The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00377
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: July 1, 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
lccn - sn 95047264
System ID: UF00028415:00377
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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By a close vote in each of the 44i tI Delaney .....----......:.....418131 I 55 I 163I( T'( 17 I 457 Hendry county added its majorities

races, H, L. Delaney, E. E. Kelly and i Hooker ...................:.?. 11I! 254 ..1_ 16 I 78 I 33 i .47 I 428 to the winners in each of the
Hurd L; Reeves were successful can -- -- --
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--If.; state political contests in Tl1esc1ay'srunoft
didates in Hendry county's three run-I 1'cr Tax Assessor
election the
county giving
off races Tuesdaj' Sheriff Delaney I Murray ......;;...............r? j146 I 42i23.__ I 40 I 43';= ( '394 majorities to Sholtz, Peterson, Sears,

polled a 29 vote lead over W. C. Recvcs ..........._......;:: p-234 .,1 26 I 112 54 1 49 I 475For Lee, Douglas, Taylor and Mrs. Hor-
Hooker to return to the office of ,
tense K. Wells, each of whom led his
sheriff. E. E. Kelly, gaining a substantial Tax Collector: t t
opponent in state tabulations. Someof
o lead in his home precinct as Kelly ...___...........:........I: 127811 26 I 85 I 41 I 37 I 467 the races in this county were

well as holding his own in the other Taylor .........................1.tl 0 8 I 43 I 155 I 54 L.'L: ]! 417, close but at least a slight majoritywas
four precincts of the county, was
given each winner.Of .
named tax collector over J. L. Taylor RESULTS PRIMARY
FIRST the state the
: races guber-
present collector, by a 50 vote \
; '- natorial contest be t.w e e n David
margin. Hurd L. Reeves, 475. -

"": received the highest number of votes Par, Sheriff: ..t. Sholtz and former governor, John

; cast for any of the county offices to -A. ..,....-. -. -. ,- .. W. Martin. the lead given the party
I ;': defeat W. L. Murray by 81 votes and Delaney ___.................1 I) ,,87 I 52 I 151 51 I 45 I 389 nominee, Sholtz, was only 40 votes.In .

F: was re-elected tax assessor of the DAVE SHOLTZBorn H kr-==::.:=::::j-.254 1 10 I .15 1 11 I 30 I 320 the race for railroad commissioner

county. in Y. McLaughlin :..I Y 4 1 0 I '40 I 5 I 9 I 58 between R. Hudson Burr, a former
Brooklyn, N. he moved =
: =::::::.:::: -. member of the commission. and W.
I' The county races were called the with his German ancestry family to Richards .................:P!: 63 I 14 I 33 I 29 I 28 I 167 B.
of Lake
Douglas, City, a lead of
most closely contended of election ;
a New York state farm when he was --
For Tae Assessor \ only 10 votes was established for
ever held in Hendry county.I I : :
just a boy. His father is Michael .
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Early in the campaign the discussIon -;,: Sholtz, who. becoming a contractor, Crews ............?......::;.:1 17. 135 I 8 1 62 I 42 ( 18 I 265 Douglas plete returns in Hendry from county Tuesday's; the com-elec-

; of gubernatorial candidates:moved to Daytona Beach, Fla., while l\Iurray .... .................W,128. 'I( 41 I 102 I 38 I 33 I 342 tion showing Douglas 337 and Burr
crowded local office discussions into --
his son David was busy obtaining a Reeves ..............:...._.. 1 i3 27 I 23 I 72 I 17 1 56 I 295 327.
the background but with the closing M I j I bachelor's degree at Yale university. .

days of the campaign interest in I I The father was the son of a court For Tax Collector: ;" Col. J. M. Lee, representative from

Hendry county's own candidates surgeon in Berlin.Graduating Doty ................_...._... 1\. 25 1 30 I 91 I 29 1 18 (I. 196' Highlands county rolled up a lead of
stepped into the lead of conversation.The .I 262 votes in this county over Ernest
num6er of votes cast in the I I from Yale, David cameto Kelly .............--...........x'. 286 I 17 I 49 I 13 (I. 15'' 380 Amos for comptroller. Colonel Lee

second primary fell short of the j Florida to join his family, and Taylor ......-----.............r..8: 7.. I 27 I 98 I 55 1 78 I 345 I carried every precinct in the county
continued his studies at Stetson university -
number '. participating in the first.:J[ with the totals showing Lee 545, and
in DeLand, seat of his.
For sheriff In the first primary 93'4 I I DEFEATS AMOS Amos 283. Colonel Lee was one of
He served in the Florida legis- SHIR
votes were cast, whereas in the second FORMER BYRD the outstanding members of the
[Jature in 1917, enlisted in the navy I .
only 885 were marked for eitherof lower house in the last session and
hand served during the World war, iIIIILi'J
the two candidates. The first was considered, in some quarters
.and. now holds the rank of lieutenant USED TO MARKET
primary drew'out 902 votes for as- I early in the campaign, to have little
commander in the naval reserve.
sessor as compared to 869 in the chance for .the comptrolleiship.
His campaign for governorship was
second. The collectors- race attracted I 1 the first entry into state politics EVERGLADESSUGAR W. J. (Joe) Sears, a former member -
V !92.1) marks in the first primary while since 1917. w .& of the lower: house of congress

the second showed a poll of 884 for As president of the state chamberof ,..--- defeated his opponent, John T. Al-

this office. active r BY sop, Jr., mayor of Jacksonville, by a
; commerce for two years, and ELEANOR BOLLING. USED
I): in other civic associations, he was SAVANNAH, REFINERY"' f HAULING decided vote for congressman-at-

I instrumental in development for the large. Sears carrying every precinctin
: .
r KIWANIS\ CLUB TO CLEWISTON SUGAR. the county with the exception of
i I state as a tourist: center.. He is accorded I : .
. -credit lor' tJf iiislng*the-first t J ,. ill:, ..*:-:.-t> ,CV-U3*. :;,V-- fQii: :/ Clewiston which Alsop carried by a
'r I The Eleanor Boiling, famous'fieight nairow" margin of 164-159.. The returns -
T FEATURE NOVELTY major league baseball team, the I
ship of the Byrd expeditionto l for the entire county gave
Brooklyn Nationals, to Florida for
1 spring training. the Antartic regions, and com- Sears 358 and Alsop 285.

