The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00376
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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 24, 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
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
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System ID: UF00028415:00376
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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: TO CLOSE; SECOND BALLOTING TUESDAY To" '- you ,battle: scarred:: veterans of ... ,' HAMPERED 'BY' SCARCITY- OF 'FUNDS.

,' the recent campaign; your candidateis ..... : .!
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: KEEN' IN STATE AND Indian Violators I ,still calling you. You showed I I'BOARD HAS ONLY: 'ONE Schedule' for : ";
j" : : valiant service in the battle of June .w y
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f CAM:
:: ; COTINTY"RACES AS 7th and :various generals J
: .. : . .. : j k of, Game Law ,Get your. MEET' PAYMENT riJ1i Palm Beach Route,
:. I PAIGNS> CLOSEt calling on you to fall in'ranks for .. ;. )
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t: "..:., '.. ,., \ .. .''-; .. .. .. ', ..'... 1,L. : ..':Fined;. .Kill Deer the The second..voters:.offensive, of,Hendry June,28th,county showed ,. .I.... ." ', BY. "WAR'_DEPT.' .. .:'./_ .Begins. July' First "

j .. ..;:... : The'last, few days of'a heated state : < a.. keen_ interest in the workingof The Okeechobee flood h' "
,4' political campaign" are' being "entered' Four f Indian: bucks, pleading guilty the? tivprking of, their. local and ject which has been under : N. Sorrell, of Ocala,. w s_ ,varcl-

f r: .into by ci1n'dldates'ana political., 'followers to charges of having deer meat, in state. government- the.June. ,7thelejction nearly two years faces' I contract to carry mail on.. the
I .-; 'wIth more" Interest being't their possession' : ..out r season,' veresentenced and the interest' is stir -' Palm. Beach 'star
: ) 'tain necessity of 'slowing- .
. shown locally' than in any'previbus'. '' to 'one day in the Hendry fiin'to, ,. ,, the sec'on'd, primary.: : the original schedule of" I route.; I '
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r "\,' t,. ;.' "campaign... '. county jail.. by. County, Judge. .. .Rider. This. ,is, as. it should. be.. It .is. npt as mapped out by army The contract will become'effective
f r- The second primary: ballot, to be Monday, fair to, boost. your' fayorite! men ,in, the third year of first, A. W. Lawrence Clewis

i... ,; 4': voted on Tuesday 'will. 'be' 'short' In; The Indians; JBi': :own .Tiger, Robert I the first 'primary 'and "then resign'I I Okeechobee. Flood'Control i postmaster .says. I The man will

length, having'''onlfourteen: names Osceola, ,'Charlie Osceola" and" Jack ii-9rri; the. .ranks.} You: owe ._ your which under the hauled over this route_by .. .the
: .<. 'listed' the" state offices and '' support through both campaignsThe .. ', 1 Motor Lines, who have sub -
.;\: .. for seven Osceola: admitted, in open. .court._that : congress' and :according to : '
.{.... 'fh'ree'races to be decided 'by"'countywide -' they had"killed' the.. deer and said I : record: made by Hendry county: went of the district, 'is' to 'the'route' from Mr.'So"frell.

,, '. .q''. vote; one county commissioner that 'by displaying the hide and. in the first primary is one. of whichwemay.all i two million to' the : Under the new' schedule to be
: e'i..;. and one member the county school ]i.head they had understood. that: it, be' justly' proud. It shows en million dollars. finds July first, iriail will leave

-c''. board will ,be' nominated in :the runoff -]' was not against the law to take the that, we are. taking,.an. interest: in our; only $100,000 of the $ Palm Beach-daily except, Sun'

0 election. I.game. ''out, ,-,of the white.., man's. ,sea' government; which in ,turn, showsthat scheduled..to pay over June : at-S=a.--Tmd"wilHirrivfc' Tit
-J.-'ti'! The two state offices "attracting son'.,..They were- arrested: by Deputy we' are concerned" in' our. own' cording, lo Senator A. W wiston by 12: 30': It scheduled(

:'k" Jhe center of 'the' political ge here I W. W. Hayes... near... the, Indian reser. .. private, affairs.EXTENSION. .: : I.chairman of the flood leave \viston--at' '12'30' and ar-
.>, goverhorsliip"and state' "' '" -- at West Palm Beach 'by'5'. m.
c; ; :.' are the' the vation., ,
On June 3 the
.. ;;:j/. comptroller's post; The: rollow 'rs' of I Upon released from jail Tuesday I. .available route is- 78.25 miles in length
';'" 'Martin and Sholtz 'are"taking more' they went; into' the' 'judge's office "to ,PLAN on'the': project$2,450,000 this touches the following ,points,::

t""\ .' than ordinary interest' in the"cam- say theyhad. .. .learned' a-.lesson. :: inlaw I'increased $700,000, from Azucar. Canal Point '

. paign 'of .their respective' champion a'nd'that they would never take. Chosen, Belle, Glade: ,, South.: ".
.. .. -- -- REOPENS LABELLE :control board. The' federal Lake Harbor, Ritta Glew- {
shown-by.the-heated-argumentsl : and
as deer ou tof' season again: .
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llr: |ment makes its .funds" :: ;: : :;:::
: .-.: -taking .placeheredailvonthenieritof --This--ffl-one-of-the-fe-w-'. OH
: basis of three .and
the'two gubernatorial candidates. record this of Indian : one-half The contract was held 'for; the
in county an
.., BANK WEDNESDAYDEPOSITORS ,iso when; ,the district beard '"
f In this county the next most dis- being hailed into court on chargesof $100,000 i to cyiousen-:: : 'Emery:-Devaire_ 'trTu

,1Jff cussed.aceis'thatjof; representative, 'game violation:: X"c6mrnon':rnis- f I government will put. up contribute the Everglades: bus! line. ..; __'_

iri: congressfrod.-the first COl :[:.arfiongJL
} understanding. white
;!: :AGREE TO FREEZE' time will be cut down to $3
:,;,. :, :, "sional districtrwhkh: being con menJudge ':R d r-said, is=titilfi effect -- FIFTY 'PERCENT FOR" making total of $450,000. R. Holland Died'

", ed by Congressman Herbert J. .re.s-1' that Florida's game laws do not FOURYEAR TERM: :

i' -: /i-:,, and J. Hardin PeJ.prsont bothof: ] pr.ohibitt t :Indianstfrom! taking game I. The the amount more is than a huge three' Tuesday At Miami'W. !
I'. : :y land. The other"congressional" at any season of the year. This, -. I
The Bank of LaBelle which closed which the
l :,. that for the newly created offjce! ofcongressmanatiargeii I IM however, he saidL is an error, the army I ', '
: not drawin,g Indians }b ieingoverned 1 by the same April'19th was reopened' Wedne'sdayjvitti I had scheduled work to cost (West) Bob Holland, '64, 'col
the attention ofthe.'uotecs': ) JiereTjsince faws as the white man. \ fifty percent of deposits frozenfor the coming' twelve ''months. and editorial1 writer ,of the

workers for neitlier Tohn'T;... lsop.Jr,' _,. i Z cta n & a four-year' period'tiiid r anagreement" ly slightly more than was 1 Herald, died yesterday. .at his
of depositors as" plannedby during the first twelve : in that city.'He'wasoueof'rthemost. -,-. ;- :. '
of Jacksonville. and W. J.
Sears, former congressman'! from the, \t ARM; BROKEN: UN FALL Comptroller' Ernest Amos. the project, when the work = widely
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first district have been by'ivorkinglfor 5 1 : 'The reopening of rthe institutionwas I| ely experimental ? newspaper men, in .the'Unit: -
these for the authorized"Tuesday at a' meeting I the preliminary surveys': I States and his 'acqualntencea
aspirants post. I A. O. Ward, clerk at the commissary '
,,.' Both : of the depositors called by' Circuit -. To date '1210882.24 leading newspaper-executives!
Ernest Amos and J. M. Lee, I I of the United States Sugar Cor .

