The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: April 29, 1932
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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". IN HENDRY CITIES I I During of 50.849 the gallons month of of gasoline March a was total PRESENT PLATFORMS AT THIRD RALLY

sold in the county of Hendry, according h a r I

SATURDAY MAY 7 to- a tabulated statement sent Before a crowded house ,of some I H. L. DELANEYDue
out this week from the
departmentof three hundred voters in the Clew-' to the illness of Mrs. Delaney
agriculture in Tallahassee. In ,II iston school auditorium Wednesday Sheriff H. L. Delanpy was called to

: : SWINGS TO LAKE SECTION FROM the same _period a total of 9,194 gal- I night, Hendry county's third political LaBelle and could not be present at

:'". SPEAKING TOUR IN MIDDLE lons of kerosene was sold. These II rally was held. One substitutionand the meeting a she had planned to be.

OF STATE NEXT WEEK figures do not include the county's II I one speaker for state office H. G. Walls, proprietor of ,Baker's
, part or 150.835 gallons sold in thestate' ? r changed the proceedure heretofore Service Station spoke a few minutesin

i At a late hour today anouncement of Florida to the Federal government I set up in the county rallies. j Sheriff Delaney's behalf. Mr. Walls

I was received from Former Governor agencies, free of the state's Due to the illness of Mrs H. L./I|'restated what Mr. Delaney had said

I .John W. Martin that he will be in seven cent gas tax. Delaney; wife of the sheriff, Mr. Delaney at previous meetings that- he was

Clewiston, Saturday, May 7, at four } was not able to attend the sheriff I!
I o'clock in the afternoon to speak to HAM CLUB HOLDS meeting, and H. G. Walls, local gasoline -
the citizens here in the interest of p station proprietor spoke a few I swer to the foreign auto tag dis-

candidacy! for governor in the pri- minutes in Mr. Delaney's behalf. R. cussion, Mr. Walls said that the rest

maries to be held in June. Necessary FIRST OF ANNUALBANQUETS E. Kurtz, prominent Ft. Myers attorney of the county was glad to have these

arrangements arc being made to provide took the opportunity to talk'I out of state auto owners come to

a' platform on Francisco street for about fifteen ..minutes in favorof j i I Hendry county and that they aided

near the Watanabe House from which FRIDAY ex-governor Cary Hardee. Aside]the state funds by purchasing gasoline -

the former governor will speak. I YnqN from these two differences, Clewis, in the county. The sheriff

His brief schedule into this seceion ,ton's meeting was carried off on much, has devoted a great portion of his

calls for a speech at LaBelle at one EVENT DECLARED SUCCESSFULBY the same schedule as has applied to; time personally to the Clewiston dis

o'clock Saturday afternoon, his meeting ALL IN ATTENDANCE ., N.,'vy Q S. T a. 1 i the first two meetings iu LaBelle trict, :Mr. Wallssaid..

Icrs ac four, and a meeting in FRIDAY NIGHT and Fort Denaud. W. A. JONES

Moore Haven at eight o'clock Saturd The next county-wide rally will be For county commissioner of dis-

.; iiiiht. II:') will come to LaBelle Seventy-one members and friendsof held in Felda, at the school building. trict three W. A. Jones announced

from Arcadia where he has an 'encasement the Ham Club gathered at the Sholt/, Daytona: Beach, I on Saturday, May 7, just one month.hi scandidacy, saying that he was in

t;;,; for Friday night. After his Clewiston Inn last Friday for the candidate for the democratic nom- [prior to election. Following the Fel- favor of giving the county printingto

tlnee-pcech tour of this section hewll first annual banquet of the newly ination for goeniorlio addressed !'da meeting there are two other meet- Hendry county firms, and was
; i I established Ham Club, local dram ,ings, on the committee scheduleone
return to the central portion of I I an audience here this morning ; drastically opposed to the issuanceof
the state to carry his candidacy to tho' atic organization, which was declared through a specially built amplifj- I[ on Saturday May 21, at the LaBelle any county bonds until those now

voters of that 'section during the follow -I' to be highly successful by allwlio ing device. He was the first gub- school auditorium and the final meet- outstanding are retired. He said ha

:ns r ci:. attended., I natorial candidate to speak here I ing in Clewiston Wednesday ,June 1, was also in favor of employing .local
"I have some interesting figures I Guests of the club included Mrs. in the present campaign. I just preceeding the first primary. |j! attorneys for the board of county

Cj: :i i": ,iy "ourty's finances which I H. A. Bestor, of the St. Margaret'sGuild At the Clewiston meeting held on]: commission

-'!' present at my meetings in CleW- I ; Mrs. W. C. Hooker, Girls Wednesday night, 32 speeches were!; C. C. COCHR\NE

iston and LaBelle next week," he Scouts; Mrs. R. Y. Patterson. Ladies I BREAKERS DiVIDE made. A few of the candidates: for C. ,Cochrane, also a candidatefor
said Aid Society of the Community churchJ. district offices in other parts of the commissioner from district three
A. McGehee, of the American Legion county were not called. to the plat-
DUAL BILL HERE (LaBelle) was not in Clewiston at
post; Mrs. J. A. McGehee, president ; : form. the

CANDIDATE FOR of the Parent-Teachers Association : ED BUTLER meeting.MARK
; E. E. Kelly, president of_ the LOSE TO PAHOKEE I The first speaker of the night was
Another candidate for commissioner -
Kiwanis Club; F. Deanne Duff, mayor Ed Butler, candidate for constable
,I from district three Mark Poole
CHIEF EXECUTIVE of ClewistonMrs.E.L.; Stewart, of :from the Clewiston district. In his ,
; I LaBtllo. made short talk
the Garden Club; and A. H. King, NOSE OUT LaBELLE BY NARROW, short talk Mr. Butler sad he had of a very
in which he said he would work for
,- of the Clewiston troup of the Boy SCORE ONy LOCAL LOT I|'no promises to make, but if reelected -
: 'MAKES ADDRESS Scou ts.With. SUNDAY AFTERNOON to the office he would continue the betterment of the county as a
whole well his particular
as as own
everyone in a hilarious mood to put forth his best efforts for all
'I district if elected.
the first annual banquet of the Ham The Clewiston Cane Breakers won concerned
Dave Scholtz candidate for Dem- RAY C. HULL
clu bdisplayed talent, unkonwn even and lost in a double header played I Paul Deam. who seeks re-election
ocratic nomination for governor, paid in the circles of the dramatic organization LaBelle and i as Justice of the Peace for this Ray C. Hull, present commissioner
two visits to Hendry county this I here Sunday against 'I I from district three who seeks re-
as each member was called The Breakers.von the -:district was not present at the
iPahokee. opening
week in the interest of his candi- :
upon to render some form of entertainment -" against LaBelle by .a l i meeting. I election to the office, expressed the
dacy, speaking from a specially con- game of', opinion that the matter of hiring
for the rest of the assem- of run' The final I Two candidates for constable
close margin one '
Belle Thursday afternoon and instructed bly. Songs, dances. jokes and musical -I reading 5-4 but lost the night I other districts, Floyd Luckey and! out-of-county attorneys for the board

sound broadcasting in La- selections featured the individual score .' wide awake club. Walter Gilbert, were not called to i' has been, satisfactorily settled. He
"cap to the smart, .
Clewiston this morning. enteriain'men (cited his record as commissioner for
t. {the platform.
,hailing from Pahokee by a score of I'I
Flaying professional politicans in During the past year the Ham! I, CHARLIE MINER j I the past 16 months and promisedthat

4)fl, general and with no direct thrust at Club presented plays'and entertain- 6-0.The opening tilt with manager!I Charlie Miner, candidate for member if,elected he would "do the very

:-- any previous administration nor ments for the American Legion, Ladies Cothern's aggregation proved to be of' the board of public instruction best" for Hendry county.

