The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: September 1, 1944
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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' h' Casper Child Escapes CORPORATION Labor Day Dance

Injury When Struck At Recreation Hall



Lou Casper, five-year old OF C. R. & D. CORP. Labor Day dance will be held MEETING IN JAX
; daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Casper Saturday night at the Sugarland

was struck by a car on Royal
-- I II Park Recreation Center beginningat '
rL the -
A' Palm Avenue in government
i E. W Greb of Lake Worth. for reservation Monday afternoon just 1 i I At a meeting of the stockholders- ten o'clock and continuing until JACKSONVILLE, Sept 1-(FNS)

\' thirty years active in the petroleum enough to make her lose her balance I of the Clewiston ,Realty and Development the wee small hours of the morn- -A movement in ,Florida, similar to '

I Corporation: last week the that in several'other' Southern Statesto
r industry and who left that work aft. and fall into the ditch beside the ing.
; the United States
offer of Sugar
: oppose the New Deal and a fourth
road. She received no injury.
Music will be furnished by the
:" Pearl Harbor to enter government Corporation to acquire ownershipand
er .
The car did not stop and it is be- Jamaican orchestra which has proven term of President Roosevelt in the

to{, work, made an excellent talk at the lieved that the driver was unaware control of all assets of the very popular for several dances in 'I November 7th election was launched

''I ;': regular meeting of the Kiwanis : that the child had been struck. It I realty corporation was accepted upon the past and an admission price of at a state convention of the Independent -

;:i:, Club Wednesday evening on World i, is also thought possible that she the affirmative vote of more' than seventy-five cents a couple for sugar I party this week in the

Oil Resources. might have lost her balance gettingout eighty per cent of the issued and Seminole Hotel.

, the and outstanding stock of the realty cor- corporation employees and $1.00 The party, headed by a of
: the oil of the way of car was gorup
of how
Mr. Greb spoke
for others will be charged.
1 had since the not hit at all. poration.The Democrats, adopted a platform and
industry progressed
assets of the Clewiston resolutions setting forth a Declara-
Oil well discovered inc
first was
Realty and Development Corporation Brother Of Mrs. tion of Principles and chose a full
Pennsylvania 85 years ago last Office Whites Now
will be transferred to three slate of Presidential Electors.

pered Sunday the and exploration told how for war new has wells ham-, Lead In Sugarland newly formed companies, The Clew- Curtis Thompson Names of Electors were GeorgeS. {4

: iston Realty Corporation, Canal .
Patterson, St. Petersburg; F. M,
because of lack of manpower and I Bowling'Tourney' Point Realty Corporation and Harlem Killed In FranceMrs. Turner, Pensacola; C. C. Holloway,
materials but said that.. _the tremendous -
I Realty Corporation, in exchange for Clermont: Carl Hanton, Fort Myers;;

,:, ', \, quantities of oil now being used I all the capital stock of such new Curtis Thompson last week I Walter 1\1. Pierce, Miami; Harry N.
,/; in our military machine and that, of The Office Whites, captained by '
companies the votingto received the sad news of the deathof Voorhis, Orlando; J. K. David and _
,, ,};r. our allies had not precipitated a V. C. Woodward are now in the lead these assets "
transfer to these subsidiary
-I her brother, Lt. Joe L. Metcalf of Will Traer, Jacksonville.
!t' crisis in the industry and that we in the bowling tournament underway .
Bradenton, who was killed in action The electors, according to reso-
still had vast petroleum at the Sugarland Park alleys '
rv reserveS"j I First Trust Company of Miami in France on July 26. Mr. and lutions adopted by the convention,
: not only in this country but with the Mill Laboratories, Willard '
.: has been named to distribute Mrs. Thompson are now in Braden- are pledged to "vote for a good
parts of the world. Doty captain, in second place and
40,000 shares of common stock of ton to be with her parents and will Democrat for President of the Unit-
The speaker said that the U. S. the P. M. ,S. Whites, Bill Bowden
the sugar corporation pro rata t to return to Clewiston this week-end. ed States who stands for the. prin-
.. furnished the world with 60 per captain, in third place.
the stockholders of Clewiston Realty The following account is taken ciples ot'this party." .
cent of its petroleum products not Charles Owens, U. S., S. C. recre-
and Development Corporation upon from the Bradenton ,Herald: Delegates and an executive committee -
because we have more oil but be- ational supervisor, states that the
the surrender for cancellation of ; of 50 from all sections of
cause our nation, through free enterprise well matched and A War department message was
teams are very the capital stock of CR and D. These I received 24th Mr. and Florida attended the session, which
,- and ingenuity has made there has been a ,great deal of rivalry August by
'. i are to be distributed on the basisof was presided over by State Chair-
faster progress in developing the in- the various' teams. The Mrs. George W. Metcalf of
dustry.Mr. one full share of stock of U. S. S. metto, notifying them that their man, I. Beverly Nalle of Jackson-

teams play every Tuesday and C. common for ten shares of C. R. Lieut. Joe L. Metcalf had ville. Lester: W. Mitchell of Jack- ':'
son, ,
: Greb explained the geological and few
Thursday'night very games and D. stock but there will be no sonville is secretary of the party. ,
been killed in action 27th
on July
i; formations which geologists believed have been forfeited.
trading of fractional shares. The in France. The message stated it Speakers denounced what was "
produced oil the so-called "depressed"
The highest individual score made holder of less than ten shares of '
areas was a correction of the announce- characterized as the "Hillman CIO ;
I where there, are seas during the tournament was made by '
realty company stock may purchase Communistic dominated convention :;
ment made in a telegram of August
of some by-gone era filled with marine Eric Thomas 235:; and the high
, : ', a additional shares to round out even 14 that their son had 'been missingin which seized control of the Demo- '
life covered
shifts in the earth's stratas.over through The team match score was 842, by the multiples, of ten or if he continues action since July 26. cratic party ,machinery at Chicago ,'

Mill Whites. to hold such fractional shares he and forced the nomination of Frank-
greatest'natural oil'deposits, he said, I Lieutenant Metcalf, 32, had beena
In the games on Tuesday night of will be reimbursed from the sale of member of Company I, Palmetto lin D. Roosevelt for a fourth term."
are believed to be in Sidi, Arabia,
this week the P. M. S. Whites took deliverable stocks on September 20.
unit 'of the Florida National Guard that
in the area around the Caspian, Declaring it is the, intention -

Black and Red Seas,. in Sumatra and three from the Mill Blues and the In explaining the merger, Jay W. for some time ,before he left with I of the "White Democratic Party ofFlorida"

Mill Laboratories took three from Oran' executive ,vice-president of
Java and around the shores of the I that company' for Camp Blanding in I to wage a vigorous cam- I

Gulf of Mexico in our own country. the Office Reds. the corporation stated that the interests December 1940. He also underwent paign, Chairman Nalle stated that

Even the ''North Pole area indicates Next Tuesday's matches wiH see of the two corporations had t I training at Ft. Benning and at Camp,I the movement in Florida' is' in line ,

:' .: plenty of oil but this will be difficult one of the most interesting contests become so closely interrelated that Lee, Va. He was in the infantryand with what other Southern' States are

: ;, to exploit.! ..._,.," :,* ,3f3: /:s .-of the tourn r fnt when" the I tit i was considered'' advisablgf nfor, the previous: to .the) inya J9n.of I doing ,and.. tht vttfer.6;: "is. ,no doubt e
:L ; r two le"a'ding"feamsmeet. ,A sweepof best 1ntrest8 "everyone" concerned France had been Stationed in Eng- but 'that there will 'come from the ;
Florida is being considered, -
now: the three-line n match would put ,that the merger be made. I land, having been ,there for several south sufficient electoral votes to.
he said, S liou'sly' by the oil '
very I the Mill Laboratories ''in first place. The new corporations will take : months before DDay.A be a determining factor in the elec-
industry as a future oil field along ,; :
over and operate very similarly to native of Oglethorpe, Ala., tion of the ,next President of the '
with Alabama Mississippi southernGeorgia
] Seven County Boys he way the C. R. and D. has oper- Metcalf had resided in this countyfor United States." The Declaration of
and the lowlands along the ;
ated as 'soon as the transfer of 20 years, and was a graduateof Principles which the party adopted
Atlantic coast as far north as Mary-
Leave For Camp stocks is completed and officers Palmetto High School. proclaimed "unalterable allegianceto
; land.gave figures on the Sun-1 I

: niland Well in, Florida and indicated Blanding for InductionSeven named for these new corporations His younger'brother, Staff Sgt. the Constitution of the United

:''," that the cost of the well, some without disruption of business in Arthur P. Metcalf, is at Camp States, to the Bill of Rights, and to

": $437,000, was not feasible for the any manner. Gruber, Okla. Other members i.f the 22 Freedoms therein enumerat

amount of oil obtained but gave selectees, all of whom have the family are a sister, Mis. Curtis ed." The party affirmed "faithful

:: credence to the belief that there is passed pre-induction physicals, left Thompson, Clewiston; brothers, Hol- adherence to the political philosophyof
:., an oil reservoir beneath the surface Monday morning for Camp Bland-' COURSE NINETEEN IS ton 'Metcalf, Palmetto' ; Henry, Bra- Thomas' Jefferson upon which-

ing for induction into the armed ( American liberty and the Democratic
of the state. Digging of oil wells, denton; Alfonso, Manatee; Roy,

he pointed out, is a highly speculative services., Four of them had their Palmetto and George, Savannah. party are founded"

business and for, every well pre-induction exams more than GRADUATED FROM I It condemned "the efforts of any

found ten dry holes are sealed up. ninety days ago, however, and will Cadet Club Has' group stirring up racial questionsfor

15,279 feet is the deepest any well I have to take new examinations before a political purpose," and demanded -

has ever been dug, in Texas, and the I induction. FIELD ON SATURDAYGraduation Impromptu Dance that "the racial questionsof

average cost for sinking a well is I The group was composed of Douglas the south be left to the south for

about $60,000.While Grover :Reed, transfer,, from Alton solution."
it announced
Although had been
111., Jack Albert Martinez, exercises for Course '
no one has been able to that due to the fact that so many Demanding and carrying out the
19 were held at Riddle Field Saturday -
James Harley Cook, Ralph Win.
pledge contained in the Democratic
any accurate determination of RAF cadets were away on leave andit
the oil deposits in the earth Mr. Bishop, Lawrence Leslie Dees, Por- morning at eleven'o'clock and wasn't certain that the new group party platform of 1932, the convention r
ter Richards, Jr., and Merle Alderman the graduating cadets left Mondayfor called
Greb said that there was no danger which arrived Tuesday would be for "immediate and dras-

;-.". of running out of oil for many genprations Green. Canada to England to await for transportationback operational allowed liberty on Wednesday even- tic reduction of unnecessary government ,R.

J and when that time comes, Ing there would not be a dance Wednesday expenditures by abolish

if ever, gasoline can then be obtained Gas Sales Increase In training.Royal Air All Force of the cadets graduates, the practice were, evening at the Cadet Club, ing useless 'commissions and offices" E
and further
from oil shales, natural coal the new liberty and demanded "abolition of
gas, course did get
of having a small number of American -
Decrease In the
I and methanes. Gasoline has been County, Air Force trainees' in each class an impromptu dance was hurriedly multitude of unnecessary and

made successfully from sugar cane arranged after the boys had calledin oppressive bureaus which have since
State In discontinued time
July having been some been "
I bagasse and many farm waste pro at six o'clock. created ,

j ducts. ago.Wings Between siand: seven o'clock Condemning as unAmerican and
presented the gradu-
1. The speaker stressed the fact that Hendry County was one of 31 ates by Group were Captain H. G. Roweof hostesses' were rounded up dancing mischievous the policy of favoritism 1

i oil is the ultimate yardstick of victory counties, in Florida that showed an Orlando and certificates were partners were founds and everyone by government either to capital !-

In the present mechanized war Increase in gasoline consumption handed Len vice- enjoyed the occasion immensely. to labor, or to any group or ,
out by Povey, "
and gave the United States a' 'tremendous during the month of July over the There will be a dance as usual groups the convention declared,
president of the Riddle-McKay organization -
advantage over the Axis, thirty-day period: of the preceding next Wednesday night and the girls "we are determined that labor's '' t

: 0 both in quality and quantity of month of June, although ,Florida as who have cooperated so nicely as gains shall not be lost either 'through
gaso- A the graduating exercises -
feature of
I line. About sixty-five per cent of a wh -showed a decrease in July of the I dancing partners are asked to be racketeering or communistic leader- "

the goods shipped across the oceans over the month of June. Buckingham was the Field appearance Air Force band present on that evening. ship of labor on the one hand, or by '

for use.in this war has been gaso- ,Hendiy County's gasoline' con-: which participated in the Wings Pa-,I a return 'to the exploitation of labor
by capital
line. sumption for July was given as on the othe'r,4and we de-
rade and played for the marchers., Girl Scouts 'To Have clare that
114,628 gallons while the total forJune (jJ it Is the inalienable right !
Visitors at the meeting A. given to
were Special recognition was of
was 103,011, as shown in a Pastry Sale SaturdayThe every citizen-to engage in use-
A. Harrington of LaBelle Patrick Murphy
and O. B. Senior Under Officer ful work without 'interference
released the departmentof from
leport by
Simmons of Miami. as outstanding cadet of the '
agriculture. any governmental bureau or bureaus
I course. Girl Scouts are putting on a ." The
I The state total for July was listed One graduating cadet attracted pastry sale Saturday) was
\ Dance For Course tomorrow ( condemned for 'bY-1>assing the d
as 24,510,942 gallons as against considerable attention because of from ten to four o'clock and promise courts and '

22 At Cadet Club 25,053,907 in June. the fact that he was slightly crip- plenty of pies cakes, cookies and rule for the substituting orderly processes bayonet o{ '

The county's kerosene consumption pled. For several years this cadet candies for sale. law."

Next WednesdayA for Jujy} was 14,607 gallons strove valiantly to Join the RAF It will be held from a sidewalk I

while June showed slightly higherat but because of this- physical impaIr- booth near the post-office. Chanceson ..'

special dance will be held next 14,721. For the state the total ment was unable_to do so. But a cake will be sold during the Paul Bussey Buys ;'

Wednesday night at the Cadet Club, I for July was given as 3,094,369 gal- through sheer determination he finally day and it will be raffled off about Sigler Apartments '
lons and for June ;
3,292,245 :
honoring Course 22 which, arrived won out and was gradua'tedand four o'clock.

\ !Tb,: here the first of the week. I RATION I"On WANTED given an officer's commissionat purchasedthe
,<. the exercises Saturday. RECEIVE MASONIO DEGREE Paul Bussey thisweek
The Service Mother's Club will Sigler duplex on west' Osceola
His Paul Jackson.
furnish home-made cookies and Mrs. E. C: Mills, chief clerk at the name was cookies George Beck of Clewiston and H. and is moving this week from Hook-
Lemonade and were served -
punch for the crowd of dancers and Rationing Board office asks that all to the friends of the cadets J. Middleton of Moore Haven re- er's Point to occupy one of the apartments

"r a three-piece orchestra of piano, restaurants fill out forms for sup- many .
who attended the ceremonies.A ceived their Master Mason degreesat
drums and guitar will furnish mu- plemental rations and turn them in of cadets arrived at the regular meeting of Moore Ha- Last week ,the C. R. Krueger home '

sic. The dance will last from eightto to the office as early as..possible. the new field course Tuesday to begin their ven Lodge No. 61 F. and A. M. ,on was sold when Mr. and Mrs. Kruegerleft

eleven. -- -- for North Dakota to make their .
week. Refreshments
Thursday night of last -
I is Course 22.
It is especially asked that as Florida Headquarters' of the War This of sandwiches and coffee home The home is being rented by
t be Manpower Commission will be mov- I Sherman Hansen but the name of
to Instruc
-many girls as possible present Are you still buying War Bonds? were 'served by a group of 1
' for the ed from Tallahassee to Jacksonville the purchaser was not disclosed.
'I act as dancing partners. ca- 7th. If not, then why did you stop? tors'from, Riddle Field.

l, \ -dets. about September ,

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Counsel Had Gone to Great .1--= 111:' T trJ Gems of Thought

Length to Make It Clear ;;; Q ., .LIJl.! ))3 I JjL, ...r"r -

The scene was in a courtroom. -J; TT IS thy duty oftentimes to .,..

Counsel looked sternly at the mann PItOUDLY.WHITE do what thou wouldst not;

: the stand and demanded: -- thy duty, too, to leave undone
6 ;?f'Itit& w.N.U.FEATUAES what thou wouldst do.Thomasa
"Did you, or did you not, on the : Kempis.

date in question, or at any .time THE STORY THUS FAR: Llent. Col. so when the alarm sounded, if the "After about an hour we had

previously or subsequently, say, Frank Kurtz, pilot of a Flying Fortress, Forts.took to the air the Zeros might plowed through the storm, and were "It isn't life that matters; it's

or even intimate to the defendantor tells of that fatal J day, when the Japs,, shoot them down, while if they flying above scattered moon-flecked I the courage you bring to it.-'

else whether friend or struck 'In the I" 'pplnes. Eight of his bombers John Galsworthy. .
anyone stayed on the ground, the Jap overcast down below us at about

mere acquaintance, or, in fact,. a men were killed ileelngr, for shelter, and might blow them up. Never were 4,000. .' Success, the mark no mortal wit. .

stranger, that the statement imputed demolished Old 99, with on many the other ground.Fortresses After escaping was we able to keep more, than twelve "At 10:30: we were over the target, ,Or surest hand, can always hit: '

to you, whether just or unjust to Australia; what is left of the planes in the air, evert including re- and we -glided down to 3,000 feet 'to For whatsoe'er perpetrate
and denied by the plaintiff, inforcements for we were losing see what We do but row,we're steered by fate,
squadron flies.to'Java, where they go on was going on. Through. Which Success disinherits
oft ,
was a matter of no moment or many missions over the Philippines and them about as fast as they were the hunks of clouds we could see For spurious noblest merits.

otherwise? Answer me! Did you Macassar Strait. Sergt. Boone, gunner, 'coming in, and a number were al- the gun flashes of Jap warships lob causes BUTLER.From .'

or did,you not?" tells how Queens''' die. Nine Forts are ways under repair and therefore un- bing shells into that poor old town. -

The man in the dock clutchedat out looking for Jap carriers when they flyable. Then we would see the flash when the lowest depth thereis K
meet a flight of "P-40's" who fly with a path to ,.the .loftiest height.
his 'throat."Did "Also we had some bad breaks in the shells exploded. They had fires .
discover the forged -: ,
them. Too late they Carlyle."ALlirnFAGGEDOUT.
I, or did I not, what' ?" he stars. The "P-40's"-Jap planes-open up luck. One afternoon Lieutenant Ray already going in several places, and

at close range on the Forts and three Cox had his plane up on a high-alti- of course the town had absolutely

Queens go down In flames. tude test-giving the superchargersa nothing to hit back with.

workover. With him in the cock- "But clouds protected the Jap

-wiiiyI pit was Johnny Hughes, who had fleet, so we couldn't make a run on ?

