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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: August 18, 1944
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (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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t-. VOLUME 2t-NUMBER 39 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, FRIDAY AUGUST 18, 1944 SUBSCRIPTIOX-$.,.,,0 PER YEAR
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;," FACULTY IS ALMOST I RAF Visits Air Riddle Commodore,FieldAir County Tops Its Course Field 19 Next To GraduateAt Saturday CHAPLAIN OF S. S.



COMPLETE AS TERM HENDRY ASKS AID
', Commodore D. V. Carnegieof The RAF office at Riddle Field
London, in charge of all British has announced that on Saturday of

; OF SCHOOL NEARS cadet training for the Royal Air Bond Quota By next week graduating exercises and FROM THIS COUNTY
: Force, was a visitor last week at presentation of wings will be heldat

Riddle Field, in a routine visit to 11:00 for Course 19.
l' E. M Cornette Clewiston memberof various fields where cadets are
the
Chaplain
J.
The Buckingham Field band will I. Gerber, of the U. S.
the county school board, stated now training in this country and in S. Hendry
a troop transport launched
be on hand to play'during the
, I"f this morning that the faculty was Canada.No. i Over 30 Percent exer- on June 25 and named for Hen-
, f' virtually complete for the opening 5 British Flight Training cises and for the wings parade. There I dry County, Florida, this week

''.. Of school here on September 11, indications School at Riddle Field will cele- will also be some formation flying writes to D. G. McCormick of La-

'' now being that there will brate its third anniversary today! and other events. Open Post will Belle, president of the Hendry County -

', probably be no vacancies at all when and in these three years several' be observed that day and all friendsof Chamber of Commerce, the following -

the term opens.Contracts hundred pilots have received their E Bond Quota Under the graduates are invited to attend letter in which he asks fora

have already been signed complete training here except for history and any information available

: by M. H. Stroud as principal by operational flying. Final tabulations on the resultsof about the county and for a few
Mrs Charles Atwill as commercial of the items of athletic and welfare
the Fifth War Loan Drive which
,: teacher, by B. E. Myers as coach, by this I equipment for the ship which are
31 were received
closed July MARVIN
: "M. H. Sharpe as vocational agriculture SUGAR CORPORATIONDECLARES week from state headquarters by C. SUMMERALLIS not normally provided The letter
t teacher, by Miss Pauline Hull speaks for itself:
V. Parkinson, county chairman and
|!f", as home economics instructor and by "Permit me to introduce myselfas
: shows that Hendry County went well DECLARED DEADBYWARDEPARTMENT
Mrs. Mary Baker and Mrs. C. E. DIVIDENDS
over its huge quota for the drive the chaplain of the new attack
Bjornsen as other high school instructors but failed by twenty per cent to transport, the USS Hendry. We
'.;', Mrs. Agnes Thomas is have been told that our ship is
PREFERRED STOCK reach the "E" bond quota. :
> expected to sign a contract within In view of the fact that Hendry named after your county. Could
t: the next few days which will complete -
furnish
County was given a much larger you us with a little historyof

;" the, high school faculty with The Board of Directors of the quota: in- comparison to size than (Hendry County News) the county, e. g. when founded,
the exception of bandmaster and
a after
: a librarian.In United States Sugar Corporation,. at any other county of the state, the Mr. and Mrs. Berry Summerall I whom named; principal cities,
: products, etc.? This information
a meeting held on August 8 declared citizens can pride themselves on received word Thursday from the
the grades Miss Mildred Aubrey
: would be most interesting
to
the following ,dividends to hold- topping the quota by thirtythreeper war department stating that their us.
of Louisiana, a sister of Mrs. De-
Valcourt of this city, has contracted ers of U. S. Sugar Corporation pre- cent. Since the over-all quota son, T-5 Marvin L. Summerall, 20, "We wonder further whether the ,.",-,
ferred stock: was so large ($563,000) it also made had been killed in action April 28 in people of the county or some or- -
to teach the first grade and comes
r the "E" bond quota very large the European war theatre. ganizations would like to do some-
highly recommended for this po- Dividend No. 45 to holders of
($78,000) and the eighty per centof Young Summerall was first re- tning for the crew of the ship. We
sition. A mother and daughter team Oct. 2, 1944, payable on October
this quota is better than had been ported as missing in.action as of could use many things in the way
,, will serve as second and fourth 16, 1944, at the rate of $1.25 on
expected by officials during the April 28, the message being received of athletic and 'welfare equipment,
grade teachers, Mrs. Kerr and her preferred $5.00 stock without par PA system
drive. his a radio & phonograph
by parents May 17. No
daughter, Miss Alice Kerr of Ath- value.
Ohio. Miss Kerr of stock divi- Two Lake counties were state further word as to his fate came player, chapel equipment, etc. We
::; ens, taught last On the same class could -I
I' f.: year in LaBelle and will teach the dends Nos. 46, 47 and 48 will be leaders, Okeechobee ranking first until the message Thursday.T5 one could buy the raise things the here if some \

I fourth grade here this year while paid to holders of January 2, April in overall sales with 375 per cent Summerall had been in mili- sponsor the items money and II
for
,', her mother will teach the second 2, and July 2, 1945, on January of quota sold and Glades was third tary service eighteen months when us. :

:.. grade. Mrs. M. H. Sharpe will again 15, April 6 and July 16, 1945, at with 316 per cent. Monroe county he was presumed to have taken part "How much do we want? Well, J
r. serve as third grade teacher and the rate of $1.25 each. placed second with. 364 per cent. in the Anzio beachhead invasion in we are in no position to tell you j i

.. Mrs. Dorothy Walker will teach the On Series A 6.4% Cumulative These were the only three countiesin Italy which cost him his life. He how much you can or should give, ,f

;. fifth grade. Participating Convertible Preferred the state which more than tripled was with an amphibious truck. unit but I can tell you this much. I ..,-: I

This leaves a sixth grade teacher Stock quarterly Preferential Divi- their quotas.A of the Army. could spend at least between $2,000 ,:',1

.; yet to be obtained and possibly dend, dividend No. 11 will be paidto breakdown of sales in Hendry The family has lived in this sec- and $3,000 for the things we ought ''

., another first grade teacher but ,Mr. holders of August 26, 1944, and County shows that $62,204 in "E" tion for many years, across the line. to have on our initial trip. Pleasedo '
z Cernette says that he has several I will be payable I on September '11, bonds were sold or eighty per cent in Glades county. Young Sum- i what you can for us. :'

\. applications and is anticipating no I 1944, at the rate of 40 cents. of the quota of .$78,000. Series F merall attended schools in Lee, "Originally we were scheduled to
great difficulty in completing the ; Dividends at the same rate will I and G sales were $5,674, Series C Glades and Hendry counties. go into commission on Aug. 8, but _

, faculty. A bandmaster .has been be paid on the same stock to hold- Savings notes $6,000, 7-8 per cent Surviving are his widow, Mrs. now the date is near future. Our 1

'4 J ;. contacted in Clearwater and some I ers of Nov. 27, 1944, 'F 'b. 26, 1945 certificates, $618,200, 2 per cent Doris Summerall; his parents; tour ship is 455 ft. long and .,has a ton- :

7r word .from_ him was" expected late. :' and ,May, 26. 'l J hou september treasury bonds$57OOQ,2ik rw'-" today W'i, ;.:? 1 December'liV. } '= can give you ,nj;jutaJ "of the "f:+
11, 1944, 1944, March. treasury bonds $500 making total Henry Deese, Mis. L. B:> JTilIet of $
; : Plans for the new school building 12, 1945, and June 11, 1945. sales of all issues '.$749,577 againstthe Fort Myers, Mrs Wendell Howard ship and its crew. Commander ."\4
', which had been proposed are now The transfer books will not be $563,000 quota. of' Lake Placid; and four brothers, .Wells is our 'skipper: Hoping to '

at a standstill and it.'appears unlikely closed. Santa Rosa county led the statein Edgar, Rolle, Clyde Summerall of hear from you soon and wishing you '

that the building will now be E bond sales with 225 per cent LaBelle; S 2-c James Summerall, all God's blessing, I remain, Very
constructed. The cost is greatly Vegetable Growers and Liberty and Escambia counties who is somewhere in the Pacific. Sincerely Yours, J. I. Gerber, Chap-
! higher than had at first been thought tied for second place with 196 per lain, U NR. His complete mailing
'II and the government has now ruled Would Get PriceAdjustments cent. Twenty-two other counties [I address Is, Chaplain J. I. Gerber,

I;, out the use of ,any lumber, whatsoever besides Hendry failed to reach the Point AdjustmentsMay USS Hendry, APA-118., Terminal

which would add materially to "E" bond quota but every county Now Be Made Island, San Pedro, Calif.
the cost.: It now seems likely that went over the top in total sales' The only other information con

1, an effort will be made to get along Definite progress toward adoptionof The state's total sales of $249.- cerning the launching was a tele-
'')/ with facilities available, until a a formula by which 'Florida vegetable 883,750 against the quota of $137- Wholesalers, and retailers of meats gram received by Mr. McCormick
V suitable building can be' constructed. growers can expect quick price 000,000 for a percentage of 182 percent and! fats whose net point inventorieshave shortly after in response to his tele-

adjustments in the event of a crop was fourth high in the nation, fallen below 50 per cent due gram for details. The lengthy telegram .
Last :year a vacant room in the disaster, was made in Washingtonlast I exceeded only by West Virginia, to point changes of May 4 and Au- Is reprinted below but still
city hall building was declared week by the Office of Price Ad- Maryland and Georgia. Since the gust 3 may seek 'adjustments be- does not give the information soughtby

available for overflow classes and ministration and the War Food Administration beginning of the war bond sales tween August 13 and September 15, county residents-the reason for

I it now seems likely that this room, it was reported by officers Florida has purchased almost a billion C. E. Miner, chairman of the local naming the ship after this county:
and possibly others, will be needed of the Florida Vegetable dollars worth of bonds. War Price and Rationing Board, "In re your request twentysevenJune

during the coming term. Committee who were in attendance The Sixth War Loan Drive is said today. USS Hendry launched! Cali-

at the conferences. scheduled to open in November and Applications should be made directly fornia Shipbuilding Corp., Wilmington -

Dance To Celebrate Loring Raoul of Sarasota, chair- plans should now be underway: to to the local board and must Cal., twenty-five June. Name
man of the Florida Vegetable Committee make this drive also a great success include the net point inventory at selected by U. S. Maritime Commis =
Third Anniversary LaMonte: Graw, Committee close of business August 12; the sion. Christened by Mrs James K.

Manager, Pete Tins of' South Miami, ration bank balance; points on hand Herbert wife of Col. Herbert, port
Home
j Of Riddle FieldA and John Ford, Secretary or"the Nelson Purchases but not deposited and points re- commander, Los Angeles port of ;5

Florida Farm Bureau attended the Through BeardsleyC. ceived for foods not elivered.The embarkation. Her matron of honor :ti

dance will be held at fiddle meetings and expressed themselvesas applicant must list all items on hand was Mrs. Frederick H. Warren, wife

Field, sponsored by the RAF office, being encouraged by the pro- having point value higher than of Lt. Col. Warren, LAPE executive
to celebrate the third anniversary pf gress made.In E. Nelson of the U. S. Engineers, zero; on the August 13 chart, except officer.

the field. Music. will be by the Air general, the conferees reached who left this week for foreign service butter acquired by point loans from "Ship is troop transport built on

1 Corps orchestra from BuckinghamField. agreement on a procedure to estab- with the Engineers, probably in Washington, and items In transit. Victory ship hull, 362nd. ship and -
i lish price ceilings sufficiently highon South America, purchased before Many retailers suffered loss of 2nd. troop transport launched by

During the three years of opera- J the various commodities to ab- leaving the O. A. Anderson home on point inventories. Mr. Miner ex- Cal. Ship. Of 10,500 dead weight

tion many hundreds of Royal Air sorb the effects of a crop loss of as Ventura Avenue throHgh the Beards- plained, when some commoditieswere tons, overall length 450 ft. Will be
I l Force cadets have been given all much as 25 per cent. This 'would ley real estate office. reduced to zero May 4. The outfitted and commissioned before

, three phases of training at this, field I make it possible for prices to rise The house is located 'on lot 18, adpustments in certain extreme service with Navy crew.

: '- and sent back to England to take without delay. in block 451 and the transaction cases, he, said, were authorized in "Launching attended by army and
i I I their: places with combat crews after Major disasters affecting more was for cash. Mrs. Nelson and her connection with the restoration of navy officers and wives. Christening -

I; a few weeks of operational training.A than 25 per cent of the crop would children will remain at the new several of these commodities to very smooth, no accidents or
number of American Air Force have to be adjusted by special action home while he is absent. point value' August 13. events to mark superstition regard-

pilots have also been trained here necessarily slower in effect, The Beardsley office also an- ing ship future. Photo of ship and
I using the RAF training methods. possibly taking 14 days to accomp-1 nounces the sale of a thirteen and a Kiwanis DiscussionOf supplemental information will be r
Announcement was made this half acre tract in Section 19, Town- sent you by Dick Emery of Cal

week that one of the Riddle Fields, lish.Both OPA and WFA plan to hold I ship 43, Range 35, on Road 25 near G. I. Bill of RightsThe Ship News Bureau when cleared by

recently sold by J. P. Riddle to his hearings soon on the price ceilingsof I Bear Beach to Melvin Wilder. It Maritime Com. SPT AFPR. From

partner, John G. McKay, Dorr Fieldat various commodities, on some of I adjoins a seventeen acre tract pur- regular meeting of Kiwanis Herbert Co. LAPE Wilmington, Cal.
I Arcadia, was to be closed September which notices already have been issued chased by Mr. Wilder last year. Club was held Wednesday night at No sig." '
11 with Members of the vegetable' Mrs. Ruth B. Beardsley was the
along the Lodwick the Clewiston Inn' with a good at-
school at Avon Park. There has industry will have opportunity to be owner of the tract. tendance' of members.J. Ration Board To '

been no intimation, however, that I heard before the final price ceiling E. Beardsley, Service Officerfor i
any curtailment of the training pro- orders are issued."RESTAURANT. HOLD CLEWISTOX REGULAR AIR 3IEETIXG SCOUTS the local American Legion Post Have New Office :

gram was contemplated at the local -PRICKS- and chairman of the Kiwanis pro-
field in the near future. committee, an interest-
gram
gave
The meeting of the Clew-
regular L. L. Shirley, Pahokee Texaco
informative talk on the
and
ing
Restaurants and other places serv-I iston Air Scouts was held Wednes- dealer, is erecting a small concrete '
HEAVY RAIN TUESDAY Billf
: various phases of the GI )
I ing food must immediately post day night at the school ag building tile building just behind the build-
L -- Beardsley's talk
After
\
: prices in a conspicuous' place. Forms with Squadron Leader M, S. Wright Rights. Mr. ing in which the) ration board officeis
;
Clewiston
Tuesday experiencedthe the members of the club asked per-
:, for the purpose have been receivedand presiding now located which, when com-
second heaviest rainfall of the educa-
any tinent questions about
are available at the ration of- The Scouts decided to send two pleted, will be occupied by the ration
single day thus far this year when tional and loan provisions of the
fice. enlarged taken of the
photos grave
office. ,
1.79 inches were recorded at Town- .
I ,, of a British cadet to the family of bill.W. In order that .
I site Village by' the Sugar Corporation. ENGINEER FISH PRY R. Smith of West Palm Beach This is being done ;
I This ,brihgs the rainfall for the cadet in England. Instructionin and Pvt. Grover Sberman were Mr. Shirley can lease the buildingnow ...
The U. S. Engineer office and the use of the altimeter was in office, for a service
August in the western division of guests of the club. use as an
the U. S. S. C. u'p'to 3.5 inches above warehouse personnel enjoyed a fish given by Mr. Wright station and garage which will be '"
the normal for the month, but it is fry at the reservation Friday nightin Attending the meeting were Only electrical appliances built for operated by Gordon and Leon :

still 3.25 inches' below the yearly honor of W. R. Moore who is Bruce Beardsley, Charles Benbow safety should be used on the farm. Bembry. .
normal. leaving soon for foreign service. Stanley Wright, Raymond Trice and


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J U iJ T ( 'i QUEENP S -f m. Gems of Thought

'VL'2''QIIQII: I :i lPE ;

; i 1(0D A TF WE give way to our passions !

VsMssZs'MsWs2bYsssAin't /. we do but gratify ourselves r I
't for the present in order !
4:0ez: 7II/tjt&
It So! .WHITE W.N.UTEATUR to our future disquiet.Tillotson. :.. \

Teacher-Who is man's noblest friend.? THE STORY THUS FAR: Lieut. Col. equipment. He sank quite' a few crossed his tail, their guns going '!
Johnny-The hot dog-it actllallyfeeds frank Kurtz, pilot of a Flying Fortress,
and drowned hundreds of Japs, and full-blast, hammering tracers into A hush
pause
a wonder
!
the hand that bites it. teAL of that fatal day when the Japs' P-40 back to Java. his tail-watched his a growing;
every got plane roll overt' A prophet's vision understood
of his ;
struck In the Philippines. Eight i
men were killed fleeing for shelter and "But they were closing in on us and dive into the red dust at the In that strange spell of his bestowing, J I
Said the farmer of his wife: "I edge of the field. They dreamed
O-ld 99, with many other Fortresses, was from still another direction. We with him of Brother-
love the ground she walks on, 160* demolished before It could get off the could no longer operate from those "Now another Dutch pilot comes hood.
acres of the finest soil in the Mid ground. After escaping to Australia, advance fields at Kcndari and Sam- in, with a Zero' streaking for his HARRISON D MASON.

west." what Is left of the squadron files to Java arinda across the Java Sea. The tail, the Dutchman dodging all the Men must know that in this

where they go out on many missionsover Japs had moved into Borneo and way to the ground. Fifty feet from theater of human life it remaineth -
the Philippines. Six Fortresses go the ground he slips to the
the Celebes. So we. waited for whatwe right to only to God and the angels to
The Truth on a mission over !Macassar Strait where avoid that stream of tracers, but it'stoo J
knew was coming. They must be lookers
on.-Francis
He-Since I met you, I can't eat,. there Is a huge concentration of Jap be stacking Jap bombers onto what late. Flames come gushing out, Bacon.
1 can't sleep, I can't drink. ships. They make their bomb Robinson's runs and had been our own fields there- yet he manages to land and jump Duty so soon tires. Love goes a Tall
the return trip Major
She (shyly-Why not? on In- within of Java. out of the burning plane. It's a ter- the waY.-J K. Jerome.Willys'.
plane goes Into a dive and crashes easy range
He-I'm broke. to the sea. U. S. planes circle over the "We didn't have to wait long. One rific fight overhead; we can hear
dead Queen. morning I was at the KNILM Air- the faraway rattles as they clear
their guns-the brave Dutch kids
are
field at Surabaya, checking on a
Gas Stomach transport plane which was supposedto fighting for their homeland, and sev-
on CHAPTER XIII en planes were lost that morning of -
be for
bringing in ground crews
Relieved in 5 minutes or double money back the twelve which had been Java's
When excess stomach acid CBDSCS painful, suffocating "I now watched this last four falling Bud Sprague's fighters, when at Operations only defending Dutch fighter force.
RES,soar stomachandbeartburn doctors usuallyprescribe they'reported in great excitement -
qmptomatierelref-medicinealike the fastest-acting medicines thosein known Bell-ana for through what was practically a that a Jap bomber force "As I climbed out I realized the .
s Tablets. No laxative. Bell-ana brings comfort In a striped fog made by Jap pom-poms picture was darkening,fast. We were
Java itself headed down
I was over
jiffy or double your money back on return of bottle fourI
to o*.25c at all druggists. coming up at us. We could see the I the island. depending on our Fortresses to keep n one
Japs crowding the rails, trying to the Jap transports away from Java: c-
jump overboard as the bombs gathered (Abbreviation for "Kaninklijke Neder- but we had to have fighters to defend J
SKIN IRRITATIONS OF speed. The first bomb plunkedinto landscTz.I ndische Luchtvaart Maatschap- our flying fields.

