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Title: The Clewiston news
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Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: September 8, 1944
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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TOLUME NUMBER 42 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1944 SUBSCIIIPTIOX-$3.50 PER YEAR
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r;: Clewiston School Opens Waste Legion Paper Drive To For AAA LISTS GROWERS SCHOOL BUDGET IS



Monday Morning At 9:00 Take Place Tuesday AND CHECKS PAID HOLD-UP IN SETTING


; o The American Legion's canvassof IN SUGAR PROGRAM MILLAGE FOR COUNTYThe
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the community for waste paper
. )' Brief Assembly Planned I Another Appeal For will be held next Tuesday and everyone
is 'again urged to get their pa- F. D. Yaun, county agent of board'of county commissionershad
'. For Announcements Red Cross WorkersAn per together and have, it ready when Glades County, who now has supervision fixed September 1st as 'the date
the trucks come around on that day. on which final approval of the bud-
And Introductions of the compliance program of
.: appeal is being made again While the drive, sponsored by the get and setting of, millage for the
i<" this week for workers at the Red Legion lasts for two weeks during the Agricultural Adjustment 'Administration fiscal year 1944-45 would be made,
.,;,-, The --I on nears its Cross Surgical 'Dressing rooms in September, the local(post decided to I this week announcesthe but this could not be accomplishedat
:::.;, end for the schoolchildren. of Clew- the Community Center and at the make just one thorough canvass dur- amounts received by each Ever- the regular monthly meeting Fri-
iston for on, Monday morning at Barracks to complete the still unfinished ing the period and it is hoped thata glades sugar cane grower for the day because the school budget was
; nine o'clock they will meet at the July quota of 'dressings. worthwhile collection can be made. being held up. Therefore, a recess
t' school to begin another term of The opening of school on, Monday' Boy Scouts have ,been asked to year 1943-44. The payments were was taken after the meeting until
: 9 school I. will take away the Junior Red Cross assist in the drive by making a made in July. such time as the chairman would'
,' The faculty for the term is now workers who have done a splendid house to house canvass on Monday These payments are made for' call the body into session.
complete with the exception of 'a I job through the summer and only, afternoon to remind everyone of the compliance' with soil conservation Among more important items to
bandmaster and a librarian and by a handful of adults will remain to collection and to assist, If necessary, measures, with wage scales set by be disposed of was the hiring of a
the middle of next week the year's do' the work unless volunteers come in bundling the paper for collection.As the Department'of Agriculture, man, Bennett Crawford, to act as
work should be well underway. forward at this time. in previous drives it is asked with provisions of proper housingfor general road' and bridge foreman.He .
Principal M. R. Stroud .states that There now remain 3500 4x8 that newspapers be folded and tied employees and other things. will have charge of all road and
,' an assembly will be held in the audit dressings and 2,00 4x4 dressings to tightly with heavy string or wire. The United States Sugar Corporation bridge equipment, labor and super-
.# : Corium at nine o'clock Monday be completed in the July quota and Magazines should also be tied the being the largest grower in the vision of all maintenance and road
morning for the introduction of' no more have as yet been shipped to same way. Cardboard boxes, one of state received $ 39,786.55. The and bridge construction in Hendry
',: .",' teachers and for announcements I the local chapter to date. The the most prized bits of paper salvage, various other payments made to independent -[county, at _a minimum salary of
,. 'concerning registration. There will Southeastern area headquarters has should be flattened 'and tied in growers who raise .but do $150 a month. At the same time it
'; J,,> be only a half-day session that day, urged that'these' be completed as bundles. If bits of paper are contributed not process their own cane were PS was voted, to hire a grader man, M.
A the students being dismissed after soon as posible so that they can be they should be placed In a follows: I N. Taylor, to work county wide, his

1,. registration and enrollment is com- sent to the battlefronts. where they. box, packed as tightly as possible and James M. Couse, $1,565.14. salary to be $150 per month. 1
pleted. Teachers will be requiredto are badly needed.A the box tied to prevent these pieces' John' H. Kurtz, 627281. The minutes of the meeting, a 't!
work, the entire day to plan work large group of volunteers could I blowing away. Ralph E. Kurtz, $8,744.71. record of all business to come before
I finish these dressings in a very short : Paper is now one of the most I
-and to distribute .books. After James E. Frierson, $2,983.92. the board and disposition of same
Monday the day's session will beginat time, not only speeding up the pro critical materials and everyone Is Thomas A. Kurtz, $3,767.35. follows:
8:45. A teacher's meeting hast duction of much-needed bandagesbut urged to cooperate in this drive to John A. Tiedtke, $14,802.88.Theo. Minutes of County Board
; been called by; Mr. Stroud for Sat- also making possible a rest for make it the most successful salvage W. Weeks, $553.05. September 1, 1944
Tirday morning at his office In the those faithful workers who have campaign ever held here.RIDDLEjFlELD James E. Beardsley, $6,576.65 The Board of County Commission

,9 grade building. given so much of their time and Cart H. Berner, $4,561.58. I ers of Hendry County, Florida, convened ,

Mr. Stroud calls attention to the energies.So Ralph M. Bishop, $5,175.53.A. I on Friday, September 1, 1944, I
legal age for children entering the try and make your plans to be ) WILL N. Kennedy, $849.49.Knight as per adjournment on August 1, 1
present at the Red Cross rooms a
'I first,, grade. If entering' under six and Company, Nothing. 1944, for the purpose of the final
they must attain their sixth birth- I few hours next week. CONTINUE TRAININGOF Krumseig and SchlecteI-, : $132.73. adoption of the budget and fixing the i

day before the end of the fourth Ruth S. Wedgworth, 307497.' millage for the fiscal year 1944-45 I
month, or January 11. Birth cer- Mrs C. L. Moran Dies Hooker-Jones Co., $7,659.25.: and also to hold the regular meet-
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tificates will be required of all be- R. A. F. CADETSMIAMI Harley Watson, 804056. ing.. Members of the board present:
ginning pupils. i Thursday Night After Chairman J. O. Davidson. George L.

Last year there were 360, pupils Several Weeks IllnessI I Mrs. W. D'. King Died Poole, A. J. Evers and Asa Townsend -
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I enrolled the first day of the term Sept. 7-John G. Mc- I together with H. A. Rider, attorney -
y and the total enrollment for the I --- \ Kay, newly-named president of Em- Monday In HospitalAt and William, T. Hull, clerk i
"- year was 493. The average daily I Jay W. Moran, executive vice- bry-Riddle Co.,. said this, week that Motion by -Townsend seconded by :
enrollment was 390 and the active president of the United States Sugar all indications point}; to the continuation West Palm Beach I Evers that Mrs::' Ola' Randall be paid !

roll when school closed was 385. It i Corporation was called to Milledge-I" of training RAF;. .cadets at $1.00 per day ,for the care of George

,is expected that tl&e -opening enrollment I ville, Ga., last .nighty the Riddle-McKay_ A@ro .College 'for ,: The community was saddened Wjlljs.! Motion carried Motion by
'' will be as large. or'larger, than'1' hfs"'mother, 'Mrs.'C.: L I Moran 'l, which ,some time. '" ;*.y.r'' I'Monday to learn of 'the death of Townsend seconded by Evers that .

the enrollment'at the 'close of last occured ,there at seven, o'clock! Thurs- "Riddle Field will continue os Mrs. W. Dean King. 38, which oc i Stafford Luckey be taken off the I
x term. 1 day evening.. Mr. Moran left at long as the British Government desires cured that* morning in Good Sa- pauper list. ,Motion carried. Mo-
The high school faculty! consists i i I once for West Palm Beach' and took the training of pilots at Clew- maritan Hospital in West Palm tion by Evers seconded by Poole that
of: M. R., Stroud, principal; M. H'I.:a plane from there early this morning iston, and this government has indicated Beach, following an illness of several the application of the Palm Beach
Sharpe, vocational agriculture; to us that the school will ,weeks duration. Liquors, Ins., to transfer the liquor
e Bernard Myers, ,English and Social j I Mrs. Moran had been seriouslyill continue for some time," McKay 1\ rs'. King had. been in poor health license from the Seminole Package
1r Studies in Senior High; Miss Pauline for several weeks and her death said. for several years. She was confined Store to the Palm Beach Liquors,
; Hull, Home Economics; Mrs. was not entirely unexpected. She McKay, who has just returned to her home the first of the 'sum- Inc., located at Clewiston, and the
Charles ,Atwill, Commercial Sub- I has visited several times in Clewis- from a two weeks' tour of military mer under the care of a nurse but application to sell intoxicating liq-
, jects; Mrs. C. E. Bjornson, Mathe- ton and has made a host of friends and civilian aviation installations failed to respond to treatment and ,uor by Julius L. Little at the Cozy
matics and languages; Mrs. Mary I here who will be grieved' to learn of throughout the nation, said that he was taken, a few weeks ago, to West Corner located in Harlem both be 1
Baker, Junior High English and Social her death. had learned in Washington that the Palm Beach. Her condition became approved. Motion carried. Motionby
Studies; Mrs; Agnes Thomas, Funeral services will be held Sunday Army Air Forces are at this time I steadily worse and had been criticalfor Townsend seconded by Poole call-

Junior High .Mathematics. and Social I'I afternoon at five o'clock at the making a study regarding the con- a week or more before her death., ed and carried that a plan be'and is
Studies. : First Baptist Church of Milledge- tinuation of contract flying schools. Mrs. King, as Miss Vernita Adams I hereby I adopted whereby Hendry
- In the grades the teachers and I I i ville.] The Joseph Moore Funeral ."We feel assured that if the study came to Clewiston as a nurse about I I County will employ a General Road
' their probable grades I Home that has results in continuation Carlstrom and Bridge Foreman who will have
t are: Mrs. ''I of city charge of ar- 1928 and a few years later marriedMr. ,
o Harold Magill, sixth; Mrs. Helen rangements. I Field in Arcadia will be chosen be- King. She was. a member of the' charge of all road and bridge equip-
Ziler, fifth; Miss Alice Kerr, fourth; I I'I Seven children are known to cause of its outstanding record. It Catholic Church and was very active ment, labor and supervision of all
_' Mrs. Dorothy Walker, third; Mrs. vive, three daughters and four is well known that it has the best in affairs of her church and its maintenance and construction in
"' Lillian Kerr, second and third grade I(I sons. The daughters are Mrs. ., safety record of any training school : Altar Society. She had been a mem- Hendry County whose minimum
;'' overflow; Mrs. M. H. Sharpe, second II I''I Carmichael of Augusta, Ga., Miss i in the country, with more than 60 ber of the Garden Club for many salary shall be $150.00 per month.
and Miss Mildred Aubrey, first. j Florence 'Moran of Milledgeville and million man miles flown without years and for the past several years Motion by Evers seconded by Poole
Miss Catherine Moran of Boca Raton a fatality in some three years," he I. has served as chairman of the library that Mr. Bennett Crawford be em-
Football Team I II Fla. The sons are Jay W. Mo- pointed out."EmbryRiddle's. committee of that club. She ployed in the above capacity. Mo-
ran of Clewiston, Allan D. Moranof record at all of tion carried. Motion by Townsend
was also librarian and it was largely -
:1.w. r I Returns Wednesday Moore Haven, W. W. Moran of its fields, including' Riddle Field r.t through her work that it has (Continued on Page 10)
the Army Air Corps stationed at Clewiston, Carlstrom and Dorr I
From Camp Wingmann grown to its present proportiona.
rt Laredo, Tex., and Edgar Moran of Fields in Arcadia and EmbryRiddle Her Interesting book reviews appeared New Church Plans
New York Field in Union City, Tenn., is
City. 1
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The Clewiston Tigers returned regularly: in the i i News until On Display Sunday .
outstanding for the number of RAF :
:; Wednesday afternoon from Camp : her last illness forced her to discontinue -
and American cadets trained without .
"S };; '' Wingmann near Avon Park where Troy Puryear Dies writing them. ..
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failure.
a The first draft of the plans forthe
Funeral services were held Wednesday -
they attended the first football
summer i '
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''Sunday In Georgia Postwar plans which McKay new Community Church build-
morning at St. Ann's ,
T: camp in the history ot the at 9:00: :. 1
s: school for a ten-day period. I __ brought back with him include rep- II Catholic Church in West Palm Beach ing will be on display for the inspection ;,
;> (Continued on Page 6) of the
Sunday
,: The boys, while at Camp Wing-:I Troy Puryear, a resident of Clew- and were attended by 'many Clewis- congregation
mann, followed a very careful routine -: iston several years ago and a brother ton friends. The body was preparedfor morning following the services.
of work rest and diet !I Downs Bowdens Leave For shipment by the Ferguson Fu On Friday, September 15, there
II and they er of Mrs. C. 1.. died sud-
1 returned to Clewiston in splendid 'I denly last Sunday at his home in Monticello To Take neral Home to her former home in will be a covered dish supper at the '
church after which there will be a .;:
Dale, Ind., for burial. Mr. King and
condition to begin the fall season. Dalton, Ga., of a heart attack. He "
Coach Bernard Myers states that was about forty years of age. Over NewspaperMr. her sister, Mrs. Delmar Harris, accompanied meeting of the congregation to discuss -
they have responded well to this I Mr. Puryear worked for several the body to Indiana. the plans, to:ask'questions and

summer training and should make a years at the old Clewiston Inn as a : and Mrs. ,Keathley Bowden, Surviving relatives include her to offer suggestions. The archi-
'I tect, B. D. Keck Stuart, will be
very good showing In their, first year clerk while his sister was the manager and sons, Kay and Paul, left last husband; two sisters, ''Mrs. Delmar of
of eleven-man football.An and will be well and favorably Sunday for Monticello where they Harris of Dale, Ind., and Mrs. B. L. present at the meeting to explain
average weight gain was noted remembered by many Clewiston resi- have purchased the Monticello News McEwen of Plant City; two brothers construction, details, to answer
... i of almost six pounds per boy dents. For several years he is said which they will operate in the fu Howard Adams, San Diego, questions and to hear suggestions.
\I, while at the summer camp. Richard to have been engaged in business ?t I Cal., and Corp. Thomas K. Adams This meeting is considered a most '". ;
Pape made the greatest gain of Dalton with his brother, Fred Pur- ture.Mr.. Bowden, since 1929 has of the U. S. Army, important one and everyone inter- :" I I
ested is urged to make their plans :,
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nine and a half pounds and Marty year. operated papers In the Everglades: '.
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/ Waldron was close behind with nine In addition to Mrs. Downs and at Moore Haven first and later the Baptist Minister To to attend. )

pounds. Bruce Beardsley was the his brother Fred, he is survived by Clewiston News, the ,Hendry Coun- }
only one who lost, a one-pound loss.\ another sister, Mis. Aline Suddeth ty News at LaBelle ,and for: a per- Preach Anniversary Kiwanians Have. '. _,! < i
Bruce Beardsley, Richard Pape: of Sarasota. iod of several years the Everglades: I
:Melvin Torbert and Mar y Waldrdn Funeral services were held in News at Canal Point and the Belle Sermon On Sunday Vacation ProgramThe 'i

: served as group leaders at the I Dalton. on Tuesday of this week. Glade News. He sold the last threeof I
4 t camp. Dean Holland, David Thomas -I these papers the first of January Rev. H. Meador will complete his regular Wednesday night ;;;
r Berl Ingraham, Lewis Blount, I NEW SHOP FOREMAN of this year. During this entire I fourth ;year as pastor of the Clewis- meeting of the KIwanis Club featured -'\ '
:: ;' Horace Brown, Gilbert McLeod, time Irs. Bowden has been actively ton Baptist Church on, the coming talks on their vacations by; :
,'. Johnny Sullivan, Curtis Pullen, Junior L. T. Taylor, who has been work- associated with him 'in operatingthe Sunday and has chosen 'for his an three members of the club. ': 1:
i Wilcox, Buddy Poole, Jackie ing for three years in .a civilian capacity papers. ." niversary sermon subject. "Some W. C. Owen gave a resume of his ,, i
..:t::; edish, Charles Miner, Raymond with the Army in the Fourth The Bowdens moved to Clewiston Essentials for a.Great Church.." trip to Tennessee, Bernard Myers I
,.' '.' Trice; Russ Owens Clarence Stiles, Corps Area, arrived in Clewiston in 1934 and have resided here ever Rev Meador has: been very suc- outlined the activities and routine "
S, "S and Charles Benbow, team manager this week to assume his duties 'as since. They have made themselvesa cessful In his work here. During of the football camp at Avon Park I" t
,f. S were the others attending. new shop foreman for the Hendry part of the community and will be this ,four-year period the church and E. M. Cornette spoke on his trip .'.:f
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The first game will be on September County Motors He was, for several greatly missed by their many friends building has been completed and to Kentucky.Bill "I
22 with Auburndale at that t;'I years, employed here by the United here who will, however, wish them I I some 200 members have joined the Walker' of West Palm Beach
place. States Sugar Corporatlpn. every success in their new venture. Church, was a guest of the club. I I\


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Creation of U. S. BureausVarious LbNItT1JWashington iwNU SerZel Aunt Martha-Have Neck and Neck you kept. up

D. C. with your studies? I
Jasper Yes, but I haven't
JAPANESE BLOW-UP? While Walter Winchell Is Away,
Interests Favor Special Agencies for r. Don't be surprised if there is a This Month, His Column Will Be passed them.

blowup brewing in Japan not un- Conducted by Guest Columnists. Said the Boss-She's a good secretary -

Own Problems; Patronage: Plums Sought Q like that which nearly bumped off alright, but she's' clock'

.' Mr. Hitler recently. This columnistnas Nightlife Murders Baseball eyed.
By Political, Parties. reason to believe that'things are
seething inside Japan right now and Says Babe Ruth Another Thought .

that the die is cast against the By the Home-Run King Himself Mrs.. Smith-Your husband teas certainly -4.

