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: June 3, 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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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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Under the auspices of the East

Ill AS FINAL COUTNY POLITICAL RALLY Precinct 1, Clew lston Beach Post of the American Legiona
Polling place. Clewiston Motor Co. junior ball club has been organized OVER BELLE GLADEBY1OTO3SCORE

W. A. Davis, clerk; James E. at Pahokec and Canal Point for

IS HELD HERE WEDNESDAY NIGHT Beardsley, J. F. Tippey, W. W. Pres-|boys under the age of 16. :
I The first
ton, inspectors, and G. H. Small, spec- junior ball team to be
.',, organized in this section was formed
'f ,. ',; -'- ial deputy sheriff.
; -.' here a few weeks ago and the young-I GIVES TEAM SIXTH STRAIGHT
/ | he would do all in his power to con- Precinct 2, W. LaBelle sters are experienceing difficulty in WIN IN EIGHT GAMESOF '

it AS CAMPAIGNS tinue the success of the Clewiston Polling place, old bank building.L. finding opponents for their games.. SEASON

fl):' .' DRAW NEAR A CLOSE school and improve it in keeping .' M. Jennings, Jr., clerk; S. A. So far, they have had only one opponent -II

1, with the city. He said that he had I Graves, Alice E. Hall, Jimmy Blount; Moore Haven, whom they I The Clewiston Cane Breakers.

It I: .With a varied program, Hendry heard that he owned six drug stores inspectors and M. F. Yeomans, spec- defeated with ease With the news 'scored their sixth consecutive win

f' county's sixth and final democratic and three moving picture theatres, ial deputy sheriff. of the organization of the East Beach of the season at the local park last

rally was held here Wednesday night which he said was untrue. If electedhe team the Junior Cane Breakers are Sunday downing Belle Glade by a 10

,:;f at the school auditorium before a said he would devote his time to Precinct 3, E. LaBelle seeking arangements to meet the new to 3 score.

) crowded gallery of voters. the office and visit each school in the Polling place, Everett hotel.A. club. The Belle Glade aggregation, composed

j. .= Although the night was rainy, county at least two days each month L. Taylor clerk; Amanda A. Similar teams' will be organizedby largely of players who fought

the ardor of the voters was not and supervise the teachers. He said I Hedges, Sylvia M. Hill, T. A. 'Mar- other Legion Posts around the last season under the colors of the
kett inspectors, and Lee Yeomans,
t f.w dampened. Fully fifteen minutes he was thoroughly qualified to teach 'especial lake. strong Brown Peanut farm's team
before the speaking was scheduledto and supervise the work of teachers.In presented a well balanced ball club

II begin cars began to park along the matter of hiring teachers he Precinct 4, Ft. Denaud that held the locals on even terms

r the streets, and by the time the first said he would do as the law pro-I Polling place, Duvall's Garage build- STATE CROP YIELDS68MILUONINYEAR for the first six Innings. However,

r speaker had commenced the school vides: leave that matter to the de- the Clewiston team found the rangein

,''''" :,,' auditorium was filled. cision of the various trustees and Ing.J.. },r. Walker, clerk; Walter Line- the seventh and with a barrage of

:,-, J. K. 'Baker, democratic executive the county board.E. back, F. J. Dana, R. M. Burchard, well timed hits cinched the game in

committeeman from the Clewiston L. Stallings, present superin- inspectors G. A. Graham, special i the lucky seventh.

precinct acted a schairman for the tendent, directing his talk at the.deputy sheriff. Jacksonville, Fla., June 1-Flor- Digges, elongated hurler for the

;I, rally. Clewiston audience said that four I ida's 1931-32 season fruit and vege- Breakers, was sent in on the firing

. years ago Clewiston had a small four Precinct 5, Felda table crops will have a value of $68- line,. and after a slow start put over
,, The first speaker to be1 called to teacher school but now the city hada r Polling place, old house of R. B. 000,000, the state marketing' bureau three talies in the first inning, on
! I r' the platform was J. A. (Pat) Barret,
fully accredited;, junior high school Waldron. estimated yesterday in a preliminary three clean hits and a walk then set-
. candidate for constable from the
:.* and the board had already passed I Mrs. A. G. Carr, clerk; Marvin report by Frank Scruggs, marketing tled down for first class ball pitch-
C'ewiston; district. He said he
wasa and approved necessary plans to Taylor, J. T. Warnock, I. L. Fitz- news specialist of the bureau. ing until he was relieved in the 7th
friend of the constable.
present make the Clewiston school a stand- hugh, inspectors, Ezra Hull, special The year's total will represent ap- by big Ed Rush. who retired the visitors
Mr. Butler, and wanted the office
ard senior high school in the fall.. deputy sheriff.GARNER. proximately 115,000 carloads of veg- without a run or walk in the
for the same reasons: what thereis
This has already been provided for, : etables and fruit, the report said. two innings he hurled.
in it. In his brief talk, Mr. Bar- I
he said. In his four years in the This does not include watermelon Jake McClain, from his position be-
rett said that if elected he would MEASURE
cooperate with the citizens for the office, Mr. Stallings said, he had shipments, figures on which will not hind the plate, handled the offeringsin

grown with the office and now felt be available until about August 1. his usual capable manner, and the -
betterment of Clewiston and the
that he is much better qualified than PROPOSES TREND Citrus shipments totaled 63,802 infield players took up the style of ..

county.Ed Butler, present constable, seek-the I was at the beginning of the term, i. cars or 24,000,000 boxes, valued at I I I play displayed in their last appear
and that if re-elected to the office $37,397,309.
ing re-election, was next called to I
the front to present his claims for he would continue to grow in efficiency FOR LAKE WORKOTHER Strawberries, watermelons, and I I ance.Hooky Avant, local high school

and do all in his power to! other noncitrus fruits were estimatedat youngster, handled one of the outer
the office. Mr. Butler said he was I
his improve the school system of Hendry a value of $5,000,000 for 9,896 gardens in his initial bow of the sea-
running on past performance as
county. The teachers of the schools FEDERAL APPROPRIATIONS carloads. The vegetable shipmentswere son as a member of the Breakers organization
an officer, and concluded by the remark -
"I think I will make a, little he said, are fully paid with no salaries -, ASKED FOR AID OF put at slightly less than '41,000 and made a very creditable -
due to any of them. The law carloads, valued at $25,670,100. The showing.
better constable than my opponent. I THE UNEMPLOYEDThe .
The office of county commissioner provides\ the superintendent to supervise -'' rail, truck and boat shipments of The visitors gathered' all three
the work of the teachers and, vegetables were placed at 34.500 car-i iof their scores in the initial frame
from District One (Clewiston) was expenditure of $6.149,000 on
the superintendent said he had done I loads, worth '$5,670,000.Rail I I when Forbes, Mitchell and Miller
next on the chairman's card. R. B.j 10 the Lake OkeechobeeCaloohatcheefederal I
,' misunderstanding ( this and would continue to cooper- and boat shipments of orangesfor made their circuits on a free pass and
Waldron called. Due to -
was a project is alvocated by Speaker -
!late with teachers in all the schools the season .will be approximately! three succssive safeties. Clewistoncame
; of the hour for John N. Garner as part of his
'" in the county. 25,520 carloads, with a value, f. o. back fast when Beder Nail laida
speakers for this office Mr. plan for unemployment relief. The
I b. track, of $19,726,960. The total triple to center and scored a mo-
The candidates for tax collector
. ; ron was not in the building at the total recommended for Florida workis
orange crop harvested was estimated!'!meat! later on Bolton's single to right
time, arriving a few minutes later.!were next presented to the assembled nearly $20,000,000, which is divided -
Dave G. Alston, candidate for voters, with J. R. Doty the first between work on federal build- at 12,100,000 boxes, with a gross!:: !|!and McFeeters came to his aid with a

: commissioner, made the assertion speaker, who promised a safe, clean j ings and rivers and harbors im value of $23.000,000. : single allowing Bolton to cross the

that the commissioner from they and economical administration if I provements.The I plate.. The Breakers tied the score

.\,.' Clewiston district is one of the most elected to the office. Mr. Doty gave I Garner plan for large immed- U. S. Imports Flies early in the second when William
I Hooks dougled to center, stole third
important offices in the county. Mr. his qualifications as having been ex-
iate river and harbors improvement
". and railroad agent but resign-! and scored on an error. In the. 5th
-r. ..Alttonsaid.. Clevriston represented press Florida follows An-, To Cane Pests
expenditures in : Fight
: the locals forged one in the lead as:
:) nearly one half the population of the{Jed because of "telegrapher's paralyI dote River, $70,000; Choctawahatchee -
Dick Hooks got to. first on a walk
half the as- (Continued on page 6) I
county and nearly one I
s sessed valuation. This fact, he said, ]I I Bay to West Bay, $1,770,000 ; Flies and wasps are being brought? and made the other three when the
I Miami Harbor. $120,000; Pensacola I from Peru to the United States and Belle Glade catcher threw wild to

i'? r". tion should when be ballots taken deep are being in considera-marked. Light Traffic May I Harbor, $177,000; Tampa and Hills- will be liberated on the plantationsof I first on Nail's tap in front of the

I borough Bays, $3,675,000; Caloosa- the United States Sugar Corporation plate.