EXTERNAL CAUSE the water alongside, but the pij," meaning Royal Dutch Indies Airplane I "But it wasn't until later in the eepVLight

Acne pimples, eczema, factory dermatitis other three went smack! smack! Company.) day that I found out the Zeros had .

,mmplering\Vorm, tetter,salt rheum, smack! right down what had been "I was panic-stricken for fear they got Major Straubel, one of our own
bumps, (blackheads), and ugly broken- deck it looked
her and squadron
promenade commanders. He'd been TrucktfPotsenger
out skin. Millions: relieve itching, burn- might branch off at Malang and
ing and soreness of these miseries with like she was coughing up into the catch our Forts on the ground there. piloting a B-18 we used for transpor- Car
simple home treatment. Goes to work at sky a ,kind of confetti made up of bottled with tation, and was coming from Malang Light Tractor
once. Aids healing, works the antiseptic Luckily.the'pass'was up to /Power PlantRHEUMATIC
planking splinters and Jap infantry.My Surabaya to talk with General
fog, so they on down toward
Use Black and White Ointment onlyas came
way.directed. lOp, 25c, 60o sizes. 25 'earB'success. right wing man, who was releasing I us at Surabaya. Brett. The Zeros hit, and from the
Money-back guarantee. Vital his bombs synchronized with "At almost exactly eleven o'clockwe ground they saw him go over the
in cleansing is good soap. Enjoy famous me, scored four hits across the backof : hill on fire."While PAIN
could hear them hitting the city
Black and White Skin Soap daily. the liaison work lasted t
this I
ship. off in the distance. We knew they Need not Spoil your Day-Get after It Now
"You ought to hear Beardshear, wouldn't miss us. I'll never forget was quartered at the big hotel in Don't put off getting C-2223 to relieve -
Surabaya and the whole didn't pain of muscular rheumatismand
our tail gunner, tell about it. Not thing
WIuSuf/? having any'Zeros to keep him busy, feel right. You weren't sure-of.these Use other only rheumatic as directed.pains.First Caution bottle: .

he was enjoying the scenery and natives as you had been of the Fili- purchase price back if not satisfied.
,1 FOt MllOt ACRES All PAIlS OF playing 'Yankee Doodle' on the deck pinos. That night a few were shot 60c and $1.00. Today buy C-2223.

,; RHEUMATISMNEURITIS.LUMBAGO planking with his .50-calibers. He who vere caught flashing lights into
r.
the air. And at the hotel the bare-
i + says we. passed over so close that '
he looked down the funnels, and he footed waiters, who slipped silently C 0

called to us over the interphonesthat between tables and in and out of the SNAPPY FACTS

he could see what they were going high-ceilinged rooms, began to dis

to have for chow-rice and fish appear. ABOUT

heads. Then we made our turn, j1'had "My own boy turned up a coupleof I

BmNGs BLESSEDftEC.Etf: : and went on back to Batavia, which days later, however-with tearsin
c-
was crowded with refugees from his eyes. Said he was back and riJriRUBBER
Large Bottleli mu tnfcmj'122Small Size 60c 0
Singapore. to stay. He wasn't sure what this
*CAITIOI: ME OUT AS DIRECTED*
IT ALl teeD DBBS STOICS n E! Kill 11 uctipl el price war was about, but he'd taken his
MelEIL DfiOS CO. lie. JmSOIHUE 4. FLORIDA "About this time,'\ said Frank mother and sister to the country,

Kurtz, "I got word from the Colo- and was back for the rest of the war. The
for the
nel that at last some American P-40 "Jap Intelligence must have been demand reason'for tires and great other

fighters were on their way up from very good, because one bomber had rubber products for military
TO CHECK ... R I A Australia, equipped with belly tanksso peeled off the formation and madea motor equipment Is evident

they could take it in hops, landing direct run on the newly completed when it is realized that to-
r'tare j1'I
k\ IN lDAYSTd for fuel at Kupang airdrome on Dutch Army-Navy building (they day's infantry divisions require -

... Timor Island. It was part of my had just moved, in), scoring a near- 3,500 ordnance vehiclesof
liaison job to get them settled with miss. 160 different varieties.Thesame /
the Dutch' fighters ;at their airdromeat "The Forts of, course had been size outfit in World a.

for Malarial Symptoms. Gnoro It was another beauti- pounding away at the Japs, and had War I wbs equipped with
4,400 horses and 153 ordnance -
fully hidden field. The Dutch had to come back with ominous news- motor vehicles.
lead them to it with an escort plane. they'd spotted a Jap carrier out in

"When they landed I found there the Java Sea and sent it away limp- Because of the poor condition of

were nine, led by my old friend ing. If they'd had more strengthand tires and other parts, 43 per cent
ffiA Major Bud Sprague, whom I hadn't could, have laid down a denser'' more cars had breakdowns and
had to be towed from the tunnels '-
seen since the Philippines. I asked bomb pattern, they'd have sunk the
beneath New York's Hudson.River
damned thing. The Navy's PBY
him where Buzz Wagner was, and
boats of Patrol Wing 10 In 1943 than In any peacetime
Easy,handy to use. he said Buzz just hadn't been lucky.They'd flying were year, although traffic was 28 percent
No muss, no fuss. doing a wonderful reconnaissancejob
Dependable for 66 told them in Australia 'that lower than in 1941.
_r. 1 ears. 35c and one of them had to stay behind finding targets for, us-every
nearby I.00 sizes druggist's.Shoulder at your. and give the newly arriving fighter morning or so you might wake up aJ

pilots a little extra training, while to find a Jap carrier at almost any I.
1r the other would lead the squadron in corner of the island. The PBY's

Java. Buzz and Bud had tossedan I would sight a little task force in .. .
the evening but by the time I
Australian -- got
shilling to decide
!,
.
word to Forts to be out there
and Buzz had lost; he was stuck Heknow been anxious that his wife our
a Gun- with that training job. that he was all right. He died next morning, often it had slipped

: Or the Cost of One N "The Dutch fighter pilots, who are at three in the morning. : away."Most important of all, ten more

&, ft BUY WAR BONDS just as and prancy doing as their ours stuff., were They'dled all excited poor old Baalerts, the head' of that fighters presently arrivedhoppingup
KNILM Field. He'd never been from Australia via our stepping-
Bud in formation, and now they bombed before, and asked me whatto stones of. Timor and Bali. They
were putting on a show for him.They'd do. He had already crawled into 'were led in by Captain Will Con-

; dive onto the field in an attack his car. I told him that was the nolly, a commercial pilot, who flewa

(W1JIIFLIES ; string, and just before they hit, worst thing he could do, that we Beechcraft and did the navigatingfor
turned almost
they straight up in should run for the concrete slit the fighters-that isn't part of
the air and then
few
a thousand trenches at the edge of the field. their training.,' He reported they'd 1i1 to
feet up, that string opened out in "As we ran, we could hear the only lost one, which cracked up in

BREED ..:....... all directions like the petals of a second wave coming in over the har- landing at Timor Field.

rose. bor next to our airdrome-hear the "But they'd had plenty of excite'
IN FILTH "Bud had to admit the Dutch were hollow echo as the bombs crashed Just Invest in ft
ment. as they were approaching Liberty
he said -
But he had
to
good. take
into the oil storage base. They Timor the boys had engaged and
one of his planes up for a test that leveled Moro Kamban- War Bonds
It practically Buy
:'.. and show shot down a Jap fighter. It made
afternoon 'em how
to
: fly. the Dutch naval base there
a.:. gem, Connolly plenty jittery. He was an
"Bud hit it off with them
right coming in out of the'sun-it was real- old hand at flying, but his little
t'\ I away. He praised the camouflageon ly a beautiful job from the profes- Beechcraft had no guns, andwouldn't FOR QUICK RELIEF *
f --:-, their field. When he came back *
sional It's second in size
(;) standpoint. have lasted a minute in Fj :
next day, I heard him take his 0
own The docks
only to Singapore. were combat. So he hurried on out of
youngsters in hand. Of course it left a shambles. Our American Na- there to land at Bali for lunch. But A
AND was the old hooey, but he them Soothing S A LV E
gave vy's PBY's of Patrol Wing 10 were en route he sighted what was eithera ANTISEPTICUsed
CARRYDISEASE one serious, warning. anchored there. One or two were twin-tailed Messerschmitt 110 or a by thousands with satisfactory fe-

i, 'This is the bestcamouflagedfield burned on the ways, but the rest twin-engined Mitsubishi bomber, on suits. for 40, years-six valuable ingredients. -

1HEYtRE we'll ever operate on,' he told managed to take off, although the patrol, which, altered course and Spurlock-Neal Get Carboil Co.,at Nashville drug stores Tcnn.or write

them, 'so remember!. don't want Japs strafed a dingy full of sailors was coming toward them.

anyone to cross this field with a Zeroon rowing out to them. They also scoreda "Will Connolly had no radio in his

? his tail. Bail out, beach it, but direct hit on the barracks there, Beechcraft to warn the ten P4'sin ( t

5A&OTEUR5ENRAW6ERIN6 don't come back here with com- so for the second time those poor the formation he was leading, so Ior\ III OS
pany.: As a result, the Japanese guys of Patrol Wing 10 lost all they he started going up and down fran- R

didn't find Gnoro Field until two had-the first had ,been at Cavite in tically to signal them. Sure enough,
Do You Hate HOT FLASHES?
LIVES days before the end. the Philippines, the kids got the idea, and the two
"Not long after they came, I rang "Now came the third wave, head. fighters on his wing peeled off and II: you suffer from hot flashes, feel
weak, nervous, a bit blue at times
Bud up with a queer assignment for ed right for our airdrome. Echoing headed for the Jap. The first one I all duo to the functional "middle- h
the boys. We were doing everything around in the cement of our slit put out his port engine, but the Jap age" period peculiar to women-try
possible to stop the Japs from the sound of the crasheswas Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegetable Com
trenches, feathered it and kept on going. But pound to relieve such symptoms.
swarming over' onto Sumatra from terrific. Poor old Baalerts was then he was hit by the second P-40, Taken regularly-Plnkham's Com
Malaya. The Forts were ,out down there lying on the concrete pound helps build up resistance
pasting which, in spite of the fact that only against such annoying symptoms.
TANGLEFOOT their landing barges morningand floor, his white bridal suit soakingup two of its six guns were working, Pinkham's Compound Is made
night. We were using them half an inch of dirty rain water. knocked out the starboard motor. especially for women-it helps na-
ture and that's the kind of medIcine -
k practically as heavy pursuitskimming We were all thankful when we heard "You should have heard those to buyl Follow label directions.

It's the old reliable, that never fail down under the weather to that bomb pattern moving away. American kids when they got in. LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
n' ', Economical, not rationed. For tale .*1 chase landing barges going up the They'd laid a nice strip across the Most of them were just out of flying

hardware, drug and grocery Itor.l. rivers. field, but only one bomb happenedto school, and had never before flowna
"So we asked Bud to deliver a little hit the macadam strip."I P-40 except for the three-hour

strafing, and off they went, car- was just hoisting out of the practice Buzz Wagner had been ableto
rying belly tanks to get them there trench what was left of our bride- ': give them as they passed through COMPOUNDVECETAgLE
and stopping off at Andir. They groom-there had been a lot of noise Brisbane. But now they had drawn

went to work with 30-pound frag- and I'm afraid his condition was i first blood, and they were excited

mentation bombs and their machine pretty grave-when the Zeros hit, so and yipping like a bunch of fox

";""" 'f; i )3N y guns, and when they got back Bud we got Baalerts back down again. terrier pups. chasing their first rab.
, 12 SHEETS ZS reported the P-40's had had Japs "We watched one Dutchman com- bit.
diving off those barges in full :field ing in for fuel when two Zeros (TO BE CONTINUED)



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Pf The Moody Bible Institute of Chicago.
< : Western Newspaper Union.
Released by 1. Where is the cornerstone of 1. The location of the corner-

the nation's Capitol located? stone is unknown. ./

Lesson for August 20 2. A hoyden is what:\ ? 2. A rude, bold girl.
3. What was Carrie Nation's 3. A hatchet was Carrie Nation's

Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected weapon in her war on saloons? favorite weapon.
agtdR copyrighted Education by InternationalCouncil : used by 4. Would a Russian wear, eat or 4. Ride it. A droshky is a four

permission. ride a droshky? ., wheeled carriage.
.. 5. A barcarole properly is a 5. Venetian gondoliers.
t; THE PROPHET IN THE LIFE OF I musical term for a song sung by 6. It is heated until vaporized,
; ISRAEL I whom? and the 'steam thus obtained is

/ 6. How is water distilled? condensed into water again.
; LESSON TEXT-I Samuel 3:19-21; 7312. 7. How many trips did Colum- 7. Columbus made four trips to
that hath word.
TEXT-He my
GOLDEN word faithfully. Jeremiah bus make to the New World? the New World.
let him speak my -
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style news this summer in daytime, high at the front, low at back. The that it is the only really effective
sports and evening wear alike. This street-length skirt of deep blue spun message. God will not "let you OMACH1

(. 1 delightful new idea is especially rayon completes a costume that is down" if you teach and preach His ST
timely this season when limitationson equally suitable for dinner, at homeor Word. He let none of Samuel's .
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come glamorous stars of one's ward- Patternings of the handpaintedstyles The response of the people to l W-lraa When your stomach is queasy, uneasy 'OJ,

robe, thanks to the colorful and exotic are highly original, ranging Samuel's message was whole and upset, be gentle with it. :
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painted designs or prints that from exotic florals which trail colorful hearted. They were sick of their sin 5748 lake soothing PEPTO-BISMOL. It ., I
look hand-painted which make each blossoms and leafy vines all and idolatry. They proved the helps. to Non-laxative.calm and quiet Non-alkaline.stomach distress .. v"II:

garment an arresting work of art. over the fabric background to amus- reality of their repentance by put- Baby Bassinets Pleasant to the taste.Next time your ",i:

o Fabrics used for these distin- ing and daring stylized cockfightscenes ting away their heathen gods. A BEAUTIFUL bassinet for the stomach is upset,. take.soothing :
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... guished fashions as herewith illus and symbols, ,monkeys gamboling Such- repentance and appropriate new baby is every young PEPTO-BISMOL. Wes I
trated are fine rayons of both crisp through-- jungle glades and action is a prerequisite to spiritual mother's dream-and( usually a A NORWICH PRODUCT :,11. j
and soft textures.' Some costumes giant single flowers painted on in revival. God cannot give us His rude awakening comes when she

combine two kinds of fabrics very corsage fashion, embellished with blessing if we hold on to our sin prices them in the good shops. <.;,?

effectively, one being handpaintedand sequin-embroidered stamens. and idolatry.'Note They range from fifty to.well overa J JP
the other in solid color for con- The striking blouse shown in the how the revival expressed it- hundred dollars! So make your liGHTER : {

trast. For example, a stunning foreground is a notable example of self. They gathered together and own! 'It's easily done.A ".
slacks costume for informal dinner the new-style fantastically humorous prayed (vv. 5, 6)). Spiritual life large-sized market basket is lJ : i
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wear or for lounging at home, patterning. Cockfight scenes and thrives on the gathering together of covered with unbleached muslin, ?

teams tapered slacks of deep green symbols are painted on fine white God's' people. The crisis in Israel then padded with chintz or lovely Dr.Whltnr FRED polm lightens.r'.tanned Skin '>&". 1 ',:
'faille with white to make this distinctive met convocation of the dark akin! Easy wayl' lie at o"dragatores. ..
rayon a rayon rayon crepe was by a pink 'or blue rayon crepe or satin. .Use days nadireeted.SatisfactlonorMon.y ".. {
crepe shirt which is gorgeously blouse. Colored sequins are em- people. We need to revive the great Lace, net, organdie or dotted Back.FREESAMPLE.Send '4' ,, '
painted as shown upper right in broidered on amusingly to highlightthe soul-stirring religious gatherings ofa scrim makes the flounces. An ordi- 8cpostage.Golenol.Dept. V. :. .+r'vj\
'I l the group. Banana, palm and oth- cock's bright comb and feathers generation ago. Go yourself, and nary bed pillow is baby's mat- Box DR.264.FRED Atlanta.PALMER'S Georgia. "1"'

> er tropical leaves inspired the design The classic shirt is a favorite me- encourage others to go. Let the fire tress. SKIN WHITENER
of the hand-painted panels and dium for this new and sensational of God burn, and let those who meet I

the sleeves of this beautiful blouse, hand-painting vogue, because of the scatter far and wide as brands
the painting done in many shades of uncluttered simplicity of its lines. which will light new fires.

green to tune to the color of the Very interesting and more inex- "I will pray," said Samuel. He

slacks. pensive than the hand-painted fab- was a great intercessor (I. Sam.

Butterflies, flowers and leaves are rics are those printed in patterningsand 15:11, Ps. 99:6; Jer. 15:1): Revival
painted on soft rayon jersey to make' colors with a hand-painted look. starts in the faithful intercession ofa
the cap-sleeved blouse of the attrac- These prints are applied to the same burdened heart. Should we not
tive costume at upper left in the fabrics used for hand-painting and ask ourselves, "Have I really "
picture. The bateau neckline is cut are used in the same way except prayed for revival in my church, 80.6% of sufferers showed .

that because of the more moderatecost my. city, and my country?"
they appear more frequentlythan III. A Nation Delivered ((7:7-11).
[II Drapery Chintz the hand-painted fabrics and "Cry unto God he will save CLINICAL IMPROVEMENT

,., .. one-piece dinner styles. us," was the word of Samuel. They
One of the most attractive printsof cried, and He did! .The Lord thundered -
this type is a spaced design of with a great thunder," and

giant morning glories and leaves, in discomfited the enemies of Israel.In I after only 10-day treatment :'

subtle shades of pink, purple and these days of warfare we might w t
IiI r. 'y4& / blue trailing over pastel back- well cry out, "Lord, do it again,"

grounds, on linen-textured spun ray- thunder upon our enemies and defeat with
/ / on fabric. This material is wrinkle- them in such a way that they E ti

resistant, drapes beautifully and and we shall see that it was the handof
: tailors crisply. Being so versatile, God and not of men! (See Ps.

