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 17, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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Flag day exercises were held at
Chalking up a total of 14 errors, For Election BoardsThe the regular meeting of the Clewiston
a season's record, the Cane Breakers post of the American Legion here
l went down In defeat before the on- ,
when the
Tuesday night
question of how much to post presented -
EFFECT JUNE 21 slaught of Pahokee Thursday after- inspectors and clerks for the pri-pay I the American flag and troup flags FOR GRADED ROAD

noon on the local diamond by a mary elections was the much debated to the Clewiston troup of the Boy,I

score of 8-4. question at the monthly meeting of I Scouts. J. E. Beardsley made a:I -

TIRES, GASOLINE AND LUXURIES The game was not a league affair the county commissioners in session short presentation speech for the r WOULD BUILD ROAD FROM: MUSE

BEAR PART OF FEDERAL and did not count against the CaneBreakers' in LaBelle)) Tuesday. It was _decidedto iLegion as he gave the flags to Edwin I I i TO FORT DENAUD WITH

GOVERNMENT: COST perfect record. pay the members of the election I Ward, who accepted them vith:I I BORROWED MACHINERY
Phaokee got to an early :
away thanks in behalf of the local
boards at the rate of two dollars a I troup.
start in their scoring, gaining five
New internal revenue taxes, recently day, with the definition of a day beingset Following the presentation, young
runs in the first inning on two solid I Possibility a new graded county
.imposed by congress. will go into as eight hours. The question was Jimmy Beardsley gave a short discussion road from the Muse settlement In
I hits and a flocck of errors. '
effect with the beginning of business settled by a close vote of the commissioners on the proper display of the Glades
to Ft. Denaud in this
I William Hooks hurled a nice couney
game'I flag for various occasions.
June 21, next Tuesday. Pur-4 3-2.
county was made known Tuesday
for the locals but the visitors moved
chasers of toilet preparations, candy, The rate of pay had not been set
when Homer G. Hand, commissioner-
too far in advance in the first inning
chewing gum,. radios, mechanical re-I until after the June 7th election and elect of Glades be-
county appeared
to be overtaken.
frlge'rators: and .other luxuries will I was brought to a vote when bills for TO VOTE ON BOND) j fore the Hendry county commissioners -

paa: percentage to the federal gov II varying amounts were presented by to seek cooperation of the Hendry

ernment. A tax of two cents will the five precinct boards. I board in such
i be imposed on every check or draft I I The outcome of the commissioners I tween the two towns.

,written, added tax of one cent on I I decision was six dollars pay to each
In his discussion of the project
gasoline, tax on telegraph, telephone member of the election boards of
DISTRIBUTION An election is to be held in Clew- Mr. Hand stated that much grading
and cable'messages of certain costs West LaBelle and Clewiston, and four 1
iston July ,,,19th for the, purpose of had already been done on the Glades
and other taxes will be imposed.The dollars to members of the boardsfrom I
I I Clewiston. I authorizing the Issuance of $15,000 county part of the road and that he
: Increase in postage rate will Residents of district Felda, Ft. Denaud and East' La- in school district improvement_ bonds had agreed to furnish equipment to
will into effect July 6 and is given Belle. Statements from the
go I who are in need of assistance, may com for the recently created district 7, build the short stretch of road with
In detail in another column of ; missioners brought forth the information
I procure a part of the supply of flour an announcement from the Hendry out expense to either county. The
. this paper. that the West LaBelle board
sent into Hendry couunty by the county school board says counties being requested to furnish
f The two cent tax on each check: served continuously from 8
a. m.
{,I national chapter of the AmericanRed A petition signed by 25 per cent only labor and fuel for the work.
, or draft will be collected by the until the votes were counted at 5
Cross, by making application to lof
the landowners in the
territory The part of the road in
who will charge that amounutj..Mrs. Nellie Moltz. Hopkins building; a. m. the following morning. The
1 to the customer's account. Other board for district one (Clewiston) comprising district was presented county will be approximately one
Mrs. J. A. McGhee, Standard Oil dis-
f to the school board
taxes will be collected by the selling tributor's office, or Elbert L. Stewart completed its count at 7 o'clock Wednesday Wednesday, and one-fourth miles.
.' agent. morning. The other three and upon of Commissioner The road has been promised to the
., I! at the First Bank of Clewiston, Alston Clewiston
A summary of the various charges:!it was made known this week by Mrs. I precincts had completed their count tion member, the else- residents of the section to be served

to be collected is given: Moltz before midnight.On was unanimously called. The for a number of years, Mr. Hand said,
who is chairman of the Clew-
funds derived from
I the sale of
Tires. 2 and a' half cent these and by the cooperation of
'.' a pound i| iston Community Chest work here. motion of Commissioner Duna- bonds will construction the two
on total'weight inner tubes 4c be used in counties it could be built at minimum
; per The flour is part of the assignmentmade I way, seconded by Commissioner a -
pound total weight. possible by the cooperation of Crews'' that the rate of pay for the of a new building in Clewiston to cost especially to Hendry, he
Toilet preparations-tooth I house the increasing number of children said, since the route does
paste, the Federal Farm Board and the June 7th and 28th primaries be established
mouth wash. toilet soap, 5 per cent,= Red Cross for distribution throughout at the rate of pay set out attendnig school here each year. not cross any low marshy land and

perfumes, cosmetics, hair oils, dyes,!' the United States. I above, the vote was as follows: For:, A plan is already in progress to has natural drainage to a slough

etc., 10 per cent. i Dunaway and Crews: Against, Kelly make the Clewiston school a fully accredited that borders the road most of the
One car of flour was shipped to senior high school but It
I ,
Furs, 10 per cent. and Hull; to decide the tie Commissioner -
the LaBelle headquarters of the Red will be school wayThe
necessary ,
Jewelry, including watches, clocks, Stewart voted Yes. proposed route being InCom-
Cross, and the. task of distributionwas include home economics and sci-
priced at $3 or more, 10 per cent. t missiouer Crews' district he was requested -
assigned to the CommunityChest ence laboratories in the Clewistonschool
Automobiles, 2 to 3 cent.
per I III for the Clewiston district. The Letter Filed Will | before it can be officially recognized to name Tiewers who are to
'\ Sporting goods, 10 per cent. as report at the next meeting of the
assignment of duty was made by A. by the state department and
Radio receiving sets. 5 cent.I j
per board
for action. J. F. Has-
L. Taylor, LaBelle chairman.The Of (placed on the southern list of ac
Mechanical Mrs.
refrigerators, all types, J. J. O'BrienA kew, Charlie Green and R. C. Skaggs
5 per cent.Firearms. Chest workers here requestall credited schools. Temporary plans,'' were named.

shells and cartridges, 10 who are in need of provisions yet to be definitely settled, call for
per cent. to make applications as soon as pos- letter from Mrs. Marian Newhall the construction of a temporary It was pointed out that the road

Cameras, 10 per cent. sible so that the .definite needs of O'Brien, written when she was; mayor i building in which to place two, or! might make possible an extension ofa

Matches, 2c per thousand matches, this section :may be served in timeto of Moore Haven in 1917 to her brother three of the high school classes, with i postal rural route to the citizens

except paper matches in books which allow the remainder of. the .car 'Thomas Newhall, has been filed i the laboratory equipment being installed ; residing along the route.