BASEBALL GAME"PATS" I He is married. has one son, panion ship' to the Steamer City of In the race for congressman for
; 4 New York, has now been assigned
Mitchell, 5, and two adopted daugh- the first district, J. Hardin Peter-
commercial after basking; in
I ters, Carolyn 4, and' Lois, 3. son, Lakeland attorney. stepped out
AND "LEAXS"TO :MEET Sholtz made his campaign on a glory' for more than a year. r'I in the lead in front of H. J. Drane,

( FOR HONORS OF LUNCHEON platform of elimination of "un- The hardy old steamer was slated present'representative.. Peterson

I CLUB SOON necessary bureaus and commis-I to chug into Tampa harbor today carried four of the five precincts in

sions," including the state railroad with a cargo of Clewiston sugar I I Hendry county and lost East> La-

1 commission.Free from the Savannah refinery. The I Belle by only one vote. County
With a ring of baseball in the air,
school books without increased Eleanor Boiling will unload between R totals: Peterson, 437; Drane, 342.
the Clewiston Kiwanis club has
an- taxes.Improvement. GOO and 700 tons of sugar made at I Both John S. Taylor and Mrs. Hor-
nounced diet for entertainment
a -
in child welfare.Workman's the Clewiston mill, which was ship- tense K. Wells, stacked positive majorities -
! 2 Thursday' afternoon, July 6,
J. 11. LEEof in their for democratic
compensation laws. ped as raw sugar to the Savannah races
! when between the fats and'i
game }
Lower gasoline and automobile refinery. From Savannah this par- committee posts. Taylor, 437; Sut-
i leans of the club is on schedule. Avon Park, who defeated Ernest
, licenses taxes. ticular cargo was sent to Tampa for ton, 211 ; Ramsay, 224 and Wells
At the weekly luncheon Wednes- Amos for the office of Comptroller.
1 Free labor instead of convicts distribution in Florida throughwholesale 332, being the final count in this
: day night, Bill Hooker and Jim on :Mr.: Lee l'eceh'etJ'the largest. vote
state roads. dealers. county.
; .' Beardsley were appointed captains oft I of any candidate in Glades county.

! !. the fats and leans, to gather quaff-( Consolidation or elimination of The majestic ship, once so promi-I

, f, fled members of both classifications )state hotel commission, shell fish I nent in the affairs of the world when BREAKERS SUFFER
,. commission and and
. t for the athletic fracas. Already i game fresh wa-1 Admiral Byrd and his crew of adventurous HULL RETURNED TO BOARD
ter fish commission.
1 there is a cry being set up from| scientists braved the freez- 1'HODISTHIC'r: THREE

\ both quarters for a short game but!, EVEn'glades.Development Development. of mineral wealth of ing wastes of the south Polar region, F FIRST LEAGUE LOSSOh

the number of innings will be decided has not lost all of her prestige, for Ray C. Hull, present commissioner
at. the next meeting. j I of Florida as an all- she carries, with the regal splendorof I from district three, was returned to
year tourist center.Development .
I', It was announced by the activities j; a true queen of the seas, her collections that office by a majority vote of 16 well, it had to happen some
of Pan
committee that a delegation representing trade through Florida. of trophies_ awarded for by the citizens of West LaBelle, pre- time. It could not last forever-

the Pahokee Rotary club has valiant services with the Byrd .ex- cinct over Mark Poole. The final,this winning streak of the Breakers.
Untaxed lands for '
.J.l been invited to meet with the Clewis- homesteading. pedition.To tally in this race gave Hull 128 and so Sunday found the LaBelle Slug-
slogan of his campaign
t ". ton Kiwanians next Wednesday, at I was "take the government from be selected as provision ship' Poole 112. In the first primary this gers, guided by the hand of Frank

which the visiting club will furnish the professional politicians away and turn for the south pole expedition gives office was one of the four-coineied: 1 Cothern, easily master of a fast and

the program. The Pahokee Rotarians -I it back to the people." ample evidence of her seaworthiness. races of the county, with Hull lead-'furious ball game on the Clewislon

I were supposed to attend the for it was no child's task-this battling ing the returns by 13 votes over diamond, which ended in a flat 10-5

r luncheon Wednesday but last min I I TEXT OF REPEAL PLANK the ice floes of, the antartic Poole. In the first primary C. C. victory for the boys from LaBelle.As .

: l ute changes in their plans prevented. I region-but a task for a staunch and Cochrane with 53 votes placed third the LaBelle players stepped to

I The text of the democratic, plank reliable: vessel, and the success of the and W. A. Jones with an even dozen the plate time and again they con-

. t VOTI., CAST, COUM'HU AND prohibition follows: I voyage added another chapter to the held down the fourth coiner. The nected with the offerings of Eddie

4 r- DELIVEREI IX 2'X; IIOUK We favor the repeal of the 18th varied, career of the old freighter.The returns of the first primary gave Rush and trotted around the circuitto

r' amendment.To Eleanor Bolling is not a fast Hull 95, Poole 82. hand the Clewiston Cane Breakersthe

t, A new record for fast voting :was effect such repeal we demand boat. She required almost a weekto most decisive thrashing they

t t made by Bluefield precinct in the that the congress immediately pro= haul the sugar from Savannah to COMMISSIONERS HOARD WILL have experienced in many a game.

t neighboring county, Okeechobee,i pose a constitutional amendment to Tampa--for she had to stop in Mi- HAVE THREE NEW MEMBERSThe : Although ,the score would indicate a
: F when the ballot box was delivered at I purely representative conventions in ami to, discharge a part of her cargo lop-sided and uninteresting game,

'f t' the court house, 25 miles from the I the states called to act solely on and to display her heroic trophies. board of county commissioners the actual playing was far from

voting place by 1030 a. m.. two I that proposal. I In all of her activities, in cuttinga will have three new faces and being dull to the gallery of spectatorswho

:: \. hours and a half after the polls I 1 We urge the enactment of such\ path into Little America, the these will be men from districts had gathered on the Clewiston

'."' opened. measures by the several states as Eleanor Boiling helped develop a where the present commissioners school diamond for the afternoon of

The voters of Bluefield are noted I will actually promote temperance, effectively part of the world; and in her serv-I sought new county posts. Dave G. baseball.

'.: l for promptness in casting their ba'llotS' prevent the return of the ice as a freight conveyor for Ever- Alston. of Clewiston, was named Following after a streak of seven

but to vote, make the count I saloon and bring the liquor traffic glades sugar, she is carrying on to commissioner from the district now straight wins, and being the first

, and deliver the ballot box at the into the open under complete super- develop the largest industry of the represented by E. E. Kelly, success- loss the Cane Breakers have suffered -

..' court house in two and one-half vision and control by the s ltelJ. Everglades.NEW. ful candidate for tax collector; B. F. at the hands of rivals in-the

( t'\. hours makes a record for other precincts We demand that the federal gov- Magill, from district two entered the Everglades league, the game put a

t 4.14: to shoot at. ernment effectively exercise its power TYPE RAIL CARS primaries unopposed and will take crimp into the Breakers for the time

I to enable the states to effectually the place of Selden L. Stewart who being. Nevertheless, after a coupleof

; For the second straight year, the protect themselves against importation Two large American railroads have was a candidate for county judge. days practice close after the La-

E i U. S. open golf tourney has been of intoxicating liquors in viola- recently placed orders for pneu Alto Hires, from Fort Denaud, who Belle defeat, the Breakers are now

played under a blistering sun. In tion of their laws. matic-tired rail cars made of -hot nosed out R. C. Skaggs for the post ready to further contend for league

', 1931 Inverness at Toledo resembled Pending repeal, we favor immediate welded stainless steel. These vehicles now held by Solon B. Crews. Crews honors with a less cock sure attI-

I I a furnace, while Fresh Meadows on modification of the Volstead act will doubtless be seen in large' was barely crowded out of the race tude. Plans are being made for a

Long Island was just as hot and to legalize the manufacture and sale numbers on American railroads for tax assessor in the first primary.The double header on the Clewiston dia-

I much windier.. of beer and other beverages of such within the next few years. They two members who are re- mond Monday after a game with

alcoholic content as is permissible cut operating costs from one-half to tained on the board, the only two .Belle Glade in which the Breakersare

, .. The U. S. Merchant Marine of today under the constitution and to pro- one,third, are fast, comfortable and seeking re-election, are Fred Dim- ,expecting to take a new lease on