"" this stunning fabric is being used 20:7.) 4
this season for draped pareo swim Seeing Israel at prayer, the enemy
suits, spectator frocks, blouses, sep- took advantage of them and at- Foster D. Snell Inc. well-known consult- ,
ing chemists, have
just
I t'. arate skirts and dinner battle at this completed a test
1 : % gowns, serv- tacked. In the previous with a group of men and women suffering i
/ / ing all fields equally well. The very spot (see last Sunday's lesson from Athlete's ,Foot. These people were ? ,
charming frock to the left is fash- ) Israel had been defeated be- told to use Sore tone. At the end of only at'c:' ? ; r
ioned of this very lovely print witha cause they had fought with the ten-day test period, their feet were exam k' r''!ti \ .
hand-painted look. In order to weapons of man. Now, with God's ''f' ined by a physician. We quote from the w }
; / / distinguish the real hand-painted weapons of prayer and faith, they m report ;. j s}

I fabric from the printed type that had glorious victory.IV. After the use of Soretone according to
has a hand-painted appearance, the God's Mercy Remembered a"
the directions on the label for a period t\.
trick is to look for the artist's (7:12).
brush marks, which, of course, do Samuel raised a stone of remem- r of only ten days, 80.6% of the cases

not appear on the printed fabricnor brance, to remind Israel in the {' ': ::J showed clinical improvement of an infec
S I r nYH:1{ on those which are paintedby to that the Lord had
years come tion which is most stubborn to control." (
airbrush. been their help. A defeated, disheartened -
Time was when one went to the g:;;
dress material section for dress ma- Released by Western Newspaper Union. sinful people had turnedto ( y ,.::.. Improvements were shown in the symp ':
terials but now buy fabric God in repentance and faith, and toms of Athletes Foot-the itching:, burning ; .
\ you any
them J > ,redness,etc.The report says:
God had given victory. They
that strikes your fancy, be it a Dinner, Afternoon Gowns
''damask tablecloth or a chintz drap- must never forget His mercy. i'' ; : "In our opinion Soretone is of very definite
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,ery. You take it home and make an I Are Made of Gleaming Satin One of the great concerns of think- 4 benefit in the treatment of this A'rE
'adorable frock from it. The designer satin is ing men in our day is the fear that k :
d Gleaming making a sensa- disease which is commonly known
to us before as'Athlete's
victory may come we
of the charming bare midriff tional entry in the fabric world. It
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," are spiritually and morally readyto Foot:
forth from
gleams every nook and
receive it. If it does, we shall
crook of the fashion picture. Smart So if Athletes Foot troubles yon,don't tern-
a border of sweet violets and thus restaurant suits are made of hand- see a mad rush into excesses of all _ pprizel! Get SORETONE! McKesson & Rob-
kinds, a bold glorying in our own bins,Inc.,Bridgeport,Connecticut
again cotton scores a new triumph some slipper satin. Dinner and .
I in the dress fabric world. The short- afternoon gowns in slim, svelte lines ability and power, and even greater 4b..;':5

:', sleeved bolero that plays up to this accented with a huge hip bow at forgetfulness of God. ';

;.__ !flowery sunsuit, fits below the violet- one side, are made of rich looking What America needs now is a deep 1
t.;. strewn bra in front so that it just satin, not only in black or brown or going spiritual revival which will
covers the bare spaces, making the navy but in such lush colors as deep both prepare us for a God-given ;
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PAGE; FOUR. THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, AUGUST 18. 194;


complete team record for the season i riett received many nice presents. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH : inspiring service. Good fellowship,
News
The Clewiston shows 37 wins and 14 losses ,r Present were her parents, Mr. H. O. Meatier, Pastor :1 good singing and a worthwhile

which is a good record for any ball I I: and Mrs. Roy Alston and Louise Pre- thought awaits all who attend. Lets

Friday In Clewlston, club. 'Steady improvement is shown |; wilt, Jo Ann Crouch, Carol Alston, Sunday School-9:45 a. m. i I make this truly .a power house j
published every NEWS, Carline Berner, Edith Long, Pat Morning Worship-11:00 a. m. service in our church. t
FlorIda, by the CLEWISTON by the fact that the team won 161 I I
Inc. out of its last 18 games. Much of I I'I Bailey, Grace Ward, Annette Hoff- Training Union-6:45 p. m. There will be no choir practice_
the credit for the success of the,, man, Russ Owens, Raymond Trice, Evening Worship-8:00 p. m. l!]| this week. S a;:

Entered as second class mail matter team is due to Melvin Pape and I I I Frank Burns, Ben Bolton, Gilbert Prayer Meeting Wed.-8:30 p. m. ;I I "We are adopted by God's grace
February 1, 1927. at the Post Office Act of in Lefty Baker, who played with the i:, McLeod, Stanley Wright, Clarence Rev. J. D. Peebles will be the I Ito[I be adapted to God's use."
the
under
March Cfewlston 3, 1897.Florida team through the summer. These i| Stiles, Sammy Young and Charles guest preacher both services Sundayin I

--L_ two average schoolboys have steadied -'; Benbow. the absence of the pastor. Everyone i N:NIN. :.I:111N 1 :N 1 NINININ 1 1 :N1111N NIN NINIII NININ NININ:
I 1 1 1. 1 1. 1 1 1 1. 1
i __ is
how 1 __ urged to attend as Rev.
SETTLE, Publisher the boys and showed them :_: FOR ;fi
CJlIUt i MOTHER'S CLUB HAS SOCIAL Peebles has!' a message which will
Incase I ,
first class ball players perform. I II li
--- MEETING THURSDAY be of help to all. i:;:
Subscription Rate-$2.50 Per Year you haven't been to the games :I \ Don't forget training union. Thisis i|:: TAXICABS :;: ';
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the line-up from catcher to right :i ik. z.
DAY '
Rates On Application. The Mother's Club of the Community a service that every member of : AND KITE SERVICE .f. .,'-
Advertising field like this: Melvin Pape, I ',
runs
Frank Harben, Lefty Baker, Marty,,1 Church held a social instead the church should be having a part. :f'PHONE 18 .J:_ )
,
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Torbert Russ:i lof the regular meeting on Thursday There are unions for all ages anda : ,
Devoted of Clewiston to the advancement and Ilcnary and County.welfare Owens Waldron, Richard, Melvin Pape, Bruce,Beards-j I night at the Community Center., story hour for children who are .;..:NN:..:..:N:NILIN:N:.I:NI.i.11N N:1.:11:11:1.:.wwvJohnson's ,',-.1

ley Raymond Trice and Buddy:I Bridge and Michigan were played not old enough for a union. Mothers
--------- - ; with Mrs. C. Christian being high bring the whole family. ,............,. ,
Poole.
1 scorer at bridge and Mrs. M. A. The circles of the W. M. S. will
-
i i I meet on Tuesday as The I Fish Camp t -j
NATIONAL DITORIAL_ Thomas high at Michigan. Mrs. follows: _
.. All the arrangements for our pre- Christian received a pair of lovely Lorene Tilford Circle will meet at, (Near Hurricane Gate) :
ISSOCIATION football have been made, that i t 7'.';
season I the home of Mrs. A. G. Clewiston
printed handkerchiefs and Mrs. Twiddy on FIn. _
is-all except a' campsite. However, I the I Boats
Thomas a green linen handkerchief. Government Reservation at and Motors-Guide Service
if I continue to button-hole every-, Refreshments sandwiches and 3:30 p. m.; The Kathleen Mallory. Rates Reasonable I

one I see and recite to them my I j J cokes were served by the hostesses, Circle will meet at the home of I W. H. Johnson, Mgr .
lacrimose tale of woe, I think we'll I Mrs. Earl I ,.
Peters
at 3:30
-- Mrs. C. L. McLendon and Mrs. E. J. p. m. "
get one. I am now hot. on the trail Casper, to the following members: The auxiliaries of the W. M. S. '"

of a couple of "likely" prospectsand I Mrs. G. H, Brown, .Mrs. J, W. Dur- meet as follows: A. A.',s at the "

On The HouseBy -barring a major catastrophe, {I den, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. R. C. church Wednesday at 3:30 p. m.; I G. M. FORD ,.
of these should turn out to be I
one j Granere, Mrs. C. E.,Johnson, :Mrs. Sunbeams at the 'church.Thursday
D.. C. S. the McCoy. I have bothered Jim I II H. B; Magill, Mrs. Ed McGowin, Jr., at 9:30 a. m. I Civil Engineer and Surveyor :

Beardsley so much that every .time Mrs.' M. A. Thomas, Mrs. Curtis The Hour of Power will begin at Specializing In Everglades
he coming, he emits I _
So far as we knew the Clewiston sees me aj Thompson, Mrs. Boyd Vorhees, Mrs.L. 8:30 Wednesday evening and a
.
News was the first paper to be pub- dolorous "no" before I can even I' M. Weetman, Mrs. W. D. Wylie, cordial invitation is extended to I Surveys

lished in the city, so imagine our ask him anything.= I, Mrs. S. I{.. Swayne, Mrs. Christian, each and every one to attend this Phone 66 Clewiston, Fla. ,.
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surprise when we were presented i Mrs. G. E. Etherton, Mrs. W. E. _

recently with a copy of the ClewIs- I meeting There of will all be the a very football important boys Bolton, Mrs. R. M. Hare, Jr. The ':NNNNNNNN 1 1 1 1 1 :NN 1 :NNN 1 1 :NNN 1 1 :NNNNIN. 1 1 1 :NNNNNNNIINNNN 1 1 1 1 :NN. :..:..:..:...1.....:...:..:..:-:..:-:..:..:..:..:"'.. ., 'L I
ton Progress. 'latter four named are new mem-

received was Vol. 2, Monday night at 7:30 in my room bers of the club. v ;
The copy we at school. All of you be sure to be J. E. BEARDSLEY I
was printed Decem-
5 and
Number
there. Bring a notebook and pen- MRS. OLIXGER HONORED
indicate
This would
ber 1, 1927. in cir with you. Tuesday: night at AT: SHOWER MONDAYMrs. : 5 5y
it first began publication .rv Real Estate
that 8:00 at Carolyn Bryant's home theGirl's '-,
1926 and was published with no r '
Club will meet to '
Varsity '"
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great regularity. It contained no R. H Olinger was honoredat : :\
choose cheer leaders for the coming
masthead so evidentlyit a stork shower given her by Mrs. { :
ads and no and to make plans for the sale :
year
was purely a house organ for the of football tickets. Be there. I Vernon Bryant at her home. Mon- ; :::5:5RUTH R. BEARDSLEY

early Clewiston Company. day night.

This copy was concerned largely HARmETT AIiSTOX HAS f'Irs. J. W. Hampton entertainedthe

with reviewing the progress which PARTY OX BIRTHDAY guests with a fortune telling Insurance IHopkins ": -
had been made by: the infant city act. A salad course and Coca Cola _S 115

in the two years just closing from Harriett Alston entertained a comprised the refreshments. Mrs. .

virtually nothing to a nice sized group of friends: Wednesday with a Ohlinger received many beautifuland ; :>'

community "which showed that it party .at her home, the occasion be- useful gifts.Attending ,iA"" : /

was destined to become the capitolof ing her birthday .. ..{-' :. A'.: :-' -_I
Everglades." And the the shower were: Mrs/ -._' .. : Building ,?:..rr:
the upper The group enjoyed a swim in the I E. J. Smith, Mrs. H. J. Lehman, .' .
indicated "
made
prophetic statements levee canal after which they returned Mrs. Howard Leonard, Mrs. R. J.

that the planners of the City of home to play: games and partakeof Reese, Mrs. J. W. Hampton, Miss Phone 66 or 27R2 4 '

Clewiston really knew what it was refreshments of hot dogs potato Josephine Goodman, Miss Annette

all some about.of the There homes were then pictures under construction of- salad, baked beans and cokes. Har- Maples. I 1:N:N:NININ:NIN:N:1.:M:NIN:N:NIN:M:N:N:NIN:N HIW N:M:NN N:N:NI-:N:..:NIN11i.i NIMIti N..:..:N NIM:NIN N/NININ:.

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which would be familiar

to Clewistonites today and a few I
notes of (::_ :: : --C-'f..l._"' "'" .,
one ; ;
general agricultural ; .... ..,' -
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which had Jim Beardsfey getting "" .('. 1.. d:1'Si} .. '
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# "f"r 't "
_._ folks all- het up to raise strawberries. ......." '. --, #t

0n the whole, that issue of :
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the "Clewiston Progress" was a "1-.. _. r... .' ,
well-printed and readable periodical. -

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The city police force and a few

others who happened to be up that

,. late got in on the show the other

night when an Inebriated-construc

tion worker with a grudge againstthe

police officers in particular and ::", .;

the city in general climbed the water y

5e- tower in the park and stub-

bornly refused to come down. While aub

the police officers on the ground ww'y

pled with him to come down beforehe :

fell, he merely answered them .

: with conversation similar to that

used most frequently by muleskinners -
'i': ,
and continued to stay atop the I 'vr BEFORE THIS WAR IS OVER, there may be only two kinds.of '
tower. One of the officers finally t -r- "\
people in America .; .
took a shot in his general directionin 1 '

an effort to scare him, but no go. 5' 1. those who can still get to work in automobiles, .." :. I

Finally someone, called Elliott R 2. those who are forced to walk. ,": .

Gross, thinking; perhaps, that an I ': '
If teciive ;
you want to be in the fortu- Maintenance Plan "I
engineer might come in handy to '
/ nate group who will still be This plan was conceived by .: :..
reassemble the remains should he "
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riding to work in automobiles in ; ::
9 r experts car care.
happen to fall. Don't know just i ',:,
what kind of a rabbit's foot Elliott 4 ? < 'o. join Gulf's "Anti-Breakdown" Gulf developed it because

used but we are told that after 'a .,-4 Club today How do you do it? maintenance is a most impor- ,.

few minutes he came clambering ; Just come in for Gulf's Protant civilian job. ;:;

'.' down. Sorry: that we caii't give you

any information .concerning' who he

was or what happened to"-him after

he hit the ground stretc%
P
cou,5ozs/
fii eet your car at 39 danger points! ,ftlS '

A couple of weeks ago we paid a AlR-FILTERandspark-plugclean-
visit to the Clewiston Laundry J

,, fairly early in the.nforning, at least GULF'S Protective Maintenance Plan ing better, and radiator mileage.flushing A clean help air filter give p v .

early enough that Mrs. Spicer was : ";-'-'K includes Gulflex Registered Lubrication gas economically s.,
F
makes burn more ;
able to show us her night-bloom- which reaches up to 39 vital points with gas ,..
::.-- ing tropical lilies in her lily pond ci I I! six different Gulflex Lubricants that reduce clean radiator plugs prevents increase overheating.power; clean. 0-CU : > 5 w

just back of the laundry. The pret- > > y GUIF wear, and lengthen your car's life. t -

(,: tiest of these are a shade of red and

are very colorful-the others are

:.:.. white. She has had splendid success r Get a/i appointment at your
with these tropical lilies and

the pond is a mass of color early in Saw these Aeanngs and pis fan rings!" G'//&atio t. z ..
J-
the morning.. Not so, however, with .
the native lilies and hyacinths which j To HELP YOUR Gulf Dealer do a
; resist efforts at cultivation. I IT'S IMPORTANT to give your car a thorough job on your car-and to
:Mrs. Spicer has always had a good motor oil and change regularly.Gulf save'Ourtinlc-makeanappoint.

offers two outstanding oils .Gulfpride, ,,, !
-' beautiful flower garden but these : r- ment in advance. Phone or speak
tropical lilies are'the prettiest i I I "The World's Finest Motor Oil," and x' +} to him at the station. Then you
a; Gulf! JC, an extra-quality costing L = ''
things we've seen there yet. ;:f ,t< L should encounter no delay when I
few cents lessT = :
( i you get Gulf's Protective Maintenance -
t" _
: ,, Plan .15 services in all! I' .,.,.
..S't
Sporting Around .




r, what Wednesday will By probably Bernard the High be:Myers its School last played dlani- o (( Lp : :) ; ,5; Icat- CRi 74q


1-';' oudball game of the season, defeating powers the,

'!_'" the prisoner guards by the walloping alack Don't, reaate rnWD/W
. ? G3Yr7f41$
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: score_ of 21 to 0. Everyonewas '\ a drop I \ /
hitting the ball hard and little

Raymond Trice did a good job of

pitching the last two innings. The

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II FRIDAY, AUGUST 18, 1944 THE CT.EnVlSTO.ir; NEWS PAGE FIVB !



LEGAL NOTICES Respondents. 500,000 Everglades Drainage District of the Ninth. Tenth, Eleventh, Twelfth NEW SPAPER
rUULlSHED
i TO THE STATE OF FLORIDA ANE: Refunding Bonds of 1944 for the purpose and Fifteenth Judicial Circuits, where- OKEECITOBEE

-. 'I TO THE SEVERAL, TAXPAYERS, of refunding $8,600.000 aggregate I in said Everglades Drainage District PORT PIERCE NEWS OKEECHOBEB
PROPERTY OWNERS AND CITI principal amount of bonded indebtedness lies appear on the 18th day of September NEWS-

j, IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT OP ZENS OF THE EVERGLADE; of said District which was originally 1944, at the hour of 10:00 o'- TRIUNE ST. LUCIE

THE FIITirj\TII JUDICIAL DRAINAGE DISTRICT A TAXING incurred before the General clock a. m., of said day at the Circuit SEBRING MARTIN

CIRCUIT OP FLORIDA, IN DISTRICT IN THE STATE OF FLORIDA Election in November, 1930, and is now I Courtroom in the Courthouse in the THE MIAMI AMERICAN HIGHLANDS

AND FOrt PALM BEACH INCLUDING NON-REStDENT S; evidenced by bonds which were out- (City of West Palm Beach in said Fifteenth KEY WEST HERALD DAE

COU.NTV.IX OWNING PROPERTY OR SUBJECT, standing on June 3, 1941, and are now Judicial Circuit, and show CITIZENGLADES

CIL\.N CERY. TO TAXATION THEREIN, AND outstanding, together with certain interest I cause why the prayers of the Petition COUNTY MONROE

OTHERS HAVING OR CLAIMING: coupons appurtenant thereto for the Validation of said bonds .
.. NOTICE AND ORDER TO ANY RIGHT TITLE OR INTERESTIN and it also appearing that all of the should not be granted and said $4,500- CLEWISTON DEMOCRAT GLADES

SHOW CAUSE WHY $4.500.00 .- PROPERTY TO BE AFFECTED, facts required to be stated by said Pe- '1000 EvergJndeDrainage' District Refunding COLLIER NEWS HENRY
COUNTY
EVERGLADES DRAINAGE BY THE ISSUANCE OF THE ABOVE tition and Exhibit by Chapter 75 of Bonds of 1944, and the proceedings FORT LAUDERDALE NEWS -

DISTRICT REFUNDING MENTIONED BONDS, OR TO BE the Florida Statutes, 1941, are con- of the Board of Commissioners DAILY
t., BONDS OF 1944 DATED OC- AFFECTED IN ANY WAY THEREBY tained therein, and that said Ever- I of said Everglades Drainage Dis- PALM NEWS BROWARD
TOBER 1. 1944. SHOULD NOT ; glades Drainage District prays that trict in connection with the issuance BEACH TIMES PALM BEACH

BE VALIDATED AND CON- this Court issue an Order as directedby of said bonds, should not be validated The publication in each such newspapers -
!
FIRMED.EVERGLADES said Chapter 75, and the Court being -'i and confirmed as prayed In said Pe- shal be made once each week
: DRAINAGE DIS- The EVERGLADES DRAINAGE fully advised in the premises now, jtition for Validation. I for ) consecutive weeks, com-
TRICT, a taxing district in the DISTRICT, a taxing District in the thereforeIT I mencing with such first publication

'State of Florida, acting by> and State of Florida acting! by and throughthe I IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that |I and the last publication be not

through the Board of Commissioners Board of, Commissioners of Everglades IS ORDERED that all taxpayers, lat least thirty (30) days prIor to the I more than eighteen (18) shal prior to .
!! of Everglades Drainage Drainage District, Its govern- property owners and citizens of the date set for the hearing on said Pe- the ,date set !

