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Title: The Clewiston news
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Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: April 1, 1932
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
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BRIDGE TOURNEY M. G.ATTEND Langford CONVENTION, principal of the I NEW FORD TO BE ,PAHOKEE TWO MARSHAL ACCUSED GETS NEGROES'GRINDING CEASESAS



DRAWS NEAR END Clewiston school; Pat H. Stevenson, ON DISPLAY HERE On a tip from Hendry county that SUGAR.SEASON
:.' principal of the LaBelle High School,
cl&ircitcs: were being sold under
;, Mrs. J. C. Jackman; of Felda. Gus

.. Padgett of LaBelle elementary unusual conditions, Marshal Harrison -
OF SPIRITED PLAY The New Ford V-8 and four COMES TO CLOSEVICE
: school, and Supt. E. L. Stallings, andL. cylinder of Pahokee arrested two negroes
cars will be shown locally for who of membersof
O. Gravely, attorney for the are suspected being

::: .:.. i I school board, left the latter part of the first time Tuesday, April 5th at a gang of thieves who rob freightcars.
; : : SESSIONS COMPLETEDIN : Clewiston. Announcement .
ELEVEN I I the week for Jacksonville where: to this Freight cars have been broken PRESIDENT SAYS SEASON

<, t' ANNUAL CONTRACT II they....went to attend the annual meting :" effect was made today by W. H. into three times at Canal Point and HAS BEEN VERY SUCCESSFUL
Webb, local Ford dealer. Pelican Lake and eleven of
cases
of Florida State Educational
the
TOURNAMENT i iI
IN EVERY WAY
: 'I ,
society. Decision to allow the 1 I "In view of the fact that more cigarettes were stolen.EvergladesNews.

: "than 8000 Ford dealers must be .
: -
supplied
More than thirty players have I teachers full pay for the time they I
[ we are particularly gratified'to The annual grinding season is at
played three games or more in the .were attending this meeting was i
'' be able to state that the New an end. At 10:28 Sun.day.night, the
Contract' Tourpament, being con-.: granted at the last meeting of the
ducted by Jim Beardsley and Lucile school board.Waldron. Fords are to be available to us at Kiwanis Club Plans last car of cane was dumped Into

I i this time," Mr. Webb said "Word the mighty hoppers of the U. S.
the Clewiston Inn, the
Downs at I
I just received from the Ford Motor Barbecue at FarmsMembers Sugar corporation here and blasts
tenth session scheduled for Thursday
Announces company In Jacksonville advises us from every whistle in the mill and
night, the 31st of March. There
b I I that the cars we are to have for display of the Clewston Kiwanis from the engines in the yard announced
will be in all twelve sessions of play,
: __ the rules requiring that a minimum \ For Commissioner are already enroute, to us. club will hold an old fashioned: that the final stalk of cane

: ,:'-'. of nine sessions be played by the 1 I I "We have of late been fairly barbecue and picnic at the Seminole had been sent on its winding jour

.. swamped with inquiries aside froma Farms Wednesday night April 13th, ney from which it was to emergeas
':- individual and not more than four
B. Waldron resident Hooker's
'. with partner.A R. of large number of visitors at our it was announced by John K, Mowry, raw sugar.
one
any Point, and prominent farmer I show rooms we have been in receiptof
chairman of the entertainment "The past has been
com- season very
small fee is being charged atj I
here today announces his candidacy
:" "-,' each Thursday nights play, and from many telephone calls including mittee at the club's weekly luncheonat successful," J. J. Harrington, vice
'.: I for county commissioner of District
inquiries from out of town points.To .
the Watanabe House Wednesday president and general manager said
boards have
'
this fund new duplicate
,:' I OneMr.. Waldron was born and I
:. j date we have been obliged to
night. yesterday, "and we are planning to
been ordered to replace the ones now)
I raised, at Arcadia and moved to this
: I depend on pictures and literaturebut
The club enter- make the 1932-33 and
In play, which were purchased!!! was delightfully season bigger
section being discharged from
upon I on Tuesday the New Fords will "
several and are disinte-i tained by Mrs. E. R. Fontaine, better than ever.
years
ago. the army in 1918. Dave G. Alston, I Abe here to speak for themselves."
pianist and soloist. and Mrs. B. A.
I
grating rapidly under the'stress of The mill this season was operatedfor
,,_._ I Clewiston merchant has also announced Mr. Webb said that word from
i- / small slam bids, "Four Spades Redoubled -. for this office Bourne violinist with several selec- 100 days and during that timeit
Dearborn, Mich., is to the effect that
," and "Down Three Vulnerable -! tions of music. Earl R. Fontainewas was visited by some 5000 people

Doubled." The new boards are all production schedules are being also a guest of the club. from every walk of life who were
I increased to accomodate the orders
expected to bo on hand for play in 214 Names AddedTo desirous of seeing how the cane was
for cars ,that are pouring in from all
next Thursday's session on April 7th. transformed Into sugar. An accurate -
parts of the country. Board Issues Call '
Four prizes will be awarded on Precinct RosterA I check was made of the numberof
Special plans are being made for
," tbe closing night of the Tourna- visitors after the first few weeksof
welcoming and demonstrating the For District ElectionResidents
I..' jiuut to the four high ranking operations. An average of 50
cars here. Invitations have been extended -
':,' ]players; the balance of the fund remaining total of 214 new voters have i per day were conducted on the mill's
officials
.. = after the purchase of the registered In the Clewiston precinct, prominent city in local business and others and and property holders of tour of inspection.The .

'. prizes will provide a party for the Ed Butler, deputy registration officer -
: i: professional life to attend a preview this special school district are called harvesting machines, used

contestants on the closing night, at said this morning. Mr. Butler i} ,of the car. The pre-view will upon to register and pay poll taxes this year to cut much of the cane,

which time the prizes will be award- predicts that approximately 400 be followed in order to vote In 'a special school are being stored for the summer
i by a public reception-
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votes will be cast in this precinct in
"J -cd. ?I election called by the county board season, and during the closed sea"son

,.: : WC- Owen is leading all constants the June elections. for May 3rd. they will be given minute examination

' ;: to date, according to scores The books will be returned to the
and that the
; repairs so
THE The of the election Is to
COLLEGE HOBO purpose
, :,:" ." compiled to include the play of court house the early part of next divide this district which Includes 1932-33 period will start In earnest.

' 'r .f March 24 by Jim Beardsley but since week where they will remain in the now -
> ", both the LaBelle and Clewis- The officials of the sugar company
i L Mr. Owen has previously announced custody of Mrs. Alice Curry Bailey,
SCHOOL PLAY TO ton schools into two separate dis- are to be congratulated on
'
supervisor of registration at La-
for
r that he was not competing prizes.
.! tricts.In the efficient manner in which they

f :' Dorothy Redelsheimer ranks No.1, Belle. i have conducted the, affairs of the

i I closely followed by Mr. and Mrs. All residents who are qualified to'I' BE GIVEN 'HERE ,as much as the election is called business. With only a very short

I Prcwitt and Mrs Downs, as the fol- register are advised to do so at once, for May 3. sponsors of the electionsay
I time to prepare fQr the harvest and
indicate before the books are returned to the it Is necessary for all property
: ; lowing scores :
, set to work to
grinding season they
March county seat. I Louise owners to pay their poll tax at once
sessions to
all
First fifteen (
:.' ; By Mary Oglesby) re-condition all. machinery and
in order to be able to participate. in
24: Pl'Opert3'I I "The College Hobo," a four act equipment and begin the season

Y/. C. Owen ................................ 944 Beautifies play Is to be presented by the pupilsof the election.To earlier than has been customary.The .