in the .run-off ?comptroller, : have poration, suffered ,a broken right Judge 'George expended on the fleod leaders In public life way;. *- exten' ,

.' :;' :. supporters in, this,.county, > .'n''l I arm .when, he Clipped, .and fell in the of'Ft. Myers. More \Vhitehu'rst'l 1 ject of which the flood. '" -SHe
; attended the! meeting : has contributed $210,027. was's'tr ko'efrith a heart ail
.'1,,; ... Three.,of the most, important! ? fIr ; commissary, warehouse. here: Fridayt; I
: '. :fices..in' the county will be filled in X-iay photograph of the injury. show: ment for reopeningva"s. almost'iirianimous amount has been spent as' I I about a week ago' : and Jailed

the election Tuesday: Although keen -one bone to be shattered at the .- Completion. of dredging by rally. . _
r ..' interest has been taken in the state l tivrfstand 'a'chfp broken from the The' "agreement was reached" that in the Calooshatchee' canal ; :Mr. Holland was noted for his
the"depositors' freeze, fifty per'cent lock number 3 and lock ;': H. -a.
campaign,' 'candidates' for these local< large bone 'at the elbow. Although.. I was newspaperman
offices have not allowed the'Interest the 'injury'is'paiI ful, it is not of their deposits 'for-a four-year period -I $14,000,* improvement of : of.-his ,life.!.and "reported .many.of; ;

.' in local affairs to be overshadowed |I dangerous ,oo' con-I'!1 the' remainder to be' 'returnedin canal by construction- sid ''I I famous news stories which_de-

local na'nrs f,r offices to ,I II' 10 per cent dividend checks as .1 age structures, $175,000; during his career. He also
: Thp
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'- ,'.narron: Tuesday's ballot ;will be:!I'JUNE':IS POOR MONTH'-FOR ;11 11l I| soon as the funds are available.,in' ,the St.Lucie canal to in his mind, many of the

):rr. Sheriff; H. L Pelanev and W., CUPID IN-HENDRY BOUNTY One or two depositors voiced objections -root by 80-foot, channel; '$ ; ; of his time,.. .-,-. '. .

i 'Hooker. ,; For: TaAscessor. :, C"I l j I II .to. the' scheme. and 'their' claims.. 1 construction by contract -
ely I 6 miles of levee between
;.;T;. n!'-' o- "nd V7 L.'Murray; ForT It may be the. "marry month of j jJune" were, settled satisfactorily.; project'N TO PREPARES. __ _'
r '' I j J. H.Fearspresident of' 'the Lee ton and Moore Haven, $410, ; .==-' "
v.Jj' .Taylor- J. Collector: n.:. E: Kelly. and :T. L.:-I I,, m,ftP t ,places .Jlt.JJ.. is. ,just|'I.County Bank in Fort. Myers: is slated I struction of approximately 'FOR RAINY, _SEASONIn .-. .. )

.. another: month! in the_ calendar, of "
J ,,p as- 'president of thereopened "Bankof a- half to 2 miles of
In for the
County Precincct number two the marriage license bureau in Hen-j preparation yafnysea-
ryt T/iBrl'e' ) the voters will choose, dry county County Judge Rider said LaBelle,' -and stated that he believed nel and levee along the which seems to be scheduled for eo

t. 'between. Ray C, Hull and. MarkPoolp Wednesday.;. There has been only the other' officers' would be 14,000; engineering and summer months, unpaved streets
about. the' with the -exceptionof gencies 5207460. During "
F i. for_ .r'ounty commissioner. ,. I.d. one ,marriage license issued. duringthis ; same Clewiston are being graded and
.1. h school district{ One, (Felda and Ft. month that was.Jn the early. .I. W. Christie former 'preside'nt. year $394,807.64 was also. with" all curbsan'd drains
; 'DjT>. l't pram of A.G. Carr and Gordon Perry, former bookkeeperof in' preliminary work. to properly off the
s carry
is than 'r
part, ,and! the month, more_ '
the, Foit Myers Bank, will act 'asj proposed expenditure "
f M. L Williams will be placed on the half i water expected to fall during
. gone., ? which will ,
Cashier .of the LaBelle bank 1I year now have '
t t'
< lJot for school board member from I I months of July and ugiist.
.,, I -The. Lank -went ,on the 20 percent i curtailed beoause of the
r .. : tViat district CONGRESSIONAL CANDIDATE i, Some inconvenience is-being;caus
..with .other Collier ability to raise the
ruling, along ,
'- HERE | .temporarily.while--the. '.::work is
, t SUNDAY'S GAMES IN'THE .. ., f J ., ,' ., I[banks ,on January. 20th,. and operated -i contribution, to' the done, but this 'will be' ovei-

'- "Congressman" -Herbert. .- Drane, ,, of I under that .plan.;until -the state: included construction by by the benefits::; to be. de-
'EVERGLADES BALL, LEAGUE_ __ i Lakeland candidate for re-election i iI I banking department closed it. April south-shorE"; from the completed work. ,
["was in"Clewiston Monday the interest levee '
'. I in i jOf ,: $1,525,000J-; During the past twp weeks local,
The Clewiston Cane Breakers will of his campaign. While'here I .' : j 17-footfloodgate structures have fallen almost '-dany'; ;::but
10Buff ;
I,. ranet Rabbit Cothern's' LaBelle Sluggers Congressman Dranc..spent some time Thanks-t VotersFor : i south and north"'levees; '$ "the drainage. canals,and--prcper ,
in Clewiston .Sunday afternoon- j in viewing .t.lJe. flood, control. projectnow edging the Caloosahatchee in shape no water has re

.'.: add Belle. Glade will _play the .Moore. being, !: earned :4 FTven team in Moore Haven, for the'I he said, he was one of the Support son by.-contract, $900,000 :

scheduled weekly] games of 'the" Everglades : sponsors in ,Washington- in his previous -' _-' I i 1 spillway improvements :MAN: STRICKEN WHILE ;
baseball\ league. ., 'terms. R. Hudson Burr,- candidate: for,' Caloosahatchee canal, $ IIEARING: __FIGHT BROADCAST
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Ab: -- the: State railroad' commission, who gineering and contingencies,

received the, highest. ,number. : of votes,,000.j A well' known'Arcadia man, J, F,

: : : Diversification i Pays the Trucker As:. Well 'in statement the first_expressing primary! has appreciationfor issued a j it the Important on the the t died from, ..the effects
year was
11 ; -C9.D: a heart attack which he suffered:
The General Farmer Research the support. ,of Ns..friend that rmiles of leveesaround: ; the listening to the:, radio 'broad-1

,, Expert SaysBy enabled ,him to, .lead the field. ofseven I!shore of Lake' ,..Okeechobee' of the championship battle be
candidates.He enters the I of $1,525,000 and which
tf. ;!; > was : .-:Max Sdhnielliiig and Jack
run-off' on June_ 28 with W. B. .Douglass -|'f&; : to prevent. :; "a ? .. i.o Mr Stonebraker, father
( Spuds. Johnson) many chances that diseases and insects of Lake City. !;i:i)ake waters !In" event. of high I the mayor of Arcadia, was! 68
.. ---- will play havoc; unfavorable' Mr. r'r-'o.rni rlY,, was a member'iof !;The contracts is the largest! ; of age. . '
Diversification" of 'crops' has been ,'weather conditionsvill interfere, or the- railroad commission- sErying!!ture included LJa the -

