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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: November 4, 1932
Publication Date: 1928-
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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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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;J: :,A VOLUME VI; NUMBER XLV. CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER: 4, 1932 '1l J'7J.... $2.00 PER YEAR
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"'. .<,::: AGRICULTURAL. CENSUS FIGURES SHOW The Ghost Walks Routine BusinessTransacted Board I I'i !iteiitIt4liffltsEIec'Iioll t


: 1520 ACRES PLANTED TO VEGETABLES by
Only routine business was con-
At P.TA.Carnival ducted by the Hendry county boardof As

;',' IN HENDRY COUNTY DURING YEAR commissioners Tuesday when it I nay

',r' was convened in regular session.A .
.. resolution seeking to have the
is. .. Rallying around the call of the state road department repair and 1
ONE ACRE OF RICE; ONE AND A raC tlsBarer
Made Parent-Teachers associa-
L ]r Preparations Clewiston mainatin a portion, of road 147La-
HALF ACHES STRAWBERRIES tion for financial assistance to aid Belle to Imrnokalee, on the grounds

AND TWO JUJUBE TREES LISTED For Duck Shooting the organization to carry on workin that this piece of road is necessaryfor
the local school, Clewiston citizens CLOSING DAYS OF CAMPAIGN
AMONG .PECULIAR CROPS 1 use of the school bus, was pass-
regardless of age gathered at the ed by the board. FIND ZE.LOUSVOREERS:
FOUND IN COUNTY SURVEY.. I Looking forward to an unusually school building Monday night to mix The board adjourned before one IN ALL PRECINCTS

good hunting season in this part of pleasure with business and left a
o'clock, all business having been
With the date of the general elect
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Figures on the 1932 agriculturalcensus the Everglades, especially duck hunt- neat sum of $65 for the privilege of completed. It' was said that a num- ion approaching, Democratic, Republican
of Hendry county were turnedin ing a 30-ft., cabin launch has been arranged enjoying a Halloween carnival stag- ber of candidates, were to come be- and Independent candidates
to the county commissioners Tues for by Mrs. Claud Downs. ed by the organization. are
fore the board to seek a refund on mustering all forces to swing voters
day by J. E. Beardsley, county enumerator ; of the Clewiston Inn. The boat will Young and old alike turned out fees paid by them into the county to their respective candidacies by

showing a total of 1520 acres arrive within the next few days and and did their, bits to make: the car- funds as qualifying fees in the primary house to house canvasses in this
in vegetable produce in the countyas will be kept at the basin north of nival one of the outstanding successes and that of the 'expenses of county.
having been produced in the 12 the Inn. The boat is now on its of the year.Children the
conducting primary did not use Monday saw a few candidates from
month period ending July 31, this way to the waters of Lake Okee- of all ages came bedecked all of the funds paid in by the unusually LaBelle. Ft. Denaud and Felda in
year. chobee from Everglades where it in goblin attire, to lend a true long list of candidates. The Clewiston renewing acquaintances
Included in this acreage is 149 1-2 has been stationed for the past few holiday air to the occasion._ The board was told by its attorney
RoyD. and meeting new voters in the last
acres of cucumbers, practicallly all months. It will be piloted by Capt. older people, not to be outdone by I Stubbs, that no provision is made swing through the county campaigning

of which is in the Felda section of Ed Johnson, veteran sportsman of the youngsters joined' in with the I whereby the county can refund such : It also saw candidates who, are
the county. The figures sent to the Lake Okeechobee. festive spirit, and although only a money. The matter had been discussed residents of Clewiston making cam
state department of agriculture by Inquiries coming to the Inn cause few of them donned grotesque cos- at the
a previous meeting of paigns in the other localities in the
the county enumerator places the Mrs. Downs to predict that a large tumes. they loosed their purse strings board, and no disposition made of county. With the approach of the

.4 I value of this acreage of cucumbers nmber of sportsmen from the east and took part in all the spirit of the request of the candidates. election, which is to be held Tues
at $20,50. However this figure does coast will hunt in Hendry county Halloween.A .
day, additional vigor is being shown
not represent the actual cash receivedby this winter. program of entertainment was
by political workers of all candidates.As .
the cucumber growers for their furnished at the beginning of the INJURY FATAL TO
the week wore on interest mounted
crop in the last season. The figures evening with readings by Mrs. N. A.
and will be at its highest peak
given to the enumerator placed the NO REPORT MADE Nielsen, and Miss Frances Munroe,
Monday and Tesday as every effort
value of the crop at normal figures.In and a couple of pianologs by Mrs.E. T. E. GONTERMAN; will be made to gain support. Not
the past season the March frost .
R. Fontaine. Smiley Browningwas
only is interest being shown in local
killed a large portion of the acreage ON PRISON STRIKEAT called to the stage and entertained -
affairs, but national and state offices
causing much of it not to be marketed. the crowded auditorium with two DIES AT ST. LOUISSPEEDING are coming in for their share of

INDIANTOWNPRISON harmonica solos. the street discussion. ,f
Two jujube trees were found on
After the program, the kiddies the commissionerswill
CAR RUNS DOWN AGED Saturday county
the R. C. Skaggs place at Ft. Denaud.
were called to form a ghost paradein
meet to'prepare the five ballot
MAN- AS HE WALKS FROM:
These peculiar trees were valued on which all of characters
types were
OFFICIALS MAKE INVESTIGATION HOSPITALT. boxes for the county precincts, and
the enumerator's report at $10 each. OF STRIKE; WILL seen. Ghosts, pirates, cigarette girls, check over the details for the elect
Jujubes are essentially tropical trees REPORT LATER tramps, and what-nots, swaggeredacross ion.
bearing' fruit similar in size and the stage while judges triedto E. Gonterman, 72, father of The polls will open at 8 o'clock
shape of the loquat fruit, but havinga decide the prize winning costumes. Mrs. J. K. Mowry died in a hospital in Tuesday morning and remain open,
distinctive flavor. They were in- Prison authorities completed in- Little Sonny Boy Vaughn was nam- Granite City, Mo., shortly after noon until sundown.

troduced in to this country from vestigation of the prisoners' strike ed as possessor of the best costumefor Wednesday as the result of injuries I The county is expected to poll a

China. did not make public their report. boys and a tie between Little sustained :Monday evening when he large percentage of eligible votes.

The figures give 'the acreage of The trouble started last Friday Sue VonMach and Mildred Thomaswas was struck: down by a speeding au There are 1021 voters in the county

merchantable timber in the county when 30 or 40 of the prisoners are called by the judges for the ,girls. tomobile as he was returning to his divided into precincts as follows:

at 1405, and the acreage of non- said to have called a workers' strike Then the fun started. As soon home from a visit. with his wife was i Clewiston 4j51, East LaBelle 82, West

I merchantable timber at 217. A total when the camp officer, Capt. C. Mus- as the program had ended, Madame was in a St. Louis hospital.; 'LaBelle 248, Ft. Denaud 112. Felda
I of 517 acres of pasture lands is list- attempted to place several of
grove Zeluka. the fortune teller. and rep- The aged gentleman suffered two 'I 112. .
ed on the report, and the number of their number in solitary confinement resentatives of "the greatest _collec- broken legs and a fractured skull. I Among candidates in Clewiston

.. ::t f" acres. under_ cultivation, is placed at punishment for having flogged the tion of freaks in the world" beganto Meagre information received here I this week were. Everette Burchard,
20372rfor] Hendry county.A camp cook, a trusty. Jealousy be- bark: their wares. The door to Monday night told of the accident. Republican candidate for representative

study of the report shows a majority tween the trusties and "gun men"is Death Valley, with its many grue- Mrs. Mowry left early Tuesday morning ; Alto Hires, Democratic candi-
'r::, of Hendry county farmers pro- said to have been the cause of the some sights was opened, and bark- for Ft. Pierce where she was met date for; commissioner of district

duced average* crops in the past 12 trouble at the camp. ers for the ,bingo game lost their by her brother, C. J. Gouterman of (Continued on page Six)
months. String beans, cucumbers, tomatoes The investigation was scheduled to voices in the bedlam of sounds. Orlando, and together they drove to

egg plants, sweet and irish come up yesterday, but the press of The evening was truly one of the St. Louis, arriving there five hours
potatoes, peanuts, sugar cane both business caused it to be set up one outstanding successes of the year. after their father had passed away. Clewiston Aviator

for sugar and for syrup, soy beans, day. J. O. Gates, prison inspector, Mr. Gonterman, who had spent one
and watermelons formed the bulk of of Bradenton ,is conducting the in- winter in' Clewiston, has a host of Dies From Crash

the produce recorded by the numera- vestigation. GROWERS DECLARE friends here who mourn his passing.He J
tor. Howeverone acre of rice was Testimony of' prisoners and guardswas is survivid by his mother, who I f

grown in the western part of the taken but the nature of their is 96 years of age; two sisters, and : Hope for the recovery of the

county.; Frank Matusiak showed, on statements was not given out by the HOLIDAY ON BEAN two sons and a daughter.Mrs. I: body of Neil Stewart, Cocoa flyer,
the figures turned in, that he had inspector. Information of that nature Gonterman was in the hospital -.and former Clewiston resident. was

successfully produced one and a half the inspector said, would haveto recovering from a minor operation abandoned late this week after fu-
acres'of strawberries on his place in come from Nathan Mayo commis- SALES IN GLADESCALL when she was informed of the deathof Lile search revealed no trace of the