!.. ,..are taxed..one-half! of 1 cent per 1000 I to be re-distributed to other sections as her wiIIin' a Philadelphia court I in the present high school, The gre / est benefit, Mr. Hand

.... (Continued' on page four)) its I care for more urgent, cases. Applications of record. I building. Later it is planned to com-' saidwould be the shortening of the
school bus
I for flour maybe madeto Mrs. O'Brien, who died recently at struct a separate building for the route into LaBelle.

either Mrs. Moltz, Mrs. McGhee her home near Detroit, left no formal high school department of the Clew

A NEW SUGAR MILL I or Mr. Stewart. will and the letter which expressed I I iston schcool.

her wishes as to disposition of her: The bonds to be issued, when the MRS. BEARDSLEY

estate was the document filed. I II authority is granted call for the retirement
TO BE BUILT AT Hard Fought Game I
The letter disposed of an estate I I of one thousand dollars each

-'l of $12,000 personal and $35,00 in- year from 1936 to 1950. The bondsare ADDED TO STAFF

FELLSMERE SOON I Gives Clewiston Win suurance It provided that her son to bear an interest rate of six

,- Peter, now a Harvard University stu per cent. OF LOCAL SCHOOL
Behind the steady pitching of big dent, is to receive $15.000 from her Special school tax district number

EQUIPMENT LANDED TO WILDMILL Eddie Rush, the Clewlstqn Cane insurance. The balance of the estate seven was recently created by a vote

AT EAST COAST Breakers nosed out Moore Haven in is left to her husband, Captain of the freeholders in the Clewistonand FORMING FACULTY FOR SENIOR

CITY I a hard fought game there Sunday afternoon John J. O'Brien, an executive of an LaBelle districts with only one HIGH SCHOOL FOR TERM
dissenting vote. It was created to
corporation in Detroit.
by a score.
Erection of the ,sugar mill plant permit separate trustees for the La- THIS FALLs
at Fellsmere, machinery for which The game was hard fought and Belle and Clewiston schools. At th
exciting throughout, and was played Commissioners Reject I Three additional teachers
was recently unloaded at the Ft. time the district was created trustees were recommended

Pierce port, is now in full 'swing, !! despite the threatening weather. It for the new district were named. ,' and accepted for workin
according to information reaching;was played before one of the largest Low Offer on Taxes The trustees for the district are: the Clewiston school at a meeting -

here from that place. j I crowd of the season at Moore Haven. I W. C. Owen, chairman Dr. J. W.I' of the school board Wednesday.

.1 Office building_ and storeroom I'I Pete Wilson, 'a former Clewiston Detail Work Keens Commissioners Ezelle and Roy Green. .The additions are, Mrs. J. E.Beards-
have been completed and concrete''player, was sent to the mound to ley, Clewiston; Miss Vilma Rhodes

foundations for the mill machinery,handle the pitching for Moore Haven, Busy For Entire Day.The I Oakland; and Miss Mary Creary, of
and the Election Boards Are .
are now being poured. A large veteran was in rare form Pensacola.Mrs.
number of men are employed in .against his former playing mates. It board of county commissioners I Beardsley will instruct in

the operations. The plant is being* was a pitchers' battle with the workof being went in favor on record of Tuesday as not I Named for June 28/I English and Home Economics In the
accepting $100 in
erected by the Fellsmere Sugar each showing upexceptionally well. new Clewiston high school, Miss
Company I The victory gave Clewiston a perfect settlement of taxes amounting to Rhodes will teach history and languages -
rating for the first two $800. This decision was reached With the polling places for the Miss has been
. The company has also ,, games Creary assigned -
when R. N. Miller of five precincts in the unchan
in LaBelle ; county -
It. Its intention of j recently organized Everglades to grammar school
increasing its
ready extensive in al I League. I sented an offer of that amount onj I jed, and only a few changes made in I Mrs. Beardsley is well known here
acreage sugarcane certain lots located in LaBelle with the personnel of the election boards,
by the planting of an additional I The Cane Breakers are scheduled i having taught in Clewiston previously. -
outstanding certificates for 1927 and the county commissions named the
; 700 acres this year. Prepara- to meet Belhe Glade here next Sunday -I i Miss Rhodes is a graduate of
.' ,subsequent years. The board refused following officials to serve at the
tions for the planting will be made. afternoon; the game to begin I Winter Garden High School, Florida
to the polls for the second
offer. to beheld
i accept primary,
State College for Women. She has
during the late summer and at 3:30.
early I On receipt of a letter from D. L. June 28. schools
fall. | I ( taught in the of Wildwoodfor
t Graham Copeland, secretary of thej j The polls at each place will open
The development now under LEAGUE I I the past two terms. Miss Creary
way STANDING small county league asking payment'I 'at eight o'clock, and will remain openuntil of
is Pensacola
is. considered one of the most impoMant a graduate high and
of the kind undertaken games I won I lost I tied I pet. |loY I $194.91 for the county's share of: sundown. hag attended various summer schools
ever I I
in this section of the state Clewiston 2 2 0 0 1000 the assessment made yast year by, District One (Clewiston) !including Alabama Polytecnic Institute
the league to provide a $15,000 "war I Paul Deam, clerk; Inspectors, J.j I,
and its outcome will he watched .LaBelle 2 1 1 0 .500; at Auburn, Alabama.At .
I chest" to employ legal counsel t olE.! Beardsley, C. J. Lovvorn W. W.
with the keenest interest Belle Glade 2 1 1 0 .5001) i a previous meeting-of the board
carry the gasoline distribution act I Preston; Deputy, G. H. Small. Poll-
s Moore Haven 2 0 2 0.000( five of the' year's teachers were
WILL SURVEY ALL ROUTES I I to the highest courts, the commis-:'ling place, Clewiston Motor Company,:appointed for the 1932-33 term. M.

