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 20, 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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CHICAGO, May 17-Brog G. Dahl- Rev. W. T. Bailey pastor of the
berg president of the Celotex com 31ewlston Community Church, has

pany, returned to Chicago today with been selected to deliver the baccalaureate : -

.a' a new bride, the former Mrs. Gilda address at the graduation
DIES AT DETROIT Relief For Worxers Uncovered FOR LEVEE WORK
>: Krieger Lichtie of Miami Beach, Fla. exercises of the LaBelle high school

Dahlberg was divorced less thana At Meeting of Board Dr. Bailey will deliver the address
WAS ONE OF FIRST TO VISUALIZE month ago from the former Misss I .-- I Sunday, May 29.BREAKERS.

CITY OF CLEWISTON AND Mary Alexander of San Saoa, Texas, West Palm Beach. May; 17-With JUNIOR ENGINEERS ASSIGNED

TO DEVELOP SECTION who said she preferred to live in salaries and all other operating ex- CLEWISTON OFFICE MAY

Spain. I penses of the Everglades drainage MOVEIN INDICATE NEW WORK

News of the death of Mrs Marian Announcement of Dahlberg's latest district stopped by the Federal court

:Newhall O'Brien, which occured at venture in matrimony was made for the time being, employes for the VICTORY The suction dredge 'Congaree' and

;her country home. Grosse Pointe- from the offices of the Celotex company district have agreed to continue at DRIVE 5 tow boats, Kaliga. Wekiva Shirley

:near Detroit, Michigan, May eighth their posts until the situation is ad Carter, Balboa, Tortugas, two 75-ft.

.:: reached friends here early this week.I justed, Ben Herr, secretary of the FOR FOURTH WIN' steel barges. and 50 pontoons are on

Mrs. O'Brien's death came followinga drainage board, said this'evening.. their way to the federal dike project

4 very short illness. The details of I LUMBER PLACEDON The board he said. could take no I work in Lake Okeechobee. The equip-

her illness were not given., action on the situation until the Fed- BREAKERS TURN ATTENTION TO ment is the property of the U. S.

.. Mrs. O'Brien was the wife of Capt.J. eral court at Pensacola issues a de- LMPROVED FT. MYERS TEAM. government and will be used in the

J. O'Brien, pioneer developer of VENTURA FOR cree covering the operating expense SUNDAY levee work now going on here. The

j 1 the Everglades, and was one of the matter, after which action the drain- boats are making their way in Lake

first to visualize a city on the site age board might seek relief In the For the third consecutive Sunday Okeechobee and will be assigned work
BOY SCOUTS' HUT the Clewiston Cane Breakers smashed
where Clewiston now stands. courts. I from the sub-office of the U.S. engineer
through with victory. The latest
rt She also did much to develop the I That the Federal court's recently at Clewlston. 9
victim was the Moore Haven team
I tr': ife fit town of Moore Haven and the community -f TROUP PLANS MUCH WORK FOR issued opinion in the suit brought by here Sunday afternoon, with a 12-1 While the forces of the McWilliams

[ near that place which bears I H. C- Rorick, Toledo, Ohio, and other construction company are rapidly leveling .
SUMMER SWIMMING CLASS I score before one of the best gatesof
\ ,her maid2n'name, Newhall. ;
I drainage district bondholders had the the old levee in preparation to

1 Mrs. O'Brien came to Florida from WILL BE HELD caused the district to withhold all season. construction of'the new dike near the
Rush went through the' whole
r the west coast in 1916 and began at expenditures for operation was re- gameon site of the old levee It is expectedthat
the mound for the
once to assist in the building of the Lumber was placed on location this vealed today when the board met here Breakers and aditional forces will be used in
the big right hander his
at best
Everglades. Most of her attentionand week for a hut for members' of Boy for its monthly session. I was the next 60 days on the levee. Two
displaying dangerous form
that of her associates was direc- Scout troop 23 here. and work on This opinion it was said at the I throughthe new junior engineers, N. A. Neilsenand
entire with the
ted toward the Southern rim of Lake _the construction will begin at an board's offices held in part that II his game visitors at C. L. Trainer arived in Clewiston

',_ Okeechobee. early date Scoutmaster A. H. King acreage taxes collected should be ap-. mercy. After walking two men this week from the Savannah, Ga,
at the first of the the
,/ She, gained signal honor by being announced this week. plied to bonded debt payments and twirler settled down game big office. The assignment of these two

';', the first woman mayor of any town I The location of the hut will be that operating expenses should be of the next eleven and fanned ten men and the arival of the equipment

In Florida, when by a provision oft ''on Ventura street, near the site of j! borne by proceeds of, the' district's which men facing him is being taken as an indication that
took the heart out of the vis-
the city; charter of Moore Haven she the American Legion boxing arena. I!one mill ad valorem tax. Since prac- itors further work will soon be underwayon
: :held the office of before Details of the construction have not !! and the game developed into a
mayor even I tically no money is available from walk the projects of the lake and Ca-
/ woman's sufferage became a part of been completed but will be announced away.
,.I the one mill tax at present, payment loosahatchee.. No definite informa-
:: The Breakers got to nice
;, ;the state constitution. She was al- next week, Mr. King said. A conference away a
of operating costs, it was explained, start tion is given out from the office of
l fl, 'ways active in political and social''I with executives of the Royal had ceased, since issuance of the the first inning when Dick the federal engineers in Clewiston.

t: affairs, and at the time of her death Palm council will be held to render opinion month Hooks eased to first on a. passed
a ago. strike stole second third Five large machines of the Mc
went to
y.. was a leader'in the Woman's Organization I final decision on the type of house Several months a federal injunction -
ago Williams are working day
: for National Prohibition Re-I to be built. Lumber for the hut is in the Rorick stopped while Nail grounded out, and took company
: case home on a passed ball. Bolton walk- and night on the first contract unitof
form. While she was residing in being donated by the McWilliams payment of drainage district taxes
: the $9,000,000 project. Their con-
I ed, McLendon fanned, McFeetersbeat
Moore Haven she was appointed a saw mill at Slater, and a majority of with, district bonds.
tract calls for the construction of 6
; colonel on the staff of Governor Sid- I the work will be done by the boys in District officials said today that out an infield hit and Bolton
'. 1 I landed on,,second. Crouch struck out miles, located between Moore Haven
ney J. Catts, but resigned to campaign the troup. about $1.000 000 in bond Interest
I and for the second time In the in- and Clewiston.
; for Harding when he was a I At a meeting of the troop this weekH. I and princpal was overdue.
!' < ning Hawkins let the third strikego
candidate *, for the presidency. Miller was named as assistant I The drainage board voted; today
by which loaded the bases.
Mrs. O'Brien was the daughter of scoutmaster .for the local troup. i to grant right of ways to the state Lain through with double' Mc-to FIGHTING JUDGE ISMWANISSPEAKER

Daniel Newhall, a vice president of Active interest is being' taken In I road department for-construction of came a
center Bolton and McFeeters.
the Pennsylvania railroad and the scout work by members of the troup roads along the north banks of the scoring
tallied another in the
,-> wife of Capt. J. J. O'Brien. an executive Mr. King said, and with the oncoming -"North New river and St. Lucie drainage They third >