North LaBelle, from which a satis- sioner agriculture, u dbmhvwn erof her husband. She was reported as 'body of the flyer whose plane crashed

factory yield was had. One acre of sioner of agriculture, in whose charge having stood the nervous shock as ito the water one half mile off the
pineapples, valued at '$200, was also I state and road prison camps are plac- HALT ON SHIPPING WHEN well as could be expected. Her con- shore at Cocoa last Friday.

grown by Mr. Matusiak. ed. Mayo had not revealed any of PRICES DROP BELOW, COST dition is not considered serious.Representatives Several hours after the accidenta
Growers in all parts of the county the facts yesterday. He said he had OF PRODUCTION fishing boat located a part of the

hesitated to give. the actual figuresto not received the report. wreckage of the plane which he had
the enumerator and his assistant. I Bean growers in the Everglades Leave supervised building, and in which

G. M. Ford, because they said, the called, a "sellers' holiday" this week the former Clewiston man came to
growers were afraid the figures were Scouts when prices for string beans fell be- For Sholtz Welcome his death. '
to be used in making tax levies. The Planning low the cost of production. At a Observer who were on the beach'

information secured by these seven meeting in Pahokee,. on the east side it tho time the plane fell, say that
year censuses are in no wise used of Lake Okeechobee, bean growers Charlie Miner and C. W. McDonald i Stewart had been looping the ma-
A by any taxing bureau of the state, met and decided to bold their ship- will leave Clewiston early Saturday, chine at a height of some 2000 feet.
they are used only to gain an indexto Sea Patrol Ship ments until Monday in anticipation of I for Daytona where they will attendI Going into another loop, he had

the growth and development of the an advance in market price. I I the gala home coming celebrationthat brought the machine to within 5<>0

state along agricultural lines. Existing low prices for Everglades city plans for Dave Sholtz, Democratic feet of the water when the onlookers -
beans are said by brokers to be due nominee for governor. Sholtz were startled to see the covering
Three members of the Clewiston
to the lack of cold weather in the will return to his home city; Daytona, peel from one wing. The plane im-
Post Meet troup of Boy Scouts will be eleva-
Legion to north where competitive beans are from one of the most strenuous campaigns mediately went into a nose dive, the
ted to the rank of Eagle Scout at
still. being produced. over conducted bv a party (Continued on page Six)
the next court of honor which will
Here Armistice held the
DayThe Loaded cars were on nominee in Florida. After makingtwo
be held here at an unannounced date tracts awaiting a rise in price, while campaigns over the entire slate; ,
next week, Scoutmaster Arthur King mature beans in the fields are not for tho party nomination he wde Breakers Suffer Loss
regular November meeting of said this week. The boys who have
being picked. In a few instances the a third campaign prior to the closing
the Clewiston post of the American made sufficient in scoutingto In Season's Final
progress not expecting an early
growers are days of ,the campaign for the en-
} Legion will be held Armistice receive this highest honor Van
day. are, price rise and are turning under fieldsof tire party "from president to constables -
Ordinarily the meetings of the post Bush. James Wynn and Bob Mitchell. beans, planning to use the soil to ." Game at Ft. Myers
are held the second in each The scoutmaster also roll
Tuesday reports a produce later crops, when the north-. After the gala reception his home
month, but the exception is made of 34 scouts in the local troup.
beans taken off the, market.
ern are town has planned for him, Sholtz will
t in the month'of November, when legion Plans for the inauguration of a When prices rise, Everglades far- take a much needed rest. Before a crowd estimated at 1000,
posts throughout the country sea scout patrol ,to care for the more mers say this section will move approximately the Clewiston Cane Breakers closed

combine their Armistice day meetings, advanced boys are being discussed, 50 or 60 cars per day. I I'I their baseball season in Ft. Myers
with the regular monthly meetings Mr. King said. "To have a sea scout' Prices as low as 25 cents per bushel I Kiwanis Play Draws Sunday by suffering a 6-2 trimming
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in November. ship, one of the requirements is thata hamper,'delivered at the railroad stations xt tho hands of the champion Caloosa

troup must have 10 scouts, of first I were quoted last week. Prevailing : A Crowded House team of that city.
.' HALLOWEEN QUIET class rank, above the age of 15 years. prices last season averager about: I Three singles along the third base
". Our troup has that requirement now.I 175 or 80 cents per bushel hamper 1 j jI I ]line gave Clewiston its first score in
a Halloween passed quietly in Clew- All we lack now is some sponsoring I T. V. Watson, vegetable broker, Playing before a crowded house,I''the: sixth inning. Nail batted in the
iston aside from a few pranks of organization and a skipper. These left this city Wednesday for his home I the cast of The Alley Daffodil suc- run. In the eighth frame likewise,
practical joke-smiths such as mixing details will be discussed further at in Alabama, saying that he 'would cessfully presented its throe act comedy -|NaIl; clouted one to the field to bring
signs in front of business houses and the next meeting of the Royal Palm not return until about the middle of here last night. The funds derived J.ome the.seconnd and final run of the

applying heavy"coats of soap to all Council" he said. The scoutmasteralso December, when it is expected that I from the sale of tickets to the I game.. ,
show windows in the city. No ac- added that if the sea scout ship winter vegetables will be ready for performance are to be turned over to George Rush, pitching for Cle \'is-
cidents were reported that could be is formed here, it will be the first in market. the committee on under privileged ton allowed only nine hits, while
attributed to the antics of 'ghosts.' this council to be given the honor. Although it is generally; understoodthat children of the Clewiston Kiwanis J Noah Scott, Ft. Myers twirler, only
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Among other business to be trans- the fall vegetable crop will not club, under whose auspices the play ;yielded six to the Clewiston batsmen.
G. M. Ford, of LaBelle. assistant acted at next week's meeting will be yield the growers a net profit, indications was presented. I The game; progressed evenly until
\ agricultural ,enumerator for Hendry the announcement of appointments ofa point td a good winter crop Much credit for the successful j he eighth when four Ft. Myers men
county was in Glewlston on business senior patrol leader and a junior which should be ready to ship early I formance is due Mis. ,N. A. per-j crossed the plate to break the tie

Monday; assistant scout master, Mn King said. enough to meet all competition. who directed the, play, ," md place the game on ice..



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J PAGB TWO THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1932

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on her person and a check for $39. descendant of the Garden of Eden

The Clewiston ews But she wanted somebody to pay for I I- fD and Heaven's nearest competitor and
the transportation of her trunk from TOO LATE TOCLASSIFY BY get 'em to stand up and yell aboutit

Publisbed every Friday In Clewiston the railroad station. RUSSELL KAYI like they do for our "Flghtin' Ga-
Florida by the CLEWISTON NEWS, There are plenty of people, honestly tors," why we'd go by California like
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Inc. out of jobs and funds who are she was stand in' still. '
willing to work at practically any I
Entered as second class matter, kind of labor to earn money to buy went to the State Press Conven- cuse it has for existence s to serveas -
February 1. 1927 at the Post Office I food and clothing for their families.I tion last week and It was one swell a breach of promise between the Hints for Homemake
At Glowiston, Florida, under the Act This is the type of person" who is little party. Among other things we Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic I
of Mareh 3, 197. deserving of all the sympathy a peo- took a joy ride around greater Miami. ocean. By Jane RogersVI

ple can bestow. Any financial aid That is ,they ,call it greater Miami, Now we found out what those Cal-
A newspaper devoted to the best that can be given them is an act but if you ask me, that's a little pre- ifornia press agents do for a livin'
Interest of Hendry County, Florida. of charity; to help a sponger only mature. It's GREAT all right. just i between booms-they write school w
Its leading newspaper. makes it less possible to give assis- like you see it now, but wait a few 'books.

tance to some of the many deserving years and it will be GREATER Mi- 'I But at that it won't hurt our
Subscription rate: per year ....-$2.0Q. cases being brought before us each AMI and no foolin.' youngsters to take alesson or two

Outside .f State of Florida ......$2.60 day. You know there's something about from California. If we ever Includea l
that section of the State that reachesout course on get-to-'em salesmanship t
Florida has made a concerted effortto
Advertising rates furnished on ap- and grabs hold of That in
discourage wanderers coming in you. up our schools I'm in favor of lettin'
plication.Eustaces. seeking work. Practically every business and at 'em punch and pep, that gets a Californian write it. When it
right under your hide and makes you whole cockeyed country.
man in the state has pledged .
office, Clewiston News, himself to care for Floridans first, want to click your heels and wavea comes to sellin' a big idea, those !

