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: May 13, 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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One of the largest avocado plant- FOR ENTRANCE INJUNEJRIMARIES May 21st. Just a little more thana
ings in the Everglades is being start- week. The poll tax receipt books LAKE OKEECHOBEE
ed by E. U. Roddy of Pahokee on land
will be closed, and those intendingto
'I I
lying along the Pahokee-Belle Glade
FELDA JflMMUNITYVOTERS highway. pay theirs at the last minute will WILL GET FUNDS
I be disappointed. Don't let the day
Ground is being staked for 3,500
pass without your name listed as
trees, which will be set out as soon
as the preparation of the land is com-
IN THREE COUNTY WIDE civic duty in preparing to take partin
HEAR ARGUMENTS OF pleted. The entire tract is ditchedfor PASSES LARGE SUM FOR
the selection of your state and
county officers.
gation water is pumped from the
Hendry county's fourth political road ditch and the same pump can Hendry county politics assumed a May 21st An easy date to re appropriations bill including .

Tally of the campaign was held in be' used for taking of excess water. different aspect this week just be- member. $2,133,000 for proposed building of

the beautiful little school buildingin This will be the first extensive fore the last day for qualificationsof Saturday afternoon next Tuesday, dikes on the shore of Lake Okee-

Felda Saturday night with approximately -i/ planting of avocados south of Canal candidates elapsed with the en- Friday and Saturday afternoons, a chobee, has received the approval of

150 citizens of that Point since the 1922 flood killed out trance of five Republicans into races deputy tax collector will be in Clew- the House appropriations committee -

farming community present to listen f I a number of groves near Pahokee.I .- for county offices, and with a straw iston at the office of the Clewiston a dispatch from Washingtonstates. -

to the arguments of candidates for I B,lle Glade News.IBREAKERS. vote in LaBelle to decide which of News to issue receipts for poll tax I .

county and state offices.J. two prospective candidates for tax I payments. The Committee recommended that

Hardin Peterson, of Lakeland,! collector should qualify for the Dem-I Saturday afternoon, May 14th, Mrs. Congress appropriate 37.519850

candidate for representative in congress SWAMPFT. ocratic primaries.R. Alice C. Bailey, supervisor of regis for new rivers and harbors work intended
from the first district. pwervort Everett Burchard. LaBelle, toss-I tration. will be here in the News orfice to stimulate water transpor-

:Site course from Bonita Springs af- ed his hat in the ring for representative to sign exemption blanks for tation and commerce. This amountis

'tor having spoken" in Venus earlier MYERS TEAMSUNDAYBY8T03 against two Democratic candi- disabled war veterans. If you are Included in the total of $60,000
:In the day to meet the voters of Fel- dates, Elbert L. Stewart and, Louis an ex-service man, and think you are 000 the budget asked--and the committee -

''1a. In the ten minutes allotted him O. Gravely. All three of these can- entitled to poll tax exemption' see approved in a report to the

:by the chairman of the rally, Mr.I didates filed their qualifications the commander of the Clewiston House-for new work and maintenance

'.Plersf>n gave his reasons why the the clerk of the circuit court. "I Post of the Legion, J. A. McGehee, of old projects.

voters! of the first district should send4Tto I Instead of simmering the race for and he will inform you what papers Engineering work ia the Lake Ok-

r d congress instead of the .pres- RETURN GAME PLANNED HERE. tax collector down to three candi- are necessary to present to the super eechobee dike area has advanced to

r.. ,.tincumbent Herbert J. Drane, al- LATER IN BASEBALL dates, the office now has four con- visor of registration in order that a point where the war departmentis

of Lakeland. One of the planks SEASON tenders. Postal cards were sent to I properly exempted by May 21. ready to call for bids on several

:i in his platform, Mr. Peterson said. voters of LaBelle this week for a Be sure your poll tax is paid or miles of dike work but were held up

call for a 'revision of the freight Displaying the same form that straw vote on this race, and it was your name may be properly marked for lack of money to proceed.

rates in order to allow Florida fruit carried them to a decisive victory generally understood that the two There are several stages through

< and vegetable growers to compete over Pahokee the week before the men mentioned in the ballot, J. R. which the appropriation recommendation

with growers from other sections of I I fast stepping Cane Breakers complet- Doty and W. P. Andrews would abide,'BOYS FORM TEAM; must go before final actioncan

the United States. As an example of I tossers on the coastal city diamond by the straw vote in qualifiying for be taken.

the inequality. he said. the straw-:I Sunday afternoon by a score of 813. the primaries. When the votes were ISSUE CHALLENGE Among the projects in this state

berry growers of Hammond, La. can I'The Breakers game average for the counted it was found that Mr. Doty which are included in the bill are:
season now stands at 4 wins with led vote almost 2-1 Waterway, Jacksonville Miami
of rMr.
now ship a car of berries to NewYork by a ove :
only 2 defeats. The game was played Andrews and Andrews failed to 1300.000; Caloosahatchee River-
for $100 less than the growersof I qual-I TO ALL JUNIORS
Florida can. The distance, he before a fair sized crowd on the Philadelphia ify. Exact information as to the Lake Okeechobee drainage area, $2-

.:' said, is approximately the same to I Athletics' field in Ft. Myers result of the straw vote could not i 133,000; Pensacdla Bay, to Mobile

" I with Clewiston presenting a smooth be had at noon today but it was said Bay. Ala., $265,000.CLE'VISTON .
the New York market from Hammond : BOYS UNDER FIFTEEN ORGANIZE
I and central Florida. I I working machine that seems to have about 240 ballots were returned to

Another definite stand taken by }reached a real stride early in the the post office box, designated to JUNIOR CANE BREAKERS MAN GETS
receive the ballots of these about
:"Mr. Peterson in his Felda talk. was I ;
Neal Williamson poled out a long .160 checked Mr. favorite
"in favor of the federal government! Doty as
". i i j ball in the first inning to score his I and 80 odd siginfied the former col- With baseball in the air, and with The third new Ford, listed as model -
taking over flood control in Florida.
I I' companion Nail and himself to set lector, Mr. Andrews. Before the the success of the Cane Breakers B, to be sold in the state of Florida -
I". I "Flood control is a federal problem,I'!| I
the game on ice. last day to qualify had passed the as a pattern, a group of Clewiston was delivered here Tuesday night
and of such importance that the federal
should build and'I|I Young William Hooks, 15 year old collector's office had another entry, youngsters have organized themselves. by Glades Auto Sales, local dealerto

government pitcher, was sent to the mound for Frank A. Daugherty, Republican, into a junior ball club, annexing the' Lloyd: S. Mills, dragline operator
maintain an adequate system in this; I'I'I
' : his first start of the season and made who qualifiel for the race. Four name "The Junior Cane Breakers" for the McWilliams Construction
section of Florida. The federal
'\ gov- I a creditable showing by limiting his men are now qualified for the officeof I ito add fear into the hearts of boysof I Company here. The car, according to
ernmnt reclaimed hundreds of acres 11 I I
opponents to three hits and no walks other towns around the lake. W. H. Webb, dealer was the first
tax collector J. L.
: of arid lands in the West and should they are, Tay-I
give adcqxifte protection to the lives' and ten strike outs. Young HooksI lor, 'E. E. Kelly, J. R. Doty, and The Juniors is composed of boys of the new models to be delivered