.. I ? rtcommended for' the general farmIng the market will go to pieces' before for more than 2Q" years, a, greater; faces temporary abandonment '
". ': areas for 'years 'and Tears. Also, \I the crop is sold. part of the time as chairman, hiss 1 time because 'of the June 30 will have to be matched

' 1 in recent years it has been recommended ,That a person should not put, all associates h noring' him. with thfl l nancial,, condition of, ,the a $700,000 contribution from

for _the. truck ,growing sections I of_ his i e.ggs.J one basket_ is, almost 'chairmanship i "because of his :thorough -:trol district. : flood-control district, of' which,
;.' of Florida. Many truck growers proverbial. However, Florida truck familiarity. )with! ,the .commis- : The following"dispatch } '$100,000; will be available on
have found during the last year or 'growers have been doing just that sion's powers. He also; was widely tlay's Miami Herald gives date, the dispatch: said. "
,two that -diversification really Is 'a for years and years. With the declinein recognized' throughout the ,United a plan which has been Mr. Skipper suggests that the tax

..: profitable thing to do, and is of 'considerable prices' has come a realization. that I States as an authority o n. subjects Glenn B. Skipper Republican :: 'b.'used to 'create sinking .
.' importance from the standpoint dherriflcation is 'bett r.' with: which the 'cQ.mmission..deals" (for the district' to raise its to .take ,care of the annual ,I'
: of the health of the pocket- The tomato growers of'Dade'county and at one time was prominently )Jn order' that the 'work' may : on the bonds Issued. The .J

;: ,- 0 book. are growing squash, potatoes; egg- I !mentioned 'for .a seat on the Inter-I :ward: '..wtththe' original iaterest; ,6 per cent, would ,
:: Growing almost any truck, crop plants,. and -other truck crops. In state Commerce.. ,Commission. The A $700,000 issue of bonds to $42,000 yearly. '

is an expensive proposition especially\nearly a.nytruck growing county,.the statement. of _Mr lurr.follows. : the quota of the "Though it Is not probable that

l.. as ,ft.i. is practised: in this state. .Off t,story ,Is. ,similar. Where formerly a "I take this' means of publicly Control district necessary to bonds could be sold in the
". ; reason production is much more ex-(county might have been noted as a expressing: my sincere, appreciation $2.450,000 contribution by. I today, it is possible,. If prop
: pensive than in-season 'production.The one-crop: county, it is' now gaining I to the friends and supporters who Aral: government this year presented that the' ReconstrtrcA ,
truck grower who spends heavily i' prominence for the variety' of products made possible my commanding lead cated yesterday by Glenn : Finance Corporation would han-
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for fertilizer land preparation, seed being grown by its truck growers over a :field of :;seven :candidates for per, Republican candidate them," Mr. Skipper said. "It was

: 5n"; .and. cultivation' onewax d-ynly! / one :I Shipments;, .:this spring have state*- railroad commissioner' in the gressman at large., ,;' that nditions of this'.kind
I \ ;>,, .: truck crop ijjTtakfng( a l1J"I.'IlQ.'o..nAlos; shown. t ie "grow ersythe Wisdom of the :June 7th primaiy. a j An Associated Press arise when the 1930 act was
:i' I'" ing'moneywhlleMhe } rowe'r' who policy $ dlversif aUon. The growers With: complete returns now in terday staged that the ,. for ,the ,act authorized the
I -,-' : pipes. sev '
:. '' 1.:'Jo 'clear some money on some of cleared eome money this year, in I: from approximately 16.000 to 35- lo the, inability .of the 'dist if necessary to fully co-operate

\ J :A ''lH'mr "' oftl: !\r.l r-tld. whafjhe clears the '-ofjliardttimes.'iand: are optimMfar. : 000, and my lead over Mr. Doug- raise enough tax ,money to;co- the government. ..
,;' .," grin his liable.'cfopsi : likely'will' .' .. t'.11 An t' ; die The
-r" ,- < lass of, Lake City; w.ithyhom the with government on the federal government has con
!\; ., '' more 'thn 'offset what he loses n'j' No doubt the practice will be more,[!run-off; w lIe: ia. 16,443..My own to-two basis agreed upon.. ;'up to the- present. time;

.y. ,-..; ;*: his.nnprofjtable onesr".5---......-,', ......' t 6 g.raUy.adopted. 'next fall and win-!vote.is 52441., All I'ask of .my: 450,000 made available for to the _project and the .

'?;.<.. : ''li Ztn. onty"cuu8'crog, 1.Mre'a re ttraa rer ---r-arr.- ,..raf.errrw.... -.-" ,,. \0 (C nUnued on ,page:four)., I.Itruction'. of dikes and other' h'a&: raised $210,027( "

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THE CLEWI8TON !NEWS ery resident of the state," says Bos- 11 :!Q ::t : I am getting acquainted with my between playing bridge and going to
tain. "And it is a little realized neighbors. In the last six monthsI the clubs, she was never at home.

Published every: Friday In Clewiston fact that the same Florida, the same I i BAGASSEWell have become acquainted with folks We got stuck up and hifalutin'.
Florida by the CLEWISTON NEWS attractions that northerners travel I who have been living next doorto We even took down the old family

Inc. hundred of miles to see every win I me for three years. I am followIng bed and bought a set of twin beds _'
Floridians at tt: lC:: tCl>!:: t installment plan.
ter, are available to a the Biblical admonition: on the '
Entered as second class matter, fraction of the cost. It's like buy- Sharkey took fifteen roundsto "Love thy neighbor." One of my When I would come home at night

February 1. 1927, at the Post Officeat ing an automobile at the factory dis establish himself as the new neighbors has one of the best look- If my wife was at home she would
Clewlston! Florida, under the Act count." Ing wives I have ever seen. She isa always be in her bed and I would
heavyweight champion. Practically
of March 3, 1897.A "It is estimated that approximately dandy. I am getting acquaintedwith crawl in mine. If she came in lastit
one-tenth, or 150,000 of Flor every one here was keenly interestedin my neighbors and learning to was vise versa.
newspaper devoted to the beat ida's population go vacationing each the fight, and even a battering love them. We like the depression. We have

Interests of Hendry County, Florida. summer. If these people only spent fight can be a relief from politics Three I ordered come down off our pedestal and are
years ago my
Its leading newspaper. this would ,and it afforded all of us a breath- and
$5.00 a day for one week clothes from a merchant tailor really living at my house now
vacation budget of : ing spell from talking local and affair Is being used.
a summer two or three suits at a time. All the old family
Subscription rate: per year$2.00 $5,250,0003sum: which if kept I state politics. my clothes were good ones. I was We are enjoying life. Instead of

Outside of State of Florida ......$.50 within the borders of the state And speaking of fights, we now' always dressed up. But now, I taking a hot water bottle to bed

would add considerably to the sum- ''II look upon the politicial arena with haven't bought a suit in two yeaw.' these cold nights she sticks her
':J Advertising rates furnished en application mer business volume," Mr. Bostain Dave Sholtz in one corner and John I am mighty proud of my Sunday- heels in my back just like she did

.... iays. i Martin in the other; while just go-to-meeting clothes. At times before Hoover was elected.I .
"It is a f ict, though little known. i off the stage we find Bill Howey all when I dress up, I am dressed up haven't been out on a party in
Business office Clewlston Ne'T"3'1: that Florida's summer temperatures set up in his pugilistic bathrobe and I don't mean taaybe. I like the 18 months. I have lost my book of
Clewiston, Florida. Editorial and average much lower than those of I ready to take: on the winner of the depression. telephone numbers. I believe we

Advertising, :I me. I the inland states to the north. If Sholtz-Martin fracus. The two bat- Three years ago I was busy and are falling in love all over again.

