The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00596
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: September 18, 1936
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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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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About 500Attend People New Caretaker's1, ,'..:Home Schools Opened :Monday l+

Being Built In' Nursery. : ,

...: 'WPA 1 Concert I 'J. F. Tippey. -completed this'. week I For 1936-1937 TermJ".i?

a new caretaker's home and storage : .' i
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room in' the Clewiston Nursery: i
cno'1r tJll PLEASED BY grounds In the block just north of 200 PUPILS ENROLLED IN ALL '
W. D. Raines Finds Fort Denaud Bridge
i fiRADES. DAY :
PROGRAM. GIVEN IX the Civic park. This is a frame I ON; OF r -'

CIVIC PARK FRIDAY structure and replaces the old- cel-1 OPENING: :'
r r __ Black Widow Spider Closed By Dredging ,
I tox building whjch is now being razzed. I '
A crowd estimated five The Clewiston school opened for :
at close to The workwill be completed/ I ":

hundred people filled every avail-! W. D. Raines, chief clerk: In the this week, Mr. Tippey states.; Construction work on""the Caloo- -the 1936. 937 term,at' 8:30 o'clocklast ,

able bench and many were stand-,[ U. S. Engineer sub-office here had Bids havo also been asked and sahatchee River forced the closing, Monday morning with an enrollment ...;.tjI

ing when the WPA concert '1 a narrow escape from being bittenby will be opened next Wednesday for of the Fort Denaud bridge, to trafficon of exactly two hundred pu- ;.I
pils in all grades. Last year's en-
ra from West Palm Beach orchest-I' a black: widow spider recently the construction of a six room frame Tuesday night Of this week. Residents ,:i
I rollment was 204 at the end of the
direction of Geo. ,Hulme gave their I I while doing some repair work at his home near the Shultz apartments.The : !; of that section must now go first month and this figure promises '.

concert in the civic park last Fri: home on the government reserva- cost of this home is expected to to Alva or to LaBelie to get across
es to be exceeded this' year at the :
be about and Is
$2,000 being con-
the river.
day evening. The crowd seemed well tion.A same time with the promise of sev-
pleased with the program renderedby platform had been fitted up over structed by Mr. Brantley, who Is an The work at this point is being I
eral more pupils enrolling during
the orchestra and the orchestraand which 'a tent was placed as a play employee of the United States Sugar done by the dredge "Tampa" work- "
i the next week or two. .
WPA officials \\seemed highly house for his children. This was in Corporation. ing on the Standard Dredging Com-I Appropriate opening exercises

need of repair or moving and whenhe pany's contract. '
gratified that their efforts had met
were held at'S:45 and lasted more
raised the platform off the Tho board of county commissioners -
h\ with such a reception on their first I than an hour. Following the openIng ':,
1 ground discovered that his fingers, this week extended the time for '
lj; trip to the 'Glades.!! MILLAGE IS SET AT song, "America", Fr. J. F.
M.. E. VonMach, member of the were only a few inches from a full- receiving bids on' repays to the Fort Walsh, pastor of St. Margaret's s
grown black widow. An egg bag almost Denaud bridge until next Friday,
Hendry County Planning Board who ?
church, gave the invocation and led
was )largely responsible for getting I. mature was found and destroyed 36 FOR NEW YEAR : September 25. The bids were to have I the devotional exercises. Another
and after trouble !Mr. Raines been'
some opened today.
the orchestra to come to Clewistonand
j song followed, "The Battle Hymn of
having the American Legion managed to get the poisonous spider --- The repairs to be made will be to
I the Republic", and Rev. Holmes
sponsor the program, 'made the first into a milk bottle. Hendry county taxpayers will this construct a line of interlocking steel Logan, pastor of the Methodist

Short ,introductory talk, introducing I The spider was given by Mr. year;, have the lowest millage assess- sheet piling around the center pierof Church of :Moore Haven gave a

Mayor F. Deane Duff, who, in a few I Raines to Mrs. O. H. Roberts. Mrs. ed agaihst their property 'in many the bridge, the construction of I. short talk to the students. Rev. Logan -
well chosen words expressed his 'Roberts pickled the insect ill alcohol l years and possibly since" the C'rea-" two fifteen foot approaches ,on the
I. stressed the value of an education -
pleasure at having the orchestra in : and sent it to the school to be tion of the county, the board of I north side of the bridge and one
I and advised student to
Clewiston. The director of the mu- displayed in order that the children, county commissioners having takri fifteen foot span on the south side I I take full advantage of his ,or her

sic project for the WPA was unableto may become familiar with the appearance advantage of every opportunity to I and fender piling around center pier opportunities to improve their

be present and Mrs. Ruth B. Ow- of the spider and be on cut the assessment when setting the and north abutment of the bridge. I I modern
minds, aided as they are by the -
ens, director of woman's work In the lookout for them. millage and adopting their budgetin public school'system.The .

this district pinch-hit for him with special session at LaBelle on Sat- dis-
trustees of the Clewiston
a response to Mr. Duff's talk. She urday of last week. The county-wide
WORK CONTINUES ON trict were next introduced, follow-
expressed the pleasure of the or-I 100 TONS FERTILIZERIN millage for taking care of the gen- ] ing which M. E. VonMach, member

chestra in being able to bring a pro- eral fund, fine and forfeiture fund from
school board
'of' the county
gram before the people of Clewiston: and other such funds was set at 3(5( RECREATION CENTERThe I I Clewiston made a 'brief talk. The

and she commented very favorably BOAT SHIPMENTThe mills which is five mills lower than teachers were then Introduced and

on the nwaiber who had come out last year's millage.
each spoke a few words to the pat-
from this and neighboring towns'! to There is no assessment for special Ciewiston Recreation Center rons and pupils. Matthew Morrison,

near the concert. first'! fertilizer shipment in j road and bridge districts and only
becomes a step nearer completionwith new athletic coach took a little more
I J. E. Beardsley introduced Mr. One bond is due this year. This will
several years to Clewiston by boat the passing of each week and time than the other faculty membersand
Hulme, the orchestra director, who I be paid out of the gas tax money.It .
and the first ever received ia a self- outlined his athletic programfor
introduced the members of the orchestra is our under tanding'that tho only work is progressing as nicely as can He stated that
propelled barge was received here additional assessment is for the the limited the coming year.
and announced each of the I I.I. be expected with number he would introduce football into the

numbers. The program given was Wednesday and unloaded at the Engine school districts, ten mills in each. of men assigned to the job. school as well as diamondball, volley -

the same as that published in ad- .r dock at the warehouse on the I This is as low as the millage set Supervisor J. H. Doty has had sev- ball for both_ girls and boys,

,' vance MI this paper with several pop- in any county of the state and a
in the
Industrial canal. week handball and possibly baseball
; to him this
ular pieces as entire numbers. great deal lower than that set In en men assigned
Nel- spring in addition to the regular
The the
shipment arrived
The Community Church Choir, under -' on. many' counties where the bonded by the WPA and good progress has '

the direction of Mr. Beardsley, lie B. a self-propelled barge or debt has reached staggering been made in clearing of the block basketball teams.
The girls are also invited to or-
freighter out of Jacksonville, was
sang two beautiful selections. tions ''and mandamus suits and getting it ready to receive the
American propor-I ganize a team for basketball this
shipped by the Agricultural -
Transportation for the orchestrato forced increased tax levies. marl surfacing Work has been concentrated -
and Chemical Corporation and the year if sufficiently interested to do
and from West Palm Beach was millage in the county should prove on the southwest ,cornerof

provided by the American Legion as Clewiston consignment was to J. E. most attractive to prospective set- the block where the three con- so.

was the dinner for the entire orchestra Beardsley, local agent for the Agrico tlerp; and Should bring a decided crete tennis courts will be construct- Principal B. E. Herring followed'
product. Twenty-throe ton of the (Continued on page 4)
and officials at the Inn. boost in tax payments. pd.
fertilizer Unloaded here and the I
The original plan of constructionas -

Kiwanis Club Meets remainder of the one hundred ton New Are previously outlined in this paper John Elmore Hurt
load went to Belle Glade and Canal
will be carried out as nearly as pos-

.oint. I I r sible, it is said, with three tennis In Cutting AffrayJohn
At President's HomeThe Placed At GatesOn
Shipment was made by way of the. courts, shuffle board courts, horse
Intracoastal waterway to Stuart,
shoe courts, playground for child-
thence down the St. Lucie to Lake
Elmore, operator of the
and shelter in the center of
Kiwanis Club, on the regular ren a
Okeechobee and around the new Wednesday of last week a
meeting night last Wednesday, heldan the block. Clewiston Garden received several
government levee canal to Clewis- shipment of blographs vas receivedby
informal meeting at the home of On Thursday trucks went to woikhauling severe knife cuts in a brawl which"developed
President A. W. Lawrence and en-I ton. the U. S. Engineer office from marl from the experimental
in the cafe owned by Mrs.
Although this is the first big
joyed a delicious dinner which had the :Frlez Company of Baltimore!, levee for surfacing'the portion of
freight shipment to be received hero Laura Burkett here in the early
been prepared by Mrs. Lawrence. manufacturers of the best scientific! the grounds which were not surfaced -
by boat since the completion of the:
the fornier CWA project hours Sunday. He was tak-
Each member paid, for his meal, as under morning
instruments and immediately
new canal it is expected that this were
usual, but the price of the dinner Cement has been received for build- en to the Lakeview Hospital whereDr.
waterway will be put to an ever increasing placed in each of the hurricane gates
was put into a fund to be used for use ing thefT concrete courts Slid Satur- 0. F. Schiffli sewed up the cuts
for transportation of
their sponsors donation on the recreation around the lake with the exception day the hauling of fine and Coarse
nearly severing -
heavy material. The load approximated one of which came very
center. of the Lake Harbor gate which is aggregate will begin by barge frdula
four railroad cars. vein.
A feature of the meeting was that !I I considered too near the Belle Glade point near Moore Haven. the jugular

each member, upon arrival, was re- The securing of enough labor has His assailants, Harry Varnadoeand
and Clewiston gates to make one I
quired to knock on the door and Moderator. To SpeakAt I been the principal drawback toward J. C. Parsons were arrested im-

}, when it was answered reply with an I necessary at that point. more rapid construction and the mediately and lodged in the county

1 Ji W original' "knock, knock." Some of Church Sunday I M. R. Lawler, under whose direction sponsors of the project are all readyto jail at LaBelle. At a hearing before,

these were very original and some the instruments were distributed go ahead with their part when Judge H. A. Rider later in the week

were not but all occasioned a great --- I has had one set up in his office labor conditions are straightenedout they were convicted of assault and

deal of merriment.It Dr. W. G. Kennedy, Moderator of I: and enough men are available battery and were fined twenty-five

being Constitution Week President the Southwest District Synod of this week and gives a very good idea to do the work. I dollars and costs. Elmore was released -

Lawrence had prepared a test Florida of the Presbyterian church I of the barometric pressing normally I from the. hospital this morn-

of ten questions which were givento and pastor of a church in Fort My- I prevalent in this vicinity and the GEO. HINES NAMED CONSTABLE ing.

each member to answer regardingthe ers will preach at the Clewiston hourly fluctuations. In thirty-six The exact cause of the altercation ..

Constitution. J. E. Beardsleyand Community Church next Sunday ev- I hours of the instrument Geo. Hines, who won the Dem- has not been definitely establishedbut
or more use
A: W. Sias tied for the high ening at 7:45. ocratic nomination for Constable of one story is that the boys had

score when the papers were graded The choir will present severalnew [ recorded a maximum variation of this district in a close race with been refused credit by Elmore at his

and Mr. Sias won the toss and the numbers including "Seek Ye only .2 Inches. This range was from Gratton George in the June pri- bar which led to heated words and

prize. the Lord" with a solo by Kay Law-I, 29.9 to 30.1. The minimum readingsare maries this week received an appointment later into the fight.,

The meeting was thoroughly; en- IQr and a Bach chorale by the men'sI registered exactly at 4:00 a. m. to serve as constable until -

joyed by a large number of mem- I quartet. Everyone is cordially invit- and p. m. and the maximum read- the time for him to assume of- Work Continues On

bers. ed to attend this service. ings at 10:00 a. m. and p. m. fice after the first of the year.

Last Sunday evening there was a The device is entirely glass en- The office has been vacant for I Pacific Ave. Surfacing

CARL E. ROYER RECEIVES special musical service in charge of closed and while apparently very some time, Ed Butler having last

WPA DISTRICT APPOINTMENT the choir.A I simple is delicately adjusted as aI held the position. Mr. Butler left I --

short resume of the life and I II I I fine watch. A needle is attached to Clewiston several months ago. The shell as
of marl
Carl E. Royer, prominent druggistand I I works of the, composer Mendelssohn ;" the .barometer which marks accur- appointment of Mr. Hines as con- surfacing for Pacific Avenue from

school man of LaBelle and I was given by J. E, Beardsley, director ately on the chart the exact reading stable to fill Mr. Butler's unexpiredterm a t'where the old CWA pro-

principal of the LaBelle schools last;! of the choir, and all of the num-,I, through every period of the day. The should make: law enforcement I the the barracks is
'I halted to
year and a number of other years bers suhg by the choir were Mendelssohn [ chart is placed on a spool-like affair in this end of the county a much ject was week with the
forward this
was iii Clewiston Monday on busi- compositions.The I which has a clocking arrangement to easier task for the county officers. going *
good pro-
r'F ,p..,i ness connected with his new posi- program wa as follows: i revolve It. county road crew making '

Y tion as district supervisor of educa- "Hark the Herald Angels Sing". This is only one of a series of instruments PAINTING OF CHURCH I gress on the work.A .