'I' and property here, ," he said.- !|I also added to his laurels by a single Frank A. Dougherty. The first three under 15 years of age, and at a recent here and the third to be sold for use
and double in four to the Junior
: a trips meeting they selected in the state.
'--- named are Democrats, the last a Re-
; ..: Candidates for local offices in a
'f' ;. ? plate. publican. Thomas, field manager, George Hooks Others are expected to be receivedby
relaid their platforms i
feral way [':: Being led by the hard hitting bat While two Democrats qualified for captain, and young Jim ,Beardsley as the local agency within the next
tthat have been presented at ntherjpolitical
I' ; of Williamson, who garnered one the office of Superintendent of Public secretary-treasurer of the organiza- tn days, h said.MARTIN .
rallies of the county. !| I
I homer;' one single and a double in :
Instruction Carl E. Royer andE.
Only two more rallies are on sche-: tion.First
his four attempts, the entire Clewis- on the program of the youthful -
dole for the county before election!I!I L. Stallings, Mrs. Nell J. Skelly
club their bats with deadly diamond for SPEAKS TO
ton swung club was to clear a
day, June 7th. Saturday. May 21 entered the race on a Republican
: accuracy at the balls heaved by themselves, near the location of the
another will be heM at the school ticket.
i Leslie Mathews, who pitched for Cane Breakers' regular field, and are
building in LaBelle and the final At seven o'clock tonight 57 can-
II Lake Placid last season. A sparkling now holding daily practices.
rally will be here at the Clewinnn didates had qualified with the clerkof
one handed stab by Joe Cato in Undaunted by a fire that recently
school auditorium Wednesday. June the circuit court, and it is believed:
I deep center field was the outstanding that none other will qualify before burned most of their playing equipment CROWDS SATURDAYFORMER

I fieldin gfeature of the gam. the legal hour to close qualification and seriously hampered their
1st.MANY Local fans are anxious to see themin playing sessIons these youngsters an-
I expires tonight at midnight.
CANDIDATES action again on the home diamond Following is the list of candidates nounce that they are now ready to GOVERNOR WELL RECEIVED -
and Manager Hooks has promised challenge any team of youthful ball
qualified for the primaries in June IN CLEWISTONAND
them a game here next Sunday with I tossers around the lake. A game
correct to today
noon : LaBELLE
ENTER STATE ANDDISTRICT an unannounced: opponent. Ft. Myers For RepresentativeLouis with Moore Haven is first on sche-

11 will play a return game here later in dule here Sunday afternoon at 1:30.
O. Gravely. .
Flaying the present administration -
the season.Laws Elbert L. Stewart.R. I The opening lineup announcedagainst
and charging alliance betweenIt
I for their first opponents includes '
Everett Burchard (Rep.. ) and the candidacy of Cary A. Har-

_i_ __ Governing the ,For County Judge Pete Moltz, George Hooks, dee for governor John W- Martin,
Junior Thomas, Billy Deam, Roy
William T. Maddox. .
CANDIDATES FOIl GOVERNORLEAD I. himself a former governor, paid brief
Green. Ed VonMach, Jim Beardsley,
H. A. Rider.
visits to two Hendry county cities
LONG LUST FOR Primary Are Given Bob Beardsley and Vinson Oglesby.In .
v Selden L. Stewart. Saturday in the interest of his candidacy -
PRIMARIES I For SheriffH. reserve they have the following for governor.

I Qualified Electors L. Delaney. players: Young Dennis, Stud Hare, He was granted a hearty receptionat

Nine men are making the gover-! A Qualified Elector in the State of W. C. Hooker. Dan Beardsley, Jack James Joe and the LaBelle school auditorium by

f y race, holding the political: sp tght :- Florida is any person. 21 years of D. L. McLauglin. Owen Winn, Connie Clark, Ed Clark, an audience of some 150 voters and

for the tiJie. They are Stafford age or over who is a citizen of the Porter Richards.For Donald Deam. Walker Fears, Jimmy by approximately 125 at Clewiston.

Caldwell, Jacksonville; CharlesM. United States and has resided in this Clerk Circuit Court Holladn and Bud Vaughn. Both speeches were shortened to

Durrance, Jac.;;:sDille; ArthurComez state for one year; and in the county Gorge M. Hendry. permit Franklin O. King, candidatefor

Key West; Cary A. Hardee six months and who has duly registered William T. Hull. Bean Prices Drop state commissioner of agricultureto

Live Oak; Thomas S. Hart, Jacksonville i- and has his or her poll tax For Tax Assessor as I speak to the assembled voters. In
? ; Fons A. Hathaway, Jacksonville ipaid for two next preceding the
years Solon B. Crews.W. IncreaseWith each place the former governor refuted -
; John W. Llartin, Jacksonville; year of election (unless exempt from, L. Murray. Shipments I charges that he had ever puta

Dave Sholtz Daytona: I3cac!; ; ar.d poll tax.: ) Provided that no person I I Hurd L. Reeves. widow or orphans out of their

Tom Watson Tampa- convicted of a felony In any court of! For 'l'nCollector': the heavy shipment of spring home and offered a cash reward of '

Four men arc sacking Florida'snew record or of any infamous crime in J. L. Taylor.J. beans from the Everglades now well $1,000 to any person who would -

post of cougressmanatlargecreated :: this state or any other state or who R. Doty.E. under way, and increase in quantity prove the charges that he had, as

through her mn'e than 50 in non compos mentis, under guardianship E. Kelly. moved from th.e Eastern markets well as other charges made againsthis

. per cent increase in population during or in public prison, shall be Frank A. Dougherty (Rej) from Georgia and the Carolinas beginning administration.The .
J.' the past 10 YE rs. They are t-ntitlcd to vote. Only white personsmay For Supt. Public Instruction it is expected that the pres- main gist of the former gov-

John T. Alsop, Jr., mayor OL Jacksonville participate in Democratic primaries Carl E. Royer. ent high price for this produce will ernor's talk was that it was generally -

! ; Lester W. Jennings, -Jacksonville in Florida E. L, Stallings. soon begin a downward trend. conceded that the second primary -

J ; W. D. Bell Arcadia, and Voting Prior To Election Day I Mrs. Nell J. Skelly (Rep.) Quotations Thursday indicated that will be between the other former -

W. J. Sears, who used to be congress Any qualified elector who expectsto For Supervisor of RegistrationMrs. the price had alrerdy started on a governor (Hardee) and himself.

", man from the fourth district.. be absent from his or her home I' Alice Curry Bailey. downward journey. "Both of us left records" he said
'J Franklin D. Roosevelt, William H. county on the day of election, may
John L. Hall. According to an estimate by the "and a fair comparison of these re_
:Murray' and 1.. J. Chasse, the latterfrom vote at the office of the county judge For County Commissioner, Dist. 1 Federal Department of Agriculture"a cords will show the people of Florida

::1, Wisconsin will contest for thf of said county at any time not more I' Dave G. Alston. fair yield is expected from mostof which has done most for ,tho

.1: presidential preferential vote, but t I lthan f'ftcin nor less than three days R. B. Waldron.For the state of Florida. The replanted state."

ricla's delegates to the natfont1fv I prior to the day of election. County Commissioner, Dist. 2 spring crop of beans in the Lake The former governor's voice was

J /.; > c convention will not neeCesarily I Absentee Voters B. F. Magill (Dem.) Okeechobee section which has suf- husky as the result of the intense
.. be bound. -1 Any qualified elector who is ab- W. Watts Hall (Rep.) fered from lack of moisture until speaking tour of the state duringthe

Knees in other congressional districts sent from his or her home county on For County Commissioner Dist. 3 recently has begun to move. Move- past few weeks, but through his

' : the day of election, but within the C. C. Cochrane. ment will be heavy in the first two specially equipped amplifying_ device
- First: Congressman Herbert J. state, and who has not previously
' Ray: C. Hull. weeks in May and will depend on his message was broadcast clearlynot
; Drane, Lakeland; Sumter Lowery, vpted as aforesaid, may be permittedto W- A. Jones. I market conditions and the volume of only to the assembled voters in

Tampa. and J. Hardin Peterson. vote by presenting himself or her- Mark Poole. shipments made from Georgia and I II each of the cities In this county but

, I Second: Congressman R. A. Green<3 self at any voting place within said For County Commissioner, Dist. 4. I I South Carolina after the 15th of the :|to those whose business would not

unoppcsed (state and submitting to the officials Alto Hires.R. I month." 1 1I permit them to leave theii; offices. '
''r Tl-'rf!: Millard Caldwell, MiltonR. ;; .in charge, a certificate of qualifica-
C. Saggs.R. In reference to watermelons, of After delivering the two speeches.In .
G. Patterson, Pensacola, and Congressman > tiqn from' the tax collector of the M. Burchard. (Rep.) I I which there is a negllble quantity i Hendry: county, Martin left after

'. Tom A. Yon, TallahasseeFourth :. home county and the,poll tax receipts For County Commissioner, J>lst. 5 planted around the Lake but are 4 dinner for Moore Haven where he