.J.. of the Aircraft Corporation of summer season much work is canals in Broward and Martin when McLendon got life on a thirdbaseman's
1.1>: error went to second and ,
Detroit. planned the troup. Arrangements counties.
I have been made to have a lifesaving I third on infield hits and scored on Phil D. O'Connell. former professional .
a passed
I and swimming instructor from In the fourth Dick Hooks prize fighter and instructor in
the Fort Myers troup in Clewistonall HICORIA MILL KILN an infield hit. stole second, took boxing at the University of Florida
lessons to the
next week to give who gained prominence a few weeks

r TO BE HELD SUNDAYPlans local boys. Classes will be held each third on home on Hawkin's on another wild wild throw peg, and by ago when he was elected as munic-

r 'I afternoon for scouts who plan to DESTROYED BY FIREEfficient Hawkins who was trying to catch ipal judge of the city of West Palm

pass the life saving. merit badge Beach, was principal speaker here
Dick at third. Crouch 'walked to be-
to appropriately celebrate test. Wednesday night at the weekly luni,
gin the fifth, took second 'while Mc-
| A chicken supper was given the fire fighting by membersof cheon of the Kiwanis Club.
. Memorial Day Sunday night at the Lain made first fielders choice .
on a
,i troup this week by Mr. and Mrs. the Lake Placid and Sebring departments -
c Clewiston school auditorium have and scored on Cato's single to right. Judge O'Connell, bearing none of
Jack VanLandingham at the Max- aiding the lumber mill's
' j I
been announced by the Clewiston McLain took third and Cato secondon the earmarks of a professional pugi
l well House attended by Scout' Ex- employees, saved the W. C. Sherman
post of the American Legion. the throw in. Mack scored on list but with the dignity befitting a
I ecutive Kight of Fort Myers, Scoutmaster -I plant at Hicoria from total destruc-
:: There will be no church servicesto Rush's infield hit and, Cato mov.edon yoqng municipal judge, spent the
A. H. King, ,officers of the tion' Friday afternoon, although the
conflict with the memorial exer-I to third as Rush made first. Rush fifteen minutes alloted him in dLs-
I.local troup, Van Bush, and Richard j blaze resulted in a loss approximating -
cises, which are in honor of the dead stole second. Nall grounded out, cussing the business of fighting. The
" Eestor. Edwin Ward, Robert Hare $20,000 in the complete wreck-
of all wars. third to first Cato scoring and Rush young barrister is well versed in
James Wynn and others. ing of the dry kiln and its contents.
As a special feature of the meetinga taking third on the play. A passed lore of the ring, since It was by the
An contest
inter-patrol efficiency
choir from LaBelle will present Flying sparks were credited with ball allowed Rush to score. ,Bolton adept use of his gloves that he worked
is planned with the winning patrol
the blaze which dis-
special music. starting was walked, stole second and scored onMcLendon's his way through academic and

t The following program has been i to receive camping equipment valued covered at 1:45 in the afternoon double ,to center. Total law school of the University of Florida. -

announced: I lat ten dollars.Okeechobee. after it had gained some little head- runs for the inning, five. In the early part of his discussion

!i way. With a, steady wind driving in Judge O'Connell said the greatest
Star Spangled Banner. i I Clewiston annexed another the

Invocation, Dr. W.. T. Bailey. I I the flames toward the mill em- sixth when Nail went to second on a surprise he had had in his career

Music, LaBelle Choir. County ployees of the plant fought desperately wild throw on his infield tap, took was the publicity gained by his elec-

i Remarks, Commander of the Legion -I while a call was sent to the Lake third on the first baseman's error tion as judge of the municipal courtof
..e'. To Get Dude Ranch I Placid and Sebring departments for
s' post. of Bolton's grounder and scored on West Palm Beach recently. In all

Music. Clewiston choir. help.The a passed ball. In the eighth the the news stories of his election, he

Selection, by W. C. Owen. fire fighting truck of the Roe- Breakers tallied their last count I said all mention was made of his
Harold J, Bryant, of England, and
1 Music, by the LaBelle choir. a group of Canadian and Colorado I bling estate manned by members of when McFeeters poled out a long I career as a boxer and instructor,

Reading by J. E. Beardsley. capitalists have completed its crew and assisted by Alexander triple to right and scored on an over but all failed to mention that he was '

Address., Blair, Roebling's personal represent- throw to third. a young lawyer.; Headlines such as

Music. I I ments for purchase of arrange-I ative, arrived within 30 minutes of Aside from the hurling of Rush, "Ex-pug elected magistrate," "Former -
. li11 Okfechobee county and
I Benediction, Father F. J. Finne- to purchase 13 000 acres more in the discovery of the blaze and the the game developed no outstanding I Fighter Named Judge," and. the

agn. I equipment functioning perfectly, aid- performance. Joe Cato led with the like heralded his election,
the same county; for the operationof
[F- Tl)'o service will be conducted at! ranch' ed retaining the flames in the kiln. willow for the Clewistonites and
.. a 'dude and cattle farm,
the school auditorium and is scheduled Shortly afterward the Sebring truckin fans were impressed with the team's
: according to an announcement made
t' at charge of Chief Altvater arrivedat Bridge Tournament
[ ) begin promptly eight in West Palm Beach early this week.I general improvement.The
l o'clock. the blaze and helped combat the Breaker will be called upon
!: The 6000 acres is located six miles j New LeadersFive
--- spread of the flames. Sunday by Fort Myers for a return Brings
north of Okeechobee City in what is
[ South of the demolished structure game it being understood that the
Candidates See Poll
known as the Opal tract and the
3,000,000 feet of lumber valued at Fort Myers outfit will bring a much
13,000 acres adjoins. tables were in play at thin
$45.000, is piled, weathering into I improved team over the one Clewis
I Payment List ;row; The sale was made by the Con- shape for shipment. Less than 50 ton walloped 8 to 2 a couple of weeks week's session of the Contract Bridge

[ solidated Land Company. It is un- feet of open space separated the first I ago. Tournament at the Clewiston: Inn

While each of the precincts in Hen- derstood that the tract will soon of these huge piles of lumber from Monday night. Particularly out

t; dry county is drawing the attention be cleared and a stock of cattle will the kilns. The loss was covered by Fifth standing was the play of Miss Jamye

t of the 53 candidates for democratic be placed on the land. insurance company officials said. I County Rally to Williams and W. C. Hooker, who

f, nomination, especial attention seems led the North and South teams witha

to be paid to Clewiston, if one Is to URGES WOMEN TO VOTE Be in LaBelle SaturdayHendry high score of 2730, against a North
l, fA judge be the number of visits paid and South average of 1020 plus.

this precinct during the past week. ORLANDO, May 19-Women vot- HAVE NAMES ON BALLOTS county's fifth political Mrs. Downs and W. M. Redelsheimerwere

I L All attention has been paid to the ers this year should turn out solidly rally will be held in LaBelle at the second with a score of 2030

II' growing list of voters who are preparing in the June primaries and pay; closer I Politics may be tough on the voters school auditorium Saturday night which enabled the latter to .maintain -

for election days by having attention to the qualification of who have to decide for whom to cast at eight o'clock, as candidates for his lead in the tournament
f." their poll taxes paid. Thursday' candidates than ever before if they their ballot, but take it from the offices will gather in that city for standings by a small margin over

I: morning this list had reached more are to keep on advancing the value the second time to talk to the as Hooker, who moved up to second
I candidates it is much to run
I i ; i than 325, with those who are daily I and influence of equal rights for worse sembled voters. This rally is to be place as a result of the night's play.

li I I checking the growing list of quai'- women. said Mrs. Franklin O. King for an office. Hendry county can- fifth on the list of six scheduled East and West average was 996 minus -

, fiedvoters saying that Clewiston will I upon her completion this week of didates paid in the sum of $1,499.48in meetings arranged by the county and the pairs were topped by

," poll close to 100 votes on June 7. j j her first tour of practically every order to have their names placedon Democratic executive committee. The Miss Marion Leydig and Miss B. Ketti

The deputy poll tax collector will section of Florida as chauffeur and last is scheduled for Clewiston, at' with a score of 300 minus. A fea-
I I the balots, a check of the clerk'soffice
be in her office all daySatu rday to advance agent for her husband State the school auditorium June first. ture of the play was the uniformityof
issue receipts. Saturday, May 21st'Senator Franklin O. King in his I showed after the last hour for Each of the preceding four rallies the East-West scoring, less than

is the last day in which poll. taxes race for Commissioner of AgriC'llturel qualification had i passed last Friday has been' declared a success by candidates 1400 points separating the five pairs)

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II THE GLEWISTON NEWS the figures are astounding to all who Caesar with an offer to make him- FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC just a citizen who Is seeking' to assistIn
INSTRUCTIONThis the upbuilding of this county.I .
Ida as a milk producing state. Wis- self king or emperor. A stroke, will appreciate your support in the

Published every; Friday in Clewiston, consin, a middle western state where moreover, would have been easy of Is to announce my candidacy Primary June 7th.