'* tion under the WPA In the Miami "Cast Thy Burden", from Elijah. which will be placed at WAS BEGUN MONDAY tentative agreement has been

.... district embracing St. Lucie, Martin,I Duet-"I Would That My Love", each of the gates for securing exact -----. I made by the'State Road Department
Palm Beach, Broward, Dade, Okee- by Magda Potter and Hazel Prewitt. scientific data ''on hurricanes and Painting of the Community t(f put a top ,on this street if the

chobee, Glades and Hendry coun- Offertory, "Consolation", Piano- other weather conditions. A new I Church was begun Monday by the 1 county would finish the surfacing,

ties. Christine Doty. type recording anemometer has been I' Ladies' Aid Society of the church ,according to D. G. Alston, chairmaR

Mr. Royer's office will be in Miami Solo-"The Lord is l\IindCul- ordered and these were to have been which 'raised the necessary funds to I of the board of county commissioners. -

but he will have direct super- 'from St. Paul-Kay Lawler.., delivered the middle of August. lake care of the work.: Geo. Hines This road ranks secdnd onlyto

vision of all the nursery schools and ,: Sextet-"Lift Thine Eyes" from They are expected any day and will and Sam Young are doing the work.: Highway 25 in amount of traffic

adult schools" the district with .Elijah. be installed immediately upon arrival. The exterior ,walls will be cleanedand carried each year, being used by

more than seventy-five teachers.Mr. (I Solo-"Rest in the Lord", from These instruments! will give accurate painted white at this time. A thousands of visitors to the U. S.

Royer is to be congratulated ', Elijah-R. N. Smith. wind velocities and are designed little later it ,is hoped that the inferior Sugar Company's mill each season

on his appointment to this important -.I "In Heavenly Love Abiding"-J for both low and high wind of tHel structure may also be and by hundreds of employees each

position; -i"choir, _.' velocities: q- r.. renovated: ,. __ day' of the year.

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Current Foreign Words When It Is the i I!
News Review of Practical Gifts .. I

r and PhrasesAd I THOSE, things that are not Other Fellow .

World Over are' not desir- ,
Events the ,rem. (L.) To the thing; to able.There is nothing in the Have you ever noticed that when :'
the point.A I world really beneficial vinculo matrimonii. (L.)' I does not lie within the,reach of he's obstinate; when you are, it's .
From the marriage bond. an informed understanding-and just firmness? When the other I

-President's.Revised.Budget.Figures Put Debt at 34 Billions Bruler '.vaisseaux.. (F.) Te well-protected pursuit. Thereis !I fellow doesn't. like your friends,
.. burn one's ships. nothing that God has judged he's prejudiced; when you don't
'- .; Mussolini Tells World His Immense Cherchez la femme. (F.) Look good for us that he has not' like him, you, are a good judgeof
for the woman; a woman is usually given us the means to accom- human nature?

Army Is Ready. at.the. bottom of a scandal. plish, both in the natural and, When the other fellow tries to

Cui bono? (L) For whose ad- the moral. world. If we cry, treat someone especially well,

By EDWARD W. PICKARDC vantage? Of what use? Coloqui- I.I like children, for the moon, like he's toadying; when you ,try the

C Western N.w pap r Union. ally, but. inaccurately, what goodwill ,children we must cry on.- same. game, you are' using tact?
L 'it do? Burke._ When the other fellow picks
REVISING the 1937 budget fig- I T WAS Benito Mussolini's turnto Deo gratis. (L;) God be flaws in things, he's cranky; when

I ures submitted to congress go Into the European version thanked. What we hope ever to do you do, you are discriminating?
4 in January, President Rooseveltnow of the Indian war dance, following Exempli gratia. (L.) For the with ease we may learn first When the other fellow says what
estimates that expenditures Hitler and Stalin, and' he gave a sake of illustration: abbreviatede. to do' with diligence.-Johnson. he thinks, he's spiteful; when you
: caused by the bonus great performance. At. Avellino, g. do, you are frank?
: and the IAAA invali- center of the Italian army maneuvers -
dation will put the II Duce announced to a'cheer-

public debt at the ing throng that he could mobilize
"s- '" all-time high figure 8,000,000 soldiers, "in the course ofa A Rural Scene in FIRST-AID RELIEF FOR MINORBURN5,5ALD5UT5

0 f $34,188,543,494. few hours and after a simple

_; He says, however, order." The premier declared the Pleasing Stitchery
that better business world is in the throes of an irresistible' I

; will run tax receiptsup '' re-armament race and Italy
must reject the idea of eternal 0
$12,000,000 higher '
(' up than was expect- peace which he said is "foreign to / SOOTHES / -H_ LP5HfAUHB

: ed. The President's our creed and to our temperament." '
For simple burns and cuts,Cuticura Ointment is a wonder.
He asserted that the armed forcesof
revision covered the
1 i"' president fully soothing dressing.Excludes air from sensitive spots
.; fiscal year that be- ROOSeveltgan Italy are more efficient than ever relieves irritation,promotes quick healingAlso .
July 1 last and as a consequence of the Ethiopianwar helps_
.-' prevent red.rough hands promoting a smooth velvety .
,:' will end June 30, 1937. During hist and that the 60,000 men engaged ROUGH I whiteness.Use together with fragrant.mildlymedicatedCuticuraSoaa.
Each25c.Write"Cuticura"Dept.22,Maiden,Mass for FREE ,
,absence from the capital it was issued in the maneuvers are but a sample.

r":. by Acting Budget Director modest and almost insignificant partof
(, Daniel W. Bell. the country's actual war strength. HANDS EUTICURA OINTMENT

rc' The chief items changed by the Germany's new army of a mil-
yeti- estimate were: lion men, created by Hitler's order

.;' 1. Receipts, fixed at $5,665,839,000. doubling the term of compulsory -
ti' 2. Expenditures.at $7,762,835,300. military training, is to be financed -
'.' 3. Gross deficit for the year at by increased taxes on all
: .
$2,096,996,300. ,companies and corporations by 25 Nia I 1

: 4. Public debt on June 30, 1937, per cent for 1936 and by 50 per halga a : %
at $34,188,543,493.73. cent for 1937. Mpg o.UfF1
These estimates compared with Stl-a S

January figures as follows: JAPAN proposes to build up a ; a e8b__ tSi ('J""A T
1. Receipts of $5,654,217,650. submarine fleet approximately Pattern 5602 ,

2. Expenditures of $7,645,301,338. 30 per cent larger than that of either uj; .
The Duck Pond"a
3. Deficit of $1,098,388,720. Great Britain or the United States. quiet, .
;3; 4. Public debt at end of year of Such was the substance of a note shady nook where graceful ducks
yt $31,351,638,737.The delivered by the Japanese embassyin float'to and fro, is a charming sub-

$2,000,000,000 deficit Mr. London to the British foreign of- ject indeed for a wall-hanging, the
x Roosevelt estimated is the lowest of fice. The decision replaces the sub- detail will prove fascinating to

the.New. Deal. Regarding this fig- marine parity among the three pow- embroider. It's no' time before
'' : ure the President said: ers established by the 1930 London every stitch is in, done in wool or
"The estimated deficit for 1937 is naval treaty. rope silk, and you're ready to line
'$2,096,996,300 which includes $580- and hang it. b
Japan notified Great Britain thatit
000,000 for statutory debt retirement was determined to keep afloat In pattern 5602 you will find a 4

payments 11,059 tons of destroyers and 15- transfer pattern of a wall hanging
15 by 20 inches; material require- '-Il.--
598 tons of submarines above the
sation payment act. ments; illustrations of all stitches
1930 London treaty quotas. This
: "Deducting the nmount'of the tonnage, if the treaty's provisionswere needed; color suggestions.To .
debt retirement leaves obtain this pattern send 15
: statutory .
carried out, would be scrappedat
,: net deficit of $1,516,996,300. the end of, this year. cents in stamps or coins (coins --
'I "This does, not mean that there preferred) to,The Sewing Circle
The Japanese note was in reply to
will be an increase in the public Household Arts Dept., 259 W.
Great Britain's memorandum of
.r debt of this amount for the reason Fourteenth St., New York, N. Y. Ii
July 15, 1936, invoking the "escapeclause" g
Y2 that it is contemplated during'the Write plainly pattern number;
of the first London treaty in
to reduce the working balance name and address. ,
year your
order to increase its destroyer ton- : Rip
',y- of the general fund" by approximately nage above the pact's allowance. GO FARTHE&t
F $1,100,000,000. Yards of Rain ,
Japan gave the lack of sufficient

s' ., was What that Mr.instead'Roosevelt of borrowing meant by.mon-this excess destroyers as its reason for. Inches are inadequate in meas- t i BEFORE YOU NEED A QUART
retaining a surplus in submarines.The
recent rainfall in NorthernQueensla'nd
to cover the difference between'
ey Brit-
United States, like Great
; and the Australia. Tully reports -
receipts expenditures,
; ain has decided ,it must keep in
Treasury,would dip into the general 7 feet of rain in 10 weeks.
service after the end of the year
fund for $1,100,000,000: Innisfall 'and 'Babinda had more
... '40,000 tons of over age destroyersin than 6 feet and they were run
excess of the total permitted by
; D. ROOSEVELT and close by several other towns.
: rival candidatesfor the 1930 treaty. Mackey could report only one and

the presidency, met in Des one half yards, but its total rain-
Moines, Iowa, in their respective SHOULD war break out in Europe, fall, if up to the :average, should Always adding oil? Then make s
nce counts on having the enough to float a battleship 4
capacities of President of the United measure the "First Quart" test. It's easy.
powerful Polish on her side. .
t States and governor of Kansas, and army
discussed the problem of relief for Consequently the week long vi'=it Just drain and refill with Quaker

the drouth sufferers and prevention of Gen. Edward Two ThingsThere State. Note the mileage. You'll -
Rydz Smigly, in- -
r of future drou hs.'lith them were e
: the governors of other midwestern spector general of are.two things which grow find you go farther before you
states. Governor Landon was pre- that army, and a stronger in the breast of man, in
pared to offer for consideration theca Polish military mis- proportion as he advances in have to add the first quart. The

program for ,long distance drouth sion to France was' years: the love of country and retail price is 35t per quart
relief which he submitted to Harry made the occasionof religion. Let them be ever so

L. Hopkins, WPA administrator, elaborate cere- much forgotten in' youth, they Quaker State Oil 'Refining

-" during the more serious drouth of monies. The train sooner or later present themselvesto Co., Oil City, Pennsylvania.
1934. It was said to resemble in carrying the Poles us arrayed in all their charms,
many particulars the plan the Pres- crossed the borderat and excite in the recesses of our e

'- ident has been advocating in recent Belfort and there ..... hearts an attachment justly due
Ar' speeches and is a joint federal- General Rydz-Smig- Gen.: tydz- I to their beauty.-Chateaubriand.;
ly was received by .
.' state !
? : program. the commanding Smigly. ,
Just before the Des Moines conc -
generals of the area and reviewed
ference got under: there were
thousands of troops of the frontier
rainfalls in Missouri Kansas
heavy ,
regiments. Going thence to Paris,
and Oklahoma which weather fore-
the Poles were accorded the high-
iLi V
: casters thought were "the begin- 4JiJ
est military honors and the crowdsin
ning of the end of the drouth. .
the decorated streets cheered
them lustily.
FRANCIS B. SAYRE, assistant .. ri "
secretary of state in charge of Dinners for the guests were given i pr

reciprocal trade agreements, has I by President' Albert Lebrun, Premier V X/
returned from a six weeks' tour ofI' Leon Blum and Foreign Min-
ister Delbos. Later they were takento
Europe, and the de-
partment has the Franco-German frontier "
drive to expand beguna where they inspected the famous' ; : Y PR. PAUL G. PICK Spy
Maginot defense line of concrete
that favorite
gram of Secretary pro- and steel strongholds and passages. -; ,.. ''OF CHICAGO FED A Variety of meals

: ail >W"nf Hull. Fourteen of F to Human Subjects-THEN X-"Rayed Them $Ol/r ,

those agreements IN AN appeal to the Supreme } r To SEE Which Food Digest Most Eeadily.'SMS 1sA1 RrANr
( already have been 1 of the United States the S>'
.:_ signedand a survey Virginian Railway company madean T ; f Ein
I''. Was Pasted In The Stomach 45 Minutes ESeft
< is being made of attack on the provisions of the 4
: other nations with railway labor act authorizing collec- + Faster Than Fneakfast. 2. "* r.

