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 27, 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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.i : BREAKERS 3-2 WIN Approximately 150 voters gathered Tallahassee, May 25-The state
I I : at the school auditorium in LaBelle DRAINAGE ASGLADESJEVELOP banking department announced that COUNTY RALLY BE

,Saturday night to listen to the,, final the Punta Gorda State bank, which

':i : :. OVER FORT MYERS rally to be held in that city before closed April 19 with .$111,722.08 on
: ; the primary elections. The keenessof deposit, reopened on May 23 undera HERE NEXT WEEKLARGE

interest in the elections is shown "frozen deposit" plan.
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by the close attention the audience '
paid to each of the candidates for I' AUDIENCE EXPECTED AT
: officers j i are in charge of the reorganized -
: office. Practically all of the candidates il institution. CLEWISTON RALLY NEXT
appealed to the voters and FOUND IN STUDY I WEDNESDAY NIGHT
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attempted to show why he should be .1
Ie r r. : In one of the greatest baseball chosen to fill the various offices. How drainage engineers learned to
JUNIOR BALL Hendry county's sixth and final
(i! .,., .:- names to be played In Clewiston, tho The next rally will be in Clewiston do by doing was told Wednesday Democratic rally will be held in
: '. '" 'Cane' Breakers nosed out a 3 to 2 June 1st at the school auditorium night to the Kiwanis Club by H. A. Clewiston
at the school auditoriumnext
'1" :" :win over the fast Fort Myers aggregation here. Bestor, head of the drainage 'depart BEATS HAVENITES
Wednesday June first, at eight
f ," here Sunday afternoon.. ment of the U. S. Sugar Corporation.In .
at which candidates for the
f ; .., 'The battle for supremacy lasted for reviewing the activities of the
county offices will be given their
!, .' ,- thirteen long gruelling innings before BASS TO ADDRESS drainage of the Everglades, Mr.. Bes The Junior Clewiston Breakers, last opportunity to speak to the as

,1. the Clewistonites gathered the tor told first of the original gift of some 20 strong, journeyed to Moore sembled voters of this county.

t extra run to establish theirsuper- I the Federal government to the State Haven Sunday afternoon and returned The previous five meetings
arranged -
I ...', iority over the, Ft Myers team which I of Florida of the territory comprising with the scalp of that neighborIng by the county Democratic execu

; : fought the local ball club in the long the Everglades with the under- town hanging loosely on their tive committee have been well attended -

; .=-j. hard fight Pitching duties were Hon. Elwin A. Bass. of Pahokee, standing that the State would do belt with a 6-4 score. by the voters and Is an Indication

\ ";" handled for 'Fort Myers by the south has been selected to deliver the mem- something in the way of drainageof Riding high on the crest of their of the keen interest being

'. r ,- ''paw Bolic, with Williams receiving. orial ,address here when Clewistonwill the vast tract of fertile land. The first victory of ,the season on a large taken in each of the races and in
:. '. .. l' dead of I Lake, the speaker pointed out, orig- ice truck
Y Opposing the Fort Myers battery turn out to honor the furnished through the each of the 53 candidates of the
. ,:. Clewi&ton presented young William all wars in memorial day exercises inally had no outlet other than the courtesy of Mr. Oglesby, the young- county.

I l' Hooks, star 15 year old pitcher, and I at the Clewiston school auditorium I natural slop-over across the southern sters returned jubilant over the re- I With the day for paying poll tax
at eight o'clock Sunday evening. tip of the. peninsular of Florida. sults of their first encounter.
t Jake McLain behind the pan. Young I | past, candidates and political workers -
I Hooks added ,to his enviable record As a special feature of the exercises The' first drainage activities carriedon : They made good use of the new I have revised their list of voters

f, by allowing ,only three hits in the a choir from LaBelle will be present'I by Henry Diston and his 'associates -I bats given them by the American for a final effort to swing support
to render musical selections, as will In 1895 with the view of rais- Legion when they routed the offerings -
.... 13 sessions, with 14 men returned their way before election day, June
via the strike out route. The young also be a choir from the Clewiston ing sugar in the Everglades were of of Jesse Harris, Moore Haven 7th. Clewiston precinct handed a

Clewiston pitcher held the Ft. ,Myers Community church. no material benefit to later settlers pitcher, with their six runs. surprise to most of the candidatesby

aggregation hitless of the first There will be no church services. who came here to enter the truck- The pitching of George Hooks, qualifying a high percentage of

l eight innings and seemed well ,on in ,Clewiston on that night, both ing business. who whiffed twelve of the Moore registered voters. Of the 530 regis-

I the way to a hitless game when in churches cooperating to make the When the actual drainage of the Haven batters and the sparkling un- tered voters in this precinct 445 qual-

: the ninth Williams, Fort :Myers receiver memorial services an outstanding Everglades started the generally ac- assisted double play of Jim Beards- ified before the poll tax books closed

;. poled out one over :first that success. cepted idea of drainage was thata ley, third baseman, were said to be here at midnight Saturday. During,

i f r Cracker McLendon made a desperate The complete, program follows: few canals leading from the lake the outstanding features of the game. the last day for poll tax paymentsthe
Star Spangled Banner. to the sea would allow the surplus These two teams will meet
effort to reach but failed by inches i deputy collectors here. Miss Laura
!' to snatch. Williams' clean hit allowed Invocation, Dr. W. T. Bailey. I water to be drained off by,gravitation Sunday afternoon on the new dIam- Matteson and M. M. Taylor, were

the, catcher to safely reach Music by the LaBelle choir. With the idea in mind, and it was, ond here which the boys have put kept busy until late at night as the

first. He scored a moment later I Remarks by the Commander .of I an accepted theory at the time, the I Ii in shape for playing. The diamondis voters came into the office to qual

when a long double to right tied: the Clewiston Legion Post. i state of Florida started the reclama-! located just off the road to the ify for participation in the primary

the score and forced the game to the Music by the Clewiston: choir. tion process by the dredging of five sugar mill, and the game is scheduled elections.

extra innings. Selection, J. E. Beardsley. canals, namely: St. Lucie, North to begin at 1:30. The boys are Although the races, are being
Selection, W. C. Owen.1' New River, Miami, West Palm Beach anxious to have a large attendance
the'two watched both the voters
hits seemed closely by
l, Although at'
I': hearless break to Clewiston it gave Address, Hon Elwin A. Bass. I and the Hillsborough. As the work to show what they are doing ,with and candidates the campaigns con-
Music by the LaBelle choir. progressed it was found that these their team.NEW .
the fans three more Innings of jamb i ducted in the interest of the various
'" Music. few canals did not ,provide adequate|
: ':' up ball, and gave Beder Nail a bid I candidates have been kept on a high
I drainage to permit farmers planting
Benediction, Father F. J. Fin e- :
:C' ;' for glory when he slapped a screaming i plane and free from "mud slinging"and
with degree of certainty, and
I" "' triple to right field in the 13th gan. personal thrusts. In each' of
with this new knowledge of the na-
1 :, inning and scored on a bunt which the five three-cornered races the
ture of the soil and flow of watera
,t : Bill Bolton laid down the first baseline I candidates are jockeying for posi-
FATHER FINNEGAN large drainage district called the ON LOCAL COURSEA
for a perfectly executed squeeze Everglades drainage district was. tion as number one or two, and eachis
play and the second issue of the Ft. striving to gain a majority of the
created by the state, to allow;.landowners -:
\:;;." Myers scalp for the Breakers' belt SAILS FOR IRELANDFather in the section\ a local methodof new rule will be"put into'effect votes cast. for his particular officein

;. Jake McLain caught a nice game drainage. Within the Eyerglades on the Clewiston golf course Sunday ,order: to win; the, nomination in
and handled the offerings. of Hooksin the-, first ;primary. The five races
drainage district there ar'e now sub-I to. protect shrubbery recently : '
an excellent manner The Clewis- F. J. Finnegan, accompanied planted'on the course, W. C Owenof With three or more 'candidates ,ro:'
drainage districts to provide'for the.
ton infield, composed of Nall, Bolton, by 'his sister, Miss Joan Finne- variations in problems met the the greens committee announced County Judge, with W: T. 1\Iaddo'x.

