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Title: The Clewiston news
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Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: August 30, 1940
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 14; NUMBER 38 CLEWISTON FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST SO 1940 SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 PER YEAR
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DRIVERS REQUIRED REGISTRATION OF Three Day Vacation For Sugar Corporation Shows


Some On Labor DayA

TO BUY LICENSESBY ALIENS IS BEGUN Greatest Profit For .

three day vacation will be Last

enjoyed by a great many of Clew-
OCTOBER FIRSTCounty AT POSTOFFICEThe
iston's wage earners this Labor Day

and almost everyone will' have a Season In Past 3 Years

Judge V. T. Maddox registration' of long week-end holiday. ,
all aliens in
The sugar corporation is now .
has received his supply of new this country was begun on Tuesday giving office employees all day off -
driver's licenses and the necessary; of this week by the postal
on Saturday and this wil permit Truck Driver Killed Quarterly Dividends Are
application blanks and announces
A.
department and Mrs. W.
workers who get off Friday after-
that the licenses will go on sale Lawrence, in charge of the registra- I
to have vacation work
noon a until In Road 25 WreckFrank Dclared On All
'
at once. Every driver' is requiredto tion here states that seven aliens time '>Tuesday morning. The U. S.

have a new license on October 1.. have already been registered at '
I Engineers give a half day on Sat- 1 Preferred Stock
There is no change in the re- the local post-office. \
urday which will give those work- A. Ryan, driver of the

quirement for obtaining driver's'license The willingness of these aliensto ers ,two and a half days while other Jersey Maid ice cream truck from I
this from last which I
year be registered, Mrs. Lawrencesays employees of stores: in the com- West Palm Beach was fatally in- The United States Sugar corporation
first license has
the such
was year is very surprising and her munity will have Sunday and Mon- jured last Friday afternoon 'when reported to its board of direc'tors -
been in Florida. The
required observation is echoed in every part day off. his truck overturned on State Road in New York Tuesday that

license fee for ordinary passengercar of the country. All are expectedto No special observation of the dayis No. 25 near Bare' Beach and rolled earnings on the 1939-40 crop were
will be cents chauffeursand
fifty and register before December 26. planned in Clewiston but several into the road canal. the highest in three years despitea
'truck drivers will be requiredto
$1.00. No examination will All of the registrations, so far, Labor Day dances are planned in The accident occured about 1:30 severe cold period last winter.

be pay required if one has been operat- have been from negroes from the 'glades for the week-end and in the afternoon just in front of Clarence R. Bitting, president,

ing a motor vehicle for one yearor Nassau who are British subjects. many will attend these. Others the J. E. Beardsley farm and Mr. announced that the board declared

more. Many of these come into South will take advantage of the two or Beardsle'y brought the Injured man regular quarterly dividends on pre-

Florida to work in the vegetable three day holiday to visit the at once to the Clewiston hospitalfor ferred stock for the current fiscal

According to information received I fields and are particularly valuableas beaches or, to visit relatives in treatment. He died about 8:30 year, payable quarterly at the rate
from W. F. Reid, of Tallahassee, other of the
state.
parts
bean pickers. that night without regaining con- of $1.25 a share on the 15th of
director of the department of public
Each registrant is required to sciousness. October, 1940; January, April and
safety, no licenses will be issued to
fill out three different forms, the Ryan was ,on his way to Clewis- July, 1941, to holders of record
habitual drunkards and persons too I
'old and infirm to properly operate instruction and specimen form, the WALLACE MOVES TO ton from Palm Beach when the the second day of these months.No .

automobiles. fingerprint form and the alien accident occured. He hit loose sand action was taken relative to

I registration form. A number of at the edge of the pavement as he dividends on common stock. The

When there is any doubt as to questions are asked on the latter CUT SUGAR IMPORTS attempted to pass a car and lost last 'common stock dividend was 10

a'person's ability to operate an I form such as, age nationality, control. He ''was hurled clear of cents a share paid October 20, 1939.
automobile examination will be
an length of residence in the United the truck before it plunged into The corporation's ninth annual

> held by a patrolman of the state States, method of entrance into the [RAISE PRICE LEVELSIn the canal.: The truck was completely report showed earnings of 54 centsa
road patrol and the license will be
country and other questions of demolished. share of common stock and
issued if the is foundto
only person
\ routine nature. Emergency treatment was givenin $115.15 a share of preferred stock
be fully capable of, operating an No estimate has been made, so an effort to check slumping Clewiston for cerebral hemorrage, compared with 50 cents and $108.64the

automobile. far as is known, of the number of sugar prices, Secretary of Agricul- a fractured skull and a fractured preceding year.
Court records will be searchedand ture Wallace took steps Monday to
aliens to be registered in this
.
... Profits from
sugar operationswere
other reliable sources bf in- area. reduce supplies available for the arm.Ryan's home was in Lake Worth

: formation will be used in getting American market during the remainder and he was twenty-six years of dividends$1,294,891 and net. before ., '
I $846,680, compared with
a list of habitual drunkards in an of 1940. age, unmarried. Private funeral
New Doctor May $1,173,592'and $798,841 the
effort to rid the state highways of Acting under the 1936 sugar con- services were held Tuesday morningat ceding year. pre-

all possible incompetent drivers. Head Health UnitDr. trol act, the secretary set a. new Sacred Heart Catholic Church in I ;'
Cases will be investigated by the limit of 6,471,326 short tons of West Palm Beach. He is survived Long sustained sub-freezing tem-

state motor patrol.Mr. sugar which may be sold in domestic by his mother and one sister. I perature last January with a low "
of 21 degrees, the report said, cut
Reid said that nearly 700 W. Hoffman 'was in Clewiston markets this year. This was a the harvest
time from 174 days
licenses have been revoked for Wednesday 'with Dr. R. Hanschettof reduction of 136,383 tons from a More Than Four Inches
during the previous season to 135 ;
drunken driving since the law went the U. S. Public Health' Service, ,national marketing ,quota established '
days. During the last harvest
into effect last October. The state to meet Mrs. J. A.' McGehee, head I at the ,first of the year. ,Of Rain In Three Days
65,101 tons of raw sugar was produced s L
patrol has been very active in their of the Clewiston health committeeand Wallace hinted at this action ata .
from. 663,232 tons of cane.Desiifte' "'
investigation of doubtful cases, and D. G. Alston, chairman of the press ,conference: last Wednesday.He w:; ::" .fry. y ': :
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loss"of of the
,
under the lawauthority ,is grantedto board of county commissioners pointed out that the domestic The United StateavSugar,.Corporation *\

the department to restore, relative to his possible appointmentby wholesale price for raw sugar had at its townsite weather' obser- crop through unusual' weather con- ;:-

licenses to incompetent persons. Mr. the county board next week to fallen to 2.65 cents a pound, the vatory, has recorded more than ditions, however, the Earnings were :-r

Reid concluded by saying it was succeed Dr. C. W. Pease as health I lowest level since it touched that four inches of rain on three days the highest, "in:' three years. ':j&

the intention of his department to officer for the HighlandsHendryHealth same figure in 1932. \ this week, Tuesday, Wednesday and Mr. ;Bitting said the corporation #.tl

make the highways of Florida safe continues its opposition to restric- $
Unit. Dr. Pease has appliedfor Some producers had contended( Thursday but this heavy fall has j
for visitors and residents alike. tions on United,, States production ';
a transfer.Dr. that Wallace's original national not been as great as in some sec- ;

Hoffman comes to Florida quota was "excessive," and partially tions of the 'glades. of its sugar requirement and continues :IB

-, Quiz Program AtKiwanis from Michigan. He is a young responsible ,for the price set- Clewiston's heaviest rain was to protest both the federal '';,
I Wednesday afternoon when 2.03 excise tax on sugar and benefit pay
man and has a master's degree in backs. ,.
MeetingDr. Public Health. inches fell. There was 1.8 incheson ments for restricting the crop. :'j
Marketing quotas of domestic
Miss Mary Bishop will come hereon producing areas will be unaffected.The Tuesday and .64 Thursday. The corporation operates the '.r\"\

October 1 to replace Miss E. V. Heaviest rains reported were 3.5 largest agricultural enterprise in .: "
reduction will be taken from
J. WEr chairman of McCloud as county nurse. Miss Mc- inches at Moore Haven Tuesday, Florida, and during the last harvest '..>'|
import quotas of Cuba, other for- '
the Kiwanis program committee, Cloud leaves September 15 for Rich- 3:07: inches at Ritta, Thursday and season Its average hourly grind was f
,eign countries and the Philippine
arranged an interesting quiz program mond to take a public health course islands. The secretary said his 2.6 inches at Azucar Monday.A 214.8 tons.Ortona. :'J

for the weekly meeting of until January 1 as required by rising barometer this morning '
order would cut import quotas as
the Kiwanis Club at the Inn Wed- the government. During the fifteen follows: indicated that rainfall would be Locks To Be ;

nesday evening.. I I day interval before Miss Bishop's Philippine islands, duty free, less today. ,

Each member was given a slip arrival, Miss Margaret Hoxscey of from 1,003,783 to 982,441 tons; The heavy rains will delay fall Re-Opened Tuesday ,

on which the questions were written Sebring will have charge. Cuba, from 1,863,217 to 1,749,796tons planting of vegetables in a few '

and requested to put a nickel intoa ; foreign countries other than places but are early enough that .' 'I

pot before answering. The one School Board Ass'nTo Cuba, from 25,745 to 24,125 tons. not many seed are in the ground as Carawan Nelson, senior engineer ,' tat .

answering the most questions' won It left unchanged the following yet. The sugar cane is said to be the Clewiston U. S. Engineer ::>

the pot. A. W. Lawrence was the Hold MeetingC. quotas: materially helped by the rain. sub-office stated this morning that ,I,:.;
Excess rainfall for the month work at
lucky member.It the re-painting and repair
Domestic beet 1,549,898 tons
; ,
was decided that because of mainland cane, 420,167 tons; Ha- was 3.228 inches and since January the Ortona locks would be com- ../ i

the Labor Day week-end in which E. Miner, secretary of the waii 938,037 tons; Puerto Rico, 3.578 Inches. pleted and the locks re-opened for .-,11'

several dances are scheduled in State School Board Association, is 797,982 tons; Virgin islands, 8,916 I traffic through the waterway at .I'
'
the lake region, the Kiwanis dance sending out letters this week to tons. BALL GAMES WITH CANAL that time. ,11I

scheduled for tonight should be all members association POINT RAINED OUT SUNDAYThe
of the Sand-blasting of all steel ,sheet '

postponed.Nine notifying them of a meeting which BOY, SCOUTS HOLD ---" piling which had been unanticipatedand .1 I

members of the club agreedto has been called by President R.. P. COURT OF HONOR baseball games between Clew- which threatened to Increase .,i

go to Haines City next Thursday Terry of Miami. The meeting will iston and Canal Point here Sunday the time for the lock ,to be closed '; :'

... night at which time the new be held in Orlando on Sunday morn- Dick Hanna was awarded a merit afternoon were rained out in' the and caused the engineers to setup .. z

Haines City club will be given its ing, September 8 at 9:30 o'clock. badge for firemanship at a Court of third inning of the first game the date of opening would have .. :J
1-1.
charter.; The principal business to be dis- Honor held Tuesday night, at the with the score knotted scheduled with been completed much sooner had .'+
Two are
cussed at the meeting, Mr.. Miner, scout house with A. W. Lawrence games it not been for the heavy general "'

EAST COAST LEVEE CONTRACTS says, is legislation which will be heading the court, assisted by Pompano here Sunday. rains of the past week. The work, ;

WILL; BE FINISHED NEXT WEEK presented to the 1941 Legislature.In assistant scoutmaster Charles Ben- TO SERVICE I If the locks are opened on Tuesday, "i..
this will probably be the at- CALLED will still be completed in the '

The contracts of the Arundel tempted repassageof the bill, which son.The scout executive for this dis- minimum time set by the new .;r
who has been
Dredging Corporation for raising was passed by the 1939 session trict, J. A. Gaskin of Bradenton, D. S. Herbertson, of estimate September 2. :

and widening the levee across the and later vetoed by Governor Cone has been absent from the state for employed in the drafting sub-office room here, So far as is known only one boat ,r
open lake in front of Pahokee and increasing the amount, received the U. S. Engineer
by
several weeks attending National for Fort Bar was held up by the work, the tug
Canal Point are virtually completed each teacher unit of the state Guard camp at Lake Charles, La. will leave Sunday A. D. Candullette of the Gulf Coast

'. and should be finished entirely by $100. The cooperation of the gov- He was expected home the first of rancas, Pensacola Mrs.for Herbertsonwill a year'smilitary I Towing Co., Slidell, La., which has "J

; the middle of next week according ernor-elect, Spessard L. Holland, this week and will take charge of service. been docked In Moore Haven for
him. He holds a
;\. ': s to an announcement from the accompany
U. who has consistently fought for I future courts of honor unless call- commission in the past week. It continued on to ,t
" S. Engineer suboffice.The better school legislation, Is antici- ed back to camp. In the latter second lieutenant's Ortona this morning to await the I t

government dredge, Welatka, pated at the next session. event an executive will probably be ,the 13th Field Artillery. earliest possible opening. "j
will continue the work for
on approximately ,;
assigned to take his place. BASS STRINGMr.
another two months to FIRE ALARM SOUNDED NICE :e
the
Blanks to re-register troopare STONES BUILDING NEW
complete the portion of the levee ON THURSDAY NIGHT at hand and this registrationis and Mrs. George Dawson and l OUR-ROOM BUNGALOWMr. .:'
raising assigned to her.TELEPHONE .
going forward this week accord- Jack Hart of New Orleans, fishing ,,\

Fire of unknown origin in the Ing to Mr. Benson. from Johnson's CampVednesday and Mrs. J. A. Stone have :

CREW HERETO sugar mill warehouse on Thursday morning brought in a string of begun the construction of a new y

REPLACE: CABLES night of last week partially destroyed ACCIDENT VICTIMS RECOVERMax fifteen nice black bass The string four-room frame bungalow which is '\
--:- five bales of cotton padding pounds. Mr. San ::
weighed about forty located on the east side of
A line taf
crew the Intercounty before it was extinguished by em- Meluh and H. J. B. Scha n- Dawson is manager of the New Benito Street just south of the ,,:

Telephone and Telegraph Companyof ployees of the feed mill with' hand berg, who received painful burnson Orleans Hotel.. Ventura Street intersection. Mr. ,
Fort Myers is here at / \ I
this time extinguishers. the face and arms from a boiler Stone is supervising construction.
doing some 'necessary line work in The fire truck was called from back-fire at the sugar house two ALLEYS TO RE-OPEN i
frame :
will be of
The bungalow
U".ri the community to :
ease the
present but the
town fire
under
was control weeks ago today, have been discharged -
:;lt- over-loaded condition.A and J. B. Aldermanare : construction on concrete foundation .\
; when it arrived at the Jack Beach -
' sugar from the Clewiston Hospital
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:: new line has been put in from house. where they remained for treatment reconditioning their concrete with a metal
the highway to Townsite with and expect' to reopen that the house will be completed
new The fire siren has been taken and observation for more than a bowling alleys and
poles and cables throughout. This down and Is them about September 16. A In about three weeks
undergoing repair so week. After a few days of rest
line has been ,badly overloaded for the only alarm of the ,,fire was the I at their homes they will returnto machine will be brought In to grind Mr. Stone says that it is already

Bon1P time, siren f>n the fire truck" work nut all yavy spot OTl tbQ AllsY.llt rented. _

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I L All THRILLS Part!' of the Day's WorkBack I WEEKLY NEWS ANALYSIS: By Roger Shaw R



British Abandon Colony of Somaliland;

at the turn of.th'e century "Isn't It Thrilling?" teas one of the

feminine bon mots of the day. The girls were usually talking about anew Nazis Continue Air Raids on England;

hat a trip to Europe, or forthcoming wedding festivities. But in '
f R B N I I 1940 unsung heroines the length and breadth of the land are taking Trouble Looms 'Between Greece, Italy;

.thrills in their stride as part of the day's work. For instance-
Washington, D. C. House Approves Mobilization of GuardEDITOR'S

DESPERATE TIN SCARCITYIt
leaked out but after > ( NOTE-When opinion are expressed la these columns. they
hasn't yet,
are those of the news analyst and n4 necessarily of this newspaper.)
of delay, and'after facing
years be tin short- Pleased! by Western Newspaper Union ______ _____
what may a desperate

age, the state department is aboutto GREECE WILLKIE
negotiate a contract with the Bolivian itc / \\A : :

government for the purchaseof ; \ And Italy Talkie-Talkie '

half of Bolivia's tin output.
about Germany grabbed Czechoslovakia, A challenge President. Roose-
This tin ore will be shipped to the Austria, Denmark, Norway Luxem- velt to
meet him in a series of platform -
United States for refining in newly burg, Belgium, Holland and debates
t\\\\s\ \ partsof I on the issues of the
\
established tin smelters. 7 a za Poland and France. Russia 1940 campaign, highlighted the acceptance -
This is a big achievement for Bolivian grabbed Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, speech of Republican pres-

Minister Guachalla who, for and parts of Poland, Finland, and idential candidate, Wendell Willkie,

:four years, has been hammering Rumania. Italy grabbed Ethiopia, as he addressed an'Elwood, Indiana,

home at the state department the v ,f pounced on republican Spain, and crowd of between 150,000 and 200,000
idea that Bolivia has something rFo S'y'
4) ;t : swallowed Albania. persons.
which the United States needs vi- Italy was on the move again. The, G. O. P. standard bearer in-

tally. This time against Greece. Poor dorsed "selective military service"
But it by no means solves the tin Greece hadrdone nothing but' shiver (conscription) and came out for ma-

problem for the United States, forBolivia's \} ; since the war began. Its dictator, terial aid to Great Britain in thatcountry's
? :
production meets only A t.
y
struggle against Nazi Ger- \
about one-half this country's nor-
many. Willkie charged that the
mal requirements.To .
present administration had failed in
: s.
tide 'over the present tin cri- its ,program of economic rehabilitation -
sis, the national,defense commission
and has been courting war by
Miss Priscilla Kaye, ; :
of ,
contracted to buy 75,000 tons re- : } a '
dabbling in :
foreign politics.
fined tin from the Dutch and British lion tamer thinks noth ) N"* Even his sternest critics were
East Indies. This is enough to 'last ing whatever o f climbing ; forced
to admit, however, that was
for one year, but the question is, on the back of a King of Jg t" f j '- none of the "appeaser" in the man

will it ever be delivered? has : )
the Jungle she taughtto r! J 3 behind such words as these: "We
The answer is doubtful. Only 12- jump through hoops. '3 must not shirk the necessity of pre-
000 tons can arrive by January 1, ..
: paring to take of them-
Wotta life "':} : our sons care
and even this may be held up by -
selves in case the defense of America -
German defeat of England or a Jap- rHri ,yflLyrf Ali 0.r
Jfwtl .Y leads to war" and again
anese blitzkrieg on the 'Dutch East : \ .. 3 ***7 1A fin :i.WwSi "We must face a brutal, per-

Indies. haps a terrible, fact. Our way of
of the dealis
Most amazing feature life is in competition with Hitler'sway
that the national defense com-
of life. I promise to outdis-
'mission is not attempting to buy
tance Hitler in any contest he
tin from the Far East but ay'ib 4.ovyy,
new ore ,
,. chooses, in 1940 or after. And ,1
}ydf> :;c
<:a0.y4 r.vi e
refined metallic tin. In {
only the {
we
promise that when we beat him,
other words, the tin is to be refined '
shall beat' him on our own terms,
in the Far East, then shipped here. in our own American "
way.
Reason for this is: (1) because the t.jA i ZGr} 'k u,.r a'. ark. f y::;:Y PRESIDENT METAXAS

British put a 50 per cent tax on the !i Neither pro-British nor pro-German. Republicans hailed the speech as
export of crude ore to keep us from .' <. .' { a masterpiece and saw in it the be-
setting up a tin smelting businessof .a% General 'Metaxas, was neither pro- ginning of a campaign that would

our own; and (2) because the British, nor pro-German. He was definitely result in victory for their
state department still is following a y. just plain pro-Metaxas. But Albaniaand candidate. Democrats saw in the

policy of dealing gently with British Greece have a common border- speech an endorsement of many of

interests. + % line. There was an insignificant in- the reforms the New Deal has beenWENDELL

In ,other words, while we will set cident over the Greek handling of

up a system of temporarily smelt- Above: Miss Betty Middleton, an Albanian bandit; Albania always

ing Bolivian tin in the United States, member of the Jimmie Lynch is bandit-infested. The "kept" Ital-

the British still will attempt to hang Auto ,Dodgers troupe at',the ian press went into a roar, and demanded -
on to their,monopoly by smelting Worlds satisfaction. Just as reds
New York Fair makes the
: said the' Finns'threatened Russia ,,
as''much asv'possible ''themselves1 y :
and up to la point high U. S. offi- ) hair.:of visitors, :stand on end several so the Fascists said the ferocious, sY fj

cials seem reluctant to,break away times a day. Miss Middleton insidious Greeks were threateningthe

from the British system. hails from Brooklyn. modern Roman empire of Sig- ."
S nor Mussolini.

NEW AGRICULTURE Beverly Shaw, high school,girl, rides a broncho for the rodeo. : <- >/ .y
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SECRETARYIt : } Y4 S

looks as if Franklin Rooseveltwas First Loss

going to play,the cards close to
Britain lost the first of her colonial
his chest and go into the campaign, a ,
{
possessions in the current to }
war
without much enlargement of his of- x Yt
two divisions of Mussolini'scrack
Italy as
ficial family. For his new secretaryof
troops (about 20,000 men) suc-
Wal-
agriculture, replacing Henry
lace, will be promoted from the : ceeded in driving out 1,200 Tommies
ranks. F $ y from Berbera, capital of British So-

maliland. Loss of the African colony -
He is Claud R. Wickard of Indi-
itself wasn't Great
worrying
ana, now undersecretary of agricul-
Britain a great, deal for Somalilandhas
ture, an able gentleman, but carry-
ing no political weight and of no never added materially to the

great help to Roosevelt or Wallacein wealth of the empire. L. WILLKIE

a presidential year. Paul H. Ap- --f-\ But what did concern the' British 7 Accept."

pleby, Wallace's right hand assist- high command was that with this (This picture was taken during Mr. WiUIde's -
, ant, and the man who vigorously loss of territory Italy had gained Elwood. Ind., speech.)

