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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: May 30, 1930
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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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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f' @ VOLUME A NO. ,23 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA FRIDAY. MAY 30, 1930 PRICE 5 CENT



fl.: STAGE IS SET Garden Postponed Club Meet To JuneThe PROMOTIONS IN FLORIDA SHAREOF Dance PostponedUntil Next, Week MERCHANTS .PLANCELEBRATION .



ii FOR CLEWISTON regular monthly meeting of LOCAL SCHOOLARE DYKE COSTS Postponement of the regular biweekly OF },

the Clewiston Unit of the Upper dance at the Clewiston Inn,

Glades Flower and Garden club, ANNOUNCEDHenry until Tuesday, June 10, was announced \

FLAG JOURNEY scheduled for this afternoon at the Jo BE. REDUCED by American Legion off FOURTH JF JULY

E home of Mrs. Cleo A. Houze, has ; cials.
been postponed until the last Friday' Storey Is Town's, Because of the primary elections

Handicap s Established in June, It was announced yesterdayby First' Senior High Commerc e Committee next Tuesday the dance has been Business League To Ask
I, Mrs. Elbert L. Stewart, presidentof postponed for a week. Legion officials
: t And List Compiled For Recommends ,Reduction Legionnaires To Take
I the local unit, who said that the School Graduate.With explained.The .

! i First tournament On meeting has been postponed so that ,to $2,000,000. Show Boat, orchestra of Palm Charge Of Big' EventIn

\f'! New ,Golf Course. the members can cooperate In the the termination of the term t. Beach will furnish ,music for dancelug Everglades.Clewiston .
Memorial Day Services in Civic .Center in the Clewiston grade and high ?t Reduction of Florida's contribution and a record attendance is ex

Park. school, Mrs. James E., Beardsley, for Lake Okeechobee Flood Control pected. '
The following the first line up I will have a community
At the June meeting committe appointments principal announced the names of work,,from $4.500,000, : to approximately .
of Clewiston Golf Team and their r celebration here on July 4, it was
will be completed, and a those promoted. ,$2,000,000 was approved by, the '

handicaps for the first Tournament. definite program of activity ar Henry Storey, completing 'his last senate,," :. commerce, committee following SUGAR'" ,INSTITUTE :. decided meeting Tuesday of the night Clewiston at the Better regular

Any one not turning ina handicap I ranged. year is Clewiston's first senior high : their study of the house rivers
I Business League in the Watanable
f' 'card and wishing to play in this school graduate.. He will continue his hd'.liarbors.. bill' according to Associated TRACES HISTORY Hotel.
studies In college, and while it-: is Press despatches from
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tournament which will be held, May -' Following 'discussion of the matter
t"" COUNTY IS READYTO probable that he' will ,enter :the Washington. ,
cardsto OF 'SUGAR CANE ,' it was the consensus of opinionof
, 30, must turn in their score Presbyterian College', in ,South 'Car'Q4Una ';*$The Associated Press story reads '

[ Frank Flanders ,at The Clewiston he has not :yet definitely de: in part as follows: those present that definite "steps '
MARK BALLOTS be taken .toward arranging a .,complete
News, before Friday'morning to be cided. ,Tho committee reduced the local : .
Historic Background Of program' of events .to last .,;
given and handicap' and position on In, the high scool department of contribution for the Lake Okeecho- the
throughout: day.
the team. 'ON NEXT TUESDAY the local school, the following credits .boo. 'flood control project from approximately Sugar Brought Out In view of the fact ,that independence

I I \V In order to acquaint those unfami were awarded. I \ $4,50,000 to approximately In Pamphlet Form.An Day is a national holiday, the
liar with the rules of a flag tourna Vesta Allen 4; Roberta George,. 4;. ?, 2000000. merchants will ask.' the 'Clewiaton
Indications Of Record Edwin Ward, 4 Elsie Hare 2 Rob. kHope for favorable action the .--
i j.. Ilent.I ; ; on interesting story of the historic Post of the American 'Legion to spon
I 'ert Hare. 3 Jewel Lowe 4 1.2 Mar- bill at this session has been increased ..
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of Vote Cast Is Seen ; ; of modern
Add your handicap to the par 1- background sugar sor the July 4 'celebration and a j,
I the cia Avant, 4 1.2; Dorothy Deam, 2; with the settlement by the In leaflet committee .'. .'.
the course, which is 72, and at I IIi In Registrations.Hendry cane growing is told a named to ,meet .wlth'the ,
Frances Tippey, 2 Louise Waldron, senate committee of major controversies .
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: completion of your last stroke, plant which was 'recently placed in restau- executive committee of the 'Legion
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F f'' I a. flag with your name attached. county voters wll| .. go to 2. I over New York and Illinois pro rants, hotels and railroad dining consisted o<< f' W., W. Preston, O.., L. .
visions.It .
! Note location of your flag on score Promotions to Ninth grade were cars by the Sugar Institute of New Jeffries, Jim.-Beardsley. and ,Frank
the polls next, Tuesday to select Merrel Lowe, Jane Marfield Richard was assumed reduction of local '. ."
card and turn in at starting tee. ,' Yoi k. O. IU chm ann. .
candidates in the Democratic Bestor Van Bush Harvel, Contribution in Florida '
,primary Margie contemplates
First and second places are, to be I I "Few of the great variety of foods The committee ,was instructed to .
given prizes. In addition to ''this -to fill state and county offices*. Betty Spicer, Mae Lilly Stone. Roy an\1 addition of 12,500,000,. to $4,500,000, which make ,up the American, diet !!pledge the support of the Better ,4.,y'. .

.. there will be three blind prizes given Clewiston will play a major part i Green, ,promoted to eighth grade, had authorization)t '. for federal 'expenditure have the romantic and historic back Business_ League to the Legion to .....

for making the most ,holes in the in the county election for the first the best grades in the entire school. 11.1 carried' in the bill as the house wrote. ground which belongs to sugar. Universally make the celebration a success, and ,

same number of strokes, the num. I Promotions ,to Eighth grade were recognized as the world's the early steps were taken so that ,It
bers to be drawn at the close of time, as registrations from this end I II Halson Avant, Carolyn ,Hawkins- ,._Evelyn :pSh' contribution of $2.000,000 by greatest sweetener, almost as universally I neighboring, communities from Moore
have reached a substantial total. Of Hare Emma ethos Whit local interests is
i Roy required. Agreement '
I the
the tournament I recognized as one of Haven to Canal Point can join with
No player may receive more than three Clewiston men running for office 'comb, Roy Green, E.',B. Bethea, Bernard : followed a proposal''' by Florida most important, of all the sourcesof Clewiston. making' the celebrationone

: \ one prize. two of them, E. E. Kelly for Beach, George ,,Bestbf.. ,' Marvin representatives. that the district be 'human energy, sugar has a color of the biggest in this section

Rank Player Hdcp county commissioner and C. A. Jack- Altman. ,, allowed... to contribute $3,000,000 in ful history that reaches ,back to remote -
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1. T. Shelley............................. 12 son for school board member are Promotions to SeY rif\ grade were bonds. antiquity.

"., I i" 2. C. Barker .................................. 16 unopposed while the third local can Mildred Brantley, 'Vincent" Oglesby: enator Fletcher said he was Traced' From Papua. BOY SCOUTS WIN

: 'k en ................................ 20 didate, E. L. Stewart for member of George Surls, Hulet ""Walls: ;.:.Nelson "".(|ry hopeful" the local contribution "Before Alexander marched out to

4. P. Wilson .................................. 20 the state legislature is opposed by Morris, Luther Lowe,-:Junior i Thomas could be arranged. The measure con conquer the world, the intrepid: navigators :

5. Hackett .........................::.............. 22 L. O. Gravely of La Belle. William Hooks, Mary;Ilush ti templates a, total expenditure by the of ''Polynesia, braving the terrors I OVER. FT. MYERS

6. C. A. Jackson .......,,...,............... 28 F. L. Dunaway candidate for county .Promotions to Six! -i rade were Ed federal I government' and local Intereats of the Pacific and Indian Oceansin

i ,A 7F. D. Duff .................M............... 28 commissioner from the Felda district Clarke, Jim Beards' y,;\William Johnson of $9,000,000 for completion of their study proas, traded, with the IN LATE RALLY

I tl '8. H..' Storey .............."..;.::..-......:.....:.. 28 'is also unopposed.Four Thelma Guthrie, Bobby Patter the project on which $12,000,000 al nations, of Asia. From Papua, according I

' 9..I( English ..........................!.............. 32 candidates in the race for son. ready has been expended. to the historians they took to '- f t

.:' 10.* .Plunkett ...................;....;.............. 32 secretary of ,state are H. Clay Craw I Promotions to fifth grade were G.II -v,', /., .,. the mainland ,cuttings of-what is Five Rtm Comeback In

,I .I, .11', R; :' 1<1' Kelley. ........,...........:........... 34 ford, Jr., ,R. A. Gray, T. R. Hodges, Houze, Ralph O'Neal, Bob Beards- GIRL now known as the 'I'{oble' 'variety FortJVlyersVictory '.
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12. D.tlton, ..1.... ..-.:;.:.: .:<..f..lu,4- and William M,. Toomer.: 'ley, prances! Taylor,, .:JBetly..Hooks, : :--_. .._ of"sUgar: -cane,. .a variety; that, was in rings'_. ,

13.V-, 'Refer ::.:..::...=:;:..:.....r ..,...:...:.::;... "'34 In the race for, railroad commis: Junior Waldron Jimmy Hall, Dorothy. digenous ,to the island. To Scouts.