Florida the CLEvTISTON NUV7S, for re-election to the office of Super- CHARLIE MINER
ey cattle must bo protected and fed forat accomplishment. The colonies were
intendent of Public Instruction. HavIng (Paid Political advertisement)
Inc. least four months of the year, were beggared 'by the war. Their served in that capacity for the --.i-.I

realize the vast possibilities of Flor- governments were slack and weak. past three and one half years I wishto FOR COUNTY JUDGE 1rJr, -
offer my past record only as what -
Entered as second class matter. ships milk to Florida where cattle The Revolutionary army was the one you may expect of me. I know that To the Voter of Hendry County:

February 1. 1927, at the Post Officeat may graze for twelve months. cohesive, national power in the land. the position I 'occupy Is a big one, and Appreciating the privilege I have had
that it takes a big man to fill it as it of serving as County Judge for a short
Olewlston, Florida under, the Act Accordln gto the report of the To a man the soldiers worshipped should be filled, and I have tried to time by appointment and believing the

of March 3, 1897. Miami bureau of Dairy Inspection ; Washington, and with their aid he grow to it. people of Hendry County recognizethe

Dade county produced 3.553,333 gal-I could have taken over control of the I know, too, that my past record can principle that when a public officer and
be has served for only a part terra
improved upon, and I feel that thereis
A newspaper devoted to the best Ions of milk In 1931 and consumed I' nation. As near as that at this no one in the county better preparedor his record is acceptable, he Is entitledto

Interests of, Hendry County, Florida. 2,719,078 gallons which} gives a surplus stage of America's history, was the more willing to make that improve- a continuance In such office for a
ment than I am.Ve full term. I hereby announce my candidacy -
have tried
Its leading newspaper. of gallons which was I i to becoming a monarchy. County
834,225 :country give you good schools, and will not for County Judge of Hendry -

used in the manufacture of ice cream. I| And yet it was a great distance be satisfied with anything short of the subject to the Democratic Primaryin
solicit an Inspection -
June, dnd respectfully
.Subscription rate: per year$2.00 butter and cottage cheese. :',: away. To George Washington the us very will best give.that the funds Intrusted to of my record for the sort

Outside ,of State of Florida .____$2.50 What Miami and Dade county have temptation of kingship was no temp- We must economize. but not to the period apreclatlve of my and incumbency.grateful to I shall you for be

done so ca npractically any community tation at all. On the contrary he putit point affecting the efficiency of: our your vote and support at the comlnK

Advertising rates furnished on ap- in Florida. This Is especiallytrue schools. Schools must' go on even primary election.
aside with far greater and more though times are not so' good. Youth ,

plication. in South Florida. Florida Is fast sincere Indignation than did Caesar passes the school age but once and I Respectfully H. A. RIDER-

becoming a dairy state and rightlyso ,wave aside the laurel crown. In a schools the children must-be of the provided country regularly lose' that or I (Pnld political advertisement)

Business office. Clcwiston News for it has every natural advantageover 1 letter whose every word should be which they can never recover. Since

Florida. Editorial and the western states.If ( the state pays more than half of the FOR COUNTY JUDGE
Clewiston, I Implanted in the mind of every school
cost of an eight month's school. Hen-
Advertising, same. : child in America. he declined Nico- dry county cannot afford to fall to I To the Voters of Hendry County

all the candidates for state offices la's offer and rebuked the man who provide the balance jf the amount necessary I hereby announce myself as a candidate -
for County Judge subject to
to provide at least an eight
Telephone 339 and all the. candidates in the made it. Writing on May 22, 1782, month school, or we lose a portion of decision of the Democratic Primary.

67 counties should form a line it he said: the state appropriation.I June 7th.
Your vote and support will be a"D-
would extend., from one promise to do not claim any great amount of
PERMIT: ITS preclated.
WHY DOES FLORIDA "Sir-With a mixture of great brilliancy, but am a thinking man with
W. T.
BEAUTY DESTROYED? another, (which is a long way.) surprise and astonishment I have good Judgment and have the Interestof
I the children of our county at heart, (Puld political advertisement)
with attention the sentimentsyou
read and am giving my whole time and attention -
In thumbing through a dogeared I have submitted to my persual.Be to my official duties. Vote for FOR TAX COLLECTORTo
me if you feel that I am making good;
volumn devoted to argumentation It assured, Sir no occurrence in the all Voters In Hrndry Count..zI
For eleven Al Capone must) think that I am entitled to a second
Is found that one method of forcefully ;- years I i course of the war has given me more term as my experience ought to makeme respectfully announce as candidatefor
serve his term in the Atlanta Federal better qualified to serve you. I TAX COLLECTOR subject to the
Impressing a group of readersIs painful sensations, than your infor- Democratic Primary of June 7th. 1932.
Penitentiary. For eleven times am not a part of any ring, but a dem-
to repeat and keep repeating any ;; ocrat, and no true democrat will haveto If elected I promise that the records
three hundred and sixty-five days-I sacrifice any democratic principleto and receipts of this office will be
sought to be driven hometo
message the work and play of the world will' support and vote for me, and I shall handled In a careful efficient and busi-
the readers' mind. It also says pressed, and I must view with abhor- appreciate your support and vote on ness like manner and to the interest of
go on, and in neither will Al Ca- Hendry County.I .
that It is best t6 say the same thing ence and reprehend with severity. June 7th.
'I will appreciate vote and support -
pone have any partThe sunlight E. L. STALLINGS. ..
number of in order that "I at loss ..
Jn a ways am a to conceive what
(Paid Political Advertisement r
which reaches him will come palely ) E. E. KELLY. ,"
all sides of a matter may be presented. of conduct could have given
!part my Paid Political advertisement)
through Iron, bars; he will not seethe (
With those two principles in I encouragement to an address which
: beauty of the stars. nor feel the FOR SHERIFFTo
mind, and a visual picture of hun- I to me seems big with the greatest
benediction of the rain.
the Voter of Hendry Count..zI
dreds of acres of ashen land which Count.zI
Summer and winter shall pass mischiefs that can befall my Coun- Te the Voter of Hendry

was once fertile muck, we reprinta try. If I am not deceived in the hereby announce myself as a candi- hereby announce myself a candi-
him, by as utterly as if a mound of
portion of letter sent to Gover- date to succeed myself as Sheriff of date for re-election to the office ofTax
a earth were over his head. The mur-: I knowledge of myself, you could not Hendry County, subject to the Demo Collector, subject to the Demo-
nor Doyle Carlton and Representative cratic in June.. If nominatedand
have found a person to whom your cratic Primary June 7th. Primary
mer of the world will reach him as I
Ruth Owen, from George R. If returned to this office I will con- elected, I will strive to serve the
a whisper from a far off land. His schemes are more disagreeable. Let tinue to serve the county to the best I public to the very best of my ability as
Hilty of Miami, one of the state'sbest me conjure you then, if have In the past, and will keep In mind at
friends-such as they are-will be, you of my ability. I will! continue to con-
all times' the interest of the taxpayers
informed men. : scattered by the winds of adversity; I any regard for your Country, con- duct the sheriff's'office on a sound,,, and general citizenship of Hendry
With of words Mr.i economical basis. I am making the
masterly use ,
they; shall fade into the shatows of I,cern for yourself or posterity. or respect race solely on my record and past\I County, putting forth every effort to
Hilty has painted a picture: i conduct the office In the most efficient -
the half world which they inhabit or for me to banish these thoughts achievements as, your sheriff.
and courteous manner.
"Trees whose leaves were gayly: they: shall 'be blotted out by the I' from your mind and never commun- Your vote and support. will be ap- Thanking you for'past favors and for

dancing,and laughing under the gorgeous preciated. your continued support, I am. yoursto
blackness of the night of death. as yourself .or anyone H. L. DELANEY;
Florida sunshine serve
radiating His children shall grow to manhood else, a sentiment of the like nature." (Paid Political Advertisement) J. L. TAYLOR.

to the happy strains of Florida I and womanhood and turn their!i.George Washington Bicentenial (Paid Political advertisement)

breezes and mutely tuning into the
Commission. FOR SHERIFFI
steps upward or downward as chanceor FOR TAX COLLECTOR
heart of the traveler a delightfulappreciation'
: their own choice will dictate- take this opportunity to announcemy
Florida's wonderful To the Voters of Hendry County:
but in their salvation or destruc- HARDEE RETURNS TO CANVASS candidacy for the office of Sheriffof 'I hereby announce myself a candi-
climate and exquisite charms todayare Hendry County, subject to the
date for the office of tax collector, sub-
tion-AI; Capone'will have no part. SOUTH FLORIDA TERRITORY Democratic Primary, June 7, 1932.
shorn of their laughter and beau- ject to the decision of the voters of the
He most sit alone-straining his If elected to this office I will prove Democratic Party in the June Primary.
Some their lower
ty. are weeping as
iay appreciation of your support by I favor law abolishing the fee
ears for an echo which might dis- a
branches are hanging lifeless, while Swinging into the last three weeks the faithful performance of the dutiesof system for county officers and placing -

others are ghastly charred skeletonsof close their fate. lof a speaking campaign that for the said office. them on a salary basis accordingto