, urges Wickard's promotion, will step ground in her attempt to wrest con- advocating and thought Mr.; Willkie
up as undersecretary. trol of the Suez canal and thus sever wanted only a change in personnel

: tAMBASSADOR 0 s British empire communications.For -not policy-to carry such reforms.At .

: CUDAHY '. '; the British there was only any rate it marked the real

; New recipe for political success: yl' : s .yw9 Y C 7+: one ray ,of light in their abandonment beginning of what looks like the 'f

get, a diplomatic post, speak out off ; of Somaliland: as in the retreat hardest fought presidential contest

;f!' turn, take a spanking for it, then at Dunkirk, the troops left the thus far"in the Twentieth century.
/
:; announce for political office. 'battlefield fighting a furious rear
7flFd..f DEFENSE
t. The recipe was set by James H. guard action, destroying everythingthat :

f j;, R. Cromwell, whose remarks as could not be saved'and forcing First Round

minister to Canada brought him a Italy to pay as dear a price 'as'possible -
When it to mobilizing the
came
; state department reprimand., He is for her victory.II .
'; Iw fi $ National Guard for a year of train-
now running for the Senate. y
ing the house followed the exampleof
,
GERMAN WAR
Y; Same recipe apparently may be :
the senate. The house finally voted -
l followed by John ambassador
Cudahy, -
Aviation for the callup, by a landslide of
to Belgium, who rode in
high
342 to 33. The senate vote was 71
The aerial warfare over England
spirits through his White House
reprimand -
continued with a bang.. The Ger- to 7. There are 360,000 National
the other
day and is
I' ; being
.
.
Guardsmen. to the
They are get,
losses considerably
urged for governor of Wisconsin. man flying were
In fact, the President himself, before heavier than, the British, for a rea- works for 12 months, and can be sent
, anywhere in theWesternhemisphere I
,
the "spanking" son. The Germans were taking the
was over, urged
Cudahy to run. In Madrid, 17-year-old Senorita Juanita De La Cruz takes her offensive, and had to encounter anti- or the Philippine islands-which is

chances 'against an angry bull as nonchalantly as any male fighter.. aircraft fire, as well as the defend- a long way away from the Western
hemisphere. Youngsters under 18
WILLKIE..REVAMPS CAlIPAIGN'MACHINERY ing British planes. But the Germanair
supremacy was something like were to be discharged from the

In some G. O. P. quarters Will- 3 to 1, and Air Marshal Goeringwas guard at once, and married guardsmen -

kie's protracted western stay drew reckoning on a certain given were permitted to resign with-

discreet but critical protests. He 4 % v: expenditure of men and machines in three weeks.

was wasting valuable time, came I to achieve certain given results. I Mr. Roosevelt, who had a goodly

.4. the complaints, handling too much I The German pilots were very share of the American press againsthim

organizational detail himself.It young, some of them 15 or 18 years in his campaign for a third

was true that the tousle-haired old, actually. They divebombedand term, had none the less won the I

Republican standard bearer did oc- fought ,like madmen, fanatical, first round in his campaign for a

cupy himself extensively with furious. The royal air force pilots general mobilization. His program,
organization
details. But he did not waste a' t 6 /0 were a different type: older, more called for no less than $10,000,000000. ,-

time-as plenty of old-line Republican $ t experienced, many of them soldiers The second round was the

politicos are privately, and very of fortune, or old-time professionals. much-contested Burke-Wadsworth
grumpily, attesting. He was far too I A. high percentage were Irish, Cana- conscription bill, which would call-

busy to suit them or see much of dian, or American-types that make up 12,000,000 men, between the agesof
t" them. !I better flyers than the native Eng- 21 and 31. They, too, would get

',. For the big untold story behind 7 j rct lish, said the military men. I a year's training, if the bill went

Willkie's long and mysterious labors Y !' J mw iNt; I The Germans had two disadvantages through. It was opposed by a com-

; in Colorado is that he completely The "British" regulars were plete cross-section"; ranging from

revamped the traditional G. O. P. far better, man for man, than the experienced military critics and reg-
-, campaign machinery.It's German kids. And the British ular officers to the Woman's Chris-

a closely guarded secret but Circle: In England women pilots 24i planes were far better, ship for ship, tian Temperance Union and many

under the new set-up, the Republican ferry the new aircraft of the RAF than the German crates. The Ger- patriotic isol ; national committee and its na- airdrome. man aircraft were slapped together speed things up, War Secretary
from to
factory Right:
.' tion-wide network of state and local by mass production, and at any giv- Stimson had'said England mightnot
Miss Anna
welder
units, made up largely of veteran Laur, 25-year-old :n time, about 60 per cent of them last a itaonth. Naval Secretary
professionals, have been relegated does a man's work unmindfulof were. in the repair shop The Brit- Knox said England might not hold

to a secondary role a rain of fire. ish machines only 25 per cent. out for 60 days.

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II Sleep Lightly

wr Ut, \ c % :, yr: ,ykAr A tablespoon of vinegar poured Store salad oil in a ,dry,: cold ,
,x7 into glue that ,has become hard- place. Keep coffee, tea, sugar, I
1 : i4y''i < By DR. JAMES W. BARTON ened in a bottle will soften it. baking powder,- spices, soda, :'

(Released by Western Newspaper Union.) cream of,tartar and cereals tight

To,cool a pie quickly as soon as ly covered in a dry, dark place.
has been told for
,,
years about a mem- on a colander and the air can cir- Lemon slices cut thin and sprinkled .
"' 's"' ber of a household who complained culate under it so that it will cool with chopped parsley, served

If( o> w?q'.r of her inability to sleep. quickly. alternately with plain lemon

She said she wasa slices, add much to the,attractiveness .
'
Metal teapots'sometimes give a of a fish salad. : i ir1j
very light sleeper TODAY'SHEALTH "musty" flavor ,to tea made in ,

the slightest them.. To prevent this, store a The broad side of a knife which I

noise would Lump of sugar in the pot. When has been dipped.in cold water will .

awaken her and, COLUMN you're ready to use the pot rinse flatten cookies so that they may -
II: COOL DRINKS ARE REFRESHING ON HOT SUMMER DAYS it in boiling water. i, be more easily rolled.HOW :
(Recipes Below.) once awake, it ,
" would, be hours before she got ::]

I II off to sleep again. It happened :',,

I HouseholdNeuis one night that there was a large By

f fire directly across the street, to SEW RUTH, WYETH 3 :1

so large, indeed, that a "gen SPEARS --, :
:
I I eral" alarm was sounded, and

l, I I III II with it, the usual noises of how the gingham, facings and bias, AJ

.""- sirens and shouting. Everybodyin r tape trimming
: !' r&tT ;were applied to'aCid / .,
, the house was awakened and the correct touch of.color. If you :'

watched the proceedings for have never cut an apron without ,1
a,special pattern, you will find di- "':
hours; everybody except the rections in Book 4 along with "

nonsleeper and she had takenno 4" ideas ''for more aprons and other '.J,

Even on the stickiest, hottest summer drugs to make her sleep. STRAIGHT, fascinating things to make for mi- -;
day, a good tart, icy drink Is Father fussy about his food REEK GNGHAMFACWGS most nothing. ;1
Then The point is that most of us get ;
will refresh you. you'll surely want Eleanor -
n than think do.
more sleep we we
Fruit drinks, in Howe's cook book, uFeeding'Fa- MV
: particular, are, ther." It has loads of recipes for The minutes that we N NOTE: As a service to our read-
areaw ke 'during
&; : : good; when you the foods father likes bestrecipes ers Mrs. ,Spears has prepared _a
: drink frosty which have been tested and the night seem like STITCH ORANGE AND series of homemaking booklets.
- j9 : a
hours and the hours CORNER OF RED BIAS TAPE OVER
tumbler of lemonade approved by homemakers as;well CURTAIN THE GREEN FACINGS Booklet 5' .j just published contains
or chilled or- as fathers! You can have a copyof 'tiarT-0Y"", we sleep seem like 32 pages of. clever ideas fully illustrated -

ange juice, you this cook book by sending 10 minutes. KITCHENshowers are fun for I ; and a description of the
not only feel cooler cents in coin. Address your let- In searching for everyone they are : other numbers in the series. Book-
you are cooler. Fresh fruit drinks ter to "Feeding Father," care.of yf ? 'vnY the cause of insom- always supposed to be a surprise, I lets are 10 cents' each to cover
<; nia or:sleeplessness, the ,prospective bride'will be wise cost and Send order'to -
actually ward off the heat of sum- Eleanor Howe, 919 N. Michigan : .mailing. :
mer. Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. rf' there are certain to give out, a broad hint as to her

Fruit beverages provide the min- definite ailments, color scheme. The dearest wishof MRS. RUTH WYETH SPEARS "r.
such as a brain tumor 'one bride-to-be was.a kitchen.ingay
erals and \itamins the Drawer 10 ;
body requires y
of ice Pour in
freezer. the
cream and_high blood
Mexican colors. Her friends Bedford Hills New York
and because of the ,
sugar stiffly beaten whites assemblethe 4
egg that should
added for sweetening fairly pressure i had a wonderful time selecting Enclose 10 cents for each book
are freezer, and cover. Pack with Dr. Barton ''be considered. Thereare I everything from pottery peeling : ordered.

high It's in very food easy energy.to serve "soda foun- mixture of three parts crushed ice also cases of knife handles' in tones of green: I Name ...............................
to rock salt. Freeze
tain specials" at home. Any combi- one part un- disturbed rest due to poor mattresses [ orange and red.. One gift that,was Address .....to.._................!...
til turning becomes difficult. Re-
springs too much light,
or appreciated most of all was the
nation of fruit juices makes delightful
a dasher fold in chocolate and ''
move unusual noises, worries or 'prob-
and refreshing beverage- apron, curtain and tea towel 'set
pack down the cream with'a spoon. lems, pain, temperature of room too sketched here.

juices provided, such some as those of the from more lemons tart, hour Cover before, and ,allow to ripen for one high or too low, the wrong kind or t This set was made from muslinflour Character at Stake ,
serving. too much food at evening meal or and bags. Muslin by
slightly sour oranges, or rhubarbare Cookies. sugar
used to keep the beverage from V Sugar butter before retiring. the yard would do just ,as mIl, An employee has something at-
tasting too sweet and flat. Use slicesof Vt cup Most' insomnia patients' respond and'' 'I have shown in, the sketch ,stake beside his salary. He has '
cup granulated sugar well to hot bath before retiringif
orange or lemon, mint leaves, a character. There are manhood '.
1 well beaten
I whole, fresh or canned cherries or V/2 egg cups, pastry flour 'they will go to bed in the dark- and womanhood involved, com ,"

,.berries, for garnishing.: Ice cubes ,,1 .teaspoon baking powder ness immediately i after the bath. | pared with.-which.salary is.noth- .' '
i; for chilling fruit drinks or iced tea ,Vi teaspoon salt In mental hospitals"where there are Ask 'Me mother I ing., The way o edo s ,his work :.: ,
might be frozen from lemon both the depressed and the excit- enters into the fiber of his
o orange or 1 vanilla extract very '.,
I juice to avoid the bev- teaspoon able types, the hot bath for some I character. It is matter of ,
diluting Cream butter add and a con- :
General
sugar egg. A Quiz
A
minutes is often used to induce and I
I erage. Mint leaves, bits of lemon Sift dry ingredients and add with : science, and no one can afford i

peel or cherries can be frozen into the extracts. Flour and sugar the prolong! sleep.. &aa______________________ to sell himself because his salary :;
the cubes. For iced coffee, pour board and roll the cookies on it. The Question of Drugs. is meager.-O. S. Marden. .

I some of'the coffee into the freezing Dust heavily with sugar, roll it in a What about drugs? It would be The Questions' ...,

:1 tray of your refrigerator, and little, cut in cookie shapes, and bakein safe to say that there have been 1. In what famous song does the

, freeze. Then use the coffee cubes a moderate oven (350 degrees) more new drugs to produce sleep phrase "grapes of wrath" appear? CHe hap fever. .;a
for chilling the drink. 10 to 12 minutes. and relieve pain placed on the mar- 2. Who was known as the "Lit- .ps runny nose :tPE

Sugar syrup, used for sweetening, Pineapple Raspberry Punch. ket in the last few years than'near- tle ,Napoleon of Baseball"? o )
is'easily mixed throughout the'whole (Serves 25) ly all other new drugs for other I 3. What plant produces two'com- ETRO > 'j

drink, and makesr 6 cups crushed pineapple conditions combined. In cases mon spices?
a smoother tasting ( 6 cups raspberry juice where there has ,been severe emo- 4. Do cat eyes shine?, ;.;
I ,smoother textured ))) M 3 quarts gingerale tional disturbance causing sleeplessness 5. 'In the Bible what musical ''instruments ,Good Only Important :P

'E drink, than Crushed ice the use of these new drugs is caused the destructionof Happiness is the gift of seeing ,
when unmelted Mix crushed pineapple and the considered justified. Such simple the walls of Jericho? the good things of life in such 1

sugar has been raspberry juice thoroughly. Just before methods as the hot bath, a hot The Answers high relief that the rest is unim-

added.the To make V serving, add gingerale and ice, drink hot water, bag to stomach, 1. In the "Battle Hymn, of 'the portant. .:
sugar syrup, MI Fool Proof Cookies. light exercise before retiring should Republic."
boil 4 cups of sug- (Yield 3 dozen) also be tried before the ude of the 2. John McGraw. 1

ar with 4 cups of water, for 10 min- 2 cups flour sleeping tablet should be permitted, 3. The nutmeg tree is the only WINGS OF COOLNESS FOR
: utes. Pour into clean, hot jars, and Vz brown TIRED>> HIT THAT HURT WITH j
cup sugar plant whose seed produces two
: seal. Store in refrigerator, and use w < HEAT. DUST ON FAMOUS
as needed. % cup butter common spices, nutmeg and mace, (MEXICAN HEAT FOWPER.J
Pollen Now Used in
Y Serve Mix and sift flour and sugar to- the latter being the dried arillode,
crisp cookies or dainty
sandwiches with iced gether. Then work butter into the or fibrous covering, of the nutmeg
drinks
for sim- mixture with the Cure of Hay Fever kernel. Ungracious RebukeIt
ple afternoon or evening refresh-
f ments. finger tips, form- 4. The eye of a cat acts as a is better to withhold a de-

Lemonade. ing a soft dough. THE fall weed hay fever season mirror which throws off light, butit served rebuke than ,to administer
Roll' to Va-inch in Pao begins toward the end of in it. Francis
Follow these three rules if you July does not generate it ungraciously.-St. Da
want to make perfect lemonade: Use thickness and cut southern districts and from the mid- 5. Trumpets.-Joshua 6:20. j Sales.
i, fresh lemon juice and with cookie cut- dle to the end of August in the
plenty of it; -- -----
ter in desired
sweeten to the taste of eachnottoo any northern, and ends with the first

much sweetening for folks who yolk sKape.of Brush with frost. Get this FREE/J'8 E'
one egg,
like it sour sweeter for those witha In addition to the above mentioned
beaten, and dilut- headaches For grateful people all over the South have trusted
sweet tooth; use ice and more ice. symptoms, there may be over 70 years
For each served allow ed with 3A teaspoon water. Bakein weakness and tiredness, and slight Wintersmith's Tonic for the relief of Malaria. To convince i
person :
1 lemon a moderate oven (350 degrees) asthmatic symptoms.To YOU,we are offering this complete,761-page Holy Bible,FREE. ,
approximately 12 minutes.
1 to 2 tablespoons sugar or honey Chocolate Freeze. detect the particular pollen Just mail the top from one large carton (or the tops from two

1 cup cold water (Makes 4 large glasses) causing the hay fever, skin tests and small cartons)to Wintersmith Chemical Co.,Inc.,Louisville, Ky.

a.. Ice 4 tablespoons also tests by eating suspected foodsor
' Extract lemon juice. Add sugaror 4 tablespoons sugar cocoa inhaling (breathing in) other sub-

honey to taste. Stir to dissolve. Va teaspoon salty stances are used. This, in most
Add water. Serve over ice in large boiling water cases, locates the pollen or other
E glasses. Garnish with lemon sliceon 2 cup substances to which the individual
cups milk (scalded)
rim of glass. To make lemon Vz teaspoon vanilla is sensitive or allergic.

fizz, make )lemonade with carbonated Crushed ice Injections of Pollen Extract.

water. Whipped cream The treatment now generally usedis

Combine sugar, cocoa and salt. to try to make the patient less
I "Simple Desserts for Summer Add boiling water and cook for 2 : sensitive or allergic to the substance

t Menus" is an article you'll want minutes. Remove from fire, and -ragweed pollen in most cases-to HIGH PRICESDo
t to read. Watch for it in this column combine with scalded milk. Pour which he is sensitive. This is done

next week.Chocolate into glasses filled with crushed ice, by injecting small quantities of pollen -
and serve with a spoonful of whipped extract under the skin once or
cream garnishing each glass. twice a week for six to eight weeks Not Go WITH ADVERTISINGAdvertising
I Chip Ice Cream. Iced Coffee. before the hay fever symptoms usu-
(Makes 1
gallon)
1 cup sugar Make coffee a little stronger than ally appear. Most physicians pre- and high prices do not go together at all.
usual. Cool, and serve in tall glasses fer to start the injections not less
1\ Vi cup flour filled with cracked ice. Top with than three to four months before They are extremely Incompatible to each other. It is .
,1 2 quarts milk (scalded
: 4 eggs (separated) ) whipped cream. If desired, cream the hay fever season as it allows only the, product which Is unadvertised, which

: 4 teaspoons vanilla may be poured on the ice before much more pollen extract to be given has no established market, that costs more than you
the coffee is added. and thus a better chance to get
teaspoon salt
Iced Tea. the system desensitized to the rag- can afford to pay.
2 semi-sweet
cups in bits) chocolate (cut Rinse teapot with boiling water. weed pollen. Whenever you go into a store and buy an item of ad-
Combine Place tea in pot, allowing' one tea- With the arrival of the hay fever
sugar and flour, and add vertised merchandise, it doesn't make difference .
the
scalded milk slowly. spoon of the tea per cup. Pour season, injections are continuedbut any
Then
over low heat, stirring cook freshly boiling water over the tea the dose is reduced to one-half. -' what, you are getting more for your money-more In

Remove from heat. Beat constantly.egg yolks leaves and allow to steep, not boil, If you are subject to hay fever quality and service-than you would get!if you spent the
for 3 to 5 minutes. should consult physicianat
Pour tea you your
and blend over
with
mixture, then add ft to cup the custard of the hot together chipped ice, to cool it quickly. Serve once about the use of the pollen same amount for something which was not advertised.

with vanilla ,and salt. Chill.- in tall glasses garnished with lemon extract. Most family physiciansnow
slices_ and. sprigs of riint. give these injections regularly.

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PAGE, FOUR THE CLEWISTOM NEWS FRIDAY, AUGUST 30, 1040
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The Clewiston News Georgia bacon because oi the popu- entirely of materials cast up by to .do that Is to carry a big' stick are with America, to a man. Jealousof
larity of Georgia-cured meats. We the sea. Refreshed by a dip in the I
I and let him know we are readyto the freedom they enjoy under
\ II I think it should bo given Florida. surf, we journeyed south, for a F
Published FrIday In Clewlston name and then popularized as a look at McKee Jungle Gardens. use it. ,And a big stick with us the benignant supervision of the

Florid, by every the CLEWISTON. NEWS, Florida product. A rose: by any Distinctly different from Dick Pope's means a big army and navy and Great White Father, .already the

Inc. other name would smell as sweet, creation, this vast jungleland with plenty of men trained in the use tribe has evolved a method for

I undoubtedly, but perhaps, it' might its chattering monkeys and tropical of all weapons. We just ,wonder dealing with any enemy parachutists

KEATHIjEY BOWDEN, Editor I I not.. sell as well. growth lacks only a cannibal or who instigated' these, women to act foolish enough to enter their do-
two and Dorothy Lamour in a
did.
as they An investigation
main. Say the Seminoles: "We no
Entered as second class mall matter sarong to make, it complete. might prove something interesting., guide. 'We no tellum how to get

February 1, 1927, at the Post Office or In 1 I....................................................................'................................. Cooled by frequent thunder -W. C. Beckett in Avon Park out of Everglades. Mosquitoes
Act
the
Clewiston, Florida, under
showers, journeyed south, stop- Times. "
March 3, 1897.Suheerlptlon. we eatum 11 n. Rfmnlfi and- effective
ping for a delightful' seafood supper I it well may cause Adolf Hitler and
Too Late To Classify I at Stuart, then on, to West Palm SEMLXOLES: HEADY FOR his Axis partner Benito Mussolini,
Rate *2.00 Per Year.
Beach for a comfortable night'srest INVADERSLike to hesitate before ordering to South
Advertising Rates On Application. I By RUSSELL KAY .' at Collier's Dixie Court Hotel. Florida any expedition of the kind.

The Palm Beaches looked very some 42,000 other Indian In any vent, thanks to Seminole

Devoted to the advancement and welfare 1:NN1N. .M.N:NN:N:N:NN:N:N.N:N.NN.N:N:N.N:N:N.:.1 prosperous with considerable build- bucks throughout the nation, ,Flori loyalty, for one section of the nation -
of Clewiston and Hendry County. ing and renovating in evidence. At da's Seminole braves are all set at least, the problem of national -

You know there used to be a I the Chamber of Commerce, Art to make it hot for enemy invaders, defense is solved..-Miami

time when our northern friends and Keil told m'e they were ,experiencing should the United States get into Post.