{ 14. Land .............................................. 34 i sioner, Group No. 1, are" W. A. (Will) Hare, Donald Deam, Pat McGhee,. HAVE UNIFORMSFOR "Cuttings were planted and grownIn '. -.

15. Yenowine.................................,...... 34 McQuagge and Eugene S. Matthews. Dorothy Bethea, Euge n e :Morris, India and other parts of Asia. Clewiston's Boy Scouts attired In

16. W. 'C. Owen ..;......,.::.:::;:..:..... .. 36 'William H. Malone, candidate for James Winn, Lois Walls, Conrad EXERCISES When the soldiers of Alexander newly received baseball uniforms
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17. V. Blate ...................;...-.:............. 38 re-election as_ state senator is opposed Clark, Elva Alston, James Johnson, marched back to Greece, they brought staged a rally in the first half of the

18. L. A. Morgan ..........-;,.'.. ....:...... 40 by Arthur Gomez and J. Bowers Lera Webb, Mildred Ward and Trev- with! them pieces of sugar cane seventh inning to beat the Fort My

19.. D. White ..................... .............. 40 Campbell. elyn Moltz. Many Troop Members' which were called In that day 'Sweet ers Scouts by one run in a baseball
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20. Dr. Nowling ..............;................. 40 The race for state's attorney from Promotions to grade 4A were Ar- Sticks of the East. Sugar was apart game at Fort Myers Tuesday afternoon -

21. Bestor .............................?........... 40 this district will be between Guy M. dine Jeffries, Owen Winn, Morris To Get Second Class of the spoils, obtained by the .

22. P. Deam ....................;......:.............. 42 Strayhorn, present incumbent, E. M. Ford, Leroy Hare, Bernice Guthrie, Badges Soon. Byzantines when they conquered Accompanied by Ed Butler, busi-

23. Dr. Ezelle ................,..:............?.. 42 Magaha and Roy D. Stubbs, all of Louts, Morgan, Violet Bethea, Dan Persia in the Seventh Century of ness manager of the team,. the local

24. Jeffries ........,..........::.. : < ............ 48 Fort Myers.; Beardsley, Alice Doam, Roberta Spi Uniforms for the members of the our era. During the crusades, the Scouts stumbled through six inningsof

25.: E. Shelley ............. ..................... 48 Elbert L. Stewart. candidate for cer, Billy Owen, Marybelle Warren, Clewiston troop of Girl Scouts have half-starved crusad e r s frequently the games letting Fort Myers

26. McDonald ...............,.....:.::... ...... 50 member ,of the house of representatives Grace Brooks, Bernice O'Neal. been ordered and are expected to chewed sugar cane to_ still their pile up six runs to, Clewiston's one.

": 27. M. W. Biggs .............;.:.:............ 54 is opposed by L. O. Gravely, Promotions to grade 4B were El- be received here in time for the lo pangs of hunger. The game was to have been seven

28. C. V. Parkinson ......................... 56 and Gravely will also oppose Hurd don Beach, A. D. Frith, Walker cal troop to wear them for the Memorial Carried- by Arabs. innings, and Manager Butler seeing

29. A. Milteer ......................:...... ...... 66 L. Reeves, as candidate for memberof Fears, J. B. Brantley, Willie V. Hooker Day exercises to be hold in "By the Arabs, sugar cane was but one hope for victory, called the 1

30. F. Puryear .................................. 56 the state Democratic executive Louise Whitcombe, Martha Nell the Civic, Center Park this afternoonit earned across Europe to Spain. Col- scouts together before the openingof

31. Boggs ....................... ............_ 56 committee. Alston, Cecil Whitcombe. was learned at the regular meet- umbus took cuttings from Spain to the seventh. When Butler finishedthe

32. T. Smith ...................................... 60 For county commissioner in District Promotions to third grade were ing of the scouts held last Friday at Santo Domingo and founded the sugar scouts went to bat with renewed
Player must be accompanied by at : No.3, Ray C. Hull will be opposed Mary DuBose, Ralph Thomas, Harry the home of Mrs. R. Y. Patterson. growing industry in that island. determination and the result was

least one other entry in the tourna by H. L. ,Delaney, while in Vaughn, Munselle Stone, Eugne Wal- Discussion of plans for the courtof From there it spread to other is- that five Clewiston Boys crossed

ment. district No.4, four county commissioner dron, Wilber McGhee, J. D. Hooker, honor to be held in the near future lands of the West Indies. In the home plate in the inning, .bringirig

Tournament may be played. anytime candidates are W. L. Murray, Frances Wright, Louis Leiter, Gettis brought out the fact that more early 1790's a French indigo planter the score to 66. .

Friday, May 30. present 'incumbent, Earl S. Royer, Cason, Joe Leiter, Jimmy Holland. than fifty percent of tho member living in Louisiana bought cane from Holding the Fort Myers scouts

t' Handicaps are based on full handi S. A. Douglas, and Solon B. Crews. Promotions to second grade were ship in the local troop is ready for the Spaniards of the West Indies, down in the eighth', the score was .

"". .:,.. '" cap allowances. Competitive candidates for membership Doris Albritton, Helen Malphus, Mar the second class badges. planting it in what is now the business still tied at the opening of the ninth

:,-; : .-' First prize-6 Krofliet balls from. in the school board are Drew garet Waldron, Wilma Taylor, Eva Among the tests 'yet to be passedare district of New Orleans. His inning, when Fisher score for Clew-

;,;2 Blate Brothers; Second prlze-3 Hampton, and A. L. Taylor from Morris, 'Zelda Smith Lunio Webb, making up a hospital bed with enterprise established the industryon iston. In the last half of the ninth .

Reach Eagle balls from D. Alston. District No. 2, A. C. Carr and M. L. Eddie Walls, Josephine Woods, Nealy out disturbing the patient and several tho North American continent Fort Myers failed to score and the

' Blind prizes.Firs t, 3 golf balls, Williams from District No. 1. Geiger, Annie Finch, and Maye of the scouts will take this test "Today the American people con- Clewistonites 'returned with the bacon -

t (.. fJ.:::?f from Clewiston Building Material" ; Registrations throughout the count Brooks. at the Lakeview hospital within the 'sume annually about 6,000,000 tons by a score of S to 7.

t Second, hat from Hudson the Clothier ty have been heavy .and it is be- next few days.Hostesses of refined sugar. About 5,000,000 The local line-up was as follows:

1 ; Third, 1 carton cigarettes from lieved that a record vote will be at the scout meeting tons of this comes from cane, about Fisher, p; Strickland c; C. Surls,

t, Clewiston Supply Company. pollel. 20 CARLOADS OF were Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, Mrs. N. 1,000,000 tons from the beet Ap' Ib; Henry Storey, 2b; Bobble Hare,
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. .. C. Storey, "Mrs. Spicer and Mrs. J. proximately nineteen per cent of all ss; Hooks, 3b; White, If; Guthrie,
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TOMATOES SHIPPED'FROM G. Allhands. the energy obtained by the American cf; Avant. rf.

BIGGEST AIR TOUR iN HISTORY IS Scouts present were Jewel Lowe, people from the foods they con The scouts will meet Pahokee at

LOCAL AREA Mary Bush, Margie Harvel, Betty sume is derived from sugar. Around Clewiston Sunday and will play the

PLANNED BY Spicer, Evelyn Hare and Dorothy fifty per cent of the 6,000,000 tons Fort Myers .scouts here next Thurs-
STATE AVIATION GROUP
Hare. is consumed as sugar. day.

Shipments or tomatoes from the

Clewiston section during the past LAWN PRIZE WINNERS
Plans for the biggest state-wide be urged CLEWISTON HUBBIES WILL DINE AS -
to
sponsor racing and oth few weeks totalled 20 cars, it was WILL BE ANNOUNCEDJudges
aerial tour ever attempted to be er events for the visiting fliers. ''Details learned yesterday. '
During the past I
hold in Florida next winter, were will be of the plans for the air tour week there were six: cars shippedand in Clewiston's community- WIVES GUESTS AT INN BANQUET
worked
discussed by members of the avia- out later. it is believed that loading of approximately wide lawn contest will make a tour
Another matter of great importanceto three next of next week with viewto
tion committee of the Florida chamber cars early inspection a
I of the development of aviation in week will complete the vegetable : picking prize winners in the con The popular civic club custom ot son and Mrs. 'Elbert L. Stewart.
in
commerce at a meeting Florida
r Tampa. Clewiston was the move approved by shipping season in this area. test sponsored by the Beautification conducting a "Ladies Night" will be According to the tentative program
represented
was
'' at the the committee for the laying out of Two of the three packing houses committee of the Clewiston Woman's reversed in Clewiston next Thursday there will be entertainment throughout
meeting by Captain F. Deane I
; Duff permanent landing fields and emer- in thl ssection have already been club.. evening when members of the Clew the dinner in addition to short
member of tho committee, who
: made the gency landing fields throughout the closed for the season and the thirdis Awards will be announced in next iston Woman's club will entertain talks by' the officials of the club, re-
trip to Tampa in the Fair- state. The aim
: .child cabin monoplane. of the committeewill expected to close within the next week's Clewiston News and prizes their husbands at a dinner in the viewing the accomplishments of the
." In be to have at least one landing few days. will be awarded for both 25 and 50 Clewiston Inn. organization during the'' past year.
,1t'\ the aerial tour which will be field either
"tJ the second annual event of its kind : permanent or emergency Market prices on tomatoes have foot lots. The dinner ,meeting will be the Following the dinner the membersand
It In the state, it is planned to have type. in 'every county in the state. fallen during the past ten days whichis Keen interest is being shown In final meeting of the season, and their guests will attend the biweekly
County
commissioners throughoutthe also in the Is annual eventin decidedto dance of the American Le-
more than 250 airplanes a factor cutting short the contest which an members planning the event
ranging
state will be asked to
cooperate,
packing season. Clewiston. Invite the men. glen
from .
tiny
sport
planes to heavy ,it
'-, transports.An as was explained that landing There is considerable acreage in General appearance, planning, and An interesting program is now being Reservations for the dinner may be

itinerary will be I fields will make flying safer and peas in this section but an off market improvement made will be some of arranged by the committee in made with Mrs: Elbert L. Stewart.

worked out and cities en route carefully will I' speed Florida.the development of aviation in. may delay shipments of this the points on which tho judges will charge consisting of Mrs. J. G. All All reservations, must 'be made not

vegetable. base their decisions. hands, chairman, Mrs. R. Y. Patter later than next Wednesday morning.