CHAPTER"When XV been checked off as a first pilot just just where we guessed those gun

after we arrived, in Java. They flashes were the thickest. Bombs Do you feel "aH in" and ready to sleep
that chute open
finished the test, and at two o'clock were scarce Orders had been if after a day's work? Would you like to
the jerk pitched him,out of the har- get rid of that tired feeling and join In
down when Zeros didn't
were spiraling we find to
a good target, bring
builds therugged ness head-first, and as the chute bil- the fun-have abundant pep and vital
lowed back of the plane's tail, came over to strafe the field below. them home, so we did. We ,had no ,ity?, Maybe your system lacks certain
loosely his These strafing Zeros also had a top flares aboard to light up that har- elements such as Iron,'Iodine, Calcium
we saw him dropping down with and Vitamin B-l, the so-called "pep"
of Zeros hanging at 18,000 bor
cover up or any installation for dropping
J clothes smoking, getting littler and vitamin. VITA-BERLES, the hlgh-potency -
Oh Heaven couldn't look feet, in case our P-40's might come them. The old Forts were never treatment combining all these elements
eepV in to break up their ground party. cut out for nightwork, but of coursein and providing 1500 USP units of

any more." "Well, when the strafing began, a war you sometimes get into vitamin B-l daily, may be Just what you
"The plane was settling faster, control tower need for a happier, healthier, romanticlife
boys in the re- cracks
our where use whatever
you if
because especially you're over 40.-Try
that now,
steepening curve
Light TruckPauenger who membered that Ray was' up, and you've got to do what must be done. VITA.BERLES today. ,Just $1.00 a box
V Car it was all over. So we they tried to tell him by radio to fly "We hated it, leaving that poor at your druggist or order direct from
Fortress die in battlecan ,
V Ughf Tractor old town burning while the Japs sat '
tell you how they do it. They 2175 Station H Cleveland: Ohio.
/Power PlantSNAPPY out there and tossed shells into her,
die like the men who fly them and
without giving it,even a little help-
fight in them would want them to
but it had to be. .
die! They die like the great Sky
"On our return we found that 1l
Queens they are. And Queens die Relieves heat rash and prickly
FACTS proudly. storm had moved on down Java and l heat. Soothe itching of heolmg -'

was 'squatting right on Malang I little. Get
sunburn. Costs
"Just then I heard our pilot Cap-
ABOUT Field. The turf was soaked into
ap- ,
tain Strother over the interphones,
I telling Jim Worley, our bombardier, ple jelly-'and our pilot'did a'wonder- MHXSANASOOTHING
ful job on the landing. We were I
that he'd opened the bomb-bay
: worried, because we knew that
nJriRUBBER doors, and for the bombardier to
single pound weight on the brakes
go back and salvo all the bombs
would start our twenty-five tons slid
and the, gas tanks carried there.
ing over that slippery field like it
,"Well, Jim Worley is about to
was the frozen surface of a pond.So TO CHECK
Using a combination of natural obey, but just then he sees a Zero &\. RIA
to crash'at
and synthetic rubber in coming right in on us, head-on- keep from piling up a

the post-war period may result and his gun there in the nose is the end of the runway (remem-
, in automobile tires that ber, we had all our bombs aboard : '
the only one who can handle this :6166 I"

{ will establish new high marks attack, so he's got to stay on it. and couldn't *dump them because ". she

r: for longevity, according to' a "He gives her one burst and then they were precious), our pilot
B. F. Goodrich chemical tech ground-looped her she would
starts to 'salvo his bombs and gas f? Liquid; for Malarial Symptoms.IRRITATIONS .
: nician. He cies the big mileage start sliding sideways in that muck.
" tanks but there's a crashing sound,
returned from Goodrich' ,
,:" Skidding along, he waited until 'she
and the controls don't work. He
:;'. synthetic tires made in 1940
i;::' and composed of ,both types doesn't realize a bullet has wreckedhis had revolved in a 180-degree turn OF i

(., of rubber, as the basis for controls-doesn't know what has and was sliding backward. Of course gUIN EXTERNAL CAUSE i
his predictions 'about she would then have crashed tail- :
!; postwar '
first Acne pimples, eczema, factory derma-
the end of the field and
t:::> tires. "Then all of a sudden-Bang-! titis,simple ringworm, tetter,salt rheum, "
:,", there's a hell of an explosion insideour blown up all of us, but He was ableto bumps, (blackheads), and ugly broken- ':
Another reason for tires for essential stop her by gunning the motors. out skin. Millions relieve itching, burn- :

.:.. transportation, At the begin plane, and dust, and the stinkof Even if the wheels' couldn't bite into ing and soreness of these miseries with ....!
: ; ning of last year, 85,168 school gasoline. After seeing what had simple home treatment. Goes to work at ;W.
buses were In service transporting just happened to the other two that slippery ground, the propellers once. Aida healing, worka the antiseptio 'J I
f r" 4,258,788 children over 1,383,091 could bite tKS l air. It was neat. way. Urib Black and White Ointment only
it could
planes, we thought mean
: miles of one-way route.KFGoojh. "Another gripe we had on Malang aa directed. lOc, 25c, 50c sizes. 25 years'success.
only one thing. We must be on fire! Money-back guarantee. Vitalin
Field the food. The
And later on, ask me about thatrailroad was mess was cleansing is good,Boap. Enjoy famous
', spike. in charge of the Dutch. They served'' Black and White Skin Soap daily.ZtIuJSuleAJ. .

u{ only one hot meal a'day, and this
"But somehow there were no
r. was always at noon-usually hot
r flames, so we kept on pounding
with boiled beef and .
soup potatoes.But
away at the Zeros swarming around
I to eat this hot '
,-,"' us-it was the only thing to do. What only got noon

had happened was that a bullet had meal three times-I was always out i' rot NI.ORACIES All run Ofj
on missions, which should give some a
smashed into our compressedoxygen ; RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO
idea how
busy we were.
tank, and also cut a gasoline

feed line, so that gas was spurtingall We saw him dropping down with "They had baskets of food for us

over the cabin, but we didn't his clothes smoking, getting littler to take' up in the plane-pineapples, MCNEIL'S .

know it then. Finally the tail 'gunner and littler. tropical fruit, and then sandwiches crw

which were either a slab'of cheese,
seeing gas streaming along theplane's south over the.sea for an hour, until ?,yf
or else raw bacon, in between two
belly past him to trickle off
the Zeros were gone-that was our
thick hunks ofbread. We
found this
the tip of the tail, guessed what usual procedure."But .

had happened, and called out to the Ray and Johnny, alone in heavy stuff made gas in your intes-

Il L rest of, us over the interphones forGod's this plane probably intent, on their tines and just as you got to,high altitude Large Bottle;?.ens so1.ij'ig2-) Small Size 6Ot
going over the target, this *CWIWt lit OUT IS OIHCTED :
sake not to smoke. With that
test, must have had their head- swelled giving the IT 111 000 DUE STORES( if IT Mill.ficuft il pits ".'
gas up you
cabin filled with pure oxygen and off. couldn't be MSOniUE. FIBIIU -
phones Anyway they Hell Ell BRU CO. Ue. 4.
gripes. So we'd eat the fruit and
gasoline fumes, it would have been reached, although the boys on the
throw the sandwiches
e bad idea. Don't, forget to ask me ground tried frantically to let them away.
"Also Malay cooks don't know hot
RHEUMATIC PAIN about the railroad spike. know what they were coming down food-the breakfast soft-boiled
"When we got back to our field eggs
Need not Day-Git after It Ni*' into. Finally they saw three Zeros hard and
were always they'd bring
Don't C-2223 to re-, and were telling about it, someone hit them at 15,000 feet. Ray imme-
out a No. 10 can of jam for a hun- ;
lieve pain of muscular rheumatism'and tail if
asked our gunner- he wasn'tscared diately turned out to sea, while Johnny .
other rheumatic pains. Caution: when right after dred and fifty men. What with get- :I
watching did what he could
probably on
'i' Use only as directed. 'First bottle, ting two or three hours' sleep a
; those other two go down in flames, But one can't
:" purchase price back if not satisfied. the guns. gunner night, we all lost weight-two of us
60c and$1.00. Today, buy C-2223. that bullet burst our oxygen system cover every side at once, and they AN ENLARGED
lost nineteen and Charlie lost
pounds ,
: '
'f '
with a big bang. 'No, he said, didn't stand a chance against three f (
1 'there, wasn't time to be scared. Zeros. Next day the plane was found twenty-three, and it wasn't scared PARTIAL VIEW

/:. Invest in Liberty % But if someone had pushed a rail- shot down and burned about twenty off us; either. .., '
OF :
road spike into my mouth, I would' miles from Malang Field." "We all felt that with a decent A FLY'S LEG I, ;

& Buy War Bonds have bit the head of it off, clean and "Shortly after that," said Boone, meal we could do a lot more. So .
j as much as we needed sleep, at
sharp. "we had a tough little
the gunner,
"On the way home," said Frank flight to bomb eight or nine o'clock at night we'dtake '
y. mission-a a
bus into // HAIRY
the Dutch town to a l
"three of the ..
Kurtz, remaining Forts Jap task force which was attackingone ,

hit a heavy afternoon rainstorm. of the islands down toward Aus- restaurant ,owned by a Javanese, t / NASTY ..
which had a waitress who
Visibility and ceiling were zero, and tralia. I forget which one it was if V CARRIER OP
spoke English, just to buy us a thick, .
for hours they flew around the island I ever knew-that was the naviga- "'-
Madura off the rare steak. Americans have got to Jt TILTH AND.GERMS .
of coast of tor's business. Six of us took off *
have red meat to fight Give
L Java, looking for a place to land. from Malang, but before we startedfor on. ;:
them that and they'll to
When gas was almost, gone they decided the target, we had to fly over manage ",

to beach them. Luckily no to Jockstrap and load up with Dutch sleep when'they can. A "

one 'was ,killed, but two of the three bombs-they were running low at "We finally took over the mess,
but that didn't help much, becauseby
were completely washed out on the I Malang, and the Dutch at Jockstraphad "
then the field was being bombed E :
seashore rocks-they' set fire to the plenty. Then we took off at TO HUMAN CJ
WOMEN regularly. The mess sergeant had
wreckage so the Japs couldn't find in lj
Y eight o'clock at night some of his kitchen blown up three times ina HEALTH P' '
out anything about the planes. weather I to
the dirtiest ever hope
this didn't '
'.. Do You Hate HOT FLASHES? "The air-raid alarm in Surabaya I: fly. In that country a storm at the single flavor day of, things. But the improve worst :

If you suffer from hot flashes, feel was now going off regularly, some- night is so black it's like going
he'd' got of three
.. thing
weak, nervous, a bit blue was,
at times-
times three times because the the stairs
a day under
the closet whereall
I';; all due to the functional "middle- truckloads of Reigel pale beer, and
age" period peculiar to women-try Java Sea was stiffer'than an old the old overshoes are, and pull had the neatly stacked when a
;, Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound sock with Jap carriers Colonel Eu- For cases .
the door shut. our rendezvous
ing direct hit Oatcu
f.(, _' to relieve such symptoms. Jap bomb scored a leav- ,
Taken regularly-Plnkham's Compound bank was now faced with a real we turned on the'.wing lights. ing not more' than three dozen bot- '
helps build up resistance problem. The three main for it'took
Abases But even with them us forty-' tles." ,

against Plntham's such annoying Compound symptoms.Is made our Forts were 'at Malang, -Madiunand five minutes to assemble. Then we "They'd moved us over to Madiun ANGLEFOOT

especially that's for women-it helps, nature another town which was spelled went up to 18,000 trying to climb Field," said the Bombardier,
and the kind of medicine Jokyakarta, but the American boys out but still in that storm.It .
'J to buy! Follow label directions.LYDIALPINKHAM'S we were "and we had your troubles and some

'y VEGETABLE couldn't chew this one, so they all was darker than the inside of a more besides. When we ,first arrived Its the old reliable that flare fails.

gave it up and everybody just called black cow, but every now and then there were no P-40' or anti- Economical not rationed. For sale at

it Jockstrap. the lightning would rip everythingwide aircraft guns for miles to keep the hardware, drug and grocery store*.

"The Dutch had no system to detect open-the whole cloud aroundus Zeros up. But we did ,have three

planes coming in from over would flame up, and you could see ''D-model Fortresses out' of commis.. CATCHER THE GERM

l' the sea., Their only warning systemwas to read fine print in the 'cabin. We sion we were using for spare parts.So .

a tiny island about seventyfivemiles were like a bug in a neon tube. (Lieutenant McGee dismountedtheir

Leaf 40 zsouR qut. It had a radio, so Sura- Then blackness would close in, andit guns, and Master Sergeant Sil-

"Ctp-BnifVAppttcater*, baya got fifteen minutes' notice and would be a long time before your va and I decided to mount them in

JUST A makes CO MUCH"BUCK FAfiTHEROR LEAF 40; Malang about thirty. eyes could make out the little blue- holes around the airfield. At least "- .-

DASH IN rEATHERS.. "So what the Colonel to do? of the EX3y$3 War '
was pink exhaust flame plane I' these would keep off strafers. 12 SHEETSt ''3 borsdt

SPREAD ONROOSTS Our P-40's were badly overworked, next to. you. (TO BE CONTINUED)

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Millinery Says 'More Hat' UNIFORM IMPROVED INTERNATIONAL i AS I( ME 1 A quiz with answers offering ? '

With Trend Greater Elegance SUNDAY 1 fAN(J TIlER II information on various subjects .?? \

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By HAROLD L. LUNDQU1ST. D. D. 1. What does the Statue of Lib- 7. How many pairs of nylon
: By CHERIE NICHOLAS __. Of Released The Moody by Western Bible Institute Newspaper of Union.Chicago. erty hold in her left hand? stockings could be made from the

2. What inland bodies of water material needed for one para
!are saltier than the oceans? chute?
Lesson for September 3
'1 The Answers'
3. Who are the "Sea Squatters?

I' ,;.:> Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected 4,. In the Bible, who was the food 1. A book.
., and copyrighted by InternationalCouncil 2. Great
Salt lake in Utah and
tJ. and grain administrator of
,.'.."' "...,',. :, of Religious Education; used by a
permission. _____ great country during a period of the Dead sea bordering Palestine.
and famine 3. Aviators forced down at
i SAUL REJECTED failing crops widespread sea
? who are successful in inflating
; LESSON TEXT-1 Samuel 151023. 5. A symphony usually has how rubber rafts and are rescued.
/' GOLDEN TEXT-Because thou hast rejected many movements? 4. Joseph (Gen. 42:6): .
\ the word of the Lord he hath
rejected thee from being king.-I Samuel 6. The Grand Canyon of Colo- 5. Four.
s k 15:23. rado extends approximately how 6. About 280 miles.
many miles? 7. 1,920 pairs.what .
Moral failure is a direct result of I i
disobedience to God's law. He established I
,, the moral order in the
sue, ;S universe. His is the only right a
way, and the man who does not walk i
HOUSEHOLD cents worth
i in God's way is wrong no matter a ,

: aH WAJ how at the successful moment. he may seem to be fm I of i\

''J After a brief period of success, !
A cloth is better for
dry remov- !
Saul sinned by intruding into the I
priests office at Gilgal (I Sam. 13: ing a pan or dish from 'the stoveor
C oven than a damp or wet one. ; makes
10-14). This was soon followed by .
his disobedience in the battle with -
Milk which has changed be
Amalek (I Sam., 15:1-9). This may
sweetened rendered fit for
or use
final judgment from the
Brought again by stirring in a little soda.
Lord, and Saul stood revealed as .
r%' ;p I. A Self-Willed Backslider (vv.
A tablespoonful turpentine
10 11)). ,
boiled with your white clothes will
"Turned back from following"God
greatly aid the whitening
1, : means just one thing, that is,, -.- process. 2l:
\ turned back to self-will. These two Never pull awnings up or leave % :rptV

principles, which are mutually exclusive them up while wet. Rolled damp
li i r k rule all actions of manitis they will mildew or rot.
t either God's will, self-will. -.-
\ ____ Saul, who had every opportunityto Braising, browning and cooking*
! ( make good as Israel's first king, in a small amount of moisture
lost out completely, and so turned with the lid on, is used for less
away from God that God had to turn tender meat cuts. 1
away from him, which is the thought -.- l II'I- '. u yrlT NM'
expressed by "repenteth" (v, 11). When window shades wear and } .\-I" .
II. A Lying Hypocrite (vv. 12, 13). become soiled at the bottom they ",\ "
to\ .
:VI' .: i' ) ,
Knowing that he had done just the can be taken off the roller, turned l '( '!Rio ,'.' 4b 1'.
.... .
: "
opposite, Saul puts on his best "Sun- end-for-end, tacked back on the ; ,1.t1: '
'. { "JII VyIII day-go-to-church" ''manner and pro- roller and hemmed at the new bot- It costs only about 15 c and takes only a
III fessed, to be very pious, and com- tom edge. few minutes inoculate an, acre of
II r4 -.- vetch, winter peas, clover, other
obedient (v. 13). One mar-
Waffles arc grand for dessert legumes with NITRAGIN; yet it Irequently -
i vels at his temerity, but not so muchso
L doubles You bigger
when topped, with cream cheese'mixed profits. get
> -END excitement reigns in the type, and via massive drapes for when one thinks of those in the with cherry 'or blueberryjam. yields; richer feed. Get NITRAGINfrom
millinery realm this season,. due turbans, or trimming arrangements, church'who put'on the same kind ofa Be with both the your seed supplier.Write today
to a radical, almost revolutionary some of which just stop short of "front" to cover a worldly, self- cheese and generous jam. No need for but- for free legume booklets. jTHEHITIAGIH

change in hat silhouettes, inspiredby being top heavy. centered life.Nothing ter as the cheese is rich enough. cO.jm BOOTH ST.?MILWAUm.W1S.
the new "more hat" movement It's the hat with the brim that hurts the cause of Christ .

that seems to be bringing about impresses one with the fact thai ,more than the nervy hypocrites who ,
many new trends in 'contours for drastic changes are taking place in deny by their lives before the community -' Hear 'em Grackle
\, fall. Also, a new era of elegance is silhouettes this fall. There's really the, thing for which the i-III --i iI
,, being launched of luxurious trimmings something to them both as to crown church stands. By the way, are youa
j- brilliant dramatic color and and brim that makes them takeon hypocrite, you who read these "
'the use of rich'i handsome. > media an .air., of ,importance.: Lavishedas lines? If so, flee to God in repent- I ( p' I
throughout. ; many are with rich plumage and ance. You are in bad company.

