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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 22, 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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VOLUME 21-NUMBER 44 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER. 22, 1944 SUBSCRIPTION; O PER YEAR

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EIGHT-YEAR OLD BOY Garden Club To I On Way Homey Dance At SugarlandPark FINAL PAPERS ARE


Hold First MeetingThe u.....__ ......_ .__w ....., __. Saturday Night

, ESCAPES INJURY IN .: f :>: ::i: :!: FILED WITH F. W. AFORSCHOOLBUILDING

t Clewiston GardenrClub will .. ,
', : '. Announcement is made of a danceat

FALL FROM TOWER hold its first meeting since the 'sum ,:. the Sugarland Park auditorium

mer vacation at the Community Cen- tomorrow (Saturday night) begin-

tir,1 ning at ten o'clock and ending at I
ter next Thursday afternoon Sep-
2:00 a. m.Admission.
Steve Hoffman, eight-year-old sonf tember 28, at three o'clock. will be seventyfivecents B. D. Keck of Stuart, arcnitecc !

Mr. and Mrs. A. P.,, Hoffman fell The new president: of the club, to employees of the U. S. for the proposed new school build-

Sunday afternoon some eightyfiveor Mrs. R. M. Bishop, will be in chargeof y Sugar Corporation and $1.00 to non- ing of Clewiston, attending a meet-

ninety feet from the water towerin the meeting and a full attend- employees. Music will be by the ing of the county school board In

the city park and escaped withouta ance of members is urged. I. Jamaican orchestra., LaBelle last night and reported this
broken bone or other apparent .. .; morning that the board had signed

serious injury.: r. final papers to obtain partial financ-

City Marshall J. S. Taylor saw the Oliver Harris Is, Grand Matron OES ing by the government and that the

child fall and told the following Injured When Struck Visits Chapter In I project would be submitted at once
story: for final approval by the Federal

Someone had seen the group of By Car In ClewistonFirst Moore ,Haven MondayFourteen Works Agency. .
boys playing around the tank and Mr Keck said that the original

reported to him. As he started to application for federal assistance in

investigate he saw several boys reports from Pvt. Oliver members of the Orderof the construction of the building was

around the base of the tank but only ,- Harris, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Eastern Star of Clewiston attended rejected but after Jt was pointed out

one on the cat-walk of the tank Harris of Moore ,Haven was struckby a special meeting of the Moore that Clewiston is a defense area, the

which is 108 feet above the ground. a car here Sunday night, were that Haven Chapter Monday night when schools are already badly over-

!. As he started toward the tank, the he was not seriously injured and Mrs. John Ramey, Worthy Grand crowded with every chance that

J ;J child started to climb down\ and he : rumors that his injuries are more LEROY HARE Matron of the Grand Chapter of conditions would soon be worse, the

estimated that he had climbed down serious than at first thought have Florida 'made her official visit. FWA reconsidered and said that the

perhaps fifteen or twenty feet when not been substantiated. Mrs. Chas. "1. Pirkle, Worthy project would be approved for half

"ke lost his footing and fell, sailingout I Harris, a guard at the Prisoner of An Air Service Command Station Matron of the chapter and Chas. M. of its cost.

from the tank with feet and 'walking up the highway near the "Somewhere in EnglandTSgt.. I Pirkle, Worthy Patron, presided at The approval of the project by

arms extended. When about half- Clewiston Motor Company when he Leroy Hare of Clewiston, Florida, this most, impressive meeting which I the FWA came just at the time when

... way to the ground he began turning suddenly started across the street in recently passed through this Air was attended by a record number of: restrictions on the sale of lumbar

over and over, apparently hitting the visitors from Belle Glade, Pahokee, were imposed and it was necessaryto
front of the oncoming car, a Ford Service Command station en route toa
ground in a sitting position. One Fort Meade and St. Cloud. The de- revise the plans, substituting
driven by John E. Hight of Lake : well-earned rest after 30 missionsas
of his playmates, a Coleman child, Worth. City Marshal J. S. Taylor I a radio operator on a B17. Here grees of the order were, conferred steel and reinforced concrete for all

.1, Is said to have been hit when he saw the accident and said that it was Air Service Comman 'officers "briefed' upon Mrs. W. H. Lanier. wood planned in the original build-

fell "but he also escaped more serious apparent that Harris did not see the I' ,him on the necessity of safe- The Worthy Grand Matron com- ing. The revision of these plans and
Injury than having his breath missioned Mrs. Pirkle ,Grand Rep- the multitudinous detail work necessary -
car and the driver of the car never guarding vital information he gainedas
knocked out for a few minutes and resentative of the Grand Chapter of in submitting the projectfor
saw him until too late to stop. The a result of his combat experience.Sgt. .
4 It is quite probable that when he Vermont. 6 final approval have necessitated
car was travelling at a moderate rate Hare has recently been
bit the other child Steve's fall was of speed, knocked him down and drug awarded the Distinguished Flying Refreshments were served by a considerable delay'in getting the
- broken enough that his life was committee of Clewiston ladies at the project ready for approval.Mr. .
; him for some distance in the road Cross, for "extraordinary achieve- -
saved. before stopping. conclusion of the meeting. Keck states that a minimumof
ment' while participating in numer-
Others attending from Clewistonwere three weeks will be required to
Marshall Taylor rushed the child Taylor rushed the
injured man to ous Eighth Air Force bombing as-
to the hospital as quickly as pos-: he Clewiston Hospital and stated saults on vital industrial and mili- Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Rogers 'secure final approval of the plans
Bible and although X-rays were made that while he Mrs. Ed Townsend, Mrs. Laura Vor- by the federal agency before the
was a mass of small tary installations in 'Germany and
of every part of his body no evidenceof cuts and bruises that there appearedto France in support of|Allied ground hees, Mrs G. E. Etherton, Mrs. N. project can be advertised for bids
-fracture Dull, Mrs. L. J. Pape, Mrs. V. C. and a minimum of three months will
could be found and be serious
-no injury. He was invasion forces. TheJ'official cita-
Woodward, Mrs. A. G. Tvviddy, Mrs.J. be required for construction after
there is no evidence of serious injury later taken on to the Camp Stewart tion accompanying the: award, com
M. Fountain and Mrs. A. W. the contract is let so it is unlikely
He is being kept in the hospital hospital where his condition is said mented on the "coolness, courage
-: for a few days, however, for to be satisfactory. and skill displayed bySgt. Hare o"n Lawrence. that much use- ef the new buildingwill
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observation.His Taylor said the accident was entirely all occasions," as reflecting "great be obtained this term.
mother is clerk in the Hendry P.-T. Held' The cost of the project, for build-
.. unavoidable' and Hight was credit uponhimself and the Armed A. ,First
County Selective Service office and not held questioning.. Forces of the, United States" The ing and all furnishings, complete to

c. his father, formerly a time-keeper presentation was made,:by, his group Meeting Tuesday window shades. Is 44000..
:+" -.- -- fertile United SVl a Su;: ar ,Corpora-1 commander 'Colonel':'Hunter" 'Harris, The building is planned: 125 by _
National Girl Scout 51 feet overalIr1nd"i1C: face on San
tionr is now belig'treated} In the meeting
Jr., of Athens, Georgian The first of*the Parent- -}
Veteran's Hospital at ,Bay Pines. Hismother's Leaders Here ThursdayMrs. Sgt. Hare is a member ,of a heavy Teacher Association of the- current Pedro Avenue, northeast'of building. The the
present high school
father, John Love and his
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bombardment unit of the Third school year
was held Tuesday nightat ,
will contain three class-
left
wing
sister Miss Annette Hoffman
came Bombardment Division that was recently the high school auditorium with
from' St. ,Petersburg as soon as they .' Catherine M. Peterson, member '- cited by, the President for the Mrs. A 0.. Ward ,presiding. rooms and a clinic room which can
heard of the accident. Sco'ut he used as a class-room if necessary.
of the Girl national staff now historic England-Africa shuttle During the business, session chair-
This will be partitioned for a
from New York City, will be in Clew- mission to Messerschmitt factoriesin men ol the various committees reported room and toilet
rest
room, waiting room
} iston next Thursday afternoon to Regensburg, Germany, late last
on last term's activities, Mrs. clinic
facilities in addition to the
Ration Office Is Moved consult with local Girl Scout officials 'summer. In addition to the DFC, W. C. Owen, treasurer, gave her financial office. To the light of the entrance
according to Miss Laura he holds the Air Medal and three
report and there was a discussion -
Into
New Quarters corridor and in the front of the
Bailey, leader of Troop One. I Oak Leaf Clusters to the Air Medal. of the Hallowe'en Carnival
building will be the school cafeteria,
While here, Mrs. Peterson is : The son of Mrs., Maude Hare of dance
--... and to be held on October 28. separated only from the kitchen and
,fit '- The Clewiston office of the War scheduled to confer with membersof I Clewiston, Sgt. Hare prior to entering Prof. M. R. Stroud reported on the cannery by the serving counter. A

. T'?,,', Price and Rationing Board, moved the Girl Scout committee and the Army Air Forces in December large enrollment of the school for screened work porch will be provided -

. i ;, last week into the new quarters recently members of the Kiwanis Club, spon- i 1942, was employed by the the year and stressed the need for back of the kitchen.
ears of the local oiganizatiou. United States Sugar Corporation of more adequate drainage of the school
'. f : constructed for its use just The building will have concrete
Mrs. Peterson, whose main inter- i Clewiston. He received his gunner's grounds. He also introduced the
with
the
_ ', \ back of Texaco Station in which floors which may be covered
est is in community organization hasa : wings in March 1943, at Kingman,
, members of the faculty with a brief
:j .. it was formerly located. The front wood or linoleum tile at a laterdate..
,ii (" of the office faces on San Gabriel wide background of such work. Arizona.A I talk, concerning the back-ground of i Most partitions will be of steel and
She came to the Girl Scouts from received this
telegram was .
Street. each.F. i concrete making the building almost ?
; the national staff of the American morning i
; Mrs. Hare
"r :, '. Chalker and Lund Construction from Leroy by L. Williamson made a most interesting one hundred per cent fireproof.
' :, Red Cross and has held such positions from" New York< and he'll be home I talk on "Our Town ofClewiston" ,
-? Company has helped to make the Heating facilities are also provided
>vj quarters more comfortable by donating at Lenox Hill NeighborhoodHouse soon. having observed fts i for the class rooms. I Ial

.; : metal awnings for win and the Institute for Crip- I growth since his arrival In the locality
the:
--. pled and Disabled both in New York'City.
:I dows.A in 1918. At that time he said
, i A graduate of Adelphi Col- Glades County Boy"Killed :
":. mass of detail work, added to Land Sought For there was no town of Clewiston but
,- lege, Mrs Peterson holds an M.A. only a port known as Sand Point
: the job of moving has placed an unusual In France
from Columbia University and has Ramie Production
; amount of work on the two and that vegetables grown further
j clerks in the office and a plea is being attended Finch Junior College, south around the Lake were brought On September 5
New.Yoik School of Social Work and here by boat and' north by
made for volunteer workers to TALLAHASSEE-W. D, Outman shipped t
..i. New York University. I rail. The town named for the .
assist with the of was
mass applications Washington representative of the Moore Haven Democrat) i
She will be accompanied here by former A. C. Clewis of Tampa who
for fuel oil rations which
'g/ are expected Miss Lucy Holabird, a regional director : i- Florida Economic Advancement built the first railroad. It was thenan Pvt. Doyal McDuffie, 23, son of :.1
to start at
In
once. fact the council submitted applications
also from New York. Mr. and Mrs. William Henry Mc- I
to
all-day trip from Clewiston
office is requesting that those
needIng Tuesday to the Florida state cab- '
Duffie of Lakeport, was killed in action 1
y to make application' for fuel oil inet for the purchase of 5,000 acresof West Palm Beach. to
Sept. 5 in France according :I
for the winter do' so at the earliest Mrs. D. W. Beardsley land in Palm Beach county for Miss Mildred Aubrey was appointed a telegram received by the parents j
for the
moment possible.Heaviest I use in the production and process- program chairman f'
Dies in Chicago MondayJ. Wednesday from the War Depart
ing of ramie, a coarse fiber. year.A ments. Further details await the :
social hour enjoyed and
Rain Of Outman told members of the was arrival of a letter from the War Department ;
refreshments of and punch
E. Beardsley left West Palm school board and trustees of the cake which should arrive. in a I
Year On SaturdayThe Beach by plane Monday night for internal improvement fund, sittingas were served to a goodly representation few days. ,
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of
Chicago where he was called by the that several well teachers and parents.It
: a joint body, Doyal was inducted into the serv-
sudden death of his mother, Mrs. D. known firms were interested in establishing is hoped that an' increasing ice on September 23, 1942, and was
number of teachers will
heaviest rain of the year W. Beardsley, 76; which occurredat a ramie industry in Flor- parents and at home on furlough during May of
attend the
I 3.95 inches, was recorded here Saturday her home there early Monday ida. meetings during the yearas this year. Shortly thereafter he

{ 'J: by the United States Sugar I morning. Although her health had "One corporation," he said "wouldset very interesting programs are be- was sent to England and for the

,,;. Corporation at the Townsite station been poor for a long time she had up a processing plant on some ing planned. I past several weeks has been In

and while there have been several been ill only a week in the last ill- 500 acres of school board lands i I. France.

other showers during the week none ness.Mr. while the remaining 4,500acres.' Kiwanians HearMusical Doyal was raised in Glades County -

nave been heavy. Beardsley had been to visit which belong to the trustees, wouldbe and attended the Moore Haven

The average rainfall over the entire her only a couple of' weeks ago and utilized in the, production of the ProgramThe school for several years. He was

Western Division for the month she was in fair health during his fiber.' emplbyed by the United States Sugar

'Js 4.576 inches and the total since visit. Outman said that the United local Kiwanis Club was en- Corporation at the sugar house be-

January 1 38.743 inches. A de- States Navy had found machine tertained at the regular Wednes- fore entering service.

ficiency of .355 inches is still shown TVIlSo S BORN packing made from ramie two and day night meeting with a piano-ac- One of his brothers, Kelly Mc-

IOP the month, and 5.552 for the one-half times superior to any other cordion program by Mrs. E. J. Duffle, is also in service' and is now

year.The: Pfc. and Mrs. L. A. (Aubrey) packing now used. Smith. in France. Other survivors, other

Eastern Division has had Wells, formerly of Clewiston and Attorney General J. Tom Watson vTHe only business transacted was than his mother and father are:

"r, 6.018 inches of, rain during the now of Miami, are the proud par- said that the sale of such. a large, the naming of delegates to the State Hooker, Earl, Henry and Donald,

month and shows an excess of almost ents of twin sons born September tract of land would require advertising ,Convention to be> held in Tampa October brothers and his two sisters, Cuth-

,-: i1'".'..-. an inch and a half for the 13 at the Naval Hospital in Miami which would mean some. delay = 15 and 16. G. E. Etherton, bert and Glenora. .
:/', .. month. However the deficiency Beach. They have been named ill the _purchase. ,Charles E. Miner" and: W. N. Martinare Doyal is the fourth boy in service

i' "since January 1 ,is 8.963 inches. David Ellis and Douglas Lee. .,-,, State Treasurer Ed Larson, how-', the delegates ,and B. L. Thompson from Glades County, so far Is known,

;" --_- .'- ; ever, calling ramie the "greatest industry ; G. B. Thomas and Elbert L. to die in the service of his Country -

Mrs. J. K. Rogers Mrs. Jean Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Rodriguez. and yet J.o come to Florida, sug- Stewart- arc alternates. and the third( overseas.

Reahard, Mrs F. C. Sikes and Mrs. daughter, Shirley, were in Miami gested that the school board' land be Ensign Win. C. Owen, Jr., and E. Further details will be published -

:prullman were visitors in West Sunday where"Shirley entered Barry" .cut into separate tracts, enabling J.: Smith were other visitors at the 'as soon as obtained from the

Palm Beach Monday. College for th current! term."f-. (Continued, on Page 10) meeting. War Department by the family.

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Recount. Was Fair Enough 'r 1JEENS. .I.PROUDLY L .THE CHEERFUL CHERUB.

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,- He was a newly commissioned -- tl Pe.rK-fc.p3 you think my

lieutenant in the army, and in- life is ntrdt
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clined to indulge in a little self- --- -"!
importance. A private saunteredby @WNITt 2 7P/tj i' W.N.U.TEATURM It seems 50 poor and

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saluting. smt.ll witHout.
without THE STORY THUS FAR Lieut. Col. lutely no .liaison. When a place is ed for the telephone office. Just as

"I'll teach you a lesson, barkedthe Frank Kurtz, pilot of a Flying; Fortress, cracking up everybody tends to I was leaving the hotel I ran into But you cfciYt\ judge
second lieutenant. "Stand and tells of that fatal day when the Japs
think
of themselves. Why bother Commander
Peterson of the Navy'sPatrol
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salute me a hundred times. struck in the Philippines. Eight of his my h.pplneSS--
Miserably the soldier began the men,were killed while fleeing for shelter, about the fighters? They got in, Wing 10. By now he was almost You dont know
didn't they? Well, let them get out the
sole survivor.. He seemed
Forts, was
performance ,just as a senior offi- and Old 99, with many other
demolished on the ground. After escap- again. The trouble was the fightershad surprised to see me, told me he was wkzt I :

cer"What passed.sort of drill is this?" he ing to Australia, what is left of the squadron got in with belly tanks, hop- just leaving for his plane-the last think bout. \a

flies to Java, where they go on many ping via Timor and Bali, which were of the Navy was leaving Java. He 'C"'I
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inquired.The embarrassed lieutenant told missions over the Philippines and the now held by the Japs. asked how I expected to get out. I,
Java sea. The boys in Java hear whet "That day we heard a big Jap said I didn't know. 'Come with me

him. happened to the Marblchead and the force was closing in off the north now,' he f
said, 'and I'll take out
said the senior officer Bud you
surely morale
"But Houston and sags. Sprague
coast headed the Java beaches. to
for
Australia.! I couldn't. There was
"you are aware that you who got his commission in the morning,
must acknowledge each dies that afternoon. The Japs take Ball We got reports from scout planes, that telephone call. And also I

yourself all field, and all Java is caving in. Sergt. even from submarines, but we didn't mustn't leave those American fight-
salute? Now please begin over.
Warrenfeltz volunteers for a very dan- know just how big it was. Because ers to be swallowed up in the collapse WNU Features

gerous mission. hanging over it was a Jap fighter tomorrow. So I thanked him;

screen so thick that our recco planes we said goodby."Walking .

CHAPTER XVIII didn't dare ,fly through to see.' to the telephone build- CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT

SNAPPY FACTS "That night out went the tiny ing I could hear a dull rumble in

"I had only four bombs-we hadn'thad Dutch Navy-it was all they had the hot midnight air coming from

ABOUT time to load more before the left-which pounded them under far
cov- over the water. Thefew peoplein
1 BER air-raid alarm blew and ,we'd had er of darkness and then pulled away.It the blacked-out streets assumed it

to clear off the field-so I sighted on did some good, because in the was distant thunder. I knew it was HELP WANTED
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friJriRU the last ship and let go"all four in a morning we found the Jap advance the little Dutch Navy in its final

stick. guard, which had been headed right agony out there in the dark.