District, its governing board.Petitioner ing board, having filed its Petition for Everglades Drainage District includ- tition for Validation, the Clerk of this I ?9NBiai& ORDERED at he Court- '

the ,Validation of $4,500,000 Everglades ing non-residents owning property or Court shall cause a copy of this Notice Jft 681 Palm Floida.
,I f vs.STATE. Drainage District Refunding Bonds of subject to taxation therein, and all and Order to be published in the following 16th day of August leach, ,

OF FLORIDA and the 1944, dated October 1, 1944. and it ap- others having or claiming any right, newspapers published in the I Isl' | 194

taxpayers, property owners and pearing in and from said Petition and title or interest in property to be following! counties respectively,. (the I JUDGE TrrJOSEPH S. WHITE
Citizens of said Everglades Drainage the' Exhibit attached thereto that the affected by the issuance the above counties In which the Everglades OF THE CIRCUIT
I COURT
District, including non-resl- Board of Commissioners of Everglades mentioned bonds, or to be affected in Drainage District lies) : I OF THE FIFTEENTH

Drainage District has adopted a Resolution any way thereby; and the State 'of JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF TH

subject j authorizing ,the issuance of $4-, .Florida through! the State AttorneysThat I JXAMR; OF COUNTY IX WHICH i Aug. 18-25 STATE, Sept.:OF 8, 1944.FLORIDA.

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NOVICE OF ELECTION ninth (39tn) and PottY-fIrst (4 let I the following Amendment or Section arty within such municipality or iy. and and after exptratloa'
WHEREAS. The Legislature of 1943 Districts shall be elected for e term 24 of Article in of the Constitution town and not otherwise.The of 'the o of each the
sttkWr the Constitution of 1835. of the of four years and the Senator Iron, of the State ol Florida, relating!: t O cam County
Counties ot Dade said
State of Florida, did pass 10 Joint Resolutions the Fortieth ((40th District elected to uniform county and municipal government each municipality, and Orangeand of the County OuntiM. the ofic
proposing amendments to the for a term of two rear from the' and the classification of town district Ing SUCtr
Constitution of the State of Florida and imf of the General Election ot 1944. cities and towns. be and the came IB. and other special taxing district now : Attorney a b aboIlbe within

Die same were agreed to by ,a vote and thereafter said Senators !shall be hereby agreed to and shall' b* submitted created by law or which may be here sId Counte. duties

z .f three-fifths of all the members elected elected for a term of four years except to the electors ol the State after Counties created by law, in each of said said Counties Solicitor within each o
shall retain shall become
and the
control the
that the said In of vacancy in office of Florida the General Election dutie
to each house; votes on case a at of of the
I power v fix their Attorney In
Joint Resolutions were entered upon Piled In office Secretary of State Representatives to be held in 1944 for' the of respective budgets C<> Stt. each sd
L their respective Journals, with the yeas June 14. 1943! for approval or rejection: that is to purpose measuring and Imposing -
and nays thereon, and they did, deter- say that Section 24 ot Article m of the mlllage to be imposed upon Section 1. On and after the ex-

mine and direct that the said -Joint A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing to the Constitution of the' State ot Florida ad property valorem in said Counties. subject to pition of the terms of the Clerk '
or other like within
taxes
Resolutions be submitted to the electors Amend Section 21 of Article V of the be amended so as to read as follows each respective Criminal Court of Record of
At the State at the General Election in Constitution ot the State ot Florida : district municipality town Dade and Orange OuntIe for which
or other
special
they
November 1944. Section 24 The Legislature shall taxing area. each are have been
Relating to Justice Districts and .Jus- and the
County Fax
Assessor In elected
each
i 1 KOW,, THEREFORE. I,- R. A. GRAY icca of the Peace. establish a uniform system of county of said Counties shall In'determining of the on January 1, 1945. the offices

, Secretary of State of the State of Florida, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLATURE and municipal government which shall each assessment add the amount levied of Clerk both of the Counties Criminal Cu.

do hereby. give notice ELECTION that/ aGENERAL OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: be local applicable or special except laws are In cases provided where or and Imposed bv such mlllage to the Clerks of the Civil Courts of Record ,
That the following amendment to Section amount Imposed by the and the
respective of '
Crimes In Dade
iitfU be held in each county In Florida may hereafter be nrovlded by the Legislature Cou
I 21 of Article V, of the Constitution Counties of Dade and Orange. County be abolished, and the '
that be Inconsistent i
al
the first mav
1 on Tuesday next succeeding I
of the State of Florida be and Section 2, duties of the of
That the Criminal
the therewith. on and after mid Clerk
Monday in November A. D. 1944. I
he same Is hereby agreed to. and the Court of
night. December 31st. 1944. the both
said Tuesday being the Filed In office Secretary ol State. County Countie
SEVENTH DAY OF NOVEMBERfor same shall be submitted to the qualified June 10. 1943A Tax Collectors of the Counties of and the duties of the Clerk
electors at the general election Dade and Orange. State of Florida Civil Court of Crimes In Dade County
." the ratification or rejection of the
In 1944 for ratification or rejection: shall
shall each all be taken
become the Tax Collector and
JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing to aumed.
said Joint Resolutions proposing amendments ove
"Section 21. There shall be not more become
for all ad valorem a part the
and the
taxes ,
to the Constitution of the State Amend Section Six and Section Sevenof acreage
than five Justice Districts in each Article XV111 of the Constitution of levied and Imposed for the calendar respective Clerks of the Circuit Court
Ol Florida viz
: and there shall be elected one in Dade '
county, year 1945 and subsequent and Orange Counties.
the State of Florida Relating to the years (except -
\ .A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing Justice of the Peace for each Justice Term of Office of Persons Appointedor taxes now required to be collected Section 8. The assumption of new
\' flie Amendment of Section 1 of Ar- District, who shall hold office for four Elected to Fill Vacancies' In Elective by the Clerk of.the Circuit duties under the provisions of this '

ticle IX of the Constitution of Florida years. Existing Justice Districts are Offices Under Said COnstitution. Court) within each of said Counties Article shall not entitle any ofc
Eclating to Taxation.BE hereby recognized, but the Legislature and Including all County taxes and to Increased compensation:
BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLA_
may by special Act, from time to all ad valorem and officers upon whom such new :'
IT RESOLVED BY THE LEOISK acreage taxes imposed -
TURE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA dute
time; change the boundaries of any : shall be Imposed shall \
by continue
FLORIDA any municipality to-wn. district
TTJRE OF THE STATE OF : "
That the amendment Section
following to -
such District now or hereafter established governed the
or other taxing district by general law of the
That the following amendment to Sec'Von upon
6 and Section 7 of Article XVlli
and may establish new or abol- as it now is.
1 of Article IX of the Constitution property within each of said Counties Stat or may be here
of the Constitution of the State of
ish such District now or hereafter as relates to the
any and the Legislature that fixing of theirrespective
provide
be andthe may
,. of Florida relating to taxation Florida be and the same la hereby
existing. Provided however salaries
each of said Collectors shall also col- or prescribing theirmaximum "
same is hereby agreed to and shall
: agreed to. and the same shall be submitted -
hat such changes shall be sub-
be submitted to the electors of the any lect any other taxes, licenses or ex_ compensation from fees; I I
I : mitted to the people of any county so to the qualified electors of the cises within said Counties. Such col- provided, however, that each officer
tate of Florida for ratification or rejection affected, by referendum at the next State of Florida for ratification or rejection lectors shall each remit to the desig- may. as he assumes the herein statedadditional "
at the next General Election
( at the next ensuing general
ensuing general election. nated take over and be
.
proper officials of each
taxing duties
to be held in 1944. as follows: Filed In office Secretary of State, election, that Is to say: That Sections authority In their respective Counties allowed employees '

Section 1. The Legislature shall provide June 10. 1943. 6 and 7 of Article XVIII of the Constitution all such taxes collected, forthwith, or and expenses of alstant. assumed ; 'j
for a uniform and equal rate of of the State of Florida be as be as may be'approved by the Budget
provided
may by law. Each Tax I
.;. taxation; except that it may provide amended to read follows
A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an as Collector shall collect each tax state- Commissions of such or by I "l
for special rate or rates on intangible "Section 6. The term of office for such other Counte ;j
ment In
and shall
I Amendment to Article V of the Constitution full Issue but one as
property, but such special rate or rates all to fill vacancies In "
appointees any may be established
tax statement which by the'
'- of Florida by adding theretoan shall Include all Legislature. ,
hall not exceed two mills on the dollar of the elective offices under this Constitution .
Additional Section Relating to the ad valorem or acreage taxes assessed Notwithstanding any general or spe-'i :
'
of the assessed 'valuation,, of such shall extend the first
only to
clal laws the provisions of this
Election of State Attorneys. Judges of during any one calendar year upon Article ,
intangible' property; provided, that as Criminal Courts of Record and County Tuesday after the first Monday In each parcel of real property and upon shall be self-executing. The Legis '.

to any obligations secured by mortgage Solicitors ,(except the Judge and Solicitor January next after the election and each lot of personal property and all lature may give reasonable interpretation .. ;

: deed of trust, or other lien the of the Court of Record of Es- qualification of a successor. tax certificates shall be Issued to cover to the word phrases and Sec-

Legislature may prescribe an intangible I cambla County). and Providing for flll_ "Section 7. In all cases of electionto all taxes upon each parcel of real tons of this and direct their .c ,
tax of not more than two (2) tag Vacancies In any of such Offices fill vacancies In office such election property for each calendar year and by related laws. The Legislature '

:mills on the dollar, which shall be I Prior to the First Tuesday after the shall be for that part of the shall be sold by each Collector, as is may by law control the compensation ,

I payable at the time such mortgage, i First Monday In January, 1949, by Appointment unexpired term commencing on the or may be provided by law as relatesto of each officer and the expense ..!
deed of trust, or other lien la pre_ first Tuesday after the first Monday and
I by the Governor and Con County Taxes, and tax certificatesnot conduct of each office affected ,
sented for recordatlon. said tax to be In January next after such election. hereby, and fee '
I irmatlon by the Senate. sold, and which by law or foreclosure may abol1 ;
I Filed In office Secretary of State
where they exist ,
and .
are converted Into title system ,
assesscents BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLATURE June 12 1943.A may S
be and mav control all
FLORIDA so converted by the respective Countie.
OF
OF THE STATE :
sate or rates or the taxes collected fees charges of offices ,
Counties and the property sold for the ,
I That Article V of the Constitution of o
I .... therefrom, may be apportioned by the J'OmT'RESOLUTION Proposing to, pro rata benefit of each Interested flclals within each of said 0-/j ,j
the State of Florida be amended by
Amend Section 5. Article VT1I of the '
and shall be exclusive of Section
Legislature taxing authority: sales shall be made 9. Section 20 of Article m. ;
sectionto
All other State County, District and adding thereto an additional Constitution of the State of Florida and penalties and Interest for delinQuencies and Section 5. 27 and 30 of Article V. 1
be Known Section 47 of said Article -
municipal taxes; and shall prescribe as relating to County Commissioners.BE Imposed as provided by law and Section 6 of Article V and Sec. "
of State
euch regulations as shall secure a just relating to the election Courtsof IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGIS- for County taxes; each taxing authority tion 5 of, Article I te 0n- .
of Criminal
valuation of all property, both real Attorneys, Judges LATURE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA where It has a tax Interest, may tution of the of

And personal, excepting such propertyas Record the Judge and County and 'Solicitor Solicitors of (the except That Section 5, of Article VIII. of purchase property sold for taxes or on remain in full force and etec and ',?J

= may be exempted by law for municipal Court of Record of Escambla County) the Constitution of the State of FlorIda foreclosure, 'and all moneys derived said Sections of said the

education, literary, scientific, and relating to County Commissionersbe from such'sales., and from penaltiesand other provisions of the Constitution 1
-religious or charitable purposes. and the same Is hereby agreed to, and the same 13 hereby amended, Interest shall be' collected and of the, State of Florida relating to the j
shall be submitted to the electors of
Approved by the Governor May 20. the State of Florida for ratification, or and as amended Is agreed to and shall distributed pro rata to the 'respective offices consolidated by this Article ..'.;.
shall remain In full force and effect
be submitted to the electors of the Counties municipalities. towns drainage -
the General Election tobe
1943.Filed in Office Secretary ot State rejection held at the first Tuesday after the State of Florida at the general election .districts, or other taxing districts save and except as they may each ,
May 20, 1943.A on of Representatives to be held In according to the proportion of taxes relate to such offices and the system
first in November 1944. follows -
I, Monday as 1944 for approval or rejection., That levied by each upon each parcel or of taxation and fees In Dade and I'

JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing : Section 5, of Article Vin. as amended piece of property involved. Orange Cuntie. Florida and as to ;.'
"Section 47. State Attorneys. Judges
lux Amendment to Article 7, Section 3.M of t the Criminal Courts of Record and shall read as follows: Section 3. Municipalities In each of said such otlc. and fees within
the Constitution of the State of County Solicitors (except the Judge "Section 5. There shall be one said Counties may by special electionto such Sections and the

Florida. Relative to Census and Ap- and Solicitor of the Court of Record County Commissioner In each of the be held prior to December 31, 1944. changed Constitution by this shall Article.be modified and

portionment, by Amending Section 3 I ot Escambla County) shall hereafter five County Commissioner's districts retain the right to assess and collect Filed
In
af said Article so as to Designate Os- i be elected by the qualified electors 10 each county which districts shall taxes. Upon adoption of this Article, June 10. 1943 office Secretary of State

., ceola and Okeechobee Counties as a ot their respective Judicial circuits or be numbered one to five Inclusive, and any municipal government within the

Senatorial District, Designate Broward counties as other State and County officials shall be as nearly as possible equalIn Counties, of Dade and Orange may, I JOINT '
A RESOLUTION
County as a Senatorial District and are elected. proportion to population. The after not less than fifteen (15) days' Proposing an
Calhoun and Gulf I Board of County Commissioners In the notice Amendment to Article VIH of the COn-
Countiesas
Designate "The first elections State Attorneys by publication, call a special
Senatorial 'DistrIct. respective counties shall from time election to be the stitution of the State of Florida -
a Judges of Criminal Courts of participated In by Relative
BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGIS- Record and County Solicitors (except to time fix the boundaries of such dlsrlcts qualified freeholders of such muni- to Assessment of Property

LATURE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA the Judge and Solicitor of the Court Said County Commissioners cipality only who shall determine bya I Taxes and the Collection of Taxes, by '
That the following amendment to Sec- ot Record of Escambia County) shall shall be elected by the qualified: elect majority ,whether Sections 1 and 2 Adding Thereto Additional Sections to ,

tion 3 of Article 7 of the Constitution be held at the General Election In 1948 ors of said county at the time and hereof be, or not be. effective within Provide that In the County of Hills-

af the State of Florida relative to cen- to take office the first Tuesday after place of voting for other county officers such municipality. Such freeholders borough. State of Florida the County ,
sus and and shall hold office for four to Tax Assessor Shall Assess the Propertyof
apportionment designating the first Monday in January. 1949. voting may by majority vote elect
Osceola and Okeechobee Counties as for a term of four years. years Provided that the County Com- have such municipality ,come under the County for the Purpose of Levy-

tne thirty-ninth (39)) senatorial DistrICt "The term or tenure of office ot anyone missioners elected from the even num- said Sections, or by a like majority of Ing State, County. School and Municipal -
Broward County as the fortieth heretofore or hereafter appointedto bered districts in 1944 shall serve for those voting determine that It shal Taxes Levied by the State County, .,,

(40) Senatorial District, and Calhoun any of the offices herein mentioned two years, those elected In 1944 from not come under said Sections, county School Board. School Districts.
and Gulf Counties as the forty-first shall not be extended hereby. Any the odd numbered districts shall serve such vote the majority votes to come Special Tax School Districts and Municipalities -
'
(41)) Senatorial District, be and the vacancy in any of such offices priorto for four years, and thereafter the under Sections 1 and 2 hereof .or 1 of the County
same is hereby agreed to and shall be said first Tuesday after the first terms shall be for four years: Provided any municipality falls to call and BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLATURE ."'

submitted to the electors of Florida Monday In January 1949 shall be filled that Section n of ;:Article VIII such election prior to December 31. OF TH STATE OF FLORIDA:
.for ratification or rejection at the General by appointment by the Governor and of this Constitution shall not be affected 1944. then In either such event. Sec That the following Amendment to Article ,

Election to be held on the first confirmation by the Senate as here hereby." tions 1 and 2 hereof shall be effectiveupon VIII of the Constitution of the

I r Tuesday after the first Monday in tofore provided by the Constitution but Filed In office Secretary' of State such municipality. In the event State of Florida relative to the Assess :

.November 1944, as follows: In no case for any_ longer than_ until May 27 1943 any municipality elects not to come ment and Collection of all taxes 1
"Section 3. The Legislature that the first Tuesday after tne first Monday under Sections 1 and 2 hereof, such the County of Hlllsborough. State
snail meet in regular session. A. D. In January. 1949. A JOINT RESOLUTION: Proposing an ; election shall not affect Sections. 4. Florida, by adding thereto addItona

.-ia55.: and those that shall meet every Any provision of the ConstitutionIn Amendment to the Constitution of the 5. 6, 7. 8. and 9 of this Article. except sections to be known a
ten thereafter shall as to the assessment and collection of Section 12. be and same is hereby
years apportion conflict herewith is! hereby re- State of Florida to Be Known as Article -
.the representation In the Senate and pealed." XX, Sections 1-9 thereof. Relating taxes In such munlclplty. which shall agreed to and shall be submitted to tie :'

shall provide for forty-one (41) Senatorial i Filed In office Secretary of State to the Consolidation of Certain remain as Is! by law Electors of the State of Florida to

Districts such Districts to be May 18 1943 Office In the Counties of Dade and provided however that at any general i ratification or rejection at the genera
I as nearly equal in population as practicable 'Orange State of Florida, and ProvidIng city or town election held thereat: Election to be held on the first :
I but no' County I petition filed at least day after the first Monday In November :
shall
be divided A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an in Said Counties for the Combination upon 1
i in making such apportionment Amendment to Section 12 of the Dec of Assessments and Collec_ days prior to such election by ten percent 1944. as follows:
,and each District shall have Mu- of the freeholders entitled to Section It. 1. From and after January ._
I one Sen- laration of Rights in the Constitution tions and Equalization of County.
\ ttor; Provided that Osceola .d Okee- or the State of Florida. Relating to nicipal and District Taxes. and Per- vote In such election, the question of 1, 1946. the County T AssessorIn
I ,vihobee, Counties Florida, snail constitute Double Jeopardy. Self-Incrlmtnatlon. mitting Municipal Referendum and whether or not such municipality shaH the County of HUsboroug. State .

