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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 15, 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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.... Record Enrollment As Whistle No Air Raids Back So In UseCarl RAF Flier, Hero of Pyle




New School Term Opens Column Trained Here
.. H. Berner, head of the Aircraft ,
<," ... Warning division of the County -

". .... 0 Defense Council stated this week
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' )} 425 Students Enrolled' Special Services At was that designated the sugar as mill the whistle chief ,air which raid Parent-Teachers To Was ,!jln Course Four


C. T\ On Monday In Riddle Field Sunday warning signal for Clewiston two Meet Tuesday NightThe Graduating From 'II:
years ago, has been released and will
..
12 Grades go into use next Monday by the Riddle FieldThere r

{ Special services will be held .it United States Sugar Corporation. first meeting of the Parent-

\ The Clewiston school began itsj I Riddle Field Sunday morning to Mr. Berner states that it is probable Teachers Association in the new are few Americans who are
i commemorate the culmination of the that everyone has forgotten by school year ''will be held next Tues-
not familiar
1944-45 term Monday morning with ) with the story, as told i
this
time that this whistle
e. was
Battle of Britain. The services day evening at he school auditor-
} 'preliminary registration of all students by Ernie Pyle in his column from
t r will start at nine o'clock in the designated as a warning signal but ium at eight o'clock, according to France, of the courageous Royal
enrollment totalling'A
and an
wishes notice to be ,given to avoid I
i
: than sixty than patio and everyone is cordially invited the announcement of Mis. A. O. Air Force pilot who was found
: '425 greater by more ,
r" I' to attend. any alarm which might be felt when Ward,
president.
trapped in his wrecked plane still
:the opening enrollment last term. on ,
<: 'I', .- There will be a full church pa- the whistle blows Monday. I The meeting will be followed, bya alive and in good spirits after eight
: A brief assembly was held at nine Mr. Berner also his I
expresses
I ap-
rade all officers and enlisted
by men reception for the teachers and days imprisonment He had been
. rc '. ,:, o'clock Monday to introduce theI of all courses. Rev. H. C. Meador, preciation to the sugar corporation : a nice program is being arranged.It badly wounded but his determination -
}- faculty members and to make an- for' reserving this whistle for this
I pastor of the Clewiston Baptist is urged that every patron of the 'to live brought him through and
nouncements to the students. Parents -
use during this period.
long
Church will preach the sermon. school be present if possible. although a leg wound will preventhis
were invited but there was
walking for a year or longer, he
left in the
tle standing room
lit-I Earns Commendation is getting along fine back in
Eng-
torium Sugar
I I sembled.The .after the students' were Tigers To Play'Auburndale I CorporationSeeks land.

There 'c'.. PrioritiesTo Last week Pyle left France and
for the
faculty year is como -
I, $; :plete with the exception of a bandmaster I Build Plant returned to England, immediately ;
o. Pulp .
':,L; and librarian but an addition- Next Friday NightThe hunting up this wounded flier whose

''f/{: -al first-grade teacher will probably courage had impressed him so greatly. -
T He found him after difficulty :
,
be added as soon as possible to take Clewiston High School Tigers i. According to information releasedby some '

o 1 .(. ... care of the heavy enrollment in that open the first eleven-man football the office of Rep. J. Hardin and in his column, published -
r p. grade. Mrs. H. B. Magill, last year's I team schedule in the history of the Peterson in Washington this week Thursday morning he named the !'

.. '" sixth ,grade teacher, is teaching that school next Friday when they tote United States Sugar Corporationhas flier, Flight Lieutenant Robert
grade_ until a replacement can be I journey to Auburndale to face a made application for priorities i Gordon Fallis Lee of Surrey, Eng.,
and stated that he had been train- i
obtained. reputedly strong Auburndale eleven. to build a paper pulp mill in Clewiston. -
ed at Riddle Field, Clewiston, Flor- i
Last year, on opening day there Johnny Sullivan will serve as .
..
'
I ida. He was a member of Course
'
were 220 students in grades one captain for this game, and,the startling i This report states that the project Four.

through six and this year there are' line-up ,is as follows: i has been approved in some of ?ts

'261; in the junior high grades, Pape, left'' end; Torbert, left' .% b stages and the congressional dele- Instructors and friends at Riddle i

seven through nine, the enrollment tackle; Blount, left guard; Conk- i : ,". < gation is urging prompt final approval 'Field immediately recalled LAC Lee !
'f.- shows a slight drop this year from ling, center; Beardsley, right guard; /;\? ,- i as an "exceptionally good flier" and :

104 to 101 but in senior high there. Thomas, right tackle; Holland, right ":- % : The pulp would be made from his "ginger-colored .hair, bushy i

.' were only 39 enrolled last year and end; McLeod, Sullivan, Wilcox and / sugar cane" bagasse, or the sugar] moustache and complexion usually

.i L "63 this year. j Waldron, backs. ,, cane pulp after the juice is extracted -;!|: associated with red hair" and the
I The remainder of the schedule is :'f which would then be used red-headed temperament which made
',
.t1 The first grade has 47 pupils, Miss
: p.
:
,'. ; Mildred Aubrey teacher; the second as follows: Sept. 29, Avon Park, y for making wrapping paper and for) him an outstanding fighter pilot.
,( there Oct. 6 Stuart here It box and carton "Lee officers
grade has 35 pupils, Mrs. M.' H. ; ; Oct. 13, manufacturing. was thought by hereto
1 Moore Haven, here; Oct. 20, Dania, Paper made from the bagasse his.I be level-headed and dependable
Sharpe, teacher the overflow from
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'j there; Oct. 27, Belle Glade, there; I been. exhibited and offers------ a- satisfactory :: :.!! and a natural leader, as well as an
: and third has 31
the second grades,
:i.--s:, pupils and ,Mrs. Lillian Kerr is the j I Nov. 3, St. Peter and Paul (Miami) 'K ""',' <.',' ,',0:,, """>;'."" ,4 ', Y.' '.<'Sid..v: ;. i:;::: substitute for wood pulp for!extremely good pilot," Flight Lt. L.
I here; Nov. 10, Palm Beach, here; making kraft paper and cardboard''' N. Kenyon, adjutant at Riddle
teacher; the third grade has 38 pu-I I
Nov. 24 Okeechobee RICHARI M.' PATTERSON of which there, isa tremendous Field "He
: pils with Miss Alice Kerr as teacher -i!I here. I I r shortage -( said. was considered
I' Season tickets obtained at this time., 'i' good officer material
and
; \I', ; the fourth grade has 34 pupils can now be I I was
.... from members of the Girls' strongly recommended for
:; the 15th Richard a com
with Mrs. Walker as teacher; AAF In Italy-Cpt.

/.w :. t:. fifth, grade has 46 pupils with Mrs.1[ Varsity Club. ,Everyone is urged to M., Patterson, son of Mr.. and Mrs, I[ Officers Named For -,, mission." .

0 ,' ;' Frances Adkinson as. teacher;, the buy a ticket and help the athletic R. Y. Patterson, 302 E.. Circle Drive,,, Pyle told that the" plane, con-

,. 'sixth grade has thirty pupils! with I,1 l program. _..... lewiston, Fla., with,.,other men ofhis i Realty CorporationsOrganization .__ ,j sidered probably/ as just another: ',,=,
: TUrs., "Maglll atteaifcarv! : : :..- *i, '"fc---' headquarters squadron, has been ---- I wreck, was' by-passed' by troops for 1

.J" "': There is -breakdown- of the 1|!E. S.. Knight, Killed cited by Col. George R, Acheson, has' been( completed'. many, days as the: fast battle of-

: : r-.',..' nurahers- in the high school grades'''; Lewiston, Me., and Tampa, Fla., and officers, elected, for the three France went past it ,until one day ,; ,;

\. ; / "but a total enrollment of 164 is ]i j In Accident Saturday commanding officer of a Heavy new subsidiary corporations of the 'someone thought they: saw a hand !

.. '" 1'; shown "Mrs. Mary Baker will teach : Near Home In Alachua bombardment wing in Italy, for "fine I 1 j I United States Sugar Corporation wave from the hole in the side of

/ :_ English, science and history in' the work since arriving in this theatre" 11 which recently took, over the assets the plane. They investigated and, -
.. ;
;' '7th and 8th grades; Miss Pauline]I Colonel Acheson commended the of the Clewiston Realty, and Development found Lee trapped -in the cockpit of '1
,... Hull will teach home economics and I' E. S. Knight, until a few months squadron personnel for giving "un- Corporation. j,the plane lying on his back and so

.... biology; M. H. Sharpe will teach ago a resident of Clewiston while sparingly of ,their time and efforts 11 W. C. Owen, president of the old j trapped that he had little movementof

.. '.- '::' vocational agriculture, Mrs. C. E:j! serving as Atlantic Coast Line sec- in contributing to the successful corporation, will remain president!;i his body. He was conscious and

4.r, ; {O Bjornson will teach chemistry,I tion foreman in this area, was operation of the wing," which has i of the three new corporations which cheerful when the rescuers reached

" !: ..t Spanish, Latin, geometry and girls' I' critically injured Saturday near his directed aerial operations by B-24 i are the Clewiston Realty Corporation -'I him and they were unprepared for

: "" physical education; Mrs. Agnes, present home in Alachua when Liberators'of the Fifteenth Air ': the Harlem] Realty Corporation j: his statement that he had been

}i" Thomas will teach seventh and i struck by a truck, and passed away' Force against strategic Nazi targets and the Canal Point Realty Corpora. trapped for eight days without food

eighth grade mathematics and( Sunday in a Jacksonville hospital, In France, Italy, Austria, southern tion. Wm. T. Bitting will be secretary -:1 or water. He had a 'ghastly leg

;,,, t,..: ; algebra; Mrs. Charles Atwill will No details of the' accident have been I II Germany and the Balkans. "May I of the corporations, M. W. Bigg i j wound which he had received a few

,,": f' teach commercial subjects: Bernard learned. our joint efforts, In the future as in : treasurer and O. A. Jones assistant 1!! hours after he had been trapped, a

;1 L-, flyers will teach English, history, His daughter, Dorothy, who is the past, contribute to the destruction i secretary and treasurer. These four shell coming through the side of the

'; .. civics and boys' athletics. I employed at the, Sugar Office, and of our enemies and the early officers, with Jay W. Moran, execu-I plane and shattering the bone. Gaso-

;; On Tuesday the regular schedule the only one of the children now f I return of peace," the citation concludes tive vice-president of the United' line had poured out beneath him

i- of. classes was followed living in Clewiston, left at once for I Ii States Sugar Corporation, will constitute -| and his back was so badly burned
through
1 Alachua when informed of the ac- i the board of directors. Fred I that a gangrenous infection had set '
after the Issuance of books. On, Corporal Patterson was graduated "
\' Saturday morning the teachers of cident. There are three other chil- from Clewiston high school in 1940 I. C. Sikes will also serve as an as-! inHe told Pyle that after a day ;:
; dren, Sinclair Knight, now stationedat sistant I or so he ceased to be hungry but
: f the high school met to make 'final and was a student at the University secretary. '
I
t. Buckingham, Mrs. Lois Williamsof athirst tortured him terribly for a .
; ', the of Florida until he entered the service ".
the
plans for coming and in
> year
Jacksonville while The hole he had .
and Bobby, at home great longer.
t.t,. afternoon the grammar school facul- in June, 1943. Downs Purchase
with his parents thrust his hand through to wave land 1
ty met with the principal M. R. '.'
.. lt(" Stroud. Funeral services were held at CARD SHOWER FOR RAF FLIER 1 Turner Home HereMr. which brought rescuers, he had I
: i 11:00 Wednesday arM burial was in I laboriously made with a small plane f
Jft Every effort Is being made to ac- I Jacksonville at Evergreen Ceme- tool. .
. L'. ". commodate the great number oft tery. A suggestion has been made that and Mrs. C. L. Downs have I
$ Pyle pointed oftt that Lee had
7 pupils but it appears quite likely the people of Clewiston send a purchased the home ofIr.! and Mrs. been flying in combat for two years i

. ) }:' that some steps will have 'to be taken Moore Haven Boy shower of cards and letters to the Harry H. Turner near the St. Margaret's I and although his plane had often I
.J \:' shortly to provide courageous RAF flier 'whose ex- Catholic Church and expectto
_
Tery more space.
been hit
this
was, the first time he '
".-. ) l .. The new building, planned during Killed August ;23 periences were noted by Erie Pylein return to Clewiston to reside in I had been shot down. ; I;
"
6 ':j'i ;. ) the summer and then rejected as too I' recent columns. Because we October.
-I h, ., costly is again up for consideration In French Theatre think it an excellent suggestion the Mrs. Downs, former manager of "He remarked over andover" II
address, taken from Pyle's in again how lucky he was to be alive, .
:3 with a possibility that some govern- following the Clewiston Inn, has been
;; '; ment aid will be given for ,its con I column, is given and we hope that I charge of a resort hotel at Moor- Pyle said. "He was regretful that <: I
J. S. Cottrell of Moore Haven, the war would be be- >
'" t' ,struction. everyone will write a letter or 'send head City. North Carolina, during probably over
vice-pi esident of the First Bank of 1 J fore his wounded leg had a chance I!
I a card at once. the summer and is now at Dalton, if
VCTORY DAY SERVICE Clewiston and property holder here, F-L Robert Gordon Fallis Lee, Ga., where she was called last week to heal and, as he said, he would I

received the sad news this morningthat Selbourne, Orchard Road, Shalford, by the death of her brother, Troy have liked 'one more crack at the .. _,i !j
his Pfc. James A. Cottrell Jerries'.". :
son, ,
is understoodthat l
It
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Churches of Clewiston are plan Surrey, England. Puryear. She is still owner of the
had died on August 23 in France. It Pyle said, "He is the highest type
Lee married and had a son
-; ning a special service of praise, was Clewiston Beauty Shop and will take ;
I is presumed that he :was killed or train- of Englishman, a man of great ,
when America for
he to of that
thanksgiving, and prayer to be held came over active management
died the result of injuries I instinctsthe ,
as sustained courage and of fine
at 8:00 p. m. on the day that victory ing.WOMAN'S. business upon her return here.
t in the battle of France. !kind of person who makes our two
{:: over Germany is announced. #
S
Jimmy was the first Glades coun- ASSOCIATIONMET countries proud of each'' other," and i
1L .J The service will be held I In the ty soldier injured in action duringthe < Kiwanis Club Discusses he was printing his name'so "his s" : \

,d Pirts Baptist Church, and to it are t landingfn North Africa. He :: THURSDAY- CHURCH friends in America may know who -/: :

) invited all people of the community. was brought back to the States for -.-- ,Compulsory ProgramThe this courageous flier was." ,. ,!

/,". Communities throughout the na- I hospitalization and when he had recovered The Woman's Association of the c' !