;_ ";: '. He the promised board in if an elected honest to, serve efficient ont Use New 'Grade Now hatchee River-Lake Okeechobee, $6-: near Canal Point as an experiment The locals tucked the game safely
<( alter the interests 149,000; Jacksonville and in combating the sugar cane away in the seventh, Land, battingfor
:.' manner,
t' : Waterway, $2,535,000; Oklawaha borer. Avant, led off the inning with a
i.- all of well as
of Hendry county as
J (From Moore Haven Democrat) River $41,000; St. Johns River. The effectiveness of using the flies clean single to center. He landedon
', : for the district he would represent.
\ ,: Light traffic will be permitted to Florida, Jacksonville to the ocean, and wasps in combating the borer second and Rush rushed to first
::> ;,: For supervisor of registration, travel the grade from Moore Haven I $320,400; St. Johns, Palatka to Lake I in Peru led the federal governmentto i fielder's choice. Both advanced
: ii John L: Hall, of LaBe: .le, was called on a
i :. sfieak. Mr. Hall walked to the[i ito Main's corner, according to an Harncy $63,000; Tampa Harbor,: make the experiment in the Everglades -..a notch when Dick Hooks grounded
.:<:"-' front of the auditorium but did not announcement by G. L. Boggan, state $259,500. In addition to this thereis 1 W. E. Hawley, federal en-I out second to first and both men

:' road department engineer, but driv- allocated for Pensacola-Mobile bay' to'mogilist said. I scored when St. 'John dropped Nail'shard
: :::-- ascend! the steps' to the stage. From (
:. tMs position he reiterated the state-|. ers will do so at their own risk. waterways $265,000; Cape Fear The first consignment of flies I. drive to left. Gardner dropper

_' :'; \ nents made at previous rallies in Because of the recent rains, the de-I River-Jacksonville intracoastal wat-I reached the United States last week Bolton's pop to short and when Mc-

; he stressed his qualificationsto tour is not In as good condition for erway $1,000,000; Cape through the Miami airport, from Lendon drove one to third too hot
: which
,travel as the grade, and the department Johns Rivers bridges $350,000; : which point they were transferred to to handle, leaving the bases loaded
: r conduct the 'office and his need
,;; : is permitting light traffic which therefore the total amount expended
From experi-
the plantations.
l :.,. for the position. He said he had I cane McFeeters for the second time in the
-.,>. not been able to meet all the voters.will not damage the grade, to travel in Florida will be approximately $15- ence in Peru it was found that the I game came through in the pinch by

.' '""'1 of this precinct but appreciated the over jt. 430,300, and the last named Floridal flies and wasps destroyed the youngof tapping out a single to center to allow '.
: ," ; courtesies shown him by those with#; Splendid progress is being made I participated projects will amount to i iI the cane borer and definitely cut Nail and Bolton to score and McLen-

.' whom he had come in contact during -Eby the contractors on the jobs, two I approximately $1,615,000. I II l into the population of the insect. don taking third on the play. Mc

the campaign. I shifts being employed to hasten the The Garner plan also directs the:i Feeters stole second and the other"Mac"

work. The detour, because of sev-I immediate availability and expendi-] crossed the plate a moment
Mrs. Alice C. Bailey, present in [Moore Haven Falls
cumbent, in a few words in behalfof eral drainage canals, is a devious tures of Federal aid road monies in I later. Speedy tallied the final ru'non

her candidacy for re-election, saidshe route which adds several miles ,to which Florida will largely partici-'' In ,Breakers Attack I the thirdbaseman's errorof Mc-
the trip to Main's corner. pate. There probably' will also be' Lain's grounder.BACCALAUREATE.
was running solely on her qualifications
The following is Mr. Boggan's announcement and i':
i additional rivers and harbors
for the office which she "
I. had conducted satisfactorily for the : flood control expenditures. Takenas lj I The fast traveling Cane Breakers I SERMON IS

t': past four years. She, too, said she "On account of the recent rains, a whole Florida would obtain'. returned from Moore Haven Monday GIVEN BY CLEWISTON PASTORDr.

r appreciated the courtesies shown light traffic traveling to Main's corn-- more than $19,930,300 for prompt'afternoon: after taking the ball club

i, .1ri..g her campaign here, and again': er will find the new grade better 1 expenditures for Federal Improvements -)Iat that place into camp by the over-) W. T. Bailey, pastor of the

thanked the voters for the supportgivon than the detour. However anyone in the state of Florida and of:i i whelming count of 14 0, for their I Ii Clewiston Community church deliv-
'j I traveling the grade does so at his course in addition thereto, the immediate mile the baccalaureate for
> her four years ago when she {i seventh straight post on I' ered the sermon
first ran for the 'office. I I own risk. federal road aid funds and 1 route to baseball supremacy of the I'the graduating class of the LaBelle

., With the minor offices disposed l: its part of the rivers and harbors Make territory. A Season rating of[I High School there Sunday, and used

.' ; of, the attention of the audience Lake Teams to Form participation in the amount of $1-;eight wins and two losses. ;as his topic the building of Character.

\j.-',;,; .- was next turned to the major ones:j 615,000. j' The Cane Breakers were kept busy Members of the graduating class

(' with Carl E. Royer, candidate for I the entire game with clean hitting. ,:are: Marcia Avant, of Clewiston, Es-
if; ;J superintendent of public instruction, I Ball League Monday STATE POLLS TO CLOSE AT j'The l opposing twirlers had a bad af-|!telle Ethington, Earl Burchard, Dennis -

:... ;;: as first speaker. Mr. Royer gave 7:23 TUESDAY AFTERNOON ternoon. Extra bases were plentiful''!; Small, Haley Forton Grace Has-

i# answer to statements he said he had II!i To formulate a definite playing.tprogram and Bill Hooks and Speedy McFee- ;kew, and Clyde Hawkins.
heard in regard to his qualifications for ball clubs in the lake Tallahassee, Fla., June 1.Floridavoters ters connecting for curcuit clouts. I The graduation exercises includ-

',. Ho! said he commended the itterritory t i! : representatives from' Belle will cast votes in next Tues- Rush was!!! sent to the mound for ing awarding diplomas were held

\':: '. school administration for the successful -I Glade, Clewiston, LaBelle and Moore day's primary at nearly 1,300 polling the Breakers and he had the Moorel I;last night.SCHEDUIJEIJ.

r::' > operation of the schools with Haven: met here this week in a con- places between the hours of 8 a. m. 'Haven sluggers completely baffled,

i 'i/,_.:"f._ a reduction in expenses of more than L' tinued meeting. The representatives and 7:23 p. m. Eastern standard I allowing only one hit in the six innings GARDEN PARTYIS

". 30 per cent, "but," he added, "prac-I will meet again Monday night in the time. assigned to him. Young William HELD IN WORTH HOME

1 tically every business man in tin Clewiston News office to elect of- The state law provides that polls Hooks was placed in charge of the

;f 2f state has reduced his expenses b>:y;; fleers and further details of. organist shall close at sundown. Secretary: |I mound at the first of the seventh The scene of a lovely garden party

f" a like or greater' figure In the pasl zation pf State Gray said he was advised I:!and! the fifteen year old player gave .scheduled as and outside affair, was

1 :: .;', four years.: He said the schoo 11 At the initial meeting it was decided by the United Sttes weather bureau i.the l,I creditable showing expected of .shifted to the home of Mrs. W. C.

"a'(' 1.. ; I board qwed $5,000 in back salarie:::! to have Clewiston meet Laid that sundown for geographic center i i[ Worth here Wednesday afternoon on
;}: :first but the 1 Belle here I 10f election will be fi-n acount of rain. Music,
:: pn -T nary: county Sunday and Moore Haven the state on day i I I heavy guess-
'1- /: : fire success of its ;schools!' to a "Christlitfts in Belle Glade for the first of thee 1:23 I Eastern standard time. Gray I year old Hooks, was sent in for a try. J JI ing contests and other entertainmentwere

..: : ;" present" from state funds mad< lake series. said he interpreted the law to meanall The new pitching youngster retired provided for the guests.

!.':";' possible by th" h session of th e; Early: ] in the baseball season it polls in the state should observe I the first man to face him and ended Those present were: Mrs. R. Y.

i : 1 ,;{:. legislature. "Hr.' Roy&c also comi was discussed as to whether or not the same closing hour. i the game without a score. Patterson, Mrs. F. Deane Duff. Mrs.

S: \.1I imontei;j'Clewiston .on'its effirlenAcbool t the lake teams would join the Palm Credit for the Moore Haven game M. W. Bigg, Mrs. G. Arscott, Mrs. J.
..,; : ; pnylng thatthis credit phouh"be 1 i Beach county league, but because! Mr. a'nd Mrs. Hubert A. Land are I can not rightly be given to anyone ]H. B. Scharnberg, Mrs. J. .P. Percy

: f,:;; :' given to the trusteeeanq to thiHe 6j| of the necessity of long trips for!the proud parents of a son, born to man nor position aa thewhole team ]Mrs, H. A. Destor Mrs. L, F. Perkins,

:; :)'.- prh\tt\'al.\ + i t J tIi..,rt,I \ 41.?l etA 4 ,ll\'it1g, the ide; way 4onp4\ t1H t3 thia woratyy( at Moere iiaven.' I lwjjf4t 9 1il e n Yell\ oiled \machine t(hj 1ht'\ :: : :'{')o" ',sI .
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THE CLEWISTON NEWS In 1'fe, but also a new sons o:- pany as a contribution to public N. J., today and 200 more were near-
work that way.
omic values, and an ccon-I'welfare. \ Del. foot. About
In my: own case, I was able to find on
Published every Friday In Clewlston, economic Independence which
wprk for others as well as myself. 400 more were reported on a freight
Florida by the CLEWISTON NEWS, will not soon be lost. None _of these-
Outside:: my family life, nothing has train on the way from Pittsburg.
Inc. things could have been accomplishedby VETERANS DEMAND
given me more satisfaction than to From Jamestown. N. D. came word!
paying out welfare iunds after, the
see jobs Increase in number and In that a Pacific coast contingent ot

Entered as second class matter. profit to the men who handle them. orthodox manner. The only true BONUS AT CAPITOLWashington i 125 men and one woman left there
1927 at the Post Office charity for these people was somehow.
February And beyond question the jobs of to-. eastward Lound. A delegation ot : I

at Clewl ton, Florida, under the Act day are more numerous and profit- to get under their burdens with them I I 800, including units from Detroit,
and lend them the value of our ex-
of March 3, 1897.A able In wages than they were even June 2-While Wash- were assured transportation at
perience to show them what can be
eighteen years ago. ington city officials searched for Cleveland when New York Central
newspaper devoted to the best done by people in their eircumstan-I t
Interests of Hendry County, Florida.Its But something entirely outside the means for caring for war veterans Railroad officials decided there was

workshops of the nation has affected ces.Our I already here demanding payment of no way to prevent them from board-
leading newspaper.Subscription visiting staff in city work has
this hired employment very ser- personally! handled thousands of their bonus, thousands more tonight ing a freight train.

