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 10, 1932
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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JI With practically all of :the 1283
QUALIFIED precincts of the state 'reported the FOR FOUR CITIESORGANIZED

1 election of' Mark 'Wilcdx, West Palm

': AT FIRST ,PRIMARY Beach attorney, a dripping? wet, 4s as- HERE

: x sured over,Mrs. Ruth Bryan Owen for

,--- congressman from' the fourth district.

: ,';POLLING SHOWS HIGH, INTEREST i Mrs.. Owen has conceded ,the ejection FOUR, CITIES, NEW LEAGUE

TAKEN RACES and has announced that: she will re- FOR SUMMER SPORT; LLOYD
sign effective De mber--flrsl in ,order
'LOCAL AND STATE MEN The Everglades baseball league
that her opponent might ,be appointed fit.

t ; si + w in time;,to enter the lame duck session was formed here Monday night by
That zr representatives of Clowiston ,
Hendry county citizens take .4. r, ''which session she 'oPPose's.on, Moore

J their politics' seriously, moreso in principle., Haven, LaBelle and Belle Glade withG.
fact than any other county in the V r J. M. Lee, representative, from F. Lloyd, one of LaBelle's most

stater, is shown by a :tabulation of YrA't +q gained ardent baseball fans 33 presidennt.Tom .
; ; k Highlands county support in
w registered a"lid. voters in Shelley of Clewiston was
; named
qualified' ; all-sections, of the staten, ,his face
Florida., 1 I against,Ernest Amos'for Comptroller.Last secretary-treasurer and J. E. Beards-'

The tabulation, is 'gathered from i!I }; xSN4' available : ley, also of Clewiston, was appointed -
returns .gave: Amos a '
supervisors of registration newspapers :! official score keeper and statistician
lead of,, less than 200 vote.r over Lee.;
in each of the 67' counties. I I Ifor the
:' .. Swearingen ran..far behind the second 7 rr league. The primary.
'Of' the 1100 registered voters in I place. ',-:,. w *; duty of the statitician Is ,to keep the

;' Hendry county,.only 5'failed' to pay official, batting and team averagesfor
their, poll.4 tax in time to' vote in The election of Nathan Mayo as 'the season?: '

the .election Tuesday. Commissioner of, ,Agriculture Is as- Each team in the newly formed

.1, Glades, an adjoining;county ranked sured; having 'piled up, a;lead of 12-; |league Is to appoint its own, manager-
000 votes over Franklin O. King.
,;r high on the, state list with ,only ---------- ---- ;who is to sit on the board of direct-
Herbert J. Drane a'nd J. Hardin!
r. 114 'out .of. 1030 registered failing Dave Sholtz, Daytona Beach attor- tore of the league. The board of
John W. Martin, who according to Peterson will enter the second primary -
,l to qualify. ney, 'a new comer in state political directors for the league are: W. W.
: press dispatches late last night, is for from the first I ;
'l'. Gulf county, one of the congressman circles, piled up majorities in 'central!I Hooks, Clewiston; Frank Cothern,
leading the state in the race for dicfr ci. Poor third.
: gov- Lowry running a ,: .,
west Florida counties.. placed Florida counties to give him a, lead;LaB_ Ile; L. C:'Betzner, Belle Glade, ;
ernor bya majority of approximately In the second district a,'ru -off is
on the list with only 67 of its"r over former governor Cary A. Hardee,i land Pete Wilson, Moore, Haven
: 10.000 over, his nearest opponent, seen between Tom Yon. incumbent,
; istered voters not on the list,'of g-I I for second place .in the eight corneredgovernor's ?\Joore' Haven was not represented laperson
electors. Dave Sholtz.) Martin's heavy sup- and Millard Caldwell. R. 'G- Patterson -
His but telephonic communication
port was given him from :west and Pensacola, placing third in thereport race. majority over -
A total vote of 321,909, is 'shown' i Hardee was 3,034 from all but 79 of with that town gave permissionto
south Florida counties. Included in
the completed precincts
/ 'of
as possible by the tabulated list, : the state's, 1,283, precincts reported., formulate any set, of playing' rules
'giving former
counties the
which Is subject to minor changes.] governor i reporting? % I II |' Sholtz carried Duval, home county and they agreed to ,abide 'by them
majorities Hendry Glades, Lee, I indications -
are: Forcongressman at large all
: A" few of the ...supervisors failed to'1! and to
; of'Durrance, Caldwell and Martin. He come into the league.
../t. classify the voters :,Collier:, Dade,, Highlands, Alachua, : point! toa: run-off. between
according to party' also carried Pineallas, Polk, DeSoto, ,Following is the schedule of games
'' Dixie
Brevard Calhoun Escambia
T. Alsop ,
i John" mayor
affiliation in the report. turned in Broward, Flagler, Okeechobee St. for the season as adopted at ,Monday's -
: Gadsden, GilchrIst. Gulf, Jackson, and W. 'J. Sears former congressman.W. .
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to the state I
which will materially
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press Johns, Volusia., Orange, Hardee, Put- meeting:
:1'* : Jefferson, Leon; Lafayette,; Liberty, W. D.. Bell, ,ardent dry of Arcadia,
$ affect the given for the" I
figures June
: : ; nam and Palm Beach. Indications 12.--Clewiston' Moore'>Haven -
s'' ,"* state'as''a'whole. However of the'!Marion, Martin, Taylor,- Waukulla, I well behind in third place: Lester W. ,'!point that hewill carry Hillsboro. ; Belle Glade .at LaBelle.

,.; '-*:,. counties; .given above the information and: Washington.: Jennings placed ,fourth.'I June 19-Belle Glade at Clewis-

;.;/: Accoridng. ,to the tabulated list! SHOLTZ June 26-Belle Glade at :Moore

!rt\* ? Duval county ranks, first in number] MARTIN CARRYS COUNTY WITH IN SECOND PLACE; Haven; LaBelle 'at Clewiston.

:t: >r of voters with,a 'figure, slightly morel July 3-Clewiston at Belle Glade:

l: ; v. *. than_ 10QQ'Dad; and Hillsborough? Moore Haven at LaBelle. -
*5*:*'4 \", -. eaxsh"approximate, ,30,000, f'' and_ thee HOOKER: -- DELANEY, July '10 Moore? Haven at ,Clew-

!'; ,; v;;smallest: -'number, ',of registered voters iston; LaBelle_'at;' 'Belle Glade.'