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II.I."I" '1/'I/1 FOR STATE SENATOR. solved, but tax relief and actual economy 1

THE CLEWISTON NEWS\ 'i PERSONALS .1 are the imperative needs of the I'

TO THE VOTERS 'OF'' THE '24TH I il .
Published' every'' Friday at ,1111,11,11,11,11111,11,11,11111,11,11,11,11111,11/,1/,11"11111'/111'II',,; people.; ,' ,"
SENATORIAL DISTRICT: As a !lawyer I do not and will not
Clewlstori, Florida. Mr. and Mrs. L. II. Curtin spent AN INCREASING NUMBER OF LOCAL PEO.. I
,. ., In announcing my candidacy for represent, by, way .of private: employment -
the week end in Palm Beach
LOUIS A. MORGAN .... Publisher the office of State Senator' I respect any corporation of 'similar ''powerful I. PLEARE FINDING IT AN ECONOMY BOTHIN I

.. .. .EditorEntered ':., 1" ; fully solicit tho support of the citizens iiiterest 'during my tenure of
,TOM S11fITH.1....:. ... DIr.1' and'-Mrs.\ W. C. Hanson are : 'MONEY AND ENERGY TO THE I II
ENJOY
i of the District. office. To serve: 'the citizens of the ..
the Postoffl'ce at Clew- entertaining Mr. Hanson's sister and
at brother "' Muriel\ .' 'in 1915: and 1917 I served aa, a 24th 'D .stri t faithfully, fearlessly EXCELLENT CUISINE AT THE CLEWISTON !I
Florida, second class matter ; Miss Hanson of Baton I .
istou as \' Member 'of'the House of Represen- and efficiently I want to be free '
novice' ; La:, and. .Pugh Hanson, of' I J .J N'V. -' .t -' -J I;
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influence
RATES r f atrves.: 'Was CountySOJ1cftor 'for fromany possible' that "" '
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One, Year ,............................'.... ... $2.50 -\- ': ',J: I I Monroe. County for eight years ''and tiny conflict 'i1ierew th. I ,. -'' ', :. r fi :'" I!H::' 11 U

Six Months\ ....'.....,.......................... 1.50 and Ms.s.V.: G. Ames left State Attorney for the 20th Judicial I will esteem it a great honor to Ii .
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Three Months .,............................... -5 Monday' for New\ York 'City 'wherethey Circuit for four years. ,' be your obedient servant in the : I THE CLEWISTON INN
$ sill: ( -' the sunirner. -- Oppressive taxation is no longer next legislature. '. ;

ADVERTISING RATES !spend? J' 1" ,'1'''They' ,r bearable and, ..if, elected I will favor Sincerely 'submitted, "In The Center of Americas New Sugar Bonl"CLEWISTON !
accompanied Atlanta.
were as far'.as .
Forty-five cents per inch. No discount 'legislation Arthur Gomez
any practical that affords. .
Ga. by Mrs. Jim! Beardsley and son -' FLORIDA
for plates. No special position '
i relief' to the'1 tax pay'oriI :
1 : Chicago
Bruce, who are going on to I .
guaranteed. All' ,advertising copy for'a months visit with Mrs.. Beard- believe .County' "and State officials L ST'"Gold" watch chain with silver ., r ;, :: ::.,.;n ''::::. ;.;;, .:. ': .:; .:.. ,. '" _. ;'.1" '. _
must be in this office on Wednesday should paid straight salary and ;
a
ley's mother. baseball at golf course. Initials
before, issue .otf paper. ,,. the 'Fee System abolished. ; .
'.' r, I ," '- ; R. A.. W.. on' ball. Finder please call ..1 ', _

Mr. and Mrs.\ W..'c. I Hanson and -There. are 'many problems' to be 339, Clewiston News.To .
YOUR VOTE, ON TUESDAY UI '; J J.. uiuOij' niji.. Ow\/< j ._v vl :.
son, .Willie, Miss Muriel Hanson and .
voters \'i.U. to ', ..
Ilendry. county go
Pugh Hanson motored to Palm Beach :AI

the., polls next_ Tuesday to express on .Sunday. ; 1 '
their choice of candidates for state Hendry County: == : =
; the Voters. ef ,
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and county, offices.. The! manner: :
Mr. and Mrs. R. .Y. Patterson entertained -1 '

which..,the, affairs. of. the county will Mr.\ and Mrs. W. G. Ames I am a candidate for Representative of ..: : .. .. :

be administered, will depend on! the at dinner Saturday evening. Your ... .
in the June Primary. r. "
Hendry County "T( b
type of, .county! ; commissioner<< elected :

and administration! of state, affairs '- r *, vote and influence will be appreciated. MAKE YOUR SELF At HOMEA
nurse
r.: : Miss. ::: J. ,Graves, connected .
r. will depend on the type of. r (' {; t. ,'1'

send to.th senate and .to with the' state department of health ..'nr'i ; ,,, !ou ,* .. .r ;". ".,, .
men. we spent ,in Clewiston business j.o.: : : "
: a day on t. ST W R i 0
the, legislature.! '.:'. .' |. to
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..Election is a serious matter- and- "' n FEW CHOICE ROOMSS

should,, be accepted as, such by ,the 'Mr. 'arid''llrs..' Fred B.:''Puryear and ..:.. -"I"Q'' .. -' '- -,
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1Hend.ry NOW AVAILABLE.
voters. ;; a 6t.
Doc 1\IcArU\ ur spent Sunday in West : ._ :;... ,
county is l large .,.corpora
a Beach ; ""
Palm Q'q
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tion jn which, wee: taxpayers, the ; '! : :---

stockholders. On next Tuesday we Frank : Flanders, : Clewiston 1 golf I ANNOUNCEMENT; : .
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are, asked tp elect a board ,of direc, A : REASONABLE RATES
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week ..
r pro, spent the end in Lake. ,
tors for this company. Seen..in' this" Worth. Your and 'assistance at the June .
support, .
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1-:-. light the, .primaries demand, our closest "c: -- :< -

.attenjjon and best. judgment. The John Crane 'an'iI'W. Ro'seberry' left' Primary' will be:.aPPreciateS rr .HOMELIKE- SURROUNDINGS,

first essential for a candidate. to : S ... ," .
Jr Sunday on a vacation trip to Akron, : feE. KELlY Ti.'r* : i '
merit. our :Consideration must 'be ,honesty -, Ohio. ' i* r : .

but ..it .does not end there. :A; 0 ..' .. .. .I :\ TRY Li
SUNDAY DINNERS
,1 ( '?% r'rr, Candidate i 'forj' Commissioner'
group of ..candidates may be .equ -n1._ : '''Jauies 'L. Tailor' ""Ilendry county County: '

honest .but, .there..may ,be .a variationin : '
tar collector bu'siness'vlsitorin : District No.1 I
was :a .- .
their. ability. In the case of, those, Clewiston. : ." .. : '? ';
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who,have served previously their record .:..:...::.--: 1 : -f" :- -
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judgment. Those who have sacrificedthe "' :I : HOTEL
Morgan were In Felda.-- 'Snnd)'. !
best !Interests of the county for I '.' .
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personal aggrandizement, : private ''Mr. r.h's.'. :: .' 'C,.' W. McDondald .. .,. ANNOUNCEMENT : ..:I l 1" .',' ;
debt
settlement of political .
gain or a .
spent Sunday afternoon 'In'' 'Belle ;c fl oTHE :: ,' .- J j: !
should be (Summarily ( eliminated Glade ,visiting 'Mrs.: -J. 'R. Alston.Mr -' To the voters' of the Twelfth Judicial- Circuit '

from, any. further. consideration. WATANABE HOTEL ;
: of Florida: : '.., .
the merits of those ; r ,
In determining ? .
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\ : and Mrs. ,V r S. Harvel'spentthe )) ..'" 0 '. -. \ t
candidates who have not held public weekend In' herety! announce lid !' the Office of'Stat 1 .
for{
'Orlando.. my"cari cy Attorney ... J ;- MRS. CLAUDE DOWNS, Manager '-
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office it is welltoconsider their .' : .. : If I ami 'honored with this' important trust by the people( 1 Promise a : ''' r. L'f: :<; .. : :_.:, .

conduct. _of ',their; private businesses; 'J.- R. Alston spent' Monday in faithful discharge of my duty and a lair and 'Impartial enforcement of _:::,. : > : :, .. <,; : j1

