The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00683
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: May 20, 1938
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
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Levee WorkBids Takes 404 Pieces


were opened in the Jacksonville A special plane, which picked up

FREEHOLDERS HEREA office of U. S. Engineers RICH 'GLADES SOIL ,Belle aIrmail Glade at yesterday Clewiston afternoon and in at STARTS SUNDAY ,

Tuesday for some fencing and
observance of National Air Mail
repair work on the levee west
bond issue of $50,000 was Ely Clydo Bealo week) took 404 pieces of mail from The Duval Jewelry
authorized in Clewiston: school district of Moore Haven. Thirty three I GAINESVILLE, May 18.Florida I Clewiston, and brought the total HandicapGolf
by freeholders voting in bidders submitted bids on the must take protective steps ,in airmail items for the week to 709 Tournament, sponsored by the

Tuesday's election, and another work, but the bids have not been the near future if she is to avoid for the local post office. Duval Jewelry Co. of West Palm

step towards the ,erection of a high tabulated as :yet, and no low, bidder losing vastly rich portions of the The plane arrived at 4 o'clock, Beach, will open match play -next

school building in Clewiston was I has been announced.The Everglades by destructive fires piloted by Wright Vermilya, jr., Sunday at the Clewiston Golf Club.
taken. work included the erection. like those which have burned over and was met by Postmaster A. W. First
play will continue
.! Only fifty .voters appeared at I I of steel fencing .along Kissi'nuneeRiver extensive acreages in various sections : Sias and an interested group of

the polls, 47 of them voting for and Nubbin Slough on the of the glades during the past onlookers who witnessed the departure throughout the week and' over the

the bonds, 2 against the bonds north shore, and repair of levee few weeks, Dr. Wilmon Newell, director I of. the second air mail following Sunday, May 29th. '

j and one failing to. register any along Fisheating creek west of of the state experiment station plane from Clewiston. The first The Duval meet is open only to

vote on this important issue. Moore Haven. said here today. I plane was in celebration of All Everglades golfers and wiUSjbe
The election not only authorizedthe The U. S. Engineer dredge, Con- After long and careful study of Florida Air Mail week a few '-'
school board to issue thee I garee, arrived in the Lake this the Everglades and its problems, I months ago, ajid was also pilotedby played on a handicap basis. The.
week and which are, unlike those of any Mr. Vermilya. tournament, 'is the first industrial
bonds for this district, but also has been sent to Okee-
) elected, a board of trustees to chobee where it will begin pump- other farming section in Amer- Air mail items from the local affair of this kind to be held in
Dr. Newell has to the '
serve for the next two years. D. ing a protective beach along a come office this week include 115 on the Everglades, and judging from
that the
conclusion following
B. Allen' and Mrs. J. A. McGehee portion of the north shore levee measures would protect these fer- Monday, 95 on Tuesday 82 on the first days entries a great deal
'Kol- where there has been Wednesday, and 417 on Thursday. .
remain as, trustees and II. C. some eros-
tile lands from destruction by fire: I of interest will be, shQwn in the .,.: .
stad was elected to succeed A., O. ion due to wave action. It is esti- Postmaster Sias expects that when ,"
Ward. The ticket ballot bore the mated that three weeks or a month Provision of more fire-fighting the week is concluded a total of meet. Entries opened last Sundays;-* "
machinery and equipment for the
names of Allen, Kolstad and Mrs. I'will be required to complete this Everglades Fire Control District, 1000 items will have been sent morning at the Clewiston club and, >,& :'1'C:

McGehee and these were elected work. from Clewiston.BROWNST.. 44 names were on' the dotted line ',-j-
as'present facilities are inadequate. .,.Jt.' ......
by strong majorities. Scatteringvotes I I Passage of a state law againstthe when the club closed for the day. '" .*", \
were also recorded for Mrs. hunting of alligators, since ;
Additional entries will be taken jf
M. M. Prewitt, W. W. Perry, NEGRO IS DROWNED I many fires have been started pur- MARTIN fIi, ,
C.I throughout this and
week the list
H. Berner and W. C. Prewitt. I posely by hunters to burn off pro- ,
I A levy of ten mills for, district I tective vegetation in swales where is expected to swell considerably.A. .

purposeS: was authorized at the IN HARLEM CANALHenry : alligators were hidden. WEDDING SATURDAYA O. Jenkins president of the

election, :32:: votes being cast for Raising the water table or act- Duval organization, personally do-

10 mills, one for 5 mills and the ually flooding the surface of glades nated the championship cup, a

remainder indicating no choice. G. Chester, colored employee i land not in cultivation. This would wedding of more than usual beautiful 24 inch silver trophy. In

I at the Plantation Machine 'reduce or remove the inflamma- I interest in Clewiston was that accordance with his wishes all

189 Cars of Tomatoes Shop, was drowned Wednesday: bility of ,the rich peaty soil and I which occurred in the Community entries will be placed in one single
would protect this soil from lossby Church Saturday evening when group, for first round match play,
Shipped From Area about one o'clock'when he slipped natural oxidation. Miss Mignonne St. Martin becamethe so that everyone may have an

from a makeshift pontoon crossingthe Increasing the cultivated .acreageof bride of W. L. Brown, jr. equal chance at the very desirablecup.

-, canal near Harlem. the glades, as cultivation brings The church was beautifully decorated After the first round has

At the close of Wecnesday's Chester; who was unable"to constant supervision from the for the wedding with a been completed, losers will bo

shipping a total of 189 cars' of I swim, and two other employeesfrom grower and resultant, roads and I profusion of' spring flowers. Priorto grouped in other flights, prizes for

tomatoes had been shipped from the ,shop were crossing the drainage ditches would afford the cermony F. M. Wright sang which, will also be, given. Since
the Lake Harbor and Clewiston I canal using a home-made: pontoonof ready facilities for combatting fires "I Love You Truly," with Mrs. all trophies are being donated by

packing houses this season. I two empty gasoline drums that, might develop. John H. Doty accompanying.The the Duval organization, no' entry -;
Although the season is lashed together by which they' The Everglades Fire,, Control traditional wedding marches fee will be charged. (- :-,
vanced tomatoes are still well-ad-// District, created by an act of the .
pulled themselves across the canal were used and the bride entered Among the first to..enter were
1935 legislature with an appropriation -
picked and shipped, the price this by a wire which }vas staked, down '0-$50,000/"has ,done splendid I with Mr. James A., McGehee, who 0. G. McWhorter of Belle Glade, '
week having dropped to 35 to
on either side: In some manner gave her away. The bridea Everglades Champion, and E. 11."Doc" .
45, cents field box when soldon I work from its stations at Belle '
Chester broke the wire as he petite brunette, was radiantly of South
the platform. The price is low, Glade and Davie, extinguishing 617 VanLandingham
was pulling on it and fell from lovely in an ankle length after-
but, is keeping the pickers busy fires in little more than a year Bay, Everglades Handicap king.
and keeping money in circulation. the pontoon into the water. after its creation: but its machineryand noon gown of cerise chiffon. She Emmett Shelley of Clewiston, run-

Growers are continuing to pick and His companions called help, and equipment are far from adequate carried a corsage of roses in ner-up'to McWhorter, also handed

--... ship as long as there is sufficient his body was recovered in a few Director Newell said. "Ad- varied shades to ,harmonize with in his entry, as did Louis Gold of

%II/ market to pay something over costs hours. A coroner's jury was im- ditional fire-fighting units at her gown. Pahokee, recent runer-up in the
of handling. j pannelled by Justice of the Peace strategic points in the glades ,;l.:'e Mrs. C. E. Miner, the bride's Everglades Handicap.

On the basis of prices this seas- j G. Small and, returned a verdict necessary," he asserted.As only attendant, wore an afternoon Entries for the meet are being

on, growers to break-even on their that death was caused by 'accidental a great majority ot the fires dress of blue metallic, which was accepted at the Clewiston Club and

crop have had to produce 100 .I drowning. The jury was (Continued on Page 10) made ankle length. She carrieda will close definitely Saturday even-

crates per acre for every acre composed of C. E. Miner, J. H. I mixed bouquet of garden flowers. ing. Everglades golfers desiringto

planted. Most growers have failedto Tuck, R. R. Embry, I. S. Bell, I The' bridal party was met at the enter this meet are urged to get

produce this much, and there Norman Hansen and G. A. Yon. NEW BOAT CLUB IS 'altar by the groom and his best I their entries in at once:,

fore have failed to make a profit I man, M. C. Doko. Both were at- I Don Young, Clewiston professional -

from their tomatoes. Chicken Pilau Served tired in dark trousers with white I announces' that the handicaps -

The average f. o. b. basis for I FORMED BY OWNERS\ I coats and wore gardenia bouton- of all Glades golfers will be

the season has been about $600 By Contest LosersThe nieres. The impressive ceremonywas re-figured for this meet and will he

per_ car, it is estimated by the I performed by the Rev. Forest based strictly on scores turned in
packing houses in this area. 40 OF SMALL CRAFTA I '
C. Taylor, .minister of the Community in the past.
percent of this. going for packing {1 team of A. W. Sias in the I Church. '
house costs, material and labor, 20 recent Kiwanis attendance contestwas

percent for picking and haulingand I entertained at a chicken dinner Clewiston Boat Club was or- I after A wedding the receptionvas at the home held of U. S. Engineers To
the balance to the grower. by members of the losing team, ganized on Tuesday evening bra Patterson..
R. Y.
An. abundant tomato crop was headed by Dr. J. ,$V.. Ezelle, Wednesday group of owners of small craft I Mr. and Mrs. the bride Clean Out Culverts
Later in the evening
harvested this season. The I evening. The winning team for the purpose of providing hous- I
left for a few days
has tomatoesless and groom
drought damaged was only one attendance aheadof ing facilities and protection for I
than almost any produce crop. on the East Coast. Arrangements are now being
the losers. small boats of the members.J. .
It's chief damage has been that it Mrs. Brown is the daughter of made by the local U. S. Engineer
The diner in the form of' A. McGehee elected presi-,
I was a was
has induced the prevalence of I Mr. and Mrs. J., H. St. Martin of office to clean out all drainage
chicken pilau held at the Beards- dent and A '. O. Ward.secretary has residedin
wilt. West Palm Beach.l She culverts along the East Shore of
ley Farm. The delicious pilau was and treasurer by the sixteen members and is
( Clewiston for six years the lake and to clean and repainta
prepared by W. C. Hooker, and who make up the original '
United States
with the Gate No.
connected portion of Hurricane
Key West Highway .1 the' enthusiastic appetites which group. Others who own boats or Mr. Brown is
I Sugar corporation. 5 at Canal Point.It .
were displayed were a real tributeto are interested become members -
may the son of W. L. Brown, sr. off is proposed to close off the
Dedicated July 41 i his culinary skill., 'at any' time West Palm Beach and has made his Canal Point gate for about ten
An almost perfect attendance The committee, J. A. McGehee,.f .
home in Clewiston since November.He days in order to clear out all the
I was recorded at the dinner, which A. O. 'Va I'd'and H C. Ko starl, ]
I in the general the
Key West, May 18, (FNS-A Is also employed silt and to clean and repaint
was also Ladies Night only two who were named to secure a loca- Mrand .
gala three day celebration will office of 'the sugar corporation. underwater steel work. During the
regular members absent. tion for boat house state that
being ,
mark the official opening of the I a Mrs. Brown are residing for ten days the gates will be entirely
Overseas highway to Key West and Those attending included Mr. they have secured a site on the the present in the O. A. Jone closed off by needle dams and no
and Mrs. R. N. Smith Mr. and Industrial Canal,
I west bank of the
John Costa, chairman ofthe cele- : I apartment. traffic or flow of water from
bration committee announced this I Mrs. B. E:: Herring, J. G. Niblack, (This is just behind the site on i r lake will be permitted.

week that visitors who journey to Mr. and Mrs. Ralph M. Bishop, which the old Clewistou Inn stood.) FIRST CUBAN FLIGHT Work on 'the gate will probably

the Island city July 2, 3, and 4th Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Ward, Mr. and A construction committee, consisting WILL BE CELEBRATED ,begin next week. Derrick boat No.

will be royally enterained. Among Mrs. C. E. Miner, Mr. and Mrs.' J. of B. P. Luce, Foy- Durrenceand --"--- 1 with a crew of ten men will do

r.\ events contemplated is a historical F. Tippey, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. T. H. Jones, is drawing ur Miami, May 18, (FNS-A five the work 'of cleaning the drainage
'Y'pageant which will graphically pic- ,Perry Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Law- plans for the boat house Avhlch day celebration( commemoratingthe culverts.

ture the succession of historical rence, Mr. and Mrs. Harry H. will be submitted' at a later meet first flight from Florida to
events of Key West. Preparations Turner, Mr. and Mrs. R. C, Now- ing of the group. It is planed Cuba began here :with the arrival

arc being made to care for thou- ling, Miss; Marion Leydig, Mr. and to have one boat house built with this week of Domingo Rosillo, by Thursday Closings
sands of visitors during this festive Mrs. H. R. Hall, Rev. and Mrs. individual slips in which each own Pan-American airliner. Rosillo

three day period. Forest C. Taylor, er can lock his boat. made the first flight 25 years ago.' Begin This Week
Key West is indeed a Magic Isle Mrf. and Mrs. Ivey M. Pafforcl There is an increasing number Now 61 he will be decorated more
and nowhere are people more hos- Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Sias, Mr. and of small pleasure craft in ant' than 20 times during ceremonieshere afternoon closings be-

.,' pitable or better entertainers. ,Mrs. R. C. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs.E. about Clewiston ,and the construction and at Key West and Havana. Thursday this: week and all Clewiston
M. Cornette Miss Marjorie of a boat house by the ownen In honor of the event the Cuban gan to close
; ': Meeting Called To l Hood, E. E.. Kelly, Mr. and Mrs. will be of great benefit' to them government is issuing a special air their merchants stores have at 12:30 and remain

C. E. Robbins, Dr. and Mrs. J, I and will encourage and promote mail stamp printed when Rosillo. following day.

E t Organize Ball Club I W. Ezelle, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. boating and fishing on the lake. made the flight surcharged with. closed The until only the exception to the rule

t Hooker and lIr.and Mrs. }.Foy The present membership includerJ. his name and performance. the drug stores where an

Durrence.G. D. Bruce, jr., W. C. Prewitt H are been reached that
Everyone interested in the L. Davis, Joe Schroeder, Foy Dur Beginning September' 15 Tampa agreement has will remain open
[ organization of a baseball B. Thomas has taken over the f rence W. A. Davis, T.: H. Jones, will have an air-freight service one drug store afternoon and all

team for Clewiston is invited operation of the Gulf Service C. O. Benbow, G. M. Waters, Harry with planes operating between each Thursday and the other two
r-" to attend a meeting .at the Station on the Highway this week. Turner, B. P\ Luce, J. A. McGehee, Florida and New York and Florida day each Sunday be closed, the
1 i' City Hall Monday evening at The' station was formerly operated D. Olden, H. C. Kolstad, Ai O. and Chicago with convenient stops drug stores will

t, : eight o'clock by Vincent Ogieaby::1 _' Ward and Glen Etherton*. en route. .... .. ,. ,_. stores" .-... with" '. alternate. \h\ ..(; closing.

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True, Courtesy Is THE CHEERFUL CI1ERU "

I Cap-and-Gown Days I "Quotations"A Consideration in Action ,

I lost my job the
attributes of lady
a great;
Between merely formal cour-
may still be found in the rule of cfey
tesy and heart-inspired kindness,
the four S's-sincerity, simplicity, there is as much difference as between I retJly need my

sympathy and serenity.-Emily Post a wax model and a real w&.
Men hate to think largely because woman. If I Kfc.d kept on

they cannot do .-Nicholas Murray Even formal civility, however, is working the.T'.e,. !

Butler. invariably preferable to "brutal I
The home is a laboratory wherewe frankness." I.might 'ci.ve. otter
-rya .. learn to get on in the wider field rut.
r G'M ] The harder it is for a person to 11"b.. -i i
l that we must all step into as we 1 R!1'(II"'1 i
be decent in society, the more .
grow older.-Mrs, F. D., Roosevelt social "nice- I
: should practice the II
: Nobody can ever set anything ties." The best place to practice I

Vt f v. :yy /j right Lf everybody is equally wrong.G. kindness is in one's home. If one CkWNU
K. Chesterton. trains himself to be polite to his

Business men know today that relatives, he need not fear that
their employees are also their cus- he will make any serious social
? nk'a.. tomers.-Colonel Arthur Woods. blunders.-James Warnack in Los

Angeles Times. Service.AGENTS'.

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tions for making a chair or buffet
y : set, and scarf; illustrations of the
chair set and of all stitches used;"

: : y c\jlL material" requirements; a photo-
: graph of the butterfly.To .
obtain this pattern, send 15 Agents-Season now starting. Up to twen-
ty dollars daily selling Instant hot water
cents in stamps or coins (coins Bolls two minutes.
r.jrrsfor : eiton E)
o t territory
preferred) to The Circle
Household Arts Dept., 259 W. 14th
,. .ar d .t f? Street, New York, N. Y.

g Please write your name, ad-
It Almost Worked
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dress and number
pattern plainly.
A most miserly person thoughtto
,r7 train his horse to get along

,. r1 Uncle PhIIk without food and so subtracted
daily something from his food, till
at last the horse died. "How comeit

Sayi to die?" he was asked. "Why,
: I thought," he answered, "to get

him to live on nothing and just as

As Malicious as Gossips I brought him to it, he died."

In colleges throughout America, There are those who are. intenton
as y academic careers are closing for jelling the truth if it will hurt I
b X thousands of seniors. Now come somebody.

ceremonies traditionally connected Make a man happy and he'll_
with spring and graduation.At sing; make a woman happy and
Wellesley (upper left), winnerof she'll cry. "

the annual "hoop" contest will One needs to be trained for the t

be the first to marry. Below is a vocation he is to follow, but he BOYS! GIRLS! I '
typical college alumni festival as Pattern No. 6031.There's also needs an education in orderto rnCCAVIATIONrnCL '
old grads reunite' for commence- in enjoy the intellectual things of CAPSEverything I
ment activiti s. graceful beauty every
stitch of this butterfly which you'll life.Elephants
live forever does
find charming for a chair set, buf- as '_' ___ _u ___ ____ __ '__ ____
rich uncle who is
fet set or scarf ends. Crochet it your going :

in string '. the same medallion leave you $50,000. : ;;y- :oil.__,. ': \a"Wa 1'f'_
makes the center of each wing Would Reduce LyingIt ;
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in1 ;
and arm rest. Fascinating pickup ought to be considered politeto < :., .' _""J.
7 '907 work that's easy to do. In refuse to answer when one con- c ____ __ .__ __,___. _
r pattern 6031 you will ,find direc-
siders it best not to.
O is right around this quiet, congenial hotel.
The man with a one-track mindis
Rooms with bath from $2.50 single, $4
the one who struggles: bravelyto
g3E S f >v Love Needs No DrivingLove drag the conversation at a din- double. FAMOUS FOR GOOD FOOD.

has no commandment. She ner party back to where it was
y does all things of herself sponta- when he was interrupted.When : !

neously; hastens and delays not. we all have television sets frWoodstock :
It is enough to .her that it is only one more mystery will be solved.
shown her; she needs no driving. We'll know what makes studio

r -Luther. audiences laugh.