-- !'INFORMATION GIVEN ABOUT 'Ii stoners voted to table the motion'show rooms. '(G. Langford, principal, Miss Jamye
Propaganda recently has been distributed -, until an unmentioned later date. The{ District Two (East LaBelle) I'Williams, Miss Elizabeth West, Miss

freely from JaJcksonville,i NEW RATES FOR POSTAGEA county as assessed $444 by the lea/I! Frank Daughtery, clerk; Inspect-]Mae Drew and Mrs. W. C. Prewitt.

intimating that the proceeding survey -; ; gue to conduct the legal battle instituted ors, Norman Warringer, Selden L.

by War Department Engineers i change In the postal rates will:; against the state comptroller r Stewart, II, George ,V Howard; Dep-I ,CAHING FOR PULLETS

of routes for cross-state canal is confine -I go into effect July 6, and the following by John E. Matthews, of Jacksonville -,|uty, M. F. Yoemans. Polling place, DURING THE SUMMER

l to routings which might be changes have been noted by1 leader of the large county bloc Old Bank building.
found available':"v for the proposed Postmaster A W. Lawrence for the in the 1931 session of the state leg District Three (West LaBelle)

ship canal. information of the public. islature, in which Matthews attempted W. P. Arledge, clerk: Inspectors, Gainesville, Fla.-Summer management -

t\. In a letter to A. F. Knotts, of Upon all matter of the first class to have the distribution act de Mrs. Ellen Moon Mrs. Lillian J. Miller I: of growing pullets will playa

F Yankeetown, president of the Florida postage shall be charged at the rateof clared unconstitutional. The small I W. P. Gregory; Deputy, Ed Yoe I large part in determining the profitsfor

Inland and Coastal Waterways Association 3 cents for each ounce or fraction counties won out in the legal skirm mans. Polling place, Everett Hotel. j the next season declares N. R.

I.: Lt. Col. L. V. Frazier, District thereof. ish.To District Four (Ft. Denand) Mehrhof, extension poultryman. Improper -

Engineer. conveys the information The rate on drop letters has not prepare ballot boxes for the Mrs. Dora Daniels, clerk; Inspect care and management will reduce -

that the survey also Is to cover been changed at offices not having' second primary elections to be held ors. Miss Ida Crews, Mrs. Nina Has- the vitality and growth of the

mutes' for a barge canal, and may I free delivery. I i here June 28th, the board of county kew, lips Josie Crews; Deputy, F. pullet so that she will not be able

not be completed for one and a half The rate of postage on mail ca r-commissioners will meet !gain i in B. Ballard. Polling place, Duvnll's to produce eggs efficiently this win

or two years. pled by airplanes shall be 8 cents forj{special meeting Monday, June 27th. Garage. ter.,

In Tampa and other lower West the first ounce or fraction thereof The First Bank of Clewiston was District Five (Feklr ) The young growing pullets shouldbe

I" Coast sections there is grave doubt and 13 cents for each additional named official county depository for Mildred Townsend, clerk; Inspect- fed a balanced ration. This includes -

I as to the feasibility and practical ounce or fraction thereof, regardless I county funds at a meeting o[ the ors, Frank P. GIbbs, J. B. Thomas, a good growing mash and acrntch

benefits of a ship canal across north of distance. Such postage includes county commissioners Tuesday..* Arthur Peters; Deputy, Ezra Hull sPoIling feed. The common practiceIs

Florida. : while sentiment strongly fa- the transportation of malt{ tq and' Financial relief was awarded to place, R. B.. Waldron's.... .. old i: to allow the pullets to eat the dry, .
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THE CLEWISTON NEWS vote, and that, of itself Is worthy the United States own radio sets, according of which was to take the winner to
of commendation. to recent statistics. I Tallahassee "In the rumble seat of
Published every Friday in Clewiston, I I cart." Minor has already received -
BAGASSEDid an ox
Florida by the CLEWISTON NEWS, Entirely too frequently .the matterof There are 182 separate presses In IM communication from ownersof
elections in
voting in political the government printing office.
Inc. which local matters of governmentare oxen who desire to sell meansof
Fifteen of the 31 presidents were ( :( Charlie also hasa
to be decided, is permitted to transportation.
born either In Ohio or Virginia. you ever hear of a sugar cane for the t'-
Entered as second class matter go by default, many of those Quali- rubber tired ox cart ready
February 1. 1927, at the Post Office fied to vote not taking the troubleto Hoover Is the only president who addict? Neither did I but I did hear overland voyage. Whether they go
at Clewiston, Florida under the Act j go to the polls and cast their bal- comes of Swiss ancestry. i of a young boy wanting it, so badly or not, they are having plenty of
of March 3, 1897. lots, thereby indicating their lack of Mississippi was the first state to that he wrote his friend to send him fun talking about the old-rashloned
the 18th amendment. some. Francis Wright 10 year old journey.
Interest in their government.This ratify
A newspaper devoted to the best ( son of Mr. and Mrs F. M. Wright,
lack of interest much of it Eight states do not inflict capital' If :Martin wins they are to name
Florida formerly of Clewlston
Interests of Hendry County wrote his
manifested by otherwise active and punishment for the crime of murder.! friend the ox Dave Sholtz, and if Sholtz
Its leading newspaper. Jimmy Hall the followingcard
citizens. accounts and comes out in the lead they are goingto
intelligent very I Two states, Connecticut Rhode : Dear Jimmy, I have been '
Subscription rate: per year$2.00 largely for bad; or at least, ineffi- Island, have never adopted the 18th away from Clewiston so long thatI name their motive, power John
cient government, with which this amendment to the Constitution. Martin. However, with a six week'sjourney
...... want some sugar cane. Just tie
of Florida
Outside of State $2.50
: staring them In the facethey
country has been and still is cursed, Nevada has a unique way of doing several stalks together, put some
and the people as a whole, made to with 'prisoners convicted of will probably reconsider and
Advertising rates furnished on ap wax on the end and mail them to
plication. suffer. When, however, the citizens capital crimes. Lethal gas Is used. me at Urbana, Illinois. Your, friend make some other more plausible
exercise their privilege of voting they I!i Texas has more counties than any Francis 'Wright. wager on the outcome of the guber-

give indication of taking practical, other state., 264. Georgia, with 161 natorial battle.
Business office Clewlston News
Interest In the government that directly ranks second. Well, from all the' talk going on Judging from the number "of ver-
Florida. Editorial and
Clowlston affects every one of them. :1 Almost 60 nor cent of New York In this young city, it appears that a bal 'bet ya a hat' expression's'made
Advertising, same.
That such Interest was taken on state's population live In Greater New Tallahassee special, will leave here I a few days prior to the election
last Tuesday is quite evident, If the York city. at noon on the day of August 13th clothing merchants in Hendry county
Telephone 339 interest taken in the last election j At one time in Rhode Island it, with at least two passengers aboard. ought to do a land office businessas '
"- :was in behalf of better government, was against the law to refuse to Charlie Minor, who campaigned the campaign boosters pay bets. But
AFTER AJJj WHO PAYS? 'then well and good. If otherwise, accept a pub': office. city in the interest of David Sholtz like so many other such statementsthe
then only contiuance of inefficient More America aviators were kill- for governor- and Louis Gravely who bet is like a couple of small boys