- ia composed of 7234 sailing vessels -I vide therefrom a proper. and needed durable. They are particularly desirable away, of Felda! and Rj\y Hull, of :that winning streak LaBelle'. smashes
r and 25741 l <
; steamships, revenue. Sunday; '
t for use on branch line roads., LaBelle. last ,

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The Clewiston 11;;I caused.damage The his same neglect is true might In Cali have man Of being course at it the would helm be, a It's lousy now.trickto I :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.-.:-..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:":":":":":":":":'

fornia. play on Will and it would probablymess s yy

Published every Friday in Clewiston, Such an indefinite sentence,I up a darn good columnist, but
Florida by the CLEWISTON NEWS, whether fair or not, deserves consideration confidence is what this country needs ::
Inc. right now and no matter what that i' y
: In the rainy season we
I have fires in the' Everglades of Flor I cowboy might lack in dignity, be- hy
Entered second class hove me, he'd make) It up In common ,
and not
as Ida-not many- I ;i .
February 1. 1927, at the Post matter'j fires nevertheless, and fires I every day horse sense and humanunderstandin' Y.. ,

at Clewiston Florida under for which there should be punish- I .
of March 3, 1897. ment meted out to the offender. He Will Rogers would bring the people h Y

who sets fires in the woods of Flor- i anal their government closer to- :: Sincere Thanks :
A newspaper devoted to the best ida during the rainy season does gether than they've been for a long, -
Interests of Hendry County, Florida. small harm, and he who starts long time, and while he might not '2'

Its leading newspaper. them in the dry season destroys be able to patch up all the things A s,

property that can not be replaced that are the matter with us, he'd i
;; I take this
method of the
thanking voters of :s:
Subscription rate: per year$2.00 and set in motion an agency I at least restore our confidence to a ::: Hemlrj County for their support of my candidacy '

Outside of State of Florida ......$2.50 I that can scarcely be checked by the point where we'd all start pilHnf: to- ':' in the election Tuesday Although I lacked a few .I
average rains. I gether instead of layin' back on the :/s.: votes of being re-elected, I deeply appreciate the :

Advertising. rates furnished on application At least it is interesting to note I oars.Of .2 vote accorded me in Clewi: ton, LalJelle, Fort Dcimml .}
that California enforces its law course, all Will knows is what 's'X and Fcl. u. :j

against woods fires while we do a 1 he reads in the papers, but the .:. I have no regrets in being defeated by :Mr.: ._.
Business office, Clewiston News lot of talking and moaning-but do newspaper Is the original text-book 't' Kelly. I consider him one of the best men in this
Clewiston Florida. Editorial and I nothing about it. in the school of' hard knocks, and :t: county; and I am sure he will serve you faithfully' s:
Advertising, same. I!whether the problem is declclln' what .;_. dining his term of office. .;-
: we'll have for dinner or whether or i'; .t
Florida has an antiquated law Again let mo thank my friends for their con :s:
not we ouht to pay the bonus, a
Telephone 339FISHING which says the clerk of the _circuit, + fidence and support. .
fellow, can usually depend on his
: court must reside within two miles y
newspaper to give the facts and intelligently -

of the court house. j reflect public sentiment. :_: J. L. (Jim) Taylor :i:

By James Oliver Curwood. The University of Florida is plan President Hoover recently signeda Yh ss

The world loves a man that lovesto ning an institute ,to help rural bill passed by congress, makingthe .. .. ..s'jl
fish. You don't find him in jail. pastors' solve the problems which are kidnaping of persons across """ \

You don't find him in the hospital.You always confronting them. state borders a federal offense with : : "
life imprisonment the maximum jl : : .
don't find him dying young. He :: ;
is the man who without flaunting his PUBLIC WARNED AGAINST CIVIL punishment. ', : /
religion from the house-tops, seeks Big businessmen in the north are
God forever in the blue skies, in the planning a' nationwide y
D. C.-The following newspaper ,
Washington, -
forest in the glimmer of the stars Y
and the rising of the moon-in statement is made by the United campaign eighteenth advocating amendment.repeal of ,the,j 1:1:N:N:N 1 0:":N N N:H:":N N"i Ij H:N:H:1:H:H:H:11.:M:N:.:N:N:N:N:1:N:11:H:1i N:N:N N:N N:N N:..:N..:N N:.:M N:

commission.The .
everything that is a part of his be- Civil Service .
commission the public
loved streams and lakes. warns -
Fishing is not only a pastime against paying money for "coaching"courses \
in for federal
which man has created for himself, preparation "W'1'W.3'7''''
it is the greatest character-building! civil service examinations.
I Schools which sell such courses
activity under the sun for human:
hearts and souls. It is the man that 1(,under present conditions acceptmoney
I I under false Apurveyor
loves to fish who helps to keep the pretenses.
of civil service is
world at its best, who is the greatest;:j courses
I under indictment in Iowa for
fighter for its beauties and its ideals,: now I
I false It is
and all because he has come to i representation. expected I I 0
that other of prosecution I
I such cases
realize and understand the glorious I will follow.
thrill that with
of intimate contact
nature which one finds when he has I Comparatively few appointment:
t fare i being made in the federal
a rod in hand.
civil service. Vacancies w h I c h

must be filled are filled by the trans-
James A. Hendry, of St. Louis, has
fer of those in the'service or the

without attended a Sunday single absence.School for 48 years reinstatement been in the ,service of those wherever who' prac-have I BUY T1V $t@ Tir#$ No'\tv &

It is seldom necessary to announcean WMSe s @ nt Lasts !

examination. In most cases reg-
After one of the most hectic cam-
isters of eligible exist as a result of 4I'fJ NEVER
paigns ever waged in Florida we are examinations held during the past BEFORE have we
now sizing the men in, whose hands
year. When an examination! an- such
the reigns of government will rest ate given amazing pre- .
nounced, the applicants are usually
for four years. It is over now. The Firestone
hundreds of times, in excess of the holiday bargains on
people have spoken with their bal-
lots, and have expressed a wish for need. ? z .i I y 4riC s.' ',r'T Tires and Tubes. Here is the
Money paid for civil service coaching -
the candidates of their choice. This
at time almost : R opportunity have beenr
courses_ this might you
is as it should be. Florida went to
ras ,well be thrown to the four
the polls and took an active interestin winds. f ,, looking for to replace ,the
its government-made an expres- u: I
thin worn tires on yourTcar
sion in the privacy of the voting ,

booth, with the full knowledge that I William G." :McAdoo, secretary of 1c before you start on your
the ballot will be kept secret unless the treasury during Wilson's tenure ,'"

the voter, himself, cares to make his I of office, has announced for senator holiday trip.

choice known. from California. I ne u
The biggest victory Is not in the I I ks These prices can only last

man or men who are in officethatis I Trot TaiigBit }
1 '., J for a limited time. When our
only a small victory. The most j
interesting part of the recent elec- Thrift stock of Tax Free Tires and

tion is that the voters were so interested IlI boo LateClassify ToListen MUiions !$ 9I D Tubes is gone, prices on

in, the affairs of their government lt tf l =
that they went to the polls Firestone Tires and Tubes

and did their bit, according to the o
( jJ will
go up.
dictates of their own consciences. I : -
Florida not only polled its highest .
Secretary Florida Pros As tviatie<- Firestone Tires made with the patented
Remember-only are
vote in the past elections, but it .
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voted I I -- ---- -- Cord
a larger percentage of its citi- construction features of Gum-Dipping and Two Extra Gum-Dipped
zens. The figures as tabulated from And now the democrats are millin'
the polling returns show that Flor- around tryin' to make up their minds Plies under the Tread.