:1 tion are planning similar services to I went immediately 'back.. Into community Chinch met Thursday pros and cons of compulsory I 1 I CONGRATULATIONS "

le held on Victory Day. There is action, seeing most of the early afternoon at the church and a splen- military training after the war were ..' \

a growing sentiment among multi. I fighting in the Italian theatre. did program, arranged by Mrs. discussed at the Wednesday night I To Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Baum' :y'

tudes of Americans that the cessa- ---- David C. Hancock,"' on "The Church meeting of the Kiwanis Club.j. who l last Thursday, in Tampa, received "

tion of hostilities with Germany MRS. MARY }{ TTJJ ILL In' Reconstruction" was enjoyed.Mrs. E. Beardsley read an article j I their final papers making .... ,I,

should be observed with praise and J. H, Doty and Mrs. V. A. posing the question and the club j I them naturalized American citizens.

thanksgiving rather than boisterous John Kettl was called to Orlando Reames, hostesses, served delicious members were asked to answer five Both have expressed their great ..'

,. ;1 revelry.If Tuesday by the serious: illness of his refreshments to: Mrs. J. E. Beards- questions on various phases of a I pleasure at becoming citizens of j

the news of victory comes be- I mother, Mrs. Mary Kettl, who was ley, Mrs. G. H. Brown, Mrs. F. E. proposed compulsory training act.I their adopted country. J:

fore 8:00 p. m., the service will beheld I taken ill at the home of her daughter Conkling, Mrs. C. W. Fuller, Mrs An overwhelming majority of the ..

:1 the evening of the ,same day; Mrs. George Yon in Zellwood, H. R. Hall. Mrs. Hancock, Mrs. O. members were in favor of com-I :

but if the news comes after. 8:00 t and then rushed to Orlando, General A. Jones, Mrs. W. A. Lewis, Mrs. pulsory training between the ages and secretary of thb. club, now in ,

e p. m., the ,service? will be held the Hospital. No late report on he W. R. Lott, Mrs. Jos. Robbins, Mrs. of seventeen and twenty-one. I U. S.; Navy, was a guest',. at the meet I
ti evening of the next day. |condition has been received. M. R. Stroud and Mrs. Greenway. A. W. Lawrence, former member ing. 'y 1!
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U. S. War Prisoners Seek'Escape' N'tiK\J


OR W Ell OAI A Awa y vp off the .:1 ::- f

in Camp DoingsYanks __ _ ground: ,.:.\If"",',.,,

:'. U And stand so straigbt /: i

Washington, D. C. While Walter Winchell is away, this and '
month, his column will be conducted c.U'e.-rre.L. ..', ';,,;,,/J
and Develop Liking for Soccer a" PRESIDENT AND WILLKIE "
Like
:, Plays Only insiders know. it, but after by guest columnists. And wave ( /;;;

Football, but Letters From Home the President held his press confer- my smoUe I' J'J/

ence denying he had sent a letter Lady, Learn to Cook or Your around > )

Greatest,, Source. Cheer. to Wendell Willkie, Judge Sam GI Will Go Home to l):7'CA"h. 'itWNUF :
Rosenman and Steve Early rushedup '
i remonstratedthat The Army! /.
7 to his desk and

II By BAUKHAGE he had made a bad mistake. By Captain Ben Irvin Butler 1 {(:;

News Analyst and Commentator. They 'were afraid FDR had rebuffed .(Founder and President' ol the Society ot .
the man who had gone down Amateur Chefs.) ,'.

WNU Service, Union Trust Building, sources when possible, usually the line for him 100 per cent on "Sitting by the roadside on a Summer day ''iI'" !3,

Washington, D. C. fabricated out. of sheets and men's taxes, foreign policy and the'war.. "Chatting witH my mess-mates, passing ..;f

direct clothing." \ "They caught me a little unprepared time 'away- :'
It is not often that we get ,
communicationfrom Americans in The newspaper (a typewrittensheet on that one," the President "Singing in the shadows underneath the I '

) says that "scenery, furnitureand admitted ruefully. "However, I trees;
and I am,not ashamedto CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT I ;
Germany,
sp
tried to tell them it personal "Goodness .
that when I perused a communication stage properties have been con- was a how de-li-ci ous eating

say from that source, I did structed from wooden Red Cross question. I didn't want to embar- GOOBER PEASI"That's >:
.
boxes and covered with rass Willkie by letting people think
burlap
,
not at first recognize what the ,fre- an old Civil war song. Andit
POW magazine paper and painted with he and I had a political deal." to show in f:
quently used 'abbreviation goes that all wars uppermost 'll
HELP
cold water paint." Later, the President repeated to in the soldier's mind 'is WANTEDPersons ,
stood for.
Comparatively few Americans In another item, the paper comments some of his cabinet that he hadn'texpected ,food. I should spell that word with ;
that "the handy man is, the the question at his news 'J;
know the meaning of those three I capitalsFOOD.Zora now engaged in essential :
know what hero of the camp." conference. Explaining that he industry will not apply without statement .
letters; perhaps none : Of course, there are sports, but wanted to talk to Willkie about post Layman, the radio and recording availability from their local It "i
they mean to the POW himself. artist, sang "Eating GooberPeas" United States Employment Service. ,':
war plans and foreign policy,
limited ground makes base- peace
space
According
of
the
POW is prisoner war. other night at cocktail
not politics he indicated that he
ball in this ,
to the lat figures,! have from impossible particularcamp party. I don't'' know whether it was
since a homer over the fenceis would go ahead with his plans for Experienced Laundry and dry cleaning
there now her
the war department are singing or what, but Zora Lay workers
,
irretrievable. The have the talk regardless' of what had happened wanted. Good hours good pay.
41,234 American soldiers, sailors, boys man's song practically started, a Apply in person only. Laundry & Cleaners o
learned to like soccer, learned from Board of Trade 555 S.VP.8th St.,Miami,FU.
marines,. merchant seamen held by riot. I was the center of it all. :
The irked that
their English comrades, as a formof President was quite
the enemy! what they call "mass murder." news about his letter to the former The women at the party beganasking' FORD PARTS CLERKS and MECHANICS rf..f f''
The officials of the Red Cross me questions. wantedto Experienced only; five and onehalfdayweek
They
Presidential candidate had leaked ,
Softball is a favorite sport, and with high wages' Apply Mr. George.
know exactly what the conditionsare the. arrival of 'fencing foils, fencing.: out. Only a few people knew the know all about Army food. And IIAL LYNCH MOTORS., 721 Hogan St.

under which those prisonersmove There are some classes, but they letter existed. The carbon copy was believe me, I told 'em! I told them Phone 5-3050 Jacksonville 2. Fla.

and live and have their beingin both as an ex-Air Corps captain and
are not dealt with in detail. not filed with his regular correspondence FLOOR SANDER linoleum layer. Apply
Allied prison camps in Germanyor Another nostalgic diversion was and the first draft of as the founder of the Society of Ama- ALPK BROWN FLOORING CO., 2231 Hollywood -
in the than 40 hospitalsfor teur Chefs exclusive New York Blvd., ,Hollywood, Fla. Phone 39.
more
described although not admitted as the letter had been written in his an
Allied wounded in the Reich or club composed of famous who
own handwriting for Grace Tully, men
such, since no note of sentimentalityenters
countries.,They have regu- make a of WOMEN AGENTS
hobby
occupied the sheet. It was a baby con his secretary, to copy. ; cooking.

lar reports from the InternationalRed test, the entrants photographs sup- Despite this, Willkie began to get First of all,. I explained about this LADIES 'TAKE ORDERS for nationally

Cross representatives The Red who Cross visit plied, presumably, by wives from queries about the letter two weeks business ,of KP. known MatsonetteDresses Fall styles just out.in All spare sizes"time.Beau'iful 9 to.
the regularly.
camp home. A "Miss Stalag Luft III" was after he received it. The news men The movies and fiction have :6. We help you establish business of your
says,in effect:. "So far as we know, painted own. Unusual income to start. For details,
treated American later to be selected from the pictures making the inquiries cited White kaypee mostly as a business of write M. E. LOCKE
have '
the Germans prisoners in accordance with of wives and sweethearts.The House sources, said they had the peeling potatoes and cleaning gar- ,Florida Manager, Box 1G49 Orlando,Fla. M

schedule for a typical day tip from Presidential secretaries. bage cans. But that's a lot of non tI
the Geneva
agreement. runs like this: Willkie made no comment, never sense. Many soldiers try to get qn FARM WANTEDWanted
That is all it says.
admitted receiving the letter, but he KP. And why not-the kitchen is I
But even if the Germans live up POWs Day LeisurelyBut one to hear from owner having low
and the letter of got the impression that' the White of the warmest spots around the priced farm for sale. Terms etc. KOKER,
to both the spirit' Monotonous House wanted the story out. in the 1343 L: Broadway, Schenectady, N. Y.
the Geneva the lot of camp Winter tune. The duties -
agreement, ---
be The day starts at 10 a. m. with Therefore, you could have are easy enough. And there'salways
the prisoner of war is not to
roll-call breakfast of knocked him over with a feather LIVESTOCK REMEDYUSE
envied., I studied of (following a the pick of a well-stocked
some
Recently, -- -- --- -
coffee, bread and jam). Then calis- when the 'President 'replied to news larder from which to select one'sfood. '
the newspapers issued by men in A-I FOR LIVESTOCK. Good for any
Some have been thenics, showers for the few designated men last week that he didn't know I'm not kidding. Instead of cut or ,wound man or beast. Castration
the prison camps. that day ( in lots of anything about writing Willkie alet-, sore-headed chickens Dog Mange. Screw
released for publication. Others they go being a punishment job handed out Worms.. Ask your Druggist, 25c-75c.

have not. Not that those withheld 24), classes, library, cooking schedules ter. by the army to recalcitrants, kaypeeis CROWN PRODUCTS, Douglas. Georgia.

of suffer- (the men take turns at the Immediately after the White one detail GI Joe doesn't mind. .

revealed ing. Quite any the dark contrary., secrets They simply culinary,arts). Mailiif( there is any) House denial appeared in the press, According to Bill Rhode, who GREETING CARDS '
Willkie's phone began buzzing with
is distributed Last roll-call
at
noon. is one of theeditors of Gourmet
prove what Kipling said about men ,
friends'warnliig him FLORIDA GREETING CARDS. Hand col-'
Republican
who live in barracks not growingup comes at four p. m., then a few many of their,fan letters come from ored. Also engraved cards. Other Florida
turns around the perimeter of the that Roosevelt ,would always kick soldiers and sailors. I had lunch novelties. If you can sell. write ZONE
to be plaster saints, and some of in the teeth. They urged him CO., Box 1263, Delray Beach, Florida.
the humor might be a' little, shallwe camp, supper, bridge and poker (for him: with Bill 'the other day and he told
cigarettes). Then "some good talk to come out for Dewey.
say, unsaintly. me how many requests for epicurean' RABBITSFlemish
much foolish dreaming before mid- ARMY DEMOBILIZATION PLAN recipes there had been from
The reason for this is expressedin night sends the to bed with Here is the inside story on White'
Kriegie men in the various services. That Glants,aU colors,also black tvhlte.
the word escape. There are two the hope ever that the, new day House-war department plans for demobilizing very day, he'd received a letter froman Mixed Juniors S3 pr. Pedigreed stock 55 pr.
kinds of escape which a prisoner Letters ans. Roy Raines Rnlherford.Teoo.
the after
of
brings part army
peace. Admiral asking how to smoke r
thinks about. One is a safe get-away Of. course, ,in this little typewritten I the defeat of Germany. The war department herring.The '

through the barbed wire and past journal which has had to pass is planning to release Business OpportunitiesELECT
slogan "the best fed
the machine and Armyin
quick-trigger
guns the German there is about 2,000,000 men immediatelyafter
censor only the world," has been tossed ROOSEVELT. Mail lOc for 23!
sentinels. If he is wise he doesn'tspend
here and there a hint of certain a German armistice. copies big "hit" Victory song "EOSY AND
too much time on such cogi- around a great deal. People don'tany TRUE." Tune: Bed River Valley. 61G8B,
inner feelings toward the hosts; one Under this plan, the army will set longer grasp entirely what it Metro Station, Los Angeles 65, California, 1-
tation. The official advice to POWs
note, on the showing of a Ger up a point system for every man
:fc "don't try it. in the service and with sufficient means.
man film speaks of a "none too men
The other kind of is defined I II The Army kitchen is harum-
escape spellbound audience." points will be retired. Here is no Invest in Liberty *

by Webster as, "mental distraction how the will be calculated: scarum affair. In many instancesit
points
It is difficult to get an intimate I
j or relief from the bondage of reality is an electrical job,spick-and-span, Buy War Bonds
view of I
a prisoner's life from these 1. For each'month in the serv-
'1 or routine; as, literature of escape." offering an open invitation to good "\
brief notes or, indeed, from the let. ice, every man will receive one -
.b, The somewhat seasoned cookery. It. has everything in the
highly ters the prisoners write home. But point. HOW TO "KNOW" ASPIRIN

f humor of some of the jokes and car- those persons who have read all the 2. Each month overseas will 'way of equipment and, believe me, Just bo: sure to ask for St. Joseph
the medical officers to it that it
see
toons in the prisoners' papers are, confidential reports and also many count an additional point. 'Aspirin. There's none faster 'none

t i, technically speaking, "literature of letters passed on to them by rela- 3. For each battle honor, a is as sanitary as a kitchen ,can pos stronger.:Why pay more?;World's largest
sibly be made. No foolin'-you can eeller at 1 Ot. Demand St.Joseph Aspirin.
this and the
t escape, description tions tell me two things: one, that, man will receive four points. '
just about face in the bottom -
f: of things they do to provide escape generally speaking, American pris- 4. The congressional medal of see your

i from the monotony of, prison life. oners in German ,camps are not honor or legion of merit will of an Army garbage can. Acid

Yank Ingenuity ShowsIn badly treated and are not in want; count four additional'points. Thousands of Army lads- have IndigestionRelieved .

second, the' first ,months, are the 5. Each bronze star denoting been carefully trained in cooking, in 5 minutes or double money back
Stage ProductionsAs hardest. Most prisoners build up service in battle will-count four butchering and baking and most of When excess stomach and causes painful,suffocating
gas,sour stomach and heartbur i doctors usuallyprescribe
always, the drama providesone some kind of "escape" mechanismand additional points. them have become good cooks. the fastest-acting medicines known fore .

of the easiest and most effective manage to keep up their spir- 6. For every child, a soldier Some, at least, have become efficient Tablet Dtomatlereliet-medicineslikethose. No laxative. Bell-ana brings comfort in -:'a

mental distractions and I am its and morale by adapting them, will receive eight points. cooks, 'although perhaps un to jiffy OJ.or 2Sc double at all your druggist money back on return of bottJeSKISN

.' told that the time, effort and in- selves to their environment. 7. Married men without children inspired. And then, of course, some

genuity that is into the also receive eight will never learn. ,Hence the discrepancy -
put learning, Naturally, the question is -fre- will IRRITATIONS OP
,producing, staging and costuming of quently asked: "What are we doing extra points. between reports from va- EXTERNAL CAUSE

,plays by these men is remarkable."The for our prisoners in Germany?" There are still several important rious camps and units. Some men Acne pimples eczema, factory dermatitis -