As we all know, hats have been color-bright feather fantasies, also III. A Proved Deceiver (vv. 14, :I I
growing smaller and smaller, almost precious embroidery, the new "more 15)).
to the vanishing point this last hat" versions look very new and The difficulty with ,falsehood is I KRISPIES
'1 season. Advance millinery showings imposing. As pictures speak louder that ultimately the truth, comes to RICE II

i'' 'i l, for fall, however, declare definitely than words we are illustrating here light. With Saul it came quickly, for,
: ; in favor of the "more hat idea. with a group of advance hats the sheep which he said were dead '
1. The new hats coming in take on an ; selected from styles shown by Chi. were alive enough to bleat at just ''T&. Grains ar.cr.F..d.:16K': I :

1 air of, importance which carries the cago Fashion industries for mid- the right time. The deceit of Saul I .' '.',
good news that "real millinery" is season and early fall wear. thus was proved in the very instantof I Kelloggs Rice Krispies equal the D .,
; returning with great pomp and The hat centered in the group is his false declaration of innocency."Be whole ripe grain in nearly all the 11 J r r
1 glory. typically in the new fall 1944 mood.It sure your sin will find you protective food elements! declared ::
t I This movement toward sizable [ is made of gleaming black satin, out" Num. 32:23) is not just a religious I .essential. human nutrition. (4// I;it't ,

for satin, you know, is the rage for theory, it is God's word. "He ... ,: ik,
hats that will without
ing does not mean stay on that small coax-hats everything this season from dresses that covereth his sins shall not pros- __.... .... .. II,:"" ,...1:I '" .

are out of the "picture." Even the and suits to hats and accessories.So per; but whoso confesseth and for-
so-called small hat, however, refuses' here's your cue, buy a satin hat saketh them shall have mercy"

to stay really small this season, for for: your fall fashion-first. This mode (Prov. 28:13).; VERONICA LAKE -
v there is anew bulkiness being added tunes: smartly to the "more hat" IV. A Proud Disobeyer (vv. 16- speaking :

in thickened berets of the bumper idea. 19).
1 i Just the thing to wear with your, i Now Saul, had to stand before Co-Starring in "SO PROUDLY WE HAIL/' a Paramount. Picture:
s suit and coat dresses is the subtly i Samuel and hear the words of God's I

I \ Coat draped hat above to the left in the' condemnation.' He had to face his
Button-Up group. It comes ina, rough'textured own )life, and see there the groundof
wool with dangles of flirtatious the judgment of the Lord. He
rings of self-fabric, and a curtain of was reminded of the day 'of his I }"
iI fringe about the brim. humble dependence on the Lord,
:1'.""a vn/r r.Y"s, 4iufiiii / Centered above is a hat that which had brought him exaltation to '.
I /y t;>rw A( Ir'r'arU'r,.( if broadcasts style news of a trend to the highest place, in Israel. a l .,. ,:
dramatic side drapes. Interesting To be small in one's own eyes is
stitching is used'together with a loop to be great in the eyes of the Lord.
GJ S.Skt and a swirl of braid. He is looking for the acceptable sac- ,
The' ladies will be tipping their rifice of a humble heart (Ps. 51:17; .
hats this fall as you see above' to the Isa. 57:15). i'I;
right in the group. This sidedrapeberet V. An Argumentative Evader (vv. ': .
makes a flourish'' of a side 20, 21).
I piece that keeps it secure, finishingit Once set in the way of disobedience -
A ; Y/ off ,with braid and a handsome there ,seems to be no limit to '.?
tassel. the bold stubbornness of man. Instead -
1 For a hat that will win compli- of breaking down in contritionand z !;" :.

ments choose the feathered beauty confession, Saul tried to face the :t ,

shown below to the left. This little matter down by further argument ':. '
; flatterer is designed for gala occa- and tricky evasion."I .

; r n sion. have obeyed;" said he, "but > w:
i Gorgeous flowers made all, of the, people." Who 'was king? Did \ 1ty
feathers are blossoming out in full the people obey Saul, or Saul the pea
9 bloom on many of the loveliest fall] ple? There is nothing honest about
hats. Feather flowers in lush fuchsiaare laying your sins over on another.
\ charmingly arranged on the How often people do it!
'i1wer little black hat as shown belowto Notice also that Saul became very

\ the right. religious again. If anything had
More satin! Centered below is a been done ,that seemed wrong, it r

k charming little hat that tells you was with a good purpose; they were
\ \ : / that dashing satin trims will gleam going to "sacrifice to Jehovah."
from many a hat this fall, used for VI. A Rebellious Reject (vv. 22, A dentist's dentifriceu ".
drapes and luscious large bows. 23).
New, too, are scroll motifs of satin, "To obey is better than sacrifice." Calor was created by a dentist for per !i
The blending of many colors I appliqued smart felts. learn who brilliance consistent ax a :
on Oh, that we might well that sons want utmost
makes this coat and
a gay charming
Released by Western Newspaper Union. lesson which God through Samuel With utmost gentleness. I
one. a perfect for mid-
tried to teach to Saul. We need to A A "j' I
;. '\', season and fall wear. Made of navy, Jodhpurs for Youngsters recognize that giving to the church, ]f Scrupulous cleansing.Your teeth havea : :
i. wool, this slim short box coat is notably dean feel after using Calox.
or working for the church, is not ;
lined in Something has been
blue. added 2t
: water ,Large poker new to 0I" ,
j' chip buttons, each a bright hue all the little folks' clothes program in enough if there is not obedience to JB Caloz gently cleans away surface .: o, p R -.,
,yN" ;; its own, march down the front in way of jodhpurs that are now being God; and with us that obedience'must stains, loosens mucin plaque. .'-
single file from a slim round neck sold for kindergarten wear and as be the recognition of Christ as
" to the hemline. Buttons are having practical utility garments for tod- Saviour and Lord. 3.Made by McKesson & Robbins, ,:
: a big vogue and their popularity' dlers. These diminutive jodhpursare Lip service, half obedience, a will- Bridgeport,Cons-a laboratory with :.' "; .

"l': will continue right through the fall made with swagger pocketsand ingness to make sacrifices were not over 100 years'experience' in making ',..'qFall
'1 season. Even milady's hat takes on correctly pegged and taped sil- acceptable in the case of Saul. Be fine drugs.
a trim made up of myriads of tinymulticolored houette. They are designed to replace sure they are infinitely less accept
+t buttons. overalls and leggings. able to God in this day.



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arrived at Camp about seven o'clock cently found that Nail was in chargeof Further advancements for Evel- never realized before as it is today.
The Clewiston Sunday 'evening.The a certain department from which 3 m Hare at Fort Benning where shes I Through prayer many things have

camp' is located on a small we in the days long ago, ordered! stationed as a member of the Wo- I been realized which would never

lake about five miles from Avon pare parts for this and that tor nan's Army Corps She now is a have happened otherwise. Are you

Florida by every the CLENISTON1eNEWS.. Park. It has all the modern con- keep the war going, but to date have I ittle closer to the rank of general a believer in prayer? 'If so join us W

TIIG veniences. There is a large mess not received the same and he will in fact is just as lar as she can get in the mid-week prayer service at

mil with a loud speaker and plentyof sure as h-have one less friend unless :, without a commission. She now has 8:30 p. m. Wednesday and let us''

Entered as second" class mall matter places to put our equipment. The he gets "on the ball" and ships i the rank of Staff Sergeant. really make this an "Hour of Power. -
February 1, 1927, at the Post Office In ."
In barracks, ,
Clewiston, Florida, under the Act of boys are staying: two same to us within a year Californian.!
!March 3, 1897. which are divided in two partitions, Me being a "modest" A notice from the postal authorities I Service men to be remembered

each holding six boys.. The barracks and Nail an evangelist of all the fine'' this week that Cpl. Lewis C. 1 this week are as follows: Lloyd

CARR SETTLE Publisher have excellent facilities and each of things in Florida and Clewiston in! Kelly has been transferred from. Kelly, Elbert Hooker, Stanley Mc-

----- the; four group leaders is in chargeof particular, we had many a verbal:: Camp Haan, Cal., to Camp Swift, 'I Corkle, Carl Hansen, Ted Prescott.

Subscription Rntc ?.%.r.O Per Year.A.dvertl"lng keeping the place' clean and or- tilt: over the advantages of the respective -! Texas, but .1\9.., ddress is given at I i Bring some recent word from them-
derly. The boy have done a good states. He presented me |I the new location. If ,anyone' knows Ito this service. '

nntcs On Application. job of keeping the place spick and with "hurricanes" and I in turn:i I this new address we would like toi I Auxiliaries meet as follows.-G..

span. gave him one of our "few" slightly]i I i have it to prevent Cpl. Kelly frpmI A. Wednesday at 3:30 at the church',

Devoted to the advancement and welfare Our routine goes something like used earthquakes and on and on it I 1 I missing too many copies of the News Sunbeams Thursday at 9:30 a. _m.., >, 'i

and Hendry County. reveille 7:15 calis- at the .
of Clewiston this: 7:00: went.Well church. .
.....- ----------- 'henics. 7:30 breakfast, 8:00 to anyway,.he's a swell fellow I I FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH "God often sweeps:away a Christ-,
and I like him_and Wiggley both a I "
H. C. Meador Pastor
S:30 cleaning up barracks, 8:30 to ian's Possessions That He May Become
11:00: morning practice, 11:00 to lot. And when: Californian likes !I Rich in Faith. ",
NATIONAL DI7ORAi! a "cracker" from Florida he's got I Ito I
12:00 free, 12:00 dinner, 1:00 to Sunday School-9:45 a. m. -_ __ .
iSSOCIATICm 2:15 skull drill.,2:15 to 3:00 free, be good and my" b'est wishes follow Morning Worship 11:00 a. m.

3:00 to 5:0-0 afternoonx practice, the gentlemen from the. South" : Training Union-6:45: p. m. I I NOTICE,.
5:00 to 6:00 free,. fi:00 supper, wherever they'go.. Evening Worship-8:00 p. m.

I 7:00 to 8:00: lecture, 8:00 to 9:30 .- yours: ,I I Prayer Service Wed.-8 : 3'0 p. mlA I,,ITO ASN RALEIGH 14081725, Btry'HARDIN(I) 209th:PADILLA"CA ,
W. S. Oakes, C.S.F., C.B.M.U.I I 3 Bn (A.A.), .APO 512
co] Postmaster
free, 9:30 curfew. cordial invitation is
very ex-
-- I I I|New York City New York, '
The cooking Is done by an elderly tended to all the residents of the You, are hereby notified that Bill for ,...
Robert Hodges, who left last week: Divorce
who are really A-l at community to worship with each has been filed against you by
couple us
HouseBy to join the Naval Air Corps, passedhis II |Avle Shirley Padilla in the Circuit
On The the job. All of the boys are gaining exams in Jacksonville, went onto Sunday. ,Good singing. A gospel ,,Court of Hendry County, Florida, at
weight fast. The barracks sections message and fine fellowship awaitsall and you are required to apipear -
Atlanta and passed further exami- in said suit on October 2nd,' 1944.
D. C. S. take turns doing K. P. duty who attend. A special welcomeis I or the Bill will be taken as confess'ed. .-
nations and we now understand that .
which consists of serving, cleaning extended to'men in the armed
he is back at Jacksonville Naval Air (SEAL,) WILLIAM T. HULL,
tables and sweeping. services. i[ Clerk Circuit Court,
This is another one of those I Base to begin his boot training. Hendry County, Florida.
week-ends that all working folks The rules are simple and few. Good luck, Robert! I The importance of prayer was Sept. 1. 8, 15, 2-, 1944.

like to see 'come around which gives Punishment for violation of-rules s I,

them two full days, and in some consists in running or cutting grass.By Sgt. Lewis Nicky, arrived here

cases, three for the holiday. It appears the time we leave here we will Tuesday from a camp in Texas to

that most everything will be probably have all of the grass cut spend a furlough with his, wife and /:

buttoned up pretty tight around hereon around the place. However, the baby here. They are staying, 'whilehe CLEWISTONGOLF (
be good cook (who runs the camp) says thisis her ,
Labor Day so it might a is in. service, with parents, I;'

... idea to lay in a good stock of groceries the quietest bunch that 'has been Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Phillippe.
.: Saturday to prevent fasting here all summer. I would hate to I COURSE

p Monday. have some of the other groups. Con- Carol W. Redish, ARM 1-c with I,

, sidering the fact that there are the U. S. Navy, is now stationed at

football boys are having aI I around 20 healthy boys outdoors, I Siddall Field at Astoria, Oregon, ,

I.: The time this week-and next think they have done very well. In and is at a radio school at the pres- .
great \ .
their free periods the boys go row- time.
Parkas ent
L: at Camp Wingman at Avon .
: up ing, read magazines write letters, .
f: is evidenced by Coach Myers column -
listen to the radio, do punishment, I
: this week. We promised themwe'd i Cpl. G. M. Waters, Jr., arrived II I --
raise the} devil or engage in a pas -
:4':. give another plug for the sale I time that is in the best Clewiston here Wednesday to spend a portionof : Ideal Weather for Your
: of season tickets this week and are i a twenty-fourday furlough with
tradition (certain experiences pre- I .
:? glad to do so. The cost of these is I vent me naming it.) friends and relatlyes in Clewiston Favorite Exercise '1 ,'
t, small and whether you expect to attend after which he will go to DeSoto .;
This has been real experiencefor
I 2: the games or not it's a small a City to visit his parents for the re- .

V sacrifice to make to give the team the boys, something'they'll always mainder of the leave. He is sta- \' "" ': i i"r

','. a little extra money to start the sea- .remember. As for myself, I'm tioned at the Los Vegas Gunnery ;' .' ..:--:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: ..:.,:.. ,;, '" 'J ;
living on a routine schedule for the .,
i' son'off with. Football is rather ex- School of Los Vegas, Nevada, and : '.: ,.. .
T.t .
; i
first time in adult life. Todayis
:..' pensive until it gets on a paying my now wears the wings of a flying en- Good ;
a basis so when the boys come around Marty Waldron's birthday and gineer. ." .;; ;* ,.':,/. .' 1
have a little celebration ?: .
and take we plan- '
with these tickets dig down
ned. I hope I can bring the boys Junior is flying on B-17's whichhe i : ;
;: ; one or two or three. (and it be natural) ;
back healthy, enthusiastic and better prefers may ? ;
football players. to anything else the Air Forces :; ;

",:' Those who thought we'd laid by have flying, including the new :

.:; all the hot weather last month were B-29's. ,Not, ..,too'long'.ago he was_ .sent, : : :.-- :;J

,f', a little surprised''tlle last day or two SNNN:--:MNMNN..:MNNN: :NNN :N N:..:N:M.NNN with a group to'Seattle to study:- the, 't:..' f::,:; .*Ftfeet t' 'Your Own :FrlendrThere! o>: : .. : :' 11

when the temperature has again ,
B-29 but says he'd prefer to stick: to : :
j .
;; climbed into the middle nineties the B-17. :

t despite the rather heavy showers With. t I ,1. .. HH

I we've been having. But the lake an'd. :
Mr. Mrs. E.. E. Kelly have I
fourteen feet'and unless we
Our Lloyd Kelly, who worked for sometime I ,
In the next I '
have some super-rains Boysin
in Clewiston before enteringthe I ,
thirty days we can expect an even service has been advanced from '
lake next Here's hopIng I YEARLY MEMBERSHIP 1 1I
lower I
a Lieutenant, (j.g.) to the rank of I
that if it ever gets up again thatit the
full Lieutenant. Our cQngratuations II
will be held at much higher ,
level. l Lloyd is with the Pacific I ,;
fleet somewhere on that big pond at j
r Service the present time.
The starch plant construction goes

forward: rapidly. Or so it seems to a ;
us even when some show impati-

ence. From what we can gather I SAYS. ;: ; ,111 ;
N:N:N N:N:N H:N:N:N N:N:N:.:N:N:N:N:N:N N N:.-:N--:N: THE OLD JUDGE ;. I
construction is well along on all ," ... ... ",."' "'
buildings except two small ones to i'- ,, 'I ,
A sight for sore eyes this week is 'I I ,;
be erected near the main plant. The i I. f
Art Lawrence who has just returned M. \ J f
main building has the second and -
from a nice two-year vacation on
third floors poured and forms are Ji
Waikiki Beach at Uncle Sam's fH

now going up for the roof. As was :
but it doesn't take a keen stu- '
the case with the warehouse, the
dent of psychology to deduce that
siding will go up rapidly once the -
Art is glad to be home. Maybe Ha- \
concrete floors and supports are !! ,
I I ,
waii isn't what it I'
: poured and ready. once was, maybethe t I 'i itI
hula gals have gone to work in f :. ,

The American Legion waste paper aircraft factories but ',anyway Art I : \

.: drive is scheduled to open Mondaybut says he didn't stutter 'at all when tI 'W .I t I > 4 l

the local post plans to make Only -' they 'asked him jf he wanted to comeback I '

:,;. : one big collection on September to the states. : :.

12, a week: from the coming Tues- Art'lll he here for ,a, couple of I 1 : ,- f
/_ -
day. Try to keep that 'date in mind week longer, 'anyw y, .and then is ,
and have your pile of paper ready scheduled to return to San Fran- I ::
+ ,,. j ,iI11hY
for the trutks when they come cisco for the duration and maybe a I

around even- if the Boy Scouts fail little extra. But, according. to Art, I

to contact you before the date. And any place is alright so long as it's l!

';. they'll probably bearound: for they in the States and no. .ocean between j ; ,
\' usually do a bang-up job when requested him and Clewiston. .-

t to do so. E j j,
Remember that' Campbell Nail

Only one more week of vcaation episode a few weeks ago? That one

.:' "- for the school kids and you can bet where one of his buddies in New ,

r, your life they'll take, full advantage Guinea gave us a fit for saying that
| of that time to get in as much fun Campbell wasn't among friends. ,

as possible. And they ,shouldn't Well it pops up again this week in '

f'. be blamed' for doing so. From all another letter from New Guinea. '

we can hear the faculty for the Such popularity must be deserved: ,

L school here is complete, ,or virtually Somewhere in New Guinea

F so, and everything should get, away August 16, 1944.

r to a good start next Monday, the Editor Clewiston News, .
llth. Clewiston, Fla. "The more I read about it, Judge, the more J for airplane windshields and instrument covers ;'

. Sir: I realize the tactics and requirements of this war to make lacquers used in camouflaging ,

A short while back I happened ona I are as different from the one I fought in 25 equipment and as a base for synthetic rubber '. .'

Sporting Around. Clewiston News, and recalling the ; years ago as night is from day." needed for tires gas masks paratroop equip '

days of training at Camp Peary, : "Yes. and I can give you an example of ment and dozens of other things.