ti which trade pacts tive bargaining between representatives ;
i-\; _v---_ may be concluded. of the employees and the car- -, : BREAKFAST 1 BREAKFAST 2 puff c oos 50 e
r:};. F.B. Sayre J Q,,
During the next fiscal riers. Quaker Bacon and Egg, R ER
:':. year negotiations will be opened The railroad appealed from rub Puff C1 cepr Toast Coffee r For
with as many as possible old officials ings by the Eastern Virginia Fed- <_ as well
ti'-, said as many as a dozen new eral District court and the Fourth '. Breakh As
,''- treaties may result. Ten months remain Circuit Court of Appeals requiring .,I,' "i ,, INNER ;
before the power given the it to negotiate concerning WAX BAG THIS FAMED RICE FOOD

President by congress to, negotiate disputes with a unit of the American = IS SHOT FROM GUNS. ;
) such pacts expires. Federation of Labor. It con- 1 1SE
Officials declined tr specify which tended the legislation, passed in ONLY QUAKER MAKES IT i

,. nations may be approached on pos- 1926 and amended in 1934, violatedthe 'mmm u SO CRUNCHY, CRISP AND / _
sible trade pacts until the study of Constitution by depriving it of o'i CARTON FLAVORY. EVEN THE '
trade and trade trends between the liberty and property, and attempting -
United States and other nations to regulate labor relations with PACKAGE IS TRIPLE SEALED 'I

gives an indication of which might employees engaged solely in intra- r WRtl WgX TO GUARD FRESHNESS. 1 :
prove most profitable. state activities. A k

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"------- -------- Sure Vacation ';1
Thing Buddy Memories
IMPROVED A Happy Man ;
BRISBANETHIS Easterner-I was out West this I
., UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL Want the Key? LJE _CANNOT be an unhappy summer. : !
*, man who has the love and '
i1 I Westerner That so? Wasn'tthem ''a',
A couple of Englishmen stroll- smile of woman to accompany hills- ''
WEEKHear LessonBy ing down Broadway met one of him in every department of "The old bus averaged 350.miles
New York's nest, and one of life. The world may look dark a. day." ,I
REV. HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. them, declared rather hesitatingly: and cheerless without, enemies "Wasn't them hills-" -
the Noble Lord Doan of the Moody BIble Institute "We'd like to visit Radio City." gather in his but .-i S
of Chicago. may path; "We had only two punctures." ,
* He Sees a New GermanyA Western Newspaper Union. 'In London, so the Englishmenhave when he returns to the fire- "Wasn't them-" '"

Must, for the U. S. A. told their American friends, side, and feels the tender love "Got eighteen miles to a gal I

Strength Alone ProtectsAn Lesson for September 20 a bobby asked,for directions in the of woman, he forgets his cares Ion" :
same declarative manner would and troubles, and is a com- "Wasn't' them-" ,
association called" "The Anglo,, have said: paratively happy man. He is "And 200 miles to a quart ot
German Fellowship, a name which CHRISTIAN.LMNG "Righto, sir. Just hop a num- but half prepared for the jour- oil."
shows that ,men ber so-and-so bus and ride to such- ney of life who does not take "Wasn't-"
-. I forget wars as LESSON TEXT-Romans 12:1-3, 9-It. and there with him that friend who will
GOLDEN TEXT-Christ Itveth In me. and-such, you are. "Didn't stop at one garage."
: easily as they do -Galatians 2:20. What the New York copper said, forsake him in no emergency, "Was-"

seasickness, gavea PRIMARY TOPIC-How Jesus .Want after a puzzled pause, was: who will divide his sorrows, "Boy, it was a wonderful trip!",
dinner in Lon- His JUNIOR Friends TOPIC-Paul to Act. Explains Howto "Well, buddy, I don't know increase his joys, and throw "Yes, but the scenery?"
don in honor of
the Duke and Act. what's to stop you.) Boston sunshine amid darkest scenes. "What scenery?" '.
INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOP- Globe. -Kansas City Tribune.
Duchess of IC-What Is Christian Llvlngr
a Germans as -How to Live as a Christian.As the evils of the world
are REWARD RESTS ON so long' Sages and MartyrsTo
was the British weighing heavily upon my spirit-
royal family orig- month a fitting study conclusion of ,the Spread to a three-of EFFORT, WISDOM wars, strikes, poverty, hunger, know how to say what others -

inally. Christianity Ho the gentile peoples OF THE BUSY BEEI greed, cruelty. It may be, I only know how to think is
other thought that will have to be what makes
Among men men poets or sages;
of Western Asia, we consider the '
speakers at the teaching of the great apostle to turned back to the soil for a thou- and to dare to say what others.

dinner. Lord the Gentiles concerning "Christian- went into my garden this sand years or so to exorcise them.' only dare to think makes men .\
Lothian talked morning and there in the morning It may bethat the remedy, as in martyrs.

Arthur Brisbane about war, the :I Living.The early chapters of Paul's sunshine, ,among the apple trees, ancient times, lies here upon the

importance of doing something toI epistle to the Romans present the I began opening my bee hives to .open land.I .
satisfy Germany, now that Germanyis greatest exposition of profound look for queen cells. Presently I thought, as I knelt there by my seeking by silly force or sillier
strong enough to fight back. Christian doctrine ever written. was conscious of a bird singingin hives, that one cannot fool a hive duplicity' to satisfy his greed 'by
the, apple tree just over my of bees! There is no gambling
But even as it is true that the short-cuts. We who kneel by our
J) Lord Lothian has discovered thatit fruit of Christian living can grow head. It was the "Easy-so easyso short-cut, to honey: no getting by hives know well that it cannot be
is to deal with the of Christian doc- easy" of one of our most cheer- with clever words. Reward rests .
one thing dissatisfied only on tree done. We know that the attempt
populations when they are unarmed 'trine, it is equally true that the ful neighbors, the, song sparrow. exactly upon effort, effort exactly to do it results in what
we see
and a very different thingto knowledge of Christian truth should "So easy indeed! said I. "It is upon knowledge.Man .
deal with the same dissatisfied result in Christian living. "Faith precisely the advice I need-on a is constantly forgetting this abroad in the world today:

populations when they are fully without works is dead." fine morning like this, in sum- law, becoming impatient of this hatred, bitter depression and dis
armed. Our lesson pointedly presents the mer." order, despising the slow proc- may. It cannot be done-David!

The British made that discoveryfor true Christian life as beingI. It was then I began to think of esses of creation and growth, Grayson in Cosmopolitan.

themselves long ago, before A Life Yielded to God (Rom.
Lord Lothian was born, in the 12:1-3)).
process of building up their great A recognition and deep apprecia- 1i
empire. If the Boers, Hindus, Zulus tion of the mercies of God leadsto
and some others had been as a yielding of body and mind in S 5f .
thoroughly armed as they were living sacrifice to God. If we are
thoroughly dissatisfied, the British Christians our bodies are the tem-
empire would be smaller. ples of the Holy Spirit. We must

Americans who want to know not lend our bodies to activities

what Europeans, including the Eng- which destroy their usefulness or
lish, are thinking and planning, will hinder our service for God but
be interested in the following state- rather yield the body with. all its
ment by Lord Lothian concerning abilities to God!
Germany. It has been suggestedthat But after all "it is the insideof

England and France should a man that counts." The pre- }}.L '4'rlr.rv !}4iii. : itir'} Irjllr{s ry:a4r}:j ir
senting of the body in living sacri- iES} nY:' } }:}
pacify Germany by giving back :s.+ y rr. r.p r.i Jv.rrv
fice is possible only when there {:}}r:}} rr'+ :r, k4n. : r {.ir
some of the colonial properties tak- :{ rirs'yft} {r. iiir rr v.7, S. 1 ry.xr
en from Germany at the end of the has been the inner transformationby J f:'f.}!' :r ,: vlr SSlrS r.1 Si': 4.
Lord Lothian is of the the renewing of the mind. One
war. one k1gc 1kr ((f x
numerous Englishmen who do not cannot live physically without be- 1
believe in "giving things back." ing born;' it is equally impossibleto rfAHf'Ql /
,Said he: live a Christian life without having // 7/
been born again. >
"Personally, I do not believe that
The Christian life is yielded to
i the problem can be solved along the
God not only for its own peace TWO EITRA IATERS OF 6UM
lines of the restoration
to Germanyof
and satisfaction, but it is ,to be
the old German colonies. That
would not solve Germany's difficul- II. A Life of Service (vv. 9-15). DEEP CUT NONSKID TREAD

ties, and things have changed since We are not saved by serving but NORE RUBBER OM THE ROAD

1914. The question must be con- we are saved to serve. 4.4021 6UM DIPPED CBRD OODT
sidered on much wider lines. All In the first place the Christian IONGER NONSKID MILEASE
the colonial nations must be willingto serves the Lord. He abhors evil,
make their contribution to a but his life is not merely negative,
transfer of territory. The new worldas for he cleaves to that which is ; :

well as the old must be willingonce good. He is not lazy, but diligent.His .
more to reopen its doors to spirit is aglow with zeal for
trade and migration." God and his cause. He is full of
joy and hope, patient under trials,
a man of steadfastness in prayer.
The statement of the noble lord
Such a man will not fail to serve
that "the new world as well as the his fellow-man. He ,will really love
old Must be willing," etc., has no the brethren, not merely make a
pleasant sound in American ears. hypocritical show of loving them. FEW car owners realize how easily an new Firestone Standard Tires are made possible '

The word "must," especially, is He will seek the honor of others perfect trip can be spoiled by because Firestone saves you money five ways-
one that a wise Englishman could rather than his own glory. He
hardly apply to the United States will be given to the almost lost tire trouble. Now Firestone makes it possible buying better raw materials at the source,

after 1776., Lord Lothian probably art of hospitality. He will be readyto for you to equip your car with four new controlling every step in processing the raw
meant that the United
States stand by his brother, in the
"ought," not that it "MUST," once day of joy or of sorrow. He will tires that will give you blowout protection, material, more efficient tire manufacturing,

more reopen its doors to trade and go even further, for he will bless non-skid safety and, long mileage-at volume production and more economicaldistribution. 4
migration.The those that persecute him. .
United States, it is to be The measure is not yet full for prices remarkably low.. .

hoped, will decide for itself about we note next that the Christian '
reopening its doors to trade and lives- Ever since the fOR PASSENGER CARS fOR TRUCKS AND BUSES Come in today

immigration. This country needs IU. A Life of Humility (v. 16). introduction of the new -" and see this amazing

more of the immigration that made In these days when we are urgedto $7.45 6. 20. $16.95 take
io. it what it is-it is NOT Firestone Standard Tire 4:50-20. ()()' new tire. Don't
t a redskin assert ourselves, to demand our
W country, its people came from Eu- rights, to "succeed", ,at any cost, the Firestone factories 45021. 7.75 65020. Z1.95 chances onunsafe tires.

rope more, and of the it needs same many kind. millions It also and their when worldly men are achievements measured, by it have been running day 47519. 8.Z0 70020. 9.10 Let your Firestone

needs, and the majority of its peo- sounds rather old-fashioned to talk and night to take care 5.00-19. 8.80 750.20: 35.0 Auto Supply and
ple intend to keep, American jobs
about about condescending
; humility, -
American wages and American to lowly things, of not being of the demand. Car 5.257. 9.45 82520. 49.30 Service Store o r

money for the people who live and "wise in our own conceits." owners were quick 5.25-18. 9.75 90020. 60.75 Firestone Dealer
work in the United States. But humility is still the crowning
grace of a truly Christian life. to recognize the 5.50..17..10.70 30x5. Z1.30 equip your car

There is nothing like being strong Those who follow the lowly Jesus, outstanding safety and 55019. 11.Z0 32x6. .. 36.5 with a new set of
and prepared for trouble. You in fact as well as in profession Standard
no- of this Firestone -
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appears weak, and mightiest for God when remarkable new tire. Tires-first choice of
in the of France and
eyes 65016. 14.75 34x7- 48.65
other nations surrounding her today they are humble. The extra values in the thrifty car owners.
as compared with the years Note also that we follow a vic Other Sizes Priced Proportlonalel,Low Other SIzes PrIced Proportlonatel1
after the war. Hear Lord Lothian torious Christ who calls us to
ou that subject: IV. A Life of Victory (vv. 17-21). Sentinel BRAKE

"Germany now has both equalityand It is possible to talk much about p1.t t built of good LINING .
strength. Reparations have the victorious life-to discuss it at materials by skilled S 9 Q U Firestone brake
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News Glade. He explained that his motion Everett Forbes and his brother Sixth Grade-Miss Lavonia Cong- and this assessment was made the