D Redelsheimer ..__.................... 895 I participate in an election of
MrsF.. R. Maxwell, who last week: the Clewiston Junior High School U. S. Sugar corporation acquired -
"Elta Prewitt ................................ 828 II' this nature it is necessary that the
bought the Stone Hotel from l at the school auditorium here April active of the
'. ....... L. Downs _. __...........::................... 'SH Mrs.j voter be a qualified tax payer. management
: E. D. Bennett, is installing 8. "The College Hobo" is a peppy enterprise on December 7th when
W. C. Prewitt ............................ 770 new Poll taxes are payable now at the ,
furniture and making other college play, dripping with wit and legal sale of the properties was
s jP'.J.. W. Ezelle ................................. 680 changes I humor. office of J. L. Taylor, tax collector.
to beautify the property. The plot centers around: made at LaBelle and in less thana
:Evelyn Shelley .....................__..... 651
Sally Sims, an attractive co-ed. Her
week's time the mill was in -
r O. Watson ...._............................. 431 operation.
expenses at Blake University are be- Much of the preliminarywork
t W. M. Redelsheimer __n._-;.__........ 152 COLLECTOR RACE
WITNESSES TESTIFY ing paid by an unknown party."Hobo" had to be done by the reorganization
R. R. Beardsley ..............-....-...-.. -13 who
f' ( hoboes all over the before the

r :M. F. Leydig i ...___...._..._....._._._..... -4 5I' group
country just for thrills) a ne'er do HAS THREE ENTRIES actual properties w'ere delivered to

I'I'T.. V. Watson .............................. -60
MOTIVE IN KILLING well, until Sally's desire to attend It.
r Jamye Williams ........................ -117 {
him Interest
college inspires to take an -

w P. Wilson .._............._._____........... -314 The people of Clewiston, as a.
in the bigger things of life. With the announcement of J. ,R.
l H. Blate ........................__.__....... -369 I whole, as well as officials of the
Hobo is the hero of the play. Doty, of LaBelle, this week that he satisfied with the
l Dr. Ezelle and :Mr. Watson have Willie Murphy, 29, negro laborer. I company are oper-
The play is well under way and is a candidate for the office of tax and
ations of the grinding season
not played a sufficient number ofsesc'ous was shot to death at Liberty Point
promises to be good from start to collector that race now has three and
,
forward to
i to be in the prize competition camp of the U. S., Sugar corporation are looking a "bigger
finish. The list af characters is: entries. J. L. Taylor, present in-I(I better" season next year.
near here Sunday morning by W. A. ,
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i Mr. Sims; uneducated but well cumbent, and E. E. Kelly of this I
Ballentine, camp foreman. At a I
meaning old farmer who declares city having made their announce

Herd Reeves Makes preliminary hearing before County that his daughter "Ain't paid for ments last week for the office. Maddox AnnouncesFor
Judge R. C. Vorhees Monday morn
(Continued on Page 4)CATHOLIC Mr. Doty came to Florida in 1915
ing, Ballentine was released after
I and took charge of the Bank of La- County JudgeWith
Formal AnnouncementCuret. evidence presented at the hearing,
Belle as cashier. Even though the
tended to establish self defense i
CHURCH floods and hurricanes and bank
as the motive for the shooting. the announcement of W. T.
Hurd L. Reeves Felda i
of failures at Moore Haven, Mr. Doty
According to witnesses at the hearing -i Maddox, of Felda. as candidate for
this week enters his candi-
name as said the LaBelle bank generally paida
date for re-election as Tax Assessor -! the negro had been drinking' FOR CANAL POINT dividend. He helped to organizethe I county judge, Hendry ,county's list
'
Jof candidates is brought to 17j
heavily Saturday night and Sunday -
of Hendry county, which officehe Cross State waterway associa- |

has: held continuously since the I morning, he backed his wife againstthe tion in 1917 and says he has been !j Mr. Maddox: who has been a resident -

,. crc-a-ion of, the county in 1923. In wall of his house and was beat-I Father F. J. Finnegan, pastor of an active supporter of the project of this county for about eight

l-><1 his announcement! Capt. Reeves says ing her. Balleutine in charge of the j St. Margaret's Catholic church at since its beginning. In 1925 Mr. years, has recently completed two

lie IT making no promises to anyone camp st the time, ordered the negro !Clewiston. told the members of the Doty resigned as cashier of the La- years of study at the University of

except the people as a whole and is to :stop beating his wife, and the I Pahokee Rotary Club Friday that Belle bank to serve as Hendry Florida at Gainesville.

t ': running on the record he has made black" turned on him. Ballentinesaid 'the hoped to build a church at county's first representative. As Mr. Maddox was in Clewiston

11 f rs assessor for the past eight years. he struck the negro across the I Canal Point or Pahokee or between representative he says, he was successful Wednesday in the interest of his
!head'with the butt of a revolver and these two towns. Officials of the
Solon B. Crews; of Ft. Denaud and I in putting through every bill candidacy.The .

\ f William H. Murray: of LaBelle made I retreated across the camp street, followed -, sugar 'company had told him, he
the people of the county requestEd. j office is now held by II. A.
by the black, who was shouting said, that they are unable to get
their formal announcements for this I
\ He says he has'worked with others Rider, who was appointed to fill the
I threats and using vile and. from Louisiana and
t office lat!: week. sngar men
for 16 years trying to get the cross unexpired term of the late Judge C.
'abusive language directed at Mr. elsewhere to come here because (
'I state highway from Palm Beach toi A. Ross. Judge Rider made his an-
Ballentine. i of the disinclination of the |
FIND COUNTERFEIT TAG I men Fort Myers and "believes the best.nouncement last week.
I When Ballentine reached the commissary to bring their families to a town other
AT OKEKCHOBEE CITY way to get it completed and
and could retreat no farther i i ithat did not have a Catholic
roads in this section, is to get behind
the negro laid his hand on a board!'!: church, and he hoped the placing McGehee NominatedIn
Sheriff Z. H. Simmons of Okee- John W. Martin for governor and
as if to strike Ballentine, witnesses]![: of a church in the sugar company's ", I
chobee discovered with
county a car elect him.
said, and cursed him. adding "I'll :[. Canal Point zone would contribute'to Caucus
a tag (apparently 1932 model) in :' In speaking of his campaign Mr. Municipal
make kill me. Ballentine fired''
'. you the growth of the territory.
the 300000'sUpon investigation j Doty says "I expect to conduct my
I,near the negro and when he failed i Father Finnegan, a, native of
it was found that the tag was aI' I|I campaign free from mud-slinging,
'to stop, fired a second shot, this one 'Ireland, was an assistant pastor Polling 27 of the 52 nominationscast
1930 plate with the colors changedand :i giving my opponents the same cour-
into the negro's side near the shoulder. in Tuesday's preferential caucus
at Jacksonville before he was assigned -
the 0" cleverly hammered into consideration I would have
1 The negro died instantly. I j I to Clewiston two years ago teous here J. A. (Gus) McGehee steppedfar
a 2". No tag for such a high from them, recognizing the fact that
in the lead of other nominations.Miss .
'-- Half a dozen witnesses to the to organize a congregation and
lias been issued this to appealto
figure right
year. 'I they have the! same
shooting were brought into court' Marion Leydig with her name
build a church, in which he was .
I the voters as I have.
- : ----- -- ;: -- -' LEGION POST DELEGATES and testified substantially; the same i j successful and for the cooperation listed first on seven ballots ranked

.explanation of the shooting. -Moore i I of non-Catholics in the erection of second.
Ford ShowingW. ,
{ Attend
( i t Capt. F, Deane Duff and Ed But- Haven Democrat. the Clcwistou church he expressedhis I i Of the 87 who registered for the

:: IT wro appointed as official deleI appreciation and the hope that .. H. Webb, local Ford dealer,I caucus, 52 presented themselves at

I *e3 from tho ClewSston Post of the P T A PLANS BENEFIT the' would have a similar support Inl and Harold Johnson: shop superintendent the polls to participate in Clewiston'a

American Legion by Commander J. BRIDGE APRIL 12TI1 the Canal Point district.It returned to Clewiston ,I first municipal nominations.
I II
A. McGhee to represent the post at I is understood among Wednesday morning from JaCkson-!I The purpose of the balloting was

+hc ktite convention to be held in I Plans are being made by the local I lics in Pahokee that the sugar com-I ville where they had been to attend to determine the choice of Clewiston.