Kriegie Times," issued by The thing they want most is pro- gaps in this program which the will ,rave about the_ food they en- ,mmpleringworm,tetter, salt rheum,
the American airmen in White House have not joyed in their outfit. Others will bumps, (blackheads), and ugly broken-
Stalag Luft vided for most of them-letters from army and the out skin. Millions relieve itching burn
'< III, in Sagan, Germany, which I home. The next are the food pack- yet filled in. There still is no special keep on yearning for Mother's beef I ing and soreness of these miseries with

have before me as I write, is1' per- ages which are paid for by the credit for age. However, it is already stew and apple pie. But, take 'it simple home treatment. Goes to work at

haps not typical because it was an packed by volunteer' 'work decided that, because the from me, very few are telling their once. Aids healing, works the antiseptic
army Use Ointment
way. Black and White only
edition especially for the home ers and shipped by the Red Cross army will have a greater need for pals what a wonderful cook the girlis as directed. lOc, 250, SOc sues. 25 years',

". folks. But it has a story on page from their four' shipping centers, air men in the Pacific, a separate they left behind. success. Money-back guarantee. Vital

one headed "theater" which begins two in New York, one' in Philadelphia system will be set up for discharging And there's something else I, told in cleansing Black and is good White soap.Skin Soap Enjoy daily.WNU : fatuous -.

with the statement which started me and one in St. Louis. Most of air corps veterans. Of course, the ladies at the cocktail party to

off on this topic. It says, "The the packages, assembled like motor the basic point which everybody ponder over.Though :"" 7 36-44

Kriegie (local nickname for war cars on a moving line, are packedby wants to know is: "How many points the Army food wins no

prisoner) is assured of 'escape' in loving hands-that 'group which will a man need to get out?" That squawks, the GIs occasionally yearn

the, theater." Then it explains that bears the scars', of war as deeplyas has not yet been determined. for the finer things of life. For instance .

in order to accommodate the whole the combatants themselves, and It has been determined, however, a nephew of mine, John Piper -

camp in an. auditorium which seats described prosaically in 'army language that at the end 'of the Atlantic war, who is an, Army pilot some

only 20 per cent of the members, as "the next of kin." the navy does not plan to release where in ''the South Pacific, upon

five performances of each play are These packages go, one for each any of its men. learning that I was back in New May Warn of Disordered '

given. And they include real drama. prisoner, every week. It can also be revealed that York, wrote to me for a recipe for Kidney Action

The article records as recent productions The prisoners also can receive President Roosevelt is anxious to Wild Duck a la Press. My old mess Modern life with Its hurry and worry

that sure-fire, never-die personal packages every 60 days. discharge hardship cases first. sergeant, now stationed in a southern Irregular drinking-its habits risk, improper of exposure eating and infec

farce, "Charlie's Aunt"; "Our They get,books and other prescribed When the President discussedthis climate, inquired as to how to tion-throws heavy strain on the workof

Town," the popular American play, articles. plan recently with several make a tart lime marmalade. the kidneys. They are filter apt to become acid
over-taxed and fail to excess
nostalgic and easy to stage because I The Red Cross has eight ships of senators, they asked him how he Another inquiry came to me froma and other impurities from the lire-giving

S'.,,. it requires no scenery; its own which, up until recently, planned to handle the problemof service man far away-I'll let you blood.You may Buffer nagging backache

"Tobacco: : Road," a popular, earthy have been landing regularly at,Marseille policing Germany and other guess asking how to make headache, dizziness, getting up nights ,
piece with a run longer than the occupied enemy territory after leg pains, swelling-feel constantly
) retreat where packages have been "Tuiles. These are thin wafers tired,nervous, all worn out. Other sign*
f: from Stalingrad "The Man in sealed the armistice. He replied that of bladder disorder are some
,. ; shipped cars to Switzer- that accompany curry when the latter kidney or
Who Came To Dinner he,hoped to do so by using men times burning scanty or too frequent
whose
,
t. appeal land. These goods went through un- is served in the elegant manner. urination. '

t:. perhaps lies in the fact that molested. Lately some of the ship- who have learned to like the An officer connected with the Try Doan't PiH Doan'a help the
"the man" couldn't get away, ments have been made to Lisbon army, plus professional soldiers kidneys to pass off harmful excess body
Army's dietary service told me thathe'd waste. They have had more than half a
either; and "Flieger Frolics an and re-shipped on smaller shuttle who were in the army before century of public approval. Are recommended
',;':, original! musical the selective service pro- had an inquiry from a mess by grateful users everywhere.
comedy. (Flieger is vessels. The disruption of traffic in
to make wine Atk neighbor
asking how
sergeant your .
Be also
flyer in German.) Germany has recently interferedwith gram got under way.
out of berries-a reasonable enough
"Female costumes," it is plans to use, men who have had
explained the system. Other routes are
the Army doesn't give
"are hired through German being planned. no overseas experience and I request-only e
want to volunteer for it now. out with answers to such questions. s



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PAGE FOUR THE CLEWlSTOtf NEWS FRIDAY, "Qvn"'urnT.'ln." .a:... ... ..U.>.....IJ.O..., i944: !


The Clewiston News went ashore yesterday to see some that he'll remain In Frisco but Is this week will be: Robert Kelly, J. E. 'Hingson, Edwin 'Roath.
of the sights. It was first liberty hoping so loud and often. D. Hooker, G. M. Waters, Jr., Earl word from them Bring ar I-.
since last December so I had almost to this service. .C

Published every Friday In Clewiston, forgotten there was such a thing.At Two great pals from the day before -" --
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS one place we visited there was a
inc. they went into service managedto
dance-five girls and five hundred get a furlough home at the same I

sailors, with a sprinkling of doggies time and have really been enjoying NOTICEIs
Entered as second: class mall matter which made the com-
February 1, 1927, at the Post Office in and gyrenes their visit in Clewiston this week.
Clewiston, Florida, under the Act of petition extremely rugged even for They are Lt. Fred Hunziker, Jr., whois
March 3, 1897. "
the most determined ones.
home after service in the Pacific
Charlie says he received his but- aboard a night bomber as bomb- hereby given that an amendment to Ordinance 8

CARR SETTLE, Publisher tons, as Chief Yeoman, on Aug. 16 ardier and Gus Cantrell. Jr., who is!, covering occupational licenses has been approved by the City

....----- which made him eligible to live in stationed at the Naval Training Commission in regular session effective Oct. 1 1944, making

Subscription Rate-T-I.50: Per Tear the C.P.O. quarters when moved tion in Jacksonville as a Sta-I revisions, additions and changes in classification' occupations.
ashore. The fresh hot and cold Both Full information obtainable on request at City Hall. -
Advertising Rates On Application. are scheduled to leave 4
showers :were a real treat, he said, week-end. ':'

after the salt showers aboard ship. MALCOLM B. BIGGCITY

Devoted to the advancement and welfare Thanks for the letter Charlie and CLEWISTOX COMJIUXITT OF CLEWISTONAnnouncing
of Clewiston and lIen ry County. we'll be hoping to hear' from you CHURCH

again shortly. David C. Hancock, :Minister ....- -. 4
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NATIONAL ITORIALSSOCfATfON Pvt. Louis Wethington has now SUNDAY, SEPT. 17, 1944 \
from Scott Field
been transferred ,
Sunday School, 9:45 a. m., Dr. C.
Ill., to Truax Field, Madison, Wis-
E. Gericke, superintendent. Classes
consin. for 'all ages. .

Morning Worship, 11:00 a, m. A
T-S Kie Hathcock is the latest nursery for small children is con- The Opening Of '" 1- jt

one to get sailing orders. He has ducted at the Community Center.

been at Camp Gruber, Muskogee, "The Most Difficult Virtue" is the I

Sporting Around. Okla., and now has an APO out of theme of the minister's sermon. !

New York. He'll probably be in the The session will meet on Mondayl The Canebrake Package

By Bernard Myers French theatre of operations. September 18, at '8:00 p. m., at the ,J
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x church. I
Now that school is in full swing, I 1
And a little news from Pfc. ClydeW. You are cordially invited to wor-
most of this column will naturallybe Stephens who is stationed at I! ship with us. I Store
with football in generaland '
taken up Tonopah, Nev., his wife with him.. I I :
Tigers' team in partlculahHowever I
the They have just returned from a va- I FIRST I
BAPTIST CHURCHH. I
as the big games
soon
as Musgrave, Bill Martin cation trip to Los Angeles! but they O. Meador, Pastor t On the (r..
start Shorty
still say, maybe just to make us feel Sugarland Highway in former Toulis
and myself are going to start a --
good, that they much prefer CJewis-
prognosticators league which will Sunday School-9:45 a. m. '
ton, to California. Cafe Location
burden or amuse the readers of this Morning Worship-11:00 a. m.
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column. Training Union-6:45 p. m.
Paul Akin, who has been stationed Evening Worship-8:00 p. m. ..

: at Norman, Okla., has recently Prayer Service Wed., 8:30: p. m.
Here are a few addenda on our been transferred to the Naval Air A call business meeting of the The bar in the same building, is not yet
football Sunday morning we
camp. i Station at Melbourne. A lucky !1 L church will be held '
Sunday' night!
for but the
is
ready
had church services at the camp opening package store
break. following the evening worship hour
with the Rev. Myers conducting. That forth, e purpose of considering I ready to serve you withA -,
was one of the hardest things I ever
CPI Sandy Bell is now seeing the report of the nominating committee.
had to do in my life. Some of the
sights of Rome and appears to be It is important. that all members be I
boys acquired a minor fungus infection complete assortment of packaged I
from staying in the water stationed there for spme time to present. -, I'
beginning come. Last week he enclosed a The Sunbeam Band will meet at whiskies rum brandy gin and wines at East'
too much. The camp was the ,
of manhood for a few of the beautiful unmounted opal in a let- the church Thursday at 3:30' p. m. +I' Coast prices.

boys. Mutt Thomas and Shirley ter to Betty for her birthday. Andit All children between ages' of 3 and

Bowden helped us out with their came through in fine shape. 9 are cordially invited to. attend. I

trucks. Sunday we had quite a few sAnd 1 The teachers preparation period Open Daily 9:00 a. m. to 1:00 p. m': ;
Art Lawrence has will begin at 7:45
left us : Wednesday .even-
visitors which pepped the boys up '
no end. again. Art pulled out today for 'I ing. All Sunday school officers! 4:30 to 8:00'p. m.

San Francisco where he will again and teachers are urged to attend. ,j

handle ''mail for the sailors from "The Hour of Power" service Will
Next Friday is our first game of I Saturdays 9:00 a. m. to 8:00, p. m.
I that distribution point after a three begin at 8:30 p. m. Wednesday. A
the I am not making any
season. weeks' visit here after more than special invitation is extended to all I
predictions, good or bad. Here are !
two years service in Hawaii. Art to attend. A worthwhile thought.1good ,< I

the facts. We have'' -.a light. squad, says that 'San Francisco seems like fellowship ..and a spiritual!i Palm ,Beach Liquors Inc.
it is undermanned and inexperienced. ) ,
being stationed close home after blessing awaits ,alt who attends. \ ;' .
On the credit side, the"team .
what he has had. He isn't positive Service men to be remembered 'I-Ad: "!IA.&Ot"F": '"
has good spirit, and a good under-

dog psychological attitude. Au-

burndale may well turn out to be

our toughest game. Johnny Sullivan I IIA "'

is captain for the first game -
and he really deserves it. David nf'.Dreakdown Club
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expresses his ap- wear,and lengthen cents less. .ualtYoil <
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and he says that he really enjoys (

a hearing about the local happeningsback

home. ,9o s Get an appointmenta

t Skeet says that he has seen four cou 0"s Gulf station ,
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Clewiston fellows, not in his outfit XS if

since he's been overseas, Owen

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and Wilbur Goff and Shorty Alder-
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they traded copies of the News and : ; ;: _

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session about home. and the islandsthey've IR FILTE Dealer do a \hor. s .
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{ ZFJllDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1944 GLADES COUNTY BEMOCKAT :,

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RATIONING SHOES 1 they are issued him by his rationing }I quantity of top-grade but
Airplane stamps No. 1 and No. 2 board. creamery I ing, prolonged'dry weather having
ter
j. CALENDAR (Book 3)) valid indefinitely. simply does not exist. OPA as- delajed: and damaged the crop, County -
Maximum prices established by serted in saying that investigatorsare
Agent K. A. Clark
reports .
: FUEL OIL the Office of Price Administrationfor checking all creamery butter .

: ":.' PROCESSED FOODS Period 4 and 5 coupons now valid the month of October will result sold throughout the United States

,, IBIne AS through L5 (Book 4)) for current season until September in retail price of about 17 cents per I and bringing prices within the proper Many Soldiers

j w ralid at 10 points each for use 30. Period 1 coupons for next year pound for snap beans and 9 to '10 grade. Are Requesting '

; '! wUb tokens. Good indefinitely now valid (Alabama, Tennessee and L cents per pound for field grown cucumbers This action does not affect "coun- '

:3IEATS AND FATS Mississippi not affected.). I in the Southeast. try" butter generally sold ungraded, Ballots For Nov. 7

jScrl I GASOLINE Housewives of the Southeast are
AS through G5 (Book 4) OPA said.District.
A-ll, coupons valid through No- expected to save more than a mil-
JBPW valid at
10 points each for use OPA Director According to a
Chauncey report released
vember 8. lion dollars annually as the resultof
tokens. Good indefinitely: I W. Butler said yesterday by
: today investigators County Judge R. M.
II A-12 coupons now valid west of a bread campaign: against upgrad- .
,
! SUGAR Apalachicola River. Expire September ing of butter I are probing all sales of feeds in the Harris, 48 ballots for the Nova 7tk I

j ; .,' $aga--.7 stamps No. 30, No. 31 and i, now being waged by Florida district in to general election had been ;
answer
mailed
21. Renewals being made now. ; the Office of Price Administration. I complaints to ,\
SS&
j \ 32 and No. 33, now good for3y I by poultrymen dairymen service men filing
I and a request with
The new books will contain six coupons The savings are expected to resultin II
pounds each indefinitely. : stockmen that Secretary of State
l maximum prices R. A. Gray.
j regulations "
of each series, each coupon various decreases in retail pricesof

,"" s;.. (lAX '1XG SUGAR worth four gallons. I creamery butter. OPA explainod : are being violated. These specially- prepared ballots ,)

: :'::. imp No. 40 good for five pounds 1i Rationing rules now require that I 1 I that almost all creamery butter sales I are ,being sent to every corner of the ;:

i :, conariujj sugar until February 28, every car owner write his license j! in the Southeast since wartime short- Corn production in Washington i globe, representing the Army, Navy,

j ; :22)45.) Apply to local boards for number and all [ Marines ground and air forces.
state on gasoline I ages developed has been sold at top- county is not expected to be as highas i

i eBEylamental rations. coupons in his possession, as soon as I grade or "premium" prices. Such was planned by farmers at plant- IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID
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NOTICE OF ELECTION ninth (39th) and forty-flrsi i4lsti That the following amendment 01 Section err within such municipality or .
and
QHEREAS, The Legislature ol 1943 Districts shall be elected for a term 24 fit Article III ol the Constitution town and not otherwise. of the on'and alter the expiration
I tsosSec the Constitution of 1885 of the of four years: and the Senator from of the State ot Floridarelating term of each of said County
t" State of Florida, did pass 10 Joint Reso- the Fortieth 140th) District elected to uniform county and municipals government rhe Counties ol Dade ana Orangeand Solicitors of said Counties the office a
fat Toas proposing amendments to the for a term ol twc years trom the and the classification of ercb municipality, town district of the County Solicitor and Prosecuting -