.,', By Bernard Myers' Virginia, remembered a Chief Petty : how true that is, Fred. In World War I the "Every time 1 think of it, Fred I)realize

" Officer C. E. Nail who was from : chief uses of alcohol produced. for war purposes how fortunate we were in having a beverage ,

', your fair city. Pursuing it furtherI r were found in smokeless powder, medi- distilling industry in existence when war

" This is being written Wednesday noticed a letter written by one cal supplies and chemical warfare materials. broke out. ready and eager to convert a

have afternoon at our football camp. We CPO Wiggly which said that Chief I In this war the need for this product is far 100% to the production of this critically

just finished skull drill and Nail would never be without \ more vital because it is also used as a fuel to needed war product I'm mighty sure boot- :
, the boys
,. are "resting up" for after- "friends" even if he with of much help."
was no .l! propel torpedoes, to'make shatterproof glass leggers wouldn't have been
noon practice. I shall try to
give one from the home town, etc., etc..
you some of the highlights of our
Jt- ----, i
camp. After many last minute arrangements Now I served alb}} through training ImlialHO. Int
AUlulu linrtw
advertisement *(*1I'1JICd 6y Confirm >t
.. ,
we managed to get with A ,.
away the writer of that letter, CPO --
from Clewiston in good, order ,and Wiggley and also Thief Nail. I re



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LEGAL NOTICES I Respondents.TO 500,000 Everglades Drainage District of the Ninth Tenth Eleventh Twelfthand XEWSPAPEH \

THE STATE OF FLORIDA AND Refunding Bonds of 1944 for the pur- Fifteenth Judicial Circuits, wherein PUBLISHED
I TO THE SEVERAL T TAXPAYERS pose of refunding $8,600,000 aggregate said Everglades Drainage District OKEECHOBEE NEWS OKEECHOBEI

IN THE .CIIICUIT PROPERTY OWNERS AND CITIZENS principal amount of bonded indebtedness lies appear on the 18th day of September FORT PIERCE NEWS- t. '
TilE FIFTEENTH OF THE EVERGLADES of said District which was orig- 1944, at the hour of 10:00 o'- TRIUNE. ,. ST. LUCIH ,
CIRCUIT JUDICIAL DRAINAGE DISTRICT. A TAXING, inally incurred before the General clock a. m., of said day at the Circuit \ MARTIN I
AND OF FLORIDA, IN DISTRICT IN THE STATE OF FLOR Election in November, 1930, and is now Courtroom in the Courthouse in the EnRING AMERICAN HIGHANDS :
COUJTTV.IX. IDA. INCLUDING NON-RESIDENTS evidenced by- bonds which were out- City of West Palm Beach in said Fifteenth KEY HERALD DAI ;
'. OWNING PROPERTY OR SUBJECT standing on June 3, 1941 and are now Judicial Circuit and show WEST .

CIIAXCERY.NOTICE TO TAXATION THEREIN, AND outstanding, together with certain Interest cause why the prayers of the Petition CITIZENGLADES 10NRGE !

. OTHERS HAVING OR CLAIMING I coupons appurtenant thereto, for the Validation of said bonds COUNTY t
SHOW ORDER TO ANY RIGHT, TITLE OR INTERESTIN and It also appearing that all of the should not be granted and said $4,500- DEMOCRAT GLADES ,
006 CAUSE WHY $4.500- PROPERTY TO BE AFFECTEDBY facts required to be stated by said Petition 000 Everglades Drainage District Refunding CLEWISTON NEWS HENDRY !'
DISTRICT THE ISSUANCE ABOVE Bonds of 1944 and the pro- FORT i
BONDS OF '1944 DATED MENTIONED BONDS, OR TO BE the Florida Statutes!, 1941 arc contained ceedings of the Board of Commissioners DAILY LAUDERDALE '
TOBER oc- AFFECTED IN ANY WAY THEREBY : therein, and that said Ever- of said Everglades Drainage Dis- NEWS BROWARt :
glades Drainage District that TIMES PALM BEACH
BE VALIDATED : prays trict in connection with the issuanceof I
I AND CON-j this Court issue an Order as directed said The publication
FIRMED.: bonds should not be validated in each such newspapers .
"EVERGLADES by said Chapter 75, and the Court be- I and confirmed as prayed in said Pe shal be made once each week
DRAINAGE DISTRICT The EVERGLADES DRAINAGE ing fully advised in the premises, now tition for Validation.IT I for ) consecutive weeks ;.
district I commencing ,
a taxing in the DISTRICT. a taxing District in the therefore. I with suck
State of Florida acting by and State of Florida, acting by and through IS FURTHER ORDERED that and the last first publcaUoB 1
through the Board of Commis- I the Board of Commissioners of Everglades IT IS ORDERED that all taxpayers, :at least thirty (30) days prior to the more than publication shal

I .tpners of Everglades Drainage Drainage District its governing property owners and citizens of the I I date set for the hearing on said Petition the date set for said( prior t f.
[ I district, Its governing board. board having filed its Petition for Everglades Drainage District, Including for Validation the Clerk of this DONE and ORDERED .

I Petitioner the Validation of $4,500,000 Everglades non-residents owning property or Court shall cause a copy of this Notice Palm at the Courthouse !

f vs.8TATE. Drainage District Refunding Bonds of subject to taxation therein and all and Order to be published in the following I. this tin-W8t.day of August Beach Florida, '
OF FLORIDA and the 1944 dated October others having or claiming right 1944.
-' 1, 1944. and it appearing -' any newspapers published in the
.j. taxpayers,. property owners and in and from said Petition and title or Interest in property to be following counties respectively (the I I |Isl' JOSEPH'S. WHITE f,

. citizens of said Everglades Drainage the Exhibit attached thereto that the affected by the issuance of the above counties in which the Everglades I JUGE OF THE CIRCUIT l

District, including nonresidents I Board of Commissioners of Everglades mentioned bonds, or to be affected in Drainage District lies) : I I OF THE FIFTEENTH l
owning property or sub- Drainage District has adopted a Resolution any way thereby and the State of i I Ii 'I JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF I
ject to taxation therein. authorizing the issuance of $4- Florida through the State Attorneys I I STATE OI' TH
!. ---- | COUNTY I\ WHICH Aug. 18-25. Sent. .. t
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NOTICE OF ELECTION nlnth (39th) and rorty-fini I4lsflDistricts That the following amendment at Section within men ,
WHEREAS.: The Legislature of 1X3, shall be elected for a term 24 of Article in of the Constitution town and not otherwise.munlelpallty or of ly. Me 0 a after to* UP1U'
whfer the Constitution of 1885. of the ot four years and the Senator from of the State of Florida relating t each of N4 _
State of Florida did pass 10 Joint ResoJuIJoDa the Fortieth ((40th) District elected to uniform county and municipal COy- 'he Counties of Dade and Orange o Md Counties, ogles

proposing amendments to the f Tor a term of two years from the ernment and the classification of and each munIciPality. town. district of the ,,8Uew and Prosectit-
Constitution of the State of Florida, and time ot the General Election of 1944 cities and towns. be and the same is. and other special taxing districts now tog Attorney b ablllhe within ,
Ac same were agreed to by a vote and thereafter said Senators shall be hereby agreed to and shall b* sub created by law. or which may be hereafter said COuntie. and d

ml three-fifths of &U the members elected elected for a term of four vear xcept mitted to the electors 01 the State created by law. in each of said of te County Solct within e o

to each house; that the votes on said in cast of a vacancy In office of Florida at the General) Election of Counties. shall retain and control the of COuntie bece the dute
;,11 Jslot Resolutions were entered upon Filed In office Secretary of State Representatives to be held in 1944 power tr fix their respective budgets In M sd
their respective Journals, with the yeas June 14. 1943. for approval or rejection: that is to for the purpose of measuring and Imposing COuntie.Stion

and nays thereon and they did deter- say. that Section 24 of Article m of the.mUlage to be imposed upon 7. On and after the ex-

:mine and direct that the said Joint A JOIN'I RESOLUTION Proposing to the Constitution of the State ot Flora property d in said -Counties subject to pIraton of the terms of the Clerks
Hesolutions be submitted to the electors Amend Section 21 of Article V of be amended so as to read as fol- valorem or other like taxes within Criminal Court of Record of
of the State at the General .Election in Constitution ot the State of thel ows: district respective municipality, town Dade and Orange OounUe for which
November, 1944. Section 24 rhe or other special taxing area. they are have '
RelatIng to Justice Districts and Justice legislature shall and the eac 8erIn been
.. NOW, THEREFORE J., R. A. 'GRAY, of the Peace. establish a uniform system of county County rax Assessor In eachof l. 1945. the offices
Secretary of State of the State of Florida and municipal government which shall said Counties shall in determining of the Clerks of the Criminal
Io notice that L.EOISb assessment add the amount levied of Record in both Counties
hereby give
a e applicable except in cases where :
Imposed by such mlllage to the Clerks of the
GENERAL ELECTION local or special! laws are provided or Civil Courts of
-will be held in each county in Florida That the following amendment to Section may hereafter be provided by the LegIslature amount imposed by the respective and the Court of Crimes In Dade I
21 of Article V of the Constitution Counties
of Dade and
Orange. County shall
next succeeding the first that be all be .
m Tuesday of the State of Florida be and may Inconsistent abolihe and the
..' Monday in November A. D. 1944. the therewith. Section 2. That on and after midnight duties of the Cerk Criminal
he same Is hereby agreed to, and the
said Tuesday being the Filed In office Secretary of State. December 31st. 1944. the County Court of both
submitted the COunte
shall be to
SEVENTH DAY OF NOVEMBER ame qualified June 10. 1943. Tax Collectors of the Counties of and the duties of the Clerk
jar the ratification or rejection of the electors at the general electionin Dade and Orange, State of Florida Civil Court of Crimes In Dade
1944,for ratification or rejection Ct
said Joint Resolutions proposing amend- A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing to shall each become the Tax Collector shall all be assumed taken '
"Section 21. shall be
;;;'y' jmcnts to, the Constitution of I the State than five Justice There Districts not In more each Amend Section Six and Section Sevenof for all ad valorem and acreage taxes become a part of the duties of the"" .
!'i-/ fit Florida, viz: Article xvm of the Constitution of levied and Imposed for the calendar respective Clerks of the Circuit Court '
and there shall be elected
county one
A JOINT RESOLUTION the State of Florida Relating to the I year 1945 and subsequent years (except In Dade and Orange Counties.
for each
Proposing Justice of the Peace Justice '
Term of Office of taxes now required to be collected Section 8. The assumption of
Persons Appointed new
the Amendment of Section 1 of Article District who shall hold office for four I
duties under the i ;
the I
or Elected to Fill Vacancies In Elective I by Clerk of the Circuit provisions of this
IX of the Constitution of Florida Existing Justice Districts
years. are Court) within each Article shall not entitle
Offices Under Said Constitution.BE I of said Counties any
Relating to Taxation. hereby recogniZed. but the Leglsla- and to increased of1c
including all County taxes and compensation:
: ure may by special Act. from time toIme. '
BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LOOm all ad valorem and acreage taxes imposed officers upon whom such new
LATURE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: t change the boundaries of any I OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: by any municipality, town. dis shall be impose shall continue dutie
hereafter That the following amendment to SectIon b
uch District estab-
now or
That the following amendment Sec trict, other governed
to or taxing district upon general law of
0 and Section 7 of Article XVIII
tion 1 of Article IX of the Constitutionof shed and may establish new or abolish I of the the property within each of said Counties, State a It now Is. or may be here.
Constitution of State of
Florida relating to taxation be and any such"District Provided now or however hereafter Florida be, and the same Is hereby and the Legislature may provide that after as relates to the fixing of their
She same la hereby agreed to and shall existing. each of said Collectors shall also collect respective salaries or prescribing their ,
hat such changes shall be sub- agreed to. and the same shall be submitted -
,be submitted to the electors of the any to the qualified electors of the any other taxes licenses or excises maximum compensation from fee: I I
mitted the of
to people any county BO
State of Florida for ratification or rejection within said Counties. Such col provded. however that each officer >
State of Florida for ratification
affected by referendum at the next or rejection -
lectors shall each assumes the
remit to
at the next General Section ensuing general election. at the next Ensuing general the designated herei stat
to be held In 1944. follows proper officials of each additional take
as : taxing duties
election, that It to : That Sections
Filed In office Secretary of State. say allowed
Section 1. The Legislature shall protldo authority In their respective Counties aitant. employeesand
June 10. 1943. 6 and 7 of Article XVHI of the Constitution -
for a uniform and equal rate of of the State of Florida be all such taxes collected, forthwith, ors exnse of assumed

taxation except that It may provide amended to read as follows: a _may be provided by law. Each Tax as approved by the Budeet-
A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an 'Collector shall collect each commissions of such Counties, by ,
for special rate or rates on Intangible tax statement o
"Section 6. The term of office for
Amendment to Article V of the COnstitution In full and shall issue but such other supervisory
t4 property but such special rate or rateasha.U all vacancies one authority as
appointees to in
I of Florida by adding theretoan any tax statement which may be established
not exceed two mills on the dollar of the elective offices under this Constitution shall Include all by the Leilature,
Additional Section to the ad valorem Notwithstanding
of the assessed valuation of such Relating or acreage taxes assessed any 1
shall extend only to the first
Election of State Attorneys. Judges of during one calendar clal the provisions of this
Intangible property; provided that as Tuesday after the first Monday In any year upon law Article j
to obligations secured by mort- Criminal Courts of Record and County each parcel of real property, and upon shall self-executing. The -Legislature -
any January next after the election and
Solicitors (except the Judge and So- each lot of personal property. and all may give reasonable interpretation -
sage. deed of trust; or other lien theLegislature of
icltor of the Court of Record of Escambla qualification a successor. tax certificates shall be Issued to coverall to the words phrases and Section -
may prescribe an Intangible County), and Providing for fill. "Section 7. In all cases of electionto taxes upon each parcel of real of this Article and direct their
tax of not more than two (2)mills fill vacancies In office such election -
Ing Vacancies In any. of such Offices property for each calendar year and by related laws. The Legislature -.
: :: on the dollar which shall be shall be for that of the
Prior to the First Tuesday after the s hall' be sold by each Collector as 19or may by law control the compensation : I
at the time such term the
payable mortgage uaexplred
First Monday in January. 1940. by Appointment commencing on may be provided by law as relatesto of each officer and the ex- :
ztfeed of trust other lien Is 'Irst after the
Tuesday first MondayIn
presented by the Governor and ConIrmatlon County Taxes. and tax certificatesnot pen and conduct of each office
for recordatlon. said tax to be January next after such election. a-
f by the Senate. sold and which by law or foreclosure hereby, and may abolish
Jn lieu of all other Intangible assessments Piled In office Secretary of State
on such obligations. The special BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLATURE June 12. 1943. are converted Into title may systems where they exist In Dade and 1
be so converted the Orange Counties*and mav all
OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: respective contl
rate the taxes collected
or rates or Counties and the sold for the fees and charges of of. ,
That Article V of the Constitution of A JOINT RESOLUTION
be the Proposing
l. therefrom. apportioned by
may I pro rata benefit of each ficials within each of said Counties.
Interested :
. the State of Florida be amended by
. Amend Section 5 Article VTH of the
LegIslature, and shall be exclusive of I Section 9. Section
taxing of Article
authority sales shall
; be made
adding thereto an additional sectiono
h4 Constitution of the State of Florida m
I. All other State. County District and and penalties and interest for delinquencies and Section 5. 27 and of Article .
be known as Section 47 of said Ar- 3
relating to County Commissioners.
taxes and shall .
-municipal : prescribe
and Section 6 of Artlale
Imposed and Sec.
as provided by law
icle. relating to the election of State v
such regulations as shall secure a just Attorneys. Judges of_ Criminal Courts BE IT RESOLVED 'BY THE LEGISLATURE for County taxes: each taxing'-author- tion 3 of' Article I COn-
valuation of all property.', both real OF.THE STATE OF FLORIDA
: tution
o f Record and County Solicitors (except ity where It has a tax Interest may of the of
and personal,' excepting such property That Section 5. of Article Vm of sa
remain in
the Judge and Solicitor of the purchase property sold for taxes or on full force and effect
:as be exempted by law for municipal he; Constitution of the State'of FlorIda said
,. may Court of Record of Escambla County) foreclosure and all moneys derived Sections of said Articles and the
education literary scientific and the same Is hereby agreed to and relating to County Commissioners from such sales. and from penaltiesand other provisions of the Constitution
::',, religious or charitable purposes. hall be submitted to the electors of be and the same Is hereby amended, Interest shall be collected and of the State of Florida relating to the

Approved by the Governor May 20. be State of Florida for ratification or and as amended Is agreed to and shall distributed pro rata to''the respective office consolidated by this ArticlesbaI

j.. 1943. ejection at the General Election toe be submitted to the electors of the Counties, municipalities towns drainage remain In full force and effect

".., Filed in Office Secretary ol State b held on the first Tuesday after the State of Florida at the general election districts or other taxing districts and except as they mav each
': .May 20. 1943. Irst Monday' In November 1944. e.s'follows of Representatives to be held in according to the proportion of taxes relate to such offices and the spt
: 1944 for approval or rejection. That levied by each upon each parcel or of taxation and tees In j

i: A JOIN RESOLUTION Proposing "Section. 47. State Attorneys, Judges Section 5, of Article VIII. as ,amended. piece of property Involved. Orange Counties. Florida and as to 'I
-An Amendment to Article 7, Section 3. o f the Criminal Courts of Record and shall! read as follows: Section 3. Municipalities In each of such- offices system and fees within
of the Constitution of the State of County Solicitors (except the Judge "Section 5. There shall be one said Counties may by special electionto said Counties such Sections and the

..:t.. Florida. Relative to Census and Apportionment and Solicitor of the Court of Record County Commissioner In each of the be held prior to December 31. 1944. Constitution shall be modified and

'. by Amending Section 3 o f Escambla County) shall hereafterbe Jive County Commissioner's districts retain the right to assess and collect changed by this Article.
; ...' of said Article so as to Designate Os- elected by the qualified electorsf i n each county, which districts shall taxes. Upon adoption of this Article, Filed In office Secretary of Stt
seola and Okeechobee Counties as a their respective judicial circuits or be numbered one to five InclusIve. and any municipal government within the June 10. 1943.

r-" Senatorial District. Designate Broward counties as other State and County of- shall be as nearly as possible equaln Counties of Dade and Orange may.
:,',.,<. I County as a Senatorial District and Iclals are elected. proportion to population. The after not less than fifteen (15)) days A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an
Designate Calhoun and Gulf Countiesas "The first election of State Attor- Board of County Commissioners In the notice by publication, call a special Amendment to Article VIII of the Constitution -

a Senatorial District. neys, Judges of Criminal Courts of respective counties shall from time election to be participated in by the of the State of Florida Relalve -
BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE Record and County Solicitors (except t:o time fix the boundaries of such dis qualified freeholders of such municipality ; to Assessment of Property fo
OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA; he Judge and Solicitor of the Courtof tricts. Said County Commissioners only who shall determine by Taxes and the Collection of Taxes, by

That the following amendment to Section Record of Escambla County) shall shall be elected by the qualified electors a majority whether Sections 1 and 2 Adding Thereto Additional Sections to
3 of Article 7 of the Constitution be held at the General Election In 1948 of said county at the time and hereof be. or not be. effective within Provide that In the County of HlUs-
:of: the State of Florida relative to cent o 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 apportionment designating he first Monday In January, 1949 and shall hold office for four voting may by majority vote elect to Tax Assessor Shal Assess the Property
Osceola and Okeechobee Counties as for a term of four years. years. Provided that the County Com have such municipality come under of the County the Purpose of Levy-
the thirty-ninth (39)) Senatorial District "The term or tenure of office ot anyone missioners elected from the even numbered said 3ections. or by a like majority of lag State. County, School and Municipal -
Broward County as the fortieth heretofore or hereafter appointedo districts in 1944 shall serve for those voting determine that it shall Taxes Levied by the State Count

(40) Senatorial District, and Calhoun any of the offices herein mentioned two; years, those elected In 1944 from not come under said Sections If by County School Board. School DistrIct.

