going to carry God's Word. If we would follow his 7. Why was it said that if Cleo- the case in the other. TEA
if
7. To convey the idea that
around with him a lot of waste from example we must first really pray patra's nose had been shorter the
had been less attractiveshe
this excess food. Dr. Walter Al- and then study God's Word for our- whole face of the world would Cleopatra
tells selves before we shall be ready to have been would not have enslaved Julius -
varez of the Mayo clinic us changed? Caesar and Mark Antony.

'. -, that it is the weight of these wastes pass it on to others.III. 8. How did the dandelion get its 8. ''From the French "dent de

.: that makes us tired as much as the Admonition. name? lion," meaning a lion's tooth, referring -

absorption 'of some of this waste into Scolding has no place in a letter, 9. What is the significance of the to the leaves of the plant. Truth Needs No Defense

the blood. but kindly admonition is quite in or- name "Prospice," the title 'of one 9. It is interpreted as meaning The dignity of truth is lost with

Most of us are apt to think that der. Paul improved every oppor- of Browning's poems? "Look Forward." much protesting.-Ben Jonson.
we get tired because we work too tunity to urge his readers to per-

hard physically and mentally. Get- sonal piety, Christian fellowship, at-

ting tired by physical work is a'good 'tendance upon the means of grace,
,. and the study of God's SMOKING
health asset as it means refreshing prayer THE EXTRA
q sleep. Getting tired from mental Word. He also urged his young '

work may be due to tiredness of the brother in the Lord's service to "stir IN EVERY PACK=

eye muscles, or some tiredness from up the gift of God" which was in
nervous tension. him. The influence of the world, I

, That there are other causes for the pressure of work, or some bur-I
' tiredness besides mental or physi- den of spirit might cause a

'. cal overwork is stated by Dr. F. L. bog down in the slough of despondor 5::

Meredith, Tufts' college, as recorded of mediocrity. A letter from -a
. by Science News Letter. true Christian friend at such a time : I
Lack of Gland Balance. might well be the means in God's

"Poisons from organismsteethand hand of renewing holy resolves and ENJOY the smoking thrill..ana
of stimulating renewed endeavor.IV. .
tonsils; thin blood; not enoughor ECONOMY...of Camel's extra-mild,ripe-tast-
the wrong kind of food (including Co-operation.
ing tobaccos.There is more tobacco by weightin ,
lack of minerals and vitamins) ; Friendship and fellowship are not
the weight of
Camels
compared to
sluggish circulation, and psychic or one-sided. The very words demandthe average
mental states such as worry or lackof existence and interaction of two 15 other of the largest-selling brands tested.

interest in one's work." personal beings. "A man that hath Besides, Camels burn, slower than any other

Another cause is lack of balance friends must show himself friendly"Prov. brand tested-25% slower than the average

of the glands. :Thus the thyroid ( 18:24). Paul recognized this, time of the others. So Camels give you the

gland, by making too much juice, and when he wrote to Philemon he equivalent of $ EXTRA SMOKES PER ::
can speed all the body gave him opportunity to respond in
up processes, PACK! On top of that, you get the mellow-
keep the individual tensed (on his loving obedience to a request whileat :bhC
thrill of Camel's cost-
goodness the smoking
toes)' all the time and cause tired- the same time he showed the ,

ness to come on sooner. On the highest degree of Christian consid- itertobaccosinamatchlessblend.PLEASUREPlus
other hand, an insufficient amount eration and courtesy toward Phile- ECONOMY made Camel America's ciga

:, of thyroid juice slows up all the mon. The epistle is a "masterpieceof rette No. 1. Why not yours too? 4 y'

.; body processes and the individual persuasive tact and delicacy and

feels tired, lazy and sleepy. an enduring model of truest Chris-

The first thought should be to have tian courtesy" (Ellicott). CIGARETTE OF
A THE
,'-., the teeth and tonsils examined. If No right thinking person is satis- ., .
"() overweight, have metabolism test to fied to be the constant recipient of C E L

.._.:J see if thyroid gland is over or under the love and thoughtfulness of another ".;i .IlftI COSTLiER TOBACCOS
'
j active. Have blood examined to see with no opportunity to 'recipro
that it contains enough iron. See cate. The smallest child or the hum-
that enough sleep is obtained. blest individual who must receive PENNY FOR PENNY YOUR BEST .CIGARETTE BUYti
Copyright.-VVNU Service. help wants to show appreciation.



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PAGE FOUR THE CLEW1STOX NEWS -
FRIDAY, JUNE 16, 1030

1
The Clewiston News I LAiE'STILL SALT WATER I|'lignatcd as the place where, the City Wilson State Attorney for the* COUNTY
IN CHANCERY
Commission shall hold a public meet- 'Twelfth Judicial Circuit of Florida,
ing fort the purpose of considering ;and the several property owners taxpayers T1. D. DUFF No. t3.0:
R. Y. PATTERSON :
:I Representative Russell Morrow and acting :
applications
upon to adjust citizens and others. Including and J. E.
that he unable to compromise or settle delinquent i ii nonresidents of said Sugarland and BEARDSLEY. as : E
In Clewiston reports was get constituting
Published every Friday (I I taxes of the 1938 and prior tax rolls Drainage District having or the Board of : .'
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, the delegation from Okeechobce ,of the City of Clewiston. right title or Interest In claimingany Sugar- Supervisors District of Clewiston Drainage :
a public
Inc. Hendry and Glades counties 'to)!I. Such applications must be filed in land Drainage District or the taxable corporation organized and quasi existing :
i support the bill that would have!!!writing I on or before July 15. 1939, property therein are hereby ordered under the laws of Florida :
; stating reason for said application'directed, required and notified to appear and CLEWISTON DRAINAGE
KEATHLEY BOWDEN, Editor the designation of Lake Okeechobee'a ''I and showing cause why such: delinquent before the said Circuit Court of DISTRICT a public quasi- i:
taxes should be adjusted, compromised the Twelfth Judicial Circuit of Florida corporation organized and
fresh instead of salt water lake,| ex- :
in and for Ilendry
or settled. County at isting under the laws of Flor-
Entered ns second clnss mail matter as now named, or to take it away I This notice dated this 15th day LaBelle Florida at 10 o'clock A. 11., ida. :;
February I, 1037! : at the Post Office JnClowfston from the Shell Fish Department of June 1939., .Eastern Standard Time on the 10th Petitioners, :
day of July 1939 at a hearing to beheld .
Florida, under the Act of vs.THE :
:March 3, 1S97.Sulfxcrfptlon. and place it in the Conservation MALCOLM W. BIGG Cleric, before said Circuit Court at the STATE OF FLORIDA, :
CITY COllMISSIOrI I Court House in LaBelle, Florida to
Department control. Morrow inti- .AND '
THE SEVERAL
PROPERTY
l CITY OF CLEWISTON.June show cause, if any you have, why :
mates that the commercial fisher- paid authority proceedings, bonds, as- OWNERS TA.-PAYEnS. :
Rate $2.00 Per Year. man's association also exerted its 16-23. I r sessments taxes, and the power to !CITIZENS AND OTHERS, INCLUDING :
I levy same should not be adjudicated i OF
Advertising' (' On Application. political influence against the pro- validated and co: lrmcd. SAID L ;pENJ'AI ;

posed change. South Florida sportsmen -/ LEGAL NOTICE DONE' AND ORDERED in 'AGE DISTRICT. having or :
bers at Ft. Myers, Florida claiming any right, title or Interest :
Devoted to the advancement and wel- will now organize and work for II day of June 1939. cham-I in Clewiston Drainage :
fare of Clewlston and Ilendry County. the coming two :years to bring this ing In compliance the preparation with the of law the govern-annual GEO. W. District therein or the taxable. property :

change about In the next sessionof I assessment roll of the EVERGLADES I Circuit Judge Respondents. :
C.N.-D.Juno 9, 16, 23, 30-4t. :
the Legislature, and they will DRAINAGE DISTRICT taxes notice ORDER AND NOTICE TO VALIDATE:
The. summer home-building pro ,its hereby given that said asessment I $79,500 PRINCIPAL AMOUNT OF \'
go up there and carry on the bat-(roll has been completed and a meet-, CLEWISTON DRAINAGEDISTRICT
is in Clewiston. = ping of the Board of Commissioners ofi I .
gram well underway tie.-- Pahokee News. j NOTICE OF TAX SALE< FOR DELINQUENT -c REFUNDING BONDS.TO
i iI (Everglades Drainage District will beheld
1Jts': SOUTH FLORIDA!! THE: STATE OF FLORIDA, AND
at the office ,of the District 300 THE
SEVERAL PROPERTY
CONSERVANCY DISTRICT! TAXES'' !I OWNERS -