After all we are, looking for business Belle Glade on business. i ALL of 'the Criminal, Laws witfiout fear or favor. -

men of sound 'judgment to ad ,.' .. .
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minister'the''bitsiness' ; affairs of the C. W. McDonald 'spent Tuesday In -" r -," -. ._ ...,.....r"I' ":',T <"',' 'r ,.,'-; rT .i ; ".-;: .:. _

state and county. Canal Point: on''btisiiiess.Mrs. ., -, ,.r+ :.4k... s. ,. .ROY. D.. ,,STUBBS... ,. ,. ,', ., '- \\J
We dan expect: results 'in: propor- ': .. -," '." --=---=--. ,, .. i -- : '!.t 3 '"l ...r -' ''; .o; '- -
tton"to. the amount of' good, judgmentwe .
''' \ ." 'W. Shackleford is' visiting 1 '. : .. '-'-

use "In selection of ,the ,candidates: Mrs::- Gus .. 1 I r .' .4 ... ,: _:, r.' :
Apathetic marking of the ballot, will -." ') .. : ; -... ". 1 .r

probably mean, .apathetic administ'.vu v"Mrs. N. J.: ,Jacksbn'r"accompa'nie"d To the Voters of the 24th Senatorial District: :
tion; of., county ffa.irs. anti sound
liy' her' stfn of: Fort 'Myers spent 'a
judgment in selection of the candidates -; dad; ,'isit ng: 'tier brother and sister-:' I wish to, announce'that .I will ,be a* candidate, for 're-election. to .'

probably-result In-a sound in"-lan', Mr. and: '''Mrs.\ Gus McGhee. the office rol State7. Senator. ; from the;.;;24th District.. ..'. ,, ,', .. .,
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businesslike administration; 'Mrs.' 'Mifton :
Clewiston ,has '.shown? ;: :a ,commend ,' Be'rner" motored to West Palm Beach'' House., My friends. have! been'_ ;klnd 'enough to 'say that I' have served .' :{ .f ':)' is < : :: ..
able "interest in county affairs as re-, ._ I ; fXO': : \ ;
on Monday.r- -' 'faithfully;' ,I am a member- o f the1"Committee on Roads and High 4 :

'fleeted' gin: the; heavy, ,registrationsand --,--- 'waysJudiciary ,A: and Rules; these are the 'moat'. Important committees j ", .. .
payment of poll taxes from this list of qualified candidates and'namnaming : \ .------r------,. ,
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for,- this district. ; : -v I
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end ,of the district. only those<<, in whose integrity 'It will appreciate "the vote "and; support. of 'the, people 'In the Demo ;. ...:'r. 'j. p _..' ..... ..., .. 1 ....... I.",
Let us show an equally keen interest and business judgment we have sin Newt roads
cratic Primary in June i ..i. ,: 'arer under construcI
by thoroughly! considering the cere confidence. -\ 'r, ,r .rr '... 1 I,.,. r f ..... \ '. -- ,

'" .'' ''l I -.'...', :J'1.,", :. J.,. iWM,-...:H,'MALONE. tion ;' thousands of additional_ acres '

;,.()r[. I : j-': -1; r.( r'U t. b!'" O fliril'j ., '" I

.'rwk.' :: r,(. r:;; .,:-:-' rJ I: S -I! of sugarcane will be harvested, for
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i iston is its
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[ To"the Voters of the Twelfth Judicial District S ,rightful} place, as the metropolis of .


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i y .5- Jt "a!{'a 'candidate to'succeed myself r as STATE .ATTORNEY ; j

of..thi. 'circuit. -1. have performed( the duties of this office fairly and : ,.. '
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impartially 'during 'the term' I have held it. and if elected to a second J .J
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take advantage .
Now is the time -
terml shall 'give the same honest and conscientious service toward the ,.. to ,
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me as State Attorney. of the golden opportunities

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offered here.

t GUY M. STRAYHORN.
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Never-in our- entire business I ,.. ,. '"" J ,'.,I .:.,.;'. .:.. ", .;,..' .- .- '" ....:. '. .

} f career have offered values I .. ; :. .' ;
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H'r U. S. Rubber Company to
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tires ia their various price : o, ., '- For Details Write To.J

classes-they are easily the To the Voters of the Twelfth Judicial Circuit: .. .. .
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a. iii town. Dan take our Vote for and support Judge E. M. Magaha, -

word for it find out for ,.: ," ,
I CLEWISTON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
PEERLESS .yourself-today! the people's, candidate for State's Attorney.

29 x 4.40 .. $6.30 C : .'. .
30 x 4.50 Florida
7.00 Glewiston
He 'Santa Rosa County Florida
) I was born and reared on''ra farm in ;

'. 29 x 4.40 TRAXON...............,,&>.\. .-;,$5; .,10 rl.1. ... 1":.:..R9Y: A L '. r,1'.,, i :;' IS'a self made man';' graluated 'fr m' l law college of University ,. .. "., ...) t-. ,

30 x. 4.50 ................-.c.;..' --6.. <60 : of- Florid i in '1913 j arid' has actually been engaged in the practice of '0' ....'I '. ....,.!f.-
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BY' THE WORLD'S 'LARGEST PRODUCER OF J\t1BBItII'!

BAKERS SERViCE STATIONPhone VOTE. THUS:, ; .' ._ .- ,'. ,.

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CLEW1STON NEWS CLE lVlS TON. FLORIDA
/> FOUR FRIDAY, MAY 30, 193Q
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Mrs. Claud Downs, Mrs. Jim Boards-
Icy, Mrs. H. A. Bestor and Mrs Cleo WILLING WORKERSARE : Married Woman

Houze. Guests were Mrs. P. Deano PARTY GUESTS
rLJ / (/J Fears Gas-Eats

.,' "'j' Duff, Mrs. W. C. Hanson, and Mrs.
= ;;;L- aPb.ttJtf. + R Y. Patterson. Mrs. Patterson held Members of the Willing Workers Only Baby Food"For

high score, Mrs. Ames second, and Sunday school class of the Clewis- 3 years I ate only baby food, ,/;.:;;...
; ton Community church were enter.! everything else formed gas. Now, J)
Mrs. Cleo A. Houze, Phone 369 Mrs L. A. Morgan, Jr.. Phono 369 Mrs. F. M. Wright, Phone 381 Mrs. Downs third. tamed Friday night at the home of thanks to Adlerika, I eat anythingand
enjoy lifo.-Mrs. M. Gunn.
Mrs. J. K. Baker, when Mrs. Fred Just ONE spoonful Adlerika re
SCHOOL FACULTY IS MRS. F. DEANE DUFF tin, Mrs. Fred Puryoar, Mrs. F. M. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Vaughn, Jr., Topper, Mrs. Ed Butter and Mrs. W.I lieves all GAS so you can eat and

HONORED, AT DINNERIN HOSTESS. AT BRIDGE Wright, and Miss Muriel Hanson. A entertained at a delightful chicken D. Surls served as hostesses. sleep better. Acts on BOTH upper
dinner in their home and Ibwer bowel ,removing poisonsyou
Monday
even Games
and contests
PATTERSON HOME IN RIDGE RESIDENCEMrs. delightful salad course was served. were enjoyedin know
never ther, and
ing. Present were H. E. Fridge, Joe were
which Mrs. C. M. Smith and Mrs.
High scores were, hold by Mrs. which caused your stomach trouble.
Mr. and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson entertajned F. Deane Duff entertained at Claud Downs and Mrs L. C. Curtin; Drouet, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Smith Earl Merchant won prizes. Delicious No matter what you have tried for
and Mr. and Mrs. Vaugh stomach and bowels,
at dinner and bridge Fil- bridge at her home on Del Monte low, Mrs. W. C. Owens; and tho and son refreshments consisting of ice cream surprise Adlerika will
Harry. you! ALSTONS DRUG
Gay evening in honor of the facultyof Ave.. Monday afternoon. The color draw, Mrs. Fred Puryear. 'and cake were served. STORE. 6-1-30

dewiaton school. A fried chicken scheme throughout the downstairswas I
tho and pink. !illHIIIIIinilHIIHHIIIHHIIHIMMIIIIIHfllllui! linn iiiniiiiiff HIIII iifiiMtiiiiitiiiiitinii i tm 1111 II II II If.If I II.......................__________:. I
dinner was served buffet style, lavender, yellow BRIDGE CLUB MEETS

the guests being seated at small Those present were Mrs. W. C. Hanson WITH MRS. MILLERMrs.

tables (in the living room. Guests Mrs. Wm. Owens, Mrs. P. Alec

wtre Mr. ,and Mrs. Jim Beardsley, Poche, Mrs. Dick Miller, Mrs. H. A. Dick Miller delightfully en .

Mr. and Mrs. Barker, Mr and Mrs. Bestor, Mrs. Wilbur Cole, Mrs. tertalned tho bridge club at her ...-., "
Miss Claud Downs, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, afternoon. Tho ', : ,.: .. : '
Thomas, Miss Jayme Williams, II home Saturday members .j. 'J; .. .... .
Ella Whatley, Miss Mary Skelton, Mrs. Wm. Hooker, Mrs. L. H. Cur. present were Mrs. W: G. Ames, ; -:: =

Dick Gillespie, ,
Miss Ola Pettaway
Pruit, A. W. Bias, C. : IT IS SAVING NOT
Mr. GETTING
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Owen and Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bes

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I and punch were served. The guests :In;:,:;;,;: INTEREST BEARING ACCOUNTS MAY BE _
were Evelyn Hare, Margie Harvel, DAIRY COMPANY '
CLEWISTON
Betty Spicer May Lilly Stone, Caroline :t :-. STARTED IN THE CLEWISTON HOMEBUILDING

1 Hawkins, Jane Marfield Mary -. >: ,',.
Sug rand Highway Phone 333 -;;. ASSOCIATION WITH PAYMENTS
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Orln Jeffries,
Bush Charles Surles, ; -
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Van Bush, Marvin Altman. Bobby 'r'; ,:'' .'" '.. AS LOW AS 50 CENTS A WEEK -I ._
+ Hare and Homer Altman. Mrs. Leah i'

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MRS.NAMED DAVE ALSTON PRESIDENT CLEWISTON FOLKS :, w {f; : :, .ij ;: ;i. t :".i...> ;

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Dave Alston was named I ', : "

president of the Clewiston Social J ,:' MIAMI, FLORIDAWELCOMES .
y,' i THE CLEWISTON HOME BUILDING ASSN'Clewiston
club at 'a meeting in the home of I .. \

Mre. J. F. Tlppey yesterday. Other -1---j YOU i,_: .' :
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officers elected were Mrs. J. F. Tip w :';'

pey vice president, Mrs. E. C. Merchant "The Most Perfectly Ventilated Hotel In the South.. :.

secretary. ,"'- '. '. ,... .. .',' .. ,
Following the election of officersto Storage Space Across Street European Plan '''' 'Ij -' L, .
serve for the coming year, delicious w .

refreshments were served..

