The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00690
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: July 8, 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
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
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System ID: UF00028415:00690
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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If Bitting Protests President's Reference To South.Iil\..IilFrank


: Rails To Draw Up New Sugar Industry Could Solve I""

"No. 1 Economic Problem"I I

: Plan For E. D. D. Refinancing) Number Of Small I Says Discrimination- In

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I Wage Scale Penalizes '
Robberies In County ,

PLAN BE HANDLED Construction BeginsOn TOM SHELLEY WINS Local Industry'Protes'ting

THROUGH R.F.C. Hendry county officers have been

-. Office BuildingAn busy' this week investigating sever

Frank Rails was employed by FINAL MATCH DUVAL al small, robberies which have occurred -I President Roosevelt's j

the board of commissioners of, the over the county during the I reference to the South as the
Everglades Drainage District to office building for permanent past month. I i nation's Number one economic j

prepare a revised application of the quarters of the Lake Okeechobee HANDICAP TOURNEYBig Sheriff H. L. DeLaney has in the I I problem, Clarence R. Bitting, president

district to, Reconstruction Finance project was begun this week on county jail, at LaBelle Harley Bal- I of the United States Sugar

f ,l Corporation with a view to securing the government reservation between kom who is charged with breakingand I Corporation, today telegraphed Lowell -

-.5 a new and higher commitment for the, present warehouse and, the Tom Shelley, Clewiston'slonghitting entering at Felda on ;the 11th I Mellett, chairman of the National
hurricane Chalker and siege gunner fought Emergency Council, that
loan for refinancing the district's gate by of June. Several articles were inviting
outstanding obligations. The action ; Lund contractors, of West: Palm through 36 gruelling holes at the taken from the Wells Store there. council to visit the Everglades
Beach. Clewiston Golf Club last Sundayto section and see the standard of
was taken following\ a landowners A woman, who gave her nameas
meeting held last week in West The building will be a one story finally vanquish "Little Doc" Matthews, was arrested ''here in living maintained among the labor-
building of Spanish type architec- VanLandingham, Everglades Handi- ing class. .
Palm Beach, which was precededby Snow Dyess' place this week. The
which well cap Champion, to take possessionof Mr. Bitting pointed out that the
a similar meeting a week earlierin ture, seems so adaptedto I' woman who is an incessant cigar I ;
Miami. Florida climate. It will be of the first Duval Jewelry Handicap smoker, apparently talks too freely Everglades, which he calls the 1 1I

The meetings were called to acquaint steel and reinforced concrete con- cup. It was a bitter, nerve-wrack- and by her casual conversation I I I Garden spot of the world, main- J:

the property owners of the struction with stucco exterior., The ing struggle that went clear to implicated herself She is being tains a living standard among Its
building, which will be both storm the last hole before Shelley was held on suspicion. laborers higher than the national
district with the financial set up
of the ,district and to sound out and fire proof, will be 40 by 92 able to clinch a 1 up victory over Three men who gave their names average and stated that the Ever-

the sentiment of the landowners on feet and will contain space ,for an the diminuitive South Bay boy, 'as E. D. Williams, Wi. H. Blair andG. glades stands ready to support an

the proper steps for refinancing. ample drafting room and offices who has proven the past winter and N. Roue were arrested in Belle additional 100,000 families at that

Approximately one hundred land- for officials. spring to be about the toughest Glade last night, having been trailed I same level when governmental discriminations -

owners attended the West Palm The contract price of the build- match-play golfer in: the Glades. there by Deputy Sheriff I. S. I against it cease.

Beach meeting and passed without ing is $19,850, 'and the time of After winning the, first hole (Continued on Page 4) The head of the Everglades sugar
completion is 75 days. Shelley dropped the next, only to industry called attention to the
offered I fact that when the Evergladesfruit
., go up on No. 3 and increase his
.;:, ; for representative from Okeechobee I lead to 2 up at the turn of the BELLE GLADE ROTARY and vegetable crops are being

u'.. county, seconded by E. R. Graham, FIRE LAST NIGHT first nine. Coming in to lunch harvested and marketed Cuba and
VanLandinglTarn won Nos. 11, 12 Mexico are permitted to ship into
senator from Dade county, that no'
,, ,.r CLUB MEETING HEREIS the United States their similar
financing be undertaken except di- and 14 to go 1 up, losing this advantage -
cS, rectly through RFC. The board DESTROYS SNOW'SHOTEL on No. 17, the two aspi- fruits and vegtables duty free. Only
after the Everglades crop season is
rants finishing the morning affair
has been divided upon the question
:.' efforts all square. / WELL ATTENDED ended and other states place their ,
of whether to continue i
BUILDING crops on the market is a duty
I through RFC or to negotiate pri- The first afternoon nine found -
imposed on Cuban and Mexican
vately with bondholders as india I the Handicap champ going 1 up on Nearly one hundred guests at-
---- I shipments. This discrimination is
.' viduals. Another resolution which I i II I No. 19 and turning the. nine 2 up tended the meeting of the Belle

..... ,the same men presented and which The small building on 'the high- after 'a smart 38 while. Shelley was Glade Rotary Club, held ,at. the harmful to 'the development. of the
f1' was also passed unanimously was way operated by B.: W. Dyess as"Snow's using up' 40 strokes!: 'V VanLanding Clewiston Inn on Friday evening, Everglades.
Mr. Bitting, also charged that
: wished the Hotel" and formerly, known ham increased his lead to 3 oil
A: that the landowners up when the Belle Glade Club installed '
F board to proceed at once to a settle- as the Egyptian Tea Room was No. 28 and held this, advantage. its new officers and had as their federal restrictions prohibit Florida
destroyed from producing its own sugar requirements -
ment on the best basis possible. almost completely by through the 30th hole. At this guests their wives, members of the
'; After several years of negotia- fire about two. o'clock this morn- point, however, Shelley snagged a Pahokee Rotary Club and their although Hawaii, Puerto -
Rico, Phillipines, Cuba and' other
tions, the present board has secured ing.The birdie on the long 31st, to wipe I wives and Clewiston Kiwanians and
...... fire occurred three days foreign countries are guaranteedmore
from the bondholders committee an out one loss, and won two more their wives.
.... .', than 70 percent of our
after had been
c( option covering purchase of the Dyess warned by in succession when Van's usually John Harris acted as Master of
Sum- national sugar ma'rlet.Mr. .
bonds at a price of 50 cents on the the assistant states"attorney, steady game momentarily deserted Ceremonies and introduced in hum-
dollar for principal only. All other ter Leitner, that he could either him. Shelley caught himself an- orous vein each of the guests to Bitting today also protesteda
"close let the law close it recent determination by the Secretary
previous discussions or tentative up or other birdie on the 34th to go 1 the assembly.
of Agriculture which fixed
agreements have considered refit up. Dyess agreed to close the up, but the South Bay boy squared The affair was Ladies Night for
nancing at least a portion of the place himself, and last night he I' matters on the 35th with a par 4 the Rotarians and also was' the occasion wages of labor on sugar productionin
those of
interest.: was the sole occupant of the build- while Shelley had to be content for installation of officers. Florida higher Florida
I Louisiana. Louisiana
\ The commitment previously granted ing. with a 5. Jim Darden, of Belle Glade, was classificationin
by RFC was based on an anti- Originally .a small stucco one They faced the last hole all I inducted into the office of presi- were placed in of one
the division sugar producingareas
cipated payment of 30 cents on the room building, the place had sev- even. VanLandingham driving first dent of the Club. and
federal regulation
dollar., The problem of the board eral wooden rooms added to it at missed his only tee shot of the I After the dinner and installation set for Louisiana
yet the wages
now is to raise sufficient funds to the rear. In the front room werea day, the ball finding the canal for. session, several musical numbers laborers is much lower than that
obligations, and counter and several tables and penalty stroke. A beautiful I the Ken
settle the district's a were enjoyed by group. set for Florida laborers at identical -
k'-: to assure itself that sufficient taxes chairs. The kitchen was directly spoon found him lying '''three just i Harris contributed several "hill tasks.,

'r will be forthcoming in the future behind the front room and the six feet off the green. Shelley. billy" numbers, playing his own In Mr. Bitting's protest he did
to do other small rooms strung out be- beautiful drive and Ki-
to repay the loan necessary boomed out a accompaniment. The Clewiston
Continued Page 8)
( on
:, (Continued on page eight) I hind the kitchen. The back ,rooms (Continued on page 8) wanis trio, Fritz Wright, Jim I /
are completely destroyed, the kit- .
Beardsley and Robbie Smith sang i iI
L. HemenwayDies chen is almost completely destroyedand several selections. I Augurs Are Injured
the front room ruined by club
Representing the WreckMrs. ,
I Auto
Suddenly smoke and charred from the fire.It's CLEWISTON ROUTEDIN were Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Ward, I n

roof is gone although some Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Smith, Dr. and '

,--- of the walls and floors remain. PAHOKEE 14-3 Mrs. 'J. Wl Ezelle, Mr. and Mrs.J. 'I George T. Augur and her j

Clewiston friends of Captain N. The fire followed two explosions E. Beardsley, Miss Marion" Ley- daughter, Jean, were injured Monday '
which were reported heard by sev- when an automobile in which
"; L. Hemenway, formerly in charge r dig, and F. M. Wright. I
eral people living in the neighbor- they were riding collided with that
: of the Clewiston sub office of U. The Clewiston team in the Ever- Cecil Donnelly. Mrs.
hood. After the building was prac- driven by
S. Engineers, were shocked early glades baseball league was defeatedby Wreck Ruins Visit suffered two broken ribs
tically gone a series of small explosions Augur
I, this week to learn of his sudden the most decisive margin of the
gash on
occurred, as though the and Jean received a severe
death Saturday evening at his home I (Continued on Page 4) season Sunday when the Pahokee For Second Time : the forhead. They were taken to
; in Blacksburg, Virginia. \ team took full revenge for their I the Good Samaritan hospital for
According to advices received defeat at the hands of the Clewis- treatment and returned to Clewis

/f1. here Captain Hemenway's death Construction ,BegunOn ton lads a week previous on the Miss Kathleen Lewis, teacher in II ton Wednesday.The ,

rn resulted from a heart attack which local diamond. The game was one of the Tampa schools, may car was driven by Mrs.

gave only a moment's warning Royal's Store played on the Pahokee diamond discontinue her visits to her sister, Augur's brother, F. D. Hessey, and

.'. The deceased was 39 years of age, i and the score was 14-3 with Paho- 1Irs.Vi.|. W. Perry of Clewiston if the accident occurred at Notting-
Captain Hemenway was a graduate -' I kee on the big end of the score. her luck doesn't change. Miss Lewis ham Boulevard and Georgia ave-

of West Point in the class of Construction of a store buildingfor The previous score was 8-5. was enroute to Clewiston Friday nue. Technical charges of reck-

1921 and was later assigned to' George L. Royal was begun Pahokee scored seven runs'in afternoon to spend tho Fourth of less driving were placed against

duty with the Corps of Engineers this week by J. F; Tippey, local the second inning put the gameon July holidays with Mr. nnd Mrs. drivers of both cars.

." f,' U. S. Army. He was associated contractor, on the lots facing the ice. Durham began the rout Perry, when her automobile collided Miss Mary Mobley and Carol

-: with the Jacksonville office and Post Office on Bond street. by reaching first on an overthrow. with another. She was not 'Augur, other occupants of the car,

;, was in charge of the Lake Okee- The building will be one story, Four singles and two free passes injured but her car was badly received, only minor bruises. The

chobee project ,during 1933 and and of concrete block construction.The accounted for the remainder of damaged. Mr. Perry was sum- Augur car was badly damaged
until July 1st, 1934. He left front wall o.c the buildingwill the, runs. They added two runs moned by telephone and drove to

Clewiston for Blacksburg, where he be of the new black, modern- in the fourth inning, two in the Lake Placid for her. DREDGE WELATKA: 11 EX URNS

was assistant professor of mili- istic glass material. fifth and the final three in the The odd circumstance is that TO LAKE: 'OKEECHOBEE: WORK

tary science and tactics at Virginia When the building is completedit ninth. Clewiston scored their Miss Lewis, Who is not at all in

Polytechnic institute. will be occupied by Royal's three .tallies in the eighth inning. the habit of having accidents with The government dredge, Welat-

Mrs. Hemenway was with her grocery store and Royal. Dry Goods Baker and Avant divided mound her car, overturned onu the high- ka, has returned to the Lake Okee-

.: husband at the time of his death. store, which heretofore have been duties for the Clewiston team but way west of LaBelle almost ex- chobee project this week on perm-

She accompanied his body to Wash- maintained in separate store ro ms. I were powerless to stop the hitting actly a year ago. She was then anent assignment for maintaiuance

;:. ington Sunday. Funeral services An entrance will be placed at the onslaught of the Pahokee batters, enroute to Clewiston for a visit. work. Her first location is be-

:' 'were held Tuesday at 1:30 and north corner and another Iii the the East Beach team fattening their Her car was damaged, but again tween Bacom Point and Pahokee

,,' Captain Hemenway was buried in center of the front wall. The remainder averages with fourteen safe blows. she escaped injury.; -- and she was placed on the site of

Arlington National Cemetery. of the front will be taken Larrimore and Baxter did the hurl-. her first operations on Wednesday.It .
Both Captain and Mrs. Hemenway by display windows. ing for Pahokee. Funds J borrowed from the Florida is expected that work will begin

were popular with a large circle The building will cost about A big reason for the one-elded Citrus Commission for the pay- on the large dredge next 'week.

of friends In Clewiston who learn ,$5,000 and will be completed in score was an accident which oc- ment of teachers' salaries havebeen When carrying a' full crew, the

P! with genuine, regret pf. his df Phb from 6Qo. pp flays ,..- .etL.. -....- ( Continued on Page 8)) ', < fully repaid< ',' ,: W?J.tk( employs J about S5 men.. :

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News Review Current Events DIZZY DRAMAS-Now Playing-"Baldy>s Bride" By Joe Bowers II III


Call for Help Indicates Compromise i ldr

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Explains What Is Meant by Balance
Speediest ship in our navy, the destroyer McCall, was commissionedat
the Mare Island navy yard in California. The McCall, first privately PLANNING a balanced diet t"' .
built navy vessel since 1921, has a specified speed of 38V knots, but in CORRECT NUTRITIONDescribes I to be a puzzle if
recent tests was reported to have averaged 42 knots. It carries four 5-inch you send for the Homemaker'sChart
tubes and is especially fitted for quick for Checking Nutritional
. and four quadruple torpedo
guns Balance, offered free, by
attacks on capital ships.SUMMARIZES. C. Houston Goudiss.It .