I :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. relatives wouldn't pay usa- bit of a splendid summer season with war. Not citizens, and consequentlynot
mind in the summer. They were more tourists than ever before at subject to army drafting, by
horrified at the thought of Florida this time of the year. virtue of the fact- that this country

RAMBLINGS during "dog days" and wonderedhow We spent the better part of half failed to conquer them in a 'disastrous -
stood it down here. about war with the tribe, a centuryago
this
By B. B. we ever I I'I'a day driving section
in the
matter of national defense -
But our Florida Exhibits and then headed south again on the

.. ............... .... .... .. summer advertising campaigns 'have I Ocean Drive. One thing that nevertheless, the Seminoles L i -
.:..:..:..:..:oo:..:.:.:.: : : : : : : : : : :+: : : ) amazed ''guests to find all
our
was
changed all that and'fl;>r the past

Over in the personal items today year south or in so droves folks all have summer been coming long.. the closed beautiful and windows Palm Beach boarded homes up. II............................................... ............................................................................................................-.................... .

there are a few lines reading "Mr. It's gettin' so you don't dare They couldn't understand why folks .II .

and Mrs. Andy Garrison :were visitors leave the spare room untidy at with such lovely homes here would i h

in 'West Palm Beach Wednes- any time, for your friends and desert them, at any time. "Evenif ':'' I ..:...
day, Mr. Garrison going over for relatives are just as liable to pop they don't want to use them .::' I .:.

X-Rays at the Good Samaritan in on you, in August as in January. themselves," our guest remarked,
Hospital." Those few lines may you'd think they would have friends].I \
Well, some of the wife's folks
not mean "so much to you but they and relatives who ''would be delighted I !
put in an appearance not long CLEWIS TON '
mean a whole lot to Mr. and Mrs. to spend the summer here." And 6OLFi
'em
ago and last week we took I ;
Garrison. Andy is the house painter that remark set me to thinkingof
on a personally conducted tour of Y'h
you remember,. who ten weeks the bored and unhappy ownersof
ago came in contact with a high South Florida. these palatial estates, and vision '
< Starting at Tampa, we droveto i :J:\ COURSE >:;
,voltage wire of the Florida Light the joy and happiness and awakened : i
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'em .
and Power Company's line whilehe Plant' City and let have' a interest in life that would be theirsif (", ." ",'.,ifI .
was at work on the W.: C. look at Billy Wilson's "pride and they could but forget themselvesand "

needed Prewitt to home use east an electrical of town.buffer He joy"Farmers, the Market.world's Then largest we droveon State= those open less their fortunate' hearts and and homesto know I '::1i': i:? ,g.; ifl;; I i

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to Winter Haven and spent a : I. t., { .. '. ; ..\ >'>,':; I '..
before applying paint, and when he the thrill that attends the sharingof '
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found the electrical connection had couple of hours at Dick Pope's our blessings with others. ix:: :\ :.::J;'H. ( : ;.: ,' .. .( .:: .;:; :(V( ,. 'I ::
famed Gardens.
Cypress "
not been made but that all lines Next week we will continue our I i'
were in readiness he attempted to You know we used to laugh at trip to Miami and drive over the Y

play: electrician long enQugh to Dick and call him "Swamp Angel"and Overseas Highway to Key West. 4
throw the switch on the pole. He "Maestro of the Marshes" when

waked in the hospital. he started playin' 'round in that

That up was ten weeks ago, and cypress swamp a few years ago, HK WAS HANGED tI I Open to the Public ] l

those ten weeks have been hard but I want to tell you, he's developed '
Although we generally have little
sledding for Andy and for his wife, 'an attraction that all Floridacan ,
use for Sen. Claude Pepper and
whose nursing experience has not be proud of and when it comesto
disagree with many of his outbursts, t I
publicity Dick has done more
been wasted during that time. Theyare Y
fighting the slow fight backto to keep Florida in the newsreelsand his hanging in effigy this week in Y
rotogravure sections than Washington by a bunch of silly : :
any
strength and usefulness and i .
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women was the heighth of foolish-
one I know .I
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every time a milestone is reached .ro. ,:.
ness. Pepper advocates all possibleaid '
Our next stop was the /Bok
along the journey they and their '
Tower., Of course there was no to Britain in her struggle with
friends with
rejoice them. Andy 'L I
the Hitler Huns. He is right, in :
weighs 102 pounds now, a gain of concert. but the sanctuary is alwayS -
fact many people believe we should '. .
impressive and no trip to ;,
20 pounds since he home in
came : ::
:: Moderate
the ambulance 'from the hospital, Florida would be complete withouta have declared war on Germanymany ; '. "'. Greed Fees :-, .,. .,' '.:
visit to ,the Singing Tower. weeks ago. These women -', ..
but still 33 : :
pounds short of his
While have evidently got the wrong slanton : Exceptional Fairways ::
normal weight at the time of the our guests went into ..' : .
accident. In Palm 'Beach the doctors' ecstasy over the Gardens and the things. They don't realize what yH /
shake their heads when they look Tower, they had plenty to say would happen to them and their _*, I Interesting Greens =:;::

about the roads leading to them families if Hitler got a foothold '
at him for
they are amazed that
and were dumbfounded that here. He's got to be stopped as .
he lived a .
the
He is providing through experience experience.for them, I state would permit two such out- soon as possible and the only way .: .N.N..N..?.::.ti N.M..N.N.H.N.'N. ..N.N.N......N......N.N......N.H.N..N N..N..N.N.N.N.N..N..N..N.::.N..N.N.N.N...

standing attractions to be isolated ------------------
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have
say they never ... .. ...... .... .......... .... ........ .. ....... .............. .............. .:.... ..... .... .. .. ....... . . .
before had the with no way to reach them except : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :?: : : : : : : : : : ; : : :?: : :?: :NI. : :N: : : : .:N:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:?.................
anyone who opportunity received to examine so- over roads that even the woods X*..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:":'.:":":":":-:0::":":":":":":":" :":":": :.:":":..:.:.:.:.*:.*.:.*...

much electricity. Wednesday he cows find too rough to traverse in
+
went back for X-Rays ,.travelling comfort. .*:|.'..y.* I
"Why if we had anything like
under his
own power to and from *!ix::: ::::
the hospital office, and in and out the Bok Tower or Cypress Gardens ; i
of the cafeteria where he had In our state," said one of our & ENJOY- N

lunch. There have been many hot, guests, "we'd build a four-lane Ay.... i
lonely hours for Andy since June highway to them; with parkways ;

19th and the trip to West Palm between and ornamental lights the .*.i .:. ALL ELECTRIC .
"
Beach will provide thoughts that entire length. .. :.t' t. &
[:: will help him through some of the Maybe now that Polk county* \ : :
hours still has a Governor and since George : ,: n 1
:'. ahead. ii :r:', .
:.. Sometimes, when find Burr, jr. of Winter Haven is a ii ..'...'.,'... ..;- HOME .,", .. .;... ..,,. : iiYY
you '. '
yourself member of the ; ,. .-.. :. '
load Board : : ;
somethin' : ., : '}. '
k'#: complaining, think of theGarrisons. will be done about it. We've :: \ .., ,:,. :I: ; \;; .. **

r t\, built enough roads in Florida thatdon't i:YA i:!:: "J".,: .. .r.. ":.. Arp ( ..,. ... .; ':",. :)':'.C :::: "

.
go any place and it :
seems we
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3S
.. r
We walked through the old .i.
: .. ..
.' ought to be able to construct at ..
< school building the :
other
;"' saw the renovation now being day com-and least one to such points of genuine : Electricity is the modern servant; a servant that :;:::

'r':;::. .. will pleted find there.a transformation Teachers and when pupils the Importance.Leaving the Tower, we headed :?YXii!:A* takes care of both the work and the, pleasures of the :!:::

fall term opens September 16th. "Driftwood"east to Vero, the Beach quaint for lodge a visit built to :::: home and one that will do everything quickly, efficiently .:;.::_;.:

: We heartily agree with the decision : ':
!e;. to paint and remodel the interior ;;=; and economically.One ::::::

' of the building and let the exterior I +..+.

go for ,another year. We I IAA; penny will toast 26 crunchy slices 0 f.::::.;.

't' ",: isn't know, very an old good-looking red brick along building side :::!: give your eyes two hours of safe reading light or operate 1::::

of a new white brick building, but :
the cleanliness and lighting arrange- : your radio for most of a day-and-ELECTRICITY is :$:::*!:

ments of the school-rooms are the XA:!::: one thing that gets cheaper the more of it that you use. :: '

.'" most .,important. h: l 3.5

t; : Another reminder* *that "it won't :: :tV tAA That is why it is so easy to have and enjoy a home :::.:i.=

be long now" until school starts AAXX that is all electric and modern. :::::
+ ', is the announcement that interested xx **
_
parents, will meet with the band \ AX
AA j =
instructor to discuss plans WeS II

'didn't think that, would include us, !

}, but Prof.Charlie Sturchio Miner can assures take beginners us that y I:::: ELECTRICITY IS YOUR CHEAPEST SERV- I::::;

in the second and third grade and I.
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i ::::
have them COME IN :
playing a tune in a I

'" week.enthusiasm'the Even allowing for Charlie's NOWandLETUS i::::, ANT-USE IT EXTRAVAGANTLY. :::::

prospects seem good, explain OURhomefinancing :!::: i' YA XAAA:
so we'll be
among the lower gradeS AXxx .:: :
.. _*
parents who are interested After plan : .s'
'
seeing the wonderful progress made .without *
obligation to A
,' with the sugar company band, we you :!:::: AA

' are about ready to believe any- No red tope-all loon ....h;. ,', AMV )1 XAY: *
'
thing. ,
a lie a t ion sore T Y
p p .. ......
't' :
cleared quickly, money ,
'# We think a campaign to give is released AA
promptly.Clewiston .
Florida products Florida names .rt Glades Power and Light o.
might not be amiss. The other day Federal : I
:Y at the market some-one asked for
x. :
: "Georgia: bacon". We've heard : t I' \ AAc .
. .. and LoanASociation :
' numerous names for white bacon Savings M ( Y?

and thought this was another one, cl- XX AA
but found out it's .
Florida-raised .
bacpn, cured In ..:.**x..X"X N x N x N x M x M x M XK N x N....:N xxy'Y N:N:N:N:N:N.I :N:N N:..:N:N:..:M:N N N M:N: :M:1:N N:..:N:N:.:N:N:N:..:. N,:N N N:N N:N N:M:..:M:NN:N:N:M:N:N.S..f.:..
Tampa. It's named ,..:..:..:-:..:--:..;..;.. .. ;..:.;..:.*; ; ; ;*.xS"X..x..:..;..:;s;..:..:..;..:.;..; ..;-;..;-:..:..:..;..;..;.:.;..;.. :.:..:.;..:..:r:.;..:..:..;.:..:..:..;..:..:.;..:.:..:.:..:.**'



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AUGUST SO, 1940 I THE CLI1WISTOWs PAGE FIVE
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Description S T n A Owner Amount .............. . ............. .. .. .. . I
NOTICE .N.N.N.N.11.N. ............HN. .N..,..-:..)
__ 12 43 2'8 40 Harriet G. Pope .-.._........... 5.52

... B 2 NNW CNW9 fLot S to S FULLER'SFULMltiATlONS

Riv.. W Alg. Riv. to ." ,
16 Section line N to '

\ Beg. ______ 12 43 28 10 R. N. Miller' __ ..__ 3.10 .
Notice is hereby given that the following described ,lands, or so much '
will be necessary to pay the amount due for taxes herein set All LyIng S of SAL ...... .
-' thereof opposite as to the same. together with cost of such sales and advertising, RY. __........_...___ SF 13 ..43'28' 13 B. F. Wells, Jr., ,.____. ___ 10.15 By FULLEN: WARREN

will be sold at public auction on the 2nd day of September A. D. 1940 Beg. 4439 ft. N of .' ) S

at the hour of 12 o'clock noon, at the courthouse door, in the City of Cor. of Section Cen 1V oC I I ,I \ ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:
LaBellc, County of Hendry, find State of -Florida. 690.74 ft. to ,
Old Cal. Rlv. Place 5
R. N. MILLER, As a result of several months of
of Beg., W Alg. -
, Tax Collector of Hendry County, Florida. .
Canal R'V. 615 ft. '. { Barnumesque ballyhoo by such
to Cen. of old Riv. ,' .
" to J S = wordy warriors as General Hugh
.." E'br and NE'ly '
> Beg. ..____.___.... 14 43, 28' .86 Berton E. Poor -.-..-._' ___ 5.03 Johnson whose soul seems to have

;:: .. Beg. 4439.01 ft. Nof soured on him, Wendell L. Willkie
Amount01VNER SE Cor, thence; I'.. > ,', .
; :: DESCRIPTION 'V'ly Alg. S Line ,, i the Elwood "wonder man", is a

I!: =. of Taxes Canal 1550.74 ft to' ; t mild threat, to become President.' .
NE Cor. Land here :
h;. "' OF IJANn r: ,And Coat in des thence 1V'Iy 'Ion S The President of the United

;: e a II Canal 544.47 ft. -. .' States such
: has vast powers to
. r i= S wF thence Sly to old ; "
<:.I = <:.I vitally influence the individual and
.
'Cal. Ills', thence ,
E'ly and N'ly to pt;. ,r ,I S 5 5 personal welfare of every man, woman

of Beg _.___..-.. 14. 43 28. 4. H. C. Hansen ...._:.._:.._._._ 6.35
and child in America, that
All __.._____..__, 17 43 32 640 J. B. Hendry OM'_=-______'_ 39.88
everybody owes to himself or her-' .(
Lot 31, Palma Cia
Eiof Ely of SEi '
"' ofSE4 NEIL _______ 31 42 29 10 Albert Myers -.--.-.-....---- 3.62 Sub _.,:.-___._.___ 15 43 28 Unknown __.,.___.__.._'-.,___ 1.48W1h self the duty to inquire fully into ;,
f'NE1A of SE1/
North LaBelle :. of NEV __.____.._ 15 43 28 5 Nancy Stewart _._._....._._...._ 2.93 the capabilities of candidate Willkie. .'

lldtK. SD _--- 31 42" 2D. ....... . .. 1.41 .._ 16 43 I 28 14 Just who is Willkie? What kind .
_______ Unknown -------- -- Gov. Lot 4 _..___ R. N. Miller _.____.__ 3.35
29
Lot 1930-1933 F :_._.__.__..__._ 1.41 .._. 17 43 .28' 40 _._. __ of man' is he? What is his record
Let 314 ___.__._____ 1.41 SWi of SW1 __ R. N. :Miller. ___ 4.79 ?
Lots 728-729 ?____._.__ r. : Wilford E. Lamarine ---- NW% of SW 4 and'' What does he stand for? What

Beg. 30 ft. S and 669 .' .'.." :. swt of NW& __ 17 43 28 80 Kenolina. Realty. Co. 1.__._._ 8.71
ft. W and 3481h ft. .'. ; .\ Ely! of SW% exc. an 5 5 solution does he offer for the many

S of NE Cor. to Pt. ," .. ':: '.'. ,"J A. in SW Cor. of .' problems that burden and beset our

of Beg; W 250 ft. ; ': :' < .: '\ SEU' of SW i, Also \ ., \ ". 1 ..... _- ., /, nation? What is his fitness' for
to Bridge St. Rd. S < ;i/ 7 \ / : '- NW& of SE& and :: .- .
.
Alg. E Side of Rd.. :. ,, ; r :; Nof- SW% of j. -" '" 5- ." .' the biggest and most exacting job :.
;. and Beg. SE .: '
523 ft. E 250 ft. N SE& '. : : .
McCormack ....._ 6.38 > : ;
5 D. G. ', in the world Who are his'chief
523 ft. to Beg.Beg. _....:._ 32 4229. < > ; .. Cor. SWVi of SE1,4. S ', ." "
h 1268 ft S of NE' '.,.L: COo.' : ':. ','. .,'. .. N 220 yds.. W 405 .; '"r-, .. : : '" S.; .,5 backers? '.:
Cor. to Pt. of Beg. ....". ',\ .. '. ft, S- 220 yds., E \ I'. '. ; ." ; ." .: '. ;
.
W 668 ft, S 100 ft., : I .'. 4", ""I' 405 ft to Beg. and '. ,, ,'" _..: ,- :;'." The people ought to have truth- ,
.
,, '
E 669 ft., N 100 ft. : .- ," :. Beg. 1065 ft W of ," . .' .. ".'. ;, :'r eSE ful answers to these questions. I ,
.
to Beg.Dlffeiibaughs. ____._____ 32 42 291,5 Unknown ....._-._ ... --..---- 3.56 Cor. of SWI/4 of .. ; '. ,:< .. ..... .. '- :..J \f 1: ;?: will try to them. ...
give
Add. 'to ... ,. ". SE%, N 220 yds.,. '; J I '_ ...:: \' 1 .

L.aTtcIlc Strip of j':. .j'j .. '.. ; .... TV 225 ft. (to Sec. ..... ', ::', '. ? ", .: .' : ':' ;<'"'''' v He is the recently resigned presi- .

Jand 356: ft. wide ". : I ,, 'J C ( line) S 220 yds., E '" '. .,; '> :.,:' ., dent of the Commonwealth & South- ':4

off NEVi of NE132 42 ; 29 .".' to Beg. ____.:.-._:_.. 17 43 28' 149 A. 'H. Reed. _. :. L..h: _..___ 19.42 !
Burnett 4.28 : I ern Corporation a billion dollar .
M. A. ,
Mrs. N'\V1,4 of NE% and : '
Lots 8 to 12-21 __..' 'fit'.< "i S F. > ,
/ of W of SE ,, '. : ,
;." 'r. W'/_ % % utilities concern. He was president :
"A'ortU JjaBclIe" apart '
of NE and Ely of' ,: -
of NW4: olN '.;,-4,;. '; E1of NEi of. .'. ', ,' :':7' :5:' ?; of this light and power corporation 'f;;

D 4 2_and__3 Block__- 32 42' ',. 2D.J. 1,; ., ,' NE __--.__. 18 43 28 60. R. N. Mlller .:.:......._..:.:....:.\.:..._.:_ 7.44 since 1933, at a salary of $75,000.00 S
Lots. 3'r.1 : ; E. Hedges ..._.____.._.__ 4.06 E% ofV1J.a' of NE& ". a (it has been '
-7--t-15.-;; k'-3 > = U. G. Hedges ...___-__._.___' 6.18 of NE i and W year never publicly ;
Lots :;< ) \ : of Ely of NE>4 of rNE1s \ ." t revealed how much he got in ], s 1

Lots 16 to 18, Block : "f,','" ___.,..._....: 18 43 28 20 E. L. Alford ._ .. : .
3 ._. : ', i ', \" ; ::'. .. Stanley Hedges .--.U-.....:. 5.52 NWyt less M SE% of ___ _H."........_ 4.25 bonuses). -:+I a

Lots 1, "s 12BBlock .-..... ...:: :"., ,.. .. NWyt of NW% and / He is a personable man witha ,'....A
"", .. ; .y' U. G. Hedges ...... .-_.-..._.-. .. 6.48 / very ,
12 ...."......_..-v-....._____.. ;i. ? SWJ4 of NE'/i of r

Lots 29 to 36, Block .,'J;(.: .,1 _.. ...._._ 4.53 NW* _,_._____. 18 43 !' 28 140 R. N. Miller _.__________ 12.93 good political smile and a fast ;
12 ....."....___....____._...-. .'. "..,.J ,.. U. G. Hedges : --- W% of STV% and .' line of conservation. He has con .'' .'