Present with him should be the Your will be their duties and responsibilities.I .
death under a, dirty'and smoke- : past| six weeks has brought him before support highly appre-
ciated. favor a law abolishing_ the pay-
ridden sky. They stand monumentsof ghastly shapes of murdered men-I the voters of fifty of Florida's W. C.' (BILL) HOOKER. ment of poll tax as a requisite to vote.

ignominious folly and are a disgrace and the threatening shadow of out- sixty-seven counties, former Governor (Paid Political advertisement) economical If elected administration I promise a clean.of the safe.affairs -,

raged law. These should stand over Gary A. Hardee is scheduledthis
to the intelligence of a fine of the office.

people."I him by day and whisper of the rack,j' week to speak in eleven cities FOR CONSTAIIIyE I have been a resident. and tax payerof
this County for the past seventeen .
the torture-the
; hangman's noose covering a territory as far south To the Voters of District One
believe that Florida planted : I years. My record Is open for your In-
by night. as Miami, west to Fort Myers and spection. ,
774,000 trees last year, while mil- Yet for all this-the majesty of I hereby announce my candidacy for I hope to meet every voter before
St. east to Vero
Petersburg and
lions were destroyed by fireIt re-election 'as Constable for the First the primary, but may not be able to
seems to me that the shouldbe the Law has not been vindicated. Beach.' Predictions are being ,madeat District of Hendry County.If II do so. do not feel slighted if I fall

money Eustis Lake Region. the Hardee headquarters Live re-elected to this office T will to see you. Many people prefer not
spent in protecting the trees that continue to serve you !In the same efficient to be bored by candidates taking up

have already taken :years to grow Oak, that Mr. Hardee will be the manner I have given in the their time.I .
I leading one of two gubernatorial past, and shall always work for the would appreciate the opportunity
instead of planting more only to :When Washington P best interests of Hendry county.I to serve at lest one term as an official -

be ultimately destroyed by fire. Flor- candidates when the returns are will appreciate your vote and sup of the county I had some part

counted in the June 7th primaries.Too port. in creating.
ida has I
spent millions to drain the Refused A Kingship E. B. BUTLER. Vote for J. R. Doty for tax collector,

Everglades and here we are stand- I (Paid Political Advertisement) I get ;your neighbor to vote for him then

.. people are looking for we will all three be happy.J. .
Ing by fiddling while the fertile soil I many R. DOTY.' .
which we had hoped to reclaim. is Few Americans know that our parking places in the church. (Paid political advertisement)
burning to bed rock and clay. Some- country today might lc a monarchybut the Voters of He
thing should be done more than isj I for an act of nobility performedby If God intended that we talk more I hereby announce myself a candidatefor I

being done to conserve the magnif- George Washington on May 22. than we hear he would have given us re-election to the office of Clerk! VOTEFor

Icient heritage which nature has beQueathed -, 1782 The officers of the Revolu- two mouths and one ear. Circuit Primary Court subject In June.to the Democratic -II!!

to us as trustees." I tionary Army had Implored Washington If nominated ,and elected I promise I '

Mr. The great object of life is to honest and faithful service, as I have
Hilty also suggested a campaign -. to assume royal power, place our endeavored to render In the past. Selden L. Stewart .

of education conducted by the: himself at their head, and rule the do our best and be kind. Thanking you for past favors and II

state-cautions printed :on hunting' country as a king. On May 22, a for your continued support I am, For

Yours to serve.WILLIAM .
-"- -
and fishing licenses, literature dis-I century and a half ago, General T. HULL. County Judge

tributed by gasoline stations, annual Washington refused this invitationin NOTICE OF ADOPTION (Paid Political advertisement) I

proclamations by: the Governor and, patriotic terms sp; strong that the Notice is hereby given that J. K. Baker I stand for n square deal In supportof
I and Hazel Baker will, on the 27th FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACEAt lair and order.
like of good suggestions, but idea was dropped.We .
day of :May, 1932 make application by Your vote courteously solicited and
those of us living in the Evergladesand know that he refused the offerof petition to the Hon. Geo. W. White- the request of many friends I am Mill be appreciated.Paid .
hurst Judge of the Circuit Court in announcing for Justice of the Peace for
daily seeing the scarred surfaceof kingship but the circumstances and for Hendry County, Florida, for the First District of Hendry County.In ( political advertisement) .

the fertile lands. believe more surrounding that dramatic momentin the adoption by them of Beulah Mae all matters brought before the -

drastic action should be included in our history known to schol- News,. and will on said date, duly file Justice's court I have dealt fairly and FOR TAX ASSESSORI
petition therefore and will thercfater. impartially with all concerned, and at
the campaign also. ars, need be recalled tp the every- in due course, request appointment ofa all times have worked for a better- hereby announce my candidacy for
guardian ad item and will thereafter, ment of Hendry county. If reelectedto .election as TAX ASSESSOR for Hendry
day American, that he may form a County[ subject to the action of the
in due course set down the said peti- the office I shall continue to con- 'I
MIAMI SHOWS A WAY still clearer conception of the nobil- tion for hearing said Court and at duct the office on the same policy.. I Democratic Primary, June 7, 1932.

ity of Washington's character. such hearing, will seek an order auth- Your vote and .support will be ap 11} If elected I will conduct the office
From the metropolitan orizing the adoption by them of said preciated., din a fair and impartial manner and for
city of Miami '
This incident, which constitutesone child and of all matters proper and PAUL DEAM. the best Interests of the county.

all Florida may well learn a of the critical moments in the incident to such proceedings. (Paid Political Advertisement) SOLON B. CREWS.

lesson, and one which the whole I April 29, May 6-13-20. ,
destiny of America, occurred while I Paid Politieal advertisement)
state will learn in I FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
time. Miami pro- General Washington and the Continental I
duces District, OneI ] FOR TAX ASSESSOR
more milk than it
consumes. Army were encamped at New-' I

This mere statement that a large burgh on the Hudson. The surren- II Political Announcements I II hereby announce my candidacy for:I To the People orlldr)' Count.si

city where space is much more lim- der of Cornwallis had the office of County Commissioner:| I respectfully announce as candidate
ited for virtually ended from District One, Hendry county sub-!:: for Tax Assessor of Hendry County,
dairying than most of Florida the Revolution, but nominally hos- ject to the Democratic Primary June subject to the Democratic Primary to

can and does produce 7, 1932. i be held in June.
more tilities were still in effect, and Wash- FOR REPRESENTATIVEI I am running on a platform of strict I I
than it consumes should hold the I I belong to no clique or faction what-
ington was determined to hold the economy in expenses of the county.
beacon light to hundreds of com- hereby announce my candidacy for government, with a fair and impartial : soever, but am making the race for
munities army together against any surprise I I re-election as Representative from dealing, not only to this district but Tax Assessor strictly on my own
in the state. In this respect renewal of the war. As usual his Hendry County in the state Legislature, to the entire county. My record as merits.

the tem 'Miami1 not only refers soldiers subject to the Democratic Primary a member of the school board is opento If nominated and elected I promisean
i were poorly clothed and fed. June 7, 1932. honest and faithful of
to the city of inspection by all voters and I point performance
Miami but and Congress was deeply in arrearsin If re-elected I will continue to work with pride to the reduction in school the duties of the office, and fair and

to a f'-ip of back country as well their pay. By then the war had for the best interest of the entire county -I' expenses made during my term of of- impartial treatment toward all. It
where herds of blooded cattle as I have done in the past. lice on this board shall be my purpose and endeavor at
are dragged on for seven long years. The Your vote and support will be ap Your vote and support.will be greatly all times to help you in every way I
kept to '
furnish the supply of fresh .
struggle had cost many of Washing- preciated. appreciated. can.I
morning milk to Miamians. DAVE G. ALSTON. will appreciate your vote and support -
the loss of their per- (Paid Political advertfsement)
Tae Bureau of Dairy Inspection of sonal fortunes, and the entire en- ( Political advertisement) Yours to serve.