I In addition to advertising the sum- tlers about to clash Tuesday have my wife was so busy we, didn't see I am pretty well satisfied with my

Telephone S3 9 mertime advantages of Florida, we just gone through one skirmish with much of each o ther, so we sort of wife. Think I will keep her, at
can by example take the health cure six other contestants and after a lost interest in each other. I never least till she is 40, and then if I
we recommend to others, we will be i I I three we"ks intensive training they went home to (lunch. About twicea feel like I'do now, I may trade her

SAMPLE PRIMARY BALLOT able to attract more of our north- will meet In the great Florida arena week I went;, home for dinnerat for two twenties.I .
Tune 28, 1922. ern neighbors to Florida the year Tuesday for the heavy weight dem- 6:30 o'clock.. I never had timeto am feeling better since the de-

DEMOCRATIC PARTY around." ocratic champion of Florida. Both go anywhere' with her. I f I did pression. I take more exercise. I

Hendry County Mr. Bostain urges all business men boys weigh about the same and are go on a party, I could never locate walk to town and a lot of folks who ,

Instructions---- To vote for any candidate to carry the slogan "Tour Florida the same age but what Is puzzling 1 her, and since there was always a use to ride in Cadillacs are walk-

make a cross (X) at the rightof This Summer" in their newspaper the people is "which has the long-I "blonde" or "red head" available I '' ing with me. I like the depression.My .
his advertising and to place display: est reach?" One is going to reach didn't worry so much about it. digestion is better. I haven't

name. cards in their windows exploitingthe out and get in more votes than My wife belonged to all the clubsIn been to see a doctor in a year. I

Florida summer vacation idea. the other and whichever it is will town. She even joined the young I can eat anything I want to. I am

For Representative In Congress .State He believes it is not only an econ- be the democratic champion of Flor- mother's club. We don't have any I I getting real, honest-to-goodness food. ____

at Large omy move in a year _of depression, ida. Supporters of both fighters children, but she was studying-and- ( Continued on I'ngc 3)CAPTAIN Y

VOTE FOR ONE: but it, will materially improve con- have been telling that if his man
ditions throughout the state. wins out In the nomination Bill v
John T. Alsop, Jr. Howey will send a letter of, con-
""" "If we Floridians can get better
W. J. Sears gratulation and will not enter the
acquainted with each other and
For Representative In Congress, First learn of the attractions to be found ,, ring in November. However, from

Congressional District: in every section of the State, it w'll ; the Republican press of the stateI HURD l. REEVES
well as letters from the Howey
assist in a better understanding of I I I
VOTE FOR ONE: the varied tourist appeal of Flo"'daand raining, camp, there is nothing to
j i the rumor.. In either case Howey
Herbert J. Drane :
help to spread the vacation Lu jT: Hardin PetersonFor ness volume throughout the entire will get down to fighting togs and Is a Candidate for Re-election
the boy from the Alps of Florida
peninsula, Mr. Bostain say-: I
Governor: will be in the ring when the bell '

rings for the last round of the political ASSESSOR
fight. ; .
John W. Martin ,
By Edgar A. Guest Turning the focus of attention to '

Dave Sholtz Hendry county's arena, we see Bill '. .:
Murray and Hurd Reeves with the for Hendry County
For Comptroller: Said a five inch trout as he scamp
ered back, gloves on in the tax assessor's class
VOTE FOR ONE: with the crowd yelling on both
'Xot all of the hlmlan race is
Ernest AmosJ. Mack. sides. Then in the_ tax collector's .
Captain Reeves was born in Macon county, Alabama, November 23,
classification find J.
.- M. Lee"For we L. (Jim)
1882 and to Florida in December, 1896. Enlisted in the United
L 've jut met a sportsman in a boatA Taylor and E. E. (Kid) Kelly going came
Railroad Commissioner: fearful man in a leather coat. through strenous training (with States Army at the age of sixteen for service In Cuba, later serving in

VOTE FOR ONE: plenty of road work) for their scrap. the Philipine Islands, Alaska, and the various posts in the United

R. Hudson Burr I fought for my life, but his line Then in the heavy weight class we States. In our trouble with Mexico, he served in the sixth U. S. Cal- :

was strong see H. L. Delaney and W. C. Hooker vary with the grade of Sergeant, being detailed on special duty as dis-
W. B. Douglass And I couldn't get loose from the mustering their forces for the last patch carrier between General Pershing and his command and General

For National Democratic Committeeman hook's sharp prong. round'for the sheriff's championshipof Bell, in command at El Paso. Texas. While on this duty Sergeant

: the county.. Reeves covered thousands of miles, either on horse back or motorcycleand

VOTE FOR ONE: And I shivered with fright. as I saw There is one thing that can be at one time while passing through Van Horn Canyon in the Big JIo.
said for all of the -- '-
him grin fighters who will "
Bend district of Texas was ambushed by :Mexicans and his horse shot
John B. Sutton With terrible glco as he drew me in. fight it out Tuesday, June 28; they
from under him. After shooting down three of his Mexican bushwhackers -
John S. Taylor are doing intensive training, plenty:
and being slightly wounded himself, he escaped with the dispatchesand
Then the lie '!: came out and his of "setting-up" exercises( both with
For National Democratic Committeewoman line grew sla k, cigars and soda pops, as well as arrived at headquarters only a few hours late. He then went to
And he patted my sides, and he threwme settin' up at night politicking). Theyall the hospital for two weeks and back to duty.

VOTE FOR ONE: back. do more road work in a day commis-
. When the United States entered the World War he was
Mrs. J. Reid Ramsay than Sharkey and Schmelling com- sioned a Second Lieutenant, and as such instructed in the Training camps
Then I heard him gay as I dove down bined did in a week, so we can expect -
,Mrs. Hortense K. Wells for a few months. Then being sent to Newport News, Va. and attached
deep, a good scrap Tuesday.And .
to the staff of Major General Hutchinson later being promoted and
For Sheriff: 'Good luck to you, lad, jou're too like professional boxers, all ''
small to keep.' of the local fighters; Delaney, Tay- placed in command of Norfolk, Va. and the surrounding defenses. Hav-
: lor, Hooker. Kelly, :Murray and ing insisted on oversea service he was given physical examination and

H. L. DelaneyW. 'Yes, said the wise fish, "now and Reeves are hoping for a crowded found suffering with _Tuberculosis, caused by exposure and over workin

C. Hooker then house and the winners will not com- Mexico. At the close of the ''war he was relieved) from his commandby

For----Tax Assessor: The? human family does breed men." plain of Tunney's famous long count Brigadier'General Schnelling and he was sent to the hospital at Oteen,

-the longer the better. Each wants N. C., being confined to his bed for seventeen months, and afterwards

VOTE FOR ONE: The University of Florida has almost a large percentage of the "gate." being sent to Denver, Colorado. for another year. He was discharged in
W. L. Murray 2500 students each year. In I 1921.
1920 less than 500 attended the
Hurd ,
L. Reeves
Gainesville institution.The I Like the DepressionBy The Board of Doctors telling him he did not have six months to

Far Tax Collecter: live,' he came to Florida and homesteaded in the Felda section, wherehe

VOTE FOR ONE: largest small mouth bass ever Henry Ansley resides today. Although with only one lung, his determination and-

Kelly caught weighed'12 pounds, 12 ounces Amarillo (Texas) Globe-News energy has carried him on, and though incapacitated for hard physical -

--- and was landed in Lake Apopka, I like the depression.No labor, he has, for nine years as Hendry county's first, last, and .
J. L7 Taylor Florida lat Walter Harden.TRADE .
r year, by I more prosperity for me.I only Tax Assessor, conducted this office in such a manner as to meet

CMonnC mm ssioner. District have had more fun since the the approval of every tax payer in the county. There is today no kick (

Two: (West LaBelle only) depression started than I ever had or complaint registered against his work. The General Statutes of