I group. Mr. Scholtz spoke approxi- Aid Society the Parent-Teach- a thriller from beginning to ,end. La- i for this district, who is unopposed -I DISTRICT TWO
mately a half an hour at each of the I Neither R. C. Scaggs Alto
ers Association.. and other civic, or- i for the office, stated that nor
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Belle improvedclub
presented a
Hendry county cities calling on the I Hiers,, candidate for county commissioner -
ganizations. After the actual expenses -I and the Clewiston representatives if elected he would work faithfullyfor
voters to support a "business admin- of the plays were paid the were strained to the limit to the school system, not only of, from district two were
istration" which he has adopted as I' but for: prsent.' at the meeting. Their names
proceeds were turned over to the margin to win. I the district he represents,
eke the run
his campaign slogan. "My ambition I called has been the custom
were as
organizations, with no profit to the Manager Hooks elected to send his the entire county. As a platform.,
is drastic changes in banking Ham club. The club is to presentits bander Rush into the fir :Mr. Miner said, "I stand for maximum -'tin previous meetings to allow any
big right I
laws to protect depositors; to en- candidate in ,district to- address
last performance of the season ing line with Williamson receiving I education at minimum cost|i any
courage a great movement of agri- Friday night at the school auditorium the slants to oppose the battery of I I to the tax payers." I the- voters.

cultural development; to develop an the proceeds of which will be Rogers and Gay for LaBelle. Rush I DISTRICTS ONE AND TWO I I DISTRICT FOUR

industrial building program; and to used as a nucleus to provide stage creditable and I I Candidates, for school board members -'t For county commissioner of dis-
pitched a very game
\ create a travel and tourist state fixtures to begin the season in the showed plenty of stuff in pinches. I I of districts one and two made trict four, three candidates have en-
agency to stimulate travel in Flor- tered the race, Zeke Hull, Asa Town-
foil when the club plans to carry outa handled tossing for La- no speech at the Wednesday meeting -:
ida," he said. "Florida was the first similiar progra mof entertainmentfor Rogers excellent for four I' C. C. Cochrane and M. L.Williams' send and F. L. Dunaway. Mr. Dun-
state to feel the slump, and with Bell in an way I election from'away, the present commissioner, was
other civic oiganizations. innings but then the ,Clewiston artil-J i are seeking
proper leadership it should be the ), the only candidate present and in a
the first district and Drew Hampton -(
I the in the fifth after
first to come back," Mr. Scholtz said. cry found range from district two. .few words told the assembled voters
In speaking of the Everglades bighat Deputy Tax Collector \ successive doubles by Williamson j I D.L.. MCLAUGHLIN .: that he would continue his policy of
iMcLain and McLendon. which netted!
problem, muck: fires. Mr. Scholtz I'I entire well
', The first candidate for county- serving the county as
N. said "I: that something be Named for Clewiston three runs in fast order. The La- ;
say can Belle twirler retired and Barnes wide office to be called to speak his own dIstrict.I .
((' nltnucd on I'nsc4) I was I il I DISTRICT ONEFor
was former sheriff D. L. McLaughlin
I sent to the mound.McLendon's I I
I "' hiss! Laura Matteson of this city, hitting featured the'' who in .a short talk said that; county commissioner of district -

Election Tuesday ont has been appointed special deputy stick handling of the game. Nail's he would attend strictly to the bus-i' one, (Clewiston) R. B. Wald-

t' tax collector by J. L. Taylor, to as- glove work and a long dead throw iness of the sheriff's office _if returned ron and Dave G. Alston made short

,... Divide Ta District sist in the collection of poll taxes by young William Hooks from cen- to office, and would not attempt talks in behalf of their candidacies.

until May 21st, the last day for poll ter to home added to the thrills of; to hold" any other job while', Mr. Waldron said he would cooperate -

Property owners of the Clewiston- tax: payments. the playing. Hooks' dead throw pre-I!- with commissioners elected
from other districts of the countyto
LaBelle special tax school district Mis" Matteson will be located in vented the game from ending with I
I will go to the polls Tuesday to decid2 "- the office located by the Clewiston scores knotted. Tin'! every possible way. make all county funds yield' the'

whether or not the district will! News in the Hopkins building and (I;i Paliol-oe then took the field and j! PORTER RICHARDS best returns possible to the. whole

be divided to allow a separate dis-! will bo in her office in the after- I I Taking as one of the main planks i of Hendry county
I (Continued! l on four) '
Alston member of the
i his platform, that he would Mr. present
trict for both LaBelle and Clewiston; noons of Tuesday, Friday and Saturdays Jin
I anc; if so divided to name three trust until May 21st when the poll I[strictly enforce all laws, and with school board from Clewiston. com-

cs' for the new district. The namesof tax books will! close for the primary To Postpone Thursday special emphasis on the statute prohibiting pared the board of county commis-
\1 trustees nominated and appearing -I elections. ; II driving while under the influence -i.isioners to the board of directors ofa

on the ballot for the Clewiston I During the past week poll taxes I Closings Until June t ,of intoxicating liquor, Porter large corporation. He said the dI-
rectors of corporation work .diligently -
Richards, candidate for'sheriff.
district are J. W. Ezelle; W. C. Owen have been: fast pouring into the col-
and Roy Green. No other names have lector's office in LaBelle, Mr. Taylor [made a short call upon the voters[!' for the betterment of their
Because of movement of vegeta-'for support. He said he would not(corporation I to make the best use of
};een mentioned.The said on his visit here Wednesday !
polls will be in the Hopkins Tho exact number of payments could bles from the Everglades section i! pick any one class of citizens to,. the stockholders money. If elected,
-,. .. --- now gong! on here. Clewiston merchants -: Those he he said, he would weigh all business
arrest harangue.
i:aimingm the office room of the not be obtained but in order to allow nor
Clewiston News. I the citizens of Clewiston to become have agreed not to inauguratethe docs arrest, he said, he would aid Smatters j fairly and impartially for the
practice of closing Thursday afternoons interest of :the county.
in I them in getting bond for release best
In this election only property holders qualified for participation the primaries '
the first of May as has KURTZ FOR HARDEEIn
on I
from jail in order to prevent mount
who have registered and paid) in June the collector appointed -
been the custom here. The mer- behalf'of the candidacy of Cary
cost bills for the county to .
-'- their poll taxes will be eligible to Miss Matteson as special deputyfor ing pay.
vote. 11 Clewiston. chants say that when the vegetable Intoxicated persons, he sr.'d. would[I IA Harfiee, for governor. Ralph E.

--. --- I -_._--, ---- trade is complete they will be willingto not have his approval of bond until -i Kurtz, of Fort Myers, was granted
DANCE TUESDAY I Il BRIDGE TOURNAMENT: continue the practice of closing they were thoroughly sober.W. I about 15 minutes. In a forceful
Thursday afternoons during the sum- C. HOOKER manner Kurtz gave a brief resumeof
t, A dance sponsored by the Kiwanis I North and South players again mer months. W. C. Hooker told newer residentsof I the political life of Mr. Hardee,

Ii club will be given at the Clewiston I were favored in the bridge hands Heretofore it has,,-been the prac- his past experiences in the Ever- as state's attorney. as representativeand
, linn, Tuesday, May 3rd, with Bill' played Monday night in the second I tice to close each, hursday' after- glades as a citizen and as a member speaker of the House, and as
Do ?herty!' wen known Palm Beach I round of the duplicate contract tournament noon from May fijSJp to September of the board of county commissioner governor in 1921-24. Mr. Iurtz

orchestra furnishing the music. The Each North and South cou-:I first in order that all clerks may of this district. and promised said that when Mr. Hardee left the

funds derived from this dance will'pIe finished the 21 boards with : enjoy a half holiday once a weeek- that if elected to the office of sheriffhe governor's chair there was no fundto
.r- \\-"'\ by the club in furthering plus scores while only one East and But with vegetables now being sent would cooperate with other Bounty fund indebtedness- in any of the

: charitable causes in the city such as West couple, Blate and McElroy, to the markets the annual "summer officIals. and citizens for in economical (,ate dppa trisnts. but that upon
p'"vid''J' i food to underprivileged w-ie able to enter the plus side of slump" of business is being post. administrations of county the retirement of Mr Hardee's: suc-
oli'1': lv: n in alto Bounty I! :]1t1 till; SPV" tabl's were in play- poned. funds. I (Continued on page four)

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THE CLKTVISTON NEWS knee- other group of "FIXERS" up to or more willing to make that prcciative! and grateful to you for

"D'ye konw what's wrong with 'Tallahassee and hand 'em our nice than I am. We have improvement :your vote and support at the coming
give you good schools, and J primary election. '
Published every Friday in Clewiston, things?" said he. I j little ball of yarn and try to untangle i be satisfied with anything short of the Respectfully,

Florida' by the CLEWISTON NEWS, "I've been in fights," and the old ,|Then you and I will go on about very be.st that the funds Intrusted to IL A. RIDER.
us will give. (Puld political
Inc. boy glared, i our business and leave it to the lobby We advertisement)
must economize, but not to the
"And I always got whipped whenI lizzards to give the boys a helpin' point affecting the efficiency of our FOR COUNTY JUDGE