The word "unemployment" were reported on the way from many
iously. .
Meanwhile Pelham D.
rate: per year _...$2.Of cases In the manner above described.And I ,
I has become one of the most dreadful sections of the country. superintendent of Washington police'was
of Florida ._...$2.50 while no one Institution can
of State
Outside words in the language. The condi-
shoulder all the burden, we feel that Government agencies are Investi- receiving cooperation from state

Advertising rates furnished on application -1 I tion itself has become the concernof merely to mitigate present distressIs gating reports that the marches on governors whom he had asked not

I every person in the country. not enough-we feel that thous- the capitol were inspired by commu- to help transport the veterans here

Ii i I When this condition ,arrived, there ands of families have been preparedfor nistic organizations.Some where no provision was made for

Business office, Clewiston News,! were just three things to be done. a better r"aor life when the 600 already are billeted in them.

Clewiston Florida. Editorial and The first, of course, was to main- i wheels of'U 'lt' begin turning]vacant buildings here, and 900 more Other points also were watching .

Advertising, same. i' tain employment at the maximum by again. I[l are believed "floating" through 10I the groups form as the word_ spread.

v 'every means known to management. But there is still another way. a1;cal I charity houses. Governor Murray of Oklahoma de-

Telephone 339THIS 'Employment jiire was what the third way, so much better than the1very i I Press and private reports to off. clined to make arrangements to convey -
{people were accustomed to; they I II
immediate best charitable endeavor that itj I cials indicate this number may be t a group of Texas veterans across .
it it the
GREAT STATE I solution preferred of ;the was difficulty. In ourplants I simply forbids, us to be satisfied with I augumented by several thousand veterans his state, but warned that other

anything esc I already on the march. "hungry folks" would be marching
I used expedient to
meetingof we every Prepared: by the Ford Motor Com- Between 300 and 500 left Camden,, toward the capitol by fall.
Resolutions adopted a Ispread as much employment over as

representatives of chambers of I many employes as was possible. I

commerce of Northwest Florida, held;don't believe in "make work"-the

recently, were along lines that have I I public pays for all necessary work- Paid Political Advertisements !|

been indicated in the movement for,!'but there are times when the plightof

knowing Florida, and it is found that: others compels us to do the human
the Northwest Florida Association thing even though it be but a make- "
I FOR REPRESENTATIVEI If re-elected to this office I will people of Hendry County recognize
is impartial In its lauding of Florida'sattractions. shift; and I am obliged toadmit that continue to serve you In the same efficient the: principle that when a public officer

From the preamble to like most manufacturers. we avoided I hereby announce my candidacy for manner I have given in the has served for only a part term, andlis
re-election past, and shall work for the record is acceptable, he is e .
the resolution is found the following: continuing work that good as Representative from always continuance: Cni
layoffs by Hendry County in the state Legislature, best interests of Hendry county.I Lo a In such f a
"Florida in its great diversification business judgment would have halt subject to the Democratic Primary will appreciate your vote and sup- full term, I hereby announce my candidacy -
for County Judge of Hendry County -
Juro 7 1D32. I port.
) 1
can offer the scenic beauties of ed. All of our non-profit work was E. B. BUTLER subject to the Democratic Primaryin J

the tropical St. Johns River, the continued in full force and much of], for If the re-elected best Interest I will of continue the entire to coun-work (Paid Political Advertisement) June, And of my respectfully record for solicit tho an sfcort Inspection -

quaintness of old Spanish St. Augus-! the shop work. There were always ty as I have done in tho past. period of my incumbency. T shall bo

tine, the glorious expanse of the i tens of thousands employed-th' l Your vote and support will be ap- l FOR TAX COLLECTOR, apreciative and grateful to you for
vote and support at the coming
1 lowest point at Dearborn was 40,0rt ; To the Voter of your
beaches' Jacksonville and Daytona : ELBERT L. STEWART.I I I Hciidry County: primary election.

Beach, the charm of the Indian River,: -but there were always thousan>; (Paid Political advertisement) date I hereby for the announce office of tax myself collector a candi-, subject Respectfully,

the wonders of the scenic ridge section unemployed or so meagerly employed -I I to the decision of the voters of the (Pnld political advertisement H. A. RIDER.)

the wonderful boulevards and that the situation was far (:om FOR REPRESENTATIVE Democratic Party in the June Primary.I. .
favor a law abolishing the fee
causeways of Palm Beach and Miami, desirable. 'To the People of Hendry County: ,, system for county officers and plac- FOR COUNTY JUDGETo

the great wild life of the Evergladesand When all possible devices for providing At the request of it large number of 1 ing them on a salary basis .according
the Voter of
Hendry County:
citizens from e..err section of Hendry to their duties and responsibilities.
Lake Okeechobee, the Avenue employment have bern uaed; county, I hereby announce myself a I I favor a law abolishing the pay- I hereby announce myself as a can-

Palms and fasinating CaloosahatcheeRiver I and fall short, there remains no alternative candidate for Representative from;ment of poll tax as a requisite to vote. didate for County Judge subject to tho
Hendry,County, in tho next Legislature If elected I promise a clean safe decision of the Democratic Primary.
at Ft. Myers, beautiful Sara- but self-help or charity. subject to the action of the June economical administration of the affairs June 7th.
sota and its outlying fringe of tropic I I do not believe in routine char- Democratic Primary. Realizing: that ,: of the office. Your vote and support will he ap
the best results be obtained I have been a resident and tax
can only
payer preeilted.'w.
isles, St. Petersburg, the Sunshine I think it a shameful thing that .
i ity. by the Representative and State Senator .tof this County for the past seventeen T. MADDOX
City, Tampa has its alluring Bay tany man should have to stoop to cooperating:, I shall cooperate to']years. My record Is open for your in- (Paid political advertisement)

Shore Boulevard, there are the great I take it, or give It. I do not include the fullest extent with our State Sena-'''ispection.I
tor for the best interest of the entire' I hope to meet every voter before I
orange groves of the'citrus' belt; human helpfulness under, the name county. I invite a careful comparison!]I the primary, but_ may not be able to

Silver Springs, a wonder of the world.!of charity. My quarrel with charity of my record in ,the 1929 Legislature;! do so, do not feel slighted if I fall VOTEFor
with that of my successor. \ to see you. Many people prefer not
Gulf Coast Hammocks, the uplifting I is that it is neither helpful nor hu Your vote and influence will be ap to be bored by candidates taking up. ..

effects of Gainesville and {he State,man. The charity of our cities is preciated. I their time.I .

university, the spreading live oaks. the most barbarius thing in ous sysI LOUIS O. GRAVELY. to would appreciate the opportunity Selden L. StewartFor
(Paid Political advertisement) I serve at least one term as an official -
and State buildings at Tallahassee,I I tem, with the possible' exception of of the county I had some partin

the restful hammocks of the St. prisons.! What we call charity creating.
lour t Vote for J. R. Doty for tax collector,
Marks, productive tobacco fields of Iis a modern substitute for being personally FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC get your neighbor to vote for him then '

Gadsden, can be noted, and the glor-. kind, personally concerned I INSTRUCTIONThis I we will all three be happy.J. County Judge

ious fields of northwest Florida, the.'and personally involved in the work is to announce my candidacy (Paid political advertisement. R. DOTY.) I stand for n square den In support
for re-election to the office of Superintendent -
of Inw and order.
great Apalachicola, the indescribably! of helping others j'} difficulty. True of Public Instruction. Having -

beautiful Chipola river, the Cho ta-.charity is a much more costly effort served In that capacity for the FOR TAX COLLECTORTo will Your be appreciated.vote courteously solicited and
past three and half I wish,
one years
whatchee, Yellow and Black rivers,! than moneygiveOur donationstoo to offer my past record only as what all Voters In Hendry County: (Paid political advertisement)

the Dead Lakes, Florida has the often purchase exemption from you may expect of me. I. know that' I respectfully: announce as candidate

greatest fishing grounds in America,! giving the or.ly form of help that that the position it takes I a occupy big man is a to big fill one it as and it,I for Democratic TAX COLLECTOR Primary of subject June 7th.to 1932.the FOR CLERK:-CIRCUIT COURT ) '

wonderful Gulf beaches and islands i will drive the .:ed for charity out of should be filled and I have tried to I If elected I promise that the records To the Voter of Hendry County:
and of this
receipts office will be
from Apalachicola to PeL5 cola, the grow to it. I
the land.
I handled in a careful, efficient and busi- I hereby announce myself a candidatefor
St. I know too that my past record can ness like manner and to the interest of
bays Joseph St. Andrews, Choc- re-election to the office of Clerk
Our own tl ory of helping people be improved upon, and I feel that there Ilondry County.I .
Circuit Court, subject to the Demo-
tawhatchee and Pensacola, Santa I hrs been in operation for someI is no one in the county better preparedor will appreciate your vote and sup- cratic Primary in Ju'nc.If .
Rosa Island and sound. The rolling more willing to make that improvement port.
nominated and elected I promise
'.-ar8.Y' used to discuss it
I e years than I am. We have tried to
E. E. KELLY. honest and faithful service, as I have
course of the old Spanish Trail
goes give good schools, and will not
(Paid Political advertisement) endeavored to render in the past.
the hills of persuad-ed be satisfied with anything short of the
over Washington, Walton -l I Thanking you for past favors and
best that the funds intrusted to
Okaloosa and Santa Rosa coun- very FOR TAX COLLECTOR for your continued support, I am,
: will ,
:lic attention to these matters were us give. Yours to ,
ties. The Satsuma groves, the!: drive ridiculed by the very people who now We must economize, but. not to the To the Voter of Hendry County: WILLIAM serve T. HULL.