"If you're dropping instantaneousfuse for Java's beaches, now pulled backa "Then I waited in that dim-lit Persons now engaged in essential
bombs of see the industry will not apply without statement
course
you little under that bomber-and-
mosquito-filled telephone building of availability from their local
Sorting the"contrIbutions to thenotion's splash of deck planking and debris fighter screen, waiting for the main for that call. Sitting on a bench United States Employment Service..
rubber drive has the instant it hits but it doesn't do
scrap ) force to come on up. with the help of a flashlight I made
been a tremendous Job. Thereare much damage-all on the surface. "Colonel Eubank was now in Jock- notes for
than 75 of rub- my the call. Then I paced Experienced Laundry and dry cleaning
more types But these were delayed-action fuses. strap, andby telephone I put a prob- the floor. Each time the window workers wanted. Good hours good pay.
ber scrap, but most reclaimed From that altitude there isn't muchto Apply In person onlY Laundry & Cleaners
rubber tonnage, Is derived from lem up to him. The position of our opened, letting out a little light, 'I Board of Trade,1 555 S.W.8th St.,Miami,Fla.
see when they first crack the ...
was the half-caste --- -
ores. sure girl was
deck. There's a little pause, and telling me the call had been com- FLOOR SANDER, linoleum layer. Apply ,.
coveredover there's'the of ALPS BROWN FLOORING CO., 2231 Hoi-
Rubber plantations then sweetest geyser
pleted. I had other pressing busi- lywood Blvd., Hollywood Fla. Phone 39.
eight million acres at deck splinters, and foam, and ma- I ness, but none more pressing than
'the outbreak of the war
chinery, and Japanese infantry cor- 'this. I thought of the eager face of FORD PARTS CLERKS and MECHANICS
and had a potential produc-
downat. Experienced only; five and onehalfdayweek
tion capacity of 1,600,000 porals you'd ever hope'to gaze the boy just before he went out into high wages. Apply Mr. George.
As I ,think I said, we blew her what looked like almost certain HAL LYNCH MOTORS 721 Hogan St.
long tons a'year, according
Phone K-3050; Jacksonville Z, ,Fla.
to rubber experts. Our syn- stern off. I kept peeking back until death."

thetic rubber plants some the debris subsided, and I couldsee FORD MECHANIC-High paying- Good

of which have already, ex- solid blue water between the 1 "From Florida," said Margo, "I working conditions. Permanent.SAM .
MURRAY Ford Dealer
ceeded rated capacities, are two halves of, the ship. could hear 'the telephone operators 1917 Bisc. Blvd. Miami Fla.

expected to turn out ,over "We got back to Madiun Field working, setting up that line all

1,000,000 long tons a year just in time to take off,in the face of 'around the world, from here whereif AGENTS WANTEDWANTED

when operating at peak. three: strafing Zeros, our side gunner was noon to midnight in the trop-

-a National Guard boy we'd ics. And finally Frank's own voice. CENFK\L AGENTS for each
two counties, Write REB, ,Corner First
picked up in Java; the rest of his 'Have you got paper and pencil?' he d. E, N. W., Washington, D, C.

outfit all stayed and got captured- liUbp' asked. 'Now take down this' name: .

knocking one of them down almost Mrs. W. H. Warrenfeltz, of Hagery- MEN'S SOX

before we got our wheels up. When town, Maryland. Her son Bud is .._- ,

the; other two went away we re- going on a mission and he wants POSTPAID YOUR HOME: : while they last
Send $3.00 and get J dozen first-grade cot-
landed, and found a bomb some- I her to know there probably will be ton rayon sox-prompt shipment. National
some to her Outlet Company (Box 178), Chicago (90).
where had knocked our electricityout. money deposited account -

; We had to refuel by hand, using I //1" in the H gerstown bank from

B.FGodh'Get flashlights. Also we were using j jI' New York. Tell her Bud sends his FANS

them trying to repair our brakes love to 'Billy, Jane, and all, and of FANS-42" attic or exhaust, buy direct
when all of a sudden came a terrific course to her. He wants her to use without priority, get low ten-lot price.

Bang! It. shook the ship so badlyit I half the money to buy her home, Requires BALTZ FAN/* h.FACTORY p. motor., Pocahontas.- Ark.

knocked.one guy, off the wing, and / and ,the rest is for her to live on,,and

he fell face-down on the field. Of he wants her to be happy, howeverit LUMINOUS PAINT l-

course we were sure that the Japs, d comes out.' "

seeing'' our :.flashlights, hacL dropped! Y "Then, I told Margo ,the boy was y' "-Macs articles actu-
: ally.shine In total darkness. You probably
a bomb. But no. Oh, no! going on a most dangerous mission.We never saw anything like it. Send Dollar
"It was just the methodical? Dutch didn't know how dangerous until Bill for small bottle, prepaid. Luminous
Products 160
Co.: Glenwood. Mobile Ala
carefully scorching the earth by after he left, for his course took

Your War Bonds blowing up our ammunition dump, him right across the path of the PHOTOGRAPHY
main fleet. And "
which by some miracle we weren'tnear Japanese now,

:* To Help Ax the Axis, at the time. Frank said bitterly, "this little story ENLARGEMENTS, PORTRAITS on glossy -
"It seemed the order had just has a happy ending, so far as-the paper 5x7. 3 for 45c, 8x10, 2 for 50c.
WATLEY, .BOX. 14, SYRACUSE, N. Y.
come through to evacuate, becausethe. War Department's auditors are con-

Japs were coming, and what h cerned. Because the five thousand LIVESTOCK 'REMEDY

IJiPOllTAlilFOR with the language, difficulty, this was dollars which Bud Warrenfeltz -

their way of announcing it. The thought his mother was going to get, USE A-I FOR LIVESTOCK. Good for any

funny thing was, for weeks they'd when he went out to face the Japanese sore-headed cut or wound chickens man or,
GROWERS, OF had a gang of men working to improve There's a little pause, and then fleet was never paid. It never Worms.CROWN Ask your Druggist, 25c-75c.
PRODUCTS. Douglas Georgia.
that field and repair the run- there's the sweetest geyser of deck cleared through the New York banks

VETCH WINTER ways. These guys kept right on splinters. before Java fell. I suppose those Trees and Sprouts KillerONE
New York bankers
sweating until the minutethe were more pru-
away up
order to evacuate came through fighter pilots in Java was hopeless dent than Bud, and took no chanceson MAN CAN KILL 300 TREES
PEAS CLOVERS now-any minute their field wouldbe or Sprouts in a dav with
Java So Bud's mother
-then they went ahead sweating paper. BO-KO OF JONESTOWN, MISS.
'" Here are typical reports from just as hard to blow up what they'd hit by Jap bombers and put out didn't get any money, and even Bud and only one-seventh freight to pay.
with of operation. I wanted them to turn himself through to Manila.
, i farmers-who inoculate legumes just been fixing. never got
NITRAGIN: "We were jittery been going their P-40's over to the Dutch fight- Let's hope he's a Jap prisoner." Dream and Numbers Book!

.' i "My Austrian peas inoculated with through a lot of strafing-but finally jer pilots (who had nothing left now "After I'd written down the mes-
but three Hurricanes which had WHAT DID YOU DREAM? DO YOU
NITRAGIN were a good stand, grew got our plane refueled, and loaded sage to Mrs. Warrenfeltz, it seemed PICK LUCKY NUMBERS? DO YOU PLAY
fast and made a good yield. aboard. We still been rescued 'from Singapore) and that '''Frank just wanted to visit," POLICY? Then Get This Book! Why
The uninoculated side of the twenty-four men come on out to Australia with us Guess Try .to Know. Use it as your
had no brakes on the right wheel, said Margo. "Of course it was won- Guide. Try to Change your Luck & Learn
":
t field made poor growth and where we could continue the war. derful to talk to him, because for what ,Your Dreams mean, based on Mod-
but all hoped in unison
together
was yellow.all season. we "Further air defense in Java ern Dream Psychology. Don't delay. Send i
thaf we'd clear the We was some reason there didn't seem to Now! Mail us $1 and we Postpay or request -
'r always inoculate vetch, runway. hopeless. We had broken camp at be censors clicking in on the It sent C.O.D. and pay a total S1.34on
clovers and with NITRAGIN.It any delivery. DENNCO. DEPT. WNU;
peas did."It :. Malang-Jap. bombers were swarm line." P. O. BOX 2657 KANSAS CITY, MO.
is mighty cheap crop insurance. was two o'clock in the morn-
ing over the island. "The censors had all caught the
:' As climbed for altitude
"My neighbor tells me ing. we we
"But Van Oeyen, the Dutch com- Frank. "In
boat, explained a few FRUIT
w made the difference of no could see refineries flaming all over
,>' and successful crop." itt the island-fires and explosionsandas mander, wouldn't listen. He, was a hours the Japs would have Java, so
stout old infantry officer, and he had it didn't much matter. what they APPLES-APPLES-APPLES
"I increased peanut we circled the field in the dark Fancy-S3 box; "C" grade $4.50 box; select -
10 bushels given orders to fight to the last. knew." utility S3.50 basket. To consuming pub-
per acre. for the last time, the Dutch down
lic, not 5 bu to each Shipped
"We had to plead our viewpoint "But after talked about fifteen over person.
. It about and we collect. Send check with order.
costs only 15c an acre below us threw a switch and blew express
f takes only a few minutes to inoculate that beautiful new'concrete hang with Van Oeyen. Yet it would be minutes I began to worry," said Miller Apple Orchards, Cornelia,
f up hard to explain to men who were Air Georria."t.
legume seed with NITRAGIN-the ar. It had huge arches like a bridge Margo. "Living on an Corps .
oldest,most widely used inoculant for defending their homes and familiesin salary, you have to',think of money.As .
control tower and
all legumes. Get it from your seed span, everythingit this beautiful island, whose lives, we talked I couldn't help think- For the Preservation *

t' supplier, just ask for NITRAGIN. all came rolling up at us in a when it fell, would be over. ing it was six dollars and a half for Of the American *

ThENITUGINCO..WIN.BOOTHT.MILWflUK .w parting salute. miles
:, "That night, fifty off Sura- eyery minute, and I said we'd bet-
"Now we were headed for Aus-
baya, the naval battle was resumed. ter hang up. Then he explainedwe Way of Life ft ft ft
tralia buzzing along at about 10,000
FREEBooklets ,
The main Japanese invasion force, could talk all we liked, becauseit
!
r feet. BUY U. S. WAR BONDS
submarines 'was headedfor "
ringed by call.
[ into Broome was a government
"Getting Australia
, t our beaches. At midnight the "I didn't tell her what govern-
How to grow we began to worry about that busted WNU-7 37-44
United Nations Navy moved in to ment it was on," said Frank. "She
and the
L b.tt.rlegumesrWrit. brake momentum we'would throw their little all into the balance. didn't know that the Japanese were
have when hit the
we field
L' ..- today.IRRITATIONS This final night the Dutch struck no taking over tomorrow, and they
with all these men aboard. We could
blow. It was now or bill."
glancing nev- would get the
ship by having the bail
lighten
guys moved in and fought them it "
er. They "After that was wonderful
out but the trouble was had
; OF we toe to toe, the Australians at their said Margo. "Frank was coming
SKIN only nine chutes. But when the
i EXTERNAL CAUSE the side. through as clearly as if he were in a Uelp Them Cleanse the Blood
i r Acne pimples, eczema, factory derma pilot called had airport they reported "Java died that night in the gun- pay station downtown. He told me of Harmful Body Waste
: titis,Bimple ringworm, tetter,Bait rheum they one runway whichran fire which came rolling in the I
over calls for
Your
bla there would be no more a kidneys are constantly filtering
: bumps, ( and
ea.ds.and) broken- uphill was soft at the far
ugly waste from the blood stream.But
water. It took until dawn for the that I that matter
out akin. Millions relieve itching, burning while and from guessed
end-perfect for us, so we made kidneys sometimes lag in their workdonot
; and soreness of these miseries with a Jap battle fleet to crunch to bits maybe in a week or so the Air Corps act as Nature intended-fall to remove -
-
; ample: home treatment. Goes to work at beautiful landing."I the Dutch and Australian navies. would be retiring to Australia. I imparities that If retained may
: once. Aids healing, works tho poison the system and upset the whole
way. Use Black and White Ointment antiseptic only was still back in Surabaya," "But early the morning before I didn't dream that the Japanesewere body machinery.Symptoms .

as directed. 'lOo,250,50c sizea. 25 years' said the pilot, Frank Kurtz, "be- had put in a telephone call to Amer- already just off the beach, that persistent headache may be attacks nagging of backache diz.zlnea.,

." Buccees. .Money-back; guarantee. Vital cause I had a couple of jobs to do. ica. It was to Margo, but it was Frank didn't know how he could get getting up nights, swelling puffiness
0"r In cleansing is good soap. Enjoy famous The day we got Warrenfeltz off in government business and the Dutch, under the eyefeelIng of nervous -j,
Black and White Skin Soap daily. anxiety and loss of pep and strength.
the Corregidor relief ship, the Colo- when they understood what it was out."He talked a lot about a letter Other signs of kidney or bladder disorder /1.

nel had told me he was leaving -Ma. about, said they would pay the he'd written me months ago from too frequent.are sometimes urination.burning scanty or

lang for Jokyakarta-the town we charges themselves. They said the the Philippines, a few days after There should be no doubt that prompt. y.

TO CHECK k@.lAI called Jockstrap-and that I'd bet-' connection might not be made until the first Japanese attack, when he Doan'i treatment Pill Is,. Doan't wiser than have been neglect.winningnew U.

", ... ter join him there and he'd send me midnight. I privately wondered if thought there was no chance of his friends for more than forty years..

IN /DAYSlalze out to Australia. All the other boysof it would go through at all. Java was getting out alive-explaining that They recommended have a nation-wide by grateful reputation.Are people th*

the 19th were going that day. collapsing fast all around us. while he'd meant every word of it, country over. Ask your neighborr /

""-- 666 "But I asked him if I couldn't stay "But I said I'd take it wheneverit yet he'd been tired when' he wrote

'T over just a little longer. I was think- came, knowing I'd get no sleep it, so I was not to take it too seriously.

Liquid for Malarial Symptoms. ing of the fighter pilots. No one was night-maybe little sleep for .

,looking after them; they had abso- many nights. So at midnight I start- (TO BE CONTINUED)



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This was known as "salarium,
Tibet, achieved fame at the Lon- The
or salt money-hence our word Questions The Answers
don zo'o as a weather prophet.
R/CE
"salary. Salt has been used as
When rain threatened, its dense 1. What section of the 1.
1 money from Abyssinia to Tibet, country Tennessee.
and it played an important part in FTER the war there is certain coat emitted an oil secretion that once sought admission to the Un- 2. Six justices sat on the first
,
A was never known to fail as a
pre- ion as a state named Franklin?
the financial of the Supreme court bench.
system Mogul
to be a shift in more than a feel of "unsettled conditions." I
emperors. Marco Polo commented cities so far as baseball and footballare cursor 2. How many justices sat on the 3. Yes. He has one for the nose,
? on salt money in his accounts concerned along major.lines; Wolves have likewise earned a first Supreme court bench of the ears, eyes and skin and one for I,
1':, reputation for being weatherwise.Their United States? taste.
of his travels. ,
There will be a new tidal wave of I
1= Cleopatra knowing the method of predicting a breakin 3. Has a shark more than one 4. Post office department.
preserv- boom than sport
sport, a greater
the weather takes the form of brain I
ative qualities of salt, had the body knew after the first World war in a ? 5. Because it is so oily that a f
; : of her Roman lover, Antony, embalmed 1919 and 1920. prolonged chorus, of discordant 4. What department of the gov- wick may be run through its body ,
f howls, repeated at short intervals ernment deals most directly with and it can then be I
in it, and ordered that used as a can-
almost that Los Air-
certain
It is for about 12 hours before the
individual citizens? dIe. It is
when she died her body should be a small smelt-like fish
similarly treated and laid by his geles, on its way to 5,000,000 or change in.the weather takes place. 5. Why is a candle fish so called? found on the north Pacific coast.

side. 6,000,000 population, Their predictions are almost in- 6. Garlic belongs to which fam- 6. Garlic is a member of the

will be one of the- r variably found to be correct. ily, the rose, lily or poppy? lily family.UT. .
new main'centers
in both baseball and

r.. St.JASPIRINOS h (lf football., With' transportation That Old Chair Can Be Reclaimed I ,;'r.. z-'

so far advanced \ );'i'L.I'q"'Q'lql'
WORLD'S LARGEST SELLER AT ,and newim-, With New Seat and Coat of EnamelBy '

provements> comingLos : 14 i

-r a Angeles will be' Ruth Wyeth Spears ; .I' ': ;%Z .I';
only a few hours
-. VINI'CKY MARK ON PLYWOOD-CUT The chipped white enamel that He'd Forgotten
from NewYork.much
away 3I jf&WlTH A KEYHOLE
less De- T Z SAW THEN TACK was on the chair, was rubbed with Wife-Do you know what day it is?
'.' troit and Chicago. TO CHAIR coarse and then with fine sand- Just 25 yean ago ite became engaged.
: Grantland Rice
s.rOMACH Los Angeles for 4. USE THISPATTERN paper until smooth. The new seat Absentminded Professor-Why didn't
+A you remind me before dear? It's
high
some time has been'one of the big SEAM FOR came next; then flat paint whichwas time that ice got married.In .
sporting centers of the country.Los THE_ COYER ; allowed to dry 24 hours be-

Angeles has known football I MANE fore applying enamel. Next, the Fancy Only
J crowds plus track and field crowds, A PAPER
,
PATTERN seat cover was made with a At a USO concert a very stout
irYc above at the Olympic. How
i4 100,000 straight band around the front and soprano was singing, "If I had the
other cities can match this? WORN CANE
many of "
y wings a dove I'd
SEAT CUT across the back terminating in ties fly-
. Gentle-acting PEPTO-BISMOL helps As a major league baseball city AWAY A rookie in the rear exclaimed,
at the back
,' relieve aftermeal'distress, gas on I: doubt that any two other big league corners* ; "Why, that bird would need the '

;" stomach and heartburn. Recommended towns could outdraw this fast grow- TAPES' wings of a bomber."
NOTE-This, chair remodeling Idea isfrom
" : by many physicians. It's ing metropolis on the West coast. SEWN TO_
': SEAM TIE TO LEGS 1 BOOK 10 which also contains directions -
:,:'::. .'., non-laxative, non-alkaline. Tastes Los Angeles isn't-the only present for making an adorable padded boudoir "Cats, my dear!" said the spin-
:" good and does good..children like minor league city now out to break "EW cane seats are expensivebecause chair from an old kitchen chair: a ster. "I hate the very sight of

--;./ it. When your stomach is queasy, 'into the big league show. Baltimoreis the work is done by high-back chair: from an old rocker and an them. I had a sweet little canary

., ','' uneasy and upset, ask your druggist another. So is Buffalo. Both fine hand. 'Endless time is requiredalso attractive upholstered chair from odds and and some cat got that. I had a'S

('. !, for soothing PEPTO-BISMOL. rospects. for scraping off layers ofpaintto ends of wood, a little padding and some perfect parrot and some cat got
A NORWICH PRODUCT Baltimore has already proved tobe get down to the grain of the chintz. Send name and address with 15 that. I had J an adorable fiance once

one of the best football spots in wood in doing over many piecesof cents and receive a copy of BOOK 10. and-oh,, don't mention cats to,

the; country where crowds from 40- furniture. The chair shown here MRS. RUTH WYETH SPEARS- me!"