VOTE FOR ONE: in my life. I had forgotten how to Florida,_ Section 929-30-31, make it the duty of the Board of County
live, what it meant to have real
Ray Commissioners to "Review, Revise and Equalize the Tax Roll before it
Vwlll friends' what it was to eat common
is 'approved." The records of the Clerk's office will show you that W.
RFlagf1i everyday food. Fact is, I was gettin
ju:t a little high-hat. L. (Bill) Murray, as Commissioner from Ft. Denaud and as chairmanof
For Member School Board,District Three only of the Board for each year that he was in office, certified that this
years ago, one man
One: (Felda and Ft.
Denaud only) the Globe-News organization couldbe roll was correct and fair. And his statements to the contrary are Inconsistent -

VOTE FOR ONE: out of town at a time and he because he certified after inspection that they were correct,

A. G. Carr had to leave at the last minute and and 'he has repeatedly complained of the low valuations and insisted

M. L. Williams get back as soon as possible. Many they should be higher. Sworn testimony to prove this will be submittedupon
times I have driven 100 miles to a
--r------ application by any tax payer.
ClcMTigton for LaBcllc banquetsat through three hours of
Study the ballot carefully; vote bi nk in order to make a fiveminute To you the Voters of Hendry county, I submit the above showing

according to the dictates of your own PropertyTen talk, then drive the 100 miles conclusively to you that I have served my country and my people In

conscience-BUT VOTE. a"k- to be ready for work on the every emergency. I am raising a large family and trying to do my dutyas

nc\t day. a citizen as well as an official. I have never run as an INDEPEN-

BOSTAIX URGES "SEE FLORIDA" Acres Custard Apples Nowadays, as many Globe-News DENT CANDIDATE, nor have I voted for one; neither have I circulated

SFMMER TOURS Under Cultivation, with House, employees as are invited make the cards requesting that my name be written in after being defeatedin

; trips and we stay as long as we the primary by my home people. I am a Democrat, foresquare; I try
Torida Half-mile from Hard, Road
vacations are availableto want to. The whole outfit could
to be a good citizen and the record in this office proves that I have
Floridians at factory prices this Will Trade for Habitable Housein leave the office now and it would
Bum me"," been a good tax assessor. I have faults and I ask you to overlook
not make any difference. I like the
LaTlelle.Clcuibton .
and trust the tax situation to hands for another four years.In .
This Is the keynote of an appeal depression. I have tinge to visit myr'ends these my

now being broadcast by Ben Bostain I to make new ones. Two plain words I am asking you to vote for my re'-electlon as Tax

State Hotel Commissioner in a seriesof /cars ago when I went to a neigh- Assessor. Thanking you. I am yours,
letters to Florida Chambers of boring town, I always stayed at the

Commerce secretaries. Commissioner hotel. Now I go home with my
Bostain believes that the volume of JitllBeardsl friends, stay allnight and enjoy
sunmer tourist business in the State home cooking. I have even spent HURD L REEVES

can be greatly increased if the var- the week-end with some of the boys

iMis cities reciprocate by spending who have been kind enough to invite -
their vacations with each other this
summer. y H's great to drop into a store and TAX ASSESSOR HENDRY COUNTY
"There is enough variety in Flor- feel that you can spend an hour or ,

ida's typography and scenic attrac- Florida two or three or four hours visitingand (Paid political nd'.rtl..mcanO
_tions, north and south, east and westto not feel that you are wasting
provide: the ideal vacation for ev I valuable time. I like the depression. =- p'AGE -



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; sembled that the said Board does now
i uation exercises of Massachusettes I I LIKE THE DEPRESSION :NOTICE determine that it is necessary to issue
tion Tech, where her son was honor grad- I' A bonds in Special School tax district '
(Continued from pngc 2) petition having been received by Number Seven Hendry County FlorIJa
I Personal uate. the Board of Public Instruction of for the purpose of building and maintaining -
Three years ago we had filet min- Hendry County. Florida on the 14th the schools in said district, that
.. week. Now have day of June A. D. 1932 from 25 percent an election be held in said: district on
.. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Prewitt G. A. gou once a we of the qualified freeholder
of the 19th day of July A. D. _1932 to
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hill spent Sun- Augur and L. C. Sturgess spent Sun- round steak with flour gravy. Then Special School Tax District Number 7 determine If said bonds shall Issue,
day afternoon in Okeechobee where We had roast breast of guinea hen, ,'Hendiy County Florida requesting that that said bonds to bear Interest at the
day afternoon in Moore Haven.R. 'an election be held in said district to Tate of 6 percent payable annually that
Mr. Sturgess went to pilot the launch now we are glad to get sow bosom determine If bonds in the amount of i the principal of said bonds shall become -
"Lorraine" to the Clewiston docks. with the buttons. )Flfte-n thousand dollars should Issue due and payable 1 each beginning -
of Moore' by said
L. Roberts Haven districtt for the
Purpose of 1938 to
I like the depression My salary 1950.DREW
building and otherwise
was a business visitor in Clewiston Improving the HAMPTON,
Miss Mary Kline spent the week- has been cut to where I can't affordto' schools in said district. Chairman Board Public InstructionSeal
Monday.J. Upon
motion by Mr. Alston seconded ( Hendry County Florida
end in West Palm Beach visiting her! buy lettuce and spinach and pars- by Mr. Hampton the followinglesolu- ATTEST: .'
L. Taylor and M. N. Taylor of mother. Mrs. Kline and younger ley and we can't afford to have tion was adopted Viz "Re It resolved E. L. STARLINGS.
I(I by the Board
Felda were in Clewiston Thursday on daughter returned to Clewiston for sandwiches and frozen desserts and Hendry Public Instruction of Secretary
,!i County Florida in session as- June 17, 24 July 1, 8, 15.Who .
business.Mr. a few daYs visit before going to: all that damfoolishness which has

Atlanta Georgia. I'killed r more men than the World ,

and Mrs. W. II. Redeisheimer War. I
spent Saturday evening in West H. B. Waldron, of Jacksonville!i I Now I am going to church regularly -, Can
You Trust?
Palm Beach.George was a business visitor in Clewiston never miss a Sunday. I

Monday. He replaces B. H. Reddingas And if this depression keeps,_ on I

Schauerman and C. J. representative of the Pan-Am Oil I will be going to prayer meeting
.. Johnson spent Saturday afternoon in company in Floiida. Mr. Redding before long. .
West Palm Beach. having been transferred to the South I I like the depression.
!Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Downs and Mrs. Alabama district. I Two Men Face the Voters on June 28: ,

W. 1\I.R ledsheimer spent Friday in ELECTING COMMISSIONERSAlmost I

West Palm Beach.J. i AVON.. PARK June 20 (Special)- John W. Martin .

lost sight of it until the Advised of an impending whispering
E. Beardsley and C. J. Lovvorn Associated Press Tallahassee correspondent -!'. campaign on personal matter J. M. Known, Tried, Tested, Safe Reliable
were business visitors in LaBelle .
called attention to it the Lee today' wired a challenge to Ernest -

Tuesday. other day (and by the the A. i him David Sholtz
I way j i Amos to meet, on the platform '
P. is the only news gathering agency, ,' to discuss personal records
Solon B. Crews of Ft. Denaud
.: that keeps a man on the job at the face to face quote like a man." Mr. Unknown, Untried, Untested, Unsafe, Unreliable
spent several hours Wednesday in 'I
capital) is the proposed constitntion-!, Lee's telegram follows:
Clewiston on business.
, ',' I al amendment to be voted on inj i j|i "Letters and telegrams pouring into Voters of Florida may well ask themselves why the Corporation
November affecting the office of, Lawyer Candidate, David Sholtz of Daytona Beach of wealthyand
son a
my office from friends in Georgia
; Mrs.. H. A. Land and baby son. Al-:
returned to Clewiston' county commissioner. I I saying your agents combing state for indulgent father, who provided him with a Yale University educa-
mos Eugene,
tion and a start in the power' trust and utility business, has been so
November off but
is a long way : incidents my private record please
I': : Saturday from Moore Haven. ; evasive about his origin, his early history his entangling connectionsand
i not too far off to begin thinking these
answer me questions:
I his pubic record. The people are entitled to know these things
Dr., W. J. Buck and K. C. Alstonof I about this amendment and its Im-I "First-Are you endeavoring at about any candidate for governor. The information has been concealed
[ Belle Glade were visitors in port. It has been borne in on our I this late hour to secure information misrepresented, covered up.