The Clewiston died for lack of 'a spcond. A divided mound duties for Belle don-20. same as last year, 31836.97 for I

committee reported, however, thatit Glade while Harold Brenner, Carol- There are 18 enrolled in the sev- debt service and I'M,091.42 for
interviewed Walter Hooker, ton and Virgil Lawrence divided maintenance. No millage is levied,
Published every Friday in Clewiston, had enth grade. 11 In the eighth, 12 tit '
member of the board of sup- time for the local team. the taxation plan being to set flat
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, another in the ninth, 14 in the tenth, 13 in I
Inc. ervisors, and that he is wholeheartedly The Belle Glade boys had little the eleventh and 6 in the twelfth. amount to be raised and levy

in favor of the move to Belle trouble hitting any kind of ball The high school faculty is composedof against each piece of property according -

Glade on October 15. In the motion I pitched and the greater number of Prin. B. E. Herring, Miss Mary to the benefits derived. The :

Bowden Editor passed by the group a request was:: their runs were earned through con- : Snell, Miss Dorothy Lockhart and district is divided into three zones t

Keathley made that "all employes of the district secutive hits. Matthew Morrison. .for this purpose. .

be requested to live within its There was some discussion of the

boundaries." Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Lovvorn, FRED MORRIS APPOINTEDTO possibility of making repairs to the

Entered as second class mail mater Another resolution was adoptedby of Canal Point, are spending a few MEDITATION BOARD I spillway at the Hicpochee end of the

: February 1, 1927, at the Post the gathering in which the board days here with Mr. Lovvorn's sister, gravity canal outlet to the district
Clewiston, Florida, under Mrs Keathley Bowden and Mr. Bowden but
Office in no definite action
I of supervisors were asked to give a Miami, Sept. 17 (FNS) Word was
3 1897. This week concludes a two
March ,
(be Act of
detailed account of the expendituresof of appointment of Frei Morris, Miami -
week vacation for Mr. Lovvorn, the
a loan of $120,000 received from labor leader, to a state medi-]
greater part of which has been spent
Subscription rate, $2.00 per year. the Reconstruction Finance corpor- tation board for consideration: of a.M.CMJSECounselor
visiting relatives in other parts of
Advertising rates on application. ation. A committee was appointed the stat. complaints by WPA workers that and Attorney at Law

by H., H. Wedgworth, chairman,. to i they are not being paid the prevail- Hopkins Building

study the immediate needs of the I ing wage scale, was received here
Devoted to the advancement and district and contact the supervisors School Opened- this week from Wendell 'C. Heaton, Wednesdays and Saturdays

welfare of Clewiston and Hendry before the next meeting in order president of the Florida Federa-I 9:30 to 4:00TfUami'

County. that the full financial report may be (Continued-Prom Page One) tion of Labor. I
The committee Mr. Morris and other members of
read at that time. Mr. Moriison and made a brief talk

consists of Roscoe Braddock, chairman in which he urged the cooperationof the board, W. K. Cleghon' of' St. ,
The WPA concert went over with Albert Kruze and Tom Davis of :
Joe Friedheim, all patrons during the year and Petersburg Pen- :
a band even if the bugs did try to George Rawls and Joe Wood. expressed himself as anticipating the I sacola, were called; to Jacksonville' fLOiuDA

hug the spotlight. Another committee headed by I best school year, Clewiston had ever Wednesday to consider complaintsof

Herbert D. Beck as chairman, was had with a co-operative board of I wage discrimination made by the
Suggested safety precaution to the draft for workers in several sections of the
chosen to by-laws a per- trustees, county board and excellent
proper authorities; School zone manent organization, the name of faculty, live P.-T. A. organizationand state, including Miami, Tampa and m

signs painted on the highway in the which will be selected at some future other groups to help. He stated Key West.

vicinity of the school. date. On Mr. Beck's committee that it would be his desire to encourage Mr. Heaton said that the board

are Holger Lyngholm, Joe Wood, students to accomplish would consider both sides of the "WRJ

Florida motorists pay the highesttax H. H. Wedgeworth, J. E. Beardsley rather than using compulsory meth- cases and: make any necessary recommendations ; ._
of state in the Union statistics to comply with the
any and a representative of the ods. He expressed his satisfaction

show. Have you considered States Sugar Corporation to be that the value of physical trainingas I presidential order that WPA wages I
in V-8 for a bicycle? equal the prevailing wage of the
trading your chosen by that concern.In well as mental had been recog- .
commenting on the RFC loan nized and that a coach had been secured I community.' 4

If the Spaniards get any more of $120,000 Supervisor J. F. Scullen for the school but stated that

bloodthirsty, American automobileswill that certain standards of study would Disston Island
explained to the gathering sev- I
be satisfied with sec- Jljt f1jj liiI
have to
eral projects were set up when the have to be maintained. He closed by
ond place in the race for taking of loan was secured but to date manyof I asking again for the co-operation of I Supervisors Meet

lives. them remain incomplete. Manyof the patrons and requesting that any

the completed projects took more 1. problems which had to do with .
Another school term has begun money than anticipated thus leaving school work be referred to him or (Moore Haven Democrat)

and we hope that it will be the most much-needed work in the district -I to the other teachers first. The supervisors of the Disston Island -

successful Clewiston has ever had undone, ,the supervisor said. Rev. Logan pronounced the ben- Drainage District held their an- a
and will set a record for accomplishment ediction. nual meeting Wednesday afternoonin
Another meeting is scheduled for
along every l line. the office of J. M.. Couse,-secretary Stop at the
the hall The students then -
next Tuesday night in same were sent to
and every landowner in the conserv- their various classrooms and the of the board. Tho three mem- jiotelpotciclaS42
The State Road Department says bers :
were present J. E. Frierson
; ,
ancy district is urged to be present. Junior and Senior high school students -
they haven't any money to push the chairman, Glen H. Williams and R.
went through their regular
construction of Road 26 from Miamito Y. Patterson, of Clewiston.The .
CHURCH OF GOD IS daily in ten minute
the Lake this :year but the busKnesslike chief of this annual
RECEIVING NEW PAINT iods, finishing exactly at twelve I
method in which Miami is o'clock with all assignments for the'I meeting is to make the tax assessment -
setting out to find out why there for the district for the AW Outride Roonts AViHi
The Church of God, located on following day and all books distrib ye.rI
-iv be funds forthcoming that did- Bath ,-
Pacific Avenue, is 'getting a new uted. Preliminary work done by I Private
-ealtze they had.
paint job through the cooperationof Prin. Herring resulted in there being -
members. The first coat was applied a sufficient quantity of books to
Those who have never watchedthe Announcement
week Geo. Smith, J. B. furnish pupil. On -: :--
this by every Tuesday every ; Overlooking .Biscayne Ba,'
planting of cane could get a ring-
Brantley and Jimmy Holland. The class was at work in mid-term
Since the closing of the
side seat this week on the highway
second coat is expected to be start- form and the patrons and teachers Two blocks to Shons, Theatre and
just west of the city limits. In the
ed this coming week. The congre- have both expressed themselves as CHRISTIAN BERBER SHOP Business Section.
north side of the road a tract was
gation also expects to ceil and re- grateful that- the term has started.
being planted while' on the south T. C. 'e
floor the structure in the same man- off so'' smoothly. (Shorty) RATES ,
side negroes were cutting cane for
planting. ner. The teachers and the enrollments. MusgraveIs

are as follows: $1.50 Single

SINGING CONVENTION First Grade-Miss Saundal Wat- Employed In
Ten years ago today the first severe I
hurricane since the settlement -- son-28. Turner's Barber $2.50 Double
The Hendry County Singing Convention Second Grade-Mrs.' Elta Prewitt3 Shop
of the Everglades struck Miami and
t the Okeechobee region, concentrating will be held next Sunday afternoon -- :. I in Hopkins BuildingAnd Special Family, Weekly &
in the school auditorium Vuird Grade-Miss Lucille Hamp-
its fury on Moore Haven. Two grammar solicits the patronage of all Monthly RatesS.
at LaBelle with Dennis ton-15.
years later, almost to the day, an-
Small, president of the Convention Fourth and Fifth Grades-Mrs. his 2ormer customers. D. McCREARY, Proprietor
: other one of the same proportions
presiding. Everyone is invited to at- Rumbley-15 and .11.I' .
[ struck the Palm Beaches and the

r t south side of the Lake with even tend.

; greater damage and loss of
r life. And today along the North
Carolina coast another hurricane is
r; raging. September may well be regarded --
of the Sun-
i; as the month of hurricanes monthly meeting

, but with the greater part of the day school officers an dteachers of SAVINGS SAFETY DIVIDENDS
the Community Church was held
" Lake people situated behind im-
Monday evening at the home of Dr.
mense levees built by Uncle Sam, the !
hurricane fear is gradually passing and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle.

I away' and: while everyone is 'wary of A young people's Sunday School I
class organized with Mrs. M. .- '"
was -
l-- an approaching storm there are few 'J "
. who view with alarm any danger day school' officers and teachers R'I ;'/l'--i: :;': '.::'.:.'- >:""r.t r :: : Record of Dividends of

to their lives. Lawler as teacher. The class '
r' Clewiston Home Building Association
hold its first meeting next Sunday. -

Everyone is urged to attend and I
S. F. C. Landowners
class he chooses.
. one may join any RATE _KATE I
:" Those attending were: Mrs. V. A. ... "
s f Ask For Accounting YEAR :A':. PERCENT YEAR PERCENT
Allen, Mrs. C. H. Berner, Mrs. M. R. e

1"1"f Lawler. Mrs. F. H. Moltz, Mrs. Foy J 1928 :-. .:.: 5.5 1933 6 ( -

f In but Durrence Mrs. A. W. Sias Mrs. .
a spirited friendly meet- .
! ing held Tuesday night in the Am- W. Lawrence, Mrs I. M. A'I) 1 1929 .... 7 1 1934 6
erican Legion hall in Belle Glade Air. and Mrs. B. E. Herring, R. V '
: 1930 4 1935 6,
. 50 landowners in the South Florida Smith and F.. M. Wright. N'I /. .t .. ;. y. ;
r Conservancy district all but demanded ;.' ;" '> ..' .. .f' -' : ,. '" 1931 4 1 1936 6
f .
.. : <. ',:t.; : 'i\t.'>.{.. .
that the supervisors of the district SCOUT PATROL : '' 0. '

r give them "better drainage at I '\\trY: ;; / 1 1932 ::, :-6

:i less cost." The 50 landowners represented Since the opening of school a Boy I : .:- _: >: ,"" .
i... a total acreage of 3,500 Scout is being stationed at the prin- .' 'I.

:.; and R. Y. Patterson, chairman of cipal crossings used by the pupils ':.. -: < <. -;." '..,; < >. .: i;:. f": ;::;: i't.; .-; : .'
:: the board of supervisors of the dis- across the highway to wave a warn- .: ; ,. ; CALL BY THE HOMEBUILDING

.: trict, gave the United States Sugar ing flag to motorists' and to help '
." corporation holdings' as "around the smaller children across the. high- :

[:: 9,000 acres in the district." way. So far it has fallen to Frances Invest your savings for safety and a good THING TOMORROW AND I

S The landowners present at the 'Wright to do all the work putting in return. Home Building has never paid ;
meeting represented tracts varying a half hour in the morning, a half TALK THINGS VER.

from one acre in size up to 440 acres hour at noon and another half hour dividends of less than 4 percent per year.

It was from among this groupof after school when the children are In these days of reduced interest on sav-
I.ft men that spirited speeches were coming to and from school. He will

made in which it was pointed out be assisted by other Scouts when thr ings accounts;. and reduced returns on other .

that "excessive funds" are being troop is reorganized, forms of investment Home Building offers I "
spent in certain parts of the district Motorists are urged to use extreme '
ri' while no funds at all are being caution when driving ove' the conservative, thrifty investor the in- 'V '. 'f ,

r-k'r disbursed in other parts' where this section of the highway near the vestment best suited to his needs. In-
drainage is necessary. school regardless of the hour. I

The fact that the general offices vestigate Clewisjton Home Building Asso-

1. of the conservancy district are located BELLE GLADE DEFEATED
ciation ; whether intend investing as
r. in Miami met disapproval of LOCAL TEl SUI DA" you CLEWISTONHOME

k; the little as $5.00 per month or as much as
resolution BUILDING
f.:, .The Clewiston baseball team was
$1,000.00 in a sum you'll find a
r."r.l: questing the supervisors of the district ;again defeated by Belle Glade last 'lump ASSOCIATIONPHONES

1 L. to move headquarters to Belle Sunday 9-7 which will probably be Home Building program adapted to your

Glade. J. F. Scullen, a member,. of the last game played by the locals 102103Co"

t.:.:" the .board of supervisors, read a this year. The game was played in requirements. f ft a

:. motion' he presented. to the board 'Belle Glade and went only seven innings J

several weeks ago which called for as another game was to be i Ji t

removal of the offices to Belle I played! by the Belle Glade team.