the Thirty-ninth (39th) Senatorial Due Process! of Law, and the Taking the Consolidation of the Office of be bound by Sections 1 and 2 shall of Florida, shall for
,: District, Broward County. Florida ot Private Property Without Just Com- County Prosecutor and Solicitor with be placed on the ballot and upon a all State, County School, and Municipal ,

shall constitute the Fortieth ((40th) pensation, by Providing the Right of that of State Attooraay. and Combining vote to be so bound such municipalityshall taxes to be levied in the Countyby
-Senatorial District, and and thereafter be bound by said Sections the State, County. County ,
Calhoun and Persons to Work Shall Not Be Deniedor the Clerk of the Criminal Sho
.Gulf Counties Florida shall constl_ Abridged on Account of Membership Civil Courts and Duties of Tax Collector Board School Dlstrlc
I Lute the Forty-first: (41st) Senatorial or Non-Membership In any Labor ,with the Clerk of the Circuit Section 4. The County Tax Assessors School Districts .
District; and. at the same time the Union, or Labor Organization; and Court. and the County Tax COllector of Dade 2 The Legislature shall at the.Leg
In
I Session 1945 and
Legislature shall also apportion the Providing that the Right of Employees THE LEGIS- and Orange Counties impose no latve
BE IT RESOLVED BY
in the charge by way of fee or otherwise thereafter, enact laws specifying
representation House
of Representatives to Collectively Bargain Shall I
LATURE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
and shall allow upon the municipalities, districts the powers, functions, duties and compensation -
three (3) Be Preserved.BE .
tow
of the State
That the Constitution of County Tax des-
or other taxing
Representatives to each of Aesor.
the five IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGIS- of Florida be and the same Is hereby said Counties for their services in in paragraph 1 of .
-iicst populous counties and two ((2) LATURE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA amended Article XX thereto ignate '
: by
I I adding making and collections of shall provide by .law
-Representatives to each of 1. lkewtse.
the next nment
That the following amendment to the and as amended Is agreed to. and ad acreage taxes or other the the assessmentroll
eighteen more populous
counties and Constitution of the State of Florida.: shall be submitted to the electors of
one (1)) Representative duties Imposed or to be imposed here- of the County Tax Assessor 01
to each of the Section 12 of the Declaration of'Rights the State for adoption or
of Florida
remaining counties of the State under. The Legislature of the Stave all taxes levied by the State Count
at of said Constitution be and the same rejection at the next general electionto County School Board School
the time of such of Florida may. by law provide for pay- DIstric :;
Should the Legislature apportionment.fail to 18 hereby agreed to and the same shall be held in the year 1944. to-wit: ments to the respective County or Special Tax School Districts .' ,

tion the representation in the Senate appor- be submitted to the qualified elect- ARTICLE XX Counties in an amount not to exceedone nlclpalltles.

and In the House ot Representatives ors of the State of Florida for ratification Section 1. That on and after mid per cent of collections made and Section 12. 1. From and after Jano

at any regular session of the Legis- or rejection at the next ensuing night. December 31st. 1944. the County paid by the Collector to each taxing ary 1. 1946 The County Tax Collectorin .
General Election. that is to that I
say. authority, to cover all of collection the County of Hlllsborough. State or "
lature at any of the times herein designated Tax Assessors of the Counties of Dade costs
Declaration of
Section 12 of the Rights
and assessment Incurred by the Florida, shall collect all taxes levied in
it shall be the duty of the of the and Orange' State of Florida shall
State
of the Constitution of
I Legislature or Legislatures succeedingsuch each become and be .the assessors of respective Counties the County by the State. County
Florida, be amended so as to read as
regular session of the Legislature follows: all property in their respective Section 5. That on and after the County School Board. School District.

Either In Special or Regular session. to "Section 12. No person shall be sub- Counties and they shall after that expiration of the term of the County Special Tax School D1'lct .

I apportion the representation in the ject to be twice put in Jeopardy Tor date make all assessments of ad Tax Collectors of the Counties of Dade nlclpsltc. '.i
Senate and the House ; and other for shall at the
in
of Representatives the same offense compelled in valorem and acreage taxes and Orange State of Florida. L"J
nor airy
as _herein provided The rrlmlnnl' case ti be a witness ftfftlrtcralmself. : taxes that are or may be imposed upon which said Colector have been elect islative Session of 1945 and from !
preceding regular Federal or regular nor be' deprived of life:-liberty real or personal property or their use. ed as of the Januarv 1st. 1945. to time thereafter enact laws,specifying >

State Census whichever shall have or property without due process I Including by war of a single valuationall the duties imposed upon the County the powers functions, dute and I
been taken nearest for each of the Dade compensation of County k
any apportionment of law: nor shall private property betaken assessments upon property Tax Collectors Counties of Ta lector.
3f: Representatives In the Senate and without Just compensation. The municipality town district or other and Orange by law and this Article. designated In paragraph 1 Sl-
''
In the House of Representatives shall right of parsons to work shall not be special taxing district. In Dade and shal be assumed and 'ake1 over by tion 12. and'sal likewise provide ,

control in making such apportionment denied or abridged on account of 'mem_ i Orange Counties Such ad valorem respective Clerks Circuit the ,coJectlon. custio .reportlnuand
::' In the event the Legislatureshall bershlp or non-membership In .assessments shall be subject to review Court in and for Dade and Orange of collected 'a
fall to reapportion the representation labor union labor organization any and equalization by the Comity Board Counties who skall then each take by the Countv Tax Collector. :
or
:
in,the Legislature as required by provided) that this clause shall net be of Equalization of each County which over the books, funds and accountsof Filed In office Secretary 0 State. .,
this amendment before its adjourn- construed to deny or abridge the right in each County shall consist of the several the Collector for each County. and June 14 1943 ;I
ment (and such extraordinary session of employees by and through a labor County Commissioners and one who thereafter shal be known and The votes cast in compliance with said '

so called for reapportionment shall not organization or laber union to bargain member appointed) from and by each termed as both l... be limited to/ expire at the cod of collective with their employer municipality: or town in each County cult Court" and "Tax Colectror declarations and returns thereof, sal ,4

twenty days for at all until reapportionment Filed in office Secretary of State having a population ot more than the respective County wblc ,subjected t the same resulntl areprovteed '
i&-Aeffected and shall consider .. Mat 8. 1943A 3.000 at the last census: said Board to Clerk. law for general elections U v,
no business other than such of Equalization shall otherwise be governed Section 6. O and after the ex- the State of Florida '
:-eapportlonment)." by the general law from time plratlon of term of the County TESTIMONY WHEREOF
Should this /Amendment be ratifiedin JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an to time to fdroe pertaining to the Scllcltors of Dade Orange Counties, have hereunto set my

he General )Election In 1944, epecia Amendment to Section 24 of Article equalization of taxes: provided. every Florida, for whleh they shell tie each hand nod affixed thGreat
elections shall be called within ninety HI of the Constitution ot the Stateof municipality in each County having a serving at the time this Article is SEAL Seal of the State of F.rda.

lays therealtertor- the election of Senators Florida. Relating to Uniform"County population of 3-000 or less may appoint doptd. the State Attorney of Dade at Tallahassee the Capita
in the: Thirty-ninth (39th), and Municipal Governmant and ,the an additional member who shall Orange Counties shallbe mi the 3rd day Ju.
Fortieth Y40tri and Forty-first (41st) Classification of Cities and TownsBE be or become a part vof the Board of and .become the Prosecuting Officers A. D. 19
Senatorial a- tracts In such eccclal IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGIS- Equalization for 'the purpose of equalization of all) the Criminal Courts of R .
-elections tT' / Senators In the Thirty LATURE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: of taxes as respects any crop- Dade and Orange Counties respective- Secretary of State,



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RAGE six THE CLiEWISTOX NEWS FRIDAY, AUGUST 18, 1044
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J. B. HENDRY, et al., devisees, grantees, creditors or to be published once a week for four Ida, at 12 o'clock NOON 'September'5th
Future Farmers Chapters Defendants. other parties claiming by, through, consecutive weeks in THE CLHWIS-, ) 1944, for lands in HENDRY COUN-
NOTICE TO APPEARTO 'under or against William Bor- TON NEWS. TY* Florida' described as follows: ",
: : PAUL BROWN AND COMPANY, renpohl deceased; DONE AND ORDERED at the Clerk's Section 3.
In Florida Received a dissolved Florida corporation, GEORGE AZOO, who Is not Office, City of LaBalle, Florida! this South' Range 32 East, alining i<
and tire unknown assigns, suc- known to be either, dead or alive, Cth day t>f August, 1944. 320 acres more or less.
Awards of $300 cessors In Interest, trustees, or and if alive. MRS. GEORGEAzob (CLERK'S SEAL) THIS NOTICE la: published in com-
any other party claiming by, his wife, and If dead, the WM. T. HULL ?"fnSft with Sections 270.07. 270.08,
through, under or against said I unknown spouse, heirs, devisees, Clerk of said Circuit Court. Florida statutes 1941.
16-FNS) named dissolved corporation; grantees, creditors or other par- EVANS MERSHON & SAWYER The TRUSTEES reserve the right. to
'GAINESVILLE, Aug. PAUL BROWN 818 Olive Street, ties claiming by, through, under Miarpi. Florida to reject any and all bids.
"Outstanding Future Farmers 'St Louis, Missouri; G. A. RAD- or. against the said George Azoo; Solicitors for Plaintiff. TntiT 0iRDER T the Trustees of the
In this state received FORD. :223 Welsberg Drive, I WILLIAM H. WOODWARD and Aug. 11, 18, 25, Sept. 1, 1944. State of Improvement Fund of the
chapters North, St. Louis, :Missouri, andA. MRS. WILLIAM: H. WOODWARD, Florida.
Awards of $300 in cash prizes las't'WeeK M. KELLER, 4 Carrswold, St. his wife, 140 Valley Road, Web- SPESSARD L. HOLLAND
: in the contest prompted by theFlorida Louis, Missouri, as Directors of ,ster Grove, :Missouri; I Attest: Governor.F. .
Chain Store Association. said dissolved corporation, and All claimants under any of the '}Tallahassee, Florida C. Elliott Secretary
Trustees of the assets thereof; above parties and all parties hav- July. 28, 1944 : I. Fund.
"'T he Largo Chapter won first JOSEPH J. FISCHER, who alive Is ing or claiming any interest in NOTICENOTICE Augt4f911 18, 25. Sept 1, 1944. ..
laee in District IIIand first place not known to be dead or or to the real property herein-
} alive JOSEPH l
and If MRS. after described:.
'jn the 'state, receiving a .$50 war FISCHER, his wife, and if dead BE ADVISED that a suit for the is hereby given that the
bond Havana ,Chapter *onfirst'place the unknown spouse, heirs, devisees foreclosure of the lien of Sugarland TRUSTEES PROVEMENT OF THE INTERNAL IM NOTICE TO CREDITORS
; FUND of the State of '
grantees, creditors'or less Probate
District taxes outstanding Act, Sees. 119,
Drainage !
II and second place through, Florida offer for sale and will
in District other parties claiming by, against the following described land receive .- 120)F

in the state and was awarded a $25 under or against said Joseph J. situate, lying and being. In Hendry Florida competitive, at 12:00 bids o'clock in NOON Tallahassee, Sep-, IN THE COURT OF .THE COUNTY t l
bond and $10 in war savin'gB'stamps Fischer: County, Florida. : tember 5th, 1944. for lands in HENDRY : HENDRY
'war fUDGE. COUNTY, FLOR-
HEALYand
THOMAS LYNN, R. C. s. T. n. COUNTY, Florida described
follows
; :Vernon Chapter won first L. M. VREELAND Trusteesof Sth of Nof NWtt __....12 43 32SW'h : as In re:,Estate IN PROBATE :
,1)ace in District I and was awarded the National Farms Estate, ] of NE i south of Nine S2 of Section 3, .JOHN ELMORE of
not known to be either Mile Canal, less right of N>, Deceased
who are 4 of Section 13, T
'a $25 war bond; Pahokee 'chapter' I dead or, alive, and if dead, the unknown way _______..__..-__.____11 43 33 S& of Section 15, HAVING ALL CREDITORS AND PERSONS.
won first place in District IV and spouses, heirs, devisees, SE, of NEt south of Nine .S% of Section 31, Township 46' AGAINST CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
grantees, creditors or other Mile Canal, less right of South, Range 31 East, containing SAID ESTATE:
was awarded a $25 war bond. Thirty- ties claiming by, through, under way ._.__.__.._......___._:.....___.11 43 33 1280 acres, more or less. You .and each of you are hereby
notified
:six other chapters were awarded or' ,against said named parties: NE'% of SEU south of Nine THIS NOTICE is published in compliance claIms and and required to present any
from 'to $15 'in NATIONAL FARMS ESTATEand Mile Canal, less right of with Sections 270.07, 270.08 and either demands which you or
$2 of
prizes varying tire unknown Trustees ther .- way ._,_......_.____._._.._._._.-11 4"3 33 270.09 Florida Statutes 1941. estate you, may have against the
war saving stamps.' These awards of, and, all parties claiming by, NWU of SE#, less right of The TRUSTEES reserve the right to of John Elmore, deceased, late
made on 'a competitive basison through, under or against Nat- ,vay _.___1_.._.:____.__...._...._.11 43 33 'reject any and all bids. said County, to the Cdunty :Judgeof
"were. all BY ORDER of the Trustees of the Hendry County Florida, at his office -
ional Farms Estate, Including' SWi/t of SEU, less Road __11 43 33
chapter programs of work'and persons who operate or do busi- SEt of SEJ.4, less Road .._.,11 43 33 Internal Improvement Fund ofthe. at La In llell the court house of said County
the accomplishments made ,by the ness or have operated or done NEt of NE',4, less Road and State of Florida. calendar e. Florida, within eight
business under said name: less right of way ...._....._.__15 43 33 SPESSARD L. HOLLAND, first months from the time. of the
chapters throughout the publication of this
respective HEALY L. M. VREELANDand Road and Governor. notice. Each
R.; C. I NW'xl of NE less t Maim
'ata tee THOMAS LYNN Trustees, less right /of way .__....___.15 43 33 Attest: ahd shall or demand shall be in writing,
ji'. C. state the
Elliott of
Secretary place residenceand
who are not known to be either SWi of NEU, less right of
I dead or alive, and if alive, MRS.R way ..,___.____._._______..15 43 33 Trustees I. I. Fund. post office address of the claimant -
-Army To Take Over C. HEALY MRS. L. M. VREE- I SE& of NECK, less right of Aug. 4, 11, 18, 25,. Sept. 1, 1944. I claimant and his'shall be sworn to by the

LAND.and MRS. THOMAS LYNN, way _...__._ ..._r.___.............__-.._.15 43 33 I''and agent, or his attorney,
Luke Placid Club their wives, and If dead, the unknown NE'/i of SW4less right of filed any shall such be claim void.ELTHEA or demand not so
I spouses, heirs, devisees, way and less railroad rightof I I
grantees, creditors or other par- way ._:..._...___._....?.,-_.....-__:!...15 43 33 July Tallahassee 28, 1944 Florida As administratrix ELLIS EL of IORE.the, Estate

WASHINGTON, Aug. 16-(FNS_ ties against claiming said b3through named parties, underor ; SE'i way of....SWU.__._,.._less..._____right.._.___of_.1543 33 :AOTICK I of and As executor of the'' Last Will
Testament of John Elmore
Floridians: should be interested in R. H. JOHNSTON, who is not NEV 4 of SEVi, less right of deceased. ,
I known to be either alive or dead, way J.__,___.._............__._...15 '43 33 NOTICE is hereby given that the July; 21, 28. =
the recent announcement of the and if alive, :MRS. R. H. JOHNSTON NWof SEt+, less right of TRUSTEES OF THE INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT Aug. 4, 11. 18. I

War Department that the Lake his wife, and if dead, the war ___,_._._ .._.__..:..._.._.___.....15 43 33 I FUND of the State of ,
unknown spouse, heirs, devisees, SW& of SEi less right of Florida offer for sale and will receive
Placid Club, Adirondack mountain grantees, creditors or other par- way ,..___.......,._....._........_......_.?-__.....15 43 33 I competitive bids in Tallahassee, Flor- IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID?
resort, will be' taken ,over by the ties claiming by, through underor SE 4 of SEA,{, less right of
.
Army as a rest center for ,the battle- against said R. H. JOHNSTON: way .:.._._...._._._..__._.._.._.__..15 43 33 -------
O. T. RUSSELL and MRS. O. I Tract 8A as shown on resub-
"weary GI Joes. The club was founded T. RUSSELL, his wife, Manhattan i division plat recorded in 1I11II:MtIIllllllllllllli IIIIIIIIIIiIII "i 11IIIIIIIIIII! IIIIIIIIIIIIII r IIIWJllliUl '?;;I.IIIIIIIIIIIIII jllllllll11111 I V IIIIIIIIIIIIII a
in 1895 by Melvil Dewey and it ; Kansas; Plat Book 2, page 68, Hen- T -
BORRENPOHL. widow dry County Records, beingin '.
JOHANNA: (
has accommodations for 1200 guests. William Borrenpohl, deceased SW% of ...,...._...____._.. 7 43 34 ._,. .1j.
In. 1915 Mr. Dewey founded a Hoyleton Illinois, IRENE Tract 21 as shown on Nat- ty
'branch the club at Lake Placid in BORRENPOHL KASTEN and ional Farms Estate Plat i.
of
MARTIN KASTEN,'' her husband, recorded in Plat Book 4, Help Provide More Guns :
Highlands County, Florida. Hoyleton Illinois, HARRY BOR : page 61, Lee County Rec- :: .
Whether or snot the Florida club RENPOHL and MINNC BOR I ords and re-subdivision
RENPOHL his wife, EMMA BOR- plat recorded in Plat Book ;
''Will :be included in the Army's pro- RENPOHL) BROCKMEYER and 2, page 68, Hendry County l

gram was not stated.LEGAL AUGUST BROCKMEYER, her husband Records .........._...._._.__ 7 43. 34 ?
I THEODOR BORRENPOHL has been filed against you. ?
1 and EDNA BORRENPOHL. his The suit is pending in the Civcult BUY
NOTICES wife, and WILLIE BORREN Court of the Twelfth Judicial Circuit 1
;- POHL and ANNA BORRENPOHL, of Florida in and for Hendry County 1

............, his wife. Oakville! Illinois; GUST and Is styled "Sugarlan'd Drainage '_ WAR 1 e
BORRENPOHL and DALLA BORRENPOHL. District, a public' quasi corporation
.. 5w Tnn:: CIRCUIT COURT OF THE his wife, MARTHA under the laws of the State of Florida, .
TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF BORRENPOHL MARQUARD and Plaintiff, v. J.. B. Hendry. et al., Defendants .;. 1 BONDS ?
'r.. FLORIDA ,AND FOIL IIUXDRY EDWARD MARQUARD, her hus- ." :::-
!;.I. 'COUNTY ix CIIAXCKUV. band,' and WALTER BORREN- IT IS ORDERED that the de- ,.. fSf:
NO. 1017 POHL and ELLA BORRENPOHL, fendants in the suit, are you required to .;. from income I 1 3 Q ):
-- his wife. Vencdy, Illinois : and
j' file an appearance in such proceedingon X
, : j 'SlTGARLAND DRAINAGE DISTRICT a CLARA BORRENPOHL TWEN- the 12th day of September, 1944, and .. f
, public quasi corporation under the HEFAL and PAUL TWENHEFAL that in default of :your appearing, the ;
. '.' laws of the State of Florida, her husband, Gorham, Illi- allegations of the bill for foreclosureof 'Sf OFFICIAL :l.'s'
, / Plaintiff. nois, as the heirs, of William taxes filed In said cause will be PHOTOGRAPH V f' .f
''VB. Borrenpohl. deceased; the heirs, taken as confessed by you; this order u. S. ARMY
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THE CLEWISTON NEWS PAGE SEVEN
FRIDAY, AUGUST 18, 1914
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Mr. and Mrs. James F. Rowlandand club. Mrs. R. C. Wilson won first : Sue Cornette, Iris Ann Wright.

daughter, Evelyn, of Miami, prize, a percale sheet, and Mrs. i i Helen Espenlaub,. Nadine Andrews.I .
L z spent the week-end here with Mr. Carl Johnson received a pair of I Joyce Turner, Mary Edith Button

and Mrs.; C. E. Bailey and family.S. percale pillow cases as second I I i Peggy Powell, Joyce Tanner, Christ-

prize. Refreshments of iced tea and''ine Dunaway, Elnora Tanner.