Constitution of the State of Florida, and time ot: the General Election ol 1944 cities and towns. DC and the same is. and other special taxing districts now Attorney shall be abolished within
the and thereafter said Senators shall created by law or which may be hereafter said Counties, and all of the duties
., same were agreed to by a vote be I hereby agreed to and shall be submit -
of
: ) sat three-fifths of all the members elected elected for !a term of four years .s- tea to the electors ol the Stateof created bv taw in eacd of said the County Solicitor within each of
to each house; that the votes on said cept In case 01 a vacancy in office Florida at the General Election of Counties shall retain and control the. of said Counties shall become the duties j,
\ Zct&A Resolutions were entered upon Filed in office Secretarv of State: Representatives to bebeid in 1944 power v fix their respective budgets the State Attornev in each of said
\p'' jfefhp respective Journals with the yeas June 14 1943 for approval or rejection: that is to for the purpose of measuring and Imposing Counties 1

SEd nays thereon, and they did determine say that Section 24 ol Article m of the mlllage to be imposed upon Section J. On and after the ex
.- and direct that the said Joint A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing tG the Constitution ol the State ol Florida property In said Counties. subject toad piratlon of the terms of the Clerks i

: JScselutions be submitted to the electors Amend Section 21 of Article V of the be amended so as tc read as fol- each valorem or other like taxes within of the CriminalCourt of Record of ,
.' '' .tff the State at the General Election In Constitution ol: the State of Florida lows: respective municipality. town: 'Dade and Orange COunties. for which !
district "
'- ', JKovember, 1944. Relating to Justice Districts and Justices Section 24. The legislature shall or other special taxing area. they each are serving or have been j
and
the
: '. KOW THEREFORE. 1, R. A. GRAY, of the Peace. I establish a' uniform system of county of County rax Assessor in each elected .n January I, 1945. the offices
'. Secretary of State of the State of Florida. I and municipal government.. which shall said Counties shall in determining of the Clerks of the Criminal Court
BY rIm
I BE IT RESOLVED LEGISLATURE
each
It
assessment add the of
' "! c 5& hereby give notice that a OF be applicable except in cases wherelocal amount levied Record in both Counties and the
STATE
OF THE FLORIDA and
:":: GENERAL ELECTION or special laws are provided or imposed by such millage to the Clerks of the Civil Courts of Record.

;..': wSl be held in each county -in Florida That 21 the following amendment of the to Section may hereafter be orovlded by the Legislature ;- amount Imposed by the respective and the Court of Crimes In Dade I
Article V Constitution
of Counties
of Dade and .
; that be Oranlte.SeCtion County shall all be abolished. and the
the first inconsistent
eta Tuesday next succeeding mav ,
of Florida and
of the State be
; jBSonday in November, A. D. 1944 the therewith. 2. That on and after midnight duties of the Clerks of the Criminal '
', the same Is hereby agreed to and the
I sail Tuesday being the Filed in office: Secretary of State December 31st. 1944 the Count Court of Record In both Counties
',: SEVENTH DAY OF NOVEMBER same shall be submitted to the qualified June 10. 1943A Tax Collectors of the Counties of and the duties of the Clerk of the '. _

f; I D iac the ratification or rejection of the electors at the general electionIn Dade and Oran e. State of- Florida. I Civil Court of Crimes In Dade County
i 1944 for ratification or rejection: '
shall each become shall all be assumed, taken '
i':' naid: Joint Resolutions proposing amend- JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing to the Tax Collector over, and
I
(0' tesKotn to the Constitution of the StateFlorida "Section 21. There shall be not more Amend Section Six and Section Seven for all ad valorem and acreage taxes become a part of the duties of the ;
than five Justice Districts In each
C' viz: of Article xvm of the Constitution of levied and Imposed for the calendar respective Clerks of the Circuit Court'1n
county, and there shall be elected one
.' the State of Florida Relating to the year 1945 and subsequent years (except Dade and Orange Counties.
::: .fi JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing Justice of the Peace for each Justice Section
Term of Office of Persons Appointedor taxes now required to be col- 8. The assumption ot new ,
'.'' ffia Amendment of Section 1 ot Ar- District, who shall hold office for four Elected to Fill Vacancies in Elective lected by the Clerk of the Circuit duties under the provisions of tb.1l'Article ,
.: SOda XX of the Constitution of Florida years. Existing Justice Districts are Offices Under Said Constitution. Court) within each of said Counties shall not entitle any officer
:" meting to Taxation hereby recognized but the Legislature and to Increased
including all County taxes and compensation, but the ,
BE: IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLATURE ,
may, by special Act, from time to officers
SZ IT ,RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLATURE all ad valorem and acreage taxes im- upon whom such new duties
'OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA :
OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: time, change the boundaries of any posed by any municipality, town dis- shall be Imposed shall continue to be '_
That the amendment Section
following to -
such District now or hereafter estabished trict, or other governed by the general law
the amendment Sec- of
TTrrat following to taxing district upon the
6 and Section 7 of Article js.viu.
fiSan 1 of Article IX of the ConstitutionS and may establish new or abolish of the Constitution of the State of property within each of said Counties. State as It now is, or may be here. .
any such District now or here- and the Legislature after, as relates to the fixing "
: Florida relating to taxation be and Florida be and the same Is hereby may provide that of their ,
Provided however
after
> i37 game la hereby agreed to and snail existing. each of said Collectors shall also col- respective salaries or prescribing their "
and the shall be sub
that such shall be submitted agreed to. same
I changes
tsv submitted to the electors of the any lect any other taxes, licenses or ex_ maximum compensation from fees; I 7 '
mitted to the electors of the
to the people of county so qualified I
any provided however I
circa within said Counties. that each officer
Stats of Florida for ratification or re- Such collectors -
. affected, by referendum at the next State of Florida for ratification or reJection
may. as he ,
JSteUoa at the next General Election shall each remit to the desig- assumes the herein stated ,
- at the next .ensuing general
'
election.
m be Held In 1944. follows ensuing general nated proper officials of each taxing additional duties take over and be
as' : ;
election that la to : That Sections
Filed In office Secretary of State say allowed such
authority In their assistants employees _
Section 1. The Legislature shall respective Counties 1 1as
pro-
June 10. 1943. 6 and 7 of Article XVm of the and
all such taxes collected expenses of the office assumed
; ..1 wld for a uniform and equal rate oftaxation stitution of the State of con-I forthwith or
, as may be provided by law. Each Tax may be approved by the Budget
except that It may provide
amended to read
follows
as :
':V fez special rate or rates on Intangibleproperty A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing; an Collector shall collect each tax state Commissions of such Counties. or by
"Section 4. The term of office for
but such special rate or rates Amendment to Article V of the Oon- all fill vacancies ment In full and shall Issue but one such other supervisory authority as '
appointees to In
tltutlon of Florida by adding theretoan any tax statement, which shall Include all may be established by the Legislature. i
't, ftatl not exceed two mllln on the dol- of the elective offices under this Constitution I
Additional Section Relating to the ad valorem or taxes assessed Notwithstanding any general
acreage or -
S g of the assessed valuation of suchintangible shall special :
extend only to the first
Election of State Attorney, Judges of during any one calendar year upon laws the provisions of this! Article .
that
property: provided, as after the first In
Criminal Courts of Record and County Tuesday Monday each parcel of real property, and upon shall be self-executing. The Legis '
ta obligations secured by mortstaSE. next
any January after the election and
Solicitors the and 80Icltor each lot of lature
(except Judge personal property and all may give reasonable interpretation r
deed of trust other the
or lien of
l of Record Es- qualification a successor. tax certificates to the
of the Court of shall be Issued to cover words phrases and Sec
legislature may prescribe an Intangible cambia County), and Providing for fill. "Section 7. In all cases of electionto all taxes upon each parcel of real tlons of this Article and direct their
tax of not more than two (2) fill vacancies In office such election -
ing Vacancies In of such Offices for each calendar effect by related laws. The
any and Legisla
property year
,
s&Ula on the dollar which shall be shall be for that of the ;
part
Prior to the First Tuesday after the shall be sold bv each Collector. a* la ture may bv law control tVio i>nmn.n_ ,
payable at the time such mortgage, First Monday In January. 1949. by Appointment unexpired term commencing on the or may be provided bylaw.-as-'relates satlon of aci': officer, and the" "' expense ;; ':;
GesA of trust other la first: ,after the
lien first
or pre. Tuesday Monday to and '
the and Con conduct of ,
". by Governor County Taxes and. tax certificatesnot each office affected -
meted for recordation said tax to be in January next after such
firmation by the Senate. election.1 sold and which by law or fore- hereby, and may abolish fee s'
f.a lieu of all other intangible assess- Filed In office Secretary
Bas: IT RESOLVED BY THE" LEGISLATURE closure are converted Into title may systems where they exist In Dade and i 1
June 12. 1943.
raits: on such obligations. The special
/ OF.THE STATE OF FLORIDA : be so converted by the respective Orange Counties and may control all. '
a ; t at or rates or the taxes collected
Counties and the fees and charges of offices ot-1 J .
property sold .for the or
That Article V of the Constitution of "
; be thei A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing to
ttseretrom apportioned by
may flclals
I pro rata benefit of each Interested within each of said counties. i'
the State of Florida be amended by
gJsUture: and shall be exclusive of Amend Section 5, .Article vTH of ,the taxing'authority; sales shall be made Section 9. Section 20 of Article m.',I
adding thereto additional section
an
sa ether State County District and to be known as Section 47 of said Ar- Constitution of the State of Florida I and penalties and Interest for delinQuencies and Section 5. 27 and 30 of Article V.
i tettaldpal taxes; and shall prescribe: ticle, relating to the election of State relating to County Commissioners. Imposed as provided by law and Section 6 of Article VHI. and Sec
oseh.; regulations as shall secure a justW&inatlon Attorneys. Judges of Criminal Court BE IT RESOLVED BY TIm LEGIS- for County taxes; each taxing author- tion 5 of Article IX of the Constitution -

of all 'property, both realnod of Record and County Solicitors (except LATURE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: ity, where It has a tax Interest may of the State of Florida than
personal, excepting such property That Section 5of' ,Article VIII of remain in
'f the Judge and Solicitor of the purchase property sold for taxes or on full force and effect and .
ss may be exempted by law for municipal Court of Record of Escambla County) the; Constitution of the State of FlorIda foreclosure and all moneys derived said Sections of said Articles and the

; education, literary, scientific, and the same Is hereby agreed to, and relating to County Commissioners from such sales, and from penaltiesand other provisions of the Constitution '
religious or charitable purposes. shall be submitted to the electors of be and the same is hereby amended Interest shall be collected and of the State of Florida relating to the
'i 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

1SA3. rejection at the 'General Election to be submitted to the electors of the Counties, municipalities towns drain- shall remain in full force and effect. ; ,
Filed m. Office Secretary of State be held on the first Tuesday after the State of Florida at the general election age districts or other taxing districts save and except as they may each
May 20. 1943. first Monday In November 1944 as follows : of Representatives to be held in according to the proportion of taxes relate to such offices and the system ,
: 1944 for approval or rejection. That levied by each upon each parcel or of taxation'and fees in Dade and

A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing "Section 47. State Attorneys, Judgesof Section 5, of Article VIH. u amended piece of property Involved. Orange Counties: Florida and as to

230. raandment to Article 7, Section 3. the Criminal Courts of Record and shall read as follows: Section 3. Municipalities In each of such offices system' and fees within
i- of the Constitution of the State of County Solicitors (except the Judge "Section 5. There shall be one said Counties may by special electionto said Counties such Sections and the'

JToxicia Relative to Census and Apportionment and Solicitor of the Court of Record County Commissioner in each of the be held prior to December 31. 1944 Constitution shall be modified and
by Amending Section 3 of Escambla County) shall hereafterbe five County Commissioner's districts retain the right to assess and collect changed by this Article.
al said Article so as to Designate, Os- elected by the qualified electorsof In each county, which districts shall taxes. Upon adoption of this Article, Filed Mn office Secretary of State
Ala 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.A .

Senatorial District Designate Broward counties as other State and County officials shall be as nearly as possible equaln Counties of Dade and Orange may,
County as a Senatorial District andDesignate are elected. proportion to population. The after not less than fifteen (15) days JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an
Calhoun and Gulf Counties '"The first election of State Attorneys Board of County Commissioners In the notice by publication, call a special Amendment to Article VTO of the Constitution -
as 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 .
BK. IT ENACTED BY THE LEGIS- Record and County Solicitors (except to: time fix the boundaries of such dis- qualified freeholders of such munI- to Assessment of Property for

.TURE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA, the Judge and Solicitor of the Courtof tricts. Said County Commissionersshall cipality only, who shall determine bya Taxes and the Collection of Taxes, by
:', aim the :following: amendment to Section Record of cambia County) shall be elected by the qualified electors majority whether Sections 1 and 2 Adding Thereto Additional Sections to
y : 3 of Article 7 of the Constitution be held at the General Election in 1948 of said county at the time and hereof be. or not be. effective within Provide that In the County ef Hills-
oS the State of, Florida relative to census to take office the first Tuesday after place of voting for other county officers such municipality. Such freeholders borough State of Florida the County

and apportionment designating the first Monday In January 1949. and shall hold office for four voting may by majority vote elect to Tax Assessor Shall Assess the Propertyof
Osceola and Okeechobee Counties as for a term of four years. years. Provided, that the County Com- have such municipality come under the County for the Purpose of Levy- "
tree thirty-ninth (39) Senatorial Dlsttlct. "The term or tenure of office ot anyone missioners elected from the even numbered said Sections or by a like majority of lag State. County. School and Afunlcl- '
'k Broward County as the fortieth > heretofore:: or hereafter appOintedto ,districts in 1944 shall serve for those voting determine that It; shall pal Taxes Levied by_the State. County
t-snj. Senatorial District and Calhoun any of the offices herein mentioned two years, those elected in 1944 from not come under said Sections. If by County School Board School Districts.
saMfc Gulf Counties as the forty-first shall not be extended hereby.' Any the odd numbered districts shall serve such vote the majority votes to come Special Tax School Districts and Mu-