Entered as second class matter. got scared. hand if they happen to need It. schools. Schools must go on even I' p
I though times 'ro the Voters of
are not so good. Youth Hendry County:
February !, 1927, at the' Post Officeat Folks have forgot how to stand They will "Whereas" and "There-' passes the school age but once, and I hereby announce myself as a candidate -

Clewiston, Florida, under the Act and grin I fore" and "Says Which" back and'1'!schools must be provided regularly or I for County Judge subject to the
the children of the country lose that of the Democratic Primary,
of March 3", 1897. When' hard luck socks 'em. on the l[ forth until the Speaker says. "All i which they can never recover. Since June 7th.

chin. I IThere's f those in favor Aye." And them the state pays more than half of the Your vote and support will be ap- _

A devoted to the best. too much groanin' not say I cost of an eight month's school Hen- preciated.
.we've. got another law. dry county cannot afford to fall to W. T. MADDOX
Interests of Hendry County, FlorIda enough laughs, j i!i But wait minute provide the balance of the amount necessary (Paid political advertisement)
a maybe we
to provide at
least an eight
It* leading newspaper. Too crepe-hangers, too:
many |i ain't. Even after it ,is passed and month school, or we lose a portion of FOR TAX COLLECTOR
graphs. the state .
many appropriation.I
signed and sealed and published, weain't
Subscription rate: per year .....-$2.00 It sure don't help a sick man's i. do not claim any great amount of To nil Voter In Heiidry County:
,i REALLY got anything. We brilliancy, but am a thinking man with I respectfully announce as candidate
Outside of State of Florida ......$2.50 heart :|''just' think we have good judgment, and have the interest for TAX COLLECTOR subject to the
To think of nothing but his fever, !I.of the children of our county at heart Democratic Primary of June 7th. 1932.
Wait until to ENFORCE and whole If elected I promise that the records
Advertising rates furnished on application chart- I I i we try am giving my time and attention -
}'lit.i We find that it is just so much to my official duties. Vote for and receipts of this office will be
There's too people with ani I handled in a careful, efficient and
many I me It you feel that I am making good; -
alibi, I'I I HOOEY. Some trick LAWYER will think that I am entitled to a second like manner and to the Interest of

term, as experience ought to make lendry County.I .
it to the LAW and prove it's all: my
Business office, ,Clewiston News, I'd druther listen to a darn good I|stake. :1 me better qualified to serve you. I will appreciate your vote and suport -
Editorial and lie. full of holes like a SWISS CHEESE. am not a part of. any ring, but a democrat -
Florida. I
Clewlston, The Attorney General will rear upon I and no true democrat will haveto E. E. KELLY.
Advertising, same. As soon as folks quit hangin' crepe!'' sacrifice any democratic principle (Paid Political advertisement)
his hind legs and "So and i
You'll see business in, darn good say ito! support and"vote for me and I shall
; .So" and Old Judge Whosit will DE-: appreciate your support and vote on FOR TAX COLLECTOR
Telephone 339 shape. ---:
I've got no use for golf as a game CIDE something else again. Then! June 7th. E. L. STALLINGS. To the Voters of Hendry County

POLITICAL INFORMATION But I speak the language, just the Supreme Court will find where (Pnld Political Advertisement) I hereby announce myself a candidate -
somebody left out a comma andthere's for re-election to the office of
the same; Tax Collector, subject to the Democratic -
There's too few drives, an' too a "WHEREAS" too many,: FOR SHERIFF. Primary in June. If nominatedand
Those politically Inclined In Hen- and all you guys that took it ser-| elected, I will strive to serve the
busy trying to many putts. ,To the Voters of Hendry County: public to the very best of my ability as
are now
dry county Plenty cold feet, an' not enough ious and PAID your TAXES were j I hereby announce myself as a candidate In the past and will keep in mind at
estimate the number of votes that either too TRUSTIN' or just plain | to succeed myself as Sheriff of; all times the interest of the taxpayersand

will be cast in the county at the primary guts.You IGNORANT and everyone knows that Hendry County, subject to the Democratic general citizenship of Hendry
ain't my son, but if you was Primary June 7th. County putting forth every effort to
elections. They are also tryingto mine ,!i IGNORANCE of the LAW excuses i I If returned to this office I will continue conduct: the office in the most efficient -

figure who will receive the votes. NO ONE. II to serve the county to the best and courteous manner.
not to
not trying to give I'd darn soon teach you ,, of my ability. I will continue to con- Thanking you for past favors and for
We are ; any pre- whine." I I Just why we can't FIND OUT in duct the sheriff's office on a sound, your continued support, I am, yoursto
election dope just yet as to who will : serve,
* the beginning whether a LAW is economical basis. I am making thrace <
win but have a little information as 'I solely on my record and past J. L. TAYLOR
He wasn't cultured and his words: any good or not is something I could achievements as your sheriff. (Paid Political advertisement)
to the probable number of votes that I Your vote and support will be y
were rough, : never understand but I suppose all appredated. -
will be cast.Tuesday FOR TAX COLLECTORTo
But the old boy seemed to know.I our LAWYERS and JUDGES and 1 I H. L. DELANEY. ;:
the registration
his stuff. I their hired help have to eat just like (Paid Political Advertisement) the Voters of Hendry County:
showed the following figures for the I I hereby announce myself a --andi-
-"Rotary Service," worchester! the rest of us, and bein' honest and date for th'e office of tax collector, subject -
various pecincts in the county:
Mass., via Rotary Sunbeam conscientious, they've doped out this FOR SHERIFF to the decision of the voters of the

Clewiston ................................ 570 St Petersburg. plan to insure that they'll earn their v Democratic Party in the June Primary.I .
I ,lake this opportunity to announcemy favor a law abolishing the fee

East LaBelle ............___...._........' 100 I I MONEY, or maybe it's OUR money, candidacy for the office of Sherif system for county officers and plac-
of Hendry County, subject to the ing them on a salary basis accordingto
West LaBelle ................................250 Florida receives $232,000,000 annually anyhow, you wrestle with the problem Democratic Primary, June 7, 1932. their duties and responsibilities.I .
for articles manufactured j .for a while, it's got me goofey. If elected to this office I will favor a law abolishing the
Fe,1d'a ......._......._........................109 ; prove of pay-
within the state $130,000.000 from I I! my appreciation of your support by ment poll tax as a requisite to vote
; tired hire
Fort Denaud .........................._... 101 its And when you get go the faithful performance of the dutiesof If elected I promise a clean safe,
agriculture; $30,000,000 from !la I HALL and tell the World "THERE said office. conomical administration of' the af-

A total of 1130 registered voters. fishing industry, and $200,000 annu- .OUGHT TO BE A LAW.". .-Your support will be highly 'appre- fairs of the office.I .
Naturally all of those now registered ciated. have been a resident and tax payerof
ally from tourist trade in the W. C. (BILL) HOOKER. this County for the past seventeen
will not be in the county at elec- _. _
My record is for in-
-- -"-- (Paid 'Political advertisement) years. open your
tion time; the population of. Hendry spection.I .

county at this season of the year i -11.4'; ,.7t'i: ": ".::, FOR CONSTABLE hope to meet every voter before
the primary, but may not be ablo to
flunctuates too much for that. All Late do so. do not feel slighted if I fail
boo To the Voters of District One:
to see you. Many people prefer not
those registering will not pay their I
hereby announce my candidacy for
to be bored by candidates taking up
poll taxs to be eligible. This num- re-election as Constable for the First their time.I .

ber however will 'small since Why NotBUILD District of Hendry County.If would pppreciate the opportunity
be To ClassifyBy I re-elected to this office I will to serve at least one term as an of-
everyone is so interested in this season's continue to serve you in the same efficient ficial of the county I had some partin
i i manner I have given in the _
RUSSELL KAY past, and shall always work for the Vote for J. R. Doty for tax collector
Recently a census of several cities Secretary, Florida Press Association ? best interests of Hendry county.I get your neighbor to vote for him then

and counties was studied with an accurate will appreciate your vote and sup- we will all three be happy.J.: .

checking system to determinethe port. E. B. BUTLER. Paid advertisement. R. DOTY.
( political )
reason why all eligible citizens (Paid Political Advertisement)
Every now and then you hear some ..
did not vote. The following tabula- I .. FOR TAX COLLECTOR
guy yappin' and frothin' about the FOR CLERK CIRCUIT COURTTo

tion was found to be the result: mouth about this and that and he'll : To the Voters of Hendry County:
the Voters of Hendry County: I hereby announce myself a candi-
percentage usually wind vup with; "I tell you CHOICE LOTS WILL NEVERBE I hereby announce myself a candidatefor date for the office of Tax Collector of