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.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. ... i MliS. RACKSTHAW GIVES building will eliminate the necessity ; I'
TEA FOR MRS. SHELLEY I of these workers having to drive as :,

l Personal MentionJay f. I F Stop Racing 'Round Kitchen I far as 27 miles a day to reach work ',:\
: Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw entertained from living accommodations now ;','

@> <..:......................................................................,........ Friday afternoon at her home witha available, said Watson. .
; la.n.: tea honoring Mrs. Z, H. Shelley Work on the four projects should ...;
''I W. I left .Sunday x '!if;gft who has been the guest of her sons, begin not later than October 1st by
New York business.Mrs.
on .
.. -, T. B. Shelley and Emmett Shelley.Ice the terms of PWA grants and loans

J. E. Butler was a visitor in f cream, cup-cakes and lemonade for construction of the four jobs., ;
were served to: Mrs. C. L, Moran -
West Palm Beach Monday.Mrs. I -I
I :Mrs. G. E. Smith, :Mrs. F. Deane ------ i

Duff, Mrs. M. E. VonMach, Mrs. H. NORGE REFRIGERATORS '
Wu C. Prewitt was a visitorIn '1
I J. B. Scharnberg, Mrs. C. L. Downs, /
West Palm' Beach Friday. Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, Mrs. W. F. Furniture and Home Furnishings

Simpson, Mrs M. S. Ludekens and PHILCO RADIOS .
Miss Olive Laurenson is spendinga '
the honor guest.
week in Ocala visiting her sister.
-- I: Household FurnishingsInc.

Sidney Hoover left Wednesday for '
:Miami where he will spend his two I BELLE GLADE, FLORIDA
weeks vacation.
--- Tallahassee, Sept. 17 (FNS).--1 :j
Mis. J. F. Tippey and Mrs. J. E. Bids for construction on the new -'q,
Johnson spent Friday of last weekin $250,000 annex to the state capitol 1 ,B. MershonAGENT
Pahokee. and a $180,000 state chemistry
building will be opened here by the
Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Jones and state sometime next week, accord-
daughter Marianne, left Monday for t1i ing to an announcement of Ross New York Life *' 7j 7:

Atlanta for a two week's visit. Sc Watson, director of institutional

-- building programs for Florida. Insurance, Company :a
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Johnson left I. Construction bids for completionof .J-
Tuesday to spend a vacation in the John F. Seagle building of the I
Jacksonville and Charleston, S. C. University of Florida in Gainesville'
were received Monday by the boardof
I Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Allen were control in meeting here. The Uni-
) waste
your energy racing It is neither difficult nor expensive
visitors in West Palm Beach Sat- the kitchen between to change the location of permanent versity building represents a $200- I Liberty Point Fishing

g; urday. cabinet, sink gas range and refrigerator kitchen equipment in order 000 project, which when completed :.
__ ? Settle down to work at to make room for a convenientwork will be used for housing of various Camp
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Sparks and your ease! Experts in kitchen table in a position of good university offices and the state mu- Excellent Black Bass Fishing !!
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Redelsheimer planning suggest a work table with light. And it serves a multiple pur seum.
at Pine Island.Mr. I drawers and cupboards at either pose for here you may plan menus, BOATS TO RENT
pent Sunday side of an open center which accommodates keep household accounts, make The Seagle building, which was Artificial Bait For Sale
a high stool with a telephone calls and it comes in originally begun as a hotel and
and Mrs. Keathley Bowden comfortable back, here food may handy near the gas range when abandoned for a number of years, Follow Signs from Liberty Point
were visitors in 'West Palm Beach be prepared for cooking within some member of the family wishesa I was bought by citizens of Gaines-I corner on old Clewiston Road.J. .
: arm's reach of modern of coffee before breakfast is
Saturday. your gas cup ville and Alachua C9unty and givento L. TIND ALE., Manager.
range and refrigeratorMr. served.
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Bobby Wood, of. Belle Glade, the state with the understandingthat I '
spent Sunday here with Parker Wil it would be completed and accepted -
for use by the university.Next I
son. -- and Mrs., W. F. Jenkins and I Inn; Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Prewitt Saturday the board of com-I II

Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Allen and J. son, Jimmie, of Canal Point and. will occupy the house vacated by missioners of state institutions will
E. Tomlinson spent Wednesday and Miss Isabel Moore, of Jacksonville, I Mr. and Mrs. Hill. Mr. and Mrs. G. receive bids for construction of an Dr. A. J. LittleOsteopath ;

Thursday in Miami. spent the week-end with Mr. and E. Smith have moved into the house apartment house, to cost about $50-I
Roy Alston. formerly occupied by Mr. and Mrs. II
--- 000, at Chattahoochee. The build-I
Mrs. A. A. Munroe and Mrs. W. F. I O. A. Jones and Mr. and Mrs. Wil- ing is intended for the housing of -
spent Tuesday in W.s.t: fred Lockhart will into the I Lake;: Harbor Phone No. 1
Simpson move
12 families
Mrs. B. J. Schroeder, Mrs. Roy I the heads of which are
Palm Beach.; Alston, Miss Leo Willingham, Mrs. I Smith house. employed at the state hospital. The I
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Walter Jenkins and Miss Isobel T .
E. Tf. Benson is spending a -
Mrs. I
Moore spent Wednesday in West MRS. C. L. MOHAN IS
few weeks visiting friends in Washington -
Palm Beach.Mr. .
D. C. I TEAl

and Mrs. Carawan Nelson, of Mis. C. L. .Moran was hostess tol I
Miss Ruth Mixon returned Saturday -
from a week's vacation. visit ia Jacksonville were here this week I I a group of friends at tea Saturday I A. A. C. COo Fertilizer
for several while Mr. Nelsonwas
Miami.C. afternoon at the home of her son, r
on business connected with his
Jay W Morau.Grapejuice .
district position with the U. S. :En-;
L. Downs returned Sunday
gineers. and cookies were serv- Including the former famous Bradley Line
from a six weeks' vacation in North
c Georgia and Hendersonville, N. C. ed to: Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs. F. I.

-- Mrs. G. Etherton returned Sat Hill, Mrs. F. Deane Duff, ,Mrs M.
urday from Miami where she has I
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lott and W. Bigg, Mrs. E. C. Mills, Mrs. W. unloaded
Recently following analyses
been from :
visited convalescing an operation
children of Fort Myers Mrs performed there several weeks C._ Prewitt, Mrs. F. M. Wright, Mrs.
and Mrs. A. L. Morgan Sunday.Mr. ago.
--- She is reported. greatly improved in 0. F. Schiffli, Mrs. W. M. Redel- 2-8-10 2-8-6 0-10-10 0-9-27 s

and Mrs. Claude E. Morris of health. sheimer, Mrs. H. C. Kolstad, Mrs.J. .
Daytona Beach visited Mr. and Mrs.T. -- WI. Ezelle, Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw, Each with 200 lbs. Manganese the ton.
B. Shelley Wednesday night. i Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Hackett accompanied and Mrs. M. S. Ludekens. j
their neice, Miss Regina I
.I I
, Miss Dorothy Pierce of Belle Ann Hackett, to her home in Camilla MRS. LAWLER, ENTERTAINS

Glade visited Wednesday with Mrs.L. I. Ga., last week-end and will continue WEDNESDAY BRIDGE CLUB Due to ample purchases Potash prices are :
to Brunswick for two
A. Turner. on a --
weeks visit. Miss Hackett had been Mrs. M. R. Lawler entertainedthe RIGHT on these goods.
Parker Wilson' and Otto Larsen visiting here for two weeks. members of Tier bridge club Wed-

visited in Moore Haven Thursday nesday afternoon. her home on

night. Mrs. Z. H. Shelley, who has been the government reservation.Mrs. .
visiting her son, T. B. Shelley and R. N. Smith was the recipi- Jo. E. IJeardsleyHopkins

Mrs. 0. F. Schiffli and sons, Mrs. Shelley, returned Saturday to ent of high score prize, a wall vase;
Nicky, Dicky and Johnny, returned her home in Cuthbert, Ga. Anotherson a cream pitcher set went to Mrs. D.

Friday from an extended visit in Emmett' P. Shelley, accompanied G. Alston as cut prize and a vanity Bldg. Clewiston, Fla.i .,
Highlands, N. C. her and will spend a part of his set to Mrs. J. W. Ezelle as low score I

vacation with her there. prize. I
Mr. and Mrs. Keathley Bowden -- A delicious congealed salad, cupcakes
_. and sons, Kay and Paul, spent Fri- Among those from Clewiston attending -. and iced tea were served. I

den's day of parents last week in visiting Okeechobee.Mrs. Bow- H.the Blakely funeral in services Moore for Haven William McDonald Others playing of Belle were Glade Mis., Mrs.C.I. W.M.' .........................................................................................................................................--............................

() Thuisday afternoon were: Mrs. Pafford, Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. T. B. m. ------- ------
Mrs. Aileen House and son, Her- Keathley Bowden and R. N. Smith, Shelley and Mrs G. B. Thomas. .: I .i..i.l
schel, of Sarasota, are here to spend Carl Johnson, P.. L. Smith, Andrew,";' I .1 I X
i .:.
the week-end with her sister, Mrs. Beery, B. C. Flaniken and W.. N:. CATHOLIC MEN'S CLUB .;.., I
X.: L. Downs and Mr. Downs. Bradnack. DISCUSSES CHURCH FINANCEA

Miss Betty Spicer and Miss Ruth Out-of-town members of the local special meeting of the Catholic jl CLEWISTON GOLF I i ij iii iii.IuI'6

Knight left Saturday for Tallahassee school faculty who arrived last weekto Men's Club was held at the rectory I
to resume their studies at Flor- start teaching Monday were: Miss Monday night for the purpose of discussing -'

ida State College for Women Lavonia Congdon, of Alva; Miss Lucille I finances of the parish during COUI SE'I i iI
Hampton, of LaBelle; Miss]I the coming year and making j j I
Mrs. C. L. Moran, who has been Saundal Watson, of Quincy; Miss plans for raising necessary funds. I .
visiting her ,son, Jay W. Moran here Mary Snell, of Lakeland and Matthew The budget was finally adopted anda .:. I'' ._.

for several weeks, left Sunday for Morrison, of St. Petersburg. committee of three was appointedto .s. .;.
her home in Milledgeville, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Morrison have rented take care of the budget for the .:'. -. ', ? I ...:... -
the house vacated recently by Mrs. year: Dr. B. A. Bourne, H. T. ;:; I
Miss Frances Morgan is spendingher H. R. Knight. Vaughn and John Kettl. ,:, _
vacation in West Palm Beachas Present were: Dr. B. A. Bourne, ::: -- -- Il IlI :::
the guest of Mrs. Alice Robin Among the various changes of I H. T. Vaughn, Sidney Hoover, S. L. I fI

son. residence in Clewiston recently are Crochet, Vincent Oglesby, M. E. Von ,
the following: Mr. and Mrs. F'. I. I Mach, J. F. Tippey, Edmund Von :

Mrs.., arrived J. J. Albright Thursday, of to ColumbusGa. visit in, Hill have moved into the Clewiston Mach and Hervey Bourne. I! '... Open to. the Public ] I I:_

definitely with Mr. and Mrs. D. G.I
Alston.Mr. I I \ .:.. .s:.,

II I .yI .
and Mrs. Chas. B. Roberts ar- FOR SALE I X X:

rived Sunday from Norfolk, Va., to REGISTERED GUERNSEY BULL I .:. 'I ..s..
spend some time with their son, O. :. .., 1''y:-
o H. Roberts and Mrs. Roberts. Dropped Nov. 1 1935 j..s. I' ..

--- Sire : One of best in the entire South .t .s.Iy.
Mrs. Jennie Adams left Wednes- I
day for her home in Miami after a Grandsire : Leading production bull of ::: Moderate Green Fees :=;:

visit of several weeks with Mr. and
breed :: ::
:. Mis.\ A. L. Morgan ( Exceptional Fairways I i
Dam 400 lb. Butterfat record 2 .. I .s.
'.,. : as year
:- George and Richard Bestor left oldPriced Interesting Greens II :.;.: -Jo
... i
Saturday: to begin another year's un- I I'' .s.x

'. '. iversity training. George is attending Right I I.;:; 'JI .isy :.

t Georgia Tech in Atlanta while J. E. Clewiston Fla. -- -,--- -
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CHAPTER VIIIContinued14 courtroom where she was to be tried will rest tomorrow morning. If It's not An elevator lifted them to the hall- .5tr-

I for her life. too near noon I'll put on my first wit- way outside the courtroom where I\\c.""

made Justification- for the tak- She was not In the old Jail, but In nesses at once; I figure I'll ask you to Myrtle Lorrie was being tried; and

What : the new one on the west side of the go on In the afternoon. Say two there they met O'Mara.

ing of the life of another-of a man I city; for, together with all other prisoners o'clock." He led Beatrice Glenelth and Beatrice

you had married? awaiting trial, she had been "Yes," said Agnes. "I'll be there. Ayreforth Into the courtroom, and
her when
Martin O'Mara had said to I moved Into the fine, modern structureof "Will you?" then returned to Agnes and Jeb In WNU Service.

last he was here-on Saturday: stone and steel directly in the rear "Of course 1 will." the hall.