A + 000 to 50,000 are willing, to payout did not seem to be worth this la- Bedford Hills New York

l.-'i ; money to see pro exhibition games, bor. It was reclaimed with a seat Drawer 10 Much Impressed

t" -. .,,-,, J.,..:':( .y.,;)..' 2 ",< and where Navy and Notre Dame'can from a scrap of plywood, blue Munhall-Where in the world
Enclose 15 cents-for Book No. 10.
:
J 1221'f' ; pass 60,000.St. ;paint and seat cover of blue and did you get that black eye?

; 'dc&rk' r >' Louis is almost sure to lose white ticking edged with white Name ...........,................... Jimmy-I went to a dance and
Theuo shin,
.iternallr: with t caused n who want It ;.;' ,,; one of its major league teams. Even material raveled to make narrow was struck by the beauty of the
lighter i should t Address ...,.........................
r< f> -winners can't stir the inhabitants
try Dr.'FREthrrpY rts Skin ;: >ennant up fringe. place.HAVE ...
," Whltena.Uee7dayeaedlreeted" az'if. although both her- teams ;
If not satisfied MONEY BACK
'.". 25c at dragglsti, FREE Sample 45Sf have been setting the pace, most of I
Bend Sc postage to GALENOU :1.1t.
< :
_> Dept. S. Box 2M. Atlanta,GaDr.FredPatmer'sSkinWhitener. .X the; present.sieason. 55 _
V'' San Francisco is another,big-time ii S_ __ "

spot !in sport, one of the best. New

S- GET Orleans can draw football crowds .
RHEUMATIC PAIN above 70,000.
'. ; :: AFTER

y',3 '' With a Mtdlolni that will. Prose Itself Rush to Pro FootballThe 0i
If you suffer from: rheumatic pain .
or muscular C-2223 today rush to :professional football
,,,'i 5 for real pain-relieving help. 60c, $1. after the war ends will be on the
Caution: Use only as directed. First
"
t bottle is refunded terrific side. .In addition to the pres-
J ". purchase price '
<:j r If you are not satisfied. Get O2223. ent pro football league, I know of at .
least three other leagues that are I t "J
J under will be started soon. V \'
r: way, or at ;
,:,1 1"" The y y ,, A{?< Fertilizer These will range coast-ta-coast and
"
:" .jI" Improved"MARVEL" and Seed ; from Texas to the Canadian border.

,.: :' ..'s Distributortleman's There is hardly room enough for
; more than two major football 1
I
leagues, so the unsuccessful team
will take a neat beating on the

, financial side.Selections .

,'..' of cities that have spec- 0

tator accommodations will play a 1 :

big part in naming the survivors.Just .

where they will find enough

talent to handle the proposed new

leagues is another guess. But there

are more than a few willing to ,risk
their cash along these lines. ;{:

addition to the cities that makeup you been hearing or reading claims about tractor tire r ,.);j
r .
the present major football league, ( .
The cat lately? As a farmer entitled know the :'"
'. those under consideration include you are to Jj 4. ;' : :?
most .f facts. And here they are; f -
Baltimore Buffalo
valuable Los Angeles, t;, .t

,. J equip Dallas, San Francisco, Atlanta and Remember that the Firestone Ground Grip Tread is patented. ;i7i% -
ment. New Orleans, with a second teamin 1" ..
Will lotl a Hfellmo. New York. Its extra long, triple! -braced traction bars do not have "broken center"f\ :.:,-:': ?J : T

FREE Folder "' One point to think about is that traction leaks, no trash-catching stubs or buttons. The wide spaces ',/ "..,>; S':, .I' "

The above picture shows one,Distributor not all members of the present big between the bars clean easily, even in soft soil, because there >-" ,:'. < :, :

assembled as shipped.The inset (circled) league make any financial killing. are no corners or pockets for mud to stick. or hide. No.
has hopper detached to show working New York and Washington head the wonder Firestone Ground .' '"", '
;
and mechanism. N >
parts pack. The Chicago Bears have done
Developed especially for Pas- well. Brooklyn had lost good money. "_ Grips clean so much better ':;':'':'i

ture,and Orchard improvementAll Cleveland was no mint-and the in ALL soil conditions! '' s <: ,

heavy steel electrically welded same goes for Detroit. "
:.-. construction. 5S And don't forget that 5\>r. '<
5
'
,J Spreads all broadcast DressingNitratePhosphateLimeSlagall Green Bay Successful Firestone Ground Grip 't

Green Bay, with a series of great Tires give you up to 215 extra '

-Slag-all commercial fertilizers and teams, has made a fine showing for ,4':M" inches of traction bar length per ,
seed broadcasting operations.Pulled its size. But I wouldn't know how ?nvti ,
by wagon truck,tractor. Capacity 35 much Green Bay has made. r '_ tractor. That means extra, pulling
gallons 300 Ibs. Can spread 25 money
or to 30 foot and themore pulling ;,
swath at 15 miles per hour. It will be interesting to watch this power- f

Now in use in over-40 states rush to pro football when the fight- power you get, the more time .5S'

ORDER TODAY IMMEDIATE SHIPMENT ings ends. It will at least be a big : % 5SSf a and money you save! '

lugged Specify wheels.whether you want one 'for tires or break for the players who can sit '5 ; ,

Price $100.00 F. 0. B. Demopolis, Alabama back and take the top offer. But v From these facts, it's easy to 450 ''! ;

All shipmmJs paid in advance, C.O.D.or they will first have to be sure they 4 __ see why more farm tractors are '' ,::' .

'- S.D.B.attached will collect. .r, equipped with Firestone Ground : '

DEALERS WANTED There should be room enough for ,, -' Grip Tires than with any other .:',

H.P.RANDALL MANUFACTURING CO.Ltd two major leagues in football, 'justas S& 45S make. Farmers naturally want '> '
P.O.Box 272 there is in baseball, with the same _
DEMOPOUS Dopf. A ALABAMATo world series arrangement for the >, the tires that pull better, longerthe .J"

wind-up. But the battle to establish S;' tires made by Firestone, i.t
.
the second league may easily be a / the pioneer and pacemaker. a
relieve distress of MONTHLY wild and woolly affair, where the

fur will be knee deep before the ,, Listen to the Voice of Firestone
Female'Weakness finish.I a every Monday evening,.over N.B.C. -

don't believe anyone can doubt ',
(Also Fine Stomachic Tonic) and active '>u K /' Copyright_ .1911 The FUeitoo Tiro a: Rubber Co. _,
there will be a large post-

-,: ,, Lydia pound E Is, Plnkham's famous to Vegetable relieve periodic Com- war boom in every form of sport. W :.r; !'; ;:.t:, <-" :
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'I pain and accompanying nervous There are too many reasons for ,
w
'.' weak, tired-out feelings-when due this to happen, with some 10,000,000 )
,': < to functional monthly disturbances 1 ,,:.:' -Sz 1 :
excitement. '
; -' Taken regularly-Pinkham Compound veterans looking for __ S ,
t; '_. helps build up resistance Whether or not this boom can 4 nQS
: against such annoying
symptoms
y 'f.j
.-' Plnkham's Compound Is made match the quality of the first post-
: especially for women-It helps nature World-war boom that gave us Ruth, r '' ,',?% :, ;v | Mr. Ixtro Trodton( reprtHfltt tl*,
and that's the kind of medicine Bobby Jones, Tilden, Man "' ,s "" '
to buyl Follow label directions Dempsey, + Extra lar Ungtbjlhot ices (
and others in those high altitudes -
0' War
Superior tolling Power to niESTON
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S g PAUL
is something only the next v g" ;'
., : OIOUND CNF TIACIOI TIRES
few years can show.

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THE CLEWISTOrf NEWS FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2E, 1944
1'AGE..FOUR


more workers' at the Red Cross l :experience of .Lt. Jonah Eugene 0 1 ]Monday' evening at 7:30 and all high school and junior high are in.
The Clewiston News surgical dressing room but what we Goodbread of Clewiston during a I Scouts, Sea, Air and Boy Scouts, are I'cited.

had to say apparently had little ef- shuttle bombing trip between England expected to attend.RANDALL. You are cordially invited to wor-

Friday !In Clewiston, fect for the number of workers had and Russia in which Chemitz, CHASTAIN, I ship with us. ", '
Published every
FlorIda, by the CLEWISTON NEWS not increased at all Monday after- Germany, was bombed. They described Sea Scout Scribe.GIRtj .

ins noon. We feel quite sure that there the trip as rugged and tiresome I CARD OF THANKSI :
-- -- are many women in Clewiston who Lt. Goodbread and Lt. SCOUT NEWS

Entered as second class mall matter manage to find a spare hour or two I ard Wright of Chicago said -
RiCh-1 I .
February 1,Florida 1927, at, under the Post the Office Act of In Cfewiston, my sincere appreciation forthe
March 3, 1897. to this work; women who the Nazis failed to bother the; I ed to order by Laurie Rogers. We : .
the ended :as' ers or their reconnaissance plane. thought it expressions of sympathy, timely-
would like to see war would be better not to
I help and floral dur-
lovely offerings
and wounded I have a cake
quicklY' as possible our sale every month. While
SETTLE, Publisher the
CARR ing illness and the death of my
properly taken care of until it Sgt. Peter Chagaris of the Army the recent sale was a great successit
-Year- is ended. Perhaps they feel that the Field Artillery is in France and I 0 was decided to have them at intervals beloved wife.'V.
$2.r,0 Per
Rate- .
Subscription DEAN KING.
war is rapidly nearing its end and probably by now is throwing big during the year. AnnounceInient _.
Advertising ,Rates On Application there are enough dressings on handto shells at the Nazis across the Sieg- | will be made of the next sale. ': '''
fill the needs. God grant that fried Line. Pete has been in Eng- The Girl Scouts have volunteeredto MRS. BESTOR ENTERTAINS =

Devoted to the advancement and welfare this is so but there should be no land for a couple of months I I take charge of the candy booth BRIDGE CLUB WEDNESDAY :", 'I

of Clewiston and Ilendry County. relaxation of efforts until the last 9 j i I at the Hollowe'en Carnival for the
_. ._ shot is fired. Who knows but what I Ens. Wm. C. Owen, Jr., who is 'II P.-T. A. The girls are going to Mrs. Horace A. Bestor was hos-
---- -- home
--- brother stationed at Plattsburg, N. Y., arrived tess to her bridge club at her
your own son, or husband, or bring candy for the booth. !
or sweetheart or close fiiend home Monday to spend a Mrs. G. E. Etherton gave us a de-i I Wednesday afternoon. ;

1 NATIONAL SSOTOCI{ T NOn might be the victim of that last week's furlough with his parents. I lightful talk on the original Girl j|I II Mrs. F. E. Conkling was award-
Scouts. jed I high score prize and Mrs. N. V.
shot? It wouldn't be comforting to S She was' an Eagle Girl i
; learn then that there' were no band- Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Pirkle haveas I Scout but never received her badge. IS. Mumford was winner of the sec-
ages left to dress his wounds. their guest a few days this week Next week we are going to bring ond high prize. Others playing were:

their son, Lt. Stanley O. Pirkle of an essay on the meaning of the laws (Mrs. R. C. Wilson, Mrs. J. E. Beards-

the U. S. Naval Reserve. He is be- I and promise of Girl Scouts to the ley, Mrs. C. J. Nielsen, Mrs. F.

Sporting Around ing transferred from the Naval Dis- I meeting \1\Deane Duff and Mrs. W. C. Owen.

pensary at Washington, D. C., to : cI
: By Bernard Myers the Gunnery School at Miami. Lt. II' JEANNE BARTZ, I SEA 'SCOUT NEWS
House Sec'y, Troop 1. -
The Pirkle practices dental surgery ct 1-' I

By the time you read this we will Lake Worth and was president of 1 ST. I The Sea Scout meeting was held
S. Palm II MARTIN'S EPISCOPAL at the home of C. O. Stiles in Nail's
By D. C. have played our first game. We the Beach County Dental As- .
have been severely handicapped by' sociation before entering the 'service. CHURCH r Court on Thursday evening of last
"-
not having a dry field to practiceon. J j Services every Sunday: at 8:30 .week.
Our mail every day brings many If you happened to have been Pfe. and Mrs. L. A. (Aubrey I a. jn., at Clewiston Community I Junior Wilcox was elected patrol

interesting items of news but in- around the school grounds the last Wells), now of Miami, are the very Church. : leader Junior Townsend was elect-

variably the writer uses so many few afternoons you would have seen proud patents (and why shouldn't Rev.. S. D. Mason, Rector. ed assistant patrol leader and Ran-
words in telling his story that no the boys practicing in three or four they be?) of twin boys born on I i iJ i I dall Chastain was elected scribe. ,

small newspaper has a chance to use inches of water. We have had no Wednesday of last week at the Naval J OLEWISTOX COMMUNITY I I Present at the meeting were Ed

all of it and no editor of a small scrimmage at all on passing. The Hospital in Miami Beach. Pfc. CHURCH I McGowan,. leader, C. A. Stiles, Clarence -

newspaper has the time to write I Auburndale boys are not as heavyas Wells was formerly employed here I David O. Hancock, Minister Stiles, Junior Wilcox, Junior

condensations.For I thought they were going' to be; by the U. S. S. C. at the machine Townsend and Randall Chastain.

instance a lengthy release that is, if someone isn't telling mea shops before entering service in the I SUNDAY, SEPT. 24, 1944 Future< meetings will be at Roscoe's -
this week from the National Foun- story. Our first team will average U. S. Marine Corps.! He is now sta- place, in the park on Thurs-
Sunday School, 9:45 a. Dr. C. (
m.,
which about 140 pounds, Auburndalewill day evenings at '7:30.
dation for Infantile Paralysis tioned at the DuPont Building in E. Gericke, superintendent. This is I
the American people con- average over 150 pounds. Next Miami.
that
shows Rally
Day and Promotion
tributed $29,562,742.54 over the Friday we play Avon Park, there. Sunday. II Speaking before the American
Morning Worship 11:00 I
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a. m.
to assist in the This game has 'quite a good deal of Society of Mechanical Engineers in
past eleven years Evidently the Army thought Cpl. nursery for small children is
conquering of this terrible disease.Of interest for the boys since our foot- Sandy Bell had been in Rome long ducted at the Community Center.con- Pittsburg recently, Igot I. Sikorsky

this' amount more than half was ball camp was near there and they enough for a new APO number "Daily Living for the Kingdom ofod" I predicted that after the war we
in 1943 and 1944 which got to know some of the Avon Park could expect to see a helicopter ineveryone's
contributed comes through for his this week. I is the theme of the minister's: ,
is attributed, in large part, to the boys.It. Where to? Only the brass hats and sermon.. I hangar. Millions of '(.
of the disease dur- aviation minded Americans will never
high incidence Sandy know and maybe just the
ing these two years. These generous seems as though some people brass hats. I Westminster Fellowship meeting again be content to remain on theground
I at 6:00 I
donations will permit a continuation never get tired of playing diamondball. r I ___, p. m. All young people of he points out.

of the search for a cure Last Sunday the PWD playeda T-Sgt. Munselle Stone is now In 1 I .
and preventative for the disease and conglomeration of several local
France
and is working as a file
have no. fear .that it will eventuallybe I teams. The game lasted ten innings clerk and book-keeper at an, En- I
with the "All-Stars" finally comingout /f
found.
gineer base. Muny started his Army
Another release from the StateC. on top87. career as aI pook! and no doubt finds tY1nnOuncmgI .
of C. tells us thata total of -
the new job more to his liking. I
$1,286,233,000 in war contracts had This isn't exactly sports, but last r .

been completed or were in the pro- week I took an airplane ride over the Another recent arrival in Franceis THE RE-OPENING OF :
cess of completion on June 30 this fair
City of Clewiston with Mal
Clayton Waters ,who is with an I THE
Year. Hillsborough, Duval, Bay Wright. Now .that is ,DId stuff for a Army Ordnance group.SCOUT TEXACO SERVICE STATIONFull
Polk and Dade counties' led in the lot of you, but for the first time ,
amount of work in the order named.It Clewiston seemed a little romantic. S
isn't just a happenso, that the Maybe that's what Ernie Pyle means : NEWS I line of Texaco Products

greater part of these contracts were when he says that things aren't romantic ,

lation.let in the larger centers of popu- till you get away from them. at The Roscoe's Boy Scout place in meeting the park was -i I and Specialized Lubrication .

day night and the boys practiced fora ;
from the State Wel-
Still another
This is a final plug for our sea- special event which will be announced
fare Board sa.ys that four familiesin I
football tickets. General
son We have incurred soon. Auto Repairing .
Hendry county received $152 for
a lot of expense in our ath- The Sea Scouts and Air Scoutsare
aid to dependent children under the
letic program for the year. We have planning programs; and we expect -I
welfare during August.
program twenty-six boys out for fotoball and to compete against the Air It
Here is a guady circular from the that t LEON BEMBRY Manager (
takes lot
of ,
a If
equipment. Scouts. New application forms have I
National Citizens Political Action II
the girls from the Varsity Club come been received for the Sea Scouts. II
Committee, which if you haven't around selling them them I 119_ "" "..... -" ".,....
give a Another meeting will be held
learned, gentle reader, is Sidney I break.

Hillman's socialistic (if not Com- ..
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which has been sent to live with our: M "

own Democratic party and to serveas
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THE OLD JUDGE SAYS. .
official "pants-kickers" to all old-

,. line'Southern Democrats. Quite the With \

reverse is a copy of an editorial = \ (47 .
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from the Tampa Tribune which

urges the passage of the "Right-to- !