: Congressman:; Ruth Bryai 1 for the two previous years. F. L. Dunaway. grown to a large extent around the J repeated his message. to voters of -

pwcn. Miami; J. Mark WIlcox, We.;t Electors. Absent From the State: E. B. Hull. I Felda section of -the county, the re.- 1Cpntl |that county and then. changed his

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THE CLEWISTON NEWS I stead of quibbling over a programfor particular organization. ment than 111m. We: have tried to rour ipreclative vote and and grateful to you for
give you good schools, and will not support at the coming.
the saving of mere millions in "What the heck can we say about be satisfied with anything short of the rlmary election. -

Published every Friday In Clewiston, governmental: expenses Congress him?" one guy asked. very best that the funds intrusted to Respectfully

Florida by the CLEWISTON NEWS, should try for economy of a billion. "Well," another replied, "I sup- us We will must give.economize but not- to the (Pnld politico advertisement H. A. RIDERV)

Inc. "Congress thinks of billions onlyas pose we can safely state that he was point affecting the efficiency of our

sums to be spent. When it comesto faithful to his trust." schools. Schools must go on even FOR COUNTY JUDGE .
though times are not so good. Youth
Entored as second class matter. savings, Congress thinks of mil "Now you're slingin' language," passes the school age but once, and ro the Voter* of Hendry County

February 1. 1927, at the Post Office lions, if at all."Governmental. spoke up a third, "and shall we go schools must be provided regularly or I hereby announce myself as a candidate -
the children of the country lose that for County Judge subject to the
at Clewlston.: Florida, under the Act expenditures for on ahead and name the trust?" which they can never recover. Since decision of the Democratic Primary,

of March 3/ 1897. 1932 are just a shade below $4.000- And right now when we're all hot the state pays more than half of the .Tune 7th. -
cost of eight month's school lIen- Your vote and
an support will be
000. A reduction of 25 cent
per and.bothered. tryin' to make up our dry county cannot afford to fail to
A newspaper devoted to the best would save a billion. Millions of so called minds who to vote for and provide the balance of the amount necessary preclated.'V.. T. MADDOX

Interests of Hendry County, Florida individuals have had to cut their why. it might not be a bad idea to month school to provide, or we at lose least a portion an eight of (Paid polltlcnl advertisement)

Its leading newspaper. personal budgets 25 per cent in the try and figure out in advance just the state appropriation.I FOR TAX COLLECTORTo
last three years.' do not claim any great amount of
which candidates are most likely to
brilliancy but am a thinking man with all Voter' In Hendry
Subscription rate: per year$2.00 be true to their TRUST, and just good judgment and have the interestof I respectfully announce Conntyi as candidate

Outside of State of Florida __....$2.50 Senator Capper of Kansas hit the what TRUST they are most apt to the children of our county at heart, for TAX COLLECTOR subject to the
and am whole time and
giving my attention -
with hammer Democratic Primary of June 7th. 192.
tax sledge
question a be TRUE to. to my official duties. Vote for If elected I

Advertising rates furnished on application. when he proposed that wherever a I know a lot of birds runuin for me if'you feel that I am making good; and receipts of promise this that office the will record be

body of citizens petitions Congressfor think that I am entitled to a second handled In a careful, efficient and business -
office that would have been bare-
term, as my experience ought to make like
manner and to the Interest of
measures involving large appropriations foot a long time ago if SOlIEBODYhadn't me better qualified to serve you. I I Hendry County.I '

Business office. ClewIston News,I for special services to a stepped in and bought 'em a am ocrat not, and a part no true of any democrat ring, but will a dem-haveto will.- appreciate your vote and. suo.port. .-

Clewlston, Florida. Editorial and limited territory, they include with lot of new shoes, and before I go sacrifice any democratic principle E. E. KELLY
their petition a statement like this: to support and vote for me and I shall I (Paid
Advertising, same. and get big hearted and generous appreciate your support and vote on advertisement)

I "And In order to raise the money with my vote I want to know who is June 7th. FOR TAX COLLECTOR

Telephone 339 thus called for, we request that you puttin' up all this JACK for 'cert ln E. L. STALLINGS. I

assess upon US a tax necessary to candidates and why.I (Paid Political Advertisement) To the Voter of Hendry County

I meet the expenditure." I hereby announce myself a candidate --
Money talks; what does it say about know one guy tha tis gallopin' FOR SHERIFFTo for re-election to tho office" of

you? Senator Capper is right In propos- I around yelpln' about runnin' on his Tax Collector, subject to the Demo-

ing that those who seek special fav- RECORD. Yes, and if you ask me the Voter of Hendry County and cratic Primary In June. If nominated
elected I
I hereby announce myself as a candi- will strive to serve the
VACATIONINGTo ors at the hands of government, be It's SOME record, and what's MORE date to succeed myself as Sheriff of public to the very best of my ability as

prepared to pay for expenditures secured he's runnin' by permission of the Hendry County, subject to the Demo- In the past, and will keep in mind at
the average person a vacationis cratic Primary June 7th. all times the Interest of the taxpayers
instead of the burden
loading COPYRIGHT owners. 'and general
citizenship of
If returned to this office I will Hendry
getting from his home to con-
away onto the general taxpayer who, In I was standin' in front of a plat- tinue to serve the county to the best County, putting forth every effort to

some otherplace where other peo- the majority of cases. receives littleor form the other day when a fellow of my ability. I will continue to con- conduct and the courteous office in the most efficient -
their vacation where duct the sheriff's office on a sound, manner.
congregate on ;
no benefit from such projects, although runnin' for the Legislature got up economical ,basis. I making the Thanking you for past favors and for

some form of diversion is available he is now taxed staggering to speak his piece and a city slicker race solely on my; record and past to your serve continued, support, I am.'' yours
It to' be practice to achievements sheriff.
seems common as your
I sums to pay for them. beside me starts to wisecrack and Your vote and support will be J.: L. TAYLOR.
where beautiful I ap
someplace Paid
go Political
A recent press dispatch stated that break out all over with mirth because preciated., ) _
post car'ds are on sale and send these I H. L. DELANEY. \
work on Boulder Dam might be delayed the old bird was wearin' an old fash- FOR TAX COLLECTOR
back to the less fortunate friends ,(Paid Political Advertisement) jTo
due to insufficient appropriations. ioned celluoid collar. "Lookit. the
with the well-worn inscription, "Hav- the Voter' of Hendry County:
., There are millions of over- : smart guy snorts, "He's'got on a FOR SHERIFFI I hereby announce myself a candidate -
ing a lovely time wish were
you burdened taxpayers who wonder just RUBBER collar." for the office of tax collector, suh .
here." 'Ject to the decision of the voters of th
take this opportunity to (:
why any money need be spent on Well if 'you ask me, I'd a darn candidacy for the office of announce Sheriff Democratic Party in the June Primary

Vacations are necessary to the happiness Boulder Dam at this time. sight rather vote for a fellow witha 'of Hendry County, subject to the I I favor a law abolishing the foe;

and welfare of the individual.We Democratic system for county officers and pine
RUBBER' collar if I was sure it Primary, June 7, 1932.If
Another news states that I ing them basis
story on a
elected to this office I will according
all tire of the prove
scenery -
construction projects are being urgedon was his OWN, than I would for some my appreciation of your support by I to their duties and responsibilities.
doing the same things for amuse- I favor a law abolishing the
'guy with a better lookln' one that the faithful performance of the dutiesof payment -
the Columbia River which will
said office. poll tax as a requisite to vote.
ment, and often tire of the same
belonged to SOMEBODY ELSE.A If
require some $360,000,000 of public Your support will be highly appre- elected I promise a cle.in. safe
friends. It is not necessary to go ciated. economical:: administration of the affairs -

to the mountains for a vacation. We funds for flood control, power; and W. C. (BILL) HOOKER. I I of the office.I .
reclamation projects. The recordsdo lot of voters will FALL for the have been a resident and tax payerof
have the facilities here in CJewiston (Paid Political advertisement) this County for the
not indicate that the Columbia is candidates that blow, and put past seventeen
; '
record is
for pleasant vacations; after all, a ; years. My open for your In-
given to floods of a serious nature. up a big, FRONT, but you'd'_ better FOR CONSTABLE/ spection.I .
vacation is nothing less thana
more or
There is already more farm' lands take time out long enough to find hope to meet every voter before
diversion from the routine of busi- To the Voter' of District One the primary but may not be able to
available for cultivation than thereis out WHO'S BACK of"them.. r hereby announce my candidacy for do so, do not feel slighted If, I fail
ness pleasure. any need for, without adding to re-election as Constable for the First to see you. Many people prefer not
Picture : District of Hendry County. to be bored by candidates taking up
yourself lounging lazily
the over supply by irrigating desert I don't know whether my boy friend If re-elected to this office I will their time.