the City of Miami has kept records. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER; W. L. MURRAY.
listed force
Records which should be faced a future of wanton :FOR REPRESENTATIVE District' One.I (Paid Political advertisement) 4)
an inspIr-
being released to civil life. r
ation to all other cities in Florida hereby announce my candidacy for FOR TAX ASSESSOR ,
Discontent rose to dangerous intensity To the People of Ileudry County:
especially those In South Florida in all ranks. At the request of a large number of County Commissioner of District One To the People" of Ileudry County
At length, Col- citizens from subject to the Democratic Primary, I
section of
where every Hendrycounty
thousands !
gallons of milk onel Lewis Nicola a respected char- I hereby announce myself a June 7th. I respectfully announce my candi-
must be conveyed candidate for I have lived In this community for dacy for RE-ELECTION TAX AS-
every morning to Representative from
supply the acter on friendly terms with the Hendry County in the next Legislature, j the past 13 years and believe I know SESSOR for Hendry County, without
market for
fresh dairy Commander in Chief spoke for the subject to the action of the June I' the needs,of the district and the wishes pledges to anyone and without promises -
products. If accurate records were officers Democratic Primary. Realizing that of, the people. If elected to this office except to the people as a whole,
as a body when he addressedto
will always work for the district protecting the owner of the
available they would make interest- the best results can only be obtainedby propertyas
Washington a veiled proposal that the Representative and State Sena- I 1 I and for the entire county. well as the Interests of the county.I .

ing reading matter to every Floridian he take over the government of the tor cooperating I shall cooperate to R. B. WALDRON want all the voters that believe I
who Is anxious to develop one tho fullest extent with our State Sena- Paid politfrsil Itrfv"ItIIU'IY1t-Pt\: have made n good assessor, fair and
of the state's i country, with the army behind him. I tor for the best interest of the entire square to all. and who are willing to
most promising indus- !and rule it as a king. county. I Invite a careful comparisonof FOR SCHOOL HOARD MKMIIKU trust that I will continue to do the
tries. Definite figures right and proper thing, to support me
are not at my record In the 1929 Legislaturewith
hand to The late Senator Henry Cabot that of my successor.' Being keenly: Interested In the welfareof If, however you do not see It that way,
as the
number of gallons of Lodge, in his biography of Washington Your vote and influence will be ap the county and especially in the you are still my friend and I am yours.
milk shipped into Florida each year, preciated. school system, I am announcing my Thanking you I am your friend 'an()
states that on this occasion candidacy for election as a member of present tax assessor. ,
but U Is generally ynderstooa: that Washington an truly tempted LOUIS O. GRAVELY. the Hendry County Board of Public In- HURD I.. REEVES.

as (Paid Political advertisement) \ 'I flrn noj politician n. but U'nld political ndyertlaetuent)




Personal MentionRobert AND SISTER AT BRIDGE PARTY Halson Avant was absent! Friday

day Mrs.afternoon J. P. Percy at her entertained home on Tues-Cres- TH BLUE and WHITEEditor VA N; l in Ruth Orlando.Parker spent the week .end

cent Drive with a delightful bridgein
Hare spent Monday in Ft. William Hooks motored to Paho
Myers.Mr. honor of her mother and sister, kee Sunday. ;
Mrs. Artasani and Miss Billie Art-

asani, of Arlington. Mass. in Chief Mary Louise Oglesby RADIO PAID FOR Evelyn Hare was absent last Tuesday -
and Mrs. M. W. Biggs spent .
Guests were Mrs. Fred Hill, Mrs.C. Assistant Editor ........Halson Avant I afternoon. .
Sunday in Ft. Myers.
L. Downs, Mrs. E. R. FontaineMrs. Assistant Editor .........Mae Lily Stone On .Washington's birthday, Mr. Frenchie Johnson motored to Pa..

r T. V. Watson, Mrs. E. L. Stewart Sports Editor ......:...Richard Bestor Langford made an announcementthat hokee Saturday.

Miss Mary: Kline spent the week Mrs. Leland Perkins, Mrs.' H. J. Sports Editor ................Evelyn Hare the school was going to buy a Herbert Halter motored to West

end visiting in Palm Beach. I I B. Scharnberg, Mrs. Harry Vaughn Humor Editor .............Usler Mathis radio and asked if anyone presentat Palm Beach Friday.

I Ii i, Mrs W. P. Vaughn, Sr., Mrs. H. A. Social Editor ....._......:..Betty Spicer the chapel, where the announce- Lily Murel Wynn motored to South

l D. G. Alston motored to Palm' Bestor, Mrs R. Y. Patterson. Mrs. ,ment was made wanted to eontribute Bay Monday evening. ;:.,
'I I
! Beach Tuesday on business. C. E. Miner Mrs. W. C. Worth, Mrs. LABOR A BLESSING !I to it. His .request was gladly res-
r I Bobby Hare and
spent Monday
I <
W. C. Owen; Mrs. B Thomas, Mrs. ponded: to.

Mr. and Mrs. R. Boe, of Moore Artasani and Miss Artasani. Mrs.C. Some people might think that labor -i i We' have been enjoying the radio Tuesday Fort Myers.

Haven visited here Tuesday. \ Downs received high prize. is not a blessing. Let the same 1'I;,for about six weeks, but until now Mary Louise Oglesby motored to
West Palm Beach last
Mrs. W. P. Vaughn, Sr. low prize, person have to sit idly with folded, did not have the satisfaction of Tuesday.

MrsC.. L. Downs and E. R, Fon- and Mrs T. V. Watson cut prize. hands for a day, andhe will consider II II knowing 'that it is really our own. Festival Annie at Mathis Pahokee attended last the weak.Bean

taine motored to Miami Sunday Mrs. Artasani and Miss Artasani work a wonderful 'gift.If ,Friday, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, one of
1 I II were presented with guest prizes. the people before us had not: the staunch supporters of the Par- Katherine Wiandt motored to the

I Harden Hendricks. of Ft. Myers,I I Refreshments of frozen fruits sal- realized the value of employment inj i' ent Teachers Association, appeared theatre in Pahokee Monday night.
Janice Wynn broke her while
"was a Monday visitor in Clewiston s ad, open cheese sandwiches Ice some form, the world would have:i at chapel and gave the welcome information arm
playing during the hour Tues-
i cream shown no whatever. Having noon
I and cake were served. progress I and gave us a receipt -

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hill attended I something to occupy one's minda I which showed that the radio is "paid day. .

the theatre in Pahokee Sunday even BRIDGE SHOWER FOR BRIDE portion of the .day-something that in full." Annie and Effie Mae Mathis mo

ing. / will make our minds function better I I We want to thank the committee tored to Fellsmere Sunday before

(From Moore Haven Democrat) and develop the powers of reason- last.
I .which was, composed of Mrs. R. Y.
Selden L. Stewart and Selden L.I Mrs G. O. Wallace entertained a ing and thinking plays an I Patterson. Mrs. I. M.. Pafford and Annie and Effie Mae Mathia attended
number of friends at her home Wed- part In the shaping of important'l' the theatre In Pahokee last
Stewart, Jr. of LaBelle were in Clew-) Mrs. J. A. McGehee, for working so
iston Tuesday. nesday afternoon with a bridge I Although. at times, it diligently to get the radio fully paid Friday.

I shower, honoring her daughterinlaw -I harp to have to work, we must all before the end of the present school Martha Nell Alston has returnedto

Mrs. Wm. G. Wallace. There admit that work is of the greatestdevides school after spending a few daysin
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Prewitt and II term. We also wish to thank Indi-
L. C. Sturgess were Sunday 'visitors I were four tables in play and Mrs. J. we have to divert our minds vidually all who so kindly contribuuted Georgia.
P. Tatum awarded first from of Elva Alston returned to school
to Ft. Myers. was prize thinking wrong things. If to our radio fund.
I and Mrs. R. W. Wardwell received we are engaged in some kind of,labor last Monday after a few weeks visitto

second. There were four progress- we are not thinking harsh things LUTHER Georgia-
Laddie Wallace and Art Martin, of I LOWE HONOREDA
Mary Bush, Evelyn Hare Betty
about ,
our neighbors or thinking of
West Palm
Beach visitors
were ions.The
Clewiston honoree received many lovely getting Into some kind of mischief. weiner roast was given in honorof Spicer and Bobby Hare motored to

Monday.' gifts. The hostess served pineapple If our brains and bodies are not i, ,Luther Lowe's fifteenth birthday the theatre In Pahokee last Sunday

Captr Hurd L. Reeves, candidate jsherbert, and cakd. Among those exercised they will soon become Monday, May 9th. Many games were night.

for re-election 'as tax assessor was inl I present were Mrs. ,R. Y. Patterson, less and we will have a hard time!I played and delicious lunch was Annie Mathis spent a few days in