I i: i;.rlf.: ,<:.=::.*', x;) fs' shown1, to':be' 'in, Collier. :whose '8 TO ENTER ,SECOND PRIMARY TO SETTLE LOCAL ,OFFICESRIDER July 17-Moore Haven at Clew-

r *' : :, ; "precincts .total only 650 volgs.:,Flag.tercounty ton; LaBelle at Belle Glade. "

I ':- -: ,., '. : 'a. small East coast:county? July 24-Moore Haven at LaBelle:
I ': ...',' "' places' second ,
I I. from the bottom with Clewiston at Belle Glade.
I, r:, ""': ;" ;'708 xotes'. ". :' ': NAMED, ON: FIRST BALLOT, : second .-with Solon B. ,Crews with rane's 53 and W. A. Jones' 12 in that July 31-Belle 'Glade at Moore

; ; : STALLINGS: 'STEWART HULL 265 votes In the Clewiston precinct four, cornered race for the office. In ,
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:information before
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k ..f--!" $:This,:: ? ; compiled; Haven; LaBelle at Clewiston-:":; i.
,':, ... . the polls closed i in'Hendry:: :county :HALL,AND'ALSTON CHOSEN, there was a difference, of only 8 district four (Ft. Denaud-' ) Alto ,Hires '.:August, 7- elle'at"Moore:: .Ha&en&JfelIe -: ;
f''; .r' "' : Tuesday: but'--according to ,advises votes ',between Crews who carried nosed out his opponent l:Ji'fO\lr. yotesHH ':,..
: : BY HEAVY' "VOTE "- Glade*ai-Clewiston; < -*:, ,;"-' >
t' : reaching. :e.ts. frolti.all'-part ,_.: -...,:, .... the precinct-in ibe_,first. riniary.andReeves r:61rttCrlcags 4 Vl1eing7fh e ,- : ..
f" ,, August 14 Glade LaBelle'Clewiston
1 ,, ;: I ..... ,;>- :..;..: was placed third here with 'fin-aI'count. In district: five '(Felda) t
.of the county it would'seern that '
After one "or' the keenest cam- at Moore Haven.
e ? : only one vote's, difference. The official" Fred Dunaway was returned to the "
Hendry county' ,will rank near the 'er'condu
pai&Ds.e t d in Hendrycocunty August 21-Clewiston at LaBelle;
% tally gaVe Crews 135, Murray board by a heavy lead-over his op-
top of the list ,as to percentage of I '
: a record vote was cast her Moore Haven at, Belle Glade.
: 128 and Reeves 127. Final count ponent. Dunaway 70, E. B,. ,Hull 41. '
qualified] voters taking'p; ,in the ,
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(, oil Tuesday. The' county going almost showed the following results accord- For school board member district August 28-Clewiston at LaBelle. ;
: primary. solidly for Roosevelt for president; Moore Haven at Belle Glade.
r ing to precincts: number one (Denaud and Felda) a
divided between Martin and Sholtzfor Sept. 4-Belle Glade at Moore
Murray 128 41 102 38 33 run-off will be necessary to decide
: f governor and with only one of Reeves 127 23 72 17 56 between A. G. Carr, present member Haven; LaBelle at ,Clewiston.
PRODUCE VALUED : the three cornered races settled in i Crews 135 8 62 42 18 '
Tom Hull, clerk of the circuit and M. L. Williams The vote for

the first primary. County Judge H. court, was swept into office by- an this office being divided ,as follows: I FT. MYERS STOPS
A. Rider with of 168
: AT'$5000 SHIPPED a majority overwhelming majority over George Carr 91, Mrs. Homer V., Taylor' 35
over the combined votes Tif his two i '
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i JM. Hendry., Hull carrying each of and M. L. Williams 71.
opponents; was carried back into of- LOCALS
the five precincts in the county, to Charlie Miner, without oppositionis WINNING

i : TO RAIFORD FARM' fice. Rider' 538, Maddox 245 and] lead the ticket with the number ,of named from Clewiston, and Drew I
Selden Stewart. 125, being
! : votes he received. The vote for this Hampton from LaBelle also is'returnh -!
vote on this office.' l SPREE BY 5 TO 4
.' office was distributed as follows: ed to school board without opposition. -:

! THE EVERGLADES PRISON FARM The local race' attracting para- Hull 626, Hendry 257. .

FARM SHIPS VEGETABLES mount attention throughout all of I For ,Governor 'I .
I. / .' Hall 284 53 170 51 68, FIRST LOSS IN ,EIGHT GAMES
V TO STATE INSTITUTION the five precincts narrowed the race Hendry 88 18 67 44 40 Keen interest has been shown all

I j I for sheriff to a'run-off between De-I A heavy poll in his home precinct I through the campaign in the race ATTRIBUTED. TO NATURAL'
P. D. Fancher, superintendent of|laney and Hooker., The total vote gave Elbert L. Stewart) representative for governor,,'with staunch supporters ,

the state prison farm ,at Belle Glade for the ,county showed .Delaney 389, I a comfortable margin to win of the leading candidates mak- It could not last forever, so the "

I announced early this week I Hooker 320, Richards 167 and Mc- over Louis O. Gravely of LaBelle.Mr. ."ing every effort to carry the county mighty Cane Breakers after stretchof

Everglades branch of the prison j:Laughlin 58. Each 'of the two lead- Stewart carried the county bya .for ,their favorite. John W. Martin seven straight wins, dropped a

farm had shipped produce valued atj 1 1t 'ing candidates for sheriff carried his margin of 73 votes. Stewart's total -,carried the county by a majority close game to Fort Myers on the

to the main home precinct by a large majority.In was 485 and Gravely's 412, as of 68 votes his nearest
?5.00p prison farm atj over :west coast city's lot Thursday afternoon -

Raifprd.' The vegetables will be can-I West LaBelle Delaney gathered follows: I j opponent, Dave ,Sholtz ,Martin's I I by a 5-4' score., The game,,was
30 C7 55
,. ". ned at; ,the main; institution for use 1 154 votes to ''Hooker's 15 and in i Stewart Gravely 207!>1 37 16O 30 63 52 tally was 344. Sholtz 276, Gomez the ,third of a series with Ft. Myers

t there, when ,the supply of fresh veg'etables -!'Clewiston l Hooker's tally gave, him I I By carrying every 'precinct with J J147, Gary A. Hardee 37,. Chas. A. I with Clewiston :winning the first

" is exhausted. Included in'' 254 to Delaney's 87. In the other the exception of Felda, John L. Hall,!Durrance 35, CaldwelL" 32, Hart '3 .two by decided scores.

the shipment from the 48 ;acre tract!precincts 1 Delaney piled up a, major LaBelle, was carried into office of!I and Watson ,2 <:completed .the tallies !. Big'Eddie Rush was sent to the

now being cultivated are<1212 ham I ity of 97 which was used to offset supervisor of registration- with a, in the governor's race. Martin supporters mound for Clewiston, and hurled a

: pers of beans, 1408 crates of toma-I i the Hooker lead in the Clewiston pre- wide margin between his vote and j! and those of Sholtz spent valient effort to make it three in a

toes, 687' hampers of cabbage, 5431:cinct. The following tabulation that of Mrs. Alice C. Bailey. The l'Wednesday watching returns from:row for the Breakers. He limited

, hampers of black eyed peas and 88.1 I gives the votes according to precinct vote in this race was as follows 1.' other parts' of the state as they were!;his opponents to ,sit hits but his support .,.