Balanced Diet So lists the foods and the
How to a standard amounts that shouldbe

-&tritd w PLLzid Essential to Maintain Optimal \ and included includes in skeleton the daily menus diet,

for breakfast, dinner and
lunch or supper, to guide you
C Western Newspaper Union. in selecting the proper foodsin
By C.. HOUSTON GOUDISS each classification.A .
be the cause for appropriate action. 6 East 39th St., New York City.TO postcard' is sufficent to
Signs of Compromise The rumors were denied, but their SOME families, a summons to the dinner table means bring you this valuable aid to

THERE are distinct indications of dissemination may have done some more than a chance to satisfy hunger. To others, good menu planning. Just ask
and co-operation good, for information reached the for the Nutrition Chart.
the American picture, and hopes for British government that Franco had it represents an opportunity to gratify the palate, some- ,Address C. Houston Goudiss,

restored prosperity are somewhat ordered his aviators to stop bomb- times to the extent of overtaxing the digestive system. 6 East 39th St.,New York City

revived. The stock market has be- ing British merchant vessels. Neither of' these extremes fulfills the true function of food,

come unusually active, and private However, 'this news was followed which is to provide adequately but not to excess, for growth, 'maintenance such common foods as cereals,

enterprise three billions is awakening.in stored-up Unfreezingof credit immediately two more British by dispatches ships had saying been and repair of the body. bread, potatoes, macaroni prod-

is expected to result from new bank- bombed in the ports of Valenciaand -*- of cells that are worn out daily. ucts, sweets, and sweet fruits and

ing regulations ordered by the Pres- Alicante, several seamen being Food May Fail to Feed Carbohydrates to produce quick vegetables, such as oranges' ,

ident. Thousands of contracts for killed or wounded. You can satisfy hunger without heat and energy. Fats-a more grapes, apples and peas.
approved projects to cost almost ",, providing correct nutrition. You compact form of fuel, which are Fats should supply about 20 per
$500,000,000 have been sent to all ; can partake of def also essential in a satisfactorydiet. cent of the caloric' content of the
the Public Swedes Celebrate Minerals which bothas iet. They are obtained from but-
parts of the country by. licious-tasting foodsto serve
Works administration. AMERICANS of Swedish descent the point of over- builders and regulators of,body ter, margarine, cream, egg yolk,

Mr. Roosevelt, in his latest radio ,by and many indulgence'with- processes. The six vitamins, A, salad dressings, vegetable oils and

address to the nation, said: "In I from Sweden gathered at Wilmington out meeting bodily B, C, D, E and G, that also act ', the fat of meats.A be -
should provided
simple frankness and in simple hon- Del., for the celebration of the requirements.The as regulators and prevent a num- protein food
esty, I need all the help I can 300th anniversary of mere spend- ber of deficiency diseases. Water at each meal. Meat, poultry,

get," and it seems that the peopleare the landing in America ., ing of 'money will -which serves as a' vehicle by fish, eggs, cheese, milk and most
to that help if the carried to the tis nuts supply complete protein.
ready give xtiAL of the first not insure good nutrition which food is .
administration will do its part. Swedes and Finns. for extremely sues. And cellulose or bulk-required reals and legumes furnish incomplete -

Notable in the President's talk From the old coun- a4 poor diets for the normal functioningof protein which may be ,sup-

was the admission that mistakes try came Crown can be found inI I the intestinal tract. plemented by"the complete pro-

have been made not only by his op- .. Prince Gustaf Adolf __ households where -*- tein of milk.
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ponents and by industry and with a large party,, the income is large
but also by government leaders. He but he confinedto Danger in Omitting One The Protective FoodsIt
'ftr was and} ,,. the_ food budget is ample.
reactionaries in is essential that the diet '
sharply attacked his suite on the What counts is learning to providethe Food SubstanceThe
business, blaming them for muchof liner Kungsholm by should contain an abundance of
right foods in the correct pro- homemaker who fails to
the current depression. illness. His placewas portions. The return in health will take every one of these factors minerals and vitamins 'which are
Asserting his continued belief in taken bv his be more than worth the invest- into consideration Is deprivingher furnished: by the protective foods-
individual enterprise and the profit Prince Bertil prince Bertil. milk, eggs, fruits and vegetables.
son, this
ment of effort in acquiring husband of the opportunity to obtained
motive, he criticized the recent con- The principal event of the opening knowledge. his greatest efficiency. Cellulose or bulk is
gress for failing to enact his pro- the presentation ofa develop from fruits, vegetables and whole
ceremony -*- Moreover she be robbing
for government reorganization grain cereals. Water comes
gram monument erected by Sweden on their birthright. Dur-
aid the finan- A Balanced Diet children succulent vegetables,
and legislation to the landing site. The presentationwas of childhood, the juicy fruits,
cially depressed railroad industry.At made by Prince Bertil and accepted Science has discovered what ing every day built and defects in milk and other beverages, as wellas
the same time, however, he said by President Roosevelt. foods are necessary to help build body is structure being ,,likely to ariseif the water that' is consumed as
body are
the legislators "achieved more for Then the President presented the top health and keep us 100 per child is improperly nourished a beverage.To .
the future good of the country than monUIT\-'1t to Gov. Richard McMullen cent fit. The amount of food required the then that disease and provide adequate amounts of
It is
any congress between the end of for the. state of Delaware.The by a man for a day's work the seven food essentials at every
the World war and the spring of can be accurately determined. We disability make their appearanceas meal-to avoid the mistake o .
celebration was continued for nutrition.How
result of faulty
1933. much of type of
disease serving too one
know that a specific may
four days in Delaware, New Jersey the bodyof
tragic to deprive young
:r. little of another-
diet and cured food and too
be produced by me
and Pennsylvania, parts of which substances so necessary to its
another that growth can be should be the worthy aim of every -
Wants Liberals ElectedTVTOST states were embraced in the New by ; well belD .
in the homemaker. You will find the
influenced through changes
Sweden founded in 1638 by a com- I
of the President's radio -*-
old easier if you
that task considerably
of the dietary
of 150 Swedes and Finns sent quality ;
speech was frankly political.He the Diet for the Homemaker's Chart.
Check send
declared himself theleader of to America by Gustafus Adolphus. age may be deferred by choosingthe How to
food with care. Tack it up in your kitchen or in
the liberals and held that, as such, it :YMustn't for Balance
We know that the body is a i the room where you plan your
was his privilege to intervene in Seize Hainan working machine which never Perhaps you are like the home- menus, and use it to check the
state primary and election 'campaigns makers who tell me' that they do of meal
but slow down or get nutritional every
British and French stops may
for the purpose of insuringthe THE envoys not know a protein from a carbo-
of order unless the daily diet you prepare.
defeat of those whom he char- Tokyo warned Japan that any out hydrate. Or it may be that while ,follow the food
includes element, every If you faithfully
acterized conservatives the occupation of Hainan, Chinese islandoff every the difference,
as opponents you understand you outlined in the chart,
needed to you
mineral vitamin program
of his policies. the south coast of China, wouldbe every know what quantities
maintain health and avoid the deficiency do not will help to assure your family'of
This aroused the indignation of met by joint Franco-British ac should be included in the diet each correct nutritiop. This is 'the I
tion. The island which lies diseases.
Democratic statesmen like
many Senators Burke of Nebraska and French and British trade routes, -*- day.To simplify your task of serving most priceless them.gift For you nutrition could be-is

King of Utah. l was bombed by Japanese flyers. Seven Essentials balanced menus at every meal, I the stow architect upon that draws the plansof

"I believe the people in the districts -*: -- '. There are seven factors to be have prepared a Homemaker'sChart human destiny. In providingthe

and states will resent the Ireland Installs Hyde considered in planning a balanceddiet. for Checking Nutritional right foods, you lay a firm
President's interference," Burke Protein for building body Balance. In convenient chart foundation for health on which to
said. "If we were to follow the IRELAND'S first president, in the'person tissue and repairing the millions.and form, it shows what foods shouldbe rear a life of happiness and suc-
course he has suggested, we wouldall Dr. Douglas Hyde, was included in the diet every day
be goosestepping behind a leaderno installed in St. Patrick's hall, Dublin and gives the standard amount for cess.

matter how beneficent that leader _castle, where former viceroys thin 7ZBloodBuilding each food. There are also skele-
may be. I do not approve of that I held their social tot ton menus outlined by food classifications I Questions Answered I
functions. The ceremony ; -
course. -L-' which enable you to plan
General opinion was that Mr. was conducted Diet balanced menus for every meal -
Roosevelt had widened the split in entirely in Gaelic by making a choice from each Mrs. F. C. T.-Dried figs con-

the Democratic party and by his and was witnessedby group of required foods.I tain from 60 to 70 per cent sugar
words had placed the stamp of his state and church rL: Including Lists of urge every homemaker to and 4 to 5/per cent protein. They

approval on the attempted "purge" officials, membersof write for this chart and use it are a fine energy food.
directed by Corcoran, Cohen, and parliament and Foods Rich in Iron daily. Then you won't make such Mrs. G. L.-There is evidence

others of his advisers. representatives of and Copper common mistakes as serving a that a lack of vitamin A more
: : foreign countries. dried legume as a vegetable at a quickly affects'' the eyes of chil-

Latest War Scare Among American the last Minister was | are invited to meal in which meat is used, which dren than adults. However, both

-" .;tea_ READERS a free bulletin tends to concentrate too much pro- children and adults require gen-
BOMBING of loyalist Spanish John Cudahy. Douglas Hyde I containing a list of foods rich, tein in one 'meal; or choosing atooheavy erous amounts of this vitaminto
Dr. Hyde read and
of British ships in dessert following a main help maintain healthy eyes. A
in iron and a list of those rich in
declaration in which he
Spanish ports by GeneralissimoFranco's signed a rich in carbo-
Also included are sam- course that is overly shortage may affect the tear
insurgent planes led di- promised to defend the constitutionand copper.
causing a failure of secre-
hydrates. glands
showing how to plana
dedicate himself to the serviceof ple menus
rectly to the most recent
scare -*- tion and dryness. The membrane
balanced diet containing
in Europe. It was reported in Lon- the people of Ireland. .
amounts of foods rich becomes sensitive and inflamed,
don that the loyalists had threat- President Hyde has been a poet, generous these blood-building min- 60 Per Cent Carbohydrates and the lids may swell.
ened to bomb Italian and German historian and educator. He is the erals. Send request-a Carbohydrates should form at A. F. B.-When thorough chew-
cities if Franco did not call off his son of a protestant clergyman and'it postcard will do-to your C.Houston least 60 per cent of the supply of ing is impossible, food can be fine-

airmen, and in Italy it was asserted is hoped he will bring about a union Goudiss, 6 East 39th Street, food fuel. Rarely are menus deficient ly minced or put through a sieve,
that this probably would be regarded of Roman Catholic Ireland and New York City. in carbohydrates, because to make it easily digestible. \.W l !
as an act of war and would Protestant northern Ireland. they are so widely distributed in WNU-C.Houston Goudiss-1938=18 ,


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Consent Lost Upon JohnIn .

J@ AROUND I Items of Interest
J@I His Great AnxietyJohn

; to the Housewife

felt that he could never the HOUSED
I ask Pamela to be his wife. ; :) ." .

True, he loved her as he had
\ never loved anyone else before, Hanging Pictures. Paste a warm 'iron on the wrong side of

... .. .,., .. ,, ... ', but then she was an angel, whilehe strip of sandpaper across the bot- the silk ''and protect .it with
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had many little weaknesses of tom of the back of a picture. That cheesecloth. .
will help keep it hanging straighton *
which no angelwould ever approve.
;; the wall. Don't Scrape Tin Dishes. -Tin
Pamela, on the other hand,
y''A w. Ai..A ''/rr cooking dishes'should not be
spent her time thinking that it
4LL was high time John spoke up! Save the Floors.-Carefully ar- scraped, as scraping exposes the
ranged newspapers make good iron or steel surface underneath,
One night he came to the point.
paddings under fiber and which rust.
rugs may
:: : "Pamela, Pamela, he *urged., mattings, because the dirt which *, *
"will me?
you marry sifts through may be easily re- To Keep' Out Dust.-Screens

,:;',.,' ".. "You bet," she replied briskly."I moved with the newspapers. covered with cheesecloth help to .
jf know darling," he an- I keep dust and dirt from blowing

swered, ashamed. "But if you'll Ironing White Silk.-To help : into pantries, storerooms, and in
only say, 'Yes,' I'll promise never; prevent white silk from turning doors and windows near the
, .' to back another horse!" yellow when ironed, use only a ground.

:;. Rifle Practice Below ,.
, By When an oil well is drilled, oil

L-- HOW to SEW RUTH WYETH sands may be encountered, yet
:; ,..,..:,< SPEARSV passed by the drill in anticipationof
M richer deposits below. ,But
[ Though America's logging industry
l. :. has been on the downgrade several 7 I when the deep deposits are ex-
r ; .' years because of heavy imports, this & hausted, engineers want to tap the
,::- spring one of the.largest tim } upper levels. So they've just de
1 vised.a. : method of lowering a 15-
.',- ber log drives ever run in
barreled gun and shooting .30 cal-
New England took place near ;
''r' ,' Machias, Maine. Over 4,000- $ e4' Kr; +k,yL7K 0 i 4i FY'vfl.IIt iber bullets at the proper depth.
000 feet of lumber-pine, That sets off the oil flow.FREE .-

hemlock and spruce-was
r '. floated down the river to the :
Whitfield mill 45 miles south. j
i i A
....- Lumberjacks work hard all ;

i C winter but the drivers have ] ""
"- more adventure during the j MAKES F.t ESSER I Ii

:;: drive when they must. balance \j ER SEaVINOS "
;: themselves on swirling J 6 TO B
:.' logs, pry open jams and sleepin I BOYS YOUR
a different "home" every ,
f: night. They: wear caulk shoes I
' with spikes.! 'I I

I $25.00 to $35.00 per week ,
per person.including meals,two to the room.
mi : Write for folder
f Ocean Front at 27th St. Miami Beach,Fla.. '
JOHN B. .REID.President '


/ r Highest Duty

The .sun will shine after every
storm; there is a solution for

7. A BIT of hand embroidery for they are not included in either every problem, and the soul's
; AtIiqtL: the collar and sleeves of a Sewing Book No. 1; or 2. Book 1, highest duty is to be of good cheer. .

little girl's dress is always the Sewing for the Home Decorator,

smartest trimming. Quickly made covers curtains, slipcovers, dress-

: : stitches and interesting colors ing tables; 48 pages of fascinating ruined ,
may be combined to give unusual directions. Book 2 illustrates eyes
LrJI iiwj r.J effects. 90 embroidery stitches with nu-
The dress shown here is pale merous applications; doll clothes by neglect; they get red and.

blue chambray. The collar and and gift items. Order by number, sore and you let them go. Don'tdo

9l by ,..J.wlGfsaxy sleeves are edged with blanket enclosing 25 cents for each book it. ,Leonardi's Golden Eye
stitch in a deeper blue as shownat desired. If you order both books, Lotion cures soreness without

A. Between each blanket stitcha leaflet on making crazy quilts, pain in one day. Cools, heals

..;.r.,.,- tiny loop stitch is made in white with 36 stitches illustrated, will be and strengthens.

t :H. ::", and three larger white loop included free. Address Mrs. LEONARDI'SCOLDEN
stitches at the top of every second Spears, 210 S. Desplaines St., Chicago -
' '" blanket stitch as shown at B. Ill. EYE LOTIONMAKES
When used on a fabric of this
weight the embroidery should be 350 u all druggists
.", < rather coarse to show up well. Boy's TownIn I New Large Size with Dropper-50 cents
ri:, b; : ;} rt / All six strands of a six strand Nebraska there is a town S.B. Leonard & Co.,New RocheUe, N. T.

t; J: There's little waste "} embroidery cotton may be usedor completely run by boys. The
l1iJ:L. time or waste space in f 2W // No. 5 pearl cotton. For a dressof idea of having a boys' town for
; the kitchen where I fine sheer material sch dim- homeless boys the conceptionof '-" -- --' ---- -
; camp's J r 1 / o rd as was :f' : .! 11: :. ; .
,. Cook Leonard Elwell ity 'or organdie use 'finer embroidery Father Edward J.. Flanagan of ; y'
;,., prepares 240 meals a \i 1 thread. Other attractive'colorcombinations Omaha, Neb. The town is situ- ,,. .. !.Y.thii. .. ,!i!,.,. .. _L it_ 'Wan'" .... .'.:I'

( day, moves 35 miles j are pink material ated 10 miles west of Omaha and ,'lit" .'N'. .E"W' .: 'V'O'; 'I''R''VII',_ ,
po down the river, and sets with deep rose and French blue comprises a million-dollar plant "
,:. up his equipment again embroidery, yellow with brown with 320 acres of farmland, 11 --- -

,': To supply 60 men participating and orange or green with yellow modern buildings and accommo- O is right around this quiet, congenial hotel

t'\ in the last <' and white. For a printed fabric, dations for 200 boys. It is a self- Rooms with bath from $2.50 single, $4
( drive ,he cooked 500 repeat two of the strongest tonesin governing community with the
'.:, doughnuts, 500 sugar the printed design or use white control completely in the hands of
i cookies 200 biscuits, 16 collar and cuffs embroidered in the boys.
;'. loaves of bread, boiled the background color of the print There is a boy mayor and six
y;:;:. four hams and cooked 50f. and one of the brighter tones. commissioners comprising a city
pounds of beef, all on the fjy : jXI.pc r NOTE: If you wish to use these council. The board of advisers
'f" above stove. And it was 5 weekly articles for reference consists of members of the school
plenty good, if the young paste them in a scrapbook, as faculty.
l. driver at the right knows
what he's smiling about!