W'e. how many residents I ...................................................................................................... I at County 11 o'clock Court A.House M June Miami 22nd Florida, 1939, I I I OTHERS, TAXPAYERS INCLUDING, CITIZENS NONRESIDENTS AND-
for the purpose of hearing complaints
_have been guilty of traffic viola- and objections to the contents of such Notice Is hereby given that all lands I I DRAINAGE OF DISTRICT SAID CLEWISTON, HAVINGOR
Classify roll and the method and manner of delinquent on July 3rd 1938. for non-
Too Late To CLAIMING ANY
tions since the new stop light was preparing the same.EVERGLADES I payment of SOUTH FLORIDA CON- OR INTEREST IN RIGHT CLEWISTON TITLE
installed. I BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF SERVANCY DISTRICT taxes for the DRAINAGE DISTRICT
OR THE
DRAINAGE year 1938 or so much thereof as may I
DIS-j
By RUSSELL KAYFor TRICT. :be necessary topay the amount due I TAXABLE PROPERTY THEREIN:
!''for taxes said lands for said A petition for the validation of
Clewiston's potstoffice takes a .. . . ... .... .: C. H. REEDER Secretary. together with on the cost of sale speci-year,:Seventy Nine Thousand Five Hundred
second-class rating the first of July |II fied in the laws governing said Dis- Dollars ($79,500) principal amount of
which is an excellent indication of I i trict, will be sold at public auction refunding bonds of Clewiston Drain-
"sick old Governor IN THE< 'beginning at Twelve o'clock noon on age District to be issued for the pur-
a man CIRCUIT COURT OF 'l'IH'I''ELPTII :
the growth of the community. I JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF 1 the 3rd day of July 1939, at the front pose of retiring and refunding One
Fred seems to be 1 doin' right well. Hundred Eighteen Thousand Eight
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR IIENDRY door 'of the Court House in the Cityof
LaBelle, Florida nnd continue Hundred Dollars ($118,800) of bonded
Since the legislative camp COUNTY IN CHANCERY until -
Storm warning service'starts today No. >..".., said sale is completed.A indebtedness (including bonds and
closed leavin' a of meetIn'I I matured interest ) of said
mess coupons
in the state. It was too late F. D. DUFF R. y PATTER : complete list of such delinquent Clewiston Drainage District
this year to get anyone very excited cans empty bottles and other de-,SON AND J. :E. BEARDSLEY. : lands is available for public inspection been filed and presented to this having Court
bris scattered 'rou'nd Fred has as and constituting the Board : during business hours at the on the Cth day of
I June 1939 the
over the first little blow of Supervisors of Sugarland .: I office of the Tax Collector for the State of Florida, through the Honorable
I which hatched out in the Gulf the been as busy ,as a six-headed cat Drainage District a public : County of Hendry; the Court Houseat Clvde Wilson State Attorney-
with a bowl of milk cleanin' I quasi corporation organized : LaBelle Florida, and inquiries as for the Twelfth Judicial Circuit of
: first of the week. up
and under the
existing laws : to lands included In such delinquent Florida, and the several
the mess and putiin' things in of Florida, and SUGARLAND : list by mail or by telephone, or in owners taxpayers citizens and property others -
order.Accordin'. DRAINAGE DISTRICT a public : person during, business hours will including non.r esldents of said
XOT BROKE" SAYS CONE I I quasi corporation organized : be fully answered by the office. of Clewiston Drainage District, havingor
I I to reports: Fred has and existing under the laws of : said Tax Collector. claiming any right, title or interest -
been on the job workin' hike a Florida, : R. N. MILLER In Clewiston Drainage District r
Governor., Cone is, perhaps, a deal beaver from early mornln'\ until 'v. Petitioners, :.. Tax County Collector Florida.of Hendry. or the' taxable property therein are

more optimistic than the stern facts midnight or' later and has just THE'STATE OF .FLORIDA, : hereby notified ordered to ,appear directed before, the required said Cir and
justify in his statement to The Trib about writer's vetoin' all AND THE SEVERAL PROPERTY : cuit Court of the Twelfth Judicial
got
cramp I OWNERS TAXPAYERS, : Circuit of
Florida in and for
Hendry
une's correspondent at Tallahassee CITIZENS AND OTHERS INCLUDING NOTICE OP TAX SALE FOR DILlNQUEN'1'
the 'screwy bills the big hearted : County, at LaBelle, Florida, at 11
Saturday. The Governor said: "The legislators dumped in his lap. A SAID SUGARLAND NONRESIDENTS DRAINAGE OF :: AGE DISTRICT inns EVERGLADES'I'AXES. DRAIN o'clock A. M., Eastern Standard Time.

state's not broke. When I get lot of folks who figured they hade DISTRICT, having or claimingany : hearing on the 10th to be day held of before July, said 1939 Circuit at a

through everything is going to ball His Excellency behind the eight right title or interest in : Notice is Hereby Given that all I Court 'at the Court House In LaBelle
Drainage District
Sugarland :
lands delinquent July 3. 1938, for
on Florida to show if
cause any you
I'll
right. If it isn't all right, 1 'or the taxable property therein :
ball and backed: up against the non-payment of EVERGLADES have why said authority proceedings,
make it so. What I can't make good ropes, are findin' out that the old I' Respondents. :: DRAINAGE DISTRICT Taxes for the bonds 'assessments, taxes and they
year 1938, or so much thereof as ma power to levy same, should not be
I'm going to economize. The state boy ain't nobody's "pushover,"(II ORDER AND NOTICE TO VALIDATE be ne'cessary to pay the amount due adjudicated.[ validated and confirmed.
will get along in spite of the Legislature while the "peepul" are tickled pink I $191,500 PRINCIPAL AMOUNT OF for taxes on 'said lands for said year DONE AND ORDERED in Chambers
REFUNDING BONDS OF SUGAR-
1 together with the costs of sale -
Ft.
., The specified at Myers Florida, this G day of
state doesn't
owe over the way he has gone at the LAND DRAINAGE DISTRICT.TO in the laws governing said District June, 1939.
anything It might be close: to 30 job of lookin' after the public THE STATE OF FLORIDA AND will be sold. at public auction GEO. W. WHITEHURST, F
THE SEVERAL PROPERTY OWN-
beginning at twelve o'clock'noon Circuit
on Judge.
days because of a lot of unnecessary welfare and out-smartin' the smart ERS, TAXPAYERS CITIZENS> AND the 3rd day of July, 1939, at the C.N.-June 9, 16, 23, 30-4t
spending by the Legislature, guys.' OTHERS, INCLUDING NONRESIDENTS front door of the Court House in the
OF SAID SUGARLAND I City of LaBelle Florida' and continuing -
buying law books, building a ,new A few guys who called him .a DRAINAGE DISTRICT HAVING OR > until said sale is completed.A .

wing on, the Capitol and these in- "sick old man" are a darn sight CLAIMING INTEREST ANY IN SUGARLAND RIGHT TITLE DRAIN-OR complete list of such delinquent

vestigations.' All that costs money "sicker" than he is right now, but I AGE DISTRICT OR THE TAXABLE tion lands during is available the business for public hours Inspec-at the i I ROOM FOR RENT .
PROPERTY THEREIN
and they didn't leave a dime to they should have known better. I A petition for the validation: cf I office of the Tax Collector for the
pay it with but we won't have anymore Fred gave 'em plenty of warnin' One Hundred Ninety-one Thousand I County of Hendry in the Court Houseat
Five[ Hundred Dollars (191,500.00) principal LaBelle Florida and Inquiries as: Furnished
legislative expenses for an and he hasn't done1 a thing that he I; amount of refunding bonds of to lands included in said delinquentlist I large, cool

other. two years. didn't say he would do all along. Sugarland Drainage District to be by mail or by telephone or in I

In saying that he will "make it Callin' his playmates into the of-I:refunding issued: for the Five purpese Hundred of retiring Eighty-four and be person.fully during answered business by the hours office, will osaid room with twin beds,

.right"!, the Governor, is assuming fice, he told 'em to trim their bud- Thousand Eight Hundred Dollars Tax Collector.R.. ,

a difficult task.-but he has a gets and watch their- step, and I I :((including 584800.00_ bonds of bonded and matured Indebtedness interest Tax N. MILLER.Collector of Hendry' private bath, phone.

veto pen and he's economyminded imagine they will come pretty close coupons) of said Sugarland Drain- County, Florida.
right on. Some of the benefici I age' District having been filed and, Phone 53
to doin-
just that, especially withan presented to this Court on the 6th IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE:
aries of unwarranted special Jappro- election comin' up. day of June, 1939 the State of Florida I. TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF I
through the Honorable: Clyde FLORIDA, IN AND FOR IIENDRY
priations
are going to suffer but As governor of all counties, both

the Governor is going to try to LARGE and SMALL, Fred has made . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
. .. . -
I '"""" """""""""""""".. ."".'"'. . .. ....... ... ... ....... ."...."" .. ""'."" ""..".'"""".... ...........:.
make both 'ends meet by the judi- financial adjustments with the wel- :':..::...:..:....:...:..:...:...:....:...:..:...:....:..:....:...:..:....:...:..:...:...:...:...:...:...:...:...:...:...:...:...:...:...:...:...:...:...:....:..:...:......:...:...:...:...:...:...:...:...:...:...:....:"i".....:...:...:...:...:.-:-.:..:...:...:...:...:...:...:...:...:...:...:...:....;..;...;....;..;...
cious use of the scissors. fare of the state as'a whole always -. :tV

The Governor permitted one in view. Special interests and tVt"f.. .
f, :.s.:
glaring selfish and ?.'* .....
exception to his economy groups can howl gnash : : :

program however, when he approved their pearly teeth to their heart's .fV

the creation of an entirely content, but it won't get them at ;:;."... ENJOY AN I ..f.:...:...

useless office in Hillsborough coun- thing, for the people of the state ",:. .:..::.

ty, Probation Officer of the Crim- are in full accord with the govern-I' ; .
.
:::
::::
inal Court, the functions of which or's policy and are 100 per cent : ::'
. I :. :.' 't:. .:. ...
for him. : +
were already being capably and I : c ALL ELECTRIC .

conscientiously performed without Noif school boards and trustees I':= : it

cost. to the taxpayers, just to givea will get their curly heads together I ;:f 1; /Y :

job to 'a political ally. However, and cooperate they: will find that I.; ; HOME : ttAA ,

that's" our local burden, and has while they may not have as much :::..:. ".. ',' ',I" .':.:* .'
I "
nothing to do with the .state's bud- money as the WANTED, they'll; :: :' : .... .. .'. /" i-; 1.p
: : '1 r,:; :"\, > t.-.. < .. :!::!:
all .
have .
get. they really NEED, and ; I- .J, '
In this connection Robert L. (.Continued on Page 8) ::I :: : 1.1.; : A111. : '"> : .; ::::

Newman, spokesman for the Florida .: .