Clewiston, Florida. Editorial and before giving aid to some person flag and cheer. folks out there have got the rest

Advertising, same. who has drifted in seeking employ- Those folks down there have been of the world lashed to a banana tree
ment. through more hell and high water and the reason they did a darn good

Telephone 339I Periodically we read of some miser than any other part of Florida, and job of sellin' themselves before they
dying with a small fortune in they've taken it on the chin until started out to crowd it on the rest! TO make boiled starch allow a
cash hidden in some spot about his they were darn near punch drunk. of the world. They've been slappin' half cupful of the dry starchto
think that I shall never see, ome. Many of these have accumulated but you can't stop 'em. Back 'em up themselves on the back so long and a quart of boiling water. First

A billboard lovely as a tree. these small fortunes, by spongingand against the ropes and they come out tellin' each other how good they are wet water the, then starch pour with the boiling a little wateron cold

Perhaps, unless the billboards begging, on the pretext of hard with the old left and right and backit that they not only believe it themselves it, stirring all the while. Boil

fall, luck, sickness, inability to work, and up with a "grin." but they sell the idea to the for from thirty minutes to an
I'll never see a tree at all. hundreds of other excuses they have And do you know what the darn I I And while readin', writin' and hour. Then, just before taking: it

manufactured to touch the sympathetic -I fools are doin' down there right,, arithmetic are important and all that from the fire stir in a teaspoonfulof

IDEAL CATTLE COUNTRY hearts of the people. Such now? They are building a lot of!I'lif we-could just find a way to instill granulated sugar.

stories soon cause us to doubt the new houses and laying out a lot of into the hearts and minds of our To set the color in ginghams,
I new streets and improvin' this and boys and girls the idea that
Floridais
truth of any unfortunate who may bel etc., soak the garment for an hour
Scarcely a week passes that some seeking aid. Finally we will beginto that. You might think there was the original cat's .ankle, a direct before washing, in a brine of cold

visitor to this section of the Everglades refuse to give charity in cases we i really a Santa Claus the way they'recarrin' I Tommy..-That problem you helpedme water and ordinary table salt. The ,
does not mention the possibil-
know. ; on. addition of a tablespoon of powdered
ities for raising live stock on the And if anybody down there knows with last night was all wrong, alum dissolved in boiling:
The desire to get something for Daddy.: is also
prarie lands of south Florida coun- anything about the alleged depressionor water, helpful.
nothing is so thoroughly groundedin Father-All wrong, was it? Well
ties.The human beings that if we pass outa grief or hard: luck they sure ain't I'm terribly sorry.
cattle industry Is only one of
takin' time to talk about it. "I said
the potentialities of Florida. Here doleeither through our govenr- Tommy -Aw Gee, Daddy, you With the price of eggs going up,
to George Hilty. "Man, this sure is
facilitiesand ment or individually, we are lessening don't have to worry about it 'cause it's hard for the farmers to "egg"
have 12 month grazing "
we one swell little village, and George
climate in which cattle thrive. I the initiative of the individual.The I none of the other daddies got it the condidates on in the closing daysof
a says, "What, you're tellin me wait
man today who has been forced right either. the campaigns.
This last statement Is borne out by
you ain't seen nothin' yet, get a load
out of employment does not want I
of the Eyerglades Experiment "
reports
of that sky line, boy.
Belle Glade which has charity, at least if he is honest at . . .
conducted Station at a number of scientific testson heart. What he wants is a job- Hollywood. Miami Beach, Cocoanut .*..**..**.-*...*...*.N*.N*.N*....*M.*...*..*.......NYNYNYN. .M.NYNYM. .NYNYH. .NYN. .MYNYM. .NYN. .M.N.N.N.N.N.NYNY. ....MYNYN. .

various breeds and cross breedsof a chance to earn a living for himself Grove, Hialeah, Coral Gables. Miami,
cattle. The calf in Flor- and family. He does not want char- and the people that live there. Whata
average ity. This of course, only applies to set up. Say, if I had my way, I'd
ida begins to feed on grasses much Write My Name and Make a Cross Before It
is termed "good times" and those pass a law requiring every man and
earlier than calves in the northern
who woman and child in Florida to visit r
states. This permits the cows molo were out of employment in whatis
states. termed "godd times" and those this section before I'd permit 'em

Not only that, but the young cat- same citizens will be out of work to lay claim to possessing an educa-
tle take on weight at an earlier stage when "good times" return. They tion. And at the same time I'd make X G. SMALLFor

that cattle from competitive territo- will not hold a job if one is given these peppy Miamians hop in their

ries. The cost of raising calves them. Here in Clewiston we have cars and take a little jaunt to other

even blooded stock, is much less than had a few examples of men of this sections of the state, then everybody County Commissioner, District 1
the cost in competitive states. : ilk. They will let their children would come back home all burdened (Clewiston)

What can be done in raising cat- : go hungry, and they too, will go down with new ideas and Florida .
tle in Hendry Glades and Palm Beach 'without sufficient food rather than would go over the top like a zepplin. -' -
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-counties especially is shown by a 'II take any job that is presented them. And now the Clearwater Chamberof > :i. r:. ',:;>. ;:
They can find many excuses why ;>j. ; A citizen of Hendry county for 11 : :,- ;)
ride through the praries of these Commerce is all worked up about ) ... ,,'>,: "
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counties where fine, fat, range cattle hey should not work, but they will the new geography books somebody'wished I:: 3 ears--a property owner and taxpaj- ''- ,''

may be- seen grazing on the native i get in the neighborhood and, find on us, and object to havin' ,: '--- er of Hendry ocunty-an independent '

grasses where, no attempt to culti- :fault with the economical system of them kind of playthings passed out :' -, I' -...
vate pasture land is made. This I the city, county, state and nation. to our boys and girls. :' Democrat-a member of no political ;::

year the cattle generally are show- I The sooner Florida puts a halt to I From readin' it you get the im- .'. ... clique or faction. : :
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Ing a great improvement over thoseIn the spongers absorbing the charityof pression that' the United States is ; '. .
the same territories at this time the various units, the sooner we i swill a nick-name for a place called California -: :',,-": / "

last year. be able to care for our own I which is bounded on the west ,,'.. '. l '

On the experimental pasture plotsat needy. by the Pacific ocean, on the south by '<'1 j ''', :. It will be necessary for you to write, {,_
the Belle Glade station, remark- Mexico, on the north by a sister ':
:' my name and make a cross by it in ,_:;:
able gains in weight have been recorded Tuesday, November the first, was state and on the east by the also-
for the Devon crosses and the first day for payment of 1932 rans., the space for county commissioner of .;,'

pure Devons used at the station. taxes and a number of remittances The book grudgingly admits that district one. WRITE

What Is being done at the Belle were received by the tax collector there is a place called Florida, but -<

Glade :station for experiment can be by mail and others paid in person I I the way it's described leaves a guy
done commercially in any community on that day. 'wonderin' WHY. About the only ex-
t the Everglades. X G. SMALL



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in St.an Petersburg editorial Evening comment Independent last week. ,

Continuing the St. Petersburg paper 1r XJ..j G. J ckman

says, "Some of the heavy spongers .
have in their
come own cars, bringing
their families, which usually average
about four; persons. They have re- S For Tax -AssessorIf

quired; asoline, oil, food and lodging. I n
And Florida has the habit of fur-
nishing them with most of what they you want fair assessments that
irTi
require." i\ will be beneficial to all of Hendrycounty .

..... ..
The story of an event in Lakeland write my name and make a .

some time ago comes to mind in this at home must be There is no record of a case of cross before it on jour ballot Tues-
connection. An old lady, saying she CANNING in order that botulism that has been caused by day. I am competent to 'fill the office
was 90 years of age went to Lake- the products canned may be commercially canned foods since
and that I will attend
land from Plainsfield N. J.. and call- safe to eat. In this connection 1925. All the cases In the last promise
ed at the city welfare department for Dr. K. F. Meyer, Ph.D., Hooper seven years have been caused by the duties of that office only duringmy

help and Mrs. M. F. Bishop, head Foundation for Medical Research, careless home canning." term of office. I know property
University of California recently "However," he wrote significantly
of the department was touched by the wrote in the American Journal of values and want the job. I will appreciate -
"despite effort
on
every
story of the
elderly and
lady was Public
Health: our part to warn these people, it. Thank ;you.
ready to believe the tale of woe. She "From a public health stand we have apparently not been able
was about to turn her case over to point, it Is imperative that the to reach them."
the Salvation Army for temporaryaid principles developed by the canning For Tax Assessor, Hendry County, Florida:
until the Plainsfield authorities industry be applied to meth- Community Kitchens Vote for One:

could bo contacted for assistance.The ods of home canning. A vigorous In order to attain the same de-
Plainsfield authorities systematic program of continuous gree of safety in home canningas HURD L. REEVES
were education may in time reduceor in commercial canning Dr.
contacted and told, of the" sad plightof eliminate the many unnecessary Meyer recommends the establish
this aged citizen, but to the gen- deaths from botulism. ment of community kitchens in : X 1C0/aG4ma4L;
uine surprise of the Lakeland welfare By the canning industry Dr. rural districts in which home
workers, the Plainsfield welfare senta Meyer meant commercial canning. canning is an economic necessity.
telegram saying that the old lady In the same paper he pointed out These community kitchens shouldbe I
had $19,000 on deposit in a. bank that "California alone has had equipped with large retorts or
there. When she was questionedafter eleven (cases of botulism) this pressure cookers and operated by I (Paid Political Advertisement)
last year and ten of these were experienced people.' That is the i
receipt of the telegram the poor caused' by home canned foods only way in which perfect safety
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' played the role of "flingoe." If you I That's all-this column- will have to