'rair.i April 78Ten:) other mem- Parent-Teacher's association to holda pany has offered to give a a special dealers showing of the New: (I II residents to fill the un-expired term

hero of the' local post have announc- benefit, bridge party on the nightof a church building, and one of the Ford cars. They announce a modelof of Jules M. Burguieres as a memberof

M th'-'r; intention of attending thist Tuesday April 12th, Mrs. B. A, sites available is said to be two the new 8 will be on display here the city commission. Mr. Bur

'"rvpn'ion. TJo.irno announced today The location lots between the office of The Tuesday. April 5th. I guieres has requested the comniis-

of the affair has 'not been de- Everglades News and Mr. and sion to accept his resignation effective -

.J, R Doty, candidate for tax col- cided, but the party is being announced Mrs. Jack Barrett's house on Capt. Hurd L. Reeves, tax assessor April first. The commission

s.:. Kctor, visited CleAviston Sunday on I in order to leave the date North Canal, street. Everglades. was a business visitor here Mon- will meet Monday to fill. the va

/ business \C ppen for all who desire to attend, News. day. :cancy.r ,,"--' '

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TIm CLEWIBTGN XEWG: in any event would not save either I Highlander points out that while FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER:
time or money to ocean vessels from !>>X> ",..";" """"' :.:>>o="'''''''' 1 most of the yelp in' and bayin' about! District One.

Published e1 ery Friday In Clowl1ton. New Orleans to Hamburg, or in other'''I the cost of government is aimed at I hereby announce my candidacy for

Florida by the CLEWISTON NEWS, words, from Gulf ports to Europe. .BAGASSE. Tallahassee if. you'll do a llttlecheckin' County Commissioner of District One,
I- ii' suhjt-t to the Democratic Primary,
The figures given In these Tampa and double checkln like June 7th.I .

statements are of doubtful value. Amos and Andy, you'll find that only have lived in this community for
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the past 13 years and believe I know
Watered as second class matter. For example, when it is said that a. about 20 p'cr cent of our tax money the needs of the district and the wishesof

February L 1927. at the Post OffIceat ship canal across Florida would be I While political candidates all over goes to the state, the balance of 80 the people. If elected to this office
I I will always work for the district
Glewietoa, Florida, under the Act only 15 miles shorter than a trip the state were busy dusting off their per cent is for law and order in the and for the entire county.R. .

'of March 8, 1897.A around the Florida straits, the arith- hats to toss them' in the political form of county taxes. And when B. \VALDRON"i

metic is a little involved for those arena Sunday night, mill workers I you add municipal costs you find I]i FOR SCHOOL HOARD MEMBER

I equipped only with the normal maps here were waiting the signal to toss that you been chasin' a mangy rabbit -

newspaper! devoted to the best of the country. One can readily: appreciate their hats Into the hoppers of the with a high powered rifle while I' Being keenly interested in the welfare'of
I the county and especially in the
Interest of Hendry County, Florida. : that it might cost as muchin big sugar mill here, and such a a bull elephant is starn peedin' all school system, I am announcing my

IU leading newspaper. pilot foes to bring an ocean liner throwing of hats you never saw. over your back yard. candidacy for election as a member of
I I the Hendry County Board of Public Instruction -
through a cross state canal as to The trasportation department I So if you're really in earnest about I am not a politician but

propel it around the end of the state this economy business and want to just a citizen who is seeking to assist
Subscription rate: per year ....-$2.00Outside passed the word along the line Sun- I in the upbuilding of this county. '
but to say that a cross state canal insure a reduction in taxes. you
I will
appreciate In the
day that about 10:30 the last car yoursupport
.. of State of Florida _...$2.50 would increase the cost and not cut won't fret so much about Tallahassee Primary June
of cane would be dumped into the 7th.CHARLIE
I down the distance is piling It on a but you'll do a little whlp-crack- MINER.
cane hopper. Well that bunch made (Paid Political advertisement)
little thick. I.in' around home. Before you gopassin'
Advertising rates furnished on ap- a great mis-calculation. It was COUNTl..4*
out scepters to a lot of guys FOR JUDGETo
plication.Burfneaa. But suppose we forget for the time 10:28 when the last car was rolled

being the thought of a canal large over on its side at the tilting plat-I 1 around you neighorhood you'd better the Voters of Hendry County:
find out who they expect to hit over' Appreciating the privilege I have had
office. Clewiston News, enough to accomodatc ocean-going form and the stalks of cane beganto the head with the blamed things.l I of serving as County Judge: for a short
vessels. Suppose we limit it to trickle in. Then one mighty time by appointment and believing the
Clawlstou, Florida. Editorial and And make sure the boys you send to I people of Hendry County recognize
barges and coast wise.
ships. Supposewe
heave, and the final cane car
Advertising same. gave ( Continued on Pnge 3) the principle that when a public officer
consider such factors as gasoline, up its 50,000 pound burden. At I has served for only a part term and

which costs a great deal more on the first it seemed that pandemonium, his record Is acceptable, he Is entitledto
a continuance in such office for a
Telephone S39 Atlantic coast than It does in Tampa. (what ever that is) had broken full term: I hereby announce my candi-
for Because Political Announcements dacy for County Judge of Hendry County -
no apparent reason. we loose, but as soon as people's ears I I subject to the Democratic Primary

already have the Caloosahatchee become used to the shrill sounds it in June, and respectfully solicit an Inspection -

NEW USE FOR SUGAR river, Lake Ok echobee and the St. turned out to be that every whistlein of my record for the short
There be nothing new under Lucie as navigable which FOR REPRESENTATIVE I period of my Incumbency. I shall be
waterways
may the building and all the enginesin apreciative and grateful to you for
the sun but there are new uses that need only to be straightened and the yards had only blasted forth I your vote and support at the coming
be made of the products we now in some I hereby announce my candidacy for primary election.
can deepened places, the cost with the announcement that the re-election as Representative from Respectfully,

have. of putting such a waterway in shape last car had been dumped into the Hendry County In the state Legislature,"I I H. A. RIDER.

The latest in new uses comes from for a barge or small boat traffic hopper I subject to the -Democratic Primary,
June 7, 1932. ) FOR COUNTY:: JUDGETo
the sugar industry, in which Clewis- need not be prohibitive. The freight n I If re-elected I will continue to work

ton plays an important part. taraffic ought to be sufficient to jus- Then, talking about hats, we seea for the best interest of the entire coun- the' Voters of Hendry County:
Can you picture a skyscraper be- tify it, according to most of the esti- ty as I have done In the past. I hereby announce myself as a can- I.
nice up
little stack of 17, all piled Your
vote and support will be ap- ddate! for County Judge subject to the \-i.
ing' made with sugar? Would you mates of those who have delved into in Hendry's politics. Three new preciated. decision of the Democratic Primary

think'of sugaring your mortar In the subject, would be. ones were tossed this week. W. T. ELBERT L. STEWART.Paid June 7th.
( Political I Your vote and support will be
; advertisement) ap-
order to give more strength to :your We can see where the expenditure; Maddox, a young Felda farmer who preciated. -

bricks of $200,000,000 to dig a ship canal: has recently returned from the FOR REPRESENTATIVE I W. T. :MADDOXPaid

Just such a thing has been proven from the St. John's river to the Gulf i University of Florida. came in ( political crtlsement)

successful by the,Mellon Institute of of Mexico across the upper part of I Wednesday to give his hat a fling To At the the People request of Hendry of a large County number of FOR TAX COLLECTORTo