"When a wife kills a husband, no of the new Imposing Criminal Courts What had happened to her distress "I've one witness to finish with be-

one else ever finds out why. To save building of Cook county. 'and disturbance? He was fighting; he fore you," he said to Agnes. "He'llbe Supreme Court's Duty

her life, she'll never tell even her attorney Myrtle was now In the courtroom. had been fighting all day and was on when we start again In a few There is no expressed provision

more than a part. She shot spent, but with the fight still In him. in the United
Stella was staring at her I And she minutes. He, won't take long." And : Constitution of the
him and the fact speaks for Itself thfe She could feel It' !In his voice and she
; was staring at Stella. She couldn't ; he showed Agnes and Jeb together to States that gives authority to the

fullness of her reason. You were the take her eyes off Stella. And beside aligned herself again with him. the defense witnessroom.It Supreme Court to pass on the

first to see her afterward." Stella was Charley's kid. "How's the trial going-really?" was a plain, stern little chamber constitutionality of acts of Con

"Yes," said Agnes. Where was somebody for her? Some- "Really repeated Cathal."I with two gress.
windows a table and six
"Then you can best Judge for your- body that counted and could do good? mean with you. You know how chairs; It was vacant; but the feel of That authority was assumed by;

self-no one, who was not there can Where was Agnes Glenelth? Oh, 'whyIn many of those things are true; the pa- conflict filled it. Not the court in an opinion of Chie?
strange, with Jeb
tell you as well-what you should do. hell wasn't she here? pers don't-do they?" Justice John Marshall in the case
and Martin
Agnes arose and dressed long before The damn' room was full of people "No" said Cathal; "but some of the little room with her In the of Marbury vs. Madison, in which;

breakfast-time, though she knew she starIng; but you couldn't see them except things are true enough. But they've Cathal at least he held that it is emphatically the ....

would not be summoned to court today. Stella and Charley's kid. got nothing to do with whether she did cooler of the two.outwardly He was the province and duty of the judicial ,'.
wore a light
Both Mr. Nordell and Martin O'Mara Myrtle did her best to take It. murder. That's all. department to say what the law
suit of dark gray and he had Just
had told her that they would move for is; so if a law be in opposition tc

the exclusion of witnesses, except when For two days they fought over the Agnes hung up but sat by the tele- changed his linen; and the excitement the Constitution 'if the courts are

testifying; and In a trial for murder jury; It was Wednesday before Mr. phone without stirring. She was warm which he controlled gave him better 'to regard the Constitution and the

the Judge would so order. Nordell outlined to the 12 men at last and excited and satisfied, as she had bearing. Constitution is superior to any or-

; The morning paper came; and there selected-and the newspaper repeatedto not been all day. I "I'm sorry" the day's so hot, Miss dinary act of the Legislature the

> again was Agnes Glenelth on the page all who read-the case against Myrtle It was eleven next morning when I Gleneith he said. Constitution and not such ordinaryact
she left the house with her mother and "I don't mind. Don't bother aboutme
and Martin
beside Myrtle Lorrie Lorrie. It was bad for her; very must govern the case.
O'Mara. bad, as witness after witness built It Bee. They avoided the train. Simmons please; and don't worry. I'll try

She gazed once more at the placid, up. It was much worse than Agnes drove them, In the big car, to the city not to lose my head." Use of Time .,

:. confident countenance of Charles Lor- had expected. where they picked up Jeb. Then they Cathal ,caught breath, looking at her'

i : rle who had cast off the wife who had Agnes read It at home. For the stopped at a quiet little restaurant In her light, simple dress. Time, when well husbanded is

; married him when they both were state had decided not to call her; and where they could be alone, and where "You'll not. I'll ask you only what like a cultivated field, of which
Jeb had had luncheon ordered in know I'll ask. What the State will
young, and who had borne him his Martin O'Mara told her that he could ad- you a few acres produce more of what

:' daughter. give her at least two hours' warning vance. ask you no one .can tell; but I'll be : is useful for life, than extensive

Lorrieas The noonday was very hot. The heat, before you to help you all I can." provinces of the richest soil
:-: Here was that wife-Stella before he would put her on the witness- even ,
Indeed, supplied the third topic to the "Thank "
-, now she was; and here was their stand. you. when overrun with weeds and
people of the city; the others were the The door opened for the warning to brambles.Hume.FRECKLES.
t: She seventeen,
; daughter Janet. was She felt shaky and half sick again.
further advance in stocks and the
trial. Cathal that the judge was returningto
g;:: and she had been graduated from a These 'were matters about Myrtle Lor-
Today It seemed almost more the' ; the
courtroom. Cathal hurried,
". school In Wisconsin last week,
high rie which Martin O'Mara might not
trIal of Agnes Gleneith than of Myrtle away.
t: and had accompanied her mother yes-
have known about his client Yet now
Lorrie. Today Agnes's pictures and Agnes stood stock still for a long
: terday to Chicago to be beside her he had heard them and he continuedto
; her exceeded Myrtle's size and
minute; and Jeb merely stared at her.
mother today when Stella the first defend her. Indeed It was plainhe DISAPPEAR
had ceased to
display. Agnes care
at she dropped down
wife sat at the trial of Myrtle the upon
was fighting for her only more
what they said even about herself.
: one of the straight, hard chairs be!
second wife. /N 5 TO /0 DAYS
i. hotly.
She sat 'at the restaurant table be- seated himself
restlessly an-
Wife I Did other word In all the upon
'.,:. any describeas The newspaper writers spoke especially side Jeb, and with her mother oppositeand other. These two had nothing left to
describe-or fall to
language of how he When Mr.
fought. Bee beside her and looked downat
Only at last when Agnes
say. was
Both of
t many different relations? Nordell put a question that might have 'jellied consomme In the cup before '
the La'y'
summoned to courtroom he got
these had been wives, and of the same up ; YYfts'
; her. She lifted her spoon Into the cup, with her; but he parted with her at the
and had borne him baby
man; one a ,
but not to her lips. door of the witness-room.

and the other had killed him. "Oh Jeb could eat; Bee could eat; her "Good girl!I" he said, and gave her ;c .
Here Bert
was Bert-Myrtle's ( mother little.
_, God, Bert!1") What part had he played ,, Iced-tea.could a Agnes sipped his hand. "And good luck Glen!" And

: then to save himself he could not holdback
In the killing? Some saId-and Jeb
What Myrtle Lorrie had done-and '
existence the gibe as she went to be Martin
of them-that the
was one what Agnes Glenelth was to supporther
of Bert and the Insurance on the life In having done-dIvided O'Mara's witness. "Go get your little BLACKHEADS-DULL, DINGY SKINAll
any groupof
of Charles Lorrie completely explained people. They did not debate whethershe pal-and her lawyer Glen-their hun- you do is this: ((1)) At bedtime
dred and fifty thousand dollars for the thin film of NADINOLA
? the whole occurrence. Myrtle had shot had shot her husband; that was spread a
Cream over face-no massaging
', her husband to go off with Bertandthe undisputed. It was whether she shooting no rubbing. your((2) Leave on while you
Insurance. "should" have shot him or not; or at ; sleep. ((3)) Watch daily improvement-

Agnes shut her eyes; and she saw least whether, having done so, she CHAPTER IX usually in 5 to 10 days you will see a
marvelous transformation. Freckles,
; : herself again In that room; and she should now be punished further. blackheads disappear; dull coarsened
Jeb was against her-Jeb who, If Before she sat down In the wItness-
knew as she was returned to the feel- skin becomes creamy-white, satin-
Ing of the moment when Myrtle Lorrie j Agnes would marry him, would "tip chair Agnes stood for a moment, fac- smooth, lovely! Fine results positively

up the ''cup" of sensation with her Ing the courtroom. She had been sworn, guaranteed with NADINOLAtestedand
first clung to her that she had not
drain It to the last drop while they facing the Judge, who was beside her trusted for nearly two generations.
come In upon a wife who had Just At all toilet counters only 50c. Or
killed her husband because of anotherman both were young; and then? Why-he now at her right and a little behind write NADINOLA, Box 41, ParisTenn.

and to collect his insurance. X11 said-think now of that? her.The

Her mother had no pity for Myrtle; Jury, twelve men In two rows, Suspicion Holds

:: It was. very warm at the Jail and her mother who had given herself were at her left. A court reporter, Strange how you can stick to a
with pencil and his ,book open, was
completely to her love when
1r" sultry and sticky. Myrtle perspired young suspicion for 20 years without one
almost at her feet to her right.
and who now was being neglected for
even when she sat still after she had instance.. verification.
Directly in front of her stood Martin
another. somewhat less surely
dressed for the courtroom. Bee
f. ,. wanted Myrtle convicted. Not electrocuted O'Mara; and over his left shoulder she

: ; and She her wore her platinum wedding ring but Imprisoned at least until saw Myrtle Lorrie seated at a table. When HEADACHEIs
engagement rIng-sapphires
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she old-until for her the life Agnes would hardly have known
was ,
:. and diamond set in platinum; and she Due To ConstipationOften
, of sensation ceased. Myrtle had not the newspaper pictures -
;<:. turned them nervously on her damp I Martin O'Mara would Justify and of recent days prepared her for one of the first-felt effects

tt..:, finger. She had figured when she held of constipation is a headache. Takea
her present appearance. Myrtle was
( free her and not because he would
t':. up her finger for him to slip them on make ; by It. He could have in black with not even a touch of: dose or two of purely vegetable!
\ It, that she could get away with mar- I money ) Black-Draught!
made "fixing" taxes but he color except a piping of white In the
money : ,
riage with him. That's the sensible wayrelievethe
would not. Emotionally this sort of neck of her dress and on the sleeves.
Why not? Wasn't marriage Just living constipation. Enjoy the refresh- ',
Black became her and made her look ;
appealed to him he'wanted to ,
Ii':: with a man? Wasn't that really case ; and than she Ing relief which thousands of people
defend like this. He would even younger
He Seated Himself Restlessly, cases of Black-
: the
all there was to It? have reported from use
and It made her skin whiter. She
was ;
: He'd give her a lot of Upon Another Chair. Myrtle Draught. Sold in 25 cent packages.BLACK.DRAUCHT.
money-more had at all and little or' no
fr" The talk at the table changed noth- on no rouge

; than she'd ever seriously dreamed of a damaging answer, the'defense attor- ing. Simmons drove them at last to lipstick. She looked not In the least
:-- having; and she'd give him loving. But
ney leaped to his feet. the Criminal Courts building. A crowd like a killer.

'. hers didn't do. "I object, Your Honor I I object!" lined the curb. People were every- Mr. Nordell was a few feet from her, A GOOD LAXATIVE

They were coming for her to take "Overruled," said the Judge and told where In front everywhere inside. seated 'at another table with two

,:. her to court-to be tried for the mur- Mr. Nordell to proceed with the witness Windows 'of all the courtrooms were younger men with books and papers
der of Charley. Damn It she AFTER YOU EAT
open. Photographers formed the edgeof That was the table of "the State. Be-

...- meant to kill hIm-just to make him' "Exception! I take an exception the lane that was opened. yond were benches row after row, successful
leave her
:. alone sometimes. Exception !" O'Mara struck backat Agnes never knew, until she saw the where people sat and leaned forward. cf gas,waste material, acid,

:' Stella would be In the courtroom; the judge again and again. pictures In the papers the following You could feel-Agnes felt-the clash headaches. Take Milnesia
Stella, whom he'd given the but Wafers. Each wafer equals 4
.," Agnes could not completely under- day how she got from the car to the of the conflict which swayed them. of
who yet had showed teaspoonfuls of milk mag-
,. wife and lover. Well,up Stella'd had as an a stand It it; but she could feel the fightIn doors of the court. (TO BE CONTINUED) ciouslyflavored.20.35c&6OCWNU7 nesia. Crunchy and deli-.

advantage: she'd loved the fathead; -

she'd not had to,try to love him, thinking
38 3fl
( of somebody else. Jeb brought with him that night, the 16,110 Books Published in Britain -

late editions which carried the ,
"Can't you keep her out?" she had Break All Records ,in Production
of the afternoon session of the trial.
i asked Cathal. I -
It was worse for Myrtle-and for Ag Opening for
f "Not If she wants to come."
nes-than the morning's disclosures. Last year 10,100 books were published eased the task of those thirsting for
f "Stella ain't
so frightful for forty.
k Some of It, Jeb read to her; some he in Great Britain setting a new strictly new literature.The .
Some men might like her
yet. Aren't
left to her to read to herself. high record for book production In most Indefatigable readers ot FEMALE AGENTS'!
going to have "
.you the Jury men?
f "Yes," said Cathal. "Now Glen, what are you going to these Isles, says the Rochester Demo- the year were'the youngsters. At least

t- Then the I do?" crat and Chronicle.The Juvenile books showed the largest Increase O Makers of a well known, highly
ones can't
Stella Agnes I'll tell get from "I'm going on, Jeb. I have tohaven't 1933= total of new books was with 93 more than In 1934 ethical cosmetic preparation are )
; can.
youthere'sone I?" 192 greater than the previous year's.For Biography showed an Increase of 78 seeking: emale agents, either new !
type of, man that never liked
me similar
fiction 72. Poetry and drama Increased or currently engaged in
"Not as a defense witness. however
that's the type likes : some unexplained reason, -
Agnes, I'll bet
by 29 and fine arts ,by 24. work. Highly effective new selling
you. So have Agnes there for "I have to-if he calls me. there was a marked decreaseIn
me. seller
"Agnes !1" Cathal objected. "He!" repeated J eb. "He'll call you; the activity of pamphlet writers in Religious books by 55, literature by 43 angle makes it a sure-fire It will not be

"That's how I think of her; wouldn't but you can give him a surprise on the the British Isles so that at the end of and medicine by 5G. in 90% of to cases.purchase sample mer-.