- Taxpayers fought League the ,DuPont who successfully ad-- C.ANNIVERSARY'E. ROBBINS. AVEDDIXG OBSERVED :..i;_t:: $ Electricity is the modern servant; a servant that 1it:::

valorem and sales tax program ---.- .i_::_: takes care of both the work and the pleasures of the :_::!:


'throughout out the the possibilities session, of has meeting pointed -., hosts Mr. and at a Mrs.dinner C. E. party Robbins. at were the :.:t:!: home and one that will do everything quickly, efficiently ::::


much of the deficit by vigorous tax: Clewiston Inn Friday evening, in.:::: and economically. +:!::!:

collection. Mr. Newman's figures' celebration of their seventeenth ::... .....
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.f.
show there are on the books of' wedding anniversary. :
the state $4,554,553 in uncollected Mrs. J. E. Beardsley won 'a box .::!: $ One. penny will, toast 26 crunchy slices of toast, or :!::;:


ad$827,337 valorem uncollected taxes on personal real estate tax-; I''I prize of handkerchiefs for ladies and as J.high M. bridge Cousean :.:'::: give your eyes two hours of safe reading light or operate ::::

es; $778,837 uncollected railroad ash tray as high for men in the :i:::: your radio for most of a day-and-ELECTRICITY is :'I:"

taxes, amounts not including that have considerableother been in II card, Guests game of which Mr. and followed Mrs. Robbins dinner. :.st,:::;: one thing that gets cheaper the more of it that you use. :::'

litigation for :years; $1,500,000 uncollected were Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Lyons, ;:'

license and' gross receipts I and Mr. and Mrs. J. M. .:' That is why it is so easy to have and enjoy a home ;
Moore Haven and Mr. .i' .
taxes; $500,000 in uncollected in- and Mrs. ; ,... :
tangible taxes, making a total of J. E. Beardsley. ::.:,.:. that is all electric and mo d._:_: '
.,..:. .:'..
$8,16Q,736 that could be collected.On .:,..:. .:..:,
top of that, }'Ir. Newman esti- PARTY FOIl JIMMY KNIGHT ON .:'"i. .:..:,

mates that some $2,000,000 could T1IIKD LjTKTHDAY SATURDAY :;"" :.. r .:...:.

be collected promptly if the rail ..;.. ..i.:'.::''

road tax suits were settled at once Little. (Jimmy Knight celebrated I ::.::::!:, ELECTRICITY IS YOUR CHEAPEST SERV :H::!:

instead, of continuing to. stall them his third birthday with a party. .:''::i: ::::i:
off. To which he adds a possible given at the home of his parents,I.::. M

3,000,000 of collections if County Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Knight, Saturday ;:'
Assessors would add to the assess- :" afternoon. :::::;: ANT-USE IT EXTRAVAGANTLY. :::: )<

ment rolls some $60,000,000 of A pink and green color schemewas :i''.:. ; :

values that have been withheld carried out in the decorations. .:'.:.

from the rolls. Birthday cake,' ice cream and candies :f:t

This Is an impressive itemization, were served to the children. .;.::!: :::!:
The
invited guests were John :::
but the trouble is that the Legis- 4W'
lature refused to pass any law or Perry, Don Terrell, Wayne King, .;. i

laws to improve tax collecting. However Ronald Hare, Gene Beery, Paul :::X

much of this uncollected Bowden, Mary Kay Pafford Linda ; AAit

ought to be realized under revenue existing -- Evelyn Lee,: Bettye Dodge.Carol FlanSken and .::::.! Glades Power and light Co.

laws. So, the state's hope of ...':.. AAii

..getting out of the present embarrassing .-.. I .;.
y tty
situation without .
utter I
bankruptcy depends upon Governor i. XO'l'ICIOf.. PUBLIC HEARING !I.:..h. vy yy.

Cone's exercise of his expensive Monday July 24, 1939 at1:00 *i .
..Cone's o'clock P. JM., United States Eastern .*.
exercise of his extensive I Standard Time Is fixed as. the date .*...t
collecting officers.-Tampa and the time -w en. and tho City .!....:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:. ..:..:..:--:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:.:..:.$
Tribune. Hall in thg City of Clcwlston i is dcs- toO;..:N:..;..;..:N:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.,;-;..;..;..;..;..:..;..;..;..;..;..;..;..;..:..;..;..;..;..:..:..:..;..:..:..;..:..;..:-:..:..;..:..;..;..;..;..;..;..;..;..;..:..;..;..:..:..:..;..:..:..:..:..:.:..;..;..:.:. 1! i



FRIDAY, JUNE 1C, 1030 THIS CLEWISTON, NEWS PAGE FIVE

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J Attorney James M. Couse left Frances Wright, who spent the Song" was played by Mrs. Doty. ficers meeting Wednesday at 7
past Saturday with Mrs. Couse and past nine months in Champaign, During the business session it p. m.
their daughter Jo Ann for a vaca- Illinois, with his grandparents, Mr. was decided to have a picnic at
[ Personal I I tion visit in New York and Pittsburgh and Mrs. T. A. Burt, returned Mon- Lake Worth beach on the Fourthof The public is cordially invited to
attend all our services.ST. .
, day. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. \VI Ight and July. The banner for attendancewent

J I Nancy Wright met him in West( to the Canal Point group andit .
Miss Lois Prince is recuperating Palm Beach. was voted to hold the next meet MARGARET'S CATHOLIC
F. M. Wright left yesterday for 1 in the local hospital from an operation ing in Canal Point. CHURCH \

two weeks' visit in Chicago. for appendicitis, and will Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Thomas and An interesting original skit, pat- Hc,". Lawrence J. Flynn, Pastor

I be removed to her home in a fed Mary Louise Thomas have moved terned after of the
one popular radio -
I: Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Allen wererecent days. into the home on Crescent Drive, programs, was presented by a Mass each Sunday morning a
8 o'clock
: I excepting the last Sun
which they recently purchased from
business visitors in Tampa. local group, including Misses Flor-
day of the month when the time is
I Mr. and Mrs. S. WI. Myers are J the Clewiston Realty and Develop-! ence and Kathryn Graham, Bill and 10:30.

Dave Alston left Saturday for visiting relatives in Bradenton and ment Corporation. Mr. and Mrs. F. Dick Owen and Dick Patterson.
\' a vacation trip to the New York enjoying a visit to several pointson M. Wright, who vacated the house Confessions are heard every Saturday -
r" World's Fair. I the West Coast during their va have taken an apartment in the I MRS. NOWLING HOSTESSTO evening from 7:30 until 8:30

cation. Hopkins building. I EVENING BRIDGE CLUBI and before all the Masses.
I Week-day Mass every morning at
'\\'. C. Flowers of Tampa arrivedin 7:30.
Clewiston this week and is employed Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Beery left BAPTIST. M. S. HOLD j I I Mrs. R. C. Nowling was hostessto

'. ; by the U. S. Engineers.Miss / this morning for Savannah, Ga., REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING members of the evening bridge Devotions in honor of Our Ladyof

.. where Mr. Beery has been trans- club at her home on Wednesday evening Perpetual Help are conducted

, Ava Ezelle, who is visitingDr. I,ferred to .the Savannah office, U. The monthly business and social A pair of hose was awardedto Friday evenings at 8, o'clock, followed -
Engineers. meeting of the Baptist Woman's Mrs, B. J. Schroeder as high by Benediction of the Most
and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, spent I IS.
Missionary Society was held at score prize, and a Fostoria pitcherto Blessed Sacrament.
the week-end in Fort Myers.
(" the church Tuesday afternoqn with I, Miss Mae Palmer as high prize. Religious Instruction Class for
-- '. Mr. and Mrs. John 'Elmore have
'. I Mrs. C. Nelson and Mrs. A. R.Broadfoot children Saturday morning at nine
At the conclusion of the
Mrs. I. M. Pafford, Mrs. B. C. i moved into the apartment, on the bridge
hostesses. 'game, Mrs. Nowling invited her here in Clewiston, and after Sunday
Flanlken and children were recent I property .they recently purchased, atWhidden i'
I Following the transaction of routine guests to "The Smack' for refresh- Mass in Pahokee.
: visitors in Fort Myers. i s Corner west of Clewis-
I ton. business a pleasant social hour, ments. Attending were Mrs. Roy The Mass schedule of Pahokee is
[ '
}; Mrs. Sam Young and children left i was enjoyed. I Alston, (Jlrs.V.. H. Lanier, Miss 10:30 every Sunday, excepting the
I Mae Palmer, Mrs'. C. E. Nail 1\Irs.1 last Sunday of the month when
,
the meeting
Monday to spend the summer with, II Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kolstad and Attending were Mrs.iBroadfoot I
' .. relatives in Diesville, Tenn. I(I Kim Kolstad were guests of friends Mrs. Nelson, Mrs. W. R.j iH. H. Turner, Mrs. T. B. Shel- Mass is at eight o'clock. The pub-

.:. I I on a week-end fishing trip in the Broaderick, Mrs. E. M. Cornette, ley, Mrs. R. C. Wilson and Mrs. lic, regardless of religious belief,

.: :, ... Mrs. C._ H. Settle and Mrs.' D.I I Gulf off Fort Myers. Mr. and Mrs.:I II Mrs. Glen Etherton, Mrs. Leslie Mil- Schroeder. ,is always welcome in this church.