Clewiston this week. Mrs. I. M.,, Pafford, Mrs. V. H. Mc- tryiag to use them when it becomes spread. Those present at the roast Wauchulla and on returning broughther

Carter Mrs Monroe Miss Frances necessary. What better things .do I were: Mary Louise Oglesby, Mae cousin, Effie Mae Mathis, who

W. T. Hull, candidate for re-el.e.1 Monroe, Mrs' E. B. Butler, Mrs. J. we have for giving our minds and I Lily StoRe, Mary Bush. Annie Mathis, spent the last two weeks hero

tion as clerk of the cIrcuit was Beardsley and Mrs R. N. Hare, of bodies proper exercise: than labor.1 Katherine Wiandt, Effie Mae Mathis,

a visitor here yesterday. I Clewiston, ,and Mrs. F. A. FlandersMrs. We need something to develop usl I Betty Spicer, Ulser Mathis. Halson

I W. C. Nail. Mrs R. W. Ward- physically and mentally, so that we'Avant, George Hooks, Tommy Hooks,

Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Fontaine and! well Mrs. J. F. McLure, Mrs. Van will not become lifeless and unintersested Bobby Hare. William Hooks, Van

J. A. Plunkett attended the theatrein I Cothern, Mrs C. C. Klutts, Mrs. 'J. : im the affairs of life. i Bush, Edwin Ward, Merrel Lowe, H

Pahokee Sunday evening. I P. Tatum, Mrs. J. W. Adkins and I. The normal living person wants Junior Waldron and Luther Lowe. FARMLAND H

Mrs. C. H. Hawkins. to be successful in life, and the only
I .....
'Miss Bonceil Stone and Casey Jones way we have of gaining success is BIRITHDAY PARTY

spent Sunday in Moore Haven as the MRS SCHARNBERG ENTERTAINS to work for it. Of course some peo-

guests ,of Mr. and Mrs. Van Cothern. MASSACHUSETTES VISITORSMrs. ple are' born rich, and they. do not Jimmy Beardsley celebrated his
have anything to worry about for a twelfth birthday party Monday witha :

Miss Eleanor Wintle spent the H. J. B. Scharnberg was host- while but It takes a well trained I swimming patty. After the swimming -

week end in Fort Myers visiting her ess Friday afternoon at a lovely af- mind to invest money in such a way I refreshments of weiners cakes : LEASESfor

.' parents, Mr-: and Mrs. A. R. Wintle. fair in honor of Mrs. Artasani and that it will reap a profit. I and punch was served.

Miss Artasani. .--- I Those who attended'WQre: Pete

,Molts, Roy Hare, Roy keen Donald
Guests includde Mrs. J. P. 1932-33
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Crowson left
roe, Mrs C. W. McDonald Mrs.' E.I
Dean Ed Van
Billy Owen. Mach
Mrs. E. L. Stewart Miss
Clewiston Monday to return to Lake- Dorothy Ii
C. Mills Mrs. W. T. '
Bailey, Mrs. M.
Pat Wilbur :McGehee and Walter
land after spending several weeks:Moorman, Mrs. D. G Alston Mrs. T. W. Biggs. Mrs. G. B. Thomes Jr.,-Fears.and ,. .....
V. Watson Mrs E. R. Fontaine Mrs
here. B.
Mrs. Majdrie Wallace, Mrs. J..
I C. L.- Downs. MrsFred Hill, Mrs.
E. Winn, Mrs. E. R. Fontaine, Mrs.I Lake Highway
fip.Mr.. and Mrs. G. H. Small left H. A. Bestor Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, W. C. Owen Mrs. H. L Robbins. SUMMER VACATIONSWith Frontage
7- Sunday for Atlanta where they will! Mrs W. C Owen, Mrs Leland Per-
Mrs. Fred Hill, Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, the end of school only two
i spend two weeks visiting friends and 1 kins, Mrs. W. C. Worth, Mrs. C. E. ,
Mrs. I. D. LeydIgMrs.. H. R. Hall I weeks off most of wonderingwhat
us are
relatives. Miner and Mrs. Artasani and Miss Back Lands for
I 'Mrs. Harry Vaughn Mrs. E. B Scott, we are going to do this sum- OJ e
Artasani. Mrs. T. V. Watson held I
Mrs. E. L., Stewart, Mrs. L. L. Spicer. '; fall planting
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Haggan ,an-{high score and received high prize. Mrs. H. J. B. Scharnberg, Mrs. J. P.i.!mer.There are numerous things to be t>
the birth of Mrs. H. A. Bestor second, Mrs. Le-
?j' nounce a baby boy,
Percy, Miss Billie Artasani 1\IissMar-! done such work % ,
as, summer camps. -
land Perkins third Miss
Tuesday May 17 at hte Lakeside Dorothy
ion Harmon. Miss Dorothy Moorman,: traveling, and just plain having a I'I'e
hospital. low, and Mrs. E. L. Stew-
,art received the cut for prize. Miss Bonceil Stone, Miss Louise Wal-\ good time here In Clewiston. Quitea
dron, Miss Jamye Williams, Miss'Elizabeth few of the boys are going to the
Superintendent E. L. Stallings, ofj! Mrs. Artasani and Miss Artasani JimBeardsley
West. Miss Mae Drew, Miss summer camp of the Boy Scouts, ,oth-
LaBelle was in Clewiston : were presented with guest prizes. '
yesterdays Joan Finnegan, Miss Frances Mun- ers are going to work at stores: and
in the interest of his campaign fort Nut bread, varieties of cakes, ice
roe, Mrs. Van Cothern, Mrs. I. M. some will work on farms.
re-election. /cream. coffee and candy were served.
Pafford. Mrs. W. C. Hooker, Mrs. H.I Boys who cannot find employmentor

A Bestor Mrs. T. V. Watson, Mrs cannot afford to go to a summer
Mr. and Mrs. Blitz Weigman, of,MRS. HARRY VAUGHN HOSTESSAT
Tom Shelley, Mrs. L. F. Perkins, camp will undoubtedly play ball and
LaBelle. attended the Tuesday evening Phone 366
and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson read books all day. While those
dance sponsored by the AmericanLegion
Delightful chicken salad sandwiches possessing guns or fishing tackle :
here. Mrs. Harry Vaughn entertainedwith ;
I coffee and mints were served will probably be found In the woods
.-, a bridge Tuesday afternoon in
and streams most of their Idle time.
Carl E. Royer, of LaBelle candy i honor of Mrs. Artasani and Miss I 0
I Ij
1 date for county school superintendent'Aitasani. Guests were Miss Mae

j, was a visitor in Clewiston several Drew, Mrs. W. C. Prewitt Mrs. Von ,
days this week. i Mach, Mrs. W. P. Vaughn, Jr.:, Mrs. ..

,--- i,M. W. Biggs. Mrs. W. C Worth Mrs.

.; R. E. Kurtz returned to Fort My- Leland Perkins Mrs. D: G. Alston,
You Should Vote for Carl E.
ers the latter part of the week af- Mrs. C. L. Downs, Mrs. Artasani, Why Royer

1 er spending several weeks In Clew Miss Artasani Mrs. H. J. B. Scharn

iston on business.Mr. berg. Mrs. J. F. Tippey, Mrs. E. L.I for Superintendent of Public Instruction

I,Stewart, Mrs. R., Patterson, Mrs. : '
: and Mrs. F. O Richman returned -IH.i A. Bestor, Mrs. B. Thomas Mrs. < :

; here Sunday after a weeks visit in I'!JH II R. Hall, Mrs J. P. Percy and Mrs.' .'"

: Lakeland with Mrs. Richman's mother -!IB' A. Bourne. Mrs. Von Mach won BECAUSEHE BECAUSE :;,tHE

and father, Mr. and ,Mrs. Guthrie.'high score and received a pair of IS FULLY QUALIFIED.He WILL NOT PLAY POLITICS.He '5

<: I i hand I made pillow cases, Mrs. J. P. is' college trained and ripened by; man will not use the office to pay political debtsor '

Mrs. Artasani and Miss Billie Art-, Percy received second: a pair of hand years of successful experience as teacher and provide jobs for his relathes.BECAUSE.