II By BAUKHAGE I Fascist military clique at the top. Propped up on a cot in a hospital that brave to crawl under' the bed to
It was of young Fascist for several weeks recently, follow- fight burglar.
.' News Analyst and Commentator. groups Mrs.' Jones-Yes, but when he crawled
officers who shot Tokyo's leading ing an operation for the removal ofa under ,the bed he thought the burglar

WNU Service, Union Trust Building Bingham, was the technical revo- moderates back in the days whenit cartilage from my right knee, I was down in the kitchen!
Washington C., lution, another name for the indus- was not yet definitely decided spent a lot of time considering the -1

The much-mooted question of trial revolution which has made that Japan should conquer Asia. future, of baseball. ---
mass production and all the won- Now the moderates are able to say Let's start with that nocturnal
states rights as against the over- ARE YOU OVERWORKED
centralization of government in ,ders of the machine age possible. "I told you ,so," and are beginningto nuisance, night baseball. It's mur-

Washington-which is lumped neatly Billion-dollar corporations requiredsome get the upper hand. dering the sport with the help of the TIRED RUNDOWr
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into the word "bureaucracy" government control; various The Emperor probably will not bea cradle-robbing magnates, who are

is due for one a thorough airing in the industries, notably those producingand victim of the revolutionary tur-. killing the source 'and substance of Are you working too hard for your
political campaign.The using the automobile and the moil, for two reasons: (1) He is a the game by neglect of the kids, age? Then VITA-BERLES may bee
coming airplane called for highway and sky- moderate did without whom it cannot exist. pep tonic you need. VITA-
himself as
never go
BERLES contain
recent debate in the senate a special combina-
reconversion especially in the way encouragement, regulation and far as the cut-throat'young Fascists, Night baseball is strictly a busi- tion of Iron, Iodine, Calcium and high
over federal guidance. The- huge department of was kept more or less a palace ness proposition. offshoot of war potency (1500 USP units per day)
contest over whether the commerce, with its many activities prisoner by them (2) he is better conditions.One vitamin' B-l. For men and women
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government should administer the over 40, deficient in these vital elements -
aid business becamea
payments during the conducted to guarded than any other man in the or two games a week to give VITA-BERLES may be the
unemployment from production to separate entity ',in 1903 and has world. High walls, moats, trained, the defense workers 'a break is O.K. secret to building up pep, punch and
change-over war grown steadily ,since. trusted bodyguards surround him. But now both major leagues are vitality for a happier, healthier romantic -
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civilian production, is a good ex- life. Liberal in
ample. And right here we might assert Not even his personal tailor is per- planning four and five a week. That box. Demand VITA-BERLES supply atyour 1.00

There will be much sound and that the common man, and, if you mitted to touch him. will spell the end of' the sport. druggist or send $1.00 direct.

fury, much thundering in the index will, the less common man, worker; Unrest inside Japan has not The magnates won't give up the 2175 VITA-BERLES Station H SALES CO.

on' this subject. Little, will be foundto farmer, artisan, executive or entre- had time to be communicatedto regular ,week-end gravy of Saturdayand Cleveland, Ohio.

have been accomplished when the preneur, although he joins merrilyin Jap troops at the front, nor Sunday daylight games. That FLIWITEN

dust settles. For in this question we the chorus denouncing the is it likely to affect outside war will mean a layoff Monday and four

behold an interesting paradox. New bureaucrats in general, doesn't want areas much. The Jap soldier night contests.To '

Dealers as well as Republicans, left- the particular bureaucrat who is away from home can be countedon the players, this will be a dras- TANNEQ ,." '. :

wingers as well as right-wingers, deplore ready to help his particular inter- to fight to the very end, be- tic and unhealthy way of life. Eye DARK IIt ,

the growing centralization of est, disturbed. If he does not cause he cannot come home unless trouble will develop. Right now Dr.Whltonerhghtcns FRED Palmer's and brighten Skin* h; N :

in the federal government as actually demand the services of he is victorious. The code of night games are compelling some rough,blotch, tanned-dark eti, n
power .
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a threat to democracy. And yet, all such a bureaucrat, he may create a Bushido does not permit it. players who never had to use glassesto If externally not satisfied caused MONEY) Use 7 BACK days

of them, when they sit down to look situation which ,his competitor, or The big thing to watch, when wear 'em. Babe Dahlgren is an roe Send nt Se drop postags etorei. to FREE GALENOL.'Y Samp! ;

at the facts, admit privately that those who may become his victim, and if things inside Japan reach example. Dept U.Box 2ol. Atlanta.Georeis

there is little or no chance of check- insist must be controlled by the gov the boiling point, is the Jap fleet. Irregular meals and sleep is an- DR. FRED SKIN PALMER'S'

ing this trend. ernment.Of Its officers will be faced with other disadvantage. An athlete can't WHITENER

The which the course, Mr. Bingham's answerto the alternative, under the code, get along without regular sleep and
very groups oppose
all this is that a growing ex- of all committing suicide or that will '
be impossible under
day
tendency toward the creation of a To aid in preventing heat
more federal machinery and denounce pansion of ,governmental powers is : sailing into the .enemy, no mat- 'and, night schedule of games. rash us well as to relieve rftII'
the bureaucrats the loudest, all right, so long as it is selfgovernment. ter what the odds against them, E EAT andsoothepricUyheatandheatrash
insistent that enough of the Without debating that ques-' and fighting it out. Danger of Catching ColdsIn irritated skin
are tion let's see exactly how badly the Night Games THE use Mexsana, the soothing -
bureaucrats who handle their
spe- ,-medicated
powder.
cial interests be spared wheneverthe bureaucrat is really hated. HOOVER'S CHILDREN Imagine what' will happen to the Contains ingredients often

axe threatens to fall. But you will find that there are ,Bachelor J. Edgar Hoover, who veterans, pitchers in particular. A H F Al J used by specialists to relieve -
bureaucrats and bureaucrats.You has jailed more desperate criminals pitcher perspires profusely during a : these discomforts.
It is upon this little inconsistencythat Costs little. Get Mexsana.r .
President Roosevelt always will find no complaint about than any man history, has a se- game. In the daytime, usually with

hangs his rebuttal whenever Sena- the civil servant who carries out the cret weakness which not many the sun shining, there is less dangerof
decrees of the people's duly elected people know, about. He likes chil- catching cold.I .
tor Byrd and other critics of his lavish -
call for representatives, provided those decrees dren. On many an afternoon you know what I am talking about. I : .
spending
government a .JlOXSTOMACH
reduction of the government pay- have been ,sponsored, not to will find a group of. boys going caught one of-the-worst colds of my \UflC
,
say lobbied, through: congress at through FBI headquarters, getting' career in.a.. -night -game, merely
roll.Of points on crime detection. If he 'is coach 'when 1' '
course, the war badly dis- said complainant's, request.Let acting as a was 'with
not too busy Hoover himself will '
,
Wh-at'it
is
Brooklyn. doing to those
consider the state
turbed the traditional democratic institution us following
take time to say hello. two-inning pitchers can well be im :
of checks and balances and ment concerning one bureau, pre-
Hoover has spent much time .
lifted private enterprise right out by sumably administered, if I read my agined.As .
studying children, feels that a for the fans. It's mistake
the hair and sat down in its place Webster aright, by bureaucrats: a to /3 7 .
healthy younger generation is the think the of the p
men family are
go-
with the brutal indifference which is "
"Federal aid in and
building
best insurance against crime, once ing to attend four
night games regu- i .
associated with Mars. The federal
maintaining highways, as carriedout even wrote a magazine article, "II larly each week. Mothers, wives and -is-
government today finds itself doing under Republican administra- "
I Had a Son.
girl friends will that!
soon stop
business on a scale larger than all tions and since continued, is a sound War work and hasty lunch-box
Here is some of the advice he Much publicity already has 'been '
meals sometimes result in digestive
upset
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peacetime enterprise put together.
and harmonious
comparatively pro. : "If I had a son I'd probablybe
gave given to the fact that.night baseball systems. PEPTO-BISMOL
Some of these activities bound "
are .
,gram. frightened. I've never feared will take the game away from,young- helps to relieve stomach distress and
to stick when normal times
finally
GOP Has Some Kind criminals, but if I were a husbandand sters. Kids are the backbone of discomfort- and to retard simple
return but the trend toward
father I might be afraid. So the game. Smart baseball officials diarrhea. Tastes good and does good. {1
bureaucracy started even before Words for Bureaus When
stomach is
your upsetaskyour
much would
depend on me. have done everything possible in the
:i ."Federal responsibility (regard- "If I had I'd do druggist for PEPTOBISMOL.A .
that.According a son, one thing. past to promote the interest of these
? to Alfred Bingham who ing agriculture) should be directedto I'd tell him the truth. I'd never let future audiences by admitting them NORWICH PRODUCT
Y has written book
a called "The such economic stabilization him in lie. And in
catch me a return free to week-day, daylight games.
Practice of Idealism, which you through disposition of surpluses, as- I'd insist that he tell the truth. i
Boys, as prospective big leag-
ought to read* whether you can agree surance of fair market prices. ." When children go astray it isn't the
with it or not, the trend toward Who says this? The 26 Republican fault of the children but of their uers shake, are from not getting a square 'TO CHECK Ii IA
organized baseball.
bureaucracy is due largely to two governors assembled in St. Louis parents. A spoiled boy grows
The clubs show
inter-
major no
: of five revolutions
which he says early this month to back Mr. into a spoiled man. I'd try to est in a boy until he's 16 and \ .ft4IN 1DA'IS

are going on now. Dewey's presidential campaign. be a pal to my boy. I'd encour- can get working papers. Then,

Bingham says that "revolution They represented, we opine, both age him to join the Boy Scouts and if he's got the stuff, they send htasteLiquid

sults from the pent-up pressure of the "common man" and likewise, boys' clubs, but before he joinedI'd him out to a Class D league

i. delayed social change." He believes the "uncommon man." make it a point of getting where they squeeze what they for Malarial Symptoms. i

JJthat, like water-power, it'can' And if you want further supportfor acquainted with the leader of the can' out of him as a hired hand.

f "either sweep in a destructive flood Mr. Bingham's thesis that the 'troop. I'd have my son go to
over peaceful cities and farms," or leaders in the world of technology, church. What's more, I'd go with Softball and Baseball S"to relieve distress MONTHLY

.5 it can be controlled and turned to the men who own the machines and him. But above everythingelse Just Don't Mix female WeaknessAlso

beneficial use. supervise their operation, like some I'd try to understand my son. There seems to be a growing apa-

Revolt of Common Man' of the bureaucrats, note the state- For if"I didn't I'd be a failure as thy toward baseball. The village, ( Fine Stomachic Tonic)

Encourages BureaucracyThe ment from authentic sources that a dad. S town and former hot neighborhoodteams Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com-
after the war industry is going to and rivalries are fading. This pound Is famous to relieve periodic
first of the revolutions he the of STALIN-CHURCHILL pain and accompanying nervous
perpetuation
encourage some cannot be attributed the because
and war, weak, tired-out reelings-when due
names, one of those which
of the functions of the OPA and the CORDIALITYThose the boys who made those to functional monthly disturbances
S has encouraged bureaucracy and increased who have watched the up' Taken Com-
WPB because it is thought they can'' dip- teams were usually under draft regularly-Plnkham's
t the demands on the fed- lomatic wheels round from the age.I pound helps build up resistance
help stabilize industry.On go
hate Softball, though I approve against such annoying symptoms
eral government's manpower, is the the other side of the medal, close-up inside, report that Stalin any game that gets kids out in the PInkham's Compound Is made
t "revolt of the common Of especially for women-it helps nature '
man. and Churchill are now getting
to
again just nice bal-
preserve a sun, but softball has ruined many a and that's the kind of medicineto
r course, that revolt has been going ance, what about the GI Bill of along famously.This potential big leaguer. You cannot buy I Follow label directions.
: on lustily with the start it got at the Rights? That law puts into the is important because it was
play softball and excel at baseball. LYDiA E. PINKHAM'S g S
r barricades in ,Paris and the events hands of the federal governmentthe not the case at Teheran, where Progress is also pushing baseball

which occurred Between Lexingtonand administration of the greatest Roosevelt and Stalin did the getting aside. Bit, by bit, we see the growthof
Yorktown, but the depression of along and Churchill didn't. That was
welfare program ever framed. I cities and towns wipe out sand- WNU-7 35-44
f i: 1929 moved it ahead quite a peg in take it that high, low and middleare when the present Second Front in lots and semi-pro ballparks. Evenin

this country, to say nothing of what willing to pay for the bureau- France was the topic of consider- small villages you will discover
'
"'
happened after World War I all over this able argument and when Churchill, <' < :; : r !'*
crats to run program out of cornfields that once were baseball
the world, including the birth of bidding farewell to Stalin said: KidneysfMustFor
the federal treasury. It was passed diamonds. No efforts are made to
I: communism, fascism, and all their unanimously by congress.So "Well, goodbye, Marshal. I'll see save the diamonds.
freak ofT-shoots. "
it goes. you in Berlin. Where are the kids going to turn A
r Bingham says it was the call of We can boil down the debate in "Yes," replied Stalin; "I in a tank'' to for aid? You To Feel Well

the common man for social and eco congress over unemployment insurance and you in a Pullman car." The kids themselves tossed the an- 24 hours every day 7 day. every

nomic security which was one of the and the effort to put the ad- Churchill's friends point out that swer to me at one of my recent Sat- week, never stopping, the kidneys filter
two chief causes of the at Teheran he was in the early waste matter! from the blood. '
of
growing cen- ministration the payments into urday morning radio broadcasts on If more people were aware of how the
tralization of government. He citesas the hands of the states, into a much stages of a very severe illness and the A. G. Spalding program. Devisea kidneys must constantly remove surplus -

two examples, the labor group more immediate and practical ques- definitely not himself. plan whereby the big leagues would matter fluid that, excess cannot acids stay and in other the waste blood

which demanded that their interestsbe tion than the broad principle of Since then, Churchill seems to sponsor baseball schools throughoutthe without injury to health there would

looked after, and the farmers. states rights, centralization of gov- have got over any complexes regarding country, using retired star play- be whole better system understanding is upset when of kidneys why the fall

(The labor department, which had ernment or the growth of bureauc- Stalin, and Stalin takes a ers as instructors. to function properly.

been a part of the department of racy. It is a simple matter here of like position toward Churchill. Boys start playing the game at Burning sometimes,scanty warns or too that frequent something urination -

commerce since 1903, was created whether the administration (any There has been complete teamwork eight years and, until they become Is wrong. You may suffer nagging backache -

,, a separate unit in 1913.) Binghamsays administration) handing out the ben- between the two for some time. 16, get little or bad schooling in the pains,, getting headaches up at dizziness nights, swelling.rheumatic
that the vast organization un- efits directly, sets up the office Both British and American diplo- sport. So they acquire unbreakable Why not try Doan't PiUs You wfll ,
be medicine recommended the
der the department of agriculture holders who do the handing, out, mats also pay tribute to the cooperation habits in batting, throwing, sliding country using over.a Doan't stimulate the function

was the result of the insistence by or whether the state governmentsstate of the Russians in recent and fielding unless they are natural- flush of out the poisonous kidneys and waste help from them the to

farmers that agriculture be recog- ( political machines) assume months on most subjects, even born players like the Otts, Cobbs. blood. They contain nothing harmful.
nized and assisted. including Poland. The general viewin Get Doan't today. Use with confidence.At .
these gracious functions. In other Collins, Speakers, etc. With' professional all drug Itores.j .
The second revolution, the de- words, who gets the political sup diplomatic circles is that Stalin coaching, the kids would be

mands of which brought about addi- port in return? has been reasonable regarding Poland fit for league play anytime they were

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Their Ingenuity DAVID ANOINTED KING
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:-,:..\:\ calumny.-Ivans. When Points Are Low Fried Chicken LESSON TEXT-I Samuel 1615. '1118.