over the bluffs along Penn,cola Bay call most loudly for some one to do point affecting the efficiency of our I hereby announce myself a candi (Paid Political advertisement)
.unto Pensacola with its treat air schools. Schools must so on even date for re-election to the office of
something.Ou. though times are not so sood. Youth j Tax Collector, subject to the Democratic FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACEAt
activities, all are teeming with interest ,.- own work involves the usual passes the school age but once, and Primary in June.' If nominatedand
and charm, which should be schools must be providedl regularly or elected, I will strive to serve the the request of many 'friends I am
emergency relief, hospitalization, ad- the children of the country lose that public to the very best of my ability as announcing Justice! of the Peace for
things of greater familiarity to all justment of debt, with this addition which they can never recover. Since in the past and will keep in mind at the First District of Hendry County.In .
the people of the state.TimesUnion. the state pays more than' half of the all times the interest of the taxpayersland all matters brought before the
-we help people to alter ,their affairs cost of an eight month's school. Hen- general citizenship of Hendry Justice's court I have dealt fairly and

t In common-sense accordancewith dry county cannot afford to- fail to County, putting forth every effort to impartially with all concerned, and at
provide the balance of the amount necessary conduct the office in the most ef- all times have ,worked for a better-
changed conditions, and we I to provide at least an eight
Jflctent and courteous manner. ment of Hendry county. If re-electeJ
I have an understanding that all help month school, or we lose a portion of Thanking you for past favors and for to the office I shall continue to con

-i received should be repaid in reasonable -I th j state appropriation. I': your continued support. I am, yours duct the office on the same policy.
f do not claim any great amount of; to serve Your vote and support will be ap-
i amounts in better times. Many brilliancy, but am a thinking man with J. L. TAYLOR. preciated.
Nothing could do more to bring families were not so badly off as: good judgment and have the Interest r (Paid Political advertisement) PAUL DEAM.
i :>t the children of our county at heart ,
back good times than assurance of (Paid Political Advertisement)
hey thought they needed guidance ,
; md am giving my whole time and at- FOR COUNTY, COMMISSIONER!
a decrease In taxes during the next lull the management of their resources trntion to my official duties. Vote for Didtrlct Onei
if feel that I am making good FOR TAX ASSESSOR
few rr" you :
and Human nature
opportunities. ti ink that I am entitled to a second I hereby announce my candidacy for,
Every effort should be made to of course, presented the usual prob- term, as my experience ought to make the office of County Commissioner I I hereby announce my candidacy for
election TAX for
ASSESSOR HendryCounty
nv- better qualified to serve you. Inr.I !from District One, Hendry subject as j
county, '
increase rnmental efficient lems. Relying human sympathy -
gov on subject to the :tcl on of the > M
not a part of any ring, but a democrat : to the Democratic Primary June:
eliminate wast" and duplication p" m :i1Y develop a spirit of professional and no true democrat will haveto I 17, 1932.I Democratic Primary, June 7, 1932. ( 'T '

effort and do away with the bure?r indigence. But where co-opera- sacrifice any democratic principleto am running on a platform of strict I If elected, I will conduct the office
and vote for me. and I shall economy In expenses of the county in a fair and impartial manner and for
and commiss'ops that milk the tn tion is -given honest and self-res- ai, reciate your support and vote on ov(>rnment; with a fair and impartial the best interests of the county.

payer dry. Doing this would int pecting persons and families can us- Jii 7th. dealing, not only to this district but SOLON B. CREWS.
E. L. STALLINGS.Paid to the entire
damage thp functions of governm at ually be assisted to a condition whichis ( Political Advertisement) a member of the county.school My board record Is opento as (Paid Political advertisement)

-it would greatly improve them. much less distressing than they inspection by all voters and I point
with pride to the reduction in school
High taxes have throttled industrial feared. FOR TAX ASSESSORTo
:- SHERIFF; 'expenses made during my term of of-
development in England. They One of our responsibilities, voluntarily FOR fice on this board. the People "of Hendry County:
Your vote and support will be I respectfully announce as candidatefor
have done the same thing in Gerrany *- assumed-not because it was To the Voters of Hendry County: appreciated. greatly Tax Assessor of Hendry County

/. 'in Austria, in Australia, ardelsewhere. ours, but because there seemed to I hereby announce myself: as a candi- l DAVE G. ALSTON. subject to the Democratic Primary to
be held in June.I .
They are doing t1-- be no one else to assume it-was th" date to succeed myself: as Sheriff of I (Paid Political advertisement)
H to the Democr I belong to no clique or faction whatsoever
I ( ;ndry County, subject -
same th''ig 'T're. High taxes mal:"' care of a village of several hundred Me Primary June 7th. I FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER: : but am making the race for
I District One.I ,Tax Assessor strictly on my own
and prolong families whose condition
unemployment cut-e pretty
If returned to this office I will con- I merits
hoarding of capital and frighten- low. Ordinarily a large welfare". "nue to serve the county to the best hereby announce my candidacy for
If nominated and elected I promisean
vestors.!' In short, their whole in- fund would have been needed to ac-I! ct my the ability.sheriff's I will office continue on.a to sound con-, I County Commissioner of District One, honest and faithful performance of

fluent is toward the prolongationof complish anything for these people. I r .lomfcal basis. I am making the,'June subject 7th.to the Democratic Primary, the duties of the office, and fair and

depression.-Ex.11EXIIY 1 In this instance, we set the people I rsolel;, evements' on my: record sheriff.and past I', I have lived in this community for shall impartial be my treatment purpose and toward endeavor all. at It
r as
!at work cleaning up their homes and your the past 13 years and believe I know all times to help you in every way I
: and will be the '
our vote support up-i needs of the district and the wishes
FORD OX UNEMPLOYMENT 'backyards, and then cleaning up the :>r' ..Mated. ,!of the people. If elected to this office can.I will appreciate your vote' and sup-

I'roads of their town, and then plowingup H. L. DELANEY.Paid I will always work for the district port. -
!!!and for
( Political Advertisement) the entire county. Yours to serve.
about 500 acres of vacant land R. B. WALDRON
i W., L. MURRAY.
I have always had to work whetheran around their houses We abolished FOR SHERIFF !I I (Paid political advertisement: ) (Paid Political advertisement)

;- one hired me or not. For the I everything that savored of "hand- I FOR SCHOOL HOARD MEMBER: FOR TAX ASSESSORTo

first forty years of my life, I was an out" charity, opening instead a mod- f take this opportunity to announce i
candidacy for the office of Sheriff Being keenly interested in the welfare the People of Hendry County-.
employe. When not employed by ern commissary 'where personal I 0 Hendry County, subject to the of the county and especially in the I respectfully announce my cund (

others, I employed myself. I found I U's were accepted, and a garment:" nocratic Primary. June 7, 1932. I school system, 1 am announcing my dacy for RE-ELECTION; as TAX: ASSESSOR -

very early that being out of hire was making school, and setting the cob- ff elected to this office I will prove candidacy for election as a member of for Hendry County, without
"I. appreciation of your support by the Hendry County Board of Public In pledges to anyone and without promises -
not necessarily being out of work.The blers and tailors of the communityto 'I" i faithful performance of the duties I II struction. I am not a politician, but except to the people as a whole,
fiat means that your employ work for their neighbors. We ; said office. Just a citizen who Is seeking to assistin protecting the owner of the propertyas
the upbuilding of this county.I well as the interests of the county.
I *
has not found something for you todd found the people heavily burdened i Ie"ited.our support will be highly appre-I will appreciate your support in the I want all the voters that believe I

; the second means that you are with debt and we acted informally' W. C. (BILL) HOOKER. Primary June 7th. have made a good assessor, fair and
CILVRLIE MINER. square to all, and who are willing to
waiting until he does. as their agents in apportioning their'I (Paid Political advertisementFOR (Paid Political advertisement) trust that I will continue to do the

We nowadays think of worn as income to straightening out their af., CONSTABLE right and proper thing to support me
- FOR COUNTY JUDGE It, however, you do not see it that way
something that others find for us to fairs. Many famill gar now out
still friend and I
the Voters of District One ; you are my am yours.
do; call pus -to. do.and, pay us to do. of debt Wr the first time in years. 'To the Voter<< of Hendry County: Thanking you, I am your friend and

Nrt doubt our financial growth la I There has appeared in this vil'age: 'I''O I hereby" annoUhce my catdidacyt Appreclatlnr the privilege I hate had pre ettt tact h"es' < : (' on U COHPtubl ., rtrH i of etrvinff! st County Judg for !a hrt HUrtD L." RJ2BVE3: ,
l&r"r\ !.@ptnbt\ \'. for'-- t"t 'YtI. ,I not.- only_: \ a.. nef spirit,{ of conftc( :.I \t n of H rr Caa ty" time fey ',rpol t ibtmr at !ud b.U'Yillr t\\. {Ta14'->IiPfltioAl .tTqttlf.t.t .