Physical disability....."..........._.. 25.4 there ought to be a law." re-election to the office of Clerk Hendry County, subject to the votersof
I CHEAPER. Circuit Court, subject to the Demo- the Democratic party in the June
Legal Obstacles .......... 12.6
um..um. To hear some folks rave and carry cratic Primary in ,June. primary, and if nominated snd electedI .
Disbelief in voting......_......._. ...17.7 I If nominated and elected I promise promise to run the office in a clean. ,
on, you'd think this was a LAWLESS
LACK OF INTEREST............. 44.2 I. BUILDING MATERIAL SELLS honest and faithful service, as I have accurate, business like manner and '
country. endeavored to render in the past. serve the people to the best of my
Three tenths of one percent of FOR LESS. Thinking'! you for past favors and ability. -

eligible women usually fail to par- There may be PLENTY the matter for your continued support, I am, I have lived in this part of the state:

with us, but nobody can stand up Yours to serve.WILI..IAM for over 20 years ond am well known
ticipate in elections because it requires LABOR COSTS ARE LOW T. HULL. by all the older residents of the county
their hind and
on legs make believe
the listing of their age. One me I (Paid Political advertisement) who can vouch for my integrity and
we're LAWLESS.I'm .
business ability.
percent of the women'voters fail LET'S DISCUSS IT
FOR JUSTICE OF TilE PEACE In conclusion, I wish to say that I
to vote because their husbands object tellin' :you that when it comes I I was one of the prime ,movers In cre-

to them taking an interest in to LAWS this Country ain't takin' At the request of many friends I am ating Hendry county, but have never
announcing for Justice of the Peace for held one of her offices but- now, I am
politics; and 7.8 per cent refuse to off her bonnet to nobody. We got Now Is tHe Time the First District of Hendry Count)'. seeking one, so I thank you for your

take part in voting because they more laws than any other nation on In all matters brought before the vote and support.
Justice's court I have dealt fairly and Very truly yours.
themselves, do not believe in wom- earth, includin' the Scandanavianand impartially with all concerned, and a t D. G, McCORMICK.

en's sufferage.Two what's more we hold the original all times have worked for a betterment (Paid political advertisement)
i of Hendry county. If re-elected
patents the most efficient
of the citizens
percent to the office I shall continue to con- FOR TAX ASSESSOR
take part in politics because they law-making machinery on record. JimBeardsley duct the office on the same policy. -

are disgusted with the workings of LAW, say the United States of I Your vote and support will be ap- T hereby announce mv candidacy for
I predated.[ election asTAX ASSESSOR for Hendry
the political party to which they America has FORGOTTEN more I! PAUL DEA r.J County, subject to the action of the

would belong. about LAW than some Countries J (Paid Political Advertisement) Democratic Primary. June 7, 1932.If .

have ever learned. We've turned elected I will conduct the office
I I FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERDistrict in a fair and impartial manner and for
TODAY 'em out so thick and fast we're just OneI the best interests of the county.

naturally dizzy: with them. We're I I hereby announce my candidacy' for SOLON B. CREWS.

With the setting sun your hopesof so snarlled up, hog-tied, and gum-] ....-....""... the office of County. Commissioner (Paid Political advertisement)

yesterday died out. All right. med up that even the LAWYERS! C I from District One Hendry county, subject -
I to the. Democratic Primary June
That was yesterday. can't figure out how to untie us. |, I 7, 1932.I .

Nohody knows how many LAWS am running on a platform: of stric To the People of Hondry County:
Things didn't materialize the way Political economy In expenses of the count I respectfully announce as candidatefor
there are, or what they're all about [ I with fair and impartial
you dreamed they would. All right government, a Tax Assessor of Hendry County.
again. Now-the present hour-is or WHY. You hear a lot of talk I dealing, not only to this district but subject to the Democratic' Primary to
about LAW-ABIDING CITIZENS to the entire county. :My record asa beheld' in June.I .
today. Yesterday bears no relation member of the school board is open belong to no clique or faction whatsoever -.

that a nightmare bears to the morn- but :you point one out to me and 1 I REPRESENTATIVE to inspection by all voters and I poin but am making the race, for
SWEAR to it and I'll have you arrested with pride to the reduction in school T.x Assessor strictly on my own
ing after. I hereby announce my candidacy for expenses made during my term of office merits.
for PURGERY. re-election as Representative from on this board. If nominated and elected I promise
Forget all about
is I
yesterday-it When the ALL WISE CREATORgot Hendry County in the state Legislature, Your vote and support will be greatly an honest and faithful performance of
dead and buried in the cemetery of subject to the Democratic Primary,appreciated. the duties of the office; and fair and
time. around to the matter of layin'j June 7, 1932. DAVE G. ALSTON. impartial treatment toward all. It

down the LAW. he was to i If re-elected I will continue to work (Paid Political advertisement) shall be my purpose und endeavor at

Today Is alive. Are you? Well, limit 'em to TEN, and I imagine he i I I for the best Interest of the entire coun- ail times to help you in every way I
then. get busy! Fling from | ty as I have done In the past. FOR .
your figured that if can.I
out folks One.
managed 11 Your vote and support will be ap- will appreciate your vote ana support -
shoulders the depressing weight of to observe HALF of them they'd be preciated.
I hereby announce my candidacy for Yours to serve.
those hopes that haven't come true. doin', well, but mankind went in for' ELBERT L. STEWART.Paid County Commissioner of District One, W. L. :MURRAY.

Stand erect. Man, the world is your! it In a BIG WAY; we've made 'em ( Political advertisement) subject to the Democratic. Primary, (Paid Political advertisement)

You have just as much claim on its by the thousands and still ain't June 7th
we for
FOR REPRESENTATIVE I have lived in this community roil TAX ASSESSOR
good things-on the things you've satisfied. ] the past 13 years and believe I know To the People of Ilendry County:

longed for and prayed for and work- the needs of the district and the wishesof I respectfully announce my candidacy -
The records show that in
spite I, To the People of Hcnclry County: the people. If elected to this officeI for RE-ELECTION as TAX AS-
ed for-as the other fellow has. the so-called DEPRESSION, we pass-!J At the request of a large number of will always work for the district SESSOR for Hendry County, without

This hour has been handed to you ed over 67,000 laws in this ':citizens from every section of Hendry and for the entire county. pledges to anyone and without promises -
county, I hereby announce myself a
R. B. WALDRON whole,
I except to the people as a
as a gift from the overflowing storehouse in one year, and during the candidate for Representative from protecting the owner of the propertyas

of Eternity. iod the poor DUMB countr-I' Hendry County in the next Legislature, FOR SCHOOL HOARD MEMBER: well as the interests of the county.I .
subject to the action .of the June believe I
want all the voters
What are you doing with It. Ans- only able to think up 250 Democratic Primary Realizing that I Being keenly interested in the welfare have made a good assessor fair and

wer that. Britian. Tell nie, we ain't HOT. the best results can only he obtainedby of the county and especially In the square to all and who are willing to
the and State Sena-
school system. I am announcing my do th *
Moping? Growling? Despairing? And some folks still think we're tor cooperating, I shall cooperate to candidacy for election as a member of trust and that I will thing continue-to support me.
j right proper
For shame. LAWLESS.And the fullest extent with our State Sena- the Hendry County Board of Public In- If, however you do not see it that way,
tor for the best interest of the entire
I not politician. but
struction. am a I
friend and am yours.
God has favored with another the that askin' you are still my
you guys are you county. I invite a careful comparison Just a citizen who is seeking to assist Thanking you, I am your friend ana
chance to make good. He has given to send 'em to Congress and the of my record In the 1929 Legislaturewith I fin upbuilding of this county.I present tax assessor ,

that of my successor. will appreciate your support in the IIURD J... REEVE
you Today. Prove your appreciationby Legislature or the City Council are Your vote and influence will be appreciated Primary June i
making it a stepping-stone to a all PROMISIN more laws, w hUe ... 7th.CHARLIE MINER. (Piild polltlonl ,_ r1..

happier, worthier tomorrow. The you stand out in the crowd and shout :: LOUIS O. GRAVELY. (Paid Political advertisement)
(Paldf Political advertisement)