--. and Gulf: Counties as the forty-first s hall not be extended hereby. Any the; odd numbered districts shall serve such vote the majority votes to come Special! Tax School Districts

(41)) Senatorial: District be and the vacancy in any of such offices prioro for four years, and thereafter the under Section. 1 _and. .2 hereof:. or _If niclpalte of .tleCount.
same is hereby agreed to and shall be said first Tuesday after the first terms shall be for four years: Provided any municipality" rails to call and hold LEGISLATURE !
I 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 THE STATE OF FLORIDA: "
I -!or 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. Sections That the following Amendment to Article }
Election to be held on the first confirmation by the Senate as heretofore hereby." 1 and 2 hereof shall be effective VIII of the Constitution of the ;'
.Tuesday after the first Monday in provided by the Constitution but Filed in office Secretary ot State upon such municipality. In the event State of Florida relative to the Assessment "

I, November: 1944 as follows: In no case for any longer than until May 27. 1943/ any municipality elects not to come and Collection of all taxes In .),
,_.. "Section 3. The Legislature that the first Tuesday after the first Mon- under Sections 1 and 2 hereof. such : the County of Hllborouh: State of :'

t, .shall meet in regular session. A. D., day In January. 1949. A JOINT RESOLUTION: Proposing an election shall not affect Sections 4. Ii'orlda by therto addltton ,
.1955. and those that shall meet every "Any provision of the Constitution Amendment to the Constitution of the 5, 6, 7. 8. and 9 of this Aricle. exceptas to be known & 1 :;
ten years thereafter shall apportion In i conflict herewith Is hereby re State of Florida to Be Known as Ar- t the assessment of Section 12 be and same Is hsreb if
the representation in the Senate and pealed." tide XX. Sections 1-9 thereof. Relating tae in such municiplt. which shall agreed to and shall be submitted ;
shall provide for forty-one (41) Senatorial Filed in office Secretary of State to the Consolidation of Certain r AS is by law; Electors of the State of Florida for ':

Districts such Districts to be May 18. 1943 Office In the Counties of Dade and provided however that at any general ratification or rejection at the generalElection .i
as nearly equal In population as practicable Orange, State of Florida and Providing city or town election held thereafter to be held on the first Tues.

but nor County shall be divided A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an in Bald Counties for the Combination upon petition filed at least thirty (30) day after the first Monday t Nvobel. ;
in malting 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 one Senator taxation of Rights In the Constitution tions and Equalization of county Municipal of the freeholders entitled to Section 11. 1. From an&te January -
; Provided that Osceola and Okee- of the State of Florida. Relating to and District Taxes. and Per- vote in such election, the question of 1. 1946. the Coun Ta A
chobee Counties. Florida shall constitute Double Jeopardy Self-Incrlmlnatlon. mitting Municipal Referendum. and whether or not such municipality shall In the County of Stt
the Thirty-ninth (39th) Senatorial Due Process of Law. and the Taking the Consolidation of the Office of b t bound by Sections 1 and 2 shall of Florida, shall assess all

District. Broward County, FlorIda of Private Property Without Just Compensation County Prosecutor and Solicitor with placed on the ballot. and upon a all State County Shool. and Municipal -
shall constitute the Fortieth (40th) by Providing the Right of: that of State Attoorney. and Combin- vote to be so bound. such municipality taxes to be the COunt \
Senatorial District and Calhoun and I Persons to Work Shall Not Be Denied i ing the Clerk of the Criminal and shall thereafter be bound by said Sec by the State. County County

Gulf Counties. Florida shall constitute or Abridged on Account of Member. Civil Courts and Duties of Tax Collector tions. Board. School Districts Special T
the, Forty-first (41st) Senatorial I ship or Non-Membership In any Labor with the Clerk of the Circuit Section 4. The County Tax.Assessors School Districts and Municipalities ;
District: and. at the same time the i Union, or Labor Organization: and L Court. and the County Tax Collectors of Dade 2. The Legislature shall! at the Leg -
:= Legislature shall also apportion the Providing that the Right of Employees and Orange Counties impose no atlve Session In 1945 and from
I I epresentatlon in the RESOLVED BY of time thereafter enact laws
House of Rep to Collectively Bargain Shall I FLORIDA charge by way otherwise specifying "
I resentatives, and shall allow three (3)) Be Preserved.BE OF THE STATE OF : upon the municipalities dis the powers, functions duties and cona- ;
of the Stateof tow.
!I Representatives to each of the five I That the Constitution trlct. or other taxing .1thi ensatlon of County Tax Assessor designated -
Florida be and the same hereby
I .:n:>st populous counties and two (2) sid Counties for their in paragraph 1 of
OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA amended Article XX thereto th Scto
: by adding
.Representatives to each of the next I and collections of 11. and shall likewise
eighteen more populous counties. and That the ,following amendment to the and as amended is agreed to. and makinl. aesment. acreage taxes or other for the extension on the assessment
one: (1) Representative to each of the Constitution of the State of Florida. shall be submitted to the electors of duties Imposed or to be imposed here- oil of the County Tax Assessor of
remaining counties ot the State at Section 12 of the Declaration of Rights the State of Florida for adoption or under. The Legislature of the stat all taxes levied by the State, County
.the time of such apportionment of said Constitution. be and the same rejection at the next general election of Florida may, by law provide for payments County School Boar. School Districts
Should the Legislature fail to appor 1 Is hereby agreed to. and the same shall to be held in the year 1944. to-Wit: to the respective or Special Tax Schol and MUTnlclpalltles.
be; submitted to the qualified electors Count
:tion the representation in the Senate ARTICLE XX Counties In an amount not .
.and In the House ot Representatives, of the State of at Florida the next for ratification Section 1. That on and after mid one per cent of collection made and Section 12. 1. From and after January -
or rejection ensuing
at any regular session ol ( paid by the taxing 1. 1946. The
the Legislature General Election. that Is to that night. December 31st. 1944./ the County each County Tax Collector
at any of the times herein des- Section 12 of the Declaration of say Rights Tax Assessors of the Counties of Dade authority to cover all costs of collec- In the County of Hlllsborough. State or

Jgnated. it shall be the duty ot the of the Constitution of the State of and Orange State of Florida shall tion and assessment Incurred by the Florida. shall collect al taxes levied in

-Legislature or Legislatures succeeding florida. be amended so as to read as each become and be the assessors of respective Counties. County by State. Count
such regular session of the Legislature follows: all property In their respective Section 5. That on and after the County School Boa. School D1strlct.

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 &d
apportion the representation in the ject to be twice put in Jeopardy for date make all assessments of ad Tax Collectors of the Counties of Dade nicipalities.
Senate and In the House ol Representatives the same offense nor compelled In any valorem! and acreage taxes and other and Orange. State of Florida fo 2. The Legislature shall at the Lglslatlve
as herein provided The criminal case to be a ,witness against i taxes that are or may be imposed upon which said Colector have been elect- Session of 1945. and from *
preceding regular Federal or regular himself, nor be deprived of life. liberty real or personal property or their use. ed as of the January 1st, 1945. to time thereafter enact laws speclfy-
-State Census whichever shaH have or property without due process Including by way of a single valuation the duties imposed upon the County lag the pOwers. functions. duties and
: been taken nearest any apportionment of law: nor shall private property betaken all assessments upon property for each Tax Collectors of the Counte of Dade compensation of County Tax Collector _
I of Representatives in the Senate and without Just compensation The municipality, town. district or other and Orange by law Article. ,designated In paragraph 1 of this Scc-

I In the House of Representatives. shall right 'ot persons to work shall not be special taxing district. in Dade and shal be assumed and taken over by 'ton 12. and shall likewise provIde to

: 'sontrol in making such apportlon- denied or abridged on account of membership Orange Counties Such ad valorem respective Clerks of the Circuit collection care custody. reportingand .,
: ment. In the event the Legislature or non-membership in assessments shall be subject to review Court in and for Dade and Orange disbursement of all taxes collected
L shall fall to reappOrtion the represents labor unIon. or labor organization any L' and equalization by the County Boardof Counties. who shall then each take bv the Countv Tax Collector

i .tion In the Legislature as required by provided. that this clause shall not be Equalization of each County which over the books fund and accounts Filed In office Secretary State.
I.: this amendment before its adjournment construed to deny or abridge the sigh! in each County shall consist of the several of the Collector Countv. and June 14. 1943. a
I : (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

I ao called for reapportionment shall not organization or labor union to bargain member appointed from and by each termed as both of the Cir propose amendent. and the CV35. '
.:.; -be' limited to expire at the end of .collectively with their employer" municipality or town in each County cui Court" and "Tax Collector" of thereof shal b
twenty; days or at all. until reap FlIed in office Secretary of State having a population of more than repectiv County for which he subjecte to the same regulation
I portlonment Is effected and shall consider Mav 8. 1943A 3.000 at the last census: said Boardof Clerk provide by law for general elections in
j no business" other than such Equalization shall otherwise be governed ) 6. On and after the exPiration of Florida.

1 reapportlonment. by the general law from time of the terms of the County IN TESTIMONY WRE01.
Should this amendment be ratified JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an to time In force pertaining to the Solicitors of Dade and Orange Counties, I have herunto
in the General Election In 1944 special Amendment to Section 24 of ArticleHI equalization of taxes: provided every for which they shall be each hand and affixed the Great
elections shall be called within ninety of the Constitution of the State municipality in each Countv having a FlorId at the time this Article is (SEAL) Seal of the State of Florida,

. days thereafter for the election of Senr : of Florida Relating to Uniform County population of 3.000 or less may ap.. adoptd. the State Attorneys of Dade at Tallahassee, the Capital,
r I awn in the Thirty-ninth (39th), and Municipal Government and the point an additional member who shall Counties respectively shall this the 3rd dayof July,
: Fortle-h (40th and Forty-first (41st) Classification of Cities and Towns. be or' become a part of the Board of be and become the Prosecuting OffIcer 1944.

I' Senatorial Districts. In such special I BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLATURE Equalization for the purpose of eQualization of all the Criminal Courts of Alt- GRAY

elections the Senators. in the Thirty I OF THE STATE,OF FLORIDA* of taxes as respects any Drop- and ,Orange Counties respectlve-. _, Secretr of State.t .

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parks. Frost urged that the State R. C. HEALY, L. M VREELANDand right of way ..._,.,-..--...15 43 33
:Group Witnesses THOMAS LYNN, Trustees, \% of NE'A, less right ofSE14 Tallahassee. Florida
providfe< landing fields for shippersand who\ are not known to be either _.___-__15 43 33 July 28, 1944
Ramie tourists. dead or alive and If alive MRS. ofNEI/4-less right of NOTICENOTICE
Decorticating of R. C. HEALY MRS L. M VREE- ____.--.. .--.__15 43 33 is
W. B. Haggerty, Tampa president, yof hereby the
At Belle Glade reported on a state NAA organization .their wives, and If dead, the unknown i way and less railroad rightof FUND of the State IMPROVEMENT -
I meeting in Miami and pointed : spouses, heirs, devisees, way _____._.__15 43 33 I Florida offer for sale and will re-ot
grantees, creditors or other par- SE% of SWtf, less right of i ceive competitIve bids In a
30-FNS) I with pride to the steady growth of ties claiming by, through, under way ._...--_.__..._________15 43 33 Florida, 1200 Tallahassee,
BELLE ,Aug. this organization.. or against said named parties, NE% of SEtA, less right of tember 5th 1944. ,r lands inOHNENDAY
> W D. Outman, Washington representative Ic' R. H. 'JOHNSTON, -nho is not way .__?....__?_.._____.._.15 43 33 COUNTY, Florida, described as follows -
of__ the Florida 'Resources II known to be either alive' or dead, NW%. of .SE%, less right of :
t:: motorists and if alive :MRS. R. H JOHNSTON I way _._______ _is 43 33 S% of Section 3.
:Development Committee<<; which is Florida used 25,064- his wife, and if dead, the i SW. % of SE%, less right of N of Section 13,
under Commissioner ,Mayo's office,I 026 gallons of gasoline during July unknown spouse; heirs, devisees way --.._.____-=---._____15 43 33 SV3 of Section 15.
the State collected $1,754,481 grantees creditors or other par- SE%: of SE&, less right of S% of Section 31, Township 46
fled *a,'group of men, to the, Glades I and ties claiming by, through under I way ______15 43 33 South, Range '31 East, containing
"recently to witness decorticating oflaYnie i from its tax of 7c on each, gallon or against said R. H. JOHNSTON; Tract 8A as shown on resub- 1280 acres' more or less. .
farm. I sold.I That is $15,711 more than O. T. RUSSELL and MRS. O. i division plat recorded in THIS NOTICE is published in compliance -
at the prison T. RUSSELL, his wife, Manhattan Plat Book 2, page 68. Hen- with Sections 270.07, 270.08 and
Commissioner Mayo recently gave I I I :was collected during the same Kansas; dry County Records, being 270.09, Florida Statutes 1941.

Instructions .that 400 acres of ramie month a year ago, comptroller J. M. JOHANNA BORRENPOHL. widow In SWU ,of ___._._.. 7 43 34 The TRUSTEES reserve the right to
: of William Borrenpohl, deceased Tract 21 as shown on reject any and all bids.
le .planted at the prison farm.A Lee repotted this week. Hoylcton. Illinois IRENE ional Farms Estate Nat'I'I internal BY ORDER of the Trustees, of. the
"new'method of decorticating wasdemonstrated BORRENPOHL KASTEN and, recorded in Plat I State Improvement' Fund of the
GI GAG MARTIN KASTEN, her husband page 61, Lee County Records i of Florida.
at the farm. Those Hoyleton Illinois, HARRY BOR- and re-subdivision SPESSARD, L. .HOLLAND,
I _
witnessing the demonstration were RENPOHL and MINNE BOR plat recorded in Plat ,Book Attest: Governor.' _
Seabee: "Are ,you free this even RENPOHL, his wife, EMMA BOR 2,' page 68, Hendry Coun- F. C. Elliott
{Japt, Alex Kidd, marine engineer ing, darling?" Shebee: "Not exact- RENPOHL BROCKMEYER and ty Records, __._-. 7' 43 34 Trustees I. I. Secretary Fund.
:and assistant general manager and AUGUST BROCKMEYER, her hus- has been filed against you. Aug. 4, 11, 18 25, Sept. 1. 1944. .
!Jr. R. C. Carswell, chief research !I ly free, but Inexpensive band, THEODOR BORRENPOHLand The suit is pending In' the Circuit .
EDNA BORRENPOHL. his Court of the Twelfth Judicial Circuit .
I ____ _
both of the I
consultant' engineer,
wife, and WILLIE BORREN- of Florida in and for Hendry County Tallahassee Florida
Johns Manville Corporation; Willis j( POHL and ANNA BORRENPOHL, and is styled "Sugarland Drainage July '28, '1944!
division of| IN Tim CIRCUIT COURT OF THE his wife Oakville, Illinois; GUST District, a public quasi corporation NOTICENOTICE
Waldo of the research I ,TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF BORRENPOHL and DALLA BOR under the laws of the State of Florida, -
the WPB, J. M. Dempsey of the I FLORIDA, IN AND FOR HENDRY RENPOHL his wife, MARTHA Plaintiff, v. J. B. Hendry, .et al, De is hereby given that the
'I NO. ioir EDWARD MARQUARD her hus- IT IS ORDERED that you the defendants FUND of the' State of
'of the U. S. Sugar Corporation.The -- band, and WALTER BORREN. in the suit, are required to Florida offer for sale and ,will receive
Johns Manville Corporation I POHL and ELLA BORRENPOHL, file an appearance in such proceedingon competitive bids in Tallahassee, Flor-
SUGARLAND DRAINAGE DISTRICT, a his wife, "Venedy, Illinois : and the 12th day of September, 1914, and ida, at 12 o'clock NOON. September
'is,interested in the fiber for cordage, I public quasi corporation under the CLARA BORRENPOHL TWEN- that Irt default of your appearing, the 5th, 1944, for lands In HENDRY COUN- ,...
lire hose and machine packing and laws of the State of Florida, HEFAL and PAUL TWENHEF- allegations of the bill for foreclosureof TY, Florida.- described follows
,i i I t Plaintiff, AL her husband. Gorham Illinois taxes filed In said cause will be 'V1,2, Section 3: Township 46 ,
4s willing to make a contract for l vs.J as the heirs of William taken as confessed by you; this orderto South, Range 32 East, containing
Yt1t'e delivery of 10,000,000 pounds!, B. HENDRY, et al. Borrenpohl deceased; the heirs, be published once a week for four I 320 acres more or less.
!I Defendants. devisees, grantees, creditors or consecutive weeks in THE CLEWIS- THIS NOTICE is published in compliance -
durIng 1945 to fill orders alreadyon !
with .
TON Sections 270 07. 270.08,
NOTICE TO APPEAR other parties claiming bv, through, NEWS and
hand, officials said. I I I TO: PAUL BROWN LAND COMPANY, under or against William Bor- DONE AND ORDERED at the Clerk's I The TRUSTEES Florida reserve Statutes the 1941.right to
'Commissioner Mayo is planningto ,a. dissolved Florida corporation, renpohl, deceased; Office City of LaBelle. Florida, this to reject any and all bids.
have three other decorticating and the unknown assigns, suc- GEORGE AJZOO, who Is not 5th day of August, 1944.lCLERK'S BY ORDER of the Trustees of the'
cessors in Interest, trustees, or known to be either dead or alive, ( SEAL) I Internal Improvement Fund of the
machines demonstrated at the prison I any other party claiming by, and if alive :MRS. GEORGE WM T. HULL State of Florida.
farm within the present cutting season through, under or against said AZOO, his wife, and if dead, the Clerk of said Circuit Court.. SPESSARD L. HOLLAND,
named dissolved corporation; unknown spouse, heirs devisees, EVANS, MERSHON & SAWYER Governor.
PAUL BROWN 818 Olive Street grantees creditors or other par- Miami, Florida Attest'F.
St Louis Missouri, G. A. RAD- ties claiming by, through, underor Solicitors for Plaintiff C. Elliott, Secretary
FORD, 3234 Weisberg Drive, against the said George Azoo; I Aug. 11, 18, 25, Sept. 1, 1944. Trustees I. I. Fund. i
Jack Frost Speaker At North St. Louis, Missouri, andA. WILLIAM H. WOODWARD and Aug. 4, 11. 18, 25, Sept. 1, 1944.
M. KELLER, 4 Carrswold, St. MRS. WILLIAM H. WOODWARD, --- - - ,
Tampa NAA ChapterTAMPA i Louis, Missouri, as Directors of his wife, '140 Valley Road, Web-
said dissolved corporation, and ster Grove, Missouri; lli11I "
Trustees of the assets thereof; All claimants under any of the II""I"IIIr\ IIIIIIIIIIIII IIII"I"IIIIIIII"11111111, :! (t.II"I"llliilll r IIIIIII"IIIII It1IIIIIIIIIIIII! r lII I"IIIIIII