':- ::1::.) The crisis of life is usually the Mashed Potatoes Cream Gravy, GOLDEN ,TEXT-Man looketh on the out
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Fresh Blackberry Pie Outward appearance, by which
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11,1'.'' man judges, is almost always de

" :. Breathing at Seashore, serve with sliced lemon, hard-cooked ceptive. God knows the heart and is

: eggs or pimiento ,olives as a gar- able to evaluate a man correctly.In cLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT

:J I k;;': ., Increases Lung CapacityBreathing nish. Sour cream may be added to calling David the ruddy shepherdboy

" ; i:'" : the fat in the pan to make a sauce to be king, God cut across the

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: :' at the seashore than in the city because Only a little meat is needed in right.I. HELP WANTED

4:_ '::::, dust-free air permits relaxation he next two recipes for that meaty A Man from God's Storehousev.
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<),!) : of the respiratory mechanism flavor: ( D)-"I have provided."

:-. that constantly filters and Chicken-Corn Pudding. God's great storehouses are full S Persons now engaged in essential

propels such particles back and (Serves 4 to 6) of blessings material and spirit- 'industry availability will not apply from without their statement local

out through the nose. 8 slices bread ual, but He also has a great and United States Employment Service.secondCooV&Kltchenllelpercolored
I ; 1 can whole kernel corn constantly replenished reserve of ]
One study of city children
Yz cup chopped chicken men and women from which He
,
showed that the average vital ca- want-
I : 3 eggs calls and sends them forth. The !d. Apply Dietician, Riverside Hospital
'pacity of their lungs had increased 5023 Riverside,Ph.
7-7401 Jacksonville.Fla.
: 1 teaspoon saltteaspoon thing we must guard against is the
I from 82 to 113 cubic inches during t
Y pepperY setting of hindrances in His holy
a two months' vacation at the
: paprika either, in lives in Men & women upholsterers skilled semIskilled
seaside. Leftover lamb makes a pretty sal- teaspoon way, our own or upholsterers desiring steady work
ld when diced and crowned prettilyby 2 cups milk the lives of others. good pay. Royal Palm Furniture Factories,
Inc., 1301 N. W. 7th Ave., Miami Fla.
a celery wreath, then green pepper Arrange alternate layers of bread God was ready to set aside Saul,

_ and red skinned apple slices. slices, corn and chicken in a greased and He had David ready. Samuelthe
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casserole. Beat eggs, add salt, pepper prophet was still grieving over SOUTHERN PERSONNEL SERVICE
Alice Camus, .
Owner 201-214 Postal Bldg.Miami
Menus don't have to go begging paprika and milk. Pour into Saul's failure. In a sense that feel- 32. Florida.'ema1eWe .

ir PAYS BIG lust because ration points have been casserole, adding more milk if necessary ing ,for Saul was most commendable pen. Experienced have the office following workers positions, top

restored to a great many cuts of to cover mixture. Bake in a but it could not go on. wages. Experienced hotel help, best pay.

meat. In fact, this is the time when moderate ((350-degree) oven 1 hour. When men, even of our own families Cooks Cooks, restaurants.private homes.$35 to up$50 to week.$50 Maids week.

'I In a recent survey, farmers reported all good cooks will put forth all the Tomato-Bacon Scallop. or circle of friends persist in, up to $40 week. Nurse maids. $40 week.

. .; : that inoculation of legume Ingenuity and inspiration they can (Serves 5) rebellion against the Lord, we Governess ers $35 week.$56 These week.positions General are house for work-white

T seed with NITRAGIN (1) gives stir up.Less. 2 Yz cups cooked or canned tomatoes must not let our grief hold us back help. Write us for further Information.

i. : bigger yields, (2) makes faster, expensive cuts will give ev- 1 cup peas, cooked or canned but move on with the man of God's ,
earlier growth (3) helps better
a
tI get
8: slices bacon choice. Wanted Mechanic, be
bit the same nutrition as the must experienced
I stand (4) gives vigor to fight ry
more
onion chopped for caterpillars and small tractors.Also me
; weeds and drought. NITRAGIN mostexpensive 2; tablespoons II. A Man Who Had to Be Sought chanic's helper. Good postwar opportunity. ,

: helps legumes add up to 125 Ibs. ones, and with 1 cup diced celery (vv. 2-5)-"Send and fetch him." Tungsten Plantation, Box 70, Lament,Fla.'

Sj ): of nitrogen to the soil per acre. long, moist heat 2; cups soft bread crumbs Usually those who are quick to :

Salt and pepper I Experienced Machine Man for high speed
3 cooking they cane offer themselves for an important
INOCULATE CLOVER
VETCH matcher. town. Must be
Combine tomatoes with drained Top pay good sober -
) made just as place are not,the ones for the, place. reliable. Write wire Lindsley LumberCo.
WINTER PEAS WITH HITRAGIN palatable. / ,,;.; peas. Fry bacon slowly until crisp. And those who .are sitting around ., 3817 N. W. 17th Ave., Miami Florida.
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: It pays to Inoculate every planting I If' you do decide Drain on absorbent doing nothing but waiting for some

,,,: ..., of vetch, alfalfa, clovers, winter to splurge on ." paper; crum- honor to come to them, are not the FLOOR SANDER, linoleum layor. Apply
,- ble. Cook' onion ALPH BROWN FLOORING CO.. 2231 Hollywood
/ other legumes NITRA. to choose.
: peas a roast or a ham ones Blvd., Hollywood Fla. Phone 39.
1'ri; GIN. It costs only afew, cents an occasionally, use the leftovers up so and celery in, ,1 "Let the office seek the man" Is

-. ', acre and takes only a few minutes that the family will get a tablespoon bacon - :leverly
FORD PARTS CLERKS and MECHANICS
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7 used inoculant. Look real palate thrill from them. It cane lightly surely it must be the proper proce. Experienced only; five and one-half-day
;., most widely rowned. Place dure in week, high wages. Apply Mr. Get>rge.
spiritual
:; for it in the yellow can at dealers. > done! activity. HAL LYNCH MOTORS, 724 Hogan St.
Beef En Casserole. Ih of tomatoesand :;i1 The Phone 5-3050 Jacksonville :. Fla.
: Write for free legume booklets. .. interesting story of Samuel'seffort \
peasinto
\ ,- -, F R E E Write for helpful booklets about (Serves 6) a to find one among Jesse's I
with half
> lit/' soil bulldinj! How to grow 1 pounds beef (neck, flank or greased casserole' ; top one seven sons (vv. 6-10) is well worth "
WANTED
SITUATION
belt.r r.sumes. Address b.low. of the bacon. Add onion and celery
'. shank), cut into inch cubes reading. Samuel still had the idea
I mixture and crumbs. with
;.,: 3 strips of bacon Sprinkle that a king must be prepossessingand WANTED-POSITION AS SUPT. or prin- I
: salt and pepper. Repeat layers. cipal high school. B. S. and M. A. degrees '
1 clove garlic, peeled able to thrill men by his
Bake in hot ((400-degree) oven 20 ap ; draft exempt: five years prof.'Life
1 cup boiling water a pearance. He should have learned certificate. References. W. E. LOVE.
minutes. 683, Brunswick, Georgia.
1 teaspoon salt better from his experience with WA-14 Apt.
Lamb Salad Bowl.
i/4 teaspoon black pepper Saul.

2 whole cloves (Serves 6) God put him right (v. 7), and we LIVESTOCK REMEDYUSE

IV cups diced carrots ZYz cups diced cold lamb do well to renew our thinking on

6 peeled small onions 2 cups diced celery that point. The world is in a place A-I FOR LIVESTOCK. Good Castration for any,
rut or wound. man or beast.
Flour beef cubes. Cook bacon in Yz cup chopped green pepper where many leaders must be sore-headed chickens Dog Mange. Screw-

heavy skillet until brown but not 6 slices red apple chosen in the months and-years just Worms.CROWN PRODUCTS Ask your ,Druggist.Douglas 25c-75c.Geoff la.

; .,. ,' crisp. Remove. Add garlic to bacon 1 cup mayonnaise ahead. Will we be eager and
'ct. fat and brown beef cubes on all 1 tablespoon fresh, chopped mint willing to have God lead us in our '
-:, THE NITRAGIN CO., 3399 N. Booth St., MIlwaukee Wit Pile diced lamb in center of lad
: ,? Add choice Or FOR SALE
sides. Remove garlic. Water ? will we be swayed by
diced in
bowl. Arrange celery a
and seasonings. Heat to boil- personal interests or political expediency -
circle around lamb; repeat, using AIR COMPRESSOR:: sale with 2 h.p.
; \ ,, ing. Turn into baking dish, adding ? gasoline engine complete one drive-on
.: chopped pepper. Cut apple in half; scale, twenty-thousand pounds capacity
vegetables and bacon (cut into
III. A Man of Spirituality (vv.
'
.j I' core and slice cross-wise. Place one concrete block machine complete. also
< inch pieces). Cover and bake in a 11-13)-UThe) Spirit of the Lord one four-wheel trailer, good tires.
> slices around edge of bowl, peel II. E. LEECH Live Oak Florida.
for 2 2
to % "
slow ((300-degree) oven came upon David. -
side and extending about Va of
:' up,
,;;j 1", hours. The Holy Spirit, ,ever active in

,::1.i !:' Veal Schnitzel. all periods of Bible history becamethe MEN'S SOX _
"J .' .- (Serves 6) abiding presence in the believer's
,, 2 pounds veal steakinch thick) Send $3.00 to NATIONAL OUTLET COMPANY -
heart after Pentecost. but
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: I; r Box 778 Chicago 90, 111.. for one
Seasoning during the Old Testament periodHe dozen rayon-cotton sox sizes 10-12 only.
jl\ 1 fine crumbs First quality delivered you. -
t' cup N came on chosen individuals for -
.' 1 egg a particular work. As David was

; ', i 4& 1 tablespoon water anointed king the Spirit came upon OIL DEVELOPMENT
: :,.. : 4 tablespoons lard or bacon drip- him for that service. In spite of his .

'1 ',' pings failings (when he ,forgot the Lord) LANDOWNERS are there oil signs? Want .!
to lease your land? Have well drilled? '
< 1 lemon David was throughout his reign a. Write Oil Developments, Caddo Okla. ;
r' 1 tablespoon flour spiritually-minded man who wanted

Pound veal to flatten out into thin God'svill and His glory to be '

1' pieces. Season.. Cut into servings. / uppermost.God REAL ESTATE -

I &L Roll in beatenegg
I never calls a man without 60 Acres South Allapattah Gardens. Marl :
7-- mixed with soil, east of Princeton. Clear good title. '
s' i; enabling him for his task, and the
Good road. Will trade. add cash and assume -
t. MPi water, then in fine chief and indispensable enabling is I on improved property. Give full par
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Jul llP'crumbs. Brown in that of the Holy Spirit's power: Like ticulars. Owner P.O.Box 3331 Miami Fla.

;> ; J.k AJiI hot fat until well David. we may enter upon a God-

? rI&L .- __ j browned. Add % Noodle ring with creamed leftover appointed responsibility without GUNSUSED ,,'
I : cup water. Cover lamb and peas is another good suggestion fear or question simply trustingthe -

and cook slowly for using bits of the leftover Holy Spirit to take, transform, GUNS BOUGHT AND SOLD ,.
30 to 35 minutes. is extended with Expert repairing, plating and bluing. :
; roast. The meat empower, and use us for God's Kemlix Co., 406 Morgan St., Tampa Fla.
Fold over in ,half when ready to peas and gravy.an glory.IV. .

A Man Willing to Serve (vv.
inch above edge of bowl. Serve DUCKSMammoth
14-18).
; His message must get through! Lack of a"Wallcie.Talkie" Lynn Says with mayonnaise to which has beer Upon Saul there came tremendous '
Pekln Indian Runner
fresh mint. and White -
battery might mean death added chopped, moods of despondency.These Ducklings and Hatching Eggs from our

\ .. not for one man but for thousands! The This is the fruit season: Fresh Creamed Lamb and 6) Peas. were "from the Lord" (v. 14) own Dinsmore breeders.Duck Farm Free Dinsmore folder price Florida.list. -

f very dry cells that normally go into your fruit will easily solve the dessert (Serves cooked lamb in the sense that God permitted His

%- I batteries now supply the vital! voltage for problem. Here are ways to do 3 cups diced, sliced disobedient and rejected servant to

I.,.. "Walkie.T lkies." That means limited supplies delightful things to fresh fruits: I I 1 3 medium onion butter, suffer the result of his self-will and WOMEN AGENTS

A "over here," so use your available Fill melon rings with mint sher- 2 tablespoons leftover gravy failure. How awful it is for anyoneto LADIES TAKE ORDERS for nationally I
cups
be out of the will of God and known Maisonette Dresses in spare time. j II
/ Burgess Batteries sparingly. .handle them bet.Peel Yz teaspoon Worcestershire sauceSalt Beautiful Fall styles Just out. All sizes 9 to '
conscious of
His disapproval.
carefully as eggs. For Free Battery Hints- bananas, sprinkle with and pepper 46. We help you establish business of your :" j'I

1 Write Dept. U-l, Burgess Battery Company lemon juice, cover with honey 3 green pepper rings, cut in half To help Saul in those dark hours own. Unusual write Income M. E.to LOCKE start. For details ;

!' Freeport, Illinois. and bake until tender. They'regood Yz cup cooked peas David, the sweet singer of Israel, Florida Manager, Box 1W9, Orlando Fla. :

;I with cream. Slices of pineapple, if desired was willing to serve with his voice :,it I

}, Marinate cantaloupe balls in Saute onion in butter until tender, and his harp. How many thou- POULTRY }I
4 BURGESS grapefruit juice and serve well add gravy and seasonings. Add sands of times David has served all \

chilled. meat and peas and heat through. the generations since with his Reds. Rocks Wyandolles, Minorca. Leg- I

BATTERIES Apricot ice goes with grape Serve in noodle ring and garnish psalms. He was a man of gifts, No horns CODs standard six week$10.95 Leghorn:select grades pullets$12.95.37c.LIghtnera l'l
gladly given for the Lord and for Poultry Farm Columbia. S. C.
and
: fruit sections, orange slices and with pineapple green pepper
t
1 .others. '
sliced apricots. rings.
IN THE NATION'S SERVICF freshly I
Bear in mind that while David
On the Fighting Front Serve applesauce hot with Gel the most from your meat! Get you crowned For the Preservation il
not yet publicly he
was ,
meat roasting chart from Miss Lynn Chambers
On the Homo Front marshmallows folded in just be-
fore dishing by writing to her in care of Western was already anointed to be king. Of the American ft i
up.
Newspaper Union, 210 South Desplaines Yet he was ready to serve the one .
Apple pie is the better made Street, Chicago 6, III. Please send a whose place he was to take even in Way of Life ft ft :J!

y. with for flavor.a little orange,juice and rind stamped reply. self-addressed envelope for your ill-will his hours, of dejection and hateful. BUY U. S. WAR BONDS! ::1

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News my friends in Clewiston. Sincerely, day party for her daughter, Mada.A is the theme of the minister's ser- ida, Order of Eastern Star, was a.
The Clewiston A. D. Frith color scheme of red, white and special guest at the first meeting of

blue was used In refreshments and mon.The, Women's Association will I the Moore Haven chapter since the

awardedthe meet the Thursday, summer vacation on Tuesday nightof
decoraitons. Prizes were at church on I
Published every Friday in Clewlaton, Lt. R. L. Coker, Jr., who has beenin '
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, Miami for sometime, is now winners of a series of games and September 14, at 3:00 p. m. The this week. ;ti

Tnc stationed at the U. S. Naval Auxili- contests and favors were given each subject for study is "The Task oti Clewiston members attending

Air Station at Boca Chica. child present. Refreshments of ice the Church ,and Reconstruction." were: Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pirkle. .
ary
Entered as second class mail matter s cream, cake and punch were servedto --.-- Mrs. A, G. Twiddy, Mrs. Daisy-

February Clewiston,1,Florida 1927, at, under the Post the Office Act of in Sgt. Leroy Hare has completed : Jo Ann Patterson. Betty Jean FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Yoder, Mrs Laura Vorhees, Mrs. J..