\V% 11 and 12, Block '/i' ,!.- J NEU of SW% __ 18 43 28 120 Alice Tonnelier ___ .._ 12.33
.
.. 4.5S
.._ .. _
siderable talent
.__.._ .._ ; 'r' "' Stanley Hedges ;- .' for political :
13 ..-"_._.___ ; : .. N% less N% of 'NE& :

Lots 13 and 14 Block ..'".,;. "1',1... ''. ..'. t U- G. Hedges ____.__,_._ 267 of NE% of NE% 18 43 28. 315 R. N. Miller ________.: 26.07 ing. He is large in :
26 : _" d Gov. Lots 1, 2, 3,. and I .' flabby and clown:1:1
'
and paunchy
Beg. s6"Tt E!"and"278 .. ...,;; ; NW& of SWi4NEyv __A 19 43 28 140 Geo. M. Hendry Adm. u_ 12.93NE& :
ft. S of NW Cor. of /: of NWU and' be double-chinned. He has

SWIy of NE/i, S y' \V'h of SWIof', s hair which some of his } ,
105o"-ft., E. 420 ft., : : ." .
:. ; and Beg. 59 ; r; .. ; ,. and to think :
; hero-worshipers
420
N 1050 ft., W 5.73 yds. E of Cen., E ;. seem .
!
Wm N. Stallings ,
42" 29 ,10 --- ----
__ 32
ft., to Beg. '
E fits him 'President
"- 821 yds. to ,Bdry. peculiarly to be _.
W 61y A. of Say of 6.5 H. C. Hansen, Sr. _.._ 5,52NEB of Sec. S to Riv., '
); SWQ of'' NW3a, _._ 32 42' 29 --- W'ly alg. Riv. to of the United' States. 1i

/ of NW7, of" Crk. N alg. Creek His record is somewhat obscure. ',:,'::1

SW"i ____.___._ 32 .42 29 10 T. L. Williams' -.-----.- 3.59 to Beg. __, 20 43 28 69 A. H. Reed __.___..._ 10.09 He rendered
has public
.11 never ser- ;
Ely of 'VY.J of Lot 1 I N% of SW% of NV120 43 28 20 J. C. Johnson __..___._.. 3.35
in SW14 of SE; _._ 32 42 29 '9.5 J. H. Caldwell, Estate '-.-- 8.39 S% of SW% of NWI4 20 43 28 20 R. N. :Miller ___?_.___.. 3.35 vice in an official capacity of any .:%,

OAK PARK ___'_'__ 3Z 42:9 W1h of Gov. Lot 3.- 21 43 28 70 Gober Turkey Farm __ 5.52 kind. So far I learn he has
Lots 31 to 33 and 36 Unknown ..-._-----..-.,."-..- 2.37 S1hof STV %, ___..._ 21 43 28 80 R. ,N. Miller '___.______.__.._ 10.58 as can '

Beg. NE Cor of NE14 %, .of NW1A. ___.OM. 22 43 28 80 J. E. Brecht Est _._.._?_._ 10.58 never taken part in, any civic move >

of SEQ. W 817 ft. SE& of SW'4 and ment for the benefit of his city, ::':';
to E Line of Bridge : Gov. Lot 6 __..__ 30 43 28 80 R. N. :Miller __.__.,_..,_____ 10.15
St. R'VY. Sand .h..' SE% of SE1,4. ___ 30 43 28 40 E. S. Royer ??._____...___ 4.79 state or nation. He has never been :,j

Parallel St: RWy' NE% of NW14 ___ 31 43 28 40 R. ,N. :Miller _h.._.._____...: 4.79W1 conspiciously identified with any .:,)-::
642. 5 ft. E; 889 ft. to of NW'.4 _...__ 31 43 28 80 E. S. Royer ..._____. 7.69 '
Pt. S of ,Beg. N to ) N W% .-.:..._....:.___..._ 33 43 28 160 B. S. Royer ___._._..: 14.92 patriotic or charitable endeavor. He ;

Beg. __.__..___.___ 32 .42 .29'. .' 12.40 J. 'H.. Caldwell. Estate _..? 16.87 NE'i of NE% _.__.;. 5 44 28 40. R. N. :Miller. _..._____. 4.07 has never been elected by public ''s.
'. ., ;. N% of NE% of SW{
:Manning Add. to 1.3- ". ; _, .:. vote to any office. His record seems :
and SE% of NEVi, b. .. _
.. 32 '
Belle 9 ...._--._-_---.-....;._._.----'.... 42'29Lot ..", .. G. A. Hill __._......:_....___.....__ 1.41L of SWHW .__.._____ -5 44 28 36 R. N. Miller ._____.___....... 3.23 to be confined to money'' making. ;.:.
'. ,' % of SE14 of NE1A
ncll: nUll: Terrace ': \' .. of NW i _.___.':"..._' 8 44 28 5 Mrs. Bessie C. Leftwich, est 2.20 He made millions for. himself and :. ;f

.: Sub. SE/ of S'V1 E1r'a of SEi of NE1! his millionaire associates. ":.>.
and W'/a of NE1/
of S\'A _____: .._._ 32:; 42 20' \.. of NWJiNTV ___. 8 44 28 5 Mrs. Bessie C. Leftwich, est 2.20 As head of the billion dollar ;:
Lots 1, 2, 3, 20, 21-, 22 .i" Dr. Ethel Eisner -..,...-.-.----. 2.32 % _..._._____._. 17 44 28 160 Capt. L. I. Evans _____ 12.03 ',:',

Lot 4 ___._.__._.- --4- ," Jane Hune -..---.-+..._.- 1.41 S% of SW _._____._ 18 44 28 80 R. N. Miller ______.__.___ 6.24 utilities corporation from which

Lots ''11, 25 to 30, '34, : '.4 .r-:,,.. : ,- SE%. .,-_._ ...-__ 18 44 28 160 Mrs. J.' H. Nelson OM..__....? 12.03 he resigned late in June of this .1

to 44 ___._____ I'r'" T. L. Williams -..------ 4.58 L. V. Hull SD of Gov. '
R. E. Kurtz 1.41 lot 11 in _,__.._.._ 6 43 \ 29 year, his greatest achievement seems ;
Lot 211 _..__..____...._ : \ ----------
.. ': .1i.. :Mrs. Ella, :May Solder -- 2.33 and Gov. Lots 2, 3, to have been his feat of wangling '
Lots 221 and 222 ___ 141 41n _...:..._....._ 7'43 29 ;
Lot 250 _____.:=-__. '.' : .. Anna 1Vonderly --- 20 less RW. ST. RD.S 3 TV. N. Stallings ..___._.___...._. 4.30 $23,000,000.00 out 'of the tax. pay- ''x

Lots 255, 257, 258 to. ''."Jt./f- u... Kurtz .. _.___ 2.67 CITY OF LABELLE :- ,' '. United States for his -
'.. .,. R. E. _..___..___ ers of the .r'
.64 __._.._._._T_....... ,, Section 4, 5 and 8 ,

I Lots 276 to 282, 289 '' ',;;,')' :," .R. E.' Kurtz .'... .. 5.52 Block 1, Lots 6to 12 ,.. .... Alice E. Hall ...._.____.._.____ 5.73 company. ;:;1
,::" : ;-----
._... .
.
__ .
_. .
to 293 ; ; Y GOODNO SUB. OF ..' all like this: When
: : ; R. E. Kurtz ___.____ 1.41Lots It happened
; .
294 and 295 : : {: ,
\ Lots 286, { R. E. Kurtz __.....____ 1.41 BLOCK J :
> .', the TVA began to serve the people :.
297 __.. _
and
296 '.. \' AlIce E. Hall .. .. .. 8.09 Lot 21 .____ Ed M. Kirkwood ...._____ 4.85
Lots 10 to 12 ____ : ... :, --- Lots 17, 19 _,__,.__,___ S ">,,' .' A. Onorato _...?_._,__..___ 26.87 inN the Tennessee Valley with electric '.:
Elbarado Sd. of Dlks. -. GOODNO SUB. OF : ': to complain ;
'Willkie
:
D, E or Busers Add. : ,' W'/a of Block 6 _,_, 4 43. 29 5 power began {
to l.nBelle _,____.__ 32 42 '29-- '. S 1-3 of Lots 1 to 3 '. ., :) :" ? that the government was furnishing :
... 5.22
.E. D. Douglas ............._ --- \ :
_.. ..
__ .
Lots 10 and 11 -' '..,' less 22% ft. on S ,,;:. ,- ': : unfair competition to his privately
.
Kirkwood Park Sd 1i: \ ? end and lots 7-8 '. '
,
A. In NE'of SE1/4 .. .: Also 2 ft onN side -..:".... .. "" ';S-. -, 'J owned utility company. The gov .

lying "r of Road 32 42 :3' -. /. :: of Lot 9 ____.._... "I.' }' '. Jas Newcomb _.?___..__._._ 7.64 : ernment fairly agreed to buyWillkie's ,-
,
Lots 6, 8, 10. II, ; _.__..._ 5.52 Lots 38-40 less 50 ft 0:'. : ," 5-, very .
..... .,
._.__ 'H. S. Gove : : : : J' _L_ 18.37 and offer- ;
Block 2 off E end _'_._. t. -' J., H. Caldwell, est. : I power company

SW'!; of / and .. Lots 11, 12 _._____.,_ I :' .: : : .1 'R. H. Magill, est. __.,_.. 13.66 I (Continued on Page 6) '

NWQ of SW,4 and__. 1 43 '28160 I D. S. Henry _._...:...--.__...-...- 15.52 JOSES AND LARA- ".' ..'
B
of SWQ
Sly '
5 : .
,. BEE SD OF BLOCK:: : "
Washington Gardens 7Block_ ___ 4 43 ,:"'3 c \ NOTICE OF TAX SALE FOR DE-
__._... 2 43.28 .. :
SD of NWVj H. .. 1.18 12, less tract LINQUENT 1939 SOUTH FLORIDA
J. Ramsey
--- -- --
Lots 4 and 5 Block .33 ,_,_ 1.18 175x75 ft. in S'V'' CONSERVANCY DISTRICT TAXES. ,!
r Lot 28 Block 41 __._ E. P. Irving f?- Cor. _.__ ?______...._ T. N. Wiggins _.__.__.._ 5.46

Lots 35 to 28 inc., STE'V ARTS SD BLKS: given that all
1.85 'Notice is hereby
Block 49 ____._ I Nora and Green :Mills -- 13, 33 and 34 ___ 4 43 29 2nd,
N' of NW14 of Lot 1 ._______.__,. S Sara L. Hill __..__._._._.___ 7.50 lands delinquent on September of SOUTH
1940, for non-payment
and SW of BLOCK 21 DAVEN- .
NW11 ;
SW1A, of NW14 ...__ 3 43" 28 60 B. F. Stewart _._..__._..____ 6.84 PORT SD ____ 4 43 29 FLORIDA CONSERVANCY DISTRICTtaxes

Sth of, SW1 ._._.__,,._ 3 5 43"' 28 160 R. N., :Miller .,._._..._...__._...... 7.69 Block 35 _______._ S. A. Graves _i__ ..._._.___. 9.26 for the year be 1939, or so to much pay

NEI4 of SW1h and a' S 7 Block 36 ____..... Robt.. _E. KetringR. __.___,__ 9.26 thereof the amount as may due for necessary'taxes on said
475 ft. wide Block 37 Highland \ -
strip lands for said year, together with
0 Ildti. SD ,. ..__ 4 43 29
E Side of SE14 '
on of SW14 _....____.... 4: 43 28 57. Geo D. Williams ,__;;,..........- 5.69 Lots 2 to 5 .__-___..-..-. .. N. Miller -............_._..._......._ 3.98 the cost of sale District specified,will in the be laws soldat

E' of Sw1/ of NE1t Lots 24 to 32 _._._.,...;__i\, R. N. Miller _....._.....,_.........._ 4.86 governing said auction ,beginning at

and NEV, of NE1 5 43., 28 50 Geo. D. Wllliams H'''_'_'_'__ 5.09 Block 40 <'QUESTE3VD" Twelve public(o'clock noon on the 2nd day

ACRES SD _..___.._ 4 43 29
WIDE '28'. Lot 7 Irma Delaney .__......-.__._.. 2._2 of September 1940 at the front doorof
.. ESTATES No. 1 __. :2; 43 '' ? House in the City of
Tax Delinquent 1.-._..-..__ 1.18 BLOCK 41 'Sii--SD 4 43 29 the Court
Block K, Lots 1 to 10 and continue until
.. _. LaBelle Florida,
H. C. Delaney __ 3.10
Lots 1. 17 and 18 ._ -
SE1,, of SE1! Exc. ': said sale is completed.A .
Beg. SE Cor. SE%., BLOCK 42 AIKEN: SD 4 43 .29 complete. list of such delinquent
N 28 Rds. 5 ft. W 28 Lots 1, 2 and 3 w.....__ R. N. :Miller _--..--_ 3.10, lands is available for public inspection -

Rds. 5 ft., S 28 Rds. ., Lots 8 and 9 __ __ G. C.' Mazzerl ______ 2.22 during the business hours at
5 ft __.:..___..___ 4 43' 28 35 n. N. :Miller __.._.____.__ 5.281 Lots 11 and 12 .,_.._ C. L.. Yeomans __.______ 2.85 the office of the Tax Collector for the ,

EIh of NWQ of NE14 rand Lot 18 ______.__ E. M. Cornette ___.______ 1.34DotylInyne County of Hendry in the Court House

Ely of .W% of SD ......... 4 '. 43 29 at LaBelle Florida, and inquiries as
30 R. N. Miller ..,___....__ ..... "3.95 I .
. NW14 of NE1ii _._ 5 .13 28 --- Lots '1, 14 and 18. lands included in such delinquentlist
, S1h of SW'5 I 43 28 80 A. l-L Reed '__"-..,._'._'____' 7.69I Block 44 ..._.___.._._ Roy Lewis i.-.._.....__..._.__ 6,92 to by mail or by telephone, or

I SW of SE1A. -_:._. 5 43 28 40 R. N.' Miller _._._.._._______ 4.01 HEDGE'S SUB. ..._._._? .i 43 29 in person, during business hours, will
Lot 26 .___,.__. :_.___ S Mary Coulter --.-...------ 2.22 be fully answered by the office of
I.
Sly of NE'4 of NWJ .
_....__. _____ 2.22 I
Miller
R. N. .1
and N1f. of SE1t of Lot 28 __.__ .___._ said .Tax Collector. .

II I; NWI/ _._ = __.._ .._ 6 43 28 40 R. N. Miller ._____.__._.__ 4.67 Block 46 S1 exc. Beg. R. N. Miller,
NW'/ of NW--; ........".'_( 6 43 28 40 R. N. Miller .-:....._w..__._..__ 4.07 100 ft. S of NW Tax Collector of Hendry
Cor.E110ftS510Sft.N110ft.W110:; ,. County, Florida.
'of SE 1of ; '
S'h
and of 14 of '6 43 28 100 R. N. Miller ___..___..____ 9.44 '
Ey '' ft to Beg. _._......._.._ 5 43 29 Mary :B. McCormack' .--_.- 6.93 FOR DELINQUENT -
E1of SEQ and SALE
NWi of SE14 .. 6 43 28 120' A. H. Reed ._,_...___.____,_._ 10.15 Block 46 Sly Beg. 110 '. ,- NOTICE OF TAX 1939 EVERGLADES
ft. S of NW Cor.
,
ofN1v4 TAXES.
1'Vl" less_.__NW4... __._.._ 7 43 28 120 R. N. MIller _?___..- 11.60 E 110 ft., S 110 ft. : .: '. DRAINAGE DISTRICT

N'VJ4 of SW'4 ._....__ 7 43 28 40 40 J.J. C.C. Johnson Johnson ____.__ 4,07NE1 4.01 N to 110 Beg.ft, _TV.__...110_........_ft._..,. 9 43 ..29 Mary B. McCormack, ---..' 6.44 Notice is hereby given that all
r ; of S'V", __._ 7 43 28 '
160 R. N. Miller _.._ ___.____ 14.92 Block CO nnd 51 Hlck- f' "i' -. lands delinquent on September 2nd,
SEtA _____________ 7 43 28 ? pocbee lilts. SD ... 9 43 29 ,' ... .! 1910, for non-payment of EVER-
.
NE4
of NW1/ and Lots 21 and 22 in Vi DRAINAGE DISTRICT taxes

EIh SE 1, less E1 of Block F __...._'-.... Nellie"" ]'elk y ___._5._.__.:_.. 2.52 for GLADES the year 1939 or so much
or 5
NEis SEK of Block 55: LiuBelle thereof as may be necessary to pay
and less N 1hof Highlands SD _.._ 9 43 29 the amount due for taxes on said
NEl1 of NE1iof ..... :..._....... :. 1.34Bloek with
NE1! ____-_._._ ___. 8 43 28' 3,0 A. H. Reed ;...'.;.._" _._._ 27,27NV1 Lot 24 __'__"__ .. R. J. Love. S S' ; --- lands for said year, together the laws

I of NW1. ........._ 9 43 28 40' R. N. Miller ,__.Nr.._ 4.79 58 LmBelle 29 the cost of said sale District specified, will in .b& sold
9 43 governing
f 1 A. in SE Cor. SY.3 Highlands &D ___._ 1.34 at
II of SWI44 of NW" ? 9 .13 28 1 .' J.- J. May _...._.:.-:.._. ___.__ 1.48 Lot 12 ._?. ?.. .. =:: A. B. Anchors Jr. ..... at Twelve public o'clock auction noon on beginning the 2nd day
o Block 64 Mannings!
That Pt. I'I
of S\V1A of I door
I NW'i of Jacks B._ 10 '43 23 10 J. 'H. Dyess ___.____._..:____ 4.62 SD __________.._ 9 43 20 of September 1940 at. the the front City of
House in
Lot 4 less 8 ft off \VEnd of the Court
NWIof SE of 1.64
until
I ___._ Beasley and Stoudemire LaBelle Florida, and continue
S ____.._ ._
'I 1 ''NW1 Sec. 10 Also '. Block 72 ._...___ J, H. Caldwell, est ._..._- 5.73 said sale is completed.A .
I all SWof NWIaE 11' list of such delinquentlands
Blocks 77, 78 79, and complete
I 1yg E'ly from 80 LaBelle Terrace 9 43 29 is available, for, public inspection -
JacKs Branch and Florence M. Hoch ?..-..- 1.34 during the business hours at
Block Lot 18
rt Denaud Slough .:..' SEM, less B. RR Yards 9 43 29' R, N. Miller _w.----.- 44.49 the office of the Tax Collector for the

having Cen of Deh. I Beg 50 ft. TV and 25 ........ County of Hendry in tho Court House
and Slough its 'V'\y ft. S of NE Cor. of at suchndelinquent
Bdry ._. ___ 10 43 '28' 22 Federal Land Bank of Col. 6.47 Gov. Lot 3, S 75' ft. ..., ,. ., ,', ,- to andsllincFlorida.n
Nth of NE _, 11' 43 28 28 Chas Carter ____ 9.85 TV 150 ft. N-75 ft., : ,' .' ,' list, by mail or by telephone, or
NE4 of NV'- ___._.: 11 43 28 40 R. N. Miller __ 5.52 ,'. E 150 ft. ,to Beg. 5 43..29 -. L. C. Dulaney. --__ 13.10 in person during business hours will
NW's N., Miller __ 5.52 ? by the office cr
NWJ4'of 11 43 28 40 R. Beg 755 ft S and 830 be fully answered
SW'4 of NW1A and ft. TV of NE Cor. of said Tax Collector.
WIla of Wlh of .. R. N. Miller
Gov. Lot 3. ;W 120 J-
I' NESIPI71 tOfNWNW* .11 43 '23 60 C. C. Hires 3.95 : Tax Collector of Hendry

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PAGE SIX THE CLEWISTON NEWS .

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FulminationsContinued Description s"
T R A Owner Amount

Description S T It.A Owner Amount A1l ----...-__._ 23 43 30
All ._ 1i40 J. B. Hend1Y: _._..._____ 35.68
( from Page 5) -- 26 43 30 .
640 J. D. Hendry ___
!t.. N to Riv. E nlg. All 35.68
_
unsurveyed '1 :
43 '
ed. to him $55,000,000.00 for 31 50 J. B. Hendry 9.26
of
pay Riv. to pt. N All .
unsurveyed --_ 2 43 31 68 J. B. Hendry ___.. ..._, _._ _,
Beg,, S to BeS' .. :5 .13 29 J. H. Caldwell.esL .. All _. 9.26 +
his utility company in that area. --- :.___ 16.05 unsurveyed --- 3 43 31 73 _
__
J. B. Hendry ___
..\ All ..... ... ... 9.26
Ilords Add. A SD -- -- _._ 10. 43 31
Willkie refused to accept this offer "J', ,,' All .... .. 640 J. Br Hendry ,....______ 35.68
'V .......... ..... 11.
of 4 acres In ( -- --- 43 31
..
640 __....
..
.J. B. Hendry _._
and began a speakingwriting' and Part of Gov Lot 1 S 43n. All -._....._.-._..---_---_..___ 12 43 31 640 J. B. Hendry _-._._...._L-_ 35.68 35.68

propaganda campaign to bulldoso Block .A Lot 4 "..".--"'". .' ,. -. ; Sallie Gravely M____.___"__ 1.34 All -._...-.,.-------_..- .13 43 31. 640 J. B. Hendry ._. ..._. ..::__ 35.68

the government into paying him Block LYNN A.HIGH Lot 8 1'OINT-...-.. Unknown ..._..__ 3.10 All All E'6 _-and...--.--NWJA--__ 14 43 31 640 J, 'B. Hendry __-.. 35.68


bludgeoned and .............. 5 32 '1. and LI% _-.____ 22 43 31
more. He finally sun. __.._........_ :" All .,,.... ..._. 23 43 640 J. B. Hendry ___:_..r_ 22.75
------- 31
the government into paying Block. 2, Lots 21 and All ._. 640 .J. B. Hendry -- ---- 35.G8
ballyhooed 22 _...__._.__.__ J Ceo." Poole --.,_....-.....__....._._ 6.03Deg. All ..:--...---.. -..:.- __ 25 2.1' 43 31 6,10 J. B. Hendry _._._...__-_ .35.68
43
- --- 31
him $78,000,000.00. 1347 ft. Sand 50 Allfl .,.:...__-...._---__.__. 26 43 31 640 640 J. B. Hendry _..___._ 35.68
When Willkic's Ballyhooers be- I' ft. 'V of NE Cot.Sec. E% --:.. ..______:.___ 27 43 31" 640 J. B. Hendry ________ 35.6&
5V 137 ft., S All SW'4 J.: B. Hendry ...._______ 18.07
blow off about his achievements 'J ,. \ .. ------ 34 43 31 160 J. B. Hendry _.._._.___.___ 8.86
to f& E137ftN
gan 100 ; All __...nn.__._...,?____._- 35 '43 31 640 .
as a business man they boast 100 ft. to Beg. m.__.... t:_ ,Yo P. &. Audrey Andrews. 9.63 All _..-..-..._.....----.__- 36 43 31 6.10 J. B. Hendry _______ 14.55
Beg 1447 ft. Sand 50 .. S All .._._._.,..___n____ _.. 16 47 31 J. n. Hendry .___,.__,__,_ 35.68
about this $23,000,000.00 he got ft.. W of NE Cor. 610.. n. N. Miller _____.____._ 36.3
Sy of of "
for his' utility company, as thought See. fi, 'V 137 ft., S f ..., of NEy4 SWI/4 and N NWI/% of
260 ft., E 137 ft., N t. /1"NWJ,4
klng the tax payers for a $23- 260 ft. to Beg. _.L_... 5 43 29 \Y. P. &. Audrey' Andrews 8.70 of S\VJA, of.. 5 I
NEYJ and S76 of
.f .
000,000.00 ride makes a man a COLLEGE VIEW A '. I .
sun. OF PART 011' .' SE1,4. of NEt{ of .
great business executive.If FRASER TRACT _. 5 43 %9 NW3'4 and Nth of t ;