( Mew Bridge RuBes Boost A BAGASSE It.... don't know exactly what playing the I say about politics at this time. There
part of a flingee is, should ha'Vebeen
you
time
VERY LIGHT READING was a when a person could do
at Benbow a couple of Sunday'sago some kidding about the candidatesand
, jA. when VonMach pulled his Princeof their friends, but times have
Penalties and Bonuses Now is my face red? And it shouldbe. Wales stunt. Anyway he
was changed since ,the good old days.
Last week
Bagasse
began delving thrown for a loss about the 50-yard People
, are taking their politics a
into something, which althoughwell line and the commissary building, darned sight
more seriously now than
FIVE MAJOR CHANGES MADE BY 3. .... 150 450 900 known to many: devotees, still against which he bounced suffered a they did 20 years ago.
' LEADING BRIDGE CLUBS 4. .... 200 700 1,400 has a few ,uninitiated who do not four inch penalty for being on his 0-0

r OF THREE, NATIONS 5. .... 250 1,000 2,000 not know familiar the finer with points all and the who intricate are side. Speaking of leary people, which weweren't
VouMach says the commissary was when in walks Jim Beards-
; Five major changes in scoring have Vulnerable. terms of the subject. One of these moved four inches by the impact of ley into the office to make
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ft,," been made by the Whist club, of 1. .... 100 200 400 unitiated happened to be the linotype his body striking vigorously againstit sheet of the Hendry up a recap
\:.:';"-, New York, the Portland club, of London 2. .... 250 500 1,000 operator, and the subject hap- when his horse headed for the census informs the county agri4cultural
f 3. .... 450 900 1,800 pened to be bridge. Last week this building then press and
: and the Commission Francaise --- turned out of the I and the depressed that
i; .' du Bridge, of Paris, with endorse- 4. .... 700 1,400 2,800 column made some little mention of way. VonMach did not turn. still funny that ," "people are
I way meaning that
: ments in the' United States by the ;5. .... 1,000 2,000 4,000 the change of rules which took effect Regardless of such minor casualtiesthe getting the census figures from the
leading exponents of bridge. Tuesday. Something was said about riders are keeping in conditionand
400-odd farmers in this
vulnerable dou- county
Penalties for not increased penalties when one is vul- was
Under the new scoring rules which bled undertricks increase 50 per nerable to keep down "psychic"bidding. the horses are being broken for no mean task. He says that manyof
went in effect Tuesday game at no trick. To determine the penalty fora Well, by the time the men- saddle use in grand style, with no the persons owning or renting
trump counts 100 points, the sameas particular undertrick add one to tion reached the printed page it had injuries. farm land in Hendry; county treated
game in either of the two mnior the number of ,the trick and multi- undergone considerable 0-0 him like a mother-in-law when it
change. for it
, .. suits, instead of 105, as was counted ply by 50. For instance, the penalty appeared as "p-h-y-s-i-c" bidding. Bagasse is not much of a respecterof came to giving out definite Information -
under the old system. for the sixth undertrick doubled The persons nor subjects once it gets on the value of last year's truck
only consolation that is
being
The change is produced by accord- and not vulnerable would be 350 or offered is that,the word physic under way, but there is one subject crops. Seems like most of them con
ing 30 points to the odd numbered means which is taboo here. It is the most sider that information their
six times 50 plus 1. And the total the own :prl-
,' art of healing, and we must all
discussed ,subject on the streets
tricks and 40 to the numbered today
even penalty for the six undertricks wouldbe admit that bids are often made to (Continued on page Five)
ones ,instead of the customary 35 1,350. Doubled not vulnerable heal a badly played hand. j

for no trump tricks. penalties are the same as Undoubled One little I ..NNNNNNNNNNNNNNN. . . . . . . . . . .. . .'
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"0 Bonuses for grand slams were, increased -; vulnerable penalties. Redoubled -
,> to 1,500 when not vulnerableand are twice doubled penalties.penalties writer of this column has always hadis
that if one wishes to find how
2,250 when vulnerable. r" :
Undoubled overtricks, have been Ocrtricks. many readers read a newspaper, just New Plymouth Prices
changed to the suit value. One over- Undoubled, not vulnerable or vul- let some little bone-headed error get
trick in spades, for instance. will nerable-same as suit value that is in it. In a' way it is gratifying to be .?.. 9f

count 30 points above the line instead one who contracted for three hearts reminded of the error with all the :;: New cash delivered prices f. o. b. Moore Haven, Florida, on
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jibes that have been cast in this direction -
of 50.Doubled and made four would made 90 below
overtricks retain their the line and 30 above, during the past week. It
i 4IV same bonus except that the fixed Each overtrick. .J proves people actually read the News I New Plymouth 6s

premiums of 50, 100, and 200 for Doubled and not, vulnerable ...... 100 and have forgiving dispositions. For I
fulfilling doubled and redoubled con- Redoubled and not vulnerable .... 200 each fact,' we are duly grateful. I::
tracts were abolished under the new Redoubled and vulnerable ............200 o-o .+ cars and equipment. Effective November 1, 1932.)

scoring system. ( Redoubled and vulnerable ........ 400 Have you noticed how determinedlyMax + Complete with bumpers, automatic clutch, tire, tube, locks
VonMach
walks these ? And
days
A penalty of allowing the opponentto Slams :: and cover. Special radiator cap and Du Plate safety Glass
call the next lead is imposed for you want to know why? Then lend an .i. windshield.
Lillte-Not vulnerable, 500; vul-
to this
taking a peek at the last trick justto nerable 750. eye : :_s:
refresh the player's memory. You see, VonMach has been gettingthe W
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Grand-Not vulnerable 1,500; vulnerable '
The suit values remain the same: time keepers in trim for the Type Color Price
spades and hearts 30, and diamondsand I 2,250. grinding season, and since the time :.!:. Business Coupe Limosine Blue $653.80 i
clubs 20 ,Honors keepers will be mounted like the Rumble Seat Coupe Monarch Maroon 704.94
Succes at doubled or redoubled Suit-Four in one hand 100; five Royal Northwest Mounties this season .::.: Convertable Coupe -, Black 756.17
contract doubles or quadruples the in one hand 150. No trumpFouraces lie believes they should do some ..s.;. Four-Dogr Sedan Washington Blue 735.70
score below the line. There is no in one hand 150. training in the fine art of keeping a

other premium for exactly fulfilling Rubber Premium. prancing pony underneath them. ,So, -

doubled or: redoubled contracts. Two game rubber ............700 the whole outfit has been' gatheringat i.s.i
Three game rubber __.-n___ 500 the stables at Benbow Farms each COTTREll MOTORS
Undertricks Sunday to take a little fling at horse

,Not Vulnerable 0 Latest census figures give Half- riding. The bloming horses decided .s.,.
Set Undoubled Doubled Redoubled :way, Mo., a population of 100. That'sa they would do some of the flinging .s.:s: -:MOORE HAVEN, FLORIDA
f. .... 50 100 200 50-50 proposition business themselves, and ,on more .!.
2. .... '100 250 500 look at it. any way you than one occassion VonMach had .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :.:..:.:.:..-:-:.. :...:..:..:..: :..:..:..:M :..:..:..
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ttnbap tboollLesson ;_SAMPLE BALLOT, HENDRY COUNTY, FLORIDA



GENERAL ELECTION, NOVEMBER 8, 1932MAKE
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A CROSS MARK (X) BEFORE THE NAME OF THE CANDIDATE OF YOUR CHOICE I'

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Subject: The Christian and World
Peace. For Presidential Electors of the State of For Justices of the Supreme'Court of Florida: For Member of Board of Public Instruction,

Florida I Vote for Three: District Number 2, Hendry County Florida:
Golden Text: "Blessed are the Vote for One:
peacemakers: for they shall be call- Vote for Seven:
RIVERS BUFORD
ed the children of God." Matt 5:9. DREW HAMPTONFor
WILLARD W. AYERS
Lesson Text: Psalm 72:9-17. FRED H. DAVIS

"While the Bible is a masterpieceof GEORGE M. DORMAN

literature, it is above all a prac- WILLIAM H. ELLIS

tical book. The God who Inspiredthe WILLIAM FAIRBANKS "'. ., Member of Board of Public Instruction,
writing of the book was the maker District Number 3. Hendry County, Florida:

of man and knew his needs for HERBERT Wm. FISHLERW. Vote for One: ,
n "
all time. The Christian's duty to .
-"
B. LANIERG. C. E. MINER
promote world peace starts with the

fact that Christ gives peace to the T. McCLELLAN
individual heart. The spirit of Christ

tends toward peace in all the relations -. HUGH C. SPARKMAN
I For Railroad Commissioner of the State of For Justice of the Peace District
between man as well as between No. 1,

nations, and in spite of the turmoilsin I JULIA A. ALDRICH Vote for One: Florida: Vote for One Hendry: County, Florida:

,/ creates, Christ Is yet to be the :
GEO. S.AMESHERBERT
King of the universal 'peace. The W. B. DOUGLASSFor PAUL DEAM

obligation Is upon the church to bea L. ,ANDERSON '

peacemaker. Jesus declared "Blessed -

are the peacemakers, for they F. RAY ANDERSON
shall be called the children of God." Representative Hendry County. Florida: For Constable, District Number 1,