IN-VPRTCTION To the Voters of Hendry County: I
recently suggested that some guy be This is to announce my .candidacy. Appreciating the privilege I have had

ORIGINAL and run for office on the for re-
An aged man at the union station PROMISE to REPEAL at least 100 of Public Instruction. Having time by appointment and believing the I I Se den L. Stewart
in the' of recognizethe
served that capacity for people Ilendry County
Discussed the business sitch-ee-a- of our worn out antiquated LAWS past three and one half years I wishto I' principle that when a public officer'I i For

tlon. before voting for ONE new one. If offer my past record only as what 1 has served for only a part term, and I
you may expect of me. I know that I his record acceptable, he Is entitled
I said that things were mighty you ask me, it's a GOOD IDEA and the position I occupy is a bier one and !Ito I i continuance in such office for a County JudgeI

bad, I'm for It, but I can't make myself that it tftkes a big man to fill it as Jtj I fun' term. I hereby announce my candidacy -
And should be filled, and I have tried to for County Judge of Hendry County stand for n square denl In support
some' how or other it made believe we'll ever see that kind of grow to it. subject to the Democratic Primaryin ,of inns nnd order.

him mad. a Santa Claus. I know, too that my past record can June rind respectfully solicit an inspection Your vote conrteoitfly solicited nnd
be improved upon, and I feel that there of my record for the short I nlil IK; ppprcclntcd.Pad .
That aged man, he tapped my And bye and: bye we'll send an- Is no one In the county better prepared period of my inc'.tmtenQ-Y. I. shall be ( | \ advertisement)





Personal .Mention I I i la coffee sweet were and meat served sandwich buffet, style.cake and [Hints for HomemakersBy TH-: a-WHI-; ;


\:1i.t... L. C. Sturgess' was a week-end,
'R visitor in Palm Beach. and Mrs. F. I. Leydig were

I hosts at a farewell party Sunday

I several : evening at their home in honor of in Chief Mary Louise Oglesby i prize for the following exhibits in

C. IrL. Downs is spending i I Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Allhands who Assistant Editor .......Halson Avant fair: Peppers 50c, Beets $1.00.

days in Miami on business. i left Monday for their home in Pe- I Assistant Editor .......Mae Lily Stone Francis Wright won first prize

oria, 1111. During the evening songs Sports Editor ........Richard Bestor I for best mixed basket, 50c.

James Dew, of Palm Beach was a were sung and games enjoyed by the Sports Editor ................Evelyn Hare Mrs. Pruitt's room received a prize

f; business visitor here Monday. I i group. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. v Xf a Humor Editor ..............Usler Mathis for the best window box in school.

, !I J. K. Mowry, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Social Editor ...............Betty Spicer $1.00.

Mr. and Mrs. George Terrell left Hooker, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Mac- I :Miss William's room received hon-

Tuesday for White ,Springs.H. I I![Gehee. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mr. AWARD SCHOLASTIC LETTERS orable mention.

and Mrs. Elbert L. Stewart, Mr. and

C. Jones is spending several ,Mrs. J. F. Tippey, Mr. and Mrs. A. School letters should be ,awarded PERSONALS

days visiting in Jacksonville. I IA.I I Munroe. Mr. and Mrs. C.. L. Downs boys and girls for excellencey in their

-=--- !!I'Mr.! and Mrs. J. E. Beardsley Mrs. to old studies as well as for excellency in William Hooks motored to Paho-
way' brighten up um
Miss Mae Drew and Joe Johnson Fred Moltz Miss Marion Ley- ONE kee to
'Spicer, which have become athletics; because we will naturally the theatre Sunday.
attended the theatre in Pahokee Sun- dig. Miss Frances Tippey and H P. I
shabby is to sponge them with a work harder if we have a visable goal r--

day. Peterson. cold solution of strong tea. that we may show to our friends. Mae Lily Stone and Mary Bush

1 I r-- Letters awarded on a scholastic basis motored to West Palm Beach Saturday -

Mrs. C. Downs and Miss Bonceil BEARDSLEY'S ENTERTAIN The easiest and safest way to would serve as an incentive to study r

Stone were visitors in Pahokee Sun-i:i FOR ALLHANDS FAREWELL clean a clock is to place a piece of more. There!, is not a boy nor girl

day. 1 cloth which has been soaked in Mildred motored to the
I I who does not like to receive a prizeas Brantley
in the bottom and let the
.--- '!! Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Beardsley entertained paraffin work. recognition for any service, either .theatre in Pahokee Sunday night.
fumes do the
Miss Marcia Avant and Joe Cato a few friends at their home scholastic or athletic. The fact that r-

attended the theatre in Pahokee Sun Saturday night ,in honor of :Mr. and Cheaper cuts of meat can be he receives a high grade does not I Mary Louise Oglesby spent Monday -

day. Mrs. J. G. Allhands who left this made almost as tasty as the more seem sufficient encouragement for, afternoon in Moore Haven.

Miss Louise Waldron and A. W. week for their home in Perioa, Ill., expensive cuts by including sugar him to put forth his best effort.

Pahokee afte ra stay of several days here. along with salt and pepper in the School letters given for highest Richard Bestor was absent several
Sias attended the theatre in
,Two tables of bridge were in play seasoning. The quantity used- grades would not only be encourag, days last week.

Sunday.Mrs.. i I[with Mr. Allhands winning high about a teaspoonful-is not enoughto ing to the better pupils but the stan-

. I I'score. Those in attendance were: sweeten but blends the other dard of the average would be rais- Lily Murel Wynn was absent last
R. M. Hare and Mrs. Van seasonings and 1 elps to break
i Hooker Miss Beatrice ed. It is human 'nature for a Monday.
Cothcin motored to Palm Beach Saturday Mr. and Mrs. W. C. down the' tough fibres. per-

,,_- I Kettl. Miss Marion Ley dig, son to want to be better than his
!(i Mrs. Leah Spicer and Mr. and Mrs. fellowmen, and if he gets somethingas Catherine Wiandt was absent one
i Isaac to and "Abimelechsaid
r +J. G. Allhands. prosper, a reward he is going to studyas day last week.
,, H. C. Williamson. of New Orleans, I unto Isaac. Go from us; for thou
much as he possibly can. Then,,
is here for several days on "
visiting art much mightier than we. Isaac
too there are those pupils who may Evelyn Hare, Mae Lily Stone, Mary

business. i did not quarrel nor go to war, but I not be athletically inclined but who Bush, Betty Spicer Bobby Hare. Van

l urnbap 'doorIccn "departed thence, and pitched his .
) can do excellent work in the class Bush Murrel Lowe attended the Ham ,
Mrs. W. C. Hooker and Miss Mae I tent in the valley of Gerar." Club '
room. Shouldn't some credit be giv- Friday night.
Lily Stone were visitors in Palm i Where "Isaac digged again the
en them? Why not let them have
Beach Saturday. i I. wells of water which they had, Hare after
some way of showing the public they Evelyn: spent Tuesday
digged in the days of Abraham his
noon in Moore Haven.
I are ambitious? A bright pupil in
Keathley Bowden, of Moore Haven I father; and he called their names
: Isaac and his Wells. studies may work hard'on a school
was a business visitor in Clewiston; Subject: after the names by which his father I PROPER FOOD AS AID TO PERFECT
Golden Text: "A soft answer turn- team but there might be another whois
morning.Mr. :
Tuesday had called them. And Isaac's servants TEETH
eth away wrath: but grievious words better on the athletic team who .
digged into the valley, and.I
makes the team and is regarded by
and Mrs. Selden Stewart, of stir up anger. Prov. 15:1. found there a well of springing I "More and more we are coming to

LaBelle, were visitors in Clewiston 1 Time: B. C. 1804; place, South water." Isaac honored his father. a school letter. Too often this causes realize what the right kinds of food
lesser athlete to lose a certain
Wednesday afternoon and evening.Judea. by restoring the wells Abraham dug the can do to make perfect teeth," said
Practical Truth "Peace costs amount of interest in his school
| : and giving them their old names. Inez S. Willson, hame economist.
something but its cost is less than I work. This is unfair because the
Miss Edith Howard, assistant tax ; And the herdmen of Gerar did Dentists know that proper food hasa

assessor, of LaBelle, was a visitorin the cost of contention." strive with Isaac's herdmen. saying I bright pupil maintains as high a level great deal to do with halting teeth
school the athlete does.
Clewiston Wednesday afternoon. i INTRODUCTION: "The marvelous "The water is ours." Most people' for the as decay. Recently, at a meeting of the

event of Isaac's youth took would have fought for such a well I' If school letters are awarded for Chicago Dental Society, the part that
studies this bright pupil (or hard
Miss Jewel Lowe.. Mr. and Mrs. place when he was about twentyfiveyears in such a land, I but Isaac yieldedhis phosphorus plays was the subject of
worker would be getting a letter
r. M. G. Lanford and Arthur Lawrence old, Abraham's willingness to rights and moved away. I ) considerable discussion. Scientific ex-
. those who out for
attended the theatre in Pahokee on sacrifice his beloved son on the alter| Then Isaac's followers digged I the same as go perimental work reported from/Johns

Monday.Mr. I jat God's command. Isaac acquiesced another well and the Philistines' sports. Hopkins University disclosed the fact

11n I this obedience and faith and shared strove for that also, and Isaac "re- that even though a good supply of

and Mrs. L. L. Hooker and W.! the great joy of his father when moved from thence, and digged an- SPRINGBy I calcium is present in the diet, phos-

W. Hooker, of Lakeport. were the the ram was substituted as the sacri- other well; and for that they strove phorus must be present in order to
Louise Oglesby
t guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hooker fice. He grew up to be anaffectionate 'not: and he called the name of it Mary have perfectly calcified teeth.