(March 3, 1897. thirty-five missions in the' European Sutton. Rachel Miner, Nancy Pow- II. C. Mcndor, Pastor M. Fountain, Mrs. Glen Etherton.'

theatre and is now or soon will be ers, Sally McCarthy, Jean Denam, Sunday School-9:45 a. m. Mrs. Ed Townsend, Mrs. J. F. Mor-:

CARR SETTLE, Publisher on his way home. He arrived in Mary Edith Sutton, Betty Ann Sut- Morning Worship-11:00: a. m. rison, Mrs. M. Wright' and Mrs-;:

----- England in April and in this com- ton, Alisa Mueller, Patsy Meredith. Training Union-6:45 p. m. J_ K. Rogers.
Mrs E. L. Holobek assisted in entertaining Evening Worship-8:00 p. m.
Subscription Ratr-?2.50 Per Tear paratively short time has had plentyof

Advertising! Raton On Application. excitement. In, addition to the Prayer Service Wednesday 8:30p. : ST. MARTIN'S EPISCOPAL !
Air Medal he'll have a DFC .in his m. CHURCH
he arrives MRS. JOB HALL ENTERTAINS A cordial invitation extended. to ':
possession when home
Devoted to the advancement and wel- on furlough. If everything went BRIDGE CLUB TUESDAY'NlTE all the newcomers to our community -I Services every :bunday::; at 8:30 d

fare of Clewiston and Hendry County. according to plan Leroy should now as-,vell as the older residents.Our a. m., at Clewiston Community ,
States and it Mrs. Joe Hall entertained the services are designed to givea I' \ .
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shouldn't be long until we see him I members of her bridge club at her 'spiritual uplift, and a friendly Rev. S. D. Mason, Rector., '
home Tuesday night. atmosphere. Come, let our people
NATIONAL EDITORIAL again. I Mrs. E. C. Mills, high scorer, received make you feel perfectly at home in
costume jewelry; Mrs. C. H. midst. Another appeal is being made
ASSOCIATION, Cpl. H. H. (Hooky) Avant has our Our church is locatedone for
recently been transferred to Camp Berner, second high, received per- block south on Central Avenue Red Cross workers for surgical dress-
fume and Mrs A. W. Lawrence received =!- from the highway ings. If there is the proper response -
Roberts, Calif., to attend a service I y
school, which, from the initials we cocktail napkins as con- The W. M. S. will meet at the the work can be quickly fin !.

take to be in radio., Anyway he solation.A church Tuesday at 3:30 p. m., for .ished. \
says California is swell and he likes salad course was served to: the business and program meeting.All "
:":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":'-:":":":=:":":":":.. the country and his work out therea Mrs. Mills and Mrs. Berner, who ladies are urged to attend. l -- '.... <.
< were guests, Mrs. Lawrence, Mrs.
lot. *, R. M. Hare, Jr., Mrs. C. L. McLen- The Auxilaries of the W. :M. S. Look TheFuture
,will meet as follows: G. A.'s at the 1r I to
TifithOur don, Mrs. G E. Etherton, Mrs" V. r 1
Another Clewiston California boy who recently C. Woodward and Mrs. R. C. Nowl- church Wednesday at 3:30 p. m. I : ;
arrived in is Pvt.
II The Sunbeams at the church Thursday ;+C,
: ing. '
who is stationedat
W. A. Shuler now at 3:30 p. m. Parents please I ,

JSL Boys Fort Ord.Dance I note the change of time this week.A dAfter
JUNIOR G. A.'s ]MET AT
shift to the afternoon is causedby
\ HOME OF BARBARA MOORE
For Course the starting of school.It .

theService is to feel the
in The Junior Girls Auxiliary of the encouraging
SuccessThe
22 Is Great
Wednesday spiritual blessings which we derive
Baptist Church met The War
from the mid-week service. Our
/4 afternoon of last week at the homeof one (t?
regret is so many do not avail them-
Barbara
( Cadet Club dance on Wednes- Moore.
selves of this opportunity. Remem- You Will Want To .
day evening for the RAF cadets of The business was in charge of
L Course 22 was described as the molt Joyce Tanner, vice-president, in the ber the "Hour of Power" this weekat

successful yet held with more boys absence of president, Peggy 8:30 p. m. Build A Home

w:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:"..:..:..: attending. Local girls cooperated Powell. The minutes of the la tmeeting Teachers and officers of the Sun-
nicely, also, ,in appearing to act as were read by Nadine Andrews day School are urged to attend the

,dancing partners. and a very interesting program monthly council which meets at the ,-,
A. D, Frith who js' I To ':
From S-Sgt. It Will Pay You .
church Friday night at 8:00
Punch and cookies were servedby was conducted by Christine p. m. .,
U. S. Marines somewhere in 1
with the II'
the Service Mother's Club during Dunaway, program chairman.Mrs. It is very important that all be
Pacific we get an ex- '
South ;
the
ceptionally nice letter this week and I the dance. Appreciation is expressed ,W. A. Montgomery, G. A. present. Give this meeting priorityin Buy Your Lots f

we're passing its, on to you: for their woik. Counselor, having devoted the monthof Our your regular life. choir practice j/ Thursday .
August 25, 1944. Another dance for service men August to the study of the Amer- -
NOWCLEWISTON
.4 Mr. Carr Settles* will be held at the club next Wednesday ican Indian, accompanied the girlsto evening at 8:30 :p. m."Ther'e .
is an old motto that if if
yon
night. the Seminole Indian Village southof
Dear Sir: i I
would be look to self if
town. miserable, ;
They found it inter-
I have just received the back. issues t very would be" look '
perplexed
you to
Cake Sale Girl I esting, especially the papoose swing-
of the News and believe me they By ing in a hammock made by stretching others; and if you" would be happy,
were almost as good as a furlough look to Christ."
Scouts Was SuccessThe a blanket
across.
home. I don't believe I would rec- rope.

ognize the old home town if the Returning to Barbara's home, REALTY
News didn't keep me posted on the pastry sale and cake raffle Mrs. :Moore served punch and cook- Past Worthy Matron

local happenings. held by the Girl Scouts last Satur- ies to Shirley Benbow, Claire Hedke; Attends Star MeetingMrs. and DEVELOPMENT'

Ihave just returned from Saipan day near the post-office was a great Nadine Andrews, Helen Espenlaub,
read I success and all of the pies, cakes, Iris Ann Wright, Christine Dun-
and Tinian. You have of our Verna Bullard Brice of CORPORATIONJ.
cookies and other good things to away, Elnpra Tanner, Joan Harris,
; "run-in" with the Japs. I had a few Gainesville, a former Worthy Ma- ,
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' 1 feat had been sold out before lunch Barbara Moore, Joyce Tanner and <
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- exciting experiences that I can tell tron of the Grand ChaptEr of Flor-
time. Mrs. Melvin Pape won the Mrs. Montgomery, .
when I get home. .1
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} Please express my appreciationto cake Suggestions at the raffle have'that been.afternoon.made that' I CLEWISTON COMMUNITY: ,:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..;..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:';:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:--:..:..:..:..:..:. I

all who help send the paper out ,
I the girls hold these sales once ,a CHURCH
each week. I know the other fellows -
" ': month and it is probable that they David C. Hancock, Minister E.. BEARDSLEY j jI
feel the I.
same as I will do so. Miss Laura Bailey, -

If it is at all possible I would leader of the troop of larger girls, SUNDAY, SEPT. 10TH ,

like very much to have the address supervised. the sale. Sunday School, '9:45 a. m., Dr. C. / Real Estate ,

of Owen Winn and J. K. Weaver. I E. Gerjcke: superintendent. Classes .. "

haven't been fortun'ateenough to MADA" THIELEX HAS \ for all ages.Morning ." '..,. I e

meet any of the boys ,from CJewis- BIRTimYY PARTY Worship, 11:00 a. m. A .-
ton except Art Lawrence who I saw I .... nursery for small children is conducted J4RUTH R. BEARDSLEY

for only a few minutes. II Mrs. A. J. Thielen entertained at the Community Center.

Please give my best regards to all Wednesday afternoon with a birth- 'I I", "The Responsibility of Hearing" yt 1 ": t
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six GLADES COUNTY DEMOCRAT
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 8. 1B44 I:'
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Riddle Field- j Central and South America. I.with the,r company as vicepresidentand :I I whom it is believed, have had a direct During this period the books also

I "Servicing maintenance and over- general counsel almost from Its part in the war effort. Of that will runain open Monday,. Tuesday,

t hauling of all types of aircraft from total and Wednesday, each week. In the office -
start and through the period whenit some 22,000 were army and of the Supervisor of Registration
(Continued from Page 1) small private planes to huge air- for the ,
cadets.
grew to be the largest aviation navy convenience of electors. ;

liners is expected also to be an im- Given under my hand and seal this '' :
States
-reseJt4ug airplane manufacturers, school in the United also is I September 1, A. D. 1944. 'it'

portant part of Embry-Riddle's oper- (SEAL,)
owner of Riddle-McKay Aero College JOHN L. HALL

selling planes at all price levels, as ations in the postwar period," Mc- He is senior member of the I XOTICK OF PRECINCT Supervisor of Registration :
REGISTRATION Hendr'Y County Florida.] '
those planes become available -
rsooa. as Kay said. Miami law firm of McKay, Dixon I Sept. 8. 15, 22,

after the war. anticipates McKay, who with his associates' and Dejarnette and lives on Allison The registration books will be open .... ;

.'a tremendous boom In private flying.I purchased entire interests In Embry- Island, Miami Beach from the first Monday In September 1
(Sept. 4,) until the second r
Saturday ot NOTICE
'tor! business, 'pleasure, and sport. Kiddle last June, was named presi- The company's executive officersare the month preceding the day of the

'' dent of the organization this week to now in 'the 'Colonnade and its General Election (Oct. ,14). TO RALEIGH
''We'rewatching: closely the feeder Precinct No. HARDTN PADILLA, ,
One Ration Board
Of-
replace John Paul Riddle, who has technical school in the Coliseum, I f I fice. Mrs.. Addle Mills: Precinct Of- ASN H0817 5. Btry (I) 209th CA "
"' line situation with its possibilities 3 Bn (A.A.). APO 512 coo| Postmaster
I established his own company. both in Coral Gables. Except for the I I ficer. New York City, New York: ';

'af' picking up and 'delivering Under McKay's presidency, George I technical school operated in Brazil Mrs Precinct Irma No.Jennings Two-Jennings Precinct Store. I You are hereby notified that Bill for

"email cargoes, such as vegetables, G. Wheeler, jr., of Coral Gables, by John Paul Riddle for the Brazilian I Precinct No. Thr e,-Office of.Officer.Super- Divorce has been filed against you by

"'fromsmall' towns to air terminals, will continue as executive vicepresident I Air Ministry, the Embry-Riddle Precinct visor of Officer.Registration John L. Hall, Avie Court Shirley of Hendry Padilla County in, the Florida Circuit, at '

to see how such operations may be and general manager of Embr.Rfddle organization remains as it was in Precinct LaBcHe and you are required to 8p- / ;

worked. in with fixed base operations. I and Leonard J. Povey of the past. :Mr. Dora Daniels No. Four-Daniels', Precinct Officer.home, I pear or the in Bill said will suit be on taken October as 2nd.confess.1944. 14,'r...!i.

"After the war we will operate I I' Arcadia will remain as vicepresident Since it was established in, Oc- Precinct No. Five-Lancaster's. home. |ed. .

plane charter service to all points I'I in charge of flight operations. tober, 1939, the company has trained Mrs fleer.Prec. Addine Lancaster, Precinct Of- i| (SISAL) Clerk WILLIAM Circuit Court T. ,HULL, / .

:fa the United States, as well as to McKay,. who has been, connected mo're'than 26,000 persons, all of Paul net No. Six-Bussey'a Store !' Hendry County, Florida.
I I Bussey, Precinct Officer. 'Sept., 1. 8. 15. 22. 1944.
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NOTICE OF ELECTION ninth 39tn( ana Forty-first i41stk) That the louowing amendment 01 Section erty within such municipality: or
WHEREAS, The Legislature of 1943. Districts shall) be elected for 8 term 24 of Article HI ol the COnstI- I town and not otherwise. of iy the and on and, after the expiration .
under the Constitution: of 1885 of the of tour rears and the Senator from tution of the State ot Florida. relatinc term of each ,ol said County I
State of Florida did pass 10 Joint Resolutions the Fortieth HOthi I District elected to uniform county and ,municipal government I The Counties of Dade and Orange Solicitors of said Counties the cilia t
and each of
the
proposing amendments to the for a term of two years from the ana the classification ot municipality town. district County Solicitor and Procutm -
Constitution of the State of Florida and time ol the General Election ot 1944 cities and towns. oe and the same IK and other special taxing district now Attorney shall be abolished within I:
the same were agreed to by a voteat and thereafter said Senators shall be hereby agreed to and shall be sub- created by law, or which may be here- of said Counties and all of the duties
three-fifths of all the members electedto elected for a term of four fears ex- mitted to tile elector or the State after created by law. In each of said the County Solicitor within each of

each house; that the votes on said cept in case ot a vacancy in office of Florida at the Genera Election ol Counties. shall retain and control the said Counties shall become the duties ,
or
Joint Resolutions were entered upon Filed in office Secretary of State Representatives to be held in 1944 power v fix their respective budgets the State Attornev in each of said f-
for the Counties.
their respective Journals with the yeas June 14 1943 for approval or rejection that It' to the purpose of measuring and imposing -
and nays thereon and they did determine say that Section 24 of Article III of millage to be imposed upon Section 1. On and after the expiration .
and direct that the said Joint A JOIN RESOLUTION Proposing tc the Constitution ot the State ot Florida ad property in said Counties. subject to of the term of the Clerks
valorem
.Resolutions be submitted to the electorsof Amend Section 21 of Article V of the be amended so as to read as follows each or other like taxes within of the Criminal Court ot Record ot -
: the State at the General Election in Constitution of the State of Florida : district respective municipality town Dade and Orange Counties. for which
November 1944. Relating to Justice Districts and Ju'- Section 24 The ,Legislature shall and the or other special taxing: area they each are serving or have been
NOW. THEREFORE 1. R. A. GRAY tlce of the Peace, establish a uniform system of county of said County Tax Assessor in each elected on January 1. 1945. the office

Secretary of State of the State of Florida. BB IT RESOLVED BY THE. LEGISLATURE and municipal eovernment which thai) each Counties shall in determining of the Clerks of the Criminal Court
assessment add the amount levied of
notice be applicable In where Record in both Counties and the
that cases
Oo hereby give a except
: OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA: and imposed
by such millage to the Clerks
GENERAL ELECTION local or special laws are provided or of the Civil Court of Record
That the following amendment to Sec- amount i
Imposed
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Vrfll be held in each county in Florida tion 21 ol Article V of the Constitution may hereafter be provided bv the Legislature Counties of Dade by the respective and the Court of Crimes In Dade
and
Orange County:
fan Tuesday next succeeding the first of the State of Florida be and that mav be Inconsistent shall all be abolished. and the
Monday in November A. D. 1944, the the same is hereby agreed to and the therewith. Section 2. _That on and after mid duties of the. Clerks of the Criminal
said Tuesday being the Filed in office Secretary ol State. night. December 31st. 1944. the ,Count" Court of Record in both Counties
SEVENTH DAY OF NOVEMBER I same lore at submitted the to the electionin qualified June 10. 1943 Tax Collectors of the Counties of and the duties of the Clerk: of the J
general
or the ratification or rejection of the 1944 for ratification or rejection: V Dade and Orange. State of Florida. Civil Court of Crimes in Dade County
A JOINT shall each become the Tax shall all be assumed taken ,
said Joint Resolutions proposing amend- RESOLUTION Proposing to Collector over and
"Section 21. There shall be not more
.ments to the Constitution of the State than five Justice Districts In each Amend Section Six and Section Seven for all ad valorem and acreage taxes become a part of the duties of the I (+"
of Article levied and Imposed for the calendar respective Clerks of the Court '
af Florida, viz: and there shall be elected one XVTTI of the Constitution of Circuit
county
the State year 1945 and In Dade and Orange Counties.
of Florida Relating to the subsequent years (except -
of the Peace for each Justice
JOINT RESOLUTION Justice
Proposingthe
A Term of Office of Persons Appointedor taxes now required to be col- Section 8. The assumption ot new ,
: shall office for four
who hold
Amendment of Section 1 of Ar'tide District, lected by duties under
Elected to Fill Vacancies in Elec- the Clerk of the Circuit the provisions of this )
IX of the Constitution of Florida years. Existing Justice Districts are Court) within Article shall
tive Offices Under Said Constitution. each of said Counties not entitle any officer ,
Relating to Taxation. hereby recognized but the Legislature and to. increased
including all County taxes and compensation: but the !
BE IT
RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLATURE
BE IT RESOLVED BY TBS LEGISLATURE may by special the Act from time to OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA: all ad valorem and acreage taxes imposed officers upon whom such new duties
boundaries of
change any
OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA: time That the amendment to Section by any municipality town dis shall be Imposed shall continue to be
following -
such District now or hereafter established -
'That the following amendment to Section establish abolish 8 and Section 7 of Article Xvill trict, or other taxing district upon governed by the general law, of the ,
and new or -
1 of Article IX of the Constitution suchexisting.may District here- I of the Constitution of the State of property within each of said Counties State' as It now 1s. or may be hereafter : _'.
now or
of Florida relating to taxation be and after any ." Provided however Florida be. and the same is hereby and the Legislature may provide that as relates to the fixing of their \ ,
and each of said Collectors shall also respective salaries or prescribing their .
the same Is hereby agreed to snail col- '
that any such changes shall be submitted agreed to. and the same shall be sub- maximum
be submitted to the electors of the lect any other taxes licenses or excises compensation from fees;
to the people of any county so mitted to the qualified electors ot ,the
;-State: of Florida for ratification or reJecUon State of within said Counties. Such colectors' provided however that each office
affected by referendum at the next Florida for ratification or rejection I
l ahall each may. as he assumes the herein
remit to the stated
at the next General Election: at desig- \
election. the next ensuing general
; ensuing general nated proper officials of each additional duties take over and be
to be held In 1944 as follows: taxing
election that Sections
Filed in office Secretary of State. Is to say: That authority allowed such
In
Section 1. The Legislature snail provide June 10. 1943.A 8 and 7 of Article XV111 of the Con- their respective Countiesall and assistants employees
for a uniform and equal rate of stitution ot the State of Florida, be such taxes collected forthwith or expenses of the office assumedas
as may be provided by law. Each Tax may be approved by the Budget
taxation, except that It may provide amended to read as follows:
JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an Collector shall collect each Commissions of such Counties.
: tax state- or by
tot special rate or rates on intangible "Section
4. ot office for
The term
Amendment to Article V of the Constitution I ment In full and shall such other
issue but one supervisory authority aa j
property, but such special rate or ratesshall all appointees to fill vacancies In
of Florida by adding theretoan any : tax statement may be established \
which shall Include
all by the Legislature. '
not exceed two mills on the dol- of the elective offices under this Constitution -
Additional Section Relating the ad valorem or acreage taxes assessed Notwithstanding any general or special -
of the assessed valuation of
sar sucnintangible shall extend only to the tint
Election of State Attorney Judge of during laws the
any one calendar year upon provisions of this Article
property provided that as Criminal Court ot Secord. and County: Tuesday after the first Monday in each parcel of real property and upon shall be self-executing. The Legis ; .
,te any: obligations secured by matS January next after. the election and each lature :
(except the Judge and Solicitor lot of personal property and all may give reasonable interpre
trace deed of trust, or other lien, the of the Court of Record of Ks- qualification ot a successor."Section tax: certificates shall be Issued to cover tation to the words phrases and Sections -