Among the members present were

lleedames J. G. Allhands, F. M. _..-II'r. -.
Wright, Dick C. Miller, W. C. Hooker .

D. Gv Alston, E. C. Merchant, L. TO THE VOTERS OF THE TWENTY. 'I IllllllllllllllllllllllllliillllW'i

A. Morgan, Jr., and J. F. Tlppey. .

""" FOURTH, -SENATORIAL DISTRICT..#11 :<

I am making my campaign for the officeof : : n
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DR. J. C. NOWLINGHopkins State Senator from this District upon :,:f : ')

BulJ lng.CLEVISTON the following platform, and if elected f"" .
FLORIDA : CLEWISTON BUILDING MATERIAL COMPANY .
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Re-apportionment: of senators and representatives -, customers indifferent, hard to please. A U General about Electric 20 Fan: .
breezy, cheerful I electric I fan puts newlifa I years.Irs :
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good business to have plenty of General ,

THE CLEWISTON may have its proper representation ,in the w I Electric fans. They are dependable, .' '
quiet, long-lived and economical to /
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place where the charm of newnessIs If elected, I promise to be the : .:: :-.;. _" .-. .,. '" ., ,1.-.:_}.:", ,, ',< ,<, : .,:_>._ '. .-
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us-get our expert 'advice.CLEWISTON. from this District if elect a
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R' PfMfrlkll, .-. VOLUME 4-NO. 23 .CLEWISTONFLORIDA FRIDAY. MAY '30, 1930 PRICE 5 CENTS
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'; j(9 State's AttorneyGuy HARMONYHendry Senator Malone : MALONES WORKIN

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ri1L OF DYKE COSTS 1.c county voters have but a few more days before expressing their

r SHOWS ABILITY I''
choice of candidates to administer the affairs of the state and county gov

i TO BE REDUCED .;" r' ernments. That the people of the county are' becoming more interested in / r qt!. r Senate Candidate served \


I : : y the management of county affairs is clearly' shown in the, increased number rs Fifteen Sessions In

l' of registrations. *T
Commerc e Committee I w Legislature.One .

; Recommends Reduction f fL It is quite evident that the time has come in Hendry 'county,. when we 'Y4- .
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ZI of the heaviest votes to be
to $2,000,000. must have faithful and efficient official 9 Who will work in harmony for
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11 >r polled In the Democratic primariesnext
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, i the best interests of the countyofficialsIfreed, from the meshes, of petty Tuesday, in Hendry county, is

Reduction of Florida's contribution expected for Senator William H. Malone
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political alliances officials whose candidacy ts : -
-prompted by a desire fort
I'' for Lake Okeechobee Flood Control '
.. candidate for re-elction for the
service and not by greed for personal gain." z
: state senate.
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approximate-ly $&
'I' Hendry county's opportunities have scarcely 'iR scratched but'to continue I Basing ''his candidacy on his! past

senate commerce committee r01l0w.t' *5t* record, Senator Malone :who has. tad

1 ing their study of the house rivers I to induce new residents to .this, seeofr: .. 'we must first show them a 'the experience pf 15 sessions. 'in the

and harbors bill, according to Associated capable; honest county government. 4K legislature has had numerous requests -

Press news despatches from 1 from men and women .throughout
Consideration ,
of the membership
probable the '
board
of. county' commissioners '
Washington.The i : I his district.

Associated Press story readsin after the: primaries brings, the onC U8ion that E. E. Kelly andF. i :In' the earlier days. Senator, Ma-.
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part as follows: L. Dunaway, candidates unopposed wiHSbe elected. In addition to this Flo?e's :work :was devoted to ,the- educational -

The committee reduced the local tit k- :_ Interests of the atate and
for ., .. ,
candidate
cfiSrman
M. Strayhorn, is probable that W. L. Murray, present : of the board will ,be, re- 'i
contribution for the Lake Okeecho reelection as _state's attorney for it was largely due to his_I_ .unceasing,

bee flood control project from approximately the Twelfth Judicial District is one elected to office.' We then are : o duty ,of selecting as the Fifteen sessions in the legislature, efforts ,that; Florida's. ,educational

1 $4,60,000 to approximately of othes two members of the faced'Witl system has; attained. } jthe high; stand
of the most outstanding examples -who will act in. harmony in ,the senate and the house, coupled '
$2,000,000. ard which prevails. Of late'tie
I @ i a fearless prosecuting attorney. Giv- with these three men for the |tho with. a long ,.record. of faithful and, now :
Hope for favorable action on the : county. We can not af- r has given his attention ftp, roads .and
en the cooperation of the law en- efficient service are some, of, ,the.. I i _
bill at this session has been increased forcement officers Mr. Strayhornwill ford at this stage of the county's developWnf to, have on the board political reasons 'why Senator William- -- H.- highways and ,tax. reform..

'! 'j with the settlement by the continue his :relentless!:!. campaign I henchmen of aroup which, }would Sopfcrdize the .future prosperity Malone, candidate ,for ,re-election. ,. will. His experience, in tax;: reform, yprk]
senate committee of major controversies : .
will be of particular Benefit Jo his I
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against bootlegging and other formsof poll a heavy vote ihroughoujt: his dis- -
i over New York and Illinois pro- and development of Hendry county. Nor jLit necessary at this time to f ponsltuency if .the senate -
crime in his district.STRAYHORN i tract: in the June Primaries next. \ returned to ,
.I visions.: have proof conclusive that such would b"'tt inPtcd. If there is the remotest Tuesday. this ,year, :since, the ,question( ;oftaxation ,

I ,I": It was -assumed reduction of local will engage; virtually .the undivided
RECORD possibility that a. candidate might become one of this type then :
I I Contribution in Florida contemplates attention: of the next ..legislature. )

i an addition of $2,500,000 to $4,500,000 he should be barred from consideration by the. intelligent .
voter. COUNTY IS READY Jt will require.'. ,the sound, .
i authorization for federal ,expenditure INSURES BIG VOTE :thought of the best minds in the
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Ray Hull and Joe Ross, county commission. candidates from the La ; .
: ;,: I carried in the bill as the house ;wrote state, and. .Senator Malone who } asmade
Belle. district, far outrank of their opponents: TO 1 MARK I BALLOTSON '
i It. IN JUNEPRIMARY any '4 ':* T,Joe Ross as a contract a thorough: study :of, the situation ,\

. Cash contribution of $2.000,000 by tor has successfully demonstrated his ability asa business man and his ,is well qualified to ,serve in ,"

I local interests is required.: Agree- NEXT TUESDAY such, a cap c tr. ,.'
FIor'lda. character is above reproach. From his father, Judge Ross, Joe '''Ross has
ment followed a proposal by Cooperation Of Law Enforcement *& "The, ,tax .problem" said Senator

: representatives that the_ district be inherited a progressive yet conservative. viewpoint''' well as a reputa. Malone"" can only ,be. 'solved. :,in 'one. ,

" J 1 Allowed to contribute $3,000,000 in OfficersIs tion for honesty and fairness. W*-' : : Indications Of Record :way, which ,embodies. two elements. :
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I : ? bonds. Now Big Need. The "t" -- Vote Cast Is Seen :First, ,the reduction: of expenses in

,, I Senator Fletcher said he' was Hull,family of which Ray Hull, candidate, .... 't' for'" .c mmissioner, i is a member -. In government, local, county and ;state,.

r "very hopeful" the local contribution- Almost. twenty, years residence in is one of the_ oldest in Hendry county. Ray XJull,after years- of residencein Registrations. and second, a ;redistribution, of ,the

L:, Ii ,could be arranged. The measure ,contemplates this section_ ,<:? ,of South Florida, and; this section has gleaned, a keen knowledge 1 i',coltny,. 'affairs', which coupled' Hendry county voters will go to burden so that all 'classes of proper-
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; \ : a total expenditure by the faithful and efficient service during -, ty shall bear..,its equal ,share: and

" J federal government and local interests two terms of office are two of the with his innate honesty and business judgC1eI t*. akes him just the-'type-' the {polls next Tuesday to select the ,burden, placed where it will be
i "'. candidates in the Democratic primary ju
: of $9,000,000, for completion of of commissioner needed at this time. fj' ; I .' least burdensome. I 'propose to cooperate -
major reason why Hendry county t ; \ ".. ,
to fill state and offices.
the! project on which $12,000,000 already -Jl. =;*5. I county
voters are looking for the re-election : with any. agency. .endenvctr-. ,.,
In
: has been expended. considering -candidates in the rice t rriember of the state legislature ,Clewiston will ,play ,a major partin : -