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This BiIot is published with the compliments of nUlXl JL.m Reeves

Candidate for e-election. as Ts .x Assessor

Whose name you will find marked with 'an X in the proper place

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For the election to be held
1 a Here i a copy of the Democratic


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of Hendry County ,

: ';. be ready when you enter the booth., .
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;.- :' Instructions: To Vote for Any Candidate Make "'a 'Cross (X) at the Right of His Name '

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For President of the United States: GEO. S. DAVIS For National Democratic Committeeman: For County Commissioner

\ Vote for One: : I Vote for One: District Number Three
.... W. :B. DOUGLASS Vote for One:

C. C. Cochrane


W. A. Jones

Presidential ,Electors: JOHN S. TAYLOR '
Mark Poole
'( Vote for One: For Delegates To National Democratic
i Group No. 1 .. Convention, State at Large: For, National Democratic Committee-Woman; :
'. Men Vote for One: For County Commissioner .

r' JERRY W. CARTER, Jr. Vote for Four: District Number Four
r MRS.. LOIS K. MAYES Vote for One:
f Vote for One: RANDOLPH.CALHOUN .
R. CScaggs -,
1 Group No. 5 MRS. HORTENSE K. WELLS :4r

WILLIAM FAIRBANKS For County Commissioner
For Member House of Representative:
. t District Number Five
VOTE FOR ONE Vote for One '

! l Louis O. Gravely E. B. Hull ) S .

r'' r Elbert L. Stewart F. L. Dunaway

. For Representative in Congress, For County Judge: S :Member: County Board of Public In-
State at struction, District Number One.
+[ I S Vote for One: .Vote for One:
, I William T. MaddoxH.
r l' 'JOl N T. ALSOP, Jr. PERRY A. NALLD. A. G. Carr 5' 5 .
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:,' I: W. D. BELL F. C. ROBERTSON, Sr..' : .J/,. :Mrs. Homer V. TaylorM.

I Selden L. Stewart 1

For Sheriff: ,
;r- LESTER W. JENNINGS FULLER WARRENs Constable, District Ono
Vote for One:

:' W. J. SEARS JAMES (Jim) WHITEHURST ....:. H. L. Delaney :
I E. B. ButlerJ.
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For Representative in Congress WILLIAM L. ZACHARY W. C. Hooker .' : .
, A. Barrett .
( First Congressional District: .
te for One: WomenVote D. L. McLaughlin .:_

f"V for Four: ,;, .- I' For Constable: District Number Two:
HERBERT J. DRANE S Vote for One:
4t. Porter Richards '
Walter GilbertR.
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rI MRS. HERMAN A. DANN } '. -'C F. Luckey
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: Vote for One: MAMIE SPARKMAN HART William T.' Hull


EMILY WRIGHT MOREY For County Assessor of Taxes.- :
r i' ,-,---.-- -. MRS CHARLES H. OVERMANMRS. Solon B. Crews '

W. L. Murray ,
I ..;"" ", WILLIAM L. WILSONFor ;
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GARY A. HARDEE *. "' "
y > Hurd L. Reeves ,- X

Congressional;: Delegates State at Large,
t S to National Democratic Convention : For Tax Collector .
S 'Reeves
Vote for Two: : -

W. F. ARMFIELD J. R. DotyE. .

1.r IES B. DODGE ;E.,Kelly ,

J. L. Taylor S
For.ComptrollerVote I I' S '

for One: ELI FUTCH .
\ T struct ion Tax Assessor

J. M. LEE ; Carl E. Royer .
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For Delegate to National ;;.mocratc---
FRANKLIN O KING Alice Curry Bailey
Convention. First Congressional District:
i Vote for Two:
John L. Hall (Paid Political Advertisement)
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pIe of Egypt and surrounding coun-I

: tufts H cbjoI] tries came to Egypt to buy food,
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and the King sent them to Joseph I.

]Lesson as (his We agent have no space to discuss the P. Itrsto

many good things said of this Ics en .
FOR JUNE 5, 1032. Please read Genesis, Chapters 37.

Subject:. Joseph the Worker. 40, and 41, for the history)

Golden Text: "Seest thou a man PROPORTIONATE ruicrs I .
diligent fn his business? He shall FOR 3IANUFACTURED AM)
stand before kings." Prov. 22:29. FARM GOODS NECESSARYBy
Lesson Text: Genesis, 3931.
Time- B. C. 1715; Place Egypt. ( Spuds Johnson)
Introduction: "The accounts of During a depression such as we aiv
the two young men, Joseph and Daniel now in, the farmer is the first to zit "
both captives in a strange land, in the neck, the last to quit get-
will ever be favorites, where moral ting It in the neck, and the one who
courage and fidelity are valued. In gets it in the neck the hardest. Yet
our study of the life of Joseph we probably less complaint and cer-
must constantly koep in mind the tainly less real suffering come from .
great fact of God's overruling pro- the farm than from the city duringthe rI

vidence. We see Joseph, the dearly times. .
loved son of a fond and indulgent Recently two leading Southern
father, torn from his early surround- farm papers have been conducting a
ings and subjected to Egyptian slavery campaign for more equitable condi-
with all the hardships incident, tions among the farming class as a
to that condition. We see him ex- whole. One has been urging a Con- CONSECUTIVE
posed to the most persistent and gressional Act looking toward the YEAR
strongest kind of temptation in the stabilization of the dollar, and it
house of his master and steadfastly seems that such an act may be pass-
resisting, and then falsely accused ed, as one has already been intro-
and unjustly imprisoned in an orien- duced. If the dollar could be stabilized -
tal prison. suffering untold discom- it would be of benefit to the

fort. His patience, courage, and farmer, unquestionably. For instance,
faith held him steady during the the: farmer needs long-time credit. '; .i,',,tj h iiep. ., Y \

years of servitude and unjust accusation I He can't borrow today and repayin
and imprisonment. 30 or 60 days. And if he borrows

Jachob lived at Hebron and sent when a bushel of corn is worth a

his older sons with his flocks to the dollar, and then tries to repay it I .
grazing lands around Shechem, 40 when it takes two bushels of corn J ---j

miles north. Jacob said to Joseph, to be worth a dollar to all intents I {
(17 years old) "Go, I pray thee, and purposes he is repaying two ,:,
see, whether it is well with thy breth- dollars for one, unless the things the I .."
ren, and well with the flocks; and farmer has to buy have come down r i cI

bring me word again." The flocks proportionately in price.
had been moved 13 miles further With reference to this, one of thes .
north at Dothan. When Joseph papers says: Prices on various com-: ..;

found his brethren, they said, "Be- modities have fallen during thee-I THE WORLD expects the best from Firestone in tires. .
cometh let pression as follows: Coal 10 percent, .
hold this dreamer* ,will chemicals and drugs 21, mcta1: and Race drivers know Firestone Tires are the,safest and best-for thirteen
us slay him and we say,
some evil beast hath devoured him." metal products 24, building nntetial consecutive years all the winning drivers at the Indianapolis 500-Mile In-
26, agricultural 27
non products
But one brother Reuben, persuadedthem hides and leather products 31, textile ternational Sweepstakes Race have driven"their' cars to victory on Firestone
not to kill Joseph, but to "cast
'jUg- products 38, and farm products Tires.
him into a pit, which was a
shaped cistern dug in the limestone 53 percent.Yet .
of that country.A Southern farmers have contin- Why should you or your family take unnecessary chances by using
ued to work, to produce, and to sell
band of Ishmalites came by bear- at the going price "If farmers had anything but the safest and best tires that experience and skill can build?
ing spices from Gilead to Egypt, and
held the value of their services at '
they "sold Joseph to the Ishmaelitesfor fixed prices as city people in many The great organization Mr. Firestone has built-every employee a

twenty pieces of silver' (about instances haye done, millions of stockholder;:: -takes a greater interest in building the best tires that can
?13.00, now worth about $130.00)and
they brought him to Egypt. farmers today would be out of work. be made because they know that every tire bears the name "Firestone",
The farmer is a big buyer of man-
"And Potiphar an officer of (king) ufactured products. He cannot affordto which is a guarantee of superior quality and
Pharaoh, captain of the guard,
buy in a market where the prices
bought him and the Lord was workmanship.
of manufactured products has
with Joseph And his master saw
been held so much higher than the
that the Lord was with him *and Firestone patented: construction ,features
price sale for th<> products of the
he made him overseer of his house, with the Extra Values of and
farm. When the dollar is stabilized Gum-Dipping
the Lord blessed the .Egyptian'shouse.
." (if ever) and v.-.cn' the prices for Ttvo Extra Gum-Dipped Cord Plies Under the
farm products t.nC. manufactured pro- -
The Egyptian's wife falsely accus- ducts are pro tionate. we should Tread and other exclusive Firestone features > .' 'fV'

ed Joseph of doing wrong, and had begin to turn fiat corner where good make Firestone Tires outstanding in all the \ i
him tho\.u into prison, "But the
times have 1 1.r?*i hiding out for so
Lord was with Joseph, and gave many months, -nd both tho farmer grades, at unbelievably low prices. '
him favour in the sight of the keeperof and the manufacturer. will profit.
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the prison." Drive in today and compare sections 'cut\ '

"After these things the butler of Form Child'"srfs Food from Firestone Tires and_ others. See for
the King of Egypt and his baker
'), ; ri'':'mled the King and Habits Early in Life yourself the Extra Values you get in these

)1.i, put them into the prison, the safest tires, at prices lower than they have '
place vhere Joseph was 1 :jund. *
and they dreamed c?' 1 man hi ever been before.

dream in one night the butler f l9r n .
and the baker." In Gen ,1s, Ch. 40, r These Extra in Firestone Tires cost .

you can read what those dreams you no more than ordinary tires. .
were. Joseph told them their
dreams meant that within three
days the baker would be hanged Listen to the "Voice of Firestone" Every Monday Night Over N. B. C. Nationwide Network

until dead, but the butler would be
restored to his post'-: with the
King, and so it l..le ; p .sz: .
Joseph said to the butler, "Whenit
shall be well with thee T Theson '11r'to..