I""', crates of carrots. numbers: Hall 242 CO 145 03 40 deciding which of the three leading was ragged and the Infield gave

Besides the vegetables shipped, I I Delaney 872 154 51 45: Bailey 133 14 88 20 57 candidates would receive their: sup- their worst fielding exhibition of the
t Hooker: 254: 10 15 11 30 In the race for Superintendent of i "
from the Everglades prison farm, port in the second primary in"case season. However, the bat work of
In the three cornered race for Public Instruction E. L. ,Stalling was
which it has grown, the farm has I their favorite is eliminated.
the Breakers made for
up the de-
in returned office with safe lead
tax collector, to be decided a run- r to a I
also purchased '950'crates of For
ComptrollerFor ficienccy with the
off election June 28th between J. L. over Carl E. Royer. Mr. Royer carrying gloves; the locals
toes, 1050 hampers of toma.1 LaBelle the office of ,Comptroller: Hen-,gathered ten hits but failed to add
East precinct
Taylor, present collector, and E. E. by one '
332 hampers of beans, which dry county gav'e J. M. Lee of Avon the necessary punch to bring the
Kelly of Clewiston, Kelly establisheda vote and Felda by 17. The total gave
shipped to Raiford for canning: Park 388 votes, Ernest Araos 281/game home. "
heavy lead in his home district by Stallings 495 and Royer 426.
Captain Fancher said that with laud' Van C. Swearingen !95) The votein Cracker McLendon poled
i a long
polling 286 of the 413 votes cast, StalllnKB 210 37 118 56 44 j jHojer
the original investment of $12,500 100 38 01 42 05 this race was ,divided by districts)homer to center in the sixth withno

by: the state in the Everglades farm while Mr. Taylor received 87. J. R By a vote of 284 to 117 Ed Butler as follows: one on base, falling short only
the returns are satisfactory. With I Doty, third member' of the race, was returned" to the post of constableof j I '\nLOM' 1)9 32 28 32 .45: :one of tieing the score He shared
I gathered 25 votes in the Clewiston leo 100 2(1 100 24 ,12SwcJirlnKcn
Clewiston district
the harvest the ( ) over
of 277. acres additional precinct. first : 50 7 22 6 10 batting honors with Rush with his
It is expected that the farm in the his opponent J. A. Barrett. Conunissioner Agriculture three safeties'in his four attempts.
I The vote on the collector's race R. F. with 137 votes was I
Everglades will be Luckey
operated without This was the last to bB
Franklin O. King, who is ,opposing game played -
gave a total of 380 to Kelly, 345 to
cost successful in his for
to the state. race
j Nathan Mayo as commissioner of ag- by Breakers before the Inau-
|Taylor, and 196 to Doty, distributed
of district two (East LaBelle) over!
guration the
riculture placed Hendry county in Everglades Leaguethe
..1\ JUNIORS SECOND TEAM ,bv precincts as follows: Walter Gilbert who followed closely
V ';;;", ,WINS FROM MOORE HAVEN i Hot) 25= 30 04 2ft 18 on his heels with 129 votes. his column after Tuesday's election: following Sunday.
; Kelly 2SR 17 49 rt: 15 I when'the tallied Totes showed he
Taylor 87 27 08 :5T: 78 In the commissioners races. DaveG. CLEWISON WINS FROM:
I had carried four of the five -
The second team of the Clewiston Another, of the three. cornered .' Alston of Clewiston was carried): MOORE HAVEN SUNDAYThe
West LaBelle giving a slight
Cane Breakers walked away withMoore laces for major offices will be carried into office with 292 votes to R. B.I ',

Haven Juniorites on the home ,into the second primary with Waldron's: 116. B. ,F. Magill of East i lead King to Mayo. 237 44 3d. 3ft G4 Cane Breakers ushered In, the

: "diamond Friday afternoon by a decisive W. r.... Murray and Hurd L. Reevesto LaBelle having no opposition will Mayo 111' 20 07 :m 27 official ,opening of the new four,club

I score of 27-16. Stud Hare decide which is to be taxassessor.Of represent, that district on the board Conressmnn-at-Lnrge! league Sunday afternoon, winning

and Richard Bestor handled the hurl- the three cornered races in the unless defeated by Watts Hall, who W. D. Bell, Arcadia attorney whois over LaBelle ,on the latters diamondin

Ing duties of the youngsters while county, this was deCidedly'lhe most will face him In the general election' known ,personally: to many of Hen- a hard fought game, 65.

Pete Moltz was assigned the duty closely contested with a difference In November a nominee of the voters made
as dry county a strong race The game was a' thriller from,be-
rifj) holding up the benders behind 1 of only 87 votes between the highest Republican party: In commissioner; here emerging from the campaign! ginning! :to end and: has,.witnessed

plate. and the lowest candidate.- Murrayled district three the present incumbent'j[with. 295 votes! and Lester JCDtJ1gSf ; by a large, djjlegatjon of;fans from_. .

"'- '1'hQ; heavy hitting of the entire the race with 342, followed 'by: Ray C. Hull and Mark Poole v ere I J'lP i..attflr1 'lJ or j1lEi! Everglades both' .town. r, ''f '* 1"b' *

.!lewiston' team w'asthe feature of I Reeves with 295 and third place folgfeite -! forced. into,the second primary. HiSlFsffiinnvnfl !fife b9g! IF !:ni i ;.iecond; .with 1 h c ClWlston,",0<6 runs ta, 8 lifts, .2 errors1"n!

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THE CLEWISTOX NEWS confident that their product wa::: there is to hear about ECONOMY, Columbus received the equivalentof An Englishman last won the Brit-

worth-while. They began to adver. but I'm bettin' you ain't heard nothin $320 for the discovery of America. ish open golf crown nine years ago,
Published Friday In Glewiston,
every tise. yet. But the only thing a lot of these In 1923.
Florida by the NEWS,
Inc. CLEWISjrprT Newspapers and periodicals carried birds will be interested in SAVIN' Brooklyn is the largest boroughof -_

the informative articles on the I after the election will be their face. Greater New York. Its populationis The National women's tennis chain.z" ,

cigarette. over two and a half million, eight pionship has been won by Helen -
Entered as second class matter. Health talks were stressed. The And with the DEFICIT and the hundred thousand more than Man- Wills Moody on seven: occasions.
February I, 1927 at the Post Office Soldier's Bonus and the U., S. Treas- hattan.
cigarette not The
was deadly. cig-
at Clewlston' Florida, under the Act arette was not dangerous. The cig- ury quid everything elst to wipe out, The worlds series of 1926 provedthe

