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... VOLUME 5 NUMBER 1S CLEWISTON FLORIDA FRIDAY, MARCH 2o, 1902. SINGLE COPY FIVE CENTS
T' CANE PLANTING AND EXPANSION WILL I Easter is State's. I EIGHT CANDIDATES ENTER RACE FOR
MARK ACTIVITY HERE WHEN GRINDING! i 419th Birthday 1 COUNTY OFFICES AS POLITICAL SEASON
Easter will not only be Easter
OPERATIONS CEASE ON ARPIL FIRST I hundred this year and but nineteenth it will be anniversaryof the four TURNS VOTERS' MINDS TO ELECTIONGAS
the discovery of Florida. Easter j -
VERY SUCCESSFUL SEASON IS HENDRY CITIZENS APPOINTEDAS I Sunday is on March 27th this year, CONSUMPTION i INTEREST GROWS IN COMING-
and it was on March 27th, Easter PRIMARY OTHERS ARE
ABOUT TO BE BROUGHT GOOD ROADS DELEGATES ;
TO AN END I Sunday, 1513, that Ponce de Leon A total of 53,477 gallons of gaso- EXPECTED TO ENTER
Representative Elbert L. Stewart, first sighted land. which is now line was sold in Hendry county during -
Grinding operations at Clewiston's of Clewiston, Commissioners Selden known as. Florida. Ponce deLeon, the month of February, according Voters of Hendry county are be-
I who was searching for the Fountain -
4000-ton daily sugar mill will cease L. Stewart and Ray C. Hull of La- to tabulated statement sent out coming vote-conscious as this week
of Youth, called the land
April first, Jay W. Moran, comptroller Belle and J. R. Doty and E. E.I brings eight new political announce-
this week from the Bureau of In-
Pascua Florida, a Spanish term
ments for the various offices. W.
of the United States Sugar Cor- Goodno of LaBelle were this week I
i ing "Feast of.. Flowers" Easter. spection of the state Department of
poration announced today. appointed as official delegates to the C. Hooker, for sheriff; H. A. Rider
20th annual convention of the United i I Agriculture. In February 5,800 gal- for county judge; W. T. Hull, for
"The season about to close, Mr.
States Good Roads Association which lons of kerosene were sold in the clerk of the court; Solon B. Crews
Moran ful. The said mill"has having been very been success-in con- is to be held in ,Miami next month. I LIGHT REGISTRATION I county. I and W. L. (Bill) Murray for TaiAssessor
3 The appointments were made by ; J. L. Taylor and E. E.
tinuous operation since the grinding The state consumed total of 20-
Governor Carlton, and each of the Kelley for Tax collector, Dave G-
season began here in December, ex- MARKS PREPARATION I 941,891 gallons of gasoline not including commissioner of
delegates was urged to attend the Alston for county
cept for the weekly cleaning period 182,533 gallons sold to U.
meeting. 350 delegates from the 67' district One and Charlie Miner for
and few minor repairs." S. Governmental agencies not sub-
counties of Florida were appointed member of the school board, are the
FOR CITY CAUCUS DAY
The comptroller stated that the ject to the state seven cent tax. announcements made this week.
season had netted a very satisfactory i Previous announcements have
yield of sugar. The sugar content Federal Inspector been received from Elbert L. Stewart
I BALLOTS WILL BE PLACED: IN Last Week's Frost'I'
and tonnage of the cane this year and Louis O. Gravely for representative -
has been high and weather condi- Bass IncreaseD. HOPKINS. BUILDING :NEXT
Says and Sheriff H. L.. DeLaney.
Kills Easter Roses
tions have been very favorable to TUESDAY I I' Paul Deam announced last week for
r G. Cox, of Okeechobee, employeeof
.: harvesting operations. The dry re-election as Justice of the Peace
'' weather during the harvesting and the United States Bureau of Registration ,in Clewiston's city 'I Roses from Mason's Rose Garden, from this district and Ed Butler for
grinding ason has permitted a Fisheries, visited Moore Haven this caucus failed to reach the hundred 1 local florists, will not be available constable. All those announcingthis
,continuous stream of cane to be week while on a tour of the Lake mark yesterday as the books for the I I for the Easter market this year, due week are well known in all sec
:brought to the mill here, from the Okeechobee section for the federal t city's preferential caucus closed. I to the unusual cold spell recently, tions of the county.
bureau I according to statement of V. V. Ma-
fields of the company Hendryand
Nominations are called for Tuesdayat TaylorJ.
Mr. Cox is making a of the Mason Garden has I
survey son. Usually
: the adjoining counties.
which time polls will be provided I L. Taylor who seeks reelectionas
fishing waters to determine the an abundance of roses in bloom
Therp was no loss in ,cane by'virtue in the Hopkins building for voters i I tax collector, is a native Floridianand
present status of the black bass, a l practically the round as the
of the frost striking this sec- to designate their preference for a i year came to Felda. in 1917 when this
I species of fish which has been the muck which the roses
on are grown
tion early last week, a few sectionsof citizen to be appointed to the board!} territory was a part of Lee county.
subject of much legislative contro- ''is not as subject to frost as other
cane were nipped but were immediately of city commissioners to fill the un-'I When Hendry county was created in
harvested and convertedinto versy. expired term of Jules M. Burgerieswho -j, nearby. 1917 :Mr. Taylor was appointed as
sugar before any damage couldbe According to all.available information has filed his resignation as .a,I However, the pre-Easter cold snap a member of the board of county
done. Only one frost of any and indications there is an increased member of the board and requests: this year following an unusually commissioners of the new county by
consequence formed in this section number of black bass in I that it become effective April first. I mild winter, resulted in a frost so Governor Cary A. Hardee. -He was
during the past winter months. the lake, says Mr. Cox. The black complete that the young growth on elected to his present office in 1928.
I According to provisions of the city
bass is one of the most popular fish ''the'I' rose bushes was killed and there E. E. KellyE.
activities of the cor-
The sugar charter the board of commissionersare
'J poration will not cease with the taken from Lake Okeechobee for I authorized to appoint some qual- will be no roses for two or three E. Kelly, of Clewiston, who also
) closing of the mill here. The field market sale, and numerous attempts ified citizen to fill un-expired terms. weeks. seeks election as tax collector, has
have been made to prohibit its sale ,Mason's Rose Garden is locatedone for the
forces will be placed at work furthering been a resident of the state
A, proclamation was issued some two
the expansion program laid by those who allege that commercial I I weeks ago, setting forth the registration mile east of Moore Haven and past 10 years. Previous to comingto
.- out months New fields fishing on the lake has depleted the finds sale for its roses in many of Florida Mr. Kelly was an accountant -
some ago. days, and naming Tuesday as
will be placed under cultivation and supply. Moore Haven Democrat. I nomination day. Mr. Burgeries'I the lake communities as well as in the Ordinance Department of
i towns on the east and west coasts. U. S. for six sta-
the fields not being harvested will be term of office expires in 1933. I Army years
I Moore Haven Democrat. tioned at Peoria 111.. and Racine
re-stocked with other varieties of ,
I Names of several Clewiston citi-
EASTER SERVICES Wisconsin. He elected as coun-
which have proved more satis- was
cane ;zens have been 'mentioned by those
factory Only the best varieties arel' I qualification. No nomination is ty commissioner from the Clewiston
i used in the re-stocking I LANGFORD TALKSON district two years ago, and says that
being .pro- TO BE OBSERVED required;; each: duly qualified vd-
I his record commissioner is opento
cess. In some quarters of the tre may write in the names of three as
,.-- :gigantic plantation a light growth I citizens. Following is the caption EDUCATION ATP.T.AMEETiNG public inspection.