beside some mountain stream, or wastes, and so far as power develop- MrLea of Bradenton, sprained his continue to serve you in the same efficient I would appreciate the opportunity\
manner I have given in the to serve at least term official
more vigorously engaged in battling one as an
ment is concerned there seems to ankle, or saw some "hand writin"somewhere
past, and shall always work for the of the county I had some partin
some game bass-certainly this is a be no shortage wherever in the territory or what, anyhow, I guess best interests of Hendry county. creating.
form diversion. Or let mind I will appreciate vote and Vote for 'J. R.
of for
your all your sup Doty tax collector,
that could be served by the your poor FARMERS he was fix- port.
wander get your neighbor: to vote for him then
aimlessly to a refreshing Columbia river. in' to help will have to WAIT a while E. B. BUTLER. we will all three be happy.J. .
beach where from all partsof (Paid Political
persons Advertisement) R. DOTT.
USUAL. You know
AS Georgewas
How can we look for anything but onger
( political advertisement)
the country gather to enjoy thesunshine
tax; Increases, let, alone tax reduction, rarin' and snortin' about goin'to FOR CLERK CIRCUIT c RT"i i
and rest. Don't you geta FOR TAX COLLECTOR:
Congress but with his "Lunacies"and -
if projects not demanded by the pub- I
pleasant reaction to your thoughts? I To the Voter of Hendry County: I
lic at large, are forced onto the helpless a lot of other things to look after I hereby announce myself a candidate To the Voter<< of Hendry County:

To those who because of press of taxpayer? it seems the DRANE was too for re-election to the office of Clerk I date I hereby for the announce office of Tax myself Collector a candi-of

.business "or other reasons are not much for him so he decided to DROP Circuit Court, subject to- the' Demo-' Hendry County, subject to the voters;?
In cratic Primary in June. of the Democratic party in the June
position to enjoy a vacation trip OUT. If nominated and elected I promise
According to recent estimates the primary, and if nominated and :electedi! '
try this method: Here within a few honest and faithful service, as I have
I ,promise to run the office in a clean- ...
I -
is million :
|!government spending seven endeavored to render in the past. '
hours journey of Clewiston we have I accurate, business' like manner and'
[i dollars more each day than it receives And all you birds that was savin' Thanking you for past favors and serve the people to the best of' my/
both coasts of Florida and woods for continued I
as your support am,
I in revenues. little "X" marks to tag Tom Ham '- ability.I .
tempting as any in the resort terri-I mond with in' the Governor's race Yours to serveWILLIAM T., HULL. have lived in this part of the state

tories. Give yourself a T cation by t This amounts to $5,000.00 a min- (Paid Political advertisement) for over 20 years ond am well -known
will have to start suckin' your pen- by all the older residents of the countywho
ute. continues until the end
meeting friends. those
neighbors cils and figure out another place for can vouch for my Integrity: and
whom you had intended to call. You !',of -.e fiscal year, the Federal. budget FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE business ability.In .
'em. Anyhow Tom can tell his conclusion. I wish to that I
,will find them w;;: miss balancing by the sum of say
interesting and !
they grand-children that he nearly ran for At the request of many friends I am Was one of the prime movers In creating -
will: open brain cells that have been !! $2 000000000. announcing for Justice of the Peace for Hendry county, but have never
I Governor once. When Tom came the First District of Hendry County.In held one of her offices: but now I am
closed while you have stuck so closely j Nothing could b : ..row! the na-
all matters brought before the
I for
out and announced that he was gonna seekingone. so thank you yourvote
to :your business. Try ,some new'ture and importanc e. tuj tax problems Justice's court I have dealt fairly and and support.
QUIT a lot of folks says, "Well, I'll impartially with all concerned, and at V'T'truh" yoursD.
sport. Take golf tennis boat- in this Increased "
up or country. gov- all times have worked for better-
be SWITCHED", and now all the a G. :McCORMICK.Paid .
ing. All these facilities may be foundin ernmental "expenditures can resultin other candidates wonderin' whothell ment of Hendry county. If reelectedto I ( political advertisement)
the office I shall continue to
Clewiston, and new associations only two things-higher taxes and
SWITCH to. duct the office on the same policy.
formed whom you will not find uninteresting bonded indebtedness, or the failureof Your vote and support will be ap- I

American credit.Government preciated. VOTEFor
v And if it annoys you bavin all PAUL DEAM. I
retrenchment not (Paid Political Advertisement)
these candidates stop on the
The best place to criticise your __
only Federal, but state and localis street and ask for help tell themto I'
neighbor is in front of
essential to American progress. I Selden L. StewartFor
mirror. ADVERTISE in the NEWSPAPERS Diatrlct One

The bureaus and commissions must : so you can tell whether they

VOTE FOR YOUR CHOICE I be pruned if the United States is not are the type you want to vote for or the I hereby office announce of County my candidacy Commissionerfrom for i I I --c

to become one of the nations-like not. District One, Hendry county, sub- unUdge
Australia-which ject to the Democratic Primary June
England and are
Tho your heart Is sinking low 7, 1932. _
And being slowly taxed into ruin., I am running on a platform of strict i I.h'nd for :t square ilenl In support-
your faith is on the rocks; r>t law and order.
_Commenting on the absolute, nec- Political Announcements economy In expenses of the county Your solicitednnd
Tho you haven't any dough, I I government, with a fair and impartial courteously
essity for retrenchment, Melvin A. will IK nnpreofnted.Pnid .
Since the downfall of the stocks dealing not only to this district but
( political adverti pm(n t)
Traylor, president of the First Nat- to the entire county. My record as
'Taint no use to sit and frown a member of the school board is opento -:"- rf
ional Bank of Chicago and an out- FOR TAX ASSESSOR
inspection by all voters and I
And fret and storm and stew FOR REPRESENTATIVE pointwith I
standing man in public life, says: pride to the reduction in school T1
Other folks of past renown, hereby announce mv candidacy for
"I believe that discover I hereby announce my candidacy for expenses made during my term of of-I
In we .shall election as _TAX ASSESSOR for HendryCounty
Are the boat fice this board.
with you- re-election as Representative from on I
suhjfct to the Action of the
that the question of taxation, aside Your vote and support will bo greatly (
Get yourself together/ Hendry County in the state Legislature, I Democratic Primary, June 7, 1932.!
from the question of revenue for the subject to the Democratic Primary, appreciated.
With "Prosperity" your cry. June 7, 1932.If DAVE G. ALSTON. If elected I will conduct the office
Buckle 'gainst the weather payment of existing debts, is primarily (Paid Political advertisement) I I in a fair and Impartial manner and for
re-elected I will continue to work the best Interests: of the county.
And you'll win out bye and bye. one of reducing future expendi- for the best interest of the entire coun- I FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERDistrict SOLON B. CREWS. .
tures. This objective will not be ty as 1 have done in the past. One.I .
voting time is soon, Your vote and support will be ap- I (Paid Political advertisement)
unless there is drastic
accomplished a I
Help bring "good times" again. preciated. for
hereby announce my candidacy
Get out to the polls in June, change in the public attitude toward ELBERT L. STEW ART. County Commissioner of District One, I FOR TAX ASSESSOR

And Government responsibility. In other (Paid Political advertisement) ,subject to the Democratic Primary ]I -.-
vote for your choice of men. June 7th. j I: To the People of HencJry County:
words cannot continue to demand ,
-LauraIatteson.:: ., I have lived in this community for I respectfully announce as candidate
of our governmental agenciesthat FOR REPRESENTATIVETo the past 13 years and believe I know for Tax Assessor of Hendry county.subject ,

they perform for us the Increas- the needs of the district and the wishes I. to the Democratic Primary to
Success doesn't happen; it is or- the People of Hendry County: I of the people. If elected to this officeI be held in June.I .
agnized, preempted captured ing number of_ things we have been At the request of a large number of will always work for the ] belong no clique or faction. whatsoever -
by; citizens from section of Hendry but am making the race for
requiring of them in the past; thingswe every and for the entire county. dl8trict'l
common sense. I county, I hereby announce myself a R. B. Tax Assessor strictly on my. own
should do ourselves, and at the candidate for Representative from (Pnid political 1 I nilv'.rti ('m merits.If .