Legislature may prescribe an Intangible cambia County), and Providing for till.Ing 7. In all case of election all taxes upon each parcel of real of this Article and direct their
tax ot not more than two (2) to fill vacancies In office such election
Vacancies:: In any ot such Offices property tor each, calendar year and effect by related laws. The Legisla .
BOWS on the dollar which shall be Prior to the First Tuesday after the shall be for that part of the shall be sold by< each Collector, as Ism ture may' by law control the compen-

rdbof at the time such mortgage, First Monday In January. 1949. by Appointment unexplred term commencing on the may be provided by law, 'a*.relates sat2H ot each officer and the .'
as trust, or other lien 1* pre.Mated by the Governor' and Coo.firmatlon first Tuesday after the first Monday to County Taxes and tax certificatesnot pence> and conduct of each office affected
In January after such election"Filed
for recordation said tax to be next
by the Senate. sold and whlcK by & foreclosure hereby and may abolish teesystem
.
fa lieu of all other Intangible aaeeaBoont *- In office Secretary ot State title -
: on such obligations. The special BZ IT RESOLVED BY THB LEGISLATURE June 13, 1943. are converted Into may where hey exist In Dade and
OF THB STATE: OP FLORIDA: be 80 converted by the respective Orange CoUe.ad may all
collected
eat rate the taxes
or or m
therefrom be apportioned by the That Article V of the Constitution of A JOINT RESOLUTION: Proposing to Counties and the property sold for the fees office of-1
may
the State of Florida be amended by pro rata benefit of each Interested flclals within each of said Countie
legislature, and shall be exclusive of Amend Section 6, Article VTU of the
taxing authority sales shall be made Section 9. Section 2O of Article
;
adding thereto an additional sectionto Constitution
-nil District and of the State of Florida m
other State. County and penalties and Section 5. 27 and of '. i
and interest for delinQuencies Article .
be known as Section 47 of said Article 3
relating to County Commissioners. !
and shall prescribe
snunlclpal taxes
; and Section 8 of Article
relating to the election of State Imposed as provided by law and Sec
V.
.sen regulations as shall secure a justValuation Attorneys. Judges of Criminal Courts BE IT RESOLVED BY TBS LEGISLATURE for County taxes: each taxing authority tion : of Article IX

of all property. both real of Eecord and County Solicitors (except OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: where It has a tax Interest may of, the Stat of Contution
:fend personal excepting such property That Section 5. of Article VTH of !a
the Judge and Solicitor of the purchase property sold for taxes or on remain In fu and effect
-a* may be exempted by law for municipal Court ot Record ot Escambla County) the Constitution of the State of Florida foreclosure and all moneys derived said said Articles and the

education literary scientific and the same Is hereby agreed to. and relating to County Commissioners from such sales and from penalties other provisions of the Constltutlo
religious or charitable purposes. shall be submitted to the electors of be and the same Is hereby amended, and Interest shall be collected and of the State of Florida
Approved by the Governor May 20. the State of Florida for ratification or and as amended Is agreed to and shall distributed pro rata to the respective offices consolidated by this Article

1943. rejection at the General Election to be .submitted to the elector of the Counties municipalities, towns drain- shall remain In full force and effect

Filed in Office Secretary ol State be held on the first Tuesday after the State of Florida at the general elec- age districts, or other taxing districts save and except & they my each
May 20. 1943. first Monday In November 1944. a* fol- tion of Representatives to be held in according to the proportion of. taxes relate to such Qttlc and system
lows: 1944 for approval or rejection. That levied by each upon each parcel or of taxation In Dad and

A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing "Section 47. State Attorneys Judges Section 5. of Article Vm. a* amended piece of property involved. Orange Cunte. Florida, and as to

an Amendment to Article 7. Section 3. I of the Criminal Courts of Record and shall read as follows: Section 3. Municipalities In each of such ottice. and fee within

of the Constitution of the State of County Solicitors (except the Judge 'Section 5. There shall be one i said Counties may by special election said : such Sections and th

Florida. Relative to Census and Apportionment and Solicitor of the Court of Recordof County Commissioner in each of the to be held prior to December 31. 1944 Constitution shall be modified a
I
by Amending Section 3 Escambla County) shall hereafter five County Commissioner's districts retain the right to assess and collect changed by this Article.
of said Article so as to Designate Oaeola be elected by the qualified electorsof in each county which districts shall 'taxes. Upon adoption of this Article Filed in office 'Secretary o Stat*.
% 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.

Senatorial District. Designate Breward counties as other State and County officials shall be as nearly as possible equal Counties of Dade and Orange may
County as a Senatorial District and are elected. In proportion to population. The after not less than fifteen (15) days A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing anAmendment '

Designate Calhoun and Gulf Counties "The first election of State Attorneys Board of County Commissioners in the notice by publication call a special to Article vm of the Constitution -

u a Senatorial District. Judges of Criminal Courts of respective counties shall from time election to be participated in by the of the State of Florida Relative -
BE IT ENACTED: By THE LEGISLATURE Record and County Solicitors (except to time fix the boundaries of such dis- qualified freeholders of such municipality to Assessment of Property for

OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA the Judge and Solicitor of the Courtof tricts. Said County ,Commissioners only who shall determine bya Taxes and the Collection of Taxes, by
That the following amendment to Section Record of Escambia County) shall shall be sleeted by the qualified elect majority whether Sections 1 and 2 Adding Thereto Additional Section t
3 of Article 1 of the Constitution be held at the General Election In 1948 ors of said county at the time and hereof be. or not be. effective within Provide that in the County H
of the State of florlua relative to cen- to take office the first Tuesday after place of voting for other county officers such municipality. Such freeholders borough., State of Florida, the

sus and apportionment designating the 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 ana Okeecnobee Counties as for a term of four years. years. Provided that the County Commissioners have such municipality come under of the County the Purpose of LevyIng -

tile tmrty-nlnia:: (39) :Senatorial Dis "The term or tenure of office of anyone elected from the even num- said Sections, or by a like majority of l State. County School and Municipal -
.' trict. JSroward county aa: the foitleth heretofore or. hereafter appointedto bered districts in 1944 shall serve for those voting determine that it shall Taxes Levied by the State. County.

(40) Senatorial District and Calhoun any. of the offices herein mentioned two years those elected in 1944 from not come under said Sections. If by County Schol Board. School Districts.
and Gulf: Counties as the forty-first shall not be extended hereby. Any the odd numbered districts shall serve such vote the majority votes to come Special Shol Dltrlct and Mu- '

HII| Senatorial District, be and the vacancy In any of sach offices priorto for four years and thereafter the under Sections 1 and 2 hereof or :f niclpalltles of
same 13 nereby agreed to and shall be said first Tuesday after the first terms shall be for four years: Provided any municipality falls to call and hold BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLATURE -

submitted to the electors of Florida Monday: in January. 1949. shall be filled that Section II of Article VIII such election prior to December 31, OF TH STAT OF FRA:
for ratification or rejection at lie U211. by. appointment by the Governor and of this Constitution shall not be affected 1944. then in either such event. Sec- That the A-
} eral Election to be held on the first I confirmation by the Senate as heretofore herebY." tions 1 and 2 hereof shall be effective title VTU of the Constitution of
Tuesday; after the first Monday in provided by the Constitution but Filed in office Secretary of State upon such municipality. In the event Stat of Florida relative to the Assess
l NoveinDer 1944 as follows: May 27. 1943A and Collection of all taxes in
In no case for any longer than until any municipality elects not to come
[ "Section :J. Tne Legislature that the first Tuesday after the first Mon under Sections 1 and 2 hereof such the County of Hlllsboroug-h. State o y

1[ shall meet in regular session A. D. I day in January. 1949. JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an election shall not affect Sections 4, Florida by adding thereto additio
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 Article except to be known a 1
Wt.In years thereafter shall apportion In conflict herewith 1s hereby re- State of Florida to Be Known as Article -' as to the assessment and collection of Section 12, be and same 1* he"
t the representation in the Senate and pealed." XX Sections 1-9 thereof Relat- taxes In such municipality which shall agreed to and shall be submitted te,

: shall provide for forty-one (41) Senatorial Filed in office Secretary ot State ing to the Consolidation of Certain remain as is now provided by law: Electors' of the State of Florida fo

Districts such Districts to be May 18. 1943A Offices in the Counties of Dade and provided however that at any general ratification or rejection at the genera
as nearly equal 1n population as practicable Orange. State of Florida. and Provid- city or town election held thereafter Election to be held on the first Tue

\" bus no County shall be divided JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an ing in Said Counties for the Combination upon petition filed at least thirty (30) day after the first Monday in November -

I in making such apportionment.. Amendment to Section 12 of the Dec. ot Assessments and Collec days prior to such election by ten per 1944. as follows:
( and each District: shall have one Senator. laration of Rights In the Constitution tions and Equalization of County Mu- cent of the freeholders entitled to Section 11. 1. From and after January -

r ; Provided that Osceola and OkeeI I of the State of Florida. Relating to nicipal and District Taxes and Per- vote in such election the question of 1. 1946. the County Tax Assessorin

'; shobee Counties. FlorIda.. shall constitute Double Jeopardy Self-Incrlmlnatlon mitting Municipal Referendum and whether or not such municipality shall the County ,ot Hlllsborough. Stt
: : the Thirty-ninth (39th I Senatorial Due Process of Law and the Takingof the Consolidation 'of the Office of be bound by Sections 1 and 2 shall of Florida shall assess all

t, District, Broward County. FlorI I Private Property Without Just Compensation County Prosecutor and Solicitor with be placed on the ballot and upon a all State, County Schol. and MunIclpa -
ida shall constitute the Fortieth ((40th) by Providing the Right of that of State Attoornsy. and Combin- vote to be so bound. such municipalityshall taxes to be In the County ic
Senatorial District and, Calhoun and thereafter be bound by said Sections the State County. County
Persons to Work Shall Not Be Denied ing the Clerk of the Criminal and Sho r
Gulf Counties. Florida shall constitute I or Abridged on Account of Membership Civil Courts and Duties of Tax Collector Board. School District. Ta
the Forty-first (41sti Senatorial or Non-Membership in any Labor with the Clerk of the Circuit Section 4. The County Tax Assessors School Districts MunicipalIties
District; and at the same time. the Union. or Labor Organization; and Court and the County'Tax Collectors of Dade 2. The Legislature shall at the Leg
Legislature shall also and shall no lative Session In 1945 and from
apportion the Providing that the Right of Employees BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGIS Orange Counties Impose
,: I representation in the House of Rep- to Collectively Bargain: ShallBe charge by way of fee or otherwise time thereafer. enact laws specifyingthe
LATURE STATE OF FLORIDA
Or THE :
: resentatives, and shall allow three (3)) Preserved. upon the municipalities, towns districts duties and compensation -
of the
State
That the Constitution
Representatives to each of the five or other taxing: areas within of County Tax Assessor, designated -
BE IT RESOLVED BY THB LEGIS- of Florida and the same is
be hereby
nest: populous said services in in Section
counties and two ((2)) Counties for their paragraph 1 of this
LATURE OP THE STATE OF'FLORID' amended Article XX thereto -
< Representatives to each ol the next : by adding making assessments and collections of 11. and shall likewise provide by law "
That the following amendment to the and as amended is agreed to. and
wghteen more ad other for the
valorem taxes or extension the
populous counties, and or acreage on assessment
ne (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- roll of the County Tax Assessor .)fall .
Section 12 of the Declaration of the State Florida for adoption or
Temalnlng: Rightsof of '
counties ot the State at under. The Legislature of the Stateof taxes levied by the State. Count
\ .J the time of such apportionment. said Constitution be and the same rejection at the next 'general electionto Florida may by law provide for payments County School 8'd. School District* ;
Is hereby agreed to. and the shall be held the 1944. to-wlt: .
13hould the Legislature fall to apportion same in year to the respective County or Special Tax SchOL and Mu
"
f', the representation in the Senate be submitted to the qualified electors ARTICLE XX Counties >In an amount not to exceed nicipalities. ,

l t -nd in the House ot Representatives of or the rejection"State of Florida for ratification Section 1. That on and after mid- one per cent of collections made and Section 12. 1. Prom and after January 4.

; at any regular session of the Legislature General Election at the next ensuing night. December 31st. 1944. the CountyTax paid by the Collector to each taxing 1. 1946 The County Tax Collectorin ;
.',j at any of the times herein des- Section 12 of the that is to say. that Assessors of the Counties of Dade authority to cover all costs of collection the County of Hlllsborough. State or I '

.Ignated. n shall be the 'duty of the the Constitution Declaration of the ot State Rightsof of and Orange. State of Florida shall and assessment incurred by the Florida shall collect all tax levied in ,; i

Legislature or Legislatures succeeding Florida. be amended each become and be the assessors of respective CountIes. by the Stte. Counts r
!such regular so as to read as :
Either In session ot the.!:. Legislature. follows: all property in their respective Section 5. That on and after the County School Board District. '
apportion Special the or Res; ar session. to "Section 12. NO person shall be sub Counties and they shall after that expiration of the term of the County Special Tax School Districts a

'Senate and representation In the ject to be twice jut in Jeopardy for date make all assessments of ad Tax Collectors of the Counties of Dade nlclpaltes.'Y
in the House of Representatives the same offense valorem and acreage taxes and other and Orange. State of florIda. for shall at
nor compelled in any
preceding as herein provided. The criminal case to be a witness against taxes' that are or may be Imposed upon which said Collectors have been elect- islatlve Session of 1945 and from time -

; State regular Federal or regular himself, nor be deprived of life liberty real or personal property or their use ed as of the date of January 1st. 1945 to time thereafter enact laws specify !
Census
whichever shall have of valuation the ing the duties and ,'.
: been taken or property without due oroccss including bv way a single duties imposed upon the County powers functions
r :_ of nearest any apportionment o? law: nor' shall private property be aU a.Meisments upon property for each Tax Collectors of the Counties of Dade compensation of County Tax Collector
Representatives
In the House In the Senate and taken without Just! compensation. The municipality town. district. or other and Orange by law and this ArtIcle. designate in paragraph 1 of this Sec

control in of Representatives shall right of persons to work shall not be special taxing district in Dade and shall be assumed and taken over by ton shall likewise( provide fo
In making such apportionment denied or abridged on account of mem_ Orange!: Counties Such ad valorem the respective Clerks of the Circuit collection care custody reporting
the event the Legislature bership or non-membership in assessments shall oe subject to review Court In and for Dade and Orange and disbursement of all taxes collected
shall fall any
> tion In the to reapportlon the representa labor union or labor organization: and equalization by the County Board Counties who shall then each take bv the Countv Tax Collector
tills Legislature as required by provided that this clause shall not be of Equalization ot each County which over the books. funds. and accounts Filed in office Secretary of state.