1 asani, of Arlington, Mass, left Simdc -]l painted candle sticks Miss Mae Drew Superintendent both in Florida and in Ohio.
t -y to return to their home after'won low and received an Ice tub, HE HAS PROVEN HIMSELF. '

\ Blinding) several weeks here visiting:Mrs. W. M. Biggs won the cut and Of the twelve years he has lived in Mcndry .
> Mrs. J. P. Percy. l II received hand made handkerchiefs. County half have been spent as Principal of theLaBelio
Mrs Artasani was presented with a schools. Everyone; agrees they have He will follow the suggestion of the Attorney ,
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Hare were vis-'guest prize, a candy Jar, and Miss been banner years for the LaBelle schools. General and act us Attendance Officer without
those children who are now growing in Igno- :
itors to Moore Haven Monday even-Artasani received as guest prize, a up
pa '. and bring the advantages of our schools to
ing. Mr. and Mrs. Hare were, hon-i hand embroidered boudoir pillow. nnCAUSE
I ranee.
ored with an anniversary dinner by Refreshments of a salad course, HE HAS A BROAD CONCEPTION OF THE

their daughter, Mrs. Van Cothern. open cheese sandwiches and ice tea DUTIES OF THE OFFICE. BECAUSE
anniversary. were served. Mrs. Vaughn was as- He will not do the two or three days work the HE IS ABLE TO GAIN THE FRIENDSHIP OF,
sisted by Mrs. W. P. Vaughn. Sr. He will
office requires each month and quit.
the children and Inspire 'them to make the best ;
I go into the schools and aid the teachers, help of the faculties with which'they are endowed.
Recent out of town visitors here WHITE ELEPHANT PARTY them secure the things they need, and hold the

4 include Tom M. Neibling of Atlanta. schools up to a standard. '

; (\Arthur Hillbrath of West Palm The Girls Scouts sponsored a White BECAUSE

. 4 Beach, C. L. Parrish of Parrish L. Elephant party at the home of Mrs. BECAUSEHE HE IS A SCHOOL PATRON

(, 'f fr Smith of Oxford, J. J. and J. R. R. Y. Patterson Thursday afternoon. WILL HELP CLEWISTON GET A REAL He Is directly Interested Inasmuch as he has

Whitaker of Ft. Myers, R. F. Fra- Entertainment was provided by Miss HIGH SCHOOL.He children of his own in the schools.BECAUSE .

ser of Lakeland, F. T. Randolph of Mary Bush, Miss Betty Spicer, Miss
) placed the .LaBtelle.High School on the accredited
i Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Evelyn Hare and songs by the groupof Ec-
list and helped secure for it Home
Neilsen, of Savannah. Ga CharlesL. scouts. Mrs J. E. Beardsley was onomics, Stenography and ample Science Lab- HE WILL STRIVE TO SECURE THE COOPERATION -

Trainor of Savannah, Ga. presented with a bouquet by mem- oratories. He will do the same thing for the OF TEACHERS, SCHOOL OFFICIALS,

S bers of the Scouts in appreciation of 'Clewl ton school giving it a fully equipped nnd all who are interested in education toward

GARDEN CLUB TO MEET her leadership. school with a broad course of study. the smooth effective operation of the schools.

Those present were the Scouts.

a The next meeting of the Ever- Misses Bush Hare
Mary Evelyn
glades Garden Club will be held at Betty Spicer, Roberta Spicer, Mrs. A Vote for Royer is a Vote for School Progress

{.he home of Mrs. L. L. Spicer here Isabelle Oglesby, Mrs. A. O. Ward, .

next Thursday afternoon, with Pro- Mrs. Thomas Hooks Mrs. R. M. Hare

fessor Speer, of Pahokee, as principal. Mrs. H. Webb, Mrs. ,F. R. Maxwell, _

i speaker, Mrs. W. C. Worth Mrs A,. A- Mqn- .. -- ;. .; ;: ...... ;
.; : .....FJ."' l;- t.'r' t ..' .. ,....". ..
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for old injuries, and prevailed on I ble and conserve your own health'
'uubap cbooIJresson Esau to accept his gifts. In some' and happiness as well as theirs- '
ways Esau excelled Jacob but Esau'I New Vegetable Recipes for Old not to mention the saving' on the'

seems to have had little regard for family purse.
God, whereas Jacob, with all his Help Revive Spring Appetites Many yet do not understand the -iJ'
faults truly believed in and wor-I economy of having their physician r-
make periodical examinations of all
r --- shipped the Lord.BIRTIIDAY I
FOIl MAY US, 1932. members of their family, especially

Subject: Jacob and Esau recon- PARTY the children. Nobody doubts the
I wisdom of seeing the family dentist
ciled. '
Mary Bush gave a small party regularly. If it is admitted and it
Golden Text: "Bp ye kind one
Sunday afternoon in honor of her ia, that the teeth should be examined -
another, tenderhearted, forgivingone
fifteenth birthday anniversary. The I at regular intervals how much
for ChrIst'ssake
another even as
girls attended a baseball game here more is it necessary to have the
hath forgiven Eph. 4:32.
in the afternoon. Refreshments of I whole body examined regularly to
Lesson Text: Geii. Ch. 32. 33. cake and lemonade were served. find out if any decay has already-

(Printed part Gen. 33:1-11.) Those present were: Mary Bush, Mae I started in any part of it.
Central truth: Frayer to God is Lily Stone. Mary Louise Oglesby It is much cheaper to pay to be-

good preparation for any Crisis. Evelyn Hare and Betty Spicer. kept well than to pay the cost of
Between the lessons: After Jacob well after are sick.
I being made you
lodged at Bethel (in last Sunday's MOVEMENT OF URBAN Here is one place where business

lesson) he made a vow, saying "So RESIDENTS TO FARMS methods in the home will :reap: div-
that I come again to my father's PRESENT PROBLEMS idends in actual cash as well as in
house in peace; then shall the Lord i family.
I better health and a happier
be my God: And this stone, which I: By Spuds Johnson I
have set for a pillar, shall be God's I
house; and of all that thou shalt I manufactur-ing

give me I will surely give the tenth last few months have had a tendencyto Make the RightCHANGE

unto thee." turn the thoughts of unemployed

Giving the Tithes existed as far city residents to the open country, ,
back as Melchizedek, King of Salemto and many of them are moving either

whom Abraham gave Tithes..,back to the farm or _onto a farm for By Jane Rogers

(Gen. 14:20; Hebrew 7:4). "Then I the first time. They are turning to ("Relatively Speaking") ,
Jacob went on his journey and the farm as a place where they can :, SPRING-back again with its restores their garden flavor, em- .
behold a well and the flocks at least provide food and shelter for listlessness, its phasizes their own distinctive taste ,- 'OT
gathered and Jacob said their families. interest in seed catalogues, its long- and also adds real energy food ,
Ha- While the desire of to ing to escape from the daily routine value to the dish.
Whence be ye? and they: said of a man assure
ran and he, said, know ye Laban the members of his family of food, and fly off on some magic carpet to FRANKLIN 0. KING
new and strange places, and above
the son of Nahor? And they said, clothing and a place to live is commendable all its boredom with the same old Carrot Loaf yI

We know' him Behold, Rachelhis a wholesale "back-to-the- dishes that have been appearing on Scrape carrots and boil in
daughter cometh with the sheep. farm" movement can have serious the table for months. Of course'we slightly sweetened water, till ten
and the sheep of Laban* Jacob consequences. In the'first place, an can't all migr te..but a change der. 'Mash, and to a pint of the I
rolled the stone from the wells indiscriminate movement of this kindis of culinary scene will do wonders pulp add two well-beaten eggs, a
mouth and watered the flock bound to result in attempts to: id perking up the appetite and the half teaspoonful of salt, a quarter

and Jacob kissed Rachel and farm lands which should, not be spirits, too.Carrots teaspoonful of pepper, two table
are old winter stand-bys, spoons of sugar and a quarter -
told Rachel that he was Rebek- farmed, and bring a certain amountof cupful
but try them in this new carrot of cream. Pour into a well-but
ati's son and she ran and told her] additional suffering to families loaf, surrounded with peas or, cov- tered mold, stand this in a pan of
father." I trying to farm them. ered with.white sauce and you will hot water, and bake in a moderate
Then Laban came and took Jacobto And then, of course, there is the scarcely recognize them. Notice the oven until firm. Turn out on a hot
his home and, after a month. proposed -, near certainty that with additional I II sugar. which is called for in the platter and surround with peas, or
hiring Jacob to work for him.i families returning to farms throughout wdpe. As with most vegetables, it serve with white sauce. I
"And Jacob loved Rachel; and said,] the Nation production of farm)I'I ,
I will serve thee seven years for Rachel crops will be still further increasedand I I
thy :younger daughter." Laban an over-supplied market will be
accepted tbe offer, "And Jacob served -: flooded. Such a condition will resultin f v
Dr. Ernest H. Lines
seven years for Rachel; and they! more losses to the vast army thatis Miami May 19-John W. Martin,
seemed unto him but a few days,'' already farming; and has. been on Democratic candidate for governor An important factor which vitally + 4u..FJr.r.

for the love he had to her." At the farm for years. The plight of moved back into south Florida aftera affects the family and therefore deserves -
the end of that time Laban tricked agriculture has been none too good tour into the western counties the earnest consideration of!