STRUGGLING : same time expect those responsiblefor Hendry County, in the next I..egisiature'l nominated a'nd elected I promise
THE TAX subject to tho action of the June FOR SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER: an honest and faithful performance of
FLOOD | Government to reduce the cost of Democratic Primary Realizing that I the duties of the office, and fair aivl

k its administration." the best results can only be obtainedby Being keenly interested in the welfareof Impartial treatment toward all. It
the Representative and State sena- shall be purpose and endeavor !.t.
A reasonable return to the county and especially in the my
prosperity;' tor cooperating. I shall cooperate to school system, I am announcing my all times to help you In every way I
cannot take place as long as busi- the fullest extent with our State Sena- candidacy for election as a member of can.I .

nes. r.aist first absorb the astonish- tor for the best:: interest of the entire the Hendry County Board of Public In- will _appreciate your vote and sup
) county. I Invite careful comparisonof struction. I am not a politician. but port.
ingl rapid increase in governmental j my record In the 1929 Legislature just a citizen who is seeking to assistin Yours to serve,

: exp nilitures in our nation, according -{ $3 Late with that of my successor. I the upbuilding this county.I W. L. ;\fURRA Y. -1
- to President Your vote and influence will be ap will appreciate your support in the (Paid Political advertisement) jp"K

Joe H. Gill, of the| 00o preciated. Primary June *:...
Florida Power and Light Company. LOUIS O. GRAVELY.Paid I 7th.CHARLIE MINER. FOR TAX ASSESSOR

"The situation has reached the'!I t{ Qlassify ( Political, advertisement) (Paid Political advertisement) To I the respectfully P..opleof Hendry announce County my :candi-

point where further increases In cost FOR SUPERI.VrEXDEXT OF ( FOR COUNTY JUIIOE dacy for RE-ELECTION as TAX ASSESSOR -

of government cannot be absorbedand By RUSSELL KAY INSTRUCTION! : 'Ulu.lc,1, for Hendry County, without
it Is Secretary, Florid Pru Auocition This is to announce my 'To the Voters of lIt>ndr) County: pledges to anyone and without promises -
my feeling that the return for re-election to the office of Superintendent Appreciating the privilege I have had except to the people as n who'1"-,

to prosperity will be a long, hard. of Public Instruction. Hav-I of serving as County Judge for a short protecting the owner of the propertyas
up-hill climb for ins served in that capacity for the. time by appointment and believing the well UK the interests of the county.I .
America under the I They tell a story about a group of past three and one half )','UI"II! wish*] people of Hendry County recognizethe wnnt all the voters that believe I

constant drain of Its resources toy newspaper reporters chewin' their to offer my past record only us what principle that when a public officer have made a good assessor fair and
the of I know that 1ms served for only a part term, and square' to all. and who are willing to
extent that Is required you may expect me. :
today for pencils and clawln in the dandruffover I'
trust that I will continue to do theright
the position I occupy is a big one, and :his record is acceptable, he Is entitledto
the support of government activities." : the problem of writin' a suit- that it takes a big: man to fill It as it a continuance in such office for a and proper thing, to support m"
able should be filled and I'-have tried to :full term. I hereby announce my candidacy If. however you do not sec it that way
obituary the death of a cer- still friend and I am yours.
prow to it. I for County Judge: of Hendry County you are my
The San Francisco[ Chronicle makes !j tain politician who for many years T know, too that my past record can subject to the Democratic Primary Thanking you, I am your friend and
this biting statement about be improved and I feel that In I Juno and respectfully solicit an inspection present tax assessor.
force the tax: and in a number of offices, had dilllgently Is no one in the upon county better there I I of mv record for the, abort I HURD J... REEVES.

being staged in congress: "In. served the interests of one or more willing to make that improve. ;period of my incumbency. I shall be (Piud political advertisement)


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Ernest McClelland and Lonnie:1 of officers with the following named:j-abroad to the west and to the east I In fact, nowadays It Is known thata
Warren attended the fish fry held Mi3. H. E. ReIdel president; Mrs. and to the north, and to the south: proper diet will do a lot toward
i' Personal Mention Sunday afternoon at Palmdale. W. T. Lord, vice president; Mrs. E. and in thee and in thy seed shall preventing a constant tired feeling.I .

L.. Stewart, of Clewiston, treasurer, all the families of the earth be bless- leave recently seen some demonstra-
MrsE.. B. Butler and son, Jimmie and Mrs. Tom Deckman of Lake Harbor ed. And, behold, I am with thee tions where school children who had
.. have returned to Clewiston after a secretary will milk and' who had
....Kt L, 0. Sturgess motored to Okeecho- and keep thee The greater not been drinking
"' bee Saturday. I visit of several weeks in Tampa. blessing here promised was the com been getting the right kinds of foodin
MRS. HESTOR ENTERTAINSFOR ing of Jesus the Savior, through the enough variety in their diets 'were
Beder Nail spent Thursday visitingin W.: T. Hull, candidate for-clerk" MASSACHUSETTS VISITORS descendants of Jacob and ,the per- induced to drink milk and were given
Lakeland.J. of the circuit court, was here Tues- sonal blessing that God would be more greens and fruits, etc., in their
day in tho interest of his campaign. Mrs. H. A. Bestor entertained Friday with Jacob and would not leave him. diet. In the language of' the stock
I afternoon at a bridge in honor of "And Jacob have from little
C. Phillips, of Pahokec, was a awaked out of his yard, they come
visitor here Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Osborne have:Miss Billie Artasani and Mrs. Art- sleep. and he said Surely the Lordis runty, scrawny pale, sallow looking;
-- i arrived here to reside. Mr. Osborne asani, of Arlington; Mass. in this place; and I kenw it not critters to plump, round, bright looking

Miss Elizabeth West was a week' is an employe of the U. S. engineers."I Guests were Mrs. Leland Perkins, And he was afraid, and said, How youngsters and have made re-,
tend visitor in Miami. I' 'Mrs. T. V. Watson, Mrs. E. R. Fon- dreadful is this place! this is none markable gains in weight.
Mrs C. 'McDonald and children.'taine, Miss Artasani, Mrs. Artasani other but the house of God, and this When I was a kid I had, a brother
Mr. and Mrs. T. V. Watson were. Carol and Caroline motored "to Orlando Mrs. J..'P.: Percy, Mrs. .C.: L. Downs, is the gate of heaven." He had not who objected to taking medicines.
'Tuesday visitors in Miami. Friday, where they spent the;Mrs Fred Hill. Mrs. R. Y. Patterson known that God was with him but When the old folks wanted to give
weekend visiting. : Mrs H. J. B. Scharnberg, Mrs. he knew, after his experience of that him iron out of a bottle, he always

)ill:.. and Mrs. Fred Hill attended IF.I Deane Duff, Mrs. Harry Vaughn night. We can know God and Christ said he'd go out and eat a few nailsor
;' *the theatre in Pahokee Sunday.J. I I Miss' Prances Tippey Ernest Mc;and Mrs. W. P. Vaughn Sr. only by personol spiritual contact' old plows for his iron. He didn't
Clelland, Miss Winifred 'Wintle and Mrs C. L. Downs held high score with them. know then that he really could eat

A. Plunkett and A. L. Hackett John Mallard motored to Pahokee Mrs Fred Hill, second high, and Jacob felt he was at the house of iron in his food raisins and spinach

were Sunday visitors: in Pahokee. I I Thursday evening. Miss Artasani and Mrs.Artasan'.werepresented : God, and at the door of heaven. being among the foods particularlyrich
I with guest prizes.A Would it not be a happy thing If our in iron.