;; you? Say,"-sudden terror took its stand. the year their aggregate output was According to expert calculations, necessary chandise if satisfactory credit references -

turn-"Agnes ain't'goIng to. throw me. "How?" 149 down OP the 1934 total. there has been an annual Increase furnished with letterof
Is she? She ain't-" "When he questions you. You see Consequently, taking books and pam- during the last ten years of about 2

"No" said Cathal. "But she won't now-you must see now-how things phlets together it seems that the output per cent In the number of books pub- inquiry.

'be there when you first come in." were. She was double-crossing her hus- of new literature of all classes lished. The reading public however, Write today, to

band for her Bert. Wasn't she?" registered a net increase of 43. On the has Increased at a rate of 15 per cent DENTON'S COSMETIC CO.

Myrtle Lorrie would have given much Cathal telephoned to Agnes at nine other hand, at least 439 new editions per annum. This Is said to explain the

this morning If she could have counted that night. of already published works helped ever-Increasing number of new edltlonsof 4402-23rd SL, Long Island City N.V.

on Agnes Glenelth's presence In the "It looks," he said "as If the state swell the 1935 literary stream but old works published every year


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;; a Doing Things Well ''Delen.dant.Not Held '))1

THE talent of success is for Act of His Arm

,more than doing
,what ,'you can well, without a. OUR COMIC SECTION A lawyer, ,defending his' client ',
thought ,of fame. If it comes on a charge of housebreaking
at all, it will come because it concluded his speech: "Youi ,"
:I is deserved, not because it' is Honor, I submit that my client did 1 I

sought after. It is very in not break into the house at all. H* '

; discreet and 'troublesome ambition I found a window open and ,merely ::1
:,1 which cares so much inserted his arm and removed

about fame, about what the I THE FEATHERHEADS .!* 00L0n.0 Busy Sign lWELLI several'trifling articles. Now, sir, .=i;

world says of us, as. to be my client's arm is not himself antsI ? ,
always looking in the 'face of 517 DOvJI4 tail to see how you can justly "

I others for approval, to be always SIT DOv4I4'-- punish the whole individual fdi i
anxious about the effectof NExr. BE ROU&IINERE an offense committed byhis limb." :

what we, do or say, (to be l tN A vJELL'FEW "Very well," said the,'judge,""I'
always shouting to hear the Mlt411TES sentence the defendant's arm to
echoes of our own' voices. IF. YOU'REBtlSy two years' imprisonment."

Longfellow. --- The
defendant smiled, unscrewed

The little things make up life. his artificial arm, and.
left the court.

Popular Dish
IfouseMd @ ,1r1
r 11 l 2 Grilled steak is America's most )

popular meat dish, with corned) .:
QUeS/iOllf beef and cabbage a close runner .

up, according to a nation-wide
D questionnaire sent out by the National
A damp cloth dipped in baking Restaurant Association.
soda will tea and coffee
remove Vegetable and onion top the list
stains from china cups. of, soups, white fish that of fish
while lettuce and tomato .is the
@) To clean glass in oven doors rul z'a51WAIT salad most in demand. Gooseberrypie

over with vinegar ,then wash with MOW- 2 o M N rRES I I I ties with apple for first place
I'M Busy
soap and water. 1.ATNow. among the sweets. More coffee is
s IN A FEW WELLAMIiWTES drunk than any other beverage

Never prune climbing roses in MINUTE OR'IoU'RE but milk: is a good second. Ai

the fall. Cut out all dead'canes .TWO-- .! for bread, white is a two to one
but wait until next spring before favorite in
everywhere the
cutting out dead shoots. NEXT IIIIlL States.

In pressing never put an ironon ASK 'IOU IF
the right side of any goods
except cotton. Always lay a cloth I you COULDCNANCE

between the iron and the goods. A
If the soil in which bulbs are i ;
30.t4CK.65< BOTTLES
to be planted is acid, work hy- I .ALL DRUGGISTS ': .. _,
drated lime into the top soil two MUFTI SHOE WHITE will notruk off.\
I Contains Ingredients of Mufti Horn Dry Cleaner\
weeks before planting. |/b CLEAN as it Whitens. Lar$*Bottles 2St
e *

I If a thick cloth is placed at the II IIe
bottom of a pan or bowl in which I Life Is DifferentAll
delicate china or glass is being men are born equal and die
washed the danger of chippingwill Western Newspaper Union' equally. But they don't live 'so.

be lessened. This will also

prevent silver from being Poorly Nourished Women-
scratched. FINNEY OF THE FORCE **Ted O'Loughlin A Bad OffenseWAIT
Associated Newspapers.-WNU Service. ...:.... -- They Just Can't Hold Up
) Are you getting proper nourish-
ment from your food, and restful
Ol'UL sleep? A poorly nourished body

Don' Sleepon CIT HIM ,just can't hold up. And as for that

l PER lEZ lh run-down feeling, that nervous fa
Left Side
tigue-don't neglect it! ,

Cardui for lack of appetite, poor I .
Affects Heart
digestion and nervous fatigue, has

Gas Pressure May Cause Discomfort been recommended by mothers to
Right Side Best daughters-women to women-for
If you toss in bed and can't sleep on over fifty years.
right side, try Adlenka. Just ONE dose
Try it! Thousands of
women testify
relieves stomach GAS on heartso
all pressing E9// Cardui helped them. Of course, if it does
you sleep soundly night.
LL4 frI not benefit YOU consult a physician.Comes .
Adlerika acts on BOTH upper and lower \\
bowels and brings out foul matter you
would never believe was in your system.
This old matter may have poisoned you to LightA
for months and caused GAS sour stom-
ach, headache or nervousness., man's character seldom
Dr. H. L. Shoub, New York, report a:"In changes-it is merely revealed.
addition to intestinal cleansing. Adlerika
greatly reduces bacteria and colon bacilli;'
Mrs. Jas. Filler: "Gas on my stomachwas
so bad I could not eat or sleep. Miss
Even my heart hurt. The first dose of n
Adlerika brought me relief. Now I eat 1
as I wish sleep fine .and never felt
better." REE LEEF
Give your stomach and bowels a REAL
cleansing with Adlerika and see how H 16Aclc SID
good you feel. Just ONE dose relieves WHAT 7i > says:
GAS and chronic constipation. Sold by i DO WRONCrf I ,
all druggists and
drug departments. '-EL PASSED

A Good Habit GERII

Thinking seriously is habit form- relieves
ing. Keep it up. )
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1 = quicker because

G '.- I it's liquid...
OQ1 d ea4dIlvweI'

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,'\' t Regular use of

'")] Glover's MangeMedicine
Unloa ,.,,::' and
Western Ne ':&.t''jft Glover's Medicated

?: :;t s Soap for the shampoo -
'" check
Or ReasoningWhat helps
is a philosophy of ,life bu Never Missed It THAT'S BIG IDEA Newly Wed 'j ,,, 'l; excessive Falling', _
: ,
resignation? The captain of a sailing vessel "Grocery buttei is so unsatis- Hair and wards off
An aid
was questioning a sailor regardinghis factory, dear," said Mrs. Newly- normal Dandruff.hair growth to

knowledge of ships and the sea. wed, "I've decided today that we and scalp health.Ask your Hairdresser.
FINE FOR DRESSING CUTS After repeatedly receiving wrong will make our own." a Sold
Soothe and protect cuts by dressing them answers, he asked in desperation: "Oh, did you," said her husband. at"IJDfJll

with gauze and a little Moroline. It's pure, "Where's the mizzenmast?" "Yes; I bought a churn and or- Stota,
enow-white.The lOc size contains 3% timesas "I don't know," replied the aspir- dered buttermilk to be brought
much as the 5c size. Demand Moroline.MOROLINE. ing seaman. "How long has it here regularly."
been mizzen?" j\i! [\


"How did Smith manage to reform -
that nagging wife ol his?" Money
"Bribed her beauty specialist to
je tell her that talking caused !
.Ir Back.
withHhackachE;? wrinkles."
f -
If DIGES7AL docs not relieve gas point,,
kidneys function badly and r Worth KnowingHe heartburn, belching, acid Indigestion or otherstomach
WHEN suffer a nagging backache, took her in his arms. distress caused by acid conditions,
1., with dizziness, burning, scanty or too "Oh, darling," he murmured; overindulgence neuritis and rheumatic or improper condition food. Also due relieve to
frequent urination and getting up at "1 love you so. Please say you'llbe stomach disorders.
;' night; when you feel tired, nervous, mine. I'm not rich like Per- : : : I S Send only $2.00 for o large box of
DIGESTAL and one-third of it, and if It
all upset. use Doan's Pills.
cival Brown. 1 haven't a car, or does not give yon satisfactory relief, send tM
' Doan' are especially for poorly back and $2.00 will be refunded at
a fine house, or a well-stocked cel- rest your
. working !kidneys. Millions of boxesare 4 y once. A BRAND NEW PRODUCT that oUra-
\ used every year. They are recom- lar, but, darling, I love you" l lists your system.
mended the country over. Ask your and 1 cannot live without you! Just sign your name
neighbor! "Now that you've graduated, Two soft arms stole around his Nome
Dorothy, I suppose you're prepar- neck, and two ruby lips whisperedin "Now, Bob, don't be foolish anc I Address"and ....,.......:.........*:.......'.>

ing for a successful social career?" his ear: rock the boat." ........................_.. .... .-....-.r
"Well, Aunt Jane, I've made a "And I love you, too, darling; "Not me, I lost the chance 0; mail to: OIGESTAL COMPANY
pretty close study of Bradstreet's." but-where is this man Brown?" marrying; an heiress that wry tlnc8.fI Box 275 Laming, MIcW9est

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tended the time for accepting' bide on the 15th day of October, 1936, I performed by such county officer. unless the Legislative act providing,

WILLIAM :H..BLM. ELY I for the repairs of the Fort Denaud to show what interest or lien you, Section Nothing 20 contained of Article herein III of shall the affect Con- for provide such for amendment such referendum.or extension shall. I

Bridge to ,Friday, September 25th at or any of you, have in or to the stitution of the State of Florida except Approved June 4, l'J35.:
M. Plans will be above described property,. or any part as to such provlsl ins therein as '
I 10:00 o'clock thereof, and to show if relate to regulating the jurisdictionand .
IN cause,
DIES SUDDENLY on file at the office of the ,Clerk of any duties of any das' of officers to The votes cast in compliance with (j
Ilendry Countyat you, or any of you, have, why said summoning and Imp jelling grand said proposed amendments, and the p%,1'
j I the Circuit Court of property should not be taken by the and petit Juries to ass asing; and col- canvass, declarations} 'and returns ,.
that time. United States of America for the lecting taxes for count: purposes and thereof, shall be' subjacted to the sameregulations
PAHOKEE TUESDAY I to regulating the fees ind compensa- and restrictions I as are ?
DAVE ALSTON, Chairman, purposes set forth in said petition, I tion of county officers. To law author- provided by law for general elections(1(
Board of County Commissioners and this on penalty of you, and each I izing the establishing o abolishing of --n.! the State of Florida.IN /

Hendry County, LaBelle, and all of you, the said respondents i such this Municipal Section corporation pursuantto TESTIMONY: WHEREOF. '
(Moore Haven Democrat). shall become operativeor I have heieuato- set my
Florida. { being barred of all claim and inter- effective until approved by a majority hand and a&Ked the Great
The sudden death,, .t William l ( H. est in and to said property. of the qualified ejectors partici- 'Seal ;of the' State of Florida
ATTEST: WUlliam T. Hull, pating In an election held in said at Tallahassee, the. Capital.;!
Pahokee WITNESS the Honorable' Alexander -
IBlakely at a hospital .in SEAL) county but so long as such municipal this the 1st day of August,,
Tuesday; night cast a glop'm over the Clerk. ( Akerman, United States District corporation exists und' this Section 'I' A. D. .1936. .
Sept. 18. Judge; 'and likewise the undersigned the Legislature may ai end or extend (SEAL) '
community and in .the other the law authorizing same without
entire asCle'rk of said District Court, referendum to the qualified voters]I R. A. GRAY
Lake communities where: -. he was at Miami. Florida this the 31st dav Secretary of State.