: of Guy. M. Strayhorn!, _as state's attorney I the county election ..for the first problem
for this district. we are faced with the need of ,senojos:: ,to', Tallahassee a man what : \
'Ir I) .. r time, as:,,registrations from this end I
Y GIRL SCOUTS TOHAVE Fearless in his prosecution of !VIII i r e fl act credit .on Hendry county i'd r, one!!$fri work. to I!' ) own study." *

yl --- --- cr1mlna1s-1\1\ r.ot'.Strayhornt,has_:waged interests.,.'..of- <>-this, _sechon. >A .... ','" 1 r **', : t\v.total-.Offor, In, support. .of-bis.;beliefs-. 'along..v,.>__ T.thte_"',vn .oj-.: ',- ;.

f an unceasing war on the lawless element : ,line_, Senator Malone in t e'921'ses _
i UNIFORMS : fice, two of them, E E, Kelly for '
in ',his district and if given the Elbert L. Stewart is unquestionably the only 'man for the office. Con- lion ,opposed the ,extra :fifth cent tax
county commissioner and C. A. Jack
.z support of ,the .1 law ,enforcement offi- on gasoline and in .1929 he opposedthe
fr. JOREXERCISE-S duct of his business _affairs in the ,community reflects his sound ability : son for school board member are-
: cers has pledged himself ,to ,rid, extra sixth cent tax ,on gasoline
while his ,honesty is attested by the responsibility of his unopposed while 'the third local candidate *
Hendry county and the rest of his ,position, as bank I,because he believed 'it placed :too
E. L. Stewart for member of
district of bootlegging and other] cashier which 'he has held for several years. Stewart In the legislature; the, state ''legislature is opposed by heavy a burden on one 'commodity,

Many Troop MembersTo forms of crime. : whereas it is his belief that 'taxes
will reflect credit on this section 6f the"state.. L. O. Gravely of Ia Belle.
Get Second Class Although he is waging a constant should be distributed in 'such' a;
F. L. 'Dunaway candidate for count
battle against crime, the state's at For State's ,Attorney for the Twelfth Judicial! district, we must have a .manner as 'not to Te burdensome to'any
Badges Soon. ty commissioner from the Felda district -
torney has saved the and -
county fearless prosecutor 'who if given the cooperation of the law enforcement' is also unopposed. individual or commodity.In .
state considerable money by in the 1929 session' 'Senatorr.ra.
Uniforms for the ,members of the structing law enforcement officers in officers will rid the county of the lawless element. ,Four candidates In the race. for lone introduced a 'bill exempting

Clewiston secretary of state are ,H. Clay Crawford -
troop of Girl Scouts have
the proper manner of, preparing' and Guy M. Strayhorn, World War veteran and lawyer of prominence in,, gasoline used in fishing boats and
'been ordered and are expected to ,Jr., R. A. Gray, T., R. Hodges, .
serving
be received here in time for the .local papers. Fort Myers Is the man for the job. Given the 'support of the enforcement and William M. Toomer.In .' I other water craft. 'rom 'the gasoline
Mr. Strayhorn was born in Ken- tax,' on the basis that the gasoline
troop to wear them for the Memorial officers, Strayhorn will rid the race for railroad commissioner -
tucky and came to Citrus Center in Hendry county of bootlegging and other formsof tax is 'used largely for highway 'construction
Day exercises to be held in Group No. 1, are W. A. (Will) !
1911, when he operated a grocery lawlessness. He has had years of experience in the work; he has done while fishermen and other
the Civic Center Park this afternoon McQuagge and Eugene S. Matthews. i
store at that world .
place. During the boatmen necessarily receive no ,bene
it ,was learned at the regular meeting war he served with the.merican his utmost to clean up Hendry county; he is making some headway and William H. Malone, candidate for
fit from road construction and should
of the scouts held last Friday at we owe it to re-election. as state senator Is opposed
Expeditionary forces and is a member ourselves and to the county at large to encourge him In not be required to pay 'a special tax
the home of Mrs. R. Y. Patterson. by Arthur Gomez and J. Bow
of the Fort Myers Post of the this all-important work. '. in excess o others in the community,
Discussion of plans for the courtof ers Campbell.The .
American Legion, where he has held for highways.In .
honor to be held In the near future several offices. That Senator Malone will continue his good work in the senate is a race for state's attorney from
the same session of the legisla-
brought out the fact that more this district will be between Guy M.
He is a practicing attorney and a foregone conclusion to anyone knowing the man. Senator Malone has ture he also vigorously opposed and,
'than fifty percent' of the membership member of' Strayhorn, present incumbent, E. M. ,
the Methodist
church. was largely instrumental in defeat-
, In the local troop is ready for The served fifteen sessions in both houses of the legislature; has sponsored Magaha and Roy D. Stubbs, all of
sentiment of the average voter lug a bill providing or a tax of one

the second class badges. was expressed by one woman who innumerable Important measures and has strenuously opposed those Fort Myers. cent a pound on fish. Senator Ma-
Among the tests yet to be passedare said Elbert L. Stewart. candidate for
"Mr. Strayhorn has served measures which would work a hardship on his constituency. The themeof lone's argument was that it placeda
making up a hospital bed without member of the house of representatives -
faithfully and now that he is in the I burdensome tax on a class of peo,
disturbing the patient and soy: middle of his cooperation again appears for the senator from this district must workin is opposed by L. O. Gravely,
campaign against law- pie least able to bear it and becauseit
eral of the scouts will take this test and Gravely will also oppose HurdL.
lessness; I think he should be keptIn close harmony with the representative from this district. was discriminating against this
r at the Lakeview 'hospital within the Reeves, as candidate for member
-1 1/ Next few days. office. If Mr. Strayhorn were giv- Our paramount thought in marking the ballot next Tuesday should be of the state Democratic executive large industry in the state.
en the unstinted cooperation of the With committee membership playing

,& <.c Hostesses at the scout meeting law enforcement officers of the county to vote a ticket of harmony, for only by that method may we insure a committee.For an important role in a senator's

K were Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, Mrs. N. county commissioner in DIstrict -
It would not be long before crime smooth 'voyage for the county's ship of state. opportunity for service, Senator Malone
C. Storey, Mrs. Spicer and Mrs. J. No. 3, Ray C. Hull will be opposed :
were stamped from section.
this .
is again In an enviable position.He
.
G. Allhands. by H. L. Delaney, while In
is a member of the committee on
. a Scouts present were Jewel Lowe, district No.4, four county commissioner -

}' i Mary Bush, Margie Harvel, Betty 20 CARLOADS OF BIGGEST AIR TOUR IN HISTORY IS candidates are- W. I/ Murray, rules the business which enables of the legislature one to speed, member up

Spicer, Evelyn Hare and Dorothy present Incumbent, Earl S. Royer,
of the committee on Judiciary
Hare S. A. Douglas, and Solon B. Crews.
TOMATOES
SHIPPED PLANNED BY STATE AVIATION GROUP Competitive candidates for membership A which considers a major portionof

business presented for consideration
LAWN PRIZE WINNERS in the school board are Drew
y FROM LOCAL AREA and of utmost importance to-
: WILL BE ANNOUNCED Hampton, and A. L. Taylor from
Plans for the biggest state-wide be urged to sponsor racing and other this section, he is a member of the
District No. 2, A. C. Carr and M. L.
Judges in Clewiston's communitywide aerial tour ever attempted to be events for the visiting fliers. Details Williams from District No. 1. committee on roads and highways
Shipments of tomatoes from the which largely controls the legislation'on
I lawn contest will make a tour Clewiston held in Florida next winter, were of the plans for the air tour Registrations throughout the county -
section during the past will be this subject.
worked out later.
1 of inspection next week with view have been it is be-
a few weeks totalled 20 cars, it'was discussed by members of the aviation heavy and .
Another ot
to picking prize winners In the con1 learned matter of great importanceto lieved that a record vote will be
yesterday. committee of the Florida cham-
During the past the
test sponsored? by the Beautification development of aviation In
1 1 committee of the Clewiston Woman's week there were six cars shippedand ber of commerce at a meeting ,in Florida, was the move approved by pollel. Garden Club MeetPostponed

club. it is believed that loading of approximately Tampa. Clewiston, was representedat the committee, for the laying out of To JuneThe

three cars early next the meeting by Captain F. Deane Dance Postponed
permanent
:? Awards will be announced in next landing fields and emergency -
: week will complete the vegetable Duff, member of the committee who Until Next Week
: ; j week's Clewiston News and prizes landing fields throughout tho regular monthly meeting of

Y : : will be awarded for both 25 and 60 shipping season In this area. made the trip to Tampa In the Fair. state. The aim of the committee the Clewiston '. Unit of the Upper

i:: I foot lots. Two of the, three packing housesin child cabin. monoplane. will be to have at least one landing Postponement of the regular biweekly Glades Flower and Garden club,

.,;: it Keen Interest is being shown in thi ssection have already been In the aerial tour which will be field either permanent or emergency dance at the Clewis ton Inn, scheduled for this afternoon at the

;3}t ?J the contest which Is an annual event closed for the season and the thirdis the second annual event of Its kindin type in every county In the state. until Tuesday, Juno 10, was an- home of Mrs. Cleo A. Houze, has

I ...?_.in Clewiston. expected to close within the next the state, it Is planned to have County commissioners throughout nounced by American Legion officials. been postponed until the last Fridayin

s j General appearance, planning, and few days., more than 250 airplanes, ranging the stato will be asked to cooperate, June, it was announced yesterdayAt
: Market
I Improvement ,made will be of prices on tomatoes have from tiny sport planes to heavy as It was explained that landing Because of the' primary elections the Juno meeting committo appointments
some fallen during the
\ : the points on which the judges will past ton days which transports. IAn fields will make flying safer and next Tuesday the dance has been will bo comploted, and a
Is also a factor In
'i base their decisions. cutting short' the Itinerary will be carefully speed the development of aviation In postponed for a week. Legion officials definite program of activity ar

'.!\ .. packing season. r, worked out and cities en routo will Florida. '_ explained. ; ranged.I .