It does not seem to be generally :and in some instances unsatisfactory ed during the World War by accident was a candidate for representativemade betting' a billion or trillion dollars
understood that the state has rigid government reasonably can be expected. than actually killed in combat. an election wager the looser that their papa can lick the gther's.j : .

laws against starting fires even on I, =:= : :; -----
one's own land except under certain As was the interest manifested in
conditions. Fires started to burn the election of last Tuesday so shouldbe !

weeds and trash are usually startedby the interest in the second primary j '
well meaning persons who haveno made necessary in instances in which I ':

destructive Intent but each year i candidates for various nominations ,;;) "
thousands of dollars are lost in I did not receive a majority of the C" n

Florida by fires. This ,not only applies votes cast for respective candidates.The > -
to muck fires but to fires In so-called "run-off" primary is F'O K D 1PI'

cities and towns as well.A just as important as that of last
destructive fire. a larger partof Tuesday-more important in some
the time, is caused by carelessnesson respects, for final decision then must I
the part of some one individualand be made as to who the nominees
not through maliciousness. Our shall be among those receiving t:: '
own part of a fire in Jacksonville or largest number of votes in the first m .
Pensacola seems small and yet we primary.It I TR' U. ( { \ r;fFCK

help pay for the loss in each fire is practically certain that this g 1
in the state. Naturally the first second primary is even more i-ipoit-I 1 1 .
thought that comes to mind is that ant than the first and that', there

the insurance companies pay the loss fore, the qualified voters in as large I
and the other policy holders have no numbers as on Tuesday last. shouldgo
concern in the matter. However, to the polls and indicate their
the facts !
I Get ab@u1f
for every loss that is occassioned by final choice of the candidates thento new
fire, we all have a share in the loss, be voted for. That decision may
through the payment of premiumson have a very important influence on I e
policies.A the sort of government we are to '
city or town that has an unusual have In the next time in which pub:. transpor1htlt @ @my
number of fires in /a year is looked lic officials, to be elected in November -

upon with great: concern by the fire next, will serve the public-
underwfiters and the price of insurance efficiently and well, or otherwise.
This is an opportunity to see how the Transportation needs of a new-
In such towns increases.So Hence the best advice that can
after all, a fire loss to one be given in this instance is-go to business era have been met with new economy, performance, and reli-

is a loss to the whole ,state. the poll sand cast your ballot in ability in the new Ford trucks. Your Ford dealer is ready ,to give you

The insurance companies tell us the second primary. Decide now To the complete .
story. i
that a majority; of fires are caused do this.-Times-Urion. .
through careless use of matches and
smoking material, which can easilybe TAXES AND ROMPERSThe
prevented with a little precaution. Body types to fit every hauling need. 50-horsepower 4-cylinder engine. ,
( Nation's Business) New freely shackled semi-elliptic rear springs distribute load stresses. -'
Some budding mathematician has The materinl and paternal tasks of
Wide deep frame gives substantial for bodies. 3A
strong floating
discovered that there are 635 billion the department of agriculture grow
possible bridge hands. And still they no less. Jur' "ecently thar branchof type rear axle for heavy service. 4-speed transmission. Tubular steel

expect us to know how to play any the United States government has coupling shaft with heavy duty universals at each end. New bi-partible
of them. issued an illus rated booklet on new
and official styles in rompers _and I coupling and removable main cross member permit easy servicing of

WHAT HAS FLORIDA TO OFFER? several correspon!lci's have writtento I clutch, transmission, and coupling shaft. New comfort and safety for

call our attention to this worthy I the driver. These features and many others will convince you that the
Florida's citrus truck, sugar, fish, cause.
turpentine and rosin. cigar :l'nc11um- The architect of the rompers and New Ford Trucks can save you money and give you added performance.

ber are known to the *' st of the the: author of the boolet is Miss

United States, and to those of us Loisba: Scott, whose title is specialist -
living In this state, the mere mentionof in clothing of the division of tex- \
these products scarcely warrantsa Glades Auto Sales nct
tiles and clothing of the bureau of
second glance, since we are so well home economics of the United States ,
informed on them. However ,this department of agriculture. Miss I II

state has many industries now just Scott stresses this claim for the sup-I Clewiston : : : : Florida
being developed on which we are not eriority of the government's new

BO Florida well informed.manufacturer, makes romper design: FORD TRUCK WEEK JUNE 18 to 25 INCLUSIVE
"It is possible to lay the babyon I
bottles from clear sand, cans rattle-
open garment without turn-
snake meat, sells alligator hides and ing the child over"
manufactured novelties made from
the skins of these native animals. It "But," inquires a perturbed cor-
also ships Spanish from respondent, "what division of which
moss which >-,
bureau of what department is I N
goingto ,.
upholstery is !!ade. Fuller's earth,
dug by the acre in Florida goes into tell me how to keep my baby from i f
turning himself ?"
the manufacture of milady's choice I
beauty clays as well as being used i i "And," querries another why I To Friends
the refining of oil. The lowly palmetto does agriculture and not the children My Hendry, County :

of which we tire of seeing, bureau of the department of labor
takes on a new aspect when it is concern itself with rompers?" An I

made into brooms and brushes. One irreverent bystander suggests thatit I i I
of the world's largest marketsis might be the United States bureauof I
sponge '
The in the is
located at Tarpon Springs. Wooden efficiency, the chief coordinator''I I majority given me first primary
shoes are made in this state. In of the United States board of medi-

Jacksonville there is located a plant tation. I II It is
greatly appreciated. an expression of -
where oyster shells are ground into And a more serious-minded friend I[ appreciation
a digest!vc 'tonic' for poultry. I I asks this: "Are there no designersof

These an but a few of the many I children's clothing in private business : for the loyal service I have rendered
ways Florida citizens have of util- that the federal governmentmust I J
izing the resourses given by Natureto go into the pattern industry?"' '
Florida. A real extensive list of 'II i in the paft . Your continued support is solicited
the industries of Florida would belong WHO CARES ABOUT THIS?

but longer still would be a list I I i in the 28 and in I
of the possibilities this state offersto The planet Venus approaches i ; primary of June return

the man who is willing to devote near as 25 million miles to the earth,

his time and attention to any of them. while Neptune never gets closer than I I hell service
2677 million miles. promise to giveyou my as Sheriff.