Willkie has any conspicious ANDREWSADD.Lot 6 _.__.._ ."I .1\1. A. Pace ...._;_____.'_.___ 4.8G NW14 NE'. of_...--SEJA'-_::._of._ 23 48 31 20 .
business man, Heronima & Thelma Carson 6.86
achievements as a rill :. /' 43 20 : AU ... ... .. 23'
LABELLE --- --- 43 32
other than this feat of gouging the Block 8. Lots 11 and c, All -................-------_ 14. 43 32 597 609 F. L. Williamson ___._ 39.88
Nannie
'Vhldden ____
_
government and the tax payers out 12 -.-,--.-...-.----.... .- LouIs O. Gravely ___.__ 2.52 EI/a and NWM -.-.-. 15 43 32 448 Nannio 'Vhidden __ 3.88!)
} .._ ... ._L : 39.88
Lots 22 and 23. Block 15 32
-- --
All '
160 J. B. Hendry _________
of an extra $23,000,000.00 for the 8 ----- .._.._.... ._ Vera Helms __.____: ._ 4.35 --"-"'--'-.-"-'-"-',,-_ Iii 93 32 640 J. B. Hendry _._._._.__._ 16.23
benefit of himself and his billion E% 24 -__.......___..._ Sn.. .:' .Unknown ______.__,._ 1.34 I AU -.._.-.-_-__.._._,__..__ 18 43 32 640 J. B. Hendry ____ 39.88 39.88
All ... ._ ...
AVALON PLACE ___ '''l... ; -- -- --: -_ 20 43 32
it has ; 640 J. B.. Hendry __,. __ 39.88
dollar utilities corporation, Lots 7 and 8 -;: .-.._-- J ,t. J; 0. Davidson ..__..:- 3.98 All --'''--''-'''' 21 43 32 640 J. B. Hendry
-
been kept a secret from me. If he Lots 9 and 10 _..__.._. ,. ., L I Alice E. Stannard,_..__::_..._ 3.98 All -..-.-.-..--____ 22 43 32 640 J. B. Hendry r------_____ 39.88 39.88
..
NWI/,4 .,...... .._ 23
43
UFAlIlYIE'V" sun. ------ 32 160
: S J. n. ___ _.
has other conspicious and out- All ... Hendry : _. 39.88
any -. __._. 24 43 32
4
OF LOTS to 9 ofE'r ----- 623 F.
L. Williamson _.
_._
standing achievement to his credit of NL'/t S. .J3 :':11.' .... All -_....__.._----._.-_ 25 43 32 640 J. B. Hendry _______ 39.88 39.88
Lots 80 to 10,1 less 8 '. All -.....-..-_-_.-.___ 26 43 32
T invite his millionaire managers to >" '.: k .c... -J _11 ... __ 640 J. 13. Hendry _____..__ 39.88
ft. on: E end lots 80 ,' 27 42 32
,.: 1 : ::: -- 640 .1.. R. n..nr1rv.. on eeAor
make it known. If he is a miracle- to 83 ....___..__..____. ,J; ;' :' ". : A. Onorato'. _____...:.:;.;....___ 8.10 NE';4, of N'\V% -- --- --" ----4 "".00

working business man, who can Lots 126 to 150 less 8 <. ,:i.:::: : '" N- of N'VJj --.--- 29. 43 32 5 Unknown ___..::__:._._.:.__ 2.73
ft off E end lots '5.-S.. .-. '> % of SE1/ of NW4 -

transform insolvency into solvency, 126 to 129 -.......-.- .' .. <;,, A. Onorato _. __.__' 6.33 of NW1/ _..---.-. 29 43 32 5 Unknown ___.._.___._.__..__ 2.73 ..
W1h NW 3i of .
LAnELLE HEIGHTS ; ).
destroy : -
loss to profit and .
a
change a ,
sun. _._.L ___ s -:-43 :m. :. ':' N\V'4 _:. 29 43 32 20 Unknown .........,.-_.__.......__ 4.70
a deficit, he and his managers Lots 1, 2wand 3 less ''''; ': \ .1 E% of SW4 of

should be willing to tell the people 8 ft. off E end._.. .- ?- .: Mrs. W. A. Jones ...:.;..._,:::.__ 3.20 N'\V'4 -' .: --.:: 29' 43 ..32 20 Unknown _......_:_..._L..._._ 4.70
Lot 4 less 8 ft. off E., .. ;; : 'I N1 of N\V of S\V14 '

just when and where he accomplished end .__._ .. ..' : John W. Gallagher of NW3'4 ...---..__ _, 29 43 32 5 :;::
---- ? !J.' .....__ 1.64 ? Unknown _.,.:-,-:__..::.:;....__ 2.73
such wonders. Lots 5, 6' and 7 _..... ...i.< '.-' .t' ,.t .. :Mrs ')V. A. Jones ":;,__, 3.98 NEJ4 of. N\V14 of .. -'.
: ....... ,
What does he stand for? It is Beg 1088 ft Wand 'r"- '. :44 '/'. WSWI of ----- ___ 23 43 32 10 Unknown .___.......;. _._.___ 2.73
30 ft. S of NE Cor. : .-' :\, ,, __ NWtof '

hard to say just what he does stand' of NE14 Sec. 8 S 660 i '. ( S\V-____._ 29 43 32 20 J. P. Hendry __._.n_. ._._._. 4,70
for. He is running on the Republican ft. W 330 ft. N :. : : ..n '. SE14 of N\V1/4 of :
660 ft., E 330 ft to '< : ". ;; SW Y--____ 29 43 32 10 Unknown __ /
.J : ____
: : < ____._ 3.72
Party's platform, but it is generally Beg. _._____ 8 .43 A29) .. 5 Mrs. Sara Cooper _,_..____ 6.36 All _-...-.-.-_.__._ 5-55- 31 42 32 642 J. 13. Hendry ____ ...,_ 39.88
Deg. 1418 ft. Wand '' -- All -...-.--?.---...:.-_ 32' 43 32 642 ,
it stands for almost J. n. Hendry __.__..__._:
agreed that ;; ;! : 39.88
All ._...... .._
._ = ____
50 ft, S of NE Cor '" .' '.. .. 33 43 32 6.10 J. B. Hendry _._.._._ ..__.. 39.88
everything in general and of Sec. 8, S 660 ft.: ,' ,;'. < ':?;,; "' : ; "' ( All _.-.-.-_:--?-_. --_ 3.1 '43 32 640 J. B. Hendry ._._._....:-'_..___ 39.88

nothing in particular. It is notable W 330 ft N 660 it, .' .y ". All ....of_... 35 43 32 6-10 J. B. Hendry .____._._;.__ _.. 39.88

E 330 ft'to Beg. ...:.. 8 43 29 \ 5 A. Onerato .,.:w_..._.:.,...:.._:.,:..,._ 6.93 W1h NW3iof -
and significant that the Republican BELMONT sun. 011" NE1/4 of NWJ4. 5- 5 '
5
Party's platform for 1940 does not 'VVa: or NE'A _._.__ S' -43:3. SE% of NW1.4. S/3 5 .. ',r:

Lot 35. Block: 1 _._.., James A. Zipperer ._.___ 1.34 of NEIEl of a :.....'.':. ?: _
call for the repeal of a single law Lot 1, Block 2 ?......-._._ .' Wise .... :...-.-___.___-:...-...:.__ 1.34 NWJ4 of NEJ,4. WIk / :. -: ': ; "': ';.'

passed by the Democratic Adminis- Block 13. Lot 17 _.._ Louise -D. Darn well _.____. 1.34 of NE44: of NE4'of ...' .-- ,'.". '.<,;t' ,'
I
<
'al N'VJAof NE14 l'I
FORD PARK: sun. 8' 4.t.: '
"
tration during the past eight years. Section 1, Lots 1 to' .; -NE1NEt4 of SE4, .. \ ', ;;:.. '_.

In Denver on July 12th the 162 _.._____ ,. :;.., I 'J : J ... City. of LaBelle .___...___--.- 11.33 SW33' of SE'4 _._ 10".44 32 255 J. C. Jackman .--?,oct a?,..-_. 14.63
All .. .
Section 2. Lots 1 to ---------- 15 44 32 640. J. C.
utilities millionaire Willkie said he Jackman ___::..:::-...._ 36.94
____.__ _.. Sth of NW/4 and '
165 .._ S City of LaBelle _. ___ 11.33 I' '. './
.
would dedicate himself to three ENGLEWOOD TERR- NW1; of SW3' -- 22 44 32 120 J. C. Jackman ..... .
ACE SUllo ____,____ 8 43"' .9 S\V of SE% 22 9.56
-- 44 32
.
united --- 40.T. C. Jackman _
_._
.things: 1. "I want a people ____ 3.98
... .... .... J
Section All -- --.:-. 27 44 32 6.10
B. Lot 8 _.._..... Mae Cole & Jessie Stafford 1.34 J. C. Jackman _. ___ 35.68
without class distinction or hatred. S of 84 to 113 and '. WY.z of SWIi -....-- 28 H 32 80 J. C. Jackman __.__._. 7.50

2. "I want the rehabilitation of our S1of 115 to 120 ; E1h of SEt{ of SW%. "'..

and All 114 __..__. '. SAL RR. .._....___..+......._.?._.._ 6.33 and N'VJ,4 of SEI4 '. ';
economic life. 3. "I want the 'VY.z .of SW 1/4of SWJ,4 11 .43 29 1 20 1\largaret Perkall L.: ._.,.__ 5.73 of WJ.4 -..-- 28 .44 32 30 \ W. H. Adams .. .. .__....:::- 3.70 r

building of an adequate defense Eof SEJ,4 of S'VJ.11; 43 29 20 S. E. Sanchez __'___._"'_.'_ 22.47 NWI4'of SEA.: andNE'h '.
S%' of and W of SW4 of ;
NW4 % .
Well who doesn't want .
program. of SWI/ of NE}4. 14. 43' 29 100 Mrs. May 1\Iaglll ______._ 16.Gl'' SE 4. and Wof S S .
all three these but the NE14 and SJJ SW%, of SE14 --._ 28 H 32 ,70 T. C. Jackman
of things, of _:-....__.:.___ 7.52
and \V1h of NE>! :;":-''''''-- 32 1.4-1 32 8.0' 'Yo H.
is them NW14 NEJ,4 of Adams _..._,;..__.__ 9.26
problem how can we get N'V'4 and S% ._.._. 16 43 29 Alexander C. Zabriskia a._ 53.89 NE% of NW34 and 5' -
especially the first two. Willkie LUCKEYS sun. OF A. in NW Cor of I. ,
r
hasn't said word about how he Ella of VEJA of I- SEI44 of NW'/4 ___ 32 44 32 45' J. WVright: _.__._::_...._ 8.10
a N'VJ,4 of NWJ,4 .. 32 44
32
NEI/ _''''.__''_'''_'_''. 11 43 20 '" 40 .Horace G. Stouthard _.___ '5.73
expects to get a "united people" Block 3. Lots 7, 8 J .SEV4 of NWA less 5 .

and "rehabilitation of economic and 14 _.___.....'- 'f H W. Luckey _....:.:_.:.-:..__. 1.64 SE A. In NW Cor. '.,_- 32 44 32 35 ay W. H. Adams ____..f.__ 6.03
our Block 3. Lots 9 to 11 -' ..-i I .' ,'- Oscar Luckey _,,___ 1.34 14 of SWli and .r .
life". Coming out boldly in favor Block 4, Lots 9 and""if'.
of both of these things without 20 _._.__ fe._._....., ".. Ed Prescott __"..___.____._ 3.40 S\V31 -----. --_ 32 .44 32 60 J. C. Jackman ___:.::....:. 6.33
Block 4. Lot 17 ___-I .' .:. : >;'_ Mattie Durnette ___.:..._._ 2.22 NE14 of ISE14 ---- 32 44. 32 .40.. S. L. Spjcar ___.,___- 5.73
telling how they can be obtainedis FAVORS sun. .._..__ 11. 43 ::U. SWv. of NE and I ; ? ;'''' -.C.. ."_ ,,<. ,_,

about like declaring in favor of Lot 3 __."___.._:0't.. J. J. May ______.____ 1.34 E3of NWJ.4 ---...- 34'44 32 120. J. C. JacI Lot 5 ..--__.._._...... flit.: :Mary Cochran _____._ 2.22 PROVIDENCE CITY < t<
perfect health but not _telling now ROYAL PALM .-.' ', 'SUB. OF sw'/4 OF" ,': ..

to eliminate the various diseases ESTATES No. 2 ':, .. 'VVa: 011' SE% _...._ 3.& ...4 32 f' .".-A ., .. p
j.r
__.. .. 11' Lots 25 and 26, Block ,. ., '_ .
___.... 43 ::U- : .; ;- .
that prevent perfect health. L tsb7 and 8 _.__,:.?. .'$ :':' f. : Mrs. Sara Powers Thomas 1.34 ots ----...---. ',"'" S -'< ..;. W ]'f. Bradley.< ._ 1.64

If Willkie knows how to attain Lots 27 to 30 .______ Rev. Wm. Brayshaw _".__', 2.22 Lo2t 39. to..!::... Block '.; :' ;:> .;:.- ; >t ":':
Melvina
N1 of SI of SEJ, : Berry __.
these things, he ought not to keepit Lots 32 and 33. Block '. :. 1.64
; .
.
C .
NE ? -
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o exc. 1% ., ..._.. .. .. ..... S :. :__
23 _..... :
a secret. The people are in no acres in NE .Cor ...... 17 43 29'. .t.,8.51 James Newcomb, ... _.__- ."..8 2 ? "'24' ? s :r _:' Lorenzie Kennhell \ 1.64
LOt 23 ) .

mood to be fooled by a few high- Beg 25. ft 343 S ft of NE Wand Cor.1,; f'' .'" ,'s .'. ". ,'.,'-'. '. .:.,"',' ,, 26 ._..:_and_.?_ _, Block_._.,. ?'..: .:+.:,.. _..: -./:< : Cora., Thomas -"' : ....=:..= 1.64:

sounding, but meaningless phrases. of N1 of 5I of :." GAHFIF.J..iI} CITY sun 3441.; .; ; 32 ', '; -
.
,' :... Lots 11 and 12, Block ',' ;" S"I.'r" : \ "
SE\4\ of NE33't 1V. .'.. : : ''
Willkie can't ". r. '
win 4 '
by mouthing a : L' 1 '
137 ft. S 140 ft. E ," '" ; ) "if, :' Curtis .Avant __..... _
: ....
".!, > ''' '1 t. x, :,- : :- 1.64
Lots
15 .
few shop-worn: platitudes. I have 137 it. N 140 ft. to : : : .. 1.. i ..: ;; ._ and 16, Block ,
.. _. ._ ,. "* : ; );:! .. 1 .-.--.-..r.-------- .. ": ;' Kelly
Deg. _.__.
_
.5 : Strong .
known candidates for constable who ? 17.43 ,9 B. A. Wiggings:.__ ._.._:::-_ .H Lots 24 to 27. Block ., 1 ----:._:,-- 1.6.1
,
.
Beg. 40 Rds.S t. .
could produce phrases more originaland Cor. Sf rO : "" '- : : :' 1 .....---.---...-.--- S "I J. J. Thornhill
.NW34, :: : 7 :_ _, ;z: .::;' ; : ':: : Lots 2 and 3. Block: 2 1"------ 1.64
catchy than this stale stuff ft. 4 In..04W 208 ft 8 ; ;' r. : P,.j, .' '. : Lot 24 Block 2 .' .. .,'. Mrs. J. C. Weeks _.___ 1.34
in.. S it. 4 In. ..,;. 'I.f : ;. ---- ., ', : ,. Laura TaYlor _...__.__,_. 1.31
that Willkie released at ;; ,- Lot 23. Block 4 '
Denver. E 208 ft. 8 in. to '. ,', : ---- ; ; Fannie A. Beatty' ___ 1.34
:'; J Block -
: : 5. Lots 1 and 2 '
Nothing that he or his "ghostwriters" I3 g. ---------.- 17'. 43 29. .5 Roy A. Rimes :, .-: ..: ...-i-- 160 Block : '. Carrie Dranham ___ 1.34
; 5. Lots 45 and ..
Lot 3 in N% of NW'4 17 43 29' 10 Corrine Forrey ._._ .._._ ......._ 3.10 :. .'
'
46 .. ._ ..
have : .. :
published : :
in of ,
any DEAYOX:: sun. OP ,: ; '. '_.\ _' - ; Wallace & Ethel Banham 1.64
.
: I Block 9 Lots ;
the magazines tells specifically what Lots ri, 6, In W1/ 45' and : ,:":- ". : .
of NW ,I' .o ,. 46 ?._------.- '.,_' LIllie Butler _
he % exc..8. A ,.__, ..' ; ?_._.___ 1.64
stands for. After hearing himon .In S/ of Lot G __. ..1143 20 : SETS of NW3j _-..._... 36 ,' 45 j 32.- 40 Eura Dee Durance ____

the radio, listening to him in Lots 9 to 11 .._._..___....... T. E. Hedges _.__..._.: _......, 4.86 Elf of NES of 9 S 4.86

the newsreels and reading most of Lots 14 and 15 _...__..... E. P. Booth _.__.:..._..._.__ 3.65 Wlh Mile N Canal of 9 -..-Mile.-.-.. 11 48. 32 .. 1 Unknown _______.._ 1.74

Lots 47 and 48 __....._ ,T. E. Hedges ___. ._...._.....: 1.34
.
? Canal _..
what _..
he has written and what has Elh of E1h of -- --- 11 43 33 5.{ Unknown .._.___._.. .
NEJ'i 18 43 2' 40 W. B. Manning, Jr. .._??:._ 7.50 EJh of E% of __.... .___ 9.5&
43
been written about him, about allI W1h of E1 of NEJ,4 18 43 29 40 J. L. Irvin _.--,...___._....?..._:._.. 7.50 Wof W3 of SWJ/i SW14 11 33 40 Aripeka Farms Co .:...__ 8.34
EVELYN TERRACE ,
_
,can say on this point is that he sun. OF SE% OF and 'Vlh of E114 of .,.
stands SW% W3Z of SW N of
for the 18 43 29 -

his election thereto.presidency and favors. Lots 49 to'--52"==:::::::: '. : Victor M Harris _:..,_...,..._?. 1.34 W3 9 :Mile of W Canal of SW14-.-.-- 12 43 33! 23 F. Deane Duff ___...___.... 8.25 'j

Lots 215 and 228 _._ A. S. Velie __ .
_.-:.._.._ 1.34 S of 9 :Mile Canal 12 '
What solution BELLE LA CASA 43", 33 23 F. Deane Duff \
does he offer for : 7.65
the sun __....... .__. _...... 18 43 29 EI 'of SW%, of SE14

many problems that burden and Block D, Lot 1 w 1 ,r' D. Widelity _.._....._._...-..._.__. 1.34 St of .of SE14 SE14.---of SE14.--....- 12 12 43 43 33 4 W. T. Neal _'_.___ 1.701
,
beset our ? ROYAL PALM : 33 9 Mabel Rankin __
country He has offer- I ., Hay __ 2.43
Ett of SEl4 of
NWJl 11 44
33
_ed ESTATES NO. 1 :N > ._ 20 E. R. Caven _.____ 5,38VI
no solution whatever for any of sun ___._...._.._........_.....,. ID 4:1: 29 of N'VJof SE1j 15 44 33 20 Mrs. Lillie Hartman _._ 5.38
... .
the Block EtA ? -----------...- 18 44 33 320 FIll.
major problems. 5. Lots 6 Land & Tim.
He has said and 7 Miss Ola Jean Patterson_ 1.34 : Co. 30.03
Elk of SE;V of NE14 23 44 33
nothing specific E% of SEJ4 of SE'18 ,13 29 20 Mary G. Coulter ...:... __....._._ 3.98 20 Mary 1\1. Capper _____ 5.38
about how our E1h of NWJ4 -.....__...__ ,6 44 29 .80 R. N. Miller ._.....:..--...:..._?_ 7.59 All W' .of. SW144 of._NEIj__:. 27 4 46 44 33 33 20 Geo. Knight _._...._......:.__ 5.38
biggest problem national GOv. Lots 3 and 4 and --------- 640 Fla. Land & Tim. Co. _
defense 44.81
All _.____.__
_. ,
46 33
may be solved. He has been SWI44 of NW14 ...... 344 29 120 Louis Gordon ..........__ 11.71 All .n. ? _. ,9 10 640 'la. Land & Tim. Co. 44.81
as All h'g.V ---- -?- --- 46 33 540 o'Ia. Land &
St. .. Tim.
... Co.
Hy. 16. _
44 29 53 B. F. Wells Jr. (tax) 4.07 .. 44.81
silent as a mute about any specific EIS of s\r ...._._._........ Ii 44 29 80 Jas L. Nicholson _____?. 7.59 All All _-____ L.---__ 18 20 46 46 33 33 6.10 Seaboard Highlands Inc. 44.81
solution for our next biggest All ]yg 'V of St. Hy. 28 44 2J! 22 B. F. Wells. Jr. _....____ 1.90 -- G40 Fla. Land & Tim. Co. __ 44.81

problem All lyg.V of St. H)'. 33 H 29 1 B. F. Wells, Jr. ..__._..-_.... 1.18 All --_---.---_._-- 32 47 33 640 Century Land Co. _.__.__ 35.69
unemployment. He not only Keri RR Depot LINCOLN SQUARE

has not offered any solution for Grounds ..._............_........._ 1 45 29 1.98 ACL RT Co. .........:._....__._....: 2.58 PARK OF B'2: NO....__..1____SD._ 3J: 4733 '
N'h of NWJ ..................
" this pressing and perplexing prob- NW% of NEI4 4 of 7 45 J 29 65 Lillie Maddox .____..._I ___.:.._ 3.47 Block 29. Lots 21 to ,

lem, which NEB/4 ......,_.._....__.. S 2.1 ---..-.._-..,,--_.._.... Sherman Smith .._. .
must be solved beforewe ........_ 20 .15 29 10 R. N. Miller _....___.._ 2.58 Block 45, Lots 30 to _. .._.._ 1.6-1
'
SWJ'4 or .
can have that "economic re ........_NWJ4. .. of' I. 32 -........--....-...-..-.._-......... ., .; \'..'',. .Lethe Haham
habilitation" NEJ,4 -..,.._._,.,._..? 20 : ,,45 29' 10 R. N.. Miller _....;......._..__ 1.67 Block 59. Lots 11 and -. -, .._.............-.0__._ 1.64
he prates about 'VJi... nrVJL C! 11 I ...