Industrial research in a demonstration Florida might be entirely too much I into' the ring for County Judge.I citizens from every section of Hendry nil Voter In Hendry County
county, I hereby announce myself a
shown to the American Chemi-
for the I Captain Hurd L. Reeves who has
contemplated benefits. But candidate for Representative from I respectfully announce as candidatefor

cal society. The Industrial use of we can not at this time, see how a. been the only tax assessor Hendry Hendry County, in the next Legislature, TAX COLLECTOR subject to the
in this respect was told the subject to the action of the June Democratic Primary of June 7th. 1932:
sugar barge canal already county ever had was also in Clewis-
along a waterway Democratic Primary. Realizing that If elected I promise that the' records
society in a paper by Dr. Gerald J. partially completed would not ton Wednesday for the purpose of the best results can only be obtainedby and receipts' of this office will be-
Cox and Dr. John Metschel. the Representative and State Sena- handled in a careful, efficient and business -
his the list of
at last adding to .candi-
reduce the price of gasoline I name tor cooperating I shall cooperate to like manner and to the interest of"
These Scientists obtained their and of vegetables on the East oast. dates. Cap. enters his name for re- the fullest ,extent with our State Sena- .Hendry County.

tip from the ancient Romans in Those two items alone ought to jus- election to the same office. J. R. tor for the best interest of the entire I will appreciate your vote and sup--
county. I invite careful port.
a comparisonof
fragmentary statements 2,000 years tify the,East Coast in keeping behind Doty, former cashier of the Bankof my record In the 1929 Legislaturewith i E. E. KELLY.

old. "Controlled tests," they said, i this project. --Miami Herald. LaBelle, shows that he has thenoncandidates' that of, my. successor. : (Paid Political advertisement)

"have shown that if as little sugar attitude and remem- Your vote and Influence will be ap-
preciated. FOR TAX COLLECTORTo
. as 6 per cent of -the quicklime is bers how office seekers "bore" the LOUIS O. GRAVELY.

Included in the mortar the tensile Bring a' Gun voters.,, He says "many people pre- (Paid Political advertisement) the Voters of Hendry County

strength Is Increased by about 60 English Professor--Tomorrow we fer not to be bored by candidates FOR< SHERIFFTo date I hereby for re-election announce to myself the office a candi-of

per cent will take the life- of. John Milton. taking up their time." Mr. Doty has Tax Collector subject to the Demo-
the Voters of Hendry County: cratic Primary In June. If nominatedand
of
"With the present low price Please come
( preptred.-Bos'ton Tran
entered the race for tax collector
I hereby announce myself as a candi- elected, I will strive to serve the
sugar the addition of five or six script. against Jim Taylor and Pap Kelly. date to succeed myself as Sheriff of public to the very best of my ability as

pounds of sugar for each 100 poundsof This is written Thursday morning Hendry County, subject 'to the Demo- in the past and will keep in mind at
all times the interest of the taxpayersand
cratic
Primary June 7th.
lime adds little the cost of
to
THESE FOREST FIRES early and other announcements are If returned to this office I will continue general citizenship of Hendry
laying brick or plastering walls. likely to be made before the News to servo the county to the best County putting forth every effort to
The sugar is added dissolved in of my ability. I will continue to conduct conduct the office In the most efficient -
Perhaps at no time in recent goes to press. the sheriff's office on a sound, and courteous manner
water after the lime has been slacked -o- economical basis. I am making the Thanking you for past favors and for
years has there been:) as many forest race solely on my record and :; I your continued support, I am, yours
and muck fires raging in the stateas When it comes to throwing a achievements as your sheriff. paSI I to serve, "

"Mortar possesses certain qualities have laid waste to property this dance, all of you who have hats left Your vote and support will be ap i I J. L. TAYLOR. J'
of workability that are superior to (after throwing them in the mill and preciated. (Paid Political advertisement) '-.. '. /
Spring. A new angle to the movementto H. L. DELANEY. I
cement mixtures or gypsum plasters, fight, the forest fire hazard is I in politics) have to take them off to ,(Paid Political Advertisement) FOR TAX COLLECTORTo

but it is lacking in strength. Lime the Legion Post. That crowd of .- I
noted in the statement of Dr. Waldo '
FOR SHERIFFI the Voters of Hcndry County:
mortar can regain many of its former Horton, of Winter Haven, presidentof boosters can certainly pull off good i I hereby announce myself a candidate -.

uses If the strength can be in- ones. They picked out a good take' this opportunity to announce I for the office of tax collector, sub-
the Florida State Beekeepers association my candidacy for the office of Sheriff *ect to the decision of the voters of the
creased.
Dr. Horton points out that orchestra from Palm Beach, pickeda of Hendry County, subject .to the II Democratic Party In the June Primary.I .

Such a new use for sugar will there are 5,000 beekeepers in the good night (Tuesday) and the Democratic. Primary, .Tune 7, 1932. !:I favor R law abolishing the fee:
prove beneficial in buildings of the I anxious too. If elected to this office I will prove: 'system for county officers and placing
state, though all are not affiliated crowd was my appreciation of :your .support by thorn on a salary basis according;
I
future and will at the same time with thee state association, and that I the faithful performance of the duties'I to their duties and responsibilities.I .
create a new demand for sugar, of said office. favor a law abolishing the payment ,
millions of hives of bees owned by Your support will be highly appre- of poll tax as a requisite to vote..
which in tUrn will doubtless allow If elected I promise a clean. safe,.
them are menanced by the fires. 'I ciated.
the producer a better price for his I W. C. (BILL) HOOKER. economical administration of the affairs -
product. In Okaloosa county 2,000 acres ; Late (Paid Political advertisement) of the office.
were burning at one 'time recently.!! joo [ have been a resident and tax payer
o FOR CONSTABLE! of this county for the past seventeen
LAKE OKEECHOBEE AS A SEAPLANE Fires in the Everglades have proved f years. :"My record is open for your In-

a city nuisance in Miami when C(9o To the Voters of Dlatrlct One spection.
BASE. breezes from the have < Classify I hereby announce my candidacy for I hope to meet every voter before
burning area
;Af".1. re-election as Constable for the First; the primary, but may not be able to
filled that city with malodorous District of Hendry County. j I Jdo so, do not feel slighted if I fall
The feasibility of Leke Okeechobeeas smoke from the fires. Hundreds of 1!j I By RUSSELL KAY If re-elected to this office I will]i to see you. Many people prefer not
r Secretary, Florida Pres AssociationYou'd j to be bored by candidates taking
up
a strategic location for a seo plane continue to serve you in the same efficient -
acres of valuable murk has been ren-j I manner I have given In the{! their time.
base has been given much discussionin dered less valuable by fire during I I II past and shall always work for the} I 'would appreciate the opportunity
aviation and army circles. I I best interests of Hendry county.I I j to. serve at least one term as an official -
the few months. Thousands of ,
past of the I had part
county some
The lake is calm and'pre think_ this word "economy"was will appreciate your vote and sup-
always -
young pine trees have been killed, port. :I"
sents a much,more favorable location and, in instances trees which I a yo-yo or somethin' the way E. B. BUTLER. Vote for J. R. Doty for tax collector
many (Paid Political Advertisement) get your neighbor to vote for him then:
than land locked ocean waters. It have reached maturity have also all the candidates are playin' with it. we will all three be happy.J. .