Work" amendment to the state con- Our Boys ) 4,
stitution in November which should

free our state for all time from hay. i iI ii i

ing to pay tribute to the labor ILt in theService

racketeers without'taking away, in

any manner, the rights of labor to /t I
? organize and to the right of collec-

five bargaining. Passage of this } i

amendment may prevent the Sidney A -
Hillmans and John L. Lewises' from I
getting the stranglehold of
try in. our state that they have indus-secured NNN:NN. :..:..:HNNM. :.IN:..:NNV. :..:M:":HMNN..:..: !: '"'. ..

in industrial areas of the

I North.A First of all 'let us correct an error -

: government report shows that we made last week which was

weekly newspapers contributed 96- an error of misinformation rather e' 1 f r S h .r t a

C 046 advertisements during the Fifth than entirely a boner on our part. .\----J 7 -a-

War Loan Drive for a total of 88- We were told that Fred A. Hunziker I.

t 625,600 lines for a value of $2- who visited his parents here last I.I :

t, 532,160 besides 19,428,750 lines of week while on a six-day liberty pass I
G f' editorial support. The dailies bested from New York was an Army bomb
k1rdiiT':
i us by a little more than ten ardier. Instead he is Ensign Fred

thousand ads for a value of six and Hunziker of the U. S. Navy and for

a half millions and their editorial the past five months has been pilotof ....

support totalled a little less than a night fighter in the South Pacific .

seven thousand lines more. Who based on a carrier with a

;: said the newspapers weren't doing Navy task force. Following his
: their part? short liberty home he returned to "

And so on ad infinitum.- New York to await squadron organization -

, ---- and his next assignment. "Yes, I'm afraid there's no denyin' it, Judge far more...it must provide the base for such :: ( .t
.
\ A couple of golf enthusiasts askedus ...jeeps and trucks and other kinds of motor- indispensable products as synthetic rubber, ': ':"

last week to give a plug to their Congratulations to-Carol Relish ized equipment have taken the place of the shatterproof glass, lacquers, plastics and 1./ .
, sport. They say that the greens who writes friends here that as of essentialto
of requirements
are good old horse in modern warfare. many other our so ,; j
now in excellent maV
shape and any- September 1 he be addressed
one 0 "It's true of lots of things in this war, victory. .
who .
likes
to play golt'is really as Chief Petty Officer. He is based, .
missing out some Eben. Every day we hear of new tactics and "As a result hundreds of millions of gallons >
on
swell playing at present, at Astoria, Oregon.
'
at the local course right now. Of V i : requirements andnew, uses of products. For are required every year..half of which '
j take the alcohol that is used for is being produced the beverage distilling
course folks are very: busy these dayswe Old friends here will be Interested instance, by ."
( know for we hear it very often) to learn that Francis Wright, war purposes. In World War 1, this vitally industry. Bet you didn't know that, Eben. '

but a little relaxation on the golf son of Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Wright, ;needed product was used mostly in making "As a matter of fact, I did-T* Judge. '

course pill do ,you good no matter formerly of Clewiston and now of smokeless powder, chemical warfare materials That's a mighty important war c ..lion :d,.

how busy you may be. Try at least Piqua, Ohio,' will be graduated from and medical supplies.! Today it must do that had escaped me complete:. .
nine holes this week-end. Benniug October 0 '
OCS at Fort on > 1. r
tA -.-

Recently. we did our very darn- ';..short story in the Tampa Tri- j Tills aJterliscmenl spjr.fortd by Confercnct oj Alcolalic Bc no.Ju"iu.In<
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. . . ...... penditures, 'Representatives ThomasB. iiuirements. reaus and that all such Income and fore acquiring the vehicles that their :
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Dowda and Jenkins contend that control. requirements.Since .
Jenkins of Gainesville, authors of
A "House Philosophy" of they require the Budget Commissionto Public welfare demands that action October 25, 1943, persons
Too Late To the so-called
Classify the 1943 General Appropriation Bill, prepare and submit to the mem- in the matter be, taken in timeto who were not designated motor car-
wrote Governor Holland last week, bers of the Legislature, not later insure, the 1945 Legislature be riers as of that date, have been required -
By RUSSELL KAY I pointing out that the State Budget than :March 1st a state budget con- given this information as providedfor to show that the operationof
; .. Commission has not complied with taining a complete itemized .state- by law so that each member In the truck is necessary to the war
( .. .. ... .. .... effort or to the maintenance of civilian -
.
I ment of proposed expenditures for advance of the session will have an
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:{'.':": : :":":":" : : : : : : : : : : : : : ) budget laws and requesting that the
budget report prepared for the '1945 "each state department, bureau, opportunity to study the budget intelligently economy.
division, office, board, commission, and be prepared to act on Application for a certificate of
;t Continuing their fight to give theLegislature legislature "comply fully and completely" -
I :war necessity must be made and
'. with Florida statute re- institution or other agency and un the basis of such information when f
] control over State ex granted I
dertaking" of the state and estimated the legislature convenes. before gasoline allotments,
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'I(,..,".:.:.....:..... ..............:...........................-:...........................................................................................-........ ............;... revenues for each year. I -- are manager made., reminded' Ed Rowland, or, in, the district case !I
.9 "For some reason unknown to Relatives. Urged
of
a new service, application for au- _
.:. I us," they 'state in the letter, "it has thority to I
: inaugurate it must be
: : been the custom of the Budget Commission To Mail 'OverseasPackages
r': : .. I made. These application blanks !
.,. 0 to make a report to the legislature may be obtained from ;
the ODT
'" ", ; ::: Early district -
I, ir .: Let Us': :. covering state departments I office in Tampa.

: } .':":" \ :? operating I on disbursements from the r
t General Revenue Fund and the I Relatives and friends of service -' ------

,, < You With i State Inspection Fund only, and men and women are urged, to mail
I" < Supply making no budget or budget report I, Christmas gifts early if they want to

.. on other state departments." be reasonably. sure the packages will
1 i.. '"..''..1't. ." : As,.a result, the letter: contends, I reach loved ORes by December 25. Now is the time to

,..>::- "''- .. "less than 25 percent of the State- Also, only packages mailed between
: .' '''M'.' yi expenditures are. budgeted and more I Sept. 15 and Oct. 15 will be accepted start a ,regular
than .75 percent of the State's expenditures for mailing without written re
i ; > i in violation the addressee.
: ; are of quest.from. the '
): ,, : WINDOW CARDSJ1 ', ,_. plain provisions of the budget law,. Christmas boxes to military personnel -, '" ..
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being spent without any semblanceof overseas will in some instances -
,
1'F| I .<:,J1 .:' RULED FORMSLETTERHEADS ;, .:. budgeting or budgetry control, travel as much as 10,000 ; ,,
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miles before destination, \
) insofar as the legislature knows. [ reaching
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: '.':' ; 3 This is entirely inconsistant with official !I!and there is a great number of I

.:' ,. ,\.,;. '] .. insistence that counties and packages to ,be handled at this per
'': f T: ::' \",."': '' .0 ,j H \ .. schools comply' strictly with the I I iod. Therefore the public ..has been SAVINGSACCOUNT
V '-, '" :> : ENVELOPES'BILLHEADS ; :;: state budget laws and file their 1 I requested by postal authorities not

I ,:. '.-' .. budgets with state officials. | to wait until the deadline, Oct. 15,'
; :;: While their, letter was addressed I for mailing, but to send these gift'

1 :',!'" l/";:::; ,.'\ .; :a| .... to Governor Holland, copies were packages as' early as possible, pre-i
i '-.'. <" ': s: \ :';: also sent to Governor-Elect Millard I ferably during September. II j \

'I :;: i:: ;,' ';jf: ". :;: Caldwell and to State Comptroller I These packages, the public is being -+
Q ..c. HANDBILLSTICKETS : :: .\ \ '.' I i !i
I ..'" } .'. J. M. Lee. reminded, must not exceed five
: :. ','." ,,:' -:-. ..: ...-'.." .... The sections of the law quoted in pounds in weight, 15 inches in .j

I ;... .'';' ). '' :,,:7: : I ... their letter are 216.02 of the 1941 length, 36 inches in length and I
I .'" girth combined. They must be
Florida Statutes, which requires that
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; "on or before the 15th day of De- plainly marked "Christmas Parcel"on '
'. ETC ..< :.I Ir ;:. cember, prior to the meeting of the ] the outside and must be enclosedin Regular. Deposits

:t legislature, each of the several state fiberboard or similarly strong 1
Grow Fast
; departments, bureaus, commissionsand I material. The outside wrapping i 1

, i At a price surprisingly low i: other, agencies, receiving or should be of strong paper, sealed I ,.J
i' asking for financial aid from the with tape or cord. The name of the
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r State, report to the budget com- sender and addressee should be, ; .' I
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f; il mission, on official estimate blanks printed in ink or typed both inside Ir' i
,'"' furnished for the purpose, an esti-the I package and on the outer 0 wrap- ."
| i' mate in itemized form showing, the I per. I .'
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amount needed for the next two years "
beginning with the first day of July ODT 'RestrictionsContinue
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I thereafter.' The official estimate I Clewiston Federal '

I Quality Printing ? blanks which must be used in mak- On Used, [
ing these reports shall be furnishedby I
and LoanAssociation'
,, I the budget commission, shall be: Truck Purchases Savings j jI
\ uniform shall ,I I
and
clearly designate -
r.' I. .I !: the kind of information' to be given i i Prospective purchasers of used I .1 i'
2 thereon.
: I trucks yesterday were urged by the "1
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\ 7 .. :i: And Section :216.11 of the '1941 Tampa District Office of Defense _. .
Statutes which provide in thaton
z' t LET US ESTIMATE ON =:;:: or before March 1, biennially part I Transportation to make certain be- I 1

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f.: I .:*: send by mail to each representative'! .ft
: J. E. BEARDSLEY .
:t, '- and senator a printed copy of the;
,: y I budget, based on their own I
:( I ions and judgment, conclus-I com-I

i PHONE 39 plete itemized plan of all proposed i Real Estate
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1 : expenditures for each department or i I
I -I / t agency, classified by function, character .
,' OUR REPRESENTATIVE i and object' and of estimated I ': : RUTH R. BEARDSLEY '

iI 31 revenues for each year beginningwith I
I the first day of July, there-:
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:f J assurance that they will be compliedwith. I Hopkins Building ?
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H <:i.>.AGE siX THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY

SHPTKMliEl: 22, 1944
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Local tank in a camouflaged, defensive ; tank crew was Corp. Marvin 'I New York City,. New York: '
NOTICE
Corporal Helps T'I OF PRECINCT
You
are hereby notified that Bill ,
for
position .among the cane fields of Morice, (20,) assistant driver Divorce has been REGISTRATION '
filed against'you
by '
;C Annihilate "Banzai" Tinian. Island's southern plateau. bow gunner, husband of Mrs., Sorah :Avie Shit ley Padllla In the, Circuit The registration bookl wHl be open '
I
With the first shot the "Amapola" L. Morice o.t' Clewiston. .' Court'of LaBelleiand Hendry County, Fl'oHdaat from the first in September, ;
: you are required _to ap- (Sept. 4.) until the second Saturday of
Charge .'of Japanese I knocked off'the : Jap tank's turret. J pear in said suit on October 2nd 1944. the' month preceding the day of tho
!or' the Bill '
t' Two more rounds ripped the enemy Marcus C. Fagg, better known as I ed will be taken as. c 'nfess" General Precinct Election No. One, (-Oct.Ration 14-). Board Of-

1 HfiSy "Sfefg&mt A. D. Hawkins, of I I tank open. Daddy Fagg, superintendent" of theFlorida (SEAL) Clerk Circuit WILLIAM Court T. HULL. fice.fleer Mrs. Addle Mills, Precinct Of ,

Jap "Banzai"charge Childrens 'H''me' ,
of the Society
I Ellsworth, Maine;)) Annihilation Hendry County, Florida. Precinct No. Two-Jennings Stores ':.
TINIAN Marianas Islands (De- I came the prvelous day near: began his 35th year of service to Sept. 1, 8, 15, '22, 1944.NOTICED. Mrs. Irma Jennings, Precinct Officer.

the crest of the plateau. homeless children of Florida onSeptember 1I Precinct No. Three Office of Super-
h'ed--" 33 'ton Ma- visor of Re
ntnpola.3o John L. Hall '
istrlton I
I The: "Amap9la"! rnqvedalong 15. Since its' organization 'Precinct' Oftcer .
:be kta"nk named for the song, an- : I : Precinct -
Four-Daniels'
lhlla'1f a: 20 'mah Japanese "BanV&STgefh parallel to the ridge, about 50, yards in 1910 the Society has taken TO" ALFRED' McKINNIE, Mrs. Dora Daniels, Precinct Officer.home .

1" : re due "day, -and: dean -I ahead of the Marine Infin'trywhen I l care of more than 50,000 children A. T. Co. 47th Inf. A.I'.0. 9.. A.S.N. Precinct No: Five-Lancaster's home

to sixteen 34057541CfoPostmast| r;' Mrs. Addina Lancaster. _Precinct, Of
,.Uod '''enemy tank the next the Japanese rushed from several up 'years''or age. New YorkNewYork: .. ;. ficer. .'
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,. tthdn. '. .. dugouts at the edge of a wooded I You are hereby notified that Dill for ecnct 'No. SIx-Busscys Store, ,
Divorce has'been filed against you by Paul Precinct Officer. '
TheW'A: \ap la's'! 'record! during I area. .' LEGAL NOTICES Flossie Bell McKJnnte in the Circuit During this period the books a-Is.

!the 'Tl ian assault also included I So close were the Japanese that Court of Hendry County Florida, at I will remain open Monday, Tuesday, (
and
LaBeMe and Wednesday
I you are required to appear each week. In the of. ,,
'Blue Japanese trucks, two 'ammunition -, the "Amapola" had to back up to J in said suit on November 6th, flee of the Supervisor of Registration,

dumps, and an underterm- ,obtain a field of fire. Some of the I NOTICE I fesse 1944, ..or. the Bin will be taken as con }'.for Given the convenience undor my hand of electors.and seal this ,

tnded number dugouts ,and sniper- enemy fell within .a' dozen feet of (SEAL') WILLIAM 'I'. [LULL, S< ternber 1, A. D. 1944. ;.

filled) houses. the tank. TO' RALEIGH HARDJN PADILLA, I Clerk Circuit Court, (SEAL) JOHN L.. HALL,
,- ASN 14081725 Btry I 209th CA' Supervisor of Registration
( ) Hendry riorida.
I County
The Marines came upon the eneri.1Y" A member of the "Amapola's" 3 Bn (A.A.),. APO 512, clo PostmasterThat I Sept. 15, .22, 29! Oct. 6;,. -- No., 67-Sept.Hendry 7, County 14,. 21 Florida. .;,

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NOTICE OF ELECTION ninth (39th I and l' ty.flrsi 1411U the .following amendment ol Section City, within such municipality or I,.
WHEBEAS.: The Legislature oi 193.tauter Districts shall be elected for a term 24 of Article ru of the Constitution town and not otherwise. of a term on & after the txpiraoon 1 '
'the Constitution of 1885 of the of four years and the Senator' from of the State of FlorIda. relating I rht Counties 'of Solicitors of each of Mid Couatr
Dade
-Stale el.Flerida. did pass 10 Joint Reso- the Fortieth (40th I District elected to umlform county and municipal coy- and each municipality aed Grant. of the County Mid Counties, tbe '
-tattoo proposing amendments to theConstitution for a term or _two years from the ernment and the classification: of town. district Solicitor and Pr- S r
and other ini
of the State of Florida, and time ot the General Election of 1944 cities and towns. b. and the same u. created by special law. or taxing which districts now said: Attorney Counties snail b alb wIthin ,
to vote and thereafter said Senators shall be hereby agreed to and hal) be ub- may be here- and '
-&be same were agreed by a after created of the '
by
law. In each of County Solicitor
>. three-fifths: of aU the members electedto elected for a term of four years except mltted to 'the electors ol the Stateof Counties hall retain said said Counties within U {
each house; that the votes on said in case: of -a vacancy in office Florida at the-
'Joint Resolutions were entered upon Filed in ,off lot Secretary of state Representatives to be held in 1944 for the purpose of measuring respective and budgets Imposing th Stat. e of ..
June 14. 1943 for approval or that la to
with the rejection:
respective Journals yeas
their ,_ the mlllage to be .
imposed upon Section ,. On
-od 'thereon and they did determine say that Section 24rot Article m of and after xplratlon -
; nays property in said
Counties t
and direct that the said JointResolutions I A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing to ,the Constitution of the State of Florida ad valorem or other like subject within to of of the term 'of the erka
taxes the
-, be submitted to the electorsthe Amend Section 21 of Article V of the be amended so as! 'to read as .follows each respective Dade Criminal Court of Record of
General Election In State : p municipality town and Orange Counties for which ',
% State at the Constitution of the of Florida district or other
-'No\1eD1ber. 1944. Relating to Justice Districts and Justices Section 24. The Legislature shall and the County Tax special taxing area. they each are serving or have been

NOW. THEREFOB 1, R. A. CRAY, of the Peace establish a uniform system of county of said Counties shall Assessor in in I. each ; of elected the on January 1, 1945. th office .
determining
Secretary of State of the State of Florida' BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLATURE and municIpal government which,shall each assessment add the amount levied of Clerk both of the Criminal Court I

"A jt bereby give notice that a OF.THE STATE OF FLORIDA: be. applIcable. except In. cases ,where and imposed by such mlllage to the Clerks of the Civil Counties and the
ELECTIONwill local or special laws are provIded. or I Courts of Record
GENERAL That the following amendment to Section amount Imposed by the
respective and the Court
held in each county in Florida may hereafter be provided by the Leg- of Crimes in Dade
be
21 of Article V of the ConstItution Counties of Dade and Orange. County shall be
firstJI4on.day islature that mav be Inconsistent abolished and the
next succeeding the a
Tuesday of and
Florida
m of the State be
Section 2. That duties of the
therewith: on and after mIdnIght of the Criminal
A. D. 1944. the Clerk
in November, ,
the is hereby agreed to. and the
same Court
December 31st. of
the Filed In office Secretary ot State. 1944. the Count both, Counties .
said SEVENTH Tuesday being DAY OF NOVEMBER same shall be submitted to the qualified June. 10. 1943 Tax Collectors of the Counties of and the duties of the Clerk of the I I II
electors at the general election
Dade and Orange. State of Florida Civil Court of Crimes in Dade
:Air the ratification or rejection of ,the.MM in 1944 for ratification or rejection: shall each become the shall all be Ct, :
amendments A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing to Tax Collector assumed taken ',
Resolutions proposing
joint "Section 21. There shall be not more oTro I
for all ad valorem and become a part of the
Amend Section Sevenof taxes
Six and Section acreage the ,;
State
the
: to ,the Constitution of Districts j
each
than five Justice in
levied and respective Clerks
: Article XVm of the Constitution of Imposed for the calendar of the Circuit Court -
wt Florida viz: county, and there shall be elected one the State of Florida Relating to the year 1945 and subsequent years (except in Dade and Orange Counties. .