';r:. Wednesday. young'man. deeply grieved when Rehoboth; and he said. For now:'I time of the Not only Is phosphous necessaryfor
. most glorious
" 'Tis the
I'4f.J. .-- Sarah passed away. He lacked the the Lord hath made room for us, and teeth and bony structure, but it

1> Mr. and Mrs. Fred Puryear, of ardor and enterprise of his father year,
we shall be fruitful in the land. has been learned that it forms a partof
all her are here.
and joys
] For
Miami, spent the week-end here visiting Abraham and his sons Jacob and| Finally he could live in peace with the nuclear structure of every cell
sunshine is always
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Downs and Esau, being a retiring and thoughtful his people. "And the Lord appearedunto 1 The bright most beautiful flowers of and is an essential element in the
And the
Troy Puryear.: man. It was characteristic of him, the same ,night, and said- plasma and other body fluids.If .
;him that when it came time for him I am the God of Abraham thy father: the year phosphorus is so important in the

Mrs. R. A. Shaw and daughter to marry (he was then forty years fear not, for I am with thee, and will time body then the question arises. "Wherecan
wonder of this of the
of Little Village, Ark., formerly of old) Isaac himself was not sent in ,bless thee, and multiply thy seed for;{I Another it be obtained?" Again scien-

Clewiston, visited here several daysas search of a wife, but his father Abra- my servant Abraham's sake. And he 1 year, to tists come to our rescue and tell us
all love
I beautiful we
the guests of Mrs. T. B. Shelley. ham sent instead a faithful and most builded an altar there, and called upon Is the the results of their many, many experiments -

tactful servant, who went to Haran the name of the Lord. and pitched I I hear. 'in food composition. Head-
Almost forgetting all our-cares,
Marvin Taylor spent Wednesdayin in Mesopotamia whence Abraham had his tent there: and there Isaac's ser- air. ing the lists of foods containing phos-

Clewiston assisting his brother, come and there found just the right vants digged a well." Isaac was We long to be out in the open phorus is lean beef and, in decreas-

Jim Taylor, in the collection of poll wife for Isaac. She was Rebekah, only an ordinary, faithful servant of' decked in ing amounts, eggs and milk follow.

taxes in this precinct.D. i the granddaughter of Nahor, Abra- the' Lord, yielding his rights rather!I The trees and plants are According to these scientific facts
: coats of ,
ham's brother. She was in chargeof than contend with an opponent. i green (Continued on Page 4)

G. Alston, W. C. Hooker and her brother Laban, who willinglylet I Glad that they are being seen. I

C. J. Lovvorn, spent Tuesday after- his sister go to far-a-way Canaanto I THE HITOPADESA :We hear the humming of the bees,
John W. Martin
noon in Lakeport where they wentto marry Isaac. Rebekah was strong By Judge John W. Dodge !I And the sweet spring breeze thro'the Says:
I l
attend a round up' at the Parker and alert, quite the complement of trees.
The Secret of Success
:; Bros. ranch. Isaac. and the two lived most hap-I. "Many state capitol offices have
6 ; Mankind'is ever in quest of the The murmuring of the brook,
pily together. I been 'turned, into Hardee campaign
secret of success. We read and won- for us to read books.
William Ritter of Lakeland, formerly : Isaac, like his father, was con-. Furnish places headquarters." is the charge made
der, we think and ponder, we pray of spring time air
g of Clewiston, is here for several fronted with the horrors of a famine -. 'I Just fragrance by John W. Martin, Democratic can-
and strive but, are never satis-
we a care.
days relieving H. C. Jones in his and removed to Gerar, a ; Makes us forget many didate for governor in the primaryof
fied. Why?
capacity as freight agent for the tine city ruled by King PhiliS-1 June 7th in a speech at Lakeland
Well. in the first place, we do not CHAPEL PROGRAM:
Coast Line. While he was at Gerar the yesterday. He moved into central
know what success is. It takes a
,'K" peared to him and bade him not Florida this week after a successfultour
I thousand different forms and ima- Miss Wallaces' room, the seventh I
'"' ,Harry Peters and J. A. Plunkett yield to the temptation to go down of the east coast where he spoketo
ges. Today it is one thingtomorrow -I and eighth grades, gave a very interesting -
spent the week-end in Tampa as the into fertile Egypt. At the same I large and enthusiastic audiences.
it is another. We live in a men-t program in chapel Friday.
guests of the Tampa Yacht and the Lord renewed to Isaac the prom- i At Leesburg Monday Mr. Martin
tal turmoil-a bedlam of confusing April 22. The program was as fol-
Country Club. They attended the ises he had given Abraham, that his I. repeated his charge of an alliance
caprices and whims. We are slavesto lows:
theatre in Ft. Myers Sunday even- posterity should be a great, nation, between the Carlton administrationand
what we think other people thinkof I Bible Reading-Mr. Langford.
ing. should possess the land, and shouldbe the Hardee candidacy, adding
us-we are neither free, nor con-I Prayer-Assembly .
richly blessed. Our lesson opens that an employe of the state game
I tented. Recitation-Annice
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Allhans, of with the happy fullfilment of those I department has beet engaged for
i The Hitopadesa of India gives us Dialogue, "Court Scene"-Jimmy
Ft. Myers formerly of Clewiston, promises." several days in digging through
"the secret of success," as a free, Beardsley, Luther Lowe and Bill
were here this week and visited Mrs. "Then Isaac sowed in that land. vouchers in the musty vaults of thecomptroller's
I contented, and yet enterprising mind Hooks. '
and Mrs. F. I. Leydig. Mr. and Mrs. and received in the same an state office seeking material -
their year I in these words: Song, "Loves Old Sweet Song-As-
Allhands left Monday for homein hundredfold: and the Lord blessed to be used for Hardee and
"Wouldst thou know whose happy sembly. .
Peroia, Ill. the waxed great, I I against Martin.
him. And man
dwelling Fortune entereth unknown? Play, "Mrs. Rushington's Rest I
and went forward and grew until Iris who careless of her favor, stand- Cure"-Mary Bush. Catherine Wi- "They will probably be able to
HISS STONE ENTERTAINS AT I that prices of hotel accommodations -
in prove
he became great as said
very I eth fearless in his own; I I andt, Mildred Brantley, Annie Mathis -

DUAL BIRTHDAY PARTY Matt. 13: 25, "some an hundred- His, who for the vague tomorrow Eva Alston, Ramon Mabrey. Thel-I and meals were higher

BonceilSttne fold, some sixty, some thirty thatis barters not the sure todayrlllaster !I ma Guthrie, Ruth Parker, and Wil- during the boom than they are new
Miss entertained at and I have no objection. The truthis
if bushel of grain was properlysown
a !
of himself, and sternly stead- liam Johnson. i
home in the Hooker it clarifies situation
her apartments and harvested it would pro- the for a
fast to the rightful way. Song. "Uncle Ned"-Assembly. !
Tuesday evening, for Mrs. D. G. Al- department official to devote
bushels accord-
duce 30 60 or 100 !
The trouble with most people is Mrs. :Maxwell. Dorothy Morman,
ston and Casey Jones in honor of several' full days time to the Hardee
soil rainfall irrigation
ing to the or ,
, and Mrs.
that they think there is no success Mrs. Spicer, MrsMcDonald
t their birthday celebration. Games and attention. campaign because this added to the
without wealth. Things, money I!Stewart were visitors. "'I
were played and later in the evening strenous efforts of Tag Commissioner -
"For he had possession of flocks,
; I I and possessions carry obligations, Mrs. Stewart and Mrs. McDonaldof