Dick Hooks and McLendon played gan, will leave Sunday for New York land owners. by this week. The new rule is: "Balls H. A. Rider and Selden L. Stewart;

hot defensive ball for the whole 13 where after a short visit with his With the creation of the Ever-' may be moved one club length from Sheriff, H. L. Delaney, W. C. HookerD.

:,:': frames, with the work of Dick and brother there, he will sail for his planted shrubbery without penalty." L. McLauglin and Porter Rich-
glades drainage district and the sub-
r .",,.,'. Bolton bordering on the sensational former home In Ireland for an extended drainage districts there The Clewiston course is gaining ards; Tax Assessor, with Solon B.

at times. Cracker McLendon, lanky visit with relatives and many (Continued on Page were*) dug popularity as is shown by the in- Crews, W.' L. Murray and Hurd L,

F ::' third sacker. played his usual brand friends in Killarney. Father FI me- creasing number of fans playing here Reeves; Tax Collector, with J. R.

:,: of fielding and kept his record clean gan will sail from New York aboard last Sunday and through the week. Doty, E. E., Kelly, and J. L, Taylor;

of having hit safely in every gamef' the Carinthia 'on June 4th for the WILL BUILD AGAIN Golfers from all around the lake One county commissioner's race is

of the season. port of Cobh, Ireland. were seen on the course and with being contested by four candidates:

t ,c' The local outfield, composed of While away for the months of local merchants closing their placesof for the office in district three, West

, Land, McFeeters and Rush, did nOl June, July August and September, ON SITE RAZED BY business on Thursday afternoonsthe LaBelle, C. C. Cochrane, Ray C.

: 'J '' have many chances to show their he will combine business with pleasure number is expected to increase Hull, W. A. Jones and :Marke Pool

ability of handling their positions, by attending the world-wide WEDNESDAYFIRE all during the summer. are entered.
but answered the call like veterans !Eucharistic congress, which is to be FIRE i Beneficial rains during the past Unopposed candidates in the countyare

:,, on every ball that reached them. held this year in Dublin. Father 'weeks have given a new growth to : C. E. Miner, for school board

Aside from the excellent hurling Finnegan says the city of Dublin is PROOF BUILDING WILL BE the fairways and greens, which ,have member from District number three;

i ;. t of Bolic, the mit work of Williams making preparation for a million vis- STARTED BY SEED COMPANYIN been mowed during the past week.. B. F. Magill, for county commissioner -

I' and the fielding of the visiting cen- itors there when the congress con- SEPTEMBERFire I The course will be in excellent con-. district three (East LaBelle) ;
venes on June 21st. The congressis Paul Deam for Justice of the Peace,
(Continued on page 4)) dition Sunday, when it is expected II IIi
held in different count- of undetermined district W. Howard forI
annually origin com- i that a large number of golfers will one; George ,
ries. Four years ago it was held at pletely destroyed the building and the I I I Justice of the Peace, District numbertwo
play course.
King Issues Challenge Chicago. stock of seed, feed and fertilizer of and Democratic and Republican

When he returns to Clewiston in the W. ,S. Harvel Seed company hereat UADIES' AID TO SLEET committeemen from each precinct. IJ

tz:" To Debate With Mayo October Father Finnegan said he an early hour Wednesday morning The closing meting of the Ladles

would immediately start work on The fire was discovered by A. Aid society will be held at the churchon 1292 Plaes
,, .--- the St. Jude's church which is to Weiland, who was sleeping in the Thursday June 3rd. with Mrs. G. B. Polling to
Thomas in charge. The meeting will
Orlando, May 24-Franklin O. be built at Canal Point. back of the building, 'about 1:15 a. begin at 12:30 and a covered dish lunch
. .. King, Orange county state senator I m., but it had gained such headwaythat will be' one of the main features of Open at 8 on June 7
the affair.A .
I and candidate for state commissioner it was impossible to save but large attendance is requested.

' of agriculture, today challenged: Poll Tax Payment to little of the property in the build- Tallahassee, Fla., May 25.Florida

his opponent, Nathan Mayo, incumbent ing. About 60 per cent of the voters will cast their ballots at
7' to three joint debates between i Get Court TestingMiami damage was covered by insurance. Clewiston Merchants 1,292 polling places throughout the

May 28 and June 7. King's chal- Mr. Harvel was in Boynton at the state from 8 a. m. Tuesday, June 7,

1, nge, addressed to Mayo at his home May 24-Perrine Palmer, time the fire occurred, where he had Close Thursday p.m. to sundown that same day in the

in Summ rfield, said in part: served gone to close a business deal for the first state primary for 1932.
magazine contributor, today
"During my campaign to succeed notice on the Dade county commis- coming farming season. All of his Since the peak of the vegetable Unless all candidates who top the

" c you as commissioner of agricultureof sion of intent to challenge the con- 'personal belongings in the building season has been passed here, Clew- ticket in their race for nominationspoll

Florida, I have made certain, j stitutionality of, the State law requiring ;.were destroyed. The only property I'iston merchants have agreed to be- a majority of the votes cast in
statements which have I saved was the seed company's delIvery gin the custom of closing their pla-
you not seen : voters to pay poll tax. He those contests, there will be a
fit to publicy deny. In order i truck and a truck of Mr. ces of business each Thursday afternoon -
-did]1 not set a date for bringing the second primary at the same hours on
Wetland and a few' of the latter'spersonal
ford you an opportunity to defend promised legal action. i during the summer months. Tuesday, June 28. Because of the
; '. stewardship, after i goods, and some of the They will begin next Thursday, June
'r your serving nearly -I In his notification Palmer took number of candidates this year a-

10 years in the state capitol I hereby -I the stand that the United States constitution office equipment. 2nd.Each second primary appears certain.
challenge to joint debate, Plans,. are being made for the merchant requests his cust-
} you a ; in guaranteeing free suf- Both Democrats and Republicans
I. or rather a series of three debates, erection a modern fireproof build- omers to bear the date in mind and
frage, means that there shall be no will hold primary elections June 7.
one to be held in Tampa, one in financial qualifications such as poll ing, which Mr. Harvel says, will be make purchases in the morning. The I I Democratic voters ,will ballot on a
Marion home of hollow tile and concrete. Construction stores will close at 12:30. No def-
county, :your county, tax payment required, and held that long list of candidates for nominations -
, 'and the other in Polk county, which any attempt to collect such taxes will probably start about inite date has been 'set by the merchants for congressional, state, district -