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2 AF TWO CLEf VIS TON NEWS, CLEWISTON._ ,' FLORIDA______ ___ ____'__m____.___ FRIDAY, MAY 30, 193G
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I/1111,1,111,111111, .",' ,I" I '" '" '" I" FOR STATE SENATORTO solved, but tax relief and actual economy .

THE CLEWISTON r NEWS 'f PERSONALS j are the imperative needs of the

THE VOTERS OF THE 24TH people. 0 I
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Published every Friday at :11111111111111411.11111,1411111111111111111111/11111111111 11111111111111Mr.
SENATORIAL DISTRICT: As a lawyer I do not and will not
Clewiston, Florida. and Mrs. L. H. Curtin spent AN INCREASING NUMBER OF LOCAL PEOPLE I
the week end in Palm Beach. In announcing my candidacy for represent, by way of private employ I '

LOUIS A. MORGAN\ .... Publisher the office of State Senator I respectfully ment, any corporation or similar powerful ARE FINDING IT AN ECONOMY BOTH I ,

.. TOM SMITH .................... Editor Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hanson are solicit tho support of the citizens interest during my tenure ot IN MONEY AND ENERGY, TO ENJOY THE !
of the District.In office. To serve the citizens of the
the Postoffice at Clew entertaining Mr. Hanson's sister and
Entered at 1915 and 1917 I served as a 24th District faithfully, fearlessly EXCELLENT. CUISINE AT THE CLEWISTON !
brother. Miss Muriel Hanson of Baton
Florida, second class matter.
,
iston as Member of the House of Represen and efficiently I want to be free I i
Rouge, La., and Pugh Hanson of INN.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES Porto Rico. tatives. Was County Solicitor 'for from any possible Influence that I

One Year ..............r.rr..r..r........ $2.50 Monroe County for eight years and may conflict therewith. II .
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Six Months .................L....r.r.rr..... 1.50 Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Ames left State Attorney for the 20th Judicial I will esteem It a great honor to ; -

Three Months .'.............................. -75 Monday for New York City where Circuit for four years. be your obedient servant In the THE CLEWISTON INN
Oppressive taxation is no longer next legislature. I
ADVERTISING RATES they; will spend the summer. They bearable and if elected I will favor Sincerely ,submitted, "In The Center of Americas New Sugar Bowl"
cents inch.: No discount were accompanied as far as Atlanta.
Forty-five per legislation that affords Arthur Gomez. :
practical
any -CLEWISTON :
special posiUolguaranteed. Ga., by Mrs. Jim Beardsley and son FLORIDA
for plates.No relief to the tax
Bruce, who are going on to Chicagofor payer.
All advertising copy ;
and Stato officials .
I believe County LOST-Gold watch chain with silver
a months visit with, Mrs. Beard-
must be in this office on Wednesday .
should be paid straight salary and
a
r ley's mother. baseball at golf course. Initials
before issue of paper the Fee System abolished. R. A. W., on ball. Finder please call -

Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hanson and There are many problems to be 339 Clewiston. News
YOUR VOTE ON TUESDAY
son, Willie, Miss Muriel Hanson and I ITo
voters will to
Hendry county go '"
i Pugh Hanson motored to Palm Beach.
the polls next Tuesday to express ,
cm Sunday.
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their choice of candidates for state County: --:: : : ... .
,the Voters ef Hendry ,, :
and county offices. The manner in 'Mr. and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson' .. .

which. the affairs of the county' will tertained :\11'. and Mrs. W. G. Amesat I am a candidate for Representative of
be administered, will depend on the
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type of county commissioner elected dinner Saturday evening. Hendry County in the June Primary. Your

and administration of state affairs Miss J. Graves, nurse connectedwith vote and influence will be appreciated MAKE YOUR SELF AT HOMEA

will depend on the type of
the state department of health
men we send- to the senate and .to spent a day in Clewis ton on busi I '
; E. L. STEWARTANNOUNCEMENT
the legislature. ness. I -
Election is a serious matter and ;1 FEW CHOICE ROOMS -

should be accepted as such by the
Mr. and Mrs. Fred B. Puryear; and
voters. ARE NOW AVAILABLE. llJ)
Doc McArthur spent Sunday :i in West ,
Hendry county is a. large corpora Palm Beach.
tion in which we taxpayers are the

stockholders. On next Tuesday we .
Frank Flanders, Clewiston golf : ,
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are asked to elect a board of directors REASONABLE RATES "( : '
pro spent the week end in Lake .
for this company. Seen in this Your I
Worth. support and assistance at the June
demand clos '
light the primaries our
est attention and best judgment. The Primary will be appreciated. HOMELIKE SURROUNDINGS
John Crane and W. Roseberry left

first essential for' a candidate to Sunday on a vacation. trip to Akron, : '," ,
merit our consideration must be hon Ohio. E.E. KELLY

esty, but it does not end there. A
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group of candidates may be equally ; Candidate for County Commissioner :< TRY OUR SUNDAY DINNERSCLEWISTON'S :
James L. Taylor, Hendry county I
honest, but there may be a variationin : *
District! No.1 1
tax collector was a business visitor ,.
their ability. In the case of those 0J'p .-
III Clewiston. ?
who have served previously their record

should largely influence our .-..-. ,. -,. -, '." ';'-
Elbert L. Stewart and Louis A. ::
judgment. Those who have sacrificedthe POPULAR HOTEL /
Morgan were in Felda Sunday. .
best interests of the county for

p'riva t e
aggrandizement
personal Mr. and Mrs. C., W. McDondald ANNOUNCEMENTTo
settlement of political debt
gain or a
spent Sunday afternoon in Belle
should be summ a rily eliminatedfrom Glade visiting Mrs. J. R. Alston.Mr. the voters of the Twelfth Judicial Circuitof -
any further consideration. Florida THE WATANABE HOTEL
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In determining the merits of those :
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and Mrs. W. S. Harvel'spent

candidates who have not held public ho week end in Orlando.J. I hereby announce my candidacy for the Office of State's AttorneyIf MRS CLAUDE DOWNS, Manager.

office, it isw ll consider. their I am honored with this important trust by the people. I promise a

conduct of their private businesses. R. Alston spent Monday in faithful discharge of my duty and a fair and impartial enforcement of

After all, we are looking for busi Belle Glade on business.C. ALL of the Criminal Laws without fear or favor. / ,

ness men of sound judgment to ad- Respectfully : = = = = = : : ..= = =..: .. .. .. -..
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minister the business affairs of the :
W. McDonald; spent Tuesday in }S
state and county. Canal Point on business. 'ROY D. STUBBS.To .
We can expect results in propor
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Mrs. W : Shackleford is visitingMrs. ,
we use in selection of the candidates i
Gus McGhee. fJr.
Apathetic marking! of the ballot will "

probably mean apathetic administration Mrs. N. J. Jackson accompaniedby the Voters of the 24th Senatorial District: I II
of county affairs, anal sound
her of Fort Myers a
son spent
judgment in selection of the candi wish to announce that I will be a candidate for re-election to ,'. :, ,J' ;,,,, .: """ 1 '
day visiting her brother and sister- 1. ..
dates will, probably result Jn a sound the office of State Senator from the 24th District. .
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Gus McGhee. ;
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business-like administration. Mrs. :Milton Crouch and Mrs. Carl I have served four terms In the Senate and two terms in the } :
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Clewiston has shown a commend Berner motored to West Palm Beachon House. My friends have been kind enough to say that I have served : TI : Iry: rft/'r: 0 .

able flected interest in the,in county heavy affairs registrationsand as re Monday. faithfully. f am a member. of the Committee on Roads and High ;j :: : :

ways, Judiciary A. and Rules; these are the most important com .. ..
payment of poll taxes from this list of qualified candidates and-mini: mittees for this, district '.- .,. < .'.. ,. -, ,. .
end of the district. ing only those, in whose integrityand .
I will appreciate the vote and support of the people in the Democratic "
Let us show an equally keen interest I business judgment we have sincere Primary In New roads are under construction -

,.. by thoroughly considering confidence.. .
June.WM.