THEY VOTED The earth travels around its orbit '
at a rate of speed of 18 1-2 miles per'I i AII

Unmistakably the citizens of Flor- second. S I thank
ida, in exceedingly large aggregate Pierre S. DuPont Is thought to I you,
numbers went to the polls and vot- carry the largest amount of Insur-.
ed, as is indicated in the election ance, $7,000,000. I .

returns of the first primary, heldon The only Florida man now servingas I H. L. DELANEY
Tuesday of this week. In doingso a United States ambassador is
they, at least, gave positive evidence Gilchrist B. Stockton. He is in Aus-
of their needed interest in gov- Paid PoliticalAdvertisement
ernment. How they voted, for or1 the president of the United i. Sheriff of Hendry County
against candidates seeking nomination States Is paid a salary of $75,000 per .
is another matter-one that year, the vice president only draws 0

individual voters must settle with one-fifth of that amount, $15,000. ,. ,
thflr own egtuclencei. But they did Forty;: per cent of the families in







Pam's Patter r./rm a BfSS PWPi
Personal Mention 1 Q f *H l* ( WJ & &>

9- D. G. Perry of Tampa was a business

visitor here Wednesday.

R C Pooley of Moore Haven, was f : ? 1. Customer
In Clewistou on business Thursday. ''s
t I never knew before that no matter
Glen H. Williams of Moore Haven, / what price wanted to pay for a

transacted business here Wednesday. / 44 r tire I could buy a Firestone Tire of

l' highcrqualityatnoaddltionalprice.
Arthur Brockborough, of Jacksonville co
transacted business here this f'' I

week.' J Firestone Service Dealer

b/ T'r That's right Firestone Tire are
Merrick, of Miami, was in Clew-
iston on business several days of this I made in a wide variety of types to fit

week' "; I I 4j l :"' '_' every need and every pocketbooks -
J (c no matter what you want to pay.
R., S. McFeeters left Saturday for I
Every grade of Firestone Tire eels
Jasper, Alabama, for a visit of several .
weeks. in quali ty any other similar grade of-

tire at as low or lower price.
Miss Eleanor Wintle spent the

week end in Ft. Myers visiting her l ,

parents.Mr. .
; ',
It happens every day! Car own- values that are built into them-
and Mrs. G. J. Schmidt and
"The cook book says that French jet they cost no more than culinary
; son were visitors in West Palm Beach chefs always season vegetables witha ers are surprised. to find that they tires. .--

Wednesday. i dash of sugar-along with the salt do not have to pay one cent more Come
in. Compare sections cut
... I and pepper-to keep them from tatting to get extra values in Firestone tires.
i W. C. Owen, A. L. Hackett, and flat. Watch me make these peas from Firestone tires, special brand ..
!, E Beardsley were in LaBelle on J'I sit up and say 'bon jour'" We have a Firestone tire to meet of tires and others. See for yourself :;

,' ness Tuesday I every price and driving demand- how Firestone gives you extra values
for every purse and purpose and at no extra cost. Whatever your requirements -
Mr and llrsw.. McDonald and every Firestone tire has extra may be WE CAN SAVE

children were visitors inLaBelle Sun- unbap iikfjool strength and extra safety and gives YOU MONEY AND SERVE YOU
day afternoon. extra service because of the extra BETTER.

J. F. Rhudy of Jacksonville, was Icon

in Clewiston several days of this Extra VALUEI-
week on business. I'I''i
---- Subject Jacob
: the Aged Father.

R. C. Nowling and J. L. McDonald Golden Text: "Honor thy father:. fri jtAcI
f were business visitors in West Palm'and thy mother." Exod. 20-12.
.1._ Beach last Thursday. I
Lesson Text: Gen. 46:1-7, 28,:
30; 47-7. i
:1 A Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hooker and
'"! Mrs. Hansel McDuffie were. visitorsin Time and Place: 1706 B. C.,
LaBelle Wednesday Beersheba in Palestine, and Goshenin ;;, GUM-DIPPED CORDS
Egypt. The Firestone patented Gun-Dip
ping proceu'fransforms the cotton cords ,
Dr. J. W. Ezelle, W. C. Owen, Vic- Practical Truth: A son can neveroutgrow
=, into a ,strong, tough, sinewy unit
tor Blate. and Dave G. Alston were the duty of respect and Liquid rubber penetrates every cord and : y ,,
in LaBelle on business Wednesday.W honor toward his father.: f coats every fiber guarding against :inc .

I INTRODUCTION: "Jacob had a ?!. carnal friction andheat, greo/! increasing
P Stuart of Bradenton spent stormy career, deceiving his father the strength of the cord body and d

Wednesday and Thursday here on and robbing his brother; Then a giving longer tire life.

business for the Standard Oil Com twenty-year struggle with Laban in 3 TWO EXTRA
I.,: pany. which Laban deceived him, and he GUM-DIPPED CORD. PUPS :

t ---- in turn deceived and tricked Laban; ,> UNDER THE TREAD
, :: ,Mr._ and Mrs. R. L. Lambert and The dreaded return to Canaan and '
:". daughter of Tampa, spent Thursday meeting Esau. Here Jacob soughtthe gig This is a patented construction:and Hi*
i here while Mr. Lambert transacted Lord and becamea, changed' man two extra Gum-Dipped cord plies arc
_'__. business. The death of his beloved Rachael; so placed that you get 56% stronger
II "'\_ j After ,.. bend between tread and cord body

irr ;, a period he lost Joseuh and j u ri
,. '- Mrs. W S Harvel, who recently was basely deceived by ten of his f h and lasts show 26% greater protection .,, !
"" moved to Miami when her home here own sons. At 130 years of age Ja against punctures and blowouts. It sets
I burned, is visiting in Clewiston fora cob starts to Egypt on his last pil- a new standard for' rue performance: on
high speed
few days.. giimage. cars.
Joseph has been found
I and Jacob will soon embrace him,