: is the largest citrus producing countyin makes elections void.Palmer's the first of September.The on which they will remain op- and county offices. Republican
Florida" fire was Clewiston's first fire all but it is
en day Thursday generally -
notice' said he would at- voterse will select presidential elec-
since the destruction of the homeof .
understood that this practicewill
tack both the Demo-
forthcoming tors In several groups'where there
FOUR INCH F. M. Wright here March 17th of months of
RAIN FALLS ONT: continue through the
primary June 7 and the
general are contests, and nominate candi-
,HENDRY COUNTY COMMUNITYWhat election in the state in Novem- last year.As June. July and August. dates for county offices in a few
local equipment attempted to
ber as being Illegal because of State ,. counties.
save the property and exunguisu the LUNCHEON HOUR MOVED UP
promises to be the beginningof requirement that tax of
: poll $1
; flames, a high wind whipped from FOR POLITICAL RALLY DATE I The secretary of state's office here
a rainy fell in I year be paid ,before voters cast
season Ft. Denaud[ may the south east fanned the blaze to lists election precincts in each coun-

Tuesday when four inches of rain their ballots. I full strength making it impossiblefor The weekly luncheon of the Ki- ty as:

;, fell on that western part of they fire fighters to enter the buildingto wanis club will be held next Wednes- Alachua, 23; Baker, ,7; Bay, 22;

county. Light scattered rains havefallen DANCE: AT INN TUESDAY save any property of con.eque'nce. day at 7:15, half hour earlier than Bradford, 8; Brevard, 26; 'Broward,

i: !In! ,all. parts ,of the county this The Am rtcan/ Legion's, bi-weekly Until tho new building is erected the club to attend the sixth county 16; Calhoun, 12; Charlotte, 8;

---. week, which farmers Bay, is being dance will be held Tuesday evening the Harvel Seed company will occu- wide political rally to be held here Citrus, 14; Clay, 11; CollIer 8;

very beneficial to groves- and' .. fields at the Clewiston Inn, Ed Butler, py portion of the Alston building, Wednesday night, June 1st, at the Columbia, 14; Dade, 83; DeSoto, 10i}

here dance; chairman; auuounced; next to Alston's drug store school auditorium. (Continued on page 4J

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THE CLEWISTON Simply because the grocer and the GEORGE WASHINGTON rou supniuxTRXDKvr OF PUIILIC just a citizen who seeking to assistin

J meat: man and the clothier and the SOLDIERS REMEMBEREDThis INSTRUCTION the upbuilding of this county.
I will appreciate your support in the
Published every Friday In Clewistoa, apparel store and the national man- This! is to announce my candidacy Primary June
Florida by the CLEWISTON NEWS, ufacturer have taught them, throughthe year, on the day when the for re-election to the office of Super- 7th.CHARLIE MINER.
American people give thought to intendent of Public Instruction. Hav (Paid Political advertisement) --jJ
Inc. advertising pages of magazines ing served in that capacity for the
and newspapers, that advertised those who gave their lives for the pant three and one half years I wish FOR COUNTY JUDGE "
preservation: of the nation, it is es- to offer my post record only as what
Entered as second class matter. goods have come to be best goods. you may expect of me. I know that To the Voter of Hendry County:
February 1. 1927, at the Post OffIceat "They have found that the rea- pecially appropriate to rememberthe the position I occupy is a big one, and Appreciating the privilege I have had
and patriots who died during the Revolution that it takes a big man to fill it as it of serving as County Judge for a short
Clewiston Florida under the Act son It pays the manufacturer should be filled
while battling with General and I have tried to time by appointment and believing the;
of March 3, 1897.A the merchant to advertise is that grow to it. people of Hendry County recognizethe -
IT PAYS THE CONSUMER TO BUY I Washington for the independence of. I know, too, that my past record can principle that when a public officer
the American people. In no way I be improved upon, and I feel that there has served for only a part term and
newspaper devoted to the best ADVERTISED GOODS. Is no one In the county better preparedor i his record is acceptable, he is entitledto
could :Memorial be better observed -
Interests of Hendry County, FlorIda more willing to make that Improvement a continuance in such office for a,
than in thus devoting it to than I am. We have tried to full term, I hereby announce my candi-
Its leading newspaper. I II Washington's honor give you good schools, and will not dacy for County Judge of Hendry County -
r during this year be satisfied with anything ,short of the subject to the ,Democratic PrimaryIn
,when we celebrate the 200th anni- very best that. the funds Intrusted to June, and respectfully solicit an inspection -
Subscription rate: per year ....-?2.00
: will record for the rffcort
us give. of my
I boo Late versary of his birth, and nothing
Outside of State of Florida ......$2.50 We must economize, but not to the period of my incumbency. I shall be
I ,would be more in Washington's own point affecting the efficiency of our apreclatlve and grateful to you for
spirit than this tribute to those loyal schools. Schools your vote and support at the coming
Advertising rates furnished on application i : -, must go on even
Americans who their lives j though times arc not so good. Youth primary election.
(Classify Respectfully.H. .
-170 I Ito ( passes the school age but once, and
the cause for which he fought. I I schools must be provided regularly or A. RIDER.
RUSSELL This rite is all the more necessary the children of the country lose that (Paid political ndvertlaexncBt)
Business office, Clewlston News, I which they can never recover. Since
Secrtevy, Florid Prcv Auo MMk>x according to United States George the state pays more than half of the FOR COUNTY JUDGETo
Editorial and I
Clcwlston, Florida. _.._ Washington Bicentennial Commission -I cost of an eight month's school Hen-
Advertising same. I II I dry county cannot afford to fail to the Voters of Hendry Count71I
I because of the curious historical -
II '. provide the balance of the amount nec- hereby announce myself as a can-
I (Editor's note: This Is one of a fact that no accurate record was essary to provide at least an eight didate for County Judge subject to tho
Telephone 339 series of articles by Russell Kay secretary 'ever made, either during the Revolution month school, or we lose a portion of decision of the Democratic Primary,
of the Florida Press Association the state appropriation. June 7th.
and is published on its meritsas or after it, of the patriots I do not claim any great amount of Your vote and support will be ap'

ELECTION FACTS entertainment only, and not as who died in action, in th ircountry'sfor brilliancy but am a thinking man with preciated.
any boost or knock to any candidate i good judgment and have the Interestof W. T. MADDOX
for political office. struggle Independence Wash- the children of our county at heart, (I>>old political advertisement)
Now that the hustle and bustleof I ington's hurriedly gathered and untrained -'and am giving my whole time and at-

paying poll tax is over the voterscan I Well it won't be long NOW And I army had no facilities for tention to my official duties. Vote for FOR TAX COLLECTORTo
me if feel that I
you am making good:
turn their attention to the com- are a lot of poor candidates all fig-j the "paper work" that has become think that I am entitled to a second all Voters In Hendry County

ing primary, and we believe It not ity and nervous? I mean they are,i[an elaborate feature of modern mil- term, as my experience ought to make I respectfully announce as candidatefor
me better qualified to serve I TAX COLLECTOR subject to the
amiss to repeat a few points on the and SOME of 'em got good reasonsto litary science. I Jam not a part of any ring but you.a dem- Democratic Primary of June 7th, 1932.If .