of March 3, 1897. arette was not degrading. News- It might be a darn good, idea for I Columbia University, with an enrollment most. lucrative of all times._ The
Congress to consider puttin' at least series 'was between the Cards and
A newspaper devoted to the best paper advertisements throughout the of almost 40,000, is the
ONE dollar in the National Museum,
Interests of Hendry County Florida nation stressed these points. I largest in the United States, New Yankees. The National leaguers
before the darn things actually be-
Its leading newspaper. The public began to sit up and take come extinct. York University is second, and Cal-
notice. Cigarettes might amount to ifornia is thiid.Windsor .
That'll probably be the only place Lake Erie is the smallest of the
Subscription rate: year$2.00 something after all, they reasoned. i' ----
our children will ever have fiance five Great Lakes.
Outside of State of Florida .___.$2.50 More and more they became con- to see one. Ontario, Is the most I
vinced that the short smoke had 'I southern point of Canada. It maybe
Then they could put a nice pretty
Advertising rates furnished on ap.plication' been maligned.The TAX RECEIPT along side of ic and reached in less than five minutes

cigarette companies were not when the ruins are dug up a few hun- from Detroit.
satisfied as their orders increased.:
dred years from now, itwouldn't be
:Business office Clewiston News, They didn't quit advertising. Instead so hard for te Archaeologists to Only 32 states have one or more

Clewlston Florida. Editorial and they increased their advertising spaceas figure out w:, 1 it was all about cities with a population of more ,
the volume of business grew. ZMANYTHANKS:
Advertising, same. than 100,000.
To make a long story short, to- I
And durin' the INTERMISSION, if I
Telephone 339 day the cigarette is the one best sell- you'd like to enjoy a little CLEAN Laval University, located at Que-

---- -- er of America. In addition, it is sport for a change you ought to rundown bec, is Canada's largest. It has an -
the most widely advertised productin .
to Sarasota where they're pullin' enrollment of six thousand .
We must either all strive
together America. Furthermore It is the "
off a at'nal Tarpon Tournament -
or we shall surely starve together. accepted companion of many of the
best people. It has gained immeas- If '70" like sure-enough excitement The Junction of" Utah, Colorado,
you ,'.'?nt to trp pickin' a
The eyes of the United States are urably in prestige and caste and its Arizona and New Mexico Is ,the only givenme
For the splendid support
quarrel with a healthy Tarpon and states'meet.
on the Everglades, watching the developments competitors the pipe and the cigar point where four .
r get a r.'NP on some REEL fun. In the first primary I wish to
being made here. have suffered correspondingly.
The:''re cf'r'n; some real prizes,
Nothing, save advertising, plentiful The largest collegiate stadium be- express my sincere appreciation.
but the
bigs: st prize of all is the
NO CAUSE TO CROW NOR CRY advertising, consistent advertising longs to the University of California.
'ou get when one ofthose
and attractve advertising is re It is located at Berkley and seats I county
naming as
BUG BOYS bends your rod speedsoff In me jour
As the final returns of the elec- sponsible. 90,000.
with the hook in his jaws and Judge in the first primary you have
tion were made there is little doubt There is a lesson there for who- .
then goes Into the air like a sky- and .
that many candidates are dissapoint- ever will read. The cigarette sales Gar Wood has piloted his speedboats paid me a high compliment,
rocket. And does that take yourmindoff
ed at the number of votes they received n the United States today surpassin to first place in the Harms- one of which I shall strive to be r
the darn old depression-I'll say
and at the same time there volume all previous times. And it does. worth trophy race six' times. worthy.

are others who are probably agree- the cigarette manufacturers still ---

ably surprised with the outcome of place their faith in newspaper adver-i I A politician is a gentleman who Only five fights have drawn a Gratefully yours,

Tuesday's election. Some who gain- ising. It is a good thing to: think guesses which way the ,crowd wantsto gate of over a million dollars. Jack

ed more votes than they had counted about-for those who bemoan th go and then shouts his leadership; Dempsey has been one of the prin-

in the pre-election campaign. trend of business and in. that direction; a statesman is cipals in all of them. The only H. A. RIDERCOUNTY

It. is not a time to crow nor cry. Key West Citizen. commerce"---I 01!e who maps out a route of pro- battle to gross over two million was ,

It is the time for the voters to' get gress and hues to the line gaining; Dempsey's second meeting with Tun- !

behind the men just elected' and cast Falsehoods and errors fill the support:; as he goes. ney. i JUDGE

aside all bitterness that might have headlines while sad to say, too :ouch I

arisen from personal differences of truth and sound facts is often 'juried! I I QUEERITIESThe Chasteen Harris, of Memphis, will

opinion on a few races. After all, in small items. This is not a fault defend his Southern Amateur golf

each man has his right to an opinion, 'of newspapers for their guide to most destructive flood of history -i title in Birmingham this month.

and If his candidates win, there Is news prominence is not what ought occurred in- 1887 when the Ho- Bobby Jones held this same title

no. cause for a loud outburst of riot- to be but what the public is interested ang-Ho river overflowed to kill from three years. ------

dates ous applause lose, it; is and no should disgrace.his candi-Thereis in. two to seven million Chinese. I!............-...-...-...- .. .-...e-, -...-...-....-"-'.-..-. -..--...-..--..-....-..,......-.......'........a. ........_.-. .a....-..a............._._.H.U.....-'.--_-.._-.._-_..__.._-_-.._-_-..__.."'..'''''.'.

no disgrace attached to voting fora Every paper is probably criticisedfor Italy has experienced 27,000 earth ..!i.. .r eae i

losing candidate. Each has his giving so much prominence to shocks in the past half centry. i

qualifications, each "is on trial before politics at this season of the year ..
but it is the most discussed subject ..
the public each has his faults, none Two hundred ships have foundered .. i
Is perfect; therefore, regardless of therefore the most interest to the off Sable Island, near New Found- .z.
the outcome of the election do not greatest number of readers. lo.
land. This island, with its treacherous -
crow nor cry.Knowledge bars, is on the sea route be- t

--- I tween New York and England. W. L. Murray

is one thing,. but four-; i I.

age of leadership Is another. Late Radium is extracted from a formof ,

oo "pitch blend", which is composed ;_; WISHES TO THANK THE VOTERS OF Xx

WHAT'S, IT ALL ABOUT? fi largely or uranium oxide- :;: HENDRY: COUNTY FOR THEIR HEARTY -
:; C(9o '
From all parts of America, thous- The physical nature of vitaminesis
ands of World War veterans, jobless, n. RUSSELL KAY still a mystery._ ::
are advancing ;
on Washington to force Secrete Florida Pnm Auocutfcn

Congress to come to their aid. On ., _.' -. Two metals, sodium and potassium :: }
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one hand they are condemned as will burst into flames if immersed .t. fi 'r ,- yr:'jy -, '
panhandlers, beggars and on the And now lot c: '" A.f- ," : ,. I'.. ,,
a of poor saps that in water. e $ I.... .' 1. : :, i.
other praised, with Congress and the I was so bold and cireless as to throw .:. '-:" <, .;.

administration blamed for neglect-. their hats in ,the r L.g awhile back Children cry, but do not actually .. .?.