1 Parker T. Wilson left Monday for and there is assurance of plenty s + ;s;% live rubber speciclly: compounded ':
Orlando where he went to attenda and of loving care for the closing for long, slow year. Scientifically'

55 convention of the Florida' State years of his life." designed non-skid gi\cs greater fraction :- ':; ?t' ; ,; r
, Druggists Association. I I By his brothers then in Egypt and safe, quiet performance.Baker's .

j. ---- Joseph (at the command of the
f Miss Martha Fears, of Atlanta, Ga", ( Egyptian King) sent a msesage to --
'I arrived in Clewiston Sunday for an'his father "Haste ye, and go up to COMPARE C@ STAlUCTION aUAL1t 7 a d PRICFircM

I extended visit here with her sister, I my father, and say unto him, Thus: Firestone Till FirMtonJ Flresioee
Mrs. H. C. Kolstad. saith thy son Joseph, God hath made Mike Tin Oidfied iYCe! OdSeU Type! Mak. -Size Oldf-eld Tyra Cldrreld Type Truck aM DEU- ir. =s
I t I me] lord of all Egypt: come down of Cu SIZe C.h Price Cash Prie of Car Underscore Cash Price Cash Pra!
Each Pcr_Pair Hnvy Ouly' EaA Per Palr Phalan.: Fkuton' '
Mrs Hansel McDuffie left Thursday -unto me, tarry not: and thou shalt Tue Site Oldaeld OMfiald
t for Sycamore Ga, where she'!'be near unto me, thou and thy children -, Chenolet Ford.__.} 4.40-21 54.79 $9.33 Au.JurD.Stu'b'k'r! TYPI TYPI
) 5.50-18 GO.35 y 16.ClIea.y Cash Prlcl C.h Price
i.L will visit for a month before return4 and thy children's children, and I Chnrol". 4.5020 5.35 XC.3 G Jordan lteo. _.. Aug EacO Per.lr ;

i ing to her home here. I j thy flocks, and thy herds, and all FOrd.Ford__,_._.:..._ 4.50-21 5.43 XO.S4 ';;'k;; i
that thou Gardner
-- hast.
\ 'hinolet] 4.75-19 6.33 12.32 r.: rmon.-.: 5.50-19 6.4 15.4G 30:1:5.: : .._ 515.3"a 839.74
'r Mr. and Mrs T. B Shelley left And Pharoh (thought Joseph) II Plrmfth_ Oakland_
t. Saturday for Peoria I Ill, where they commanded the brethren ecrle".-
"And take EnkIn .. L Chr "9"..x 6..- 26.50 51.00
will spent a month vacation They your father and :your hpuseholds, PJyrn'th:} 'S' 75-20 IW..A3 b'G.GO-18 IO.GS %o.6f '

also plan to visit in St Louis while\: and come unto me: and I will give DeSoto Chandler Viking Stu'b'k'r_..._ -- 3.h:7: ..--. 36.40 70.60

away you the good of the land of pod = Franklin
I Egypt, e- Iludeon- 6.00--19 10.85 %1.04 36:1:8. .. 51.65 100.30
: :
and ye shall eat the fat of the land GrrYal: "e5.0019 6'65 IIZ.; H n p'bil;: -- -

r/. {.?, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Crouch return'Now thou art ccommanded this do I Ponttaa Rooseyelt_ PAC nid_! _G.00'20 10.951.2 6.00-20 11.65 33.60

"' ed Tuesday from Arcadia where they ye; take you wagons out of the land {Pius.-K. PicreeA._ f.00-21 II.IG U.S4:
had gone to take their young daughter -j[ of Egypt for your little ones, ands } E..ex= 5.00-20 6.75 43.10 6.50-20 IS.50 30.00
; to the hospital there. The i for I Duiele.6.0022 II.to %%.so
girl wives
your and bring your E.. _., 6.45 '51.60
. f much improved. j I father, and come." I lI tvh5.00-21 6.9" :13.54 Picrcc 6.50-19 1.30 :z:.8F 7.50-20
Old.'bil -
: I When his sons returned to Je "Stutz__, 6.50-20 1.65 24.5 9.oo46.50 0.40
I Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Maxwell were aan they told all these things to can-I Chevrolet} 5.25-18 7,53 14.60 Cadillac ,
h visitors in Pahokee Wednesday night. cob, who at first did not LiU-cOIn._} 7.00-20 14.6 18.42 9. 5-20' 61.65 1:0.00
.. _
pnlolc-_. 5.25-21 6.15 IS.62 Packard!; -
r Mr and Mrs Norman A. Nielsen]J them, but finally he believed the -

f' and Robert Smith spent Sunday in i messages, "And Israel said It is I

I West Palm Beach enough; Joseph my son is yet alive;
l ---- jl I will go and see him before I die."
i t. Mr. and Mrs. Jack VanLandingham . t accompanied by Miss Mary Bush,1.returned ; miles of rich pastuure and farming
last :Wednesday from Jackson land
- \ lying between the Nile river
;; t' Miss., where they had gone for, and the Red Sea; about 175 milesS.

is t their daughter, Elizabeth. W. from Beeisheba. Here our

I lesson begins, "And Israel tookhis
Mrs. E. R. Fontaine, accompaniedby I journey with all that he had
r her brother, Harry Peters is |and
''" expected :- came to Beersheba, and offeredsacrifices
: to return to Clewiston unto the God of his father
latter part of the week from thP.I' Isaac. And God spalte unto Israel

:. where she has been visiting a in the visions of the night, and said,

,.. \ few days. I'Jacob. Jacob* And he said, here

i.fl. am I. And he said, I am God, the
... { Recent registrations at the Watanabe God thy father: fear not to go downEgypt I ,
hotel include: E H Baker of into ; for I will there make
; : Tampa, G 0 Bishop of Lakeland. J of ,thee a great nation: I will go
:,-" t., R Whitaker and J Whitaker of down with thee into Egypt; and I
Tampa, H L Chandler of Okeechobee, will also surely bring thee up i S <. x,
I M E Patten of Okeechobee, Sara 3,1 I again: and Joseph shall put his
!pS Johnson of West Palm Beach, andT hand upon thine eyes."
r." r W Snider, H N Lassiter, Irvin J E i| Between Beersheba and Goshen :nJ ) *

,t'' Boetchler, C Watkins, F L Shind-,I the land was mostly a desert. God c
\, \ ler, H C Danie's andW L Daniel again
appeared tQ Jacob
E ofj and
t .. __..
West Palm Beach and T "
P Porden of,, ('ouraged him The same promises
r t Sarasota, E R McMorris of Miami j had been made to Abraham and, to Service Station
t \ Beach, and J B
Thomas and CurtisWebb : Isaac. We sometimes feel that God -
", [ of Avon. Park (
I Continued on page four)
Clewiston, Floridaj

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FEDERAIJ JIEVENTJE ACT TO from $10 to _$200, depending upon out of every 22 persons gainfully'be ashamed of. For my part I have contest, and the friendship of the

GO INTO EFFECT JUNE 21 length. employed was on the public payroll; no alibis no sore spots and no re- new friends I made compensates for

Deeds-Where consideration ex- now the percentage is one In 11. It criminations. all the time and toil and expense.