A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing Justice of the Peace for each Justice Term of Office of Persons Appointedor taxes now required to be collected Section 8. The assumption new I
fcfca Amendment of Section 1 of Ar- DistrIct. who shall hold office for four Elected to Fill Vacancies In Elective by the Clerk of the Circuit duties under the provisions o this : ,:

tide IX of the Constitution of Florida years. Existing Justice Districts!! are Offices Under Said Constitution. Court) within each of said CountIes. Article shall not entitle any ,'
Relating to Taxation.BE hereby recognIzed. but the Legislature and including all County taxes and to increased compensation: otlc' .
BE IT RESOLVED LEGISLATURE
may by special Act, from time to BY THE all ad valorem and officers upon whom
such
IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLATURE acreage taxes Imposed new '
OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: dutIe'
time, change: the boundaries of any shall be
by imposed shall
OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: any municipality, town. district continue
That the following amendment to Sec-
such District now or hereafter established governed b
or other by the ;
taxing district general law
the following amendment to Section upon of
'mat
tlon 6 and Section 7 of Article XVIII
and establish new or abolIsh State
may property within each of it now is,
1 of Article IX of the Constitution of said Counties a 01 may be here i
: here- 'the Constitution of the State of
District
such now or after
any and the as relates
Legislature to
af Florida relating to, taxation be and after existing." Provided however Florida: be, and the same la hereby may provide that respective fixing of thei'o' ,
each of said Collectors salaries
shall or -
'She same is 'hereby agreed to and shall that such changes shall be ,sub- agreed to. and the same shall be submitted also collect maximum precrIbnl
any '
other '
submitted to the electors of the any taxes, lIcensesor' ex. fees: ,
:BMP mitted to the people of any county so to the Qualified electors of the elms within said Counties. Such collectors provided however- that each officer '-
-State of Florida for ratification or rejection State of Florida for ratification or reJection -
General 'Election affected, by referendum at the next shall each remit to the desIg- may. as he assumes the herein statedadditional
at the next
at the next ensuing general
ensuing general election. nated officials of duties. take .
proper each over and ) 1
-to be held in 1944. as follows: Filed In offlc Secretary 0* $t$44. election, that is to Winthscg authority in their respective Counties taxing allowed S1lr,>l aeKlvt.nnfc_ b I .
Section 1. The Legislature shall pro- A and 7 of Article -- .
June 10. 1943. and office
""'N"' ,' ail such taxes collected, .expenses of the assumed .
: ''' forthwith or '.
Ma for uniform and eaual rate of 'rl n stitution of the State of Florida 'be !
as
aa may be provided by law. Each Tax may be approved by the Budet'
taxation except.that It may provideaor A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an amended'' to read aa follows: ,.Collector shall: collect each tax statement Commissions of such Counties or by '
special rate or rates on intangible .5es.ttQnThe term of office for
Amendment to Article V of the Con- In full and shall Issue but one such other supervisory authority as .
.property but cuch special rate. rate all appointee. to fill vacancies In
or
any tax may be
statement which established
shall
include all the Legislatureetwljhsjtandlnj .
Florida adding thereto
ajjtutian of by by
exceed two mllm the dol"Mt "
weaill not : on of the elective offices under this Con- ad .
an Additional Section Relating to tnt valorem or acreage taxes assessed ; any geTaerarnaF'tpeV .
< of the i assessed valuation of web Election of State Attorney: Judges of tutton shall .eUd..W1' to the first during any one calendar yeaF'"up5n> cIa laws the provisions of this Article ) --
:statanglble property; provided. that as'to Criminal Court of Record and County TUeedaY after the first Monday to each parcel of real property and upon shall be sel-executIng. The Legislature j
obligations secured by mort- next after the election and
any Solicitors (except the Judge and Solicitor January each.I9..X personal property. and all J
sage, deed of trust, or other lien the of, the Court of Record of. ft- qualification of a successor. tax. certificates ,shaliJ issued to cover tatlon to the. word.reanable phrases Interpre- I .'.
intan- "Section 7. In all of' electionto
Legislature may prescribe an cambla County), and Providing for tID. cases all taxes upon each parcel _.of jeal tons of this and direct their
-tlble tax of not more than two (2) fill vacancies In office such election .
tug Vacanclea in any of such Office property for each calendar're r and byrelaied J -. Thg. Legisla -
-mills on the, dollar which shall be shall be for,. that part of the shall ture law ': .
Prior to the First Tuesday after the be sold by each Collector. aa Is may by control n. "
':payable at the time such mortgage First Monday In January. 1949. by Appointment unexpired term commencing on the or may be provided by law. as relate, satlon of each officer the'eI .rpcnso -.' ". )
other lien la first Tuesday after the first
tfeed of trust Monda
or
presented
to and
by the Governor and Con. County Taxes. and tax certificates conduct of each office
.f ** -
for recordatlon. said tax to be in January next after such election.
a-
llrmatlon by the Senate.BE not sold. and which law fected hereby and
by fore may
or
Filed In office of State aboll Ce
lieu of all other intangible assesstoenU Secretary :
on such obligations. The special : IT RESOLVED! BY THB LEGISLATURE June 12. 1943. closure are converted into title. may systems where they exist :
OF THB STATE OF FLORIDA: be so converted, by the respective Orange Countie. and mar control all i: I ".
bte the taxes collected
:therefrom or rates or be apportioned by the That Article V of the Constitution of A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing to Counties and the property sold for the fees charges of offices or of. t
may; ficials
pro rata benefit of each within each of said Counties.
the State of Florida be amended by Interested .
ifccslslature.;. and.shall be exclusive of Amend Section 5. Article _VHI of the .
Section
taxing authority sales shall 9. Section 20 of Article m .
: be made '
adding thereto an additional sectionto i"
Constitution of the State of Florida
*U other State. County District and and penalties and Interest for and Section 27 and 30 of Article V.
be known as Section. 47 of, said Article delinquencies : ,
:
and shall relating to County Comm1.ss10nera.BE'IT .
municipal taxes; prescribe and Section
relating to the election. of State Imposed as provided by law ofArtlcie and Sec. i 5
such regulations as shall secure a Just RESOLVED BY THE LEGIS- tion A \
Attorneys. Judges of Criminal Courts for County taxes: each taxIng'author- of Article 'I v. Consti
"Valuation of all property both'real LATURE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: tution of ;
of Record and County Solicitors (except : ity) where it has a tax Interest. may the shall .
and personal excepting such property the Judge and Solicitor of the That Section 5. of Article Vm of purchase property sold for taxes or on remaIn in full force and efe and .
.A may be exempted by law for mu- Court of Record of Escambla County) the Constitution of the State of Florida foreclosure. and all moneys derived Sections of said the .

'Alclpal. education literary scientific.religious and the same is hereby agreed to. and relating to County Commissioners from such sales and from penaltiesand other provisions of the Constitution "
: 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 ,'

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 bv. this Article ,
:31943.Filed rejection at the General Election to be submitted I to the electors ot.the Counties munIcIpalities. towns draIn- shall remain in full force and effect .',

in Office Secretary ot 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

-ACay 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 eyst i
: 1944 for approval' or rejection. ,That levied by each upon each parcel or of taxation and fees in Dd.
A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing "Section 47. State Attorneys Judges Section 5. of Article VIH. u amended. piece of property Involved. Orange CountIe. FlorIda. as anI ;

-an Amendment to Article 7, Section 3. of the Criminal Courts of Record and shall read as follows: Section 3. Municipalities in each ot such system and fees wIth .

-of the Constitution of the State otJflorlda. County Solicitors (except the Judge "Section 5.' There shall be ,'one said Counties mav by special election said Counties such Sections ,:

Relative to Census and Apportionment and Solicitor of the Court of Record County. Commissioner in each, of the to be held prior to December: 1941. Constitution shall be modified and
by Amending Section Z of Escambia County) shall hereafterbe fIve County Commissioner's districtsIn retain the right to assess and collect i I d by this Article.
: said Article so as to Designate Oo3eola elected by the qualified electorsof each county. which districts shall taxes. Upon adoption of this ArtIcle.I Chi In office ia 0 Stats (

and Okeechobee Counties 'a.s a their respective judicial circuits or be numbered one to five inclusIve. .and any municipal government within the 10. 1943.
Senatorial District. Designate Broward shall! be as nearly as possible equalIn I :
: counties as other State and County officials Counties of Dade and Orange may.
County as a Senatorial District and are elected. proportion to population. The after not less than fifteen (15) days A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing anAmendment 4

Designate Calhoun and Gulf Counties "The first election of State Attorneys Board of County Commissioners >in the notice by publIcation. call a special : to Article VIII of the Constitution .
..5 a Senatorial ,District. Judges of Criminal Courts of respective counties'shall from timeto election to be participated in by the of the State of Florida Relative -
: BE IT ENACTS BY THE LEGISLATURE Record and County Solicitors (except time fix the boundaries of such districts qualified freeholders of such municipality to Assessment of Property fo ,

OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA the Judge and Solicitor of the Courtof Said County Commissionersshall only. who shall determineby Taxes and the Collection of Taxes, by '.,.
,rust the lollowlng amendment to Section Record of Escambla County) shall be elected by the qualified elect a majority whether Sections 1 and 2 Adding Thereto 'Additional Sections to ;

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

; Obceola. and Okeechobee Counties as i for a term of four years. years. ProvIded. that the County CommIssIoners have such municipality come under of the County for the Purpose ",

; me thirty-ninth, (jy) benatorial Dis- I "The term or tenure of office ot any- elected from the even numbered -. said Gectlons. or by a like majority of Ing, State. County. School and Municipal .; ,
I -trtct Broward County as the fortieth I one heretofore or hereafter appointed : districts in 1944 shall serve for those voting. determine that it shall Taxes Levied by 'the State. County. -

;, :40) Senatorial District and Calhoun to any of the offices herein mentioned two years. those elected in 1944 from not come under said Sections. If by County School Board. School DItrict.
f. md Gulf Counties as the forty-first 1 shall not be extended herebY. Any the odd numbered districts shall serve such vote the majority votes to come Special Tax School DItrict ..

.441) Senatorial District be and the vacancy in any of such offices priorto for four years. and thereafter the under Sections 1 and 2 hereof or if nicipalities of the. Count
.J-. same is hereby agreed to and shall be said first ,Tuesday after the first terms shall be for four' years: Provided any municipality falls to call and hold BE IT LEGISLATURE .
:!submitted to the electors of Florida Monday in January 1949. shall be filled that Section II of Article vm ; such election prior to December 31. OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
;
-- ,o for ratification or rejection at the Gen. by appointment by the Governor and I of, ,this Constitution shall cot; be affected 1944. then In either such event. Sections That the following Amendment to Article \
eral Election to be held the first hereby." VUI of the Constitution of the "
', on confirmation by the Senate as heretofore 1 and 2 hereof shall be effective -
"
.-' Tuesday after the first Monday in provided by the Constitution but FlIed In office Secretary: ol* State I 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 1943A any municipality elects not to come ment and Collection of all taxes in '

"Section J. The Legislature that the first Tuesday after the first Mon- under Sections 1 and 2 hereof., such the County of Hlllsborough. State' of '
.. aail meet in regular session. A. D. day in January. 1949. JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an election shall not affect Sections 4. florIda. by adding thereto additiona -

..: 1955. and those that shall meet every Any provision of the Constitution Amendment to the Constitution of the 5. 6. 7. 8. and 9 of this Article. except sections to be knownas : .
-- ten years thereafter. shall apportionthe In conflict herewith is hereby repealed State of Florida to Be Known as Article aa to the assessment and collection of Section 12. be and the same Is hereby -
representation in the Senate and ." XX. Sections 1-9 thereof. Relating taxes in such municIpalIty. which shall agreed to and shall be submitted to tie

.F' .shall provide for tortyone(41) Senatorial Filed in office Secretary ot State to the Consolidation of Certain remain as is now provided by law: Elector of the State of Florida for
; Districts such Districts to be May 18. 1943A Offices In the Counties ot Dade and provided however. that at any general or rejection at the general
.' as nearly equal in population as practicable Orange. State of FlorIda. and ProvidIng city or town election held thereafter Election to be held on the first Tues ,

but no County shall be divided JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an in Said Counties for the CombInation upon petition filed at least thirty (30) day after the first Monday in Novem' ,

in making such apportionment Amendment to Section 12 of the Dec of Assessments and Collec days prior to such election by ten percent ber. 1944. as follows: '
-and each District shall nave one Senator laration of Rights in' the Constitution tions and Equalization of County. Municipal of the freaholders 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, 1946. the County Tax Assessorin '
t. chobee CountIes. FlorIda. shall constitute Double Jeopardy Self-Incrimination.Due mitting Municipal Referendum. and' whether or not such municipality shall the County of Hlllsborough. State '
.. the Thirty-ninth (39th) Senatorial Process of Law. and the Takingof the Consolidation of the Office of be bound by Sections 1 and 2 shall of Florida shall assess all property for '

DistrIct Broward County. Florida Private Property Without Just Compensation County Prosecutor and Solicitor with be placed on the ballot and upon a all State ,County. School and MunIc1pa -

::A'- shall constitute the Fortieth 40th) by Providing the Right of that of State Attoorney, and CombInIng vote to be so bound. such municipalityshall taxes to be levied In ,the County

-. Senatorial District, and Calhoun and Persons to Work Shall Not Be Denied the Clerk of the Criminal and- thereafter be bound by said Sections the State. County. County School
Gulf Counties. Florida. shall consti. or Abridged on Account of Member- Civil Courts and Duties of Tax 001- Board School District Special Ta -
tute the Forty-first ((41st) Senatorial ship or Non-Membership In any Labor lector with the Clerk of the Circuit Section 4. The County rax Assessors School Districts MunicIpalIties. .
-, DistrIct: and. at the same tIme. the Union. or' Labor Organization: and Court. and the County Tax Collectors of Dade 2, The Legislature shall at the Legislative .
',' legislature shall also apportion the Providing that the Right of Em- and Orange Counties shall impose no Session in '1945 and from time to ,
BE LEGISLATURE -
IT RESOLVED BY THE
l'c>. in : of fee otherwise time thereafter enact laws specifyingthe
the House of Rep ployees to Collectively Bargain Shall charge by way 'or
resentatives and shall aUow three (J) .Bet Preserved. OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: upon the municipalities; towns dis_ powers. functions. duties and compensation '
That the Constitution of the Stateof
.: Uepresentatlvea within of 'County Tax designated -
: other
; to each ol the five trIcts. or' taxing areas Assesor.
.
BY
:mon populous counties. and two i2) BE IT RESOLVED THE LEGISLATURE Florida be and the same Is hereby said Counties for their services in in paragraph 1 of this Section .. ;
Representatives to each of the next OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA. amended by adding Article XX thereto. making assessments ,and collections of 11. and shall likewise provide by law \ ;" "

'eighteen<< more populous counties. and That the following amendment to the and as amended Is agreed to. and ad valorem or acreage taxes or other for the extension on the assessment .
(1) Constitution of the State of Florida shall be submitted to the electors ofthe here- roll of the County Tax
ne Representative to each of the duties Imposed or to be imposed Assessor -v
remaining counties of the State at Section 12 of the Declaration of Rights State of Florida for adoption or under. The Legislature of the State all taxes levied by the State. County --
..'. the time of such apportionment of said Constitution. be and the same 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-' Is hereby agreed to. and the same shall be held in the year 1944. to-wIt: ments to the respective County or Special Tax School Districts and Municipalities ,

' -- :tion the representation in the Senate- be submitted to the qualified electors ARTICLE XX: Counties In an amount not to exceed .

'- and in the House ol RepresentatIves. of the rejection State of at Florida the for ratification Section 1. That on and after mid. one per cent of collections made and Section 12 1. From and after January t

.. at any regular session of the LegIs- General)or Election. that Is next to ensuing night. December 31st. 1944. the County paid by the Collector to each taxing 1. 1946. The County Tax Collector '
-tature at any of the times say; that authority to cover all costs of collec- in the County of .
-. herein ties4guated. Section 12 of the Declaration of Rights rax Assessors of the Counties of Dadeand Hlllsborough. State, ( -
it shall be the / i tion and incurred by the shall collect '
'J duty of the: of the Constitution of the State of Orange. State of FlorIda. shall assessment Florida. al taxes levied in -
..1, -Legislature or Legislatures succeeding Florida. be amended so as to read : each become and be the assessors of respective CountIes. ; the County by State. Count' ." ,
Such regular session of the Legislature follows* as all property in their respective Section 5. That on and after the County School Board, School Districts. ,

.' Either in Special or Repi'iar session. to "Section 12. No person stall be sub- CountIes. and they shall after that expiration of the term of the County Special Tax School Districts and Mu-

w f;. apportion the representation in the ject to be twice .)ut in Jeopardy for date make all assessments ot ad Tax Collectors of the Counties of Dade n1cipaltIe' '
; Senate and in the House 01 Representatives the same offease. nor compelled in anv valorem and acreage taxes. and othertaxes and Orange State of Florida for snail at the Legislative -

k- as herein provided The criminal case to be'a 'witness against that are or may be imposed upon i which said Collectors have been elect- Session of 1945 and from timeto
i -- p preceding regular Federal or 'regular: hImself. nor be deprived of life liberty real or personal property or their use. ed as of the date of January 1st. 1945. time thereafter enact laws specify
;c State Census, whichever sljalj have or property without due processof Including by way of a single valuationall the duties imposed upon the County ing the powers functions duties and
been taken nearest any apportionment: law; nor shall private property betaken : assessments upon prop&rty for each Tax Collectors of the Counties of Dade compensation of County Tax Collector
-k: of Representatives in the Senate and without Just compensation The municipality. town, district or other: and Orange by law and this ArtIcle. I designated in paragraph 1 of this Section -
In the House of Representatives shall Dade and be over by 12. and shall likewise provide for
right of persons to work shall not be; special taxing district. I In shall assumed and taken
i control in making such apportion. denied or-abridged on account of mem Orange Counties Su ment In the event the Legislature bership or non-membership in assessments shall be subject to review Court in and for Dade and Orange disbursement of all taxes collected

. ;". tion Shall fall to reapportion the representa- labor unIon. or labor organization any and equalization by the Countv Boardof Counties. who shall then each take bv. the County Tax Collector

this in the Legislature as required by: provided that: this clause shall not be Equalization ot ea.6h County. whichIn over the books. funds. and accountsof Fled in office Secretary a Stat -
: amendment before its adjournment each of the Countv and 1943. '
construed to deny or abridge the rlzht County shall/consist several the Collector for each 1.
t- (and such extraordinary session of employees by and through!:: a labor County Commissioners and one who thereafter shall be known and The cast in, compliance with said
: t so called for reapportionment shall not organization or labor union to barcaln member appointed from and bv each termed as both the "Clerk of the Circuit ; proposed amendments. and the canvass
,r >e limited to expire at the end of collectively with their employer municipality or town in each County Court" and "Tax Collector" of declarations and returns tb<"-.>o'. hall be

;;. twenty days or at all until reap Filed In office Secretary of State having a population ol more than the respective County for which. he subjected to the same res'tions as are
-portlonment slder Is effected. and shall con. May 8. 1943A 3.000 at the last ceri1 us: said Boardof Is Clerk. provided by law for general electon in
no business'. other than such; Equalization shall otherwise be gov- Section 6. On and after the exPiration 'the State of Florida.