:. C. Settle of Moore Haven were I(I Kolstad landed' one tarpon each i iI ler, Mrs. C. Nelson, Mrs. C. W. r --------- -

visiting here -Thursday..' I j I I I during the week-end.- II III M.Simmons C. Vowell, Mrs., Mrs.Fred Clarence Topper Krueger Mrs.- p 9! ID rn il ll!I!!i11 II i llillrn i !II al I I ll >i OOI!l f m I III lml!il W!f I FOR SALE: 10 to 100 acres good
cane and land.
't. vegetable One-
Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Bolton and II!i Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Berner, Bobby -i Mrs. G. E. Wenzloff, Mrs. W. WITH THE
fourth
sons are visiting relatives in Geor-l and Carline Berner and _Jo Ann H. Warren, Mrs. H. Walker, Mrs. mile from cane hoist in

1 v..V gia for a few weeks. I I Crouch, accompanied by Mr. and V. C. Woodward, Mrs. Arch Hodgesand Churches Section 13, Township 44, Range

I Mrs. R. W. Slade of Fort Myers Mrs. W. J. Robison who be- if m 35. Terms can be; arranged. S.
Bob Patterson left this week to :I at Fort Beach came a new member of the society
spent| a day Myers L B. McDowell, Pahokee, Fla. 4tj16
.attend the summer session at the!I recently. and a visitor, Mrs Fred Cato. ii i 11111I im II I 1111 !!OO lil! !! OOI BI !I Ilml iI!! !II!iilmm! Jid

University of Florida at Gainesville. .

>,' .", G. H. Small and Miss Marcia HERBERTSON-HILLEN NUPTIALS COMMUNITY CHURCH
.-' '". ;- Mr. and Mrs. Dave Coker of Avant left Monday to join Mrs. I SOLEMNIZED IN CHARLESTON Royal Palm Avenue j. rva. COUSECounselor

:r ,"" Okeechobee visited friends in Small in Atlanta for a trip to the I I Forest C. Taylor, Minister:

:,":; Clewiston Sunday., New York's World's Fair. Mrs. Of interest to the many friendsof and Attorney at Law
Small has been visiting relatives in I David S. Herbertson here is Sunday school every Sunday at

t:, Mrs.: Maud Hare is leaving this Atlanta for two weeks., the announcement'of his marriage 9:45, B. C. Flaniken, Supt. Hopkins Building

week-end for a visit with her 'par- on Monday evening, June 12 at Morning worship and sermon Wednesdays and Saturdays

ents in Rock Hill, S. C. Rev. and Mrs. Forest C. Taylor 8:30: o'clock in the St., Paul Lutheran next Sunday at eleven o'clock.

; ., I had as dinner guests Tuesday even- Church of Charleston, S. C., to Christian Endeavor meeting every 0:30 to 4:00Consida

Mrs. Luther Mobley, Mrs. Leland I ing Dr. and Mrs. D. M. Draughnand Miss Helen Kathleen Hillen, daughter Monday evening at seven.

', i'' t Pearce and Mrs. Dora Humphreysof I daughter, Mary Ann of Moore of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Reed Choir rehearsal every Thursday
Okeechobee 'were visitors iuClewlston Haven and Rev. Alexander Linn I Hillen of that city. evenin gin the church.

5'. "'J /':. Wednesday. and daughter, Jane, of Fort Myers.) Mr. Herbertson has been con- The public is cordially invitedto

'r"' nected with the U. S. Engineersin worship in the Clewiston Com- 1
". Mrs. A. O. Ward and daughter,I Jimmy Holland, son of Mr. and Clewiston for the past year. His munity Church.

Grace, will return tomorrow from Mis. I. R. Holland, who was oper- home is in Jacksonville. V. Cor-
a visit with relatives in Jackson I ated on for appendicitis at the
FIRST
{ : nelison, also from, the U. S. Engineer BAPTIST CHURCH
; ville, Madison and Live Oak. Everglades Memorial Hospital in office accompanied him to Corner Ventura and Central Avenue

t' :. I Pahokee several days ago, is reported -.Charleston and acted as best: man "The Friendly Church"
: 11rs.Vard Roberts and childrenof to be recuperating. ''nicely. I at the ceremony. Marshall Mines, pastor. r 0
Moore Haven are spending the'!

TI week here with Mrs. Roberts' sister -|I Mr. and Mrs. Mack Peak and l Services Sunday:
I to points in Virginia and Washington every
,,Mrs. Roy Alston. I baby of Bradenton are visiting Mr. .
:I ,,' D. C;,' the young couple Sunday school. 9:45 a.' m., B. E.
--- I and Mrs. W. W. Perry, for a cou- Herring, Supt.Morning .
will return to Clewiston to make
r- ', : Miss Runelle McGehee left !
; yes- pIe of weeks. Mr. Peak is substi- worship 11:00. Sermonby
their home the latter part of next -
terday for Monte Verde, near Orlando -\ tuting at the A. C. L. office dur- the pastor.B. .

., ;* where she is spending sev- ing the vacation of S. W. Myers. week. Y. P. U. 7:00 p. m., A. H.

eral, weeks in a girls camp. EVERGLADES YOUNG PEOPLE King, director; Mrs. Herman Davis, thAnks
,' Owen Winn left this week for associate.
'.: Harriet and Carol Alston vis- ASSOCIATION' TUESDAY J JI
are, Texas. He is driving through witha I
Evening preaching at 8 \ ;
p. m. home is real
I"\wning own
:, ," '" iting their grandmother, Mrs. J. truck owned by Buster Trimble, I Sermon by the V your
pastor.
.,, .. ,' Willingham in Moore Haven this the aviator, who is flying first to I The 'Everglades Young People's: economy f because you save; the
Midweek service every Wednesday 'landlord's '
< profit. Any family needing -
week. the New York World's Fair, before Association, composed of the organizations -
: :' of in eachof evening at 8 p. m. ; a home will do well to look at i
joining Owen in Texas. young people W.I.: S. each 2nd and 4th selection of homes and I
Mr. and Mrs. E., Hackelt:, sr., of the churches about the Lake, our buy |
Tuesday at 3:30 at the church, Mis. before real estate values increase
(' ., ; Brunswick, Ga., arrived Monday Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Prewitt are held its monthly meeting here Tues- A. R., Broadfoot
president. further. We will !' 1
: I; for aisit, with their son, A. L. taking their son, Billy, to Miami day night at the Community Church Sunday school teachers and of- Attain debt-free gladly help of you
Hackett. and family. this afternoon. Billy will take a with Rev. Alexander Linn, popular ownership your
home thru. payments like; rent.
zr' 1q.. 'j. boat there for Cuba and spend Presbyterian missionary worker
'
.I" Mrs. Ben Reed 'left Monday for I {he next two months with his from Fort .Myers as the guest speaker. -
'
: ., her home in Live Oak after visiting;grandparents. Clewiston Federal

',' i. her sister, Mrs. J., F. Curry and Rev. Linn's colored slides were

,.;J:,,'!,' / ,'.'''. Mr. Curry for several days. Mrs. G. R. Hatch and childrenof of beauty spots in the Everglades, ... Savings and Loan

'.' : .' Fort Myers moved to Clewiston of native birds, and of Seminole
> Miss Betty Spicer is spending this Monday, joining Mr. Hatch, who Indians on their reservations. Dur- AssociationCLEWISTON
. ; : ., week in Daytona Beach, where she _
': has been employed here for the ing the showing of the slides Mrs.J.
\ ; is attending a Kappa Alpha Theta part few months. The, family has H. Doty played "Indian Love I

" '- / .J house party.. taken a house on the government Call", and Miss Kathryn' Graham
,", 4:',,:', ',' I
:,, reservation. sang the words. Later "Spring
:.., .:' Mrs. George Sparks is leaving .
\ this week-end to join Mr. Sparks
ri )I . . . . . . . . . : . . . .tl
; at their future home in Jacksonville .
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1 1

):, Mr. and Mrs. C. Nelson, Mrs. O. X :. :
.t" ''', C. Landon and Leonard Moore left :

.., yesterday for a vacation. They are 60LF
y .\ at present visiting ill Mobile. I For Fall Crops !I Ii

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0 'n C. V. Parkinson returned Tuesday COURSE : I
from a five day fishing cruise in
the Gulf of Mexico near Tampa. He ,
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i :
"\
:
accompanied a party of friends