(Ml' Senatorial District be and the vacancy in any of such offices priorto tor four I years, and thereafter the under Sections 1 and 2, hereof, or If nicipalities of the County.
x lame is hereby agreed to and shall be said first Tuesday after the first terms shall be for four years: Provided any municipality falls to call and hold BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLA- 4
RiDmitted to the electors of Florida Monday in January, 1949 shall be filled that Section n of Article VIII such election prior to December 31. TURE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: f
. tQr ratification or rejection at the Gen_ by appointment by the Governor and of this Constitution shall not be affected 1944. then in either such event. Sec- That the following Amendment to 'Ar "
'' ccal Election to be held on the first Confirmation by the Senate as heretofore hereby." tions 1 and 2 hereof shall be effective tide VIII of the Constitution of the '
:"Cuesday after:/: the first Monday in provided by the Constitution but Filed in office Secretary ol State upon such municipality. In the event State of:: Florida relative to the Assess-

November, 1944, as follows: : In no case for any longer than until May 27. 1943 any municipality elects not to come ment and Collection of all taxes in
"Section 3. The Legislature that the first Tuesday after the first Mon- I under Sections 1 and 2 hereof such the County of HULsborough. state of I.,' ,
jnail meet in regular session, A. D.J.W5S day in January. 1949. I A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an election shall not affect Sections 4. Florida by adding thereto additional !
t, and those that shall meet every "Any ,provision of the Constitution Amendment to the Constitution of the 5. 6, 7, 8. and 9of this Article exceptas sections to be known as Section 11 and i
r' in years thereafter, shall apportion In conflict herewith is hereby re- State of Florida to Be Known as Article to the assessment and collection of Section 12. be and the same Is hereby ''. I
the representation in the Senate, and pealed." I XX Sections 1-9 thereof. Relat- taxes In cuch municipality, which shall agreed to and shall be submitted to tae I
"
shall provide tor :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 for, J

'.'. '' Districts, such Districts to beLie May 18. 1943. Offices In the Counties: of Dade and provided however that at any general I! ratification or rejection at the general J
nearly equal In I Election to be held on the first Tues .: :
/ population as prac- Orange. State of Florida. and Providing city or town election held thereafter i
-y; Bcabl/ft. but no County shall be diuded. A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an i in Said Counties for the Combination upon petition filed at least thirty ((30) I day after the first Monday in Novem 1
'>'.'. la making such appOrtionment Amendment to Section 12 of the Dec I of Assessments and Collections days prior to such election by ten per ber. 1544. as follows: T s
.,. ter :;x&: : each District"shall have one Senator aratlon of Rights in the Constitution and Equalization of County. Municipal cent of the freeholders entitled to Section 11 1. From and after January
? ;, ; Provided that Osceola and Okee- of the State of "Florida. Relating to and District Taxes and Per- vote in such election the question 'of I, 1946L the County Tax Assessor
,
.i .r chobee Counties. Florida shall constitute Double Jeopardy Self-Incrlmlnatlon. mitting Municipal Referendum and whether or not such municipality shall In the County ot Hlllsborough State
:.: ; the Thirty-ninth! (39th) Sen- Due Process of Law. and the Taking the Consolidation of the Office of be bound by Sections 1 and 2 shall of Florida shall assess all property for 1
>,' ztetlal District Broward County. Flor- of Private Property Without Just Compensation County Prosecutor and Solicitor with be placed on the ballot. and upon a all State, County School, and Municipal -
-. ,..." slay shall constitute the Fortieth ((40th) by Providing the Right of that of State Attoornay. and Combining vote to be so bound. such municipality taxes' to be levied in the County
,r::' senatorial District and Calhoun and Persons to Work Shall Not Be Denied the Clerk of the Criminal and shall thereafter be bound by said Sections by the State. County County School
';Y.. ; Celt Counties. Florida shall constitute or Abridged on Account of Member- Civil Courts and Duties of Tax Collector Board School Districts, Special Tax I

." the Forty-first (41st) Senatorial ship or Non-Membership In any Labor with the Clerk of the Circuit Section 4. The County Tax Assessors School Districts and Municipalities. 1
'.!: the s the Union or Labor Organization: and Court. and; the County Tax Collectors of Dade 2. The Legislature shall at the Legislative -
t.egglslatirenshall
!;' also apportion the Providing that the Right of Em- BE THB LEGIS- and Orange Counties shall impose no Session; in 1945 and from time to i
IT
presentation in the House of Rep- ployees to Collectively Bargain Shall RESOLVED BY FLORIDA charge by way of fee or otherwise time thereafter, enact laws specifying '"
I aMenutatives, and shall allow three (3) Be Preserved. LATURE OF'THE STATE OF : upon the municipalities towns districts he pOwers. functions duties and comensatlon -
aepresentatlves to each of the nee That the Constitution of the State or other taxing areas within > of County Tax Assessor designated .
t'p i.vst: populous counties and two (2) BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGIS- of Florida be and the same is hereby said Counties for their services in In paragraph 1 of this Section
,{V' atpretentatlves to each ot the next LATURE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA amended by adding Article XX thereto making assessments and collections ofad 11. and shall likewise provide by law
'-, That the following amendment to the and as amended is agreed to, and
t,. gntecn more populous counties and valorem or acreage taxes or other for the extension on the assessment
'", .' :me(1) Representative to each ot 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 ')J
irssaalnlng: counties of the ,State at Section 12 of the Declaration of Rightsof the State of Florida for adoption or under. The Legislature of the State 'all taxes levied by the State Count
'. t&e time of such apportionment said Constitution be and the sameIs rejection at the next general electionto of Florida may' by law provide for pay- County School Board. School District
Should the Legislature fall to appor- hereby agreed to. and the same shall I be held in the year 1944. to-wit: ments to the respective County or Special Tax School Districts and Mu ,
Uon the be submitted to the qualified electors ARTICLE XX Counties In niclpalitics
4 ; y representation in the Senate I for an amount not to exceedone
of Florida
sad in the House of Representatives the State of the next ratification I Section 1. That on and after mid per cent of collections made and Section 12 1. From and after Jano 4 4

\, at any regular session of the Legls'jtccire I General or Election rejection that at Is to ensuing that night December 31st. 1944. the County paid by the Collector to each taxing ary 1. 1946. The County Tax Collector .
.} at any ot the times herein des- Section 12 of the Declaration of say.Rights Tax Assessors of the Counties of Dade authority, to cover all costs of collec- in the County of Hlllsborough. State ol
legslature: stall be the duty of the of the Constitution of the State of and Orange state of Florida shall tion and assessment incurred by the Florida shall collect all taxes levied in
or Legislatures succeeding Florida be amended as to read each become and be. the assessors of respective Counties. the County by the State. Count .
so
".. yoch regular session of the Legislature follows as all property in /theu respective Section 5. That on and after the County School Board. School Districts. '

,, either in Special or Regular session to "Section 12. No person shall be sub- Counties and they shall after that expiration of the term of the County Special Tax School Districts and Municipalities ,_,
'' apportion the. representation In the ject to be twice jut in Jeopardy fore date make all assessments of ad Tax Collectors of the Counties of Dade .
.),j, Senate and in the House ot Representatives the same offense. nor compelled in any valorem and acreage taxes and other and Orange State of Florida... for 2. The Legislature shall at the Lejf-
as herein provided criminal case to be a witness against taxes that are or may be imposed upon which said Collectors have been elected islatlve Session of 1945. and from time
):a preceding regular Federal or regular himself nor be deprived of life liberty real or personal property' or their use. as of the date of January '1st 1945. to time ,thereafter enact laws specify' ti
.:j 3Eate Census whichever shall have or property without due, processof including by way of a single valuationall the duties imposed unon the County lag the powers, functions duties andcompensation
been taken nearest- any apportionment law: nor shall private property betaken assessments upon property for each Tax Collectors of the Counties of Dade of County Tax Collector
3t; Representatives in the Senate and without Just compensation. The municipality town district. or other and Orange by law and this Article, designated In paragraph 1 of this Section -
to t :te House of Representatives shall right of persons to work shall not be special taxing district in Dade and shall be assumed and taken over by 12. and shall likewise provide for ".; <
control! in making ,such apportionment denied or abridged on account of mem_ Orange Counties Such ad valorem the respective Clerks ol the Circuit the collection, care. custov. reporting
In the event the Legislature bershlp or non-membership tn' anY assessments shall be subject, to review Court in and for Dade and Orange and disbursement of al taxe collected +
snail fall to reapportion the representation labor union. or labor organization: and equalization by the County Board Counties. who shall then each take bv the County Tax
in the Legislature as required b provided that this clause-shall not be of Equalization of each County. which over the books\ funds and accountsof Filed In- oifc Secretary 0 Stat
tails amendment before:: its adjourn construed to deny or abridge the right in each County shall consist of the rev the Collector for each County. and June 14 ,
ment (and such extraordinary session of employees by and through a labor eral County Commissioners and one who thereafter shall be known and The votes cast in compliance with said
oo called for reapportionment shall not organization: or labor union to bargain member appointed :from: and bv each termed as both the "Clerk of the Circuit proposed amedments. and the canvass.declarations .
Jw limited to expire at the end oxwanty collectively with 'theIr employer municipality or town !in each County Court" and "Tax Collector" of and returns th "-'.f. shall be

days or at all until reap Filed in office Secretary of state having a population ot more than the respective County for which he subjected to the same rcg.cistJns.: : as are I
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portlomnent is effected and shaD con May 8 1943 3.000 at the last census: said Board 13 Clerk provided by law for general elections lathe i
sider no business other than sue) of Equalization shall otherwise be governed ; Section a. On and after the expiration Slate of FlorIda. ,
-eapportlonment V''J by the general law from time of the terms of the County IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF.
Should this amendment be ratified A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an to time in force pertaining to the I Solicitors of Dade and Orange Counties. I have hereunto set my '. s;
',: :sa the General Election: in 1944 special Amendment to Section 24 of Article equalization of taxes: orovlded, every Florida, for which they shall be each hand and, affixed thp Great :t"
'WI'::,' elections: shall be called within ninety III of the Constitution of the Stateof municipality In each County havinc a I serving at the time this Article is I (SEA Seal of the State of Florida! \ :
lays thereafter for the election of Sen- Florida. Relating to Uniform Countyand population ol 3,000 or less may ap adopted, the State Attorneys of Dade at Talahasec. the Capital. ;
xrtors in: the Thirty-ninth (39th),, Municipal 'Government and the point an additional member who shall 1 I and Orange Counties respectively, shall this day of July ,I
.1 Fortieth ((40th}, and Forty-first (41st) Classification of Cities and Towns be or ,become a part of the Board of I. be and become the Prosecuting Officers A. D. 1944 '
"s' ffSenxscrial; Districts: In such special I BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLATURE Equalization for the purpose of equalization .1. of all the Criminal Courts of R A. GRAY
a assertions the Senators in the Tha lily. OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA, of taxes as respect any Drop- Dade and Orange Counties. respective- Secretar of State.r I
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1 I I II I be drilled before the No. 3 well Six-Hour Ferry Service non Company within six months aft-I I barges and tugs in essential transportation -
:HUMBLE WILL DRILL i which was to have been started a er the war is over, H. G. Williams coastwise'; and into the
mile east of No. 1. To Be Inaugurated of Jacksonville, president of Gatco, Caribbean '
area G. T. Baker,president -
: :The company's No. 2 well is now recently told the Florida State
MEW TEST WELL IN 1 better than 13,200 feet. It is located JACKSONVILLE, Sept. 13 _I Chamber of Commerce tourist' and I of National Airlines, Inc., is ;'r"
it I[ a mile west of No. 1 well which is (FNS)-Six-hour automobile and, development committee. treasurer and director, George W. II
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VICINITY OF NO. I f producing at 11,626 feet. All are on passenger ferry service from Key Gatco, with headquarters in Jack- Gibbs, Jr., vice-president of Gibbs
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11 I land of the Gulf Coast Realties Corporation will be sonville, is Florida Gas
West to Havana inaugurated!I a : corporation I Engine Co., is a vice president
Well .
i! a Collier subsidiary. by the Gulf Atlantic Transporta-j jit I now operates a large fleet of and a director --
'i No. 1 is located 35 miles south of '
According to word recently re- I
LaBelle.
Headed by officials of the Humble
'Oil Company in Tampa, another test I The Humble Company is also drilling -
*wells\vill be drilled on a site already I 40 miles west of Miami in Dade
half' County at 5,800 feet. A derrick
selected, about a mile and a ,
.north of the original, or Sunniland :, has been built on the company location -
Venus in Highlandscounty.
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Dominions and their peoples has survived for hundreds of year. 1

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, r. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. McCorkleleft IBS. BISHOP ENTERTAINS:: i I ST. SIARTIN'S EPISCOPAL

Tuesday for Nashville whereMr. GARDEN CLUB BOARD CHURCH
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McCorkle will resume' his medi-
cal work at a Nashville hospital and Mrs. R. M. Bishop, 'new presidentOf Services every' :Sunday: at ''8:30
"J"r; I SOCIETY Mrs. McCorkle has taken a positionas the Clewiston Garden Club, entertained a. m., at Clewiston Community
PERSONAL -- dietician. Mr. McCorkle duringhis the members of the executive Church.
residence here has been head of board with a spaghetti dinner Rev. S. D. Mason, Rector.

. .",. the United States Sugar Corpora- at her home Wednesday evening.
r.:' I tion first aid station. Enjoying the occasion were Mrs. --

[. .--- -- E. E. Kelly, Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs.: I Johnson's Fish Camp I
MISS AUBREY COMPLIMENTEDAT G. B. Rackstraw, Mrs. W. H. Lanier,
(Near Hurricane Gate)
.Y ''y I returned Sunday PARTY OX THURSDAYMrs. Mrs. E. L. Stewart, Mrs. W. L. Lott, I
Mrs. R. Y. Patterson J. E. Beardsley Clewiston, Fla.
' Mr. and
Irs. H. R. Hall and Mrs. J E.
\ spent the week-end in Miami. night from a visit with his parentsin Beardsley. Boats and Motors/Guide Service
Chicago.Mrs. J. DeValcourt. and Mrs. F. Rates Reasonable I
Joe Garcia and Bob Ahern spent W. Mueller were hostesses at a '''.. H. Johnson, Mgr.TAXICABS.
I JUNIOR G. A.'s :MEETVIT1I
the week-end in West Palm Beach. N. R. Hager of :Miami is bridge and :Michigan party on Thurs-

spending this week here with her day afternoon of last week com- ELNONRA TANNER .. ... ...................
Mr. and Mrs I. S. Bell. Miss Mildred : :NNNMN. :NN. :NN. : :w.NN:NN. : : : : : : : : : :
Wayne Sipe .of Palmetto spent parents, plimenting Aubrey, a
The G. A.'s met at the home of 1: FOR h
the week-end with Mr. and Mis. sister of Mrs. DeValcourt, who re- : Ai
Curtis Thompson.Mr. Miss Renee Wethington and :Miss cently arrived from New Iberia, La., Elnora Tanner last Wednesday ;:i;: ::i:
Laura Bailey are spending this weekin to serve as first grade teacher in evening with a program,I "Patsy's ...
and Mrs. V. Woodward left West Palm Beach. the Clewiston school this term. The School Mates and the Kingdom" in 1:i: DAY AND KITE SERVICE ._..

last week to spend their vacation party was held at the SugarlandPark which a number of the girls participated ,=:i=: PHONE '18 :=f::
visited friendsin succeeding the
Miss Marie Robbins legular .
recreation hall.
with relatives in Sparta, Ga. ... .:
,y : -, I I West Palm Beach over the week-' Mrs. J.V.. Ezelle won high score business session. The meeting was I.;..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.'