,r..' I I UNA and INA Celebrate the Fourth. J I m m I I1

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They eat four meals a day, these drivers, and when the day is over IpE ARE d ,

they sit around the campfire and chat about one of America's mOst color

ful industries, logging, a business that demands hardy men who like ..PItOOUCT....
rr';. outdoor life and'isolation. Gone forever is the heyday of America's loggin '
V"' industry with its Paul Bunyan and blue oxen, but the colorful picture oj 6 STRAWBERRY-VANILLA-LEMON MAPLE UNFLAVORED CHOCOLATE:

north woods life will live forever in song and story.

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PAGE li'oun .
NEWS 1"1'
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The Clewiston News cd a boat load of Clewiston folk M:..:N:N N N N N N N-N N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N N N N:N N:N Ny of all interests, to the end that the last year.
I in the middle of the lake: weren't
good of all will be served. A One mill is for the state school
they glad they had not even a
Late To billion dollar
Classify advertising fund
Published every Friday In Clewisten, bite? There in the boat were campaign, one-half for the State Live-
;Florida by the CLBWISTON NEWS, won't help a group who won't try stock Sanitary Board, threeeightsfor
poles and rods and reels but not I
Inc. CJ3y, Hsell Kay to help themselves, and cutting the State Prison fund, three-
even minnow
a could be found.
each other's throats, throwing mon- quarters for the free text book

KEA.TIILEY BOWDEN, Editor but The he game couldn't warden looked puzzled, :N:N:N:N:N:-:M:NN:N:N:N:N:N:M:N..:N:N..:..:.w;N:N.f II key wrenches, and gypping the pub- fund and one-half mill for'' the
press charges for
lic may be delightful sport' but it's pension fund.LEGAL.
fishing without a license. So when One nice thing about being invited mighty poor business, only some
Entered as second class mall matter you're having poor luck perhapsit's to a Florida Citrus banquetis
Tebruary 1. 1927, at the Post Office inClewiston. folks have to live a long time
Florida, under the Act of good luck after all. that it provides an opportunity before they find it out. "" .
!March 9. 1897.gnb.eription. A few Clewiston folk took in for a fellow to catch up on his I NOTICES
When'we substitute brains hon-
the Overseas Highway celebration. consumption! of Hawaiian pineappleand ,-
esty, energy and confidence in the
Rate $2.00 Per Yean. But there were countless others California canned fruits but
e place of selfishness, greed NOTICE OF PUBLIC IIEAnIXG'Tuesday
AdyedlelDC Rates On ,Application. who plan a trip to Key West before then I suppose serving "citrus
cion and sharp practice, we'll find
the summer is over, but want fruit" to. citrus growers would be July 6, 1338. at 4:30
t : I Isomethin' black ink replacing red ink on o'clock. P. M. United States Eastern
to make
it when traffic isn't like '
carryin' coals
sc to
Devoted to the advancement and welfare I I our balance sheets. Standard Time is fixed as the data
of Clewiston and Hendry County. congested. We want lots of roost Newcastle or makin' a shoemakerwear i and time when and the City Hall in
to look around when the City of Clewis ton is designated
we go, anddon't shoes. I
CLARK KNOCKED 'OUT' as the place where theCity Com-
want the landscape l litteredup i Anyhow I mission shall hold a public meeting
a delightful
WHERE IS THE UNBALANCE? with thousands of cars and purpose of considering and
evening last week as a guest of acting upon the assessment roll, of
more thousands of people. TIll: the Florida Citrus Commission acting as a Board of Equalization,
While the Everglades section Overseas highway is truly an ata Ed Clark; was a victim of a pe- of hearing complaints and receiving
dinner held in Lake Wales to give culiar accident Sunday afternoon testimony as to the value of any
begs for a chance to spread its achievment and we are looking for property, real or personal, as fixed
shippers and
prosperity to thousands of other ward to seeing it. newspapermen while playing baseball with the by the Tax Assessor and of perfecting -
an opportunity to join In a Clewiston team against Pahokee.Ed reviewing and equalizing the
families, the federal government The Augers were going to celebrate round table discussion 1938 tax, assessment.
concentrates its attention on the the Fourth, but were among was catching, and a pitchedball This notice dated this 22nd day of
things that were done and should tipped the end of the batter's June, 1938.
South as "the nation's number one the unfortunates who landed ir
not have been done and the htings bat was deflected .slightly and :MALCOlM. DIGG. Clerk
economic problem, and calls in the hospital instead. We're glac! CITY COMMISSION
undone that should have been done struck the edge of the" catcher'smask CITY OF
a council of men from the various their injuries weren't any worse. CLEWISTON
and where do we go from here?" with such force that the blow June 24, July 1INVITATION
Southern states to study the problem Those ,who went to the woods fot
and to suggest remedies. Just how much good was accomplished rendered Ed unconscious for several
a quiet picnic found them unusually -
The South is the "unbalance"of pretty for July. Probably the Is more or less problem- minutes.A FOR BIDS
atical, but nevertheless it very sore head for several
the nation's situation, government later-than-usual rains have broughtout gave a Sealed
lot of folks to days seems to be the only resultof bids in duplicate for th '
officials claim. But in the the wild flower growth at an an opportunity exhale furnishing of all labor and material'
Everglades the "unbalance" term their ideas, some of which the odd blow. The accident and the performance of all work for ).
unusual time of year, but there are i the construction of : ..,
were potently pregnant.For happened on the Pahokee diamond. a wharf in the
seems best applied to treatment many varieties in bloom now. Mostof Caloosahatch.ee Canal at Moore Haven.

which fruit and vegetable growers Florida's wild flowers have small a bunch of guys so fluentat I Canal Florida at, a Clewiston.wharf in the Industrial
Florida a wharf'In
and sugar growers receive''' at the blooms and are not so showy as discussin' citrus problems on RobberiesContinued- Taylors Creek at Okeechobee.

hands of the government. those of other states.' Just now, the street corner, silence and absence flee Florida of the will Board be received of Commissioners at the of-.:

Almost coincidental with the in some of the higher woods in of suggestions at the banquetwas of Okeechobee Flood Control District..

announcement that the nation is attention Hendry county the ground is prac- downright amazin'. The chair- ( from page one) Beach 403 Harvey Florida Building, West Palm'
2:00 P. M.
must 'focus on the South tically covered with a white flower man had to durn near get downon Bell. They are charged with jump- July 11, 1938. on

came a ruling of the departmentof that looks as though it might bea his knees and pray to entice a board: bill at George's the night Plans and specifications are on file

agriculture, fixing wage rateson wild verbena. Then there are manyof anyone to say a word, in spite of before, and are being held pending and the may District.be' examined West at Palm the Beach officeof

Florida sugar plantations one- the yellow flowers that look like the fact that there were four investigation. The names given or at the office of the Mayor, Clew-
I were believed by officers be ficti- iston Florida; or at the office of the
than rates representatives and to
third higher wage on sweet peas and'some of the white, one state sena- U. S. Engineer :Moore Haven Lock
Louisian sugar plantations. There star shaped flowers with elongated tor in the crowd, but when they cious. No. 1. Moore Haven, Florida or at

seems nothing fair, reasonable or petals, and scores of small] finally did get goin', it turned, out Sheriff DeLaney and Deputy Bell the Florida.office of the :Mayor' Okeechobee,

"balanced" about such discrimina- purple flowers that grow and bloom to be quite a party. I are transferring these men to the The right is reserved to refuse any

tions of one state against 'another close to the ground.At The general impression prevail- county jail in LaBelle today and all bids.BOARD.
state in the same section of the I F. C. Pitts, who gave his ad- OF COMMISSIONERSOF
a recent! ,,meeting of the local ing seemed to be that next season I
dress Bronx New York OKEECHOBEE FLOOD
as 'was
country. Garden Club copies were shown ofa Florida is gonna have enough
The Everglades farmers have painting with some 70 odd var- grapefruit to fill the Grand Canyon arrested for using an improper CONTROL Herr DISTRICTBen

'protested long and bitterly the ieties of wild flowers which are with, the bulk of this fruit ;all license plate on his automobile. SecretaryJune

fact that the government permits 24, July 1, 8.1VOTJCE.
found in Florida woods. It seems cluttered up inside with a mess

Cuban and Mexican produce free incredible that there, are' that i of seeds, while the trade favors Fire Last Night-

entry into the United 'States duringthe many, but after a close look aroundwe I seedless varieties. Some folks felt

months when Everglades crops do not doubt it. an effort should be made to influence -

are being harvested, and then sets On a recent trip to West Palm the public away from the I (Continued from page one) In. compliance with the law governing -

a duty on them later in the year Beach we learned something that infertile fruit and glorify those fire had reached a box of cartridges assessment the preparation of EVERGLADES the annual

when other states market their we should have noticed years ago, with seeds. Maybe advertisin' our or had exploded a great many DRAINAGE SMs, taxes, notice

produce. but would probably never have "SEEDY" fruit is all right but it 'I tins of canned goods. is roll hereby has been given completed that said and assessment a meeting -

Tee Everglades is one of the known, if Peggy Houser hadn't call- leaves a lot of leeway for misunder- Dyess carried insurance on both of the Board of Commissioners

country's leading agricultural sec- ed .our attention to it. It is a helpfulbit standin on. the consumer's part. the building and its contents. The of be held Everglades at the'Drainage office of District the District will,

tions. Its possibilities have been of information and we pass it policies were originally $1000 on 300 County Court House Miami, Florida -
I Another question that arose was the building and $500 on the con- { at 11 o'clock AM.. July 19th
proven, and it only waits the removal on. Driving South through West whether Florida fruit should be I I 1938 for the purpose of hearing,
tents. About two months he
of governmental restriction ago complaints and objections
Palm Beach one crosses in alpha- I to the con-
sold by the dozen or by the increased at the tents of such roll and the
the policies and method
to contribute a larger portion to
betical order the streets, Banyan, and manner of
pound and it was pointed out that I preparing the same.
time of the fire had $1500 ,the
the prosperity of the nation.A .
Clematis, Datura, Evernia Fern, Florida fruit BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS
more weight
building and $1000 on the con- OF
Gardenia Hibiscus, Iris, Jessamine, EVERGLADES DRAINAGE
than that of
competitive sections, tents. DISTRICT.
SOLDIER PASSESA etc., It's a neat and helpfulj .trick
but if you ask me we better get No statements have been madeas K. M. THROOP, iU
and we've made casual trips
many busy and sell it by the carload if SecretaryJune
to how the fire originated. From
circle of Clewiston friends
< to West Palm without catching on.
July 1. 8.
we want to keep a jump ahead of
in which the
Engineers and local residents alike, Wje also saw a useful gadget manner building
the well known wolf. I used to .
burned the flames did not origi-
mourn the untimely death of Cap we'd like to own. A woman tour-
sell mine by the yard; $3 for the nate in the kitchen. Sher-
Deputy' ;NOTICE OF
tain N. L. Hemenway. ist wore a pair of transparent heel ANNUAL MEETING OP
front yard and $4-25 for the back iff Bell was among the first to LANDOWNERS OF CLCWISTON
Youthful in and
appearance per- covers, which slipped over the yard. DRAINAGE DISTRICT.
sonality and youthful in reality, shoe and protected the heel. They reach the scene. Dyess was then
Somebody thought that if we'd from the home
returning Oglesby ,
Hemenway then Lieutenant Notice
Captain a were probably made of celluloid. is hereby given that pur-
was in direct charge of the Most women drivers manage to scar quit quarrelin' with the rustmitesand where he had gone to phone the suant to call of the Board of Super-
just sit back and let the little alarm. Bell stated his intentionof visors of Clewiston Drainage district,
Okeechobee at most, difficult their'shoes
project : a the heels of operating the annual meeting of the land-
devils get caught with their breaking ''in the front door to
time. Various contracts were pedals and accelerator. And the up owners of Clewiston Drainage Dis-
and tattooin' we could advertise our let the people out of the building, trict for the year 1938 will be held
the stretchedover
underway activity ., gadget looked helpful. at the office of said District, in the _
entire Succeed- fruit as "Russets" and, develop an but Dyess told him there was no City Hall Building at -
the project. Helen Knight has an idea, for a Clewiston. Hen-
exclusive market. Charley Korbly, one there. dry County, Florida, on Thursday
ing the beloved and mellow civilian gadget that 'we wish some wealthy July 21, 1938. at four o'clock P. M,
engineer, J. W.' Moore, was in person would buy and manufacture.It's Chain Store Association secretary, Eastern Standard. Time for the purpose -

itself a ,trying task, but Captain an automatic device, to be advocated the name "Sun Tanned I No Increase In State of:

Hemenway proved himself capable operated somewhat like the ail : Fruit" and the idea isn't as screweyas Electing a Supervisor;

in' every way. stops that keep doors from bang : it sounds. (The deepthroatedgrowl Tax On Real Estate Receiving taking action Annual with respect Reports.there and

When the Hemenways left Clew ing. Only this device is to have of opposition you hear comes to as the landowners may determine -

iston in 1934, it was a matter of a container that one keeps filled i I from insecticide manufacturers). and ;

genuine regret to the populace. with a bug killing spray, and iff Tryin' to be helpful, one guy Tallahassee, July 6-FNS- Transacting' such other businessas

Marjorie Wallace, in her column to operate 'automatically when the called attention to the fact that Governor Fred P. Cone announced may come before the meeting.

"Castles in the Glades" voiced door is opened, thus killing all the in spite of the ceaseless efforts of this week that there would be no BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

the sentiment of the Engineering wicked mosquitoes that lie in wait the WI. C. T. U. and the Anti- I increase in the state tax on real AGE OF CLEWISTON DISTRICT. DRAIN-

staff when she announced the proposed to enter and bite you. Saloon League a whole lot estate which has been set at three .
By: F. D. Duff. President
departure of the Hemenwaysand 'l And Tom Shelley is justly proudof of whisky is bein' consumed in and five-eights mills, the same as July 1, 8.

added: "Both of them his Duval Jewelry Golf Tourney'fcup. this country every day, and if we ---

greatly liked not only by the Engi- It was quite a battle 3(f could educate those who imbibe to ._ .

neers but by everyone: who knows holes with Doc VanLandinghamwho follow each swig with a glass of

them, and we feel quite cheated put up a beautiful battle, an( grapefruit juice for a "chaser" it \.\iOM

that just about the time we really lost the match to Tom on the 36th might solve our problem. The .

learn to appreciate them our hard- hole. Tom is getting quite a collection [ gentlemen is inexperienced or he

hearted Uncle moved them, to pas- of cups but his enthusiasmfor I would have known that few folks r '

tures new." golf and match play never would risk spoilln1 a good' drink JUJI

Captain Hemenway had recently wanes. by puttin' the 'fire out with chemicals ..

been transferred to Washington and although it is rumored that

had received orders to report 'thert. LAWYERS' IX CONTROL some "sissies" resort to water.
for duty August first. Insteadhe It has often been remarked tha'th However, the idea might work if

has 'received higher orders and percentage of attorneys in ou- you substitute the word "gin" for

has moved on "to pastures new" law-making bodies is too high: tha "whisky" and change "chaser" to .
"mixer." Gin --
the number is o jt of proportion tc and grapefruit juiceis

'...:..:-(..:..: w:..:..:.:..: ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..;. the importance of this professio' quite tolerable when properlyblen'ded.

among other professions and line CJheff.de4ewe a Name "

RAMBLINGS. of business. George Burr, editor of the Winter

This seems to be true, but i.; Haven Herald, came out of his 1

.,...... any criticism is to be levelled at coma at the word "Whisky" and Bachelors choose to exist in
: : : : :.t:":":":":":":":":":":":" :":+: : :"'i" may
anybody, it can't be cast at the advanced one of the most intelli-
A lot of folks who seized the opportunity attorneys. 'The public does th gent suggestions of the evening. He apartments and rented houses but

of a long week-end to go electing.As thought it might be a good ideaif YOUR FAMILY deserves the hap-

picnicing (why do we always want an interesting matter of record we could impregnate each grape-
OVJCTION\ and richer |life| that real home
to put a "k" in picnicing? it looks 301 of the 531 members of fruit with a jigger of Scotch. To RE Los pier a

like it needs something when we the Congress which just close'' improve on the suggestion I would Nome phi of your own will provide. Our safe

write the word, but putting a "k" are lawyers. The publishers am1 I recommend a slug of rye, then we '"11 PL- cE and economical home financing plancan
i in doesu' : help a bit, so we reluc- editors in that body number 27 could advertise most of our early 'KONOM.OJ

tantly: leave it "picnicing") or fish- while there are 23 farmers, and fruit as "Whisky Sours.." help you own YOUR HOME.Cewiston ( .