ida has increased in population, and with so much timber layin' around

that the population has expressed it- most of the delegates are lost in the Come in today. Buy now and save.,
forest. One gang is tryin' to stopit.

self.It is over. The men elected are With so many guys broken out .
naturally jubilant over their ViC- all over with ambitions, a fellow COMPARE 'CO S"ERUCTIOi_ QUALiTY PRlICE )

tories, and those defeated candidatesare 'I can't tell whether to shake hands .
not happy in being defeated, but with a man or fists at him. Mike Tn Oldfilld Oldfield Make TIre Oldr.eld Oldfield ,.aNton CO U R I IE R T Y P Eel

the people have spoken and the peo- And what a time they're havin"with c. Size Cash Type, Prke Cash Type Price of tit Sue Cash TYDe Prke Cash Type Price *i Spacul; .

. ple are the law. The men selected the arithmetic problem the _ Each Per Pair -Each -Per Pair SIZE Cuh Our Price Brend OrderTui Mill Cash 0 Price
to sit at the helm of Florida duringthe whole crowd are all messed up with Lath Prke tt Psi Pt!
Ford} .40-21 64.79 $9.30 Ch -
next four their 7bk ; 6'.00-18. $10.65 $20.66
years will need the fractions. The question on 4.40-21..._ $3.10 $3.10 5.98
earnest support of ,every citizen to the little old blackboard seems to Chenolct- 4.50-20 5.35 10.3S"k'Sufh'k'r': ; 4.50-21.__ 3.55 3.55 6.98

aid in working out a progressive plan i I be "If one-half equals Roosevelt Fon_ 4.50-21 5.43 10.54 Franklin? 600-19 10.8 1.04 4.75-19..., 3.95 3.93 7.65

for the betterment of the entire, what does two-thirds equal? And 1IIIudbo,ll o___ ILD. 30x3%Cl 2.89 2.89 5.75
state. The small differences :how to FOrrl.j 4.75-19 6.33 1.3Z La Sollo_ .
that many carry? They know 6.00-20 10.95 41....4
might have arisen in the heat of the:!that two and two make four but Eirekinettl II.D. )'14'a31t one SENTINEL TYPE

campaigns will soon be forgot, and: they don't know who for- and naturally -I Plymouth} 4.75-20 6.43 %%.4& Pierce-A. 6.00-21 1I.n. 11.10 1.$4 1.40-21 53.59 $3.59 $&.98

In a spirit of loyal co-operation with i they're all upset about it. Chandler Buick 6.00-22 11.60 %%.50 1.50-21 3.95 3.95 ,..66UeSoto

the officers of the state, Florida will It looks like they got more band- __ 11.D 1.75-19 4.63 4.63 9.00
Dudrant A.., 6.50"19 '1%.30 3.86
.erce- 4.8.
steadily .00-19 4.65 : 9.44
grow. wagons than they have bands withan 500-19 6.65 12.90
The successful candidates deservethe I over abundance of piccolo play- Gr.roncinc Paige__ Stuu 6. -20 1,65 4.54 5.25-21 5.99 5.93 11.64

support of every citizen in map- ers and the ..,erne song may be anything ROOAO".lt D.D. Other Sizes Proportionately Lou
ping out a plan for Florida's wel-I from "The Sidewalks of New WlU7.-K. C1diUaC-1! 7.00-20 14.65 28.42

fare for they will soon have their I York" to "California Here I Come." No.k:=} 5.00-20 6.75 13.10 11.0. *Firestonc do not manufac-

identities as citizens removed when But if they want to insure a real Eaa J: ture tires Tinder special brand
when they'll Nad>_---J} 5.00-21 6.96 13.54 TRUCK and DDS TmES names for mail order houses
they have assumed their I parade instruct the boys to Oldt' and others to distribu

mantles of office, and as a part of spend most of their time playin' the rck l\I_ 14.0 TIIUSlce fIRESTOIIE' FIRESTONE Special Brand Tires are made
Florida, we owe them all our earnest "Stein Song." t>td.bi\\:_} 25-18 7.83 II.D._ cash aidrsd Peke TrDe Each Cash oldRela I Prke Per Type Pdr( without the manufacturer

support. And if it happens that they just Buick,.- 5.25-21 8.15 15.8 30x5.._ $15.35 $%9.74 n mc. They are sold without

can't agree ou any of the aspirantsand Aubornt 16.0 32x6:..-_,. 26.50 51.00 hisguamntetarresponsibilityJordan. \
"UNTIL rr IIAIXS. still want to put up a man that 5.50-18 8.35 6.00-20.... 11:6: 22.60 fr service. Every Firestone _

can ,win, they might try turnin' their Stu'b Reo.-k'r 6.50-20 __. 15.50 30.00 and tlrebcarsthc.Flrcstonename the quality excels that of
GRrdD 7.50-20._.. 26.45 51.60
In California a camper left his backs on all the politicians and brand marl order tires
I alarm 5.50-19 8.49 16.46 9.75-20...._. 61.65 10.00
camp but failed to put out his camp Will Rogers. I Oakland_ sold at the same prices.
fire. He Peerlea8_ Other Sines Proportionately Lolo I
was arrested. He was con- Theie's one guy you could tend

victed. He was sentenced to jail to tl White House, cluwiu' gum,
"until it rains," which may or may,lariat ard all, who would have the to the "Voice of Firestone" Every Monday Nip Jit Over Station WOII)-7'-Si) p. m.

not La a long sentence. If the: whole cockeyed country pullin' forhmr

camper were placed in the ,Florida and: with him, and if there was Ba.ker9s Service StatioClewis'ton
jails on the same terms he would ever a time in the history of those

probably- be released before he h'ad United States, that we really needed
had time to properly consider the ,a sure enough dyed in the wool hu,I :-: Florida



I I .
He is making his home at the Clewis I tinct determination for complete': named Amram and Jochebed. Pharaoh ber of the royal house.In .

ton Inn. .I housecleaning at Tallahassee and king of Egypt, had commanded Stephfjf's last address he said

Personal Mention I that the people do not propose at concerning Hebrew children, "Every "And Moses! was learned in all the

Mr. and Mrs. Van Cothern, Miss! this moment of peril to continue I I Son that is born ye shall cast into wisdom of the Egyptians, and was

Francis Munroe! and Campbell Nail their blind allegiance to exactly the I I the river." When the infant Moses mighty in words and in deeds."