-eapportionment erned cv the general law from time of the terms of the County IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF.I .
,', Should this amendment De ratified JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an to time In force PC taming tc Scllcitors of Dade and Orange Counties have hereunto set mv
la the General Election In 1944 specialelections Amendment tso Section 24 ot ArticleIII equalization ot taxes: provided thiS FlorIda. tar which they shall be each hand and affixed th" Or"at

! shall be called within ninety of the Constitution ot the State municipality In each ( ountv ccciia serving at the time this Article is SEAL) Seal of the State of Florida.at .
" Hays thereafter for the election ot Sen8.tor8' of Florida Relating to Uniform County popuiaton ot 3.000 o r less may ap- adopted. the State Attorneys of Dade Tallahassee the Capital.

rcrv'-h in the Thirty-ninth (39th)I. and Municipal Government and the point an additional m tuber who shair and Orange Counties. respectively shall this the lid day ot July.
(40nil and Fortv-flrsr ((41st'Scz.ac'al ) Classification: ol Cities and TownsBE be or become a part of the be and become the Prosecuting Officers A. D, 194.
,
: rj'j In tuch soeciaJueci.cru. IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLATURE Equalization: for the o rpose of equalIzatIon of all the Criminal Courts of R. .
; ,it: StAors in the Thirty- OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA of Dade respectlve- -- ,
' taxe as re nests any Drop and Orange Counties Secretar of State.-



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E. M. Cornette and Charles Bol- Carl Johnson, Mrs. Foy Durrence, Cold storage capacity for foods ia

ton left this morning to spend a few Mrs. Deagle, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. expected to increase within the next

days in Jacksonville and Columbia, Bartz, Mrs. H. B. McDHffie, Mrs. R. few months sufficiently to care for

I S. Car., on business.Mr. C. Nowling, Mrs. R. M. Hare, Mrs. : anticipated requirements. :''}

PERSONAL SOCIETY Ken Swayne, Mrs. W. E. Bolton and /,
and Mrs H. R. Lamb of' Pine Miss Elsie Martin. ," ;
Bluff, Ark., is spending the weekend '
i here with her sister, Mrs. RuthB. JUNIOR G. A.'s lET Johnson's Fish Camp f:

[>l I Owens., WITH SUE CORXETTE (Near Hurricane Gate) I

\ Clewiston, Fla.
Thos. B. Owens of Tampa is The Junior Girls'
Boats
Auxiliary of the and Motors-Guide Service "
Mrs L. H. Nash was a visitor in Frank Brant returned to his homeIn spending a couple of days here this Baptist Church met Wednesday aft- Rates Reasonable I
Glenco Pa., Sunday after a visit week with his mother, Mrs. RuthB. I
Miami one day last week.H. ernoon of last week at the home of W. H. Johnson, Mgr. '1
of several weeks with I.. D. Leydig. Owens. Sue Cornette. A program, "Good

A. Bestor 'was a business visitor and Bad Drinking Habits" was con- I I
in Orlando Sunday. j Miss Lela Brannan is spending Mrs. V. C. Woodward and John ducted by Christine Dunaway. ,

'i this week in- West Palm Beach on Kettl were in LaBelle yesterday A prayer was:offered by Mrs W ,I!

.., Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Woodward ;I vacation. afternoon to make a', price survey I A. Montgomeyr, counselor, and three
returned Sunday from vacation at I for the War Price and Rationing I talks were given: "The Harm Al-

Sparta, Ga. II Mrs. S. L. Crochet and Sharon Board. -'- i cohol Does," "Why You Should Not
I and Mrs. Arthur Bong were visitorsin Drink" and "Stronger Without Liq
f West Palm Beach Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Owens "
Mr. and Mrs. R. Y.; Patterson uor. Total abstinence pledges were
y were in Miami yesterday on busi have purchased the home of A. R. ,signed by the girls and a song,
I DAILY MATINEE-: '. M.
. ness. Dr. and Mrs. W. L. Lott were Brink on Circle Drive and moved "Living for Jesus" was 3:45 I
:- sung by
week-end visitors in West Palm into the house this week to maketheir Christine Dunaway NIGHT-7 & 9 P. )r.
I and Peggy
Miss Renee \Vethiugton has re- I Beach. home. I Powell. SAT. & SUN. ,CONTINUOUS

turned from a vacation visit in:West r -- Mrs. Cornette served fruit punch 3--5--7-9: P. M.

Palm Beach. ":\ .. ', :', j" Mrs. ,Corinne Bauer returned: Friday Mr. and Mrs. Fred';'McKenzie' of and home made cookies to: Barbara

,iti.'' -*' '. from a week's vacation. \spent in Pine' Bluff, Ark., former' residentsof Moore, Joyce Turner, Iris Ann WEEK BEGINNING SEPT. 24:

1 rs'. Mr. and Mrs/a'raiakUn.Albert. ; and'I Jacksonville: Clewiston, visited' briefly here Wright, Helen :Espenlaub, Joyce
SUX.
,& MON., SEPT. 24 & 23;:
daughter of Orlando "visited briefly i Saturday with friends en route to I' Tanner, Nadine Andrews, Claire

'r, r Saturday with Mrs. 'R. B. Owens. I I M. R.' Montgomery. : of Stuart Miami for a visit with his parents. Hedke, Sue Cornette, Peggy Powell, ,, ,
with I '\.. .. ItoJ J 110 J Y w W IJ W Y
,' spent Tuesday night here Mr. I Christine Dunaway and Elnora Tanner ) v

W. A. Moore left last week to and Mrs. W. A. Montgomery.. Sgt. Evelyn Hare of Ft. Benning, r ;
t I
IUT :
spend his vacation at points, in Tennessee -, Ga., arrived Thursday evening to 1 I

; Mr. and Mrs. A.' O. Ward were spend a'brief furlough here with The meeting. this week was on !

\ ,, visitors in West Palm Beach on her mother, Mrs. Maude Hare. She Tuesday afternoon, observing Stab -toRWA'OJ-

.' Mrs. J. B. Pittman and daughter, j Saturday. was accompanied by Sgt. Olga Husaof Mission Season of Prayer, at the ,

sT Gayle, and lrs.. Neil J. Dwyer spent "!I _______ Lincoln, Nebr. home of the counselor, Mrs. Mont- '), .' ", ii' ., -!IoI..,.. ..T "f1oU/ ,-,I

the week-end In. West Palm Beach. i{I i Miss'' Letha Stacey accompanied + gomery. 'CU foldayn yerrtervu 1 ;

j rye i friends from Belle Glade on a trip Mrs. J. E. Beardsley is in West The dining roopi was decorated -'H- ':

.' Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Small were i jto I! West Palm Beach Sunday. Palm Beach today to bring her with lighted candles on either side CARTOON-Also-
'Ein Fii-l I daughter-in-law, Mrs. J. W. Beards-
:M; '" business visitors Fort Myers of a crystal bowl. Nine girls par- f

g ', day 1 Mr. and Mrs. jerry Greenbergerand l ley and infant son, back to Pahokee ticipated in "The Golden Fruit of TUES. & .! ti ED.,_SEPT. 20 -& 27 ;
._.__ I' Harry Greenberger were visitors where they will remain with her mo- Fifty Years" and as each part was -
I ther. 'IT'S A SUPER CEIIBRATIONlVTHTHE !
C. V. Parkinson is spending a in 'Ves Palm Beach Saturday given a piece of fruit was placed in

week or two in St. Louis on busi 'i -- the bowl, which was taken, after the SWING STARS OF THE NATION!
+ Mr. and Mrs. W. B. 'Manning left
meeting
to shut-in.
ness. Mr. and 11rs.V'. H. Lanier visit- a Joyce Turner
the first of the week for Hollywood the .w
gave devotional
; ed friends in West Palm Beach over and Shirley
.:', Miss Roberta Foy spent the yveei-I!: I the weekend.Mrs. where they will make their home. Benbow "Parable of a Sower."
Mr. has been of
Manning
end'with her father, Chas. manager Mrs. Montgomery ,served homemade -
the Clewiston Inn forthe past
Moore Haven ice cream and cake to Claire
I C. E. Bailey left Wednesdayfor : 1'
several months.Lt. I
Clermont for a visit : with her Hedke, Shirley Benbow, Christine .llr 31

t. Miss Myrtle Bouldin. of Moore parents, Mr. and Mrs.::; Earnest Dens- Dunaway, Joan Harris, Joyce Bar-
Stanley A. Pirkle of the U. S.
ton, Hortense
Haven was the week-end guest of low: Chastain, Sue Cor-
Naval Reserve is spending a few nette, Iris Ann
Wright, Betty Bar-
Mr. and Mrs. Boyd T. Vorhees.
days, with his parents, "Mr. and Mrs.C. ton, Barbara Moore
Helen
Mrs. Doyle Worth, Mr. Vernon Esper-
--
M. Pirkle route to the Miami
en
'I laub, Nadine Andrews
!'., Hendeison and Mrs. Ruth Henderson Joyce Tan-
Mr, and Mrs. F. Deane Duff returned '
Gunnery School he will be '
where
ner, Sue Holland 1
Mary Edith
Sut- ,
from were visitors in Miami over the '
Monday a ten-day vacation -
stationed. He has been stationed ton, Elnora Tanner
kend.11iss Joyce Turner
trip to New York City.; we
Washington, D. C. and Sally Ann Miller.

Miss Leona Patterson of Washington 1\1argaret"'Bell left Saturdayfor -' All girls between the ages of nine
Mr. and Mrs. A. R.; Brink and and twelve
son
are invited
New to join this
York
D. Cis visiting her sister, City where she has
x left Wednesday for New York where missionary program.
Mrs. M. Enfinger. I taken a position in the offices of
4I Bitting! Inc.Forrest they will make their future home.
Mr. Brink has been a 'flight Instructor -
Miss Lois Prince spent the weekend -
I at Riddle, Field_ and has recently FOR SALE ItHIOXf.nKET
,:; in Miami :ivitli her sister, Mrs. P LTralles-of'St. Louis,
- I taken. a ,position with East-. CABBAGE ,$EED.. This
R. C. Granere'and'-Mr: 'Granere. jMo.-a director the-United States, : .-_ stock is
:'-." Sugar Corporation: is spending this ern Air Lines. They"\w" C reside on Northwestern t..ro\\'n. ,". first,, genera-

:: Mrs. H. C. Giaham of x Pahokee (I week here o'n business._ Long Island. tion reproduction from mother stock,

was a week-end visitor of, Mr. and produced on Yellows Resistant in-

.,:1 Mrs. C. M. Pirkle.:. | David Smoak son of Mr.: and BIRTHS fested soil, lr'C-se.nt germination 77,

.! | Mrs. T. D. Smoak, underwent. a Post-paid $3.00 Ib. COPENHAGEN, Nan Wynn
J-- tonsilectomy at the Clewiston Hospital A son, Spessard vMunselle, was Washington State! Grown, present Jess Barker '
: Mr. and Mrs. John Ramey of Mij j[ .
; '. ami were guests of Mr. and' Mrs. i Tuesday.Gus i born" _to Mr. and Mrs.. Tracy Hugh germination 7:>, Post-paid $3.00 lb. A COLUMBIA PICTURE
-" Stone on September-3 at Clewiston HESTERS, Inc.
Wildwood, Fla. '
Chas. Pirkle Monday and Tuesday. I
-Also-
Cantrell left Sunday for Hospital. He weighed eight pounds, CAUTOOXTHUHS.

j, ,', Miss Laura Bailey retuned' hionT (Jacksonville where he is stationedas six ounces. ._ ..8Mr FOR SALE burner
day from a week's vacation spent in ;, a Yeoman at the U. S. Naval & FRI., SEPT. 28 & 29
;;
-. !I Training Station. and Mrs.T l. :D. Thielen are
all-porcelain
West Palm Beach. .. .: i Florence
the: parents of a,seven and a quarter : :

:,' Ens. Wm. C. Owen, Jr.,' who is I I John Love and Miss Annette pound baby girl bom: August 16 at Oil Range 'with builtinoven. ; .G ODM t

.::.- stationed at Plattsburg, N. Y., ar- I[, Hoffman of St. Petersburg are: the Clewiston Hospital. She has been s OR\\EStR\\

.,. rived home Monday for a week's visiting this week with their daughter I I named Regina_Marie.. Call J 148-J. 1 Itp !\\ pN0 HIS\ \ in I s,

furlough with his parents, Mr. and I and mother, Mrs. A. P. Hoff- I
Mrs. C. man. Mr. and Mrs. Denver Watts are I.
W. Owen. ,
; the parents of a' baby' girl born Sep- FOR SALE -' Model A

,' N:...:..:..:..:..:NNNNNMNN:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:1.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.,:..:..:..:...:.IN:..:..:..:M:..:NN11. :..:MI tember. 5 at the ,!plewiston Hospital Ford coupe. Excellent I f

I :.:::. .::. -- condition. Four 6.00 '
NOTICE A son, Henry 'Sheldon, was bornto x
i
:
,, ,'. :': :.: Mr. and Mrs. II.,, C. Jones at the I 16 tires. See W. S. Whid-II'II'I I '
.. ,
. i i t
:: :: local hospital on September 1.i. The with ,

,/, Large paper bags are no longer avail- :: young man weighed eight 'pounds, den at U. S. Engineer of- CHARLOTTE EUGENE PALIETTE GREENWOOD .. I :"J'
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'
::: able for use in grocery stores., Please fourteen ounces. fice. 1 Hp': EDWARD EVERETT'HORTON "Z l
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:
TONY DF Macro : y'
f.i: bring bags from home, baskets or other ::: Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Burke are the --- -.. L 1/

:: types of containers in which to pack 'your :+: ounce parents daughter of a six., ;Sharon' Pound,Lee thirteen born FOR SALEBeautifulboxed SATURDAY, SEPTEJIBEK 30 -J

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:!: -grocerIes. :=: Friday morning, Sept. 15. stationery with JOHN M1akTilAWAY4E I


;:;; J? :::: Our store will continue Wednesday ::: THIRD DONNA milTIIDAY GAYLE, MARTIN PARTY HAS name or monogram Im- : 9 SCOTT

:*;: afternoon closing the year around. :: printed. .Colors white, DIKKER :11
Mrs. W N. Martin entertained ALBERT

: Thursday afternoon at the Com blue and grey. $3.00per I


X & B CASH fiRO ERY munity third Donna biitliday.Gayle Center, the.for occasion her being daughter. her box.Christmas Will make gifts.excellent \ flHL'LAUTh J f



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afternoon of games.
.; :: :, The invited list was as follows: stock so place your orderat

;f;, Harriett Magill, Glenda Sue Ether- once.The Clewiston Also Chapter Xo. 12

'r ton, Janet and Ronnie Wylie, Frank VATJLEY VANISHING MEN
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At Sears ,
Shop and Save '
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I; Stroud, Georgia, Johnnie and Bobby News. Call 39.TAXICABS. Ca.rtoonMidNITE
Weetman and Alice Gericke,
Albert '
THE FAMILY STORE '
Bonnie and
Fay Durrence Marilyn ---
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1 1J and Gideon Brown, Lovvorn Currie, t FOR X 11:30 P. M. 1
J Martha Christine Hare, Martha Jean y .Admission: Children Ai"l

Nowling, Christine Hutson, Helen :: =:;:: Adults ...._____.._..-...-+ ?0c

Lp Oa M00.E Prewitt, Allen Lingham, Sandra ':'' DAY AXD XITE SERVICE .2:. Servicemen in Uniform _, .._- :lOe
10 A 1N0 $ Lucaa, Lynn Vaughn, Nancy and

: ,, CAN 0E WpOE ONy Cynthia Bolton, Sandra Swayne, i :i: PHONE* 18 .;. '\''l1; I II
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Janice Deagle, Margaret Louise ; . . { ;
Cato, Lief Johnson, Marion and Ed \lit $
die McGowan, Jennings Ezelle, Joy "" :
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Bartz, Lamar McLendon, Gene ,\' .1

Thompson, Matthew, John and I '
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Jerry Prewitt, Janice Magill, Boyd :K:;'1< ,"" -' .1.0." l' il J.
Voihees. Mrs.\ David Hancock, Mrs. Civil Engineer and Surveyor .,: : ,

Ed McGowan. Mrs. Frank Stroud, Specializing In Everglades with PRESTON FOSTER
Mrs. H. Vaughn, Mrs C. E. Gericke, UANH RUTHERFORD rI"
SurveysPhone .?
Mrs, L. M. Weetman, Mrs W D. ter S BUTTEP.WCRTHJr' ," .. c\.
1000 FIRST STREET FORT MYEItS 00 Cleu-iston, Fla.
Mrs. Etherton Mrs. W.
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5: EVER man is not so much a '

UD Imperial Hopes May UngerBufWhereWillNazisFlee 1 nf tr a r3 .. at. r I y .xiWNUS is a workman suggestion in of'that the world he should'be. as he'


I Men walk as prophecies of

LbNITffJWashington ? n the next age.Emerson.And .

Nature, the nurse, took
k Wt. The child upon her knee,
D. C. Saying:'"Here is
While, Walter Winchell is: his a storybookThy
NEWSMEN AND FDR Spirit May Be Nurtured in Foreign Haven to column will be conducted away by guest father has written for thee."
Most important college of amateur columnists. LONGFELLOW.

physicians anywhere in the world, Break Forth Again; Few Countries I' A cheerful temper, joined with

approximately 200 strong, now innocence, will make beauty at-
meets. Tuesdays and Fridays at the Willing to Offer Foe Refuge. I' .. Cabled From SomewhereIn tractive, knowledge delightful,

White House. These are news- Dutch New GuineaBy and wit good natured.-Addison.,
men assigned to cover the Presi-, 0
George Lait Nothing can bring you peace .
assemble careful
dent. make
They ,
By BAUKHAGE (International News War Correspondent.) but yourself. Nothing can bring
write of
scrutiny, lengthy analyses
you peace but the
triumph of
the President's complexion, ner- News Analyst and Commentator. Col. David W. Hutchison, com- principles.-Emerson.

vousness, every facial expression; mander of of the wings of Lieut.
one
IVNU Service, Union Trust Building, own family to handle the sales -
try to interpret these in relation to Gen. George Kenny's bomber forcein
Washington, D. C. there were other complicated regu-
his health. Actually the Presi-
the New Guinea interior, now en
lations the of which that
result was
ident looks thinner, not too well Returning to the capital after a route to his home in Madison, Wis.,
three four families benefit- This Sailor
week in the wilds while Hitler's mad or were Boy Has
tanned, but calm and fit, though he li- on leave, told' me of a new tech-
ting the
by government
shows obvious sign of wearying at dream of empire was melting, it is single nique evolved o"n the spur of the
the scores of questions thrown at hard to adjust the ear, caressed by cense. Gal in Every Port
moment his
by of night fighter
one ,
of
Of not the
course it is quality
him during press tussles. FDR the whisper of mountain brooks and is
pilots. The however
technique, ,
still knows how to turn charm on sighs of the wind in the pines, to.. instability of Latin-American gov- not for J]
recommended too highly repeat -
ernments in itself which disrupts
click of the news-ticker. ,
and off, calls newsmen by their the staccato 7076 aT
performances. This night fighter -
our statesmen, but the fact that such
first names, teases them about Nature's sounds are organ-sounds, influence took off to attack Jap bombers
instability makes foreign
"dope stories." Since his return not and metallic -
rising 'falling sharp
easier to achieve. We know what a which were raiding Wake Island. sr, ,:
from the Alaska trip, Roosevelt is -even the crack of the lightning Anti-aircraft and search- ;
foothold Germany had obtained in gunners
seeing more people than in the last into its obligato of thunder.
merges light crews could hear his engine
South America and have been c ti
maps ,,
six months is
growing more awareof Today as I pulled the first sheet of
discovered showing the territory purring in the sky. Suddenly, over
domestic issues.DUMBARTON. text from the teletype with its con- Hitler expected to control which the radio they heard the pilot shout:
.
tinuously exciting recital of the end placed all of South America up to "I am coming into searchlights! 'ForPete's

OAKS of an epoch-it occurred to me that and into southern Brazil under Ger- sake shoot this so-and-so off