+\ Col. J. L. Terry, district ration- end. I prize at bridge, Mrs. G. B. Thomas, closed with sentence prayers.
Mrs. Tanner served a refreshing
ing officer of Fort Lauderdale, was) second, Mrs. W. E. Bolton, low and
Mr.' and Mrs.- J. A. Prince and drink[ and cookies to Iris Ann Wright,
business visitor here last Friday. ,
a Mrs. W. A. Davis, consolation; at
.. I'Miss Betty Kay French spent 'the Michigan Mrs W. R. Broaderickwas Helen Espenlaub, Sue Cornet'e, G. M. FORD
week-end inVest Palm Beach. Nadine Andrews, Mary Edith Sut-
Mrs. H. B. McDuffie, Mrs. C. H. : high and Mrs. C. M. Pirkle low. Civil
ton, Elnora Tanner, Christine Dun- Engineer and Surveyor
Berner and Miss Gloria McDuffiewere A guest prize was also presented to
Mrs. Foy Durrence and .daughter, away, Margaret Himrod, Joyce Tan- Specializing In Everglades
visitors in Miami' Tuesday. Miss Aubrey
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Bonnie Fay, have returned from a ner, Betty Lou Albritton of HollYwood -" Surveys
visit with friends at Signal Mountain A salad course and iced drink and Mrs.. W. A. Montgomery, i
Rev. David C. Hancock, and W. C. were served by the hostesses to 'Mrs. counselor. Phone 60 Clewiston, Fla.
I Tenn.
Owen were business visitors in West Ezelle, Mrs. Thomas, Mrs. Bolton, I I vww.r.riANNOUNCING

(, Palm Beach Tuesday. Carl Long and daughters Mrs. Broaderick, Mrs Pirkle, Miss .......................................... ...... .................... ... .
': / 1 I Mis., Jo F. Ann and Edith, have returned Aubrey, Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mrs. C. : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :.:.: :..:..:.:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..

tit. -, Mrs. Doyle Worth and Mrs. Vernon -}I i from a visit. in Pittsburgh, J. Nielsen, Mrs. L. H. Nash, Mis.
': .\ Henderson were in West Palm'1 Pennsylvania.Bill Harley Case, Mrs. Gene Powers, j jt
Beach over the week-end. Mrs. Doane 'Hine, Mrs C. L. Mc-
I Ii Handley left Monday for Lendon, Mrs. F. M. Rodriguez, Mrs.
I Gene Pitzen, Mrs. E. C. Mills Mrs.
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Miss Arvilla Hoperich is spend-I Gainesville where he will attend the .
ing a three-weeks' vacation visitingher : University of Florida during the Walter Vaughn, Jr., Mrs. W. A.
parents in north Florida. term. Davis, Mrs. M. M. Prewitt, Mrs. W.
coming
I :- C. Pre'riU'-1\1rs. W. L. Lott, Mrs J. The reopening of
Mrs. R. R. Hooks returned last Mrs. Patty Nead went to Lakelandlast Boudreaux, Mrs. C. E. Miner, Mrs.J. f .
" Thursday from a two weeks' vacation "[ Friday to bring b'ack'her son, E. Beardsley, Mrs. R. M. Hare,
which she spent at Siffual Mountain,I Charles, who has been visiting Jr., Mis. A. O. Ward, Mrs. R. C. The LaMboreton ClubAt
Tenn.j j relatives there. Wilson, Mrs. C. ,H. Berner, Mrs. H.
;,:.' ;' 1 R. Hall, Mrs. C. E. Johnson, Mrs.
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; I Miss Margaret Bell is leaving tomorrow ,
;: for New York 'City where Mrs R. M. Bishop, Mrs. J. F. Tip- the Junction of Roads 25 and 67

I she has accepted a position in the pey, 1rs.V.. H. Lanier, Mrs. W. C.
Owen, His. C. E. Gericke, Mrs. J. F.
offices of Bitting, Inc.
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\ Monisou, Mrs Fred Morrison, Mrs. On Saturday Sept. 16th
I Miss Florence Graham returned Hiney Anderson, Mrs. C. A. Martinez, ,
Mrs. 1I.V.. Bigg, Mrs. Tom Thomas,
visit
from vacation
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-t.. DAILY .MATINEE-3:4.s P. )f. J. Graham in Jacksonville. nette, Mrs. Philip Thielen, Mrs. S. Bring Your Friends

:rT: : ?.. NIGHT-7 & 9 P.f.. I L. Crochet, Mrs. John Kettl and
' Mrs. L. M. Weetman.
_-:. SAT. & SUN. CONTINUOUS I Mrs. Thos. B.- Owens and sons,
3 5 7 9 P. 31. I Jimmy and Tommy of Tampa, are
I spending this week with Mrs Ruth FOR SALE = 5-burner ; ,

WEEK BEGINNING SEPT. ;17 I B. Owens. .: '. .. Florence" Oil Range I \; ;. Elthea Ellis Elmore ; I

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"Stage Door Canteen"with I Miss Jo Ann Long and Miss built-in oven. Call 148JItp. .: .:..:y**.:..*..*..:7*..:.**..**.:***r*..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:+:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..;. :
j Marianne Jones will leave tomor-
6 Bands and 40 Stars riw for Tallahassee to enter Flor- 1 I I

Also CartoonS ida State College for Women for -

TUES. & WED., SEPT. 19 & 20 the.ensuing term. FOR SALE Singer Announcing.
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i Frank Cothern of the U, S. Engineer -' Sewing Machine. Good

office of Jacksonville, A. G.,
Brettler of Miami and Francis condition. Petal. A. L. THE RE-OPENING OF ,
I Walstrom of Tampa were business .
visitors here one day last week. Reese, Clewiston. 1 tp. THE TEXACO SERVICE STATIONFull
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I 7 WA PM 6 Y hi.c a I Mr. and Mis. M. G. Atchley of FOR SALE: Ladies' prewar line of Texaco Products .
; Moore Haven are the parents of an ,
I eight pound six ounce baby boy bicycle. To be

.. r HfRCARET RICAFDO till i!born Sunday morning at the Clewis- Mrs. E. and Specialized Lubrications: :

IINOSAV COPT n"IT -coy Ij;':ooosy I ton Hospital.. seen at J. Smith'sEast .. I. ,,

-Also- j ----.1 Osceola four doors
V. A. Reames spent the week-end General Auto Repairing k
; in West Palm Beach Mrs. Reames from high school. 1 tp

ssa- I and their son, Donnie, who had been

9 ',visiting there for 'a week returned FOR SALE-Rose bed- LEON BEMBRY Manager '
c- I home with him. I;
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: Mr. and Mrs. J. E, Beardsley were
'. .rWHAT' is THE FUTURE in West Palm Beach Tuesday to two bureaus, vanity, --

,OF BRITAIN'SGREAT visit Mrs. J. W. Beardsley and her bench, chair. To be seen
.. I baby son at Good Samaritan Hos-
,1 EMPIRE?! at Mrs. Mumford's in '
I pital. CLEWISTONGOLF I;

I Parker T. Wilson returned Tues- Sugarland Park. 1 Itp .

: day from ,Baltimore, Md., where he I ,
. *.... ', '\. has been taking medical treatment, FOR SALE Two 3- COURSE ,
;' cj? : 'THUKh. & Mil., :MJrr. liL & 22Rodo at Johns Hopkins Hospital for sever
s al weeks. burner kerosene stoves.
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.1. ,,1 I: .Lou Place and Bob Ohlinger of $5.00 each.: Small ,ice "" /
'f I IaKo Miami spent several days here this \ "
box Mrs. M. o .
$5.00. J. !
.: week. Mrs. Place accompanied them ,."..;;; r :

'. 4 I back to Miami where Mr. Place expects -.Fountain, Phone 82. I'tp ";;:.
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:: Eastern Air Lines. FOR SALE: High chair
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Bob Ruet has taken the '
< Cartoon and Latest News I Lt.. and Mrs. J. W. Beardsley are seat blue over
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.:,; I; SATURDAY'" SEPT.-' 23RD l half pound baby son who was ,born enamelled chest 24x30. club house. You may be sure ,
't q Monday morning at Good Samaritan
i I Hospital in West Palm Beach. He twelve .Hygeia bottles. that either Bob or Mrs. Ruet will -

:: has been named James Wayne, Jr.
.',,, I Call 1 140-R. 1 Itc. be on the job and give you a hearty .

'.. !1 A. W. Lawrence is i leaving today
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for San Francisco to re-enter servI FOR SAtE-Beautiful welcome. :
ice of the postal department of the i ;
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U. S. Navy after spending a three- boxed stationery '

'week vacation with' Mrs. Lawrence im The course is in good condition;:::
Roj 4 here. name or monogram

printed. Colors white,
; Mr. and Mrs Julian Dixon, formerly _
/' of Clewiston, are the parentsof blue and grey. $3.00 .. -
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which they have named Virginia per box. Will make excellent _
I Murial. Their home is now in Tam- .
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.. Also Cartoon and Marines, arrived from Pelham, Ga., stock so place your orderat Clewiston% Golf Course -
'Vallej of Vanishing Men" this week for a visit with his sister.
Chapter No. 11 Mrs. L. N. Davis and Mr. Davis. He once.-The Clewiston

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Grandpappy Morgan, a hillbill PROUDLY.' give to all who faithfully use "'1

of the Ozarks, had wandered oil : them the society the spiritual t:

into the woods and failed to return T .WHITE. ??: '7P/ti-'& W.N.U.TEATimt presence, of the best and greatest -

for supper, so young Tolliver was of our race.-W. E. Chan-
sent to look for him. After some THE STORY THUS FAR: Ucut. Col: are left of them-still like to hope entire charge of completing the ar ning.

time, he found him standing in the Frank Kurtz, pilot of a Flying Fortress, maybe he succeeded in landing on ][ rangements. To know what prefer instead -

bushes, several miles from home. tells of that fatal day when the Japs his that Bali beach, which looks so nice "Nothing remained to be done except of saying Amen you to what
struck in the Philippines. Eight of in the travel folders and will turn
dark Grandpappy the most important thing of all
"Getting men were killed while fleeing for shelter, : the world tells you you oughtto
up grinning some day, telling them the officer before
the young chap ventured. and Old 99, with many other Forts, was leaving had been prefer, is to have kept your
what a social success he was with unable to find radio
"Yep." demolished on the ground. After escape a operator for soul alive.-Robert Louis stev-

"Suppertime, Grandpap." ing to Australia, what is left of the the natives. this last ship. Without one they enson.

squadron flies to Java, where they go "But it was pitiful. We lost almost could not !start: because unless they

"Yep. on many missions over the Philippines all our dive bombers there, gave a prearranged radio signal Learn patience'. .
"Ain't you hungry?" and the Java sea. The Japs learn the and about half our P-40 fighters. Of when they approached Corregidor Though the night be drear and long,
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weakness of the E model Fortress, sorrow
"Yep. course Bud and his gang made the the Rock's guns would blow them to
stick a .50-callber gun in the morrow, ,4JA
"Well air comin' home? the boys that pieces. Could the Air Force
ye navigator's compartment. Kurtz senseshe Japs pay ten to one for taking possibly right to every wrong. f-

"Nope.." is being watched in Java and one airfield-but the Japs had it to pay. let them have a radio operator? Let not the sun go down upon

"Why ain't yc?" night wakens at the glare of a flashlight. "With the Japs holding that Bali Since the mission was a dangerousone your wrath.Serviceable.

"Standin' in a b'ar trap!" The hand that held It also held a dagger. field, they could send bombers and the assistant said he would pay.

Tie would-be assassin gets away. fighters into every corner of Java, a man who volunteered a bonus out

and we knew it was almost over. of the money his chief had left in

TOPS FOR YOUR HAIR CHAPTER XVII ,But anyway the Forts could now the bank. Shopping

Smooth It, add lustre-style; bomb our own field the Japs had tak- "Now asking our Colonel for a ra-
p- with fragrant dressing-only25c.: en from us-very convenient, be- dio operator was like asking him for Bag of Crochet Cotton

MOROUNE HAIR "We dreamed and prayed for this. cause we knew exactly where every- his right arm. But Java was caving

TONICDri And as a matter of fact the Navy thing was."When in, the situation was tense. Our Colo- w

did make an attempt. An aircraft nel hesitated and then said that
,
I got back late to the ho-
tender was loaded with P-40's and
LIGHTER tel there was that beautiful Dutch while he couldn't order anyone on so
started out from,Australia. But what
dangerous mission he ;:
girl, the one with the black hair a thought
happened was just what was feared. and the pale face which was so even after we explained clearly what
Those P-40's were in crates stacked
wistfully sad in repose. Only there it was, we could get a volunteer.
/ S decks she had to
her
FRED Palm SkIn high on so "And
did. We told the
Whll.n.r lightcnj talUuoddark were no sudden little smiles light- we men
skioi Easy Raft Oe at come clear in-through skies the Jap the mission most but
dangerous
drugstore User dare Mdlrected ing it up now. She was at the table was
bombers ruled. She went down with
.St:,fsction or Mon y as where she and John Robertson of the greatest possible service to
Baek.FREESAMPLE.Send9aportage.GalenolDept.. V. her entire crew and those crated, our country. And out of the line
Box 254. Atlanta, Geortfa P-40's forty miles off the, southwest ...
stepped a clean-cut, alert-looking kid
DR. FRED WHITENER PALMER'S'SKIN coast of.Java-but I'm sure the Navy called Sergeant Warrenfeltz. Only
the best it could for us
was doing after this
did I tell him of the five-
with what they had. thousand-dollar bonus. We let War-

"AlLINFAGGED OUT? "The next night a Navy man who renfeltz go down and look over the Ci.)
in from little fleet
had
just got our
ship, loaded with surgical equip-
Do you feel "all in" and ready to sleep told me what had happened to the ment, food, drugs; and three hun-
after a day's work? Would you like to Marblehead and the Houston, those dred thousand rounds of .30-caliber
get rid of that tired feeling and Join in two beautiful cruisers which had "
the fun-have abundant pep and vitality ammunition, so that she was practi- /
? Maybe your system lacks certain been the nucleus of our Asiatic Fleet cally a floating bomb. He talked to
elements such as Iron, Iodine, Calciumand -helping the Dutch and Australians 1 the ,
captain (a Swede) and looked
Vitamin B-l, the so-called "pep"vitamin. defend Java. With the rest of the
VITA-BERLES, the high-po- TCTh. over the Negro and Chinese crew. l l1tjlhiUt11111{ { j
fleet they'd been out in the Java-
tency treatment combining all these elements There were two-one for topside
and providing 1500 USP units of Sea. When they sighted a Jap recco ( dressed like Javanese natives so the
vitamin B-1 daily, may be just what you plane overhead about noon, they
: need for,a happier healthier, romanticlife 1r Japs might mistake her for a fish-
in for trouble.
knew They
especially if you're .over 40.-Try they were ing trawler. Then Warrenfeltz cameto
VITA-BERLES today. Just $1.00 a box had no carrier, of course, which me with written orders from the

f at your druggist or order direct from could send a fighter up to shoot it bomber command and I told him 54 99 ?i
ERLES SALES CO. I
VITA down. He said the Jap bombers
2175 Station H Cleveland, Ohio. pres- the ports of call. They v'ere to
ently came over them from their .
.. slip out at night, down the north ;
bases in Borneo and the Celebesour
coast of Java through Lombok
bases' they had captured) in
([
Strait, then along the NetherlandsEast
three waves, spaced about half an t-
Indies, then cut up east of
hour apart. By skillful maneuvering the Celebes, running the Jap block-
1 the bombs of the
dodged
they ade into the Philippines till they
first two, waves. But the third, r
t came to Manila Bay entrance,
') which crippled them caught them where they would be challenged by
house-
.
just at sundown, and cheweti their UNBLEACHED'string
'MUTUAL STSriM,.""d Oilur' Agar ,/ the Rock. And he was to answer on will

ii'.. King' Heralds Male Quartet superstructures into steel spaghetti. the radio with the proper signal. make this 18-inch folding bag.