I PERSONAL SOCIETY W. Herring of O'Brien, is hereto avocado stuffed with shrimp salad Bessie Townsend. of Felda and Mrs.

spend a few days with his daughter were served. Montgomery

Mrs. Robert Dacey and Mr. Those playing were: Mrs. D. G. !

Dacey. Alston, Mrs. G. B. Thomas, Mrs. H. i>

R. Hall, Mrs. Ed McGowin, Jr., Mrs. FOR RENT-My house

Mrs. W. D. King was taken to Otto Larsen, Mrs. F. Deane Duff, i

I .' Jack McConkey of Miami visited Mr. and Mrs. Howard Leonard Good Samaritan Hospital inVest Mrs. R. C. Wilson and Mrs. Carl.' and twenty acres of land
Palm Beach the latter part of last Johnson. \
I,c here Tuesday with Bob Ruett. have returned from a vacation tripto at Hooker's Point. Mrs.J.
week for treatment. .
''If' points in North Carolina.Mrs. .

I.tiT< : Harry Turner---of Tampa was a MKS. WOODWARD ENTERTAINS I B. Sigler Garden City

I ,..... business visitor here Monday. Jimmy Harris has returnedfor Miss Grace Ward returned Monday -,BRIDGE CLUB FRIDAY NIGHT ,
I her from a visit of a couple of | Savannah Ga.
v.' a, visit of a week or two at I 1 tc.
weeks at Fort Myers Beach with Mrs. V. C. Woodward entertained -
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visitor home in LaBelle. i
If i' Mrs. R. -R. Hooks was a
=: Mr. and Mrs. H. H. McCall of La- the Friday night bridge club ate:
in LaBelle Sunday.
t:: Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Jones and Belle. her home Friday night. .
; FOR SALE
:" Mort Feldman spent the weekend :Miss Marianne Jones spent. Sundayin Mrs. E. C. Mills was high scorer I Guernsey

f&< 0 with his parents in Miami. Miami. Miss Orvilla Hoperich spent the and was awarded a pottery vase; cow and 4-months old
;i -- week-end in St. Augustine and Miss i Mrs, Curtis Thompson'was second

I.: Stanley Jordan spent the weekE" Miss Ruth Connelly is, spendingher Janie Regan, who has been spend- I and received a pyrex baking dish heifer calf-See M. L.

end with his parents in Bartow. vacation at her home in Geor- ing her vacation there, returned to while Mrs. C. L. McLendon won the

: I gia. Clewiston with her.F. cut prize, pyrex custard cups. Pape. 1 tp

:"'I'-:,.,", \ Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Ward returned Refreshments of pear salad, sal-II
Miss Townsend left Wed- E. Conkling was called to tines, iced tea
;>_ last week-end from a vacation Betty and nuts were served
: ? trip to Signal Mountain, Tenn. nesday for Tampa for a visit with Patchogue, Long Island. last weekend to: Mrs. R. C. Nowling, Mrs. I I '
: FOR
'."-3 '., --.- relatives. by the death of his father,. F'I Thompsdn, Mrs. Mills, Mrs. 1\IcLen-1 I SALE-House and

,: E. Conkling, Sr. He left from I don, Mrs. Joe Hall, Mrs. G. E. .
, : '_ Mr. and Mrs. Horace A. Bestor I furnishings. Togetheror
;f;;: spent the week-end in Miami. Miss Jo Ann Walker left Wednes- West Palm Beach by train Saturday. Etherton, Mrs Charles B. Owens

\ ''- -- day for a visit with relatives in ----- and Mrs. A. W Lawrence separately. Also 1
R. Y. Patterson spent several
Ocala and Beach.
Paul Greenwood was a visitor in Daytona
..... Miami over the week-end. ; days last ,week in Tallahassee on GIRLS' AUXILIARYMET large pedestal fanA..

/. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Bernbry business. Mrs. Patterson, who hasbeen : WITH JOYCE TURNER .
R. Brink 602 E. Osceolaor
visiting relatives in Pensacola,
':. J. S. Haven is convalescing in left Wednesday for Tampa to spend ,

h-;:: the Clewiston Emergency Hospital a few days on ;business., / returned home with him. The Junior Girls Auxiliary met phone 140M. 1 Itp

.
after .a siege of pneumonia. I'I at the home of Joyce Turner for
I G. E. Flipse and G. A. McCann of Mrs W. A. Montgomery was in their weekly meeting.

''' 'Mr. and Mrs. Joe .Hilliard and son Miami, OPA officials, were business Fort Myers Thursday to bring home Peggy Powell, G. A. president, EQUIPMENT FOR .
Mrs. H. J. Roath from the hospital
visitors here Monday and Tuesday.
of LaBelle were the guests Sunday presided over the business meeting.
f where she has been under treat-
: of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Pape. A study period reviewing the mis- RENT-Contract plow-
ment for the past week. Her health
Mrs. C. H. Berner and Mrs.. C. L. sion book, "Indian Blankets "
,
was
Mrs. Robert Dacey spent several I McLendon were visitors in West is said to be greatly improved.Mrs. in charge' of the G. A. Counsellor, ing and discing, Victory
Palm Beach Saturday..
Mrs. W. A. Montgomery.
days this week at her former home
Pat of
McGehee Memphis,
in O'Brien, Fla. Miss Betty Townsend of Felda is Tenn., arrived here Saturday for a The month of August will be devoted gardens, plowed. Trucks,

visit of a couple of weeks with her to a study of the American
visiting this week with Miss Christ-
Pvt. Charles E. Slonaker is visit- ian Dunaway. parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Pre- Indian by the girls of the auxiliary. tractors and plows.Equipment -

'. ing here with his sister;' Mrs. M.. A. witt. She flew to Miami from After the program a social hour
:e Thomas and his father Slonaker. was enjoyed with indoor and Moore Company -
S. P. games
-
George Yon and E. M. McCoy of Memphis and took the bus to Clewiston I 'r
request songs and refreshments ofa
for a surprise visit.
L Zellwood were vIsiting' old friends Clewiston Telephone _
}. refreshing drink and cookies were .
here
:>. Monday. C. P. O. James ,Lundy of the served by Miss Virginia Turner.. 106-W. 1 Itc. :

Albert Mueller left this week for Naval Air Corps, who has just returned -I Attending were: Barbara Moore,

from the South Pacific and

Niagara tion. Falls for a month's- 'vacaI is spending a month's furlough at .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:.

: his home in Moore Haven; was the

I. guest Wednesday of Mr. and Mrs.
J. D. Quinton of Moore Haven
J. M. Fountain.
t I was released from the Clewiston FORRENT
-
Matinee 3 P. M. Night 7-9 P. M. Emergency Hospital Wednesdayafter Capt. and Mrs. A. G. Twiddy and

.> Sat. and Sun., Continuous I a minor operation. children returned home last week (Advertised. Last Week For Sale Through Error) I\

f. 3, 5, 7, 9 P. 31. after several months at "0. J. I i
Miss Marguerite Mizelle is spend-
I
t. Ranch" near Jensen Beach where FURNISHED 4-ROOM HOUSE J
WEEK BEGINNING AUGUST 20 ing her vacation in Miami with her "
Capt. Twiddy was engaged in workat :
,,.- sIster, 'Miss Laura Mizelle, who is :
the Navy Amphibious Training HENDERSONVILLE, N. C. ;
F. SUX.,& MONt AUG. 20 &.21 empoy d" the "e." -- *
Base. He has now been transferred i

!I orI back to Clewiston to take :
Miss Charlotte Walston has returned -
f I!:, from Lakeland :where she charge of experimental work for the Equipped With Electric Refrigerator and.
"t};, Engineer Board. -
has been attending; summer schoolat Innerspring Mattresses

rcvra Southern College. -
I\. Robert Fowler, a navigation instructor -
Miss Florence Graham is leaving at Riddle Field for a couple 2 MILES FROM DOWNTOWN ItENDERSONVILLE OX

f Also Cart conTUES.WED. Sunday for a visit ''ith her parents, of years, left Monday from Miami CONCRETE HIGHWAY-OXE BLOCK: FROM BUS LINE

\Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Graham in Jack- for Georgia for enlistment in
r II UG. 22 & 23
,
sonville. the ,Army Air Corps. He will take

:. his basic training at Biloxi, Miss. Lights Water and Telephone

Mr. and Mrs. Clyde.Egley and Mrs.. Fowler accompanied him to ,

r children and Mr, and Mrs. L. J. Georgia and will continue on-to 2000 Ft. Elevation-Located On Echo
Pape are spending their vacation at her home in Baltimore' while he is

Fort Myers Beach in service. MountainSee
>,

Mrs. E. M. Iari'is.and her daugh- Mrs. E.V.. Durst left Saturdayfor MRS. H. C. JONES '

i': .ter-in-law of Belle Glade were the Miami to spend a few days with : ,

[, dinner guests Sunday evening of Mr. Durst. She :will leaye there on 52;> SiiRamore AAC.: Or Phone 19 : .,

t' -AlsoWAR'S -- Dr. P.. L. Ringo. Sunday for Signal Mountain, Tenu., \

--. where she will join her daughter, .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:,,:..:..:..;.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:,.:....:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.::..:..:..:..:..:..:. ,'
EXTRA A daughter,' Barbara Lee, was Mrs. E. O.Vard, for a vacation ....- -. !
I. visit of several weeks. Mrs. R. P.
born Friday to Mr. and Mrs Robert
GREATEST UNTOLD STORY! Cheyne at St. Mary's Hospital in Hooks will join Mrs. Durst in West ....-:'"::.. .- ... 'O .'T'I.. .:.. ....:. ... ',..,...--C.rT..1-'l: : "" "','t&..::'...... ;

General Sfilwell's; Burma- I West Palm Beach.. Palm Beach Sunday and accompanyher
Campaign openingiHESTlRCHofliE the to Signal Mountain for a two-

,," I C. E. Miner was in Miami the weeks' vacation.

I first of the week to visit his daugh- Seminole Package StorePallll

: ter-in-law, Mrs. Neal Miner, and FAREWELL' PARTY FOR

I her baby son, born there Monday. MRS 1 11UEG15I1. TUESDAY

\ : I! Mrs. Roscoe__Brinton returned Mrs. C. R. Krueger, who is leading Beach Liquors, Inc.

...- .. Clewiston this week to make '"
.
t 20th ..oj; "" I Saturday from. Fort Myers General -..
\k, her: home in Fargo, North: Dakota,
Hospital where she has been re-
1 was honored with a farewell surprise
f cuperating from a recent operation.
T handkerchief shower"- the BaptistChurch : aA ,.>... ..
Tuesday night by the ladies '
Clarence R. Bitting of New York, abha' : .
-----
of the Kathleen Mallory and Lor-
-.
President of the United States "
'.,\ _. THURS.-FRI., :\t(... 21 & 23 is spending this raine Gilford CirCles. The churchwas '. ,::--
.t ;: Sugar Corporation, Stock of
Complete Whiskeys
" I week in Clewiston on business. decorated with assorted cut -.,
flowers. Upon her arrival at the

: J 17 )f- :t, Mr. and Mrs. Neal J. Dwyer, Miss shower, :Mrs. Krueger was presented -
:
gW..nq with Mrs. J. Rum Gin And'
a lovely corsage by Brandy .
. Proc Roebuck and J. W. Van Paten Himrod. ,
fever were visitors in West Palm .
Games played and .gifts
tro 1 rcru.lCahoon were presented in a beautifully )

decorated doll carriage. An auto
and News Misses June and Christine Dun-
graph book with a farewell mes-
away visited Mr. and Mrs Bill
--- -- --- --
from all present was given Mrs.
sage
SATURDAY AUGUST 20TII Peters, Jr., in Fort' Myers last
-', week-end. Krueger. Refreshments of ice All At East Coast. Prices '
cream and cake were served. Those:

Mrs Harry Lehman and Mrs. present were: Mrs. E. M. Cornette, .. .
.
.1
Robert Ohlinger have returned froma Mrs. Fred Sykes, Mrs. H. C. Meador, ..'
vacation visit to their former Mrs. Ben Bolton, Mrs. William SPECIAL Beer By The Case:>:
.
b
J\ f cr WALIACaT homes in Virginia. '. Montgomery, Mrs. Arch Hodges; .. .'"f- ..
Mrs. Leon Bembry, Mrs. Fred Top- .
,; ;} '
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.
1 8p Mrs. Patty Nead returned this per, Mrs. W. R. Broadcrick, Mrs. .
_
I
T r ea41olc/irJn'r_ } tt, week from Leesburg where she has M. A. Thomas, Mrs. Floyd Andrews, '. ...,';..:.
I been visiting relatives for several Mrs. E. F. Phillippi, Mrs. Jack Him 'y roa, '. .t

\'lo weeks. rod, Mrs. J. Rodgers, Mrs W. J. .' 1

Robinson, Mrs. A. H. King, Mrs G. 9:00 to 1:30 4-:3Qto
Open Daily a. m. ; : i
Mrs. S. I.. Crochet and Sharon F. Serson, Mrs. Earl Peters, Mrs.S. : ,

left the first of the week to spend L. Tanner, Mrs. Fred Dunawayand '
s r 1 l their vacation at Fort Lauderdale Mrs. H. Land. 8:00p.m. (' ,'I
:
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.
Beach. -- "
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MRS. EZELLE< HOSTESS TO < '. '- ,; .. '
,, Chapter \o, 7Il : : ,0' .Y
f Major Donald E. Eppart of the BRIDGE CLUB WEDNESDAY '
; / / // District U. S. Engineer office in ,:.-. ,.' Saturdays: 9:00 a. m'. to 8:00 p. m.t .

Jacksonville, visited the local sub- Mrs. J. W. 'Ezelle was hostess to A.
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: .: :: : :._"t" :(, ;' '._ office on Tuesday. the Wednesday afternoon bridge -

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Washington, D. C.' Anecdota Presidentia:
thooLt5 like.. winds
iI NAZI PEACE FEELERS Although the White House is the
last place in the world ( %:blowing
of Material Reports that the German generals except
Flow ;
Shipping Losses Reduce revolted against Hitler only after Grant's Tomb) you'd expect to finda And wrap tKe sunny day

Efficiency of Pilots Suffers From v peace negotiations with Russia, gag-man, some of our Presidents 'roved
failed, have caused Washington dip- have fashioned bon mottos that my

Poor Tactics in Combat. lomatic sources to reveal that, on would have earned them berths on soul

two previous occasions, German leading radio comedians' payrolls. L.TC""' :

peace feelers were extended,to Rus-
BAUKHAGE Calvin Coolidge, generally accepted .
l By sia.In as the of the Chief 0
fact, there was a very deep tightest-lipped
and Commentator.
News Analyst fear in U. S. army-navy circles that Executives, has several nifties to his

\VNU Service, Union Trust Building:, the German air force. And as Nazi Russia might be tempted by these credit. A Washington correspondent WNU Features.