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v glisten as Nature'intended they should, Irium.

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s f We sincerely believe that Pepsodent thorough, and SAFE! It contains NO
Class day Harvard each spring %.%1 : can clean your teeth more thoroughly BLEACH, NO GRIT NO PUMICE. Try
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ditional joust with paper between 1"-'r. :t .yo.... "'::' 4tA. .. "1 natural radiance than'any other dentifrice. natural sparkle!

seniors and alumni. M!_ ,.. '/ :' > .. 4
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Have Yen Entered This Cake Recipe Contest?

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: Nothing to buy No Letter to writeHave

ffi '. you submitted a recipe in the ,big Cake Recipe Contest now being conducted through this news-

... jt : paper by C. Houston Goudiss, author of our "WHAT TO EAT AND WHY" series?

r::. : If not,take time today to write out your favorite cake recipe, and send it to him,attaching the couponbelow. ;

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rf; What Is Your Specialty?
( ; ; : There are no restrictions as to the type of recipe that First Prize FiveSecondPrizes Ten _
:: may be submitted. A simple loaf cake has an equal chance Third Prizes ;
:. ',' with an elaborate layer cake, provided it's good So send
t d / k along the recipe for that cake which never fails to delight -
it : :. your family., Enter that special cake you reserve for $2500 $1000 $ 00
; 6 < t i.. parties and church suppers. Or" the. one your children say
is the best cake in 'town. Ea.
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No Letter to Write. '
i You'll agree that this is one of the easiest contests you O Enter your recipe in this contest today. Mall recipe -
:r;{. ,.... ...___ ,, ., ... .. ... .. ever entered, because there 'is nothing to buy, no letter to and coupon properly filled out with your full name, ad- -
.f ; NN/ N''NoV.;< "M..N. ; :> ""'UN':'.-;n ..,:.;: write. And it won't take more than a few minutes to dress, town state and the trade name of the shortening,
<: : write out your recipe and fill in the coupon. baking powder and flour used in your recipe,: to .C. _
: On commencement day graduating Houston Goudiss, 6 East 39th Street, New'. York City. '
.., ', '? seniors will file past their college Contest Closes May 31st. '
------ Cake ContestC.
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,> presidents to receive the"sheepskin" You won't have long to wait either, to know the out-
'*= come of the contest. For all recipes must be postmarkednot Houston Goudiss
;<:. that marks a close to later than May 31, 1938, and prize winners will be 6 East 39th Street, New York, N. Y.
,'<. college days. It also marks "finis"to announced as soon as possible thereafter. 1 Please enter the attached cake recipe in your contest.
; campus friendships ,or the end Prize winning recipes together with those receiving
.Wffi'J: of a schoolday romance., Other honorable mention from the judges, will be printed in a 1 My name is.." ...........................................

young men and women graduateswill booklet to be distributed nationally. j ?.!y address...............................................

A march direct to the altar, to 16 Cash Prizes.The 1 Town............................. State..........,.....

: start a new career under auspicesof winning cakes will be selected by experiencedhome My recipe calls. for.................... ...
.r economists the staff of the Kitchen >">
Professor on Experimental (Brand of shortening
lp Dan Cupid himself.As 1 name )
Laboratory maintained by C. Houston Goudiss New
the 1938 crop of college grad- York City. The recipe adjudged the best will win $25 for 1 My recipe. ,'calls for...:.............. ."**
uates faces its new life, America the lucky homemaker who submits it; there will be five 1 (Brand name.of baking"powder_ )

hopes the going ,may be smooth, second prizes of $10 each and ten third prizes of $5 each. 1 1 My recipe calls for.......................... ."........ w/
and that each may find his niche in 1 (Brand name of flour)
the world of business.

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Dean of the Moody Bible Instituteof V
Western Newspaper Union.

THIS Lesson for May 22
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WEEK .... \ .1'l'1 \J-AUGHlNff FUNNY BONE
W TEXT-Mark 12:13-17, 2834. :
v .v r GOLDEN TEXT-Thou shalt love thy -"" 7
) neighbor as thyself.-Mark 12:31.: : 'ti .
By LEMUEL F. PARTON PRIMARY TOPIC-A Sermon on a Penny. i, BHA\ -
JUNIOR TOPIC-A Sermon on a Penny.
NEW YORK.-Two or three years Loyalty to God and Country.
ago, I was one of a group of YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPIC- ol,off.Ve. .
newspaper men arguing about who Obligations of Christian Citizenship. .

was the best reporter who ever
worked around "For God and Country" is a rally-

Roy Burton here. One old-tim- ing cry' that well summarizes the

Knew How to er was holding out spirit and duty of 'the Christian cit WHAT TO EAT Have You a Question'?
izen. So clear and inspiring are the
Fan Up Story for Roy Burton, Ask C. Houston Goudiss
whomhehad teachings; of God's Word regarding

known on the Brooklyn Eagle in the the; relationship of the Christian to -*-

nineties. Burton, he said, was the his country that one marvels that I ANDWHYiA C. Houston Goudiss has put at the

best leg-man and digger, the most national leaders who are seeking to disposal of readers o} this newspaper

fearless, and the most gifted ,in stimulate civic loyalty do not pro- I all the facilities of his famous Experimental -

fanning up a story out of nothingat mote a revival of the study of, the Kitchen Laboratory in

all. He knew make-up, too, said Bible. Dr. Moore is right when he ,New York City. He will gladly an-

the oldster. says, "No bad''' citizen is a good $ e.1ajt nj Ud(5 sw.er.{ questions,concerning foods anddiet'lt's

The diligent reporter has been Christian 'and no good Christian is not 'necessary to write a

1k duly rewarded. He is the Sir Pom- a bad citizen." The solution of our I letter unless '.you desire, for post

eroy Burton whose magnificent nation's problems would be a great Discusses the, card inquiries'will receive the same

French chateau the duke and evangelistic campaign from coast to careful attention. Address ,him at 6

duchess of Windsor were lookingover coast. A man ,like Moody would u.; East 39th'Street, New York City.is .
recently. then appear in-'his true position 'as HEED FOR IODINE

a great patriot. The soul-winner ,
rich in iodine watercress be-
With the Northcliffe papers in ,
than the
would be
London became multimillionaire more important comes a ,fine source of this sub.
a Key Substance the Thyroid' Gland-Tells
as he transformed British jour- vote-getter. Why,not try it? stance.', ,' / .

nalism with daring American tech Our lesson presents our Lord''on How to A'Vdid'odine' Starvation.. ',- ,-*_ N _
ofHis week when .
Tuesday passion "
niques. He became a British citizenin : : ,
adversaries in their Iodized Salt
He met His
1914 and was knighted 1923. By C. HOUSTON fcOJJDISS ': '
cunning, efforts to entrap Him in One 'of the
In addition to his vast newspaper 6 East 39th'St.. New York City. satisfactory
interests, he is a magnate of elec- His words so that they might con- discovery of our :vital need'for' iodine is one of the methods for adding iodine to the
demn Him. The two incidents before JHE diet in
tric power and utilities.He thrilling chapters in the long history of scientific especially goiterous regions -
have broader
: us applicationthan is through the use of iodized
was a printer's devil on hisfather's to citizenship alone, but we research. salt. In Detroit, a city-wide test

newspaper in Youngstown, may well consider 'them in that Many investigators contributed to our understanding of of iodized salt reduced the preva-
Ohio, and, at the age of twelve, was light, for they reveal that the citi- lence of from 36
about in iodine hunger, but special credit is due 'to Dr. David Marine simple goiter per
knocking country printshops
zen who is right with God will be
cent to 2 per cent. Similar fig-
Ohio on the same job. He becamea and his co-workers; and to<
right with the nation and with his ures have been cited for other lo-
compositor the Brooklyn Eagle. could be 'prevented in humans,
on own neighbors. Dr. E. C. Kendall of the Mayo calities. Iodized salt'costs' no
Hearing of a vacancy on the news and undertook the now famous
I. The Christian Citizen Loves His Clinics at Rochester, Minn. more than ordinary table salt and
in Akron Ohio. A
staff, he persuaded the city editor census study
; Country (vv 13-17)). Today we know that' although is an excellent safeguard against
to give him a try at ,reporting.He was made of the thyroid glands of
hired evening clothes to covera The Pharisees, who hated Rome it constitutes only all school girls ,from the fifth to simple.goiter.

society function. There, Colonel for: its domination of Palestine, and about one part in three, million the twelfth grades. Almost 50 per -*-
,: the Herodians, who supported Rome. cent were found to have enlarged
Hester of
of the weight
Boss Liked in its control of the land, were ene- parts thyroid glands. Iodine in Drinking Wafer
the Eagle, was
Youth in tremendously impressed mies, but they joined forces to tempt iodine is so essential that its The girls were given small Even in early times, it was be-

Hired Tails with the Christ. They knew that if- He said absence from the diet may doses of sodium iodide dissolvedindrinking'water lieved that there was some relation -

personable young "Yes" to their question the Jews have the gravest conse- at given periodsover between goiter and, drinking
would be angry, and if He said "No" water and recent evidence has
man with whom he was talking, and quences., 2fe years. At the end of: ,
he He could be condemned as a trai- found that disclosed that there was a sound
thought had met him ,some- -*- that time, investigators
where. Young Burton did not remind tor to Rome. of 2,000 pupils, only 5 developed basis for this belief. Two investi-

the colonel that he had seen The trap was set, but it caught Thyroid-The Gland of Glands thyroid enlargement. Of the 'same gators found that the water in a

the young man in a printer's aprona only the crafty hunters. Taking their Iodine is necessary for the nor- number not treated, 500 showed large part of the northern half of
pocket he declared thatif the United States falls into' low-
few days before. own money mal functioning of the thyroid enlargement. a
used Caesar's iodine classification.
He became city editor and man- they money they gland, situated in the front part of -*-
aging editor, of the Eagle, held important ought to pay taxes to Caesar. The the neck. The thyroid is so important Several communities have given

I __ executive positions with the coin stood for an orderly govern- that it is often regardedas Danger Periods consideration to the prevention of

-'I World and the New: York Journal ment, benefits of which they enjoyed the throttle which governs the This demonstration aroused the goiter by the addition of iodine to

and was taken to England by Lord I, and which they ought to sup- human locomotive, and when it interest of the scientific world and the water supply. This method is

Northcliffe in 1904. Ten years later port.II. fails to function 'normally, the impetus to additional experi- commendable, but it must be
\ he owned all but a few of the Daily The Christian Citizen Loves body machinery may be thrown ments which increased our knowl- borne in mind that wherever iodine -
God ( 20-30)). is taken in forms other than
Mail shares not owned by Lord out of balance. edge of the iodine requirement.The .
.. Northcliffe.In Although this point comes secondin Thyroid disturbance during food, careful supervision by the
great danger periods are ,
the World war, he ,virtually our lesson it comes first in expe- childhood may affect mental and during childhood and physician or the public health au-
rience. It is the who renders and pregnancy thorities is ,necessary.
headed the organization of British man physical development, many adolescence. The diet of the ex-
propaganda, and many of the most unto God the love of the heart, soul,' children have been accused of pectant mother must include an To those homemakers interestedin

damaging anti-German stories were mind, and all of his strength (v. 30) laziness who are suffering from adequate supply to protect herself planning the best possible diet

attributed to him. His enemies who is ready really to love his'coun- thyroid deficiency. Thyroid disor- and avoid the' early development for their families, I shall gladly

try, as he should. der be factorin send lists showing which foods,are
charged that he had "debauched may a complicating 'of simple goiter in the child.It .
British journalism with degrading The scribes loved to dispute about obesity, and specialists have rich in iodine and which are poor
American sensationalism." which was the greatest of the 613 found that it is associated with is also essential to provide in this substance.
iodine for chil-
His, friends insisted he had enlivened commandments which they 'recog- many stubborn skin diseases. It dren sufficient the incidence growing'of the disease
nized. Jesus astonished them by is also claimed that iodine starva- as -
and regenerated it. HeSir increases steadily up to the I Questions Answered '
makes i referring to the passage of Scripturemost tion influences mental makeupand I
an occasional in in
eighteenth girls; boysit
Pomeroy familiar to the Jews (Deut. emotional tendencies. .
trip to at twelve.
6:4, 5)), which declares the unity and reaches its peak
Visits U. S. *
America -
with ,a Some also claim Mrs. M. S. F.-I do not approveof
absolute exclusiveness of the Lord investigators
With Valets staff of valets and the strictly vegetarian diet be-
our God. It' may be well for us to Disfiguring Goiter that one way to enhance the' action -
secretaries, suave, stress this truth even in our time, Simple goiter is a common disorder of the glands after middle life, cause it is unbalanced. One who
and still
dressy fit and
impressiveat desires to omit all animal foods
for most folk regard the worship and of the thyroid gland. At and so prolong youth, is to includein .
seventy-two, with more than a from the diet must also omit the
service of, God as optional. one time the very mention of 'this the daily diet some foods with a
touch of British accent. foods milk
top-notch protective ,
disease terrified girls and women, high iodine content.
III. The Christian
Over, here, he always hated the Citizen Loves who 'feared the unsightly ,lump in and eggs. It is doubtful if adequate
name Pomeroy and shortened it to His Neighbor (vv. 31-34). the neck which disfigures the vic- -*- protein could be supplied without

Roy, but picked it up again in Eng- The scribe did not ask for the sec- tim. Now, thanks to dramatic experiments milk, eggs or meat. Good healthis
Storehouse of
land. He had been named for ond commandment but Jesus pre- we know that simple best maintained on a balanceddiet

"Brick" Pomeroy,.the cyclonic jour- sents it as an unavoidable corollaryof goiter .is an iodine deficiency disease is the duty of every home- and is such a priceless pos-
nalistic disturber of the latter half the first. The man who really maker to learn where the neces- session that I cannot understand

of the last century, and he held loves God will love his neighbor. -*- sary iodine can be obtained and to why anyone should risk the con-

Mr. Pomeroy in low esteem. Pom- Every social injustice would be include iodine-rich foods in'' the sequences of consuming a one- ,

ero'y was almost, but not quite, a wiped out and every cause for strife' Animal Experiments Point the WayIn daily diet, but it is especially important sided diet. 'j

winner. removed if all men loved their fel- 1916, it was estimated that a for those living in "the Miss C. T.-Agar-agar is a non- "

.a low-man as they love themselves.Such million young pigs died annuallyin goiter belt." This area, stretches irritating, indigestible carbohy'I

a condition will never prevail, Wisconsin. Investigation disclosed along the Appalachian mountains, drate. As it is not digested, its

I REPORTING the return of Poult- however, until,men love God. It is that their thyroid glands as far north as Vermont, west- caloric value is zero, and it, could ::
ney Bigelow from a visit to his too much for the flesh to put others were abnormally large and abnormally ward through the basin of the not possibly be fattening. :/

friend, the former kaiser, and his before self. Only the grace of Godis low in iodine. When iodine Great Lakes to the state of WNU-C.Houston Goudiss-1938-11 ,

I fervent approval of dictators, hast sufficient for that. Hence the real was administered to the Washington, and southward' over

, Mr. Bigelow l' become a matter solution of the problems of capital mothers, the young pigs were born the Rocky Mountain and Pacific

r of annual routine. and labor, the "haves" and the normal. states.

I.) Has a Yen It is an old story, "have nots". is to win the men and Scientists reasoned that if goiter -*-

f for Fuehrers but the freshness women on both sides of the struggleto could be prevented in animals, it .i
" and vehemence of a true love for God through Jesus Iodine-Rich'Foods

' Mr. Bigelow's disgust with democ- Christ our Lord In other words, we I The sea is the great storehouseof .';
racy and enthusiasm for fuehrers come again to the inevitable conclu- Send for This iodine and hence, the most
always makes it ;
i interesting.He sion that what our nation needs is abundant sources are sea food, including -
is the patriarch of Malden-on- a revival. salmon, cod, crabmeatand

the-Hudson, with relatives and descendants Social panaceas, revolution either Showing the Iodine Content oysters; cod liver oil-; and

down to greatgrandchildren by force or by law, dictatorships, of Various Foods

all up and down the river. He all these are destined to failure. salt.Fruits and vegetables grown '".

will be eighty-three years old on Men must learn to know and love -*- near' the sea contain varying

September 10. His father, John Bige- God supremely and thus come to you are invited to write C. Houston amounts of iodine, depending upon THE ALL-WEATHER LIGHT

low, was American minister to love their neighbors as themselves.The Goudiss for a chart showingthe the water and soil, and the season, Light it up and
France under Abraham Lincoln. crossroad Sunday school foods: rich' in iodine and those go..anywhere, .3 1 .016111011
the iodine content being at a max-
any time, In
He hunted birds teacher, the missionary in the city which are poor in this substance. It
eggs with the imum in the autumn and winter.In any weather. Genuine Pyrex Globe protects
kaiser, forming a lifetime friend- slums, the preacher of the gospel, will serve as! a valuable guide in mantles againit wind, mow, raip. Clear,
preparing balanced general, it may be said, that powerful brilliance..lust the lieht for use
whether in the menus.
broken city the
ship, only by the whichhe great or on
.. ,
the leaves of plants contain more around the farm. dandy for hunting camp
charged the kaiser with having the countryside, the faithful Chris- Just ask for the Iodine Chart, ad. ing. "The Light of 1000 Uses". Has oversize,
iodine than the roots
started. He recanted afterward and tian living out the love of Christ dressing C. Houston Goudiss, at 6 and that long-service generator. See the Coleman at

' / / the two old men meet annually to daily in kindly word and deed- East 39th Street, New York City..Apost leafy vegetables and legumes your dealer' for Free Folders
store more than fruits, with the Send Postcard
U' r\- salute "Der Tag" when only the all- these are the real forces'for socialas card is sufficient. to carry your exception of cranberries, whichare THE COLEMAN LAMP AND STOVE CO.
wise and all-just shall rule again. well as spiritual good. Let us do request. D pt.WU-103, Wichita, Kani.f Chicago lILi
a good source. When the soil Philadelphia, Pa. Loa Angalo, Call (8103W)
Consolidated News all
Features. we can to prosper their ministry!
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The Clewiston News I I I the filling-stations will work out I TennisBy Myers and Louis O. Gravely of BUILDING OPERATIONSAT

a similiar arrangement. LaBelle and trial was to take place HIGHEST PEAK ;
I this week in Tampa.
Zerney Meredith Kissimmee, May 18, (FNS-
Published every Friday In Clewlston, THE IRONY OF FATE I Among those concerned in the, Building operations in Kisslmmeo
Florida by the CLEWISTON NEWS, The disappointment of a lifetime suits, who were not satisfied with
Inc. Onco again tennis seems to be were at the highest peak in ten
-or some such tragic title I taking the spotlight as players are the sum the government offered years this week 'with the construction -
should be given the rest of this them are the American Fruit Growers -
beginning to crowd the courts of about $10,000 worth of pens,
KEATHLEY DO'VDElEdItor column. It was, written by Don every afternoon. With school giver Mrs. Sampson Brown, Dr. stalls, offices and accessory quarters -
who is friend and tho George W. Tyrell, C. M. MacAffee I
Young, my and the harvest season gone there of the new livestock yards in
Entered as second class mall matter friend of every Everglades golfer. is seen each afternoon more and Mrs. Louis O. Gravely, Perry Hull, North Kissimmee topping the
February 1, 1927, at the Post Office In Miss Madge Hull and Mrs. Charles I '
is "read 'em and
Clewlston, Florida, under the Act of My only comment more players coming out and get- Hat. .
, March 3, 1891.SubacrlptloD. weep." I ting back in shape for the coming Murray. Other operations were scattered!