election system. be. For example, no count of American -| ocrat, and no true democrat will have elected I promise that the records
to sacrifice any democratic principle and receipts of this office will be
One point of importance is that Press agents been blUnt their fin- dead has come down to us from {Ito support and vote for me, and I shall 'handled In a careful, efficient and business -

of the absentee ballot by which a ger nails and got their pencils all. even so important an engagement as j'I appreciate your support and vote on : like manner and to the interest of
!June 7th. Hendry County.I .
qualified voter may cast his ballot wore down writin' hooey about who's I the action at Princeton, which en-I j E. L. STALLINGS. will appreciate your vote and sup

even though he be out of the county whoey. They would 'have us believe abled Washington to clear the British -; (I'nld Political Advertisement) port.
on election day. If you are sure I that the Governor's race is between out of New Jersey. The best (Paid Political advertisement)

you are not going to be here on John and Cary, with both of the big I authority on the subject contents I I II I FOR SHERIFF

election day go to Judge, Rider in I Ex's so far ahead they're not only I himself with reporting the British I I FOR TAX COLLECTOR,

LaBelle, get a ballot, mark it, sealit i leadin' everything else, but they are loss at more than one hundred, and To the Voters of Hcndry County; Te the Voters of Hendry County:

and it will be counted just as 11 leodin' EACH OTHER. the American loss "much less." 'I hereby announce myself as a candi- I hereby announce myself a candi-
though you are one of those many!i. I date to succeed myself as Sheriff of date for. re-election to the office of
Politicians have been jumpin' on I Ii One historic fact does sharply Hendry County, subject to the Demo- Tax Collector, subject to the Demo-
interested voters who will cast his i and-off stumps so fast and frantic: stand out, however, as to patriot cratic Primary June 7th. cratic Primary in June. If nominatedand
vote at the polls on June 7th. The elected, I will strive to serve the
{ If returned to this office I will
that they been startin forest fires losres in"t>attle. That is, where con- public to the very best of my ability as
ballot has already been approved by I tinue to serve the county to the best
in the past, and will keep: in mind at
the himself
fall over state. I II Washington reports them of my ability. I will continue to con-
01. the commissioners and has I all times the interest of the taxpayersand
county Tom Watson says he may be out they are accurate enough, and their duct the sheriff's office on a sound, general citizenship of Hendry
been turned to the printer to .I economical basis. I am making thrace
over I of GAS but insists that he ain't out smallness indicates with what economy solely on record and County putting forth every effort to
be printed. The law permits a voter, my past conduct the office in the most efficient -
i of the Race. He claims to be the i of men he accomplished his achievements as your sheriff. I and courteous

:r'. To go to the office of his county I: PEOPLE'S candidate, but the big] epoch-making results. For example, I I Your vote and support will be appredated. Thanking you for past manner.favors and for

judge at any time between Monday, I! continued support, I am. yoursto
question is whether the people know : he himself records that in the siege H. L. DELANEY.Paid .
; May 23rd and Friday, June 3rd, to I I I serve,
-- iit or not. I of Yorktown, the action that decided ( Political Advertisement) J. L. TAYLOR.
cast his absentee vote. This vote
I I (Paid Political advertisement)
the Revolution there but twen-
I don't know whether been were -
is cast with the full provisions of
keepin' your eye on this fellow Cald- ty-three of his officers and men kill- FOR SHERIFFI I I FOR TAX COLLECTORTo
of the Australian ballot it
secrecy ; i II
I I well no but if ask that I ed. At King's Mountain, another I
or ,
Is sealed by the voter and the judgeis you me, take this opportunity to announcemy I the Voters of Hendry; CountyjI
guy"has got more on the BALL than. pivotal engagement, the British loss candidacy for the office of Sheriff hereby announce myself a candi-
with its safe keeping :
most I of 'em, and a lot of other folks : was severe, but again the patriotslost of Hendry County, subject to the date for the office of tax collector, sub-
til election day, when he is further Democratic Primary, June 7, 1932. ject to the decision of the voters of the
!I i other candidates been COUNTIN' on but few. The battle of Trenton, If elected this the.June .
charged with the duty of sending I to office I will prove Democratic Party in Primary.I
I,!are gonna vote for him and see 'what the fight which Washington made his lay appreciation of your support by favor a law abolishing the fee
_.L;' it to the election Inspectors, and i famous crossing' of the Deleware the faithful performance of the dutiesof system for county officers and plac-
your" vote will be counted as though +I happens.The said office. ing them on a salary basis according
II I and which saved the patriot cause to their duties and responsibilities.I .
Your will be
support highly
\ yourself had deposited it in the Business Administration Boyshaven't appre-
you I II favor law abolishing the
a payment -
[ from going on the rocks of public ci a
ballot box. I I lost HART :yet, and Little :I ted.'V.. C. (BILL) HOOKER. of poll tax as n requisite to vote.
: apathy, was bought at the' cheapest If elected I promise a clean, safe
In all races where three or more price of all. Two patriot soldiers (Paid Political advertisement) economical administration of the affairs -
il- II of the office.I .
candidates have qualified there will
killed and three officers were
FOR CONSTAWL/E have been a resident and tax payerof
be no first and second choice votes., wounded-one of those was Lieu- this County for the past seventeen

Every vote is a first choice vote. If j i i Mr. Durrance seems to be terribly'tenant James Monroe, afterwards To tile Voters of District One: years. My record is open for your In- r ''i....

one of the candidates polls a majority -,j up-set about the kind of trousers Mr. President of the United States. I hereby announce my candidacy for spection.I hope to meet every voter before

of votes cast for that particular : Hardee wears, and complains about The best count now possible by re-election as Constable for the First the primary, but may not. be able to
District of Hendry County.If do so, do not feel slighted It I fail
race he is declared the party the length of time it takes him to I
military expert: gives Washington ra I re-elected to this office I will to see you. Many people prefer not
nominee. If however, the: vote are sit down. Probably if Charlie is, total enlisted military force of 39- continue to serve ;you in the same efficient to be bored by candidates taking up
elected[! he'll better admin- manner I have in the their time.I .
so divided that no candidate polls] give us a : given
000 but he had these gathered
: never past, and shall always work for the would appreciate the opportunity
a majority of those cast for the office -iSGaUon by wearin' a SUN SUIT and together at any one time, owing to best: interests of Hendry; county.I to serve at least one term as an official -

there will be a second. or run-i I stndn', on his feet for four years. lapses and over-lapping of enlist-I 1 will appreciate your vote and sup- of the county I had some part

off primary on June 28 in which 1 j! And they're all hoppin' on John port. In creating.
ments, and at critical times his forces E. B. BUTLER. Vote for J. R. Doty for tax collector
the names of the two candidates who| Martin because he j (, '(-:t up a few' sank to 3,000. The most accurate I I (Paid Political Advertisement) get your neighbor to vote for him then

led in the June 7th primary will be.I'tux titles and took tr.:, homes away the:I __ we will all three be happy.J. .
'I'I i count possible today, covering I R. DOTY.
listed. Between these two the voters from folks that couldn't their' FOR CLERK CIRCUIT COURT
pay number of patriots actually shot and (":lId polltlenl advertisement

may again make a selection. This]:taxes. But this is a FREE country, killed in battle, fixes their number I To tIle Voter 0f Hendry County:

year is the first time a second primary lain't it, and John leas as much right!i j tat I I I
4,044. I hereby announce myself a candidatefor
has been held in Florida since I to earn a,HONEST livin' as the next i; Again the Revolutionary army II'I re-election to the office of Clerk VOTEFor

why Dick Circuit Court, subject to the Democratic -
the Bryan primary system was adopted. guy, so on him. could make no effort to mark the Primary in June.