amendment(and before its adjournment construed to deny or abridge the rlcht In each Countv shall consist of the sev of the Collector for each Countv. and June 14. 194.

so called for such extraordinary session of employees by and through a labor eral County Commissioners and one who thereafter shall be known and The cas i compliance with said

c; 't>e limited to reapportionment shall not organization: or labor union to bargain member appointed from and bv each termed as both the "'Clerk of the Cir proposed aendments. and the canvass,
expire at the end of collectively with their employer" municipality or ;sown In each County cuit Court" and "Tax Collector" of and return! the'* "'. shal be ,
twenty days or at all until reap- FlIed in office Secretary of State havIng a copulation of more than the respective County for which he subjected to the same regulations are
"ponlonment is effected and shall con- May 8 1943A 3.000 at the last census: said Board la Clerk. provided by law for general elections in
5lder' no business" other than inch of Equalization shall otherwise be governed the State of Florida.IN .
?, eapportlonment),, expiration
Dy the general law from timLo TESTIMONY WHEREOF
Should this amendment be ratified JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an time In force pertaining to the Solicitors of DAde and Orange Counties I have hereunto set my
'ux the General Election in 1944 special Amendment to Section 24 of ArticleHI equalization! ;of: taxes: nrovided every Florida for which they shall be each hand and affixed the Great .
lections shall be called within ninety of the Constitution of the Stateof mun:clpallty in each County .navtns: a serving at the time this Article is 'SEAL) Seal of the State of Florida
.
(. 'days thereafter for the election ol Senators Florida Relating to Uniform County population of 3.000 .or less mav appoint :adopted the State Attorneys of Dade at Talahasse. the Capital,
in the Thirty-ninth ((39th), and Municipal Government and theC'asslflratlon an additional member who shall and Orange Counties, respectively shall this of July
[ 3d
I .Porv.erh (40thi and Forty-first r C41st : of Cities and Towns be or: Become a part of the Board of be and become the Prosecuting Of- A. D.
hie:.atonal Distr'cr!e" In such specialejections BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLATURE Equalization for the purpose ot equalization fleers of al: the Criminal Courts of B 194. \ ,

the Senators in the rhtrtv- OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: of taxes as respect. any prop I Dade and Orange Counties .respective- Scretr of SttPAGE



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: FRIDAY.. SEPTEMBER 8, 1944 THE CLEWISTON NEWS PACK SEVEN '


ceremony was attended by a large : blue and $3.00 drawers
grey. vanity dresser
group of relatives and friends of the i!

couple. I I I per box. Will make excellent two bicycles, studio

I PERSONAL -- SOCIETY sister The, bride's Miss Betty only attendant Moree' ;' and was her the:;!j I Christmas gifts. couch, surf casting out

,. I -I groom Forfhay.was attended by Sgt. David''1|We; do not have a large fit and other miscellaneous -*

I The bride was attractive::: in a''| stock so place your order items. Contact A.

beige travelling dress with white ac-
at once.-The Clewiston W. McCorkle
cessories and carried a bouquet of !i through
,
.
'
Phil McCracken spent last- week I I Mr. and Mrs. H, E. Trice, Miss gardenias and white garden flow-| News. Call 39. Clewiston Hospital.
1
ers. Her sister wore yellow and ;
in New: York on vacation.Mr. Mamie Trice and Medford Dunaway '
I I white. 1
were visitors in Avon Park Sunday. itP.DAILY .
and Mrs l\LA. Thomas spent I I .: Mrs. Malone was graduated from i I r !

the 'week-end. at Jensen Beach.. I, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Thompsonand Pahokee High School in the Class ; AIRPLANE FOR SALE I ..
\ -i __ son returned this week-end of 1942 and has been working in the i I Aeronica Chief
offices the States Il
have from vacation visit of United Sugar
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Dolger a of 'two weeksin l
returned from a visit in New York. Bradenton. Corporation since her 'graduation. !' good condition. Raymond -
:Following '
a week-end in West
t
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I Mr. and. Mrs. G. H. Small spent Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Cornette and Palm Beach they returned to Clew-' Christian. Phone
c I'
the week-end at Fort; Mjers Beach. I family: returned this week from a iston to resides, long as Sgt. Malone !
visit with relatives in Morton's Gap is based here with, the 572nd 87 Clewiston or 2371 J or r \f

Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Burkhardt are and Greenville', Ky. Prisoner of War Detachment. i 2291 J Pahokee Ii i!

spending a va ali 'il in Maryland., --- Out-of-town guests at the wedding ; MATINEE '
-3:4.1: ; P. M.
.' Mr. and Mrs R. C. Wilson were included the: bride's .parents i i
NIGHT-7 & 9 P. M.SAT. .
Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Driver the week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs.S. and sister, her brother Fred, also ofLake I I
have returned from a visit with relatives L. Crochet at Fort Lauderdale City and her grandmother, FOR SALEFourroomhouse & :SUN.:; CONTINUOUS'
in New York: Beach., Mrs J. A. Moiee of Auburndale. II| 3- 3 7-9P.M.
I unfurnished. In

r. Neil J. Dwyer and Jake yan PttGt :; -i Mr. and Mrs S. L.f,Crochet and WOMAN'S ASSOCIATION TO MEET I WEEK BEGINNING SEPT. 10 I

ten have returned,' from a vacation Sharon have returned from a two quire John Brantley' SUN. & ,MON., SEPT. 10 & 11 !
visit in Boston. weeks' vacation visit at Fort Lauderdale The' Women's Association of the I Trailer Park. ,
I Beach.. Clewiston Community Church will SONGS!DANCES!GLAMOUR11'ACaval I,
Mr., and Mrs G., H. Brown and meet Thursday, Sept. }4, at three -
children reutrned recently from a I Mr. and Mrs. Keathley Bowden o'clock at the church. All are invited 'cade of 1$

visit with her parents near Chicago. and sons, Kay and Paul' ,. left Sundayfor to attend. FOR SALE-13 1-2 footWeldwood Broadway! yy I'!
Monticello where they will make -- M
- Mrs Alma Carlton of LaBelle their future home. BRIDGE CLUB ENTERTAINED sloop practically 0O } 't1Y i

.... has moved here to take a position AT FT. LAUDERDALE BEACH ii i
Ideal for local
in the Sugar Office. Mrs Maude Hare has returned new. I

<: Greenb.erget:1 from a visit of several weeks with Mrs. F. E. Conkling, who is vacationing waters. John C. Zil- i
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry : relatives in Georgia and North Caro-' at Fort Lauderdale Beach, I !
;r:, visited relatives in Moore Haven and! lina. was hostess to the members of her er, phone 3., Riddle Field. 'Starletcoati' I
Okeechobee' over the holidays. I bridge club at her beach cottage CEODSE JOA$' I
1 tc. CANTOR MURPNY- DAVIS \
.
Wednesday.The
Mr.iargie. and Mrs. Melvin Pape,;; Miss .ul ree
:' Mr. and Mrs, Carl H. Berner and I';< Allen and Miss Carolyn ladies left Clewiston in timeto NANCY MOORE COHSTAHCEKELLY DO UBLAS .pt/ j

' .,family spent the ,week-end at Fort.Myers Bryant visited the Cle istpn foot-, arrive at the beach for a fish and -
r Beach. j ball team at Camp Wingmann lobster luncheon on the beach. In FOR SALE-September Dialed by EDA11L' ?KJUt H Prodjod by QTCE f ChiTOR!
,
Screen Play by Joseph Qjillan & Dorothy Bennett
Avon Park Sunday and Monday. the afternoon bridge was played,I Story br ttn Crvaij \
xr .-; F. Deane Duff attended' a meeting -I Mrs. Horace A. Bestor winning high 1 1 and J i 2 onlyLawni -- ALSO CARTOON

'i of the Okeechobee Flood Con Mrs Frank Studstill and daughter score prize and Mrs. R. C. Wilson : -
:. troy Board in Fort Myers Monday. j I j Sarah Ann of. Bowling Green, second high prize. I I I j i mower, awnings, garden TtES."ED.- ., SEPT. 12 & 13 i
____ I Those : J
'enjoying this
I spent the week-end with Mrs. Stud- trip were: I'plow double bed and ;;
Misses Renee Wethington and still's sister, Mrs V. E. Bryant. and Mrs. Bestor, Mrs., Wilson, Mrs. C. J. : 'I

1; .- -Laura Bailey are leaving Saturday I Mr. Bryant. Nielsen, Mrs. Otto Larsen, Mrs. w.1 box springs, :chest of lIuLflPlNO) I'
; for a week's vacation in West Palm I C. Owen, Mrs. N. V.: S. Mumford, 1

..... Beach. Mr. and Mrs. J. 'P. Moree and Fred tfrs.Ezelle.J. E. Beardsley'and' Mrs. J. W. < PAPLHIMi lliIDI;

----' Moree of 'Lake, City and Mrs. J. A. N:N N N:N. N:11 N N:N N N:N:N:N N:N:.1:N:N N:N:N:..:N:. .
Mrs..Bud McNeice of Delray Beach Moree of Auburndale
here
were
I ? the I' ? FORTAXICABS. ?
c
t spent week-end here with
Sunday to attend the wedding of ;;,

-l' friends. ____' I Miss Evadene_Moree. FOR RENT-Furnished I | It ;; 1 \\.. ,I
"y :: :: : '
Misses Dorothy Knight and Leah room with bath. Oneor : DAY AND KITE SERVICE $; .
I L Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Stroud returned i '
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Richaud the 'week-end with I! i 1 1Johnson's c'33' W'
spent ,
from PHONE 18 "I
I Ifriends' I Tuesday Gainesville y
' two adults. '

; F'.. in Delray- .._Beach._' .-1 ring I I1 j where Mr. Stroud. has 'been attend- Inquire!I ..:....NNIINNMN:\..:MNN. :..:N:..:..:..:N:N:..:..:..:...:..:..:. ,, rri eIfthNANCY \\ I ;
the summer sessions at the University at Amoco 'Service ,Sta-, i
Mrs. Jack Kinsey, and Miss Lillian of Florida-, .::"*#: '-' '-" ,... .. ". I, .._. l ",
tf. K 1 y"'returnec 'Monday: from tion. t :: 1 .
-' tp. I J; CCXEMAN M BOLAND
a visit in 'Orlando and Tampa. Mr. and Mrs.V.. A. ]Montgomery I VICTOR FRANCEN NAZWOVAEhree'.d ,
'
-- spent the Labor Day week-end n- by VINCENT SHERMAN '
Lou Place was up from Miami to Fish Camp I Orts'not Screen Fioy bf EIGs S,.Joseph and
West Palm Beach and in Stuart .
HELP WANTED Colored Howard koch\ Music by Franz Woxmon
spend the week-end with Mrs. i Near Hurricane Gate)
where: they visited Mr.: and Mrs. ]M. 1 ( i Oc
" ..' Place. t R. Montgomery. chambermaids and Clewiston, FJa. lIilr Buy! in t.t I .i!
- Ivr' I
I I I Boats and Motors-Guide Service
.'' f' :Miss Betty Kay French spent the Miss Prances Morgan, accompanied housemen,for hotel work. Rates Reasonable Ida Lupino=Paul Heni-id i i
:, p.. Labor Day week-end aLher home i iis in 'I Also Cartoon
by her mother, Mrs. A. L. Morgan I Yo H. Johnson, Mgr. .

(, St. Cloud. ___ and Mrs.' : L. L. Trapnell of Apply manager's office, I I THURS. & FRL, SEPT. 14 & 15
Moore Haven, left this week to spend
\ Mr. and Mrs. Charles Barclay are a three-weeks': vacation at Fort Clewiston Inn. 1 tc. :!

; ,,q visiting his mother in St..' Cloud this Myers Beach. i! Gfh's SEe *
..... week. t
i i
_', I ____ I i G. M. FORD litRE
I '
Miss
Jo Smith left
Peggy this week FOR SALE-Beautiful'
I- :\11'. and Mrs F. Edward. Bryantof for Tallahassee where she will enter ', Civil Engineer and SnrvejorSpecializing & .
Palm Beach were the Sunday,i Florida State College for Women boxed stationery with i In Everglades (A7piVA : ,
guests of their daughter and son-in-1! for the school term. She has;
\ law, Mr. and Mrs. F. Deane Duff. been in Clewiston this summer with name or monogram im I Surveys ( HAIGIV ;
t Phone> 66 Clewiston, Fla.
her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Also Latest News ;
Mr. and Mrs. H. j. Roath and L E.. E. Kelly. printed. Colors white, l ---
Mrs. W. A._ Montgomery spent last t ,
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; Friday in: Fort Myers transacting Miss Moree Weds M'i'\ ....... ...r..JF.::' ....'W'L ...... ...-r.=;:;:n- SATURDAY* SEPTEMBER 16TB "
4fci-lri
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business and visiting friends. iJr v

Mrk and Mrs. Frank J. O'Hara a].Sgt.i Malone Here The Grandest .' ':, .1

the parents of a five-pound baby, Announcing 1
...., III 1, daughter born Sunday morning at Sunday Afternoon ..0 o .0 0 Gang ofFunsters b 4,. t

the Clewiston Hospital.Mr. .

and Mrs.-A. 0. Ward and, Mr.Miss and Evadene' Mis.] J. Moree.P. Moree daughter., of Lake The Opening Of .' .,., ,r 1 : :' .1

Miss Grace Ward spent Saturday at t City and Sgt. Tom ,W. Malone, son I i;
Punta Rassa with Mr. and Mrs H. of T. W. Malone of Ohio, were unit- Ever i
H. McCall of LaBelle. They went ed in marriage at four o'clock Sunday The Canebrak PackgeStore ;
on Sunday: to San Antonio, Fia.. afternoon at the Community Corralled I
where Grace has entered Holy Name', Church, Rev. D. C. Hancock, pastorof I ;
Academy for the school term. that church, officiating. The
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dresses and skirts-washed by hand THE STORY THUS FAR: Lieut. Col. "There was a feeling of tension. ting over my face. But in this haze BIGAMY case which two rites makea ii'
are less likely to shrink or become Frank Kurtz, pilot of a Flying Fortress, Refugees had been crowding in from I could see that the same fist which wrong.
matted than if cleaned in a tells of that fatal clay when the of Japs his Singapore and Sumatra. Now there held the flashlight also held a steel \
struck in the Philippines. Eight
washing machine. was a feeling that maybe they'd be knife, and that its point stuck down
for shel-
killed while fleeing: The
men were supreme test of good manners is
ter, and Old 99, with many other For crowding out soon. Lots of the natives into the yellow cone of that flash being> able to put up with bad ones I
If ice cubes held under tresses, was demolished on the ground. had already left, and those ser- light. The other hand was just touching I ,}pleasantly.
warm water for a few seconds, After escaping to Australia, what is left vants who remained you knew were the edge of my pillow."I I.

they will have no sharp edges to of the squadron flies to Java, where theygo staying only because they were very gave a yell and dived through Flattery is like salt. A little is j
jab or cut the precious rubber I on many missions over the Philippines loyal. But to whom? Maybe to the that netting like a cat, but the yellow
too
appetizing but much is
very ,
and Macassar Strait. Sergt. Boons '
icebag. Dutch. Or maybe to som'eone else light
instantly winked out, and I
difficult to
tells bow die, from swallow.
gunner, Queens eye
-staying around to watch us, relaying was standing there alone in the
Java Is now full *
witness experience. sea
When flour bin or 'other kitchen information we knew not how, darkness, while Jacquet rolled out
of carriers. The Japs bombard a
Jap
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container leaks dry ingredients, I helpless Dutch town, and a Jap bomb or to whom. on the other side. He hadn't been The difference between a pessimist ..
pour melted paraffin or beeswax blows up the kitchen. Another: bomb "Except that 'I knew they were as' nervous as I, and was sleepingmore and an optimist is, the optimist says his

into the cracks and let it harden. scores a direct hit on the fliers' supplyof watching me, maybe only out of idle deeply. But just, then a blue glass his is glass half is full half, while the pessimistsays

beer. I ICHAPTER curiosity as I circulated from one lightning flash lit up the room, and I empty.
table to the other, and kept that by its quick glare I saw the door I
These' Smart Bags XVI brief case leaning against my leg into the corridor closing (I was sureI Black Ice Simply Dusty;

when I sat at my own table. had locked it). But when I got Antarctic Ocean Crowded
Are Knit in Jiffy "The Dutch made us steel tripods "That hotel certainly wasn't builtto out into the corridor it seemed
for them in a machine shop, but we keep military secrets. The big empty.
had a hell of a time getting anyoneto high-ceilinged bedrooms had only "Why hadn't he stabbed me? I Mr:, Mackintosh, who spent five
dig the holes. We were flying swinging half-doors like barrooms- think because he was surprised to years in Discovery II, investigating ,I
missions and couldn't do it our- the distribution and breedingof
open to the air above and below. find Jacquet there. One of us would
selves. So Silva and I took the The barefooted native servants surely have been able to- make an mammals and the formation '" j
truck and went into Madiun. On and wanderings of icebergs in the
looked after them, only I'd catch outcry. And I thought to myself,
the street corners we saw a bunchof them slipping in and out of mine at 'Well, stranger, for a newcomer Antarctic seas, has some interest-
natives standing around picking ing things to about his obser
queer times of the day. But I you're sure getting into a lot oi say
their teeth or scratching their bot- it. I alsoThe vations.
thought_ I only imagined things, because you never thought
toms. We argued they must be Jap Glaciers flow from the land into
some guy you didn't know and had
sympathizers, or else they would a. never bothered would ever try to the sea, where a portion breaksoff
have been busy helping win the war. kill you through mosquito netting in thus forming the giant ice-
out .45's and by a bergs that start their travels in
Sq f we pulled our a place called Java.' The brief case
coincidence they all got into that was okay." the open waters. Sometimes these
truck, and dug us some of the nicest bergs appear to be black, due to
foxholes you ever saw. After "And the queer thing was," said the fact that, while still land-

that, when the alarm would go off Margo, "that just at this time the locked, dust has settled on their re,.''.
; 7129aa we could run to those foxholes and report got back to America that surface, to, be superimposed with '
swing a gun-" we knocked down five Frank was dead. He'd been killed in a thin layer of transparent ice.
Zeros with them in the short time a flying accident in Java. I was It is curious that though the Ant-

we were there. t; -j down in Florida by then, and the arctic continent supports very lit-