(by Don Young) I season which is just beginning.A In,, commenting on the crosssta'te }I ;about in repair and modernization

Rate 82.0O Per Year. One of the heaviest cuosees we great deal more of Interest Is waterway later; Judge Aker- projects.

Advertising Rates On Application. earthly mortals are forced to bearis being shown this year and at an man is understood to have stated, 1 _________________ _____ _____ ___ .
the bitter pain of disappoint- earlier date than ever before. Many "It is a beautiful waterway. 1

.Devoted to the advancement and wel- ment. This, of -course, is true 'n events are being planned and will am not surprised that it is popular

fare of Clewlston and Hendry County all walks of life, but is particularlytrue be announced before long. Top with people owning yachts and ex-

In what Is sometimes seriously ranking players will be Invited to pect that it will attract large numbers -

referred to as the "newspapergame. I either participate in local tourn- ,' of' yachtsmen to the West FLORIDA
aments or give exhibition matches Coast. I think the jurors
(..:..:..:..:..:00'..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.I I here Clewiston.. enjoyedthe
The writer of this useless bit of trip and know they are better
Any and everyone regardless of qualified to understand the evi-
RAMBLINGS. chatter at one time messed aroundin
or sex who is interested in "
game"long age dence in these suits.
the so-called "newspaper I playing tennis please give or send
Ben Herr of the Okeechobeeflood
.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:+:..:..: ..:- enough to feel he knew some your name to Zerney Meredith to Palm RlA
control board of West
thing about it. However, as will
be included in a list to be postedon
A wedding that took the town be quite evident .to the reader, lie I the Tennis Courts as a basis I Beach was also present on the

by delightful surprise was that of eventually discovered to his disap- for a Ladder Tournament, A separate -. trip.

Miss St. Martin and Mr. Brown, pointment that he was mistaken.The I list will be posted for Ladies mOS l1

foregoing build-up is to pro- Men. The top players on this list
Saturday. (Think of trading a Bass SeasonIs
for the heroof
vide the propersetting
will be selected to play any opposing -
pretty name like St. Martin for our story, one Keathley Bowden, team which may come to
Ended TodayThe '
Brown It must be love.) Not well-known_ Everglades newspaper Clewiston. The same applies when I

an inkling was given until Saturday editor. Bowden's latest disappointment I Clewiston goes to another city to
(and being a veteran news- play.
morning, and all ,their co- first closed season for the
hound he fs very much resigned to Anyone desiring tennis suppliesor
office insisted catching of black bass in the Stateof 1
workers in the general -
them) does not relate to his pro- rackets restrung please see Zer-
upon a church wedding' anda fession but rather to his hobby, ney Meredith, also for information Florida comes to an end today :
20 and after ;1J,
May today
church wedding was. Pretty, golf. regarding tournament play. The

simple ceremony host of friendsto Ye ed has been missing 'em for I rules governing play in the Ladder piscatorial enthusiasts may fish to
their hearts content without fear
wish them luck, a reception with the various implements Tournament will be posted on the
with a real wedding cake and a some years of the game, without bulletin board on the courts and of molestation by the law. The Stop at th0jiotelpotdela

honeymoon to the tropics southof shak''at are as follows: closed season' began on March 15

us, all arranged in short order, feeling golf which he was in itself any great is quite singu- 1. A player may challenge either under a law passed by the last 1

taking place on schedule-the bride Indeed. However, the player directly above him on session of the Florida legisla'ture.Despite .
in the
lar game
the second above the fact that'it was 312 5. E. SECOND AVENUEAll
and groom are back at work anda the heights last Satur- the list or player
he rose to '
defined that the law
multitude of congratulations and at the Clewiston him. never clearly
day afternoon 2. A match will be decided by affected bass fishing In Lake Okee-
good wishes have poured upon Golf Club 'only to find the sweets Outside Rooms With
I one set. chobee due to the fact that the
them. turn bitter almost im- Bath
of victory Private
And a year's subscription to the '3., A player may not challengethe lake comes under both fresh and
player than once salt water control it put an effect-
Clewiston News goes with our same more. COOL, CLEAN, QUIET
seems that the No. 3 greenat unless ive to here and there
compliments to them, as to all I within two weeks, agreeableto stop fishing
the Clewiston Club is under both have been few If who have
newlyweds here. We believe firm- players. any, Overlooking Biscayne Bay
construction and a temporary green fished for bass in defiance of the
ly that no home is complete with- I 4. If a player is challenged before -
has been set directly in front If of week the law. Sport fishermen over the Two blocks to Shops, Theatre and
out the home town paper, so we Thursday any I
try to start 'em off right, hopingof 'the regular one. Bowden took match must be played by the following state who have, during the past Business Section.

course that they'll keep it up. note of this, whammed away with Sunday or the two players year or two, come to regard Lake

.* his trusty iron, and to his unqualified will automatically change places on Okeechobee as the leading bass RATES

amazement ,saw his ball the board. The player who is fishing section of the state, have

And a pre-view of the ClewistonInn drop beautifully on the regular challenged has the right to set the been conspicious by their absence $1.50 Single -
my friends, leads us to believe, which happens to be unplayable -
green, time and date of play. during the closed season but it Is
that there will be nothing left to at this time. His. amaze i. In match play with any visiting anticipated that they will returnin $2.50 Double --
be desired in the way of a hotel ment at the result of this stroke I
, team the players at the top of even greater numbers now that
when it is opened in a few days. must have been great, Indeed, !>-- the list will be selected to represent the closed season is ended.

Telling all the details now wouldbe cause I have it on good authority the home team. Special Family, Weekly &

like reading the last chapterof that Keathley has been trying to I 6. Unless agreeable to the player Monthly Rates

a book to see how it ends be- do this very thing since 1910. I being challenged, a player does not Citrus losses in Pinellas county

fore you begin it. Only one thingwe However, this truly Spartan shot have to play another match for one due to drought are estimated at S. D. McCREARY, Proprietor

must tell you. The dining was not to be the crowning achieve- 1 week. approximately: 20 per cent -of the

room is arranged so it may be ment of Bowden's afternoon of These are the tentative rules for crop.

closed off with folding doors into golf. ,After searching vainly for the Ladder Tournaments but they --

two large dining rooms, each with some time, the caddy found his will be posted on the bulletin
its own entrance to the street and ball in the cup, reclining there as board which ,will be the ones to DRAINAGE DISTRICT: TAXES.

each with its own kitchen en- perfect shot play.Federal .
the result of one govern
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all lands delinquent on June 6th,
trance. Can you think of any- instead of the usual five or 'six. 1938, for non-payment of EVERGLADES DRAINAGE DISTRICT Taxes for .
thing nicer, for Kiwanis meetings, editor's gurgle of joy I the year 1937, or so much thereof as may be necessary to pay the amount
And our
due for taxes said lands for said
Jury Enjoys on year, together with the cost of sale r"
dinner parties, Legion meetings, rose to his lips at having attainedthe specified in the laws governing said District, will be sold at public auction .,'
Junior-Senior banquets, etc? The ultimate in golf, it died sud- beginning at twelve o'clock noon on the 6th day at June. 1938 at the
River Inspection Trip front door of the Court House in the City of LaBelle, Florida and continuing "
designers of the hotel thought of denly as 'he realized he was on until said sale is completed. j
well A complete list of such delinquent lands is available for .
the needs of the town as as the wrong green. public inspection -
during the business hours at_ the office of the Tax Collector for
the needs of the travelling public I Such is life in Everglades news- (Hendry County News) the County of Hendry in the Court House at LaBelle, Florida, and inquiriesas
and every' organization should be paperdom. The medics report With exclamations of "What a to lands included in said delinquent list, by mail or by telephone, or in
person, during business hours will be fully, answered by the office of said
grateful for their foresight and I Bowden recovering slowly and leis gorgeous river!! and "This is -my Tax Collector.

consideration. When the old Inn I, expected to be normal again first trip on the Caloosahatchee, FRANK A. DAUGHERTY,

burned, we felt that no hostelry in a month.Vacation. and it is indeed a beautiful river," : Tax Collector of Hendry County, Florida.

could take its place in our hearts federal Judge Alexander Ackerman, ''I''

and in the life -of the community. Homes Urged deputy clerk Julian Blake, Deputy Notice of Tax Sale for Delinquent 1037 South Florida
I Conservancy District Taxes
However, we see already that United States Marshall Frank B. *
and Mrs. Downs Notice is hereby given that all lands delinquent on June 6th, 1938,
Inn with Mr.
new For Orphan ChildrenHow Tippins, special assistant to United for non-payment of SOUTH FLORIDA CONSERVANCY DISTRICT Taxes for
in charge will be a pride and joy States Attorney General Thomas Mc. the year 1937, or so much thereof as may be necessary to pay the amount
the town from its opening day. due for taxes on said lands for said year, together with the cost of sale
to E. Johnson, attorneys for the federal specified in the laws governing said District, will be sold at public auction
-- I about your giving a vaca- government and defendentsand beginning at twelve o'clock noon on the 6th-day of June, 1938, at the front
Beale in door of the Court House in the City of LaBelle, Florida, and continue until
The article by Clyde tion home to a fine homeless or 1 a twelve man jury, all of said sale is completed.A .

this issue gives a different theoryof I orphan boy or girl this summer? Tampa, combined business with complete list of such delinquent lands is available for public inspection -
reclamation and the during business hours at the office of the Tax Collector for the
Everglades Scores of homeless, orphan and I pleasure Thursday afternoon as County of Hendry in the Court House at LaBelle Florida and Inquiries __.
autority is none other than Dr. destitute boys and girls from six they viewed lands bordering the as to lands included in such delinquent list by mail or by telephone, or in

Wilson Newell of the Everglades to 16 years of age, under the care new cross-state waterway from La- Tax person Collector.-, during busIness hours, will be fUlly answered by the office of said

Experiment station at Belle Glade. of the Children's Home Society of Belle to Fort Myers involved in FRANK A. DAUGHERTY,

Certainly no one is in better posi- Florida, are pleading daily with condemnation proceedings growing Tax Collector; of Hendry County, Florida..

tion to know first hand the faultsof "Daddy" Marcus C. Fagg, the state out of widening and straighteningthe

Everglades drainage than Dr. superintendent _of the Home So- river. -

Newell. Incidentally a portion of ciety, to find some good family The trip was made aboard the

the plan is one advanced by a that will take them out of the government launch Kissimmeeafter .
in Ever- homes for the .. \I II
layman who is well-versed society's receiving the party arrived by auto by

glades needs.-Howard Sharp of summer, and give them a real vacation way of Fort Myers. They left

Canal Point, who for years as in exchange' for whatever LaBelle about 2 o'clock and madea

editor of the Everglades News, little services they can render. ftWI
leisurely trip down the liver, so
fought for efficiency in the Ever- Last year many fine big-hearted that the party might inspect the I I
reclamation work. ftath of families all over Florida, took one
27 parcels of property representing
have felt that instead or more of the society's homeless 'a\\ ,
these men approximately 47 acres having five (S
ridof children, as soon as the public
of trying to immediately get the river and
frontage on ,
schools in : and June
water the solu- closed May
all the possible,
and kept them for the whole sum- thereby give the jurors the
tion to Everglades reclamation was tOo fit of viewing the lands involvedin
mer. Some of these families ::
proper: usage of water. Read
the suits which would place
the children to the mountain:
article. It is well worth the whileof --
them in better position to -rendera "iI.eo.eo
with them, others to beaches, a '
everyone interested in the. section others tp good farm homes, muchto verdict afterwards.The One of the really fine things in "j

the delight of the children. government's offer of from --
,*, life is living in a home of your own. ;
"Daddy" Fagg hopes to place at $10 tp $300 an acre for lands con- _

Stores afternoon are: now holidays.closing :fQr' Housewives Thursday -: lease 150 boys and girls In vacation I demned in the process of wideningand rou rwTE"" We are ready to help you choose

homes this summer and will gladly straighteing the river two terAL N
beware! Thet doors close I 0 and finance home that you can
furnish, information to all families years ago cut through valuable

prqmptly, at 1230. who will drop him a letter to 40 citrus groves, or where owners lost MpHSNL1f pay for while living in it. .. Let: us

arrangement which we believe Buckman Building. Jacksonville, considerable land on which they
will be helpful to everyone Fla. placed a higher value than the I pU C1OH show you how you can attain debt:

js that agreed upon by the three I Homes are particularly' desired government offered. Suits were I Less free home ownership through small

drug stores. One store, will remain for older boys and girls from 14 filed through attorneys James p1M

open each Thursday afternoonand to 16 years, where they ran be' Franklin and R. E. Kurtz of Fort I monthly payments like reofc. ':

unday'afternoon. :The town taught how to earn their own way

wilj never be without: drug service in life but where' they will be accepted -

and still the clerks wilt have time as members oI'the family The Home Society will furnisha

ot!." The stores which close- will and where' It will be rememberedthat good supply of clothing, but Clewiston Federal Savings

not re-open" "at t: ,5 f> o'clock as has they are children, not adults, the expense of having the child

{peen the- custom, but will.. remain and where too much wilL not. be. sent And returned, is asked ,of the and: Loan
efcfsed' fUr'n' 'xt'rl )'. W'o hope demanded of them : AssociationPAGE
'. J" I .r'"" ... families offer. vacation homes: .

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NE ;; of BE 14 and"""V 1/.

NOTICENotice of SE JA except SAL. Ry.
.j less all that 'part of N .
lh'. of SE 14 lying gen-

orally N of SAL Ry.-. 30 43 28 80 Florida Industrial Co. 6.86

J E ? and E 1f. of BW
I /
and BE ?4 of NW -_. 31 .1:1: 28 440 Florida Industrial Co. '21.59

All1 -_..--....-.----....,.32 43 28 640 Florida Industrial Co.- 36.93
is hereby given that the following described lands, or so -.-_...-..-_._.__.._ 33 43 28 320 Florida Industrial Co. '16.08
All -.__....'-....._.__...___._.._____ 34 43 28 640 Florid Industrial GO. 26.50
much thereof as will be necessary to pay the amount due for taxes All .-...--....?.:..-..-.._..?.?....:..._._... 35 43 28 640 Florida Industrial Co 26,50
herein set opposite to the same, together with cost of.: such sales ..AU .._.......................___.....____._.._ 36 43 28 640 Florida Industrial CO21'29:
:All .___._.__.__._..?.:...__--..__ I. H 28 640 Florida Industrial Co; 21:29:
and advertising, will be sold at public auction on the sixth day of ';All .----.--..-----:-___.__ 2 4428 640 Florida Industrial Co. 21.29

1E June A. D. 1938, at the hour of 12 o'clock noon at the courthouse All .._..._.__.._ ..,_-.- ---:._.-. 3. H :8 6.10 Florida Iriduattlal Co" 21.29
of Florida. All ........u..L._....._ ..._.._ 4 H 28 640 Florida IndustrIal Co. 21,29NW
door in the city of"LaBelle, County of Hendry, and. State
i of NW 3i ..and'SE

1/a of SE %.r.---- 5 H 28 80 Florida Industrial Co. 3:811 $
JACKSONVILLEFLORIDA \ _._.___._.._.._......_..,;-_... 6It 28 640 Florida Industrial Co.- 21.29
-. 2, tIi ........._..______ ........-.- 7 H 28 639 Florida Industrial Co. 21.29
NE 1,4 _.._'...________._.__.._ 8 H 28 160 Flordit Industrial COk' --5.61
or!: 'N SW ; of NW ....... .._.._..._... L H 28 40 Ida 'Wood -_. _...:... '3.0&
:i:! \1. AMOUNT! : '
GARNETT ANDREWSMaeagc. DESCRIPTION "0 x fJ a OWNER .All _...?_.._.._-"(...._...._.___ 9 H 28 640 Florda Industtial Co. %12911
ENJOY SUMMER OF LAND r:1 OF TAXES :. ____._.___._._.__ 10 H 28 640 Florida Industrial: Co. 21.23
COMFORT at this o : AND COOT! All _.....___.._...._,____._.__,.__..11 H 28 640 Florida Industrial to: 21.29
Mocern, fireproof hotel !In the heart of down. '-o' 0< ': ', .' ,All _........__..,........_..__... .._.,_..12 H 28 640 Florida Industrial Co. '21.29
town Jackionvillc. Every room with tub end .:i :<. ',AU ,,____ ......___..._;_?._,_._... 13 H 28 640 Florida Industrial Co 21.29
shower, soft water, ceiling fan, radio, Batted : : <., All ?............_..._..._..............._......_......... 1-1 44 28 640 Florida Itldustrl Co. 21.39
summer door ... Every Bed with innerspring S. E. orth La- :All except NW _........?_...,.... 15 44 ,28 480 Florida Industrial Co. 16.08

mattrcii and reading lamp Running let Lots Dell 432.Heights" S-D 31 42 21) 160 A. L. Watson' '_, 4.; _....__.__$ 1.40 N 1h u....._.______.._.._.._?____ 18 H 28 320 Florida Industrial Co. 10.88
water on every floor. 434 N 36 of SW 1, __..________ 18 H 28 80 S. L. Kelly ...___.:.... 4.62
AIR CONDITIONED Tracts 6, 7. 9. All ...... _._.___._...._..__....,._-._. 22 44 28 640 FlorIda Industrial Co '21.2:1:
D-B No. 19 P 521
\ COCKTAIL AU .__ 23 44 28 $.10 Florida Industrial Co.. '2129All ;
COFFEE SHOP D-B No. 25 P 596 32"Diffenbnugh'ft 42 29 14' John H. Caldwell E state.wc.: .. 15.16
DINING AND MEETING ROOMS .. '- u -: ,' : _._-<...._..____..._.___ 24 44 28 640 Florida Industrial Co. '21.29
.Ratet-'Single with Private Bath dltlon" ; ; .. .' AU ___.._..___.._...._......._..._....... 25 44 28 640 Florida Industrial Co. 21.29
to La-
I : I 1.'_ All ...__.........._u__._.___ 26 44 28 640 Florida Industrial Co. 21.29
78 Rooms J2 of -
80 Rooms Belle
$2.50 strip
All __.__._..-.u'--__ 27 44 28 640 Florida Industrial Co. 21.29
40 Rooms $300 24 Rooms $3.50 land 350 ft. wide .-: -. All _._ __.._._..._.?.......__.__....._. 35 4428 640 Florida Industrial Co. 21.29
tO S.mp! Room wlih Ptiv.lt Bath $400 off N. E...% of ; : All _.,_..u.________ 36 H 28 640 Florida Co. ,- 21.29;
N. E.. ,4 .... :.. ._ 32 4S ,28I. s .' industrial
Slight .,area,. tot double otcupincyOtt : : All __ ..._...____.....,._,, 13 45 28 640 Florida CO..21m.; : .
Lots. 8. to 12-21..u. Mrs. M. A. Burnett......?._.._.__._ 5.15 E '. '
; S of GovernmEnt
JA of .
.. I. 8. POUND M,..r.' Lots 18.' .19, 20....__.. b1r3. W. A. Traver _...;.. .u_;_ ":. 3.27 Lot 3:_.,....._____.,.?_ 6 43 27 .:--10: Edith_ H. BroWD_._.__ 2.06

MOtll.0-PAITIN... T..... y HOIIL, .......otsorol. .k. a..L. "North"part 'of'LnBelle W." J ,, L. V. Hull S-D ot Go'\'ern- .. .
N. ;
.. n meat bx 11 In..__.__;..__ 0 43 2D .
T ? r" ? T 1of' _... 42.29' '
N. E. / 32 and Government "LlOtll 2, .