Under the second primary system Over in Tampa they got more' burial places of the dead, as is the !I! If nomin:itecl and elected I promise

the same results are obtainedas I ;honest and faithful service, as I have Selden L. StewartFor
names on the registration books than I modern military practice, and the endeavored i iI ( to render in the past

by the second choice vote system :!'they|! have addresses in the city Direc-'sacred places where these heroes lie i+ Thanking you for past favors and

and the present system is much less:1 tory, and so many folks got their I will never be known. Almost the I I I for your continued support,- I nm,
Yours to serve,
complicated, and is more easily un-( Poll Tax paid on the last day that. only known graves of Revolutionary WILLIAM T. HULL. County Judge

derstood by a larger number of vot the tax collector had to work all day soldiers are those who survived the (Paid, Political advertisement)

ers., Sunday makin' out I stand for n square deal In support
I receipts. So stop war and were buried in private bur-
FOR JUSTICE OF TilE PEACEAt of 10nncl order.
every person who is qualified wonderin' which way old Hillsbor- ial grounds. Your vote courteously solicited and

Cast a vote on election day. Take apart I' ough is gonna GO. It's already Nothing remains, therefore, of the request of many friends I am Mill be appreciated.
announcing for Justice of the Peace for
in .
your government.DID GONE. those who gave their lives in the the First District of Hendry County (Paid political advertisement) 01

making of the United States .except In all matters brought before the ASSESS RI -'--- -
YOU EVER STOP TO J.'IIIXI\;: Justice's court I have dealt fairly and
And from readin' these politicalads the memory of their heroism. It is impartially with all concerned, and at \

I find that just about all the!the greater reason why on Memorial all times have worked for a better- hereby announce my candidacy for
election TAX ASSESSOR for Hendry
By Edson R. Waite ment of If reelectedto as
candidates BELONG. They are Masons -!;Day, in this :year of tribute to George the office I shall county.continue to conduct County, sublcct to the action of the

George C. Handy, publisher of the I I Elks, Shriners, Knights, Owls, j Washington, the United States should the office on the same policy. Democratic Primary, June 7, 1932.
Your vote- and will be If elected, I will conduct the officein
Ypsilanti (:Mich.) Daily Press, says: Woodmen, Eagles, Odd Fellows or give a thought to these selfgivingmen preciated. ap- a fair and impartial manner and for

"The American housewife is com-I':[! what have you, and believe me, if who died that their country PAUL DEAM. the-best interests of the county.

ing to be the world's greatest ad-!II was SECRETARY of a lot of lodges might live.I (Paid Political Advertisement) SOLON B. CREWS. '

vertiser. lover i| the state I'll bet I'd see to it.i I (Paid Political advertisement)
"First thought of what advertisIng -'!I that these babies had their DUES I FOIL COUNTY District COMMISSIONER One: FOR TAX ASSESSORTo r

really is prompts you to label paid before I'd let 'em try to RIDE

this statement as rediculous, but if;the:' Fraternity for a lot of BROTHERLY -:1 Political Announcements I II Ii I I hereby office announce of County my candidacy Commissionerfrom forth I the respectfully People of announce Hendry County as candidatefor

you will stop to consider the fact I votes. : District One, Hendry county. sub- Tax Assessor of Hendry County,
that is 'I ject to the Democratic Primary June subject to the Democratic Primary to
every person constantly advertising -
7 1932
i I be held in June.
by his every move, his, And Mr. Codrington of Palatka,I FOR REPRESENTATIVE I am running on a platform of strict' I belong to no clique or faction whatsoever .

speech, his relationship with fellowmen j I tells me I'm all wrong about Ruth I. economy in expenses of the county but am making the race for

in every wakeful moment of his:I takin' Mark for a ride. He says it's I re-election I hereby announce as Representative my candidacy from for!I government dealing, not, with only a to fair this and district impartial but merits.Tax Assessor strictly on my own

life-and frequently in his sleeping: gonna be the other 'round And to the entire county. My record asa
way Hendry County in the state Legislature, '' member of the school board is openi If nominated and elected I promisean
momer.ts--you will begin to agree the lady you meet WALKIN' BACK. subject to the Democratic Primary.j ito i i inspection by all voters and I point honest and faithful performance of

with :by statement will be Mrs. Owen. Mebbe so. but I June 7, 1932. with pride to the reduction. in school the duties of the office, and fair and
If re-elected I will continue to work I expenses made during my term of office Impartial treatment toward all. It
"How do American housewives ad- I'm not convinced, and if Mr. Wilcox i for the best interest of the entire county on this board. shall be my purpose and endeavor at

vertise? I'll tell you. Just choose picks that little lady up in his Cad-I as I have done in the past. ; Tour vote and support will be greatly all times to help you In every way I

any business corner on a Saturday illac, I'm bettin' she takes it away I Your vote. and support will be appreciated. appreciated. DAVE G. ALSTON. can.I.will appreciate your vote and sup-

mooring, the day after all the gro from him and drives right ,on up to ELEERT L. STEWART.Paid ,'I (Paid Political advertfsement) port.
I Yours to
cerand meat Washington ( Political advertisement) serve. .
specials have appearedin by HERSELF. .4
the papers and you will see how DiNtrlct One.I (Paid Political advertisement) L

they advertise. They advertise Right now it looks like Mr. Roose-I FOR RKPUKSnJVTATlVETo I,I hereby announce-my candidacy for FOR TAX ASSESSORTo

their thrift and their good judgmentand velt was all fixed as the Democrat the People of Hcndry Count ft !County Commissioner of District One.
their business acumen, their nomlnee'for President, but Mr. Smith At the request of a large number of I'.subject to the Democratic Primary, the People of Hcndry CountytI
citizens from every section of Hendry 7th. respectfully candidacy
interest in life and their love for and Mr. Traylor and Mr. Garner anda county, I hereby announce myself a'. I have lived in this community for I I for RE-ELECTIO-N announce as my TAX ASSESSOR --

their families by selecting wIth care few other guys are standln' around candidate for Representative from the past 13 years and believe I know I for Hendry County without
the best food with Hendry County in the next Legislature, the needs of the district and the wishesof pledges to anyone and without promises -
the Sunday din- a monkey wrench waltin' to
subject to the action of the June
the people. If elected to this office except to the people as a whole,
ner that money can buy and they do ,throw it, and you just can't tell what Democratic Primary, Realizing that I will always work for the district protecting the owner of the property
their selecting at the stores which will happen. the best results can only be obtainedby and for the entire county.R. as well as the Interests' of the county.I .
the Representative and State Sena- B. WALDRON want all the voters that believe I
have proven their worth, their dependability tor cooperating, I shall cooperate to (J'lIcI pnlltll'nl n4vertiscmentl have made a good assessor: fair and
their willingness to the fullest extent with our State Senator I square to all, find who are willing to
Well anyhow, one group of polIticians for the best interest of the entire FOR SCHOOL r.OAltn MKMIIER trust that I will continue to do the
serve and their right to share public will RIDE the Elephant,' county. I Invite a careful comparisonof right and proper thing to support me.