"We were fixing up our planes, only man I could really talk to was tle animal e, the Antarctic seas
too. Our tail guns had finally cured Cliff Jensen, an Air Corps boy we are more crowded with it than the
the Japs of making attacks from be- had known at March and Albuquerque tropical seas. Practically 90 per.

hind. Now they were coming in at and later at Morrison Field. cent of the world's supply of

all directions, hunting for our soft "He was stationed near by, and whale-oil comes from whales harpooned '

spots, feeling us out like we were now was working twenty-one hoursa in \the Antarctic ocean. r 'il j

er A.., + some dame on a sofa, but mostly day for the rest of the gang who Apart from whales, however, the _:;
tlct1J they were hitting us head-on, be- were fighting in Java. I could real- inhabitants are mainly minute "'

cause they discovered that in the ly talk to Cliff-we understood each forms of marine life. ':'j
nose we had only a single little .30- other. The rumor that Frank was .
;. caliber. I guess the designers, aftI I I dead somehow reached Australia, ::

er putting in those tail guns, had and of course the Air Corps is a PROTECTS CHAFED SKIN

JIFFY knit these two smart bags figured they could rest on their laurels small place. In a few days Colonel ss ..
that will mark you as a well- but you can never do that longin Truesdell in California heard it from MOROLfl1E1WHITE ,

dressed woman. They're done in a war. one of the ferry pilots, and a feM PETROLEUM JELLY
heavy upholstery cord. "So we got busy there on Madiun days later Cliff heard of it. He

Field. We mounted a big .50-caliber didn't tell me, because he wasn't r
down in the navigator's compart- quite sure, but some people thought Idea in TransitA
tern Cord 7129 used contains for smart directions Jiffy knit for bags.two bags Pat.; ment, rigging it so it would fire out it had really happened."I thought is an idea in transit.

stitches; list of materials needed. of the ventilator. And for good could feel the difference. They -Pythagoras. '\

Due to an unusually large demand and measure we stuck in another .30- were looking at me queerly now.
current war conditions slightly] more time caliber. They would say what a fine boy ,
Is required in filling orders for a few of "Since then Frank 'had ,,'
they're carrying out been. Or that they were ?
the most popular, pattern_ numbers. 2/JIuSuf/tA
Send'your order to: this idea at the factory, but the only praying for his safe return. They
way any factory can learn what is never understand. They can't see fOl ..IIOIICBU Alt Mill IF

I Sewing Circle Needlecraft Dept. needed is from the combat crews .l that what you're anxious about is RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO

I 564 W. Randolph St. Chicago 80, HI. themselves. not the distant future,' but this very i
Enclose 15 cents (plus one cent to "That was the week I got into night. Is he hungry? Must he go
cover cost of mailing) for PatternNo something way over my head in this out on a mission? Maybe he's been -,

liaison work," said Frank, "but first same fist which held the flash. badly hurt during the day, and you .
Name you ought to look at that big de luxe light also held a steel knife. don't know it yet. \
hotel which was the unofficial capi- "Praying that everything will be
Address: : tal of Java. Its lobby, bar, and din suspected they were listening in all right during those weeks and

ing room were crowded with uni the corridor outside. One evening a months to come scares you-it's ask- :

forms-British, Dutch, and American. couple of the pilots were down from ing too much, you're afraid. You Large*Bottled ClIIIOR>:ttu USE iiuuulli2-OUT AS DI1ECTED Small Size PAL LOc

It looked like a Hollywood. cos- Malang-going back the same night just pray he's all right tonight, and All till D8DG S1CUS lilt HUL n receipt if'price ( .
GET RHEUf,1AJIC PAIN tume parade. -sitting on my bed while we talked isn't wounded, and will get enough MelElt OBOE co., lie. jmifllllllt C, flCIIDtIRRITATIONS \"

AFTER 1 "The Dutch are great eaters, and over new orders, ,and somehow a sleep, so he'll be strong and alert
V/lth a Htdlclno that will Prove Itself they have something they call reis- feeling grew on me we were being and have a good chance tomorrow.
If you suffer from rheumatic painor taffel. You order it and then sit watched. I whispered to the othersto You don't dare ask more. un 1 OF

for muscular real pain-relieving aches, buy help.C-2223 60c today, $1. back and eat while twenty-three go on talking, slipped off my "Also those strong plump sun- aa EXTERNAL CAUSE

Caution: Use only as directed. First waiters line up and walk by your table shoes, tiptoed to the door. Just as burned men who could leave their Acne pimples, eczema factory dermatitis -
bottle purchase price is refunded each different I it I caught of business for simple ringworm,tatter, salt rheum,
carrying a sauceor opened a glimpse a months to lie aroundon bumps, (blackheads), and ugly broken-
If you are not satisfied. Get C-2223. fish or bowl of relish or rice. white robe flitting around the corner. the Florida sands were very 'real- out skin. Millions relieve itching, burn-

"In the bar you might see the When I got out into the blacked-out istic' about the war-sure it was alla ] ing and soreness of these miseries with

The Fertilizer boys of Patrol Wing 10 in from reconnaissance corridor, I could see nothing. But terrible mess and everything was Eimplo once. Aids home healing treatment., works Goes the to antiseptic work at

Improved"MARVEL" drinking Daiquiristhis then I was sure. going to pieces, offering me lots of way. Use Black and White Ointment only
N )t and SeedDistributor ( hotel was Navy billeting head- "That night I slept with my brief sympathy. But what had any of 03 directed. lOc, 25c, 50c sizes.25 years'

quarters), and often I would see my case underr my pillow. In addition. them ever done to get us a decent success. Money-back guarantee. Vitalin famous
cleansing is good soap. Enjoy -
old Hollywood High School classmate every bed was provided with a Dutch Air Force in the past? Or what good Black and White Skin Soap daily.
r- John Robertson sitting there in his widow. At first the American pilots were they or their 'realism' doing

off hours, very handsome in his Naval didn't know what to make of this anyone now? I liked Cliff's better.He .

/ pilot's uniform, and with him and would kick them out on the floor.I knew what the boys were up
i was the most beautiful girl in Sura- should maybe explain that a Dutch against and was up half the night
baya. widow is a long padded bolster, andif trying to hurry reinforcements. Out Have You a Problem?

"She had dark hair, and an almost you sleep with it between your of the little we had (and he knew

ghostly pale face that was sad in re knees, it keeps your legs from press- how little),- so they could hold what Let us help. Send for plan
pose. Then a smile would quickly ing together and sweating in the they could. Cliff made sense.* The
light It up, and you'd wonder how tropical heat. After a while the rest was a nightmare." WORLDWIDE PRAYER CHAINBox

you could ever have thought that. pilots began to like them. 3023 East Long Beach, Calif.
And the most beautiful legs in the "But that night I went to sleep "When we'd first hit Java," said h
city. When she'd walk through the wondering about the white shapeI'd Frank, "we'd been full of the offen- t

The bar clinging to John's arm and looking seen flit around the corner. It sive spirit-sure we were going to
cat +'
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tleman'smost "'< up at him, even the oldest and seemed about the same size as the roll the Japs back off the Philippinesonto FOR QUICK

crabbiest admiral would rustle a lit- waiter who had been staring at me Formosa withthose thousand ;_ :REUEfI TiA
valuable tle in his chair and lean out to give in the dining room for the past three planes which, according to rumor, .

ment.equip them a formal inspection. days. Only staring isn't quite the were coming within three months.; Soothing S A LV E
The second month almost
was
WEIIImlalifo ::1r S Mrr "John was very busy and I don't word. Because this particular little up ANTISEPTICUsed
..., linn. FREE Folder. : think he gave her much thought, chili-picker had glassy eyes like a now, Java was unsteady under our by thousands with satisfactory fe
feet and we'd so far received about suIts for 40 -six valuable ingredients.
years : -
but still it's nice to have the most turtle. I could never catch them directly Get Carboil at drug stores or write
The above picture shows one Distributor beautiful girl in town crazy about on me, but I had the feeling it two dozen P-40's, maybe a few more Spurlock-Neal Co., Nashville, Tcnn
t assembled as shipped.The inset (circled) Forts than that, and seven divebombers.
.,, has hopper detached to show working you, to the point where it even both- was I he was interested in. ,
Hardly fifty planes in all.
r r' parts and mechanism. ers the admirals. "Two nights later Lieutenant Jac-
"Now knew the offensive
Developed especially for Pasture "She was, so they said, a very quet came up from Malang. By the out for we the time being. What was e
and Orchard Improvement high Dutch socialite and had lots of time we had finished work it was so we ( ) io t"
for fighters-to defend _
f prayed was
All heavy steel electrically welded money, which you, might guess by late I suggested he'd better spend
what left of our Forts and those
E r construction how simple and expensive her eve- the night with me. I put my briefcase was
Dutch
t rt Spreads all broadcast materialsTopDressingNitratePhosphateLime ning dresses were. In."the daytimeshe i under my pillow as usual. On beautifully fields. With Camouflaged fighters to hold them air-
wore a beautifully tailored uni- this particular night it contained
off, we knew we could hold Java.
form of one of the woman's volun- something important I don't
rf -Slag-all commercial fertilizers and so even "All right, suppose the Japs had
teer organizations. I think, like to talk about it
seed broadcasting operations. she drovea now. Maybe moved into Timor and cut the jugu-
; Pulled by wagon,trucktractor. Capacity 35 car for the Dutch General Staff, that was why I slept uneasily. Or lar vein from Australia that
so our
f gallons of 300 Ibs. Can spread 25 to 30 foot "Meanwhile my job was growing maybe because the whole outlookfor
swath at IS miles pec hour. P-40's could no longer hop on the
Now in use in over 40 states by leaps and jumps. In that hotel the war was so bad. I realizedin island chain, to us on their belly
ORDER TODAY- IMMEDIATE SHIPMENT dining room you might see General the Philippines I had only been tanks? Why not a carrier? Couldn'tthe
Specify whether you want one for tires or Wavell, the British Commander in lucky, and I might never get out of I I Navy spare just one-which J
lugged wheels. Chief, or Admiral Hart, or General Java. It was very hot, and in theI could load with P-40's in Australia -
Price $100.00 F.0.B. Demopolis,Alabama Brett, who commanded the United distance a thunderstorm was mut- and then up when it was still ;

AH thtpmtntipaid or S.D.B.L.advance attached, G O.D. Nations Air Force, or Van Oeyen, tering as it moved toward the city. several hundred miles from Java e ,1

DEALERS WANTEDH.P.RANDALL the Dutch Commander in Chief. I "Anyway, I'd been lightly asleepfor and out of range of the Jap bombers,

MANUFACTURING CO. Ltd. was circulatipg among the tables, about an hour when a glare it could turn the P-40's loose, let ,
P.O.Bex 272 and my brief case was so crammed awoke me. It was a flashlight, held them fly on in to us, and go back Get Into Action
with hot information I wouldn't trustit close-a haze of
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bill of rights?
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kid with friend Joe Mc- 2. Which its i:
// game my country names capital Skillfully put together.
\) ) Carthy, manager of the Yankees. : after an American president? 2. Liberia (Monrovia).
Here we watched the picked teams 3. Why is it wrong to say that a 3. A knot is a rate of speed, not
: \ '/ : c from the East and West, representing ship "travels 20 knots an hour"? I. distance-one nautical mile per
',' 28 cities and states, at 17 4. What is a plant which sheds hour. One should say the ship

t: ,) years or younger. And it was here its leaves periodically called? traveled "20 knots." <*y f[II 1
or that I saw the soft spot of this sport. 5. What price was paid to Rus- 4. Deciduous. ,
Baseball is rated our national sia for Alaska and the Aleutians? 5. We paid $7,200,000. f
: I 6. Who always "has the last 6. The
game. There are more kids who junior officer, with his
would rather play baseball than any word" in the navy, the senior or "Aye, aye, sir." I
other sport.Baseball the junior officer? 7. Ten. .1
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is our greatest game.

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) 'oaseball has drawn __ _
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". : all includ- curtains ,for any room. Crisp,
owners,
sheer
material such as lawn or organdie '
ing my good friend may be used and white or

Judge Landis, have .,y i. a plain light color will be most ef-
almost completely r fective. The curtains
: are hung
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J. above eye level on a single rod
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schools and .
colleges ,
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material giving a very decorative "
1 worse. effect and the rings sewn to the .'",1
: : Our young football players have ti o r!
"I' the best of coaching in high school.
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They move to the best coaching in 2MARK a TITCH EAM SNAPPY FACTS i
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'acts when they reach the pros. ABOUT

,,' IJr l / o .ay w a Our young golfers have the finest ', 1URN TOP RUBBERBsfere ,
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coaching and instruction that anyone I I :DYER 4'ON ..I
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TO BE able to sew and to design corrected on the way up. 'ji
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-r; \' pretty clothes for yourself a The same is true of our basketball f" .BASTEji .'jJ
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".'':: real asset hi one's life. Enthusiasmfor players and our track men. The PRE55 the:; end of the year, ':s,:
: "making your own" is spreading same is true of our swimmers. They '= TURN 9 RINGS SEW the U. S. should be producing I "i
<'' among women everywhere these have the best of the coachingandthe o enough man-made rubber to : :'i i
days.It best of breaks. fill all military and essential aj.j,
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,1-_ pastime ,to sew with dainty wash box offices. Baseball doesn't.Any I .'a
of B. F. Goodrich, who foresees -
materials midsummer. Even tackled sport that brings in
during you ever suit-making proj- money the ofSOOOOntons :
output <
points of the make it
, the amateur covered herself with ect before because you can get expert gets prompt'' attention. Those that sible to' slide scallops the curtains back pos- of synthetic rubber in 1944. 0 -,I
glory in fashioning the easy-to-sew help in latest dressmaker tricks don't are ignored. ;.3
summery cottons and rayon weaves and sewing short-cuts at your local Football gets first recognition, and forth on the rods. Neglect, of the rubber plantations :)
': that seemed to be lovelier this year sewing center and many important from high,chools on up through college The trick in making the scal- now under Japanese control maybe ';3'
loped hem is .in being ,sure that a benefit In disguise, accord- .
than before. Comes how- stores throughout the I.
ever now,
country now on into pro ranks. the curved follow ing to authorities, since postponing 1
edges
: a sharp,
ever, the time'when homesewers are conduct sewing classes in :
; connec- Why? Many college football teams clean-cut line. All the the topping of rubber trees tends I
thinking in terms of good-looking ap- tion with their fabric department. play to financial clean-ups that run steps are Ito Improve their subsequent yields. I ,
shown here in
the
,. diagrams. Usea
., : {:' parel that will prove ,the perfect Among other things you will be from $500,000 to $1,000,000. I ;:
o-2.. ,. choice to bridge the gap between taught to make easy adjustments to Baseball can't even touch these small saucer or a large cup Normally only one per cent of the :
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for the and rubber consumed In the U. S. went
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marking scallops,
. summer and fall and then to carry your figure with the aid of a dress figures. So why bother with baseball '
J Info the manufacture of medical, t,
,' when turn them right side out,
you
on through the late autumn days form of plastic materials molded in- ?
sundries,
dental and ,
surgical, drug ;
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worn under a'chic'lbpcoat.: dividually to own contours. -.J. ; put smoothly .
., your while more than 72 per cent was '
Back to the Kids9 Game the points with a pin.
'1 Today the ,first consideration in You'll get a lot' of pleasurablewear used by the tire Industry. ..;
: wardrobe planning from a practical out of a gay cardigan bolero Here is the pick of the country'skids NOTE The graceful corner bracket ;
l point of view is how much is needed version that contrasts skirt'and playing baseball at the Polo that you see beside the window in the tfr .I I -.
to look well dressed, and how about jacket as shown to the right in the Grounds. They were young, strong, sketch, also the stenciled wooden cookie ,.1'i:

f:" the "stretching" possibilities of one's illustration. Fuchsia wool is used for fast and packed with spirit. But box. 266.on the The counter shelf is are fourteen made with inches patternNo. wide ,'., ,..-".
It wardrobe. It is the many-purpose this bolero, navy wool for the' skirt. anyone could see the instruction they and the box is about seven inches high. ,. ;,.' :
: wear of one's clothes that dominates The sleeves are bracelet length to had missed, which young football The pattern for the shelf and the quaint '" ;,
" ,a!l' in the general scheme of costume team with the new longer length players, young golfers, young tennis peasant figures and lettering on the box >> i io !
actual size. All and color
designs for the duration period. If gloves. The hat and bag to matchis players or, young basketball players guide are are included. Patterns directions are 15 cents I
.:.3' ',,' you want to look fashion-right and another sewing achievement that would have received.On each postpaid. Address: ,
I yet keep within bounds of a strict can be yours for the trying in that more than one occasion Joe j FGoorich I
;' J ). wartime budget, you'll be wise in patterns are so easily available for McCarthy, one of the smartest man- MRS. RUTH WYETH SPEARS
making a dual-personality bolero all types of stunning accessory sets. agers baseball has ever known, one Bedford Hills New York
: suit your immediate choice. For You may prefer the bolero style of the game's closest students- Drawer 10 S -

...-: :: capricious summer-into-fall weather, that takes on a classic notched collar would point out various faults.It Enclose 15 cents for each pattern .