'Block 12' Lot 21" -- Conrad .Compagnuir'. -..---': 1.40 3. 4 Jn.__.,,.___...._... 1'. 43 29 .t'.
Block .-: oJ ;
17, Lots 28 Sam L. ,arabee _, 9.22 Lots 1. to 5 ____...._.__._... 30 .Carl E. .noyer ___ .__ 7.23
to 36 _______ :"uu.-- .
i : :: ; Lot 20 less .R'R"R-'V..___ }.rS E,.L. 5talliDS's, _-:_...:: 7.23
27. .
Lots 14 -: .
to 17 __.___._ ..... :Is!. J. Clark __....___..__-=;:.....-_ 6.40S Following, part : of Lot 21, .- -'.. S
w S." '' ..; '
beginning. 128 ft. of ;. .
6 A of : :!. t' ; '
A A. '. '
'VIP NE corner, 'V 229 ft., N .
of S. of r '. .
; '' .
E. E.. L. Stallings.-.: ,: 128 ft., W to N'V corner '. s' :. -
.': N. 1/1_.___. 32 42 29. 6 .. ; :. :. --
; of Lot SE and N on'
,., Beginning 28 rods .." .' ". : ;/ .. J .2J.. .. '
$ .- : lines of' Lot 21 to point f' S

) )'r: ; > of E of'S'V SW 1/a! of corner S1V. ... __.. {7::.: .h_' ...... ."; ;. .' :;;. (" of beginning ...._...___ .5" E. L. : Stall1pgs.;:._ __ 'r.3.93E

12 3a rods 40 rods S 40 E : < : V''>;!;tii : .' rh of'''SE 1,4 w._,..-.,:._._., 7 43 29'' 80 .. Ralph ;.E. .Smith. =Estate. .. 20.81

; W 12 rods ); ( s; Pte.(3A : City of LaDelie U'__"__'_ 4)' -
; 5
,. l. ft.-- : and beginning .: 5)43,29 }

at S'V cor- .-\ .. .,.. '::, 8)
ner of SE 14of ..... :. .. -. .;C', D) .
S'V 1,4 of S'V *. -;. .:.;' ''D'rIf S-D or Goodl1o S-D .J .J3 29 .

D) i along SE 's W of line SW '",. ;iF1: j Lots Block 4 2:to 7_.._.__..._..._.... Alice, E. Hall_.____ 4.65

of SW 1660 > ::r : t }t:; ; Lots 8 to 14 ._._.__..__. :May Byrd Smlth___?, 5.20
L 66 ft S. Beginning 50 ft N of' SE
.... . .... .
,<' : "'. -. :"J- ; ";.taa .
660 ft W 66ft. "
: corner Block 4. 'V 100
; ; ,
point .W" i .
to of be- : ft.. -
N ft.
.. W. H. Russell .__ ..__ _..__......._ 8.07 75 E. 100 It..
ginning (lA)_._ 32 42 29 .. 4 :- u .
: S 75 ft. to beginning., 4. 43 29 nay C. Hull u._._._,,,.,,,.__ 8.13
eIl-IUIII Terrace I 'Goodno S-D or Block 5..... .j 43 29 -
i Sub" SE 14 of --'\ Lots 10 and 12._._.___.__ Catherine 'Valdron u._ 3.08

I ICD S\V 1and '\V. r I Lot 31 u.._.._._._........_........_..._... Inter County. & T.14.02
% ofNE" '% ; of I .' Goodno 1S-D west Yz of -

SW ,4 'U"'U 32: 4: 20 ',' 60 Block 6 ____.._....?_. .J ..3' 211
Lots 5 to 9, 12 No. 2-3 of Lots 1 and 2uu Ralph Hendry _.._ 3.84
to 19 ___ Dr. Ethel Elsner ._.u..._...__...__._ 7.33 Lots 13, 14 .____..... __ .._ Carl E. Royer._ 6.66
Lots 10. ...____ :Mrs. Osarita D. Hatficld ._._,__ 1,40 Lots 16, 17 _..._____ J. O. Davldson.___ 4.39
Lots 23-24 14.____...- llrs. Emma Freeman__.___._.._ 2.33 Goodno S-D .NE 1.11 oC

Lots 82-83.h__ Unknown ....u.u.__ ___..__.h_ 1.40 Block 6 ._.__..u:..........:..:. 4' 43529
Lot 92 ?.____ Unknown .?_...._..---r.-_.. 1.40 Park Place S-D .

Lot 98 ___.__r_... Unknown _._,______.- 1.40E Lots 1 to 5__..._.___._... Carl E. Royer ..___.... 3.84
%i of 'W 3h of Lot 6 _______.._u.__. Unknown ___..__ 1.80
Lot 1 in SW 34 Lots 8 to _._._____--?._._? Carl E. Royer _u._. 5.88
of SE / ___.. 32 42 29 .12 John H. Caldwell Estate__; .,._ -8.58 Stewart S-D Blocks! III, .
L 33 and 34.u 4 .j3 m .
"Duseu', Addition Lots 7 and 10___.;__...._.._.. Joe R. Ross __..._.._._._... 7.23
to LpDelle" E 1/a Lot 8 __..._u.,_.._______ Unknown ________ 1.13
:e. of Lot 1--: ._ 32'.c: 2D ; ''a4: Lot 5 r-__?._____ Norman 'Va.rrlner __ 2.03
Block C ____ :" :. :Mrs. :Homer ; HDreycr\ .._u.?__ 21.45 Lot 6 ._?______..__ Unknown ___.__ 1.13
1\nnnlng' 4Addition ;-'" -,.:'- ..' Block 17 _.._?___..___ 4 43 29 -1 C. J. Kirk u______?.. 4.52
to LaDelle" '''ar. \ ., Dlock 21 .
: Davenport S-D__ 4 43 29
beginning at 50 I ;,;: ,,' ::\. :. ':' .. Lot 11 ___ __...____. R. 101. Luckey.__.__ 3.84
ft. N of NW cor"k>2"'" i. Block 24 west 1-3 of .

Her of Block C :', .-., ",. N Yo: w..;._,,__?,__?._ Jefferson Life Ins. Co 9.53
DUlferll' Addition '. :.' :.z. .;'.: ;: '" \ I Block 32.,.?_._.__?____-_._.. 4 43 29 C. J. Kirk .___.__._ 6.56
to LaBelle N 6 .0,,:' ...... :- .' Block -.0 "Questend"SD .J 43 29 '.

degrees. E 638 .::-fp... .",' ,. riots 28, 27 ...___..__::.._?.._,_ L. V" McLeod .._.___ 1.80
ft, E' 411 ft, S 6 t .'::.. '. ... '5- ;. I .' I Lots 30 to 32 ___.._._??_.._ Mrs. Frank Tiffany_ 1.80
degrees 'V 639 '-. ,:'.:" ;. .. Block .11. Bush S-D.--....:..:. 4 .J3 :3 5 5
ft. to point of ,-id .. Lot 10 ?__;.._,,_._____ Mrs. Jennie Clark _.___ 1.13
beginning In .NE Lot 19 __._____..__?_ J. 0. .Davidson____ 1.47
I vs of SE J/-_ 32 '42 '2D', .16' Block 4Z Aiken S-D.-=__ 4 43 20 '
1\ Lots 1. 6. 7, 12 to Lot 17 ____.__._?_, Ray C. Hull __'_.'_ 2.49
.. 29; 32, 33, 34_.. ...; ?Miss! 'Alice! K. Ugms! ---.---- 13.3Lot Block 45 hedges S-D- 4 43' 29 ,. ; .

35 .._..__._. .__ :MISS ,Alice -K.. Higgins. _.._..._ 19.28 Lot 2 ____..__._..,.__.__. Mrs. May Cohn __$ 2.49
Beginning at NE Lot 17 to 19 .__.._._.___._ Sam Carson ____.. 2.49
corner of NE 3i S Lot 31 ..___..,....._..,...__.__.. 'Vclsman. & Cohn .:._._ 2.49
of SE 14.W819 .' Block 41 Court Hou.e '; -
ft., S 641 ft., E Square S-D ____._...__. D' 43 :9
I ', 921 fl.. N 631 ft. .', Lots 2, 3, 4, 7_._.__._.._.- Fannie Park ....h.---- 2.49
to point 'of be- !,. -

ginning __..______ 32 42 : 29' '12 John H. Caldwell_Estatc.-..-_- '1. ..36"Voshlngton Lots 5, .,_.___?_....___ Fannie Park .._.____.. 1.50
Gar- '. -.- Lot 33 ....-......._..____......_ 101. 0. Oliver -= -_.___ 1.13
210 ft.' in NE '
dens S-D of sq. corner
N\V !,4 _.__ 2 43 .28 .:' Block 48 u__.__.._.._.._._ 9 43'29 Ralph Hendry' -_.__ 2.33
mock 5. Lot 4.1-........ "'.- Nellie Jones ,...-..---------.-. .98 Block 49 \V Vs Perry C. :

Block 15, Lot 38:_.: Miss Willie Lower u__._.____ .98 111111" S-D _.._.______....__. 0 .f3 29
Block 32:, Lots 18. ,:. '" Lots 1. 2. 3._._,.,.__.___ ..__ 'Veisman & Cohn __..._ 3.17
= 19 ._._._.____._u.__ Rev. U..S. G. lJOall-u.__?_....?...,.. 1.28 Lots 4. 5 ...._...?_...__.____ E. M. 'Cornette ______ 3.84
-: Block 41; Lot 28...... E. P. Irving .....-..-...,.,._....._.:.__...... .98 Lots 9, 10 ._..._.._.u..u__ A. C. Wright .;._..____ 2.49

lock 49, Lots 35 Lot 16 ..._.._.._..___,.____ Jim Goe _.__._uu_. 1.24
Nora and Green Mills._ .. :.. 1.53
to 38 _..__ -. Block 43, S Jh of SE

... Wide Acres EN- except lh' A. in SE cot 9 43' 2J: Flossie Luckey __..__.... 2.10
totes No. 1 8-D I 3i A. in SE corner of S 1,9 .

of S h of SE % 2 .f3 :8 of SE 14 of mock 19_... 9 43 23 Flossie Luckey _____ 1.21
3 Block K. Lots 11
12 ________ Harriet Furnade ._,.._._..-_..._...._.: 1.28 Blocks 50 and Gl IIlckpo-
W v. of W Ih..._ : 8 43 28 ,160 E. D. 'Underwood._ .:::_._.......,,.-.. 10.88 dice Height S-D__., D 43 29
.;" Il J Block A, Lots 7, _.__.._ :Mrs J. T. Bradshaw.._. 1.47
SE J.4 of N'\V ,', Lots 9. 10 ___._.__._.. J. 0.. Johnson _,_____ 1.47

> and _E % of SWr4 8 4.3 28 120- Layton Sowell -. _...._._.....:._.___._ 8.86 Lots 2 to 24 .__.__...___.., J. '0. Johnson __ 1.13
., NW l4 of NEr3a : Block F, .Lots 21. 22__ John Pelkey ______ 1.13

CD and SE of .. I Block 58 LaDelle highlands ,
; NE 1, of NN''' 10 43 28 50 J. P.: Hendr ....:r.-7.-----: : 4.18 I S-D ___._ D 43 21)
.. ,'. ,
.; -" : J. Lot 12 ,..._.._.._.__..__._______ G. B. Anchors. 'Jr.___ 1.13
SE 3i of N'Y and be- .. ; ,
; Block 62 S 1h Lorenn S-D D .j3 20
853 ft. E of N'V \ /
corner ginning of S'V 1/e of N'V ', '..:':;j<,: :. Lots 26 to 46 ______?__.. Lorena K. Ro'er ____. 3.17
: "
;; 3i. S to river, E along :: +. ." ':-j.j- ,-' Blocks 11. 18, 1D, 80 Lp-
river to point 698 ft 'V ':.: .' ..;';, ..r; c"-. Belle Terrace. S-D. ____ D .13.. :9Blo'ck -
of SE corner Lot 2, N ... .. :: '.. D: 55
:1 I to N boundary of Lot 3. ./;'r i";".'.:,' i t.: <."":,: ". Lot 19 ,._,_._,._.._......._' ._._... Milton J. 'Voferman.__ 1.13

W 622.ft.. N 132 H. W ; '- :<.:'I-"':'>;i" : Block Cs .: .
:s: to beginning .._.._.__....I.u_._ lw i3 w8'8.. ; .' 13.F: Guyer .;...:_' ....?..___ 9.6. Lots 13, 14 _._._r?_.,.__,_..._ .:'.;. : '.::, J. E. Robbins _.._'___ log
: :, : Beginning 110 yds. E of I ISW .: Lot 15 _......._.__.....,._.,.._ _.._,.. ....-. J. C. Werner ...__..__
corner .Lot I, E '.- Lot 17 ."_ ._.._._.....__.._--._:_ ': : JE. Robbins -,:..__.. 1.13
5 5
730 ft., N to river, "v .. I Block Ft 5 5 5
along river to point N Lots 4. 5......_..___._..._..".__._.. J. E. Robbins __u_ f'U
of beginning. S to beginning Lot 16 _...___,...._____._ E. J. Coyle ___._.
_.._____....._......._._ 1-1 43 28 14.60 Unknown _....:...._....._. __.._ G.U 'Block .n: .\ -
'CDi Government Lots 2 and 3 Lots 13. 14 u..............._..__.__...._ J. E._ Robbins .113
and NE 1/4 of BW '4_. 16 43 28 113 Am. Fruit Growers, Inc. 131.01N Lots 15, 16 ____ l\lIs Robert Haish.,_,.'_ 1'13
1h of NE 3: of NE 3 Block 103 Shadow Lnwn s

i I ; of NE 3; ...........__._,.__._.__ 19 43 28 6 R. F. Lewis u.._.__..._..__ 1,711V Court S-D ....._u.....___.,.._._ 4 43 29 .
% of SE 34 of NW 3i 20 43 28 20 J. C. Jackman _....,..__,_ 2.54 Block n. Lot 11..........._._........... Jam' Ann Elizabeth Hall.1.13 j
-- W 1/c of 1V % of Govern- ? Lot 12 ,.,.._?_,..,....__.___.,,.,.._.. J. Russell Hall ___.. 1.13;

ment Lot _____-.?_._.. 20 43 28 16 J. M. Magill Estate._...._ 2.8 Lot 13 ..__.._._ ......,,_.._._.__.__._ Hugh Sheppard ______ 1.3

Government Lot 3._,__.. 20 43 28 .10 Unlvnown _.._..___...w.._ l.-H Block 106 I'nlm Heights S
E % of Government Lot 3 .... .... {) 43 :.
and Lots 1 and 5.____._.. 21 43 28 12.75; Unknown _...._._.__..___, 11.H Block.A.: Lot 20.-::::...: Mrs.. J. E. CiOughle:_;_ 1.47Begl1inlng
-, 755 ft. S & 950 .>
All except UR-'V. State
n highway and SAL Ry. ft 'V of NE corner of '
Government Lot 3, 'V -
except all N of State .
highway _.___-_._.__._..,_...State..23 43 28 .149 Florida. Industrial Co. 6.56 128 ft., N to river, E ': '
: .
All except RW along river to point of S

highway and SAL Ry beginning. B to beginning I .. r.
; .tj -, except all N of State I ........-..?_............._..".........._.. 5 i 43 -29 Mrs. Willie J.;: Hendry 6.45