Is readily accessible from both the been burned and their value entirely And boy, how they can sling it. No FOR CLERK CIRCUIT COURT i Paid R. DOTY.
( political adtertNenieiit).
Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic and
destroyed.If matter what a: guy is runnin' for ; '"/*" 'v-
still It is' situated far enough from the forces which are fightingthe from Constable on up, his theme To the Voters of Hendry Conntyj j FOR: TAX ASSESSOR *W *

both these bodies of water to be safe destructive forest fires could song is "ECONOMY!" All they ask I hereby announce myself a candidate I I for
from attack from the which for re-election to' the office of Clerk hereby announce my candidacy
sea, unite their efforts they could obtain is that we turn the money over to Circuit Court subject to the Demo- election as TAX ASSESSOR for Hendry

makes it an ideal location for a sea some advance toward abolishingthem. 'em and then just let ANYBODY else cr->tic Primary in June.If 'I County, subject to the action of the
Democratic Primary, June 7, 1932.
plane base. Legislative action will help even act like they wanted some of nominated and elected I promise If elected I will conduct the officein

Arthur Brisbane, the world's high- but enforcement is the greater need. it. The average political rally today honest endeavored and to faithful render service in the, .as I have I a fair and impartial manner and for

est paid editorial writer, has often ain't nothin' more or less than a Thanking you for past favors past. and, the best interests of the county.

expressed the opinion that the next FIGHTING A HANDICAPMiss Scotch picinc. Well, you folks can for your continued support, I am, (Paid Political SOLON advertisement B. CREWS)
Yours to serve,
will be in the air. He
war fought go on ahead and applaud if you
WILLIAM T. HULL.
has put much emphasis on the neces- Alene Grace, blind daughterof want to, but don't overlook the I I (Paid Political i advertisement) FOR TAX ASSESSOR

sity of the nation forming adequate Mrs. n. Y. Cannon of Jackson- "CON" part of it, for you'll find I I To the People of Hendry County
FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACEAt
protection' from air Invasion by the ville has been awarded $10 cash later 'on that the accent was all on I respectfully announce as candidatefor

building of sufficient air defense. a that syllable.I I I the request of many friends I am I 1 Tax Assessor of Hendry County
Florida's geographic location ,prize offered Ly the St. Augustine subject to the Democratic Primary to
gives I announcing Justice of the Peace for
Lions Club for the best essay on may be wrong, but I got an idea 1 i the First District of Hendry County. be held In June.
her a commanding position as guard I I belong to no clique or faction whatsoever -
"What can a Civic Service Club do that a lot of birds gallopin' up and I In all matters brought before the but am making the race for
for the rest of the nation from attack I
: for My Community that Has Not screamin' "Economy, economy" just I Justice's court J have dealt fairly amt I I Tax Assessor strictly on my own
from southern areas; and the lake'slocation impartially with all concerned and at merits.
I Been Done?" All honor and more naturally don't understand all they I all times have worked for a betterment :
in the center of the south- i If nominated and elected I promisean
power to Miss Aileen to whom the: know about it. : of Hendry county.. If reelectedto honest
I and faithful of
ern part of the state makes it the the office I shall continue to con- i performance
ideal site for a sea plane base. i tremendous handicap of blindness I remember when I was in schoolwe duct the office on the same policy.: j the impartial duties treatment of the office toward and fair all. and It

There is not a doubt but that the I has iiot been too great to be over-I had the word "frugal" in spelling Your vote and support will be ap- :shall' be my purpose and endeavor at

nation should and when the teacher' asked me to predated. ,all times to help you in every way I
provide adequate
pro- I come.We PAUL DEA I. .
see brave souls around us, use it in a sentence it just too I can.I
was
tection from air invasion, and there (Paid Political Advertisement) I will appreciate your vote and sup-
be I fighting against odds which would bad. So I stayed after school and port. '
can scarcely doubted the lake'slogiCal
render helpless making their FOR COUXTV COMMISSIONER Yours to serve, ..-- _
"Frugal
many
SAVE"
wroth means fifty
location for a part of the I W. L. MURRAY. dW
nation's defense should it be deemed I own place in the world and asking times. The next morning I'm again District OneI (Paid Political advertisement) :TiJ

I no quarter because of their handicap cordially invited to get on "
advisable up my
to 'establish such unit
a hereby announce my oundidacy for, FOR TAX ASSESSORTo !
of the national forces In the state. and we think sometimes that hind legs and use the word "frugal" the office of County Commissionerfrom the People of Hendry County:
'I theirs is the mission in the District One, Hendry subject i I respectfully announce candi-
With such stations at Jacksonville greater in a sentence, so I says: "When the county, my
to the Democratic Primary June dacy for RE-ELECTION as TAX AS-
Tampa, Miami, Key West and Pen- world. They teach us, by their fine lady got in the deep water she hol- 7. 1932. SESSOR for Hendry County, without

B.cola'th southern entrance by war- example and cheerful outlook on lered for help and the life guard I am running a platform of strict pledges to anyone and without promises -
life that and lamentations economy In expenses of the protecting the owner of the property -
county
,' our whimperings jumped in and 'frugaled' her.
ring'forces
would be checked.A government with a -fair and Impartial I as well as the interests of the coun
about such trivial thingsas So before I take a lot for grantedand dealing, not only to this district but' .tYj "
hard times to the entire want all the voters that believe I
utter- county. record
My
BARGE CANAL THEN are cowardly cast as '
vote I want to know
my a member of the school board is open have made a good assessor fair and
ances. whether these guys are fixin' to to Inspection by all voters and I point square to all and who are willing to
Opposition to a ship canal throughFlorida If'' a person whom Providence has "SAVE" us, or "FRUGAL" us. and with pride to the reduction In school trust that I will continue to do the
right and thing, to
proper support me.
either expenses made during my term of of-
across the northern seen fit to deprive of full and between If, however do not It that
a you and me; there's a hel- fice on this board. you see way,
fend or from Fort Myers to Stuart you are still my friend and I am yours.
normal life hold their in I
can own a luva lot of difference.And Your vote and support will be greatly|
hag provoked I Thanking you I am your friend and
some testimony from busy world, who are we to complainof while we're on the subject, appreciated. I present tax assessor
Tampa to the effect that such a canal DAVE G. ALSTON. HURD L. REEVES.
what life has offered us? Jack WorthIngton in the Lake
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FRIDAY, APRIL 1, 1032. ;( THE CLEWISTON NEWS -- '- '--r .'--- '-4
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Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Fontaine left =
rEr S and Hookie Avant are our best as::
Clewiston Thursday: afternoon for :
:
Mention'i Boston, Mass., where they will remain -'BLOE catchers. Herbert Salter is one of
the greatest keystone sackers In
r for a few weeks. In the "
d WHITE 1 1Editor Clewiston. The short stop positioncan
IIIIG absence of Mr. Fontaine, Charlie I BAINNEQ be plugged up by Altman and
Miner is
L. C. Sturges spent the week end acting as purchasing agent George Hooks. When not behind
in Palm Beach. for the United States Sugar corpora-
the bat Merrill Lowe can alternate
tion.
with Avant at third base. The out-

R. L. Howell visited in Lakelandover in Chief Mary Louise Oglesby SCHOOL PERSONALS field can well be handled by Lang,

the week end. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. VonMach and Assistant Editor ..____.Halson Avant I Clark, Green. Bush and Deam.I .

family have moved into the'Kettl Assistant Editor ______..Mae Lily Stone| :Mary Bush and Van Bush have am not trying to pick a team. Mr.
house, made vacant by Mr. and Mrs.J. moved to the
Bennett Hotel Langford knows best and will make
Frank Hancock was a week end P. Percy. Mr. and Mrs. Sports Editor .____.....Richard Bestor fromHooker's '
visitor Percy I Apartments.Mae a winning team. This is just the
In Lake Worth. have moved into the home of Mr. and Sports Editor .'...........___.Evelyn Hare Lily Stone has moved back sport writer's guess, however wild it

1Irs.V.. S. Harvel. Humor Editor ..............Usler Mathis to Hooker's Point. may be.HEALTH.
Herbert Thomas, of More Haven
was Social Editor ................Betty Spicer I Annie Mathis %
a week end visitor here. MRS. BARNEY THOMAS: GIVES had a candy pulling

Cartoonist .....___............Anne Mathis:jat her home Monday night. OFFICER VISITS SCHOOL
DELIGHTFUL BRIDGE PARTY i 1
Miss Clara Schiller visited in Business Manager ..........Roy Gre I:.I Halston Avant motored to Lake
Dr. White, a state health officer
Placid
to attend a base ball game
Winter Haven the past week: end. Mrs. Barney Thomas entertained I(Sunday. has been giving typhoid vaccinationsto

----- Wednesday, afternoon with a bridgein the school children. Those who
.
HOW THE STANDARD OF FORMER Mary Bush was absent from school
Dick Miller of Palm Beach, spent htfnqr of Mrs. R. A. Ballard. PUPILS AFFECT THE PRESENT {Tuesday afternoon. have not taken their final treatment,

Monday here transacting business. Guests included Mrs. R. Y. Patterson !I Miss Harmon's room had an Easter may get it at the hospital today and

Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mrs. Harry tomorrow. Although these treat-
Anyone is inclined to follow the egg hunt Frday afternoon.