confidence. and another will RIDE the my record in the 1929 Legislaturewith Being )keenly interested in the welfareof If. however, ';you do nut ?e.' It that way,
gang that of my successor. the county and especially in the you are still my friend and I am yours.
"And why do American house- Donkey, while you and me can go Your vote and Influence will be appreciated school system, I am announcing my Thanking you, I am your friend and

wives advertise their modern method right on WALKIN,' unless w.;\ want candidacy for election as a member of present tax assessor
LOUIS O. GRAVELY. the Hendry County Board of Public In- HURD T.,. REEVES.
ot buying! to ?.d.van.U3< in tuia\ way to try RIDIN' the BULL, (raiI ..\ 81veTtiaemei< \\t) ,MWttQn, ttnot! fit politician( but' U'rid' palltisai, IHln1'tImtaPAGE )



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where he has been transacting busi-I dreamers, and dreams. In first PUBLIC IS WARNED J[which allege they have secured the
ness. Mrs. Storey has been visiting ,Samuel. Ch. 3, the boy Samuel con- right to distribute them free from
Personal Mention friends in New Orleans, La. versed with God in dreams. Through DeLand, Fla., May 26-The Flor- the Florida building in the Cov.rt

dreams the Lord gave many warn- ida public is warned to be wary of of States in next year's exposition

tf: DELIGHTFUL BRDDGE ings and directions. solicitors of advertising space in in Chicago, just what distributionmay

Beder Nall motored to Jacksonville Joseph "dreamed yet another books descriptive of Florida. and Its be expected.
Monday. Mrs. Fred Hill entertained Friday dream and told it his brethren, and resources with the understandingthat "There will be no opportunity
afternoon with a delightful bridgeat said, behold, the sun and the they will be distributed from the whatever for the distribution of any

Troy Puryear was a week end visitor the Clewiston Inn, in honor of moon and the eleven stars made Florida Building at the Century of books, booklets or pamphlets, except
: in Sarasota. Miss Billie ,Artasani and Mrs. Artas- obeisance to me. And he told it to Progress Exposition in Chicago next those prepared under the directionof

t ----- ani, sister and mother of Mrs. J. P. his father, and to his brethren; and year. the Florida commission and those

I L. C. Sturgess spent the week end Percy. Ms father rebuked him and said Earl W. Brown, manager of the will be devoted absolutely exclusively

1; ; visiting in Palm Beach. Guests were Mrs. T. V. Watson, unto him, Shall I and thy mother Florida exhibit, has been asked by to descriptions of the resources

h''I Mrs. E. R. Fontaine, Miss Marion and thy brethren indeed come to bow many who say they have been soli- of the state", Mr. Brown said.
F. K. Foster spent the week end Harmon, Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, Miss down ourselves to thee to the earth? cited to take space in books, book-
', .. visiting in Eeverglades City. Artasani Mrs. J. P. Percy Mrs. H. It would probably have been lets, pamphlets and other forms of HOMEWARD BOUND

A. Bestor, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, Mrs- better if Joseph had not told his advertising matter the promoters of The Leviathan
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hill attended H. J. B. Scharnberg, Mrs. Leland dreams to his brothers, and if his I is on her way home.
r'' __ I For the first time in eighteen
the theatre in Pahokee Sunday evening Perkins, Mrs. D. G. Alston, Mrs. W. brothers could have treated him kind- m -
the of the is steaming
{ C. Hooker Mrs. F. Deanne Duff ly and sympathized with him, it years queen seas

I I Mrs. W. C., Owen, Mrs. E. L. Stew, I would have been well. The dreams 1 LISTEN Voters! land back and pride to Germany she was, whose in the Vater-early

Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Digges of I art, Miss Dorothy Moorman, Mrs. K. I' showed that Joseph was ambitious, weeks of that which
Moore: Haven, were Sunday visitors'L. Osborne Mrs. T. B. and if his older brothers could have summer was
I I' Shelley and
II IIh to usher in four long years of worldwide
here. guided him aided him in choos-
Mrs. J. E. Beardsley. Tea guests
I.' J included Mrs. A. L. Rackstraw, Mrs. ing the right way to develop his am- Let's Help the FarmerBY bloodletting.And .
J. A. Plunkett motored to Tampa!) M. W. Biggs, Mrs. Alscott, Mrs. W. C. bition, both they and he would have what of the balance sheet
Saturday where he the week I whose items go back to the day she
spent Worth. Mrs. Watson won high been happier. But their minds were ELECTING .
end I filled with and hatred. was interned?
Mrs. envy
score prize
Beardsley second
Red figures list 8,500,000 killed
T. V. Watson is spending several I Miss Harmon cut, Mrs. Rackstrawcut Joseph's conduct in life showed FRANKLIN 0. KING and dead in war. '
that his ambition was to do right
'" Miss Moorman low
: and Miss
days on business throughout the I Wounded disabled cripples, incurable -
and accomplish good.
state. Artasani and Mrs. Artasani were number
presented with Such ambition is commendable in 21,000,000.
t ----- guest tokens. every boy and girl. We are told I. ." h_ _::-_." u-:_ Polish villages have their men
r Ice cream, cake and lemonade was without legs and Missouri towns
: Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Moore, of "Be not disobedient to the heavenly
served. Mrs. Hill was assisted in their veterans who will be
:' Moore Haven chargeson
spent Sunday visiting vision, for the dreams of youth are
J. here. serving by Mrs. C. L. Downs. often the prophecies of what God society as long as they live.

r:, means and makes it possible for the I Nations are ground down by the
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Land, and Miss l dreamer to be." burden of reparations and war debts,
I l' .. : Marcia Avant motored to.Palm Beach tmfcap i-kijool loans are repudiated and govern-

ill Tuesday. France has placed an embargo on ments fall under the pressure.
..--- American apples. In return con- Unhealed wounds fester and sus-

W., R. Eve, Jr., of Orlando, was JLe gOn gress might place an embargo on the N picion and fear pile higher the dead

in Clewiston recently transacting French war-debt applesauce.Harrisburg weight of ornaments.
FOR MAY 29 1932.
business. Patriot. Around the world trade stands
Subject: Joseph tIle Dreamer. gripped in the vise of shortsightedgreed.