I ._ highway _________ 24 43 28 564 Florida Industrial Co. 22.1! II Ith'lerD18a s-u ot B -1 ,
All _....:...__.._.....:....____.._ .._?_ 25 13 28 640 Florida Industrial Co. 23.90 14 A. ot Government \ _
NE 4 and S Jf.u._._..... 26 43 28480 Florida Industrial Co.. 1.tH!! Lot 1 ..............u__._..._......._..:>>-... 5 ,13 21
An except R-W State' Block C, Lots 1. 2, 3.__._ Ella :M. Holder .._..___ 1.13
highway and SAL ..Ry. 3loc": E, Lot 7....."............_.__ J, O. Johnson u__._.,.__ 1.13
except all N of SAL Ry.. Block E. Lot 10....._..__........._.. 5' .... J. 0. Johnson .__...._..._ 1.13
s:>> except State: highway 3lock I", Lot 6 ........._............ .,_.. J. 0. Johnson! ..,?_. :..:_ ._ 1.13:
R-W ___.........._.._... _._........._-'... .27 4S :8: .31-1 .hlorida. Industrial Co. 17.2S ;:;onrt View Iii-D n S.D of ; ? S.
S 3ra except that part of ,. part or Go\.t'l'nntent Lot '
NW 1,4 of SW ?f lying: 3. Section 5, beginning' ... -
N of SAL Ry. R-'Vex.. :- at SI corner 1V 038 ft. I
cept all that part of N to beginning N 525 It.V ., '
:= 3h of SE 1,1 and NE 3S \ .120 It., S 525( It. E S ,
of S'V 3i lying N of SAL 420 ft. to begJnulng...__._ 5 43.:9 s .s
R.W ..._....___....._....,..,._. 28 43 28 2,18 Florida Industrial Co. 15.80 Lot 1 .... .... ..__.._.._...__ S W, C. Buttl'rworth.. _.._.. 1.SO .
Government Lots 1 and 2 29 43 28 84.15 Unknown. ...._-._..___._-. 13.48E "Riverview Park," a S-D < '
3-4 of SW 3'a of NE .1 of, bounded on N by Cal. S, \' 555
lU and 'V 1h of W 1h of SE rh'er E by Campbell 1ft.. s =45 ,
ruLr 3s of NE 14 and W 3hof S by Fraser! In'e., W by "
E Ih, of'SE ?1. of NE J,4 29 43 28 50 E. -S. Ro.rcr .__ _,,...__.. 2.40 Government Lot 5.-,.. 5 .13 :0 .. .. i .
I E 1/a of W 3!J of BE 3' ., Lot 7 .,__.._..._,._..___..._. .. 1\11'5. G. O. Klutz --..... 113
of NE ? ..... .._....._.__...,?.,_,.29 43 28 10 W. E.. Evans.-.__.. 2.84 Lot 19 _. I E. W. Simmons --.. 1'80.
Government Lot 3 .___u__ 29 43 28 32,50 Unknown _._--:':--:. 4.62 Andrews Addition to 1"- .
) SW 1/f less SAL R-'V less S Park 5 43 ?J
all that part of' SW 1/S Bl l1e 8. Lot 1.___ Nell. H. 'Jackman _W ._ 1.13
lYing generally N of SAL } .. 'Block] 8, Lot 2_. .u;'._,___ F. Watts' Hall--; 9.88

/ I Ry. __.___._..___..:.-__ 29 .a' 28 -.12$ t'loJida Industrial .Co.." 8,64 Block 8, Lot 4.--u: __ .. _' .Chas.: Ai'.Moore Date ly
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Block 9, Lots 12, 13, 14, 15, Hugh Sheppard ,,_-_. 2.49 All ._..___._.__...____......_...._' 26 H 32 640 Fla :Land & Timber Co. 41,17 r.t
"Avalon Place" S-D of NE 144 of E ., of SE J.4.. 28 44 32 320 Earl Anderson .--_.__ 20.81SE 00 '.... to
SW of SE 28 H 32 Annie Clark _,.,_ 1.13
of NE A of NE J,4 8 43 29 .4 ot 3i % 10 Mrs.
Lots Hot 21 1 22 ___..___ Mrs. Fannie Kaplln.... 1.80. N 'h of NE ?4. ._.__....-_._. 3.1 H 32 80. Earl Anderson _.__._.::..:_ 6.56 T Ji
Beginning 100 ft. Sand "Pro\'ldence City S-D" of -
100 ft. W of NE corner -- .' S\V 44 and W 34 of \
S 100ft.WbOft.N100 !E 1, ..... ..._...._._...___......._.... U 41 3: _
ft.. B, 60 ft. to beginning 43 29 .' Unknown __..._._............____ 6.10 Bloch: O. Lots 39 to' 4:._ Melvina: Berry _,;......___ 1.13 .
"FalrrleTr' S-D of Lot 4 I Block 26. Lots 23. 24._._... Cora Thomas ..__.._....._ 1.13 n. ,
1o8 of E *4of NE % 8 43 29 .Garfleld City S-D" of SE -
Lots 70 to 78! _____ Unknown __."' ,--..._._M 1.80 J,4J of NE 3i and E 34 .. .
Heights," a S-D ..- of SE '1 ........-v.----.r-. 3i 41 3:': '.. "
"LaBelle of Lots 10, II of H % / ;l....., Block 1. Tote 11. 12......_"' .... Curtis Avant .......:._,_ -\..... 1.13
of WE U 8 45<< 29 Block, 1. Lots 16, 16..._....._ Kelley Strong _..-.._-.'_'" 1.13 .
Lot 4 .__.._-_......-__-__. to'*. John W.' Gallagher_...-.,. 1:H Block 2. Lot 24 ._".._._...__._....- Laura Taylor ..._-..-_........ 1.13 "
Lot 13 -__.:--...._.____... JlL Mrs. Maude .;".- 1.13 Block 4, Lots 31 32.___,. H. W. Sanford: -..-.....: 1.13
"Belmont" S-D of W .%' '. Block 6, Lots 45, 46....._.._.._. Wal'ce & Ethel Banham 1.13
of NG :.* -. 8 .43 39 All ._._?___.__._.._.._......___.,.___ 36 H 32 640. Fla.. Land & Timber Co. 41.1 .
:Block 6, Lota--12, -18-____ :: .._j. ex :Swift ..______._.._ 1.13 SE ? _....__-...-._._._._...............__... 27 45 32 160 Paul Blount Hard1D- 6.56 .:
Block 11, Lot 4___ ::1' R. M. Cason -. 1.U W 34i of SW .Ji of NW
Block 11, Lot 12.__........ Miss Sophia. C. Mona 1.13 ?i ot NW ',.._.".....?...,...,.._.... 36 45 32 5 Henry Smith -.......-......... 143
Block 1C, Lot S, 5-__ ;; C. C. Christian _.._.......___ 1.80 S Y.J of N ?!: except S 34 C'j
"Adalr Addition to Bel- of S Jh of SW J4 of NW .'' ,
mont" __.._._.___.._ S 43 30: 3' and N 34 of SW 3a "
Lots 1 to 4 _._._ W. W. Magruder .__...._. 1.80"Rolenherry' 01 N'V ; ...WAll ...:.. _.-.._................ 35 45 32 130 Unknown ... 11.52
''" S-D of NW except S'\ _% of S'V '

of NW M.____.._ 8 43 :29LotQ of SE4 and 'V % ,
1, 2 __._.__ 20 Carl E. Royer.._......._._._ 7.2 of SW Jof SW J,4, ofSV .-
Lots 3 to 6 _._.___. Carl E. Royer ..__.......__ 6.118 J.4 and E 'h of SE '
"Enerleirood Terrace* a W of SE ; or HW 24.... 10 43 33 592 Aripeka Farms Co._......... 62.72tiV
S-D of E % of SW4 1.1 of E. of S'V J 412 13 33 40 Alma F. Yetter_..._..:, -. 5.88 00'f
and N % of SE- 14_ 8 43 29' E 1h of Ej 34ofW 'h ot c.-
Section B. Lot 1__.__ Mrs. Ella R. Bryan......... 1.13 I. SW } ......._..._.__...____.__ 12 43 33 20 Mrs. S. L. LangsiW ; .:: 3.47
Section B, Lot 8___ Mac C. Cole and 34 ___...._._._.?_._...___.. .7 44 33 320Vm.. A. Boettinger:_...- 24.20
Jessie, Safford _,_?_.. 1.-1:1:: I W Ji or SW '/ of NE ..... 15 44 33 20 :Mrs. I. H. Turrell __;-'" 3.84 f
Section F, Lot 81 M. G Bates._._........__.._...._.... 1.13 E i If _._.,..._...,..,_ ,...,__....._. 18 H 33 320 Fla Land & Timber Co. 24.20
Section G. Lot 3__ "' Mary Hellman ____ 1.13 AU ___..............__._..,_........._._...... 20 44 33 640 Fla. Land & Timber Co. 47.96E _
Section G, Lot 60( Mary Hellman .._.__.,..._ 1.13 34 ot S\V J 44 of N\V 'A-... 23 44 33 20 Louis A. Kline ,_.._...__. 3.84
Section J, Lots 1 to 73___. Unknown ?._..._,,.-,_?.--_ 2.19 I \V 3 1.1 of NW J 44 of SW J.4. 23 H 33 20 Chas. H. Butts ...__.,.__ 3.84E
City Limit I 34 of NE V of SE 1/4._., 23 44 33 20 G. H. Daugherty .....__ 3.84 a
W % of S 1-3 of SW % NE 3 ot SW ..._...._...._._.... 27 44 33 '40 InezM.: White _"'__ 7.23
of SW 4 of NW % of ;_ .. .. .-.. .(o.\ r-'T.' I All _.._...__....__....,..._...___..... 28 44 33 640 Fla. Land & Timber Co. 47.95

NE % ....._.._._._...___ 17 43 29 .50 Matt Crawford'Unknown _.; 1.13 All ..:...______...._._...___..._.:-.._ 30 44 33 640 F'la. Land & Timber Co. 47.95
UIICD r)' Smith's"' S.D.of TVH """ '? All ?.._...._.,u......_......._.._.._...__. 32 44 33 640 l"la. Land & Timber Co. 47.95 Y
of NW 14 of SW4 I 'I.lncoln Squore Pork" o
of NE Vtof\ SW A less . No. 1 S-D of E 1f.z........., 3S: 41 33 ; -c
._ 1 Block 4 Lots 44 to 47__.. C. C. Jones 1.13
"I" ,
_.. -
road R-W on E side__ 17 43 20 Ii '.,. .' --?-- ?
Section B, Lots 7 to 12 '... !< _...,......_...._.....:..;,_ 1.80 Block 29, Lots 21 to 24..__ I Sherman Smith '_,..___.. 1.13
"South LaBelle" S-D of I t Block 45, Lots 30, 31, 32.._ Lettie Baham _.__._ 1.13
N % of IV4 of N. % Block 76, Lots 30. 31._..__.. Jestlna Major _._.....___ 1.13 ::::0d
of SE.4, of NE4____ 17 43 20 :. <. "Lincoln Squnre I"ork No.
Lots 105. 0 6.-f---- C. D. Fisher ....._.._!?...:!,'...:.. 1.13 2 S-D" of 'V %..__..__..,. 35 17 33 I
Beginning 33 .. .-;" Block 14, Lots 12. 13....._.._.- :Mrs. Hattie Bryant _.... 1.13
25 ft S of NE corner of :r:-... .' .... Block 15, Lots 37 to 39..., Oscar Lovell ,_______ 1.13
N34ofSofSE3aof .i.!.--.. Block 25, Lot 8...._...__..._._ Homer Stevenson _.__ .1.13.
NE 141 W 310 ft., S 140.3 I. I "Gnrfl ld Pork S-D of ,

ft., E 310 ft.. N 140.3 ft. --. I NE JA" -,-....-..._,_,._?_......._. D 48 33 =:
to beginning __._._,.. 17 43 29 1: Bennett Crawford ,..._... 2.74 Block 2, Lots 31, 32.._..__? Joseph Springer .._...?__ 1.13 I t s.
loyal Palm Estates No. .f Block 4, Lots 37, 38__..,_. Ransom G. Michael_,... 1.13 -
1 S-D" of W % of W % _' Block 14, Lots 47. 48.._..?.. ._..__,_,.._....__.._._.__..____ 1.13 .'
of NE / of NW4 cx't" /
"Ford Center S-D" 01NV
cept 2 A. _.._____..._._;..___. 17 43 20 .-.- 1/ ..._...._......__._...,___, 10 4S 33 :
Lots 1, 2_____..._.... Lenora C. Kopp .__...__.. 1.13 ( :.J.
? 27 Lots __.__
1 5
to .1
Bloch Joseph Nelly ..,___.._.... 1.13
Lots 44 to 48 ___
-?--- Lenora C. Kopp ...._.......... 1.80
Lots 49. 50 _.-___?__.._ Mrs. Lillian C. Robinson 1.13 ,AI" north of Nine-Mile '
"Ben Avon S-D" of Lots Connl and west of Road : .
5, 6 in W % of NW % Lot 1 24.6 .'" C'j
except 2.85 A. In S Vt 'of. Lot 2 : '
Lot 6 ____.___.______ 17 43 20 Lot 3-B t '-:" ., < \''I' : < :; ;.
Lot 61 Lot 4-B :
Unknown ...... 1.13 .
---- --- '
Lot 7 o fE r of W % r ; : Lot 5-B 2.7 : .. i" '; "",

of NW & of NW '.4--- 17 43 29 10 E. L. Stallings ... 2.79 : I =
"Mary Evelyn S-D" of --- Total Acres 89.6 ......_?__.._ 1 43 3t 90 Arlpeka' Farms Co._ .; 15.83
part of NE % of SW % '.' Beginning 702.6 ft. E- of ; ..; '
beginning at NW cornerNE34ofSW3f.'E420 N\V corner, E 1405.2 ft.. 'I
S 1,000 ft.. W 1405.2, N
ft., S518.57ft.W420ft.. 1.000 ft. to beg-Inning

liEN6118.57Tft.. to beginning 18 43 29 4 C. M. Swindle..........._._ 3.30 less a 70-n. strip on I ,,0
," a S-D N side .-,?.__..?___._ H 43' 3t 30 Elbert L. StewartM_'..' 8.06 o
et SE J/4 of SW \4L_... 18 43 29 % A. in NE corner of SE .

Lot 48'W." J. Simpson-.-?,.,..--? 1.13 14 of SW ;4 ot SW 144.._ H 43 34 .150 Unknown _.._......,__._._ 1.43 0' ,:
Lot 168' __--- Geo. A. Velie _._?--._, 1.13 12 3-4 A. In NW 4 of
"Bell La Case" S-D of N fraction N 11. ot old. Me- ,"f

'h of NE *4 of SE JA_... 18 43 28 ". ... ander line .__,..,_..___.. 23 43 34 12.15 U. S. Sugar Corp._..._. 2.01 .
?? ; "
Block 8. Lot 1 .. .. D. WIdellty .. .._._ ....., :: .
-- 1.13 ,:
NW 14 ot NE 3: of SW J,4 23 43 34 10 Julius C. Addor.___.._ 3.17 if ,. \
Palm Estates No. .
"Royal 6"S-DofE ofW'of 'V Ih: of NW 14,-_..--._._ 24 43 3-1 51 F. G. Johnson______. H.03 ..,. :' -' .. ..:: ;,;
% E 34 ot: NW 3{ of NW ',,__ 1 H 34 20 Unknown _____.__..___ 3.8-1 ; ". ;
SW % ofSE 'A18 43 29 AU _-........._._.,._.__..._.._........ 16 H 34 640 Glades Land Corp._...._. 34.38 :
Block 1 Lots 6. 7_____
,Palm Estates No. R. A. Thagard...........- 1.13 E 'h of NW ?. of NE J,.__ 17 U 34 20 Ed Sturgis .._..__.......__.., it81
"Royal W 34 ot SW 3 of SW 3;! 33 H 34 20 E. A. Stone __.__.. 3.84 -
'7"S-D of WlofB34of .:__._ 'V Jf.a ot NE '.4 of SE 14._. 5 45 34 20 Anton Gillis ,.._..__.__.. 3.8'1 r \
SW 1of SE 43 29
Block 3. Lots 8, 9__14 ... 18 'V % of SE 3 of NE 3 .,_ 9 45 31 20 F. O. Stone...._..____._... 3.84 ,, I-IP3 ;
-.- L. P. Watts 1.13 E 34 or NE ot NW __ 9 45''
Block 4, Lots 4 6_.__,__ 3 4 34 20 M. G. Bates..___.__._ 3.81
Ella C.
Meacham _. 113 E % of N\V of NW __ 9 46 34
3h 1/4 20
All ... 10 43 29 Arnold Flintzer "._,..__.
NW "V of--S-%-"less -RR 623 Florida Industrlal"C 34'38 NE '/61 of NE 144. ot NE J4...13 45 34 10 Silas Zwlght _.____ 3.8'1/ .
SE 1k ot' SW 4 of SE 3'4_ 13 45 34 /
Bt.' hy. 20 4329 10 Chas. D. Young _'_"___
---- 480 Florida Industrial Co. 27.89 E 1. of N\V V. of SE '.i___ 21 -I5U: 20 H.fnfr..t! !
All All less leas R-W R-W st.at hy. hy.except_,_. tl 43 29 629 Florida Industrial Co.: 34'38 NW" 34. ot NW 1.4_._.::...L.:::: 29 45 34 40 J mw: ii"; d'---::_::::::: 7:23: :
sw 3 of SE ',4---- 29 45 34 40 J. C.
all lying E of Campbell, trustee 7.23 :
SW '4' of SE ?, of NW J.4.. 1 46 34. 10 M. D. Carmichael ___ 2.49 !t; f
state highway ____._...28 43 29 23
All ___.._,____ 29 43 29 640 Florida Industrial Co. 2.40 NE J.4 ot NW '.4 of S'V 4. 1 46 34 10 T. L. Hogan ..._._..._.____ 2.49
All ____.... .._ 30 43 29 624 Industrial Co. 34.38 'SW %. or SE '4 of SE 3, 1 46 34 10 Unknown .___.._...._.._._. 2.49
All _-.________:-_4-_._ 31 43 29 624 Florida Industrial Co. 34.38 'E 1h ot SE i4 or E 4 .. 9 4G 34 20 G. W. Carter. mgr._._... 3.84
Florida Industrial Co. 34.38 All _._.._._._._.___ M_. :
47 34. 640 Unknown ___...._.._...__._ 34.38 rj'
All _-_-.-_.:....___,_.32 43 29 640 Florida Industrial Co. 34.38 O
All less R-W st. hy. except "TowDlllte of Clewillton"
all lying generally Block 17. Lots 1. 2__._. 10 43 34. Anna Hopkins- Z ,

E of State Highway...._. 33 4329 54 Florida Industrial Co. 4.44 J..E. Beardsley, agt. 3.00 '
NE 14 _'_"___"_ 4 4429 160 Wm. N. Stallings ___.... 8.79 Block 20, Lot 10.___._._..._ 10 43 34 R. E. Kurtz attorney 2.24 1 1L.
Block 21 Lots I 2-.,_._ 10 43
All except NE 4 less R-W 34 Anna M. HopkinsJ. fg
State Highway and except E. Beardsley, agt. 3.00 '- .'

all E of State Block 80, Lot 24-_.___ 9 43 34 Unknown ..__._..,_._...__ 1.80 .' .:ry.;P'3'v; ,