Capt. Hurd L. Reeves, tax asses- Vaughn. Mrs. W. F. Simpson, Mrs.R. customs of their friends and associ- Miss Williams' room enjoyed ments have not been co very pleasantand

sor P. Dunty, Mrs. J. P. Percy, Mrs.E. I a several were made a little sick
,
was a business visitor here Mon- ates; and school pupils are not an swim in Lake Okeechobee Friday.

.: day. L. Stewart, Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. exception to this rule. We obtainthe Miss West's and' Mrs. Prewitt's for a while on account of them, the
T. B. Shelley Mrs. C. E. Miner Mrs.
I school children appreciate the state'staking
habit in early childhood and it'rooms had Easter egg hunts on the
W. C. Prewitt, Mrs. E. R. Fontaine, I an Interest in their welfare
J. R. Doty, candidate for tax col- keeps growing upon us. 'We wantto school campus Friday afternoon. .1
Mrs. C. H. Berner. Mrs. Rackstraw
and looking after their health.
lector, visited Clewiston Sunday on start the ball rolling right now MJss Drew's room also enjoyedan I _
Miss Marion Leydig. Miss
business. Jamye which will enable us to have the high Easter egg hunt Friday afternoon. i

----- v Williams, Miss Jeannette Morgan, standards in our conduct and also:' MI1ss Ellen .Wallece motored to 0)0-':..:..:..:..=":..:.:..:..:..:..:+:..:..:..:..:..>:..:..:..:..:.

Mrs. E. A. Schult motored to Fort West Miss and Mae Mrs.Drew, Ballard., Miss, Elizabeth high standards in our studies. We I' Bok Tower and Lake ,Placid' Sunday. (..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:.

Myers Saturday, where she spent the Refreshments of chicken salad, must play our part in making our:I Miss Wallace's room also went for C. E. STEBELDealer

week end. well disciplined student body a tradition -|swim Tuesday afternoon.
cheese biscuits and coffee
were < to be handed down from year Bobby Hare, Mae Lily Stone and in
served. Mrs. E. R. Fontaine received 'I
'I
to year In our school and not merely Merrill Lowe attended the dance at General Electric Refrigerators
:Miss Marcia Avant. Joe Cato and high prize. Miss Elizabeth West won
something to be talked about. ::the Clewiston Inn Tuesday night..
.t Halson Avant were Sunday visitors second, Mrs. Miner won cut for prize Electrochef StovesRadios
.," If the school pupils are not con
w; 4n Lake Placid.Mr. and MrsBallard was presented with
siderate enough to give their undivided SPORTS OUTLOOKBy
guset prize. and Supplies
attention and efforts toward ( Richard Bestor)
and Mrs. 'Van Cothern, of Radio Repairing
the betterment of the school, then!!I After a short and speedy basketball -
Moore Haven, were visitors in TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
CJewiston we are not, only hurting ourselves but;i season Clewiston ,High School Pahokeo Florida

Sunday. we are hurting the pupils that will]jis I going to take up diamondball ,,,, ,, ,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,, ,,,,,,
(Continued'from page 2) :-':'( ':":":":": : :" : :-': : : : : : : : :": : : :":'

; Miss. Bertha Gram and. Miss Mary the Legislature understand what to follow us. Just remember that if J'!I t under the capable coaching- of Mr. .;.:..:.:..;..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..>>;-:-:.-.:..:..:..:.
start throwing erasers or break-!Langford.
Gantt, of Moore Haven, visited in do when it comes time to- pass the you !1'I
I ing ,other schools laws you are setting The team should win more games
vClowision Friday. necessary legislation to bring about
reduction in costs of county govern- a bad example for other pupils, and than it loses. In several early games 666. '

I you might be the cause of their doing i Clewiston defeated Moore Haven
;
A. L, Hackett and Parker Wilson ment. The sooner we get togetherand .
the: same things. twice and lost one
spent Saturday in Lake Wales and take the FEE SYSTEM for a game. We have
TABLETS SALVE
Let us In the Clewiston some good prospects in the LIQUID -
school
home
;Sunday in Tampa. RIDE the better off we'll be, and the
make our standards high. run hitting line with Hookie Avant 666 Liquid or Tablets used' internal.
suggestion that do with
we '
away everyone Is interested in showing]and Bill Hooks. ly and 666 Salve externally make a
Thomas Jones, of LaBelle. was costly school boards and let the
an improvement in our school each I j We have no lack of pitchers either, .complete and effective treatment. for
:among the out of town visitors who trustees try earnin' their money, is Colds. ,
year. We all know this can be done the best being Bill Hooks and
;spent the week end here. worth thinking about. i '
-- One of the Orlando papers pulledoff by the hearty and sincere cooperation by Hare. These two can also BOb-j Most Speedy Remedies KnownAsk
!of all concerned. Are concerned? ate at first base. Merrell
Mrs. J. A. McGehee, Mrs. E. L. a straw vote the other day to try you Your Druggist for Particulars
Then. it.CHAPEL.
:Stewart and Miss Dorothy Moorman' and find out "who was which" in theGovernor's prove .:":":":-':":":": :w-.Xwo--.. :..:.." "'..'..-.......-.--._-.".'...-."..-...-...-.._-._-..-_...-...-._._....J ._._..
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spent Saturday in Palm Beach. race, Mr. Howey got so
PROGRAMMiss : : ------1
many votes it wasn't even funny. Of

Mrs. C. L. Downs, Mrs. E. R. Fon- course the Democrats say it was justa t
Morgan's room the ninth and t
:taine and Mrs. Downs were visitorsin lot of "hooey" anyhow, but if you
tenth: grades gave the. following
: Miami. for the past week end. ask me, it was a lot of HOWEY. -
programin Chapel last Friday:
Probably the voters didn't know J .
Song Love's Old Sweet Song, : TUESDAY
Page McArthur left the early part that Howey was a Republican but sung by the assembly. i I

of the week for his home in Gainesville with so many guys runnin' how cana I
Bible Reading, by Betty Spicer. ,
after spending the past season fellow be sure of anything. You _.
Prayer, by the assembly. < .
here. know, if all the democratic candi- ,',", :. '
I ., ', "
.
i
Reading, "Sam's Letter" by Eve- :
"
"
1 ,: dates keep throwing monkey wrenches ny Hare. : ': '7t i
-- Mrs. A. A. Munroe left for Orlando at each other long enough, we :
Song. Work for the Night is coming :f
Tuesday, where she will spent the may wake up and find we got THE--: t.
by the assembly. '
remainder of the week visiting rela- 'HOWEY" in the Hills of Leon as :?
. r Play, "Leaving Jonah, by Mae .. '
.' I y.s'
tives. well as in the HILLS of LAKE. ,.
Lily Stone, Marvin Altman, Richard : .., .. ?
Bestor and Herbert Halter. ..s., :. 't
Mrs. G. O. Wallace and Bill Wal- Y.

lace left Tuesday for Winter Park. Song, Onward Christian Soldiers. BEAUTIFUL.
/ cfoolFOR by the assembly.At .
Unba sung
Whey will return the latter part of )
the close of the program Mr. I

the week. Langford made a few announce- I

on ments.'origin". '
Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Langford. : i

Miss Bessie Culbreth, Miss Overall NEW
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"beginning. Genesis
or :
r and Lonnie Warren motored to Lake FOR APRIL 3, 1932 I ; :
is the first book of the Bible, of the
"Wales Sunday. Subject: God in Creation.-; Pentateuch the Five Books known, 's' ,

Genesis. I as the law. ;'s..if. i
Dick McDowell, who spent the
GOLDEN TEXT: "In the begin
past season in Clewiston, left the The early condition of the earth I
ning God created the heaven and the i
early part of the week for his home earth. Gen 1: 1." -the firmament Is stated in verse FORD V-B" i

in High Springs. TIME: In the beginning.The two of the lesson,-"and the earth j .

was without form, and void; and '
lessons of the coming quar- I
Miss Gladise Le Nowling, of West ter cover-"The period from B. C- darkness was upon the face of the : .: :.'?