Washington, D. C. fighter-defense dwindled, so the earlier offers, especially during the questioned him about his reactionto
weight of sheer numbers reducedthe days when no second front had been Rupert Hughes' biography debunking -
Paradoxically, on the eve of what effectiveness of German antI- started and when Stalin was bitter many of the legends about
CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT
may be the greatest land battle aircraft defense and offense, due to against the Allies for not starting it. George Washington. Coolidge gazedout

America has ever fought, ,this coun- the bombing of her plane factoriesand Nazi peace offer number 1 was the window and then muttered

try is turning its eyes eastward.The plane-part factories and to the made several months after Stalin- nasally; "I notice the Washington

nervous Berlin radio has in Eu-already destruction of her pilots. Germany'snext grad, during the early winter of 1943. Monument is still standing."
announced that the war
be decided in three greatest weakness is lack of The peace proposal was made by HELP WANTED
rope may color gas and oil. This has been causedby the Japanese ambassador in Mos- In a discussion on the proper use

months. That statement lends the destruction (by the Allied air cow, who, being neutral, was in a of a word, Grover Cleveland was wanted.ltdrlgerator Repairman or serviceman / .
to the hints that General Rommel, Should be familiar with several
commander who seemsto force again) of oil wells, gasoline position to lay the matter before surprised to hear a Senator refer to makes domestic boxes also commercial
the one Nazi his source "Daniel Webster's dic- refrigeration air conditioning. Repairman
Fuehrer refineries and synthetic oil plants. Foreign Commissar Molotoff. Just as wanted for
to with the washing machine with
see eye eye to Proofs of the effects of this bomb- what was in the Nazi olive branchis tionary" "But my dear Sena- on different make machines. Thcs -are exper.good
and yet is apparently permitted tor said Cleveland "Noah made jobs for right parties will be permanent.
,
work out his strategy according to ing are not limited to photographs not definitely known, though Hit- Brown Starr Electric Co., Macon Ga.
science and not Hitlerian showing,the effect of Allied,air raidson ler was reported ready to give backto the dictionary" "Don't be
military "
it out win ball-bearing plants, on the Ploestioil the Russians all of their pre-1939 silly, replied the Senator, giving ATTENTION-MEN: OR WOMEN-DUE
intuition, is going to fight to
present
him scornful look. "Noah shortage of pharmacists we are
a built
lose or draw, along the outer edgesof wells, on the synthetic oil plants territory except the Ukraine. changing our policy, which I will require
and the refineries. It is shown in the ark. many capable unregistered men or women
Normandy. What effect the events Molotoff is reported to have torn to serve as ACSISTANT=:: STORE MAN-
following the attempt on the life of the German tanks and other war ve- up the offer and thrown it into the AGERS. Attractive salaries. Good hours-
Hitler will have on the internal situ- hicles in perfect condition aban- wastebasket.Nazi paid vacations-group insurance plan.insurance Excellent-HospitaUzatlon -

ation in Germany-or what the in- doned and captured because they peace offer number 2 was 'IT CAN'T BE DONE'I I tunity NOW and splendid Post-War future oppor- -r y.

cident indicates about Germany ran out of fuel. made in the summer of 1943 in a I Mr.Apply Fnssell at or Once.Mr. See Gibson I
Raids, really shake-down cruisesof villa When Wilson was faced with severe JACOBS PHARMACY CO., INC. .
within, remains to be seen. on the outskirts of Stockholm.It 77 Auburn '
opposition on his League of Ave. N. E. Atlanta. Ga. ''.
Whether the German collapse the giant B-29s directed against was made by Hans Thomsen, Ger- Phone WA 1021 for Appointment. ;

comes before the leaves turn, or Japanese industrial plants, have just man ambassador to Sweden and for- Nations proposals,"the objection, .
after the snow flies, the next weeks begun. mer charge d'affaires in Washington. "It can't be done, was familiarto Operators Government-Exper. or Inexper. to make
his At such times he uniforms and Carhart
over-
ears.
will see emphasis placed on the Pa- : Japan is already suffering from Thomsen, who speaks perfect alls; regular work union pay. E. R. Partridge -
cific campaign. It is not beyond' shortages of essential materials. Her English, was born of a Norwegian would relate this story: A man Inc., 157" Pryor St., Atlanta Ga.

the realm of possibility that peace great stolen storehouses of the Phil- father, and married a Hungarianwho was telling his son a bedtime story .
well within and the Dutch Indies are a about an alligator. It was TEACHERS
ippines
can be wrung from Japan was openly bitter against Hitler WANTEDHave
the current 12-month. The fall of long way from home. The transportation : and constantly damned him at Wash- creeping up behind a turtle, with
and his cabinet indicates the problem is a terrible one its mouth wide open. Finally it openings In Durham County Schools
Tojo ington dinner parties. Washington '
just outside city of Durham, for teachers !
which the -Japanese shipping has been sub- was within reach but just as its of Science. Mathematics.
gravity with Japs are hostesses never knew whether Frau English and upper
great jaws were snapping shut, grammar grades: Contact SUPT. W.
terrific losses sub-
jected to by our
looking ahead. Thomsen really hated Hitler or was 1%!. JENKINS Court House, Durham N. C.
the material marines and planes. the turtle made a spring, ran up ;";'
First, let us examine putting on an act to show that there f
upon which Japan counts to make up Distances Shrink in could be freedom of expression a tree and escaped. "Why, dad,
said the "how turtle FARMSFOR
I boy, can a
her sinews of strength. among Germans.At .
Far Pacific WarfareIs spring and climb a tree?"
She has managed to keep her any rate, Hitler later gave her SALE-578 acre farm, modern imp,
main battle fleet "in being" as the husband "Great Scott, replied the father to be sold to highest bidder under sealed
in better to of
Japan any position a position great trust as "he had to!" bids to be opened August: 15. 10-room house
phrase goes. Like Germany, toward resist air attack than Germany? his own personal interpreter, then with bath room R. E. A. lights water. 6

the end of the last war, in spite of The answer seems to be "no." Her sent him to Sweden, where Thom- tenant, tobacco houses. barn Cold,storage syrup house barns, mules stockades "':.

heavy losses in auxiliary craft, she greatest defense is distance, and distances sen handled the peace discussionwith A committee cows, hogs crops, tractor and implements
Congressional was corn shucker and sheller feed and
still has enough of her.big war wag- in the Pacific theater have the Russians.The meeting with President Wilson and power cane mill and evaporator.gristmill 350a.
,
ons to stage a "battle of Jutland," shrunk at a speed far greater than in high state of cultivation. On mail and
Stockholm olive branch also as you can well imagine, many of school bus route. Located at intersection
or at least to attempt it. most people dreamed was possible.Japan's was rebuffed by the Russians, though the good Representatives were shak- Quitman.Greenville,Boston.Madison highway -
Second still has large also intersection Brooks County Ga.. .
Japan a ,
b : next defense
.. fighter they didn't hesitate to let the Allies Madison&Jefferson
ing the walls with their loud, but un- Counties in Fla. Labor ;
well-trained, well-equipped army. planes-has suffered in greater pro- know that something like this on place. Everybody given same chance.
was rational The Prez listened
oratory. E. L. Burnetle, Route 4, Quitman Georgia.
That army has never been subjectto portion than was expected. The ,
being talked about-even intimatedthat
patiently for' a while, and then related :
the wear and tear of sustained quality as well the quantity of
as if
the second front wasn'topened this story: "I am reminded of
battle with equal. It is true that fallen BABY CHICKS
an Jap planes has off so that
before long, the next olive the old Colored man down in Vir-
there retreats which we has become in her
are many Japan stingy
branch
might be more acceptable.) ginia who riding mule and
was a 100% BLOOD TESTED
have read about when the Japs have use of fighters as the Germans. The
Baby chicks. All
Churchill took who was caught in a violent thun- breeds $7.95 per 100. .
staged what was advertised as a quality of her pilots has greatly de never any stockin Ship immediately. .,
these intimations, claimed the derstorm while passing through a PENN HATCHERIES OUTLET
big offensive and which petered out teriorated. And this point blends tin W. Girard Philadelphia 30, Pa.
Russians dense forest. Although he trembledat
with the flag of Nippon back whereit into another. Japan simply has not were bluffing and f
started'from. However, it is gen- the strategic know-how of aviation. would never make a separate the horrifying peals of thunder,
peace with the Nazis. His thesis he was thankful for the occasional LACQUER-PAINT .
erally agreed among military men When she does send her bombersand ''
that, except perhaps in the recent fighters out in great numbers, was that Stalin would be thrownout flashes of lightning which enabled
Surplus Close-out
him to his At last he : 20 drums Lacquer Thin-
abortive morale drive into India, they are no match for Allied power, of Russia if he did. This see way. ner in 55 gal. drums Si. gal. 200 gals.: Aluminum -
and was one reason why Churchill prayed: 0 Lawd, if it's jes' the Paint $2.50 gal.; f. o. b. Cleveland.
in Burma where General Stil- man or plane. Subject to
prior sale. Hercules PlasticMetals
well and the Chinese armies are There is no question that as Ja kept pulling back from startinga same to you, I'd rather hev a little Co.,3349 Berkeley Rd.,Cleveland O. 4 <
resistance weakens Allied second front.Roosevelt less noise an' a little more light!' "
moving to a junction, the Japs have pan's the
usually done just about what they striking power is increased. It is however, felt that

expected to do and could have done impossible to mention details, of (1)) it was only fair to the Rus- Theodore Roosevelt had this Visited Foreign GravesAfter

more if they had made up their course, for security reasons and it sians to carry out what we had legend on his White House desk:

minds to it. For the most part they would be unwise to assemble known promised them and the world as "The value of a smile::::costs

have not tried to win territory and facts and figures concerning the typeof early as 1912; that (2)) a second nothing-but creates much. It is the completion of Ameri-

hold it. They have tried to wear material manufactured and the front was' the one way to keep rest to the weary-daylight to ca's eight World war cemeteriesand

down the Chinese army, contributeto disposition of forces which, taken Germany busy on two fronts and the discouraged-sunshine to ten memorials in France,

the impoverishment and the weak- together, would indicate clearly end the war in a hurry. the sad-and nature's best anti- England and Belgium in .1929,

ening of the Chinese government.This enough how the weight of Allied dote for trouble! Yes-it cannotbe nearly 6,700 Gold Star mothersand

they have accomplished to no might is being distributed.We DESTRUCTION OF THE ROBOT bought, begged, borrowed or widows visited the graves of

little degree. They have 'likewise can quote the statement of Authentic London reports are not stolen-for' it is something that their sons and husbands as guestsof

reduced the number of actual and Prime Minister Curtin of Australia, too encouraging regarding destruc- is no earthly good to anybody- the United States government.Forms .

potential American airbases in Chi- for instance, who says that "this tion of the robot bomb. Greatest until it is given away."

na. They have made a possible land. year" British forces in great num- success has been in knocking it out

invasion of the Chinese coast harder bers will be transferred to the Pa- in the air with fighter planes. How- A large Republican meeting was :

for the Allies. Such an invasionis cific theater. ever, it takes a robot just 3% minutes attended by a small boy offeringfor medicated coat of skin

considered inevitable and essen- Finally, there is a third factor to cross the channel, so the sale four puppies, so young their I I protection on Irritated ,sur-
which seems to be a hastening of the face. Big supply costs liltie.i .
tial to Allied victory. fighters have to work with terrific eyes were still unopened. "Get your
'. On the debit side;-there are these end. It is difficult to speak of "mo- speed. (Total time from the bomb's McKinley pups!" he shouted, and

> items: rale" in connection with Japan since launching until the time it hits Lon- enjoyed a brisk sale. Two weeks MHXSliNASOOTHING

1., First, is one word written in the the people are told how and whatto don is estimated at 10 minutes.) later, the Democrats had a meetingin i

:" boldest hand because of the thing it think. But the tone of the official If they knock the bomb down over the same town, and the little MEDICATED POWDER

;' symbolizes-SAIP AN. gloomy utterances note.has Even taken as on to a decidedly the shiftsin London, it explodes with just as boy was again seen hawking an arm-" Ii

U. S. Planes Within Easy command-the fall of the Tojo much damage as if they had let it ful of pups. "Get your Bryan pups!

cabinet which might have been alone, so there is only one place to he yelled this time. AirBorne ChapelA
:'" Bombing Range of.Japan hailed with a cheerful fanfare, the go after it-over the channel. "See here," said an onlooker, United States fighter plane

The capture of this island base phrases were grave and grim.It Once a robot escapes the fightersand "didn't I see you selling 'McKinley group in New Guinea has .an air-
;: within easy'bombing range of Japan passes over London, anti-air- pups' here a few weeks ago?" borne chapel, complete with altar.

means many things. It tends to is also with reported, from sourcesin craft fire is stopped and the only "Yessir," replied the lad meekly,
touch Japan's inner poli-
neutralize what heretofore has beenJapan's thing to do into let the bomb take "but these are different-they've got WNU-7 32-44
tics, that the Jap militarists are "
advantage in destroying its course and explode wherever it their eyes open!
waiting hopefully to see if the Allies
American bases in China. It bringsthe hits.
grant enough leniency in their termsto
war figuratively, as well as literally Germany to justify surrender on Furthermore, it is not easy to Of course we can't prove it, but

y close to Japan. It registers their part. Although it was em-. knock down a robot over the channel. George Washington is alleged to

the success of a strategy which has phatically denied in Tokyo it is still Gunfire must strike its nose in order have become wearied with an official -

smashed Japan's outer defenses, her believed here that the Japanese rep- to explode it. A cannon ball I investigation which paraded a .

great Pacific island empire. It resentative to the Holy See laid a in the body of the' robot plane, how- score of experts through his cham- May Warn of Disordered 1- .
proves that "island-hopping" is un- tentative peace offer before the ever, will usually knock it out. Some bers. "It is my opinion," he is quot- Kidney Action

necessary. This means that the remaining Pope. intrepid fighters have flown up very ed, "that calling many witnesses to Modern life with its hurry and worry

;: Japanese strongholds suchas Briefly, then, |s the conservatively close-the robot cannot fire back prove one fact is like adding a large Irregular habits improper eating and
Truk, and other outposts do not optimistic observers in Washington -and tipped up its wing with the quantity of water to a small quan- tion-throws drinking-its risk heavy of exposuro strain on and the infec workof

have to be knocked off one by one, look at the picture rapidly form- wing of the fighter. tity of brandy-it makes it weak." the kidneys. They are apt to become

q, they can be by-passed and starvedout ing in the Pacific, they see several NOTE The Germans recently and over-taxed other impurities and fail to from filter the excess life-giving acid

if necessary. factors which heretofore worked toward have perfected a clock which goes At Teheran, Stalin drove home a blood.

Saipan in American hands means a long drawn out struggle in off inside the robot about ten min- point with a yarn that FDR is saidto headache may dizziness Buffer,nagging getting: :! up backache nights

y also that the B-29's which have already the Far East either removed or al utes after it leaves France, or about be chuckling over still. "The leg pains, swelling-feel constantlytired 4'You

r sounded their warning to the tered. First, the theory that the the time it is over London. This neighbor of an Arab sheik." related of kidney, nervous or bladder, all worn disorder out. Other are some-signs

Jap home folk will soon be in ac- Allies must fight their way to victory clock turns the robot's tail rudderso the Premier, "asked for the loan ofa times burning scanty ,or too frequent :

tive operation on a scale hitherto sea-mile by sea-mile, island that it makes an eerie, gracefulcurve rope. 'I cannot lend it,' said the urination.Try Doan't Pills. Doon't help the \.

: unapproached. by island, has been completely ex as if someone were inside sheik, 'I need it to tie up my milk kidneys to pass off harmful excess body

". Germany, like Japan, has at this ploded. Second, Japan's air force piloting it, or as if it were radio- with.' 'But surely,' replied the \raste.century They of public have approval.had moro Are than recom half a 1,,

\., writing a po\verfulland army. has been measureably deflated. controlled. This sudden turn is cal- other, 'you do not tie up your milk, mended by grateful users everywhere. :.
r... But Japan, like Germany has a Third, the strategy of a blow at the culated by the Germans to send it ina with a rope?' Ask_ your neighbor I

,: vanishing air force. Note thc corol- heart of the empire rather than at- different direction from that in 'Brother,' said the sheik, 'when

....>. lary and see how it applies to Ja trition at its perimeter is now con- which the British are preparing to you do not want to do a thing, one, Irnj' !
pan. The Allied air force crippled sidered a reasonable certainty. receive it. 1 reason is as good as another.' I I

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dow cord will be found helpful. nest is more satisfactory than

e 8 straw or hay for the hens do not
a Released by Western Newspaper Union.
nn A handy receptacle for sundry, pick or scratch the sawdust out.

TT REMAINED for Arne Anders- tacks, nails and screws that will be .

1 son, Swedish schoolteacher, to polite to your fingers, is a large To keep cookies fresh longer,

' prove to the world that talk of a cork kept in the kitchen cutlery add a tablespoon of jam or jelly'

1.I Food Problems Lynn Chambers' PointSavingMenu four-minute mile was more than drawer for ,convenience. to the dough.

wishful thinking.In .
Can Be Solved
! the greatest mile race of all When having difficulty in opening When you have an old clock that

j By Careful Cooking Jellied Veal Loaf time, Andersson toured the distancein a fruit jar with a metal refuses to run any more, it can

Corn on the Cob Potato Chips 4:01.6. Running against the famed top, place it upside down in hot be used in a sick room to tell whenit

t < Cole SlawPreserved Gunder Hagg, Andersson came the water and leave for a minute or I is time for the next dose of
) Fruit two and try again. The metal top I medicine by moving the hands to
closest
, to the
of
achieving goal
; Rye Bread Sandwiches some will usually expand and loosen I the time it is to be taken. This
; Peach Pie 70 years. He has definitely provedhis I
," readily. makes it easy to remember.
{' Recipe Given superiority over Hagg, and has

L removed any doubt that there is any.

There's a short-cut method to: one in his class. And it should be Place This Attractive HAIR

f) making finer, lighter cakes. If you Wed that Hagg knocked off the milein Sofa on Your Budget MflROlE TONIC

want a real treat in making cakes, 4:02, better than any previously .

. try the new method. Be sure ingredients recorded time before their duel. LARGE BOTTLE-25 .
' R have stood at room tem- STEEL COT WITH
f :.. perature for 2 hours or more so that 1943 Record GOOD SPRINGS AND
COTTON PAD}
shortening is soft and pliable: Andersson's 4:01.6: mile was the FRAME 0 "ALL IN"1-F AGGED OUT?

Maraschino Cherry Cake. latest development in the,running of LUMBERAND

Sift together in a bowl: the event that has PLYWOODBUILT Do you feel "all In" and ready to sleep
ZVs cups cake flour become a monopoly after a day's work? Would you like to
get rid of that tired feeling and join In
Vegetable platters offer light sum 3, 34 or 4 teaspoons baking powder for him and Hagg. THE the fun-have abundant pep and vital
mer eating possibilities. Arrange Yz teaspoon salt They have brokenthe COT ity? Maybe your system lacks certain
them in a pretty pattern with green record four elements such as Iron, Iodine, Calcium
1V6 cups sugar and Vitamin B-l the so-called "pep"
times in the past- PLAIN FABRIC 7
beans or making a pat 3
asparagus
Add: COVERS PAD vitamin. VITA-BERLES, the high-po-
tern with macaroni in the center and two years, shaving AND FRAME- tency treatment combining all these ele-
spaces filled in with corn kernels. Vz cup shortening nearly five seconds CHINTZ 2X25CR WED ments and providing 1500 USP units of
I \i cup maraschino cherry juice from the 4:06.4 NEW USED CUSHIONS FOR TO A 2X4 vitamin B-1 daily, may be just what you
need for a happier, healthier, romanticlife
to J. There's nothing like good food well 16 maraschino cherries, cut into J chalked up by Sidney iX2 especially if you're over 40.-Try
prepared. It's a pleasure both to eighths 1 Wooderson of VITA-BERLES today Just $1.00 a box
the cook who prepared it and also England in 1937. at your druggist or order. direct from
milk can buy a bond and have
to the one fortunate enough to eat it. V-2 cup In 1943 Andersson YOU VITA-BERLES SALES CO.
Proper preparation is a matter of Mix with electric mixer or by established a world sofa too, and that .is aboutas 2175 Station JI Cleveland, Ohio.MARY .
hand with for 2 minutes by Arne near to having your cake and
,
following rules carefully: That's why spoon record of :02'6': At
the clock. Scrape bowl''frequently. Andersson eating it as anything I know of.
we have recipes
28 the
Add flying Swede It is built around an old cot''',but it .
carefully tested : cut a full second from that mark.
is smart and substantial and hasa
1 ,,., and with accurate 4' egg whites For the first three quarters of his
back and ends and soft reversible -
Continue beating for 2 minutes,
directions given. race with Hagg, Arne actually was
cushions.
Formerly, good scraping bowl frequently. Fold in eight-tenths of a second ahead of
% cooks put in a l/z cup chopped.nuts, if desired. Pour the four-minute pace. He ran the The frame the trick. The rest
into 2 and floured 8- is the simplest sort of
lump of butter, a well-greased first quarter in 56.8 for the fastest slipcoveringjob
1" -:, s handful of flour, inch cake pans. Bake about 30 lap ever made in a mile race. Whenhe with loose cushions made to
minutes in moderate (350-degree) fit. The sketch shows how
etc., but no one a reached the half-mile mark, with exactly
When cool ice with boiled or the frame is made I
else could cook oven. 60.5 for though you y f
the quarter he hitting
was ytv, i
minutes have to substitute other 'y h
--t--d like they did. seven icing. may materials
pretty much the pace of a good
Now we have recipes so that every The peach crop looks plentiful and middle-distance man. He made the according to what is avail- /
luscious and it like part of it able. Any sort of wallboard
one can be a good cook as long as seems third quarter in 62.9 and the last or
he follows directions. should go into those light, fruity in 61.4. composition board or even a damaged )I') ySY. ....