Aug. 30-FNS) To JOSEPH J. FISCHER, who is above parties and all parties having 7. .
not known to be dead or alive, or claiming any interest in
meet a post-war aviation boom, and If alive, MRS. JOSEPH J. or to the real property herein- V
"Florida should dot herself with FISCHER, his wife and if dead, after described: .1. .1.
landIng the unknown: spouse, heirs, devisees BE ADVISED that a suit for the .t
fields and inexpensive airparks, I grantees, creditors or foreclosure of the lien of Sugarland :: Help Provide More Guns :
.sTack Frost, Washington, Assistant other parties claiming by, through, Drainage District taxes outstanding _
under against said Joseph J. against the following described land ..
I or N. .n K. +Nw.vtyy Av oouJyrr v
; National Aeronautic
manager of the Fischer: situate, lying and being in Hendry v
,Association, told the Tampa. NAA i THOMAS LYNN, R. C. HEALY County, Florida: A'rrC' v
I and L M. VREELAND, Trusteesof S. T. R. Ip'W v
'Chapter. the National Farms Estate, S% of Ntf of NWVi ____..12 43 32 + x
Frost. predicted 550,000 private who are not known to be either SWi/J of NE% south of Nine ... BUY. 5 '7:! -,
dead or alive. and if dead, the un- Mile Canal, 'less right of .v.
tplanes in use by 1955. "We need I known spouses heirs, devisees way _...____.,___._..___.11 43 33 .{.- ,I '
not develop elaborate landing fields grantees, creditors or other par- SEtA of NEU south of Nine : WAR, ,: :s:
"but do need landing fields ties claiming by, through, under. Mile Canal, less right of s
we many or- against said named parties; way _____,..........___.___11 43 33 ; ., v
tie said. "Runways for personal I'' NATIONAL FARMS ESTATEand NE 44 of SEU south of Nine :i_: BONDS .t
aircraft could be constructed cheaply the unknown Trustees thereof Mile Canal, less right of v
________.__11 43 33 .
and all parties claiming by, way v .
and should be on the airparks, through, under or against National N'V4 of SE'4, less right .of ::: from Income X ...
plan." Farms Estate, including all way __._.___- :-_11 43 33 ,
Civil Aeronautics Authority has persons who operate or do busi- SW% of SEJless, Road __11 43 33SEU y v + j
ness or have operated or done of SEi4, less 'Road ....11 43 33 y :: J
.:proposed, building 84 Florida air- business under said name: NEH of NEi. less Road and ':.. OFFICIAL 5r* J .i .'
less right of way _._15 43 33 .:. / PHOTOGRAPH. 1 ._; -.
M. NW% of NEi4, less Road and : ( 'U. S. ARMY wR 9> S
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SEPTEMBER: 1. 1944

Art Lawrence, who has been stationed leader; Jo Ann Crouch, treasurer:; I MRS HALL ENTERTAINS

for almost two years with the Pat Bailey, historian; Jeanne Bartz, 1JR1DGE CLUB WEDNESDAYMrs.

.U. S. Navy in the Hawaiian Islands, secretary.On .
l SOCIE'TYI arrived Saturday to spend a three Wednesday of this week the I I H. R. Hall entertained the-

I' weeks' furlough before returning to girls brought a number of stuffed members of her bridge club at her-

PERSONAL San Francisco where he ,will be animals which they had made for i home Wednesday afternoon.Mrs. .

I stationed in the future. presentation to the nursery of the J. W. Ezelle was the winnerof

Community Church. They also received -' high score prize and received a;

t. I Robert Ohlinger and Lou Place, their Scout pins.HillKenny. cookbook. Mrs. W. H. Lanier won

former instructors at Riddle Field. I I the cut prize, a set of com stickers..
f A salad course was served to: Mrs.
have gone to Miami to join the staffof I
1 Ezelle, Mrs. Lanier, Mrs K. Bow-
Lines. Mrs.
Air Ohlinger -
Sat- Eastern
Mrs. Luther Owens returned I
i I Miss Jo Ann Berka of Okeechobee her home in Auburndale den, Mrs. C. E. Johnson, Mrs. R. M.
with left for
'I is visiting her father, Albert Berka. urday from a month's visit Mrs. Place will remain here for Mr. and Mrs: H. C. Kenny of I Bishop, Mrs. R. C. Wilson, Mrs. D.
Arkansas. and
and -
: relatives in Mississippi
Lake Harbor the mar
G. Alston and Mrs. G. B. Thomas.i .
before her
week or two Joining I
\, :Miss Grace Knight spent the weekend husband.a :I riage of. their daughter Elizabeth

: at her home in Lakeland. Dale, to Pvt. Wm.. P. Hill of Belle I'
, :, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Conkling and Glade on Saturday, August 26, in i RATIONINGCALENDAR

(, 1jh' ;i i Miss Annette-Hoffman- is leaving sons, Frank and Eddie, left Satur- GLENDA SUE ETHERTOX Jacksonville, Rev. A. C. Bender,

I !I i y x next week for St. Petersburg to enter day to spend a vacation at Fort HAS nn BIRTHDAY, PARTY pastor of a church in that city, of- I

school for the coming term. Lauderdale Beach. ficiating.! Her parents were the on-

f" Mrs. Glen E. Etherton entertained 'I ly attendants. PROCESSED FOODS '
Miss Polly Gay Greenberger of at her home last Saturday after Blue A8 througi F& (Book 4)
were !
Mr. and lIr.s11.., L. Pape PvtHill is stationed for the pres-
visitors in Moore Haven Saturday Okeechobee spent the week-end here noon with a party honoring the third ent at Camp Blanding and Mrs. Hill I now valid at 10 points each for use

evening. with her brother, Jerry Greenberger ] birthday of her daughter, Glenda will remain in Jacksonville until he ,with tokens. Good indefinitely. Go,

: and Mrs. Gieenberger.' Sue.A is transferred. She has been work- H5, J5, K5'and L5, each worth 10

;.i p v. Faust.. OPA official of Miami color scheme of pink and green ing for the U. S. Sugar Corporationhere \points, will become valid indefinitelyon

j : was a business visitor here one Gene Rub -and Junior Mills returned was carried out in decorations and for several months. September 1.MEATS.
'Monday from Camp Mitchell
refreshments. Games were played AND FATS
...day .:.......- at Burnsville, N. C., where they have during the afternoon and refresh- DINNER PARTYA Red A8 through D5 (Book 4) I
spent the past two months. ments of iee cream and cake were !
t '" Miss Ruth Conley returned Sat- now valid at 10 points each for use-
'-- served. Color books and chewinggum of girls from the steno-
urday from a two-weeks' vacation group with tokens. Good indefinitely. F5 .
Mrs. C. E. Nail, Mrs. Jack Moor were given as favors. graphic department of the U. S.
spent at Cordele, Ga. and G5 will become valid at 10 i ii
, man and baby son and W. F. Nail I Sugar office : '
Corporation gave a
, Invited guests were Martha Jean !;(points each on September 3. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Reece left returned Saturday from a vacation Nowling, Lovvorn Curry, Gene chicken and spaghetti supper Tues SUGAR I II

Monday for Miami to make their visit at Fort Lauderdale Beach. Thompson, Martha Christine Hare, day night honoring Miss Proc Roebuck i!j ,Sugar stamps No. 30, No. 31 and !

home. Jennings Ezelle, Boyd Vorhees, Jr., who left the following day for I iNo. 32 (Book 4) now geod for five I

I Mrs. F. Carl Long and daughters, 1 Lamar' McLendon, Billy, Judy and her home in North Carolina. pounds each indefinitely. Stamp \

Mrs. W. A. Montgomery and Miss I jo Ann and Edith, left Saturday fora I Mary Catherine Francis, Helen Pre- Those attending were Mrs Thos.E. No 33 becomes valid September 1.
Louise Roath were visitors in West vacation visit at their former home witt, Lynn Vaughn, Nancy and Markette, Miss Louise Roath, SUGAR I I

Palm Beach Saturday. in Pittsburgh, Pa. Cynthia Bolton, Ronnie and Janet Mrs. Neil J. Dwyer, Miss Betty Kay Stamp CANNING No. 40 good for five pounds I

Wylie, Bonnie Fay Durrence, San- French, Miss Evadene Moree, Miss i
28,. \
until February
canning sugar
'...... Mrs. Doyle Worth and Miss Betty Miss Proc Roebuck: left Wednes- dra Lucaa, Lief Johnson, Donnie Renee Wethington, Miss Lela Bran- boards for
to local
1945. Apply
.. Jean Sullivan spent the week-end in day for a visil: of a few days in Okee- Gail Martin, Patricia Cox, Eric and nen and Miss Roebuck.ST. supplemental rations. I

I West Palm Beach with relatives. chobee before returning to her homein Carl Larsen, Jane Lee, Lee Moor-

\ Fan-field, N. C., where she will man, Nola Thomas, Christine, Helen MARTIN'S EPISCOPAL SHOES -
\ 1 and :?Co.. 2;
\ Miss Letha Stacey returned Friday enter college' this fall. and Jane Espenlaub, .Hot Shot Hicks, CHURCH Airplane stamps I

I from. a vacation visit in Lake Joan Etherton: of Moore Haven and (Book 3) valid indefinitely.

City. Miss Flora Lee Humphries left the Mrs. Van Bush, Mrs. Jensen and Services every sunday at 8:30 '. FUEL OIL

I first of the week Jfor a vacation visitin Margaret Ann and Diane Bush of a. m., at Clewiston Community I Period 4 and 5 coupons novalid" '

I Mrs Jack Kinsev and Miss Lillian Tampa and Palatka. She was accompanied Fort Lauderdale. Church., for current season until September 'I

'rf Kenny are spending a vacation inI I by Miss Sylvia Bass of Rev. S. D. Mason, Rector. 30. Period 1 coupons for next year
now valid. (Alabama, Tennessee and.Mississippi .
Orlando with relatives. Okeechobee.Sgt. NEW ARRIVALSThe I "

Frank Brant of Glencoe, Pa., ar- not affected.)

\ Neil J. Dwyer and Jake Van Pat- Lewis Nikey who is stationedat birth of five babies, four girls I rived this week to spend the sum GASOLINEAll
valid in Geor-
:.i( ten left Sunday for, Boston for a a camp in Texas arrived here and one boy, is reported from the mer with his old friend, I. D. Ley- coupons now
1 ., r gia, Florida, the Carolinas and Vir-
brief vacation.Mr. Tuesday for a visit with his wife and Clewiston Hospital'this week as follows dig.
ginia through November 8.
daughter who are residing with her :
valid in Ten-
A-12 now
.. and Mrs. A. W. Lawrencewere parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Phillipe. j. -=- coupons
business visitors in West Palm A daughter Mary Louise, was bornon ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. nessee, :Mississippi and Alabama.
.0. Expire September 21. Renewals beLing ._
Beach Tuesday.Mrs. Miss Marion DeLozier left Fridayfor Wednesday, August 23, to Mr. :t: FOR
and Mrs. J. P. Donnelly. She weighed == :;: made now.
I her home in Connellsville. ,Pa., |i TAXICABSDAY Rationing rules now require that ,
W. N. Martin and children
eight pounds, two ounces and
after spending several months herewith .
: write his license
:: car owner
j are,spending a couple of weeks with i her grandfather, I. D. Leydig, has been named Nancy Louise. AND NITE SERVICE i I every
number and state on all gasoline
1 I\\T relatives in, Stuart_. and her aunts, Mrs Leah Spicer and A =:= PHONE 18 :=;:. coupons in his possession, as soon:
Marion daughter, Cecilia Gertrude, -
Miss Leydig.
.0. o issued him his ration-
I ,. W. N., Martin 'and'.W. S. Bowdon was born Sunday to Mr.\ and Mrs. /N/1:..oJohnson's:..:..:N:NN:NN:NNNNN:..:N:NON:NNHNN:NrW :. as they are by 1
iJ were business visitors in :Miami Mon- James Akins.__, 'She.- ,weighed nine ing s I
Mr. and Mrs. Van Bush and chil- Effective dates 'of new f.o.b. ceiling I

I J. .day., 'dren, Margaret Ann and Diane, Mrs.G. pounds, one ounce. W./rN prices on the 1944 crop of sweet-

--:-- E. Etherton and Glenda Sue and --- potatoes have been advanced lff J
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Owen and Mrs. Oswald Sutton is the motherof I
Mrs. Jensen of Fort Lauderdale, days and on raw horse-radish roots ,
i t Shirley Ann returned Monday from a seven pound, two ounce babygirl Fish CampNear
spent several days this week visit- / from July 17 to September 15v {

\ t a Vacation trip to Brownsville, Tenn. ing Mrs. F., R. Maxwell in Tampa. who was born on Tuesday. Noname ( Hurricane Gate) I Chauncey W. Butler, district. OPA. 1;'
I has yet been given.
Clewiston Fla. \ director, said today.
Mrs. James Roland I ,
Mrs. I. Lee Parker, their son, Lee Boats and Motors-Guide Service
I Monday
Evelyn, of Deerfield spent Mr. and Mrs. Martin Peers are the
will leave Sat- Rates Reasonable Creation of a mosquito eradication:
: and daughter Lucy
here with Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Bailey.
parents of daughter Karen Lu-
a division of the Florida State Cham-
urday to visit relatives in North W. H. Johnson,,Mgr.
.. Carolina and Lee will resume his cille, who weighed seven pounds. ber of Commerce was announced by-
Richard Granere Jr.,
Mr. and Mrs ,
four ounces and arrived Wednes-
President Walter C. Sherman, this
studies at the University of North
friends here
: of Miami were visiting day
Carolina. week. The newly formed committee -

\ "1' Saturday.A. is headed by George W. Simons

Mrs. 'Wallace Greer of Moore Ha- chairman and William I. See of Ft.
W. Sias, who is stationed with I Mr. and Mrs. Neil J. Dwyer, Miss ,
ven is the mother of a six pound Pierce, vice- harimari. First meet-
the U. S. Nay at Miami_ Beach, was Proc Roebuck) Miss Adrian Marsen, : .
baby arrived Civil Engineer and Surveyor: will Beach.
boy who Wednesday.A ing be held at Daytona
j a visitor at his home ,here last Jake Van Patten and F-O Pete Stevens -
Thursday. I spent the week-end in Miami in name hrd not been selected. Specializing In Everglades on September 7th. ,

celebration of the fourth wedding Surveys

j, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Bailey and :' anniversary of the Dwyers. Junior G. 'A's Met Phone GO Clewiston Fla. Only electrical appliances built for

daughters, Laura and Patricia. spent -- ---- safety should be used on the farm.

the week-end with relatives in Mi I Dr and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mr. With Iris Ann WrightThe .
--- ------- -----
, ----
ami. and Mrs. R. M. Bishop, Mr. and Mrs r ,

\ W. C. Owen "and Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Junior Girl's Auxiliary of the< '...1,0'i" ;o. <,
I, Cpl. G. M. Waters, Jr., of Los Stewart are spending the week-end I II Baptist Thurch met Wednesday after-
noon of last week at the home of
: Vegas, Nev., is spending a portion I at Surf Cottages near West Palm I, "
Iris Ann Wright. ,
\ I of ,his furlough with friends here Beach: ; "
' Mrs. W A. Montgomery, G. A. StorePalm
i \ this week. opackage
Counsellor, displayed a colored map
Miss Annette Maples and her mo-
\ Mr. and Mrs. Keith Hartsfield and ther, Mrs. Jewel Maples, who has of the United States showing the "
historic location of the Indian tribes
: been visiting here, for a week, left
Tuesday' Thursday for Bowling Green where now living wholly, or in part in Beach Liquors, Inc.

\ i and Mrs. C. E, Johnson. they will reside until Miss Maples other areas.Margaret.
Himrod gave a talk on
I --- enters Florida State College for Women -
I the life of Tommy Cornell,. a young .' .
\ 'Fred Ford of West Palm Beach in Tallahassoe... Oklahoma Indian'',-who did the workof _", / .... ,:-.:;,;=""" r.1":: ': *.... .... :;:;, .;;::j
i visited his sister,. Mrs. J.- K. Rogers ,
a missionary even though he was
t and Mr. Rogers on Thursday of last ,
{ Mrs. George F. has takena ; !JI
in the Air
serving his country Corps
1 I week. clerical position at the cijy hall when he died. The Scripture pass- I
\ I' l.' -- replacing Mrs. H. P. Hardin who COMPLETE LINE OFWilSKEYS
r11 _
age of 11 TimothY.4518 was found I
\ Mrs. called to Cedar City, Utah i ... .
I Mr. and Keathley Bowden was recently underlined' in his.-:Bible when his, I

\ \ : and sons, Kay and Paul, returned by the serious illness of her personal things were returned to his ....
\ \11-i Wednesday from a visit at Tallahassee father. His death occured shortly ;

i and other points in North after her arrival home and she will wife.The hvmn,, "Precious Name" was ,

,, III Flori a. remain there for several more weeks.HL .
I sung in the Pawnee Language by 'Gin and Wines

i I _m_ __ _ __---------- Peggy Powell, Christine Dunaway, Rum, Brandy, .,

Barbara Moore, Iris Ann Wright and
I __
Elnora Tanner. The Indian version All At East Coast Prices y
i of the 23rd Psalm was given by

l \, Mrs. Montgomery.After \
the program a social hour !I
was enjoyed. ,I! GIN-Fifths ., $2.45
Mrs. M. S.:; Wright served a refreshing -
drink of 'pink lemonade, RON LEO ,RUM-Fifth 2.45 ."
i Just unloaded another car load of nice ,clean Upright cookies and fruit to:, Sue Cornette, .
: i Pianos. These instruments are meditim-si/ed, 50 to 55 inches in Joyce Tanner '
Mary Faye Andrews,
The Case
makes. SPECIAL Beer By .
height, All are well-known Barbara Moore. Mary Edith Sutton.Peggy -
finish on ninny of them can scarcely bo told from new. The actionsare -
first-class and the keys clean and white. Included are several I Powell, Elnora Tanner. Iris .... ,

self-players and we have all the new tunes on player rolls for them. I Ann Wright. Christine' Duuaway, "
i I' These 'pianos can be purchased at a fraction of their original cost. Margaret Himrod, Annette Blanton

i ',:.:" TERMS: IF DESIRED and Mrs Montgomery -, Open Daily 9:00 a. m. to 1:30 ; 4:30,.