Highway except NE 'J4 4 44 29 72 Florida Industrial Co. 5.00 Block, 80 Lot 25___._ 9 43 34 Unknown ._ .w..__..._.__._ 1.68 I .. ...:J '. .':" :..4"t

All ,-__._._.__.??? 5 44 29 641 Florida Industrial Co. 26.60 Block 139, Lot U..__._?_.. 10 43 34 Mrs. Mildred Wheeler 2.49 .
E % ...__-_..___._,_ 6 44 29 320 Florida Industrial Co. 16.08 mock HI, Lat: 9.... ..._........._ 10 4.t: H Tax' Delinquent ...",...., 1.58 '
All ____.._..___.. 7 44 29 608 Florida Industrial Co. 26.50 Block 152, Lots I, 2, 3___ 10 43 34 Geo. L. Espenlaub .._...., 10.75
All -__. 8 44 29 640 Florida Industrial Co. 26.50 Block 160, Lots 25, 26....._._ 10 43 34 Henry J. Oglesby._......._ 2.25 '
All less R-W State Highway- Block 167. Lot 30_.-.._._._._ 10 43 34 Clarice \V. Nowling__._ 3.97 ._e .
way except all E of Block 168. Lots E 34 15. 16 10 43. 34 Tax Delinquent .__..._.._ 1.93
State Highway ..___-_.. 9 44 29! 65 Florida Industrial Co. 3.65 Block 169, Lot 1.._...___..__ 10 43 34 Beryl Bowden .._..._....... _._ 2.53
All ----____.._.._.___. 17 44 29 640 Florida Industrial Co 26.50 Block 169, Lot 15.__.._..._... 10 13 34 Evelyn J. Shelley.........._... 1.1-1
All ____._._ 18 44 29 602 Florida Industrial Co. 26.60 Block 172, Lot 3.-.___ 10 43 34 Clewlston Realty
AH _._...__..._......__._.., 19 44 29 598 Florida Industrial Co. 26.50 & Development Corp. 2.79
All ---:..--..___.___......_20 44 29 640 Florida Industrial Co. 26.50 Block 172 Lot 7...,..._-_._..__ 10 43 34 Gratton George ._.__,_..._ 2.49 !
- 'r.iJ All less R-W State Highway Block 172, Lot 10_.__,.__.. 10 43 34 Tax Delinquent ,.._._.._. 1.58
;.f except all E of Block ,172, Lot 16 ...._.?_..__.. 10 43 34 Agnes Y. Thomas....__...._... 4.47 (I) fi,
, I R-W State Highway less Block '173, Lot 2.._-_...,._._,.. 10 43 34 D. F. Woodward ...,.___, 3.06
/_ A. L. & Imp. Co. R-W..._ 21 H 29 45 Florida Industrial Co 3.43 Block 173, Lot 4..__...._._ 10 43 34 Tax Delinquent _..,__. 1.98
( All __.__._n_.._._.._.__._..... 29 44 29 640 Florida Industrial Co. 21.29 lock 173. Lot 21_.,..,;_._..,....._ 10 43 34 Lester Harding __M.._._.,._ 3.29
All -n... 30 H 23: 698 Florida Industrial Co. 21.29 Block ,173, Lot 23__._.__.._.._, 10 43 31 May S. Ames ._.._...._.._..,. 19.58
\ll ._______...._:.__..... 31 44 29 69i! ;lorida. Industrial Co. 21.29 Block 174 _.__,..___._.__,._... 10 43 34 Park _..___..._.. ._..........._......?.. .54
;All less R-'V State Highway Block 176, Lot 6...._.._....-......_ 10 43 34 J. W. Jones ..........__ .._ 2.12
_...._..____.__._._._........ 32 H 29 638 Florida Industrial Co. 21.69 Block 176, Lot 3...._.__......__ 10 43 34 V. E. Jacobs .........._?.....n.,, 1.80 ==
All except N 1/z of N .Jh 7 15 29 H4 Florida Industrial Co. 20.81 Block 176, Lot 4.._._..,...__ 10 43 34 Allen E. Heyson.._...... 1.S0
All less R-'V State High- mock 176, Lot 22____,___. 10 43 34 Tax Delinquent _.._._.... 1.12
way and except all less Block 176, Lot 23__...__...._ 10 43 34 D. J. Johnstone .._._..__ 1.80
R-W State Highway and Block 176, Lot 24_.?_?__ 10 43 34 Tax Delinquent __.._.. 1.80
J less S andf NW of I Block 176, Lot 28..__....._..._ 10 43 34 Madolyn Hathaway..... 1.13 > y.
SW 3{ SW of Block 196 Lot 20.__..__?__ 10 43 34 Geo. Terrell _..__.___....... 2.27
SW 3a __.__.__......_...__ 16 45 29 65 Florida Industrial Co....? 3.99 i Block 201. Lot 11____.__ 9 43 34 Tax Delinquent .......___... 1.12 .
..,, SW /4 ot SW 4 of SE 1,4 Block 202, Lots 11, 12__...__ 9 43 34 Mrs. F. C. Deacon__.,- 3.12
" 1 and S 'h ot mv 34 of .. Block 203, Lot 1._______.... 9 43 34 Tax Delinquent ___,_,__ 1.58 I
SW ',4 of SE .__.__... .. 17 45 29 15 Ruth Ellen Hull .._..,._... 2.40 Block 203, Lot 6...__,....___.. 9 43 34 E. Rlckmeyer __.,_._.._ 2.89
All -____..._.__._......_ 18. 45 29 690:> Florida Industrial. Co. 27.69 Block 204, Lot 4___?_.........._ 9 43 34 Tax Delinquent .___.......__.. 1.19 '-c
N, 34 of N 'ia of SE ,4 Block 201, Lot 11_..___._,. 9 43 34 A. G. Farnquist ._.__..._ 2.g1
of NE of NE 'A.-.. 20 45 29 2.50 J. ,V. McDamcl ___...,_ 3.33 Block 354, Lot 29_,.__._. 16 43 34 Tax Delinquent .._.__.._ 1.22
S Ih of N 'h of SE 3 Block 356, Lot 17.._...__._ 16 '43 34 Morris Wiggins .....__ 1.13
of NE 2.4 ot NE ,,4.,_..,.. 20 45 29 2.l.i0' Lena Ethington .____.... 1.43 Block 355.- Lot 27.....__.?.__ 16 43 34 Frank Carey _.._.,_.......__ 1.80
N 3 2 ot NW 3i ot NE 3. Block 356, Lots 25. 26....._-_ 15 43 34 H. Burks __...._.___...._ 1.80
and SE 34 of NW ',4 or 1 Block 357, Lots 35,36,.._._..._ 15 43 34 H. C. Crotts .,.___,.__. 2.57
NE ,/; _....___.__..........___.... 20 45 29 30 Emory Taylor _.,._.,_........ 3.09 Block 359 Lot 6..._....,__._.. 15 43 34 S. Fisher _._..,.....__._.... 1.86
N 1h of SW 34 of SW mock 360, Lot 25._.......__._..... 15 43 34 D. J. Voss _'_" ._.._..___ 1.80
of NE 144 and SE 1/4 Block 361. Lot 8__.._.._ 16 43 34 Dr. O. C. Bryan __u_.__ 1.90 ',:\ ,
of SW % ot NE 1/4 and "Rlock 361. Lots 23 to 32_. 15 43 34 Anna Hopkins _.__..._.._ 89.52 .
SE W of SW 44. of SW Block 362, Lot 32...._.....__ 16 43 34 Mrs Rena F. Jacobl... 1.90 .."
1,4 of NE 4 ..---..,.................. 20 45 29 17.50 E. B. Hull ....__........:. 2.10 Block 362, Lot 36._....._.,_.... 15 43 34 V. E. Jacobs ...._.__.._....._... 1.lO!
W 3y of SW W of Sl % Block 363, Lot 10....,......?_.__.. 15 43 34 John Nagel _. .__._._....,. 2.27
of NE 1/4 ...._.___...... ........ 20 45 29 5 E.' 1\1. Cornett_.,_.,.._..._ 1.43 Block 363, Lot 12._,.....___.. 15 43 34 Tax Delinquent ..........._. 1.58 ,...
Beginning SD corner or Block 363 Lot 14_...?,....__,. 15 43 34 Tax Delinquent ..__....._ 2.27
SE 1/4, N 210 ft., W. 374 Block 367, Lot 9._._,..__ 15 43 34 O. H. Benson. ". ....._.__.._..... 1.58
ft., S 210 ft.. E 374 ft. Block 367. Lot 19....__..._.?.__ 15 43 '34 D. J. Voss _.__........___...... 2.27
to beginning _.__._...._..___ 20 45 29 2.l.i0 :Marion Wheeler _..--_. 2.03 Block 369, Lot 24..._?__......_ 15 43 34 Lester Harding .....___._ 1.90
All less R-W State Highway Block 369. Lot ....___........_- 43 34 Lester Harding .._......_.. 1.50 Z
__..__.,_ 21 45 29 638' Florida Industrial Co. 34.68 Block 369, Lots 34. 35--:=. 15 43 34 Tax Delinquent ....__........ 2.67
Nz of NW v4. ___.,....._u._ 2G 4l.i 29 80 A. G. Carr ___.....__._..._ 5.81 Block 370, Lot 38...?...__. 15 43 34 Mrs. Ethel I. Button__ 1.90
NW % of SE 14 ot NE 4 21 45 29 10 E. L. Sta.11Ings.._..____ 1.80 Block 377, Lot 10----._.__ 15 43 34 Mrs. F. C. Deacon2,20
E 34! ot E 'h of NE 4: Block 377, Lots 13, 14..._._ 15 43 34 Esther V. Hogben 3.31 _
of NW4 ...,._.___.__. 27 45 29 10 Cecil Grainger ._.__._?? 1,43W Block 318, Lot 19.___.,_._ 15 43 34 Mabel Rankin Hay" __" 14.03
Block 381. Lot 3.._.___.._.,. 16 43 ,
34 :
'h of NE 3A, of NW 14 27 (5 29 20. Unknown _......_"._,..._?_.... 1.80 E A. Erickson _"_"m.__ 2.20
BE JA ot NW ? _._.......__. 27 45 29 40 J. E. Perry _._...._...._._ 3.17 Block 410, Lot 1L...._.._......... 1543 :14 Anna Hopklns-
One acre in NE corner ot J. E. Beardsley .
E 34 of NE 144 of NE 3f :8 H 29 1 Unknown.. ...__..,:.._...__...._ 2.10 Block .411, Lot 2.... _..._........__. 15 43 34 Anna Hopkins- agt 1.64 n
f'Fa\'or. Felda S-D" W 101 ttj
/ J., E. Beardsle, agt 1.64 :
SW' 1of 8\V J.4:..,.,.. 28 45; 29 Block 411, Lot 4..,...,__...,_..__... 15 43 34 Leon Ecklund .,..__..__., 2.03
Lots 12. 13, 14. 16..,.__.._., Harriet G. Pope ................. 1.8Q. Block 411. Lot 5..,......._.......,........ 16' 43 :U A. G. Farnqulst .,_____? 2.03
S W ---_._.?.__._...__..? 33 45 29 3:0 Florida Industrial Co. H.Of Block 411. Lot 7.-...,?_.?_._. 15 43 34 Anna Hopkins- :

Beginning 620 ft. E of NW J. E. Beardslcy, at. 1.65
corner ot NE JA of S\V Block 412, Lots 12, 13_.., 15 43 34 Mrs. Bessie Schuck ...... 1.13
1E 330 ft., S to S line Block 112, Lot 21__....__._._ 16 43 34 May S. Ames .....__.._... 2.39 '
.of NE %, W 330 ft., N Block 412, Lots 26, 27...,__ 15 43 34 Aaron D. Francis 3.20

to beginning -?.,._....:...,.,. 34 45 2:1: 10 Mrs. J. A. 8tephens ...__.: 2.88 Block 415, Lot 40.__..._-.,.?_?, 15 43 34 Lester Harding _........."..'..._" .. 1.90 .
NW .4 of SW 34 ...._.___ 34. 45 29 40 Cortez L. Campbell ....... 3.17 Block 423, Lots 23, 2L.. 15 43 34 Tax Delinquent _.....,._._.._ 1.89 .
? Block 418, Lot 24..... .....__....
SW ot SE ? -: 15 43 3t Clewiston Home .
of NW
%. Si
35 45 29 10 J. L. Taylor ..._._.__... 1.1i: Bldg.
SW 1 ot SW 3/4__.__._.__.,. 35 45 29 40 Mrs. Ellie N. !)erry._...... 1.jO{ Block -, Association ....,......_......... 5.28 ,'
451 Lot 8_.....,_...
All except NW 34 or NE _._? 16 43 34 Clewiston Realty & ',

,4 and NE 14 or NW 1; Development _.__
and Lot 1 _.__ _...__,,.._ 7 43 30 114 Florida Industrial Co. 7.8,1: Block 495! Lot 10._............._.._ 16 43 34 Mary L. rortteus.Corp..__.. ._ 2.57 1.88 '
SW 1/4 ot NE4....,..,;.,.-_,. 16 43 30 40 Harry Rogers _.___.__. 3.84 Block GOa, Lot 7__.....?_...,."' ..?. 16. 43 34 Mrs Holdsworth ..._.__...... 1.13
AU unsurveyed .._....._.__? 1 43 31 67 Unknown .,--,.-....-_..-- 7.23 ..... J
All unsurveyed ____..._..... 2 43 31 68 Unknown _._,..,____.,__ 7.23
N 'As ._....--..._..._.,......._...,...___.. 12 44 32 320 C. J. Kirk ..__.___.._.. 20,81V II' FRANK A. DAUGHERTY.I. ,
\ 34 of NW .4 or NW 3. IG 44 32 20 David Uh1 -.-,......-..-... 3.84 .'
All ............. ...;.........: :._... .-..._.. ._;.......,..;: 2-i 44 32 640 I"la. Land & Timber Co.'" 41.17 I.. Tax Collector,
Hendry County FUrida. 'rJ1


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1988. THE
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L the Moore Haven people honored at a delightful miscellaneous Mrs. K. Bowden, Mrs.: Claude L. Iceland has a higher average winter .
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afternoon were Mr. afternoon by Miss Marcia Avantat L. Stewart Mrs. IL C. Avant, Miss part than does Milan Italy

I i Charles W. Ryan and Mr, the home of Mrs.. E. L. ,Stewart. Ruth Marshall, Miss Yvonne John-

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, Marjorie Hood, of Clewiston, Mrs.J. .
Raye. I Jacobsen who was called to the
Stewart home to find the guests M. Couse, Miss Bertha Gram, J. M. CQUSE

Mrs. J. R. Lakin of assembled and waiting for her. Mrs. J. E. Fiierson, Mrs. R. Boo Counselor and Attorney' Law
of Moore Haven, and Mrs. C. J.
; Wednesday and Thurs Each
guest was given a kitchen Hopkins
visiting friends.. towel to hem and- prizes were Lovvorn of Canal Point. Building

en route to New York awarded to Mrs. H. R., Hall and I Wednesdays and Saturdays

for a mont 1'S Miss Roberta George for being the BARS WHICH SERVE MEALS 9:30 to 4:00

first and the last to complete their MUST HAVE RESTAURANT ..

towel. Mrs. Hall's prize was a LICENSES, ADVISES J. M. LEE

I who has been at box of dusting powder and Miss I AGENT
in Daytona Beach for George's a pairof flower prints. Tallahassee, May 19 (Special-) ,

following an illness A color scheme of green and Restaurants which serve liquor and L. B. Mershon -

has returned t o white was carried. out in the decorations bars which serve meals must ob-

and is again at work in '. and refreshments. A large tain restaurant licenses, and there New York Life 1

with the U. S. Engi white .cake with a miniature bride has been no' Supreme Court ruling

I and groom was placed on the to the contray, Comptroller J. M. Insurance CompanyARCADIA
I table in the dining alcove and was Lee today advised Tat CollectorJ.

Mrs. C. M. Brittan of encircled with a wreath of fern M. Burnett of Hillsborough FLORIDA
and pastel colored flowers. Miss County.A .
I arrived in Clewiston
c. :: for a few days stay. Dr. Jacobsen was invited to cut the careful perusal of the Supreme -

:r ,secretary of the state cake which was served with white Court opinion in the case NORGE REFRIGERATORS

\ and 'preached last |I ice cream molded with a green of Borrego vs. Lee disclosed that

\l the revival meeting in wedding bell centering each slice. the Supreme Court has not ruled Furniture and Homo fc-nrnlshinga

I\ tabernacle. I As the guests were being served contrary to the comptroller's reg- PHILCO RADIOS

Gene L'and and Sally Graham ulations.On .

.: brought in a large decorated basket Household FurnishingsInc.
: a steak roast on the I the other hand, County Judge
containing many gifts for the bride.
Jack F. White of Pinellas County '
night were Mr. .
: ., Other gifts overflowed on the .
Roy Alston, Miss Jewel in a recent case held that res-
: tables and floors.
' Beery of Clewis taurants serving liquor or bars BELLE GLADE FLORIDA
", The guest list included Mrs. H.
Mr. and 'Mrs. Ward serving food are required to take
I R. Hall, Mrs. Tom Shelley, Mrs.
r. and Mrs. V. E. Bry- out a restaurant license in addi- ,
f Harry Turner, Mrs. H. A. Land,
Cecile Brooks and Rich- tion to the liquor license. J. S. CAMPBELL .

of Moore Haven. The comptroller is advising all
( tax collectors to collect these li-
Jeweler & WatchmakerAll
June Hooker, Margaret VonMach,
Mrs. W. H. Whatley, I Leah Richaud, Martha Nell Alston, censes.
Betty, of Sebring Kinds of Jewelry Repairs
Renee Wethington, Marie Robbins,
with Mr. and Mrs. Betty Hooks and Violet Bethea, f
Florida motorists pay a higher Optical RepairsAT
and family. Mrs. Dick Patterson, Bill and Dick
gasoline and license tax than do
I mother of Mr. Owen, Morris Ford, Dan Fagan, J. CHRISTIAN'S BARBER SHOP
l : jr and of Mrs. motorists of any other state, yet
Prewitt, D. Hooker Harry Vaughn Pat and
them and remained for Wilbur McGehee. only a very small portion of the

the Prewitt home. amount collected goes for the buildIng -

f I MRS. HESSEY HONORED j : and maintenance of highways.