Ing America's War Heroes. I are findin' that ihe :beamed thing shed tears until they are at least :'ii: :::

The veterans, piloted. by powerful I had their shirt attached to it. three months old. 1 i' He Solicits Your .. .;.
organizations, base their Maim on Well, the day after may have been y

this: .' Wednesday the 8th to you and me, Icebergs are always composed of :i: Continued Support :
In 1924) an act was pas:,3d, giving out it was National HEADACHE day fresh water ice.

every veteran who served more than fora lot ot folks. And thegentleman t on June 28th :::
60 days, a bonus figured at the rate
you see standing over there
Ordinary ,sea water is only about f
of $1.00 a' day for home service and smilin and rub bin' his hands is Mr. three t .
percent ;t; A
$1.25 a day for overseas service. ASPIRIN, the guy that REALLYwon ,: .:.
This bonus was issued in certificate the election. ,; f
form Lincoln has been a favorite subject j, .
maturing in 1945. Y
And if you think the unemployment
Last for biographers. Over 1500 's ,V. L. MURRAY ::
year the veterans: were per- problem was a PAIN last week ,just : (FRIENDS OF )
mitted to "borrow" ', t- :': works have been written about his c
p : p-rcent look at it NOW and weep. A
of their bonus ]life and career. _, Af
on an average of $500to And if you want to know who'sas
be paid back at 4 and 1-2 it +
perccn much to blame as anyone for the ;,
The first brick house built in x xf
Interest. Few have paid that, as vay the danged election turned out ..
might be United States was occupied by
expected. it's that th'/ .
the /
on that's
The commo'i'} i at present is to ob- in' all the guy ravin' and corner snortin' about do- ]lie m Penu. x.........; .....L........_....,-t-A.... -.._.'"..'. )

tain the remair'ng 50 percent twelv the RESULTS. He stood back and = --=- -- --= .

years in advance This was obviously et a few REAL citizens go to the

brought about by the existing depressed POLLS and make their XMARKSvhile rr '1IiIii! lli IIIlilljJUi'1]! IUlJlml'4U11Jim=\"''llllllllllJJ"l! _\\ llWilll:[ ::2i>.!IJIUllIIP.It'IlIIU"JjiJf!! !: ':! !! .

conditions. he sat around and passed out I
The borrowed remainder of REMARKS.But .

these certificates amounts to sligl' don't cry even if you did have I .

ly more th-n two and ,one third >:% your money on the wrong horse, :I

lion dollan This sum represents you'll have another guess coming in "..
most 60 percent of the annual another week or so and if there's :
a"1 :
ment.come of the United States nobody runnin' that you feel likevotin' : ; APPRECIATION -f": :

for, why maybe you can havea H '
That something must be done is good time votin' against 'em. ; 1' > ;::<:
obvious!:, but what-that's a proble". .
Now if we could just go back to .
of first riar-iitude for Congress to WORK and try to forget it, every- {:" ,;: :

solve. thing would be fine, but no, we ,
gotta wait around for the second .t -

- F.VPTrldE's farmers may vote dry primary and the general election, '@ 1',. I WISH' TO PUBLICLY EXPRESS MY APPRECIATION 't:

but !t"?;' hope wet-when it come but then most of us are getting 4 FOR TIlE SPLENDID SUP. '

to rainy l''. hardened to it and maybe we'll sur- i ..f t POUT GIVEN ME IN THE FIRST PRIMARY

,.. ,
CIGARETTES AND AJ\'EfiTISIXGj You've still got a couple of weeksor
VALUES so to make up your so-called mind

before the gong rings for the next Ik .
I -- -
Consider the cigarette! round and if there Is any doubt in

Then consider the value of advertising your Intellect as to the particular .,-' '
qualifications of ANY candidate just '

Twenty years ago cigarette smok- step around to the headquarters of "' ,

ing was a surreptious practice at his opponent and they'll SATISFYyou

the best. as to just incompetent, noacI I I

The "coffin nail" was hardly res- count and allaround'lousy the gen- C. "Bill" HOOKERCANDIDATE

pectable. __. tleman really is. When they get
Cigars or a pipe was a sign of through TELLIN' you the only thing I r
manhood. you won't be able to understand is I
The cigarette smoker was considered "'YHYIN'T THE BIG BUM IN :Y HENDRY COUNTYPAGE

T "fiend" or a "dude." JAIL?" :
Anr" as for smoking them regularly And the Theme Song for the Second "I

nice :people didn't discuss such a II Act Ladies and Gentlemen will I -

thing. i be the same as it was for the fust.Maybe LJ"i

But the cigarette companies were i!! you THINK you've heard all Jr. Ti1iTIiTlT 1If WIIIIIIUIII i' : I t '.





fed since they were there. Another
r 1 group Includes city people who have< r

t Personal Mention I Pam's Patter Loa By LANE I never known life in the country. New Vegetable Recipes for Old
They will need even more expert
: ..... guidance. The third class i
+ getting L Help Revive Spring Appetites
'\\v back to the land includes farmers
Clyde Maddox spent Tuesday ii n'
who have had. their farms rented I II
Clewiston on business.C. .
and are coming back to operate them I
and in the fourth class are those ,
S. Woodham of Canal Point,
1W\ with some capital who realize that *
spent Sunday in Clewiston. 1 present low farm values make farm i

I investments more inviting than any] _
.7 E. V. McClelland spent Friday: other form of investment at the present -I
night. in Lake Placid' with his per time. I
ents. I "How long will the pendulum

point to the country? we are asked I .. :.
C. L. Downs and Fred Puryear I Perhaps five years, perhaps more:i
spent the week end in Fort Myers ,perhaps less. At any rate the situ-
on business. jation i calls for more instad of fewer I

trained leaders in agriculture and ?
John Bolton of Belle Glade, was home economics in the country." try

a visitor in Clewiston Thursday: af- I

ternoon. Three different companies operate I
tians-continental air lines for pass-I
C Dave G. Alston spent Wednesday in 'enger service in this country today. 4w.
; LaBelle attending a meeting of the

r; school board., Gainesville-Cary D. Landis de-

f livered the Commencement address:
J. R. Alston, George Augur ands as 250 seniors were graduated Mon-I .: C'v'is'y, : : ,:.te}w 19r i:: art t:{," tx:4.yYr:;{::'. tiya
, Parker Wilson were visitors in La- day from the University of Florida. : u pZ'dyC yikat3' :fti.a. S:'{ rxt sy