Going hurriedly over the scriptures MILES H. DRAPERW. Vote for One: Hendry County, Florida:
Vote for One:
named for the lesson we have, Psalm
R. O'NEAL R. EVERETTE BURCHARD
22:27-28, "For'the ends of the world E. B. BUTLER

shall remember and turn into the JOHN F. WALTERFor ELBERT L. STEWARTFor

Lord;-for the Kingdom is the

Lord's." And in 67 ,Psalm Is a prayer -

and a prophesy, "God be mercifulto County Judge, Hendry County, Florida:

us. and bless us-that thy way Vote for One: For Constable, District Number 2

be known upon the earthLetthe Hendry County, Florida:
may
H. A. RIDER
Vote for One:
people praise thee, 0 let the

nations be glad and sing for joy-
R. F. LUCKEY
then shall the world yield her in-

crease-God shall bless us; and all For'Sheriff, Hendry County, Florida:

the ends of the earth shall fear him." Vote for One: w

Our lesson next quotes from Psalm
H. L. DELANEY For Justice of the Peace, District Number 2,
72. where the author said, "They
ConntFlorida
Hendry :
that dwell in the.. wilderness shall
Vote for One:
bow before him; the Kings of Tars-

hish and of the isles shall bring GEORGE W. HOWARD
presents; Yea, all kings shall fall United States Senator from the State of For Clerk ol Circuit Court of Hendry County:

down before him: and all nations Florida: Florida:
Vote for One: -
shall serve him. For he shall deliver WILLIAM HULL Proposed Constitutional

the needy when he crieth; the DUNCAN U. FLETCHER

poor also, and him that hath no a AmendmentsVOTE

helper. He shall spare the poor and '

needy. He shall redeem their soul For Tax Collector,.Hendry County, Florida:
For Representative in Congress from the Vote for One: YES OR NO
from deceit and violence and
; prec-
State of Florida at Large:
ious shall their blood be in his sight.
Vote for One: ... FRANK A. DOUGHERTYE. Ii)
Prayer also shall be made for him To amend Section 5 of Article 8 of the Consti-

continually and daily shall he be W. J. SEARS _, E. KELLY tution of the State of Florida relating to County
Commissioners, and providing the County Com-
praised; his name shall endure forever missioners of the several counties of this State
GLENN B. SKIPPERFor their respective counties into fivecommissioners'
shall divide
; and men shall, be. blessed In
districts, to be numbered respect-
For Tax Assessor
him; and all nations shall call him Hendry County, Florida: ively from one to five Inclusive, and each dis-
blessed." Vote for One: trict shall be as nearly as possible equal in pro-
portion to population, and thereafter there shall
A writer has said, "Whatever else Representative In Congress from First HURD L. REEVESFor be In each of such districts a county'commissioner -
Christianity may believe in, it must who shall be elected by the qualified elect-
Congressional District of the State of Florida: ors of said county, at the time and place of vot-
believe in God, Father of all men; Vote for One: ing for other county officers, and shall hold his
it must believe In men of every tribe, office for four years: provided, however, that
the County Commissioners elected In the gen1it...
tongue, people, and nation as God's J. HARDIN PETERSON rf- Superintendent of Public Instruction of eral election in 1932 from the even numbered districts L
children: It must believe In the king- Hendry County, Florida: shall serve for two years and those from
the odd numbered districts shall serve for four
Vote for One
dom of God ,on earth. The spirit of ARTHUR R. THOMPSONFor : years, and thereafter the terms shall be four

Christianity is not narrowly national- years. The powers, duties and compensation of
NELL J. SKELLY such County Commissioners shall be prescribedby
istic, but universally inclusive. When law.

the world, therefore, organizes itselfon E. L. STALLINGS

the basis of belligerent national- Governor of the State of Florida: t YES

Ism the very genius of the Christian Vote for One:
For Supervisor of Registration
Gospel is at stake. Once more we
Hendry County, Florida: NO
can have our Christainity, our old W. J. HOWEY Vote for One:

war systems, or we can have Christ-

ianity, but we cannot permanentlyhave DAVE SHOLTZ JOHN L. HALL To amend Section 2 and Section 4 of Article 5
both. They worship irreconcil- of the Constitution of the State,of Florida relating -
to 'the State's Supreme Court and providing:
able gods." Section 2. The Supreme Court shall,consist of
Our lesson also refers to Isaiah seven (7) Justices who shall be elected by the
For Secretary of the State of Florida For County Commissioner, District :No. 1 qualified electors of the State at the time and
2:1-4 from which we quote, "And : places of voting for members of the Legislature.The .
many people shall go and say, come Vote for One: Hen dry County Florida term of office of 'each Justice shall be six
Vote for One: years. The terms of office of the six Justicesnow
ye and let us go up-to the houseof constituting the Supreme Court shall not
the Lord- for out of Zion shall go R. A. GRAY be affected by this amendment. Their successors -
DAVE G. ALSTONFor shall be elected in the same manner and at
forth the law-and he shall judge the same time and places as required by the
among the nations-and they shall Constitution before this amendment.. Upon the
ratification of this amendment It shall be the
beat their swords into plowshares duty of the Governor to appoint one additional
For General ,
of the State of Florida
Attorney
and their spears into prunning hooks, : County Commissioner, District No. 2, Justice of the Supreme Court and he shall hold
Vote for One: office from the date of his appointment until
Hendry Florida
nation shall not lift up sword against County : Tuesday after the first Monday in January, 1935,
nation, neither shall they learn war Vote for One: and whose successor shall be elected at the gen-
CARY D. LANDISFor eral election in 1934 to hold office for a term of
any more. It may be discouragingwhen F. WATTS HALLB. six years beginning Tuesday after the first Monday -
we ask ourselves, "When shall in January 1935, and thereafter the succes- j'ri aJ.
this be," but F. MAGILLFor ors of the Justices of the Supreme Court shall f '
it is
not for us to give be elected at the general election next preced- ,
an answer; that is God's part of the Comptroller of the State of Florida: ing the expiration of their' terms of office respectively -
except in case'of an election to fill an
work.
Commissioner
County
Vote for One: District No. 3 unexpired term of a Justice whose term of office
In Matthew 28:18-20 When Jesus Hendry County Florida: may have become vacant.
last met his Vote for One: Section 4. The Supreme Court may hear, con-
disciples Jesus
came and A. F. KNOTTS sider and determine causes and exercise all its
spake unto them, saying, "And Jesus RAY powers and jurisdiction as a single body In
C. HULL of the members of the
which majority
case a
came and
spake unto then, saying, J. M. LEE Court shall constitute a quorum for the dispatchof
all power is given unto me In hea- business, or It may exercise Its powers and
jurisdiction in two divisions under such regulation -
ven and In earth. Go therefore
ye ,
as may be determined by the Court. Each
and teach all nations baptizing themin For County Commissioner District :N'o. 4 division shall consist of three members of the
the name of the Hendry County, Florida: Court and the Chief Justice who shall by virtueof
Father
and of For Treasurer of the State of Florida
: Vote for One: his position an Chief Justice be a member of
the Son and of the Holy Ghost: Vote for One: each division and the judgment of either Division -
concurred in by all the members of such
Teaching them to observe all
things
R. M. BURCHARD Division shall be the judgment of the Court.
whatsoever I have commanded you; W. V. KNOTT The concurrence of a majority of the membersof
and, Io, I am with you always, even ALTO HIRES the Court shall be necessary to a decision and
judgment of the Court, whether the Court Is
unto the end of the world. Amen." sitting In two divisions or when acting as a

This Is doubtless the greatest com- single body.
All capital all Involving the determination
cases -
mand on the teaching of peace. How- For Superintendent of Public Instruction of Hendry County, Florida: of cases State or Federal Constitutional

ever good such purposes growing out the State. of Florida: For County Commissioner, District No. 5 questions and such other cases as may be directed -
of honesty and Vote for One: Vote for One: / by the Court. shall be determined. by tho
morality 'may be the
Court acting as a single body.
addition of the spirit of Christ will The Chief Justice shall preside over each DIvision -
make them better.In W. S. CAWTHONFor FRED L. DUNAWAYFor and over the Court acting as a single
body and when the Chief Justice is disqualifiedor
Ephesians 2, Paul says; "In is absent or is disabled from any cause the
Christ Jesus who Justice oldest In point of service present and
ye sometimes were qualified shall preside over the entire Court and
far off are made nigh by the bloodof Member of Board of Public Instruction, each division thereof until the disability of the '.. I.
Christ. For he is Commissioner of Agriculture of the District Number 1, Hendry County, Florida: Chief Justice is removed.
our
peace, hav-
State of Florida: Vote for One:
ing abolished in his flesh the enmity, .
Vote for One
: YES
even the law of commandments con- A. G. CARR

tained In ordinances: And came and NATHAN MAYO

preached peace to you which were NO

afar off, and to them that were nigh.

For through him we have both ac- -

cess by one spirit unto the Father. I

Now therefore ye are no more strangers -

and foreigners, but fellow citi- THE CLEWISTON NEWS

zens with the saints, and of the

household of God." But God expects .

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Miss Bonciel Stone. Miss Louise I Iston course Sunday. George Wag- many years, were uncommunicativeas 'Miss Betty Spicer was awarded high

Waldron, Miss Frances Munroe, A. german and 'Cocky' Gibbons have accepted to the company's status, but Mr.I score prize, Miss Marcia Avant ,sec-

Personal MentionMrs. W. Sias, R. L. Coker, and Campbell challenge from Tom Shelley Lee said later that their attorney,' ond, and Miss Eunice Meredith, the
I ; :' Nail attended a dance in Canal Point I and Lloyd Sparrow for 36 holes. i Ralph Kurtz, had gone to Tampa'I consolation.

Saturday night. Those sponsoring the match say yesterday with a voluntary petition'I The club ribbons of yellow and

: 'i T. B. Teeple, of 'Miami: Beach the Tampa players are coming for in bankruptcy which he expected white were presented the new mem-

r .,-'..iIo.was, the week end guest of Miss Beatrice Dave G. Alston, Democratic nominee actual expense' money so naturally; would be filed in federal court to- bers. The meeting was in charge ot
Ketti: for county commissioner of district tickets will ,be sold for the match i day. In the absence of Mr. Kurtzno Miss Frances Tippey, Miss Roberta
"
I one, was in Ft. Denaud and Fel- However, not all the money will betaken statement would be made as to George and Miss Evelyn Hare
da in the interest of his back to Tampa because the the company's condition.
E. E. Kelly, Democratic nomineefor Tuesday i i Those in attendance were: Misses::
tax collector, was in LaBelle and campaign. Clewiston troup of Boy Scouts are "It is understood that the Heit- Jewel Lowe Louise Waldron, Vesta
Ft. Denaud Wednesday. selling the tickets and all over actual man Estate was given furniture with*1:I Allen, Marcia Avant, Betty Spicer

Among those from Clewiston at- expenses will' be given to the a wholesale value of $2,500 in settlement -. Eunice Meredith, Frances Tippey.