(Continued from page. one) ceeds $100 but does not exceed $500 is said that if the present rate continues -1 Without adequate financing, without :My heart is full of gratitude to

matches. tax Is 50 cents, and for each additional in a little over twenty year the support of I my friends and I thank you. I hope

_Candy and chewing gum, 2 percent $500 or fraction thereof, 50 cents. we will have one person, working for with anypolitical or- I may be ever worthy of the con- ;J
', ganizations only a few speakers .. .
Lubricating oils. 4 cents per gal- the government for every person, besides myself. and with the tinned friendship of such a splendid <(
Soft drinks made from cerals or lon. who pays taxes! j.
daily newspapers in :Miami, Tampa, band of men and women
substances containing less than one- Recently, In a middlewesternstate
Orlando and other cities refusing to Faithfully
half of 1 per cent alcohol, 1 and one- SUNDAY SCHOOL' LESSON one million ,acres of land were
carry even news accounts of my STAFFORD CALDWELL
quarter cent per gallon. Unfermented taken over by the_ counties for unpaid -
speeches, we led In more counties,
(Continued From Page 3)
containing 35 taxes. Another state has
grape juice per acts slowly, but, if we trust him, he : an (12) than any candidate not in the, CARE FOR PULLETS IN SUMMER
cent less of 5 cents $18,000,000 deficit. Another has
or sugar per
will keep his promises in the right second primary; we ran second to
\ gallon. Other unfermented fruit $10,000,000 in signed contracts for
way. This sacrifice to God is the :Mr. Martin in the Second and Third (Continued from page one)
Juices, 2 cents per gallon. Other certain projects and Is unable to
last mentioned until the Israelitesleft Congressional Districts, the home
ready manufactured still. drinks containing raise a single dollar with which to 1 mash at all times. it being fed in
Egypt. (Authority quoted by territory of my family for several
less than one-half of 1 per Peloutbet.) meet them. In many parts of the 1 generations; owe' carried my home large open non-wasting hoppers. The
cent alcohol. 2 cents per gallon. Mineral country local, bond issues have defaulted scratch feed is fed about twice a day
"And Jacob rose from Beer- county of Hamilton by a clear cut
waters sold at over 12 and a' up schools have been closed, the amount being determined by the
sheba; and the sons of Israel car- majority over the field; we led the
After a period he lost JoJseph and 'necessary functions of governmenthave ; development of the birds.
ried Jacob their father, and their ticket in the Third Judicial Circuuit
half cents per gallon, tax 2 cents per been crippled, public employes 1 Pulels should not be forced into
little ones, and their wives, in the where I was State Attorney for eight
gallon. Fountain syrups 5 to 6 cents have been unpaid. egg production. If the pullets_appear
wagons which Pharaoh had sent to years; and we led the ticket in the '
per gallon. Carbonic acid gas 4. cents This is what government extra- to be developing too rapidly addi-
carry him. And they took their Central Florida territory contiguous
per pound. vagance has done. Higher taxes is 1 :well tional scratch may be fed. It must
cattle, and their goods, which'they to Orlando: as as getting a fine
Electrical energy, 3 per cent of not the solution. The people can- be remembered that the pullet to
had gotten in the land of Canaan, vote and carrying some counties,
not pay. In Ohio according to Mark stand under heavy egg production :
the amount paid will be< collected. ; both up
and came into Egypt, Jacob. and on. the East and, West coasts.
Gasoline, 1 cent per gallon, including Sullivan, with present low commodity must have good body weight.
gasoline benzol and other all his seed with him: His sons, and pries, the state and municipal-! All of this was, done with man- Additional feeds should consist of

used as a fuel for the propulusionof his sons' sons with him, his daugh- ities take in taxes, an amount almost power and woman-power and I am greens, water, oyster shell, charcoaland

motor vehicles, motor boats boatsor ters,his'and his sons' daughters, and eqral to the entire value of proud of those who supported me. grit. Poultrymen should note

airplanes. all seed" brought he with him every far: ncr's crop. Nothing but t No leader ever led a finer army. Th neglect green feed. It is most im-

Telephone telegraph and cable into Egypt. It appears there were tax t-anlrruptcy: ] can result if the association of my old friends in thisI portant.
seventy of ,Jacob's family, but "sev- I
messages-Telephone messages cost- trend of today is continued.
eral thousand" persons counting .
--' -
from 50c' to > -- -- --
ing $1.00. a tax of 10 ---
slaves and all who went in the

cents. ,More than $1.00 10 cent caravan The wagons sent by TO MY FRIENDS AND'SUPPOHT. ....M..W..><"> tax. $2.00 or more, 20 cent tax. ERS: I :( -
Telephone dispatches 5 per cent. Pharaoh were two wheeled carts, I.. :1
without springs, ("but better than :
Cable and Radio dispatches, 10 per walking") I desire to express my heartfelt I';' :

cent.Checks.. 2 cents on each check, For several days Jacob's people thanks rallied to the to friends my cause and in supporterswho my recent Ij' : the Public i..t. i.
were on their journey "And he sent Opento
or order for payment. race for governor. The greatest re-
Judah before him unto Joseph, to
Boats, not used exclusively for gret I have in the entire matter is .. :
direct his face unto Goshen and
trade, fishing or national defense, ; the defeat; of those supporters who y Iy
they came into the land of Goshen. tz .
_h__ went down with me. As is is, _against ,
And Joseph made ready his chario*.i I :: l.
overwhelming odds, we made a phe- '
and went up to meet Isaac J H : :_. .
; =: Moderate Green Fees
wF nominal race, and have nothing to ; :
father to Goshen. and presented I i I o y '

himself unto him; and he fell on ,
I i NOTICE :_: Exceptional Fairways 3
his neck and wept on his necl: a ,. i
good while And Israel sail unto I A petition having been received by
I the Board of Public Instruction of Interesting Grass Greens :
Joseph, now let me die, since I have I Hendry County Florida on the 14th