.' Belle Sunday. Besides Landis, who is attorney I
general of Florida, other influential By Jane Rogers
' Mrs. F. K. Foster has returned to guests at the University campus this -
; her home In Everglades after a few week include Governor Doyle Carl- SPRING-back again with its restores their garden. flavor, em.
i days spent in Clewiston. "Our domestic science teacher ton and members of the State Boardof d listlessness Its phasizes their own distinctive taste,
says a dash of sugar and salt used Control. Interest In seed catalogues, ItS longing and also adds real energy food
, Miss Louise Waldron and A, W. ,as a seasoner will make almost any The 1932 graduating class is one to escape from the daily routine value to the dish.
and By off on some magic to
Sias were attending the theatre in ,old vegetable taste young. carpet
of the largest in the history of the
'. new strange places, and above Carrot Loaf
,Q Moore Haven Saturday evening. school.It all its boredom with the same old
:t the same conditions except that the dishes that have been appearing on Scrape, carrots and boil in
Miss Jeanette Morgan, Harry Pet- hours of daylight were different. costs from 20 to 25 million dol- the table, for months. Of course slightly sweetened water, till ten-
ers and Dr. J. W. Ezelle were visitors The soil was mixed and then divided lars to build a front line battleship. we can't all migrate,*but a change der. Mash, and toua pint of the
of cullnaVy scene will do wonders pulp add two
in Moore Haven Saturday night. well-beaten eggs a,
" between the three plots. Each po- From three to four years is requiredto
iri perking up thE appetite and the half teaspoonful of saM a quarter
tato planted was cut in three parts complete one of the mamoth ves- spirits, too.Carrots .
teaspoonful of pepper two tablespoons

and Dave G. Alston and
C Mr. Mrs.
and one part planted in each plot. sels. are old winter stand-bys, of and
-' sugar a quarter;cup
, daughter, Martha Nell, attended the All were fertilized, watered, and bat try them in this new carrot ful of cream. Pour into a well-but
i. theatre in ,Pahokee Sunday after- otherwise handled the same. The Miami-As long as General Al-I loaf, surrounded with peas or cov- tered mold stand this in a pan of
noon. hours of light were controlled by an: berto Herrera, Cuban chief of staff ered with white sauce and you will hot water, and bake In a Moderate
# automatic device which rolled a shed: scarcely recognize them. Notice the oven until firm. Turn out ori'-a hot
J Miss Marion Harmon, who was a and representative of President Mac- sugarwhich is called for In the platter and
surround with
f. teacher In the Clewiston school, left over all three plots at sundown, turn-! hado, is in Florida attending the en-I recipe. As with moat vegetables It serve with white U1ICIe.I peas or
r Saturday for her home in McCormick I I ed on electric lights, and then cut I campment of the United Spanish
f S. C. them off on each plot at the proper War veterans, he will be surrounded'
I time. I I by a, special body guard of Dade and:I

', Mr. and Mrs. H. Rich left yesterday The 148 tubers on the while main those plot aver from I I Broward county deputies. ................................................................................;..........................."..........:....................................................:...."'......:.......(
; for Jacksonville where they will aged grams, !I Herrera was brought to Florida :} p?
< spend a two week's vacation visiting the other two- plots weighed about; early in the week aboard a Cuban y y :_:
relatives. 130 grams each. The plot under'gunboat for the Annual state en- ._. s
vines, set the tubers on longer stol campment at Hollywood and Fort / Y

Mrs. E. L. Stewart, Mrs. J., A. Mc- ons, and produced rounder potatoes,I Lauderdale. y
"; which is typical of potatoes grownin i
\ Gehee, Mrs. L. L. Spicer and Miss .:. bi
;, Dorothy Moorman spent }"esterday'in Maine. The Cuban and Florida Seventeen swimmers have conquered :: To the Voters iii :: ': :
set the about three weeks i .; ; : : i
: West Palm ,Beach.R. crops the tempestuous English Channel. .. } ;; <, ,
earlier. The Maine plot was more Seven of these have been women. :;:: of Hendry County: '
resistant to bacterial wilt which attacked : : ,
L. Saxon and Keathley Bowdenof i
,', t
_' '
Moore Haven, were among out all three plots. The damageon Memphis-Nearly: 500 Texas and fI; ,; ;- '" L
, of town guests playing on the Clew- the Maine plot was recorded at Oklahoma ex-service men, enroute :
= iston golf course Sunday. 5 percent that' on the 'Florida plot I I for Washington, are still stranded .
at 10 percent, and damage on the here, unable to obtain transportation. -
,! Cuban at 21 percent. :: Your vote of confidence in the t
1-;:: Charles E. Forbes and W. H. Willet plot I I The Oklahomans attempted to j I given me
visitors here' This experiment shows, unmistak- take possession of a Southern rail-
' of Belle Glade were =: election is
; Tuesday greatly appreciated.
44 Sunday where they came, to play golfon ably, that the variety of potatoes' way freight train but failed. .:.
Clewiston tested preferred light conditions similar .. .y.
the course.
. to those found in Maine, whereit Idaho has the smallest percntageof *; To me it means your stamp of approval :=L
< J. A. Plunkett left Monday morn- was originated, and that thereis Jewish population, while New :
; ing for Tampa where he will visita room for much :work along the York is far in the lead. =;: for the best efforts I have put forth for the =:'

few days with relatives before go- line of breeding and selecting vanities :;: *
of vegetables that are adapted Boston-The Boston American county. I shall continue to serve you to the best
ing to Panama City. I .s. Y
to Florida climatic conditions, ex- League representatives continue to
It 1\11.| Victor Blate-left Wednesday for plained 1R.. Ensign, truck horticulturist set a new low in this circuit. They I 1 of my ability during the coming tenn.I .

"' Sarasota and Bradenton where he in charge of the experi-!I have so far been unable to boost

s will visit for several days before re- ment. I t their total, of games won into two I I I :: Thank ;
turning to Clewiston. The soil is being sterilized and I II figures, and the percentage mark i YOIl. i i

the plots will be planted to peppers hoovers slightly under .200. I .. .
to other vegetable : ; .f
Mr. and Mrs. K. Foster, Troy immediately and I
Puryear. A. L. Hackett, Miss Bonceil crops later on. The Hall of Fame, located at the I :;: :J. :.::. '. William T. Hull t
-' Stone, Casey Jones were among the I University of New York, contains I .;. :: \ : .
Clewiston residents in Pahokee Sun- TRAINED DEMONSTRATORSAND I the busts of 6! individuals. ::: -' ',,' Clerk Circuit Court. f
day afternoon. TEACHERS NEEDED .;. '" ...' : .
TO ORIENT NEW FARMERS I Chattanooga-The closest, race for i, .s'S '

Miss Jeanette Morgan left for her i first place the old Southern y
I t
home in Slocomb Ala., Thursday af- By Spuds Johnson ciation has seen in many a ASso-l y
ter having taught in the Clewiston County agricultural and home dem- still raging between Memphis y.t. :
onstration agents and teachers of vo-I The two teams have
school the past term. cational agriculture have been proving not Chatanooga.been more than a game and a aJ2_.N:N:N.N..N..N.N.H.......N..M......I..N N...O..N.N..N..1...N..N..N..N N.N.N..N.'"N.N..N..N.N....N.N.....N.N N. .N.N.N."..: !-. .-04 o '