G. Small spent Tuesday in LaBellein tending the dance in Pahokee Fri- troupe of a claim for rent of55,100. 'Roberta: George, Evelyn Hare, and

the interest of his candidacy for day night were: Miss Bonciel Stone, I This stock was. taken to the Brad-'the club sponsor, Mrs. Eunice Gay.

county commissioner of district one. Miss Eleanor Wintle, Miss Mary :FURNISHING;: OP FOX\VOHTHY- ford hotel last Friday. Yesterday,,
Kline. Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, E. & LEE MOVED TO FT. MYERS the remainder of the stock was cart-j; The jobless in New Orleans went

Capt. and Mrs. Hurd L. Reeves, E. Kelly, H. R. Hall, Harvey Guthrie ed to the warehouse and the store vacated -'on a strike because the welfare com-

of Felda, were visitors in Clewiston Miss Vilma Rhodes, R. L. Coker, The stock of furnishings and fixtures except for part of the office;1 Smittes were only paying $1.50 a day.that's .

Wednesday.: Miss Louise Waldron, Miss Jewel of the Clewiston branch of futures. Now gratitude.
Russell, A. W. Sias, Harry Peters, The settlement with the Heitman I
Foxworthy & Lee furniture store Isn't it funny that the people who
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Downs, Mrs.E. and Andrew Berry. Estate, it was said, had been made
was moved this week to Ft. Myers, forget to vote, never forget to take
R. Fontaine and Miss Ruth Mid- I with the consent of the major credl-|
I I home office of the business. I {I mean jibes at the government.
dleton, were visitors in West Palm s i Among Clewiston ladies attend- Financial difficulties of the busi- tor. Fred Hubbard as liquidator for

Beach Wednesday. I ling the monthly meeting of the Garden -ness is given as the reason for mov- I the Bank of Ft. Myers which holds!I NOTHING SEEMS TO BE NEW

I club at Miami Locks last week in gthe Clewiston stock. Foxworthy & Lee notes amounting tol!|! We used to think the modern age

Mrs. C. H. Berner and children, I were: Mrs. H. A. Bestor Mrs. F. D. From Wednesday's Ft. Myers, we some $9,000. Other creditors who::|had discovered something fairly new

Mrs. E. 'L. Stewart. and Mrs. M. H. 'i Duff, Mrs. E. L. Stewart, Mrs W C print an accout of the financial arrangement had not been consulted, were preparing -1;when we began to study all the failures

Crouch were visitors in West Palm Worth, Mrs. C. ''w. McDonald, Mrs. being made, by Foxworthy to contest the bankruptcy i': of governments. Then along

Beach yesterday.Dr W C Owen; Miss Marion Leydig, Mrs.G. & Lee: paring to contest the" settlement in comes a tablet dug from a mound in
I B. Rackstraw Mrs. L. L. Spicer the bankruptcy court.
,
The Foxworthy & Lee furniture Pas Shamra, in northern Syria which
J. W. Ezelle has been spendingthe 'Mrs. A. O. Ward, Mrs. H J B Scharn- store on First street was closed tells of a financial crash which resulted -

week in Miami where he went to i iI berg, Mrs J. P. Percy.T. yesterday whe stock remaining on S. S. S. CLUB( ORGANIZED FOR from the irregularities of a

I attend a state meeting of a dental on the floor after a quantity had SCHOOL GIRLS certain king's finance minister away

association., V. Watson, vegetable buyer, of been taken by the Heitman Estate back in 2000 B. C.

----4 Talladega Ala., left Clewiston Wed- in.settlement of rent, had been movedto The S. S. S. Club held its first I

Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Smith have nesday after a: brief stay here on the company warehouse. meeting in the form of a card party The Pathfinder says the Allied

moved to Pahokee where Mr., Smith I business. He stated that he probably "B. C. Foxworthy and Wiley R. last Wednesday evening at the home,[morning prayer is Forgive usour

was transferred last week by the U. would not return to this section Lee, partners in the concern who of Miss Roberta George. Delicious j American debts as we forgive our

j I>>: S. Engineers. I until winter beans are ready for have been operating the store for refreshments and punch were served.German debtors.

, 'Vfv shipping, which, he added, would not
Alto Hires and Robert Kirkland of
be until December. While here he
, Ft. Denaud in Clewiston Monday
were made one trip down the east, coastto
: and Tuesday. Mr. Hires is Democratic I IIT I
Miami studying the market con-

'i sioner from candidate that for district.county commis- I ditions. OYSTERS FOR EVERYONE


j
Mrs. Nell J. Skelly, of Felda. Republican -;

candidate for County School j A i ITEAGA.SSErk
: I
Superintendent was in Clewiston
VERY LIGHT READING
Wednesday in the interest of her '

campaign for election. ,
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f
(Continued from page 3)
''
r vate business, on which the State of
.'.. Mrs. M. E. Yenawine, and her baby
Florida has no right to trespass.The .
TS.ILSfi..returned to her home here
fact is this census is taken
last week: Mrs. Yenawine's mother,
by the state department of agricul- tA
Mrs. Deitrich of Massalon. Ohio, is
ture to get accurate data on the development -
also here to a vsit with her daughter.
of the state along agri-

cultural lines. All of which only goes

Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Trainor to show that even the man counting
\
moved to Pahokee this week to I noses has a job to do his nose count-

which place Mr. Trainor was trans-I

\ '" ferred as inspector on the federal ing.Who is the enterprising lady here

dike project. who suggested making a collectionof
all the candidates' cards and

Frank A. Doughtery LaBelle,. then papering her room with them

... Republican nominee for tax collector, next week? Not a bad idea, at that.
spent Tuesday and daror wo bvbl- o-o
J '
r .\-.
.Clewiston visiting voters of this dis Sunday of seeing four jambup

\ trict. golfers scrap it out on the Clew-


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Join the Red Cross and Help

is a curious fact that certain valuable ,amino-acids and can butter and two cups oysters, cot
The 'Distressed and Needy names always attach them therefore be safely used as a substitute in small pieces, and toss together
selves to favorite foods. What for meat protein. For a lightly with fork until thoroughly
hero or heroine of fiction, for in- protein food they contain a large mirad. Use for stuffing turkey or
stance, ever ate any but Blue. amount of carbohydrate. Vita other poultry
\ -:" .;, ': :.. '" ," :" ,, Point oysters? To be sure there mins A, B, C and D have all been Oyster Canapti: Wrap a strip of
Nskn '" .; ;. .,__ : : :,'.. are Buzzard Bays, Cape Cods, found in oysters in large amounts. bacon around each oyster skewer
"
Cotuits; Lynnhavens, Peconics, Oysters have also been found to and broil very slowly until baconIs
Rockaways and Saddle Rocks, but be beneficial in the treatment of crisp and brown. Serve on

'" ?D'oeo! t. the name by which oysters are certain types of anemia. rounds of toasted bread. Garnish
Y.; best known is Blue Points. These edges with white of hard-cooked

: iPi4V other names affixed to oysters Available Anywhe'f'eFortunately egg, chopped flue

4 come in part from the points oysters are avail- Stews, Fresh and Canned .

.. 9g along the Atlantic and Gulf coasts able anywhere because there are Fresh Oyster Stew: Melt two
where oysters are harvested, but now about fifty plants situated tablespoons butter in saucepan.
_
they have lost much of their along the Atlantic coast from Add one pint oysters, dredge with
significance through trade misuse. Maryland southward where paprika, and saute until edges of
The three chief sizes of oystSsveeognized oysters are canned. The oysters oysters curl. Heat one cup milk
in the trade are "half- used for canning are widely and one cup thin cream together
Shells," the- smallest usually preferred known as "cove oysters" l because in a double boiler, and add oyster
/x 'W for eating raw: "culls," of those first canned were the small mixture and one teaspoon salt.
medium size, for consumption raw, oysters of the coves of ChesapeakeBay Do not overheat after adding
for stewing and cooking in other the world's greatest sourco oysters to the milk, and always
ways; and "box," the largest, used of these succulent bi-valves. use fresh milk and cream. .
generally for frying. But there Its taste is the thing that makes Canned Oyster Stew: Scald
are both small and large oystersof the oyster popular, and the vast three cups milk in double boiler.
all varieties, the difference ,in consumption of this delicacy year: Heat the oysters from a 5-ounce
'z' size being principally that- of age, after year is evidence that oysters, can to just below boiling, and add
and the Encyclopedia of Foods raw or cooked, on the half shellor to scalded milk. Bind with one
( published by 'Artemas Ward rises. out of cans, have always tastedone tablespoon butter- and 'one tablespoon -
T $ remark' : way to the American public, flour, rubbed together season .
"The true oyster lover rebels and that's "like more." You don't with one teaspoon salt and
at the thought of always consign- have to teach a man how to eat some paprika, and last add one-
ing the largest to the frying pan raw oysters. He knows. Here fourth cup cream. Serve at once
-he takes delight in having them are some recipes for cooking them with oyster crackers. Serves
served instead 'on the half shell', which will be welcome to house- four.
for age makes no difference in wives who want to make a hit. and
A la Newburg Maryland
the tenderness of the
.Y' / .i figr k : oyster. Deep- A Soup and a Stuffing
r r
;
/ rooted custom is responsible for Oysters A la Newburg: Blendone
f : )$
its being consumed while still Tomato and Oyster Gumbo: tablespoon butter, one table-
young and comparatively small, Melt four tablespoons butter in a, spoon flour and two hardcookedegg
but if permitted to grow older, 'large skillet, add one cup finely yolks, mashed fine. Add two-
and very much larger, its fleshis chopped celery and one tablespoon thirds cup cream and two table-
just as choice." capers and saute five minutes. spoons sherry flavoring. Mix
Add one tablespoon sugar one with one pint oysters. Season
A Valuable Food teaspoon salt and three table- : with cayenne pepper and salt to
The eating of oysters is as correct spoons flour, and_stir till smooth. taste. Put in a shallow baking
from a dietetic standpointas Add the sifted contents of a No. dish, cover with buttered crumbs
;, t from that of the epicure. Sci- 3 can of tomatoes, stirring con- and bake in a 375 degree. oven
,': JfQL ence has found that they are an stantly until thick. Then add the for fifteen minutea.
extremely valuable food. Their contents of a 5-ounce can of Oysters & la Maryland: Brown
// / iyyvifW'E4 mineral content is high and abun- oysters which have been scaldedin ont: and one-half tablespoons butter