;4T ) "Was found this season. These will ATTWOCHURCHES that will be used on the ballot: "I I William T. Hull
:.w ./ be thickened with new canes to submit the following named personsas I W. T. Hull, of LaBelle, who an-
r bring the tonnage of next year to a candidates to fill the unexpiredterm nounces this :week for reelection as
( higher point than was obtained this CATHOLIC AND COMMUNITY of'city commissioner, of the city clerk of the circuit court: is not onlya
season. CHURCHES PLAN SER of Clewiston, Florida, whose resig-I 1I native. Floridian but a native of
One of the ideals of the new company nation becomes effective April, 1,I NEW OFFICERS ARE ELECTED the territory now comprising Hendry
is to improve the varieties of VICES SUNDAY 1932, and recommend that the Board AND SCOUTS DEMONSTRATEAT county. He was elected to his pres-
cane, to increase production and to ',of City Commissioners appoint one I ent post seven years ago and has
Easter will be appropriately celebrated INTERESTING
work toward a year-round activity in of the three persons named belowto held the office continuously since
the sugar plantation. With this at both the Catholic and Community fill such vacancy." his first term. All records in his of-
churches here Sunday. : Objects of :Education was the sub-
idea in view, all efforts are bent, fice and functions as clerk are open
toward this end. As ,better cane i Although no definite program has I Ii ject of a talk made at the regular for inspection at any time, he says.
meeting Clewiston P.-T. A.
been announced by Father Finuegan. of the Solon B. Crews
varieties are developed they are i HOOKER ANNOUNCESIN
Mr. M. G. Langford.
planted in the fields to replace less i pastor of the church: of St. Margaret, last Friday by Solon B. Crews. present county
it that beauti- Accepting unanimously the reportof from Ft. Denaud who
efficient breeds of the sugar producing is understood a very commissioner
cane. ful and impressive service is sched- SHERIFF'S RACE the nominating committee the announces this week for Tax Asses-
uled for the morning hour. following officers for next year were sor, is one of the early settlers of
At the Community church a beau- elected: President, Mrs. J. A. Mc- this county, and through his activities -
NO FUNDS ON HAND tiful Easter Cantata has been arranged -I Announcing on a platform of law'I Gehee; Vice-ptesident, Mrs. I. M. as county commissioner, cat-
for the evening service. "The enforcement, strict economy in office Pafford; Secretary, Miss Mae Drew; tleman, and farmer is familiar with
I King of Glory," a specially prepared I and cooperation with all tax! Treasurer, Mrs. Barney Thomas. all property values in the county.W. .
TO FINISH CROSS Cantata by R. S. Morrison will be payers|I county officers and citizens, The main feature of the meetinglast L. (Bill) MurrayFor
given at this church at 8 p. m. which'iW. C. (Bill) Hooker, of Clewiston II' Friday was a musical contest, Tax Assessor W. L. Murray
will continue for 40 minutes. There J today announces as a candidate for;,in which a number of old songs were enters the race this week- "If nomi-
: ". STATE THOROF ARE will be no preaching service in the sheriff of Hendry county. j; played and those present were asked nated and elected," he says in his
evening. Mr. Hooker is a native Floridian, to give the names of those played. announcement, "I promise a faithful
-. During the past week the church born and reared 'in DeSoto county,/; Charlie Miner was awarded the,performance of the duties of the office -
j 11f;:' ROAD MEMBER CAN MAKE: NO choir has been preparing for the song where for the first 30 years of his i|prize for knowing the greatest num-'I and a fair and impartial treatment -
PROMISE AS TO WHEN service. The choir is composed of: life he engaged in raising cattle and ber. toward all."
WORK WILL START Miss Mae Drew, soprano, and Miss oranges. as well as engaged in gen-i I j When mothers were, counted it Dave G. Alston
Jo Hogan soprano and Miss Eliza- eral truck farming. Sixteen years'was found that 20 mothers of Miss Dave G. Alston, who came to
Funds for paving the nine mile I beth West, Miss Mary Bush, Miss ago he came to the Everglades and:( Williams' room were present and, Clewiston in its early days an-
stretch from the Lee county line to I Betty Spicer and Miss Marion Leydig. later settled the community now i I that room was awarded the prize nounces as candidate for county
LaBelle are not available and the The male parts in the cantata will[known as Hooker's Point near here.I for attendance. commissioner from district One. Mr.
work will not be started for at least I be carried by Marshal Yenawine, A. In commenting on his past acti- The meeting was enlivened by Alston says that his only public office -
a year, the commissioners of Hendry W. Sias, Joe Johnson H. P. Peterson, vities Mr. Hooker said he came to I demonstrations by members of the has been that of school board
county were informed this week by and J. E. Beardsley. :Miss Leydigwill this section 16 years ago when prac- boy scout troup who "showed the'member from this district and bases
Addison Logan, member of the state serve as pianist. tically all of it was unsettled and be- mothers some of the things they had his platform as one of strict ,economy
road department from this district.Mr. gan growing produce on the Ever-(!learned scouting." How to make a and fair dealing as a member of
Logan, a new member of the KIWANIS: CLUB :MEETS WITH glades muck lands. As a resident of stretcher from three scout shirts, the board of county commissionersas
I I has been his policy as a memberof
board, said that contracts had been HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETES this locality he was instrumental in .how to treat a snake bite and a few
let during the tenure of Robert W. gaining the cooperation of Lee coun- games were shdwed to the entertain- the school board.
Bentley, whose place Mr. Logan was Eight high school boys and nine ty officials to build the first road ment of those present. H. A. Rider
County Judge H. A. Rider of La-
appointed to fill, which used up all girls, and two athletic coaches of from Clewiston to the Palm Beach
I Belle announces his candidacy to
the money that could have been used the Clewiston school basketball i county line. He was a member of PISTOL THEFT BRINGS $.13 FINE
for'this district, with the exception teams were the honor guests at the jlthe I board of county commissioners succeed himself as judge of the
-of $75,000. This amount of money Kiwanis club weekly luncheon Iof, this county in '1929 and 1930 and,I Arval Panrose, who was arrestedat i county court. Judge Rider is an attorney -
will be used in this district in completing -I Tuesday night at the Watanabe i.with other members of the board, Okeechobee late last week, was:. by profession and was appointed -
bridges on the stretch from House. was responsible for the constructionof I tried here Saturday before Justice I by Governor Doyle E. Carl-
i, LaBelle to the Lee county line, and Members of the club expressed the the cross state highway from the' of the Peace Paul Deam for the ton to fill the unexpired term of
In grading a seven mile stretch in appreciation for the splendid work Palm Beach county line to LaBelle.I theft of a 38 calibre revolver from the late Judge Ross who died last
'c: t ',. Glades county. done by the two athletic teams dur- Mr. Hooker says he is one of the I Fred W- Whidden the previous week. year.: He says, in his announcement,
;w few Everglades: pioneers who has Upon conviction he was sentenced that he solicits an inspection of his
'tI \.y"I will not make any promises as ing the season and the spokesmenfor
come to this section and resided here I to pay a fine of $53 or serve 60 I record for the short period in office.
: to the LaBelle road construction, I the teams, Bobby Hare and Mary Charlie Miner
for 16 in the county jail.
Mr. Logan said, "but will do the bestI I Louise Oglesby, ably replied for continuously years.: days Charlie Miner, well known Clewis-
can. As you can see. I am spendingall their teammates.