J. C. Phillips, of Pahokee, spent Golden Text: "Provide things In every quarter the cost
Tuesday in Clewiston transacting honest in the sight of all men." Pam's Patter Lj1lANB'IGrandma of human folly takes its toll.-

business. Rom. 12:17. For that the Vaterland became a

I Lesson Text: Genesis 37:1-11. prize of war and a troop transport.
Mrs. T. V. Watson and Mrs. FredHill Would she had never left off plying -
I Time and Place: B. C. 1725, place
were Thursday visitors in Palm i Hebron. t +? .i.rycf between the port of her buildersand

Beach. I the harbor guarded over by the
Introduction: After parting from goddess whose torch enlightens the
Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Osborne at-: Esau, Jacob went to a city called world.-St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
tended the theatre in Pahokee Sun-, Shalem in Canaan, where his sons J 1k

{. day evening. I had a quarrel with the citizens, and LIVING WITH NATUREIS
Jacob moved his family to Bethel. RARE PRIVILEGE

; .. Mr. and Mrs. Hoomes Rich and Mr.] "He afterwards moved to Hebron.On STATE COMMISSIONER OF WITH RURAL CHILDREN!
and Mrs. N. A. Nielsen spent Sunday the journey from Bethel to He- '

.. I, in Palm Beach. bron, at Ephrath, or Betlehem, Benjamin AGRICULTUREPRIMARY By Spuds Johnson
was born and Rachael, his
Does the farm lack the opportunities -
Miss Virginia Gallant, of Venice. mother, died. 'No other story in the ( JUNE 7)) and privileges of the cities? If
k'k .. : is here to spend the summer visiting Old Testament is so full of interestas it does the city certainly does not
I her parents. that of Joseph. His purity of life
.1. have the rare privileges that life on
and his rare abilities stand out in He Will Stop: a farm presents. Here is what Dr. C.
j' I Miss Roberta George and Earnest
sharp contrast- to baseness and i B. Smith chief of Cooperative Extension -
MacClelland attended the theatre in cruelty of his brothers. The trainof PRINTING OF USELESS BOOKS; Work in the United States, has

; Pahokee Sunday.A. events in Joseph's life indicate EMPLOYMENT OF RELATIVES; to say in that regard.
God's providential leadings and care.
SHIPMENT OF GREEN FRUIT; "They are privileged children who
J W. Lawrence and A. A. Mun- God's promises to Abraham, Isaac
SALE OF "BOOTLEG EGGS." grow up on a farm. Practically the
I1Jr- in Lake-
I roe spent Tuesday and Jacob, and the whole of Jacob's
: 4 l port on business. life are an essential part of the FEES' TO FAVORED LAWYERS; whole period of childhood to maturityis
concerned with educational pro
:, story. Our lesson today shows Jo- WHOLESALE PARDONING OF
,': Mrs. G. O. Wallace and Mrs W. seph, as a youth of seventeen years, CRIl\ N'ALS. cesses and growth. There is some-

t G. Wallace, of Moore Haven, were hated by his brothers,. Joseph was thing about agriculture and countrylife
that makes sound foundations
; Tuesday visitors here. Jacob's favorite child, the son of
: for practically future superstructure. -
his beloved Rachel. We can see He Will Start:
Miss St. Martin and Lonnie War- how Jacob would have a special love .
ren attended the theatre Sunday for Joseph, but he should not have says In the old daya big FULL TIME IN OFFICE; "Any consideration of the education -

evening in Pahokee. displayed his, feelings. Even if Jo- and little klda were given a slice, of REAL ENFORCEMENT OF I I and training of youth in rural
areas must take into consideration at
-- seph was pure and humble, his brothers bread, butter and sugar after schoolas .
I '; Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Stallings and were human and were subject to a pick-up. Here's where I become GREEN FRUIT LAWS; j ithe outset the things inherent in and
LaBelle old-fashioned. ECONOMY IN ADVERTISING i 1 contributed by the farm and the open
4' Mrs. Mary Hayes Davis of envy, jealousy and hatred. Some of ;
country itself. It is there that
were in Clewiston Monday. the tragedy in Joseph's life could MORE COUNTY AGENTS; manyof
t the great basis things of life are
probably have been, avoided if Jacob ?MORE! PROFITABLE MARKETING;
Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Alston and had dealt, more wisely with him. .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..: :..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. I COMMON SENSE IN DEPARTMENT I learned.
; "From the time the country child is
Mrs. W. C. Hooker
spent Wednesday Joseph is one of the few prominent
SAVINGS TO TAXPAYERS.He big enough to bring in the kitchen
and Thursday in Jacksonville. I Bible characters of whom nothing I C. E. STEBELDealer I
firewood, feed the chickens, and
; bad is said. Jonathan is another. I
will allow Advertising Department gather the eggs, to the day he drives
Herbert Blate left Thursday morn- But with most of the leading characters Dealer In never -
I to at the cost of the team at his father's plow or feeds
\ ing for Live Oak, where he went to of the Bible that honest book Electric Refrigerators print (
attend the graduation of his sister. I has some fault to. find, relating some nearly $20,000 a book containing(into the thresher the gathered grain
Electrochef StovesRadios pictures of Millionaires homes and I of the year, he is being educated and
of their sins or follies. We shall _
Mrs. Van Cothern, of Moore Haven then padlock them in a trained in the fundamentals and verities
have occasion, as we go on, to point
spent Tuesday here with herparents out many of these aspects. It is the and Supplies to be distributed after "Hide-away"// of life.
': '" "To romp in the fields with a dog
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Hare. Radio
business of Christain life to
; every (Paid Advertisement paid for I
and explore is an educational process,
.1:: remind men of Christ, so that others J ;
Pahokee by friends and supporters of
Florida to rob a bumblebee's nest, or throw
r' Mrs. E. R. Fontaine, Bobby Fon may take knowledge of them that .................. .. ... ............. . ..
taine and Peters left the latter .. . .-. .- ..........-.-.................... Senator King (Continued on Pag 4)
they have been with Jesus; and Jo-
e part of the week for Tampa}seph gives us many hints of how this .-.. .... ... -- .- -.... -.. JmS:_
i where they will visit for a week and is to be done. Throughout all the ,
t. return to Clewiston. I events of his chequered life, God's I, .

1 ---- overruling Providence is seen to he
The friends of Dr. J. W. Ezelle will I guiding him. He is led by the discipline --

be pleased to know that he has returned of sorrow and misfortune to Ip .

to Clewiston after a few days the position in which he is ultimatelyto .
spent in the Good Samaritan Hospi-I prepare a home for his father and : Keep Politics Out of the Schools

tal in West Palm Beach. his brethren. His generous mag- ,,
nanimity recompenses with complete .
Mr. and Mrs. Keathley Bowden I forgiveness the men who had basely l ',; : ... I

. and son,_ Miss Bertha Gram, Miss I plotted his death. The story of Jo-
Anne Gram Mrs. V. Gram, C; V. Parkinson seph was deservedly a favorite among

I and J. M. Couse, of Moore;the Isralites." H
i i' Haven were visitors in Clewiston Sun- I "Joseph, being seventeen years I ELECT

day afternoon. old. was feeding the flock with his
brethren; and Joseph brought
; Mrs. W. M. Redelsheimer and son, unto his father their evil report.