: ing or cavorting around the beaches, 15 teachers. The manufacturing But klddin' aside, the present

: have discovered that they are not industry Is represented by 13, citrus problem is the grower'"morning .- \ Federal

as young as they once were. Sore while miscellaneous occupations are after" and it is a head- Savings

limbs, red bugs and a slightly given by. g6 members, and 66 ache and hangover that we can't ot

i blistered exterior were thg fJ.uHIJ! ngmi4? no upMlon-TH"- villa laugh off. Our only answer is and Loan Association; :

WIlen t th, ?..wamP W'or(9n apprOMht Btar t 'OfAr: i sincere) I find l intelilffeiH coopenuioij,



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.. ..f.I. I was transacting business in SPEND THE DAY PARTY I
j. Clewiston Thursday.Mr. Spanish bean soup served in, the

Enjoying a spend the day partyat many Spanish restaurants today is

PERSONAL and SOCIETY t.I / and Mrs. G. S. Mobley sr. Beardsley Farm on the Fourth the same formula as that used by

+ and Miss Mary Mobley of Miamiare were Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Prewitt, I Hernando De Soto when he landedon I

I visiting Mr. and Mrs. GordonS. Mauryne, Louise and Anne Prewitt, Florida soil nearly 400 years !
.. ..
.. A :. I Mobley.I. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Robbins and John ago. This delicious Latin food i
, .
.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:.. :..:+:..:..:..:..:.. :..:..:..;..;..:u:.. x.1lr. I Robbins and Mr. and Mrs. C. E. will be. available, to those who visit ,
Robbins and Vollney.As the Pan American I
son Hernando De
Mrs. Frances Robertson is visit- and Mrs. Glen Etherton M. Pafford left Saturday for '
I guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Soto Exposition in Tampa Jan 31. :
in Live Oak. spent the Fourth on a fishing tripto Brunswick, 'Georgia, to join Mrs. '
Beardsley and sons the visitors -Feb. 18, next. !
Naples. Pafford and their daughters, Anne i
I enjoyed a picnic lunch, swimming, I
R. N. Miller of LaBelle was tran- and Kay, for a visit with relatives. fishing, and outdoor games. !
sacting business here Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kolstad and I II ,r
I WILL PAY 25 cents each for first
r--- son, Kim, spent the week-end in I Dr. O. 'F. Schiffli spent the
YOUNG \VO IENS. CLUB MEETS four copies of Clewiston News 1
West Palm Beach. Fourth of July week-end in High- ..
.. Werner Amrein spent the weekend -
AT J. J. GRAHAM HOME dated June 17.-Mrs. K. Bowden. ;
lands, North Carolina, with Mrs.
with his family in Jacksonville. -----

Miss Edith O'Steen of Tampa is Schiffli and their sons who are The regular meeting of the

B. J. Benson spent the holidaysat spending several days in Clewiston spending the summer there. Young Womens Club was held FOR RENT-Furnished upstairs

his home in Dayto'', Beach. visiting her sister, Mrs. R. C. Lily Stone last week at the home of Mr. and bedroom suitable for one or two I II
Nowling.Mrs. Miss Mae Miss June I
Mrs J. J. Graham on the government Phone 376 call
persons. or at
Mrs. T. B. Shelley spent the Hooker, Clayton Waters, reservation with Miss Kathryn
Fourth with friends in Stuart. J. M. Sawyer and daughter, Stone and Mrs. Viola Stone spent Graham hostess. premises. F. L. Williamson. :

Marjorie, and Mrs. Sam W. Houserare Monday in West Palm Beach visiting No set program was presentedbut I

Miss Margery Hood is visiting spending several days in West Mrs. R. B. Bunyard.Dr. I the evening was given over

relatives in Concord, Georgia. Palm Beach. to 'a social hour. J. S. CAMPBELL

' ---- and Mrs. John P. Higginsand Attending were Miss Hazel

' Mr. and Mrs. Harry Turner spent Mr. and Mrs. F. Deane Duff were baby daughter, Patricia, of Prince, Miss Florence Slonaker, Jeweler & WatchmakerAll

the week-end at Fort Myers Beach. in Palm Beach over the week-end: Miami spent this week in Clewis- Miss Edith Graham, Jess Graham, I

(. visiting Mrs. Duff's parents, Mr. ton. Dr. Higgns was ihere to take Miss Mae Lily Stone, Miss Mildred Kinds of Jewelry Repairs

::, 'Mr. and Mrs. Taft Cason were and Mrs. F. Edward Bryant. care of the practice of Dr. O. F. Ward: Miss Billie Johnson and ;!

'. recent visitors in LaBelle. Schiffli during the latter's absence. Miss Kathryn Kraham. I II Optical RepairsAT

---- Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Sawyer, and CHRISTIAN'S BARBER SHOP ,

. Mr. an Mrs. Foy Durrence spent : daughter, Marjorie, and Mary Lou- Miss Bessie Lewis of Blakely, INFORMAL PARTY FOR I I'I

.7'., the week-en in Miami. ise Thomas, were Monday visitorsin Georgia is spending two weeks in I WEDDING PARTY MEMBERS: ..

. West Palm ,Beach. Clewiston visiting her 'sister, Mrs.
Ag Wjood ,of Moore Haven was W. W.) Perry. Another sister, Miss Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Oglesby en- I NORGE REFRIGERATORS i
'7 : a business visitor in Clewiston Kathleen Lewis of Tampa, spent tertained at an informal party at
',,' Harriet and Carol Alston are Furniture and Homo furnishings:
Wednesday. the week-end here. I
their home Wednesday evening for
visiting their grandparents, Mr. and
., : their daughter, Miss MarLouise PHILCO RADIOS
Mrs. J. S. Willingham, in Moore j
r 4 Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Hackett and Haven this week. Mrs. Robert George, Mrs. H. R. Oglesby, her fiance, John J. Lucca
; daughter were visitors Hall and Mrs. Gratton George were I and ther wedding attendants.The Household FurnishingsInc.

r Sunday.Ben I 'shopping in West Palm Beach Fri' party followed the rehearsalof !
;:' Eugene Goodb aer d spent a few .
I day. Miss Roberta George accom- the wedding. the guests included -
Herr of West Palm Beach days this week with his parents, BELLE GLADE, FLORID
panied them and remained fora Miss Oglesby, Mr. Lucca,
,:, was a business visitor in Clewiston Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Goodbread in
Mrs. Lucca Mrs. Frank
week-end house party with William ,
t,.' Tuesday. South Bay.Foster friends at the Beach. Mahr, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Scharn- I

o berg, Miss Constance Lucca, Juli-:
: Mr. and Mrs. Dave Alston and Meredith, Miss Eunice II Bob Vincent J. M. COUSECounselor
H. Liles and childrenleft anne Oglesby, Logan,
/ Miss Martha Nell Alston were visitors Meredith and Mrs. Blanche Turner Mrs. E. Dennis
Oglesby, 11.Vright,
for Leland Missis-
Tuesday and Attorney at Law
Lake Worth the Fourth.
visitors the
on were spending holidaysin
I; the Small, Al Johnson, Mrs. M. M'I
, Miami. sippi, where she was called by' Hopkins Building
of her mother, Mrs.J. Prewitt, Sidney Hoover, Miss Zoe
r' R. Jaren, Robert, Kuettner and sudden death Wednesdays and Saturdays
and Miss Edith O'Steen.
J. I U.: Owens were in Miami and Mr. and Mrs. Francis M. Wright, T. Hall, which occurred on Mon- Hoqver \, 9:30 to 4:00

r,"' Key West over the weekend.Mr. Francis and Nancy Wright, were day. MRS. SCHROEDERVJNS

visitors fishing at Bokeelia Mon HIGH PRIZE AT CLUB
:..,' and Mrs Harry Vaughn and day. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Chappell of AGENT
: sons returned last week-end froma Jacksonville were guests of friendsin
Mrs. J. W. Ezelle entertained
: vacation trip to North Carolina. B. J. Schroeder spent the week- Clewiston Thursday. Mr. Chap- members of her bridge club Wednesday L. B. Mershon i

c'. end with relatves in Stuart. Mrs. pell was formerly in Clewiston' afternoon. High score prize New York Life
. : Mr. and Mrs. Alston returned where he was associated with the
: Roy and Schroeder and son, Joe, B. J. Schroeder
was won by Mrs. ,
children, Harriet and Carol spent with him Monday' after a week's I U. S. Engineers. He and Mrs. low by Mrs. W.' H. Lanier and cut Insurance Company
I the week-end at Fort Beach. a honeymoon tour -
Myers stay there. Chappell are on ARCADIA FLORIDA
Mrs. G. B. Thomas. Followingthe ,
., '_ by .
I ____ of South Florida. ,
I club's plan to keep the prizesof
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Mills and Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Lawrence all ---
a practical nature, prizes
sons, Gene and Bub, are spending spent the week-end in /Miami. The I Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Clark and; were fancy cuts of fresh meat.A .

:, their vacation at Fort Myers Beach. Lawrences were celebrating the son have arrived from Savannah, frozen salad course was served
Fourth and their fifth wedding an Georgia, 'to make their home in
I by the hostess to Mrs. H. R. Hall,
Mr. and Mrs. Zerney Meredith, niversary. II Clewiston. Mr. Clark was trans- I
Mrs. G. B. Thomas, Mrs.V.. H.
Meredith, Miss Mary Moore ferred here when the government
;f4; Patsy Lanier, Mrs. B. J. Schroeder, Mrs. w IMV.m1Ai 0.bV.
4 and Ed Markette spent the Fourthat Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Woodwardleft I dredge, Welatka, was returned to Roy Alston, Mrs. Keathley Bowden,

Fort Myers Beach. Saturday for a month's vaca the Lake. Mrs. Clark and her son Mrs. T. B. Shelley and Mrs.L.. C. I g000.e u..o'G
tion. They expect to visit relatives made the trip down with her par- Miller. coy

Mr. and Mrs. Dan Allen and at several ,points in Georgia I ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. ,Allen, I

daughter, Margery, returned Sun- I while away. who have been visiting her in :MRS. DUFF COMPLIMENTSBRIDE \

day from a vsit of several days in Savannah. AND VISITORSMrs. THE SAFETY OF '

Miami.Dr. Miss Lois Prince spent Sundayand

Monday visiting her' father, Among the Clewiston spectators F.' Deane Duff entertainedat SAVINGS
and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle and J. W. Prince, in Okeechobee. The at the, baseball game in Pahokee I luncheon at the Clewiston Inn Share ACCOUNTSas

.Mr. and Mrs. Fred, ,Curry were Rev. and Mrs. \\". L. Head were in I Sunday afternoon were0"., W. yesterday for Miss Mary Louise,

visitors in West Palm Beach for Okeechobee also Sunday. Hooks, L. A. Turner,..Hudson Till- Oglesby, whose marriage to J. J. as all liberal profits

the' Fourth. ery, Pete Chagaris, Glen Etherton, Lucca takes place tomorrow even- earned by them, are fully
George Bestor returned home this Wilbur McGehee, C. E.
Mr. and Mrs< Will Clark ,and week from West Palm Beach 'wherehe Small, Shorty Bush, Mrs. I. S. and Mrs. Frank Mahr, mother and INSURED *
son of Lakeland were guests over has been in the Good R. R. Hooks, Miss Hazel
a patient Bell, aunt of Mr. Lucca, who are here UP TO$5 000 FO"?> EACH ACCOUNT
the week-end of Mr. and Mrs. A. Samaritan Hospital following an Prince and Mr. and Mrs. R, J. for ,the wedding.The .

O. Ward and family. operation last week. Lee and children. Playing for the guests included Miss Ogles" Clewiston Federal
E Clark, Ed
--- Clewiston team were
Hoover by, Mrs. Lucca, Mis. Mahr, Mrs.
Miss Zoe and Sidney Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Redel- Ward, Richard Hooks, Red Haw- Scharn-
H. J. Oglesby, Mrs. H. J. B. Savings and Loan
Hoover' spent' the week-end in Miami sheimer, ,Billy and Patty, of Miami, kins, J. E. Baker, Charles Roberts, berg and Miss Virginia Gallant.
visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. J. for few Marvin Cross, Bob
were' guests a days over Halson Avant, The hostess presented Miss Ogles- AssociationGood
Rogero. the week-end of Mr. and Mrs. Beardsley, R. M. Hare, jr. and by with a gift of lingerie.
Claude L. Downs.Mr. Bill Hooks.
Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Weeks and I

sons, Roger and Bill, of Moore and Mrs. George A. Yon left GROUP ENJOYS OUTINGAT !
I '!llmllmlmllmlmllllllmmlllll! II I i1 0I mlm! Ii !il Illimlmllml! ll; lm I -- i
Haven were Clewiston visitors Sun- Thursday for a trip to Ohio. They LAKE TRAFFORDA -

,day afternoon. will visit Mrs. Yon's mother, Mrs. WITH THE t I Ii

Mary Kettl, at Massillon and other congenial group enjoying a :1Lllllmlllllmlml FarmLand
,Miss Florine Moore, who is at- relatives while away. day at Lake Trafford on the Fourth == Churches *

tending business school in Miami, I included Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Miner,

spent the week-end ,here with her The Rev. and' Mrs. W. L. Head Rachel an Charles Miner, Mr. and '' ud
; I lllmllllmllllliillwimll! III! ;! i il ll lll II C I I'
mother, Mrs. J. W: Moore. have concluded a series of revival I Mrs. R. H. Knight, Richard and { {, {

---- services which they conducted in Jimmy Knight, Mrs. Josephine CATHOLIC CHURCH

E. E. Kelly ,left the first of
week for .Peoria, Illinois, where he fish fry was enjoyed followingthe Mrs. G. H. Small, Mr. and Mrs.

went on business with the Cater- closing services. Richard Small and son, Howard, Mass every Sunday at St. Mar-

pillar Tractor company. Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Yon and Mr. garet's Church, Clewiston, is at

Mrs. A.. S. Rush and two child- and Mrs. W. C. Hooker. 8:30 a. m. On the last Sunday of I
Miss Ruth Marshall left Satur- ren of West Palm Beach moved to Steaks were barbecued over an the month at 10:30 a. m. I

,)... day for a vacation visit to herr Clewiston Monday, ,joining Captain open fire and the group enjoyeda Baptisms by appointment. Visitors i-
former home, Columbia, South Carolina Rush They' are located in the picnic dinner, and boating and welcome. I II

houses 1 vacated by the Kolstad fishing on the lake. I TrespassersWill
Dave G. Alston returned Sunday MRS. NOWLINp ENTERTAINS Be ':

from a two weeks' vacation, dur- Miss Billie Hooker and Miss EVENING BRIDGE CLUB The Rev. Mitchell Mines of Del-

ing which he made a motor trip Christine Bell are spending this ray Beach will preach at the Tent ProsecutedClewiston, .
through the Western States. week in West Palm Beach. Miss The Evening Bridge Club met Tabernacle Sunday at the morning \

Hooker is visiting her aunt, Mrs. on Wednesday with Mrs R. C. services at 10:45 and at the even-
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Broadfootand Charles Duffin and Miss Bell is Nowling as hostess. A lovely pit- ing services at 8 p. m. Rev. Minesis II -

children, Bobby, Barbara and the guest of her sister. cher was presented to Miss Mae a prospective pastor for the

Billy, have returned from a two -, Palmer as high score prize, a box church and comes well recommend-
weeks' stay at Fort Myers Beach. Mrs. Herman Scharnberg returned of bath powder went to Mrs. B. J'I ed. All members and visitors are "

..- this week after visiting relativesin !' Schroeder as cut prize and a card urged to attend Sunday's services.