STABBING BRINGS ARREST TAG LAW VIOLATIONBess ton resident, enters his name in the
of the funds that I have with the Those present at the luncheonwere list of candidates this week. He is
... exception of certain necessary main- : Miss Jeanette Morgan, Miss Jo Rosie Walker, negress, is now rest- Gibson, who gave her address announcing as candidate. for school
tenance items, right here, as I be- Hogan Mary Louise Ogjesby, Emma ing in the county jail at LaBelle as .Pahokee, was arrested here board member from the Clewiston
lieve that the work is needed most Bethea, Mildred Brantley, Katherine the result of a cutting scrape in Tuesday on charges of violation of district. "I 'am not a politician."
in this section." Wiandt, Betty Spicer. Annie :Math's Harlem Tuesday night, when Rosle the state license tag law and having he says, "but am interested in the
Evelyn Hare Mary Bush and Mae became annoyed at some of the activities possession of one pint of liquor. She welfar of the entire county and
Tomato shipments from Clewis- Lily Stone; Van Bush' George Hooks of her husband, Charlie, and was taken to the county jail at La- especially tlie schools and will do
ton arc reported as bringing a much Bill Hooks, Marvin Altman, Roy t began carving on his mid section.! Belle and will be tried before arrest all in my power to conduct them on
better price than prevailed at the Green. liaison Avant, Bobby Hare She will be tried before Judge Rider: ty Judge H. A. Rider. The the 'high plane the citizens are entitled .
first of the season and Merril Lowe. on charges of assault and battery. I was made by Deputy Monroe Young., to receive."
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1W0 THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY MARCH 23>>, 1032'
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THE TEST J which the Roman Seal was Impress FOR TAX COLLECTORTo FOR; CLERK CIRCUIT COURT
THE CLEWISTON NEWS ed. That was a crime, as was also nil Voter In Hendry County:
They crowned Him with bay and the neglect To the Voter of Hendry County:
Published every Friday In Clewiatot, or sleeping a guardin I respectfully announce as candidatefor
NEWS with laurel- such cases. How, then, did Jesus TAX COLLECTOR subject to the I hereby announce myself a candidatefor
Florida b7 the CLEWIBTON He knew it would soon be of thorn!! Democratic Primary of June 7th, 1932. re-election to the office of Clerk
come Circuit Court, subject to the Demo- ,
In*. If elected I promise that the records .
They hastened to render Mathew 28:2 gives this account cratic Primary in June. .
and receipts of this office will be \.,
age "And behold there was a great handled in a careful, efficient and busi- If nominated and elected I promise
He waited for scourging and scorn! ness like manner and'to the interest of honest and faithful service as I have
Eatex aa second class matter. earthquake: for the angel of the Hendry County. endeavored to render in the past.
February 1. 1927, at the Post Officeat They fled they denied, the betrayed Lord descended from heaven, and I will appreciate your vote and sup- Thanking you for past favors and
OlewUUa Florida, under the Act Him! came and rolled back the stone from port for your continued support, I am.
,of March 8. 1897.DeWipaper (So swift may mob spirit be the door, and sat upon it." (Paid Political E.advertisement E. KELLY.) Yours WILLIAM to serve T., HULL.
cowed! ) I Mark 16:1-6 that in '
says early (Paid Political advertisement)
If had been there His suffer-
you I the morning the first day of the
A devoted to the best ings to share- ;week certain women (Christ's .followers the Voter of Hendry County: FOR JUSTICE OF TilE PEACE
interest of Hendry County, Florida Say, would YOU have followedthe ) came into the tomb and I In'reby announce myself a candi-
Its leading newspaper.Subscription crowd? I date fur re-election to the office of At the request of many friends I am
,. found the stone door rolled away, Tax Collector, subject to the Demo- announcing for Justice of the Peace for
.-Jean Fraser Macdonald. Jesus gone, and a young man, or cratic Primary In June. If nominatedand the First District of Hendry County.
elected, I will strive to serve the In all matters brought before the-
rate: per year$2.00( angel, sitting in the tomb who an- public to the very best of my ability as Justice's court I have dealt fairly and'.
EXERCISE, SLEEP AND REST :nounced that Jesus was risen. in the past, and will keep in mind at impartially with all concerned, and at,
Outside of State of Florida ......$2.50< I In John 20. he tells of Mary Mag- all times the interest of the taxpayers all times have worked for a better-
and general citizenship of Hendry re-electeJ
ment of Hendry county. If'
By Dr. Ernest II. Lines dalene coming to the grave while it County, putting forth every effort to to the office I shall continue to conduct
Advertising rates furnished on application Exercise, especially outdoors. is was yet dark, and finding the stone conduct the office In the most efficient the office on the same policy.
I and courteous manner. .
necessary for every one whose work taken away from the sepulcher. Your vote and support will be ap
Thanking you for past favors and for preciated.
does not Involve manual effort. i (Continued on Page 4) your continued support. I am, yoursto PAUL DEAM.
Adults should endeavor to spend one serve, Paid Political Advertisement)
B I8iscae office. Clewlston News., J. L. TAYLOR. (
hour and children two or more in
C1 witon. Florida. Editorial and the open air daily in active exercise. :1 Political Announcements I (Paid Political advertisement) NOTICE OF HEARING OF OBJECTIONS -
Adn s1n",. same. Part of the adult's exercise may be : FOR TAX ASSESSOR TO MAINTENANCE BUDGETOF
'taken in Walking to and from work TRICT.EVERGLADES DRAINAGE
Telephone 339 I where this is possible. Such gamesas FOR REPRESENTATIVE I hereby announce my candidacy for
tennis, golf, baseball, basket-ball,,i I election as TAX ASSESSOR for Hendry I NOTICE is hereby given that the
I hereby announce. my candidacy for County. subject to the action of the Board of Commissioners of Everglades
swimming and skating are advisable.I re-election as Representative from Democratic Primary, June 7, 1932. Drainage District will meet at ten
EASTER COMES EARLY THIS Dancing is another way of taking Hendry County in the state Legislature, If elected, I will conduct the office I o'clock In. the forenoon on April 19,
exercise and is helpful where 'outdoor I subject to the Democratic PrImary, in a fair and impartial manner and for 1932. at Its office No. 403 Harvey
YEAR !1 Tune 7, 1932. the best Interests of the county. Building in West Palm Beach, Florida,
I exercise is not practicable. A few for the purpose of hearing objectionsand
If re-elected I will continue to work SOLON B. CREWS. complaints to the budget of cost
earlier minutes spent doing calisthenics in for the best Interest of the entire county and operating all of the
Easter Sunday, March 27, is (Paid Political advertisement of maintaining
the morning is also of distinct ad- as I have done In the past. works of Everglades Drainage District
than usual; In fact It has been some Tout vote and support will be appreciated heretofore constructed during the
in vantage.The FOR TAX ASSESSOR November 1, 1932!
time since Easter fell upon a day year beginning on
danger of overdoing is always ELBERT L. STEWART. and ending on October 31, 1933! ; which
March, the earliest possible date be- To the People of Hendry County:
(Paid' Political i advertisement) said budget is on file at the office of }
ing March 22; Easter fell on March present when' exercising, especi- I respectfully announce as candidate the Secretary of the District, No., 403 '-
23 In. 1913 and 'on March 27 in 1921 ally for the adult of forty or over. FOR REPRESENTATIVE for Tax Assessor of Hendry County, Harvey Building, West Palm Beach,
subject to the Democratic Primary to Florida.