.Q '- -......... p. m. '. 4
: -
Girl Scouts' at their
meeting -
I : ......
; BrubaKer Music Co. on Wednesday of last week '
brought: pastry sale posters to be 8:00 .
9:00 m..w
Saturdays a. m. p.
placed about town and elected the r
206 Datura St. West Palm Beach, Fla. following officers Louise Prewitt. I "

I leader; Laurie Rogers, assistant -

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Capital I Answers Urgent uoOR Life UG.S getting$ to te .,.J

such TL bother to me. J

rw ON j : When sJoTvJ] came ZVery -: '

Appeal for Farm Help iWNU S. I 1 I: bid littleJorry .: \

Washington, D. C. Notes of a New Yorker: And my me atr i

U. BRITISH OIL ACCORD The New York papers recently of- went off in .. hurry .

Political Bigwigs, War Workers, Service Folk, Asa This column, it should be noted in fered an article by Gypsy Rose Lee's Bi troubles ennoble., j''
b advance, is likely to be dull. But if mother. The story was about Gypsy .
Pitch In to Aid in Production of you are interested in keeping your New Yorkers are familiar one so ,.,

son or husband out of another war, with the silly quarrel between these It1Ct'! ;

Orchard and Field Crops. s. ',, it should be important two Supposed to have,,started : ) ,.(0
\ when
Gypsy articles
wrote for
The United States and Great Brit- N
ain magazine about her early career in
are just concluding the first
I By BAUKHAGE agreement aimed to remove the which her mater was kidded a lot 0 '

News Analyst and,Commentator. danger of war-an agreement on oil. and unfrocked a little Broad- sWNU
Oil is wayites later heard buzzing about
one of the most ticklish eco-
WNU Service; Union Trust Building ian help either. As elsewhere there nomic subjects in the world. Oil is mother and daughter getting to the Features.- J

Washington, D. C. are the boys' and girls' camps whichrun what makes a nation's battleshipsmove point of name-calling.: '. ;

all summer; there are other Once Gypsy received a telegram oj
the town of bureau-
Washington runs the automobiles, sends .
of desk-soldiers and sailors, vacation camps where grown-ups the from her Mom, which warned that
crats, planes into the air-in fact, spells
stay a week, get dollar and a hah unless the two could 'CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT
what 'to do get together
the place that tells you the difference between a nation, of ,1
and "don't do nothin' itself but a day expenses, and earn 35 centsan strength or a nation which must about a certain matter she-the ,
hour, or at peach-picking as muchor mother"":would "give" the to '
"jes' keeps rollin' along. bow to the whims of others. The
more than $3.50 a day at 10 cents the ;
I know that's what you say I about present oil agreement seeks to set- newspapers
a basket, if they are handy. Some "Look, Mom don't be fool "
tle the battle oil eliminate a replied -
for ; one HELP VI ANTED"
us.But when it comes to volunteeringfor earn $10'a day at that rate but important cause of war.' Gypsy, "don't give it to the

the emergency farm labor pro- they are old hands. papers. Sell it to them." ."
The-last war was scarcely over .
gram-how about your national when Great Britain Persons now engaged in essential .:
capital? Postwar GermanUnderground began maneu-, Now is probably the last time to ,industry will not apply without statement \
vering to corner the oil supplies of ol
is in there Seen recount this instance of the humorous availability from their local
Believe me, Washington the world. British leaders were quite United States Employment Service. ,'.
pitching.I There is nothing new to Europeans frank 'about it.United by-play that went on between ,I

use the figure of speech advisedly about an "underground monument" FDR and Henry Wallace. When Mae .

for the man who rallied' a corpsof which might be defined as a groupof States Protests. West was suing Frank Wallace for WANTED-Auto auto top and seat body cover and man.fender We man need and two .
Finding itself in this the
volunteer farm help which will persons, united by an idea, which position, divorce the papers were full of stories first-class conditions-We men-permanent jobs-ideal JivIng ',.'
United States are Buick and Cadillac
government jumpedinto
probably amount to fifteen thousand headed "Mae West Charges Wallace dealers. Wire '
persists as an opposition to a partic- the battle oil with or write, DAYTONA MOTOR '!f
citizens of the District of Columbiaby ular government with the purpose of for vigor. The Unkind to Her." The President COMPANY Daytona Beach. Fla. \
secretary of state Charles Evans
the time the peach and apple eventually overthrowing that gov- scissored one out and sent it to the
Hughes wrote series of blunt YOUNG MAN WITH DRAFTING EXPE- (
harvest is at its height, is an old ernment. a vice president with a note (in his RIENCE by an old established Fire Pro't
ball-player. Not so old at that for defeat it bare-faced notes to the British, want- own handwriting) reading, "Henry, tection and Industrial Piping Fabricating \.
With the of Germany ing to know barred American and Construction Company Excellent op- "j
Johnny Jones, formerly of the Phila- can be taken for granted that two why they is this the way to treat your women portunity for right person. Address

delphia Athletics, ,farm boy from German movements will begin to since oil Palestine companies from not British Palestine but, ?" P. O. Box 4248 Jacksonville, Fla. ::.J
Coatsville, Pa., and now of the de- J"
burrow perhaps'retiring to "pre
merely mandated to the British by TRUCK MECHANICS ATTENTION :
partment of agriculture extension i' viously prepared positions" in the the Ernie Pyle reported the incidentof Top wages steady employment now and '
League. after the war. C. H. DOUGLAS, Service ,:
service, is practically fresh off the I' language of the communiques of a Meanwhile the British captured Nazi General von Schlie- Mgr., GENERAL TRUCK CO., 183S W. i

diamond. He quit baseball" 1936 retreating army. They are the Junkers barring the U., S. from their, though areas ben, who squawked to Yank com- Beaver St.. Jacksonville Fla. ')

and is now back as near to the calling and the Nazis.At manders about American, photogra- -i
of interest, quietly invaded ours. Men & women upholsterers, skilled, semiskilled :
his he could
of fathers get.
as phers taking his without ask- -
the present writing, for the They turned up with concessions in picture upholsterers desiring steady work -.
Jones' job is dealing with the ing permission And how Gen- good pay. Royal Palm Furniture Factories, ',.:
first time in history military con- Colombia '
not far from the Panama Inc., 1301 X. W. 7th Ave.. Miami Fla. :
farm-help shortage and I interrupted trol of Germany has been wrested Canal. Even in Panama proper, a eral Collins reminded Von Schliebenthat :!

him while he was in batting for a from the hands of the junkergenerals. -. British gold-mining company staked in the United States there is a' WANTED-Man with experience' to lock
free forms for small presses in well established ,
t1rY They did their, best to act out a huge and suspicious claim in press "and we in the army printing plant. Verticals Kluge. C. & P. '\
cannot stop our from KEYS PRINTING CO., Greenville, S. C. I
their ancient "We newspapers
on adage: as a an area where no gold was known to
caste, must always live to fight exist. printing the news and taking pic-
another A lost to them is tures." In Time (or Life) a few edi- SecondCook&Kitchenllelper,colored,want-
day. war
History Begins to Repeat.In ed. Apply Dietician Riverside Hospital,
an incident and considered merely a World War II, history at first tions ago, we read what the photo'grapher 2023 Riverside,Ph.7-7401;Jacksonville,Fla. ;

temporary set-back on the road to began to repeat. The five senators said when Von Schlieben

eventual world-domination. To that who toured the world war fronts barked: "Oh, I am bored with you FOR SALE

end they planned a peace before came back with the story of how American photographers taking my
AIR COMPRESSOR sale with 2 b. p.
picture. The American hocusfocusman
their ranks were too greatly weak- the U.S.A. was rapidly depleting her gasoline engine complete one drive-on
(who understood German) scale twenty-thousand ,pounds capacity
ened their exhausted.But oil
or resources reserves while the British were
.. one concrete block machine complete also
.YS back
> : snapped : "And I'm bored tak-
N K" the Nazis stepped in, wrecked hoarding theirs. They told how the one' four-wheel trailer, good tires.
Jr. ing pictures of captured Nazi gen- H. E. LEECH Live Oak. Florida.
their plans. As a caste they will British were trying to keep us from erals."

probably be completely destroyed, further developing oil resources in FOR SALE-SCRAP. IRON :METAL Used ::t;)

M their estates and therefore' their Arabia; how-the British had a re- Auto Parts Business established 15 years..
This is the newest Russian gag Shears torches, scales, etc.
means of livelihood removed. What finery on the Gulf of Persia, 50 per BOX 32 VALDOSTA. GA.
overheard at the Madison Bar "So
many people do not know is that cent idle, while we shipped oil clear
Ivanovitch died gallantly in the
the German high command had their across the Atlantic to British armiesin midst. of battle," sobbed Katerina LIVESTOCK REMEDY

own private funds, voted by the the Near East. Mikhailovna Mikhailovitch. "You :'
government, which they managed Yes, it looked as if history would USE A-l FOR LIVESTOCK. Good for any
say he uttered my name with his last cut or wound man or beast. Castration, 1
themselves for the benefit of the repeat.On. breath?" sore-headed chickens. Dog Mange Screw 1
Worms. Ask 25c-75c.
your Druggist
army. last April 29, however, representatives "Part of it," replied the returned CROWN PRODUCTS, Douglas, Georgia.
Whether the Nazis have obtainedthis of the British and soldier "
"only part of it.
remains to be seen. But in .I American governments negotiated USED GUNSUSED

any case, you maybe sure the burn-I an informal understandingaimed -
ing patriotism of those junkers who to eliminate the oil battles An ironic fact is that George M. GUNS BOUGHT AND SOLD '
Cohan never could scribble a suc- Expert repairing, plating and bluing. '
Woman marine digs postholes. survive will keep ah underground of the future. It was an ex- cessful ditty about baseball the Kemftx Co., 406 Morgan St., Tampa, PIa. ,
organization alive. cellent
far-sighted agreement.And t'Ji
missing mimeographer because of And then comes the Nazis, with a during the last two weeks in loved so much. Cohan, as all MEN'S SOX
Broadway knew, was a Polo Grounds
his own private manpower shortage. younger but.equally fanatical loyalty Washington, Lord Beaverbrookand
t He had just rolled off several thou- to national socialism. Their underground his associates have been negotiating faithful. Yet the two songs he wrote SEND S3 to NATIONAL OUTLET COMPANY -
sand forms about baseball were never per- BOX 778, CHICAGO i)0) -for one
inviting government offi organizations we knoware with Secretaries Ickes
formed more than a few tired/'times dozen rayon-cotton sox sizes 10-12 only.;
cials, war-workers, simple citizens already prepared. and Hull to make this informaloil First quality delivered you.
even with John McGraw and the
and others in the District, to attend Meanwhile there is"a strong sus- agreement formal and bind- Giants ----
lending themselves to its
his vacation camps which are al- ing. This time, the British have pro-
picion on the part of many personsin motion. Yet Albert Von Tilzer's"Take Shoulder Gun- l
ready rapidly filling. Washington that, a third breeding been far more cooperative and Me Out to the Ball Game" a '

We aren't allowed to tell names of place for totalitarian militarism is far-sighted than in 1919 with is as famous as the game itself, and Or the Cost of One

the higher-ups who volunteer but being cultivated right here in the one possible exception. Von Tilzer saw his first baseball con-
Jones After U. S.-British experts laid BUY WAR BONDS
has helpers who give their Western hemisphere.In test only a short while back, after

Sundays, or longer periods, from the past'weeks I have received their excellent April 29 ground his tune had been played and sung

the White House staff, the offices of several letters and one telephonecall work, Lord Beaverbrook kicked for decades.

cabinet members, senators and over the traces at some things, FOR RELIEF r.
con- protesting ,against the action of "Take Me, etc., was not the first QUICK r.
gressmen. If it weren't an election the state department in breaking relations and he seems to be keeping a baseball song ever written. In 1885a -J: :je
: year he thinks he'd have quite with more watchful eye on the inter-
a Argentina. So far as I ballplayer named Kelly was an idol
.;:, showing of the senators themselves. could tell the persons who communi- ests of the empire than on a up in Boston. A faithful fan scribbleda A Soothing
fair future For instance S A LV E
\: But what he takes most pride in is cated with me were perfectly honest.. peace. ditty tagged "Slide, Kelly, Slide." ANTISEPTICUsed
he has been that Brit-
;t..1.. the service folk. This. includes the They all stressed the known fact insisting The three-word phrase became more by thousands with satisfactory fe-
.:.. ain have, the right to ban the suIts for 40 years-six valuable ingredients. -
girls, the WACs and the WAVES, that the 'chief characteristic of the popular than the song.A .
sale of U. S. oil in England, despite Get Carboil at drug stores or writo
and the Marines and the SPARS, Argentina attitude .is traditionally Spurlock-Neal Co., Nashville, Tenn.
the fact that British Shell
J, as well as the sailors and soldiers "pro-Argentine," nationalists. The song was responsible for finish-
sells in this However
on duty here or convalescing.Tells inference was that the governmentwas country. ing a baseball star's promising ca-
the basic is
agreement truly en-
not anti-North American or pro- reer when it looked as though he Upset Stomach '
It to Marines couraging when it comes to future -
nazi-fascist, and should be let alone. might develop into another Hubbellor
With Good Results peace. Walter Johnson. His Relieved in 5 minutes or double money back
As a matter of fact, aside from name was
When excess stomach acid causes painful.suffocating -
w The other day a tobacco farmer Argentine's own aims there seemsto Provisions of Agreement.It Harry Covaleskie, and he was with gas,sour stomach and heartburn,doctor usuaJlp

over the district line in VirginiaJones' be evidence that the German provides, first: "That petroleum the Phillies.. prescribe egmptomaticrehef-medicines tho fastest-acting medicines l like those Bell-ana(known for
Shall be available in internationaltrade Tablets. No laxative. Bell-ana brings comfort in a
( territory doesn't run more Nazis and perhaps some of the Ger- One season he established himselfby Jiffy or doable I your money back on return ot bottleto
'; than 125 miles from the White man Junkers are transferring their to the nationals of all peace- pitching against the Giants three ua.lIe at all druggists.

House) wanted to clear an acre of wealth to Argentina. loving countries in adequate volume, times in five days (beating them in

't' thick timber needed for firewood There is not the slightest doubt at fair prices and on an equitableand all starts) and taking a pennant WNU-7 34=44

'I takes a lot of smoke to cure the that the Buenos Aires government non-discriminatory basis. right from under their noses. The

tobacco for your smokes. He. has aided and abetted in the spreadof This means that, if the U.S.A. Giants, burned up, found I out later

couldn't hire help locally. Jones nazi-fascist propaganda and is runs out of oil or vice versa, it is that Covaleskie, as a kid, had o

"told it to the Marines" (female) that, at this very moment looking up to Britain to help supply us unless trouped in amateur vaudeville sing-

,, and some 50 answered with action. sympathetically on the activities of for example, one, or the ''other ing "Silver Threads Among the

They cut the timber (trees of about Nazi agents within its borders. The attempts to conquer Ethiopia as Mus- Gold." ....

28 inches), sawed it into eight-foot army has long been indoctrinatedwith solini did, and the world peace-ma- One afternoon the following sum- And. Your Strength and

.y'., lengths, piled it up. Prussian militarism through its chinery countries attempt to cut off mer Covaleskie was hurling againstthe Energy Is Below ParIt

And soldiers and sailors seem glad officers who have been trained in their oil as the League tried to do Giants when from their dug-out may function be caused that by permit.disorder poisonous of kidney -

: to take a week's furlough to go out Germany. to Italy but, because of pressure came the strains of "Silver waste to accumulate. For truly many

and pitch hay, get.in the wheat and Unless the United States takes the from the big companies, could not Threads." The Giants kept this up people when the feel kidneys tired fail weak to and remove miserable excess

.1,: tobacco crops, or turn a hand to lead in applying sanctions in the do.The all during that series, and other Na- acids and other waste matter from the
other ''little agreement also gives "equal tional clubs followed with the blood.
any chore. They say form of a strict embargo on Argen- League You may suffer nagging'backache,
:: they consider it a great relief from tina, we may find ourselves with a opportunity" for "acquisition," "de same ribbing In six weeks, Co rheumatic pains, headaches dizziness

;.- loafing around a hospital or guard- : full-fledged war of aggression on our velopment," 'etc., in areas under con-I valeskie was a nervous wreck getting Sometimes up frequent nights, leg and pains scanty, swelling.urination j..

ing government buildings or doing hands right here in our own hemi- cession. This' eliminates cutthroat The following year saw him fade with smarting and burning Is another ':
other of the rivalry for fields. Each nationis from sign that something Is wrong with
any strictly military sphere.In new completely. the kidneys or bladder.
:-.. : jobs they have. the case of Argentina we to respect the valid concessionsof There should be no doubt that prompt .
..!,)..., Even among ,the groups of girls, I be witnessing not only the growth ofa the other and its citizens. Despite the ODT's warnings treatment Pills.is wiser It Is better than neglect.to rely oa UMloan's a ".:;.I

'.,'. Jones says you'll find enough who powerful military dictatorship but Finally, and very important, "ex- against unnecessary travel, vaca- medicine that has won countrywide ap-
.': can run a tractor or hitch and drive one which will be used to nourish ploration, development, operation of tion travel is up 10 per cent. Apparently proval known.than Coon's on have something been tried favorably and tented -

,/:. '. a team of horses. One group cleared and sustain the very forces whichwe refineries and distribution shall not there are people who won'tdo many years. Are. at all drug storea

five and a half acres, cut the trees, have spent ,our blood and wealthto be hampered by restrictions imposedby anything to help win the war- Get Doan a today.DOAN

sawed them up, burned! the brush. suppress in Europe-an "over. either government or its nation even if it means staying home and

And there is no shortage of civil- ground" underground. als." doing nothing., SPILLS

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e 8j Released by Western Newspaper Union. it. Here's a couple who got mar- her last night?
nn a ried after a'50-year courtship.
Jasper Between,
Two of the nation's' most widely He-I suppose the old fellow was eight dollars. seven and'

heralded civilian heavyweights were too weak to hold out any longer.
Joan-Oh I
field in Chi-- see. A dollar.
display at Wrigley
_u _."uuuuU'u ,_U" '_ ..' w"w._"", ".,..,...,w", >U__>''-<."", on "I've been jeeped," cried the
cago a couple of weeks ago and ,.
i> proved one thing-there is no need pedestrian the' army car hit Indicator ,

for Sgt.,Joe Louis, current custodianof him. Clarkson-That man must live

the world's championship, to go Must Be in a very small, apartment. '

into serious training for the defenseof Jasper-Look at the pretty telephone Harkson-What makes thinkso
'" girl at the next table you
/ his title.
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Jerry-How do know she's telephone
:1 you a '
# The Chicago debacle saw Joe girl? Clarkson-Well, can't you see-

: iff : Baksi, a big, tough, hulk, maul Jasper-l said "Hello" twice, and I how his dog wags its tail up and

his way to a 10-round decisionover got no answer. down instead of sideways?