dant in many of those elements their own liquor, and serve. In a pan, add one and one-
.
essential for human physiology. This is a hearty luncheon soup, half tablespoons flour and brown '
Calcium and phosphorus are pres- serving four liberally or six more again; then add one and one-halt
entiron; copper and manganeseare moderately. cups milk slowly, stirring until
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there in large amounts: and Oyster Stuffing: Use day-old smooth. Add three teaspoons anchovy
they are one of the best sourcesof bread. Combine four cups soft paste, one-half teaspoon salt
iodine as they contain about bread crumbs, one-half teaspoonsage and a few grains of paprika.
two hundred times as much of one-fourth teaspocn thyme: Scald! the oysters from a 5ouncecan
this valuable substance: as milk one-eighth teaspoon nutmeg:, one arrange on lettered toast,
eggs or beefsteak fact oysters teaspoon salt, a dash "f black and add the liquor to the sauce.
are said to be to iodine what cod- pepper and one-half 'easpoon Add one slightly-beaten egg yolk,

.., I liver oil is to vitamin D. scraped onion. Add one slightly stir! till hot and pour over the ,
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Oyster protein contains all the beaten egg, one-half cup melted' oysters. Makes four servings.* : vI



SIX THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY NOVEMBER 4, 1932.


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Democratic candidate for tax COllect-\\ NOTICE OF ELECTION I IDA: the dispatch of business, or It may
Absentee VotingTo That Section 5 of Article 8 of the exercise its powers and jurisdiction in
or; Dave G. Alston, State of Florida: I Constitution of the State of Florida two divisions, under such regulationas
county commissioner" from districtone Be it known That I, R. A. Gray, Sec relating to County Commissioners, be may be determined by the Court.
Close Tonight G. Small candi- retary of State of the State of Florida, and the same is hereby amended and Each division shall consist of three
; independent do hereby give notice that aCKXIJUAL as amended Is agreed to and shall be members of the Court and the Chief
date for county commissioner from I3LKCTION submitted to the electors of the State Justice who shall by virtue of his

balloting- ends at G district ono; Elbert L. Stewart, Dem- will be held in Glades County, State of I;of Florida at the general election of position each as division Chief' and Justice tho be judgment a memberof of .
Absentee to be held In 1932 for I.
Florida, on Tuesday next succeeding I Representatives (
ocratic candidate for representative; either Division concurred In by all
and all voters who rejection. Said Section 5
o'clock tonight, the first Monday in November A. approval or shall be
Division
are properly qualified by registration and Fred Whidden, independent can- 1932, the said Tuesday being the D'I of follows Article 8, as amended shall readas the the members judgment of of such the Court. The concurrence -
NovemberFor :
Eighth Day of
didate for sheriff.
tax and who of a majority of the membersof
and payment of poll United States Senator from the
Section 5. Immediately upon the rat- to a
the Court shall be necessary
expect to be out of their own voting State of Florida, for. six years from ification of this amendment the county decision and judgment of the Court,
next Tuesday should cast A TAXPAYER'S PROSPECTS March 4. 1933. Electors. commissioners of the several counties whether tho Court Is sitting In two
precincts For seven (7) Presidential
of this State shall divide their
respec- 'divisions or when acting as a single
in Stateof
For Congress
Representative
their ballots today with County JudgeH. I tive counties Into five commissioners'districts
Florida at in the :Seventy-! body.
(Cincinnatti Inquirer) large
to be numbered
respectively -
A. Rider. third Congress of the United States. All capital cases, all cases Involvingthe
Bureaucracy was firmly entrenchedin from one to five: Inclusive, and determination of State or Federal
Many Hendry county citizens have For Representative of the First Con I' each district shall be as nearly as pos- Constitutional questions and such oth-
availed themselves of the privilege of Europe long before we thoughtof gresslonal District of the State of Flor-, sible equal In proportion to population er cases as may be directed by the
the word. the of and thereafter there shall be in each
Today taxpayers Court shall be determined by the
voting an absentee ballot. These ida, in the Seventy-third Congress of:
of such districts commissioner
Europe paying a terrific price I a county Court acting as a single body.
are
votes will be placed in, the precinct the United States. who shall be elected by the qualified The Chief Justice shall preside over
ballot boxes and counted with the for the vast multitude of services For Governor of the State of Florida.I electors of said county at the each Division and over the Court act-
rendered by their governments. Muchof For Secretary of State of the Stateof time and place of voting for other ing as a single body and when the
votes cast on election day. Only Florida. county officers, and shall hold his office Chief Justice is disqualified or is absent -
votes received by mail are tamed the high taxes geas to pay for the For Attorney General of the State of I for four years; provided however, or is. disabled from any cause
bonded debt incurred during the war Florida. that the County Commissioners elected the Justice oldest In point of service
after the count on Tuesday night. or armaments still maintained, but !.1 For Comptroller of the State of Flor-din i I the general election in 1932 from the I present and qualified shall preside
ida.For [even numbered districts, shall serve.over the entire Court and each division -
much also goes for the social insur- Treasurer of the State of Florida.I for two years and those from the odd thereof until the disability of the
NEIL STEWART KILLED IN PLANE ance and similar functions undertaken For Superintendent of Public Instruc- numbered districts shall serve for four Chief Justice is removed.
CRASH AT COCOA I tion of the State of Florida. I years and thereafter the terms shall
more recently. For Commissioner of Agriculture of I be four years. The powers, duties and
A Frenchman today pays about I the State of Florida 'compensation of such County Commis- The votes cast In compliance with
(Continued from page One) I J'or Three' Justices of the Supreme I sioners shall be prescribed by law. said proposed amendments, and tho
one-third of his income in taxes, I Court of the State of .Florida.For ,canvass, declarations and returns thereof -
pilot apparently having no time which number nearly 200. If he I One Railroad Commissioner of shall be subjected to the same
to use the parachute which he wore' the State of Florida. A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an regulations and restrictions as are pro-
has an income of $5000, is married, For One Member of the House of
that the plane Amendment to Section 2 and to Sec- vided by law for general elections In
It was estimated and lives in a pleasant apartment, he Representatives of the State of Flor- tion 4 of Article V of the Constitu- the State of Florida.IN .

struck the surface of the water at must pay something like $820 in four ida.For County Judge. tion of Florida Relating to the Judiciary ,- TESTIMONY WHEREOF
I have hereunto set
miles hour. Department. my
rate of 150 per For Sheriff
a direct taxes which are based on his
hand and affixed the Great
For Clerk of the Circuit Court. BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLA-
had been completed -
The plane just (SEAL) Seal of the State of Flor-
Income and his rent. Innumerable For Prosecuting Attorney, County TURE OF THC STATE OF FLOR-
da, at Tallahassee, the Capital
by Walter Weeks, Cubic For- Court. IDA: -
miscellaneous taxes add another
this the 1st day of
tenberry and E. M. Crisman, young $800? tohi s tax burden, although he For County Assessor of Taxes. That the following amendment to August, A. D. 1932.R. .
enthusiasts working For Tax Collector. Section 2 and to Section 4 of ArticleV A. GRAY.
Cocoa flying
may not be aware of the latter. For County Superintendent of Public of the Constitution of the State of Secretary of State.
under Stewart's supervision. At the When he goes to the theatre one- Instruction. Florida be, and the same Is hereby
time of'his death Stewart had more For County Surveyor.For agreed to, and shall be submitted to
third of his admission is a tax. If Five County Commissioners.For the electors of the State of Floridaat IN CIRCUIT COURT TWELFTH JUDICIAL
than 1500 flying hours to his credit. he travels, 28 per cent of the fareis Three Members of the County the next general election to be heldon CIRCUIT IN AND FOR IIEX-
At the time of the fatal crash, Board of Public Instruction.For the first Tuesday after the first DRY COUNTY STATE OP FLORIDA.
tax and his hotel bill is taxed.
Monday in November, 1932 for ratification RUTH R. BEARDSLEY, JOINED '
It is said, Stewart was putting the Justice of the Peace in and for BY HER HUSBAND JAMES E.
Matches, cigarettes, servants, wines, the following Justice Districts, viz : or rejection .
BEARDSLEY, COMPLAINANTS,
ship through a final series of tests, and a host of other things are subject No.1, No.2, No.3. Section 2. The Supreme Court shall