+. from Tampa. 1 ..
3 ,

.", Miss Jean Patterson- .is a patient' :!: This office will have available for lease ::: .
:
in Good Samaritan Hohpital in

West remaining Palm under Beach medical, where supervision she is- :: 1939-40 season, several thousand acres ::

<> for a probable eye operation.Rev. Y


and Mrs. F. C. Taylor were :.::. Liberty Point area, mostly new lands, ':.:.: Open to the Public

: recent visitors in Orlando where

\t.r' "' they were guests of Mrs. Taylor's :;::: under best water control in Lake area. :: ,
sister, Mrs. N. P. Claybaugh and .
:
Mr. Claybaugh, "SI

." :, :: Advise selection before July 1. :I: .
Mr. and Mrs. Menohr of Lake ;
Y' ,
: :' Worth, were in Clewiston .this week .to .:. .
,.:1 and visited their friends, the Rev E
and Mrs. F. C. Taylor at the Community -

'.; '. Church manse.
.--- II I..:_ Moderate Green Fees _:
Dr. and Mrs O. F. Schiffli and I J. E. BEARDSLEY

"., sons, Nick, Dick and Johnnie, left Exceptional Fairways =:
yesterday for Highlands, North Car- f
.
olina. Mrs. Schiffli and the boys _:
Interesting GreensIl .
'(' will spend the summer at their home :: Real Estate Hopkins Bldg. :: .
'there, and Dr. Schiffli will ,stay a
short. while before returning to "to.t. ii .

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A man, evidently a stranger in

Chicago, stopped a youth hurrying
By ELINOR MAXWELL along Michigan avenue.

"Young man," he said, "I wantto
go to Lincoln park."
O ARCADIA HOUSE PUBLICATIONS-WNU SERVICE
The young man seemed lost in
thought for a moment, then he

CHAPTER XII-Continued she began, that feeling of inferiority I usual crushed package of cigarettes, I "1 am rather excited," Mary con- replied, "Well, you may go just
-12- which the woman's voice always inspired i and offered Mary one. fessed, and cut into her steak. this once. But" you must never
Lelia took the yellow slip from in her now flooding through I "No," she replied. "I can't smoke "So am I." ask me again!

Mary's hand, and read Balianci's her mind, "this is Mary Loring. and think right now; and 1 gathered "You?"
whatI I-would it be possible-for from letter that wanted Phil Political plums are not raised
me
farewell to arms. "It's just May your you to grinned at her. "Becausemy
expected would happen," she com- to talk to Mr. Buchanan for a moment give me a proper call-down today." first glowing opinion of your from seed. They are sometimesthe
mented, "after the little talk he andI ?" Buchanan regarded her with ability hasn't had to be thrown into result of clever grafting.AN .

had last night." It was, apparently, not difficult, amused eyes. "Yes, I do." the heap of lost hopes. When your
"Little talk? When? Where?" after all, for within a very brief "Well, go ahead! I'm prepared for first story came in, I went about HEIR?
Lelia told Mary of the previous moment, Phil Buchanan's voice the worst! The stuff I've been hand- telling everybody in the office I'd
night's conversation. said, "Hello, Mary Loring! How are ing in is tripe. You're disappointedin made a find; but, later, when I ,.-
Mary was silent for a second; you?" me and ,. ." read 'Their Son' and ''Concerning _;
then in a low voice, "I was terribly "I'm all right," Mary replied, her "Yes, I'm disappointed in you, but Anne,' I was a little stymied, as
depressed last night, Lelia. Jerome self-possession having returned. 1 still have enough faith in your you would say. I thought I'd fallen
Taylor had just asked me to go to "How's Oscar?" ability to want you to keep on try- down as a hunting dog in search of
Florida with him, and I was so "Oscar's swell now. All his heaves ing. Listen-those last two stories rare game. Now, I believe I'm aboutto a
shocked, so stunned by it all, that have left him. Did you get my were-trash! You've fallen down be'vindicated.." ,
when I came home and found Bali- note? Are you lunching with me terribly since you did 'At Sea.' In Mary smiled at him. "Your lik-

anci here ." Saturday?" fact, it's hard to believe the same ing my outline's made me forget M1A

"Oh, Mary! I tried to tell you "Yes I ." person wrote 'Their Son' and 'Concerning everything else in the world! I'm "I just love this ozone."
about Taylor, too! He's been noth- "All 'right. That's fine. I'll be I Anne.' What's the matter, going to get busy on. it the minuteI "Guess haven't'met him. Has
ing but a roue all of his life!U'' waiting for you at the Brevoort at ; Mary? Been too busy running reach home." he got money?"

Mary leaned back against her pillow one." I around New York? You know, you
her eyes closed. "I've beenan And without the formality of a can't be a socialite and,an author at .- CHAPTER XIII Different Effect

awful fool, Lelia," she confessed. good-by, he hung up. : the same time." "I've altered your medicine this

"Yes, darling, you have," Lelia Mary regarded, for an instant, the Mary looked down at the table, Mary wrote all that evening, and week, Tommy," said the doctor.
agreed unflatteringly. "I wouldn't telephone instrument still clutchedin the dark curtain of her eyelashes far into the morning. Now freed of "It's tablets, not pills." '

mention any of this to Linnie. We're her hand; then, ,with a smile hiding the tears that were near the the loathsome complex that she "But I want pills," complained
sailing day after tomorrow. There'sno placed it slowly on its hook. "Well," surface. "I hate him," she was must marry somebody, now spurredon Tommy.

need for her to be told. And she told herself, "he certainly thinking, stung by his words, yet to new literary ambitions by Phil "Why, there's no difference."
now you'll be able to settle down to doesn't waste words! Maybe that's maybe he's right. Maybe he's try- lip Buchanan's 'approval of her out- "Have you tried blowing tablets
writing." because he has to pay five cents ing to help me!" Aloud, she said, line, and temporarily relieved of through a pea-shooter?"
"Oh, I wouldn't think of telling apiece for them when he buys "Perhaps ,I'll be able to do better financial worries, she had startedher ?

Aunt Linnie-ever! But, Lelia, I'm them!I" work now. I'm to have Aunt Linnie's novel with a light heart and a
afraid my writing's gone on the I apartment while she and Lelia are clear head. Phil Buchanan had given -
rocks. I'm just no good at it, that's Aunt Linnie and Lelia were being on the cruise, and I shan't be going her any number of valuable sug. CHilLS AND
all." speeded on their way. A noisy crowd out at all." gestions; she remembered them all,

"Don't say that, Mary. Nobody had come to the boat to see them "Well, that ought to help," Buchanan and put them into execution.
could write under the conditions that off, and cocktails were being drunk; replied dryly. "Have you Situation after situation presented' .
FEVER
have been smothering you for the hasty kisses exchanged. Their state- written anything since I last saw itself, and satisfactorily worked out.
with the double beds and
past two months. Wait till Linnie room, yelAunt you?" Word after word. Page after page.

and I sail. You'll have the apart- She raised her eyes to him. "I "Storm on the Mountain" was com Relieve Malaria Misery With
ment to yourself then, darling; and '1 rr haven't exactly written anything," ing to life!
!
Treatment
you won't be seeing any more of she finally said, "but I've formed an Physically exhausted, yet mentally This Proven

Balianci and Jerome Taylor." 4 idea for a new story, and I've typed elated to an almost abnormal Don't go through the usual suffer-
"Maybe you're right, Lelia. Maybe 0 the outline." degree, Mary glanced at the chromium ing. Relieve Malaria chills and feverin

this is my chance to-to do my, "Got it with you? Here's Ben and blue timepiece on the man quick time.
stuff! In fact, I was working up a with our shrimps." tel. It was three o'clock in the morn Take good old Grove's Tasteless
Chill Tonic! This is no newfangledor
plot while lying here waiting for "Yes, I have it here in my purse. ing. "Perhaps I'd better stop," she untried preparation. It's a recog-
you to wake up." I thought perhaps you-that you told herself. "Mr. Buchanan said not nized medicine.

might ." to write too long at a stretch in Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic con-
Within an hour after she and Le- Mary took the two typed pages the beginning, or my thoughts would tains tasteless quinidine and iron. It

lia had finished breakfast, Mary had from her purse, and,silently handed go, sluggish on me. And I've beenat quickly and fever.relieves It also the tends Malarial to build chills you
written her father a letter, secureda them to him. He unfolded the it since eight o'clock last night!" up.That's the double effect you want.

money-order, and posted them 'to- sheets, and, with a shrimp poisedin She piled her typed sheets together The very next time you feel an
gether to Hawkinsville. mid-air, hurriedly began to scan in numerical succession, covered attack of Malarial chills and fever
Judge and Mrs. Byfield were giv- 1 them. her typewriter, and turned out the coming on, go right to your drug
store and bottle of Grove'sTasteless
get a
ing a farewell lunch for Aunt Linnieat Several minutes of silence followed lights. Everything could be left justas Chill Tonic. Start taking

one, but there were several hoursto ; then Phil Buchanan looked it was, ready for work on the the medicine immediately and you
spend between now and then, and across the table at her. "You have coming day. will soon get the relief you want.AlldrugstoressellGrove'sTasteless.