Clewiston Sunday afternoon. I consciousness by more than one i!from my old political enimies in an Everyone knows that Governor John W. Martin proved his interest
r -- speaker recently '(and may we with I(I attempt to besmirch my professional I boy who made his own way in the world, got his education by night

Miss Beatrice Kettle, Mrs. Evelyn I modesty say the Star) that the office and private character and standingfor study and made a name for himself without help from anyone else.
I We know Governor Martin keeps his too. ,He 'for
of commissioner is promises ran gover-
county one I
the of whispering
Pace and Herbert Thomas ,spent Satin purpose same
in 1924
nor road He delivered. He
on a building platform. runs noW'on
of the most important if not the against me at the last minute without
hlday West Palm Beach. I a platform of less, taxes! and more money in circulation. We can
most important in the whole county.II giving me notice and opportunity to trust John W. Martin to come through.Can .

Roy Middleton, of Alva, spent several Therefore it is timely to mention I reply?" any- reasonable person read the list of David Sholtz corpor-

S days of last week in Clewiston this amendment now and keep on I "Second-Will'' you serve me with tions connections and believe he is sincere in his professed regardfor

: as the guest of A. W. ,Lawrence. mentioning it after the, election. copies of such information as you intend the Common People?
1 I I When a Corporation Lawyer begins to wheedle, the Common People
The amendment if adopted would!] to use in this campaign and meet
: whisper sweet promises in their ears, the people had better watch out!
Miss Eleanor Wintle spent the provide for a four-year tdrm( for me on the platform in ;Jacksonville
with members of the boards. I I The Corporations have sent their hirelings out with sugared prom-
week-end in Fort Myers her county their, Tampa Miami, Orlando and Gaines-
ises before and what did they ever do for the people?
parents Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Wintle. terms to be staggered, like Hoover's I I ville like a man and discuss these
Everyone knows that Governor JJohn W. Martin proved his iateoxsst
furlough for federal employes pro-''matters face to face along with your in the people when he provided longer school terms free school books

Mrs. W. S. Harvel returned to her pasal. It also provides that com own record if indictments and warrants for the poor children ia the grammar grades; good roads for eVery-

home in Miami Saturday after spend- missioners shall be elected- at largein ,: in state courts which you have one to use and plenty of jobs to go around. That is tke 1 Wad of a

ing a 'few 'days here with her hus- all' counties instead of districts. refused to face before jury of your Governor the people of Florida need again- not a Corporation: Dwyer

: t ; band. \ Some counties use that method now I I peers." with honey on his tongue and a club behind his, back.

which is a safeguard against a small "I friends to attention Look to David: Sholtz' rocor,* in the Florida L. blature.
'f' urge my pay no .
f Hurd L. Reeves- of Felda, spent clique or ring in one district forcing I I to last minute rumors," Mr. 1.. When he voted tet kfll the bill to protect. 1 bamk dej p..ih, W'as
t 1'\\, Wednesday Clewiston in the interest an undesirable man on the whole I Lee stated. "What' Mr. Amos refuses he thinkmg about the depositors ami tae public or tie bi:' money' i f-

: R of his candidacy for re-election county. By giving commissionersa to face 'me with, and what his teresta?
f as tax assessor. four-year staggered term it is be-I magnificent organization 'of $114,000 2. When he voted for thQ leasing of comviota to private farms and:

E lieved, and the Star has previously worth of bank examiners. hasn't'been corporations, was he thinking about free white working men who need-

W. L. Murray of Ft.Denaud, spent,' subscribed to that belief, that better able -to produce in ,the, open >forum of ed jobs? _

; Wednesday in Clewiston in the interest government will result as only I public opinion is not worthy of consideration 3. When he did not bother to vote om the free school book act,

of his candidacy for election- half of the board membership can i I by any voter."I was he thinking about the poor children?

as tax assessor.Mr. be changed in any one year, which ; If David Sholtz; is not trying to pull the wool over the eyes of
r will enable those who remain' on have not whispered at my op Florida people why didn't he vote like he talks?

and Mrs. Fred Topper and the board to. familiarize their new ponent. And if I whisper or my If the average man and woman in Florida have learned one thingin

children returned to Clewiston Saturday associates with continuing projectsand friends' whisper pay no attention to the past it is this: Don't trust a corporation hireling when he comes
V any of it. We stand or fall on those promising the moon with a ribbon around it. The trusts and big -money
from a month's vacation spentin the budget. There are many
issues that can stand the light of interests are behind Sholtz and all the people ever get from them is
Kentucky and Illinois. advantages to be gained by adopting -I "
day. oppression.Stick .
the amendment and, so far as to your old friend, John W. Martin, who loves his people as
t H. L. McDonald, 'president of the we can see, no disadvantages. If (Paid Political Advertisement) much as David Sholtz loves Brooklyn. John W. Martin will cut taxes

Clewiston: Motor Company whose the people are willing to elect a and bring back good times.

home is in Orlando, was, a visitor man for two years on the board, :-.. Paid for by Friends of John W. Martin

:; here Wednesday afternoon. they certainly should be agreeable to,I '- -- .
I him holding office for a longer term L

F Miss Bertie Lee, of Alva. spenta with some assurance, that there will

few days of last week here as the be less politics :in the commission'due

, guest of Miss Jewel Lowe. She returned to the lengthened term.If .

to her home Sunday.M. the amendment is approved it
will, become effective immediatelyand : I
P. Peterson returned to his the newly elected commissionersfrom I

work in the government office here districts of odd numbers will

I Sunday after a two weeks' vacation take office for four years while

, 1 spent at his home in Jacksonville. those from even number would hold HENDRY COUNTY

office for only two ,years. Two years
I Fred Hockaday of Jacksonville: hence the even district posts 'will

H spent several days of this week inc be filled by candidates elected for ,', .
Clewiston on business. He left here four years. This will 'stage the > ;

Wednesday for Belle Glade. election so that, the entire member t........'-
will : Friends have advised mo that a rumor is being circulated
J- ship not change at any election.
r :, 'v'; that I am in league or "LINED UP" with candidates for office
r Herbert J. Drane of Lakeland Under this rule, three-fifths of the "
- a other than Tax Collector.
: ": spent several hours Monday in Clew commissioners elected this fall wouldbe

iston in the interest of his'candi- for four years if' the amendment .'-, ;'; I 'deny that I am inleague or "lined up" with any: candidate .
; dacy for re-election as congressman carries. ,1.: : for any ot'fice whatsoA'erer and ,am taking no part in any contest e '

\(t HI from the first district. Another important provision of ->: ''"' whatever except for Tax Collector Fruther, I challenge any
: person to show otherwise.
the amendment is that all counties ," ; .
\ Parker T. Wilson resumed his du- shall be re-districted on the basis of Your interest in the rate for Tax Collector is that it should .
ties in the Alston Drug :store Monday population so that there may be a :' he in responsible, efficient and capable hands that will render :
r after an absence of several days. He more equal population in each dis- i "' you SAFE, SATISFACTORY SERVICE. : '

" f L rttcnded the state convention of trict. Counties having large cities .G' :._';, If you feel that I can do this better than my opponent "

.: l druggists while away. have been contending for 'redistrict- ;:,' I would thank ')'011 to vote for me on Juno 28th. ,:;'" ",. .