Jacob into accepting Leah, Rachel's for the last 10 years and more.fami. last week where he spoke to audiences wives and mothers is civic health re-
older sister. and Jacob became very lies on the farms will not help to improve averaging more than two thous- gulation. Most cities and states

angry, whereupon Laban gave him agriculture in general and at Lake City, Live Oak, Madison, have public health departments only
Rachel also for a wife, and Jacob Additional families in the rural Pensacola Graceville and Marianna too anxious to apply the benefits of

served him seven more years as a sections will place additional burdenson strengthening his position and solid- modern medicine to the general wel-

dowry for Rachel.At the rural schools, and it is certain ifying his support all along the line. fare. How much support do they
the end of fourteen years, Jacob that' the cities will not offer to help MrMartin explained to his hearers get from the women of the community STATE COMMISSIONER l OF

contracted to serve Laban six share them.It his plans for sounder govern- ? They need all they can get for

more years for an interest in his does not seem quite fair for the ment and reduction of expenses ,compared too often their efforts are handicapped AGRICULTUREHe
flocks. cities to ask the farms to absorb his record of accomplishmentwith and thwarted by selfish commer-

Jacob prospered so that Laban and their unemployed workers wheneverthe I'I the inactive Hardee era in the cial interests.

his sons became envious of him, factories and industrial plants i matter of road building, state aid Pure food laws pure milk, water Insists On
free from pollution, quarantine of infectious :
want to turn them off. -
"And the Lord said unto Jacob Re- I to schools directly and through free
turn unto the land of thy fathers, Recently a request that Congress school books and advancement of diseases-these and many LESS Relatives on Payrolls.

and to thy kindred; and I wi1 be direct the Secretary of Agricultureto 'the standing of the state institutions other problems often involve up- LESS Ussl<'ss. Costly Literature.
with thee." Then Jacob gatheredhis provide the services of his depart- and pointed out that just as hill fights by your health officer and I LESS Expensive, Senseless Maps.

wives and children and flocks ment in guiding and safeguardingboth he kept his promise to build roads he needs your support to carry out LESS R '
and cattle and servants and departed public and private movements to ,he will keep his promise to reduce these measures, which are for the ESS, F<-es To Favored Lawyers.

from Laban, who in three days learn- put the unemployed' hack on the land the cost of government. benefit of you and your families.Or 1 C rtS-: Pardons To Criminals.
ed of his going and persued Jacob was made by the X.v---jal; Advisoryand "When I ran on a platform .of ad- again, think of the many adults I

and overtook him in seven days Legislative Committee: on Land vancement and rapid road building and children bread-winners and He Demands
After a long conference Laban and Use. It is to be hoped that some that was the demand of the people." their dependents who are injured or I

Jacob made a friendly covenant, kind of equitable and feasible plan Mr. Martin told his hearers. "ButI killed by automobiles yearly. Manyof I .ltE: 3 County Agents in Florida

"And Jacob went on his way, and will be evolved. have sense enough to know that an these accidents are preventable I tit HIE Jobs for Actual Citizens.

the angels:; of God met him." overcoat is worn only in the winter. I and could be prevented if careless ttOKE Economy in Advertising

Jacob had cheated Esau out of In July and August it is time to takeit pedestrians and reckless drivers were VJORE Time in Office at Capitol.

his birthright and the family bless- Pam's Patter off and now is the time to take it off properly educated and instructed. ORE Savings to ,Taxpayers.
Lj1lANB Ii Ii I II
Another field for women's activities! MORE Common Sense in Depart
ing. He was now returning to his "overcoat" of expense and put
old home and feared Esau. i I the .cost of government down." Periodical Examinations ment. -

"And Jacob sent messengers be- The main body of his discourse is I Lastly, mothers and wives should I Ii

fore him to Esau his brother unto devoted to his program for Floridafor i not forget that their own health is LET'S "QUIT FOOLIN' THE
the land of Seir the country: of I! the next four years and a com- I most important, not only to themselves FARMER" BY ELECTING
'Edom." The messengers carried along parison between his official record I I but also to their families.

message to Esau and gifts of I and that of his opponent Governor The care of a,-sick husband or of a

cattle camels, sheep, etc. All that ,old Hardee. At the conclusion he devotes delicate child can cause them more FRANKLIN 0. KING
night Jacob"wrestlcd with the LordIn r a few minutes to reference to care and sorrow than anything else-
prayer." The Lord blessed him affidavits which disprove the claimsof Prevent these illnesses where possi- ON JUNE 7, 1932. n?.
and changed his name from Jacobto II a candidate who has resorted to -

"Israel." mud .slinging Martin tactics.Mr. was in. fine spirits as ...:-:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:-<
Then today's lesson begins, "And
- he left western Florida in the ,Martin s
Jacob lifted up his eyes and I
and column by a substantial margin. Mr.Martin's ?. :
behold Esau: came. looked'i I thousands of friends in
him four hundred men. And
precinct of Florida keep him
vided the children unto. Leah, and I I informed every of exact conditions every- Open to the Public f
unto Rachel, and unto the two hand
where and these reports show him
maids. And he put the handmaidsand I 1
far in the lead instate wide strength. y
their children foremost and y
Leah and her children after and Ra-
chel and Joseph hindermost" Jacob

feared the old anger and threats of Kelpoft .*. Moderate Green Fees :s:

Esau and arranged his family, so as
to protect them placing Rachel :: 'Exceptional Fairways :!:

ahd her son at the most protected VITA '.

place in the caravan. Then Jacob :s: Interesting Grass Greens i I
went forward, bowing himself seven
times as he advanced Esau had .S.

thrown aside his anger and "Raa to Health, .;. .1's'
meet him, and embraced him and { s .x
Youth and Vigor S
fe'l! on his neck and kissed him: and "Our domestic science teacher S

thr" wept." Seeing the women and says a dash of sugar and salt usedas Men:! women and children find ::z:: The Most Popular I:;
children Esau asked, "Who are a seasoner will make almost any KELP-O-V1TA a safe and efficient .
the with thee? And he said The old vegetable taste treatment for debility, : r'i' -{
Ions of vital powera nod glandular i Recreation Centers
children which God hath graciously impairment YOU CAN liE I
given thy servant." young.:0 OLD AT FORTY OH YOUNG AT ::

Then the whole caravan advancedand .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.-:-:..:-:..:..:.. (..:..:..:..:..:..:. YOUR SIXTY. TIME QUIT: KELP-0-V1TA DYING BEFORE Itc _' Clewiston :I_
a mineralized vegetable, easy
"bowed low" to Esau, as a markof -
oDd pleasant to lake, not hnbltformlner. -
his superiority. Esau inquired as C. E. STEBELDealer RICH In Vltamlnes and .s. v. / $
Organic Salt KELP-O-VITA la
to the messengers and gifts which J.. "
Jacob had sent. "What meanest thou a REJUVENATOR an t,
by; all this drove which I met?--X-hdbj .G Ieral Electric Refrigerators INVIGORATOR nnd a RECONSTRUCTIVE. I
said ,T .ese are to find in .
t grace and Bl 'e"i PEP. VIAL
5ne-sl ht-tof aWf-LordM. Andy: Esau Electrochef Stoves and VIGOR."*'KELP-O-VITA la j Clewiston Golf Course y
for VITALITY, the la.t word In
said, I have enough my brother I' ."R d1mM modern science, send this adv.icLth it
keep that, thou hast unto thyself." $al p '_. your name address and2."io x f
The brothers both had prosperedIn Radio Repairing ample In stnmp treatment.! or. oin f Addresshlia..r >ng >TfeH'"-"

worldly matters but Jacob camo Pahokee Florida O-Vlta Laboratories, 10.18 VenlfceniTd. i

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