Rev. J. P. Rodgers of Pahokee, their worth in the country for half apart in several weeks. The
more than 15 years. 'Tis true that Lookouts are expected to boost their
and their guest, Mrs. S. Rodgers
Js of Miami, were visitors here Friday. there were in former days those of average this week with a four game -
The Reverend Rodgers delivered the us who were inclined to scorn their series with eighth place Knoxville, r ""II

commencement address for the helpful suggestions, but, "Them days while Memphis',takes on the 'stronger. I
Clewiston Junior High 'School. are gone forever" and most of us New Orleans outfit.
are using our agents to give us actual -
t Mr. and Mrs T. V. Watson left help which is quite timely. Pensions are still being paid to 1
Clewiston Saturday morning for Tal- And now comes another and more eight widows of soldiers who 'fought I I

ladega, Ala. where Mrs. Watson will pressing Job for the agentsnotquite in the war of 1812. I Deepest" 4 :
spend the summer. Mr. Watson as pressing in Florida, perhaps, I
will leave Alabama in a few days: as in other parts of the United States! New York-Developments in the I I .
for Mississippi where he will go to I but an important job, nevertheless.The .. Lindbergh case have been few and Appreciation
I buy vegetables for his company. Florida agents have been througha i far between for the past week. Prac-
similar experience during boom tically all clues have proved fruitless
. I Miss Pansy Carter, Miss Grace Eth- :days, when new settlers were coming!although there has been no cessa- The majorityote given me in the recent

credge of Richland, Ga., and Mrs. I rapidly to the state. Says the Ag-I ation of the hopeless appearing Primary affords' me the greatest ,pleasure,
M. L. McGee, of Sebring, were vis- ricultural Leaders Digest: I search. and with the realization that I am YOUR
itors in Clewiston over the latter "County extension agents and instructors Salvatore Spitale, one of the earl 1 Representative, I will return to Tallahassee
of the week. left Satur- in vocational agriculturaland ier, meditators, is held charged with .
t I. part I I and continue to do everything,: in my power
day morning for Richland, Georgia, home economics will be welcome I illegal possession of weapons. It is I while fighting for Hendry C01U1t .. 0
accompanied by Miss Mae Drew, angels of aid to the army of men and:believed' his arrest was brought about
I. Jamye Williams and Elizabeth West. women who with their families are Ito make possible his questioning in I I In matters of legislation, I repeat, I am
t moving back from city to country.The .!regard to the Lindbergh affair. He jour Representative and when I can be of
LENGTH OF DAY IS IMPORTANT great trek has begun. I was picked up, with five others, in assistance to any of you, do not hesitate to
t FACTOR IN TRUCK GROWING "The federal department of agri-I la raid on a night club here.MilwaukeeNominated .
h call on me. If it Is for the best interest of
culture senses the problems involvedin
: L Gainesville, Fla.---Length of day is the change and is preparing to o by a vote Hendry County you ,will find me a staunch
I an important factor in the growing of meet the new emergency. A nat- of 252 to 1, Norman Thomas is again supporter.
vegetable crops tests now In progress ional advisory and legislative com- Socialist candidate for President.
at the Florida Experiment Station mittee on land use has been appointed Thomas will begin his campaign Im- With deepest appreciation,

; show. and has held some meetings mediately.He .
;1 Spaulding Rose potatoes grown 'under "This committee finds that there polled only 250,000 votes in
r a period of daylight corresponding arc four groups finding their way 1928, but is thought to have gained Elbert L. Stewart
: to that In Maine have just been back to the farm. In the first group some ground since then. His plat-
l harvested and yielded at the rate of: are those who formerly lived on the form is not at all anarchistic and REPRESENTATIVE
lf.3.5 bushels per acre, compared farm and who. having been caughtin has elicited considerable favorable
t t" with 122.4 buslcls.from a plot under the squeeze of chloroformed indus- comment in many sections.He .
f Florida daylight periods, and 102 try in the cities, are now back on a advocates repeal of the 'eight
f bushels from one grown under Cuban few rented acres. They will need eenth amendment. and an immediate l J
length .of day. the help of the extension and voca- appropriation of five billion dollars -
, This three.plots were grown under tional agents for farming has chang, for unemployment relief.



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hands of the President Is listed by'"payless furlough" was substitutedfor .:..:..:.:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:*:..:.:..-...:-:.
QUEERITIES Owen D Young as a possible methodof the flat 10 percent reduction pro-

SHOLTZ IN SECOND PLACE ,- --- combating the present financial po;'d. '" C. E. STEBELDealer

Washington-For the past three depression. I Senate leaders were unable to give in .
(Continued from page one) years marriages have been on the Young claimed, in an address to I an accurate estimate of the amount
General Electric Refrigerators
The other votes were scattered as decrease, statistics here show. There the Notre Dame graduating class, of savings the bill would provide.)(

follows: Alsop 67, Asher Frank were 1,232,550. 1929, 1,128,280In that centralized authority might The figure was placed generally at Electrochef StovesRadios

108 and W. J. Sears 90. 1930, and only 1,028,276 in 1931.A make possible a co-ordination of resources between $145,000,000 and $150,000000. -

Congressman, Fir DistrictJ. slight increase- in predicted for which would<<: hasten business I Treasury officials, however, and Supplies

1932. recovery. were not worried about the failure Radio Repairing
HardIn Peterson, Lakeland at- I
of the senate to vote the full $238-
torney, who made numerous trips Pahokec FloridaFARM
Cleveland-An electric motor, so ChicagoTheChicago ;000,000 they had asked.

Into Hendry county during his cam- small it will fit into a thimble, but will be the busiest place in the world i|' One official said the remainder of '.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-'..
vote' here
paign was accorded a high this month. The great arena is at
powerful enough to pull a one pound the money could be saved in shaving
Herbert J. Drane, present rep-
over present In the throes of being prepared -
weight, has been built by John La- I' several
down of the large appropriation
resentative. Peterson 373, Drane Republican
for the Democratic and -
kota Cleveland watchmaker.The
bills which the senate must
243 and Sumter L. Lowry 115.
national conventions, both of
motor stands three-eights of ;!i yet act upon. II was also pointed
Railroad CommissionerOlden which will be held there during the!' ) I
inch, and weighs just one eighthof
an I lout that the money loaned to indus-i!
month.A .
nosed out
A. Byrd barely
an ounce.
'I try and railroads by the Reconstruction -
R. Hudson Burr for first place for flood of Republican delegates, Finance Corporation which will
In this is will descend on the stadium In less
railroad commissioner coun- Rio de Janerio, Brazil-Japan I aid in balancing the budget.
133 Burr 122, with Les- South than two weirfn officially choose,I
ty. Byrd colonizing Brazil and other : -- -

ter Wells the next nearest contender American countries as rapidly as o e-r"s thr'r candidate.About i TREASURY PREPARES FOR

with 95 votes. The complete county ships can convey emigrants here, it the :'ino the debris Is clear- : LANDLEASES
returns give Davis 88, Dougless 67 is reported. No reason for the un- ed up the Democrats will conveneto .