Mary decided to walk to Central something there, Mary," he said
Park, sit on a bench, and make a quietly. 'You've really found your- The next few days flew swiftly by, Chill Tonic.Buy the large sizegivesyou
much for
mental outline of the plot which had self. That's an excellent plothuman undisturbed by outside interests, the more your money.

conceived itself in her mind earlier realistic, different enough to apartment devoid, hour after hour,
that morning.The be fairly new." of all sound except for the taptapof Mistakes Make Humble

air was brisk, and a mid- "You really think it'll make a Mary's typewriter. Then, on The best of men and the most
March sun shone valiantly throughthe good story?" Wednesday morning, came a tele- earnest workers will make enoughof

clouds. Invigorated by her walk, "Not a good short story. Not a phone call from Phillip Buchanan. mistakes to keep them humble.
happy beyond words to have sent story for The National Weekly. But "Thought I'd call up and see how Thank God for mistakes and take
her father a money-order of such material for a novel." you're getting on with 'Storm on the I courage. Don't give up on account -

substantial proportions, relieved Linnie and Lelia were befog "Oh," Mary replied, crestfallen."I Mountain,' he said without pre- I of mistakes.Moody.For .
though humiliated by the outcomeof speeded on their way. supposed it was too involved fora amble.

last night's happenings, she soon short short, but I'd hoped it'd "Oh, hello, Mr. Buchanan," Mary quick relief always
found a ,bench on a quiet path in low silk curtains bedecking the portholes please you sufficiently to ." returned. "Why, I believe it's going use this accurate aspirin.
the park, and sat down to think. was filled to capacity with along fairly well. I've finished Mascuhr 1 Q.d. V 1L.
"It Buchanan
pleases me enormously, -
,"Imitation of an author creating a flowers and books, boxes of candy four chapters." Aches i3 a..Uosep.l1.
,
broke in. "It's stuff
plot; she told herself sarcastically; and baskets of fruit. but serials-and great "What? Really? Well, I'd call that GENUINE PURE ASPIRIN
we never publish
but, nevertheless, found that a story Lelia, looking swank in a jauntyhat that's what this should develop into. swell! I'd like to read them."
was actually brewing, in her mind. of dark blue and suit of blue to "Would you-honestly?" Aid in Silence
After that book After
publication.
Finally, so enthralled by its intrica- match, pulled Mary to one side. that, Hollywood, production, perhaps.You "Yes, I want to see if you've intro- When you have nothing to say,
cies and wishing to set down nothing weak defense
its Three incomparable orchids,perched say ; a
characters
know there far duced properly,
big- your
Mary, are
situations in black and white, she gaily on one lapel of her jacket. ger opportunities for this tale than and if you're bringing out the high I strengthens your opponent, and silence -
extracted a pencil from her she "I : is less injurious than a weak '
purse, "Mary, whispered, simply mere publication in The National spots of those opening chapters with
and began making notes on the cov- must tell someone! Jim sent these reply.-Colton.
i iA
force that should. Are
Weekly. Now, if your style of writ- the you you
ering of package of face "
a
powdershe orchids to She
me was dewyeyedwith
? Will
tonight
the doing anything you
ing just measures up to grand
had
just
bought.
excitement; lovelier than Mary have dinner with me, and go over
plot you've conceived, you'll have a
When Mary hastily glanced at her had ever seen her. afterwards?" %("wjderful aid for bolls
watch it was a quarter past twelve! Aunt Linnie caught Mary in her sure-fire hit on your hands. the chapters A where a drawing agent
"But won't it take me to Mary hesitated. "Go over the is indicated. Soothing .
The morning had flown by as if ages
on embrace. "Good-by, Mary, my dear chapters?" But where? She couldn'tread p and comforting.Fine for
write novel?
wings. She leapt from the bench a full-length Mary
Little girl. Have a good time, dar- them to him in a restaurant! I children and grown-ups.
and started swiftly towards Aunt ling, and write your silly little head asked, thinking of the allimportantmatter Practical. Economical.Habit .
Aunt Linnie's
he
Did mean apart-
of time-of
working against
Linnie's.apartment, eight blocks completely off if like. But
you remember -
his ? And would her
away. She must dress and be at the my dear, Aunt Linnie still making money in a hurry. ment or own e
Yet this
? New
mother approve was
Colony by one. "Not necessarily, Buchanan re-
thinks you're far, far too pretty to
York, not Hawkinsville, and it wouldbe
The luncheon lasted, as might get yourself in a dither about plots." plied. "Your outline having been
and to
have been expected, until half past created will facilitate matters; and silly provincial go "prissy" of Immortal I k

three. Mary sat grudgingly throughit Phil Buchanan was sitting at a you say your aunt and Lelia Orms- on this man who usually actedas To ,think of today's work! : as a
all. She was impatient to be table near a glass door in the Bre- by have flitted to the South and if"he positively disliked her. part of the infinite work is an immortal's -
she "I'd like
off, to get to work; but she, AuntLinnie's voort cafe when Mary arrived.He you'll have the apartment to your- "Yes, finally replied, habit.-Edward Everett
with
dinner and
to have you tonight,
Hale.
niece, of all people, could saw her, looking very spring- self for several weeks. it's of to want to help
not be the first to make a move. like and smart in her green wool Mary nodded. "At least four. generous with the novel.you"
Finally, by mutual consent the Maybe longer. They're thinking of me
par- suit, as she approached his table. "All right," Buchanan replied.
ty came to an end. "Hello there," he ,said, rising from leaving the ship at Jamaica, if "I'll tell Spike to scare some-
Mary, having made her proper his chair as if the action were some- they find they like it awfully well, for to eat and up I'll %UOs
thing us drop s
adieux all around, started toward thing of an effort. "You're late. I and staying there a while." "
for at
around seven.
%
you
the apartment on foot. She felt thought you'd stood me up, or what- "Well, even four weeks is a lot of And as usual, he hung up withoutthe son LAAGf t +SV ,
dulled from having eaten so much ever the expression is. Sit down. time, if you'll only make the best formality of a, goodby.TO Awd1St.LU
food in the middle of the day, and And what'll you have to drink? I've of it," Phil said, looking ridiculously BE CONTINUED q tRy Atw.u
she wanted exercise in the fresh air just meandered through three high- serious, businesslike and boyish all ( ) 5"'' ..
to put her mind back on a working balls." at once. "Make up your mind to cut sup r
basis. "Nothing, thank you," Mary returned out the frivolity. Go to bed early Frogs Make Long' Hops 1 Itutgs %" leSSedRP.l ,

Once home, she took a shower, sitting down. "I had to gol- Get up early. Stick to your type- Any ordinary frog can hop 18
and slipped into her woolly bath- lop up an 'old fashioned' while bidding writer at least six hours a day, and inches, but it takes a trained jumperto 1
robe. "I believe I'll call up Mr. my aunt and Lelia bon voyage. forget New York's a swell town in do better than 10 feet. For some
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the icy water from the shower noon, and, naturally, quite a party "Maybe I can do' it!" Mary exclaimed than those of Europe, says the
poured over her body. "He's willing was held in honor of their depar- too excited to eat. "May Washington Post. Usual training
to see me again and talk over my ture. Then, everybody seemed to be I really can do it!" methods are simply to make croakers II
so-called literary work, and now ,think we ought to wave to them till "And maybe Aunt Linnie'll decideto jump frequently, develop their II NEW IDEAS
that a plot is actually percolating they'd practically disappeared from lengthen her stay in the West In- hind legs. But they are tempera-
through mind it be Buchanan offered "If mental, often refuse to perform ina
my might best view. That's why I'm late. dies! lazily. ADVERTISEMENTS are your guide
to accept that luncheon invitationfor Phil grinned at her. "All right, she does, well-so much the better! contest. An old one, the sport They bring youtoday's
Saturday." Miss Mary Loring. All is forgiven. You haven't touched your food, was especially popular in early the clothes NEWS about the And food the you eat and ::,t1

Ten minutes later, she was on the Now let's order some food. I haven't Mary. Go on and eat! Don't ever, Western mining camps. Prospectorsoften find out about you these wear.new things place is right to
telephone, Miss Hickenlooper at the had nourishment for, hours." no matter what happens, let genius, wagered thousands of dollarson in this newspaper.
other end. "Miss Hickenlooper" Their order given, Phil got out his spoil your appetite! a single leap.