..' c Roy D. Stubbs, of Fort Myers, was will spent the week-end in Lakeland thing that has caused our state governmental -, was born and his mother saw "that !I And Moses was instructed in all

a visitor in Clewiston Monday.J. where they will visit friends. Mr.! and) breakdown and as proof;I he was a goodly child she hid him wisdom of the Egyptians: It included -

Mrs. Cothern will visit Mr. Cothern's of this I cite the fact that, although :I three months." Acts 7: 20, says he orthography, grammar, his-

i M. Harrison, of Jacksonville. mother, Mrs.! Cora Cothern. there were approximately !397,514 "was exceedingly fair.' | tory, theology, medicine, arithmetic,

spent two days of last week here on voters registered to vote in the pri-, "And when she could not hide him) geometry, astronomy, and engineering. -

business Mrs. J. R. Mills! commercial 'mary election, the democratic nominee longer, she took for him and ark ofi;, Education began, as in most

teacher in the Morgan! Park high received approximately 150,000 I bulrushes, and daubed it with slime'i countries, with orthography and

Mrs Dave Alston and Mrs. W. C. school of Chicago, and Mrs. F. G. at the election Tuesday and allowing I and pitch; and she put the child ,1 grammar. Style was cultivated.

j Hooker spent Sunday afternoon in Lancaster, of Chicago, are expectedto 40,000 as the normal republicanvote therein and laid it in the flags by; Much! attention was paid to letter-

Pahokee. arrive in Clewiston today to spend there remain more than 200;)I I the river's brink." .writing, and models of business and

the week-end as guests of Mr. and 000 registered deinocrates who either:|i Doubtless Jochebed knew thel I other letters were set before the

o. Hartford Dew, who was recently Mrs. J. E. Beardsley.Miss voted against the nominee or refused i!j.i habits of tho princess, knew the hour pupils as patterns which he was to
to vote at all thus the
been stationed at Fort Lauderdale, establishnig .. when she was accustomed to bathe, follow. Poetry was read, and poetic
striking fact that the
spent Tuesday here. Ulla Jacobson left Thurs- land]I placed her baby: in the princes' composition studied by all.
candidate named signifi-
was so by a :
----- day for, Tampa, where she will join I bathing place as a silent appeal toj

Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Fontaine, and her father, P. N. Jacobson and they: I cantly small minority vote. I I her womanly: heart. j Stores and other places of business
"The nominee of the so-called I will remained closed all day Mon-
Sunday at will leave at for where
Troy Puryear spent Cres- once "And the daughter of Pharaoh i!
democratic party.-although Florida I!I day, observing the Fourth of July.
cent Beach near Fort Myers. they will spend a month's vacation came down to wash herself at the
I visiting relatives and friends. has no recognized democratic party I'I The post office and Western Union
river: and when she saw the ark
and has been without leadership or office will be open during th<>irregular
! F. 0. Richman, of West Palm among the flags, she sent her maidto
a platform since 1920-speaking holiday hours.
Beach, a former Clewiston resident, fetch it.
over the radio a few night ago from
'I' .was here on business Tuesday. HONORING MRS. DUMAS And she saw the child: and be-
Miami, told the state that during the There are approximately 470,000-
.. -- boom he had made business,mistakesand hold, the babe wept. And she had 000 chickens on farms In the United
Mr. and Mrs. K. F. Osborne and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson was hostess compassion on him, and said this
had lost his property and added, )[States.
family, recent Clewiston residents, Monday afternoon to two tables of 'but who didn't? Well if he wantsto is one of the Hebrews' children."
moved to West Palm Beach Saturday bridge honoring Mrs R. H. Knight's I
know, I didn't. I did business in The tears or a smile of a little
mother, Mrs.! Dumas, who is here
Florida successfully before, during child will touch the heart of almost NOTICEA
W. M. Redelsheimer returned to visiting her, daughter. petition having been received by
and after the boom and ,I, am still do- any one. Miriam, the older sister the Board of Public Instruction of
Clewiston Saturday, after a two day After several progressions of
ing business successfully in Florida, of Moses, was placed by her motherto Hendry County. Florida on the 14th
stay in West Palm Beach busi- bridge were played Mrs. C. E. Miner
on day of June A. D. 1932 from 25 perc.nt
despite hurricanes needless watch the a'nd
tragedyof ark the babe.
of the freeholder electors of
ness. was awarded a lovely prize for high
the Mediterranean" fly fiasco and "Then said his sister to Pharaoh's Special School Tax District Number 7

score ,and Mrs. Dumas was presenteda despite the present,"depression, but I daughter. Shall I go and call theea Hendry County. Florida requesting thatan
Paul Deam spent the week-end in handsome guest prize. election be held in said district to
o am not going to be able to continueto nurse of the Hebrew woman, that determine if bonds in the amount of
West Palm Beach, visiting his family Those present wereIrs.! H. A.
Fifteen thousand dollars should issue
do business successfully in Flor- she may nurse the child for thee?I
who have recently moved to that Bestor, Mrs E. E. Mallard, Mrs. by said district for the purpose of
I ida if the lawyer-politician; one party And Pharaoh's daughter said to building: and otherwise improving the
place. Mitchell, Mrs. C. E. Miner, Mrs. R.
< , ----- H. Knight, Mrs. Hagan and Mrs.!
petent and costly rule of the royal called the child's mother." Upon motion by Mr. Alston seconded
Jim, Bob and Dan Beardsley left Dumas. I by Mr. Hampton the following resolu-
I order of officeholders. The mother was doubtless watch- tion was adopted Viz "Be It resolvedby
Saturday for the boy scout at
camp "During the three ing and hoping to be called."Pharaoh's the Board of Public Instruction of
decades that I
Camp Ropaco, near Alva. They will MESDAMES FONTAINE: AND I 1 Hendry County Florida in session as-
h.main there for a week. PREWITT ENTERTIN AT have been active as a grower and daughter said to her, sembled that the said Board docs now
developer in Florida, I have brought I take this child away, and, nurse its determine that It is necessary to issue
DELIGHTFUL BRIDGEMrs. ) bonds in Special School tax district
for me, and I will give thee
more than 100,00 Opersons into this wages.
Number Seven Floridafor
Tom Burke, of Miami, arrived Hendry County
state and of this number not lessth1n And .the woman took the child, and the purpose of building and main
Tuesday for a few days visit with E. R. Fontaine and Mrs. W. nursed it." taining the schools in said district, thatan
25,000 have become
his sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and C. Prewitt were joint hostesses last perma- election be held in said district on
nent taxpaying, w e al t.h-producing We do not know how long the ,the 19th day of July A. D. 1032 to
Mrs. W. M. Redelsheimer. Thursday afternoon at their home at
.. residents of this state." I child stayed with its mother, but determine if said bonds shall issue,
the Clewiston Inn with eight tablesof 'that said bonds to bear interest at tho
Dir! and Mrs. M. E. Von Mach and bridge.At probably four or five years. 'rate of 6 percent payable annually that
"And the child grew, and she the principal of said bonds shill become -
family, Mrs. G. H. Small, Miss Beatrice the conclusion of play scores due and payable 1 each beginning -
brought him unto Pharaoh's
daughter -
",: Kettl and John Kettl spent were tallied and it was found that 'unbapHesteon cjoot : 1936 to 1950.
i and he became her son Andi
i' : Sunday atLake,, Placid picnicking. Mrs.! C. L. Downs held high, Mrs. H. !' DREW HAMPTON.
; : she named him Moses: and said, be-i I1 Chairman. Board Public Instruction
: A. Bestor, second Mrs. J. E. Beards-
', ; cause I drew him out of the water."I) (Seal) Hendry County, Florida
::1; o L. G. Lewis of Jacksonville, representative ley third, and Miss Marion Leydig, 'ATTEST{ : '
It is supposed that the princess
: ':' of the Clyde-Mallory steam- low. Lovely prizes were given the i! E. L. STALLINGS.,
adopted Moses! ; as her son and had
., ,; ship lines was a business visitor in winners. Se.retaryJuno
Subject: "Children and Educationof him taught and trained as a ll1 m-] 17. 24. July 1, 8, 16.
A.Y.: Clewiston a few days last week. Those present were: Mrs. L. F.
: ': .:-- Perkins, Mrs.! F. D." Duff Mrs.! H. A. Moses.