Mr. and Mrs. Dan Griffith and New York and Boston for several table cover to Mrs. R. C. Wilson Sunday School at rI:45 a. m/ And

children and Mrs. Ada Griffith of weeks. Her sisters, Mrs. William who held low score.A B. Y. P. U., Junior, Intermediateand Really
Moore Haven were visitors Sunday Lucca and Mrs. Frank Mahr and delightful refreshment course Senior at 7 p. m.

afternoon in Clewiston. Miss Constance Lucca of New York was served by Mrs. Nowling to Midweek prayer mEetingV'ed- DevelopmentCorporation

accompanied her. The visitors Miss Palmer, Mrs. Schroeder, Mrs. nesday night at 8 o'clock.
J-. Mr and Mrs. R. C. Nowling, Mr. came for the wedding of Mrs. Luc- Wilson, Mrs. T. B. Shelley. Mrs.

and Mrs. W. H. Lanier and Miss ca's eon, John, to Miss Mary Louise H. H, Turner, Mrs. Roy Alston, COAKVIUXITY CHUIJCH .

Lee; Pridgon wcrr NOH! 6Y. yt nnrBA1rfMft OgJ@sby, whish win taHe place NTS< C, Ir, Nil( p.nt H8 aitr1 Forest p Tnjjor, Mlnieter J

j H '' !! fttl\rtJ\ y n t; stj !N fi rl 111 .. :. -. ; -, (rrft ) fv ) -.
t ? ; rfiftretr'I? i n r... t' .n, program. .. 'n : ,. _", '__,..__ ... _' ,,,__, '-:'_." _T;
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Our Presidents ,:

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John Adams was the first '

President to live in the White
House. y

Martin Van Buren was our "

first President not born a Brit-

ish subject.

John Quincy Adams, son of

John Adams, and Benjamin

Harrison, .grandson of William

Henry Harrison, were Presi-
dents who were descendants of

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XIV Continued Nora-watched for your !letters- on the other side.: It's too long a -mIssed you unspeakably. But how President William Howard

-19- hoped ." story to go into now, but she gave will your husband regard me now? Taft traveled 114,000 miles I

There was a desk by the south She drew him to the old pew by me a diamond. It was very beautiful In his eyes I have betrayed a trust while in office.

window, a desk that any antique the fire. Her hands, those hard, -so beautiful that, though it was -let you bear burdens too heavyfor Stephen Grover was Presi-

dealer who knew his business would brown hands James scarcely recog-' saving usI" wept a little when I your"shoulders., Can he forgivetoo dent Cleveland's baptismalname.

give much for. It looked to James'discerning nized, trembled a little. gave it up! or- '

eyes like something "How could I write?" she askedas Nora paused thoughtfully a moment "In just a moment," broke in .

brought over from England ages they sat down together. "We ; then went on: "You see, Father Nora softly, one hand thrown out in '

ago. A beautiful antique. And sure needed help too badly-don't you things were very bad indeed. ,an expresive" gesture, "I-I thinkwe'll Rose Rent

enough, here was the photograph! see? You told me, Father-" All we had saved had gone into this know. as .
No wonder his small namesake He stopped her with an impatient home. There were only a few hun- James raised his eyes. The cur- Henry William Stiegel, the

hadn't recognized him. This pic- gesture that she remembered."Oh dred dollars in the bank when w'e tains at the door had parted, and glassmaker, erected Zion Lutheran -

ture was taken when Nora went to you needn't repeat it! Were started West, but we weren't worrying standing before them, his hair blown church at Manheim, Pa., and

college. Here was her husband, too you really foolish enough to thinkI There was plenty to see me back in the familiar way, stood Don, donated it in consideration. of a

-an enlargement made from a snap meant that threat? And how was I through my confinement, and more his boys beside him, his baby nominal rental, one item of which

shot. Don was just starting for a to know you needed help, dear, was promised. We had never feltso daughter clinging to one hand. was one red rose yearly. Every

climb, his rucksack slung over one when you did not tell me? I didn'tdream sure about the future-so, lighthearted Even that first quick glance told second Sunday in June the cere-

shoulder how things had gone with much to Nora's father. He saw that mony of placing the rose on the
"And then-the avalanche! For the once straight shoulders saggeda altar is observed at Manheim.
Recalling the wheel-chair, James you, not for a minute.
weeks the doctors thought Don little, as .if the effort to stand
Lambert winced, and laying the pic- Father!" Nora'seyes
"But the ,
papers would not live. For months he could erect was now too great. He saw
down if it hurt him lifted
ture as with "The
widened surprise.
not leave the hospital. He lay on one that the wind-blown hair was white Mow Women
another. The children, of course. there for all the world to
story was ..
the .
of of beds- above temples-the seemed .
a long, long row narrow eyes
His grandchildren! A thrill of pride
,, read. I thought you'd come when nothing to hear but sounds of sick. deeper set-the cheekbones higher.But .
stirred in the old man's heart. Here in Their 40's
knew how Don was injured.I .
you ness and clamor of city streets- he saw also that the lines on
was his namesake; an older boy; thought you'd forgive us. I lay nothing to see but four bare walls; Don's thin, tanned face were bornof
and baby Iris. A flower indeed! in bed after our little girl was bornso Can Attract MenHere's
and he so loves beauty! Only to suffering, not self-pity; and that
She seemed to resemble that
faintly I frightfully worried about Don- think about it tore my heart in two. his head still lifted buoyantly as of
other Iris whom James had lovedso good advice for woman during her
dearly that he could the And the pain-grinding, unceasing, old. change (usually from 38 to 52), who fears
forgive wearing away, his splendid strengthas Unconquered! The word, so singu- she'll lose her appeal to men, who worries
unforgivable, and still think of her about hot flashes, loss of pep. dizzy spells,
water the stones larly fitting, sprang into James
with tenderness after all these wears away upset nerves and moody spells.
upon a beach. f think all that he Lambert's mind as he arose. Un- Get more fresh air, 8 nrs.sleep and if you
years. He was glad that Nora had a. 4 need a good general system tonic take Lydia
A rl + wanted then was to die, Father, to conquered! That was Don Mason. E. Pinkham s Vegetable Compound made
not forgotten her mother. When end the struggle; but rememberingwhat Never again could office walls imprison especially for women. It helps Nature build
Ned's first daughter had arrived physical resistance thus helps give more
him. He had
I had to face alone, he kept on got beyond' vivacity to enjoy life and assist calming
and he ventured to the
suggest fighting."It them jittery nerves and disturbing symptoms that
name of Iris, Corinne had been ap- There silence then Don often accompany change of life. WELL
was a
terrible. I couldn'teven ;
very .
palled. What! call her baby aftera "
run in. to cheer him at odd said gently: "Well, sir?
woman who had deserted one two words but to the old
times for he in ward. Icouldn't ,
was a Aimless
child and had another by her lover!
man they were 'a challenge, and he
James smiled tolerantly at this buy him a single flower. met it generously. Though his eyes Speaking without thinking is
J old Best not back to For the money was goingmelting I shooting without aim.-Cato.
memory. go voice
gyp'; smiled, his was wholly seri-_
0 ErW away so fast it frightened me;
it. After all, Corinne was a good
yet how could I leave the babies to
woman good housekeeper, and lay down my sword. The ene-
if I had known
earn more even some
k always invited him to Sunday din- surrenders to the better man." BlacLeaf40
-,.. Venable my
way to do it? Constance ,
ner! If she were inclined to be uncharitable :r who would have shared her last And then Don laughed, a laugh

to the erring, well, time had that seemed to bring the, clean, I oua- ,
crust with us, was far away. I
was already fixing that-time and a gay spirit of adventure into the "Cap-Brush"Applicator, ,
no one to turn to. I sold some of makes"BIACNlEAF40"
boy she had spoiled with too much room. Impulsively he started for- JUST A .GO MUCHFARiHE.i'.
money and too little work. the trinkets you'd given me; but DASH IN FEATHERS.
ward, stopped, remembering;
He wondered a't ,could not get half their real value OR SPREAD JI mildly amused while James saw with quick com-
14 r and what they brought only stavedoff
the idea, what Corinne would thinkof passion that one foot dragged.
the inevitable for a little while.
this big room. She would undoubtedly "The enemy?" Don echoed. "1
"And then one night when I was
spot the packing boxes think not, sir." He glanced down,
and the shabby chair. No such de- counting the endless hours, it came I meeting the puzzled young faces [

tail ever escaped her. And the fam- to me like an inspiration that my that were lifted to him. "Children," m relieved withYager's
are quickly
ily photographs! Her fatherinlawcould diamond was worth moneyrealmoney he said, "attention! Salute' your Liniment. A Doctor

hear her say: "Photographs! It saw us through, Dad- grandsire. The. old King has come writes that he uses it for back

Is it possible that Nora's notawarethat 'kept us going-brought us back home!" aches, sprains and 'rheumatic

photographs of that sort are home when Don was able to be (THE END.) pains. Buy Yager's Liniment
moved. Such a joy to be where he today. Let it help you rub aches
taboo in bedroom? '
save a Why, and pains away. In use over 50
Father Lambert, it simply isn't can watch the sea and feel the windon First Color of' French Flag years. 25c and 50c bottles.

done!" "Remembering what I had to face his face! Almost from the first While it is not usual to -associatered ,

The old man laughed softly at alone, he kept on fighting." minute he started gaining. He's with the French monarchy, it f fe

this vivid picture. Often enough he writing again now-a book-but the was really the first color of the

had felt annoyed at Corinne; but too weak to go to him, and every work, goes slowly. You see, thereis king's flag, called 'the oriflamme.

now she didn't seem to matter, not time a bell would ring I'd think: still much pain; and his nerves It is only because red was also

in the least. He believed there was 'Perhaps that's Father! He wouldn't aren't steady. But he tries so hardto adopted by the English king that KILL ALL FLIES

something soothing about this room. leave me to face all this alone. He'll get the better of them, Dad. He'sso the French gave it up for blue. It Placed anywhei Daisy Fly.

It was so friendly, as if it bid you come. He'll see that Don has everything courageous ." was under the blue flag that Hugue- Killer Guaranteed attracts, cflectlve.and kills spill'files.o

to be comfortable. One felt in- I he needs. He will take Her voice died down as if tears nots came to America first as loyal o convenient Wlllnot soil orlnjure Cannot anything.

stinctively that those who lived here I care of us.' And-and you didn't threatened again; and James said, subjects of the king of France. How- Lasts all. Harold season.Somers 20o ,atdealers. Inc.,

loved one another and were happy come, Father. Not that it matters his own voice husky with emotion: ever, the red flag was preservedon 150 Da Salb Ave.B'k1ynN.Y.SMAIL .

together. The shabby upholstery of now you're here at last, but-" "See here, Nora. I realize that you the galleys of the Mediterraneanfleet

the old chair-the worn hangings at "Listen," James interrupted, his can forgive me a great deal be- where terrible suffering was I

the windows, were of no conse- voice shaking. "I was sick, dear cause you understand. You know endured by the unhappy men who

quence. A healing sense of peace' child, down with pneumonia at the that though I was too stubborn to could not understand the injustice of SIZE E j LARGE SIZE

pervaded everything. This was a time of that catastrophe. I never admit it, I have always loved you the king. 60c 1S $1.20

home.. Ah! That was the_explanation read those papers, not one of.them.

James reflected stable or It was no longer front-page stuff
palace, this was a real home. when I recovered. To be sure, Ned Veterinary Science Has Eliminated the

Suddenly his head lifted. His saw something that made him suspi- Hazards of Animal Life and ProductionThe A""O
heart quickened. A door had opened cious; but the name was misprintedand Brings Blessed Relief

-closed again softly. Light foot- he didn't want to worry me from' -aches and- pains of

steps sounded-were coming nearer. about it then. practice animal breedingIs grounds, to save the state from loss, I RHEUMATISMNEURITIS

He wanted to turn-must turn to "You must forgive him, Nora. The centuries old. It had its origin in through a revival of interest in what i and LUMBAGOTry

face the door, but found he could boy was going through troubles of the economic need of ancient man then was known as veterinary art. I a bottle Why Suffer?
not. And then a dear rememberedvoice his own at that time serious trou- _rATiALU:: GOOD ..DRUGSTORES-
to produce animal life under some In those days of scientific dark- I
broke in upon him: bles. I dare say he forgot every-' form of organized human control.In ness, animal-disease prevention and I

"You wished to see me? I am thing else. Don't blame him any the oldest laws in the world, control were largely in superstitious

Mrs. Mason. Jimsy says you area more than you can help, dear. We known as "The Laws of Hammurabi practices. But the few intellectual I,. WORMS quickly removed from

friend of-Why, Father!" all do the wrong'thing at times. And ," it is indicated that some sort. freedmen of the age, and those in children or adults by using the