well and favorably krrown. Hemor- IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT I' 1936..
rages which followed tonsillectomy COURT DISTRICT OF FLORIDA. By Ruth .J. Rosemond, : .} r .:_ :. : (t .. .::_

performed byD'r.. Cha'rles E. Creel TAMPA DIVISION. Deputy Clerk (SEAL)

Tuesday morning caused his, death U. 'S. Civ. No........ ATTEST A TRUE COPY .
and it was so sudden that none of UNITED STATES OF AMERICA S. District Court,

his relatives knew that his condi- Southern District of Florida. ...

serious. Petitioner, By Ruth J. Rosemond, .;->:i.._., : ....' ._ ",. _, ; ., v." ,'" _. .
was II .' ( '
V.Four : Deputy Clerk. .
Jlr.' Bla"kely was born in Minnea- parcels or tracts of land : ..
Sept. 11-18-25, Oct. 2, 1936. .
polis: Minn., on February 1, 1910. in Glades and Hendry Coun- : I Ii : : : ; .
ties, Florida, specifically described : i :
moved to Massachusetts -
His parents later in the petition, required : II 'Ie'Pjnt" .

where they lived for a time for Right of Way for Ca- : I A'OTICE OP FLECTION : :, '

loosahatchee River Project, : :
father's death. His mother -
before his WHEREAS the Legislature of 1935
E. H. COACHMAN, and others : I under the Constitution of 1885 of the
then moved to Florida and resided named in the petition, : State of Florida, did pass two Joint ,

for a time. She Respondents. : Resolutions proposing amendments to .
in Fort Myers .C '
1 the Constitution of the State of Florida -
was married in 1921 to J. C. Swin- NOTICE TO APPEAR and the same were agreed to by a

dalL and two years later the family THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED vote bers of elected three to fifths each of house all ;the that mem-the ; 'S. .

moved to Moore Haven where they STATES, TO: I voters on said Joint Resolution were I ,
entered upon their respective Journals -
have lived ever since. William en- ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN with the yeas and nays thereon -
tered the local school in the gradesand OR HAVING LIENS UPON THE and they did determine and direct
that the said Joint.Resolutions be sub-
education through PROPERTY HEREINAFTER IN ,
continued his mitted to the electors of the State at :
the high school graduating in the THIS NOTICE DESCRIBED: the General Election in November

class of 1928. Since his graduationhe WHEREAS, a petition has been 1936.NOW THEREFORE. I.- R. A. GRAY, .
has worked at several civil engi- filed by the United States of Am- Secretary of State of the State of Flor- QualityBusiness

neering positions and had been connected erica in the District Court of the ida, do hereby GENERAL give,ELECTIONwill notice that a

with the U. S. Engineers -for United States for the Southern Dis- be held in each county in Flor-
trict of Florida, for the acquisitionby ida on Tuesday next succeeding tire
the past three years. At the time of condemnation of the easement first Monday in November A. D. 1936.
in I the said Tuesday being the
office engineer
his death he was : hereinafter set fortk in those certain THIRD DAY OF AOVEMHER.;

the Okeechobee office being trans- tracts or parcels of land in Glades for the ratification or rejection of the t

ferred there about two months ago i and Hendry Counties, Florida, described said Joint Resolutions proposing
amendments to the Constitution of
from Pahokee. He was married on I in said petition, upon pay- the State of Florida viz.

April 4, 1934 to Mrs. Edna Surren- Ing proper compensation therefor, A JOINT RESOLUTIOn-
Proposing to Amend Section .3 of the
required for the project for Caloosa-
cy. I Article XIII of the Constitution of
His health had not been good for I hatchee River and Lake Okeeechobee -I the State of Florida Relating to
Drainage Areas being carried on Provisions for the Aged Infirm, and '
some time and he felt that his run-j Unfortunate. "
by the War Department of the Unit-
down condition was due to bad ton Be It Ile ol\ed IIy The legislature of'ri'fe
ed States Government, in which petition State ef Florida:
sils. 'He had been planning for a the following are named respondents That Section 3 of Article XIII of the
two to have the operation Constitution of the State of Florida,
week or : E. H. Coachman and M. relating to Provisions for the Aged.

and on Monday went to Pahokee and S. Coachman, Paul B. Rankin, Trus- Infirm and Unfortunate, be and the

visited friends and was examinedfor tee, and J. L. Stroud, doing businessin same is hereby amended, and as am-
ended is agreed to and shall be sub-
the operation next day. tie name and style of the "River- mitted to the electors of the State of

These friends stated that he seem- side Land Company", Mrs. GeorgeW. Florida at the next general electionto ". .
Pettee, George L. Pettee, SallieE. be held on the first Tuesday after
ed to be feeling exoeptienaflly well the first Monday in November 1936 for
Jennings, a widow, individually
at that time. ratification or rejection; said Section
and as Executrix of the estate of 9 of Article XIII. as amended shall
Soon after coming out from un- Lawrence M. Jennings, deceased R. read as follows:
"Section 3. The counties
der the anesthetic the first hemor- E. Burchard Laura O. Buser respective '
Tampa tit the State shall provide in the man-
rage started. Dr. Creel summoned Hardware Company, J. J. Pedro, ner prescribed by law, for those of the '

three other doctors to his assistanceand Lucille N. Chapman, a widow, W. inhabitants who by reason of are. infirmity .' ,
misfortune have
or may
everything possible was done to V. Knott, as Treasurer of the Stateof claims upon the aid and sympathy of : and : .

stop the flow of blood but to no Florida, J. P. Moore, as Tax Col- society; provided, however, the Legis- a : T .
lature may by general law provide fora .
avail, .the end coming at 11:33 lector for Glades County, Florida, uniform State-wide system for such .
Frank A. Dougherty, as Tax Collector benefits and appropriate money there-
Tuesday night. I for Hendry County, Florida, D. for; but no such general law shall
The of the entire provide benefits to who .
sympathy com I any person
S. Weeks Clerk the Circuit .
as of shall not have been a reside of the ,
munity is extended to the bereaved Court for Glades County, Florida, State of Florida for a period, of five ::

loved ones who survive: his widow W>n., T. Hull, as Clerk of the Circuit I years continuously next proceeding his

and stepdaughter, Heloyce Surrency, I Court for Hendry County, Florida, I I general application law therefor provide for nor benefits shall to such any

of Okeechobee, his mother and stepfather Board of Commissioners of Okee- I person solely on account of age who
chobee Flood Control District Board has not attained the age of sixty-five
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Swindall, I I years: Provided, further, that where
of Moore Haven, his sisters Mrs. G. of Commissioners of Everglades 1 by any law of the United States, a
Drainage District, George M. Hendry lesser or different period of residence
Nell Swindall of
M. Phillips and
Homer G. Hand and Earl C. Smal- | age or citizenship shall be fixed in
Moore Haven. I order for the State of Florida to par-
ley, as and constituting the Board of I ticipate in any Federal grants that Personal
The body was prepared for burial Trustees of Caloosahatchee Improve-I I might be made for such purposes the

by the Everglades Funeral Home of ment District, and R. E. Kurtz, as Legislature may prescribe such requirements -
as to citizenship and
Pahokee and brought here just be- Trustee for the holders of bonds of I residence as will be consistent: age with

fore services at the Baptist churchat Caloosahatchee Improvement Dis- and "not In conflict. with such Federal

2:00 yesterday afternoon. trict; andWHEREAS | Law.Approved June 4, 1935.A !).

The brief funeral service was con- in and by said peti- I

ducted by Rev. J. W. Pearce, pas- tion and proceedings, petitioner I JOINT RESOLUTION .

tor of the church. A prayer, a Scripture prays for and seeks condemnation, Proposing an Amendment to Article
VIII of the Constitution of the Stateof
reading and .a few well chosen for the purpose of carrying throughthe Florida Relative to Cities and
said project of Counties.
upon payment
remarks of comfort lo the loved
DC It Hcsolietl fly The Legislature of
proper damages in condemnation, of
ones concluded Rev. Pearce's ser- The tate of Florida: ,
the perpetual right, power and privilege That the following Amendment to
vice. Mrs. Pearce sang a beautifulsolo I to enter upon, occupy and use Article VIII of the Constitution of

; Mrs. Cecile Brooks sang. "Go- any or all of the land:: hereinafter the State of Florida relative to cities .
"and counties to be numbered Section
ing Home" and Mrs. J. P. Moore described for the deposit of material 10 of said Article VIII be and the Stationery

sang, "The End of a Perfect Day". .!excavated in the improvement and same is hereby agreed to and shall
be submitted to theelectors of the ,
A number of the Caloosahatchee
quartet was sung by Mrs. State at the General Election to be
Charles Foy, Mrs. W. L. Wetherington River, or any enlargement thereof, held on the First Tuesday after the
and for such other purposes as may first Monday in November A. D. 1936
Rev. Pearce :
and W. E. Daniel.
for ratification or rejection to-wit:
be needful in the and
Sometime before the beginning of preservation Section JO. The Legislature shall
maintenance of the Caloosahatchee I have power to establish, alter or abol- .
the service the little church was fill- River; that (he description of the I ish a Municipal corporation to be ,

ed to overflowing with sorrowing property in which said easement is known as territorially the City of throughout Key West, 'extending the- .. '

friends from this and neighboring sought to be taken is as follows: present limits of Monroe County in \ ,
communities and the mass of beau- the place of any or all county, district 1f
Parcel 8-GHX, as shown on the municipal and local governments, "
tiful floral offerings which filled boards bodies and officers constitu- :> J
plat of a part of the Caloosa- <
the front of the church testified to tional or -statutory legislative, executive :
hatchee River Right of Way ', judicial or administrative,
the high regard in which Mr. Blakc- through Hendry County, Flor- I and shall prescribe the jurisdiction 'Try Us" 1 ,

ly was held by his many friends. ida, recorded in Plat Book 2, powers municipal, duties corporation and functions, its legislative of such, ,. '. or. r !,:r- '.: .' ,.

Just before the services began a page 70, of the Public Recordsof executive Judicial and administrative ; .
large group of members of the High Hendry County, Florida, less departments and its boards bodies and ;,'e ;.:." .''
officers; to divide thv territory Included 0
School Alumni Association filed in parcel 8-GH of Right of Way in such municipality into subordinate -:-',,, :' .

and took seats which had been reserved for Caloosahatchee River, as districts, and to prescribe a just
shown and reasonable system of taxation- for
on plat
recorded in Plat
near the front of the
church.All such municipality and distriots; and
places of business were closed Book 2, page 69, of the Public to fix the liability of such municipality -
Records of Hendry County, I and districts. Bonded and other in-
during the services. Florida. debtedness existing at the time of the \

And as the afternoon sun !establishment of such municipality,
was |
snaIl be enforceable only against pro-
sinking low in the west the body Parcels 8-IX, 8-HCX and 8-IAX, perty theretofore taxable therefor. The

was laid to rest in the beautiful as shown on the plat of apart i Legislature shall from time to time,
determine what portion of said muni-
cemetery in Fort Myers, the city in of the Caloosahatchee RivI I cipality is a rural area, and a home-
which he spent his first in er Right of Way through Glades stead in such rural area shall not be
years County, Florida, recorded in limited as if in a city or town. Suck .
Florida. The only service at the Plat Book 2 municipality. may exercise all the pew- I
page 87, of the
ers. of a municipal corporation and
grave was a short prayer by Rev Public Records of Glades County shall also be recognized as one of the

Pearce. A large number joined the Florida less Parcels 8-1, legal political divisions of the State .

cortege from Moore Haven to Fort 8-HC and 8-IA of Right of Way county with the and duties shall and be 'entitled obligations to all of the a THE CLEW TON ,

Myers.. for Caloosahatchee River, as I powers rights and privileges, includ-

Pallbearers were: ''. C. Nail, I shown on plat recorded in Plat ing representation In the State Legislature '. '. .
which would accrue to it if
Harry Shields and Carr Settle, of Book 2, page 85, of the Public I it were county. All property of Mon- ,
Moore Haven Frank i I Records of Glades County, Florida roe Comity and of the municipality in .
; and
said county khan vest In' such muni-
Arch Hodges of Pahokee and J. A. I cipal corporation when established as NEWS
Dickey of I herein provided, The offices of the
Frostproof. NOW, THEREFORE, you, the CJerk of the Circuit Court and Sherir'fshall
I above named respondents and each not Ito abolished but the Legislature -
- -- may prescribe the time when.
and the method by which, such offices
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS I con-cerned shall be filled and the compensationto \0
lien upon the above described property srwhfa ( to such officers and may i
them additional and !
Notice is hereby given that the are hereby notified to be and duties. No county office >ndiall powers be abolIshed -i I i
appear in said United States Dis- or consolidated with another office ,
of County Commissioners of trict Court for the Southern Distract without! making provision for theperformance .... -. '" '.'-. .._ -, ,. ,- ,- -
Hendry County, Florida; have ex-i of Florida, at Tampa, Florida, or' hereafter: of prescribed all State by duties law to now'bel < :. : ,;," '. : :-_ "'0 -- : '. :p0 ; : .. .. i


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