Lee Savold, Paterson,

5 N. J., heavyweight. The victory

'.4 :4 carried with it recognition of the
fi firt Illinois Athletic commission as I Boys' and Girls'Sqntnter S. UMMERIST.RE55

"duration" heavyweight cham- Clothes
Fy' }, pionship. That means until Louis,

?r 4r tt'S Conn, Pastor and the rest return. ,

+ We had figured Savold to win. Not

,; o $ y a that we were particularly interested,

but after all it was a fight .supposedly p o iH ,
of some consequence in the
\ current heavyweight picture. Inci F 14 r
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\ dentally; that picture is dark, for-
iii When
something you've eaten
bidding and not very interesting to
causes simple diarrhea, take soothing -
see. PEPTO-BISMOL. Recommendedby
'; :< q.. many physicians. It is non-
y4'M.J.y4k: Y uO .b Fighting MachineIt laxative
-->-'' -- -" ;" -* ,non-alkalinepleasant-tact-
>= -
: wasn't so long ago that Savold, ing. Brings gentle relief-helps retard .'
Cool With Salad formation. Tastes and \
I. Keep Shrimp Aspic the loser, looked like a fine fighting gas good
does good. Ask druggist for
(See Recipes Below)
V machine. But the machine appearsto PEPTDBISMOLwhen your stomachis

Keeping Cool be quite well worn out. He had : upset. .

Lynn Chambers' PointSavingMenus two good rounds against Baksi A NORWICH PRODUCT '

There are still warm days ahead

through late summer and early fall,

and plenty of opportunity for keep- Strained Vegetable Soup '
ing cool. Shrimp Salad in Lemon Aspic f N E
Formerly ,it was thought that one Rye Bread-Cream Cheese 2-6 yrs. PERFECT6ROOMIN60LI "

\ should eat extremely lightly !of just Sandwiches BRIEF, comfortable, cool andprettythat's N'fD'
low calorie sal- ,
Oliyes Pickles the sort of sum

!' ads with hardly Peach Crumble mer clothes the youngsters like! 1-

enough nourishment This brother-and-sister play set is ;
for the Recipes Given HOUSEWIVES: .
easy to make and launders like a

body, and cold charm when done in nice cotton Your Waste Kitchen Fats ?
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drinks. Now
we Marinate potatoes in french dress- materials.
the Are 'Needed for'' (
recognize necessity Explosives .
ing one-half hour. Toss together with '
f of Barbara Bell Pattern No. 1991 Is da-
.... enough proteins using remaining ingredients and serve with signed for sizes 2. 3. 4, 5 and 6 years. TURN 'EM IN! *
cold meats, wedges of tomato and Size 3. boys' overalls requires % yard of ,:
I in the diet to keep the body in good cucumber slices. 36-inch material; blouse l\'e yards; girls'
condition, and also know that a cup jumper. 1% yards of 36-inch material;

, of hot soup will be as cooling as the Chicken Salad. blouse. I1a yards., IJAJJGHTENS : ':

coolest. drink.Naturally (Serves 6) <.,.

our proteins may be in 2 cups diced chicken or veal 530 SEWING South CIRCLE Wells St.PATTERN Chicago DEPT. TANNED DAM SKI N .;.:,.
the form of salads for like.them '
we g d&riblotchy "
Y diced celery e LIRhtenatanned
cup Enclose 20 cents in coins for each .km. externally caused thi ..
especially well in the summer. Here 1/2 cup sliced, toasted almonds JOE LOUIS pattern desired. easyqnicketuig way. U,. .
is shrimp in Dr. FRED Palmer1 Skis .
,.; a good one using a Salad dressing Pattern No.....,.......Size....... .R WhltenerT directed.. )
both and nutritious P"t If ootiatUBed,Mon Bacfc.
aspic, cooling : Mix y '
all with enough
,' r ingredients the fourth and .fifth-buthe wasn't Name ....:..;...............:....... t '?' _2Se SendSepoatage.at drairgiata.,Fre.Galenol..S.L,:
Lemon Aspic salad dressing to moisten. 'Serve on the fighter who scored :1 j
same previous Gm.
Serves 6), lettuce and Address ............................. ?S'S DR.Dept FRED:T PALMER Box 264.Atlanta. IJ
watercress. successes in Chicago against .
2 tablespoons gelatine If you are looking for fruity sal- Nate Bolden, Lem Franklin (twice) j

Vi cup cold water ads, there are any. number the fam- and Lou Nova.,
\Vi hot wat.rteaspoon
cups ily will like: Baksi is no graceful gazelle. He
Vz salt 'J
plods ahead with his pointed jaw "
1 tablespoon sugar Fruit Ginger Ale Salad.
stuck and his huge
out belligerently
l/2 cup lemon juice (Serves 6) KILL THE ENEMYwho's r '
1 cup cooked or dinned shrimp hands flopping. But that jaw is fash- '. '

1 cup chopped celery 1 tablespoon gelatine ioned of granite and is imperviousto ..'
V cup cold water or fruit juice blows that would wilt a man of '
other salad
Chicory or greens after ,
Vi cup orange or other juice lesser stamina. your
Sprinkle gelatine cold water.
2 tablespoons sugar Savold was in ,bad shape much of
1 Add hot water, salt, sugar and lemon t
juice. Cool, then add shrimpand 2 tablespoons lemon juice, the time, having been mauled in

celery. Chill in ring mold. Un- 1A teaspoon salt close about the head and kidneys. BLOOD !
Baksi slammed lefts to the body and I
mold on crisp salad greens. Fill 1 cup ginger ale
I whisked short right uppercuts
with: 1 cup fruit ,
Shrimp Salad. : across the chin. From the sixth
Soften gelatine in cold watei. round on the big Pole kept pressing Spray FLIT on all mosquitoes it's an easy
(Serves 6) Place bowl over warm water and way to kill 'em quick. Best of all it wipes out I '
his until, at the finish -
Vi cup cooked or canned shrimp stir until gelatineis i advantage, Anopheles the mosquito that spreads : ;
2 tablespoons french dressing I Lee's nose was bleeding and the malaria. Yes! Flit not only mows down this :!
dissolved. Add
1 cup diced celery left side of his body was the colorof F; I 1 carrier of disease but kills the baby ,I
'sugar, salt and
1 cup lettuce, cut in pieces a boiled lobster. Anopheles, when sprayed on stagnant waters ,'J.:l'
fruit Cool
1 'cup peasMayonnaise and add juice.ginger m\ Even Hymie Wiseman, Savold'smanager where it breeds. Arm yourself with Flit;today! : .
to blend ; think of thing I '
\ 'rt couldn't a '
ale. Chill and :
Marinate 15 minutes kills flies, ants, -
shrimp in when mixture be- to say in defense of his boy. "He .'

french dressing. Combine with re- gins to thicken q :: looked like a preliminary boy. Therecan FLIT moths, bedbugs and.
maining ingredients. that he all
?I I add fruit cut in be no excuse except mosquitoes.
Garnish the didn't or couldn't untrack him- : M nw Oopr.1M4,BtmeataeafpeCkM
small pieces (canned pineapple
lemon aspic with ? I ; self. I swear that on his gym show-
4 pears, apricots, cherries or fresh T E
lemon shrimps.Do quartersand fruit'such as oranges,' apples, grapesor ing he looked" unbeatable. He never

bananas). Two tablespoons of was better. 1

you ever ginger may be added if a high gin- 1
feel that potato Great HeartedHe
ger flavor is desired. Turn into in-
salad has a flat
dividual molds that have been rinsedin had one thing that reminded .1'
taste? That can
cold water. Chill. Unmold on onlookers of the'Savold of yesterday.

,, the easily cubed be remedied potatoes in by french marinating dress- lettuce and serve with mayonnaise.Fruit :, He had the same heart that he did 1

desserts? Here are two witb when he disposed of Bolden, Franklin -
ing to give them an extra flavor.
and and Nova. When the last gong 1
apricots peaches: /
( Potato 1 '
Creamy Salad.
sounded there were many who insisted -
(Serves 6) Peach Crumble.
that he had gone over the
4 cups cold, boiled potatoes, cubed (Serves 6)) crest, and that from now on his

% cup french dressing 8 fresh peaches, sliced fights would continue to grow less ,
1/ teaspoons salt ,
the Lee
A cup water effective. Perhaps pace
1 medium onion minced
i 1 teaspoon lemon juice has always maintained finally
3 hard-cooked
eggs I Scup flour caught up with him, depriving his
s/t cup diced celery_ I ,1 cup brown sugar legs of speed and his fists punch.
3 slices bacon, fried and crumbled
6 sliced radishes i 2 tablespoons butter, Savold made no. excuses. "I was .1

Vi cup mayonnaise or t boiled> dress- I teaspoon. salt ,in shape," he said in his dressingroom STEEL STEEL !

ing 1 Arrange peaches in buttered bak- "but the maritime service LINERS LINERS Amazing, Patented

,; ing dish; sprinkle with water and took some zip out of me. I can't INTERIORCONSTRUCTION fi '

lemon juice., Blend sugar, flour, but- concentrate too much on my ring

ter'and salt together until mixture wars, especially when I'm trainingfor
Lynn Says "
resembles rough cornmeal. Sprin- a bigger battle. W Other heaters may look

Go-Togethers : Some foods kle over peaches. Bake, in a mod- The fight wasn't a howling finan- 1 F I R E like WARM MORNING; sB

served erate oven ((350 degrees) until cial success, luring a $43,355 gross IC others may have similar
together are inspired
com- sounding ...but only
soft and top is which probably means the names ; ;
binations. You'll like: peaches are brown gate; tlW NEI WARMMORNINGhasthcamazing

Roast loin of pork with mint- and bubbly, about 35 minutes. show was promoted at a deficit since a patented, interior

,, ed applesauce, creamed onions, Apricot Dessert. the headliners took 60 per cent of construction features that

brown bread and coconut cake. Fill honeydew melon ring with or- the net. It also proved a bit boringto have resulted in such remarkable
the assembled 16,135 spectators, uihl.Z! heating satisfaction
Curried Chicken with boiled ange sherbet and garnish with apri- '
throughout the Nation!
of them uniformed serv-
rice; corn muffins with fig jelly cots halved and peeled, marinatedin 7,500 being who It'. the only heater of its
: or j jam, or quince honey lettuce icemen and women, were Promoter -
; lemon'juice and cantaloupe balls. kind in the world.
salad; date and .nut pudding with Jack Kearns' guests.To GO TO YOUR DEALER-Ask

cream. Get the most from' your'meat! Get your be truthful, the customers him to show you the WARMMORNING..thecoalheater
Beef casserole meat roasting chart f rom Miss Lynn Cham probably including Kearns' nonpay- MODEL 520
en with'pota- bers by writing to her in care, of Western ing guests, began to-boo the action IHTERtORVIEW that has been tried, tested '
toes, carrots and green beans; apple Newspaper Union 210 South Desplaines about the time of the seventh round U.S.Pat.Noa.22JSE27 andl27. and approved by hundreds of thousands throughout
salad; bread and butter pick- Street, Chicago 6, HL Please send a end.CUD.Fat.No.401088.NaraaUeff. the Nation.
until the bout la U.S.and Can.Pat.Off.
and didn't
les; bread with plum jam; peach stamped self.addressed envelope for your 114 West llth Street
crumble. reply. reached its somewhat ingloriousend. I (W-SO) LOCKE STOVE COMPANY Kansas City 6,MissouriI

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by voters desiring to vote a straight "I'm a long way from home I don't want to, come home and' Small Articles May
NOVEMBER BALLOT party ticket. I here and when I'm alone at I to wear a dog-tag and get per- '
When voters mark the circle at the Dad,' I think of home, not just from ,some agency or bu- i. Be Registered To
top of the column it then becomes house, but our street with the I II to get a job and I don't want'i'
WILL BE THREE unnecessary to furthermark individual I I bungalows, trim lawns, kids : forced to Join a union and pay'! Soldiers Overseas
names appearing in that particular sand-lot ball, the corner drug to some labor leader for the |
column. i I where I used to sit on the high to work. I know some of the} "
i I' ATLANTA, Ga., Aug. 31-Small
FEET IN There will be three columns on and sip cokes or'an ice cream I and regimentation you articles of Intrinsic: value may now .
the ticket. In the first will appear ,, "Visions flood my mind, I I experiencing may be necessary i be sent by _registered mail to servicemen I
the names of all Democratic nominees -i I many things so clearly, little this war but I don't want to "j and women at APO addresses \
'The ballot for the Nov. 7 general national, state and county, including -I I portant things you may think it continued after the war isj J outside the continental United :
election will be "big as a bed eight presidential electors; I lour Bougianvillea In full bloom, because that is the situation'; States, Major Robert H. McCormack,
sheet," said Circuit Clerk William in the second will appear the names ;I patch of broken concrete in condition we are fighting against I Fourth Service: Command assistant ,
T.. Hull as he prepared the copy for of all Republican candidates, elec-I driveway, the big oak In the here' right now. postal officer, announced today. New
the printers. In reality, the ticket tors, U. S. senator, governor, attorney I yard., I hear the thud ,of the i let this infernal system get postal I instructions also require that
will be approximately three feet long, general and sixth district rep ing paper as it strikes the hold at home. Dad' It's bad, registered articles weigh no more
and the special war ballots are expected resentative while the third column Just before daylight, seem to and the trouble is, it sneaks I I than eight ounces and that they be
to be ready for mailing by will be devoted to the ten proposedstate the fragrance of our night on you. You don't realize that specifically requested by the ad-

:Sept. 1. constitutional amendments.Clerk Jasmine. These things seem I you until it is almost" too, late I I I 'dresses. Valuable or important papers '.,. ,'.,. .-1,1I"
The long ballot is the result of a I Hull ordered 150 specialwar most important things in all anything about it. i I" may also be sent overseas by
1941 state law which requires that ballots for the benefit of sol- world to me. 11 registered mail.: II
know that this is Just one letter
the names of' all candidates appear' diers 'registered in Hendry county. "There is nothing like that The registration service Is intended
Joe, but It typifies
one G. I. I
"in perpendicular columns on the who request the privilege of voting. J here and, never will be until a lot of the boys are thinking principally to" cover watches, j
ballot, the candidates of each partyin Judge R. M. Harris said he had on ,I.folks change their system. and I think there Is plenty of eye glasses, fountain pens and other
a separate column." The law also file Wednesday 18 such requests i j don't know and could not : I j items not readily available
i j j for it folksI 'I
thought in for us !
provides for a circle at the top of from service men stationed in all i I stand the peace and freedom : I seas. Requests from addresses are ,
.each column which can be marked parts of the globe. He said ballots i': joy of living that ,blesses I I at home. that I i required to keep the volume of reg- I
know experience free
would be mailed'out in the prescribed -i! "This mess is a fine I by istrations within limits imposed by
r and independence of the in-I
manner as soon as they are received. -f what dictatorship and I j the available
| al is the back bone of the oversea postal person-
can do when they really get I nel. Men ...
I overseas are being asked ..
of life, because of it
I way
s And talk about 'bureaucrats' i to hold their for
here."I I I"I are able to win out against those I requests registered -

.....7.M......-..NN.. ..N:1...N.M......N....W NAM-..-..NNN.. .. M........:. brand they've can't got over hold here.a candle, You to I that are totally regimented. I 1' mailings__ to a minimum.

t Ito what the here people are happier, more pros-
see ,ones .over
I I more progressive, better'edu i Florida's only woman Legislator,
doing to what we call the
Too Late To Classify healthier and live on higher
people.' You cant| do9anything l I I known: in political circles as Mary
I your own, you just take orders }I than any other nation on I[Lou Baker, gave birth last week toa
By RUSSELL KAY I like it. ;i iI. Let's keep it that way. five pound, five ounce_ baby boy.

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3:45 P. 1\[. I I I self-rpspect. You and Mom I
i NIGHT7&9P.M.' Millions of American boys in the always looking ahead to b I J.# E. BEARDSLEY tf--
; SAT. & SUN. OPEN 3 P. M. armed services are doing a lot of:.I things, for yourselves and for *c
thinking. They know the war is be- kids. That sort of thing is
CONTINUOUS 3-5-7-9: P. M.
i ing won on all fronts and they fight here Dad, and I think it's the,. I' Real Estate
f Mid-Night Show harder than ever In eagerness to of years of being pushed i
t have it done with and get HOME. Here folks have been told I .
Their letters, some I have received do and when to do it for so .,
l Sat. Night personally and others to parentsand that they don't know anything I : RUTH R. BEARDSLEYInsurance -

i 11:30 P. M. friends, that I have been privi-I They seem to have forgotten

t Children & Adults ._u r. 40c leged to read, all indicate that they I to think and act for themselves

Soldiers ____u-______. 30c have acquired a new understandingand they marvel at the t
r appreciation of America. and self reliance displayed by !
They are contrasting the rest of boys. I
. ( WEEK BEGINNING SEPT. 3RD the world with their own countryand "1'11 be coming home one of "
c life elsewhere with life in Amer- days, Dad, and I pray to God ,"
1 I I. SUN. .&. MON., SEPT. 3 & 4- ica and all agree that nothing they I'll find my America the same ,"< : Hopkins Building.i' \. ,
i f.RHYlHM-ON-A- RAMPAGE', have found can compare with their of a 'place it was when I left. .: ':.;.;, .' ;;:- -
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y life.I'd mentation and regulation, : Phone 66 or 27R2
f: \6 Ek' like to quote from a letter effect, disturbs me, it '

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