I E. Nail returned, Mon l AT BRIDGE THURSDAYMrs. r

from Madison where she Florida will stage her own

, visiting her parents, Mr. B. C. Flaniken entertaineda World's- Fair at Tampa next year,
A. A.' Munroe. Mr. few friends Thursday afternoonat the Pan-American Hernando de

!, ; sustained a fractured her home 'complimenting Mrs. Soto Exposition at Tampa. The
: fall, has' been Federal Government and
: re- many
IF. D. Hessey of Jacksonville who
home from the i Latin American countries partici- 1111
; hospi- !
is visiting her daughter, Mrs. G.
improving Mrs. pating. *
,T. Augur.
that it is ,
Mrs. Gordon Mobley was winnerof
I ; member will remain Forty sports writers,' members of Chootea
high score, Mrs. G. D. Smith
, the end of the iJ'1 the, ,,Southeastern Sportswriters As-
was holder of low score and' .l\ha.
i hoped it will be com- sociation, touring Florida, visited
.. Lynn Ingram made the lucky home
: west coast cities this week and Today
cut. All these prizes were linen
were entertained with a days fish-
t"w guest towels. Mrs. Hessey received -
MEMBERS ENJOY ing in the Gulf. THE American
| a lovely handkerchief as memento average family that
MIAMI'GARDENS of the occasion. does not own their own home has
HENS FOR SALE-75 cents each. actually paid enough rent to have
Ice cream sodas were served by
of the Clewiston Gar- Mrs. Fred Topper. bought a home. Start being thrifty
Mrs. Flaniken to Mrs. Hessey, Mrs. r
were invited Friday and with YOUR rent and
money today,
Augur; Mrs. J. W' Ezelle, Mrs.
by Mrs. Charles Torrey let us help you choose and financea
Gordon Mobley, Mrs. P. G: White, FOR RENT-Furnished
Mrs. N. C. Storey, garage home that will be yours. OWN
i Mrs. G. D. Smith and Mrs. I. M.\
apartment with water and elec- eM
a tour of several Miami next home you PAY FOR!
Simpson and Mrs. I Pafford. tric light service' included. See
F. L. Williamson or call 376.
party at
and a number of I GROUP OFF FOR CAMP: Clewiston Federal
I ,--0.- FOR RENT-Furnished upstairs
presented the club Savings and LoanAssociation
,: "Ornamental Gardening I large group of Clewiston bedroom, suitable for one or two
? j Phone 376 call at
\: and "Florida, Wild girls, accompanied by three adult persons. or
: leaders, left Wednesday for Treas- premises. F. L. Williamson.
{ by the late Charles
ure Island Camp for Girls near .
the Venice. The girls expect to be
trip were Mrs.
r Stewart, Mrs. W. C. away one or two weeks. Includedin II..!*fr...HHHtZrt*:...%...**....................................................................................................................................
r Forest C. Taylor, Mrs. the group are Mrs. M. M. Prew- .11
itt, Misses Betty Hooks and
! Mrs. O. A. Jones, l
Dorothy Hare, leaders Shelia Foster -
i-! Jones and Mrs. G. n.1
r;. Maxine Doty, Elizabeth Winn, hYI
r A
I Coriinne and Sue VonMach, Carline -

Ii. Berner, Jo Ann Crouch, an'y'Vrigh't

:'"'f: HOME WEDNESDAY ford, Mauryne, Marianne, Louise Jones, Anne and Paf-Ann CLEWISTON 60LF., I i

( : Markette and Miss Prewitt. ::: :" I *

"If'1: were' hostesses Wed- Joining the group for the trip I ..:.. COURSEI .,1 1S. ,.,
Irene Scott, Martha and Margaret -
to the .members of were .;. -oj'_ 0,' .
Van de Velde of Moore; '
Womens Club, at the ;
. :f: \.' .2, : : ::
; :!\ Markette. Haven. Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Paf- .1. TT".. ..
M. H. Crouch, Mrs. Cad 'S. 't ;' "' .!.
'f rz' Meredith gave the pro- ford, Mrs. '.. "..' I ...
meeting and showed Berner of Clewiston and Mrs. I. h .-cIfI ; A
D1r Lida Short of ; i ,.
; pictures including E. Scott and s. .. ,
,,,= :; '\ and many Moore Haven drove the girls ov(, .'. '.s','. \. '. .. I .S.A...

pictures. ..f.f .


Ir : Moore. F., C.Miss Taylor Yvonne, Miss Little Donald Terrell son of Fr. ... Open the Public !

Miss Pearl Brant- and Mrs. George Terrell, celebratedhis I

- Hazel Prince. third birthday Monday afternoon ..

with a children's ,party a this :: .A:.


j PARTY pink and white color scheme ,t.
'.. '-d .:.
was carried out in the cake a
1iIb........ .S.
: Crochet entertain- decorations. Ice cream and cake .:. .

x evening at her home were served at the close of t>!e ..:.f.I ..
the fourteenth birthday afternoon by Mrs. Terrell. t

: McGehee. Cootie The little guests on this happy

: and later the guests i occasion were Emma Jane Ezel'3, _. Moderate Green" Fees J I .:.:

Bevoly Flaniken, Betty Carol Flaro .
iI. box was .awarded t iken, Billie Broadfoot, Nomie Ircy, Exceptional Fairvays'i i :_.

for high score for Claire Jones, Gene Beery, Gene '
;,_: Interesting Greens *
bill fold to Bill Owen Marshall, Jack Davis, Billie Gray I' :

high score at the game. Emory, Sue Cornette, Wayne Kin;, '.:.. .
sandwiches, cake and Richard pnd Jimmie Knight of'' -

} served. Clewiston pad Evelyn' Mahon' fif II. ( : (< ("?-M. .... ..: -:<<<<"X..XH + :o.or *:-:- 110
: list included! Ms+ g a ,t n.F 9n9r .

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Aiming to, Please
"Waiter want fresh eggs or
none at all."

,"Yessir. Try our nice pork

Coming Clean

4 A grocer's lad was ascending a
IXContinued12 "Perhaps," Don echoed. And So in the chill, gray dawn, Nora, not to grieve too much for that staircase with his arms full of
then, suddenly furious at the situation lifting heavy eyelids, beheld that would grieve Carl, wouldn't it? He packages.

So Nora came back, though it was; : "Nora, my dear, don't grieve woman in the doorway. Her mouth was the happiest human being 1 "Boy," said the housewife
all of two days before she 'spoke. yourself sick over him a minute was rouged into a cupid's bow; her have ever known. After all, it's a somewhat sharply, "are your feet
Her first real sentence was: "Have longer. You've gone so,much more hair hung in untidy wisps about her wonderful thing to go' out on the clean?"

you cabled to Father?" Her second: than half way, haven't you? Of face; and ,even in that surprising crest of life, leaving only one's finest "Yes'm," replied the boy; "it's

"What have they done to you, Don? course your father knows how :ill, moment Nora saw, embedded in work as a memorial.' He had only my boots that's dirty."
You look five years older!" Her< you were. You've written yourself, the flesh of one pudgy finger, a diamond dreaded the time when bis hand

third: "I think his hair will wavelike time and again since: the. boy came." that would have supportedDon's might falter-when that sure, clean EARLY ENCOURAGEMENT
yours, darling." "Yes," Nora assented, "but I've small fa'mily'for a year or, stroke of the brush which marks

Not until then did Don feel that always made light of that part, more. his paintings, would become ur-
"You been up all night? was
steady. And had 20 beautiful
she had come back to stay.
"You would!" Don was still an- her only greeting. "I saw your years together, Nora; years whenwe
light burnin' at two o'clock. Say '
The tide was coming in. Said .gry. "Put him out of your mind, lived lavishly-spent too lavishly -
ain't built for like-
lady a job
Nora, watching the restless breakers Nora. Your father's a-a stubborn some would think. But I don't
this and there ain't a thing
I ; you
: "That was a beauty, wasn't old-" could tell me'about typhoid. I near regret it, even though there is little :
it? Let's move' back close to the.I' He paused, not wishing to say died of it myself, and I've nursed left save some paintings, his life insurance -
what the he'd and 'the villa at Capri. If .
dunes, Don. We'll be getting wet. just thought-sorry three cases I'll look after your ,
Her husband, flat on the, sun- said as much; but Nora, to his surprise mar now while you get a rest. Maybe that seems strange, recalling the
warmed sands of Maine, commanded looked up and smiled at him. o' prices Carl's work has brought, remember '
if you lay down side that kid Skjbld-A slap oiL the: back con-
lazily: "Sit still, woman. Who "You're right," she said. "He'sa he'll quit his yellin'. You go lay, the countless friends he 'tr b"utes' to' a man's succ ss.. :,.',

minds a dash of salt water on sucha stubborn old angel; but he's the down." was always helping: discouraged Bjones-Yes,,- if it is down low .. .
day?" only father I've ever known, Don, Without one protest Nora droppedlike artists-boys needing an education: enough and, done soon enough
"I do," ,confessed Nora, "at least, and I can't forget him even thoughhe a log beside the baby. They -old folks who save for him would with a -hairbrush or slipper.
when itgets into my shoes! Jimsy has-has forgotten me." slept for hours. It was long past have ended their days in loneliness.' <
sand into "Oh he hasn't!" Don spoke and poverty. meant noth- "
precious, don't throw that no noon when she awoke. The woman Money Tired Out
Daddy's hair. Haven't I told you with truth that was intuitive. "He'll had vanished, and sitting beside ing 'to Carl except a means of doing A went wearily into a bar-
not to hundreds of times?" never forget you, Nora. You can Don's bed was the young English things for others. And his last ber's man and into
shop a
"Hund'eds o' times," Jimsy, aged' bank on that if it's'ny comfort." gift, Nora, was a gift for you! It's chair. '
two years and some odd months admitted So, "banking on that," Nora's letters safe at the shack now-was to have "
"Give me shave he said.
amiably; and sat down on: to James Lambert continued to been a surprise when you came a ,
The barber told him that.he
his father without warning. be a part of her busy life., Sometimes -. ,home, 'because,' he said, 'it'll be was
in chair for
too far down the a
"Ouch!" exclaimed Don. "Whatdo they followed one another years before they'll save enough to I shave.

you think my stomach's madeof closely. Sometimes long weeks lay; buy one, and it's a crime for Nora; I "
"All said the customer
feller?. He's a buster, isn't he, in between; but they did not cease. not to have it while she's young!' ; right, haircut."
wearily, "give me a
Nora? I bet he's headed for the And then, when Donald Mason, -A beautiful baby-grand piano,

. prize ring! Was my heir and name- Jr., was ,two years old and his parents dear Nora. One of the finest. He

sake as husky at this age? I can't were making plans for a return; was so happy about it-one of his ARE YOU
remember." to America, the London editor whom last real happinesses ."

With cautious eyes on an appreaching -, Don had christened "old life-pre- Nora paused. She could not read ONLY A 31allFE7

wave, Nora responded: server," made him an offer. He any further; nor could Don speak.
"He was almost four pounds lighter wanted more "Letters." His public And then a voice came from the Men can never understand a three-quarter
ii bed tired weak little voice that wife-a wife who is lovable for three weeks of
; and then that awful typhoid had asked for, them-letters from I it1 a the month-but a hell-cat the fourth.
South Africa'pulled him down. some farther-away point than Italy. : many times during those days they; No matter how your back aches-no matter
Sometimes I feel that he's never Would Mr. Mason consider going to had feared never to hear again: how out on loudly your your husband.For nerves. scream-don't take it

quite recovered from the' effects of: South Africa? In the region near 1".r "Me wants dinkawater Mud three generations on.e woman has told
it. I believe ." another how to go "smiling through" with
Cape Town there was a wealth of der. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. It
She paused, because neither of material for the sort of thing he did helps Nature tone up the system, thus lessen-
ing the discomforts from the functional dis-
them liked to recall that year neai so entertainingly. A prompt decision CHAPTER X orders which women must endure.
Cape Town, especially Nora., would be very greatly appreci- Make a note NOW to get a bottle of

Though she had seen ated The rest seemed easy to Leonora druggist Pinkham'stodayWITHOUTFAILfrom-more than a million women have your
i The prompt decision took Don less; compared with all that had gone< written in letters reporting benefit.
". the dawn in Africa- I than thirty' seconds. He said, toss- before. Yet the night when, she< Why not try COMPOUND LYDIA E.?PINICHAM'SVEGETABLE

That gorgeous dawn of Africa ing the letter to Leonora: "Just look found Don asleep over .the weekly

Which springs from out the veld"it at that, Madam! We'll go, of course. "Letters from Cape Town," his: Valueless Gifts

It's bread and butter, with a whale head dropped forward on the kitchen The gifts of enemies are not

had left her cold. For it was of an opportunity for a lark thrownin. .",' ItJ table that served as desk, one still- gifts, and have no value.-Sopho-
Africa, she thought, forgetting the ." His eyes were already ashine thin .hand clutching a stub of pencil cles.
approaching breakers as she looked with the light of adventure; then, { ("Too tired to 'use his typewriter

down on Don, that had etched those as Nora said nothing, he glanced I( poor boy!" she thought compassionately I

wrinkles around his eyessprinkledhis up quickly and caught glimpse of: ), and discovered that insteadof o s
brown hair with gray, and, for a her dismay. For a long time Nora spending long days in the operas

time, tightened the corners of his i "You-you don't want to go?" he sat stricken. he'd led her to believe, getting are quickly relieved with

engaging mouth into something asked, incredulous.She back strength lost in his illness, he Yager's Liniment. A Doctor
He said if
it the
grim. It had been months before turned boy. as were most had for weeks been going into Cape writes that he uses it for back-
away. Don mustn'tsee natural thing earth to have found
on. aches, sprains and rheumatic
Nora saw those lines relax, before Town to help load freighters at the
her tell-tale eyes. such a woman guarding the sick pains. Buy Yager's Liniment
she knew that, somehow, her hus- docks because it meant more money ,today. Let it help rub aches
"Of course I do! It's only that man: you
band's spirit had risen again to the the girl In 50
immediate money, and pains away. use over
I'd counted home. ]I "She said
on going to tell that Mr. '
heights where she so yearned to you wished for one bitter moment that years. 25c and 50c bottles.
thought if we were nearer that Father Mason had a nap; and she'll be
keep it.Cape. they had never met.
might consent to back at to spell for '
see us-see midnight you a
Town! Always Nora was "Oh, Don, what have I broughtyou
the baby, I mean. But it's all right,, while. The kiddie woke up once "
glad to remember that it was notDon's to? she cried; and he responded -
Don. Of shall And and she him boiled milk.
course we go. gave some
love of roving which took in an effort to console her:
it's The doctor's been and thinks
only a year. your
them there. He could never reproach "To something better, I hope,
himself for that. After the But what a year! husband has turned the corner. than; the careless boy you married,
birth of her first baby they had re- They were staying temporarily in Nora felt sure during the next Nora. We've been growing up, ]I loeautifjidFLORIDA
a settlement some miles north of few days, that the worst was over; and '
mained in \
England for six months; suppose; growing pains leave i\/
Cape Town, gathering material for but before her husband was on his of
then returned to Italy, partly be- scars on some us. Give me
it Don's work. Three months had feet again, the baby sickened as his time and I'll SCENES
cause cost less to live there, but ; darling, get back my
principally because the London edi- passed. Only five of the promised father had., Don, a gaunt, hollow- old stride." ,
Letters off to England and on the eyed skeleton (it frightened Nora WITH E"ROLL of
tor had agreed to use more of Don's ; It still hurt Nora to think about c or
"letters." They both longed for Ca- very morning when Nora discoveredthat just to look at him), rose from his that night. FILMII

pri. Even without the Venables, she was to face the ordeal of bed to help her with the nursing.In And the next morning!

who were to winter in New York motherhood again, Don returned those black days, watching their In Don's absence a letter arrived 25,1 DEVELOPED
that year, it would seem homelike. from a four-days' trip to the diamond little son waste to a shadow, fight- from the' London editor. Nora & PRINTED

'- But it was understood that Don's mines of Kimberley, kissed ing together for his very life, noth- opened it eagerly. According to Your own good pictures
articles must describe some differ- her half-heartedly, dropped into the ing else mattered, not even an her husband's contract each article l these beautiful

ent portion of the country, so a tiny nearest chair, and said: "I'm all irate cable from the London editor .was to be paid for when received; t 1 scenes for '

villa overlooking Lake Como was in, Nora. I-I am awfully afraid demanding copy long overdue.It and the "cupboard was bare," or album.

their headquarters during the next .hat something's-got me." was on a'day when things had nearer bare than she liked to think lPlUS 11
year. Something had! Six days later been very bad indeed, that the about. But.to her surprise no crisp, ( I

Not that the entire year was spent when the doctor diagnosed the case young Englishman came in bearinga blue check fell from the envelope.It \. J, > /I'
in Italy. Trust Don for that! There as typhoid, Don was too sick tobe letter addressed to Leonora in the contained merely a letter -and ,& '.3 ,
o /'OId
moved to Cape Town hospital. familiar writing of Constance Ven- ... o c Floe. FOIl Man-
had been a two monthsin manuscript. The editor was, it appeared -
southern France-another in Bel- More than half ill herself, Nora able. After long, fretful hours the > courteously puzzled. His
gium-a German Christmas! And nursed her husband through weary baby was asleep, and Don said soft- contributor's: work seemed to be ..-

there was always the joy of' watching days and nights-week after week of ly: "Read it aloud, dear. Perhapsit slipping-was surely not up to its:
their small son change and de- weary days and nights, not daring will cheer us up a little." customary standard. The last few ,

velop: that ageless miracle whichto to spend money for a trained Nora opened the letter, glanced installments had seemed forcedasif
adoring parents is ever new. helper. down the page slowly, and then he were writing under pressure" WNU-7 20-38

Time drifted by, a happy time, Not that there weren't those who said: "Let's wait, Don." Her voice not for the joy of narrating his ad.

though there were days when the lent assistance when it became sounded, he noticed, very strange. ventures. They lacked utterly the
realization that her father was still known that "the nice American- And she was breathing hard. charm of all his former work. For '
unrelenting would descend bleaklyon the writer chap" was down with ty- "What's happened?" he questioned both their sakes he was returningthe I-0& Jb -o-!&* *'?* ,

Leonora, blinding her eyes to the phoid. Nora never forgot one terrible ,' and would have grasped the last "Letter from Cape Town.
Italian sunshine-bringing her tears > gray dawn when, worn with missive'had she not held it back. For a long time Nora sat stric'k- Don't Neglect Them!

at night when none could see. For I' her vigil-fighting the deadly nausea "It-it's Ven, darling," she told en, staring at those words written in Nature designed the kidneys to do a

not even after learning that she that was then her portion-Don him, her voice trembling now. neat longhand. Under the circumstances flowing marvelous blood job.stream Their free task of is an to excess keep the of
was a mother had James Lambert slightly delirious-the baby fretting "Ven?" it was not a disagreeable toxic impurities. The act of living-Ufa

written. This hurt the girl more unaccountably, she glanced up at "Gone, Don. Drowned on their letter. It was ,merely cold. It made itself matter ia the constantly kidneys must producing remove waste from
than all that had gone before; and the sound of a softly opening doorto own beach off the island a cramp her think of a hypercritical "parent the blood if good health is to endure.

knowing she suffered, her husband'was see a woman whose unenviable probably. He-he was all alone." reproving a careless child. It would Nature When intended the kidneys, there fail is to retention function as of
conscious of futile rage toward reputation was common knowledgein She arose then, to put her arms hit Don like a blow between the waste that may cause body-wide dis

the man who wounded her. She the community. Nora had once about him. During those monthsat eyes. tress.persistent One headache may suffer,attacks nagging of backache dizziness,,
said one day when the little boy smiled courteously on her in passing Capri Don's friendship for' Carl getting up nights, swelling, puffiness
was taking his first steps: "because," she said in answerto Venable had grown into somethingvery Home of Great Ant-Eater under worn out.Frequent the. eyes-feel tired,nervous, all

"Don, when you wrote to Father the amazement that swept across close. For a long time, it seemedto South America is the home of thereat scanty or burning passages
about the baby, did-did you tell the face of her own escort, an English Nora, Don sat there, his face ant-eater, which makes short may bladder ba disturbance.further evidence" of kidney or

him how very sick I was?" boy of twenty who, in Don's pressed into her shoulder. Then he work of termites as well as ants. The recognized and proper treatment

Don nodded; arose, and becausehe absence, was showing her "a bit of said harshly: "Read the letter, Counting its long, bushy tail, thereat Is set a rid diuretic* excess medicine poisonous to body the kidneys waste.
feared to say something unkindof Africa-"because we don't know, Nora. It can't be any worse, than 'ant-eater grows to a length ofsix Use Doan's Pills. They have had more
Nora's father, merely stooped do we, what dragged-her down?" -this." or seven feet. It has no teeth, than endorsed forty the years country of public over.approval.Insist Are on
down to kiss the top of her bright And after a moment's silence the They read it with tears; yet both and does not harm people. It looks Doan's. Sold at all drug stores.CHAPTER .
head. boy burst out impulsively: his face felt better after the reading. It for food between sunset and dawn.