It is recorded that the Christian No one should take any form of To the People of Ilcndry County: be held in June. Done by order of the Board of Commissioners -
churches, In council at Nicaea, A. D. exercise, within an hour or two after I At the request of a large number of I belong to no clique or faction what- of Everglades Drainage
citizens from every section of Hendry soever, but am making the race for District.
meals. No should begin too '
325, adopted the rule in determiningthe one county, I hereby announce myself a Tax Assessor strictly on my own BEN HERR
date of Easter, which is that strenuously and no exercise should candidate for Representative from merits. I Secretary.
Easter shall be on the first Sundayfollowing leave one exhausted; nor should one II Hendry County, in the next Legislature, If nominated and elected I promise.: The following is the budget for ..
subject to the action of the June '
an honest and faithful performance of I' works affecting lands lying in Hendry
the Paschal full moon, I I force himself to the golf course or Democratic Primary. Realizing that
I the duties of the office, and fair and County: "
which happens upon or next after to the tennis court, when he is already -. the best results can only be obtained Impartial treatment toward all. It\
by the Representative and State Senator shall be and endeavor at Maintenance Area<< C
March. '21. Nicaea, settled in the II physically tired. i I I cooperating, I shall cooperate to all times my to help purpose;}'OU' in every way I I Nine Mile Canal ._____.._,_._.......__no. work
second century and under the domination Many of the sudden deaths of mid the fullest extent with our State Sena- can.I Maintenance Funds on hand
tor for the best interest of the entire will appreciate vote and February 29, 1932! ,
of Rome until about, the tenth I i dle-aged men apparently in good county. I Invite a careful comparisonof port. your sup- for Maintenance Area C ._.__..__..none
century, and now the famous French health during or immediately following my record in the 1929 Legislature Yours to serve, Maintenance' tax per acre for
I With that of my successor. year 1932!) _..__._.........._.__._,__._none
resort known as Nice was the mecca I a game of golf show the Your vote and Influence will be appreciated W. L. MURRAY
(Paid Political advertisement) March 25; April 1, 8. N
of many pilgrims in Its early days, danger of this. Exercise should be
: LOUIS O. GRAVELY. .
and these travelers needed moon ;a recreation and a pleasure, not a --- -
[ (Paid Political advertisement)
light for their journeyings.; Easter duty to be performed irrespective of
Sunday and .Easter Week are ob- I the physical condition of the body at I FOR SHERIFF FLORIDA NEEDS A MAN OF ACTION
served with special ceremonies and the time.
To the Voters of Hendry County:
rejoicing In many of the churchesand Sleep and Rest I hereby announce myself as a candi-
with particular social activities date to succeed myself as Sheriff of
almost generally. .. Adults need 7 to 8 hours sleep, Hendry County, subject ,to the Democratic FOR GOVERNOR
.1 children considerably more. Too Primary June 7th.
I If returned to this office I will
Following the, quiet and intro- little or'too much sleep is harmfulas con-
tinue to serve the county to the best
spective period of Lent, which isi I are irregular sleeping hours. Beds of my ability. I will continue to con-
observed to an extent in much of the should be elastic and warm and admit duct the sheriffs office on a sound, I Florida is in sad need of a firm hand at the tiller of the ship of state.
economical basis. I the
Christian world, Easter comes as the the passage of air around them.A race solely on my record am making and past As never before in recent history, the need of the state is for a governorin
end of fastings and gives excuse for I mattress of hair, felt or cottonon achievements as your sheriff. whom the people have confidence, who has ability, integrity, energy
Easter Your vote and support will be ap-
relaxation and indulgence. a wire spring and pillows also of(preciated. and the necessary courage to accomplish the things necessary to change
Sunday Is, of course, a great Church H. L. DELANmI \.
hair are preferable to feather beds I
conditions and bring back normal business and trade conditions and to
festival-marking the Resurrectionand (Paid Political Advertisement) '
and pillows; the latter are too heat- .
the national credit Florida.
restore of }
with the promise of Immortality. ing. Cotton or linen sheets and pil-I M. FOR SHERIFF '
With the Catholic, Episcopal low cases and woolen blankets are Governor John W. Martin is a man'of action, he.is the choice of the
Lutheran and some other congrega- the best bed clothes.In I candidacy take this opportunity for the office to of announcemy Sheriffof majority of Florida citizens who believe that now is the time that some-
tions, there is given great attentionto very hot weather the blankets I Hendry County, subject to the thing should be done-
the Easter services; the houses of Democratic Primary; June 7, 1932.
may be discarded. Too many or too If elected to this office I will John
worship are usually gaily decked in prove As governor of Florida, W. Martin fulfilled his promises to
heavy bed clothes are not advisable.I my; appreciation of your support by
flowers and greenery.With the faithful performance of the duties the voters to build roads and completed two-thirds of the first preferential -
Pillows should be low because high
of said office. highways. Under his administration the Tamiami Trail and other
the public the Eastertide is I
Your will be
pillows hinder the movements of the support highly apfrrefciated. .-
welcomed as a time for the resump- diaphragm and make breathing harder. important through arterial highways were paved. He accomplished this
W. C. (BILL) HOOKER.
tion of social activities that have I I by a re-organization of the State Road Department which had theretoforebeen
| (Paid Political advertisement)
necessarily been restricted throughthe I __ inactive and impotent.
observance of Lent. Many ed- I I FOR CONSTABLE
When John W. Martin in Florida
was sworn as governor was a
ucational institutions give a short To the Voters of District One:
holiday at Easter, allowing students I unbip booI I hereby announce my candidacy for backward state; prisoners were crowded into inadequate wooden shacksat
to return home, and family reunionsare re-election as Constable for the First Raiford; the State College and University' were behind in facilities;
District of Hendry County.If .
often held with consequent iLeS50n re-elected to this office I will important departments of State were crowded into inadequate quarters
gaiety and interest. continue to serve you In the same efficient -
scattered about Tallahassee in privately owned buildings, it was impossible -
manner I have given in the
Easter, on account of its date past, and shall always work for the to travel over the. state without jumping or sliding over unpavedand
coming close behind the Vernal I best Interests of Hendry county.I .
FOR MARCH 27, 1932 i I will appreciate your vote and support unsafe roads.'Governor .
Equinox, March 21, brings to dwel- ,
lers In the temperate zone the SUBJECT: Jesus rises from the E. B. BUTLER. Martin immediately took steps to give Florida a modern
vival of flora and turning of re-I I dead (Easter Lesson.) (Paid Political Advertisement) and humane state penitentiary. He advanced the standing of the Insti-
tion to the growing season for GOLDEN TEXT: "But now is I FOR COUNTY JUDGETo tutions of higher learning, providing them with standard equipment '
tation. Along with the vege-I I Christ risen from the dead, and become i and facilities. He constructed the. modern state office
the trees and bring Ing out of the first fruits of them that the Voters of Ilendry County:
i- I Appreciating the privilege I have had building at the capital which ended the rental of inadequate offices and
ers, by Dame Nature, the human i slept." 1 Cor. 15-20. I of serving as County Judge for a short
provided protection for valuable state records. He fulfilled his promises
time by appointment and believing the
family turns to new clothing and for i
LESSON TEXT John 20:11-20.
I : people of Hendry County recognize to the people 'when he built Florida's splendid system of paved concrete"
weeks ahead of the Eastertide
some tire principle that when a public officer
TIME: April 9, A. D. 30.