seen thy face, because thou are yet day of June A. D. 1932 from 25 percent y
alive." of the qualified freeholder electors of ty V
Special! School Tnx District Number 7 '.' >oi -- 5!
But,,there was :yet something Im- Hendry County, Florida requesting: thatan I I .i' r "' :::
election be held in said district to )
portant to
occur, "And
Joseph determine if bonds in the amount of
brought in Jacob his father, and set! Fifteen thousand dollars should Issue : ': V Y.The Most Popular !
y him before Pharaoh; and Jacob by said district for the purpose of ;:. ..
building: ,and otherwise Improving the .
blessed Pharaoh." Let .;. :::
us remem- schools in said district.i ,
ber that a child never outgrows its '' 'Mr Recreation Center SV *
Upon motion' by Alston secondedby :!: ,;. .
duty to respect and honor a parent. Mr. Hampton the following: resolution V. '
was adopted Viz "Be it resolved .i' -
'I WILL SURVEY ALL ROUTES by the Board of Public Instruction of ::: \ In Clewiston +
Hendry County, Florida in session assembled vJ
that tho said Board does now X
(Continued from determine that it is necessary to Issue
page one) _
I bonds in Special School tax district 'i r
t tlon is of interest. ""-- =- =.u .z.
He wrote to Mr. Number Seven Hendry County Florida A
Knotts, on May 25th. for the purpose of building and main- +
taining the schools in said district that
"The press accounts of this work an election be held In said district on
have misled many parties by intima- the 19th day of July A. D. 1932 to !
determine i if said bonds shall II!
ting that the surrey: work was to be that said bonds to bear interest at issue the ClewistonGolf Course _:

completed at an early date and that rate of 6 percent payable annually that .
only certain designated routes were. the principal of said bonds shall become .-:. .:. '
due and payable 1 each begln- .'. "
to be covered. For your informationI I liing 1936 to I v
wish to say that it is the intentionof 1950.DREW X
? e this office I.:) make an impartialand Chairman Board Public HAMPTON Instruction :;..: :..:..:..:..:..:?'NN:..:..:Ni..:..:..:N M NI :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..,..:..:..:.

compreher :>c of 'all Seal) Hendry County, Florida .
survey pos- --- -- ----------- -- -
sible routes ATTEST: ,.
which --- -
are considered e- =="-0-- ===
your tires that s-l-i-p conomically feasible for a barge or D. L. STALLINGS.Secretary I

for tires that GRIP a ship canal crossing Florida or June 17. 24. July 1, 8, 15. I

Georgia, or both. Y
Hew 1932 sured that the Withlacoochee route NOTICENOTICE : I

will be covered by a detailed l
survey.In is hereby given that an Just Arrived !
all probability one and a half or election will be held .in the election
two years time will be required for precinct in Special School tax district
number seven in Hendry County, Florida
A I-Wc the submission of this complete report -' on the 19th day of July A. D. 1932in

during which time which duly qualified electors who
any sug-
Supertwist Cord Tiresat pie freeholders in said district will be
gestions or research studies I Our First Carloadof
you eligible to vote to determine if bondsrhall ,
wish to submit for the considerationof issue in the sum of Fifteen I

J History's Lowest Cost the Board may be filed with this building thousand and dollars otherwise for the improving purpose the of: ,

office."Tampa Tribune.COMMISSIONERS I S'ehools in said district., I

(Save t (Seal) DREW HAMPTON, I f
REJECT LOW Chairman Board of Public :
OFFER TO COMPROMISE TAX tion, Kendry County, Instruc-I '

(Continued form FORDS
$ page one) Secretary. NEW

tiMiHERE : two Hendry county citizens by the June 17, 24. July 1, 8, 15.

county commissioners Tuesday. One

was placed on the Clewiston list and

the other on the list of commissioners j-- V-8 and the Improved Four

New district 4, Ft. Denaud Both citizens -

Low were listed to receive $9 per 11

month from the :
county pauper fund.

Prices Ca ii Price lEt The commissioners discussed pay- FARM 0I

a ment of damages to W. Huggett, II II <

owner of a tract of land near the

county, marl pit near LaBelle, for LANDLEASES

EACH marl taken from Mr. Huggett's land I
,. in Pairs and damages arising from the tres- Call for a Demonstration

pass. In the discussion it was said

,/ :914,40.21ATEsT that the state had encroached on the 1

TUBE 9! rights of Mr. Huggett by digging into

approximately 6 -acres of the Huggett See the New Ford
for 1932-33
1932 LIFETIME GUARANTEED tract to find suitable material for

GQQDYEA&SPEEDWAY road construction. The county for- ,. .. i I' Drive the New Ford

ces, it was claimed had trespassedon rS

the property more than a year
CASK PRICES ago, which was barred by'the Statuteof Lake Highway I;, Sturdy, Economical, Reliable. Speedy i

.k"ri ce Each Limitations, and that in the past ; Frontage
Full of In Tubes three months the
oYer&he Hendry county C +
!: Loch Pairs s
forces had again entered the Huggett -.,
29x4.40-21 63.9 $3.49 S.9129x4.5029 tract to carry out marl for county Back Lands for &} --"' s'JZII ,
3.9 3.19 .91 '
5/ '
30d.50-21 3.9i! 3.S .91 purposes. No decision was reachedby 4i} fall panting II '<", .

28x4.15-19 4.63 4.50 .94 the commissioners, Mr. Huggett .. :,
294.15-20 4.70 4.57 .91 requesting the board members to inspect '"-

295.00-19 4.85 4.Z 1t.OO the damage done his property C j I'f,1

305.00-20 4.95 4.80 ..14 before making adjustment.TAX .
3W.00-21 S.15 4.99 ..16 any Glades Auto

285.25-18 5.55 5.39 I.OZ 3 Jim
5.90 5.6 ...16aOdURg.a.
3.39 3.30 .66

Expertly Mounted Free.QQ.OQ.J.sEDTm.ESSI spectre of tax bankruptcy Is Sales IncC
faced by a good many Americans Beardsley {

.. .:-. UI !. these days. Tax levies, according to
Melvin Traylor, president of the

SUGARlAfiD SERVICE First National Bank of Chicago, take Phone 366 LL CLE VISTON,, FLORIDA

the estimated equivalent of one day's : ?

STATION labor .every week from everyone in .
the country. A -- ----- ---- ---
fpw: years, ago t.. one 4<. ._ __ _po. .

I InArnr