pray thee* *make niantion of me OLDFIELD TYPE SENTINEL TYPE

unto Pharaoh, and bring me out of Special Brand Special Bran
Tlr Our Cash Mail Order Our Cash Tire Our Cuh Price Mail OrderOut.Ca.eh Price
this houseet did not the Chic
SIH Price Each Tire Price Per 9ia. Each Tire Per Pair '
butler remen-:.' .r Joseph, but forgot Price Each Pair Price Each
hinj.Two years later the King r 4.40-21 $4.79 $4.79 $9.30 4.40-21 $3.59 $3.59 $6.98

Egypt had a dream which great: 4.50-20 5.35 5.35 10.38 4.50-21 3.95 3.95 7.66

troubled him, "And he called for ." 4.50-21 5.43 5.43 10.54: 4.75-19 4.63 4.63 9.00
;fi.t- of and all I
iiu! in.;' : Egypt, earlier'
begin to train
vase iiie: thereof: and Phar:. '. THE child in you correct food habits, 4.75-19 6.33 6.33 12.33 5.00-19 4.8 4.85 9.44

told them his dream; but there wjc: : the better Set a time for meals. 4.75-20 6.43 6.43: 1..43 5.25-21 5.98 5.98 11.64
none that could interpret them Allow no distractions during the
unto Pharaoh." meal hour. Have the food at- 5.00-19 6.65 6.65 lIZ.90
Then the chief butler told Phaiacli tractive in color, odor and flavor 5.00-20 Viretone --
how Joseph had interpreted Isis so that it will be tempting to the 6.75 6.75 13.1O COURIER TYPE
appetite. Serve small portions so
5.00-21 6.96 6.96
dream. that the"plate can be cleared with- 1354 4.40-21 $3.1O $3.10 $5.98
JoSef was brought before tl.e out the child having the feeling of 5.25-18 7.53 7.53 14.6
King whc told his dreams th:..u being stuffed. When a midafternoon 4.50-21 3.55 3.55 6.98
7 fat catt'a came up out of the river lunch seems desirable serve 5.50-18 @.3 8.35 %6.Z0 30x3% Cl. 2.89 2.89 5.75

Nile and. then 7 thin, starved catt"whlcl : simple foods that will not remaintoo 5.50-19 .43 8.48 16.46
devoured the fat cattle; alu: long in the stomach.
7 good ears of corn; and 7 bad, Milk is an unsurpassed source of 6.00-18 HD lO.65: 10.65 20.66 ,.ir $tGne OLDFIELD
Vitamin A, and child specialistsagree
blighted! which destroyed the TRUCK AND BUS TYPE
that it is the most important 6.00-19 m 1O.85: 10.85 ZX.04
good ears. Joseph told the King, single Item in a child's diet. But
6.00-20 20.95 10.95 21.24 30x5 no ___$15.35 $15.35 $29.74
"TLe seven good kind are seven many children dislike milk, or tire
years; and the seven good ears are of it. Some children consider it a 6.00-21 m 131.10: : 11.10 21.54 32x6 HD ---. 26.50 26.50 51.00
r scv.:n years; the dream is one. And "baby drink." In any of these casesit
the seven thin and ill favoured kine might be well to provide a cereal 6.00-22 no 1t1t.6C 11.60 22.$ 6.00-20 HD 11.65 11.65 22.60 )

that came after them beverage. Modern science has been 6.50-20 15.50 15.50 30.00
up are seven able to use suoh nutritious foods as 6.50-19 m 2030: 12.30 23.86 HD 'r--

blasted years; with and the the east seven wind empty shall ears be wheat this, bran type and of beverage.molasses in Simplyput making 6.50-20 m 1. .6$1 12.65 4.S4 7.50-20 HD 26.45 26.45 51.60

seven years of famine." a teaspoonful into a cup, pour 7.00-2C HD 14.65 !!$&412 9.75-20 RD 61.6f. 61.65 12O.OO
Then Joseph advised the King to hot milk over it, stir it and then II _
Otlirr Sise. PropJiitety 'u- l;tcr ;isva Prt' o:I mutely Low
C. appoint a man to collect a part of sweeten it to taste. You will find --- ------ ---.----------- ------- --
all grain produced during the seven that your child will love the rich
good years and to save it for the nutty flavor of this beverage. In
addition he will have the benefits
people during the bad
of whole wheat plus the essential
pharaoh appointed Joseph to do
nourishment of milk. For an InbeI I
the work and made him second in
tween snack It Is an ideal
com ... ... ..
the kingdom. Joseph did the work bination when served with bran -

au4 Oed pfospr&d hlni Thd dt'o ilth teufina or with & erofcara bread.. ,,14; I' tan Florida _. t. 11'1f J
... ': ':]! '!\ L
peanut butter 4wtc trt I ,
pa-: $. t1 be, farslp( coma- ana. .. the peo



'il.f -

.f 'list of 48 candidates who have filed. is no chance of jr s" .'.> session; assurance can be obtained from the I II be organized In view of the fact that

.fI This recommendation will no doubt being called. liquidating agent of the bank that I the business which it will do will be

Personal Mention I come along in due course so that "In order to obtain relief for the tlie collateral In question would be that of refinancing transactions which

the information can be placed in banking situation, which is pressingly -!deposited with the custodian for the,I were begun prior to the act. It may

the hands of the voters when theygo demanded at this time, there is purpose of closing the loan. I I prove to be a difficult matter to

R. H. Howell spent the week end to the polls. only one feasible: method of approach. "In the event that the value of I I I purchase an old company and for
namely, through of the institutions
one "
this I should like ser-
reason your
4o visiting in Lakeland. Pending the announcement, other the collateral has diminished to the
r I made eligible through section
ious consideration of the matter of
suggestions from sources committed extent that a loan cannot free the,
5 of the Reconstruction Finance Coi
Miss Mary Kline spent- the weekend to the support of Gov. Roosevelt may collateral from the bank, it is pro- organizing a new company, which
act. The
poration only institution
In Palm Beach. be out of order but for the benefit posed that a court order be obtained will be a relatively simple matterP'-
of this character available is that
lof the weekly papers In this district authorizing the liquidating agentof Miami Herald.
of a mortgage loan company and
who will have a last opportunity to the bank to sell the collateral for
Mrs. B. Thomas was a Tuesday from no ii-ciission with Mr. Dough-1( AUTO TAG PRICE CUT IN
I inform their readers in their issues the amount of any loan which may be
visitor in Palm Beach. erty of tills state it appears to bo
I" this week, the names of the candi-I made thereon be the Reconstruction HALF AFTER JUNE FIRST
impossible to organize a new mortgage
dates on the probable Roosevelt Finance Corporation. There seemsto
J Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Yenawine were loan company to be used as' a
slate should be revealed. We can be no" 'restriction: on the right of Florida auto license plates were
Sunday visitors to Pahokee.N. I.vehicle for borrowing as this would
come pretty close to it and here it is: a liquidator to sell the assets of a placed on sale Wednesday. June 1st
t be in contravention of the Reconstruction I
at half prices, W. S. McLin, motOr -
I For state at large (men) vote for Flounce Corporation act closed bank, provided there is an year
C. of Miami here announcedlate
Storey, was approving court order. vehicle commissioner
these four ,
: cvidrs that be
which loann
Saturday transacting business. ll' no last week. The reduced rate in
Val C. Cleary made to un enterprise initiated aCtor 'Inasmuch as there will be consid-
I the past for half year tags has not
Bryan MackD. erable expense and effort expendedin
January 22. 1932. :Mr.! Dougherty
Mrs. F, K. Foster, of EvergladesCity been effective until June 15.
F. C. Robertson, Sr. suggests that an existing old line setting up this machinery, I should'
was a week end visitor here. !j! James (Jim) Whitehurst. mortgage loan company might be like to obtain the advance approvalof Tags purchased at the half-rate

5 State at vote for I with the Reconstruction Finarrce Corporation can not be used on automobiles which
Miss large (women) purchased! and reorganized sufficient
Gladise Le Nowling, of Palm
\ I have been in since the
to the operation
as procedure above
these four: capitalization to make application
:Ueach, was Tuesday visitor here. .
a Mrs. Tommie C. Barfield to the Reconstruction Finance I outlined, it being understood, of first of the year. Purchasers:; must

I j Mrs. Herman A. Dann Corporation for loans. i iI course that such advance approval be prepared to give affidavit that the
Carl Johnson and Andrew Beery
Mrs. Beulah Hooks Hannah "The procedure for relieving the I I does not in any way relate to the car for which the half year tag Is
were visitors to Palm Beach.
Monday I bought has not been used during the
security to be tendered as collateralnor
f Mamie Sparkman Hart situation would be as follows: I

Miss Mae Drew and Joe Johnson : Congressional_ district at large, vote "The mortgage loan company will as binding upon the Reconstruction current year.Automobile.

attended the theatre in Palm Beach for two: agree with a closed bank to take! Finance Corporation for the dealers and the license