Mrs. R. E. Kurtz, of Fort_ :\1yers'l Miss Billie Artasani of Mrs. Art- delightful salad and sandwich Churches were all such that when we Also in the, old days when a child
asani, of Arlington, Mass.. sister and I course was served.'uitbap. enter them could
spent the week-end visiting here. we as did not develop a good bone ,system
I mother of Mrs. J. P. Percy, are vis- then felt? thought it"was
and had poor teeth we ,
Thomas 'f LeBelle. spent,iting in Clewiston for several weeks. just nature. But now we know that
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the week-end visiting in Clewiston. -- I FOODS HAVE IIMPORTANT the child should have been given
Mr. and Mrs. D. G- Alston and lime like milk.
EFFECT'ON' GROWTH AND more foods, rich in ,
daughter Martha Nell, and Eva Al-
Mrs. Emily Rtckmeyer. of Chicago, Ion INDUSTRY OF CHILDRENBy
spent last week visiting in Clewis ston, left Thursday for Richland. Ga.,I
ton. where they will visit relatives for -- NOTICE OF ADOPTIONNotice
two weeks.: They returned yesterday.Mrs. FOR MAY 15, 1932 Spuds Johnson is hereby given that J.; K. Baker -
-' and Hazel Baker will, on the 27th
J. "M. Alston, of the U. S. Engineers "That tired feeling" is more or less day of :May, 1032, make application by
Frances Thiers and Thomas Subject: Jacob at Bethel. petition to the Hon. Geo. W. White-
, has returned to Clewiston to common to all of us occasionally and hurst, Judge of the Circuit Court in
: : Hooks left Wednesday for, Americus, Golden Text: "I am with thee, and particularly in the spring. When I nnd for Hendry County, Florida, for
-o-side. Ga., the home of Mrs. Thiers. Mrs. will keep thee in all places whither was a }youngster the old folks used to the adoption by them of Beulah Mae
and will said date, duly file
Fontaine and Thiers has, spent several weeks in thou goest." Gen. 28:15. call it "born laziness" when they applied petition News therefore on and will therefater
'Troy Puryear. motored to, Pahokee Clewiston visiting her sister, Mrs. Time and place: 1760 B. C.; Beer- the rod to induce me to work a in due course, request appointment of

;/Sunday. I IMrs. Thomas Hooks. sheba and Bethel. little faster or a little more steadily.I a in guardian_due course ad,lltem set down and will the thereafter said ,petition -
Lesson Text: Gen. Ch. 27-28 Now, however, it seems that the for hearing said Court and at
Lee and C. K. Davis attended I Mrs. L. Spicer, Miss Marion Ley- (Printed, Gen. 281017..). trouble is not "born laziness." and I such hearing the adoption, will seek by an them order of authorizing said-

1U1 fish fry at Palmdale Sunday afternoon. dig, Miss Beatrice KettI, Mrs. H. R. Practical Truth: Talents may be that it can be remedied by other'child, and of all matters proper and

Hall, and H. P. Peterson attendedthe 'a blessing or a curse. means than the hickory ,switch. l April incident 29, to May such 6-13-20.proceedings.
theatre in' Pahokee Sundaj' I I Introduction: The books say that

H. A. Rider, of LaB Ile, candidate Miss Dot Moorman. Miss Roberta 1| The Scripture records: 'Isaac -
for county judge, was 'here Tuesday George. Francis Fulgam and Roy'"was old. and his eyes were dim, so :*"*"*..\.*..*..*..*M*..:..:M*..V.*..*..*..*..*..*..*..*..'..4M*......*..*..*..V*M*..*..:..*W:..\.*..:+*......*M.%..*+:-:0"VI
I on business. Green attended the theatre in Fort that' he could not see.' He decided .f'

Myers Sunday. 'j[to bestow the patriarchal blessing I; :
:Mrs. M. E. Cause and Miss Annie I upon his eldest son, Esau. The ad- y..
Stein of Jacksonville Recent out of town visitors here!I I vantages to the eldest. son were not
visitors here. were week-end include J. J. 'Whitaker, of Ft. Myers,definitely fixed in patriachal times. _i i Open to the Public I

J. R. Whitaker of. Ft. Myers, Mr. and However, four distinct promises are

t Dick Miller, of West Palm Beach,I Mrs. R. L. Crum of Ft. Myers. Mark j,I noted,in the blessing pronounced by L

spent Tuesday in Clewiston? transact-i Hudsey of Jacksonville, Arthur Hill-'Isaac upon Jacob (Gen. 27:28, 29). I
;' ing business '. brath of West Palm Beach, Mr. and;, 1. Fertile soil 'fatness of the "
Mrs. Henry Gold of West Palm earth.' 2. Abundance of provision :1: '
i Moderate Green Fees I;
F i! Miss Jewel Russell Andrew Berry Mr. and Mrs. Lee Patrick of Beach.l 'plenty of corn. and wine.' 3. '

and Carl Johnson spent Sunday in Mrs. Kettner of Palm Beach Authority and lordship. 4. Jacob '
:J'nrl: Myers. I Shafer of Miami S. K. Jonesof: Ja'ck-I:I was the channel through which men Exceptional Fairways i
sonville, and Bill Scaggs, should be blessed. According to
Bader Nail, -Harvey Gurthrie and!tative of the Hav-a-Tampa represen-I Josephus it would be impossible to _:i: Interesting Grass Greens :_
alter this after Isaac had
Joe Cato attended the ball game in A'y
Ft. Myers Sunday t EVERGLADES GARDEN discovered his mistake. ,Heb. 12:16, +. :;:
.1. -Th.
: ::
:t: :
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Prewitt and, When Jacob and his mother had A .
]. L. C. Sturgess attended the theatre Belle Glade, Fla., May 7-The Upper carried out their conspiracy to have 'X '
The Most
lJi in Pahokee Sunday.Mr. Everglades Garden Club were I Isaac give Jacob the blessing which *. Popular j=i
hosts Friday afternoon to Mrs. Al- belonged to Esau the latter returned A**

and Mrs. Fred Puryear, of Mi- fred G. Kay of Palm Beach Mrs. R. from the plains and learned the t Recreation Center '
ami, spent the week end here visitingMr. E. Wolfort of Coral Gables, Mrs. Al- facts from his father Isaac, and :: =

and Mrs. C. L. Downs.Mr. fred J. Beck of Ft. Lauderdae and Esau said "is he not rightly named ",
Mlrs.' F. L. Seymore of Miami ,as' Jacob? for he hath supplanted me :i: In Clewiston 1:
and Mrs. F. Topper left, Clew- well as members of units from Clew-: these" two times; he took away my A

iston Wednesday for an extended.visit iston, South Bay, and Moore Haven. birthright;. and, behold, now he hath h v, j
: in Kentucky and Illinois. Tho club held its annual election' taken away my blessing." .i.. J
"And Esau hated Jacob became
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'i..................................*<..X..X..X..X..X..X*<..X*<..X..X..X..X..X..X..X..X-X X..-X..*X I of the blessing wherewith his father ;i; 1
blessed him: and Esau said in his
-..:-. }.1:. heart.. The days of mourning for my Clewiston Golf Course i

A A father are at hand; then will I slay : '
A my brother Jacob. And these wordsof A
Ay Esau her elder, son were told to A Y
Ay A Y
Rebekah: and she sent and called
AY Jacob her younger son, and said unto ........................................................!........,.................................................................. .....-..-- ....'t..._. .--, .--' ..''t... ......X....
y y.I him, Behold thy brother Esau, :as I.-- "

y y A touching' thee, doth comfort himself .
A hy purposing to kill thee., Now therefore ;'. '.!: ;"{ W.i: :< u w Rt
Ay I my son, obey my voice; and
A arise flee thou to. Laban my brotherto r- I
Haran." Then ,Rebekah arranged

:_:: 8OOO Claims in Five Years for' Issac to send Jacob to her brother
Y Laban to secure a wife from among