I :<'\ dancing was enjoyed. Guests were and possession of herds, and great which over burden those who are i 1 the Garden Club, awarded prizes I McLin and others will prevent

, Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Shelley, Mr. and store of servants: and the Philis- I Hardee from again denying an alliance -
covetous, or avaricious. of full of following who won prizes
to the
p f'' LV" Mrs. E. R. Crowson, Mr. and Mrs. tines envied him." It has been the !i I which Is now so obvious that
pride!! Behold numerous suicides the Flower Show:
Frank Richman, Mr and Mrs. D. G. does not require further proof."
said, "envy is the constant compan-
we read of daily. Billy Owen. first prize for
F Alston. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Burner, ion of prosperity." As a result of The speaker said, there, are but
"Be not haughty, being wealthy; for children, $1.50; James I
Mr. and :Mrs.; H. MacDuffy, Mr. and that the lesson says. "For all .i two real contenders for the office,
envy droop not having lost thine all- second prize for best prepared
" Mrs. J. R. Alston, Mrs. Bennett and the wells which his father's ser- Hardee with the support of the ad-
For thy bread be not o'er thoughtful garden, $1.00; Bernice O'Neil, prize
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hooker. Misses ministration machine and the same
of I
vants had digged in the days
-God for all have taken thought"we for best effort, trowel. Clewiston
Louise Wa'.dron! Jewel Lowe, Jamye Abraham his father, the Philistineshad I group of political bankers who killed
read in the Hitopadesa. I Supply donated.
Williams. Dorothy Moorman Mae stopped them, and filled them the Martin banking bill in 1927, and
f. The :Master of Men said: "Behold Roberta Spicer was awarded first
r Lily Stone, Frances Munroe and with earth." That country had I and Martin with the support of the
t the lillies of the field, how they prize for the following exhibits inj;
Messrs. A. W. Sias, Arthur Lawrence little rain. Water was needed for rank and file of the voters who wanta
grow-They toil not, neither do they fair: Onions 50c, Radishes 50c, par-
.: i Dr. J. W. Ezelle. Arthur T. Wilson, and stock ,and people. A well I change in Tallahassee, stronger
crops spin; and yet I say unto you. that snips 50c, Endive '50c Celery 50c.]
Casey Jones and laws and better
Campbell Nail. of fresh or "springing" water was even Solomon in all his glory was Flowers 75c. banking governmentat

Refreshment! great Lord
; not arrayed like one of these, John and Jimmy Holland won first rata Political vel'tlseineD't)



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CANE BREAKERS DIVIDE TWIN pIes Chicago and Detroit. I'I served, as county commissioner and : :--:--: : : : : : : : : : : : :-: : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :,: : : : : : :--: :-).:--:..).).:..:

BILL OX LOCAL LOT SUNDAY I;. L. STALLIXGS knew: the problems of the county ? .t_.
E. L. Stallings, present superintendent -!'and that he knew property valuesall y

of schools, made a short talk'' over the county. He promised .f
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in behalf of his candidacy, since, he I I fair assessment to all. John W. Martin u i

showed Clewiston a well coached, explained, the evening was growinglate William L. Murray, also a candi-

snappy ball club that took the localsto and the audience was growing date for tax assessor, in a very few

camp by a score of 60. Spooner, restless. It is not the province of!words gave as his platform "fair f. Candidate tor Governor

on the mound for the vIsitors. was the superintendent to go Into the I[ assessment, without favor." y ri

complete master of the situation at schools and teach teachers, he said, I II Hurd L. Reeves, present holderof

all times and had the jamb up sup-I that is the function: of the principalwho the office, gave a brief resumeof ==: Will Speak at: =i ii =

port of his team throughout the Is on the grounds every day. The the development of the county

game. '''principals are better qualified, since and the growth of the work in the

The Cane Breakers clearly showed, they have specialized along those assessor's office. When this sectionwas LaBelle at 1:30

that they had spent their energy in lines, :Mr. Stallings said. He cited developing. and before any i p. m.

the opening game and played list- his record as county superintendentas cash returns were being made he

lessly behind the pitching of Digges. his qualifications for the office; said he did not include improve-I ::: andClewiston *

The ex-big leaguer showed flashesof saying that about the time he as- ment equipment on the rolls be- .z' ..

form that carried him to the topa !'!sumed the office in Hendry countythe cause he wanted to give every y
few years: ago, but his lack of con-:' world-wide depression came, and chance for the section to develop.

trol and the indifferent play of his although funds had been scarce, and GEORGE 31. HEXDKY at4 p. m. _:

mates in the second game proved his i the attendance in the county schools George M- Hendry, one of the old- h

undoing. I had Increased, Hendry county had est settlers in the section, an- i

I.'still carried on and its teachers were nounced his[ candidacy for clerk ofi 1 _!: SaturdaY May, 7 t

DAVE SHOLTZ ADDRESSES being paid regularly. He said he had the circuit court and in his bunion- ,

LaBELLE AND CLEWlSTON watched with pleasure the Clewiston ous way said that if elected he''I' f .i..

school grow from a four-teacher would "sit back In my swivel chair h
I school in 1928 to the present Junior and employ plenty of efficient help'
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High School with plans to make it to carry on the functions of the of- =i: Important Questions will ==i=
done, and if I had been in the gov- a fully accredited Senior High fice."

ernor's chair when informed of some I Schoo next fall. "I am better WILLIAM T. HULL
3500 acres of your fine muck land. I be discussed
qualified now, and promise better William T. Hull, clerk of the 1
burning I would have done more "
service in the next term, he con-
court, jokingly said that in as muchas
than send a telegram of condolence. ;: ; +
cluded. it was getting late, he believed'!
Your fires are an emergency and if;j II
LOUIS O. GRAVELY if he talked long would talk him-| ; Florida Most Progressive '
other sources failed, the governor ri jo vernors
ford Louis O. Gravely, representativein self out of more votes than he would j
can call out the National Guard
the legislature from Hendry gain, but he would like to get every f
I county in 1929, and candidate for vote in the house. I' Y

Mr. Scholtz spoke in LaBelle Thurs- the office in this election. was the COUNTY JUDGE :;: The Clewiston Location will be :;: __

day afternoon. Moore Haven Thurs-,next speaker called to the front. Mr The last of candidates to i .
group :;: :: :
day night and in Clewiston this': Gravely opened his speech by say- be called upon were those for: :: Near the Watanabe House =::

morning. He then swung his course ing that in 1929 he had favored aworkman's county judge. Three men are in! X X
through the center of the state and i, aamene owav wwly.a------ra s ---- :
compensation act which the race: Seldon L. Stewart, W. '1'. '
will return to the Everglades section to workmen '::_: Ladies Are Invited
was to give protection Maddox and H. A. Rider. Mr. : Especially :::
again befofe the June primaries to
injured in the course of their em-
Stewart was called first. He said Y Y

he speak said.in Belle Glade and Pahokee,j! introduced ployment. by The Representative bill, he said, Sam was tlers that in hewas this section one of and the that earlier for set-I'' :.:.'...............................................................-..,..........................................................................................................................................."'::,..

i Getzen. In 1928 he said, he has seen pats six years he had served as - -

300 HEAR CANDIDATES GIVE ,i the ruins left by the storm of that commissioner from ihs district. ...... .... .. .... ...... ......... ............ .. ..
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PLATFORMS AT THIRD RALLY in which thousands were left
; year, the last term as chairman of the

--- homeless and went to the legisla- board, and that in this time he had ;1Y; ::.

(Continued from page one) ;ture determined to do something to. studied the conditions of all : Y ij

cessor {Martin) many of the depart-! remedy the situation. He said that es of county government. branch-I(

ments owed funds to each other. He]I he, with the assistance of S. P. missioner, he said that he, with yi i; Open to the Public
said that in Hardee's administration
Robineau, of Dade county Introduced other members of the board had I

a budget system of expenditure of and steered one of the most recently saved the county approximately '

state funds bad been adopted, but important pieces of legislation of 'x .. .. f
$60,000 by buying county I I.:, eo aarss "" t.
that In subsequence' administrations;! the 1929! session, the Okeechobee bonds before maturity date and x
the rule had not been adhered to.' Flood Control bill. At a previous min
holding other expenses to a
He said that in the four years of session a 20 million dollar bond issue imum. This same policy of economy .: .. ,Moderate Green. Fees .*.'