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.',\ 1 EIGHT THE CLEWISTOtf: NEWS FRIDAY, JUNE :J6, 1989

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'I made application as a chaplain in "The Voice of Florida", which a position to begin a. real programof
Clewiston Nine Win I the regular army. He expects to has never been very loud or impres- long
range highway planning, ,.,
I leave Clewi&ton: about the first of sive, will probably be taken over :
free to spend the where it
July. by private interests. : that will give money
PaJhoKee 2Clewiston's
From 6 is really needed rather than tossed
= A pulpit committee composed of: listeners better programs, main-

II B. E. Herring, A. H. King, V. C. tain superior' service, and providethe away in great gobs on unnecessaryand

Woodward, Mrs. E. alt. Cornette University 'and the state with unimportant construction in
baseball nine found
Play opens at 1:30.League and Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot has been more and better: publicity at a pro-
its batting eye in the eighth Inning sections already amply provided for.
Standings j{ named to locate a pastor to succeed fit, instead of. a loss, to the tax-
of Sunday's game with PahoIcee Clewiston ........................ 29.5 : Rev. Mines. payers. Intelligent construction and main-

here and combined some tim?- Pahokee ....._.........__........... 22.5 i j I Even if leased to experienced and tenance of main arteries is far more

ly hitting with a couple of nice Belle Glade .................:.... 20 i'I'M. D. Bledsoe Is capable radio men at a dollar a important to the state as a whole
breaks to push over five runs ti) .
; year, it would still represent a savIng and will bring greater benefits to

win 6-2. from Pahokee by: a score of, Herring Is Speaker ]i Building New Home to the taxpayers of '$50,000 or all counties in making travel to

i, more, and the state should have no and through our state safer and
vAvant pitched 'a nice game for: At Kiwanis Meeting.. -- trouble at all in finding a lessee. more convenient for tourists. and

Clewiston giving up a total of only I I M. D. Bledsoe has begun the construction Now the road department is inI homefolks alike.

four safe hits but poor fielding I of a' new six-room home I
gave Pahokee two runs in the 1 I ------------ - - -
Members of the Kiwanis Club i adjoining his present home on ven-
third inning to put them out in enjoyed a splendid talk by B. E. I itura Street and is expected to be

front by a score of 2-1. The count Herrin at the regular meeting''ready for occupancy in about three .

continued the same until the eighth Wednesday night in which he de-! weeks. J. D. Ricks is in charge of 'IIIIJIII

when Clewiston's batters fell upon scribed the meeting of the Flor-I construction. \40M11fW
the offerings of Pete Barden for ida Educational Association in Tampa I IRFoGrRpp
1 body is 24
The of the house feet
the five run rally.A in March and highlights of talks
by 36 feet and an eight foot ex- t
feature of this game was a I I made by guest speakers at the .meeting -, tension to the living room makes e LL Zoq

fluke home run by Bill .
the front.
I the width 32 feet across
Clewiston catcher, who HOOkS'1 Mr. Herring stated that the Tam-I Three bedrooms and bath will be I 1 ,

hard liner down the first pa meeting was the largest ever: provided on the east side of the i ,lK 5'l \

and the right fielder stood and held and that 6,700 teachers were 'house and the living room, dining -

watched the ball, thinking it wasa registered in addition to several room and kitchen on the west
foul, until Hooks had roundedall :'i
hundred others who attended and ;side. The front bedroom opens into 111
of the bases and scored one man failed to register. Sixty counties of]!! the living room and the two ..

ahead of him. the sixty-seven in the state have j i i back bedrooms are connected by a

The game with Pahokee was the I a hundred per cent membership, I hall which runs in front of the oblivic'n

final home game of the first half he said, and only seventy-seven' bath. !

for Clewiston. teachers in the state are not mem! The foundation is of concrete, sid-

On Thursday afternoon the team bers. ing and roof will be of asbestos- With Our Direct-Reduction Home
went to Lake Worth and were severely and the interior
An important program of cur- cement shingles I
Plan each monthly
trounced by the Lake Worth ricular development was planned in will be finished in plywood. Esti- Loan payment

Ramblers by a score of 7-1 puttingthe which the entire! faculty of six high mated cost .is $2,500. cancels a portion of the loan. That
Ramblers into a tie with the I' pNLTt"L"N "
schools will meet in Gainesville this ": interest
local team for third place in the summer to work out the details.' Clewiston Realty Corp. Eq1H part is gone-- you pay no
South Florida League standings. itand flat much near ).
From their work and study two MolaECS on you are

Brady, Lake Worth moundsman, text books will be prepared, one Sells Several City LotsThe rpuc' er debt-free home ownership. Ask

...gave up only five hits, one 'of which for teachers, the other for parentsand l'0Pl
was a. double by Moore in the citizens. i Noma and you shall receive further good

third. He scored later on the left- The theme of the meeting was I Clewiston Realty and Development news about: our home loan plan.
fielder's error for Clewiston's lone "Education and Democracy" and he Corporation announcesthe i

tally. discussed a talk made by Dr. My sale of several pieces of, improved -

Forbes, on the mound for Clswis-: ers, well-known author and press property within the city

ton struck out fifteen Lake Worth correspondent, which he said was recently. Clewiston Federal

batters and allowed only seven hits the most interesting talk he heard, Frank Smith purchased lot 6 Savingsand

but ragged support by his team- on the subject "Education in a in block 363 on Ventura Street

mates made his fine performance Changing World". In addition to with a four room house. It is un- Loan Association

ineffective. A hit and an error gave his talk on this theme he digressedto derstood that this house will be f'

Lake Worth one run in the first explain the methods used by occupied by G. M. Ford and family.A. .

and three errors and one hit allowed President Roosevelt in giving press A. Dobbins has purchasedlots

them to add three more runsin conferences, many of which he had i 34 and 3 in block 360 on

the third. Four hits in the sev- been privileged to attend. Mr. Her- Atlantic Avenue and H. G. Walker NOTICE : :
"
enth gave theju their final three ring had taken notes on this talk purchased lots 16 and '17 in ; \

runs, two of the hits being doubles. and was able to present the highlights block 360 on Bond Street. Both

in a most interesting man- these pieces contain four-room

Local Team Increases ner. houses. Notice is hereby given that the following described lands, or so much
;( Following Mr. Herring's talk J. I thereof as will be necessary to pay the amount due for SUG RLANDDRAINAGE

Golf LeadThe E. Beardsley of the Public Affairs DISTRICT TAXES for the yc'ars of 1937 and 1938 herein set
Tourney Mrs. Julian Bussell '
Committee called attention to the opposite to the same, together with the cost of such sale and advertising,
new city building code which is will be sold at public auction on the third day of July A. D. 1939, at the phour
New Phone OperatorMrs. of 12 o'clock noon, at the courthouse: door, in the City of LaBelle,
Clewiston Golf Team of the now being. prepared.
County of Hendry, and State. of Florida.DESCItII'TIO .
Everglades Golf Association, after I f

last week sitting in first place bya Paul, Bussey Building I Julian Bussell of LaBelle

scant' 1 1-2 points margin, in- I I has taken over the management of

creased its first place lead by an I j Two New Homes the Clewiston telephone exchange
even 7 points in the Association'sthird .
replacing Mrs. Maud Hare and Miss
meet of the season at the Dorothy Hare who have been in \ Amount:
Clewiston Golf Club Sunday. Clew- Paul local :. OWNER of Taxes
Bussey, building con charge for many years. The change -
And Coat
or IVAND ;
iston, scoring 13 points for the tractor began construction the was effective this week and Mrs. g r n ; ,:

day to Pahokee's 9, and Belle I first of this week on two Bussell has already taken over the ,J :i< -. '\ I <

Glade's 5, grabbed off 3-point slams j)i new residences, one for Mrs. I' position.Mrs. > ?, 5

in three of its matches, while :: Josephine Knight and the other for Hare has been the only

scoring two points in another ando I:1 Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Wilson. The two I change manager since the eX-I

e point each in the remaining:I homes will be of similar service here All Frac ___..__...__._._ ._ 1 43 32 19 Tax Delinquent ____..._.._$ 16.12
two tion of telephone All Frac ___..__.___.__.__ 2 43 .32 29 Tax Delinquent ____...___ 24.90
flights. ;tion! and will be located in construc-I I 1929. For several years she has All Frac _..: .._._.___._.__:" 3 43 32 5 Tax Delinquent ____.,.._.__.._ 4.7-1
"Pahokee moved up into second: :I block. been her ,daughter Miss All I'rae _..__._.-...._._.._.__.. 4 43 32 13 Tax Delinquent .__?_..__._ 10.95'
place by virtue of !I assisted by All Frac _.___________.___ 5 43 32 5tj, Tax' Delinquent ...'-__.______ 47.70
one slam and i Mrs. Knight's home will be located Dorothy Hare and Mrs. Lucille All li'rac N and E of State

scoring: two points in three other I in Lot 7, Block 169 at the cornier -( Weaver.: Her plans for the future Highway ........___............_...._._.. G 43 3 40 Tax Delinquent _.....__...._.__.._. 34.3:
All Nand' E of State
matches, while Belle Glade was 'I of Arcade and Date Streets and have not been made. Highway .........._...._.._..___... 7 43 32 59 Tax Delinquent .,.....__._...__.. 50..8..
suffering a bad day with a' slam ,'. just across the street from the I I Mrs. Bussell was 'manager of the All Nand E of State
in one match and i[ Highway ,__....__...___.._____ 8 43 32 418 Tax Delinquent _______.__._...352.23
a single point !inew Dean King residence. It will i Moore Haven exchange several All Frac _._.:..___.__.___.... 9 43 32 583 Tax Delinquent ____._..-:......490.09
in two others, half their entries'Abe 26 feet by 40 feet and will She has not yet named All Frac __..._._._._._._____ 10 43 32 579 Tax Delinquent __.___..487.07
failing to register. years ago. All __..__.........:...__..._.._.._ 11 43 32 618 Tax Delinquent ___..___..__..519.78 '
face on Date Street. An eight foot her assistants. All ,except Nl" or NW% 12 43 32 582 Tax Delinquent _____.___489.04
Emmett Shelley, No. 1 Clewis- screen porch will be added on the N 14 of ,NW1t ::.__.___._..._. 12 43 ;132 39 Tax Delinquent _______ 33.30
All 32 609 _.___.__.__
ton Tax Delinquent 512.:7:
entry, played the best golf of south end. The house' will have E. D. D. Met In- All ::::::.::::=::::::..:::::"f::::::: U gElh 32 597 Tax Delinquent __.___.......501.59
the day, shooting the day's low _..___.__._.._.
five rooms and bath. Cypress siding and NW% 15 43 32 448 Tax Delinquent _____.._._376.49
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gross with a 41-40-81 and All :: 2. 43 32 623 Tax Delinquent _.______.__523.82
takinga will be used on the'exterior with All ____...._....._.__.._._..__..;..__._.__ 25 43 32 623 Tax Delinquent ....._.___..__._523.82
surprisingly easy 3-point victoryover I plaster interior except the living!I! (Continued from one) All ____...._.. __._____.____._ 36 43 32 611 Tax Delinquent ____...._513.36
Belle Glade's Lou Betzner and page All l"rac _.._._____._.__ 6 43 38 13 Tax Delinquent _,.__.___.__ 11.04 .1 l
dining rooms which will be in Palm Beach county to construct a All ___.___...__...___.._..._._..._ 7 13 33 628 Tax Delinquent _.__.._.___.527.89
who was floundering around in a Western knotty pine. The roof will bridge across the West Palm Beach All __._.__...._____.___.__.._ 8 43 33 fi28 Tax Delinquent ______._._527.89
slump. The other outstanding performer be of asbestos-cement shingles.The All _____.:......:____....___ 9 43 33 628 Tax Delinquent __'_._.527.89 E
canal at and anotherto
county airport
All exc S'\V 4. ot SW 3{
proved to be Belle Glade's"Casper" Wilson home will be locatedon the State Road Department to of SE14 ; W1 of SW'sof .