"Perhaps he never got the letter; flushing: "I ,say! I-I think that's was a long letter, and toward the The crafty jaguar is its most dangerous Do
Do- ripping of you, Mrs. Mason!" end Constance had written: "Try enemy. t +

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I I -
I' AROUND Items of Interest

SECTION ale to the Housewife
i. -. :

I Stretching: the Salad. When the handy a cube of butter so the
salad is limited and you wonderif toasters can thrust their stick or
it will go around comfortably, fork into it before putting' the
j scoop out tomatoes and use the marshmallows on.
n I SnoopieAv I D salad ,as a filling. Then you will *

surely'have enough. Stuffed Eggs.-To stuff eggs, put;
them into
cold water as soon as
For a Flakier Crust.-One-half taken from the stove. This will
1 teaspoonful of vinegar, added to keep the whites in better. condi-
i the water when making pie crust, tion.
will assure a flakier crust. -- "*
'u Improving: Fudge.-If you will
II I l 4nV lV tR Butter Marshmallow Fork. add'a small spoonful of cornstarchto
n I When toasting marshmallows to the next batch of fudge you
prevent them from sticking to make, you will be amazed at the
\ r r"t r stick or fork when toasted, have improvement in flavor. '
rt't r
I I I Id We Forget Our BlessingsWe
$trange FactsPassionate
know only too well that there
I I I I are times when everything goes
I Playing wrong, but, in our haste to make
the' worst of life, we are ,apt to
o Brought 0 forget that there are also times

when everything .
the violin with goes
pAGININI played Priestly. '
astounding brilliance. So great
was Paginini's virtuosity an ama-
teur violinist stated publicly in
I IY Vienna that he saw the devil as-
1 rwFer =
sisting him. With long black hair
and emaciated figure it is said
Twee r
.. NEEr Paginini looked and behaved like
a I -, ). .Y<.;., = the proverbial genius. Every-
where the most romantic stories
zvrr TWEET. were told about him. In England,
?l / ,r one story was that Paginini had
been a political prisoner shut up
fah& 'c qP in a dungeon for 20 years. In the KILLS INSECTSON

% J& 'V3 dungeon he played all day long on FLOWERS FRUITS
violin that had but .
i" .Jx l 69jy >* a one string.In VEGETABLES & SHRUBS
this way he. had gained great
Demand original sealed
dexterity. bottles, from your dealer
This story, like many others Sty
about the famous violinist, was
not true. It is true, however,
that as a boy of eleven or twelvehe SMALL SIZE
(Copyright, W. N. TT) would practice a single musical 60e LAsi2ozE
passage for ten hours at a time and
I before he was twenty he lived in
f BAWL ME OUT PER BEIM' LEAN VENT retirement in Tuscany with a' noble -
::1 F WIT'A TRAFFIK VIOLATOR, / \VAL, lady where he studied and @RA""O
1W ANJILS PERTECK TH1 NIXT / practiced excessively. Brings Blessed Relief
I MOT0RIST Ol Paginini's passionate and bril- from aches and pains of
I.11 SEES I70IN1 POLICE 13WRRoNG liant playing won him the pope's RHEUMATISMNEURITIS
/ award of the Order of the Golden and LUMBAGOTry
Spur, great wealth and undying a bottle.Why Suffer
; N ," fliti fame. .The.perfection of the violin .-g"IIIIWcele! .J.*DRUG. STORES: _
I during the 100 years preceding
Paginini's birth made possible his Imprudent'' One

: N QO great popular success. One of his Is not he imprudent, who seeingthe
I iIFL violins was made by Guarnerius, tide making toward him
IE ? a famous violin maker of Cre- apace, will sleep till the sea overwhelms -
mona, Italy. With this and other him.Tillotson.MOROLOE.
A tR.LINbNANAQ) violins Nicolo Paginini developed
Y r virtuosity to its highest degree.He .
astounded the world with his A
spectacular brilliance and his undeniable [
OF genius.
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Newell anges in standard containers at the office. of the State Road -
amounted to only 69 cars, 32 less Department in Tallahassee until 1" T'

I. Receives Naval Reserve Flag I than last week, bringing an average 10:30 o'clock a. m. on, May 26,

(Continued From Page '1) price of $2.47 -a box, an advanceof 1938 next Thursday. At that

in the glades are purposely started 37c. For the correspondingweek time the bids will be opened and '.

by hunters and trappers whO. burn last year the average was the contract awarded shortly there- .,
order to locate C Sr $3.45 and for the same week two .-
off vegetation in !3'" eR Yd'K > ).3' ,. after. .
swales frequented' by alligators i y+ tS: years ago, $3.26. Other orange The project is described in the

Dr. Newell is of the opinion.that sales comprised 100 cars of the advertisement as State Project No.

there should be a state law againstthe Indian River variety,' which aver- 5067 between Wise's Corner on

hunting of these animals and aged $2.88 a box, 4 cars more with Road 67 and a point approximately

that heavy penalties should be inflicted : the price up 49c and 485 cars two- 6,235 miles north. The work to

for violation. Prohibition .. bushel Bruce boxes a't $2.63
Z ) .; 'S iyy y at be d.bire consists of re-working and
of all hunting In the glades wouldbe K 6 a'tWa .RY' box, 189 cars more with a price marl base -
widening the existing
even more efficacious: inasmuch advance of 15c. California or-
and the laying of a surface treated
as it would not only lessen the ange sales amounted to 384 cars ,

number of fires and danger from i I for the week, bringing an average pavement.
understood that the typo of
fires, but It would fit In with the price of $3.00 a box, up 23c. It' is
a v RF road construction and drainage
idea of converting the entire area '
I GRAPEFRUIT: Sales of regular .
structures along the route will be
into a permanent game and wild- Duncan and Marshseedless grapefruit -

_ life' sanctuary. Dr. Newell believes. I packed In standard boxes i similar in every respect to those -
Heretofore, the plan of reclaiming used on the other state highways
amounted. to 51 cars at an average
the Everglades has been essentially of the state. A design for a
\ price of $2.15 a box, 15 cars less
an effort to get rid of s with the price up 41c. For the bridge across' Fisheating Creek has

water Instead of using water to ? corresponding week last year the not as yet been worked out but

best advantage. Excess water from has assured. a
the department _
average was $2.63, and same week
the Kissimmee watershed and two years'ago, $2.49. Other grape- I high type permanent bridge at thisimportant'

Lake Okeechobee has been hur- pt fruit sales included 67 cars from crossing. ,

ried through canals to the ocean the ''
Indian River section averaging Contractors making 'bids must
and the Gulf, while large areas of $2.67 a box, 14 less
cars with an accompany their bids with a Certified -
unused land have been allowed to of $2.48 30 andthe
average cars less with check for $2,750
dry out and burn up for lack the. price up 43c a box. Texas I II checks of -the two lowest bidders
of water, the director pointed out.
< a I grapefruit sales totaled 20. cars for i will be deposited. Cashiers checks ,
"Since large of the glades
the week, bringing an average priceof will not be accepted. All bids
will not be cultivated for the next
.$221 a standard box, 'a drop of must show totals for each item and
half century or longer, It seems : 5c. The Texas citrus season is
total amount of bid.
logical to water
convey now closed; therefore, no further made
from Lake Okeechobee to unoccu- no. commment will Although the money was .

pied portions of the area to'raise CAPTAIN E. VAN PRAY (left), master of the world's largest welded i appear thereon. available for construction of board this \'
the water table in tho soil road several months ago, the
ship, The Atlantic-Refining Company's new 18,500-ton tanker, the "J. W.
even to flood the surface, to pre- Van Dyke,"receives from Captain W. L. Beck, Chief of Staff, Fourth Naval Lakeport Road To ofcounty commissioners had diffi- .-,

vent burning and natural oxida- District, the merchant marine naval reserve flag to be flown by the vesselto culty in securing right-of-way

tion mark Its acceptability as a naval auxiliary in time of war, and the fact Be Surfaced Soon grants due to so many of the

Director Newell believes that that the master and 50 per cent of the other officers hold commissions in land owners along the route being

increasing the cultivated acreageof the naval reserve. away and address unknown or

the glades would be a strong (Moore Haven Democrat) I having died and the property being -

point in protecting the area from Representative. J. H. Peeples in the hands of heirs. It was

fire "On the basis of market demand .returned Tuesday night from finally necessary! to bring condem-

there appears no economic county near KIssimmee River and STATE WELFARE BOARD Tallahassee with a copy of the I nation proceedings against several

reason for market expansion of the another between" Main's Corner GIVES ITS REPORT advertisement for bids for construction -'\ tracts of land and this was closed

vegetable acreage in the glades, and Lake 'Hicpochee. The latter of State. Road 29 from last Saturday by Circuit Judge .-

but this is not true of the sec fire is burning over a previously: Jacksonville, Florida', May 19, Wise's Corner to the levee, which I Geo. W. Whitehurst in a, special

tion's other big crop-sugar cane. burned and is said to be doing session here. There
area (Special-More than .40 per cent advertisement is appearing in a circuit court ..

Continental United States today but little damage to mucklands.Mr. of the expenditures of the State Tallahassee paper 'this week and I was'no contest of the condemnation -
produces 25
only cent of its
per Bender is urging
everyoneto which calls for bids on the work suit.Fdr .
sugar requirements, the balance be- become fire-conscious ,during the Welfare Board go for purposes, j .

ing imported. Development by the dry season and has forbidden any other than the administration of

Everglades Experiment station of fire warden to issue permits to Old Age Assistance, according to I .. ..;'..' .- .,::!!:. ." ., ;" ...:; -
new types of sugar cane particu- anyone for any purpose. Smokersare figures made public here today at -j'v ;::... -.-' JIlr.it1 1i---: ."' "'...'$- ;!L .
larly adapted to the .
glades soil
; especially cautioned to watch state headquarters by Clayton C.
and the station's
of where they throw matches and Codrington, state welfare commis J .
suitable methods of fertilizationhave
discarded cigarette butts. sioner.

acres made available many for thousands of With only two firefighting units The statistics show that slightly I

sugar cane more than 10 per cent of the cost
planting that heretofore Mr. Bender has been at a tremendous -
were con- I Is for administering the Aid to the
sidered unsuitable for this pur- disadvantage. during the .. .. ,,:.:;. :,' ..' ( ...
Blind that the -
program, and remainder '
pose," Dr. Newell present emergency with such a } i"
explained. .
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is distributed the : : .. -
among .:
; ,
Everglades large area to cover. Plans are "' ..
sugar production '
now ;.' .,:" '
13 other agencies served by the ; : f,
on 18,000 now underway, however, to secure (
acres amounts to about ..
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Board. One of the major items of I ;. 1 ( ., .t.. "
40,000 tons a year and gives em- federal funds' for a completely I :
expense relates to the certification .
ployment to 4,000 "The equipped unit to be quartered in : :
persons. of clients to the WPA, NYA,. and ; } ;
Everglades acreage in sugar pro- : each county which should make :> }
CCC. In the former category, em- : :r .
duction can be expanded to 300- short work of fires during normal ) ,
is" -
ployment provided by the Works ,
000 additional : :
acres within the conditions. ): :
Progress Administration only after ; ,., ,
next few -
years production
can the need of the applicant has been : .. "'. ..
be increased to 1,200,000 tons : < '
an- Turnbull Out For .
certified by welfare board workers. : ... -
profitable employment ,,.. ,.. "',
The cost distribution is as follows :.: 4
to 200",000 persons, provided ''1-< ..
the Committee ChairmanT. : I ':' .."'::< ;4:
quota placed on the glades by R .,
Old Age Assistance 57.69 Printing .
the federal '
," Dr. Newell government said. is removed Aid to Dependent Children .14 :/, :. ;)i;{ \ "

T. Turnbull, of Monticello, Aid to the Blind 10.16 ,

Bender Fights FiresIn one time president of the state W.Commody P. A. Certification Certification 13.17N. 8.89 : ., ; : \
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senate, yesterday announced his : '. : : :
Y. (l. Certification .76 .. '
Glades CountyMoore candidacy for the chairmanship of C. C. C. Certification 2.48 ;

( Haven the State Democratic Executive Child Welfare 2.94 .- -',/' : > ., .,

Democrat) Committee to be filled at the meeting Investigations for State I :<.i :: ; 5} { ;
Institutions < J: : .
Guy J. Bender, Fire Chief-of of the committee at Jacksonville .18 Ji :; ;
the Everglades Fire-" ontrol Dis- on June 2. Investigations for Children's : .. .
trict, brought in one of the two A lifelong resident of Jefferson Commission .02
Investigations for NYA
fire-fighting units of this district county, Turnbull has for the last

from Belle Glade and has kept a six years .served asattorney for Scholarships .03
Services to County and
crew busy during the week extinguishing the state railroad commission and '
City agencies .83 1 ft i a( t. 'n i '
some of the worst for the same period has been a
Out of Town Inquiries 2.36
muck fires in this area where a member of the state committee. '
Services to families not rii
supply of water is. available and Turnbull served two terms as a :
receiving aid .27 I-
plowing fireguards around othersto member of the house of representatives Other Welfare Activities .08 ::

confine them where there is nn from Jefferson county and Commissioner Codrington; in :

Insufficient supply of water to fight three terms of four years as a
commenting on figures, said:
the fire. member of the state senate of I
"Because of the hold which Old
Mr. ;Bender which he served from ent ..,. ,
president '
stated that rains in as Age Assistance has on the public I '-- "'. .

the Dade county area had enabled 1923 to 1925. imagination, the popular t

the. firefighters to get the big fires sion exists that the State 'impres-I

in that area partially under con- GEORGE COUPEIt GIBBS Board spends practically all the

trol but the unprecedented droughtof NEW ATTORNEY GENERAL i iI money entrusted to it for this one-

this winter and spring has I purpose. This idea is entirely er-

caused many fires to spring up and Tallahassee, May 18, ((FNS- : roneous, as the breakdown shows. :

become serious conflagrations which George Couper Gibbs, Jacksonville The Welfare Board is in effect a
ordinarily could have been easily attorney and former circuit judge general state welfare agency that .

conquered. was appointed Attorney General by handles all welfare work admin-

One of the worst muckfires in Governor Fred P. Cone. Gibbs, 59 istered directly by the state "or by

the Moore Haven vicinity is that years old, succeeds Cary D. Landis I the state and federal government /

which/ is burning on the propertyof who died last week after holding jointly." I ," .
"R: D. Lyons the office seven years. i See ; : "
northwest of town
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which is said to have started from Governor Cone announced the I Citrus Summary ; :

a brushfire on the bank selection which is effective until I I :
spoil of an .
adjacent ditch. The ditches near the general election November 8, ;t.t\: ,;, 7; :: :

the place are all dry and makes at 'which time the voters will select TAMPA, FLA., May 13, 1938- : : .,;: ,' '; i

use of the fire-fighting unit impossible : a man to fill the two year Following is the. weekly summaryof t

at this time. A fireguardhas unexpired term of the late Judge Florida citrus sales in the east- ;: r.

been plowed around the fire Landis. ern and midwester :auction markets .; y : .: ,

to keep it confined until water is In accepting, the appointment for the week just closing, ending .
available and an effort will be for the temporary post, Judge May 13th, with a brief review of '- .; f-:.:: _
made Sibbs stated that he would be a shipments affecting same. '
to get the U. S. Engineersto
candidate in the general election. Florida interstate shipments by .
open the culvert at Nicodemous ;Ff..t.
rhose expecting to run for the alll carriers the preceding week The Clewifton ;
Slough and allow water to run into I ews ;
office will be required to enter a (ending May 7th) dropped 111

1f\1te.the ditches of that area from the special primary to be called by the cars to a total of 1968 consisting .,. :': -.;:' ,. .,

state democratic of 1520 of I '
executive com- cars oranges and 448

Two the smaller fires are burning mittee. The nominee of this primary of grapefruit. ., .. ,. .'. ..... ,..,- ..: : -,: :'--,. <. .' ,,.... .. ...... :
near city ;
dump heap and across will be listed on the genera. Florida sales in all the auction ';-::'. .;. .',,: .
the railroad- frpm the ice plant. election ballot. markets this week reached a totalof -

Water' has been made available Among candidates expected tc 884 cars, an increase of 102 t'

from: the iceplant to fight these qualify for the special election arcEd over last week, with all varietiesand

fires and they arenow believedtq Bentley of. Lakeland, Vernon packs registering strong advances "

be "under .control A large fire Hawthornefof Miami and in
possibly price averages.
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le burning {tn (the\ north end of the others. ORANGES: Sales of regular or -- __h:'" ---- : "': ': -_- .:: '' :|ft

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