Newborn 72, and Redding 13., precendented influx of Orientals is select one of a dozen or two piosptcts. -
Four billion new three-cent post- ; "
For delegates to the national dem- assigned. 1
__ age stamps are being printed by the
ocratic convention for the state at
large four men and four women were Tonopah, Nev.-Skeletons of men New ;1 ->rkThe New York stock I government printing office in anticipation -

accorded a heavy vote here. These nine feet tall, a large amount of exchange cxr
had been ratified by a group of citi- pottery, and many other relics were upheavaH du'ins the past week, but age to go into effect July ,

zens signing their literature "Friendsof reported to have been discovered in finally closed with an average three dispatch from Washington reporst- I r ... 11

Franklin D. Roosevelt," the liter- the sands of a dry lake here. points higher after the week's trad- I

ature advocating their election since Traces of ancient culture which ing.The Second PrimaryThe Lake Highway

they had declared themselves as fav- were badly worn by sand and the average' hit a new low in the stage is being set for the sec- Frontage
elements also found. middle of the week but rallied sharply -
oring the New York governor for the were ond primary to be held June 28th
Those carrying the coun- with favorable news from Wash
presidency. by local politicians. Three cornered
AtlantaEnterpri automobile ington. Back Lands for 0
Val C. Cleary 406. Bryan
ty were races for county offices being sheriff,
Mack 405, D. F. C. Robertson 374, dealers here are now allowing pros- tax collector, tax assessor, county fall panting Sve

and Jim Whitehurst 458. The women pective customers a five day free Detroit-The state of Michigan commissioner from district three, o (
trial in stock. I has filed suit for against
delegates: Mrs. Tommie Bar- on cars $3,000,000 school board member from districtone
This plan has brought about a con- the Standard Oil of In
field 228, Mrs. Herman Dann 157, l and the state wide offices.
Mamie Sparkman Hart 78 and Mrs. siderable increase in sales, they report diana.
William L. Wilson 211. and will probably be continued. -I The state's action is designed to Thursday morning nodefinite information ;
[ could be had as to the JimBeardsley
recover alleged delinquent taxes-
For delegates from the first congressional leading candidates for governor and.
Standard Oil
obtained federal injunction -
district E. Clay Lewis 402, comptroller, the state races receiving S
Jacksonville-An elaborate "dry" to prevent the immediate
and F. S. Hudnall 305 carried the primary attention in this county. ,
parade and demonstration stag"d closing of its 1500 stations in the
county. The next nearest contenderin
here last week proved to be as ',;et state.
this James B. Dodge
county was
as could be desired by the most ardent Two hundred ships have founderedoff
with 67 votes.
anti-Prohbiitionist. FLORIDA FARMERS GET Sable Island, near New Found- Phone 366
For National Committeman, JohnS. land. This island, with its treacherous -
The dry marchers were greeted $267,643 IN CROP LOANS.
Taylor of Largo, received 254 with a torrental downpour that i bars, is on the sea route be-

votes, with John B. Sutton, Tampa broke all local records, and several Gainesville, .-Florida farmers tween New York and England. .

lawyer taking second place with 111 inches of rain drenched the affair, borrowed $267,643 from the 1932

votes. giving it decidedly "wet" appear- crop production loan fund maintained -

ance. The demonstration' was an by the federal government, according i

answer to a wet parade held on an to figures received by the'! NEW Low PRICES!

unusually dry day recently.: Agriculture Extension Service here.

The loans went to 53 counties and I
Indianapolis-George R. Dale, may- to 2.943 farmers, an average of $90

of Muncie, Ind., today faces an 18 per farm. The loans were distributed -I r .

I i months sentence_ Leavenworth pen- over the state, as no county received !

VITA tentiary and payment of a $1,000 l over $20,000, and only three!

for fine for violation of liquor Jaw [received over $15,000. i iI 1

Other high officials of Muncie I Much Credit is due the county!

were similarily sentenced. All will agents and others on the county loan rvi
repeal. committees for assisting the farmers
Millions know the superior ML! ty of
YoutH and Vigor in getting the applications properly ,
has the All-Weather TrNdbla reason ..- "
Washington-Muiriage always
filled out H. G. who
Clayton, rep- people ride on GoodearTires
Men, women and children find been a problem f':1' students at Ann- why more 4
resented the Extension Service at kind.
KELP-O-VITA a safe nnd efficient than on any other
treatment for debility, apolis and Wcct; Point. Expulsionhas the Crop Loan Office in Washington.

loss of vital powers nnd glandular been the p.m.ty. : for getting mar- Latest 1932 Lifetime Guaranteed
impairment.! YOU CAY BE
SIXTY. QUIT DYING BErOHE The Navy r r,irtment: has gone a BILL IS I' PASSED BY SENATE TiresTUNE
YOUR TI5IE. KEW-O-VITA I* slop farther i 0 :, however and decreed SupertrrUt Cord
a mineralized vegetable,
and pleasant to take, not habit-easy that no Liic"shipman 'can marry Upper House Approved Hoover's
forming. RICH In Vitamlncs and until he has spent at least two years Plan for "Pa 'less Furlough"AS
Organic Salt*. KELl'-O-VITA: Is
a REVITALIZER, n REHAB1LITATOR. ,- in active, service. Economy :Move.:

INVIGORATOR nnd a RECON I thdeterm- The Senate passed the omnibus IN-Goodyear .
Washington date -. >
STRUCTIVE. INCREASES VI- economy bill Wednesday, which is Radio Program ':,
TALITY and Kite IOE"1)1 I fined move for national prohibition
and VIGOR. KELP-O-VITA: It a bill designed to serve as a com- Wed.-P.M.
reform stands with the following as
VITALITY, the last w" 1 In u panion bill to the new $1,118,500000 -
modern Acf neIien.l thin adv. ? the last Congressional action taken: .
with your name!, address anti 23c; I! Del,rt, in the Senate ((55-26), of lo wtax in balacing the federal i TRUCK TIREBARGAINS
In stamps or coin for ene ireek'a budget.
ample treatment. Address lielp-: i Senator Bingham's bill to legalize !
O-Vlta Laboratories', 1046 Venice 1 12 and 3-4 beer, with a 2c pint tax. Shortly before the vote,the senate I .
Blvd., Los Angeles, Calif., Dept. passed the president's proposed en-
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Indianapolis-More power in the forced "payless furlough" plan as asubstitute .
32\G-$26.:>O; 32x6.00-$14.:>O
for 10 percent
Other sizes low priced. Less in pairs
-- reduction in salaries of all govern-

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more than to save$1,000.$37,000,000.The move is estimated SUfiARlAND SERVICE STATIONPHONE

Tuesday the senate rejected a pro-

vision which would reduced vet-
erans' benefits $48,000.000 and Wednesday )

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