Sunday. j j F. S. Hudnall' its acceptable collateral to: the Reconstruction purpose of making a loan. I sim- tag department believe that this en-

s, E. Clay Lewis, Jr. Finance Corporationand I ply want to be assured that such a couragement will be the means of

j make a loan thereon sufficient I mortgage loan company will be an helping business for the dealers, the
Fred Puryear and Dr. Parnell, of First district, vote for two:
in amount to pay off the indebtedness acceptable vehicle for the purposeabove announcement from Tallahassee said.
'- Miami, spent the week end visiting I Carl Hanton of Ft. Myers
against said collateral held by I : mentioned and for that pur-
.- in Clewiston.
: I Perry G. Wall l of Tampa
I the bank. Of course the characterof pose I shall be glad to, submit the Brtahfart for Doughboy
Clip out this list and save it for' charter, by-laws and balance sheet
I its
collateral and
the acceptabilitywould
K. The French cooks could DeTer get
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Richman left
future it
reference. If isn't
l exactly be determined entirely by the of the mortgage loan company to IB lice with the American breakfast:
Tuesday for Palm Beach where they
the Roosevelt ticket voters and
may, the Reconstruction Finance
I Cor
; will reside. II Reconstruction Finance Corporation. which was demanded by the Ameri
they should if they are for Roosevelt poration to '
prior making form
if such a transaction be carried any a canswho were called to Franca
y : -
substitute names on the official
I the closed bank would receive the application. during the war The French break-
Sam Woodham of Palm Beach, slate for of the above which
. was among the "out of town visitors I any proceeds of the loan, the assets would "Specifically, I would like to kv fast consists of a roll and coffee,
not be it. It will be noted
f here may 'on I 1 Iv. freed to the depositors and the whether it is the conclusion of she while the American demanded eggs
: I that there are only 12 names on this ,
-- I ,mortgage loan company would remain board that a new company mar n and bacon as well
list. The additional six
delegates to
the obliger the obligation
" I' upon
Mr. and Mrs. Hoomes Rich spent r
':make up Florida's 18 will be elected to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation -

the week-end in Miami visiting relatives -i in the other congressional districts I I Of course, the loan would ':":":":":":":":":-':-':":+X.o.-.:+:..:..:..:..:..:-.:..:-.:..:..:-.:..:<<..:-o. :":":..c
and friends. two in each.-Fort Myers News-Press I!I .
have to be closed in escrow, but t
:Carl Hanton, Editor.JSKIPPER y
'.:. Mr. and Mrs. Keathley Bowden' Y !
i I I Y
and Charles Lovvorn spent Sunday

in Okeechobee--City. j:1! ASKS AID THE TIME IS HERE! j is j Open to the Public I

H. P. Peterson is leaving Saturday I A

for Jacksonville where he will.spend' FOR CLOSED BANKSWashington
a two weeks vacation.

, Mr. and Mrs. F. K. Foster, A. L'i' D. C., June 2Witha .!. Moderate Green Fees :I

Hackett and J. A. Plunkett were visitors -' view to circumventing the state VOTE WISELY I

to Miami Sunday. law which prevents receivers of clos- :: Exceptional Fairways :;

_ed banks from borrowing on the TuesdayAND ,

Mrs. W. C... Hooker, Miss Bonceil. assets of 'such institutions,' Glenn B. Interesting Grass Greens t

," Stone and Miss Frances Munroe were Skipper, Republican national com- ELECT

Monday visitors to Palm Beach. mitteeman for Florida, today filed 1

with the Reconstruction .Finance] FRANKLIN( 0(L .y,
Miss Jeanette Morgan, Harry Pet- Corporation a memorandum outlin- KINtiI. :;: r "

ers and Troy Puryear attended the ;ing a plan for issuing loans to the : i

. theatre in Pahokee Sunday evening' ,defaulting banks. =_i= The Most Popular S :

I Mr. Skipper said, there was some
Mr. and Mrs. G. Small returned $40,000,000 of frozen assets tied .
," up := Recreation Center
the latter part of the week from defaulting Dade county banks ._. .I IZ

5! 5 Atlanta, where they visited friends alone. The plan submitted to the Y

I and relatives. finance corporation makes provision :: In Clewiston

also for loans to building and loan
! Mr. and Mrs. Norman A. Nielseni associations in the which likewise :i
j state : \.. J '
returned to their home here after I arc prohibited by statute from t,

: spending the week-end in Miami asj I j hypothecating their assets. I id ,.L

guests of friends.
i I The memorandum of Mr. Skipper,
1 I who returned to his home at Miami
j Mrs. Fred Moltz, Mrs. A. A. Mun-
tonight, follows: Clewiston Golf Course I
: roe, Airs J. F. Tippey, Mrs\ J.' E. _
: Winn and Miss Frances Tippey were "In view, of the. Florida laws relating I

Tuesday visitors in Palm Beach. to the power of closed bank :

liquidating ,agents to borrow it I X X V

Mrs.Miss E.Jewel R. Fontaine Russell,,Andrew Miss Bonceil Beery;seems to secure impossible direct for relief such f: r i'li'.utions the Reconstruction I ......................-........................ .........'"............'.....'u'........................................................................................,..._._.....................-.-........,..-...,..........;.

Stone, and Mrs. C. L. Downs Finance Corporation

ed the theatre in Pahokee attend'j Furthermore, the building and loan' --- .. .

evening. situation of that state is not cap- I --- _-:.; ..: : : :.. ,, :.. 'J
agle of being relieved because of

Mrs. H- C. Avant, Miss Marcia the non-assignability ot their evi- I

Avant and Miss Ulla Jacobson spent dence of indebtedness. No relief can

Sunday afternoon in LaBelle where be had from the legislature which STATE COMMISSIONER OF I

they attended the baccalaureate ser- does not me' f u Lil $-o:?:. and there

A business for business
Mrs. K. L. Osborne left the early man a job.

.'lJI--. part of the week for Jacksonville.i!

Mrs. Osborne will return shortly and II During six ;years legislative service,

her daughter, who is attending school I Senator King has always voted and

there, will return with her. FARMLAND fought for the agricultural interestsof

Florida. I

Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Hall, Dr. and His first declaration in this cam
Mrs. W. T. Bailey and Mrs.F. I. Ley-
I "I will enforce the
paign! was: green
t'ig notored to LaBelle Sunday whereDr. : fruit law WITHOUT FEAR OF I / -\
delivered the baccaulau-
Bailey has and
FAVOR. He repeated emphasized -
I reate sermon to the graduating class He it.'
throughout. means
of the LaBelle high school. .H LEASESfor Substantial Inducemente Are
! Franklin O. King, as state eOlUmis-i

I Recent registrations at the Watanabe sioner of Agriculture,. will put an end, Offered To Relieve the Acute
to fruit shipments,. stop importation -
include J. D. Bruce of Jack-
I of bootleg eggs and milk:, and, Housing Shortage Now Pre-
sonville, Fred V. Holder of Miami, .
correct other evils of the -
H. L. Chandler of Okeechobee, M. E. present i>jstcm. vailing in Clewiston.CLEWISTON.
He will and ser-
I Patten of Okeechobee J. J. Whita- |
Lake Highway vice together and redeem Florida'svast
, ker and J. R. WHitaker of. Ft. Myers,' '
I and Mr. and Mrs. M. G.. Sturgeon of Frontage Agricultural wealth by aidingthe /
I man who, most of all of us, needs'helpthe
I Tampa.
I grower, producer and
1 t Back Lands for shipper-and must have it to warranta
[ Among the out of town visitors
i hu-II of normal tunes. '
alllJanttngi' a
I attending the Tuesday night dance

I sponsored by the American Legion SO. LISTEN TO THIS! Four more,

! .t\ were John Formey and H. G. Mac- -- years is a long time to bear the con-: .
i Arthur 'of Pahokee, Broadus: Gantt sequences of extravagance and ine-: 1:

I ..4t4.t.... of Moore Haven, Mrs. Annette DeLaney ficiency; characterizing;: the, present!)

S Mr. and Mrs. Blitz Weigman I JimBeardsley state agricultural administration. To 1 COMPANY I

Thomas Jones and W. T .Maddox of change these conditions, YOU musts

: LaDclle. Act. ACT NOW I

King has the experience,. strength, PHONE 102

THE DELEGATES., I energy. : and grit to pull us out.

; The Florida, Roosevelt organization TUESDAY! Administration Building Clewiston, FloridaFRIDAY
( called the friends of Franklin Phone 366

5 D.''Roosevelt, has ddclded' we under-- (Paid Advertisement paid for

:::' Viand-," to recommend .'to the voters ; -- -. -" ".' <. .-. __ _. .
: ___ by, friends and-aupporters of '6 ... :e:
II dtltfttu to b. eluted out of the : _. : B nttor: King,) .. .' .' ''.. ._ ...<._. .'.-.. _-_- .-,- .-.-1--;: I
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CROWDED HOUSE GREETS SCHEDULED GARDEN PARTY I Myers, appeared before the' assembly 'hanging himself from the rafters of death.A. p

CANDIDATES IX FINAL IS HELD IX WORTH HOME:Iin the Interest of Stafford Caldwell I II' his poultry house. His body was J. Sanford, 65, of Palmdale,

COUNTY POLITICAL RALLY one candidate for governor. A handfullof discovered by his wife who went out died suddenly Tuesday morning after -
(Continued from page ) voters remained to assist with feeding the chickens.No .
---- to hear the Ft.
(Continued from page 1) Mrs. E. L. Stewart, Mrs. M. E. Von :Myers attorney, but the majority filed reason has been determined for having spent part of the prece.d"lIng

II," whIch, he said, had been entirely Mach. Mrs. Ludekins, Mrs. G. B. out to discuss the local candidates the suicfde. night as watcher over the corpseof

cured. He was also cashier of: Rackstraw, Mrs. T. V. Watson Mrs.J. political races. Judge Campbell gavea Mr. Chibnall's body was removed his wife's brother-in-law, Charles -,

the Bank of LaBelle for a number E. Beardsley, Mrs. Robbins, Mrs. brief resume of the cost of government from Its hanging position by his S. Chibnall, who committed suicide 'c '

of years and has done much othe T. B. Shelly, Mrs. W- C. Owen, Mrs.I I during the last four administrations wife who summoned neighbors Im late Monday afternoon. Mr. San-

clerical work which, he added, showed B. A. Bourne, Mrs. J. A. McGehee, showing that ,the expenses mediately. There was some hope ford's body was discovered In the
him to be thoroughly qualified for Mrs. E. R. Fontaine, Mrs. W. M. Red-I I had steadily risen since the adminis- that life remained In the body but kitchen of his home about noon on

the office. "You are the jury," he elsheimer, Mrs. J. K. Mowrey, Mrs. tration of former governor Catts. the doctor, who hastened to the Tuesday b'y his wife who returned

concluded, "and I ask you to sen W. C. Prewitt, Mrs. Fred Hill, Mrs. He then gave a few of the planks in scene, pronounced him dead.A I home after spending the night with

tence me to four years of hard work!: H. R. Hall Mrs. K. C. Kolstad, Mrs. Mr. Caldwell's platform by which he sad coincidence In connectionwith her bereaved sister. Mrs. Chibnall.