' 'L ue_' .HUB_ aCtually__ sam so little about, but of S'V>{ '':....?.,....__r_ 21i 45 29 10.W.. S. Shoults __.___ 2.57 37 to 39JjINCOLN --SQUARE-_... "....-... n .,.': .' Ell Thomas _.,._....__._._ 1.64
WY.J of \VI S
:, of NW4 .
: unemployment that it f NE'/ ..............._...._..... :5SV PARK NO. 2 SIJ. .
would *
: seem 27 45 29 10 R. L. Lowe _.?....__,...._.__.,... 2.57 orvya ___..._...._...__ 35: 4: 33
\ / of ..... .....
that he doesn't know it exists. I \V1h of EIS NEJ,4 of 27 45 29. 40 J. T.' Perry -.__-_._.____ 4.11 Lots 12 and 13, Block '

? suppose it is a little hard for : of NW'4 NWJ,4.. _,.. 14 _...-......---.- Hattie Bryant _____ 1.64
a --- 27. 4529 10. Jas. E. Daveroux _,_ '''' '
___ 2.57 .......... .
[t Park Avenue millionaire N'\V'4 of NWJ less All ---'--_._ 36 47 ::3:: 640 vTamiami Land. Dev. Co. 35.69
to realize S1h of SW1,4 of NE% exc. NEH of .

4. that ten million Americans are out N\VI4 of NWJ.4 _..... 27 95 29 35 Mrs. Lillie E. SEH of NEH andNWH
of work! EVz of N\Vli of NE._ .' Graing-er. 3.80 and S',_ __'''_ ? 4 .18 33 630 : Fla.. Land &, Tim. Co. ._._. 29.21

of SEJ/6 .. ............_... ..... 27. GARriELD PARK: SD '
There are two more questions Swi of NEJ4- and" 45 29 5 R. N..' Miller _":_ ._.___ 1.67 OF SEtA ....._n............. D ,is' 33 '

: that I would Elh or SE Lots 31 and 32, Block: -
of
'r '.. but I like to try to answer, N\VVi _....,..-_....-................ 28.. 4S 29 61) Wemtraub\ _.. 2 :....__...-_.___.-.._.._.. Joseph Springer ___..._ 1.64
have just about used up all \V3 of Ey of NW Joseph _.., 6.53 Lets 47 and 48, Block
+
?J. : the space that this splendid news- I of N\V1/ .-----,....... 28. 45 29 10 Minnie A. Sumner ,___ 3.51 14 ......-.._..-------__ Joseph Springer ___ 164

W' of NWJ't.< of Lot 8 A .:----.--.,__.. 7 43 34 14 Ellis R. Geiger ___
i.- paper can spare so I will answer N'W* less Beg. SW Lot 21 or W%. of u. 6.37
.
them In a later article. ( 'or.. B: ni0120ft.V; ... SWH of SE?+ .._.._ 7' 43 .' 34" 20 "Wm H. Woodard .._....... 9.63

1;;' :.' P. S. This is written before 660ft..S S All Frac. .-......._._........_._. 13 43 34 100 U. S. Sugar. Corp. ___..........._._ 3007
220 ft.. to Beg. 28 45 Betr. 500 ft. E and 375 .l
2.1) .
Willkie's "'"'' 17 Minnie A Sumner ...._ _
1\ acceptance speech, at El- NWJ4 of Sl-: ;li -............_ :'8 .. 45 29 -10 \ R. N. Miller _.._.______?_ 4.11 4.41 ft. N of SW Cor. of .. '
E
wood. of .
If he comes through and NEJ,4, of NE14 .. Sec. 14., E 380 ft. .
tells us and SEJA of NE14 34 .1;; 99: 60 Jackson Grainer est. N. 114.63 ft. W 380 ,I'
6.23
specifically how to accom- N'V% of SW'/ ............ 34' 'S 45 of'I 4U ft. S 114.63 ft. toBeg
Corton S. ........__ r
plish "national All E of RR Campbell 4.11T ._..._..._ _..,__... ,.... I
... 14 43 ,34 1
unity" and how R'wy. 10 4330 290 ? Mrs. Adeline Brannon .. .
..
to B Hendry ._..__...,_.__..._ 16.31 4.92
All ......_
.. .
.. ..
.
; bring about ....-.,_....... ..... 11 I t3 34 HARLEM S D T.
640 J.
"economic rehabilita: All E of ACL HIt B. Hendry ?..._.-..._?_.... 35.68 nGOvlOlO ft. In 1"E:0 43 34 :9 I

tion", to-wit, how to give jobs to SEJ R'wy; .. .....-....-._...:.....,. 15. 43 30 600 J. B. Hendry _:__.. 33.34 Lot 16, Block K -...- \ 5 Unknown ._..?;._..._.._..... ........._ 1.44
.
ten million unemployed I ; of NE'and -? Lot 23. Block K _.._.. Mary Mills .?_......._.__._.. r 3,12
will S1,4 E of .ACL RR Lot 30. Block K ?.__. J. H. Johnson .._____
apologize for this article. I will R'wy. --..._..._......._.._... 16 43 .30 42 J. B. Lots 13 and 14, Block ... I 4.40
do even N1_ of NWl!4 and N/ Hendry __ 4.58 L _... .....-..:.-- ------. W. M. Tobias
more than .
372
I will do apologize. I All of E SEE 4 of NWJA Hi' 43 2J! 100 -: .Carl G. Lemberg- 9.56 Lot 17 Block L .-..- Gco. Tobias' __.,._______ 1:4-1:
of
penance for six months >by ACL RR Lots 20 and 21, Block ;

R'wy. ....... .._._.__ ..... .. 21 43 L, .. .. .......... .... /
remaining 30 ----- -- GladysTaylor
silent on all secular sub- All ...-.._.............. .......... ...... 22 335 J. B. Hendry ....__..:..?...._ 20.13 Lot 22, Block L __._...._.... 3.72
jects. Parts of Sections- 3. .13 30 640 J. B Hendry ,..._..__......._.. 35.68 -- Lydia.>Mitchell __.___... 2.4:1:

__ 10, 15, 16! 21, 28, 29 $2 13 v0 : 94 ACL RY Co. -.._ ?...._.___ 37.24 :(Continued on Page ,10).I




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FRIDAY, AUGUST 30, 1940 THE CLEW1STOX! "EWS' PAGE SEVEN


Peter Carmichael left Sunday for Mrs. H. Sallingcr and Miss Eunice .AIRS. WOODWARD 'HOSTESS AT FLORIDA

his home in Augusta after a month's Salllnger have returned to their BRIDGE CLUB WEDNESDAYMrs. ,

'visit here with his uncle and aunt, home in Jeanerette, La., after a De Leon called her "Land of ;

'" [ Personals ] Mr. and :Mrs. Jay W. Moran. visit with Mr. and Mrs. Harry V. C. Woodard entertainedher Flowers"-

Salliuger. Mr. and Mrs. Harry bridge club Wednesday after-
That she is, and much more too:
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Redelsheimerare Sallinger accompanied their gueststo noon at her home in the Kelly Land of long, sunshiny hours .,'
Miami and Key West while here. Duplex. Mrs. Foy' Durrence
expected tomorrow from Miamito was 'Neath
a sky of brightest blue; ",
Miss Beth Nail has returned from spend the week-end with Mrs.C. presented a novelty lamp as first Land of rolling hills and mossed

a vacation spent in Miami Beach. L. Downs at the Clewiston Inn. Mr. and Mrs. Willard F. Simpson, prize, Mrs. John Elmore a kitchen woodlands,

Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Augur and apron as travelling prize and Mrs.

daughter, Carol, Mr.. and Mrs. Frank Malley Palmer a package of bridge Rippling streams, and sparkling
Glen Etherton made a business Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Clark and lakes;
trip to. Miami Wednesday.Elbcrt children: of Pahokee were guests of Cothern and daughters, Doris and matches as low prize.A .
:
.< .' r---- Mrs. Clark's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Janice, were guests at a barbecue delightful salad course was Land of sun-baked sandy beaches,

r't ." L. Stewart left Thursday C.! M. Allen this week. given by officials of the Arundel served to the hostess.. Playing were Virgin swamp, and crane, and

t .'..... for a business trip to Tallahassee. Corporation in Pahokee Saturday Mrs. John Elmore, Mrs. George E. I drake;
.
j.. Crow, Mrs. Glen Etherton, Mrs. Land of the Seminole
-
', Mr. and Mrs. M.V.. Bigg are
R. :M. Hare, jr., Mrs. A. C. Carl- With customs little known 'to curious -
" Harper returned
:. C. E. Miner and son, Neil, spent expected home this week-end froma Jimmy Sunday
night from a ten day visit in ton, Mrs. Foy Durrence, Mrs. Malley I r whites;
the week-end in West Palm Beach. vacation trip to New York, 'jI
Palmer and Mrs. R. C. Nowling. Land of eternal '
through; New England and Canada. Atlanta and Nashville. Miss Ruth ,I ocean breeze ;
Knight, who has been vacationingin : And star-swept moonlight nights; ;
Miss Mary Markette is spendingthe '
West Palm Beach met him SURPRISE FAREWELL PARTY IS Land of undeveloped wealth and ::
week in Miami with friends. Mr. and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson
richness
there ,on his return and accompaniedhim GIVEN TUESDAY AT CLUB HOUSEMr. J
and sons, Bob and Dick Patterson, -
home.: Called by Indians, "Everglades";
vacation
Miss Virginia Saxon, of Moore returned Sunday from 'a :
and Mrs. Robert Bair en- Land'of deep palmetto jungle )
N. C.
the of' Mr. and spent in Highlands,
Haven, is guest "
..--- Mrs. R. V. Allison and children, tertained with a surprise farewell Long-leaf pine, :and cooling shade; _j
Mrs. A. W. Lawrence this week. Gail and Karen, left Sunday for party at the Club house at the Golf Land of warmth, and love, and .':-
Mr. and Mrs. Andy Garrison were -
their home in Gainesville after a Course Tuesday evening complimenting laughter: .,
E. E. Scott spent several days visitors in West Palm Beach Wednesday -
two weeks' visit with her father, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Land where Beauty never fades. ::
this week with his family in Fort. Mr. Garrison going over : .
F.. L. Williamson. Mr. Williamson Schave and Mr. and Mrs.. Bennett Oh, Florida, my Florida! ;'
1
Samaritan
Myers., for X-Rays at the Good :
accompanied them to West Palm McLaughlin who are leaving'to May your skies be ever blue! i
I Hospital. .
Beach. reside, in West Palm Beach. De Leon called you "Land of '...
Miss Mildred O'Steen of Tampa :.... Flowers"1
--- -
The guests were Misses Mildred
is spending a few days with Mr. Miss Mildred Durst and Mrs. E. '
o Mr. and Mrs. George Dawson :and Durst and. Beth Nall, :Mr. and Mrs. That you .are-and Heaventoo. .}
and Mrs. R. C. Nowling. W. Durst have returned from their
Jack W. Hart, of New Orleans, spenta W. S. Bowdon, Mr. and Mrs. Harry RLS-8-40. '
vacations. Miss Durst was in Salem, .
few days in Clewiston this week. Knight, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence 'Clewiston, Florida. .
Mr. and Mrs., Kennen Swayne Va., and Mrs. Durst spent the time ,
Mr.: Dawson is manager of the New Kruger, Mr. and Mrs. Bar Adams,
spent the week-end in Pahokee with in Gainesville. Orleans Hotel. They enjoyed splen- Tommy Murray, Ed Ward and G. ,' 3

relatives. I did luck fishing for' bass in Lake B. Thomas.J. 1Johnson's
I Miss Dorothy Timberlake has returned -
Okeechobee during their stay here.
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Miller'are I to her home in Montgomery, ---r Fish Camp .

spending the week with relativesin Ala., after a visit with her brother, Halson Avant left Tuesday for -.
M.
COUSE (Near Hurricane Gate ,
)
ClewistonInn.
Martin Timberlake, at the
Tampa. Albany, New York where he has
accepted employment for three Counselor and Attorney at Law. Clewiston, Fla. ;,

Mr. and Mrs. Mario Calleja have months with, the Huffman Construction Hopkins Building Boats and Motors-Guide Service ";.

returned from a two weeks' visitin Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Kelly and son, Company. Miss Marcia Avant Wednesdays: and Saturdays Rates 'Reasonable .:
0:30 to 400MECHANICAL
Key West and Miami. Sammy, left Sunday for their homein and Miss Roberta George accom- W. H. Johnson, Mgr J:_

Kearney, :Missouri, after' visit panied him to West Palm !Beach.. ',
here with Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Kelly
Mrf and Mrs.. Arthur E. Oliverare STRUCTURAL
spending a two weeks' vacation and a trip to Cuba. Mrs. T. D. Smoak and children, ARCHITECTURALDESIGNS .:;

Carolyn and David, returned to Glasses Scientifically Broken Lenses .-\
in Miami and Everglades City. Maps Estimates Fitted and Repaired Duplicated JiDR

Mrs. Foy Durrence spent several their home in West Palm Beach JOHN H. DOTY I F D. GUDBAUR '.

Mrs. M. D. Geiger and 'Mrs. L. days this week at Fort Myers Beach Saturday after spending two weeks Optometrist ,'

W. Journigan of Canal Point were with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Durrence. here with her parents, Mr. and Engineering Consultant Phone. IDS 5 Collier Arcnde ',;,[.

visitors in Clewiston Monday.' Foy Durrence drove over Thursday Mrs. Paul Bussey. Mr. and Mrs. Hopkins Bldg. Clewiston, Fla., I Fort flyers, Florida "'*'r

afternoon for her. Bussey accompanied them and spent Successor to K. H. Oakley '..:'t

the week-end in Palm Beach. .,,.j
to several
Mrs. Vivian Smith spent --- ."-,

days this week visiting in South Dr. and Mrs. B. A. Bourne, ILN..:NIN 1 :NI 1..X..XMX..H..XMMMX..XMXMXMMMXMXMXMX..:..X"XMX..WX..MMX*.X**> ..t'
:
,
Miss Ruth Gomez and Miss
Bay. Hervey, Parmelia and Edward : {
Bourne, have returned from a vaca-' Lucille Strehle of Gretna, Louisiana, :;: NOTICE |:_ "

Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy"Wilson spent tion stay in Little Switzerland, are visiting Mr., and Mrs. F. M. y ,

the past week in Pahokee with Mr. N. C. Rodriguez.' Mrs. C. M. Rapp and :i: To New and Old Arrivals in Clewiston :?_: :

and Mrs. Charles Moran Mrs. L. .Shera, of Chester, Pa., were X Y t
-
also guests of, the Rodriguez family .z. Register your name and present address with us so your X }
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Dunty and A friends and relatives will .. '
have no trouble locating you ass :;
Leah and Miss the first of the week.GEl"E .
Mrs. Spicer family of Lake Placid were guestsof :: we will gladly direct them personally to your home. *i. :.j

Roberta Spicer were visitors in Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Pressley :;: There is no charge or obligation. We only want to do our :!: .
BEERY CELEBRATES 4TH
..
Palm Beach Friday.
West Friday. Mr. Pressley spent Sundayas s part in rendering a needed service to the visitors and resi- .s. -

'Ii their guest in Lake Placid. BIRTHDAY WITH PARTY :%: dents of Clewiston. Register Today. :t: ..:'
1 Mr. and Mrs. William H. Lanier h

" were visitors 'in West Palm Beach Rev. and Mrs. H. G. McLeroy Gene Beery, whose fourth birth- GULF SERVICE STATION ::i:: j...:

.
celebrated'with
Sunday.Mr. day occurred Sunday,
.- left this week for their future homein .i/ G. B. THOMAS, Mgr. +

and Johnnie. and Mrs.Perry W.,W.returned Perry, Billy Sun- Dunnellon accepted,the where pastorate Rev. McLeroyhas of the the home a party of his Monday, parents afternoon, Mr. and at ::*M>*MMM!* .* .*...*N.*MM.* .*...*.4.**...N*.M>*....N.N......N.N.N.N.N.N.N...;:N.N.N.N.N..N..N..N..N..N.N.N.N.N.N..N.N..N..N.N..MIN. ..M..N..NI.NIIllllmiuu1hIu .t.


day from a stay at Miami Beach.A. Dunnellon Baptist Church. Mrs. Gene Beery. The children en-

joyed games indoors and on the I ( f' r---

W. Sias returned Sunday froma Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gehring, of lawn. I 1 I

vacation spent in Ridgecrest, near Ypsilanti, Mich., and Mr. and Mrs. Refreshments of ice cream and .IN\ 4r

Asheville, N. C. Russell Kay of Tampa spent' the =
cake were served and each child 7F
week-end in Clewiston.'' They were ss
was given a bright-colored comeback -
, G. E. Etherton attended a guests at the Inn. I ball as favor.

Masonic meeting in Moore Haven I The guests were Walker Nail, .

Thursday night. Mrs. H. J. B. Scharnberg returned I. Gene Bailey, Arthur Wayne King, rll with us, you .
Saturday from a visit of several Don Terrell, Ronald Hare, Carol account

Miss Phyllis Johnson and Miss weeks in New York. She made the Augur, Paul Bowden, John Perry., When hove a saw dolbrs\\ i 0 time--1ust incoryrhateVef .

Florence Gebhart have returned to trip by boat, and Mr. Scharnbergmet June Collier\ and Jimmy Knight. = can Yd 'to it 0 feyve out your =

their home in Milton, Pa., aftera her in Miami. ,yOU c unded semiood -

visit with A. W. Johnston. MRS. ALLEX, SIRS. DAVIS I ; 1.L- eornings; we pa Y com worth while! .

,----- Mr. and Mrs.: Otis A. Jones and HOSTESSES AT CIRCLE MEETINGThe =.' 9 realy\{ 'moke SOV1 9 ,let _
Mr. Mrs. J. J. Graham and I onouo"1 .
and Marianne Jones left Tuesday for -=' office tod anovi

family have returned from a 'vaca- their vacation. They plan to motorto Mary Ellen Dozier Circle why not come into our ut our Insure d grB s .

tion during which they visited in Atlanta for a short visit and to held its regular monthly meetingat telly more

Daytona and Jacksonville.Mrs. go on to New York by train for the home of Mrs. C. A. Allen uS ? from t he t on onPon
tOfoings
the remainder of the time. with Mrs. H. L. Davis co-hostess the 10th.
Van Cothern and son, Tuesday afternoon. funds received by

Johnnie, are spending the week in -,
Joel Keen, new agriculture teacher The usual business was taken
Okeechobee with Mr. and Mrs. John
Chandler.Mr. is ,spending several days in care of and the first two chaptersin -

Gainesville this week in prepara- the book "Stewardship In the

and Mrs. J. L. Whitaker and tion for the organization of agriculture Life of Women" was taught by Clewiston Federal Savingsand
classes in the local high the mission study chairman, Mrs.
sons, Jimmy and Donald, are spend- school. W. J. Robison.
ing several days in Fort. Myers with
relatives. Mrs. M. C. Doke, circle chairman, Loan Association

presided over the meeting with \
Miss Frances Morgan has returned -
Mrs. Dodge and Mrs. Hodges lead-
Marvin Altman, who is attending from a two weeks' vacation
ing in

school in Ocala, is visiting friends Miss during which she and her sister, After prayer.the meeting, cake and ,X N:M:MIN H..X..K N:..:N H..:N H N H N H..KI ..:N N:N..:N NIN:./NIN NIN:NININ N:N:NININ:N:N:N:NIN:N:N:M:1
and relatives here for a few weeks Margaret Morgan, of West '
before the fall term begins. Palm Beach, visited in New Orleans lemonade were served. Those pres- i
ent were Mrs. C. M. Allen Mrs. .