Secretary Hull's message to the epochs, like the .manifestations of man domination. my tail." The fighter pilot roared

opening Dumbarton Oaks peace par- nature, have no sudden ends, they into the searchlights' beams with the

ley had whole paragraphs paralleling may seem to disappear like 'a river The power of Argentinian in- Jap bomber close behind. The anti-
Woodrow Wilson's statement of which under But fluence on the other South American
ground.
plunges aircraft crews shot off the Jap's tail.There's .
January 16, 1920, on the eve of the they are bound to appear again. countries was strikingly revealed .in
first of Nations council the recent move which caused the
League Today have evidence that the
we treasure hunt goingon
resignation of Foreign Minister a big
meeting. "It is our task here,
two forces which have from
sprung at Lae Guinea.
British New
Aranha of Brazil as a protest Not Nf
Hull said, "to help lay the foundations -
two elements in
opposing Germany
against his pro-United States policy. for Guinea gold, but for 200 cases
which after
victory
upon I in earlier column
as reported an of prewar Scotch whiskey buried
peace, freedom and a growing pros- are attempting like the lost riversto Enemy Broadcasters there by Manager Burns, of Philip
perity may be built for generationsto '
seek below the surface.
a course Without Company before the Jap invasion.
a CountryThe .
come. Twenty-four
years The Prussian military caste, purgedas ;
Burns who in with
is
England
now
time shorter until
ago, Wilson said: "It will bring the grows
it has been and soon doubtlessto
" Lord Hawhaw -Mr. Kaltenbach Mr. the RAF, intends returning after the
of Nations into
League being as a ,
be of its of
stripped
one source
living force devoted to the task of Best, Miss Drexel, et al, take their war to dig up his cache. The Yanks, -
income the estates of East .
great j
assisting the peoples of all countriesin places at the microphones of the with everything from entrenching *
and Prussia
West will to
surely try
tools to bulldozers meanwhile
their desire for peace, pros. Berlin radio to spread their futile are
perity and happiness." continue its existence in refugee propaganda over the ether for the ripping up the jungle. hoping to beat SHIP ahoy-here comes the navy ,
colonies. This is
not a new phe-
him the
to
last time. swag: right into our doll fam-
*
nomenon. The followers of dethroned
-
Here'are three reminiscences: ily and sure of captivating all
INDIAN TYPHOON kings have done this in the
'
When I was broadcasting! from Some New Guinea points have a hearts. He's a pal of younger and
When Amb. William famous
Phillips' past.Where Berlin for the,NBC at the beginningof real Broadway flavor these days.In older.
letter advising Roosevelt that and how will this .
group
*
the in 1939 there one day I bumped into Maj. Abe
:. India was' a U. S. problem leaked seek to keep alive the will'to achieve war was only A popular toy or mascot easily made
. of the staff of the German Schechter former bigshot at NBC
: one ; Pattern 7076 contains a transfer pattern of
into print, the British government such a goal? Time is not the essenceof -' I
' broadcasting station there who was Sgt. George McLemore, noted : doll and clothes; directions; list of ma
; ti sent instructions to all British con- what they believe to be their terials.
':, provocatively Nazi. He was a tall, sports columnist, now a combat cor-
" suls .in this country to inspire let- contract with destiny. They can
Due to an unusually large demand and
handsome blond much to rid- respondent Lieut. Jack Miley the
given
; ,
ters to editors, plus editorials in the wait generations, centuries. All they current war conditions slightly more timeis
ing boots and golf clubs. He had sports writer, still of approximatelythe required in filling orders for_ few of
local press. One man in New York need is. space, space in which, un- a
studied in England and his English same tonnage as tha heavy the most popular pattern numbers.
"J' alone wrote 76 letters to different disturbed, they can propagate their :
: seemed perfect to me. He was an cruiser on which he is serving; Send your order to:
i newspapers. Later, British consuls kind I and their faith.
announcer who read the news Lieut. Larry Jones, whose father
sent copies of, editorials etc.
Ands. the thinned-ranks "
ot"Ger-
:. Sewing Circle Needlecraft
" beamed on England. operates Gertner'srestaurant, New Dept.
to the British Embassy, with accom- man Junkerdom (only a tiny per- I 564 W. Randolph St.., Chicago 80, HI.
York. and who in
is of the
; Then came the British declarationof charge .
, panying notes, showing what'a good centage of the German people) des- Enclose 15 cents (plus one cent to
GI in the
had done. In the Embassy war against Germany. There was largest messes southwest
, job they perately plan their' future an even cover cost of mailing) for Pattern
'. Pacific Lew Parker and Jackie
naturally considerable excitement in ;
Jossleyn Hennessy, British more desperate group, at the other No
public relations man for India, left end of the social spectrum, plans the studio. It was not until I was Heller, night club performers enter- '

off accompanying notes, sent the theirs. The Nazis have demonstrated going home that I missed my blond taining troops; Jack Davis, New Name

editorials to Sir Olaf Caroe in New that it was not Germany friend. No one seemed to know York representative of the Aus- Address

Delhi Sir Olaf could what as where he was. tralian Consolidated Press, who came
so see a a nation or Germans as a people in
ti good job Hennessy had been doing. whom they were interested, but bothas Then I heard the story. It seemed over for a six-month gander at the
Sir Olaf then sent them to London. war Capt. Jack Cross, Westchester
that when
a means to the 'creation of a war was declared all
Sir Olaf also cabled London that county journalist (husband of Pow-
aliens
great,brutal, sweeping movement- enemy were interned. The MOROLltJE
ers model Betty Riddell) and Capt. MINOR I
he had been able to keep the Phillips followers of an idol and an ideology. Gestapo, much to the surprise of his BURNS r(
letter out of India' so far, but colleagues, picked blond Dick Kr lick, also a journalist and CUTS \ PETROLEUM JELLY no.}...
up my
'S.iJT1MFSIISNVCHFO/t
The fanatical Nazi spirit will try habitue of East 45th street's famous
"under existing conditions" it
was anglophobe, explaining they had
to hide and live'and rise again.
Pen and Pencil bar Eddie Dowl-
sure to be smuggled in in which ;
known all along that he was a Brit-
case it would be published by the Where, in all the world, can these ish agent. ing's son, Jack, war correspondent

Indian press and there was nothinghe two movements find asylum? Not in for a Chicago newspaper; Douglas ARE YOU OVERWORKED

could do to stop it. .- By''I Germany's neighbor states where Later he was brought back and (Wrongway) Corrigan, ferrying

_ "existing conditions," Caroe meant I hatreds have been sown which will letins forced in to continue reading news bul- planes for the Fifth air force, and T RED- RUNDOWN ?

: take a century to It is English. Col. Merian Cooper (he's homeon
anti-British subversion on the part.of cure. highly gone Are you working too hard for
Indian officials who smuggle news I probable that the republican elements Number two in my gallery I never leave to visit his wife, the age? Then VITA-BERLES may your be

into India despite censorship. Once : in Spain will gain the ascend- saw he is the man Best who former Dorothy Jordon of the the pep tonic you need. VITA-

inside India, the British can't pre- :, ancy and give short shrift to the mouths Nazi platitudes in a south- movies) who produced "Chang," BERLES of Iron contain Iodine a, Calcium special'combination and -
high
vent publication in Indian news- former friends of Franco. Sweden ern accent. But I understand the accent "Grass," and "Long Voyage potency (1500 USP units per day)

papers. surely, having maintained neutrality is all that is left of the man-he Home"; Alfred Vanderbilt, who vitamin B-1. For men and women

in this war, is too wise to is-or was an American newspaperman with his brother, George, is giving' over 40, deficient in these vital elements -

WASHINGTON PERSONALITIES harbor either group. Turkey per- who got into one of those the Japs hell as commanders of PT secret,to VITA-BERLES building up pep may, punch be and the

Breath-taking Bob Gros, California haps. European social impasses. A wom- boats. vitality for a happier, healthier, romantic -

lecturer, has the faculty of coming Where else might a German go an, of course, and an older and life. Liberal supply in $l.00

to the nation's capital every year and face least resentment? It is more determined one. He finally Phil La Follette, former Governor box. Demand VITA-BERLES at your
druggist or send $1.00 direct.
and interviewing more big-wigs per natural to answer with the name of found his escape in drugs. That was of Wisconsin, has just been promoted VITA-BERLES SALES CO.

hour than'.anyone else in the U.S.A. the nation which was least willingto I'an easy case for the Nazis. to full colonel. He'll be going 2175 Station II Cleveland, Ohio.

He has just finished one of his join in a solid anti-Axis combine Now we come to exhibit'number' home soon on leave. Lady

breathless trips and sizes' up per- -Argentina. three: Constance Drexel. Emily Coote of Boston's Back Bay

formers on the Washington merry- Foreign Spirits GrowIn That name will be rememberedby and widow of the first Baronet of I' ZJIuJSuHeIi?

go-round as follows: magazine and newspaper readers Ireland, is now in charge of one of

Wendell Willkie "The thinkingest Latin Instability I of some two decades ago. It is the largest Red Cross outfits in Aus- Ii) fOI MIIOI ACHES AID PillS OF 'E'

guttiest guy on the merry-go- "It is a mystery to me," said a a pseudonym chosen because, I tralia, caring for the wants of recently RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO

round; politically unastute." man who has spent many years in imagine, her real one would not arrived WACs. Every-

British Ambassador Lord Halifax Latin America, "how Vargas have,sounded as pleasant in Phila- body knows Corp. Lew Ayres now

"",: "Worst dressed, but one of the (president of Brazil) or anyone else delphia where she worked on a serving as a chaplain assistant at

.. most charming., His sleeves were could keep the elements in the south newspaper.She Hollandia, but few know that Tech. s+ J '
patched with red thread he had satisfied as long as he has." had interviewed the Queen of Sgt. Frankie Darro is a dispensing
,
r on almost threadbare "Of course it has been done," he Spain and other notables in her day pharmacist at one of, New Guinea'sbig
gabardine
: pants." went on, "the nation has been held (that dates her), but had started go- hospitals. He is the former child

together by a dictatorship and because ing to seed when she called 'on me star who in kid
Donald specialized tough
Nelson-"Determined '
r. that Large Bottlelt weekS ITU;**) !?-Small Size 6OcCAOTIOI
. small industry shall have chanceto the money has' been pouringin hoping for an assignment from the roles. : VIE OILY AS DIRECTED*

reconvert now, before a from the United States. syndicate for which I worked in the AT All GOOD DRUG STORES or IT Mil n itctipt el!jrkiMeUll

mistice." the ar "When it is the ambition of most middle '20s. She still had some of her Capt. Lanny Ross has been almost DI9G CO. Inc. JACMfllllLlt 1. FLORIDA

Brazilians to get a government job youthful good looks and knew howto
\ Economic Stabilizer Fred Vinson solely responsible for shepherding
make the of them.
-"The best balanced." and 60 per cent at time manageto most around the southwest Pacific all of FOR QUICK RELIEF

'" Secretary of the Navy Forrestal- do it, it's natural you have to The next time I, ran across her the bigshot entertainers such as Jack

, "Quick, likable, expounds this philosophy change governments pretty often to was in the Potsdammer station in Benny, Bob Hope, Carol Landis, T

4- : 'Administration consists 95 give the other 40 per cent a chance." Berlin, shortly after the war started.I Martha Tilton, Jerry Colonna, Larry
A
cent of Of course this cynical comment was returning' from Switzerlandand Soothing CAB WET
per smoothing out human Adler and Gary Cooper. One ANTISEPTIC fB W &
, frictions. The secret of American must be taken with a grain of my office had told me Con- of the biggest successes in New Used by thousands -
with
F; success is driving, restless energy salt. But there is some truth in the stance Drexel would appear on one Guinea, who, wiseacres thought, suits for 40 years-six valuable satisfactory ingredi fe.*

[ that makes you have ulcers.' '.allegation.One of my periods and I was. to edit would be a flop, was Judith Anderson ents.Spurlock-Neal Get Carboil Co.NashviIIo at drug stores or write

Secretary of War Stimson-"The of the things which kept the her script. She showed it to me as who presented Shakespeare to Tenn.

r r: most arbitrary." 'Third Republic of France together we rode to my hotel. I read it. It the GIs, and they loved it. Lee

I. Small Business Administrator 'as long as it was, was the methodof was innocuous.She Vanatte, INS daredevil flying corre- <

Maury Maverick-"The most two. giving out government jobs which looked no younger but better spondent with the Far East air ,;4

fisted and dynamic." worked for, stability and continuity.The fed. Said she was in Europe doing force, tells the story of a combat ''-.jf:

Jim Farley-"The most realistic person who had the rightto some syndicate articles. She madea sergeant who, physically unfit for

political analyst, the most. bluntlyand ( sell a certain amount of tobacco broadcast which I did not hear further fighting, was transferred to

disarmingly frank." was not permitted to use a shop or and I never saw her againneverheard
army post office censorship to as-
,
; In general, Gros found Washing. ;restaurant which he himself ran, in of her until I had returned to sume duties ordinarily assigned to

. ton taking the war in its stride; :Which to sell it. So he had to give a America and caught a broadcast of women. The disgruntled, disgusted

officialdom much more settled down .cut to the cafe-owner where the hers over the shortwave from Ber- sergeant reported to his commanding Keep the Battle Rolling
than last less excitement goods were sold. The cafe-owner lin, extolling the 'virtues of N
year
; leis
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azi.j officer, "Sir, I have come to re- I With War Bonds and
hysteria, more: efficiency. could not employ any one of his dom. 'place a WAG I". Scrapr

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IHGUUIOLDf A rag moistened in milk helpsto Save the core wax paper

4 ] ESC i0 whiten the piano keys.If comes on to wrap your doilies on
.-e- to prevent wrinkling after launder- '

By VIRGINIA VALE the surface a piece of your ing.
: ; Released by Western Newspaper Union. -, I
;:;;; : furniture becomes scratched, rub -

B Y' THIS time, if you're a it with a piece of walnut kernel. If, apples or bananas which are

r.. .....:4.r.: .. .nvSkv r A.SNYU Charlie McCarthy fan, The scratch will disappear as if to be used in fruit salads are cov-
you've met Effie, Edgar Bergen's by magic. ered with grapefruit juice and,

_._ ... ,. ,,,....,,,, ; chilled
Effie is
-"""" "'> """" &" newest. dummy. -e- I they 'will not darken and, I

the result of the combined efforts If anyone has a rusty wire discolor the salad. I Ie

of a number of people. clothes line which can not be replaced 1 1Dip !

'L{ Bergen submitted some Effie for the duration, it can be ,the 'ends of rag rugs in' I

recordings to a dozen or more made nearly as good as new by starch after washing and they will

Disney-Schlessinger cartoonists, and painting with black. automobile lay flat on.the floor instead of curling -

the.final result is a composite of the enamel. on the edges.

f best features of all their drawings. I

-Radio Intelligence


1 v< ?+c$ < Since July 1, 1940, the radio in-

1f telligence division. of the Federal
f Communications commission has

discovered and shut down'. 375 ille-

& I> L gal radio stations. Incidentally,

4 R KS ,the ID's_ listening post .in Port-

land, Ore., was the first .in.the or- African 'Broadcasts' |

ganization to pick up the secret Some drums used by African natives ,

Nazi station being operated in the to "broadcast" messages cant)

.German embassy in Washington, be heard at night over an. area ofl/

D. C. V\ 700 square miles.e5eafAnyfim8". I|

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:J Lunch-Boxes Can Be Versatile '

.1 (See Recipes Below) --I Dairo well-known portrait artist, I 1tl1

made up her face. Bergen, who has p
: Lunch Box Tips had a female dummy under consideration -
Lynn Chambers' PointSavingMenu -
;
for some time as a' foil

- Vacation times are over! Invigorated for Charlie, hopes we, the public,

by fresh air and tanned. by the Cream of Tomato Soup will like Effie. ,CORNFLAJES .I
sun, children, of- -7
Liver Sausage Sandwich Spread
fice workers and Allen Jenkins, character come- creat'fOOd-., .K .
Whole Wheat
on are ?? ttt'Kellogg's .
"TN Grains H&tWB&f ;
defense plant em-
" dian who left Hollywood more, thana
'Deviled Sandwich ,
'you'
'. Egg Spreadon bring
Flakes ,
ic ployees are returning Com
.
White year ago and has since traveled elements
to their, Carrot Cole Slaw : 57,000 miles entertaining the armed 'nearly all the protective declared food essential CO HN .

\J various duties. Milk Butterscotch Rice Pudding I I forces, will return to the movies in of the whole grain.
'
It's importantthat "The Wonder !Man," the Samuel ''to human nutrition. fLAKfSm.
a healthful II' comedy starring Danny > ,
I I Goldwyn --1
schedule be followed sides of the bread? Kaye. Now in North Africa with a ..'___ ,' : .
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after returning -, 5. Is the sandwich well wrappedso USO camp show, Jenkins cabled acceptance -

. .'.. -- w to work, that it is not messy and of a gangster role similarto Shoulder a Gun or the Cost of ,One

. : ;: .'. so that the benefits of'vacations are dried out by the time lunch the one he did ,for Goldwyn in .

: ,.'.: : not despoiled immediately. That time comes? "Ball of Fire." Buy United States War Bonds *
. :'. means: ,for one thing a sensible 6. Is the filling varied from timeto -7r--- 1r

:... ; Lunch to carry both children and time? John Neshbitt,.who broadcasts his "'
-r; )
'. .' adults energetically through the'day. Partial Whole Wheat Yeast Bread. "Passing Parade" over CBS three

: : Lunches, whether they're ,eaten in % cup molasses nights a week, has just finished a
... > $ the quiet of home, at the school desk 3 cups lukewarm milk Metro "Passing Parade" movie

? .. or in a plant. cafeteria, should contain 1 cup lukewarm water short, "Moments that Made His-

..- ,: a third of the day's food andnutritional 4 teaspoons salt, ,,- .'. r 'tory." It highlights*'discoveries of S :\>

!f'J requirements.; Here's the 6 tablespoons shortening the stethoscope, sulfanilamide and

:: t plan: 1 teaspoon sugar the vulcanization of rubber.
.i ::. 2 or more good sandwichesVi About 6 cups all-purpose flour -:r.-:

:'J c.-.' to 1 pint of milk About 6 cups whole wheat flour Dean Jagger, who served as chap-

f.' ::\. '. Salad or stuffed eggs, carrot strips 2 cakes quick-acting yeast erone on the Blue network's "Blind .'!