S fREE! '.". 161. C.,.. Oo4ellc. Ctvttf "In the darkness, they were able "He knew what he was getting Take it to market in your purse.
MaxjuHiai* tuiuj ntxat ncmanst: *CEUIM to crawl out of and the ,
'1.. ; away range, into. We'd been flying over those It's enough to hold a raft of "
I V/ISE-WAYS-WEAL Marblehead eventually got back to 1 waters for months; he knew just groceries.strong ,.

a'> WCSCWATLWBDWWBML.k the States." how thick ,the Jap surface ships *

WPDQ-WISP-WDBO "But troubles of our own were were,'and also that they had hardlya To obtain complete crocheting directions

S Newspaper Log Show' Other Stations looming ahead. The boys in Nayy et, fifty per cent chance of escaping for the String Marketing Bag (Pattern .
.
No. 5499) send 16 cents in coin, your
: BOX.55 ficlOSANGELES/53. CAUF.f Patrol Wing 10 came in with the I being blown up by a Jap mine just came address and the pattern number.

report that their planes on recon- outside the breakwater. Why did

naissance had sighted a force of he do it? To help those poor devilsin "SEWING CIRCLE NEEDLEWORK

RHEUMATIC PAIR six Jap transports and five warships the infantry, dying on Bataan. 530 South Wells St. Chicago.

f. Iud pat Spoil year Day-Cet after It Now headed toward Bali Strait, which di- He'd seen the cargo. And then the Enclose 15 cents (plus one cent to

Don't put off getting C-2223 to relieve vides Java from Bali. They were I II I money-he told "me exactly what to cover cost of mailing) for PatternNo.

pain of muscular rheumatismand after the Den Passar airdrome on -- do with that, and the message I .
other rheumatic pains. Caution:
Use only as directed. First bottle Bali-our last steppingstonehaving Caught them just at sundown and must send, but we'll come to it lat Name

purchase price back if not satisfied.60c already occupied the airfield at chewed their superstructures into er. Of course it was all pretty irregular ,Address

and $1.00. Today buy C-2223. Timor..' This was, as maybe you now steel spaghetti. paying a man for heroism.,

begin to see, a war of airdromes- Maybe when peace comes, some- t. .

FOR QUICK RELIEF Clark, Del Monte, Kendari, Sama- usually sat, alone. When she saw body in a swivel chair in Washington The

rinda, Kupang; all of them lost me she jumped up and came run- will start writing us letters ask- x Fertilizer

j pearls in the United Nations' defenses ning across the room. Had I seen ing us why we did it, and I don'tknow Improved"MARVEL" and SeedDistributor

a and now Den Passar. Next it John? she wanted to know, in her what we'll say. And then it

A Soothing S A LV E. could only be Malang, KNILM, Gno- pretty broken English. all ended happily for us, becausethe p r'rvsiwr KrtvwVff

ANTISEPTIC ro, and Madiun-all we had left on money Warrenfeltz was sup
l Use'dby thousands re.- "Out in the lobby they had told
with satisfactory the strand. posed to receive for trying to dc
suits for 40 years-six valuable ingredi me John was missing. He'd been
/,; ents. Get Carboil at drug stores or write "All I can say is the Dutch and out on reconnaissance patrol in that what he did was never paid. But
Spurlock-Neal Co., Nashville, Tens. Americans to defend
were ready that comes later."Meanwhile .
lumbering slow old Navy flying boat,
Bali with what had. Our little
we and there had been two messages we had other thingsto

surface navies moved in that nightto from him: 'Many Zeros sighted and worry about. The Japs had put a'

clip them a glancing blow on the tHen about a minute later a final little landing''force ashore on a tiny\

run, as they'd done at Macassar one: 'Zeros closing in.' That left island sixty miles north of Surabaya, l

Straight, and our submarines did 'a only three of the ones I knew in and taken over its radio station. '

grand job in the moonlight. The gallant patrol; Wing 10, Commander
Colonel sent his Fortresses out and Bill and "They hadn't told us yet," said
Peterson Hardy Duke
"
FLIES BREED .."PIN down ,to 5,000, to paste them from Campbell. None of them had been the Bombardier, "but we smelled it. 1 1

:.' the air. We left two transports able to tell her, and when I lookedat Rumors were running all over the The

FILTH = burning in the moonlight, and a crip- her face I found I couldn't either. place that we might evacuate any lemon's
(} time Madiun where I
pled cruiser. now. was
V Because it was the face of someone
"Next morning it was up to the frozen with fear in a nightmaresofrozen based, was being bombed every day valuable.

v V Air Force alone, because the Navy knew she daren't move now"- we'd go out on a mission and equip.meat.. .

was too tiny to venture out by day. you truth if told her always come back to find craters in ':' 8:, riy2.Y Y
the
to accept you Will tact a lifollmo. ,.;". i%
When we'd land, immediately -
our
{ v THEM FEED 'The Forts went over, of courseinfact afraid. runways. .
; so I too was FREE Folder fr
n+ everything we had, to smashat there'd be another, alarm (
ON FILTH those Jap transports as they "In all the evenings that were left and we'd have to hop off the field The above picture shows one Distributor

thirty thousand (there were not to be many) I avoid- without servicing the planes or load- assembled as shipped.The inset (circled)
poured troops onto
it haunted has hopper detached to show working
because was
ed that lobby, -
ing more bombs.
the beach at Bali. The P-40's were parts and mechanism.
t+ 1 1 led by Bud Sprague himself. That by a ghost-a pretty, pale, fear- "Also, instead of going out to tar-

he got his commission frozen face that came running up gets in formations, we now were Developed especially for Pasture
morning as and Orchard
Improvement
colonel. to you and asked, with hope' forced going singly. As soon as we'd get

a before lieutenant the take-off He.paused to scrawl just his into a frightened smile, if you had one ship on the ground long enoughto construction.All heavy steel electrically, welded

THEY seen John. To me the most frightening get it gassed and bombed up,
signature on his papers, but he didn'ttake
ghost of all-the ghost of a dead we'd take off by our little lonesome, Spreads all broadcast materialsTopDressingNitratePhosphateLime
SPREAD time to pretty himself in
up
love which will not die. dodging Zeros to pick just any target
I his new silver leaves; I guess he
all commercial fertilizers and
FILTH'WA from the countless transports that -Slag-
"But there's something else that
to die
: satisfied in his old
gold
was
;. #t4' I ones. Because what they desperately should be told, only I must go backin were swarming off Java. In the seed broadcasting operations.
cruiser anda Pulled by wagon,truck.tractor. Capacity 35 ,
last week I a light
needed was dive bombers, and ,the story a little. The Army had got gallons or 300 Ibs. Can spread 25 to 30 foot f-..
ground officer to Sura- transport-blew the end off the swath at 15 miles per hour.
sent a high
DONS about all they had was 'P40'safighter
: TOLERATE PLIES special mission of great transport. Now in use in over 40 states
plane which was never builtas baya on a
and' with about a mil, "Nothing was sure, except the fact ORDER TODAY IMMEDIATE SHIPMENT
stable platform to launch importance,
td a an that all those Jap ships moving to- Specify whether you want one for tires or
ui/l dollars deposited to his creditin
egg from. But all right, there the lion lugged wheels.
ward Java weren't pleasure yachts
job' was to do, and so Bud climbed. the Javische Bank. With this he have Price $100.00 F. 0. B. Demopolis, Alabama
and didn't
into the cockpit. was to buy and equip :with. supplies that we any recep- All shipments aid ie advance, C O.D
tion committee to meet them. On
three blockade runners which would or S.D.B.L. attached
TANGLEF00T 'How at. the
many passes target
what turned out to be my last dayI DEALERS WANTED
ammunition
Corregidor
to
to make carry ,
.are we going ? someone
FLYPAPER- asked. medical supplies, and food for those got my plane loaded with bombs I.P.RANDALL( MANUFACTURING CO, Ltd.
and took headed for
off, a huge con-
fails 'Depends on how wild poor devils'on Bataan ;who were still P.O.Box 272,
never many down
we'd heard was coming
Economical/, not ot Two of the ships had voy DEMOPOUS Dopl. A
rationed. For sate hairs I'm sprouting when we. get fighting on. toward from Borneo. We met it

hardware, drug and grocery itorei.'CATCHEJ over her,' says Bud with a grin, already left. A third was almost halfway us- the plane ahead of us AtABAMA.J

and they were off. ready to go. was already pasting it when we arrived -

P. THE GERM 1"4c"'p4l "He led them cold pigeon into that "This officer left Java the twenty- We came in at 28,000 watch-

:A1WJELLA4THE FLYJ'il Jap barrage over ,the Bali beach- sixth of February. The day after ing this first ship plunking direct hitson ;"

t.f t. Hell-back! here, the people don't he, left, his assistant, a young sec-. two parallel strings of transports Leaf 40 c.==OUR"CtpBruih" =

know that boy ever did a thing out 'ond lieutenant called me up in con- -seventeen in each string, thirty- Applicator,1
l nwU "BLACK t AF4 f :. there-and the other boys saw him siderable anxiety.. His chief, he ex four in all, with fifteen or twenty JUST A CO MUCH FARTHER
*
l HEETsZSM lS. go down in on his run-:and never plained, had paid him the compli- naval craft circling them.TO DASH IN FEATHERS.OR ./

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Cooper Union address
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conquering
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now. Lesson for September 17 Berlin within the last two cen- baby flat-tops or escort carriers? I ":

By All Means turies? The Answers .
time, you crawl out on the :
m "My dear 1 imagined would ANY Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected 2. How
never you to be many Presidents of the 1.
The
'. of a limb, you've got and copyrighted by InternationalCouncil Russian troops of Catherine .
; marry the man you" diel, said Gladys. ready for the limb to crack. We of Religious Education; used by United States have been under 50' the Great ,in 1760, and the ',,,
r "Neither did I, replied her friend. "I permission. when' .
inaugurated?
a disliked his nays, but 1 adored, his moved into that position recently Old Guards of Napoleon in 1806. '
means." when we attempted to name an all- THE KINGDOM STRONGLY 3. The Bible tells of a man who 2. Six. _,

time National league outfield.In ESTABLISHED fastened firebrands onto the tailsof 3. Samson (Judges 15:4, 5). .:

t T Exception the wake of this nomination foxes and sent them into the 4. They press a "yes" or' "no" ;:

First Reporter-Do you hyphenate :- we' "heard the shots fired around LESSON TEXT-n Samuel 2:4-7; 5:1.10. cornfields. of his enemies. Who,was button on their desk. Thus they ,:],!

,, headache? the world," ''includ- GOLDEN TEXT-They that trust In the he? can pass a bill within 90 seconds.? : :

r Second Reporter-Not unless it's ing the South Pa- ..\.. Lord shall be as mount Zion which cannotbe 4. By what method 'do the mem- 5. :Abraham Lincoln. ".';
moved, but abldeth forever.-Psalm 125:1.
; a splitting, head. cqe.Willys. cific and the Euro- a; bers Finland'sparliament'vote: ( ? 6. ."Woolworth carriers. '

','
front. Our -- '
: pean Position and power are importantto \

nominations were a king, but of even greater importance :'JI
Fred Clarke of ,,..
& ; is the winning of the )
, the Pirates, Terry ,e\
hearts of his people. Only'as he has
Moore of the Cardi- them with him can he build a great ,1
nals, Mel Ott of the + S nation. <
.'
/ builds theeconomical
Giants and
Jimmy David the Lord's anointed.
arYfry was ., ,',
Sheckard of the The his. But God "
kingdom
f' was expected 1

ht Dodgers..._ and the"ro..1. him to make the necessary ;',j
\JUUO. effort and use his own abilities to :

cep I Then the fusillade Grantland Rice bring it into a place of honor and ( tz :
opened "What }
,usefulness. God gives us all we '',
"
about Zach Wheat of the Dodgers? have but He does not shower it ')i
of the Giants : Alf '
"What about Ross Young '
down must out and :
Slight TrackVPossenger ?" "What about Stan' Musial of on us; we go ; ,.k\t ,
it.
possess
Car
the Cardinals?",There were others- :'
:
Blight/ Tractors I. The Southern Tribes Declare : j
'" I George Burns of the Giants, Mike
PlantSNAPPY Their Loyalty ((2:4): ). ,
i i >w n
Wildfire Schulteof
;; Donlin of the Giants,
The nation was divided into two /mi V J '
Hofmanof ,:r4
the Cubs, Circus Solly 9C5
parts, Judah in the south and Israelin
Roush of Cincin- 1
the same team,
the north. To them 1A
bring together
nati, Klein of Philadelphia, not for- ,
',
'- : FACTS again called for consummate skill. ,
of Pittsburghand
getting Paul Waner
; w David had it.
..- ABOUT Brooklyn, Medwick of the Car- j
When Saul had died, David
dinals, Dodgers and Giants. :
RUBBERNormally showed his respect and genuine CAM YOU HEAD THE .:
These were among the leading loyalty to the king by his actions _

,. 1 counter-attacks thrown at our top and by his song of lament which e

oj selections, covering only the last 40 we find in II Samuel 1. Then by CRYSTAL BALL? )

years. That's as far back as we the Lord's leading he went to

feel like walking, or looking.In Hebron, the national capital of *

f there are 20 percent spite of the heavy barrage Judah, and there awaited the will of

I more tire failures'during thrown in our direction, we still stick the people. Neither_ can we. ',.if

'- the summer months than with our original pick, admitting that Their declaration for David was = '
Jf could we'd be able tell when '
Paul Wa- we to i
Mike Donlin, Zach Wheat, you you
ethers. Tests have shown not ,long in coming. They knew and ,
that at a temperature of ner and Pep Young would- be serious respected him. He had shown him- canhave the CLARION radio you want. S ./

;a ; <90< degrees tires wear out, challengers. self to be their friend (I Sam. 30:26):
'. twice as fast as at 60 degrees Here is our testimony: Fred and now they'made him king. But we can tell you this much: -;

I and that Clarke and Jimmy Sheckard, old- It will be after finish for -,.!
l at 100 degrees 'II. The King Makes Friends by very soon we our job
: : timers, are, better than the modern
: ,
,\ t. they wear out five Being Friendly ((2:5-7): ). Uncle Sam. "
'1 crowd knows. Far better. Terry :: .:
W. times fast
: as as at 40 The men of Jabesh-gilead hear

.j ;:,:,_ ,; degrees. Moore the is National the best league defensive ever outfielder lookedat ing that the Philistines had killed .. When civilian production is resumed, your

.
\. Even with Saul, went for his body and gaveit CLARION dealer will be able show '
production being a ball player with a fiery spirit to you a '
suitable burial. This David -" '
:l restored gave '
at Far East
rubber
who was also strong man on the .,
,;,' plantations and occasion to show his fine spiritof superb line of table models, table combinations, \
our synthetic offensive side, a normal .300 hitter.I .
,: ," >i plants working at peak, authori- appreciation, which naturally console combinations
: don't. have to tell you any more battery sets, portables,
warmed the hearts of all those who
: I
ties believe there will be tight
I : a about Mel Ott, the lone National
I and
had loved ; chair-sides.
and
followed Saul. It
I
was
rubber situation for
time
some
leaguer who could match the,best of

<': '\ following-the end of the war. the A. L. in power. Leave off Mel time excellent it was strategy the natural, ,but"at'the expressionof same .... Whether it be your next radio or your first

\ Ott and you slip in a machine gun '
a kind heart. radio, make sure it is a CLARION. *,". ;
for a howitzer or a navy 16-incher.
He that would have friends must

American League BetterI show himself friendly (Prov. 18:24).