Mr. and, 1\'\ George Crow spent I and Franklin, N. C. H. L. Davis, Mrs. Arch Hodges, Mrs. .:= There Now RemainTHREE --- =i:=

M. C. Doke, Mrs. A. D. Dixon, Mrs. I
the week-end.in West Palm Beach, Rev. and Mrs Kent Pendletoncame I.:.
W J. Robison, Mrs. A.Y.. Dodge,
Mrs. Crow remaining for the week from their at Alva y
: up farm
Mrs. A. H. 'King and Mrs. Chalker, ;; y
with relatives'' and spent a few days in Clewiston a new member. y

the first ofthe week, Rev. Pendle- =
--- :: CORNER RESIDENTIAL LOTS
J. E. Beardsley and son, Bob ton filling the Community Church GROUP GATHERS TO BID

Beardsley, left Monday for a two pulpit Sunday.
weeks' visit with relatives in FAREWELL TO BAPTIST PASTORA :_: (of the group of five =I i=


t Chicago.Mr. and Mrs.Miss Quitman Blanche Phillips McDonald of Atlanta of Mrs. group H. G.of McLeroy friends of gathered Rev. and at .:: advertised last week) 3 I=:=

and Mrs. Harry Knight re- Mobile, Ala., arrived Tuesday for % ..
a
, turned Sunday from a two weeks visit of 'several days with Mr. and King the home Sunday of Mr.evening and Mrs.following Arthur :;: THEY WON'T LAST LONG AT THE :::

i visit with Mrs. Knight's relativesin Mrs. W. H. Lanier. leave !
They tomorrow -
church services to bid farewell to _
Austin, Virginia. for Mobile. their pastor who left this weekto ::: PRICE OFFERED


Miss Doris 'Red onst a has returned Miss Virginia.---Saxon, A. W. ellon.accept the pastorate at Dunn- SEE US TODAY

to her home in Vero Beach aftera Lawrence and Ed Markette attended i1 ,
Included in the group were Mr.
two weeks' visit with Mr. and Kiwanis :
a Club meeting in West
and Mrs. E. L. Hayes, Mr. and 1
Mrs. J. E. Beardsley.Mrs. Palm Beach
Wednesday at which
Mrs. M. C. Vowell, Mr and Mrs.
District Governor Ed Baker of Herman Davis Mr. and Mrs. 'Fred \
Robert George, Mrs. Gratton Umatilla was present. : J. E. Beardsley :
George and Miss Roberta Topper, Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Wenz- 1i
George
loff, Mr. and Mrs. C. Krueger Mr.
were shopping in West Palm Bead Miss Shady Wright, of Dallas, and Mrs. V. C. Woodward, Mr. : REAL ESTATE :::
.
Friday.
Texas, who spent .ten days here as and Mrs. Stanley McCorkle, Mr. '
.
: --- guest of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Alston and Mrs. A. W. Dodge, Mr. and
::
Mrs. Ida Cox of LaBelle left ;: JIM BEARDSLEY ART LAWRENCEMILDRED :
" was Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. F. Matthews, Mr. and Mrs.
) the guest over the week-end ot Walter Jenkins at Fort Myers Beach Arch Hodges and Donald Miller.1 _: BETTY SPICER' DURST i
: ,her son-in-law and daughter Mr before
,
returning home. Mrs. Alston Sandwiches, cpokles and //jmnch" t

and Mrs.; Frank Cotherp, _, ._ accompanied her to Fort Myers ;t.-w:..:.;..:... :..:..:.. :.:..:"; ..:.."" !)-X.':... ':e.t. -
servaa
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'Gay and Todd came into the did not conceal the concern in her "You're
CHAPTER XIV Continued ing as so quiet. I thought you come for him to begin to speak.
-21- room. I eyes. "I suppose you think it's enjoyed this afternoon." well-thumbed notebook
Producing -
"And with all of those deeds your "Hello," she said, ,removing her charming modesty to pretend that "I 'did." She raised her glass. he said a
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mother has tied you to her for the reading glasses. he isn't more in love with you than "Did you tell your Dad that we

rest of your lives, you, John, and "Hello." Gay returned' her greet- I ever." Kate waited, then burst out. thought the property was a pretty "Maggie, ,I've been weighing up

Sarah,. at least," interrupted Gay. ing cheerfully. "What has happened? What about good risk?" your good points, and I've counted
"Hello Kate "Todd said smiling. John 'up to ten.: When I to the dizzcn
"Oh, of course she's been splendid. I ? "You're unhappy, Gay." get ,
mean that sincerely. But it's a sort Kate's keen eyes regarded themspeculatively. "Nothing." Gay's eyes fell from "That's very ungrateful of me. I'll: hae something to say to ye"

of selfishness, too. She resents me she asked.. "Where have'you Kate's anxious face to the hat in her When a gentleman takes a lady !'Well, I wish ye luck, Jock," the
been?
because I can do things for you lap. maiden coolly responded with'
Connecticut." dancing the least she can do is to be a
which she can't. She's afraid of "Driving in Gay "Excuse me. I've wondered, but bright and merry." jerk of her head. "An' I've been "
for for work,'for Deb- dropped into the chair oppositeKate's. you've been so stately that I haven't reckoning bad an'
me, you, your "I don't care about that." Todd's up your points,
"It's heavenly day.
by, mainly because 'she wants to be a dared to ask questions. "Have face above, the conventional black I've reached nineteen. When it
"Grand. Summer at last. Todd
the source of all giving, like God, beside chair looking you-?'e"Nothing and white of his dinner clothes was gets to twenty, I'm mairrying Fer-
stood
like-" Gay's really. I hear from him.He's .. "Is there I guson.the plumber."
Kate very grave. anything
handsome thought
especially ,
"You're uncharitable, Gay. well and busy. There's a can do?"
"I'm honest. I've seen. If I in a light flannel suit and a green chance of his getting the sort of .
I
darker tie which She was silent for a moment.
shirt with
weren't Gabriella Graham, if I,had a green work he wants in Boston. He isn't
accented the lights in his hazel eyes.. Then, "I must do it myself," she HOW ARE
she would welcome me in NERVES?
interested
particularly
no money, "What reading! .the dictionary general said, slowly, listlessly. "I should
are you YOUR
for your sake. I being who I am, ?" practice and the doctor for whom he have made it a clean break three -
"
he fears and resents has been has
me. substituting returned.
"Anthony Adverse. Since I can no months ago. I've always disliked 'Cra. 7t RMtleMTCin't sleep?Tireeuiljr?
"Lack of security breeds fear. I ought to start to dress if I'm
of going loose ends." Worried due to eml unction dliordent
longer get a kick out telling peopleI
When you are obliged to considerthe out. We're having dinner at the Than try Lydia E. Pinkham'. VejeUbl ,
haven't read it I thought I mightas He bent
"Gay toward her. "Do
possible result of every move 'Heron Club. The food isn't much Compound famous for over 60 yean In
well. But riding in Connecticut." you think of what I told you, of helping inch weak, rundown, ntrrouiwomen. .
make, are cautious. but the music is good. Denny O'Connor .
you you Start today
Kate's eyebrow lifted. "Aren't you What I've been telling you all ....
"
"You're afraid, too, she said, is there again. I adore his T
these days?
working spring?
barely audibly, as though the words songs."
"
"This was business. Toddgrinned '"Very often." Her glance lifted, Not UnderstandingWe
had been forced through her lips. "That's right. Change the sub-
at Kate with a lightheartedair then fell to the table. Her
fingers
"You don't trust me. : ject. Has something happened? I are accustomed see men
He turned to look at her misera- which raised the eyebrow high was afraid-" twirled the slender stem of the' glass. deride what they do not under-
ereuAn estate the bank may riska "Will you?" he asked very low. stand '
; and snarl at the good and
"You were right. It fsn't.it hasn'tworked
bly."You mortgage on. We were looking it Her lifted again met his beautiful
needn't tell me. I. know. out." Gay lifted shadowedeyes eyes because it lies beyond

Her voice steadied. "The things I've over. dark with pain which contra eyes steadily. "I couldn't do that to their aympathies.-Goethe.
"Gay must have been a great "
been thinking are true, the things I dicted the half-smile trembling you, Todd.
said
while I waiting help, Kate dryly. "But if I'm willing to take
thought tonight was a
"Moral support," Gay said, smil- across,her lips. 'East.is east and "
here for you. west is west,' as Mr. Kipling pointedout. chance- For ONLY 10NowLess

"What ''things, Gay?" ing."I've to along Todd said. ,What's that about the rich "We'll neither of us have any
run ,
"That it isn't possible.. We hurt "Will eight got be too early Gay?" young man and the camel and'thethi peace," she said thoughtfully, "un- n' thanLater
"
each other. Love isn't enough. til He, John She paused,
"Oh, Gay! I do love you!" His "Just about right, I should say. glanced away.

arms reached for her. Passion Gay smiled lazily up at Todd. "Tell "You know that you can talk of

flamed through, the dark misery in your Dad I think it's a'safe risk, him to me." -
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except that the well-sweep, though
his "I adore Since I "
eyes. you. "Yes, I know. You've been-
first met you, when you were fifteen picturesque, is a fake." Her voice falt red.uI can't tell Y d
"I'll remember that. Todd start-
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years old, I've worshiped you""No "
you.
ed toward the door.U 'Bye, Kate.
Don't touch She
me "
"You do-like, me, Gay?
"
dose
slipped away from the sofa, went to Good-by, Gay. See you, at eight. a
"You are best and dearest
my
my
"You should learn to control your
stand leaning, against the wing- friend."
chair beside the hearth. He half voice, Todd. I
to follow her dropped back "What big ears you have, Katie. "Then why not? You say that h",
rose ,
t1
s that John, half expects it. Wouldn'tit
'Bye. Eight o'clock, Gay. Don'tmove.
sat with shoulders drooping, his
be the most simple solution? W.
hands swinging between his knees. You look too comfortable. I
could go away, now, tonight, down
think I can find my/waY' out.
"It's just biology, isn't it? she Learning
into Maryland. You can't keep on
His sounded the
footsteps along
asked with a little brittle laugh.Ul It's what we learn after we
like this. You're making yourselfill.
The of the lift slurred
hall. grill
hoped there was more than that. I I know you love him. But think we know it all that counts.W. .-
and clicked. Kate looked at Gay
had the naive notion that biology
R. Morris.
you love me, too, in a different way.And .
leaning back in the chair beside the
only part of it that there
was a, if he's-"
could be companionship too and windows. .
,
"It would be'a simple solution for '"
faith and security." "Hats are getting crazier and I '\YZ CKOICI OF MILLlO' 'zTTc '

"Gay!1" He groaned. crazier," she said. him, for me, too, perhaps. But you, 1Ist -ST.JOSEPHASPIRINs

"I'm beginning to understand. No, "Yes, aren't they?" Gay pulledoff Todd? You're too fine to have any- I 1IO:!Io'J
thing but the best. You'd be sacri- W..UT1 lARGEST SELLER
AT
the of straw to which Kate ,
not that. I guess'.I've known but I scrap' JJJ.U\

,:' wouldn't admit it. Do you remember referred. ;' yy t ; f 1II ficing'yourself"To -
Christmas Eve in New York "That one looks like a fez withoutthe have you, even the part of fJI
I Till We Meet
that has always belonged to ? .
me
tassel. Are a Shriner? you
when Suki announced callers? You you
The joys of the
I meeting
That's not a sacrifice. It's pay
pure
"No I'm elk. Didn't '
asked me what should an you !
you say
selfishness Gay. I'm conceited pangs of absence; else who could
to them. I think I asked you what know?" Gay spun, the hat on her bear itRowe.KENT .
1 enough to think that in time"
':' you said to me. You said 'I tell you forefinger. "Any word from Mother I VN I"AjI
/ "And you're probably right Idon't
I love you. That's the only thingwe ? "
can say to each other without "None. You're going out for din- know- 10 Doubt* Kdf* fk7SlnCI.EdK

.. quarreling. What will we talk about ner?" "We've always come together BLADES to Pacing 'I w IIP

when?" "Yes. And dancing afterwards." again, after either of us has-

: "But if-when we're together, we "Well, thanks for this fleeting "We could go away, now, tonight, strayed." He smiled. "You remem-
. wpn't be here or in New York. glimpse of you." down into Maryland." ber when I was pretty crazy about Individual Man

'r:, There won't be people getting in the "Do you mind? I won't go if you Julie I woke up one morning while It is far easier to know men
, needle's ? You with rectory visiting her in Charleston, and than to know man.-La Rochefou
Way, your family, mine- do. I know I haven't been home eye your

'I've told myself that, but it isn't with you much and it was nice of training, should understand. It couldn't wait to get back to you.I cauld.

" true. We. can't escape our environ-. you to come in and stay with me applies to young ladies who have had myself all primed for abase-

'. ments. We'll take them with us while Kitty and Robert are away." too much money, as well." She ments and declarations and when I HANDY

:: wherever we go. We'll quarrel and "Go on. I don't mind. I have sagged down in the chair, her hands burst in on you at Southampton all] home Ud4 JARS

make up and quarrel again, but each Anthony here for company. Quite a falling in a gesture of hopelessness."I'm you said was, 'Go change your MOROLIINE AND 5<

;;\-, quarrel will leave a scar. Let's not lad, too, I've gathered from the. por- .so tired, Kate." clothes, Todd. We're' sailing in a 10$

. ,: spoil it, John." tion I've read thus far." "Don't go out Go to bed. I'll race this afternoon.

..' He started up from the sofa. "Do you mind, really? You bring you,something on a tray." "I remember." A faint reflectionof

: : "Gay! Do you mean-?" he asked sound-" She sat erect, forcing animationinto his smile curved her lips. Noble Woman

f hoarsely. "Oh, go on." Kate regarded Gayin her gestures., her voice, her Encouraged by the smile, he wenton Earth's noblest thing, a woman

: She held him off with an instinctive silence ,for a moment.' Then, "I smile. eagerly, persuasively. "And when perfected.-J. R. Lowell. f1

&< gesture. "Uncle John may have suppose you know what you're do- "I want to go.' When I'm dancing, you 'were running a temperature

known," she said steadily, her hands ,ing?" she said. where there are people" She about that aviator What was his "':'

tt c:." grasping the back of the chair "But "What do you mean?" Gay's sprang up from the chair. "Oh, name?"

j--., he was-dying. We must live, John, glance turned to the windows how I hate good tiniest""Gay (TO BE CONTINUED)' ATOOOO
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: you and I. We can't let, something through which showed a glimpse of !" Kate rose and went to D1UOIIOIU

41" that was beautiful become tarnished blue sky and early June sunlight. her. "There's no sense in this, you Great Lakes Area Yields

and scarred. Let's stop hurting each "You know what I mean. Don't know. Go to bed. You're as' whiteas .onu r ,

r : other. Let's end it now, neatly and pretend that you don't." chalk." Valuable Data on Indians M! M6o&
"
r. definitely. "
f "Todd understands. Gay stood by the windows look- Indians had a feast on the beachof
He stood beside her, at a little disc "If he does, it's more than I do. '
ing'out into the clear atmospherestill an island in Lake Huron at some
., tance, his lips moving, his eyessearching You break your engagement, upset bright with the after-glow of time between 500 and 800 A. D. The Dhu1QS leSSedRehe
t her face. She ,
glanced
the entire family, and then
you proceed the sun. fact that this feast was held, how-

t-L, away."Do you want to do that?" he him.to spend" a part of every day. "June," she said, barely audibly. ever, is not nearly as important as RHEUMATISM LUMBAGO

B asked quietly. with "It's lovely at the cabin now. Thereare the fact that there were Indians in

r "YesHer reply "Don't scold me when I'm cheer- wild strawberries in the meadow the Great Lakes region from 1,100to '
was as con- ful. Todd and I are just good Please to Live i
very the road and the ferns 1,400 ago. Until recentlyno
;: trolled as his question had been. "I across are years
friends. the lane." definite evidence had ever been We that ''live to please must
want to go home tomorrow and start uncurling along
' to forget you. It will be difficult "Which, I suppose, is the reason "I wish you'd never seen the cab- produced to prove that there were please to live. f

a f;, but I'll manage it. You forget any- he comes and in here fairly dripping I in!" human inhabitants of this area at
moonlight roses. There's noth-
" thing, don't you, in time?" like friend to "Do you? I don't. I wouldn't have such an early date. cheek.MALARIA*
: "Do you mean that? Look at me ing a good put a songin missed it. I'm gratefuluYou're -" Searching for early Indian data on
the voice and a shine in the '
. Gay. "eyes. half sick, Gay," Kate Great Cloche island, just north of
"There's no pleasing 606
:'', '. Her head turned. She looked up laughed. "When I stayed you.at home Gay cried desperately. "Please go to Manitoulin island in the Georgianbay in 7 day and rcliere
: at him through a film of tears.
, bed." region, Dr. E. F. Greenman,
: to out. Now COLDSTry
urged me go that
"I mean itHer voice faltered. you
University of Michigan archeologist
I'm following advice "I'm going out to dance. She ,
Clinging to the back of the chair your you scoldme. TABLETS first day
,
discovered the remains of this IJ'mptoml
." turned from the windows, not look- an- BALYB N058 DAOPSTry
t i', she swayed as though her strengthwas cient Indian meal. Later Dr. Green- \ 1
"You have no sense of proportion.You ing at Kate. "Rnb-My-Tism"-a Wonderful Liniment
gone.
He caught her, held her. For an either act like a hibernating "If it takes the rain to make man returned to the island with Dr. ,-

instant they clung together, urgently ground-hog or a slightly intoxicatedmoth. the pretty flowers," she sang a little George to M.determine Stanley, Michigan the of geolo-the WNU 7 35-40

despairingly, then she, ,broke You're going too hard." off-key. "Have you heard Denny gist, age

away. Kate's brows drew together in a O'Connor? He's marvelous." find.Evidence

c' "That doesn't change anything, frown. "You're so thin you scarcelycast "Well, if that's a sample-" that Indians held such a VIGILANCEADVERTISING
feast on the beach of Great Cloche
John. a shadow and your eyes are too "Are you criticizing my voice?

"Doesn't it? Oh, can't we, Gay? big for your face." She swayed toward Kate, droppedher island consists of the discolored sand

I love you so." "It makes me interesting look head against Kate's shoulder."It and stones on which their fires were COMMITTEE

His arms held her again. Her face, ing." just takes time, doesn't it? Kate, built, scraps of foreign flint and

streaming with tears, lifted to his "Oh, nonsense! I don't like what I how much' time does it take?" quartz, and bones of fish and ani-

face. "When I'm with you like this you're doing to Todd." I I mals which made up their meal. is a great vigi-

-Darling! How can we? I don'tknow "That should be Todd's concern, The music.stopped. Todd led Gayto Evidently the meal consisted of lance committee, establishedand

." shouldn't it?" the seat against the wall uphol- moose, deer, beaver, sturgeon and

"I know. You needn't tell me. stered in peacock-blue leather. another unidentified type of fish. maintained in your inter-

CHAPTER XV None of my business." "Are you having fun?" He seated The beach on which the Indians est, to see that the men who

"I'm sorry, Kate., It's all right. himself beside her. "Has anything ate their meal, now 28 feet above

Kate sat up straight in the chair Todd has gotten all over being in s appened since this afternoon?" the water of Lake Huron, says Dr. aspire to sell to you will

beside the long triple window in Kit love with me." '"I am." She turned to smile attn Stanley, was on the water level be of trade.

ty Cameron's drawing-room and Kate looked at her with an expression I?\ brightly. "No, nothing has when the red men visited the island always worthy your

closed the book she had been' read- of studied derision which ,), opened. Why do you ask?" hundreds of years ago



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PRAISING GOD FOR HIS e 1i I
BLESSINGS
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LESSON TEXT-Psalm 103:1-5 10-18. /
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GOLDEN TEXT-Bless the Lord. 0
soul and forget not all his benefits.Psalm }

103:2. 'ff/ I
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We live in difficult and
days with much on every hand to CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT
, courage us. We look about us i
! vain for any encouraging sign. iI
; result is that unless we I
care the temptation will overtake
who are Christians to fall into' --
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bitter, complaining attitude of
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God has bestowed upon us, Wabash Ave.Hotel,27 E.Harrison,Chicago. I
ting His mercy and grace, and, I I Jfl I Near Barn dance. Choice rooms. Daily $1
this hour of trial, telling the 1 l up; weekly$5 up.Paul Marshall,.Res. Mgr.

by our life, if not by our' lips, 1
we have lost our 'faith in God. ,
It is easy to praise God when Speed of Baseball
goes well, when we see His 1

ing upon us; but the A speed of 139 feet per second,
should recognize that praise is or 94.7 miles per hour,is the great
vital part of his daily fellowship est recorded 'speed of a pitched
God, an expression of his baseball. This rate was recordedby
I tion of all that God is and does.I. the speed meter owned by the
Praise for Personal Cleveland Indians for a ball pitchedby
(vv. 1-5). Atley Donald,.a member of the
Our relationship to God is a pitching staff of the New York Yan-
sonal one, and His blessings are- kees, in the Cleveland stadium on
sonal. Praise also is a p August 30, 1939. The previous rec-
soul exercise to which we need ord, established by Dee Miles of
to stir ourselves. We need to the Philadelphia Athletics, was. 136
on "all that is within" us to feet per second.
and praise the Lord. NOMESIc i
"Forget not"-how prone we J
VI to do that very thing. We .:
ber the things we ought to .orr, I
and forget the things we ought
remember. We have become so ,;,i'ft YA KE. -
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customed to the ; EA'l.
many blessings ,: / r-
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God that we accept them as a C K
ter of course. ", o
Note that the chief of all
ings is the forgiveness of sin (v. for'C' peeJt
The spiritual is far more $
than the physical, but that too is
cluded. Only Godjcanjieal our .
eases, whether by means or by .-
rect intervention. He also ,
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with true satisfaction every r
and normal desire of man,
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it be physical, social, mental ., f i
spiritual. That calls for praise
the depths of our beings.II. ..rs J

Praise for. Forgiveness of '
(vv. 10-14)). 'ii-
We may "put on a front"
we deal with our fellow men, .all"
there is no use in thus trying R
fool God. He knows us for MArrl:. 7'r41 : [\
we are-"frail children of dust, 't'fiZOSfi S USTwgLK1N f1
feeble as frail." We are not able 1
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The mercy of God, high as :

heavens such overflowing, is revealed measure nowhere as in 0 Ask for NESCOKerosene

dealing with the sins of "them Range
fear him" (v. 13). For them He p

the pity of a father, but He BUILT I TO iftt( 4SPECIFICATIONS
111 more, for He has the authority
power to cast our sins as far
us as the east is from the
and how far that is no one knows.
Observe that His
mercy is :Boll Syndic*!*.-WNU Service "I
for "them that fear Him." suggested a more
beautiful one I
resisteth the proud, but giveth @ could be range proud of, a
unto the humble" (James 4:6
WE( wsSOME FRIENDS modern range for my
Pet. 5:6, 7)). Whosoever will I 1 THROUGH Appearance modern kitchen."
and receive of Him -
come BoRRdmN *
pardon. Why not come now?
"I demanded
.Ir a range
,
in. Praise for Everlasting ; : :: : il'1 MONEY uses the cheap
kindness (vv. 15-18). FROM US, Owhich all fuels...ker
Man and everything that ."and uses it
makes or does is transient, and WE !
Economy *
one day pass away. What a
that man is who lives only for "I wanted positive, accurate -
things of this world which are temperature
tined to wither like the grass! (1:= control so necessary in
the preparation of cv
tragic to come into
eternity and -< :: meal."
face God empty handed and .-z' ery
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demned for one's own P ., OperationPerformance "I desired convenience
and folly, when He is willing to '-' features such as .
unto us that "loving-kindness" reliable oven heat indicator
is not only for this life, but also ----J ample stor-
the life that is to come. 1 ,?; [ age space and accessible -
t When Hardley Page was ing a flight through the Orient burners."
large rat was attracted by the IT'S 9
YES TOUCH AND GO
of food and entered into the "I suggested porcelainand
plane. Later, when Mr. Page WITH MOST OP THEM S white finishes .
in mid-air over a mountainous /' ym\. burner trays...smooth
try where he could not land, he / r;;;f edges,rounded corners
denly heard the sound of ..k- no bolts and
behind him. He knew that the C tf0 I Cleaningr'f hinges to accumulate
might so damage his plane as dirt.
disaster. Then '
cause he THESE FEATURES ARE YOURS IN A NESCO
'. bered that a rat is not made
:;i, high altitudes. So he began to
Soon the gnawing ceased and- NESCO ,
later when his machine
landed
line of
A complete new
found the rat lying dead beneath Watt ...'IIf portable kerosene round ?
engine. It is a blessed truth and cabinet heaters.
Satan cannot endure the high : : /
tudes of praise. He quickly '
\\1 from the soul whom he finds
in this high and ::o-=='= e
joicing
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Two Slightly ,Injured j I standing that the work Is to be CLEWISTOX COMMUNITY CHURCH I Description S .. T U A Owner' .. Amount