.;: ';}, a and-skirt youthful,costume simple to is make the bolero-ideal and revers with straight long I might be a catcher-it might be Name ordered................................
sleeves as shown to the left. Make an infielder-it might be a hitter-
j :' choice. With different blouses ands it in a pastel woolen, for color is ; "I'd like to have that kid around Address .t............................
interchangeable accessories it going rampant throughout the new I just a while," Joe would say. "I'd
I' stands ready for any event, every fall style program. Restrained full- like to tell him just a few things r
:; day of the week. ness is achieved with cluster i before his fault becomes a habit." i

::. I:I It doesn't matter much whether at the front of the column-slim gathers skirt. I Bobby Jones, Walter Hagen, Gene :... .Snap Crackle/Pop! ...: 1-

I The ingenious sewer is given Sarazen, Francis Ouimet, Chick Evans ,
r I something new to think about in way these and many others, were
,t Pink Chiffon Blouse I of decorative button and buttonhole great golfers before they were 21. 1
Ih"f' I technique that is enhancing so manyof Golf gave them their chance. : 'de'ft :

the newer costumes. You can Football has been piled up with 1
\ achieve smart individuality for the stars who were 19 or 20.
P I garment you are making if you avail Baseball has known only a few :
yourself of the button-making and who were big leaguers at this age. I RICE KRISPI 1
fabric-covered button service and The answer is that only a few con-
plastic button collections offered at nected with baseball have made any :
the notion counters of local sewing effort to see that young ball players .Th'C"I..cre.tF..ds.-16II' II
centers. The pen-and-ink sketches to from 14 to 16, ever get the right ,
Kellogg's Rice Krispies equal the .11
the left illustrate instruction. '
some of the "
< l S,:%_ -T new
and fascinating button and button- Wish Egan of Detroit is one of whole ripe grain in nearly all the 'Ii 0' J
hole maneuvering that is going on the few who has done a fine job protective food elements declared I
at present. Note the cunning use of along these lines. Egan has devel- e essential to human nutrition. .lI;1$. !

which handmade together embroidered with gay fabric-cov-leaves, oped George more Weiss than of a the few Yankees young is stars.an- ........... ::::::;z lJls I II

ered'buttons, add a decorative touchto other. There are just a few more. I

the jacket sketched at the top. But in the main baseball doesn't \
A most exciting touch of indi- look after its own-and its own are i iSHS
viduality that sewing center experts the kids who should be the stars of
recommend is made-to-order monogrammed the future,.who never get the chanceor
buttons. You can make who drift into other games. SUCKS YOUR BLOOD J

each button a standout by centering Minor league managers tell me

. Lpo it against a diamond shaped pieceof they get these kids, full of faults, and leaves
> ,/.. fabric as shown in the center and haven't the time to bother aboutit. I

motifs sketch. are The easy fabric to diamond applique shaped on the .The "naturals" can take care of LIVING DEATH!! ;

J-: ,/ jacket closing if you use the zig- themselves. So they come from the ,. ,

zagger ,attachment on your ma minors to the majors and are either I
chine. The tiny fabric squares sent back or hang around for twoor !

with pinked edges done on the sew- three years, to be taught all over. ,
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ing machine pinker attachment If baseball drew the same type of
are
Stop her before she bites with FLIT! j
centered
j m """ with clever buttons for the instruction or coaching that football, f

1 This stunning dinner blouse is of jacket sketches.pictured last in the pane] basketball, golf and tennis getfromthe Flit Even is the sudden dread death Anopheles to all.mosquitoes.. the mosquito Yes! A !I
4' blush best in the business-there wouldbe sick to, I,
pink chiffon with black, green that carries malaria from a man -you
.., and rose colored paillettes worked Released by Western Newspaper Union. a jump of at least 30 per cent in the mosquito you can tell, because itJ t !
M--- in star motifs. Emphasis on the baseball efficiency between the ages stands on its head is easy to kill with Flit.Buy .1 '
; d\. luxury blouse is noted throughout Gold-Color Fleece Coats of 19 and 21. But unfortunately in an ample supply of Flit, today! !
r i the fall showings. Either they are Style trends to gold this country too often the dollar
point color for comes first. kills files, ants,
h : handsomely embroidered, gli they the popular fleece coats that are The answer I get is this-"Let FL I T moths, bedbugs and
glamoured or hand-painted, or being shown for fall. Merchants regard its
are made of handsome rich fabrics it as(the number one color and baseball start to pay way" andyou'll all mosquitoes. tun.Cow. .
f such as brocades, lame satin- see a big difference. It will ,, :.' i
or say a marked preference is being from fu.Stan rmmonntd i
get the same "overemphasis"
striped materials. Very smart shown for
this
radiant
are autumn hue.
coaches and others that football doe t
the new blouses of gleaming slipper Camel tan is still a favorite. Brown now. ?

satin. and green, are the next in I


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PAGE TEN fTn.mrJR, ( { nH l THE CLEWISTON YEWS FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 1. 1911 ,:\1 I
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Important Meeting Feed and supplies .............. 399.08' received by me as County Judge and STATE OF FLORIDA ) I II I Total receipts ....................1784.76 I
,! Postage and telegrams .... 13.41 of the expenses paid, or for which I I COUNTY OF HENDRY ) ss: Total expenses .................... 896.00 '
Saturday At 2:30 P. M. ; Finger Print Kit: ....,.......... 6.50 have become liable, for the six R. N. Miller, County of Hen- Net income .............:__........ 888.76
I months ending June 30; 1944. dry, State of Florida, to solemnlyswear STATE OF FLORIDA )
i I j '' $2,878.29 R. M. HARRIS. that the foregoing is _
a
true OF
News COUNTY HENDRY ) ss:
(Hendry County ) i( Total receipts _..........._.......$4,055.82Total Sworn to and subscribed before correct and complete report of all Dennis Small, County of Hen- II I-.
'There will be a meeting of the expenses ..__..............$2,878.29'Net I'I.me this 15th day of July.A. D. 1944. fees, commissions or remuneration dry, State of Florida, do solemnly
$J erglades Cattle Association Sat-! Income _.......................$1,177.63STATE I'I (NOTARIAL SEAL,) received by me as Tax 'Collector and swear that the foregoing Is a true, t
lirday, 2:30 p. m., in the courtroom !SYLVIA) M. HILL of the
OF FLORIDA ) expenses paid, or for whichI correct and complete report of all '
tm the second floor of the court-j COUNTY OF HENDRY ) ss: !I Notary Public. State of have become liable for the six fees, commissions or remuneration
h use. i I, Bill Maddox, County of Hen-. Florida at Large. months ending June 30, 1944. : received by me as Assessor of Taxes
All cattlemen, whether members I I dry, State of Florida, do solemnly My commission expires July 30, R. N. MILLER and of the expenses paid, or for
not have been II'
OI the association or ,
attend. This is declared a swear that the foregoing is a true; 1947. Sworn to and subscribed befo.'e I which I have become liable for the !
urged to
importance to all I correct 'and complete report of all I me this 15th day of July, ,A. D. 1944. six months ending June 30, 1944. ;
of great
meeting WILLIAM T. I ,
fees, commissions or remuneration I HULL, CLERK CIRCUIT (CLERK'S SEAL) DENNIS SMALL. j
livestockmen. !
received by me as Sheriff, and of COURT .
Wra. T. HULL, Clerk Sworn to and subscribed before
the expenses paid, or for which I I REPORT OF RECEIPTS, EXPEN- Circuit Court. i
me this 15th day of July, A. D/ 1944.CLERK'S '
School Budget have become liable for the six SES AND NET INCOMEFor By NEZ MAGILL D. C. ( SEAL) '
months ending June 30, 1944.. the six months period ending : .
(Continued from Page 1)i i I I BILL MADDOX, Hendry County. June 30, 1944. Wm. T. Hull, Clerk **,,
i I Sworn to and subscribed before Receipts From IndividualsFees DENNIS SMALL ASSESSOR OF Circuit Court.

seconded by Evers that M. N. Tay-;I me this 15th day of July, 1944. tax redemptions ............$701.70 TAXES I By INEZ MAGILL, D. C.
RECEIPTS
lor be employed as Grader Man for II!. (CLERK'S SEAL) Recording .............................. 715.80 REPORT OF EXPENSES -I Motion by Poole seconded by
the entire county at a salary of, WILLIAM T. HULL, Chancery .............................. 65.85 AND NET INCOME I Evers that the bills be paid as read.
$150.00 per month. Motion carried. Clerk Circuit Court.. Law ........................................ 10.00 For the- six months period Motion carried. The County Judge
The Clerk having failed to submit I By INEZ MAGILL, D. C. Certified copies *..:................ 6.00 June 30, 1944. ending..I submitted his report of fines'and
the six months' reports of the fee R. M. HARRIS COUNTY JUDGE Receipts From costs adjudged to the county for the I II
officers at the August meeting the I REPORT OF RECEIPTS, EXPENSES $1,499.35 Everglades Drainage ............$4 9 9.56 month of. August. A report of the
same( were submitted and ordered AND NET INCOMEFor From Governmental Agencies From Governmental Agencies I jail inspector wanting a new jail
in the minutes of the Board. I the six months period ending Clerk Board CountyCommissioners State ......................................$ 27.36 was read. The Board having fixed
recorded
Redemptions ............ ............. 181.91:
today for
final
Reports as follows: I June 30, 1944.1ieeeipts ..............1350.00 adoption of its bud- Ii'< .
BILL MADDOX, SHERIFF I From Individuals I County (1944) .................?. 720.36 get and for fixing the millage for '!:

REPORT OF RECEIPTS EXPENSES Hunting, fish and trapping Totals :.........................$1,350.00 County (1943)) (Retainage 355.57 the county and schools and it be-
NET INCOME licenses ..............................127.25 Total receipts ............$2,849.35 ing found that the schools were not '
Por the AND six months period ending Drivers licenses .................... 45.30; Expenses Paid and Due Totals ..........................$1,285.20 I||! yet ready the following motion was

Tune 30, 1944Receipts Marriage licenses ................ 99.00 Postage ..................................$ 44.90 : Total receipts ..........-.$1,784.76Expenses i i II made: Motion by Poole seconded
Prom Individuals I Probate cases ...........-........... 45.00 Clerk hire ....................'........ 750.00 I Paid and Due I I by Evers that the Board recess until
Help _..............................._..... called into
licenses ... $6 0 0.00 I[ session the chairman.
Civil Income ..........................$31.00 Occupational .......... 2.50 Telegrams and refunds .... 13.57 by
,Arrests for Others.................. 14.25 Beverage licenses ................ 1.25 Recorders ..........\\................... 146.75 Transportation ...................... 210.00 Motion carried.. .
(! Postage ................................, 26.00 WILLIAM T. HULL,

Totals ..............................$45.25 Totals ............................$320.30 955.22 i Attending meetings- _........... 60.00 I Clerk. \
From Governmental Agencies From Governmental "Agencies Total receipts, ..:....:............$2,849.35 i 00'968$ J. O. DAVIDSON, ::
Hendry County Criminal cases ..................$1,045.15Fine Total expenses .................... 955.22 I Chairman. (lK'r

Warrants and Capias ....,...2022.36 i' and forfeiture .......... 3.00 Net income ..........'.....?....... 1,894.13 --- ------ ------ --- -- --- rrrw
Witness subpoenas .............. 3.95 [ Juvenile judge .................. 180.00 STATE OF FLORIDA ) "
'Handling prisoners ............ 160.63 COUNTY OF HENDRY ) ss: Ill IIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIM! :.;: lIII"IIII"II! ft'IIIIIIIIIIIIII 1111"llIillll I"lllilllllll III; IIIIIII 1 JJl11

Jury service ...................... 29.50 Totals ........................1228.15 I, William T. Hull, Clerk Circuit
'Court attendance .............. 464.00 Total receipts ....:.......$1,548.45 Court County of. Hendry, State of
Attendance Co. Com ........ 36.00 Expenses Paid and Due Florida do solemnly swear that the ?
'Commissions on Col- Postage ..................................$ 20.00 foregoing is a true, correct and Help Provide More Guns i'

lections .......................... 202.13 Office help and commissionfor complete report of all fees, commis- :
Feeding Co. prisoners ...... 649.50 sale of licenses ............ 450.29 sions or remuneration received by ,;,. 'i (

'Guard Hire ........................ .364.00 me as Clerk Circuit Court and of X l
'Commitments to State Total expenses ................$470.29 the expenses' paid, or for which I .. V'eu> l
Institutions .................... 50.00 Total receipts ...................$1,548.45 have become liable, for the six +. BUY x?
Delivering Ballot Boxes .... 28.50 Total expenses ....................$ 470.29 months ending June 30, 1944. '. (' "
Net income ..........................$1,078.16STATE WILLIAM T. HULL. '!. WAR y't

Totals ...........................$ ,10.57 OF FLORIDA ) Sworn to and subscribed beforeme y
Total Receipts ............$4,055.82 COUNTY OF HENDRY ) ss: this July 15, 1944. BONDS. I;
Expenses Paid and Duo I, R. M. Harris, County of Hen- (SEAL OF COUNTY JUDGE) :

Deputy Hire, I. S. Bell dry, State of Florida, do solemnly R. M. HARRIS, County Judge.R. : from income y
and 'J. W. Powers ..........1950.00 swear that the foregoing is a true, N. MILLER, TAX COLLECTOR :: :I

Arrest by others ................ 43.14 || correct and complete report of all REPORT OF RECEIPTS, EXPEN- ._ s ( )
Auto expense .................... 466.16 '1 fees, commissions or remuneration SES AND NET INCOMEFor "i' OFFICIAL f.
the six months period ending ':'' PHOTOGRAPH ;
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ivr June 30, 1944.Receipts S. ARMY > :-
I':;: SIGNAL CORPS S
From IndividualsAuto 1.fis :i:
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: j Today's CONN-GRAPH Bv,Peters: 'l From tags Governmental.......................Agencies..__...$396.50 1 r ? } tX

County ................................:...$'399.60 ( A
Schools .................................. 198.50 'S
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PF {f r j jt Mrs. District ..:...............:........... 173.64 Y V :A:
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., Clewiston D. District ............ 29.48 V '
) Jones It may be someone V
Sugarland D. District .......... 16.75 V I"L..J'F
f inviting you for a ride in a
; car we just re-conditioned. South Fla. Conserv. Dist .... 25.83 V V : i

j Diston Island ........................ .23 V'
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r .4 q Redemption-County .......... 89.98 V: ..
Tax sale i.................................. 158.54 VI"'
i' HENDRY State, ,..................................... 23.S3 V: / .:..
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COUNTY Totals ..__.......__...._.......$1,116.46 ( .A. '
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Clerk hire .....--.....................$420.00 y
; MOTORS
X ,Car expense ...........?...__...... 275.00 t y y
t Postage and reports ............ 7.50 V
CLEWISTOX, FLORIDA, Dues and ads :....................... 25.00 + yv


Total expenses ..............$725.50 v V A
"You're waited out front on the phone Mrs. Jones Total receipts ....................$1,116.46 V

I Total expenses .................. 725.50 VE
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