Hardeee's governorship 860 miles ofroads wa; wrongfully authorized, and carried, into
,( he said, will be ::
had been constructed at a cost'was prevented from being issued the county judge's office, and that I Exceptional Fairways ::

of $15,000 per mile; and that in one because Nathan Mayo refused to there will be no sectional feeling '

year Martin's administration 200 i'; sign the bonds, in the 1929 sessionMr. in the performance f of official du- :: Interesting Grass Greens ::
miles had been built at cost of .
a : Gravely said he had the statute I
$4 4.000 per mile. I books. He said he ties.W. x
.taken from the T. :Maddoin a short talk z I .!.
The Northern Investment Company was in favor of keeping Lake Okee- stated his qualifications for the of-! 'o:' I. '" """'V"5 .'z.
of which the speaker said I chohee open for commercial fishing fice and said that whether or not I r 'z'
former governor :Martin was president and in favor of fire protection to he is elected he will remain a dem-! *. -", < : :f'zo.

: was assailed for its practice i the E'verglades. ocrat. -.'.:.. ,;:-, The Mast PopularRecreation .: ... .

of purchasing tax certificates on ELBERT L. STEWART Judge Rider" gave a brief sum-! :: :,:{ ): ..' :: <

Florida property after becoming delinquent Representative Elbert L. Stewart of the activities of the office: :- '
mary Center
on the county tax rolls. opened his speech by reference to a including: the statement that in 150 i I: :.:. '.'>. ?; ". <: ::;.:

The speaker cited photostatic copies workmen's compensation act, whichhe criminal cases handled by the office : .,',':: .. ; '_, ..
of affidavits said to have been made refused to support in the 1931 since he has been judge, only two .:::.: ., In ClewisionSubstantial / : : : ::

by; the clerk of the Lee county cir- sessions. "This bill was worse have been contested and only a few .'. .'.. .:.

cuit court declaring that of 35 than useless," Mr. Stewart said, "It second offenders had been brought .:. ..z'.

tificates purchased by: the \ cer-I was introduced by S. Pierre Robi- before the court. His speech concluded \ =:"o.li-, td: : T. ..:..

Investment Company in Lee county,'nieau, of Dade county a frenchman.It the program. :.

not one wasagainst property of" was attempted to be amended so 1

railroads nor hotel companies. I the workmen would really be pro- 1I ; 8 r .t.
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He concluded by saying that former tected; the amendment failed and : C \Al r H f ';.
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governor Martin had entered hte'30 eioA B Xq p9)Bajap SUAY ntq atn William Glancey Wallace and :Miss 'a G "-Fa1 ; 'fr J .t :::
governor's chair in 1925 without: 52-38. It gave no protection to I
Martha Jo Hogan were married
much funds and had left the office ini i employees of companies engaged in I
quietly in Winter Park, Saturday, y
1929 worth about a quarter of a mil-!|'domestic and agricultural' businesses Y
April 23. by Dr. W. F.Blackman .
lion dollars. I and to others it was left en- grandfather of the groom. The frail. :..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:-:.:..:..:..:..:-:-:-........:..:..:-:.:..:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:-,:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:.-:-:.:::
LESLIE HALL I ureiy up to the hiring companieiwhether I
I health of Dr. Blackman made a private -
Leslie Hall, crippled young man or not they should employ ( - --
I ceremony imperative, and onlY'the
of LaBelle, announced his candidacy under the terms of the act. The
immediate members' of the fam- _B 1
for Supervisor of Registration and I workmen had no protection." Mr. .Jl1:
ily were present. Lewis Chauncey -- -- -
in a very stirring plea requested the Stewart cited a recent federal court ; ::
I Wallace acted as his brother's best .
support of the voters of the county.He .I ruling that had declared the i ,
legiS-I man and there were no other attend-]
cited as his qualifications that lative act of 1929 in I ''
ants. Mrs. Blackman served a wed-
he was a graduate of LaBelle High the Everglades drainage district I I I
ding luncheon to the wedding party'
School and had specialized in short unconstitutional; and ruled that
which included Mr. and Mrs. Glan-i BUILDERS
hand, typing, and commercial work."I taxes should be paid on the 1923 I _
cey O. Wallace, parents of the groom.
need the office to help support basis which was considerably higher -
Dr. Blackman, president Emeritus of
myself," he said. than those of more recent years. '-
I Rollins College, read the Episcopal I
C. elgislative acts 1929 merely
service from the same prayer book. '
The present Supervisor of Registration took tax off the Everglades drain-

Mrs. Alice CBail y. who', age district and placed it on a newly which he used to unite the groom's'parents i \7 TA N F D.
in the holy bonds of matri-
seeks:: re-election, made a very short'talk created district (Okeechobee : V fA!
mony, twenty-one :years ago, and __ ..# .J' ..._. .
thanking the voters for their Flood Control) which included all
which has been covered with the sat
past support and calling upon themto lands in Hendry county whereas::
in of his daughter's wedding gown. i
again return her to the post she u>me of the land was excluded from 1
The young couple will reside for "= ::- fi
now occupies. Past experience speaks the Evrglades: district," he said. A j \. ...., !
the present with Mr. and Mrs. Glan- :jj
tor qualification she said. 'I part of the reduction in taxes was t,

CARL E. ROYER i i made by a reduced valuation, in the cey._ O. Wallace.. i I
Jnduceme.-sie Are
For Superintendent of Public Instruction county, he added. I '

Offered To Relieve the Acute
is that J. K. Baker ,
hereby given -
for six La- {
years principal of the Four candidates for the office of the 4
and Hazel Baker will on 27th
Belle High School, was the next tax collector were on the platform, day of May 1932. make application: by I Housing Shortage Now Prevailing a
speaker the petition to the Hon. Gco. W. AVhitc-I .
on program. Mr. Royer I ting late, each made a short talk
hurst. Judge of the Circuit Court In ;
has had 15 years experience as a''I and, since the evening was getting and for Hendry County Florida, for in Clewiston. ,

teacher, he ,said, and the chief duty I late. each made only a short talk, the adoption by them of Beulah :Mae I i
News and will on said date, duly file
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of a superintendent is to go into;advocating his candidacy. W. P. petition therefore and will therefater '
the schools and see that the teachers'Andrews. Hendry county's first collector :'n due course request appointment ofa '; & \ =-= /

do what is needed. The rinten- cited his record guardian ad litem and will thereafter !. r
sup: and told of in duo course set down the said peti- : ; I IJr.
ent does not select teachers; this auditor's praise of his booksJ.. R.! *;'OT tor bearingsaid Court and at :

.. function is carried out by the school' Doty admitted his opponents were I such hearing. will seek an order auth- f ]
them of said
orizing the! adoption by d
board, he said, the superintendent Investigates all fine fellows but "they can wait child and of all matters proper and

the qualifications and reports 10 or 20 years before running and 'nc:dent to such proceedings. c
I April 29 May 6-13-20.
to the board. In the matterof wil Inot be as old as I am." He I II I CLEWISTONSr

finances, the superintendent actsas said he was thoroughly qualified to .

clerk of the board Ana arty give hold the office as he had had much C. E. STEBEL I << I I Sm'

advice. "I will be glad to help experience in ,all kinds of bookkeeping .1COMPANY i
build a school building in Clewiston," E. E. Kelly and J. L. Taylor Dealer in '

and build it with room for a manual' each made very brief talks giving General Electric fefrigeraIm'Eiectrochef ': t

training department and home economics their qualifications and seeking: PHONE 102

If you do that you will have I the votes Of.t le audience. j Stoves : J

the first real school In South Florida TAX ASSESSOR '
itIIililiifrcf'I'e! ISiilnssi I Cu-, .' Fi-'n'nAGE '
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Mr. foyer: went Into details 'Solon B. Crews made his first j :i'nrliosHadio IIII.HnppUl'S I !
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'_ Allowing the value of manual train- speech at the political rallies Wednesday .:# Ilcpnirjnj[ ;; I "'" .

Ing and home economics in nightIn short 1... ._.,.:, ..___ J
every a snappy I Florida ..... -- _. -'. & ..... .-., .
Mhool'6 curriculum, citing as exam- manner, Mr. Crews said he had 1 4 Pahokee J ,=i. .rt:4'j.;;:: 4' r'

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