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: done under the constant supervision TON ....*____..._ 10 43 34
the Kent Pendleton Stated Supply. Lot 23 Block 22.__?_.._, -- J Eugene E Feuchtlnger __ 2.71 Y
As Truck Overturns of a warden appointed by game
The Bible school meets at 9:45B. Lots 23 to 30, Block -
and fish commission, and with the C. Flaniken is 26 _?__.....__ r.. R. N. Miller, Agent -..,...__ 5.68
superintendent.The Lot 4, Block 139: __... j Mrs. Clyde Loser ._....-..,..._ 1.44
lockmaster for tho understanding that work can be Worship hour begins at Lot 6, Block 139 --? Alice G. Rothrock ...__._._.. 1.50
Flanders
.; Fred No. 1 in stopped at any time deemed advisable 11:00 a. m. J. E. Beardsley is the Lot 7, Block 139 --'-'- ",. Mrs. Hannah .1\1-- Hoover 1.50
at Lock
1. U S. Engineers
Beg; 40 ft. s of NE ; <
'. Moore Haven and"Paul Wilson ono of by the board of county com- choir director and Mrs. J. H. Doty Cor., Block 151 '
is the pianist. S40ft.EtoBline ,
in-
locktenders narrowly escaped
the missioners. 13 N 40 ft. '
of Lot ,-
;. jury Monday when the government is The sermon topic is. "What Is .A \V to Beg. -"-..-....- Glen Neal ...._....._..____.__.._._.. 5.52
generally "
Similar .work here
Christian? ft. of Lots 12
; riding N 40
truck in which they were another stride in expanding -' and 13, Block 151 _. Mrs E. A. Schult ____.,. 7.51
... ,' to Clewiston overturned in front regarded as The' C. E. society meets on Mon- Lot 7, Block 167 .-__ ; 1\1rs. Sarah F. Feuchtinger 3.18

of the old Clewiston Dairy. Neither the fresh water fish supplyin day at 7:30 p. m. Lee Pridgen Is Lot 15, Block 167 -- Edgar Carlson M.....__"___ 3,18R
J I Lot 29, Block 167 _._. C. Wilson _..._..:.._._.,__. ._ 6.45
was injured beyond slight bruises. Indian River county.-Vcro ,president and the program leader Lot 34, Block 167 ..... Evelyn J. Shelley _...._h._.... 2.46
Beach Journal. will be Dick Owen. I Lots 35 and 36, Block .
: Mr. Flanders who was driving 1 1I 167 ..--...._.--......-_....-...-. Thos. B. Shelley _._.__._... 30.36
" the truck said that he slowed down I I Lot 6, Block 169 ,.__ ,- 1. S. Bell _._._.__.__,.,..... 12.15R.
railroad Lot 12, Block 171 ._... N. Miller Agent ...._..... 1.44
the
,;; as he approached (Continued from Page 6) IDellerlptlon I Lot 6, Block 172 ___'_ l\Irs. Sarah F. Feuchtlnger 2.96
r crossing as there was a freight ,I Lot 7, Block 172 _.:..?. 1V. W. Perry ____._._ 14.58
: to Lot 14, Block 172 _:_ Eugene Feuchtlnger ___ 3.02 ..
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!; train approaching, prepared S Tn' A Owner Amount Lot 16, Block 172 .?_ W. E. Bolton __.._.__._ 26,98W
}}' stop. He was making .about thirty Lot 15. Block 172 __ E: & J. B. Bolton __. 10.53
: NE? of NWi or Lot 18 Block 172 __ Itobt Esple, Jr. _.__ __ 3.02IL
.. when he first applied the brake SW3 _.__..___._ 23 43 34 10 Ruth R. Beardsley. _............... 4.70 Lots 7 and 8, Block ;

{4. which failed to hold on a normal SW'of N\V3 1. of 173 ...._______..__......._.. J. B. Scharnberg _._.... 6.58
t SW; .__..__._._ 23 43 34 8 Glades PurclL Co. ?_._._.._ 4.70
pressure of the pedal. He then Lots 11 and 12, Block

L threw his entire weight on the NE SEIA of ._.NE'..__::.___._. .of_.. .23 43 34 10 Glades Purch. Co. ......:......__ 4,70SW4 173 ..Block- -... J. It'. Tlpp'ey .....__M.._._._.__ 5.27
Lot 237: 173 .... :May S. Ames ._._...__.__ 27.47J.

brake, one side grabbed and the SEV'of___NEtof.___.__._......... 23 43 34. 10 J. M. Couse .,??::_...._...._.,_..._. 4.70SE14 Lot 6, Block 175 -.-...- Vfj!; W. Jones ._._.__._....___ 2.55
skidded off the or Lot 16, Block 176 __, 1.. E. Etherton _____ 2.43
truck sideways or NEl,4
i'i SE'4 _.__.____..._ ._.... 23. 43 34 9 J. M. Couse" ._..'__.__...._.;_..... 4.70 Lot 28, Block 176 .-._ R. :M. Bishop _._____._ 2,69W.
and
/' road, struck the guardrail over- or Lot 29, Block 176 --_ 1'' J. Costello _..::-__ 2.69
of NE',4
: turned. NWV SE1,4 -.._.______._._. 23 43 34 9 'J. M. Couse ......._._.._.......:.__?_ 4.70 Lot 36; Block' 176 -.. ft4 f ,Ruth R. Beardsley __.__ 3,42'G
"" S' of N'V1A or SEJ.4 23 43 .34 19 J. M. Coupe ...._...._..:;:..?_.. ....._. 8,34NE3 Lot 4, Block 190 _"_ '" E. Etherton __.._____.__ 2.71Mary
a' Had the truck been moving 'atI .. Lot 2, Block 195 --._ :: : $: : E. Paton _....._.__.__ 2.91
r or SW'of *
;:. great rate of speed it would SEU _...__.____....._ 23 ,13 31. 10 J. '' h'. Royal. ,.___._...: ...:::....._..?__.. 4,70Beg. Lot 4, Block 196___._.. ':; ::.: ., R. N. Miller: Agent _..___... 2,43Di
any ; Lot 6, Block 196 _._...? E. Vasloe _.....____.._.,.. 2.96
'L probably hurtled the low guard-rail 678.3 it. on degrees a ; -: : ,.. :t"i; : Lot 7, Block 201 _... ;W; $ ; H. R. Hopkinson _.____..... 3.18
bearing; of N 8J: E- '.' '" '.. '. ';;:..1., Lot 11, Block 201 ,.__ :;;; ; : ,. G. E. Etherton -'.._._._.._....... .. 3.18
and plunged into the canal but .9 min ;' ,'' ;I ; Lot 34, Block 201 ,-... mV&4 : Jewell Selgl.er ._.........._.__._.. 3,45 t "f
I. luckily the slow speed caused it to from fJ'rJ: Cor ) : ,,: : .. \ > Lot 1, Block '202 _...._..* Geo. A. Heinz ....__..._................ 3.51
thence degrees
: :; ; .. ; Lots 6 and 10, Block .';.,..- : ;,
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turn slowly and come to rest on the of 29 min.110 ft E. a thence distance S __ ...: .,: ..;,". :...,.'.:: ..,,/.. ', -. 1 202 .._._.._____.....__..... .. :':J..f...' ,:. n. N. Mlllcr, Agent ........... ._ 2.9.1
: guardrail without injury to the : ;t. {;: .' ,Nsk; .' Lots 11 and 12, Block '., I,. ... _
110 it 'V to Co 10 : '. 202 ?.,....-----.-..., '. :'. t.jt Mrs. I". C. Deacon __.__.._ 4.95
car occupants.REV. Rd thence 4'3Nml .: \ I > : >' : F. W. Iverson _.__.....___.__ 2.96
degrees and ,, : '.'.:. .. .. i. Geo. Prevatt _....._.__._..__..._ 7.11
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"r WALDEN TO PREACHAT pt. of Beg. _._.___ 23, 43" 34 ''. '.25 Darrell- & Pansy Smith. _. 13.61 :: ". :- ,'"f. R; N. Miller, Agent ....__ 3.04
Lots 2 and 3,. Block .
Beg. S'V Cor. of Cecil .p j : ..J' .::, .. <
BAPTIST CHURCH SUNDAYRev. : 207 R. N. Miller, Agent __._.._ 4,95'Thos.
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J. Aiken Tract :W :. .. i', .' : .
.';- :" .' J' Lot 7, Block 207 __ '. :": B. Logan __.__...__ 2,78Mrs.
and Parallel cord ..t ,I '. '.' Lot 13, Block 207TM_ ;. : : Frances, Neiman '___._ 2.65
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G. Walden of Bronson 50 ft. N 150 ft., E ', A
Ray .' .. Lots 21 and 22, Block .. / :',f .:
: will preach at both'' the morningand and RD 50 parallel ft. S to Beg.Co.-23 43" .:u .25Mc: 'V. Fullwood __._._......__ 4.92Wlh 208 _._.____._...___'. .' ''"oj I .,. Mrs. Louis Mor _.._._._..__.___ 4.21
Lot :21, Block 208 _._ ; {,; ;, n. N. Miller, Agent _..;_ .68
'evening services at the Baptist of E' of NW3s '
Lots 25 and 26, Block / >
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and Wof. Elh of _.,__.___. _.,... ; : ';
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Church Sunday. ... .__._.. .._..__,._. 208 1'; r Allie Spear Burns _.___._ 01.71
SE's of NW1A ... 24 43 34 50' F. J. Toke'eda 9.12 208" '.. 1. :{'' '
... .. : >
S Lot 34, Block ... ::1 ,:: C.' C. Hare _.._.._..__..__._...._... 2.46
Following the evening service of 24 43 31 20 Chas. N. Williams ._.__,;..___ 6.37
E', of NE'4 NWi Lot 29, Block 354 -..... ., ;: '; 't'Lot Alice G. llothrock __.___ 3.29C.
r:};. there will be a meeting of the lus Cantrell tract in 28, Block 355 _..._. ;1"f'' ; ;.. M. Baler ___"__'___ 1.21
L all members NE'A recorded in Lot 9, Block 357 ___._ ; '.; : ,{,:. Fred Menge ..____._..__._ 2.30
church at which

E;- urged to be present. are page Deed' 59 Book..._.__No._._._.16_...N, 24 .f3- ;:1: 9 Gus Cantrell _.....__._.._......._. .. ] 143Elh Lot Lot 4 5,, Block Block 358 358 ___.__w.._. .-' ".' ,"" : ;' {;d,';,,;, Df Miss R.Marjory Larsen Durgin..J.._._._._.._...,....__ 3.29 3.29
of NW', of NW'35 43 .H :20! S. O. Godman _..__._.._._.._._?_ S.3i Lots 15 to 17, Block '
E% of NE1,4 of NWIA 1 44 3.1 20 Ernest H. May ..____..__.__. 6.37 358 ... .. ..._ E1h of SWof S'VIA 1 44 34 20 Robt. D. Lyons .....__.._.._.__.... 4.40 w :. >- f' Hattie A. Libby __._..._..._ 21.23
"Rough Fish" To ,Be E% of NE1A of NW',4 13 44 34 20 E. F. Slattery _._____?.._ 49,74E' Lot 34, Block 358 .__.... .: .r L.,. .,' ,'k Clew. Realty &. Dev. Co. 3.29
; of S'V% of NE34 25 H 34 20 E. N. Turner _...._..___.:.._ 6.37 Lot 43, Block 358 _..:..._ 1 ',, "y I' ,":; Hilda Toenberg _.___.._ 3.13
E'' E% of SW1/4 of NW1,4 29 H 34 20 l\f. H. White ..________ 6.37 Lots 16 and 17, Block J :. r.: .
Removed From Blue EZ of SW32 of SW3's 9 ,15 34 20 Mrs. Henry Winter __._._ 6,37W'Aj 360 ._.._...____.. ., .;,;; H. E. Walker _.___.___._ 3.66
of SW'4 of NE1,4 21 45' 34. .20 Jacob Wolken _____.:._._ 6.37 Lots 30 and 31, Block ..:1? .t :, cLots .:, i

S\Vof SE'A of 360 .----..--.-- ,., ,\ ,, R. L. Guthrie ......__.....___ 5.50A.
Cypress Lake NW'1 46' 34 10 1\1. D.' Calmecheal-Louis 34 and 35, Block .t,) ,': ; '. ': '

Abeson .....__l..?_,__.___._.. 4.02 360 -...........-.....---...... ,i. ,.::. r t: A. Dobbins .__...._:__.._._ 5.50
E1 Jof SW'/ of NW'25 46' 34 20 Unknown _.._....._..__.__.___..... 6.37 '.\r.
Lot 16, Block 361 _'"... '' ,. ki J. G. O'Neal _..-....._..._.._.. 3.29 :J
W3G of NW.'j of SEJ 25 46 34 :20! E. F. Yehllng _._,...__._,:.._.._ 6.37 : ; : :':' 1
f Lot 19, Block 361 -_ ... '. Clew Realty & Dev. Co. 2.30
>3 Removal of "rough fish" from All ._....._._..__.............._....._.._ 2 47 34 1i.10 Tamlaml Land Dev Co. ... 35.69 Lot 30, Block 362 _?_ -< 1' ',\..:"., .. N. B. O'Keliy & J. E.
Blue lake the All _......_.......:.__..................__.._ 4 47 31 i.tO Tamlaml Land Dev. .Co. 35.69 .' ; : Beardsley, Agent .._._______ 3.59.Tewell
state
Cypress by NWi and S3 f .............., 5 47 34 480 N. Whidden-D. G. Lots 1 and E2, :';; :r
ti ; commission of game and fresh water 1\JcCormack .__....._.._..........__ 22.77All Block 363 _._.:...._..._ '., : ". ..'. SeiglE-I' ...._.___............... 14.-19
_* fish was authorized Monday night _...._...._..,.._._.....__.._.... 7 41 .34 640 N. Whidden-D. G. Lot 13, Block'' 363 _._ ,'" '/ J1' ,'-. C. E. Robbins ._.______..._ 11.98
: McCormack __.....__..__...._._... 35.99 Lot 10, Block 367 _.._ ;.' < '"" 'I S Emil Hensbourg _.___.., 3.6.1!
,' by the board of county commissioners. All _._._._..._..._...:,_......_...... 10 47 34 640 Tamlaml Land Dev Co. 35.69 Lot 17, Block 367 __ ::, l\I. A. Farran ;____ 3.69
All __._____.__.:_.._.. 12 47 34 640 Tamiami Land Dev. Co. .... 35,69W3 Lot 25, Block 369 _"'M .'. .,y.1. )i.:1'/1: (. Guy Pearl ._.___.__ 3.29C.
of NEj/I __._._.._ 13 47 34. 80 Anton J. Hladik ...._.____.... 9.26 Lot 13, Block 370 ......._ ._. ;, .< T. nkervls __.____ 3.65
"' Action was taken at a special All .__..._.____.__,_...._.._ 14 4734 640 Tamiaml Land Dev. Co. 35.69 Lot 38 Block 370 _._., .. .: :':(...:: ;, Urs. Ethel I. Button __ 3.29
': ., N3 and SE'4 ____._. 17 47. 34 440 -D. G. Lot 12, Block '374 __ "i 1 'A ,'' H. C. Avant' ._.____.: __ 9.09
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". meeting of the board and Interest __._........._.,.. 27,17W' Lot 10, Block 377 ._._ <:<.f' ;' r Mrs. F. C. Deacon & J. D.
.>. ed persons. Proposal to remove of W',44 _..,._..._?_ 18 41 34 .160 Tamiami Land Dev. Co. 14.55 .' Garber ._.____..__?_.__ 2.96
: the fish D3s ...?_.._..:.__......_..___..._.._. ., 19 47 34 320 The Dale Miller Really Co 18.07 Lot 15. Block 377 ,:.' 't"' ,.. JA' Unknown _._.;........... _.......;__.._ 3.29G.
.- rough was offered by the W1h _..___.._.__...__.._._._. 19 47. 34 .320 N. Whidden-D. G. Lots 32 and 33, Block : ;" ..< ..... :;;
];, Indian River County Rod and Gun McCormack __..__._,,____._..._ 18.37 377 ...-.-"-.....---..---.'... .. .- "r: .; i' .". ". fi.: E. Eth rton' _._........_...._._. 6.67

u:. ': club, and the work outlined by John All All ::::::::: :::::::=: ::::= 22 24 g 34 34 640 640 Tamlami Tamlaml Land Land Dev.Dev. Co.Co.:' : 35.69 35.69: Lots 378 17...and.. _18. ,: Block.... .... ;.... :: <',:.;>' ?,J -'If. :,: ... Mary Hayes DavIs ..._..._..... 22.20

;i-: ,. L. Billings, chief conservation All ..._.........._.............__...____. 26 47 34. 640 Tamiami Land Dev. Co. ... 35.69 Lot 3, Block 381 ............ ,' ,'.: .:.&:. [ E. A. Erickson ._.,....__.._......._ 2.66"
it.> agent of the 4th district at the All ..........':_..._..._.__..._._.... 28 47 34. '.640 Tamlaml Land Dev Co. _. 35.69 Lots 22 and 23, Block ; ; .
All _....__....._...........,._.;.:... 29 47 34 640 N. 'Whldden-D. G. 383 ._..._""_.._......____...... .' :" C.' L. Reddish _...._.._._._____._ 5.27F.
; :: last regular, meeting of the board. ', McCormack .........-. 35.9 Lots 13 to '17, Block .1YJ;' t. .: '
J B. Tippin president of the All _..__... ;..,.._....._:..: _;::' : 31 47 34 640 N. nD-G--: 385 ...__.._._ --.._._.._ ;> .; ,'. ..' G. Johnson ..._...____.___._ 9.98
: ,.. McCormack ...__.__..........._._... 35.99 Lot 21, Block: 412 ---... ..: K'. -.; .t':s May S. Ames _.._. ...--.-.- 2.96
/: ; rod and gun club, B. L. Holman AU _.._..._.._.....__..__._..M. 33 47 34. 640 N. Whidden-D. G. Lots 21 and 22, Block )Y t"r 'l> '

.r..: and the local game warden were McCormack _......._........._........._ 35.99 417 ..........______M._.. S .' a J. C. Curtiss ..._-::.,._._._..__ 3.36
',\,: All ._..,_._.._._...._.__.,..__., 34 47 34 640 N. Whidden-D. G. Blocks 419, 420 and } ''' r- \
present at Monday night's meeting I McCormack __....._........_......._..... 35.99 'I 421 -....___.___..._.__._. ..''. ".,;'- .7 ..': "3 A. C. L. RY." Co. _.._.____ 10.56R.
/ ; of the board. All _._.................-:. :;; ...__l 3" 47 34 640 N. Whldden-D. G. Lots 27 and 28 Block :'.- >_
,t Plans call for seining the 'lake I : ; ;;": :; McCormack _._......_.._.._...._.._ 35.99 422 _._.?.___.__..-..?......? "::1-:> '. .J ,, ,: N. Miller __._::..____.__ 1.74.
All __._,_......,._..:_....._.__.- l' 48 34. 640 N. Whidden-D. G. Lots 25 and 26, Block :.:'.t::. :" '. I'
}i. and removing the "rough fish" McCormack ..........__..?._........_ 31.58. 423 _......_.._..___....___?._..... '. 'j" "', : Mrs. Eva M. Powell _._...._ 4.30R.
: which includes mudfish and I All _..............:._,,;...;.;....._,............_ "2. 48 34 640 N. Whidden-D. G. Lot 27, Block 423 _..... .<, :' :.--', ,n. Hopkinson ___..?___ 2,25R :;
gars, McCormack ...._............_.._...._...._ 31.58 Lots 28 and Block \" .. :- '
turtles. The lake is two and a All _........._......._:...._._:....,_ 3' 48 34 640 N.' Whidden-D. G. .423 : .... :.... _. ,, )..': .: N. Miller "._",_""_',''_'___'_'_ 4.43
half miles wide and almost six ; ..' McCormack ......................_..:......._ 31.58 Lots 35 and 36, Block .:' / :'f.'
All __....___..__Y_;._......_ -.4 4 4.8 34 640 N. Whidden-D. G. 446 r......4_.....__......_.__...._. '., ., I.." ; '." Jordon Elers ......_.__.._..._._....... 4.43
miles long. .< McCormack ..._............._._......_?_. 31.58 Lot 15, Block 451 .__.. 16 43 ; .t534: ?, Harvey; Guthrie _._.______ 5.75
Motion on the fish removal was All _.___..._..',._.........._'_..... 5 48 34. 640 N. Whldden G. Lot 9. Block 495 --..._ .; { ;;f: ... Robt. Espie, Jr. _.______.._ 2.70
: ." .;, rcCormack' ....._._...._,......__. 31.58 Lots 12 and 13, Block :-< ;' ; ,.\ ..."
made by W. C. Graves, jr., and All ..._....._,__.....:......_.__.._. 6' 48 -4 640 N. WhiddenD.W G. 495 _______._.. ." .: '.,. Ruth R. Beardsley _.__._ 6.31
rv''. seconded by Frank C. Vickers, that McCormack ._......_......:......_._._ 31.58 Lot 14, Block 495 _....... : .: <; Claude L. Beckett ___.._ 3.87C.
AU _._,_...?' ..__...:____{ 9 48 34 640 N. Whidd n-D. G. Lot 16, Block 495 _:.._ l\I. Allen ._...__._.__.._ 3.23R.
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the commission of game and fresh McCormack ....::.....__...._.__ 31.58 Lot 9, Block 498 ..._M_ N. Miller, Agent _.?._. 1.44
t water fish be authorized to proceed AU ______._....____..____ 10 48 34 640. N. Whidden-D. G. Lot 15, Block 498 ._... \Jrs. Edith L. Taylor __ 2.70
with McCormack ......___._.._..._...._ 31.58 Lot 7, Block 505 _.._._._ 15 43 34 Mrs. Holdsworth _._..__._ 1.44
the removal of "rough fish"from All .....___._____._ 11 48 3-1 640 N. Whidden-D. G. Blocks: 605, 606, 607
I Blue Cypress lake as outlined McCormack _..______.._?_.._..__. 31.58 and 608 _.__.._..___._ 16 43 34 3 llll. llT-W. _.__.._..___ 3.72
TOWNSITE OF TilE Block 610 612, 613,
by John L. Billings, with the under- CITY OF CLEWIS- C14- 615 and 616 _... 15 43 34 10 llR. RT-W.. ________., 10.61
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