; Vegetables, to be perfection itself, pies: ''I piece of plywood will do to
must be cooked to doneness with Peach Pie. In running 4:02.6 last year Andersson nail over the lumber framework.

just a bit of crispiness left in them. 2'cups sliced peaches ran his quarters in 58.5, 62.5, 1 *

Pies must have a crust with flaki- 1 tablespoon lemon juice 61.8 and 59.8. Comparison of the NOTE-This sofa idea is from BOOK 9 fr% I
two races shows that he was 1.7 faster which Mrs. Spears has prepared for read. I yJ
ness that will melt in mouth
your 4 cup sugar on the first quarter than last sum- ers. This 32-page booklet also gives full
with creamy smooth fillings or luscious details for transforming many other old MARTIN
3 tablespoons cornstarch mer and two full seconds on the Efi
juicy berry fillings. pieces of furniture and step-by-step directions -
: 2 teaspoons butter second lap. This gave him a total for repairing sagging springs are Lfe,"a para.mount -
Cakes are at their.best with fluffy, Dash of salt .- advantage of 3.9 seconds for the illustrated. Copy of BOOK 9 will be mailed star o.'True 10 is one'o f the
fine grain texture, well flavored icings for 15 cents. ''Address: picture well-
yteaspoon almond extract half. He began to lag and ran the well- ;o med, I
or frosting. Ice creams and third quarter 1.9 slower and then lost many H :
sherbets should be frozen that 1 9-inch baked pastry shell informed Toothpowder. ,
so 2.4 in the final. It is obvious that MRS. RUTH WYETH,SPEARS Calox ,
they are creamy and contain no ice Sprinkle peaches with lemon juice he has improved over the first half Bedford Hills New York who McKesson use & Robbins Inc.,

,,' particles.And and sugar. Cook slowly to extract mile. But he will have to developa Drawer 10 Bridgeport, ,onn.
'. now, to get down to the business stronger finish to clock the four- Enclose 15 cents for Book No. 9. tOOT

i of preparing food with results minute mile.Francis Name ..........................;.... CAlO X POWDER
such as I have just described. The

first is an ice box cake with chocolate Powers, Chicago sports Address .................:...........
filling: writer, points out that Col. Arnold

Chocolate Ice Box Cake. Strode Jackson, English Olympic
I' champion in 1912, calculated that Seven-Hundredths LivingOf
(Serves 6)) ,\
4 ii the four-minute mile will be reached
.P squares unsweetened chocolate
only if a runner can pace himself to
Vz the 30 billion esti-
cup sugar 58, 62, 61 and 59 seconds. That is a persons
mated to have been born since
Dash of salt punishing schedule. It demands a

Vi cup hot water terrific start, a breathing spell dur- the dawn of history some 6,000 }
i years ago, 2.2 billions, or seven ;
4 egg yolks ing the second quarter with a grad- r
I ual pickup during the third and speed out of every hundred, are living
1 teaspoon vanilla '
enough for a slamming finish. today.
I 4 egg whites, stiffly beaten

1 cup cream, or evaporated milk A ComparisonAndersson j!

I 2 dozen lady fingers bettered Jackson's Ready to be.Enjoyed

Melt chocolate in top of double standard for the first quarter and 1 ..
,
I boiler. Add sugar, salt and water, was 2.7 ahead of time at the half.

I, stirring until sugar is dissolved and ----_.---.---- -- -- He fell 1.1. back of schedule on the :"

mixture blended. Remove from boil Chocolate Ice Box cake can third, but was still eight-tenths of a .f4b

I ing water; add egg yolks, one at a back on menus again for those sum-go second to the good for the three-
time, beating thoroughly. Place The final lap his
. over quarters. was un
mer meals with light main
! course.
boiling water and cook 2 minutes or doing-he went 2.4 off the Jackson i
Use either lady fingers or strips of
I until thickened, stirring constantly. sponge cake for the base of the cake. pace. I RICE KRISP1ES
II Add vanilla and fold in egg whites. Andersson indicated earlier in the
I Chill. Fold in cream. with
Mix
juice. juice cornstarchand season that he would have come to J

Line bottom and sides of a mold blend. Cook over low heat until the United States but for previous "The Grains Great Foods"J
! with lady fingers or ctrins of sponge thickened, stirring constantly. Remove running commitments in Sweden. ara %
cake. Turn'chocolate from fire. Add butter Rice Krispies equal the
I salt and Hagg, too, has announced that he Kellogg's
I, 8 mixture into almond extract. Add peaches. Pour will return to the United States at whole ripe grain in nearly all the .1

l mold and place into pastry shell. Chill. Garnish "the earliest possible convenience." protective food elements declared

remaining lady ''P with cream or piped meringue iJ Their appearance here would fur- essential to human nutrition.

.... fingers on top. -' desired.A nish grand entertainment, but the
Chill 12 to 24 sauce to go with fish or vegetables -
could dur-
provide
competition
hours in refrigerator. is Hollandaise. Here is we
\ a quick.
ing the summer would make an
If desired, ly made, recipe: ,
early trip to this country rather fu
add lk walnut Hollandaise Sauce. '
cup meats to chocolate l
mixture before turning into 4 eggs tile.It J
would be tetter if the two
mold. Unmold. .
/ melted butter
cup Swedes would come for our winter KILL HBB !
salt
teaspoon season. They could meet America's

..... Is teaspoon paprika in
milers when they were top form.' -
V,.Lynn Says 91 cup boiling water It is also doubtful if Andersson and She's a disease-carrying -

Point Stretchers: For the vegetable 2 tablespoons lemon juice Hagg, during the' warm months,
a course, combine two left- could approach the time they madein

overs such as lima beans and Stir egg yolks, adding melted but. their homeland- where they can DIMDN !

corn; tomatoes and eggplant; ter gradually. Season with salt and run late in the evening when it is H

peas and small onions; cauliflower paprika. Add boiling water, stirring cool and there is no bothersome

with peas.Stuffings constantly. Place in double boiler humidity. !!

stretch meats: prune and cook until thickened. Remove LOWERING RECORDS

and apple stuffing for roast duck- from fire. Add lemon juice and 1874 Walter Slade England 4:24.5 Quick I Get the FLIT. Save yourself from the

ling or veal; celery stuffing for serve immediately.To 1882 Walter George England 4:21.4 bite that brings burning-chilling miseries of

\ lamb roll; oatmeal stuffing for Hollandaise sauce to serve 1805 Tom Coneff U. S. 4:15.6 malaria. Yes! Flit kills Anopheles, the malaria

: pinwheel beef roll; and apple over fish, add one of the following: 1911 John Paul Jones ? U. S. 4:15.4 mosquito, as surely os it mows down common ,
t, .
f
stuffing .for roast pork or slices / cup chopped pimiento olives 1913 John Paul Jones U. S. 4:14.4 F; I I household mosquitoes. So why take a chance?, ;

.. of ham. y cup capers 1915 Norman Taber U. S. 412.6 Help protect your family from this winged f l.

Potatoes can ,stretch hamburg- 1/2 cup chopped tart pickles 1923 Paavo Nurml Sweden 4:10.4 scourge buy a big supply of Flit, today ,
? :' ers or hash. Or, use leftover 1931 Jules Ladoumegue France 4:09.2

I mashed or riced potatoes in // you wish additional instruction. 1933 John Lovelock U. S. 4:07.6 kills flies, ants,

II I stretching these meats. canning fruit or berries, write to Mis 1934*Glenn Cunningham U. S. 4:06.8 moths, bedbugs and

Vegetables can stretch Lynn Chambers, 210 South Desplaina 1937 Sidney Wooderson England 4:06.4 all mosquitoes. ,
t carrots scrambled Street, Chicago 6, Illinois. Please enclose 1942 Gunder Hagg Sweden 4:06.2 Copr.tan,Blanco fatoryont+tJ>
eggs. Try celery and f
stamped, self-addressed envelop
1942 Gunder Hagg Sweden 4:04.6:
onion. BE SURE ITS fctlTlj
for your reply.Released 1943 Arne Andersson Sweden 4:02.6
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THE CLEWISTON' NEWS FRIDAY AUGUST 18, 104
TAGK TI':\
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..:.:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:-:..:-:..:..: :..:-:..:..:...:..:..:..:.. I wife had given birth to a son. Neal tornia I these local resort areas have ]t Its State Advertising and Tourist Dr W. F. Humphries, Tampa
is in the armed forces, overseas, and I lost much of their glamour. ]I promotion committees, Is taking the II! Optometrist) was. reelected vice-
'.lead in this direction. |
sure what branch he de-t :
we're not just Thousands expressed an eager president ana chairman of the law
With is in. sire to visit Europe, Asia, Africa, I' Jt Is a state job and should not enforcement committee of the Flor- .
Ii
e be left to one or two enterprising "
South ida State Board of Optometry at
1 Considerable disappointment was Hawaii, Alaska, Central and I'I communities or a few alert, progressive their t
: four-day
annual session
America. They want to follow In ( held
experienced by Ruby McIntyre when :! attractions. I In
their sons and Jacksonville last week.
Hi Our Boysin Congress rejected a plan for the the footsteps of to visit the 1,! .
want ----------- -
training of any more WASPS at the daughters. They - ----------
battle fields of the world and have
Texas, training' ground,
Sweetwater,
learned to think of far-away places,l ,
theService for she had enlisted and was .
scheduled to begin her training as so many hours rather than so I
weeks distant. CLEWISTONGOLF
days or
there the first of August. many .
t Several hundred women have been Alert to the opportunity, travel

: trained for this service, the only agencies are even now making plans '
strictly civilian group serving full for the tourist travel of tomorrow. 'COURSE-
time with the military. They are When war's end frees hundreds of

given regular flight instruction, at ships for peace' time employment, '
......:..:--:..:--:-:--:-:..:..:..:..:......:..: :..:..:..: :..:..;->-:..: their own expense,.and serve as ferry many of these will be refitted as I
'pilots and for other noncombatantduties. comfortable liners to carry world t t f f

Hub Spooner formerly Chevrolet minded tourists wherever they wantto .
dealer in Clewiston, who was injured I The Woman's Airforce Service go at rates they can afford.
In the invasion of France Is Pilots was activated in 1942. Some Airlines will convert giant trans-
now back in the U. S. and being 700 have already been trained and port planes into passenger liners Ideal Weather for Your '
hospitalized on Long Island. When are now in service and classes now that will put any point on the ,globe "V

the injury was first reported Hub in training will bring this numberto within easy reach of the traveler. :. Favorite Exercise "
made out like It didn't amount 10 about 1,000. The military has Thus we will find Florida's Silver 1

anything. Now we learn that he consistently urged that this train- Springs, Cypress Gardens, Marine
broken, three shrap- ing be continued, that the cost of Studios, Oriental Gardens, Wakulla
had both legs ............ ...... ... ..
at- : : : : : : : : : : ): : :
:
nel wounds in the hip, one in the training and outfitting these women Springs and other outstanding ..
thigh and one in the face. If that's pilots is worth every dime it costs, tractions in direct competition with .
-
.
I n minor injury we'd hate to be and they are still hopeful that Con- the Pyramids, the Leaning Towerof ', :' Good Greens ; .,:

; :seriously wounded. gress will pass the bills now pend- Pisa, the Eiffel Tower and the ," '
\ ing to continue the training. If you Beach of Waikiki. .,. :, .

:', James Edwin Roth, G. M. 3-c, are interested In its continuance a With but few exceptions, the 'tff'

\ c on an LST arrived in England re letter to your ,Congressman will thousands of service men from other .. : .:.............................................................. -
,J._ cently. He was getting along fine help. states stationed in Florida have had ;,
"when he wrote his parents the letter little good to say of they state in '"

:, they received this week. Lt. Bob Beardsley is now goingto their letters home. Most of them ; .
s : Meet Your Own Friends There >
swear that we are psychic. Not were quartered in unattractive areas, < :
4 '.' Major Richard Bestor, formerly long ago he got a furlough home and were lonesome and homesick, and

" stationed at Camp 'Carson, Colo., we opined that maybe he was get- found little to interest and enter- "
: sends in a new address this week ting a last leave before going o'ver- tain them. Their unfavorable reac- yi

:' with --an APO number to New York seas. When he came he wanted to tion Is natural and Florida boys .e.

,'<. indicating that he' is now overseas, know how we got that way, that he stationed in other states find their
,'
In England or Italy or Southern !was stuck for the duration with no surroundings no more pleasant or I
':,' "France. There are getting to be took chance for a ocean voyage. But this inviting, as their letters home tes -

,., many locations now to make a week he got secret orders and is YEARLY MEMBERSHIP

f.. ;guess. now or shortly will be taking that tify.We find ourselves confrontedwith i

-a:- excursion trip to foreign shores. a real selling job and it is J I DAILY GREEN FEES "
-
,{. Another press release from an gratifying to note that the Florida I _
t>." 'Eighth Air Force Bomber Station in Mrs. Duff this week received a State Chamber of Commerce, through
(r England is to the effect that T-S most Interesting letter from Lt. Bill i

t. Leroy ,Hare, a radio operator and Dilley from Alameda, Ca!., which -- ,"

:..;' gunner aboard a B-17, has recently will be of considerable interest to .,
.: "been awarded his third oak leaf his many friends here. He is attached SD; 1 L9i i yt : ri.JJ&1g?;,y l. WfflrP ii

t.. cluster to the Air Medal, for "meri- now, to a VR-2 Squadron,

t:'. torious achievement while participating which is a transport squadron flying PARTICULARLY THIS YEAR !
in heavy bombardment
f.\: I cargo from the Pacific coast Into -
missions in the air offensive against the Pacific. Mrs. Dilley is working -

f. 'the e 1em '." at the same base and has had
';' .
'j. .
since beginning
I!(" three promotions
r\ Just a day or so after we receiv- work. Her title is now personnel
6. i' Ulanding to the effect that Pvt. keeping functions for all groups in

> John K. Bethea would arrive approximately her building and personnel con-
', on the 10th day of August sellor for the area.

Y': at Beauregard, La., reception Bill says they're liking Alamada ..
'
center after 19 months in the Medi- much better than at first and for

;*;. terranen theatre of operations, John several days the sun had been shining -

::,' .' arrived in Clewiston to spend his brightly. A heavy bank of fog
:; furlough with his parents, Mr. and is always trying to roll over the

t-. ."Mrs. E. B., Beathea, Sr. hills into the bay area, he says.
'. While the communication sets *

:::.: out that he is back under a plan'of Sandy Bell and Dick Pattersonmet

rc:; the War Department to send as recently somewhere in Italy and

,. many men as possible home after : had a glorious three-day visit .to-
long service overseas under a rotation -I geth r. We can just imagine, when

furlough plan, we understandthat men are that far away from home,
John was pretty badly woundd how great it must be to meet some-
and has quite a story to tell. So one from the old home town.. Sandy 4j' C A .

Jar we haven't been able to locate A/rites that he also saw Robert D.

him as this is written but hope to Home recently.
'
talk to him very shortly.
v ..
1N:N:H..:N:N M-:..:N:N N N:.N MAN N:N:N:..:N..M.
The clerks at the post office say I

that all Is, confusion over there for
Too Late To ClassifyBy :; ; .
jewel Lawrence, acting postmaster, ; i
V.
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V.DON'T
has good reason to believe that RUSSELL KAY 1 ;
"within the next day or so she will :

get a wire from :Art that he is in .NNNNMNN:..:NNNN:NN, NNMN..:..:-:..:NMH / '. "L: ,:.
.:' ; Saa Diego and soon on his way ," I' .
:
TRAVEL ,1'i
'l'j- \ home. Art has been stationed in All indications point to stiff com- : :
. ( .. '.: "i-' r::.
Hawaii with the Navy P.. O. department -
:: petition for Florida from the stand- '
\.' for almost two years and he point of attracting tourist travel in r rA'
l and Jewel''' and all of us are hoping the post-war period. No longer will

that: he won't have to go back. His ,I she be able to look on Californiaand ?Iteut. .<;;; 1.::
plans be upset but if not Art
may Cuba as her chief competitors. '::\ ;:

'"will be back with us, at least for awhile Cheap and speedy air travel will ,.*.%-..*:' _. \., \
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next week. throw her in competition with the
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whole world. Luxurious ocean lin- < ,:
.-' A letter from John Robbins this ers will offer world tours and special transportation today is taxed to capacity : 0
week which we hope he won't mindus excursions at rates so nominal they .

reprinting In its entirety: "I will be in reach of most -every one. -and there are too many UNESSENTIAL -:-_ "." ;.;:.
'I
"have missed my Clewiston News for Velvet super highways will beckon

the last few weeks but that is because the motorists to Canada, Alaska, .TRAVELERS ((20 to 30% says ODT) occupying ':::;;\::: :: ; '

: I have been on the move again Mexico, Central and South America.A ... .
:{from Tulsa to Enid, Okla.) friend in the travel bureau busi- critically needed space. '
''I've been in quite a nU"l1iber of ness recently made a survey in a -=. :; 0(0

States in the last year or so but number of northern cities to de- So enjoy a vacation at home this year; .:; !
::
stone can compare with Florida so termine what travel plans people .
:Tar l'm You have always wanted to do just that
as concerned."I were making for the post-war period any SfteHd LABOR DAY _
will get my wings in a few lie contacted folks in all .
more: months if everything goes as walks of life, business executives, way. Discover comfort, beauty and recreation -1't ;

.- planned. clerks, stenographers, defense plant cieogre .'" ;
I. "I believe Dan Beardsley is two workers, school teachers. advantages you never dreamed existed / "

classes behind me and take it from Being particularly interested in it's all LABOR DAY-has always :- ;,
and feel fit before when
as never
"me it's rough, from here on out. the''promotion of Florida tours, this been a peak for pleasure trav f:. !-'
Anybody that gets those wingsoesn't chap sought reaction from the stand- '
over. el. Be wise this and avoid _
do it without year '
sweating some. point of Florida interest. The result -
t' blood. of his survey offers little com- After Victory? Well Florida_ Motor Lines all travel to resort spots. Prove s':'.
"We have started night flying end fort to those who assume that we all .
1: don't even remember your patriotism by 'doing ,.,, .
''if what sleep is. can count on a bumper tourist crop will see to it that you are richly rewarded .
r' "I enjoy .the Clewiston News very at war's end. you can to help a critical I transportation ,"

l- much. It brings me a little closer Most every one he contacted was I for' your patriotic understanding and co problem. '

'. to good old Clewiston. keenly interested in post war travel. ,

:.. 'I must close and go to chow, but Many plan, to spend a portion of operation. '.
f.. trill drop a line or two whenever ITet their savings for a Well-earned rest
a little time. Good luck to all and vil ation, and( consider the
the boys in. uniform." reconversion period, when layoffs '
r s m occur, as the time to enjoy it. :

';;1 Another father almost broke the They want to go places! and'' see
'r :sweat band out of his hat this week things. The war has broadened I '
: 'when he learned that he was a their horizons. Today, the world.is iJ:1

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:\. grandfather. This was none other their oyster; and they are eager- to .
r. than C. E. Miner who took off rap- t open it. While there' is of course
-idly when he learned that his son's some Interest in Florida and Cali- :

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