"'I :' .... or celery Dissolve yeast in lukewarm wa- Date" recently, was spending his
Dessert-pudding, cake or sweet ter, add sugar. Let stand 10 min last evening in this country. He flew

I '.-. Surprises-dates, nuts, candy, etc. utes. Scald milk, to England the next day to begin
Before we get into suggestions to add molasses and a,. work on a picture for the British Ii
;. t amplify the plan, let's first set a
up salt. Cool milk to government, which is designed to
list of equipment 'which is.good to lukewarm and
: promote good will between England
; I
N.
:have on hand for the makings of add yeast mix- t ,
x and the United States; when com-
i lunch. When the lunch is an everyday ture.; Combine the
pleted, the film will .be released in
'.-: J matter, and there are more than flours and add all this country.
.' :one to make, perhaps, it's a good but 1 cupful. Hold -
j.: : idea to get a corner of the cupboard that: until
; you Ensign Jay Robinson, U. S. N.,
with equipment ready so as to save know whether its
.. .
who won the $500 cash award in a t. .ai. % a 4
. ,.. time in making. needed. Some t nation-wide contest for the best >

: j ,. .... A bread board with 's'sharp knife flours' requiremore American conception of Salome, usedno
;! : for, cutting bread, and another knife -
't
liquid than others. Then add
I model for the portrait-so now
'
; Dr: spatula to make the spreading of
softened shortening, mix well and Director Mervyn Leroy is trying to
:-I; ,:7 butter and fillings easy is a must. turn out onto a floured board. Knead find somebody who looks like it, to

Then you need waxed paper for dough until it is elastic and does not play the Salome role in "The Robe." '
wrapping, string or rubber bands for stick to the board. Place in a It will be more prominent in the

{ tying in some cases, paper napkins, greased bowl and cover. Allow to RKO picture than it was in the
'
.d tA paper cups or jelly glasses with rise until doubled. Shape into 4 me- widely read book. .RU8IN Ben-Gay qUIt'K y yo

'1 =;4 tightly fitting covers for salads, pud dium loaves and place in greasedtins. --*: .
."C. dings, etc., straws for drinking,
:, Let rise to top of tins or double -
forks and spoons, individual salt and in bulk. Bake in a 350degreeoven I It looks as if Jeanette MacDonald Get soothing,blessed relief from tormenting neuralgia : I
pepper,.cellars to tuck in the lunch for 1 hour. I and Nelson Eddy would have to appear pains-with fast-acting Ben-Gay! Your doctor knows the ;
together in pictures and on the agents-methyl salicylate and men
box itself. You'll want a variety of sandwich famous pain-relieving I
Now, we're ready for the businessof fillings on hand. Include these in air forever. Their second costar- WellBen-Gay contains up to2 l/t times more of both : J
the lunch itself. Sandwiches are repertoire: ring appearance on the_ air, in the these wonderfully soothing ingredients than five otherwidelyofferedrubins.GetgenuinequickactionBeaGay :
first on the list. Everyone knows your first of this year's DeMille theater I

how to make sandwiches, but are 'Deviled Egg Filling. programs, was the result of an avalanche ,: i
(Makes serving)
of mail requesting it.
they the kind you like to eat? Use ,
1 hard-cooked
egg ,.
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this score card for them: I
1. Is the bread fresh and moist? H teaspoon salt The August Daytime Network is '

2. Is there a variety of bread Pepper Hooperatings reports that "When a I I
from day to day? Mustard Girl Marries" leads the list of "Top
1 teaspoon vinegar "Ma Per-
Ten" weekday programs. t
3. Is the filling palatable and
moist, with peak flavor? 1 teaspoon chopped parsley kins" is second, and "Our Gal, Sun-
1 tablespoon mayonnaise day" third. Then come "Big Sister," t tMALARIAMOQUITO
4. Is the
filling out to
spread the
Chop eggs fine. Add other ingredients "Romance of Helen Trent," "Life THE

and mix well. Can Be Beautiful,". "Stella Dallas,"

Lynn Says Liver Sandwich Spread. "Young Widder Brown," "Kate
1 chopped onion Smith Speaks," and "Breakfast-
1 tablespoon butter Sardi's."
Cooking Quickies: Whippingcream 2 hard-cooked eggs .- )' .
won't whip? Pour it into S'p
w % pound liver sausageor M-G-M is going to launch King
; e a bowl and set in another bowl
steamfed liver Vidor's "An American Romance" in
':' filled with cracked ice. Then beat
and watch it whip. ifs cup cream style befitting the elaborate produc- IS AFTER YOU! .
\ Salt and pepper tion. On October 27, according to
Use liquid from
i canned or
\ cooked vegetables with which to Put liver through grinder or present plans, the picture will have / '1
y
., mince. Mince eggs. Brown onionin initial showings in each of the state .
.
flavor soups, gravies and casse- .
", roles. melted butter until light brown. capitals and the national capital. 1 .
Vidor that he's been thinking y
Make crust pies instead Mix all ingredients well. Keep says
of
one
It spread In cool place. about this picture for 18 years, ever Get her with FLIT. ..before she has a chance ., i\
two crust ones. saves time
since he made "The Big Parade" to spread chilling-burning miseries from a sick XS
Bacon Cheese Sandwich
and Spread.
pastry. -typifying the spirit of America. man to you. Spray FLIT in dark corners and 4.
Save dabs of butter from but 3 ounces cream cheese
:c on stagnant water where the malaria carL ,
ter plates. Use them for flavor- H cup chopped, cooked bacon shoes which Ed tier lurks and breeds. Spray it on every mosT
ing vegetables in cooking. Y teaspoon horseradish Those battered quito you see. Ifi a quick and easy way to
,:. Don't over-buy because foods % teaspoon Worcestershire sauce Wynn wears to his broadcasts have wipe out all mosquitoes. Buy FLIT .. today _
are a bargain. Buy only those 1 tablespoon milk borne him through 42 years of stage,
Blend all and screen and radio stardom, so of kills. flies, ants,
'i you can use. ... ingredients store in
Grind bits of leftover meat, mix the refrigerator until ready to use. course he got them out for his new moths, bedbugs and '

with softened butter or mayonnaise "Happy Island" radio'program.. all mosquitoes. ',,:-'
Do have recipes or purchased for $3.50, Con. StuM UMipanM
1 you entertainingsuggestions Originally IM4.
relish
pickle celery and a w"
.. r'.' which you'd like to pass on to Wynn figures that they've cost him
dash of Store in and
jars '
catsup. readers? Send them Miss
to
other Lynn $5,000 for upkeep, but he refusesto
set in refrigerator until sandwich Chambers, Western Newspaper Union, 210 part with them-the rationing
time. South Desplaines Street, Chicago 6, III.
is his latest
situation excuse.
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AGE TEN THE GLEWISTON NEWS FKIDAY, SEl'TILMBKR "3, 1944
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Martinez and Marty Waldron.' just 10 days off. This is less than) F. C. Elliott Secretary I any and all bids.

TigeisRoar half the number sold last year, Sept Trustees, 22, 29 I., I.Oct.Fund.6, 13, 20, 1914. BY ORDER Improvement of the Trustees of Internal -
Fund of the State
Home Rooms Elect. Officers 2,485. of Florida

---- Wednesday the high school, a State Road Patrolman R. E. Ham- Tallahassee. Florida I Attest Spessard I,, Holland Governor.
:
home room period was held for the rick emphasized that there wouldbe September 14. 1944' ,F. C. Elliott Secretary
By of organizing for the com- no extension of time beyond Oct. N0'1'ICLNOTICE Trustees I. I. Fund.

Marilyn Davis and Betty McDuffie ing purpose year. Officers were elected by 1 for purchasing the new permit I is hereby given that the Sept. 22, 29, Oct. 6, 13, 20, 1944.
without having first to stand a Trustees of the Internal Improvement
the several grades as follows: Fund of the State of Florida, offer for
SCHOOL ACTIVITIES, Twelfth Grade-Bruce Beardsley, driver's test. Since Oct. 1 falls on sale' to, be sold to' the highest bidder, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IX AND FOR
After nearly two weeks of school. Sunday, those who do not obtain I in Tallahassee, Florida at 12 o'clock i TilE TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
down to : president; Richard Pape, vice-presi- NOON October 24th. It44! the following OF n.ORIDA.NO
finally settling I
ever5one is Betty Jane Sullivan, secre- their, license by Sept. 30 must stand described land in HENDRY COUN- 8***"*
the old routine of study, recite, study, dent; the test to get a permit. TY: IN THE'MATTER OF THE DIS-
tary; Sherwood Hall, treasurer. East Half (Eli of Section Three SOLUTION OF MOORE HAVEN AND
:study, study, study, or did I saw Eleventh Grade-Dorothy Sealey Hamrick said he would begin I (3), Township Forty-six (46) CLEWISTON RAILWAY COMPANY
that? Those who do not study have; giving driver's tests on Monday South, Range Thirty-two (32) ORDER FOR NOTICE HY
"O-P-P-0-R-T-U-N-I-T-Y"; to do president; M. R. Waldron, vice- East, containing 320, acres, more PURIFICATION
an president; Carolyn Bryant, secretary morning, Oct. 2, and no driver who or less. 1,. A majority of the stockholders of the
so in seventh period, five days a Melvin waits until then to apply for a license -I This Notice is published In compliance I Moore Haven and Clewiston Railway
; Elsie Martin, treasurer; with Section 270.07, Florida Statutes
Company
I
week. We voted Betty Townsend as will get it without taking the having filed their petition
Torbert, Sgt.-at-Arms; Louis 1941. i in this court for dissolution under the
president of that period. test. I The Trustees of Internal Improvement statutes In such cases made and pro-
Social
These lowly "Freshmen" had bet- Blount and Mamie: Trice, Judge Harris said no 'extra help Fund reserve the right to reject vided, and petitioning the court to
Chairman. any and all bids. prescribe the time within which notice s
ter look out as initiation begins October would be provided to take care of a BY ORDER of the Trustees of Internal by publication shall be given to all interested -
Ninth Grade-Russ Owens, presi- I Improvement Fund of the 'i"
2nd through October 6th. If last minute rush and some motorists State parties as provided for by
dent: Clifford Betty, vice-president; of Florida. i Ilaw, It is thereupon
they don't follow the rules, they might get left and be forced to take Spessard L. Holland, Governor. '
CONSIDERED
Carline Berner, secretarytreasurer.Eighth Attest: 1 ORDERED and DE-
surely will be sorry they didn't as Grade-Alfred Dunaway, a test afterwards in order to get a I It'. C. Elliott Secretary CREED that the petition be' set for
the penalties won't be ea83'I I license. Trustees I. L Fund. I hearing before the undersigned Judge
at his
president; Shirley Owen, vicepresident Sept. 22, 29, Oct. 6, 13, 20, 1944. the Chambers in the courthouse in
City of
I Fort Myers, Florida, on the
SPORTS ; Jeanne Bartz secretary; Mary 7th day of October. 1944 at ten o'clock

,Everyone is hepped up about the Lee Brinkley, treasurer. Flags For Members Tallahassee September ,14 Florida, 1944N 'j Interested in the forenoon In the, and dissolution that all of parties said

football with Auburndale tonight corporation are hereby notified to
game be. It is LAMENT. TO A COUNTRY Of Armed Forces O TIC K I show cause if any they have, why said
and have a right to petition should not be granted and th.
the first eleven-man football team REPORTER ", Buried OverseasThe NOTICE Is hereby given that the corporation should not be dissolved at
Trustees of the Internal Improvement I said time and place,
we have ever had. Our boys arc i Fund of the State of Florida offer for I It is further CONSIDERED ORDER ..
.
Inexperienced and light weight but Do I know any NEWS, ? Well, now sale to be sold to the highest bidder, ED and DECREED that a copy of this -
let me see War Department has arranged In Tallahassee, Florida, at 12 o'clock I notice be published in Glades County
'have plenty of spirit so GOOD NOON, October 24, 1944, the following Democrat, a newspaper of general cir-
Oh, yes-our VACATION! But good described lands In HENDRY COUNTY: I culation in the of
LUCK fellows. We're behind you a to give an American flag, measuring County Glades, State
gracious me, Nth of Section 1, jof Florida and in The Clewiston News
hundred percent. 5' x 9' 6," to families of members -i N1,4 of Section 11. I la newspaper of general circulation in
Don't dare put THAT in the paper, i Nth of Section 31, the County of Hendry, State of Flor-
of the armed forces who died
I all in Township South, ida
Range
my dear; once a week for two consecutive
SCHOOL EX'l'J;n'l'AINlIEXTS"Last i There're things the Ration in the service, .regardless of which 1{i 31 East, containing 960 acres, I weeks prior to such hearing,
some 11 j more or less. DONE and ORDERED at Fort Myers
Thursday afternoon th6 sophomores Board just shouldn't HEAR! branch.If 1 t This Notice is published in com Florida, this 16 day of September A.
pliance with Section 270.07 Florida D. 1944.
impromptu
gave an pro- Have I had any. dinners? Given a the death occurred in this 1 Statutes 1941. GEO. W. WHITEHURST.
gram In honor of the seniors. For awhile lunch? The Trustees of Internal Improvement I Judge.
we thought Jo Ann Crouch country and his body was returnedto Fund reserve the right to reject Sept. 22 & 29.
but oh there's that
Why, yes- my,
bad really lost her speech but she odd Mrs. Scrunch! his home for burial, the War:I "-.A A

was only kidding us. The play If she should get word that she was I Department presumes the burial

"'Growing Up.was a three-act play left out flag that accompanied the \
body was

full of memories comedy, of gossip yesterday and old in the familiar She'd go. in a really. TERRIBLEpout. retained by the family. I I T Today's COi ll-GRAPH \ ByPeterslI


first grade. Oh, say, by the way-now don't \ ,, fV "- ir You will get "credit" for'

The seniors are scheduled to givea breathe a word- LEGAL NOTICES i! llr'WEEK Y uSE OUR SYN.

program two weeks from this Fri- But in March I'm'expecting the \ CREDIT ptgnl owning cn:! of the best runI -
day and what a day. Wow! long-legged bird! -
I I -'- ; L in town if letI'
ning
Tallahassee Florida cars you
Why, of COURSE, the girls will give
, IX THE CORRIDORS I September 19, 1944
me a shower; NOTICENOTICE I f : our experienced mechanics
,- .:
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FLASH!
We just received word
But heavens, don't PRINT it! My ,
Ito beware of CASSANOVA WILCOX."He husband would GLOWER. Trustees of Is the hereby Internal given ImprovementFund that the ':: give It systematic attention.

Is a wolf and on the hunt. (Careful And isn't it awful about Mazie of the State of Florida, offer for 0
sophomore he's a tricky one.) sale to be sold to the highest bidder, dp 4I
Snorst? In Tallahassee Florida, at 12 o'clock '
i1
We extend our deepest sympathy You haven't HEARD? Why she's NOON. October 24, 1944, the following ; HENDRY 1
a to a certain couple. After so many divorced described lands in HENDRY COUNTY:: ..1
getting S% of Section 1 and S% of Sec- I
,
" years'courting, there is a final break In the PAPER? Oh, no, I wouldn'tdo tion 11, Township 46 South; Range e COUNTY ;
'at last. Is it because variety is the THATI 31 East, containing 640 acres, moreor -

'Spice of life or are there greener promised I'd keep it under my hat THIS less.NOTICE is published in compliance -_' MOTORS I i
'"pickins'' in Moore Haven with tha"Sonny" t with Section 270.07, Florid ,
Well, 'bye now, dear, and a word Statutes 1941.

climate?,, of advice, The Trustees of the Internal Improvement ''' CLEWISTON, FLORIDA
I hope you'won't think I'm Fund reserve the right tc
not very
reject and all
any Ijlds.
QUOTATIONS AND FAVORITE
nice BY ORDER of the Trustees of the J
SAYINGS Internal Improvement Fund of the
But-your Now don't
Carolyn Bryant-''Well I'm head I'm choosey paper, say State of Spessard Florida., L. Holland, Governor. "How much discredit will''! get if I pay cash?" ...

cheerleader. But honestly, dear. it just Isn't Attest: .
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'''' Sherwood .Hall, .-, You dumb doo- NEWSY \
.. tJoo. I .'
'. Betty McD'tiffiW Mrs. At- VIVIAN BATMAN in the "Think ), ;

r, well I'm a busy woman.Betty ing Things Over" column In theo

t Stough-Thaf makes me s Niles, California, Township Register. -

: mad. I've gotta learn to spell. s
'
4 Doris Poole.-What I do now.

June Ellen Dunaway-Kid.
Land Sought F or-
Mr. Myers-You're late! Oppor

tunity! ,

:Miss Hull-Class! Come to or (Continued from Page 1)

der. 300 acres to be purchased without I1

Horace Brown-Atta-boy Mr. the necessity of advertising.The <

!yers. board unanimously agreedto

Jean Walker-Well I'll dtclare. delay action on the applications

Dorothy SealeY-Wha-a-at?? until Friday when Gov. SpessardL.
I
CaBle Davis-Dear Gussie!' Holland will be present.

Betty Sullivan-Hey darling.

Harriet Alston-Well my Lord. Sale of Driver
, Mary Louis
Thomas
-My cow.

myself Mamie Trice-I can' take care of Licenses Slow As : -1 1FIRST


Charles Benbow-Oh! my good- Deadline Nears

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ness.Mrs.
: Bjornson-We'll
take Sh'Ol.tt
a (Hendry County News)
bike today. (3 miles.)
A report yesterday by County i
Junior Wilcox-Are you jealous- ? Judge R. M. Harris shows that' only
Margie Allen-He's
cute. 1,025 driver licenses had been sold
., Richard Pape-Well I'll
swear.Congratulations up to that time and the deadline
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C. B. and M. W.! "'
"We are glad to see the old "lovers

quarrel" patched up. Love in full !i
loom is such a pretty thing. Don't Look to theFuture

you think so? in total volume of car and truck service in town after


.. The roses are for the most perfect town, in state after state, in every section of America. {.

' romance of the year which is J. M. ,

'and M. W. Well,
when J. hears nearly R. C.'s perfect name except FIRST in that deep-seated public confidence and preference


.. Tpelition-mentioned.J.? Can he be called com- which are expressed in the statement-"MO' PEOPLE

r' _
t GO TO CHEVROLET DEALERS FOR SERVICE THAN TOM'
t-
Why is it
, that. Richard never After The War '

tiances with anyone but Margie. ANY OTHER DEALER ORGANIZATION." !
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How .s
is your temperature from the You Will Want To : II I
"Play last i
,rJ '" Thursday? Cooled down a
) it? FIRST to introduce the famous wartime CAR AND TRUCK ,
Build A
HomeIt ,
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I \ 'Tigers Play; Avon Park Friday CONSERVATION PLANS to 'help "save the wheels that |

The Clewiston High School i
\ Tigers J '
journey to Avon Park for serve America"BUY !
the
ond game of the season next Friday sec- Will Pay You To i


eight night.'out Last of ten year games Avon and Park is won expected Buy Your Lots MORE BONDS SPEED THE VICTORY .,-;; -

to have a strong team this

year. The Tigers now have 26 NOWCLEWiSTON rd

Players on the squad, although they I t '. ..'> ;'

lack weight and experience.

ard expected Pape to make the trip are Those Rich- ,,' IIII ., ,{',', .- >, Grig.:: ztor and Outstanding; Leader of CAR CONSERVATION'
Dean
Holland.. Sammy ..--

Young, Raymond Trice, Melvin .
Tor- '- ,/ iI:0: f ", .
It'
bert
David Thomas, Frank Conk-
img, Byrl Ingraham, Jackie Redish.

.John Sims, Gene Mills, Charles

Miner'\Blount., Bruce Beardsley, Louis REALTY Christian Chevroet] COG

Leod, Uuss Horace Owens Brown Johnny, Gilbert Sullivan"Mc-, CORPORATION


'Curtis Pullen,... O. C. "Wilcox, Junior "" CLEWISTON :-: :-: :- : ':-: :-: FLORIDAn

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