It was then James turned- once.in a great while-thank God- of regulatory system over animal gathering numbers in each succeed- famous remedy, Dr. Peery's"Dead
stretched out his arms we're the to make I Shot" Vermifuge. No
given opportunity breeding existed in Babylonia 2,100 I ing epoch, realized the need of a
He was holding her close, his lit- amends. Last night, you see, Ned before the advent of the true veterinary practice and control castor oil or anything else is

tle Nora. It took him back to that realized that I was troubled. I'd years Christian era. Anyone who regardsthe over animals and animal produc- needed after taking "Dead

long-gone, tragic day when he had been talking with' Martha. She had chicken industry of today as a tion, as related to public health and Shot." 50c a bottle at drug-

first held her, comforted her, and been crying when I went up to see modern economic development public welfare generally. As far gists or Wright's Pill Co., 100

all unknowing comforted himself. A I her birthday gifts, crying becauseof might peruse the laws of the old back as B. C. 40, in the time of Gold St., New York, N. Y.
sense of. that same comfort flowed you. For the first time in all
Assyrian empire with interest, according Tiberius, Celsus foresaw that such
through him now, healing the woundof these Nora talked about
years, we
to Dr. John R. Mohler, methods employed in veterinary \VNU-7 27-38
those ten years without her. And you; and In her own, kind, carefully chief bureau of animal industry, in clinical work would find a place irf I

though she wept, as she had wept respectful way, she showedme before the International the practice of human medicine I II I II
that other time, all that her father myself-told me the truth that )1 1I an I
Veterinary congress. The numbersof which 200 years later Galen em- : I
found to say was: "Nora ., had long suspected."I ,
Nora ." I eggs laid by each hen were count- phasized. .
went down at last, and sat on ed and recorded.In Since then, veterinary science has
"You've been a long time coming, the old davenport where you and I been marked by discoveries which '
Daddy," she told him when at last so often threshed" things out'together that early and now the dim date inman's have had the effect of greatly re- Help Them Cleanse the Bloodof I'
of diseasesof
she could find words; and looking trying to think how I could find history, many ducing the hazards of animal life Harmful Body Waste I
down into her upturned face, Jamessaw you, dear. And I should have found animals and poultry were identi- and Your kidneys! are constantly filtering I
fiable by names peculiar to the waste matter from the blood stream.But
a quick pang of regret stab- you, Nora, if you'd been at the Diligent scientific workers, the kidneys sometimes lag in their workdonot
of ani-
bing his heart, all that those years North Pole! Then Ned came in. He times. The contagious nature act as Nature intended-fail to remove
had done to Leonora. mal plagues is clearly indicated by world over, have traced scores of impurities that, if retained, may
Something had heard news of you-it doesn't the whole
who lived at the dawn of live stock maladies to their source, poison the system and upset
r he'd loved and hoped to see again matter how. He wanted to come Columella viruses/bacteria body machinery.
civilization. That he revealing specific Symptoms may be nagging backache
was gone; yet meeting her tear- himself but I refused to let him, I the present and parasites as the causes. Other persistent headache,attacks of dizziness,
wet eyes the old man knew that was so hungry for a sight of recognized a relationship between I getting up swelling pofflnesa
you cleared
have eyes-a
animal breeding and public healthis investigators up many under the feeling of nervous
his girlhood had
daughter's beauty For you are my little girl, darling. questions concerning nutritional dis. anxiety and loss of pep and strength.
not vanished. It had only changed Nothing has altered that, nor ever evident from his urgent demandfor I Other signs of kidney or bladder disorder -
turbances, poisoning by plants, be burning, scanty or too
-changed into something more to can. When I think what you've I segregation of the sick as one conditions frequent may urination. '

be desired-more beautiful been through-Tell me," he broke means of preventing the spread of breeding troubles, even There should be no doubt that prompt
resulting from abnormal glands, treatment is wiser than neglect. U.e
The Christian
infection. era was
"You've been a long time com- 'off abruptly, "how did you manage? and disturbances of the nervous Do an', Pilli. Dotm't have been winning
ing," she said again; and James responded What kept you going? _Who helped still very young when Vegetius, new friends for more than forty years. :
aroused the heavy losses They have a nation-wide reputation.
: you when you needed help so des by among Are recommended by grateful people the I
"I've been a stubborn old idiot, perately animals as each successive'epizootic country over. Ark your neighoorl J

my darling. When you stopped writ- Said Nora, a far-away look creep.. broke over the world, utilized his'now Keeps Rattles Out of Water

ing I told myself that you'd ceasedto ing into her eyes: "A woman in immortal pen' for the salvationof While a rattlesnake is swimming DOAN SPILLS .l J'd

care-grown tired"of a father who South Africa, Father. The sort of animal life if only on economic ht keeps his rattles out of water

had failed you. And yet I worried, woman we're supposed to 'pass ,by

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Dean of The Moody Bible Instituteof
I Chicago.
western Newspaper Union.

DR.Bell JAMES Syndicate.-WNU W. BARTON Service. I 0 Lesson for July 10
I r I Snoopie


one of the

biggest, if not the biggest, of NOWA DAS 1 .30'5"'SOME" 600V -_ LESSON GOLDEN TEXT TEXT-Let-Joshua us 14:6-13.go up at once,
of FOLKS DON'T =( I I MUS-A TMROWEO' ;I ITHr3 and possess it: for we are well able to over.
is that II
advertising appeals I come -Numbers 13:30.:
fear-fear of heart disease, CELEBRATE FLI 1 PRIMARY.TOPICBrave Caleb..
FLAG DAY I qUI / JUNIOR TOPIC-Caleb the Brave.
cancer or other diseases, en- LIKE 7HEV 1 INTERMEDIATE.AND. SENIOR TOPICA -
Hero's Reward.
dangering health and life. An- USED TO-- I L YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPIC-
other fear is that of being disliked I I. @)G5 aH Courage for Difficult ,Tasks.

other people. It is this Iw
by 11 SUIdE ly. ikiJIII1IftIWJrdLL "We need to know more about
fear that causes so many to good men who are occasionallygreat

buy throat gargles, tooth and less about great men who
washes and laxatives because are occasionally good," says the

their breath may be offensive Lesson Commentary in pointing out
/ that Caleb is one of the characters
without their knowledge.Now about whom the Bible does not' say

there is nothing wrong with much, but in every case the word is
taking any or all of these precau: one revealing high and noble char-
tions against bad acter. Consider such passages as
breath because they t /LL Numbers 13:6, 30; 14:7-9, 24, 30; 26:
do give some tem- 65, as well as our lesson for today.
porary relief. In a.-. The background for our study of

fact, until the cause today, and in fact an integral partof
of bad breath is the lesson itself, is the story of
found, the taking of 4/4-p' OLD Caleb's courageous stand with .
,-, is GLORY74 -
these precautions
Joshua when the spies returned
justified. However, I 1 their visit to Canaan which is re- ;
while some of the i, 1 QrHIS lated 'in Numbers 13. He was thena I
causes of bad breathare I I comparatively young man,' but !
of a simple nature 7
: demonstrated by his every word and :
-.v""'" -'-
and not likely deed that he had from his youth
Dr. Barton to do much, if any, ; learned to know and obey God.
harm to the system, ,/J.r- Note first' of all Caleb'sI.
there are some causes that damagethe .
Perfect Obedience (vv. 6-8).
body, yet the individual, becausehe I
is using mouth washes, garglesand __ -- "I wholly followed the Lord my I I
other methods ,of "keeping -- = God." Such a testimony from a
down" any odor, neglects to have Wt man like Caleb is no idle boast, I!

these conditions corrected. .... ,- -..-, :: no effort to parade- his faith and piety'
Look to the Teeth. cw-. before others. In saying it he was
repeating what God and Moses had'
Physicians and dentists tell us (Cop>rlfihf. W. V. u.) both said about him. In his heart:
that the most frequent cause of bad
he knew it to be true.
breath has to do with the teeth. It is God's will for each of His,
There may be cavities or there may children that should to
be little portions of food left on the and
such of .trust
-TERRI5LE/ a place simple
teeth that should be removed by ENTeRTAlAJMENTT I'
The HALF OF IT IS ADS LOOK AT THIS OWL/ complete obedience that in every
out the
brushing the teeth or rinsing FT circumstance of life need know.
AMP TWE REST: OF Folly sr ORIE:5: I IJ they
mouth after every meal. Sometimesthe the IS FULL OF pLUGS TINS tHlS WEEKX117 '(HERE'S only one thing-God's will, and thenin
despised toothpick and FOR SOME ADV ERTiSERI SOME GAUD faith to go and do it. It is,a life
more efficient dental floss become IF RECIPES beautiful in its transparent sim-.
necessary to remove-the tiny piecesof plicity and powerful in the strengthof
food that get lodged between the E I LIKE io God Himself.II. .
teeth. "All cavities should be filled
AD Promised Inheritance (v. 9).
and tartar deposits should be regularly -
removed, not only becauseof A 'HY "Surely the land whereon thy feet
their-tendency to cause disagreeable o0D have trodden shall be thine inher-
odor ,but because organismsmay itance." Such was the promise of
develop and be swallowed.:" If God through Moses. Forty-five long

any beginning pyorrhea As present .years had elapsed but down
alkaline mouth washes should be F9N' through this period of wilderness
used. 1 wanderings and the conflict in sub-
duing C'anaan.the promise had livedin

Good Reducing Diet. E Caleb's heart. He knew it .
would be fulfilled, and he waited
-, It is_ gratifying to see the
:: very
.r for God's time.
..... serenely
interest with which physicians now R. 1I .
tackle the problem of reducing 1 } THIS I is BETres ASMD III. Preserved Strength (vv. 10,

weight. This is due to the knowl- } ) NO JA 11).
edge that overweight is responsiblefor WELL.--WE \ I / J .3)) \ EYE STRAIN riV NEITHER "The' Lord hath kept me alive,
many derangements of the work- STILL HAdE I J / A and I am strong." Herej
ings of the heart, blood vessels, kid- IE -Trie RADIO -J 1 .....E'-E-k. *t&. 4NnOH was a man kept of God, in full vigorin

neys and other organs.In : 'R-R-R-K: the Journal of the Iowa State '< "... 4 SP ECK a changeful sea, like a snow-
Medical Society Dr.,M. C. Wheelock A J) -eCk'ES RiyGARODLIc'rS capped peak in a change of cloud
states: I 04p PRoDUCTf ik YourHEEti and storm and sun" (Meyer). No
"If the patient will keep strictlyon : BR/NG cr doubt there was what our fore-
You N
a 1,000 calorie diet, medicine is D .NELJ'ON CIAK\ N ENtER1At fathers liked to call "the longevityof
unnecessary for reducing weight. If r M" the antedeluvians," but even
weight loss is too rapid it may be \ SOsborne ",. / TH6uaM& apart from that let us recognizethat
that a little more liquid-water or \ life and strength come from
other fluids-is necessary to main- By I God, and that those who walk withy'
tain a better circulation." '\." God in holy living may count on

Dr. Wheelock outlines a 1,000 cal- I Him for 0 the renewed strength of,
orie diet for those who are greatly ( i( [ Psalm 103:5.
overweight after e examination shows (c-WNU) An incidental, but extremely important -
that reducing may be safely done. --_.. lesson, we should learn is
Breakfast: One medium serving that God has no age deadline. The

of oranges, peaches, pineapple, or rt church has frequently sinned
grapefruit; one-half teaspoonful of F / ) I THOUGHT against Him and against His faith-
butter; one glass skim milk; one I IT' WUZ. F.UNNV ful servants by "shelving them"
thin slice of, bread; one egg; one 0 EF YEZ WUz for younger men, when they would
J and one-half rounded tablespoonfulsof B : RE'AtI have brought blessing to themselvesand
cottage cheese. @HONESTIWASONL. LO OKINCr I AT to the church by encouragingand
Dinner: Two medium servings of PIC TURESkiJ/ s ? _. using them.

lettuce or asparagus or celery or IV. Powerful Assurance (vv. 12-
tomatoes or string beans or cab- 15). i

bage; one medium serving of lean "If the Lord will be with me,
meat thin slice of whole-wheat
; one' then I shall be able." Caleb asked
bread; one medium serving of ap- NE
I for no easy task. He was ready to
ples or apricots or pears or rasp-
against the giants of Hebron.
go up
berries glass skim milk cof- UU
; one ; -
3:11 and
Read Deuteronomy you
fee or tea (without sugar r cream) p
I that there in
will find were men
or clear- broth. Y BUND ( those days who needed thirteenfootbeds.
Supper: One medium serving of
But Caleb was not afraid.
any of above vegetables; two eggs;
He counted not on his own strength,
one thin slice of bread; one glass
D but on the power of God. It is significant -
,... skim milk. .
. >. JHE.. that while the other sec-
tions of Canaan were only par-
Pebble Under the SaddleA : tially conquered Caleb brought his

common prank among fellowsof F ONL'Y' formidable adversaries entirely un-
the saddle-horse days was to put c:::::::::= LOO KIN 1=- der control, so that "the land had
a pebble under the saddle while 0 7 SAY.1j ( Na 1-LT/ rest from war" (v.15).
the horse's owner was in a store. The spiritual application to our
When the rider came out and put day is evident and appropriate.
his weight in the saddle, the horse, There are giants in the land in this
especially if spirited, would rear. : l I year of our Lord 1938. Corruption
Soon as the fellow hit the ground, RC Iq -social and political-raises its
he knew what had been done. brazen head. Drunkenness and

vice leer at us with the impudent
How Tombstone, Ariz., Got NameIn suggestion that we cannot control
1878 a valuable mine was discovered E them. There are giants "within us
in Arizona by Edward -greed, selfishness, love of ease,
Schieffelin. Before leaving to pros- By Ted lust, passion, cruelty" (Blaikie).
pect in the mountains he was ad- Are we to do nothing about them?
vised not to go because all he would O'Loughlin wlJj If we are to meet them in the
find would be his tombstone. So strength of the flesh we might almostas
he named the mine the Tombstone, well do nothing. But in the power -
,if.... which later became the camp name. WNU of God, we are like Caleb-able.





Lockmen Needed For I I P. Tomasello, Okeechobee, Frank ination against this area ceases I Lot 6 Block 201 --?,?._.--- E. J. Malone -.- 3.90 ". Ii'
Rails, appraiser of drainage districts stop examples of discrimination include I Lot 11 Block 201 ___._.::..__ M. B. Rothrock __. 3.90 I.\'
Lot 20 Block 201 _....___ :\Irs.! L. K. Muir __ 3.90 -b r.;
Locks In Waterway ] discussed various phases of Cuba and Mexico permitted Lot 34 Block 201 _._____...:.. :M. Koenigsburg ____ 3.18 .!(
the situation at the West Palm duty free entry of fruits and vege- Lot 1 Block 202 .______ George A. Heinz ?______ 4.81) :
I Lot 4 Block 202 _..___:__ Walter F. Carrie _.__._ 3.18 j\\>
Beach meeting. tables only during our productionbut Lot 5 Block 202 ___'__'_ Walter F. Carrie ___,.._ 3.18
when other states are pro Lot 10 Block 202 ._.___.___ Florence O'Meara ._..-"__ UIO ,
'An open competitive examinationfor Lot 11 Block 202 _-__.___ Mrs. Frank C. Deagop- 3.90
filling vacancies as lockmen at Bitting Protests- ducing same commodities Cuba and Lot 12 Block 202 ..._.._ Mrs. Frank C. D'agon -. 3.90 l-
Mexico must also Lot 13 Block 202 James J. Carroll 3.90
Canal Point Moore Haven pay duty Hawaii, I ---- --- r:
Lot 1 Block 203 A. Reinert 7.50 I
----- -
and LaBelle, has been announcedby I Puerto Rico, Phillipines, Cuba another I Lot 4 Block 203 --'-.._.___ B. J\. Doerk __..14.80 i,
(Continued from vage one) foreign countries guaranteesmore Lot 6 Block 203 ___.___?.__.. D. G. Alston _._._..._. 4.80 5..
the U. S. Civil service com Lot 11 Block 203 ..: F.V.. Iverson .... 4.26
-- -- -- --- -
mission. The pay ranges from not ask for a reduction of the wage than 70 percent our national Lot 17 Block 203 _.._._._..__._ Crumble Davis _..........__ 5.16 I
scale in Florida but rather suggested sugar market with Florida pro- Lot 18 Block 203 --...---.-...- Julia Sharkey -'-.:...--.-, 4.26
$1800 to $1600 yearly. I Lot 19 Block 203 ___.,____ Mary King __.____._.__....._. 4.26
Applicants:! must be citizens of the raising of the Louisiana hibited supplying its own needs Lot 20 Block 203 ,_.______ Ella Kane .......__..._..___. 4.ZIt .
States between 18 and I scale to match it as a partial stop suggest best way to cure ills Lot 8 Block 204 .____.___ Anna E. Anderson :;,,._._... 5.70
the United I is'to I Lot 13 Block 20.1 ___.____ Edwin G. Boon ...._._.__._ a.90 I
50 years of age and must have had solution to the "economic ills cf complained of eliminate discrimination Lot 2 Block 207 _..__._..___ Lillian H. Wright __..... 3.5-1
Lot 3 Block 207 _.___._._._._ .
six months in the South. "It would seem only against South by rest Charles W. Wright __ 3.H!
at least experience Lot 6 Block 207 .._...______.._ Helen l\f. Hathaway 3.54
the operation of heavy: 'duty elec- fair, just and reasonable that of nation stop gratuitious insultsto : Lot 7 Block 207 ___.__.____ George 1\[. Garber _____ 3.54
in the wages in both states be fixed at South when at same time Southis Lot 11 Block 201 ._...,-...._-_ A. B. FarnQulst -.--- 3.54 t
tric cranes or pumps, or mentioned : Lot 19 Block 207 ._._..........___ Amelia 1\1: Hall .____.... 3.18 ...
operation, of a hydro electric power the highest rates in the prohibited from supplying nations Lot 20 Block 207 .._..-?.-.--..- ,. James F. Carroll .-.-......-. 3.18 is r
of locks dam gates determination," said :Mr. Bitting.Mr. needs for benefit of alien people= Lot 22 Block 207 .__,___.._ ?, Marie Pavlik .-...._-.....-....... 3.18 \h
or or I Lot 23 Block 207 -.---.:...- .t ; Marie Pavlik ._.-..._....,.-..._-. 4.62
and nations unfair
operated by electric motors. Bitting also telegraphed foreign most Lot 3 Block 208 ________.._ i'J: 'V. A. Isaacs _.__...___._..._. 2.46 f'.
forms be ob- copies of his messages to President and we of the Everglades must Lot 4 Block 208 ..._______ : ; \V. A. Isancs ___..._.____._.._ 2.,16 .l:
Application may .- Lot 5 Block 208 _____ ; 'V, .
Pepper .y. P. Dldlake _._____ 2.46
tained at any first class post office Roosevelt, Senators Claude : protest. Lot 6 Block 208 _---:.___ ;'i"', W. P. Didlake _______... 2.46
and applications must be filed with and Charles O. Andrews, Congressmen : "Honorable Henry A. Wallace, Lot 7 Block 208 ... ,=,::;:;'. Lawson Payne ___ 2.46 t-
of Lot 8 Block 208 ----- ; : s. Hule -.-------- 2..16
the secretary .Board of U. S. Civil J. Hardin Peterson, A. Pat Secretary Agriculture, ;f : .