:', ':i: Is Your Proof of Service! :.;:. his Mother's relatives; and also .to BUILDERS
._ .:. .s.'I escape death from Esau.: Isaac'shealth
'I. :::: than '8,000'can.. for assistance :;: about this time caused his
; | or*
.. family to expect his early death but,
:;: were sent to tho American from,near .s..t. he is said to have lived forty years

..s'' ly every state in the United States and Canada -. is after ,Jacob stole the blessing. WANTEDSubstantial
: ..
Then today's lesson begins, "And
: five Sometimesthe
during the past years. .i.
; Jacob went out from Beersheba, and
:: trivial-sometimes they :1:
; accidents were went ,toward Haran. And he lighted
:;: involved personal injuries and thousandsof :;: upon a certain place, and tarried
dollars. .::j there all night, because the sun was / \.
.'. Y s .set; and lie' took of the stones of
1\ In every case, competent assistance :s:f that place, and put them. for his

3: was immediately rushed to protect the interests : pillows, and lay down in that placeto Inducemente Are

.;: of the American policyholders : from sleep his' father's He was home about fifty and miles in a Offered To Relieve the Acute

::1 i: and, to pay costs and damages for which :;: desert place. but' near Bethel where. Now Pre-
Housing 'Shortage
:_;: they were liable. Such is ,the service that :;%: Abraham had once built an altar.
favoriteautomobile ; "And he dreamed and behold ai vailing in Clewiston.
:f has made: the American Florida's :: ,
.' .j'. ladder set up on the earth, and the .f"
insurance organization.AMERICAN :,' top of" it reached to heaven: and be- .
t" hold the angels of.God ascending and /

I: ::;_.: descending on it. And, behold, the
Lord stood aobve it,. and said, I
of Abraham
am the Lord God thy
J :: Florida' Oldest Insurer of Automobile .i. father and the God of, Isaac: the
7, AF4. I:;: HOME OFFICE-ORLANDO, FLORIDA hI ::1: land .wherein thou liest, to thee willI CLEWISTONCOMPANY

f give it, and to thy seed." Jacob's
I, II y dream was not of the ordinary kind,
; t A. W. SIAS :.f': but rather a vision in which God revealed -
I '
, :: .... ';. himself to Jacob who was
: .. 1 :
greatly impressed. This was the or-
*:. District Representative ;:;;: igin of the phrase "Jacob's Ladder."

X A Ai Jacob beheld the Lord standing at PHONE W2:

: .;. the top of the ladder and the promiseto
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$!: A I'HESgx.I.A'rl\.I.; i\ nvriY i-i. oinnv COMMUNITY: : ':' Jacob was then made, which was
Administration Building Clewiston Florida
.s' madeto ,
practically the same promise
i X h Abraham' and to Isaac. L

A h "And thy seed shall be as the dust ,- -. -. .,
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attention of candidates to the state! would be given out by him or his POLL TAX PAYMENTS BY MAIL
LAMS RUlFS POLL law requiring them to file a first BABY LINDBERGH'S'DEAD I intermediaries that would cause thearrest HELD LEGAL

statement of campaign not
expenses of the abductors. The child's'mother

later than midnight :May 13. CandI- BOB FOUND ; broadcast its diet in hopes Tallahassee, Fla.. May llth-The
TAX PAYMENTREQUISITE IS dates for state and national office, I the abductors would properly care Supreme Court today ruled that poll .

he said, must file with him whether!, for the sick child. Police officialsin taxes may be paid not only in person. "Jj.J"

TO VOTEAttorney they are opposed or not. CandIdates NEAR JERSEY HOME every civilized country joined In but by mail, express, telegraph order
i for the legislature and county offices a world wide search and hundreds of or "any other recognized means.""

t must file with the clerk of the clues were traced clown in vain attempt The question was raised In an appeal
!Circuit Court 'in the county wherei SHALLOW GRAVE REVEALS BODY to locate the child of the from Hillsborough county in "which

General Gives Opinion I they,.. reside. AFTER 72 DAYS OF VIGIL world renowned flier And the bodyof L. D. McGregor sought an injunction

Reported Jackson: County, ; .Plan I A host of candidates qualified for, OF ENTIRE WORLD the child was located less than preventing J. M. Burnett, county tax

1 national' Democratic convention delegates -! .- five miles from the secluded home of collector from collecting poll tax

Regardless of any agreement they state senators Circuit judges The body of Charles Augustus its parents. payments and redlining receipts oy

may have made to the contrary. Jackson and other posts. Lindbergh, Jr was found In a badly Every effort was made to establish mail.

county residents must pay their' Secretary of State Gray announcedthe decomposed condition, half buried in contact with the abductors of the

poll taxes to be qualified for voting following qualified by mall today leaves and dirt a few rods from a young Lindbergh child. Members of PROTECTION OF INDIANS .

In the approaching: Democratic primary for participation in the June prI- country road less than five miles i the underworld announced their will- IS SOUGHT BY RITTER

Attorney General Carv D. Lan-,maries: from his home where he was kId- ingness to cooperate with the kid- .

dis said. I I Delegate to the national conven- naped March first. napers to return the child to its Judge Halsted L. Ritter of United
'tion, state at large, Eli Futch, Gaines- The shock to the entire world over rowing parents-and
If persons were allowed to vote give no sor-I States District court yesterday sen-
without paying poll taxes, he said.: yule,' Bryan Mack, Daytona Beach news of the child's kidnaping 72 the identity of the kidnapers. tenced Lewis Tynor. Okeechobee, to

the result might be Invalidation of.I" and Val C. Cleary Miami. Delegate days ago had no parrallel in American to no avail. On April 9th it was an' a year and a day in the Atlanta penitentiary -

State-wide as well as local elections. (, from fourth district, Robert H An- newspaper history until news was nounced that Col. Lindbergh, throughDr. for persistent violation of

The attorney general's opinion was i iderson i Jacksonville; Joseph H. Jonc: flashed from Hopewell last night John F. Condln, his ,intermedIary -,I the dry laws and for selling liquor

In rr-ply from au Inquirer from Bay]Orlando., that the body of the noted child had paid $50,000 ransom. to : to Seminoles. Judge Ritter said he:
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county. The lnqu.ti inferred tot i LAWS GOVERNING THE PRLMARY had been found In a shallow grave. persons supposed to have been In will not be disposed to leniency for

publication la The Flor.da: Times- ARE GIVEN I! The discovery was made by two contact with the kidnapers, and for anyone charged with selling liquorto

Union of Jacksonville of a dispatch negroes, Orville Wilson and William which he was supposed to receive the Indians.

from Marianna saying Jackson coun- (Continued from page one:) i Allen, who promptly reported their the child. Walter B. Lesvic. special Indian

ty candidates and county commissioners There is no provision of law which ;; find to Ktopewell police officers. i The saddening news of the recovery department deputy, has been assigned

met Tuesday and decided to per- entitles an elector to vote on election i When positive indentification was of the child's body relievesa to Florida to direct special efforts

mit all white Democrats to vote in day, in an election held in this state' I Inhen made a statement was issued by Col. suspense that has hung over the such as are In force in Arizona to

the primaries regardless of whether said elector is absent from the: H. Norman Schwarkoph of the New world for the 'past 72 days as to stamp out, liquor selling to the In-

poll taxes were paid. The Tim s-Un- state on the day of election. Absen-: Jersey police, containing: the .meagre I whether or not the child was alive Indians and will work with J. L.
Ion's item said it vas a Jackson county ,news of finding the body of the long and well. The tenseness of nations Glenn, Dania, Indian'commissioner
tee ballots rnajbe cast only within
custom of some 10 years standing."I the state. sought child. The; body was clothed I has snapped.; The world, from rulers for Florida.

know nothing about what the Poll Tax I in a flannel undershirt. Accordingto i I to peasants exp resses sympathy for George Walker, Okeechobee, charg_
facts are with reference to Jackson I : the Mercer county physician, the the parents in their bereavement.TWO ed with selling liquor'to the Indians
To participate in the June primary
county," the attorney general wrote. those electors who are otherwise I child had been dead for several I I was given a six-months suspended y '