-which, by the way lasts a full: has served for only a part term and and asphalt roads-
I Why did the first day of the week.I his record Is acceptable, he is entitled
; week merchants and drapers, to a continuance in such office for a In the accomplishment of these things Governor Martin relied upon
and (Sunday) supersede the seventh day I full term. I hereby candi-
tailors offer announce my
and shops dainty
and I (the Jewish Sabbath) as the Chris, dacy for County Judge of Hendry County revision of the corporation property tax and upon a five cent gasoline tax
light men women
tian day of worship and rest? Jesus subject to the Democratic Primary for the major portion of the necessary revenue. He did not increase the
children, suitable for the weather in June, and respectfully solicit an Inspection -
expected in Springtime. was crucified the day before the Sab-I'I' of my record for the short property tax but abolished entirely the state tax on property for roads and
bath, and was buried. The next day,period of my and incumbency.: I shall for be reduced the state millage to a point lower than it had been in the previousten
Immediately preceeding Easter i apreclative grateful you
(the sabbath) he lay in tomb, and your i vote and support at the coming years.
Sunday Holy Week In the 1
I apparently their hope was gone. I primary election.
Church calendar. This Is Holy Week; Respectfully, Such a splendid record of accomplishment without extravagance and
Sabbath was probably the saddest -
I H. A, RIDER.
and particular observance, with even without Increasing the burden of the property the remarkable
I of days for his followers. The (Paid Political advertisement) owners proves
y, greater and restrictions social affairs upon is demandedof amusements next day he arose and appeared to f FOR COUNTY CO JIISSIONEnDistrict : qualifications of John W. Martin to guide the destiny of Florida along
them, and the first day of the week OneI safe and constructive lines.
the Faithful Good Friday. whichis
became known as the most joyous of
observed In memory of the Cruci- This record is In striking contrast with that of the inactive administration -
all days. Jesus appeared to the disciples hereby announce my candidacy
fixion, is to some extent marked in the office of County Commissionerfrom of Cary A. Hardee during which the state property tax was higherbut
the first of the week
on day sublet
District One Hendry county, -
business, through the closing of ex- and the Holy Spirit was given to to the Democratic Primary June nothing was done to advance Florida or to improve conditions. Under
change and some other institutions, them on that day (Pentecost) when//7, 1932. Governor Carlton a seven cent gasoline tax has been levied, property taxes
in this and foreign countries-Times- I am running on a platform of strict
Union. Peter preached a sermon arid 3000 J economy in expenses of the county and motor vehicle license have become unbearable but tangible evidence,
were added to them. It is said that;dealing government, not, with only a to fair this and district impartial but of results and of value received are lacking. It is difficult. to find the
for some time the disciples kept both to the entire county. My record asa important through highways paved during this administration in return
HOW TO VOTE days, but gradually the first day of member of the school board is opento
--- inspection by all voters and I point for the millions of dollars spent by the road department. It is impossibleto
the week was universally adopted.
This ia what Florida democrats "The chief priest Matt 27:62- with expenses pride made to the during reduction my term in of school of- explain the increase in the cost of government under Carlton by pointing _
must do to rote In the state party 66) came unto Pilate, saying fice on this board. out advantages to the people. r' 'j
i primary elections. June 7 and June Your vote and support will be greatly, '
that deceiversaid after That
appreciated. money spent by Governor Martin for highways amounted to
28: days I will rise again command DAVE G. ALSTON. many millions of dollars is true but It'did not amount to as much as the
Register with the county registration ; therefore that the sepulchre be made (Paid Political advertisement)
money saved to motorist by paving of the roads or to the new money
I officer,, before May 1. If residence sure until the third day Pilate '
\ has been changed since last said upto them Ye have a watch: KOU SCHOOL BOARD MEMHKR brought Into the state ,by visitors and tourists attracted by those fine roads.
registration, reregister.Pay ; go your way, make it as sure as ye Being keenly Interested in the welfareof Governor Martin returned full value for every dollar he spent.
. 1930 and 1931 poll taxes if can. So they went and made the the county and especially In the John, W. Martin will give Florida better government at less cost.
school system I am announcing my
either or both remain unpaid by May sepulchre sure sealing the stone candidacy for election as a member of
21. All prospective voters must pay and setting a watch." "The stone" the Hendry County Board of Public In- .
poll taxes, to the county tax collector was the door to the tomb, and the just struction.a citizen I am who not is seeking a politician to assistin but JOHN W. MARTIN FOR GOVERNOR
unless they have Just turned 21 or "Seal" was a piece of parchment to the upbuilding of this county.I .
have reached 55,. or are members of paste on this door and the adjoining will appreciate your support In the CLUB OF FLORID .' ,-
the National Guard or are disabledwar wall so that to remove the door Primary June .7th.
v.terxn.. would tear apart the parchment on (Paid Political CHARLIE advertisement MINER.) Paid, Political AdvertisementPAnr
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FRIDAY, MARCH .5, 1032 THE CLEWISTON NEWS PAGE' THREE
Among the members of the Clew- CLEWISTON SCHOOL SPORTS
I I iston Kiwanis club atending the Kiwanis II
Personal Mention banquet Wednesday eveningat (Bv Evelyn Hare)
the Elks club in West Palm Beach I THE BLUE and WHITE CJ3AGJX.I ( With the closing of the basketball
were Miso Jewel Lowe, Arthur Lawrence CJJII season and the coming of Spring, the
L. C. Sturges spent the week-end Dr. and Mrs. B. A- Bourne, girls are practicing diamond ball,
:"''- in Miami. E. E. Kelly, Mr. and Mrs. W. S- Har- at their physical education hour.
vel, J. K. Baker, H. R. Hall, Victor With the lack of sufficient numberof
Charlie Lovvorn spent Sunday In Blate, Dr J. W. Ezelle, M. G. Lang- I Editor in Chief Mary Louise Oglesby benefit to yourself, as well as to girls we do not have two complete
Okeechobee. ford. Father F. J. Finnegan, and I Assistant Editor ........Halson Avant your friends. teams and no competition among
A. A. Munroe. Then you would not be the April ourselves, but nevertheless we are
Assistant Editor .......Mae Lily Stone
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Redelshelmer : Fool. going ahead with our regular prac-
spent Saturday in Palm Beach. RECENT BRIDE HONORED Sports Editor tice and are building up a first team.
WITH LOVELY SHOWER Sports Editor ................Evelyn Hare SCHOOL PERSONALSMiss Perhaps a little later we may be able
Mrs. Cecil Hancock, of Miami, Humor Editor ..............Usler Mathis to schedule a few games with some
visited: Frank Hancock here Monday. Miss Bonceil Stone and :Miss Fran- Social Editor ...............Betty Spicer Margaret Ritter of Ft. Myers, of the neighboring schools. Some of
spent Sunday afternoon and night our girls are 'turning out to be good
ces Munroe entertained Friday after- Cartoonist ....................Anne Mathis
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Hare were noon at the home of Miss Munroe i here as guest of :Miss Betty Spicer. hitters. and I think with a 'few morepraticea
Sunday visitors In Moore Haven. I Business Manager ........_.Roy GreeL we will be able to run also.
honor of Mrs. I
with a bridal shower in Misses Betty and Roberta Spicer
Our athletic for the rest
Van Cothern, whose wedding was I ------- -- spent the week end in Fort Myers. program
\ Miss Bonceil Stone and Casey Jones of the year will be devoted to dia-
solemnized March fifth. WHO IS THE APRIL FOOL?' Emma Laura Bethea motored to
attended the theatre in Pahokee I mond ball. Each girl must do her
Sunday. Two tables' of bridge were in play Pahokee to the theatre Friday night. part in making it successful. II"
during the afternoon. Prizes: were I: When the month of April rolls Miss Lily Murel Wynn was among
presented to Miss Evelyn Hare and those attending the show in Pahokee
Miss Anne Mathis, Horace Walls, around, the boys and girls are usu- SIXTH GRADE AVERAGES
Miss Frances Tippey. The gifts were, Thursday evening. '
: and James Winn motored to Pahokee ally deciding what jokes they will
I j arranged in a unique manner and lIaIson Avant. Herbert Halter,
Sunday. play upon their companions and as- The following pupils in the sixth
i to the honoree by Elbert HookerAll Bobby Hare, Marvin Altman, Roy
sociates. These tricks are all rightas grade made an average of "G" In
f appointments were in green and Green, and Van Bush motored to
'.' Frank Hancock spent the weekend long as they are done only in a every subject last month:
yellow. Refreshments of chicken the movies in Pahokee
I I Sunday night.