,' ing for some time. Voters shouldnot : ", ,
f ,
I C. L. Downs left Thursday for overlook this constitutional pro- :_" Very truly, .. ;, ,;,t'. ",,:, ,
Hendersonville N. C. where he will posal.-Ocala Star. ,., '.< ,'.,:,'
[ remain for a few days. He was accompanied ,- :. :''
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..' l as far as Atlanta by Mrs Over two hundred million tele- '

: M. Kline and young daughter who 1 grams are sent in the United .States I

t had been visiting here a few days each year. __a EOFOR E. KELLY

Mrs. H. J. B. Scharnberg and son The value of automobiles manu-

l are expected to return to Clewiston factured in the United States dropped

Monday from Boston where Mrs. from 3 billion dollars in 1929 to 1

o Scharnberg went to attend the grad ,and 3-4 billion in 1930.

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Haran.:-The-ChoIce-of 'Hebron:: The',!ferent-I ssons. The following-quest-

STATE AGRICULTURAL IJooil I I vow: Th: Jr.. 3: rlli cesVl The monotheism '-'11 Destruction--of 'Sodom-- The" Divine tioris; one Tof each-lesson""may Abe

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL_ $ qnp-- :: : (one God) of the Hebrews. ''Promise -Abram; The Sacrifice'of used: : What., ,more should .man bedoing'i'to1'
FUNCTIOX 5.The Beginnings of the Bible. ,Jcar&lfori th'e' READY TO Isaac. Isaac Driven from Wells. ,
: The preparation for Moses, the first: The Winning of Rebekah Jacob :GOd has committed to him? 2. W6at1s'thebesrway'tumeettemptaUo"n

Ocala Fla. Organization o'the EeSf$011 of. the Inspired writers. .. Deceives His Father. 'Jacob's Dream : ?

Florida AgriculturalCounci' /as effected I .SubjectReview' ': 'of Book of Genesis 6. The. Beginnings: : of the Higher at'-Bethel. 'JaCOl=WIns Rachel. Ja-. |.-uj-What Gaoiaans- does Godtoday _{-
Civilization{ Cooperation. and love
at, a meeting: in Qoaia Jasi- 7' cob's Struggle With the' :Angel. Jacob ''call uponcChristains'tO'go-forth and

week at a session of- the special Golden:- Text:' --"We_ know- that llthing in: the' home, Industry and fair Meets Esau; 'JOSePh'S'Dream.\\ possess? 4. How .can brotherhood
appointed'at dealing and their result. Peaceful take-the of compeitlon- in
committee for the purpose work to Joseph -Repulses place- -
the annual meeting of the State' :; togher, for good relations$ with others, and their, advantages Joseph in Prison. Joseph Interprets.business? .. 5v, How -can- .the -peaceful
them that -love God to them"ylio
Horticultural Society. in. Gainesvillein the called according" to his ,. An understanding. .of the -Pharaoh's--Dreanii- 'Joseph Stores spirit win the rule among. the

March.. Officers: to serve until are ." :worth .of .temperance. and. of personal. .Wheat.-. Judah's Plea 'JosephDis1 nations' ? 6. How can the young be
'include purpose Rom .8:28; purity: ..
the first annual meeting : 'Reading. 'Acts' 725.815.We closed. Himself to-His Brothers' 1 15eph. brought! to'value'"their1 birthrights?
W. J. Ellsworth: Blanton, president; sson.'the: A ,Review of Characters .. 'Meets Jacob... Jacob 'Before''7. 'Hv."can"labor' &hcT capital1; the

H.. L. Robinson.. Hastings C. A. Sim- ,I Peoub suggest Selected following Notes review] Genesis is peculiarly rich.In great Pharaoh. .. < .'-- .. modern Esau and Jacob, be' brought

eon,.-Monticello, and-R.-.- Wool folk, International from t3 Sunday, School LessonsA -on and noble) characters: and an inspiring Practical Questions 1 together? 8. How can we become

Orlando, rice-presidents; and Marvin review may consist of a series of These are practical questions on. md r ''iivid y conscious' G d's- presence -
Review of Bt"RJuri . .. .
ngs .. ...
brief, character studies,,,written and "' :: I'
H.;:Walker,. Tampa, BecretaryOJjjectifes Genesis; meaning 'Beginning." is modern .problems based on' 'the dU-' ? '" .
; ': ii *' : ] read. The ajor' characters which I ;
treasurer --
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the! "Book of Beginning,. and
:jof: body: [as. definedin : 'niight--well 'consist ;of series a review maybe.treated thus are.sixteennam-j' .. : ,. ..
adopted by the com- ely, Adam .Eye,. ... '
resolutions :
of. sh.9rt talks or., brief essays con-1 Abram, Lot Sarah,Isaac ,Rebecca, Can the. American.Government ..
mittee', are :the" -advancement agricultural ... ,, : : :
sidering .
the various beginnings that I
interests through fair and Jacob- Laban,, ;JJsau? Joseph .Judah.j, .. .. . . .
we have..studied.. Outlines of essaysfolloly A Review of "
just legislation, .in.,both federal and Sayings
state affairs. Heretofore, it was as: : -=- J.any: 'sentences'"of' =Genesis'haye I. 'n'dure'1
1. The Beginnings of a Great -
sorted 'Florida agriculture has suffered -' become proverbial, having enteredinto ; .
Race. Show show Abraham by his .. ..
for our common speech and into
because it lacked, a means
unified expression' off sentiment: migration" ]: .toCanaanlaid the foun- the "literature" our 'racer' and' be THIS QUESTION WILL DIE ANSWERED BY

vhile practically every" other important this dation"was for'cons"the lldated.by Hebrew. race.the work How ing referred"lancl to Christain constantly in books. : -: ." :'.<' 'JUDGE RUTHERFORD: -. ,'j-,:. '

interest has had organized representation of Isaac, and. bow Joseph by his sermons You ; 'collections'conversation. :: :: ::: ...r... r. ,
allmake' 6f
at Tallahassee and :>at great work -Jnt may ..,I'r. ..' .- -- in )
: Egypt, and Jacob by ( person
Washington' i j .*. _, these, each for himself_ or herself.If' .
<; : blst migration .
? thither .
known began the long the pupils will tak turns reading 0 over' a"speciar' Texas: 16 the Atlantic- chain of radio stations > '*
Pacific as
A coast group .development of the-race in that cen' and I.* ,4.- > .. 4 ?J i I .... .. .. .. .. ..' .r
a-saylng "
'giving' explan-

ten the of Agricultural California,Legislative-'Commit.has been highly, ture.tre,. of the world's power. .. and cul- ation, and will continue'an the followingsamples ':;H;:. :... .:-Sunday.Noting; June 26th ,. ...

l have been
successful in attaining similar' ends -given and
It'' was brought-- out in the discussions' .2., -"The. Beginnings ..of the Tribe discussed you ;will be- greatly. bene- "--'TIME:1': 9:00' Eastern Standard---rlO:00 (,lEastern. .Daylight .. .-