"but the fact is the general law with qualified must pay their poll tax on I weeks. I WILD TURKEYS BjRfNG FINE jail sentence by Judge Ritter and !". -, T

reference to the requirement of poll or before the third Saturday preced- A small hole in the child's skull OF' $300 probated for two years. Frank Aid:" ;.- r

tax paymnt as a prerequisite to voteIs ing theday of the primary election, gave evidence that it had been mur- erman, Okeechobee. was given a, 60-,' '::-:'':",

clear xxx and reads as follows: May 21 being the last day.: dered with a sharp' instrument, apparently E. L. (Bert) Lasher, operator of day suspended sentence and two years .,

'That no person, unless exempt a few days after it was Musa Isle Indian village, convictedby ,probation, and J. M. Moody, Miami

under the provisions of the law relating 57 NAMES FILED FOR ENTRY stolen on the evening of March'1st.. a jury Monday for possessing two was given a 90-day sentence in Dade

to general elections, shall be IN THE JUNE PRIMARIES t When news of the kidnaping was wild turkeys out of season, was fined county Jail.

permitted to vote at a primary elec-I ,! firs *&' shed around the world, 'every $300 and cost by Judge W. F. Brown_

tion, who shall have failed to pay (Continued from page one) efro 3. made to recover the young in Court of Crimes Tuesday. He Some men give their wives ten

xrx his poll tax for the two years For School Board Member, Dist. 1 I Line child. That thought was I paid and also pleaded guilty to another -i i. cents for the church for the same

next preceding the year in which said < (Felda) uppeiW The punishment of the charge, that of possessing five reason they buy lightning rods. .
primary election shall be held. nor II abductors was secondary. Col. Lind- deer out of season. On the latter
A. G. Carr.
shall any person be permitted to vote Mrs. Homer V. Taylor.M. bergh made known the fact that he i plea he was given an indeterminate You can afford to be defeated. rid-

at any such election whose name does L. Williams.For : would pay any ransom to gain back suspended sentence pending good be- iculed, denounced and prosecuted

not appear on the registration booksas School his child, and that no information havior for 6 months.-Miami Heraid. but you cannot afford to be wrong.
Board Member, Dist. 2 ,
required law.' -- -
"You will see. therefore, that any t --- .
Drew Hampton.For "Y'r' Hr.7L 7":;: :' "" = ":; ::M:: 31'
one who does vote without payinghis
School Board Member, Dist. 3 ..
poll tax xxx violates the elect- -" .
( ) a
tion laws. The candidates and coun-
C. E. Miner.
ty commissioners of no county havea
For Constable, Dist. 1 I
legal right to waive the '
E. B. Butler.
poll taxes In Come 1'0
any way.
J. A. (Pat) Barrett.
The penalty for violating the elec-
Fol-" Constable, Dist. 2
tion laws Landis said, is a fine of
Walter Gilbert.R. .
not more than $1,000 'or imprison-

ment for not more than one year or F. Luckey. I West Palm Beach
both. Paul Justice Deam.of the; Peace, Dis.t. t

The opinion continued that "It maybe I
Justice of the Peace, Iist,3
that: some people will violate the l
George W. Howard.
election laws as they violate all laws I f
State Comraitteman.
but I cannot believe the '
good people
!' J. K .Baker- I i ;
of any county would undertake to'
State Committeman, Republican I j
male a wholesale Vi013.tio'ot the
R. Everett Burchard.
election Ia'ccause i i" weald be a 1'.LAR EAYWNSDAY9
T'wnocratic County Comimttenuui I
very serious matter indeed ,and it '
might involve numerous election contests C. W. McDonald District 1. ];I fi-

with reference to officials who Dennis Small: District 2. !
Slas L. Crouch, District 3. :
are balloted for throughout the stateor
C, Hubert, Distil-
In more than one county." j
Marvin M. Taylor. I
The inquirer said many citizens of
Republican County C 'xuuitteiuan I
Bay county were financially unable
None. District 1. MAY 18th :
to pay poll taxes. He protested the ; I { ,
C. E. Weaver, District.: 2.. .'
"apparent ;
Injustice of the people of
I Mrs. Amanda Hedges, District: 3. I
Jackson county being allowed the
None, District 4.
franchise and those of Cay county) :I {

:xxx deprived of their ballot." -- I LOW PRICES WILL f



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course from South Florida to hi8.1,
Palm Beach- home in Jacksonville after an :

State comptroller: Ernest Amos, sence of five weeks from headquarters Cash Prizes DOLLAR DAY

incumbent, J. M. Lee, Sebring.I" !
Van C. Swearingon: Miami, today In an interview given to the News,

was announced qualified with the after his talk here, Martin said
i $15 First More merchants have been making greater
state executive committee at Lake'[parts ol the speech he had prepared:
City. plans than ever before to make your DOLLARS
for his
Hendry county audiences had \
State commissioner or agriculture: I been omitted because he was pressed I $10 Second do things you've never dreamed they could do.

Franklin O. King, Orlando ,and Nathan for time at each town. He declared I] Never before has it been possible to buy so

Mayo, incumbent. I he was in favor of state control of I many things of quality or

Railroad Commissioner: R. Hud-I fires in the Everglades area; that he : $5 ThirdThese so much for a dollar. NcMBtR .

son Burr, Tallahassee; Olden A. Bird, opposed the practice of hiring relatives -| COME TO WEST PALM

Jacksonville; George Davis, Palatka; in state offices
; and that if he will be awarded BEACH WEDNESDAY.
W- D. Douglass, Lake: City; John W. is returned to the -state capitol he I I You'll SAVE by buying on
Newbern to the three persons forming
Newberry Tom
J. Red-
; will
see that these principles are I
i DAY. Remem-
ding, Leesburg, and Lester Wells, carried out. the most words from the letDOLLAR
Tallahassee. I ters In "Dollar Day," such as ber, only the Official Dollar vuuocACH

United States Senator Duncan U. BlBAN PRICKS DROP OFF i Doll Roll, Yard, etc. In case Day Stores offer Certified orcoMMCRCL

Fletcher is unopposed for renomina- AS SHIPMENTS INCREASE! of a tie the winning list shall Bargains. Look for '

tion. Four cabinet places are not -- I be decided according to neat- the sign.

contested and there are no contests (Continued from page one) ness and arrangement.Your .
for the three places on the Supreme
court. port says: Harvest of 28,300 acres list of words must be

of melons has begun from the south- I deposited In a box that will ,
Attorney General Landis advised '
Secretary Gray to qualify any candi-i ern part of the state. The average'I! be placed In the, Chamber of SEE WEST PALM BEACH NEWSPAPERS

dates whose applications arrived in'today's ';:yield forecast is 300 melons per acre' I* Commerce between the hours tJ:
'or a production of 8,490.000 melons. jj SUNDAY MONDAY and
mail.G of 8SO a. m. and 6:00 p. m. ,
Lake county will start shipping about
: rv- issued a statement calling the Wednesday, May 18, "Dol TUESDAY FOR COMPLETE DE.
the 15th III
May, while Trenton
- _. -. .- _,- -- ,- j lar Day." Winners will be an-

..:":";":":":":":":":+:":":":-:0----:. Archer Florida, will and begin other the central 10th parts 15th of nounced In the local papers, TAILS -. BUT MAKE PLANS NOW "
?;.:...:-:.:--1N1N:NN:M:.%N N:N:..:N NIi NON N NON:. of June. Live Oak and other north not later than Sunday, May22nd. TO BE HERE.

C. E. STEBEL Florida areas will begin about June .
20th. and west Florida about the .I

Dealer In 1 25th." Melons'are reported as being

"very good quality."
General Electric Refrigerators SPONSORED BY MERCHANTS DIVISION
I Tomato pickings are reported as I

Electrochef about to begin around Plant City
StovesRadios : which area, the report says, willifurnish

Radio and Repairing Supplies I:1 shipped most out of of the the stae.May" tomatoes WEST d PALM BEACH CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

Pahokee Florida Blessed are the poor who have no

C .:.:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:_:..:_:..:..:..:_:.:. credit. They pay cash, and have no .,

"X"rrx"'r-; :. I"'easy payments tn torment thfJP1'"] !. .F-: J1 t: .f.'J' T !o. .q-.t iJ". ." .. "- .- -, ..- '. .,. ." ,, .,