Palm Beach, a former Clewiston resi- deep And the Spirit of God moved I : .
4004, to about B. C. 1706,. or a lit- .
dent, spent the week end in Clewistbn upon the face of the waters." There I .
tle more than 2,000 years The f' WILL BE' i i.f.
visiting friends.; events included are the original came a time when "God said Let I

there be light: and there was light.
I
creation of the world, and its later ..
Then, in verses 7-23, God separIated t
:' Miss Frances Tlppey, Thomas preparation in its present form, including v
J ; Jones, Miss Elizabeth West and An- the creation of all animal the waters on the earth from I

drew Beery attended the theatre in those above, calling the firmament i
and vegetale life; the failure of man DISPLAYED
heaven and gathered the waters of HEREi
Pahokee Sunday evening. ;
in the first great moral test; and iX
the earth together and called them '
the lives of Abraham; Isaac. Jacob

Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Ballard left and Joseph; and one great purpose, the; Seas and the dry land Earth. ..} ,

Saturday for Lakeland after spend- Then God commanded the earth to f
after giving the account of creation, .3
ing several days here as guests of bring forth grass and herbs and fruit 5th
seems to be to trace the course _of ; April
trees. "and It was so." On the 4th < '. *
,t Mr.; and Mrs. Barney Thomas.Mr. sin and to reveal its nature. .; ;
day God separated the ,day from the x X
Along by the side of the course of .. ,
night creating the greater light for ;
and Mrs. Fred Hill. Mr. and sin there runs an implication and 2

f. Mrs. W. M. Redelsheimer, and E. promise of redemption. the day and the smaller lights for 's'
a ..
!': the night, and these lights ruled over ;
'R. Fontaine, motored to Plam Beach 'I Another broad purpose of Gene- 2 .
the day and night. Then God com- .
recently attend the dog races. sis is to show the importance of "'.
manded that fishes come into the
---- man. He was the only creature madein See it and full '
Recent registrations at the Wata- God's image. It was a divine seas and waters, and birds and fowls get details I

nabe Hotel include Mr. and Mrs. into the air.
tribute to man when God gave him
G J. M. Thomas, of Avon Park, L. R. And God made the beast of the .I
the power of choice. From the first
earth after his kind, and cattle after at our showroom in Clewiston f
Campbell, of Tampa, J. H. Jones, of God gave man the chance to cooperate .x :::
their kind, and thing that
Fort Myers. Jeff Baldwin, of Oberon, with himself in his workin every

North Dakota, A. C. Nelson, of Palm I the world. God made the gardenof creepeth upon the earth after his I.. =?

Beach, A Clorearm, of Palm Beach. Eden, but he gave Adam the kind; and God saw that it was good." I : Of.

W. A. Griffin, of Miami, Mr. and charge to dress It. "And God said, Let us make mangyin I ..; X

Mrs. J. N. Winchester of Greenwood. our image, after our likeness: :( .
So it is clear that from the begin- I' *

;,R Ind., F. E. Groggans, T. T. Coleman ning the earth was prepared and and let them have dominion over the f: X

;w of Okeechobee, M. Goldner Okeecho- fish 'of the sea. and over the fowl :& fIZ
equipped for man's use and that it .. f
-tf }'' bee Bill Scaggs, and Lockwood remains a field for his activities in of the air, and over ,the cattle, and I .f y

Morters. co-operation with God. Even in over all earth, and over every creep- : y

ing thing that creepeth upon the 'f
Genesis God's purpose to provide redemption -
Among the out-of-town visitors from sin is clearly seen." earth. So God created man In his .,I, t

at the dance Tuesday night at the : own Image, in the image of God'
I The book of Genesis is said to be
Clewiston Inn were John Formeyand the "religious Interpretation of his/ created he him; male and female Glades Auto Sales. Inc. :x

r". Doctor Young of Pahokee, Mr. : tory." created he them." : A

', ; 1.'..... and Mrs. Van Cothern. Herbert Today's lesson begins-"In the "Man's chief distinction lay In.

,: Thomas, Pete Wilson, Bertha Vande, beginning God created the heaven his likeness to God: -:.

r. Velde, Thomas Gore Myra McCoy, and the earth." Upon ,that short (1)) a 'living' or immortal 'soul'; : Clewiston, Florida'd

of Moore Haven, Thomas Jones of statement all else Is based. Without (2) an intelligent being; ((3)) with : f

LaBelle, Gladise Lee Nowling and argument it assumes the existenceand a conscience; (4) with a personality :s:

Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Nowling of West supreme power of God. "Gene ; (5))' with a will; (6) with moral .. ,- '. .. ... :
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: Beach sis" is a Greek word meaning righteousness; (7) ;

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SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON Miss Weaver dining room supervisor -' same location or a water front site!I "The proposed tropical Everglades NOTICE:: OP MASTER'S SALE

from played by,- Mary Louise Ogles-: at Miami Beach, that the club-hotel t i;j National park will be among the I NOTICE IS HEREOY GIVEN that
( pnKC 3) by. :will be built later at a cost of $300-I more popular of the national parks ui i undersigned Special Master in
---"With all these qualifications be Adolph (Red) a college freshman,'1000 /00 or more. I[ and will be the attraction which!' Cl'] '''ncery, by virtue of the final decree

was madn ruler of all the earth." who rivals Will Rogers In wit and Club memberships In the club-i] will draw tourists to Florida not!I Cfusr-:.r eclosure pending In entered the Circuit in that Court certain of ..

"Tho theory of evolution traces humor, played by Raymond Marbrey.I hotel are to be offered by invitation only in the winter but in the summer the T-velfth Judicial Circuit of Florida, ,.
the of creation from the lowest in anJ for Hendry County, in Chancery: ,
stages Professor CrocKett, president of'only, to men and women 59 yearsof fall and spring as well," ctng Case No. 515.: v1.rein Glade
organisms up to man, but stops make University. played! by Ed age or older, it being the plan i Ernest F. Coe. chairman of the Land Corporation a corporation orga
short of that which makes man what of I niz'd under the laws of Deleware, is
Clark. the founder to provide a Tropic
I permanent Everglades National Park
plaintiff, and The Southern Sugar
he la; it cannot account for his soul. Marvin Marshall, handsome min-I; home in Miami's subtropical Association told the Miami Junior Company, a corporation Loraine: S.