AND'ARE carried Trevlyn Moltz Betty Hooks Bob
visiting Mrs. Hancock in Lake 'spirit of fun ; ;
salad and individual cakes were Van Bush motored to the showin
Worth. too far. When these little 'harmless' I Beardsley; and Dorothy Bethea.
served to the guests Misses Evelyn I: Pahokee, Sunday and Monday.
to injury people or -
----- :pranks come property
Hare, Ulla Jacobsen, Frances Tip-:' nights.
Tracy Stone and John Mallard at- (as is too often the case) they CHAPEL PROGRAM
pey, Jewel Lowe, Louise Miss Mary Bush was among the
tended the ball game in Pahokee Waldron.1 I'are very disgusting.
: Dorothy Moorman. Marcia highi/ school pupils attending; the Mrs. Prewitt's ,room, the second
Mrs. Cothern, Mrs. G. O. ,I I There' are a good many ways in show in Pahokee Sunday night. and third grades gave a very orig-
:Mrs. R. M. Hare, Mrs. W. F. Simpson, which boys and girls of this school Miss Mary Louise Oglesby spent inal program in chapel Friday morn-
Tommy Jones and Jimmie Loftonof I I their
can play some good, jokes on
Mrs W. C. Hooker, Elbeit Hooker, Sunday with Evelyn Hare. ing. They a "Robert Louis
LaBelle, were week end visitorsin which wouldbe gave
and Mrs. A. A. Munroe. teachers and parents Miss Alma Mae Crews of LaBelle Stevenson" and all the re-
Clewiston.Miss I program
I a benefit to all concerned. One
spent Sunday afternoon: with Evelyn citations and songs given were those
of the best jokes to play, that would
: P. T. A's SPONSOR BENEFIT Hare.
r:" this noted author had written. The
Frances Tippey and Glen I I
Abe of great help to us in the end
Sears motored to West Palm Beach SAINT PATRICK'S PARTYA I I would be to start studying, and JUNIOR HIGH ENGLISH GRADESThe program was as follows:
The of the
Song Wearing green
Wednesday evening. thereby making'' good grades. This
delightful event of Thursday afternoon by the assembly.
joke would be a good one to practicethe .
I- following "E's" were made in
Guthrie and was the St. Patrick's benefit I Bible ReadingRunnellMcGehee.,
Joe Cato, Harvey rest of our lives. ,
in the Junior
English High depart-
Beder Nail attended the ball gamein bridge party sponsored by the Clew Prayer by the assembly.
Pahokee iston Parent-Teachers Association. Perhaps you are the person whois ment last month: Song .- When You and I Were
Sunday.Mr. ,Guests, were Mrs., B. A. Bourne, Mrs. always trying to play jokes on Mary Louise Oglesbby; Mae Lily Young, Maggie. The assembly.
.1 and Mrs. H. H. Keller and Roy Green, Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs.T. .1 people. You might start playing the Stone; Roy Green; Ed Clark; and Song ,- Windy Nights, by the
':. V Miss Jewel Russell are week-end : V. Watson. Mrs. F. R. Maxwell,! kind suggested and thereby be a Bobby Patterson. (Continued on Page 4)
visitors in Sarasota. Mis. W. S. Harvel, Mrs. Fred Hill,
Mrs. E. R., Fontaine, Mrs. H. H. Keller -'
. Miss Clara Schiller and Miss Miss Marion Leydig, Mrs T. S.I
Kathryn Deam were Saturday visi-! Spicer, Mrs. J. F. Tippey. Mrs. J. G.
tors in Palm Beach. I Allhands, Mrs A. J. Kellar, Mrs.J.
--.-- E.'Beardsley, Mrs. L. F. Perkins, Mrs.J. .
< : Herbert Thomas, employee; of the Winn, Mrs. W. C. Prewitt. Mrs. . .
recently transferred H. J. Oglesby, Miss Marion Harmon, :
U. S. Engineers \
Mrs. Harry Vaughn. Mrs. W. P.Vaugh'n : : \ ': ;
; to Moore Haven. t : : :
Sr., Mrs. F. J. Haggan, Mrs :;::
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hill and E. R. H. C. Jones, Mrs. V. H. :McCarter, :
Fontaine attended the theatre in Pa Miss Mae Drew, Mrs. E. L. Stewart You the 'best i : '
hokee Wednesday night Mrs F. M. Wright, Mrs. F. Deane get ;
Duff, Mrs. T. Burt, Mrs. R. Y. Pat-
Miss Louise Waldron. Miss Frances terson, Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mrs C. E.
Munroe, A. W. Sias, and---Campbell Miner,Mrs.. Barney Thomas, Mrs. R.
Nail attended the theatre in"Palm A. Ballard, Mrs. T. B- Hooks; Mrs.
Beach Sunday. G. O. Wallace, Mis. W.. F. Simpson,
Mrs. H. E. Edmondson. Mrs. C. C.
,,. Mr. and Mrs. G. Small, and Mr. Wilson, Mrs C. L. Downs. Mrs. .Dave
_ '!;,- and Mrs. Richard Small motored to Alston, Mrs. John K. Mowry, Mrs.
', V Palm Beach Saturday, where they Julius Alston; Mrs. W. C- Hooker,
. $ spent the week-end- Mrs I. M. Pafford. Mrs. Fred Moltz, I
, Mrs. A. A. Munroe, Miss Jamye Williams -
,,:' Mr. and MisHubert Land. Miss Miss Jeanette Morgan, Miss
jt. Ulla Jacobson and Miss Marcia Elizabeth West, Mrs. A. O. Ward. .:... :,v. from your Chevrolet dealer at the : ',_< ;..),'' .
Avant, attended the ball game in and Mrs. C. W. McDonald. -
". V Pahokee Sunday.Mr. Refreshments of tea and individual ,
cakes were served. Prizes were
.;j' and Mrs. W.. C. Hooker, Mr. presented to Mrs. John K. Mowry: ,
'. V and Mrs. John Elmore and Miss Mrs W. C. Owen, Mrs. Barney
'!': Mary Bush attended the theatre in Thomas, Mrs. G. O. Wallace, and Mrs. LOWEST PRI'CESc'
i,;VV Pahokee Sunday. Julius Alston. li:
,> Miss Jamye Williams. Miss Eliza- Mrs. Baker: "Where did you get
beth West, Bill Gibbens and O. P. the new knife, Ellsworth?" :
McArthur, attended the "theatre in Ellsworth: '"Found it." ..-i; I t"- I
Sunday. Mrs. Baker: "Are you sure it was :
Pahokee lost?" :< for quality work .< .. : ';ff.