VanLandingham with' thr lots 11 and 12, Block 169 on take material from the canal spoil SW14 : Elh of SE.....__?.. I 43'
day's low ot SE14 of SW'4 10 33 593 Arlpeka Farms Co. ___._...2492.26
net of 74. I I Crescent Drive midway between the bank for building approaches to this SW+ of SW1.4 of SE
Champion prize winner of WY of SW1of SWl
the Schiffli and Shelley lesidences. It 1

day was Sam Fleming of Belle 'I I will be 32 feet by 44 feet with bridge.Congressional bills excluding oC of RE SW'D',4% :of SW14 of _SE_..%__ 10 43 33 19 Tax Delinquent ____.._._.._._ 81.57
Glade, who soared to the skies with living room, dining room two bed- \Vt,2 S oC Nine Mile Canal 11 43 33 278 Tax Delinquent .____.....1167.75
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a 68-66-134-28-109 'I workers in agricultural processing Wti2! of E% of SWi _. 12 43 33 12 Alma F. Yetter ___--..__ 50.90
to win both rooms, kitchen and bath. A porte plants from provisions of the wage All ______..___.____.___. 14 43 33 610 Tax Delinquent _._____.__.2561.11
the high gross and high net prizes. !,I cochere will be constructed on the and hour bill and authorizing hab- NW1t and W3 of SW115 43 33 211 Tax Delinquent _.__.__..__ 887.98
Sam also N2 ; SW%,; Wlh ot NW14of .
out-guessed the field to I|I east: side/ of the house. The ex- ilitatiou of drainage works for im- SE14 ._______..___ IG 43 33 .167 Tax Delinquent _..____._..__.393.1-1
win a prize for guessing the day's I terior finish and roof will be of Eli of SE4 : EZ of Wlh .
low net for the field of 71. I proved land utilization were en- of SEl/ ......._...._._.._.....____..__ 16 43 33 120 Tax Delinquent _._._...___101.55 '
white asbestos-cement shingles, and dorsed. W1h of SW14 of SE1 __ .16 43 33 19 Tax Delinquent ______ 10.24
Other prize winners were Emmett I the interior will be of plaster with All _._....__.___...__.___.____ 17 43 33 610 Tax Delinquent _.___.__._._512.89
Shelley of Clewiston who The board's tax equalization All __.._..._..__.._.._._....._.....-....._.._.... 18 43 33 fil0 Tax Delinquent _._._..._.____513.35
low wen the knotty pine in the living and din meeting will be held in Miami next All ...__........_..____._.._..._...-...__ 19 43 33 631 Tax Delinquent ______.__.530.40
gross prize;. H. C. "Casper" ing rooms. The bath will be tiled. June 22. All ____.........________._.__ 20 43 33 630 Tax Delinquent _.__..._..__529.90
t Van Landingham of /Belle Glade Thursday, All ___-._...:....._____..___._. 21 43 33 626 Tax Delinquent ......._..._...___.525.S7
lo\v / The lots were sold by J. E. All except n n .n/w _.. 22 43 33 610 Tax Delinquent .___._.__._512.68
net prize; Lou Betzner, Belle Beardsley, local realtor. Mr. Bus All ._._._..._.._____.__...__.._ 23 43 33 625 Tax Delinquent ._..___.__......525.82
Glade with the day's most 4's (6)) Local Postoffice- x'1,6 .._..___.._.__...__.__ 24 43 33 30.1 Tax Delinquent ......___..._.255.51
+ and Louis ; sey expects to have both homes '\V1h _.._.___.._.___.._....___. 25 43 33 304 Tax Delinquent ........:...___.._..:...256.02
Crosby and Henry Kol- ready for occupancy in eight weeks. I All ....__....._.___._...__._........_..._... 26 43 33 625 Tax Delinquent ..._.....___.._525.82
patrick of Pahokee with the most All exc R R'11/W ._.,___._ 27 43 33 610 Tax Delinquent ._._._______.....512.68
5's and 6's (Continued From Page One) All _......_.._.._..____._:___.._ 28 43 32:: 625 Tax Delinquent __._.._.___..525.87 K
e respectively. Crosby M. C. Mines All _.____.___........___._...._..__ 29 43 33 630 Tax Delinquent ...._....____.__529.90
scoring twelve ResignsAs office will remain open at all times, __ ._. ._ ....._. .__...... ___530.40
5's and Kilpatrick All ___.._.._........_...__. _. 30 43 33 631 Tax Delinquent -
scoring nine 6's. : or at least one window, even while All _____.____.._._____._.?__ 31 43 33 r.n: Tax Delinquent -._.___.__.530.36r.30
Emmett Shelley All 32 .43 33 Tax DelInquent _.___529.90
also came in for an additional prize Baptist Minister mail is being distributed. The office All .:::::::::::::::.:.w: ::::.:.: ::::::: 33 43 33 G26 Tax Delinquent ..__.__.__..__.525.87:
for the most 3's. will be closed promptly at noon All except R', n H/\V .__ 34 43 33 610 Tax Delinquent _.._....._....._.._.512.68
All .___._....__.__._____.__ 35 43 33 :25: Tax Delinquent ____.__._._525.82
The event, a Medal Nassau in on Saturday but one clerk will re- All _.._......................_......_...._....._.._._.._ 36 43 33 (:09 Tax Delinquent ........................._.__512,09G05
twosomes, supposed to Rev. 1G.. Mines, pastor of the main on duty and it is likely that All ...._......__.._.....____._._.!...._..._..._ 1 44 33 Tax Delinquent _._......._._._._......08.65
produce low Baptist Church of Clewiston ince packages containing perishables All ._......_._.....__.__.__._...___.._....__ 2 44.33 /:15 Tax Delinquent .:.__..__...._..___516.67
scores, worked exactly the reverse may All n n TI/\V .__.. 3 4133 519 Tax Delinquent .........._..._......__..503.6fi
Sunday. Most of its .organization last year, tendered be sent out that day. There will 'All except 4 33 613 Tax Delinquent .....,............_....._._.515.16

were far off the their low handicappers business his resignation at the' regular be no window service at all on / :All All ::::=::=::::::::===::;::::::= 5 6 Hn 33 33 .610 618 Tai Tax Ol'lInqll'nt Delinquent ._...................._.........__._.._......_519.36 li12.81i

in. the higher groups I meeting of the church last Sunday. : C15 Glades Land Corp. .._._._._._i2fj.8
handicap Wednesday which was accepted with ---. :::==:::::::::-_::::._ ::.__::::::::.:::::::=::::: 32 43 1 625!i Glades Land ._....._....._.525.82
scores soared to almost unheard-of regret All ._.._._.-_..__ .._._..,__._._ 33 .13 3. fif)9 Glades Land Corp. .....__.._._._..51 .68
heights.The by.the church body. All ..____.___..:..,..__....____.___ 34 43 34 611) Glades Land Corp. ___......__._517.68
Rev. Mines is a reserve chaplain Too Late To Classify :All __.___.__......,._____.__._ 3 4. 34 605 Glades Land Corp. ....._.._..._._508.6
Association's 4th meet will in the United ... I All _.._..__._.__._..____._..:_._ 4 44 3. 605 Glades Land Corp. .........__.._.fi08.6fi
be held at the Lake Okeechobee States Army and I :All ___..._....._.........._._._.......__.._.... Ii 44 14 615 Glades Land Corp. _.........___L1G,67
Club ter a short visit with relatives af-I All _____.__.._ ____._.....__.__.... 6 44 34 615 Glades Lan Corp. ___.-L-516,67
Sunday. The 'event will be a DeLand will (Continued From Page 1) I' ,
Medal attend' the regular reserve r I. N. :MILLER.
Play Nassau in threesomes. our schools! will stay open and func-
/bummer Tax Collector,
camp. HC has also '
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