Service Examiners U. S. Engi- Cannon, Joe Hendricks and R. A, Washington, D. C. Lot 9 Block 208 __.__._._..,_ '{", J." J. 1V. Hule __.______ 2.46 .' ,
Lot 10 Block 208 .____.__ : i
"We differential in "''' ;,; J. W Hule '___'__ 2.46 '
neer Office, Jacksonville, Florida, Greene. protest sugar Lot 11 Block 208 __._____ ; John C. :McCoy __.__._ 2.46 \
not later than July 22. The telegrams are as follows: cane wage rates between Louisianaand Lot 24 Block 208 -__.__._...._ ;1 H. F. Bycroft ._.__.__._ 3.1 g
"Lowell :Mellett Esq. Florida in determination just Lot 25 Block 208 _________. "-': Emma 'Willard ____.___ 3.18 \
Lot 26 Block 208 _.___:... .' '::../ Emma 'Villard _'__"_'_' 3.18 :-
National Emergency Council, released stop Congress made Louis- Lot 28 Block 208 __.1__.____ .;,"" Miss Caroline Pnv1ik __ 3.18 i t
Tom Shelley- Washington, D. C. iana and Florida one area therefore Lot 29 Block 208 ___.___ ; '. 1 Miss Caroline Pavlik .,,_ 3.18 fi,
Lot 29 Block 354 .___.._ Alice G. Rothrock _._...., 3.18 '
"Newspaper reports indicate that wages should be same in both Lot 32 Block 354 ____._ ,,''. Jessie": Barber __.:...__ 3.18 f
are holding meetings Washington states stop wages fixed for one Lot 33 Block 354 _____.__ :< J. K. Baker _'__"__"__'_ 47.10
(Continued from page one) you Lot 1 Block 355 ____ ," ," -;" John S. Banks ______ 3.18 ?
30 short his chip I relative to South being numberone state at but 75 percent of wages Lot 23 Block 355 _____, \ Ola Olsen __.._______ 3.1& .
pitched yards
economic problem of nation stopwe fixed for other states is most discriminatory Lot 25 Block: 355 __.__._ Bernard R. Payne _.._..._.. 3.18
resting six feet from the cup. Lot 27 Block 355 -:--__ ... Frank Carey _._._._..___.._... 3.18
Van's endeavor to sink from off of the Everglades protest such and places severe pen- Lot 28 Block 355 _____ ';. 1\Irs. H. J. Warner __._...._ 3.18 ... ;
classification stop we invite your alty upon efficient operation stopin Lot 25 Block 356 ____.__ f'.:I' H. Burk ..__.__.__...,..._.__ 3.18 .. t
the green was just a trifle too Lot 26 Block 356 ____ ",';!' .. H. Burk ____.____..._.._._ 3.18 v.l!
fast, the ball striking the lip of committee to visit this garden spotof view of President Roosevelt'srecent Lot 28 Block 356 __ .,:"" Julia L. Sharkey --.;;. 3.18 .,.,...
the world and see for yourselvesthe statement that the South is Lot 39 Block 356 _.._.___ 11' : Elmer G. Case ,._____ 3.18 ;,
the cup and jumping six, inchesoff Lot 40 Block 356 ....:.____ +t: Elmer G. Case ___, 3.18
the edge while Shelley got his higher than national living the country's number one economic Lot 41 Block 356 _______ ." ,:/', Elmer G. Case _____ 3.18 i
standards maintained stop we of : problem it would seem only fair, Lot 29 Block 357 _.__ Y', Anna 1\1. Hopkins ___? 3.90 *,
six-footer down for the match. I Lot 30 Block 357 __ .' _..--;, Anna 1\1. Hopkins ____ 3.90 ;
The two finalists exchanged no the Everglades stand ready to lift just and reasonable that wages Lot 35 Block 357 ____ E. C. Crofts _.__ 3.90 ',

an additional 100,000 families to both states be fixed at highest rates Lot 36 Block 357 --.--_- < Y., E. C. Crofts --.--.- 3.flO
strokes as both were playing under II Lot 3 Block 358 _.____.._ '..:. j O. H. Schuler __ 3.18 i
a 7 handicap. Shelley, former I our high level as soon as discrim- mentioned in said determination. Lots 15, 16 Block 358 __...; ::;. S Mrs. E. A. Schult ____ 27.30
Lot 17 Block 358 '___.___ w Mrs. E. A. Shult ____ 18.30
champion of the Forest Hills and Lot 21 Block 358 ----.--- ';'i', '. Anna J. Iuhlmann '-".-- 3.90'I
Temple Terrace clubs of Tampa, Lot 22 Block 358 .__--.-...- \' : Anna J. Kuhlmann -..-- 4.08 f
Lot 31 Block 358 .._.___?__ <. Seminole Drug Co. ___ 54.30 ,
had a card of 163 to VanLanding- NOTICENOTICE Lot 43 Block 358 _.__..___ : .. Hilda Toenbetg .____._. 3.18 .
hara's ..164.Shelley's. Lot 6 Block 359 ____.____._ .'\ : Dr Samuel Fisher __._._ 3.18
Lot 18 Block 360 ___.__ "; : 1\1. 'V. Young _____.__ 3.18
victory won the first Lot 19 Block 360 ___.____ ... \1' M.V: Young .._..__ 3.18
title for a Clewiston entry in the Lot 25 Block '360 ____.__ : i S V D. J. Voss ._...._..__.__.__ 3.18
is hereby given that the following described Jands, or as Lot 4 Block 361 _._____ <; .' Cora A. Keller _._.__.__. 3.18
past winter and spring tournament much thereof as will be necessary to pay the amount due for taxes Lot 8 Block 361 __..____._ ," ,.\ O. C. Bryan __.,._._.__ 3.18
schedule. Emmett Shelley sale Lots 23. 24 Block 361 ___ ,. c. : III's. Anna l\f. Hopkins 252.30
repre- herein set to the with the costs of such
opposite same together ...
Lot 25 Block 361 __..,:.,..._._ .. :t Mrs Anna l\I. Hopkins. 3.54 ,
sented Clewiston in the finals of and advertising, will be sold at public auction o'n the first day of Lot 26 Block 361 _.___._._..__ .;4 ;, 1\1rs. Anna 1\1. Hopkins_ 3.54