Mrs. Lang McDonald returned to Ellsworth: "Of course I am. 1: i7 "
Clewiston Sunday, after spending saw the man looking for it. ; ,
several weeks in Orlando, visiting "" \:' Your Chevrolet dealer is in a better position than anyone'else to give you -
... friends and relatives. Mary: "My husband wanted me to .- "
quality work at lowest prices. His service station is factory-supervised.
wear cotton hose.. ;
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Shelley, Mr. Molly: "The brute! I hope you]l Y ,.,' He has factory-designed tools and equipment-factory-trained attendantsand
and Mrs. H. R. Hall, Miss Mae Drew shot him, dearie." mechanics. He uses only genuine Chevrolet parts. .And he is per. -
and E. E. Kelly attended the golf
J i. V.U; tournament in Miami Sunday. sonally interested in seeing to it that you are satisfied with your Chevrolet.
at the Clewis- V''V
Recent registrations 'V V A series of weekly service specials to emphasize the low prices on Chevrolet
ton Inn included, Ralph Concord, of
New York City; M. Merrick, of Miami PROGRAM repair work starts today. For the week of March .28th,the special
; W. L. Lewis, of Lakeland; C. will be brake adjustments, for which the bargain prices below prevail.
V V: Nelson of Jacksonville; R. L. Brake, ..GlADESTHEATRE
B. F. Boone, of Daytona Beach; E. CHEVROLET MOTOR COMPANY. DETROIT. MICH.. DIVISION OF GENERAL MOTORS
W. Patten, of Miami; Mrs. Tabbot MOORE HAVEN ,"'
., and Vaughn, of Coral Gables; RE.. .
- Smith, of Tampa; Julius C. Phillips FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, March
.. ,.>, of Pahokee; Charles W. Williams, of 25-2C. "A Dangerous Affair" featur-
Sarasota, and'L. Sims. of Sarasota.
ing Jack Holt, Ralph Graves, Sally
Blane, Susan Fleming. Mystery
Recent registrations at the Watanabe -
comedy-drama in a haunted house. '
._ Hotel include, J. F. Butler, of
More quivers than you ever quaked
r Sebring, W. F. McDonald, of Crack-
,t.2 before in a mystery that woke up a I
ertown. J. S. Atkins, of Moore Haven,
. dead town. Also Krazy Kat comedy. I
: A. J. Joiner, of Sarasota, C. J. M.
' Cann, of Tallahassee, V. Knott, II' t-
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY
: of Tallahassee, Mrs. Jewel Prichard.
March 29-30. "The Yellow Ticket"
I. : of Jacksonville, R. C. Stacy of Jacksonville -
with Elissa Laudi and Lionel
Harry Moore, of Miami, and
more. Russia under the Czar's.Powerful .
H. F, Burke, df Miami.
in plot sweeping in action,
w1i Among those attending the Friday women will shed a tear in sympathy,
I --.o night dance in Belle Glade were, men will cheer her victory. Two -, '
; Misses Louise Waldron. Bonceil persons admitted on one adult ticket. SEE YOUR CHEvROLET.EALERCLEWISTONMOIR0. : ,. .
Stone, Eleanor Wintle, Elizabeth
West, Jamye Williams. Jo Hogan, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, April "
and Frances Munroe, Messrs. John 1-2. "The Sky: Raiders" with Lloyd
Mallard, Casey Jones Victor Blate, Hughes and Marceline Day in an
Campbell Nail, Bcder Nall, Harvey 'actionful aviation story, with mid-air
Guthrie. Jack Baker, Tommie Hooks,I'hold-up and other daring and dangerous -
Joe Cato E. B. Butler, and ParkerT. feats. Mickey Mouse also
Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. M. P. II
Admission: prices: Adults 35c,
Bogjjs Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McGhee,,
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moltz, Mr. and
Mrs. D. G. Alston Mrarid' Mrs. C FLORIDA
E. Miner, and Mrs. W. C."ffook'er. rrt-. -" ":" ':: '- ,
l"Ooo" ... r THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY MARCH 25, 1932:
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Hooker. Backgammon Instructor: "Your
PRIZE DRAWING AT THEATRE
SALARY REFUND IS The Swing. By Reba Esco. "Can you serve company?" asked wife is a good pupil. I find her
Looking Forward. -Milton Smith. the housewife when she was hiring vary apt to say the least." With the showing of "The YellowTicket"
HELD UNLAWFUL BYAHORNEYGENERAL My Shadow.- A song by: the sec the servant. Husband: "H'h. Sometimes she on TuesdaJ and Wednesday
ond and third grades. "Yes, mum both ways."
seems apt to say the most" March 29-30, The Glades Theatre .,
A Thought. Herman Esco. "What do you mean?" asked the
"There will issue with each adult'W-'
I. is little change in trousers a coupon
Land of Counterpane. Alma puzzled one."So's .
says a fashion writer. It has, of ticket sold. Keep these coupons On
Anglin. they'llcome again, or stay
course, all gone to the tax collectors. April 12th. at first showing of "Over
Time to Rise. Harold Webb.
I I away. Married One: "I did not the Hill" the lucky number will be
the Seaside. Runnelle Mc- marry
LANDIS BAYS IS VIOLATION OF .
drawn and a nice prize will be
beauty boy I did
CORRUPT PRACTICE ACT Gehee.The Moon. Margaret Waldron 11. "Does Bill still" walk with that old wealth or position, I married marry for I awarded to the holder of the lucky
slouch of his?
TO MAKE PROMISES sympathy" coupon. Both lady and gentleman
Rain. Peter Charley. "No, I hear he's going with better 1 will receive a prize.
Wise One: "Well have "
System. Emma Lou Keller women now." you mine. .
Tallahassee Cary D. Landis, Song "Bed In Summer" by the
state attorney general of Florida,
second and third grades. :.N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N N:N N:N:N:NIN:N:N:"N: :N: :N i1 N N H N N : N:N:N
answering an inquiriry from a can- "You are not living at the Phi Dalt N : N:N:N: N:N: N:N: N:N:N:N:N:N:N N:N:N: ;
; Song "Spanish Cavalier, by the .. ..
didate for county office elsewhere in assembly. house any more? .t.Y
the state advises that it would be a "No. I stayed five weeks and then' Yt
Junior Cantrell acted as announcer -
violation of the corrupt practice law for the found out they have no bathtub."
to offer to refund to the county partof program. .
Prof. Langford made a few announcements t to the Public
the emoluments of any public office at the close of the hour. Chaperon-to( college youth who
10 has stepped on her toes), "Youngman. .
The attorney-general said the MOTORCADE FROM 41 CITIESTO where is your chivalry?" Y
question first was decided by his SHRINE SUNRISE SERVICE College Youth: "Oh, that old thing!
predecessor in office, Fred H. I traded: it for .a new Cadillac." ?
Davis, now a justice of the state General Chairman George, Hyman, Moderate Green Fees :=i::
supreme court, and that he (Landis) in charge of the Shrine Easter Sun- Y' Y
concurs. rise Service which -is to be stagedat GreenhousesOn :: Exceptional FairwaysInteresting ::
Other opinion Is to the same effect Plant Park in Tampa next Sun- the south coast of England, .s. ..
it is pointed out, is also that day at dawn, announces that word growing fruit and vegetables under :i: Grass Greens :2 i:
the candidate who in this respect has been received from shriners and glass has become a great industry : ._.
there are about 44 miles of green- .
violates the corrupt practice act others in 41 surrounding towns and
,, motorcades houses in the Worthing district, in L
might find himself in a compromising cities that are being
position, if he were elected. planned to bring people to Tampa which are figs, peaches. tomatoes .s. ..: r ..
his I for the event.Arrangements. beans. cucumbers, etc .s. ;.
when he came to exact of
.constituents a compliance with the have been made to AmberAmber .:.s.i;: ;.- The Most Popular I :;;:
laws it might be his duty to enforce. bring Miss Thelma Gaskins, soloistof .s. ..