in tho fay collector's office." B. G. Thomas, Mrs. D. Harris, Mrs- plans to reduce the expenses of government the death of Mr. Chibnall was Mr. Sanford's death was ascribed to

E. E. Kejly, in a very short talk T. B. Deckman, Mrs. G. Wallace, Mrs. to a reasonable figure. that of A. J. Sanford which occurred heart failure.

said he was confident of his elcct.ou Vaughn, Mrs. M. E. Yenawine, Mrs. about twelve hours later. The wivesof

and wanted voters to get be. L. Spicer, Mrs H. T. Vaughn, Mrs1. BROTHERS-IN-LAW DIE WITHIN the two men are sisters, and Mr. Periscope ArrangementA
C. W. McDonald. Mrs. T. B. Hooks,
hind his candidacy and settle the 12 HOURS IN GLADES CO.'Sanford spent the greater part of simple periscope consists of reflecting -
Mrs. R. Vaughn, Mrs. D. A. McGea-
election in the first primary.J. .
Monday night at the Chibnall hometo mirrors or prisms at opposite,
L. Taylor, present collector, was; cbey, Mrs. R. Maxwell, Mrs. A. O. Charles S. Chibnall, poultryman,I lend what assistance he could end of a tube with the reflecting/

not present at the meeting. He had Ward, Mrs. C. L. Downs, Miss Ellen of Palmdale, mmitted suicide about there. Perhaps the shock and strain surface parallel and at the right nn

previously telephoned the chairmanthat Wallace, Miss Marlon Leydlg, Miss I five o'clock Monday afternoon by i of the circumstances hastened his glee:: nf t?> .l 'rrrc_ with thi tlthP's] axis
his wife's illness had called him Mae Drew, Miss Marion Harmon, Miss I

to Arcadia on the night of the meet- Dorothy Moorman, Miss Janet Morgan

Miss Elizabeth West, and Miss Jamye
ing.Three -
candidates for tax assessor Williams.

were next on the schedule for talks

with W. L. Murray the first speaker, .
who In a humorous talk said he telligent enforcement of the laws and

wanted the 'jobHe! said that it Delaney will give us that.'f The attorney -

county then dwelt on the expense of
looked as though Hendry

would have three assessors since both Mr. Crews and Capt. Reeves with a paraphrase on a Biblical pas- d

believed they would be elected, a'nd! sage.William
Lo knew he would be. T. Maddox made a short

Mr. Crews was not at the meeting talk in the interests of his candidacyfor

when his name was called. the office of county judge saying

Hurd L. Reeves, present assessor, that he was fully qualified to handleall

seeking re-election, said that although matters properly brought before I Vote For

the financial returns of the the county court. i

office had flunctuated widely' duringhis Selden L. Stewart, present member I 7/

tenure of office from a salaryof of the board of county commissioner Q

$6,000_ one year and only $1,492 and candidate for the county judge's

last year, he still wanted the office. bench sprung a surprise by a change : CARL Em ROVER

Since he has been tax assessor, he from ,the customary campaign speecli

said, he has always had the office Mr. Stewart had composed a song, in I

open and ready and willing to do. which he set out his qualification: fir:

favors for any person who had come the office. I

to him for help, and whether assessor of Public InstructionA
H. A. Rider, county judge, also
not would continue this
or he
seeking re-election was the not c_n-
policy. Mr. Reeves said there was
didate called to the platform. He
no criticism of the assessment roll
cited his-qualifications as having been
and that he had been the means of
in the practice of law for the past
inducing : of the tax to
many payers 18 years, and that he was a graduate
their county taxes. School Man for School Job
pay of two of the best lawschools in the a
Beginning his talk with
a nursery I South; he had been county prose-
rhyme. George. Hendry, candidatefor
cuting attorney and attorney for the
clerk of the circuit court madea
board. He reiterated the statement
few humorous remarks and then
made at 'a previous meeting in whichhe
said he was running for the office
said it is a recognized principleof
solely on his merits, and would appreciate f
every political party that wherea
the support of the voters.
man has filled a part of a term of
He said he had always been a Dem-
office satisfactorily, he should be
ocrat and would remain as such.
turned for a full term.
William T. Hull, seeking reelection re-I .
The last local office on the ---' r. ',;. ; tro\\ : k :.-+ ': 'P.L J.l: t:' t : - .icy
as clerk of the circuit court gavea _, L ; : it. < : _.i._ '. ,: : :
man's roll was that of representativein
brief rcsum-e of the activities of .
the state legir ture.The first of
the office during the two terms he
the candidates to be called was L. O.
has held it. In this time, he said, he
Gravely who announced his platformas
has handled more than $1,300,000more
favoring ( .1 ) sensible banking
than $151,000 in delinquent tax
laws; (2) keeping Lake Okeechobeeopen
funds, and more than 11,000 instruments -
to comm -cial fishing; (3)) ap-
had been filed for record. He VOTE FOR ,
ening the sowne: Evergladeslaud :
said his office had been conducted in
to homes.-ading; (4) a work-
a proper manner, and that during his
man's compe.don act (5)gaso-) r
tenure he had learned the most effi-
]line tax distribution so the small
cient procedure for all the details of
counties will get i'le'r snare
; ; (6)protection -
the clerks duties.Candidates .

discussed race for in possibly the county the most were license; (7)a)law change; (8): he in the said automobile he was-! i :: GIVE HIM I YOUR VOTE '

opposed to the road department's declaring
-| -Y: ,
next called to the platforrwith the
a road building holiday until :r
names of four candidates 'jailed. The '
tho smaller counties get their share..!
first to answer was Porter Richards '
He sid that in one session he amen 1
who laid his platform plank by plank; .
ded bill that slated 'the
a was to give
first of which was "jobs for the home r .; o- 'Ga't
commissioner of -
agriculture the rightto
man." In this discussion he said r :
cclose ccertain bodies
of water to- -
the practice of allowing foriegn auto (
commercial fishing. Mr. Gravely said
tags to be operated in the county was .' r
he attached an amendment to that'
the means of keeping some Florida
bill excluding the territory of Lake
man out of emp oynH.t and to put I

an unnecessary bar'lela:: thj Flor Okeechobee. He also took the state The main fight of ALL
ida automobile road department to task for using)
tag owner, when out- 0td
Glades county citizens and negroes'' X
siders are allowed to operate a car
I the other candidates for the
contrary to the law provided. He, m the mainteneace of Hendry county -<

also said that if he were elected he roads.:
would enforce all the laws, and not Elbert L. Stewart, present representative [: office of Governor is directed -

just a few of ;" from the county, began his .
.em, and that he would :
treat all alike, conducting the office; talk by exhibiting a circular distributed u J against Martin because ;
: through the county just after
without fear or favor. He further
. said that he would cooperate with tl: I the former political rally held here :L/ he is admited to be the

I citizens of Ilendry county for its bet- last month, which ,was said to have K 40 $ m2.iL
ministration of the present sheriff been signed and distributed by Mr. Jo!

termeu_. Pie then assailed the ad- Stewart's opponent, and which the LEADING CANDIDATE c<.-

for the expenses reflected in the speaker said misrepresented the facts John W. Martinfor

statement of the fine and forfeiture concerning: legislative attempts to

fund. He said that it is costing th" pass a workmen's compensation act.

county too much money to conductthe The speaker read a letter from the

sheriff's office. secretary of state and exhibited a copy J

,-- W. C. Hooker, the next candidate, I of: the much mooted bill, a part of GovernorHonest '

made a:: iia-r; ssive talk in which he!which was read to bear out the con-

brought cut his qualification for the tention that the bill offered no relief -!
office and closed with the statementthat to injured workmen, but allowed

!:e could say nothing derogatory employers to elect whether or not
employees were to be hired under
COPCCaing either of the opponentsIn
the iace. At the conclusion of the provisions of the bill. Mr.-Stew-: GIVE HIM YOUR VOTE

his speech ;Llr. Hooker quoted J. G. art said he voted, against a simi1la'r j .

Holland's poem entitled "God Give act in 1931 because it gave no pro-;

US Men," as being applicable to the tection to workmen whatever. The I f Fearless

pieb.nt times. much discussed Senate Bill Number! ,

Dan L. McLaughlin was not present One was said by Mr." : Stewart to bej i

when his name was called to a companion bill to the one he had I e I Progressive .

rc>pond and had no representativespeak just read and he voted against that i j

for him. bill also, he said. Mr. Stewart said :j

Sheriff H. L. Delaney being absent, that as a banker he was in favor of ,

W. W. Preston, local attorney, spokein adequate bank laws and that he1! I'i

behalf of the sheriff answering would be one of the first to advocate : .

charges made by one of the other op- any fair laws for the protection of I\t

ponents. In his talk Mr. Preston depositors and banks. 'j John Martin His Friends

said that during the months'- that Mr. Judge J. Bowers Campbell, of Ft.: Stands By

Delancv had held the 'office seven :

j'.uril-r trials had been conducted in South Pole Well GuardedThe I

the courts and that this one fact is
pole Is surrounded
lest 'asible for the high seeming expanses Ice harrier 150 feet high. On the bj polar an I I This advertisement paid for by the Clewiston friends of John MartinAGE

of the office. Mr Preston plateaus: winds blow ;1 ; -
continuously nQ !
nid, ."lYl&t the people vrftnt Is IP* caln; I'd g) mt1ti Ru hour : :. I -- -_ i3'- -- ,