: A study! of Characteristics: of the fitted:. ". -? .' 8 :OO' Central Standard-:::O.j.OO; Central .Daylight .. .:

and the'Florida' Agricultural' Councilwas" tribes from'' -what wo are -told about the l>" '.... -.. .. ..
patterned largely after it. 'Mate. I "In. beginning, God.- '- RADIO MIAMI WIOD---------- ,
Esau .,., ..
I (Edomites) and "the twelve "Letthere be. :
light -
rial modifications tiie'ptan
wereadopted I sons of'Jacob, especially1 as"tl; 'c'lat- "God ...:Speaking the time ..Immediately preceding,, the. destruction. of, -
blessed the seventh- and fJ/--
i ,, however, tbat..it..might. be day '
' : ter' -tre' 'pictured *iif connection with modern "Chri15tf\indom\, the Bible declares that 'men's hearts
hallowed '
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better fitted to conditions in this because those
would fail them, for fear and apprehension of
Joseph,'and. in their father' dying. ". It is not good that should -
state.. man thIngs Which they see coming on the earthLUke. 21.26:
blessings. : '' .
be alo 1e. .
Provision was made for aaembership"of Never before''h'ave "th'e"people of America had more groundsfor
'Individuals or-groups: :Annual .3. .The. Beginnings of. Rellgio-,.j+ .-'He- shallbruise thy .headand. such fear thanright' nowToday, everywhere; distress and

meetings will tie held at tile'sanie The -first- temptation.-- The f-t thou halt bruise his- heel.'' perplexity- daily increasing' and hope waning.'The ques-

places/as those t State Horticultural sin and i'ts 'Ic nsequeuces. The early ;1 "Am I_ my brother's keeper?" tion in everythinking person's mind are.: .When ,will the. depression -
p"f.th$ the' revelations of- God, 'to'"Adam: and Enoch! walked with- God:.-- and .. nd?...How. .long: before the millions now out of work
and on second- Eve, to Cain", 'to'l oah, Isaac, arid'J-v-: he was not: for God took him. .. Scan .be given jobs? Can .the politicians and. the. .big! ,, business ,
day..of the ..latter's, sessions.: cob, especially through visions men stem the tide that grows more ominous as the months pass?
.. .. ?nd "I. dp set my 'bowTin the cloud" "
dreams 'The' "If'you have, had enough' irie'n's guesses;;; If you Have hadyour
BURR THANKS VOTERS anticipations an.d:: types I ,A. Review.of Scenes fill'bf disappointment peering around corners for the 'pros

.... ... FOR THEIR SUPPORT of Christ scattered through Genesis c .Genesis? :, is full of interesting and perity, that- -doesn'tcume.. and you want to hear the truth, then

.4. The Beginnings of striking. ,scenes, which,, may be stud- tune in on the following -stations .a.t the timestatedand- hear

--Continued from page one) The;! prayers! of.the-patriachs worshiP'1 ied! for. ,yourselves or.. described to Judge.: Rutherford,, eminent .Bible scholar, author and radio ..lec-
ly of Abr ham- and-Jacob.. the class .by the .various members. turer: .prove. that;, relief is. near! ,.?,.. '.permanent,, certain ...deliverance .
f) lends' and supporters,, Is "to standby 1 ', I'..The: following twenty-four subjectsare .for the. people. of, .all. .nations.r .
tfieir""guns'"from! nolr until, the .
.. .. NOTICE .
suggested -
28th./ .. I '' MIAMI'ARE ._ .
NOTICE "is"hercb; 'slvtfn that an The First Day of Creation. The -
."I_ ve.mad' aa. c ean_campallJI., election will be held in tho- electiom1precinoti i : oWORDS' .n.: :: '.' :: .. .. '
tree: fraai..mud lilfngin-and< appealto in-Special School .tax district':'First, Temptation:: The First. Death.- _- ._ 9
number coven In Hendry. County,.Flor- The Setting Out of Abram .form .. .- -.. '
the supporters-j the unsuccessful ida bn"the'l>th day of July A. D. 1932
candidates-to-cast, -their- votes form Jn- which' duly unHfled electors who .
are freeholders in district will be .. .. '
laid '- : '-
srllrf; ; g them their sport will eligible to' vole toJ determine if bondsshallissue !II : .. : : < .. : -. : : .
be appreciated,. and let's-do all- that- in the- 'sumpf Fjte 11thousn.nd !i .
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dollars for the of -"J "
purpose i
i for drive
humanly possible a to I
building and otherwise Improving.. .. the' '. _
victory- in tile- remaining few-days/-' Schools- jn said district. I I _...' :' '. .:: : : : ..
Harvard founded in, 1636. Chairman Boarl of Public' Instruc: I J "-
was NO SUBSTITUTE' ... _. :;t. ..
Is endowed-for-$108,000,000. It.. ? Lion, .Herr'ty-County, Fla. \ :
.. : ATT.EST: : .; .-.,. .... .. .. .. : '
E. 'L. STALL/PIGS, f : ::: C -
; :
Agric.uJture) claims the attention! '" .." *: < "
of 133,000 individuals. in Florida.- I Secretary.- .. .- cOLDFASHIONED. ybY' rY ,
June172.f..July.- 1, 8. 15.- .
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} r,... Est InMst Amu, a, qoitt gentleman v.+1: "" :" ': -- ?.n l' } 1tioif2Me "
iUliJDILLji.2) record &1' State Comptroller during:Jr.-; ; .; i' ; % 1 }?
period. iII..FJerida'.fu.-1 history.. \

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;m.-Sbie: Com 1".'. # ."" ->
: trollet. Is tH man who keeps'Flo!i ; : s ; .
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f.j 'it aig 1t11i.: office f is second ia importance only"to' '.h'7 of M y ,, r d1

the Governor.' It is a huge ;job involving State fax'colic I! :;;!;.;-;,. wity .

payment of all State bilk and obligations, and .membership .

\M Ll N1'E" D Yariotts.offlcial:boards. He b advisor,.I bat not.,dictator,,of .St".e . : .. .
,:, ;
'. banking a ff atria; -
:: .-.- '- : '. .-/ '. ..': .- n Make .a N.of- .
Because Ernest Amoe has.beelt; uawfiing. tneglect these -- '- -. :

Important; duties to campaign! in his own behalf!, his political l d These :Pact'sERNEST .. . :

: eaemiet dJI him MoId.fasUoited.r r J "
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But somehow we believe that you will:find this eW-fasbioned .

Substantial Inducemente Are I honesty and devotion to doty i,so refreshing' hr public' official Has ,sponsored practically' ,every important -.--
Ernest Amos is'office.. reform In Fl rlba.nk&g :
that yoo'B want to keep -
Offered To Relieve the Acute laws.

His encodes have attacked:;"him with .mahciooe falsehoods. . '

Housing. Shortage Now.. Prevailing . with thousands of words, 'but sot one word of troth abort Has tares tried pass in other vain, stronger to have '

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in Clewiston.: Ernest Auo. i! regulations. r -

Words are no substitute., :for old-fashioned'honesty..' Bat .Has been.a: .stanch

'.' ;" there is an old-fashioned saying that "The man who makes Workmen's, ,. Compensation -
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-- : the most noise has the most.to hide. Ernest Amos' opponent Has made an enviable '

makes a lot of noise. > handling Florida's State !
affairs during a most -
Your State Comptroller must hare a record that's' as clean asa .

CLEWISTON '. .hounds tooth. He must be efficient.; ,And, .above all; 'he Has'reod'i ? 58 closed Leg--------

must be honest. Just remember. that there, is only one kind .good. ,manag.emenLturnaIlg .
-- of onedy. .the old-fashioned.Ernest..Amos kind. Ul'et.into. successes. ,

VOTE FOR : .. -: : .
-' HIS O
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102 \ E S T.; A M 0 S. -- 'As -\ xijinber: of the LeO'i: : .
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4r ... 'If 't l ;41 : '=-lit'-to' further constr : ,

Administration Buildup; Clewistor l $ Florida v H
COMPTROLLERSigned Ask shim or write to Ta'.lahassee: for .
; FOR STATE. his vote on Workmen's 'CoTipcrisa-:; :
, ," ,. Lion and Tax 'Gertifirate-Foreclosure .

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His Record Deserves Your Support Paid Political Adv.UfrlWfcJJlU3U'f .

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