Billy, and Mrs. Evelyn Pace returned Now Israel loved Joseph more than H
: to Clewiston Thursday afternoon all his children, because he was the CARL E. ROYER
from a three weeks visit with relatives son of his old age: *And when I.

and friends in Georgia and the his brethren saw that their father
I "" northern part of Florida. loved him more than all his brethren

they hated him." Jacob is said to
Recent out of town visitors here have been 92 years old when Josephwas Superintendent of Public InstructionA

were C. C. Campbell of Winter Ha- born, and Joseph was now 17
ven, J. C. Triplett of Winter Haven, years old."And .
t L. W. Garrett of West Palm Beach, Joseph dreamed a dream, 1It.

r Jimmie Olliver of West Palm Beach, and he told it his brethren: and they
Bill Scaggs of Tampa, Ted DeLaVer- hated him yet the more. And he
f. gue ,of Tampa, and H. S. Morton of' said unto them, behold, we were School Man for a School JobS

Jacksonville. binding sheaves in the field and, lo,
my sheaf arose, and also stood upright -
.. Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Storey. form- ; and, behold, your sheaves _
.;:-, erly of Clewlstori, but now of Miami stood round about, and made obeisanCe -
i N visited friends here Friday and Sat- to my sheaf And his brethren

urday. Mr. Storey has recently returned hated him ,yet the more for his __ _F

I, tI'( )''. San, Juan, PQrt.o Rico\ drea\\\," The Plt>\V3 epeaka of m.a.ny



FRIDAY, MAY 27:, 1932:

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ENGINEERS LEARN DRAINAGEAS velopment, came here in the dry sea- LIVING 'WITH NATUREIS 1292 POLLING PLACES TO 54; Polk, 37; Putnam.. 25;; St. Johns,,,

GLADE"WORK PROGRESSED son, planted a crop and when it was RARE PRIVILEGE' OPEN AT 8 O'CLOCK' JJUNE 7th 20; St. Lucie, 9; Santa Rosa, 23; .
harvested he moved out for fear of
'WITH RURAL CHILDREN Sarasota, 11; Seminole, 13; Sumter,.
overflow his land .
12; Suwannee, 20; Taylor,,. 12;. '
(Continued From Page 3)) (Continued from page one)
Continued from one)
( page
The properties of f the U. S. Sugar stones at a hornet's' nest-is to acquire Union, 5; Volusia,, 37; Wakulla, 14;?; r..
main feeder canals with lateral can- Corporation extends to each of the j knowledge. To know the ways of min 10; Duval, 55; Escambia, 43; Walton, 24.. and 'Washington, 17.
als located at half-mile intervalsin sub-drainage districts and, for the nows in the creek and the fishes of Flagler, 6; Franklin, 5; Gadsden,
tract. The main problem was :I 14; Gilchrist, 6; Glades, 13; Gulf, '
the best results with drainage
cane -
I the lake, to know the meaning of rain : 7'' If you would get life's' best see toil
7 Hamilton ,
be surface drain- I ; 10; Hardee, 16; Hen- II
found not to merely throughout the year Is to be de '
[and 'frost and
drought on and that life best.
I crops, 6 Hernando gets your i<
I dry, ; 10 J Highlands I
age but the drainage engineers were sired. This, proper drainage is a necessary income, to know the names of plants I
confronted with the problem of sub- to the farmers here as to the and birds, the haunts of squirrels and 11; Hillsborough, 73; Holmes, 23.. All that stands between "the col-'

surface drainage, which due to the Sugar plantation, and a spirit of co-I muskrats and woodchucks, to know I Indian River, 8; Jackson, 28; Jefferson lege graduate and the top of the' lad.

nature of the soil' in this section operation exists between the sugar the silence of the night, and fields, : 13; Lafayette, 5; Lake, 23; der is the ladder. -

proved difficult. This sub-surface officials and the private land owners.I and forests, is to in knowledgeand Lee, 23; Leon, 21; Levy, 17; Liberty,
The egotist is the one who allows
drainage is now carried out by a ::8 8; Madison, 12; Manatee, 19; .
Mr.\[ Bestor told in detail of the to develop the soul. All these the private I to be too much in the
system) of mole drains, and proper intensive, study of rainfall that had things are learned In more or less de- I Marion, 33; Martin, 8; Monroe, 17; "
of the land to allow the Nassau, 13 Okaloosa 23 Okeechobee public eye. .,
working ; -
been made by the drainage engineersin I gree by the rural child not from ; :
water to seep to the lateral ditches. preparation to drawing plans for teachers or books, but from contact I j: 7; Orange, 37; Osceola, 12; God has included you in His plans.'

The problem confronting the indi- drainage of the ''area. The informa- with things! as they are. The things [!Palm Beach, 39; Pasco, 23; Pinellas, .Have you included Him in yours?

vidual farmer in the section, Mr.\ Bes- tion concerning rainfall on the par- thus learned stick through life."
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tor said, was similar to the old negro ticular area affected was meagre,
whose roof leaked. In the dry sea- he said, and a close tabulation of HOW SCANDAL' SPREADS :._< .._,, ::'-.: ---j: '; J-( j:", _

son it did not need fixing and whenit rainfall of all points available was '

rained he could not repair his made. These included Arcadia, Ft. I Said Mrs. A. to Mrs. J.In J. r ,

roof. The average farmer in the Myers\ ,Moore\ Haven, West Palm quite a confidential way, I
section, in the early stages of de- Beach as well as Canal Point. From "It seems to me that Mrs B.

the data it was i found d that the aver- Takes too much something in her I I BUILDERS

age annual fall in this section is 55 tea." i

Inches, and it was determined thata Then Mrs. J., to Mrs. K.
"run-off" of one inch in 24 hours That night overheard to
was say,
I !i would be sufficient to properly carrv "I grieve to touch upon it much

off the surface water, an dthe canals But Mrs.\ B. takes ''such and such."

FARM ,were plotted with this in mind. |'Then Mrs. K. went straight away WANTED
Marshal Yenawine and R. L. Coker;i 1 And told a friend the self same day'

were entertainers at the weekly luncheon -!That Mrs. Bat half past three
LAND which was .well attendedin. '
so far gone she couldn't see.
spite of the rain Wednesday night. -Selected.The .

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LEASESfor LONG BATTLE FOUGHT BY St. Petersburg_ Independentdigs I

I BREAKERS{ TO 'WIN BY) 3-2 into ancient history and finds Substantial Inducemente Are
I that in 1770 a law was passed in
1932-33 England it .offense Offered To Relieve the Acute
(Continued from page one) I making a punishable n
for "all women, of whatever
,- .... terfielder were the outstanding feat rank, profession or "degree, :whether z Housing Shortage Now Prevailing
ures of the Ft. Myers team. I
virgins,, maids or widows." to "im-
The Breakers got away to a good) I I in Clewiston.
Lake seduce or betray into
Highway pose upon
start in the first when -Dick Hooks!in
Vn.? A......r\n.\ n 1nn'l' "f'f''' ",n" n'"n n1.1' n ',n ,.''I ",, 'matrimony, any of his Majesty's' sub- .