',...., ','.: Mr. and Mrs. Hoomes Rich returned Bestor, Mrs.! B. A. Bourne, Mrs J. Golden text: "Train up a child in I

'" to their home here Sunday P. Percy, 1\Irs..1\1. E. Yenawine, 1\11'5.1 the way he should, go; and when he I I

,( after a two weeks' vacation spent W. C. Owen, Mrs. W. C. Worth, Mrs. is old, he will not depart from. it.-

",.0" with relatives in Jacksonville Beach. H. R. Hall, Mrs. E. E ,Mallard,. Mrs., Prov. 22:6.Lesson + .
c' C. W. McDonald, Mrs. M. E. Von- 'text: Exodus-2f!'-l-10",;; Acts -

Mrs. H. J. B. Scharnberg and son 1IachIrs.! G. B. Rackstraw, Mrs. J. 7: 20-22.

arrived in Clewiston, Saturday, from E. Beardsley, Mrs. G. B. Thomas. Time and place: B. C. 1570; To the Citizensof

Boston, Mass. Mr. Scharnberg recently Mrs.! Dumas. Mrs. C. E. Miner, Mrs. Goshe in Egypt.Introduction I

'ii fr ) was graduated from M. I. T.! Fred' Hill, .!Mrs W. M. Redelsheimer, : I Hendry County:

1\Irs. F. B. Puryear, Mrs. C. L. Downs, We ,closed last quarter's studies '

James T. Holliday, ,former principal Mrs. G. J. Schmidt, Mrs. D. G. Alston with the account, of Joseph receiv-I I

of the Moore Haven high I Mrs. J. R. Alston, Mrs. W. P. ing his father, Jacob, and his family I j I wish to express my gratitude to the loyal .

school and Billy Weeks, of Moore. Vaughn, Sr., Mrs. W. P. Vaughn, Jr.. into Egypt and establishing them in II I friends in all parts of the county for your unswerving oj
I :: support given: me in the recent election
_Haven, spent Monday in Clewiston, Mrs. H. T. Vaughn Mrs. R. Y. Patterson the territory of Goshen. Moses was [ feel that even though I waS not successful in

visiting friends. Mrs. J. ,F. Tippey, Mrs. E. L. born 135 years later and was 80 being: elected to the office I sought, I am repaidfor

Stewart and Mrs. W. C. Hooker. years old when he led Israel out of my efforts by; the friends I have made.It .

Mr. and Mrs. G. O. Wallace of Egypt to Mt. Sinai. So the whole

Moore Haven, former Clewiston resi- IRS. BARNEY THOMAS IS period from Jacob's settling in Egyptto has been a pleasure to meet old friends
and make and visit those with
to new ones, to
dents spent Tuesday in Clewiston the exodus from Egypt. was 215
HOSTESS TO MRS. DUMAS whom I do not come in frequent contact..
where they had come to vote in their years.

former precinct. Mrs. G. B. Thomas entertained at The people of Israel were God's Let us all get behind the successful candidates

her home covenant people, and in the midst of nnd give: every co-operation possible for the building -
Tuesday afternoon in honor -
Miss Eleanor Wintle left Saturdayfor of their bondage and suffering his eye of Hendry County.
Mrs. H. R. Knight's mother,
her home in Fort Myers, where l was upon them. His original plan .
Mrs. Dumas, with two tables of Again, I (hank jou.W.
':. she joined Miss! Tippey Yarborough bridge. II'concerning them was being carried

'., and Mrs. K. Bryant on a vacation Those 'out at this time although they per-
present at the
,jdelightful [
trip to New York city. She expectsto : affair were: Mrs. H. R. Knight. Mrs. ceived it not. The time of their o C. Hooker

be gone about six weeks. complete deliverance from Pharaohwas
Dumas, Mrs. W. P. Vaughn, Sr., Mrs.
" -, Harry[ Vaughn, Mrs. C. E. Miner, fast approaching.Moses J
Joseph M.! Bernstein recently arrived Mrs is the greatest representative -
E. E. Mallard, Mrs. C. H. Ber-
' in Clewiston where he is the Hebrew
: em- of people-by far
ner and Mrs. J. E. Beardsley._ Mrs.
ployed by the federal engineers here. D. W. Harris, Mrs. Ludekins, and the 'greatest man of that race. He is

Mrs. Rackstraw were tea guests. I one of the few men in the history of
------ --- -----------
the world who have moulded the

institutions and character of the' en- .:..!..J..!..JMJ..JMJ"*..*..*..*..*..*..*..:..*wMAA.j..jwjMjMj..j..jM: j..j..j..jM: j..: :..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:<
J tire people. Of all men of historyhe

Says Sholtz Ran on is perhaps the clearest exampleof 1 I

WilL On Howey's Platform a Providential Man .
Our lesson passages for the quar-

.: o ter will be drawn from the writingof _|: Open to the Public !1

REPUBLICAN NOMINEE MAKES Moses that make up the Pentateuch -
!! !
PLANS TO BATTLE SHOLTZIN -or "Five Books," the first of

I TRADEClewiston NOVEMBER{ which, Genesis, we have already +. .. :::
studied. The second, Exodus, means :A : : ..;,r-:;. :T:

Howey-iu-the-Hills, June 30.-W. "the Going Out," and describes first Y t Moderate Green Fees :;>
that training of Moses and his call
J.' Howey, republican candidate for ..*. z
for LuBcllc governor has issued the following to his great work, and then the t 3:
statement: wonderful way in which he by the :: Exceljtional.li'airvays ,

Property "Now that our democratic friends, hands of God, brought about the release z Y

after two turbulent primary campaigns of his people from their bondage :\: Interesting Grass Greens ;

to the Egyptians and led them .
have named as their nomineean Yi

attorney who, for the most part forth across the Red Sea to the foot i ,, :::
:: -=OL<"'- ""'" _
Ten Acres Custard Apples ran on precisely my platform of of Mt. Sinai, where he gave them .;. s:

Under Cultivation, with House, four years ago. we go into the gen- their sj'stem: of divinely ordained I :: '. =?

Half-mile from Hard I load- eral campaign with this Florida's laws. i The Most Popularcreation

Will Trade for Habitable house greatest opportunity to establish two The father and mother of Moses <- :;:

party government. were of the-House of Levi, and were z

t in LaBelle. "Floiida can expect no relief in :i;: Center :;:

its present crisis from the lawyer- NOTICE ti

: politician type of nominee. The NOTICE Is hereby gIven that an :_= ClewistonClewiston 2
voters face exactly the situation election will bQ hold in the election i In
same -
precinct in Special tax district
they did four .ears'ag"o whena number s \'elIn Hendry County Flor- y ..
lawyer-politician ida on the 19th day of July A. D. 1932in ::: \.. J ..:.
came from
Jim >
a. -
t which duly Qualified electors who v
Tampa with rosy impossible promises arc freeholders in said district will be .zy

: winning the election, only to, eligible! to vote to determine if bond .y.
shall issue in the sum of Fifteen
bring complete and expensive legis- thousand dollars for the purpose of
lative chaos at Tallahassee and to I building and otherwise improving the i
BeardsleyCletivistou carryon an administration of such Schools in said district Golf Course

astounding extravagant profligacythat (Seal) DREW HAMPTON. 3.
: Chairman Board of Public Instruction +
'1 -, Florida our people today are desperate ,. Hendry County, Ila..
under their burden of taxation. ATTEST: i

"It is E. L. STALLINGS s x
--- ".. ,- has awakened my impression, that there'that is Florida dis Secretary. .:N:..z..tt..i..z..tt..tt.tt-:z.Z"tt"i..ttFRIDAY .:..:.:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..;.: ...:.:.:..:..:..:..:..:.:.:..:.:..;..:o-. :.:..:
J a June 17, 24. July 1, 8, 15.