'Why have the lower animals no isterial student at Blake U., played' climate for the rest of their lives I! Chamber of Commerce in the Alcazar lire and Cyril Baldwin] and J. J. Harrington -
Receivers for The Southern'
poets, no painters. no prophets, no by Merrill Lowe. although it is not necessary that:i Hotel last night. Sugar Company as are defendants, will,

apostles, no literature, no churches, Cousin Susie, a comical old maid 1 1who' members live at the club-hotel the Mr. Coe showed lantern slides in on :Monday. May 2, 1932 between the
no worship? Simply because they be'"jes' I I I hours of eleven o'clock! A. M., and two
believes her nephew to around.
year color including the bird and plant 'o'clock P. II.. at the front door of the
are not created in the image of God wonderful," played by Mary ; I life of the region, a map of all I County Court House In LaBelle HendryCounty
In the special sense in which man is." Bush. LANDIS FAVORS LAW TO Florida, offer for sale and sell
national parks, the developing east-I I at public outcry to tho best and high-
!
In verses 28-31 of the lesson God DEAL WITH MUCK FIRES
Susie's
Johnson cousin
Johnny ern national park section and est bidder for cash, the following described -
blessed the human beings he created heart's desire, played by William real property In Palm Beach
and gave them dominion over all the Hooks. j TALLAHASSEE, March 29.! -Attorney tail map of the Everglades park I I County. Florida to-wit:

earth and all creatures therein and General Cary D. Landis Is of area. North Half of Section 14; all of
A nominal admission will be Section 4' nil nf Section 7ft" nil nfSection
tho use of all plants, seeds and fruit; charged. ; the cpinion the next State legisla-I NOTICE OF IIHARIXG OP. OB.iEC- 22; 'East Half of Section 28;
and God saw that all he had made ----. i, ture should be asked to pass laws TIOXS TO MAINTENANCE BUDGET North Half of Section 24.; South
dealing with the muck fires which OF EVERGLADES DRAINAGE Half of Section 24; all of Section --
was good and that was sixth day. ![ DISTRICT 2, all being- In Township 43:
Then followed the Sabbath-a day of Crowded Church Hears \;;, periodically damage both soil and \ South, Range 37 East; also, all or-
1: property in the Everglades.In Section 1; all of Section 2; East
rest and worship. NOTICE Is hereby given that the
Half of East Quarter of Section 4;
Easter Cantata Service a written opinion to a Broward Board of Commissioners of Everglades I
Belief in the first chapter ofGenesis | that part of West Half of West:
world'and county inquiry, Landis said county Drainage District will meet at ten I Half] of East Half of East Half] ,
to God creating the
as o'clock In
the forenoon
I : on April 19. North of Canal in Section 4; West
all things is necessary to any The Community church here i commissioners were not authorizedto 1932. at Its office No. 403 Harvey Half of West Quarter Section 4Northwrst ;
I' spend public funds to curb the Building: In West Palm Beach, Florida, Quarter and South Half
religion based God or Christ.
on crowded to capacity Sunday night to for the purpose of hearing objections
Section
I fires unless the of 8; all of Section 12; East
expenditures were and complaints to the budget of cost
witness the annual presentation or Half of West Half of East Quarter
ROAD CONVENTION ADDITIONS specificially provided for in the.1 of maintaining and operating all of the of Section 13; West three-quarters
the Easter Cantata the
sung by works of Everglades Drainage District
of Section! 13; All of Section 14;
0.1 county budget under sanction of
J. R. Alston. of Clewiston and L. I church choir. aspec'al heretofore constructed, during the E;st Half of Section 18: all of
Gravely of LaBelle, were appointedas I Due to unexpected calls two mem- legislative act. year beginning on November I, 1932 Section 21; all of Section 22; South
and
his ending on October 31, 1933: which three-quarters of East Half and
"Generally speaking, opinion
delegates to the United States hol's I i of the choir scheduled! to take said budget is on file at the office of South Half of Southeast Quarter
Good Roads convention to meet in I I leading parts were unable to attend. said, "it seems to me that these fires the Secretary of the DistrIct No. 403 of Southwest Quarter, and North-
are a serious menace and that it is Harvey Building West Palm Beach west Quarter of Northeast Quarter
These
Miami April 12-15. names
L I i Mrrf. E. R. Fontaine and M. E. Ycn Florida. Section 25; all of Section 28; all of
omitted from the list publishedlast a matter that should be called to Done by order of the Board of Com-
were wine, Miss Beatrice Kettle substituted Section 29; all of Section 30; all
week. I the attention of the next legislatureso missioners of Everglades Drainage of Section; 32; all of Section 33;
for :Mrs. Fontaine and Miss District. ,
that in this all of Section 34; all of Section 35.
some menace
Marion Leydig :yeilded her aho partto way BEN HERR, all being in Township 44 South.
FIRST VOTER CASTS FIRST VOTE might be overcome." Secretary.The 37 ,
Range East also East Half of ,-,.
J. E. Berdsley in order to substi-
Voting for her first time Miss following Is the budget for Northeast Quarter; Southwest
tute for :Mr. Yenawine .who was NOTICE OP SPECIAL, MASTER'S works affecting lands lying in Hendry Q'.mrter of Northeast
Kathryn Deam, of this city, cast
SALE County: East Hilt of Northwest Quarterof
called to Tampa on account of the
ballot number one in Clewiston's Mnlntcnnnce Area C Northeast Quarter Section. 4:;.
first municipal preferential caucus illness of ,his wife. I I Notice Is hereby given that under Nine Mile Canal __....?...._.___"",,___no work Tow hip 45 South, Range 37 East,
I and by virtue of Final Decree entered Maintenance Funds on hand containing. 14,095 acres, more. oc
held here Tuesday afternoon. in that certain cause pending in the February 29, 1932 less,
ULTRA MODERX CLUBHOTELTO Circuit Court of Hendry County Flor- for :Maintenance Area C __.___none to satisfy said decree and all costs
THE COLLEGE HOBO" TO BE BE BUILT IN MIAMI SOON I ida.. wherein Clewiston Home Building Maintenance tax per acre for ALLEN CLEMENTS
Association is Plaintiff] and Louis A. year 1932 --..__._....._._.___._"._....none Special Master In Chancery.
GIVEN HERE BY HIGH SCHOOLher !
and others I
Morgan are Defendants
March 25
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Miami, :March 30. Announce- I will offer for sale and sell to the highest -
and best bidder for cash at the
raisin' yet," played by Van ment was made< here today by I front door of the Court House at La- -

Rush phine Finney, M. D. retired J05e-1 I Belle Hendry County Florida on :N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:.:N:N)+:N:N N:..:N:N N N:N N:..:N:N..:N:H:N:N:N:M:N:M:H N M:N:N:N:ti N N:N:N N:N:NI.
Monday, the 4th day of April A. D.
Sims attractive of Baltimore of plans to an
Sally girl
very J932, during the legal hours for sale.
with a strong desire to attend col- ultra modern club-hotel large enough II I the following descrbed: property, lying ,:, _

lege, played by Betty Spicer. to care for 500 or more member-I and to-wit being in Hendry County Florida, ,:, y y

Hobo president of the Hobo Club guests. Under the charter contemplated -I, Lot Four: (4) In Block three hundred

and star football players, played by the organization will be non- Avenue sixty nine, according(369) fronting to the General Sagamore Plan _i: Open toModerate the Public I

Bobby Hare. profit making and membership of Clewiston, Florida. recorded In the

Pat, Hobo's sister, an attractive privilege costs will be based on Public Records of ,Hendry County
Florida, Plat Book 2, at Pages 7 to 14 y
college girl of the frivilous type, but actual operating expenses. Inclusive. .. p--po -. ..

with a heart of gold, played by For the present Dr. Finney will Said property will be sold in acord- .s.y
ance with and to satisfy said Decree.B. y
Evelyn Hare. offer members the exclusive use of A. BALES, :!: Green Fees :;:
Fritzie, Bess and Eleanor, attrac- her own hotel, located within two II Roecial Master in Chancery.

tive co-eds, played by Thelma Guth- blocks of the bay front and busi- J M. COUSE, y
;olicitoi for Plaintiff. ::
rie, Mildred Brantley and Lily Wynn. I ness section of Miami. It is on this lurch 4-11-18-25 Apr. 1. :: Exceptional Fairways


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