after it had 'successfully come t oexcise levies. For Constable In and for the follow- consist of seven (7) Justices who shall vs.
Theodore Gottlieb, jr. and If mar-
the
elected qualified electorsof
be by
ing Justice Districts, viz: No. 1, No.2,
through all preliminnary tests. We have not yet reached this I No. 3. the State at the time and placesof ried, his wife Mrs. Theodore Gott-
Slight hope was held for the recovery voting for members of the Legislature lieb 'jr., Theodore Gottlieb sr.
point in the grim story of American In Testimony Whereof I have hereunto
The term of office of each Justice and. If married :Mrs. Theodore
ofStewart's body. Some of taxation But we are perilously close set my hand and affixed the great shall be six years. The terms of Gottlieb sr., Auglist Kuhlmanand
th searchers said it might be fast- to Seal of the State of Florida, at Tallahassee office of the six Justices now consti- If married, Mrs. August
e it.
Each has the imposition
seen I
year the Capital this the first day the Supreme Court shall not Kuhlman, Wm. H. Kuhlman and
tuting
ened to the motor, which has been of new burdens, with littleor 'of September, A. D. 1932. be affected by this amendment. Their If married, :Mrs. Wm. H. Kuhlman,

located in 18 feet of water. one half no effort to stem the tide of public (SEAL) successors shall be elected In the same DefendantsIt affidavit
R. A. GRAY appearing by appendedto
manner land at the same time and
mile off Cocoa Beach. spending. Unless a more deter- Secretary of State. places as required by the Constitution the bill of complaint In the above
entitled that each of the above
mined stand is made by taxpayers before this amendment. Upon the rati- cause
No. 266. Sept 9, 16, 23, 30; Oct. 7, 14, 21, fication of this amendment it shall be; named defendants are non-residents of
INTEREST MOUNTS AS ELECTIONDAY hey will soon be in the position of 28; Nov. 4.ioiici. the State of Florida that they are
the duty of the Governor to appointone
DRAWS NEAR their European brethren. additional Justice of the Supreme: each over the age of twenty-one years
that. there is no person within thefctate
Court and he shall hold office from
: of Summons
:: or Florida the service -
I the date of his appointment until in Chancery on whom would bind
(Continued from page One) OF ELECTIONWHEREAS day after the first :Monday In .
: either or any of the said defendants.
four; R. M. Burchard, Republican Glades County Folks 1935 and whose successor TueS-1 It is thereupon considered, ordered,
candidate for county commissioner .... I elected at the general election and adjudged that each and every of
to hold office for a term of six the above named defendants be and
district four; F. Watts Hall, republican Goes To Daytona beginning Tuesday after the first :Mon- they are hereby required to be and
candidate for county commissioner The Legislature of 1931, day in January, 1935, and thereafterthe appear before this Court on or before
under the Constitution of 1885, of the successors of the Justices of the Monday: November the 7th, A. D. 1932
of district two; B. F. Magill, Dem- Bert L. Woolf J. 0. Whidden State of Florida, did pass two Joint Supreme Court shall be elected at the to then and there answer theBill of
ocratic candidate for county commis- general election next preceding the Complaint in said cause, otherwise the
and Roy Atkins, will leave early Resolutions proposing amendments to expiration of their terms of office res- same will be taken as confessed by
sioner of district two; Hurd L. the Constitution .of the State of Flor- pectively except in case of an electionto them.
tom'orrw morning for to
Reeves, Democratic candidate for : Daytona, ida, and the same were agreed toby fill an unexpired term of a Justice Done and ordered this 4th day of
represent Glades county at the Democratic whose term of office may have become October, A. D. 1932.
tax assessor; ,J. C. Jackman, indepen- Jubilee and of a vote of three-fifths of all the mem- vacant. (SEAL) (Signed) WM. T. HULL,

dent candidate for tax assessor; Mrs. Home-coming bers elected to each house; that the Section 4, The Supreme Court may Clerk Circuit Court.

Nell J. Skelly, Republican candidatefor Dave Sholtz, Democratic nominee for votes on said Joint Resolutions were hear, consider and determine causes By INEZ' MAGILL.
who will and exercise all Its powers and jurisdiction .Deputy Clerk.
governor, return to his '
entered their
upon respective Journals, I
county school superintendent; E. as a single body in which casea LOUIS O. GRAVELY
L. Stallings Democratic candidate home tomorrow after a whirlwind with the yeas and nays thereon, and majority of the members of the Solicitor for Complainant.
campaign through the state in the they did determine and direct that the Court ,shall constitute a quorum for N-oct. 7, 14, 21, 28, Nov. 4.
school
superintendent
for county ;
Interest of the Democratic party said Joint Resolutions be submitted to:I
Frank A. Doughtery, Republican can- -
"from president to constable." I the electors of the State at the. Gen
didate for tax collector; H. L. De- eral Election in November 1932. .. '-
The Daytona gathering will be attended ; .
'candidate theof"Liceo
Democratic for
laney, NOW, THEREFORE, I, R. A. GRAY, I
by representatives of each of
Sheriff. Secretary of State of the State of Flori-
the 67 Florida counties, and will be NOTICE ,. .
Candidates in Clewiston
residing da, do hereby give notice that a ; '
"
who were in other parts of the coun- the climax of a strenuous seven GENERAL: ELECTIONwill : : ,:,'. : ., -

ty this week, include E. E. Kelly, months campaign conducted by Mr. be held in each county in Floridaon

Sholtz, which brought him from a 1! Tuesday next succeeding 'the first

-- comparatively unknown man to theGovernor's Monday in November. A. D. 1932 the
said Tuesday being the
DEMOCRATIC\ NOMINEESFor
office. In his three campaigns EIGHTH DAY OP NOVEMBERfor :: WE HAVE GOOD LAND FOR RENT
in the state Sholtz probably I
the ratification or rejection of the
Presidential Electors: made more friends among the said Joint Resolutions proposing
Vote for Seven: mon people than any other com-I II amendments to the Constitution of the FOR FALL AND WINTER CROPS
State of Florida viz:
WILLIARD W. AYRES the state has today. -Moore I I .

GEORGE M. DORMAN Democrat.
A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing to
WILLIAM W. FAIRBANKS Amend Section 5 of Article 8 of the

HERBERT WILLIAM: FISHERW. Soon one 'of the "biggest" political Constitution of the State of Florida Prosecuted.
Will Be
Relating County Commissioners.BE "Trespassers
B. LANIER campaigns of the country will be a
IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGIS-
' G. T. MCCLELLAND matter of history. LATURE OF THE STATE OF FLORa -

HUGH C. SPARKMANFor ...

U. S. Senator:

DUNCAN U. FLETCHERFor ='ij 1 l
Co.
The Clewiston .
Congressman At Large: .

W. .T. (Joe) SEARS

For Representative In Congress,

First District:

J. HARDY PETERSONFor

Governor: ...;..................................................................._............................................................................. DAVE SHOLTZFor

Comptroller: t
y
J. N. LEE y

For Commissioner of Agriculture: y 1

NATHAN MAYO j Open to the Public I:

For Member House. of Representatives -

cELBERT

L. STEWARTFor 't 1


Sheriff H. L. :DELANEY' 1 .t.:: Moderate Green Fees

For-Clerk Circuit Court: 1X::
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WILLIAM T. HULL Exceptional Fairways

For County Judge: L y

H. A. RIDER I : Interesting Grass Greens f.

For Tax Assessor: A $1 Dinner for 4WE'RE

HURD L. REEVESFor .,

Tax Collector: talking, now, about deep heavy kettle or pot usinga ..t'.t..

E. E. KELLY average people the little fat or drippings. Add one t .t.

For American family of small sliced onion, one-half green '. :
Superintendent of Public Instruction average :
two adults and two children. pepper, shredded, and cook for a :;: The Most PopularRecreation I :;:

Men like meats. Women like sal- moment. Then add the contentsof
E. L. STALLINGSFor ads. Children should have potatoes one 10-ounce can of tomatoesand .;. ;
C.
Supervisor of Registration: water enough to almost halt :::
and one other vegetable. :;: 1 1PAGE
JOHN L. HALL Well, here's a model menu providing cover the meat. Add salt and

For County Commissioner-Dist. 1: foods to please this aver- pepper to taste, and bring to bon In Clewiston f fr''

DAVE G. ALSTONFor age American family-at a price ing. Cover and simmer gently

County Commissioner Dist. 2: that pleases the average pocket- I until tender. Remove the meat, y

B. F. MAGILLFor book. and thicken the liquid in a pan x v J

County Commissioner Dist. 3: Louisiana Pot Roast 471 with a little flour smoothed with t Ii'Xt

RAY C. HULL Boiled Potatoes 44 water. Pour over the meat and

For Buttered Cabbage &Y serve e ..
County Commissioner Dist. 4
: Bread and Butter &< Apricot and Cream Cheese

ALTO HIRES Apricot and Cream Cheese Salad: Drain one-half of a No. 2 i Golf Course i
For County Commissioner-Dist. 5: Salad 25* can of apricots and arrange in a Clewiston

F. L. DUNAWAYFor with Cream 25 ..
Coffee # ring on lettuce leaves. In the cen- .. :

Cona'able-Dist, 1: Louisiana Pot Roast: Stick ter put a ball of cheese, using one- y
Y
E. B. BUTLER BX cloves into one and one-fourth half of a package of cream cheese. Y

'For ConnU1.bJe--Dist. of chunk roast and Garnish with four tablespoons- v
2> pounds rump ................. ............... .:.:--:..:..:--:.:..:..: :..:..).:..)e".Xoot.
R. F. LUCKEY sear thoroughly on all sides in of mayonnaise. .:..:..:..:.-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. : : : : : : : : :--: : : : : : : : : +
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