...... I H. MALONE ; thousands of additional acres

of sugarcane will be harvested for


next year's grinding season. Clew-


iston is swiftly approaching its

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the Voters of the Twelfth Judicial District rightful._ place as the metropolis of

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the ,northern Everglades.
.w I am a candidate to succeed myself as 'STATE ATTORNEYof

X /VNAA/VVVVNA/XA VVVVVVVV this circuit. I have performed the duties of this office fairly and -, -- -, -

impartially during the term I have held it. and if elected to a second
terml shall give the same honest and conscientious service toward the Now is the time to take advantage -

enforcement of all laws and to all other duties that may devolve uponme
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State Attorney. golden opportunities
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GUY M. STRAYHORN. ',," .' ;' '
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Never in our entire business .

y i: -- career have we offered values < .
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tires in their various pried
For Details Write To
classes-they are easily the To the Voters of the Twelfth Judicial Circuit:

foremost tire bargains available

Y v1a in town. Don't take cur Vote for and support Judge E. M. Magaha,
word for it-find out for

PEERLESS yourself--today! the people's candidate for State's Attorney.He CLEWISTON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

29 x 4.40 ........ ............. $6.30 '

30 x 4.50 ", .7.00 I was born and reared on a farm in Santa Rosa County, .Flor Clewiston Florida
TRAXON

29 'x 4.40 ......:...:::::..... .... $5.70 ROYAL ida; is a self made man; graluated from law college of Universityof

30x4.50. ...":--.'...,......,., ..6'60 Florida'in 1913 and ,has actually been engaged in the practice of
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law ever since, giving special attention to criminal law.
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"",. ": "\. :.:. '. Give him a chance, and he will make you a good State's Attorney.E. "IN THE CENTER OF AMERICA'S

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.BUILT BY THE WORLD'S LARGEST PRODUCER OF RUBBER> -
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MOB POUR CLEWISTON NEWS. CLEWISTON. FLORIDA FRIDAY, MAY 30, .1930!;
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i Mrs. Claud Downs, Mrs. Jim Beards.I -.
I WILLING WORKERS
Married
ley, Mrs. H. A. Bestor and Mrs. Cleo Woman

: Houze. Guests wore Mrs. F. Deane ARE-PARTY.GUESTS Fears Gas-Eats

COgfa i Duff, Mrs. W. C. Hanson, and Mrs.
I : Members of the Willing Workers Only Baby Food"For
== == R. Y. Patterson. Mrs. Patterson hold
Sunday school class of the Clowls- 3 years I ate only baby food,
Mrs.
high score Amos second, and
ton Community church were enter- everything else formed gas. Now,
Mrs. Cleo A. Houze, Phone 359 Mrs. L. A. Morgan, Jr.. Phono 369> Mrs. F. M. Wright, Phono 384 Mrs. Downs third. tained Friday night at the "home of thanks to Adlerlka, I eat anything
and enjoy life."-Mrs. M. Gunn. ---.
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Mrs. J. K. Baker, -- -
--- when Mrs. Fred
Just ONE spoonful Adlerlka re- '
SCHOOL FACULTY IS MRS. F. DEANE DUFF ,tin, Mrs. Fred Puryear, Mrs. F. M. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Vaughn, Jr., Topper, Mrs. Ed Butler and Mrs. W. lieves all GAS BO you can eat and .
HONORED AT DINNERIN HOSTESS AT BRIDGEIN Wright, and Miss Muriel Haneon. entertained at a delightful chicken D. Suds served as hostesses. sleep better. Acts on BOTH upper
dinner in their home and lower bowel removing poisonsyou
Monday even Games'and I
RESIDENCEMrs. contests were enjoyedin
PATTERSON HOME RIDGE delightful salad course was served.
never know were ther, and
Ing. Present were II. E. Fridge, Joe which Mrs. C. M. Smith and Mrs.
High scores were held by Mrs. which caused your stomach trouble.No .
:Mr. and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson en- F. Dcane Duff entertained at Claud Downs and Mrs. L. C. Curtin; Drouet, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Smith Earl Merchant won prizes Delicious matter what you have tried for .

Pertained, dinner and bridge Friday bridge at her home on Del Monte 'low, Mrs. W. C. Owens; and the and Mr. and Mrs. Vaugh and son, refreshments consisting of Ice cream stomach and bowels, Adlerika will
surprise you! ALSTONS DRUG
evening in honor of the facultyof Ave.. Monday afternoon. The color draw, Mrs. Fred Puryear. Harry. 'fand .cake were served. STORE. 6-1-30

the CHewiston school. A fried chicken scheme throughout the down-stairs .....................---------- -
dinner was served buffet style, was lavender, yellow and pink. BRIDGE CLUB MEETS piiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii{ ( iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii InIIIIIIlIIIIIlIlIIIlIlIDIIIII 1 c

the 'g uestg being seated. at small Those present were Mrs. W. 'C. Hanson WITH MRS. MILLERMrs. ----- --
tables in the living room. Guests Mrs. Wm. Owens, Mrs. P. Alec --- -------
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:Mr. and Mrs. Barker, Mr. and Mrs. Bestor, Mrs. Wilbur Cole, Mrs. tertained the bridge club at her .--- ---------
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Thomas, Miss Jayme Williams, :Miss Claud Downs, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson,: home Saturday afternoon. The members --- -

Elta Whatley, Miss Mary Skelton, Mrs. Wm. Hooker, Mrs.. L. H. Cur-: present were Mrs. W. G. Ames, : -

Miss Ola Pettaway. Dick Gillespie, : :: :
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Dr. Ezelle, Mr. Pruit, A. W. Sins, C. IT IS SAVING NOT GETTING THAT'c: ,
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Owen and Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bes-I

tor ; _, "H"-J"; IS THE MOTHER OF RICHES
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BESTOR BOYS ARE
HOSTS AT PARTY

GUERNSEY WHIPPING CREAM r v"i": 1j_ t
George and Richard Bestor were ==

hosts. Saturday evening at a party
AND STRAWBERRIES
for the younger set Gamos were ....
played after which sandwiches, cake ..
and punch were served. The guests : .:'
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Evelyn Hare, Margie Haryel, _
were
CLEWISTON DAIRY COMPANYSugarland .
Betty Spicer, May Lilly Stone, Caroline .. >' STARTED IN THE, CLEWISTON HOMEBUILDING :: ..:,' 2 ,'l),
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Hawkins, Jane Marfield, Mary :, .
Phone 333 / f'
Highway ASSOCIATION W1TH PAYMENTS .-
Bush, Charles Surles, Orin Jeffriee, -.
Van Bush, Marvin Altman. Bobby .F.. AS LOW AS 50 CENTS A ,WEEK. ...... : -

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MRS.NAMED the DAVE party.ALSTON PRESIDENTOF CLEWISTON FOLKS : ( :':<:).,/" : ;: ,' ; : ; d- '' 'I



SOCIAL CLUB = :; e :
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THE ,
Mrs. Dave Alston was named t =_=

- president of the Clewiston Social MIAMI, FLORIDAWELCOMES :.t. '
"v. THE CLEWISTON HOME BUILDING ASSN-
club at a meeting In the home of

Mrs. J. F. Tippey yesterday. Other YOU '. $: ;; Clewis
ton Phone 101 Florida _
officers elected were Mrs. J. F. Tip ---- .. .- .. ,. ; -
vice. president, Mrs. E. C. Merchant --- ------
pey '-
"The Most Perfectly Ventilated Hotel In the South. = ==
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'Following the election of officers Storage Space Across Street European Plan
to' serve for the coming year, delicious
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refreshments were served.

Meedames Among the J. members G. Allhands present, F.were M. iniiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiCLEWISTON"""lion 111111 1111I11 Rill II nil"1111111111111111 11I11 111111111111I11111111I11 III II II II II IIIIlIlIn nl

Wright. Dick C. Miller, W. C. Hooker I

D. G. Alston, E. C. Merchant, L. TO THE VOTERS OF THE TWENTY- 1......................................IW
A. Morgan, Jr., and J. F. Tippey.
FOURTH SENATORIAL DISTRICT: .' .

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I am making my campaign for the officeof .

DR. J. C. NOWLING State Senator from this District upon .

Hopkins Building, the following i platform, and if elected : ; BUILDING MATERIAL COMPANY ... =
CLEWISTON, FLORIDA v
promise i so far as possible i to carry out .-l-- .,.'.;..... .

this platform: "\":. ' '. .. '; .' ', ):.), .'
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30 minutes, checks a Cold the first Abolishment of all extravagant expenditures. = 'r. 'COO I : ,. =

day, and. checks Malaria In three .
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Elimination of useless boards, bureaus, N : rsr., ;'; =

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'I Ir taxes by strict a c ono m y. .! '.: customers :. -" .

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t wAirM1T i 1co and use my influence against any new II ''.t....'. bA.C.cwD.C. ; .
form of sales tax. The Legislature has gone >. : ; torrent : .

far enough in placing tax burdens on the 11. ..

consumer. Any tax that would increasethe :# .

present high i cost of 1 living would jeopardize e .

the welfare of this State. .

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Hot, stuffy air makes workers languid and The average life ofa :

Re-apportionment of senators and representatives customers indifferent, hard to please. A General Electric fan. .. .
in accordance with the Constitutional breezy, cheerful electric I fan puts newt hf\i ) ts about .20 yeors.SpecJal .' .
( and freshness into your office or store. Offer .
THEM TO'THE -
provisions-that South Floridamay .
It's good business to have plenty I of Gen .

CLEWISTONLAUNDRY : have its proper representation in the eral Electric fans. They are dependable, _, \ > fIJ
quiet, long-lived and economical to II
C 0. government of the State. run. :; :.
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The Clewiston Laundry Is the '7 ; ,:.' : .
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place where the-charm of If ,,
newnaesis elected I IJ ; .
promise to be the representative : : :: 'i

restored to your clothes. In case of all the people in the District and = .t '" ":: :<' ,, -._ : ,. "" =
you stain your clothes-do not try ,
to remove the soil yourself-you may the tool of no one. There will be no chestnut -. : .

spoil the garment. Call 336 and ask pulling in the next Legislature by anyone < :

us-get our expert advice. from this District if elect

CLEWISTON'LAU.ND'RY Senator. you me your = CLEWISTON BUILDING MATERIAL COMPANYfmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmtommmin=


inc. J. BOWERS CAMPBELL .

EL PASO AVE. -.SAN BONITA ST. Candidate for State Senator, Twenty-fourt District, comprising I .

CLEW/STON FLORJDA the Counties of Collier, Hendry, .Lee and Monroe. .

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