SOLAR HEATER USES LIVESTOCK ASSUMING I Odd Facts About I couraging industry and common BELLE GLAnE.I'AnOKI E ROAD
HOME: WATER SUPPLI IN ;.STATE'S>> FARMING creation of state institutions of
Lives of Former
learning. As a result of his impel- The worn out road between Belle
Gainesville Fla.-The sun Is a 1 (Agricultural News Service.) ling influence the East Florida Seminary Glade and Pahokee is being rebuiltat
splendid source of energy for heating Livestock looms large on the Flor- State .was established at Ocala, Marion a cost of approximately $23,400 by
the home water supply, says, ida horizon. county, in 1852.Abolition the state road department. This
Frazier Rogers, professor of agricultural -: There are two principal reasons One Florida governor of slavery which was stretch is one of the most travelled
engineering in the Univer-. for this. First is the eradication of I(!suicide? then being agitated in the District of pieces of highway in the Everglades r-r
sity of Florida. Solar water heatersare the cattle tick from a greater and ,, A hurricane in 1846 nearly ]1[I Columbia. Thero was a renewal and for the past several
coming into use throughout the greater area of the state. SecondIs away the city of Key West? I I of Indian warfare by the Seminoles months has been badly in need of re-
state. the fact that livestock fit in wellas One governor vetoes so many In south Florida. He was Flor- pair.It. ,
The department of agriculture engineering an extra cash crop, and extra cash he became known as the veto ida's first 33rd degree Mason to preside is expected that the construction -
has a solor water heater crops are needed now as they have ernor? (| over the young and growing of the road will be .completed
constructed over a year ago by a not been needed in some time. Add I! One Florida governor shad state. During his administration within the next 60 days. After the
student in the college of agriculture.This to this the fact that most classesof I-wives I ? Harriett Beecher StoweV rot e grade has been completely repaireda
has heated water sufficient. hot livestock: and livestock productsare I I One Florida governor was- "Uncle Tom's Cabin," and later new coating of oil will be spreadon
for household purposes practicallyevery in good demand now, and it Is peached? maintained a home along the St. the surfact. The Collins con-
day in the year, and on mostof easy to believe that livestock will assume [ Which governors were bachelors John's river. Governor Brown was struction company of Miami was
the summer days the water Is hot- a placo of greater importancein Which were republicans? .64 years old when he became gov- awarded the contract for the road
ter than is needed. Temperatures as the state's agriculture. The exciting gubernatorial I -ruor. He resided in Tallahassee .and the Costal Roads company of Miami '
.high as 190 and 195 degrees, Fahren- That Florida because of its cli-I just closed centered the attention until his death, Aug. 21, 1867. I has the contract for oiling.
heit, have been registered by the mate, has a most favorable grazing I the citizens of this state on the I Greenland is the largest island In
water in September.The season is without question. That I[ executive. Many Interesting JAMES E. BROOME, born, 1808, the world, with an area of 825,000
solar heater consists of ab- Florida livestock raisers do not take have: been brought to light by a South Carolina. Died 1883, DeLand, square miles, Its population Is less!
sorber coils and storage tank, the fullest advantage of the state's grazing -I'of the lives and services of Fla. Governor, 1853 to 1858. JamesE. I than 20,000. It was discovered in

latter being placed above the former. possibilities likewise is without i,governors from the beginning, Broome was one of Florida's 982 A. D.
The absorber consists of a containerbox question roughage is the cheapestfeed I I The Democrat has obtained youngest governors assuming the
usually made of tongue and and the cheapest roughage is I series of feature articles which cares of office when only 45 years
groove lumber. On the bottom of pasture grass. It Is possible, with I been prepared by W. M. Glenn, old. When a mere boy he came to
the box is placed about two inchesof little trouble, to establish pasturesin known newspaper man and Florida from his native state, South I'1l0XEMason's

waterproofed insulating material, Florida which will provide graz-.: president .of the, Florida State Carolina. He was a brilliant law-
such as cork board or celotex. About ing for nine months out of twelve. I association. These:, articles will i Iyer and an ardent advocate of state's
two Inches of concrete (1 part ce- Pastures, good permanent pastures, .brief and' interestingly J written, I rights. Always a forceful speaker
ment and 2 parts" sand) Is placed on' are essential for the greatest .success will present in an unusual way I and a born orator he controlled the
this insulation. The coil pipes are in either dairying or beef cattle "high lights" of each governor's majority of the legislature and car-
Rose Garden
imbedded In concrete to about one- raising. The questions at the head of ried the electors with him. He was
half of their diameter. Black pipe The beef cattle industries are being article and many others will be known as the "veto governor"... but
about three-quarter inch in diameter helped by the eradication of the swered in the series. all his acts were sustained.
I I For Roses Chickens
generally is used for the coil. The Texas fever tick, which is being Wo believe .our readers will Internal improvement. were inaugurated ,
surfact of the concrete is painted wiped out of the United States. FlorIda much worth while information during his administrationand fresh Eggs .
black, also.A : is one among the last feeding these articles. The series will much attention was given rail- ,
glass covering, such as an ordi- grounds left for the tick, but, this I completed in about ten weeks, roads, every effort being made to Delivered in Town-Phone for 7'"
nary window sash, is then placed pest is slowly but systematically beIng -!; that those who wish to save encourage their construction and ex- Prices and Details
over the top of the box. The box eradicated in this state. PureIbred articles will have them in pansion. The state was beginningto
should be airproof.The beef sires can be brought in to form. bloom like a spring rose. For
storage tank should be above build up the quality of our beef ani- the first time Tampa received mention -

the coil box, because the water will mals. Better quality animals will WILLIAM DUNN MOSLEY, I being alluded to as "the important -

rise as it is heated by the sun. It command better prices on the meat 1795, North Carolina. Died,. gulf depot" of the period.
may be an ordinary water tank insu- markets. Without having to sup- Palatka, Fla. Governor, (State bonds to the extent of $500
lated to prevent the loss of heat. The port the cattle tick, the dairy cows When William Dunn Moseley 000-a huge sum in those early days I
bottom connection of the tank shouldbe can ,do more to support their owners.I came governor of Florida one !-were issued and the first bank was
Cheap feeds, tick freedom chartered at Tallahassee. Governor FARMLANDr
joined with the bottom connec- and I of revenue for the new state was I
tion of the absorber, and the pipe for markets for surplus will aid the poll tax on white males and ,Broome gained national recognition
letting cold water into the storage dairy Industry; cheap feeds, tick I slaves of 50 cents each. Even {because of his knowledeg and under- !
freedom and better :standing of the tariff question
tank should enter the tank near the quality will tors and lawyers were assessed
bottom. the beef industry of Florida; both I cents on the $100. The state had I I
industries should assume parts off !PAHOKEE LEGION POST
I be financed and since II
MOVING AUTO IS SCENE more importance in the state's agri- Moseley's administration of CHANGES NAME AT MEETINGThe
culture of the I I LEASES
OF WEDDING CEREMONY future., 100 years ago it has, done "
Everglades Post of the American
well. A seven cent gas tax \ -
Lumberton, N. C.-Miss Ray Kin- ONLY CONTESTED MEMBER have been manna from Heaven Legion voted to change Its nameto for 1932-33
law and John Shaw were married in SCHOOL BOARD RETURNED I 1845.. the Percy and Fred Mansfield