And, why not? The friendly and ;..; ;? .
can name you two sets of American open-hearted kindness of some

,. league outfielders who for total Christians does more to win othersto

) : 'i value tional. outclass the pick of the Na- Christ than the brilliant dis-

,' courses of some cold, exclusive
&- Here they are: No. 1-Cobb, Ruth, Christian worker.
.
Speaker. No. 2 Joe Jackson Di-
,
III. The
Northern Tribes
,.c:!' Recog-
Maggio, Ted Williams. nize Their King (5:1-5): .
This second American league out-
A period of
field is much better than any top seven years elapsed
before this took place. The house of
outfield from UtlIifi3DXKf3.IQ
we can pick the Na-
Saul was not willing to yield its
;. tional. There can't be any argumentover supposed rights ,to the throne, and . ; .
Cobb and Ruth
: Speaker or
;i I1 L Ruth, Cobb and Speaker. And they there was fighting and struggle. In
,it all David showed himself be
to
\ have only a brief nod over Jackson, T
DiMaggio and Williams, especiallyon upright and considerate. Shoulder a Gun or the Cost of One :1.

the run-making side.I There, is value in gradual development ] -
.. United States War Bonds }f
and in the struggle for the Buy *
don't believe fervid assault- .
}.; .\\1O'csiECK, IA my right. Had David found immediate '
.s can pick a National league out-
1..( '" success ''one wonders whether he J
field as good as the second American )'
league trio I have named. Those would have gained the strength he ji 1
:' needed for the future.
.J 6166 who think they can would make FOR HOME BAKERS
Then came the day when Israel, HINTS

take poor Bill scouts.Dickey will tell you that Ted the tribes of the north' country, of without Kneading! J:
.
Liquid for Malarial Symptoms Williams was the greatest hitter he selves their own under accord David.chose Note to put that them-it [Tender Crusty Rolls

ever saw and Bill played with Ruth
was because of their regard for himvv. ycllowladcl ntlsf- !
Gehrig and DiMaggio.
DiMaggiowas ( 1, 2) that they 'came to himv. Make tlrem'withflWUhmanns: 'I
something more than a great ( 3). That was great gain.A with more EXTRA rjfgmlns. ;
Relieves smarting torment and hitter. Joe was a great ball player, united How they fresh past
people importantthat
7' covers with protecting coat. about 50-50 with TrisSpeaker on de .
is in the affairs of the nations.
; I Generous supply cost little. fense.. BREAD ROILS f
Nothing is more disturbing: or a N0-KNEADING

Into Deeper TroubleHere greater hindrance than internal frig Yeast 2 tablespoons water sugar ,
Belschmanns boiling
MEXSW.SOOTHING 1 cake a cup
is a race where we ran a tion.Think 14 cup lukewarmwater 1 egg>beaten
then, how important it is
MEDICATED POWDER poor last.A /i 31/4 cups flour
that God's people in the Christian' tempoS
marine sergeant sent us this 1% salt and sugar to I
problem somewhere in the Pa- Church stand together in undivided lukewarm water.Place shortening add yeast and 1I 1
fijom I
lukewarm
loyalty to Christ Dissolve yeast in When- .
our King, and in bo cling water. beat well.a
cific a problem starting an add
,
uproar bowl: I
INYOUR' lovingdevotion to another.IV. separate to
,' one chill 2
with several hundred dollars bet: mu W and
WOMEN beaten egg; with plate with
Y S It seems that with two out the next The King Established 'a Na- Place greased bowld greased, mum p ans > full. Brush tops draft, 'I i
dough fl11 free from
man up took a swing at the third tional Capital (5:6-10): pinch oil and and let rise In warm P lace. 20 utes.
Do You Hate HOT FLASHES? strike. He missed the strike but the Jerusalem, which was to be the ; melted shortening. Cover 5 F'for ;

If you suffer from hot flashes, feel ball struck his shoulder, bounded "city of David," and which figuresso until light, abaut2 hose ly Makes 2 dozen
weak nervous a bit blue at times- pan
..'t all due to the functional "middle- away, and he ran to first. prominently not only in history Remove from

"l. age"Lydia period E. Plnkham's peculiar Vegetable to women-try Com The marine sergeant claimed he but in prophecy, had to be wrested

pound to relieve such symptoms. was out. The infantry didn't thinkso. from the hands 'of the heathen

Taken regularly-Pinkham's Com- Jebusites, and be established as the
pound helps build
up resistance
against such annoying symptoms. I agreed with the'infantry. Trust- sacred city'and the capital of the

Pinkham's Compound Is made ing foolishly to memory and intui- Jewish nation.

especially ture and thaVs for women the kind-it helps of medi-na- tion I figured he must be safe. I Note that the kind and considerateking Y>i Cv (

cine to buyl! Follow label directions wrote the sergeant to this effect. was not a ;weakling. He knew y i

LYDIA E. mnnniii'1j COM ffi Now, Ford Frick, president of the how to fight and to win. Verse 8 is

National league, writes me that I difficult to interpret, but evidently

was wrong. does not mean that David was

he cruel. The Jebusites taunted him by
"The batter was out says. "If
on a third strike the ball'touches any saying that their blind and cripples 1.I

part of the batter, he is out auto- could hold the wall against David'smen.

matically." Then they doubtless put their .
best soldiers on the wall, and David
I still can't understand
why, 'as said to his NEW WARTIME:EDITION! OF FLEISCHM ANN'S RECIPE BOOK!
men, "Let us take these
,on a third strike the batter can run FREE! '
Clip and paste on a penny
Destroy Food on a ball thrown into the dirt or on cripples. post card for your free copy Name
KILL Th They read Disease a wild pitch. We see in verses 9 and 10 that I I' of Fleisckmann's newly revised "- '

\,-i 8YUSING I only hope the marine sergeantdoesn't David was not only a fighter, but R w Dozens"The of easy Bread recipes Basket.for' Address ,
also a builder. He began then the M 4- bread,rolls, desserts.Addres*
and I only
sue me .can
prom- _
Standard Brands,Grand Cen- Town or City .County.'T'
development of
Jerusalem
ise that on the next matter of rules the ': ''7 tral Annex, Box 477, New
great: city of which we are to York 17, N. Y.
35S AT DRUGGISTS 0R6byears :,1, will consult Ford Frick before attempting yet State
to make decision. near wondrous things.
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Books I i Zofia Kossak; Joseph the Provider NOTICE 0
List of New
: by Thomas Mann; Alibi For Isobel

At Clewiston Library I by Mary Roberts Rinehart; Out On ASX TO RALEIGH 14081725, Btry IIARDIN1(I) 209th PADILLA CA Marion MarketCopenhagen
I'A Limbo by Claire McMurray; Mr. 3 Tin (A.A.), APO 612 coo| PostmasterNew Cabbeqe Seed
I York City, New York:
War by
The following new books have Glencannon Ignores the You are hereby notified that Bill for Market
Guy Gilpatrick Cluny Brown by Divorce has been filed against you by
recently: been received at the Clew-. Avle Shirley Padilla in the Circuit
according to report Marjorie Sharp. ,}Court of Hendry County, Florida, at PER POUND
3ston Library I I Westerns: Cartridge-Case-Law, ]:'LaBelle I and you are required to appear Postpaid . .- '. $4.00
from Mrs. W. L. Lott today; : in .tI
i iI I said suit on October 2nd 1944.
and Gunfighter
Shorty
Non-Fiction: The Time for Decision -i Wild Horse |or the Bill will be taken as confessled. Fine Seed
Breed by Nelson C. Nye and Crazy II i iI -Northwestern Grown
F by Sumner Welles; You'reOnly I Chas. L. McNichols. j I I (SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL,
Human Once by Grace Moore; Weather by I I Clerk Circuit 'Court High Germination
i j. Mysteries: On The Danger; Line j!I Hendry County, Florida.
Everybody's Radio Manual, pubUsha -I ,
Sept. 1 8 15, 22 1944.
Simenson The Corpse !I I
by Georges ; I II
Anna and
Science
by Popular ; HESTERS
Without a Clue by R. A. J. Walling; xoTicn I IncorporatedWILDWOOD
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the King of Siam by Margaret L.'m-I I Death Drops Delilah by Quenna I TO ALFRED. McKINNIE, I ,

don.Fiction Sholem I Mario and No Bones About It by A. T. Co. 47th Inf., A.P.O. 9, A.S.N. FLORIDA
: The Apostle, by I I
Ruth Sawtell Wallis. 34057541. co| Postmaster,
Asch; Pastorial by Neyil: Shute; I I __ New York, New York:
You notified that Dill for
by Barbara Klaw; i are hereby -- -
Camp Follower ,
I i Divorce has been filed against you by
Time Must Have. A Stop by Allous Girls Varsity Club ;I Flossie Bell McKinnie in the Circuit
Are the Meek by Court of Hendry County, Florida, at
Blessed
HMxley; I II LaBelle and you are required to appear -
i Held Meeting Monday in said suit on November 6th,
I 1944 or the Bill will be taken as conIfessed. -
( i;
I Monday night the girls Varsity i (SEALWILLIAM ''T. HULL, PIANOS"MirrAplanos"
,1' Clerk Circuit Court
Club held its 'first: fall meeting at I I Hendry County, Florida..
: Nowis: the time to :Sept 15, 22, 29, Oct. 6.
]I the home of Carolyn Bryant. I I
IIICYCI.ES SIDF.WALliS The mast talked about pianos in the country
; start a, regular I The early part of the evening was. Pursuant to Section 07f 19, of Ordin- today. Every one is thoroughly re-built, Inside and out, by expert ,
taken up with arrangements for ance 15 of the City of Clewiston, Flor- piano technicians In our own shops. The time
and skill we apply
ida the following rules and regulations to :
.; making a house to house canvass for are hereby adopted as to the MirrApianos styling definitely restores the original quality
< I riding and parking of bicycles on of tone and touch to each instrument. Their appearance is similar
r the sale of season football tickets. sidewalks in said city: to the pre-war Splnettc. Truly
n piano you would be proud to have
No person shall ride or park a bicycle in
C. A. Martinez and Melvin Pape are on any sidewalk In the City of your home. Come in and see them. Several well-known makes

in charge of this canvass. Duringthe j Clewiston except in those areas whichare on display. .Priced very reasonable. Terms is desired.
at the time of such use comparai -
latter part of the evening of- .i lively very free from 'pedestrian, traffic -
and in addition to the possible ?
ficers were elected for the coming I II '1. punishment prescribed in said Ordinance -
19, any violations of this rule or
SAVINGSACCOUNT year. regulation shall subject the hicycl
I which is used In the violation thereofto
I The new officers are: Dorothy I'! being picked up and impounded by Brubaker Music Co.
Sealey, president; Mamie Tricel the city marshal, and for release
thereof he shall collect for
expenses
vice-president; June. Dunaway, sec-I,.or penalty a sum not exceeding $10.00 206 Datura St.
I retary and Margaret Williams, for its release upon identification West Palm Beach, Fin

treasurer. Mrs. Melvin Pape was: satisfactory. to him.E. .
E. KELLY, As Mayor.J.
', .. I elected sponsor for the year. Plans j f S. TAYLOR,
.. for cheer-leading atj As City Marshal .:N:N:N:NIN:N:M:N:N:NIN:N:NIN:N:NININ:N:NIN ...... N'N ...... .
.<.r were also made 1 1I 1 t. :N: ; : :N11: :N:N:N:11: : : :N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N1M:11:.:N:N11
'.:, 't. I the games. \ iI j
I NOTICE. OF PRECINCT
I REGISTRATIONThe J. E. BEARDSLEY f
GIRL SCOUT NEWS registration books will be open
: from the first Monday in September.
Deposits.
; Regular (Sept. 4,) until the second Saturday of
Sept. 6. The meeting was called I the month preceding the day of the ;,.: Real Est
General Oct. 14). ate
Grow Fast to order by Mrs. Laurie Rogers. A Precinct Election.Nol: One-Ration( Board Of-

report showed about thirty dollarsin I fice, Mrs. Addle Mills. Precinct Officer ,
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r the treasury. There was a discussion -i .
Precinct No. Two-Jennings Store '
: J. of activities toward reaching -I Mrs. Irma Jennings, Precinct Officer. .. RUTH. R. BEARDSLEY
i and having a Precinct No. Three--Office of Super- r iy,
fJ second class rank I
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visor of Registration, John L. Hall, .
cake sale once a month. A swim I Precinct Officer.

I at the levee was then enjoyed. I Precinct No. Four-Daniels' home, :; T'
Mrs. Dora Daniels, Precinct Officer. Insurance
If Sept. 13. The meeting was called Precinct No. Five-Lancaster's home, : _
Mrs Addine Lancaster, Precinct Officer ) .
to order by Louise Prewitt. A ', ;: 4

Clewiston Federal decision was reached to have a cake Precinct No. Six-Bussey's Store, '' '
I' sale once each month. Mrs. Paul Bussey, Precinct Officer. :> .' (' I.
Ether-I During this period the books also ."" "
ton will be asked to give a will remain open, Monday, Tuesday 11 ', I
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Savings and LoanAssociation "Original Girl Scouts." I and Wednesday, each week In the office :. Hopkins Building .--" .,Vy
II of the Supervisor of Registration,
for the convenience of electors. ,
Cold storage capacity for foods is Given under my hand and seal this
I September 1, A. D. 1944. Phone 66 or 27R2
expected to increase within the next (SEAL) JOHN L. HALL, I .
few months sufficiently to care for I Supervisor of Registration

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