Orlando to Tampa by airplane, a fossilized vegetable resin, .. _'
The Idea of candidates offeringto / Recreation Center
hard brtle translucent and yellow- :i: '
serve In public offices for less she will arrive in this city late Fri-
brown In color Is easily electrified by .. '.
than the offices pay as provided by day afternoon. "' : :
friction. This Is regarded as the first :!: : : In Clewiston ..? ::
law, is not confined to a few instances The coming Easter service is the :: : .;
electrical phenomenon to have been ..
in Florida. The Associated 10th annual event of the kind stagedby : :
observed nd was remarked by the i ::
Press reports a case In North Caro- : Egypt Temple Shrine. The :: T. \.. Jr : :
early Grtka. .. .
lina, where a candidate for county service will begin promptly at sun- .;. .- = .ie.:
treasurer was seeking the office on rise 6:26 For fifteen minutes y
a. m. MEN WANTED to conduct world renowned ... .
a pledge to serve for $30 per month prior to the actual opening of the .tClewiston
Raleigh Home Service business -
when the regular compensation is service and while the crowd is as-
$112.50. Attorney-General Brum- sembling a chime program will be in Charlotte County, cities of Golf Course
mett of the state gave out an opinion given from the First Baptist church. Palm Beach, Boynton Beach and
that it is in violation of law for any earning $35 weekly and Increase ?
candidate to promise to do a public HERE ARE A :FEW VOTING HINTS Write y
rapidly. immediaetly. v
job at a salary less than the amount
prescribed for the office. Only new voters in the county Raleigh Co. Dept. FA-83-S Mem- :..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.
need register.The phis Tennessee.WANTED. '
books will be open during of- .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:
dtmbap cioozItan fice hours every day with the exception y y y?
of Sunday's. through April
30th. ::!: HAVE YOU :!:
: : ..
Any qualified voter moving jnto
the* must here. + .y.
county register ACQUIRED THE :
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The residence requirements are
(Continued on Page 2)
one year in the State of Florida and
Peter and John went to the tomb and i VVFIITE OASTLE i
found It open and the linen clothes. six months in the county cf C!;.fcs. A live wire young man with car
Then Peter and John returned There are two cases in which truck to build Laundry -
to or up a good ::
their home. registration may be accepted after
and Dry Cleaning Route ,
April 30th. A person becoming of v
"But Mary stood without at the v
through the Glades section Year y
age between April 30th and the date
sepulcher weeping: and as she wept, .
of the primary election; or a person round uork-Apply by letter giving -. !
she stooped ,down, and looked into completing his residence require- full information and references _;. Those tastey BaIted 'Ham Sandwiches
sepulcher, seeth two angelsin
white sitting, the one at the head, ally ments appear during before that time the supervisor may person of first letter.P. :!: That delectable slaw u Those tempting salads :;:
and the other at the feet where they v ?
registration and make proper affi-
say unto her, Woman, why weepest v Y
thou? She saith unto them, because davits as to these facts. I I O. BOX 3246 :;;: After yoni' eYCIlino- drive ::
they have taken away my Lord, andI I .so.
know not :where they have laid BASE BALL DIAMOND GETS WEST PALM BEACH, FLA. :.;:. After. tH] danee or show] :.;=
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him. This "Mary" was the woman OVERHAULINGi .:. y:
from whom Christ had cast the seven I i i
devils. Mary doubtless did not notice Clewiston's baseball diamond, ?
the man carefully, as Is shown by the located on the high school campus i I :: ,v BIrr E y
next verse, "Jesus saith unto her. is being completely overhauled and'I AOTICE OF SPECIAL MASTER'SSALE GET YOU R Trzr ::
Woman, why weepest thou? whom will be put in excellent condition for(. ::: l\iIDNlrl'E BITE CASTLE CABlE ':+_:
seekest thou? She, supposing him the coming baseball season. A crew:,1 Notice is f Y
hereby that underand
to be the gardener, saith unto him, of men, furnished by the Ciewiston by virtue of Final Decree enteredIn ,i, Y
Sir, If thou have borne him hence. Company, have been busy this week that certain cause pending in the ..i... OPEN UNTIL 1 F. ;'I.N :::
Circuit Court of Hendry County. Florida :
and tell I me will where take thou him away.hast "laid him, soil.building A heavy the infield roller with is being loads usedto of Association, wherein is Clewiston Plaintiff Home and Louis Building A =: :NIN:N:N:N:N:N N:N:N H ti N:N N:M:1.:N:N:N:N N i.:N:M:N:N N N N:N:..:N NiV:N i.:N:N:N:N:N:1.:N:N:N N N N H;.:
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level the playing surface of the Morgan
But then "Jesus .saith unto her, I, will offer for sale and sell to the high-
Mary. She turned herself, and saith field. est and best bidder for cash at the '
Practice is held on the field Tues- front door of the Court House at La-
unto him, Rabboni; which Is to say, i; Belle Hendry County Florida oi nt
Master." Doubtless Jesus spoke her day, and Thursday afternoon at 5:15 i i i i Monday the 4th day of April A. D.
and Sunday afternoons. The Cane I' 1932 during the legal hours for sale
name in the sympathetic tone he had the
following described property lying
Breakers are rapidly being whipped
often used when he was teaching his I I and being in Hendry County Florida
followers. As a child will recognizeits In shape for the coming season. to-wit: BUILDERS
Lot Four (4) in Block three hundred "
mother's voice in the dark. so DRAINAGE EXPERT ON I sixty nine (369) fronting Sagamore ;
Mary recognized Christ's voice and Avenue according to the General Plat
RIVER CONTROL WORK: of Clewiston. Florida recorded in the
recognized him as the Lord.
Public Records of Hendry County.
In speaking of the word "Rabboni" Florida Plat Book 2, at Pages 7 to 14 CANTEDSubstantial
Anston Marston, dean of the College inclusive.
a writer quotes an old Jewish
of engineering of the Universityof Said property will be sold in acord-
commentary as saying, "Rab 'means Iowa, is to be the civilian engineer, ance with and to satisfy said Decree. ."
Master, 'Rabbon' means My Master B. A. BALES. ..
who will work with the county en- '. ". -
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'Rabboni' means My Dear Master." : '- .-
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Jesus, said to Mary, "Touch M. LOUSE \ ,- : ..
me Hoover the entire flood control plans I Solicitor for Plaintiff. -. -.;.: .- ,,: ;,
not; for I am not yet ascended to my
for the Mississippi valley.: He has I March 4-11-18-25 Apr. 1.
Father. And he came to his dis-
already left Ames, Iowa, the seat of i
ciples, "And saith unto them Peacebe
the university, and is not expected, inducements are
unto you. And he showed unto
back th them his hands and his side. Then
Marston was a member of the Everglades 666.
were the disciples glad when they engineering board of review I offered to relieve the acute-
saw the Lord. Then he said "As
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send I"you Receive- :ye the Holy of the Everglades 666 Liquid or Tablets used internally housing shortage now pre-
Ghost. and 666 Salve make
age district. -Everglades externally a
Most people believe the writers of Drain-I complete and effective treatment for
the Gospel Mathew, Mark, Colds. vailing in Clewiston .
Luke, John, Peter and Paul, were I Most Remedies KnownAsk
honest and truthful. If they were, A simple 'ray to tighten! scissors Is Speedy
then we can hardly doubt that Jesus to make a poker red hot and press the Your Druggist for Particulars
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