an automobile here recently. The Florida's first chief executive post at its meeting Monday night. ,
bridegroom drove Into his bride's The only member of the Hendry a native of North Carolina, The post also plans to move from its

back yard. She came out and got county school board, whose electionwas graduate of the University ,of present building to the Bean Festival. Lake highway
in the car. Then the Reverend Wil- Opposed..was returned to office Carolina law college. He came 'igrounds.
bur Edwards performed the cere- by a substantial majority. A. G. Florida in 1839 and settled on Q"I FrontageBack
money and the couple drove off on Carr, of Felda with a total vote of plantation! near Monticello. I Canada is divided into 12 terri-
their honeymoon. 97 in the two precincts voting on this When Moseley was tories: ]|ritish] Columbia, Alberta, Lands for _

office was! re-elected over M. L. Williams governor, June 8,1845, "Let Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario, fall panting
KEEP: UP WITH NEWS who gathered 44 votes in the Alone" was the motto of the Quebec, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia -

two precincts comprising school district state flag unfurled at that time. Yukon, Mackenzie, Keewatin, _
After many years the radio folk number one. white, blue, orange and green and Franklin. The last three compose I'Beardsl
learning Drew Hampton, present chairmanof the northwest territory.
are to "keep up with the the colors on five horizontal
news." Let a big news event break the board was returned to office} It was under President James .
and the stars of the air are boundto unopposed and Charlie Miner, of II Polk that Florida's first There is more distance between Jim
Clewiston, stepped into the place New York, the American
"tie-in". with it in some way or took the oath of office. ( leading
other. made vacant by Dave G. Alston.I d'ently, Polk and Moseley had ,[league and Detroit, in second place,
Alston was successful candidate for I University of North Carolina than there is between the National
OPEN BIDS JULY 19 county commissioner from the Clew- mates. league leaders, Chicago, and the y -.
iston district. eighth place Cincinnati Reds in the
ON BIG LAKE: JOB 'I Under Governor Moseley the
School affairs of the county will lature was harmonious, the same circuit.. Phone 366
remain in virtually the same hands constitution was wisely drafted p
The United States Engineers' of- for the next term since
Superin- far-seeing citizens. One clause New York Universities have an an-
fice at Jacksonville is ready to pro- tendent E. L. Drew ; I :I
Stallings, Hampton dures, that of prohibiting a nual income of seventy -million dol-
ceed with flood control work if and A. G. Carr were returned to from succeeding himself. One lars.
is provided. Bids have been '
money office and C. E. Miner was unopposed .-
has to elapse before he can
called for excavation of nearly i I-
succeed himself in office.
5,000,000 cubic yards of material on
a route at the south end of Lake LAKE WORTH QUITS I I lt'L
Okeechobee in a notice, as follows: During the Moseley
"U. S. Engineer Office, Jacksonville U. S. MAILS IN SENDING the question of secession and

Florida.-Sealed bids, in duplicate OUT MUNICIPAL BILLS I had already started. In 1846 a
will be received here until 12 ricane occurred which nearly

o'clock .noon, July 19, 1932, and Lake Worth.-This city will save away Key West. First United BUILDERSWANTED
then publicly opened for furnishingall about $1,000 and Uncle Sam will senators were David Levy Yulee
James D. Westcott. In 1851 \
labor and materials and performing lose the same amount formerly spenton
all work for constructing removed to Palatka where he died 1
postage for bills sent out by the {
proximately 65,000 lineal feet of municipal light and water plant, according 1863. I 1
levee and navigation channel along to a resolution adopted by
south and east shore of Lake the city commission.The ,
Okeechobee, Florida, involving the measure was adopted whenM. Virginia. Died 1867 at
removal from the Fla. Governor 1849'-53. First
navigation channel
A .Mackie, head of the plant, told
and placing in levee of approximately the commission that the budget madeno tention to developing. Folrida's
4,860,000 cubic yards of material, provision for paying the postage lic school system was started by
and placing of 55,000 cubic yards of increase estimated at about $500 and second governor, Thomas T----\
riprap along the berm. Further information asked for permission to send out the who labored indefatigably for an I
on application." bills by meter readers. provement in educational Substantial Inducemcnte Are
It is recorded that there were
Since the city
depends on the
COUNTY OFFICERS ELECTED plant to pay virtually all of its 10,000 school children in the Offered To Relieve the Acute
during his term, 1949 to 1953,
operating expenses, It was decided Now Pre-
Sheriff whom 5.000 could Housing Shortage
Delaney, Tax Assessor that the additional expense could or more .
Reeves, and E. E. read nor write.Governor .
Kelly for tax col-.
not readily be met and the sugges- vailing in Clewiston.
lector were successful candidates Brown was a native
tion was adopted.The .
the three offices to be filled at the Virginia and Inherited the '
commission also
voted to investigate -
run-off election here Tuesday, in one for adventure and colonization '\ /
the drowning of two chil-
of the closest elections to be held in dren at the Municipal Casino recently his paternal grandfather who F:
Henclry; count '. Capt. Hurd L. to discover whether any negli- to Virginia with John Smith in
Reeves with a lead qf 81 was returned gence might have occurred.POSTOFFICE early 1600's., Brown early
to office by the largest majority the lure of Florida, as :
of the three races. Kelly was since have done, and came to Fii CLEWISTON
named tax collector over J. L. Taylor FOR state in 1827 settling near
by: a majority of 50 votes, while the INCREASED: POSTAGE RATES Jackson. The very next year
office of sheriff was settled in favorof severe freeze befell the land

Sheriff H. L. Delaney by a 29 The Clewiston postoffice received'{flowers, and Brown's sugar ii COMPANY I
vote lead. (None of the absentee its first shipment of new three cent I ings were destroyed. His cot
votes have been counted when this Is stamps and stamped envelopes dropped in price. He removed .
written.) week in preparation for the increased -! Tallahassee and became ; I PHONE 102
postage rate that goes into of "Brown's hotel," a well
Apparently nothing will come of effect on first class mail July hostelry of its day. .
the uproar over the SharkeySchmeling Arthur W. Lawrence, postmaster, an- Corporations were first I Administration Building Clewiston; Florida
decision. ,At the first meetingof nounced this week. The new rate by Governor Brown. They I f
the boxing commission after the provided for a rate of th'ree'cents new capital into the young state
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fight, none of the principals or for each ounce or fraction on first.made it vibrate with energy and -:-"_ = ..A:. ')J' '. J =,''__' :
h du Were uh1m< .med., .' class mail dustrial development.! Besides -