the Everglades Championship but August, 1938.. beginning at twelve o'clock noon, at the City Hall of Lot 27 Block 361 ___._.._.__ .' it( 1\Irs. Anna 1\1. Hopkins._ 3.54
Lot 28 Block 361 __.___ :: Mrs Anna 1\1. Hopklns. 3.5.1
lost to Belle Glade's 0.. G. Mc- the City of Clewiston Florida. Lot 29 Block 361 _____ .,_f !.;': 1\1rs. Anna 1\1. Hopkins_ 3.64 -'
Whorter VanLandingham had R. Y. PATTERSONTAX
previously COLLECTOR, CITY OF CLEWISTON Lot 30 Block 361 ..._._..__..__ 'r; :.l' :\rrs.: Anna M. Hopkins_ 3.18
: won the Everglades Handi- Lot 31 Block 361 __..._.____ .- :.'- ? 1\1rs.'' Anna 1\1. Hopkins_ 3.18
cap Championship, winning over Pahokee's Lot 32 Block 361' _.__. __ :'0 5 Mrs. Anna 1\1. Hopkins_ 3.18
Lot 20 Block 3fi2 ..____._____ ".'": ,. Adolph Tishler "'_'."_'_ 3.90
Louis Gold. I W AMOUNTOF Lot 21 Block 362 _____..._ s: V Adolph Tishler :.,_._..._ 3.90
,DESCRIPTION Z rn Lot 30 ,Block 362 '__.___..._ .; ..,:" N. B. O'Kelley 3.90
I LAND S H Tf1 OWNER OF TAXES Lot 32 Block 362 .__.......__..?_. "..'=:/ V 1\1rs. Rena F. Jacobi 3.90
Clewiston Routed-- ?* HMW AND COSTS Lot' 36 Block 362 ,__,_.__.___ : ,<'A" V.' Mrs V. E. Jacobs __.__ 5.70
g $ Z g Lot 12 Block 363 __._...___._.:_ ; '. A. 1\1. Coleman __.__.__._ 2.82
;; < Lot 14 Block 363 ._._....__,..__ "Q '" W. R. Griffiths ._..____ 3.36
05 H W <5 Lot 24 Block 363 __.___._.__._ .,?'0" '.' 1\1rs. E. A. Schult __ 20.10
Lot 1 Block 367 ____ 1\1rs. E. A. Schult __ 45.30
(Continued from page one) Lot 1 Block 6 50 ft. & 115 Lot 2 Block 367 ______ .:.;. :<;;:,. 1\1rs.. E. A. Schult ____ 25.50
cured in the early innings when ft. off S. end _. _... First Bank of Clewiston 72.60 Lot 3 Block 367 ____..___ 'I.'f. :, .. ..'. 1\1rs. E. A. Schult ____ 14.70
--'- ,
S 85 ft. off _.__..._._......_. pLot Lot 4 Block 361 ____._....__' .'.V, : 1\1rs. E. A. Schult __ 14.70
Ed Clarke, regular catcher was 9 Block 9 N 60 ft off' Alston Drug Co. _..._".._ 33.00 Lot 9 Block 367 ._......______.- : o. M.! Benson __ 2.16
struck in the head by a pitched Lot 1 Block 17 --1.._.__.__ Anna M Hopkins _-._._ 3.90 Lot 13 Block 367 .... ....._._._ ,:?'t BV.. Hathaway ______ 2.82
Lot 2 Block 17 ______ Anna M. Hopkins _....__ 3.90 Lot 16 Block: 367 _.---.1-.J1ft;(;V> ; Mrs. E. A. Schult ._-- 90.30 I
ball and knocked unconscious fora Lot 10 Block 20 _____.___.. '#.:','V "' .' R. E. Kurtz ..._......__....... 4.80 Lot 17 Block 367 _____...._...;,: .:). ,''' .'...' '' Milan A. Farah _.._.__ 2.82.
time. Bill Hooks relieved him Lot 30 Block 23 ..,,_,___ '. ." ,.. Colt's Inc. ...._..."...?__._____ 6.60 Lot 19 Block 3fi7 _____._.._.._ :. ,. '.. D. L. Voss _..____.,__._._.._ ,2.82
Lot 31 Block 23 .._. __..._.._ .-," Colt's Inc. __....__.....?.?__. 6.60 Lot 22 Block 367 ___.:.._.__ ', Stanley :\1cCorkle: _..._ 2.82
behind the bat but the injury to Lot 32 Block 23 ._?.....___...._' ., \V. Colt's Inc. _-_...__.._?.,......__ 6.60 Lot 24 Block 369 _.._.._= .._ L. :i\L Harding ______. 3.90
Ed took 'much of the heart out Lot 23 Block 26 _.____.___?... V B. W. Jenks Sr. ....__ 4.80 Lot 25 Block 369 _.._._...__'. '. ';.'.. Guy Pearl ___..____.....__. 3.90
Lot 24 Block 26 _.._....._.___. B. W. Jenks, Jr. ___.. 4.80 Lot 26 Block 369 ..__-.L.-.-_ ; : L. M. Harding __..__.___ 3.90
of his teammates.Lose Lot 25 Block 26 __._._.___ "" .r B. W. Jenks, Jr. .______ 4.80 Lot 33 Block 369 ___.._._._._._ ;.. ',; John 1\L Spies _..________ 3.90
At Lake Worth Lot 26 Block 26 _________._ : B.V.. Jenks Jr. _....____ 4.SO Lot 34 Block '369 _.__...__." ."':, :. V Elmer G. Case ...___._. 3.90 _' ,
Lot 27 Block 26 ___..__ ',; B. W. Jenks, Sr. _.1..._.'..... 4.80 Lot 35 Block 3fi9 "'___7"._ .' ':'i Elmer G. Case .._?._..._.. 3.90 -: Fj i
The local team lost a close game Lot 28 Block: 26 _...__._..._.?__. :. BV.. Jenks,' Sr. __.__. 4.80 Lot 18 Block 370 ,......____._, ':'. Bertha A. Taylor .___..._ 3.00 TiU ..:.-
Monday at Lake Worth when the Lot 29 Block: 26 __ _......__..__ :'.(.'. B. W. Jenks Sr. __._._. 4.80 Lot 38 Block 370 ..__.__:_.._ :. : Ethyl I. Button _____ 3.90
Lot 30 Block 26 _.._? _.. __1.__..:: :,'- B.V. Jenks, Sr. ______ 4.80 Lot 15 Block 372 _.._.__......__ ..... ., Cornelius Bodthe __.__. 2.46
team of the East Coast city came Lot 1 Block 27 __..__?._.._ ,.' :. Anna M. Hopkins .._.___._ 5.70 Lot '10 Block 377.___...._..._:__ -r; '. Mrs. Frank C. Deagon 2.82
from behind, with, Clewiston hold- Lot 2 Block 27 _.__....._.._... Anna M Hopkins _....___.. 5.70 Lot 13 Block 377 .._._.,_.__..?. :' ,';,r R. C. Nowling- ._____ 3.5.1
Lots 3. 4 Block 27 ___._ ':,"i"A The Bromar Corp. _.._...., 108.30 Lot 11 Block 377 _..._..__.___._ '":. '..' R. C. Nowling .__.,._._.._ 3.54
ing a six run' advantage, to win bya Lot 19 Block 27 ....._.__._._. .V;' The Bromar Corp. __..._ 5.70 Lot 15 Block 377 ._....._.__..._ : L' : R. A. Lilley _"._".'_'__'_ 3.5-1
score of 8-7. The six runs were Lot 20 Block 27 _...__....___ The Bromar Corp. ____- 5.70 Lot 31 Block 377 ___._.-:_ : \- ? G. C. Voss ___-__.-._.___ .2.10
Lot 24 Block 27 ..... ... .._..._... ,;"h"- Walter Cox _._.._.-.._... 3.90 Lot 32 Block 377 ..___.._ VV,";. .VV Mrs. Mary E. Moon ___ 2.10
scored 'by Clewiston in the first Lot 27 Block 27 _...- .....--.-... ", 'J:: Elmer G. Case _._.__..._.?.. 3.00 Lot 33 Block 377 _._..._...__._ ,. :.. 1 1\1rs. Mary E. Moon ___ 2.10
inning but they were unable to Lot 28 Block 27 ____._.___. .,, "' Elmer G. Case _..___?.___ 3.00 Lots 14. 15 Block 378 _"'___ ..: ,- Wilbur Goff ___'___"_'_. 18.30
Lot 29 Block 27 ____...__._ Elmer G. Case _._.____ 3.00 Lot 19 Block 378 .__._____ J' B & B Cash Grocery Co. 29.10
add to this score as the game pro- Lot 30 Block 27 ___:______,.: -&: Elmer G. Case _",_'___ 3.00 Lot 20 Block 378 ___._____ ." s Alston Drug' Co. __,___ 29.10
gressed. Hawkins and Cross did Lot 31 Block 27 _._____._., Elmer G Case _-_.._ ..._ 3.00 Lot 4 Block 381,1, Otto H. Schuler __._ 2.46
hurling Lot 2 Block 136 _.._.._____ Walter R. Tweedy _?_ 3.90 Lot 5 Block 381 ____.___ '. .. ...', S. M. Paulson ___.._ 2.46
the for Clewiston with Lot 15 Block 138 _..__.__..__ 1 .. C. E. Shaw .._?__......_._ 3.00 Lot 10 Block 383 ____..__ ( :."" ". C. E. Stedman ._______ 2.10
Clarksufficiently recovered fromSunday's Lot 4 Block 139 _._.._.?._.._.:__ : ..' E. M. Petterson ..._._ 4.26 Lot 11 Block 383 ________ \: '. -.,,' C. E. Stcdman _...____._ 2.10
: Rothrock_.__ Bloch 385 .__.___..._ ': .' : 1\1rs. L. O. Holdsworth &
to do the receiv- Lot 6 Block 139 _._....___.. Mrs. A. S. 5.70 Lot 13 ; :' ., J
injury Lot 12 Block 139 _._.__?,._ \E:,. Cora A. Keller _.___. 4.62 S,.: ,r "... 1 1 Robert J. Olsen ---, 7.80
,ing.FranK'. Lot 13 Block 139 .._._..______ V', .' E. J. Keller ,__...__.___ 4.62 .':, .: :., ._ 1
Lot 9 Block 141 _..__...__ .' ':','. :Margaret Klick ._____ 3.90 Lot 14 Block 385 ---_._-..- ;. to Mrs. L. O. Holdsworth. '
Lot 10 Block 141 .?._..-'____ I:;; Anna Pavlick _?_____ 3.90 : ." ,;,s' & Robert J. Olsen -.- 1.80 I I'
Lot 11 Block 141 ._._._._..__'. ; ,; '. Elmer' G. Case __..,_..._..; 4.80 Lot 15 Block 385 -.--_.-.-.. ;:',' 1\11'5. L. O. Holdsworth
Rails To- Lot 15 Block 146 .__...__.._., :;:' Sadie O'Mehra _-.-__......._ 3.90 VM;":, & Robert J. Olsen __ 7.80 I
Lot 10 Block 151 _._..____ ..'. Elmer G. Case ____.___ 3.90 Lot 16 Block 385 -_.-_..: .t..,, _t: Mrs. L. O. Holdsworth
.' G. Case _.___ 4.80 .5 j.K'; & Robert J. Olsen _. 7.80 II
Lot 11 Block 151 .__._._..._ '." Elmer .
-' Lot 12 ,Block 151 ___..___ : V',..-i'. Elmer G. Case .___,.__ 3.90 Lot 17 Block 385 ____.__ :-;;.. .' Mrs. L. i O. Holdsworth
(Continued from page one) Lot 13 Block 151 -, .. Elmer G. Case ._._.__ 3.54 -, ; & Robert J. Olsen -- 22.20
Lots 1, 2./ 3, Block 152 __ : .:. G. L. Espenlaub __..__...._ 54.30 Lot 5 Blk 390'N of Arco St '. I".f: U. S. Sugar ___'_'__ 4.80
this. 4 Block 152 ; First Bank of Clewiston 18.30 Lot 2 Block 396 __.__.,__ \ S Jessie 1. Kinderllng _._ 1.74 i
Conditions within the district Lot Lots 5. 6. 7, Block-152 -. '. H. Etherton _.__..__.._.... 39.90 Lot 4 Block 403 --,.....- ;' t' .. C. E Olin _....__._.__._ 1.74
Lot 8 Block 152 ._____._._?__ _.. G. E. Etherton ____._.__ 7.50 Lot 15 Block 403_.___.___ \V. E. Chenot ...._.___ 2.10
have improved greatly in the past Lot 9 Block 152 ___.._.._._ _. '. ':" G. E. Etherton _____._ 7.50 Lot 11 Block 410 _.___.-.__ ;._ Anna 101. Hopkins! --- 2.-16 r
two years, since the 'original ap ( Lot 2 Block 411 _..______ ; Anna l\I. Hopkins __ 2.10
Lot 11 Block 152 _.__.._.-_._... j First: Bank of Clewlston 7.50: Lot 4 Block 411 __._____, '1/y. L. B. Ecldund __ 2.-16
plication for RFC loan was made Lot 12 Block 152 -'.__.... .'. ,. First Bank of Clewlston 7.50 Lot 5 Block 411 ____. _._ .':;.;' G. Farnqulst ---- :2:46;
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and the tax structures of the* many Lot Block 156 35' off S side First Bank of Clewiston 40.20 Lot 6 Block 411 _._._ .._;..:..:__ 1;. .. L. Lynn ____.M_ :
Lot 4 Block 156 .?.____..__:._ ., .''. C. C. Klutts __,....._?_.?...._' 7.50 Lot 7 Block 411. __..._.._,._ '(, Anna M. Hopkins _.___ '2.46
drainage districts within the Ever 1Lot 5 Block 156 ......._._.. .' C. C. Christian _'__'_ 18.30 Lot 9 Block 411 ___.__.._._ : t'";,:; .,'.j' George 'Vlebe ,...____ 2.82
glades Drainage District have Im Lot 7 Block 156 _...?.._?_..?_.__ : > George A. Heinz __._. 7.50 Lot 11 Block 412 __.___._... 'or> L. H. Schuck _____ 2.10
Lot 24 Block 156 __.___._._ :V V Robert George -____.._ 59.70 Lot 12 Block 412 ___._____ -! L. H. Schuck _______ 2.10
proved. '-ot 1 Block 159 _____.._.__ J Theo. Gottliebt _.__ 3.18 Lots 14, 15, 16 Block 412 _._ :.:' G. E. Etherton .____.. 23.73
Under the present proposed setup Lots 1, 2 Block 161 ___ '. C. R. & D. Corp or Lot 21 Block 112 ___._ "(I ';-' V W. G. Ames ._._.._.. ____._ 3.l0
I E. M. Cornette _.___ 5.10 Lots 26, 27 'Block 412 __ T" : Mabel Francis -----.- 3.90
the $17,000000; obligations of Lots 3, 4 Block. 161 __":_ .s. C. R. & D. 'Corp or Lots 1 2 Block 414 __: .. ." Royal Lumber Co. ___ 32.70
the district will be reduced to '';' '. E. M. Cornette ____ 4.20 Lot .10' Block 415 ______._ : :'r L. M. Harding ___:-._ 2.4G
Lot I 6 Block 161 __..._.___.. \1': .; George Crowder ...____ 2.10 Lot 21 Block 417 _____ SS';:; Ida L. Curtis ___.__.._ 3.18
$6,000,000. Under the 1925 act. : Lot 7 Block 161 .______.___, ,I' ';'- George Crowder ___._ 2.10 Lot ,22 Block 417 _._.__ .. : :. Ida L. Curtis __.-_.-- 3.18
which the courts have held is thdistrict's -. Lot 2 Block 162 _._.._.?..._.,_._. ,'-.S ;" Mrs. J. E. Frederick _._. 3.18 Lot 15 Block: 418 .__..___. .',- '(, ) A. C. Nelson -_-..-.-- 3.18
Lot 6 Block 162 _.__.__.._.__._ '.' J. C. Wlndheim _.__ 3.18 Lot 16 Block 418 _____.__...._ ,'..) A. C. Nelson __.___..__ 3.l3
contract with the bond. -ot 12 Block 162 -___ :," Ruth R. Beardsley _.._._. 5.70 Lot 17 mock 418 ______- ____ : ',,. '. ; .. A. C. Nelson -------.-_ 3.18
holders the annual levy was twc .JOt 15 Block 163 -......___. ':., E. L. Alston _______._ 22.80 Lot 18 Block 418 _.___.____ :. :: A. C. Nelson --.--.--- 3.18
Lot 5 Block 167 _.._._._?_,.___. :' :; Herbert Goldstein ___ 3.90 Lot 19 Block 418 ..._____._ '. ..!" ':::. A. C. Nelson -----.-..-_ 3.18
and a quarter million dollars. Under Lots 35, 36 Block 167 ___._ V.:'} T. B. Shelley ._.._____ 27.30 Lot 19 Block 422 .___._.,_. ... ::' Hollis Lanier -.----.-?)..- 3.18I
the new set up this would be re '.ot 1 Block 169,, -.-_.----.. V .. Beryl Bowden -..----- 9.30 Lot 20 Block 422 _-_..---.-- .,'::, \ Hollis Lanier .-_:.._....__- 3.18
Lot S Block 170 ...__'..____._. V' Victor Baron _.,_._.._.._,_ 3.90 Lot. 21 Block 422 _..._______ :'; ': .,. I HOllS\! Lanier ___..__._.._. 3.18 .
duced to $600,000 and it is be Lot 9 Block 170 ....____.__._? ."V'; :' Victor Baron __- ________ 3.90 I I Lot 22 Block .122 .._____..- ; ',:, s': : :: \ Lanier '--'-'-r: 3.18
lieved that conditions within the Lot 12 Block 171 _?.. Leslie E. Kemp _...__ 5.34 Lot 23 Block 422 .______.__ ::" : Hollis Lanier -?---.-..-:.-. 3.13
Lot 14 Block 171 ?...___ ..; '- Jennie E. Barber _.____ 5.31 Lot 2 4 Block 422 .._.____.:_ : 't' Hollfs Lanier .-...._..--..- 3.18'F'
district warrant the assumptionthat Lot 26 Block 171 __-.....______ '.' Rebecca Lutz ... _..__..__ 5.31 Lot 27 Block 422 ...._____ SI.s' I' Elmer G. Case ._._.____, 3.18 t ,
this amount can be raised as Lot 3 Block 172 .___?.___._ ':y E. M. Cornette ._____ 4.26 Lot 28 Block 422 __ Elmer G. Case -_-'---' 3.90 r ,:
Lot 7 Block 172 _______ '. '., E. C. Cole __?____._.___ 4.26 Lot 1 mock .123 _____.__ Adolph Tishler --.._--.- 3.90 "r:; '
an annual levy.J. Lot 11 Block 172 _..._-__.__ :, Mrs J. E. Frederick ___ 4.621 Lot 23 I11oCk 423 _______ ';.-;:" Fred A. Cleland ..-_-..-.- 3.18
E. Beardsley Clewiston Lot 1 Block 173 _.___ G. H. &' Frances Small 6.78 Lot 24 Block 423 ___._.___ '. '.; Fred A. Cleland '-".-'?--_ 3.18
member Lot 21 Block 173-._.,._?__._ r L. M. Harding ......_..........._. 5.70 Lot 25 Block 423 ___....__ ,". I :/ Unknown _.._....---..._-.--..-.. 3.18 :
: of the board who has recently Lot 23 Block 173 _...._____ W. G. Ames __..__..___...___ 72.30 Lot 26 Block 423 _____.._?_... _'"c ; Unknown ...-...--.-.-..-.......-....- 3.18 '
I been reappointed by the Governor Lot 24 Block 173 ..?___?_._ -; t C. E. Shaw .._._.._...,_.._....... 6.60 Lot 28 Block 423 __..____._ : Elmer G. Case ...._._.._.._. 3.18 I' ..
Lot 6 Block 175 ._____.___ Minerva D. Sharder ?._.. 3.18 Lot 29 Block 423 ___.__._ .' ;"':,,_ Elmer G. Case .--..-.--...-.- 3.18 ,
! for another four year term, is of Lot 1 Block 176 ...__.....___..___ Conrad Thorp __.._...___......_ 2.75 Lot 35 Block: 446 ._._.._._._:__ '..'. Jordan Filers -.-........-....- -- ,- I
the opinion that the landowners Lot 2 Block 176 ____._.___ J. V. Shasry ........_____ 3.90 t--
Lot 3 Block 176 _____.____ Mrs. V. E. Jacobs .._____. 3.90 Lot 36 Block 446 _._._.....__.__ ,, ,. Jordan Eilers ?."-"---._. 4.80 ,i I'
meetings have been most;. helpfulin Lot 4 Block 176 _..... ___._._._ Allen E. Heyson ...._..._ 3.90 Lot 10 Block .153 _._____._ : 3 r' Lilyan R. Cook--.--.--- 3.90 "
that they have given opportunity Lot 6 Block 176 ______ J. Clinton Moorman 3.90 Lot 11 Block 453 .__._.._.__.. :-. Llb'an S. Cook .-.-.._..--. 3.90. I ,
Lot 8 Block 176 _..._._._._.__ Victor J. Robins Sr. __,- 3.90 Lot 12 Block 453 .._ .-.--- Lilyan S. Cook _'--"-"--". 3.90 1 I
! for interested landowners to get Lot 21 Block 176 ._..._.._.._._.__ Gustave C. Voss ?..,......___ 3.90 Lot 13 Block 453 __-_ '..; LIl'an; S. Cook -...........-.-.... 3.90
an accurate picture of the district's Lot 22 Block 176 Ruth R. Beardsley 3.90 Lot 14 Bloclc 453 ____ -.._ .. ', Lilyan S. Cook .......-........._-. 3.90 f
Lot 23 Block 176 =::=:: D. J. Johnstone ._,:....:::,::. 3.90: Lot 15 Block 453 _.__....---.- V l1f;' Lilyan S. Cook --....-..- 3.90 j
j financial situation and prospects, Lot 24 Block: 176 _____.__ A. V. Bristow ._....?,_..._, 4/SO Lot 10 Block 495 ...__..._.___._ ';" Mrs. :!\t. L. Porteus .-.- 2..1G

and at the same time have given : ......._... 3.3G Lot 12 mock 49fi .._._.....?_.-..- : Ruth R. Beardsley --- 9.30 \
Lot 28 Block 176 _____._.:._ E.V. Hnthaway: ? __.._. r Ruth n. Beardsley 9.31) )
them opportunity to discuss their Lot 30 Block 176 ___?__.__ James F. Costello .....__....__ 3.36 Lot 13 Block 495 495 _.___-_- ": Claude I.. Becket --- 3.18. "J
Lot 36 Block 176 _______ Ruth R. Beardsley .._....?. 3.90! Lot 14 Block Annie L. Marshall ._ 3.18 I
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views the situation. A number Lot 15 Block ; \
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Lot 6 Block 195 ___.____ Walter Jussell -? Tillie Pavlik _. 2.4G '
Block 495 _.._..__....... -----> :.: ;
of landowners, including, R. E. Ham- Lot 10 Block 195 __..-.L: __ Janet J. Slockbridge: ...... 3.90 Tot 16 mock 498 __.......___ Mary C. Simp1s ---.-.-- S 2.10 \ !.: !
Lot 23 Block 195 ____..__._ Chas W. K*'r>nan .. __.......... 4.80 Lot !0 I 498 _____._ G. W. Fuqua --........?..-.. 2.10' .
rick Okeechobee, W. E. Christenson Lot 4 Block 196 ._____.__ Thomas B. Hall _..._..___._. 3.90 Lot 10 Block 498 .? ___ Edllh Taylor .?-..._..--?...... 2.10 S.
Hollywood, Welter Hooker, H. Lot 5 Block: 196 _"...._...._._ Blanch Dean 3.90 Lot 15 Block 505 ._-...-' ....... '. Mrs!!. L. O. IIoldewortii. 1.20
Lot 20 Block 196 .....___..... George F. Terroll ..._.._.. 5.70 Lot 7 Dlock 101re. E. C. Dawson 1.20
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H Wedgrw'orth both of Belle Glade, Lot 4 Block. 201, .",..._..-__ Claflin Garit ....................... ,3.80 Lot. .. U' Block. "'" Fruit; IJroweu Ex, Co. 2.05 ....,:;
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